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Hon'ble Manishi Pt.

Janardan Rai Nagar

Born on 16-06-1911 Passed Away on 15-08-1997

OUR BELOVED FOUNDER


We Feel very proud of you and your family have done to glorify the name of Rajasthan

Vidyapeeth throughout the country & elsewhere. You would always be a beacon of

guiding lights in our deeds and action we promise to do whatever we can to convert

your dreams into reality, we the members of the staff, the Ex-students and the present

student of the department would always remember you and be guided by your spirit.

Though you have left us your moto of hard work and dedication always be kept up

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HON'BLE CHANCELLOR'S MESSAGE

A
t the very onset, I am prompted to use a Martin Luther King, Jr.'s
quote:
CHANCELLOR'S MESSAGE

The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think


critically. Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of true education.
The educational sector with its multiple challenges requires professional
aptitude and competence to seek extensive successes in terms of imparting
education, opening new doors for the knowledge seekers and to make the
human resources more fruitful.
I hope Janardan Rai Nagar Rajasthan Vidyapeeth (Deemed) University will
denitely match the tuning of standards and needs in relation to educational
necessities of contemporary world. I gladly welcome our prospect
students to become talented, skilled and intellectuals rather the most
successful people in the world.

With my best wishes and compliments.

H.C. Parekh

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HON'BLE VICE CHANCELLOR'S MESSAGE

T he purpose of education is to replace an empty mind with an open one that is


why development of any nation can crop up only by providing of ample

VICE CHANCELLOR'S MESSAGE


education to the young generation. Post-independence era has undergone
considerable changes owing to rapid and incredible global advancement. The
revolutionary change in any eld can be transformed by the appropriate education,
which is skilled based, and knowledge enhancing.
I would like to quote Malcolm X, who said Education is our passport to the future,
for tomorrow belongs to the people who prepare for it today. An educational
institution can attain unimaginable and incredible heights of glory and
magnicence in academic excellence, by understanding that education is not
preparation for life, it is life itself.
In addition to creating productive brains for professional, communal and individual
success, Janardan Rai Nagar Rajasthan Vidyapeeth (Deemed) University commits
to build responsible citizens with highest ethics and social conduct, who can rightly
be termed as 'Karm-Yogis', we have also started skill based education for the youth,
so that they could become good entrepreneurs. I can proudly state that we are fully
equipped and motivated to handle this challenge and successfully doing so.
The University follows a curricular framework where all programmes are planned
under Choice Based Credit System and are multi-disciplinary. The JRNRVU
follows semester system based on comprehensive continuous Internal Assessment
as its essential component. This has been done with a view to prepare students to
compete in a hyper competitive global job market. Along with this, extra-curricular
activities are frequently organized to ensure holistic growth of the students.
I welcome all the students who chose to be a part of our University, I am sure that
you will feel proud on being associated with us and, I hope, you shall also make us
equally proud with your academic excellence.
With best wishes,
Col. Prof. S.S. Sarangdevot

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Index

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CENTRAL UNIT

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JANARDAN RAI NAGAR
RAJASTHAN VIDYAPEETH (DEEMED) UNIVERSITY
(Established under section 3 of the UGC Act, 1956 vide Notication
No. F.9-5/84-U-3 Dated 12 January 1987 of the Government India)

With the awakening of national consciousness in the early years of the last century, a few notable
efforts were made in British India to improve the system of education prevalent in India during that
time. Gujarat Vidyapeeth, started by Mahamatma Gandhi, aimed at preparing youth to serve and
uplift the rural masses; Shantiniketan tried to bring the cultures of the East and West into universal
harmony; Jamia Milia tried to educate the Muslims in leading with the needs of the main stream of
national wide and the Gurukul Change aimed at preserving the cultural heritage of the nation
keeping with the requirements of the modern age. Inspired by the same spirit Pandit Janardan Rai
Nagar established "Rajasthan Vidyapeeth" in 1937 to uplift the down-trodden common man in the
feudal state of Mewar. Started as Night Study Centre for the Elementary, Secondary and Advanced
Courses in Hindi, our national language, Rajasthan Vidyapeeth has grown into a large complex of
more than 50 institutions spread over several districts of Rajasthan.
Historically, Rajasthan has been a paradise for knowledge seekers, as it has a rich cultural
heritage in the form of manuscripts, historic documents, icons, photographs and monuments. Late
Manishi Pandit Janardan Rai Nagar's initiative and vision led him to start the Prachin Sahitya Shodh
Sansthan in 1941 to preserve, edit, translate and publish old manuscripts. Probably, it was a unique
Institute of its kind in Rajasthan, which was established for the conservation of cultural heritage.
After the historic event of the unication of Rajasthan, "Hindi Vidyapeeth' added new
dimensions to its basic objectives. It became a leading Non-Government Organization during the
course of its journey and the founder Pandit Janardan Rai Nagar renamed it as Rajasthan Vidyapeeth.
Early sixties proved to be the landmark in the history of Rajasthan Vidyapeeth when it decided to
meet the challenges, which started springing up after independence. The rst Prime Minister of India
had deep faith in democracy and he decided to spread the message of sharing responsibilities at the
grass-root level. As a result, the Panchayati Raj institutions came into existence. Rajasthan
Vidyapeeth also decided to join hands with the GOI to share this responsibility and established
Community Centers Department and Janata College during the Second Five-Year Plan. The
objective was to provide benets to the people of remote villages. It was the beginning of the full-
edged Institute of Adult & Continuing Education. During this period, Vidyapeeth started a new
unit, which is called JANPAD, with the objective of propagating the knowledge of day-to-day local
national affairs for the urban society through black-board / broadcast service mass communication
being the aim.
With the dawn of independence, there was a dire need to provide opportunities for higher
education to the underprivileged section of the society, especially in the Tribal belt. The Evening
College (Shramjeevi College) was the outcome of this idea. The basic objective of establishing the
Evening (Shramjeevi) College was to admit the students who worked during day-hours and wanted
to educate themselves for better job opportunities. During this period, Rajasthan was also emerging
as a potential state of Union Government of the India. Availability of trained professionals for
industry / business was the urgent need of the time.
Keeping this in view Vidyapeeth initiated a Postgraduate course in the discipline of Social Work
(MSW). Today, a large number of its alumni are working in various positions in Personnel and
Management eld throughout the country.
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A number of other institutes like Higher Secondary School, Secondary School, Post-basic
School and the Centre for Fine Arts were also started by Vidyapeeth to provide education to all
the section of society. The College of Teachers' Training was another major event on the path of
progress of Vidyapeeth during the seventies.
A special feature of Rajasthan Vidyapeeth administration is what we call the 'Janatantriaya
Shilanyas' (Democratic Foundation), i.e. its democratic way of life and work. Vidyapeeth is
organized and run entirely by its workers and its basic philosophy is to provide opportunity of
participation to each worker in the decision-making process through various constituent bodies.
The entire administration is divided into three-spheres or streams-social, educational and
general management administration. Each of the spheres has its own elected or nominated
leader and body for the management for its affairs.
The prestige enjoyed by it during all these years is reected in the fact that eminent
personalities like Late Shri Bhopal Singh Maharana of Mewar, Dr. Karan Singh of Kashmir,
Shriyut Srimannarian, Mahapandit Shri Rahul Sankrityanan, etc. have graced the chair of
Chancellor of Rajasthan Vidyapeeth. The eminent persons, who visited Vidyapeeth, include
Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru, Jai Prakash Narain, Vinoba Bhave, Mrs. Indira Gandhi, Dr.
Rajendra Prasad and Dr. Radha Krishnan. Col. Tod completed his historic book 'Annals and
Antiquities of Rajputana' during his stay in the campus of this Institution.
The year 1987 was the landmark in the history of Vidyapeeth when the Ministry of Human
Resource Development, Government of India and the University Grants Commission granted it
the status of a deemed-to-be-University. Since them a number of different types of courses,
including professional ones, for the benet of the society, have been launched. Its guiding
objectives have invariably been to provide research based qualitative education to community
through preservation and conservation of our socio-cultural values.
The institution is not only spreading its wings of education in the country itself but has also
entered into the area of international studies through academic exchange of its students and
faculty members to Slippery Rock University a prestigious University of USA. This is a step
forward to the academic excellence and towards providing opportunity to the students and
teachers of Rajasthan Vidyapeeth.

MISSION
The Mission of the University has been knowledge empowerment of youth, especially tribal
youth, for enhancement of the quality of their life. The specic missions of the University are
as under:
To provide professional and technological knowledge in the present scenario.
To ensure the active participation of the student in learning, discussions and eld-
workshops, training programmes, group discussions and eld-work etc.
To promote interaction within the community through projects in the urban, rural and
remote areas and also to reach them through mobile library.
To conserve and preserve the value of the past and interpreting it for purpose of
reconstructing history and understanding of the present.
To develop a democratic set up to run the administration known as Jan Tantra
Shilanyas.
Excellence in education through quality teaching linked with research and extension
activities.

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VISION
The Vision of the University is equitable knowledge empowerment of masses by blending
the modern means with conventional values, execution of problem oriented research leading to
policy interventions and extension services linked with quality improvement in life of the
deprived classes and marginalized group, especially tribal population.

Governance & Leadership


Organisational Structure

Chancellor

Vice
Chancellor

Dean Deans of
Registrar CoE Directors Principals
(Research) Faculties

HODs
F.O. E.O.

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DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE &
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY


Pratap Nagar, Udaipur 313003 Ph: 0294-2494217-227
Email: - dcsit.jrnrvu@gmail.com

The Department was founded in the year 1995 and is one of the earliest computer science & IT
department in the state. It has highly qualied faculty members in addition to some distinguished
visiting professionals of national repute. The department is offering various courses in terms of
UG, PG & Diploma programs like BCA, MCA [3 years as well as 2 years (lateral entry), AICTE
Approved], M.Sc. (CS), PGDCA, M.Phil. (CS).
It provides computer science education focusing on the basic requirements of the students
belonging to the rural and tribal areas, with also to provide excellent higher education to prepare
students for making their career in industry or to pursue advanced graduate or post graduate studies.
The department is committed to excellence in fundamental research as well as development of
innovative technologies for the future. It aspires to make the students conversant with the structure,
functions and architecture of computers to train them to apply this knowledge to business and
industry and to foster team spirit to produce IT professionals of international standards.

Vision
To provide excellent education in computer related elds with a vision to prepare students for
careers in industry or to pursue advanced graduate or post graduate studies. Also, to provide a
teaching environment that emphasizes depth originality and critical thinking.

Mission
To give opportunities to and uplift the students of Rural and Tribal areas of Southern
Rajasthan and push them into the main stream of IT era.

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Teaching Staff

S.no Name Designation Qualication


1 Dr. Manish Shrimali Director Ph.D., M. Tech (CS)

2 Dr. G.S. Rathore Professor Ph.D., M.A.

3 Dr. Bharat Singh Deora Asst. Prof. Ph.D. M.Phil. (CS)

4 Dr. Gaurav Garg Asst. Prof. Ph.D. M.Phil. (CS)

5 Dr. Dinesh Shrimali System Manager Ph.D., M.Phil. (CS)

6 Dr. Pradeep Singh Shaktawat Asst. Prof. Ph.D., M.Phil. (CS)

7 Dr. Chandresh Chhatlani Asst. Prof. Ph.D., M.Phil. (CS)

8 Dr. Lalit Salvi Asst. Prof. Ph.D., M.Phil. (CS)

9 Mr. Dilip Choudhary Asst. Prof. M.Phil. (CS), MCA

10 Ms. Pragya Joshi Asst. Prof. MCA

11 Mr. Pankaj Shrimali Lecturer M. Tech. (CS), M.Sc. (CS)

12 Dr. Shiv Menaria Lecturer Ph.D., MCA

13 Mr. Roshan Garg Lecturer M.Sc. (CS)

14 Ms. Sonam Kalsi Lecturer M.A. (Eng.)

18 Mr. Shadab Khan Project Ofcer MCA

Non - Teaching Staff


S.no Name Designation S.no Name Designation

1 Mr. B. S.Ranawat LDC 5 Mr. Kishan Singh Rao Librarian

2 Mr. B. L. Shrimali LDC 6 Mrs. Hasina Bano Book Lifter

3 Mr. Durga Shankar LDC 7 Mr. Manoj Yadav Lab. Assistant

4 Mr. Umar Farooq LDC

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PROGRAM AND ELIGIBILITY
Program Eligibility for Eligibility for No. of
General reserved Seats
category

Master of Philosophy Minimum 55% marks in Minimum 50% marks in


Masters degree in Masters degree in 10
M. Phil (CS) CS/IT/Applications CS/IT/Applications

Master of Computer
Application Minimum 50% marks in Minimum 45% marks in
60
graduation (any stream) graduation (any stream)
(3 Year Program)

Master of Computer Minimum 60% marks in Minimum 55% marks in


Application (Lateral BCA, B. Sc. (CS), B. Sc. BCA, B. Sc. (CS), B. Sc. As Per
Entry) (IT) (IT) Norms

Master of Science M. Sc.


(Computer Science Minimum 50% marks in Minimum 45% marks in
30*
graduation (any stream) graduation (any stream)
)

Master of Computer
Science Minimum 45% marks in
Minimum 50% marks in
PGDCA, A Level from 30*
(M. Sc. (CS)) (Lateral PGDCA
Recognized Institute
Entry)

Post Graduate Diploma


Minimum 45% marks in Minimum 45% marks in
in Computer Application 30*
graduation (any stream) graduation (any stream)
(PGDCA)

Minimum 45% marks in Minimum 40% marks in


Bachelor of Computer
XII Standard (any XII Standard (any 120*
Application BCA
stream) stream)

* seats may be increased or decreased.

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Courses and Fee Structure Details
Bachelor of Computer Application (BCA) - Three Year under graduate degree program which
comprises of six semesters with subject details and fee structure details given below.
I Year
Fundamentals of Computers & Information Technology, Programming in C, Communicative
English and Professional Ethics, Financial Accounting, PC Packages Lab., Internet and Web
Programming, Digital Computer Organization, Fundamentals of Mathematics, Information
Security, Environmental Studies (Non-Credit)
II Year
Database Management System, Object Oriented Programming with C ++, System Analysis and
Design, Data Communication and Networks, Java Programming, Visual Programming using .NET,
E-Commerce, Comprehensive Communication and Personality Development
III Year
Web Development Using PHP and MySQL, Operating System, Emerging Trends in Information
Technology, Software Engineering, Web Development Using PHP and MySQL, Project
Dissertation
Bachelor of Computer Application (BCA)
Category

Particulars I Year II Year III Year

Course Fee 20,000 25,000 30,000

Library Fee 300 300 300

Project Fee - - 3,000

Student Welfare Fund 1,200 1,200 1,200


Open

University Development Fund 800 800 800

Examination
2000 2000 2000
Fee(1000/Semester)

Enrollment Fee 700 - -

TOTAL 25,000 29,300 37,300

Course Fee 30,000 37,500 45,000

Library Fee 300 300 300

Project Fee - - 3,000

Student Welfare Fund 1,200 1,200 1,200

University Development Fund 800 800 800

Examination
2000 2000 2000
Foreign Students

Fee(1000/Semester)

Enrollment Fee 700 - -

TOTAL 35,000 41,800 52,300

* Enrollment and Examination Fee as per university norms.

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Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Application (PGDCA) - One Year diploma
course which comprises of two semesters with subject details and fee structure details given below.
I Year
Fundamental of Computers & Information Technology, Programming in C, Internet and Web
Programming, Communicative English and Professional Ethics, Financial Accounting, Database
Management System, Object Oriented Programming with C ++, Operating System, Major Project

Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Application


(PGDCA)
Category

Particulars I Year

Course Fee 17,000

Library Fee 300

Project Fee 3,000

Student Welfare Fund 1,200


Open

University Development Fund 800

Examination Fee(1250/Semester) 2,500

Enrollment Fee 700

TOTAL 25,500

Course Fee 25,500

Library Fee 300

Project Fee 3,000


Foreign Students

Student Welfare Fund 1,200

University Development Fund 800

Examination Fee((1250/Semester) 2,500

Enrollment Fee 700

TOTAL 34,000

* Enrollment and Examination Fee as per university norms.

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Master of Computer Application (MCA) - Three Year post graduate degree program
which comprises of six semesters with subject details and fee structure details given below.
I Year
Fundamental of Computers & Information Technology, Programming in C, Internet and Web
Programming, Communicative English and Professional Ethics, Financial Accounting, Database
Management System, Object Oriented Programming with C ++, Operating System, Information
Security, Fundamental of Mathematics, Minor Project
II Year
Java Programming, Data Structures, Software Engineering, Data Communication and
Networks, Computer Organization and Microprocessor, Open Source Operating System, Articial
Intelligence, Enterprise Resource Planning and E-Business, Data Mining and Data Warehouse,
Wireless and Mobile Communication, Web Development using PHP and MySQL, .NET
Technology and C#, Minor Project, Multimedia & Virtual Reality, Compiler Design, Minor Project
III Year
Computer Graphics, Advanced Database System, Embedded System, Parallel Computing,
Mobile Application Development using Android, Server Administration, Object Oriented Analysis
and Design, Digital Image Processing, Major Project

Master of Computer Application (MCA)


Category

Particulars I Year II Year III Year

Course Fee 36,000 36,000 36,000


Library Fee 300 300 300
Project Fee 2,000 2,000 5,000
Student Welfare Fund 1,200 1,200 1,200
Open

University Development Fund 800 800 800


Examination
3,000 3,000 3,000
Fee(1500/Semester)
Enrollment Fee 700 - -
TOTAL 44,000 43,300 46,300
Course Fee 54,000 54,000 54,000
Library Fee 300 300 300
Project Fee 2,000 2,000 5,000
Student Welfare Fund 1,200 1,200 1,200
Foreign Students

University Development Fund 800 800 800


Examination
3,000 3,000 3,000
Fee(1500/Semester)
Enrollment Fee 700 - -

TOTAL 62,000 61,300 64,300

* Enrollment and Examination Fee as per university norms.

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Master of Science (M. Sc. (Computer Science)) - Two Year post graduate degree
program which comprises of four semesters with subject details and fee structure details given
below.
I Year
Fundamental of Computers & Information Technology, Programming in C, Internet and Web
Programming, Communicative English and Professional Ethics, Financial Accounting, Database
Management System, Object Oriented Programming with C ++, Operating System, Information
Security Awareness, Fundamental of Mathematics, Minor Project
II Year
Java Programming, Data Structures, Software Engineering, Data Communication and
Networks, Computer Organization and Microprocessor, Open Source Operating System, Articial
Intelligence, Enterprise Resource Planning and E-Business, Data Mining and Data Warehouse,
Wireless and Mobile Communication, Web Development using PHP and MySQL, .NET
Technology and C#, Minor Project, Multimedia & Virtual Reality, Compiler Design, Major Project

Master of Computer Science M.Sc. (CS)


Category

Particulars I Year II Year

Course Fee 18,000 18,000


Library Fee 300 300
Project Fee 2,000 3,000
Student Welfare Fund 1,200 1,200
Open

University Development Fund 800 800


Examination Fee(1500/Semester) 3,000 3,000
Enrollment Fee 700 -

TOTAL 26,000 26,300


Course Fee 27,000 27,000
Library Fee 300 300
Project Fee 2,000 3,000
Foreign Students

Student Welfare Fund 1,200 1,200


University Development Fund 800 800
Examination Fee(1500/Semester) 3,000 3,000
Enrollment Fee 700 -

TOTAL 35,000 35,300

* Enrollment and Examination Fee as per university norms.

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Stern Warning
As per the Supreme Court Orders laid down for checking ragging in the Colleges, the following
actions will be taken on those students who indulge in ragging: -
That any student or students be expelled
F.I.R. will be registered against the defaulters.
That any student or students be, for a stated period, rusticated.
That any student or students be ned with a sum of rupees that may be specied.
That any student or students be debarred from taking a University or College Departmental
Examination or Examinations for one or more years.
That the result of the student or students concerned in the Examination or Examinations in
which he/she or they have appeared be cancelled.
Important Note: -
If any student is found indulging in ragging, it may be brought to the notice of following: -

Anti Ragging Committee


S.no Name Designation Contact
1 Dr. Manish Shrimali Chairperson 9887285752

2 Dr. Bharat Singh Deora Co-coordinator 9829588286

3 Dr. Gaurav Garg Member 9413319864

4 Mr. Bhawani Pal Singh Member 9829943205

5 Ms. Pragya Joshi Member 9001372787

6 Ms. Deepika Joshi Member MCA IV Semester

7 Mr. Ronak Bhatanagar Member MCA IV Semester

Other Committees:

Anti Sexual Harassment Committee


S.no Name Designation Contact
1
Dr. Manish Shrimali Chairperson 9887285752
2 Dr. Pradeep Singh
Member 9887575613
Shaktawat
3
Ms. Pragya Joshi Member 9001372787

4
Ms. Merlin T. Xavier Member MCA IV Semester

5
Mr. Ronak Bhatanagar Member MCA IV Semester

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Student Grievances Committee
S.no Name Designation Contact
1 Dr. Manish Shrimali Chairperson 9887285752

2 Dr. Bharat Singh Deora Co-coordinator 9829588286

3 Dr. Dinesh Shrimali Member 9829288669

4 Mr. Gauravdeep Chobisa Member MCA IV Semester

5 Ms. Sana Kausar Member MCA IV Semester

Online Student Grievances


we also have online facility for students to register their grievance directly to the chairperson of
the grievance committee on following link:
www.jrnrvu.edu.in/grievance/

Free ship and Scholarship Policy


Category

Free Ship
Program Percentage
(% of Course, Fee)

>= 90% 50%


>=80% < 90% 30%
BCA I Year >=70% < 80% 20%
>=60% < 70% 10%
Free Ship

>=50% 10% (Girls Only)


>= 90% 50%
>=80% < 90% 30%

MCA I year >=70% < 80% 20%


>=60% < 70% 10%
>=50% 10% (Girls Only)
Scholarship

All courses
BCA/ MCA/ M.Sc. Applicable as per state / central government norms.
(CS)

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Infrastructure Facilities
Smart Classroom:
The department consists of well-equipped & well-furnished smart classrooms which provides
the necessary tools for faculty members to incorporate a wide range of media in instruction, save the
annotation of the course content presentation, and to enrich student learning experience through
interactive discussions.

Computer Labs:
The department comprises of state - of- the- art well equipped labs for faculty as well as students
to learn and improve the programming skills and also to perform research in the various computer
elds such as:
Computer graphics, web technologies, building enterprise applications, databases, data mining,
networking, operating systems, Android, JAVA and LINUX
DCS & IT Consists of the best labs, there are two labs in the department with 150 terminals and
Internet facilities for the students and teachers. These labs are also equipped with teaching aids such
as LCD Projectors and Scanners. The College wants all its students to be conversant with modern
learning aids. The entire campus is Wi-Fi connected.

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Digital Lab:
In the digital lab, students learn the basics of hardware and it makes the students to:
Practice digital logic circuits
Assembling Hardware
Networking & Troubleshooting
Installation of various Operating Systems
Exploration of Hardware architecture

Business Communication Lab:


The lab is well equipped with multimedia systems and software for improvement of
communication skills and personality development as it is one of the basic needs not only in IT
industry but also everywhere.

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Library:
A library is the heart of an academic institution. Our institution encourages all students and staff
members to make the best use of the library that has been carefully built up since the inception of the
college. The Library is well-stocked and fully-computerized. It has various text and reference books
(Book volumes 12400, Book titles 1900) with 15 research journals and a wide range of audio - visual
materials including 1000 CD's to supplement to healthy learning environment covering almost all
aspects of Computer Science & IT. It regularly subscribes to about 08 Periodicals including different
types of newspapers such as Times of India, The Hindu, The Economic Times, Patrika, Bhaskar,
Navbharat Times Etc. The Library has a "Book Bank" facility which has consisting of core texts
books and which are issued to all students for the whole academic year.
Placement Cell:
The department consists of a Placement Cell for the students. The cell is organizing campus
interviews and arranging Placement, Project work, Industrial Training, Industrial visits for the
students.
Also, the cell arranges & conducts various seminars, conferences and symposium on emerging
trends to facilitate wider participation by the Industry, Business executives.
The cell is also promoting career counseling by conducting guidance lectures by senior
corporate personnel's.

Research
Good research is needed to develop a world class institute. The department publishes its own
referred & peer reviewed research journal (ISSN: 2277-9647) IJCANS - INTERNATIONAL
JOURNAL OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS and NATURAL SCIENCES to promote research in
the department.

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GLIMPSES

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GLIMPSES

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MEDIA & COVERAGE

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FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES (FMS)
Contact: 0294-2490632, 0294-3296232
E Mail : directorfms@gmail.com

Established in 1996, FMS is one of the constituent departments of the JRN Rajasthan Vidyapeeth
University, since then it is one of the most growing premier institutes in the eld of management
education, research, consultancy, management development and producing successful managers in
terms of national and international MBA. The FMS offers 2 years MBA programme , which is duly
approved by the AICTE. The FMS is well equipped with latest innovations in teaching and research.
The department owns a rich library with e-journals and Wi- Fi campus. Since then our students are
well placed in government, corporate and non-corporate sectors holding envious positions
throughout the country and abroad. Our students actively engaged in training and studies. Through
active industry academic interface, students are provided ample opportunities for practical industry
exposure. FMS is consistently engaged in moving ahead with a view to revamping and re-orienting
the faculty and department. The department is well recognized by the society for providing relevant
management education.FMS runs the following programme :-
Two year full time AICTE approved Master of Business Administration (MBA).
Two year full time Master of Human Resource Management (MHRM)
The department is also engaged in Management Research, Consultancy and Corporate
Training.It also runs The Business Clinic to help the local entrepreneurs to deal with local Business
and related problems.
Important Information
Particulars MBA
Date of Written Examination and GD & PI 11 th June 2017
Time of Written Examination 10:00 to 12:00 PM
Time of GD- PI 12:00 Onwards
Date of Display of nal merit list 12th June 2017
Last Date of Depositing Fee 19th June 2017
Induction 21st July 2017
Teaching Commencement 27th July 2017

Venue of written Examination and GD-PI


Faculty of Management Studies
Janardan Rai Nagar Rajasthan Vidyapeeth (Deemed) University , Pratap Nagar Campus, Airport
Road, Udaipur (Raj.)
Vision of FMS
To develop an educational system based on ethical values resulting in practical knowledge and
skills valued by industry and leading to employability in dynamic environment.
Mission of FMS
To offer Quality Education that enables students to meet the challenges and demands of a
complex competitive world, leading t o a successful life.

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The Campus
The University has earmarked a separate area for Faculty of Management Studies at its Pratap
Nagar campus. The total built up area of the Faulty premises is 2146 sq. mtrs. Which includes smart
class room and four class rooms, three tutorial halls, one girls common room, and four class rooms,
three tutorial halls, one girls common room, store room, eight faculty chambers, two ofce rooms,
director's chamber, placement room, seminar hall library hall and computer lab with an intake
capacity of 60 computers with internet connectivity for the use of the students, faculty and staff
members.

Computer Lab
Library and Reading Rooms
FMS has a rich library and reading room with exhaustive number of book and Journals, both
national and international management and related subjects. The FMS library is working from
morning 10.00 hrs to evening 17.00 hrs for the use of students, faculty and outsiders. The total area of
the library is about 350 sq. mtrs.
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Placement Cell
The training and placement cell invites companies and faculties from various areas to give pre-
placement presentation to students. These presentations are aimed at grooming the students for their
future responsibilities and enhancing their kills. The placement cell at FMS works closely with the
company that wishes to follow the nal placements. An effort is made to create a balance between the
students' expectations and the company requirements. The procedure for nal placement is very
simple. Interested students are asked to register and submit their CVs to Training and Placement Cell
which are then forwarded to the organizations No. student is allowed to contact directly the invited
companies for job. Once a student opts for a company, he/she is not allowed to withdraw the same.

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S. No. Name Designation Qualication
1 Prof. Anita Shukla Dean & Director Ph.D., M. Com.
2 Dr. Hina Khan Asst. Prof. Ph.D. ,M.Sc.(Gold Medalist), M.Com,
MIB,
3 Dr. Neeru Rathore Asst. Prof. MBA, M.Phil(ABST) Gold Medalist,
Ph.D
4 Dr. Shilpa Kanthalia Asst. Prof. Ph.D., MBA (Gold Medalist)
5 Mr. Bharat Sukhwal Asst. Prof. Ph.D.(Pursuing), M.SC.(CS) MBA, M.
Phil (CS)
6 Dr Vinnet Jain Asst. Prof. Ph.D.,
7 Mr Lalit Pipliwal Asst. Prof. Ph.D. (Pursuing),MBA, LLB
8 Ms. Prerna Bhati Asst. Prof. Ph.D. (Pursuing), MBA, NET
9 Ms Usha Chouhan Asst. Prof. Ph.D. (Pursuing), MHRM, NET

Non Teaching Staff:


S.No Name Designation
1 Mr B L Soni Accounts Ofcer
2 Mr Bhupesh Dixit UDC
3 Mr Ratan Lal Dangi UDC
4 Mr Mukesh Shrimali Librarian
5 Mr Shankar Lal Sharma Accounts Incharge
6 Ms Payal Doshi LDC( Library)
7 Mr Dal Chand Mali LDC
8 Mr Jodh Singh Ranawat LDC

Curriculum:
Programme Title: MASTER IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (MBA) CBCS (Choice
Based Credit System)
With effect from Academic year 2016-17, the university has revised the curriculum for MBA and
MHRM programme , which is now based on Choice Based Credit System and grading system. The
new curriculum addresses the expectations of stakeholders in more than one way. Keeping the view
in mind, some more specializations like Rural and Agri. Business Management and Family Business
Management have been introduced in the curriculum for the rst time. The decision to offer one or
all specializations would be decided by the institute depending on the minimum number of
enrolment for the specializations. The course commences with an induction programme covering
the fundamentals of management education and communication skills. The programme allows
students from business and non- business backgrounds to attain prociency in their knowledge base.
Programme Objectives: The students develop an outlook towards the functional areas of
management with an ability to critically analyse the various operational facts of an organisation. The
programme would enhance the following in students
To strive for excellence by instilling in our students the attitude to lead and change through the
ability of continuous learning
Develop business perspectives for analyzing contemporary business practices
Develop competencies for inquiring into business structure, culture and values existing in
Indian society
Develop sensitivity to business issues and their educational implications statistical ndings
Develop critical thinking skills and inculcate spirit of life-long learning

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The description of semester wise curriculum (approved by the university) is as follows:
SEMESTER- I
This semester lays the basic foundation for developing a primary framework for managerial
decision making and understanding an organization with respect to the internal and external
environment.
Course Code Generic Core Courses
MBA- 101 Principles and Practice of Management
MBA- 102 Accounting for Managers
MBA- 103 Managerial Economics
MBA- 104 Statistical Methods for Management
MBA- 105 Marketing Management
MBA- 106 Computer Applications in Management
MBA- 108 Indian Ethos and Values
MBA- 109 Case Analysis Of a Company :
Project Report Preparation Project Viva -Voce ( NTCC )
Generic Elective Courses
MBA -110 MS Ofce Lab
MBA- 111 Business, Government and Society
Ability Enhancement Course
MBA- 112 English Communication
Open Elective
MSW-103 Personality Development and Human Behavior
MCA-PG-13 Internet and Web Programming
MH- 103 Business Communication

SEMESTER- II
Course Code Generic Core Courses
MBA- 201 Organisational Behaviour
MBA- 202 Quantitative Techniques in Management
MBA- 203 Financial Management
MBA- 204 Production and Operations Management
MBA- 205 Research Methodology
MBA- 206 Human Resource Management
MBA- 207 Environment and Management
MBA- 208 Comparative Analysis of two companies of similar nature : Project Report Preparation
Project Viva-Voce (NTCC)
Generic Elective
MBA- 210 Statistical Software Lab
MBA- 211 MS Project Lab
Ability Enhancement Course
MBA- 211 Business Mathematics
Open Elective
MSW202 Administration of social Welfare Organization and Social Policy
MCA-PGD-21 Data Base Management System
MBA- 209 Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship and new venture planning

After completion of 2nd Semester examinations , students will undergo 8 weeks summer
training in any reputed organization.

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Course Code Generic Core Course
MBA- 301 Business Policy and Strategic Analysis
MBA- 302 Decision Support System and Management Information System
MBA- 303 Business Legislation
MBA-320 Industrial Training Project :
Report Preparation
Report Presentation Report Viva -Voce
SPECIALIZATION : I
SPECIALIZATION : I I
Subject Elective : I II
Subject Elective : I V

Specialization Course Code Subject Elective


Marketing MBA- 304 International Marketing (Major)
MBA- 305 Sales and Distribution Management (Minor)
Human Resource MBA- 306 Management of Industrial Relations(Major)
Mgmt
MBA- 307 Organisation Development (Minor)
Finance MBA- 308 Management of Financial Services(Major)
MBA-309 Security Analysis & Investment Management (Minor)

Retail MBA-310 Supply Chain Management (Major)


Management
MBA-311 Retail Management (Minor)
Information MBA-312 Security and Control Information System (Major)
Technology
MBA-313 Enterprise Resource Planning (Minor)
Production & MBA-314 Logistics Management (Major)
Operations Mngt.
MBA-315 Production Planning & Control (Minor)
International MBA-316 International Business (Major)
Business
MBA-317 International Business Theory and Practice (Minor)
Agri Business MBA- 318 Environment & Agri Business Management ( Major )
MBA - 319 Agriculture Marketing Trade and Price ( Min or )
Open Elective Course
MSW306 Gender Studies
MCA34 Data Communications and Networks
MH304 Training and Development

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SEMESTER- IV

Course Code Generic Core Course


MBA- 301 Corporate Evolution and Strategic Management
MBA-418 Major Project :
Project Report Preparation
Project Presentation
Viva-Voce
SPECIALIZATION : I
SPECIALIZATION : I I
Subject Elective : I II
Subject Elective : I V

Specialization Course Code Subject Elective


Marketing MBA- 402 Brand Management (Major)
MBA-403 Advertising Management (Minor)
Finance MBA- 404 Derivative Securities and Regulatory Framework ( Major)
MBA- 405 Project Planning, Analysis & Management (Minor)
Human Resource Mngt. MBA- 406 Compensation & Labour Welfare (Major)
MBA- 407 HRD: Approaches and Strategies (Minor)
Retail Management MBA- 408 Space & Brand Management (Major)
MBA-409 E-Commerce & E-Retailing (Minor)

Information MBA-410 Application Development Using Oracle (Major)


Technology
MBA-411 System Analysis and Design (Minor)
Production & MBA-412 Total Quality Management (Major)
Operations Mngt.
MBA-413 Material Management (Minor)
International Business MBA-414 International Business (Major)
MBA-415 Global Trade: Procedures & Documentation (Minor)
Agri Business MBA-416 Financial Management for Agri Business ( Major )
MBA-417 Food Process Management ( Minor )
Open Elective
MSW434 Management of Human Service organization
MCA42 ERP and E Business
MH404 Cross Cultural and Diversity Management

*Total Marks 100 (External 70 and Internal 30 )


* Internal 30 Marks would be divided as (for all four semesters)
1. MID Semester Examination:-15 Marks
2. Seminars/ Presentations/ Assignments/ Attendance:- 15 Marks
Dual specialization offered to the students of FMS. Students can take the minor subjects for dual
specialization after passing the IV semester exam.

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ADMISSION PROCEDURE FOR MBA:
Total Seats: - 60
Category 'A 'Open/ Merit (85%) : 51
Category 'B' Management / NRI/ Foreign (15%) : 09
The Chairman, Admission Committee at his discretion, may admit lesser number of students, if
deemed t, and also has the discretion to ll any number of these seats with open / merit category
candidates.
(i) Bachelor's Degree (from a recognized University) in any discipline, with at least 50%
marks in the aggregate, under 10+2+3 Scheme and 45% for SC/ST/OBC candidates.
(ii) A candidate who is appearing at the Final Year Bachelor's Degree Examination / whose
result of Final Year Bachelor's Degree Examination has not been declared, can also apply
subject to the condition that he / she will be required to submit the marks sheet of the
qualifying examination at the time of Personal Interview, failing which his / her
candidature shall ipso facto stand cancelled.
(iii) Reservation on SC / ST & OBC candidates will be given on the basis of direction of the
state government.
Selection process under this category comprises of the following :
(i) WRITTEN ENTRANCE TEST (Weightage : 200 marks) (02 hrs. Duration)
1. English Language
2. General Awareness (50 marks each)
3. Logical Reasoning Total 200 marks
4. Quantitative Aptitude
NOTE : Candidates having passed the CAT / MAT and other All India Management Entrance
Tests recognized by the University with a minimum of score will be eligible to seek exemption
from the written examination. Marks secured at such tests will be counted as marks secured at the
written test.
(ii) GROUP DISCUSSION (Weightage : 40 marks)
The GD measures the communication ability, social behaviour, leadership and persuasiveness of
the candidate.
(iii) PERSONAL INTERVIEW (Weightage : 60 marks)
The PI aims of measuring the aptitude, subject knowledge, business awareness, communication
and problem solving ability of the candidate. A committee consisting of experts will evaluate the
candidate's performance at the time of GD & PI. They will award marks separately and the average
will be taken as marks secured of 40 and 60 marks respectively.
(iv) ADDITIONAL WEIGHTAGE :
In addition to the above, the following Additional Weightage would be given to the deserving
candidates for their past academic record :
PAST ACADEMIC RECORD (Weightage : 25 marks)
In addition to the above, the following Additional Weightage would be given to the deserving
candidates for their past academic record :

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All applicants seeking admission to the Department will be sent the call letters for GD & PI.
Written test, GD & PI are three simultaneously placed stages of admission process, i.e. written test is
not a qualifying criterion for GD & PI.
For Category 'A' (Open / Merit)
Final selection will be based on the overall merit of the candidates i.e. a merit list will be prepared
on the basis of marks secured out of total 325 marks comprising different stages of the admission
procedure.
For Category 'B' (Management, NRI and Company sponsored Seats)
These students will be exempted from written entrance test.
All eligible candidates will be called for GD & PI and a separate merit list will be prepared on the
basis of marks secured by them in GD & PI and Past Academic Record as per procedure laid down
for Category 'A' candidates.
NOTE:-
1. Knowledge of computers, though not essential but is desirable.
2. If a candidate has received letter grades / grade points instead of marks, he / she should
submit a certicate from the Registrar of his / her University certifying equivalence of his
letter grades / grade points in terms of percentage of marks.
3. If the rst Bachelor's Degree is of a foreign University, the candidate should provide proof of
its recognition by the Government of India or any other authority appointed by the
Government for this purpose.
4. For a sponsored candidate, sponsorship of only a company registered as limited / private
limited company or by NRI, etc. will be considered.
5. NRI / Foreign candidates should produce their Passport, Student Visa on AIDS Certicate,
etc. at the time of GD & PI.
6. Any student pursuing any other course / undertaking full or part time employment shall ipso
facto become disqualied to continue the course.
7. 75% attendance in classes is the minimum requirement for appearing in the semester
examination.

