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Dr.

Rajendra Prasad University (RPU)


Ara (Bihar)
(A Proposed State Private University Under Section 2f of UGC Act 1956 )

(Under the provisions of Bihar Private University Bill 2013)

CONTENTS
1.0

INRODUCTION
01-07
1.1
JUSTIFICATION FOR STARTING THE UNIVERSITY
02
1.2
BASIC OBJECTIVE OF THE UNIVERSITY
03
1.2.1 SYSTEM OF EDUCATION TO BE ADOPTED IN THE UNIVERSITY 03
1.2.2 STUDENT ORIENTIATION PLAN IN THE UNIVERSITY
04
1.2.3 GLOBALIZATION OF THE UNIVERSITY
07

2.0

PRINCIPLES OF UNIVERSITY MANAGEMENT


2.1
UNIVERSITY AND PEOPLE
2.2
ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE
2.3
EMPHASIS ON ACADEMICS
2.4
NORMS AND CULTURE
2.5
FACULTY EVALUATION

08-10
08
09
09
09
10

3.0

PROMOTERS OF THE UNIVERSITY


3.1
OPENING FOR MORE PROMOTERS

10-12
12

4.0

SOURCES OF FUNDING & ACCOUNTIBILITY

13

5.0

AREAS OF THE COURSES OF THE UNIVERSITY

14

6.0

BUDGET
6.1
6.2
6.3

7.0

LOCATION & SITE PLAN OF THE PROPOSED CAMPUS OF UNIVERSITY

& FEASIBILITY OF THE UNIVERSITY


QUALITATIVE FEASIBILITY
FEE STRUCTURE
STUDENTS STRENGTH (PROJECTED)

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FEASIBILITY REPORT TO START A SELF-FINANCED UNIVERSITY


OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY IN BIHAR
1.0 INTRODUCTION

National experience has established the fact that only professional institutions, with a
University status, are at the forefront of professional higher education. The
establishment of a new institution, as a college and its growth to a. deemed University
or a University is a highly time-consuming process in which merit is just one of the
many factors. A state like Bihar, which is in a hurry to develop fast, can ill afford such
a long time delay to acquire a sound professional educational base for its development
process and to develop into a formidable complex for quality professional education.
Quality professional education can also grow as 'a knowledge industry and support other
knowledge based industries, Many states in India have gone around the
time-consuming walk to the University or deemed University status, by establishing
(deemed or otherwise) even private universities by an Act cf legislature. With urgent
and acute demand by various sectors of development on the scarce financial resources,
it may not be possible or even desirable (if alternate means are available) 'for the state to
provide financial resources for the establishment of quality professional institutions
with the status of a University. It is heartening to note that in recent times a number of
private quality professional institutions have come up. Hence, it is highly desirable that at
the very start, government encourages private initiative for establishment of quality
professional institutions by processing the University status, by an Act of legislature The
government may of course satisfy itself that the University does indeed deserve its
patronage.
In view of the opportunities, available on account of the globalization /liberalization and
commitment of the Chief Minister of Bihar and his government to rapid development, it
is appropriate to establish a high quality professional international institution with built-in
University status through an act of Bihar legislature. The blessings of the government, the
private nature of the University

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and innovative thinking, promise the blossoming of the venture into a world
class University of which the people of Bihar will be beneficiaries and proud
participants.
We enumerate some of the novel/innovative' features of the proposed University,
which will set it apart from other institutions of higher education.
1.1 Justification for Starting the University
A distressing feature of the dependence of the universities on the government
for financial support and consequent de facto state control of the universities is
the stress on conformity, as illustrated by similar act, status, regulations, rules
and even work culture. This has discouraged variety, experimentation,
quality improvement and development of alternate models. The universities,
believed to be fountain-head of educational innovation accepted this rigidity,
imposed by conformance as an invariant situation and did not devote attention
to seeking alternate models or solutions. Insufficient public funding, growing
number of students and rising costs have, in the absence of a combative
strategy, exposed inadequacies in the structure of public universities, burdened
with outdated constraints and control mechanisms. The sorry state of public
universities, the apparent success of the concept of self-financing in the field
of professional education and the much-talked-about pending "Private
University Bill" have sparked off considerable interest in private Universities.
The greatest benefit, accruing to a University from privatization is academic
and administrative autonomy. In case the autonomy is denied or curtailed in any
manner or the sole emphasis of management is on 'short pay back time (Or large
net earnings), the benefits get considerably reduced.

