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CONTENTS Page No. Kulgeet Ÿdqyxhr½ 2 University of Rajasthan: An Overview 3-7 Dignitaries, Syndicate and Faculty Deans 8 Administration 9-11 Academic Calendar 13 List of Programmes 14-15 Ph.D./M.Phil. Programmes - Mode of Admission 16 PG Programmes - Eligibility/Mode of Admission 17-22 PG Programmes (Self Financing) - Eligibility/Mode of Admission 23-26 Five Year Integrated Programmes 27 Post PG Diploma Programmes - Eligibility/Mode of Admission 27 PG DiplomaProgrammes - Eligibility/Mode of Admission 28-29 PG Diploma Programmes (Self Financing) - Eligibility/Mode of Admission 30-31 Post Diploma Programmes - Eligibility/Mode of Admission 32 Diploma Programmes - Eligibility/Mode of Admission 32 UG Programmes- Eligibility/Mode of Admission 33-36 UG Programmes (Self Financing) - Eligibility/Mode of Admission 37 Certificate Programmes - Eligibility/Mode of Admission 38 Fee Schedule UG Programmes 39 Fee Schedule PG Programmes 40 Rules for exemption / Partial exemption from payment of tution and/ or other fees 41 Reservation Policy 42 Concession/ Weightage for purpose of Admission 43-46 Important Instructions 46 Rules for Admission Entrance Test 47-51 Faculty of Arts 52-57 Faculty of Commerce 58-60 Faculty of Education 61-62 Faculty of Engineering & Technology 63-64 Faculty of Fine Arts 65-67 Faculty of Law 68 Faculty of Management 69 Faculty of Science 70-81 Faculty of Social Sciences 82-89 University Commerce College 90-91 University Five Year Law College 92 University Law College 93-95 University Law College Centre-II 96 University Maharaja College 97-98 University Maharani College 99-103 University Rajasthan College 104-105 University Central Library 106 University Hostels 106-107 Rajasthan University Network (Infonet Centre) 107 University Health Centre 109 Dean, Students' Welfare & International Students' Advisor 109 Students' Advisory Bureau 109 Academic Staff College 110 University Sports Board 110 National Service Scheme & National Cadet Corps 111 University Science Instrumentation Centre 112 Proctorial Board 112 Anti Ragging Committee 112 Complaint Committee for Prevention of Sexual Harassment of Women at Work Place 112 Admission Schedule 112 1


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The University of Rajasthan a multi-faculty University, recognized since its inception under sections 2f and 12B of U.G.C. Act, is the oldest institution of higher learning in Rajasthan. It was established on 8th of January, 1947, as the University of Rajputana with the main objectives of disseminating knowledge and catering to the needs of higher education of the students of Rajasthan. The location of the University is Urban and its Central Campus is spread over 286 acres. The satellite campus, comprising the Constituent Colleges, is spread over 150 acres. In the beginning the University's jurisdiction encompassed the entire state. In the year 1956, the Rajputana University was renamed as the University of Rajasthan, keeping intact its enveloping jurisdiction. With the creation of other Universities, its affiliating jurisdiction was modified in geographical terms. However it has today 1044 UG and PG Colleges affiliated to it. The University is still the hub of Higher Education in Rajasthan and attracts students from all over Rajasthan and other parts of India and also from abroad. The University believes that in its journey of 64 years it has brought about a transformation in Higher Education in Rajasthan and the country at large. Some of the distinctive features of the University are:  9 Faculties, 37 Departments and 18 Centres  1044 affiliating Colleges spread in seven districts of Rajasthan; more than 9 lac examinees (including more than 4 lac non-collegiate students)  accorded UPE status under XI Plan  four of the six constituent Colleges accorded CPE status  Three PG Departments (Chemistry, Zoology, Philosophy) have been sanctioned UGC Centre for Advanced Studies status, Department of Physics and Economics have been sanctioned DSA Programme and five Departments (Botany, Geology, Mathematics, Sociology and Home Science) have been sanctioned DRS Programmes.  As per DST evaluation based on H-factor of the research publications in Science, the University ranks 13th at the national level; in view of this standing DST sanctioned its prestigious PURSE Program to the University.  Seven of the Science Departments have been sanctioned DST-FIST programmes.  Faculty members receive research funding through research projects sanctioned by different agencies like UGC, DST, BRNS, CSIR, ICMR, ICSSR, ICHR and ICAR. In the last five years more than 80 individual Research Projects have been in operation with an outlay of about Rs. 15 Crores.  In the last 5 years, more than 2400 Research Papers have been published in refereed Journals. More than 500 books have been authored by the Faculty members in this period.  Faculty participates in prestigious International Collaborations such as large hadron collider at CERN (Geneva), nuclear reactor at Dubna (Russia), Synchrotron radiation sources in Italy and Chicago, nano-particle based drug delivery research in Roswell Park Cancer Institute, State

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University of New York, Buffalo etc. Hon'ble Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh gave recognition to this fact in his address at the 91st Indian National Science Congress in Bhubaneshwar, in which he said “The University of Rajasthan leads among the top 50 Indian scientific institutions in citations per paper under international collaboration”. Faculty members have established International linkages and undertake collaborative programmes with research Institutes and Universities from countries such as USA, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Australia, Canada, Japan, UK, Norway, Sweden, Brazil, Russia, Mexico, Finland and France. At the national level, faculty members have been using National facilities such as neutron reactor at BARC in Mumbai; particle accelerators at IUAC in New Delhi and VECC in Kolkata; synchrotron radiation source in CAT, Indore; facilities at TIFR in Mumbai, IGCAR in Chennai, UGC-DAE CSR in Indore, Mumbai and Kolkata, CDRI in Lucknow, IUAAC in Pune, AIIMS in New Delhi and NPL in New Delhi. Centre for Development of Physics Education has earned national and international recognition for developing innovative experiments for Physics Laboratories at UG and PG levels. Some of the other notable study Centres are: Centre for Human Ecology, Environmental and Population Studies, Centre for Non-conventional Energy resources, Centre for Water management and research, Social Science Research Centre, South Asia Studies Centre, Centre for Study of Social Exclusion & Inclusive Policy, Centre for Women's Studies, Centre for Mass Communication and Journalism University has set up a Centre for Converging Technologies which offers five years integrated M.Tech. degree in the streams of nano-, bio-, info- and cognotechnology. This Centre is the first of its kind in the country. Semester pattern and CGPA grading system has been introduced at PG level in all the University Departments. Admission to Ph.D. programme is through an entrance test; semester course work has been made mandatory as part of Ph.D./M.Phil. Programme. A large number of students at both the graduate and postgraduate levels belong to marginalized categories from rural areas. More than 39% of the students on the campus comprise women students. More than 15% of the students belong to SC category, more than 14% to ST category and more than 29% to OBC category. Pass-outs from the PG Departments have been joining prestigious institutes like BARC, TIFR, PRL, NPL, DRDO, CDRI, IITs, IUAC, IUCAA, UGC-DAE CSR, NPL, NCL, ICS and RAS. The University has a vibrant Academic Staff College ranked amongst the top ten ASC's in the country UGC INFONET Centre; National Knowledge Network, ERNET PoP, Grid Computing facility in the campus University Website, Mail Server, Student Portal, Archive Server designed / customized and maintained by the University. INFLIBNET and other ICT facilities available on Campus wide area network through Infonet Centre. More than 6500 e-journals access available through UGCINFLIBNET. Wi-Fi facility in the main campus. 3

OVERVIEW

UNIVERSITY OF RAJASTHAN: AN OVERVIEW


OVERVIEW

VISION

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MISSION  Promotion of excellence in education and research by inculcating independent critical thought and scientific temper.  Promotion of interdisciplinary research on convergence of science and technologies.  Pursuit of high quality research pertaining to economy, social development, languages, arts, culture, energy and environment.  Establishment and expansion of academic links and research collaborations with national and international institutions.  Creation and strengthening of infrastructure for global competence.  Critical analysis of existing social hierarchies and construction of new models of sustainable development, equity and gender justice.  Preparing students for careers in sciences, humanities, commerce, management, fine arts and sports.

The Goals and Objectives Excellence in Education  To create, preserve & disseminate knowledge.  To impart higher education with quality and social relevance.  To inculcate amongst students a sense of discipline and dedication. Promotion of high quality research in diverse field  Priorities on studies of frontier problems c o n c e r n i n g n a t i o n a l e c o n o m y, s o c i a l development, Scientific growth and defence.  Emphasis on interdisciplinary research.  Academic links and scientific cooperation with national and international institutions.  Creation and strengthening of infrastructure through R&D projects. Aims of Teaching  To develop an understanding of skills in various modes of inquiry and of critical thinking and problem solving.  To provide supportive environment.  To develop and demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of the rich complexity of human experience in terms of both its convergence and divergence. To achieve the goals and objectives of the University the major considerations addressed are as follows: Intellectual  By facilitating production of intellectual capital and property in terms of research output, 24

publications, applied research, transfer of knowledge, skills, strategies and technology from laboratory to land in the field of Science & Technology, Social Sciences, Arts, Fine Arts, Commerce and Management, Law and Education.  Through quality higher education to students by offering relevant courses and programmes facilitating the creation of knowledge capital, knowledgeable and skilled human resource to accept the social and scientific challenges and responsibility at regional, national and global level. Academic  Establishment of 9 Faculties Arts, Commerce, Education, Engineering & Technology,Fine Arts, Law, Management, Science and Social Science.  Courses offered (UG, PG, M. Phil. Ph.D., Certificate, PG Diploma, Diploma), specialized research centres as well as inter disciplinary courses in all the faculties at University main campus, constituent and affiliated colleges ensuring their relevance, utility and purpose. Training and Self Development  Organisation of orientation / refresher courses, workshops on curriculum development, examination reforms, quality initiatives, and management issues.  Deputation of teachers, non-teaching staff and students for personality development and capacity building programmes.  Short term training programmes to non-teaching staff on education administration, computerisation, and examination methods.  Arranging public lectures and inviting Visiting professors to interact with students and faculty. Access and Equity  Provision for reservation to all the disadvantaged groups SC, ST, OBC,SBC differently abled groups as per Government rules. Community and National Development, Environment and Value Orientation  Provisions for NSS, Department of Life Long Learning, Centre for Development of Physics Education Environmental Studies and Departmental forums for community development and extension activities.  NSS & NCC subject forums at college level.  Inculcation of the practice for sustainable development  Value orientation through NSS, NCC, Student Welfare Progrramme, public lectures, Memorial Lectures and workshops.  Liaison with Non Government Organizations, Government Organisations, National and International Organizations for Scientific, community and national development projects and programmes. ICT Introduction  Provision of computer education at undergraduate level, Internet, usage of ICT tools in teaching learning and evaluation.  Provision for ICT related and oriented courses M. Tech., MCA, M.Sc. (IT), PGDCA, BCA, and sensitization and awareness programmes for other disciplines.


The University aims to impart higher education with quality and social relevance. It provides academic and research facilities in various streams to the students studying in University Departments, university Constituent Colleges and Affiliated Colleges/Institutions. University of Rajasthan offers 41 Ph.D. Programmes, 24 M.Phil programmes, 54 Masters degree programmes, and 14 Bachelors degree programmes. Besides focusing on dissemination of knowledge and search for excellence in teaching and research, the University prepares the students as good future citizens and endeavors to inculcate amongst them a sense of discipline and dedication. The University is transforming its curricular activities keeping in view the recent trends of development. The University generates cost effective resources to achieve financial self-sufficiency. Self financing courses are offered both at U.G. and P.G. level. Being both teaching and affiliating University, it ensures equitable distribution of facilities for higher education in different parts of the state under its jurisdiction. The University encourages its teachers to undertake research activities and gives financial support to attend seminars and workshops. Financial grants are also given for Organizing Conferences. Interdisciplinary approach and collaborative research are being encouraged to achieve excellence in education.

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 Training in both basics and advanced skills in computer usage and applications.  Computerisation of library, examination work and database management.  University Website.  INFLIBNET and other ICT facilities are available on Campus wide area network through Infonet Centre.  Emphasis on Open Source Technology for application development.  Computer Labs and Research Centres and provision of computers to all sections of administration and academics. Global Demand  Offering globally relevant PG and research courses. e.g. Computer Science, M a n a g e m e n t , B i o t e c h n o l o g y, Microbiology, Converging Technologies, Water Resource Management, Social Sciences, Women's Studies, Social Work, Arts, Geo-Informatics, Mineral Processing, Instrumentation Technology, Material Science, Industrial & Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Journalism.  Provision for training and development on practical skills and human resource skills leading to global competencies.

The Teaching Units The University of Rajasthan consists of the following components: (a) Constituent Colleges (b) Post-graduate Teaching Departments (c) Research Centres (a) Constituent Colleges Undergraduate teaching is imparted in the 6 constituent colleges of the University, by the teaching faculty appointed in the University Post Graduate Departments: (i) University Commerce college (Commerce Faculty) (ii) University Law College (Law Faculty) (iii) University Evening Law College (Law Faculty) (iv) University Maharani college (Multi-faculty College for Women) (v) University Maharaja College (Science Faculty) (vi) University Rajasthan College (Arts and Social Sciences) Looking to the needs and demands of students, the University started evening courses at Rajasthan College and Commerce College on self-financing basis. All the constituent colleges provide library and sports facilities and motivate the students to join NCC and NSS programmes. Besides these, the colleges organize seminars, workshops, lectures and discussions to strengthen academic inputs. (b) The P.G. Teaching Departments 37 P.G. Teaching Departments are in existence in Faculties of Arts, Science, Social Science, Commerce, Law, Management, Fine Arts, Education and Library Science. Admissions to the P.G. Courses offered are based on entrance tests and merit. Some of the P.G. Departments run need-based self-financing courses also. Many eminent scholars have been teachers at the P.G. Departments. The well-known personalities include: Professors Raja Chelliah, Raj Krishna, L.S. Ramaswami, C.V. Subramaniam, M.V. Mathur, P.N. Srivastava, R.K. Kaul, R.C. Mehrotra, Yogendra Singh, G. Ranganathan, Satish Chandra, Dayakrishna, Om Prakash, Iqbal Narain, G.C. Pande, B.L.Saraf, S.Loknathan, S.P.Verma, C.P.Bhambhri, V. R. Mehta, Y.K.Alagh, C.Rangarajan etc. Research support and Special Assistance have been made available to some departments by the UGC. A couple of departments are actively engaged in innovative research, and they are recognized for the FIST, COSIST and DST DAAD programmes of the University Grants Commission and the DST. The researches done by the faculty members have been in evidence by publications of articles in reputed journals. Some teachers have been honoured with international and national awards and citations. Depending upon the disciplinary advancement needs of the students and the demands of society, syllabi have been reviewed from time to time. The process of globalization has also prompted formulation of new courses and this may go a long way in providing jobs to the students. Some of the new courses are as follows: 5


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(vi) Management (vii) Social Work (viii) Engineering Physics (ix) International Business (x)

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(xi) European Studies The under-graduate courses are: (i) Computer Applications (ii) Business Administration (iii) Fine Arts (iv) Music (v) Library & Information Science (vi) Physical Education The Five Year Integrated courses are: (i) Dual Degree B.Tech-M.Tech in converging Technologies (ii) B.A. L.L.B. Hons. (c) Research Centres The University also provides opportunities to the deserving students and teachers to undertake research in the fields of their specialization. For this purpose, Research Centres were established. These research Centres have strengthened research, and some of them offer M. Phil Programmes of study. The following Centres are in existence: 1.

Centre for Jain Studies

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Centre for Converging Technologies

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Centre for Computer Science & Information Technologies

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Centre for Development of Physics Education

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Centre for Non-Conventional Energy Resources

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Centre for Water Management & Research

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Indira Gandhi Centre for Human Ecology, Environmental and Population Studies

15. Centre for Nehru Studies

The Support Services in the University To strengthen teaching and research, support services are being provided by the University. The University has one of the best university libraries in India. It has nearly 3.33 lakh books, hundreds of journals, microfilms, and magnificent archival documents. Photostating and internet access are also made available at the library. The library also provides inter-library loan facility to its members. The University has a modern Sports Complex. It has also a swimming pool, which has been a venue of many National Swimming Meets. The University has always accorded a high priority to games and sports. Facilities for all major indoor and outdoor games are available at the Constituent Colleges as well. Fully developed indoor stadium along with a yoga centre are the unique attractions of the Sports Complex. Besides this, the Department of Physical Education has started a postgraduate diploma and a masters' programme in Physical Education. The University provides Allopathic, Ayurvedic, and Homeopathic facilities at its Health Centre. Medicines are provided free of cost. Health checkups are arranged from time to time. Blood donation camps are also organized. Consultation is also available to the outsiders. A Students Advisory Bureau exists since 1962 with the motto: "We do not believe in framing the future for next generation, rather we wish to frame the next generation for the future." Residential accommodation is provided to the teachers and the Students. The university has 18 hostels, 10 for boys, 8 for girls. The University is going to construct two hostels one for SC girls and other for SC boys with 45% assistance from the ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment with a cost of Rs. 5 crores. Besides hostels, there are Teachers Hostel, Working Women Hostel and faculty residences located at the main campus. Some residences are for the non-teaching employees as well. The University has an ecofriendly environment. The nursery-cum-garden office of the university looks after lawns and parks. The university has nursery which has some rare plants and shrubs. In order to stimulate and coordinate various activities of the students the Dean of Students' Welfare is provided grants and facilities. The Dean, Students Welfare, is also Advisor of International Students. The University has also an Academic Staff College which was set-up by the UGC in 1988 for an overall development of young university and college

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To provide financial assistance to the needy students, a University Corpus Fund has been created. To ameliorate the grievance of every strata of University Community a standing mechanism has been evolved wherein three separate Grievance Committees function on a continuing basis. The University of Rajasthan has been striving with fullest commitment to uphold the Hand Book

Goals for XII Plan In addition to strengthening the existing Departments, in the XII Plan period, the University plans to set up new Departments in Human Rights, Defence Studies, Computer Science, Banking and Finance, Tourism and Hotel Management and a Department of Theatre and Film. New PG courses planned within the existing departments are in Material Sciences, Green Chemistry and Social Science. The University plans to set up a Science Museum, Community Radio, Diaspora Centre, a Culture Repository Centre, a Women's Artifacts Museum and a Commerce Lab, and upgrade and digitize the existing Herbarium

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University Service and Instrumentation Centre is also functioning. The Centre has an adequate workshop under its control with facilities for mechanical (Lathe machines, Milling Machines etc.), glass blowing, electronics, welding, and gas filling shops and an analytical instrument sections. The Centre houses costly instruments such as (1) Semiautomatic X-Ray Diffractometer DIANO (USA) make, (2) Phillips Liquid Nitrogen Plant with 6 liter per hour capacity. The University has established a UGC Infonet Centre which coordinates all the activity of UGC Infonet Project at University of Rajasthan end. The centre will further distribute and maintain the internet connectivity over Campus Wide Area Network making it available to constituent colleges, teaching departments, research Centres, and administrative units. The Centre maintains and host University Website and Mail-server. The Centre will also coordinate and maintain Intranet of University when it comes up. The University has a Press. It looks after the publication needs of the university. It is being modernized with assistance from UGC during the tenth plan. The Guest House of the university is well maintained. It is the pride of the University. Recently it has been expanded with seven additional rooms.

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The University Press looks after the printing requirements of the University. During the Xth Plan, it was being modernized.

teachers. The ASC organizes Refresher and Orientation Programmes. The Refresher Courses are interdisciplinary as well as discipline-specific, whereas the Orientation Programmes are interdisciplinary. The later aims to enhance overall intellectual worth of the teacher. The ASC is ranked one of the first ten best Academic Staff Colleges of India.

Healthy Practices in the University Strict adherence is observed to the Academic Calendar formulated for each year by the Academic Council National and International Seminars, Lectures and Workshops are regularly organized and faculty members are given all possible financial and academic backup to participate in such events at both the National and International levels. Eminent Scholars come to the University as visiting faculty. Statutory bodies like the Senate, the Syndicate, the Academic Council, the Faculties, the Research Board, the Boards of Studies are regular in their meetings and are vibrant and vigilant in their deliberations. The University examination system is now fully computerised. The results of the entrance examinations are declared within twenty four hours. 7


DIGNITARIES OF UNIVERSITY

DIGNITARIES OF UNIVERSITY VISITOR Smt. Pratibha Devi Singh Patil H.E. the President of India CHANCELLOR Smt. Margaret Alva H.E. the Governor of Rajasthan VICE-CHANCELLOR Prof. B. L. Sharma THE SYNDICATE Prof. B.L. Sharma Prof. Som Deo Prof. Mridul Srivastava Prof. D.P. Jaroli Prof. P.R. Sharma Shri Sudhir Verma Dr. Chhanga Ram Meena Dr. K. B. Sharma Commissioner, College Education Prof. Satish Rai Dr. N. K. Vyas Dr. Inakshi Chaturvedi Registrar

Chairman Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Membe Member Ex-officio Secretary

FACULTY DEANS Prof. Vinod Kumar Sharma

Faculty of Arts

Prof. Som Deo

Faculty of Commerce

Prof. B.S. Rathore

Faculty of Education

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Faculty of Engineering & Technology

Prof. Suman Yadav

Faculty of Fine Arts

Prof. Mridul Srivastava

Faculty of Law

Prof. Harsh Dwivedi

Faculty of Management

Prof. B. K. Srivastava

Faculty of Science

Prof. Damyanti Gupta

Faculty of Social Sciences


ADMINISTRATION

Administration Registrar Shri Nishkam Diwaker

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Comptroller of Finance and Financial Advisor Shri Deo Karan Singh

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Addl. Registrar Dr. N. N. Gupta (Offg.)

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Controller of Examination Dr. P.L. Raigar (Offg.)

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Dy. Registrar, Plan & Project Dr. Neelu Mahajan

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Dy. Registrar, Secrecy-I Dr. A.K. Sharma

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Dy. Registrar, Estt-I & II Vipin Sarolia (Offg.)

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Dy. Registrar, A & F Dr. V.N. Indoria (Offg.)

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Vice-Chancellor's Secretariate Adm. Secy. to VC Prof. T.N. Mathur Dr. Rajesh K. Sharma PS to Vice-Chancellor Dr. P. Kumawat PS to Vice-Chancellor Shri A.D. Pareek Sr. PA to Vice-Chancellor Shri N. Sateeshan Stenographer Shri Amit Sharma

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Hony. Directors P.G. School of Humanities Prof. N. K. Pandey P.G. School of Commerce Prof. J. P. N. Sharma P.G. School of Life Sciences Prof. P. K. Goyal P.G. School of Physical Sciences Prof. Anjali Krishnamurthy P.G. School of Social Sciences Prof. Rajiv Gupta

Heads of Departments Faculty of Arts Department of English Prof. Joya Chakravarty Department of European Lang. Lit. and Cultural Studies Prof. Asha Pande Department of Hindi Prof. Nand Kishore Pandey

Department of Philosophy Prof. Yogesh Gupta Department of Sanskrit Prof. Vinod Kumar Sharma Department of Urdu & Persian Dr. Abida Afridi Faculty of Commerce Department of Accountancy and Business Statistics Prof. S. S. Modi Department of Business Administration Prof. R. K. Kothari Department of Eco. Adm. and Financial Mgmt. Prof. J. P. Sharma

Faculty of Education Department of Education Prof. Rita Arora Department of Library & Information Sciences Dr. Dalbir Singh Department of Physical Education Prof. B.S. Rathore

Faculty of Fine Arts Department of Dramatics Dr. Archana Srivastava Department of Drawing & Painting Dr. Beena Jain Department of Visual Arts Sh. Subroto Mandal Department of Music Prof. Ansuya Pathak

Faculty of Law Department of Law Prof. Mridul Srivastava Faculty of Science Department of Botany Prof. Tribhuwan Singh Department of Chemistry Prof. R. V. Singh Department of Geography Prof. R. N. Mishra Department of Geology Prof. Salil Agarwal Department of Home Science Prof. Meena Mathur Department of Mathematics Prof. P. R. Sharma Department of Physics Prof. Kanan Bala Sharma Department of Psychology Dr. Manika Mohan Department of Statistics Prof. Amita Sharma Department of Zoology Prof. N. P. Singh 9


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Faculty of Social Science Department of Anthropology Dr. Kumud Sharma Department of Economics Prof. Alpana Kateja Department of History & Indian Culture Prof. R. S. Meena Department of Political Science Prof. Damyanti Gupta Department of Public Administration Prof. Deepak Bhatnagar Department of Sociology Prof. Rajiv Gupta Directors of Centres Faculty of Arts Centre for Jain Studies Prof. Anil Jain Centre for Jyotirvigyan Prof. Vinod Kumar Sharma Faculty of Education Department of Life Long Learning Prof. Shashi Sahay Faculty of Engineering & Technology Centre for Converging Technologies Director Prof. Ashok K. Nagawat Additional Directors Prof. Kailash Agarwal (Academic) Prof. Suresh Joshi (Research) Joint Directors Prof. Deepak Bhatnagar (Admin.) Dr. K. V. R. Rao (Nano.) Dr. Vidya Patni (Bio.) Dr. Shailendra Kumar Gupta (Info.) Dr. Madan Lowry(Cogno.) Faculty of Management R. A. Podar Institute of Management Prof. Harsh Dwivedi Faculty of Science Centre for Computer Sc. & Information Technology Prof. R. N. Jat Centre for Development of Physics Education Prof. Y. K. Vijay Centre for Non-Conventional Energy Resources Prof. Prabha Dashora Centre for Water Management & Research Prof. A. K. Sinha

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Indira Gandhi Centre for Human Ecology, Environment & Population Studies Prof. D. P. Jaroli Faculty of Social Science Centre for Ambedker Studies Dr. Prahalad Rai Centre for Budhist Studies Prof. R. S. Meena Centre for Gandhian Studies Prof. Vidhya Jain Centre for the study of Local Self Government Prof. Deepak Bhatnagar Centre for Mass Communication Prof. Sanjeev Bhanawat Centre for Museology and Conservation Director Prof. Vibha Upadhyaya Deputy Director Dr. R. K. Sharma Centre for Nehru Studies Dr. Rajesh Sharma Centre for Rajasthan Studies Prof. Krishan Gopal Sharma Centre for the Study of Social Exclusion & Inclusion Policy

Centre for Women Studies Dr. Mini Nanda Social Science Research Centre Prof. S. L. Sharma South Asia Study Centre Prof. B. C. Upreti Principals & Vice-Principals of Constituent Colleges University Commerce College Principal Prof. N. K. Kumbhat Vice-Principal Prof. J.P.N. Sharma Prof. J.P. Yadav Dr. B.L. Gupta Dr. R.S. Sharma Five Year Law College Director Prof. Mridul Srivastava Joint Director Dr. Mahesh Koolwal

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Principal Dr. B. D. Rawat Vice-Principal Dr. (Mrs.) M. Shastri Dr. Prahlad Rai Dr. H.M. Mittal

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University Law College-II Principal Dr. S. P. S. Shekhawat Vice-Principal Dr. Manju Koolwal

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University Maharaja College Principal Prof. P. R. Sharma Vice-Principal Prof. D. C. Jain Prof. R. N. Jat Prof. S. C. Joshi Dr. C. P. S. Chandel

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University Maharani College Principal Prof. Anjali Krishnamurthy Vice-Principal Prof. J.D.Sharma Dr. R.D. Agrawal Dr. C.P. Jain Dr. Tanuja Mathur

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University Rajasthan College Principal Prof. B. C. Upreti Vice-Principal Prof. Vipin Tayal Dr. S.C. Sharma Dr. M.K. Jain Dr. Naresh Malik

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Other Functionaries Academic Staff College Director Prof. Som Deo Deputy Director Dr. Alka Sharma APTC Director Prof. M. C. Sharma Central Library Director, Prof. Sudha Rai Deputy Librarian Prabha Sharma M.K.Srivastava Assistant Librarian Nandini Khattar Narendra Kumar Sharma

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ADMINISTRATION

University Law College

Chief Warden Boys Prof. R. L. Godara 2709165 Girls Prof. J. D. Sharma 2709165 Gokhale Hostel Prof. P. R. Sharma Annie Besant Hostel Prof. Anjali Krishanmurthy College Development Council Coordinator Prof. T.N. Mathur 2710580 Dean Student Welfare & International Student Advisor Prof. R. V. Singh 2710497 Associate Deans Dr. Rama Prasad Dr. D.K. Sharma Dr. Ramveer Singh Garden Office Incharge Dr. R.D. Agarwal 2711070-2308 Hostel Wardens Ambedker Hostel Dr. Rameshwar Lal Jat Aravali Hostel Dr. S. S. Chouhan D. B. N. Hostel Dr. Mahesh Sharma H. J. Bhabha Hostel Dr. Rajesh Kumar J. C. Bose Hostel Prof. R. L. Godara C. V. Raman Hostel Dr. Rajesh Kumar Sharma W. U. S. Hostel Dr. A. V. Singh Savitri Phule Hostel Prof. Vandana Kalla Kasturba Hostel Prof. Vandana Kalla Laxmi Bai Hostel Dr. Mamta Jain Meera Hostel Dr. Darshan Kaur Narang Malviya Hostel Dr. Mithlesh Agarwal Mahi Hostel Dr. Mamta Jain Gokhale Hostel Dr. H. S. Palsania Vivekanand Hostel Dr. J. P. Jat Maharan Pratap Hostel Dr. M. L. Sharma Annie Beseant Hostel Dr. Vineeta Sarin Mother Teresa Hostel Dr. Vineeta Sarin Infonet Centre Director Prof. Ashok K. Nagawat 2703559 Deputy Director Dr. Shailendra Kumar Gupta 2703559 11


ADMINISTRATION

Internal Quality Assurance Cell Coordinator Prof. T.N. Mathur 2710580 Medical Officer Allopathic Dr. Shyam Mittal (MD) Dr. Aruna Sogani (M.S.) Lady Doctor Homeopath Dr. Sheenu Gupta Ayurved Dr. R.R. Bhardwaj Associate NCC Officers University Commerce College 1 Raj Armd Sqdn NCC Prof. Ratan Lal Godara 1 Raj Bn NCC Prof. J.P. Yadav 3 Raj Naval NCC Dr. Ashok Agarwal University Maharaja's College 1 Raj BN NCC Dr. Ramavtar Sharma University Maharani's College 1 Raj Girls Bn NCC Dr. Krishna Gupta University Rajasthan College 1 Raj Armed Sqdn NCC Dr. Rajesh Kr. Sharma 1 Raj Air Sqdn NCC Dr. D.S. Chouhan 3 Raj Naval NCC Dr. Rameshwar Jat 7 Raj(I) Coy NCC Prof. M.S. Chundawat National Service Scheme Coordinator Prof. Shyam Gopal Sharma Proctorial Board Chief Proctor Prof. R. L. Godara 2711139 Additional Chief Proctor Prof. Jaimala Sharma 9829321507 Associate Proctors Dr. H. S. Palsania Dr. Prabha Verma Dr. R.A Sharma Dr. R.N. Sharma Dr. S.C. Sharma Public Relation Officer Shri B.S. Shekhawat 2708614 Sports Board Secretary Prof. M. S. Chundawat Student's Advisory Bureau Director Dr. Deepak Saxena University Engineers Er. N. K. Sethi, Ex. En. 2710548 Er. Satish Sharma, A. En. 2710548 Er. V. K. Gupta, A. En. 2710548 Er. Desh Raj, J. En. 2710548 Er. Vinay Kumar, J. En. 2710548 University Guest House Manager Dr. K.C. Sharma 2711497

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University Press Incharge A.K. Sharma University Science & Instrumentation Centre Director Prof. B. K. Srivastava Deputy Director Prof. Y. K. Vijay Anti Ragging Committee Vice-Chancellor Chairman Prof. R. V. Singh Member 2707863(O) Prof. J. D. Sharma Member 2709165(O) Dr. Rajesh Kr. Sharma Member 2706470(O) Dr.S.P.S. Shekhawat Member 2704882(O) Sh. Nishkam Diwakar Member 2706813(O) Sh. N. L. Meena Member Sh. Anshuman S. Khagarot Member 9461973839 Member Sh. Akshit Baz 9950969793 Member Sh. A. K. Sharma 2705883 Member Secretary 2711139 Prof. R. L. Godara Committee for prevention of Sexual Harresment of Women at Work Place Dr. Mini Nanda Convener 9828399567 Prof.Santosh Gupta Member 9799999240 Prof. Damyanti Gupta Member 9414064313 Prof. Mridul Srivastava Member 9829068389 Prof. B.K. Srivastava Member 9829058915 Prof. Rajiv Gupta Member 9414053641 Prof. Beena Agarwal Member 9414442037 Prof.J.D. Sharma Member 9414644047 Dr. Mamta Jaitly Member Dr. Neelu Mahajan Member 9166873386 Ms. Prerna Puri Member 2360553 Counselling Cell for Women Dr. Mini Nanda Convener 9828399567 Prof. J. D. Sharma Member 9414644047 Dr. Nidhi Singh Member 9414446585 Ms. Prerna Puri Member 2360553


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LIST OF PROGRAMMES

ikB~;Ă˜e&lwph LIST OF PROGRAMMES Ph.D. Programme ABST Anthropology Bus. Adm. Botany Chemistry Computer Science & Info. Technology Converging Technology Dramatics Drawing & Painting EAFM Economics Education English (Lit. & Lang.) European Languages (ELLCS) Geography Geology Hindi History & Indian Culture Home Science Human Ecology, Envir. & Population Studies Jain Studies Law Library & Information Science Management Mass Communication Mathematics Museology Music Non-Conventional Energy Resources Philosophy Physics Physical Education Political Science Psychology Public Administration Sanskrit Sociology South Asia Studies Statistics Urdu & Persian Zoology

M.Phil. Programme ABST Bus. Adm. EAFM Economics Energy English Language Teaching English Literature Gandhian Studies Geography Hindi History Jain Studies Mathematics Philosophy Physical Education Physics Political Science Psychology 14

M.Phil Programme Public Administration Sanskrit Sociology South Asia Studies Statistics Urdu & Persian

Masters' Programme ABST Anthropology Biotechnology Botany Business Administration Chemistry Computer Application Converging Technologies Cost Control & Accounts Dramatics Drawing & Painting EAFM Economics Education English Engineering Physics Environment Science European Studies Finance & Control French Geography Geology Hindi History Home Science Human Resource Management Information Technology International Business Journalism & Mass Communication Library & Information Science LL.M. LL.M. (Human Rights & Value Education) Mathematics MBA MBA Services MBA Executive Microbiology Music Vocal/Instrumental Museology & Conservation Master of Music (M. Mus.Vocal/Instr.) Philosophy Physical Education Physics Political Science Psychology Public Administration Rajasthani Language, Literature & Culture Sanskrit Sociology Social Work Statistics Urdu & Persian Visual Arts Zoology


B.A. (Hons.) B.A. (Pass) B.A.,LL.B. (Hons.) Five Year Integrated Course B.B.A. B.C.A. B.Com. (Hons.) B.Com. B.Sc. (Hons.) B.Sc. B.Sc. (Home Science) B.Mus. Performing Arts (Music Vocal/Instrum.) Library & Information Science LL.B. Physical Education Visual Arts (Applied) Visual Arts (Painting) Visual Arts (Sculpture)

P.G. Diploma Programme Banking & Finance Computer Applications Computer Accounting & Auditing Co-operation Cost & Works Accountancy Criminology Development & Investment Banking Dramatics Energy Studies Environmental Law Environmental Studies European Studies Financial Analysis & Control French German Heritage Human Ecology Indian Culture Jain Studies Labour Laws Persian Population Ecology

LIST OF PROGRAMMES

Undergraduate Programme

Project Planning & Infrastructure Mangt. Remote Sensing Small Scale & Agro Industries Spanish Tax Practice (ABST) Taxation Vastu Shastra Water Resources Management Yoga Education

Certificate Programme French German Jyotish Bhushan Jyotish Pragya Jain Darshan & Sanskriti Medical Astrology Persian Spanish Steno-Typing (Hind/English) Urdu Yoga Education

Add-On (Vocational) Programme Bio-Technology Communicative Skills in English Computer Applications Fashion Designing Foreign Trade : Practice & Procedure Functional English Microbiology Office Management & Secretarial Pract. Personality Development Principle & Practices in Banking Insurance Tax Procedure & Practice Textile Designing Tourism Travel & Tourism Development

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LIST OF PROGRAMMES

Ph.D. Programme S. No.

Programme

Faculty of Arts 1. English (Lit. & Lang.) 2. European Languages (ELLCS) 3. Hindi 4. Jain Studies 5. Philosophy 6. Sanskrit 7. Urdu & Persian Faculty of Commerce 8. ABST 9. Bus. Adm. 10. EAFM Faculty of Education 11. Education 12. Library & Information Science 13. Physical Education Faculty of Engineering & Technology 14. Converging Technology Faculty of Fine Arts 15. Dramatics 16. Drawing & Painting 17. Music Faculty of Law 18. Law Faculty of Management 19. Management Faculty of Science 20. Botany 21. Chemistry 22. Computer Science & Info. Technology 23. Geography 24. Geology 25. Home Science 26. Human Ecology, Envir. & Population Studies 27. Mathematics 28. Non-Conventional Energy Resources 29. Physics 30. Psychology 31. Statistics 32. Zoology Faculty of Social Science 33. Anthropology 34. Economics 35. History & Indian Culture 36. Mass Communication

M.Phil. Programme S. No.

