ACHIEVEMENTS

 

MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION, HARYANA

 

Tremendous expansion has taken place in the field of Higher Education both in terms of quality and quantity in the last few years. The budget provisions of Rs. 1237.78 crores have been made for the year 2014-15.

 

Some of the major achievements of the Higher Education department are:-

A.     HIGHER EDUCATION HARYANA-AT A GLANCE        ( Annexure-A)

i. Setting of Rajiv Gandhi Education City                                (Annexure-B)

ii. Haryana State Higher Education Council has been constituted

                   (Annexure-C)

iii. Enactment of Dr. B.R Ambedkar Law University, Haryana Act 2012

                   (Annexure-C1)

iv Ch. Bansi Lal University, Bhiwani-    Estt. in 2014

v. Ch. Ranbir Singh University, Jind                                       (Annexure-C2)

vi. Indira Gandhi University, Meerpur- Estt. in 2013

vii. Enactment of “The Haryana Prohibition of Ragging in Educational Institutions Act, 2012                                                                    (Annexure-D)

B.        

 i.    Opening of 18 Private Universities in the State                   (Annexure-E)

ii.  Opening of 45 new Govt. Colleges                                       (Annexure-F)

iii.  Introduction of Semester System of Examination in all under graduate courses.

iv.  Successful Online admission in all Govt. colleges      ( Annexure- F1)

  v.  32 Govt. Colleges identified and are being developed as Centre of Excellence                                                                (Annexure-G)

vi.  Compulsory Computer Education in 95 Govt. Colleges.     (Annexure-H)

vii.  Setting up of 52 language labs.                                          (Annexure-I)

viii.  Students oriented schemes                                                 ( Annexure-J)

ix.  Sports policy                                                                        (Annexure-K)

  x.  Cultural policy                                                                    (Annexure-L)

xi.  New raisings of NCC and increase in refreshment allowance(Annexure- M)

xii.  Scholarships schemes                                                       ( Annexure- N)

xiii.  Setting up of 32 Smart class rooms in Govt. Colleges.

xiv.  Introduction of 22 job oriented courses in Govt. Colleges.

xv.  Number of seats in Science and Commerce Streams increased.

xvi.  Up gradation of Public Libraries

xvii.  Four Govt. Aided Private Colleges were identified as Centres for Potential Excellence by UGC.

xviii.  04 State Government sponsored Placement Fairs were organised for the first time in the history of state at four Divisional level Govt. colleges since 2010.

C.

xix.Class-I Status to Govt. College Lecturers.

xx.Revision of Pay Scales of University and College Teachers as per  the recommendations of MHRD, Govt. of India.

xxi.Re-designation of the lecturers as Assistant Professors, Associate  Professors and Professors.

xxii.Entry level qualifications for lecturers amended to rope in good  academic faculty.

xxiii.Selection criteria implemented for the selection of College Lecturers   and Principals of aided colleges.

xxiv.Requisition for filling up 1396 posts of lecturers in Govt. colleges was   sent to HPSC.

xxv.Implementation of Schemes for Quality Improvement and Human Resource Development.

xxvi.Principals of Govt. Colleges were permitted to undertake repair works/   constructions amounting up to Rs.20.00 lacs.

xxvii.   D.  Budget at a Glance                                                                                                                                                                   (Annexure-O)

 

 

Annexure-A

HIGHER EDUCATION HARYANA- AT A GLANCE

 

 

A.  No. of Universities:- 27

 Central University =01

 State Universities =08

Post Graduate Regional Centre’s=02

 Private Universities =18

 

B.  No. of colleges:- 723

A. GOVT. COLLEGES = 105

B. GOVT. AIDED PRIVATE COLLEGES = 97

C. SELF FINANCING DEGREE COLLEGES = 52

D. SELF FINANCING B.Ed. COLLEGES = 456

E. SELF FINANCING LAW COLLEGES =12

F. SELF FINANCING SPORTS COLLEGES =01

 

 

 

HIGHER  EDUCATION AT A GLANCE

HIGHER EDUCATION, HARYANA – A PROFILE

A.           POSITION REGARDING UNIVERSITIES

Year of Inception

1.

Central University, Jant Pali, Mahendergarh

Central University

2009

2.

Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra.

State University

1956

3.

Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak

State University

1976

4.

Chaudhary Devi Lal University, Sirsa

State University

2003

5.

Bhagat Phool Singh Mahila Vishwavidyalaya, Khanpur Kalan, Sonepat

State University

 

2006

6

National Law University, Sonipat

State University

Act passed in 2012

7.

Ch. Ranbir Singh Hooda University, Jind,

State University

2014

8

Ch. Bansi Lal University, Bhiwani

State University

2014

9

Indira Gandhi University, Meerpur

State University

2013

       

10.**

O.P. Jindal Global University, Sonepat

Private University

2009

11.**

ITM University, Gurgaon

Private University

2010

12.**

APEEJAY Stya university, Gurgaon

Private University

2010

13.**

AMITY University, Manesar, Gurgaon

Private University

2010

14.**

Maharishi Markandeshwar University, Sadopur, Ambala, Haryana

Private University

2010

15** 

NIILM University, Kaithal

Private University

2011

16**

Baba Mast Nath University,Rohtak

Private University

2012

17**

MVN University, Palwal

Private University

2012

18**

Ansal University,Gurgaon

Private University

2012

19**

Sh Guru Gobind Singh Tricentenary University, Gurgaon

Private University

2013

20**

Jagan Nath University, Bahadurgarh

Private University

2013

21**

G.D. Goenka University, Sohna Road, Gurgaon

Private University

2013

22**

K.R. Managlam University, Sohna Road, Gurgaon

Private University

2013

23**

SRM University, Sonepat

Private University

2013

24**

Ashoka University Sonepat, ,

Private University

2014

 

25**

Alfalah University Faridabad

Private University

2014


26**

BML Munjal University Gurgaon

Private University

2014

 

27**

Manav Rachna University, Faridabad

Private University

2014

       
       
       
       

28.#

Lingaya’s University

Nachauli, Old Faridabad, Jasana Road

Faridabad, Haryana.