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Some of the advantages of a private University are:


1) Relative freedom from politicization and unionization.
2) Promotion of initiative, progress, innovation, competition, and development
3) Freedom for experimentation in academic management.
4) Higher capacity for self-renewal.
5) Ability to make rational long range plans, implement them, monitor them
and make midcourse correction.
6) Ability to move strategically towards greates excellence and relevence.
7) Flexibility in raising resources and financial management.

It is obvious that the Act governing o self-financed private professional University


has to be very different frorn that, corresponding to government financed Universities.
in order to take full advantage of globalization, liberalization, innovation and
service.
1..2 Basic Objectives of the University
1.2.1 System of Education to be adopted in the University
In good old times, a University was content to admit for instruction a specified number
of applicants, offer rigid courses of Instraction, grant degrees to students. successful in
the

examination, and conduct research of interest to individual faculty members. It

did not in general, consciously feel any responsibility for those, who could not be
admitted but were eager to learn.It also did not address the problems faced by the
community.

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It is now realized that the basic aim of an enlightened University is to serve all those
who need any kind of knowledge/training/advice (as regular students or otherwise)
at any time, pace and place. Flexibility, diversity and networking in instruction and
evaluation have replaced rigidity and religious adherence to rules as the guiding
beacon lights. In research and development, the shift is from the individual to
team work. This team has members outside the University if it improves the quality
of work. Adaptive research, Consultancy and tailored training programmes are also
actively Pursued,
Members of the University voice their studied opinions on issues of national, state
add local importance; for example at least the universities have pre-budget
seminars, where after the discussions, a suggested national budget is forwarded to
the Ministry of Finance for consideration. Members of the University system also
participate in adult education, science popularization, agricultural extension, social
service (e.g. through NSS) etc.

1.2.2 Student Orientation Plan in the University

Conventionally, a University is characterized by rigidity and takes pride in strict


adherence to rules. The academic programmes are traditional and zealously guarded by
departments and faculties as their fiefdoms. Thus, in general, the age-old academic
programmes continue to the exclusion of more relevant and interdisciplinary ones.

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Another feature of the University system, which comes in the way of excellence,
relevance and service to seekers of knowledge is an obsession with uniformity at
all levels. There are strong pressures to have almost the same act, statues,
structures, academic programmes, syllabus and examinations. In the absence of
variety and experimentation, the development of excellence is most unlikely.

The persons seeking higher education have different aptitude, different aspirations and
wide, variation in abilities and background; this divergence is further accentuated by
reservations for the purpose of equity. Hence, it is most illogical to push all persons
through the same academic programmes at the same pace.

Thus there is a need to have system of higher education, such that persons with
different aptitudes, different aspirations and different abilities can learn at a pace, a place,
and

a time

of their

choice,

by

a judicious

use

of different

modes

(contact,distance,Online ,programmed etc..) of education.

Taking a cue from Total Quality Management (TQM) and keeping in mind the main
purpose of the University, there would be quality improvement in instruction,'relevance
of knowledge, sports, co-curricular activities, student residences, academic infrastructure,
counseling and career guidance, placement services and general attitude of administration
(which is at best indifferent to individual students). Attempts would be made to get
part-time jobs for students to give them real world experience and partial financial
support alongwith academic relevance.

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A major step towards quality improvement in higher education is the, adoption of a


flexible modular semester credit system, with internal evaluation.Some desirable
features of the University are:
A course may be taken at any University or other establishments (e.g. national
laboratories, industry, business etc.) or by distance education/ programmed learning
etc. In case, a grade is awarded by the unit giving the course it will be accepted by
all participating universities, if not, any University can examine and award a grade.

The University will lay down the core and optional courses for certificates, diplomas
and degrees.

After passing the requisite number of courses or acquiring required number of


credits, a , student may apply to University for issue of a certificate, diploma or
degree, which will issued after verification and the student's passing a comprehensive
viva-voice and possibly a written test.

The system, which networks universities with the outside world, would lead to higher
quality, more relevance and consequently better employability.

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In addition to the implementation of a student and society oriented total quality management
programme, the University would always be reorganizing itself, using the techniques of
business process re-engineering, where the objectives ace first decided end then an optimum
structure is evolved.

