Fact Revealed about Dr CV Raman University

Fact Revealed about Dr CV Raman University

Dr. C.V. Raman University
Kargi Road, Kota Bilaspur , Chhattisgarh-

1.

University Contact Information

Phone No: 91-7753-253728, 202582 253737,, 91-7753-253728
E-mail: cvruraipur@yahoo.co.in
Website: http://www.cvru.ac.in

2.

VC’s Information

VC Name: Dr. Surekha Thacker
Phone No (O): 07753-253728
Phone No (R): 07752-416840
Fax No: 07753-253728
Mob No:
E-mail:

3.

Registrar’s Information

Reg. Name: Shri Shailesh Pandey
Phone No (O): 07753-253728
Phone No (R): 07752-408845
Fax No: 07753-253728
Mob No: 09009911000
E-mail: Sp.cvru@gmail.com

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“A country’s development lies in the development of its people’s mind, heart, body and soul”. Golden words from a legendry Indian scientist and Nobel Prize Winner-Dr. CV Raman, who was also honored with the highest civilian award in India, Bharat Ratna.

Education is the movement from darkness to light. An optimistic movement from ignorance to learning and this learning also happens beyond classrooms. Dr. CV Raman University has taken up this noble endeavour to enable learning and educate one and all irrespective of physical and geographical boundaries. The focus of distance learning education at Dr. CV Raman University is to encourage greater flexibility, accessibility and innovation in education by making full use of the latest scientific knowledge and new educational technology.

Thought & Conception

The then President of India, Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam once expressed his desire to establish an institution for development of science for thousands of underprivileged students residing in remote areas. To put down in his words, “Learning gives creativity, creativity leads to thinking. Thinking provides knowledge, knowledge makes you great”. AISECT, a frontrunner in the field of computer education and winner of NECOM Award 2006, took the initiative and selected Kota, Kargi Road, a village abundantly populated by Schedule Caste & Schedule Tribe, situated in the lap of Maikal and Satpuda range of Chhattisgarh. With a proven track record of 30 years, AISECT undertook the mission of taking higher education to remote and underprivileged area of the country and with this very objective placed the foundation of Dr. C V Raman University. AISECT decided to name it “Dr. CV Raman University” to pay its sacred homage to the Nobel laureate scientist.

This area of Chhattisgarh is very remote and aspiring students or learners do not have much to choose from, as resources are limited for them. In such a scenario, CVRU presents them with a learning platform with best-in-class facilities and a wide range of professional courses to choose from. The prime objective of the University is to bring out the pool of hidden talent of our Indian rural youth and metamorphose it into future capable leadership of India.

Faculty of Distance Education

Recognized by the Distance Education Council of India on 1 st May 2009, the faculty of open and Distance education was established at Dr. C V Raman University to cater higher education to unreachable sections of the society by the use of information technology. The mission to provide knowledge based professional education and to set national standards for distance education The Faculty of Distance Education at University envisions to disseminate knowledge in a way that students who are unable to go to college due to any constraint avail education to improve their skills and acquire knowledge. Distance learning provides access to learning when the source of information and the learners are separated by time and distance. The recent development in distance education and the appendage of technology has enabled large-scale interactive participation and open access via the web or other network technologies. There are many ways by which learners can absorb knowledge through various ambient mediums.

The study material provided by the University is very comprehensive that covers the subject in elaborate and extensive manner. Online counseling and doubt clearing on various topics is provided to students that enroll in various distance-learning modules. To provide flexibility special weekend classes are organized. Distance learning expands access to education and training since its flexible scheduling structure lessens the effects of the many time and distance constraints. The enduring benefit remains lifelong learning beyond the normal schooling age. Distance education can also provide a broader method of communication. Learners and students get the opportunity to combine their own opinions with new opinions of their fellow learners belonging to diverse geographical backgrounds and eventually develop a solid foundation for learning. This helps students become knowledgeable on a wide array of viewpoints in education.

