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Profile of Panjab University

Mission of the University
“The University has been incorporated for the purpose, among others, of making provision for imparting education in Arts, Letters, Science and the learned professions and of furthering advancement of learning, the prosecution of original research, with power to appoint University Professors, Readers and Lecturers, to hold and manage educational endowments, to erect, equip and maintain University colleges, libraries, laboratories and museums, to making regulations relating to the residence and conduct of students and to do all such acts as tend to promote study and research”.

History and Present Infrastructure
Panjab University has a long tradition of pursuing excellence in teaching and research in science and technology, humanities, social sciences, performing arts and sports. The University supports excellence and innovation in academic programmes. Promotes excellence in research, scholarship and teaching and is committed to attracting and supporting the best students and recruiting faculty who excel at teaching and research. For more than a century, it has served various societal needs with distinction. The glorious traditions of the University established during the period of more than 129 years of its long service to the nation and since its inception in 1882 at Lahore (now in Pakistan), are a source of inspiration for the present generation of faculty members and students. By virtue of its age, experience, achievements and philosophy, the Panjab University is a University of national character and stature, in so far as it has drawn both its faculty and students from all over the country and abroad. Its faculty includes some of the most distinguished scientists and academicians in arts and humanities. The University continues to attract celebrated scholars from abroad to visit and interact with the faculty and students. Over the years the reputation of Panjab University has grown into one of innovative teaching research and community outreach.

After the partition in 1947, the University was constrained to function for almost a decade without having a campus of its own. The administrative office was located at Solan and the teaching departments functioned from Hoshiarpur, Jalandhar, Delhi and Amritsar. It was in 1956 that the University was relocated at Chandigarh. Its red sandstone campus, designed by renowned French architects, came up within a few years. Pierre Jeanerette designed the University campus under the general guidance of the legendary Le Corbusier. Till the re-organisation of Punjab in 1966, the University had its regional centers at Rohtak, Shimla, Jalandhar and its affiliated colleges were located in the states of Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and U.T. of Chandigarh.

With the re-organisation of Punjab, the University became an Inter-State Body Corporate catering to the newly organised states of Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab and U.T. of Chandigarh. Gradually, the colleges of Himachal and Haryana were affiliated to the universities in the respective states and the Panjab University was left with the affiliated colleges in U.T. of Chandigarh and some parts of Punjab. Presently, the U.T. administration of Chandigarh and the State Govt. of Punjab share the maintenance deficit of the University in the ratio of 60:40, respectively.

The annual budget estimates of the University amount to Rs. 347.28 crores for 2011-2012.

Panjab University, with its 65 teaching and research departments besides 15 centres/chairs for the teaching and research on the main campus located at Chandigarh, has more than 192 affiliated/constituent colleges spread over Punjab and Chandigarh, Regional Centres at Muktsar, Ludhiana, Hoshiarpur, Kauni. Vishveshawaranand Vishva Bandhu Institute of Sanskrit and Indological Studies (VVBIS&IS) at Hoshiarpur.

The Campus
The main campus at Chandigarh is spread over 550 acres in sectors 14 and 25, and having fairly well-marked zones: the teaching area in the north-east, with the Central Library, Fine Arts Museum, and three-winged structure of the Gandhi Bhawan forming its core; the sports complex, the health centre, and the shopping centre in the middle; 16 university hostel and residential area in the south-east, stretching into the adjacent sector 25 which also houses the newly developing University Institute of Engineering and Technology and Dr. Harvansh Singh Judge Institute of dental Sciences and Hospital, UIAMS, Institute of Biological sciences etc.

As a self sustaining township, the University campus has other amenities like the State bank of India, Post and Telegraph Office, public transport system, open air theatre, guest and faculty houses, seminar complexes, staff club, several spacious lawns, botanical and medicinal herbs gardens, a newly laid rose garden, a school and a day-care centre for the employees’ children. The campus is adjacent to the premier medical institution of the northern region known as the P.G.I. (Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research). The teaching departments, students’ hostels, faculty residences and other amenities are all within distance of one another.

