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CONFIDENTIAL University Grants Commission Mathura Road, New Delhi prooeedings of the 48th meeting of the University Grants Commission held in New Delhi on the 3rd April, 1963. The following were present; 1. Prof. D.S.Kbthari 2. Shri S.R.Das 3• Dr• A* C•Jo shi 4. Shri D.-C.Payate 5. P t .' H'.N.iainzru 6. prof. A.R. .Wadia 7. Shri B. Shiva Rao 8. Shri P.N.Kirpal 9. Shri V.T-. D^lhejia 10. Dr. p.J.Philip Seoretariat; 1. Dr. V.S. patanlcar 2. Shri R. K. Chhabr a Chairman Member Secretary Development Officer(S) Assistant Secretary. Item 1; To receive the mihutes of the meeting, of the Commission held on 6th March, ,1963. » •• - The minutes,^f the 47th meetir^g of the University Grants Commission held oh the 6th March 1963, already circulAted, were confirmed. Item 12; On a request from the University, the Commission agreed that Zoology also may be approved as a subsj-diary subject for the B.Sc.(Hons) course subject to there being a reasonable demand for this course. * ,, Ltem 2; To receive a report of action taken on cerpajh matters 0 « e ^ ^ The Commission co^irmed the action taken' on the items listed in Appendix r of these minutes. In regard to items 20 and 21, the Commission desired that a statement indicating the grants paid and the duration of the stay of the teachers who have been given travel grants to attend learned/professional conferences outside 'India be placed befo.re the Commission for information's Item 3; TO receive a statement-of grants paid and expenditure incurred after the last meeting'of the Commission held on 6th March, 1963. The Comission approved the grants paid/sanctioned and the expenditure incurred as shown in Appendix II*of th'ese minutes. Item 4; To receive a statement of grants paid by the U.G.C. during 196^-63 upto the end of February 196^. • • *'The Commission noted that the funds placed at its disposal during 1962-63 for plan schemes(other than Engin- eering and Technology) have been fully utilized. * Not enclosed 5^ • • • ♦jv

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CONFIDENTIAL

U n iversity Grants Commission Mathura Road, New Delhi

prooeedings o f the 48th meeting o f the U n iversity Grants Commission held in New Delhi on the 3rd A p r il, 1963.

The fo llow in g were present;

1. P ro f. D.S.Kbthari2. Shri S.R.Das 3• Dr• A* C•Jo shi4. Shri D.-C.Payate5. P t . ' H'.N.iainzru6. p ro f. A.R. .Wadia7. Shri B. Shiva Rao8. Shri P .N .K irpal9. Shri V.T-. D^lhejia

10. Dr. p .J .P h ilip

Seoretaria t;

1. Dr. V.S. patanlcar2. Shri R. K. Chhabr a

ChairmanMember

Secretary

Development O ffic e r (S ) Assistant Secretary.

Item 1 ; To rece ive the mihutes o f the meeting, o f the Commission held on 6th March, ,1963.

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- The minutes,^f the 47th meetir^g o f the U n iversity Grants Commission held oh the 6th March 1963, already c ircu lA ted , were confirmed.

Item 12; On a request from the U n ivers ity , the Commission agreed that Zoology also may be approved as a subsj-diary subject fo r the B.Sc.(Hons) course subject to there being a reasonable demand fo r th is course. * ,,

Ltem 2; To rece ive a report o f action taken on cerpajh matters0 « e ^

The Commission co^irm ed the action taken' on the items l is te d in Appendix r o f these minutes. In regard to items 20 and 21, the Commission desired that a statement ind ica ting the grants paid and the duration o f the stay o f the teachers who have been given tra v e l grants to attend learned/professional conferences outside 'India be placed befo.re the Commission fo r information's

Item 3; TO rece ive a statement-of grants paid and expenditure incurred a fte r the la s t m eeting 'o f the Commission held on 6th March, 1963.

The Com ission approved the grants paid/sanctioned and the expenditure incurred as shown in Appendix I I * o f th'ese minutes.

Item 4; To rece ive a statement o f grants paid by the U.G.C. during 196^-63 upto the end o f February 196^.

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*'The Commission noted that the funds placed at i t s d isposal during 1962-63 fo r plan schemes(other than Engin­eering and Technology) have been fu l ly u t i l iz e d .

* Not enclosed 5• • • ♦ jv

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Item 5; 'To consider a reference from the M inistry o f Education regarding' se ttin g up o f a National In s titu te o f Rural Higher Education.

There was considerable discussion about the subject.I t v/as generally f e l t that in the pattern o f higher education the type o f rural higher education as envisaged in the Radha- krisiinan Commission's Report should find an important p lace.I t appeared somewhat doubtful i f the Institu tes o f Rural Higher Ecucation as at present constituted and organized were ade­quately meeting the country's need in th is f i e ld o f higher education.

The Commission desired that a " fa c t- fin d in g " commit- tee"may be appointed to go into the organisation, standard, scope and content o f the education imparted by the institutions^- The ‘Committee should also consider the lines o f future develop­ment o f the Rural Institu tes in order to achieve the aims and ob jects o f rura l higher education as recommended by the Radhakrisiinan .Commission and also feaking in to account the Go\mtry's present needs and specia l circumstances.

Item 6: To receive the views o f the U n ivers ities on thequestion o f placing on a permanent basis the teach­ing posts sanctioned under the Five Year plans in

• the d iffe ren t u n ive rs itie s .

The Commission noted the rep lie s received from the d iffe ren t u n ive rs ities .

Item 7; To consider the suggestions made by the Informal Consultative Committee o f Members o f Parliament on Education. • "

• • •VThe Commission noted the recommendations made by

the Informal Consultative Committee o f Members o f P a r lia ­ment on Education and desired that a su itable rep ly be sent to the M inistry of Education in regard to the. suggestions.

Item 8; To consider the le t te r received from the M inistry o f Education regarding the recommendation o f the f i r s t A l l India Sports 'Congress in respect o f the employment o f coaches trained by the National In s titu te o f Sports by the U n ivers ities and Colleges.

The Commission agreed to contribute 5Q.% o f the expenditure during 'the current Plan period in respect o f appointment Df coaches trained by the Hatiohal In s titu te o f Sports appointed in the U niversities^ t-he remaining r, 50/1 being met by the university/State Government.

Item 9; To consider a note -.regarding the basis o f -admis­sion to the Engineering College at Banaras Hindu U n iversity.

The Commission v/as o f the view that admissions to various courses in the Central U n ivers ities should be made on an A ll- In d ia b a s is ,and merit should be the primary con­sideration fo r adm'issions. I f a quota system is to be introduced, i t should be based on equitable consideiations and should not lead to any lovrering o f standards. The .Com­mission, in th is connection, did not favour the ■ state.wise quota system as' at present adopted by the Banaras Hindu U n iversity, The p ractice o f reserving seats fo r the wards o f the employees o f the University also was'not approved by

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the, Somiiiission

Item IQ;, To consider a proposal from the Banaras Hindu U n iversity fo r the establishment o f an Exten­sion Wing at the College o f Agricu lture.

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The Commission desired that more d e ta ils regarding the proposal should be obtained from.the u n ivers ity and the matter brought up again at a la te r date.

item 11: To consider a reference from the Visva-BharatiU n ivers ity regarding the future o f the Rural In s titu te , Srlhiketah^'i-n

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The Commission accepted in p rin c ip le the proposal o f V isva-Bhafati to take over the Rural In s titu te estab lish ­ed at Sriniketan fo r which assistance is being given by th e■ Central Government and desired that necessary d e ta ils in th is behalf may be in v ited from the u n ivers ity .

Item 12: To consider a proposal from the A ligarh MuslimU n iversity fo r the appointment o f a professor o f Sanskrit.

The Commission approved the creation -of a post o f professor o f Sanskrit at the Muslim U n ivers ity , A ligarh.

Item 13; To rece ive a note from the Delhi U n iversity that no new co llege w i l l be opened during 1963-64 in the l ig h t o f the communication from the planning Commission.

The Commission noted the view expressed by the Delhi U n ivers ity in regard to the establishment o f new co lleges in Delhi-during 1963-64 and desired that the u n ivers ity be requested to intimate how i t was proposed to meet add itiona l demands fo r admission during the year.

Item 14; To further consider the proposal., o f the GujaratU n ivers ity to name the U n iversity L ibrary building a fte r the deceased mother o f a donor.

The Commission re ite ra ted the e a r lie r decision taken that the need o f the situation may be adequately.mat by pro­vid ing a su itab le plaque. announcing the donation made ,by the donor.

Item 15; To consider the recommendations o f A .I.C .T .E .regarding the increase in intake o f the College o f Engineering and Technology, A ligarh Muslim Uni­v e rs ity from 120 to 240 and fo r provision o f sepa­rate laboratories and workshops fo r the U n iversity Polytechnic.

• • •NThe Commission accepted the recommendations o f the

A .I.C .T .E . and sanctioned the fo llow ing grants -to be paid as and when necessary:-

,p.4/-

1, Bu ild ingg^ lin th .area 58,043 s f t . ) Equipment etc;

A* College o f Engineering and Teclinolop::Non-Recurring

Total N.R.

I I . Recurring Maintenance

HostelEstimated cost fo r 450 students

BgUniv.ersity Polytechnic Nonr^recurring

Building fo r Laboratories & Workshops

Equipment including Library and- fu rn itu re.

T o ta l•

8 ,10 ,7009 ,75 ,250

17 ,85 ,950

6,20 ,5501 ,00 ,000

7,20 ,550

13l

,98 ,600

2,53 ,900'

io ,26 ,100

12 ,80 ,000

In th is connection the Commission desired that the u n ivers ity be requested to economise on the construction o f buildings as far as possib le, and that an independent assessment o f the building requ ire­ments o f the U n iversity fo r the, present schemes be made.

Item 16; To consider the recommendations o f theA .I.G .T .E . regarding add itional recurring-- grant fo r the degree course in Architecture at the U n iversity o f RSiorkee;-

The Commission, accepted the recommendation of the A .I.C .T .E . and sanctioned an additional recurring grant o f Rs, 10,000 per annum ( being-.SO^ o f the; recurring expenditure, o f Rs. 20,000)' -to the Roorkee, U n iversity fo r maintenance o f the Degree Course in Architecture.-

/I tern 17; To consider the recommendations-.of the A .I.C .T .E .

regarding the introduction o f the 5-year integrated degree course in Chemical Engineering at 'the Laxminarayan In s titu te o f Technology, Nagpur and fo r ra is ing the admission capacity at the In stitu te .

The Commission accepted the recommendations- o f theA .I.C .T .E . and sanctioned the fo llow ing grants to be paid to- Nagpur U n iversity fo r the introduction o f the 5-year ’ in tegrated degree course at the Laxminarayan In s titu te o f Technology, Nagpur;-

Approvedcost.

A.Non-recurring

U. G.C.* s share 50^

i ) Buildings,(17050 s f t . plinth).

2,48,270 1,24,135

11) Equipment 2,03,000 1,01,500i i i ) Furniture 20 ,000 10,000

iv ) Library 20,000 10,000

,p.5/-

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Students, ^ en i,t ie s

i ) Canteen(1000 s f t . p lin th )

i i ) U tensils and furn iture fo r Canteen(if i t is • run by a student co­operative)

i i i ) Cycle Shed

iv ) Water Cooler

Tota l N.R.

B. Recurring (add ition a l u ltim ate, gross)

13,500 6,750

1,500 750

2,000 1,000

2,500 1,250

5,10,770 2 ,55,365 ,/

2,08,338 1,04,169 p .a .

Loan

i ). i i )i i i )iv )

Hostel fo r 60 students Rs. 1,64,052Servants Quarters fis. 18,900Warden Quarters Rs, 19,272Furniture Rs. 12,000

Total (Loan) 2,14,224

Item 18; To consider th© recommendations o f the A »I.C .T .E .regarding starting o f Management Courses at Kerala and Osmania U n ive rs it ies .

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The Commission accepted the recommendations o f theA .I-C .T .E . and sanctioned the fo llow ing grants to the uni­v e rs it ie s o f Kerala and Osmania fo r starting the Management Courses^-

Non-Recurring Recurring

Kerala Univer­s ity .

Osmania Univer­s ity .

Approved U .G .C .'s Approved cost. 1 share cost.

3,36,000 1,68,000 1,50,000

86,000 86,000 69,000

U.G.G.»sshare

75,000

34,500

In th is connection the Commission desired that a d eta iled note may be prepared regarding the Management Cour­ses provided in the u n ive rs itie s fo r i t s consideration.

Item ,19; To consider the reports o f the V is it in g Committees appointed to assess the development naeds o f (a ) Vitcram U n ivers ity , (b) Jabalpur U n iversity and ( c) Punjabi U n iversity during the Third F ive Year plan

, period. ,• • •

The Commission accepted the recommendations o f the V is it in g Committees and agreed to pay i t s share o f the grants as deta iled in Appendix I I I .

} • I t Vas suggested that u n ive rs itie s be advised tq g ive a higher p r io r ity fo r the appointment o f teachers and provision o f books and equipment and a lower p r io r ity to con­struction o f buildings^ which may be put up p re ferab ly in sta-* ges in accordance, with actual, needs.

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Item 20; To oonsider the question whether the,\ilig^rh Muslim U n iversity be given assistance in fu l l by the Gom-

, mission towards the expenditure o f Rs. 8.5 lakhsapproved for construction o f the Physics Laboratory build ing, waiving the condition regarding the U n ivers ity 's contribution o f Rs. 4,37,582.

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The Commission received the factua l report prepared by the goiomlttee and desired .that-She committee.naaLr.-furthsr lobk in to ' the"metter with a view, to-making derinite-.-resommen- datio&s-.,. and-in the-.mban'time’ho addit.'T ona‘>- grants be-.m ,de to--the u n ivers ity towards'-the'-bostn o f the" build ing. b.L , . . „ ............... t n . . . . : ........ ....

Item 21j To oonsider the report o f the V is it in g Committee * •appointed to examine and assess the requirements o f the Punjab U n iversity fo r starting Honours^ and Postgraduate courses in basic Medical Science.

This item was withdrawn.

Item 22; To consider a proposal from the Asia Foundation " fo r g iv ing assistance to u n ive rs itie s towards

the purchase o f books, equipment, e tc . from the do lla r area.

The Commission postponed the consideration o f th is item pending the rece ip t o f fu l le r information.

Item 23; To consider the question o f assistance the------------- Central Government may render in the event o f a

U n iversity in a State being forced to close down.

The Commission authorized the Chairman to take such action as may be necessary fo r meeting any emergency that may arise consequent upon the closing down o f any u n ivers ity .

Item 24; To note the date and place o f the next meeting be held in May, 1963.

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I t was noted that the next meeting o f the Com­mission w i l l be held on the 1st o f May 1963.

Addl.Item 1; To consider a proposal from the Indian School o f In ternational Studies regarding the f ix a ­tion o f the salary o f the V is it in g Professor in Economics.

The Commission accepted the proposal o f the Indian School o f In ternational Studies fo r the appoint­ment o f V is it in g Professor in Economics on Rs. 1300/- p.m, fo r a period o f three years.

Addl.Item i: To rece ive the Audit Reports on the Annual Accounts o f the U n iversity Grants Commission fo r the years 1958-59 to 1961-62 as placed before Parliament.

This was noted.

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Addl.Item I I I » To consider the d e s ira b ility o f u t i l is in g the ' non-recurring grants made to co lleges under

, the three year degree course scheme within a maximum period o f four years.

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. • The Commission agreed that, the non-recurring grants should also be u t i l iz e d by u n ivers ities ' and co lleges within a period o f four,years fo r the implementation o f the three-year degree course scheme.

Addl.Item IV: To consider a proposal to set up a 'p oo l o f teachers' ( smmewhat on the lin es o f theC .S .I.R . pool o f s c ie n t is ts ).

The Commission noted 'that the C .S .I.R . was maintaining a pool o f sc ien tis ts fo r appointments in various spec ia lised f ie ld s and desired^that the C*S.I«R . be requested to make these experts ava ilab le fo r appointment in univer­s it ie s/ co lleges . A fu l le r note in regard to setting up of such a pool fo r Humanities and S oc ia l Sciences may be placed before the Commission at a la te r date.

Addl.Item V; To consider a proposal f o f g iv in g fin an c ia l assistance to s c ie n t i f ic workers/teachers in the u n ive rs it ie s fo r undertaking research or learned work.

The Commission accepted the proposal fo r g iv in g fin a n c ia l assistance to u n ivers ity and co llege teachers engaged in research or learned work, both in the f i e ld o f basic sciences and humanities and soc ia l sciences.

Addl.Item V I{ To consider the report o f the committee appoin­ted in connection with the proposal to declare Gujarat Vidyapeeth as a U n iversity under Sec­tion 3 o f the U.G.C. Act,

The Commission received the report o f the Committee appointed in connection with the proposal to declare Gujarat Vidyapeeth as a .u n ivers ity under Section 3 o f the U.G.C. Act and agreed to recommend to the Central Government that Gujarat Vidyapeeth be deemed as a u n ivers ity under Section 3 o f the U.G.C. Act fo r a period o f three years in the f i r s t instance in respect o f the bachelor's degree courses provided, by i t in Socia l Sciences, T riba l Welfare and Teacher Training.

In th is connection i t was noted that the medium o f instruction at the Vidyapeeth was Gujarati. The Commission desired that the Vidyapeeth be advised to augment', the fa c i­l i t i e s fo r admission of students from a l l over Ind ia. Further,

'the teaching o f English should be adequately strengthened to enable the students to make e f fe c t iv e use o f books in English in the area o f th e ir study and to be able to express themsel­ves reasonably w e ll. I t was also noted that the organ isational set up o f the Vidyapeeth would requ ire some m odifications as broadly indicated in the report, in accordance with the usual p ractice in the u n ive rs it ie s .

Addl.Item V II: To consider the proposal o f the Visva-Bharati ’ ^ regarding the rev is ion o f scales o f pay o f

Assistant Lecturers and Instructors.

The Commission agreed that the revised scales

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o f pay including dearness allowance o f Assistant Lecturers and Instructors in Visva-Bharati be as fo llow ss-

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Assistant Lecturers

Instructors

Rs. 275-15-350-20-650

Rs.l75-10r275-15-425

Addl.ltem To consider a request from Shri S.Mathairegarding repayment o f car loan advanced ■to him by the U.G.G.

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' The Commission regretted (under ex istin g rules)i t s in a b ility to accept the request o f Siiri S.Mathai.

Addl.ltem IX To consider a reference from the Delhi U n iversity fo r the establishment o f Depart­ment o f Geology and the In s titu tion ofB.Sc.(Hons.) and M.Sc. courses in that department.

Consideration o f th is item was postponed.

Addl.ltem XO: To nominate a representative o f the U.G.C. on the Council and the Court o f the Indian In s titu te o f Science, Bangalore.

The Commission desired that Shri D.C.Pavate may be requested to be the representative o f the Commission on the Court and Council o f the Indian In s titu te o f Science, Bangalore Vice Shri S.Mathai.

Addl.ltem X I; To consider a reference from the M inistry o f Education regarding the payment o f the rent by the Government o f India fo r the o f f ic e accommodation in the U.G.C. building tempo­r a r i ly placed at th e ir disposal.

The Commission desired that the question o f charging rent from the M inistry o f Education fo r 'accommo­dation in the U.G.C. building temporarily placed at i t s disposal be decided by the Chairman in consultation with Shri Dehejia and Shri K irpal.

Sd/-’ P .J .Ph ilip ( Secretary■

Sd/- D.S.Kothari Chairman .

Univers-i-ty- Grants Co:

3rd ifii.pTil 1963

rTO' >Tmm)Mrev-gi on certa in ms

Report- o f actlon ' taken :ers .

I . Kajjaatak.UnlvQrsity„-__Hl£h_er_Bdu.Qatlpn and " Research Development Schemes (Humanities) - •'Xo.r the. Third Five Year Plan - Creatlon'.o^ add itiona l teaching posts.

The Commission vide Resolution No. 22 dated the 7th February, 1962 approved the appointments o f one. Reader and one Lecturer fo r the department o f Education and one P ro fessor, one Reader and.one Lecturer fo r the department o f Soc io logy including Anthropology o f the Karnatak U n iversity under the Thifd Fiye Year Plan..

On the request o f; the-U n ivers ity , the creation o f the foliowi-ng': posts has been: Approved, subject to the condition that the-expenditure (to be-'bofna.by the. Commission) is kept' w ithin 10% o f the to ta l a llocation , already approved by theCommission fo r the Third Five Year Plain period.

Department ' Designation - Befflarks,

(a ) Bducatioh.'; Pro fessor 1 Commission’ s @ 50^

(b ) Sociology Lecturer 1 1100^- 5

Research 1 5-Assistant 5

share

The above approval was communicated to the U n iversity in th is o f f ic e le t t e r No. F. l-44/61(H) dated the 18.1.63.

2) Karnatak U n iversity - Development Schemes under Third Five Year. Plan_.r. Need f o r a museum fo r the department o f Indian H istory & Culture.

At the request o f Karnatak U n ivers ity , the Commission approved the constructiqn o f a. museum build ing at -50 o f the estimated cost of'Es. 2.50 lakhs in connection with the depart­ment o f H is to ry . (v id e th is o f f ic e l e t t e r No. F. l-44/61(H) dated 28.12,62). ' • ,

3) Marathwada U n iversity - Creation of_a....newiipiost o f Reader in A gricu ltu ra l and Co-operative.Economics.

The Marathwada U n iversity being situated in a predominantly agricu ltu ra l regions approached the Coramission fq r the creation o f a post o f Reader in Agricu ltu ra l and Co-operative Economics in the U n ive rs ity in 'addition to the posts already approved by the Commission under the Third Five Year Plan.

The creation o f a post o f Reader fo r A gricu ltu ra l Economics in ’ the department o f . Ecohomics .waS'approved subjocb to .the condition that the add itional expenditure involved w;k met 'out o f-th e to ta l; ^llo'ca,tion approved by the CommiS'Sibn- the Third Five Year Plan period. The- s b'ove approval was, communicated to the .Universi-ty in’ th is o f f ic e le t t e r No. F .l- 13/6KH) dated 2.11.62. ■* .

p . t . c .

4) Development o f Postgraduate Education Ina f f i l ia t e d colleges - Construction o f Library building o f C.M. College, Kottayam (Kerala U n ive rs ity )«

The proposal o f C.M. College, Kottayam fo r the construction o f a Library building was approved at an estimated cost o f Rs. 2,55,000/- (NR),

« 'The plans and estimates amounting to Es. 2,55,000/-

c e r t i f ie d by the Engineer o f the Keral^ U n iversity were accepted and approved subject to the condition that the Commission's share would be lim ited to Rs. 1,00,000/- only in th is o f f ic e le t t e r No. F. 50-22/62(H) dated’ 15,1,63.

5. Varanaseva Sanskrit University - Construction o f a Library build ing.

The proposal o f the Varanaseya Sanslcrlt Univer­s ity , Varanasi fo r construction^of a U n iversity lib ra ry building was o r ig in a lly examined by a committee which recommended a sum not exceeding Rs, 10,00,000/- fo r the purpose.

In view pf the urgency o f the scheme, approval o f the Commission to the construction o f a lib ra ry build­ing, in p rin c ip le , at an estimated expenditure o f Rs. 8,00,000/- was communicated to the U n iversity in th is o f f ic e le t t e r No. F. 51-28/59(H) dated 23.2.63.

6. Marathwada University - Construction o f University L ibrary bu ild ing.

The Commission, vide Resolution 28 dated the 5/6th July, 1961 accepted the proposal o f the Marathwada U niversity fo r the construction o f a Library building at an estimated cost o f Rs. 12,00,000/-, but desired that the cost be reduced by a reduction in the stacking space provided The estimates submitted by the U n iversity have been approved at a to ta l cost o f Rs. 8,60,998/- (on the basis o f the tendered c o s t ) . The share o f the Commission @ 66- fo o f the above cost w i l l be lim ited to Rs. 5,73,998/-. The above approval has been conveyed vide th is o f f ic e le t t e r No. F. 66-2/60(H) dated 18.3.1963.

7) Mysore U n iversity - Establishment o f a Printing- Press in the U n iversity.

The Commission vide Resolution No. 26 o f 5th/6th July, 1961 agreed to the continuation o f the scheme fo r establishment/improvement o f Printing Presses during the Third Five Year Plan. The scheme o f Mysore U niversity .for the-establishment o f a Prin ting Press at an estimated cost o f Rs. 1,81,000/- has been accepted, in ’ p r in c ip le ' fo r implementation under the Third Plan. The approval o f the scheme has been conveyed in th is o f f ic e le t t e r No. F. 7-3/ 62(H) dated 14.3.1963.

8) Publication o f research works including doctorate theses.

At the request o f the U n ivers ities , the U.G.C. paid grants towards the publication o f the fo llow ing ■ research works including doctorate theses as under:-

U n iversity Description o f Total amount the thesis approved fo r

payment byU.G.C.

Visva-Bharati "Bharatiya r\r rs/Univorsity. Sakti Sadhana" 8,000/-

by Upend.ra Kumar

Amount No. & date- sanctioned o f the le t t e r

F. 2-20/62(1-1) Rs. 1,000/- datedj 20.2.63

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Vikraa.. Uni-,,,. l...!!T)ae Anavil vers ity . ....

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No. F.2-24/62(H) p t; 22.2.63-...... Brahmins;

a Sociology .study" by Dr.Y.B. Naik

& . 6 i 5 m / ^ ,r<5, 3 52. "The Ethics o f X

Gita" by Dr. XG.W, Kaweeshwar X

t .9) Extension work by U n iversity toachers

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At the request o f the U n ivers ity , the Commission made grants towards the implementation o f the scheme o f extension v/ork by U n iversity teachers?

U n iversity Total U.G.G.cost share Rs. Rs.

Grant No. '& date ofsanctioned le t te r

Rs.'

Panjab 10,000/- 5,000/- 2,465,17 No. F. 41-9/58(H)U n iversity (By adjustment) Dt; 12,3,1963.

10) Sacred, Books o f east series, o r ig in a lly • ed ited by P ro f. F. Max Muller.

At the request o f the U n ive rs it ies , the U.G.C. paid grants towards the purchase o f Vol. No. 34,38 & 48 o f Sacre<J- books o f east series o r ig in a lly edited by P ro f.

■ F. M aX 'M ul le r . The c o s t o f one volume i s Rs. 17/- ( i . e .Rs'. 15/- the price o f one volirne plus Rs. 2/- as postage, packing e tc . per volume).

U n iversitv No., o f yolumes

1 ”

Tota l ‘ aubroved

cost Rs.

U.G.C's share Rs •

Grantsanctioned ..........

Rs, --

Allahabad 9 153 153 153, F. 12-1/62(H) dated; 4,3,63

Madras • 27 459 459 459 F. 12-2/62CH) dated; 4.3.63

Roorkee 3 • 51 51 .. 51 F. 12-3/6a(H) dated; 28.2,63

Vikram 20 ■340 340 340 F. 12-4/62(H) dated; 4,3.63

Utkal 5 85 '85 85 F. 12-5/62(H) dated; 28.2,63

Bihar . 3 51 51 51 F. 12-6/62(H) dated; 28,2.63

Jadavpur 2 ' 34 34 34 ’ F. 12-7/62(H) dated; 4.3.63

Saugar 10 170 170 170 F. 12-8/62(H)

Ludknow 6 102 102 102 F. 12-9/62(H) dated; 8,3.63

Marathwada • 13 ■ 221 221 221 F. 12-10/62(H) dated; 8.3.63

S.N.D.T.Women' s U n iversity

■ 4 68 68 68 F. 12-11/62(H) dated; 8,3.63

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Sau/ iar University - Grant-in-aid fo r the construct­ion o f eoctenslon to the Geology Laboratory Bulldln ’

11)

On tho recommendations o-f tho V is it in g Committs^ appointed fo r the purpose o f assessing the requirements o f tihe Saugar University fo r the Third Five Year Plan, the Commission at it s meeting hold on 7th March, 1962 approved an expenditure o f Rs. 50,000/- (Commission's 2/3rd share cf Rs, 33,333/-) fo r the construction o f an extension to the Geology Laboratory bu ild ing. '’On the receip t from the Saugar University o f development schemes under 70% a llo ca tion , the Commission agreed to the implementation o f schemes amounting to Rs. 19,58,500/- re la ting to the development o f Science Departments during the Third Plan pnriod. . The proposal re ferred to above was not included in tho to ta l amount of Rs. 19,58,500/-.

In January, 1963 the Registrar, Saugar University informed that'-additional accommodation was urgently required fo r the Geology Departmon,t in view o f the fa c t that the Commission had already agreed to fo r the establishment o f a Centre o f Mvancod Studies in Geology and, th erefore, requested the Commission that tho University may be permitted to implement the proposal re la tin g -to the construction o f extension to the Geology Laboratory bu ild ing. Keeping.in view the urgency o f th is proposal, the University was permitted on 18th February,1963 to implement tho scheme re la tin g to the construction o f exten-

usion to the Geology Laboratory building at an estimated cost o f Rs.. 50,000/- (Commission's 2/3rd share being Rs. 33,333/-). The to ta l assistance from the Commission required during the Third Five Year Plan period fo r development schemes o f the Science Departments thus increased from Rs, 19,58,500/- to Rs. 19,91,833/-.

12) Ra.iasthan-University - Grant-In-ald fo r the purchase'' o f Library Books and Journals fo r the Post-graduate Medical teaching and research at S.M.S. Modical College. Jaipur. 1

During tho Second Five Year Plan, the lommission paid a. grant o f Rs. 39,000/- to tho Rajasthan University fo r

■the purchase o f Library books and journals on medical subjects.

In March, 1963 the P rin c ipa l, S.M.S. Medical College, Jaipur, requested the Commission to sanction further grants fo r the purpose fo r the Third Five Year Plan period. Considering that the post-graduate teaching and research work at th is

■ College is d ire c t ly under tho control o f the Rajasthan Uni­v e rs ity , sanction was accordod to a grant o f Rs. 25,000/- to the U n iversity on 15th March, 1963 fo r the purchase o f lib ra ry books and journals on medical subjects required byS.M.S. Medical College, Jaipur.

■ 13) Osmania University - Grant-in-aid fo r tho purchase.' o f Library Books and Journals fo r the Post-graduate

medical teaching and, research at Osmania Modical College, Hyderabad (Dn.)

During the Second Five Year Plan, the Commission paid a grant o f Rs. 80,000/- to the Osmania University fo r the purchase o f Library books and journals on medical sub jects,

. jin January, 1963 tho P rin c ipa l, Osmania Medical •C ollege, Hyderabad (Dn.) requested the Commission to sanction further grants fo r the purpose fo r the Third Five Year Plan period. Considering that th is College

• is d ire c t ly under the control o f the Osmania U n iversity, sanction was accorded to a grant o f Rs. 25,000/- to the U n iversity on 4th March, 1963 fo r the purchase o f lib ra ry books and journals on medical subjects required by .the Osmania Modical Collogo, Hyderabad (Dn.)

■ ~J>14) Jodhpur U n iversity - .L llocatlon o f amouni ______

' the purchase o f lib ra ry books and .journals^(SgIStTgunder the Third Five Year Plan.

The U n iversity Grants Commission decided (v id e Addl,Item 2 dated the 2nd August, 196l) that during the Third Five Year Plan period some 5tdho(t..grants may be a lloca ted to Univer­s it ie s fo r the purchase o f l ib ra ry books and journals to meet the basic needs o f the U n iversity . Accordingly an amount o f Ps. 1,00jOOO/- has been a lloca ted to Jodhpur U n iversity during the Third Plan period fo r the purchase o,f lib ra ry books and journals on Science subjects vide th is o f f ic e le t t e r No. F. 23-20/ 61(3) dated 16.2.1963.

15) S ri Venkatosvara U n iversity - Grant-in-aid fo r students amenities in the U n iversity College o f Engineering. T lrupatl - Provlsipn o f water coo le rs .

The Commission at it s meeting held on 26th A p r il 1961 accepted the recommendations o f A .I.C .T .E . fo r providing students amenities in Technical In s titu tion s .

Accordingly on rece ip t o f a proposal from S ri Venkateswara U n ivers ity , an expenditure o f Rs. 12,000/- (to be shared on 50:50 basis) was approved fo r the purchase o f three water coolers fo r the U n iversity College o f Engineering, T iru pati,

16) - Patna U n iversity - Construction o f men students’ hostel

in the Commission’ s meeting held on 6,12,1961 i t was reported (Resolution 2 ( V l j that as the patna U n iversity could -not •take ac tive steps to implement the scheme fo r the construction o f hostel fo r 451 men students approved at a to ta l cost o f Rs. 15,97-,000/- in July 1960, the scheme be cancelled and the U n iversity informed accordingly.

The Universi-ty .has now approached the Commission fo r re v iva l o f the scheme as they are now in a position to take up the work in hand. .The proposal has been accepted and the Uni-v v e rs ity informed accordingly.

17) Baroda U niversity - Third H all o f Residence fo r Women Students.

The Baroda U niversity suggested to name the Third H all Q.f Residence fo r Women students bea,ng b u ilt with the fin an c ia l assistance from the Commission as, ''Pandita Gargi H a ll ’ - a fte r -the name o f i'andita Gargi a famous learned lady o f the Upanishada 'period. The suggestion has been approved.

18) Visva-Bharatl - Construction o f Hostel fo r lOQ- women students o f the San^lt Bhavana and other Bhavanas.

The Commission- in th e ir meeting held on 14/15th A p r il 1958 approved the construction o f a hostel fo r 100 women students o f the Sangit Bhavana and other. Bhavanas of the Visva-Bharati at a cost o f Rs. 3,00,000/-. As the U n iversity could not undertake the implementation o f the scheme, the same was cancelled.

The U niversity has now intimated that they are in urgent need o f hostel accon-imodation and have also intimated the unavoidable circumstances under which they could not implement the scheme.

As .the U n iversity is now in a position to implement the scheme, the same has beori revived .

19) Deshbandhu College - starting .of Bengali in B.A(Pass)Course from the Academic Year 1960-61.

Sx-Post-Facto sanction has been accorded to the proposal o f the Delhi U n iversity to permit-Deshbandhu College to teach Bengali to the B.A. (Pass) Classes with e f fe c t from 1960-61.

20 ) A'llkarh MusXlia..MivQralfc:_-.XrProfessor Mchd . Shafi A -Hc-ad o f the Dflpc?wrtn.ant P j_ Geography - Renuest f o r .

P ro f. MoM, Shafij Head o f the Department o f , Geography o f ' A ligarh Muslim U n iversity has been in v ited to preside over at the Applied Geography section o f XK In ten ia tiona l Geographical Congress to be held in- London in July, 1964. Sanction'has been accorded to the payment o f 'a grant o f R3,3,800/- to the A ligarh Muslim University equivalent to the return a ir passage from Delhi 'to London (by economy c lass ) and 1st Class r a i l fare fnom, A ligarh to Delhi and back to enable P ro f/ S h a fi tb attend th is 'conference,'

21) Delhi University ~ trave l grant'.to Dr..-B.. Ra.tan, Professor'and Head o f the Department o f English - request f o r .

Dr, B, Raj an, Professor and the Head o f the Depart­ment o f English, Delhi University has been in v ited to partic ipa te and d e liver a paper in the IX In ternational Congress o f Modern Languages and L itrature to be held in Washington in August' 1963, - Sanction has been accorded to the payment of a grant o f Fs,5,345/- to the Delhi U n iversity equivalent to 'bhe return a ir passage from Delhi to Now York by the Econony class ta enable

.Prof., Raj an to attend the Conference,

22) •Aligarh Muslim Un ive rs ity ~ Pronosal fo r thea-ppointment o f a Dean o f St.udontc:’ Welfrar~e and supporting s t a f f .

The Commission in their meeting'hold on 3-10-62 vide item No,10, considered the proposal o f the A ligarh Muslim University regarding the appointment o f a Dean o f students( V/elfare and supporting s ta f f fo r him and •desired that the matter may be discussed w ith 'the'new Vice-Chancellor o f the University a fte r he took over.The matter was discussed by the Chairman v;lth the new Vice-ChanoelLor, A ligarh Muslim U niversity (Shrl Tyab ji) on 1-2-196-3' and it'v/as agreed that the U n iversity might'have a'Dean o f students' Welfare in the scale Rs, 1000-50-1500 and a c lerk - Grade I I fo r the Dean, I t v;as further decided that no entertainment allov/ance may be provided fo r the Dean and i f any further

................... ” th is may.mg s ta f f o f

the U n iversity. The above decision has been communi­cated to the A ligarh Muslim-UiilvG.r.sity, The. expendi­ture Involved-for th is w i l l be met. from the,Block Grant.

ad d ition a l‘ s ta f f is required for the Dean, be provided by adjustment from' the exis.tin,

23) Banaras Hindu Univers ity - Introduc.t.ion o f M.D. and "MyS. .Coursea ..In the College o f Medical Sciences.

The" Commission in th eir meeting held oh 29th/30th June 1960 vide i'tem No,3 (3) approved the establishment of- a College o f Medical Sciences at Banaras Hindu U n iversity, It 'h ad been agreed, that the University may, tb s ta rt 'w ith , pro.vide’' fo r M.B.B.S, Course and the question o f in tro ­ducing M.S, and M.D, Courses be taken up when the College was fu lly established. The U n iversity has now proposed that in order 'to a ttract b rillia fif 'M .B .B .S . graduates t.o jo in the - 'osts o f Demonstrators, Registrars, House Surgeons and House Physicians and the ■ fac.t that 'the -Collbg'e is already w ell established, fo r p re -c lin ic a l subjects they may bo permitted to introduce M.S, and

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M.D. Courses !for the ^mmbere 'in the cTotlrTge and the H osp ita l. The U n iversity has assured that no addi­t io n a l s ta f f , equipiiient or grant w i l l be needed to s ta r t these courses. The proposal o f the U n iversity has been accepted;

24) Schene f or the u t il isa tion of the. _a.e.rvlP.e.a_of re t ired teachers.

Dr. M.L. Sharna, who had applied fo r assistance under .the schene o f U tilis a t io n of the services o f r e t ire d teachers .for working .on "Research in the H istory o f - Rajasthan" in Rajasthan in s titu te o f 'H is to r ica l Research, Jaipur, v;as se lected fo r the above aWard by the Selection Committee which met on 4th July, 1962. Since th is in s titu te v/hore 'Dr, Shatna wanted to work was not a f f i l ia t e d to any u n ivers ity , enquiries wepe made with regard to i t s status, f a c i l i t i e s fo r research and fin an c ia l pos ition . I t was found that the in s titu tion had no adequa'te standing. I t was, th ere fore ,' decided that the award given to Dr. Sharma may be v;ithdra\m.

25) R e -c la ss ific a tlon o f the Govornment Colleges a f f i l ia t e d to the Madras University, for. mru_Q.s o f fin an c ia l assistance under the three-vear

- degree course scheme.

„ On the recommendations" o f the Madras U n iversity and the State Government o f Madras, the fo llow in g four co lleges o f the Madras U n iversity have been r e -c la s s if ie d for puppose o f fin an c ia l assistance under the three-year degree course scheme. ¥ ith th is r e -c la s s if ic a t io n , -the

'Commission-will have.to meet an additional lia b ili-c y o f Rs,2,75,000/- @ 50^ of the approved expenditure as per d e ta ils below ;-

Name o f C o llese l . C la ss ific a tio n '_________ 1 O rig ina l i Revisod

Ap'oroved expenditure! Additional 0rl.°:inalt Revised T_____________

1 ,Govt,Apts B.A. B.A.& B.Sc. NR 75,000 1,50,000 75,000■ C ol-le ge,Madras. R. 25,000 30 jOOO ■ 5,000

2,H,H,RaJa* s B.A. B, A.& I.S c ; NR 75,000 2,75,000 2,00,000■" C o lle ge, Pudulcut a i " R 25,000 40 ,000 15,0003, Govt.Ap'fcs B.A. B.A.& B.Sc NR 75,000 1,50,000 75,000■"C ollege,Coimbatore ,R 25,000 ' 30,000 5,0004*Govt, Arts I.A . I.A.& I.S c , NR 1,60,000 3,00,000 1,40,000

C o l1e ge ,0 6t ac amund R __ a ^ o - ... ..Za.iQ.QQ ..3.5_taOQ

26) The C ity Apts and Commerce C o llege , Ahmedabad -Assistance''under three-year degree course scheme•On the recommendation o f the Gujarat U n ivers ity , the C ity

Arts and Commerce College,Ahmedabad,has been brought within the i^urview p f the three-year degree' course scheme. Its c la ­ss ifica tion ,approved expenditure (NR &R) and centra l share o f assistance estimated .oh, the ba.sis o f the reccmraendations o f the Three-Year Degree Cpurse Sstimates Committee report is given as und4r ?r • . '

Name of the I C lassifi-X Approved X Central share of' assistance @ 50foJLaatl^oa____I,„e2qiqn4ltuj?_e___L .o f the..approved expenditure, ■-------

i-h ' ^ " N'.Ri R- ■ ' - N .R ;-- R, ' ' -J. C ity Arts and B.A, ' 75,000/- 25,000/- 37,500/- 12,500/-- Commerce C ollege, (p .a . fo r 4 years)

Ahmedabad.

■ 'The Commission’ s l ia b i l it y to assist thi^ college comes to"PiS,87,5O0/- only.

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27) Govt. College o f Arts and Science Aurangabad - New co llege o f Marathwada U niversity brought under the purview o f the Three-Year Degree Course schomo.

On the recommendation o f Marathwada U niversity and in consultation with the Maharashtra State Government, the Government College o f Arts and Science, Aurangabad, a f f i l ia t e d to the U n iversity o f Marathwada, has been brought under the purview o f the three-year degree course scheme. Its c la s s ific a t io n and approved expenditure ’ NR’ and ’ R’ and Central share o f assistance estimated on the basis o f recommendations o f Three-Year Degree Course Estimate Committee report are given as underj-

Name o f the C la s s if i- Approved College cation. Expenditure

Central share o f assistance 50^ o f the approved expenditure

N.R R

Govt.College B.A. & o f Arts and B.Sc, Science,

‘Aurangabad.

(1,50,000) (30,000) p.a.

N.R. R(75,000) ( 157000)

p .a, fo r four years

This w i l l involve an additional expenditure o f Rs. 1,35,000/- to the Commission foT ass is tin g th is College under the three-year degree course scheme.

28) Pos ition o f Grants under Three-Year Degree Course Scheme - A ligarh Muslim U n iversity .

The A ligarh Muslim U niversity introduced the three-year degree course with e f fe c t from 1958-59. The fo llow in g grants were due to th is U n iversity fo r three- year degree course scheme:

Non-recurringRecurring

Rs. 3,00,000/- ri. 2,40,000/- ( fo r

four years)

2. Non-recurring grants amounting to Rs. 2,50,000/- has since been paid to the U n iversity on th is account. The U n iversity has reported an expenditure (NR) o f Rs.2,62,435,42 nP. incurred upto 30,9.1962.

3. During three years - 1958-61, the U n iversity has incurred recurring expenditure amounting to Rs, 1,31,827,99 nP fo r the appointment o f add itional s ta f f fo r the three year degree course (including general education course) as per d e ta ils given below:

Year

1958- 591959- 601960- 61

Tota l:

Salary e tc , including P .F .

Rs. 18,910.55 nP.Rs. 46,641.78 n?.Rs. 66f275.,66 nP.__Rs.1.31.827.99 nP .

4, Against an expenditure o f Rs. 1,31,827.99 nP,recurring grant amounting to Rs. 1,73,000/- have been released - the amount o f Rs. 41,172.01 nP. have been treated . as ’ on account’ recurj-ing grant to be adjusted against the / expenditure (to be) incurred during 1961-62.

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5. Tho Commission has decided that a l l those postswhich have e f fe c t iv e ly been f i l l e d on 31.3.1961 be made permanent with e f fe c t from, 1.4,1961 and expenditure incurred on these posts from 1.4,1961 might be covered by the provision unde.r "Standing Charges" ( i . o . not development). Under the three year degree course scheme (includ ing general education), the A ligarh Muslim U n iversity had appointed 3 Readers and 12 Lecturers (as approved by 'the Commission e a r l ie r ) and the en tire expenditure incurred on these posts was’ being mot from U.G.C, grants under the scheme. Recurring grants under the scheme are e l ig ib le fo r a period o f 4 years only; the Uni­v e r s ity has u t i l i z e d , those grants fo r 3 years - 1958-61 - normally grants (R) fo r one' year more i . e . , 1961-62 wore due to the U n iversity under the scheme. As- a l l these posts have now been made permanent under "Standing Charges", no more recurring grants w i l l be due to th is U n iversity under tho three year degree course scheme. The sum o f 41,172,01 np. tho excess recurring grant released has been treated as 'on account' Non-recurring grant to be adjusted against tho non­recurring expenditure (to bo) incurred by the U n ivers ity .A sum ,o f Rs. 2,91,172.01 nP. O' R) would then have been released to the U n iversity on th is account.