The high cost of education affects students in higher education, to which distance education may be an alternative in order to provide some relief. Distance education has been a more cost-effective form of learning. Also additionally, this can sometimes save students a significant amount of money as opposed to traditional education. Distance education may be able to help to save students a considerable amount financially by removing the cost of transportation, economic burden of high-priced course textbooks. Many textbooks are now available as electronic textbooks, known as e-textbooks.

Courses & Affiliation

CVRU offers distance learning courses in the form of degree, diploma and certificate courses in UG/PG Degree Programs Faculty of Information Technology, Faculty of Management, Faculty of Commerce, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Science and Diploma & Certificate Programs PGDCA, DCA, PGDCA, DCTT, ADCHN, PGDCHME, PGDBM, PGDMM, PGDFM, PGDHRM, PGDIRM, PGDRD, Diploma in Accountancy Based on Tally In addition to this, regular courses in the faculty of IT, Management, Law are BE, ME, M.

Tech., MBA, Polytechnic, On the basis of its standards of teaching, training system and well equipped labs, examination valuation, result process, resources and other infrastructural facilities, CVRU received ISO 9001-2008 certification. CVRU is the first university not only in Chhattisgarh and undivided MP which attained recognition from UGC and also AICTE and NCTE from its very beginning. The Distance Education Council, New Delhi also provided recognition and degrees awarded by CVRU are recognized all over the world.

Infrastructural Facilities

Dr. CV Raman University is set up in serene natural environment where state- of-the-art infrastructural facilities have been built amidst refreshing greenery. The eminent and highly qualified faculty team forms the foundation of engineering best brains and inculcating capable leadership. CVRU Educational FM Radio that operates from the campus and airs educational programs for guiding students on various subjects and topics. This is one of its kind initiative in Chhattisgarh for aiding better learning to students. A vast resource of subjects is being digitized for e-library. At present University has a well stocked library of 24,947 books in addition to 150 journals on a variety of topics. There is special facility of English language lab to do away with the obstacle of language barrier and ease learning for students. In today’s fast paced world it is really necessary to be updated. Understanding this core need, students have free access to internet in the campus.

Training & Placement Patrons

A famous quote says, “The whole purpose of education is to turn mirrors into windows.” Education opens new vistas of growth and beckons new windows of opportunities. Education here does not only equip students to survive at the workplace but also with skills to prosper. Various science exhibitions, seminars, workshops are a routine part of course modules coupled with extra curricular and co-curricular activities. CVRU students are nurtured with “ready to work” approach from the very first day of entering the campus. This is the main reason that they establish a professional connect as soon as they begin job. Students are exposed to advance technology based projects, for example, students of Engineering are provided with practical guidance of Virtual Machine, SAP, Multisys, MatLab, Control System Design, AutoCad, FPGA Design, DSP Controller Real Time Operating System, PLC and many more. CVRU students are given extensive exposure of public sector companies for internship and industrial training too.

The University boasts of a host of placement patrons like Wipro, Tata, Nokia, HCL, Airtel, Idea, RME, Reliance, HDFC, ICICI, Vizier, Kotak, Dominos, Birla Sunlife, L&T Infotech and many more. The professional industry has shown ready interest to absorb work ready students of CVRU, which have an inbuilt professional approach towards future.

“Education is the most powerful weapon which we can use to change the world.” We, at CVRU, focus on equipping the learners with this most powerful and potent weapon in the world. The right kind of education gives the confidence to express one’s views and opinions and it is very important if one wants to be a self-dependent person alongwith financial independence. An educated person is much more aware of the latest technologies and all the changes that are taking place in the world. Education also makes you wiser so that you can make your own decisions, plan a better future for yourself, become a good citizen and benefit your surroundings, your society and the world at large. In addition, educated and skilled students contribute to the economic growth engine of the country by many ways.

CVRU has instilled a strong faith in the fact that age, distance or any other physical inability should not hamper the purpose of education that is to reach one and all universally. This is the reason, today hundreds and hundreds of students have passed out, acquired necessary degrees and more necessarily gained knowledge of a lifetime to move ahead in life..towards a better tomorrow and a promising future. There are many are still enrolling for a better future. These large numbers are a testimony to the fact that CVRU is succeeding in its mission to provide education to the unreachable sections of the society.