FEE STRUCTURE
MBA
Category

Particulars I SEM II SEM III SEM IV SEM

Course Fee 22500 22500 22500 22500


Open/Merit

Student Welfare Fund 1500 1500 1500 1500


Research & Development Fund 500 500 500 500
TOTAL 24500 24500 24500 24500

Course Fee 35000 35000 35000 35000


Student Welfare Fund 1500 1500 1500 1500
University Development Fund 500 500 500 500
Students
Foreign

TOTAL 37000 3700 3700

Programme Title: M. Com(Human Resource Management)


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Programme Title: M. Com(Human Resource Management)
Programme Description: The Master of Commerce in Human Resource Management degree
(MHRM) is a two years' program designed to develop students from business and non-business
background to enhance Human Resource Management as well as Industrial Relation and various
Labor Laws to attain prociency in their knowledge base. The objective of the programme is to
provide students with necessary skills to identify and research complex issues in the eld of Human
Resource Management.
Programme Educational Objectives: The students develop an outlook towards the functional
areas of Human Resource Management with an ability to critically analysis the various operational
facts of an organization.
The programme would enhance the following in students
To strive for excellence by instilling in our students the attitude to lead and change through the
ability of continuous learning
Develop business perspectives for analyzing contemporary Human Resource practices
Develop competencies for inquiring into business structure, culture and values existing in
Indian society
Develop sensitivity to Human Resource issues and their educational implications.
Develop critical thinking skills and inculcate spirit of life-long learning of Human Resource
and Labor Laws.
SEMESTER- I

Course Code Generic Core Courses


MH 101 Principles & Practice of Management
MH 102 Quantitative Methods
MH 103 Business Communication
MH104 HRM Functions
MH 105 Industrial Relations
MH 106 Computer Applications in Management
MH 107 Case Analysis of a Company ( NTCC)
1. Project Report Preparation
2. Project Viva-Voce
Generic Elective
MBA -110 MS Ofce Lab
MBA- 111 Business, Government and Society
Ability Enhancement Course
MBA- 112 English Communication
Open Elective
MSW-103 Personality Development and Human Behavior
MCA-PG-13 Internet and Web Programming
MBA- 103 Managerial Economics

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SEMESTER- II
Course Code Generic Core Courses
MH 201 Human Resource Development

MH 202 Organizational Behavior


MH 203 Research Methodology
MH 204 Business Environment
MH 205 Business Policy & Strategic Analysis
MH 206 DSS & Management Information System
MH 207 Comparative Analysis of two companies of similar nature : Project Report Preparation
Project Viva-Voce
Generic Elective
MBA- 209 Statistical Software Lab
MBA- 210 MS Project Lab
Ability Enhancement Course
MBA- 211 Business Mathematics

Open Elective
MSW202 Administration of social Welfare Organization and Social Policy
MCA-PGD-21 Data Base Management System
MBA- 209 Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship and new venture planning

SEMESTER- III
Course Code Generic Core Courses
MH 301 Functional Areas of Management
MH 302 Labour Legislation
MH 303 Industrial Psychology
MH 304 Training and Development
MH 305 Compensation & Labour Welfare
MH 306 Industrial Training Project: (NTCC)
1. Report Preparation 2. Report Presentation
3. Report Viva -Voce
Open Elective
MSW306 Gender Studies
MCA34 Data Communications and Networks
MBA-317 International Business

SEMESTER- IV
Course Generic Core Courses
Code
MH 401 Organization Development
MH 402 Counselling Skills for Managers
MH 403 Advanced techniques for training & development
MH404 Cross Cultural and Diversity Management

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Course Generic Core Courses
Code
MH405 Corporate Governance , Ethics and Social Responsibility
MH 406 Grand Project:( NTCC)
1. Report Preparation
2. Report Presentation
3. Report Viva-Voce
Open Elective
MSW325 Gender Issues and Women
Empowerment
MCA42 ERP and E Business
MBA-403 Advertising Management

SEMESTER- V
FEE STRUCTURE
MHRM
Category

Particulars I SEM II SEM III SEM IV SEM

Course Fee 9000 9000 9000 9000


Open/Merit

Student Welfare Fund 1500 1500 1500 1500


Research & Development
500 500 500 500
Fund
TOTAL 11000 11000 11000 11000
Course Fee 14000 14000 14000 14000
Student Welfare Fund 1500 1500 1500 1500
Research & Development
500 500 500 500
Fund
Students
Foreign

TOTAL 16500 16500 16500 16500

ACADEMIC AND EVENT CALENDAR


Commencement of New Academic Session 20th July, 2017
Induction Programme 21st July, 2017
Teaching Commencement for 1 st Semester 27th July, 2017
Foundation Classes 27th July, 2017 to 5 th August, 2017
Mid Semester Exam 18th Sept 27th Sept , 2017
First/Third Semester Exam 3rd Oct 7th Oct, 2017
Winter Break Last week of December, 2018
nd th
Teaching Commencement of 2 & 4 Semester 2nd January, 2018
Industrial Visit Last week of January, 2018
Cultural and Sports Activities Second Week of February, 2018
Mid Semester Exam Second Week of March, 2018
International Conference 1st week of April, 2018
Second/Fourth Semester Exam Second week of May,2018
Summer Training 1st June,2018 onwards
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GLIMPSES

MBA Student Ms Ranjita Siyal was selected for


Workshop on Women Empowerment
Mrs. India Worldwide Pageant 2016

Dr. Ashutosh Pandya Health Care Activity Dr. Guneet Monga Yoga Expert

Yoga Session Ms. Anshul Kothari delivered Extension Lecture

River Rafting Extension lecture on PD by Mr Madhukar Dubey

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GLIMPSES

MBA Student Ms Ranjita Siyal was selected for


Mrs. India Worldwide Pageant 2016 Culture Programme :

Culture Programme

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Udaipur School of Social Work Pratap Nagar- Udaipur
Year of establishment: 1959
Phone Number: 0294-2491809/2492838
Email:usswjrnrvu@yahoo.co.in

Introduction
The School being one of the premier Social Work institutions in India and First one in Rajasthan,
it has been instrumental in enabling the upliftment of tribal people in the TSP area through its
outreach and extension activities. It has contributed in the monitoring and evaluation of
development and welfare programmes of Central and State Govt. and the quality of delivery of
services through training and professional involvement. The School established Sukhadia Memorial
Development Chair to provide a platform for review and exchange of views between Policy makers,
Administrators, Development and Welfare functionaries, academia and NGOs, etc.
The School was awarded special assistance from UGC for strengthening and consolidating its
tribal developmental. The School has been able to bring out a number of publications. The School is
pioneer to increase management input into its syllabi considering the requirements of
developmental sectors and added one of the specializations in Developmental Management. The
School has been appointed as Nodal Centre for Family Counseling Centers in Rajasthan and that of
Child Line Udaipur. It is providing regular consultancy to various industrial as well as development
organizations. It gives training to counselors related to Blood Bank and Family Counseling Centers.
A magazine of national repute 'OUTLOOK' has ranked the institute 9th position in overall
National ranking of best social work institutions in India in 2016.
Mission
To develop Professionals with Excellence and Human Sensitivity, who not only believe in
serving human beings in distress but also help them to build their capacities to cope up with their
problems and to lead a contended and qualitative life.
Objectives
To impart social work knowledge, develop skills and positive professional attitude among the
students.
To inculcate Social Work Values among our products to prepare them to serve as qualied and
capable administrators and change agents.
To develop capabilities and human sensitivity among the students to enable them to serve the
community and organizations in effective and humane manner.
To provide a laboratory for 'hands on practice' to enable them to serve the society.
To expose and sensitize students to social realities.

Teaching and Training


The two year (Four Semester) Postgraduate programme in Social Work is conducted through
class room lectures, tutorials, seminars, as well as eld instruction and practice. It aims at preparing
student to take up practice of Social Work in a number of settings. The programme provides for
general preparation based on the underlying unity and identity of purpose in many elds and is of a
generic pattern in the rst two Semesters. In the third and fourth Semesters, in view of the need for

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specialized knowledge and up-to-date and complete information in some of the important elds,
special elective courses are offered as per student's choice based on merit and regulations of the
School.
Medium of Instruction
The medium of instruction in the School is English and Hindi. Since most of the books on Social
Work are in English, students are expected to have prociency in English.
Rajasthan being predominantly a Hindi speaking area, working knowledge of Hindi is essential
in order to communicate with people in the eld practices. The students have the option to appear at
the university examination either in English or Hindi.
Employment Opportunities
There is a wide spectrum of employment opportunities available after the completion of the
course. In industrial sector and other such establishments, those who specialize in Human Resource
Management, may be absorbed as Labour Welfare Ofcers, Labour Ofcers, Personnel Ofcers etc.
The M. A. Social Work from the School is recognized by the Central and most of the State
Governments for the appointment of Welfare Ofcers under the Factories Act, 1948. In other elds
also, its graduates nd employment in the elds of Family and Child Welfare; Social Welfare;
Correctional Administration; Integrated Child Development Schemes; Institutional care for socially
or physically Handicapped etc.
Names of programs offered by Udaipur School of Social Work
(i) Ph.D. (Social Work)
(ii) M.A ( Social Work)- Two years full Time Course
(iii) P.G. Diploma on NGO Management- One year course
(iv) P.G. Diploma in Human Resource Management- One year course
(v) P.G. Diploma in Rural Development- One year course
(vi) P.G. Diploma in Corporate Social Responsibility- One year course

Name of the Courses Basic qualify Mode of Number of Course Areas of


at the Entry Admission seats duration specialization
Level
M.A. Social Work Graduation Merit and 75 2 Years. 1.Human
with 40% Interview (Four Resource
marks Semesters) Management,
2.Development
Management
Post Graduate Graduation Merit 50 1 year, Human
Diploma in Human with 40% Annual Resource
Resource marks Exams. Management
Management
Post Graduate Graduation Merit 40 1 year, NGO
Diploma in NGO with 40% Annual Management
Management marks Exams.
Post Graduate Graduation Merit 40 1 year, Rural
Diploma in Rural with 40% Annual Development
Development marks Exams.

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Name of the Courses Basic qualify Mode of Number of Course Areas of
at the Entry Admission seats duration specialization
Level
Post Graduate Graduation Merit 40 1 year, Corporate Social
Diploma in Corporate with 40% Annual Responsibility
Social Responsibility marks Exams.
Ph. D. in Social Work M.A. Social Written Test According to According to -
Work with with UGC UGC
minimum Interview Regulation Regulation
55% marks on Minimum on Minimum
standard and standard and
Procedure for Procedure for
Award of Award of
Ph.D. Ph.D.

Examination System: Choice Based Credit System:


Course Contents:
In the rst and second semesters, the courses are common to all. In the third and fourth semesters,
other than compulsory courses, there are elective courses offered on the basis of the choice of the
students subject to the merit of the student and rules and regulations of the School.

Program Structure 2017-19


M.A. Social Work, Part I
Semester I
Course Max
Code Course Title Course Type L T P C Marks
U
MSW101 Introduction to Social Work Core Course 3 1 4 100
MSW102 Indian Society and social structure Core Course 3 1 4 100
MSW103 Personality Development and Core Course 3 1 4 100
Human Behavior
MSW104 Social Case Work Core Course 3 1 4 100
MSW105 Social Group Work Core Course 3 1 4 100
MSW106 Concurrent Field Work Field Work 10 5 100
MSW 107 Rural Camp NTCC 2 2 50
Total Credit 27 650

M.A. Social Work, Part I


Semester II
Course Max
Code Course Title Course Type L T P CU Marks
MSW201 Community Organization & Core Course 3 1 4 100
Community Development
MSW202 Administration of social Welfare Core Course 3 1 4 100
organization and Social Policy
MSW203 Social Action & Human Rights Core Course 3 1 4 100
MSW204 Research Methods in Social Work Core Course 3 1 4 100

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Course Max
Code Course Title Course Type L T P CU Marks
MSW205 Social Statistics Core Course 3 1 4 100
MSW206 Concurrent Field Work Field Work 10 5 100
(Select Any One- Ability Enhancement Course)
MSW207 English Communication Ability 2 2 50
Enhancement
Course
MSW208 Entrepreneurship Ability 2 2 50
Enhancement
Course
Total Credit 27 700

M.A. Social Work, Part II


Program Structure 2017-19
Max
Course Course Title Course Type L T P CU Marks
Code
MSW301 Social Problems and Social Core Course 3 1 4 100
Disorganization
MSW302 Social Legislation and Social Core Course 3 1 4 100
Development
MSW303 Organizational Management Core Course 3 1 4 100
MSW304 Concurrent Field Work Field Work 1 5 100
0
MSW305 Computer & Internet Ability Enhancement 1 1 2 50
Course
MSW306 Gender Studies Ability Enhancement 2 2 50
Course
Specialized Elective Courses - Any one group out of the following :
Specialized Elective Courses - HRM
MSW314 Establishment and Industrial Elective HRM - 3 1 4 100
Relation Legislation Course 1
MSW315 Industrial Relations Elective HRM 3 1 4 100
Course 2
Specialized Elective Courses - Family & Child Welfare :
MSW324 Legislation Related To Women Elective-FCW 3 1 4 100
Course 3
MSW325 Gender Issues and Women Elective FCW 3 1 4 100
Empowerment Course 4
Specialized Elective Courses - Development Management
MSW334 Development Issues: Elective Course 3 1 4 100
Introduction and Structural Course 5
Impediments
MSW335 Social Advocacy and Elective Course 3 1 4 100
Networking Course 6
Total Credits 29 700

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Open Elective Courses - Any one group out of the following :
(Note: This two courses are open to all other students of the department of
JRN Rajasthan Vidyapeeth (D) University )
MSW 307 Community Development Open Elective Course 1 1 - 1 2

MSW 308 Life Skill Development Open Elective Course 2 1 - 1 2

M.A. Social Work, Part II


Program Structure 2017-19
Semester IV
Course Max
Code Course Title Course Type L T P CU Marks
MSW401 Training & Development Core Course 3 1 4 100
MSW402 Project Planning &Development Core Course 3 1 4 100
MSW403 Concurrent Field Work Field Work 10 5 100
MSW404 Research Project (Dissertation) Dissertation 5 200
Specialized Elective Courses - Any one group out of the following :
Specialized Elective Courses - HRM
MSW413 Introduction to Human Resources Elective Course 1 3 1 4 100
Management
MSW414 Employee Welfare and Trade Elective Course 2 3 1 4 100
Unions
MSW415 Social Security & Wage Legislation Elective Course 3 3 1 4 100
Specialized Elective Courses - Family & Child Welfare :
MSW423 Personal Laws in India Elective Course 4 3 1 4 100
MSW424 Child Welfare and Development Elective Course 5 3 1 4 100
MSW425 Family Life Education & Elective Course 6 3 1 4 100
Counseling
Specialized Elective Courses - Development Management
MSW433 Development Paradigms: Elective Course 7 3 1 4 100
Participatory and Humanitarian
Matrix
MSW434 Management of Human Service Elective Course 8 3 1 4 100
Organization
MSW435 Development Support Systems Elective Course 9 3 1 4 100
Total Credits 30 800

Sessional Marks @ 30 marks per course (01 to 05) awarded internally through presentation,
terminal test/s and attendance in every semester. One credit is assigned for internal exams.
Choice of Specialization
The option to choose specialization (Special Courses) in M. A. Social Work Semesters III & IV
will be governed by the following conditions:-
01. The consideration of the preference of a student for specialization will be based upon the
merit of the student in the M. A. Social work Semester I and II examinations.

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02. The maximum number of seats available in each specialization shall not exceed 60 percent
of the total seats of the M. A. Social work Semester III and IV.
03. For running any specialization, a minimum number of 10 students will be essentially
required.
Evaluation Scheme
The department has adopted Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) according to the guidelines of
University Grants Commission, New Delhi.
Rules for Field Work, Dissertation
A student failing in the examination in any one of the three i.e. theory, eld work or research
and clearly passing in the remaining two subject to the condition that none of his theory
papers is due, shall be covered as per one of the clauses, whichever is applicable given below:
A student passing in theory but failing in eld work will in future in the same semester
complete the eld work and all its requirements by seeking admission as a regular student
with prior permission of the University and also paying one third of the total college fee and
full examination fee. He will not be required to reappear in the theory examination again and
marks obtained by hi earlier shall be considered.
A student passing in eld work and failing in theory shall be allowed, with prior permission of
the University and paying University examination fee appear in the theory examination as an
ex-student.
A student passing in theory and eld work but failing in research project, shall be allowed
with prior permission of the university and paying university examination fee, by seeking
admission in the third semester and appear in the examination of the fourth semester by
completing the research project work.
Attendance
In a professional course like Social Work, maximum emphasis is laid on responsibility and
regularity in work and good conduct and exemplary behavior by the students. The students must
have a minimum of 75 percent attendance in theory classes failing which they classes failing which
they may not be allowed to appear in the University examinations. In each course, 5 marks have been
allotted for attendance.
Research
Towards the beginning of the Semester II, each student will have to prepare the design and tools
for conducting an individual/group research project for which data will have to be collected during
the summer vacations and the writing up of the research project shall be completed in Semester III
and Semester IV, the Final and typed draft of the thesis will be submitted in duplicate by the student.
The Director of Research issues necessary guidelines regarding research which will have to be
strictly followed by the students.
The thesis shall be type-written and submitted in duplicate so as to reach the ofce of the
Registrar three weeks before the commencement of theory examinations. The thesis and Viva-Voce
will carry 200 marks.
Block Placement
After the Semester IV University examinations are over, the students have to do a two-month
practical training (Block Placement) in an appropriate agency under suitable guidance. It is

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important that they complete this training and send the required report etc. at the earliest. It is only on
the satisfactory completion of this training and submission of certicates, diaries etc., the University
will award the degree. The School will not issue mark-sheet, completion certicate, reference and
recommendation letters before completion of Block Placement.
NSS
The National Service Scheme Programme will be undertaken by the students of M. A. Part I and II.
Games and Sports
The School also provides facilities for games like Table Tennis, Badminton, Volley-ball etc. The
School also organizes inter-class game competitions and participates in Inter-college Tournaments
organized by the University. The Annual Sports meet is also organized by the School.
Forum for Social Workers
Since the students of Social Work will have to play a role in the development of their profession,
all the students will be members of the Forum for Social Workers. The ofce bearers of the Forum
will consist of six members, three from Part II and three from Part I selected in the order of merit. The
Forum will lead the students in all professional, curricular, extra-curricular and other student
activities; and will represent the students at the University and other Forums.
The Udaipur School of Social Work Alumni Society
The society was formed on Feb,17,2001 with a grand Alumni Meer It was formally registered on
April 26,2002 )Reg.No.85/Udaipur) (2002-2003) with the main objective of strengthening the
profession and institution through student welfare/development and job placement.
Placement Cell
The School has a placement cell which offers counseling and guidance to students for their two
month whole time block training placement and also nding suitable jobs for employment.
Hostel
Male students can stay in the Hostel located in the School Campus in Pratapnagar. Since seats are
limited, the Institution reserves the right to admission. The School is located 6 Kilometers, away
from the city and the bus services are neither regular nor convenient, all the students both hostellers
and day scholars are expected to have a Two-Wheeler vehicle. This will be helpful for both
individual and group visits for eld work, for eld trips to villages, institutions, factories and for
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ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS & PROCEDURE
Note: Maximum number of seats available is 75.

Admission Requirements
(A) Academic: Candidates possessing Bachelor's degree (with 10+2+3 Scheme) in Arts,
Science or Commerce with 50 percent marks are eligible to apply. The Students appearing
in the nal year T.D.C. Exam. may also apply, submitting their I and II year T.D.C.
examination results (marksheets), subject to the condition that even after declaration of
their third year result, the overall marks scored by them shall not be less than 50 percent
and they shall submit their third year mark sheet up to the specied date.
(B) Reservation: Reservations are available to SC, ST and OBC (other than creamy layer) and
others as per the Govt. of Rajasthan Rules.
IMPORTANT
For candidates seeking reservation under OBC Category, it should be specically mentioned in
their caste certicate that they do not belong to creamy layer.
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(C) Personal Qualities: Social Work demands he best in character, regularity, maturity and
physical tness. Above all, it is important that the intending social worker must have a
genuine interest in people, welfare and developmental programmes.
(D) All admissions shall be regulated as per the admission rules of the University.
PROCEDURE FOR ADMISSION
(a) Submission of Application
Application for admission must be in the prescribed from which can be obtained from the
School ofce with the Information Bulletin on payment of Rs. 500/- (If by post Rs. 550/- by account
payee Bank Demand Draft drawn in favour of The Principal, Udaipur School of Social Work,
Udaipur. Filled in application form must be accompanied by:
1. Registration Fee of Rs. 350/- This amount may be remitted by account payee Bank
Demand Draft which must be crossed and drawn in favour of the Principal, Udaipur
School of Social Work, Udaipur. Those who personally submit the application at Ofce
may deposit Rs. 300/- in cash. The registration fee and form fee are non refundable.
2. Two attested copies of the mark-sheets of the degree or equivalent qualifying examination
passed. Those who are awaiting the Final Year result should give I and II year marks which
should be 50 percent and above.
3. Two attested copies each of the Secondary & senior Secondary School examination
certicate.
4. Attested copes or originals of two recent testimonials regarding the candidate's character
and ability, from responsible persons who have known him/her intimately. One of these
must be from the Head of the Institution last attended by the candidate.
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6. In addition to the above, a candidate may also attach attested copies of documents
testifying to his/her prociency in extra-curricular activities, social service etc.
Migration Certicate
Candidates, admitted from other than the Janardan Rai Nagar Rajasthan Vidyapeeth (Deemed
University) are required to produce migration certicate of the University from which they have
migrated and originals of degree, Sr. Secondary, Secondary certicates and mark sheets.
Applications that do not contain the registration fee and documents listed above, or are otherwise
faculty or incomplete, shall be rejected.
Any change of address must be communicated to the School immediately.
Registration
Every application that appears to be in order will be registered in the order of their receipt in the
School ofce. Those who wish to obtain the Registration Number and acknowledgement of the
application form should attach self addressed and duly stamped envelope. In all future
correspondence regarding the candidature, candidate must quote the Registration Number.
Selection Procedure
The selection for admission to M. A. Social Work Part I will be determined on the basis of the
merit of marks obtained in the entrance examination and the weightage given on the marks obtained
in X, XII and Bachelor's Degree in the manner given as follows:-
Bachelor's Degree - 40%
XIIth - 20%
Xth - 20%
Personal Interview - 20%
Total - 100
Information of Admission
A list of the admitted candidates will be placed on the Notice Board of the School. They will also
be informed individually by post or Telephone but the School will not be responsible for any postal
delay or non receipt of the information. Therefore, the candidates seeking admission are advised to
see the Notice Board personally or keep in touch with the ofce.
Fee Remittance
The candidates admitted shall be required to deposit the prescribed fees up to the notied date,
failing which their admission shall stand automatically cancelled and the seat will be offered to the
next candidate who is in the merit list. No relaxation shall be granted in this regard.
Enrolment and Withdrawal
Admitted candidates will be enrolled on their paying the prescribed fees within the stipulated
time. All enrolments will be treated as provisional until the School Ofce has satised itself that
enrolment conforms to the University Regulations. If a student after his admission to M. A. Social
Work Part I leaves the College, he/she shall not be refunded any fee wholly or partially, deposited by
him/her.
Academic Session
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beginning from the rst week of July to December. The second/fourth Semester will commence
from January to April.
FEE Structure
Form Fees : 500 Registration Fees : 300
Admission Fees : 1000 Course Fees : 20,000/- per semester
Note: 01. University, Eligibility, Enrolment and Examination Fee shall be as prescribed by the
University.
02. Scale of Fees is subject to Revision without any Notice.
All fees and deposits, except the University examination fee, will have to be paid at the time of
admission. The University Examination fee will be collected on receiving the notication from the
University. Eligibility/Enrolment fee is payable by the candidates migrating from Universities other
than the Janardan Rai Nagar Rajasthan Vidyapeeth (Deemed University).
The students admitted to M. A. Part-I and Part-II classes must pay fees and attend classes right
from the First day of the session. Those who fail to pay fees or attend classes on reopening day will be
ned Rs. 25/- for the rst day and Rs. 10/- for each day of absence. Students will not be admitted in
any class without payment of all fees. After unauthorized absence for two weeks, student's name will
be struck off the rolls.
Living Expenses
Living expenses in Udaipur for an academic year of ten months will come to about Rs. 60,000 on
the basis of an average expenditure of Rs. 5000 per month. In the nal year each student will need to
spend an additional amount of Rs. 1500/- or so for the tying and binding of his/her thesis. Campus
Placement, Study tour, Picnic and etc. when arranged will be at the student's expenses.
Parental Obligation
The parents/guardian will have to certify that they will be responsible for the discipline and good
conduct of their wards in the School/Hostel/Town and will be in a position to support them
nancially. They should remain in touch with the Principal regarding the progress of their wards.
Award
(i) Best Social Worker award
(ii) Most regular Student award
(iii) NSS : Best Volunteer award
Scholarship
The school does not provide any nancial assistance to the scholars. However, the students are
eligible for the Government of India and Government of Rajasthan Scholarships, which are
available to various categories of students.
Library
The School Library has about 14,000 books and a large number of journals, reports and other
documents. The collection represents a very useful and complete working library for staff and
students. About 50 important Journals and Periodicals in Social Work as well as related elds are
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FIELD WORK AGENCIES/PLACEMENT SETTINGS
1. Agencies and Institutions for Physically Handicapped in Udaipur.
2. Joint Labour Commissioner's Ofce, Udaipur.
3. Central Jail, Udaipur.
4. City Slums and Kachhi Basties.
5. Dariba Mines, Hindustan Zinc Ltd. Udaipur.
6. Maharana Bhopal Hospital, Udaipur.
7. Institutions and Agencies for Socially Handicapped.
8. Institutions and Social Welfare Agencies for Children in Udaipur.
9. Mahila Mandal, Udaipur.
10. Perfect Threads (India) Ltd. Amberi, Udaipur.
11. Rajasthan State Mines & Minerals Ltd. Jhamar Kotra, Mines.
12. Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation Ltd. Udaipur.
13. Ajmer Vidyut Vitran Nigam, Udaipur.
14. Reliance Chemotex Ind. Village Kanpur, Udaipur.
15. R.N.T. Medical College, Udaipur.
16. Social Welfare Department, Udaipur.
17. United Spririt Limited (McDowell), Udaipur.
18. Zawar Mines, Hindustan Zinc Ltd. Zawar, Udaipur.
19. Zinc Smelter, Hindustan Zinc Ltd. Debari, Udaipur.
20. Astha Sansthan, Udaipur.
21. Rural Community Centres of JRN Rajasthan Vidyapeeth, Girwa Tehsil, Udaipur.
22. Narayan Seva Sansthan, Hiran Magri, Sector No. 4, Udaipur.
23. Family Counselling Centre, Nari Chetna Samiti, Udaipur.
24. Family Counselling Centre, S.S.N., Prabandh Samiti, Udaipur.
25. Family Court, Udaipur.
26. Schools-Government and Private.
27. Seva Mandir, Udaipur.
28. Child Line, Udaipur.
29. Help Age India, Udaipur.
30. Nandi Foundation.
31. Liberty Phosphate.
32. Geetanjali Medical College & Hospitals.
33. Jan-Jagran Vikas Samiti, Bedla, Udaipur.
34. Astitva Sansthan.
35. Action for Community Empowerment (ACE)
36. Associated Soap Stone Distributing Co. Ltd. (Golcha Group).
37. Pyrotech Ltd.
38. Lipi Data Systems Ltd.
39. Badlav Sansthan, Udaipur.
40. Vishakha
41. People Union for Civil Liberties
42. Child Fund India.
43. Alert, Udaipur
44. Hanuman Van Vikas Samiti, Sakroda
45. J. K. Tyres Ltd. Kankroli.
46. Nice Foundation (School Health Project), Udaipur.

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Faculty prole with name, qualication, area of specialization, experience and research under
guidance
Name of the Teacher Qualication Designation Specialization
Prof. Manju Mandot MSW, MBA, Principal HRM, Women Empowerment,
M.Tech, Ph.D Community Organization,
Computer Image Processing,
Data Base Management System
Dr. Veen a Dwivedi MA (SW), Ph. D. Asst. Prof., P.O. N.S.S Family & Child Welfare
Coordinator Research
Dr. Avnish Nagar MA (SW), M. Phil. Asst. Prof., Coordinator Urban & Rural Community
NET, Ph.D. Field Work and Director Development
Child line Project
Dr. Naval Singh MA (SW), Ph.D, Asst. Prof., Hostel Human Resource Management
NET Warden
Dr. Lala Ram jat MSW, MA Asst. Prof., Human Rights, Law
(Sociology), Ph.D.,
Net, LLB,PGDLL
Dr. Sunil Choudhary MA (SW), NET, Asst.Prof. and Development
Ph.D Placement Coordinator Management/HRM

List of Senior Visiting Fellows, adjunct Faculty, emeritus professes:


(i) Prof. K.K. Jacab- Professor Emeritus and Ex. Principal USSW
(ii) Prof. R.R Singh- Ex. Faculty of USSW and Ex. Director Tata Institute Mumbai
(iii) Prof. Rajbhanti- Ex. Pricipal USSW
(iv) Prof. R.B.S. Verma.- Ex Pricipal USSW, HOD Department of Social Work Lukhnow
(v) Prof. Anandi Ben Patel, Department of Social Work Gujrat Ahmdabad
(vi) Prof. Ankur Saxena, Faculty of Social Work, Badoda School of Social Work
(Vii) Prof. K.K. Singh,(Ex. Joint Director) National Institute of Public Corporation & Child
Development,
Job oriented diploma courses
POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
(PGDHRM)
The Udaipur school of social Work, the constituent unit of Janaradan Rai Nagar Rajasthan
Vidyapeeth, was established in 1959. It offers M.A. in Social Work and Ph.D Program since 1996, It
also offers a post graduate diploma in Human Resource Management .
The PGDHRm Program aims at developing young enlightened and far sighted executives who
would respond to the emerging global and national economic scenario. It aims to impart professional
education and training in the eld of Human Resource management.
Number of seats: 45
Eligibility : Candidate having bachelor's degree from a recognized university in
any discipline with at least 40% marks in aggregate are eligible for
admission.
Duration : One Year

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Teaching Hours : 8 AM to 10.15 AM in this duration there will be three lecture session
of 45 minutes.
Venue : Udaipur School of Social Work
Medium of Instruction : English/Hindi
Courses Title Marks
Human Resource Management - I 100
Industrial Relation 100
Labour Welfare & Trade Union Movement 100
Human Resource Management II 100
Training and Development 100
The student will be required to undergo a one moth whole time training placement in a leading
Industrial organization approved by the institute for the purpose. The student will be required to
submit a detailed report of the work done.
Minimum Pass Marks : 36% in each paper & 36% in aggregate.
Attendance requirement :
A minimum of 75% attendance in class lecture session
Course Fee :
University fee : Rs. 15000
Enrolment, Eligibility and Examination fee as prescribed by the University.
Note
The School/ University reserves the right to make any changes in the above provisions and
regarding all matter, the decision of the principal will be nal.
POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN NGO MANAGEMENT (PGDNM)
The Udaipur school of social work has also started a post graduate Diploma in Non Government
Organization (NGOs) Management.
The main objective of this course is to impart knowledge, develop skills and establish suitable
attudes and behavior patterns needed for rendering social and welfare services as well as
development and empowerment of people.
Number of seats: 40
Eligibility : Candidate having bachelor's degree from a recognized university in
any discipline with at least 45 % marks in aggregate are eligible for
admission.
Duration : One Year
Teaching Hours : 8 AM to 10.15 AM in this duration there will be three lecture sessions
of 45 minutes.
Venue : Udaipur School of Social Work
Medium of Instruction: English/Hindi
Courses/ Marks

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Non-Governmental Organization s and Civil Society 100
Management of NGOs and Managerial Communication Skills. 100
NGOs Legislations/ Agencies and Personnel Practices in NGOs 100
Administration /Accounting and Documentation of NGOs 100
Project Formulation, Management and Evaluation. 100
Funding Agencies and Social Marketing 100
Project Report 100
Viva- Voce 100
The student will be required to undergo a one moth whole time training placement in a leading
Industrial organization approved by the institute for the purpose. The student will be required to
submit a detailed report of the work done.
Minimum Pass Marks : 40% in each paper well as in aggregate.
Attendance requirement : A minimum of 75% attendance in class lecture session.
Course Fee:
University fee : Rs. 8000/-
Enrolment, Eligibility and Examination fee as prescribed by the University.
Note
The School/ University reserves the right to make any changes in the above provisions and
regarding all matter, the decision of the principal will be nal. The jurisdiction for any legal
matter will be of Udaipur city.

Student Placement (2015-16)


Jindal Steel Work, Bahadurgarh Piramal Foundation

Coca Cola, Ghajiabad Plant Avantha Foundation

BKT Tyres BARC, Jaipur

Bidla Cotton seed, Ambala Aashiyana Foundation

Educate Girl Aksh Optiber Limited

Teleperformance, Jaipur Grameen Vikas Trust

Sewa Mandir, Udaipur RUGS, Jaipur

Pacic Medical University, Udaipur RSWM, Bhilwara, Rajasthan

PRATHAM Rajasthan, Jaipur Karuna Trust,Banglore

JATAN Sanasthan, Udaipur LNJ Mayur

Aajeevika Bureau, Udaipur Vishakha, jaipur

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GLIMPSES

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Directorate of Janshikshan and Extension Programme
PRATAP NAGAR, UDAIPUR -313001
TELE : 0294 2490723 EMAIL : janshikshanrv@gmail.com

Year of Establishment:
Lok Shikshan Pratisthan: 1939
Directorate of Janshikshan and Extension Programme: 2008

Rajasthan Vidyapeeth began its journey in 1937 with the Literacy and Non-formal Education
Programme for adults and neo-literates in rural areas. As an essential commitment to the people of
Southern Rajasthan and on the call of Mahatma Gandhi for the drive of literacy towards national
service, Rajasthan Vidyapeeth started the sacred work by putting in efforts so as to uplift the
destitute, tribal, unemployed laborers and people living below poverty line by rekindling the light of
literacy to make them enlightened educated Indian Citizens.
The vision of Rajasthan Vidyapeeth to transform illiterate society into literate society at that time
gave the structure of Adult Education which was the rare innovation at the national level. The
University under the Faculty of Extension as an important dimension, equal in importance to
teaching and research with infrastructure, institutional resources-knowledge and man power with an
obligation to develop sensitivities to evolve development of community with a particular need of the
tribal of Southern Rajasthan has established DIRECTORATE OF JANSHIKSHAN AND
EXTENSION PROGRAMME.
MISSION
TO PROMOTE EDUCATION OF UNDERPRIVILEDGED AND WORKING MASSES
THROUGH ADULT AND CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAMME FOR THEIR SOCIAL
AND ECONOMIOCAL UPLIFTMENT AND HIGHER FUNCTIONAL EFFICIENCY.
VISION
TO FULLFILL THE MISSION THE DIRECTORATE OF JAN SHIKSHAN AND
EXTENSION EDUCATION PROGRAM IS INVOLVED IN EXTENSION EDUCATION,
TRAINING, RESEARCH THROUGH NETWORKING AND ADVOCACY IN THE AREA OF
ETHNIC PEOPLE.
OBJECTIVES
Promote the philosophy of Continuing education learning as a part of total education
programme of the University.
Make concerted efforts towards integration between formal and non-formal education and
out of school learning processes.
Reach out to larger sections of community specially deprived groups through Continuing
Education Programmes.
Extend knowledge and other institutional intellectual resources to the underprivileged
community.
Link higher education of the University including teaching and research for the community
living problems and overcome them through the application of their teaching and applied
research.
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Education for creative citizenship in urban areas to foster civic sense and to strengthen
democracy.
Providing high skills necessary for rural masses through training in need based and leisure
time activities to develop employment opportunities at their door steps.
To develop literature for adult and continuing education in consonance with Linguistic,
Cultural and Development needs of the region.
Integration of formal and non-formal education for opening doors of neo-literates, village
youths and adults to Life Long Learning skills through capsule certicate courses.
Attend major issues of deprived children, child labor, health issues AIDS/HIV, nutrition,
sanitation, gender issues and rural technology appropriate to rural youth and adults.
Continuing Education Programme at the grass root level through rural workshops, awareness
programmes, education through mobile libraries and e-learning through the distance mode.
TARGET GROUPS
Women, SC/ST, Disadvantaged groups, destitute, adults, neo-literates and youth out-of-
school youths and senior citizen.
Youths-already in the service or the under employed or unemployed.
Rural youth who are drop outs and usually do not enter the University System.

CONSTITUENT DEPARTMENTS
01. LOK SHIKSHAN VIBHAG: An Institute established 1937 for Literacy and Non-formal
Education Programme for Neo-literates and Adults in rural areas.
(a) Lok Chetna Vibhag (Community Center), Jhadol (Sarada)
(b) Lok Jyoti Vibhag (Community Center), Salumbar
02. JANPAD VIBHAG: An Institute established 1941 to take up the education for creative
citizenship in urban areas to foster the civic sense and strengthen democracy through
broadcasting news and social awareness programmes.
03. MANGAL MURTY INDIRA GANDHI JANTA COLLEGE: An Institute established
1953 for Literacy and Vocational based programme for rural youth and artisans and also
for training of ofcials and non-ofcials and people's representatives of Panchayati Raj
Institution to strengthen democracy.
04. COMMUNITY CENTRES DEPARTMENT: An Institute established in 1953 for
Community Welfare in the selected villages as laboratory for community services and
education.
a) Jan Bharati Community Centre, Kanpur
b) Shreya Bharati Community Centre, Sakroda
c) Aranya Bharti Community Centre, Nai
d) Kul MatushriVijyama Mahila Mangal Bharati Community Centre, Bedla
e) Adivasi Bharti Community Centre, Tidi
f) Adivasi Bharti Community Centre, Kharpeena
05. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES : Department of Agricultural
Sciences was Established in the year 2015. This course is widely admired and treated as an
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better yield by involving advanced and scientic approaches without affecting the
environment.
06. DEPARTMENT OF RURAL TECHNOLOGY: On the recommendation of the UGC, this
department was established in 2003 to develop understanding with rural community life
and expertise the rural technology in agriculture eld and its management.
07. DEPARTFMENT OF WOMEN STUDIES: This department was established by UGC in
2005 to address the issues of Women Empowerment through its activities in the areas of
teaching, research and extension especially in the tribal areas of Southern Rajasthan.
08. MAHARANA KUMBHA KALA KENDRA: This department was established in 1946.
This is the department of folk music, Folk dance, folk arts along with vocal and
instrumental music.
EXPERT OPINION:
The exemplary work of Janardan Rai Nagar Rajasthan Vidyapeeth (Deemed) University was
recognized by UGC in 1986 when the UGC Committee visited the University. The committee
remarked:
"Rajasthan Vidyapeeth has certainly made a mark in the eld of Extension and Continuing
Education. Though quite a few Universities have taken up Extension and Continuing Education
programme during last few years, they are still trying to have roots so far as this new activity is
concerned. Extension Education has found roots in Vidyapeeth."
Thrust Area
The main thrust of the Directorate is to provide a wide variety of continuing education
opportunities to all sections of society. These include:
Continuing Education Courses at the University based community centres,
Equivalency Programme, Quality Life Improvement Programmes,
Individual Interest Promotion Programmes,
Vocational Education / Skill Training,
Induction/ Sensitization Programmes for people's representatives, education of older adults.
Promote higher education programmes for Tribal Rural Youths of South Rajasthan through
the Distance Education Mode of the University.
Provide the Video-Conferencing Facility to the tribals of South Rajasthan to access the
opportunity of higher education at their door steps.
Names of programs offered (UG, PG, Certicate, Diploma, PG Diploma)
B.Sc. - Rural Technology and Management (Three year degree course)
B.Sc. Agriculture Hons. (Four year degree course)
PG Diploma in Gender Studies and Technology (One Year PG Diploma Course)
Diploma in Computer Application (One Year Diploma Course)
Prabhakar (Two year Graduate degree course)
Bhushan (Two year course)

Interdisciplinary programs and departments involved


Under National Service Scheme (NSS) students of other departments of the University (Udaipur
School of Social Works, Manikya Lal Verma Shramjeevi College, Lok Manya Tilak Teachers
Training College etc.) regularly visit the community centers located in villages. They conduct
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Awareness Programmes, organize rallies, Help the villagers in solving their problems.

Department of Womens' Studies


Courses Offered:-
(i) P.G. Diploma in Gender Studies and Technology
No. of Seats - 20
Duration - One Year
Eligibility - Graduation in any Discipline
Admission - First Come First Serve Basis
Course Fee - Rs. 4000 per Year (50%fee concession for SC/ST/and
Women candidates)
Exam. Fee, Enrollment and Eligibility Fee: As per University Rule

Syllabus for PG DIPLOMA IN GENDER STUDIES & TECHNOLOGY


Paper I : Gender and Development: Status and Perspective
Paper II : Major themes of Gender and Development in India
Paper III : Women Empowerment through SHG (Self Help Group)
Paper IV : Gender Development through Information and Communication
Technology.
Paper V : Practical Lab based on Paper IV
Paper VI : Project Report.