Programme

Faculty of Arts 1. English Language Teaching 2. English Literature 3. Hindi 4. Philosophy 5. Sanskrit 6. Urdu & Persian 7. Jain Studies Faculty of Commerce 8. ABST 9. Bus. Adm. 10. EAFM Faculty of Education 11. Physical Education Faculty of Science 12. Energy 13. Geography 14. Mathematics 15. Physics 16. Psychology 17. Statistics Faculty of Social Science 18. Economics 19. Gandhian Studies 20. History 21. Political Science 22. Public Administration 23. Sociology 24. South Asia Studies

Note: Admission to the M.Phil./Ph.D. Programmes shall be only through UNIRAJMPAT test as and when conducted, A separate notification shall be issued for the purpose.For more details contact concerned Department/Centre/Institute 16


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M. A. (Urdu)

M. A. (Sanskrit)

M. A. (Philosophy)

M. A. (Hindi)

M. A. (French)

M. A. (English)

Faculty of Arts

Course Name

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) with at least 48% in the aggregate or 55% marks in the subject of postgraduation or B.Sc., B.Sc. (Nursing), B.Sc. (Home Sc.) , B.Sc. (Agriculture), B.Ed., B.Com., Shastri, M.B.B.S., B.A.M.S., B.U.M.S., B.H.M.S., B.P.Ed. (Bachelor of Physical Education) with at least 55% marks in the aggregate. Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) with French as an option from any recognized University in India. Graduation in any faculty with minimum 45% marks with Post-Diploma in French or (B-1) from any Alliance Franscaise. Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) with at least 48% in the aggregate or 55% marks in the subject of postgraduation or B.Sc., B.Sc. (Nursing), B.Sc. (Home Sc.) , B.Sc. (Agriculture), B.Ed., B.Com., Shastri, M.B.B.S., B.A.M.S., B.U.M.S., B.H.M.S., B.P.Ed. (Bachelor of Physical Education) with at least 55% marks in the aggregate. Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) with at least 48% in the aggregate or 55% marks in the subject of postgraduation or B.Sc., B.Sc. (Nursing), B.Sc. (Home Sc.) , B.Sc. (Agriculture), B.Ed., B.Com., Shastri, B.E.,M.B.B.S., B.A.M.S., B.U.M.S., B.H.M.S., B.P.Ed. (Bachelor of Physical Education) or undergraduate from any recognized University with at least 55% marks in the aggregate. Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) with at least 48% in the aggregate or 55% marks in the subject of postgraduation or B.Sc., B.Sc. (Nursing), B.Sc. (Home Sc.) , B.Sc. (Agriculture), B.Ed., B.Com., Shastri, M.B.B.S., B.A.M.S., B.U.M.S., B.H.M.S., B.P.Ed. (Bachelor of Physical Education) with at least 55% marks in the aggregate. Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) with at least 40% in the aggregate or 40% marks in the subject of postgraduation or B.Sc., B.Sc. (Nursing), B.Sc. (Home Sc.) , B.Sc. (Agriculture), B.Ed., B.Com., Shastri, M.B.B.S., B.A.M.S., B.U.M.S., B.H.M.S., B.P.Ed. (Bachelor of Physical Education) with at least 55% marks in the aggregate.

Eligibility

French

Hindi

Philosophy

Sanskrit

Urdu

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage) Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

Department of Urdu & Persian

Department of Sanskrit

Department of Philosophy

60

60

60

60

20

Department of European Languages Literature and Cultural Studies

Department of Hindi

60

Department of English

Where to Apply

No. of Seats

POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES

English

Entrance Test Subject

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

Mode of Admission

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Master of Library & Information Science

M. Ed.

Faculty of Education

M. Com. (EAFM and Cooperation)

M. Com. (Bus. Adm.)

Master of Cost Control & Accounts

M. Com. (ABST)

Bus. Adm.

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

Library & Information Science

N/A

EAFM

ABST

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

ABST

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

Candidates who have obtained at least 55% marks in both Through Rajasthan State theory and practical exams separately in B.Ed./Shiksha level Test Shastri are eligible for admission. Candidates seeking admission to the M. Lib. & Information Science course should possess a degree of Bachelor of Library & Information Science of the University or any Entrance Test (70% other University recognized by the Syndicate for the weightage ) + Academic purpose or a Post Graduate Diploma in Library & Record of Qualifying Information Science with a minimum of 50% marks in the Exam (30 % weightage) said Degree or Diploma examination. One seat is reserved for Rajasthan University Library staff, 4 seats are

A candidate possessing (i) 50% and above marks in B.Com. or 55% and above marks in the subject in which admission is sought, shall be eligible for admission to M.Com. (Prev.) in ABST/Bus. Admn./EAFM, or (ii) B.A./B.Sc. Degree with at least 55% marks in the aggregate or M.A. Economics degree shall be eligible for admission to M.Com. (Prev.) in (a) Economic Administration group, (b) Financial Management Group, (c) Cooperation Group.

A candidate possessing (i) 50% and above marks in B.Com. or 55% and above marks in the subject in which admission is sought, shall be eligible for admission to M.Com. (Prev.) in ABST/Bus. Admn./EAFM, or (iii) A Bachelor's Degree (other than B.Com.) with at least 55% marks in the aggregate shall be eligible for admission to M.Com. (Prev.) in Bus. Administration. A Graduate/Post Graduate from any discipline (Arts, Science, Commerce etc.) securing a minimum of 40% marks at the Degree or Post Graduate examination is eligible for admission A candidate possessing (i) 50% and above marks in B.Com. or 55% and above marks in the subject in which admission is sought, shall be eligible for admission to M.Com. (Prev.) in ABST/Bus. Admn./EAFM, or (iii) A Bachelor's Degree ( other than B.Com.) with at least 55% marks in the aggregate shall be eligible for admission

Faculty of Commerce

Department of Library & Information Science

Department of Education

Department of Economic Administration and Financial Management

Department of Business Administration

Department of Accountancy and Business Statistics

Department of Accountancy and Business Statistics

20

40

120

120

60

180

POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES


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M. A. (Music) (Vocal)/(Instrumental-Sitar)

M. Sc. (Botany)

Faculty of Science

Master of Bussiness Administration

B. Sc. Degree (Pass course or Hons.) under the 10+2+3 scheme with Botany as one of the subjects. Minimum of 55 % of aggregate marks for General category candidate, 36% of aggregate marks for in case

Bachelor’s Degree in any disciplne with at least 50% marks in aggregate (45% in case of SC/ST/Non creamy layer OBC/SBC)

Faculty of Management

L. L. M.

General & OBC : 55 % in Bachelor of Law Degree exams or PG Law Diplomas examination. SC/ST/PH: 50 % in Bachelor of Law Degree exams or PG Law Diplomas examination.

A candidate shall be required to have passed B.A. Examination with minimum of 50% Marks and Music as one of the optional.

M. Mus. (Vocal)/(Instrumental-Sitar)

Faculty of Law

A candidate shall be required to have passed Bachelor Degree with a minimum of 50% Marks with music as one of the subject

M. A. (Drawing & Painting)

A Bachelors degree from any recogmiced University

A candidate shall be required to have passed B.A. examination with Drawing & Painting as one of the optional subjects, with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate. Candidate who has passed BFA/BVA degree (Professional stream) from any visual art discipline will not be permitted.

M. A. (Dramatics )

Faculty of Fine Arts

reserved for working librarians of Rajasthan having at least 3 years of experience after B. Lib. Sc. A weightage of 0.25% per year (three years service after B.Lib. Sc.) shall be given to each candidate, subject to a maximum of three percent. This weightage will be given only when the candidate fulfils the minimum eligibility conditions.

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

PIMMAT Entrance Test

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage) Practical Exam. 30% Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage) Practical Exam. 30% Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage) Practical Exam. 30% Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage) Practical Exam. 30%

Botany

N/A

Law

Music

Music

Department of Botany

R. A. Podar Institute of Management

Department of Law

Department of Music

Department of Music

Department of Drawing & Painting

Department of Dramatics

25

60

75

12

12

12

POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES

Drawing & Painting

Dramatics

20 (10 Seats for Acting, 10 Seats for Stage Craft)


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M. Sc. (Physics)

M. A./M. Sc. (Mathematics)

M. Sc. (Home Science) (Food & Nutrition/ Human Development/ Extension Education)

M. Sc. (Geology)

M. A./M. Sc. (Geography)

M. Sc. (Chemistry)

of SC/ST/Non Creamy OBC/SBC) category candidates, 60% marks for candidates from any Universities outside the state of Rajasthan B. Sc. Degree (Pass course or Hons.) under the 10+2+3 scheme with Chemistry as one of the subjects. Minimum of 55 % of aggregate marks for General category candidate, 36% of aggregate marks for in case of SC/ST/Non Creamy OBC/SBC) category candidates, 60% marks for candidates from any Universities outside the state of Rajasthan (i) B.Sc. Degree with Geography as one of the subjects, or (ii) B.A. Degree with at least two science subjects, one of them being Geography Minimum of 55 % of aggregate marks for General category candidate, 36% of aggregate marks for in case of SC/ST/Non Creamy OBC/SBC) category candidates, 60% marks for candidates from any Universities outside the state of Rajasthan B. Sc. Degree (Pass course or Hons.) under the 10+2+3 scheme with Geology as one of the subjects. Minimum of 50 % of aggregate marks for General category candidate, 36% of aggregate marks for in case of SC/ST/Non Creamy OBC/SBC) category candidates, 60% marks for candidates from any Universities outside the state of Rajasthan. B. Sc. Home Science (10+2+3) from any recognised University. Minimum of 60 % of aggregate marks for General category candidate, 36% of aggregate marks for in case of SC/ST/Non Creamy OBC/SBC) category candidates, 60% marks for candidates from any Universities outside the state of Rajasthan. B.A./B. Sc. Degree (Pass course or Hons.) under the 10+2+3 scheme with Mathematics as one of the subjects. Minimum of 55 % of aggregate marks for General category candidate, 36% of aggregate marks for in case of SC/ST/Non Creamy OBC/SBC) category candidates, 60% marks for candidates from any Universities outside the state of Rajasthan B. Sc. Degree (Pass course or Hons.) under the 10+2+3 scheme with Physics as one of the subjects. Minimum of 55 % of aggregate marks for General category candidate, 36% of aggregate marks for in case of SC/ST/Non Creamy OBC/SBC) category candidates, Department of Home Science

Geology

Food & Nutrition/ Human Development/ Extension Education

Mathematics

Physics

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

of

Department Geology

Geography

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

Department of Physics

Department of Mathematics

Department of Geography

Chemistry

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage) Department of Chemistry

35

90

30 (10 each in three M.Sc. programme)

10

40

50

POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES


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M. A. (Economics)

M. A./M. Sc. (Anthropology)

For Admission to M.A./M.Sc. (Anthropology) candidates holding a Bachelor's Degree having secured at least 48% marks in the aggregate will be deemed eligible for admission on merit basis. Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) with at least 48% in the aggregate or 55% marks in the subject of postgraduation or B.Sc., B.Sc. (Nursing), B.Sc. (Home Sc.) , B.Sc. (Agriculture),

Faculty of Social Science

M. Sc. (Environmental Science)

M. Sc. (Zoology)

M. A./M. Sc. (Statistics)

M. A./M. Sc. (Psychology)

60% marks for candidates from any Universities outside the state of Rajasthan (i) B.Sc. Degree, or (ii) B.A. Degree with at least two science subjects, one of them being Psychology Minimum of 55 % of aggregate marks for General category candidate, 36% of aggregate marks for in case of SC/ST/Non Creamy OBC/SBC) category candidates, 60% marks for candidates from any Universities outside the state of Rajasthan (i) B.Sc. Degree, or (ii) B.A. Degree with at least two science subjects, one of them being Statistics (iii) B. Sc. Degree (Pass course or Hons.) under the 10+2+3 scheme with Mathematics as one of the subjects. Minimum of 55 % of aggregate marks for General category candidate, 36% of aggregate marks for in case of SC/ST/Non Creamy OBC/SBC) category candidates, 60% marks for candidates from any Universities outside the state of Rajasthan B. Sc. Degree (Pass course or Hons.) under the 10+2+3 scheme with Zoology as one of the subjects. Minimum of 55 % of aggregate marks for General category candidate, 36% of aggregate marks for in case of SC/ST/Non Creamy OBC/SBC) category candidates, 60% marks for candidates from any Universities outside the state of Rajasthan Candidates with Bachelor's Degree in Science, Engineering, Agriculture, Medical Science, Law (B.Sc.) with at least 50% (45% for SC, ST) marks are eligible for admission to M.Sc. Environmental Science in the Indira Gandhi Centre for HEEPS. Candidates seeking admission to M.Sc. courses should have obtained at least 55% marks in the aggregate or 55% marks in the subject in which admission is sought.

30

120

Department of Anthropology Department of Economics

20

25

30

30

POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES

Economics

Anthropology

Indira Gandhi Centre for Human Ecology, Environment & Population Studies

Botany/ Chemistry/ Geography/ Geology/ Physics/ Zoology Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage) Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying

Department of Zoology Zoology

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

Department of Statistics

Statistics

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

Department of Psychology

Psychology

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)


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M. A. (Museology & Conservation)

M. A. (Sociology)

M. A. (Public Administration)

M. A. (Political Science)

M. A. (History)

Political Science

Public Administration

Sociology

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

History

History

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

Exam (30 % weightage)

Entrance Test (70% Students with a Bachelors degree (B.A. / B.Sc. / B.Com.) weightage ) + Academic with minimum 48% marks are eligible for admission. Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

B.Ed., B.Com., Shastri,M.B.B.S., B.A.M.S., B.U.M.S., B.H.M.S., B.P.Ed. (Bachelor of Physical Education) with at least 55% marks in the aggregate. Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) with at least 48% in the aggregate or 55% marks in the subject of postgraduation or B.Sc., B.Sc. (Nursing), B.Sc. (Home Sc.) , B.Sc. (Agriculture), B.Ed., B.Com., Shastri, M.B.B.S., B.A.M.S., B.U.M.S., B.H.M.S., B.P.Ed. (Bachelor of Physical Education) with at least 55% marks in the aggregate. Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) with at least 48% in the aggregate or 55% marks in the subject of postgraduation or B.Sc., B.Sc. (Nursing), B.Sc. (Home Sc.) , B.Sc. (Agriculture), B.Ed., B.Com., Shastri,M.B.B.S., B.A.M.S., B.U.M.S., B.H.M.S., B.P.Ed. (Bachelor of Physical Education) with at least 55% marks in the aggregate. Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) with at least 48% in the aggregate or 55% marks in the subject of postgraduation or B.Sc., B.Sc. (Nursing), B.Sc. (Home Sc.) , B.Sc. (Agriculture), B.Ed., B.Com., Shastri,M.B.B.S., B.A.M.S., B.U.M.S., B.H.M.S., B.P.Ed. (Bachelor of Physical Education) with at least 55% marks in the aggregate. Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) with at least 48% in the aggregate or 55% marks in the subject of postgraduation or B.Sc., B.Sc. (Nursing), B.Sc. (Home Sc.) , B.Sc. (Agriculture), B.Ed., B.Com., Shastri,M.B.B.S., B.A.M.S., B.U.M.S., B.H.M.S., B.P.Ed. (Bachelor of Physical Education) with at least 55% marks in the aggregate. Centre for Museology and Conservation

Department of Sociology

Department of Public Administration

Department of Political Science

Department of History & Indian Culture

30

120

120

120

120

POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES


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Bachelor's Degree with minimum 55% from any discipline. Knowledge of German/ French / Spanish up to certificate of A-1 level of any Max Mueller Bhavan, Alliance Francoise, Level -1 is desirable.

Graduate from any discipline with minimum 45% marks.

Bachelor’s degree from any University recognised for the purpose in any discipline with atleast 50% marks in aggregate for General Category and Min. 45% for SC/ST/OBC/SBC Category

Master of International Business

Master of Finance and Control

Master of Physical Education

Candidate who (a) after taking Bachelors degree in Physical Education of the University or an Indian University recognised for the purpose by the Rajasthan University, or (b) after obtaining a post graduate diploma in Physical Education (D.P.E.) of atleas t one year or 3 years duration (B.P.Ed.) awarded by the Indian University or Board recognised by the education department of state or (c) after obtaining Indian or Foreign qualifications recognised as equivalent to those mentioned in (a) or (b) above by the Rajasthan University.

Faculty of Education

Graduate from any discipline with minimum 45% marks.

Master of Human Resource Management

Faculty of Commerce

M. A. (European Studies)

Faculty of Arts

Programme Name

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage) Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage) Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

50(SFS)

Department of Economic Administration and Financial Management

20(SFS)

55(SFS)

Department of Business Administration

Department of Physical Education

55(SFS)

30(SFS)

No. of Seats

Department of Business Administration

Department of European Languages Literature and Cultural Studies

Where to Apply

POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES

Physical Education

EAFM

Bus. Adm.

Bus. Adm.

French / German / Spanish

Postgraduate Programmes (Self Financing) LukrdksÙkj ikB~;Øe (LofoÙk&iks LofoÙk&iksf"kr) "kr Mode of Entrance Eligibility Test Subject Admission


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Applied Arts, Painting & Sculpture A candidate shall be required to have passed B.V.A. / B.F.A. with a minimum of 50% marks in the respective.

Applied Arts, Painting & Sculpture A candidate shall be required to have passed B.V.A. / B.F.A. with a minimum of 50% marks in the respective.

Master of Visual Arts (Applied Arts)

Master of Visual Arts (Painting)

Master of Visual Arts (Sculpture)

Master of Bussiness Administration (Service Management)

Bachelor’s Degree in any disciplne with at least 50% marks in aggregate (45% in case of SC/ST/Non creamy layer OBC/SBC)

Faculty of Management

L. L. M. (Human Right & Value Education)

General & OBC : 55 % in Bachelor of Law Degree exams or PG Law Diplomas examination SC/ST/PH:50 % in Bachelor of Law Degree exams or PG Law Diplomas examination

Applied Arts, Painting & Sculpture A candidate shall be required to have passed B.V.A. / B.F.A. with a minimum of 50% marks in the respective specialization.

M. A. (Drawing & Painting)

Faculty of Law

A candidate shall be required to have passed B.A. examination with Drawing & Painting as one of the optional subjects, with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate. Candidate who has passed BFA/BVA degree (Professional stream) from any visual art discipline will not be permitted.

Faculty of Fine Arts

Programme Name

PIMMAT Entrance Test

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage) Practical Exam. 30% Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage) Practical Exam. 30% Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage) Practical Exam. 30% Entrance Test (70% weightage) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage) Practical Exam. 30%

N/A

Law

Visual Arts

Visual Arts

Visual Arts

Drawing & Painting

Postgraduate Programmes (Self Financing) LukrdksÙkj ikB~;Øe (LofoÙk&iks LofoÙk&iksf"kr) "kr Mode of Entrance Eligibility Test Subject Admission

R. A. Podar Institute of Management

Department of Law

Department of Visual Arts

Department of Visual Arts

Department of Visual Arts

Department of Drawing & Painting

Where to Apply

60(SFS)

25(SFS)

12(SFS)

12(SFS)

12(SFS)

15(SFS)

No. of Seats

POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES


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Bachelor’s Degree in any disciplne with at least 48% marks in aggregate (43% in case of SC/ST/Non creamy layer OBC/SBC) Minimum of 2 Years full time working experience. Applicant must be posted within the Municipal Limit of Jaipur at the time of admission.

M. Sc. (IT)

MCA

M. Sc. (Microbiology)

M. A./M. Sc. (Psychology)

M. Sc. (BioTechnology)

B. Sc. Degree (Pass course or Hons.) under the 10+2+3 scheme with Agriculture/Botany/Biotechnology/Chemistry/Microbiology/Pharmacy/Zoology as one of the subjects. Minimum of 55 % of aggregate marks for General category candidate, 36% of aggregate marks for in case of SC/ST/Non Creamy OBC/SBC) category candidates, 60% marks for candidates from any Universities outside the state of Rajasthan i) B.Sc. Degree, or (ii) B.A. Degree with at least two science subjects, one of them being Psychology Minimum of 55 % of aggregate marks for General category candidate, 36% of aggregate marks for in case of SC/ST/Non Creamy OBC/SBC) category candidates, 60% marks for candidates from any Universities outside the state of Rajasthan B. Sc. Degree (Pass course or Hons.) under the 10+2+3 scheme with Zoology as one of the subjects. Minimum of 55 % of aggregate marks for General category candidate, 36% of aggregate marks for in case of SC/ST/Non Creamy OBC/SBC) category candidates, 60% marks for candidates from any Universities outside the state of Rajasthan Graduates (with 10+2+3) with Mathematics either at XII level or graduation level or BCA/B.Sc. (IT)/B.Sc.(CS) or B.E. Minimum of 55 % of aggregate marks for General category candidate, 36% of aggregate marks for in case of SC/ST/Non Creamy OBC/SBC) category candidates, 60% marks for candidates from any Universities outside the state of Rajasthan B.A./B. Sc./B. Com. (Pass course or Hons.) under the 10+2+3 scheme. Minimum of 50 % of aggregate marks for General category candidate, 36% of aggregate marks for in case of SC/ST/Non Creamy OBC/SBC) category candidates, 60% marks for candidates from any Universities outside the state of Rajasthan

Faculty of Science

Master of Bussiness Administration (Executive)

Programme Name

Centre for Computer Science & Information Technology

Centre for Computer Science & Information Technology

Department of Zoology

Department of Psychology

Department of Botany

R. A. Podar Institute of Management

Where to Apply

40(SFS)

60(SFS)

25 (+5 Seats NRI)(SFS)

10(SFS)

25(+5 NRI Seats)(SFS)

40(SFS)

No. of Seats

POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES

Chemistry/ Mathematics/ Physics/ Statistics

Mathematics/ Physics/ Statistics

Botany /Chemistry / Zoology

Psychology

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage) Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage) Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage) Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

Botany /Chemistry / Zoology

N/A

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

Merit

Postgraduate Programmes (Self Financing) LukrdksÙkj ikB~;Øe (LofoÙk&iks LofoÙk&iksf"kr) "kr Mode of Entrance Eligibility Test Subject Admission


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M. Sc. (Physics)/B. Tech./ BE with minimum 55% marks.

A candidate who has secured 50% or more or CGPA of 3.0 in the UGC Seven Point Scale [45% or CGPA 2.5 in UGC Seven Point Scale for SC/ST/Non-creamy layer OBC] or equivalent in the Bachelor degree in any stream.

Bachelor Degree with at least 48%,

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) with at least 48% in the aggregate or 55% marks in the subject of postgraduation or B.Sc., B.Sc. (Nursing), B.Sc. (Home Sc.) , B.Sc. (Agriculture), B.Ed., B.Com., Shastri,M.B.B.S., B.A.M.S., B.U.M.S., B.H.M.S., B.P.Ed. (Bachelor of Physical Education) with at least 55% marks in the aggregate.

Master of Social Work

Master of Journalism and Mass Communication

M. A. (Rajasthani Lang. Lit. & Culture)

Faculty of Social Science

M. Tech. (Engineering Physics)

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage) Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage) Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

Hindi/History

Hindi/ English

Sociology

Physics

Centre for Rajasthan Studies

Centre for Mass Communication

Department of Sociology

Centre for Development of Physics Education

60(SFS)

30(SFS)

40(SFS)

20 (SFS)

POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES


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Post P. G. Diploma in Population Ecology

Post P. G. Diploma in Environmental Studies

Post P. G. Diploma in Human Ecology

Faculty of Science

Programme Name

B. A. , L.L.B. (Hons.)

Faculty of Law

Five Year Ten Semester Integrated Dual Degree B.Tech./M.Tech. Course

Eligibility

Through Entrance Test (RULET-2012)

Through Entrance Test (CCTET-2012)

Mode of Admission

Master's degree in Botany / Zoology / Physics / Chemistry / Mathematics / Geography (with B.Sc.)/ Law (LL.M. with B.Sc.), with at least 50% marks in the aggregate. Master's degree in Botany / Zoology / Physics / Chemistry / Mathematics / Geography (with B.Sc.)/ Law (LL.M. with B.Sc.), with at least 50% marks in the aggregate. Master's degree in Botany / Zoology / Physics / Chemistry / Mathematics / Geography (with B.Sc.)/ Law (LL.M. with B.Sc.), with at least 50% marks in the aggregate.

Eligibility

Merit

Merit

Merit

Mode of Admission

Where to Apply

Five Year Law College

Centre for Converging Technologies

15

15

15

No. of Seats

120

120+15% NRI Seats

No. of Seats

POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES

Indira Gandhi Centre for Human Ecology, Environment & Population Studies

Indira Gandhi Centre for Human Ecology, Environment & Population Studies

Indira Gandhi Centre for Human Ecology, Environment & Population Studies

Where to Apply

Post PG Diploma Programmes (iks iksLV ihth fMIyksek ikB~;Øe) Øe

10+2 exam with minimum 50% marks (45% for SC/ST)

the candidate should have passed the XII(10+2) with science subjects

Faculty of Engineering & Technology

Programme Name

Five Year Integrated Programmes ip ao "khZ; lesfdr ikB~;Øe


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P. G. Diploma in Cooperation

P. G. Diploma in Dramatics

A candidate who after passing Bachelor’s Degree Examination of the University or an examination recognized by the University as equivalent thereto has been declared successful at the audition test given by the department/Institution concerned and has thereafter pursued a full time regular course study for one academic year with atleast 75% attendance in the the University.

Bachelor’s degree from any University recognised for the purpose (O.246-B) in any discipline with at least 50% marks in aggregate for General Category and Min. 45% for SC/ST/OBC/SBC Category

P. G. Diploma in Banking and Finance

Faculty of Fine Arts

Bachelor’s degree from any University recognised for the purpose (O.246-B) in any discipline with at least 50% marks in aggregate for General Category and Min. 45% for SC/ST/OBC/SBC Category

P. G. Diploma in Cost and Work Accountancy

Graduate/Post Graduate from any stream is eligible for PG Diploma in Jain Studies.

Eligibility

A graduate from any discipline (Arts / Science / Commerce etc.) securing a minimum of 48 % marks at the degree examination is eligible for admission.

Faculty of Commerce

P. G. Diploma in Jain Studies & Archaeology

Faculty of Arts

Programme Name

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage) Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage) Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

Entrance Test (70% weightage) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

Mode of Admission

Dramatics

EAFM

EAFM

ABST

Hindi/ History/ Philosophy/ Sanskrit/ Socilogy

Entrance Test Subject

Postgraduate Diploma Programmes (Lukrdks LukrdksÙkj fMIyksek ikB~;Øe) Øe

Department of Dramatics

Department of Economic Administration and Financial Management

Department of Economic Administration and Financial Management

Department of Accountancy and Business Statistics

Centre for Jain Studies

Where to Apply

25

60

60

60

15

No. of Seats

POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES


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P. G. Diploma in Indian Culture

At least 48 % marks in Bachelors degree or equivalent.

60

60

180

60

No. of Seats

POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES

Department of History

Candidates who passed LLB exam.

P. G. Diploma in Taxation

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of History Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

Department of Law

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Law Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

P. G. Diploma in Labour Law

Faculty of Social Science

Department of Law

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Law Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

(i) Bachelors of Law Degree exam. (ii) M.A. Exam. in Sociology/Economics/Social Work/Psychology/Public Administration with 48% marks in the aggregate and with a paper relating to Labour Laws as part of their exam. or (i) M. Com. Exam in EAFM/Bus. Adm. Or MBA exam. with atleast 48% marks in aggregate and a paper relating to Labour Laws as part of the M. Com./MBA course shall be eligible

Department of Law

Where to Apply

Candidates who passed LLB exam.

Mode of Admission

P. G. Diploma in Criminology

Eligibility

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Law Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

Faculty of Law

Programme Name

Entrance Test Subject

Postgraduate Diploma Programmes (Lukrdks LukrdksÙkj fMIyksek ikB~;Øe) Øe


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P. G. Diploma in Financial Analysis and Control

P. G. Diploma in Development and Investment Banking

P. G. Diploma in Small Scale and Agro Industries

P. G. Diploma in Project Planning and Infrastructure Management

P. G. Diploma in Computer Accounting and Auditing

P. G. Diploma in Tax Practice

Faculty of Commerce

P. G. Diploma in Vastu Shastra

Faculty of Arts

Programme Name

A graduate / postgraduate from any discipline (Arts/Science/Commerce etc.) securing a minimum of 45 % marks at the degree or postgraduate examination. A graduate / postgraduate from any discipline (Arts/Science/Commerce etc.) securing a minimum of 40 % marks at the degree or postgraduate examination. Bachelor’s degree from any University recognised for the purpose (O.246-B) in any discipline with atleast 50% marks in aggregate for General Category and Min. 45% for SC/ST/OBC/SBC Category Bachelor’s degree from any University recognised for the purpose (O.246-B) in any discipline with atleast 50% marks in aggregate for General Category and Min. 45% for SC/ST/OBC/SBC Category Bachelor’s degree from any University recognised for the purpose (O.246-B) in any discipline with atleast 50% marks in aggregate for General Category and Min. 45% for SC/ST/OBC/SBC Category Bachelor’s degree from any University recognised for the purpose (O.246-B) in any discipline with atleast 50% marks in aggregate for General Category and Min. 45% for SC/ST/OBC/SBC Category

Undergraduate or equivalent in Arts/Commerce/Science

Eligibility

Entrance Test Subject

Department of Economic Administration and Financial Management

Department of Economic Administration and Financial Management

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic EAFM Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage) Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic EAFM Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

Department of Economic Administration and Financial Management

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic EAFM Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

30(SFS)

30(SFS)

30(SFS)

30(SFS)

120(SFS)

Department of Accountancy and Business Statistics

Department of Economic Administration and Financial Management

60(SFS)

30 (SFS)

No. of Seats

Department of Accountancy and Business Statistics

Centre for Jyotirvigyan

Where to Apply

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic EAFM Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic ABST Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage) Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic ABST Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Any Subject Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

Mode of Admission

Postgraduate Diploma Programmes (Self Financing) LukrdksÙkj fMIyksek ikB~;Øe (LofoÙk&iks LofoÙk&iksf"kr) "kr

POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA PROGRAMMES


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P. G. Diploma in Heritage Management & Tourism

Eligibility

Bachelor's Degree in any discipline with 50% marks.

B.Sc. with physics as one of the subjects / B.E. / Bachelor of Agricultural Engineers with 50% marks in aggregate. Admission on merit basis.

Master Degree in Geography (M.A./M.Sc.),M.Sc. in Environmental, Physical, Earth Sciences and Bachelor’s degree in Engineering. Candidate should have normal stereoscopic and colour vision. Candidates having a minimum of 55% marks at graduate/Postgraduate level. A Candidate who has passed a Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in any faculty of the University or any other University with at least 48% marks in the aggregate .The SC/ST and OBC (except creamy layer) candidates need to have pass marks in graduation degree. The PH candidates will be given a relaxation of 5% in eligibility.

Candidates who passed LLB exam.

Graduate / Post-graduate in Arts / Commerce / Science / Physical Education under 10+2+3 scheme or an equivalent degree holder .

History

Centre for Museology & Conservation

Centre for Water Management & Research

Centre for Non Conventional Energy Resources

Department of Mathematics

Department of Geography

Department of Law

Department of Physical Education

Where to Apply

20(SFS)

40 (SFS)

30(SFS)

30(SFS)

20(SFS)

60(SFS)

40(SFS)

No. of Seats

POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA PROGRAMMES

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

Geology/ Geography/ Physics

Physics/ Chemistry

Any Subject

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage) Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage) Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

Geography

Law

Physical Education

Entrance Test Subject

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

Entrance Test (70% weightage ) + Academic Record of Qualifying Exam (30 % weightage)

Mode of Admission

Students with a Bachelors degree in any faculty with minimum of marks 48%, relaxable by 5% in the case of SC/ST/OBC candidates. Candidates associated with Museum and Tourism area many be relaxed upto 5% marks.

Faculty of Social Science

PG Diploma in Water Resources Management

P. G. Diploma in Energy Studies

P. G. Diploma in Computer Application

P. G. Diploma in Remote Sensing

Faculty of Science

P. G. Diploma in Environmental Law

Faculty of Law

P. G. Diploma in Yoga Education

Faculty of Education

Programme Name

Postgraduate Diploma Programmes (Self Financing) LukrdksÙkj fMIyksek ikB~;Øe (LofoÙk&iks LofoÙk&iksf"kr) "kr


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Diploma in Persian Language

Diploma in Spanish Language

Diploma in German Language

Diploma in French Language

Faculty of Arts

Programme Name

Post Diploma in Spanish Language

Post Diploma in German Language

Post Diploma in French Language

Faculty of Arts

Programme Name

Merit

Merit

Merit

Mode of Admission

Merit of the Certificate in the concerned Language/Level-I (A-1) from Max Mueller Bhavans & Alliance Francaise. Merit of the Certificate in the concerned Language/Level-I (A-1) from Max Mueller Bhavans & Alliance Francaise. Merit of the Certificate in the concerned Language/Level-I (A-1) from Max Mueller Bhavans & Alliance Francaise. Candidates who have passed certificate course in Persian Language

Eligibility

Merit

Merit

Merit

Merit

Mode of Admission

Diploma Programmes fMIyksek ikB~;Ă˜e

Merit of the Diploma in the concerned Language/Level-II (A-2) from Max Mueller Bhavans & Alliance Francaise Merit of the Diploma in the concerned Language/Level-II (A-2) from Max Mueller Bhavans & Alliance Francaise Merit of the Diploma in the concerned Language/Level-II (A-2) from Max Mueller Bhavans & Alliance Francaise

Eligibility

Post Diploma Programmes iksLV fMIyksek ikB~;Ă˜e

Department of European Languages Literature and Cultural Studies

Department of European Languages Literature and Cultural Studies

Department of European Languages Literature and Cultural Studies

Department of European Languages Literature and Cultural Studies

Where to Apply

Department of European Languages Literature and Cultural Studies

Department of European Languages Literature and Cultural Studies

Department of European Languages Literature and Cultural Studies

Where to Apply

30

30

30

30

No. of Seats

15

15

15

No. of Seats

POST DIPLOMA PROGRAMMES


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B. Lib.

Faculty of Education

B. Com. (Hons.) Programme (ABST/Bus. Adm./EAFM)

B. Com. (Pass) Programme

Faculty of Commerce

B. A. (Hons.) Programme

B. A. (Pass) Programme

(i) A candidate for admission to the Bachelor of Library and Information Science Course should possess a Bachelor's Degree or Master's Degree of the University or of any other University recognised for the purpose by the Syndicate, with 45% marks in the aggregate either at the Bachelor's Degree or at the Master's Degree examination. The condition of 45% marks in the aggregate is, however, not applicable to SC/ST candidates.

Those students who have passed 12th class or Intermediate under the scheme of 10+2 with minimum 50% marks in aggregate are eligible for admission in B. Com. (Part-I) Those students who have passed 12th class or Intermediate under the scheme of 10+2 with minimum 60% marks in aggregate are eligible for admission in B. Com. (Part-I) Hons.

Those students who have passed 12 class or Intermediate under the scheme of 10+2 with minimum 50% marks in aggregate are eligible for admission in B. A. (Part-I) Hons.

th

Those students who have passed 12th class or Intermediate under the scheme of 10+2 with minimum 48% marks in aggregate are eligible for admission in B. A. (Part-I)

Faculty of Arts/Education/Social Science

Programme Name

Merit

Merit

Merit

Merit

Merit

Undergraduate Programmes Lukrd ikB~;Ă˜e Mode of Eligibility Admission

80

60 each

60 each

180

660

50 each

60 each

600

480

No. of Seats

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES

Department of Library & Information Science

University Commerce College (Only Boys) University Maharani College (Only Girls) University Commerce College (Only Boys) University Maharani College (Only Girls)

University Rajasthan College (Only Boys) University Maharani College (Only Girls) University Rajasthan College (Only Boys) ( Economics / English Lit. / Geography / History / Political Sc./ Psychology / Public Adm. / Sanskrit Lit. / Urdu) University Maharani College (Only Girls) (Economics / English Lit. / Hindi Lit. / History / Political Sc. / Philosophy / Psychology / Public Adm. / Sanskrit Lit. / Sociology)

Where to Apply


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B. V. A. (Applied Arts / Painting / Sculpture)

B. Mus.

Faculty of Fine Arts

Programme Name

Those students who have passed 12th (10+2) of Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education or any other equivalent examination with atleast 48% marks in aggregate are eligible for the admission in B. Mus. , with a condition that on 31st July of the admission year, the student have not exceeded 20 years of age. Duration: 4 years ( 1 Year foundation course followed by 3 years course) Entrance Apptitude Test/ Merit.For further detail, Please contact Music Department of University of Rajasthan Those students who have passed 12th (10+2) of Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education or any other equivalent examination with atleast 48% marks in aggregate are eligible for the admission in B. Mus. , with a condition that on 31st July of the admission year, the student have not exceeded 20 years of age. Duration: 4 years ( 1 Year foundation course followed by 3 years course) Entrance Apptitude Test/ Merit.For further detail, Please contact Visual Arts Department of University of Rajasthan

(ii) Candidates employed in the recognised libraries of Rajasthan as whole time paid workers and possessing at least three years experience after passing C.Lib. Sc. or Diploma in Library Science recognised by the University of Rajasthan may also be admitted, subject to a maximum of 25% of total seats. A weightage of 0.25% per year (three years service after C.Lib. Sc./ D.Lib. Sc.) shall be given to each candidate subject to a maximum of three percent. This weightage will be given only when the candidate fulfils the prescribed minimum eligibility conditions.