Distance learning has proven very successful and made immeasurable difference in the lives of countless learners by improving their skill set and furnishing them with opportunities of self-dependence and employment.

C. V. RAMAN UNIVERSITY

CAUTION AND ALERT NOTICE NO. 2
Issued on 15/09/2015

No.:- cvru/vig/0072 Date:- 15/09/2015

Please refer to our previous notice dated 13/08/2015 which has been also posted on our website. The following new additions have been made in the list of unauthorized centres /organizations /fake websites. We have now issued notices to the following fake and mirror websites of the University, registered complaints against them at appropriate forums and getting them closed down:

Fake Web sites

  1. cvruac.in
  2. cvramanuniversity.com

We have also issued notices to the following organizations and are taking appropriate legal action against them:

  1. Shri Krishna Education & Carrier Consultancy,Ghaziabad
  2. Green Leaf Education, Delhi.
  3. Uma Mondal
  4. SAI NATH INSTITUTE PUNJAB
  5. SWAMI COLLEGE.
  6. SMH EDUCATION.
  7. SHRI GANESH EDUCATION SOCIETY (SGES)
  8. ALFATECH EDUCATION
  9. SAI VIDYAPEETH
  10. PACIFIC MULTIWORKS INDIA PVT LTD. New Delhi
  11. Neutrino Edutech Pvt. Ltd. Barasat (W.B.)
  12. R. College of distance Education, New Delhi.
  13. Ashish Anand
  14. Guru College.
  15. Active Education Group, Faridabad.
  16. SUCCESS ACADEMY
  17. CHATTU GHOSH

Although the University is taking strict legal action against all such unscrupulous elements should anyone be approached by any such person / Institution engaged in such unauthorised activities as conducting Exams or issuing Marksheets /Degrees or ‘online verification’ on behalf of the University, it should be brought to the immediate notice of the University so that necessary action can be taken against the culprits. The University will not take any responsibility for any transaction made with any of the above or any such other organizations and will in fact take strict legal action.

  1. C. V. Raman University Marksheets and Degrees are made sufficiently secure and can be easily verified by the University authorities. The University does not make any online verification. The students and General Public are once again advised to remain cautious against such fraudulent elements in the Society and report about them to the University.

The official University website is www.cvru.ac.in. The University portal can also be accessed through the CVRU sponsoring organization’s portal www.aisectonline.com. For verification of marksheets, degrees and other documents, please send them to the following address;-

Assistant Registrar (Exam.)

Dr. C. V. Raman University
Kargi Road, Kota, Bilaspur (C.G.)

CVRU Vigilance Cell

 

UGC letter

University Grants Commission
Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg
New Delhi – 110 002

Report of the UGC Expert Committee for considering the proposal of Dr. C.V. Raman University, Bilaspur (Private University) for inclusion in the list of recognized universities of the U.G.C.

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  1. Introduction

Dr. C.V. Raman University, P.O. Kargi Road, Kota, District Bilaspur (Chhattisgarh) was established as a Private University by the Government of Chhattisgarh vide its Notification No.29 of 2006 dated 3rd November, 2006. Dr. C.V. Raman University has submitted a proposal to the UGC for inclusion of its name in the list of recognized universities of the UGC. Accordingly, Chairman, UGC has constituted an expert Committee to assess the physical and academic infrastructure of Dr. C.V. Raman University, Bilaspur (Chhattisgarh).

  1. Background

Dr. C.V. Raman University has been set up by the All India Society for Electronics and Computer Technology (AISECT). The University has been named after the first Nobel Laureate of the country in the field of Science, Dr. C.V. Raman. The University is located at Kagri Road, Kota in Bilaspur district of Chhattisgarh. Dr. C.V. Raman University was notified on 3rd November, 2006 and formally inaugurated on 14th October, 2007.