Deemed University

2009

29#

M.M.University, Mullana

Deemed University

2011

30#

Manav Rachna University

Deemed University

2008

B. Other Universities

 

1.

Ch. Charan Singh Haryana Agriculture University, Hisar, Haryana

State University

1970

2.

Deenbandhu Chhotu Ram University of Science and Technology, Murthal, Haryana

State University

2006

3.

Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology (GJUST), Hisar, Haryana

State University

1995

4.

Indian National Defence University, Gurgaon, Haryana

Deemed University

Central Cabinet approved in 2010

5.

National Brain Research Centre, Nainwal, Haryana

Deemed University

2002

6.

National Dairy Research Institute, Karnal, Haryana

Deemed University

1955

7.

National Institute of Technology (NIT Kurukshetra) Deemed University, Kurukshetra, Haryana

Deemed University

2002

8.

Pt. B.D. Sharma University of Health Sciences (BDSUHS), Rohtak, Haryana

State University

2008

9.

YMCA University of Science and Technology, Faridabad, Haryana

State University

2010

10

Lala Lajapt Rai Vetneinary University, Hisar

State University

2011

11

Nationa Institute of Food Technology, Entrepreneurship and Management( NIFTEM) Sonipat

Deemed University

2012

12

IIM University, Rohtak

Deemed University

2011

13

State University of Arts &  Fine Arts , Rohtak

State University

2014

** Private University established under Haryana Private Universities, Act, 2006.

# Demmeed University established under UGC Act.

Total =43 Universities

 

 

Annexure-B

Rajiv Gandhi Education City:-

 

The Government of Haryana has decided to set up Rajiv Gandhi Education City at Kundli (Sonepat), Which would act as a HUB for higher learning and centre for a research in cutting edge technologies such as nanotechnology, biotechnology and genetics etc. RGEC will provide quality education in the state and also attract reputed domestic and international institutions for higher learning and expert academicians in various disciplines. In RGEC 25% of total seats would be reserved for the students of Haryana.  Education city is being design on the strength of five pillars: - people, research, trades-technology, transition and globalization, where peoples are the source of human capital.

             The development works in RGEC are in full swing. The work of providing water supply lines, sewerage system, development of roads and storm water disposal system including construction of boundary wall around RGEC is expected to be completed shortly. RGEC envisages development works of approximately 11 thousand million rupees out of which work worth 280 million rupee stands commenced. Haryana Urban Development Authority has invited expression of interest for setting up world class universities and educational institutions in RGEC and received 31 proposals to setup educational institutions in different disciplines out of which 11 reputed private Institutions have been allotted plots to set up educational Institutional in RGEC. Foundation stones for 10 educational institutions have been laid. One Private university has already been established in the city and the construction work of National Law University has begun.

 

Annexure-C

Constitution of Haryana State Higher Education Council:

 

The State Higher Education Council, Haryana is an apex advisory body which was constituted dated 07th  October 2010 to take policy decisions for the improvements in the system of Higher education, to provide access to higher education to all segments of society, to oversee its development with perspective planning, to keep a watch on the standards, to promote academic excellence by providing academic input for policy formulation and, to guide the growth of higher education in accordance with the socio-economic requirements of the state. The second meeting of the council was held on 25.5.2013 under the Chairmanship of Hon’ble Chief Minister, Haryana.

 

 

National Law University         (Annexure-C1)

 

    The State Government has decided to establish National Law University at Sonipat which will be a State funded University and will be raised with Government grant of Rs. 100-110 crores. It is the aim of the State Government to produce legal professionals who are resourcefully competent, technically sound and socially relevant. This University will be developed as a Centre of Excellence with objectives to organize advanced studies and research in all branches of law. The drawings have been approved and the construction work of the university has begun.

 

 

                                                                (Annexure-C2)

A.  Ch. Ranbir Singh Hooda University, Jind

 

Admissions for the session 2014-15 started and an amount of Rs. 50 .00 crores has been sanctioned for the current financial year. The university has started functioning from the building of PGRC Jind. It has been decided that all the Colleges of Education will be affiliated with the university.

 

B.  Ch. Bansi Lal University, Bhiwani

Admissions for the session 2014-15 started and an amount of Rs. 50 .00 crores has been sanctioned for the current financial year. The university has started functioning from the building of College of Education, Bhiwani

 

 

 

Annexure-D

“THE HARYANA PROHIBITION OF RAGGING IN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION ACT, 2012”

 

        Ragging is a social menace which has devastating psychological and physical effect on a student. Ragging adversely impacts the standards of higher education. Some States have already enacted laws for prevention of ragging in the schools, colleges, universities and professional institutions. Therefore, to make the schools, colleges, universities and the professional institutions free from social injustice, mental, physical and other kinds of harassment in the form of ragging, it has been decided to make a law to provide for prohibiting ragging in the said educational institutions.

FurtherHon’ble Supreme Court has also passed a judgment in Uuniversity of Kerala v/s Council, Principals, Colleges, Kerala & others where it has been directed that the State governments shall take adequate measures for prevention and prohibition of ragging.

To prevent and prohibit the menace of ragging in the educational institutions “THE HARYANA PROHIBITION OF RAGGING IN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION ACT, 2012 was enacted.

Some of the important provisions under the Act are:

·        Ragging of a student is prohibited in all the educational institutions. All the students will be required to submit an affidavit at the time of admission to refrain from ragging.

·        The Head of school, college, university will be overall responsible to stop and prevent ragging.

·        There will be one or more Anti Ragging Committee(s) in all educational institutions to oversee compliance of ordinance.

·        An act of ragging will attract mandatory suspension for a period of at least two semesters or one annual academic year besides other punishment(s).

·        F.I.R shall be lodged in case ragging constitutes as a criminal offence under I.P.C.

·        The Head is likely to be imprisoned up to 6 months if found guilty of contravention of the Ordinance.