29) Pos ition o f Grants under Three-Year Degree Course Scheme - Visva-Bharati U n ivers ity .

The Visva-Bharati - a Central U n iversity was assisted under the three year degree course scheme with e f fe c t from 1959-60. The fo llow ing grants on cent per cent basis were due;

Non-recurringRecurring

Rs. 75,000/-Rs. 1,00,000/- ( fo r four years)

2, Non-recurring grant o f Rs. 50,000/- has been released to the U n iversity . The U n iversity has incurred an expenditure o f Rs. 38,792,50 nP. upto 31.12,1962.

3, Recurring grants amounting to Rs. 52,447.36. nP.on the basis o f the expenditure incurred on the appointment o f add itional teaching s ta f f approved by tho Commission during the period August 1959 and March 196lj have been claimed by the U n ivers ity , An 'on account' grant (R) o f Rs. 35,000/- has been released to th is U n ivers ity . I t is a Central U n iversity and the en tire expenditure on appoint­ments made on the approved posts has to be borne by the Commission, as such the c e ilin g o f the approved expenditure o f Rs, 25,000/- per annum in case o f th is U n iversity was not in s is ted on and the to ta l expenditure o f Rs. 52,447.36 incurred on th is account during 1959-61 fo r purposes o f grant under three year degree course scheme was approved. The Commission has already agreed to paying (R) grants on the basis o f accumu­la ted expenditure (ra ther than stick ing to-, the prescribed c e ilin g per year) in case o f Andhra U n iversity vide Commission's resolu tion Addl. Item No. 2 dated; 9th November,•1961 which reads as under;

"The Commission generally agreed to tho request o f the Andhra Pradesh Government subject to the condition that any such payment would be within the c e ilin g and covering the normally accepted items. I t was also agreed that the same p rin c ip le could be applied to any other U n iversity that m i^ t apply."

4 , The Commission has decided that a i l those posts which have been e f fe c t iv e ly f i l l e d on,_31,3.1961 be made permanent with e f fe c t from 1.4.1961 and expenditure incurred on these posts from1,4,1961 might be covered by provision under "Standing Charges"( i . e , not development). Under the three year degree course scheme the Visva-Bharati was en tit led to recurring grants fo r 4 years v iz ,1959-60,1960-61, 1961-62 and 1962-63. But as a l l the approved posts fo r which the U n iversity has been claiming recurringgrants have been made permanent under "Standing Charges"

~ 10- _ ____ _ _no more recurring gram: vrill be due to th is U n iversity under the three-year degree coursh scheme. Non-roourring grants w i l l however be ra id as normals30)* U n iversity and Constituent Col3.o.qc-s o f .the Osm.ania

U n iversity - one unit fo r the purposes of Non­recurring grant under the t hrse-vear degree course.

The M in istry of Education assessed the requirements o f the non-Governraent co lleges of Osnania University and approved in te r -a lia an expenditure of Ps. 13,50 lakhs' (NR) fo r the introduction of threo-yoar degree course scheme in two U n iversity and s ix constituent co lleges o f Osmania U n ivers ity , The University was permitted to claim Recurring grant under tl^e three-year degree c ou. se scheme in respect o f these eight co lleges trea ting then as one unit. This was reported to the Conniis'sion under Item 2 a t 'th e ir meeting held on 0th Ooptemberj I960, The Comm.ission confirmed i t .The Osmania U n iversity requested that fo r the purpose^of non-recurring grant also these eigh t co lleges nay be treated as one unit. This mo.s agreed to,

3i ) Release o f ,ercnts under, the three-vear degree coursescheme

In th e ir report, the Three-Year Degree Course Estimates Committee have recommended that "the Central Government may, however give its share o f the non-recurririg expenditure only fo r the improvement o f coliegia .te education on the pattern la id dov/n by the Comnittebj i f the State Government has incurred any expenditure on the schemes in anticilpation of the U n ivers ity ’ s decision' to introduce the three-year degree course. This share should, hoxrevor, be paid only a fte r the U n ivers ity 's decision is a va ila b le ". The Estimates Committee recommended recurring'grants fo r a period of 4 years only starting' from the year of actual introduction o f the three-year d.egree course, l\/hile malcing th is recommendation fo r the recurring grants the Estimates Committee, perhaps, fe lb -th a t the appointment o f additional teaching s ta f f was ju s t if ie d only when the teaching of the 1st year class under th e ' threelyear degree course scheme was actually started by the co?leges and not e a r lie r ,i . e , when ,pre-un iversity course v/as introduced.' The pre-un ivers ity course by i t s e l f w i l l hardly involve any additional expenditure on s ta f f -since the old s ta f f uealino with the intermediate class w i l l naturally be d iverted fo r the purpose. Recurring grants to some of the' co lleges o f S,V,Vidyapeeth and U n ivers ities of Andhra,Sri Venkateswira and Poona had been released ea r lie r for the year _ in which thej'' introduced the pre-un iversity comfse. With a vievj to remove th is d isparity and in the In terest o f Ih ter-U n ivors lty and intra-tJnivers i t y equity'and uniform ity, recurring grants have been allowed to a l l the co lleges o f various D niversities from the year o f actual introduction o f the 1st year classo f the reformed threo-year degree course, Thogrants released e a r lie r have been treated aa’ on account’ and w i l l be adjusted against the

recurring- expenditure incurred by them during 4 years s tartin g from the actual -introduction of three-year degree course.

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32) Government Colleges situated in Andhra Tradesh - a f f i l ia t e d to the U n iversity o f Andhra andS ri Venkateswara ■- three year degree course

The Commission at th e ir meeting held on 9th February, 1961 agreed to release Recurring grants to the seven Government co lleges o f Andhra rradesh on cumulative basis under the three-year degree course scheme. Later i t was agreed to trea t f iv e Government co lleges o f Andhra U n iversity as one unit; as also two Government co lleges o f S ri Venkateswara U niversity as one unit fo r claiming Recurring grants under the scheme..E ight (6 constituent and 2 U n ivers ity ) co lleges o f Osmania Uni­v e rs ity have already been treated as one unit fo r Non-recurring and Recurring grants under the scheme. On the request o f the Andhra Rradesh Government, the f iv e Government co lleges o f Andhra U n iversity and the two Government co lleges o f S ri Venkateswara U n iversity have been treated as one unit each and grants (N.R, & R) released to them on cumulative basis.

33) B ifurcation o f V.P. Mahavldvalaya. a m ila t^ d .. tiiS.V.. Vldyapeeth into. V.R,. Mahavldyalaya and N a lin i and Arvind Arts College - three year degree course.

The V.P, Mahavidyalaya an a f f i l ia t e d co llege o f theS.V. Vidyapeeth, was brought within the purview o f the three- year degree course with e f fe c t from 1958-59. During 1959, the co llege was b ifurcated in to ( i ) V.P, Mahavidyalaya (Science C ollege ) and ( i i ) N a lin i and Arvind Arts College (Arts C o llege ).The b ifu rca tion has been recommended by the U n iversity and accepted by the Commission,. On the request o f the S.V. Vidyapeeth, these two co lleges have been treated as one unit fo r the purposes o f non-recurring grant and separate units fo r recurring grants.This has resulted in an add itional l i a b i l i t y o f Es., 10,000/- per annum to the Commission fo r three years srnly v iz , 195.9-60 to1961-62 as recurring grants fo r 1958-59 have already been paid to the combined V.P, Mahavidyalaya (A rts and Science C o llege ).

34) Establishment o f Non-Resident Students' Centre

Lady Amrikbhai Daea College

A scheme forwarded by the Lady Amritbhai Daga College fo r the construction o f a non-resident student centre in the Lady Amritbhai Daga College has been approved fo r implementation. The proposal is estimated to cost Rs. 49,100/- and a grant o f Rs. 35,000/- Commission's share has been sanctioned.

35) Mount Carmel College - ManRaloro

The Mount Carmel College proposed to construct a non­resident student centre over an ex is tin g block o f building wh-ch is being used as class rooms. This necessitated the strengthening o f the foundation o f tho e x is t in g block over which the Non-Resident Students' Centro is proposed. An estimate fo r Rs. 38,472/- was approved fo r th is purpose and a sum o f Rs. 35,000/- was sanctioned to the Mount Carmel College, Mangalore as Commission's share towards the Non-Resident Students’ Centre.

36) Committee on Colleges

The Committee on Colleges appointed by the Chairman met on 18th February 1963. Tho proceedings o f the meeting are attached fo r information (Appendix I ) .

- I I -

37) The seventh meeting o f the Standing AdvisoryCommittee on General Education was hold on the 9th February 1963 at Bombay. "The proceedings o f the meeting as approved by the Secretary/Ghairraan are enclosed (iyinexure I ) .

I to Item 2(36)

UNI\rgRSITY GRANTS. COMMISSION MATHURA HOTd , NEW DELHI.

MIIHJTES OF THE THIRD MEETING 01 COLLEGES HELD ON 18 FEBRUARY, 1963

THE C014MITTSE ON

The Committee on Colleges met in the o f f ic e o f the U n ivers ity Grants COTimission at 11 a.m, on February 18,1963, The follo\\ring v;ere present ;

1, Dr'i D.S, Kothari, Chairman, U.G.C,2, Shri P.p, Gupta, V ice-C hancellor,'

Agra U n ivers ity , Agra.3, Miss. E.Mattheu, P rin c ip a l,

E th iraj C ollege fo r Wanen, Madras.4, Dr. W.V, Bhagi'/at, P rin c ip a l,

Hc31car College o f Science, Indore,5, Dr, J.W. 'A iran , 'P r in c ip a l, • - "• Wilson C o llege , Banbay. , ■

6, Shri S.V. Kogekar, P r in c ip a l,Fergussbn C o llege , Poona,

7, Swami Lokeshwarananda,Ramakrishna Mission Residentia l

; C o llege , Narendranagar, V/est Ben.gal,8, -Prof, S,. Mathai,

Secretary, 'U.G.C,9.. Dr. P.J. P h ilip ,

Development O fficer(H u m an ities ),10, Dr, V.S. Patankar,

Development O ffic e r (S c ien ce )11, Dr. R.C, Gupta, Education O ffic e r (C o lleges )12, Dr. R.D. Deshpande, Education O ffic e r (S a la ry Scales)13, Shri Y.D. Sharma, Asstt,Education O ffic e r .

The Committee discussed the note on salary scales in a f f i l ia t e d co lleges submitted by .Shri P.D, Gupta, V ice - Chancellor, Agra University^ and the le t t e r o f P rin c ipa l,D.S.Subramanyam regarding d i f f ic u l t ie s being experienced by the a f f i l ia t e d co lleges o f Andhra'University in the implementation and maintenance o f the salary scales prescribed by the U n iversity Grants Commission, The follov/ing points were emphasised s-

1) There 'is a wide d isparity between the salary scales in u n ivers ity departments and those ex is tin g in a f f i l ia t e d co lle g es . Hence i t becomes d i f f i c u l t fo r -a f f i l ia te d co lleges to rec ru it and reta in adequately q u a lified s ta f f .

2 ) No lec tu rer v;orking in an a f f i l ia t e d college-should rece ive a 's ta r t in g salary o f less than Rs.-300/-p,m.In the case o f persons w ith 'outstanding q u a lific a ­tions doing post-graduate vrork a higher s ta rtin g salary may be given in the le c tu re r ’ s grade,

3) The fo llow in g scales o f pay recommended by the Special Committee appointed by the Commission to examine the qiEestion o f the rev is ion o f sa laries in co lleges were approved j-

Prin c ipa l Senior Lecturer Lecturer , , . . .

Rs. 700^0-1100 fe, 500-30-^800 Bs, 300-20-600

p ,t ,o .

was recorarflended that the proportion of lectu rers in a co llege should not be more than 75 per cent o f the to ta l teaching s ta f f . The Committee noted that the adoption of the above recommendations would involve su itable adjust­ments in the fix a t io n o f sa laries n f the ex is tin g s ta f f .

4 ) Demonstrators, instructors and tutors may be appointed but fo r a period o f not more than to 2-3 years, on a junior scale o f pay. They may in course o f time be absorbed in the profession as lecturers i f found suitably qu a lified for the purpose.

5) I t may be d es irab le ' fo r the Commission to negotiate with the State Governments regarding the provision o f the matching share needed for upgrading salary scales. I t was noted that private co lleges derive th e ir ’ income mainly from fees which roughly account fo r 30 per cent o f the to ta l expenditure. The res t i . e , about 70 per cent, has to-.be met from public funds. The income fran ’ private donations and endow­ments is meagre. The Committee was of the opinion that assistance frcm public funds fo r upgrading sa laries should be a va ila b le ' from one centra l agency, i . e . the U n iversity Grants Ccmmission, The matching share to be provided bj'- the State Governments should be placed at the disposal o f the Ccmmlssion,

6) I t was f e l t that ord in arily grants fo r upgrading sa laries should be placed at the disposal o f the u n ivers ities fo r disbursement to the co lleges .

The raemxbers agreed to furnish th e ir comments on”the o f f ic e .n o te ■regarding the minimum requirements fo r co lleges conducting various courses o f study in basic subjects,

■ The proposal fo r converting hobby workshops into small tralning-cum-productlon centres was postponed fo r further consideration. The members agreed to g ive th e ir comments on the proposal before the next meeting,

•The Conmittee decided to meet again on 17th A p ril 1963 at 10,30 a.m. in Delhi.

[Annexure I to Item 2(37.)

UNJ/BRSITY GRANTS COMISSIO'N

PROCEEDINGS OF THE SWENTH MEETING OF THE STANDING ADVISORY COMM IT-TEE ON GENERAL EDUCATION HELD AT BOMBAY GN FEBRUARY'9j 1963.

The seventh meeting o f the'Standing Advisory Committee on General Education o f the U n iversity Grants Commission was held at the Bombay U n iversity on February 9, 1963. The fo llow in g were present :

1, Shrl S. Govindarajulu . . . . ChairmanV ice-Chancellor,S ri Venkateswara U n iversity .

2, Dr, D.G. Moses, MemberP r in c ip a l,Hislop C o llege , Nagpur.

3, P ro f, I f.3. Murty, " *'Head o f the Department o f Ph i­losophy, Andhra U n ivers ity .

4, Shrl'G.D. Parikh, "Rectbr.,Bombay U n ivers ity ,

5, Shrl Moonis Raza, "Reader in Department o fGeneral Education^Aligarh Muslim U n ivers ity ,

6, Dr, Hans Simons, "Consultant on General Education,U n iversity Grants Commission,

7, P ro f. K.S, Yajn ik, , , , "Head o f the Department o f General Education, M.S,University_ o f Baroda

8, Dr, P.J. P h ilip . Member-SecretaryU n iversity Grants Commission,

Guests;

1, Shri S.R, Dongerkery,V ice-Chancellor,Marathwada U n iversity.

2, Dr, G.C, Bannerjee,Head o f the Department o f English,Bcmbay U n ivers ity .

Dr. P. Maheshv/ari, Head o f the Department o f Botany, Delhi U n iversity and'Dr, P.K. Kelkar, D irector o f Indian In s titu te o f Technology, Kanpur could not attend the meeting owing to other engagements.

I . The committee considered at length the comments made by Dr. Moses and P ro f. Yajnik on the d ra ft outline o f the proposed'"Guide Book" v/hich had been c ircu la ted . In th is connection the reso lu tion on General Education passed on the previous day by the In ter-U n ivers ity Board and the v discussions which led to it s acceptance v;er'e a lso consi­dered. Members did not fu l ly agree on whether to put the

manor emphasis on improved sy lla b i and methods o f teaching wiphin the ex istin g curricu la, or on a nev; type o f course which v;6uld v/iden and in tegrate the kno\-;ledgo to be imparted t o "a l l students who'seek a bachelor's degree. There was agreement, however, that a general education approach could make the undergraduate programme more relevant in terms o f the students' in terests and th e ir future functions in' society regardless o f th e ir p erfo r­mance in examinations. Existing courses could be reorien ted and the lacking elements provided. I t vras suggested that a statement in the proposed booklet a.long the lin es o f the text provided by Prin cipa l Moses could reconcile the d iffe ren t views since they concerned p r io r it ie s rather than p rin c ip les . '■ •

I t was f e l t that P ro f, Ya jn ik 's proposals fo r the •financing o f general educa'fcion should not form part of the booklet but would have to be'discussed in the l ig h t o f the In ter U n iversity Board's reso lu tion . Therefore, i tseemed'preferable to await the University response to th is resolu tion .

Grants Commission ' s

I I , Most o f the members o f the committee wanted to know more about the study programme of professlona.l and teclin ical co lleges before malting any recommendations concerning the introduction, of. general education courses' in such co lleges .I t was decided to start with an inquiry into the engineer­ing co lleges and in s titu tes , and to ask the UniversityGrants Commission to provide the needed information. Mr, Moonis Raza undertook, to dra ft a simple ques'tionnaire fo r th is purpose. Depending on the returns, a sub-comm i t tee fnay be appointed to submit concrete recommendations,

I I I , The committee was anxious to estab lish immediate contact with the lia iso n people to bo named by the u n ive rs it ie s 'a s soon as their names are knox-ai. This 'may take the form o fsending them a copy o f the Report on General Education^ of the f i r s t issue o f the Journal on C’Cneral Education which w i l l come'out by tho middle o f the month or any other m ateria l o f in teres t that'may be ava ilab lo . The resolu tion o f the In ter-U n ivers ity Board on General Education may also be brought to th e ir a tten tion . The members o f the committee were asked to^give further thought to those two'points s-

i ) how to activa te the lia is o n with the designated s ta f f member at each u n ivers ity ' and

i i ) how to fo llow up the reso lu tion o f the In ter U n iversity Board in order to give i t p ra ctica l e f fe c t .

IV. 'Concerning ind ividual applications , ‘ i t was noted that the schemes'of Annamalai U n iversity is essen tia lly one o f balanced d is tr ibu tion j but does not seem to provide fo r a nev7 kind o f course in any o f the minors in science or the humanities f r a n which arts students on tho 'other have to o ffe r two choices. The p ro ject may be s ign ifican t prim arily fo r the combination of tho two minors in one papers, and the exclusion o f it s marks from determining the classes. I t would also have to be -explained by the u n ivers ity hov; th is scheme could cause additional expenses. The committee suggested that the U n iversity Grants Commission .ask fo r th is Information,

The p ro ject concerning a bibliography was alroady accepted when the committee approved the memorandum on"the budget submitted at it s 5th meeting; where th is item was included-under "committed fm ids". The estimated cost of

both 'pro;}ects 3 at Baroda' and'DelhiT~tftri:versities is Rs.5.000/- (instead of i!s,3,000/- as mentioned at the 4th m eeting'),■ The committee recommended the'approval o f upto Rs.SjOOO/- fo r Baroda and upto Rs,2,000/- fo r Delhi,The la t t e r has not been able to f in d 'a competent Assistant Librarian to bo'entrusted -'-ath the job . I t iras suggested that the members o f the committee may help i f possible in fin d in g a compe'tent candidate fo r th is te'mporary assignment.

I t i/as noted that Banaras Hindu U n iversity was asking fo r 'a formal decision on it s app lication dated December 3O3 1960 fo r a grant to develop general education in its constituent co lle g es , The' comreitteo did not J _et consider the -matter because the Chairman o f the U n iversity Grants Commission had informed the V ice-Chancellor o ra lly that other pro jects o f the U n iversity should have p r io r ity .In addition , the request o f the un ivers ity fa r exceeds the lim ited funds on which the committee can make recomraenda- tion s . However, the Vice-Chancellor is anxious to improve the general education prograi-nme and ready to explore whether something worthwhile may be done at fa r less expense than suggested in the app lication . The Chairman o f the U n iversity Grants Commission agreed that the matter be talcen up within the lim its imposed by the budget. The committee recommended that the Banaras Hindu U n iversity be asked to submit a new proposal* omittir.,g a l l bu ild ing and s ta f f requirements excep-c a coordinator and his o f f ic e .

The Vice-Chancellor o f A ligarh Muslim U n iversity had infonned members o f the committee that he was fu l ly committed to continue general education at his univer­s ity , and 'that he endorsed the app lication submitted by the coordinator. The Committee thereupon recommended to approve the request (v/hich had already been accepted on it s m.eritsj pending c la r i f ic a t io n o f the overa ll future, plans o f general education at A ligarh U n ive rs ity ),

An app lication from V/ilson 'College, Bombay fo r support of* a seminar, upto Rs, 1 ,000/- fo r t ra v e llin g expenses o f guest speakers v;as recommended fo r approval' on a -written request from the co lleges (which was received a fte r the m eeting).

The committee welcomed a pbopoasl by Dr, R.C, Gupta to'work out with A l l India Radio as part o f i t s u n ivers ity programme a series of model lectures on topics l ik e '’ India-Past and Present * , 'Contemporary Science' or others. Since the audience o f such lectures is knovm t o ’ b e 'lim ited the committee would l ik e not only to sponsor such a series but also to publish the lectures fo r wide d is tr ib u t io n , 'e s p e c ia lly on reading m ateria l fo r general education courses,

V. For the 8th meeting o f the committee several places were suggested, including the Institute/Contre o f Advanced Studies in Simla, and a date arouhd the end o f A p r il v/as favoured. 'Howe-ver, i t was l e f t to Dr, P h ilip to make the f in a l decision on time and venue in consultation with the Chairman.

UNIVERSITf GR.2:TS COMMISSION MAIHURA BO AD, NEW DELI'H-I lA- e

Date: 3.4,1963,

_ itanait o f c-ruHts paid and ejpaiditure incurred a fte r ihe l.ast moo'Jing o f "the Commission held on 6 th March, 196 3,

A summary o f the grants paid end e::j) aiditur e incurred a fter the 1 ast meeting o f ‘ihe UniversityGrants Commission held on 6th March, 1963 is as fo lio

Sl.•o«

Head o f Account E3p a id itu re

D.

Section I - Non-Plan Projects,

HLock grants to Caitral Universities,

Maintaiance Grants to the Constitueit Colleges o f Delhi University,

8 2, 236,00

4,05,039,00

IDTAL OF N0N„PLAN PBDJEG'IS, 4,87,275.00

A.

B.

C.

D.

E.

Section I I - Plan Projects,

Grants to Caatral and Stato Univer­s it ie s , constitumt and a ffil ia te d colleges (Humanities),

Grants to Caitral and State Universities fo r Higher Scientific Sducn’lion and , Research,

Grants to’ Central and State Universities fo r Elgineering and Technology,

Grants U n ivers iti^ and Colleges fo r Scholarsliips and Travel grants.

Grants to affiliated colleges for* Specific purposes.

Total o f Plan Projects,

Grand total o f Plan and , Non-Plan Projects,

8,68,621.01

14,11,923.00

9,46,263.30

17,61,976.02

69,27,422,19

1.19.16.205.52

1.24.03.480.52

A detailed statanent showing the grants paid/sanctioned to Universiti es/Coll eg es is enclosed (%>p ^ )»

kamal

Appendix I. to Item No S { ■ U

Mooting?

3rd A p r il 1963

Sr.No. Name o f tho University/ College

Purpose Amount1,- , I..,.,,

1 2 3 4

1. Banaras Hindu U niversity

2. Delhi

i ) On account grant towards salary o f the add itiona l s ta f f o f tho Univorsity L ib ra ry .

i i ) Third instalmont o f grant towards construction o f building fo r i'.G, Arts Department and Psycholo­g ica l Laboratory (approved cost Rs. I I . 5 I 574I/- pre­viously paid Es. 1,5'0,000/-)

On account grant towards the scheme o f study o f non-Persian sources o f Medieval Indian H istory (Approved cost Es. 40,700 (R + NR) previously paid Es. 13,138,05 nP.)

Rs. 35,000 (R)

3. Madras

4. Karnatak ( i )

( i i )

5. Osmania

6>, A ligarh Muslim U n iversity

Rs.3,00,000 (NR)

Rs. 5,000 (NR)

Second instalment o f grant towards the pur­chase o f Books & Journals fo r tho departments o f Economics and Tamil at Madurai Centre probase.rt,,Cast U.G.C's share 1.33,333/- Previously paid 10,000/-

On account grant towards' Rs. the sa la ries Of tho teaching s ta f f fo r the 'departments o f H istory, Econopiics & P o l i t ic s .Grant- previously paid Rs. 48,000/-

On account grant towards Es. the sa laries o f the teaching s ta f f sanctioned during Third Pivo.Yoar Plan fo r the ex istin g Humanitios Departments.

On account grant towards Rs. tho salary o f tho Tagore professor

Rs. 3,000 (NR)

20 ,,000/-

7,600 (R)

40,000 (R)

On account grant towards the sa la ries o f tho s ta f f appoint-od under the scheme o f teaching o f South Indian languages.

Rs.

3.000 (R)

3.000 (R)

p .t.o .

@)7. Lucknow

8, Mysore

9 . Marathwada

10. V isva-B h arati

11. Annamalai ( i )

( i i )

( i l l )

•Second Insta lm ent o f grant towards tho purchase o f Books/Equipinont f o r tho variou s Humanities Depart­ments approved during Second F ivo Year P lan i ilpprovod cost,’ Ps.2,00,000 U.G.C’ s share a t 66|-Ps. 1,33,333s Paid

Rs. 46,000 (NR)

( i v )

p rev io u s ly I 64,000

On account grant towards PiS.the development schemes o f Rs.tho departments o f Commofee and S oc io lo gy approved during Th ird F ive Year Plan

On account grant towards tho s a la r ie s o f tho teach ing s t a f f in tho departments o f H is to ry , Ancient Indian Culture & i o l i t i c a l Science approved during Th ird F ive Year P lan .

1st insta lm ent o f ‘ on account’ advance grant towards the con stru ction (expansion ) o f Press b u ild in g (App. cost &U.G.C. share Rs. 86,200/-)

’'On account’ grant towards Ps,c o l le c t io n o f manuscripts in Sanskrit Department (Approved cost Ps. 20,000/-; U.G.C.Share a t 66-§/J Fs, 13,333/- p rc v io u s ly pa id Rs.8,470/-)

’ On account’ grant towards Rs.the con stru ction o f Phonetic Laboratory (-Approved cost Rs. 2,62,870. Share q f the Commission a t 66-|/ Rs. 1,75,246/- x 'rev iou s ly pa id (Ps. 1 ,36 ,000/-)

4.000 (R)2.000 (NR)

IsT 6,000 (R + NR)

Rs. 3,000 (R)

Rs. 28,000 (NR)

1,900 (NR)

7,000 (NR)

’ On iiccount’ grants towards tho con stru ction o f b u ild in g ■■ fo r the department o f S o c ia l Sciences (Approved costs Rs. 1,18,463. Share o f the Commission a t 66|^ Rs.79,000/- p rov iou s ly paid Rs.5 ,000/-(NR)

Rs. 5,000 (NR)

'On Account’ grant towards Rs. the s a la r ie s o f the s t a f f fo r tho development o f tho Depart­ment o f Humanities during Th ird F ivo Year p lan .

8,000 (R)

/

12. Burdwan ( i )

( i i )

13. Baroda

14. Bangalore

15. Rajasthan

16, Kerala

17. Gujarat

18, 4gra

19, Poona

Rs. 1,20,000 (NR)

5,000 (R)

30,000 (NR)

Second instalment of grant towards the con­struction o f College o f Humanities (A.pprovedcost Rs. _______ ^Shareo f the CommissionRs._________________previouslypaid Ps. 1,00,000/-(NR)

'On Account' grant tov/ards Rs. the sala'ries o f the s ta f f fo r the development o f the departments o f Humanities during the Third Five Year Plan.

2nd instalment towards theRs. purchase o f Library books and journals (H) out o f the a llo ca tion o f Rs. 1,50,000/- during the Third Plan period Previous paid Rs. 30,000/-

2nd instalment towards thepurchase o f lib ra ry books Rs. 25,000 (NR)and journals out o f thea llo ca tion o f Rs. 75,000/-made during the Third Planperiod previously paidRs. 2,500/-

2nd instalment o f 'on Rs. 20,000 (NR)account’ grant towards theconstruetion_ o f Pressbui].ding (Approved costRs. 90,317/- Commission'sshare Rs. 40,000/-Grant paid previouslyRs. 16,000/-)

1st instalment of 'on Rs. 15,000 (NR)account' grant towards the purchase o f Press machinery (jaipproved cost Rs. 1,21,000/- U.G.C. Share Rs. 80,667/-- .-

2,700/- (NR)

1st instalment o f 'on Rs. 4,500/- (NR)account' grant towards the scheme o f c o lle c t io n , preservation and u t i l is a t ­ion o f menusc'rip.ts (Approved cost and U.G.C. Sim re Rs. 16,200/-)

Towards the development o f Rs.MSS Section o f In s titu te o f Hindi Studies and L ingu istics (Approved cost & U.G.C. share Rs. 2,700/-)

1st instalment o f 'on accountgrant tov/ards the scheme o f Rs, 7,000 (NR)co lle c t io n , preservationand u t i l is a t io n o f MSS. (Xwpprovedcost and U.G.C. share R3.16,200/-)

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20.

21

Indian In s tit iie of Science, Bangalore,

Visva-Bharati

22. Vikram U niversity

2 3 . Allahabad

4th instalment o f ’ on account Grant’ on the construction o f lib ra ry building (Approved cost o f University Grants Commission share Rs. 1 2 , 0 2 , 3 0 0 /- grant paid previously R3.4,00,000/-

' On account’ grant (1st Ins alment) foi” the publicaion o f research I’lo rk . Tota l cost o f the publication work and share o f U n iversity Grants Commission is Rs. 8 , 0 0 0 /-

' On account’ grant '"1st instalment) forette.-.pub­l ic a t io n o f research works Commission’ s share at 5 0 ^ (approximately)Rs. 6 , 5 0 0 /-

On account grant fo r the purchase o f sacred Books o f east series o r ig in a lly edited by P ro f. P. Max Muller

5 0 , 0 0 0 /-(N .R )

24. Madras -do-

2 5 . Roorkee -do-

26. Vikram -d o -.

2 7 . Utkal -do-

28. Bihar -do-

29. Jadavpur -do-

3 0 . Saugar -do-

31 . lucknow -do-

3 2 . Marathwada -do-

33. S .N.D.T. - do­

34. Panjab. i . l l ins tain

1,000(N.R.)

3,000/- "

153.00 '

459/- ’

51/00 '

340/00 '

85.00 '

51.00 '

34.00 ’

170.00 '

102.00 '

221.00 '

68.00 ’

wards the construction o f building for law Department

Approved cost and share o f the Commission Rs.3 j 11,200(NR) Grant pr-avious paid Rs.1,00,000.(NR.) 33,000.00 "

Contd..

34.

35

Panjab Continued

Osmania

V- 5

i i Ilnstalment o f grant towardsthe purchase o f furn iture fo r 20,000.OO(I^R)

•tihe- l-feiV. building.- Approvedcost and share o f the Gommiss*- ion Rs.51,000.00 (MR.)

36. Poona 1.

11

111

IV.

V.

VI

37. Annamalai

38. Bihar

39 Gauhati 1.

Oh account recurring grant towards the share o f Socio ‘ conOMic Research Unit

'On account recurring grant' towards the L. cheme o f v is it in g Professor in English

5,000.00( R)

4r900.00('.R)

'On accoimt' recurring grant towards the department o f 83,000.00(R' )Ancient H istory and Archaeolo­gy-

11 instalm(2nt o f grant to ­wards the purchase o f equip­ment fo r the department o f ' Ancient H istory r,nd Archaeology. Approved cost and share o f the Commission Rs.60,000 (NR). Grants previously paid Rs. 50,000.00(M.R.)

'On accoun ' recurring grant towards the depart­ment o f Hindi

'On account', recurring grant towards the four Research Sections o f the Gokhale In s t itu te o f P o lit ic s and Economics.

'On account' grant towards the scheme o f D ia lect Study o f Marathai

'On account' recurring grant fo r add itiona l s t a f f appointed in the various Science Departments under the I I I Plan Scheme (1962- 1963).

Por Purchase o f Library books and Journals on a l l Science Subjects - being the 1st instalment grant the to ta l basic Books grant o f Rs. 1 lakh sanction­ed fo r Third Plan Period.

6,600.00(NR)

15,000,00( mR)

70,000.00(,R)

4,000.00(..R)

3,326.00(NR)

20,000.00(NR)

'On account' recurring grant fo r add itional s t a f f appoint­ed in the various ScienceDepartments under the I I 57,837.00(NR)F ive Year Plan ocheme (1962-63)

Contd.. ,

3 3

4C. Gauh^t iUniversityContinued

41. Gorakhp-orUniv'^rsity

42, Gujarat Un'iv rsity

i i For purchse o f S c io n t if icequipment fo r the various Gcience Departments - • being the 2nd instalment from the to ta l basic equi­pment grant o f Rs.5 lakh sanctioned for I I I Plan period

i Towards construction ' o f building for the De­partment o f Botany - being the f i r s t instalmentfrom the to ta l grant' o f Rs,87,546..00 sanctioned fo r the purpose during second F ive Year Plan

i i For purchase o f Furniture fo r Physics and Mathamatics Block - being the 1st in s ta l­ment from the to ta l grant^ f Rs. 5 4 , 500/- sanctioned fo r I I F ive Year Plan

a For Purchase o f S c ie n t ificequipment fo r the various Science Departments - being the f i r s t instalment from the to ta l basic grant o f Rs, 5 .2 5 lakh sanctioned during I I I P irn Period;’

40,000.00

40,000.00

50 ,000.00

65,000.00

Towards construction of- building fo r the Depart­ments o f Physics, Mathamatics,Botany and Chemistry -being the 5tk instalmentfrom to ta l grant o f Rs.8,90,666/-sanction.ed fo r the purposeduring I I F ive Year Plan. 1,68,000,00

For purchase o f S c ie n t if ic equipment for the Department o f Physics - being the 2nd instalment from the .. .grant o-f Rs. 1 lakh sanctioned fo r the purpose during I I I Plan Period, 2 5 ,000.00

For purchase o f lib ra ry books and Journals on a l l Science subjects being the second instalment from the to ta l basic Books grant o f Rs. 1 lakh sanctioned fo r I I I Plan period 20,000.00

Contd.. . .

*4Siy Marat irwada U n iversity

u.

Por piirchase o f L ibrary Books and Jour­nals on a l l Science Sub­jects - being the 3rd in ­stalment from the' to ta l basic Bqoks grant o f Rs.1 lakh sanctioned during I I I Plan Period 13,000.00

44. VikramU niversity

a,

ts. UTKAlU n iversity

KamatakU n ivers ity

1.

XI ,

Por purchase o f S c ien ti­f i c equipment fo r the Department o f Botany - being the: th ird and las t instalment from the to ta l grant o f Rs.50,000/- sanctioned fo r the purpose during I I P ive Year Ehn 5,000,00

Por purchase o f lib ra ry books and Journals fo r the departments o f Physics,'Mathematics and S ta t is t ic sand Chemistry - being thefourth instalment from theto ta l grant o f Rs,1 ,20,000/-sanctioned fo r the purpose-during I I P ive Year Plan 20,000.00

To-wards construction o f bu ild ing fo r the Depart­ments o f Physics, Mathematics and s ta t is t ic s - being the 2nd instalment from the to ta l grant o f Rs,2,34,667/- sanctioned fo r the purpose dtiring I I F ive Year Ban 75,000.00

Por purchase o f J c ien ti- f ic e equipm.ent fo r the Department o f Zoology - being

1st instalment from tlf'e to ta l basic grant o f Rs,80,000/- sanctioned fo r the purpose during I I I P ive Year Plan. 10,000.00

Por the purchase o f equipment fo r the Central Workshop, being the .Second instalment against the grant o f Rs.50,000/ sanctioned 'fo r the purpose •.The f i r s t instalment o f Rs. 10,000/- has been paid dur­ing th is year.. ' 10,000.00

Por the purchase o f l ib ra ry Books and Jour­nals on cience Subject^, being the second in s ta l­ment against the grant o f Rs. 1-,00j 000.00 sanction-20, 000.00 ed fo r the, purpose. The f i r s t instalment o f Rs.50,000.00 was paid during 1961-62

Gontd. . ,

3 3

4 7 , LucknowUniversity

Popnrtmeni .Uelow: -

Name o f the Department

as deta iled

Amount

/ and a ir-cond ition ing o f the Animal House

1 . Physics 15>000

2 . Chemistry 2^,000

3. Bio-Chemistry 15,000

4. Botany 10,000

5. Zoology 15^000

6 . Anthropology 15?000

This is the f i r s t in s ta l­ment against the to ta l grant o f Rs.7 ,25,000/- sanctioned fo r the pur­pose.

i i . Bor the construction of building fo r the D eptt,, o f Bio-Chemistry and Ani- mr.l House,/^being the 2nd instalm.ent 'against the grant o f Rs. 1 ,00,000.00 sanctioned fo r the purpose The f i r s t instalment o f Rs.40,000/- v/as paid dur­ing 1 961-62 .

48. MadrasUniversity

95,000.00

30, 000.00

For the purcl ,.se o f Science- t i f i c equipment fo r the D eptt., o f Physics at Madurai Centre, being the- th ird instalment against the grant o f Rs.86,666/- sanctionedfo r the purpose. Thef i r s t two instalmentso f Rs.70 ,000.00 werepaid during 1958-59 and1962-63 10,000.00

49.

50,

MysoreUniversity

Pan jab. U n iversity

'On account' grant towards the Salary o f s t a f f appoint­ed in 'the Departments o f S ta t is t ic s and Geography 1,980.00

For the purchase o f K.)Cientific equipment fo r the Deptt., o f Zoology, being the 2nd instalmenVagainst the grant o f Rs. 1,00,000.00 sanctioned fo r the purpose The 1st* instalment o f Rs. 20 ,000/- was paidduring 1961-62. 20,000.00

Cnnt.d

§0. P&njab U niversity Gontinued

IX.

XXX.

XV.

V,

9

For the purchase o f S c ien t ific , equipment fo r the Department o f Geology, being tho second in s ta l­ment against the grant o f Es.1,00,000 sanctioned fo r the purpose. Ihe f i r s t instalment o f Rs.40, 000/- was paid during 1961-62.

For the purchase o f Sc­ie n t i f ic equipment ±>r the Department o f Physics, being the second in s ta l­ment against the grant ■of Rs. 1,50,000.00 sanction­ed fox- the purpose. The f i r s t instalment o f Rs. 50,000.00 has been paid during th is year.

For the constxxxction o f Botany .jaboratory build ing, being the th ird and tho la s t inSalment against the grant o f Rs.4,02,953/- sanctioned fo r the p\xrpose The f i r s t two instalments o f Rs.4',00, 000/- were paid during 1958-59 and 1960-61

20,000.00

30,000.00

2,9.53.00

For the’ cons' ruction o f Zoo- lo®^ laboratory building, being the thii-d and the la s t instalment a- ainst the grant o f Rs.4,00,827/- sanctioned fo r the purpose. The f i r s t two instalments o f Rs.4,00,000/- were uaid during 1958-59 and 827.001960-61.

v i . For a ir-cond ition in g three‘ research rooms in the Physics

Laboratory bu ild ing, being the Second instalment against the grant o f Rs.26,105/- sanctioned fo r the purpose. The f i r s t instalmen-fc o f Rs. 15,000/- has been paid during th is year. 10,000,00

v i i . For tho construction o f building fo r Gas House, being the th ird instalment against the grant o f Rs.1,12,839/- Sanctioned fo r the purpose. The f i r s ttwo instalments o f Rs,95,000/- were paid during 1958-59 and1961-62 15,000.00

Contd.

5 1 , RajasthanUniversity

52, SangarU niversity

1.

IX .

For the purchase o f t i f i c equipment fo r De.itt., o f Geology, th f i r s t st the grant o f Rs.2 sanctioned foi- the pose.

Scien-thebeing

instalmixat agaxn-,00,000.00pur-

’ On account ' grant towards t h f i e l d t r a i n i n g o f Geology S t a f f -and students f o r 1961-62

For the purchase o f s c i e n t i ­f i c equipment f o r the Deptt . o f An th ropo logy , b e in g th e f i r s t ins ta lm ent a ga in s t the grant o f Bs. 5 5 > 000/- sanc t ioned f o r the purpose.

50,000.00

3,000.00

10,000-00

53. S ri Venk.ateswara i . University_______

XX ,

For the consruction o f Phyoical and Natural *-'Cience Blocks, being the th ird instalment against the grant o f Rs'. 10,17,333/- sanctioned for the purpose. The f i r s t two instalments o f Rs. 6 ,50,000/- were paid during 1959-60 and 1962-63

For the purchase o f Scien­t i f i c equipment fo r the various Science Departments, as deta iled below;-

75,000.00

Name o f the Department. Amount

X,

i i .

i i i .

iv .

V,

Physics.

Chemistry

Botany

Zoology

Geology

75.000. 00

60.000. 00

75,000.00

60,000.00

1,10,000.00 3,80,000

54. Sardar VallabhbhaiVidyapeeth.________ i

This is th e f i r s t i n s t a l ment a g a in s t t h e t o t a l grant o f Rs. 1 0,61 , 570.00 sanct ioned f o r the purpose

For the purchase o f Scien­t i f i c oquipm^cnt fo r the Deptt. o f Physics, being the f i r s t instalment against the grant o f Rs, 1 ,25,000/■— Sanctioned fo r the purpose. The amount o f Rs.2 5,000/- has been paid by the adjust­ment . 25,000.00

Gontd.. . .

Vallabhbhai Vidyap-eeth Cont inued

5 5 . S .N.D .T . V/omen' S U n iv e rs i ty , Bombay.____________

11

i i . Bor the con stru c tion o f b u i ld in g f o r the C en tra l Workshop, be ing the second

, instalment aga ins t thegrant o f Rs.45j3l3/- sanc­t ion ed fo r the purpose.The f i r s t instalm ent o f Rs.4 0 , 0 0 0 /- was paid dur­ing 1960-61 4 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

Bor the purchase o f l i b r a r y Books & Journals on o c ie a c e S u b jec ts , be­ing th e Second insta lm ent aga inst the grant o f Rs.9 0 , 0 0 0 /- sanctioned f o r the purpose. The f i r s t instalment o f Rs.2,000/- . .was paid during 1961-62 5 ,0 0 0 . 0 0

5 6 .

A,

B.R. C o l le g e , A g ra ._________

I I insta lm ent o f 'on accoun ' payment out o f Rs.3 2 , 0 0 0 /- sanctioned dur­in g 2nd Plan p er iod fo r the con stru c t ion o f post graduEte la b o ra to ry b u i ld in g o f Zoo logy . 5,000.00

5 7 . Smt. V .H .D i C ent r a l I n s t i t u t e o f Home - Sc ience , Bangalore.

58 , S t . Joseph 's C o l le g e , T i r u c h i r a p a l l i

59* B.D. C o l le g e , Ahmedabad

6 0 . V.S. P a t e l C o l le g e , o f A rts & Soience B i l im o r ia .

1 st insta lm ent o f 'on account' payment out o f Rs.75,000/- sanctioned by th e Commission f o r the development o f i t s post graduate department o f Homo-Science duringI I I Plan per_od . 15,000.00

1 s t insta lm ent o f 'onaccount' payment out o fRs. 1 ,00 , 6 0 0 .00 Sanctionedby the Commission fo rthe development o f i t sp o s t - g f adust’^'‘departmentso f Physics and Chemistryduring I I I Plan P e r iod 10,000.00

1 st instalment o f 'On account'payment out Rs.35,000/-sanctioned ' By the Commissionfo r ' the developm.ent o f i t spost-graduate department o fHome-Science during I I I Planp e r iod . 1 5 ,0 0 0 . 0 0

1st inv.talment o f 'On account'payment out o f Rs. 10,000.00sanctioned by th e Commissionfo r th e development o f i t s ^post-graduate department o f 's a t i s f i e s during I I I Planp e r io d . 6 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

C o n d ,

-12-

Sli' D.A.V. College, Muzaffarnagar.

St instalment o f 'On account' payment out o f t Rs. 2 , 2 5 , 0 0 0 /- sanctioned by the Commission f o r the dev-elopment o f i t s post-graduate department; o f Phys ics , Chemistry, Mathematics and Zoology during I I I Plan period 2 5 , 000.00

N .K .r . Sc ience g2* Arts College

Bulsar.