Teaching Departments
The 65 departments, 15 centres/chairs on the campus and 4 Regional centers are grouped under the faculties of Arts, Science, languages, law, education and Fine Arts, Business management and Commerce, Engineering and Technology, Medical Sciences, and Pharmaceutical Sciences. Most departments have their own specialized libraries, and the working period runs for at least 180 days.

Constant in approach to make this Institution of higher learning a globally competitive leader, while discarding the obsolete and not so popular courses, the University introduced new courses during the last academic session, prominent among which include M.B.A. in U.I.A.M.S., B.E. (Chemical) with M.B.A., 3 P.G.’s Diploma in School of Communication Studies, M.A. in Disaster Management; master in remote Sensing, M.A. in Community Education & Development; B.Ed.-Special Education with Specialization in Learning Disability and B.Sc. (H.S.) & M.Sc.(H.S.) in Physics & Electronics.

Centres of Excellence
Recognizing the excellence in teaching and research, the University Grants Commission and more recently Department of Science and Technology, have recognized a large number of departments under various Programmes such as SAP/DRS, CAS and FIST, respectively. The departments covered under various UGC and DST programmes are:

CAS/SAP Anthropology, Chemistry, Geography, Geology, Mathematics, Physics, Sociology, U.I.P.S. and Zoology.
SAP/DRS Bio-Chemistry, Bio-Physics, Bio-Technology, Economics, Education, English, Microbiology, Statistics, U.B.S and U.I.C.E.T.
DSA Botany, Centre for Study of Social Exclusion & inclusive policy, Computer Science & Applications, Political Science and Rajiv Gandhi Chair.
FIST Anthropology, Biophysics, Bio-Technology, Chemistry, Physics, U.I.C.E.T. and U.I.P.S.
Promotion of Gandhian Studies Gandhian Studies
Assistance under Emerging Area Biotechnology and Environment & Vocational Studies

The University has been recognized by the UGC as the “University with Potential for Excellence in Bio-Medical Sciences” with facilities for Stem Cell Research and Drug Development.

The UGC has selected Panjab University for an academic collaboration with Oxford Brookes University as our chosen partner. Also HRD Ministry selected PU as a node to be connected to National Knowledge Commission (NKN) with high network bandwidth.

The University Computer Center has established Gigabit technology to provide high speed connectivity to various departments through National knowledge network (NKN) and National Mission of Education through information and Communication technology (MEICT) network. Almost all the Departments are connected through optical fibre. All Hostels have been made Wi-Fi and students can access internet free of cost with hardware fire-wall installed at Computer Centre with three wide area network links of 2X1Gbps, 75Mbps.

The Computer Centre has hosted network based computing softwares for Scientists and Social Scientists. A Computing Laboratory is available for Research Scholars to make computation. In addition, latest storage device, e-mail Server, Web Server have been hosted at Computer Centre.

In addition to the above the university has made significant progress in office automization. It has successfully deployed computerised Diary- despatch system, HR module and financial module. University has made online admissions for the year 2011-12 to B.Com first year in colleges, B.Sc. (H.S), B.A.LL.B and B.Ed (Punjab and Chandigarh) by developing its software.

Computer and Internet access and training to teachers and students:

The access to Internet and optimal use of Information Technology by all the faculty members and students has been initiated by providing more than 2000 nodes/internet connection points (excluding Wi-fi points) in various Departments and University Library. The University Library is connected through Inflibnet network with all Departments on the Campus which are availing the facility of online journals provided through UGC Inflibnet. The University has access to National Knowledge Network (NKN) of Govt. of India project through which University students and staff are interconnected through Internet with upto 1Gbps connectivity. All Departments and Hostels (with Wi-Fi) are connected to Computer Centre hosting Gigabit switch through fibre.

Computer Centre, Department of Computer Science and Applications has been offering short-term awareness Courses for the Faculty, Non Teaching Staff and Research Scholars free of cost from time to time. These courses have been very useful for encouraging the Faculty, Staff and Scholars to make an effective use of Computer Information Technology and other support services.