Dr. C.V. Raman University is a Science, Technology and Professional Education University of Chhattisgarh having its campus at Kargi Road, Kota, Bilaspur. The University is focusing on Science and Technology Education and is running Bachelor of Engineering Programmes in Electronics and Communication, Computer Science, Information Technology and Electrical and Electronics

Engineering approved by the AICTE. The University has also introduced M.B.A. programmes from the session 2008-09 with the approval of AICTE.

Considering the local demand, the University has also set up the faculty of Education which conducts B.Ed., B.P.Ed. and M.Ed. programmes approved by the NCTE.

Among other various educational institutions run by All India Society for Electronics and Computer Technology (AISECT) are Dr. C.V. Raman University, which includes Institute of Science and Technology, College of Education, College of Physical Education and Faculties of Information Technology & Science all located at Bilaspur, SCOPE College of Engineering, SCOPE College of Education and SCOPE Postgraduate College all located at Bhopal.

AISECT has built up an online Management System for imparting training in various professional courses and also develops contents in Indian Languages. These are also being used by Dr. C.V. Raman University.

  • Objectives of the University
  • To provide instructions, teaching and training in Higher Education and make provisions for research, advancement and dissemination knowledge.
  • To create higher levels of intellectual abilities.
  • To establish state of art facilities for education and training and examination including on-line training.
  • To carry out teaching and research and offer continuing education programmes.
  • To create centres of excellence for research and development and sharing knowledge and its application.
  • To provide consultancy to the industry and public organizations.
  • To award and maintain the standard of degrees, diplomas, certificates and other academic distinctions in accordance with the norms laid down by UGC, AICTE, BCI, MCI or any other Regulatory Body.

The University is located on the Bilaspur – Amarkantak highway about 30 Kms from Bilaspur. The campus is spread over an area of 33 acres of land. The faculties and Departments are well equipped as per norms of the regulatory bodies. The Governing Body, Board of Management and other bodies of the University have been constituted and are functional.

  1. Composion of Expert Committee
  2. G.D. Yadav Chairman

Director

Institute of Chemical Technology

Matunga

Mumbai – 19

  1. Nupur Prakash                                                          Member

Dean

School of Information & Technology Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University Delhi – 110 403

  1. S. Perumalsamy                                                        Member

Department of Economics

Bharthiar University Coimbatore – 641046

  1. D.M. Sheaba Rani                                                    Member

Department of Commerce and

Management Studies Andhra University Visakhapatnam – 530 003

  1. (Mrs.) Radha Tomar Member

Professor

School of Studies in Chemistry Jiwaji University Gwalior – 474 011

Shri A.N. Sharma Deputy Secretary University Grants Commission New Delhi

The Expert Committee visited Dr. C.V. Raman University, Bilaspur on 9th and 10th November, 2009. Prior to assessment of the infrastructural and other facilities available in the University, Prof. G.D. Yadav, Chairman of the Committee and Shri A.N. Sharma, Members Secretary of the Committee briefed the Members of the Expert Committee in a meeting about the proposal of Dr. C.V. Raman University for inclusion in the list of recognized universities maintained by the UGC.

Shri S.K. Choubey, Chancellor of the University received the Members of the Expert Committee in the University Campus. After welcoming the Members of the Committee, a power point presentation was made by Shri Shailesh Pandey, Registrar of the University about the activities/programmes of the University, its aim and objectives, initiatives, organizational structure and the academic features of the University.

Prof. Yadav, Chairman of the Committee then requested the Members to visit the University and to examine the infrastructural and other facilities available and give their observations/suggestions, keeping in view the provisions in the UGC guidelines.

The Expert Committee visited various Departments of the University and also visited Labs/Workshops etc. The Committee also visited common facilities like Academic Building, Libraries, Lecture/Seminar halls, hostels, sports facilities and canteen.

V. Inspection Report

1. Name of the University with Notification No. and date of State Govt. Dr. C.V. Raman University,

GoCG Gazette Notification No. 29 of 2006. dated 3rd November 2006.

