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AQAR
201516
The Annual Quality Assurance Report
(AQAR)
for the
Academic Session: 20152016
submitted to

The National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC)
P.O. Box No. 1075, Nagarbhavi, Bengaluru560072
submitted by

Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC)
Maharshi Dayanand University
Rohtak124001
The Annual Quality Assurance Report (AQAR) of the IQAC
(Period: July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2016)
Part – A
2015 16
AQAR for the year
1
Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak
. Details of the Institution
1.1 Name of the Institution       
Maharshi Dayanand University
1.2 Address Line 1
Rohtak
Address Line 2
Rohtak
City/Town
Haryana
State
124001
Pin Code
[email protected]
[email protected]
Institution email address
01262274327, 01262292431,
01262274640 (Tele Fax)
Contact Nos.
Mr Sudhir Rajpal (up to 06062016 )
Prof. B.K. Punia ( 07012016 onwards) )
Name of the Head of the Institution:
01262274327, 01262292431
Tel. No. with STD Code:
8283809882, 9416173433
Mobile:
N
Prof. Gulshan Taneja
ame of the IQAC Coordinator:
09896255069
Mobile:
[email protected]
IQAC email address:
1.3 NAAC Track ID (For ex. MHCOGN 18879)
OR
1
NAAC/PCRAR/EC64/34/2013 dated 29072013
.4 NAAC Executive Committee No. & Date:
(For Example EC/32/A&A/143 dated 352004.
This EC no. is available in the right corner bottom
of your institution’s Accreditation Certificate)
www.mdurohtak.ac.in
1.5 Website address:
http://www.mdurohtak.ac.in/AQAR201516.doc
Weblink of the AQAR:
For ex. http://www.ladykeanecollege.edu.in/AQAR201213.doc
1.6 Accreditation Details
Sl. No.
Cycle
Grade
CGPA
Year of Accreditation
Validity Period
1
1st Cycle
B++
NA
2003
5 Years
2
2nd Cycle
B
2.95
2010
5 Years
3
2nd Cycle
(Reaccreditation)
A
3.03
2013
5 years
2003
1.7 Date of Establishment of IQAC : DD/MM/YYYY
1.8 Details of the previous year’s AQAR submitted to NAAC after the
latest Assessment and Accreditation by NAAC
i.
AQAR for the session 201415 submitted on 06/06/2017.
1.9 Institutional Status
University State Central Deemed Private
Affiliated College Yes No
Constituent College Yes No
Autonomous college of UGC Yes No
Regulatory Agency approved Institution Yes No
(eg. AICTE, BCI, MCI, PCI, NCI)
Type of Institution Coeducation Men Women
Urban Rural Tribal
Financial Status Grantinaid UGC 2(f) UGC 12B
Grantinaid + Self Financing Totally Selffinancing
1.10 Type of Faculty/Programme
Arts Science Commerce Law PEI (Phys Edu)
TEI (Edu) Engineering Health Science Management
Pharmaceutical Sciences
Others (Specify)
1
Not Applicable
.11 Name of the Affiliating University (for the Colleges)
1.12 Special status conferred by Central/ State Government
UGC/CSIR/DST/DBT/ICMR etc
State
Autonomy by State/Central Govt. / University
University with Potential for Excellence UGCCPE
DST Star Scheme UGCCE
Yes, 5 Departments
Yes, 4 Departments
UGCSpecial Assistance Programme DSTFIST
Yes, 6 Departments
BSR grant from UGC: 5 Departments
UGCInnovative PG programmes Any other (Specify)
UGCCOP Programmes
2. IQAC Composition and Activities
2
2
7
.1 No. of Teachers
2
1
.2 No. of Administrative/Technical staff
2
1
.3 No. of students
2
2
.4 No. of Management representatives  
2.5 No. of Alumni  
2
1
. 6 No. of any other stakeholder and
1
community representatives
2.7 No. of Employers/ Industrialists  
4
2.8 No. of other External Experts
2
19
04
.9 Total No. of members
2.10 No. of IQAC meetings held
33
02
2.11 No. of meetings with various stakeholders: No. Faculty
01
01
28
01
NonTeaching Staff Students Alumni Others
2.12 Has IQAC received any funding from UGC during the year? Yes No
If yes, mention the amount
2.13 Seminars and Conferences (only quality related)
02
02
(i) No. of Seminars/Conferences/ Workshops/Symposia organized by the
IQAC
Total Nos. International National State Institution Level
1. Ranking of Institution and Accreditation
2. One Day Workshop on "All Indian Survey on Higher Education"
3. Two Days Workshop on Choice Based Credit System
4. One Day Workshop on "Skill Education and CBCS"
(ii) Themes
2.14 Significant Activities and contributions made by IQAC
Some of the activities and contributions made by IQAC are:
*
Held various meetings and workshops regarding implementation of
CBCS, sensitization of Colleges for uploading of data on AISHE
Portal, quantification of accreditation process, promotion of
skill based education for employability.
*
Contributed for introduction of CBCS in the Department of
Chemistry and the Departments under Faculty of Life Sciences
*
Analysed the feedback of various stakeholders received from the
University Teaching Departments. Also, the IQAC convened the
meeting of alumni. The feedback obtained from the UTDs and IQAC
was placed before the QAC and its outcome was communicated to the
University officials.
*
Academic/Administrative Audit of the University Teaching
Departments/ Branches was discussed in the QAC and the outcome was
communicated to the University officials.
*
The QAC pointed out that various low quality Journals have come
into the sphere of Research and suggested the faculty members to
publish their papers in the refereed and indexed Journals only. As
a result, most of the faculty members now publish their papers in
refereed and indexed Journals.
*
To promote research and enhance the academic standards, the IQAC
is of the view that the University should enter into more and more
MoUs with other National/International Universities/Organisations.
The University entered into MoUs with one Foreign University and
two National Institutions/Universities.
*
Recognising the innovative ability of the youth and promoting
equal participation of all stakeholders, the IQAC suggested their
involvement in the statutory bodies of the University. The
University amended its Statute 13 for making the students as
members of the Academic Council.
*
IQAC suggested that a mechanism be devised to observe the Policies
and circulars as and when notified by UGC/AICTE/NCTE /PCI/BCI, etc
for their implementation.
The IQAC, through its activities, has been an agent of change in the
university ensuring efficient performance of academic and
administrative tasks.
2.15 Plan of Action by IQAC/Outcome
The plan of action chalked out by the IQAC in the beginning of the
year towards quality
enhancement and the outcome achieved by the end of the year *
Plan of Action
Achievements
To obtain feedback from stakeholders
Obtained and analysed
Conduct of Academic Audit of the Departments
Academic Audit Conducted for Each of the departments by
Different Academic Audit Committees comprising Dean of the
Concerned Faculty and two outside experts
Conduct of Administrative Audit
Financial pre/post audit is a regular phenomenon done by the
Auditors appointed by the State Government. However, other than
finance, audit is done by the Registrar in various
administrative branches/departments of the University from time
to time.
To hold meetings/workshops regarding the issues and challenges
in implementation of CBCS with the faculty members of UTDs and
Colleges
Held meetings on 17th December 2015, January 2016 and 16th March
2016 regarding introduction of CBCS.
A workshop was also conducted on "Skill based and CBCS".
Accordingly, CBCS was introduced in the Department of Chemistry
and ten departments under the faculty of Life Sciences.
To enhance Research and Academic Standards
*
Most of the faculty members published their papers in
refereed and indexed Journals.
*
The University entered into MoUs with one Foreign University
and two National Institutions/Universities.
*
Ranked 44 in the NIRF ranking for 2016
To involve stakeholders in the statutory bodies
Academic and Executive Council of the University approved the
inclusion of Five students in the Academic Council
* The Academic Calendar of the session 201516 is attached as
AnnexureI.
2.15 Whether the AQAR was placed in statutory body Yes No
Management Syndicate Any other body
The Executive Council of Maharshi Dayanand University Rohtak in its
meeting held on 08.02.2018 considered the Annual Quality Assurance
Report prepared by Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) for the
session 201516 to be submitted to the National Assessment and
Accreditation Council, Bengalure (Annexure A/114 pages 623689,
already circulated) vide resolution no. 78 and
RESOLVED THAT THE PROPOSAL AS ABOVE BE APPROVED
Provide the details of the action taken
Part – B
Criterion – I
1. Curricular Aspects
1.1 Details about Academic Programmes
Level of the Programme
Number of existing Programmes
Number of programmes added during the year
Number of selffinancing programmes
Number of value added / Career Oriented programmes
PhD
43
00
02
04
PG
74
00
18
09
UG
15
00
10
01
PG Diploma
06
01
01
00
Advanced Diploma
00
00
00
00
Diploma
03
12
11
01
Certificate
04
00
04
04
Others
17
00
00
00
Total
162
13
46
19
Interdisciplinary
08
00
02
05
Innovative
06
00
02
05
1.2 (i) Flexibility of the Curriculum: CBCS/Core/Elective option /
Open options
(ii) Pattern of programmes:
Pattern
Number of programmes
Semester
130
 
 
Trimester
00
Annual
11
YES
YES
YES
YES
1.3 Feedback from stakeholders* Alumni Parents Employers Students
YES
YES
(On all aspects)
Mode of feedback : Online Manual Cooperating schools (for PEI)
*Please provide an analysis of the feedback in the Annexure
1.4 Whether there is any revision/update of regulation or syllabi, if
yes, mention their salient aspects
Revision and updation of course curricula is a regular exercise to
make them socially relevant, joboriented, and knowledge intensive.
The changes in the curricula are facilitated through Board of Studies
based on current requirements, feedback from stakeholders and opinion
of the experts.
Choice based Credit System introduced for the PG programmes running in
the Department of Chemistry and ten departments under the faculty of
Life Sciences. The syllabi of other PG Programmes running in the
University were designed as per CBCS for implementation of the same
w.e.f. the session 201617. Scheme and syllabi of M.Phil Programme was
revised as per UGC guidelines for the session 201516.
The revision and updation of the syllabi other than the above
mentioned programmes was also done by some departments.
1.5 Any new Department/Centre introduced during the year. If yes, give
details.
NO
Criterion – II
2. Teaching, Learning and Evaluation
Total
Asst. Professors
Associate Professors
Professors
Others
385
214
19
150
03
2.1 Total No. of permanent faculty
311
2.2 No. of permanent faculty with Ph.D.
Asst. Professors
Associate Professors
Professors
Others
Total
R
V
R
V
R
V
R
V
R
V
00
138
00
33
00
31
00
03
00
205
2.3 No. of Faculty Positions Recruited (R) and Vacant (V) during the
year
70
21
08
2.4 No. of Guest and Visiting faculty and Temporary faculty
2.5 Faculty participation in conferences and symposia:
No. of Faculty
International level
National level
State level
Attended Seminars/ Workshops
87 
330 
24
Presented papers
124
340
15
Resource Persons
20 
109 
19
2.6 Innovative processes adopted by the institution in Teaching and
Learning:
*
LCD/LED projectors, etc. are used wherever the need is felt. In
Department of English, students gave presentations on interface
between the popular mass media texts and the prescribed literary
texts; students are sensitised to History, Geography and Sociology
of all periods through maps, plays and movies.. Demonstration,
QuestionAnswering, Micro–teaching, Cooperative learning in the
Department of Education.
*
Brain storming sessions were organised by the Department of
Psychology as well as Education.
*
ICT enabled teaching, Interactive/Smart Boards and multimedia used
by some of the departments.
*
Interactive sessions and seminars are held between teachers and
students.
*
Tutorials were arranged to promote group discussion on specific
topics and the problem areas.
*
Study tours/trips/industrial visits were organised.
*
Extension lectures were organized inviting the renowned persons.
*
Besides teaching, unitwise tests are also held. The teachers
devote their time in personal counselling also and encourage the
students for various sociocultural, political, moral activities
and to follow reference books also.
*
Field exposure is given to the students . Department of Psychology
organised visits to Arpan, Sharvan, SIRTAR, Anatomy Dept of PGIMS,
Rohtak, Training & Internship at various schools and
organizations. Department of Visual Arts arranged demonstration on
"Bahsoli wall Painting” and "Conservation of Art material and
artefacts”. Exploration and excavations of Archaeological sites
was done by the Department of History.
*
Variety of cocurricular and social activities are performed in
the Department along with the course of study which helps develop
multiskills.
*
Internet facility is available roundtheclock to students for
online exposure to the latest developments in their subjects.
2
180
.7 Total No. of actual teaching days
during this academic year
2.8 Examination/ Evaluation Reforms initiated by
the Institution (for example: Open Book Examination, Bar Coding,
Double Valuation, Photocopy, Online Multiple Choice Questions)
Bar Coding system started in preceding year is in progress. Photocopy
of Answer Bok is supplied to student on his/her request within one
month from the declaration of result by paying a fee of Rs. 500/ per
answer book.
2
63
266
69
.9 No. of faculty members involved in curriculum
restructuring/revision/syllabus development
as member of Board of Study/Faculty/Curriculum Development workshop
75.94
2.10 Average percentage of attendance of students
2.11 Course/Programme wise
distribution of pass percentage :
Title of the Programme
Total no. of students appeared
Division
Distinction %
I %
II %
III %
Pass %
M.Sc. BioChemistry
37
21.6
 
 
 