The University will accept the responsibility for ensuring (as far as possible ) employment
or at least employability of the graduating students (at all levels). Academic programmes,
counseling and ,placement and training services would be aimed towards that end; this
would not only be limited to professional students but for all students.
1.2.3 Globalization of the University

Some of the activities, which may be carried out are:

Having multiple campuses in India and abroad with local support /assistance.

Running academic programmes (including dual degree) in collaboration with foreign


universities/institutions in India and other countries.

Running academic programmes in the distance education modes, with the participation
of recognised study centers.

Conducting 'Certification of Skills' programme for persons, proficient in skills but


without fortmal certificate/diploma.

Conducting Training and ED Programmes for business and industry.

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2.0 PRINCIPLES OF UNIVERSITY MANAGEMENT


Some general principles, applicable to university management are:
2.1 University and People
The goals would be challenging, fairly focused and shared by the members
of the University community and society at large.
Enough trust will be put In the members, who will be given autonomy,
consistent with work towards accepted goals:
Committed

key

people

will

be

identified

and

empowered,

before

undertaking.significant tasks.
-The matrix organization, where persons in a given discipline are put in a
department and persons from different departments are chosen to form a team
fares interdisciplinary task, may be most desirable.
-Healthy traditions and culture will be nurtured.
-Linkages with interacting systems (society, industry etc.) will be built and
strengthened.
Working and thinking together is essential for healthy development.
Delicate balance between individual autonomy and group effort towards
common goals would be maintained.
Self renewal (self evaluation, mid course correction by natural participative
decision-making and cooperative implementation) would be a continuous
process.
-The leader will be fully committed, non-competitive, respectful of other'
contribution, willing to provide autonomy, capable of establishing linkages
with the interacting systems, ready to learn from experience and able to
effectively dispossess the Institution, which he has build.

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2.2 Organisational Structure

The University organization will be transparent and as flat as possible-in other


words it would have minimum number of levels (characterized by pay scales);
this applies to academic as welt as non-academic sides.
The structure would be like a matrix. The columns represent fairly autonomous
departements, while

rows represent

centrally

administered

tasks

like

postgraduate: programmes, research, and consultancy organized by Dean etc.


Decision-making will be based on an interconnected system of committees,
which involves a high cost a time but result in much wanted participation by the
faculty and other sections of the University. Members of faculty will take part in
committees concerned with administrative problems and administrative officers
will participate in academic committees.

In order to be effective, committees will be properly notified, time bound and with
clearly stated terms of reference.
2.3 Emphasis on Academics
Academic roles would be given much more importance than non-academic ones
so that there is an urge to be excellent teacher/researcher lather than Head of dept.
or Dean.
Non-academic appointments like Dean etc. will be term appointments only and not
carry any financial incentive, some relaxation of :caching load may be given.
2.4 Norms and Culture
Professional and peer relationship would be encouraged. Professional excellence
must be the most important criterion for recognition.

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Seniority alone would not be the criterion for administrative appointment; the
rotational system would not be automatic.
Mature organizational behaviour, particularly, when a person assumes or gives up
an administrative appointment must be cultivated.

2.5 Faculty Evaluation .


A system Of faculty evaluation by students, papers and Head of dept./ Dean would be
evolved and form the oasis for recognition and incentives (including promotion,
multiple increments etc.)

3.0 PROMOTERS OF THE UNIVERSITY


The Present Promoters have formed a TRUST in the name of Chandra Jyoti
International Institute of H.R.D. Registered for.charitable purposes as defined U/S 2 [15]
of the income tax act 1961, which includes relief of the poor, education, medical relief and
the advancement of any other object of general public utility.
Dr. Rames
h Chandra Ph.D,
Ramesh
Ph.D, D.Sc, FRCS (London); Chairman of the Trust. He is
former Vice Chancellor of Meerut University, Chairman, Delhi Subordinate
Services Selection Board, Govt. of Delhi, Dean Faculty of Technology,University
of Delhi.
Mr.Abhishek Dubey MBA,PGDBA,BSc (Biotech).He
(Biotech). is an MBA Graduate from
University of Mysore with a specialization in Marketing and has over 10 years
of Industry experience. He also possesses a PGDBA from MSB, Hyderabad. He
started his career with Wockhardt Ltd as Trainee Territory Manager and then