Copy enclosed as Annexure-I

2. Registered Office of the University Dr. C.V. Raman University P.O. – Kargi Road, Kota Distt. – BILASPUR (C.G.)
3. Name & Headquarters of the Society / Promoting Agency AISECT SCOPE Campus, NH-12, Hoshangabad Road, Bhopal-462026
4. Whether the Society/Agency is involved in promoting / running any other University / Institution? If yes, give details: Yes. Engineering Colleges and Institutions at Bhopal, for last 15 years. The details are given in Annexure-II
5. Territorial Jurisdiction Entire Chhattisgarh
6. Date of Visit 9th and 10th of November 2009.
7. Programmes permitted to be offered by Gazette Notification of State Govt. and its reference. Under Graduate Programmes : 08

Post Graduate Programmes : 10

Diploma/Certificate Programme : 17

Gazette Notification No. Ref. No. F3-18/2007/38, dated 29/09/2007 and No. F3-18/2006/38-2, dated 01/07/2009.

Please see details in Annexure III

8. Whether all documents requested by the Inspection Team were provided. Yes.
9. If no, what are the deficit documents (List to be Not Applicable

 

 

enclosed).
Yes

–  Governing Body

–  Board of Management

–  Academic Council

–  Finance Committee

Details are given in Annexure – IV

Whether                 administrative

authorities      like Governing

Council, Academic Council & BOS formed and minutes of their meeting produced?

10.
From Internal Accruals of the society, bank loans and student fees.

Yes

No

No

11
Source of finance and quantum of funds available –

From fees:

From State Govt.

From UGC

From other sources (details)

12. Corpus Fund of the Society/trust shown to the Inspection Team.

No
13. Statement of income & expenditure for the last 3 years (year-wise).
(i) Land documents, if shown, area of land registered in the name of the University and its location in the State.
14.
(ii) Deposits made in the name of Society/University, separately or jointly with state authorities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

15. Administrative Office details
(i) Total plinth area, 7187 sq.ft.
(ii)  Built up area.

(iii)  Separate offices for

6187 sq.ft.
Vice Chancellor 640 sq.ft.
Registrar 576 sq.ft.
Chief Finance and Accounts Officer 608 sq.ft.
Controller of Examination 640 sq.ft.
Administrative Office 928 sq.ft.
Committee Room 608 sq.ft.
Students waiting room etc. 800 sq.ft.
Others 1387 sq.ft.
16. Building details etc.
i) Permanent Admin Block – 6187.00

Faculty Block – 100771.85

Hostel Block – 17600.00

Guest House – 7400.00

131958.85 sq. ft.

(Approved Maps are enclosed as Annexure-IX)
ii) Temporary/Leased property 6200 sq.ft. (Hostel)
17. Give details of Library
(i) Covered area 6000 sq. ft.
(ii)          Number of books

(iii)         Number of journals

20,000 Nos.
(a) National 70 Nos.
(b) International 12 Nos.

 

18. Number of Classrooms, give details. 46 Nos.

Please see Annexure X for details.

19. Number of Laboratories, give details. 17 Nos.

Please see Annexure XI for details.

20. Whether students already admitted? If yes, details of courses and the number of students admitted in each course during the last three years. Yes. 572 students were admitted in 2007-08 and 1185 students were admitted in 2008-09. The current year registrations are 1687. Course wise details are given in Annexure-XII
21. Whether any Off-Campus or Study/ offshore Centre or Admission Centre/ established outside the State/ abroad. No.
22. Whether functioning of the University have been Computerized? If yes, to what extent? Yes. Admission, Accounts, Database and Examination have been computerized.
23. a) Research and Extension Facility The University’s Ph.D. Ordinances are pending with the State Govt. After their clearance Ph.D. programmes shall be undertaken. However the University is conducting M.Phil Courses and is supporting CSC programme in the area of Rural Development as a part of its extension efforts.
b)            List of Research Publications

for the last 3 years.

c)              List of ongoing research projects

with their source of funding

Not Applicable Not Applicable

 

 

Future plans for starting new courses
Proposed new courses – M.P.Ed., Civil Engineering, Bio-technology courses, Physics, Ethnic culture, Languages.
25.
Whether courses in emerging areas introduced/proposed to be introduced.
Yes, Courses in Computer Science, Insurance and Risk Management. Bio-technology and Medicinal plant technology are proposed.
26.
Whether approval of relevant statutory bodies obtained for starting professional/ courses/ increased intake.
Yes. AICTE approval for engineering and Management Programmes.

