Reasonable 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:-

i.             Two State Universities namely Chaudhary Ranbir Singh University, Jind and Chaudhary Bansi Lal University, Bhiwani have been established.

ii.           Four Private Universities namely Ashoka University, Sonepat, Alfalah University, Faridabad, BML Munjal University, Gurgaon & Manav Rachna University, Faridabad have been established.

iii.          Two Regional Centres of  BPS Women University, Khanpur Kalan have been started at Kharal (Jind) and Lula Ahir (Rewari).

iv.          National Law University, Sonepat has been renamed as Dr. B.R. Ambedkar  National Law University, Sonipat.

v.            Nine Govt. Colleges at Badhara, Jassukheri, Matanhail, Assandh, Nangal Chaudhary, Madlauta, Pali, Mokhara and Bahadurgarh  started.

vi.          The Govt. has taken over  PKSD College Kanina District Mohindergarh  w.e.f. 1-5-2014 as per decision of CMM  on 30.7.2014.

vii.         Provisional NOCs have been issued  for starting of 10 new Self Financing Degree Colleges and 1 new Self Financing Law College.

viii.       On Line Admission successfully implemented in 104 Govt. Colleges.

ix.          Ten Language Labs have been setup in ten Govt. Colleges being upgraded as Centre of Excellence.

x.            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

xi.          56 Assistant Professors of various Govt. Colleges were granted senior scale & 159 Assistant Professors were granted selection grade and 20 Assistant Professor were granted PB-4.

xii.        68 Contractual  Lecturers  in Govt. Colleges, 36 Data Entry Operator cum clerks at Head Quarter and 19 clerks, 9 steno typist, 10 Laboratory Attendants and 75 class –IV employees in Govt. Colleges have been regularised in accordance with instruction No. 6/7/2004-2GSI, dated 18.6.2014, No. 6/7/2004-2GSI, dated 28.7.2014 and 6/7/2004-2GSI, dated 19.8.2014 issued by Govt. of Haryana, General Administrative Department, General Services-I Branch.

xiii.       The services of 39 Adhoc Lecturers regularisation w.e.f. 31.1.1996 in compliance with the revival of regularisation in policy dated 7.3.1996.

xiv.       Rs. 102 crore has been spent construction building new colleges and upgradation of  existing infrastructure of Govt. Colleges.

xv.         Number of  Seats  of Science and Commerce have been increased in Govt. Colleges as per requirement.

xvi.       The messing allowance of NCC cadets and ANO’s has been increased from existing Rs. 80 per head per day to Rs. 95 per head per day and Rs. 100 per head per day respecvtively.



Projects/Programmes of Higher Education Department for the year 2015-16


i.             Consolidation of Colleges and Universities in terms of manpower and infrastructure:-

1.   Shortage of Teaching and Non Teaching Staff

2.   Class rooms

3.   Furniture, Library, Toliets,Sports grounds

4.   Job oriented Courses 

ii.           Review of the Semester System

iii.          To provide quality education to our students so that they excel in their chosen fields.

iv.           Improvement in teaching learning methodologies.

v.            Introduction of Science and commerce where ever needed.

vi.          To motivate teachers and students to make higher education an outcome oriented activity.

vii.         Tio initiative  Skill development in Govt. colleges

viii.       Constitution of State Assessment and Accreditation Council (SAAC) on the lines of NAAC.

ix.          Establishment of an Open University.

x.            Regular Recruitments of teaching and non teaching staff .

xi.          Setting up of State Project Directorate (SPD) under Rashtriya Uchchtar Shiksha Abhiyan (RUSA).

xii.        An amount of Rs. 200 crore will be required for the construction of Govt. College Buildings etc.



A.   Constitution of Haryana State Higher Education Council:


The State Higher Education Council, Haryana is an apex advisory body which was constituted dated 07 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.

B.   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.


C.  National Law University


     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 will begin soon.





          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.


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


 O.P Jindal University, Sonipat



 ITM University, Sector-23 Gurgaon.