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moved to Parle Agro as a Brand Promotion Officer. Subsequently he has worked


with The Times of India as Response and Advertising Officer in the Education
Times for the National Level Advertising.
He has made numerous invaluable contributions to IMRB INTERNATIONAL
the Second largest Marketing Research body in the country in diverse Market
Research Projects. His Organizational Project & Summer Internship Project got
The Best Business Achiever Award in 2006 held at MSB, Hyderabad. His
Bio-Kleen Labs-An Enzyme Based Cleaning Solution was adjudged among
the Best B-Plan in Cleantech Category in 2008 held at NITIE, Mumbai. The
Project Bio Kleen Labs was again selected at Abhiyan-2008 in IIM-L & also
another Project on Green Marketing Ideas at IIT-B in 2009.His project Bio
Kleen Labs was also Shortlisted for the TATA NEN hottest startup 2009.
He was Shortlisted for the 2nd Season CNBC Awaaz's Chhota Business Bade
Sapne 2010.He also served CIIM (AICTE Approved), Bhopal as an
Asst.Professor for Management Department.He is also an active Cyber/Online
Activist for Greenpeace International.
Smt. Maya wife of Prof. Ramesh Chandra. Besides being a wife of a reputed scientist,
educationist and administrator, her family background is agriculture and she is an'
environmentalist & Social worker, Her support in the form of agriculture and
environment knowledge, expertise and ownership of agriculture land.

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Smt. Alka M.A., B-Ed, Ex Principal W omen's Polytechnic.


Polytechnic She has expertise in
technical education: Her husband is a senior medical Specialist in Anesthesia.
Dr. Kavita M.D. senior Medical Officer.
Officer She has background to coordinate as an
international coordinator being .a foreign educated,.She is a Wife of Senior specialist
M.B.B.S., M.D. and specialist ophthalmology
Smt Seema ME-. Electronics & Communication Delhi University.
University Resides' having
knowledge arid expertise in electronics and information technology. Her husband is a
B.E and Post Graduation in Mass Communication from J.N.U. Delhi.

Mr.Virad

Awasthi

MA(English),PGDBM

reputed

educationist

&

administrator.He has expertise in distance education & industry collaborative


programms.

3.1 Opening for more Promoters


The registration of other Trustees is invited as such conditions are laid down in section
11 of the Income Tax Act, 1961 or any other section there of as may from time to time be
enacted so as to secure the exemptions from tax in respect of the income derives from
the Trust property is not lost for one year.The present Trustees are reputed persons in
their areas. Hope a good amount of trust funds will be available for the University.

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4.0 SOURCES OF FUNDING AND ACCOUNTIBILITY

Trust fund and the earning from the trust agricultural land holdings.
Trust- donations, allowed under 80 c of Income Tax Act
Multinationals for whom the courses-sponsored by them will be conducted. The
passed out students will get employment in Patna. Itself there are a lot of industries
which are contactable to promote their design courses. There is a shortage of
trained of manpower in the multinationals to suit their requirement of latest
technology, management, finance and marketing in thrust areas as proposed in the
University.
Govt. and aided institutions for the promotional activities.
There are certain courses proposed in the formation of the University which will be
sponsored and promoted by Multinationals/ Industrial Institution/ Foundations/
Govt. and Non-Govt.Organizations/Banks & Financial Institutions in the Country
and abroad.
They will have participation funding for the courses. Besides this they will
provide' opportunity for employment for the students passed out from the
University.
List of such Participant from Multinationals are suggested as given in the Table of
areas of the courses of the University.

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The Financial Accounts and expenditures will be maintained by chartered Accountants.


They will be audited under the Trust Act and norms.
5.0 AREAS OFTIIE COURSES OF THE UNIVERSITY

Consistent with employability, four criteria for selection of thrust areas may be stated:

Areas, which are of specific relevance to Bihar


Emerging areas of inter-disciplinary nature
Conventional areas, in which there id a heavy demand for competent
professionals.
Areas, which lead to enrichment of life, for those who are reasonably
well provided, financially, for (e.g. retired professionals, senior
housewives etc.).