Department of Music

Department of Visual Arts

Merit

Where to Apply

Merit

Undergraduate Programmes Lukrd ikB~;Ă˜e Mode of Eligibility Admission

12 each

12

No. of Seats

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES


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L. L. B. (Academic/Professional)

Faculty of Law

Programme Name (a) 45% marks in the aggregate of the qualifying Examination for admission to LL.B. I Year class. (b) 60% and above in the aggregate for students coming from Universities other than those situated in the State of Rajasthan.Minimum eligibility for admission to the LL.B. First Year (O.252). As per provision of O.-252 only such candidates who have passed the Bachelor's or Master's Degree examination with the required marks in aggregate shall be eligibile for admission to the LL.B. I year class. No concession on any ground, whatsoever, is admissible in the said rule. (i) A candidate who has taken the Bachelor's or the Master's Degree in Arts / Commerce / Science / Engineering / Management (of 2 years duration) / Nursing / Agriculture or the Degree of Shastri / Acharya or the Degree of Ayurvedacharya / Ayurveda Brihaspati of this University or of any other University recognised for the purpose by the Syndicate with full course prescribed for the Degree and has secured a minimum of 45% marks, minimum of 60% in case of a student coming from a University situated out of Rajasthan (excluding any concessional marks) in the aggregate marks prescribed for the examination for the aforesaid degree, shall be eligible for admission to LL.B. First Year class. Note: The maximum age for seeking admission into a stream of Three year Bachelor Degree course in Law is limited to 30 (Thirty) on July 1st of the year of seeking admission.There shall be a relaxation in age of 5 years for the applicant belonging to SC, ST or any other backward community. [ clause 28(b) BCI rules,2008] Through Entrance Test to be notified

Undergraduate Programmes Lukrd ikB~;Ă˜e Mode of Eligibility Admission

320 (SFS)

720

No. of Seats

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES

University Law College - II

University Law College

Where to Apply


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B. Sc. (Home Sc.) Programme

B. Sc. (Hons.) Programme

B. Sc. (Pass) Programme

Faculty of Science

Programme Name Those students who have passed 12th class or equivalent examination under the scheme of 10+2 with science subjects, securing atleast 50 % marks in aggregate are eligible for admission in B. Sc. (Part-I). Students having passed the Senoior Secondary Examination with Agriculture subject shall be eligible to get admission in Biology group. Those students who have passed 12th class or equivalent examination under the scheme of 10+2 with science subjects, securing atleast 50 % marks in aggregate are eligible for admission in B. Sc. (Part-I) Hons. Students having passed the Senoior Secondary Examination with Agriculture subject shall be eligible to get admission in Biology group. 1. Female Candidates who have passed 12th class or equivalent examination of (10+2) scheme, with atleast 60% marks in aggregate are eligible to get admission in B.Sc.(Home Science0 course (Part- I). 2. Female Candidates who have passed Senior Secondary Examination or Equivalent Examination with minimum 55% marks in aggregate or passed with 60% in aggregate without Home Science subject are eligible to take admission in B. Sc. .(Home Science0 course (Part- I). Merit

Merit

Merit

Undergraduate Programmes Lukrd ikB~;Ă˜e Mode of Eligibility Admission

University Maharani College (Only Girls)

40

30 each

30 each

240

University Maharani College (Only Girls) University Maharaja College (Only Boys) (Botany /Chemistry /Physics /Zoology /Mathematics) University Maharani College (Only Girls) (Botany/ Chemistry/ Physics/ Zoology)

360(Maths Group) 360(Bio Group)

No. of Seats

University Maharaja College (Only Boys)

Where to Apply

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES


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Bachelor of Computer Application

Faculty of Science

Bachelor of Physical Education

Faculty of Education

Bachelor of Bussiness Administration

B. Com. (Pass) Programme (SFS)

Faculty of Commerce

B. A. (Pass) Programme (SFS)

Candidates belonging to Category A or Category B are eligible for admission to BCA Course Category A: Irrespective of the stream (Arts/Science/Commerce), a candidate must have passed 10+2 level examination with Physics/ Mathematics / Busi ness Mathematics / Computer Science / Information Technology / Informatics Practices/Multimedia & Web Tec hnology as one of the optional subjects with 50% or more (36% marks for SC/ST/OBC/SBC Category) in aggregate without any approximations. Category B: Irrespective of the stream (Arts / Science / Commerce), a candidate must have passed 10+2 level with 50% or more (36% marks SC/ ST/OBC/SBC category) in aggregate without any approximation, subject to the condition that he/she has qualified BCA Eligibility Test.

Graduates in Arts/Commerce/Science under 10+2+3 Scheme or an equivalent degree holder with a minimum of 40 % marks in aggregate or postgraduate with a 40% marks in aggregate. In case of SC/ST candidates, those with a degree or postgraduate degree may be eligible for admission, subject to fulfilment of other conditions

Those students who have passed 12th class or Intermediate under the scheme of 10+2 with minimum 50% marks in aggregate are eligible for admission in B. Com. (Part-I) Those students who have passed class 12th or equivalent examination under the scheme (10+2) with minimum of 48 % marks are eligible for admission in BBA.

Those students who have passed 12th class or Intermediate under the scheme of 10+2 with minimum 48% marks in aggregate are eligible for admission in B. A. (Part-I)

Faculty of Arts/Education/Social Science

Programme Name

Merit

Merit

Merit

Merit

Merit

120(SFS)

University Maharani College (Only Girls)

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES

120(SFS)

120(SFS)

30 (SFS)

120(SFS)

120(SFS)

120(SFS)

420(SFS)

480

No. of Seats

University Maharaja College (Only Boys)

University Commerce College (Only Boys)

Department of Physical Education

University Commerce College (Only Boys) University Maharani College (Only Girls) University Commerce College (Only Boys) University Maharani College (Only Girls)

University Rajasthan College (Only Boys)

Undergraduate Programmes (Self Financing) Lukrd ikB~;Øe(LofoÙk&iks Øe LofoÙk&iksf"kr) "kr Mode of Eligibility Where to Apply Admission


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Anybody having passed 10+2 Anybody having passed 10+2 is eligible for Certificate Course

Certificate in Persian Language

Certificate in Urdu Language

Certificate Course in Jain Darshan and Sanskriti

Certificate in Yoga Education

Faculty of Education

Certificate in Jyotish Bhooshan

Certificate in Jyotish Pragya

Certificate in Medical Astrology

Certificate in Spanish

An ybody having passed 10+2

Candidates having passed Senior Secondary examination from any stream or Uttar Madhyama from Sanskrit University or equivalent. Candidates having passed Senior Secondary examination from any stream or Uttar Madhyama from Sanskrit University or equivalent. Jyotish Pragya Certificate/ B. A. with Sanskrit or shastri or equivalent examination

Anybody having passed 10+2

Certificate in German

Certificate in French

10+2/Graduation and /or Post-Graduation from any stream with a minimum of 50% marks. Admission will be given purely on merit basis. The best of the percentage obtained at the last qualifying examination will be considered for admission. For more details contact department. 10+2/Graduation and /or Post-Graduation from any stream with a minimum of 50% marks. Admission will be given purely on merit basis. The best of the percentage obtained at the last qualifying examination will be considered for admission. For more details contact department. 10+2/Graduation and /or Post-Graduation from any stream with a minimum of 50% marks. Admission will be given purely on merit basis. The best of the percentage obtained at the last qualifying examination will be considered for admission. For more details contact department.

Faculty of Arts

Programme Name

Merit

Merit

Merit

Merit

Merit

Merit

Merit

Merit

Merit

Merit

Certificate Programmes lfVZfQdsV ikB~;Ă˜e Mode of Eligibility Admission

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Department of European Languages Literature and Cultural Studies

Department of Physical Education

Centre for Jyotirvigyan

Centre for Jyotirvigyan

Centre for Jyotirvigyan

Centre for Jain Studies

Department of Urdu & Persian

40

30

30

30

15

60

60

70

Department of European Languages Literature and Cultural Studies

Department of Urdu & Persian

70

No. of Seats

Department of European Languages Literature and Cultural Studies

Where to Apply

CERTIFICATE PROGRAMMES


FEE SCHEDULE

ADMISSION SCHEDULE 2012–2013 Prospectus and Admission Forms (on line) June 07, 2012 Last date for Generating on line Admission Forms

June 15, 2012

Last date for Submitting Hard Copy alongwith Challan

June 18, 2012

Last date for Generating on Line form with Late Fee (Rs.50) June 20, 2012 Last date for Submitting Hard Copy With Late Fee

June 23, 2012

Publication of Merit List

June 25, 2012

Last Date of Admission

July 30, 2012

Note : Wherever the entrance test is to be held the schedule shall be announced separately.

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FEE–SCHEDULE

Undergraduate Courses - Other than Self-Financing Courses Lukrd Lrjh; ikB~;Øe ¼LofoÙk iksf"kr ikB;Øeksa dks NksMdj½ University Fund fo'ofo|ky; fuf/k % Local Fund LFkkuh; fuf/k : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

izos'k 'kqYd@iqu% izos'k 'kqYd LFkkukUrj.k izek.k&i= 'kqYd lkekU; dkW'kueuh iz;ksx'kkyk dkW'kueuh f'k{k.k 'kqYd (Tution Fee)

Rs. 30.00 Rs. 10.00 Rs. 100.00 Rs. 100.00

Part-I Part-II, III & Hons. B.V.A. & B. P.A LL.B.-I, II and III Year

6. 7. 8. 9.

10.

11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

Rs. 900.00 Rs. 1080.00 Rs. 1200.00 Rs. 1200.00 iz;ksx'kkyk 'kqYd izfrekl Rs. 50.00 Vad.k 'kqYd izfrekl Rs. 50.00 fo'ofo|ky; ukekadu 'kqYd Rs. 75.00 ik=rk 'kqYd ¼cksMZ vkWQ lSd.Mjh ,T;qds'ku] Rs. 75.00

jktLFkku ds vfrfjä vU; cksMZ ds izoklh Nk=ksa ls½ jktLFkku fo'ofo|ky; Nk= la?k ¼viSDl ckWMh½ Rs. 20.00 lnL;rk 'kqYd ¼vf/k"Bkrk] Nk= dY;k.k dks lh/ks fHktokuk gSa½ v/;;u lkexzh 'kqYd ¼laLFkk/;{k }kjk fu/kkZfjr fd;k tk;sxk½ 'kfS{kd ;k=k 'kYqd ¼tgk¡ ikB;~Øe eas ikzo/kku g½S Rs. 200.00 ØhM+k fo'ofo|ky; [ksy cksMZ Rs. 100.00 fodkl 'kqYd ¼ijh{kk QkeZ tek djkrs le; Rs. 100.00 ns; gksxk½ lkewfgd Nk= chek ;kstuk va'knku Rs. 20.00 ch-fyc dEI;wVj ysc 'kqYd Rs. 2500.00

1. dEI;wVj ,dkmafVax dk ,sfPNd fo"k;

Rs. 1125.00

¼dsoy ch-dkWe- ikVZ&3½ 2. dEI;wVj ,Iyhds'kul 3. bUMfLVª;y ekbØksck;ksykWth@ 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.

Rs. 3750.00 Rs. 3750.00

ck;ksVsDuksykWth vkWfQl eSustesUV ,oa lSØsVsfj;y izsfDVl Rs. 2500.00 ØhM+k 'kqYd Rs. 65.00 okpuky; 'kqYd Rs. 40.00 iqLrdky; 'kqYd Rs. 40.00 izdk'ku 'kqYd Rs. 30.00 ifjp;&i= 'kqYd Rs. 20.00 ¼QksVks Nk=@Nk=k dks yxkuk gksxk½ ifjp; i= dh f}rh; izfr 'kqYd Rs. 65.00 Nk= lgk;rk dks"k 'kqYd Rs. 30.00 ikB~;srj dk;Zdyki 'kqYd Rs. 40.00 fodkl@leqUufr 'kqYd Rs. 95.00 fo"k; ifj"kn~ 'kqYd Rs. 65.00 ,u-vkj-,l-lh- 'kqYd Rs. 25.00 Nk=la?k 'kqYd Rs. 65.00 pfj= izek.k&i= 'kqYd Rs. 20.00 izkjfEHkd dEI;wVj vuqiz;ksx dk vfuok;Z Rs. 565.00 fo"k; ,y,y-ch- izsfDVdy ijh{kk 'kqYd@yhxy ,M] jsMfjcu ,oa vU; 'kqYd laLFkk/;{k }kjk fu/kkZfjr fd;k tk;sxk

fVIi.kh%&1- iz;ksx'kkyk 'kqYd fuEukuqlkj fy;k tk;sxk%& ¼v½ foKku ds lHkh Nk=@Nk=kvksa lsA ¼vk½ dyk@okf.kT; ladk; ds mu Nk=@Nk=kvksa ls tks oSdfYid fo"k;ksa esa ,d vFkok vf/kd iz;ksxkRed fo"k; i<+uk pkgrs gSaA 2- tgk¡ ij lkbfdy@LdVwj LV.SM dh lfqo/kk miyC/k g]S ogk¡ ij lkbfdy@niqfg;k okgu ls vkus okys iRz;d s Nk=@Nk=k ls :i;s 50-00 ¼ipkl #i;s ek=½ izfro"kZ fy;s tk;saxsA 3- mi;qZä 'kqYdksa ds vfrfjDr vU; 'kqYd ysus ds fy, dqyifr egksn; ls iwoZ vuqefr izkIr djuk vko';d gSA 39


FEE SCHEDULE

FEE–SCHEDULE 'kqYd vuqlwph Postgraduate Courses- Other than Self-Financing Courses LukÙkdksÙkj ikB~;Øe ¼LofoÙk iksf"kr ikB;Øeksa dks NksM+dj½ University Fund fo'ofo|ky; 1.

fuf/k

Local Fund

Admission Fees

Rs. 30.00

1.

izos'k 'kqYd 2.

Re-admission Fees

Rs. 30.00

Inter-Departmental

Rs. 25.00

2.

Transfer Certificate Fees

Rs. 10.00

3.

LFkkukUrj.k izek.k&i= 'kqYd 5.

Late Fee for Submission

6.

4.

Tuition Fees

5.

Library Caution Money

6.

Laboratory Fees

7.

Laboratory Caution Money Deposit ( See Note 2 below)

Rs. 100.00

10. University Enrolment Fees

Rs. 75.00

11. Eligibility Fee to be charged from students migrating from other Universities

Rs. 75.00

vU; fo'ofo|ky; ls vkus okys Nk=ksa }kjk ns; ik=rk 'kqYd 12. Games Fees

Rs. 50.00

ØhMk 'kqYd Rs. 65.00

b Library Fees for M.Phil.

Rs. 125.00

,e-fQy~- gsrq iqLrdky; 'kqYd (As prescribed by the Uni.)

fo'ofo|ky; ijh{kk 'kqYd ¼fo'ofo|ky; }kjk fu/kkZfjr½ 15. N.R.S.C. Fee

Rs. 20.00

,u-vkj-,l-lh- 'kqYd jktLFkku fo'ofo|ky; Nk= ifj"kn ¼visDl laLFkk laxBu½ dk lnL;rk 'kqYd Rs.100.00

fo'ofo|ky; [ksy ifj"kn 'kqYd Rs. 100.00

fodkl 'kqYd] ¼ijh{kk gsrq vkosnu&i= tek djus ds le; ns;½ Rs. 20.00

Nk= lewg chek gsrq va'knku fuf/k

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Development Fund Fees

Rs. 95.00

Election Fees

Rs. 65.00

pquko 'kqYd Rs. 65.00

b Department Library for M.Phil. Rs. 125.00 students (Department Library Fees be charged by those departments where Departmental Library Facility is provided

,e-fQy Nk=ksa ds fy, foHkkxh; iqLrdky;kas dk 'kqYd ¼dsoy mUgha foHkkxks ds laca/k esa ykxw½ tgk¡ foHkkxh; iqLrdky; gSA Rs. 20.00

10. Reading Material Fees (To be charged only by those Teaching Units where reading materials is supplied to the student)

(Fee to be determined by the Unit Concerned

v/;;u lkexzh 'kqYd ¼dsoy mUgh foHkkxks esa laca/k esa ykxw tgk¡ Nk=ksa dh v/;;u lkexzh nh tkrh gSA½ 11. Practical Exam Fee

Rs. 250.00

(For Students of Drawing & Painting) (Per Semester)

16. Rajasthan University Students Rs. 20.00 Council (Apex body) membership Fee

20. ,e-fyc-] dEI;wVj ysc 'kqYd

RS. 65.00

pfj= izek.k&i= 'kqYd

iqLrdky; 'kqYd

19. Contribution for Group Insurance of the Students

Subject Association Fees

9. Character Certificate Fees

13a Library Fees

18. Development Fee (To be charged at the time of submission of application form of examination)

Rs. 30.00

foHkkxh; iqLrdky; 'kqYd

fo'ofo|ky; ukekadu 'kqYd

17. University Sports Board Fee

Publication

8.a Departmental Library Fees

iz;ksx'kkyk /kjksgj jkf'k ¼uhps uksV 2- ns[ksa½

14. University Examination Fees

Rs. 30.00

fodkl dks"k 'kqYd

Rs. 100.00

iz;ksx'kkyk 'kqYd 9.

Students Aid Fund Fees Transfer Fees

fo"k; ifj"kn 'kqYd

Rs. 125.00

iqLrdky; /kjksgj jkf'k ¼dkW'ku euh½ 8.

Rs. 65.00

izdk'ku 'kqYd

Rs. 1200.00

f'k{k.k 'kqYd 7.

Duplicate Identity Card fees

Nk= lgk;rk dks"k 'kqYd] LFkkukUrj.k 'kqYd

Rs. 50.00

foyEc ls tek djkus laca/kh 'kqYd

Rs. 20.00

igpku&i= dh nwljh izfr gsrq 'kqYd

vUr%foHkkxh; 4.

Identity Card Fees (Photo be supplied by the students)

igpku&i= 'kqYd ¼Nk=ksa }kjk QksVks fn;s tk,¡A

iqu% izos'k 'kqYd 3.

LFkkuh; fuf/k

Rs. 2500.00

izk;ksfxd ijh{kk 'kqYd ¼fp=dyk ds Nk=ksa gsrq½

Fee once deposited shall not be refunded.

,d ckj tek fd;k x;k 'kqYd ykSVk;k ugha tk;sxkA


1. No Tuition fees will be charged from the women students studying in the University Departments and Constituent Colleges for all types of courses including technical education but excluding self-financing courses run by the University. 2. Students whose parents/guardians are nonincome tax payers and who belong to scheduled castes / scheduled tribes, other backward classes and special backwards classes and also students who are wards of non-income tax payer ex- army men are exempted from payment of tuition fee except in the case of Department of European Languages. 3. A student who is the ward of a defence personnel (or who himself is an ex-defence personnel) who was either permanently disabled or killed during (i) NEFA/LADDAKH operation of 1962 or (ii) Indo-Pak War of 1971 shall be exempted from payment of tuition fee, examination fee and hostel room rent, provided that: (a) the family is now permanently settled in Rajasthan, (b) the family is not in receipt of a pension exceeding Rs. 400/- p.m. and (c) the student submits in duplicate a certificate from the Commanding Officer of the Unit concerned under the Seal of his office in the proforma 4. A student who is orthopaedically handicapped shall be exempted from payment of tuition fee and examination fee provided he produces a certificate to that effect signed by a doctor not below the rank of a Junior Specialist and countersigned by the Principal Medical Officer that the candidate is permanently/partially disabled person. 5. (i) Blind, Deaf and dumb candidates will be exempted from payment of the examination fee. (ii) Those blind students who are admitted to Post-Graduate courses in the University Teaching Departments will be exempted from payment of Tuition Fee, Library Caution Money, Laboratory Caution Money, Laboratory Fee, Library Fee, Games Fee, Publication Fee, Students Aid Fund Fee, Non-Resident Students Centre Fee, but if a blind student resides in a Hostel, all Hostel Fees will be charged.

EXEMPTIONS

RULES FOR EXEMPTION /PARTIAL EXEMPTION FROM PAYMENT OF TUITION AND/OR OTHER FEES

Notes: 1. Laboratory Fee will be charged from all Students of the Science Faculty, and students in the Departments of Anthropology, Geography, Psychology and Statistics of the Faculty of Social Sciences and students in the Departments of Music and Drawing & Painting. 2. Laboratory Caution Money deposit will be charged from all students from whom laboratory fee is realized. 3 . Where a Cycle Stand is provided, a fee of Rs. 50.00 per annum will be charged from every student using a cycle/two-wheeler. 4. Publication Charge/Fee will be only in such Departments/Colleges where such facilities are available. 5 . Any other fees not specified here shall not be charged unless prior approval of the ViceChancellor has been obtained. 6. All deposits will be forfeited if not withdrawn within three academic sessions after leaving College/ University. 7. Students of P.G. Diploma Course in Indian Culture will be required to pay Rs. 600/- as tuition fee if they are regular students of a Post-graduate course in the University. 8. The Departments may not accept tuition fee from the hostllers for the II term unless they produce a 'No Dues Certificate' from the Warden concerned. A list of such hostllers shall be sent by the Resident Wardens to the Directors/Heads of the Department in advance. 9. Students belonging to Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes whose parents/ guardians are non- income- tax payers will be granted fresh admission or re-admission, as the case may be, on payment of the admission/re-admission fee of Rs. 30/- only and all other fees (excepting the fees from which they are exempted) will be deducted from their scholarship money. In case scholarship is not granted to them by the State Govt. they will be required to deposit the balance of fee failing which their admission will stand cancelled. 10. It is compulsory for all students to fill and deposit the "Group Insurance Form" and Fee of Rs. 20/-

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RESERVATION POLICY

Reservation Policy 1. (A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

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Reservation of seats/relaxation of marks for S.C., S.T., Physically Handicapped Candidates: 50% of the total number of seats in each course in the Faculties of Arts, Fine Arts, L a w, S o c i a l S c i e n c e s , S c i e n c e , Commerce, (including Honours, PreProfessional, Certificate/Diploma Course, if any, in all these Faculties) will be reserved in each College/Department for NATURAL BORN sons/ daughters of parents belonging to Scheduled Castes (16%), Scheduled Tribes (12%), OBC except creamy layer (21%) and SBC (1%) 3% of the total number of seats in each category and each course in the Faculties specified in (A) above will be reserved for Physically Handicapped candidates defined as Deaf/ Dumb/Blind/Loss of any limb with permanent disability. 1% of the total number of seats in each category and each course in the Faculties specified in (A) above will be reserved for the wards of Kashmiri Migrants. (i) All Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe OBC and SBC candidates who have passed the qualifying examination for admission to a University course may be arranged in order of merit within the category to which they belong. (ii) Those who have secured marks above the level upto which the general category students are admitted, they should not be counted towards reserved quota at all and should be included in the General Merit List of admissions. (iii) Excluding those admitted on merit along with general candidates as at (ii) above, other Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe OBC and SBC candidates should be admitted in the order of merit going down the inter-semerit list upto the point necessary to secure adequate number of candidates of Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes as well as OBC to fulfill the reservation percentage completely. (iv) It is clarified that in order to fill the reservation quota for SC, ST, OBC and SBC candidates, there should be no hesitation to go down, if necessary, to the pass percentage of the qualifying examination (e.g. class XII, for admission to B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. Pass Course as well as Honours Part I,and Bachelor's Degree for admission to a Post Graduate course, and so on).

(E) 15% supernumerary seats in all courses will be reserved for International Students including Persons of Indian Origin. Out of the 15% supernumerary seats 1/3rd i.e. 5% seats would be preferably filled by children of NRIs, on payment of five times the fee payable by a regular student of the same course. Note: (i) Candidates belonging to S.C., S.T., OBC and SBC category will be required to produce a certificate to that effect from a District M a g i s t r a t e / Te h s i l d a r / S u b - D i v i s i o n a l Magistrate, without which their cases will not be considered under the provision O.81-II, and as per directions of the State Government. (ii) Candidates claiming concession under clause (B) above shall be required to furnish a certificate in original from the Principal S.M.S. Medical College, Jaipur / Director, Rehabilitation Research Centre / Head of the Department concerned of S.M.S. Medical College, Jaipur. (iii)A relaxation of 5% marks in the minimum percentage of marks for admission under the provision I (B) shall be admissible to Physically Handicapped candidates defined as deaf/ dumb/blind/loss of any limb with permanent disability. Such cases will be screened and cleared by a Central Committee constituted for this purpose. No other concession or weightage of marks on any other score whatsoever shall however, be admissible to them. Ordinance 81-IV Notwithstanding anything contained in the Ordinances prescribing minimum percentage of marks for admission to the various courses of study, the Head of an Institution may fix a higher minimum percentage of marks ''for students other than those belonging to SC/ST category'' for regulating admission in the college concerned. Provided that a relaxation of 5% in the minimum percentage of marks prescribed for admission under the above provisions shall be admissible to Physically Handicapped candidates defined as deaf/ dumb/ blind/loss of any limb with permanent disability. No other concession or weightage in marks on any other score whatsoever shall, however, be admissible to them.


S. No. 1. 2.

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24.

Men Athletics Aquatics (Swimming , Diving and Water Polo) Badminton Basketball Chess Cricket Cycling Football Gymnastics Hockey Kabaddi Kho-Kho Shooting Table Tennis Tennis Judo Hand-ball Cross Country Wrestling Archery Volley-ball Boxing Squash Racket Weight lifting and Best Physique

S. No. 1. 2.

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 1 0. 11. 1 2. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21.

Women Athletics Aquatics (Swimming, and Diving) Badminton Basketball Chess Cricket Cycling Football Gymnastics Hockey Kabaddi Kho-Kho Shooting Table Tennis Tennis Judo Handball Cross Country Wrestling Archery Volley-ball

CONCESSIONS

O-81-III Concessions for Purposes of Admission (i) Weightage of marks will be given while preparing the merit list only if the candidate has secured the minimum percentage of marks prescribed, if any, for admission to the courses; (ii) Achievement in N.C.C. and Scouting/ Rovering at the School level are valid only for Under-graduate admissions and those at the college level for Postgraduate/Law admissions, only once; (iii) In case a candidate, after the award of the concession marks, secures marks equal to any other candidate appearing in the list, the candidate(s) having secured equal percentage of marks without addition of the concession marks shall be given preference in admission; (iv) The concession of marks under the various clauses of this Ordinance will be given to a candidate to his/her advantage under any one of the clauses and not under more than one clause; (v) The above concessions shall also be admissible to candidates seeking provisional admission (Supplementary candidates) under the provisions of O.198; (vi) For the purpose of this Ordinance only the following sports/games shall be recognised. Certified copies of Certificates should be attached to the application form for admission and shall not be entertained subsequently:

(vii) If a student who has been given admission on the basis of concession as mentioned above does not appear on the College/University play grounds/ courts for a regular practice, his admission may be cancelled at the discretion of the Head of the Institution concerned. (viii)In the interest of the Institution, the Head of the Institution may refuse the above concessions. He may also refuse admission if he is doubtful about the authenticity of the certificate and/or about the candidate's conduct. Important Note : 1. Every student claiming concession on account of participation in Sports and Co-curricular activities as per the above provisions shall submit a separate application form on the prescribed proforma without which the certificates(s) will not be considered and concession of marks shall not be given. 2. A written undertaking shall be obtained from the students to the effect that in case any of these statements made or documents filed are found to be wrong or forged, his admission to the Department/Institution shall be liable to be cancelled and he shall subject himself to further disciplinary action in that regard.

Sports The following concessions shall be admissible to the outstanding players and atheletes seeking admission to the various courses of study in the Faculties of Arts, Commerce, Education, Fine Arts, Law, Management, Science and Social Sciences. (A) The following categories of candidates shall be eligible for admission to a course irrespective of the marks obtained by them at the qualifying examination(s) provided they fulfill the conditions of eligibility laid down in other Ordinances: (i) Those who have been sponsored by the Ministry of Education and Social Welfare to represent the Nation in games and sports in International Tournaments at least once in the immediately preceding two years; (ii) Those who have been sponsored by the InterUniversity Sports Board to represent the Indian Universities in games and sports in National Tournaments at least once in the immediately preceding two years; (iii) (a) Those who have represented both the University and the State of Rajasthan in games and sports in the Inter- University and National Championship respectively at least once in the immediately preceding two years; (b) Those who have represented both the University and the State of Rajasthan in games and sports in the Inter-University and National Junior Tournaments, respectively at least once in the immediately preceding two years; (iv) Those who have been members of either the University Rajasthan state teams in 43


CONCESSIONS

games and sports which have been declared winners or runners-up in the Inter-University or National Senior/ Junior Tournaments and those who have been holders of First Three Positions in individual events in either of the above tournaments at least once in the immediately preceding two years; (v) Those who have represented the State Schools in games and sports in School National Tournaments at least once in the immediately preceding two years; (SGFI) and (vi) Those who have represented the Nation in a World Jamboori organised under the auspices of the country; B) The following categories of candidates shall be eligible for a weightage of 5% of the total aggregate of the marks prescribed for the qualifying examination while preparing the merit list. This weightage will also be taken into consideration towards the fulfillment of the minimum requirement for admission prescribed, if any, by the Head of an Institution under the provisions of O.82-IV of the University Handbook Part-II (i) Those who have represented the University in games and sports in the Inter-University Tournaments held under the auspices of the InterUniversity Sports Board at least once in the immediately preceding two years; (ii)Those who have represented the State of Rajasthan in games and sports in the National Championships held under the auspices of the National Federations at least once in the immediately preceding two years. Note : For the purpose of claiming the above weightage, the applicant has to submit School/ College/District and such other relevant certificates(s) to prove the link of his representation upto that level. (C) The following categories of candidates shall be eligible for a weightage of 2% of the total aggregate of marks prescribed for the qualifying examination while preparing the merit list for admission to a course: (i)Those who have represented their respective schools in games and sports at Education Department Tournaments at least once in the immediately preceding two years; (ii)Those who have represented their respective colleges in games and sports at the Inter-collegiate Tournaments held under the auspices of the University Sports Board or Directorate of Sanskrit Education, Rajasthan, at least once in the immediately preceding two years; (iii)Those who have represented the State in a National Jamboori organised under the auspices of any of the States of India in the immediately preceding two years. Provided further that members of the teams which have been declared Winners or Runners-up and holders of the First Three Positions in individual events in the immediately preceding two years in the Rajasthan State School Inter- Zonal/ Central, School/University Inter Collegiate Tournaments will be given an additional weightage of 2% of the total aggregate of marks prescribed for the qualifying examination while preparing the merit list for admission to a course. 44

Note: For the purpose of claiming the above concessions, the certificates submitted have to be countersigned by the Head of the Institution. Co-curricular Activities (National Jamboori / NSS) Weightage of marks to the candidates who have taken part in co-curricular activities at the various levels: (i) Candidates sponsored by the Ministry of Education and Social Welfare to represent the Nation in co-curricular activities at the International level at least once in the immediately preceding two years shall be eligible for admission to the course irrespective of the marks obtained by them at the qualifying examination provided they fulfil the conditions of eligibility laid down in other Ordinances. (ii) A weightage of 10 marks to a candidate who has represented his/her University in the preceding session in co-curricular activities at the Inter-University Competitions. Such a candidate should have been sponsored officially by the Registrar. The Vice-Chancellor will decide the authority to be treated as sponsoring authority for such a candidate for admission to be made for the session. (iii) Those volunteers who have completed 120 hours of services under N.S.S. in the immediately preceding two years shall be given a concession of 7 marks. (iv) Those volunteers who have completed 120 hours of service and have attended one special camp organised under the N.S.S. for the entire duration of the Camp in the immediately preceding two years, a concession of 10 marks (or a percentage equivalent or higher) may be given. (v) Those volunteers who have completed 240 hours of service at School or at University level and have attended two special camps organised under the N.S.S. for their full duration in the immediately preceding two years, a concession of 15 marks may be given. (vi) Albino candidates will be given a concession of 10 marks. (vii) Wards of Military personnel or the wards of ExArmy men not paying income-tax will be given a concession of 15 marks. NCC (i) (a) N.C.C. Cadets representing the Nation in any activity sponsored by the Ministry of Education and Social Welfare/ Defence/ D.G., N.C.C. Delhi, shall be eligible for admission to the course irrespective of the marks obtained by them at the qualifying examination, provided they fulfil the conditions of eligibility laid down in other Ordinances. (b)(i) All India Best Cadet Award (Girls/Boys) Army,Navy, Air Force, S.D., J.D. will be eligible for outright admission as per the above clause. (ii) A weightage of 3% marks of the total aggregate of marks prescribed for the qualifying examination will be given to those


Scouts/ Guides / Rover Scouts/Ranger Guides (i) The following categories of Scouts/ Guides/Rover Scouts/Ranger Guides shall be eligible for admission to a course irrespective of the marks obtained by them at the qualifying examination provided they fulfill the conditions of eligibility laid down in other Ordinances: (a) Those who have been sponsored by the National Headquarters, Bharat Scouts and Guides to represent in International events at least once in the immediately preceding five years. This privilege will be given to those who have been regular members of the Crew/Team for the last two years. (b) Those who have been awarded President's Scout/Guide Certificate or President's Rover/Ranger Award by the President of India in the immediately preceding two years. (ii) The following categories of Scouts/ Guides/ Rover Scouts/Ranger Guides shall be eligible for a Weightage of 5% of the total aggregate of marks prescribed for the qualifying examination while preparing the Merit List. This weightage will also be taken into consideration towards the fulfillment of minimum requirement for admission prescribed, if any, by the Head of an Institution under the provisions of 0.81-IV of the University Handbook Part II: “Those who have been sponsored by the State Headquarters, Bharat Scouts and Guides in National Events at least once in the immediately preceding five years. This privilege will be given to only thosewho have been regular members of the Crew/Team for the last two years i.e.Rover/Ranger Samagam.” (iii) A weightage of 3% marks of the total aggregate of marks prescribed for the Scouts/Guides/Rover Scouts/Ranger Guides of the following categories: (a) Those who have been awarded First Class Certificate by the State Commissioner in the immediately preceding two years. (b) Those who have attended the Mountaineering Basic Course in the immediately preceding two years. (c) Those who have attended the Rover Meet/Ranger Meet and their Crew/Team has been awarded at least three standards in the immediately preceding two years. (iv) A Weightage of 2% marks of the total aggregate of marks prescribed for the qualifying examination will be given to the Scouts/ Guides/Rover Scouts/ Ranger Guides of the following categories: (a) Those who have been awarded Ramblers Badge and Certificate in the immediately preceding two years. (b) Those who have participated in Divisional Level Scout crafts and other competitions in the immediately preceding two years. (c) Those who have attended an Adventure Camp at the National/ State level in the immediately preceding two years. (d) Those who have attended the Rover meet training camp at the State level in the immediately preceding two years. 45

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N.C.C. cadets who have completed one or more of the following : (a) R.D. Camp (Note: 1% marks over and above the 3% marks will be given to those cadets getting 1st and 2nd prizes in any event at the R.D. Camp); (b) All India Advanced Leadership Camp; (c) Para Jumping Course (Note: 1% marks over and above the 3% marks will be given to those cadets completing the Sky Diving Course); (d) Basic Mountaineering Course or participation in D.G., N.C.C. organised Mountaineering Expeditions on peaks which are 20,000 feet and above (Note : 1% marks over and above the 3% marks will be given to those N.C.C. Cadets completing the Adventure Mountaineering and Advanced Mountaineering Course); (e) “C” Certificate for boys and G-II Certificate for girls who have attained 'B' grading (Note : 1% marks over and above 3% marks will be given to cadets getting 'A' grade); (f) Snow Skiing Course; (g) A Part-II for boys and J Part-II for girls in Junior Division N.C.C.; (h) A cadet who has achieved the rank of S.U.O. (iii) A weightage of 2% marks of the total aggregate of marks prescribed for the qualifying examination will be given to those N.C.C. cadets who have completed one or more of the following : (a) All India Summer Training Camp (Army, Navy and Air force); (b) “C” Certificate for Boys and G Part-II for Girls with a “C” grading; (c) All India Basic Leadership Course; (d) Attendance with the Regular Army/ Navy/Air Force for a minimum period of 3 weeks; (e) Water Skiing Course; (f) A Part-I for boys and J Part-I for girls in the Junior Division N.C.C.; (g) A cadet who has achieved the rank of U.O. (iv) A weightage of 1% marks of the total aggregate of marks prescribed for the qualifying examination will be given to the N.C.C. cadets who have completed one or more of the following in the immediately preceding two years. (a) “B” certificate for boys and G-Part I for girls; (b) Rock Climbing Course; (c) Participation in competitions/activities held after selection by the Group Commander and organised under the auspices of N.C.C. Directorate, Rajasthan; (d) A cadet who has achieved a Sergeant's rank.


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(e) Those who have rendered 240 hours Community Social Service in the immediately preceding two years. (f) Those who have contributed at least 50% individually in getting the Prime Minister's Shield Certificate in the immediately preceding two years. (g) Those who have attended Rover/ Ranger Training Camp at the Divisional Level in the immediately preceding two years. (h) Those who have contributed at least 50% individually in achieving Standard of Nine Point Programme of the Rajasthan State Bharat Guides/ Scout in the immediately preceding two years. (v) A weightage of 1% marks of the total aggregate of the marks prescribed for the qualifying examination will be given to the Scouts/ Guides/ Rover Scouts/ Ranger Guides of the following categories: (a) Those who have been awarded Second Class Certificate duly countersigned by the State Organizing Commissioner. (b) Those who have rendered 120 hours Community Social Service in the, immediately preceding one year. Mountaineering The following weightage of marks shall be given to the candidates who have taken part in Mountaineering: (i) Basic Course in Mountaineering 1% organised by University/Recognised Institutes (ii) Advanced Course in Mountaineering 2% organised by University Recognised Institutes (iii) Adventure Programmes organised by 3% University or the Ministry of Education and reached 20,000 ft. height or above (iv) National Representation in International 5% Expeditions Note : Subject to the provision of clauses B and F above: Defence Personnel (i) The wards of such defence personnel of state domicile who are killed in action shall be admitted irrespective of merit provided they fulfil the eligibility conditions laid down for the course. The seats shall be limited to 3% of total seats on supernumerary basis. Concessions for the Wards of Kashmiri Migrants The following concession shall be admissible to the wards of Kashmiri Migrants in the matter of admission in 2012-2013. (i) Extension in date of admission by about 30 days; (ii) Relaxation in cut-off percentage upto 10% subject to minimum eligibility requirement; (iii) Increase in intake capacity upto 5% course-wise; (iv) Reservation of atleast one seat in merit quota in technical/professional institutions; (v) Waiving of domicile requirements; (vi) Facilitation of migration in second and subsequent years. Concessions for the Son/Daughter / Grandson /

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Reservation will be made only as per government policy (i.e. S.C.-16%, S.T. 12%, OBC 21% and SBC 1% PH 3% in each category). Ordinance 168-A O.168-A. Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, a candidate shall in no case be permitted to appear at two main examinations of the University simultaneously in the same year. N.B.: This will not apply to the examination for Diploma in Indian Culture and Certificate/Diploma in Modern European Languages/Sanskrit/ Persian/ StenoTyping/Certificate in Spoken English/ Certificate Course in Dramatics/Certificate Course in Computer Application / Diploma in Journalism / Tourism and Hotel Management. Important Instructions Ragging is strictly prohibited in the University Campus/Constituent Colleges and outside University Campus. If any incident of ragging comes to the notice of the authority, the concerned student shall be first given opportunity to explain and if his/her explanation is not found satisfactory, the authority would expel him/her from the institution as per the directives of Hon'ble Supreme Court. (Each admitted student has to submit an affidavit that he/she will not be involved in any activity related to ragging) Candidates are advised to acquaint themselves with the University Statutes/ Ordinances/ Rules/Regulations/ Syllabi (Syllabi are available on University website http://www.uniraj.ac.in and prescribed books as well as with the amendments made therein from time to time which are applicable to their courses. All students admitted to the university are required to always carry their current identity cards duly authenticated by the Unit Head concerned, failing which disciplinary action may be taken against them. Students are advised to read the relevant Ordinances printed by the University. Committee for "Prevention of Sexual harassment of women at work place" has been formed as per the directives of Hon'ble Supreme Court Judgement (1997). The complaint can be made in writing to respective Head/Principal or to the above committee at the Centre for Women's Study, University of Rajasthan, Main Campus. Admission to M.Phil. and Ph.D. courses shall be through entrance test to be notified by the University. It is mandatory on the part of every student seeking admission to M.Phil. Course in the University to undergo Thalassemia test from any Govt. Hospital/Recognized Medical Institution. Medical Report to this effect will be submitted to the Unit Head concerned at the time of depositing the fee. For this purpose students may take assistance from the Incharge, University Health Centre/Dean, Students' Welfare. All students will be a part of group insurance.