21.6
M.Sc. Bioinformatics
07
14.28
28.57
28.57
14.28
85.71
M.Sc. Botany
41
2.5
97.5
 
 
100
M.Sc. Biotechnology
41
 
82.92
 
 
82.92
M.Sc. Agriculture Biotechnology
39
 
48.71
 
 
48.71
M.Sc. Chemistry
89
1.12
78.65
2.24
 
82.02
Ph.D Chemistry
04
25
50
 
 
75
M.Com
57
1.75
73.68
12.28
12.28
100
M.Com (Hons)
47
2.12
57.44
19.14
23.4
100
MCA
70
5.71
94.28
 
 
100
M.Sc. Computer Science
21
 
61.9
4.76
 
67
M.A Economics
40
05
27.5
35
2.5
70
M.A (5 yr) Economics
102
1.96
50.98
21.56
3.92
78.42
M.Ed.
29
5.71
71.4
 
 
76.75
M.A. Education
02
 
 
100
 
100
M.Phil Education
09
55.5
44.5
 
 
100
M.A. (2 Yr) English
38
 
16
24
06
46
M.A. (5 Yr) English
25
 
40
28
 
68
M.Phil English
06

34
50

84
M.Sc. Environmental Science
21
23.8
47.61
19.04
 
90.46
M.Sc. Environmental Biotechnology
09
22.22
33.33
22.22
 
77.77
M.Sc. Food Technology
21

71.42
14.28
 
85.71
M.Sc. Genetics
26
12
61
 
 
73
M.Sc. Forensic Science
21
62
38
 
 
100
M.A. Hindi
52
 
23
56
8
87
M.A. History
56
 
28
16
30
73
BHM/BHMCT
70
26
73
 
 
100
BTM/BTTM
22
77
23
 
 
100
MHM/MHMCT
33
24
76
 
 
100
MTM/MTTM
17
29
71
 
 
100
MBA 5yr
479
02
58
40
 
100
MBA 2yr
118
01
67
46
 
100
MBA 2yr Hons
120
02
58
42
 
100
MBA 2yr Bus. Eco.
118
02
66
39
 
100
M.A. Journalism & Mass communication
20
05
65
15
 
85
M.Phil Journalism & Mass communication
09
 
100
 
 
100
LLB 3yr
120
0.83
20.83
45.83

67.5
LLB 5yr
146
3.42
20.54
38.35

62.31
Ph.D (Law)
9

77.77
22.22

100
LLM
57

51
47

98
M.L.I.Science
62
 
62
15
 
77
M.Sc. Mathematics
57
29.83
54.39
8.77
1.75
94.74
M.Sc. Mathematics with Computer Science
63
12.7
50.79
1.59 
 
65.08
M.Sc. Mathematics (Hons.) Integrated
45
20
31.1
11.11

62.2
M.Sc. Medical BioTechnology
20
15
70
15
 
100
M.Sc. Microbiology
23
4.34
95.65
 
 
100
M.Sc. Microbial Biotechnology
12
 
66.66
 
8.33
75
M.A. Defence & Strategic Studies
07
14.28
42.85
 

57
Ph.D Defence & Strategic Studies
04
 
75
 
 
75
M.A. Music
11
18.18
63.63
9.09
9.09
100
B.Pharma
234
05
30
15
 
50
M.Pharma
106
10
70
10
 
90
B.P.ED.
44
 
72.72
 
 
72.72
M.P.ED.
36
 
81
14
 
94
M.PHIL. Physical Education
11
 
90.91
9.09
 
100
M.Sc. Physics
53
32.7
52.83
3.77
 
88.67
M.A. Psychology
14

64.29
 
 
64.29
M.A. Applied Psychology
13
7.7
23
 
 
30.7
PGDGC
13
 
62
15.4

77.4
PGDHRC
10
 
90
 
 
90
PGDSP
09
 
77.78
 
 
77.78
M.A. Public Administration
25
 
25
30
10
65
M.A. Public Administration (Hons.)
09

33
55
12
100
M.Phil Public Administration
08

12.5
37.5
50
100
M.A. Public Administration
25
 
25
30
10
65
M.A. Sociology
25
 
27.5
27.5
35
90
MBA
205
1.95
57.56
30.73
 
91
LLM
36
2.77
33.33
27.77
 
64
BA LLB
121
1.65
32.23
36.36
14.87
92
MFA (Painting)
61
31.11
49.18
11.47
 
91.8
MA (Drawing & Painting)
17
41.17
41.17
11.76
 
94
M.Sc Zoology
80
 
81.25
18.75
 
100
M.Sc Statistics
18
11.11
44.44
55.55
M.A. Sanskrit
46
4.34
19.56
30.46
6.52
60.86
M.Phil Sanskrit
08

100


100
M.A. Political Science
39

45
40

85
B.Tech (BT)
38
13.15
52.63


65
B.Tech (CE)
74
12.16
71.62


84
B.Tech (CSE)
74
36.48
45.94


82
B.Tech (ECE)
65
13.84
58.46


72
B.Tech (EE)
69
4.34
72.46


77
B.Tech (ME)
73
5.47
58.9


64
M.Tech (BT)
17
70.58
17.64


88
M.Tech (CSE)
22
86.36
9.09


95
M.Tech (ECE)
17
64.7
23.52


88
M.Tech (M&A)
22
18.18
63.63


82
M.Tech (ME)
23
8.69
91.3


100
M.Tech (SE)
18
77.77
11.11


88.89
Geography
34
70.58
14.7


85.28
2.12 How does IQAC Contribute/Monitor/Evaluate the Teaching & Learning
processes :
*
IQAC prepares an overall report on the basis of the
recommendations of the academic audit committees which help the
University to take necessary steps to improve teaching, learning,
and evaluation.
*
IQAC continuously monitor/evaluate the teaching learning process
via the feedback of students, teachers, alumni etc., curriculum
updation process, swoc analysis done by individual teaching
departments and the same after discussion in QAC is bring to the
notice of respective departments for improvements in their
teaching learning process.
*
IQAC provides suggestions to the departments regarding keep on
changing the schemes/syllabi of various programmes running in the
University on the basis of the feedback obtained from stakeholders
and as per the guidelines received from various Apex bodies.
*
Contributed for preparing guidelines for Choice Based Credit
System.
*
Give suggestions to enhance research and academic standards.
*
It suggests involvement of stakeholders in various statutory
bodies.
2.13 Faculty Development
Faculty / Staff Development Programmes
Number of faculty
benefitted
Refresher courses
48
UGC – Faculty Improvement Programme
04
HRD programmes
01
Orientation programmes
13
Faculty exchange programme
00
Staff training conducted
06
Summer / Winter schools, Workshops, etc.
91
Others
05
2.14 Details of Administrative and Technical staff
Category
Number of Permanent
Employees
Number of Vacant
Positions
Number of permanent positions filled during the Year
Number of positions filled temporarily
Administrative Staff
1084
549
00
05
Technical Staff
37
13
00
00
Criterion – III
3. Research, Consultancy and Extension
3.1 Initiatives of the IQAC in Sensitizing/Promoting Research Climate
in the institution
Though the University has an independent Research Projects Cell with a
clear mandate to facilitate and monitor research projects funded by
various funding agencies, headed by the Director, Research, however,
*
The QAC in its meeting noticed that various low quality Journals
have come into the sphere of Research and hence suggested the
faculty members to publish their papers in the refereed and
indexed Journals only. As a result, most of the faculty members
now publish their papers in refereed and indexed Journals.
*
To promote research and enhance the academic standards, the IQAC
suggested that the University should enter into more and more MoUs
with other National/International Universities/Organisations.
*
The IQAC under the chairmanship of the ViceChancellor always
stress the University Teaching Departments to focus on development
of globally competent and locally relevant research and
consultancy programmes.
*
The advisory council also sensitize the UTDs to develop linkages
with outside academic/research bodies at national and
international levels.
*
On the recommendations of IQAC, Academic Audit of every teaching
department in the University is conducted annually in which two
outside experts nominated by the ViceChancellor along with the
Dean of the Faculty are invited to evaluate various criteria as
per NAAC requirement including that of research climate in the
department.
3.2 Details regarding major projects
Completed
Ongoing
Sanctioned
Submitted
Number
22
45
02
05
Outlay in Rs. Lakhs
314.36
1237.40
7.79
58
3.3 Details regarding minor projects
Completed
Ongoing
Sanctioned
Submitted
Number
05
06
00
00
Outlay in Rs. Lakhs
0.7
13.9
00
00
3.4 Details on research publications
International
National
Others
Peer Review Journals
583
218
12
NonPeer Review Journals
03
34
00
eJournals
92
05
00
Conference proceedings
37
97
14
3
up to 6.2
1.55
49
285
.5 Details on Impact factor of publications:
Range Average hindex (Scopus) Nos. in Scopus
3.6 Research funds sanctioned and received from various funding
agencies, industry and other organisations
Nature of the Project
Number
Duration
Year
Name of the
funding Agency
Total grant
Sanctioned (Rs in Lakhs)
Received
(Rs in lakhs)
Major projects
07
1
CSIR, DST, HSCST,ICSSR, ICMR, DSTFIST, DBT, SCRB, BRNS, GOI,
UGC,AICTE,UNDP
1294.33
597.52
07
2
18
3
02
4
01
5
Minor Projects
04
1
UGC, RKF
13.72
6.4
00
2
02
3
00
4
00
5
Interdisciplinary Projects
02
1
DBT, MHRD
301.83
259.83
00
2
00
3
00
4
01
5
Industry sponsored
00
1

00
00
00
2
00
3
00
4
00
5
Projects sponsored by the University/ College
07
1
DSW, RKF, MDU
1.3
1.1
00
2
00
3
00
4
00
5
Students research projects
(other than compulsory by the University)
00
1

00
00
00
2
00
3
00
4
00
5
Any other(Specify)
01
1
DST, RKF
59.2
54
00
2
00
3
00
4
01
5
Total
20
1
1670.38
918.85
07
2
20
3
02
4
03
5
3
47
85
.7 No. of books published i) With ISBN No. Chapters in Edited Books
06
ii) Without ISBN No.
3.8 No. of University Departments receiving funds from
05
00
00
04
04
UGCSAP CAS DSTFIST
DPE DBT Scheme/funds
Nil
3.10 Revenue generated through consultancy
3.11 No. of Conferences organized by the University
Level
International
National
State
University
College
Number
01
18
00
01
00
Sponsoring agencies
MDU
RKF/ICSSR/ IIPA/ TEQIP/ MDU
RKF
3.12 No. of faculty served as experts, chairpersons or resource
persons:
No. of Faculty
Served as
Expert
Chairperson
Resource Person
103
52
90
122
3
011
02

.13 No. of collaborations: International National Any other
02
3.14 No. of linkages created during this year
3
430.05
74.15
.15 Total budget for research for current year in lakhs :
From Funding agency From Management of University/College
504.20
Total
Type of Patent
Number
National
Applied
00
Granted
01
International
Applied
00
Granted
00
Commercialised
Applied
00
Granted
00
3.16 No. of patents received this year
3.17 No. of research awards/ recognitions received by faculty and
research fellows
Total
International
National
State
University
Dist
College
15
04
11
00
00
00
00
of the institute in the year
Awards
Recognitions
More than 100 faculty members of the University are recognised by
other Institutions/organisations in India as well as abroad in terms
of various honours/achievements including the following:
*
Membership of various Committees Constituted by the Apex Bodies of
the Govt of India.
*
Membership of Various Statutory bodies of other academic
institutions
*
Invited Speakers/KeyNote Speakers/Resource Persons to deliver
lectures and chairing session in National/International
Conferences
*
Membership of Statutory Bodies of Foreign Universities
*
Appointment as ViceChancellor/Registrar/Chancellor Nominees of
other Universities
3
274
.18 No. of faculty from the Institution
who are Ph. D. Guides
767
and students registered under them
3
165
.19 No. of Ph.D. awarded by faculty from the Institution
3
145
79
.20 No. of Research scholars receiving the Fellowships (Newly enrolled
+ existing ones)
23
97
JRF SRF Project Fellows Any other
3
10
34
.21 No. of students Participated in NSS events:
University level State level
04
00
National level International level
3
05
00
.22 No. of students participated in NCC events:
University level State level
00
00
National level International level
3
16
.23 No. of Awards won in NSS:
06
University level State level
00
01
National level International level
3.24 No. of Awards won in NCC:
00
00
University level State level
00
00
National level International level
3.25 No. of Extension activities organized :
16
03
University form College forum
04
04
00
NCC NSS Any Other
3.26 Major Activities during the year in the sphere of extension
activities and Institutional Social Responsibility
The University is committed to transform the lives of the people and
serve the society/ humanity in a better way and achieve this objective
by way of various schemes and programmes conducted by different
departments/ offices like University Youth Red Cross, University
Outreach Program, National Service Scheme ( NSS), Centre For Haryana
Studies, Womens’ Study Centre, Career Counselling & Placement Cell
(CCPC) etc.
The University Youth Red Cross is working on the motto of ‘Health
Service and Friendship’. It prepares student volunteers who devote
part of their time for the service of humanity and international
brotherhood. It organizes blood donation camps throughout the year and
go to the masses for creating awareness about healthy life style and
work for the promotion of health. Every year, health check up camps
are organized in the villages where free checkup of health is done by
specialized health professionals and distribute literature relating to
how they can keep themselves healthy. The List of activities organised
by the University Youth Red Cross during the year is given at Annexure
III.
The campusbased NSS office plans, coordinates, and executes various
national service programmes. NSS volunteers directly involve
themselves in the various community service activities like blood
donation camps, literacy campaigns, cleanliness drives, environmental
awareness, and spreading awareness on important social issues like
female foeticide, gender discrimination, consumer protection, AIDS,
drugaddiction, and hazards of alcoholism & smoking.
Career Counselling & Placement Cell of the University takes care of
the personality development of the students of the university through
various activities to make them employable through skill development
and helps them getting jobs through on/off campus placement drives.
The list of activities is given at Annexure IV
Besides, every department of the University motivates its students to
take up various activities relating to extension and social
responsibilities.
Various activities/programmes organised by the departments during the
year include the following:
*
Department of Economics organised awareness programme on Beti
Bachao & Beti Padhao. Dept of Sociology participated in Beti
Bachao & Beti Padhao activities by visiting various villages.
*
Department of Environmental Science conducted one day National
Seminar on "Today's Vision: Save Ozone Save Earth" on 16th
September 2015 sponsored by Ministry of Earth Sciences, Govt of
India.
*
Environmental Awareness Musical Skit was performed by the students
of Department of Environmental Sciences in Raahgiri programmes on
9th October, 2015.
*
Tree plantation was done on celebration of Earth Day on
22042016.
*
Department of Food Technology celebrated World Food Day 2015 by
organizing inter departmental science quiz contest, declamation
contest and poster making contest at university level.
*
Institute of Hotel & Tourism organised "Advent 2015", "World
Tourism Day 2015" and Haryana Tourism Day 2015".
*
Department of Law organised "Two days workshop under Legal Aid
Clinic on 15 & 16 February, 2016 sponsored by National Commission
for women, New Delhi"
*
Department of Mathematics Organised Blood Donation Camp and Eye
Donation Pledge Camp on 16.09.2015
*
Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences celebrated National Pharmacy
Week.
*
Department of Psychology conducted "Brain Storming session on
Suicide Prevention Day focused on causes prevention of suicide"
and "Health Awareness Drive & Nukkad Natak (Rahgiri) under the
aegis of DSW"
*
University Computer Centre organised two lectures on Cyber
Security for the benefits of the students.
Criterion – IV
4. Infrastructure and Learning Resources
4.1 Details of increase in infrastructure facilities:
Facilities
Existing
Newly created
Source of Fund
Total
Campus area
Rohtak
622.5 Acre
00
University
SAP
UGC
DBT
DSTFIST
UILMS
DEVLOPEMENT
627.845 Acre
Gurugram
5.345 Acre
00
Class rooms
208
13
221
Laboratories
215
05
220
Seminar Halls
26
03
29
No. of important equipments purchased (≥ 10 lakh) during the current
year.
337
2360
2697
Value of the equipment purchased during the year (Rs. in Lakhs)
64.90
108.18
173.08
Others
02
00
02
4.2 Computerization of administration and library
Computers/internet facility/wifi facility are provided to all the
teachers/students/nonteaching staff. Computers are used for official
work. Online form and fee submission is there for admission to various
programmes of the University.
All the sections of the Library are fully automated with the help of
Libsys7 Library Management Software. Application of RFID technology
for self checkout checkin with security gates has been implemented
and the CCTV system for library security is in operation. Some
departments have their separate libraries also which are computerized
and connected to the central library through internet. The Library has
80 Internet connected computer terminals with 1Gbps bandwidth
connectivity, provides access to ejournals and other eresources. The
Multimedia Library has 20 PCs with headphones, provides facilities for
watching audio/video CDs on a variety of subjects and Internet
surfing.
4.3 Library services:
Existing
Newly added
Total
No.
Value
No.
Value
No.
Value
Text/Reference Books
340341
120446000
10291
12100815
350632
132546815
eBooks
5670
5448000
14476
22313000
20146
27761000
Journals
550
10
540
9131000
eJournals
8500
Through UGC
292
Through UGC
8792
Through UGC
Digital Database
9
Annual Subscription
9
4800000
CD & Video
1351
442222
0
0
1351
442222
Others (specify)
Turnitin, FedGate and Ezproxy
3
Annual Subscription
3
620000
4.4 Technology up gradation (overall)
Total Computers
Computer Labs
Internet
Browsing Centres
Computer Centres
Office
Departments
Others
Existing
1547
38
Yes
13
Yes
43
28
47
Added
126
03
Yes
00