1 st instalment of ' On account' payment out o f Rs.7 5 , 0 0 0/- sanctionedby the^developm^nt o f ^ Commission f o r the its post-graduate depart­ment o f che -'istry dur­ing I I I Plan Period 2 5,000.00

B are illy College, B a re illy .________

1 st instalm ent o f 'On account' ’ payment out o f Rs.l0 , 0 0 0 /- sanctioned by the Commission fo r the developm^ait o f i t s post-graduate department o f Mathematics during I I I Plan Per iod 5,000.00

Barahsani College, A ligarh.____________

D .S . College A l i arh.

66* Banaras

1st in s ta lm m t o f 'On account payment out o f Rs.30,000.002for the devebp- / sanctioned byment o f i t s post-graduate ^ ----department o f Geography during I I I P lan Pe r iod .

the Commission

17,000.00 ‘

1st and I ln d instalment o f 'On account' payment out o f Rs.5 9 , 5 0 0 /- sanctioned by th e Commi.->sion fo r the development o f i t s post­graduate departments • o f chemistry and Mathematics during I I I Plan pe r iod .

.leTowfirda staff and nr.intotnnco

for. the xmpro''vement o f the D-eptt . o f ninipg and M eta llu ry during 1962-63 aga inst the c e i l in g grant o f Es.61 ,4 0 0 ,00 appro.ved .p.a. f o r the scheme.

> -

35,000.00

19,885.00

i i . For s t a f f and maintenanceo f the Deptt. o f Mining and M eta llu rgy under the Ocheme re3.ating to r a is in g the Standards o f t r a in in g at th e D eptt. during 1962-63 aga inst the c e i l i n g grant o f Rs.6 1 ,400.00 approved p .a . fo r thescheme. 2 2 , 6 3 2 . 0 0

V

Banaras . Continued,

CALCUTTA

68 . Jadavpur

tv

TowardsL ib ra ry

;v-

maintenance f o r the Improvement ofsxisting- t r a in in g f a o i l i t i " - 6 at the c o l l e g e o f Engineer ing during 1962-63 aga inst th e c e i l i n g grant o f Rs. 1 .25 lakhs anprov ed p .a f o r the scheme.^ ’

Tovjards s t a f f and main­tenance fo r “.he Conversion o f th e D ep tts . of. App lied Physics,' App lied Chemistry and Pad ic Physics and E le c tron ic s be ing the a d d it io n a l grsint f o r 1960-61 to 1962-63 aga instc e i l i n g grant of

Rs.1.53 lakhs ajjprovod p .a . f o r th e scheme.

41,000.00

schemes'’

the

the purchase o f books and journals

f o r th e F acu lty o f Eng ineer ing and Technolo­g y o f th e U n iv e r s i ty dur­ing th e I I I P .Y .P . p e r iod being ’ tho 1st instalm ent out o f the t o t a l grant o f Rs.1 lakh sanctioned fo r the purpose.

50,000.0.c

50,000.00

0? . Ind ian In s t i t u t eo f S c ience , Bangalore

n-tfi . . / , • Mysore

Being th e re cu rr in g grant f o r s t a f f and maintenance and to meet th e expendi­tu re on ju n io r ie l lo w s h ip s fo r the development schemes approved as per recommenda­t ion s o f th e A l l In d ia Coun­c i l f o r T ech n ica l Education, during 1962-63

B,eing the adhoc grant gor th e purchase o f L ib ra ry books and journa ls f o r the c o l l e g e o f Engineering Bangalore to meet the immediate requirements o f ’:he u n iv e r s i t y during the 3rd F iv e Year Plan p e r io d .

4 ,45,000.00

20,000.00

M . Nagpur i . Being th e amount o f a rrears f o r th e p e r iod 1.10.1961 to 28.2.1963 duo to S h r i K .N . In g le th e Labora tory Attendant under the research scheme 'R ea c t ion Kinetics , E lo c t r o ly i s F u e ls ' at th e naxminarayan' I n s t i t u t e o f Technology, Nagpur. This i s duo to the r e v is io n in th e s c a le o f pay o f the Labf A t t endant fromRs .3 5-60 tc Rs.40 -65 w . e . f .1 . 1 0 . 1 9 6 1 .

85.00

Contd.

_ 1 4 -

Nagpur U niversity Continued i i . Being the adiioc grant

fo r the purchase of lib ra ry books & Journals in the Faculty o f Ungg. & Tochnology, to meet the immcdiatG roquiroments o the University during the I I I F ive Y..ar Plan period .

20,000.00

Osmania University Towards -award-' o f Junior Fellowships o f Rs.2 5 0 /- p.m. each, to the students o f Post-graduate course in Mechanical Technology during 1962-63 13,798.39

Patna Un iv --rs i t y Being the 1st instalment out o f the ad-hoc grant o f Rs.2 0 , 0 0 0 /- sanctioned f o r the purpose o f meet­ing th e immediate requirements o f the U n iv e rs ity f o r the purchase o f L ib ra ry books and journals during the Th ird F iv e Yoar Planper iod . 10,000.00

RoorkeeU niversity

I .

IX ,

X X X

Being the amount o f Junior Fellowsh ips o f the va lue o f Rs.2 3 0 /- p.m. each awarded to th e stu­dents o f post g.-aduate course in App lied Thermodyrt^i^cs (Machine Design s e c t io n ) during 1962-63 29,895.17

Being the amount o fju n io r Fe llow sh ip o fthe Value o f Rs.250/- p.m.awarded to S r i A-'.P.DalviPost-graduate student o fS tru c tu ra l Ungineeringduring 1962-63 ^ 2,967.74

Towards the recu rr in g grant fo r 196 *'-62 and 1962-63 ±’or s t a f f and maintenance under the scheme fo r the conver­s ion o f th e two years Diploma Course in Engin­eer ing in to a Throe Y 3ars Diploma Course aga inst the c e i l i n g grant o f Rs.-2 0 . 5 2 5 . p .a . 2 4 , 5 0 0 . 0 0

C o n t d ,

■r

'75# SaugarU n iv e rs i ty

7^'. S r i Venkateswara U n iv e rs i ty

.-15

Being the amount o f Junior Fe llow sh ips q f the va lu e o,f Rs.2 5 0 /- p*m. each awarded to th e students o f Post-G ra­duate Course in Pharmacy dur­in g 1961-62 and 1 962-63 26,500.00

Being th<. ad-hoc grant sanctioned f o r the .urpose o f m eeting the immediate requirements o f the Uni­v e r s i t y f o r the purchase o f l i b r a r y Books and ^journals during the th i r d f i v e yea r plan p e r io d . 20,000,00

77. UtkalU n iv e rs i ty

7 6 . Indian Schodlo f . In te rn a t ion a l S tud ies

Being the 8th insta lm ent out o f the equipment grant o f Rs. 9,61,334/- sanctioned f o r the establishment o f th e c o l l e g e o f Engineering Burla . A grant amounting to Rs.7,70,877/- has been paid e a r l i e r to the Uni­v e r s i t y On th is account

4th insta lm ent o f 'on ■aocoimt' maintenance grant f o r 1962-63

1,50,000.00

82,236.00

79. D elh i C o l le g e D e lh i .

80. Deshbandhu College (Day Classes). D e l h i . __________

8 1 Dyal SinghCollege (Day Classes).

. 8 2. Hans Ra j College

Towards' instalment of maintenance grant for1962-63

Towards 4th instalment of maintenance grant for 1962-63

Towards'3rd instalment of maintenance grant for 1962-63

-do-

80,000.00

3 0 .000. 00

45.000. 00

40 ,000/00

83. lady Shri Ram C o l le g e f or Women

8 4 . Ramjaa C o l le g e

Towards 3 d and 4th insta lm ent o f maintenance grant f o r 1962-63

Towards 3rd in s t a l ­ment o f - maintenance grant f o r 1962-63

70,000.00

60,000.00

8 5 . S r i Venkateswara C o l l ege,_________

Towards 3i’d insta lm ent o f maintenance g-'ant f o r 1962-63 30, 000.00

8 ^ ^ } Dyal-S ingh C o l le g e , Towarcb tl'.ird in s ta l- ( "Evening C lasses ) ment o f maintenance

g ran t f o r 1962-65 15,000.0J

86. Lady Irw in C o l le g e .

Towards balance o f ma in t enan c ..e grran t f o r 1960-61 20,039.00

87. S .D. C o l le g e Towards th ird in s t a l ­ment o f maintenance grant for1962-63 15,000.00

88. Sanafean ;Dharam C o l l ege

Por purchase o f L ib ra ry Books 1. ,377.00

89. S r i ■'''enket eswara C o l le g e . For purchase o f

Water C oo le r . 1 ,883.00

•90. Deshbandhu C o l le g e i . For purchase o fS c i e n t i f i c '^•quip- ment f o r Botany and Zoology . 14,900.00

i i . Forthe purchase o f L ib ra ry Books. ' 2 , 5 0 0 . 0 0

91 . Lady Irw in C o lle g e

For th eecon s tru c t ion o f o f M.Sc. Block and pur­chase o f fu rn itu re and equipment. 16,000,00

92. Hans Raj C o l le g e .

For purchase o f wator c o o le r . 2 ,285.00

93. Banaras Hindu U n iv e rs ity

94. BanarasU n ive rs ity

95* Burdwah

Payment o f a rrears o f pay on accou n t,o f

r e v is io n o f '.S a la ry Sca les o f Non-academic s t a f f from 1 .7.1 959 to 51 .3.1961

I I instalm ent o f ' on account-' grant toirards th e c construction o f h o s te l f o r Ungine'-’r in g students (Grant p rev iou s ly paid Rs. 1,00,000.00)

i . i v account' construction

instalment o f grant to-wards

' on th e

o f Women'sH os te l (Grant p rev iou s ly paid Rs.2 ,45,000,00) .

i i . I l l instalm ent o f 'On account grant to-wards the construction o f mens h o s te l ( Grant pr -^viously paid as 1,40,000.00)

8,53,867.10 np,

5 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0

20,000.00

C on td ...

17

96 . G au hati

-4i . I v instalm ent o f grant towards the construction o f R.C.C. H os te ls {Grant p re v iou s ly pa id Rs. 1^00,000.00) 60,000.00

97 . K e r a la

98, Annamalai

99. P a tn aU n iv e rs i ty

i i . I insta lm ent o f on acc­ount grant towards th e con­s t ru c t io n o f Assam Type Host e l s . 5 0 ,000.00

IV instalm ent o f 'On accou­n t ' grant towards the con­s t ru c t io n o f women's h o s te l (Grant paid p re v io u s ly Rs,1,80,000.00) 70,000.00

IV insta lm ent o f 'on account'grant towards th e 'c o n s tru c t io no f h o s te l b lock f o r Artsand S c ience Students. (Grantp re v io u s ly paid Rs.2, 50p00.00^ 1,00,000.00

I insta lm ent o f 'on acco'unt'grant toxvards the c on s tru c t iono f 3rd s to r e y o f the Women'sh o s te l . 35,000.00

100. Jammu & Kashmir

10l S-augarU n iv e rs i ty

102 Pan jabU n iv e rs i ty

I I I insta lm ent o f 'on account’grant towards the construc tiono f women's h o s te l (grantp re v iq u s ly .paid Rs. 1 ,00,000,00) 50,000.00

F i r s t -instalment o f 'On account' grant toxArards.

/ o f the pu rchase/ fu rn itu ref o r men's h o s te l . I I 10,000,.00

P in a l insta lm ent erf grant towards the conslfjmction o f s t a f f quarters (Grant previou.'-ife pa id Rs,4 ,75 ,000/-) 25,000.00

10 3 . BurdwanU n iv e rs i ty

1 0 4 . AndhraU n iv e r s i ty

IO5 . SaugarU n iv e rs i ty

I I I instalment o f 'on account' grant towards the constru c tion o f s t a f f quarters (Grant p re v io u s ly paid Rs.4 ,0 0 ,0 0 0 . 0 0 )

IV insta lm ent o f ' on account' grant, towards t the con stru c tion o f s t a f f quarters (Grant p re v io u s ly paid Rs. 2 lakhs )

I I I instalm ent o f 'on account grant tov/ards th e construction o f s t a f f quarters ( Grant p re v io u s ly paid Rs.1 >75,000.00)

2 5 ,000.00

10,000.00

50 ,000.00

C o n td ..,

106 DelhiU n iv e rs i ty

1 0 7 . GujaratU n iv e rs i ty

108. BarodaU n iv e rs ity

1 0 9 . CalcuttaU n ivo rs ity

110 S.V. Vidya- peeth

111. GujaratUnivers i t y

112 BanarasHindu l in iver-- s i t y

1 1 3 A l ig a rh Muslim U n ive rs ity

114.'' Banaras Hindu U n ive rs it ' '

. - 18

I l l instalment o f * on account' grant towards the cons" ru c t ion o f 1 4' B' type and . 12 ' C'’ type quarters (g ran t p re­v io u s ly paid Rs.-1 , 5 0 , 0 0 0 )

I I I instalment o f 'on accoun ' grant tovfards the construction o f s t a f f quar­ters (g ran t p re v iou s ly paid

Rs.55,000.00)

P in a l instalment o f grant towards the copstruction o f s t a f f quarte rs . Grant p rev iou s ly paid Rs.2,00,000.00

IV instalment o f grant towards the establishment o f hea lth cen tre (Grant p rev iou s ly paid Rs.50,000)

■'On accoun ' grant towards the purchase equipment fo r hea lth cen tre .

IV instalment o f 'On account' grant towards the establishment o f health cen tre (Grant n rev iou s ly paid Rs.90 ,000.00)

I I instalment o f 'On ac count' grant t awards the construction o f guest house. (Grant p rev iou s ly paid Rs. 1 ,00,000.00)

a. Construction and improvement o f Ro eds .

b. Maintenance o f the in s t i t u t e o f ophthal­mology fo r the year 1962-63

1 , 50 ,000.00(H .R . )

80,000.00(N.R.)

2,100.00(N .R . )

10,000.00(N .R . )

5,000.00(N .R . )

5,000.00 ■(N .R . )

2 5 ,000.00

1,50 ,000.00

a. R e -roo f in g and re -m ode ll in g o f Amphitheatre

b. Towards improvement o f Play-grounds

c. Construction o f Swimming P oo l.

d. Construction o f cycle- sheda f o r U n iv e rs ity C o l le g e s .

53,000.00 (Payment made by

adjustment)

10,000.00

20,000.00

35,000.00

C ont d .........

115 V i s v a - B h a r a t i U n i v e r s i t y

{^6. Allahabad Univ ersity

1171 Karnatak U^iivers ity

118. DelhiUniversity

a. Repayment of Loanfor -the. construction of s ta ff quarters for l'962-63

Construction of Gandhi Bhawan

-do-

f - 1 9 ^ .

fravel grant to Dr« l i .O . Gaur

6,016.70 nPi

16,000.00

20,000i00

1,908.00

kamal

P i

aL ? ,- 2 0 -

4 .

l lS ^ S r i Venkatesv/ara

119. Gauhati

Revision of, salary scalesof college teachers.II Plan.

-do-

20,939.00

412.25

120. Gujarat -do- 3,834,69

121. Jabalpur -do- 10,806.25

122. Osmania -do- 33,578.23

123. Osmania Revision of salary scales of university teacters under the II Plan period 834.43

124. Mysore -do- 1, 65, 301.78

125. Baroda -do- 44,936.71

126. Marathwada Revision of salary scales of teachers in Governmeht colleges during the year 1962-63. 3,680.00

127. Andhra Revision of salary scales of college teachers for 1961-62. 3,046.46

128. Poona -do- 1,483.29

129. Karnat ak Revision of salary scales for college teachers-Third Five Year Plan 849.31

130. Pa no ab Revision of salary scales of college teachers for 1962-63. 44,900.00

131. Madras Revision of salary scales of university teachers for 1962-63. 2,00,000.00

132. Panjab -do- 45,918.02

133. Roorkee -do- 5,576.00

134. Sri Vehkateswara -do- 60,000.00

135. Roorkee Summer Institute for Earth­quake Engineering and Engineering design.’ ■ 25,000.00

TOWARDS THi AWARD OF SENIOR RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS IN SCIENCE OF THE VALLE OF Rs.500/- P.M. During 1962-63.

Name of the bniversity/ College.

Period Amount.

136. Allahabad 1962-63 2,500.00

137. Motilal Regional Engg. College, Allahabad. -do- 1,500.00

Contd. .

■~T

-21'

TOWr^^DS THE AWARD OF JUNIOR REoEaRCH FELLOWSHIPS IN SCIENCE OF THE VALUE OF Rs.500/- P.M. during 1962-63.

C/8

138.

139.

140.

141.

142.

143.

144.

145.

146.

147.

148. Panjab

149. Poona

150. Sri Veipkateswara

Aligarh • 1962-63 3100.00(Rs. 1840/-Adjusted)

Allahabad -do- 4180.322by adjustment.

Andhra -dp- 4521.94(Rs. 853. 33np. adjusted)

Annamalai -do- 56 33.23

Calcutta - do- 6202.90

Delhi. -do- 2200.00

I .A .R .I . -do- 1861.29 by adjustment-

Lucknow ' -do- 2280..00(Rs. 853. 33 g.dj ,)

Madras -do- 4452.90(Rs. 1541.94 np adj-.)

Osmania -do- 2200.00

-do-

-do-

- do-

8541; 94( R s . 3555.80,, nP. adj.')

2654.. 84 (Rs.400/-: ^dj .) .

2280.00.(Rs. 853.33 np adj.)

towards the renewal of junior research fellowships in science of the value ofRs.300/- P.M. DURING 1962-63 AWARDED DURING 1959-60.

151. Indian Instt. of Science, Bangalore,

1962-63 1500r00

TOWARDS THE RENEV/AL (F JUNIORresearch fellowships in saENCEOF Tl-i; VALUE OF Rs. 300/-P.M. DURING1962-63 ^WARDED DURING 1961-62.

152.

153.

Bana'ras

Madras

1962-63

-do-

1000.00(Rs . 265 .15 np: a d ju s t e d )

3044.70(Rs. 94.76 np a d ju s t e d )

towards the AWARD OF’ RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS IN ENGG. & TECH. OF THE Value of Rs.400/- P.M. DURING1962-63.

1 5 4 . Indian Instt. of Science. Bangalore 1962-63 3864.51

(fe. 1935.48 nn ad i . "i

155. Baroda

156. Madras

157. Madras

158. Delhi

159. Indian School of International Studies, ‘'New Delhi

160. Patna University

161. Calcutta

163. Indian School of International Studies, New Delhi,

163. Meerut''College,Meerut. * ■

Name of the' University

164. M.S Baroda

165. Jadavpur

166. Luck*now

167. Rajasthan

168. andhra

169. Bombay

170. Indian Agricultural Research Institute.

171. Patna

-22-

ToWards tee RteiiiiiL-eii^ researchFELLOWSHIPS IN EN&G. & TECH. OF TtlE VaLLE OF Rs.400/-P»M. D13RING1962-63 aWARDED DLRING 1961-62.

1962-63

-do-

1000.00(Rs. 16 .85 np a d ju s t e d )

1000.00(Rs.71.23 np a d ju s t e d )

TOMDS TH. RENEWAL OF RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS IN ENGG.w TECH, OF THE Valle of Rs.400/ -P .M . DLRING 1962-63 aWARDED DBBI>NG 1960-61.

1962-63 1000.00( R s . 2 0 1 . 1 0 rp adjusted)

TOWARDS AWaRD OF- JLNIOH RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS-IN HLMaNITIES d; SOClaL SCIENCES DLRING 1962-63.

1962-63

-do-

- do-

44 96.78

3529.04

2200.00

TOWxiRDS aV/ARD OF SENIOR RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS IN HLMaNITIES aND SOClaL SCIENCES DLRING 1962-63.

1962-63

-do-

-do-

SCHEl'® FOR THE . .WaRD OF TRaVEL GRalWS.

5000.00

2306.45

1000.00

amount

7427.77

2500.Op

4325.68

3000.00

TOWaRDS THE aWaRD OF POST GK DLaTE RESEaRCH SCHOLaR- SHIP's IN SCIENCE.

3446.02

141.94

2706.55

600.00

T

172. Poona

173. Aligarh

174. Allahabad

175. Andhra

176.177,

178.179.180. 181. 182.183.184.

BanarasBombayGujeratLucknowMadrasPanjabNSgpurOsmaniaPatna

185. Andhra

186. ;;

187. Mysore. -\

188. Sri V'enkateshwara

189.

189. S.V.Peeth

190. Calcutta

^ 191.Burdwan

-^7-

TOlAiRDb THE AWARD OF POST GR DLkTE research SCHOLiiR- SHIPS IN HUMANITIES.

342, 86

1245.16

3299.56

3445.17 1260.00

32.26 883.87750.00

1561.29600.00

1200.00587.10

THREE IEaR DEGREE COURSE SCHEME

1 . Non-recurring grant to on account of Three year Degree Course Scheme.

i i . -do-

i i i . Reciu-ring grant for appointment of additiorial teaching staff.

Non recurrirg grant on account of T.Y.D.C Sche,me.

Recurring grant for appointment of additional teaching staff.

1,34,162.22

2.29.668.00

2.47.072.00

6.17.900.00

2.53.203.00

i. Non-recurring granton account of T.Y.D.C. schme 38,947.50

i i . recurring grant for • additional teaching staff.

i i i . recurring grant for additional teaching staff

recurring grant for additional teaching staff.

Non-recurring- grant on-account of T.Y.D.C Scheme.\i. Non-recurring grant on account of T.Y.D.C. Scheme.

45,000.00

1,26,110.50

47,’033. 34

84,789

3 0 , 0 0 0

11. -do-

191.-24-

i i i . recurring grant for additional teaching staff. 72,256.00

192. Vikram . i. Non-recuril’ng granton account of T.Y.D.C •Scheme. 62,781.13

1 *.? 3» i i . recurring grant for additionalteaching staff. 54,454.59

193. Bihar i. Non recurring grant on account of T.Y.D.Cscheme.

i i . recurring grant for additional

1,68,925.00

teaching staff. 1,00,000.00

194. Bhagalpur Npn-racurring grantonracddiititioofilT. Y. D.Cfechemdi. 326.63

195. Magadh -do- 2,65,463.05

196. Ranchi -do- 2,77,836.68

197. Rajasthan i. Ido- 49,053.81i i . -do-

i i i . Recurring grant98,739i00

for additionalteaching staff. 84,121.84

iv. -do-4

1,93,162.50

198. Poona On account of re­curring grant for additional teachingstaff 4,00,000.00

199. Marathwada i. recurring grant for additionalteaching staff 40,265.00

i i -do- 14,614.11

200. S. N. D.T. Women's Non-recurring grantUniversity. on account of

T.Y.D.^. Schemei 91,430.00

INTRODUCTION OF GENER.iL EDDCx TION

201. MarathwadaUniversityj 4,066.00

Establishment of Noni-Resident Student CentreS. Name of the Univer- Total Share of Grant s AmountNo. sity/College. approved ' ^U.G.C. already released.

cost. raid.1. •2. 3.. 4. 5. 6.

2u‘ . iigra University/

202.

2 0 3 .

K.G.K. College Moradabad.

52,550

Maharaj Singh Degree '■ColJnge (Saharanpur) 50,094

35,000

35,000

i-25,000 5y000 IV Instt.

C D6).

10,000 10,000 II Instt.

1. • 2. . 3. 4. 5. 6.204. Tikaram Kanya-

Mahavidyalaya 54,755 35,000 30,000 5,000 IV Imstt.

205. Meerut college Meerut.

50,683 35,000 20,000 10,000 Ill/lnst.

206. D.i-i.V.college Kanpur. 49,450 35,000 10,000 15,000 II Instt.

207. D.ii.V college De rhadun. 56,607 35,000 20,000 . 10,000 I I I instt

208. l.D.Colle p'='Lakhim E |is: '5rr i 52,821 35,000 20,000 10,000 I I I instt

2u2. ..LL iHaBuD bNIVERSITl

209. iillahabad AgriculturalInstitute Allahabad. 70,000 32,228.22 30,000 2,228.22 nP

Iv Sc f ina l

210'. Andhra bniversity

210. V.S.R. college T'enali 51,500 35,000 30,000 5,000 V &

f in^l

211. C.P.R. college ‘Eluru., 37,000 35,000 20,000 5,000 I l l in s tt

Bihar University

212. Gaya College Gaya 37,626 35,000 25,000 5,000 Iv Instt,

2il3i- M.D.D.M. college Muzaf f arpur. G0R.iKPUR UNIVERSITY

34,736 34,736 15,000 13,000 I I I & IV Instalment.

214. St. Andrew's college Gorakhpur

54,095 35,000 20,000 5,000 I I I inst.

215. Shibhi NationalCollege, itzamgarh.

59,505 35,000 20,000 10,000 I I I instt

Gu.iarat University

216. K.il.college of CommerceSui'at. 73,100 35,000 25,000 10,000 IV instt.

717. Kerala University

217. St.Thomas college 50,773 Palai.

218. Sree Narayana college Quilon 61,918

35.000

35.000

25.000

10.000

8,000 I I I instt

15,000 I I instt

219. N.S.B. college Pandalam. 54,150 35,000 10,000 lO-jOOO II instt.

220. S.D. college i-illeppey. 36,690 35,000 20,000 10,000 I I I instt

2,21. S.B. college-Changauacherry. 49,997 35,000 30,000 5,000 IV iHstt.

.222

Madras University

P.S.G. college of Technology. 1,00,000 35,000 30,000 5,000 Iv instt.

. 3 3

■26-1. 2. 3. 4.

223. M D . T , fi. lui dti", c o l le£ 8

: Tirunelveli

224. Madarai college,

55,500 35,000 20,000 10,000 I I I instt.

Madarai .

225. C.H. Mahajana college

50,000 35,000 30,000 5,000 I I I instt.

Eroc 9 50,000 35,000 30,000 5,000 IV instt.

226. St.Xa'-ier^s college' ?ala73l:co ttai

227. NuGPLR BNIVERSITl

227. HisicP college

72,000 35,000 10,000 15,000 II instt.

Nagpu..-. 36,150 35,000 30,000 5,000final.

I l l &

Pan.iab Bnj.versit?/

223. D.A.V. collegeChandigarh. 49,720 35,000 20,0c0 10,000 I I I i.nstt.

>229. Malwa Training

College Lu(3hiana 49,433 35,000 20,000 10,000 I I I instt.

230. Khalsa collegeAmrit sar.

Saugar University

231. Nev; Art and Commerce

48,800 35,000 10,000 10,000 II instt .

college Raipur. 40,875 35,000 20,000 10,000 I l l inst-

232. Narbada Maha VidyalaHoshangabad.

233. C II- Dabej college

72,000 35,000 ,30,000 5,000 I l l in s t t .

Bilaspur.

'"'ikram Uriversitv

50,000 35 5 OoO 20,000 10,000 I l l instt5

Government Hamidiacolle gs . Bhopal 37,500 35,000 25,000 9,000 IV &

V in a t t .

i'i.pra

235. N .'i.S . C o l le g e , Meerut (purchase o f L ib .books )

10,000/-. 6,667/-

236. M.M.H c o l l e g e ,Ga ziabad(C c n s t . of Men's h o s te l )

237. V .S .S .D .c o l le g e Kanpur (Expansion of science educa­t io n . )

D -I I

2,46,999 1,23,500D-I

26,998.69 13,000D -II

6,000/- 667/- f i n a l .

85,000 30,000 4th in s t t

238. Balwant Rajput c o l le g e Agra(Const, of Women’ s 87,200.00 65,400H oste l)

239. B. t). c o l l e g e , A l ig a rh (e:q>ansion of Scienceedu cation .) 1,70,07.0 85,0C»0

D - I I . __________

2^0.

4 l .

241.

D.S. Katior^'l '"('lie college 5 lTnnacx> (L'ib.Biiii'dirig) 68,759

' V . ; i . . . . D-IIAndhra' '

ii.M.A.L'. college Anakapalli Const!. of New. Hostel)

242. andhra Medicalcollege Visakha- pattnam(purchase of lib.books)

1,60,000D-I

75,000D-II

243.

A244.

245.

246,

O - * 7'T247

St.Joseph Training College for women Gunfur'purchase of Lib. books & furniture) 12,000

D-II

allahabad Agricultural Institute Allahabad

(construction of Women(s hostel) 2,12,560.

D-I

3wing Christian uoxxcge Allahabad (E:>cpansion of Science education) 58,240

D-IIBhagalpur

Bhagalpur Marwari college Bhogalpur 1,88,000 (const, of New Hoatel)P n y

248

249.

249.

§;50.

Jai Hind college and Basant Singh Institute of Science Bombay (purchase of Lib. equip­ment) 18,500

D-IIBurdwan

Banwari Lai Bhalotia ' college Asansol(Const. of men's hostel) 1,90,000

D-I

Calcutta

Sripat j±ngh collegeJaiganj (Const. ofMen's hostel) 1,90,000

Shri Krishna collegeBagoola(Const. ofMen's hostel) 1,90,000

D-I.

45,840

80,000

50 ,.000

8,000

1,15,000

29,120

94,000

12,333

95,000

95.000

95.000

25,000

4,000

30,000

8,000

70,000

85.000

65.000

25,000'II instt.

3,000

75,000 I instt.

30,000v' II instt

3,000 I I I inst,

12,000 4th instalment.

10.000 fina l

20.000 4th insti

bui-lding purchase of lib.books & furniture) 45,850 30,666 20,000

252. Parsundeb women coile ge JalpaiguriCWomen Hostel)

1,52,000 1,00,000 80,000

253. Ramakishna Mission Vidya, mandir, Velarmath(Const of men's Hostel)

9,000 ,3rd instt.

15,000 4th instt.

3,69,966 1,80,000 1,60,000 20,000D-I f ina l

instt.

254. Delhi

Maulana ^ zad Medical College Delhi(Purchase of Lib. bocks)

255. Gorakhpur

'^dai Partap college, VaranasiCExpansion of Science education).

Gu.iarat256. Shri Haribulabh Dass

Kalidass iirts college Ahmedabad(Const. of Men’ s hostel)

30,000

1,76,646

257. Candidas college and Sir P.P. Institute of

■Science Bhavnagar (Purchase of' Lib. books, J ournals & f urnit ure) 21,000

. Karnatak858. KoLSturha Medical college

HainitaKPurchase of lib.books) 60,000

259 J.T.college Gadag 2,17,500(Const, of Men’ s hostel)

Kerala260 St.Marry's college

Trichur(Const. ofWomen Hostel) . 1,08,549

30,000 20,000 5,0003rd instt', >

3,28,128 1,10,000

88,323

14.000

40.000

1,087750

81,412

65,000

4,000

75,000

15,000 3rd instt

6,000'2nd instt

6,412 f irial.

261. St.Thomas collegenalai (Const, of Lib. building & purchase of Lib. furniture) 1,79,000 1,19,333 1,15,000 4,333.

fina l

262. Gurnc.vayoorappancolleger ^nnu( c onst. of Me n’ sliostel) 2,44,091 1 , 2 2 , 0 4 6 9 0 , 0 0 0 20,000

4th instt

263. Mount CarKiril Training college 'Kottayam (Women's Hostel) 1,44,729

A'264. Providence Women college

Calicut (Const. of Women's Hostel) 23,800

265. St.Berchman collegeChangamcherry (Const. of-.en's hosi.u±) 2,62,600

1,08,547

17,850

82,500

70,000

10,000

50,000

30,.006 „ Srd inst^

7,000 2nd inst

10,0003rd instt.

266. Mar TheopliVis Trainingcollege Trivandrum( Women's Hostel) 1,12,000

Lucknow267. Kanya Kiilia college,

Lucknow. (Expansion ofscience education) 2,98,992

D-II

268. Kanyakubja Vocational Degree college Lucknow (Expansion of Science'Educati6n) 1,64,800

Madras

269. Women's Christian college Madras (C onst. of Women’ s Hostel) 2,28,300

84,000

1,49,496

82,400

1,00,000 80,000

10,080,000

25,000 1st inst,

25,000 I instt.

20,000fina l.

270. Sri Ivenashilinghan HomeScience college Coimbatore5Const. of lib.buildingand purchase of Lab. equipment) -..IjO.'rjO

43,050 28,7152 , ^10

15,000 13,700Final install.

271. P.S.G.Arts collegePeelamedu(Library build­ing) 2,71,000 1,25,000 90,000 10,000

4th instt,

272 -M.l.T. Hindu College, ITirunelveli (Library building & furniture)

58,500D-II

39,000 10,000 25,000 2nd Instt,

.273. St.Josephs' college, Tt’tuchirapalli (Construction of l ib . building.)

-4

274. Holy .Cross college,■ Tirudhirapalli

(purchase of Zoology equipment)

1,30,000

26,031

8e , ^66

17,354

40,000 20,0003rd instt.

10,000 1st Instt.

1. 2. 3.

- 3 0 -

4. ■5.Mysore

275. Mahatma Gandhi Memorial 81,500 College, Udipi.(i.Const, of lib.building ii.Const, of women Hostel)

1,04,205

HagnurM.M. college of •Science^ Nagpur (Expansion of Science e due at ion)

277. Aiaolak Chand Maha- vidyalja Yeotamal '('Const, of staff quarters) 75,460

0Sbia.Nl A

278. R.B.'V.R.R. Women's college, Hyderabad (Const, of Women Hostel)

Poona

279. Tilak college of education Poona (Const, of Men's Hostel)

280. S.S.V.P. Santhas Arts and Science •college Dhulia

■' (Me'n's Hostel)

281. Par’f'- r college Amalhe .r (C o ns t . of Lib. DUilding)

P a n . j a b282. Hans Raj Mahila Maha-

vidyalya Jullunder Const, of Women hostel)

283. D.A.V. college, Hoshiarpur(Const. of women Hostel)

284. 7.V.R. InstituteHoshiarpur(purchase of lib.books) ii.Const of Hostel & stock room)

285. D. a,. V. college , Chandigarh(Const. of l ib . building)

2,50,500

1,74,340

2,71,467

67,549

2.93.000

, 73,000

1.45.000

78,03611

62,288

286. Teacher's Trainingcollege Rewari(Const. of 80,605 women I'cstel)

54,334 18,000 .22,000 2nd Instt,,

78,154 20,000 30,000- “ 2nd instt.

•15,000 •- -

37., 730 - -

50,000 25,000 50,000 2nd instt.•

87,170 80,000 7,170final

25,000 90,000 30,000 3rd inst.

45,032 -

25,000 85,000 30,000 4th inst.

54,750 33,000 15,000. 3rd inst.

30,000 30,000 6,000 ' 3rd inst.

39,018 35,000 4,018final

41,525 25,000 15,000 ^ 3rd inst.

60,450 ■M 40,0001st

Ra.iasthan

287. St.G.B. Podar college, ■■ Nawalgarh(Const. of l ib . building)

S88. xiggarwal college, Jaipur (C oust. of l ib . building)

48,400 32,267

45,000 30,000

9,000

6,000

20,0002nd inst.

10,0002nd inst.

289. ’- Banasthali VidyapeethBanasthaiiCConst. ofstaff quarters) 1,11,483

Ranchi290. Jamshedpur cooperative

college,Jamshedpur (Const, of lib ibuilding) 1,81,841

291. St Xaviers’ college,Ranchi (C onst. of Men'sHostel) 2,48,644

51,150

1,21,227

98,169

90,000

30,000

20,0001st inst.

20,0004th inst.

30,000 2nd inst

292. Saugar

New iirts and Commercecollege , Raipur (Const. ofMen's Hostel) 2,06,000 1,03,000 90,000 10,000

4th i nst.

S.N.D.T.

293. Z.F.Wadla Women's college Surut (women Hostel) 1,16,836 87,630 15,000 30,000

2nd inst.

S. V.Y;idvapeeth

294. Nalni & .irvind Arts college.Vallabhvidya Nagar(Women Hostel) 1,97,596 1,48,197 . . .

S.No. Name of the Inst it u- Name of tipproved U.G.C Grants .t ion. the scheme cost share. released

295. Guljar Agricultural Const. of 500 500 500Degree college,Raipur 25 yards

shooting range.

296. J.V.Jain college.Sharanpur n 500 500 500

297. Ganj dunwara c olle ge, Et ah. i« 500 " 500 500

298. Ramakrishna college, Madhubani u 500 500 500

299. D.x»,.V college ,Siwan u 500 500 500300. Ramamnda college,

Bishanpur. t) 50C 500 500

301. Katwa College 5 Construction Burdwan of 25 yrds

shooting 500 500 500Range.

302. Ramburhat college,Ramburhat ” 500 500 500

303. St.Xavier's college, illume dabad. 500 500 500

304. Shia College, Lucknow 500 500 500305. Tbe Ra;jah Serhji college,

hnjore " 500 500 500306. Janta college of Education

Chanda “ 500 500 500307. D.A.V college,

Chandigarh. ’■* 500 500 500308. Arya college ,Ludhiana '•*309. Nehru college ,Jha j ;,ar

500 500 500500 500 500

310. Government College, Hoshiarpur 500 500 500

311. Shri Kalayan college,Sikar. '* 500 500 500

312. Governinent Saharia college Kaladora " 500 500 500

313. Barah Seni college,Aligarh. " 500 500 500

314. D.ii.V. college,Buland Shahar " 500 500 500

315. R.K. S. D. college ,Kaitb^ 500 500 500316. Lahiri college ,Chirimiri '* 500 500 500317, P P.N.Degree college,

Kanpur. " 500 500 500318. Government College ,Bundi " 500 500 500319, i-i.rya college ,Panipat. " 500 500 500320. Bipin Behari' college,

Jhahsi '* 500 500 500321. DayalSingh college,

Delhi. ” 500 500 500322. iikkimeni Nageshwewara .

Rao college ,Gudivada, '■* 500 500 500323. iiSansol G irls ' college

aSansol, " 500 500 500324. Dayanand college ,.1. imet-. " 500 500 .500325. K. G.K. college ,Moraaabad, “ 500 500 500326, Shri Ramakrishna Saraa

Vidh>a Mahavid^alaj a , Hoogi>. " 500 500 500

327, Chikkaiah NaickesfMahajana college ,Erode. '* 500 500 500

328. N.R.E.C. college,Khurja. ' " 50C 500 500.

329. G.L.A. college,Daltenganj. " 500 500 500

330. Pachaiyappa's college,Madras, *’ 500 500 500

331. St.Colambas college,Hazaribagh. " 500 500 500

332. D.ii.V. college, Muzaf f arnagar. 500 500 500

333. Malti Dhari college,Naubatkur. " 500 500 500

334. Government college ,Sirohi" 500 500 500335. Basaveshvar college,

Bagalkot. " 500 500 500

336. Shri Chaii;anva college Habra.

Construc­tion of25 j'rds

-jL . ifange, 500 500 500337. Shri Kund Kund Jain

De.' 'ree College, Khatauli. n 500 500 500

338. U.P.college of veterinary Science & -tinimal Husbandery

r

Mathura (t 500 500 500339. Dayanand college,

Hisear. II 500 . 500 500340. Din Hat a college , Dinhat a n 500 500 500341. Amolak Chand Ma.havidyalaya

leotiiial. tt 500 500 ■ 500342. Seth P.T.Arts & Science

SC olle ge,Dothra. 500 500 500343. Anand Chandra college,

J alpaigari. It 500 500 500344. Government College,

Bilaspur. n 500 500 500345. Lajpat Rai Memorial

College, Jagraon v» 500 500 500346. B.M.D.college Shripalpur

Poon Poon It 500 500 500347. K.V.Degree college,

Machhra tt 500 500 500348. Andhra Loyola college,

Vijayawada It 500 500 500349. abhaiyapuri college',

abhaiyapuri u 500 500 *500350. A.K.college,Shjkohabad It 500 500 500351. Jagat Naraya Lai college.>

Khkagoul. u 500 500 500352. Vidhan Chandra college,

Rishra It 500 500 500353. Di .i. Vl college ,n.bhoar. u 500 500 500354. Kisan college,Sohsarai. u 500 500 500355. ahir college,Rewari. It 500 500 500356. Government Raza college

Rampur. u 500 500 500357. Kandi Raj college ,Kandi It ■ 500 500 500358. S.R.K.Degree college,

Rirozabad. tt 500 500 500359. Khadir Mohideen college,

Adirampatt inam u 500 500 500360. D.ii.V. Degree college,

Lucknow. It 500 500 500361. D.N.Degree college,

Fateh garh. II 500 500 500362. Raiganj college ,Raiganj. It 500 500 500363. Sikh National college Banja‘ 500 500 500364. Shri Sanatan Dharam

college Hoshiarpur. It 500 500 500365. Vaish Post-graduate

college Shamli It 500 500 500366. So G.M. college ifiura'd. It 500 500 500367. Darbhanga Medicax college

Saheriasarai. tt 500 500 500368. Giridih college,Giridih It 500 500 500369. Moti Ram Babu Ram Degree

College, Haldwani. It 500 500 500370. Sir P.T.Science college

& Shri S.K. Shah and Shri Krishana O.M. Arts collegeModasa. u 500 • 500 500

2»0 4 -3.

371. Sardar Va llabhbai P a t e l -•co llege , Babua

Construe - t i o n o f 25 yards shoot ing Range.,

II

c o l ­l i

IIu

IVII

37S Tata college Chaihasa.

373. Mata Gujri college, Fatehgarh Sahib

374. S.B.Clty college , Nagpur375. Shrl Shivaji college,

ri.mravat i '*376. Ghatal Rabindra Satabarsiki

Mahavidyalaya,Midnapur "377. Goverraient Agricultural

Rewa378. Chhatrappati Shivaji

college ,Sit.ara.379. S.M, college,Chandausi380. Sitananda college,

Nandigram Ranchi.381. Ranchi College,Ranchi382. The Madura Dirviyam

Thayamavarar Hindi college, Petal. ”

383. R.P.Gogate college,Ratnagiri '*

384. Virudhunagar,Hindu Madras Senthikumara Nadar college' Virudhunagar.

385. Pachaiyappa'sccollege,Kanchupuram. • “

386. P.K.Roy Memorial college,-Dhanbad. ’*

387. ' Hans Raj Mahila Mahavidya-lay a Jullundur,

388. Kurnool Medical collegeKurnool. '■*

389. College of Engineeringiinantapur. '*

390. J.S.S. Science & Banashav-kari college, Dharv/ar. "

391. Government Degree college,Mhow. '*

392. R.S.K.Degree college,Simbhaoli “

393. J.H.Government Degree College, Betul.

394. Government College ofEngineering and Technology, Raipur. *'

395. Government Science college,Gwalior “

396. Banwari Lai Bhalotiacollege Asansol. ”

ege

500 500 500

50C 500 500

500 500 500500 500 500

500 500 500

500 500 500

500 500 500

500 500 500500 500 500

500 500 500500 ^ 500 500

500 500 500

500 500 500

500 500 500

50C . 50C 500

500 500 50C

500 500 500'

50c 500 500

500 500 500

500 500 500

500 500 ■ 500

500 500 ,500

500 500 500

500. 500 500

500 500 500

"35-ii!stablishnient of Students' Aid Fund

'A' Grants to Universities.

Rs.397. Baroda University 9,418.00398 Burdwan University 1 , 500.00399 Bombajr University 2,746.56400 Gorakhpur University 8,641.45401 Jodhpur University 4,741.00402 Patna University 10,000.00403 Visva-Bharati University 1,574.00404 Roorkee University ^ 10,000.00

Students' Aid Bund B- Grants to Colleges.

Agra University Colleges.

405 H.B.T. Institute, Kanpur 1,628.00406 Nar a i n ‘Degree Ooll-^ge, >

Shikdhabad. 1.450.00407 Hindu College, Moradabad. 2,000.00408 M.K.P. Colle/-e, Dehra-Dun 1 , 402.00409 U.P. College of Veterinary

Science & Animal Husbandry,Mathura 914.00

410 K.R. Girls Degree College, Mathura. 258.00

Andhra University

411 C.RoS, darraa College,Ongole

412 Govt. College for Women,Guntur.

413 Rajah R.S.R.K, Ranga Rao College, Bobbin

414 Govt. Arts College, Rajamundry415 Mrs. A'.V.U. College,

Visakhapatnam416 Hindu College, Guntur4 17 A.H.R. 0611ege, Gudivada418 Maharaja College, Vizianagram419. Andhra'Medical College,

Vicakhapatnam

Bombay Univer-^.sity

420. andCollege of Commerce Economics, Bombay.