·        The academic institution may attract fine of Rs. 2 lacs in case of College/School and Rs. 5 lacs in case of university if they fail to comply with Government orders.

 

 

 

Annexure- E

 

Establishment of Private Universities

Under The Haryana Private Universities Act, 2006, 18 Private Universities have been set up in the State. The details are us under:-

 

Sr. No.

Name of the Private University

Date of Inception

1.  

 O.P Jindal University, Sonipat

23.3.2009

2.  

 ITM University, Sector-23 Gurgaon.

21-10-2010

3.  

 AMITY University Village Gwalior, Panchgaon, Manesar, Gurgaon

12-07-2010

4.  

ApeejaySatyaUniversity,VillageSilani, Sohna, Gurgaon

12-07-2010

5.  

Maharishi Markendashwar University, Sadopur, Ambala

29.10.2010

6.  

Nillm University, Kaithal

27.09.2011

7.  

Ansal University, Gurgaon

10.02.2012

8.  

 Baba Mast Nath University, Rohtak

10.02.2012

9.  

M.V.N, Palwal

10.02.2012

10.              

Shri Guru Gobind Singh Tricentenary University, Gurgaon

February, 2013

11.              

G.D Goenka University, Gurgaon

February, 2013

12.              

K.R Mangalam, University, Gurgaon

February, 2013

13.              

S.R.M, University, Sonipat

February, 2013

14.              

Jagganath University, Bahadurgarh

February, 2013

15.              

Ashoka University Sonepat, ,

02.05.2014

16.              

Alfalah University Faridabad

02.05.2014

17.              

BML Munjal University Gurgaon

02.05.2014

18.              

Manav Rachna University, Faridabad

2014

 

 

 

Annexure-F

Opening of New Govt. Colleges (2005-2013):-

 

 

2005-06

Sr.No.

Name of College

1.

Govt. College for Women, Bhiwani.

2.

Govt. College, Sector-9, Gurgaon.

3.

Govt. College, Matak Majri

 

2006-07

1.

Govt. College, Saha.

2.

Govt. College for Women, Jind.

 

2007-08

1.

Govt. College, Kaithal.

2.

Govt. College, Birohar.

3.

Govt. College, MandiDabwali.

4.

Govt. College, Julana.

5.

Govt. College for Women, Panchkula.

6.

Govt. College for Women, Tosham.

7.

Girls Wing in Govt. College, Sirsa

 

2008-09

1.

Govt. College for Women, Rewari.

2.

Govt. College, Panipat.

3.

Govt. College, Chhachhrauli.

4.

Govt. College, Barwala (Hisar).

5.

Govt. College for Women, LakhanMajra.

 

2010-11

1.

Govt. College, Bapoli.

2.

Govt. College, Ellanabad.

3.

Govt. College, Gurawara.

 

2011-12

1.

Govt. College for Women, Safidon

2.

Govt. College, Kharkara.

 

2012-13

1.

Govt. College for women Ratia

2.

Govt. College for women Salaheri

3.

Govt. College for women Ambala

4.

Govt. College, Bawanikhera

5.

Govt. College, Palwal

6.

Govt. College, Kosli

7.

Govt. College, Bahu

8.

Govt. College, Charra

 

2013-14

1.

Govt. College Sampala

2.

Govt. College Jassia

3.

Govt. College Bheraian, Pehowa

4.

Govt. College, Satnali

5.

Govt. College, Kharkoda

6.

Govt. College, Behl

7.

Govt. College, Narnaund

   

 

 

2014-15

1

Govt. College for Women Badhara

2

Govt. College for Women Jassur Kheri

3

Govt. College Matanhail

4

Govt. College Assandh

5

Govt. College for Women Nangal Chaudhary

6

Govt. College Madlauda

7

Govt. College for Women Pali

8

Govt. College Mokhara

9

Govt. College, Kanina ( Taken over)

10

Govt. College for Girls, Bahadurgarh

 

 

 

Annexure-F1

 

 

Successful implementation of “On-line admission” process in 104 Govt. colleges of the state

 

 

It was decided by the department and as well as with the consent of all the Principals in the Principals conferences on 06.05.2014 & 08.05.2014 that for all the Govt. colleges of Haryana state that the admission’s to the students in all the courses and classes in Government colleges in Haryana will be only on the On line mode so that a complete data base of all the students shall be available on the click of mouse to the Principals and at the headquarter too.

The process was started w.e.f 15th June,2014 for all the Govt. colleges. as many as more than 4.3 lacs applications were received on line for admissions in all the 104 Govt. colleges till 15th September, 2014.

 

 

Annexure-G

Colleges of Centers of Excellence

 

To bridge the gap as exist in the finish of a student at the time of completion of his college education and the expectation of any perspective employer to draft him in as a young professional, it has been decided by the Haryana Govt. to promote 32 Govt. Colleges as Centre of Excellence.

The following actions are proposed to be taken:

1.     Academic Inputs:

Ø All 3 streams i.e. Science, Commerce and Humanities shall be taught and all possible combinations in Arts shall be offered.

Ø Minimum 1 teacher in each subject shall be made available and requirement of teachers shall be met as per workload;

Ø Job Oriented courses like Bachelor in Journalism and Mass Communication; BBA; Bachelor in Tourism Management; B.Lib; PGDCA; BCA; Bio-technology; Industrial Microbiology; shall be offered;

Ø Computer education as an Add-on course shall be offered;

Ø Soft skills courses in English language shall be offered for improving communication skills and Personality Development;

Ø Education facility through Satellite;

Ø Library Advisory Committee to be constituted with an aim of improving library excellence;

Ø Constitution of QAC; (Quality Assurance Cell) to review and monitor the quality parameters;

2.     Infrastructure Inputs:

Ø Well equipped Staff room;

Ø Rooms and Labs as per need based demand by the Principals shall be constructed; the labs shall be fully equipped and room duly furnished;

Ø Common Room for students with toilet facilities;