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Some of the areas are : (Table 1)


S.No.
1

Degree/Diploma/Cert
ificate
Engineering:
Masters
Graduation
Diploma
Certificate
M.Phil
P.hd
(B.Tech, M.Tech, PhD )

Areas
Environmental Engineering
Bio-informatics
Mechatronics and Robotics
Automation
Telecommunications Engineering
Computer Science and IT
Software Engineering
Data Acquisition and Processing
Marketing and Service
Engineering (Medical, Scientific,
Consumer and Industrial)
Energy Engineering (emphasis on
renewable energy and energy
conservation)
Food Processing & Packaging
Engineering
Polymer &Chemical Technology
Engineering Physics
Mathematical Modelling
Rural Engineering and Appropriate
Technology Mechanical,
Electronics, Computer Science,
Electrical

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Proposed Sponsored
Agencies
ERD & C.I of India
CMC Govt of India
Petroleum
Conservation &
Research Association
Department' of
Alternative Energy
Govt. of India.
Ministry of Food
Processing Govt. of
India
1. Plastindia Foundation
2. Reliance Industries

Business &
Management:
Masters
Graduation
Diploma
Certificate
M.Phil
P.hd

Econometrics, Game Theory &


Modelling International Business
Fashion Design and Management
Real Estate Management and
Development
Police Administration
Materials Management
Retail Management
Foreign Trade Management
Production and Operations
Management
Institutional Management
Total Quality Management
Aviation Management
Hotel Management and Catering
Technology
Tourism, Travel and Hospitality
Management
Entrepreneurship
NGO Management
Services Management
E-Commerce
TQM-ISO
Destination Management
( Tourism)
Rural Marketing
Capital Market
Forex
Cooperative Management
Administrative Services
Insurance Management
Mass Communication: Advertising
Masters
Public Relations
Graduation
Radio and Video
Diploma
Production/Entertainment
Certificate
Journalism and Mass
M.Phil
Communication
P.hd
Broadcast Journalism
Photo Journalism

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Ministry of Tourism &


Transport

Prasar
Bharti,Doordarsan,Telev
ision Channels & Print
Media.

Education:
Masters
Graduation
Diploma
Certificate
M.Phil
P.hd
D.Ed
B.Ed
M.Ed
NTT

Law:
Masters
Graduation
Diploma
Certificate
M.Phil
P.hd
(3Yrs LLB,5yrs BA-LLB,
LLM, Ph.D)

Pre-School, Open School Board


Programms,Primary
Higher Secondary, Higher
Education
Community Education,
Literacy
Educational Management
Toys/Games Design & Production
Educational
Education
Higher Education
Value Education
Health Education
Vocational and Technical
Education
Physical Education
Child Care and Development
Distance Education
Science Education
Adult Education
School Education
Educational Planning and
Administration
Educational Technology
Ethics
Cyber Law
Environmental Law
International Business Law . .
Human Rights
Alternative Dispute Resolution
International Law
Criminology
Forensic Science
Intellectual Property Rights
Anti-Terror Laws
Trafficking Abatement
Master of Business Laws

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Through Educational
Consultant, Of India- for
Educational Institutes
abroad.

Pharmacy and
Pharmaceuticals:
Masters
Graduation
Diploma
Certificate
M.Phil
P.hd
(B. Pharma,
M.Pharma,
B.Sc,M.Sc.)

Traditional Learning:
Masters
Graduation
Diploma
Certificate
M.Phil
P.hd
(B.A. ,M.A., B.Sc,
M.Sc)

Emphasis of Himalayan Medicinal


drugs
Clinical Pharmacology
Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Pharmacognosy
Unani
Pharmaceutics
Ayurveda Pharmacology
Pharmaceuticals Technology
Drug Regulatory Affairs
Natural Medicinal Products
Drug Discovery and Drug
Development
Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences
Astrology and Karmakand
English
Hindi
Chemistry
Physics
Maths
Zoology
Microbiology
Biology
Economics
History
Administrative Services
Political Science
Diplomacy
International Relations
Public Administration
Conflict Resolution
Negotiation
Sociology
Good Governance
Planning and Development
Dalit Studies
Tribal Development
Geography
Peace and Global Security
Disarmament Studies
South Asian Studies
Women's Studies
Rural Development
Social Work

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Dabour India,Himalaya
and other allied
Industries.

Applied Science:
Masters
Graduation
Diploma
Certificate
M.Phil
P.hd
(B.sc. M.Sc)

Health, Medical and


Mental Abilities:
Masters
Graduation
Diploma
Certificate
M.Phil
P.hd
(B.Sc. Msc., B.A. M.A.)