4211 Parla College, Bombay422. Ismail .Jusuf College,.

Bombay.423- Ruparel College, Bombay424. Govt. Law College, Bombay425* R.A. Podar College of Comm­

erce and EconO'-ics Bombay426. Siddharth College of Comm­

erce and Economics, Bombay

Bhagalpur University

427. T.N.B, College,Bhagalpur

1,140.00

1 ,310.00

212.00

2,000 .00

1.978.001.962.001.478.00 2,000.00

948.00

2,000.00

2 ,000.00 2,000.00

2,000.00 2 ,000.00

1 ,953.00'

2,000.00

2,000.00

Contd.

Bur d wa n Un i v er ■ i t y- 5 6 -

428 Kalna C o l le g e , Zalna 1 ,198.0042 9 Scrampore C o lle g e , Ccrampore. 2 ,000.00430 Hira l a l Paul C o l le g e , Nabagram 580.00431 r r iv e n id e v i B ha lo tia C o lle g e ,

Raift'anj. 1 ,521.00

433 Ramashroy Baleohwar C o lle g e ,Dalsixagsarai

Bihar Univere it.y

621.00

434 Lakshmi Marain Collegfe, Bhagwanpur 981 .00435 Ram Rayalu Cingh C o llage ,

Mufiaffarpur 2 ,000.00436 Rajindra C o lle g e , Chapra

Marwari Mahavidyalaya,2 ,000.00

437Darbhanga 1,430.00

438. Sahpur P a to r i C o l le g e ,Darbhan^J^a 672.00

439. D.A.V. C o lle g e , Siwan 2 ,000.00440. G.D. College,, Begusai-'ai

Ca lcutta U n iv e rs ity

1,500.00

441 Vidyasagar C o lle g e (Day C la sses ),C a lcu -tta 2 ,000.00

442 Krishnagar C o l le g e , Nadia 1 ,319.00443 S a r o j in i Baidu C o llege f o r Women,

Calcutta 2 ,000.00444 Ranaghat C o l le g e , Nadia. 1,718.Q0445 Mabishadal Raj C o l le g e , Mahishadal. 1 ,868.00446 Taki Covt. C o l le g e , 24 Parganas. 851.00447. Rammohan C o l le g e , -Calcutta 2 ,000.00448 C o lleg e o f Commerce, Midnapur 1 •, 137.00449 Pauskura Banamali C o l le g e , Pauskura 1,110.00450 Sivanath Sast 'r i C o l le g e , Calcutta 2 ,000.00451 R ish i Bank im chan dr a. C o l le g e ,

N a ih a t i 2 ,000.00452 M.M.C. C o l le g e , Calcu tta 2 ,000.00453 Mahishadal R a j-C o lle g e ,

Mahishadal 654.00(a rrea rs f o r 1961-62

454 Krishnagar Women's C o l le g e ,Calcutta 347.00

455 ■ -do - 1,465.00(a rrea rs fcr 1961™62

456 Jiagan j C o llege o f CommerceMurshidabad 700.00

457 Sr ipa t singh C o l le g e ,Murshidabad 2 ,000.00

458 Charuchandra C o l le g e ,Calcutta ^ 2 ,000.00

459 Murlidhar G ir ls ' C o l le g e ,C a lcu tta .

D elh i U n iv e rs ity

1,792.00

460 Pdhn:alal G irdhari L a l D.A.V. C o l le g e , D e lh i.

1,350.00

461 Ramjas Colleg'-e, D e lh i. 2 ,000.00462 D elh i P o ly tech n ic , D elh i 1,283.00463. Institu-'-e o f Post-Graduate

( ’'Vening- S tud ies ) D e lh i. 1

2 ,000.00

Cont,d.. .,

- 3 1 -

Gu,1arat University

464 M.T.B. Arts College, Surat 2,000.00465' Sarvajanik College of Science,

*2,000.00Surat466 M.G.Science Institute,

Ahmedabad 2,000.00467 Parkash Arts College,

Ahmedabad 472.00468 Sarvajanik Law College,

.Surat 339.00469 "Shri A.M.P. law Col.lego,

Eajkot

Gorakhpur 'University

534.00

470 B.R.D. College,2,000.00Deoria.

471 Kisan Degree College,Basti 1,102,00

472 Tilak Dhari College,Jaunpur 2,000.00

473 Degree College,Ghazipur 2,000.00Kisan. Degree College, Bahraier. 407,00Gauhati University

474 S .3 . College,1,156.00Hailakapdi

473 D.M. College,Imphal 2,000.00

476. Nowgang College, Nawgang Arya Vidyapeeth College,

2,000.00477

Gauhati 1,636,00478 Gurucharan College,

S ilchar 2,000.00479 Debra3 Roy College,

Golaghat 761.00480 B.N. College, Dhubri 2,000.00

J Jabaipur University •

481 St. Aloyius College,Jabalpur 1,890.00

Jammu cl Kashmir

4821S.P.M. Rajput Collegeof Commerce, Jammu

Kerala University

295.00

483 N.S.S. College, Ppndalam 2,000.00484 Govt. College, Chettur 1 ,002.00485 St. Alberts College,

■Ornakulam 2,000.00486 University College,

Trivandrum 1,791 .00487 IT.S .3 . ..Training College,

Changahacherry 300.00488 Catholicate College, ‘

Pathanamathitta 2,000.00489 St Joseph's College for Women,

Alleppey 892.00490 T.K.M. College of Ungg-., Quilon 1 ,046-.00491 Govt. College, Kasaragod 738.00492 Engineering College, Trichur 899.00

Contd,

(g)493 •

494-

495.

496.

497.

498.

499.

500

-38-

Karnatak University

R.L. Sci'-'nce Institute,Belgaum.Kanara College,Kumta.Engineering College,GulbargaArts & Science College,NipaniUniversity College of Education, Dharwar.

Lucknow University

Shia College, Lucknow

•Magadh University

Gaut.am Budha Mahila College, Gaya

Marathwada University

Government College of Agriculture,Parbhani

1 ,220.00

1.647.00

1.264.00

60g.00

188.00

1,132.80

696.00

590.00501 Dr. Ambedkar College of

Corpmorc e, Aurangabad. 2,000.00502 S .3 . V.S .3 . Colle- e of

Arts, Osmanabad. 857.00503 Govt Arts & Scifsace

College, Aurgngabad. 2,000.00504 Deogiri College,

Aurangabad 610.00

Madras University

505 R.D.M. College, S ivaganga 1 ,775.00

506 Lady DOak College, Madurai 2,000.00

507 Auxilium College, U. Arcon 2,000.00

508 St. Mary's College, lu licorin 708.00

509. S.I.E .T. V/omen's College, Madras. 2,000.00

510 law College, Madras. 2,000.00

511 St. Johon's College, Palayamkottai 2,000.00

512 P.S.G.'-Arts College, Pielamedu 2,000.00

^for513 A.V.C, College,

Mayuram 2,000.00

@ ) Madras Christian College, Tambaram 1,314.00

C o n td . .

• 3 9 -

51 5 Shri Avinashilingam HomeScience College,C6im‘batore.

516 Shni Pushpam College,Poondi

517 Sarah Tackar College, Palayamkottai

M Mysore University

518 Maharaja's College,Mysore

519 , Mount Carmel College,Ben&ilore.

520 M.G.M. Collere, •Udipi

521 The Rural College,• Kanakpura

, Panjab University

522 Eajpat Rai Memorial College, Jagraon

523 ■ S.D. College,Barnala

524 • Khalsa College for Women,Sidhwan Khm’d

525 • D-.A .V. College,Amritsar.

52 6526 ■ Dyal Singh College,

Karnal

527 •' D.A.V. College for Women,Karnal

528 ■ Mata Gujri College,Patehgarh Sahib

529' ■ , 'S.G.G.S. Khalsa College,Mahilpur

530’ • , Govt. College,Hoshiarpur

531 Arya College, Panipat

532 R.K. Arya College,Nawanshahr Doaba

Nagpur University

533 Shri Shivaji College, Amravati

534 G.S, College of Commerce and Economics, Nagpur

404.00

2,000.00

2,000.00

2,000.00

2,000.00

1,488.00

1.656.00

694.00

1 . 525.00

802.00

2,000.00

2,000.00

81 6.00

1.196.00

2,000.00

2,000.00

2,000.00

1.740.00

2,000.00

2,OOO.00

Contd.. . .

535

556

537

538

539

540

541

542

543

544

545

546

547

548

549

550

551

552

553

554

555

556

-40-Osmania University

S.R.R. Arts Golle e, . Karimnafar

Arts & Science College,Gadwal

Arts and S.gience College, Waradgal

Poona University

Gopp.1 Krishna Gokhale College, Kolhapur

H.P..T. College, Nasik

Tilak Ayurveda Mahavidyalaya, Poona.

Ahmednagar College,Ahmcdnagar

Tilak College of "Education, Poona

Mudhoji College,Phalton

K.P. Gogate College,Ratnagiri

Walchand College of Engineering Sangli

B.M. College of Commerce,Poona

Raja Ram College,Kolhapur

Pergusson College,Po ona.

Ranchi'Univers ity

G.l.A. College,Daltonganj

St. Columhia’ s College, Hazaribagh

Gumla College, Gum-ua

P .K . Roy Memorial College, Dhanbad

S.S.l.N .T . Mahila Mahavidyalaya Dhanbad.

Rajasthan University

Govt, Degree College,Dun^arpur

Dungar College, Bikaner

Agarwal Degree College,Jaipur

850.00

186.00

2,000.00

2,000.00

2,000.00

614.00

2,000.00

461.00

605.00

1 ,134 .00

865.00

2,000.00

2,000.00

2,000.00

2,000.00

2,000.00

680.00

1 ,151 .00

792.00

500.00

2,!)00.00

1,198.00 ____

557

558

559

560

561

562

563

564

565

566

567

568

569

570

571

572

573

574.

575

, . -41-Birla ColleA'e, Pilani

Seth Rameshwar Lai Saharia College, Kaladera

Savi'tri Girls' 'College,Ajmer

Dayanand College, Ajmer

ShaS53.da Sadan College, Mukandgarh

Chfaya- College Chira'wa

Sardar Patel Medical College, Bikaner

Govt, College, Ajmer

Government College,Jhalawar

Birla College of "togineering Pilani

S.M.J. Collegey Bharatpur

Government College,Bhilwara

Bhupal No'bels' Colleg'o, Udaipur

Government Degree College, Dholpur

Saugar University

Government Arts and Science • College, Durg

Narmada Mahavidyalaya Hoshangabad

Government Degree College, Sidhi

Durga Mahavidyalaya,Raipur

576

Durga Mahavidyalay, Raipur

S.N.D.T. Women's Univeraity

Z .P . V/adia V/omen.ls College, Surat

Sri Venkateswara University

( fo r 19C1^62)

476.00

692.00

2,000.00

2,000.00

1 ,358.00

643.00

2,000.00

762.00

1,968.00

1-, 7 60.00.

1 ,796.00

368.00

172.00

1,191.00

835.00

680.00

1 ,750.00

651 .00

515.00

577

5 7 8

Govt. Arts & Science College, Chittoor

Andhra Veterinary College,T irupat i

683.00

1,062.00

Contd.,.

579

580

t:

581

582

585

584

585

586

587

588

TrainingGovernment/College Kurnool

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Sri V^nkateswara UniversityCollege, Tirupati 1,524.00

Utkal University

Women's College,S ambalpur 114.00

Bhadrak College,Bhadrak 955.00

Government Science College,Phulbani ' 9/-

Vikram University

M.L.B. Girls' Degree College, 1,851.00Bhopal

Government Sanskrit Degree College,Indore 125.00

Government Degree College,Bhind ' 2,000.00

-do-

P .G.B.T . College, Uj jain ..

1 ,429.00(arrears for 1961-62)

258.00

kamal

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HOBBY WORKSHOP SCH MF. (5 )

U n iv e r s i t y / C o l l e g e Approved U.G.C's Grants a lready Grants- Cost Share paid re leased ,

D .A .V . ■ C o l le g e Kanpur

1 28,129/-(N .R . )

I

Tf 2 0 , 0 0 0 /-1 (N .R . )1

f ' 1{ 5,000/- I

(N .R . ) I

f

4 ,000/ - (N .R . ) (D. Item 6 )

Chr is t C o l le g e I r in ja la k u d a

I 3 1 , 2 0 0 /-1 (N .R . )

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1 2 0 , 0 0 0 /- 1 (N .R . )

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I 1 5 , 0 0 0 /- 11 (R .R . ) 1

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5 ,000/- (N .R . ) (D .Item 6 )

5 9 1 Parook C o l l e g e , Peroke

X I / Y j YI ( I L R . ) I (N ,R . ) I

12,500/- ! 12,500/- I(R) I (R)

20,000/- (N ,R.)

2 , OOQip- (D .Item 6 )

5 9 2 Lyalpur Khalsj C o l l e g e , Jullundur

593 D , N D e g r e e C o l l e g e ,M e orut

594 B . S > C o l l e g e Mathura

33,458/- } 20,000/- (N ,R . ) I (N .R . )

12,500/- I 1 2 , 5 0 0 /-

15,000/-(R .R . )

-3,000/- ( D.Item 6 )

!r ) (R),000/- I(R)

---------------- 1--------------------- 1-------------------26,012/- I 20,000/- S 10,000/-(R .R . ) (N .R . ) (N ,R . )I {\

I

I 2 000/-I (IT.R.)I (D . I ' .m- 6 )

T,

25 ,1 4 2 / - ! 20 000/ - (N .R . ) I (N .R . )

15,000/-(N .R . )

2,000/-(D . I tern 6 )

1 2 /500/.(R)

1 2 , 5 0 0 /-(R)

5 9 5 Poona U n iv e rs i ty 46 ,700/ - ! 46,700/-(N .R . ) 5 (N .R . )

2 5 , 0 0 0 /-(R)

2 5 , 0 0 0 /-(r )

46,700/.(N .R . )

4,000/-U )

X

5,086

22,086/.

kamal

■ Confidentia l

University'G rants Commission

M eeting;

Date

Time

Place

3rd A p r il, 1963.

10 A.M.

4,

5

6,

7.

8.

9.

U.G.C. O ffice Mathura Road, Mew D e lh i.

A G E N D A

1-i To receive the minutes o f the meeting o f the Commission held on 6th March, 1963,

2. To receive a report o f action taken on certa in matters'.

3, To receive a statement o f grants paid and expenditure Incurred a fte r the la s t meeting o f the Commission held on 6th March, 1963.

To receive a statement o f grants paid by the U;G.C. during 1962-63 upto the end o f February,, 1963.

To consider a reference from the M in istry o f Edupatlon regarding setting up o f a National In s titu te fo r Rural Higher Education.

To receive the views o f the U n ivers ities on the Question o f placing on a permanent basis the teaching posts sanc­tioned under the Five Year Plans In the d iffe ren t Univer­s i t ie s .

To consider the suggestions made by the Informal Consul­ta t iv e Committee,,of Members o f Parliament on Education.

To consider the le tter, received from the M in istry o f Education regarding tho recommendation o f the f i r s t A l l India Sports Congress In respect o f the employment o f coaches trained by the National In s titu te o f Sports by the U n ive i^ ities and C olleges.

To consider a note regarding the basis o f admission to the Engineering College at Banaras Hindu U n iversity .

10. To consider a proposal from the Banaras Hindu Unlve;gsity fo r the establishment o f an Extension Wing at the College o f Agricu ltu re.

11. To consider a reference from the Visva-Bharat1 U n iversity regarding the future o f the Rural In s t itu te , Saritinlketan

12, To_ .consider a proposal from the A ligarh Muslim U n iversity . for: the appointment o f a Professor o f Sanskrit.

13. To receive a note from the Delhi U n ivers ity that no new . College w i l l lie opened In Delhi during 1963-64 In t.hb

lig h t o f the communication f¥om the Planning Commls-sion.

14. To further consider the proposal o f the Gnjardt Univer­s ity to name the U n ivers ity Library build ing a fte r the deceased father o f A donor.

p .t .0.

15. To consider the recommendations o f A .I.C .T .E . regarding the increase in intake o f the College o f Engineering and Technology, A ligarh Muslim U niversity from 120 to 240 and for provision o f separate laboratories and workshops for the U n iversity Polytechnic.

16, To consider the recommendations o f the A .I.C .T .E . regarding additional^ recurring grant fo r the degree course in Architecture at the U n iversity o f Roorkee,

IS. To consider the recommendations o f the A .I.C .T .E .regarding the introduction o f the 5-year integrated degree course in Chemical Engineering at the Laxminarayan In s titu te o f Technology, Nagpur, and fo r ra ising the admission capacity at the In s titu te .

18, To consider the' recommendations o f the A .I.C .T .E . re ­garding starting o f Management Courses at Kerala and Osmania U n ivers ities .

■ ' ■ . -2-

19. To consider the reports o f the "Visiting Committees appointed to assess the development needs o f (a) 'Vlkram U n iversity , (b) Jabalpur U n iversity and (c ) Punjabi Uni­v e rs ity during the Third Five Year Plan period.

20. To consider the question whether the A ligarh MuslimU n iversity be given assistance in fu l l by the Commission towards the expenditure o f Rs. 8.5 lakhs, approved for construction o f the Physics Laboratory iDuilding, waiving the condition regarding the U n ivers ity 's contrilSution o f Rs. 4,37,582. •

21. To consider the report o f the V is it in g Committee appoin­ted to examine and assess the requirem.ents o f the Punjab U n iversity _for starting Honours and Post-graduate courses in basic Medical Science.

22. To consider a proposal from the Asia Foundation fo r giving assistance to u n ivers ities towards the purchase o f books, equipment, e tc . from the d o lla r area.

23. T'o consider the question o f assistance the Central Govern­ment; may render in the event o f a U n iversity in a State being forced to close 'down.

24. ~To note the date and place o f the next meeting tp be heldin May, 1963.

25. Any other business with the permission o f the Chairman. '•

U nivers ity Grants Commissiono • •

Meeting:

Dated 3rd A p r il, 1963

SUPPLEMENTARY AGENDA

Addl.Item 1;

2:

3:

6

To consider a proposal from- the Indian School o f In ternationa l Studies regard­ing the f ix a t io n o f the sa lary o f the V is it in g Professor in Economics.

To receive the Audit Reports on the Annual Accounts o f the U n ivers ity Grants Commissloi; fo r the years 1958-59 to 1961-62 as placed before Parliament.

To consider the d e s ir a b il ity o f u t i l is in g the non-recurring grants made to colle^ges under the th ree-year degree course scheme w ith in a maximum period o f four years.

To consider a proposal to set up a "pool o f teachers" (somewhat on the lin es o f the C .S .I.R , pool o f s c ie n t is ts ) . ^

To <»onsider a proposal fo r g iv in g finan­c ia l assistance to s c ie n t i f ic workers/ teachers in- the u n ive rs itie s fo r under­taking research or learned work.

To consider the report o f the Soramittee appointed in connection with the proposal to declare Gujarat Vldyapeeth as a Uni­v e rs ity under Section 3 o f the U.G.C.A c t ,

CONFIDENTIAL

U niversity Grants Commission Hathui^a RoaU> New Delhi

Proceedings o f the 47th meeting o f the U n iversity Grants Commission held in New Delhi on the 6th March,. 1963.

The fo llow ing were present}

1. Prof,. D.S. Kothari2. Shri S.R. Das3. Dr. A.C. Joshi4. Shri D.C. Pavate5. P ro f. A.R. Wadia6 . Shri B. Shiva Rao7. Shri P.N, K irpal8 . Shri V.T. Dehejia9. Dr. P.J. P h ilip

Secretaria t

1. Dr. V.S. Patankar2. Dr. S. Bi^attacharya3. Shri R.K. Chhabra4. Dr. D. Shankarnarayan

ChairmanMember

Secretary

Development O ffic e r (S ) Education O ffic e r (H) Assistant Secretary .Education O ffic e r

Kunzru.Apologies fo r absence were received from P t. H.N,

Chairman welcomed the members to the new building o f the U n iversity Grants Commission.

Item 1} To receive the minutes o f the meeting o f theCommission held on 5th February 1963..

The Mnutes o f the 46th meeting o f the U n iversity Grants Commission held on the 5th February 1963, already c ircu la ted , were confirmed subject to the fo llovdn g amendments:-

Item 11; A ris ing out o f the Minutes, the Commission re­ite ra ted it s decision to g ive recogn ition to the Vidyapeeth to conduct postgraduate course in Applied Sociology (S oc ia l Work) and also to conduct undergraduate courses in a ll ie d subjects. I t was f e l t , however, that in the in te res t o f ra is in g the qua lity o f work i t would be desirable fo r the . Vidyapeeth- to concentrate i t s resources on the Applied Sociology course and not go in fo r postgraduate courses in other subjects. As a specia l case the Commission agreed to the Vidyapeeth completing the course fo r the postgraduate students admitted in Sociology and Economics5 but so fa r as fresh (post-graduate) admissions were concerned, these should be lim ited to M.A. in Applied Sociology.

Item 2; To receive a report o f action taken on certa in matters.

The Commission confirmed the action taken on the items l is te d in Appendix I o f these minutes, subject to the fo llow in g observations;

Ih connection with the item 2 ( 8 ) (regarding up­grading o f Readerships in Adult Education ), the Chairman said that he would lik e to look into the matter further ■

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and bring i t up again before the CoiirniFslToh. I t was the general po licy o f the Commission that in sanctioning new Professorships or upgrading Readership.s, we should sa tis fy ourselves that persons o f adequate competency would be ava ilab le 5 and\the creation o f such-’ appoint- , ments would not lead to ,d ilu tion o f academic standards.

2 (25) i The’.question whether teachers selected under the Retired Teachers Scheme may .be given additional remuneration by u n ivers ities may be referred to the Committee set up' fo r selection- o f teachers under the scheme.

Item 3; > To receive a statement o f grants 'paid -and' expenditure incurred a fte r th e ’ la s t meeting

o f the Commission held on 5.2.1963,

• . The Commission .approved the grants paid/ sanctioned^nd the expend.!ture incurred as shown in- Appendix IT o f these minutes.

Item 4; To receive a statement o f grants paid by the U.G.C. during 1962-63 upto the end o f January 1963.

The Commission noted the statement o f grants paid by the U.G.C. during 1962-63 upto the end of January 1963.

Item 5i To receive a report on an o f fe r o f a further grant from the UNESCO under

. United Nations Expanded Programme o f Technical Assistance fo r purchase o f. equipment during 1963-64 fo r -the Centres o f Advanced Studies at the Indian U n ivers ities

- This was noted. , ,

Item -6; To feceiVG a report on the present position ■ o f \\Tork re la tin g to the Review Committees

in (a ) Science and (b ) Humanities and Socia l Sciences subjects appointed by the U.G.C. .

The Commission noted the progress made in the work o f the Review Committees and desirod that steps may be taken to expedite f in a lis a t io n o f the reports.

Item 7 i To consider a proposal -for the estab lish­ment o f a Research Centre in Parapsychology at one o f the ;Indian U^niversities.

The Commission agreed that a Cont.re fo r research in Parapsychology be set up preferably a t Andhra Univer­s ity as an' ".experimental .project" in the f i r s t ins'tance fo r a period o f f iv e years and assistance provided at hundred per cent >for that period.. $he .question o f continuance o f the Centre th erea fter may be, considered on the basis o f th.e results achieved by- i t .

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Item 8; To consider the question o f .incl.u^^n o f the In s titu te o f Ecqnomic Growth, U n iversity in the l i s t of. in s titu tion s recognized under Section 2 ( f ) o f the U.G.G., Act.

faking into account the relevant aspects, i t was- generally f e l t that widening the scope o f Section 2 ( f ) o f the U.G.C. Act may' not be de'sirab.le.

As regards the In s titu te o f Economic Growth, the Gomiaission agreed that the idea o f having a separate department o f Applied Economics to- cover-the a c t iv i t ie s undertaken by the In s titu te may be commended to the univer­s ity o f Delhi-:'for consideration in the l ig h t o f the specia l circumstances re la tin g to. the matter and considering also the way in which teaching, and research in Economics have develop­ed in the Tqniyersity

Item 9t To consider the proposal from the Delhi U n iversity fo r the s tartin g o f certa in

• new courses in the a f f i l i a t e d co lleges with e f fe c t from the academic year 1963-64.

.The Gommisslon agreed to the proposal o f the Delhi U n iversity to ,sta.rt B.A. (Hons), course in Sanskrit at the Janki Devi Mahavidyalaya and B.A.(Hons) course in Mathematics dt Dayal Singh Gollege. As regards, the proposal to s ta rtB.A. (Pass) Gourse in Sanskrit received from the'S .V . GOUege and S.G.;T.B. G ollege, the Gommisslon was o f the view that i f there .was a reasonable demand fo r such course i t may be agreed to.- Information may be obtained from the .Golleges regarding the humber l ik e ly to be admitted to the' proposed course.. . -

Item 10; To consider the proposal o f the Banaras Hindu U niversity fo r further development o f i t s Lav/ Gollege.

The Gommisslon regretted its ' in a b il i ty to agree to the scheme o f the Banaras Hindu U n iversity fo r further development o f i t s Law College. The question may,: however, be considered under the Fourth Plan.

Item 11; To consider a reference from 'the Minis'try o f Education fo r assistance to A liga rh 'Muslim and Banaras Hindu U n ivers ities to enable them to uj/grade th e ir ‘high schools to

■■ ' higher secondary schools.

The Commission was not in fayour o f the expaa-feibn ■ o f numbers in the schools maintained by'' the A ligarh and Banaras U n ivers it ies . The Commission agreed to re fe r the proposal fo r introducing the higher secondary course in these schools as also the question o f salary rev is ion etc.,,- to' a committee consisting o f Shri B. Shiva'Rao, Shri D'. C.Pavate, Shri P.N. JCirpal and Shri y .T . Deheoia,

Item 12? To consider a proposal from the Visva- Bharati fo r introducing Bo'tahy and Zoology as subsidiary subjects o f study fo r the B.So. degree course.

The Commission accepted the proposal o f the

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Visva-Bharati University fo r introducingBotany as a subsidiary subject fo r the B.Sc, course but desired that the question o f starting Zoology be considered at a la te r stage.

Item 13; To consider a reference from the Banaras Hindu U n ivers ity regarding the terms and conditions of, appointment o f the Vice- Chancellor and Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the Un iversity.

, , The Commission re itera ted i t s e a r lie r decisioh taken regarding the terms and conditions- ;for the appointment o f Vice-Chancellor and Pro- > ,,“

' Vi'ce-Claancelloi’ in the Banaras Hindu U niversity.

Item 14; To consider a reference from the, Delhiand Banaras Hindu U n ivers ities regarding rev is ion o f scales o f pay o f the Registrar, Deputy Registrar and Assistant Registrars.

The Commission noted that.tho scales o f pay o f Registrar,- Deputy Registrar and Assistant Registrar in the Central U n ivers ities had been revised recently. The Commission did. not agree to a further revis ion at the present stage. The Commission further observed that, in general, there should be parity as' regards scales o f p'ay fo r corresponding adm inistrative and other non-academic posts in the "four Central 'Unly'er- sit-ie-s. . , ■ . .

Item 15? To consider a proposal from Banaras Hindu U niversity to change the designation o f the Instructors to Associate Lecturers in fa cu lties other than Engineering and Technology and to accordingly revise the scale.

The Commission did not agree to the above proposal regarding salary scales, but there was no 9'tijeQ:tion to the proposed change in designation, i f the U n iversity so desired.

Item 16: To consider a proposal from the IndianSchool o f In ternational Studies fo r payment o f grant on. 100 basis fo r construction o f Hostel,

The Commission regretted its in a b ility to meet the cost o f construction o f the proposed hostel o f the Indian School o f International Studies at 100 bas is .

Item 17; To 'receive a report on the discussions with the Gujarat Government regarding r e v is ip n y f the pay scales o f. teachers in Government colleges and the question o f maintenance o f U.G.C. scales in the private co lleges .

This was recorded.

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To, .receive a report on the discussions with the Maharashtra Government regarding the rev is ion o f the pay scales o f teachers in Government co lleges and the question o f maintenance o f U.G.G. scales in the. p rivate co lleges .

The Commission noted the report o f the discussion held with the Maharashtra Government and desired that the same- method- o f salary fix a t io n as adopted by thd' .Gujarat Government by g iving weightage fo r past service o f teachers may be commended to the Maharashtra Government fo r possible implementation. ,

•Item 19; - To Consider the Kerala State Government*srequest fo r continuance o f assistance under the scheme o f rev is ion of' sa laries o f co llege teachers beyond the 6 year period.

•„ -;The Commission did not accept the proposal to extend i t s .-assistance fo r rev is ion o f salary scales o f co llege teachers be/ond the usual s ix year period.

Item 20? To consider the recommendations o f the it.I.C .T'.E .(a ) regarding expansion o f the 'Department o f

' ■ Chemical Engineering and Technology, Punjab.University,’ (b.) fo r the introduction ef.,..a degree course in Metallurgy at the U n iversity o f Roorkee, and i d ) fo r ' ra is ing the admission o f students

...... . . to co llege o f Engineering,- Burla, Utkal U n iversity■ /' ' from 120 to 180 per annumv-

■- The-G.ommisSion accepted the. recommendations o f the4 .I.G .T .B . a'hd agreed to pay i t s share, of the grant .as. de.tailed below?

(a ) Punjab University

Nori- recurring

i ) Buildings

ii-) Equipment including library- and furn iture

.Recurring

i ) S ta f f ’ • ' '

' i i ) Maintenance

H ostelvfdr 180 students

(b ) Roorkee U n iversity

Non-recurring

Recurring -

H os te l. for--240 students

expenditureRs.

U.G'dC.- share

Rs •

4 ,48,400 ■ a-,24 j200

1,35', 000 p . a . ‘ -67,500

34,000 " - 17,000

4,66,200 -'(ioan)

ll,18 j200 ' ' 5,59,100

'.2.',63-,500.;- 1,31,7.50.

' '6,49,200. (loan )

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( c) Utkal University

Non-recurring 8,26,000

. Recurring 1,81,000 90,500

Hostel fo r 125 students 3,89-jOOO (loan )

A.S regards the fiv e -y ea r integrated course, the Commission observed that in some, oases‘ i t may ,be an advantage, both academically and fin a n c ia lly , not to ms ko the f ir s t -y e a r science course an in tegra l part o f the f iv e -y e a r course, but make provision fo r i t instead in the science departments o f the un iversity where these are located on the same campus as' the engineering department/college. I t was agreed that a •decision in th is matter may be l e f t to the -universities concerned as i t would depend on the lo ca l circumstances and fa c i l i t i e s ava ilab le .

Item 21j To Consider the reports o f the V is it in gCommittees appointed to assess the develop­ment needs o f the (a ) Jammu & KashmirUniversity (b ) Roorkee University; (c ) .....Gurukul Kangri Vishvavidyalaya and (d)_ Jamia M illia Islam ia.

The Commission accepted the recommendations o f''the" V is itin g ' Committees and agrcedto pay its '" share o f "the grants as deta iled in Appendix I I I * The basis o f sharing o f expenditure in respect o f development schemes o f the Gurukul Kangri and Jamia M ill ia Islamia would be the same as in the case o f State U n ivers ities .

Item 22i To consider the proposal to declare Gujarat Vidya Pceth to be deemed as a University under Section 3 o f the U.G.C. Ac-t. .

The, Kashi Vidyapith had been recommended by the Commission fo r recognition as an in s titu tion to be deemed as a -university under Section 3 o f the U.G.C. Act. In view o f the fa c t that the Gujarat Vidyapith, as regards- the h istory o f i t s origin-and^and the nature o f 'th e courses provided by i t , was in many ways sim ilar to the Kashi Vidyapith, i t was agreed that a committee may be appointed to examine whether it s teaching, work and organisation,and p o ten tia lity fo r further development were o f a standard such that recognition could be given to the Vidyapith under Section 3 o f the U.G.C. Act. The Committee may consist o f P ro f. A.R. Wadia and Shri B. Shiva Rao, and one or two experts to be nominated by the Chairman.

Item 23; To consider a reference from the M inistry; . . o f Education regarding award o f External

degrees by Indian U n ivers ities .

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The Commission was o f the view that there was a d e fin ite need (sp ec ia lly in re la tion to the Indian populat­ion outside the country) fo r providing fo r external degrees.I t may not be desirable 'that provision fo r such degrees is made by a l l u n ivers ities genera lly , but the provision should be lim ited to a small number o f selected u n ive rs ities . The Commission desired that the proposal to award external degrees may be commended to the U niversity o f Delhi. Information may be obtained about u n ivers ities in India which already provide such degrees,♦ 1 T . . . . 7/

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Item 24? To consider the proposal o f the U n iversityo f Delhi fo r the in s titu tion o f a c e r t i f ic a te course in Bengali.

This item waS; postponed.

Item 25; To consider the-proposal o f the U niversity o f Delhi fo r the in s titu tion o f a Diploma Course in Modern Persian in the University*

The Commission accepted the scheme o f Delhi U n iversity fo r introduction o f a one year diploma course in Modern Persian and sanctioned the fo llow ing grants fo r the purpose

Reourring

i ) Lecturer - 2 Rs. 11,808 p.a

i i ) S teno-typ ist 1 . Rs. 2,070- "

i l i ) ’ Peon 1 Rs. 1,170 "

iv ) Equipment Rs. 250 ■ "

v) Books Rs. 1,000 "

v i ) Contingency Rs. 1,000 "

Rs. 17,298 p.a

Non-Recurrine

i ) Typewriter - 1 Rs. 1,500

i i ) idLmirah Godrej - 3 Rs. 1,000

i i i ) Furniture Rs. 1,000

iv ) Books Rs. 2,500

Rs. 6,000

Item 26s To receive the report o f the committee on Emotional In tegra tion .

The Commission generally agreed with the recommendations o f th e •Committee on Emotional In tegration appointed by the M inistry of^Education and desired that these recommendations nay be" forwarded to the u n ive rs itie s fo r th e ir comments in the f i r s t instance.

Item 27s To note the date'and place o f the next ; meeting to be held in /ipril 1963.

I t was noted that the next meeting o f the Commission w i l l be held on the 3rd A p r il 1963 in Delhi.

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iiLddl. Item 1; To consider the question of-ftfee o f retiroinent o f the employoes o f the U.G.G. being raised from 55 to 58 yeafs.

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The Commission agreed that the age o f r e t ir e ­ment o f the employees o f the U.G.G. bo raised from 55 to 58 years and to the amendment o f rule 8 o f the service rules as under:

"The age o f retirement o f the employees shall be 58 years subject to the conditions la id down by the Government o f India from time to time about re t ir in g the employees a fte r atta in ing the age o f 55 years|

Provided that in specia l cases the Com­mission may extend the service fo r one year at a time fo r the to ta l o f two years l . e . upto the age o f 60 years;

'Provided further that a person recru ited from a un iversity or a sim ilar body may be allowed to carry his condition o f service re la tin g to age o f retirement which is app li­cable to him in his previous post of univer­s ity or a sim ilar job to his new post in the Commission" .-

Addl. Item I I ; To consider a proposal from the Indian School o f International Studies fo r assistance fo r becoming a corporate ordinary member o f the India International Centre.

The Commission regretted that in the present circumstances i t would be d i f f ic u l t to agree to the above request o f the Indian School o f In ternational Studies.

Addl. Item I I I ; To consider a reference received from the M inistry -of Education regarding in stitu tes o f Rural Higher Education.

Consideration of th is item was postponed to the next meeting.

A.ddl. Item IV; To receive the present .position regarding the case f i le d by the U.G'. G. against the Commercial U niversity Ltd.

The Commission agreed to the payment o f special fee to the Public P'rosecutor in accordance with the advice o f the Ministrj^ o f Law. The Commission desired that a note g iv ing the progress o f the case may be placed before the Commission.

iiddl. Item V; To consider a proposal received from theMuslim U n iversity, .Aligarh. ment o f P ro f. Asaf A. Fyze( in Islamic Studies.

fo r the appoint- as professor

The Chairman was requested to discuss the matter with the Vice-Chancellor, A ligarh Muslim University and to bring up the matter at a la te r date.

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ikddl« Item VI? To consider a proposal~~i^7i?-^?ovision o f f a c i l i t i o s in selected Indian U n ivers ities fo r the teaching o f Chinese, Japanese and Tibetan Languages and culture.

The Commission resolved that in view o f the important and urgency o f development o f f a c i l i t i e s in u n ivers ities fo r the teaching o f .tsian languages, p a rticu la r ly Chinese andTibetan, assistance may be given to selected strengthening or developing courses in these

u n ivers ities sub jects.

fo r

In th is connection the Commission welcomed the proposal o f Visva-Bharati to strengthen the teaching o f Chinese and Tibetan languages h isto ry and culture in the u n ive rs ity .

ilddl. Item VI I ; is-ppointraent o f Secretary

The Chairman reported that Shri Mathai handed over charge on 18th February 1963, He had .asked Dr, P h ilip to carry on the current duties o f the Secretary. I t was decided that the post o f Secretary be advertised.

Sd/- P .J. P h ilip Secretary

Sd/~ D.S. Kothari Chairman

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1) Jodhpur... Un iversity A llocation o f amount towards, the hurchasd' o f'.i-ib fary books and . ■louinalsCH) under the-Th^rd V ive Year‘P lan .

The U n iversity G rants’Gommission has agreed .(v ide Addl.Item 2 dated the 2nd August, 1961) that during the Third Five Year Plan period grants may be paid to U n ivers ities fo r the purchase o f l ib ra ry books and journals (Humanities and Socia l SC.i'encesX; On the request o f the Jodhpur University,- an amount o f Es. 1,00,000/r has been a llocated during the Third Plan period t.Q.'meet the -b '^ ic demands fo r the purchase-of l ib ra ry books and jburnhis (H ) . The approval .has been conveyed vide th is o f f ic e le t t e r No. F.8-3/62(H) dated 15.2,63.

2) M.SV U n iversity of. Baroda - Publication o f . Gack^ad ,^.Oriental Se r ie s .

The Univelc'si.ty Grants Conimission at it s meeting held , on 16/17,1V19S6 '(Resolution No.’ 8) accepted in- p rin c ip le , the scheme of^M,.S. University o.f Baroda fo r the publication o f Gackwad Ori’ental .Series at- an estimated cost o f Rs. 61,300/- on 50^ basis-v-dui^-ing.' the Sedond Five Year Plan. The- University approac-h'e.d th®.Commission fo r the continuation o f the scheme under the Third F ive-Year Plan at an estimated cost o f Fs*62,000/-. On the recommendation o f the V is it in g -Gompii-ttee appointed to examine the s.cheme, it s fu rther contlnuanceZhas been a'pproved .during the Third F lya Year f^lan at an estimated' cost o f Rs,62,000/- oh the usual sharing b a s is . The detai'ls,.:o.f the .approved expendi­ture are as under:- - .. •

(ai) Publication^expenditure . - ' Bjii 62,000/-,.during the Third Plan - ' '

(b ) Share o f the Gommission,, 50 ..

— Rs» ..31-,000/- -

(c ) Special grant fo r books .. - Rs'. 5,000/-

3)

Total'UGC _Es_y.36,000/- shayef :

Patna University - Provision, .for-the purchase o f l ib ra ry fu rn itu re .-..- - - ■. "

. The Un iversity Grants Gommission vfde Resolution 4(-10). .dated the ,3,0th/31s.t August, .1 ,957/a-pp.ro.ved .the scheme of. construction o f a library lhu ild 'ih 'g •the'.'Fatna University -at an .:-es'^imated cost o f Rs. 9 ,46'l5O'0./-<in'clUdip5 .® l® G trific a ti6n e t c .-; Th-e-building is nearing completion. •On-the request o f the Un iversity fo r f in an c ia l assistance- fo r purchase o f fu r ­n itu re , an expenditure o f Rs. 1,89,3.dc;i/*r;'.being ;20 o f Rs. 9,46,500/- has been approved fo r the purpose.’ 'The.'share o f the Gommission at 66|^ o f the approved amount : . i s - 1,26,2Qd/-.

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4) Agra U n iversity - .Financial a s s is t^ c e foj the manuscripts Sectiori o f the K.M. InsT itu t o f Hln'di Studies,,and-Lingulstl.cs,

The Commission vide Resolution No. 4 dated the 2nd Aug'ust, 1961 agreed that proposals from the Uni­v e rs it ie s fo r settin g up manuscripts lib ra ry be scrutinised in the normal way and assistance given as may be necessary in each case.'_ On the request! o f the Agra U n iversity ,■ the fo llow ing .p rov is ion has been approved in the K.M. Institute-’’ o f ' Hindi Studies and L ingu istics o f the U n iversity arid;'sahctioned ah expendi­ture o f Rs. 2,700/- fo r 1962-63 as deta iled belowj

(a ) ■ c.o)Ql!,ec-tjioh, ihcSltthlhi • " Rs<;"i,500/- •n survey/ah4d^^^ ' . ’ ' / r y ,.“V -

(b ) For Preservation equipment - Rs. 1,200/-

Tota lj Rs,. 2,700/-

Sanction oT the-'above .expenditure is- being conveyed to ‘the U n iversity .

5) Publication o f research Works _includinR dpctorate thesj^s. ' '

"At the request o f the U n ivers ities , the U.G.C. paid grants towards' the publication o f the fo llow ing research' works including doctorate theses as underj-

U n lversitv D escription o f the Thesis

Total Amount* No. & dateamount sanctioned o f the

Marathwada "Persian Element in Marathi" by Dr. Y.M. Pathan

Jammu & Kashmir

Agra

3,T)DI*Q VGdf .QJ ...pay­ment bv U.G.C.- Rs. 2,300/-

750/t"N ira la and Unka • Kavy^' by Mr. Ayub Khan

"Muslim R ev iva lis t 5,000/- Mqvement in Northern India in XVI and XVII Centuries" by * .Dr. S.A.A. R izv i.

approval

Rs.2,300/- F. 2-29/62(H)

dated^ 21.1.63

500/- F. .2-27/62(H)dated; 21.1.1963

F. 2-23/62(H) dated; 1.2.63

Karnatak "The Concept o fComedy" by Dr. ’ 'G.S.'Amur

"Local, seif-G ovt.' 8..O0O/- ih MQdib'v^l Karhathk" by Dr. G .S ."D ixit

"Essays in, Criminal.Law" by sh.V.R.Bha-t'

'"Studies in Sanskrit L ite ra ry C riticism " by Dr* K.Krishnamoorthy

No. F. '2-16/62(H) dated; 11.2.63

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6 ) BxtensiQn work by U n iversity teachers.

At the-.request o f the U n ive rs it ies , the'Commission made grants towards the.;-implementation; o f the scheme o f extension work by un ivers ity teachers as under;-

Kurukshetra

Roorkee.

■ .Tflfel ' cost ■'

U.G.C.,Share.

Grantsanctioned

Nd-. & date o f aoDroval

5,000 2,500 . .(a t .50 )

2,000 No. F. 41-8/58(H)-

250 250 250 No. F. 3-5/62(H) dated;, 30.1*63

200 200 .- '200 No. F. 3-7/62(H> dated; 9.2.63

7) Setting un of-F ilm Clubs in 'U n iv e rs it ie s

The Cdmmission vide .Resolution No* *25 d a ted -30/31.12.-1960 decided that th.ie b en e fit o f -Film Clubs be extended to a i l the U n ivers ities ' th-4t may ask. fo r assistance in th is connegtion' and authorised payment o f 'Rs. 7,500/- to each o f them. •' ..

The ben e fit o f the. scheme has been extended to Kurukshetfa U n iversity at i t s request as -indicated below;

Name o f the Total U.G.C. " ■Grant-Universi-fy ’ aouroved share san'ctionbd

costRs •

Es.

Kurukshetra - 7,500 7,500 ■i^5b* '..

The approval has, been conveyed to the'iJnjX’e rs ity in -l.ettev No.. F. 33-37/89(H) ..dated: 12.'2.63. ' -

8) ■ EaJa.stha-n U n iversity - Conversion o f the ~ cadre o f.th e post D irector in Adult Education - from Readership to that o f Professorsh ip .

The U n iversity Grants Commission agreed to ’ the creation, o f the post o f a D irector in the Reader^s scale

Education o f Es."-TOO-1100, fo r the Department, o f Adult/in the RajasthanU n iversity app».ro-ve:d. under the- Third Five Year plan (Resolution No. 21 dated;"- 5.9.1962.) ,

The U n iversity appointed Do'otor Sohan Singh as D irector in-the' Department at fls. 1100/- p,.m.-..or the maximum, o f Reader.'s scale in addition to a sum o f Es. 200/- or Es. 225/- which he receives as .'pension, from the C'entral Government. .- The to ta l ■ emoluments of-.Dr, Sohan Singh thus comes to Es* 1300/- whlch is equivalent .to..,the-pay last, drawn by .'pjp. Singh "before his retirement from th e-M in is try 'o f Education.'