NCTE approval for B.Ed./M.Ed./ B.P.Ed. programmes.

(Approval letters are enclosed as Annexure – XIII)

Admission procedure.
27.
Through entrance examination of state Govt. and through open Ads.
28.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Education (B. Ed.)
Bachelor of Physical Education (B. P. Ed.) 25000
Master of Science in IT (M. Sc. I.T.) 12500
P.G. Diploma in

Computer

Application

8000
Bachelor of Computer Application (BCA) 8500
Diploma in Computer Application (DcA) 5000
Bachelor of Commerce in CA (B. Com. CA) 8000

Please see Annexure XIV for details.

 

29.
Examination system.
As per approved Ordinances

For PG programmes semester wise.

For UG programmes yearly.

Engg. Programmes Semesterwise.

30.
Number of sanctioned posts Professors – Readers – Lecturers.
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Whether the faculty members organized or Attended International/                   National

Conferences Workshops, if so, give details

32.
Linkages with other Institutions (National & International, give details).
The University functions through its sponsoring organization for linkages. Some of the notable organizations are NASSCOM, TiE, IL&FS and AISECT for industrial linkages. It also works with professional bodies like I.E.T.E., CEMCA (for Community Radio) and state government ministries and departments. List of local industries where interlinkages have been made is placed at Annexure-XVIlI.
33.
Yes.

Admin Staff –           43

Non-Teaching –      39

Supporting – 51

133

Details are given in Annexure-XIX

Whether Non-teaching staff appointed, if yes, give details
34.
Whether institute is following UGC Pay scales for teaching staff.
Most of the programmes run by the University are programmes approved by the regulatory bodies. Consolidated pay is given in all the faculties as per the decision of the Governing Body the University.
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36. Facilities for faculty and staff Free Transport
37. Facilities for students. Hostels, Canteen, Common Room, Outdoor Sports.
38. Sports and Games facilities with details. The University has two playgrounds for out door games. Facilities for Cricket, Football, Hockey, Athletics, Khokho, Badminton, Volleyball and other games exist. The university teams are going for Inter University Competitions.
39. Hostel facilities available, if any. Yes.

At present five rented Hostels and 100 seater permanent accommodation is available in the Hostels.

40. Other facilities available at the Institute(s), give details. Transportation, Canteen, Playground, Gymnasium, Common Room etc.

 

 