(ii) Diploma in Computer Application


No. of Seats - 20
Duration - One Year
Eligibility - 12th
Admission - First Come First Serve basis
Course Fee - Rs. 6000 per Year
Exam. Fee, Enrollment and Eligibility Fee: As per University Rule

Syllabus for DIPLOMA IN COMPUTER APPLICATION (DCA)


Paper 1 :- Computer Fundamentals and Networking
Paper 2 :- Internet and Web Designing
Paper 3 :- Software Packages and Database Management System
Paper 4 :- Computer Graphics and Animation
Paper 5 :- Practical Based on DBMS & Tally
Paper 6 :- Practical Based on Web Designing

Department of Rural Technology


Courses Offered:-
(i) B.Sc. - Rural Technology & Management
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FEE STRUCTURE OF B.Sc. (RTM)
Form Fee : Rs. 500/-
Registration Fee : Rs. 500/-
Admission Fee : Rs. 2000/-
Tuition fee : Rs.10,000 Per Semester
Exam. Fee, Enrollment and Eligibility Fee: As per University Rule

Courses of B.Sc. (Rural Technology Management)


First Semester
Code No. Subject Credit Hours
RTM 101 PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY OF VEGETABLE CROPS 3(3+0)
RTM 102 FUNDAMENTALS OF RURAL SOCIOLOGY & DEVELOPMENT 4(4+0)
RTM 103 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3(3+0)
RTM 104 AGRICULTURAL FINANCE & CO -OPERATIVES 4(4+0)
RTM 105 ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND ITS USE 3(3+0)
PRTM 101 PRACTICAL BASED ON VEGETABLE CROPS 1(1+0)
PRTM -103 PRACTICAL BASED ON COMPUTER APPLICATIONS 1(1+0)
PRTM-105 PRACTICAL BASED ON ENGLISH 1(1+0)
Tota l Credit 20(17+3)

Second Semester
Code No. Subject Credit Hours
RTM 201 PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY OF AGRONOMY CROPS 3(3+0)
RTM 202 PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY OF FRUIT CROPS 3(3+0)
RTM 203 MANAGEMENT OF HOUSEHOLD AND STORE INSECT -PESTS 4(4+0)
RTM 204 ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES 4(4+0)
RTM 205 CONTEMPORARY ENGLISH USES 3(3+0)
PRTM-201 PRACTICAL BASED ON AGRONOMY CROPS 1(1+0)
PRTM-202 PRACTICAL BASED ON FRUIT CROPS 1(1+0)
PRTM-205 PRACTICAL BASED ON ENGLISH USAGES 1(1+0)
Total Credit 20(17+3)

Third Semester& Fourth Semester


Code No. Subject Credit Hours
RTM 401 PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY OF SPICES AROMATIC AND 3(3+0)
MEDICINAL PLANTS
RTM 402 WASTE LAND DEVELOPMENT AND WATER SHED 4(4+0)
MANAGEMENT
RTM 403 MANAGERIAL SKILLS FOR EXTENSION PERSONNEL 3(3+0)
RTM 404 APPLICATION OF GIS AND REMOTE SENSING 3(3+0)
RTM -405 AGRICULTURE BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 4(4+0)
PRTM-401 PRACTICAL BASED ON SPICES AROMATIC AND MEDICINAL 1(1+0)
PLANTS
PRTM-403 PRACTICAL BASED ON MANAGERIAL SKILLS FOR EXTENSION 1(1+0)
PERSONNEL
PRTM-404 PRACTICAL BASED ON GIS AND REMOTE SENSING 1(1+0)
Total Credit 20(17+3)

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Fifth Semester
Code No. Subject Credit Hours
RTM 501 TRAINING PROCESS & CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT 3(3+0)
RTM 502 PROJECT FORMULATION & PLANNING 4(4+0)
RTM 503 RENEWABLE ENERGY T ECHNOLOGIES 3(3+0)
RTM 504 ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT 3(3+0)
RTM 505 GENDER ISSUES AND WOMEN EMPOWERMENT 4(4+0)
PRTM -501 PRACTICAL BASED ON TRAINING PROCESS 1(1+0)
PRTM -503 PRACTICAL BASED ON RENEWABLE ENERGY 1(1+0)
TECHNOLOGIES
PRTM -504 PRACTICAL BASED ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT 1(1+0)
Total Credit 20(17+3)

Sixth Semester
Code No. Subject Credit Hours
RAWE RURAL AGRICULTURAL WORK EXPERIENCE 20
B.Sc. RTM THREE YEAR DEGREE COURSE TOTAL CREDIT HOURS : 120 (84+36)

Department of Agricultural Sciences


Department of Agricultural Sciences was Established in the year 2015. This course is widely
admired and treated as an in imperative knowledgeable course foe improving agricultural practices,
to provide better yield by involving advanced and scientic approaches without affecting the
environment.
Course offered :
(i) B.Sc. Agriculture Hons.
FEE STRUCTURE OF B.Sc. (Ag.)
Form Fee : Rs. 500/-
Registration Fee : Rs. 500/-
Admission Fee : Rs. 2000/-
Tuition fee : Rs.18,000 Per Semester
Exam. Fee, Enrollment and Eligibility Fee: As per University Rule
Syllabus of B.Sc. Agriculture Honors
Syllabus of B.Sc. Agriculture Honors
First Semester
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
AGRON-111 PRINCIPLES OF AGRONOMY AND AGRICULTURAL 3(2+1)
METEOROLOGY
HORT-111 PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY OF FRUIT CROPS 3(2+1)
SCHEM-111 INTRODUCTORY SOIL SCIENCE 3(2+1)
PBG-111 PRINCIPLES OF GENETICS 3(2+1)
AH-111 INTRODUCTORY ANIMAL HUSBANDRY 3(2+1)
ENGH-111 ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND ITS USE 3(2+1)
COMP-111 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3(2+1)
Total Credit 21(14+7)

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Second Semester
Code No. Subject Credit Hours
AGECON-121 PRINCIPLES OF AG. ECONOMICS 2(2+0)
EXTED-121 DIMENSIONS OF AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION 3(2+1)
AGRON-121 WEED MANAGEMENT 3(2+1)
AGRON-122 WATER MANAGEMENT 3(2+1)
ENVS-121 ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES 3(2+1)
SCHEM-121 SOIL CHEMISTRY AND SOIL FERTILITY 3(2+1)
AH-121 DAIRY CATTLE MANAGEMENT 3(2+1)
Total Credit 20(14+6)

Third Semester
Code No. Subject Credit Hours
AGECON 211 AGRICULTURAL FINANCE AND CO-OPERATIVES 2(2+0)
AGRON 211 FIELD CROPS I (KHARIF CROPS) 3(2+1)
ENTO 211 INSECT MORPHOLOGY 3(2+1)
HORT 211 PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY OF VEGETABLE AND 3(2+1)
FLOWERS
PPHY 211 CROP PHYSIOLOGY 3(2+1)
SCHEM 211 MANURES AND FERTILIZERS 3(2+1)
PBG 211 PRINCIPLES OF PLANT BREEDING 3(2+1)
Total Credit 20(14+6)

Fourth Semester

Code No. Subject Credit Hours


AGECON 221 AGRICULTURAL MARKETING,TRADE AND PRICES 2(1+1)

AGRON 221 FIELD CROPS II(RABI CROPS) 3(2+1)


ENTO 221 INSECT ECOLOGY AND IPM 3(2+1)
HORT 221 PRODUCTION TECHNOLGY OF SPICES, MEDICINAL AND 3(2+1)
AROMATIC PLANTS

SCHEM 221 SOIL SURVEY AND LAND USE PLANNING 3(2+1)


PBG 221 BREEDING OF FIELD CROPS 3(2+1)
AGRON 222 ORGANIC FARMING 3(2+1)

Total Credit 20(13+7)

Fifth Semester

Code No. Subject Credit Hours


AGECON 311 AGRI-BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 3(2+1)
EXTED 311 FUNDAMENTAL OF RURAL SOCIOLOGY AND 3(3+0)
PSYCHOLOGY
AGRON 311 PRACTICAL CROP PRODUCTION I(KHARIF CROPS) 2(0+2)
AGRON 312 FARMING SYSTEM AND SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE 3(2+1)

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Code No. Subject Credit Hours
ENTO 311 PESTS OF CROPS,STORED GRAINS AND THEIR 3(2+1)
MANAGEMENT
HORT 311 POST HARVEST MANAGEMENT AND VALUE ADDITION 3(2+1)
OF FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
MBB 311 INTRODUCTORY BIO-CHEMISTRY 3(2+1)
Total Credit 20(13+7)

Sixth Semester
Code No. Subject Credit Hours
AGECON 321 PRODUCTION ECONOMICS AND FARM MANAGEMENT 3(2+1)
AGRON 321 PRACTICAL CROP PRODUCTION II(RABI CROPS) 2(0+2)
EXTED 322 COMMUNICATION SKILLS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP 3(2+1)
DEVELOPMENT
MBB 321 PRINCIPLES OF PLANT BIO TECHNOLOGY 3(2+1)
NEMAT 321 ELEMENTARY NE MATOLOGY 3(2+1)
STAT 321 INDUSTRIAL STATISTICS 3(2+1)
PBG 321 PRINCIPLES OF SEED TECHNOLOGY 3(2+1)
Total Credit 20(12+8)

Seventh Semester
Code No. Subject Credit Hours
AGRON 411 INTEGRATED WATERSHED MANAGEMENT 4(3+1)
ENTO 411 INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT 4(3+1)
PBG 411 HETEROSIS AND HYBRID SEED PRODUCTION IN FIELD 4(3+1)
CROPS
EXTED 411 TRAINING PROCESS AND CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT 4(3+1)
EXTED 412 EXTENSION METHODOLOGIES FOR TRANSFER OF 4(3+1)
AGRICULTURAL TECHNOLOGY
Total Credit 20(15+5)

Eighth Semester

Code No. Subject Credit Hours


RAWE RURAL AGRICULTURAL WORK EXPERIENCE 40

B.Sc. (AG.) FOUR YEAR DEGREE COURSE GRAND TOTAL CREDIT HOURS: 181(95+86)

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Maharana Kumbha Kala Kendra
Courses Offered:-
(i) Prabhakar (Two year Graduate degree course)
(ii) Bhushan (Two years course)

FEE STRUCTURE
Form Fee : Rs. 50/-
Registration Fee : Rs. 500/-
Tuition fee : Rs. 700/- Per Month
Examination Fee, : As per rule of Sangeet Academy Bikaner, Rajasthan.
Enrollment and Eligibility Fee
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign
institutions, etc.
Prabhakar (Two year Graduate degree course)
Bhushan (Two years course)
These courses are run in collaboration with the Sangeet Academy Bikaner, Rajasthan.

Examination System: Annual/Semester/Trimester/Choice Based Credit System


Post Graduate Diploma in Gender Studies and Technology Annual Basis
Diploma in Computer ApplicationAnnual Basis
Prabhakar (Two year Graduate degree course)Annual Basis
Bhushan (Two year course)Annual Basis
B.Sc. Rural Technology and ManagementSemester Basis
B.Sc. Agriculture HonsSemester BasisSkill based Certicate Course (Vocational Training)

Skill based Certicate Course (Vocational Training)


Six Month Certicate Course in Computer Application.
Three Month Certicate Course in Computer Application.
Mobile Functioning - 1 Month
Home Appliances Repairing - One Week
One Month Certicate Course in E-Application
One Month Certicate Course in Audio/Video Editing
One Month Certicate Course in Web Designing
One Month Certicate Course in Ofce Automation

Skill Development Program (Capsule Courses) One Week to One Month


Tie & Dye - 10 Days
Batik Art - 7 Days
Stencils Print - 7 Days

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Block Printing - 7 Days
Screen Printing - 7 Days
Jewellery making -7 Days
Soft Toys -7 Days
3D Learning Technology 7 Days
Best from Waste Material 3 Days
Food Formation & Preservation 3 Days

Entrepreneurship (SSI)
Soap Making
Washing Powder
Liquid Soap
Herbal Shampoo
Chalk Making Candle Making
Herbal Product
Home Product
File Folder & Bag Making
Electricity Maintenance
Plumbing Work
Animal Husbandry
Jam, Jelly, Sauce, Pickle, Amla Murabba
Dal, Papad, Vadi
Masala Making
Food & Vegetable Storage

For Short Term Courses evaluation is done immediately after the completion
of the course.
Innovations in Teaching:
Reservation for Women
Personal guidance to Students
Development of Students Through assignments
Presentations, Continuous evaluation and guidance
Use of Audio Visual Aids & Computers
Quantied and Experienced Teaching Staff
Field Experience, Practical Exposures
Visiting Faculty for different elds

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Participation of the Department in the Courses offered by other
Departments
The Department has linked its activities of logistics, outreach and research with the following
faculties of the University:
1. Faculty of Humanities
(i) Dept. of English

2. Faculty of Social Sciences


(i) Dept. of Sociology
(ii) Dept. of Geography
(iii) Dept. of History

3. Faculty of Education
4. Faculty of Medicines
(i) Dept. of Homeopathy
(ii) Dept. of Physiotherapy

5. Udaipur School of Social Work


To acquaint the students with the latest developments of technology in computer application, the
students join various short term courses conducted by Department of Computer Science and
Information Technology of the University.
Research thrust areas as recognized by major funding agencies
Women Empowerment, Gender mainstreaming, Sanitation and health of Women, Women
Rights, Domestic Violence, Problems of adolescent girls. Micro Finance specially women
participation in Self-Help Group and their development for rural and remote area.
Organized workshops with the collaboration with Government organization
and other NGO's.
(i) Organized three workshops on Women Empowerment and Skill development with the
collaboration with Central Cooperative Bank, Udaipur.
(ii) Department of Social Justic and Welfare, Govt. of Rajasthan for the Destitute Home.
A) Nirashrit Bal Kalyan Grah, Bedla 90 percent Grant
B) Nirashrit Bal Kalyan Grah, Jhadol (Sarada) 90 percent Grant
Inter-institutional collaborative projects and associated grants received
a) National collaboration b) International collaboration
Community and women development programme organized jointly with Central Board of
Workers Education and Central Cooperative Bank Udaipur
Special research laboratories sponsored by / created by industry or corporate
bodies
Vedanta Group - Hindustan Zinc Ltd., Udaipur has created special facilities at Jan Bharti
Community Center, Kanpur. The group has installed Solar System and Advance Sewing Machines.
At Kanpur centre electricity from the solar system is being used.

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Areas of consultancy and income generated
Provide Family Counseling, Adolescent Girls Counseling for rural and urban community at free
of cost.
FACULTY PROFILE :

Name Qualication Designation Specialization Years of


Experience
Ph.D. (CS), M.Tech. Director Community 26
Dr. Manju Mandot (CS), M.Sc. (CS), Development
M.B.A., M.S.W. through SHG,
Gender based
Violence,Huma
n Resource
Management,
Digital Image
Processing
Ph.D. (Agriculture), Assistant Nematology 05
Dr. Hemraj Gurjar Professor
M.Sc. Zoology, DTS Sr. Instructor Extension Work 34
Mr. Dinesh Tiwari
M.A. Jr. Instructor Vocational Skill 24
Mr. Bal Krishan Traning
Shukla
M.S.W., LLB, BJMC Jr. Instructor Legal 26
Mr. Chitranjan Nagda Awarness, HIV
ADIS,
Sanitation,
Gender Based
Violence
B.A. Chief Field Extension 37
Mr. Heera Lal Coordinator Activities
Choubisa
Ph.D, M.A. Field Extension 10
Dr. Dharmendra Rajora Coordinator Activities
M.A. Field Extension 10
Mr. Kaushal Nagda Coordinator Activities
Ph.D., M.A. Research Extension 14
Dr. Sanjeev Raj Assistant Activities
Purohit
M.S.W., M.A., DWSM Field Extension 10
Mr. Rakesh Dadhich Coordinator Activities
M.A., B.Ed. Field Extension 21
Ms. Pushpa Tank Coordinator Activities
B.Sc. Field Extension 22
Sh. Prakash Singh Coordinator Activities
Jadon
M.A. Sub-Field Extension 10
Sh. Pirukant Meena Coordinator Activities
M.A. Sub-Field Extension 10
Smt. Madhu Paliwal Coordinator Activities
M.A. Sub-Field Extension 10
Smt. Marjina Bano Coordinator Activities
M.A. Sub-Field Extension 2
Smt. Laxmi Rajora Coordinator Activities
M.A. Sub-Field Extension 2
Mr. Om Pareek Coordinator Activities
M.A. Sub-Field Extension 2
Mr. Vijay Dalal Coordinator Activities

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Ofce Staff:
S.No. Name Designation
1 Sh. Devi Lal Garg Prof. Asst.
2 Sh. Logar Lal Gayari LDC
3 Sh. Narendra Sen LDC
4 Sh. Manohar Lal Nandwana Accounts Clerk
5 Sh. Kan Singh Shaktawat Peon
6 Mrs. Kamini Paliwal Peon
7 Mrs. Manju Kudal Peon
8 Sh.Lokesh Ameta Peon
9 Mrs. Yashoda Ameta Peon
10 Sh. Badri Lal Meena Peon

Faculty selected nationally / internationally to visit other laboratories / institutions / industries in


India and abroad.
Dr. Manju Mandot New York US , London UK for paper presentation.
Faculty serving in
a) National committees b) International committees c) Editorial Boards d) any other
(specify)
Membership of Professional bodies : Dr. Manju Mandot
1) Computer Society of India, Member ID: 5121.
2) System Society of India
3) International Association of Engineers, Hong Kong, Member ID: 138961.
4) The Society of Digital Information and Wireless Communication, Member ID: 1644.
5) Member, Research Board, JRN, Rajasthan Vidyapeeth, Udaipur
6) Member of academic council of JRN, Rajasthan Vidhyapeeth.
7) External member of Committee of courses in Informatics &Computational Sciences for
Mohan Lal Sukhadia University, Udaipur.
9) Member of the advisory committee for the Central Board for Workers Education.
10) Chairman of the nomination committee for the Computer Society of India Year 2014-
2015.
Student projects
percentage of students who have taken up in-house projects including inter-departmental
projects
About all students have taken up in-house projects.
percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with other universities / industry /
institute 60%
Awards / recognitions received at the national and international level by Prof. Manju Mandot
One and half month scholarship award from Centre of the International Cooperation for
Computerization, Japan.
Best Teacher award from Dainik Bhaskar, Udaipur.

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Vidhya Jyoti award from Mahaveer Yuva Munch, Udaipur.
Appreciation for Excellence in Teaching Computer Science, Rotary Club of Udaipur.
Magan Shishak Ratna state level award from Pratibadh Sanasthan, Udaipur.
Weed Lakecity 2015 Award for education, Community development, Women labour
education and empowerment from Central Board of Workers Education.
University Award for Best Services, JRN Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University.
Faculty 14 Staff members were awarded by Appreciation Letters issued by Central Board of
Workers Education, Ministry of Labor And Employment, Govt. Of India.
Code of ethics for research followed by the departments
The department follows the rules and ethical standards as laid down by UGC. Student prole
program-wise: Skill development program

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Methodology for assessment exercise undertaken before the development


of new program.
Every new Program is started after need assessment. Since at every extension center of the
institution a fairly good number of Self help Groups are formed and regular meetings are organized
with the members. In these meetings, every member is given opportunity to put his/ her requirement,
problem, opinion about the programs already being organized and also on the new programs to be
started.
Along with this, views of the opinion leaders, experienced persons are also considered and every
pros & cons are given proper attention. Before starting a new program this is also taken care of that
how long the new Programm will be benecial. After this only any new program is started.
Department obtain feedback from faculty, students and alumni to improve the type and quality
of the programmes organized. Views are regularly taken from the beneciaries and other people
also. In this regards the beneciaries who are closely and deeply associated with the activities of the
directorate are very much helpful.
List the distinguished alumni of the Directorate-
Distinguish Enterpreneur
(i) Ratan Devi Lohar ( Own Business- Tailoring)
(ii) Payari Dangi ( Own Business- Tailoring)
(iii) Vimla Nagda ( Beautician- Own Parlour)
(iv) Manju Sen (Beautician- Own Parlour)
(v) Sarala Dangi( Beautician- own Parlour)
(vi) Gautam Giri ( Pricipal, Sakroda Govt. School)
(vii) Prem Megwal ( Own Shop- Computer)
(viii) Haza Ram Meena (Aakashwani)
(ix) Kamla Meena ( Teacher)
(x) Ramila Meena (Teacher)
Details of student enrichment programs (special lectures / workshops / seminar) involving
external experts.
For the enrichment of the villagers special lectures, talks, speeches, short duration workshop and

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seminars are regularly organized in which experts from the institution as well as external experts are
invited. The topic are based either on the requirement of the villagers or observed by the staff
members.
List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programs
including clinical teaching.
Counseling
Audio Visual Aids
Expert Talks
Case Study
Use of Models
Field Visit

Department ensure that program objectives are constantly met and


learning outcomes are monitored as follows :
Regular Field Visit
Regular and live Contact with the beneciaries
Regular Super Vision at every Step of the Programm
Meeting
Collecting Views and feedback from the public leaders.

Participation of students and faculty in extension activities.


The students of the constituent departments of the directorate are regularly taken to the villages
and every student is given a task of solving the problems of a family allotted to students. These
problems may be related to animal husbandry, crop production, health & hygiene, general sanitation,
eradication of social evils etc. This may also includes problem related to different departments. The
students try to solve these problems on the spot. They may also contact either their teachers or
persons of the department related. In this way the students are given the training of extension
activities.
Maharana Kumbha Kala Kendra, a constituent department of the directorate also arranges street
plays on various burning issues which are of great concern to the villagers. In these street plays
messages are also given.
Details of "beyond syllabus scholarly activities" of the department.
Besides beneting the villages by the activities of the directorate they are also taken on visit to
the places where they get knowledge useful to them. Such places include renewable energy center
where they get the knowledge of solar systems, bio gas plants, smokeless chulas, and energy
plantation. Government dairy where they get the knowledge of improved breeds of milking animals,
proper feeding, latest technology of milking and marketing of milk, preparation of products of milk
for example Paneer, Ghee, Mawa and Butter Milk. The villages are also taken up to near by small
scale industries to observe the production and marketing of the products.
Play Street Theatre to Promote mainstream work, To help in taking a clear decision, Making
public awareness towards their own needs and rights, Bringing awareness in social issues like:-
Girl child Schooling with higher education , Sexual harassment, Women safety, Female Feticide,
Eve - teasing, Voting rights, Domestic violence, Child marriage, Addiction, Social evils, To remove
untouchability.

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The contributions of the department in generating new knowledge, basic or
applied.
A Programm based on Computer Literacy is being conducted in Rural, more specially in Tribal
Area of the State which is making the rural masses computer friendly.
Apart from this similar programs on Sewing and Tailoring, Beautician, Mehendi, Animal
Husbandry, Seed Protection, Soil Testing are also being conducted in the rural areas which are not
only making the rural people self dependent but they can use the knowledge commercially.
Future plans of the department.
1) Making Community Centres as Villages Development Resource Centres.
2) Connecting Community Centres to University based educational Programmes through E-
Learning Mode.
3) Gender Sensitization and Empowerment Programmes for higher Participation of women
in continuing education & Development.
4) Legal Literacy Programme.
5) Tele-Medicinal Counselling.
6) Bringing Local Knowledge base in the Mainstream of Learning.
7) Value Orientation &Skill Based Programmes.
8) Focus on Alternative Agricultural Practices.
9) To start Small scale industries at every centers.
10) Joyful teaching in BALWADI at every center.
11) Constituting Senior citizen club in all the constituent departments and all the centers.
12) Children Day Care home for working people.

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GLIMPSES OF THE ACTIVITIES 2016-17
SKILL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES

Computer Training Programme Sewing And Tailoring Training Programme

Crochet Training Programme Tie And Dye Training Programme

Beautician Training Programme Beautician Training Programme

Products Made By Shg Seminar On Women Empowerment

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GLIMPSES OF THE ACTIVITIES 2016-17
SKILL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES

Rural Workshop On Cash Less System Celebrating International Women's Day

Self Defense Training Program For Girls Celebrating Birthday Of Students Of Bal Wadi

Collaboration With Other Agencies Activities Of Maharana Kumbha Kala Kendra


Central Co-operative Bank

Department Of Agricultural Sciences Department Of Rural Technology And Management

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GLIMPSES OF THE ACTIVITIES 2016-17
SKILL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES

Awareness Programmes

Awareness Programmes

Shg Products

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MEDIA COVERAGE

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Rajasthan Vidyapeeth IL&FS Institute of Skills
From this academic year, university has established this department in collaboration with India's
largest placement linked skill development organization IL&FS Skills Development Corporation
Ltd. and Skillink PLC
Vision: To prepare best skilled hands for the world.
Mission: To become most respectable skill training institute by providing best education and
skill with ethics and values and to narrow down skilled manpower gap between community and
industry.
Objective: To provide best skill sets to youth to prepare them for industry in such a way that they
become productive from rst hour of rst day of their job and industry absorb them even before
passing the nal examinations.
Other stakeholders of the institute:
IL&FS Skills Development Corporation: IL&FS Skills is a leading vocational and
employability training company committed to delivering skills training programmes for inclusive
growth for students in school, youth, trainers, and working professionals for their career growth. Its
network of 250+ world-class IL&FS Institute of Skills (IIS) across India make trainees industry
ready, providing them Sector Skills Councils (SSC) certication and assured placement linkages
through a robust network of 1000+ employers. In India, IL&FS Skills is pioneer to start B.Voc
course on new education pattern approved by UGC. For more detail, visit www.ilfsskills.com
Skillink (CSPL) is a institutional management organization started by few young but
experienced and dynamic professionals to extend benets of skill development value chain to Indian
youth. Team members of Skillink have vast work experience of management in diversied
industries and different types of educational and skill based institutions. For more detail, please visit
www.skillink.in
National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) is a one of its kind, Public Private Partnership
in India, under the Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship. It aims to promote skill
development by catalysing creation of large, quality, for-prot vocational institutions. For more
detail, please visit www.nsdcindia.org
Courses offered in current academic year:
1. Batchelor of Vocation Education (B.Voc) in Hospitality and Catering Management
2. Certicate course in MEP (Mechanical Electrical Plumbing)
3. Certicate course in Branch banking Executive
4. Other short term courses like Computer, Spoken English, Employability Skills, Advanced IT
courses (Android Development, Full Stake Web Development, Big Data on Hadoop, Digital
marketing), Solar PV Installation and Maintenance, etc.
1. Batchelor of Vocation Education (B.Voc) in Hospitality and Catering
Management
About B. Voc
This is a 3 year degree course after Higher Secondary offered by universities alongside other
undergraduate courses. In addition to traditional UG courses like B.Sc., B.Com. BA or B. Tech.,
B.Voc curriculum is mapped with job role descriptions as per National Skills Qualication

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Framework (NSQF). B.Voc. Is approved degree course by UGC and is equivalent to any other UG
course.
Dual Certication Course
I. A graduate degree from University recognized by UGC.
II. Four, NSQF based certicates from National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC),
Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Government of India and Tourism and
Hospitality Skill Council of India
Course Curriculum
Course curriculum has been designed in consultation with experts of hospitality industry, senior
academicians of UGC and Tourism and Hospitality Skill Council of India (THSC). This course
curriculum has been approved by NSDC and THSC and is aligned with new B.Voc guidelines of
UGC. All skill subjects are aligned with National occupational Standards (NOS) based Qualication
packs (QP) of NSQF.
Program Duration
B.Voc will be a 3 year programme.
Indication of classroom and OJT durations across semesters:

Semester Class room Duration (General OJT Duration Semester End Examinations
Education +Skills)
1 5 months NIL 2 weeks for University & SSC
2 2 months 3 months examinations

3 2 months 3 months
4 NIL 5 months
5 2 months 3 months
6 NIL 5 months

Course curriculum includes:


General Education subjects
Language: English and French
Hotel Laws, Hotel Economics, Organisational Behaviour, Management Accounting,
Organisational Behaviour, Human Resource Management, Hotel Engineering, Customer
Relationship Management Systems, Research, Methods & Statistical Techniques
Skill subjects
F&B Service - Steward, Facility Supervisor, Catering management, Outlet Management
The concept of "Earn while you learn"
Out of 36 months of course duration, you will spent almost half time in On-the-Job-Training
(OJT) in ve star hotels or equivalent restaurants and catering organizations. In OJT, you will earn a
handsome amount of stipend with facility of free food and accommodation and joyful tips. OJT will
not only give you chance to earn but to learn by real time industry hands-on experience. Time spent
in OJT would be calculated as credit hours for award of degree and would be counted as work
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salary offerings.
Physical Infrastructure
Situated in education valley of Udaipur, within campus of Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University.
Very well connected with public transport system, day and night.
State of the art industry simulated labs for practical classes of room attendant, housekeeping,
food & beverage steward, bar tender front ofce and hotel engineering.
Departmental as well as university library lled with collection of domain as well as value added
subject reference books
Large computer lab with broadband and WiFi campus
Faculty
Institute is being managed by a team of young and educated professionals who have hands on
experience in the sector of skill development with academic excellence.
Executive committee of the institute consist of experienced senior staff members (dean and
director level) of the university and hospitality industry expert.
Teachers and Trainers in the institute are qualied, experienced and trained as per UGC, NSDC
and THSC norms. These faculty members includes personals from IHM with industry experience of
10 to 30 years. Visiting faculty includes personals from IIT, IIM, IHM and representatives of
hospitality, catering, travel and tourism industry.
Placement network
Through network of 50 + industry partners, IL&FS skills have widest outreach of placement in
hospitality and catering industry in India as well as abroad . More than 10,000 trainees in different
short term vocational courses of hospitality are being placed after getting trained at different skill
institutions of IL&FS Skills across India.
On-the-job-Training (OJT) placement
Every student shall be placed in ve star hotel or equivalent motel, restaurant, food joint, F&B
chain, catering organization, etc. in rst and second semester. From third semester onwards, all OJT
shall be in ve star hotels only.
Pre-Placement
All successful students shall be offered pre-placement by campus placement cell in ve star
hotels or equivalent hospitality organizations with best industry remuneration across India. Students
would also have chance to be placed overseas in the same industry.
Few of our regular placement partners are Intercontinental Hotel Group, The Leela, Marriot,
Vivanta by Taj, Xp, KFC, PVR, barbeque Nation, Cafe Coffee Day, etc.
How to apply
Submit the attached admission form by hand at the institute or send by post at below mentioned
address. Attach self-attested photocopy of mark sheet of 10th and 12th class and your Adhaar card.
Those who are awaiting result of 12th can also apply subjected to availability of eligible mark sheet
on or before nal admission. Attach a cheque / draft of Rs. 500/- with form in favor of IL&FS Skills
Development Corporation Ltd.
You can also deposit the fee online through RTGS/NEFT in Yes Bank Account #

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001685700000056 IFSC YESB0000016 of IL&FS Skills Development Corporation ltd. and
mention transaction ID in the form.
Important dates:
Last date of submission of duly lled form June 30th, 2017
Date of entrance cum scholarship test July 02nd, 2017
Result and list of shortlisted candidates July, 06th, 2017
Last date of submission of fee July 15th, 2017
Date of commencement of classes July 17th, 2017
Detail of available scholarships and option of education loan could be obtained in institution
ofce on any working day through personal meeting between 11 am to 5 pm
Admission Criteria
(a) Eligibility - 10+2 or equivalent in any stream, Candidate should have Aadhar Card.
(b) Entry Gate Assessment (EGA)
An entry gate assessment shall be conducted to test the aptitude of the candidate. The structure of
the EGA is as follows:

Section Title Total Marks Total Time


1 Logical Reasoning 5
2 English language comprehension 15 40 minutes
3 Basic Digital & Financial literacy 5
4 Basic Arithmetic 5
Total 30

Candidates securing >=50% in EGA shall be selected for counselling. During counselling,
further the attitude, interest areas, career aspirations of the student shall be studied and candidate
shall be guided appropriately. The objective behind conducting the EGA is to not to reject but to
select consciously. This phase is important as it is imperative to understand the candidate's
willingness to migrate beyond the demography of his/her locality/state and secondly to gauge the
candidate's commitment to work.
Fee Structure for the batch commencing from academic year 2017-18 is as follows:

Fee type Sem. I Sem. II Sem. III Sem. IV Sem. V Sem. VI Total
Training fee 40,000 40,000 40,000 16,000 40,000 16,000 1,92,000
University Exam
4,000 4,000 4,000 0 4,000 0 16,000
fee
SSC Exam fee 1,500 1,500 0 1,500 0 1,500 6,000
Total 45,500 45,500 44,000 17,500 44000 17,500 2,15,500

Scholarships: Get a chance to win scholarship up to 100% of training fee along with entrance
test. Calculation of scholarship would be based upon cumulative score of entrance test, personal
interview and past academic records. Percentage of scholarship would be as follows:

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Score Topper with I & II runner up All other with more Remaining with
minimum with more than 95% than 95% more than 90%
95% score
Scholarshi 100% of all 100% of I, III & V 100 % of II, IV & 50% of II, IV & VI
p percent semesters semester VI semester semester

2.Certicate course in MEP (Mechanical - Electrical - Plumbing)


It is an integrated certicate course of three trades with international placement assistance.
IL&FS Skills, in association with OGM Technical Institute of Australia is pioneer to launch
Australian Qualication framework based course in India.
Course Afliation by:
National Skills Development Corporation Ltd. (NSDC) under Ministry of Skill Development
and Entrepreneurship, Government of India, and
Construction Sector Skill Council, an association of Indian construction industry, recognized by
NSDC
Certicate: Qualication Pack (CON/Q0602) based on National Occupational Standards under
National Skill Qualication Framework (NSQF), recognized worldwide.
Course Duration: Six months (3 months institutional training and three months of On-the-Job-
Training)
Job Provider Company:
Nasser S. Al-Hajri & Partner Co., Kuwait (30 year old International construction and fabrication
company, based at Middle East), etc.

Counseling Entry Gate Enrollment Instituional Assessment


Pass
Assessment Training

Pass Trade assessment


Industrial Assessment by OGM Job offer letter Departing
Training formalities

Training and placement process


Eligibility Criteria:
Education: Should be 10th or ITI pass
Age: For overseas placement - 21 to 35 years
For placement within India - 18 to 35 years
Fee Structure:
Enrollment fee: Rs. 10,000
Training Fee: Rs. 90,000
Placement Fee: Rs. 30,000

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Certication fee: Rs. 20,000
Education Loan: With available education loan facility, 75% of total fees could be availed
through loan
Scholarships are also available for eligible candidates
3. Certicate course in Branch Banking Executive
This is a one month course customized in consultation with leading private banks working in
India. After completing this course, trainees become able to work in role of banking executives like
Customer care executive, sales executive and teller.
Duration: 150 hours delivered over 30 working days
Eligibility: Graduation in any stream, Age should be below 28 years
Prerequisites: Good communication skills in English and Hindi. Energized to do sales/ customer
acquisitions, willing to travel
Prospective Employers: leading banks like ICICI Bank, HDFC bank, Yes bank, Axis bank,
Indusind Bank, Jana Small Bank, Equities Small bank, etc. and other nancial institutions.
Fee Structure: Rs. 18,000/- plus taxes
Institute Address:
Rajasthan Vidyapeeth - IL&FS Institute of Skills, JRN Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University,
Pratapnagar, UDAIPUR, Rajasthan - 313003
Ph.: 94141 60977. E mail: admissions@skillink.in,
www.skillink.in, www.ilfsskills.com, www.facebook.com/iisUdaipur

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RAJASTHAN VIDYAPEETH TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE
(Approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi)
Dheenkali Road, Pratap Nagar, Udaipur-313001 Rajasthan
Ph. 2094-2490210, 9829009878

Motivated by the mission to make affordable excellent quality engineering education available
to all and sundry in this tribal dominated region of India, the Rajasthan Vidyapeeth Technology
College has been established in the year 2010 by JRN Rajasthan Vidyapeeth (Deemed) University.
The Rajasthan Vidyapeeth Technology College is duly approved by All India Council for Technical
Education (AICTE). The college emphasizes value based technological, scientic and professional
education extending to the latest in the respective areas, by creating best infrastructure and by
employing most competent dedicated human resource. The college has been established with an aim
to impart best quality professional education with total personality development of the target group.

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Courses Offered at the College Level
DIPLOMA IN ENGINEERING COURSE

SN COURSE BRANCH SEATS DURATION


Civil Engineering 60 Seats Three Years

Computer Science & Engineering 60 Seats Three Years


1 Diploma In
Engineering Electrical Engineering 60 Seats Three Years

Electrical & Communication Engineering 60 Seats Three Years

Mechanical Engineering 60 Seats Three Years

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
Diploma in Engineering Course Diploma in Engineering Course
(1 st Year Under Three Year Scheme) (2nd Year Under Three Year Scheme)
Passed Secondary or 10 th from recognized State Passed 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics or
Government Board/Central Board with English, 2 Year I.T.I from any Government recognized
Science and Mathematics Subject Institution(NCVT/SCVT)

ADMISSION PROCESS
Admission will be done strictly on the basis of merit.
Fee Structure*
Particular For 1st Year Diploma For 2nd Year Diploma
Annual Fee 5000/- 5000/-
Tuition Fee 20000/- 20000/-
Development Fee 8000/- 8000/-
University & Research Fee 1000/- 1000/-
Co-curricular Activities Fee 1000/- 1000/-
Lateral Entry (LE) Fee (one-time) - 2000/-
TOTAL 35,000/- 37,000/-

*(Fee once paid will note be refunded under any circumstances)


BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (B.Sc.)/ MASTER OF SCIENCE (M.Sc.)
S.No. COURSE SUBJECT COMBINATIONS SEATS DURATION

1 Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) Physices, Chemistry, Mathematics (PCM) 60 Seats Three Years
Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science 60 Seats Three years
2 Master of Science (M.Sc.) Chemistry (Organic Chemistry/Pharmaceutical 30 Seats Two years

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
Bachelor fo Science (B.Sc.) Master of Science (M.Sc.)
Passed Senior Secondary or 10+2 from any Passed Three year Bachelor of Science
recognized State Government Board/Central (B.Sc.) from any UGG recognized
Board with Physis, Chemistry, Mathematics as University with Chemistry as one of the
optional subjects. optional subjects.

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ADMISSION PROCESS
Admission will be done strictly on the basis of merit.
B.Sc. M.Sc. (Chemistry)
(Three Year Degree Course)
Annual Fee ` 1000/- ` 1000/-
Tuition Fee ` 7000/- ` 10000/-
Development Fee ` 5000/- ` 5000/-
University Research & Development Fee ` 1000/- ` 1000/-
Co-curricular Activities Fee ` 1000/- ` 1000/-
Laboratory Fee ` 500/- ` 2000/-
TOTAL ` 15,500 /- ` 20,000 /-
Caution Money ` 2,000 /- ` 2,000 /-

(Fee once paid will not be refunded under any circumstances)

INFRASTRUCTURE
DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED SCIENCE
FACILITIES:
The department of applied science is of vital signicance in technical institutions. It is
essentially the foundation stone on which the structure of various professional courses rest upon.
One of the existing enduring features of applied science department is the energy and enthusiasm of
faculty and students. This department aims at developing the dormant faculties of young scholars
through teaching in English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, with a view to get insight
of the foundation essential for engineering education.
The objective of teaching these courses is to enable the engineering graduates to acquire
prociency and expand their skill to communicate effectively to handle the future jobs in industry.
The department of applied science in RVTC aims at making the budding technocrats well equipped
and well versed in their prospective careers.

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DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
Civil engineering is a professional discipline
that deals with the design, construction, and
maintenance of the physical and naturally built
environment, including work like roads, bridges,
canals, dams, and buildings. This department
consists of well equipped Laboratories, Surveying
Lab, Concrete Lab, and Material Testing Lab etc

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING


Mechanical Engineering is one of the
major activities in engineering profession
& its principles are involved in the design,
study, development & construction of
nearly all the physical devices & systems.
The department has spacious and well
equipped laboratories. All the laboratories
of the department have been designed and
created to provide impetus to these areas
apart from being used in teaching and
programming.
This Department consists of Strength
of Material Lab with computerised Universal Testing machine(UTM), Internal Combustion Engine,
Fluid Mechanics Lab, thermal Lab, Thermal Engineering Lab, Dynamic of Machine Lab and
spacious Work Shop etc.

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING


Electrical engineering is a eld of
engineering that generally deals with the
study of production, transmission,
distribution, circuitry, Instrumentation,
measurements related to electricity,
electronics and electromagnetism. The
eld rst became an identi ab le
occupation in the late nineteenth century
after commercialization of the electric
telegraph and electrical power supply.
This department consists of well
equipped laboratories, and Electrical
workshop etc. Students get ample opportunity to develop electrical engineering skills.

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DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS & COMM. ENGINEERING
The department is engaged in providing knowledge and skills in the eld of Electronic
Engineering to buding engineers in a professional way. The motto of the department is to keep pace
with rapidly evolving technology and to be in tune with the latest developments. We are imparting
Electronic Engineering knowledge with specialized laboratories which are well established,
equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and instruments for experimentation in these elds.
Students are trained in fault tracing, fabrication and measurements.

DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING


Computer Engineering focuses on computer architecture and communication networks.
Computer systems engineering is the
application of engineering and computer
science principles in the designing and
developing of computer hardware and
software systems. This eld provide the
opportunity to work in the continually
changing information technology sector. With
the development of faster hardware
components, new communication systems
and software, there is ever increasing need for
computer engineers. Students get enough
opportunity to learn hardware, software and testing of software developed by them.