Further, the University has provided Computer Systems to most of the Teaching Departments with appropriate configuration for their use in Research/Administration as well as for training of students along with Internet facility. Most of the Departments in Science and Arts Blocks have the Internet connection in all the laboratories class rooms, and the rooms of the faculty members.

The University is having its own Website to host date sheets, results, examination forms, etc. on the University Website for the convenience of students/public.

The University provides network based facility for computing including software support like SPSS, Mathematica, Antivirus etc.

The University also has a DST supported Regional Sophisticated Instrumentation Centre along with Central Instrumentation Laboratory (CIL) and University Science Instrumentation Centre (USIC) to serve the scientific community on the campus and in the region. The Centre for Industry Institute Partnership Programme (CIIPP) has been active in promoting formal and effective academic-industry interface.

The University has a coaching centre for training for IAS examination and allied services as well as other competitive examinations. The University has developed its own local area network in the campus. Having been identified by the DST as one of the six centres in the country, the University has set up super-computing facilities to meet the needs of the laboratories and industry in the northwest India.

The Energy Research Centre was established in 1983 at Panjab University to promote R&D and Extension activities in the emerging field of Renewable Energy. It has emerged as a major focal point of R&D and extension on energy and environment at national and international level. Pioneering work in the area of solar thermal energy Storage, Solar Detoxification, Biomethanation of agricultural/industrial/forest wastes, Biomass combustion and gasification, Indoor Air Quality, Energy and Environmental Conservation & Management and Hydrodynamics of Polymeric Solutions is being carried out at the Centre. The Energy Research Centre has professional contacts with a number of reputed International Institutes such as University of Florida, USA, University of Cincinnati, USA, SRI International USA, and Lakehead University Canada etc. A number of students from developing and developed countries have undergone training in the area of energy and environment at the Centre. The Centre has also helped the states of Haryana, Punjab and Himachal Pradesh, U.T. Chandigarh, J&K State, and the North Eastern states in solving problems associated with energy planning & management and Environmental protection.

The University was also chosen for participating in the project, International Collaboration for Research for elementary particles and the large Hodron Collider (LHC) CERN, Geneva CMS Experiment with a Government of India grant of Rs. 2.49 Crores. A large number of faculty members were sanctioned Major Research Projects by the UGC and other agencies. The university takes all necessary steps to achieve close working relationship with other universities in order to cooperate on exchange programmes.

The University has an International Exchange Programme with Sweden under the auspices of European Law Students’ Association (ELSA), an Exchange Programme with the British Council in the field of Public Administration. The University also has International Exchange Programme with the universities of Manitoba and Kyrghyzstan as well as Simon Fraser University, Canada. The university has the office of the Dean of International Students which looks after the academic affairs of overseas students from over 15 countries. The Dean’s office is in constant touch with educational organizations around the world to identify suitable students for various courses taught at the University. Working directly with the Regional Director of ICCR, the Dean helps to facilitate the admission of foreign students. Cross-cultural experience provides opportunities to lay the ground work for regional cooperation.

The University received a substantial donation of Rs. 1.75 crores for the construction of Aruna Ranjit Chandra Hall from Dr. R Chandra, an alumnus of the University. The university has started Dr. H S Judge Institute of Dental Studies at its south campus in Sector 25. A 100-bed hospital as a part of the institute for medical research is being built in sector 25. Dr. Harvansh Singh Judge and Mr. Pawan Bansal, MP (Lok Sabha) provided grants worth crores of rupees. The first batch of BDS students was admitted in the session of 2006-07.