Ø Edusat room; English Language lab; E-Libraries; Auditorium cum Multi-purpose Hall shall be constructed;

Ø Canteen for Staff and students;

Ø Hostel facilities shall be provided wherever necessary; .Guest House facilities in colleges with hostels;

3.     Extra Curricular Activities:

Societies and Clubs:

Subject wise societies like Science Society; Social Science Societies; Cultural Club; Literary club; Alumni Association; Hobby & Debate Club shall be in position to develop the overall personality of the students;

i)       Women Cells:

ii)     Grievance Cell;

iii)    Parent-Teacher Cell;

iv)    Placement Cells;

v)     N.S.S. & N.C.C. activities to be promoted;

vi)    Sports club; Sports activities to be intensely promoted encouraging students to participate at College level and  represent at University, State and National level;

vii)   Gymnasium & Track facilities to promote physical fitness;

viii)  Each college to have its web-site and internet facilities for faculty and students;

ix)    Beautification committee for the upkeep of the college;

At present each of these 32 colleges have Smart Class rooms; Language labs; two computer labs; digital notice boards; Photostat machines for the students in libraries and most of these have a multipurpose hall.

List of Govt. Colleges : Centers of Excellence

 

Sr.No.

Name of the College

Affiliating University

1.

Govt. College, Ambala Cantt.

KUK

2.

Govt. College, Bahadurgarh

MDU, Rohtak

3.

Govt. College, Bhiwani

MDU, Rohtak

4.

Govt. College for Women, Bhiwani

MDU, Rohtak

5

Govt. College, Faridabad

MDU, Rohtak

6

DGC, Gurgaon

MDU, Rohtak

7

Govt. College, Sector-14, Gurgaon

MDU, Rohtak

8

Govt. College, Hansi

KUK

9

Govt. College, Hisar

KUK

10

Govt. College, Jhajjar

MDU, Rohtak

11

Govt. College, Jind

KUK

12

Govt. College for Women, Jind

KUK

13

Govt. College, Karnal

KUK

14

Govt. College for Women, Karnal

KUK

15

Govt. College, Kalka

KUK

16

Govt. College, Mahendergarh

MDU, Rohtak

17

Govt. College, Narnaul

MDU, Rohtak

18

Govt. College for Women, Narnaul

MDU, Rohtak

19

Govt. College, Narwana

KUK

20

Govt. College, Panchkula

KUK

21

Govt. College, Rohtak

MDU, Rohtak

22

Govt. College for Women, Rohtak

MDU, Rohtak

23

Govt. College, Sirsa

CDLU

24

Govt. College, Tohana

KUK

25

Govt. College, Tauru

MDU, Rohtak

26

Govt. College for Girls Panchkula

KUK

27

Govt. College for WomenFaridabad

MDU

28

Govt. College for Girls Mohindergarh

MDU

29

Govt. College for Girls Hisar

KUK

30

Govt. College Sec-9 Gurgaon

MDU

31

Govt. College Kaithal

KUK

32

Govt. College for Girls, Rewari

MDU

 

 

Annexure-H

 

Compulsory Computer Education

    With the changing scenario in Higher Education, world wide when basic computer education/awareness has become a pre requisite for obtaining  employment in most of the sectors, it is felt that basic computer education programme needs to be initiated in all the Govt. Colleges where all the students can have the opportunities to learn the basics of IT education and be enabled with sufficient IT skills to obtain basic level employment in the booming IT sector on completion of their college education.

    95 Govt. Colleges have already established computer labs. Each college has 50 computer sysrems, networking , broad band connections, equipment’s, accessories and furniture. In 07 new Govt. Colleges computer labs have also been established each with 25 computer systems, networking,equipment’s, accessories and furniture.

    Basic level compulsory computer education may be introduced (Level I & Level II) alongwith B.A./B.Sc./B.Com Ist and IInd semester. However, if a student fails to clear any of the level he/she may be given opportunity to clear it alongwith 2nd year. After passing each level respective certificate will be granted to the students by the university. This certificate will be in addition to their B.A./B.Sc.,/B.Com. degree.

 

Annexure - I

 

English Language Labs:-

 

          English Labs have been set up in 32 Govt. Colleges which are to be developed as Centers of Excellence. It becomes imperative that proper emphasis be laid on learning English Language and its usage. The requirements of the students in Haryana are unique viz-a-viz spoken on communicative English. These English Labs would be beneficial and labs would enable the students in terms of self learning.

In the year 2013-14 the facility of Language lab has been extended to 20 more Govt. colleges and now there are 52 language labs in Govt. colleges.

 

 

Annexure-J

Implementation of Schemes for Quality Improvement and Human Resource Development.

A. Plan Schemes

1.       Empowerment of Female Students:

In order to empower female students and to bring out the latent talent of the girls, a scheme was started in the year 2005-06. Under this Scheme, Women Cells have been established in all Govt. Colleges of the State to organize various activities to bring awareness in students on gender related issues.  Budget worth Rs. 70.00 lacs is sanctioned for this scheme for the year 2014-15 and about 55000 girl students will get benefit from this scheme.

The girl’s students having low haemoglobin are being medically tested and were given free Folic acid tablets under the NHRM project.

2.      Human Resource Development:

A scheme for the training of teachers and supporting staff was started in the year 2005-06. Under this scheme Seminar/Conferences/Refresher Courses/Orientation Courses are organized for capacity building and faculty development of the teachers. Lecturers also attend different training courses organized at HIPA Gurgaon for their capacity building. Budget worth Rs. 50.00 lacs has been sanctioned for this scheme for the year 2014-15. Cultural Programme will be organized under this scheme in all the Govt. Colleges

3.          Earn While You Learn Scheme for the student:

A novel scheme of “Earn While You Learn” has been drawn up whereby the students of colleges would be employed for various college jobs in laboratories, libraries and other office jobs. This scheme was started in the year 2005-06 for the benefit of needy students to Earn while learning so that they can continue the studies on their own. This scheme gives an opportunity to develop the sprit of work culture and confidence amongst the students. The Budget sanctioned for this scheme for the year 2014-15 is 110.00 lacs and about 5500 students will get benefit from this scheme.