The- U n iversity desired to place Mr. Sohan Singh In the .Profe's'sbr-'S' s'cale o f te.' 1000-50-1500 changing the headship of" "the Depa-rtment from a Readership to a Professorship.' ^

‘ The request o f the Rajasthan U n iversity has been agreed to on .the. fo llow ing conditions;-- ;■

( i ) that the inbreased expenditure in th is regard w i l l be adjusted within the 70 from- ’work o f the Third Plan schemes o f the U n iversity.

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( i i ) that the sa la ry ”0? Shri Sohan 'Singh may be. fixLecl: According., to., the'

-rules in th is regard a ft nr ha^ng. into acoount •'■the aitiount o f his pension* '

....'The, above approval,-;.l{(as c^yeyed 'to the Uni-ve rs ity Cvj.de' this- o f f ic e - le tte r llo.i' F. 1-6^7&1(H).........dated? 25.1.1963,)... .4'

9) gauKor University - Setting-ihn o f a 'Rntanlcal Garden - ' > ‘ '

on the .•■recommendations o f the V is itin g Commit'tee appointedAfor. a'ssessing the requirements o f Saugdr Uni- versi%y*•during-'the:. Third Five Year Plan period, the Commission at i t s meeting held on the 7th February,1962 (under Agbhda Item No. 22 (8 )) 'approved an expenditure o f Rs. 30 ,'000/- fb-r.'.the. development o f .Botanical Garden.In December, 1962 the Commission accepted the implementat- ,ion o f schemes'.■amo-Uhting to Rs.. 19,58,-500/- ('under' the ,70^ a llp ca tion ) fo r hhe development o f Science Departments

■'" 'dui’ihk 'F 'bifd Plan period. The University did not include thh'hc|aem© o f the development o f'B ot’anica'l Garden in the to ta l amount o f RsV 19,58,500/- referred to abo.ve.

In January, 1963 the Saugor University informed "•'that Ih the in teres t o f teaching and research, i t is

essen tia l to provide a botanical garden at leas t on a modest scale, fo r the Botany Department and requested"' the Commission, fo r permission*\to,-.include in i t s Third"Plan schemes,, the scheme re la tin g ...to the development o f Botanical Garden'. Accordingly, the scheme o f the Saugor- University was accepted fo r implementation during the Third 'F ive' Year Plan- period on 18th February 5.1963 on the condition that the Commission’ s share v iz . •- Rs. 20,000/- (being 2/3rd o f to ta l expenditure o f Rs.30,000/-) would be met out o f the grant o f Rs. 1,00,000/- .sanctioned, fo r the .purcb.a-se.of SGientlfic..,eauipment fo r the Department o f Botany hnd 'Ihcluded in .the 70% al-locatioh approved fo r devrelopment schemes o f hhe Science Departments .during Third plan period.- ' ■ ''

10) '■B'Ciubav' U niversity - Sanction o f an additional hrah-t for" the construction o f building f o r

o f ■'the 'Departifont o.f Chemical TechnQ.i.o,g.v "' ........ „„ .........u ., . ..._______ ‘

'• Oh the -reoommendations o f the A l l India, Council fQ.y Technical Education, th e ' Commission in October, .1957 approved a ■tbtal'hon-recur'ring'expenditure o f Rs. 24,13,620/- and "

.sanctioned "as its share fe, 16,90,953/- fo r the development Of the Depar-tment o f Chemical Technolo,gy Bombay University during the Second Five Year Plan period. Out o f the Com-, mission’ s share o f Rs, 16,90,953/- an amount, o f Rs, 11,28,834/- was ear-mwirhed fo r construction o f buildings while the balance amounting to Rs. 5,62,119'/— was .a llocated -for 'purchase o f equipment under the Scheme. • Later en , 'the Commissi-pn -while approving the plans and estiraatos fo r the construction o f an Auditorium appro-ved an •additional expenditure o f Rs.1,0.2.,000/- ( share o f U.G.C. being Rs, 68,000/1.:) 'thereby ra ising the 'total approved cost o f the buildings to Rs. 17,16,520/- and the Commission-’-s share to-Rs. , 11,96,834/-?. • .. . :■

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■ On, re c e ip t■■’Of• th6 completion c e rt if ic a te ., duly v e r if ie d ‘by .tbe Local. Public. Works Department", from the U n iversity .of 3ombay,-it was' .faund tha-t the actual cost "' 'o f the building.s had increased from Rs. 17^16,520/- to Rs. 17,87,194/-. This r ise in the cost o f the buildings was attribu ted to r ise in the cost o f build ing raatorials and the University..‘requested-tho. Commission, to approve the increased expenditure. ' '' ' _

Since the 'bu ild ing had been completed on the approved area and the construction, work-.certified to bo in acc.ordance with the approved-plans'.'and estimates, the o ve ra ll co'st o f the building was accepted as Rs. 17,873l94/- o f which Commission.'s share comes to Rs. 12,45,900/-. As a resu lt o f th is increase, an add itional grant o f Rs. 49,066/- (over and above the grant o f Rs. 11,96,834/- previously sanctioned) was sanctioned and paid to. the Bombay U niversity fo r the construction o f buildings fo r the development o f th e ir department o f Chemical Tec.hnoldgy.

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11) Sanction .of grants to IJniversity Departments/ In stitu tion s in Engineering/Technology fo r purchase o f lib ra ry books.and journals during the Third- Five Year Plan period.

'■ - During; the Second Five Year Plan period the, gran'tsgiven by the; Co'imnission to the u n ivers ities fo r purchase,of

' lib ra ry books .and journals were used by science departments, as w e ll as ‘engineering and technology departments/institutions maintained by the’ universitie.s„. The basic ad, hoc grants '.and, the grants sanctioned on the basis o f the recommendations o f the ViSlt'ihg"'€onimitte.es during the Third .Five Year Plan period, however, have been given, fp f purchase- o f lib ra ry books au,d. ■journalS fo r science departments' only. The proposals suM itted by the- u n ivers ities fo r development o f engineering and technolo­g ica l departments/institutions fo r the Third Five Year Plan period are under the consideration o f the A.I.C ..T.S. In the meanwhile, these departments have' fe l t , an-immediate need fo r buying books and journals.-.required for- carrying on -their ' teaching and. research a c t iv it ie s at the desired le v e l. Pending consideration of; the development proposals by the A.I,.C.'T.S. i t was f e l t desirab le that some ad hoc grants may ,be given ' to each o f these departments/institutions to' enable them, to purchase books on engineering and technolog ica l subject's to meet th e ir immediate needs. .The M inistry o f 3.11. & C.A. was consulted in th is matter, but they were o f ‘the opinion that'thn A .I .C .T .S ., whenever- i t approves a scheme makes provision fo r purchase “o f books also .and as., such no add itional grant need be - given. H'owever, considering the immediate need o f such depart- m ents/ifistitutions and pending Cqnsidoration o'f the Third Plan proposals o f the u n ivers ities by the A .I.C .T .E ., i t was decided that grants may be sanctioned to- the u n ivers itios/ in stitu tion s on the fo llow ing 'basis,: , ' - '

■K'i ) BanaraSj I . I . Sc. , Bangalore and Roorkee

@ Ri. 40'0007-- each:‘Tota l = Rs. 1,26,000/- ,

i i ) A ii'garh ’j'khdhfa,Anhiimalai,Bombay ,C.alcu': f.a , BarodajOsmaqia ® Rs. 30,000/- each'

’ .;// ';' / ’ , T o ta l = Rsv -2^10 ,000/^

i ' i i ) Madras, Mys'o'fe, Nagpur,panjab-yPatna,.Saugar,S ri Venkateshvrara and Utkal '-s’ Rs. 20',-000/- each

Tota l = Rs. 1,60,000/-

Grand Tota l = Rs., 4,90,000/-

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In the case o f the Jadavpur U n ivers itj^ however, the A..,I.C.T.E. has rocoramendod a separate grant o f Rs. 1 lakh fo r the Third Plan period fo r purchase o f lib ra ry books and journals and sanction fo r the same is being conveyed to the U n ivers ity .

12) Development o f instructional f ac i l i t i e s in Management Studies.

At th e ir meetings held on the 30th/31st December,1960, 6th December, 1961 and 7th February, 1962, thi... Commission accepted the recommendations o f the A .I.G ,T .E . fo r the develop­ment o f instructional fa c i l i t i e s in Industria l Management and Business Management a\, Bombay, Delhi, Gujarat, Madras, Lucknow and Allahabad U n ivers ities and -sanctioned certain non-recurring: and recurring grants fo r the purpose.. Amongst the s ta f f approved •under each scheme,, there were four posts o f Library Attendants on a fix ed salary o f Rs. 120/-p.m. On a further recommendation by the A ll India Board o f Technical Studies in Management, as conveyed by the M inistry o f S.R, & C .A i, i t has been decided to redesignate the above posts as Junior Technical Assistants in the scale o f Rs. 120-10-180-15-300. This change is being made e f fe c t iv e from the date o f implementation o f the scheme by a--Uniyersity or the dates from which the present incumbents are holding the posts o f Laboratory Attendants, whichever is l a t e r T h e expenditure involved as a resu lt o f th is revision is expected to be mot out o f the co ilin g recurring grants already approved by the Commission. A l l the U n iversitios conducting couraos in Management Studies (Bombay, D e lh i,Allahabad, Lucknow and Madras) have been informed accordingly.

13) Acceptance o f the proposal of the Government o f Mysore regarding the fin an c ia l assistance tovjards rev is ion o f salary scales o f teachers in non-Govt, a f f i l ia t e d colleges o f the Karnatak U n ivers ity .

The Mysore Government requested that fin an c ia l assistance be given by the University Grants Commission to private a f f i l ia t e d co lleges of Karnatak U niversity w .e .f . 1.1.1961 to enable them to switch over to the Mysore Government scales o f pay. The Government’ s in tention is to maintain uniformity in the pay scales o f teachers in the private co lleges a f f i l ia t e d to the U n iversitios o f Karnatak and Mysore and also with the teachers o f the Government co lleges o f the Mysore State. The proposed revised scales o f pay are as under;

Principa l

Professor Grade I Professor A sstt.P ro fessor 5 or Reader 5LecturerTutors and 5Demonstrators 5

Grade pay o f Professors plus Rs. 100/- special pay in I grade colleges or AsStt.Professors plus Rs. 75/- in I I grade co lleges .

Rs. 600-40-1000Rs. 400-30-700-40-900Rs. 300-20-400-25-600

Rs. 230-20-350-25-500

Rs. 150-8-190-10-300

The proposal has been accepted since the State Government has agreed to maintain the revised scales a fte r 31.3.1964 and to bear the en tire additional expenditure on this account.

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-Allgi^Jh Muslim U n iversity -^..'Proposal Tor the award o f froew^stud’erirbshlps to B.Ed. . and M.Ecl.. students. .■ 'J • _

The Co'mraiBsion in th e ir me.etln£. .held on the 26th o f A p r il 1961 (Resolution No. -6) agreed that the Central U n ivers ities may award free studentships upto 25^ o f the to ta l enrdlment-.of sWomen:. s.iiudentp. ..and .30/0 o f the to ta l enrolment o f men students. ,i„.-e,the .free-studentships may bo restric.ted- to 25^ o f the income from fees in the case o f the women student's and 30^ in the case, o f men students.The Vice-Chancellor, Aligarh.Muslim U n iversity ^ent a proposal to a llow ffeesh ips to a l l B.Ed,, and M.Ed., student^ over and above the 20^ freoships permitted to students o f other classes o f the University.- This- in vo lved • an. extra expenditure to the extent o f Rs. 6,000/- per annum.

The proposal o f the U n iversity that fre e studentships may be awarded to a l l B.Ed-. and M.Ed. students admitted to these courses during the current year i . e . 1962-63 only whs accepted. The matter was' to be reviewed, further fo r next year. ' . ■

15) Banaras Hindu U n iversity - Construction of-Swimming cool o f olvmelc s iz e .

The University Grants Commission in th e ir meeting held on 5th December, 1962 resolved (item 2) that the Banaras Hindu- University' may be requested to consider i f i t was possible fo r them to delay or postpone the construction o f swimming- pool in view o f the present emergency. The above decision was intimated to the-.University'and in reply they have intimated that they have’ already purchased the p u rifica tion plant at a cost o f Rs. 1.20. lakhs, which i f not used, w i l l d e te r io ra te . In view o f 't h is , approval has'been accorded to the execution o f th is p ro ject subject to the condition that • Commission w i l l not pay grant oxcooding Rs. 3,00 lakhs and the expenditure w i l l be debited ,to the provision fo r campus development during the plan period.

16) A ligarh Muslim U niversity - Construction . • and improvement o.f roads in the-. University campus.

The revised proposal received from the A ligarh Muslim U n iversity fo-f the' construction dc improvement o f roads has been approved fo r implementation at an estimated-'"’ cost o f Rs. 6,74,000/-'-on the condition that the cost o f the project, w i l l be- accommodated w ith in .the provision fo r campus development during the’ Third Plan period. The '.proposal o f the U n ive rs ity ,was o r ig in a lly sanctioned during' the Second Plan- period .and '.was trea ted a.s, -one o,f the s p i l l over schemes estimated- to -cc>'s.b Rs,,-. 4y33',.io6/r.:i... l .../

17). ' Const-fuction o f Additlona.l Adm inistrative • 'Block o f the .Delhi i U n ive rs ity ..

The-¥n'-ive-rs.ity Grants' Cgmmlsslon in th e ir me'eting held pn 5,12.1962 resolved (item 2(30') that i f the construction o f the Admini'S-trative Block, Df p,elhi,-University had not been started or , i f i't was. possib le to-; pos.tpohe or delay the 'Implementatioh .'of'the scheme.,,. the.-.P'aivefSi'ty may be reqdes.ted to do so i^-''view '5f:the ppe-sont..'-situation, ih the Country.The U n iversity was informed/-b^(.,'(ilie.'ab6.ye decis is In '.reply the Vice-Chancellor intimated that' the 'University did not have proper and suitable, building, .with proper safeguards fo r

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a l l eracrjencies and con fiden tia l work and requested that they nay be permitted to construct at least the ground f lo o r o f the Adm inistrative Block.

accepted.

18)

The suggestion o f the Delhi University has been

Delhi University - Construction o f non­resident students centre.

On a proposal received from the Delhi University approval has been accorded to the construction o f non­resident students centre at an estimated cost o f Rs. 1,62,2!?1/- as approved by the C.P.'W.D. The expenditure on the execution o f th is p ro ject w i l l bo accommodated within the provision ava ilab le fo r campus development o f the un iversity fo r the current plan period.

19) U niversity o f Burdwan - Naming o f Hos.tels constructed by the University with the fin an c ia l assistance o f the U.G.C.

The Burdwan U niversity approached the Commission with a request to name the throe newly constructed Hostels (one fo r Women students and two fo r men students) with the fin an c ia l assistance from the Commission a fte r the names o f S is te r N ivod ita , Swami Vivekananda and Rabindranath Tago.re. The Chairman agreed to the above proposal o f the Burdwan U n iversity,

20) Mysore University - Postgraduate Hostel Construction o f.

In July, 1962 the Commission on the basis o f the recommendations o f the V is it in g Committee which v is ited the Mysore University in January 1962 fo r assessing its need during the Third Plan period approved the construction o f s ta f f quarters fo r lecturers at an estimated cost o f Rs. 10,00,000/- In January, 1963, the University proposed that they may be allowed to construct a hostel fo r 132 students at an estimated cost o f Rs. 7,21,000/- as they were urgently in need o f hostel accommodation fo r Post-graduate studies and that they proposed to meet th is expenditure by cu rta ilin g expenditure on S ta ff quarters already sanctioned to th is extent.

The proposal o f the University has been accepted provided that the funds are made ava ilab le within the to ta l a llo ca tion la id doi'm fo r the U niversity by the Commission during the Third Plan period. The grant w i l l be shared by the Commission on '50 : 50 basis on the approved cost,

21) Bombay University - Naming o f the U niversityHostel Building and Professorshin in Mathematics

Bombay University has decided to name the U niversity Hostel Building at B.Road, in Churchgate Reclamation Area constructed out o f the Centenary grants paid by the U niversity Grants Commission a fte r the la te Jugonnath Sunkersett H a ll.

The University has decided that Professionship in Mathematics which has been institu ted, in Mathematics in ’conheG'-tio^n .with the development o f the University under thh Third Rive-Year i Ian be named a fte r the la te Acha-rya- Bal Gangadhaj..Shaa.trl Jambhekar.^

accepted.?he above proposals o f the U niversity have been

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2 2 ) '“ ftJankl Devi Mahavidyalaya - Developmoat

o f Land including; roads arid Culverts - ■approval o f the plans arid' estimates o f .

Tiae au thorities o f the Jan,ki Devi Mahavidyalaya submitted the plan and estimates fo r the Development o f land a llo t te d to them fo r ' th e ir College Buildings- including ■Roads and Culverts and on the recommendations o f the C.P.VJ.D. the .same have been approved fo r an amount not exceeding Rs. 75,850/-. The Commission’ s assistance w i l l be on 50 o f actual expenditure or Rg. .37,925/- whichever is le s s .

23) Sri Venkateswara Collei^e -_ Eujr_cliaso..Df L ib ra ry Books.

On the recommendations o f theCommittoe appointed by the Delhi U n iversity , sanction has been accorded to the

purchase o f Library Books in d if fe re n t subjects by the Sri Venkateswara College at a .cost not exceeding Rs. 30,000/- during the year 1962-63. Commission’ s share-w ill be Rs. 15,000/- on 50% o f the 'actual cost whichever, is le s s .

24) Delhi U n iversity - Rpvision o f scale cf pay "of L ibrarians in Colleges.

The Government o f Ind ia , M inistry o f Finance had recently issued orders modifying the revised scale o f pay o f Rs. "210-10-290-15-320-EB-15-425-EB-15-530 to Rs. 210-10- 270-15-300-EB-15-450-EB-20-630 fo r a l l categories o f s ta f f carrying .the former .fevised* scale o f pay w .e . f . 1,7.59'The scale o f pay o f A sstt. Librarians in the Constituent Colleges o f the D'olhi U n iversity was revised by the Commission from Rs. 160-10-3.30-il5-4&0 to Rs. 210-10-290-15-320-EB-15-425- EB-15-530 w .e .f , .;d,7.59. ■ The above, modified scale approved -by the Govornme'ht o f India have therefore been made a'pplicable to the A sstt. Lib-rarians in the Colleges o f the Delhi University receiv ing maintenance grant from the Commission.

25) Scheme fo r the u t il is a t io n o f services o f re tired Teachers.

The U n iversity Grants Commission has in stitu ted a scheme to enable the u n ivers ities and co lleges to u t i l is e the services o f selected teachers and research workers a fte r th e ir superannuation. The' scheme provides fo r an honorarium o f Rs. 4,000/- and a, contingent grant o f Rs. 1,000/- per annum fo r two years.

The Selection Committee constituted to screen the applications o f re t ired teachers fo r assistance \inder the above scheme met on 16th January, 1963 at 3.00 P.M. in the O ffice o f the Commission and a copy o f the minutes o f the meeting is enclosed (Annexure I ) . Chairman has approved the recommendations o f the Selection Committee.

26) Assistance to .C-';ntra l Hindu .G611ef<at(Kh‘macha) Varanasi undori-thred. .year. dogrob.-'c'ourso-/--cl -

The Banaras' Hiddu U n iversity introduced the pre-un iversity course in 1959-60 and the three-year degree course in 1960-61.The fo llow in g 4 constituent co lleges were brought within the purview o f the scheme fo r assistance on cent per cent basis, and the approval was conveyed on 28.12.. 1959?

1. Central Hindu College (Kamacha), Varanasi.2. Central Hindu College, Varanasi.3. Science College, Varanasi.4. Women's College, Varanasi,

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10 - ?o2. The Central Hindu College (Kanacha) being anI .S c . ' type co llege requested to, u tilis e the grants (NR & R) under the scheme, fo r the three-year degree■(p re-u n ivers ity ) course only, ks the co llege provides instruction fo r pre­paratory (p re-u n ivers ity and pre-professional) courses only and not fo r the throe-year degree course as such, the Banaras Hindu University was informed oj:j 25.2^1961 that the University Grants Commission could, not extend assistance to Central Hindu College (Kamacha) under the three-year degree course scheme. During the period intervening between the communi­cation that the co llege has been approved' under the scheme , and the subsequent withdrawal o f the'approval on 25.2,19613 the Central Hindu Gollvege (Kamacha) made some appointments o f additional teaching s ta ff as albo incurred, expenditure on the non-recurring items and made some commitments on th is account. The University has now furnished statements o f non-recurring and recurring expenditure incurred by th is co llege during 1959-60 and 1960-61 fo r the implementation o f the scheme ., Jn regard to the non-recurring items the expenditure \ias incurred by the co llege fo r both the courses v iz , pre-un iversity as w ell as pre-professional. Assistance fo r pro-professional courses is not permissible under the three-year degree course, scheme. The University Grants Commission agreed to, meet 50 o f this(combined)expenditure under ‘s c ie n t if ic and technical schemes. This being a' constituent- co llege o f a Central U n iversity, the remaining 50 w i l l be met from throe-year degree course scheme.Recurring grants w i l l ,h ow everbe met on 100 basis as the U n iversity could furnish the d eta ils o f appointments made fo r pre-un iversity course. For the rem,aining i . e . fo r pre­professional courses, the un iversity has claimed grant from the University Grants Commission.• The- fo llow ing grants are perm issible to Central Hindu College (Kamacha) fo r 1959-60 and 1960-61.

N.R.(50;^ basis) R( 100 basis)

1959- 601960- 61

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Ps. 5,315.66 Ps.33,899.98

PS.39,215.64

29,494.7928,485.84

57,980.63~

Totals P,s. 97,196.27 nP.

This w i l l bo towards fu l l and f in a l payment o f grant to th is co llege .

27) Extension o f the term o f appointment o fDr. V.S. Patankar, Development O ffic e r (Science)

The tom o f appointment o f Dr. V.S. patankar, Develop­ment O ffice r (Science) has been extended fo r a further period o f one year' with e f fe c t from 21.4,63.

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Annexurg~t~'^6o Item No. 2(25)

Minutes o f the Selection Committee meeting under the Retired Teachexs' -Scheme held on' ■ 16th January, 1963 at 3.00 P.M. in the O ffice o f the U.G.C. R a fi Marg, New Delhi.

The Committee comprising o f the fo llow ing members was constituted to screen the applications received under the scheme fo r u t il is a t io n o f the services o f Retl'red Teachers;

Chairman

Member

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1. Dr. D.S. Kothari,Chairman,U niversity Grants Commission.

2. Pandit H.N. Kunzru,Member,University -Grants Commission

3. Dowan Anand Kumar

4. P ro f. ii.R. VJadia,Member,U n iversity Grants Commission

5. Dr. A.C. Joshi,Member,U n iversity Grants Commission

- , . 6. Dr. V'.K.R.V. Rao, -D irector,In s titu te o f Economic Growth,New Delhi.

7. Dr, H. Zaheer, - "D irector General,C .S .I .R .,New D elh i. • ' ' ■

8. P ro f. G.N» Raraachandran, - "Head o f the Department o f Physics,Madras U n ivers ity .

9. P ro f. K. Chandrasekharan, _ 'Professor o f Mathematics,Tata In s titu te o f Fundamental Research,Bombay.

2. The Committee mot on the 16th January, 1963 at- 3i00 P.M. in the O ffice of the Commission! Prof.- A-.R. Wadia, p ro f. G.N. Ramachandran,. P ro f. K. Chandrasekharan

and Dr. A.C. Joshi had e a r l ie r -expressed, th e ir in a b il ity to attend the meeting. Howe-verthe. recommendations- o f P ro f. Wadia were obtained in person on I'lth January’, 1963, when he was in Delhi. Shri Samuel Mathai, Secretary,U.G-.C. Dr. P.'J.' P h ilip , D..0(H-) , Dr. V.S,. Patankar, D.O(S), ShriS. Vlswanath, B.G(G) and Shri L^R'-.'.Mai., A.E.:Q,(G) were also present.,, . ' ' . ' ,. > '

3. The fo llow ing persons were selected fo r the awardunder the scheme:- ' ■

1, ..D r. S. Srikanta Sastri

2. Dr. N.L. ChattorjoG

Place o f work not indicated.LucknoW U n iversity.

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5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12.

13.

14.

15.

16.

17.

18.

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20.

21.

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p ro f. Mohd. Habib - •• • - ikligarh Muslim(The Committee desired to know the age U n iversity, o f P ro f. Habib. I t has been ascertained that his ago is 67 year's and 8 months)

Shri V. Venkatayamappa

Pro f. R.S. Joag

Shri K. Srinivasachari Siromani

Dr. H.R. Parasnis

Dr. M.V'. Krishna Rao '

Dr. Qari Syed Kalimullah Husaini

p ro f. Zia-i-Ahmed

Dr. Mustafa Hasan IHLavi

Dr. P.P. ‘ P i l l a i

P ro f. A .P .ii. B rito Muthunayagam

Dr. T.S, Raghavan

Dr. B.B. Son

Dr. R.N. Chaudhuri

Dr* (Agha) Mahdi Husain

Dr. C.N. Srinivasa Iyengar

P ro f, ii'.xi.. Nikan

Fr. Racine

Mrs. 3 .Das Gupta

Dr. N.R. Tawde

- Mysore University

- Poona U n iversity.

- Annamalai U n iversity.

- Secondary Training College, Bombay,

- A.P.S. College, Bangalore, and Gokhale In s titu te of Public A ffa ir s , Bangalore.

Osmania U n iversity.

- A ligarh Muslim U n iversity.

Lucknow U n iversity.

Kerala U n iversity.

Kerala U n iversity.

St. Berchmon's College,' Changanachery, Kerala. Jadavpur U n iversity.

Allahabad U niversity

Calcutta U n iversity.

Karnatak University.

Place o f work not given

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Karnatak U n iversity.

(The Committee wanted the O ffice to find out the date o f retirement o f Dr. Parasnis. Dr. M.7, Krishna Rao should attach him self to an in s titu tion which is covered under Seotion 2(.f) ,of the UGC Act i f he does not. want to work in the Mysore U n iversity. Those who have not indicated the in stitu tion s where they wish to work w ill-have to be assigned to some U n ivorsity/ Institu tion in consultation with them.)

4. The question o f g iving assistance to Dr. 3.D. Saxena o f National Physical Laboratory was also eonsidered by the Committee, Technically his case is not Covered by th.e rules governing the scheme which is meant fo r re t ired teachers,. But in view o f his b r i l l ia n t academic career and the good work done by him, the Co&mittee agreed that ho could be given the award at the d iscretion o f the Chairman.

5. The Committee desired that further necessary enquiries may be made about the fo llow ing persons before i t is

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clocidod to include them in the l i s t o f awardees

1. Dr. S.S. Kulshreshtha2. p ro f. V.T., Tirunayayana Iyengar3. Dr. G.F. Popali.4. Dr. O live Joseph5. Df. iT.K. S rin ivas.©• Shri G.D. Srivastava (whether he is already under

. 'the GSIR Retired Scien tists Scheme)

6. The Committee was o f the view that a l l the awardees under the scheme should take up some teaching work also*.

7. Another point which the Committee considered rela ted to the question o f ca llin g fo r the opinions o f the referees mentioned by the applicants in regard to th e ir fitn ess fo r rece iv ing help under the Retired Teachers Scheme,

8 Dr. V.X.R.7. Rao, suggested that, wider pu b lic ityshould be given to th is scheme, as many teachers in small places may not be aware o f i t s d e ta ils . He also suggested that we may have two separate schemes o f th is type - one fo r eminent u n ivers ity professors and the other fo r teachers o f c o lle g e s , who may not have distinguished themselves as research workers but who may have a good record o f teaching work to th e ir c red it.

4 'h'i’ ^ ^ ^ ^

March, 1963,

5‘tatsr.ient o f grants paid aii i e:pmditurs incurred a fter 'the la s t meeting o f the Commission held on 5‘tii J'ebiuaiy, 1953.

A sumiaaiy o f the Grants paid and esipaiditure incurred a fter the la s t meeting o f the Universiiy Grants Coirmd-ssion held on 5th Fe’oruaiy, 1955, Is as follows: -

S. No. Head o f Account E:p an ditu re

Secijlon I - Non-Plan Proj ecta

D. Maintoiance grants to constituaat colleges 0 f Delhi Universi ly ^, 2,75,4 51.00

E. Urants to Central Universities fo r scheiies not covered under Elock Grant ......... 21,997.56

^ ta l o f Non-Plan projects 2,97,448.56

Section I I - Plan Pro.iects

A. Grants to Central and State Universities (Humanities) , , 10,61,989.25

B. Grants to Central and State Universities fo r Higher Scientific Education & Research

and StateC. Grants to Gan tral/Uni versi ties fo r Engineer­

ing and Technology

20,21,874.00

16 , 00,529.17

D, Grants to Constitaent and a ffilia ted colleges 8,57,913.00

E. Grants to Cantral and State Universitaes fo r Miscellaneous schanes 88,32, 552. 35

Total o f Plan Proj ects 1,43,63,338.27

Grand- Total o f Plan and Non-Plan P ID j ec ts 1,.46,S1,306.83

A detailed statement.showing the grants paid/sanci3.oned to Universities/Coll^es is oaclosed (/snne oire I ) .

U niversity Grants ■Commission

Annexure I to Item 3Meeting 6.3.1963

S !no . Name o f the Univ./ C o lle g e .

• *5”“*'7o“**"*oPurpose Amount. '

Rs. nP , •1 ■'• ■' ■ -2 3 4

1. Deshbandhu College CDay Classes)New D e lh i.

Towards 3rd in s tt . o f Maintenance.Grant■. fo r 1962-63.

1,00,000/-

2. Janki Devi .'■MdhaMdyala,.. New D elh i.

Further Maintenance’ ’ Grant fo r 1960-61

6,912/-

3. Lady Irw in College., .Ne-w-Delhi

Towards 3rd in s t t . o f Maintenance Grant fo r 1962-63. .

20 ,000/t

4. Rarajas College, D e lh i.

'■ Further Maintenance.- Grant fo r 1959-60.

1,862/-

5 , S .G'.T .'B.lthinisa.C ollege , Karol Bagh, New Delhi.

Towards 3rd instalment o f Maintenance Grant fo r 1962-63.

61,122/^ ‘

6. St .Stephen's C ollege, D elh i.

Further Maintenance Grant fo r 1960-61.

5 5 5 / -

7. Indraprastha C o llege , D elh i.

Towards 3rd. instalment- o f Maintenance .Grant fo r 1962-63.

8 5 , 000/-

8. Indian In s titu te o f Science, Bangalore.

Maintenance o f B.M.F. Unit o f N.C.C. ■ ■ ■ •

21,997/56

9. St.Stephen's College Towards construction ' o f Science Block.

3,374/-

10. , J.anki Devi Mahavidyalaya.

Construction o f.C o llege huilding (Compound Wall etc.-.)- ■

15,000/-

,11. Agra 3rd instalment o f grant towards the in te res t payable by the U n iversity on the loan fo r the construction o f men's h oste l, . .

12,878/15 ( NR)

12. Annamalai 'On account' grant 6 , 000/-towards the construction o f Women's'ho’s te l . Grant previ.ously paid Rs. 1^5,000/-

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14. Calcutta

16. Gauhati

15. S.N.D.T.

17. Kurukshetra

18. Utkal

19. Baroda

'20. Kerala

21.

22.

23.

'On account' grant towards the construction o f Men's hoste l. Grant previously paid Rs.1,60,000/-.

IV instalment o f grant towards the construction o f Men's hoste l. Grant previously paid Rs. 1,00,000/-

I I I insta lm ent'o f 'on account' grant towards the construction o f R.C.C. hoste ls . Grant previously paid Rs.ll lakhs.

I instalment o f 'on account' grant towards the construction of Women's hostel.

'On account' grant towards the construction o f s ta f f quarters.

I I instalment o f 'on account' grant tov/ards the construction.

' o f s ta f f quarters. Grqnt 'previously paid Hs.3,'00,>000/-'.

Grant towards the purchase o f equipment fo r health Centres bu ild ing. Grant previously paid Rs.60,000/- fo r building Rs.6,000/- fo r

‘equipment.

I? instalment o f grant towards the establishmento f health Centre 1-rantpaid previously Rs.44,010/-

S ri Venkateswara Grant towards the e s ta b li­shment o f Health Centre. Grant previously paid 's.30,000/-.

Madras

Mys ore

Panj ab

Centenary Celebrations o f the U n ivers ity .

I I instalment o f grant towards the construction o f guest house.. Grant previously paid Rs.30,00)/-.

I instalment o f grant towards the construction o f guest house.

26. A ligarh Muslim Purchase o f a D iesel Busfo r the Women's College. F inal instalment.

4

16,000/- (NR)

12,000/- (NR)

a , 00,000/- (NR)

50,000/-(NR)

1,00,000/- (NR)

1,50,000/- (NR)

10,000/- (NR)

6,000/-(NR)

16,000/- (NR)

5,00,000/-

30,000/- (NR)

20,000/-(NR)

421/03 nP.

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26. Banaras Hindu

27. Delhi

■28. Mysore

29.

30.

32.

33.

Bihar-'

Madras

31. Pah j ah

Delhi

J abalpur

34. Mysore

1. Medical College -Recurring expenditure

pay o f s ta f fincluding

2. E le c tr ic supply re- organisation scheme.

Purchase o f hooks Furniture and Fans fo r the Library exi^pnsion Centre se-t up at Ramakrishna Mission.

Appointment o f add itional s ta f f to supply informa'tipnto the U.G.o. tim e. ■

from time to

i )

i i )

-do-

Award o f Prizes to promote the study o f Selected Regional languages.

-do-

Construc'tion o f Gandhi Bhavan.

-do-

Towards the sa la ries o f the teaching s ta f f appointed in Humanities departments approved during I I F ive-Year Plan.,

i ) V Instalment

I'owar'■'.s'hhe construction o f Arts Block Build ing.Approved Cost Bs.7,77,300.

■ U.'G.G, ts share Rs.7',77,300. . ■Grant •previously paid Rs. 3,00,000.

i i ) Towards the sa la ries ' ,6fthe teaching S ta f f app'ointed in Plumanities departments approved during I I F ive-Year Plan. Grant previously paid, Rs. 3,15,100/- .

i l l ) Towards Research fe llo w - ..ships o f Hixmanities approved during 2nd Fiver-Year -pian. (T o ta l grant paid Rs.49,400/-)

2,50,000/-

50,000/-

30,000/-

500/- ' -

8,000/-

53/42 nP.

750/- :

5,000/-

5,000/-

75,000/-(R)

2,00,000/- (NR)

1,30,500/- (R)

2,500/-(R)

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35. Madras

36.J adavpur

37f Karnatak

38. Andhra

39. J ammu & Kashmir.

i ) Towards the s a la r ie s o f the teach ing s t a f f in the Department o f Ind ian p h ilo - sophy- approved during 1st F iv e -Y ea r P lan .

i i ) Towards the appointmento f teach ing .S ta ff appointed in the Humanities departments approved during I I I F iv e -Y ea r P lan .

i i i ) Towards the'appoin tm ent o f a d d it io n a l s t a f f appointed w ith U n iv e rs ity L ib ra ry Madras approved during the I I F iv e -Y ea r P lan .

1s t Instalme.nt .Towards the con stru ction o f A rts B lock B u ild in g (New Post-gra.duate A rts B u ild in g & I I & I I I • f lo o r s on the e x is t in g Building).A-Pproved cost U C shsre a t o6 t^ h. 6,72,853/-

An 'on account' grant towards the s a la r ie s o f the teach ing s t a f f appointed in the Humanities departments

sanctioned during the ■ i r i F iv e -Y ea r Plan.,

For the purchase o f In d ian N a tion a l B ib l io ­graphy.

-do-

25,000/- (E )

7 ,000/-(R )

10 ,000/-(R)

1 ,00 ,000/-(NR)

> . 1 0 , 0 9 , 2 8 0

25 ,000/-(R )

2,046/- (NS/-

418/50 nP.

40, Annamalai i )

i l )

5th Insta lm ent towards the con stru c tion o f ' b u ild in g fo r Phonetic Labora tory . Approved co s t Rs.2 ,58 ,700. Share o f the Commission a t 66|^ Bs.1 ,72,488. Grant p re v io u s ly paid Rs. 1,34,000.

4th insta lm en t towards thecon stru c tion o f b u ild in g fo rthe departments o f Psychologyand S o c io l Sciences (ApprovedcQst Rs. 1 ,18,463. Share o fthe Commission a t 6 6 Rs.79,000(NR)Grant p re v io u s ly pa id Rs.69,000/-(NR).

2,000/- (NR)

5 ,000/ -(NR)

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41. Bombay

42 i Baboda

-^43 • A llahabad

44. Panjab

46-i

46.

Agra

Patn:

1 s t in sta lm en t towards the con stru c tion o f b u ild in g fo r ' the De'partment o f P sych o logy . (Apnroved cost Rs.,1 ,60,000/- (NR)U .G .C '.'s share a t 66f^Rs. 1 ,0 0 ,0 0 0 / -). . ;

F in a l in sta lm en t towards the purchase o f fu rn itu re fo r the new b u ild in g fo r F a cu lty o f S o c ia l work (Approved co s t Rs.28 ,283/-(NR)U .G .C .'s share a t .66f^Rs.18,855/-. Grant- p re v io u s ly pa id Rsvl8,000/- (NR)

On account re c iir r in g gran t towards the department o f 'A n cien t H is to ry and A rch aeo logy f o r the year 1962^63.

’ On account recu rr in g gran ts fo r s t a f f o f the departments o f E n g lish , S a n sk r it ,-H in d i P anj a b i , A ra b ic and • P e r s i an,Modern European 'languages South' In d ia n languages. Ph ilosophy Psychology Economics, P o l.S c ien c e H is to ry & S o c io lo g y approved' during I I F iv e -Y e a r P lan .

'On account’ re cu rr in g gran t fo r the L i j ig u is t ic s Department Srr the year. 1962-63, - . -i- . - •

i ) I I I in sta lm en t' o f g ran ttowards the A r ts anh'iOoMBerce . departm ent. Approved co s t Rs.4,43 ,000 (N R ). Share o f the Commission -at 66-| Rs.2 ,9^,000/-(NR ). Grant . ' p re v io u s ly '.p a id .Rs.63,100 (NR)'

i i ) I in s ta lm en t o f gran t towards ’ ' the b u ild in g ■ fo r the' Education Department,' 'Approved, co s t Rs.l,5O,0OO' (N R ). Share ' o f the Commission a t ’ 66|- Rs.1,00,000 (NR)

i i i ) I I I in s ta lm en t "o f gran t towards', ' the b u ild in g fo r the Law Department. Approved co s t R s .l,64,000• (NR) . Share o f the Co.mmission ,at 66-f^,.Rs.'l,09,333 (N R )'G ran t p re v io u s ly paid fis.5D,D0D (N R ). •

60,.0-00/i; (NR)

89.76 (NR)

76 ,000/-(R )

2 ,00 ,00 0/ -(R)

8,000/-^(R:)

17,000/- (NR)

10,000/- (NR)

18,000/- (NR)

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47. Poona

48. Osmania

49. S .N .D .T .

50. Jabalpur\ '

51. Mysore

5 . ■' ‘■■Pabna

53.^ trtkal

54, Gauhati

55. Patna

'On account' recu rr in g .grant tov/ards the expenditure in resp ec t o f V is i t in g P ro fes so rin E n glish .

'On account' recu rr in g grant towards the scheme o f 'S b c io - Economics Research U n it.

I in sta lm en t o f g ran t'tow ards the con stru c tion o f s ix th ' f l o o r o f the'new U n iv e rs ity b u ild in g a t Bombay. - ,t.-pproved- ■ cost Rs,2,07,S86(NR) V The“;sha:re o f the Commission at Rs. 1,03^943 (NR)

1 s t in sta lm en t o f ' on. account' grant, towards the con stru ction o f U n iv e rs ity L ib ra ry -b u ild in g

(Approved cost Rs,-8,22,335 Commission's share a t 66-f^Rs., .5 ,48 ,223/-).

2nd in sta lm en t o f 'on account' g ran t towards the con stru ction o f L ib ra ry bu ild ing. (Approved co s t Rs. 13,62,-491/-.■commission's share a t 66-f^ Rs-.9 ,08 ,327/-.Grant paid p re v io u s ly Rs. 1,00,00 )/ -,

4th insta lm en t o f 'on account' grant; towards the con stru ction - o f "L ib rary b u ild in g (Apploved co s t Rs.9,46,500/- -GpiAmission'.s • share Rs.6 ,3 i,000/-. Grants paid p re v io u s ly Rs.4,75,000/-.

3rd insta lm en t o f 'on account' g ran t tov/ards the con stru ction o f U n iv e rs ity L ib ra ry B u ild in g ^Approved cost Rs.8, IBjBOOZ- UGC's share a t 66f^ Rs.5,42,200/-

Grant paid p re v io u s ly Rs.1,68, OOO/-).

6th insta lm en t of* 'on account' g ran t towhrds the con stru c tion o f U n iv e rs ity L ib ra ry b u ild in g (Approved cost Rs. 12,48,000/- Gommission's share a t 66f/ Rs,8,32,000/-. Grant paid p re v io u s ly Rs.5',15,000/-i.

5th insta lm en t o f ' ' oh. accoUn't' gran t to-tf/ards the construction , o f U n iv e rs ity L ib ra ry b u ild in g (Approved cost'R s. 9 ,46,500/- ,Commission's share at;'66-|^Rs.6,31,000/-. G ran t'pa id ‘p re v io u s ly Rs.5,57,000/-.

4,900/- (R )

5,000/- (R)

30,000/- (NR)

1,00,000/- (NR)"

32v0-v an ;' 5^,000/- (NR)

82,000/- (NR)

2,53,000/- (NR)

1,00,000/- (NR)

53,000/-. (Nr )

• 56'* ' Gaiihati

57. Gsj a ra t

58. , Rajasthan , (Udaipur E x t. ^ C en tre )

59. A llahabad

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60. Panj ab

62. S .N ,D .T .

63. Marathwada

3rd in s ta lm en t towards ' the purchase o f L ib ra ry books 'j*TirnaU.s ■'.(H) out o f the, a l lo c a'bi on o f Rs. 1 ,00 ,000/- made during the 3rd P lan p e r io d .

15,000/- (NR)

2nd in sta lm en t to-wards the purchase, of- L ib ra ry books and jou rn a ls (H) out. o f ; the a l lo c a t io n o f Rs.l,'00,00b/> made during the Th ird Pla,n p er iod *

30,000/- (NR)

2nd in sta lm en t towar4s ,,the " purchase o f L ib ra ry books and jou rn a ls (H)' Out o f . the a l lo c a t ip n o f Rs.7,5,000/-• made during th^' T h ird Rian.'/' p e r io d . ' , , .

15 ,000/-^R ).,

3rd in s ta lm en t towards,: the purchase :of l ib r a r y books, and jou rn a ls (H ) 0ti!t oR 'the a l lo c a t io n o f Rs.l,40,000/*~', • made during the T h ird P lah is llo c a t io n .

10,000/- (NR)

S’ln a i in s ta lm en t towards the con stru c tion ’ o f P ress b u ild in g ■under the scheme of- expansion o f ’’ U n iv e r s ity P r in t in g Press Approved Cost Rs.!V8L,-00Q/- C ommi s s io n ' s share a t,, 63-|^Fs. 1 ,20 ,667/-. Grant pa id pr e v i ous l y Rs. 1,14 ,.-1857-.

3,800/- (NR)

61. M .S .U n iv e rs ity o f Baroda

'I h t -instalm ent towards the ’ S'cheme- o f c o l le c t io n , . p re s e rv a t io n and u tilisa -b io r i' o f m anuscripts ■ under th e 'T h ird P lan .Approved co s t and Commission’ s share Rs.16^200/- p .a .

-1,000/- (R & S

Is t : in s ta lm en t o f g ra n t towards the co n s tru c tion o f l ib r a r y

'.bu ild ing a t S .N .D .^ ., Women’ s C ollege., a t Poona. Approved Cost Rs,.l,60,532‘ (N R ). Ohare ' o f the Commission a t 66-f^ Rs.1,07,000 (NR)

35,000/- (NR)

■’ On accoun t’ grant, for- the. p u b lic a t ib h o f ’ research work (A pprox im ate ly at- 60^)‘.