Environmental Science
Disaster Management
Sustainable Development
Habitat and Population Studies
Global Warming Reduction
Pollution Control
Green Business
Green Technology
Organic Farming
Dairy Science
Applied Biology
Remote Sensing
Bioinformatics
Biotechnology
Nanotechnology
Knowledge Management
Earth Science
Futurology
Urban Planning
Valuation
Building Construction Technology
Colour Consultation
Vastu Science
Furniture Design
Green Buildings
Landscaping
Hospital Administration
Geriatric Care
Yoga
Medical (MBBS/MD/MS)
Nursing Programms
Medicinal Plants
Clinical Research
Industrial Drug Science
Mental Health
Developmental Psychology
Environmental Psychology
Public Health
Psychology
Counselling
Psychotherapy
Applied Psychology
Forensic Psychology
Nutritional Healing

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IGIMS,AIIMS etc.

10

Library and
Information Science:
Masters
Graduation
Diploma
Certificate
M.Phil
P.hd
(B.A. M.A.)

Library and Information Science

11

Fire Science and


Industrial Safety:
Masters
Graduation
Diploma
Certificate
M.Phil
P.hd
(B.A. M.A.)

Fire Science
Industrial Safety Management

12

HOSPITALITY &

Hospitality & Hotel Administration


Hotel Management
Tourism Management
International Hospitality
Management
Front Office Management

TOURISM:
Masters
Graduation
Diploma
Certificate
M.Phil
P.hd
(B.A. M.A.)
13

FASHION DESIGN, Art

& Craft:
Masters
Graduation
Diploma
Certificate
M.Phil
P.hd
(B.sc. M.sc.)

Fashion Marketing & Promotion


Fashion Technology
Fashion Designing
Art & Craft
Fashion Merchandising

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PARAMEDICAL
SCIENCES:
Masters
Graduation
Diploma
Certificate
M.Phil
P.hd
(B.sc. M.sc.)

Medical Lab Technology


Radio Imaging
Hospital Administration
Medical Records Management
Live Stock & Veterinary Science
Multi Purpose Health Worker

15

ARCHITECTURE &

Interior Design
Graphic and Multi media

DESIGN
TECHNOLOGY:

16

17

Masters
Graduation
Diploma
Certificate
M.Phil
P.hd
(B.sc. M.sc.)
Sports Science:
Masters
Graduation
Diploma
Certificate
M.Phil
P.hd
(B.A. M.A.)

Sports Science
Sports Psychology
Sports Administration
Sports Infrastructure
Sports Education

Construction
Solar Passive and Climatic
Management and
Building Design
related areas:
Sick Building Syndrome
Masters
Mitigation
Graduation
Interior Furnishing
Diploma
Modular Kitchen Design
Certificate
Visual Merchandising and
M.Phil
Window Display
P.hd
Exhibition and Set Design
(B.A. M.A., M.sc, B.Sc) Vastu Science
Vasteriology
Interior Design and Decoration
Landscaping
Furniture Design
Colour Consultation
Draftsmanship

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CIDC

Building Services (Electrical)


Building Services (Plumbing)

18

Life Enrichment:
(Non-formal short
term courses with
intense 'participation)

19

Distance Education:
Masters
Graduation
Diploma
Certificate
M.Phil
P.hd

Appreciation of Fine Arts


Yoga and Physical Activities
Creativity
Religion
Current Affairs
Social Service
World of WWW
Counselling
General Awareness etc.
PROGRAMMES OF
ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY
PROGRAMMES OF
MANAGEMENT & COMMERCE
PROGRAMMES OF
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
PROGRAMMES OF ARTS
PROGRAMMES OF JOURNALISM
PROGRAMMES OF SCIENCE
PROGRAMMES OF LAW
PROGRAMMES OF EDUCATION
PROGRAMMES OF PHYSICAL
EDUCATION
M.Phil. PROGRAMMES
Ph.D. PROGRAMMES
OPEN AND DISTANCE EDUCATION
OPEN SCHOOL BOARD
ONLINE PROGRAMMES
INDUSTRY COLLABORATIVE
PROGRAMMES

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E-NET Society

20

Professional
Education
(Global
collaboration):
Masters
Graduation
Diploma
Certificate
M.Phil
P.hd

1. Campuses abroad with the


collaboration of local educational
entrepreneurs and other
universities and Instituation
(aborad)
2.Programmes in India in
collaboration with foreign
uversities.
3. Mini campuses in Uttar Pradesh
and
rest of the country.