4.          Up-gradation of Laboratories

A scheme was started in the year 2005-06 to modernize and upgrade the laboratories in Govt. Colleges. This scheme proved beneficial to all those students who study science subjects and other practical subjects. The budget worth Rs. 100.00 lacs is sanctioned for the upgradation of Laboratories for the year 2014-15 and about 35,000 students will get benefit from this scheme.

5.          Assistance for Science Exhibition:

The scheme was started to organize Science Exhibition at college, district and state level. This Scheme give benefit to all those students who study Science and other practical subjects like Geography, Psychology, Computer Science. A budget of Rs. 30.00 lacs is sanctioned for the year 2014-15 and about 2500 students will get benefit from this scheme by attending Inter District and State Level Science Exhibition.

6.     Sports Promotion Scheme:

With a view to improve the standards of sports and to raise the participation of students in State/National and International Sports, a scheme was started in the year 2005-06. This scheme also provides help to the students to prepare themselves for the games at National & international level. Budget sanctioned for the year 2014-15 is worth Rs. 80.00 lacs for this scheme.

7.        Educational and Excursion Tour for Girls Student in Govt. Colleges.

A new scheme was launched in the year 2009-10 for the excursion of Girls students. Girl students of the Govt. Colleges go for excursion educational/historical tour and visit various prominent places of historical and cultural interest. This enhances their awareness and knowledge about State/ Nation. A budget of Rs. 80.00 lacs is sanctioned for the year 2014-15 and about 4500 girl students will get benefit from this scheme.

  8.     Educational and Excursion Tour for Boys Student in Govt.  Colleges.

A new scheme was launched in the year 2009-10 for the excursion of students. Boys student of the Govt. Colleges go for excursion educational/historical tour to visit various prominent places of historical and cultural interest. This enhance their awareness and knowledge about State/ Nation. A budget of Rs. 85.00 lacs is sanctioned for the year 2014-15 and about 4200 boy students will get benefit from this scheme.

9.Soft Skills Scheme:-

                  This scheme   was started in year 2005-06 in six Govt. colleges.

                  The scheme is meant for upgrading the knowledge of students and         giving them an intensive training in communication skills and interpersonal   skills        particularly for BPO industry and ITES sector.

                During the year 2007-08 till date 128 Soft Skills DVD’s were displayed         through Edusat. This programme is being launched for the benefit of the    students and training is being provided absolutely free of cost in the 66      colleges where EDUSAT system is working.

10.   SETTING UP OF PLACEMENT CELLS IN GOVT. COLLEGES:-

Under this scheme, Placement Cells have been constituted in all the Govt. Colleges under the supervision of the Principal and senior most lecturers of the college.  A sum of Rs. 16.00 lacs has also been distributed @ 25000/- per college in 64 Govt. Colleges for this purpose for the year 2007-2008. A Budget Provision of Rs. 18.00 lac was made for the year 2008-09. The Rs. 38.00 lacs have been distributed in the 75 Govt. Colleges for the year 2009-10. Rs. 50 lacs have been distributed in the year 2011-12. Budget worth Rs. 40.00 lac has been sanctioned for the year 2014-15.

For the first time in the history of state 04 Government sponsored Placement fairs were organized w.e.f 2010 in February /March every year at four division level Government colleges of the state for final year students. Almost 800 plus students have been offered jobs every year. In all the four years the Placement fairs were prefixed with training programme of 4-5 days on personality development, how to face interview, communication skills, etiquettes etc

11.   Setting up of Legal Literacy Cells:

On the directions of Haryana State Legal Services Authority Legal literacy cells have been established in all Govt. Colleges of the state since 2009. Four state level annuals functions have been held so far under HSLSA and Education department.

12.   Skill Development:-

A new scheme on skill development has been initiated by the State Govt. Under the scheme with the collaboration with National Skill Development Corporation ( NSDC) , Govt. of India skill development in retail sector has been started w.e.f. January, 2014 in 32 Govt. colleges of excellence. After successful completion of training the successful candidates will be awarded certification from NSDC and RASCI and the resume of successful candidates will be uploaded on the portal of RASCI for placement in retail sector.

 

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SPORTS ACTIVITIES FOR COLLEGES OF HARYANA

 

I.  PREAMBLE:-

                Sports and games are indespensible for human life. Human health and welfare can be achieved if sports and games are combined with academics are promoted in a systematic manner. Therefore, there is an urgent need of streamline the sports activities in colleges and to adopt a uniform policy which could bring about discipline and devotion among college students. Sports and games are the best ways to channelize the energy of youth for constructive purposes.

II.         VISION:-

To make youth of colleges of Haryana healthy and physically and mentally fit for facing the future challenges of a knowledge economy. To channelize the energy of youth in their spare time students must be involved in sports activities. Sports and games must be made part of every students life to make them disciplined, dedicated and sensitive citizens of the nation.

 

III.      OBJECTIVES:-

1.  To encourage sports activities for all the colleges of Haryana.

2.  To involve and encourage maximum students for participation in sports activities.

3.  To ensure co-ordination between Sports Department and colleges.

4.  To provide technical and financial assistance to all the colleges of Haryana.

 

IV.       ACTIVITIES REQUIRED TO UNDERTAKEN:-

1.    To develop sports culture in the colleges by providing improved sports fasciities and to motivate students for participation in sports and games.

2.    Three games compulsorily be opted by each Govt. College, infrastructure/ facilities be created for these games, intra college/inter - class tournaments be organized during the month of October/ November or February/ March.

3.    To provide separate rooms for gym, table tennis table in all common rooms and yoga classes where ever required. Facilities for Table Tennis, Carrom and Chess is compulsory for all Govt. Colleges.