For clarification regarding any issue, contact the Principal of the College, or Head of the Department or Director of the Centre concerned. Lukrd@LukrdksÙkj@izksQs'kuy ikB~;Øeksa ds vafre o"kZ ds fu;fer Nk=ksa ,oa ih-,pMh- Nk=ksa dks izos'k 'kqYd ,oa iathdj.k 'kqYd tek djkrs le; #- 400@& nh{kkUr 'kqYd ¼dUoksds'ku 'kqYd½ Hkh tek djkuk gksxkA RULES FOR ADMISSION General Rules 1. Admission of a student to a course shall be subject to the conditions prescribed by the relevant University Ordinances/Rules as applicable to the course in which admission is sought. 2. Students shall not be eligible for admission to a course unless they have passed the qualifying examination or any other examination recognized for the purpose and possess such other qualifications (if any) as may be prescribed by the Ordinances. 3. Admission to post-graduate programmes ( M.A. / M. Com. / M. Sc. / M. Tech. / MSW / MFC / MCCA / M.P.Ed. / M. Lib. / MCA / L.L.M. / ALL PG Diploma) in the University shall be based on objective type test (70% weightage) and academic record of qualifying examination (30% weightage). a) Applications for admission to various post-graduate programmes of study in the teaching departments /Constituent colleges of the University shall be submitted online as per notification of admission by the University. The hard copy of the application complete in all respects shall be submitted as follows (I) Programmes for which entrance test is not conducted, the hard copy will be submitted to the respective Department/Constituent College. (II) Programmes for which entrance test is conducted the hard copy should be submitted at any place out of the following1. Director, PG School of Humanities 2. Director PG School of Social Science 3. Director PG School of Commerce AFTER LAST DATE GIVEN IN UNIVERSITY NOTIFICATION NO APPLICATION WILL BE ENTERTAINED. b) The Schedule and other details of admission for the programmes namely M. Phil, Ph. D MBA, B. Tech.-M Tech. in CCT, M. Ed. ,B. A. LLB (Hons.) shall be notified by University separately. 4. Acceptance of application form does not guarantee admission.

5. Jurisdiction of Court Cases: All court cases shall be subject to the jurisdiction of the Rajasthan University headquarters at Jaipur and not any other place. 6. Seats will be reserved for S.C., S.T., OBC (except creamy layer), SBC, Kashmiri Migrants and Differently abled applicants as per Government of Rajasthan policy/as per directions of Hon'ble High Court of Rajasthan. 7. Concession/Weightage in the aggregate of marks at the academic record only is admissible for purposes of admission to the various courses of study as per provisions of O.81 III 8. Admissions will be made on the basis of merit (in case of PG Programmes Test Marks + Academic Record + Concession / Weightage Marks (if applicable) ) subject to the availability of seats in each category and fulfilment of the conditions laid down by the University for the purpose from time to time. 9. A student who has secured his/her percentage of marks without the addition of concession / weightage marks shall rank higher in order of merit than the one who has secured the same percentage of marks with the addition of the concession/weightage marks allowed to him/her under the rules. 10. All admissions will be provisional till the applicant completes all the formalities required. 11. Payment of Fee: No student shall be treated as admitted to a course till he/she has deposited the necessary fees (admission, tuition and others). All fees will be charged for 12 months irrespective of the date of admission. Fees once paid shall not be refunded except the caution money. 12. The deposited caution money will be refundable only after clearance of dues, if any, when claimed within three sessions of leaving the College/ Department. 13. N.T.S. Applicants: National Talent Scholars (selected by the N.C.E.R.T.) may be admitted outright provided they fulfill the minimum eligibility conditions. Only such NTS candidates shall get admission who are eligible to draw the scholarship.However NTS applicants are required to appear in entrance test. 14. Non-Rajasthan Applicants: Not more than 10% students shall be admitted from institutions outside Rajasthan. Such candidates should have secured a First Division (60%) and should be otherwise eligible. However, the condition of obtaining a First Division may be relaxed in the case of: (i) Female candidates migrating to Rajasthan on account of their marriage to a resident of Rajasthan. (ii) Male candidates, who after passing the qualifying examination from any other University, have passed a three-year course from this University, and (iii) Son/ Daughter of a serving employee of the Central Government or a Public Sector Organization posted in Rajasthan. They will be considered for admission on the basis of merit at par with candidates from Rajasthan. 47

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All the admission forms duly filled in should be submitted in the University Department/ Centre/ College/Institute concerned.


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15. Non-Rajasthan students securing a second division from other states may also be considered subject to the availability of seats after all the eligible students from Rajasthan and First Division holders from other States have been accommodated. The rule of minimum percentage wherever applicable, will however, be followed. 16. Admission of Candidates with a Supplementary: (i) An applicant who is declared eligible to appear at the Supplementary Examination have to appear in the entrance test for seeking admission to next higher class. (ii) The applicant will be provisionally admitted, at his/her own risk, to the next higher class in the beginning of the session by the last day fixed for admission subject to the conditions mentioned in the clause given below. He/she will be assumed to have secured minimum pass marks in the subject of supplementary examination for the purpose of preparation of merit list for admission. (iii) A candidate who fails or absents him/her self at the Supplementary Examination shall have no right to continue in the next higher class and his/her provisional admission to the next higher class shall stand cancelled automatically. 17. Admission of candidates on declaration of Revaluation Results and disposal of cases of Unfair Means: Admission of candidates who become eligible for admission to join the next higher class as a result of revaluation shall be governed by the provisions of Ordinance 157-A and of those who become eligible for admission to join the same class or next higher class on disposal of their cases of the use of unfair means by the provisions of O.152. Applicants seeking admission in PG programmes have to submit their revised result before the last day fixed for the admission. 18. Students who, even though, they had the required attendance could not appear at the examination owing to their hospitalization / illness may be admitted on production of medical certificate of their sickness and hospitalization. Such a certificate must have been submitted before the end of the examination. 19. Admission of in-service Candidates: In-service candidates may be allowed admission to the various courses under the Faculties of Arts, Law, Science and Commerce on production of a 'No Objection-CumCharacter Certificate' from their employers, without which their applications will not be considered. 'Inservice candidates' refers to employees of Central or State Government, Statutory bodies, Govt. Controlled Undertakings, Banks and employees of Govt. recognised and aided colleges, institutions and registered firms. But such students are also required to appear in entrance test. 20. Admission of Candidates from other Universities: A student migrating from a University shall not be admitted to any year of the course other than the first except as otherwise provided for in the University Ordinances and such a student shall be required, by the concerned Head, to obtain an 'Eligibility Certificate' from the University. Application for such a certificate accompanied by a fee of Rs.75/- and necessary qualifying certificate shall be made to the 48

Registrar through the Head of the concerned department to which he/she is seeking admission on the printed form (obtainable from the concerned Department) by the last date fixed for admission (Ordinance 86). 21. Special rules for admission of International Students are given separately in this prospectus. 22. Non-eligibility: The following categories of students shall not be eligible for admission: (a) `Candidates who are declared failed; (b) Candidates who are bvdetained from appearing at an examination on account of shortage of attendance; (c) Candidates who did not appear in an examination after filling the examination form and thereby could not pass a class; (d) `Candidates who were notified as unauthorized occupants of any accommodation in any of the University Hostel by the Chief Warden/Warden concerned in the immediately preceding year. However, a candidate belonging to categories (a) or (b) or (c) above may be admitted to the same class once again if he/she has participated in the Inter-Collegiate Tournaments of the University or InterUniversity/ Inter-State/ International Tournaments/ championships during the immediately preceding year and in the case of Inter-Collegiate Tournaments the candidate himself or his/her team should have figured in the first three positions in the tournament. Such a candidate will not be re-admitted to the same class more than once. (e) (i) Any candidate against whom an F.I.R. has been lodged by the University or any of the Constituent Colleges or any Affiliated College or by any other competent Authority/ Officer of the University/ College shall not be eligible for admission as a regular candidate in any of the Departments of the University/Constituent Colleges/ Affiliated Colleges/ Institutions; (ii) Any person who has been convicted of criminal offence involving moral turpitude shall not be eligible for admission as a regular student in any of the Departments of the University/ Constituent Colleges/ Affiliated Colleges/ Institutions; and (iii) Any candidate who has been found guilty in any misbehaviour with any teacher or with any authority/official of the University shall be debarred from seeking admission in any of the Departments of the University/ Constituent Colleges/ Affiliated Colleges/ Institutions. For Undergraduate Programmes Only 1. 5% marks will be deducted in case of faculty change students seeking admission from Science to Art/ Commerce, Arts to Commerce and Commerce to Fine Arts Faculty. This will be done while preparing the merit list so as to benefit students of the same faculty. 2. While preparing the merit list 5% marks will be deducted of those vocational courses students


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For Postgraduate Programmes Only Submission of Application Form The Candidate should submit Hard Copy of Application Form, for entrance test duly filled in all respects, to the any place out of the following (i) Hony. Director, PG School of Humanities (ii) Hony. Director, PG School of Social Science (iii)Hony. Director,PG School of Commerce Candidates are required to submit self attested copies of documents/certificates in support of minimum Academic Eligibility along-with the hard

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who have passed their senior secondary exam and are desirous to seek admission to the first year of B.A. and B.Com Course. Students who have failed in one faculty can change their faculty on the basis of their qualifying exams provided their general conduct and practice have been satisfactory. Such student will be considered as new entrant Faculty change is allowed only once. Students who have passed their last qualifying exam either in 2011 or 2010 and have not taken admission any where in the interim period, will be considered new entrants. Such student must give an undertaking on a ten rupees nonjudical stamp paper stating that they have not taken admission anywhere. Students who have passed their last qualifying exam in 2009 or before that will not been eligible for admission. Admission of Non-Collegiate Candidates: A candidate passing the First Year/Second Year/ Part I/ Part II Examination of a course of study as a non-collegiate candidate (wherever permitted) shall not be eligible for admission to the next higher class in a college. However, a candidate passing the previous examination of a course of study as a non-collegiate candidate may be considered for admission to the next higher class of the same course of study if seats are available, provided (i) A candidate who secures a minimum of 50% marks in the case of Faculties of Arts, Fine Arts and Social Sciences, and 55% marks in the case of Faculties of Science and Commerce in the aggregate at the First Year /Part I Examination of the University or an examination recognised by the University as equivalent thereto shall be eligible for admission as a regular student to the next higher class of the same course of study. (ii) A candidate who has passed the First Year/Part I Examination as a regular student and the Second Year/Part II Examination as a non-collegiate candidate shall also be eligible to take admission to the Final Year/Part III class of the same course as a regular student if he/she has obtained a minimum of 50% marks in the aggregate at the Second Year/Part II Examination. N.B.:The expression ''Non-Collegiate candidates excludes ex-students O. 81-1 (iii).

copy of application form. Original Certificates / documents shall be submitted only at the time of Counselling in the concerned Department of the University for which a separate notification shall be issued after the declaration of UNIVERSITY OF RAJASTHAN ADMISSION TEST FOR PG (URATPG) result. Achievement Categories Eligibility for admission under the categories of Sports, N.C.C., N.S.S./ Bharat Scouts and Guides and Cultural and Literary Activities shall be based on outstanding performance displayed during the 3 year tenure of B.A./B.Sc./B.Com./B.B.A./B.C.A (General Course, 10+2+3 pattern) or a Programme recognised as equivalent there of subject to the conditions laid down in the relevant statutes. Candidates are required to enclose self attested copies of certificate / document pertaining to achievement categories with along-with the hard copy of application form. Certificate Required Candidate has to submit self attested copies of certificate/Documents along with the hard copy of online generated application form (1) Secondary School Marks sheet (2) Higher Secondary School Marks sheet (3) Undergraduate degree Marks sheet (4) Caste Certificate (if applicable) (5) Certificate / document pertaining to achievement categories. (6) Any other document which you think is supporting Display of List After the declaration of the result of University of Rajasthan Entrance Test (URATPG), candidates are required to make contact with the respective Department. Admission shall be finalised and notified by the Admission Committee of the Department concerned by the date specified for the purpose. Under no circumstances, the seats lying vacant in the departments on the last prescribed date for completion of admission will be filled up by the Head of the Department / Admission Committee unless the candidate falls immediately next in merit to the last admitted candidate in the category. If some seats still remain vacant, these will be referred to the Appellate Committee for consideration. NOTE: 1

NO SEPARATE INTIMATION REGARDING SELECTION TO A PROGRAMME OF STUDY SHALL BE SENT TO THE APPLICANT. THE CANDIDATES ARE DIRECTED TO REMAIN IN TOUCH WITH THE DEPARTMENT CONCERNED AND WATCH THE NOTICE BOARD OF THE CONCERNED DEPARTMENT AND UNIVERSITY ADMISSION WEBSITE (http://uniraj.edu.in) FOR DAY TO DAY INFORMATION.

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Warning (a) Mere appearance in University of Rajasthan Entrance Test (URATPG) doesn't ensure admission to a programme of study in the University. Each candidate shall ensure that he/she fulfils the Eligibility Criteria and that the particulars furnished in the Admission Form are complete and correct in all respects. In case, it is detected at any stage that a candidate does not fulfill the eligibility criteria and/or has furnished incorrect information or suppressed any material information, his/her candidature will be cancelled and if already admitted, shall be liable to forfeit the benefits accrued there from, besides rustication from the University. (b) In case the applicant for admission is found to have indulged in ragging in the past or if it is noticed later that he/she has indulged in ragging, admission may be refused or he/she shall be expelled from the educational institution. However, if any incident of ragging comes to the notice of the authority, the concerned student shall be given opportunity to explain and if his/her explanation is not found satisfactory, the authority would expel him / her from the Institution. ABOUT UNIVERSITY OF RAJASTHAN ENTRANCE TEST (URATPG) (i) Admission to the PG Departments of the University of Rajasthan, Jaipur shall be made on the basis of Entrance Test and Academic Merit of Qualifying Examination. The final merit of a candidate out of 100 shall be calculated by giving a weightage of 70 i.e. marks obtained in the Entrance Test and a weightage of 30 to the percentage of marks obtained in the qualifying examination. (ii) There shall be 70 objective type questions carrying one (1) mark each for each subject/programme: 60 questions of the concerned subject/programme within the notified syllabus and 10 questions on Logic and Reasoning. (iii) Candidates can apply for appearing in the Entrance Test of a maximum of 5 Subjects' tests. The candidate can offer maximum 8 programmes either in one faculty or in more than one faculty. These 8 Programmes would be available within the scope of these five subjects. The duration for each paper shall be 75 minutes (ie. One hour and fifteen minutes). (iv) The time Schedule of entrance test will be notified separetly. (v) Centres for Examinations: The Centre for University of Rajasthan Entrance Test (URATPG) and roll number will be given on admission card which can be downloaded from University website. (v) Fee for the University of Rajasthan Entrance Test (URATPG) to be charged from each candidate shall be as follows: S. General SC/ST No. and others Opting for one Subject Rs. 200/Rs. 100/1.

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(vii)Totally blind candidates must arrange amanuensis on their own & should carry attested copies of certificate issued in accordance with Statute 17 (A) (ii). Moreover attested copies of Marks Card/Certificate and Photo Identity of Amanuensis who should not be qualified more than 10+2, be also submitted to the Superintendent of the Entrance Test Centre. viii) PUBLICATION OF ANSWER KEY: The University shall publish the Answer Key pertaining to URATPGon the University website. Candidates having any doubt with respect to Answer Key/Questions in the URATPG can communicate the same to the Office of the Convenor, URATPG within two days after the publication of Answer Key.


Eligibility Criteria for Admission Ph.D. Programme At least 60% marks in Master's Degree or equivalent in the related field. Postgradudate Programme Master of Philosophy At least 60% marks in Master's Degree or equivalent in the related field. Master of Arts / Master of Commerce / Master of Fine Arts / Master of Science / PG Diploma. At least 60% marks in Bachelor's Degree or equivalent Undergraduate Programmes Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Commerce / Bachelor of Fine Arts / Bachelor of Computer Applications/ Bachelor of Business Administration/ Bachelor of Home Science/ Diploma Courses/ Certificate courses At least 60% marks in XII / A level / School Leaving Examination or equivalent Fee Schedule Application Processing fee

US $100

Tuition Fee Ph. D. Programme

US $ 1200 per annum

Postgraduate Diploma/ Masterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Course

US $ 1000 per annum

Certificate / Diploma / Bachelor Degree

US $ 500 per annum

Note: 15% supernumerary seats in all courses will be reserved for International Students including persons of Indian Origin. Out of the 15% supernumerary seats 1/3 i.e. 5% seats would be preferably filled by children of NRIs on payment of five times the fee payable by a regular students of the course. All enquiries and applications for admission should be addressed to: International Students' Advisor, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur General Guidelines 1. As notified by the Government of India vide their letter No. F.805/81-N.S.3 dated March 5, 1981, the Indian Missions abroad will issue Students Visas to those students who produce Letters of Admission from the University concerned and not from the College affiliated to this University. 2. Residential or Self permit granted for studies and Entry-Visa for more than six months will be treated at par with Student-Visa 3. The admission of a self-financing student will be confirmed only after getting clearance from

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the other Ministry of Human Resource Development (Department of Education), Government of India New Delhi or the High Commission/Embassy concerned. 4. International students are required to submit medical certificate from the specified authority at Indian Missions abroad will issue Student Visas to the time of their admission. 5. An International student who fails shall be given one more chance for readmission as a regular student in the same class. This concession can be claimed by a candidate only once for a particular course of study. International students cannot appear as non-collegiate students. 6. The University shall not accept any admission on transfer basis during the course from educational institutions. 7. HIV test is compulsory for all International students seeking admission to various courses in the University. General Information (i)

Travel Documents needed: On arrival in India an International student must produce a valid national passport or other documentary evidence satisfactorily establishing his/her identity and nationality and a valid Indian visa from the Consulate. (ii) Medical/Travel Insurance: It is advisable to take to cover for theft, loss or illness. (iii) Foreign Travel Tax: INR 500 or as per Govt rules has to be paid at the airport as Foreign Travel Tax. (iv) Tax Clearance Certificate: If an International student's stay in India exceeds 120 days he/she would be required to furnish a Tax Clearance Certificate to leave the country. This is to prove that he/she did not earn money while in India. (v) The Indian Money System:. Indian rupees are available in denominations of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500, 1000. (vi) Working Hours of Banks and Post Offices: Opening hours for all banks generally are from 10 am to 4 pm on weekdays and till noon on Saturdays. All Banks are closed on Sundays and Public Holidays. Most of the banks have a 24 hours ATM facility. (vii) Road Regulations: In India we drive on the left side of the road and overtake from the right. (viii)Special Driving License: A valid International Driving License is necessary if he/she wishes to drive a car or motorbike in India.

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FACULTY OF ARTS DEPARTMENTS AND CENTRES ó ó ó ó ó ó ó ó

Department of English Department of European Languages Literature and Culture Studies Department of Hindi Department of Philosophy Department of Sanskrit Department of Urdu & Persian Centre for Jain Studies Centre for Jyotirvigyan

Dean Prof. Vinod Kumar Sharma Phone No. 2711071 Ext–2702

Hony. Director PG School of Humanities Prof. N. K. Pandey Ph.0141-2711079, Ext-2400

Department of English About the Department The Department was established in 1961 by the well-known Yeatsian scholar, Prof. A.G. Stock. The Department has been working consistently to develop programmes of studies that address issues pertaining to diversity and disadvantage. Goals and Vision The Department is committed to high standards of scholarship both for its faculty and its students. The members of the faculty function as a dedicated team, working consistently for the upgradation of the Department at undergraduate and post-graduate levels. We have earned a reputation for qualitative teaching and have periodically revised our syllabi to keep pace with the proliferation of new knowledge and researches. Our innovative planning has led to the introduction of papers in English Language, Indian Literature in English and in Translation, Women's Writing, Postcolonial Literature and Canadian Literature. The Department has well qualified faculty with specializations in areas such as Postcolonial Literatures, Feminist Writing, Diasporic Literature, Dalit Writing, Language Studies, American, Canadian and Australian Literatures, Literature and Film and Indian Writing in English. Infrastructural Facilities: The Department has a well equipped library and a language laboratory is being established for enhancement of communication skills of the students. Ph.D. Programme Since its inception, the Department has been active in research and has insisted on high standards of scholarship. Over 200 scholars have been awarded the Ph. D. degree in the following areas : Modern British and American Literature, 17,18 and 19 Century British and American Literature, Applied Linguistics, English Language Teaching, Postcolonial Literatures, Women's Writing, Critical Theory, Contemporary Drama and Narratology.

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Faculty Head & Professor Chakravarty, Joya

Associate Professor Nanda, Mini

Assistant Professors Agrawal, Sunita Mathur, Charu Mathur, Deepa S.P. Mathur, Tanuja Pandey, Aruna Singh, Nidhi Solanki, Rajni Singh Soule, Arun

Thrust areas :– Ø Modern and Contemporary British Literature Ø 19 and 20 Century American Literature Ø Postcolonial Literatures (a) Australian Literature (b) Canadian Literature (c) Indian Writing in English (d) African Literature Ø Diasporic Literatures Ø Critical Theory Ø Applied Linguistics Ø Translation Studies Ø English Language Teaching Masters' Programmes M. PHIL. IN ENGLISH LITERATURE Duration : One Year M. PHIL. IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING Duration : One Year MASTER OF ARTS IN ENGLISH Seats : 60


Other Highlights and Achievements : (a) (i) The A.G. Stock Memorial Lecture has been delivered by luminaries like Mushirul Hasan; U.R. Ananthamurthy; Romila Thapar, Amiya Dev, Ganesh Devy, P.S. Chauhan and Harish Narang (ii) The R.K. Kaul Memorial Lecture has been delivered by esteemed scholars like Keki Daruwalla; Ashok Vajpayi; Rajeev Bhargava.

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(iii) Workshops and scholarly interactions withâ&#x20AC;&#x201C; Prof. Valerie Miner (Stanford, U.S.); Prof. Ahrens (Germany); Alexis Wright (Australia); Prof. Bruce Bennett (Australia); Prof. Roger Bell (U.K.) and Paul Theroux (U.S.), Prof. Claire Omhavere (France), and Prof. Dorothy Figeuria (US) Judith

Department of European Languages, Literature And Culture Studies About the Department The Department was established in the year 1961. Initially Certificate and Diploma Courses in German, French & Russian were introduced. PostDiploma in German & French were started in 1986 & 1987 respectively. Certificate Course in Spanish was introduced in 2004. Now we have Certificate, Diploma and Post-Diploma Courses in all the three languages (German, French & Spanish).M.A. French was started in 2004 and P.G. Diploma in European studies was started in 2007.

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Duration : Four Semesters (Two Years)

Misrahi (France),Sieghild Bogumil (Germany). (b) The Department has also organised various U.G.C. sponsored Refresher Courses. (c) International Conferences were organised on i "Borders, Border Theories and Crossing Borders" organized by Department of English, IRIS, Sahitya Academy and Jawahar Kala Kendra from 20-22 September, 2008. ii. "Margins and Nation Spaces" organized by the Department of English from 8-9 February, 2008. iii "Telling Lives: Formation and Reflections in Diverse Narrative Traditions" from 24-26 February,2010 (d) Placement: A number of students have cleared the NET/SLET exams. and are teaching in

Faculty Head & Professor Pande, Asha Associate Professor Padture, R.

Diploma Programme DIPLOMA IN FRENCH/ GERMAN/ SPANISH LANGUAGE Seats: 30 each Duration: One year

Ph.D. Programme Thrust Areas French Literature, Translation Studies Masters' Programmes MASTER OF ARTS IN EUROPEAN STUDIES (SFS Course)

Certificate Programme CERTIFICATE IN FRENCH/ GERMAN/ SPANISH LANGUAGE Seats: 70 each Duration: One year

Seats: 30 Duration: Four Semesters (Two years)

Post Diploma Programme P. G. DIPLOMA IN EUROPEAN STUDIES (SFS) Seats: 25 Duration: Two Semesters (One year)

POST DIPLOMA IN FRENCH/ GERMAN/ SPANISH LANGUAGE Seats: 15 each Duration: One year

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Faculty Head & Professor Pandey, Nand Kishore

Professors Jain, Anil Shukla, Hanuman P. Srivastava, Ravi

Assistant Professors Meena, Kartar Singh Sharma, Shruti Sharma, Urvashi Sharma,Vinod Kr. Verma, Prabha

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Masters' Programmes M. Phil. IN HINDI Duration : One Year MASTER OF ARTS IN HINDI Seats : 60 Duration: Four Semesters (Two years)

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Department of Philosophy About the Department The Department of Philosophy was established in 1956. Due to its nationally and internationally acclaimed faculty, It soon emerged as a leading centre of quality teaching and research in the country. It earned the reputation for providing an excellent platform for interdisciplinary research and attracted scholars from different disciplines of Humanities, Social Sciences and Natural Sciences in its seminars and symposiums. It is amongst those few departments in the country which were granted UGC's University Leadership Project (ULP) in 1977. In 1979 it was selected for UGC's Special Assistant Programme (SAP) under DSA and after successfully completing 4 phases till March 2005, was upgraded as the Centre of Advanced Study (CAS) in Philosophy from April 2005. It also received Assistance for Strengthening the Infrastructure from UGC under its ASIHSS Programme in April 2004.

Infrastructural Facilities The Department is equipped with sufficient space in the Humanities Building, consisting of one Seminar room, one small library of 1600 text and reference books for P.G. and M.Phil. students. The Department also has its separate building for Centre for Advanced Study (CAS) which is equipped with a Library consisting of approximately 10,000 books and journals

Ph.D. Programme Thrust Areas Ø Indian Philosophy with special emphasis on Navya Nyaya and Vyakaran Darshan Ø Legal, Political, Social & Moral Philosophy, Religious Studies, Aesthetics & Philosophy of History. Ø Logic & Philosophy of Science Master's Programmes M. Phil. in PHILOSOPHY Duration : (One Year) MASTER OF ARTS IN PHILOSOPHY Seats : 60 Duration: Four Semesters Two years

Faculty Head & Professor Gupta,Yogesh

Professor & Coordinator CAS Jain, Kusum

Assistant Professors Quazi, Naseem Sharma, R.P. Singh, A. V.

Other Highlights The Department has its own publication programme and has so far published 51 volumes including 22 books in different series and 29 volumes of Journal of Foundational Research and Two Model Question Banks. Our publications have been widely appreciated in scholarly circles. On account of high philosophical standards, some of our publications have earned National acclaim and have won various prestigious awards such as Best Book of the Year Award by ICPR, Shankar Puraskar, President's Award, Acharya Shankar Puraskar, Acharya Naval Kishore Kankar Award, Indira Behere Award etc. The department regularly organizes various National and International Seminars, Symposiums, Workshops, Summer / Winter Courses, Refresher Courses, Lecture Series. CAS has taken initiative to organize Interdisciplinary Research Scholars Seminar on a monthly basis since 14th Dec. 2006. The purpose of the seminar is to provide a platform to all the research scholars of the University to share their knowledge about their research areas with the other scholars of different departments.The Center also collaborates with International and national organizations/Universities in organizing seminars/ lectures and academic courses for students, research scholars and faculty members.

Department of Sanskrit About the Department

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Faculty Head & Professor Sharma, Vinod K.

Professor Agrawal, Beena Assistant Professors Chouhan, Chandra Mani Chouhan, Ram Singh Jain, Monika Kumar, Rajesh Sharma, Madan Lal Sharma, Sunita -I Sharma, Sunita - II Vashishtha, Jyotsna Yadav, Mahipal

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laL—r fo}ku ,oa fonwf"k;ksa lfgr ns'k ds yxHkx 300 laL—rfon~ lfEefyr gq,A izfro"kZ foHkkx esa ia- cnzhizlkn egf"kZ psfjVscy VªLV ds lg;ksx ls laL—r fo|k ,oa oSfnd ijEijk ij dsfUnzr nks fof'k"V O;k[;ku vk;ksftr fd, tkrs gSaA blds vfrfjDr vU; O;k[;kuksa dk Hkh vk;kstu fd;k tkrk gSA

Ph.D. Programme Thrust Areas of Research:

Infrastructural Facilities:

Masters' Programmes

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M. Phil. IN SANSKRIT Duration : One Year MASTER OF ARTS IN SANSKRIT Seats : 60 Duration: Four Semesters (Two years)

Department of Urdu & Persian About the Department The Department of Urdu & Persian was established in 1973 with a clear vision to impart higher learning and teaching of Urdu Language and Literature. It is the largest department of Urdu in the State. Other Highlights: The Department has organized many regional and national seminars. Reputed academicians and scholars like Prof. Gyan Chand Jain, Prof. Qamar Rais, Prof. Mohd. Hasan, Prof. Mahmood Ilahi, Prof. Abdul Haq and others have visited the Department. More than 50 students have so far been awarded Ph.D. degrees in Urdu. Ph.D. Programme Thrust Areas of Research: Ø Classical Poetry and Prose Ø Cultural Aspects of Literature Ø Comparative Study Ø Regional Urdu Literature Masters' Programme M. Phil. IN URDU Duration : One Year MASTER OF ARTS IN URDU Seats : 60 Duration: Four Semesters (Two years)

Faculty Head & Assistant Professor Afridi, Abida

Assistant Professors Anwar, Khursheed Bano, Jamila Basari, Nasira Jahan, Khursheed Khan, Husain Raza Khan, Mohd. Naim Khanam, Surayya Riyazuddin

Diploma Programme DIPLOMA IN PERSIAN LANGUAGE Seats : 60 Duration : One year Certificate Programme CERTIFICATE IN PERSIAN LANGUAGE Seats : 60 Duration : One Year CERTIFICATE IN URDU LANGUAGE Seats : 60 Duration : One Year

Centre for Jain Studies About the Department On the auspicious occasion of Lord Mahaveer's 2500th Nirvan Mahotsava the Centre for Jain Studies was established in 1975 and a Chair founded for promoting research work in Jainism. The Centre has a missionary zeal to sponsor and promote research in Jain Studies and other aspects of Comparative Religions and Culture. With its longstanding and renowned status, the Centre is located in the Humanities Block, University of Rajasthan Campus, Jaipur. At the time of establishment of the Centre the University had taken a decision that Jainology be 56

Director Prof. Anil Jain

treated more as an area of research and the main purpose for establishing the chair should be to encourage the study of Jain religion and ethics in the related departments i.e. Sanskrit, Hindi, Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology, Political Science, Public Administration and History, already existing in the University, and conduct and direct research in the field of Jainology.


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In order to attract the diversified Jainological studies the University also accommodated the study of source material, ideas, thoughts, literature and history of Jainism to be studied as special papers in the regular courses of the Department of the Sanskrit, Philosophy and History with the co-operation and guidance of the person occupying the chair in Jainology. In view of this decision the PG classes in Jain Studies are being taken with PG departments of History, Sanskrit and Philosophy of the University and the faculty of the Centre is associated with them ever since the establishment of the Centre. It is one of the premier institutions of international repute for Jain Studies in India, engaged in research on various aspects of Jain Studies and Manuscriptology, committed for dissemination of knowledge on Prakrit, Apabharmsa language & Literature,Jain Philosophy & religion and Manuscriptology in a comparative, critical and historical perspective. The Centre awards every year various Fellowships and Scholarships. It has so far organised more than 5 International, 8 regional and 28 National Seminars and held several extension Lecture-series, and published about 26 books on Jainology and Manuscriptology. It has its own Library and subscribes to a large number of Journals and Magazines, relevant to the Jain Studies and allied subjects. Research work has been carried out in Centre and as many as 245 research scholars have been awarded D.Litt, Ph.D. and M.Phil Degrees in Jain Studies by this University.

Infrastructural Facilities: The Centre has an adequate computer laboratory with internet facility, a manuscript library for the use of research scholars as well as a Reference library for oriental studies and general studies. Ph.D. Programme Ø Jain Studies Masters' Programme M. Phil. IN JAIN STUDIES Duration : One Year PG Diploma Programme P.G. DIPLOMA IN JAIN STUDIES & ARCHAEOLOGY Seats :15 Duration : One Year CERTIFICATE COURSE IN JAIN DARSHAN AND SANSKRITI Seats :15 Duration : One Year

Centre for Jyotirvigyan jktLFkku fo'ofo|ky; esa T;ksfrfoZKku dsUnz dh LFkkiuk lu~ 2007 esa dh xbZA T;ksfr"k fo"k;d v/;;u] v/;kiu ,oa vuqla/kku dks izksRlkfgr djus ds fy, bl dsUnz dh LFkkiuk dh xbZA oSfnd ok³~e; esa izeq[k LFkku izkIr T;ksfr"k 'kkL= ds oSKkfud i{k ij vuqla /kku dh egrh vko';drk gSA T;ksfr"k ds fl}kUr] lafgrk ,oa gksjk Hkkx ds vUrxZr okLrq'kkL=] [kxksy T;ksfr"k] HkS"kT;T;ksfr"k ¼esfMdy ,LVªksyksth½] Qfyr T;ksfr"k vkfn i{kksa ij bl dsUnz }kjk f'k{k.k ds lkFk&lkFk 'kks/k dk;Z djk;k tk jgk gSA bu fo"k;ksa dk le`) iqLrdky; dsUnz esa gSA [kxksyh; xzg u{k=ksa ds fo'ks"k v/;;u ,oa vuqla/kku gsrq dsUnz ds ikl nks vR;k/kqfud nwjchu ¼VsyhLdksi½ gSA

Director Prof. Vinod Kumar Sharma

CERTIFICATE IN MEDICAL ASTROLOGY Seats :30 Duration : One Year CERTIFICATE IN JYOTISH PRAGYA Seats :30 Duration : One Year CERTIFICATE IN JYOTISH BHOOSHAN Seats :30 Duration : One Year

PG Diploma/Certificate Programmes (SFS Course) PG DIPLOMA IN VASTU SHASTRA Seats :30 Duration : Two Years

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FACULTY OF COMMERCE DEPARTMENTS ó ó ó

Department of Accountancy and Business Statistics Department of Business Administration Department of Economic Administration and Financial Management

Dean Prof . Som Deo Phone No. 2711071 Ext- 2241 Hony. Director PG School of Commerce Prof .J.P.N. Sharma Ph. 0141-2702870

Department of Accountancy and Business Statistics About the Department The Department of Accountancy & Business Statistics (ABST) founded in 1969, is a centre of education of Accounting, Business Statistics & Taxation throughout the State of Rajasthan. The Department is committed to keep pace with the changing requirements of commerce, trade and industry in India. The Department has organised All India Accounting Conferences and National seminars from time to time. Infrastructural Facilities The Department of ABST has its own well-equipped computer laboratory The Department also maintains a library for S.F.S. courses. Ph.D. Programme Thrust Areas Ø Securities Market and Investment Management Ø Management Accounting & Decision Support System Ø Cost Accounting & Cost Control Ø Taxation and Tax Planning Ø E-Commerce & E-Accounting Ø Social Accounting and Social Audit Ø Environmental Accounting Ø Operations Research & Quantitative Techniques Ø Financial, Cost & Management Audit Ø Corporate Disclosure Practices Ø Corporate Governance Masters' Programmes M. Phil. IN ABST Duration : One Year MASTER OF COMMERCE IN ABST Seats : 180 Duration :Four Semesters (Two Years) MASTER OF COST CONTROL & ACCOUNTS Seats : 60 Duration :Four Semesters (Two Years) Postgraduate Diploma Programmes PG DIPLOMA IN COST AND WORKS ACCOUNTANCY Seats : 60 Duration : Two Years* (*Three years for Non-commerce graduates) Postgraduate Diploma Programmes - (SFS Courses) P.G. DIPLOMA IN TAX PRACTICE Seats : 60 Duration : One Year 58

Faculty Head & Professor Modi, S.S.

Professors Bardia, S.C. Gupta, A.K. Jain, Ravi K. Jain, Suresh C. Jat, S.L. Mangal, S.K. Pareek, Govind Poonia, M.S. Saxena, S. Shah, C.K. Sharma, M.C. Sharma, M.L. Sharma S.G.

Associate Professors Bardia, M.K. Gaggar, R.L.