2 ,300/ -(NR)

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Jammu,& Kashmir

65, Ro-jasthan

66« Kurukshetra

’ On account’ gr'arit instalfne'ilty /f.or'.rthe p u t lid a t io n ’df-,.research work''. , Somtax'sSfli 'Js^/u'Hare at 60^, (appro^im’a t e ly ) Hs.750/- ' -■

’ On account' grant (1 s t in s ta lm en t) towards the scheme o f ex tension work by U n iv e rs ity teachers Commission's share a t 50% Rs.2,500/-.

i )

i i )

'On account' g r a ^ t f o r the s e t t in g up o f F ilm Club. ^Q ta l amount approved Bs'.7,500/-. Commission is to bear e h ti re expendi tu r e .'On account' grant towards the scheme o f ex ten sion work by U n iv e rs ity te a ch e rs . G ommi ss i on' s share* 'at 100^.

500/- (NR).

2,000/- (NR)

3,750/- (NR)

250/-(NR)

67,

68.

Roorkee

A lig a rh

69®>.' - ■'■'‘•’•Burdwan '

7 0 . C alcu tta

-do - ■ :

'On a’cco-un't’ recu rr in g grant fo r the, yea r .:1960-61 towards the sa la ry p f s t a f f appointed ifi, the High A lt itu d e Research O bservatory, A lig a rh Muslim U n iv e rs ity . - ' ■

i ) For the purchase o f l ib r a r y books aad jou rn a ls

. being the. IlnU insta lm en t ■ 'aga inst the gran t o f F s .l,00,000/-

sanctioned fo r the purpose.F i r s t in sta lm en t o f Rs.40,000/-, was paid in 1961-62*.

i i ) For the purchase o f equipment fo r the Chem istry Department, being' the second in sta lm en t from the gran t o f Rs, 1,75,000/- ;Sanctlqned , fo r the . purpose .F i r s t in sta lm en t >of Rs.50,000/- wa,s pa id during 1U6.1-62,

F o r t'he purchase o f equipment fo r the In s t itu te , o f B3.s ic

' ’■'Medical Sciences;- be ing the , second, instalm en't from the ' gran t o f Rs,7,50,000/- sanctioned fo r the purpose. F ir s * in sta lm en t o f Bs.30,000/- was -paid in August, ,1962.

200/- (NR)

50,000/-

50,000/-

15,000/-,

50,000/-

A 71. ^c.davpur

72. /.n:namala.i i )

i i )

73. B ihar

74.. Ranchi i )

i i )

i i i )

75. Gauhati

For the purchase o f L ib ra ry books and jo u r n a ls , being the f i r s . t ins.talm ent from the gran t o f jls. 1 , 5 0 , 0 ^0 /- sanctioned fo r the purpo'Se,

Towards F ie ld t ra in in g o f Post-gradu ate G^udents in G eo logy <5: A p p lied G eology during 1962-63,

Towards fu rn itu re fo r New Science B lock be in g the 1 s t in sta lm en t from the t o t a l

. g ran t o f Rs.35,133/- sanctioned fo r the purpose "during T h ird P la n .

For purchase o f s c i e n t i f i c equipment fo r th e department o f P h ys ics , be ing the 1 s t instalm ent, from th e t o t a l b a s ic equipment gran t o f Es.50,000/- sanctioned fo r the purpose during I I I F iv e - fe a r P la n .

Towards Labora tory S e rv ic e s f i t t i n g s and fu rn if iu ’e f o r the new Science B lock be ing the

'1 s t in s ta lm en t from th e t o t a l gran t o f Rs.2,00, OOO/- sanctioned f o r the purpose during I I F iv e - fe a r P la n .

F or purchase o f books and jou rn a ls on Science su b jec ts being the 2nd in sta lm en t from the t o t a l gran t o f Rs.2,00,000/- sanctioned fo r the purpose during I I F iv e -Y e a r P lan .

F or purchase o f S c ie n t i f iq equipment fo r , th e va riou s sc ien ce departments being the la s t in s ta lm en t from' the t o t a l gran t o f Rs.3,40,000/-J sanctioned fo r the purpose during I I F iv e -Y e a r P1 an.

For purchas,e p f book's and Journa ls on .Science su b jects

being the 3rd in sta lm en t from the t o t a l b a s ic g ran t o f Rs.l lakh sanctioned fo r I I I P lan ’.

25,000/- ,

60‘0/-

20,000/-

25,000/-

1,00,000/r-

50,000/-

1 , 3 d ' , 0 0 0 / -

20,000/-

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77'• K era la

79* U tkal

79. Mar3.thwada

80. Rootkee

81. Karnatak

76. Go]?akhpur,

BE# Madras

a,) Towards-dri'«'reas-©d'“'intake ■ -iOj in the -under-gradua-te

. apidnce -Cquhses heing ■rthe l;s,t ih^t.t:'lTient ^rolflthe ''total" grah^ ,,'of f.s.2,4'0,,-i3,007’l s-anctiohed fo r - the' pUr]5q)se’. ' "

b) For p.urchase ,pf S c ien t ific aqmpraent fo r the vaflous Science departments bdlng. ‘ the 1st instalment from the to ta l.b a s ic grant o f !7s.4,50,000/-r sanctioned fo r the, purpose during the I I I ’ Plan,

1,50,000/-

' On account' g ran t being Commission's share towards' m eeting the s a la ry of,,, a d d it io n a l S t a f f appointed in the variou s Science departments (1962-63 ).

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For purchase O f'books and jou rn a ls as be ing the 2nd • insta lm ent, from the t o t a l .bas ic gran t o f Rs.l lakh ' sanctioned fo r 3rd P lan . ■-

For purchase o f S c ie n t i f i c equipment fo r th e variou s Science Departments as being., the 3rfl'/instalm ent * from the t o t a l ’-* gran t o f R s.4 ,34 ,000/-sanctioned fo r the purpose during I I F iv e - Year P lan p e r io d . '' •

For the purchase o f s c i e n t i f i c equipment fo r ,th'e Department o f S t a t i s t i c s , 'being the second and la s t in sta lm en t aga in st the t o t a l |rant o f Rs.60,000/-- sancti.oned fo r the purpose. The f i r s t in sta lm en t o f Rs.20,00.0/- was' paid during 1959-6Q.

i ) For the con stru c tion o f b u ild in g fo r housing the ''Post-gradua'be Art's and Science Departments, o f 'U n iv e rs ity a t Madurai-j being the f i r s t insta lm ent, a ga in st the, grcin-b o f ’Rs..'3,,33,,333/- sanctioned f o r ‘the',pUrpos"6'. „

i i ) For the ' purchase o f - S c ie n t i f i c equipment and " l ib r a r y Books & jou rna ls fo r the va riou s Science Departments, ds d e ta ile d below s-

16,078/-(By a'd' j'Ustment).

32,266/-

10,000/-

1,35,000/-

30,000/-

25,000/-

(a ) A l l S c ience Departments1. Physics2. Organic

(Equipment) Ohemistry ( " )

Ks5 U ; 00020,000 PTO

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82. Madras (C o n td ),

3, In o rga n ic Chem istry 4., P h y s ic a l Chem istry 5 , B io-Chem i'stry S, Botany 14 Z oo logy8. G eology9. C en tra l Workshop

10. Phj'-sics • '11. Organic12. A l l Science

(G e n e r a l )•

Chem istry D eptts

(h ) Post-gradu ate Departments a t Madurai C en tre ._____

1, Physics2, Chem istry >3, Zoo logy

(Eq.uip. ) 20,000:( " ) 20,000( ” ) 25,000C " ) 40,000C " ) 25,000( ” ) 25,000C") 20,000(Books) 25,000( ” ) 15,000

( ) 25,000

(Equ ip ) 20,000.( " ) 20,000( " ) 10.000

. . ♦ u «. This i s the f i r s t in s ta lm en t aga in st the gran ts amounting to Rs,18,34,000/- sanctioned fo r the purposes fo r th e -T h ird F iv e -Y e a r P lan p e r io d .

i i i ) For the purchase o f s c i e n t i f i c equipment fo r the Department o f Z oo logy , heing. the second and the la s t in s ta lm en t a ga in s t the gran t o f Rs.29,333/- sanctioned fo r the purpose. The ‘f i r s t in s t t . o f Ps,20,000/- was paid during 1959-60,

i v ) For the purchase o f S c i e n t i f i c equipment fo r the Department o f Botany, b e in g ' the' s.econd and the la s t in s ta lm en t ' a ga in s t the gran t o f Ps.46,667/- 'sanctioned fo r the purpose..’ The " f i r s t in s ta lm en t o f Rs.30,000/- was pa id during 1959-60. An amount of-P5.4,667/-, be ing the unspent balance out' o f the s im ila r gr-ant paid during 1959-60 fo r the purchase o f s c i e n t i f i c equipment fo r th e Department o f S t a t i s t i c s , has been ad ju sted a ga in s t the presen t g ra n t. '

3,60,000/-

9,333/-

16,667/-

PTO

33. Mysore (£ ) For the purchase o fs c i e n t i f i c equipment fo r" the Department o f S t a t is t i c s j being the f i r s t insta lm ent

, '.against the gran t o f 'is .20,000/- sanctioned fo r , the .purpose,

( i i ) J’or the. purchase o fL ib ra ry books and j ournals fo r the Department o f S t a t is t i c s , being the. f i r s t • in sta lm en t aga in st the grant • o f Rs.26,000/- sanctioned fo r the purpose-,

( i i i ) F or the purchase o f s c i e n t i f i c .. equipment fo r the Department

o f Geography, being the f i r s t in sta lm en t a ga in s t the grant o f Rs.23,333/- sanctioned fo r the purpose.

( i v ) For the purchase o f L ib ra ry ' books & jou rn a ls fo r the Department o f Geography, being the f i r s t insta lm ent aga in st the gra,nt o f Bs.25,000/- -.sanctioned fo r the purpose.

6,-000/-

10,000/-

5,000/-

10,000/-

80,000(v ) F or the purchase o f s c i e n t i f i c equipment fo r the Department o f Chemistry., being the f i r s t in sta lm en t aga in st the grp.nt o f Bs.l,25,000/- sanctioned .for the purpose.

( v i ) For the purchase o f s c i e n t i f i c 20,000/-equipment fo r the Departmento f G eo lo g y , 'b e in g the f i r s t in sta lm en t aga in s t the grant o f Rs.75,000/- sanctioned lo r •the purpose,

(■ v ii)F o r the purchase o f s c i e n t i f i c 20,000/-equipment fo r the Department o f Botany, being the second and the la s t Insta lm ent aga in st the gran t’ o f Rs.53,333/- sanctioned fo r the purpose.The f i r s t in sta lm en t o f J’s.33,333/- -was paid during 196®-61,

( v i i i ) F o r the purchase o f s c i e n t i f i c 40,000/- equlpment fo r the Department o f Ph ys ics , being the 3rd and the la s t insta lm ent aga in st the gran t o f Rs.80,000/- sanctioned fo r the purpose. The f i r s t two insta lm ents o f Rs. 40,000 were paid during 1960-61 & 1962-63. PTO

83. 'M ysore (C on td .) 3 ,00,000/-

84. Osmania

10,000/-

30,000/-

85. P an j ab

8 6 . ’ Rajasthan

( i x ) For the con stru e tion o f Sc ience B lock , being the' 4th insta lm ent' a ga in st the gran t o f I’s. 13,14,700/- sahctioried fo r the purpose.The f i r s t th ree insta lm en ts o f Rs.6 ,50 ,000/- -were pa id d u r in g .1961-62 & 1962-63.

(x ) For the co n s tru c tion o f .C en tra l Workshop b u ild in g ,being the second in sta lm en t a ga in s t the gran t o f Rs.26,667/- sanctioned fo r the purpose. The f i r s t in s ta lm en t o f Rs.13,333/- was pa id during 1962-63.

( i ) For the purchase o f s c i e n t i f i c equipment fob the Department o f P h ys ics , be ing the second in sta lm en t a ga in s t the gran t o f Rs. 1,50,000/- sanctioned fo r the purpose

• The f ir - s t in s ta lm en t o f ■ Ps.50,000/- -was pa id du ring 1962-63.

( i i ) For the purchase o f 30,000/-s c i e n t i f i c equipment

. fo r the Department o f Z oo logy , be ing thn f i r s t in s ta lm en t a ga in s t the gran t o f Rs. 1,00,000/-

, ■' sanctioned fo r the purpose,

( i i i ) F or the purchase o f " 30,000/-s c i e n t i f i c equipment fo r

• the Department o f Chem istry, being' the f i r s t in sta lm en t a ga in s t the gran t o f Rs. 1,50,000/- sanctioned fo r the purpose.

’ On accoun t’ gran t towards 18,800/-the s a la ry o f add ition a ls t a f f appoin ted in theDepartment o f G eo logy fo r1962-63.

’ On account' g ran t f o r the 2,860/-ajward o f studen tsh ips o f Rs.150/- p.m. to 3 students in the Department o f G eology upto 31st March,1963.'

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87, Sauja.r 'On account' grant towardsthe s a la ry o f A ss is ta n t P ro fe s so r in Geo-chernistry

. in the Department o f Geologyduring 1962-63.

88, Snrdar Va llabhbhai ( i ) For the purchase o f

2,421/- ^

V idyapeeth .

89. Sacred Heart C o ll GgeThevara, Eruakulam.

90. 'St .T era sa ’ sC o lle g e ,Eruakulam.

91. D elh i

92. S r i Venkateswara

L ib ra ry Books and Journals on Science

. su b jec ts , being the second 'instalm ent aga in st the g ran t ' o f Rs. 1,50,000/-

sanstioned fo r the purpose. The f i r s t in sta lm en t o f Rs.40,000/- was paid during 1962-63.

F i r s t in sta lm en t o f an 'on account' gran t out o f 't h e t o t a l sanctioned gran t o f Rs.50,000/- approved by the Commission fo r the development o f ’ the P o s t-

raduate department o f Z oo logy during I I I F iv e -Y e a r P lan , p e r io d .

F i r s t in sta lm en t o f an 'on account' grant out o f the t o t a l sanctioned

- gran t o f Rs.50,000/- approved by the Commission fo r the development o f the post-graduate department o f Home-Science during I I I F iv e -Y e a r P lan ,

i ’) G ra n t- in -a id fo r p r in t in g the proceedings o f the synposium on 'P la n t T issue and C u ltu re ' h e ld in December, 1961 a,t the D e lh i U n iv e rs ity .

i i ) 'On account' recu rr in ggran t fo r s t a f f , maintenance and books fo r Centre o f Advanced Study in

T h e o r e t ic a l Physics and A stro -p h ys ics at the D e lh i U n iv e rs ity .

G ra n t- in -a id being the 50^ o f the expenditure in cu rred in connection w ith the hold ing o f Home Science Workshop by Sh ri Padmavathi VIomen's C o lle g e , T iru p a ti during the p er iod 12 to 15 January, 1962.

15,000/-

30,000/-

15,000/-

5,000/-

65,000/-

817.52

PTO

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94. Saugar

95. yindhra

96. Annaraalai

97. Bombay

98. <1 adavpur

'On account' recu rr in g gran t f o r the s t a f f and Maintenance during 1962-63 fo r -Centre o f .idvanced S tu d io s , in Radiowave p rop aga ti-n upper atmosphere and Radio Astronomy.

G ra n t- in -a id being 50;' o f cost o f p u b lic a t io n o f research papers by D r.R .K .S h r iva s tva i n ’ the research papers

'The D e lto id Musculature o f the Monotremata' and 'The D e lto id Musculature o f the M a rsu p ia lie s ."

( i ) Towards the purchase o " equipment fo r the High V o lta ge Labora tory a t the C o lle g e o f E n gin eering

■ W a lta ir , being the t o t a l gran t sanctioned fo r the purpose,

( i i ) For con stru c tion o f ab u ild in g f o r the Department o f Technology being the 3rd in sta lm en t out o f the t o t a l gran t o f Rs.7,37,134/-. The f i r s t two insta lm en ts amounting to Rs.5,40,000/- wert ra id during 1959-60 and 1960-61.

■ Towards the a d d it io n a l re cu rr in g gran t fo r 1962-63 fo r the Research scheme in "Heat T ra n s fe r (Sulphona- t io n ) " a ga in s t the c e i l in g gran t o f ' Rs.l3,600/- approved p .a . fo r th is purpose. A. g^ant o f Rs.7,246/- was paid in September, 1962.

Towards the ‘c o n s tru c tion o f b u ild in g fo r the developm ent

■■ o f the Department o f Chemical Technology, be ing the a d d it io n a l amount o f ”S.4§,066/- and the f in a l in sta lm en t sanctioned

fo r the purpose. A gran t amounting to Rs. 11,96,834/- has been pa id e a r l i e r to the U n iv e rs ity on th is account.

( i ) Being the amount o f studen tsh ip o f the va lu e o f R s.l50/-^ .m . fo r the petriod 3.9.1962 to 31 .3 .63 i/i fa vou r o f S h ri P .C .V o ln , a student o f P o s t ­graduate course in Food Teehnolorjy. " -

20,000/-

190/-

20,000/-

1,75,000/-

1,333/-

49,066/-

1,044/-

PTO.

98. Jadavpur (Contd ) ( l i )

99. Osmania

100. Patna i )

i i )

i l l )

Being the 5th in s t t , 40,000/-fo r the purchase o f equipment out o f the grah t o f Rs.5,09,866/- sauctioned fo r the purpose f or the degree course in C iv i l Engin­eerin g k t the C o llege o f Engineering &Technology. A grant o f Rs.2 j 65,000/- has been paid on th is account.

Towards the recu rrin g gran t 23,290/-fo r 1962-63 fo r th e Departmento f Chemical Technology aga in stthe C o ilin g gran t o f Rs.28,666/-per annum approved fo r theDepartm ent.

Towards the re c u rr in g grant fo r 1962-63 fo r the Expansion and moderni;^ation o f the B ihar C o lle g e o f J^ngineering Patna aga in st the C e il in g recu rr in g

„grant o f Rs. 1,06,666/- per annum approved f o r th is purpose.

Towards the con stru ction o f b u ild in g fo r expansion and m odern ization o f the B ihar C o lle g e o f E ngineering Patna being the 3rd insta lm en t out o f t o t a l san cti m grant o f Rs.6,88,666/-. Tne f i r s t two insta lm ents amounting to Rs. 3,00,000/- have been paid to the U n iv e rs ity fo r th is purpose during & 1959-o0

Towards the purchase o f 50,000/-equipment fo r the expansionand m odern ization o f the B iharC o lle g e o f E ngineering Patnabeing the 6th insta lm en tout o f the sanction granto f Rs.' 8 ,42 ,666/-. The U n iv e rs ityhas a lread y been pa id grantsamounting to Rs.6,00 ,OOO/- in5 Insta lm ents during H9^57'<58. &. 1961-62

60,000/^

2,00,000/-

lO l , Roorkee i ) Towards.the con stru ction o f the b u iid in g fo r the Department o f A rc h ite c tu re under the scheme o f in tro d u c tio n o f degree course in R^irchltocture being the 3rd insta lm en t out o f the sanctioned grant o f Rs. 1,42,500/- The U n iv e rs ity has a lread y been pa id Rs. 1,07,500/- in two insta lm ents fo r th is purpose during .;;^962-63.1961-62 & 1962-63. PTO

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1 3'

-^101 o Roprkoe (Gontd) i i ) :

102. S r i Venkateswara

103. Burdwan-

"104, C a lcu tta

106. C a lcu tta

106. N .Bengal

107. Panjab

108. Nagpur

109. Gauhati

110. Saugar'

i )

i i )

i )

i i )

111.

112, S r i Venkateswara

R ecurring gran t fo r the E du cation a l Tours’ conducted by the Diploma students in JBnginCering during 1961-62.

Towards the rocu rr in g grants f o r 1962-63 .for the C o lle g e o f E n gin eering T iru p a t i a ga in s t the. C e il in g gran t o f Rs.3,96,000/- per’ annum approved bj/ the C o i^ is s io n fo r th is purpose.

Sanction towards the sa la ry r e v is io n o f teachers o f 26 a f f i l i a t e d c o lle g e s fo r the month o f March 1963.

Towards the a rrea rso f pay o f 11 C o lle g e teachersfo r the p er iod 1 .9 .62 to 28 .2 .63

Towards the a rrears o f pay o f teachers Of 81 a f f i l i a t e d c o lle g e s fo r the month o f March '6 3 .

Towards the a rrea rs o f pay o f teachers o f ' a f f i l i a t e d c o lle g e s fo r the month o f March 63,-’

Towards the a rrea rs o f pay o f C o lle g e teachers- fo r 'the yea r 1962-63, :’

= do,. -■

Towards s a la ry r e v is io n o f L ibrari.an in N a lk r i C o lle g e fo r the year 1961-62.

Towards s a la ry r e v is io n o f teachers in the • u n iv e r s ity .

Towards sa la ry rev!i.sioh o f teach ers in the a f f i l i a t e d c o l le g e s . '■

-d o -

-do-

7,160.66

1,61 ,628/-

20 ,600/- ■ ;

%69,56.6/76 nP,

>r -. ■

1 ,4 7 ,8 0 0 / - .

4 , 8 0 0 / - .

73 ,480/-

’•13,84-1.91 '

412/60,

480/-

22,839/67

2,432/10

12,000/-

PTO

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113. U tka l Towards sa la ry r e v is io n o f U n iv e rs ity teach ers .

3,24-1/10

114. Osman!a -do- 1,980/77

115. Madras Sanction towards sa la ry r e v is io n o f C o lle g e L ib r a r ia n s , ( I I I F iv e -Y ea r P la n . )

750/-

116. Agra -do- 200/-

117. Kera,la Towards sa la ry r e v is io n o f c o lle g e teachers ( I I f lv e - Y e a r P la n )

93,794/08

118. Karn.atak -do- 1,39,645/43

119. Mys ore -do- 26,150/-

120, Poona -do- 33,500/-

121. Bombay -do- 37,000/-

122. Rajasthan -do- 1,250/-•1 ^

• ♦ 'rf '' R ev is ion o f s a la ry sca les o f :Un- ersj.t/

123. U n iv e rs ity Teachers fo r 1962-63.

3,130.00

124. Bombay T ech n ica l Teachers fo r 1960-63.

37,000/-

125. Burdwan U n iv e rs ity teachers 1962-63.

25,316/-

126.

/ .

Gauhati U n iv e rs ity teachers 1962-63.

2,496.35

127. Kurukshetra -do- • 42,000/-

128. K era la -do- 15,000/- •

129. <1 adavpur i ) T ech n ica l teachers fo r 1962-63.

1,00,000/-

l i ) U n iv e rs ity teachers fo r 1962-63.

1,45,000/-

130. Annamalai L ib ra ry s t a f f fo r 1962-63. 1

914/20

131. Nagpur i ) T ech n ica l teachers fo r 1981-62.

2,033/12

i i ) f o r 1962~*3 18,000/-

A_

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3

132. C a lcu ttaR ev is io n o f s a la ry sca le o f : U n iv e rs ity teachers fo r 1962-63.

70,000/-

1 3 3 . Surdwan -do- 1,20,000/-

134. Panj ab • -do- 60,000/-

135. Bananas T ech n ica l teachers fo r 1962-63,.

1,20,000/-

136. A lig a rh -do- 50,000/-

137. U tkal -do- 25,000/-

138. • Andhra -do- 1,00 ,000/-

139. Saugar U n iv e rs ity teachers fo r ■ 1962-63.

■ 42,000/-

14C). Andhra -do- 1,25,000/-

141. Gauhati -d o - 60,000/-

142. Baroda T ech n ica l teachers f o r 1962-63 .

1,20,000/-

143. Rajasthan U n iv e rs ity teachers fo r the yea r 1962-63.

45,000/-

144. Bombay For the boarding and lod g in g 160/-o f Shri V.B.Rao f o r a tten d in gthe re fr e s h e r course in N u clearPh ys ics and F lo c t r o n ic s h e ldfrom 18.5.1962 to 2.6.1932under the j o in t auBpices->*fthe Atom ic Bnergy Commissionand the U.G.C.

145. P .S .G .A r t C o l le g e , Combatore.

T o'wards the T .A . & D .A . o f S h ri M.Sankaran fo r a tten d in g the Seminar on Advanced S t a t is t i c s during May - June 1962.

383/56

146. Panj ab For h o ld in g the In t e r -U n iv e r s it y 3,000/- Summer School f o r teach ing and

Research in O ovt. a d m in is tra tion during A p r i l , '- May, 1963.'"

147. A.gra F or R e fresh er Course in Research 5,000/- M ethodology .

148.' Raj as than ■ Symposium on L a th ie d e fe c ts and la th ie Dynamics

107/-

149. Andhra R ecurring g ra n t fo r 1,37,705/-the im plem entation o f Th ree- Year Degree Course shyrae in Won-Govt. C o lle g e s ,

PTC

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1

160,

151.

Juj a ra t l

Karnatak i )

On account N on -recurring grant fo r the in tru d u ction o f Three Year Degree Course scheme-in Non-Govt. C o llege

Recurring grant fo r tho inp lem en tation o f Three Year Degree Course scheme in Noh-Govt. C o lle g e s .

i i ) N on-recu rring gran t fo r the im plem entation o f Three Year Degree Course scheme in Non-Govt. c o l le g e s .

152. S r i Venkateswara

153.

Recurring gran t fo r the inp lem en ta tion o f Three- Year Degree Course scheme in Non-Govt. C o lle g e s .

N on -recu rring grant fo r the im plem entation o f Th ree-year Degree course scheme in Non-Govt, c o lle g e s

Sardar V a lla - N on-recu rring gr.ant fo r bhbha.i V idyapeeht the im plem entation o f

Three Year Degree Course scheme in the Non-Govt.

154. U tk a l

155. Nagpur

156.

157.

Magadh

B ihar

C o lle g e s .

Recurring grant fo r the ■* im plem entation o f Three-

Year Degree Course scheme in Non-Govt, c o l le g e s .

N on -recu rring grant fo r the im plGm entatiou6f the Three Year Degree Course scheme in G ovt. & Non- Govt. C o lle g e s .

i ) Recurring gran t fo r the im plem entation o f Three Year Degree Course scheme

■' in Non-Govt, C o lle g e s .

i i ) N on-recu rring gran t fo r the implemehta.tion o f Three Year Degree Course scheme in Non-Govt. C o lle g e s .

Recurring gran t fo r the im plem entation o f the Three Year Degree Course scheme.

'On account' recu rr in g grant fo r in tro d u c tio n o f Thre^ Year Degree Course.

25,000/-

64,394/25

1,07,511/57

58,481/00

1,10,904/55

37,500/-

78,808/98

4,19,731/27

92,611/50

26,787/23

3,00,000/-

60,000/-

PTO

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± --------------------158. Ranchi

159. B ih a r

160. C a lc u t ta

161. Banaras

162. Patna

163. Panjab

'^164 . Burdv/an

165. Vikram

166* Poona

167. hnnamalai

y

i )

i i )

i )

i i )

i )

i i )

1^8. Annaraalai

169. Marathwada

170. S .V .V id ya p ee th .

’ on a ccou n t ’ R ecu rr in g g ra n t f o r in t r o d u c t io n o f Three T ea r D egree Course Scheme.

N o n -recu rr in g g ra n t f o r in t r o d u c in g Three Y ea r D egree Course in Non- G ovt. C o l l e g e s .

R ecu rr in g g ran ts f o r appointment o f a d d i t i o n a l tea ch in g s t a f f f o r in t r o d u c t io n o f Three Y ear D egree Course .

N o n -re c u r r in g and r e c u r r in g g ra n t f o r c o h s t i tu e n t c o l l e g e s o f Banaras Hindu U n iv e r s i t y .

N o n -re c u r r in g g ran t f o r in t r o iu c in g Three Y ea r Degree C ou rse .

R ecu rr in g g ra n t f o r a p p o in t ­ment o f t ea ch in g s t a f f f o r in t r o d u c t io n o f Thrde -Y e a r D egree Scheme,

Non-rt:)Curring g ra n t f o r in t r o d u c t io n o f Th ree Y e a r Degree Course.

R ecu rr in g g ran t f o r in t r o d u c t io n o f Throe Y ea r D egree Course .

N o n -re c u r r in g g ran t f o r Three Y ea r D egree Course .

R ec i ir r in g g ra n t f o r Three Y ear D egree Course.

N o n -re c u r r in g g ra n t f o r in t r o d u c t io n o f Three Y ear D egree Course.

N o n -re c u r r in g g r a n t f o r in t r o d u c t io n o f T h ro e -Y ea r Degree Course .

R ecu rr in g grant- ’ f b r Throe Year D egree Course.

S tu d en ts ' A id Fund.

50 ,000/-

3,26,076/35

84,916/-

6 ,11 ,870/16

, 73,763/33

31,320/10

5 ,0 ^ ,0 ^ V _

5 ,9 0 ,000 / -

10,354/17

3 ,00 ,000/ -

15,272/10

7 ,3 10/ -

11,279/19

3 ,3 35/-

234/-

832/-

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S tudents ' ;. id Fund

.17,ra U n iv e r s it y .

171. Kanya Kubja Degree C o lle g e , Kanpur

172. P .C .S ag la Degree C o lle g e , H atlirns.

173. Sh ri Kund Kund Ja in Degree C o lle g e , Khathauli

174. S h ri Kurmi Kshttrij^a Degree C o lle g e , Etawah

176. Dayanand C o lle g e o f Law, Kg_npur

176. Deva U agri Degree C o lle g e , Meerut

177. G ovt. A g r ic u ltu re C o lle g e , Ka&pur

178. The D .S .B .C o lle g e , N a in ita l

179. C .L .J a in Degree C o lle g e , F irozabad

180. Dayanand g i r l s c o l le g e , Kanpur

181. B ir la G ovt. Degree C o lle g e , S r i Nagar (Garhwal)

182 S .N .M ed ica l C o lle g e , AgraALLJ.H..3..D U n iv.iSs.' Agrawal Degree C o lle g e , n llahabad ■'.MDHR.'. tJnlv.184. S r i S .& KT.College, N arasarapoot.

Banaras Hindu U niv.

185. Vasanta C o lle g e fo r Women, Varanasi

Bombay U n iv e r s ity .

186. T .N .M ed ica l C o lle g e , Bombay

B ihar U n iv e r s ity .

187. Gopeshwar C o lle g e , Ha-sthwa

188. M.D.D.Mahila C o lle g e , M uzaffarpur.

189. M .S.Singh C o lle g e , Darbhanga

190. S .R .K .9 .C o lle g e , S itam ahri

Burdwan U n iv e r s ity .

191. S r i Ramkrishna Sarda Vidyamahapith^ Hooghly

192. Banwari L a i B h a lo tia C o lle g e , A sanso l.

193. Raja Peary Mohan C o lle g e , U ttarpara

260/-

1,728/-

52/-

653/-

878/-

288/-

1,141/-

1,586/-

739/-

1,800/-

2,000/-

984/-

4-13/-

992/-

1,070/-

1,684/-

722/-

706/-

250/-

2,000/-

2,000/-

1,913/-

1,500/-

'TO

^ S tu den ts ' A id Fund.

Bha.'^alpu r U n iv e r s ity .

194. Murarka C o lle g e , Su ltanganj

195. J .P .C o l le g e , Narainpur

19S. Marwari C o lle g e , Bhagalpur

C a lcu tta U n iv e r s it y .

197.

198.

199.

200.

201.

202.

203.

204.

205.

206.

207.

Sitananda C o lle g e , Htdnapur

Rama Krishnam ission V idyam andir, Belurmath

Vivekananda Colle^ C a lcu tta

Garbhata C o lle g e , H4dnapur

B.K.Chandra C o lle g e , C a lcu tta

Guruftas C o lle g e , C a lcu tta

Anandmohan C o lle g e , C a lcu tta

Women's C o lle g e , C3.1cutta

G i r l 's C o lle g e ,

Bangahasi C o lle g e , C a lcu tta

Bankim Sardar C o lle g e , Tan grab h a li.

D e lk l Un iv e r s i t y .

208. D e lh i C o lle g e , D e lh i (Day C la sses )

^ 209. D e lh i C o lle g e , D e lh i (Even ing G lasses )

210. Dyal Singh C o lle g e , D e lh i

211. C en tra l In s t t . o f Education , D e lh i

212. Hans Raj C o lle g e , D e lh i

213. Maulana Azad M edical C o lle g e , D e lh i

G u jara t U n iv e r s i t y .

214. P .D .M .C o llege o f Commerce, R a jk o te .

215. M.P.Shah M edical C o lle g e , Jamnagar

216. S ir K .P .C o lle g e o f Commerce, Surat

217. •• R .R .La lan C o lle g e , Bhuj .

_ 218. S h ri Shardapaeth A rts C o lle g e , Dwarka.

2,000/-

1, 173/-

2,000/.

1,545/-

752/-

1,330/-

1,007/-

1,854/-

1,322/-

2,000/-

1,061/-

2,000/-

1,865/-

735/-

2,000/-

2,000/-

2,000/-

2,000/-

2.,000/-

1,638/-

2,000/-

1,344/-

1,550/-

1,195/-

2,000/-

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GorakhiS tuden ts ’ A id T’und.

3ur U n iv e r s ity .

219. N a tion a l Degree C o lle g e , B a rh a lgan j.

1,328/-

220. H arish Chandra Degree C o lle g e , Varrnasi 2,000/-

221. K .S .Saket ‘ aha.vidyalaya, Faizahad 1,308/-

222. D .A .V .C o l le g e , Azaragarh 912/-

Jammu & Kashmir.

223. G ovt. C o lle g e , Kathua 198/-

K era la U n iv e rs ity .

224. C o lle g e o f E n gin eering , Trivandrum 2,000/-

225. P eet Memorial T rg . C o lle g e , M auelikara 200/-

226. C o lle g e fo r Women, Trivandrum 1,697/-

Karhatak U n iv e rs ity .

227. S r i Kadasiddheshwar ^..rts C o lle g e , H u b li. 1,047/-

228. V ija y a C o lle g e , B ijapu r 1,656/-

229. L .V .D .C o lle g e , Raichur 1,224/-

230. C o llege o f Commerce, B ijap tir ' 324/-

231. C o lle g e o f A g r ic u ltu re , Dharwar 833/-

232. S .B .C o lle g e o f ..r ts & S c ien ce , Gulharga. 1,4.82/-

Mysore U n iv e rs ity .

233. B.D.T .C o lle g e o f E n gin eering , Davanger.e 1,508/-

234. S t.P h ilom en a 's C o lle g e , Mysore 2,000/-

235. S t . Joseph 's C o llo g e , Bangalore 2,000/-

233. V eerasa iva C o lle g e , B e lla r y 2,000/-

237. S .S .S .J .T . In s t i tu t e , Bangalore 'Bln/-

238. B.M.S. C o ll 'jg e o f E n g in eerin g , Bangalore 2,000/-

Madras U n iv e rs ity .

239. Jamal Mohmd. C o lle g e , ^ 'ir u c h ir a p a ll i . 2,000/-

240. Alagappa C o lle g e , Karakudi 2,000/-

241. M.D.T. C o lle g e , T iru n c lw e li. 2,000/-

242. Sacred Heart C o lle g e , T iru p a ttu r 1 , 0 1 1 / 7

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Students* Aid Fund.

Madras U n ivers ity

243. S t. Christopher's Trg. C ollege, Vepory.

.Rnjnh S e r fo ji C o lle je , Tanjore

VoorhGo's G o lle je , V e llo re

Nirmala C o ll 0 3 0 , Coimbatore

250.

251.

252.

244.

246.

216.

217. Women's Christian College,- Madras

Marathwada UniYQ.b.si.tjr.

248. "dovt.' College o f Sducationj Aurangabad

Nagnur U n ive rs ity .

249. Jijamata Ilahaviiyalaya, Buldana

S t. F ranci's de sales C o lle je , Nagpur

Ohanate National C ollege, Nagpur

' M,.M.-College o f Science, Nagpur

Osmania U n ivers ity

253. Evening College o f Arts & Commerce, Hyderabad

Pan.lab U n ivers ity .

254. ■'■’DiA iV .C o llege , Hoshiarpur / '

K.M.Teachers Training C o llege , Bhiwani

D-.S .D .College, Curgoan

Lyallpur Khalsa C ollege, Jullundur

B .L.M .G irls C o llege , Nawanshar Doaba

F . C .College For Women, Hissar

Sanatan Pharma College, Ambala

R.K,S .D .College 3 Kaithal

Govt, ^ipudaman College., Nabha as, • : ’•

Govt. C o llege , :l urna p.iL,.

G. H.G.Khalsa Training C o llege , Gurusarsadhar

Hans Ra.j Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Jullundur

National C o llege , S irsa

A .I .J a t Heroes Memorial C o llege , Rohtak

Dairy Science C ollege, Karnal

Guru Nanak C ollege , Guru Tegbahadur Garh

255.

256.

257.

258.

259.

260.

261.

262.

2@3.

264.

265.

266.

267.

268.

269.

110/-

1,923/-

1,512/-

1,316/-

790/- ■

198/-

890/-

2,000/-

2,000/t

2,000/-

2 , 000/-

2,000/-

868/-

2,000/-

2,000/-

702/-

814/-

2,000/-

1,242/-

2,000/-

931/-

453/-

1,302/-

2,000/-

' 2,000/-

840/-

2,000/- ?T0

Students' A id Fund.

270. G ovt. C o lle g e , Solan Ig 138/-

271. Sikh N a tion a l C o lle g e , Qadian 8S8/-

272. G ovt, C o llege fo r Women, Am ritsar 866/-

273. Chhotu Ro.ra Arya C o lle g e , Sonepat 2,000/-

274. Hindu N a tion a l C o lle g e , Hariana i,"669/-

Poon a U n iv e rs ity .

275. Uaw C o lle g e , Poona 163/-

276. W il l in g don C o lle g e , .SSahJJii* 2,000/-

277. C o lle g e o f Commerce, Kolhapur 1,630/-

sthan U n iv e rs ity .

278. G ovt, S.aharia C o lle g e , Kaladera (Sanction ca .ncelled )

476/-

279. G ovt. C o lle g e , SardarshaJir 358/-

280. Seth G.B.Bodar C o lle g e , 1,078/-

281. Govt. Degree C o lle g e , Kishangarh 498/-

282. Rajasthan M ahila V idya laya , Udaipur 132/-

283. _M .S .C o llege for'Women, B ikaner 1,217/-

284. Seth R .N .Ruia C o lle g e , Ramgarh 1,399/-

285. S .D .G ovt. C o lle g e , Beawar 1,082/-

286. Seth G .L .B ihan i S .D .C o lle g e , S r i Ganganagar 1,132/-

ar U n iv e rs ity ,

287. L .P .T .S a n sk r it Degree C o lle g e , 92/-

288. Govt. Degree C o lle g e , Satna 1,444/-

289. G ovt. Degree C o lle g e , D a tia , 505/-

S .V. Vidya.poeth

290. B .A .C o lle g e o f A g r ic u ltu re , Anand 1,470/-

S r i Venkatesv;ara U n iv e rs ity .

291- S .V .A g r ic u ltu ra l C o lle g e , T iru p a ti 86/-

U tk a l U n iv e rs ity .

292. Women's C o lle g e , BalaSore 88/-

293. C h r is t C o lle g e , '^uttack. 1,851/-

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Studen ts ' A id ’imd.

Vikram U n iv e rs it y .

294.295.

d o v t. Degree C o lle g e , Schore O ovt. Degree C o lle g e , Shivpur

1,113/-990/-

296. G ovt. Degree C o lle g e , Mniidsaur 2-,000/-

297. G .P .D y^r.e C o lle g e , Morena 2,000/-

298. G ovt. Degree C o lle g e , B a r e li - 130/-

299. Madhav C o l le g e , U j,ja in ' 2,000/-

300. - S h ri G .S .fe ch . I n s t i t u t e , In dore 1,710/-

301. Plamidia A rts & Com. C o lle g e , Bhopal 2,000/-

,302. "^ovt. Degree C o lle g e , Ratlam • 1,942/-

303. M .P .C o llege o f V e t . Sc. & Anim al Hus^bandry,' ' Plhow ■' . 912/- /

3041 ■ Indore C h r is t ia n C o lle g e , In d o ie 2 ’,'06b/-

305. Kamala R a ja G ir ls ' C o lle g e , G w a lio r. 2,‘ 000/-

306. S r i Venkafeswara U n iv e r s ity In s tru d u c tio n o fG eneral Education

10,6602,220

C ourse. . T o ta l ■ 12,880C R )

Name o f the C o l le g e .

t.pproved C o s t .

UGC' s Share

Grant a lread y pa id !'

Grant now pa id .

1 •3

307.' Baranseni, C 'o ilege . ^ ilia ,arb .

1,37,509 91,672 ■ 85,000 6,672•■••'•(Final In s t t .

(C ost o f L ib ra ry B u ild in g )

30. J. 1 / ✓

308. Balwant Hajput C o lle g e , Agra

(L ib . B u ild in g )

2 ,9 8 ,o54 1 ,2 0 j700 80,0^0 2 0 ,0D0 (4th I p s t t . )

309. Jlcerut C o lle g e Meerut

. (L|^b. equipment)

1,17,438 78,S90 25,000 ' 25,000 (2nd'. I n s t t . )

3 l0 . B iS .A .Degree C o lle ge,23,165 15,440 13,000 2,388Mathura,

(LaV. Equipment)311.■ S .N .Sen , B .V .Degree

1 'y (F in a l I n s t t . )

C o lle g e , Kanpur (L ib . B u ild in g )

1,17,699 78,460 50,000 10,000 (3 rd I n s t t . )

'■y

312. M .M .H .C ollege, 2 ,46 ,991 1,23,500Gaziabad

(Men’ s H o s te l)313. Vardhawan C o lle g e 3 ,00,000 1,50,000

B ijn o r(Expansion o f S c ience Education )

50.000 3§., 000 ( I I I I n s t t . )

25,000 (1 s t i n s t t . )

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/>llg,ha.b?.d.

S m . G,M .P.Degree C o lle g e Hlr.h2iba.d.

C^xpc.nsion o f Lab .). /.ndhra

46,991.22 n?. 31,327

3.15* Andhra M slica.l C o lle g e 75,000 ‘V is ak ahpa thr-am (Purchase o f L ib . books)B ih a r .

316. MunshT Singh C o lle g e h o i ih a r i- (L ib . B u ild in g ) 83,723

317. Bindaswar Singh C o lle g e 68,253 Dinapore

(C onst, o f L ib . B u ild in g )Bomba.y

318. W ilson C o lle g e , Bombay(C onst, o f Men's 3,20,570h o s te l - L ib . H a lls )

319. In s t i tu t e o f Science 1,80,944 Bombay.

(L ib . B u ild in g )‘ ' C a lcu tta .

320. ZTipurHuar C o lle g e ,A lipu rdu ar 1,90,000

(C onst, o f Men's H o s te l ) .321. G auhatl.

50,000

55,815

45,502

15,000(1 s t I n s t t . )

30,000 (1 s t I n s t t . )

1,62,828 1,30,000 32,828(F in a l I n s t t . )

1,20,620 80,000 20,000, , (3 rd I n s t t ; )

95,000 60,000 20,000(4 th I n s t t , )

321. B.Barooab C o lle g e , Gauhati

(Men's h o s te l )

Gorakhpur.

322, Udai Partap C o lle g e Varanasi

3,67,000 1,25,000 40,000 50,000(2nd I n s t t . )

i ) (L a b . Furm iture i ) i i ) Purchase o f

7,500 . 5,000 2,000 2,000(2nd In s b t . )

L ib . books i i ) fu rn itu re &

52,450 34,967 30,000 3,000(4 th I n s t t . )

Lab. equipment.323. ..T llk Dhari C o lle g e ,

J ohnpur(Lab. equipment)Gu.1 a r a t .