01
06
00
Total
1673
41
Yes
13
Yes
44
34
47
4.5 Computer, Internet access, training to teachers and students and
any other programme for technology
upgradation (Networking, eGovernance etc.)
The University Computer Centre (UCC) is equipped with latest Hardware
& Software to cater to the University needs. It is responsible for
Planning, management and monitoring of IT infrastructure of
university. Campus wide networking has been established throughout the
campus with WiFi facility. Internet connectivity (1Gbps) through NKN
is available round the clock with well managed Bandwidth. The Network
infrastructure is managed, planned, monitored and if required
troubleshooting done by the UCC. The changing requirements of various
branches and departments of the University for Intercom telephony and
network are managed and monitored by the UCC. IT Threats are managed
by implementing antivirus, firewall and UTM policies. A well equipped
Datacenter has been established with Server virtualization – 11
Physical Servers hosting nearly 40 virtual servers (including Web,
database and Active directory and various SAP servers).
The infrastructure available in the Computer centre is open for use by
faculty members/ Research scholars and other staff. Five training
sessions were organized for ministerial staff of University Teaching
Departments, Branch officials and colleges to impart working knowledge
of Student Life cycle Management module of SAP ERP system. Accounts
Branch and Establishment Branch officers/officials were also imparted
training on Finance and HcM Modules of SAP ERP. Internet facility and
CCTV surveillance is available at entrance of all the buildings. All
hostels have secured round the clock WiFi facility. Network security
has been upgraded and includes drill down reporting and analysis
appliance. Lectures on Cyber Security were organised by the UCC for
benefits of University Students.
In Central University Library, 80 Internet connected computer
terminals with 1Gbps bandwidth connectivity, provides access to
ejournals and other eresources. The Multimedia Library has 20 PCs
with headphones, provides facilities for watching audio/video CDs on a
variety of subjects and Internet surfing. Library conducted 10
Orientation Programmes to the newly enrolled students at the campus.
Library also organised 5 one day workshops/user awareness programmes.
4
85.0
.6 Amount spent on maintenance in lakhs :
i) ICT
21.82
ii) Campus Infrastructure and facilities
57.47
iii) Equipments
82.25
iv) Others
246.54
Total :
Criterion – V
5. Student Support and Progression
5
The IQAC has recommended to hold Induction programme for the newly
admitted students every year. The Induction programmes are organised
at University level as well as at the levels of the Departments.
During the induction programme at the University level, the
ViceChancellor addresses the students. Various other officers of the
University including Librarian, Dean Student welfare, Proctor, Chief
Wardens also interact with the students and make the students aware of
various support services such as on line Journals, Books as well as
providing the congenial environment in the library for students during
their exam times. Apart from, the DSW motivates the students to
participate in various extracurricular activities and the availing of
the scholarships under the student welfare schemes of the university.
Free wifi at hostels and on campus are the other support services for
students which may help students make available the information and
study material related to them. In the induction programmes conducted
by the departments, the HoDs and IQAC Officers of concerned
departments make the students aware of various facilities and support
services available in the department. Students are encouraged to check
the website which is updated regularly, notices are displayed on the
respective notice boards as well as the digital display Boards located
at key places of the university like Student Activity Centre, Student
Information Centre, Library for the students regarding various
activities. The University publishes its updated prospectus and
handbooks annually. The information content is disseminated to
students at the beginning of every academic year. The teaching
departments conduct orientation sessions for enhancing awareness of
the students whenever new initiatives are taken in their academic or
other relevant professional interests. Besides, IQAC has suggested
Academic and Administrative Departments to establish reception counter
for providing information to visitors and students.
IQAC officers at department level liaison with the students of various
departments, giving ideas and suggestions to enhance the quality of
student life and to encourage their participation in meetings /
sessions apart from collecting, analyzing and summarizing information
of their respective departments as sought by the IQAC office from time
to time. They play an active role in enhancing student involvement in
the university activities and thus facilitate inclusive education.
.1 Contribution of IQAC in enhancing awareness about Student Support
Services
5.2 Efforts made by the institution for tracking the progression
The University has in place a various welldefined formal mechanisms
and other channels for tracking the progression which include feedback
from students, alumni, employers, teachers and ParentsTeachers meets;
Constitution of various committees to monitor various programmes;
University Alumni Association; Deputing IQAC officers at departmental
level; Conducting academic and administrative audit.
The University supports studentcentric learning through its efforts
by creating a learning environment which allows students to think,
answer and ask questions. The basic strategy adopted is to provide
students with a diversity of learning experiences. The emphasis is on
helping students acquire critical thinking skills, interpersonal
communication skills, listening skills, problem solving skills,
knowledge management skills, decision making and teamwork, all of
which enable lifelong learning. Speakers are also invited from other
institutions to interact with the students on topics in the
curriculum. There is a formal provision for tutorial classes to help
the students to overcome their difficulties and for problem solving as
well as to go deep into the subject. Students and faculty members keep
pace with the recent developments in the various areas.
5.3 (a) Total Number of students
UG
PG
Ph. D.
Others
3216
5094
338
455
610
(b) No. of students outside the state
14
(c) No. of international student
No.
%
5365
58.93
No.
%
3738
41.06
Men Women
Last Year
This Year
General
SC
ST
OBC
Physically Challenged
Total
General
SC
ST
OBC
Physically Challenged
Total
6572
1597
00
2383
29
10581
5680
1394
00
2001
28
9103
Demand and Dropout Ratio
Name of the Department
Demand Ratio
Dropout %
BioChemistry
1:7
5%
Bioinformatics
1:1.25

Botany
1:4.9

Centre for BioTechnology
1:2.95

Chemistry
1:23
2.19%
Commerce
1:15
00%
Computer Science & Applications
1:14
16%
Economics
1:6.5
36%
Education
1:5.8
54%
English
1:4
61%
Environmental Science
1:1.67
Food Technology
1:2.95
8.6%
Genetics
1:2.53
14.55%
Geography
1:9.5
26.66
Hindi
1:4.55
6.66%
History
1:76
12.7%
IHTM
1:2.38
IMSAR
1:4.5
0.5%
Journalism & Mass Communication
1:5.3
35%
Law
1:11.19
14.65%
Library Science
1:3.15
11.90%
Mathematics
1:12.28
15.27%
Medical BioTechnology
1:1.12
16.66%
Microbiology
1:5
00%
Defence & Strategic Studies
1:3.72
33.33%
Music
1:2.16
18.91%
Pharmaceutical Science
1:9.15
0.86%
Physical Education
1:4.43
13.33%
Physics
1:34
11.66%
Political Science
1:13.33
40.29%
Psychology
1:3.15
35.24%
Public Administration
1:2.36
27.71%
Sanskrit
1:2.74
42.30%
Sociology
1:3.37
26.78%
Statistics
1:4.06
68.85%
UIET
15.23%
UILMS
1:1.96
11.40%
Visual Arts
1:1.96
00%
Zoology
1:5.2
00%
5
The University has an active cell for competitive examinations which
provides coaching to the students of the University for competing in
various examinations relating to jobs. Special lectures are arranged
by experts of relevant fields. The facilities available in the Cell
for the students are:
*
Fully furnished AC class room and library.
*
Availability of relevant books and other resource material.
*
Availability of national newspaper/magazines.
.4 Details of student support mechanism for coaching for competitive
examinations (If any)
747
No. of students beneficiaries
5
172
00
36
00
.5 No. of students qualified in these examinations
NET SET/SLET GATE CAT
01
15
04
68
IAS/IPS etc State PSC UPSC Others
5.6 Details of student counselling and career guidance
*
"Career Counselling and Placement Cell" (CC & PC) of the
University remains actively involved in organizing career
information talks by specialists and arranging placement
opportunities for the University students. A UniversityIndustry
Liaison Cell too has been brought into being to facilitate and
improve academiaindustry interface. Quality education is expected
to prepare the students for acquiring knowledge and skills to
compete in the job market and get placements in reputed national
and multinational companies and public sector undertakings. It is
looked after by a senior teacher as Director (CC&PC) and has a
coordination committee with one faculty as a coordinator from each
department. It facilitates dissemination of the careerrelated
information and identifies the specific placement needs of the
students of each department. The CC&PC organizes variety of
programmes throughout the year such as extension lectures,
seminars, workshops, etc. by engaging the experts from various
fields to train the students of the university. It helps them to
improve their communication skills, writing skills, aptitude,
reasoning, group discussion, interview skills, etc.
Various activities performed by the CC & PC for the session 201516
are provided at Annexure IV
*
Besides, there is one Training and Placement Officer, specifically
for the University Institute of Engineering and Technology. This
Cell not only facilitates placement of the students of
professional courses, but also renders counselling services to
them. In most of the teaching departments which are running
professional courses, there are placement committees which look
after the placement and counseling needs of the students of their
respective departments.
*
The Institute of Management Studies and Research (IMSAR) also has
its own training and placement cell to impart training in
entrepreneurship to its students.
*
The University Employment Information and Guidance Bureau, a unit
of the State Government, located on the campus helps the students
in their educational and vocational planning endeavours, and also
seeks employment and training opportunities for them.
*
Efforts are also made at the level of each department to prepare
students for interviews and better performance in all placement
related activities. Students are encouraged to share their
problems with the faculty who take care to advise them and resolve
their problems. Workshops on soft skill and/or personality
development are also organised by some departments of the
University. Preplacement seminars are also organised by some of
the departments.
2000
No. of students benefitted
5.7 Details of campus placement
On campus
Off Campus
Number of Organizations Visited
Number of Students Participated
Number of Students Placed
Number of Students Placed
45
2034
388
297
5.8 Details of gender sensitization programmes
There is a Women Study Centre in the University and a Statutory
Committee to Check the Menace of Sexual Harassment and Violence
against Women at Workplace (SCSHVW) . The gender sensitization
programmes organised by the Centre and the Committee are:
Women Study Centre
*
20 November 2015
Eassy writing Competion
Topic “BetiPadhaoSamajBachao”
Poem Recitation and Painting Competition on theme “Rainbow The Colors
of Womanhood”
*
30 November 2015
Workshop on “Reproductive Rights and Reproductive Health”
*
11 December 2015
One day Health Camp
*
29 December 2015
One day workshop on “Right to information: Experiences and Challenges”
*
11 February 2016
Workshop on “Women Visibility and Space”
SCSHVW
i.
Brochures containing the information about the policies and
Ordinance: Rules Against Sexual Harassment and the Committee
members were provided to the newly admitted students in M.D.
University and the undersigned being Chairperson of the Committee
to Check the Menace of Sexual Harassment and Violence against
Women at Workplace (SCSHVW) interacted with the students to
generate awareness about Gender Sensitization and Women Safety and
to whom they contact in case of emergency in the Induction program
held on 10082015.
ii.
The committee organized competitive activities (Poster/ Painting/
Slogan/ Collage making competition) on the topic “Our Dreams for
Women” for students of Department & Colleges affiliated with M. D.
University, Rohtak on 09022016. More than 100 students from
various Departments and affiliated colleges of M.D. University
participated in these activities.
iii.
A Workshop on the topic “Gender Sensitization and Women Safety at
Workplace” was organized by the committee on on 10/2/2016. Prof.
K.C. Agnihotri, Vice Chancellor, Central University of Himachal
Pradesh was the Chief Guest of the Workshop. Prof. B.K. Punia,
Vice Chancellor of M. D. University presided over the function.
Prof. Vandana Punia,gave away the prizes to the winners of
competitive activities .Prof Rajesh Gill, Department of Sociology,
Punjab University, Chandigarh and Ms Pushpa Khatri, DSP Rohtak
interacted with the students and faculty members of the
University.
5.9 Students Activities
5.9.1 No. of students participated in Sports, Games and other events
741
00
00
State/ University level National level International level
No. of students participated in cultural events
15
00
2000
State/ University level National level International level
5
00
00
209+
.9.2 No. of medals /awards won by students in Sports, Games and other
events
Sports : State/ University level National level International level
350
15
00
Cultural: State/ University level National level International level
5.10 Scholarships and Financial Support
Number of
students
Amount
Financial support from institution
164
430800
Financial support from government
1253
29408192
Financial support from other sources
15
159300
Number of students who received International/ National
recognitions