4.    To create sports infrastructure and sports facilities as per the requirement of the college.

5.    To lay emphasis on the maintenance and improving the existing sports infrastructure in the colleges.

6.    To set up sports clubs in all the colleges to conduct sports activities.

7.    To promote games which do not require much infrastructure and equipments like Kabaddi,  Kho-Kho, and Athletics etc.

 

V.    MECHANISM FOR ACHIEVING THE OBJECTIVES:-

 

1.  Provision of funds to create sports infrastructure and facilities related to gym, yoga and table tennis etc and other games opted by colleges.

2.  Specific time allocation for sports in colleges under the supervision of teachers in physical education and member of college sports board.

3.  To organize sports competitions, of different games in colleges.

4.  To promote sports for women and disabled by making sports infrastructure and sports facilities women and disabled friendly, where ever required.

5.  Co-ordination with already employed state coaches in the sports department.

6.  Proper utilization of Physical Education Lecturers to encourage students and to regulate sports activities in the colleges  in morning and in evening is to be ensured. Principals of the colleges will decide the duty timings of the lecturers in physical education.

 

VI.       INTEGRATION OF SPORTS WITH EDUCATION:-

It is essential that the energy of youth studying in colleges may be channelized through sports in a positive and constructive manner hence sports must be integrated with education in all the colleges.  This objective can be achieved if we provide maximum opportunities to students for participation in sports activities at college level.  Sports must also not hinder the progress of academics. The colleges and Universities must develop their sports calendar keeping in view the examination schedule. Co-ordination among Universities and sports Department is essential for achieving this aim.

 

VII.    EXCELLENCE IN SPORTS:-

 

1.  Organization of inter college sports events in various sports.

2.  To invite philanthropists other dignatries to colleges during inter college tournaments, so that the financial help for sports  infrastructure is facilitated.

3.  To grant recognition to Principals, teachers who contribute significantly in promotion of sports activities.

4.  To include performance in sports activities as one of the criteria for best principal award.

 

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                                Cultural Policy

New initiatives by Higher Education Haryana have been undertaken in the sphere of culture for the overall development of personality of students. A new Scheme has been started during the current session 2012-13 in all Govt. Colleges in the State. This new programme of mandatory cultural activities under the Human Resource Development Scheme wherein following activities are proposed.

·                    Activites releated to music, dance, short play, skit, mimicry, folk & classical dance etc would be organised.

·                    Rewards would be given in each catoegory.

·                    Professional artists would aslo be invited in Govt. College to hold concerts/ programmes to inspire the students.

Annexure-M

Promotion of NCC activities:-

 

NCC is the largest uniformed youth organization of its kind in the world with the authorized strength of 13 Lakh cadets at National level and being further expanded by 2 Lakh cadets, to a total of 15 lakh. It is through this organization that efforts are made to channelize the tremendous power and potential of the youth in the right direction so that these builders of the nation are able to shoulder responsibilities in each walk of life.The National Cadet Corps (NCC) is playing a vital role in preparing our youth in becoming responsible Indian Citizens and it provides an opportunity for our youth to channelize their energies in creative manner inculcation the much needed qualities of discipline and commitment.

For the first time in the history of state three new NCC establishments have been sanctioned in 2013. These three new NCC establishments are: one new NCC Group headquarter at Hisar, one new NCC mixed battalion at Sirsa and a new NCC Girls battalion at Nuh(Mewat). The new raisings will effectively increase the cadet strength from the present 34 thousands to 37 thousands.

The refreshment allowance of the NCC cadets has been increased from Rs. 6  cadet/ parade to Rs. 25 cadet / parade w.e.f. 2013 and it is one of the highest allowance given to NCC cadets of Haryana in comparison to all the other  states and U.T’s in India. The messing allowance of NCC cadets and ANO’s during the NCC camps has been increased to Rs. 80 &Rs. 90 respectively since 2009.

 

 

  Annexure-N

Brief note regarding Scholarship Schemes.

        Scholarships are offered to deserving and needy students to encourage them to take up Higher education. This incentive falls in line with the motto of Higher Education of the State: Access, Equity and Quality. Generation makes Nation. Therefore the Govt. of India and Govt. of Haryana are always putting their efforts to attract the students towards Higher Education. Many Scholarship, Incentive and Stipend schemes are introduced by the Govt. of India and the Govt. of Haryana to achieve the Goal. A brief note regarding such schemes are given below:-

(A) Scholarship schemes of Govt. of India: - (Four Schemes)

1.     Post Matric Scholarship to the student belonging to    Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes.

        The scheme was instituted by the Govt. of India to provide financial assistance to the SC/ST students studying at post matriculation stage to enable them to complete their education. The students whose parents/guardians annual income is Rs. 1.00 lac or below are given scholarships in the range of Rs. 140/- p.m. to Rs. 510/- p.m. including reimbursement of maintenance allowance, tuition fee, exam fee and other fund.

Note:-  Now the scheme has been revised by Govt. of India w.e.f 1.07.2010 as per given below:-

1.     Income Ceiling increased uptoRs. 2.50 lacs.

2.     Rate of Stipend is as under:-

 

UG

PG

Day Scholar

Rs. 300/- p.m. for 10 months for fresh;                           

for 12 months for renewal

Rs. 530/- p.m. for 10 months for fresh;
for 12 months for renewal

Hosteller

Rs. 570- p.m. for 10 months for fresh;

for 12 months for renewal

Rs. 820/- p.m. for 10 months for fresh;
for 12 months for renewal

 

Following Institutions are being covered under this scheme:-

1.     Non- Govt. Aided Colleges.

2.     Self-Financing Degree Colleges.

3.     Govt. B.Ed Colleges.

4.     Non-Govt.-Aided B.Ed Colleges.

5.     M.A, M.Sc/M.Com of Universities.(Non- Professional Courses).

 

Year

Budget Allocated

Expenditure

No. of Beneficiaries

2005-2006

41474000

41474000

14750

2006-2007

51000000

51000000

15910

2007-2008

50000000

50000000

13960

2008-2009

62400000

62400000

16771

2009-2010

55000000

55000000

10428

2010-2011

45000000

45000000

10447

2011-2012

172820000

52743459

11784

2012-2013

118900000

118900000

12703

*2013-2014

50000000

476517459

106753

Total

596594000

476517459

106753

 