The University has been doing its best to restructure its existing courses, start new courses, undertake research projects and initiate new policies to meet the new challenges emerging from rapidly changing technological, socio-economic and education environment. The University hopes to generate an academically vibrant environment through inter-disciplinary lectures/seminars, which will go a long way in giving an impetus to major structural changes in the courses taught at the University as well as promoting an active participation in the cultural pattern of our society. The University has introduced many new courses in emerging areas and vocational studies during the last few years. These include courses such as M.Tech. in Microelectronics, Nano Technology and Nano Science, Master’s in Business Economics, Master’s in E-Commerce, Honours School in Computer Science on the Campus and B.B.A. and B.C.A. in the affiliated colleges. The UGC has given a grant of Rs. 1 crore to start academic programmes and research activities in Genomic Studies and M.Sc. (Human Genomics) has been started from the academic year 2002.

The University has set up the University Institute of Engineering and Technology (UIET) from the academic session 2002-2003, University Institute of Legal Studies from 2004-05, Swami Sarvanand Giri PU regional Centre at Hoshiarpur for Engineering courses from the session 2006-07.

The University has recently set up Centre for Emerging Areas in Science and Technology and has started from the academic session 2007-2008, M.Sc. in System Biology & Bio-informatics, Medical Physics, Nuclear Medicine, M.Tech. in Nano Science and Nanotechnology, M.A. in Public Health and MBA in Biotechnology.

In keeping with the societal needs, the University has also set up Centre for Emerging Areas in Social Sciences, which has introduced Masters’ level courses in Police Administration, Social Work and Human Rights & Duties.

Centre for the Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy has been set-up with the support of UGC where the focus of research and teaching would be on inclusive growth.

To offer management programmes in sectoral areas and streams so as to fulfill industry needs and requirements for specialized managerial skills, in the year 2008-09 the university has started University Institute of Applied Managements Sciences (UIAMS). The institute is offering MBA programmes in sectoral areas.

Information Bureau: The University Employment Information & Guidance Bureau provides employment information and advice to University alumni. There is also a unit of Information and Advisory Bureau that guides students in regard to their studies abroad.

Halls of Residence: The Panjab University offers 8 hostels for about 2,900 men students and eight women’s hostels accommodating about 2850 students. Besides this there exists one working women’s hostel with capacity of about 74 persons.

Health Services: The University has on the campus a Bhai Ghanayia ji health centre. It has four full time Medical Officers comprising of General Practitioner, a medical specialist, a surgeon, and an Ayurvedic Physician. Besides these, there are four part time specialists in the areas of Gynecology, Pediatrics’, Ophthalmology and Radiology & three part time General Practitioners. It provides facilities like suuply of medicines, Ambulance, X-rays, ECG, Yoga. In addition to it MOU exists with Mukat and Indus hospitals in the city.

Sports: The University has playgrounds, a gymnasium and a swimming pool of high standard for its sports activities. The University has been awarded Maulana Abul Kalam Azad (MAKA) trophy for the year 2004-05.

Details of courses being offered on the University Campus/Regional Centers:

Ph.D Courses:

Faculty Name of Subject
Faculty of Arts Ancient Indian History, Culture & Archaeology, Economics, Geography, History, Human Rights & Duties, Library & Information science, Political Science, Police Administration, Philosophy, Psychology, Public Administration and Journalism & Mass Communication.
Faculty of Business Management & Commerce SPECIALIZATIONS
Group A : Economic Analysis for Corporate Planning. Industrial Structure and Economic Development.
Group B : Labour Economics & Industrial Relations. Organisational Dynamics-I.
Group C : International Business Management. Marketing and Transport Management.
Group E : Frontiers of Corporate Finance Development In Accounting.
Faculty of Design and Fine Arts Indian Theatre and Music
Faculty of Languages English, French, Hindi, Punjabi, Russian, Sanskrit and Urdu.
Faculty of Law Laws
Faculty of Science Anthropology, Botany, Biochemistry, Biophysics, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Environmental Science, Forensic Science & Criminology, Geology, Human Genome Studies & Research, Mathematics (Engineering), Microbiology, Microbial Biotechnology, Petroleum Geology, Physics, Statistics and Zoology.
Faculty of Engineering BRANCHES
Biotechnology, Computer Science & Engineering, Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Electronics & Communication Engineering, Engineering & Technology (Chemical/Mechanical Engineering or equivalent), Information & Technology and Mechanical Engineering
In case of enrolment of Ph.D. in the following subjects/Departments/Chairs, Subject(s) of Test will be as indicated
(i) Dayanand & Vedic Studies
(ii) Swami Vivekanand Studies
(iii) Guru Nanak Sikh Studies
(iv) Sri Guru Granth Sahib Studies (SGGS)
any subject from the Faculty of Arts/Languages
IMPORTANT NOTE : These seats will be subject to reservation as per Panjab University Rules and Regulations.

