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1 Banaras Hindu University- The Great Seat of Learning By Professor D.P. Singh Vice Chancellor By Professor D.P. Singh Vice Chancellor

2 An institution for nurturing the best of oriental thought and ideals of life along with the best of western advancements Banaras Hindu University

3 It (the University) will seek not merely to turn out men as engineers, scientists, doctors, merchants, theologians but also as men of high character, probity and honour, whose conduct through life will show that they bear the hall- mark of a great University -Mahamana Pt. Madan Mohan Malaviya

4 Our Role Models Our Founder Mahamana Pt. Madan Mohan Malaviya Our Chancellor Dr. Karan Singh

5 Our Associates & Alumni Dr. Annie Besant (Founder Member) Sir Sunder Lal (Former Justice, Allahabad High Court, First VC) Dr. Sir P. S. Sivaswami Iyer (Former Advocate-General of Madras Presidency) Dr. S. Radhakrishnan (Former President of India) Acharya Narendra Dev (Prominent National Leader) Shri N. H. Bhagwati (Former Justice Allahabad High Court) Dr. Trigun Sen (Former Union Minister for Education) Dr. K.L. Shrimali (Former Union Minister for Education)

6 Our Associates & Alumni Dr. S.S. Bhatnagar (Founder DG, CSIR) Pt. Omkar Nath Thakur (Indian music exponent) Acharya Ram Chandra Shukla (Hindi Litterateur) Acharya Hazari Prasad Dwivedi (Hindi Litterateur) Prof. K.N. Udupa (Modern & Ayurvedic medicine) Prof. T.R. Anantharaman (Metallurgist)

7 Legacy Continues.. Dr. Y. Nayudamma ( Faculty), DG, CSIR Prof. Hari Gautam ( Former VC), UGC Chairman Prof. U.R. Rao ( Alumnus), Chairman, ISRO Dr. Mangla Rai (Alumnus), DG, ICAR Prof. R. Chidambaram ( visiting Professor), Principal Scientific Advisor, Govt. of India Prof. C.N.R. Rao ( Alumnus), Chairman of Science Advisory Council to the Prime Minister Prof. J.V. Narlikar (Alumnus), Eminent Astrophysicist

8 Bharat Ratna Prof. S. Radhakrishnan, Former VC Prof. C.V. Raman, Life long visiting professor Babu Bhagwan Das, Founder member Ustad Bismillah Khan, associated with Music Faculty and awarded Honoris Causa D.Sc. Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam,Visiting Professor

9 Organizational Overview Campus area: 1360 Acres main Campus and 2700 Acres south Campus Institutes: 4 Faculties: 16 Departments: 140 Interdisciplinary Schools: 5 Womens College Students: 29,000 Research Scholars-2,500 Teachers: 1,800

10 p Index: (C 2 P) (1/3) where, C= citations, P=production Hirsch h Index: a scholar with an index of h has published h papers each of which has been cited by others at least h times P= total number of publications

11 Research on the upswing S&T Projects & Funds Number of Projects Project Funding

12 Research on the Upswing S&T Publications DU BHU Jadavpur Anna Panjab Source: Current Science SCI= Science Citation Index

13 Ranking of BHU Amongst Indian Universities University Composite Index*Rank BHU2.25 1 Jadavpur1.87 2 Hyderabad1.74 3 Delhi1.37 4 JNU1.34 5 *Based on numbers of Bhatnagar awardees, INSA Fellows, and Publications in refereed journals Source: Office of Principal Scientific Advisor, Govt. of India, 2005

14 Centers and Schools of Excellence Peace Value Education Rural Development Womens Study Human Rights Counselling, Guidance, and Psychotherapy Genetic Disorders Biotechnology Biochemical Engineering Biomedical Engineering Brain Research Food Science & Technology Hydrogen Energy Nanoscience & Technology Material Science Kshar Sutra (Specialized Ayurvedic Surgery) Yoga Interdisciplinary Research in Mathematical Science Trauma & Superspecialty Communicable Disease Surveillance