* Back log of 2012-13

2      Post Matric Scholarship for Welfare of Backward Classes.

        The Scheme was instituted by the Govt of India to promote education among students of Haryana domicile belonging to Backward Classes. This scheme provides  a stipend and reimbursement of tuition fee and examination fee to those BC students whose parent’s/guardian’s annual income from all sources is Rs. 1,00,000/- At present as per the guidelines of the social welfare department the eligible students are given only maintenance allowance. Following institutions are being covered under this scheme:-

Only maintenance allowance as per rates given below:-

 

UG

PG

Day Scholar

Rs. 210/- p.m. for 10 months for fresh;
for 12 months for renewal

Rs. 335/- p.m. for 10 months for fresh;
for 12 months for renewal

Hosteller

Rs. 400- p.m. for 10 months for fresh;
for 12 months for renewal

Rs. 510- p.m. for 10 months for fresh;

for 12 months for renewal

 

1.     Govt. Colleges.

2.     Non- Govt. Aided Colleges.

3.     Self-Financing Degree Colleges.

4.     M.A, M.Sc/M.Com of Unversities.(Non- Professional Courses).

 

Year

Budget Allocated

Expenditure

No. of Bene. Students

2005-2006

16500000

16500000

15426

2006-2007

34000000

34000000

32592

2007-2008

6004450

6004450

6557

2008-2009

21744000

21744000

19655

2009-2010

31800000

25555019

21548

2010-2011

26000000

26000000

23182

2011-2012

41099000

40005195

33677

2012-2013

76570000

76570000

30244

2013-2014

20000000

20000000

8830

Total

253717450

246378664

182881

 

* Back log of 2012-13

3.     Post Matric Scholarship for students belonging to the Minority              Communities.

        The objective of this scheme is to award scholarship to meritorious students belonging to economically weaker sections of the Minority Communities, so as to provide better opportunity for Higher Education and enhance their employability.  The scholarship is awarded to the concerned students for studies in India in a Govt. or Private Higher Secondary School/College/University.  It also covers technical and vocational courses in ITI/ITC and NCVTs.

        The Scholarship is awarded to the students securing 50% or above marks in previous final examination and whose parents/guardian's income does not exceed 2 lacs. 30% of the scholarships are earmarked for girls students.

        Rate of Scholarship:- AT UG/PG level (For Courses other than technical and professional) Rs.300/-p.m. (Day Scholar) and Rs.570/- for Hostlers.

Year

Budget Allocated

Expenditure

No. of Beneficiaries

2010-2011

3837841

3837841

871

2011-2012

1842813

1842813

346

2012-2013

4425788

4425788

785

Total

10106442

10106442

2002

 

4.     Merit-Cum-Means Scholarship for Minority Communities Students.

        The objective of this scheme is to provide financial assistance to the poor and meritorious students belonging to minority communities to enable to pursue professional and technical courses.

        Under this scheme 257 students belonging to Minority Communities of Haryana, who get admission in technical/Professional courses and where parents/ guardian annual income is not exceeding Rs.2.50 lakh are given scholarship @ shown below.

Year

Budget Allocated

Expenditure

No. of Beneficiaries

2010-2011

749796

749796

30

2011-2012

512697

512697

24

2012-2013

40507

450507

18

Total

1713000

1713000

72

 

(B)    Scholarship schemes of Haryana Govt:- (Eight Schemes)

1.     Consolidated Stipend Scheme for  the  Welfare of Scheduled Caste students pursuing Higher Education in Govt. Colleges of Haryana.

  The scheme was introduced by the Govt. of Haryana in the year 2008-09. Under this scheme a stipend of Rs. 1000/- P.M for twelve months and  an additional  amount of  Rs. 500/- P.M for twelve months to those S.C Students who are availing hostel facility has been given through electronic transaction . The Nodal Officer and staff will be paid honorarium at the time of transfer of amount to the Accounts of students four times in a year maximum of Rs. 4000/- and 2000/- respectively.  The scheme covers only the students in Govt. Colleges of Haryana.

Year

Budget Allocated

Expenditure

No. of Beneficiaries

2008-2009

200250000

190838500

15794

2009-2010

277308000

276468000

22927

2010-2011

325300000

319512500

26621

2011-2012

356000000

296727000

29938

2012-2013

480000000

450090471

35218

2013-2014

420000000

1122000

82

Total

1638858000

1534758471

130580

 

2.     Providing books to SC students of Govt. Colleges.

In the year 2008-09 the Govt. of Haryana introduced this scheme for the welfare of SC students. Under this scheme an amount of Rs. 2000/- P.A. for purchasing books, is given to the deserving SC students. The payment has been made through electronic transaction. The scheme covers only the students in Govt. Colleges of Haryana.

Year

Budget Allocated

Expenditure

No. of Beneficiaries

2008-2009

33000000

31942000

15794

2009-2010

46000000

45970000

22927

2010-2011

55500000

54120000

27060

2011-2012

60000000

57950000

29932

2012-2013

70000000

67261500

35000

2013-2014

80000000

194000

97

Total

264500000

257437500

130810

 

3.     A Scheme introduced by the Haryana Govt. for Merit         Scholarship to Under Graduate Girls Students.

        The State Government introduced this Scheme on plan side during the financial year 2005-06. The main objective of the scheme is to enable meritorious girl students of Haryana to pursue higher education. It has been instituted in order to attain the national goal in making all our efforts to provide good education and bringing women in the mainstream of the society. The 10 topper girl students who after passing 10+2 class with at least 60% marks are studying in any Govt. institution pursuing general degree courses are awarded under the scheme.  The amount of the scholarship awarded has been Rs. 3000/- per college per student annually.  This scheme is renewed upto TDC III .

