Info About Education in India

     

    Central Universities In India

     
     
     

    Mahatma Gandhi Antarrashtriya Hindi Viswavidyalaya, Wardha.

    Mahatma Gandhi Antarrashtriya Hindi Vishwavidyalaya was set up during the year 1997 by an Act of Parliament with its headquarter at Wardha to promote and develop Hindi language and literature in general.

    The University started functioning as a camp office in a rented house at New Delhi. The University was shifted from its camp office to its headquarter at Wardha in December, 2003.

    The teaching activities of the University started with two courses in the academic session 2002-03. Presently the University is running five MA courses and two M.Phil courses. For further details may contact e.mail address  hindiunv@de12.vsnl.net.in

    Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University, Lucknow

    Established as a State University in 1994 at Lucknow, it was notified as a Central University on 10 th January 1996.  It aims to provide instructional and research facilities in new and frontier areas of learning. 

    It has 5 Schools comprising 8 Departments viz.

    (1) School of Ambedkar Studies,

    (2) School of Biosciences and Bio-technology,

    (3) School of Environmental Sciences,

    (4) School of Information Science and Technology,

    (5) School of Legal Studies. 

    Mizoram University

    The Mizoram University, with its headquaters at Aizawl, was established as a teching and affiliating university with effect from the 2 nd July, 2001.

    The academic activites of the University are presently carried out through its sixteen teaching departments and one constituent college. 

    The total number of students enrolled in these departments and the constituent college is 1,187 and the teaching and non-teaching staff during the year 2004-2005 was 124 and 234 respectively.

    Besides, the University has 28 affiliated colleges located in the State of Mizoram.  The number of students studying in these affiliated colleges is 5,579.

    Maulana Azad National Urdu University, Hyderabad

    The aim of Maulana Azad National Urdu University is to promote and develop Urdu language and to impart vocational and technical education in Urdu medium through conventional and distance education system. The University was

    established in 1997 by an Act of Parliament. Its Administrative head quarters has been set up at Hyderabad and has five Regional Centres at Delhi, Patna, Bangalore, Bhopal and Dharbhanga.

    The University has so far established 84 Study Centres spread over in 14 States of the Country.

     
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