 AMITY University Village Gwalior, Panchgaon, Manesar, Gurgaon



ApeejaySatyaUniversity,VillageSilani, Sohna, Gurgaon



Maharishi Markendashwar University, Sadopur, Ambala



Nillm University, Kaithal



Ansal University, Gurgaon



 Baba Mast Nath University, Rohtak



M.V.N, Palwal



Shri Guru Gobind Singh Tricentenary University, Gurgaon

February, 2013


G.D Goenka University, Gurgaon

February, 2013


K.R Mangalam, University, Gurgaon

February, 2013


S.R.M, University, Sonipat

February, 2013


Jagganath University, Bahadurgarh

February, 2013


Ashoka University Sonepat, ,



Alfalah University Faridabad



BML Munjal University Gurgaon



Manav Rachna University, Faridabad







F.   Opening of New Govt. Colleges



Name of College


Govt. College for Women, Bhiwani.


Govt. College, Matak Majri




Govt. College, Saha.


Govt. College for Women, Jind.




Govt. College, Kaithal.


Govt. College, Birohar.


Govt. College, MandiDabwali.


Govt. College, Julana.


Govt. College for Women, Panchkula.


Govt. College for Women, Tosham.




Govt. College for Women, Rewari.


Govt. College, Panipat.


Govt. College, Chhachhrauli.


Govt. College, Barwala (Hisar).


Govt. College for Women, LakhanMajra.




Govt. College, Bapoli.


Govt. College, Ellanabad.


Govt. College, Gurawara.




Govt. College for Women, Safidon


Govt. College, Kharkara.




Govt. College for women Ratia


Govt. College for women Salaheri


Govt. College for women Ambala


Govt. College, Bawanikhera


Govt. College, Palwal


Govt. College, Kosli


Govt. College, Bahu


Govt. College, Charra




Govt. College Sampala


Govt. College Jassia


Govt. College Bheraian, Pehowa


Govt. College, Satnali


Govt. College, Kharkoda


Govt. College, Behl


Govt. College, Narnaund




Govt. College for Women Badhara


Govt. College for Women Jassur Kheri


Govt. College Matanhail


Govt. College Assandh


Govt. College for Women Nangal Chaudhary


Govt. College Madlauda


Govt. College for Women Pali


Govt. College Mokhara


Govt. College, Kanina ( Taken over)


Govt. College for Girls, Bahadurgarh


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.






H.  List of Govt. Colleges : Centers of Excellence


Name of the College

Affiliating University


Govt. College, Ambala Cantt.



Govt. College, Bahadurgarh

MDU, Rohtak


Govt. College, Bhiwani

MDU, Rohtak


Govt. College for Women, Bhiwani

MDU, Rohtak


Govt. College, Faridabad

MDU, Rohtak


DGC, Gurgaon

MDU, Rohtak


Govt. College, Sector-14, Gurgaon

MDU, Rohtak


Govt. College, Hansi



Govt. College, Hisar



Govt. College, Jhajjar

MDU, Rohtak


Govt. College, Jind



Govt. College for Women, Jind



Govt. College, Karnal



Govt. College for Women, Karnal



Govt. College, Kalka



Govt. College, Mahendergarh

MDU, Rohtak


Govt. College, Narnaul

MDU, Rohtak


Govt. College for Women, Narnaul

MDU, Rohtak


Govt. College, Narwana



Govt. College, Panchkula



Govt. College, Rohtak

MDU, Rohtak


Govt. College for Women, Rohtak

MDU, Rohtak


Govt. College, Sirsa



Govt. College, Tohana



Govt. College, Tauru

MDU, Rohtak


Govt. College for Girls, Panchkula



Govt. College for Women, Faridabad



Govt. College for Girls Mohindergarh



Govt. College for Girls Hisar



Govt. College Sec-9 Gurgaon



Govt. College for Girls, Rewari



Govt. College Kaithal



I.     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.


J.   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. Now these labs are in 52 Govt. colleges.


K.  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.


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.





                   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.


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.



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.



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.


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.


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.


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.


                                                                            M.  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.



N.   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. But the missing allowances for NCC Cadets has been enhaced from Rs. 80 to Rs. 95 and for ANO’s from Rs. 80 to Rs. 100 per head per day.

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 for NCC cadets has been enhanced from Rs. 80 to 95 and for  ANO’s from Rs. 80 toRs. 100 per head per day.