Year

Budget Allocated

Expenditure

No. of Beneficiaries

2006-2007

3600000

2385000

795

2007-2008

5500000

3717000

1236

2008-2009

5500000

4116000

1372

2009-2010

5500000

3846000

1497

2010-2011

4500000

3582000

1189

2011-2012

5000000

4167000

1389

2012-2013

4700000

4700000

1419

2013-2014

5100000

2670000

891

Total

34300000

29183000

9788

 

4      Haryana State (Meritorious Incentive Scheme) Scholarship Scheme

        The State Government has introduced a scheme on plan side during the financial year 2005-06. The main objective of the scheme is to encourage excellence in academics and overall development of the students. Under the scheme the male students (general category), female students (general category) and both male and female students (S.C. category) are given fixed annual scholarship based on their position/performance in Annual University Examination, in both graduate and post graduate classes at college level.  The students who stand first in the Merit have been given Rs. 5000/- p.a., Second Rs. 2000/- p.a. The scheme is only for Govt. Colleges.

Year

Budget Allocated

Expenditure

No. of Beneficiaries

2006-2007

7500000

4177200

1238

2007-2008

7500000

3556000

939

2008-2009

7500000

5759130

1562

2009-2010

7500000

6799000

1548

2010-2011

5750000

5391000

1377

2011-2012

5800000

5275000

2300

2012-2013

5800000

5800000

1743

2013-2014

6000000

-

-

Total

47350000

36757330

10707

 

5.     The Haryana State Meritorious Incentive Scheme for the Students who attain Merit Position in CBSE Annual Exams.

        The objective of the Scheme is to encourage the Meritorious Students who attain Top position in CBSE annual exams, by giving them a substantial amount as a motivating incentive. It has been instituted by Govt. of Haryana in order to encourage excellence in academics and overall development of the students. Under this Scheme two students (one boy & one girl student) are given annual Incentive based on their Merit position/performance in Haryana State in annual examination of 10th and 12th of CBSE every year. Under this scheme the topers (1 Girl and 1 Boy) of 10th and 12th are awarded the actual fees paid by him /her uptoRs. 25000/- and Rs. 1,00,000/- p.a. respectively. It is also a renewal scheme.

Year

Budget Allocated

Expenditure

No. of Beneficiaries

2008-2009

250000

250000

4

2009-2010

250000

154495

8

2010-2011

350000

350000

12

2011-2012

650000

464996

17

2012-2013

650000

650000

14

2013-2014

1000000

556687

9

Total

2150000

2426178

64

 

6.   Stipend Scheme for the Welfare of grand children of Freedom Fighters.

        On 22.8.09 Hon’ble C.M Haryana announced a new scheme for the welfare of Grand Children of Freedom Fighters. In this scheme Rs.2000/- P.A. for books and a stipend of Rs. 1000/- per month for twelve months are given to all such students.    This scheme covers the students of Govt./ Non-Govt. Aided Colleges of Haryana.

Year

Budget Allocated

Expenditure

No. of Beneficiaries

2009-2010

1750000

1750000

146

2010-2011

1750000

1750000

138

2011-2012

2000000

1902000

176

2012-2013

2000000

2000000

137

2013-2014

2500000

574000

87

Total

7500000

7976000

684

 

7      State Merit Scholarship

          The Govt of Haryana has introduced this scheme to motivate the meritorious students of Haryana. This scheme provides an award to the students of Govt./Non-Govt. Colleges on the basis of Board/University merit. Detail of Rate of scholarship is as under:-

At Graduate level                     300/- per month for the whole year

At Postgraduate level               450/- per month for the whole year

        This scheme has benefited 500 students on the basis of 10+2 examination and 205 students on the basis of TDC-III university examination. This is a renewal scheme.

Year

Budget Allocated

Expenditure

No. of Beneficiaries

2005-2006

1797000

1553400

1506

2006-2007

1797000

1531200

1438

2007-2008

8451000

5553000

1853

2008-2009

9621000

6223800

2040

2009-2010

7101000

4568400

1108

2010-2011

7100000

4892400

1192

2011-2012

7100000

5041800

1207

2012-2013

5300000

5200400

1266

2013-2014

5500000

-

-

Total

48267000

34564400

11610

 

8.    Lower Income Group (NON-PLAN)

        This scheme was formulated by the state Govt with the aim of reaching out to the economically weaker sections of the society i.e. low income group students who without the financial support provided by the Government would not be in a position to pursue higher studies. The students whose parents/guardian’s annual income limit is Rs. 12,000/- or less than it are covered in this scheme. Under this scheme a stipend of Rs. 27/- P.M., Tuition Fees, Exam Fees and other funds is given to the students.

Year

Budget Allocated

Expenditure

No. of Beneficiaries

2005-2006

230000

230000

172

2006-2007

230000

230000

172

2007-2008

480000

480000

343

2008-2009

500000

497586

335

2009-2010

500000

261646

119

2010-2011

500000

463484

200

2011-2012

500000

471148

145

2012-2013

700000

540990

158

2013-2014

500000

-

-

Total

3640000

3174854

1644

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Annexure-O

Budget at a Glance:

Year

Budget Provision

% Increase in Every year

 % of Increase from the year 2004-05

 

Non-Plan

Plan

Total

 -

 -

2004-05

22444.50

3030.00

25474.50

 -

 -

2005-06

24966.37

3850.00

28816.37

13.12

13.12

2006-07

24830.15

5050.00

29880.15

3.69

17.29

2007-08

27034.35

11555.00

38589.35

29.15

51.48

2008-09

27984.38

15060.00

43044.38

11.54

68.97

2009-10

50590.69

22960.00

73550.69

70.87

188.72

2010-11

54984.01

20854.00

75838.01

3.11

197.70

2011-12

679927.32

21226.00

89323.32

17.65

250.24

2012-13

71357.42

21349.00

92306.45

3.97

263.92

2013-14

69619.28

40150.00

109769.88

18.40

330.90

           
           

2014-15

77152.52

46425.00

123777.52

12.76

385.89