Our Faculty Members' are committed to


Reach their classes punctually.
Complete the prescribed syllabus in totality.
Help students in solving all their theoretical, experimental and technical difculties.
Promote pursuit of knowledge in students.
Inspire students to become responsive and responsible citizens.
Develop students' total personality.
Be friend, philosopher and guide of every enrolled student.
Students of the college are expected to .
Be regular and punctual in attending college and all classes.
Be well dressed in prescribed uniform.
Complete and submit assignments, practical records, les etc. as instructed by the faculty.
Appear at all examinations, both internal & external, according to the schedule displayed/
notied.
Deposit college / University fees/ dues as notied.
Avoid participation, directly and indirectly in activities of indiscipline and ragging, as it will
invite heavy penalty and severe punishment.
Be respectful and obedient to the staff of the college, besides being decent and friendly to
college-mates.
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,e-,M- 1978 2 o"kZ ch-,M 50 iwoZ izo"s k ijh{kk jkT; ljdkj ds
jktLFkku fo-fo- fu;ekuqlkj
,e-ih-,M- 2016 2 o"kZ ch- ih-,M- 50 iwoZ izo's k ijh{kk jkT; ljdkj ds
jktLFkku fo-fo- fu;ekuqlkj
ch-,M-&,e-,M 2017 3 o"kZ Lukrd 50 iwoZ izo's k ijh{kk jkT; ljdkj ds
dksVk fo-fo- fu;ekuqlkj
ch-,M 1966 2 o"kZ Lukrd 300 iwoZ izo's k ijh{kk jkT; ljdkj ds
e-n-l- fo-fo- fu;ekuqlkj
vtesj
ch-,M 1989 2 o"kZ Lukrd 200 iwoZ izo's k ijh{kk jkT; ljdkj ds
cky&fodkl tjkukjkfofo] fu;ekuqlkj
mn;iqj
ch-,-&ch-,M 2017 4 o"kZ lhfu;j 50 iwoZ izo's k ijh{kk jkT; ljdkj ds
lSds.Mjh dksVk fo-fo- fu;ekuqlkj
Mh-,y-,M- 2006 2 o"kZ lhfu;j 50 iwoZ izo's k ijh{kk jkT; ljdkj ds
lSds.Mjh e-n-l- fo-fo- fu;ekuqlkj
vtesj

mifLFkfr ,oa vodk'k lEca/kh fu;e


1- izkFkZuk lHkk rFkk izR;sd dkyka'k esa leLr Nk=ksa dh mifLFkfr vfuok;Z gSA Mh-,y-,M- okf"kZd ijh{kk esa
lfEefyr gksus ds fy, izR;sd v/;kiu fo"k; dkyka'k rFkk 'kkjhfjd f'k{kk dkyka'k esa 75 izfr'kr
mifLFkfr vfuok;Z gSA
2- izfrfnu egkfo|ky; fnup;kZ ds vkjaHk esa izkFkZuk lHkk vkSj blds i'pkr~ izR;sd dkyka'k esa
Nk=k/;kidksa dh mifLFkfr vafdr dh tkrh gSA
3- vodk'k lEiw.kZ l= esa dsoy 15 fnu dk gh fey ldsxkAfo'ks"k ifjfLFkfr;ksa esa Hkh 75 izfr'kr ls de
mifLFkfr gksus ij ijh{kk esa izfo"V gksus dh Lohd`fr ugha feysxhA
4- O;kogkfjd f'k{k.k vH;kl ds fnuksa esa vodk'k ns; ugha gS fQj Hkh ;fn dksbZ Nk=k/;kid vodk'k ij
tkrk gS vFkok vuqifLFkr jgrk gS rks mlds ifj.kkeLo:i mRiUu gksus okyh ifjfLFkfr;ksa dk nkf;Ro
Lo;a dk gksxkA
5- fu/kkZfjr U;wure vH;kl dk;Z dh iwfrZ ds vHkko esa Nk=k/;kid O;kogkfjd f'k{k.k dh ijh{kk esa
lfEefyr ugha gks ldsxkA
6- dsoy vlk/kkj.k ,oa furkUr vfuok;Z ifjfLFkfr;ksa esa gh Nk=k/;kidksa& Nk=k/;kfidkvksa dk vodk'k
Lohd`r fd;k tk ldsxkA vodk'k gsrq fyf[kr izkFkZuk&i= ij V~;wVksfj;y izHkkjh dh Lohd`fr izkIr gks
tkus ds Ik'pkr~ gh Nk=k/;kid mldk mi;ksx dj ldsaxsA
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7- Nk=k/;kid ds lkr fnu rd fujUrj vuqifLFkr jgus ij mldk uke dkV fn;k tk,xk] mldks izkpk;Z
dh vuqefr ij gh iqu% izos'k fn;k tk ldsxkA vf/kd vfu;ferrk djus ij deh'uj ,oa f'k{kk lfpo
dks lwfpr fd;k tk,xkA
8- tks fo|kFkhZ fdlh Hkh iz'u&i=] V~;wVksfj;y] ifj'kn~ dk;Ze] 'kkjhfjd f'k{kk esa U;wure mifLFkfr
vftZr ugha dj ik,xk] og fo'ofo|ky; dh ijh{kk ls oafpr dj fn;k tk,xkA oafpr Nk= vxys o"kZ
Hkh fu;fer :i ls egkfo|ky; esa v/;;u djus ds mijkUr gh ijh{kk esa lfEefyr gks ldsxkA
fo'ofo|ky; ijh{kk lEca/kh fu;e
,e-,M-] ,e-ih-,M-] ch-,M-&,e-,M-] ch-,M-] ch-,M-cky&fodkl] ch-,-&ch-,M- ,oa Mh-,y-,M-
ikB~;eksa esa tks Nk=k/;kid vifjgk;Z dkj.k ls fo'ofo|ky; dh lS)kfUrd ,oa izk;ksfxd ijh{kk esa lfEefyr
ugha gks ik;s gSa] os fuEukuqlkj vxys l= esa gksus okyh ikB~;e dh fo'ofo|ky; ijh{kk esa cSB ldsaxsA
1- dsoy fo'ofo|ky;h lS)kfUrd ijh{kk 'ks"k gks rFkk vkUrfjd lHkh dk;Z] l=h; ijh{kk rFkk vH;kl
f'k{k.k ls lEcaf/kr lEiw.kZ dk;Z e; izk;ksfxd ijh{kk iw.kZ dj yh gks os Nk=k/;kid ml ikB~;e esa
yxus okyh dqy Qhl dk ,d frgkbZ tek dj fo'ofo|ky; dh Lohd`fr izkIr dj fo'ofo|ky;
lS)kfUrd ijh{kk esa lfEefyr gks ldsaxsaA
2- dsoy fo'ofo|ky;h izk;ksfxd ijh{kk 'ks"k gks rFkk vkUrfjd rFkk ck lS)kfUrd ,oa vH;kl f'k{k.k
dk;Z lEiw.kZ dj fy;k gks os Nk=k/;kid ml ikB~;e esa yxus okyh dqy Qhl dk ,d frgkbZ tek dj
jftLVkj egksn; dh Lohd`fr izkIr dj fo'ofo|ky; dh izk;ksfxd ijh{kk esa lfEefyr gks ldsaxsaA
3- ,sls Nk=k/;kid ftudk vH;kl f'k{k.k ls lEcaf/kr lkekU; vH;kl ikB] bUVuZf'ki rFkk fo'ofo|ky;
izk;ksfxd ijh{kk 'ks"k gS os fo'ofo|ky;h dh Lohd`fr izkIr dj lS)kfUrd ijh{kk esa lfEefyr gks ldsaxs
ijUrq ml Nk=k/;kid dh lS)kfUrd dk;Z ls lEcaf/kr vkUrfjd rFkk ck ijh{kk iw.kZ gksuh pkfg,A
dqy 'kqYd dh os vk/kh Qhl tek djokdj iqu% vkiwfrZ dj ldsaxsA
4- ,sls Nk=k/;kid ftUgksus lS)kfUrd rFkk vH;kl f'k{k.k lEca/kh vkUrfjd dk;Z iw.kZ dj fy;s gS ysfdu
fo'ofo|ky; dh lS)kfUrd ,oa izk;ksfxd ijh{kk esa cSB ugh ik, gSA fo'ofo|ky; dh Lohd`fr izkIr
dj ml ikB~;e gsrq yxus okyh dqy Qhl dk nks frgkbZ Qhl tekdj ijh{kk esa lfEefyr gks
ldsaxsaA
5- ,e-,M-] ,e-ih-,M-] ch-,M-&,e-,M-] ch-,M-] ch-,M-cky&fodkl] ch-,-&ch-,M- ,oa Mh-,y-,M- ds
Nk=k/;kidksa ds vkUrfjd ewY;kadu esa lS)kfUrd tkp ijh{kk esa vuqifLFkr jgus okys Nk=k/;kidksa ds
fMQkYVj VsLV izkpk;Z dh fo'ks'k vuqefr ls gh gks ldsaxsaA
lkekU; lwpuk, rFkk funsZ'k
1- Ekgkfo|ky; esa f'k{k.k dk ek/;e fgUnh gksxk fdUrq fo|kFkhZ fo'ofo|ky; dh ,e,e-,M-] ,e-ih-,M-]
ch-,M-&,e-,M-] ch-,M-] ch-,M-cky&fodkl] ch-,-&ch-,M- ,oa Mh-,y-,M- dh lS)kfUrd ijh{kkvksa esa
fgUnh vFkok vaxzsth esa ls fdlh Hkh ek/;e dk mi;ksx dj ldsaxsaA
2- dksbZ Hkh fo|kFkhZ egkfo|ky; esa v/;;u djrs gq, u rks fdlh izdkj ds vfrfjDr ikB~;e dk v/;;u
dj ldsxk vkSj u gh iw.kZdkyhu vFkok va'kdkyhu ukSdjh dj ldsxkA
3- izR;sd fo|kFkhZ dks izos'k ds le; izkpk;Z dks ;g fyf[kr :i esa nsuk gksxk dh mldh ikfjokfjd
ifjfLFkfr;k mlds v/;;u rFkk vU; dk;Zeksa esa Hkkx ysus ds fy, fdlh Hkh izdkj ls ck/kd ugha
gksxhA
4- izR;sd fo|kFkhZ Ekgkfo|ky; ds fu;eksa rFkk le;&le; ij tkjh fd, tkus okys vkns'kksa dh ikyuk
djus ds fy, ck/; gksxkA Ekgkfo|ky; ds varfje fgrksa dh n`f'V ls vko';drk iM+us ij iz'kklu dks
fu;eksa esa la'kks/ku djus rFkk u;s fu;e cukus dk vf/kdkj gksxkA

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5- izR;sd fo|kFkhZ dks Ekgkfo|ky; dh vksj ls ,d ifjp; i= fn;k tk,xkA fo|kFkhZ dks pkfg;s fd
egkfo|ky; rFkk laiw.kZ laLFkk ifjlj esa bls xys esa yVdk dj j[ksA vU;Fkk mUgs dHkh Hkh izos'k ls jksdk
tk ldsxkA ckgj tkrs le; Hkh ;g ifjp;&i= vius lkFk j[ksaA
6- izR;sd fo|kFkhZ ls ;g vis{kk dh tkrh gS fd ;g lS)kfUrd v/;;u gsrq izR;sd iz'u&i= esa de ls de
nks iqLrdksa dh O;oLFkk Lo;a djsaA fHkUu&fHUu iz'u&i=ksa esa mi;ksxh iqLrdksa dh lwfp;k l=kjEHk esa rFkk
le;&le; ij egkfo|ky; }kjk miyC/k djokbZ tk,xhA
7- ,e-,M-] ,e-ih-,M-] ch-,M-&,e-,M-] ch-,M-] ch-,M-cky&fodkl] ch-,-&ch-,M- ,oa Mh-,y-,M-
ikB~;e esa xHkZorh efgyk izR;k'kh dks egkfo|ky; esa izos'k ugh ysuk pkfg,] D;ksafd bl fLFkfr esa
fu/kkZfjr mifLFkfr dks iwjk djus esa dfBukbZ gksuk LokHkkfod gSA
8- egkfo|ky; esa fdlh Hkh izk/;kid ,oa Nk=k/;kid@Nk=k/;kfidk ds lkFk vHknz O;ogkj djus ij
fu;ekuqlkj vuq'kklukRed dk;Zokgh dh tk,xhA
cSad
laLFkk ifjlj esa gh Hkkjrh; LVsV cSad dh 'kk[kk gSA fo|kFkhZ vko';drkuqlkj cSad lqfo/kkvksa dk ykHk mBk
ldrs gSaA
Nk=kokl
1- egkfo|ky; esa izfo'V izf'k{k.kkfFkZ;ksa ds fy, Nk=kokl dh O;oLFkk gSA egkfo|ky; ifjlj esa
Nk=k/;kidksa& Nk=k/;kfidkvksa ds vyx&vyx Nk=kokl dh fLFkr gSa tks leLr lqfo/kkvksa ls lEiUu
gS tSls& fctyh] ia[kk] 'kkSpky;] Lukuk?kj QuhZpj vkfnA blesa fuokl djus okyksa Nk=k/;kidksa&
Nk=k/;kfidkvksa dks Nk=kokl ds fu;eksa&mifu;eksa vkSj ijEijkvksa dk ikyu rFkk fu/kkZfjr fnup;kZ
dk vuqlj.k djuk vko';d gSA muls ;g mis{kk dh tkrh gS fd iw.kZr% vuq'kkluc) jgdj os
Nk=kokl ,oa ifjlj esa 'kkUr ,oa 'kkyhurk iw.kZ okrkoj.k cuk, j[kus esa lg;ksx djsaxsA izR;sd
izf'k{k.kkFkhZ dks Nk=kokl ds fu;eksa dk vfuok;Zr% ikyu djuk gksxkA
2- Nk=kokl es a gh la ; q D r loZ F kk 'kkdkgkjh Hkks t uky; gS tgk fuf'pr le; ij
Nk=k/;kid@Nk=k/;kfidkvksa dks nksuksa oDr Hkkstu d{k esa gh Hkkstu miyC/k gksrk gSA bl gsrq
egkfo|ky; iz'kklu }kjk fu/kkZfjr fd;k gqvk 'kqYd ns; gksxkA blds vfrfjDr pk; vYikgkj dh
lqfo/kk Hkh gSA ftlds fy;s fu/kkZfjr nj ds vuq:i Hkqxrku vfrfjDr ns; gksxkA
3- Le;&le; ij Nk=kokl esa lkfgfR;d] lkaLd`frd] ckSf)d dk;Zeksa dk vk;kstu gksrk jgrk gSA
Nk=k/;kid@Nk=k/;kfidkvksa ds vfHkHkkodksa ls ;g okaNuh; gksxk fd os muls de ls de lEidZ djsa]
tgk rd laHko gks] feyus dh lwpuk Hkh nsaA
iqLrdky; ,oa okpuky; lqfo/kk
Nk=k/;kidksa ds ykHkkFkZ egkfo|ky; dk viuk iqLrdky; gS gekjk ;g fodkleku iqLrdky; mi;ksxh
xzaFkksa 19795 dk laxzg gSA fu;fer :i ls fu;ekuqlkj iqLrdksa dk vknku&iznku fd;k tkrk gSA iqLrdky; esa
la;qDr okpuky;]lkef;d :fp dh fofHkUu fo'k;k/kkfjr ,oa fo'ks'k :i ls f'k{kk txr la lEcaf/kr
i=&if=dkvksa ls lqlfTtr gSA izR;ds ikBd dks iqLrdky; esa izos'k ds le; }kj ij izos'k iaftdk esa le;]
uke] fuxZe] vkxe] ikB~; lkexzh ,oa gLrk{kj lkQ v{kjks esa vafdr djus gksrs gS rFkk iqLrdky; ds fu;eksa dh
ikyuk djuk vfuok;Z gSA izos'k ds le; iqLrdky; ds fu;e miyC/k djk fn;s tkrs gSA
'kSf{kd&lkekftd dk;Z
'kSf{kd&lkekftd dk;Z dk egkfo|ky; dh fof'k"V izo`fk;ksa esa izeq[k LFkku gSA 'kSf{kd&lkekftd dk;Z dk
lS)kfUrd Kku ,oa izk;ksfxd vH;kl v/;kid ds O;kolkf;d thou dh ,d vfuok;Z vko';drk gSA f'k{kd

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ds pfj= o dk;Z 'kSyh dks visf{kr fn'kk esa eksM+us dh n`f"V ls Hkh ;g izo`fk vifjgk;Z fl) gqbZ gSA bl dk;Ze
ds vUrxZr izR;sd Lukrd f'k{kd ds fy, leqnk; ds lnL;ksa ds lkFk lHkh Lrjksa ij ?kfu"B lEca/k fodflr
djus ds mn~ns'; ls xkaoksa esa tkdj jguk o dk;Z djuk vko';d gksxkA bl dk;Ze dks lapkfyr djus ds fy,
izk/;kidksa dk ekxZn'kZu feyrk gSA 'kSf{kd lkekftd dk;Z esa izR;sd fo|kFkhZ ds fy, yxHkx 80 ?k.Vs dk;Z
djuk vko';d gSA izk;ksfxd dk;Z dh fu;ferrk o xq.kokk ds vuq:i mkhZ.k Nk=ksa dks xzsM fn;s tk;saxsaA 40
vad izk;ksfxd dk;Z ds fy, fu;r jgsaxsaA ;g izk;ksfxd ijh{kk vkUrfjd gksxhA
;ksx f'k{kk ikB~;e
ch-,M ,oa ch-,M cky&fodkl ikB~;e esa v/;;ujr Nk=k/;kidksa dks vius izf'k{k.k ds lkFk lkFk ;ksx
dk lS)kfUrd ,oa izk;ksfxd vH;kl Hkh djok;k tkrk gSA le; foHkkx p esa ;ksx gsrq fof'k"V d{kkvksa dks Hkh
LFkku fn;k gqvk gSA l= ds vUr esa budh lS)kfUrd ,oa izk;ksfxd ijh{kk, vk;ksftr dh tkrh gS ftlds
QyLo:i izf'k{k.kkfFkZ;ksa dks ;ksx f'k{kk ikB~;e dk izek.k i= iznku fd;k tkrk gSA
O;fDrxr funsZ'ku dk;Ze
'kS{kf.kd lkekftd dk;Z fof'k"V iz'u i= ds izk;ksfxd dk;Z dh vkaf'kd iwfrZ gsrq fo|kFkhZ fooj.k iqfLrdk
dk la/kkj.k izk;ksfxd fo|ky; esa fd;k tkrk gSA mDr iqfLrdk esa izk;ksfxd fo|ky; ds Nk=&Nk=kvksa dk
foLr`r fooj.k j[kk tkrk gSA ml fooj.k ds vk/kkj ij funsZ'ku ,oa ijke'kZ nsdj ckyd dh xq.kokk esa o`f) ,oa
izksRlkgu iznku fd;k tkrk gSA ch-,M ds Nk=k/;kid@Nk=k/;kfidkvksa }kjk JheUukjk;.k mPp ek/;fed
fo|ky; ds Nk=&Nk=kvksa dks rFkk ch-,M cky&fodkl ds Nk=k/;kid@Nk=k/;kfidkvksa }kjk vksiu pkbYM
MsoyiesaV lasVj ds uUgs&eqUus ckydksa dks mRd`'V Lrj ij ijke'kZ ,oa funsZ'ku iznku fd;k tkrk gSA bl fooj.k
iqfLrdk esa ifjp;kRed fooj.k] ikfjokfjd] ifjokj dh lkekftd&vkfFkZd fLFkfr dk v/;;u] vk; ds L=ksr]
fo|kFkhZ ds foxr rhu l= v/;;u dk 'kSf{kd fooj.k] ikB~;ksj izo`fk;k rFkk funsZ'ku dh vko';drk fcanq
bR;kfn lekfgr gSA
ou'kkyk f'kfoj
;g ikB~;e dk vfHkUu vax gSA 'kSf{kd lkekftd dk;Z dh izfriwfrZ gsrq leqnk; ds fofHkUu i{kksa ij losaZ]
lekt lsok ,oa lsok izlkj dk;Ze ds fy, 5 ls 7 fnu dk f'kfoj vk;ksftr gksrk gSA ftlesa lEiw.kZ
egkfo|ky; xzkeh.k {ks= esa izLFkku djrk gSA bl dk;Z gsrq lHkh Nk=k/;kidksa dks egkfo|ky; }kjk fu/kkZfjr
Hkkstu 'kqYd nsuk gksxkA
O;fDrxr ekxZn'kZu rFkk laaf'k{kdh; d{kk,
izf'k{k.kk/khu Lukrd f'k{kdksa dks laaf'k{kdh; (Tutorial) dk;Z ds fy, NksVs&NksVs lewgksa esa foHkDr dk
fn;k tk,xk] tgk os vius izHkkjh izk/;idksa ls lS)kfUrd ,oa f'k{k.k vH;kl ds dk;Z ls lEcaf/kr dfBukb;ksa ij
ppkZ dj ldsxsaA blds vfrfjDr bu d{kkvksa esa 'kSf{kd leL;kvksa ij ifjlaokn] i=okpu] Hkk"k.k vkfn
xfrfof/k;k vk;ksftr dh tk,xhA izR;sd Lukrd f'k{kd ds fy, bu d{kkvksa ls l=h; dk;Z ekxZn'kZu dh
O;oLFkk jgsxhA ftls fu/kkZfjr frfFk rd iwjk dj izHkkjh izk/;kid dks lkSaiuk gksxkA
fryd vklu O;k[;kuekyk
fryd vklu O;k[;kuekyk ds vUrxZr izfro"kZ fdlh jk"Vh; vFkok vUrZjk"Vh; [;kfr izkIr f'k{kkfon~ ds
}kjk f'k{kk ds uohu vk;ke ij O;k[;ku rFkk ifjppkZ vk;ksftr dh tkrh gSA
{ks=kuqHko f'k{k.k vH;kl dk;Ze
Lukrd f'k{kdksa dks leqnk; dsfUnzr f'k{kk ,oa lkekftd lgHkkfxrk ds izR;{k vuqHko iznku djus dh n`f"V
ls {ks=kuqHko f'k{k.k vH;kl dk;Ze mn;iqj rFkk blds fudVorhZ ftyksa ds xzkeh.k fo|ky;ksa esa vk;ksftr
fd;k tkrk gSA bl dk;Ze esa gksus okys Hkkstu O;oLFkk gsrq izR;sd fo|kFkhZ dks fu;ekuqlkj vfrfjDr Hkqxrku

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djus dk izko/kku j[kk x;k gSA bl dk;Ze esa eqfDr ugha fey ldsxhA vuqifLFkr fo|kFkhZ ch-,M@ch-,M
cky&fodkl dh okf"kZd izk;ksfxd ijh{kk esa ugha cSB ldsaxsaA
'kS{kf.kd Hkze.k
fo|kfFkZ;ksa dks 'kSf{kd vuqHko iznku djus ds mn~ns'; ls izfro"kZ ,d 'kS{kf.kd Hkze.k vk;ksftr fd;k tkrk
gSA bl dk;Ze esa fdlh dk;Z fnol dk mi;ksx ugha fd;k tk ldsxkA
iqjkru Nk= ifj"kn
egkfo|ky; ds HkwriwoZ Nk=ksa dh vko';drkvksa ,oa vfHk:fp;ksa dh iwfrZ fd fy, iqjkru Nk= ifj"kn dh
LFkkiuk dh xbZ gSA dk;Z xksf"B;ksa] lHkkvksa lsokjr v/;kidksa ds fy, mi;ksxh vusd dk;Zeksa] egkfo|ky; ds
fofo/k lekjksgksa ds ek/;e ls HkwriwoZ Nk=ksa ls fujUrj lEidZ cukus dh Hkh ;kstuk gSA
JO;&n`'; iz;ksx'kkyk
Ekgkfo|ky; ds JO;&n`'; foHkkx }kjk f'k{k.k vH;kl gsrq Nk=k/;kidksa ,oa izk/;kidksa dks
vko';drkuqlkj foHkkx ls JO;&n`'; lkexzh miyC/k djkbZ tkrh gSA foHkkx esa vPNh la[;k esa pkVZ] izfreku]
yisVQyd] ekufp=] vks-,p-ih-] LykbZM izkstsDVj] dEI;wVj]Vh-oh-] Vsi fjdkMZj vkfn miyC/k gSA budk iz;ksx
Nk=k/;kid ,oa f'k{kd lw{e f'k{k.k vH;kl] f'k{k.k vH;kl] lsokjr f'k{k.k izf'k{k.k] ,u-lh-Vh-bZ }kjk fu/kkZfjr
izk;ksfxd dk;Z ds fy, djrs gSA bu lHkh dk d{kk esa mi;ksx djus dk izf'k{k.k iwoZ esa iznku fd;k tkrk gSA
euksoSKkfud iz;ksx'kkyk
egkfo|ky; esa LFkkfir euksoSKkfud iz;ksx'kkyk esa cqf}yfC/k] lek;kstu] ltZukRedrk] vfHk#fp]
vfHko`fk] ewY;ksa vkfn ds ekiu ds fy, 'kkfCnd ,oa v'kkfCnd ekud ijh{k.kksa dh O;oLFkk miyC/k gSA ;g
iz;ksx'kkyk Lukrd] Lukrdkskj] 'kks/k o vU; fo|kfFkZ;ksa dh euksoSKkfud ijh{k.k laca/kh vko';drkvksa dks iwjk
dj jgh gSA jk"Vh; v/;kid f'k{kk ifj"kn~ ds funsZ'kkuqlkj ch-,M- dk izR;sd Nk=k/;kid rhu euksoSKkfud
ijh{k.kksa dk iz'kklu] fo'ys"k.k ,oa izfrosnu ys[ku djrk gsS lkFk gh mUgs vf/kxe ls lEcaf/kr iz;ksxksa dk vH;kl
Hkh djk;k tkrk gSA ,e-,M- ,oa ih,p-Mh ds Nk=ksa ds }kjk iz;ksx'kkyk dk mi;ksx 'kks/k dk;Z ds fy, fd;k tkrk
gSA
dEI;wVj ysc
egkfo|ky; esa 65 dEI;wVj ,oa bUVjusV lqfo/kk;qDr ysc miyC/k gSA izR;sd Nk= dks dEI;wVj f'k{kk esa
lS)kfUrd ,oa izk;ksfxd dk;Z dk o`gk f'k{kd&izf'k{k.k fn;k tkrk gSA
Hkk"kk iz;ksx'kkyk
egkfo|ky; esa 31 dEI;wVj ls lqlfTtr fMthVy Hkk"kk iz;ksx'kkyk gSA blesa Nk=k/;kidksa esa Hkk"kk;h
dkS'kyksa dk fodkl fd;k tkrk gSA ;g euksoSKkfud xksiuh;rk ds lkFk Nk=k/;kidksa esa lquus ds dkS'ky dks
fodflr djus vkSj lapkj dh izf;k esa lq/kkj djus esa ,d egRoiw.kZ usVodZ vuqiz;ksx gSA blesa Hkk"kk ds lHkh
tfVy igyqvksa dks le>k tk ldrk gSA ;gka Hkk"kk f'k{k.k ds lHkh Lrj ds ekWM;wy ,oa 'kCndks"k miyC/k gSA
LekVZ d{kk&d{k
Ekgkfo|ky; esa uohu midj.kksa ls lqlfTtr LekVZ d{kk&d{k miyC/k gSA egkfo|ky; esa lapkfyr ,e-,M-
] ,e-ih-,M-] ch-,M-&,e-,M-] ch-,M-] ch-,M-cky&fodkl] ch-,-&ch-,M- ,oa Mh-,y-,M- ikB~;eksa esa
izf'k{k.kkfFkZ;ksa dks blds ek/;e ls Hkh f'k{k.k dk;Z djok;k tkrk gSA bleas 60 Nk=ksa ds cSBus dh O;oLFkk gSA lh-
Vh-bZ ;kstukUrxZr vk;ksftr lsokjr f'k{kd&izf'k{k.k dk;Zeksa esa Hkkx ysus okys f'k{kd Hkh bl d{kk&d{k ls
ykHkkfUor gksrs gS ,oa uohure rduhdh lapkyu djuk lh[krs gSA

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'kSf{kd&izkS|ksfxdh iz;ksx'kkyk
Nk=k/;kidksa dks 'kSf{kd rduhdh eas n{k djus gsrq izkS|ksfxdh iz;ksx'kkyk dh lqfo/kk gSA ftlesa Ik;kZIr
la[;k ea vks-,p-ih-] LykbM izkstsDVj] ekl dE;wfuds'ku midj.k] Mh-oh-Mh- Iys;j] Vh-oh- lsV] Vsi fjdkWMZj
vkfn miyC/k gSA
fo"k; ifj"kn~
fo"k; dks xgurk ls le>kus ,oa fo"k; esa :fp tkx`r djus gsrq egkfo|ky; esa fo"k; ifj"knksa dk xBu
fd;k tkrk gSA egkfo|ky; esa 6 fo"k; ifj"knsa xfBr dh tkrh gSa&
1- HkkSfrd foKku] xf.kr ifj"kn~ 2- tho foKku ifj"kn~
3- bfrgkl ukxfkd 'kkL= ifj"kn~ 4- vFkZ'kkL= okf.kT; ifj"kn~
5- Hkk"kk ifj"kn~ 6- Hkwxksy] lkekftd v/;;u ifj"kn~
bu ifj"knksa esa fo"k; fo'ks"k dh okrkZ,a] fHkkh if=dk rFkk lkaLd`frd dk;Zeksa dk vk;kstu] 'kSf{kd Hkez.k]
fDot] fofHkUu fnolksa dk vk;kstu vkfn dk;Ze Hkh gksrs gSA
[ksydwn
[ksy] LiksVZl rFkk 'kkjhfjd izf'k{k.k egkfo|ky; ds lexz 'kSf{kd vuqHko dk vax gSA egkfo|ky; esa
izfro"kZ okf'kZd izfr;ksfxrk vk;ksftr dh tkrh gS] ftlesa Nk= oxZ esa okWyhckWy] QqVckWy] fdsV] csMfeUVu]
Vscy&Vsful] ,FksfyfVDl dh izfr;ksfxrk,a vk;ksftr dh tkrh gS] ogha Nk=k oxZ esa csMfeUVu] Vscy&Vsful]
,FksfyfVDl] fjax izfr;ksfxrk,a vk;ksftr dh tkrh gSA vr% buds lEcaf/kr izo`fk;ksa esa Hkkx ysuk izR;sd Lukrd
f'k{kd ds fy, vfuok;Z gksxkA fo'ofo|ky; }kjk dsUnzh; Lrj ij Li/kkZ, vk;ksftr dh tkrh gS ftlesa
egkfo|ky; ds fo|kFkhZ Hkh Hkkx ysrs gSA cksMZ vkWQ LiksVZl }kjk [ksydwn izfr;ksfxrk,a vk;ksftr dh tkrh gS]
blesa 12 Vhesa Hkkx ysrh gSA] mlesa egkfo|ky; dh vksj ls ,d Vhe lfEefyr gksrh gSA fotsrk ,oa mifotsrk
Vhe dks fo'ofo|ky; Lrj ij iqjLd`r fd;k tkrk gSA ftlesa Js"B f[kykfM;ksa dk p;u dj vUr%
fo'ofo|ky; izfr;ksfxrk esa Hkstk tkrk gSA
izdk'ku
egkfo|ky; ds izdk'ku foHkkx }kjk yksdekU; f'k{kd ,oa laHkkouk uked nks if=dkvksa dk izdk'ku
fd;k tkrk gSA egkfo|ky; dk izdk'ku foHkkx foxr 44 o"kksZa ls vuojr :i ls yksdekU; f'k{kd uked
if=dk okf"kZd :i ls izdkf'kr dh tk jgh gS blesa f'k{kk ds fofHkUu vk;keksa ls lEcaf/kr vkys[k izdkf'kr fd;s
tk jgs gSA lu~ 2009 ls bl if=dk dks v}Zokf"kZd cuk;k x;k gSA bl laif=dk dh xq.kkRedrk ,oa vuojr
izdk'ku dks ns[krs gq, jk"Vh; foKku iqLrdky; ,oa jk"Vh; ISSN, NISCAIR dsUnz ubZ fnYyh us bl laif=dk dks ISSN
cuk;k gS blds ISSN 0975&4636 gaSA
izdk'ku foHkkx }kjk gh egkfo|ky; dh leLr okf"kZd xfrfof/k;ksa ,oa Nk=k/;kidksa dh l`tukRedrk
jpukvksa dks laHkkouk if=dk esa izdkf'kr fd;k tkrk gSA izR;sd Lukrd f'k{kd ls vis{kk dh tkrh gS fd og
vius V~;wVksfj;y ds izHkkjh izk/;kid ds funsZ'ku esa ,d ekSfyd jpuk fy[kdj izdk'ku foHkkx dks tek djok,A
Nk=k/;kidksa ls izkIr izdk'ku ;ksX; mi;qDr jpuk, okf"kZd if=dk laHkkouk esa izdkf'kr dh tkrh gSA
laHkkouk o"kZ i;ZUr egkfo|ky; esa gqbZ xfrfof/k;ksa] izo`fk;ksa dk ys[kk&tks[kk gSA lkFk gh bl if=dk esa
Nk=k/;kidksa ds lEidZ lw= LFkk;h irsa Hkh izdkf'kr fd;s tkrs gaS] tks Nk=k/;kidksa dks egkfo|ky; ls ,oa
leLr izf'k{k.kkfFkZ;ksa dks thou i;ZUr tksMs+ j[krs gSaA
lh-Vh-bZ- ;kstuk
ekuo lalk/ku fodkl ea=ky;] ubZ fnYyh us yksdekU; fryd f'k{kd izf'k{k.k egkfo|ky;] Mcksd dks
lsokjr f'k{kk izlkj] 'kks/k dk;Z ,oa ysc ,fj;k esa fof'k"V dk;Ze djus gsrq lh-Vh-bZ- dk fo'ks"k ntkZ 1993 esa

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iznku fd;k FkkA nf{k.kh jktLFkku ds 6 ftyksa Mqaxjiqj] cklokM+k] fpkkSMx<+] jktlean] fljksgh rFkk HkhyokM+k
ftyksa esa dk;Zjr f}rh; Js.kh ds f'k{kd fofHkUu fo"k;ksa esa lsokjr izf'k{k.k izkIr djrs gSA bl izk;kstuk ds rgr
f'k{kdksa dks Fkhe vk/kkfjr fo"k;ksa tula[;k f'k{kk] dsfj;j] funsZ'ku] rduhdh ,oa dEI;wVj f'k{kk] ewY; f'k{kk]
i;kZoj.k f'k{kk] vkink izca/k] iqLrdky; f'k{kk] n`";&JO; rduhdh ,oa f;kRed vuqla/kku ij Hkh izf'k{k.k
iznku fd;k tkrk gSA bl ;kstuk ds rgr vc rd 456 dk;Z'kkykvksa esa 6200 f'k{kd ykHkkfUor gks pqds gSaA
egkfo|ky; ds vdknfed lnL; fo|ky;h f'k{kk ds {ks= esa mudh vko';drk ds vk/kkj ij 'kks/k dk;Z Hkh
djrs gSa fo|ky;h {ks= esa vHkh rd 42 izk;kstuk, lEikfnr gks pqdh gSA egkfo|ky; ds 8 fdeh dh ifjf/k esa
vkus okys fo|ky;ksa ;Fkk JheUukjk;.k lh-lS- Ldwy]Mcksd] jk-lh-ek-fo- Nk= Mcksd] jk-ck-ek-fo-] Mcksd Nk=k
rFkk jk-lh-ek-fo-] nsckjh dks bl egkfo|ky; dk ysc ,fj;k tkuk x;k gS tgk fof'k"V dk;Ze vk;ksftr fd,
tkrs gSA
tuqHkkbZ jksoj w
tuqHkkbZ jksoj w egkfo|ky; ds ch-,l-Vh-lh-orZeku esa Mh-,y-,M- ds :i esa lapkfyr foHkkx esa lu~
2010 ls lapkfyr gSA blds vUrxZr izf'k{k.kkfFkZ;ksa esa i;kZoj.k laj{k.k] vkRelEeku] vuq'kklu] lkeqnkf;d
lgHkkfxrk ,oa lkef;d lejlrk fodflr djus ds fy, iz;kljr gSA
LdkmV bdks Dyc
LdkmV bdks Dyc ds rgr e'k% ikS/k&jksi.k] pqXxk&nkuk ,oa ikuh ifj.Mk cka/kus ds lkFk&lkFk
izf'k{k.kkfFkZ;ksa ds pgqeq[kh fodkl ds dk;Ze vk;ksftr fd, tkrs gSA
lkaLd`frd ,oa lkfgfR;d izfr;ksfxrk,
izf'k{k.kkfFkZ;ksa ds lokZxha.k fodkl dks ewrZ:i iznku djus gsrq egkfo|ky; esa le;&le; ij lkaLd`frd
,oa lkfgfR;d izfr;ksfxrkvksa dk vk;kstu fd;k tkrk gSA

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GLIMPSES

'kSf{kd vuqla/kku ij vk;ksftr jk"Vh; dk;Z'kkyk


jSyh fudkyrs gq, izf'k{k.kkFkhZ
esa nhi izTtoyu djrs gq, vfrfFk vkSj izkpk;Z

jk"Vh; dk;Z'kkyk esa eapklhu vfrfFkx.k fryd vklu O;k[;kuekyk esa O;k[;ku nsrs gq,
izks- ewypan 'kekZ ,oa eapklhu vfrfFkx.k

f'k{kd fnol ij dqyifr egksn; nhi izTtoyu djrs gq, lkaLd`frd dk;Ze esa Hkkx ysrs gq, Nk=k/;kid&Nk=k/;kfidk,

lkaLd`frd dk;Ze esa Hkkx ysrs gq, Nk=k/;kid&Nk=k/;kfidk, NAAC fujh{k.k ny egkfo|ky; dk i;Zos{k.k djrs gq,

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DEPARTMENT OF PHYSIOTHERAPY
FACULTY OF MEDICINE
Recognized by Indian Association of Physiotherapists (I.A.P.)
Dabok, Udaipur-313 022 (Raj.) Ph.: 0294-2656271
Fax : 0294-2656271 Mob.: 09414234293
Email :principaljrnrvdpt@yahoo.in

ABOUT DEPARTMENT
Considering the scope of physiotherapy as professional course and with an intention to develop
various faculties the university established the Rajasthan Vidyapeeth Physiotherapy Department in
the Year 2000 at Dabok Campus. Since then for the past seventeen years, Physiotherapy department
has been making records in the eld of academics and medicine. Department of Physiotherapy is the
rst college in Rajasthan State that is recognized by the State Government and Indian Association of
Physiotherapists. This Department provides quality teaching, Training and other Facilities to the
Students. In addition to providing the knowledge of medicine and treatment, the Department
conduct medical Conferences , Debates , Music and Dance Competitions, game and sports for the
development of the students. Every year at least two International or National
Conference/Workshops are organized by the Department of Physiotherapy.
PHYSIOTHERAPY TREATMENT
Physiotherapy treatment is a particular way to treating various ailments of human body. The
treatment is conducted by using various instruments and by suitable exercises. After completing the
course the students are awarded doctor's degree. All the ailments related to the bones, muscles and
veins are treated by physiotherapy treatment .after operations, the patients are brought back to
normal activities by physiotherapy treatment. Today, physiotherapy has become an indispensable
part of all types of operations complete physiotherapy treatments are available for the cases such as
polio, back ache, joint knee disorder , pain in the heels, diabetics , obesity , blood pressure, slip disc,

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cervical and lumbar spondylitis, cerebral palsy and head injury , spinal cord injury , asthma and all
sorts of fracture, muscular dystrophy etc. Therapy treatments are also available for all types of
ailments of children.
OBJECTIVE
To Rehabilitate the needy once in the tribal & rural.
Make aware the people regarding the deformity and ways of deformity prevention by means
of rural surveys and guidance towards removal of poverty along with treatment protocol.
To advice the rural and tribal society for diet and prevention of the deformity like rickets,
kwashiorkor due to mal nutrition and polio, cerebral palsy & treatment of pediatrics,
neurological, orthopedics disorders etc.
To impart skills of working with community.
To prepare competent and committed Physiotherapist.

MISSION
The mission of the institute is to develop value oriented, dynamic physiotherapist who can
serve efciently for disabled and physically challenged people at hospital, institution and for rural,
tribal community and in different social situations.
GOALS
To Rehabilitate the needy ones in the tribal & rural areas.
Make aware the people regarding the deformity and ways of deformity prevention by means
of rural surveys and guidance towards removal of poverty along with treatment protocol.
To advice the rural and tribal society for diet and prevention of the deformity like rickets,
kwashiorkor due to mal nutrition and polio, cerebral palsy & treatment of pediatrics,
neurological, Orthopedics disorders etc.
To impart skills of working with community.
To prepare competent and committed Physiotherapist.
Infrastructure the Campus: The widely-spread campus located at NH-76, near Udaipur
Airport at Dabok covering 20 Acres of prime land area.
University central ofce located in the heart of city at Pratap Nagar.
Independent administrative block and examination section.
Well-equipped laboratories.
Spacious well ventilated furnished classrooms with advance audio-visual aids.
Huge Seminar Hall and Conference Hall with a capacity of 500 students.
2 Auditorium with all facilities.
50 bedded multi-specialty hospital with 24 hrs. emergency services.
Nine Physiotherapy outpatientdepartments with a outcome of 50 patient per day.
Recreational and sports Centre for indoor and outdoor games.
Well-equipped Gymnasium.
Wi-Fi Campus
Smart Class Room
CCTV in Full Campus

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Separate Girls & Boys hostel.
Transportation facilities between city and campus.
Parking facility for students and staff.
Exchange Programme for Faculty & Students between JRNRV Department of Physiotherapy
and Slippery Rock University- Pennsylvania- USA
Laboratories
Well settled Anatomy and Physiology labs with all facilities provided for research and practical
training to students.
Well-equipped Exercise Therapy Department and Electro-Therapy Department that provide
knowledge about the latest method of treatment with latest equipment's.
Neuro-diagnostic lab with all advanced facilities like Electro-myographic (EMG), Nerve
Conduction Velocity Test (NCV), Bio-feedback etc.

Anatomy Lab Exercise Therapy lab

Out Patient Department Physiology Lab

Electrotherapy lab Out Patient Department

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Classroom & Library
Classrooms : The Dept. has a sufcient number of spacious and ventilated lecture rooms. They
are well-equipped with the latest audio-visual teaching aids. Teaching Methodology following
teaching methods are using for upgrading teaching standard
Classroom teaching
Assignments
Seminars
Audio-visual aids
Paper Presentation
Group Discussion
Charts & Study Materials
Models
Smart Class Room
Clinical Training
Community Survey
Camps

Library & Reading Room :The Dept. has a small nuclear library containing about 10,000
books for B.P.T.& M.P.T. Though small the
collection of titles in the stocks but it
provides a good cross section of text and
reference material on the subject of
instructions and general interest of students
of the Physiotherapy. The students have
additional facility of membership of the
University Central Library & whole
collection of journals and magazines is
legendary.
Hostel Rules
(a) The Student shall not be allowed to leave the hostel
without the permission of the Principal and
Warden.
(b) Single seated rooms are not available.
(c) Day and timings are xed for the outing of hostel
Students.
(d) Students going out have to enter their names
timings and purpose for going out in the register
provided for the same
(e) Students shall not be allowed to leave the hostel
premises except the vacations according to the
Academic Calendar of the Department.
(f) For leaving hostel in any emergency circumstance
the parents shall come themself and take their child,
if not possible they should send a written
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(g) Use of any unauthorized electrical gadgets shall not be permitted in the rooms.
(h) Students are expected to maintain perfect discipline and proper atmosphere of studies in
the hostel.
(i) No student should entertain unauthorized guest.
(j) Mess is compulsory for all the students residing in the hostel.
Mess Rules
1. The students have to abide by the timings of the mess.
2. Mess fees will be charged for 10 months in two installments
3. To avail the mess facility for guardian the student shall inform the mess in charge at least 2
hours before and an additional charge of Rs.50/- permeal shall be deposited
4. Mess Fees is subjected to change every year
Core Faculty
S. No. Name Designation Qualication
01 Dr. Shailendra Mehta Principal M.P.T. (Ortho)
02 Dr. S.B. Nagar Asst. Professor B.P.T .
03 Dr. Sumeeta K. Grover Asst. Professor M.P.T. (Cardio)
04 Dr. Vinod Nair Asst. Professor B.P.T .
05 Dr. Pragya Bhatt Asst. Professor M.Sc. (Anatomy)
06 Dr. Vinita Baghela Asst. Professor M.P.T. (Ortho)
07 Dr. Pawan Agarwal Asst. Professor M.P.T. (Neuro)
08 Dr. Mamta Sehrawat Asst. Professor M.P.T. (Ortho)
09 Dr. Arushi Tandon Physiotherapist B.P.T.
10 Mr. Liladhar Nagda Librarian M. Lib.

Guest Faculty
S. No. Name Qualication Designation
01 Dr. Anil Dhruv Professor M.D. (Pathology)
02 Dr. C.K. Ameta Professor M.S. (Ortho)
03 Dr. Anil Gupta Professor M.S. (Ortho)
04 Dr. Gagandeep Gambir Professor M.D.
05 Dr. Praveen Doshi Professor Ph.D.
06 Dr. A.K. Purohit Professor M.S. (Ortho)
07 Dr. K.K. Sharma Professor M.S. (Surgery)
08 Dr.T.S. Arora Professor M.S. (Surgery)
09 Dr. Abhishek Tripati Associate Professor M.S. (Surgery)
10 Dr. Manoj Patidar Associate Professor M.D. (Medicine)
11 Dr. Ajay Chouhan Associate Professor M.S. (Ortho)
12 Dr. Arvind Yadav Associate Professor M.D. (Pharma)
13 Dr. Ravi Thakur Associate Professor M.B.B.S.
14 Dr. Udit Shah Assistant Professor B. Tech.