5
09
00
00
.11 Student organised / initiatives
F
01
00
00
airs : State/ University level National level International level
Exhibition: State/ University level National level International level
16
5.12 No. of social initiatives undertaken by the students
5.13 Major grievances of students (if any) redressed:
*
To address daytoday problems of the students and stakeholders,
the contact details of various branches of the University are
available on the Website of the University where the students can
register their grievances. The students and other stakeholders
need not come to Rohtak unless their physical presence is
required.
*
Teachers/committees at departmental level also regularly interact
with the students and solve their grievances.
*
The University has an effective mechanism to use student feedback
for the quality enhancement.
*
The prospectus of the University gives clear guidance to students
about admission and completion requirements for all programmes,
the feestructure and refund policies, financial aid, student
support services and students entitlements.
*
The University offers competent academic counselling and placement
services to its students.
*
The University promptly attends to the general grievances and
women’s grievances through committees/well established centres.
Criterion – VI
6. Governance, Leadership and Management
6.1 State the Vision and Mission of the institution
VISION: ‘The University envisions promoting quality education and
research through interdisciplinary understanding, stateoftheart
learning, and the use of emerging knowledge for developing worldclass
human resources capable of mastering the global challenges of future
technology and management. The University seeks to create, preserve,
and disseminate knowledge to build competitive capability for holistic
development of man and society.’
MISSION: ‘The University is committed to encourage interdisciplinary
higher education and research to spread knowledge to every strata of
the society. It aims at creating an innovative, valuebased, and
researchoriented worldclass learning environment and establishing
itself as a centre of excellence.
6.2 Does the Institution has a management Information System
Yes.
The University has a well structured information system where the
information at different levels of management flow under specified
protocols and the regulations. Under the MIS, the University has
custom built Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Panel i.e. SAP
(eRishi for conduct of Examination w.e.f. Dec., 2015) for Pre Exam.
Accounts and HRM is being used. We have started implementing Student
Life cycle Management system, Finance and HRM Modules of SAP ERP.
Major part of student life cycle upto PreExam has been migrated to
SAP system. Efforts were being made to improvise the SAP Panel
throughout the year.
6.3 Quality improvement strategies adopted by the institution for each
of the following:
6
Choice based Credit System introduced for the PG programmes running in
the Faculty of Physical Sciences and Department of Chemistry. The
syllabi of other PG Programmes running in the University were designed
as per CBCS for implementation of the same w.e.f. the session 201617.
Scheme and syllabi of M.Phil Programme was revised as per UGC
guidelines for the session 201516.
.3.1 Curriculum Development
6.3.2 Teaching and Learning
All the departments have adequate number of qualified and
competent teachers to handle all the programmes. Various
professional and technical departments provide activitybased
learning to their students by focusing on activities like role
plays, quizzes, presentations, management games, simulated
learning, etc. The departments also organise various
events/activities/programmes such as extension lectures,
workshops and extension activities for providing students
intensive training and information in specific areas. Teaching
mode is primarily through lecture/practical and group
discussion. Teaching aids include LCD/LED projectors and
computers. Tutorial classes are also held.
In order to make teaching learning process interacting,
effective and collaborative, some faculty members engage
students in active instructional strategies. Various innovative
strategies being used for active learning are pedagogical
analysis, individual projects, extensive use of self study
through use the library, use of ICT techniques and communicative
skills in order to make classroom communication motivating and
interesting.
6.3.3 Examination and Evaluation
Students’ performance is monitored throughout the Semester by
both internal and external evaluations. Internal evaluation
comprises Credit Seminars, Assignments, attendance of the
student and written examination followed by semester end
external theory and practical examinations. Both internal and
external assessment is done individually for each paper.
University creates various Evaluation Centres for evaluation of
answer books in affiliated colleges and University Teaching
Departments under the supervision of concerned Principals and
Heads of the department. The answer books are got evaluated from
eligible teachers.
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To improve quality of research, Ph.D. Ordinance was revised as per UGC
guidelines. Faculty members are encouraged to have individual research
projects and to publish research papers in refereed and indexed
journals. The teaching faculty is actively involved in research
activities as evident from the information provided in Criterion III.
There is provision of awarding University research scholarship on
merit basis in each of its departments. Number of such scholarships in
a department depends on the number of programmes being run by that
department.
Plagiarism check is done before submission of Ph.D. theses by the
software purchased by the Central Library of the University.
.3.4 Research and Development
6.3.5 Library, ICT and physical infrastructure / instrumentation
The University Library System comprises a central library named as
Vivekananda Library and five satellite libraries – IMSAR Library, UIET
Library, Maths Library, Law Library and IHTM Library. Strategically
located, the Vivekananda library with excellent stateof the art
computer facilities and modern furniture is housed
inamagnificent3storeyed buildingwith84000 sq.ft. carpet area and a
seating capacity of 963 with another 14000 sq. ft. carpet area and 315
reading seats in its five offshoots. The library system with the
elegant Vivekananda library in the vanguard provides support for the
academic and research pursuits, and acts as a repository of knowledge.
The Library has a rich collection of knowledge resources – 3, 45, 629
volumes of books including 15,679 theses, and 50,800 bound volumes of
journals. Besides, 442 Indian and 108 foreign journals are subscribed
in print form. Online access is provided to 5670 eBooks, 80,500
eJournals through UGCINFONET,Shodhganga – an Indian ETD Repository as
its members, 100 Open Access Journals, SCOPUSan Elsevier database of
abstracts and citation from 21,000 science and social science
journals, eEmeralds Management Plusa full text database of 245
eJournals, Manupatra a data base of legal document, four CMIE
databases, MLA International Bibliography and JGate Plus. Recently,
Turnitin & Urkund –plagiarism check/ similarity check software,
Ezproxy – connects library clientele remotely to subscribed electronic
resources, are new additions to library’s eresources.
All the functions of the library – acquisition system, cataloguing and
classification, checkout checkin and serials control have been
automated. All the divisions / sections of the library have their own
PCs for data entry and other routine jobs. The Library has its own
Internet with connectivity to the campus Network for providing access
to its own databases such as OPAC and eresources. Information KIOSKs
are in place of accessing the online catalogue and other databases of
the library. The airconditioned Internet lab of the library, having
80 Internet connected computer terminals with 1Gbps bandwidth
connectivity provides access to ejournals and other eresources. The
multimedia Library has 20 PCs with headphones, provides facilities for
watching audio/video CDs on a variety of subjects and internet
surfing. Onetoone videoconferencing facility, wrapped around
stateoftheart technology, is another service which the library
provides. Application of RFID technology for self checkout checkin
with security gates has been implemented and the CCTV system for
library security is in operation. Open Access System is in vogue in
the library system, presents an environment for the library users to
have unhindered access to the learning resources, and inspires them to
make use of library services. The students, teachers and other
employees of the University are issued bar coded library cards for
entry to the library and borrowing books from the library to promote
the library use. The library has a Readers’ Services Division
including a Reference Desk, headed by a senior library professional to
help the library users. Photocopying service is another step towards
bridging the gap between the knowledge seekers and the knowledge
resources. Library organizes awareness and orientation programmes from
timetotime to sensitize and educate the library users to understand
knowledge organization in the library, know their privileges and
acquire skills to use Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC), conduct
literature survey, trace information from information sources and use
eresources. Author workshops are organized for researchers to
enlighten them about research writing and publish their research
outputs. The University invests over Rs.350 lacs annually on the
enrichment of knowledge base, besides having substantial recurring and
nonrecurring budget for other library activities including
upgradation of existing facilities.
Onetoone video conferencing facility, wrapped around
stateoftheart technology, is another service which the library
provides.
ICT and Physical Infrastructure/Instrumentation
The University has a robust stateoftheart Campus Network. It is
wrapped around OFC and wifi technologies. All the
departments/offices/hostels are linked to the Campus Network. The
University has a Computer Centre for the benefit of students, research
scholars, teachers and other staff. The Computer Centre conducts
computer awareness programmes for the staff from time to time and
facilitates analysis of research data of the research scholars.
Besides the central facility, majority of the departments have their
own computer labs. Remote access is there for Library eResources.
Server and Storage Infrastructure expanded to serve SAP system under
MS System Centre Virtulization.
The University campus, spread over an area of 627.845 acres, is well
laid with stateof theart buildings and magnificent road network,
presents a spectacle of harmony in architecture and natural beauty.
Educational and research programmes are offered through its 38
departments. There are as many as 12 Teaching Blocks, 18 Hostels, an
elegant Vivekananda Library with 6 offshoots, the majestic Tagore
Auditorium with a seating capacity of 1850 and equipped with modern
gadgetry and amenities, spectacular Students Activity Centre, Campus
School, Health Centre, Faculty House, Community Centre, Modern
Printing Press, Canteens, Shopping Complex and an Administrative
Block. About 550 residential units are available for the faculty
members and nonteaching staff. There is a very robust Campus Wide
Network – an amalgam of cable and wifi technologies, with1 Gbps
internet connectivity. A serene ‘Yajanshala’ addresses the spiritual
and health needs of the campus community. Branches of State Bank of
India, Punjab National Bank and Central Cooperative Bank are the
other facilities available on the Campus. Besides, the University runs
six programmes through Satellite Institute, University Institute of
Law & Management Studies (UILMS), Gurgaon. About 550
Institutions/Colleges of General Education, Engineering, Technology,
Computer Sciences and Management Sciences located in 10 districts of
the State are affiliated to this University.
The University provides residential accommodation on the campus to
over 4000 students in its 18 hostels – nine for girls and nine for
boys. Maintenance of salubrious and caring environment in the hostel
complexes and provision of hygienic food at reasonable charges always
remains the endeavour of the university authorities. Mess in each
hostel is run by the residents on cooperative basis. Each hostel has
facilities for indoor games, recreation, STD, and canteen. Some
hostels have been provided WiFi internet connectivity, while
extension of this facility to other hostels is in the offing. Each 6
Girls’ Hostel is looked after by a full time Lady Warden. There is a
Cyber Café with 30 PCs in the Girls’ Hostels complex. Besides internet
surfing, it has facilities for computer printing, typing, photocopying
service packed eatables, cold drinks, and coffee.
The University has a Holiday Home at Dhanacholi in Nainital district
of Uttarakhand where the students are encouraged to go for trekking
and other youth creativities. The Engineering Cell ensures
uninterrupted water and power supplies. Most of the teaching blocks
and the library have a generator set each to overcome the problem of
electricity failure. With an ecofriendly campus as motto, thousands
of saplings have been planted on the campus. In a year’s time, the
campus will teem with lush green trees accompanied by soothing
landscape. The University has a nursery, a rose garden, a botanical
garden, and a garden for medicinal plants. Master Plan, indicating
campus area and locations of buildings, is enclosed as
The University has created excellent infrastructure including an ultra
modern Gymnasium Hall for all indoor activities, a Swimming Pool of
international standard, Squash Court, Boxing Ring, Wrestling Hall,
Tennis Courts, Basketball Courts, and a sprawling sports complex
having all playfields. The synthetic Athletics Track and Astroturf
Hockey ground are imminent.
The University also has The University Centre for Competitive
Examinations (UCCE) to provide guidance / coaching to the students for
various competitive examinations.
The University has a good Instrumentation facility which promotes the
interdisciplinary research and teaching among different faculties of
the university. This facility also strengthens the course curricula of
the undergraduate, master's and doctorate students of various
departments.
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University has developed a structure of rules to regulate the
services of its employees as per its Act and Statutes. Wherever
there is a gap, employees are governed by Haryana Civil Service
Rules.
*
Welldefined procedural and Competent Authority structures
(hierarchical) to grant various kinds of permissions.
*
Executive Council of the University is the supreme authority to
grant different types of benefits and promotions to the employees
and to take disciplinary action, if required.
*
For the smooth functioning, better maintenance and as a part of
economising measures some works are outsourced as job work and
some of the ancillary services of the University like cleaning
have been outsourced through an open bidding system.
.3.6 Human Resource Management
6
All posts are sanctioned and filled up following an established and
transparent process with qualifications and eligibility conditions as
per UGC and Haryana Government norms. Apart from regular faculty
members, visiting/guest faculty are engaged as and when required.
.3.7 Faculty and Staff recruitment
6.3.8 Industry Interaction / Collaboration
The University has an Information and Guidance Bureau to continuously
liaison with industry for the benefit of those in search of
employment. Career Counselling and Placement Cell established by the
University invited Eminent industrialists, HR personnel and eminent
persons in different fields for delivering lectures to help students
in getting the latest market requirements and trends in the job
market. The advice on curriculum development is also obtained from
industry experts through their participation in formal discussions as
members of various academic bodies. Besides, informal feedback is
collected from corporate executives through informal discussions,
meetings, invited talks, seminars, conferences, and especially from
private enterprises during their visit for talent search in the
teaching departments running professional/ vocational courses.
These efforts are further supplemented in different ways by the
individual departments/institutions. The students of various
departments including Psychology, University Institute of Engg &
Technology (UIET), Computer Science & Applications, did their
training/Internship from various industries. Industry persons were
invited in Seminars/workshops by some departments to have direct
interaction. Industry interaction is a regular activity organised by
Training and Placement Cell of IMSAR. Some of the Alumni, who belong
to industries, are the members of board of studies of some of the
departments of the University.
The Department of Environmental Science has installed Sky radiometer
in collaboration with Ministry of Earth Sciences and an Air Monitoring
Station in collaboration with Haryana Pollution Control Board in the
University campus.
With the consent of Department, the students visit to various
industries for their summer training programme. Students also visit to
CPCB for their short term training.
The students of PGDHRC of the Dept of Psychology underwent training
and internship in industries such as Jagmohan Motors Ltd. (Maruti
Suzuki), Rohtak; Rachna Engg. Works, Rohtak; B.A. Nissan Motors, Pvt.
Ltd. and LPS BOSSARD, Kharawer, Rohtak.
6.3.9 Admission of Students
The University has adopted online procedure for admission w.e.f. the
academic session 201314. For the session 201516, the admission to
M.Phil and Ph.D. programmes were made on the basis of entrance tests.
For other programmes running in the departments of the University, the
admissions were made on the basis of entrance test for about 50 per
cent of the programmes and on the basis of Academic Merit in
qualifying examination for the other programmes.
Teaching
31
Non teaching
29
Students
24
6.4 Welfare schemes for
Sr. No.
Teaching
Nonteaching
Student
1
University Health Centre
University Health Centre
University Health Centre
2
Drinking Water
Drinking Water
Drinking Water
3
Bus Facility
Bus Facility
Bus Facility
4
24x7 Wifi
24x7 Wifi
24x7 Wifi
5
Banks
Banks
Banks
6
Post Office
Post Office
Post Office
7
Shopping Complex
Shopping Complex
Shopping Complex
8
Swimming Pool
Swimming Pool
Swimming Pool
9
Multipurpose Gym & Other Sports Facilities
Multipurpose Gym & Other Sports Facilities
Multipurpose Gym & Other Sports Facilities
10
Canteen Facilities
Canteen Facilities
Canteen Facilities
11
Residential Accommodation
Residual Accommodation
Hostels
12
Provident Fund
Provident Fund
Scholarships
13
Gratuity
Gratuity
Earn While You Learn
14
Vehicle Loan
Vehicle Loan
Pollution free Vehicles
15
Children Education Allowance
Children Education Allowance
Fee Concession
16
Fund for Minor Research Projects
Festival Loan
Research Scholarship
17
Medical Reimbursement
Medical Reimbursement
University Centre for Competitive exam
18
House Building Loan
House Building Loan
Career Counseling Cell
19
Teacher Welfare Fund
Wheat Loan
Placement Cell
20
Campus School
Campus School
Employment Office
21
Pension Benefits
Pension Benefits
Help Desks for students during admission days
22
Community Centre
Community Centre
Cultural Facilities
23
Faculty House
Faculty House
Transit Hostels
24
Earned Leave
Earned Leave
Student Activity Centre
25
Child Care Leave for Ladies
Child Care Leave for Ladies
26
Creche
Creche
27
Women Cell
Women Cell
28
Maternity Leave
Maternity Leave
29
Employee Benevolent Fund
Employee Benevolent Fund
30
Teachers' Club
31
Financial Assistance for Conferences
20 crore
6.5 Total corpus fund generated during 201516
6.6 Whether annual financial audit has been done Yes No
6.7 Whether Academic and Administrative Audit (AAA) has been done?
Audit Type
External
Internal
Yes/No
Agency
Yes/No
Authority
Academic
Yes
Committees comprising Dean of the concerned Faculty and two
outside experts.
Yes
i) Dean of the Concerned Faculty
ii) Various bodies such as DRC, PG Board of Studies and Academic
Council.
Administrative
Yes
Financial pre/post audit is a regular phenomenon done by the
Auditors appointed by the State Government.
Yes
Other than finance, audit is done by the Registrar in various
administrative branches/departments of the University from time
to time.
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.8 Does the University/ Autonomous College declares results within 30
days?
For UG Programmes Yes No