Post-Graduate, Graduate and Diploma Courses:

M.Phil AIHCA, Botany, Defence & National Security Studies, Economics, English, Gandhian Studies, Geography, History, Music, Philosophy, Physics, Physical Education, Police Administration(CEAS.Sc.), Political Science, Public Administration, Punjabi, Punjabi PURC MKT, Sanskrit, Statistics, Sociology and Zoology,
B.E. Chemical, Food Technology, Biotechnology, Electronics & Communication Engg., Information Technology, Computer Science & Engg., Mechanical Engg., Electrical Engg., BE with MBA (integrated course)
M.Tech/ME Instrumentation, Microelectronics, Nanoscience & Nanotechnology, Polymer (Full time + Part time), Chemical, Electronic and Communication Engg.
Other Professional undergraduate and postgraduate courses BDS, LL.B., LL.M., B.Ed (4 yr. integrated); Regional Centres Ludhiana and Mukstar: LL.B., M.B.A., MCA; B.Phama, M.Pharma, M.Lib. & Information Science, M.A. Physical Education, M.B.A. (Executive), M.B.A. (Bio-technology), M.B.A. (Retail Management), M.B.A. (Telecommunication and IT), M.B.A. (Infrastructural Management), M.B.A.(Pharm. Mgt.), M.B.A. (Hospital Administration), B.E. (Chemical) with MBA -5 yr Integrated Course, M.Pharm. in Drug Discovery & Drug Development M.Pharm. in Pharmaceutical Analysis & Quality Assurance
B.Sc.,M.Sc. (Hons. School) Biochemistry, Botany, Chemistry, Computer Science & Applications, Microbiology and Zoology, Anthropology, Biophysics, Biotechnology, Geology, Mathematics, Physics, 5 yr Integrated B.Sc. & M.Sc. in Fashion & Life Style, Physics and Electronics
Master’s Courses (M.Sc and M.A.) Biotechnology, Human Genomics, Environment Science, Mathematics, Statistics, Ancient Indian History, Culture & Archaeology, Defence and National Security Studies, Economics, Education, French, Geography, German, Hindi, History, Punjabi, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Public Administration, Sociology, Urdu, M.Ed., M.Ed. (Guidance and Counselling), M.Ed. (Educational Technology). M.A. English, Gandhian and Peace Studies, History of Art, Indian Theatre, Music (Instrumental + Vocal), Sanskrit. Mass Communication and Journalism (2 yr. course). M.Com. (E-commerce), Solid Waste Management, System Biology & Bioinformatics, Medical Physics, Nuclear Medicine, Public Health, Police Administration, Social Work, Human Rights & Duties. Stem-Cell and Tissue Engineering(H.S.),Microbial Biotechnology, Remote Sensing & GIS Master in Disaster Management, Physics and Electronics, Tourism & Management, Petroleum geology.
Certificate Courses Chinese, French, Functional Punjabi, German, Persian, Russian, Tibetan, Urdu. Certificate in Art Appreciation
Diploma Courses Chinese, French, Functional Punjabi, German, Persian, Russian, Tibetan, Urdu. Diploma in Heritage Tourism
Advanced Diploma Chinese, French, German, Proficiency in Interpretership for Tibetan, Persian, Russian and Urdu.
Postgraduate Diploma Courses Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems. Regional Centre Ludhiana: Postgraduate Diploma in Export Management, International Business, Entrepreneurship Management, NRI Entrepreneurship Management,Disaster Management & Security,Hindi Journalism,Punjabi Journalism, Advertising & Public Relations,Executive Course in Disaster Management & Security(3 months)
Department of Evening Studies B.A., B.Com., M.A. English, Economics, History and Political Science, Punjabi
Post-M.Sc. Courses Post-M.Sc. Course in Accelerator Physics (Physics Department)

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Distance Education
The present study programmes consist of the following courses: Bachelor of Arts (Three Year Integrated Course), Bachelor of Commerce (Three Year Course), and Bachelor of Library & Information Science (One Year Course).