ABOUT PHYSIOTHERAPY
Physiotherapy has its origin in ancient times with advent of manipulation and massage in China
circa 3000 BC. Hippocrates in 460 BC described Massage and Hydrotherapy. Physiotherapy grew
rapidly after Second World War with spinal injury units, orthopedics hospitals and chest clinics
providing new challenges to the profession.
Major conditions managed by physiotherapists can be grouped into 4 categories:

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1. Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy: Various modalities including stretching, endurance
manual techniques, soft tissue therapy, cryotherapy, heat therapy are available & it also
deals with sports injuries.
2. Cardiopulmonary Physiotherapy: Physiotherapy treat acute problems like asthma,
acute chest infection trauma, chronic condition like chronic obstructive pulmonary
disease (COPD), cystic brosis, post myocardial infarction (MI) pneumonia & dealing in
ICU and ICCU.
3. Neurological Physiotherapy: Treatment of neurological condition that is based on
exercises to restore sensory motor function and improve motor patterns, coordination of
movements and to provide & Improve good quality of life.
4. Integumentary Physiotherapy: Treatment of conditions involving skin and related
organs including debridement of wound, burns, dressing, scar prevention and reduction
along with lymphoderma, Physiotherapist has clinical independence.
Relevance of Physiotherapy in Modern Era: Physiotherapy plays a signicant role in modern
era, there are increased health problems due to sedentary life style and environmental condition.

PHYSIOTHERAPY HELPS IN PHYSIOTHERAPY TREATMENT


1. Painful conditions such as arthritis. INCLUDE
2. Back and Neck pain. 1. Exercise Programmes.
3. Problems of children like cerebral
2. Manipulation and Mobilization.
palsy.
4. Pregnancy related symptoms like 3. Electro-therapy.
stress incontinence. 4. Acupuncture.
5. Repetitive strain injury. 5. Hydrotherapy - Exercise in water.
6. Asthma and other breathing
6. Massage.
difculties.
7. Sports injuries.
8. Stroke and other neurological
problems.
9. Symptoms of stress and anxiety.
10. Pre-and post-operative P.T.
11. Stroke

Alumni Meet organized by Department of Physiotherapy

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About the Course
Total Seats/Reservation for M.P.T.
Master of Physiotherapy
Duration: 2 year S. No. Number of Seats 15
1 Category A Open/Merit 10
2 Category B Payment Seat 05
Admission Procedure
APPLICATION FORM:
Prospectus along with application form can be obtained from the Janardan Rai Nagar
Vidyapeeth Department of Physiotherapy, Dabok on payment of 500/- (Rupees Five hundred
only) in cash and 600/- through a crossed demand draft in favour of Principal, College of
Physiotherapy, Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University payable at Udaipur
ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION:
Candidate who had completed B.P.T. or B.Sc.P.T. in this University or any University that is
recognized with minimum overall percentage of 50% is eligible for Direct Admission.
SPECIALITIES IN THE COURSE
a) MPT in Musculo-Skeletal Disorders.
b) MPT in Neurological & Psychosomatic disorders.
c) MPT in cardio-respiratory disorder and intensive care.
d) MPT in sports physiotherapy.
e) MPT in Pediatrics.
Specialties in Master of Physiotherapy course will be allotted according to preference given
by the candidate in admission form.
FINAL SELECTION FOR M.P.T.
1. Selected candidates, who fail to pay their fees within the notied date, will forfeit their
seats which will be allotted to the next deserving candidate.
2. A student admitted on the basis of wrong information given or wrong accompaniments to
the application is liable to be expelled from the department at any time during the course of
his/her studies.
3. The Principal/Selection Committee has the right to refuse admission to any candidate
without assigning and reason.
Selected candidates must submit the following documents at time of admission:
1. An original marks sheets of all the years of B.P.T. (Bachelor of Physiotherapy).
2. An original Certicate of Secondary & Senior Secondary Examination and Original
Transfer Certicate, Character Certicate.
3. Original Migration Certicate.
4. Original Internship Completion, Course Completion.
5. Original Provisional Degree Certicate / Degree Certicate.
6. A Certicate of Physical Fitness from a registered Medical Practitioner.
7. A declaration by the students that he is not engaged in any other occupation/not studying in
any other institution.
8. Passport and stamp size photographs 04 nos. each.

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MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION: Medium of instruction for lecturers and examination will
be in English for B.P.T. &M.P.T.
Fee Structure
Category B.P.T. M.P.T.
Open / Merit 51,000/- per year 81,000/- per year
Payment Seat 81,000/- per year 1,26,000/- per year
Examination Fees
4,000/- Per Exam. 6,000/- Per Exam.
(Main & supplementary)
Re admission form and prospectus fee 500/- Per Year 500/- Per Year
Workshop/ Conference Fee
Rs. 2000/- Per Annum (Subject to change every year)
(For New Batch)
Hostel Fees Rs. 30,000/- Per Annum (Subject to change every year)
Mess Fees Rs. 25,000/- Per Annum (Subject to change every year)

Rules & Regulations


Fees Rules
Fees once paid will not be refundable under any circumstances and is subject to modication.
Hostel caution money is refundable 6 months after leaving hostel accommodation and
submission of no dues certicate and original receipt.
Each student shall pay examination fee for the University Examination as prescribed by the
University.
Incase of discontinuation / transfer the student shall deposit the complete fee of the entire
course, otherwise college / university will neither issue the NOC nor refund the caution
money.
Failure to pay the term fees before the stipulated date shall invite penalty.
In addition to the prescribed fees each student has to pay examination and other fees of the
University.
Thereis no changes in fees once deposited.
If student doing MPT research work or BPT Internship from outside the department fee will
be paid by student.

New Course
Fellowship in Geriatrics Physiotherapy Care (FGPC)
Eligibility Duration No. of Seats Fee Per Annum Examination Fee
Graduation/post-graduation in
1 year 25 20000/- 2000/-
Physiotherapy
OPD'S Hospitals
Institute have its own 9 Out Patients Department (OPD) where Practical and Clinical Training
is given to the students.
The institute is attached with Prayas Sansthan (Institute of Disabled Children), Udaipur for
clinical training.
Institute also attached with 25 bedded Orthopedic Lakecity Hospital & Research Center, Anil
Orthopedic & Trauma Center, Sevashram, Udaipur.
The institute is attached with 200 bedded GBH American Super Specialty Hospital and
Research Center, Udaipur for clinical practice of students.

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The institute is attached with Govt. RNT Medical College for the M.P.T. Clinical Training
Programme. Institute have its own peripheral out patient's department at various places in
Udaipur City like :
1. Department of Physiotherapy, Dabok (OPD) 2. Agrawal Dharmshala Physiotherapy (OPD)
3. Shramjeevi College Physiotherapy (OPD) 4. PrayasSansthan, Udaipur (OPD)
5. Lakecity Hospital (OPD) 6. Anil Orthopedic Hospital (OPD)
7. Udaipur Pensioner Society (OPD) 8. MewarOrthopaedics Hospital (OPD)
9. Choudhary Hospital, Udaipur (OPD)

college outpatient department(OPD)

CME & Workshop


Physiotherapy Department regularly organizes CME
and National Level Workshop Programme twice a year by
resource person in various elds of Physiotherapy for up
gradation of students' knowledge and rehabilitation skills.
Tours
Department organizes Education Tours where our
students visits various well-known hospitals and research
center in the eld for Physio- therapy and Medical Health
Care.
Students visiting Indian Rehabilitation Institute,
Mumbai & Leprosy Center, Pune.
Campus & Survey
Our students under the guidance of expert Physiotherapist have organized many camp in various
Govt. and Private Organizations, few of them are:

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a) Monthly free check-up & treatment camp at all
peripheral O.P. D's.
b) Camp with District Rehabilitation Center,
Udaipur.
c) Camp with all disabled children organizations.
Department Hours: The normal department hours,
unless otherwise announced by the principal, extend a
week day from 9.30 A.M. to 3.30 P.M. The department will be closed on Sunday and Govt. Holidays.
Attendance: A minimum of 75% attendance is required in all subject separately (Lectures
&Practical) for examination if his or her attendance falls below this percentage, student will be
discarded from the examination
It is compulsory to appear in Pre-University Examination conducted by Dept. to become eligible
for University Examination Practical les shall be completed with the completion of that particular
Practical / Visit.
Conveyance: We have two department bus facilities for students & staff.
General Rules
(a) Student must regularly attend the classes according to the scheduled time. A minimum of
75% attendance in each subject is compulsory otherwise the student shall not be allowed to
appear in the examination. In the rest 25% (out of 100%) consideration for medical, sports
etc. is included.
(b) Only authorized users/students are allowed to enter the college premises. So all
users/student are required to carry their identity card issued by the college always with
them and are required to show it on demand.
(c) A student who misbehaves and does not follow the instructions of Teacher will be recorded
in the personal le of the student and disciplinary action will be taken against him / her.
The Principal is empowered to refuse admission, if the student is found acting in a manner
causing interruption to the smooth running of the college.
(d) No candidate shall be allowed for un-intimated long leave except the college declared
vacations. Otherwise his/her name may be strikes off and admission cancelled.
(e) Any change in the postal / permanent address of the student shall be informed in the
college in writing, otherwise the college will not be responsible for any communication
gap / loss etc.
(f) Smoking, Tobacco chewing and use of alcohol and drugs are strictly prohibited in all parts
of the college, hospital campus and hostel.
(g) Use of Mobile / Cell phones is strictly prohibited during College / Duty hours.
(h) No Society, Union or Association of the student shall be formed in the college and no
outsider, invited to address a meeting without the Principal's specic permission.
(i) In the college debates and other meetings, the chair must be taken by a responsible person
approved previously by the Principal and the subject of the debate must have been
approved by the Principal.
(j) In all matters, whether covered or not in the existing rules, the decision of the Management
shall be nal.
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alteration in the above rules and regulation including the structure without prior notice.
Interpretation given by the Management regarding the details of this prospectus will be
nal.
(l) For all legal matters / disputes arising out of provisions of this prospectus the court of
Jurisdiction will be that of Udaipur only.

1 Students and teaching staff of the college are entitled to use the library.
2 The teachers may for sometime retain booksthat are necessary for purpose of their reference. The
reference book may be lend for a week to members of the teaching staff.
3 Reference books shall not be issued to the students.
4 The library will remain open on all working days.
5 All books taken on loan should be produced to the librarian while issuing or re-issuing any book.
6 Books issued to the student shall not be retained for more than 10 days from the date of issue a
penalty of Rs.1/- per day will be charged up to 14 days and thereafter penalty will be Rs.5/ - per day.
If the due date happens to be a holiday the books must be refunded on the next working days.
7 A book may be recalled at any time even if the period of loans has not expired. The books may be
reissued to the same borrower if heor she so desires after producing the valid purpose for it.
8 Failure to pay the library ne due to return the books within due date the student is liable for
withdrawal of his/her privilege to borrow any more books from the library till the overdue books are
returned and dues cleared.
9 The making of books with ink or pencil, causing damage to bindings, the underlining of passages, the
writing or remarks in illustration,tearing of pages, picture etc. are absolutely forbidden.
10 If any book is lost, damaged, the borrower shallbe required to replace the book with the neor pay
such compensation as may be xed by the principal.
11 If any book belonging to a set or series, is lost or damaged and a new volume is not separately
available, the new borrower shall be required to replace the whole set or series, the defected or
damaged books, set or series will be given to the borrower after its replacement.
12 Before leaving the counter, borrowers shall examine the books taken and point out any damage or
defect in any books to the librarian and have these defects etc. noted by him otherwise the borrowers
will be held responsible for any damage of mutilation observed at the time return.
13 Strict silence is to be observed in the library.

Uniform : (Compulsory) for rst year students.


For boys : White Paint, White Shirt & White Apron
For Girls : White Salwar Suits White Apron.
White apron is compulsory for all students throughout the course period. A students
whose Uniform / dress is untidy may be refused admission to the class.

STERN WARNING
As per the Supreme Court order and UGC Guidelines,
If any student found to be involved in ragging activities, the anti-ragging squad will take
punitive measures against such students.

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Tentative Academic Calendar (B.P.T.)

S. No. Programme Date


1 Admission Process From May to July 2017
2 Classes Start In August 2017 (For New Batch)
3 Workshop In September 2017
4 Classes Starts October 2017 (For Old Batch)
5 Deepawali Vacation 16th Oct. to 25thOct. 2017
6 Workshop/ Conference In November 2017
7 Educational Tour/CME 3rd Week of December 201 7
8 Winter Vacations 26 December to 31 December 2017
9 1st internals In January 2018
10 Workshop/ Conference In February 2018
11 Supplementary Exams In March 2018
12 Cultural and Sports and Alumni meet In March 2018
13 Holi / Dhulandi In March 2018
14 C.M.E. / Workshop / Conference In April 2018
15 Second Internal In May 2018
16 Summer Vacation 16thMay to 30thJune 2018
17 Classes Start 1 July 2018
18 Pre University Exam In August 2018
19 Annual Exam September- October 2018

Tentative Academic Calendar (B.P.T.)

S. No. Programme Date


01 Admission Process From May to July 2017
02 Classes Start In August 2017 (For New Batch)
03 Workshop In September 2017
04 Classes Starts In October 2017 (For Old Batch )
05 Deepawali Vacation 16th Oct. to 25th Oct. 2017
06 Workshop / Conference In November 2017
07 Educational Tour/CME 3rdWeek of December 201 7
08 Winter Vacations 26thDecember to 31 st December 2017
09 1st Internals In January 2018
10 Workshop / Conference In February 2018
11 Journal Presentation Submission In February 2018
12 Supplementary Exams In March 2018
13 Cultural and Sports and Alumni Meet In March 2018
14 Holi / Dhulandi In March 2018
15 CME/Workshop/ Conference In April 2018
16 Case Presentations submission In April 2018
17 Tutorial Classes In April 2018
18 Synopsis/ Dissertation Presentations In April 2018
Submission
19 Second Internal In May 2018
20 Summer Vacation 16thMay to30thJune 2018
21 Classes Start 1 July 2018
22 Seminar Presentations Submission In July 2018
23 Pre University Exam In August 2018
24 Annual Exam September- Oct- 2018

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GLIMPSES

MOU For Exchange Programme for Faculty & MOU For Exchange Programme for Faculty &
Students between JRNRV Dept. of Students between JRNRV Dept. of
Physiotherapy and Binawan Institute of Health Physiotherapy and Tantia University- Sri
Science, Jakarta- Indonesia Ganganagar (Raj.)

BPT IVthYear Students with Hon'ble Free Treatment & Checkup Camp organized by
Vice chancellor sir and staff members Department of Physiotherapy

Cultural Programme 2017 organized Physio Fest 2017 organized by


by Department of Physiotherapy Department of Physiotherapy

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Sports Activities organized by Department of IInd International Physiotherapy Conference
Physiotherapy 2017 organized by Department of
Physiotherapy

Alumni Meet 2017 organized by Workshop on Lymphedema Management by


Department of Physiotherapy Dr. Su Fen Yew from Malaysia organized by
Department of Physiotherapy in ICPT 2016

ISt International Physiotherapy Conference Live Workshop on Shoulder Arthroscopy Dr.


2016 organized by Department of Prathmesh Jain (M.S. Ortho) ICPT 2017
Physiotherapy

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2. Certicate Course in Marketing
3. Certicate Course in Insurance
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FACULTY OF COMMERECE
Programme Structure
Bachelor Of Commerece
Curriculum
SEMSTER -I
S.NO. COURSE TITLE OF COURSE COURSE TYPE
CODE
1 BC1.1 Fundamentals of accounting-I CC-1
2 BC1.2 Business Regulatory Framework CC-2
3 BC1.3 Basic Statistics CC-3
4 BC1.4 Business Economics CC-4
5 BC1.5(i) Prayojan Mulak Hindi/ Gender and Society AEC-1(i)/ AEC-
BC1.5(ii) 1(ii)
6 BC1.6 Term paper NTCC-1
7 BC1.7(i) Indian Economy/Human Geography OE-1(i)/OE-1(ii)
BC1.7(ii)

SEMSTER -II
S.NO. COURSE TITLE OF COURSE COURSE TYPE
CODE
1 BC2.1 Fundamentals of Accounting- II CC-1
2 BC2.2 Principles of Management CC-2
3 BC2.3 Principles of Marketing CC-3
4 BC2.4 Business Environment CC-4
5 BC2.5 Computer Applications AEC-1
6 BC2.6 Term paper NTCC-1
7 BC2.7(i) Administrative Institutions / Indian society / History & OE-1(i)/OE-
BC2.7(ii) culture of Rajasthan 1(ii)/OE-(iii)
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MASTER OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION (M. P. Ed.)
PROGRAMME (FOUR SEMESTERS) (CBCS)

Preamble:
The Master of Physical Education (M.P.Ed.) two years (Four Semesters, Choice Based Credit
System) programme is a professional programme meant for preparing Physical Education Teachers
for senior secondary (Class XI and XII) level as well as Assistant Professor/Directors/Sports
Ofcers in Colleges/Universities and teacher educators in College of Physical Education.
The M.P.Ed. programme is designed to integrate the study of childhood, social context of
Physical Education, subject knowledge, pedagogical knowledge, aim of Physical Education and
communication skills. The programme comprise of compulsory and optional theory as well as
practical courses and compulsory school internship in School/ College/Sports Organizations/Sports
Academy/Sports Club.
R.M.P.Ed.1.Intake, Eligibility and Admission Procedure
The Intake, Eligibility and Admission Procedure is as per the NCTE norms and standards. A
candidate who (a) after taking a Bachelor's degree in Physical Education of this University or of an
Indian University recognized by the Academic Council or (b) after obtaining a post-graduate
Diploma is Physical Education of at least one year's duration awarded by an Indian University or a
Board appointed by the Education Department of a State or (c) after obtaining Indian or Foreign
qualication recognized as equivalent to those mentioned in (a) or (b) above by the Jai Narain Vyas
University or (d) has completed a regular course of study for the semester shall be admitted
according to the Semester examination passed in the degree of Master of Physical Education; subject
to being selected on the basis of Admission entrance Test prevailing in the year when admission is
sought in the University.
A Candidate who, After passing the First , Second and Third Semester Examinations of this
University has completed a regular course of study for one semester, shall be admitted to the Second,
Third and Fourth Semester examination, respectively, for the degree of Mater of Physical Education.
However, a candidate failing in not more than two papers in any semester shall be permitted to
join the next semester, in which case he shall have to appear in the papers in which he had failed in the
immediately previous semester alongwith the papers for the current semester. No candidate shall be
allowed to join the next semester if he has not passed in all the papers of the semester proceeding the
immediately previous semester for e.g candidate not be admitted to the Third semester unless he has
passed in all the papers of the First semester. Similarly, no candidate shall be admitted to the Fourth
Semester unless he has passed in all the papers of the Second Semester.
Seasonal marks obtained by a candidate shall be carried over if a candidate fails in the nal
examination in any or all papers of any semester and appears as an ex-student. If the candidate seeks
readmission as a regular student, the seasonal marks previously obtained for those papers shall stand
cancelled.
When a candidate has failed in the examination but he has obtained pass marks in the thesis, the
thesis marks may be carried forward to the prescribed limits of 5 years as specied above. If
candidate fails in thesis but secures pass marks in written papers, the candidate shall be permitted to
complete his requirement for thesis within the required period of ve years. If a candidate seeks fresh
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the thesis shall be the internal examiner for the thesis. If reassessment is sought, the Guide may be
changed, if needed. The candidates of M.P.Ed IV Semester shall submit three copies of thesis on or
before the commencement of nal examination failing which he shall be declared failed in thesis and
such candidates shall have to submit the thesis in the next examination as an ex-student.
A candidate failing in any paper, if eligible to repeat the paper, may offer the same in the very
next semester, whether that paper is offered for regular students or not. He shall be awarded the
degree in the year in which he has actually passes.
The candidates who secure minimum 65% in the M.P.Ed First year (I & II Semester)
examination and do not have A.T.K.T. in the preceding examination will be eligible to opt for thesis.
A special examination will be arranged along with ATKT examination for those students missing
semester examination due to Inter-University or National Sports competitions recognized by
university with prior permission from the HOD. They will be allowed to join the next higher
semester of the class subject on the condition they appear and pass in those missed papers/subjects in
the special examination.
R. M.P.Ed. 2. Duration
The M.P.Ed programme is of duration of two academic years, that is, four semesters. However,
the students shall be permitted to complete the programme requirements within a maximum of Five
years from the date of admission to the programme.
R. M.P.Ed. 3. The CBCS System
All programmes shall run on Choice Based Credit System (CBCS). It is an instructional package
developed to suit the needs of students, to keep pace with the developments in higher education and
the quality assurance expected of it in the light of liberalization and globalization in higher
education.
R. M.P.Ed. 4. Course
The term course usually referred to, as 'papers' is a component of a programme. All courses need
not carry the same weight. The courses should dene learning objectives and learning outcomes. A
course may be designed to comprise Lectures/ Tutorials/Laboratory Work/ Field Work/ Outreach
Activities/ Project Work/ Vocational Training/VIVA/ Seminars/ Term Papers/Assignments/
Presentations/ Self-Study etc. or a combination of some of these.
The medium of instruction shall be English & Hindi.
R. M.P.Ed. 5. Courses of Programme
The M.P.Ed. programme consists of a number of courses, the term 'Course' applied to indicate a
logical part of subject matter of the programme and is invariably equivalent to the subject matter of a
paper in the conventional sense. The following are the various categories of courses suggested for
the M.P.Ed. Programme.
Theory (Part 'A')
Core Course
Elective Course
Practicum (Part 'B')
Core (Compulsory) Course
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Yoga & Physical Fitness
Adventure/Leadership Training, Seminar, Internship & Project
Teaching/Coaching/Ofciating Practices
Elective Course
Sports & Games
Indigenous/Aerobics/Self Defence Activities
The examination for Master of Physical Education shall consist of 16 Theory papers (i.e.3 core &
01 Elective in each semester). Four papers shall be offered in each of the four semesters. Besides the
University examination, seasonal (internal) grades will be added to each paper separately. A
candidate must obtain for passing at least 40% marks in each written paper in the university
examination and also obtain atleast 40% marks in the aggregate marks of the paper including the
seasonal marks in each paper of each semester. No minimum pass percentage is prescribes for the
seasonal (internal) theory & Practical.
In M.P.Ed I, II ,III & IV semester there shall be a nal examination in part-B (Practicum) to be
conducted by Internal and External examiner and each candidate must obtain for passing at least
45% marks in each examination. In order to pass Master of Physical Education Examination, M.P.Ed
examination part-B (Practicum each) shall be considered to be equivalent to one Theory paper for
A.T.K.T. purpose similarly pass marks in each of part-II shall be considered 45% at par withTheory
papers.
The University examination in Dissertation/Thesis for Semester IV shall be evaluated by
external examiner appointed by the university and internal examiner who shall value the thesis out of
a maximum of 70 marks by the external and 30 marks by the internal. There shall be viva-voice
examination evaluated by the external examiner.
Games Specialization: Track & Field and *Gymnastics/ Swimming (*any one) Skills to be
performed as per the syllabus prescribed. Course contents in gymnastics/swimming should be
chalked out internally considering the level of students and suitable to their age and gender. Skill
Performance of Any Two Events/Apparatus of each games (Track and Field & Gymnastics/
Swimming) for internal assessment, one from each game for external assessment. Five Lessons of
Teaching, Coaching, Marking & Ofciating of each games (4 Internal & 1 External)The duration of
the lesson to be conducted by these students shall be in the range of 30 to 40 minutes depending on
the class time they are going to handle at school / college level.
Sports and Games: In Games & Sports Individual Skill, Game Situation, Ofciating, Lead-Up
games are to be practiced and evaluated internally. Course contents should be chalked out internally
considering the level of students and suitable to their age and gender. As far as possible, available
standardized Practical skill test to be conducted in order get evaluated by the external.
Classroom Teaching: In order to develop prociency in taking teaching lessons in classrooms
as per the selected topics are to be prepared and presented in a prescribe format. The topics shall be
from the graduate level theory subject course contents. Each student teacher is expected to take at
least ve lessons during the semester out of which four will evaluated by the internal and one will be
by the external examiner. The duration of the lesson to be conducted by these students shall be in the
range of 30 to 40 minutes depending on the class time they are going to handle at school / college
level.
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of exercise, sports biomechanics & kinesiology are to be practiced. The evaluation by internal &
external will be on the basis of knowledge about the conduct of test, its norms, handling of
apparatus/tools and self performance.
Seminar will be organized by the department and every student has to present paper or article on
topics of sports, yoga, wellness, health & tness their research ndings, survey of literature,
development, historical or current issues. Topics will be approved by the department and evaluated
by the external examiner.
Project: Model(working or simple, preparation of informative chart or ex board) related to
Physical Education, sport, health, wellness, yoga & tness (allotted in groups or
individuallyJRNRVU, M.P.Ed Curriculam|5 by the Head) has to be prepare under Project work
which will be evaluated by the external.
Adventure/Leadership Camp/Tour/Training from government approved agencies is compulsory
to attend in order to get the degree. Internal Assessment is based on leadership quality, active
participation, sincerity and discipline. All the expenses will be borne by the student.
Thesis (Dissertation): In place of Theory Paper, Thesis (Dissertation) of 70 Marks to be
awarded by the external examiners after Viva-voice held at department and 30 marks will be given
by the guide or supervisor. The topic of the thesis shall be approved by the research committee
constituted by the Head of the department.
Internship (Professional Training): On the basis of Daily Diary preparation, regularity,
teaching quality, sincerity, class control and job execution (Report given by concern institute or
school principal/Head will be taken into consideration) internal Marks will be awarded by the
H.O.D. Every student has to serve honorary in the institution/ School/tness centers allotted by the
department. He has to report regularly & serve for the period of one month.
Physical Fitness Test: In every semester following Modied physical Test is to be practiced and
organised by the department as a regular feature. It has to be evaluated by the internal & external
examiner appointed by the University as per the norms/scores prepared by the department.
R. M.P.Ed. 6. Semesters
An academic year is divided into two semesters. Each semester will consist of 15-17 weeks of
academic work equivalent to 90 actual teaching days. The odd semester may be scheduled from
May/June to November/December and even semester from November / December to May/June.
The Department/institution shall work for a minimum of 36 working hours in a week (ve or six days
a week).
R. M.P.Ed. 7. Working days
There shall be at least 180 working days per year exclusive of admission and examination
processes etc.
R. M.P.Ed. 8. Credits
The term 'Credit' refers to a unit by which the programme is measured. It determines the number
of hours of instructions required per week. One credit is equivalent to one hour of teaching (lecture
or tutorial) or one and half / two hours of practical work/eld work per week. The term 'Credit' refers
to the weight given to a course, usually in relation to the instructional hours assigned to it. The total
minimum credits, required for completing M.P.Ed. programme is 90 credits and for each semester 20
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Provision of Bonus Credits Maximum 06 Credits in each Semester
Sr. No. Special Credits forte Extra Co-curricular Activities Credit
1. a) Sports Achievement at State level Competition (Medal Winner) Sports b) 1
b) Achievement National level Competition (Medal Winner) Sports
c) Participation International level Competition 2

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2. Inter Uni. Participation (Any one game) 2
3. Inter College Participation (min. two games) 1
4. National Cadet Corps / National Service Scheme 2
5. Blood donation / Cleanliness drive / Community services 2
6. Mountaineering Basic Camp, Advance Camp / Adventure Activities 2
7. News Reporting / Article Writing / book writing / progress report writing 1

Students can earn maximum 06 Bonus credits in each semester by his/her participation in the
above mentioned activities duly certied by the Head of the institution / Department. This Bonus
credit will be used only to compensate loss of credits in academic activities.
R. M.P.Ed. 9. Evaluation
The performance of a student in each course is evaluated in terms of percentage of marks with a
provision for conversion to grade point. Evaluation for each course shall be done by a continuous
internal assessment (CIA) by the concerned course teacher as well as by end semester examination
and will be consolidated at the end of course. The components for continuous internal assessment
are;
One Test 15 Marks
Assignments / Lab Practical 10 Marks
Attendance 5 Marks
Total 30 Marks

Attendance shall be taken as a component of continuous assessment, although the students


should have minimum 75% attendance in each course. In addition to continuous evaluation
component, the end semester examination, which will be written type examination of at least 3 hours
duration, would also form an integral component of the evaluation. The ratio of marks to be allotted
to continuous internal assessment and to end semester examination is 30:70. The evaluation of
practical work, wherever applicable, will also be based on continuous internal assessment and on an
end-semester practical examination.
R. M.P.Ed 10. Grading
Once the marks of the CIA (Continues Internal Assessment) and SEA (Semester End
Assessment) for each of the courses are available, both (CIA and SEA) will be added. The marks thus
obtained for each of the courses will then be graded as per details provided in R. M.P.Ed. 12 from the
rst semester onwards the average performance within any semester from the rst semester is
indicated by Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA) while continuous performance (including the
performance of the previous semesters also) starting from the rst semester is indicated by
Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA). These two are calculated by the following formula:

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Where Ci is the Credit earned for the course is in any semester; Gi is the Grade point obtained by
the student for the course and n number of courses obtained in that semester; is SGPA of semester j
and N number of semester. Thus CGPA is average of SGPA of all the semesters starting from the rst
semester to the current semester.
R. M.P.Ed. 11. Classication of Final Results
For the purpose of declaring a candidate to have qualied for the Degree of Bachelor of Physical
Education in the First class / Second Class / Pass Class or First Class with Distinction, the marks and
the corresponding CGPA earned by the candidate in Core Courses will be the criterion. It is further
provided that the candidate should have scored the First / Second Class separately in both the grand
total and end Semester (External) examinations.
R.M.P.Ed.12. Letter Grades and Grade Points
Two methods-relative grading or absolute grading have been in vogue for awarding grades
in a course. The relative grading is based on the distribution (usually normal distribution) of
marks obtained by all the students in the course and the grades are awarded based on a cut-off
mark or percentile. Under the absolute grading, the marks are converted to grades based on
pre-determined class intervals. To implement the following grading system, the colleges and
universities can use any one of the above methods.
The grades for each course would be decided on the basis of the percentage marks obtained at
the end-semester external and internal examinations as per following table :

Percentage Grade Point Latter Grade Description Classication of nal result


85 & Above 8.5-10.0 O Outstanding First class with Distinction
70-84.99 7.0-8.49 A+ Excellent
60-69.99 6.0-6.99 A Very Good First Class
55-59.99 5.5-5.99 B+ Good Higher Second Class
50-54.99 5.0-5.49 B Above Average Second Class
40-49.99 4.0-4.99 C Average Pass Class
Below 40 0 F Fail/ Dropped Dropped
0 AB Absent

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1) SGPA is calculated only if the candidate passes in all the courses i.e. get minimum C grade
in all the courses.
2) CGPA is calculated only when the candidate passes in all the courses of all the previous
and current semesters.
3) The cumulative grade point average will be calculated as the average of the SGPA of all the
semesters continuously, as shown above.
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(a) Marks of each Semester End Assessment And
(b) Marks of each Semester Continuous Internal Assessment for each course. The nal Class
for M.P.Ed Degree shall be awarded on the basis of last CGPA (grade) from one to four
semester examinations.
R. M.P.Ed.14. Grievance Redressal Committee
The college/department shall form a Grievance Redressal Committee for each course in each
college/department with the course teacher / Principal / Director and the HOD of the faculty as the
members. This Committee shall solve all grievances of the students.
R. M.P.Ed.15. Revision of Syllabi
1. Syllabi of every course should be revised according to the NCTE.
2. Revised Syllabi of each semester should be implemented in a sequential way.
3. In courses, where units / topics related to governmental provisions, regulations or laws,
that change to accommodate the latest developments, changes or corrections are to be
made consequentially as recommended by the Academic Council.
4. All formalities for revisions in the syllabi should be completed before the end of the
semester for implementation of the revised syllabi in the next academic year.
5. During every revision, up to twenty percent of the syllabi of each course should be
changed so as to ensure the appearance of the students who have studied the old
(unrevised) syllabi without any difculties in the examinations of revised syllabi.
6. In case, the syllabus of any course is carried forward without any revision, it shall also be
counted as revised in the revised syllabi.

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SEMESTER I
Part A : Theoretical Course(400 Marks)
Course Title of the Papers Total Credit Internal External Total
Code Hours Marks Marks Marks
Core Course
MPCC-101 Research Process & Statistics in
Physical Education & Sports 3 3 30 70 100
Sciences
MPCC 102 Physiology of Exercise 3 3 30 70 100
MPCC-103
Yogic Sciences 3 3 30 70 100
Elective Course (Anyone)

Tests, Measurement and


30 70 100
MPEC-101 Evaluation in Physical Education
3 3
MPEC-102 Sports Technology

Part-B Practical Course(400 Marks)


MPPC-101 Games Specialization I
(Performance of Any Two
Events/Apparatus of each game
& Five Lessons of Teaching,
Coaching & Ofciating of each
6 3 30 70 100
game (4 Internal & 1 External)
1.Track and Field: Running,
Walking , Hurdle & Relay Events
* 2. Gymnastics
Laboratory Practical
MPPC-102
Sports Psychology,Physiology of
Exercise, SportsBiomechanics and
6 3 30 70 100
Kinesiology(Two practical for each
subject) Project Work

MPPC-103 Sports and Games -I


1.Yoga(Performance of
Asanas,Kriyas, Bandhas & 6 3 30 70 100
Pranayama)*2. (Any one activity
ofIndigenous/Aerobics/Self
Defence Technique-Martial
Arts,Taekwondo/ Karate/
Wushu(Any one activity + Yoga)
MPPC-104 Adventure Activities / Mass
6 3 30 70 100
demonstration Activities-
Total 36 24 240 560 800

Note: Total number of hours required to earn 3 credits for each theory course are 45-51 hours per
semester whereas 90-102 hours for each practicum course.

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SEMESTER II
Part A : Theoretical Course(400 Marks)
Course Title of the Papers Total Credit Internal External Total
Code Hours Marks Marks Marks
Core Course
MPCC-201 Professional Preparation and
Curriculum Designs in Physical 3 3 30 70 100
Education
MPCC 202 Sports Biomechanics & 3 3 30 70 100
Kinesiology
MPCC-203 Athletic Care and Rehabilitation 3 3 30 70 100
Elective Course (Anyone)
MPEC-201 Sports Journalism and Mass
Media 3 3 30 70 100
MPEC-202 Sports Management

Part-B Practical Course(400 Marks)

MPPC-201 Games Specialization II


(Performance of Any Two
Events/Apparatus of each game
& Five Lessons of Teaching,
Coaching & Ofciating of each 6 3 30 70 100
game
1.Track and Field: Jumping events
*2. Swimming

MPPC-202 Sports and Games II


(Any Two games Individual Skill,
Game Situation, Ofciating, Lead -Up
games)
6 3 30 70 100
Cricket/Volleyball/Basketball/
Football/Handball/ Hockey/
Netball

MPPC-203 Adventure or leadership


Camp/Tour/ training for internal marks
& Seminar (4 Internal & 1 External)
(Topics on sports, yoga, wellness,
health & tness their research ndings,
6 3 30 70 100
survey of literature, development,
historical or current issues.

MPPC-204 Class room Teaching 6 3 30 70 100


Lessons on theory of different Sports
& Games- 5 Lessons
(4 Internal & 1 External)
Total 36 24 240 560 800
Note: Total number of hours required to earn 3 credits for each theory course are 45-51 hours per
semester whereas 90-102 hours for each practicum course.

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SEMESTER III
Part A : Theoretical Course(400 Marks)
Course Title of the Papers Total Credit Internal External Total
Code Hours Marks Marks Marks
Core Course
Scientic Principles of Sports
MPCC-301 3 3 30 70 100
Training
MPCC 302 Sports Medicine 3 3 30 70 100
MPCC-303 Health Education and Sports
3 3 30 70 100
Nutrition

Elective Course (Anyone)


MPEC-301 Sports Engineering
3 3 30 70 100
MPEC-302 Physical Fitness and Wellness

Part-B Practical Course(400 Marks)


MPPC-301 Games Specialization III
(Performance of Any Two
Events/Apparatus of each
game & Five Lessons of
Teaching, Coaching &
6 3 30 70 100
Ofciating of each game
1.Track and Field: Throwing
Events
*2. Football/Handball
(*Any one)
MPPC-302 Sports and Games - III(Any Two 6 3 30 70 100
games IndividualSkill, Game
Situation,Ofciating, Lead-Up
games)Kabaddi/
Boxing/Judo/Wrestling/ Baseball

MPPC-303 Internship(Internal) & Project 6 3 30 70 100

MPPC-304 Coaching Lessons of Game 6 3 30 70 100


Specialization 5 Lessons
(4 Internal & 1 External)
Total 36 24 240 560 800

Note: Total number of hours required to earn 3 credits for each theory course are 45-51 hours per
semester whereas 90-102 hours for each practicum course.

130
SEMESTER IV
Part A : Theoretical Course(400 Marks)
Course Title of the Papers Total Credit Internal External Total
Code Hours Marks Marks Marks
Core Course

MPCC-401 Information &


Communication Technology 3 3 30 70 100
(ICT) in Physical Education
MPCC 402 Sports Psychology 3 3 30 70 100
MPCC-403 Sports Sociology 3 3 30 70 100
Elective Course (Anyone)
MPEC-401 Adapted Physical Education
3 3 30 70 100
MPEC-402 Dissertation

B Practical Course(400 Marks)


MPPC-401 Games Specialization - IV
(Performance of Any Two
Events/Apparatus of each
game & Five Lessons of
Teaching, Coaching &
6 3 30 70 100
Ofciating of each game
1.Track and Field: Heptathlon
& Decathlon
*2. Kho-Kho/Softball
(*Any one)
MPPC-402 Sports and Games - IV
(Any Two games Individual
Skill, Game Situation,
Ofciating, Lead -Up games)
6 3 30 70 100
Badminton/ T.T/ Tennis/
Squash/ Shooting/ Archery/
Fencing

MPPC-403 Classroom Teaching lessons on


Theory Subjects(Topics) of
Graduation Level 6 3 30 70 100
( 4 Internal & 1 External)

MPPC-404 Ofciating Lessons of 6 3 30 70 100


Game specialization - 5
Lessons (4 Internal & 1 External)
Total 36 24 240 560 800
144 96 960 2240 3200

Note: Total number of hours required to earn 3 credits for each theory course are 45-51 hours per
semester whereas 90-102 hours for each practicum course.

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Okkf.kT; ladk;
Lukrd ikB~;e
orZeku esa okf.kT; ladk; esa rhu foHkkx lapkfyr gSA
1- ys[kkadu
2- O;kolkf;d iz'kklu
3- cSafdax ,oa fokh; izca/k
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egkfo|ky; esa ys[kkadu ,oa O;kolkf;d iz'kklu esa ,e-fQy- ikB~;e Hkh lapkfyr gSA
ikB~;eksa ds vfrfjDr okf.kT; ladk; ds vUrxZr fuEufyf[kr O;kolkf;d ikB~;eksa dk Hkh lapkyu
fd;k tk jgk gSA
O;kolkf;d ikB~;e
1- ekLVj bu bUVjus'kuy fctusl ,e-vkbZ-ch-
2- cspyj vkWQ fctusl ,MfefuLVs'ku ch-ch-,-
3- ekLVj vkWQ ,u-th-vks- eSustesaV
4- iksLV xzstq,V fMIyksek bu Vsfuax ,.M MoyesaV
5- Lukrdkskj fMIyksek bu ba';ksjsal eSustesaV
6- fMIyksek bu ekdsZfVax eSustesaV
7- lfVZfQdsV dkslZ bu izksfQf'k;Ulh bu bafXy'k ,.M dE;qfuds'ku fLdYl
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(ICAI) ubZ fnYyh ds la;qDr rRok/kku esa

Lukrd ikB~;e
okf.kT; ladk; esa vdknfed l= 2016&17 ls fo'ofo|ky; }kjk ikB~;dze ls CBCS o grading iz.kkyh
ykxw dh xgZ gSA uohe ikB~;dze esa vk/kkjHkwr fo"k; ,oa ,sfPNd fo"k; lfEefyr gSA ,oa Nk= viuh LosPNkuqlkj
,sfPNd fo"k;ksa dk p;u dj ldrs gsSA okf.kT; ladk; ds lHkh ikB~;dzeksa esa blh vuqlkj CC, AEC, NTCC,
OEC or SEC lfEefyr gSA Nk=ksa gsrq fofHkUu ADD-on ikB~;eksa dh lqfo/kk U;wure 'kqYd ij miyC/k dh
xbZ gSA bu ikB~;eksa esa ls de ,d ikB~;e lHkh Nk=ksa dks mudh mikf/k dh vof/k ds nkSjku gksxkA ikB~;e
mkh.kZ djus ij ,d vfrfjDr izek.k i= iznku fd;k tk,xkA
ikB~;eksa dh vof/k 1 o"kZ ,oa 'kqYd 600@& #- j[kk x;k gSA
ikB~;e fuEukuqlkj gSa&
1. Certicate Course in Tally
2. Certicate Course in Marketing
3. Certicate Course in Insurance
4. Certicate Course in Tourist Guide

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FACULTY OF COMMERECE
Programme Structure
Bachelor Of Commerece
Curriculum
SEMSTER -I
S.NO. COURSE TITLE OF COURSE COURSE
CODE TYPE
1 BC1.1 Fundamentals of accounting-I CC-1
2 BC1.2 Business Regulatory Framework CC-2
3 BC1.3 Basic Statistics CC-3
4 BC1.4 Business Economics CC-4
5 BC1.5(i) Prayojan Mulak Hindi/ Gender and Society AEC-1(i)/ AEC-
BC1.5(ii) 1(ii)
6 BC1.6 Term paper NTCC-1
7 BC1.7(i) Indian Economy/Human Geography OE-1(i)/OE-1(ii)
BC1.7(ii)

SEMSTER -II
S.NO COURSE TITLE OF COURSE COURSE
CODE TYPE
1 BC2.1 Fundamentals of Accounting- II CC-1
2 BC2.2 Principles of Management CC-2
3 BC2.3 Principles of Marketing CC-3
4 BC2.4 Business Environment CC-4
5 BC2.5 Computer Applications AEC-1
6 BC2.6 Term paper NTCC-1
7 BC2.7(i) Administrative Institutions / Indian society / History OE-1(i)/OE-
BC2.7(ii) & culture of Rajasthan 1(ii)/OE-(iii)
BC2.7(iii)

SEMSTER -III
S.NO. COURSE TITLE OF COURSE COURSE
CODE TYPE
1 BC3.1 Income Tax Law and Accounts CC-1
2 BC3.2 Cost Accounting CC-2
3 BC3.3 Company Law CC-3
4 BC3.4 Public Finance CC-4
5 BC3.5 Money and Financial System CC-5
6 BC3.6 Functional English AEC-1
7 BC3.7(i) Yoga Education/ Social Research Method OE-1(i)/OE-1(ii)
BC3.7(ii)

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SEMSTER -IV

S.NO. COURSE TITLE OF COURSE COURSE


CODE TYPE
1 BC4.1 Corporate Accounting CC-1
2 BC4.2 Sales and Distribution Management CC-2
3 BC4.3 Advertising Management CC-3
4 BC4.4 Indian Banking System CC-4
5 BC4.5 Functional English AEC-1
6 BC4.6 Term paper (Field Visit and Report) NTCC-1
7 BC4.7(i) Geography of India/Tribal Society: OE-1(i)/
BC4.7(ii) Structure and Change OE-1(ii)

SEMSTER -V

S.NO. COURSE TITLE OF COURSE COURSE


CODE TYPE

1 BC5.1 Management Accounting CC-1

2 BC5.2 Auditing CC-2

3 BC5.3 International Marketing CC-3

4 BC5.4 Rural Development CC-4

5 BC5.5 Financial Management CC-5

6 BC5.6 Community Services AEC-1

7 BC5.7 International Trade/Social Demography OE-I/OE-II

SEMSTER -VI

S.NO. COURSE TITLE OF COURSE COURSE


CODE TYPE
1 BC6.1 Indirect Tax CC-1
2 BC6.2 Statistical Method CC-2
3 BC6.3 Business Communication CC-3
4 BC6.4 Banking Law and Practice CC-4
5 BC6.5 Environmental Studies AEC-1
6 BC6.6 Term paper (Seminar) NTCC-1
7 BC6.7(i) International Relations/Social Justice and OE-1(i) /
BC6.7(ii) Social Welfare Services OE-1(ii)
Note :- A Student may or may not take OE.