69,655 46,436 20,000 15,000 (2nd I n s t t . )

324. A r ts C o lle g e , Daboi

(Men's h o s te l)

1,87,776 93,888 75,000 18,888(F in a l. I n s t t . )

325. S t . la m ie r C o lle g e , Ahmedabad

5,75,000 1,25,000 70,000 50,000(3rd I n s t t . )

(Women's H o s te l)

V '

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K e ra la

326. S t . Theresas ' CollG.5e, 79.984 53,320 50,000 3,320Srnakulan

(Purchase o f Lab. equipment c o s t , o f nursery Home

(F in a l I n s t t . )

Scien,ce Equipment 327* S t ’.Berchman C o lle g e

, 2,62,500 82,500 20,000 30,000( I I i n s t t . )

Changhacherry (M en's h o s te l )

328. Mar Theophilus T ra in in g G o lls g o , Tr^vendrum. (Women* s h o s te l)

1,12,000 84,000

Lucknow

329.M ahila V id ya lyaLucknow

i ) L ib . fu rn itu re & books 12,000 '• 8,000 7,000 1,000 (Fina;i i ) L ib . Build ing..,............ 29,339 19,559 6,000 8,000 In s ’

(2nd I n s t t . )-1330. Lucknow C h r is t ia n C b lleg e l , 17,700 78,467 15,000 40,000

Lucknow ’ •' (L ib . B u ild in g . )

Madras. ’ '•

(2nd I n s t t . )

331. N a t io n a l C o llege^ T r ich u ra p p ^ li

(Men* s ' h o s te l )

2,51,200 1,25,000 1 ,00,000 10,000 “ (5 th In s t t .J

332. The New C o lle g e , Madras 1,47,875 73,937 20,000(Men’ s h o s te l ) (1 s t i n s t t i ) " i

333. Shri Pushpum C o l le g e , ’ 2,62,000 1,05,000 -Poondi

(Men* s h o s te l ) Magadh

.0

334. . A w N . - C p l l e p e Barh.('ion ' s’ l ib s tc l ) '■ •

■Nagpur

2,68,822 1,34,411

335. S h ri S h iv a j i C o lle g e , Amrs,vati

(M en's h o s le l )

2 ,72,700 1,25,000 50,000 20,000(2nd I n s t t ; )

336. H is lo p C o lle g e , Nagpur (C onst, o f L ib . H a l l )

6Q,.788 40,525 15,000 15,000• ■ (2nd I n s t t . )

^ 3 7 . R .P .G ogate C o lle g e , 1,33,777 1,00,000 60,000 20,000R a tn a g ir i - (3 rd I n s t t i )

(Women's h o s te l )338. M.G.^iPts & Science

C o lle g e ,J algawn

2,28 ,328 1,14,154 70,000 30,000'( I I I I n s t t , )

✓(Men’ s h o s te l )

Pan.i ab . ‘ • b339. Fateh Chand C o lle g e f o r

Women, -Hussar •(Women*'8- hos^lel)

2 ,07,617 1,00,000 ' 80,000 15,0,00 * , ( I I I i n s t t . )

340, S .A .J a in C o l le g e , 16,000 8,000 7,000 'i , 0 ’00’ ■ 'Ambala C ity

, (Cons’!;. ' o f ' ‘Women* s ' Quar’t e r s )

(F in a l In s t ’t . )

341. Dev Samaj T ra in in g C o lle g efo r Women Ferozpu r. 1,93,490 1,45,000 30,000 3 0 ,0 0 0 ’ '

(Women H o s te l), ( I I I n s t t . )

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Ra.jg-sthan3'427~"'".r5an2.sthali .Vidyapccth 1,31,800

(Const., o f Women H oste l ?urch.?.se o f fu rn itu re )

343. j.3 g?.rrwal C o lle g e , Ja ipur 45,000 (L ib ra ry b u ild in g )

Ranchi34§. S t . C o l l e g e ,

Ranch i.(Men's h o s te l )

■Saugar,

346. Shree Nikantheshwar C o lle g e , Khandwa (Men’ ‘s h o s te l)

2,48,644

1,80,977

Vikram

98^860 90,000 8,850(F in a l I r i s t t . )

30,000 - 6,000(1 s t , I n s t t . )

98,169 m -

90,488 70,000 15,000(4 th I n s t t . )

346. Mahatma Gandhi M edica l 60,000 40,000C o lle g e , Indore

(L ib ra ry - Books &J ou rha ls )

347. G .R .M edical C o lle g e , 18,000 12,000G w alior ,•

(L ib ra ry books &J ou rna ls )

Towards the., award o f Pbst-g-raduate , research Scholarsh ips in S c ience.

348.349.350.351. S52. 353.. 3^1.

Indhra■^nnamalaiBanarasBombayGorakhpurK era laKurukshetra

4 96 .-77 328.-57-

3,167 .-32 2,658.0^6'

393433 1,625.81

554,84

355 Agra356 A lig a rh357 A llahabad358 Banaras359 C a lcu tta360 Gorakhpur361 Jadavpur362 Karnatak363 K era la364 Lucknov/365 Mysore366 Panjab367 Rajasthan368 Srivenl^ateswara369 In d ian School o f M ines.

Towards the a-ward o f post-graduate research Scholarsh ips in Humanitie s .

7,5,2,

1,1,8,

1.

409.45432.26535.90625.82933.55320.00 000.00 174.19 058.06 831.M 561.29 046 .-67400.00 200.00' 000.00

370. Mysore U n iv e rs ity

Towards the u t i l i s a t io n o f s e rv ic e s of r e t i r e d t eachers/Scion ti's ts .

1.4.196230.6.1962

1,108.68

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Towards the award o f T ra v e l Grants

S .N o,

371.

372.

L

373.

374.

375.

376.

Nane o f the U n lv o rs ity

Guj a ra t

Vikram

B ih 2.r

Madras

.indhra

xPa'itBa

Amount.

1,816.93

3,496.20

(1 s t In s ta lm en t)

(1 s t In sta lm en t)

Towards Ju n ior Hesearch F e llow sh ip (H um anities) o f the Value o f Rs.390/- p.m. awarded during 1961-62.

(C on tingen t g ra n t) 1,000.00

(C on tingen t gra.nt) 826.57

Toward.s Ju n ior Hesearch fe llo w s h ip (Hui|iariities) o f the va lu e o f ?s.300/- p.m. awarded during '62-63 .

P e r i od “■1962-63 1,793.55

1962-63 2,035.48

SEW/22,2.63. +++++

University.JGrants Commission

. M eetings

■i - ' 3rd A p r i l 1963

Item 2i To r e c e iv e a rep o rt o f a c t io n taken on c e r ta in m a tte rs .

I . ' "Ka£Qa.ta.k. U n ive rs ity ..- . H igher Education., and Research Development Schemes (H u m a n it ie s )' f o r the Th ird F ive Year P lan - C rea tion o f a d d it io n a l teach ing c o s t s .

The Commission v id e R eso lu tion No. 22 dated the 7th February, 1962 approved the appointments o f one Reader anci one L ec tu rer f o r the department o f Education and one P ro fe s s o r , one Reader and one L ec tu re r f o r the department o f S o c io lo g y in c lu d in g Anthropology o f the Karnatak U n iv e rs ity under the Th ird F ive Year P lan .

On the requ est o f the U n iv e r s ity , .the .c rea tion o f the fo llo v r in g posts has been approved su b jec t to the con d ition that, the expend itu re ( t o be borne by the Commission) is kept w ith lh 10% o f " th e t o t a l a l lo c a t io n a lread y approved by the Commission fo r the Th ird F ive Y ea r 'R la n p e r io d .

Department

(a ) Education

(b ) S o c io lo g y

■ D es ign a tion

P ro fessor.

^Lecturer

ResearchA ss is ta n t

Nos. Remarks

1 Commission's share@ bOfo

5 100^1 .5

5-

The above approva l was communicated to the U n iv e rs ity . in th is o f f i c e l e t t e r No ,. F. ,l-44/61(H ) .dated, the 18 .1 .63 .

2) Karnatak U n iv e rs ity - Development Schemes under Th ird F iv e Year P lan - Need f o r a museum fo r the department o f Ind ian H is to ry & C u ltu re .,

■At the request o f Karnatak U n iv e rs ity , the Commission approved the con stru c tion o f a museum b u ild in g a t 50^ o f the. estim ated cost o f Rs. 2 ,50 lakhs in connec.tio.n w ith the depart­ment. o f H is to r y . (v id e th is o f f i c e l e t t e r No. F. l-44/61 (H ) dated 28 .12 .'62 ).

3) Marathwada U n iv e rs ity - C rea tion o f a new.'pos't o f Reader in .-A g r icu ltu ra l and Co-op .erative Economics.

The Marathvfada U n iv e rs ity be ing s itu a ted in a predom inantly a g r ic u ltu r a l reg ion s app,roached th,e Commission fo r the c re a t io n o f a post o f Reader "in Agricu ltur?;.! and C o -op era tive Economics in the U n iv e rs ity in a d d it io n to the posts a lread y approved by the Commission "under the Th ird F ive Y ea fyP la n . .. . ,

The c re a t io n o f a post o f Reader f o r A g r ic u ltu ra l Economics in the department o f Economic.s was' approved su b ject to the co n d ition th a t the a d d it io n a l expend itu re in vo lved was met ou t o f the t o t a l a l lo c a t io n approved by the Commission f o r th e Th ird F ive -Y ea r P lan p e r io d . The above approval was communicated to the U n iv e rs ity in th is o f f i c e l e t t e r No. F . l - 13/6KH) dated 2 .H ..6 2 .

p . t « o .

4 ) Development o f Postgraduate Bducatlo iia f f i l i a t e d c o lle g e s - Construction o f L ib ra ry b u ild in g o f C.M» C o lle g e , KoVtayam (K e ra la U n iv e r s i t y ) ,

The proposal o f G.M. C o lle g e , Kottayam fo r the con stru ction o f a L ib ra ry b u ild in g was approved a t an estim ated cost o f Rs. 2,55,000/- (N R ),

The plans-and- estim ates amounting to Rs. 2,55,000/- c e r t i f i e d by the Engine'er o f tho Kerala U n iv e rs ity v/ere accepted and approved sub.ject to the con d ition that the Commission’ s sha-re \-iould be l im ite d to Rs* 1,00,000/- on ly in th is o ffic e . ' l e t t e r N o .-F » 50-22/62(H) dated 15.1 .63.

5 , Varanaseya Sanskrit' ■University -, Construction o f a L ib ra ry b u ild in g .

The proposal o f the Varanaseya Sanskrit U n iver­s i t y , Varanasi f o r con stru ction o f a U n iv e rs ity l ib r a r y b u ild in g was o r ig in a l ly examined by a committee which recommended a sum not exceeding Rs. 10,00,000/- fo r the purpose.

In v iew o f the urgency o f the scheme, approval o f the Commission to the con stru ction o f a l ib r a r y b u ild ­in g , in p r in c ip le , a t an .estimated expenditure o f Rs. 8,00,000/- was communicated to the U n iv e rs ity in th is o f f i c e l e t t e r No. F. 51-28/59(H) dated 23 .2 .63 .

Construction- o f U n iv e rs ity6 . Marathwada U n iv e rs ity L ib ra ry b u ild in g .

The Commission, v id e R eso lu tion 28 dated the 5/6th J u ly , 1961 accepted the proposal o f the Marathwada U n iv e rs ity f o r the con stru ction o f a L ib ra ry b u ild in g a t an estim ated cost o f Rs. 12,00,000/-, but d es ired that the cost be reduced by a redu ction in the stack ing space p rov ided Th e,estim ates submitted by the U n iv e rs ity have been approved a t a t o t a l cost o f Rs. 8,60,998/- (on the basis o f the tendered c o s t ) . The share o f the Commission

66-f o f the above cost w i l l be l im ite d to Rs. 5 ,73 ,998/-. The above approval has been conveyed v id e th is o f f i c e l e t t e r No. F. 66-2/60(H) dated 18.3.1963.

V) Mysore U n iv e rs ity - Establishm ent o f . a P r in t in g Press in the U n iv e rs ity .

The Commission v id e R eso lu tion No. 26. o f 5th/6th Ju ly , 1961 agreed to the con tin uation o f the scheme fo r es'tablishment/improvement o f P r in t in g Presses during the Th ird F ive Year P lan . Tho scheme o f Mysore, U n iv e rs ity f o r the estab lishm ent o f a P r in t in g Press a t an estim ated cost o f Rs. 1,S1,000/- has been -accep ted , i n ’ p r in c ip le ’ fo r im plem entation undor the Th ird^Plan . The approval o f the scheme has been conveyed in th is o f f i c e l e t t e r No. F. 7-3/ 62(H) dated 14.,3.1963.

8 ) P u b lic a t io n o f research v/orks in c lu d in g docto ra te th e s e s .

k t the request o f the U n iv e r s it ie s , the U.G.C. paid grants towards the p u b lica tion o f tho fo l lo w in g research works in c lu d in g doc to ra te theses as under:-

university D escr ip tion o f the th es is

T o ta l amount approved fo r payment b y ’ U.G.C.

Y isva -B h ara ti "B h ara tiya •. ,U n iv e rs ity S ak ti Sadhana" “ jOCO/-

bv Upondra Kur-iar; IS

iunount No. & date sanctioned o f the le tb e r

Rs. 1,000/-F. 2-20/62(H dated : 20.2.

I

Vikram Uni-: yersi'l^y

l . ”The., Anavil X■ 'Brahmins;. ‘ X

a Sociology ” Xstudy" by Dr. XYiB. Naik ' X~

- 3 -©

F ,2-24/62(H) Dt; 22.2.63

2. "The Ethics o f Gita" by Dr,G.W. Kaweeshwar X

X9) Extension work 'by U n iversity teachers

fe. 6 }• 5O0/,p<5i 3 f P’SO/r-.

X

A t the request o f the U n iversity,' the Commission made grants towards the implementation o f the scheme o f extension v/ork by U n iversity teachers;

U n iversity Total U.G.C.cost share ,Rs. Es.

Grant No. & date ofsanctioned le t te r

Rs • '.

Panjab . • 10,000/- 5,000/- 2,465.17 No. F. 41-9/58(H)U n iversity (By adjustment) Dt; 12.3,1963,

10) Sacred Books o f east series o r le ln a liv M lte d by P ro f. F. Max M uller.

At the request o f the U n ive rs it ies , the U.G.C, paid grants towards the purchase o f Vol. No. 34,38 & 48 o,f -Sacred books o f east series o r ig in a lly edited by P ro f.■F. Max M uller. The cost- o f one volume is Rs. 17/- ( i . e .Rs. .15/- the price o f one volume plus Rs. 2/- as postage, packing e tc . per volume).

U n ive rs itv ' la t a i U.G.C's Giant.volumes a-Doroved share sanctioned

cost Rs •

Rs. Rs.

Allahabad 9 ' 153 153 153 F. 12-1/62(H) dated; 4,3.63.

Madras 27 459 459 459 F. 12-2/62(H) dated: 4.3.63

Roorkee 3 ' . 51 .51 51 F. ‘12-3/68CH) dated: 28.2.63

Vikram ■ 20 340 340 340 F. 12-4/62(H) dated; 4.3.63

Utkal 5 85 85 85 F. 12-5/62(H) dated; 28.2.63

Bihar 3 51 51 51 F. 12-6/62(H) dated; 28.2,63

Jadavpur 2/' 34 34 34 F. 12-^7/62(H) dated: 4.3.63

Saugar 10 170 170. 170 F. 12-8/62(H)

Lucknow 6 102 102 102 F. 12-9/62(H) datad: 8.3.63

Marathwada IS 221 221 221 F. 12-10/62(H) dated: 8.3.63

S.N.D.T.Women * s U n iversity

4 681

68 68 F. 12-11/62 (H) dated: 8,3.63

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11) SauRar U n iversity - Grant-in-ald fo r the construcV- ion o f extension to tho Gedlog:.y Laboratory Building

On tho rccoramendations o f the V is it in g Committee appointed fo r the purpose o f assessing the requirements o f the Saugar U n iversity fo r the Third Five Year Plan, the Commission at i t s meeting held on 7th March, 1962 approved an expenditure o f Rs. 50,0.00/- (Commission's '2/3rd share cf Rs» 33,333/-) fo r the construction o f an extension to the Geology Laboratory bu ild ing. On the rece ip t from the Saugar University o f development schemes under 7ofo a llo ca tion , the Commission agreed to' the implementation o f schemes amounting to Rs. 19,58,500/- ro la ting to the development o f Science Departments during' the Third Plan period. The proposal referred to above was not included in the to ta l amount of Rs. 19,58,500/-.

, In January, 1963 the Registrar, Saugar U niversity informed that .additional accommodation was urgently required fo r the Geology Department in view o f the fa c t that the Commission had already agreed to fo r the establishment o f a Centre o f Advanced Studies in Geology and, therefore, requested the Commission that the University may be permitted to implement the proposal ro la tin g to the construction o f extension to the Geology Laboratory build ing. Keeping in view the urgency o f th is proposal, the University was permitted on 18th February,1963 to implement tho scheme re la tin g to the construction o f exten­sion to the Geology Laboratory building at an estimated cost o f Rs. 50,000/- (Commission's 2/3rd share being Rs. 33,333/-). The to ta l assistance from the Commission required during the Third Five Year Plan period fo r development schemes o f the Science Departments thus increased from Rs. 19,58,500/- to Rs. 19,91,833/-.

12) Ra.iasthan University - Grant-in-aid fo r the purchase o f Library'Rooks and Journals fo r the Post-graduate Medical teaching and research at-S.M.S. Medical College. Jaipur.

During the Second Five Year Plan, the Commission paid a grant o f Rs. 39,000/- to tho Rajasthan U niversity fo r the purchase o f Library books and journals on medical subjects.

In March, 1963 the p rin c ipa l, S.M.S. Medical College, Jaipur requested the Commission to sanction further grants fo r the purpose fo r tho Third Five Year Plan period. Considering that the post-graduate teaching and research work at this College is d ire c t ly under tho control o f the Rajasthan Uni-

, y e rs ity , sanction was accorded to a grant o f Rs. 25,000/- to the U n iversity on 15th March, 1963 fo r the purchase o f lib ra ry books and journals on medical subjects required byS.M.S, Medical College, Jaipur.

13) nsmania University - Grant-in-aid fo r the purchase o f Library Books and Journals fo r the Post-graduate medical teaching and research at Osmanla Medical College. Hyderabad (Dn.)

During the Second Five Year Plan, the Commission paid a grant o f Rs. 80,000/- to the Osmania U niversity fo r the purchase o f Library books and journals on medical sub jects,

In January, 1963 the p rin c ipa l, Osmania Medical College, Hyderabad (Dn.) requested the Commission to sanction further grants fo r the purpose fo r the Third Five Year Plan period. Considering that th is College is d ire c t ly under the control o f the Osmania U n iversity, sanction was accorded to a grant o f Rs. 25,000/- to the U n iversity on 4th March, 1963 fo r the purchase o f lib ra ry books and journals on medical subjects required by.the Osmania Medical College, Hyderabad (Dn.)

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14) Jodhpur U n iversity -• A lloca tion o f am^the purchase o f lib ra ry books and .journals (Sclencey under the Third Five Year P lan*

The Uniydrsity Grants Commission decided, (v id e Addl,Item 2 dated the 2nd August, 1961)' that during the Third Five le a r Plan period, some 5^dho{i5.:.gfantd may- be, alioc.ated to Univer­s it ie s fo r the purchase o f lib ra ry books dnd journals to meet the basic needs o f the University-. Accordingly an amount o f Ps. IjOOjOOO/- has been a lloca ted to Jodhpur U n iversity during the Third Plan period fo r the. purchase o f lib ra ry books and journals on Science subjects vide th is o f f ic e le t t e r No, F. 23-20/ 61(S) dated 16.2.1963.

15) S ri Venkateswara U niversity - Grant-in-aid fo rstudents amenitlos in the U n iversity College o f Bngino'dring. T iruPati - Provision o f water cop iers . , • ' ' ,

;

The Commission at i t s meeting held on 26th A p r il 1961 accepted the recommendations o f A .I.C .T .S . fo r providing students amenities in Technical In s titu tion s .

Accordingly on rece ip t o f a proposal from S ri Venkateswara U n ivers ity , an expenditure o f Rs. 12-,000/- (to be shared on 50:50 basis) -was approved fo r the purchase o f three water coolers fo r the U n iversity College o f Erlgineering, T iru pati,

16) Patna U n iversity - Construction o f men students' hostel

-In, the Commission’ s meeting held on 6,12,1961 i t was reported (Rosolution 2 (V I) that as the patna U n iversity could not take ac tive steps to implement the scheme fo r the construction o f hostel fo r 451 men students approved at a to ta l cost o f Rs. 15,97,000/- in July 1960, the schemie be cancelled and the U n iversity informed accordingly.

The University has now approached the Commission fo r re v iva l o f the scheme as they are now in a position to take up the work in hand. The proposal h^s been acc.e.pted and the Uni­vers ity ' informed accordingly.

17) Baroda. U n iversity - Third H all o f Residence fo r Women Students.

The Baroda U niversity suggested to name the Third H a l l ’o f Residence fo r Women -students being b u ilt with- the fin an c ia l assistance from the Commission as "Pandita Gargi H a ll' - a fte r ,th e name o f Pandita Gargi a famous learned lady o f the Upanishada period. The suggestion has been approved.

18) Visva-Bharati - Construction o f Hostel fo r goo women students o f the SanRit Bhavana and other.Bhavanas.

The Commission in th e ir meeting held on 14/15th A p ril 1958 •approved the construction o f a hostel fo r 100 women student's o f ■the,.,Sangit Bhavana and other Bhavanas ,of the.' Visva,-Bharati at a cost o f Rs. 3,00,000/-. As the U n iversity could not undertake the imf)lemeh’bation o f the scheme, the s.ame was cancelled.

The 'University has how intimated that they are in urgent need o f hostel accommodation and have dish intimated the unavoidable circumstances under which they could'not'implement the scheme.

As, the U n iversity is now in d position to implement the scheme, the 'same has been revived-.

iu)*- Deshbandhu College - starting o f Bengali in B.A(Pass)Course from the Academic Year 1960-61,. .Ex-p.pst-Facto sanction has been accorded to the proposal

o f the Delhi University to permit Deshbandhu College "'to teachBengali to the B.A. (Pass-) Classes with e f fec t from 1960-61.

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20) A ligarh Musl im Univc-rsity - Travel. £r_ant._t^Professor Mchd . Shafi;. Haad o f the Department o f Geography - Request f o r .

/Pro f, Mo}iB, Shafi 5 Head o f the Depa.rtment o f

Geography o f A ligarh Muslin University has been in v ited to preside over at the Applied Geography section o f XX In ternational Geographical Congress to be held in London in July, 1964, Sanction' has been accorded to thb payment o f a grant of R3,3,800/~ to the Aligarh Muslim University equivalent to the retufn a ir passage from Delhi to London (by economy c lass ) and 1st Class r a i l fare from A ligarh to Delhi and back to enable P ro f, Shaft to at'tend th is conference,

21) Delhi University ~ trave l grant to Dr., B. Ra.-jan, Professor'and Head o f the Deuartment o f English - request f o r .

Dr, B. Rafail, Professor and the Hoad o f the Depart­ment o f English, Delhi University has been in v ited to partic ipa te and d e liver a paper in the IX International Congress o f Modern Language-s and L itrature to be held in Washington in August 1963,' Sanction has been accorded to the payment of a grant o f Rs,5,345/- to the Delhi U n iversity equivalent to the return a ir passage from Delhi to New York by the Econcmy class to enable P ro f, Raj an to attend the Conference,

22) A ligarh Muslim University ~ Prouoaal fo r the appointment o f a Dean of Siudentc!* Welfare and supporting s t a f f ,

The.Commission in their meetihg'held on 3-10-62 vide item No,10, considered the proposal o f the A ligarh Muslim U niversity regarding the appointment o f a Doan o f students( Welfare and supporting s ta f f fo r him and desired that the matter may be discussed with'the'ne'w Vice-Chancellor o f the University a fte r he took over.The matter was discussed by the Chairman v;ith the new Vlce^^Jhahcrellor, Aligarh Muslim University (Shri Tyab ji) on 1-2-1963 and it'v;as agreed that the University might-have a'Dean o f students' V/clfare in the' scale Rs, 1000-50-1500 and a c lerk - Grade I I fo r the Dean, I t v;as further decided that no entortairanent allov/ance may be provided fo r the Dean and i f any further additional staf.f' is required fo r the Dean, th is may be provided by adjustment from the ex is tin g s ta f f of the U n iversity, The above decision has b.een communi­cated t o ’ the A ligarh Muslim U n iversity. The expendi­ture involved fo r th is w i l l be met from the Block Grant.

23) Banaras Hindu University - Introduction o f M.D. andM..5. Courses, in the College o f Medica l ..Sciences..

The" Commission in th eir meeting held on 29th/30th June. 1960 vide i-tem No,3(9) approved the establishment of- a College o f Medical Scioncos at Banaras Hindu U n iversity, I t had been agreed that -the U niversity may, to start"'w ith, provide fo r M.B.B.S. Course and the question o f in tro ­ducing M,S, and M,D. Courses be taken up when the College was fu lly established. The University has now proposed that in order to a ttrac t b rlllian f'M .B .B .S , graduate^ to jo in the >^osts o f Dem'onstrators, Registrars, House Surgeons and House Physicians and the fa c t that the College is already w e ll established fo r p re -c lin ic a l subjects they may be permitted to introduce M.S, and

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7 -

M.D, Courses IPor' theon^bere ''in the College and the H osp ita l. The U n iversity has assured that no addi­t io n a l .st-aff.j,; equipment op ‘grant .w ill be needed to s ta rt theso nbursdt'yr'.'/The' proposal- o f the Un-iversit has

24) Scheme fo r the u til.isa tlon of the services, o f re t ired .teachers.

Dr. M.L. Sharna^ who had applied ’ fo r assistance under the scheme o f U t ilis a t io n of the services o f r e t ire d teachers fo r w.orking on "Research in the H istory o f Rajasthan" in Rajasthan In s titu te o f

■H istorical"Research5 Jaipur, v/as se lected for-the above award by ’the' Selection Connittee which net on 4th July, 1962* Since th is in s titu te where Dr. Sharna wanted to work v/as not. a f f i l ia t e d to any■ uh'lVdTsity5 enquiries were made with regard to

’status, fa c ilit ie s .. . fo r research and fin an c ia l ... p’os'ltlon,. ' I t ’ was found that the in s titu tion had no . adequate standing. I t v/as, th ere fo re , decided that the av.rard given to Dr. Sharna may be v/ithdra\/n,

•^5) R e -c la ss ifica tion o f the Government Collegesa f f i l i ated to .the Madras U n ivers ity fo r purpose o f financial'^ assistance under the three-year degree course scheme.

On the recommendations o f the Madras 'University-and the State Government o f Madras, the follov/ing four co lleges o f the Madras U n iversity 'have been re -c .la ss ified fo r purpose o f fin an c ia l assistance under. the'three-yea-r

,„de,SP.be course .scheme, V/ith th is r e -c la s s if ic a t io n , the Sommissl'dn-'Vfiii -have to meet an additional l i a b i l i t y o f Rs,2,75,000/- §-50^' of the approved expenditure as per d e ta ils below ;-

Name o f C o llege ’! -C lass ifica tion __________________ X O rig ina l ! Revised

Approved ex'oenditurel Additional O ri.ginair'Revised X_____________

1 , Govt.Arts■ C o lle ge,Madras,

2 , H,HiRaja/s' ;Coiioge.,Pudulcutai3 , Govt,Apts

’ College ,Coimbatore4, Govt,’ ‘Arts ■

College ,Ootacanilnd

b . a . B.A.& B.Sc, NR 75,000 1,50,000 75,000R .25,000 30 ,000 - 5,000

B.A. ■ B.A.& I,S c , NR 75,000 2,75,000 2,00,000R 25,000 40 ,000 15,000

.B .a , B. A.& B.Sc NR 75,000 1,60,000 75,000R 2 5 ,000 • 30,000 5,000

-i * A I.A-.& I , Sc, NR 1,60,000 3,00,000 1,40,000R 3.5. 0Q,.,. ■ __70,.Q00 ■..., 35.,Qg0

26) The C ity Apts,and Commerce C o llege , Ahmedabad - £ssistance'~un'der. three rye ar degree course schem'e,

.On the recommendation o f the .Gujarat U n ivers ity j the C ity Arts and Corar.ier.ee C o llege ,Ahmedabad,has been brought within the purview o f the three-year degree course -scheme. Its c la ­ss ifica tion ,approved expenditure (NR &R) and centra l share o f assistance, estimated on the basis .o f ’ the recemmendations o f the Three-Year Degree Course Sstimates Committee report is given, as uaddr I r ’

Name o f theSiSlle^e..,... .

I C la s s i f i - ! .'Approved X Uontral share, o f assistance @ 50^ l.n n t i ’'6h:''’: aX expondlture^ "I', o f the,.g^pgrov.od. expenditure •

C ity Arts and Commerce C ollege, Ahmedabad,

R.A, 75,000/- 25,000/- 37,500/- 12,500/-■ (p,a., f®r 4 years)

-•The Colnmieslon’ s l i a b i l i t y to 'a s s is t th is co llege comes to F i S . 8 7 , 5 0 0 / - only, ;■

@27) Govt. - Golloge o f Arts"and Science Aurangabad -

New co llege o f .Marathwada University brought under the purview o f the ThrOo-Year Degree

< Course scheme.

.On the rocoramendation. of- Marathwada University and in consultation with the Maharashtra State Government, the Government College o f A.rts and Science, Aurangabad, a f f i l ia t e d to the University o f Marathv/ada, has been brought uhder the purview’ o f the throe-year degree course scheme. Its c la s s ific a t io n -and approved expenditure 'NR' and 'R ' and Central share o f assistance estimated oh the basis o f recommendations o f Three-Year Degree Course Estimate Committee report are given as underj-

Name o f the C la ss ifi- Aouroved Central shareCollege cation. Expenditure o f ‘assistance

of the approvedexpenditure

»

Govt .Cp'llege o f Arts and Science, Aurangabad.

B-oA. & B.'Se.

N.R R

(1,50,000) (30 P

N.R.(75,000)

,000)• 3. e.

R(15,000) p.a, fo r four years.

This w i l l involve an additional expenditure o f Rs. 1,35,000/- to the Commission fo r ass isting this College under the three-year degree course scheme.

28) Position o f Grants under Three-Year Degree Course Scheme - A ligarh Muslim U niversity.

The' A ligarh Muslim University introduced the three-year degree course with e f fe c t from 1958-59. The fo llow ing grants were due to this University for^three- year degree, course schemej ' _ ‘

Non-'re cur ring .Recurring '

Rs. 3 ,0 0 ,0 0 0 / -2,40,000/- (Yor .

four years)'

■■2-. ■ Neh-re cur.ring- grants amounting to* Rs. 2,50,000/-has since been paid to the University on th is ‘ account. The U niversity has reported an expenditure (NR) o f .. Rs.2,62,435,42 nP‘. incurred upto 30.9.1962.

3. -During three years - 1958-.61, the University hasincurred recurring expenditure amounting ’to Rs. 1,31,827.99 np fo r the .appointment o f additional stafY fo r the three year degree course (including general education course) as- per d eta ils given belows

Year

1958-59 '1909-601960-61

Tota l;

Salary etc , including P.F..

Rs. 18,910.55 nP.Rs. 46,641.78 nP.Rs. 66.275.66 nP.Rs. 1 .3 1 .8 2 7 .9 9 ni~:-.

4, . Aga instan expenditure o f Rs. 1,31,'^27.99_ np.vrecurring, grant amounting to Rs. 1,"73,000/- have been released 1 the amount o f Rs. 41,172.01 nP. have been treated as 'on account' recurring grant to be adjusted against the expenditure ■-(to be) incurred during-1961-62. .

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5. The Commission’ has decided that a l l those postswhich have e f fe c t iv e ly been f i l l e d on 31.3.1961 be made permanent with e ffe 'c t from 1.4.1961 and expenditure incurred on these posts from 1.4.1961 might be covered by the provisio: under "Standing Charges" ( i . e . not development). Under the three year degree course scheme (inc lud ing general education), the A ligarh Muslim U n iversity had appointed 3 Readers and 12 Lecturers- (as approved by the Commission e a r l ie r ) and the e n t ir e ■expenditure incurred on these posts was being met from U.G.C. grants under the scheme. Recurring, grants under the scheme are e l ig ib le fo r a period o f -4 years only; the Uni­v e rs ity has u t il iz e d those grants fo r 3 years - 1958-61 - normally grants (R) fo r one year more i . e . , 1961-62 were due to the U n iversity urider the scheme. As a l l these posts have now been made permanent under "Standing Charges", no more recurring grants w i l l be due to th is U n iversity under the three year degree course, scheme. The sum o f Rs-» 41,172.U1 nP. the excess recurring grant released has been treated as ’ on account’ Non-recurring grant to be adjusted against the non­recurring expenditure (to bo) incurred by the U n ivers ity .A sumv.of Rs. 2,91,172.01 nP* CNR) would then have been released to the U n iversity on th is account.

29) Pos ition o f Grants under Throe-Year Degree Course Scheme - Visva-Bharati U n iversity .

The Visva-Bharati - a Central U n iversity was assisted under the three year degree course scheme with e f fe c t from 1959-60. The fo llow ing grants on cent per cent basis were dues

Non-recurringRecurring

Rs. 75,000/-Rs.1,00,000/- ( fo r four years)

2. . . . Non-recurring grant o f Rs. 50,000/- has been released to the U n iversity . The U n ivers ity has incurred an expenditure o f .Rs. 38,792.50 nP. up to ,31.12.1962.

3. . Rocurring grants amounting to Rs. 52,447.36 nP.on the basis o f the expenditure incurred on the appointment o f add itional teaching s ta f f approved by the Commission during the period August 1959 and 'March 1961, have been claimed by the U n ivers ity . An ’ on account' grant (R) o f Rs. 35,000/- has been released to th is U n ivers ity . I t is a Central U n iversity and the en tire expenditure on appoint­ments made on the approved posts has to be borne by the Commission, as such the c e ilin g o f the approved expenditure o f Rs. 25,000/- per annum in case o f th is U n iversity was not in s is ted on and the to ta l expenditure o f Rs. 52,447.36 incurred on th is acGpunt during 1959-61 fo r purposes o f grant under three year degree course scheme was approved. The Commission has already agreed to paying (R) grants on the basis o f accumu­lated expenditure (ra ther than stick ing to the prescribed c e ilin g per year) in case o f Andhra U n iversity vide Commission's resolu tion Addl. Item No. 2 dated: 9th November, 1961 which reads as under:

"The Commission generally agreed to the request o f the Andhra Pradesh Government subject to the condition that any such payment would be within the c e ilin g and covering the normally accepted items. I t was also agreed that the same principle- Gould be applied to any other U n iversity that might apply."

4 , The Commission has decided that a l l those posts whichhave been e f fe c t iv e ly f i l l e d on 31,3.1961 be made permanent with e f fe c t from 1.4,1961 and expenditure incurred on these posts from 1,4,1961 might b'e covered by provision under "Standing Charges"( i . e , not development). Under the three year degree course scheme •the Visva-Bharati was e n tit le d to recurring grants fo r 4 years v iz ,1959-60,1960-61, 1961-62 and 1962-63. But as a l l the approved posts fo r which the U n iversity has been claiming recurring grants have been made permanent under "Standing Charges"

is U n iv e rs i ty under the Won ■■'recurring grants v ; i l l however

- to ­ne more recur r i ng .grant w i l l be th ree -yea r cegree course scheme be r a id _as normal j ' ^30)" Univer s i t y and Constit\-.ent Collo.qos o f t he Osmanla

Un iv e r s i t y - one. i n i t fo r 'the nurposes o f Nqn- r e c u r r ing iran t undor the th r ee-vea r degree cou rse .

The M in is t ry o f Education assessed the requirements o f the 11 onGovernment c o l le g e s o f Osmania'Univers I t y and approved in t o r - a l i a an expenditure o f Ps*13.50 lakhs (WR) f o r the intrcductncn o f th ree -yea r degree course scheme in two U n iv e rs i ty and s ix c c is t i tu e n t c o l le g e s o f Osmania U n iv e rs i ty , , The U n ivers iLy was perm itted to cla im Recurring grans under the th ree -y ea r degree, cou se scheme in respec t o f these e5 gh t-c o l le g e s t r e a t in g them as one u n it . This v;as rep orted to the Commis-sion, under Item 2 a t ' t h e i r meeting Vpia o-n ‘•.''p-orbor j 1960o The' Commission confirnie.d. i t .The Osmania U n iv e rs i ty requested that f o r the purpose^of non -recu rring g ia i i a] so these e ig h t c o l le g e s may be t r e a te d as c*.' u n it„ 'This was agreed to .

31) Re,le_asjscheme

L -T >'r>.nts under the th ree -v ea r degree course

In th o ir r e p o r t , the Three-Year Degree Course Estimates Commi' ben have recommended that "the ; C en tra l Government may, hoviever g ive Its. share o f the n on -fecu rr in g expenditure only fo r the improvemont o f c o l l e g ia t e od.ucation on the pa tte rn l a i d down by the Committee, i f the Sta-te Government has incurred arm/ expenditure on-the schemes in antiedipation o f the U n iv e r s i t y ’ s d ec is ion to inbroduce the th ree -y ea r degree course. This share should, however,, be p a id 'o n ly a f t e r the Univer.si-'"y' s d ec is ion is a v a i la b le " , "The Estimates Committee recommended recu rr in g grants f o r a p e r iod o f 4 years onl /- s t a r t in g from the year o f a.ctual in trod u c t ion o f the th ree -y ea r degree course,, 1-ihile making th is recommendation fo r the recu rr in g grants the Estimates Committee, perhaps, f e l t that the appointment o f a d d it io n a l teach ing s t a f f v/as j u s t i f i e d only when the teach ing o f the Is'i. year c la ss under the th ree -yea r degree course scheme was a c tu a l ly s ta r ted by the co3 leges and not e a r l i e r , l , e , i;Lbn p re -u n iv e r s i t y course vras in trod u ced , ' The p r e -u n iv e r s i t y course by i t s e l f w i l l hard ly in vo lv e any a d d it io n a l expenditure on s t a f f s ince the o ld s t a f fl-J -- :h^ in term ed iate c lass w i l l n a tu ra l ly bed iv e r te d fo r the purpose. Recurring grants to some o f •the c o l le g e s o f S , i .V id ya p ee th and U n iv e r s i t ie s o f Andhra, S r i Venkates-v;ara and roona had been r e le a s e d e a r l i e r fo r the year in vrhich thej^ introduced the p -re -un ivers ity cou fse . With a vie-'v to remove th is d is p a r i ty and in the in t e r e s t o f Ih te r -U n i '/ e rs ity and in tra -U n ivers i t y eq u ity 'a n d u n ifo r r r i ty , recu rr in g grants have been a l lo w e d 'to a l l the c o l le g e s o f various U n iv e r s i t ie s from the year o f ac tu a l in trodu ct ion o f the 1st year c lasso f the reformed th ree -yea r degree course. The

grants rGleas-ed e a r l i e r have been t re a te d as

’ on account’ and w i l l be adjusted aga ins t the

re c u rr in g expenditure incurred by them during 4 years s t a r t in g from ' the actua l in trodu ct ion o f th ree -y ea r degree course.

p . t . o .

J2)a f f i l ia t e d to the U n iversity o f Andhra and.. S ri Venkateswar'a - three year degree course-

The Gommission at th e ir meeting held on 9th February, 1961 agreed to release Recurring grants to the seven Government co lleges o f Andhra Pradesh on cumulative basis under the three-year degree course scheme. Later i t was agreed to trea t f iv e Government co lleges o f Andhra U n iversity a? one unit; as also two Government co lleges o f S ri Vonkateswara U niversity as one unit fo r claiming Recurring grants under the scheme.Eight (6 constituent and 2 U n ivers ity ) co lleges o f Osmania Uni­v e rs ity have already been treated as one unit fo r Non-recurring and Recurring grants under the scheme. On the request o f the Andhra Pradesh Government, the f iv e Government co lleges o f Andhra U n iversity and the two Government co lleges o f S ri Venkateswara U n iversity have been treated as one unit each and grants (N.R, & R) released to them on cumulative basis.

33) B ifurcation o f V..P. Mahavidvalava a ffllia ted „tQ .S.V. Vidvaneeth into V.P. Mahavldvalava and N a lin i and Arvlnd Arts College - three year degree course.

The V.P. Mahavidyalaya an a f f i l ia t e d co llege o f theS.V. Vidyapeeth, was brought within the purview o f the three- year degree course with e f fe c t from 1958-59. During 1959, the co llege was b ifurcated in to ( i ) V .?, Mahavidyalaya (Science C ollege) and ( i i ) N a lin i and Arvind Arts College (A rts C o llege ).The b ifu rcation has been recommended by the U n iversity and accepted by the Gommission, On the request o f the S.V. Vidyapeeth, these two co lleges have been treated as one unit fo r the purposes o f non-recurring grant and separate units fo r recurring grants.This has resu lted in an add itiona l l i a b i l i t y o f Rs, 10,000/- per annum to the Commission fo r three years isnaly v iz , 1959-60 to1961-62 as recurring grants fo r 1958-59 have already been paid to the combined V.F, Mahavidyalaya (A rts and Science C o llege ).

34) Establishment o f Non-Resident Students’ Centre

Lady Amrikbhai Daea College

A scheme forwarded by the Lady Amritbhai Daga College fo r the construction o f a non-resident student centre in the Lady Amritbhai Daga College has boon approved fo r implementation. The proposal is estimated to cost Rs. 49,100/- and a grant o f •Rs. 35,000/- Commission's share has been sanctioned,

35) ■ Mount Camel College - Mangalore

The Mount Carmel College proposed to construct a non­resident student centre over an ex istin g block o f building which is being used as class rooms. This necessitated the strengthening o f the foundation o f the e x is t in g block over which the Non-Resident Students' Centre is proposed, ikn estimate fo r Rs, 38,472/- was approved ,fo r th is purpose and a sura o f Ps. 35,000/- was sanctioned to the Mount Carmel College, Mangalore as Commission's share towards the Non-Resident Students' Centro,

36) CQmmitte-e ' on Colleges

The Committee on Colleges appointed by the Chairman met on 18th February 1963. The proceedings o f the meeting are attached fo r information (^Appendix I ) .

37) The seventh mooting o f the Standing A^dvisoryCommittee on General Education was held on the 9th February 1963 at Bombay. The proceedings o f the meeting as approved by the Secretary/Chairraan are enclosed (xuinexure I ) .

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.UNIVSR&I-TY GRA?TTS- CQmil-SSION MATHURA ROTD. HEW DELHI.

-MliraTESi'O-'P T-IiE;/TEI-RD MEST-MG' OR. TH:E'GOmilTTES'GN .iT -^ Oj:.LSGESrEEED ORIi ,3.8‘FEBRUARYG96 ' ') .i’

; ; •■■-'m The •.C.omm'ittee ,,on C-olleESS .irie't'In the’ o ffied ''O f the U n ivers ity Grants Canmission at U ’ 'tum% dn EB.brudi*50jl® ’,‘> 1963, The fo llow in g v;ere present ;

i ; Dr, D,S, Kothari, Chalrraah, U.G.C,2, Shri P.D, Gu^ta, V ice-Chancellor,

Agra U n ivers ity , Agra,3, Miss, E,Matthev;, P rin c ip a l,

Ethirao C ollege fo r Women, Madras,4, Dr, W.V', BhagT /at, P rin c ipa l,

Hol'Car College o f Science, Indore,5, D r , ’J.W. Airan, P rin c ipa l,' Wilson C o llege , Bombay,

6, Shri S.V. Kogekar, P r in c ip a l,Fergusson C o llege , Poona,

7, Swami Lokeshikarananda,' Ramakrishna Mission Residentia l ; C o llege , Wareiidraha'gar, West-Bengal.

8, P ro f, S, Mathal,-Secretary^, 'U, G.C, ^

9A -Dr, P.J. Ph iT ip , " ' ,Develbpinent'Officer (Humanities'),

10, Dr, V.S, Patankar,Development' 0ffiber'(SQ iehca)

'Il,'^:Dr, Ri'C',-'Gupta, Education O ff'icb r ’(CbXle'ges).12, 'Dr, R.D,. Des'hpande, Edubation'C'ffiner (Salary Scales)13. Shri Y.D., Shhma,' As'st't.Educa't'lbri C ffic 'e r . '''’

* The Committee disbussed tbe--note ..on balar'y scales in a f f i l ia t e d co lleges submitted by Bhr‘i--';R. D- Cup-ta, ’V'lce'-- Chancellor, Agra U n ivers ity j and the le t t e r o f P rin c ipa l,D,, S.Subramanyam regarding d i f f ic u l t ie s being experienced by 'the' a f f i l ia t e d co lleges o f Andhra U n iversity in the implementation and maintenance o f the salary scales prescribed by the U n iversity Gr,ants Commission, The fo llow in g points were emphasised 5-

1) There 'is a x ide d isparity between the salary scales in u n ivers ity departments and those ex is tin g in a f f i l ia t e d co lle g es . Hence i t becomes’ d i f f ic u l t

. fo r - a f f i l ia te d co lleges to rec ru it and reta in adequately q u a lified s ta f f .