Assistant Professors Agarwal, Ashok Agrawal, R.K. Baldua, Seema Bansal, A.K. Gupta, B.L. Gupta, Bharat Lal Gupta, M.C. Gupta, O.P. Gupta, R.K. Gupta, Sangeeta Jaimini, R.K. Jain, C.P. Jain, Pramila Morani, L.C. Phophalia, A.K Sharma, K.C. Sharma, R.S. Sharma, Rajiv Sharma, Prakash Singh, Mohar Upadhyaya, A.


Other Highlights & Achievements 1. The P.G. Diploma in Cost & Works Accountancy is recognized by the State Government as equivalent to ICWA .

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P.G. DIPLOMA IN COMPUTER ACCOUNTING AND AUDITING Seats : 120 Duration : One Year

2. The P.G. Diploma in Computer Auditing & Accounting has gained great popularity among the students as it is a job oriented course. 3. The P.G. Diploma a in Tax Practice is popular among tax practitioners, and advocates in view of the introduction of service tax and VAT. 4. An annual journal, “Accounting Studies” is published by the department. 5. The department has organised the XXXIV All India Accounting Conference and International Seminar on 17 & 18 Dec., 2011.

Department of Business Administration About the Department The Department started functioning in the year 1969 as a strong and pioneering centre for studies in Management and Business Administration. Infrastructural Facilities The Department has a support system of computers, Photostat Machine, Internet, LCD and Overhead Projector, which are accessible both to teachers and students. The Department also has a well-maintained library having about three thousand books for post graduate (SFS) and M.Phil and Ph.D. Course Work students. Ph.D. Programme Thrust Areas Ø Human Resource Development & Management Ø Marketing Management Ø Financial Management Ø International Marketing Ø Advertising Management Ø Risk & Insurance Management Ø Management of Public Enterprises Ø Organizational Behaviour Ø Corporate Social Responsibility Ø Retail Management Ø Mutual Funds and Risk Management Ø Indian Ethos & Work Culture Ø Services Marketing Ø Tourism Management Ø Knowledge Management Ø Customer Relationship Management Masters' Programmes M. Phil. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Duration : One Year MASTER OF COMMERCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Seats :120 Duration : Four Semesters (Two Years) Masters' Programmes (Self-Financing Courses) MASTER OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Seats : 55 Duration : Four Semesters (Two Years)

Faculty Head & Professor Kothari, R.K.

Professors Bansal,M.P. Goyal, M.P. Gupta, N.L. Jain, Indu Kumbhat, N.K

Mathur, Navin Mehta, Anil Sharma,J.P.N. Singhal, L.N.

AssociateProfessors Rathore, B.S. Sharma, P.

Assistant Professors Agdayamawar, M.L. Belcha, Anjora Jain, Bindu Jain, Mukesh Joshi, V. K. Rathore, Kumkum Saxena, Garima Sharma, Anurag Sharma, Ashok Sharma, B.S. Sharma, N.M. Sharma, P.K. Singh, Dileep Singh, Surendra Srivastava, Pramod

MASTER OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS (SFS) Seats : 55 Duration : Four Semesters (Two Years) Fee : See SFS Fee Schedule. Other Highlights & Achievements The Journal of Business & Management is a biannual publication of the Department. Our students of MHRM and MIB are getting placement in various national and international companies. 59


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Department of Economic Administration & Financial Management Faculty Head & Professor

About the Department The Department started functioning in the year 1969 as a strong and pioneering centre for studies in Economic Administration and Financial Management.

Sharma, J.P.

Professors Agarwal, Lata Agarwal, Kshama Birjarnia, B.S. Deo, Som Dixit, R.K. Godara, R.L. Gupta, B.P. Gupta, S.C. Jain, Sarita Jat, D.R. Kotia, P.K. Mathur, B.L. Mathur, N.D. Mathur,T.N. Munjal, S. Upadhyaya, R. Yadav,J.P.

Infrastructural Facilities The Department has a support system of Computers, Photostat Machine, Internet, Overhead, LCD Projector which are accessible both to the teachers and students. The Department also has a well-maintained library for post graduate students. Several academic journals of repute and newspapers are also being subscribed in the Department. Ph.D. Programme Thrust Areas At present the Department is engaged in the following areas of research: Ø Banking

Ø Finance

Ø Rural Development

Ø Cooperation

Ø Economic Administration

Assistant Professors

Ø Public Enterprises, etc.

Batra, Vinod Gaur, G.L. Gupta, Krishna Gupta, V.K. Jain, Mamta Jain, Ranjana Kumar, Naresh Mathur, Rita Nagawat, Abha Jain Sharma, M.L. Saxena, Rajiv Sharma, M.S. Sharma, N.K. Sharma, P.

Master's Programmes M.Phil. IN E.A.F.M. Duration : One Year MASTER OF COMMERCE IN ECONOMIC ADMINISTRATION, FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND COOPERATION Seats : 120 Duration : Four Semester (Two Years) Specialization in Economic Administration, Financial Management Banking, Rural Development and Cooperation. MASTER OF FINANCE AND CONTROL (SFS) Seats : 50 Duration : Four Semesters (Two Years)

PG DIPLOMA IN DEVELOPMENT AND INVESTMENT BANKING

PG Diploma Programmes PG DIPLOMA IN BANKING AND FINANCE Seats : 60

Duration: One Year

PG DIPLOMA IN PROJECT PLANNING AND INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT Duration: One Year

PG DIPLOMA IN SMALL SCALE AND AGROINDUSTRIES Seats: 30

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PG DIPLOMA IN FINANCIAL ANALYSIS AND CONTROL Seats: 30

SELF FINANCING COURSES

Seats: 30

Duration: One Year

Duration: One year

PG DIPLOMA IN COOPERATION Seats: 60

Seats: 30

Duration: One Year

Duration: One Year

Highlights & Achievements The department regularly organizes seminars to give exposure to the students. Along with teaching, the Department encourages students' participation in academic programmes. A resource journal, Economic Administration Review is a bi-annual publication of the Department.


FACULTY OF EDUCATION

FACULTY OF EDUCATION DEPARTMENTS AND CENTRES ó ó ó ó

Dean Prof. B.S. Rathore

Department of Education Department of Library Science Department of Life Long Learning Department of Physical Education

Ph. 0141-271115 Ext-2413

Department of Education About the Department The Department of Education was established in the year 1976 to impart Teacher Education at the degree level through the distance learning mode. After the restructuring of Universities in Rajasthan, the Department of Education was granted permission in 1992 to conduct M.Ed. Course and to promote research in Education. Aims and Vision The vision of the Department is to prepare a professional cadre of committed and competent teacher educators. Infrastructural Facilities The Department has its own library consisting of 2500 books, a psychology lab and computer lab. Ph.D. Programme Thrust Areas

Faculty Head & Professor Arora, Rita Professor Pareek, M., Ø

Psychology of Education

Ø

School Education

Ø

Teacher Education

Ø Educational Technology Master's Programme MASTER OF EDUCATION Seats : 40 Duration : One Year Other Highlights & Achievements A number of students qualified from the Department have got employment in teacher training institutions and schools.

Department of Library & Information Science About the Department The Department was established in the year 1960. This is the oldest Department of Library & Information Science in the state of Rajasthan and one of the few in the country to have started Masters' and Doctoral Degree programmes. It started Masters' and Doctoral degree programmes in the subject as early as 1974 and 1975 respectively. The Department has already produced more than 50 Ph.Ds and many students are pursuing the research degree. A number of exstudents of this department are serving in senior positions in the country and abroad in premier and prestigious institutions. In view of the changing scenario due to rapid development in ICT, the syllabi for both MLIS & BLIS have been revised to include ICT based curriculum as per U.G.C. model. Infrastructural Facilities The Department has a well equipped modern ICT laboratory, with state-of-the-art facilities. Master's Programme MASTER OF LIBRARY & INFORMATION SCIENCE Seats : 20 Duration : Two Semesters (One Year)

Faculty Head and Assistant Professor Dalbir Singh

Associate Professor Rawtani, M.R.

Assistant Professor Kaushik, Purnima

Ph.D. Programme Thrust Areas of Research: Ø Information Management Ø Networking of Libraries Ø Information Centers Ø Resource Sharing Ø Optimal Utilization User Studies Ø Digital libraries and web based services. Under Graduate Programme BACHELOR OF LIBRARY & INFORMATION SCIENCE Seats : 80 Duration : One Year 61


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Department of Life Long Learning (Formerly Deptt. of Adult and Continuing Education)

Director Prof. Shashi Sahay

About the Department

DLL has been successful in reaching out to a larger section of the community especially to the marginalized section of society through various training department organizes various programmes on social issues namely: stigma, discrimination and denial. The Department conducts e–learning classes for senior citizens and deprived sections of society. The Department has been instrumental in conducting awareness programmes on population control,

HIV/AIDS control, child labour, save the girl child and safe motherhood, environment protection etc. Every year, the department organizes various International/ National seminars/workshops/ and discussions. Special thrust is on capacity building/ leadership skills/personality development/ stress management/career counseling and guidance programmes for youth. The Department has also organized English language teaching classes in villages, government schools and slums of Rajasthan for the needy and poor. The Department has initiated various extension activities for the students with the support of University Department, Colleges and NGO's. The department is making sincere efforts to involve the students and the community in literacy, post literacy, population, education and non- formal education programmes.

Department of Physical Education About the Department The Department was established in 1947 with its Physical Education programme including Courses like Bachelor of Physical Education (B.P.Ed.) from 1994-95 and Master of Physical Education (M.P.Ed.) from 199596. The Department introduced Yoga Certificate & Yoga Diploma Courses in the session 2003-04 under a UGC scheme & M.Phil in Physical Education was introduced in 2007-08. The Department has ample facilities for research work, enabling the post Department of Life Long Learning graduates to pursue their Ph.D. in Physical Education. Till date 31 students have been awarded Ph.D. in Physical Education. Ph.D. Programme Thrust Areas Ø Sports Training Ø Sports Medicine Ø Sports Bio-Mechanics Ø Physiology Ø Psychology Ø Management Ø Professional Preparation & Curriculum Designs Ø Sociology of Sports Ø Test and Measurement Ø Yoga 62

Faculty Head & Professor Rathore, B.S. Professor Chundawat, M.S. Masters' Programme M. Phil. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION Duration : One Year SELF-FINANCING COURSES MASTER OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION (M.P.Ed.) Seats : 20 Duration : Four Semesters(Two Years) BACHELOR (B.P.Ed.) Seats : 30

OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION

PG Diploma Programme P.G. DIPLOMA IN (D.Y.Ed.) Seats : 40

Duration : One Year

YOGA

EDUCATION

Duration : One Year

Certificate Programme CERTIFICATE IN YOGA EDUCATION (C.Y.Ed.) Seats : 40 Duration : Six Months

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The importance of Life long Learning has been repeatedly stressed and its role has increased manifold in India. Globalization and tremendous expansion of technology have been instrumental in bringing about change inthe overall educational system in India. DLL is playing an important role in equipping the youth and non–student youth to adopt tha changes and learn new skills in accordance with the demand to work and to foster the continuous development and improvement of the knowledge and skills needed for employment and personal fulfillment.


FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

FACULTY OF FINE ARTS

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT AND CENTRES CENTRE FOR CONVERGING TECHNOLOGIES

Dean

Centre for Converging Technologies About the Centre :

The Center for Converging Technologies (CCT) at the University of Rajasthan is conceptualized as a centre to strengthen quality education and to pursue high standard research in the frontier areas of NBIC technologies so as to accelerate techno-economic development of the country The centre is pursuing the following activities:  Creating and maintaining a critical mass of Converging Technologies research specialists who can effectively contribute to the need of the industry and society.  Focusing on interdisciplinary research in areas like Nanotechnology, Bioinformatics, Biotechnology, Information and Communication Technology, Cognitive and Neuroscience.  Founding a strong training and research base in academia to make an attractive international training ground for Converging Technologies; Generating, designing, and applying NBIC technologies in an innovative way.  Developing laboratories and facilities to efficiently engineer and design new products.  Promoting global level research in allied theoretical Science (logic, data structures and algorithms, computational complexity, database systems, knowledge representations, constraint satisfactions, artificial intelligence, intelligent agents, theoretical computer science and quantum computing), Systems Biology and Metabolomics.  Encouraging post-doctoral students in Converging Technologies to uplift the capacity for research.  Imparting postgraduate education in Converging Technologies.  Collaborating with Industry, National and International Institutes/ Universities to augment NBIC research so as to accelerate techno-economic development of the country. Infrastructure Facilities: The University has received financial support under Member of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme for creation of the centre on recommendations of Hon'ble Ex-Member of Parliament Shri R.P. Goenka. The first phase of Centre's new building has been completed in 2009. It has specifically been designed to meet the requirements of Converging Technologies research and education activities. The centre houses BIF facilities supported by Department of Biotechnology, Government of India. The centre has been selected as nodal centre for

Director Prof. Ashok K. Nagawat Additional Director (Academic) Prof. Kailash Agrawal Additional Director (Research) Prof. Suresh C. Joshi Joint Director (Admin) Prof. Deepak Bhatnagar Joint Director (Nano) Dr. K.V. R. Rao Joint Director (Bio) Dr. Vidya Patni Joint Director (Info) Dr. Shailendra K Gupta Joint Director (Cogno) Dr. Madan Lowry

the DBT-supported IPLS programme under which a grant of Rs. 10 Crores has been sanctioned by Govt. of India. The Hon'ble Chief Minister Shri Ashok Gehlot, has announced in his budget speech in 2011 [State Budget Announcement No. 155] a budgetary support to setup a “Centre of Excellence for Nano Technologies” at Centre for Converging Technologies. The Centre has an MoU for research collaborations, faculty and student exchange with the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) University, Melbourne, Australia. Students of CCT have received financial support under Student Project scheme of Department of Science and Technology, Government of Rajasthan. It is also a beneficiary unit under DSTPURSE granted by Department of Science and Technology, Government of India to University of Rajasthan, Jaipur based on high h-index of university among top institutes of science and technology in India. The centre has also achieved a distinction with a few students publishing papers in peer reviewed journals during master course. Students have undertaken training in X 63


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Semester at premiere research institutes like BARC, IISc, IITs, IIITs, CSIO, DRDO, NPL, NCL, NBRC, NIMHANS, INMAS, CEERI, SAMEER, DIAT, IGCAR, CGCRI. The students have undertaken training at R&D units of leading companies like Reliance Life Science, Reliance Textile, Shalimar Paints, ARCI. Ph.D. Programme: The primary aim of establishing the Centre for Converging Technologies (CCT) is to produce high quality research in the four streams of N a n o t e c h n o l o g y, B i o i n f o r m a t i c s a n d Biotechnology, Information and Communication Technology, Cognitive & Neuroscience. The focus will be on the following areas. Thrust Areas: a. Nanotechnology b. Biotechnology and Bioinformatics c. Information and Communication Technology d. Cognitive and Neuroscience Master's Programme : Ten Semester (Five year) Integrated Dual degree Master of Technology course in the four streams of Converging Technologies. The course is of non-affiliating nature and available on the campus only. The Course has been cited as "This new technology education program (of University of Rajasthan) may become a pattern for other universities" at the Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering and Technology 2007(PICMET-07), Portland, USA. Medium of Instruction and Examination is ENGLISH only. Seats : 120 + 15% NRI Seats i. Nanoscience and Nanotechnology ii. Bioinformatics and Biotechnology iii. Information & Communication Technology Cognitive and Neuroscience Fee: See SFS Fee Schedule (Tuition fee for Batch 2012-17 will be Rs. 36000/- per semester) Eligibility: Admissions will be made purely on the basis of merit in the entrance test CCTET2012 in respective reservation categories. To be eligible for entrance test and admission to the First Semester of the Five year (Ten Semesters) Integrated Dual Degree Masters' programme in the four streams of Converging Technologies, the candidate should have passed the XII(10+2) with science subjects (both Mathematics and Biology group students are eligible). Students who are appearing for XII examination in 2012 are also eligible to appear in CCTET-2012, however, their eligibility for admission is subjected to fulfilling the requirement of passing XII examination. NRI quota students are exempted from the Test. They should send application form on a plain paper 64

with NRI / NRI sponsoring certificate, a Demand Draft of Rs. 5,000/- in favor of Director, Centre for Converging Technologies and payable at Jaipur as application processing fee . The NRI students are charged Five Times the regular student fee and the seat can not be converted into Non-NRI in any situation. Admission Procedure: Admission to the Five year (Ten semesters) Integrated Course Master of Technology in the four streams of Converging Technologies will be made through an All India Entrance Examination CCTET-2012 to be conducted by the University of Rajasthan. CCTET-2012 will be of total 3 hrs duration (without break). The test will comprise of Multiple Choice Questions with choice of four answers, only one being the correct answer. Each correct answer fetches three marks and each wrong answer will carry one negative mark. Multiple answers will be treated as wrong answer. The test paper will comprise of Four Sections each containing 50 questions. The syllabi of s e c t i o n s ( A ) P h y s i c s , ( B ) C h e m i s t r y, (C)Mathematics and (D) Biology, are available on the website http://uniraj.edu.in/cct. The candidate will be required to attempt sections (A) and (B) and either (C) Mathematics or (D) Biology. There is no time limit for individual section of the question. Medium of CCTET-2012 : English and Hindi CCTET Result and Merit List for admission: The result and merit list of CCTET 2012 will be displayed on notice board at the Centre for Converging Technologies. The candidate will be called for counseling on the basis of their merit position in the respective category. The candidates will be required to appear in counseling to be at their own expenses. At the time of counseling the candidate must bring all documents in original and Photostat copies and four passport size photograph along with a bank draft of Rs. 36000/- (Thirty Six thousand Rupees) drawn in favour of Director, Centre for Converging Technologies and payable at Jaipur towards first semester fee. The candidates will be required to fill the University Application Form and submit the same along with the other fees payable as per University Prospectus. Note :- For any information, the students may visit the Centre for Converging Technologies. The queries may be addressed to cct.uniraj@gmail.com. Telephone number of the office is 0141-2700370.


FACULTY OF FINE ARTS

FACULTY OF FINE ARTS DEPARTMENTS ó ó ó ó

Dean Prof. Suman Yadav Tel. 0141-2704557

Department of Dramatics Department of Drawing & Painting Department of Music Department of Visual Arts

Department of Dramatics About the Department The Department of Dramatics came into existence in 1975 with a one-year part time Certificate Course. Today, in its 34th year, the Department has earned the status of one of the most exciting and innovative Drama Departments in the country. Combining the study of traditional theatre with cutting-edge performance practice, the Department aims at providing an all round development of the students. This is one of the renowned institutions of learning theatre arts in the entire country and provides an opportunity of five years training programme followed by Ph. D Infrastructural Facilities For the benefit of the students, guest teachers and theatre professionals are invited to talk about theatre design, stage management, television and films. Besides its own open-air theatre on the campus, the department has access to the infrastructural facilities of the Jawahar Kala Kendra and the Ravindra Manch. Productions are not always restricted to campus venues. Students have performed in many other places around the campus and in the nearby towns as well as other metropolitan cities. Ph.D. Programme Thrust Areas Ø Classical Theatre of India and its Dramaturgy with special reference to Nātyashāstra';

Faculty Head & Assistant Professor Srivastava, Archana

Ø Socio-Political undertones in the Modern Theatre of India and cross-cultural practice in Secular Theatre; Ø Identity Issues in Folk and Indigenous theatre; Ø Experimental theatre; Ø Modern Indian and Western theatre aesthetics, theory and practice etc. Master's Programme MASTER OF ARTS IN DRAMATICS Seats :20 Duration : Four Semesters (Two Years) PG Diploma Programme (SFS Scheme) POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN DRAMATICS Seats : 25 Duration : One Year

Department of Drawing & Painting About the Department The Department of Drawing & Painting started P.G. classes in 1974. The Department aims to produce professionally skilled artists in the field of Indian Contemporary and Traditional Art. Emphasis is laid on interdisciplinary approach in teaching & learning. Innovative and research-oriented attitude is inculcated in order to train the P.G. students in the new perspective of Indian contemporary art, organizing seminars, refresher courses and artist workshops. Ph.D. Programme Thrust Areas Ø Indian Traditional Schools of Painting Ø Aspects of Indian Contemporary Art Ø Folk Arts of India

Faculty Head & Assistant Professor Jain, Beena Assistant Professors Khan, I.U. Singh, Tanuja

Ø Ø Ø Ø

Aesthetics of Indian & Western Art Arts & Crafts of different parts of India Interdisciplinery approach to various arts Artistic study of Archeological Remains.

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Ø Faculty members have received International,

MASTER OF ARTS IN DRAWING & PAINTING (SFS Scheme) Seats : 15 Duration : Four Semesters (Two Years) Other Highlights & Achievements Ø Faculty has published a remarkable number

India. Ø Faculty members have participated in various

of books and research papers in different art

National Conferences/ Seminars/ Artist camps

journals. Ø Organised one-man shows and group

etc. Ø Faculty members are the members of

shows of painting by faculty members in

renowned Academic Bodies & Research

various prestigious art galleries of the

Committees of various universities

National & State Awards and recognition. Ø Many students have been appointed as lecturers in various prestigious institutes of

country and abroad.

Department of Music About the Department The Department was established in 1973 with Vocal and Instrumental Music (Sitar) as the main subject. Many Nationally acclaimed performing artists viz. Dr. Leelawati Adsule of Gwalior Gharana and Pt. Shashi Mohan Bhatt- a disciple of Pt. Ravi Shankar have been part of this department. A Four-Year performance oriented Professional Degree Course (B.Mus./B.P.A.) was introduced in 1987. Subsequently, a Two-year Post Graduate course (M.Mus./M.P.A.) was added in 1991. These courses were designed with more stress on practice/performance so as to produce performing artists and scholars. The Department aims to: produce professionally skilled artists and Musicologists; develop creative and innovative abilities in the students; expose the students to emerging perspectives of Indian Music; inculcate research oriented attitude in the students; organize seminars, workshops, refresher courses and music concerts etc. Ph.D. Programme Thrust Areas Ø History of Indian Music (Ancient, Medieval & Modern Period) Ø Gharanas of Indian Music Ø Spiritual Aspects of Indian Music Ø Aesthetics of Indian Music Ø Emerging Trends in Indian Music Ø Role of Mass Media Ø Folk Music, Dance and Instruments Ø New Technology and Music Ø Music Therapy Masters' Programme MASTER OF MUSIC (M.Mus.) VOCAL/ INSTRUMENTAL (SITAR) Seats : 12 Duration : Four Semesters (Two Years) MASTER OF ARTS IN MUSIC VOCAL/ INST. (SITAR) Seats : 12

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Faculty Head & Professor Pathak, Ansuya Professors Tak, Maya Rani Yadav, Suman Assistant Professors Bhardwaj, Prabha Dave, Prem Jain, Veena Kalla, Vandana Sharma, Anjalika Sharma, Satyawati Tailang, Arti Bhatt Tailang, Madhu Vyas, O.N. Bachelor Level Programmes BACHELOR OF MUSIC (B.Mus.) VOCAL/INSTRUMENTAL (SITAR) Seats : 12 Duration : Four Years Highlights & Achievements Ø The Faculty of the Department includes graded artists of All India Radio, Nationally and Internationally acclaimed performers and recipients of State/national Level awards/ Honours. Ø Students who have passed out from the Department have achieved name and fame in the field of Performing art as artists (TV, Radio and Stage), Sound designers, Composers, Recordists etc. Ø Research scholars of the subject have availed research scholarships like JRF, SRF, Rajiv Gandhi and Departmental Scholarships for Ph.D. research work. Ø A number of students have cleared the NET/SLET exam.


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Department of Visual Arts About the Department The Department of Visual Arts started the teaching of professional degree course B.F.A. in the year 1987. We have been able to orient a good number of professionals in the subject of visual arts, some of them have been contributing significantly to the discipline. After about 14 years of path-breaking hard work by the academic community, the faculty has started the M.F.A. under the Self Financing Scheme (SFS) in the year 2000, with a mission and well defined goal to be achieved. The faculty today has proven its competence not only in providing the required education but has also grown its sphere of activity, in spite of enormous constraints. Its faculty members have been regularly participating in National & International Art Exhibitions, Camps and Seminars and have received awards. Many of them are also members of BoS bodies of various Universities. Former students of the Department have also been appointed as HoDs in various Institutes of India and abroad. The course of M.V.A. has been so designed that a student is given sufficient freedom of expression. He/she is allowed to innovate and explore a style of his/her own which would be essential to establish a distinct identity in the world of Art and Design.

Study tours are organized every semester to the major art centers and places relevant to the subject of Arts & Design. This enriches the students and helps them to have a wider knowledge base. Masters' Programmes (S .F.S ) MASTER OF VISUAL ARTS (APPLIED ART) Seats:12 Duration : Four Semesters (Two Years) MASTER OF VISUAL ARTS (PAINTING) Seats :12 Duration : Four Semesters (Two Years) MASTER OF VISUAL ARTS (SCULPTURE) Seats :12

Duration : Four Semesters (Two Years)

Bachelor Level Programmes BACHELOR OF VISUAL ARTS (APPLIED ARTS/ PAINTING/ SCULPTURE) Seats : 12 in each Duration : Four Years

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Infrastructural Facilities The faculty has a large studio for each discipline apart from separate studios for specialized subjects such as Photography, Print Making, Sculpture etc. The faculty's Resource Centre comprises a library specifically designed for the needs of the students and to facilitate research scholars towards Art and Design. The use of computer as an essential tool for design is no longer questioned in this faculty. Computers with multimedia capacities are being used by Applied Arts and Graphic Arts students. Apart from regular studio classes, the Department holds separate workshops for the students to explore their abilities in the areas of their specialization.The faculty utilizes its large seminar hall, fully equipped with all the latest communication and presentation equipment for Lectures, Seminars, Presentations and Discussions organized as part of the regular curriculum activity. From time to time the faculty invites eminent people from various walks of life for the academic benefit of the students.

Faculty Head & Asstt. Professor Mandal, Subroto Assistant Professors Kavoor, T.J. Pandel, Rajat Sen, Sumit Vyas, Kamlesh

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FACULTY OF LAW DEPARTMENT Department of Law

Dean Prof. Mridul Srivastava Ph. 0141-2711169

Department of Law About the Department The Department of Law is one of the oldest Departments of the State of Rajasthan. Legal studies started in the year 1947 which corresponded with the foundation of the University of Rajasthan. Since then it has been one of the premier institutions of legal studies. The Law College was first housed in the University Maharaja College Jaipur. Later on, July 1, 1953, it was shifted by the State Government to the University of Rajasthan. Teaching of LL.M. classes started in 1953 and Diploma in Labour Laws started in 1962. After a lapse of six years, P.G. Courses in Criminology, Penology and Taxation were started from the session 1967-68. Thus, the Department of Law with three P.G. Diplomas started running and independently from 1993. P.G. Diploma in Environmental Law has been introduced from the session 2005-2006. It is being run on a Self-Financing basis. LL.M. in Human Rights and Value Education has also been introduced in the Department from the session 2007-08 on SFS basis. Infrastructural Facilities All latest multimedia teaching aids are available in the Department. Ph. D. Programme Thrust Areas Ø International Law Ø Cyber Laws Ø Law of Torts Ø Intellectual Property Laws Ø Personal Law Ø Military Laws Ø Labour Laws Ø Consumer Laws Ø Mercantile Law Ø Constitutional Law Ø

Human Rights

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Faculty Head & Professor Srivastava, Mridul

Assistant Professors Koolwal, Manju Koolwal, M. C. Mittal, H.M. Rai, Prahlad Rathi, R.L. Rawat, B.D. Shastri, Madhu Shekhawat, S.P.S.

MASTER OF LAWS (HUMAN RIGHTS & VALUE EDUCATION) Seats : 25 (SFS Basis Course) Duration : Four Semesters (Two Years) PG Diploma Programmes PG DIPLOMA IN CRIMINOLOGY Seats : 60 Duration : One Year PG DIPLOMA IN TAXATION Seats : 60 Duration : One Year PG DIPLOMA IN LABOUR LAWS Seats : 180 Duration : One Year PG DIPLOMA IN ENVIRONMENTAL LAW– Self Financing Seats : 60 Duration : One Year


FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT

FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT Dean Prof. Harsh Dwivedi Ph. 0141-2711349

R.A. Podar Institute of Management

University R.A. Podar Institute of Management About the Institute University R.A. Podar Institute of Management was established in 1974 as a constituent unit of the University. It was the 6th B-school established in the country. University R.A. Podar Institute of Management has carved out a niche for itself in the field of management education amongst the leading B-schools in India. The Institute has been ranked amongst the top 50 B. Schools all over the country in the IMRB conducted survey. It has been placed in level 1 of A+ category B.Schools in the Business India Survey. The Institute offers Ph.D. Programme in Management. Nearly 48 scholars are pursing their research. Placement at the Institue has been very impressive, especially this year. Corporates like IDBI, ICICI, HDFC, Axis Bank, Tata Telecommunications, Reliance Telecommunications, Vodaphone, Ansal Properties, Ispat Industries Bank of Baroda, Future Group were some of the recruiters.

Faculty Director & Professor Dwivedi, Harsh Professors Kapoor, Gitika Kothari, Rajesh Assistant Professor Batra, K.L.

Ph.D. Programme Thrust Areas Ø General Management and Applied area Ø Finance, Human Resource Management Masters' Programme MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Seats : 60* (55+5 nominated) Duration : Four Semesters (Two Years) Self-Financing Courses MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Services Management) Seats : 60*

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MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (EXECUTIVE)

Seats: 40 Duration: Three Years (Part Time Semester Scheme)

Duration: Four Semesters (Two Years) * NRI category as per AICTE norms.

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Department of Botany

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Department of Chemistry

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Department of Home Science

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Department of Psychology

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Department of Statistics

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Department of Zoology Centre for Computer Science and Information Technology Centre for Development of Physics Education Center for Non- conventional Energy Resources Center for Water Management and Research

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Dean Prof. B.K. Srivastava Phone 0141–2706378 Hony. Director PG School of Life Sciences Prof. P. K. Goyal Hony. Director PG School of Physical Sciences Prof. Anjali Krishnamurthy

Indira Gandhi Centre for Human Ecology & Population Studies

Department of Botany About the Department Established in 1960 at the erstwhile Jaswant College, Jodhpur, the Department was shifted to Rajasthan College, Jaipur in July 1963 and to its present building in August 1974. It is one of the largest and oldest departments of Botany in the country, known for its pioneer work in the fields of Mycology, Plant Pathology, Morphology and Embryology. Now it has established itself as a research centre in Experimental Morphogenesis, Plant Biotechnology, Nematology, Seed Pathology, Taxonomy, Ethnobotany, Phytochemistry, Plant Ecology, Cytogenetics and Developmental Botany. The Department has 16 different laboratories where basic and applied research is conducted. The Department has received generous financial support from UGC (DRS), and DST(FIST), in addition to support from UGC, CSIR, DST, DBT, ICAR, ICMR, Rockefeller Foundation, DAAD and other funding agencies. The faculty has been awarded prestigious fellowships including Fulbright, Rockefeller, European Commission, DAAD, Av Humboldt, DFG, National overseas Commonwealth, INSA, etc.. Research students include NET qualified and 70

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Agrawal, Kailash Kothari, S. L. Kumar, Padma Sharma, K.C. Sharma, K.P. Sharma, Meenakshi Sarin, Renu Trivedi, P.C.(on lien) Assistant Professors

Agrawal, R.D. Datta, Soumana Jain, Usha Kachhwaha, Sumita Lodha, Payal Patni, Vidya Rao, D.V. Roy, Shikha Saxena, Manjula K .


Ph.D. Programme Thrust Areas Ø Plant Tissue Culture, Biotechnology, Secondary Products, Bioactive Compounds, Molecular Biology, Microbiology and Plant Biochemistry. Ø Plant Pathology, Nematology and Environmental Biology. Ø Morphology, Taxonomy and Cytogenetics.

Asstt. Professors Sharma, Manju Sharma, Ramavatar Singh, Gajendra Pal Vijayvargiya, Rekha

MASTER OF SCIENCE (BOTANY) Seats :25 Duration: Four Semesters ( Two Years) The Department offers six groups of special papers in M.Sc.. Ø Advanced Plant Pathology, Ø Seed Science and Technology, Ø Environmental Biology and Arid Zone Ecology, Ø Advanced Morphology & Plant Morphogenesis, Ø Advanced Plant Physiology, Ø Bio Systematics of Angiosperms. MASTER OF SCIENCE (BIOTECHNOLOGY) Self Financing Course Seats :25 (+5 NRI Seats) Duration: Four Semesters ( Two Years)

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Department of Chemistry About the Department The Department of Chemistry came into existence in July 1960, Ever since its inception the Department has made all round progress under the dynamic leadership of Prof. J.N. Gaur, Prof. R.C. Mehrotra, Prof. K.C. Joshi, and the legacy continues. The Department is well known in academics and research. The faculty is actively engaged in research in traditional as well as emerging fields of Chemistry. After successful implementation of DSA-SAP programme sponsored by UGC for more than thirty-three years, the Department has been recognized as Centre for Advanced Studies in Chemistry in 2005. The Department is proud of its students who are getting placements regularly in various multinational companies and Government of India establishments such as ISRO, DRDO, HPCL. NTPC. BARC. GSI. IPCL; Ranbaxy, Lupin, Wokhardt, Forensic Research Laboratories, CSIR Laboratories. Every year, nearly 35-40 students qualify the NET-JRF examination conducted by UGC-CSIR. A good number of students also clear the GATE examination with excellent percentile.

Faculty Head & Professor Singh, R.V. Professors Dandia, Anshu Jain, Renuka Sarin, Vineeta Saxena, Sanjiv Assistant Professors Agarwal, Mithlesh Bhargava, S. Chandel, C.P.S. Dobhal, M.P. Fahmi, Nighat Gupta, Neelima Garg, Urmila Jain, Asha Jain, Meenakshi Joshi, V. S. 71

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various fellowship holders, Post Doctoral fellows, Research Associates and Women Scientist awardees. Infrastructural Facilities The Department has well-equipped research laboratories, growth chambers, one central instrument room, seminar room, four teaching labs, one herbarium that houses 20,000 preserved specimens and a Botanical garden. Major instruments available in the Department include HPLC, High Speed Refrigerated Centrifuge, Freeze Drier, Incubator-Shakers, PCR Machines, ELISA Reader, Incubators, Laminar Air Flow Cabinets, GLC, Water Purification System, Electronic Balance, Electrophoresis equipment, Deep Freezers, Trinocular Microscope, Microscopes with photographic attachment, Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer, UV-VIS Spectrophotometer and other equipment for routine laboratory work. The first phase of DST-FIST programme (2003-08) was completed successfully and Department was sanctioned FIST Phase II in 2008.


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Infrastructural Facilities The Department is well equipped with sophisticated instruments like polarimeter, FTIR, single crystal XRD, a multi-nuclei 300 MHz FTNMR, a semi preparative HPLC, Table top mass Spectrometer, UV Spectrophotometer. The Department has procurred a High Resolution Mass Spectrometer out of the DST-FIST grant. The UGC has granted Rs. 80 lacs for renovation of laboratories, safety measurements, upgradation & development of the infrastructure; and some fellowships for meritorious students have also been sanctioned. Ph.D. Programme Thrust Areas Ø Asymmetric Synthesis Ø Atmospheric & Environmental Chemistry Ø Bio-inorganic, Bio-organic Chemistry Ø Chemical Dynamics Ø Computational Chemistry Ø Electrochemistry, Electrodics and Corrosion Ø Green Chemistry Ø Heterocyclic Chemistry Ø Natural Product Chemistry Ø Organometallic Chemistry Ø Photochemistry Ø Synthetic Inorganic and Sol-gel Chemistry Ø Synthetic Organic Chemistry Research programmes in the Department are supported by various funding agencies of the Government of India.

Assistant Professors Joshi, Rahul Joshi, Y.C. Khandelwal, C.L. Khatri, Vinita Nagar, Meena Pandey, Rajayashree Pardasani, R.T. Pardasani, Pushpa Pathak, M.K. Sharma, Alka Sharma, D.K. Sharma, Jyoti Sharma, M. C. Singh, Yash Pal Varshney, Anil Kr. Varshney, Sarita Yadav, Ashok Kumar (2) Dr.Ghanshyam Srivastava Commemoration Scholarship (3) Prof. B.C. Joshi Gold Medal (4) Prof. R.C. Mehrotra Memorial Gold Medal (5) Prof. V.N. Pathak Memorial Need cum merit Scholarship. Master's Programme MASTER OF SCIENCE (CHEMISTRY) Seats:50 Duration: Four Semesters ( Two Years)

Meritorious students are encouraged with the following awards: (1) Dr. Sogani, Thakuria & Rajni Singh Memorial Award.