134
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Master of Commerce (M.Com)
Programme Structure
(CBCS & Semester Scheme)

v/;kiu &fof/k ,oa ewY;kadu &i)fr


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2- lHkh fo"k;ksa esa vkarfjd ewY;kadu dh O;oLFkk gSA lHkh fo"k;ksa esa izR;sd iz'u i= esa 25 vad vkarfjd
ewY;kadu gsrq fu/kkZfjr gSA ;g vkarfjd ewY;kadu] VsLV] VeZ isij] Dykl esa lsfeukj vkfn ds vk/kkj ij
fd;k tkrk gSA
Lukrdkskj Lrj ij fofHkUu fo"k;ksa esa ykxw dh tkus okyh lsesLVj i)fr esa vkarfjd ewY;kadu
fuEukuqlkj gksxk&
vkarfjd ewY;kadu
1- fu;rdkfyd ijh{kk 15 vad
2- fu;rdkfyd dk;Z 05 vad
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ck; ewY;kadu 75 vad izR;sd iz'u i= esa

Department of Accounting

M.Com I Semester
S.NO. COURSE TITTLE OF COURSE COURSE
CODE TYPE
1 ACC - 101 Management Acc. Tec. CC1
2 ACC - 102 Income tax law CC2
3 ACC - 103 Business statistical Methods CC3
4 ACC - 104 IFRS - I CC4
5 ACC 105 (A) Org. Behavior / Marketing mgt OE1/OE2
/ (B)
6 ACC - 106 Tax Planning SEC
7 ACC -10 7 Term paper NTCC
M.Com II Semester
S.NO. COURSE TITLE OF COURSE COURSE
CODE TYPE
1 ACC 201 Cost Accounting & Cost Control CC1
2 ACC - 202 Tax Laws & Practices CC2
3 ACC - 203 Higher Accounting CC3
4 ACC - 204 IFRS -II CC4
5 ACC 205 Strategic mgt. / Org. Development OE1/OE2
A/B
6 ACC - 206 Accounting Information System SEC
7 ACC - 207 Summer internship NTCC

135
M.Com III Semester
S.NO. COURSE TITLE OF COURSE COURSE
CODE TYPE
1 ACC-301 Financial Management CC1
2 ACC-302 Indirect Taxes CC2
3 ACC-303 IFRS - III CC3
4 ACC-304 Project Planning and Control CC4
5 ACC-305 Research Methodology SEC
6 ACC-306 Field Visit NTCC
7 ACC-307 (A)/ Marketing Research OE 1/OE 2
(B) Material Management
M.Com IV Semester
S.NO. COURSE TITLE OF COURSE COURSE
CODE TYPE
1 ACC-401 Advance Costing CC1
2 ACC-402 Management and Operational Audit CC2
3 ACC-403 Operational Research CC3
4 ACC-404 Statistical Analysis CC4
5 ACC-405 IFRS - IV CC5
6 ACC-406 Project Report NTCC

7 ACC-407 Business Environment / Production Management OE1/OE2


(A)/(B)

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Accounting Technicians) izkjEHk djus ds fy;s bl egkfo|ky; dk p;u fd;k x;k gSA blds fy;s
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l [kqnjk {ks= n vk;kr fu;kZr {ks=
Fk vk;dj] lsokdj vkfnA

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Department of Accounting

M.Com I Semester
S.NO. COURSE TITLE OF COURSE COURSE
CODE TYPE
1 BUA101 Management Process CC-1
2 BUA102 Organizational Behavior CC-2
3 BUA103 Marketing Management CC-3
4 BUA104 Human Resource Mgt. CC-4
5 BUA105 Term paper NTCC-1
6 ACC-103 Business statistical methods/ Income Tax Income OE-1(i) /
ACC-102 Tax Law OE-1(ii)

7 BUA107 Entrepreneurship Development SEC-1

M.Com II Semester
S.NO. COURSE TITLE OF COURSE COURSE
CODE TYPE
1 BUA201 Strategic Management CC-1
2 BUA202 Organizational Develop. CC-2
3 BUA203 Research Methodology CC-3
4 BUA204 International Marketing CC-4
5 BUA205 Term paper NTCC-1
6 ACC-203 Higher Accounting / OE-1(i)/
ACC-201 Cost Accounting OE-1(ii)

7 BUA207 Industrial Psychology SEC-1

M.Com III Semester


S.NO. COURSE TITLE OF COURSE COURSE
CODE TYPE
1 BUA301 Sales and Distribution Management CC-1
2 BUA302 Advertising Management CC-2
3 BUA303 Marketing Research CC-3
4 BUA304 Management of Industrial Relation CC-4
5 BUA305 Material Management CC-5
6 BUA306 Field Visit NTCC-1
7 ACC-302 Indirect Tax/ OE-1(i)/
ACC-304 Project Planning OE-1(ii)

137
M.Com IV Semester
S.NO. COURSE TITTLE OF COURSE COURSE
CODE TYPE
1 BUA401 Global Trade: Procedures and Documentation CC-1
2 BUA402 Business Environment CC-2
3 BUA403 Social Security and Labour Welfare CC-3
4 BUA404 Public Enterprises in India CC-4
5 BUA405 Production Management CC-5
6 BUA406 Project Report NTCC-1
7 ACC-403 Operational Research/ OE-1(i)/
ACC-402 Management and Operational Audit OE-1(ii)

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vkS|ksfxd {ks= v/;;u bR;kfn vk;ksftr fd;s tkrs gSA uxj ds fu".kkr izfrf"Br O;fDr;ksa dk foHkkx ls
fu;fer laokn cuk jgrk gS] ftlls fo|kFkhZ oxZ ykHkkfUor gksrk gSA
O;kolkf;d iz'kklu foHkkx ds vUrxZr lapkfyr fMIyksek ikB~;e
(I) PG Diploma in Marketing & Sales Management
This one-year Diploma aims at imparting professional education and training in marketing
and sales functions. It would help to enrich the professional competence of the incumbents
already working in an industrial or commercial enterprise and hence improve their career
opportunities. The course would prove equally useful to the technocrats joining
Sales/Marketing Departments of any undertaking of starting their own venture. It would
also be useful for young Graduates and Post Graduates to nd a better placement.
(II) PG Diploma in Insurance Management
This one- year Diploma aims at imparting education and training in insurance
Management and of course its various functions. The course would also help enrich the
professional competence of the incumbents already working in the eld of insurance and
hence provide them better career opportunities. The course would prove equally useful to
young graduates/Post graduates as it would enable them enter a eld which has become so
much sought after in this era of privatization.
No. of seats 30 Students (Including the sponsored candidates)
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vk;ksftr fd;s tkrs gSA

138
Department of Banking & Financial Management
M.Com I Semester
S.NO. COURSE TITLE OF COURSE COURSE
CODE TYPE
1 BFM101 Economic Analysis CC-1
2 BFM102 Economic Environment of Business CC-2
3 BFM103 Public Finance CC-3
4 BFM104 Macro Economics CC-4
5 BFM105 Term paper NTCC-1
6 BFM106(A) E- Banking / Business Ethics OE-1(i)/ OE-
BFM106(B) 1(ii)
7 BFM107 Entrepreneurship Development SEC-1

M.Com II Semester
S.NO. COURSE TITLE OF COURSE COURSE
CODE TYPE
1 BFM201 Financial Management CC-1
2 BFM202 International Trade and Finance CC-2
3 BFM203 Banking Law & Practice CC-3
4 BFM204 Financial Services Management CC-4
5 BFM205 Term paper NTCC-1
6 BFM206(A) Research Methodology/ OE-1(i)/
BFM206(B) Principles & Practice of Insurance OE-1(ii)
7 BFM207 Industrial Psychology SEC-1

M.Com III Semester


S.NO. COURSE TITLE OF COURSE COURSE
CODE TYPE
1 BFM301 Global Trade Environment CC-1
2 BFM302 Capital Market in India CC-2
3 BFM303 Contemporary Issues CC-3
4 BFM304 Financial Institutions and Markets CC-4
5 BFM305 Economic Growth and Development/ Dissertation CC-5
6 BFM306 Field Visit NTCC-1
7 BFM307(A) Industrial Relation and Human Resource / OE-1(i)/
BFM307(B) Project Planning and Control OE-1(ii)

M.Com IV Semester
S.NO. COURSE TITLE OF COURSE COURSE
CODE TYPE
1 BFM401 Indian Banking System CC-1
2 BFM402 Industrial and Labour Economics CC-2
3 BFM403 Rural Development and Cooperation CC-3
4 BFM404 Management of Small and Medium Enterprises CC-4
5 BFM405 Administration of Public Enterprises/ Dissertation CC-5
6 BFM406 Project Report NTCC-1
7 BFM407(A) Quantitative Tec hniques/ OE-1(i)/
BFM407(B) Management and Operational Audit OE-1(ii)

139
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tuknZu jk; ukxj jktLFkku fo|kihB fo'ofo|ky; ds la?kVd bl ladk; esa ys[kkadu o O;olkf;d
iz'kklu fo"k;ksa esa ,e- fQy- ikB~;e lapkfyr fd;k tk jgk gSA ,e- fQy- ikB~;e esa izos'k gsrq fuEufyf[kr
fu;e gS&
d ,e- fQy- ikB~;e esa izos'k gsrq Lukrdkskj ijh{kk esa U;wure 55 izfr'kr vad gksuk vko';d gSA
izos'k gsrq ;ksX;rk lwph cukbZ tk,xh ftlesa ojh;rk ds vk/kkj ij izos'k fn;k tk,xkAvH;kfFkZ;ksa dh
la[;k vf/kd gksus ij izos'k ijh{kk Hkh foHkkxh; Lrj ij vk;ksftr dh tk ldrh gSA
[k ,e- fQy- ikB~;e esa izos'k ds bPNqd fo|kfFkZ;ksa ds fy, vko';d gS fd os fdlh vU; ikB~;e esa
iathd`r u gksA
x ,e- fQy- ikB~;e ,d iw.kZ dkfyd dk;Ze gS ftlesa fo|kfFkZ;ksa dh fu;fer mifLFkfr vfuok;Z
gSA
ikB~;e f'k{k.k ,oa ewY;kadu iz.kkyh
egkfo|ky; esa lapkfyr leLr ,e- fQy- ikB~;eksa esa rhu lS)kfUrd iz'u&i= rFkk ,d y?kq 'kks/k
lfEefyr gSA y?kq 'kks/k ds fy, nks iz'u&i=ksa ds cjkcj vad fu/kkZfjr gSA
fo|kfFkZ;ksa dk lr~r ewY;kadu fd;k tk,xkA l= i;ZUr VeZ isij] lsfeukj] fu;rdkfyd ijh{kk vkfn ds
ek/;e ls fo|kfFkZ;ksa dk ewY;kadu fd;k tk,xkA bl gsrq iPphl izfr'kr vadks dk izko/kku gSA 'ks"k ipgkj
izfr'kr vadksa ds fy, l=kUr esa okf"kZd ijh{kk gksxhA
izos'k ikB~;e] f'k{k.k o ewY;kadu ds lEca/k esa vf/kd tkudkjh ds fy, fo|kFkhZ lEcaf/kr foHkkxksa ls lEidZ
dj ldrs gSA
COURSE CURRICULUM

M.Phil (Accounting)
S.NO. COURSE TITLE OF COURSE COURSE TYPE
CODE
1 ACC 101 Accounting Theory CC1
2 ACC 102 Research Methodology CC2
3 ACC 103 International Financial Reporting Standards CC3
4 ACC 104 Ethics in Accounting CC4
5 ACC 105 Dissertation NTCC

M.Phil (Business Administration)


S.NO. COURSE TITLE OF COURSE COURSE TYPE
CODE
1 MPB 101 Organisation Behaviour CC-1
2 MPB 102 Research Methodology CC-2
3 MPB 103 Contemporary Issues in Management CC-3
4 MPB 104 Business Ethics CC-4
5 MPB 105 Dissertation NTCC

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DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT STUDIES

COURSES
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
Master of International Business (MIB)
Master of Non-Government Organization Management (MNGOM)
Post Graduate Diploma in Training & Development

BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (BBA)


Course Duration: Three years; CBCS & Semester Scheme
In the present information age of communication and globalization, management has a vital role
in shaping and evolving one's personality by inculcation in him/her the business acumen by
interrelating the functional areas of management, accounting, nance, computer application,
quantitative techniques and communication skills related to business. The BBA Program aims at
equipping the students with managerial, professional and administrative skills.
The program is designed to incorporate a blend of knowledge, skill and right attitude to stand in
the world of managerial competition. The course aims at imparting precision skill in analyzing the
implications of the changing economic and managerial scenario in modern context.
OBJECTIVES:
To equip student with holistic understanding of the nuance of the business world.
To prepare students for careers in business commerce and accounting in Indian concept.
To enable students to seek self-employment as well as to inculcate the spirit of
Entrepreneurship in them.
To equip students with requisite professional and communication skills.

M.Com.(INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS)
Course Duration: Two Years: CBCS & Semester Scheme
MIB is a unique Professional Business Management Program for developing a competent
cadre of business executives to meet the country's growing requirements for trained personnel in
the eld of international business management, Developments in the international market on the
one hand and the consequential impact of the same on India's domestic market on the other, call
for an increasingly professional approach and sensitivity to international business environment.
OBJECTIVES:
To impart through knowledge with a practical orientation.
To infuse a global perspective in student on the latest trends and prepare them for professional
careers in the management of international business.
To enable students to work in cross cultural environment.
To motive youth to seek self-employment as well as to inculcate the spirit of entrepreneurship
in them

141
COURSE CURRICULUM
Master of International Business (MIB)

Semester-I
S.NO. COURSE TITLE OF COURSE COURSE CREDIT
CODE TYPE
1 IB-111 International Marketing Management CC-1 05
2 IB-112 International Business Environment CC-2 05
3 IB-113 Management Concept & Organizational CC-3 05
Behavior
4 IB-114 Financial & Management Accounting CC-4 05
5 IB-115 English Language, Prociency & AEC-1 02
Communication
6 IB-116 Computer Application in Business SEC-1 03
7 IB-117 Subject Viva Voce NTCC-1 02
8 IB-118 (i)/ (ii) Micro Economics / Advance Geography of OE-1 (i)/(ii) 05
India

Semester-II
S.NO. COURSE TITLE OF COURSE COURSE CREDIT
CODE TYPE
1 IB-211 Legal Dimensions of International Business CC-1 05
2 IB-212 International Advertisement & Brand CC-2 05
Management
3 IB-213 Managerial Economics CC-3 05
4 IB-214 Research Methodology CC-4 05
5 IB-215 Management Information System SEC-1 03
6 IB-216 French Language AEC-1 02
7 IB-217 Subject Viva Voce NTCC-1 02
8 IB-218 (i) Theory of Public Administration OE-1 (i) 05
IB-218 (ii) Public Economics OE-1 (ii)

Semester-III
S.NO. COURSE TITLE OF COURSE COURSE CREDIT
CODE TYPE
1 IB-311 Project Management CC-1 05
2 IB-312 International Financial Order CC-2 04
3 IB-313 Export-Import Procedure & CC-3 04
Documentation
4 IB-314 Accounting For Managerial Decision CC-4 05
5 IB-315 Central Excise & Custom CC-5 05
6 IB-316 Internet & E-Commerce AEC-1 02
7 IB-317 Project & Viva Voce NTCC-1 02
8 IB-318 (i) International Economics OE-1 (i) 05
IB-318 (ii) Theories of International Politics OE-1 (ii)

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Semester-IV
S.NO. COURSE TITLE OF COURSE COURSE CREDIT
CODE TYPE
1 IB-411 Strategic Management CC-1 05
2 IB-412 International Marketing Research CC-2 05
3 IB-413 Multinational Financial Management CC-3 05
4 IB-414 Select Market & Thrust Product CC-4 04
5 IB-415 International Trade Logistics CC-5 04
6 IB-416 Quantitative Techniques AEC-1 02
7 IB-417 Comprehensive Viva NTCC-1 02
8 IB-418 (i) Natural Resource Management OE-1 (i) 05
IB-418 (ii) Labour Economics OE-1 (ii)

COURSE CURRICULUM
Bachelor Of Business Administration (BBA)

Semester-I
S.NO. COURSE TITLE OF COURSE COURSE CREDIT
CODE TYPE
1 BAM-11.1 Principle of Management CC-1 04
2 BAM-11.2 Business Environment CC-2 04
3 BAM-11.3 Principle of Accounting CC-3 05
4 BAM-11.4 Foundation of Mathematics CC-4 05
5 BAM-11.5 English Grammar & Usage AEC-1 04
6 BAM-11.6 Subject Viva Voce NTCC-1 03
7 BAM-11.7 Indian Economy / Human Geography OE-1 (i)/(ii) (03)
(i)/(ii)

Semester-II
S.NO. COURSE TITLE OF COURSE COURSE CREDIT
CODE TYPE
1 BAM-21.1 Business Law CC-1 04
2 BAM-21.2 Business Economics CC-2 05
3 BAM-21.3 Financial Accounting CC-3 05
4 BAM-21.4 Introduction to IT CC-4 04
5 BAM-21.5 Communication Skills AEC-5 04
6 BAM-21.6 Subject Viva Voce NTCC-1 03
7 BAM-21.7 (i)/ Administrative Institutions/ Indian Society/ OE-1 (i)/ (ii) (03)
(ii)/ (iii) History & Culture Of Rajasthan (iii)/

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Semester-III
S.NO. COURSE TITLE OF COURSE COURSE CREDIT
CODE TYPE
1 BAM-31.1 Marketing Management CC-1 04
2 BAM-31.2 Human Resource Management CC-2 04
3 BAM-31.3 Corporate Accounting CC-3 05
4 BAM-31.4 Cost Accounting CC-4 05
5 BAM-31.5 Business Statistics CC-5 04
6 BAM-31.6 Subject Viva Voce NTCC-1 03
7 BAM-31.7 (i) Yoga Education / Social Research Method OE-1 (i)/ (ii) (03)
/ (ii)

Semester-IV
S.NO. COURSE TITLE OF COURSE COURSE CREDIT
CODE TYPE
1 BAM-41.1 Production Management CC-1 05
2 BAM-41.2 Macro Economics CC-2 04
3 BAM-41.3 Management Accounting CC-3 05
4 BAM-41.4 Research Methodology CC-4 04
5 BAM-41.5 Management Information System CC-5 04
6 BAM-41.6 Field Visit and Report NTCC-1 03
7 BAM-41.7 (i)/ Geography Of India / Tribal Society: OE-1 (i)/ (ii) (03)
(ii) Structure & Change

Semester-V
S.NO. COURSE TITTLE OF COURSE COURSE CREDIT
CODE TYPE
1 BAM-51.1 Organizational Behavior CC1 05
2 BAM-51.2 Company Law CC2 05
3 BAM-51.3 Financial management CC3 05
4 BAM-51.4 Introduction to taxation CC4 05
5 BAM-51.5 Personality Development & General SEC 04
Awareness
6 BAM-51.6 Subject viva NTCC 03
7 BAM-51.7 International Trade/Social Demography OE-1(i)/(ii) (05)

Semester-VI
S.NO COURSE CODE TITLE OF COURSE COURSE CREDIT
TYPE
1 BAM-61.1 Project Management CC1 05
2 BAM-61.2 Quantitative Techniques CC2 05
3 BAM-61.3 Retail Management CC3 05
4 BAM-61.4 Fundamental of Entrepreneurship CC4 05
5 BAM-61.5 Internet & E-Commerce SEC 04
BAM-61.6 Subject viva NTCC 03
BAM-61.7 (i)/(ii) International Relations/Social Justice and OE-1(i)/(ii) (05)
Social Welfare Services

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MASTER OF NGO MANAGEMENT
Introduction: The Knowledge and skills required to plan, and manage NGO function, which has
emerged as a special discipline is highly valued in the society, objectives of this course are:
1. To develop NGO entrepreneurship in students.
2. To enhance effectiveness and efciency of students who want to choose NGO for their
career,
3. To ll the gap between actual human resource and desired human resource in NGO sector.
Eligibility:
Graduation in any stream with 45% Reservation will be provided as per university norms.
Seats : (30 General + 5 Management)
Medium of Instauration : English
Course Fee : 20,000 per annum for general seats and 30,000 per
annum for management seats.
Division of Marks : Each paper will Carry 100 Marks
Internal Marks : 25 for each theory paper (5 marks for attendance, 5
marks for assignment, 5 marks for presentation, 10
marks for written exam)
Examination : Every theory paper will carry 75 marks and duration
will be 3 hrs. Pattern of paper will be as per university
norms.
Semester-I
411. Principles and Practice of Management
412. Concepts and Functions of NGO
413. Foundation of Sociology and NGO
414. Managerial Economics
415. Computer Application in Management
416. Managerial Communication
417. Field Work, Survey and visits
Semester-II
421. Sociology Psychology
422. Financial Management
423. Administration of NGO
424. Research Methodology and Statistic
425. NGO Accounting & Documentation
426. Rural Development
427. Summer Training and Project Report (Practical)
Semester-III
511. Project Management
512. Social Work and Development Administration
513. Training and Development
514. NGO's Coordinating Agencies, Funding and Schemes

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515. Human Resource Management
516. Rural Exposure (Practical)
517. Urban Exposure (Practical)
Semester-IV
521. Fund Raising
522. Public Health and Disaster Management
523. Social Movements and Political
524. Human Rights
525. Leadership and Change Management
526. Knowledge Management
527. Documentation for NGO Registration and Impact Analysis of Works of any NGO.
(Practical)
POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT
Introduction: Post graduate Diploma in Training and Development (PGD-T&D)Program is full
time one year's Post Graduate Diploma course of training and development:
Objectives:-
The knowledge and skills required to plan, and deliver training and development function, which
has emerged as a special discipline is highly valued in the society and corporate world. Objectives of
this course are;
1. To develop Training and development professionals
2. To enhance effectiveness and efciency of students who want to choose T&D for their
career.
Eligibility:
Graduation in any stream with 45% Reservation will be provided as per university norms,
preference will be given to MBA, MSW or equivalent course pass outs or perusing candidates.
Seats : 30 (20 General+10 Management)
Medium of Instauration : English
Course Fee : 8,000 per annum for general seats and 12,000 per
annum for management seats.
Division of Marks : Each paper will Carry 100 Marks
Internal Marks : 25 for each theory paper (5 marks for attendance, 5
marks for assignment, 5 marks for presentation, 10
marks for written exam)
Examination : Every theory paper will carry 75 marks and duration
will be 3 hrs. Pattern of paper will be as per university
norms.
Paper:
1. Organization Behavior
2. Performance Management Practices
3. Training Need Analysis
4. Methods of Training

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5. Evaluation of Training and Electronics Enabled Training Systems
6. Knowledge Management
7. Documentation for NGO Registration and Impact Analysis of Works of Any NGO
(Practical)
Commerce Staff:

S.N. FACULTY STAFF DESIGNATION

1 Prof. Anita Shukla Dean & HOD : ABST

2 Mrs. Payal Sharma Asst. Professor : ABST

3 Mrs. Preeti Yadav Asst. Professor : ABST

4 Dr. Pankaj Vaya Asst. Professor: Bus. Adm.

5 Mr. Satya Narayan Salvi Asst. Professor: Bus. Adm.

6 Mrs. Preeti Kanwar Rajput Asst. Professor: Bus. Adm.

OFFICE STAFF

1 Mr. Mayank Bhatnagar Ofce : LDC Grade-I

2 Mr. Mahendra Singh Rajput Ofce : LDC Grade-II

3 Mr. Sanjay Bhardwaj Ofce : LDC Grade-II

4 Mr. Dilip Mishra Book Lifter

5 Mr. Chunni Lal Dangi Sahayak

6 Mr. Mukesh Nath Sahayak

7 Mr. Shankar Lal Dangi Sahayak

8 Mr. Bheru Singh Dulawat Sahayak

9 Smt. Sajjan Kunwar Sahayak

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lka/; egkfo|ky; FkkA thfodksiktZu gssrq fnu esa dk;Zjr O;fDr;ksa dks v/;;u gsrq bl egkfo|ky; esa lqj{kk
iznku dh xbZ] vr% bldk ukedj.k ^^Jethoh egkfo|ky;^^ fd;k x;kA dkykUrj esa esokM+ laHkkx esa jk"Vh;
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ljdkj] ubZ fnYyh }kjk MhEM fo'ofo|ky; ?kksf"kr dj fn;k x;kA rc ls nf{k.k jktLFkku dk ;g izfrf"Br
egkfo|ky; tuknZujk; ukxj jktLFkku fo|kihB ekU; fo'ofo|ky; ds la?kVd egkfo|ky; ds :i esa
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egkfo|ky; lapkfyr gks jgk gS] rFkk egkfo|ky; esa lkekftd foKku ,oa ekufodh ladk; rFkk okf.kT;
ladk; ds :i esa lapkfyr gSA lkekftd foKku ,oa ekufodh ladk; esa lapkfyr fo"k;ksa esa Lukrd B.A.]
LukrdksRrj M.A. ,oa ,e-fQy- M.Phil ds lkFk gh vU; O;kolkf;d fMIyksek ikB~;eksa dk lapkyu Hkh
fd;k tk jgk gSA orZeku esa dyk ladk; ds vUrxZr fgUnh] laLd`r] vaxzsth] T;ksfr"k] Hkwxksy] vFkZ'kkL=] bfrgkl]
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1- Lukrd Lrj ij izR;sd lsesLVj esa fo|kFkhZ dks U;wure 25 sfMV izkIr djuk vfuok;Z gksxk rFkk
LukrdksRrj esa fo|kFkhZ dks izR;sd lsesLVj esa U;wure 27 sfMV izkIr djuk vfuok;Z gksxkA
2- izR;sd fo|kFkhZ dks ewy fo"k; gsrq Core Course fuEu ikWp oxksZ esa ls izR;sd oxZ ls ,d fo"k; dk
p;u djrs gq, dqy rhu fo"k;ksa dk p;u djuk gS rFkk izR;sd lsesLVj esa mYysf[kr eqDr p;u
ikB~;e Open Elective Course esa ls Hkh fdlh ,d fo"k; dk p;u Nk= dks djuk gksxk] ftldk 3
sfMV fu/kkZfjr gSA blds lkFk gh Lukrd Lrj ij izR;sd fo|kFkhZ dks izR;sd lsesLVj esa NTCC Js.kh ds
vUrxZr Hkh 3 sfMV izkIr djuk vfuok;Z gksxk ,oa LukrdksRrj esa izR;sd fo|kFkhZ dks izR;sd lsesLVj esa
NTCC Js.kh ds vUrxZr 2 sfMV izkIr djuk vfuok;Z gSA
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ftldk 4 sfMV fu/kkZfjr gSA
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oxZ 4- jktuhfr foKku vFkok yksd izkklu vFkok T;ksfr"k
oxZ 5- fgUnh lkfgR; vFkok vaxzsth lkfgR;
OEC ns[ks i`"B la- 3
NTCC lsehukj@Village Servey / Term Paper
AEC lsesLVj lkj.kh vuqlkj ns[ksA
izFke lsesLVj Lukrd

Sr. Paper
Subjects Courses Course Type
No. Code
1 HL-101 Hindi Lit. vkfndkyhu ,oa HkfDrdkyhu dkO; CC
2 EL-101 English Lit. Poetry, Drama and Grammar CC
3 SL-101 Sanskrit Lit. dkO; ,oa ukVd CC
4 EC-101 Economics Micro Economics CC
5 GE-101 Geography Physical Geography CC
6 PS-101 Political Sc. Foundation of Political Science CC
7 PA-101 Pub Admn. Principles of Public Administration CC
8 SOC-101 Sociology Elementary Sociology CC
9 HS-101 History History and culture of ancient India CC
Environmental
10 Envt-101 Basic Concept of Ecology CC
Science
11 BJV-101 Jyotish iapkax ifjp; o xf.kr CC
12 AEC Hindi iz;kstuewyd fgUnh AEC
13 NTCC -- Term Paper/ Seminar/ Village Survey NTCC
Open Elective Course
1. Elements of Archaeology
2. Introduction to Indian Economics
14 OEC -- OEC **
3.Man & Environment
4. Introductions to Gita
5. Elementary of Yoga Education

149
1. The students shall choose any three Core Courses out of the above CC: 1-11.
2. The student shall choose any one Open Elective Course out of the above Open Electives
Course.
3. Each Semester consists of minimum 25 credits.

f}rh; lsesLVj Lukrd


Sr.
No.
Paper Code Subjects Courses Course Type
1 HL-102 Hindi Lit. ukVd ,oa jaxeap CC
2 EL-102 English Lit. Prose and Fiction CC
3 SL-102 Sanskrit Lit. x| O;kdj.k ,oa vuqokn CC
4 EC-102 Economics Indian Economics CC
5 GE-102 Geography Human Geography CC
6 PS-102 Political Sc. Indian Political Thinkers CC
7 PA-102 Pub Admn. Administrative Institutions CC
8 SOC-102 Sociology Society in India CC
9 HS-102 History History and Culture of Rajasthan CC
Environmental
10 Envt-102 Environment & its Pollution CC
Science
11 BJV-102 Jyotish izkjafHkd T;ksfr"k Qfyr CC
12 AEC Computer Elementary Computer Application AEC
13 NTCC -- Term Paper/ Seminar/ Village Survey NTCC
Open Elective Course
1. Indian Constitution
2. Communication Skill
14 OEC -- 3. Hkk"kk n{krk ikB~;e OEC **
4. Physical Education
5. Life Skills

r`rh; lsesLVj Lukrd


Sr.
Paper Code Subjects Courses Course Type
No.
1 HL-201 Hindi Lit. jhfrdkyhu dkO; ,oa dkO;kax ifjp; CC
2 EL-201 English Lit. Poetry and Grammar CC
3 SL-201 Sanskrit Lit. ukVd NUn~ ,oa vyadkj CC
4 EC-201 Economics Macro Economics CC
5 GE-201 Geography Resource Geography CC
6 PS-201 Political Sc. Modern Constitutions CC
7 PA-201 Pub Admn. Public Administration India CC
8 SOC-201 Sociology Social Research Methods CC
9 HS-201 History History of Medieval India (1000-1707 A.D.) CC
Environmental
10 ENVT-201 Water Resource and Environment CC
Science
11 BJV-201 Jyotish tUei=h jpuk izkjafHkd CC
12 AEC English Functional English AEC
13 NTCC -- Term Paper/ Seminar/ Village Survey NTCC
Open Elective Course
1. Personality Development
14 OEC -- 2. Hkk"kk n{krk ikB~;e OEC **
3. egkRek xka/kh dh fopkj/kkjk
4. thou thus dh dyk] Hkkx 1

150
prqFkZ lsesLVj Lukrd
Sr. Paper
Subjects Courses Course Type
No. Code
1 HL-202 Hindi Lit. dFkk lkfgR; CC
2 EL-202 English Lit. Drama CC
izkphu Hkkjrh; laLd`fr] i| lkfgR;] O;kdj.k
3 SL-202 Sanskrit Lit. CC
,oa fuca/k
4 EC-202 Economics Money, Banking and Public Finance CC
5 GE-202 Geography Geography of India CC
6 PS-202 Political Sc. Indian Political System CC
7 PA-202 Pub Admn. State Administration In India CC
8 SOC-202 Sociology Tribal Society Structure and Change CC
9 HS-202 History History of Modern Europe (1789-1914 A.D.) CC
ENVT- Environmental
10 Quality of Water CC
202 Science
11 BJV-202 Jyotish esykid o eqgwrZ CC
12 AEC English Functional English AEC
13 NTCC -- Term Paper/ Seminar/ Village Survey NTCC
Open Elective Course
1. jktLFkku dh laLd`fr Hkkx&I
14 OEC -- 2. iapra= dk lkekU; ifjp; OEC **
3. vkfFkZd fopkjd
4. thou thus dh dyk Hkkx&2

prqFkZ lsesLVj Lukrd


Sr.
Paper Code Subjects Courses Course Type
No.
1 HL-301 Hindi Lit. vk/kqfud dkO; CC
2 EL-301 English Lit. Indian Writing in English CC
3 SL-301 Sanskrit Lit. oSfnd ,oa ykSfdd lkfgR; CC
4 EC-301 Economics Elements of Statistics CC
General Introduction of Geographical
5 GE-301 Geography CC
Thought
6 PS-301 Political Sc. Modern Political Ideology CC
7 PA-301 Pub Admn. Local Self Govt. in India CC
8 SOC-301 Sociology Fundaments of Sociological Thoughts CC
9 HS-301 History History of Modern India (1740-1950 A.D.) CC
Environmental
10 ENVT-301 Air, Water & Soil CC
Science
11 BJV-301 Jyotish [kxksy 'kkL= ifjp; CC
12 AEC Community Community Service AEC
13 NTCC -- Term Paper/ Seminar/ Village Survey NTCC
Open Elective Course
1. Translation Theory & Fiction
14 OEC --
2. Hkkjr dh fonsk uhfr OEC **
3. jktLFkku dh vFkZO;oLFkk dk ifjp;
4. Urban Sociology
5. Natural Photography-I

151
"k"Be lsesLVj Lukrd

Sr. Paper
Subjects Courses Course Type
No. Code
1 HL-302 Hindi Lit. fuca/k ,o laLej.k CC
2 EL-302 English Lit. Grammar, Fiction & Prose CC
^^laLd`r lkfgR; dk bfrgkl Hkkjrh; nkZu]
3 SL-302 Sanskrit Lit. CC
O;kdj.k ,oa jpuk^^
4 EC-302 Economics International Trade CC
5 GE-302 Geography Environmental Geography CC
6 PS-302 Political Sc. International Relations CC
7 PA-302 Pub Admn. Comparative Public Administration CC
8 SOC-302 Sociology Social Demography CC
9 HS-302 History History of Modern World (1900-1950 A.D.) CC
Environmental
10 ENVT-302 Project Work CC
Science
11 BJV-302 Jyotish Qfyr fopkj CC
12 AEC. Envt. Environmental Studies AEC
13 NTCC -- Term Paper/ Seminar/ Village Survey NTCC
Open Elective Course
1. jktLFkku dh laLd`fr Hkkx&II
2. Hkkjrh; laLd`fr dk lkekU; ifjp; OEC **
14 OEC --
3. fgUnh dk ;k=k lkfgR;
4. Rural Society in India
5. Natural Photography-II

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pkj lsesLVj esa foHkkftr f} o"khZ; LukrdksRrj ikB~;e fgUnh lkfgR;] laLd`r lkfgR;] vaxzsth lkfgR;]
bfrgkl] vFkZ'kkL=] lekt'kkL=] Hkwxksy] jktuhfr foKku ,oa ;ksx&f'k{kk fo"k;ksa esa lapkfyr fd;k tk jgk gSA
izFke lsesLVj LukrdksRrj - Hindi_Lit.
Paper
Sr. No. Subjects Courses Course Type
Code
1 HL-401 Hindi Lit. fgUnh lkfgR; dk bfrgkl Hkkx&I CC
2 HL-402 Hindi Lit. HkfDrdkyhu dkO; CC
3 HL-403 Hindi Lit. dkO;kkL=&Hkkx 1 CC
4 HL-404 Hindi Lit. fuca/k ,oa x| dh vU; fo/kk,W&1 CC
5 HL-405 Hindi Lit. ukV~; dyk fo/kku Hkkx&1 SEC

f}rh; lsesLVj LukrdksRrj - Hindi_Lit.


Paper
Sr. No. Subjects Courses Course Type
Code
1 HL-411 Hindi Lit. fgUnh lkfgR; dk bfrgkl Hkkx&II CC
2 HL-412 Hindi Lit. jhfrdkyhu dkO; CC
3 HL-413 Hindi Lit. dkO;kkL=&Hkkx 2 CC
4 HL-414 Hindi Lit. fuca/k ,oa x| dh vU; fo/kk,W&2 CC
5 HL-415 Hindi Lit. ukV~; dyk fo/kku Hkkx&2 SEC

152
r`rh; lsesLVj LukrdksRrj - Hindi_Lit.
Paper
Sr. No. Subjects Courses Course Type
Code
1 HL-501 Hindi Lit. vk/kqfud dkO; Hkkx&I CC
2 HL-502 Hindi Lit. fgUnh ukVd Hkkx&1 CC
3 HL-503 Hindi Lit. Hkk"kk dk bfrgkl CC
4 HL-504 Hindi Lit. dFkk lkfgR; Hkkx&1 CC
5 HL-505 Hindi Lit. lkfgfR;d fuca/k Hkkx&1 SEC

prqFkZ lsesLVj LukrdksRrj - Hindi_Lit.


Paper
Sr. No. Subjects Courses Course Type
Code
1 HL-511 Hindi Lit. vk/kqfud dkO; Hkkx&I CC
2 HL-512 Hindi Lit. fgUnh ukVd Hkkx&2 CC
3 HL-513 Hindi Lit. Hkk"kk foKku CC
4 HL-514 Hindi Lit. dFkk lkfgR; Hkkx&2 CC
5 HL-515 Hindi Lit. lkfgfR;d fuca/k Hkkx&2 SEC

izFke lsesLVj LukrdksRrj - Sanskrit


Sr. Paper
Subjects Courses Course Type
No. Code
1 SL-401 Sanskrit oSfnd lkfgR; izFke CC
2 SL-402 Sanskrit Hkkjrh; nkZu izFke CC
3 SL-403 Sanskrit dkO; ,oa dkO;kkL= izFke CC
4 SL-404 Sanskrit Hkk"kk foKku] O;kdj.k ,oa vuqokn CC
5 SL-405 Sanskrit jkek;.k dk ifjp; SEC

f}rh; lsesLVj LukrdksRrj - Sanskrit


Paper
Sr. No. Subjects Courses Course Type
Code
1 SL-411 Sanskrit oSfnd lkfgR; f}rh; CC
2 SL-412 Sanskrit Hkkjrh; nkZu f}rh; CC
3 SL-413 Sanskrit ukVs ,oa dkO;kkL= CC
4 SL-414 Sanskrit laLd`r O;kdj.k] fuca/k ,oa vuqokn CC

5 SL-415 Sanskrit egkHkkjr dk ifjp; SEC

r`rh; lsesLVj LukrdksRrj - Sanskrit


Sr. Paper
Subjects Courses Course Type
No. Code
1 SL-501 Sanskrit dkO; CC
2 SL-502 Sanskrit lkfgR; 'kkL= CC
3 SL-503 Sanskrit ukV~;kkL= ,oa izeq[k ukVd CC
4 SL-504 Sanskrit i| lkfgR; CC
5 SL-505 Sanskrit ukfLrd nkZuksa dk ifjp; SEC

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prqFkZ lsesLVj LukrdksRrj - Sanskrit
Sr. Paper
Subjects Courses Course Type
No. Code
1 SL-511 Sanskrit laLd`r ewyd laLd`fr CC
2 SL-512 Sanskrit Hkkjrh; nkZu & r`rh; CC
3 SL-513 Sanskrit n`;dkO; CC
4 SL-514 Sanskrit x| lkfgR; CC
5 SL-515 Sanskrit iqjk.kksa dk ifjp; SEC

izFke lsesLVj LukrdksRrj - English_Lit.


Sr. Paper
Subjects Courses Course Type
No. Code
1 EL-401 English Lit. Grammar and Report Writing CC
2 EL-402 English Lit. Renaissance Drama CC
3 EL-403 English Lit. Restoration Poetry and Fiction CC
4 EL-404 English Lit. Romantic Poetry CC
5 EL-405 English Lit. New Literature (Poetry & Fiction) SEC

f}rh; lsesLVj LukrdksRrj - English_Lit.