For PG Programmes Yes No
6
*
The entire data related to the examinations including the admit
cards for the students is submitted online by the departments and
the colleges.
*
Bar coding system is being used for evaluation of Answer books.
*
The university migrated towards Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
Panel i.e. SAP (eRishi for conduct of Examination w.e.f. Dec.,
2015. Previously the process like Print Order Generation,
Calculation of student strength etc. was done by Conduct Branch &
University Computer Centre through outsourcing. Efforts are being
made to improvise the SAP Panel throughout the year.
.9 What efforts are made by the University/ Autonomous College for
Examination Reforms?
6
The university has an independent ordinance for grant of ‘autonomous
status’ to a college/institute wherein necessary guidelines have been
laid down. The college/institute submits an application for the grant
of ‘autonomous status’. If the applicant college/institute meets all
the requirements prescribed in the ordinance and other
rules/regulations approved by it from time to time, then the Executive
Council approves the grant of autonomous status to the
college/institute. The university confers the ‘autonomous status’ upon
the college/institute, only after concurrence of the State Government.
.10 What efforts are made by the University to promote autonomy in the
affiliated/constituent colleges?
6
Foundation of Alumni forest was laid down by the Hon'ble Chief
Minister of Haryana on 26.08.2015 and the Prominent Alumni of MDU
alongwith all office bearers of MDU Alumni association planted the
tree in the Alumni Forest.
During Alumni meets of the University , in general, and the
departments, in particular, and otherwise also, Alumni interact with
the students and the teachers of the University and give their
suggestions for improvement in almost every aspect. They motivate the
students for hard work and also provide career counseling to them.
Election of MDU Alumni Association are conducted in every three years.
Alumni not only address their queries but also help students in many
other ways including tips regarding placement of students, career
counseling. Interaction with the Alumni help the students prepare them
as per the demand in the job market.
.11 Activities and support from the Alumni Association
6
ParentTeacher meets were organized by the teaching departments of the
University. Besides the organised meets, parents of some students
visit the departments otherwise also to obtain feedback about their
wards and to give their inputs and suggestions. Teachers also contact
parents of some students from time to time, if they feel need for the
same. Inputs given by the parents regarding teaching, examination, and
general administration are taken seriously by the departments to
enhance the quality of teaching and learning in the Department.
.12 Activities and support from the Parent – Teacher Association
6
The training programmes for the support staff are arranged by the
University from time to time as and when required.
.13 Development programmes for support staff
6.14 Initiatives taken to make the campus ecofriendly
Energy is conserved by cutting down electricity consumption with
minimum use during day time. Some departments observed/organised the
following:
*
Rally for environment health
*
One day ban on vehicles during Rahgiri Programme on 9102015
*
A rally under EcoClub to aware and sensitized the students with
the help of slogans prepared by them on Environment awareness
*
One day workshop on “Save Ozone, Protect Life”, 2016 funded by
Radha Krishnan fund, World Environment Day was celebrated in the
department on 5th June
*
IHTM Observes every First Monday of Month as No Automated Vehicle
Day and All Students, faculty & Staff of Institute use BiCycles or
Walking as mode to come to Institute.
*
Check on computer printing and using email instead of papers most
of the times by the every department.
Criterion – VII
7. Innovations and Best Practices
7.1 Innovations introduced during this academic year which have
created a positive impact on the
functioning of the institution. Give details.
The University periodically introduces new and innovative actions to
improve its functioning and to cater to the different needs of
particularly the students as well as other stakeholders. During this
academic year, following initiatives were taken to enhance knowledge,
skills and employability:
*
Various teaching departments in the university organized
orientation/induction programme for all the newly admitted
students before the actual commencement of teaching programme
which helps the faculty members in understanding the knowledge
base and skills of the students for monitoring their future
progress.
*
Introduced CBCS by the Department of Chemistry and the ten
departments under the Faculty of Life Sciences. All the
departments designed the syllabi as per CBCS for implementation of
the same w.e.f. 201617.
*
Department of Chemistr submitted a proposal of Rs 10 Crore for
FIST level II Category.
*
Extension lecturers and workshops were organised by various
departments on topics such as "technical and soft skills to aware
the students towards latest trend in the IT Industry".
*
The teaching staff in the University is continuously motivated for
the use of internet, journals, participation in seminars,
conferences, workshops, refresher courses and orientation
programmes.
*
Students in the University are mixture of fast, medium and slow
learners. Various departments of the University use their own ways
to focus on the slow learners to make them competent in such a way
so that they may feel comfortable attending the classes with the
fast learners.
*
Professional and technical departments like IMSAR, IHTM, UIET,
Coputer Science & Application focus on Theme based and activity
based learning, live practicals and student field tour.
*
The Professional and Technical departments of the University have
developed industry relevant curriculum which is delivered through
modern pedagogic methods, including roleplay, case analysis,
field assignments, and presentations.
*
The University encourages for adopting the use of Information
Communication Technology (ICT) for teaching as a part of common
teaching strategy and ejournals to the Library for research
purpose and to be updated with the latest ongoing. The entire
faculty has been provided with PCs/desktops with internet facility
and IPbased intercom right at their tables. Importantly, every
corner of each department has been provided with the WiFi
connectivity.
*
The Department of Law organises various programmes for students to
provide them a platform for showing their capabilities like
debating, moot court, declamatory etc.
*
Department of Psychology performed various outreach activities
such as celebration of Rahgiri where Nukkad Natak was performed,
Health awareness drive during Rahgiri.
Suicide prevention day: Brain storming session, to create
awareness in the students about the hazards of suicide and
focussed on its prevention techniques.
The enthusiasm among the students about learning has increased to a
large extent and the teachers take lectures citing more research based
illustrations in the classes.
7.2 Provide the Action Taken Report (ATR) based on the plan of action
decided upon at the
beginning of the year
*
Promotions of teachers under CAS were made without any delay.
*
Various departments organised international as well as National
level seminars/workshops/conferences
*
Choice Based Credit System adopted for various programmes running
under Faculty of Life Sciences and Department of Chemistry.
*
Ordinance on Choice Based Credit System was made and syllabi of
all the PG Programmes/courses were designed as per CBCS for
implementation of the same from the session 201617.
*
Obtained and analysed feedback from the stakeholders and the same
was sent to the concerned quarters for their corrective measures
to improve teaching learning process.
*
The teachers and research scholars are publishing their papers in
the refereed and indexed Journals.
*
Physical infrastructural facilities have been improved.
*
Efforts have been made to maintain proper record of Alumni.
*
Under the outreach activities, various activities in the
surrounding areas were organised like celebration of Rahgiri where
Nukkad Natak was performed, Health awareness drive during Rahgiri;
Suicide prevention day: Brain storming session, to create
awareness in the students about the hazards of suicide and
focussed on its prevention techniques.
*
Organised various events like quiz contests, poster making and
declamation contests, seminars, conferences, workshops, extension
lectures.
*
Conducted tests as per schedule.
*
MoUs were signed with one foreign University and two National
level institutions/organisations to promote quality research and
education.
7.3 Give two Best Practices of the institution
Best Practice I
1.Title of the Practice
Working as a Team
2. Objective of the Practice
*
To make full use of ideas and knowledge of each and everyone in
the Departments, in particular, and the University, in general.
*
To give the University a greater voice in decision making, sharing
problems and suggesting solutions
*
To develop conducive environment in the University
3. The Context
*
For any institution to be efficient and successful, merging of
observations, expertise and decisionmaking responsibilities of
different team members is a primary requirement.
*
To avoid negative influence of poor communication on diverse
aspects of working conditions, such as job satisfaction, work
intensity, productivity and the learning environment, it is
necessary to keep harmony and work in a team. 
*
To motivate team members to tackle with the emerging problems
creatively and keep focus on quality, team efforts are
indispensable.
4.Practice
*
The faculty and nonfaculty members feel free to express their
thoughts, opinions, and potential solutions to problems in various
formal and informal meetings/gatherings which lead to academic
freedom. Members are listened to with care and attention. 
*
Approach toward achieving the goals is defined and explained in
meetings
*
Equal right, opportunity and weightage is given to every member as
far as the opinion on a point/matter is concerned.
*
Decisions in the meetings are taken by full participation of every
member and through mutual consensus.
*
Committees are constituted in such a way that each and every
faculty member gets orientation and exposure of each type of duty.
*
Conferences, Seminars and other Activities/programmes are
organized by the departments involve not only every faculty member
of the concerned Department but some members of other departments
also.
*
All the faculty members are involved in the functions organised at
the University level.
5. Evidence of Success
*
Every event performed by any department of the University achieves
a grand success due to team work.
*
Various departments are getting UGCSAP and other grants by the
Govt Agencies.
Problems Encountered and Resources Required
*
Additional administrative responsibilities assigned to various
teachers, sometimes, deprives the department of their contribution
in some departmental level meetings/activities.
2. Encouragement for Research
Goals
To enhance the scientific and employability skills of the students and
to enhance the research standards of the faculty members.
The Context
To meet the needs and challenges which are being faced in daytoday
life and growth in the field of interest. For proper development and
growth in any field, good quality researchers need to be produced
which is possible through the encouragement given to them.
The Practice
There is a healthy academic environment and good coordination amongst
the teachers in the University. The research guides, normally, have
harmony with their research students and give sufficient time to them
for discussion on the problems related to their field of research.
Every year, university provides 23 students of every department of
the University in order of merit. A fairly large number of scholars
are registered in the departments of the University. The University
grants duty / academic/ study leaves liberally to the teachers as and
when required for pursuing higher research and for participating in
conferences / symposia/ workshops or other academic / research
purposes by other universities / institutes in India as well as
abroad. They are also provided TA/DA also for the purpose. Almost all
the faculty members of the University have harmonious relations with
each other. Such relationships help work in the interdisciplinary
areas also.
The University subscribes sufficient number of research journals for
the department as per different specializations. A good number of
research journals published in India as well as abroad are being
subscribed. Faculty members have access to a large number of online
journals also.
Evidence of Success:
Research papers published by the research students and faculty members
of the department in peer reviewed/ indexed journals and also in the
journals having impart factors indicate that research standards of the
University are reasonably good. Because of good research standards,
the faculty members of various departments have been sanctioned
Major/Minor research projects by the UGC.
Problems encountered and resources required
The senior teachers sometimes overburdened with Administrative
assignments – enquiries, inspections, various committees at the
university level in addition to their normal work of teaching and
research.
Though the duty / study / academic leaves are granted to the faculty
members as and when required, yet the funding is limited to once in a
year for presenting papers in the conferences in India and once in
three years for the conferences abroad.
7.4 Contribution to environmental awareness / protection
Various departments of the University contributed a lot to
environmental awareness/protection as is evident by the following
activities organised by them:
Botany
organized rally in University campus and in the city to protect
environment
Education
The faculty interacted with the students and held discussion about
environment awareness / protection issues.
Regular discussion with the students were held about protecting
environment in the classrooms.
English
The students are sensitised of their role and responsibility towards
environment. Water wastage and electricity consumption are minimised
in the department. The students have pledged to make an effort to keep
their campus clean.
Environmental Science
The department from time to time organizes various debates, seminars,
environmental awareness camps, group discussions, cultural programmes,
research conference and guest lectures etc for the benefit and
awareness of the society. The department organised Ozone preservation
Day and one day workshop to make everyone acquainted with importance
of ozone layer.
Genetics
Awareness lectures to the students by invited faculty from other
institution.
Geography
Environment awareness is incorporated as a part of compulsory theory
paper.
History
The faculty makes the students aware about environmental
hazard/protection. The syllabus of the course includes environmental
history
IHTM
Students’ involvement in writing Environmental Slogans and broadcast
its message through multimedia, Organising Tree Plantation Campaigns
IMSAR
The Institute has taken several initiatives for making the environment
ecofriendly:
The use of airconditioners and energygulping appliances has been
restricted to the bare minimum, and starlabelled equipments are
purchased to conserve energy.
Buildings in the campus have been constructed to ensure adequate
natural light in the rooms throughout the day to minimize energy
consumption.
Strict compliance to switch off the electrical appliances, when not in
use, in all offices is ensured.
In addition, a paper on Environment Management has also been
introduced in the MBA 5 year integrated programme to make the students
aware about the importance of environmental protection.
Law
Environmental Law is a part of curriculum lecture delivered by faculty
on protection of Environment in different educational institution.
Mathematics
To look after the green environment aspects nearby the Departmental
building a departmental level EcoClub is constituted.
Medical BioTechnology
Students were made aware about the risks posed by plastic, waste
materials and biohazards to Environment.
Pharmaceutical Science
Yes, a full fledge subject at UG level is taught to the students which
also includes some field work
Physical Education
Students have been encouraged to plant more trees and clean the
surroundings.
Political Science
Environmentalism and its theories like green politics have been
incorportaed in the course work
Public Administration
The Department has been implemented online tracking file system for
official work
UIET
Planting of trees
UILMS
To look after the green environment aspects the institution is
planting new saplings. Environment Law is being taught.
Zoology
Bio Safety and animal ethics committee taken care of issues related to
environmental protection