Department of Geography About the Department Initially, the teaching of Geography began in 1962 at the undergraduate level in the Arts Faculty in the University Rajasthan College. Thereafter the undergraduate teaching in Science faculty in University Maharaja College and in Science/Arts faculties in University Maharani College commenced from 1974 and 1987, respectively. The post graduate Department was established in 1968. The faculty is actively engaged in research programmes. The PostGraduate Department is located in the University Campus. Infrastructural Facilities The Department has a well equipped Remote Sensing and Geographical information system laboratory named as Late. Shri Rajesh Pilot Memorial Laboratory. It has been established under the FIST programme of the Department of Science & Technology, Govt. of India, New Delhi. 72

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Doi, R.D., Gurjar, R.D. Joshi, Hemlata Assistant Professors

Chouhan, D.S Chauhan, T.S. Dhabariya, C.V. Gurjar, R.K. Jain, Usha Kalia, Sarina Malik, Naresh Mishra, Purnima


Approximately 200 scholars have been awarded Ph.D. degrees in various branches of geography particularly in the following :

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Department of Geology About the Department The department came into existence in 1985 when post graduate teaching was initiated at the Maharaja's College Campus. The Department was shifted to its own building in the University Campus in 1989. The Department runs M.Sc. and Ph.D. progammes with an objective of: Ø Creating and effectively disseminating fundamental knowledge about the Earth, its resources and the internal and external processes that bring about changes in the Earth's surface as development of landforms; Ø Training students to be able to take up responsibilities as professional geologists in various exploration and mining organizations and to pursue a career as research scientists; Ø Integrating scientific knowledge from different geosciences and allied fields for application in solving societal issues such as natural resource management, natural hazard evaluation and mitigation; Ø Providing basic infra structural facilities to carry out research in specified fields. Ø Remote sensing & GLS application To achieve the above goals the Department offers a very congenial atmosphere and a very close student-teacher interaction. Field trips are conducted as a part of the M.Sc. curricula that allow the students to learn the practical aspects and develop a better understanding of the subject in the field. It also helps in making the students confident, self motivated and able to work in a team. The Department has been regularly organizing training programmes and special lectures to benefit both the students and the faculty. The department has been identitied by ONCC for a monthly scholarship of Rs. 5,000/- to the student with highest CGPA at II Semester Exam. Infrastructural Facilities: The Department has facilities for teaching and research and boasts of the following technical facilities:

Faculty Head & Professor Agrawal, Salil Professors Maheshwari, Anil Pandey, D.K. Pandit, M.K. Sinha, A.K. , Assistant Professors Mahla, N.S. Somani, R. L. . Geochemical Lab: Double Beam Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer (GBS); UV-VIS Spectrophotometer, Analytical Balance, Jaw Crusher, TC Ball Mill. Petrological Lab: Petrological Microscopes, Automatic thin section preparation unit. Palaeontology Lab : Binocular microscopes, High resolution Zoom Stereomicroscope with photographic attachment and Tracing Tube. In addition, it has a large collection of fossils collected from Rajasthan and Kachchh. Computer and GIS Lab : Ten computers, GIS and Image processing software, Satellite data and topo sheets. Other Facilities: LCD projector, Field Camera, Survey equipment, Light Table, Mirror Stereoscopes, Departmental Library, etc. Ph.D. Programme The Department and individual faculty members have been associated in international collaborative research programmes. Collaborations with the University of Erlangen (Germany), University of Florida (US) and University of Pavia (Italy) have offered a platform for the students to work in overseas laboratories and to get a chance to interact with the students from these institutions. 73


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Hard Rock Geology (Geochemistry, Petrology, Constraining Ancient Geodynamic Setting, Rock Magnetism)

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Other Highlights: The Department, during its very short span of existence, has been identified under the DRS-SAP of UGC and FIST Program of DST. A large number of international collaborative research programmes are being undertaken. The Department has been very active in dissemination of scientific research and has hosted national and international seminars/ conferences. A software "Virtual Petrological Microscope" developed by the students of our department is being used by a number of Geology departments all over the country as a useful teaching aid.

Duration: Four Semesters ( Two Years)

Department of Home Science About the Department The PG Department of Home Science was established in 1985 with M.Sc specialization in three subjects, namely Food and Nutrition, Human Development and Home Science Extension Education. PG Diploma in Early Childhood Education & Development (ECED) in collaboration with Campus Nursery School was started in 2007. The Department has qualified teaching staff with research specialization in different branches of Home Science. Infrastructural Facilities Ø Lecture theatres Ø Well equipped Laboratories & Library Ø Smart Classroom Ø Audio Visual lab with power point & LCD projector Ø Computers with Internet access. Ph.D. Programme Thrust Areas

Head & Professor Mathur, Meena

Professors Bhatia, Anju Goyal, Anuradha Nagar, Ranjana Saluja, Neeru Talikoti, Pooja

Assistant Professors Agarwal, Sunita Agrawal, Mukta Boolchandani,R. Dubey Shubha

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Jain, Ruby

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Koradia, Kavita

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Narang, Darshan Kaur

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Purohit, Surabhi

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Singh, Nimali

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Varma, Kanika

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Department of Mathematics About the Department The Department was founded in August 1960 at Maharaja College after the amalgamation of its Postgraduate wing. The Department got its permanent abode in the second floor of the Vigyan Bhawan in the University Campus in 1964. Various National and International honours have been conferred upon some members of the Department. The Department has active programmes of research in a number of areas. Emphasis is laid equally on Pure and Applied Mathematics. A good number of students have qualified in prestigious competitive examinations like JRF and NET and have been awarded research fellowships by UGC and CSIR. The faculty has successfully supervised more than 200 Ph.D. scholars and 240 M.Phil. students. More than 720 research papers of the faculty members of the Department have been published in various National and International Journals of repute. The teachers of the Department have authored considerable number of books for U.G. and P.G. students. The Department has UGC DRS-I, DST FIST Programmes and NBHM Grant Linder for SAP for books Infrastructural Facilities Departmental Library has about 9200 books, one well-equipped Computer Laboratory consisting of 40 computers with internet facility for teachers, research scholars and students. Ph.D. Programme Thrust Areas Ø Fluid Dynamics (Porous Medium, Heat Transfer, Non-Newtonian Fluids, MHD, Boundary Layer Theory) Ø Integral Transforms and Special Functions Ø General Relativity and Cosmology Ø Operations Research

Faculty Head & Professor Sharma, P.R.

Professors Chouhan, D.S. Garg, M. Jat, R.N.

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Assistant Professors Goyal, Mamta Gupta, S.P. Sharma, Anil Sharma, S.C. Vyas, Paresh

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Bio-Fluid Dynamics Fractional Calculus Geometric Function Theory

Masters' Programme MASTER OF ARTS/ MASTER OF SCIENCE (MATHEMATICS) Seats : 90 Duration : Four Semesters (Two Years) M. Phil. IN MATHEMATICS Duration : One Year PG Diploma Programme PG DIPLOMA IN COMPUTER APPLICATIONS (Self Financing) Seats : 30 Duration : One year

Department of Physics About the Department Department of Physics came into existence in the year 1960. Department offers M.Sc. (Physics) 4 semester programme and Ph.D. programme in different experimental and theoretical fields. For the research, the Department has received UGC support under its COSIST Programme (199196), DRS Programme (1997-04), DSA programme Phase-I and DST support under its FIST (Fund for Improvement of Science and Technology Infrastructure) programme Phase-I (2001-06). At present, it is receiving UGC support under DSA programme phase-II and DST support under FIST programmephase-II. In addition, individual research groups have received financial support from different funding

Faculty Head & Professor Sharma, Kanan Bala Professors Bhatnagar, Deepak Dashora, Prabha Jain, D.C. Krishnamurthy, Anjali Nagawat, Ashok K. Raniwala, Sudhir Srivastava, B.K. Vijay, Y.K.

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agencies like UGC, DST, BRNS, DRDO, CSIR, MNES, UGC-DAE CSR, IUAC and ISRO. The cumulative grant received by the Department in last 5 years is over Rs. 7 Crores. Infrastructural Facilities M.Sc. and research laboratories are wellequipped. Experimental facilities in Condensed Matter Physics include a small capacity compact liquid nitrogen plant, furnaces for materials preparation, sputtering unit for preparation of thin films/ multilayers, facilities for preparation of nano-particles, Xray diffractometers for study of powder and thin film materials and for small angle X- ray scattering studies, Scanning probe microscope, low energy electron accelerator, X-ray fluorescence set-up, Compton spectrometer, vibrating sample magnetometer (20 K1000 K), Mössbauer spectrometers with temperature variation (80K- 1000 K) and high pressures up to 10 GPa, resistivity measurement, differential scanning calorimeter, transient plane source technique, dynamic mechanical analyzer and UV-visible s p e c t r o p h o t o m e t e r, X - r a y p h o t o - e l e c t r o n spectroscopy set-up. Other facilities include microscope, Gamma/neutron spectroscopy set-ups, 2.5 m long neutron - time of flight facility, grid computing laboratory with multiprocessor servers, microwave set-up, low frequency and optical frequency set-ups for measuring dielectric properties and antenna measurement equipments and vector network analyzer. Ph.D. Programme Thrust Areas Ø Condensed Matter Physics Ø Theoretical High Energy Physics & Cosmology Ø High Energy Nuclear Physics (ADS Prog.) Ø Experimental High Energy Physics Ø Plasma Physics Ø Atomic Physics Ø Microwave Electronics Ø Hydrogen Energy Ø Solar Energy About 50 research students are working for Ph. D. degree. Condensed Matter Research groups and microwave electronics group have collaborations with BARC and TIFR (Mumbai), PRL (Ahmedabad), ISRO (Bangalore), IUAC (New Delhi), UGC-DAE CSR (Kolkata, Indore, Mumbai), IITs, Synchrotron radiation centres (Taiwan, Italy, Japan, USA), University of Munich (Germany), ICTP (Italy) and CBPF (Brazil). High energy nuclear physics group collaborates with JINR (Russia), Postech (Korea) and Czech Institute of Physics (Czech). Experimental high energy physics group is a part of 76

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International Collaboration experiments STAR (Brookhaven National laboratory, New York), ALICE (CERN, Geneva) and CBM (GSI, Germany). Master's Programme MASTER OF SCIENCE (PHYSICS) Seats : 35 Duration : Four Semesters (Two Years) M.Sc. course follows semester pattern. Elective Core Courses are offered in following clusters: Ø

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M.Sc. pass outs are selected every year in different scientific institutions like IPR, IUAC, BARC, NPL, TIFR and also qualify in examinations like NET and GATE. Other Highlights & Achievements Department has been organizing national/ international conferences and workshops. Experts are invited for delivering lectures and for academic interactions.


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Department of Psychology Faculty Head & Professor

About the Department The Department of Psychology was established in year 1971. The faculty of the Department is highly qualified and specialized in the areas of Clinical, Vocational, Organizational, Guidance and Counselling and Social Psychology. The faculty members and researchers of the department have made significant research contribution in these fields. The faculty members are also involved in development of ‘Psychological Measurement Devices’. The department attracts students from Rajasthan and outside, including international students. Recently, a cooperation agreement has been signed between University of Rajasthan and Montpelier University, France under which students from Montpelier University can apply for further studies in the Department. Infrastructural Facilities: The Department has smart class room and a well–equipped laboratory with P.G.R., ECG, BioFeedback and Research support-tools such as Psychological Tests, Palfrite Pr4, Audiometer, Projector with Laser Printer, Braun Paxilux, OHP and Computers with Internet connection. Ph.D. Programme Thrust Areas Ø Psychological well being Ø Quality of life Ø Mental and Physical Health Ø Stress and Stress management Ø Career Counselling Ø Psychology of Gender Ø Positive Psychology Ø Psychology of IT Professionals Ø Sports Psychology Ø Job Involvement, Values and Satisfaction Ø Gerontology

Mohan Manika

Professors Kulshrestha, Usha Madnawat, A.V.S. Rathore, Pushpa

Assistant Professors Choudhary, Rashmi Jain, Madhu Jain, Meena Kaur, Tejinder Mittal, Uma Puri, Prena Pareek, Sushila Sharma, O.P. Singhvi, Mukta

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Drug Addiction Meditation and Yoga Emotional and Spiritual Intelligence Marital Discord and Adjustment Problems of Adolescents and Youth Leadership Police and Executive Stress Organizational Stress

Masters' Programmes M. Phil. IN PSYCHOLOGY Duration : One Year MASTER OF SCIENCE/ MASTER OF ARTS (PSYCHOLOGY) Seats : 30 (+10 Seats on SFS Basis) Duration : Four Semesters (Two Years)

Department of Statistics About the Department The Department was started in 1962 in University Maharaja College and then shifted to the University Main Campus. It is one of the pioneer departments of Statistics in the State of Rajasthan. Infrastructural Facilities Multipurpose classrooms for teaching, conducting seminars & evaluation activities, Departmental Library with a good collection of books; Computer and Internet connectivity for providing extra learning inputs are the facilities available. The Department has software packages for Social Sciences (SPSS) to facilitate research work.

Faculty Head & Professor Sharma, Amita

Professors Prasad, Jagdish Saxena, S.K. Tayal, Vipin

Associate Professor Joshi, Lata

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Ph.D. Programme Thrust Areas Ø Statistical Inference Ø Design of Experiments Ø Distribution Theory Ø Sampling Theory Ø Reliability Analysis Ø Environmental Statistics Ø Medical Statistics Ø Computer based Statistical Techniques Ø Applied Statistics Ø Inter Disciplinary Research Masters' Programmes

MASTER OF ARTS/MASTER OF SCIENCE (STATISTICS) Seats : 30 Duration : Four Semesters (Two Years) Other Highlights & Achievements The subject has application in many fields such as agriculture, medicine, business, management etc. The alumni are successfully engaged in various departments such as academics/research, Indian Statistical Services, banking, Stock exchange, Insurance companies etc.. The Department has been regularly organising quiz and invited lectures by eminent scholars in different areas.

M. PHIL. IN STATISTICS Duration : One Year

Department of Zoology Faculty

About the Department The Department was established in 1960. This department has been recognized as a Centre for Advanced Studies in Zoology since 2005. Earlier it has received support under SAP, COSIST and DST–FIST. Department celebrated its Golden Jublee in 2010. Infrastructural Facilities The Department has the following infrastructure facilities: Central Sophisticated Instrument Facility, Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer, Transmission Electron Microscope (Hitachi), RIA (Gamma & Beta Liquid Scintillation Counter), Gas Liquid Chromatography, HPLC, Computer Assisted Semen Analyser, Flow-Cytometer, Autoanalyser, Digital Microphotography, ELISA Reader, Deep Freezer, Refrigerated High Speed Centrifuge, Tissue Culture Facility, 50 KVA DG Set, Experimental Animal House Facility, Library facility and Smart Classroom. Ph.D. Programme Thrust Areas Ø Animal Behaviour Ø Animal Physiology Ø Fish Biology Ø Cancer Biology Ø Developmental Biology Ø Endocrinology Ø Radiation Biology Ø Entomology Ø Reproductive Biology Ø Environmental Biology Ø Ethnobiology Ph.D. Programmes consist of 1. Basic Research (a) Study on Folklore Medicines as (i) Antifertility 78

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Professors Goyal,P.K. Jain, G.C. Jaroli, D.P. Joshi, S.C. Kumar, Madhu Sharma, J.D. Sharma, Jaimala Sharma, Subhashini Sisodia, Rashmi Verma, Shekhar

Associate Professor Unnithan, Usha

Assistant Professors Agrawal, Meera Ansari, A.S. Gupta, R.S. John, P.J. Lowry, M.L. Mali, P.C. Mathur, Nupur Nair, Neena Singh Anuradha Soni, Inderpal Srivastava, Seema


2. Clinical Research Clinical Trials (Phase III) on Injectable Intravasal Contraceptive for the Male (In collaboration with SMS medical College and Hospital, Jaipur)

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(ii) Antioxidants, Antidiabeticagents (iii) Radioprotectants (b) Medicinal Values of Desert Plants (c) Trace Elements (d) Environmental Toxicology (e) Entomology (f) Animal behaviou (g) Nano biotechnology r

Master's Programme MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ZOOLOGY Seats : 25 Duration : Four Semesters (Two Years) MASTER OF SCIENCE (MICROBIOLOGY): S.F.S. Course Seats : 25(+5 Seats NRI) Duration : Four Semesters (Two Years) Other Highlights & Achievement The department celebrated its Golden Jubilee and also organized two international conferences during 2010-11.

Centre for Computer Science & Information Technology About the Centre The Centre has been conducting regular courses in Computer Science since 1986. Presently, 3 Year (6 Semester) Master of Computer Applications (MCA) Course and 2 Year (4 Semester) Master of Science (Information Technology) courses are run at the Centre under Self Financing Scheme (SFS). Infrastructural Facilities The students have access to excellent infrastructural facilities. These facilities are being augmented continuously by the addition of hardware/ software, library and space facilities. A large Seminar Hall has been completed and the process of signing Memoranda of Understanding with several internationally reputed multinational companies and organizations is at a fairly advanced stage. These will enable students to have access to international technologies as a part of their course work. Internet Connectivity Internet connectivity is available. The entire building has CAT 5 cabling so that the Internet can be accessed from almost any location in the building. Computer Labs The computer labs consisting of more than 80 computers are connected through LAN and support diverse operating systems like DOS, Windows, Windows NT, Novel, and Linux. The labs are equipped with wide ranging development tools and platforms such as C. C++, Visual Basic, MS Office, Visual Studio, NET, Java, Oracle, DB2, MS SQL and many more. The students are allowed to work even during off hours. A hightech laboratory having 30 computers & 2 servers has been established in the centre to fulfil requirement of the courses to support latest technology and environment. Library The students have access to an in-house library, which has a large collection of books related to Computer Applications and Information Technology. In addition, the students have access to on-line resources.

Director Prof. R.N. Jat

Ph.D. Programme The students can take up research work for Ph.D. degree in various areas of Computer Science. Full scholarship for Ph.D. programme to an outstanding Information Technology Students of this centre has been offered by the University of Wroclaw, Polland since 2007-08.Collaborative website has been launched between Cornell University, New York and University of Rajasthan, Jaipur from March, 2009. Masters' Programme MASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS (SFS Course) Seats: 60 Duration : 6 Semesters (Three Years ) This is a 3 Years (6- Semesters) Post Graduate professional degree programme as per recommendations by the Department of Electronics, Government of India and aims to provide the students with, necessary computer science and software development expertise so that they can be absorbed as System Analysts/Information System Specialists/IT Experts etc. M A S T E R O F S C I E N C E ( I N F O R M AT I O N TECHNOLOGY) (SFS Course) Seats : 40 Duration : Four Semesters (Two Years)

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Centre for Development of Physics Education About the Centre The Centre for the Development of Physics Education was established in May 1978 by the University Grants Commission. This was a sequel to excellent developmental work done by the Department of Physics during the University Leadership Programme (1971-78). The activities of the Centre are (i) development of new Physics experiments and literature, (ii) assisting other institutions under contact programme, (iii) fabrication and supply of equipment developed by it to academic/research institutions on no-profit and no loss basis,(iv) development of teaching aids in the form of Computer and Audio Visual Programmes, The Center has developed over 100 experiments and supplied Physics equipments fabricated at the Centre to many Universities and Institutions in India and abroad. These equipment are also being used in training programmes sponsored by ICTP, Italy, at the University of Dar-es-salam, Tanzania, University of Maidugur, Nigeria, and the University of Zimbabwe, Harare. The Coupled Oscillator was awarded First Prize at an International Competition. The Centre has been supporting research groups in the Physics Department for fabrication of equipment and extending IT expertise for examination reforms and academic development. The Centre conducts workshops, exhibitions and training programmes for college teachers and also school children through INSPIRE Programme of DST, Govt. of India.

Director Prof. Y.K. Vijay

Infrastructural Facilities The Department has (i) a Mechanical Workshop (ii) an Electronic Workshop and (iii) Computer Lab. The mechanical workshop is equipped with a Lathe Machine and a Milling Machine The electronic workshop is equipped with measuring, testing and assembling equipment for electronic circuits. The computer lab is equipped with five computers with online support The Museum that houses equipment developed by the CDPE, is a major attraction for visitors and students of Physics. Master's Programme 1. M. Phil. in Physics Duration : One Year (a) General Lab (b) Computer Lab 2.

M.Tech Engineering Physics Seats: 20 (SFS Basis) Duration : Four Semesters (Two Years)

Centre for Non-Conventional Energy Resources About the Department Reliable supply of energy is a key issue of this century. With the aim to achieve this need of human life, Centre for Non-Conventional Energy Resources was established in the year 2000 The aim of the centre is to work for Green power The UGC has sanctioned an innovative one year M.Phil. degree course in Energy. This course deals with the issues of alternative energy sources and sustainable development. The aim is to perform an objective cost-benefit analysis on each form of alternative energy to determine large and small scale application, Particular attention is on the efficiency and limitations in terms of useable energy. This course provides a chance to students to work for energy problems of our country by providing them training in both theoretical and experimental aspects. Infrastructural Facilities The Centre has a research laboratory equipped with Electron gun, thin film deposition unit under UHV conditions, Thermal evaporation unit under high vacuum condition, UV-Vis Spectrophotometer, Electrometer, Ultrasonic cleaner, Ball milling under inert atmosphere, Heating furnace, Sievert type

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Hydrogen Energy: Storage and Applications.

Ø Solar Energy: Materials and Devices. Ø Thin Films, Surfaces and Interfaces Ø Amorphous Semiconductors Master's Programme M. Phil. IN ENERGY Duration : One Year P.G. Diploma Programme P.G. DIPLOMA IN ENERGY STUDIES (SFS) Seats: 30 Duration: Two Semesters (One year)


Director

About the Department

Prof. D.P. Jaroli

The Indira Gandhi Center for Human Ecology, Environmental and Population Studies was established in the year 1984. On Dec 31, 1997 the Indira Gandhi Centre was granted the status of a Department of the University of Rajasthan. The Department, under the COSIST programme with financial and other support from the UGC, has introduced a two-year Master's degree course (M.Sc.) in Environmental Science since July 1997. One Year P.G. Diploma courses in Human Ecology, Environmental Studies and Population Ecology were introduced since 1984-85.

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Indira Gandhi Centre for Human Ecology, Environmental & Population Studies

Chauhan, S.S. Jamali, T.I. Khan (On leave)

Ø Effect of Industrial Wastes on Morphology, Anatomy, and Cytology of plants Ø Textile Waste Water and Effects on Vegetables grown in the area. Master's Programme: M.Sc. ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Seats: 20 Duration: Four Semesters (Two years)

A well-equipped research laboratory with latest equipment (like UV-Spectrophotometer, Atomic Absorption Spectrophoto-meter (ASS), B.O.D. Incubator, ovens, water testing kits) is available in this Department. The Department has a well-equipped

P.G. Diploma Programme POST P.G. DIPLOMA IN HUMAN ECOLOGY Seats: 15 Duration: One year

library consisting of 2500 books and it subscribes to journals. Ph.D. Programme Thrust Areas Ø Desertification Process and its control Ø Municipal Solid Waste Management Ø Fluoride in drinking water and fluorosis problems in Rajasthan Ø Nitrates in drinking water and health problems Ø Textile waste water and adverse effects Ø Biodiversity conservation in sanctuaries, National Parks and Tiger Reserves Ø Sustainable Development in Agricultural and Industrial areas Ø Organic Farming

POST P.G. DIPLOMA IN ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES Seats: 15 Duration: One year

POST P.G. DIPLOMA IN POPULATION ECOLOGY Seats: 15 Duration: One year

Ø Wildlife Habitat Utilization

Centre for Water Management & Research About the Centre The centre was started in the session 2010-11 with a PG Diploma in Water Resource Management. The Centre was established to meet the long felt need of water scarcity especially in arid and semi arid region. This Centre will prepare students, who, as water managers will help in sustainable management of the limited water resources. These water managers shall also ensure water security for all through integrated water resource management.

Director Prof. A.K. Sinha P.G. Diploma Programme P.G. DIPLOMA IN WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (S.F.S.) Seats: 40 Duration: Two Semesters (One year)

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Department of Anthropology Dean Department of Economics Prof. Damayanti Gupta Ph.0141-2706470 Department of History & Indian Culture Department of Political Science Hony. Director, PG School of Department of Public Administration Social Sciences Department of Sociology Prof. Rajiv Gupta Centre for Buddhist Studies Centre for Gandhian Studies Centre for Local Self Government Studies Centre for Museology and Conservation Centre for Mass Communication Centre for Nehru Studies Centre for Rajasthan Studies Centre for Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy Centre for Women Studies Social Sciences Research Centre South Asia Study Centre

Department of Anthropology About the Department Realizing the importance of rapid technological and cultural changes, the Department of Anthropology was set up in 1988 with the objective of producing manpower with a blend of scientific temper and social awareness. The discipline of Anthropology, in its broadest sense, refers to the study of man and society, living or extinct. It includes a number of distinct but related subfields such as Physical Anthropology, Socio-cultural Anthropology, Archaeological Anthropology and Linguistic Anthropology. Students who enrol in the course are trained in the unique field work that sets Anthropology apart from other Social Sciences. Infrastructural Facilities The Department has a well-equipped laboratory and a rich library.

Faculty Head & Assistant Professor Sharma, Kumud Assistant Professors Agrawal, Seema Kothari, Bela

Ph.D. Programme Thrust Areas Ø Folk Culture of Rajasthan Ø Rehabilitation and Resettlement Issues in Displacement Ø Folk Medicine and Medical Pluralism Ø Anthropology of Youth Ø Folk Deities and Religion Ø Gender Issues in Anthropology Ø Anthropology of Minorities, Tribal and Nomadic Communities. Ø Educational Anthropology Ø Social Change and Modernization Master's Programme MASTER OF ARTS/SCIENCE (ANTHROPOLOGY) Seats:30 Duration : Four Semesters (Two Years)

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Department of Economics About the Department The Department of Economics was established in 1949. It is the oldest teaching department of the University of Rajasthan, Jaipur. The teaching for M.A. in the Department was started from the session 195051. The UGC has sanctioned Special Assistance Programme Phase-III to the Department for 5 years (2007-12). The Planning Commission has sanctioned Planning Commission Chair to the Department since 1996.The Department has distinguished itself in academic and other activities. It has the privilege of having associated itself with eminent economists of both national and international repute such as Late Prof. M.V. Mathur, Late Prof. Raj Krishna, Late Prof. R.J. Chelliah, Prof. G.S. Bhalla, Dr. C. Rangarajan, Prof. Y.K. Alagh, Dr. Ramesh Bhatia, Prof. Kanta Ahuja, Prof. M.C. Vaish, Prof. B.C. Mehta., Dr. Arvind Pangariya etc. Many students of the Department join administrative, economic, banking and financial services each year. The Department publishes a research Journal –Arthshodh. The Department has instituted an Annual Lecture in the memory of its respected teacher Prof. Raj Krishna

Infrastructural Facilities The Department has a computer laboratory with internet facility and a Library with more than 4000 books. Ph.D. Programme Thrust Areas Ø

Public Economics

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International Trade and Development

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Agricultural Development

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Industrial Development

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Rural Development

Faculty Head & Professor Kateja, Alpana

Professor Singh, Vijay Vir (On Leave)

Associate Professor Saxena, R.C.

Assistant Professors Bhanawat, K. Chaturvedi, Anshu Jain, M.K. Jat, Rameshwar Mathur, Meeta Sinha, Rajani Somra, S. S.

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Financial Institutions & Banking Development

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Human Resource Development and Health

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Environmental Economics

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Gender Issues

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Infrastructure and Economic Development

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Finance of Local Self Bodies

Masters' Programme M. Phil. IN ECONOMICS Seats : 15 (+ 5 Seats on SFS Basis) Duration : One Year MASTER OF ARTS (ECONOMICS) Seats : 120 Duration : Four Semesters (Two Years)

Department of History & Indian Culture About the Department Established in 1950, the oldest Department of the University, acquired its present form as the Department of History & Indian Culture in 1962. Since then the Department has been running an alternative Masters course which covers papers such as Philosophy of History, Historiography, History of Science and Technology, History of Buddhism, Major Revolutions, History of Rajasthan etc. Many eminent scholars have served the Department as teaching Faculty. Infrastructural Facilities The Department is equipped with the Raghuvanshi Memorial Library (5000 books),a Museum with various 5000 artifacts and the required paraphernalia for archeological studies, along with TV-VCR, Maps and Computers. Ph.D. Programme Thrust Areas Ø Rajasthan History and Culture Ø History of Ideas and Movements

Faculty Head & Professor Meena, R.S.

Professor Sharma, Krishna Gopal Upadhyaya, Vibha

Associate Professors Kumari, Vijay Sanghvi, Pramila Sharma, Santosh

Assistant Professors Poonia, Pramila Sharma, Rajendra, Sharma, Sangeeta Sihag, C.L.

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Ø History of Science and Technology Ø Socio-Economic History Masters' Programme M. Phil. IN HISTORY Duration : One Year MASTER OF ARTS (HISTORY) Seats : 120 Duration : Four Semesters (Two Years)

PG Diploma Programme PG DIPLOMA IN INDIAN CULTURE Seats : 60 Duration : One year Other Highlights & Achievements The Department has organized several seminars and conferences with assistance from UGC and ICHR, besides a number of Refresher Courses under the auspices of the Academic Staff College. The Department is publishing a journal Jijnasa

Department of Political Science About the Department The Department was established in 1962 IIIustrious scholar like Prof. S.P. Verma, Prof. Iqbla Narain, Prof. C.P. Bhambhri, Prof. Raman murti, Prof. V.R. Mehta, Prof. D.B. Mathur, Prof. P.D. Sharma, Prof. H.G. Pant, Prof. K.L. Kamal, joined it. Scholars of this Department have played pivotal role in shaping higher education in India. They have been Vice-Chancellors of various central & State Universities, Member Secetary of ICSSR, Chairperson of RPSC & State Commission for Women. The Department has contributed immensely to the growth of the discipline. Many of the pioneer courses like Modern Political Theory Comparative Government and Institutions and State Politics were formulated here. The department has played a leading role in the introducation of the study and research of Indian tradition and Political thought. The U.G.C. had sactioned S.A.P. for 'Indian Political tradition and Contemporary Indian Political Structures and their Processes,' The Department is one of the earliest to be given University Leadership Programme by the U.G.C. The students of the Department have done us proud by being in the civil services, academics and politics. Other Highlights & Achievements The Department holds National Seminars every year. A special lecture entitled 'Murty Memorial Lecture' is an annual event. For delivering lectures eminent Gandhian Scholars are invited. Two journals are published from the Department: (1) Political Science Review (in English) and (2) Rajya Shastra Sameeksha( in Hindi). Ph.D. Programme Thrust Areas of Research Ø Political Theory Ø Peace-Studies Ø Western Political Thought Ø Gandhian Political Thought Ø Indian Political Thought Ø Foreign Policies Ø Indian Government and Politics Ø South Asia and West Asia Ø International Politics

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Faculty Head & Professor Gupta, Damyanti

Professors Dadhich, N.(on leave) Goyal, Rajni Gupta, S.D. Jain, Vidya Sahay, Shashi Sharma, Nidhi, L.

Assistant Professors Agrawal S.M. Chaturvedi,Inakshi Chawla, Ramesh Manju Jain, M.K. Jha, Rakesh Kr. Pareek, Archana Rai, Sheila Sharma, Manju Sharma, Rajesh Kr. Singh, Manju Singh, Ranka

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Comparative Politics Socialist Political Thought Public Administration Police Administration Panchayati Raj Human Rights and Gender Studies

Masters' Programme M. Phil. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE Duration : One Year MASTER OF ARTS (POLITICAL SCIENCE) Seats :120 Duration : Four Semesters (Two Years)


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Department of Public Administration About the Department The Department was founded in 1957 and is housed in the Social Science building. The M.Phil. Programme was started in 1978. The Department has produced a large number of Administrators, Professionals & Academicians. A Special Assistance Programme (SAP) entitled “Capacity Building in Public institutions of Governance with special reference to Municipal Institutions in Rajasthan” has been sanctioned by the University Grants Commission (UGC) to this Department for a period of 5 years (2007-12). Organisation of national and International seminar in the department is a regular feature. Infrastructure Facilities The Department has Internet facilities provided through the Rajasthan University Network (RUN). SAP Centre also provides an indepth research in the topical areas of urban governance.

Ph.D. Programme Thrust Areas Ø Rural Local Administration Ø Urban Local Administration Ø Human Resource Management Ø Administrative Theories Ø Administrative Law Ø Public Underakings Ø Disaster Management Ø Recent Trends in Administration Ø E-Governmance & Good Governance Ø Administrative Reforms Ø Human Rights Ø Development Administration Ø Sustainable Development Ø Constitutional System & Public Administration Ø Public Relations & Administration Ø Internal Security and Police Administration Masters' Programme M. Phil. IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION Duration : One Year MASTER OF ARTS PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION Seats : 120 Duration : Four Semesters (Two Years)

Faculty Head & Professor Bhatnagar, Deepak

Professors Goyal, Suresh Joshi, Preeta Sharma, Sangeeta,

Assistant Professors Mahla, OM Saxena, Pradeep Sharma, K.K. Singh, Ashok Verma, O.P.

Other Highlights & Achievements The Department has the Privilege of having a number of visiting professors form different Universities in India and abroad. The Department of Public Administration and SAP successfully organised a three-day national seminar from 12-14 March, 2010 on the theme: "Municipal Capacity Building in India: Issues Problems and Challenges." The Centre for Local Self Government Studies was established during IXth five year plan. The Centre is organizing Conferences, Seminars, Lectures related to Public Administration in general and local issues in particular. The Centre, recently, organized a two day National Seminar on the theme : MGNREGA : Socioeconomic empowerment strategy for Rural India on 30–31 March, 2012.

Department of Sociology About the Department The Department was established in 1961 and is housed in the Social Sciences Building. The department is celebrating ‘Golden Jubilee’ year (2011). The Department is very active and vibrant. It holds two memorial orations entitled ‘Prof. N.K. Singhi Memorial Oration’ and ‘Prof. Ram Ahuja Memorial Oration’ every year. Eminent scholars are invited to deliver these lectures. Apart from this, the Advanced Seminar Club organises special lectures/interactive session/workshops for the benefit of students and faculty members. Practical training for field work is also imparted to the students. Department also runs classes for generating consciousness about competitions and personality development without any additional economic burden on students.

Faculty Head & Professor Gupta, Rajiv

Professor Sharma, S.L.

Assistant Professors Bhatnagar, Mridula Jain, Rashmi Kumari, Manju Mathur, Deepa Sharma, Naina (On Leave)

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UGC Special Assistance Programme is being run in the Department since 2005. The theme of SAP is “Sociology of Culture in Rajasthan under the Impact of Globalization” Two journals, “Studies in Sociology” (English) and “Samajik Vimarsh” (Hindi) are published by the department. The Department holds a National Conference every year. In 2008 it hosted the 34th All India Sociological Conference with more than 1000 delegates. Infrastructural Facilities The Department has lecture theaters, a smart class, room a seminar room a departmental library and a staff room besides faculty cabins and office space. Academic Programmes Ph.D. Programme Thrust Areas Ø Sociology of the Marginalized People Ø Sociology of Social Change Ø Sociology of Gender Relations Ø Sociology of Max Weber Ø Sociology of Development

Ø Sociology of Social Inequalities Ø Sociology of Knowledge Ø Sociology of Education Ø Sociology of Crime Ø Sociology of Rural Life Ø Sociology of Profession Ø Research Methodology Ø Sociological Theory Ø Sociology of Law M.Phil. : Duration : One Year Masters' Programme Master of Arts in Sociology Seats : 120 Duration : Four Semesters (Two Years) Masters' in Social Work (SFS) Seats : 40 Duration : Four Semesters (Two Years)

Buddhist Studies Centre About the Centre Buddhist Studies Centre has been established in the Department of History and Indian Culture from the session 2008-09. The main focus of the Centre is to provide research facilities to scholars of Buddhism. The Centre possesses a library on Buddhist literature and also organizes lectures/ Seminars/Workshops and extension lectures by eminent scholars in this

Director Prof. R.S. Meena area. A Certificate course in Buddhist Religion and Philosophy is also Proposed in the near future. The Centre has organised a National Seminar on “Buddhism and World Today” in March 2011.

Centre for Gandhian Studies About the Centre The Centre for Gandhian Studies was established in 1985 as the academic and research wing of Gandhi Bhawan. The centre has its own library containing more than 4000 books, films, and records of the speeches of Mahatma Gandhi The Centre Publishes a News-letter “Forum. Dialogue On Gandhion Thought and Action”. Since its inception, the Centre has been actively engaged in organizing seminars and panel

Director Prof. Vidya Jain discussions on themes related to Gandhian ideas. Many scholars of international eminence have visited the Centre from time to time. Master's Programme M. Phil. IN GANDHIAN STUDIES Duration : One Year

Centre for Museology and Conservation About the Centre The Centre for Museology and Conservation was established in 2005.Academic Programmes of the Centre include Museum Management, Collection and Research documentation of Heritage Sites, Elements of Indian art, architecture, Archaeology, Epigraphy, Numismatics, Folk art and Culture, Anthropology, Identification and conservation of Cultural heritage of the country. Ph.D. Programme Thrust Areas Ø Museum Management 86

Director Prof. Vibha Upadhyaya

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Collection and Documentation of Heritage Museology Heritage & Tourism Elements of Indian Art Architecture Archaeology Epigraphy


POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN HERITAGE MANAGEMENT AND TOURISM (S.F.S. COURSE) Seats : 20 Duration : One Year (Annual Proggramme)

Centre for Mass Communication About the Centre The Centre for Mass Communication, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur came into being in 1991. The Centre has made appreciable headway in the last two decades. So far, nearly 1100 students have studied at the Centre and a large number of them are working in different spheres of the media. In 1991-92 under the self-financing scheme the Centre started a one year P.G. Diploma Course in Journalism. This was later converted into a one year Bachelor Degree Course in Journalism and Mass Communication (BJMC) in 1992–93 From the academic session 2001-02, it has been replaced by a two-year Master's degree programme. It is heartening that the Centre has carved out a niche for itself in the field of Media Education amongst the Universities of India. Eminent journalists and media persons have contributed their mite towards its growth in various ways. Conferences, seminars, workshops and discussions have been organized under the aegis of the Centre from time to time. These have enabled the students to present their views in a free and frank atmosphere.

Faculty Head & Professor Bhanawat, Sanjeev Ph.D. Programme Thrust Areas Ø

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Print Media:–Literary Journalism, Educational Journalism, Works of eminent journalists, Human Rights, Journalism for Children, Science Journalism, Social Concerns & Women's Issues, Economic & Social Status of Journalists, Cultural Reporting, Sting operations etc. Televison:– Women's image in serials, T.V. News Channels. Advertising:– Internet Advertising, Social Advertising, Ethics in Advertising, Advertising Agencies.

Master's Programme MASTER OF JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATION (S.F.S. Course) Seats: 30 Duration : Four Semesters (Two Years) Other Highlights & Achievements An ambitious publication programme has been taken up by the Centre. A series of 13 books covering a wide range of media related topics, have been brought out under this programme.

Infrastructural Facilities Well-equipped library, computer lab and a recently established TV Studio

Nehru Studies Centre About the Centre The Centre was established in 2006. Indian Society owes a great deal to Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru in the application of non-violence for resolving conflicts at the national, and more so at the international level, as well as modernization of society with emphasis on science and rationality. The Nehru Studies Centre aims to organize seminars/lecture series and help students in their research/studies in the thoughts and programmes of Nehru.