  1. Observations of the Committee
  • C.V. Raman University has been set up by the All India Society for Electronics and Computer Technology (AISECT). The University has a campus of 33 acres of land which is located in the rural area of Chhattisgarh.
  • All India Society for Electronics and Computer Technology (AISECT) is running Dr. C.V. Raman University and also other Educational Institutions located at Bhopal.
  • C.V. Raman University is financially sound to run the present programmes i.e. Management, Engineering, Information Technology, B.Ed., M.Ed. and B.P.Ed. programmes. These courses are approved by the AICTE and NCTE.
  • C.V. Raman University is the first University of the country in the name of a Scientist, the first Nobel Laureate of India in the field of Science.
  • This University has been established by following rigorous procedures enacted by the State Legislature Act vide Notification No.29 of 2006 dated 3rd November, 2006.
  • This is the first private university in the state which has been established in a tribal area for the benefit of local student population. It has been established in a remote area about 30 km. from Bilaspur and it appears that the AISECT has done this as social service without any extraneous motive. This is a corporate social responsibility of AISECT
  • The Committee’s interaction with the faculty, students and non-teaching staff indicated that they are all happy about the establishment and functioning of the university in this backward area. In the absence of such a university many of the talented students would have been deprived of an opportunity to educate not only themselves but also for the region.
  • Out of the total strength of the students nearly 70% students belong to SC/ST category and out which almost 50% are girls. This is laudable.
  • The University is two years old and currently the 3rd year batch is taking education. The teacher to student ratio is 1:16 which is alright.
  • The University has already constituted the various statutory bodies such as Governing Body, Academic Council, Board of Management and Finance Committee as per the norms of the UGC.
  • The University has also an English Language Lab facility to improve communication skills of the students with rural background.
  • Two new hostels have been constructed one for boys and another for girls.
The University is running following courses with intake capacity mentioned against each one of them
Course Intake
B.E. in Computer Science and Engineering 60
B.E. information Technology 60
B.E. in Electronic and Communication 60
B.E. in Electrical and Electronics 60
B.E. in Mechanical Engineering 60
M.Ed. 25
B.Ed. 100
B.P.Ed. 50
MBA 60
B.Com. 30
M.Sc. IT 30
BCA 1 20
PGDCA 40
DCA 30

 

 

  • The fees charged by the University are as per the government approved fees. There is a regulatory body of the State Government which monitors the fees.

VII. Suggestions of the Committee if any.

  • There is a need to have a Central Library in a separate building, not withstanding the fact that the University has two libraries housing about 20000 books and 82 national/international journals.
  • There is a need to have a separate Examination wing which should be headed by a regular Controller of Examinations.
  • Nomenclature used to designate the current departments / Institute/College as Dr. C.V. Raman department / Institute/College gives an impression that these are separate Institutes without any connection with Dr. C.V. Raman University and is misleading. No such nomenclature should be used and they should be called Departments of the University with their respective disciplines.
  • There is a necessity to have a Health Centre along with a Doctor and a Nurse on the campus.
  • The University should have a regular bank with ATM facility.
  • The laboratory manuals should be maintained in all laboratories.
  • The University should have a well furnished ladies common room.
  • Every faculty member should be provided with individual computer, internet facility and intercom.
  • The timetable should have a proper sports period for outdoor or indoor games during the University hours before students depart for home.
  • A proper indoor games facilities need to be created.
  • The employees should be paid according to proper pay scales prescribed by the State Government /UGC.
  • Information Technology Department and B.Ed. Department should be housed in a proper building.
  • Computer labs should have campus wide networking, UPS and client server networking.
  • Licensed software should be made available.
  • Academic Council of the University should have eminent academician from other universities.
  • The University should have a Central auditorium with a seating capacity of 2000.
  • Some of the faculty members do not have the prescribed qualification for the specific position and the University should take steps to appoint qualified faculty in consonance with the qualifications of UGC/AICTE. For higher position Ph.D. should be made mandatory. This will enable the University to undertake doctoral programmes.
  • In the department of Computer Science & Engineering and Electrical & Electronics Engineering, a lecturer has been appointed as HOD. This is not acceptable as per UGC or AICTE norms and a senior person with Ph.D qualification needs to be appointed as HOD in each department.

VII. Recommendations of the Expert Committee

Keeping in view the observations, the Expert Committee observed that Dr. C.V. Raman University fulfills minimum criteria in terms of programmes, faculties, infrastructure facilities and financial viability as laid down by the UGC. The Expert Committee recommends that Dr. C.V. Raman University, Bilaspur (Chhattisgarh) be included under the list of recognised State (Private Universities) by the UGC under its Act.

Signatures of the members of the Expert Committee.

(Prof. D.M. Sheaba Rani)               (Dr. (Mrs.) Radha Tomar)                    (Shri A.N. Sharma)

Member                                             Member                                   Member Secretary

10th November, 2009 Bilaspur (Chhattisgarh)

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    I am thinking to do bca in open university, I want to write upsc exam. By doing UG in CV raman open university,am i eligible to apply for upsc exams. Pls let me know as soon as possible.

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