7.5 Whether environmental audit was conducted? Yes No
7.6 SWOT analysis of the University
Strength
*
One of the oldest and multidisciplinary Universities, with NAAC
“A Grade” accreditation and amongst top 50 NIRF ranked
institutions for 2016.
*
Excellent and well laid out infrastructure with State of the Art
facilities having ample space for expansion on 627 acres of land
*
Experienced, qualified and research oriented faculty
*
Professionally qualified and computer savvy, technical and
administrative staff
*
Wide variety of specializations in various subjects.
*
Curricula as per requirement of industry/society and its regular
updation.
*
Wellequipped research laboratories
*
Large number of research publications in Web of Science / Scopus
indexed journals and collaborative research with other
organizations/institutions in India and abroad leading to Hindex
: 58
*
Awarded 75 research projects to the University teachers by various
funding agencies such as DST, UGC, ICMR, CSIR, AICTE, ICSSR, DBT,
DAE, DRDO, ICSSR, Ministry of Food Processing, New Delhi and
Haryana DST, etc.
*
Good number of Departments of the university funded under UGC SAP,
two under UGC Innovative Programme and nine awarded DST FIST.
*
World class well stocked library with eresources and 24 X 7
reading facility.
*
Use of modern teaching aids – modern pedagogy.
*
Government supported schemes, funds, and scholarships for students
*
WiFi enabled campus
*
Large and well placed Alumni Base
*
International standards sports facilities and achievements
*
Cooperative and working in a team environment
Weakness
*
Shortage of teaching staff in some specialized domains.
*
Deficiency in foreign / foreign qualified / industry experienced
faculty
*
Weak Foreign Domestic student ratio
*
Inadequate Patents
*
No revenue from consultancy and industrial funding & donations
*
Lack of global exposure to the students
Opportunities
*
Potential to become global university
*
Sponsored research projects from funding agencies/industries.
*
Students and teachers exchange programmes with foreign
universities.
*
Good opportunities for consultancy
*
IPRs and technology transfer
*
Liaison with research organizations/ other departments within and
outside the University to undergo interdisciplinary research.
*
National and international collaborations for academic and
research activities.
*
Greater scope of utilizing Alumni base for development of the
institute and job placement of students.
*
Strategic tieups with corporate sector and apex industrial
associations
*
Scope of attracting foreign students
*
Enhancement of placement activities
*
Hosting international sports events
Threats
*
To cope up with advancements in industry and research
*
Challenge to attract and retain foreign students and faculty
*
Growth of private sector as providers of education, challenge from
new private universities with modern infrastructure.
*
Competition with Foreign Universities in India
*
Coping up with ever increasing aspirations of the students and
other stakeholders
8. Plans of Institution for next year
*
To introduce CBCS for all the 2Year and 3Year PG Programmes in
the University Teaching Departments.
*
To organise Seminars/Conferences/Workshops/Extension Lectures
*
To organise educational tours for the students
*
To bring research projects from different funding agencies
*
To organise Social Awareness Programmes
*
To conduct outreach programmes for contribution to the society
*
To Organise Alumni Meet
*
To strengthen Alumni database
*
To strengthen the Central Instrumentation Laboratory by creating
physical infrastructure.
*
To appoint permanent faculty against the sanctioned posts and to
promote the existing staff without ant delay.
Name: Prof. Gulshan Tanej Name : Prof. B.K. Punia
ViceChancellor
sd sd
Signature of the Director, IQAC Signature of the Chairperson, IQAC
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AnnexureI
Academic Calendar of the University for the Session 201516
NOTIFICATION
It is notified for information of all concerned that the
ViceChancellor has been pleased to approve the Schedule of Terms and
Vacations to be observed by the University Teaching Departments,
University Institute of Law and Management Studies, Gurgaon and
Colleges affiliated to M.D. University, Rohtak running UG & PG and
other Professional Courses (Semester System) (except B.Ed, M.Ed.,
B.Tech, B.Arch. M.Arch. and M.Tech Courses) during the session 201516
as under:
FOR UNDER –GRADUATE COURSES (ODD SEMESTER)
Admissions
01.07.2015 to 15.07.2015
Teaching
16.07.2015 to 17.10.2015
VacationI
19.10.2015 to 25.10.2015
Teaching
26.10.2015 to 18.11.2015
Examinations
19.11.2015 to 17.12.2015
Winter Vacation
18.12.2015 to 31.12.2015
EVEN SEMESTER
Teaching
01.01.2016 to 19.03.2016
VacationII
21.03.2016 to 26.03.2016
Teaching
28.03.2016 to 29.04.2016
Examinations (except 6th Semester)
30.04.2016 to 28.05.2016
Examination 6th Semester
20.04.2016 onwards
Practical Examinations
After Theory Examinations
Summer Vacation (201516)
18.05.2016 to 30.06.2016
Summer vacations (201415)
18.05.2015 to 30.06.2015(already notified)
The Academic Session 201617 will start from 01072016
FOR POSTGRADUATE COURSES (ODD SEMESTER)
Admissions
01.07.2015 to 21.07.2015
Teaching
22.07.2015 to 17.10.2015
VacationI
19.10.2015 to 25.10.2015
Teaching
26.10.2015 to 28.11.2015
Examinations
01.12.2015 to 17.12.2015
Winter Vacation
18.12.2015 to 31.12.2015
EVEN SEMESTER
Teaching
01.01.2016 to 19.03.2016
VacationII
21.03.2016 to 26.03.2016
Teaching
28.03.2016 to 30.04.2016
Examinations
01.05.2016 to 17.05.2016
Practical Examinations
After Theory Examinations
Summer Vacation (201516)
18.05.2016 to 30.06.2016
Summer vacations (201415)
18.05.2015 to 30.06.2015(already notified)
The Academic Session 201617 will start from 01.07.2016
Contd.......
Note :
1.
If the number of teaching days falls less than 180 days (90 days
in each Semester) in the Academic Session 201516 due to some
unforeseen reasons, it would be the responsibility of each
Department/Institute/College to make good the loss by arranging
extra classes.
2.
Award of Degrees: Degrees shall be awarded within 180 days from
the date of notification of result.
3.
In case result of the Even Semesters are not declared in time,
provisional admissions
in case of ongoing Semesters will be made and classes will commence
w.e.f. 16th
July, 2015 for U.G. and 22nd July, 2015 for P.G. Courses.
REGISTRAR
Ends.No.ACSIII/F69/2015/ 81258374 Dated 1252015
Copy of the above is forwarded to the following for information and
necessary action:
1.
The Secretary, to the Governor, Haryana Raj Bhawan, Chandigarh
(for kind information of the Hon’ble Chancellor).
2.
The Secretary, University Grants Commission, Bahadur Shah Zafar
Marg, New Delhi.
3.
The Secretary Association of Indian Universities, 16 Kotla Marg,
New Delhi.
4.
The Financial Commissioner & Secretary to Govt. Haryana, Higher
Education Department, Chandigarh.
5.
The Director General, Higher Education Haryana, Shiksha Sadan
Sector5 Panchkula.
6.
The Director, Technical Education Department, Haryana, Chandigarh.
7.
All the Heads of University Teaching Departments, M.D. University,
Rohtak.
8.
The Registrar, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra, CCS Haryana
Agricultural University, Hisar, Guru Jambheshwar University
Science & Technology, Hisar, Ch.
Devi Lal University, Sirsa, BPS, Mahila Vishawa Vidyalya, Khanpur
Kalan (Sonipat) Ch.Ranbir Singh University,Jind, Ch.Bansi Lal
University,Bhiwani and Indira Gandhi, University, Meerpur (Rewari).
9.
The Director, University Institute of Law and Management Studies,
Sector40, Gurgaon.
10.
All the Principals of the Colleges (Arts/Science and Commerce),
affiliated to M.D. University, Rohtak.
11.
The Director, Public Relations, M.D. University, Rohtak.
12.
The President, Teachers Association, M.D. University, Rohtak.
13.
The President, Govt. College Teachers Association (P.G. Govt.
College), Faridabad.
14.
All the Branch Officers, M.D. University, Rohtak.
15.
The Director, Computer Centre, M.D. University, Rohtak. He is
requested to upload the above notification on the University
Website.
16.
PA to ViceChancellor/Dean Academic Affairs/Registrar and
Controller of Examination, M.D. University, Rohtak.
17.
Superintendent (AcademicI/II and III), M.D. University, Rohtak.
Sd/
Superintendent (Academic)
Annexure II
Student Feedback Analysis
S.No.
Parameter
Rating
1.
Quality of Course Content
Very Good
2.
Course coverage and delivery
Very Good
3.
Knowledge base of the teachers
Very Good
4.
Communication skills of the teachers
Very Good
5.
Sincerity and commitment level of teachers
Very Good
6.
Practical and applied content of teaching
Good
7.
Teachers’ accessibility outside the class
Very Good
8.
Teachers’ testing methods to evaluate students
Very Good
9.
Learning outcomes
Good
10.
Encouragement by teachers for class participation
Very Good
11.
Fairness of internal assessment
Very Good
12.
Availability of optional papers for students’ choice
Good
13.
Students’ knowledge about course details, fees etc before
admission
Very Good
14.
Adequacy and quality of computer labs/workshops/studios etc.
Good
15.
Library support
Very Good
16.
Support from administrative office
Good
17.
Cocurricular and extracurricular activities
Good
18.
StudentTeacher relationship
Very Good
19.
Handling of students’ grievances
Good
20.
Career counseling and placement facility
Good
21.
OVERALL RATING(Keeping in view general teachinglearning
environment)
Very Good
*
The above feedback reveals that the "Very Good" was rated for 13
out of the above 21 parameters, that is, University is doing
extremely well in case of "Very Good" rated 13 parameters.
However, in case of the remaining 08 parameters, "Good" was rated
(points given for most of these parameters are just below 3 but
closer to 3 on a 4point scale, so closer to the rating "Very
Good"). These 8 parameters are:
*
Practical and applied content of teaching
*
Learning outcomes
*
Availability of optional papers for students’ choice
*
Adequacy and quality of computer labs/workshops/studios etc.
*
Support from administrative office
*
Cocurricular and extracurricular activities
*
Handling of students’ grievances
*
Career counseling and placement facility
Parent Feedback Analysis
Sr. No.
Particulars
Rating
1.
Getting admission in this university is a matter of pride
Agree
2.
The university has a fair admission process
Strongly Agree
3.
My ward is improving his/her knowledge through interaction with
faculty
Agree
4.
The university maintains discipline in all aspects
Strongly Agree
5.
This Department has a conducive learning environment
Agree
6.
A positive change in the behavior and personality of my ward is
clearly noticeable after joining the dept
Agree
7.
Information is accessible to all at the dept. as well as university
level
Strongly Agree
8.
The course curriculum promotes learning experience
Agree
9.
All the staff members in the dept. are cooperative
Agree
10.
Changes introduced in recently the dept. are progressive
Neutral
11.
Teachers take full interest in the progress of my ward
Agree
12.
My ward always speaks high of the dept. and its faculty at home
Agree
13.
Dept. makes effort for the placement/ future prospects of students
Agree
14.
My ward is encouraged to participate in extramural activities
Agree
15.
I would like to recommend this dept. to my friends and relatives
Agree
Alumni Feedback Analysis
Sr. No.
Particulars
Rating
1
I feel proud to be the student of Maharshi Dayanand University,
Rohtak
Strongly Agree
2
Admission procedure is very good
Agree
3
Fee Structure is very nominal
Strongly Agree
4
Nice Infrastructure & Lab Facilities
Strongly Agree
5
Faculty is knowledgeable
Strongly Agree
6
Faculty is cooperative
Strongly Agree
7
Library facilities are excellent
Strongly Agree
8
The learning I had in the University is useful in my career.
Agree
9
The developments in the University in recent years are
appreciative.
Strongly Agree
10
The new courses introduced meet contemporary requirements.
Agree
11
The university is involving alumni in its activities.
Neutral
12
The alumni have a role to play in
Academically strengthening the University further.
Agree
13
The alumni have a role to play in financially strengthening the
University.
Neutral
14
Formation of Department wise alumni associations is a step in
the right direction.
Strongly Agree
15
The Department administration should take initiative to
efficiently enroll and strengthen the alumniassociation.
Strongly Agree
16
Overall rating of university
Very Good
Employer Feedback Analysis
How satisfied are you with the student’s work performance
in each of these areas
Rating
1.
General communication skills
Neutral
2.
Technical knowledge/skill
Agree
3.
Ability to manage/leadership qualities
Strongly Agree
3.
Working as part of a team
Strongly Agree
3.
Developing practical solutions to work place problems
Agree
3.
Creative in response to workplace challenges
Agree
3.
Innovativeness, creativity
Agree
3.
Planning and organization skills
Agree
3.
Selfmotivated and taking on appropriate level of responsibility
Strongly Agree
3.
Open to new ideas and learning new techniques
Agree
3.
Using technology and workplace equipment
Agree
3.
Ability to contribute to the goal of the organization
Agree
13. Relationship with seniors/peers/subordinates
Agree
14. Involvement in social activities
Agree
15. Ability to take up extra responsibility
Strongly Agree
16. Obligation to work beyond schedule if required
Strongly Agree
Kindly give specific, if any for improving our programme / curriculum.
Any other comment(s):
Your students are more flexible than the students belonging to
Metropolitan cities.
Would you like to recruit more students form MDU
Yes
Would you refer us to other organization(s)
Yes
On a scale of 1 to 10 how do you rate your overall satisfaction with
MDU students and the curriculum?
7
Annexure III
Activities by Youth Red Cross of M.D. University, Rohtak during
201516
1.
Meeting of Youth Red Cross Committee M.D. University Rohtak.
The meeting of Youth Red Cross Committee M.D. University Rohtak was
held on 2282015 which was chaired by Prof. Sunita Malhotra, Dean
Academic Affairs on behalf of Vice Chancellor cum Chairman Youth Red
Cross Committee, M.D. University Rohtak in the conference hall of Vice
Chancellor’s office The Programme Coordinator of Youth Red Cross
Committee Prof. Radhey Shyam welcomed the chairperson and other
members. The Programme coordinator presented the report of Youth Red
Cross and its activities which was appreciated by all. In addition to
this income and expenditure for the year 20142015, tentative Budget,
Activity Calendar for year 20152016 along with other resolutions were
passed in the meeting. The meeting was attended by 18 members
including Zonal Conveners and representative of Honorary Secretary
Indian Red Cross Society, Haryana State Branch, Chandigarh.
2.
Blood Donation Camp at Institute of Management Studies and
Research (IMSAR), M.D.U. Rohtak.
M.D. University, Youth Red Cross, organised a blood donation camp in
collaboration with IMSAR, M.D.U. Rohtak, on 992015. The Camp was
inaugurated by Dr. S.P. Vats, Registrar M.D.U. He motivated the
students for donating blood, presented badges to the donors and
appreciated the efforts of University Youth Red Cross for arranging
such camps. Prof. Radhey Shyam, Programme Coordinator, YRC, Prof.
Neelam Jain, Director IMSAR, staff member of IMSAR, Dr. Babita Khosla
, Dr. Govind Singh and employees of Youth Red Cross office and
students from different departments were present. Ninety three (93)
volunteers donated blood in this camp. Dr.Jagdeep Singla, Asstt. Prof.
IMSAR Coordinated the organization of the camp.
3.
First Aid and Home Nursing Training to M.D. University Youth Red
Cross Volunteers.
It is well known fact that First –Aid training in this ‘Machine Yug’
is very important and beneficial. Keeping in view the importance of it
a 7 day FirstAid training camp was organized by M.D. University Youth
Red Cross, in Youth Red Cross office from 892015 to 1592015.The
camp was inaugurated by Prof. Rajbir Singh Dean Students Welfare
M.D.U. Rohtak. A total of one hundred sixteen (116) students from
different departments of M.D.U. Rohtak attended the said training
programme. The training programme was free of cost for the volunteers
and all the expenses were borne by YRC office. Sh.Daya Singh Saini,
Lecture in FirstAid & Home nursing imparted the training to the
volunteers.
4.
Release of Bulletin of Information and Brief Report of Youth Red
Cross, M.D.U. Rohtak.
Sh. Sudhir Rajpal , I.A.S. , Vice Chancellor cum Chairman University
Youth Red Cross, M.D.U. Rohtak released the bulletin of information
and annual report (201415 session) of YRC,M.D.U Rohtak on 1492015
in his office. The Chairman appreciated the initiative taken by Prof.
Radhey Shyam, Progrmme Coordinator and YRC staff for bringing out
this bulletin Prof. Sunita Malhotra Dean Academic Affairs, Dr. Sunit
Murkhrjee, PRO, Prof. Radhey Shyam Progrmme Coordinator YRC, Sh. Ved
Nandal, Seretary to Vice Chancellor, Sh. R.S. More Field Coordinator
YRC, and Balwan Singh, Assistant YRC, were present on the said
occasion.
5.
Blood Donation Camp at Department of Mathematics M.D.U. Rohtak. on
1692015.
The second voluntary blood donation camp of the session 201415 was
organised on 1692015 in Mathematics department. The camp was
inaugurated Prof. Jagdish Nandal, Head of Mathematics Department,
M.D.U. Rohtak. The blood donors were honoured with badges. One hundred
five (105) volunteers donated their blood in this camp. Faculty
members of the department were present during the camp to make this
camp a big success. Prof. Radhey Shyam, Programme Coordinator, Dr.
Babita Khosla, Dr. Govind Singh Counsellors and Sh. R.S.More Field
Coordinator of YRC, Sh. Devender Chahal, Secretary, District Red
Cross Society Rohtak were present in the said camp.
6.
Blood Donation Camp at YRC office M.D.U. Rohtak. on 1102015.
On the demand raised by blood bank, Medical College, Rohtak and
keeping the importance of voluntary Blood Donation day (1st October),
a blood donation camp was organised by Youth Red Cross M.D.U. Rohtak
at YRC office on 1102015. This camp was inaugurated by Prof. O.P.
Kalra, Vice Chancellor, Pt. B.D. Sharma University of Health Sciences
Rohtak and Prof. Rajbir Singh, Dean Students Welfare M.D.U Rohtak was
guest of honour. He motivated the youth for Blood Donation and said
that blood donation is a very important to save life, therefore every
young person should donate their blood at least two time in a year for
the persons in need. Prof. Kalra also emphasized the need to organise
the organ donation camps.75 (Seventy five) volunteers donated their
blood in this camp. Prof. Radhey Shyam, Programme Coordinator YRC,
welcomed the Chief Guest and others guests in the above said camp. The
Chief Guest appreciated the efforts of YRC team and volunteers for
taking part in the blood donation camp.
7.
Orientation Course for YRC Volunteers and Counsellors
One day University level Youth Red Cross orientation course for YRC
Counsellor and freshly enrolled volunteers of M.D.U. Rohtak and its
affiliated colleges was organised on 5102015 at Radha Krishnan
Sabhagar M.D.U Rohtak. The programme was inaugurated by Prof. Rajbir
Singh DSW, M.D.U. Rohtak and Dr. Dinash Chahal , Programme
Coordinator YRC, Central University of Haryana was the resource
person for the said course. The main focus of the orientation course
was to create awareness regarding Youth Red Cross activities at
University and Colleges level. The volunteers were allotted their
enrolment numbers and motivated for voluntary activities. Prof. Radhey
Shyam, Programme Coordinator YRC made the volunteers to take a pledge
for the service of humanity.
8.
Sir Jean Henry Dunant Trophy for Best College in YRC activities
for session 201415.
As per the decision of Youth Red Cross Committee M.D. University, Sir
Jean Henry Dunant Trophy was established from the session 201415 to
the Best College / Institution in YRC activities. The trophy was
awarded to Hindu College of Education, Sonepat for their outstanding
work. The Principal of the college Dr. Rainu Sharma and Dr. Rajbala
YRC college counsellor received the trophy.
9.
University Level One Day work shop on Cyber Security
University Youth Red Cross organized a one day workshop on Cyber
Security in Radha Krishan Sabhgar M.D.U. Rohtak on 3112015. About
400 YRC Volunteers from UTDs, local colleges, students of different
departments and university employees (Teaching and Non Teaching)
participated in the workshop. Sh. Rakshit Tandon, a wellknown Cyber
Security expert conducted the workshop. The workshop was a big success
and every one took keen interest in it. The workshop was inaugurated
by Prof. Sunita Malhotra Dean Academic Affairs, M.D.U. Rohtak.
Programme Coordinator YRC, Prof. Radhey Shyam welcomed the Chief
Guest, Resource person, other Guests and participants in the workshop.
10.
First Aid and Home Nursing Training to M.D. University Youth Red
Cross Volunteers from 17112015 to 24112015.
On the demand of volunteers 2nd FirstAid and Home Nursing training
camp was organized by M.D. University YRC, in Youth Red Cross office
from 17112015 to 24112015. Thirty two (32) students from different
departments of the university attended the said training programme.
Sh. D.S. Saini, Lecturer in FirstAid and Home nursing imparted the
training to the students. Training programme was free of cost and all
expenses were borne by YRC office. The training programme was