Master of Arts (annual system) in English, Hindi, Punjabi, Economics, History, Political Science, Public Administration, Sociology.

Master of Commerce (Two Year Course, Annual System), Master of Finance & Control (MFC) (Two Year Course). Master of Education (M.Ed.) (For in-service teachers) (Two year Course).

Diploma in (i) Post Graduate Diploma in Health, Family Welfare and Population Education (ii) Diploma in Statistics, (iii) One Year Post-Graduate Diploma in Mass Communication (iv) Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Applications, Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.), Certificate Course in Vivekananda Studies.

In order to shape up and get ready for the future, the University in the year 2008-09 has launched Off-Campus Management Programmes in the University Institute of Applied Management Sciences to offer innovative market driven programmes

Over the years there has been a steady progressive improvement in various areas of teaching and research and Panjab University has been playing a leading role in the academic life of our society and has been one of India’s premier universities. The level of participation we expect and the assignment we set reflect the high standard of the University. Its growth and development can be traced from its notable beginnings to today’s eminence and tomorrow’s aspirations. The University history and its distinctive qualities in areas of teaching and supervision indicate in more ways than one the contribution it has made to the intellectual life of generations of students both from India and abroad.

The university has introduced the following new job-oriented courses with effect from the session 2009-2010:

Name of the Department & Location Course Duration
Geology M.Sc. ( H.S.) Petroleum Geology (15 ) 2 years
Adult Education ( Old DCC Building ) Diploma in Preschool Education (15 ) 1 year.
Defence Studies ( Arts Block No. III) P.G. Diploma in Homeland Security (10+15 Serving personal ) 1 year
CEASS ( Old UIET Building ) M.Phil. in Police Administration (6+4 for in .service Police Personnel) 1 year.
UIHMT B.Sc. in Hospitality & Hotel Administration (60)
B.Sc. in Tourism Management (30 )
3 years
Education (Arts B I.II) P.G.Dip. in Research Methodology & Stats 1 year
  • Research Culture promoted
    • Provided a grant of Rs. 20,000/- to every newly appointed Lecturer interested in research project.
    • Created new post of Dean (Research)
    • Signed MoU with the Post-Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, CSIO, IMTECH, University of Western Australia, University of Salzburg, Austria. Oxford Brookes University, ONGC
  • The Department of Science & Technology, Govt. of Inida, has selected our University for the PURSE (Promotion of University Research and Scientific Excellence) award which includes a grant of Rs. 10 crore per annum for three years.
  • College-University interaction improved.
  • Centralized air conditioning created for the teachers doing spot evaluation.
  • Herbal garden, Rose Garden and Recreation Meadow Park set up.
  • Special facilities to meet enquiry demands/guidance for the students created:
    • Single Window facility and help desk at the enquiry.
    • Wi-fi connectivity and Photostat facility in all the hostels
    • On line payment of examination fee (in process)
    • Close circuit cameras at strategic locations
  • Health Services upgraded
    • Well-equipped diagnostic Centre set up in south campus in Sector 25.
    • Modern Immunisation Centre being set up.
  • Concern for security and respect for women as per our ancient culture
    • Security system on the campus revamped through reputed agency.
    • Half hourly night bus service between central library and women hostel introduced.
  • Reservation provided for single girl child in all courses of university including professional courses.
  • Reservation provided for cancer/ AIDS/ Thalassemia affected patient in all courses of university including professional courses.
  • Free education to completely blind and orphan students.

 


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