Sr. Paper
Subjects Courses Course Type
No. Code
1 EL-411 English Lit. Phonetics and Writing Skills CC
2 EL-412 English Lit. Renaissance Poetry and Prose CC
3 EL-413 English Lit. Restoration Prose and Drama CC
4 EL-414 English Lit. Romantic Prose and Fiction CC
5 EL-415 English Lit. New Literature (Prose & Drama) SEC

r`rh; lsesLVj LukrdksRrj - English Lit.

Sr. Paper
Subjects Courses Course Type
No. Code
Principles of Criticism (From Aristotle
1 EL-501 English Lit. CC
to Coleridge)
2 EL-502 English Lit. Victorian Poetry and Prose CC
3 EL-503 English Lit. 20th Century Poetry and Prose CC
4 EL-504 English Lit. Modern English Grammar CC
5 EL-505 English Lit. Indian English Poetry and Prose SEC

prqFkZ lsesLVj LukrdksRrj - English Lit.


Sr. Paper
Subjects Courses Course Type
No. Code
1 EL-511 English Lit. Modern Literary Theories of Criticism CC
2 EL-512 English Lit. Victorian Drama and Fiction CC
20th Century Literature : Drama &
3 EL-513 English Lit. CC
Fiction
4 EL-514 English Lit. Basics of English Language Teaching CC
5 EL-515 English Lit. Indian English Drama & Fiction SEC

154
izFke lsesLVj LukrdksRrj - History

Sr. Paper
Subjects Courses Course Type
No. Code
1 HS-401 History bfrgkl Lo:i ,oa fl)kUr CC
izFke foo;q) ls iwoZ foo jktuhfr
2 HS-402 History 1870&1919 bZ- CC
izFke foo;q) ds ckn dh jktuhfr 1919&1950
3 HS-403 History bZ- CC
iwoZ e/;dkyhu Hkkjr dk bfrgkl 8oha lnh ls
4 HS-404 History 12oha lnh rd CC
5 HS-405 History vfHkys[k ,oa laxzgky; SEC

f}rh; lsesLVj LukrdksRrj - History

Sr. Paper
Subjects Courses Course Type
No. Code
1 HS-411 History bfrgkl ys[ku dh ijEijk CC
izFke foo;q) ls iwoZ foo jktuhfr
2 HS-412 History CC
1870&1919 bZ-
izFke foo;q) ds ckn dh jktuhfr
3 HS-413 History CC
1919&1950 bZ-
lYrurdkyhu Hkkjr dk bfrgkl
4 HS-414 History CC
1290&1525 bZ-
5 HS-415 History iqjkrkfRod jktLFkku SEC
r`rh; lsesLVj LukrdksRrj - History
Sr. Paper
Subjects Courses Course Type
No. Code
eqxy lkezkT; LFkkiuk o la?k"kZ 1526 ls
1 HS-501 History CC
1556 bZ-
2 HS-502 History eqxy lkezkT; 1540 ls 1605 bZ- CC
3 HS-503 History ejkBks dk bfrgkl CC
eqxy lkezkT; mRd"kZ ls volku 1605 ls
4 HS-504 History CC
1707 bZ-
jktLFkku dk lkaLd`frd
5 HS-505 History SEC
bfrgkl&Hkkx1@y?kqkks/k izca/k
prqFkZ lsesLVj LukrdksRrj - History
Paper
Sr. No. Subjects Courses Course Type
Code
e/;dkyhu Hkkjr dh laLFkk,a 1200 ls
1 HS-511 History CC
1700 bZ-
eqxy lkezkT; mRd"kZ ls volku 1605
2 HS-512 History CC
ls 1707 bZ-
{ksf=; 'kfDr;ksa dk vH;qn; 1707 ls
3 HS-513 History CC
1765 bZ-
4 HS-514 History jktLFkku dk bfrgkl CC
jktLFkku dk lkaLd`frd bfrgkl
5 HS-515 History SEC
Hkkx&2@y?kqkks/k izca/k
155
izFke lsesLVj LukrdksRrj - Economics

Sr. No. Paper


Subjects Courses Course Type
Code
1 EC-401 Economics Micro Economics-I CC
2 EC-402 Economics Public Economics-I CC
3 EC-403 Economics Statistical Techniques CC
4 EC-404 Economics Principles of Agriculture Economics CC
5 EC-405 Economics Economy of Rajasthan SEC

f}rh; lsesLVj LukrdksRrj - Economics

Sr. Paper
Subjects Courses Course Type
No. Code
1 EC-411 Economics Micro Economics-II CC
2 EC-412 Economics Public Economics-II CC
Research Methodology and
3 EC-413 Economics CC
Mathematics
Fundamental of Agricultural
4 EC-414 Economics CC
Economics
5 EC-415 Economics Planning & Development in Rajasthan SEC

r`rh; lsesLVj LukrdksRrj - Economics


Sr. Paper
Subjects Courses Course Type
No. Code
1 EC-501 Economics Macro Economics Theory CC
2 EC-502 Economics International Economics CC
Theory of Economic Growth &
3 EC-503 Economics CC
Growth Models
4 EC-504 Economics History of Economic Thought-I CC
Problem of Indian
5 EC-505 Economics SEC
Agriculture/Econometrics/Dissertation
prqFkZ lsesLVj LukrdksRrj - Economics
Sr. Paper
Subjects Courses Course Type
No. Code
1 EC-511 Economics Monetary Economics CC
2 EC-512 Economics Indian Planning & Planning Policies CC
3 EC-513 Economics History of Economic Thought-II CC
4 EC-514 Economics Labour Economics CC
Principles of Cooperatives and
5 EC-515 Economics Cooperatives Movements in India/ SEC
Econometrics/Dissertation

156
izFke lsesLVj LukrdksRrj -Sociology

Sr. Paper
Subjects Courses Course Type
No. Code
1 SOC-401 Sociology Principles of Sociology CC
2 SOC-402 Sociology Research Methodology CC
3 SOC-403 Sociology Indian Social Thinkers-I CC
4 SOC-404 Sociology Sociology of Social Movement CC
5 SOC-405 Sociology Mass Media & Society SEC

f}rh; lsesLVj LukrdksRrj -Sociology


Sr. Paper
Subjects Courses Course Type
No. Code
1 SOC-411 Sociology Theoretical Perspective in Sociology CC
2 SOC-412 Sociology Urban Sociology CC
Sociology of Change and
3 SOC-413 Sociology CC
Development
4 SOC-414 Sociology Tribal Sociology in India CC
5 SOC-415 Sociology Rural Management and Development SEC

r`rh; lsesLVj LukrdksRrj -Sociology

Sr. Paper
Subjects Courses Course Type
No. Code
1 SOC-501 Sociology Indian Social System CC
2 SOC-502 Sociology Population & Society CC
3 SOC-503 Sociology Industry and Society CC
4 SOC-504 Sociology Polity and Society CC
5 SOC-505 Sociology Rural Sociology SEC

prqFkZ lsesLVj LukrdksRrj -Sociology


Sr. Paper
Subjects Courses Course Type
No. Code
1 SOC-511 Sociology Classical Sociological Thinkers CC
2 SOC-512 Sociology Crime and Society CC
Contemporary Social Problems in
3 SOC-513 Sociology CC
India
4 SOC-514 Sociology Family, Marriage and Kinship in India CC
5 SOC-515 Sociology Indian Social Thinkers-II SEC
izFke lsesLVj LukrdksRrj - Geography
Sr. Paper
Subjects Courses Course Type
No. Code
1 GE-401 Geography Evolution of Geographical Thought CC
2 GE-402 Geography Geomorphology CC
3 GE-403 Geography Economic Geography CC
4 GE-404 Geography Advance Geography of India CC
5 GE-405 Geography Practical Geography SEC
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f}rh; lsesLVj LukrdksRrj - Geography
Sr. Paper
Subjects Courses Course Type
No. Code
1 GE-411 Geography Climatology & Oceanography CC
2 GE-412 Geography Economic & Resource Geography CC
3 GE-413 Geography Political Geography CC
4 GE-414 Geography Environmental Geography CC
5 GE-415 Geography Practical Geography SEC

r`rh; lsesLVj LukrdksRrj - Geography


Sr. Paper
Subjects Courses Course Type
No. Code
1 GE-501 Geography Population Geography CC
2 GE-502 Geography Agriculture Geography CC
3 GE-503 Geography Urban Geograhpy CC
4 GE-504 Geography Geography of Rajasthan CC
5 GE-505 Geography Practical Geography SEC

prqFkZ lsesLVj LukrdksRrj - Geography


Sr. Paper
Subjects Courses Course Type
No. Code
1 GE-511 Geography Industrial Geography CC
Social Geography with Special
2 GE-512 Geography CC
Reference to India
Geography of Water Resources &
3 GE-513 Geography CC
Management
4 GE-514 Geography Natural Resource Management CC
5 GE-515 Geography Practical Geography SEC

izFke lsesLVj LukrdksRrj - Political Science

Sr. Paper
Subjects Courses Course Type
No. Code
1 PS-401 Political Sc. Political Thought (Ancient) CC
Indian Government and Politics
2 PS-402 Political Sc. CC
(Framework)
Comparative Politics
3 PS-403 Political Sc. CC
(Conceptual/Framework)
Theory of Public Administration
4 PS-404 Political Sc. CC
(Principles)
5 PS-405 Political Sc. Theory at International Relations SEC

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f}rh; lsesLVj LukrdksRrj - Political Science
Sr. Paper
Subjects Courses Course Type
No. Code
1 PS-411 Political Sc. Political Thought (Modern) CC
Indian Government and Politics
2 PS-412 Political Sc. CC
(Dynamics)
Comparative Politics (Structure and
3 PS-413 Political Sc. CC
Politics of Developing Countries)
Theories of Public Administration
4 PS-414 Political Sc. (Administrative Behaviour and CC
Personnel Administration)
5 PS-415 Political Sc. Ideas of Gandhi, Nehru and Roy SEC

r`rh; lsesLVj LukrdksRrj - Political Science


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Subjects Courses Course Type
No. Code
Contemporary Indian Political
1 PS-501 Political Sc. CC
Thought
2 PS-502 Political Sc. Theories of International Politics CC
3 PS-503 Political Sc. State Politics in India CC
Political Parties and Pressure Groups
4 PS-504 Political Sc. CC
in India
Human Rights : Concepts and
5 PS-505 Political Sc. SEC
Application

prqFkZ lsesLVj LukrdksRrj - Political Science


Sr. Paper
Subjects Courses Course Type
No. Code
1 PS-511 Political Sc. Contemporary Political Theory CC
International Relations and
2 PS-512 Political Sc. CC
Contemporary Political Issues
3 PS-513 Political Sc. Federalism in India CC
4 PS-514 Political Sc. Electoral Politics in India CC
5 PS-515 Political Sc. Research Methods and Techniques SEC

,e-fQy- ikB~;e
Okkf"kZd ijh{kk iz.kkyh ds vUrxZr ,e-fQy- ikB~;e laLd`r lkfgR;] vaxzsth lkfgR;] fgUnh lkfgR;]
vFkZ'kkL=] Hkwxksy] bfrgkl] lekt'kkL=] jktuhfr 'kkL= fo"k;ksa esa lapkfyr fd;k tk jgk gSA ,e-fQy-
ikB~;e esa izos'k gsrq fuEufyf[kr fu;e gSa %&
d ,e-fQy- ikB~;e esa izos'k gsrq LukrdksRrj ijh{kk esa U;wure 55 izfr'kr vad gksuk vko';d gSA
izos'k gsrq fo'ofo|ky; }kjk izos'k ijh{kk vk;ksftr dh tkrh gSA
[k ,e-fQy- ikB~;e esa izos'k ds bPNqd fo|kfFkZ;ksa ds fy, vko';d gS fd os fdlh vU; ikB~;e esa
iathd`r u gksaA
x ,e-fQy- ikB~;e ,d iw.kZdkfyd dk;Ze gS ftlesa fo|kfFkZ;ksa dh fu;fer mifLFkfr vfuok;Z
gSA

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ikB~;e f'k{k.k ,oa ewY;kadu iz.kkyh
egkfo|ky; esa lapkfyr leLr ,e-fQy- ikB~;eksa esa rhu lS)kfUrd iz'u&i= rFkk y?kq 'kks/k lfEefyr
gSA y?kq 'kks/k ds fy, nks iz'u&i=ksa ds cjkcj vad fu/kkZfjr gSaA fo|kfFkZ;ksa dk lrr~ ewY;kadu fd;k tk,xkA l=
i;ZUr VeZ isij] lsfeukj] fu;rdkfyd ijh{kk vkfn ds ek/;e ls fo|kfFkZ;ksa dk ewY;kadu fd;k tk,xkA bl gsrq
iPphl izfr'kr vadksa dk izko/kku gSA 'ks"k ipgkj izfr'kr vadksa ds fy, l=kUr eas okf"kZd ijh{kk gksxhA
izos'k ikB~;e] f'k{k.k o ewY;kadu ds laca/k esa vf/kd tkudkjh ds fy, fo|kFkhZ lacaf/kr foHkkxksa esa lEidZ
dj ldrs gSaA
uksV %& LukrdksRrj ,oa ,e- fQy- ikB~;eksa ds ikB~;e] iz'u i= fooj.k ,oa vkUrfjd rFkk ckg~;
ijh{kk iz.kkyh ds foLr`r fooj.k gsrq egkfo|ky; esa miyC/k ikB~;e fooj.k iqfLrdk ;k lEcfU/kr foHkkx ls
lEidZ djsaA
egkfo|ky; izos'k ik=rk ,oa 'kqYd fooj.k
- ikB~;e ikB~;e U;wure ;ksX;rk izos'k i)fr ikB~;e 'kqYd vkj{k.k
la- vof/k Hkkjrh; fonskh
1- Lukrd ch - ekU;rk izkIr cksMZ vgZdkjh ijh{kk 18700 jkT;
,- lsesLVj f=&o"khZ; ls 12oha ;k led{k ds izkIrkdksas dh 11000 ljdkj ds
ijh{kk esa 45 ojh;rk lwph ds fu;ekuqlkj
izfrkr vad vk/kkj ij
10+2
2- LukrdksRrj f}&o"khZ; ekU;rk izkIr 13100 22500 jkT;
,e-,- foofo|ky; ls ljdkj ds
lsesLVj Lukrd ;k led{k fu;ekuqlkj
ijh{kk esa 48
izfrkr vad ;k
vkosfnr ladk; esa
55 izfrkrA
jktLFkku ds ckgj
ds fo|kfFkZ;ksa gsrq
60 izfrkr
10+2+3
3- ,e- fQy- ,d o"khZ; ekU;rk izkIr fo'ofo|ky; 21500 3000 jkT;
okf"kZd foofo|ky; ls Lrj ij ljdkj ds
LukrdksRrj ;k vk;ksftr izosk fu;ekuqlkj
led{k ijh{kk esa ijh{kk ds ek/;e
SC, ST gsrq lsA
fu;ekuqlkj NV
4- izk;ksfxd fo"k; % Hkwxksy] dEI;wVj] lekt'kkL= ,e-,- 1000 1000

O;kolkf;d ikB~;e
fMIyksek ,oa lfVZfQdsV ikB~;e
-la- fooj.k izLrkfor 'kqYd
1- ih-th- fMIyksek bu th-vkbZ-,l- ,.M fjeksV lsfUlax :- 15000@&
2- cSpyj vkWQ tujfyTe ,.M ekl dE;qfudsku :- 9000@&
3- lfVZfQdsV dkslZ bu Liksdu bafXyk :- 1500@&
4- lfVZfQdsV dkslZ bu izksfQ;sUlh bu bfXyk ,.M dE;qfudsku fLdYl :- 4000@&
5- ih-th- fMIyksek bu ;ksxk ,tqds'ku :- 16000@&

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fofHkUu ikB~;e dh ukekadu] ik=rk ,oa ijh{kk 'kqYd jkf'k fo'ofo|ky; fu;ekuqlkj gksxhA
fo'ofo|ky; }kjk ifjofrZr nj ykxw gksxhA

ekf.kD;yky oekZ Jethoh egkfo|ky;


ikB~;e 'kqYd fooj.k
Hkkjrh; Nk= fons'kh Nk=
-la- fooj.k
Lukrd Lukrdkskj ,e-fQy Lukrd Lukrdkskj ,e-fQy
1 ikBu 'kqYd 3300 3410 7150 5720 6050 7700
2 izos'k 'kqYd 1100 1100 5500 1980 1980 6900
3 iqLrdky; 'kqYd 550 550 550 990 990 990
4 bZ&ykbczsjh 'kqYd 220 550 550 385 550 990
5 fo-fo- hMk 'kqYd 440 440 0 770 770 0
6 jksoj LdkmV 'kqYd 110 0 0 165 0 0
7 'kks/k 'kqYd 660 1100 1650 880 1980 3080
8 lsfeukj dks"k 220 550 550 0 550 550
9 ,u-lh-lh- 'kqYd 110 0 0 220 0 0
10 egkfo|ky; fodkl 'kqYd 3740 4850 5000 6600 8640 8800
11 fo'ofo|ky; dks"k 550 550 550 990 990 990
dqy ;ksx 11000 13100 21500 18700 22500 30000
uksV ifjp; i= vfrfjDr izfr 150
fo"k; ifjorZu 300
ladk; ifjorZu 600
dEI;wVj izk;ksfxd 1100
vU; fo"k; izk;ksfxd 600
Hkwxksy izk;ksfxd 1100
ifjp; i=
lHkh Nk=ksa dks ifjp; i= vfuok;Zr% vius lkFk j[kuk pkfg;s D;ksafd mlds fcuk fdlh Hkh Nk= dks
iqLrdky; esa izos'k ugha ysus fn;k tk;sxkA ifjp; i= lEHkky dj j[ksaA ifjp; i= [kks tkus ij 'kiFk&i= nsus
ij 100@& :i;s 'kqYd tek djkus ij gh nwljk ifjp; i= fn;k tk ldsxkA
,d ckj 'kqYd tek gks tkus ij dksbZ Hkh 'kqYd ugha ykSVk;k tk,xkA ekf.kD;yky oekZ Jethoh
egkfo|ky; ds vU; ns; ,oa ikBu 'kqYd ds vfrfjDr Hkwxksy] lekt'kkL= ,oa dEI;wVj fo"k; ysus okyksa Nk=ksa
dks izk;ksfxd 'kqYd Hkh nsuk gksxkA
vuqfpr lk/ku iz;ksx ls lEcfU/kr dk;Zokgh
1- vuqfpr lk/ku iz;ksx ls rkRi;Z %
egkfo|ky; ds izk/;kid vFkok mlds dk;kZy; ds fdlh O;fDr vFkok ijh{kk lapkyu ls lEc) fdlh
O;fDr vFkok iz'u i= cukus okys ijh{kk vFkok iz'u&i= esa vkus okys iz'u tkuus ds fy,] vad nsus ds
fy,] ijh{kd ij izHkko Mkyus ds fy, vkSj bl izdkj ijh{kk dk;Z esa ijh{k.k dks vuqfpr :i ls izHkkfor
djus ds fy, lEidZ djuk vkSj rnkuqlkj iz;Ru djukA
2- ijh{kk Hkou esa vFkok mlds ckgj ds fdlh O;fDr ds iz'ui= gy djus esa lgk;rk ysuk vFkok fdlh
vU; ijh{kkFkhZ dh lgk;rk ysuk vkSj nsukA
3- v ijh{kk ds le; iz'u i= ls lEcU/k dksbZ dkxt] iqLrd vFkok fVIi.kh vkfn vius ikl j[kukA
c L;kgh ds fMCcs] Ldsy vFkok iSafly ckWDl ij vFkok Vscy ftl ij Nk= cSBk gS& ij iz'u i= ls
lEc) fy[kk gqvk gksukA

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4- ijh{kk dky esa ijh{kk ls lEc) fdlh Hkh vU; vuqfpr lk/ku tSls b'kkjs djuk] QqlQqlkuk] vU;
vkoktsa djuk vFkok iz;Ru djukA
5- mkj iqfLrdk dks ijh{kk Hkou esa ijLij cnyuk ;k Hkou ls ckgj ys tkus vFkok fdlh Hkh fo|kFkhZ ds
LFkku ij vU; }kjk ijh{kk fn;k tkuk ;k lgk;rk djukA
;fn ijh{kkFkhZ ijh{kk Hkou esa udy djus ;k mldk iz;kl djrs gq, ik;k x;k rks mldks ml iz'ui= dh
ijh{kk ftlesa og nks"kh ik;k x;k gS] fujLr dj nh tk,xhA
fo'ks"k uksV %& vuqfpr lk/ku iz;ksx esa nks"kh ik;s tkus okyk Nk= vFkok vuqfpr lk/ku iz;ksx djus okyk
Nk= egkfo|ky; dh dksbZ Hkh lqfo/kk] fj;k;r izkIr djus dk vf/kdkjh ugha gksxkA iwoZ esa mls ;fn dksbZ lqfo/kk
nh tk pqdh gS rks mls Hkh fujLr fd;k tk ldsxkA
izos'k ,oa ijke'kZ lfefr
egkfo|ky;ksa esa Nk=ksa dks mfpr ekxZn'kZu iznku djus gsrq dkmUlfyax dh O;oLFkk gSA ftu Nk=ksa us bl
l= esa ,e-,- izFke lsesLVj gsrq izos'k vkosnu fd;s gSa] mUgsa izos'k nsus ls iwoZ mDr izos'k lfefr lk{kkRdkj }kjk
egkfo|ky; ds fu;e ,oa fo"k; ds p;u ds lEcU/k esa leqfpr ijke'kZ iznku djsxhA u, izos'kkfFkZ;ksa ds vkosnu
i= dh tkap dj ;g lfefr Nk=ksa ds izR;{k :i ls feydj ;ksX;rk ekuqlkj vf/k"Bkrk@leUo;d dks izos'k
gsrq vuq'kalk djsxhA
izos'k ds lEcU/k esa fdlh Hkh izdkj dh vf/klwpuk fu;e@mifu;e] jkT; ljdkj@;w-th-lh-
@fo|kihB@egkfo|ky; }kjk tkjh fd;s tkrs gSa rks lHkh Nk=ksa dks ekU; gksaxsA fdlh Hkh izdkj dh izdk'ku esa
=qfV jgus ij vf/k"Bkrk@izkpk;Z dk fu.kZ; gh vfUre gksxkA
lg&'kSf{kd xfrfof/k;k
egkfo|ky; esa v/kksfyf[kr xfrfof/k;k vk;ksftr dh tkrh gaSaA gj Nk= ds fy, de ls de ,d xfrfof/k esa
Hkkx ysuk vko';d gksxkA
[ksy&dwn dk;Ze % Nk=ksa ds 'kkjhfjd fodkl ds fy, QqVcky] okyhcky] fdsV] cSMfeUVu]
Vscy&Vsful] dq'rh] [kks&[kks] ckLdsVckWy bR;kfn [ksyksa dh lqfo/kk, miyC/k gSaA bu [ksyksa esa mUgha Nk=ksa dks
izf'k{k.k nsus dh O;oLFkk gS] ftuesa bu [ksyksa ds izfr :fp o {kerk&fodkl dh laHkkouk, gSaA lkekU; fodkl dh
n`f"V ls vUrdZ{kk ,oa vUrlZadk; izfr;ksfxrk, Hkh vk;ksftr dh tkrh gSaA
Nk=ksa dks yEch&dwn] ph&dwn] xksyk Qasd] Hkkjkskksyu] eqDdsckth] Hkkyk Qsad] 'kkWV iqV rFkk nkSM+ bR;kfn
esa Hkh izf'k{k.k fn;k tkrk gSA mDr [ksyksa ds f[kykfM+;ksa dks ;ksX; ikus ij vUrfoZ'ofo|ky; izfr;ksfxrkvksa esa
Hkkx ysus Hkh Hkstk tk ldrk gSA
vU; lg&'kSf{kd xfrfof/k;k
1- lkaLd`frd xfrfof/k;k % Nk=ksa ds fy, laxhr] ukVd] ewd vfHku;] ,dkfHku;] u`R; bR;kfn
xfrfof/k;ksa dh izfr;ksfxrk, vk;ksftr dh tkrh gSaA Nk=ksa dks ;qok&lekjksg ds fy, fofHkUu izo`fk;ksa esa
izf'kf{kr fd;k tkrk gSA
2- lkfgfR;d xfrfof/k;k % egkfo|ky; esa le;&le; ij okn&fookn] iz'ukskjh] iksLVj] dgkuh]
dfork vkfn izfr;ksfxrk, vk;ksftr dh tkrh gSa ftlesa Nk= dh l`tukRed o jpukRed izfrHkk dk
fodkl gksrk gSA izfro"kZ vf[ky jktLFkku okn&fookn izfr;ksfxrk, fgUnh o vaxzsth esa dqyifr
py&oSt;Urh okn&fookn izfr;ksfxrk vk;ksftr dh tkrh gSA
3- cqysfVu % egkfo|ky; dh okf"kZd if=dk ds LFkku ij nksuksa ladk;ksa ,oa fofHkUu fo"k;ksa }kjk vdknfed
fodkl] izo`fk;ksa] miyfC/k;ksa ;Fkk ^xfr* cqysfVu ds jpukRed ls lEcfU/kr 2 vad izdkf'kr fd;s
tk;saxsA ;g vad egkfo|ky; dh lEiw.kZ xfrfof/k;ksa ds lwpd Hkh gksaxsA egkfo|ky; dk okf"kZd

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izfrosnu l=kar esa izdkf'kr fd;k tkrk gSA
4- jk"Vh; lsok ;kstuk ,u-,l-,l- % egkfo|ky; ds l= 1998&99 ls jk"Vh; lsok ;kstuk ds
vUrxZr dk;Ze vk;ksftr djus dh dk;Z ;kstuk izLrkfor dh xbZ gSA bl ;kstuk esa egkfo|ky; ds
Nk=ksa dh Hkkxhnkjh fuf'pr dh xbZ gSA
ifjlj lkSUn;hZdj.k % jk"Vh; lsok ;kstuk ds Lo;alsodksa dh ifjlj lkSUn;hZdj.k esa Hkkxhnkjh
lqfuf'pr dh tk;sxhA
5- ,u-lh-lh- % Nk=ksa dh :fp dks ns[krs gq, egkfo|ky; esa ,u-lh-lh- Fky lsuk dh bdkbZ dk xBu
fd;k x;k gSA ftlesa 53 Nk=ksa dks izos'k fn;k tkrk gSA l= 2004&2005 ls egkfo|ky; esa ;g
xfrfof/k lapkfyr gSA mDr xfrfof/k esa Lukrd Lrj esa izFke o"kZ ds v/;;ujr Nk=ksa dks izos'k fn;k
tkrk gSA
vof/k dk;Z ;kstuk %
v l=kjEHk esa ifjlj lkSUn;hZdj.k] Jenku o ifjlj esa ykWu fodflr djuk] ogk lQkbZ o dkyh feV~Vh
dk Hkjko djokukA
c flrEcj 1- ikS/kkjksi.k] 2- Vh&xkMZl~] 3- Nk;knkj isM+ksa dk j[k&j[kko]
flapkbZ bR;kfn dh leqfpr O;oLFkk djuk rFkk izR;sd isM+ dh
ftEesnkjh Lo;alsodksa dks lkSaiuk vkfnA
l tuojh] Qjojh] ekpZ 1- LokLF;] f'k{kk ij okrkZ]
2- ,d fnolh; f'kfojA
n lekt lsok f'kfoj % 1- LokLF; f'k{kk] 2- i;kZoj.k psruk] 3- Jenku
4- lkekftd leL;kvksa ds izfr tkx`fr mRiUu djukA
1- Nk= ijke'kZ dsUnz % vkxkeh l= esa Nk= ijke'kZ dsUnz LFkkfir fd;k tk;sxk ftlesa Nk=ksa dks dsUnz ds
ek/;e ls izos'k] Nk=o`fk rFkk jkstxkj bR;kfn fo"k;ksa ij lwpuk, miyC/k dh tk ldsA
2- i;kZoj.k f'k{kk&izdks"B % izdks"B ds rgr egkfo|ky; ds Nk=ksa esa i;kZoj.k tkx#drk fodflr
djus ds fy, i;kZoj.k f'k{kk ij okrkZ] vkS|ksfxd iznw"k.k] ty] ok;q] /ofu o Hkwfe ij iznw"k.k dk izHkkoA
i;kZoj.k fu;kstu rFkk uxjh; i;kZoj.k leL;kvksa ds dk;Ze vk;ksftr fd;s tk;saxsA
3- jk"Vh; ioZ ,oa t;Urh % x.kra= fnol o jk"Vh; ioZ ij fo'ks"k dk;Ze rFkk jk"Vh; egkiq:"kksa ij
fo'ks"k okrkZvksa dk vk;kstuA
4- vU; xfrfof/k;k % egkfo|ky; ds Nk=ksa dh lkekftd fodkl esa Hkkxhnkjh lqfuf'pr djuk
lkeqnkf;d ,drk] lekt lsok] [ksydwn vkfn izfr;ksfxrkvksa dk vk;kstu vkfnA
5- jksoj xqzi % egkfo|ky; esa ,d jksoj xqzi dk xBu Hkh gksrk gS ftlesa Nk= Hkkx ys ldrs gSaA jksoj cuus
gsrq Nk= esa lgdkj Hkkouk] fouezrk] lnk'k;rk] ifjJe ds izfr fu"Bk gksuh vko';d gSA
6- ladk;xr ifj"knsa % ekufodh o lkekftd foKku ladk; dh fofHkUu izo`fk;ksa o izfr;ksfxrkvksa gsrq
ladk;ksa dh viuh ifj"knsa gSa] ftuds ladk;okj Nk= vfuok;Zr% lnL; gksrs gSaA
7- ;kstuk xks"Bh % vFkZ'kkL= ds lHkh Nk= bl xks"Bh ds vfuok;Zr% lnL; gksrs gSaA vU; Nk= Hkh lnL;
gks ldrs gSaA blds vUrxZr fofHkUu vk;kstuksa }kjk jk"Vh; iapo"khZ; ;kstukvksa ls Nk=ksa dks voxr
djk;k tkrk gSA fofHkUu izfr;ksfxrkvksa }kjk izksRlkgu&Lo:i Nk=ksa dks iqjLd`r Hkh fd;k tkrk gSA
vklikl ds vkfFkZd laLFkkuksa o m|ksx dk voyksdu lkekftd&vkfFkZd losZ{k.k] Hkze.k bR;kfn
dk;Ze Hkh vk;ksftr fd;s tkrs gSaA

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8- tula[;k izdks"B % ;g 'kSf{kd izpkj dk;Ze gS] ftlds vUrxZr Lo;a Nk= tula[;k dh leL;k ds
izfr tkx:d gksrs gSa rFkk lekt esa Hkh bldh psruk tkxzr djrs gSaA
9- Nk= dY;k.k dks"k % bl dks"k }kjk Nk=ksa dks fu;ekuqlkj vkfFkZd lgk;rk dk izko/kku gSA
10- vuqlwfpr tkfr ,oa tutkfr izdks"B@vU; fiNM+k oxZ % egkfo|ky; esa vuqlwfpr tkfr ,oa
tutkfr@vU; fiNM+k oxZ izdks"B dh LFkkiuk mlls lEcfU/kr fo|kfFkZ;ksa ds dY;k.k gsrq dh xbZ gSA
blds }kjk mUgsa ekxZn'kZu ,oa mudh leL;kvksa ds fujkdj.k dh O;oLFkk dk izko/kku fd;k tk;sxkA
vuqlwfpr tkfr ,oa vuqlwfpr tutkfr izHkkjh ls lacaf/kr lwpuk, ;Fkkle; izlkfjr dh tk,xhA
iqLrdky;
egkfo|ky; dk iqLrdky; fo'ofo|ky; dk lcls iqjkuk ,oa le`) iqLrdky; gS ftlesa dyk ladk; ds
lHkh fo"k;ksa dh yxHkx 65000 iqLrdsa miyC/k gSa ftUgsa Nk= iqLrdky; lnL;rk izkIr dj 14 fnu ds fy, izkIr
dj ldrs gSa blds lkFk gh egkfo|ky; iqLrdky; esa cqd cSad lqfo/kk Hkh Nk=ksa gsrq miyC/k gSA

vdknfed dk;ZdkkZ
lkekftd foKku ,oa ekufodh ladk;
izks- lqeu ikespk & laLd`r foHkkx
vf/k"Bkrk ,oa izkpk;Z MkW- /khjt izdk'k tks'kh &foHkkxk/;{k
MkW- dqlqeyrk Vsyj
vaxzsth foHkkx
izks- gsesUnz flag p.Mkfy;k vFkZ'kkL= foHkkx
izks- eqDrk 'kekZ &foHkkxk/;{k izks- lqeu ikespk
MkW- esgtchu lknM+hokyk MkW- ikjl tSu &foHkkxk/;{k

fgUnh foHkkx lekt'kkL= foHkkx


izks- ey; ikusjh &foHkkxk/;{k izks- lat; dqekj feJk&foHkkxk/;{k
MkW- eerk ikusjh MkW- uhys'k Hk
MkW- jkts'k 'kekZ
jktuhfr foKku ,oa yksd iz'kklu foHkkx
bfrgkl ,oa laLd`fr foHkkx MkW- lh- ,y- Hkxksjk
izks- uhye dkSf'kd &foHkkxk/;{k MkW- o"kkZ ikjxh
MkW- gsesUnz pkS/kjh Jh txiky flag 'kDrkor
Jh fxjh'k dqekj iqjksfgr dEI;wVj foHkkx
Jh ujnso flag lkjaxnsoksr
Hkwxksy foHkkx
izks- lquhrk flag &foHkkxk/;{k 'kkjhfjd f'k{kk foHkkx
izks- jkeiky ukjkuhoky MkW- fnyhi flag pkSgku
izks- ,y- vkj- iVsy
MkW- iadt jkoy
MkW- ;qojkt flag jkBkSM+

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ea=kyf;d dk;ZdkkZ
Jh pUnz'ks[kj f}osnh Jh fj;kt gqlSu Jh jktdqekj pkS/kjh
Jh izdk'k flag tknkSu
iqLrdky; dk;ZdkkZ
Jh t;nhi nos Jh fufru pkS/kjh Jh fofur lksusth
iqLrdky; dk;ZdkkZ
Jherh vfurk pkSgku Jh vkfjQ eksgEen Jherh js.kq Hkk.kkor
Jherh uhrw jkBkSM+ Jherh Hkxorh esukfj;k Jh pUnz'ks[kj xxZ

'kkjhfjd f'k{kk foHkkx


MkW- fnyhi flag pkSgku
'kkjhfjd f'k{kk vuqns'kd
laHkkfor dk;Ze [ksydwn 2017&18
1 egkfo|ky; 'krjat pSfEi;uf'ki flrEcj ekg dk igyk lIrkg] 2017
2 egkfo|ky; kWl dUVh pSfEi;uf'ki flrEcj ekg dk nwljk lIrkg] 2017
3 egkfo|ky; Vscy Vsful o cSMfeUVu pSfEi;uf'ki flrEcj ekg dk rhljk lIrkg] 2017
vUrj egkfo|ky; 'krjat pSfEi;uf'ki
4 egkfo|ky; rSjkdh pSfEi;uf'ki vDVqcj ekg dk igyk lIrkg] 2017
5 vUrj egkfo|ky; cSMfeUVu] Vscy Vsful] okWfycky] dcM~Mh] vDVqcj ekg dk nwljk lIrkg] 2017
QqVckWy pSfEi;uf'ki
6 egkfo|ky; dq'rh pSfEi;uf'ki] vDVqcj ekg dk rhljk lIrkg] 2017
egkfo|ky; ;ksxklu pSfEi;uf'ki
7 egkfo|ky; nkSM+dwn pSfEi;uf'ki uoEcj ekg dk igyk lIrkg] 2017
8 varj egkfo|ky; nkSM+dwn o fdsV pSfEi;uf'ki uoEcj ekg dk rhljk lIrkg] 2017
9 egkfo|ky; ckWfDlax] Hkkjkskksyu] ikWoj fyfQ~Vax pSfEi;uf'ki fnlEcj ekg dk igyk lIrkg] 2017
10 fo'ofo|ky; rhjankth p;u fnlEcj ekg dk nwljk lIrkg] 2017

okyhckWy vUrZegkfo|ky; izfr;ksfxrk &fotsrk okyhckWy vUrZegkfo|ky; izfr;ksfxrk &ekf.kD; yky


ekf.kD; yky oekZ Jethoh egkfo|ky; Vhe oekZ Jethoh egkfo|ky; Vhe eSp ds nkSjku

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T;ksfr"k ,oa okLrq laLFkku
ekf.kD;yky oekZ Jethoh egkfo|ky; ifjlj] VkmugkWy jksM] mn;iqj
eksckby ua- 9460030605] email : jyotishvastujrnrvu@gmail.com
foHkkxk/;{k o leUo;d % MkW- vyduUnk 'kekZ
T;ksfr"k ,oa okLrq laLFkku dh LFkkiuk
fnukad&22&07&2013] foe laor~ 2070] vk"kk< 'kqDy iwf.kZek xq#iwf.kZek
T;ksfr"k ,oa okLrq laLFkku dk 'kqHkkjaHk tuknZu jk; ukxj jktLFkku fo|kihB fo'ofo|ky;] ds rRdkyhu
dqykf/kifr Jh Hkokuh'kadj xxZ] dqyifr ks- Jh f'ko flag lkjaxnsoksr th ds dj deyksa ls oSfnd ea=ksPpkj.k ds
lkFk 22-07-2013 dks gqvkA
T;ksfr"k ,oa okLrq laLFkku dk ifjp;
fo'ofo|ky; }kjk lu~ 2012&2013 esa T;ksfr"k ,oa okLrq laLFkku dks LorU= :i esa ekU;rk nh xbZ gSA
fo'ofo|ky; dk ekuuk gS fd foLe`r gksrh tk jgh kphu fo|kvksa dk v/;;u djkdj mu fo|kvksa ds ek/;e
ls fdlh Nk= dks vkthfodk dh miyC/krk laHko gks rks ;g iz;kl vo'; djuk pkfg,A
T;ksfr"k o okLrq ikBe dks 'kq: djus ds ckn nksuksa gh ms';ksa dh iwfrZ gks jgh gSA kphu dky ls gh
T;ksfr"k dks laLr fo"k; ds vUrxZr le>k tkrk jgk gSA ;g Hkh ekuk tkrk jgk gS fd T;ksfr"k lh[kus ds fy,
laLr dk Kkrk gksuk t:jh gS] ysfdu ,slk ugha gSA T;ksfr"k o okLrq foHkkx }kjk lapkfyr T;ksfr"k o okLrq
ikBe esa f'k{k.k dk ek/;e fgUnh gSA
foHkkx dh fo'ks"krk fo|kfFkZ;ksa dks ek= T;ksfr"kh] okLrqfon~ ;k if.Mr cukus dh ugha gSA ;fn fo|kFkhZ fdlh
vU; fo"k; esa Hkh fo'kkjn gkfly djrk gS vkSj og T;ksfr"k ;k okLrq lh[krk gS rks fuf'pr gh mlds vius fo"k;
esa] mlds vius 'kks/k esa etcwrh vk,xhA mnkgj.k ds :i esa ;fn fo|kFkhZ bfrgkl&kphu lH;rk & laLfr
fo"k; esa xgu'khyrk j[krk gS vkSj mlus ;fn T;ksfr"k dk Kku Hkh gkfly fd;k gS rc og kphu vfHkys[kksa esa
vafdr frfFk;kadu dks lgh dj ik;sxkA
kphu lkfgR; ds rF;ksa ls dky x.kuk dk lgh vkadyu dj ldsxkA kphu [k.Mgj] fdys] egyksa]
f'kYi&LFkkiR; ds okLrq dks fu;ekuqlkj ij[k dj csgrj o.kZu dj ldsxkA T;ksfr"k dk Kku gksus ij
lekt'kkL= esa #fp j[kus okyk fo|kFkhZ lekt esa gksus okys cnyko] jhfr&fjokt] ijEijkvksa vkfn ds lEca/k esa
lS)kfUrd vk/kkj ij rdZ j[k ldsxkA ;gh ugha] T;ksfr"k 'kkL= ds xgjkbZ ds xgjkbZ ls v/;;u ds ckn og
fo|kFkhZ va/kfo'okl ds ekeyksa esa lekt dks rdZ }kjk lgh fn'kk ns ldrk gSA
foKku ds {ks= esa [kxksy foKku fo'o ekU; gS gh] fpfdRlk {ks= esa T;ksfr"k i{k Hkh ;ksxnku j[krk gSA
euksfoKku fo"k; esa Hkh T;ksfr"k foKku dk egRoiw.kZ ;ksxnku gks ldrk gSA tho&tUrq foKkuh tkurs gSa fd dbZ
tho tUrq lw;Z pUek ls Hkkfor fo'ks"k fnuksa esa viuh fo'ks"k xfrfof/k;ka j[krs gSaA
blh dkj Hkwxksy dk fo|kFkhZ T;ksfr"k ds Kku ds lkFk i`Foh ij gksus okys ifjorZuksa ds lEca/k esa vius
'kks/kdk;Z dks vkSj vf/kd lkis{k o etcwr dj ldrk gSA laLFkku dk ;kl ;gh gS fd fo|kFkhZ dkss Hkkjrh;
izkphu fo|kvksa dk Kku izkIr gks] lkFk gh izkphu fo|k,a foKku dh dlkSVh ij [kjh gSa] ;g Hkh og tku lds vkSj
lekt esa mls iquLFkkZfir Hkh dj ldsA ;g Hkkjrh; izkphu T;ksfr"k 'kkL= ds laj{k.k esa Hkh ,d iz;kl gSA