21

Online Education:
Masters
Graduation
Diploma
Certificate
M.Phil
P.hd

PROGRAMMES OF
ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY
PROGRAMMES OF
MANAGEMENT & COMMERCE
PROGRAMMES OF
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
PROGRAMMES OF ARTS
PROGRAMMES OF JOURNALISM
& Mass Comm
PROGRAMMES OF SCIENCE
PROGRAMMES OF LAW
PROGRAMMES OF EDUCATION
PROGRAMMES OF PHYSICAL
EDUCATION
M.Phil. PROGRAMMES
Ph.D. PROGRAMMES
OPEN AND DISTANCE EDUCATION
INDUSTRY COLLABORATIVE
PROGRAMMES

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INDUSTRY
COLLABORATIVE
PROGRAMMES:
Masters
Graduation
Diploma
Certificate
M.Phil
P.hd

OPEN SCHOOLING
Dr.Rajnedra Prasad
Chair/Desk
Bihar
Community/Society
Programms

PROGRAMMES OF
ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY
PROGRAMMES OF
MANAGEMENT & COMMERCE
PROGRAMMES OF
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
PROGRAMMES OF ARTS
PROGRAMMES OF JOURNALISM
& Mass Comm
PROGRAMMES OF SCIENCE
PROGRAMMES OF LAW
PROGRAMMES OF EDUCATION
PROGRAMMES OF PHYSICAL
EDUCATION
M.Phil. PROGRAMMES
Ph.D. PROGRAMMES
OPEN AND DISTANCE EDUCATION
ONLINE PROGRAMMES
Pre-School, Open School Board
Programms,Primary
Higher Secondary, Higher
Education
Community Education
Honorary
Degree/Diploma/Certificate &
Research Programs
Degree/Diploma/Certificate &
Research Programms

NIOS
Govt/NGO/Trust/Indust
ries/Schiools/Company
Govt/NGO/Community
Collaborations.

6.0 BUDGET & FEASIBILITY OF THE UNIVERSITY


6.1

Qualitative Feasibility

An academic approach, with emphasis on learning, relevance of fields of study and


flexibility (consistent with high academic standards) is the foundation of high
feasibility of this programme;

the enlightened

support of the people and

government of Bihar of excellence in education would also significantly


contribute to effective implementation

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The output of a number of excellent schools in Bihar provides a rich source of


entrants to the University. In addition ambitious young men from abroad and other
Indian States and the NRIs can also be considered as potential students.
6.2 FEES STRUCTURE
There has been considerable criticism -(sometimes justified) of self-financed higher
education that the system offers no opportunities for meritorious and poor
students. Taking into account such a criticism and the felt need to encourage (even
underprivileged) youth from Bihar to take advantage of the opportunities, the
following fee structure may be adopted.
The admission has to be strictly on merit, in all the categories.

TABLE II

Category

Description

Citizens of India (Including Bihar)

Percentage Of
Total Seats*
Tuition Fees
50

Underprivileged
Residents
of
Bihar
(SC/ST/OBC/Women/EWS), unambiguously
defined as those having passed 10 and 10 +2,
examinations from Bihar Government or
B
c
D

Government aided Schools.


Industry / Government Sponsored Indian
Students
Foreigners / NRI /Sponsored.

Standard
5%
Nil
10% 50% of the
Standard Fee
10% 75% oe

25

Standard Fee

15

Twice
the
Standard Fee.

10

Five times of the


Standard Fee.

* If any category the seats remain vacant university will have full rights to fill those
vacant seats form any category.

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6.3 Students strength (Projected) Table

lll

S.No.

Category

1 Yr

2 Yr

3 Yr

4 Yr

5 Yr

6 Yr

F.T./M.C.

1500

3000

4500

6000

7500

9000

F.T./O.C.

500

1000

1500

2000

2500

F.T./Abr

100

200

300

400

F.T./Coll

50

100

150

200

250

D.E./Ind

250

500

750

900

1150

1400

D.E./Abr

100

200

300

400

TOTAL

1750

4050

6550

8950

11450

13950

F.T.

FullTime

Coll : Collaboration

M.C. : Main Campus

Ind : India

O.C. : Other Campuses in India

D.E. : Distance Education

Abr. :

Abroad

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