inaugurated by Prof. Radhey Shyam, Programme Coordinator, YRC and in
the valedictory session of the camp Dr. Sunit Mukherjee, Director,
Public Relation, was the chief guest. Dr. Mukherjee appreciated the
efforts of Youth Red Cross in this field.
11.
Observance of the communal Harmony Campaign week from 19112015
to 25112015
In a week long campaign on Communal Harmony, a lecture series was
organised by Youth Red Cross, M.D.U. Rohtak in Collaborations with
Department of Sociology. M.D.U Rohtak on 23112015 at 11.00 a.m. 127
YRC volunteers and Faculty members of Sociology Deptt. participated in
the said programme. Sh. Jitender Kumar Bhardwaj, Registrar M.D.U
Rohtak inaugurated the said programme. In this programme Advocate
Surender Singh, Sh. Sanjay Rathee and Brahmakumari Pooja Gupta from
Parjapti Brhama Kumari Ishwria local office Rohtak expressed their
views regarding Communal Harmony. In addition to this Prof Radhey
Shyam, Programme Coordinator YRC, Prof. Kanwar Chauhan, Head of
Sociology Department, Prof. Harsh Kumar, Head Journalism Department
and Dr. Sunit Mukhrjee, Director Public Relation, M.D.U. Rohtak also
expressed their views on Communal Harmony on the said occasion. To
make this programme successfull efforts of Sh. R.S. More, Field
Coordinator, Dr. Babita Khosla, Dr. Govind Singh, Counsellors, and
Sh. Balwan Singh Assistant YRC, M.D.U Rohtak and Staff of Sociology
department were appreciable.
12.
World AIDS Day Awareness Program on 1122015.
1st December is observed as World AIDS Day throughout the world.
Keeping in view the importance of World AIDS Day and to create
awareness regarding HIV/AIDS among the students and masses an
awareness programme was organized by the Youth Red Cross, on 1122015
at YRC office, Sh. Jitender Kumar Bhardwaj Registrar, M.D.U Rohtak was
the Chief Guest on this occasion.The programme started with awareness
rally, which was flagged off by Prof. Rajbir Singh DSW, M.D.U. Rohtak
followed by on the spot painting and slogan writing competitions. 138
YRC volunteers from Local colleges and UTDs participated in the said
competition. The winners of the competitions were awarded cash prizes
in the prize distribution function at 2.30 p.m. in YRC office. Sh.
Jitender Kumar Bhardwaj, Registrar M.D.U. Rohtak was the Chief Guest
and function was presided over by Dr. Sunit Mukhrjee Director PRO,
M.D.U Rohtak.
13.
7days Health Awareness/ Training camp for girls held at Jodhpur
and Jaisalmer from 322016 to 922016.
Seven days Youth Red Cross health awareness /training camp was
organised by YRC M.D.U., Rohtak at Jodhpur and Jaisalmer from 3rd to 9th
February 2016 for girls wing of YRC. Thirty five girls from UTD and
affiliated colleges participated in this camp Dr. Geeta, Assistant
professor, Gaur Brahman College of Education, Rohtak and Dr. Lajwanti
Kaushal, Assistant professor, Govt. College Nahar, Rewari, were the
teacher incharge of the said camp and Sh. R.S. More, coordinated the
camp. The camp was inaugurated by Sh. Aalok Ranjan, SDM, Jodhpur on
422016. In his address he said that Youth Red Cross volunteers
should be the responsible citizen of the country being committed to
root out the social evils. Dr. Kshiz, Dr. Ravi Gunthey from Jai
Narayan Vyas University, Jodhpur were the guest of Honour in the
inaugural session of the camp and they appreciated the role of Youth
Red Cross counsellors and volunteers in strengthening Red Cross
movement in the country. On this occasion Sh. Mehta, Ex. President,
Lions Club, Ashok Patel President of Lions club, Sh. S.S. Joshi,
Manager Youth Hostel were also present and Sh. D.S. Saini conducted
the stage. During this 7days camp volunteers lectures were delivered
on different topics such as history, principles, structure of Red
Cross, Role of Youth in Red Cross, HIV/ AIDS, Blood Donation. YRC
volunteers organised “Road Safety and Cleanliness awareness” rallies
in Jodhpur in association with Lions club and Youth Hostel, Jodhpur.
The trainees witnessed the activities organised by centre for mentally
challenged children and Maulana Azad Muslim University. Sessions were
also carried out on various social issues such as “Health and Hygiene,
Disaster Management, Female Foeticide, Role of Yoga in Peace and
Harmony and Environmental Safety by Dr. Geeta Rani and Dr. Lajwanti
Kaushal. During the camp Sh. Daya Singh Saini imparted the training of
First Aid and Home Nursing to the volunteers. Campers also visited the
various historical places in Jodhpur and Jaisalmer. In addition to
this a cultural/interaction programme was also organised in
collaboration with S.D.K. College Jaisalmer. Prof. Radhey Shyam,
Programme Coordinator, YRC, M.D.U. Rohtak also visited the camp and
said that all lesson learnt in the camp by the participants should be
utilized in their day to day life. The winners of various competitions
carried out in the camp were rewarded by Prof. Radhey Shyam. Over all
this camp helped the volunteers to build their capacity to render the
humanitarian service to the most vulnerable people in the society.
14.
7days Health Awareness/ Training camp for boys held at Pachmarhi
(M.P.) from 1522016 to 222016.
Seven days Youth Red Cross health awareness /training camp for boys
was organised by YRC M.D.U., Rohtak at the Bharat Scouts and Guides,
National Adventure Institute, Panchmarhi (M.P.) from 15th to 22nd
February 2016. 30 volunteers of Youth Red Cross, from UTDs and
colleges affiliated to M.D.U. Rohtak along with 4 officials were
flagged off by Prof. Radhey Shyam, Programme Coordinator YRC M.D.U
Rohtak, on 1532016 with a smile on everybody’s face. The activities
of Youth Red Cross started in bus only with formal introduction of all
the volunteers and contingent coordinator Sh. R.S. More. The teacher
in charges Dr. Deepak Lathwal, and Dr. Vinod Kumar inculcated the
feelings of oneness in all the volunteers. After entertaining but
tiring journey of nearly 30 hours, all the volunteers were cheered as
they landed in Pachmarhi, a marvellous hill station lying in the Great
Satpura forest range. The weather was pleasant and the participants
were vibrant. This camp was organised in collaboration with of the
Bharat Scouts and Guides, National Adventure Institute, Panchmarhi.
Sh. R.S. More, Field Coordinator, YRC enlighten the participants
regarding blood donation which was liked by one and all. The motto of
Youth Red Cross “Health, Service and Friendship” was well served as
all the volunteers mingled with 180 participants in the program from
various states of the countary. Dr. Deepak Lathwal, Counsellor, YRC
delivered an informative lecture regarding background and importance
of Red Cross in youth life. He threw light on the works done by Youth
Red Cross during the time of crisis. Dr. Vinod Kumar, Counsellor, YRC,
motivated the volunteers for serving the needy and emphasized the
importance of discipline in life. He urged the participants to find
the volunteer inside them.
During the activities of the camp, volunteers were divided into four
groups. They presented skits highlighting the importance of blood
donation, work done by Youth Red Cross and other issues of National
importance which were applauded by one and all. Solo song, patriotic
poems, speech, ragnis were performed by the participants depicting the
true culture of the state. This camp was very useful for the YRC
volunteers. The arrangements of boarding,lodging provided by National
Adventure Institute, Panchmarhi were excellent and cooperation of
Assistant Director and his staff was also appreciable.
15.
Blood Donation Camp at Department of Pharmaceutical Science M.D.U.
Rohtak. on 642016.
A voluntary blood donation camp was organised on 642016 in
Pharmaceutical Science department, jointly organised by YRC and
Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences. The camp was inaugurated by
Prof. Bijender Kumar Punia, Vice Chancellor cum Chairman YRC
Committee, M.D.U. Rohtak. He honoured the blood donors with blood
donors badges and said that Blood donation is very important and it is
a lifesaving programme. Every student should come forward for this
noble cause. Seventy eight (78) YRC volunteers donated their blood in
this camp. Faculty members of the Pharmaceutical department were
present during the camp to make this camp a success. Prof. Radhey
Shyam, Programme Coordinator, Dr. Babita Khoshla , Dr. Govind Singh
and Dr. Rachna Bheteria, Counsellors and Sh. R.S.More Field
Coordinator, University YRC and Sh. Devender Chahal, Secretary,
District Red Cross Society, Rohtak were also present in the said camp.
16.
Counselling Session for redressal of Personal Problems for Staff
and Students of Colleges/ Institutes affiliated with M.D.U. Rohtak
on 1242016.
To sort out and resolve personal problems of staff and students,
counselling sessions was arranged by YRC, MDU Rohtak on 1242016,
More than 160 students from various colleges and UTDs attended the
said counselling session. Dr. Shalini Singh, Dr. Aruna Gupta, Dr.
Pardeep Kumar and Prof. Radhey Shyam from the Department of
Psychology, MDU were the consultants. The programme was inaugurated by
Sh. Jitender Bhardwaj Registrar, M.D.U. Rohtak, he expresses his view
that these camps are very essential in these days and YRC is doing
good job in this field. The counselling session was found to be very
useful for students to discuss and sort out their problems.
17.
Health Check Up Camp for Girls on 2642016 at Girls Hostel
Copmlex M.D.U. Rohtak.
University Youth Red Cross M.D.U., Rohtak organized an Eye, Dental and
Blood (Anaemia) checkup camp at Mini Health Centre at Girls Hostel
complex, M.D.U. Rohtak on 2642016. The Camp was inaugurated by Prof.
Bijender Kumar Punia Vice Chancellor M.D.U. Rohtak and presided over
by Sh. Jitender Bhardwaj Registrar M.DU. Rohtak. Over 250 girl
students attended the said camp and got their health checked up. The
doctors and paramedical staff from PGIMS, Rohtak was deputed for this
camp. This camp provided the opportunity to the hostel inmates to get
their health check up done. Prof. Rajesh Dhankar, Chief Warden (Girls)
and Prof. A.S. Varma Chief Warden (Boys) and Wardens of girls hostels
were present. Prof. Radhey Shyam welcomed the Chief Guest and other
guests and he conveyed thanks to Pt. B.D. Sharma University of Health
Science, Rohtak for deputing staff from Medical College for this camp,
and supporting YRC.
18.
Health Check Up Camp for Boys on 2742016 at Activity Centre,
M.D.U. Rohtak.
University Youth Red Cross M.D.U. Rohtak organized an Eye, Dental and
Blood (Anaemia) check up camp at Student’s Activity Centre M.D.U.
Rohtak on 2742016.The Camp was inaugurated by Dr. H.K.Aggarwal,
Registrar, Pt. B.D. Sharma University of Health Sciences Rohtak.
Dr.Sanjay Tiwari, Principal Govt. Dental College Rohtak was the guest
of honour. They visited and inspected the camp and appreciated the
arrangement and working of camp and said that this camp is useful for
the students. Keeping in view the importance of camp Dr. Aggarwal and
Dr. Tiwari advised to organise such camps from time to time, so that
maximum students could be benefited. A total of 275 students got their
health checkup done in the camp. A team of doctors and paramedical
staff was deputed from the PGIMS, Rohtak for the said camp. It was
observed in the camp that some of the students requiring vision
glasses are not wearing them. A team of dentists headed by Dr. Manju
Nath, Deptt. of Social Dentistry, Govt. Dental College, Rohtak checked
the dental problems of the students and the treatment was done at the
spot in the mobile dental van. This camp was found very useful for the
students. Prof. Radhey Shyam, Programme Coordinator said that M.D.U.
YRC shall keep on organizing such camps for the students and employees
of the University. Prof. A.S. Varma, Chief Warden (Boys), Prof. Rajesh
Dhankar, Chief Warden (Girls) and wardens of boys hostel remained
present during the camp.
19.
Blood Donation Camp at YRC office M.D.U. Rohtak. on 2942016.
Keeping in view the requirement of blood in Blood Bank. Medical
College, Rohtak, a blood donation camp was organised by joint efforts
of UIET and Youth Red Cross MDU Rohtak at YRC office on 2942016.
This camp was inaugurated by Dr. Markandey Ahuja, Vice Chancellor,
Baba Mast Nath Uninversity Rohtak. 82 (eighty two) volunteers donated
their blood in this camp. Prof. Radhey Shyam, Programme Coordinator
YRC, welcomed the Chief Guest and appreciated the YRC staff and
volunteers for taking part in the blood donation camp. Dr. Babita
Khosla , Dr. Govind Singh, Dr. Rachna Bhateria, YRC counsellors and
Sh. R.S.More Field Coordinator, Balwan Singh Assistant YRC office
made sincere efforts to make this camp successful.
20.
Celebration of world Red Cross Day on 8th May 2016.
8th May, the Birth anniversary of Sir Jean Henry Dunant, Founder of
Red Cross is celebrated throughout the world as Red Cross Day. On this
occassion, Youth Red Cross MDU Rohtak organized a programme at Gaur
Barhman College of Education, Rohtak. About 250 YRC volunteers from
different colleges and UTDs of MDU Rohtak participated in the said
programme. Dr. Ashish Dahiya, Director IQAC and IHTM, Central
University of Haryana, Mahindergarh was the Chief Guest on this
occasion. The chief guest and others guest offered puspanjli to Sir
Jean Henry Dunant. After that the chief guest encouraged the
volunteers for coming forward to make themselves available for the
services of Humanity.
The programme started with the distribution of Red Cross paper flags
and awareness rally flaged off by Dr. Radhey Shyam, Programme
Coordinary. MDU Rohtak. On this occasion different competitions as on
the spot painting, slogan writing and declamation contest were
organised. The winners of 1st, 2nd & 3rd position were rewarded by Dr.
S.S. Ahlwat, the chief guest of prize distribution session.
21.
Health Awareness/Training Camp for YRC volunteers (Girls) at
Mussoorie (Uttrakhand) from 08062016 to 14062016.
As per YRC committee decision second out of the State Health Awareness
and Training Camp for girls was organized at Youth Hostel Mussoorie
(Uttrakhand). Thirty two (32) YRC volunteers (girls) from UTD and
affiliated colleges participated in the said camp. Dr. Babita Khosla
and Dr. Rachna Bahtariea YRC Counsellors were the camp incharge and
Sh. R.S. More, Field Coordinator, coordinated the camp activities.
Sh. M.C. Dhiman, D.T.O. District Red Cross Society, Karnal accompanied
the campers and imparted the First Aid and Home Nursing training to
the volunteers during the camp. At Mussoorie, the camp was inaugurated
by Sh. Shakti Singh, Dy. Director, Youth Welfare district Mussoorie
and Assistant Director Uttrakhand. Sh. T.C. Sati was the guest of
honour in the said function Sh. Shakti Singh addressed the volunteers
and makes them aware about the activities being organised by their
department for the welfare of Youth of Uttarakhand. The YRC volunteers
visited the Uttrakhand Red Cross office at Deharadun and also had a
glance at the activities under taken by them. Dr. M.S. Ansri,
Secretary, District Red Cross Society, Deharadun gave a detailed
presentation about the activities undertaken by the branch at the time
of 2013 disaster, which was appreciated by one and all. Sh. R.S.
Verma, Chairman managing committee of Uttrakhand State Red Cross wase
also present and addressed the participants on this occassion. YRC
volunteers also vistited village Bhatta and interacted with the
members of their mahila mandal. Along with the villagers the YRC
volunteers went out for a rally on “Beti Bachao Beti Padhao”. Prof.
Radhey Shyam, Progamme Coordinator also visited the camp and during
his visit he interacted with volunteers and delivered a lecture on
Mental Health.
22.
Health Awareness /Training camp for Boys and Girls at YRC, Office,
M.D.U Rohtak.
Another seven days Health awareness and Training camp of YRC
Volunteers was organized by Youth Red Cross from 1662016 to
2262016 at Maharshi Dayanand University Campus Rohtak. More than
hundred YRC volunteers and counsellors (Boys and Girls) from UTDs and
affiliated Colleges of MDU Rohtak participated in the said camp. Dr.
Babita Khosla and Dr. Govind Singh and Dr. Rachna Bhateria, YRC
Counsellor M.D.U Rohtak were camp incharge and Sh. R.S. More, Field
Coordinator coordinated the camp activities. The camp was
inaugurated by Prof. B. K. Punia Vice Chancellor cum Chairman YRC
Committee on 1662016 at UIET Conference hall. For three days 19th,20th
and 21st June the volunteers were given Yoga training by the
University Yoga teacher Dr. Jagwanti Deswal, and other trained Yoga
experts. On the occasion of 2nd International Yoga day i.e. 21st June
2016, these volunteers along with others performed Yoga in the lawn of
Tagore auditorium. After the Yoga session the volunteers reassembled
in YRC office at 9.00 a.m. and continued with the camp activities. On
22nd June the closing function of the camp was organised. Sh. Jitender
Kumar Bhardwaj, Registrar, MDU Rohtak was the chief guest and Sh. D.R.
Sharma, Secretary, Indian Red Cross Society Haryana State Branch was
Guest of Honour of the said function.
During the camp Sh. D.S. Saini, Dr. Surinder Singh Yadav, Dr. Pardeep
Redhu, Brig. M.S.Hooda, Prof. Rajesh Dhankar, Dr. Anjna Garg, Dr.
Sunit Mukherjee, Dr. Deepak Lathwal, Dr. Babita Khosla, Prof. Radhey
Shyam and Sh. R.S. More delivered lectures on the subject related with
them of Red Cross. The camp was highly successful and all the YRC
Volunteers were highly satisfied.
23.
Health Awareness Training Camp for YRC volunteers (Boys) at
Mussoorie (Uttrakhand) from 2862016 to 0472016.
The second out of the state Health Awareness and Training Camp for
boys was organized at Youth Hostel Mussoorie from 2862016 to
472016. Twenty eight YRC volunteers (Boys) from UTDs and affiliated
colleges participated in the said camp. Dr. Dinesh Kumeri and Dr.
Satish Kumar from D.A.V. Centenary College, Faridabad and Vaish
College Biwani respectively were the camp incharge and Sh. R.S. More,
Field Coordinator, coordinated the camp activities. The camp was
inaugurated by Sh. R.S. Verma, Chairperson, Managing Committee of
Uttrakhand State Red Cross and Dr. I.S. Paul, Secretary Indian Red
Cross Society Uttrakhand State Branch and Dr. M.S. Ansri , Secretary,
Distt. Red Cross Society Dehradun were the guest of honour. The YRC
volunteers visited the State Red Cross and District Red Cross office
Dehradun and discuss about welfare activities being run by Red Cross.
YRC volunteers organised a Road safety rally at Dehradun, Beti Bachao
and Beti Padhao rally at Kampty fall and Swachta Abhiyan awareness
rally at Mussoorie. The camp was highly successfully and beneficial
for the volunteers.
24.
One day workshop on Health & Hygiene on 1572016.
A one day workshop on Health and Hygiene was organised by Youth Red
Cross MDU. Rohtak on 1572016. The workshop was attended by more the
240 volunteers and counsellor from UTDs and affiliated colleges of the
university. The workshop was inaugurated by Prof. Pradeep Khanna,
Head, Department of Social and Preventive Medicine, University of
Health Sciences, Rohtak. Prof. Khanna was the key speaker and he said
that the volunteers need to keep themselves healthy to be ready for
the service of other. He emphasized the importance of cleanliness for
health. Linking it with the campaign of Clean India launched by our
Prime Minister Sh. Narender Modi, he said cleanliness has a key role
in health. Dr. Raj Singh, from department of orthopaedics, University
of Health Sciences, Rohtak gave tips for taking care of our bones and
joints. Dr. Harish Dureja, from department of Pharmaceutical Sciences
advised the volunteers against the use of drugs and substances. He
asked the volunteers to come forward in creating awareness among
masses against the menance of drugs and alcohol. Prof. Radhey Shyam
Programme Coordinator YRC also motivated the volunteers for keeping
themselves ready for the service of humanity.
25.
Health Checkup camp in Villages.
As per the resolution of YRC, MDU Rohtak, the district conveners were
asked to adopt a village near their college and organise health
screening/checkup camp. In this connection, a health checkup camp
was organized by Hindu College of Education Sonepat in Village
HullahHeri Sonepat on 2832016 a total of 132 villagers got
themselves checked up.
Another health checkup camp was organised by Saraswati Mahila
Mahavidyalya,Palwal at Village Kuslipur, Palwal on 532016 and a
total of 250 villagers got themselves checked up.
Pt. NRS Govt. College Rohtak organised health checkup camp at village
Baliana, Rohtak on 2312016. In this camp 350 villagers got
themselves checked up.
26.
Zone Level Meeting of Principal and Y.R.C. Counsellors.
To create awareness regarding Youth Red Cross, activities rules and
regulation of Y.R.C.at College Zone level Meetings were organised as
under:
S No.
Date of Meeting
Zone
Venue of Meeting
Under the Chairmanship
No. of Principals/CounsellorsParticipated
1
2712016
Palwal
Saraswati Mahila Mahavidyalya Palwal
Principal, Saraswati Mahila Mahavidyalya, Palwal
12
2
28112015
Rewari
K.L.P.College Rewari
Principal, K.L. P. College Rewari.
15
3
422016
Gurgaon
Govt. College Sec9 Gurgaon
Principal, Govt. College Sec9 Gurgaon
22
4
2292015
Sonepat
Hindu College of Education Sonepat
Principal, Hidhu College of Education, Sonepat
34
5
1992015
Jhajjar
Nehru G.C.Jhajjar
Principal, Nehru G.C.Jhajjar
20
6
2212015
M/garh
Govt. College Mohindergarh
Principal, G.C. Mohindergarh
15
7
2812016
Rohtak
Pt. N.R.S.Govt. College Rohtak
Principal, Pt. N.R.S. College Rtk.
16
8