15 Rajiv Gandhi South Campus Offering Education to underprivileged Situated in the Vindhyan range (Barkachha, Mirzapur), about 90 km away from the main campus, covering an area of about 2700 acres Since 2006, imparting education, research and training mostly to inhabitants of an under developed area having sizable tribal population Focus on professional/vocational courses Student strength-937 Teaching Faculty-54 Budgetary allocation- one time UGC grant of Rs. 27 Crores Grant of Rs. 100 Crores under active consideration of MHRD (UGC)

16 Rajiv Gandhi South Campus Courses offered: 23 M.B.A. (Agri-Business) B.Ed. B. Pharmacy in Ayurveda Diploma in Office Management and Business Communication Diploma in Tourism Management Master in Computer Application (MCA) M.Sc. (Tech.) in Environmental Sciences and Technology B. Com. (Hons.) P.G. Diploma in Insurance Management P.G. Diploma in Naturopathy and Yoga Therapy P.G. Diploma in Hospital Management M.Sc. in Plant Biotechnology M.Sc. (Ag.) in Soil and Water Conservation M.Sc. (Ag.) in Agro-forestry M.A. in Tourism Management B. Com. (Finance and Market Management) P.G. Diploma in Journalism and Mass Communication P.G. Diploma in Counseling and Psychotherapy P.G. Diploma in Remote Sensing and GIS Certificate Course in Handloom Weaving and Handicraft Certificate Course in Dyeing and Printing Certificate Course in Textile Designing U.G. Diploma in Photography, Design and Serigraphy

17 Conversion of IT-BHU into IIT-BHU DBT-BHU Interdisciplinary School of Life Sciences Institute of Environment and Sustainable Development Centre for Food Science & Technology University with Potential for Excellence UGC Innovative Programme for Counselling, Guidance, & Psychotherapy Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Mathematical Sciences National Resource Centre on Kshar Sutra Trauma & Superspecialty Centre Recent Developments

18 Looking Ahead.. Areas of visible strength Advance materials and processes Cell and molecular biology Environment and sustainability Indian heritage Areas of potential strength Neuroscience and human behaviour Genetics and breeding Ayurveda (Herbal and Non-herbal medicine) Emerging areas Energy Cognitive Sciences Water resource management Peace, inter-faith, and inter-cultural studies

19 Going Global.. Collaborators Number of Institutions: 25 Number of Countries: 16 Visitors Number of Visitors: 74 Number of Countries: 23 Students Number of students:506 Number of Countries: 48

20 Sharing Social Responsibility… Sir Sunderlal Hospital A 1200-bedded modern hospital Patient turnout OPD: daily around 3,000 annually approx 10 lakhs About 45,000 indoor admissions bed occupancy more than 95% Annual total surgical operations: around 25,000 45% major and 55% minor The unique feature of the Hospital is that it renders specialty and super specialty services through Modern Medicine, Ayurveda and Yoga under one roof.

21 Sharing Social Responsibility Extension and outreach programmes Genetic counselling New crop varieties & improved seed Extension & farmer training (KVK) Environmental awareness programmes Community water resource management

22 New Initiatives Institute of Environment & Sustainable Development Environmental Calendar Eco-friendly Campus BHU Policy on Environment & Sustainable Development Value Promotion Policy Quality Policy


24 Establishment of the Institute of Environment & Sustainable Development

25 Financial Support from UGC XI Plan allocation of about 232 Crores within the General Development Grant allocation with a total of 76 teaching positions. For implementation of OBC reservation, Rs. 561 Crores along with 562 teaching, and 238 non-teaching posts. Highest support from UGC under XI Plan received by any Indian University.

26 Student Support System Students Council Earn while learn scheme Holistic personality development Training & Placement International Centre University Employment, Information & Guidance Bureau Students Health Centers Counselling & Guidance Coaching classes for weaker sections Student hostels, Playgrounds & sports facilities Annadan Yojana for meritorious poor students

27 Our Future Vision Attracting and retaining best minds as faculty Attracting inquisitive minds as students and help them develop as humane professionals Promoting inter- & trans-disciplinarity in teaching & research Fostering excellence in the selected areas including environment and sustainability; peace, inter-faith, and inter-cultural studies Assuring quality in educational process Expanding social and industrial outreach Enhancing employability of the graduates

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