Director Dr. Rajesh Kumar Sharma

Infrastructure Facilities The Nehru Studies Centre has a rich library for scholars, teachers and students of the University to disseminate the thoughts of Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru.

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Ø Numismatics Ø Conservation of Cultural Heritage Ø Folk Art & Culture Master's Programme MASTER OF ARTS IN MUSEOLOGY AND CONSERVATION Seats : 30 Duration : Four Semesters (Two Years)


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Centre for Rajasthan Studies About the Centre Established in 1975 the Centre is housed in Maharana Pratap Bhawan of the University to promote and to coordinate research on historical, social, cultural, literary, economic and environmental aspects of Rajasthan together with collection, compilation, cataloguing, and publication of relevant source material. The centre organises national and state level seminars. The Centre has so far published 17 books on Rajasthan.The centre has recently organised a national seminar on the theme " Cultural History of Rajasthan New Researches, Hypotheses and Prospects" in January 2012. The centre has research library of nearly 3800 books and Thikana records .

Director Prof. Krishna Gopal Sharma

Master's Programme (S.F.S. Course) Master of Arts in Rajasthani Language Literature and Culture Seats : 60 Duration : Four Semesters (Two Years)

Centre for Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy About the Centre Centre for Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy was established in 2008 Objectives of the Centre Conceptualizing discrimination, exclusion and inclusion based on caste/ethnicity, religion and gender. Developing understanding of the nature and dynamics of systemic discrimination, margina- lization and exclusion. Helping in formulating policies for protecting the rights of marginalized and excluded groups and eradicating the problems of exclusion and discrimination. The Centre functions as Resource Centre for: Ø Academic debate and research in the areas of social exclusion and inclusive policy

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Ø Building database in the area. Ø Organizing seminars, symposia and workshops, apart from public lectures. Ø Establishing links with civil society in combating social exclusion. Ø Creating awareness and sensitization. Ø The Centre has built up a good library on Social Exclusion/Discrimination Studies. Ø The Centre is also publishing an Annual Newsletter.

Centre for Women's Studies About the Centre Women's Studies is an interdisciplinary field of research, teaching and activism that places gender at the centre of inquiry. Women's Studies perspective is being incorporated by the UGC into different disciplines in Humanities and Social Sciences. The Centre for Women's Studies established in the University of Rajasthan, Jaipur in 1985 is committed to Gender Equality; Equity & Justice and works to realize the same through academic pursuits and extension activities independently and in collaboration with other Centres, Departments, GOs and NGOs. Since its inception the Centre has been functioning effectively in accordance with the guidelines of the UGC that is to “promote awareness among women and men, of the need to develop and utilize women's full potential as resources for national development in its economic, political and socio-cultural aspects; on the need to question existing values and of their social responsibilities to participate equally”. The centre has been organizing National, International Seminars, Symposia, Workshops and Refresher courses on Gender issues and Extension 88

Director Dr. Mini Nanda Activities with UNICEF, RUWA (Rajasthan University Women's Association), PUCL (Peoples Union for Civil Liberties), Lekhika Sahitya Sansthan, Indian Institute of Health Management & Research, and other NGOs working for the cause of women. The Centre also works in close association with other Centres and also with the National and State Commission for Women. The Centre has a specialized Library comprising over 2500 books on women/gender studies. Since 1999, the Centre has been publishing a Newsletter-cum Magazine Vimarsh. With 11 issues published, a decade of this publication has been completed. Vimarsh has given Rajasthan University a national and international presence in Women's Studies. The Centre has been undertaking research projects on various issues relating to the changing status of women. As per University Notification of 16.09.1999, the Centre is the headquarter of Complaints Committee on Prevention of sexual harassment of women at workplace.


About the Centre Established on 11th October 1975, the Social Sciences Research Centre (SSRC) was conceived primarily to impart greater scientific vigur to research activities and promote interdisciplinary perspective particularly in the realm of Social Sciences. The Centre works for facilitating and coordinating inter-disciplinary orientation and research. The SSRC is committed to improve the research activities in the Departments of Social Sciences and also to coordinate research and other relevant activities in the facility. The specific objectives of the centre are : Ø To promote research in general, and interdisciplinary research in particular, both within and beyond the faculty of social sciences. Ø Arranging symposia and seminars around interdisciplinary themes with the help of academic community spread over different disciplines. Ø Encouraging publications of interdisciplinary character.

Director Prof. S. L. Sharma Ø Facilitating co-ordination and interaction amongst faculty of social science. Ø To foster ties with research institutes outside the University. The centre has a specialized library and is well equipped with computing facilities including a local area network with its own dial-in server for internet access and optical scanning equipment. In 2010 centre has launched an annual Social Science Journal “Social Science Explorer”. SSRC also extends counseling, guidance and other opportunities for students and research scholars. Also, a smart class-room is being installed for social science students.

South Asia Studies Centre About the Department Established in 1963, South Asia Studies Centre (SASC) is a premier area studies research institution devoted to the study of India's neighbouring countries covering historico-cultural, socio-economic and political aspects having the status of a University Department. The Centre is a multidisciplinary research institution. Being primarily an institution devoted to South Asian Studies it encourages in-depth understanding of the socio-economic and political phenomena of the South Asian Region, in general, and the study of the individual South Asian Countries in particular. Infrastructure Facilities The Centre has a Seminar hall, a library and a documentation cell. Ph.D. Programme Thrust Areas Being a multi-disciplinary area studies centre, the SASC concentrates on the study of social, economic, political, geographical and historical phenomena as well as processes, which directly or indirectly influence the dynamics of South Asian societies, viz., Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Maldives and Afghanistan.

Faculty Director & Professor Upreti, B.C.

Professors Dadhich, Ramesh (On Leave) Singh, Karori

Asstt. Professors Krishan Gopal Upadhyay, Shashi,

Master's Programme M. Phil. IN SOUTH ASIAN STUDIES Duration : One Year Other Highlights & Achievements The SASC organizes National Seminars, Symposia and International Conferences every year. Special lectures by eminent experts are also delivered during every academic session apart from the Friday seminar. The Centre publishes its own Journal titled South Asian Studies on a biannual basis. The Centre also publishes project reports and Ph.D. thesis. Prof. S.P. Varma Memorial Lecture and Prof. Iqbal Narain Memorial lecture are also organized by the Centre every year.

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UNIVERSITY COMMERCE COLLEGE

UNIVERSITY CONSTITUENT COLLEGES 1. University Commerce College 2. University Five Year Law College 3. University Law College 4. University Law College Centre-II 5. University Maharaja College 6. University Maharani College 7. University Rajasthan College

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INTRODUCTION The University Commerce College is one of the biggest colleges of Rajasthan University having more than 5800 students on roll. The University Grants Commission has conferred the status of "College with Potential for Excellence (CPF)" in the year 2011. The University commerce College. Apart from traditional courses like B.Com. Pass and B.Com. Hons., the College has gained prominence in recent years in running professional courses like BBA, BCA and B.Com. (A.T.P.) also. The College has had the unique distinction of organising the All–India Commerce Conference twice, in 1977 and 1995. It also successfully organised various National & International Seminars and Conferences such as 'Changing Perspectives in Management Education' (2004),Globalisation and Changing Business Environment in India' (2004), Globalisation: Myth or Reality ?' (2005) and " Emerging Issues in Commerce and Management" (2006). The college organized a National Seminar on "Corporate Governance and Ethical Issues in Changing Economic Scenario" in the year 2009. The college also organized two seminars, one National Seminar on "Professional Orientation of Business Education" (23 Dec. 2009) and International Seminar on "Rural Marketing: The College has two big play grounds. It also has three A.C. Computer labs, having 77 computers and two digital labs for BCA students. The College has a rich library with nearly 2.25 lakhs books, many prestigious Journals and magazines. A large number of our students have qualified in professional examinations like Chartered Accountancy, Company Secretary, Cost Accountancy and MBA courses. The achievements of the College in the field of games and sports, NSS, NCC and scouting are highly commendable. A unique feature of the college is its Career counseling and Placement Centre which helps students in getting suitable employment in various national and internationally recognized companies. Recently some students have been selected in reputed Organizations. The college is planning to establish a 90

Principal Prof. N.K. Kumbhat Vice-Principals Prof. J.P.N. Sharma Prof. J.P. Yadav Dr. B.L. Gupta Dr. R.S. Sharma Contact: Ph. 141-2707922 141-2710483 Net–work resource centre in the forthcoming session. College has a highly qualified and experienced faculty for providing quality education in Commerce, Business & Management and Computer Sciences. The College has hosted and organized many tournaments during the session 2011–2012 (i) Chess–Inter College Tournament (ii) Tennis–Inter College Tournament (iii) Squash–Inter College Tournament (iv) Basket Ball- Inter Univesity Tournament The students of the college participated in inter college tournaments and secured first position in Cricket and Tennis. Some students won medals in national level inter–university tournaments The college is continuously upgrading its infrastructure in achieving excellence in commerce education in Rajasthan. The college is developing a smart class room, language lab and research facility for teachers with the help of the UGC and the University. These advanced learning centers will be fully equipped with all teaching aids of advanced level such as interactive board, visualizers, multimedia projectors and LED presentation systems. These facilities are also helpful for the students of SC, ST, minorities and other less privileged sections of the society. The college has also installed an advanced security system such as CCTV cameras and continuous power supply and backup system.


UNIVERSITY COMMERCE COLLEGE

B.Com. (Bachelor of Commerce)

Seats: 660

ò Students are required to give preference in the application form for combination of three optional subjects for B.Com. Course

Compulsory Subjects Elementary Computer Applications Environmental Studies General Hindi/Elementary Hindi* General English * For Foreign and non-Hindi speaking students

Optional Subjects

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Accountancy & Business Statistics (ABST) Business Administration (Bus. Adm.) Economic Administration & Financial Mgt.(EAFM) Computer Applications (Additional Optional ) Subject Combination 301 ABST Bus. Adm. EAFM Code No.

Non-commerce students are required to pass an additional paper– Book-keeping. Marks obtained in this paper will not be included in calculation of the division.

B.Com. (Bachelor of Commerce)- Honours Honours Subjects Code No. 302 Accountancy & Business Statistics 303 Business Administration 304 EconomicAdministration & Financial Mgt. (EAFM) òNon-commerce students are required to pass one additional paper—Book-Keeping and Accountancy. Marks obtained in this paper will not be included in calculating the division.

Seats: 60 each Compulsory Subjects Ele. Computer Applications Environmental Studies General Hindi/ Ele. Hindi* General English

Medium: English/Hindi

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òMinimum number of students each honours sbuject must be 15 to run the honours course.

SELF FINANCING COURSES B.Com. (Bachelor of Commerce) (Evening) Subject Combinations and Eligibility criteria same as given in B.Com. Pass Course above.

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B.C.A. (Bachelor of Computer Applications) Code No. 222 Medium : English Duration : Three Years

B.B.A. (Bachelor of Business Administration)

Seats: 120 Nine Theory Papers Three Practical labs.

Seats: 120

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UNIVERSITY FIVE YEAR LAW COLLEGE

UNIVERSITY FIVE YEAR LAW COLLEGE UNIVERSITY FIVE YEAR LAW COLLEGE University Campus, Jaipur

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INTRODUCTION The University Five Year Law College, a selffinancing endeavour offers an integrated B.A., LL.B. (Hons.) degree in 10 Semesters within a span of five years. The course, instituted during the academic session 2008-09 is duly recognized by the Bar Council of India. Infrastructural Facilities

Director Prof. Mridul Srivastava Joint Director Dr. mahesh Koolwal Contact: Ph. 91-141-2712307 Fax-91-141-2712307 e-mail: directorfylc@gmail.com

The college has its own separate, well-constructed, wi-fi premises equipped with all the amenities like A/C Lecture Theatre, Seminar Hall, Activity Room, updated Library, Computer labs with 24 hours Internet

The aim of the college is the constant exploration of

Facility and access to legal database like

different avenues and consistent involvement in

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learning. Keeping in mind the overall development of

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students, the college has also availed the facilities of

The course have been designed to provide

the Sports Complex in the University Campus.

comprehensive knowledge of law, both theoretical and

B.A., LL.B. (Hons) Five years Integrated Course(SFS)

practical, through classroom teaching, Moot Courts, Seminars, Extension lectures and Internship. Study of a foreign language is part of the curriculum which gives students an extra advantage in today's global scenario. Separate classes are allotted exclusively for the preparation of Seminar, Debates, GDs, thus developing soft-skills and grooming one's personality. We have an exclusive weekly test system which constantly upgrades and updates students knowledge and learning. Separate Library period and Computer Lab period is provided for self-study. Court visits, survey of Jails and Internship with established law firms enhance their practical acumen. To instill the sense of social responsibility and awareness the college makes an extra effort by attaching students with NGOs of Local, National and International repute. These activities give students practical exposure.

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Seats : 120 ( 5 NRI ) Admission Process The candidate has to appear for the Entrance Examination RULET conducted by the University of Rajasthan. It comprises of multiple choice questions and the duration is of 2 hours. After clearing the written examination, the candidate has to appear for GD and Personal Interview. Selection is made purely on the basis of merit and performance in all three rounds.


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INTRODUCTION The Law College, as it was originally called, was established in Jaipur by the Government of the erstwhile State of Jaipur in 1947, that is the year corresponding with the foundation of the University of Rajasthan. It was housed, first in the building now known as the University Maharaja's College and had 306 students, a full time Principal, one Reader, three Part-time teachers. In the beginning, only a two-year LL.B. Course was started from 1947 to 1952 and the Law College was affiliated to the University of Rajasthan. On July 1, 1953, the College was transferred by the State Government to the University of Rajasthan. The foundation stone of a separate Vidhi Bhawan was laid by Shri Barkatullah Khan, the then Chief Minister of Rajasthan, on Friday, 22nd December 1972.

Principal Dr. B.D. Rawat Vice-Principals Dr. (Mrs.) M. Shastri Dr. Prahlad Rai Dr. H.M. Mittal Contact: Ph. 91-141-2709260 Teaching began in this building from the session 1975-76. At present the classes are held in two buildings: (i) Social Science Block (popularly known as the Old Law Building and (ii) the Vidhi Bhawan (popularly known as the New Law Building). During the session 1993-94, the College was declared by the UGC as a Constituent College of the University of Rajasthan, Jaipur.

LL.B. (Bachelor of Law) Academic/Professional Courses

Seats: 720

LL.B. (THREE YEAR) PROFESSIONAL COURSE LL.B. Academic/Professional. The Bar Council of India recommended the introduction of 27 papers for LL.B. Course from the Session 1998-99. This new course has already been introduced. LL.B (FIRST YEAR) ACADEMIC/PROFESSIONAL Under the new scheme the candidates for the LL.B. First Year (Academic/Professional) shall be examined in nine papers. Each paper shall be of 100 marks and of three hours duration.

LL.B (SECOND YEAR) ACADEMIC/PROFESSIONAL Candidates for the LL.B. Second Year (Academic/ Professional) shall be examined in nine papers: LL.B. (THIRD YEAR) PROFESSIONAL Candidates for the LL.B. Third Year (Professional) shall be examined in nine papers.

POLICY FOR ADMISSION Eligibility : (a) 45% marks in the aggregate of the qualifying Examination for admission to LL.B. I Year class. (b) 60% and above in the aggregate for students coming from Universities other than those situated in the State of Rajasthan. Minimum eligibility for admission to the LL.B. First Year (O.252). As per provision of O.-252 only such candidates who have passed the Bachelor's or Master's Degree examination with the required marks in aggregate shall be eligibile for admission to the LL.B. I year class. No concession on any ground, whatsoever, is admissible in the said rule. (i) A candidate who has taken the Bachelor's or the Master's Degree in Arts/ Commerce/ Science/ Engineering/Management (of 2 years duration) / Nursing/ Agriculture or the Degree of Shastri/ Acharya or the Degree of Ayurvedacharya/Ayurveda

Brihaspati of this University or of any other University recognised for the purpose by the Syndicate with full course prescribed for the Degree and has secured a minimum of 45% marks, minimum of 60% in case of a student coming from a University situated out of Rajasthan (excluding any concessional marks) in the aggregate marks prescribed for the examination for the aforesaid degree, shall be eligible for admission to LL.B. First Year class. N.B (i) For the purpose of this Ordinance the marks of only those subjects/papers shall be taken into account which have been considered for awarding division at the Bachelor's/Master's Degree examination. (ii) Candidates who have passed their qualifying examination with full course in one attempt or in parts or as a private candidate or by correspondence will also be eligible for admission to the LL.B I Year provided they have secured the minimum percentage of marks as prescribed above.

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(2) Admissions shall be made on the basis of merit and in accordance with the rules made thereof by the competent authority. Provided further that the condition of obtaining a minimum of 45% marks in the aggregate at the qualifying examination shall not apply to the Natural Born Son/Daughters of parents belonging to Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribes. Note : From the session 1994-95 only candidates who have obtained a Bachelor's Degree of 10+2+3 pattern or those who have passed a one year PrePost Graduate/Bridge Course Examination after obtaining a Bachelor's Degree of 10+1+3 or 10+2+2 pattern shall be considered eligible for admission. Explanation: Provided that it would not apply in the case of such candidates who have passed their graduation examination prior to the academic session of 1991-92 and they will also have the option to clear the Pre P.G./ Bridge Course for seeking admission or appearing in the examination for a higher course in the University or elsewhere. (Academic Council Res. No. 3 dated 18/19 April 94 & Syndicate Res, No. 9 dt. 18.7.94). 2. Admission shall be made on the basis of merit and in accordance with the rules made thereof by the competent authority. Important Note : (i) Candidates belonging to S.C.and S.T. categories will be required to produce a certificate to the effect from a District Magistrate/Tehsildar/Sub-Divisional Magistrate, without which their cases will not be considered under the above provisions (0.81-11). (ii) Candidates belonging to OBC category shall be required to produce a certificate to that effect from a District Magistrate/ Tehsildar/Sub-Divisional Magistrate, without which their cases will not be considered under the above clause (a), (iii) Candidates claiming concession under clause (c) above shall be required to furnish a certificate in the original from the Principal, S.M.S. Medical College, Jaipur/Director, Rehabilitation Research Center/ Head of the Department concerned of S.M.S. Medical College,Jaipur. (iv) A relaxation of 5% marks in the minimum percentage of marks for admission under provision I (c) shall be admissible to Physically Handicapped candidated defined a deaf/ dumb/ loss of any limb with permanent disability. Such cases will be screened and cleared by a Central Committee constituted for this purpose. (v) No other concession or weightage of marks on any other score whatsoever shall, however, be admissible to them. (vi) Notwithstanding anything contained in the ordinances prescribing minimum percentage of marks for admission to the various courses of studies, the Head of the institution may fix a higher minimum percentage of marks for students other than those belonging to S.C./S.T. category for regulating admission in the college concerned (0.81-VII). 2. Concession/Weighatage for purpose of admission : The following concessions shall be admissible to the outstanding players and athletes seeking admission to the various courses of study in the Faculty of Law : (A) The following categories of candidates shall be

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eligible for admission to a course irrespective of the marks obtained by them at the qualifying examination provided they fulfil the conditions of eligibility laid down in other Ordinances : (i) Those who have been sponsored by the Ministry of Education and Social Welfare to represent the Nation in Games and Sports in the International Tournaments at least (ii) Those who have been sponsored by the Inter-University Sports Board to represent the Indian Universities in Games and Sports in International Tournaments at least once in the immediately preceding two years. (iii) Those who have represented both the University and the State in Games and Sports in the Inter-University in the Games and Sports in the National Tournaments at least once in the immediately preceding two years. (iv) Those who have represented both the University and the State in Games and Sports in the Inter-University and National Junior Tournaments, at least once in the immediately preceding two years. (v) Those who have been members of either the University of the State of Rajasthan teams in Games and Sports which have been declared winners or runners-up in the Inter-University or holders of first three positions in individual events in either of the above tournaments at least once in the immediately preceding two years. (vi) Those who have represented the State Schools in Games and Sports in the School National Tournaments at least once in the immediately preceding two years.

Only one reservation/ weightage/ Concession will be allowed to the applicant.

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION O.251: There shall be a Three Year Course for the degree of LL.B. (P) and Two Year Course for the degree of LL.B.(A) and the teaching shall be conducted through the lecture method, practical and class performance during the session and an examination shall be conducted through written papers, practical examination and a viva-voce at the end of each session. Three Year LL.B. (P) Course : 1. LL.B. (P)/LL.B. (A) First Year Examination at the end of the First Year. 2. LL.B. (P)/LL.B. (A) Second Year Examination at the end of the Second Year. 3. LL.B. (P) Third Year Examination at the end of the Third Year. All students shall be admitted to LL.B. I Year Professional Course only and those who would like to take admission in LL.B. Ist Year Academic Course will have to apply separately. Those who do not apply separately, would be deemed to have been admitted to the Professional Course. The instructions shall be provided in each paper of LL.B. I,II and III Year for 3 hours a week by all institutions running the LL.B. classes.


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O.253: A candidate who has completed a regular course of study from the University Constituent College or from an Affiliated College for First Year of LL.B. (P) or LL.B. (A) will, subject to the other provisions of the Act/Statutes, Ordinances, Rules and Regulations, be admitted to the First Year Examination of the LL.B. (P) or LL.B. (A) Course depending on the course he/she has taken. O.253-A: A candidate who after passing the examination of the First Year, has completed a regular course of study from the University/ Constituent college or from an Affiliated college for the Second Year of LL.B. (P) or LL.B. (A) Course will, subject to the other provisions of the Act, Statutes, Ordinance, Rules and Regulations, be admitted to the Second Year Examination of LL.B. (P) or LL.B. (A) Course, as the case may be. O.253-B: A candidate who after passing the examination of the Second Year completed a regular course of study from the University Constituent College or from an Affiliated college for the Third Year of LL.B. (P) course will subject to the other provisions of the ActOrdinance, Statutes, Rules and Regulations, be admitted to the Third Year Examination of LL.B. (P) course will subject to the other provisions of the Act-Ordinance, Statutes, Rules and Regulations, be admitted to the Third Year Examination of LL.B. (P). O.254: A candidate who has once been awarded the degree of LL.B. (A) by the University and has thereafter appeared at and passed, after having undergone a regular course of study in the Third Year of the LL.B. (P) Course, shall be awarded the degree of Bachelor of Laws (Professional) in supersession of his/her degree of the Bachelor of Laws (Academic). This fact shall be inserted in the degree of Bachelor of Laws (Professional).

O.255: Every candidate for the Two Year course for the degree of LL.B. (A) and the Three Year course for the degree of LL.B. (P) shall present himself/herself for examination in the papers prescribed in the Regulations. Scheme of Examination A candidate shall be permitted one main and three due papers attempts in LL.B. I/II year examinations respectively to clear all his/her papers of LL.B. II/III Year examination. If he/she fails in LL.B. I/II/III year examination consecutively three times, he/she will have to appear at all the papers of LL.B. I/II/III Year examination as Ex-student and the same principle will again apply afresh. While passing LL.B. I/II/III year examination in due paper examination the marks obtained by the candidate will be counted as under: (a) If the candidate has not secured 48% marks in aggregate in six papers, but has obtained at least 36% marks in each of them at the LL.B. I/II/III year main examination then for working out his/her result only those marks as obtained by him/her in the due papers will be counted up to the extent that his overall aggregate of 9 papers becomes 48% irrespective of the higher marks obtained by him in the due paper(s). (b) If the candidate has already secured 48% marks in the aggregate in six papers, at the LL.B. I/II/III year main examination then for working out his result only those marks as obtained by him in the due papers not exceeding 48% in average of the papers he/she will be counted irrespective of higher marks obtained by him in the due paper(s).

ACTIVITIES AND FACILITIES MOOT COURT In the LL.B. classes students learn through a Moot Court. They are required to prepare arguments on behalf of the plaintiff or the defendant or asked to act as judge and deliver judgement on a case presented before the Moot Court. The students are also requested to visit courts and watch the proceedings of the court. A Live Model Moot is organized in the college every year. This year the college has also organized the ULC Ranka National Moot-Court Competition-2012 from 10th -11th March, 2012. LEGAL AID CLINIC The Rajasthan University Legal Aid Clinic organized a Legal Aid awareness programme and three-day camps on " Legal Aid Volunteers and their duties during session" and awareness programmes for HIV/AIDs, Right to education and prohibition of smoking. SEMINAR/EXTENSION LECTURE Extension lectures have been delivered by legal lluminaries of the country including Prof. Nomita Agarwal, Prof. R.N. Sharma, Prof.M.A. Vaini, Prof. K.P.S. Meharwal etc. One day seminar on "Unorganized Labour and Social Security" was

organized on 21st November, 2011. The college has also organized two days National Seminar on "Food Safety Standards and Public Health : A Boon to Right to Life" in joint collaboration with Department of Law on 11-12 February, 2012, two days National Seminar on " Creating Awareness about Human Rights among Disadvantaged Groups of the State of Rajasthan" on 24th and 25th March, 2012. RED RIBBON CLUB The Red Ribbon Club has been established in the University Law College, Jaipur to create awareness for HIV/AIDS which has threatened human welfare, socia-economic advances, productivity and cohesion. Every student is expected to educate at least five members of his/her locality about the ill-effects of HIV/AIDS. LIBRARY The College Library is functioning in the newly built library block in Vidhi Bhawan (New Law Building) for LL.B. students.The library extension work is under progress and likely to be completed in the month of May, 2012 undertaken through the U.G.C. Rejuvenation Grant received in the XI Plan. 95


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INTRODUCTION The University Law College Centre-II formely known as Eventing Law College, Jaipur, was established in the academic session 1991-92 as a Self Financing Institution. With effect from the year 2004 the University Evening Law College was renamed as University law College Centre-II. The College is housed in the Vidhi Bhawan in the University Campus, Jaipur. Since 1993-94 the college has been declared by the U.G.C. as a constituent college of the University. The College is imparting legal education to educate and train students at LL.B. level to achieve outstanding ability and become leaders in the legal

Principal Dr. S.P.S. Shekhawat Vice-Principal Dr. Manju Koolwal Contact: Ph. 91-141-2704882 profession. The College is also making efforts to build the overall personality of the students by associating them in different academic activities like Moot-Court Competition, Mock Parliament, Debates, and arranging extension lectures by legal luminaries of outstanding calibre from time to time.

LL.B. (Bachelor of Law) Academic/Professional Courses LL.B. (First Year) Academic/pforessional

ò Candidates for the LL.B. First Year (Academic/ Professional) shall be examined in the nine papers. Each paper shall be of 100 marks and of three hours duration. LL.B (Second Year) Academi/Professional

ò Candidates for the LL.B. Second Year (Academic/ Professional) shall be examined in the nine papers. Each paper shall be of 100 marks and of three hours duration.

LL.B (Third Year) Professional

ò Candidates for the LL.B. Third Year (Professional) shall be examined in the nine papers. Each paper shall be of 100 marks and of three hours duration.

ACTIVITIES AND FACILITIES MOOT COURT Moot Courts are being organized in the class rooms and one Live Model Moot-Court is also held to inculcate in the students the habit of debating on various legal point.

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LEGAL LITERACY In order to activate and impart knowledge of legal right and duties, the College gets its student trained and sends them to the courts (High Court, District Court & Village Courts) so as to have a first hand grasp and assist the poor and down-trodden people about their Constitutional Rights, Settlement of their disputes through Legal Literacy Awareness, Conciliation, Arbitration and Mediation & Lok Adalats (ADR). SPECIAL LECTURES Professors, eminent persons, academicians, Social scientists, judges and lawyers are also invited to deliver special lectures in the college. LAW LIBRARY Library facility to the students of the College is available. The borrowing facility of books is limited as books have to be purchased out of funds created from the fees paid by the students. U.G.C. contributes funds from time to time for the purchase of books in the Library. The Social Welfare Department of Government of Rajasthan also grants some funds for books to S.C. & S.T. students. POLICY FOR ADMISSION See ordinances 252, 253, 253-A, 253B, 254, 255, 256-A and regulation 21-A as already mentioned in the preceding pages from the book of University ordinances.


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B.Sc. (Bachelor of Science) ò Students are required to qualify in all compulsory subjects during the three years course.

ò Biotechnology and Computer Application Courses are runing on Self-Financing Basis.

ò A fee of Rs. 450/- will be charged for the Self

ò In addition to three subjects, students may also

Financing compulsory subject of Elementary Computer Applications.

opt for a Dual Degree programme in Information Technology; a separate notification will be issued for the same.

ò Students are required to give preferences in the application form for the combination of three optional subjects for the B.Sc. Course.

ò Maximum number of seats available in a subject

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Subject Combinations Mathematics Group (Seats: 360)

01 Chemistry

Mathematics

Physics

02 Economics

Mathematics

Physics

03 Geography

Mathematics

Physics

04 Geology

Mathematics

Chemistry

05 Geology

Mathematics

Physics

06 Psychology

Mathematics

Physics

07 Statistics

Mathematics

Physics

Subject Combinations Biology Group (Seats: 360) 08 Botany

Chemistry

Zoology

09 Botany

Geography

Zoology

10 Chemistry

Geology

Zoology

11 Chemistry

Psychology

Zoology

12 Geography

Zoology

Chemistry

13 Geology

Geography

Chemistry

Note:

Seats: 720 Medium : Hindi/English

Compulsory Subjects Elementary Computer Applications Environmental Studies General Hindi General English Optional Subjects Botany Chemistry Economics (30) Geography (60) Geology (60) Mathematics Physics Psychology (30) Statistics (30) Zoology

Candidate can opt for Computer Application or Bio-Technology as an add-on subject, i.e. in addition to the above on SFS basis.

Add-on Courses (Certificate / Diploma/ Advanced Diploma) on SFS Basis Seats: (1) Biotechnology (60) (2) Computer Applications (60) Note: (i) Separate application forms for add-on subjects will be available for regular students of the College. (ii) A candidate can opt for only one add-on course, which will be on SFS Basis. Medium : English

B.Sc.(Bachelor of Science) Honours Honours Subject Botany Chemistry Mathematics Physics Zoology

Subsidiary Subjects (Select One) Chemistry/Zoology Botany/Mathematics/Zoology Chemistry/Physics Chemistry/Mathematics Botany/Chemistry

Seats: 30 Each Compulsory Subjects Elementary Computer Applications Environmental Studies General Hindi/Ele. Hindi* General English

òMinimum number of students each honours subject must be 15 to run the honours course.

B.C.A. (Bachelor of Computer Applications): Self Financing Course

Seats: 120

Code No. 222 Medium :

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Compulsory Subjects History of Science and Invention Communication Skills (Lab Course) Technical Writing (Lab Course )


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INTRODUCTION University Maharani College, was established in the year 1944. This College became a constituent College of the University of Rajasthan in the year 1962. Since then, the University Maharani College has earned a name for itself in imparting higher education to girls. Academic life here is oriented through Arts, Commerce and Science streams. These streams include a number of subjects to opt for, so that many options are open to the students after graduation. Besides the regular pass and honours courses in Science, Arts and Commerce, a number of currently relevant subjects are offered to the students which orient them for various job opportunities. Technical courses such as Bachelor of Computer Applications (BCA), Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), as well as add-on courses like Industrial Microbiology, Biotechnology and Computer Application (CA) are also offered to meet challenges of current global scenario. Languages like German, French, Urdu and Persian are also taught on regular basis as one of the optional subjects. Fine Arts, Music, Dance and Home Science are also an important part of the curriculum. University Maharani College, Jaipur has been conferred the status of â&#x20AC;&#x153;College with Potential for Excellenceâ&#x20AC;? (CPE) under the scheme of UGC in XI Plan. Under this scheme college has been provided with funds to conduct Advance level short/long term Courses/Workshops/Seminars etc. in various aspects of Computer Application, Geography, Business Administration, Fine Arts, Home Science, Animal Physiology, Cell and molecular genetics, Vocal and

Principal Prof.Anjali Krishnamurthy Vice-Principals Prof. J.D. Sharma Dr. R.D. Agrawal Dr. C.P. Jain Dr.Tanuja Mathur Contact: Ph. 91-141-2373628 Fax 91-141-2371918 Instrumental Music, Yoga and Stress Management, Meditation, Techniques of Language Learning, Training in Soft Skills and Personality Development and many other areas. Under this programme many Workshops, Seminars and lectures have been organized for the benefit of the students.These Courses are specially designed for equipping our student to compete and excel on global level. No extra fee is charged from the students who register for these courses. Thanks to its highly qualified, dedicated and devoted faculty, the college has become one of the most coveted place for girl students desirous to attain quality education. Besides facilitating students for achieving academic excellence college, also focuses on overall grooming of students and provides them ample opportunity for participating and excelling in extracurricular activities such as N.C.C., N.S.S. debates, drama, dance, music (Vocal and Instrumental), eassy writing and poetry, drawing and painting.

OTHER FACILITIES Library: Services of a rich, well equipped library consisting of approximately 1,70,000 books, Encyclopedias, and latest publications, journals, CDs, VCDs etc. is available to all the students. College also runs a Book Bank for providing books on loan for needy students. Laboratories: The college has laboratories with all modern amenities and latest facilities for experimentation for Life Sciences (Botany, Zoology, Biotechnology, Industrial Microbiology), Chemistry, Computers, Drawing and Painting, Home Science, Physics, Psychology, Statistics and Geography. Canteen: The college has a canteen which caters to the needs of the students. Auditorium: Savitri Bhartiya Hall is a grand auditorium that has hosted a huge number of memorable functions over the years. Hostel: There are two hostels, the Annie Besant Hostel and The Mother Teresa Hostel within the college campus that guarantees a comfortable accommodation for boarders. Admission in the hostels is given on merit basis. Gymnasium: To keep the mind and body fit, a gym with modern equipment is available for students.

Help Centre: Help Centre has been set up to provide counseling services to college students. This centre helps the students to deal with their social and emotional problems The centre also ensures personality development. Knowledge Centre: As part of progressive policy of the Government of Rajasthan, University Maharani College was chosen as the prime location for setting up of Knowledge Centre in Rajasthan in collaboration with Genpact, Government of Rajasthan and University of Rajasthan. ICICI Learning Centre: University and ICICI Bank have started a learning centre in the University Maharani College campus. University and Bank have agreed to enter into an arrangement whereby the parties shall jointly work towards launching of Four months training programme for Final year students of maharani College which will be helpful in seeking jobs in ICICI Banks. Co-curricular Activities: In order to ensure all round development of students, the college organizes seminars, cultural programmes, competitions and excursions every year. NSS and N.C.C. (Air Wing, Navy Wing and Army Wing) as well as Sports and Games for students are a regular feature of the College.

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Candidates seeking admission have to apply separately for the four streams : Science, Arts, Commerce and Home Science, offered by the college. They are required to fill up separate application forms for the Honours and Pass courses respectively with subject combination and code numbers. Students are also required to fill up separate application forms for each Honours subject they are seeking admission to.

B.A. (Bachelor of Arts)-Pass course Code No. 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161

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Subject Combinations B.A. Part窶的 Anthropology Economics Pol. Science Anthropology History Pub. Adm. Anthropology Hindi History Anthropology English Psychology Dramatics Music Sociology Dramatics Hindi Pol. Science Dramatics Hindi Pub. Adm. Dramatics German/French English Drawing & Painting History Pub. Adm. Drawing & Painting History Pol. Science Drawing & Painting Sociology Pol. Science Drawing & Painting Philosophy History Economics Hindi Pol. Science Economics Psychology Pub. Adm. Economics Psychology Pol. Science Economics Philosophy Pub. Adm. Economics Philosophy Pol. Science Economics Geography History Economics History Pub. Adm. Economics History Pol. Science Economics Geography Mathematics Economics Geography Philosophy English Economics Mathematics English Pol. Science Sociology English German/French Sociology English German/French Psychology English History Pol. Science English Pub. Adm. Psychology English Pol. Science Psychology Geography Sociology Pol. Science Geography Sociology Psychology Geography Psychology Pol. Science Hindi Home Science Pol. Science Hindi Sanskrit Pol. Science Hindi Sociology Pub. Adm. Hindi Sociology Pol. Science Hindi Sociology Music Hindi Psychology Sociology History Hindi Sociology History Home Science Sociology History Hindi Pol. Science History Urdu Persian Music Pol. Science Psychology Music Psychology English Music Pol. Science History Music History Drawing & Paint. Music Sociology Pol. Science Music History Pub. Adm. Philosophy Hindi Sanskrit Philosophy History Pub. Adm. Philosophy History Pol. Science Philosophy Psychology Pol. Science Philosophy Sociology Pub. Adm. Philosophy Psychology Pub. Adm. Physical Edu. Sociology Pub. Adm. Physical Edu. Sociology Pol. Science Physical Edu. Political ScienceEnglish Psychology History Pub. Adm. Psychology History Pol. Science Psychology Sociology Pub. Adm. Psychology Sociology Pol. Science

Seats : 600 Medium : English/Hindi

Compulsory Subjects Elementary Computer Applications Environmental Studies General Hindi/Ele. Hindi* General English * For foreign and non-Hindi speaking students

Optional Subjects Anthropology (60 Seats) Dramatics (40 Seats) Drawing & Painting (40 Seats) Economics (180 Seats) English Literature (180 Seats) French (40 Seats) Geography (120 Seats) German (40 Seats) Hindi Literature (120 Seats) History (180 Seats) Home Science (60 Seats) Mathematics (60 Seats) Music (40 Seats) Persian (40 Seats) Philosophy (60 Seats) Physical Education (40 Seats) Political Science (420 Seats) Psychology (120 Seats) Public Administration (180 Seats) Sanskrit (60 Seats) Sociology (360 Seats) Statistics (20 Seats) Urdu (40 Seats) Note: Maximum number of seats available in a subject or combination are shown in brackets. 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187

Psychology Psychology Psychology Sanskrit Sanskrit Sanskrit Sanskrit Sanskrit Sanskrit Sanskrit Sanskrit Sociology Sociology Sociology Sociology Sociology Statistics Statistics Statistics Statistics Urdu Urdu Urdu Urdu Urdu Urdu

Sociology Sociology Sociology Draw. & Paint. Philosophy Sociology Sociology Sociology Economics Philosophy History Home Science Home Science Psychology Polit.Science Persian Economics Economics Economics Economics Sociology Persian Sociology Sociology History History

English Home Science Draw & Paint. Pol. Science Pol. Science Music Pol. Science Hindi Pub. Adm. English Psychology Pub. Adm. Pol. Science English History Pub. Adm. Mathematics Psychology Geography English Persian Pol. Science Pub. Adm. Pol. Science Pub. Adm. Pol. Science


Seats: 50 Each Medium: English/Hindi

Honours Subjects (Select one as main subject)

188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198

Compulsory Subjects Elementary Computer Applications Environmental Studies General Hindi/Ele. Hindi* General English

Economics English Literature Hindi Literature History Political Science Philosophy Psychology Public Administration Sanskrit Literature Sociology Urdu

* For foreign and non-Hindi speaking students only

Subsidiary Subjects - (Select One) Hindi Literature Sanskrit Sociology Psychology Music Home Science Public Admn. Urdu Statistics

English Literature Philosophy Economics History Drawing & Painting Political Science Dramatics, Mathematics.