Bhiwani
Govt. College Bhiwani


9

Mewat
Govt. College Nagina


10
2872016
Faridabad
27. Joint Meeting of Zonal / District Convener and Secretary District
Red Cross Societies.
To promote the Youth Red Cross activities in College and discuss the
various important matters. A joint meeting of Zonal/ District
Conveners and Secretary District Red Cross Society was convene on
2992015 at YRC office, M.D.U. Rohtak under the Chairmanship of Prof.
Radhey Shyam, Programme Coordinator, Youth Red Cross M.D.U. Rohtak.
The following District convener and Secretary were present in the said
meeting.
Sr.no.
Name of District
District/ Zonal Convener
Secretary District Red Cross Society
1
Bhiwani
Mrs. Yogita Representiv of Principal, Rajiv Gandhi Govt. College
Bhiwani
Sh. Ravinder Lohon, Secretary District Red Cross Society, Bhiwani
2
Rohtak
Dr. Ved Parkash Shoran , Principal, Pt. NRS Govt. College Rohtak
Sh. Devender Chahal, Secretary District Red Cross Society Rohtak
3
Faridabad
Dr. Satish Ahuja, Principal, D.A.V. Cent. College Faridabad
Sh. D.R. Sharma, Secretary District Red Cross Society, Faridabad.
4
Mewat
Dr. N.P. Singh, Principal, Govt. College Nagina, Mewat

5
Rewari
Dr. S.S. Yadav, Principal, K.L.P. College, Rewari,

6
Palwal

Sh. Bijender Sarot, Assistant Secretary District Red Cross Society
Palwal
7
Jhajjar

Sh. Ashwani Kumar, Representiv Secretary Distt. Red Cross, Society
Jhajjar
8
Gurugram


9
Mohindergarh

10
Sonepat

11
YRC, Office M.D.U. Rohtak
1. Prof. Radhey Shyam, Progrmme Coordinator,YRC,M.D.U . Rohtak
2. Sh. R.S. More, Field Coordinator YRC,M.D.U . Rohtak

Annexure IV
Activities Performed by Career Counselling and Placement Cell of the
University during 201516
4.9.2015:
The Career Counselling & Placement Cell organised a Campus Placement
Activity with the help of HCL Talent Care subsidiary of HCL
Corporation in UIET for B.Tech and MCA students.
3.11.2015
The Career Counselling & Placement Cell organised a Campus Placement
Activity with the help of IDBI Fedral from Delhi in IMSAR for MBA
students.
6.11.2015
The Career Counselling & Placement Cell organised a Campus Placement
Activity in UIET
24.11.2015
The Career Counselling & Placement Cell organised a Campus Placement
Activity with the help of Air Tel Chandigarh in IMSAR for Management
students.
26 & 27 .11.2015
The Career Counselling & Placement Cell organised a Campus Placement
Activity with the help of ICICI Prudential, Chandigarh in IMSAR
27.11.2015
The Career Counseling session on adventure tourism under the aegis of
Career Counseling and Placement Cell on27th November, 2015
28.11.2015
The Career Counselling & Placement Cell organised a Campus Placement
Activity with the help of Distv in IMSAR for the Management students
2.12.2015
The Career Counselling & Placement Cell organised a Campus Placement
Activity with the help of Allsoft Solution & Services for MCA
students.
8.2.2016
Consequent upon confirmation from the Academiaguru.com from HR office
Ajmer. The Career Counselling & Placement Cell has organised a Campus
Placement Activity in UIET for the students of MBA MCA and B.Tech.
12.3.2016
The Career Counseling and Placment cell has organised an Extension
Lecture for the students of IMSAR. The lecture delivered by Dr. Anjana
Bhattacharjee from Deptt. Of Psychology, Tripura University.
6.4.2016
The Career Counselling & Placement Cell organised a drive for
management Trainee (Projects) for the Management students
8.4.2016
The Career Counselling & Placement Cell organised a Campus Placement
Activity with the help AON hevitt Corporation Ltd for the student of
B.Tech and MCA.
21 & 22.4.2016
The Career Counselling & Placement Cell organised a Joint Campus
Placement drive in IMSAR for the final year Management students.
3.5.2016
The Career Counselling & Placement Cell organised a Campus Placement
Activity with the help of Nestle India from Delhi for the student of
B.Tech.
12.5.2016
IMSAR organised a Campus Placement Activity with the help of Lotte
India Corp. Ltd. in IMSAR for the Management students in the aegis of
Career Counselling & Placement Cell.
13 & 14.5.2016
IMSAR organised a Campus Placement Activity with the help of Gandhar
Solution Corp. Ltd., AXIX Bank, YES Bank and HDFC Bank in IMSAR for
the Management students in the aegis of Career Counselling & Placement
Cell.
18.5.2016
IMSAR organised a Campus Placement Activity with the help of NIIT
Delhi (ICICI Bank) and Karvy (off campus)in IMSAR for the Management
students in the aegis of Career Counselling & Placement Cell.
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