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ikBe fooj.k ,oa ;ksX;rk
fo"k; vof/k ;ksX;rk 'kqYd #i, fro"kZ
,e-,- T;ksfrfoZKku 2 o"khZ; Lukrd o T;ksfrk dk Kku ;k 11600
led{k
ch-,- T;ksfrfoZKku 3 o"khZ; 12oha ;g ikBe dyk ladk; esa
oSdfYid
T;ksfr"k fMIyksek 1 o"khZ; 12oha 10000
okLrq fMIyksek 1 o"khZ; 12oha 10000
T;ksfr"k lfVZfQdsV 6 ekg 10oha 5000
okLrq lfVZfQdsV 6 ekg 10oha 5000
iwtk 6 ekg 10oha 5000
i)fr&deZdk.M
gLrjs[kk lfVZfQdsV 3 ekg 10oha 3000

uksV %
Qhl] ukekadu Qhl] ijh{kk Qhl fo'ofo|ky; ds fu;ekuqlkj gksxhA
izk;ksfxd ds fy, laLFkku ds ckgj tkus ij fo|kFkhZ viuh lqfo/kk vuqlkj igqaps o lkexzh gsrq O;;Hkkj
Hkh ogu djuk gksxkA
iqLrdky; 'kqYd ds :i esa okf"kZd 300 #i,A

fo'ks"k % k;ksfxd voyksdu


1- kphu okLrq f'kYi
2- x`g okLrq voyksdu
3- fr"Bku okLrq voyksdu
4- T;ksfr"k&okLrq voyksdu
5- kphu tylzksr voyksdu
6- laLFkku ifjlj esa /kwi ?kM+h dk fuekZ.k
7- laLFkku ifjlj esa ty ?kM+h dk fuekZ.k
laLFkkudh ;kstuk,a
laLFkku dks vuqies; cukuk
fofHkUu dkj dh dqaMfy;ksa ds dks"Bd ,oa muds fo'ys"k.k
os/k'kkyk dk foLrkj
vkdk'k dk fujh{k.k
T;ksfr"k laca/kh ;k=k,a vuqcaf/kr djuk
kstsDVj ds ek/;e ls tUeif=dk ds Qfyr dk fo'ys"k.k djuk
kstsDVj ds ek/;e ls okLrq ds x`g ds uD'kksa dks Hkh crkuk
izkstsDVj ds ek/;e ls eafnj okLrq ds vkarfjd o ckgjh okLrq foU;kl dks Hkh kstsDVj ds ek/;e ls
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k;ksfxd
T;ksfr"k ds k;ksfxd esa 21 ekpZ o 23 flrEcj dks fo'kqo fnol ds :i esa v{kka'k&js[kka'k o Nk;k Kku iyHkk
vkfn dk k;ksfxd dk;Z izfr o"kZ djok;k tkrk gSA vk"kk<+h iwf.kZek ds fnu ok;q pyu rFkk ekoB ds fnu ls o"kkZ
Kku vkfn k;ksfxd djk, tkrs gSaA
1- ikBe % bl laLFkku esa lfVZfQdsV ikBe dk ms'; ;g gS fd dksbZ Hkh fo|kFkhZ T;ksfr"k&okLrq]
iwtk i)fr lh[kdj viuk jkstxkj 'kq: dj ldsA ;fn fdlh dkj.k og 10oha rd gh i<+ ldk gS rc
Hkh og bu ikBeksa ds ek/;e ls csgrj vkthfodk dk izca/k dj ldrk gSA
2- le; % T;ksfr"k ,oa okLrq laLFkku tsoh,l laLFkku dk le; vijk 4 ls 7 cts rd j[kk x;k gSA
;fn vko';d gqvk rks Qsjcny gks ldrk gSA
fo'ks"k &ljdkjh {ks= ls tqMs O;f Hkh v/;;u dj ldsa] blds fy, 'kfuokj&jfookj dks Hkh cSp ds
vuq:i d{kkvksa dk izko/kku fd;k x;k gSA
3- ikBe i<+kus dk le;% lHkh ikBe ds fy, frfnu dk nks dkyka'k fu/kkZfjr fd;k x;k gSA ,d
dkyka'k ,d ?kaVk ;k 45 feuV dk ekU; fd;k x;k gSA k;ksfxd ds fy, ;fn ckgj ysdj tk;k tkrk gS
rks dkyka'k 3 ;k 4 ekus tk,axsA
4- ikBe v/;;u % laLFkku esa 2 fMIyksek o 4 lfVZfQdsV ikBe py jgs gSaA R;sd esa ,d dkyka'k
frfnu v/;;u o ,d dkyk'ka izk;ksfxd djk;k tkrk gSA laLFkku dh 'kq#vkr ls gh fo|kfFkZ;ksa dks nks
fMIyksek esa ,d lkFk ;k ,d fMIyksek o ,d lfVZfQdsV esa ,d lkFk ,d gh o"kZ esa os'k fn;k tk jgk
gSA blls le; o /ku dh cpr fo|kFkhZ dks gks tkrh gSA ;gh e vkxs loZ= pyrk jgsA
5- iqLrdky; % laLFkku esa 'kq#vkr ls gh ,d y?kq iqLrdky; cuk;k gqvk gSA iqLrdky; esa
T;ksfr"k&okLrq&deZdk.M&gLrjs[kk&vad o Hkkjrh; /keZ 'kkL=&laLfr vkfn ls lacaf/kr 800 ls
vf/kd iqLrdsa gSaA t:jr ds vuqlkj iqLrdky; esa dqN ubZ iqLrdksa o iqjkus nqyZHk xzaFkksa dks Hkh 'kkfey
fd;k x;k gSA
6- k;ksfxd % okLrq esa 10&25 ?kjksa dk fujh{k.k izfr o"kZ djok;k tkrk gS rFkk eafnj okLrq esa vHkh rd
ukxnk eafnj] txr eafnj] vk;M+ ds xaxwdq.M] ehjka eafnj] vk;M+ lH;rk laxzgky;] txnh'k eafnj]
vej[kth f'koeafnj] ,dfyaxth eafnj] ckbZth jkt dk dq.M] rksj.k ckoM+h lfgr dbZ eafnj&ckoM+h ij
ys tkdj izk;ksfxd v/;;u djk;k x;k gSA ,e-,- ikBe ds fy, f}rh;k ds paek dk v/;;u]
lL; fopkj] o`f"V foKku] nqfHkZ{k vkfn dk Hkh v/;;u djok;k tkrk gSA
CODE SEMESTER CODE SEMESTER CODE SEMESTER CODE SEMESTER
NO. 1 NO. 2 NO. 3 NO. 4
MJV- [kxksy 'kkL= MJV- Hkkjrh; dky MJV- o"kZ Qy fuekZ.k MJV- cylk/ku
101 107 x.kuk 113 119
MJV- iapkx o MJV- fons'k esa tUes MJV- n'kk fopkj MJV- v"Vd oxZ o
102 T;ksfrxZf.kr 108 dh dq.Myh 114 120 vk;qnkZ;
fuekZ.k
MJV- T;ksfr"k Qfyr MJV- oxZ dq.Myh MJV- o`f"V foKku o MJV- [kxksy dh
103 109 Qykns'k o 115 lL; tkrd 121 fo'ks"k ?kVuk,a
foospu o xf.kr
MJV- okLrq ifjp;] MJV- fo'ks"k Qykns'k MJV- T;ksfrfoZKku dk MJV- Qykns'k fo'ks"k
104 jRu Kku o 110 116 bfrgkl 122
eqgwrZ
MJV- izk;ksfxd izFke MJV- & izk;ksfxd MJV- izk;ksfxd r`rh; MJV- izk;ksfxd prqFkZ
105 111 f}rh; 117 123
MJV- Term MJV- Term MJV- Term MJV- Term
106 Paper/lsfeukj 112 118 Paper/lsfeukj 124 Paper/lsfeukj
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fMIyksek ikB~;e
Hkkjrh; T;ksfr"k
izFke lsesLVj f}rh; lsesLVj
izFke T;ksfr"k xf.kr ,oa [kxksy iape T;ksfr"k xf.kr ,oa tUei=h
ifjp;
f}rh; tUei=h jpuk izkjafHkd "k"B Qfyr fopkj&fl)kar
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SAHITYA SANSTHAN
(Institute of Rajasthan Studies)
Pratap Nagar, Udaipur-313001 Tel-0294-2491054
Jskharakwal66@gmail.com

About the Department


Sahitya Sansthan (Institute of Rajasthan Studies), established way back in 1941, is a constituent
unit of Janardan Rai Nagar Rajasthan Vidyapeeth, Deemed University, Udaipur. It was raised to
work on ancient literature (both desi and margi) of Rajasthan besides Sanskrit, Hindi and folk
culture(s). Jannu Bhai (Janardan Rai Nagar), founder of the institute as well university, was a
visionary who encouraged to popularize Hindi as a national language right from the beginning. He
was a freedom ghter, poet, writer, social worker and had deep understanding of philosophy of
democracy, which reected in the administrative set up of this university. The creation of a research
institute was/ is an innovative idea in the university. It was initially known as Prachin Sodh Vibhag
and subsequently renamed as Sahitya Sansthan in the fties of the last century. In the year 1986 a
UGC inspection team suggested to rename the institute as Institute of Rajasthan Studies since the
faculty was mostly focused on the academia in Rajasthan. It is therefore this new name was also
added to the old one.
Several luminaries e.g., Purshottam Lal Menaria, Bhagwati Lalji Bhatt, Girdhari Lal Sharma,
Prithvi Singh Mehta, Bhagwat Sharan Upadhyay, Dr. Gouri Shankar Hira Chand Ojha, Raghuveer
Singh, Laxmi Lal Joshi, Moti Lalji Menaria, Kanhaiya Lal Sahal, Sri Narottam Das Swami, Nathu
Lal Bhagirath Vyas, Bhola Shanker Vyas, Sri Vipin Bihari Bajpai, Udai Singh Bhatnagar, Kavirao
Mohan Singh, Dashrath Sharma, Sri Jhabbarmalla Sharma, Sri Agar Chand Nahata, Sri Saval Dan
Asia, Ratanala Jain, Roopsingh, Yogeshchandra Sharma and so on had direct or indirect association
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In the early years, the institute organized 33rd all India conference of Hindi (Akhil Bhartiya
Hindi Sahitya Sammelan) at Udaipur in the month of October 1945. It was a historic event in the
journey of our university as it was known as Hindi Vidyapeeth and the freedom struggle was on the
high heels. Obviously, the language was also a question of our identity. Several stalwarts of the
discipline like Sri Kanhaiyalal Manikyalal Munshi, Purshottam Das Tandon, Moulichandra Sharma
and others participated this conference.
Soon after the establishment of the institute, the then faculty published a few books on folk
literature apart from initiating publication of a research journal called Sodh Patrika in the year 1948.
These activities were carried out at a time when the country was ghting for independence and
atmosphere for promotion of any Indian language was not conducive. This journal is being
published for last 70 years regularly which is surely an achievement for any institution.
Mission
To study cultural heritage, traditional science and technology of the Aravalli's with holistic
approach.
Archival Cell
In the fties and sixties of the last century, several thousand manuscripts, ranging from the 14th
to 19th century belonging Ayurved, Jyotish, literature, Yog, Yantra, Mantra, Sakun Sastra, Animal
Husbandry, Vastu, History, Mathematic and Philosophy were collected from various parts of
Rajasthan and Gujarat. It is now a unique collection in the institution. Besides these, there are a very
large number of litho-prints too.
A fumigation chamber was added to the archival cell with the nancial support of National
Archives of India under the scheme of preservation and conservation of manuscripts rare books and
documents (2013-14).
Museum
A small museum of archaeology is raised in the institute. It
has a large variety of material ranging from Early Stone Age to
late Medieval times. Over one thousand objects including
stone tools, pottery, metal, stone and terracotta, shell, objects
are under display. It has also material from West Asia. The Ahar
pottery, Harappan and non Harappan objects are special
attraction of this gallery.
Thrust Area - Documentation of tangible and intangible
heritage.
Publication
In fact, the institute has over hundred publications belonging to Hindi, Sanskrit, Rajasthan
History, Archaeology and folk culture. A few scholars like Motilal Menaria, Nathu Lal Vyas,
Bhagwati Lal Bhatt, Girdhari Lal Sharma, Kavirao Mohan Singh, Uma Shankar, Devi Lal Ji Paliwal,
Dev Kothari and many others made seminal contribution in publication of the institute. Some of the
publications Rajasthani Bhasa, Prithviraj Raso, Kahavat Vilas, Narayan Vilas and others earned big
name to the institute. The Jagatguru Sankaracharya (10 vols 5000 pages) by Jannu Bhai is perhaps
the largest known literary novel is worth mentioning here as it reects the cosmos of Indian culture.
Between 2012 and 2016 six volumes (nos. 61 to 67) of Sodh Patrika were published, besides the
following books by the faculty:

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S. No. Title Author Year
1 Kika ri kirat Kul Shekhar Vyas 2012
2 Excvation at Kanmer J.S. Kharakwal, Y.S. Rawat and T. Osada 2012
3 Avari mata Mahes Ameta 2012
4 Zawar: The Oldest Zinc Production J.S. Kharakwal 2013
Center
5 Archaeology of Rajasthan J.S. Kharakwal 2014
6 Prithviraj Raso (4 vols) reprinted with the nancial support from 2014
Central Hindi Directorate, New Delhi.
7 Dharohar J.S. Kharakwal and Sriraman 2015
8 Mewar ka Puratatva aur Kul Shekhar Vyas. 2016
Sthapatya
9 Excavation at chandravati sirohi J.S. Khar akwal 2016
10 Mewar ke Pragetihasik Sthal avm Unka Kul Shekhar Vyas 2016
Sthapatya

Besides, the faculty has published papers in various national and International journals such as
Antiquity, The archaeological Science, Radio Carbon, Quaternary Research, Man and Environment,
Puratattva, PAHAR and so on. Most of these international journals are indexed and referred.
Field Research
The institute initiated collaboration with several Indian and foreign universities, particularly for
archaeological eld research and documentation of material housed in the institute. We have
undertaken excavation at Balathal, Gilund, Chhatrikhera, Pachchmata, Jawasia, Iswal, Nathara-ki-
Pal, Kanmer (Gujarat) and at Chandravati.
ON GOING RESEARCH PROJECTS
Chandravati Excavation (2012-2018)
Chandravati, a late historical and medieval township is located near Abu Road in Sirohi district.
The surface survey of this site was carried out by M.S. University way back in 1979. It was
undertaken for excavation due to the invitation of the State Department of Archaeology of
Rajasthan. It is a joint venture of Sahitya Sansthan and Archaeology and Museum Govt. of Rajasthan
under the direction of J.S. Kharakwal, Director Sahitya Sansthan. We have successfully completed
three eld season's work and have discovered three fold cultural sequence which include three forts,
a few watch towers, remains of about three dozen temples, residential and royal structures,
inscriptions and so on. The discovery of township here is extremely important because it may have
been controlling a variety of trade activities in and out of the Aravallis. This project will continue
until 2018.
Kanmer Excavation (2014-2017)
Kanmer is a unique Harappan township located in Rapar tehsil of Kachchh district of Gujarat. It
is an Indo-Japanese research project, the rst phase of which was spearheaded by J.S. Kharakwal,
Director Sahitya Sansthan. Currently Doshisa University, Kyoto, Japan, Department of
Archaeology, Government of Gujarat and Sahitya Sansthan are the collaborators of this project
under the general direction of Y. S. Rawat. Kanmer is a small Harappan township and has a very
strong fortied settlement. After the decline of the Harappans, the historic and medieval settlements
were also found the site. We have identied that the Harappans were doing resource management at
the site since it is located very close to the little Rann of Kachch. The rst phase of excavation (2005-

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06 to 2008-09) is over and its bulky report has already been published from Japan. The second phase
of work is in progress. We plan to wind up this project by 2017.
NMMA (National Mission for Monument and Antiquity)
It is a pan Indian project launched by National Mission of Monument and Antiquity of
Archaeological survey of India (ASI). As we have archaeological material from a very large number
of sites in Western India including Gujarat, Rajasthan, and Haryana we are the only institution active
in eld archaeology in the state, therefore our institute was identied as the nodal agency for this
project by ASI in Rajasthan. The idea of this project is to document, digitize and launch variety of
minor antiquarian object on the web page so that everyone can access them. In our center, we have
documented 5000 objects and the detail has already been submitted to archaeological Survey of
India. The second phase of the project is to begin very soon. This project will continue until 2017.
Jawasia Excavation (2014-15)
It is a microlithic site in which excavation was conducted only for one eld season jointly by
Kennosa State University, USA, Deccan College, Pune and Sahitya Sansthan under the general
direction of Teressa Rajjak, Lalit Pandey and Prabodh Sirvalkar.
Pachmata (2015-16)
It is a Ahar culture settlement in the valley of Banas. It is under excavation of a joint Indo-US
team. The rst season of the project is over and beautiful Ahar pottery has been discovered at the site.
Archaeological Survey
Explorations were carried out in the catchment area of Som in Udaipur and Dungarpur districts,
in the valleys of Banas and Sevarni in Sirohi district and discovered several rock art, Ahar, Hisotric
and medieval sites. Reports of survey have been sent to Indian Archaeology for publication. In these
explorations students were also provided eld training.
National Seminar
On 27 and 28th October, 2013 a national seminar was organized on Traditional Storage
Technique. It was sponsored by Indian Council for Historical Research New Delhi (ICHR). Scholars
from various states participated in the seminar and about 40 papers were presented. The report has
been sent to ICHR.
Hirak Jayanti (Platinum jubilee)
On 7,8th and 9th November, 2016 a national seminar on Emergence of Language, Technology
and Culture is being organized to celebrate the platinum jubilee of the institute. It is also being
supported by ICHR. Apart from this, a symposia on Vedon main rastriya chintan, and Aravachin
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Other Activities
The institute organizes symposia on the occasion of Maharana Pratap Jayanti, Magh Jayanti,
Vavji Chater Singhji Jayanti, Jannu Bhai Jayanti, besides Sanskrit, Hindi, Dharohar, Viswa Matra
Bhasa diwas and museum Day.
On 18th April, 2015, and 2016 rally was
organized in different areas of Udaipur town in order
to increase the awareness of heritage. Both rallies
were agged off by the Mayor Sri Chandra Singh
Kothari and the walks were participated by people
from various walk of life e.g., university teachers,
students, social workers, intellectuals, industrialists,
craftsman and others. After the walk, open
discussions were organized which were participated enthusiastically by the participants. And such
attempts were highly appreciated.
In the year 2015 we celebrated World Heritage Week (19th to 25th November, 2015) and
conducted visits to several sites and symposia I in the institute.
Exhibitions
Exhibitions of archaeological nds housed in the institute, personal collection of coins, and
panchangs was organized on the occasion of Tarana trayodashi on 29th July, 2015 (Aasad sukla
teras) and on 14th Septmber (bhadra pad sukla paksha teras).
Azadi 70
In the third week of August 2016, on the
recommendation of UGC, Azadi 70 week was celebrated
by raising an exhibition of freedom ghters of Rajasthan
and Crime Investigation Department reports. To raise this
exhibition Dr. Hemendra Chaudhary of MLV Shramjivi
college provided books related to freedom movement and
CID records. The exhibition was inaugurated by Prof. S.S.
Sarangdevot, Vice Chancellor JRN Rajasthan Vidyapeeth,
Udaipur and Prof. K.S. Gupta chaired the symposia.
Dedication
One of the rooms in the institute was dedicated to Kavirao Mohan Singh, who made seminal
contribution for Rajasthani in the fties and sixties of the last century in the institute.
Eminent visitors
The following eminent scholars visited and many of them delivered lectures in the institute:
D.P. Agrawal, PRL Ahmedabad, R.S. Bisht, Delhi, O. C. Handa, Himanchal Pradesh, Chandi
Prasad Bhatt, Garhwal Himalaya, Narayan Kumar, Delhi, Yoganand Shastri, Delhi, R.C Thakran,
Delhi, V.S. Shinde, Pune, Idan Singh Bhati, Jodhpur, H.V. Paliwal, Udaipur, Lalit Gurjar, Udaipur,
B.M. Jawalia, Udaipur, Rajsekhar Vyas, Udaipur, K.S. Gupta, Udaipur, B.P.Sharma, Udaipur,
Prayag Joshi, Raibareilly, Madhav Hada, Udaipur, V.P. Mali, Udaipur, Randall Law, USA, Toshiki
Osada, Japan, Y.S. Rawat, Gandhinagar, Gautam Sengupta, Sila Tripathi, Goa.

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Achievements
1. The institute has rare collection of a large number of manuscripts.
2. The institute has published over hundred books on Sanskrit, History, Archaeology, Hindi
and Rajasthani.
3. About a dozen students of the institute have been selected as archaeologist in
Archaeological survey of India.
4. The faculty has published in referred and indexed research international research journals.
5. The faculty has been awarded International Fellowships and visiting positions. (One of the
faculty was awarded JSPS (Japan Society for Promotion of Science) in 2001-02 and
Visiting Professorship for one year in 2004-05)
6. It is the only university research institute conducting archaeological excavation in
Rajasthan and has collaborated over a dozen national and international institutions.
7. Publication of Sodh Patrika, initially quarterly and now a biannual research journal, is
regularly for best seventy years.
8. The institute has spearheaded international interdisciplinary research projects in Gujarat
and Rajasthan.
9. The faculty has presented research paper in international conferences in Japan, China,
Vietnam, Iran, Turkmenistan, France, Italy and Austria.
Awards
One of the faculty has been awarded as best teacher by Bhaskar and Bajaj group in 2014.

Teaching Staff
S.No. Name Designation Qualication
1 Dr. J. S. Kharakwal Director Ph.D
2 Dr. Kulshekhar Vyas Ph.D
3 Vandana Chaudhary M.A.
4 Dr. K.P.Singh Ph.D.
5 Sri Narayan Paliwal M.A.

Teaching Staff
S. No. Name Designation
1 Dr. Mahesh Ameta Sangrahak
2 Sri Ramesh Prajapat Ofce Secretary
3 Sri Bharat Lal Acharya In charge Library and Archive
4 Smt. Sangeeta Jain Clerk
5 Sri Shoyab Museum Assistant
6 Sri Shanker Lal Dangi Ofce Assistant
7 Sri Modi Ram Talor Ofce Assistant

ABOUT COURSES AND FEE STRUCTURE


Courses offered by the institute
1. M.A In Ancient Indian History, Culture And Archaeology
2. P.G. Diploma In Archaeology (one Year)

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Semester I
1. Principles of Archaeology (Paper I)
2. Prehistory of India (Paper II)
3. Ancient History of India (Since Ancient times to 187 BC) (Paper III)
4. Museum and Museology(Paper IV)
Semester II
1. Methods of Archaeology (Paper V)
2. Protohistory of India (Paper VI)
3. Ancient History of India (200 BC to 1000 AD) (Paper VII)
4. Museum Management and Role of Museum (Paper VIII)
5. Dissertation (applicable for PG Diploma)
Semester III
1. Salient feature of Indian Art. Archaeology, Inscriptions & Coins(Paper IX)
2. Early History of Rajasthan : 600 B.C. to 3rd Century A.D. (Paper X)
3. Historical Archaeology of India (Paper XI)
4. History of Techniques and Technology with special Reference of Rajasthan (Paper XII)
Semester IV
1. History of Rajasthan 4th Century A.D. to 10th Century A.D. (Paper XIII)
2. Salient feature of Ancient Indian Polity (Paper XIV)
3. Old world cultures Egypt Mesopotamia, China (Paper XV)
4. Indus Civilization (Paper XVI)
Note : Course of semester I & II is common for M.A. & Diploma students.
Fee Structure :

Subject Enrolment Eligibility Course Fee Exam. Fee Total number


Fee of seats
M.A. 200 150 5500/- 1000/- 20
Archaeology Per Sem. Per Sem.
PG Diploma In 200 150 5500/- 1500/- 20
Archaeology Per. Sem. Per Sem.

S. No. Course Fee (Detail) Amount


1 Tuition Fee 800
2 Admission Fee 250
3 Library Fee 300
4 University Sports Fee 100
5 Research Fee 500
6 Seminar Fee 250
7 Field Training/ Exploration/ Excavation Fee 2000
8 Institutional Development Fee 1000
9 University Fund 300
10 Total (Per Sem.) 5500

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Facilities
1. Library
2. Archaeology
3. Museum
4. Manuscripts
Committee:
1. Student Grievances Committee
2. Anti Ragging Committee
3. Anti Sexual Harassment Committee
All committees should be design in given format
2. Student Grievances Committee
S.No. Name Designation in Contact No. E mail
committee
1 Dr. Kul Shekhar Vyas Chairman 9414169212 kul_vyas004@yahoo.com
2 Dr. K. P. Singh member 9460943191 kprajasthan@gmail.com

3. Sexual Harassment
S.No. Name Designation Contact No. E - mail
in committee
1 Vandana Chairman 9414239763 vandanakaranveer@gmail.com
Chaudhary
2 Dr. K. P. Singh Member 9460943191

3 Dr. Kul Shekhar MEMBER 9414169212 kul_vyas004@yahoo.com


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Manikylal Verma Shramjeevi Evening College
Contact No. 0294 2426432

About the Evening College


The rst Evening College started in 1956 and continued till 1989. In 1987 Rajasthan Vidyapeeth
was declared Deemed-to-be University, it became a constituent college of Janardan Rai Nagar
Rajasthan Vidyapeeth (Deemed) University. Evening College was restarted in July 2013. This time
the students get the benet of studying at the Evening college with NAAC 'A' Grade.
Our aim is to provide professional and technological knowledge in the present scenario. To
ensure the active participation of student in learning, discussion and eld-workshops, training,
programs, group discussion and eld work etc. To promote interaction within the community
through teaching linked with research.
All the faculty members are academically qualied. They take courses like P.G. Diploma in
Guidance, Fine arts Counselling, Physical Education B. Music, M. Music, M.A. in Yoga ,
M.A./M.Sc. Psychology, Chemistry Special B.Ed. and Rehabilitation Courses.
The faculty aims to impart higher education with quality and social relevance.
This college is a boon for the people ,who are working hard for earning their livelihood in the day
time and still have the keen interest in learning. It offers a wide variety of courses including some
special courses ,which are rarely available. It has well-equipped lecture halls, extensive lawns .The
college also boasts of a unique open air amphitheatre surrounded by majestic trees. The
infrastructure has witnessed expansion owing to the increasing student strength.

Dean's Message

Prof (Dr)R.P.Naraniwal
Dean & Prof. of Geography

It gives me immense pleasure to share one mile stone of a great journey. The joy is heightened
when the journey is towards a vision. In response to the rapidly changing economic environment
and the process of globalization, the institute has made a humble beginning to bring quality
perspective to all its Evening College activities.
Learning and growing at Evening College is not conned to classroom .Students participate
in rich and varied extracurricular and co- curricular activities too. These courses are helpful for
the society and also the students get the opportunity to connect to an institute with NAAC 'A'
grade.
While we feel proud of our achievements, we are not contented. Our vision is to emerge as a
top ranking Evening College in India. Our aim is to achieve global reorganization as a leading
player in the eld of Evening College Teaching. Our success in this endeavour has the potential
of making our institute one of the most attractive destination in the world serving Evening
College courses.

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Courses Offered /Duration/Eligibility & Fees at a Glance (2017-18)

S. No Courses Duration Eligibility Seats Annual


Fees
1. B.A./B.Com 3Years 10+2 120 11000/-
2. B.A.(Additional)All subjects(6 Papers) 1Year 10+2+3 30 20000/-
3. M.A. in Economics, English Literature, 4 Sem 10+2+3 20 13100/-
Geography, Hindi literature, History,
Political Science/Public Administration,
Sanskrit, Sociology, M.A./M.Sc.
Psychology(Inds/Edu/Clinical)
4. M.A. in Yoga 2 Years 10+2+3 30 20000/-
5. M.Com in Accountancy/Bus.Adm. 4 Sem 10+2+3 20 13100/-
6. P.G. Diploma in Yoga Education 1 Year 10+2+3 60 18000/-
7. P.G. Diploma in Guid ance and Counseling 1 Year 10+2+3 30 13000/-
8. Bachelor of Education 2Years 10+2+3 30 70000/-
Rehabilitation (Special B.Ed.)
9. Certicate language courses 6 Months 10+2 20 8000/-
French/German /Spanish
10. Health Happiness & Meditation 3 Months 10+2 30 3000/-
11. Health Happiness & Meditation 6 Months 10+2 30 6000/-
12. B. Music 3 years 10+2 30 15000/-
13. M. Music 2 years 10+2+3 30 20000/-
14. B.Sc(Phy,Chem,Maths) 3 years 10+2 60 18000/-
15. M.Sc(Chemistry) 2 years 10+2+3 30 20000/-
16. Fine Arts Certicate Course 6 months 10+2 30 6000/-
17. Diploma in Fine Arts 12 months 10+2 30 12000/-
(*The students ,who are already enrolled need not submit 500/- of enrollment)

Courses Offered
S. No Courses
1. B.A./B.Com/ B. Sc.
Economics
English Literature
Geography
Hindi literature
History
Political Science/Public Administration
Sanskrit
Sociology
Yoga
Psychology
Physical education
Rajasthani
*Newly Offered (Only in Evening College)
B.Sc(Phy,Chem,Maths)
B.A.(Additional)All subjects(6 Papers)
B. Ed. Spl. Ed (Mental Retardation)
B. Music
Certicate language courses French/German /Spanish ,

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S. No Courses
1. M.A. /M.Sc M.Com
Economics ABST, Business Administration
English Literature
Geography
Hindi literature
History
Political Science/Public Administration
Sanskrit
Sociology
M.A./M.Sc. Psychology(Inds/Edu/Clinical)
M.A.in Yoga
M.A.in Psychology
*Newly Offered(Only in Evening College)
M. Music
M.Sc(Chemistry)
Diploma/ Certicate Courses
P.G. Diploma in Yoga Education
P.G. Diploma in Guidance and Counseling
Certicate Course in Fine Arts
Diploma in Fine Arts
FACULTY
Name Designation
Prof (Dr.)R.P.Naraniwal Dean & Prof. of Geography(9351305869,9414166169)
Mr. Chandrashekhar Diwedi Assistant Registrar
Mr .Bhangwati Lal Soni Accounts Ofcer
Dr. Dilip Singh Chouhan Coordinator (Yoga )(9352500445)
Dr .Venus Vyas Assist. Professor (Psychology)(9460490072)
Dr Abrar Ahmed Assist. Professor (English)(7891555121)
Dr. S.B. Nagar Assist. Professor & H.O.D. (Rehabilitation)(9414291078)
Mr. Deepash Vats Assist. Professor (Yoga) (9829797533)
Dr. Sanjay Sharma Admin. Ofcer(9829332300)
Mr. Ashish Nandwana L.D.C.(9414229968)
Mrs. Anita Chauhan Librarian
Mr. Prakash Jadon Accountant
Mr. Bhagwati lal Meghwal Assistant
Mr. Bhanwar Lal Paliwal Assistant
Mrs. Saroj Devi Assistant

GUEST FACULTY
Name Designation
Dr. Shri Ram Sharma Assist. Professor (Yoga)
Dr. Iqbal Khan Ghori Assist. Professor (Yoga)
Mr. Jaswant Menaria Assist. Professor (Yoga)
Mrs Meera Upadhyaya Assist. Professor (Yoga)
Mrs. Komal Sharma Assist. Professor (Yoga)
Mr. Sanjay dixit Assist. Professor (Yoga)
Dr. Ajay Choudhary Assist. Professor ( Psychology )
Dr. Anjana Purohit Assist. Professor ( Psychology )
Mrs. Kirti Dasora Assist. Professor ( Psychology )
Dr. Mukesh Sharma Assist. Professor (Political Science & Public Administartion )
Dr. Rajesh Sharma Assist. Professor (Hindi)
Dr. Sameer Vyas Assist. Professor (History)
Dr. Rani Prabha Solanki Assist. Professor (Sociology)
Dr. N.K. Salvi Assist. Professor (Economics)

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Name Designation
Dr. Kusum Tailor Assist. Professor (Sanskrit)
Dr. Mamta Paneri Assist. Professor (Hindi)
Mr .Deepak Joshi Assist. Professor (Geography)
Mr .Haresh Raisinghani Assist. Professor (Geography)
Dr. Pankaj Vaya Assist. Professor (Commerce)
Dr. S.N. Salvi Assist. Professor (Commerce)
Dr Preeti Mehta Assist. Professor (Commerce)
Dr Shweta Jain Assist. Professor (Commerce)
Dr .Rajshekhar Vyas Professor (Music)
Prof.(Dr.)Nirmala Sanadhya Professor (Music)
Prof.(Dr.)Seema Rathore Professor (Music
Preeti Verma Assist. Professor (Music)
Sheelu Verma Assist. Professor (Music)

Our Extremly Emminent Faculty of Music


1. Shri Inder Lal Arya (Udaipur)
2. Shri Sanjay Verma (Banaras)
3. Ustad Bahaddin Dagar(Mumbai)
4. Shri. Pandit Ramakant Umakant (Bhopal)
5. Dr. Rajshekhar Vyas(Udaipur)
Our Extremly Emminent Faculty of Yoga
1. Shri Yuvraj Singh( Jain Vishva Bharati University,Ladnu)
2. Dr Vivek Maheshwari( Jain Vishva Bharati University,Ladnu)

FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCE & HUMANITIES


PROGRAMME STRUCTURE
B. A. (PSYCHOLOGY)
PAPER NOMENCLATURE
Semester I Semester II
Paper I Paper II
General Psychology Social Psychology
Practical (2) Practical (2)

Semester III Semester IV


Paper III Paper IV
Abnormal Psychology Research Psychology
Practical (2) Practical (2)

Semester V Semester VI
Paper V Paper VI
Counselling Psychology Applied Psychology
Practical (2) Practical (2)

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FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCE & HUMANITIES
PROGRAMME STRUCTURE
B. A. (Physical Education)
PAPER NOMENCLATURE
Semester I Semester II
Paper I Paper II
History of Physical Education(Theory) Foundations of Physical Education(Theory)
Practical (Physical Education) Practical (Athletics and Games/sports)

Semester III Semester IV


Paper III Paper IV
Anatomy and Physiology of Exercise(Theory) Management and Methods in Physical Education
Practical (Physical Fitness) (Theory) Practical (Athletics and Games/sports)

Semester V Semester VI
Paper V Paper VI
Health Education Test and Measurement Practical
Practical( Physical Education ) (Athletics and Games/sports)

FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCE & HUMANITIES


PROGRAMME STRUCTURE
B. A. (Additional)
PAPER NOMENCLATURE
Duration (One Year)
Economics History
English Literature Political Science/Public Administration
Geography Sanskrit
Hindi literature Sociology

(It is for those candidates, who have completed their post graduation in the subject not taken in
graduation. They can opt for B.A (additional).The candidate is required to appear in all six papers of
Graduation in a year.

FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCE & HUMANITIES


PROGRAMME STRUCTURE
B. MUSIC
PAPER NOMENCLATURE
Semester I
Paper I Practical
Theory of Music and analytical study Main Practical with Stage Performance
of Ragas and Taals (Theory)

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Semester II
Paper II Practical
Theory of Music and analytical study Main Practical with Stage Performance
of Ragas and Taals(Theory)

Semester III
Paper III Practical
Theory of Music and analytical study Main Practical with Stage Performance
of Ragas and Taals(Theory)

Semester IV
Paper IV Practical
Theory of Music and analytical study Main Practical with Stage Performance
of Ragas and Taals(Theory)

Semester V
Paper V Practical
Theory of Music and analytical study Main Practical with Stage Performance
of Ragas and Taals(Theory)

Semester VI
Paper VI Practical
Theory of Music and analytical study Main Practical with Stage Performance
of Ragas and Taals(Theory)

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE
Rehabilitation Council of India
(A Statutory Body Under the Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment )
B. Ed. Spl. Ed (Mental Retardation)
PAPER NOMENCLATURE
Semester I
Paper I Paper II
Human Growth & Development Contemporary India and Education
Paper III Paper IV
Introduction to Sensory Disabilities (VI, HI, Introduction to Neuro Developmental Disabilities
Deaf-blind) (LD, ID / MR, ASD)
Paper V Paper VI
Introduction to Locomotor & Multiple Assessment and Identication of Needs
Disabilities (Deaf- Blind, CP, MD)
Paper V
Practical: Cross Disability and Inclusion

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Semester II
Paper I Paper II
Learning, Teaching and Assessment Pedagogy of School Subjects (ANY ONE from
Part I to Part V)
Paper III Paper IV
Pedagogy of School Subjects (ANY ONE from Inclusive Education
Part I to Part V)
Paper V Paper VI
Curriculum Designing, Adaptation and Evaluation Practical: Disability specialization

Semester III
Paper I Paper II
Educational Intervention and Teaching Strategies Technology and Disability
Paper III Paper IV
Psycho Social and Family Issues Practical: Disability Specialization
Paper V Paper VI
Main disability special school (Related to Area C) Reading and Reecting on Texts (EPC)
Paper V
Drama and Art in Education (EPC)

Semester IV
Paper I Paper II
Skill based Optional Course (Cross disability and Skill based Optional Course (specialization
inclusion) ANY ON E disability) ANY ONE
Paper III Paper IV
Basic Research & Basic Statistic (EPC) Practical: Cross Disability and Inclusion
Paper V Paper VI
Other disability special school Inclusive school

FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCE & HUMANITIES


PROGRAMME STRUCTURE
M.A. in YOGA
PAPER NOMENCLATURE
SEMESTER I Paper I
Sub Code Title of the Paper Sub Code Title of the Paper
1101 Principles of Hathyoga 1102 Anatomy, Physiology I
1103 Yoga Therapy 1104 Indian Philosophy and yoga
1105 Practical

SEMESTER II
Sub Code Title of the Paper Sub Code Title of the Paper
1201 Patanjal Yoga Sutra Ist 1202 Anatomy, Physiology II
1203 Yoga & Alternative 1204 Principal of psychology & Personality
Therapies, Ayurveda and Development
Naturopathy
1205 Practical II

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SEMESTER III
Sub Code Title of the Paper Sub Code Title of the Paper

1301 Teaching Methodology of 1302 Patanjal Yoga Sutra IInd


Yoga Practice
1303 Yoga in Ancient Literature 1304 Research methodology
1305 Practical III

SEMESTER IV
Sub Code Title of the Paper Sub Code Title of the Paper
1401 Yoga and Allied Science 1402 Spirituality and Science
1403 Yoga & Stress 1404 Advance yoga practices
Management
1405 Practical IV

FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCE & HUMANITIES


PROGRAMME STRUCTURE
M. (MUSIC)
PAPER NOMENCLATURE

Semester I
Paper I Paper II
History of Music(Theory) Principles of Music(Theory)

Paper III Paper IV


Critical and Notation Writing Main Practical

Semester II
Paper I Paper II
History of Music(Theory) Principles of Music(Theory)

Paper III Paper IV


Critical and Notation Writing Main Practical

Paper V
Stage Performance

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Semester III
Paper I Paper II
Philosophy of Music Aesthetics & Psychology of Music and Human Physiology(Theory)
Science in Music(Theory)

Paper III Paper IV


Critical and Notation Writing Main Practical

Paper V
Stage Performance

Semester IV
Paper I Paper II
Philosophy of Music Aesthetics & Psychology of Music and Human Physiology(Theory)
Science in Music(Theory)

Paper III Paper IV


Critical and Notation Writing Main Practical

Paper V
Stage Performance

Department of Psychology
PROGRAMME STRUCTURE
M.A. in Psychology
PAPER NOMENCLATURE
SEMESTER I Paper I
Sub Code Title of the Paper Sub Code Title of the Paper
1111 Systems of Psychology 1112 Experimental Psychology
1113 Biological Basis of 1114 Research Methods
Behaviour
1115 Practical

SEMESTER II
Sub Code Title of the Paper Sub Code Title of the Paper
2111 Theories of Psychology Psychological testing and
2112
Measurement
2113 Statistics 2114 Applied Psychology
2115 Practical

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SEMESTER III

Sub Code Title of the Paper Sub Code Title of the Paper
3111 Psychometrics 3112 Social Psychology
3113 Abnormal Psychology 3114 Clinical Psychology
3115 Practical

SEMESTER IV (Clinical Psychology)


Sub Code Title of the Paper Sub Code Title of the Paper
Advance Clinical
4111A 4112A Psycho Therapies
Psychology
4113A Neuro Psychology 4114A Dissertation
4115A Practical

SEMESTER IV (Industrial Psychology)


Sub Code Title of the Paper Sub Code Title of the Paper
Basics in Industrial
4111B 4112B Human Resource Management
Psychology
4113B Entrepreneur Psychology 4114B Dissertation
4115B Practical

SEMESTER V (Industrial Psychology)


Sub Code Title of the Paper Sub Code Title of the Paper
4111C Educational Psychology 4112C Counseling Psychology
4113C Developmental Psychology 4114C Dissertation
4115C Practical

Department of Psychology
PROGRAMME STRUCTURE
Post Graduate Diploma in Guidance and Counseling
PAPER NOMENCLATURE

Title of the Paper Title of the Paper


Paper I Theory & Practice of Guidance Paper - II Techniques and Procedures of
Guidance
Paper - III Counseling Psychology Paper - IV Advances Techniques and
Approaches of Counseling
Vocational Guidance and Assessment in Guidance and
Paper - V Paper - VI
Counseling Counseling
Advances in Rehabilitation
Paper VII Rehabilitation Psychology Paper - VIII
Psychology
Paper XI Practical

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Department of Yoga
PROGRAMME STRUCTURE
Post Graduate Diploma in Yoga Education
PAPER NOMENCLATURE

Title of the Paper Title of the Paper


Paper- I Patanjal yoga sutra Paper - II Yoga Granth
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Paper - III Yoga And Cultural Paper - IV Anatomy & physiology and yogic
coordination treatment
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Yoga And Mental Health
Paper - V Paper - VI Practical
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