Note: 1. Honours and subsidiary subject can not be the same. 2. Maths as subsidiary subject can be opted only by Psychology/Economics Honours students 3. Minimum number of applicants in each Honours subject must be 15 to start the Honours course 4. Pol. Sc./Pub. Admn. as subsidiary subject cannot be opted with Pub. Admn. (Hons.)/Pol. Sc. (Hons.)

Add-on Courses Certificate/Diploma/Advanced Diplomaâ&#x20AC;&#x201C;Self Finance Courses

Seats 50 Each

For B.A./BA. Honours Students (i) Computer Applications (i) Functional English (ii) Fashion Designing (iii) Personality Development Duration for each add-on course for Certificate is one year, for Diploma course is two years and for Advanced Diploma course is three years.

Note: 1. Separate application forms for add-on subject will be available for regular students in the College, in addition to the above combination on SFS basis. 2. A candidate can opt for only one add-on-course.

B.Com. (Bachelor of Commerce) Pass Course Medium : English/Hindi

Subject Combinations (Pass Courses) 301

ABST.

Bus.Adm.

Seats: 180

EAFM

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Compulsory Subjects Elementary Computer Applications Environmental Studies General Hindi/Ele. Hindi* General English Book Keeping & Accountancy** * For foreign and non-Hindi speaking **

students For Non-commerce Students.

B.Com. (Bachelor of Commerce) SFS Course To accommodate students securing high percentage, University has sanctioned two section consisting of 60 seats each under self financing scheme (SFS) with different fee structure. The course structure will be same as of B.Com pass course. Students are not required to fill separate application form for B.Com SFS course. After filling of the seats of B.Com Pass course the remaining applications will be considered for admission to B.Com. SFS Course in order of merit.

Seats: 120 Subject Combinations (Pass Courses) 301

ABST.

Bus.Adm.

EAFM

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B.Com. (Bachelor of Commerce) Honours Honours Subjects (Select one as main subject) 4 Papers of ABST 1 Papers of EAFM 1 Paper of Bus. Adm.

302

ABST

303

Business Administration

4 Papers of Bus. Adm. 1 Paper of ABST 1 Paper of EAFM

304

EAFM

4 Paper of EAFM 1 Paper of ABST 1 Paper of Bus. Adm.

Seats: 60 Each Medium English / Hindi

Compulsory Subjects Elementary Computer Applications Environmental Studies General Hindi Elementary Hindi* General English Book Keeping & Accountancy** * For foreign and non-Hindi speaking **

students in liue of Gen. Hindi. For Non-commerce Students.

Note : Minimum number of students in each honours subject

must be 15 to run the honours course.

Add-on Courses (Certificate/Diploma/Advance Diploma) SFS

Seats: 50 Each

For B.Com./B.Com. Hons. (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii)

Computer Applications Tourisim Tax Procedure & Practice Foreign Trade: Practice & Procedure Functional English Fashion Designing Personality Development

For each add-on course duration for Certificate is one year, for Diploma is two years and for advanced diploma course is three years. Note : 1 Separate application forms for add-on subjects will be available for regular students in the College on SFS basis. 2 A candidate can opt only one add-on-course.

B.B.A. (Bachelor of Business Administration)- Self Financing Code No. 305 Duration : Six Semesters (Three Years)

Seats: 120

Medium : English

B.Sc. (Bachelor of Science)-Pass course Code No.

Subject Combinations (Biology Group)

201 Botany

Chemistry

Zoology

202 Botany

Chemistry

Geography

203 Botany

Geography

Zoology

204 Botany

Psychology

Zoology

205 Chemistry

Geography

Zoology

206 Chemistry

Psychology

Zoology

Psychology

Botany

207 Chemistry

Subject Combinations (Mathematics Group)

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208 Chemistry

Mathematics

Physics

209 Chemistry

Statistics

Mathematics

210 Economics

Physics

Mathematics

211 Economics

Chemistry

Mathematics

212 Geography

Mathematics

Chemistry

213 Geography

Mathematics

Physics

214 Physics

Psychology

Mathematics

215 Physics

Statistics

Mathematics

216 Physics

Statistics

Chemistry

Seats: 240 Compulsory Subjects Elementary Computer Applications Environmental Studies General Hindi/Ele. Hindi* General English * For Foreign and non-Hindi Speaking Students


Code No. 217 218 219 220

Honours Subjects Botany Chemistry Physics Zoology

Subsidiary Subjects (Select One) Zoology / Chemistry Mathematics / Zoology / Botany Mathematics Chemistry / Botany

Seats: 30 Each Medium : Hindi/English

Compulsory Subjects Elementary Computer Applications Environmental Studies General Hindi/Ele. Hindi* General English * For Foreign and non-Hindi Speaking Students

Note : Minimum number of students in each honours subject must be 15 to open the honours course.

B.Sc. (Bachelor of Science) Home Science

Seats: 40

Code No. 221

Duration : Three years Course Medium : English/Hindi

B.C.A. (Bachelor of Computer Applications): Self Finance Course Code No. 222 Duration ; Three years Course Medium : English / Hindi

Seats: 120

Nine theory Papers Three Practical Labs.

Add-on Courses (Certificate/Diploma/Advance Diploma) SFS

Seats: 50 Each

For B.Sc./B.Sc. Honours Students (i)

Bio-technology

(ii) Industrial Microbiology (iii) Computer Applications (iv) Functional English (v) Fashion Designing (vi) Personality Development

Note: (i) Separate application form for add-on subject will be available for regular students in the College, in addition to the above combination on SFS basis. (ii) A candidate can opt for only one add-on course.

For each add-on course duration for Certificate is one year, for Diploma is two years and for advanced diploma course is three years.

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UNIVERSITY RAJASTHAN COLLEGE

UNIVERSITY RAJASTHAN COLLEGE

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UNIVERSITY RAJASTHAN COLLEGE College With Potential For Excellence Jawahar Lal Neharu Marg, Jaipur

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Anthropology Anthropology Anthropology Appl. Stats. Appl. Stats. Appl. Stats. Appl. Stats. Draw. & Ptg. Draw. & Ptg. Draw. & Ptg. Economics Economics Economics Economics English Litt. English Litt. English Litt. English Litt. French French French Geography Geography Geography Geography Geography Geography

Subject Combinations B.A. Part–I Economics Economics Pol. Science Economics Mathematics Political Science Psychology Economics History History English Litt. Geography Pol. Science Pub. Adm. French Geography Hindi Litt. History Applied Statistics Economics Pol. Science Appl. Statistics Economics Hindi Litt. History History Pub. Adm.

History Sociology Pub. Adm. Geography Psychology Economics Pub. Adm. Pol. Science Pol. Science Sociology Geography History Sanskrit Sanskrit Sociology Pol. Science Pol. Science Pol. Science Economics Pub. Adm. Pub. Adm. Pol. Science Sociology Pol. Science Pol. Science Sociology Sociology

Principal Prof. B.C. Upreti Vice-Principals Prof. Vipin Tayal Dr. S.C. Sharma Dr. M.K. Jain Dr. Naresh Malik Contact: Ph. 91-141-2710565 91-141-2703655

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Compulsory Subjects Elementary Computer Applications Environmental Studies General Hindi Elementary Hindi* General English * For foreign and non-Hindi speaking students

Optional Subjects Anthropology Applied Statistics Drawing & Painting Economics English Literature French Geography German Hindi Literature History 28 29 30 31

German German German German

Mathematics Persian Philosophy Physical Education Political Science Psychology Public Administration Sanskrit Sociology Urdu

Economics English Litt. English Litt. History

Sociology History Pol. Science Economics


German Hindi Litt. Hindi Litt. Hindi Litt. Hindi Litt. Hindi Litt. History History History History History Mathematics Mathematics Persian Philosophy Philosophy Philosophy Phy. Edu. Phy. Edu. Phy. Edu. Pol. Science Pol. Science Pol. Science Pol. Science Pol. Science

Pol. Science History History Philosophy Pol. Science Pol. Science Philosophy Philosophy Phy. Edu. Pol. Science Public Adm. Applied Statistics Economics Public Adm. Pol. Science Psychology Public Adm. Geography Geography Hindi Litt. Applied Statistics Applied Statistics Applied Statistics Economics Economics

Urdu Philosophy Pub. Adm. Pol. Science Pub. Adm. Sociology Pol. Science Sociology Pub. Adm. Sociology Sociology Economics Geography Urdu Pub. Adm. Sociology Sociology Economics Pol. Science Pub. Adm. History Psychology Pub. Adm. English Litt. Geography

57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81

Pol. Science Pol. Science Pol. Science Pol. Science Pol. Science Psychology Psychology Psychology Public Adm. Public Adm. Public Adm. Public Adm. Public Adm. Public Adm. Sanskrit Sanskrit Sanskrit Sociology Sociology Sociology Sociology Urdu Urdu Urdu Urdu

Economics Economics Psychology Pub. Adm. Pub. Adm. Applied Statistics History Pub. Adm. Applied Statistics Applied Statistics Economics Economics Economics Geography Hindi Litt. Hindi Litt. Hindi Litt. Anthropology Drawing & Painting Economics Phy. Education Geography Geography History History

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Honours Subjects (Select one as main subject) Economics English Literature Geography History

Subsidiary Subjects – (Select One) Anthropology Applied Statistics Drawing & Painting Economics English Literature Note

86 87 88 89 90

Seats: 60 Political Science Psychology Public Administration Sanskrit Literature Urdu

Medium: English/Hindi

French German Geography Hindi Literature History

Mathematics Persian Philosophy Psychology, Physical Education

Compulsory Subjects Elementary Computer Applications Environmental Studies General Hindi Elementary Hindi* General English * For foreign and non-Hindi speaking students

Political Science Public Administration Sanskrit Sociology Urdu

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IVERSITY RAJASTHAN COLLEGE

(i) Principles and Practices in Banking & Insurance (ii) Travel & Tourism Development (iii) Communicative Skills in English (iv) Textile Designing Duration : One Year/Two Year/Three Years

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UNIVERSITY CENTRAL LIBRARY

UNIVERSITY CENTRAL LIBRARY The Central library building is located near the main gate of the University. It has a seating capacity of about 400 students. It has more than 4.7 lac books and bound periodicals etc. The Library subscribes to about 150 current journals, popular magazines relating to various subjects. In addition about 7000 E-Journals are available for online access under UGC-INFONET E-Journals consortium. The Library provides the following services in addition to consultation and lending facilities of books: Ø Reference Services Ø Current awareness services Ø Reprographic services Ø E-journals online accessibility Ø Internet and e-mail facility Ø CDROM Data Base Search services In order to serve the users, the library collection has been well organised. The books have been grouped in different sequences, for example general books, text books, reference books, theses, and reports, set collection, etc. The periodicals back run has been segregated into two groups pre-1975 and the rest. The books collection has also been grouped into pre-1951 prints and the rest. THE ABU COLLECTION : The library has a rich collection of old documents including the collection of British resident at Mount Abu,which is popularly known as ‘The Abu collection’. This includes Government reports, gazetteers and other publications dating back to early 19th Century. These are of research value for Historians, Economists and Sociologists. THE MICRO FORM COLLECTION: The library also has the collection of Microfilms and Micro-fische.

Director Prof. Sudha Rai Ph. 0141-2707866 Fax: 0141-2709019 Deputy Librarians Sharma, P. Srivstava, M.K. Khattar, N. Sharma, N.K.

WORKING DAYS AND HOURS: 1. All days of the year except the following: (a) 26th January (b) Dhulandi (c) 15th August (d) Dashehara (d) Govardhan Pooja (Next day of Deepawali) 2. Under special circumstances, it may, however, be closed on any other day or part of the day. 3. The following are normally the working hours of the library: (a) From 1st March to 30th Nov. 09 AM to 09 PM (b) 1st December to 28/29 Feb. 09 AM to 07 PM (c) Sundays and University Holidays 10.30 AM to 4.30 PM 4. The loan issuing counter functions half an hour after the opening time and closes half an hour before the closing time of the library.

UNIVERSITY HOSTELS The University and its Constituent Colleges have well-furnished hostel accommodation for the students. Hostels are earmarked for particular courses/streams or colleges campuses. The University is at present running 18 Hostels out of which 13 are on the Main Campus and rest are situated in the Constituent Colleges. Every Hostel has its own unique tradition. Every year an annual youth festival is organised in every hostel. This festival leaves a memorable imprint on its inmates. An inter hostel Youth Festival, 'Basant' is also organised so as to provide common competitive platform for the manifestation of cultural talents of the hostel inmates. 106

Note : Only those students who are admitted in the University department/institute / college will be eligible for admission to the University Hostel. If any student fails at the main examination or does not appear in the examination / Compartment / Back / Due, even in compulsory subject then he/she will not be eligible for admission/ readmission in the hostel. It must be noted that students who are pursuing SFS courses can be considered for Hostel admission if the seats are vacant in the respective Hostel. Hard copy of filled forms of S.F.S. courses will be submitted to respective Head / Principal/ Director of Department/ College / Institute and Centre.


CAMPUS HOSTELS & THEIR WARDENS:

BOYS' HOSTELS Chief Warden (Boys) Prof. R.L. Godara Phone: 91-141- 2709165 Wardens Ambedkar Hostel Dr. Rameshwar Lal Jat Aravali Hostel Dr. S.S. Chouhan D.B.N. Hostel Dr. Mahesh Sharma H.J. Bhabha Hostel Dr. Rajesh Kumar J.C. Bose Hostel Prof. R.L. Godara (Addl. Charge) C.V. Raman Hostel Dr. Rajesh Kr. Sharma W.U.S. Hostel Dr. A. V. Singh

GIRLS' HOSTELS Chief Warden (Girls) Prof. J.D. Sharma Phone: 91-141-2709165 Wardens Savitri Phule Hostel Prof.Vandara Kalla (Addl. Charge) Kasturba Hostel Dr. Vandana Kalla Laxmi Bai Hostel Dr. Mamta Jain (Addl Charge) Meera Hostel Dr. Darshan Kaur Narang Malviya Hostel Dr. Mithlesh Agarwal Mahi Hostel Dr. Mamta Jain

HOSTELS AT CONSTITUENT COLLEGES CAMPUS: Gokhale Hostal (Maharaja) Dr. H.S. Palsania Vivekanand Hostel (Rajasthan) Dr. J.P. Jat Maharana Pratap Hostel (Commerce) Dr. M.L. Sharma

HOSTELS AT MAHARANI COLLEGE CAMPUS: Annie Besant Hostel Prof. Vineeta Sarin Mother Teresa Hostel Prof. Vineeta Sarin

Note If any student fails at the main examination or does not appear in the examination / Compartment / Back/Due. even in compulsory subject then he/she will not be eligible for admission/ readmission in the hostel. If must be noted that students who are pursuing SFS courses can be considered for Hostel admission if the seats arevacant in the respective Hoste. Hard copy of filled forms of S.F.S. courses will be submitted to respective Head/ Principal /Director of Department / College /Institute and Centre.

RAJASTHAN UNIVERSITY NETWORK RUN: RAJASTHAN UNIVERSITY NETWORK The University of Rajasthan has created the Campus Wide Area Network (CWAN) named RUN (Rajasthan University Network) RUN is based on Gigabit Ethernet Technology with Optical Fiber Backbone. The core switch [Cisco 6513] is located in the Infonet Center . The Zonal switch [Cisco 4507] is located in Vigyan Bhawan which caters to the nearby buildings, University Commerce College and University Rajasthan College. University Maharaja's and Maharani's Colleges are linked through BSNL leased line link. The buildings of the University main campus are connected to Core/Zonal Switch through Optical Fiber Backbone. Layer 3 Managed switch are being used to distribute and control connectivity to each room in the main campus buildings wherever RUN is operational. Each port can be controlled through Core Switch and the network is fully manageable.

NATIONAL KNOWLEDGE NETWORK The Rajasthan University Network is part of the National Knowlege Network (NKN). NKN is providing 1 Gbps internet bandwidth and IP space. NKN has all IITs, TIFR, BARC, SINP, IISc, HRI, CDAC, IMT, VECC, Inst. Of Mat. Science and other premier institutions. Access of any system on NKN will utilize Intranet bandwidth. Every registered system on RUN has a unique NKN IP address. University is complying with IP Usage policy, Operations policy and Security policy of NKN.

OPEN SOURCE INITIATIVE The University subscribes to the philosophy of Open Source Initiative and has adopted a policy of optimum utilization of freeware. Linux-Apache-MysqlPerl/PHP (LAMP) platform is employed for all applications.

Director Prof. Ashok K. Nagawat Dy. Director Dr. Shailendra kumar Gupta

UNIVERSITY SERVERS University provides many online services. The URL of University services are: Main Web Server http://www.uniraj.ac.in Mail & Personal Information Management Server http://daak.uniraj.ernet.in Research Server http://research.uniraj.ac.in Result Server http://result.uniraj.ac.in Open Archive Repository http://earxiv.uniraj.ac.in The University may take phase wise initiative to achieve goals like ò Student Server: providing mail service and web space to students (II Phase) ò Intranet for Examination Databases (II phase) ò Video Conferencing (II phase) ò VoIP based Solutions for Communication facilities in all rooms (II phase) ò Internet Banking Operations for all banking transactions (II phase) ò Intranet for paperless administration (II phase) ò ERP for University (III Phase) ò Virtual Classrooms and Online Multimedia based ase). 107

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CAMPUS HOSTELS & THEIR WARDENS:


RAJASTHAN UNIVERSITY NETWORK

ò Educational Services (III phase).

University Result Server

ò Extranet for affiliated institutions (III phase)

A milestone achievement of the Infonet Center is the University Result Server, which was fully developed and designed on Fedora linux platform using PHP as front-end interface and MySql database at back-end by the Infonet team. With this achievement, now the University is fully enabled to keep online all the results of University examinations. Computer firms processing the University examination work are allowed to upload the result data files directly to University servers. A system for universal mark-sheet format is being evolved for quick and easy printing of mark sheets by the Examination Section..

ò Online Library Catalogue (III phase) ò Online Examination (III phase) ò Video Conferencing with affiliated Institutions (III phase) ò Classroom Monitoring System (III phase) Please go through the disclaimer before viewing contents on University websites. The HoDs,/ Director/ DR of concerned units are responsible for information on University website which is technically managed by Infonet Center.

INFONET CENTER The technical responsibilities assigned to the Centre are (i) to coordinate all activities pertaining to UGC Infonet project at the University end, (ii) to technically maintain access of E-journals available under Infonet project or subscribed by the University Central Library, (iii) to maintain University Websites, (iv) to maintain University Mail Server, (v) to maintain University Result Server, (vi) to maintain University Research Server, (vii) to maintain the Open Archive Repository, (viii) to manage hosting of e-content on University Server and promote e-content development, (ix) to maintain Rajasthan University Network and coordinate with the NKN

UNIVERSITY RESEARCH SERVER With the view that ongoing research efforts at the University of Rajasthan are not duplicated elsewhere, the Chancellor directed the University to make available all information about ongoing research work of Ph.D. students on the University website. The University of Rajasthan launched the Research Server providing all the necessary information about the research topic including the synopsis in PDF format. Online Comment Submission Form is included using which any interest user can make comments on the ongoing research work. Comments so submitted are forwarded by e-mails to the student, supervisor and Deputy Registrar, (Research) for necessary action. This ensures transparency and accountability.

UNIVERSITY WEBSITE Almost all syllabi are available through the link Syllabi on the main page of http://www.uniraj.ac.in University prospectus and information about University, Jaipur and Rajasthan are available at a click. Several university circulars, advertisements, tender notices are made available through respective pages on Administration tab. Each PG Department has its own page. Contact details of all members of the Syndicate, Senate, Academic Council, and all faculty members are made available. E-journal access is made easy through e-journal access page. E-contents developed by a some faculty members can be accessed. The main page also provides a link to other servers viz daak server, result server, research server and earxiv server. Students may ask the faculty members about online resources provided by them on the University website.

The University of Rajasthan has set up an Open Archive Repository where every researcher shall deposit a copy of his/her publications or presentation so that it can be easily accessed through internet. The University Open Archive Repository with URL http://earxiv.uniraj.ac.in was launched by the Secretary, UGC, New Delhi. The online submission facility is available on NIS authentication. University will also be launching online notice and news and views services too. PLEASE NOTE THAT THE OLD WEBSITE ADDRESS www,uniraj.ernet.in WILL BE NO LONGER AVAILABLE.

EXAMINATION TIME-TABLE ON WEBSITE

THE NEW ADDRESS IS www.uniraj.ac.in

Examination time-table would also be made available on the university website.

Telephone Number for RUN Complain : 2703713

CURRENT STUDENTS TAB ON UNIVERSITY WEBSITE

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UNIVERSITY OPEN ARCHIVE REPOSITORY

NO QUERIES REGARDING ADMISSION OR EXAMINATION AND RESULT ETC. SHALL BE MADE AT INFONET CENTER.


The University Campus has well-running dispensaries of Allopathic, Ayurvedic, and Homeopathy. Essential medicines are provided free. Medical health check-up camps, both routine and specialized (ECG, B.P., Blood Sugar, Bone Mass Density, Pulmonary Function Tests, Prostate Screening and other Urological Tests) are organized from time to time. Besides the Health centre is providing Curative, comprehensive, preventive counseling, rehabilitative, (Including

Medical Officer: Allopathic Dr. Shyam Mittal (M.D.) Dr. Aruna (M.S.) Lady Doctor Homeopath Dr. Sheenu Gupta Ayurved Dr. R.R. Bhardwaj Timing : 10.30 am â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 4.30 pm remedial Yoga counselling) services to the students, teachers, employes & their dependents.

Dean Students' Welfare & International Students' Advisor The office of the Dean, Students' Welfare (DSW) helps the University students in their overall cultural, social, literary, and academic development. This office provides career counselling for the students to enable them to choose academic fields of their interests. This office also monitors the 'Students' Group Insurance Scheme' for approximately 28000 regular students of this University and also facilitates the University in providing financial assistance to the brilliant and poor students out of the Students' Welfare Fund. International Students' Advisor looks after the interests of the international students and coordinates all activities related to them in the University. This office examines all the documents such as mark sheets and academic certificates to adjudge the eligibility of the students for their admission to various courses and takes care of admitting International Students for pursuing their studies. Visa, passport and No objection Certificates issued by the Department of Education, Ministry of Human Resource Development. Govt. of India are examined from time

Dean Prof. R.V. Singh Associate Deans Dr. Rama Prasad Dr. D.K. Sharma Dr. Ram Bir Singh

Office Bearers of RUSU (2011-12) Prabha Choudhary , President Amrit Sharma , Gen. Secretary Abha Singh , Vice-President Gaurav Singh, Jt. Secretary

to time so that International Students' do not face any difficulty in due course of time. Under the administrative supervision of the DSW there is Rajasthan University Students' Union consisting of four office bearers namely President, Vice-President, General Secretary and joint Secretary who are elected directly by the regular students of the University. Research Scholars are represented by a research representative. The Dean Students' Welfare and the RUSU collectively organize numerous cultural activities and career counseling camps. Inter college cultural activities are organized in the months of September/October. Inter University Youth Festival popularly called as 'Ghoomar' is organized regularly.

Students' Advisory Bureau Student Advisory Bureau, established in the year 1962, aims to provide information on courses and combinations available in different Universities and Institutors of India and abroad. We enhance the reach and scope of available opportunities for the students and prepare them for furure challenges. The Bureau helps the students with appropriate guidance to establish linkages with the world of work and locate career opportunities vis-a-vis the realities and job profiles, in the context of highly competitive occupational patterns. There is a vast gap between perception about the market demands and individual expectations.We bridge them through psychological and confidence-building measures. The Bureau supports the students in the development of soft skills and develops the ability to challenge the rigors of competitive tests and on job training. It is a centre of information, guidance and counseling with free accessibility and internet based global connectivity for exchange of information on professional placements.

Director Dr. Deepak Saxena

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DSW, SAB, ASC & HEALTH CENTER

University Health Center


UNIVERSITY SPORTS BOARD

Academic Staff College The UGC Academic Staff College (ASC) of the University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, was established in May 1988. The Academic staff college conducts specially designed Orientation Programme, Refresher and Short Term courses. The orientation programme is designed for the young teachers with the objective of imparting teaching skill and research aptitude. The refresher courses provide opportunities to serving teachers to update them about the subjects and upgradation. As on 31 March 2012, 288 Refresher Courses in different subjects, 81 Orientation programmes, three Interactive programme, one Summer course, seven Short Term courses (including four Non-Teaching Staff Training Prgrammes) have been conducted. Over 13000 teachers have been benefited through these courses. In the session. 2011-12, four Orientation Programmes, 14 Refresher

Director Prof. Som Deo Dy. Director Dr. Alka Sharma Courses and four Short Term Courses (including two Non-Teaching Staff Training Programmes) have been organized. The schedule for the session 2012-13 has been sent to UGC for its approval. Details of every activity of the ASC are available on its website (www.uniraj.ac.in/asc). The NAAC Peer Team has already visited for accreditation of the ASC. The ASC has a state-of-art computer lab and two AC Halls well equipped with audio visual facilities. The ASC library has computerized catalogue facility with 4670 books enrolled. the ASC has started its own new Guest House with fully furnished 30 rooms.

University Sports Board The University has a modern sports complex, and also a swimming pool, which has been the venue of many National Swimming Meets. The University has always accorded a high priority to games and sports. Facilities for all major indoor and outdoor games are available at the constituent colleges as well. Fully developed indoor gymnasium alongwith a yoga center are the unique attractions of the Sport Complex. With the support of Sports Authority of India, we have established SAI, Day Boarding Centre in five games: Athletics, Basketball, Volley ball, Table Tennis and Wrestling. The University is among the first 10 universities in India to have excellent Physical Education and Sports facilities in one complex. These are : Ø Well equipped fitness centre Ø International level swimming Pool Ø Nine lave cinder athletics track Ø Two cricket grounds Lone, Two football grounds Ø One hockey ground Ø Three international basketball courts Ø Four national level volleyball courts Ø Four tennis courts Ø One international standard wooden floor Gymnasium for Table tennis, Wrestling, Badminton, Weight Lifting. Ø Well equipped computer lab with two dozen computers Ø Library, Physiology, Psychology Labs. Ø Class rooms & Seminar Hall Sports Achievements in the session 2011-12 1. Gold Medal – University of Rajasthan won one Gold Medal in the All India Inter Zonal University Bastetball (Men) tournament held at University of Rajasthan, Jaipur form 11th to 15th January 2012. 2. Bronze Medal- University of Rajasthan won the Bronze Medal in the All India Inter University Cross Country (Men) tournament held at M.D. University, Rohtak on 02nd Oct. 2011 3. 01 Gold, 01 Silver & 03 Bronze Medals :- University of Rajasthan won 01 Gold, 01 Silver & 03 Bronze Medals in the All India Inter University Athletics (M&W) Meet held at Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sci., Banglore from 17th to 22nd Dec. 2011

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01 Silvers & 03 Bronze Medals: University of Rajasthan won 01 Silver & 03 Bronze Medals in the All India Inter University Wrestling (M&W) Championship held atChoudhary Devi Lal University, Sirsa. from 21st to 25th November 2011. 01 Bronze Medals : University of Rajasthan won 01 Bronze Medal in the All India Inter University Judo (M) Championship help at Tilak Maharastra University, Pune from 16th to 17th November 2011.

02 Silver Medals: University of Rajasthan won 02 Silver Medals in the All India Inter University Boxing (M) Championship held at Lovely Professional University, Faghawara (Punjab) from 29th February to 07th March 2012 7. Gold Medal : University of Rajasthan won Gold Madal in the West Zone Inter Zone Inter-University Handball (Men) tournament held at Biyani College of Groups, Jaipur from 03rd to 06th November 2011. 8. Gold Medal: University of Rajasthan won Gold Medal in the West Zone Inter Zone Inter-University Basketball (Men) tournament held at University of Rajasthan, Jaipur from 16th to 20th Oct. 2011. 9. Gold Medal: University of Rajasthan won Gold Medal in the West Zone Inter-University Table Tennis (Men) Tournament held at R.T.M. Nagapur University, Nagpur from 17th to 19th January 2012 10 Gold Medal: University of Rajasthan won Gold Medal in the West Zone Inter-University Volleyball (Men) Tournament held at Dr. Hari Singh Gour University, Sagar from 16th to 20th February, 2012 11. Gold Medal: University of Rajasthan won Gold Medal in the West Zone Inter-University Basketball (Women) Tournament held at Banasthali Vidyapeeth, Banasathali form 07 th to 12th November, 2011 (First time in the History) 12. Silver Medal : University of Rajasthan won Silver Medal in the West Zone Inter-University Hockey (Woman) Tournament held at J.N. Vyas University, Jodhpur from 26th to 31st December 2011.


15 Fourth Place : University of Rajasthan in the West Zone Inter University Handball (Women) Tournament held at Biyani College of Groups, Jaipur from 06th to 08th Novb 16 Fourth Place : University of Rajasthan in the West Zone Inter University Badminton (Man) Tournament held at M.L.S. University Udaipur from 10th to 13th January 2012

UNIVERSITY N.S.S, N.C.C.

13. Third Place University of Rajasthan in the West Zone Inter-University Table Tennis (Men) Tournament held at R.T.M. Nagapur University, Nagpur from 17th to 19th January 2012. 14 Third Place: University of Rajasthan in the West Zone Inter University Tennis (Women) Tournament held at Maharashtra University of Health Sciences form 16th to 18th October 2011 (First time in the History)

National Service Scheme The Motto of NSS is ‘‘NOT ME BUT YOU’’. There are 35 units of NSS in the University. These are in the constituent colleges and there is a special camp of 7 days during the winter vaction and three one day camps every year. A National Integration Camp was organised by the University from June 18–24, 2008, sponsored by Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Govt. of India, New Delhi. Besides, special days, (National and International Days) are being observed. The activities of NSS are : 1. Regular activities (adoption of villages and slums) (120 Hrs.) 2. Special Camping Programmes (240 Hrs.) 3. Activities during regular and special camps.

Coordinator Prof. Shyam Gopal Sharma (iii) Awareness for improvement of the status of women. (iv) Social Service Programme. (v) Production oriented programmes. (vi) Relief/Rehabilitation work during National Calamities. (vii) Education and recreation. (viii) Blood Donation Camps (ix) Nukkad Nataks to create awareness.

i) Environment enrichment and conservation. (ii) Health, Family welfare and Nutrition Programme.

COUNSELING CELL FOR WOMEN STUDENTS For the purpose of counseling of women students the university has created a counseling cell. The women students may contact the following faculty members. Dr. Mini Nanda Prof. J. D. Sharma Dr. Nidhi Singh Ms. Prerna Puri

Convener Member Member Member

9828399567 9414644047 9414446585 2360553

National Cadet Corps University of Rajasthan has a wide network of NCC units spread over all constituent colleges viz. University Rajasthan College, University Commerce College, University Maharaja's College and University Maharani's College, Jaipur. There are more than 1000 senior division cadets. The University has altogether 10 Associate NCC Officer (ANOs). They are supervising NCC admission, training, adventure and all NCC activities in their respective units. NCC conducted various activities viz. Drill, Weapon Training, Firing, Gliding, Microlite Flying, Para Sailing, Aero Modelling, Ship Modelling, Horse Riding, First Aid, Rock Climbing and Mountaineering, etc. Cadets take tool part in community and environment development activities. NCC helps to develop confident cadets who will succeed in their chosen careers. First and Second year students can take NCC.

Associate NCC Officers University Commerce College 1 Raj Armd Sqdn NCC Prof. Ratan Lal Godara 1 Raj Bn NCC Dr. J.P. Yadav 3 Raj Naval NCC Dr. Ashok Agarwal University Maharaja's College 1 Raj BN NCC Dr. Ramavtar Sharma University Maharani's College 1 Raj Girls Bn NCC Dr. Krishna Gupta University Rajasthan College 1 Raj Armed Sqdn NCC Dr. Rajesh Kr. Sharma 1 Raj Air Sqdn NCC Dr. D.S. Chouhan 3 Raj Naval NCC Dr. Rameshwar Jat 7 Raj(I) Coy NCC Prof. M.S. Chundawat

Contact Details of NCC Units Officers 1 Raj Armed Sqdn NCC

0141-2710486

1 Raj Air Sqdn NCC

0141-2706035

1 Raj Bn NCC

0141-2561400

1 Raj Girls Bn NCC

0141-2711563

3 Raj Naval NCC

0141-2702421

7 Raj(I) Coy NCC

0141-2561527

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USIC, ANTI RAGGING, PROCTORIAL BOARD, ADMISSION SCHEDULE

University Science Instrumentation Centre Director Prof. B.K. Srivastava Dy. Director Prof. Y.K. Vijay

University Science Instrumentation Centre caters to instrumentation related needs of the Science Departments. For maintenance of equipments, it has electronics, mechanical glass blowing and refrigeration workshops. It also provides centralized facilities on scientific equipments of sophisticated nature

Proctorial Board The University proctorial board has the responsibility of maintaing discipline, law and order in the campus. All constituent colleges have their own proctorial board. Chief Proctor Prof. R.L Godara 9414227806 Additional Chief Proctor Dr. Jaimala Sharma 9829321507

Associate Proctors Dr. H. S. Palsania Dr. Prabha Verma Dr. R.A Sharma Dr. R.N. Sharma Dr. S.C. Sharma

ANTI RAGGING COMMITTEE

COMPLAINT COMMITTEE FOR PREVENTION OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT OF WOMEN AT WORK PLACE

Office: Dean, Student's Welfare, University Campus, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur-302004 Phone: 0141-2710497 Member Phone/Mobile No. Vice-Chancellor Chairman 2707863 (O) Prof R.V. Singh DSW Member 2710497 (O) Prof. J.D.Sharma Chief Warden (Girls) Member 2706165 (O) Dr. Rajesh Kumar Sharma Member 2706470 (O) Deptt. of Pol. Sc. 2711400 (O) Dr. S.P.S. Shekhawat. Principal, Law College Member 2704882 (O) Shri Nishkam Diwakar Registrar, UOR Member 2706813 (O) Shri N.L. Meena Member (Parent Category)

Shri Anshuman Singh Kangarot Member (Student Category) Shri Akshit Baz (Student Category) MBA III Sem Student,UOR Member

Shri A.K. Sharma

Member

9461973839

9950969793 2705883(O)

Dy. Registrar (Secy.)

Prof. R.L. Godara, Chief Proctor

Member Secretary 2711139 (O)

9460144084 9772930720 9461164336 9414783600 9166869996

Office: Centre for Women Studies, University Campus, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur Phone No. -0141-2708953. Name

Mobile No.

Dr. Mini Nanda

Convener

9828399567

Prof.Santosh Gupta

Member

9799999240

Prof. Damyanti Gupta

Member

94140-64313

Prof. Mridul Srivastava Member

9829068389

Prof. B.K. Srivastava

Member

9829058915

Prof. Rajiv Gupta

Member

94140-53641

Prof. Beena Agarwal

Member

94144-42037

Prof.J.D. Sharma

Member

9414644047

Dr. Mamta Jaitly

Member

Dr. Neelu Mahajan

Member

91668-73386

Ms. Prerna Puri

Member

2360553

ADMISSION SCHEDULE 2012â&#x20AC;&#x201C;2013 Prospectus and Admission Forms (on line) Last date for Generating on line Admission Forms Last date for Submitting Hard Copy alongwith Challan Last date for Generating on Line form with Late Fee (Rs.50) Last date for Submitting Hard Copy With Late Fee Publication of Merit List Last Date of Admission

June 07, June 15, June 18, June 20, June 23, June 25, July 30,

2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012

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Prof. Som Deo, Dean Faculty of Commerce Dean, Faculty of Arts Dean, Faculty of Education Dean, Faculty of Fine Arts Dean, Faculty of Law Dean, Faculty of Management Dean, Faculty of Science Dean, Faculty of Social Science Principal, Commerce College Principal, Law College Principal, Maharaja College Principal, Maharani College Principal, Rajasthan College Director, Infonet Center Coordinator, NSS Chief Proctor Chief Warden, Boys Chief Warden, Girls Dean, Students Welfare Prof. Anil Jain Department of Hindi Prof. Joya Chakravarty Department of English Prof. Maya Rani Tak Department of Music Prof. M.K. Pandit Department of Geology Prof. Rajeev Gupta Department of Sociology Prof. Sudha Rai Department of English Dr. Shailendra Gupta Department of Physics Dr. Sunita Agarwal Department of English

Convener Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member

Ex-officio members Registrar CF&FA Secretary, Sports Board Addl. Registrar

University of Rajasthan University of Rajasthan University of Rajasthan University of Rajasthan

Member Member Member Member Secretary

PROSPECTUS COMMITTEE

PROSPECTUS COMMITTEE


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