2 ) No lec tu rer vmrklng in an a f f i l ia t e d college-should rece ive a s ta rtin g ,sa la ry o f less than Rs,-300/-p,m.In the case o f person's w ith 'outstanding q u a lif ic a ­tions doing post-gradiiate. v/ork a higher s tartin g salary may be given in the le c tu re r ’ s grade,

j 3 ) The fo llow in g scales o f pay recommended by theSpecial Committee appointed by the Ccramission to examine the question o f the rev is ion o f sa laries ih cp lleges were approved

Prin c ipa l 'Rs. ^700^40-1100''Senior Lecturer ' Rs, 500-30^800 . Lecturer . . , , , Rs, 300r2Q-600 '

p • t , 0 ,,

I t was recommended that the r r o w r t ibn df in aco llege should not be more than 75 per cent o f the to ta l teaching s ta f f . The Committee noted that the adoption of the above recommendations would involve su itable adjust­ments in the fix a t io n o f sa laries of the /existing s ta ff .

. 4 ) Demonstrators 5 instructors and tutors may beappointed but fo r a period of not more than t.o 2-3 years, on a jun ior scale o f pay. They may in course o f tim.e be absorbed in the profession as lecturers i f found suitably q u a lif ie d ' fo r the purpose,

5) I t may be desirable fo r the Commission t6 negotiate with the State Governments regarding the provision o f the matching share needed fo r upgrading salary scales. I t was noted that private co lleges derive th e ir income mainly from fees which roughly account fo r 30 per cent o f the to ta l expenditure. The rest i , e . about 70 per cent, has to be met from public funds. The income from 'private donations and endow­ments is meagre. The-Committee was of the opinion that assistance from public funds fo r upgrading sa laries should be ava ilab le from one central agency,i . e . the University Grants Canmission. The matching share to be provided bj'- the State Goverimnents should be placed at the disposal o f the Ccmmissien.

6) I t was f e l t that ord in arily grants fo r upgrading sa la ries should be placed at the disposal o f the unlvers.itles fo r disbursement to the co lleges .

The members agreed to furnish th e ir comments on the o f f ic e note■regarding the minimum requirements fo r co lleges conducting various courses o f study in basic subjects.

The proposal fo r converting hobby worhshops into small tralning-cum-production centres was postponed for further Consideration, The members agreed to g ive th e ir comments on the proposal before the next meeting,

•The Committee decided to meet again on 17th A p ril 1963 at 10,30 a,m, in Delhi.

(Annexure I to Item 2(37)

UNB/IHRSITY GRANTS COMISSION

PROCEEDINGS OF THE SEVENTH MEETING OF THE STANDING ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON GENERAL EDUCATION HELD AT BOMBAY QN 'FEBRUARY 9j 1963.

The seventh meeting o f the'Standing Advisory 'Ccmmlttee on General Education o f the U n ivers ity Grants Commission was held at. the Bombay U n iversity on February 9? 1963. The folloxirlng were present ;

Is Shri S. Govindarajulu . . . . ChairmanVice-Chancellor,S ri Venhateswara U n iversity .

'2 , Dr. D.G, Moses, , , , , MemberP r in c ip a l,Hislop C o llege , Nagpur.

3. P ro f. K.S. Murty,. ' , , , , “Head o f the Department o f Phi­losophy, AndJira U n iversity .

4. Shrl'G.D. Parikh, . . . . . "Rector,Bombay U n iv e r s i t y ,

5. Shri Moonis Raza, "Reader in Department o fGeneral Educationj A ligarh Muslim U n ivers ity ,

6. Dr, Hans Simons, "Consultant on General Education,U n iversity Grants Commission,

7. P ro f. K.S, Yajn ik , "Head o f the Department o f General Education, M .S,University o f Baroda

8. Dr. P.J. P h ilip . . . . . . Member-SecretaryUniversitjT- Grants Commission,

■Guests;

1. Shri S.R, Dongerke.ry,V Ic e -Chanc e 11 o r ,Marath^^^ada U n iversity.

2, Dr, G.C. Bannerjee,Head o f the Department o f English,Banbay U n iversity .

Dr, P. Maheshv/ari, Head o f the Department o f Botany, Delhi U n iversity and'Dr, P.K. Kelkar, D irector o f Indian In s titu te o f Technology, Kanpur could not attend the meeting owing to other engagements.

» •’I . , The committee Considered at length the comments made by Dr, Moses and P ro f. Yajnik on the d ra ft ou tline o f the proposed'"Guide Book" which had been circu lated,. In th is comiection the reso lu tion on General Education .passed on the previous day by the In ter-U n lyers ity Board 'and the ' discussions which led to its acceptance v;ere a lso consi­dered. Members did not fu l ly agree on whether to put the

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manor emphasis on improved s y lla b i and methods o f teaching w ithin the ex is tin g curricu la, or on a nev7 type o f course which would widen and integrate the knov/ledge to he imparted t o 'a l l students who seek a bachelor’ s degree. There v/as agreement, however, that a general education approach could make the undergraduate prograiame more relevant in terms o f the students’ in terests 'and th e ir future functions in society regardless o f th e ir p erfo r­mance in examinations. Existing courses could be reorien ted and the lacking elements provided. I t was suggested that a statement in the propo^'jd booklet a.long the lin es o f the text provided by Prin cipa l Moses could reconcile the d iffe ren t views since they concerned p r io r it ie s rather than p rin c ip les .

I t was f e l t that P ro f, Ya jn ik 's proposals fo r the financing o f general education should not form part of the booklet but v;ould have to be' discussed in the l ig h t o f the In ter U n iversity Board’ s r e s o lu t io n ,• Therefore, i t seemed"preferable to await the University Grants Commission’ s response to 'this resolu tion .

I I , Most o f the members o f the'coiranittee wante'd to knowmore about the study programme of professional and technical co lleges b e fo re ‘malting any recommendations concerning the 'introduction of general education courses in s'uch co lleges .I t was decided to. s ta rt with an inquiry into the engineer­ing co lleges and in s titu tes , and to ask the University Grants Commission, to provide the needed information, Mr, Moonis Raza undertook to dra ft a simple questionnaire fo r th is purpose. Depending on the returns, a sub-committee may be appointed to su'bmit concrete recommendations,

I I I , The coramlt'tee was anxious to_ estab lish immediate contactwith the lia is o n people to bo named by th e 'u n ivers ities "as soon as th eir names are knov/n. This may take: the form o f sending them a copy o f the Report on General Education^ of the - firs t is su o 'o f the Journal on C^eneral Education-which w i l l come'out by the middle o f the month or any other ,m ateria l o f in teres t that'may be ava ilab le . The resolu tion o f the In tor-U n iversity Board on General Education may also be brought to th e ir atten tion . The members o f the committee were asked to give further thought to these two points s-

i ) how to activa te the lia is o n with the designated s ta f f member at ea ch -u n ivers ityan d

i i ) how to fo llow up the reso lu tion o f the Inter U n iversity Board in order to g ive i t p ra ctica l e f fe c t .

rv , "Concerning ind ividual app lications, i t v;as noted that the schemes'of Annamalai U n iversity is essen tia lly one o f balanced d is tribu tion , but does not seem to provide fo r a nev; kind o f course in any o f the minors in science or the humanities from which arts students on the other have to o f fe r two choices. The p ro ject may be s ign ifican t prim-arily fo r the combination -of the tv;o minors in one papers, and the exclusion of it s marks from determining the classes. I t would also have to be explained by the u n ivers ity hox\r th is scheme could cause additional expenses.The committee suggested that the U n iversity Gran'fcs Commission ask fo r th is information.

The p ro ject concerning a bibliography was already accepted when the committee approved the memorandum on"'the budget submitted at its 5th meeting where th is item vras included under "committed funds". The estimated cost of

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both 'p ro jects j at Baroda' and-DelM~iJrtirSrsities is Rs.5,000/- (instead o f Rs.3,000/- as mentioned at the'4th meeting-),■ The committee recommended the-approval o f upto Rs.SyOOO/- fo r Baroda and upto Rs,2,000/- fo r Delhi,The la t t e r has not boen able to f in d 'a competent Assistant L ibrarian to be'entrusted with the job . I t was suggested that the members o f the committee may help i f possib le in find ing a competent candidate fo r th is temporary assignment.

I t v;as noted that Banaras Hindu 'Hniversity v;as asking fo r 'a formal decision on it s app^-ication dated December 30, 1960 fo r a grant to develop general education in its constituent co lle g es . The comraitteo did not ye t consider the matter because the Chairman o f the U n iversity Grants Commission had informed the ‘Vice-Chancellor o ra lly that other p ro jects o f the U n iversity should have p r io r ity .In addition , the request o f the u n ivers ity fa r exceeds the lim ited funds on which the committee can make recommenda­tion s , However, the V ice-Chancellor is anxious to improve the general education programme and ready to explore whether something vjorthv/hilo raai'" be done at fa r less expense than suggested in the app lication . The Chairman o f the U n iversity Grants Commission agreed that the matter be talcen up w ithin the lim its imposed by the budget. The committee recommended that the Banaras Hindu U n iversity be asked to submit a new proposal, om itting a l l bu ild ing and s ta f f requirements excep-u a coordinator and his o f f ic e .

The Vice-Chancellor o f A ligarh Muslim U n iversity had informed members o f the committee that he was fu l ly committed to continue general education at his univer­s ity , and that he endorsed the app lication submitted by the coordinator. The Committee thereupon recommended to approve the request (v/hich had already been accepted on it s merits", pending c la r i f ic a t io n o f the o vera ll future plans o f general education at A ligarh U n ive rs ity ),

An app lication from W ilson-College, Bombay fo r support o f" a seminar, upto Ps, 1,000/- fo r t ra v e llin g expenses o f guest speakers v;as recommended fo r approval

.on a w ritten request from the coll.eges (which was received a fte r the m eeting).

The committee welcomed a propoasl by Dr, R.C, Gupta to" work out with A l l India Radio as part o f i t s u n ivers ity

series o f model lectu res on topics l ik eand Present^, ^Contemporary Science' or

others. Since the audience o f such lectures is known to 'b e " lim ited the committee would l ik e hot only to sponsor such a series but also to publish the lectures fo r wide d is tr ibu tion , esp ec ia lly on reading m ateria l fo r general education courses,

V. For the 8th meeting o f the committee several places were suggested, including the Institute/Contre o f Advanced Studies in Simla, and a date around the end o f A p r il was favoured, Howevor. i t was l e f t to Dr, P h ilin to make' the f in a l decision on time and venue in consultation with the Chaiimian,

I tea 3;

UNIVERSITY GRuVT'JB COMMISSION MAIHUIUi BD;ir), NEW DELIH-I

Meeting;*

Date; 3,4,196 3,To receive a statanent o 'jr nts o a i l and ejpaiditure incurred a fte r ihe la s t ra''o-td.ng o f the Commission held on 6 th March 196 3,

A summary o f tlie grants paid and expenditure incurred a fte r the la s t meeting o f ’’irG University Grants Commission held on 6 th March, 196 3 is as fo lio ijs ;-

Sl. Head o f Account Exp aiditure

Section I - Non-Plan Projects,

D.

Block grants to Caitral Universi'li es,

Mainteiance Gran.ts to the Constituoat Colleges o f Delhi University,

8 2, 236,00

4,05,039.00

IDTAL OF N0N-PL.W pRDJSGffi, 4,87,275,00

A.

B.

G,

D.

E,

Section I I - Plan Projects.

Grants to Central and Stato Univer­s it ie s , const!to.ait and a fff.lia ted colleges (Humanities)',

Grants to Gaitral and State Universi t l es fo r Higher S c ie it i f ic Jdduca-'ion .'ind Research,

Grants 'bo Caitral and State Universities fo r Ehgineering and Technology,

Grants to Universities and Colleges fo r Scholarsliips and Travel grants.

Grants to affiliated college!:-' for Specific puiposes.

8,68,621.01

14,11,923,00

9,46,26 3,30

17,61,976.02

69,27,422,19 •

Total o f Plan Projects,

Grand total o f Plan and Non-Plan Projects,

1,19,16,205,52

1,24,03,480.52

A detailed statarent showing the grants paid/sauctioned to Universities/Colleges is enclosed (;^peidixr T ),

kamal

University/ Gollepie

1

1, Banaras Hindu University

2. Delhi

i ) On account grant towards salary o f the add itiona l s ta f f o f tho U n iversity Library.

i i ) Third instalment o f grant towards construction o f building fo r i.G . Arts Department and Psycholo- g ica l Laboratory (approved cost Rs. 11^51,741/- pre­viously paid Rs. r , 505000/-)

On account gra.nt towards the scheme o f study o f non-Persian sources o f Medieval Indian H istory (Approved cost Rs. 40,700 (R + NR) previously paid Rs. 13,138,05 n l . )

Rs. 35,'000 (R)

3. Madras

4. Karnatak C D

( i i )

5. Osmanla

£<, A ligarh Muslim U n iversity

Rs.3,00,000 (NR)

Rs. 5,000 (NR)

Socond instalment o f grant towards tho pur­chase o f Books & Journals fo r tho departments o f Economics and Tamil at Madurai Centre ;nro®osed.-Cast U.G^.G's share 1.33,333/- Previously paid 10,OOO/-

Ps. 3,000 (NR)

On account grant towards the sa la ries o f tho teaching s ta f f fo r the departments o f H is to ry ,, Economics & P o l i t ic s . Grant previously paid Rs. 48,000/-

On account grant towards tho sala.rios o f the teaching s ta f f sanctioned during Third Fivo Year' Plan fo r tho ex istin g Humanitios Departments.

On account grant towards Rs.tho salary o f tho Tagore Professor

On account grant towards the sa la ries o f tho s ta f f appointed under the scheme o f teaching o f South Indian languages.

20 ,.000/-

Rs. 7,600 (R)

Ps* 40,000 (R)

3,000 (R)

Rs. 3,000 (R)

p. t'. o I

7. Lucknow

8 . Mysore

9, Marathwada

10. Visva-Bharati

1 1 . Lnnamalai ( i )

( i i )

( i l l )

( i v )

Second instalment o f grant towards the purchase o f Books/Equipment fo r the various Humanities Depart­ments approved during Second Five Year plan;Approved cost; Rs 2,00,000 U.G.C’ s share at 66|-Bs. l,33,333j Paid previously; Fs. 64,000

On account grant towards Rs.the development achemos o f Rs»the departments o f Commerce and Sociology approved during' Third Five Year plan

On account grant towards the sa laries o f the teaching s ta f f in the departments o f H istory, Ancient Indian Culture & P o l i t ic a l Science approved during Third Five Year Plan.

1 st instalment o f ’ on aepount’ advance grant towards the construction (expansion) o f Press building (L.pp. cost &U.G.C. share Rs. 86,200/-)

’ On account’ grant towards co llec tion o f manuscripts in Sanskrit Department (Approved cost Rs. 20,000/-; U.G.C.Share at 66-§7o Fs. 13,333/- prcviously paid Rs.8,470/-)

’ On account' grant towards Rs, the construction o f Phonetic Laboratory (i».pproVGd cost Rs. 2,62,870. Share o f the Commission, at 66-f/ Rs.l,75j246/- I'roviously paid(Rs. 1,36,000/-)

Rs. 45,000 (NR)

4.000 (R)2.000 (NR)

"r% 6,000 (R + NR)

Rs, 3,000 (R)

Rs. 28,000 (NR)

Rs, 1,000 (NR)

7,000 (NR)

’ On xiccount' grants .towards the construction o f building fo r the department o f Social Sciences (Approved cost;Rs. 1,18,463. Share o f the Commission at 66|- Rs.79,000/- previously paid Rs.5,000/-(NR)

Rs. 5,000 (NR)

'On Account' grant towards Rs. the sa laries of the s ta f f fo r the development o f the Depart­ment o f Humanities during Third Five Year Plan.

8,000 (R)

/

12.^Burdwan ( i ) Socond instalment ofgrant towards tho con-

Rs. 1,20,000 (NR)

13. Baroda

14. Bangalore

15. Rajasthan

16. Kerala

17.■Gujarat

18, Agra

19. Poona

5,000 (R)

30,000 (NR)

struetion o f College o f Humanities (Approvedcost Rs.___ _________ ^Shareo f the CommissionRs,.________________ previously-paid Rs. 1,00,000/-(NR)

( i i ) 'On Account' grant towards Rs. tho sa la ries o f tho s ta f f fo r tho development o f tho departments o f Humanities during the Third F ive Year P lan. I2nd instalment towards theRs. purchase o f Library books and journals (H) out o f tho a llo ca tion o f Rs. 1,50,000/- during the Third Plan period Previous paid Rs. 30,000/-

2nd instalment towards thepurchase o f lib ra ry books Rs. 25,000 (NR)and journals out o f thea llo ca tion o f Rs. 75^000/-made during tho Third Planperiod previously paidRs. 2,500/-

2nd instalment • o f 'on Rs. 20,000 (NR)account' grant towards thoconstruction o f Pressbuild ing (Approved costRs. 90,317/- Commission'sshare Rs. 40,000/-Grant paid previouslyRs. 16,000/-)

1st instalment of 'on Rs. 15,000 (NR)account' grant towards the purchase o f Press machinery (i»pprovod cost Rs. 1,21,000/- U.G.C. Share Rs, 80,667/-i

2,700/- (NR)

1st instalment o f 'on Rs. 4,500/- (NR)account' grant towards tho scheme o f c o lle c t io n , preservation and u t i l is a t ­ion o f manusci’ip.ts (Approved cost and U.G.C. Share Rs. 16,200/-)

Towards the development o f Rs.MSS Section o'f In s titu te o f Hindi Studies and L ingu istics (Approved cost & U.G.C. share Rs. 2,700/-)

1st instalment o f 'on accoimtgrant towards the scheme o f Rs. 7,000 (NR)c o lle c t io n , preservationand u t i l is a t io n o f MSS.(Approvedcost and U.G.C. share Rs.16,200/-)

34

20.

21

'indian In s tit iie o f Science, Bangalore.

Visva-Bharati

22. Vikram U niversity

4th instalment o f ' on .account Grant' on the construction .of Library building (Approved c6st o f Univ.ersity Grants Commission share Rs.12,02,300/--grant paid previously Rs.4,00,000/-

' On account' grant (1st Ins alment) fo r the publicaion o f research Work. Tota l cost o f the publication work and share o f U n iversity Grants Commission is Rs.,8,000/-

' On account' grant '"ist ins talm ent) f.Qrotte..pub- lic a t io n o f research

50,000/ - (A r )

1,000(N.R.)

works Commission's share a.i 50^ (approximately)R5.6 , 500/- 3,000/-

23. Allahabpd On account grant fo r the purchase o f sacred Books o f east series o r ig in a lly edited by P ro f. P. Max Muller 153.00

24. Madras -do- 459/-

2 5 . Roofkee -do- 51/00

26. Vikram -do- 340/00

2 7 . Utkal -do- 85.00

28. Rihar -do- 51 .00

29. , Jadavpur •-do- 34.00

30. Saugar -do- 170.00

31 . LucknQw -do- 102.00

32 . Marathwada -do- 221.00

33. S .N.D.T. ■■ -do- 68.00

54. Panjab. i . I I instalment o f grant to -wards the construction o f build ing for Law Department

Approved coat and share o f the Commission Rs.3 > 11,200(NR)Grant previous paid Rs.1,00,000.(NR.) 33,000.00 "

Contd. . . .

54 Pan nabConxinued

55 Osman ia

56. Poona 1.

I X

X I X

5

4,900.00(- r )

i i Ilnstalment o f grant towardsthe purchase o f furn iture fo r 20,D00,00(I?R)

•the- bu ild ing. Approvedcost and share o f the Commiss­ion Rs.51,000.00 ( n r .)

On account recurring grant 5,000.00( R)towards the share o f Socio Icononic Research Unit

'On account recurring grant' towards the Lcheme of v is it in g Professor in English

'On account' recurring grant tovj-ards the department o f 85,000.00(R‘ )Ancient H istory and Archaeolo­gy-

11 instalment o f grant to ­wards the purchase o f equip­ment fo r the department o f Ancient H istory -nd Archaeology. Approved cost and share o f the Commission Rs.60,000 (NR).Grants previously paid Rs. 50,000.00(N.R.) 6,600.00(NR).

X V .

V.

vx

57. Annamalai

58. Bihar

59 Gauhati X .

'On accoun ' recurring grant towards, the depart­ment o f Hindi

'On account' recurring grant towards the four RoS earch'8 ect ions o f the Gokhale In s t itu te o f P o l it ic s and Economics,

'On accbunt' grant towards the scheme o f D ia lect Study o f Marathai

\'On account' recurring grant for ' add itiona l s t a f f appointed in the variou? 'Science Departments -under the I I I Plan Scheme (1962- 1965).

For Purchase o f Library books and Journals on a l l Science Subjects - being the 1st instalment grant the to ta l basic Books grant o f Rs. 1 lakh sanction­ed fo r 7hird Plan Period.

'On account' recurring grant fo r add itional s t a f f appoint­ed in the various Science Departments under the I I 'F ive Year Plan ocheme (1962-65)

15,000,00(;.;'R)

70,000.00(,'R)

4,000.00(..R)

5,526.00(NR)

20,000.00(NR)

57,857.00(NR)

Contd.. .

6

4C. GauhatiUrxivers ityContinued

11

41. GorakhpurUniv'^rsity

11

42. Gujarat liniv ^rsity

a

h

Por purchse o f S c io n t if ic equipment fo r the various

■Ocien'ce Departments -- being the 2nd instalmentfrom the to ta l pment grant o f sanctioned for period

basic equi- Rs. 5 lakh I I I Plan

40,000.00

Towards construction o f building for the De­partment o f Botany - being the f i r s t instalment from the to ta l grant o f Rs, 87,546.00 sanctioned fo r the purpose during second P ive Year Plan

For purchase o f Furniture fo r Physics and Mathamatics Block - being the 1st in s ta l­ment from the to ta l grant o f Rs.' 34,5GO/- sanctioned fo r I I Five Year Plan

For,Purchase o f belent i f i c equipment fo r the various Science Departments - being the f i r s t instalment from the to ta l basic grant o f Rs. 5 . 2 5 lakh sanction'ed . durin:^ I IT P lrii PerioeV;

40, 000.00

50 ,000.00

65,000.00

Towards construction o f building fo r the Depart­ments o f Physics, Mathamatics,Botany and Chemistry -being the 5th instalmentfrom to ta l grant o f Rs. 8,90,666/-sanctioned fo r the purposeduring I I F ive Year Plan. 1,68,000.00

For purchase o f S c ie n t if ic equipment fo r the Department o f Physics - being the 2nd instalment from the .. .grant o f Rs. 1 lakh sanctioned fo r the purpose during I I I Plan Period. 2 5 ,000.00

For purchase o f Library books and Journals on a l l Science subjects being the second instalment from the to ta l basic Books grant o f Rs. 1 lakh sanctioned fo r I I I Plan period 20,000.00

Contd.. . .

^ Marat hwada U n iversity

7(

For purchase o f Library Books and Jour­nals on a l l Science Sub­jects - being the 3rd in ­stallment from the to ta l basic Books grant of Rs.1 lakh sanctioned during I I I Plan P iriod 15,000.00.

i4. VikramU niversity

a.

b.

c .

45* UTKALU niversity

4(31 KamatakU niversity

1.

11 ,

For purchase o f S c ien ti­f i c equipment fo r the Department o f Botany - being the. .third and la s t instalment from the to ta l grant .of Rs.50,000/- sanctioned fo r the purpose during I I F ive Year Ehn 5,000.00

For purchase o f lib ra ry books and Journals fo r the departments o f Physics,Mathematics and S ta t is t ic sand (Chemistry - being thefourth instalment from theto ta l grant o f Rs, 1 ,20,000/-sanctioned fo r the purposeduring I I F ive Year Plan 20,000.00

Towai'ds construction o f build ing fo r the Dex>art- ments o f Phycids, Mathematics and s ta t is t ic s - being the •2nd instalment from the to ta l grant o f Rs,2,34,667/- sanctioned fo r the purpose during I I F ive Year Elan 75,000.00

For,purchase o f S c ien ti­f i c e equipment fo r the Department o f Zoology - being

, 1st instalment from tlfe to ta l basic grant o f Rs,80,000/- sanctioned fo r the purpose during I I I F ive Year Plan, 10,000*00

For the purchase o f equipment fo r the Central Workshop, being the second instalDient against the grant o f Rs.50,000/ sanctioned fo r the purpose The f i r s t instalment o f Rs. 10,000/- has been paid dur­ing th is year. 10,000.00

For the purchase o f L ibrary Books and Jour­nals on cience Subjects, being the second in s ta l­ment aga in st'th e grant o f Rs. 1 ,00, 000.00 sanction-20,000.00 ed fo r th-e purpose. The f i r s t instalment o f Rs.50,000.00 was paid during 1961-62

H/-

University

8

i . For the purchase ofscientific equipment for the various Science Departments, as detailed below: -

HaDe

me of the partment

Amount

1 . Physics' 15,000

2 . Chemistry 23,000

3. Bio-Chemistry 15,000

4. Botany 10,000

5. , Zoology 15,000

6. Anthropology 15,000

IX,

/ and a ir-cond ition ing o f the Animal House

48. MadrasUniversity

This is the firs t instal­ment against the total grant of Rs.7,25,000/- sanctioned for the pur-‘ pose. 9[?,000,00-

Por the construction of building for the Deptt., of Bio-Ohemistry and Ani- mr.l House,/being the '2nd instalm,ent against the grant of Rs. 1,00,000.00 sanctioned for the purpose The f irs t instalment of Rs.40,000/- vras paid dur­ing 1 961-62 . 30,000.00

For the purchase of Science- t i f ic equipment fo r the Deptt., of Physics at Madurai Centre, being the tliird instalment against the grant of Rs.86,666/- sanctionedfor the purpose. The ifirs t two instalmentsof Rs.70,000.00 werepaid during 1938-39 and1962-63 10,000.00

49.

50,

MysoreUniversity

Panjab, University

'On account' grant towards the salary of s ta ff appoint­ed in the S tatis t i c£

Departments of .and Geography 1,980.00

i. For the purchase of scientific equipment for the Deptt., of Zoology, being the 2nd instalmenVagainst the grant of Rs. 1,00,000.00 sanctioned for the purpose The Is.t. instalment of Rs. 20,000/- was paid during 1961-62. 20 ,000.00

Contd. . .0

Pan jab U n iversity i i .vG ont inn ed

111,

iv .

V .

20,000.00

9 “■'

For the purchase o f S c ie n t if ic equipment fo r the Department o f Geology, being the second in s ta l­ment against the grant o f Es.1,00,000 sanctioned fo r the purpose.* The f i r s t instalment o f Es,40,000/- was paid during 1961-62.

Por the purchase o f oc- ie n t i f ic equipment fcr the Department o f Physics, being the second in s ta l­ment against the grant o f Es. 1 ,50,000.00 sanction­ed fo r the purpose. The f i r s t instalment o f Es.50, 000.00 has been paid during th is year.

For the construction o f Botany laboratory building, being the th ird and the la s t infelment against the grant o f Rs.4,02 ,953/- sanctioned fo r the p\irpose The f i r s t two instalments o f Rs.4 ,00, 000/- were paid during 1958-59 and 1960-61

Por the cons ruction o f Zoo- l a ^ Laboratory building, being the th ird and the la s t instalment a,- ainst the grant o f Rs.4 , 00, 827/- sanctioned fo r the purpose. The f i r s t two instalments o f Rs.4,00,000/- were paid during 1958-59 and 827.00 1960-61.

30, 000.00

2 , 953.00

v i . For a ir-cond ition in g three research rooms in the Physics Laboratory bu ild ing, being the second instalment against the grant o f Es.26,105/- sanctioned

■ fo r the purpose. The f i r s t instalment o f Es.15,000/- has

•been paid during th is year. 10,000.00

v i i . For the construction o f ■building fo r Gas House, being the th ird instalment against the grant o f Es.1,12,839/- sanctioned fo r the purpose. The f i r s ttwo instalments o f Es..95,000/- were paid during 1958-59 and1961-62 15,000.00

Oontd.. . .

51* Rajasthan U niversity

52* SaugarU niversity

1.

11

os>For the purchase o f Scien­t i f i c 'iqUipment fo r the D e .ft . , o f Geology, being th . f i r s t instalmient again­st the grant o f Rs.2,00,000,00 sanc'-iontd for the pur­pose.

'On account' grant tho f ie ld tra in ingGeology S ta ff fo r 1961-62

and

towardso ftudents

For the purchase o f s c ien ti­f i c equipment fo r the Deptt. o f Anthropology, being the f i r s t instalment against the grant o f Rs.SSjOOO/- sanctioned fo r the purpose.

50,000.00

5,000.00

10,000-00

53, S r i Venk.ateswara i . U n iversity_______ '

11,

For the consruction o f Physical and Natural >jcience Blocks, being the th ird instalment against the grant o f Rs. 10,17,535/“ sanctioned for the purpose. The f i r s t two instalm m ts-o f Rs. 6 ,50,000/- were paid during 1959-60 and 1962-65

For the purchase o f Scien­t i f i c equipment fo r the various Science Departments, as deta iled below;-

75,000.00

Name o f the Department. Amount

1.

i i .

i i i .

iv ,

V .

s ic s .

Chemistry

Botany

Zoology

Geology

75.000. 00

60.000. 00

75,000.00

60,000.00

1,10,000.00 5,80,000

.54* Sardar Vallabhbhai Vldyapeeth.________

This is the f i r s t in s ta l ment against the to ta l grant o f Rs. 10,61 , 570.00 sanctioned fo r the purpose

For the purchase o f Scien­t i f i c equipmi3nt fo r the Deptt. o f Physics, being the f i r s t instalment against the grant o f Rs.1,25,000/ — Sfuictioned fo r the purpose. The amount o f Rs.2 5,OOo/- has been paid by the adjust­ment . 25,000.00

C ont d. . . ,

59t=

56.

Vallabh’bhai VMyapeeth Gontinued ‘

^ ,N .D .T . Women's U n iversity , :^ombay,___________

11

i i . For the constructionbuild ing fo r the Central Workshop, being the second

, instalment against the grant o f ^^.45,313/- sanc­tioned for the purpose.

‘ The f i r s t instalment o f jRs.40,000/- was paid dur-

ing 1960-61 4,000.00

For the purchase of.Library Books & Journals on ocience Subjects, be­ing the Second instalment against the grant o f Hs.90,000/- sanctioned fo r the purpose. The f i r s t instalment o f Rs.2,000/- was paid during 1961-62 5,000.00

56i B.R. College, Agra.________

I I instalment o f 'on acco^n ' payment out o f Rs,5 2 ,000/- sanctioned dur­ing 2nd Plan period fo r the construction of post graduate laboratory build ing o f' Zoology. 5,000^00

•57. Smt. V.H.D. Central In s t itu te o f Home - Science, Bangalore.

58* S t; Joseph's College, T iru ch irapa lli

59, B.D. College, Ahmedabad

6 0 . y.S . Pa te l College, o f Arts & Science B llim pria .

1st instalment o f 'on account'payment out o f Rs.75,000/-sanctioned by the Commissionfo r the development o f itspost graduate departmentof Home-Science duringI I I Plan per_od. 15,000,00

1st instalment o f ’ on account' payment out o f Rs,1 ,00,000 .00 sanctioned by the Commission fo rthe development o f it s ......post-graduate departmentso f Physics and Chemistryd'uring I I I Plan Period 10,000.00

1st instalment o f '-On account'payment out' o f Rs.55,000/-sandtid^pd,'^3y the Commissionfo r the ’ development o f i t spost-graduate department o fHo.me-science during I I I Planperiod. 15,000.00

1st in.'.talment o f 'On account'payment out o f Rs. 10,000.00sanctioned by the Commissionfo r the development o f i t s 'post-graduate department o fs a t is f ie s during I I I Plan' 'period. 6,000,00

Cond,

Slis D.A.V. College, Muzaffarnagar.

- I Z .

M instalment of 'On account' payment ,out of Rs Rs. 2 ,2 5 ,000/- sanctioned by the Commission for the development of its post-graduate departments of Physic^., Chemistry, Mathematics and Zoology during Ill'-P lan period 2 5 , 000.00

- . N.K.r. Science52, Arts College,

Buisar.

1st instalment of ' On account' payment out of Rs.7 5 , 000/- sanctionedby the;/development of ^ Commission ,fo r the its post-graduate depart- 'ment of che istry dur­ing I I I Plan Period 2 5,000.00

Bareilly College, Bareilly.________

1st Instalment of 'On account' payment out of ' Rs.l0,000/- Sanctioned by the Commission for the development of its post-graduate department of Mathematics during I I I Plan Period 5,000.00

64. Barahsani College., Aligarh.____________

65. D.S. College Ali,‘ arh.

66. Banaras

1st instalment of 'On account payment out of Rs.50,000.00^for the devebp- ment of its post-graduate department of Geography during I I I Plan Period.

/ sanctioned by the Commission

17,000.00

1st and Ilnd instalm.ent of 'On account' payfaent out of Rs.5 9 , 500/- Sanctioned by the Commission for the development of its post- gr^aduate departments of chemistry and Mathematics during I I I Plan period.

tbiKurda staff and neintot-inco for the xmprovement of the Deptt. of ninipg and Metallury during 1962-63 against the ceiling grant of Rs.61,400,00 approved p.a. for the scheme.

55,000.00

19,'885.00

i i . For s ta ff and maintenanceof the Deptt. of Mining and Metallurgy under the Scheme relating to raising the Standards of training at the Deptt, during 1962-63 against the ceiling grant of Rs.61,400,00 approved p.a. for thescheme. 22,632.00

BannrasContinued.

1X1

CALCUTTA

68 . Jadavpui

Rs

tra in in g fadiliti'-^s at the co llege o f Engineering during 1962-63 against the c e il in g grant o f Rs.1.25 lakhs approved p.a. fo r the scheme o

Towards s t a f f and main­tenance fo r --he comorsion o f the Deptts. o f Applied Physics, Applied Chemistry and Radio Physics and E lectronics being the add itional "grant fo r 1960-61 to 1962-63 against the c e il in g grant of .1.53 lakhs approved p.a, fo r the scheme.

41,000,00

schemes

50,000.00

Towards the purchase o f Library books and Qournals fo r the Faculty o f Engineering and Technolo­gy o f the U n iversity dur-. ing the I I I F .Y .P . period ' being tho 1st instalment out o f the to ta l grant, o f Rs.1 iakh sanctioned fo r the purpose. 50, 000.00

05 . Indian In s t itu te 'o f Science, Bangalore

Mysore

Being the recurring grant fo r s t a f f and maintenance and to meet the ’expendi­ture on junior i'el'lowships fo r the development schemes approved as per recommenda­tions o f the A l l India Coun­c i l fo r Technical Education, during 1962-63

Being the adhoc grant gor the purchase o f L ibrary books and journals fo r the co lle g e o f Engineering Bangalore to meet the immediate requirements o f the u n ivers ity during the 3rd F ive Year Plan period .

4 ,45,000.00

20,000,00

71 . Nagpur i . Being the amount o f arrears fo r the period 1.10.1961 to 28.2.1963 duo to Shri K.N.

- In g le the Laboratory Attendant under the research scheme ' Reaction Kinetics , U lectroljBis Fu e ls ' at t he naxminarayan In s titu te o f Technology, Nagpur. This is duo to the rev is ion in the sca le o f pay o f the Laiii Attendant fromRs.35-60 tc, Rs.40-65 w .e .f .1.10.1^61. n

85.00

ontd. , ,

-I4i.

Fagpur University Continued i i . Being the adiioc grant

fo r the purchase of lib ra ry books & Journals in the Faculty o f Ungg. & Technology, to meet the immediate requirements o the University during the I I I Fivp Y^ar Plan p-oriod.

A

20,000.00

1% Osmania University T owards • award- ‘ o f Jinaior Fellowships o f Rs.250/- p.m. each, to the st\idents o f Post-graduate course in Mechanical Technology . during 1962-63 13,798.39

•t?. Patna U n iv-rs ity Being the 1st instalment out o f the ad-hoc grant o f Rs.20 , 000/- sanctioned fo r the purpose o f meet- in; the immediace requirements o f the University fo r the purchase o f Library books and journals during the Third F ive Year Plan period . 10,000.00

% , RoorkeeU n iversity

I . Being the amount o fJunior Fellowships o f the value o f Rs.230/- p.m. each awarded to the stu­dents o f post g ■'-aduat 8 course in Applied Thermodyr®«?j.cs (Machine Design Section) during 1962-63 29,895.17

i i . Being the amount o f junior Fellowship o f the Value o f Rs.250/- p.m. awarded to S r i A--.P.Dalvi Post-graduate student o f Structural Ungineoring during 1962-63 2,967.74

i i i Tovrards the recurring grant fo r 196 "' -62 s\nd 1962-63 fo r s ta f f and maintenance under the scheme for the conver­sion o f the two years Diploma Course in Engin­eering into a Three Years Diploma Course against the c e ilin g grant o f Rs.20 . 525 . p.a . 24 , 500.00

C o n t d . .

! > I- >

?5» SaugarUni va rs ity

7^'. S r i Venkateswara ■ U n ivers ity

.-15

Being the amount o f Junior, Fellowships o f the value o f Rsj250/-. pim. each awarded to the students o f Post-Gra­duate Course in Pharmacy dur­ing 1961-62 and 1962-63

Being the ad-hoc grant sanctioned fd r the purpose of. meeting the immediate 'requirements o'f the Uni­v e rs ity fo r the purchase o f L ibrary Books and journals during the th ifd f iv e year plan peridd.

26,500.00

20,000^.00

77,

>

78.

Ut'kalUniv e rs ity

Indian School o f In ternational Studies

Being the 8th instalment out o f the equipment, grant o f Rs* 9,61,334/- sanctioned fo r the establishment o f the co llege o f Ungineering Buria. A .grant amounting to Rs.7,70,877/*- has been paid e a r lie r to the Uni­v e rs ity on th is account

4th instalment o f 'on account' mafnt enanc e grant fo r 1962-63

1,50,000.00

82, 236.00

79 . Delhi College D e lh i.

80. Deshbandhu C oll eg' (Day .Class es) . D elh i.______________

8 1 Dyal SinghC ollege (Day C la sses ).

8 2. Hans. Ra j- College

Towards 3rd instalment o f maintenance'grant fo r1962-63

Towards 4th instalment o f maintenance grant fo r1962-63

Towards 3rd instalment o f maintenance grant fo r1962-63

-do-

80 , 600.00

30. 000. 00

45.000. 00

40,000^00

83. Lady Shri Ram College f o r Women

84. Ramjaa College

Towards 3rd and 4th instalment o f ma in t enanc e grant fo r 1962-63

Towards 3rd in s ta l­ment o f naintenance grant fo r 1962-63

70 .000. 00

60.000. 00

8 ,5. S r i Venkateswara C ollege,________

Towards 3rd instalment o f maintenance g_‘antfor 1962-63 3 0 , 0 0 0 .0 0

r

("Evening Classes, ment o f maint on;anco grant fo r 1962-63 15,000.0J

86. Lady Irwin C o llege .

Towards balance o f maintenance grant fo r 1960-61 20,039.00

87. S .D . College

88. Sanalian -Dharam College

Towards th ird in s ta l­ment o f maintenanoe grant for1962-63

For purchase o f Library Books

15,000.00

1,377.00

89. S r i ■’''enketeswara C ollege.

91 . Lady Irwin College

92,. Hans Raj College.

For purchase o f Wat- r Cooler.

90. Deshbandhu College i. For purchase o f S c ie n t if ic Equip­ment fo r Botany and Zoology.

11 Porthe purchas Library Books.

o f

For theccbnstruction o f o f M.Sc. Block and pur­chase o f fu rn iture and equipment

For purchase o f water co o le r .

1.883.00

14,900.00

2.500.00

16,000.00

2.285.00

93. Banaras Hindu University

94. BaparasUniversity

95. Burdwah

Payment o f arrears o f pay OH account o f

rev is ion of'.Salary Scales o f Non-academic s ta f f from 1 .7.1959 -.to 31 .3.1961

I I instalment' o f ' on account' grant towards the c construction o f hostel fo r Ungine'^ring students (Grant previously paid Rs. 1,00,000.00)

i . I v instalment o f 'on account' grant towards the construction o f Women's Hostel (Grant pr'^viously paid Rs.2,45,000.00) .

i i . I l l instalment o f 'Onaccount grant towards the construction o f mens hostel (Grant previously paid as 1.,4Q,000.00) •

8,53,867.10 np.

50,000.00

20,000.00

Contd...

17 -

96. Gauhati i . i v insta lm ent o f gran t towards th e con stru c tion o f

,R.C.G. H os te ls (Grantp re v io u s ly pa id Rs. 00 ,000,00) 60,000.00

97. K era la

98, Annamalai

99. PatnaU n iv e rs ity

i i . I insta lm ent o f on acc­ount grant towards th e con- s t im c tion o f Assam Type Host e l s . 5 0 ,000.00

IV insta lm ent o f 'On accou­n t ' grant towards th e con- st-nuction o f women's h o s te l (Grant paid p re v io u s ly Rs.1 ,80 ,000.00 ) 70,000.00

IV insta lm ent o f 'on a,ccount'grant towards th e con stru c tiono f h o s te l b lock fp r Antsand S c ien ce S tuden ts. (GrantpreA'-iously paid Rs.2, 50p00.00|- 1,00,000.00

I insta lm ent o f 'on account'grant towards th e c o n s tru c tio no f 3rd s to re y o f the Women'.-shoste l,. 35,000.00

1 00. Jammu & Kashmir

1 0l Saugar ■U n iv e rs ity

102 PanjabU n iv e rs ity

I I I insta lm ent o f 'on account' gran t towards the con stru c tion o f women's h o s te l (g ran tp re v io u s ly paid Rs. 1 ,00, OOO-.OO) 50,000.00

F ir s t insta lm ent o f 'On account' grant towards

/ o f the pu rchase/ fu rn itu re f o r men's h o s te l I I

P in a l insta lm ent of grant towards the consl?3ruction o f s t a f f quarters (Grant previou:-i^ paid Rs.4,75 ,000/-)

10,000’. 00

2 5 ,000.00

1 0 3 , BurdwanU n iv e rs ity

1 0 4 . AndhraU n iv e rs ity

IO 5 . SaugdrU n iv e rs ity

I I I insta lm ent o f 'on account' gran t towarda the con stru c tion o f s t a f f quarters (Grant p re v io u s ly paid Rs.4,0 0 ,0 0 0 , 0 0 )

IV insta lm ent o f ' on account' grant towards t the con stru c tion o f s t a f f quarters (Grant p re v io u s ly paid Rs. 2 lakh s )

I I I insta lm ent o f 'on account grant towards th e con stru c tion o f s t a f f quaxfcors ( Grant p re v io u s ly paid Rs.1 ,75,000 .00)

2 5,000.00

10,000.00

50 ,000.00

Contd..,

106 D elh iU n iv e rs ity

107. GujaratU n iv e rs ity

108. BarodaU n iv e rs ity

109. C alcu ttaU n iv e rs ity

110 S .V. Vidya- peeth

111^ GujaratU nivers i t y

I l l insta lm ent o f 'on account' grant towards

’ the cons-ru ction o f ,4 'B ' typ e and 12 'C typ e quarters (g ran t p re­v io u s ly paid Rs. 1 , 5 0 , 0 0 0 )

I I I instalm ent o f 'on accoun ' grant towards the constru ction o f s t a f f quar­ters (g ran t p re v io u s ly paid

Rs. 515,000.00)

B ina l fns;^alment o f grant towards the con stru ction o f s t a f f qu a rte rs . Grant p re v io u s ly paid Rs.2,00,000.00

IV instalm ent o f grant towards the establishm ent o f h sa lt h c ent r e ( Grant p re v io u s ly paid Rs. 50,000)

'On accoun ' grant towards the purchase equipment fo r h ea lth cen tre .

IV instalm ent o f 'On, account' grant towards the establishm ent o f health cen tre (Grant p re v iou s ly paid Rs.90,000.00) '

18

1 , 5 0 ,0 0 0 . 0 0(N.R.)

80,090.00(N . R.)

2,100.00-(N .R .)

10,000.00(N .R .)

5,000.00,(N .R .)

5,000.00 ■(N .R . )

112 BanarasHindu U n iver­s i t y

I I insta lm ent o f 'On. ac count' grant t owards the con stru ction o f guest house. (Grant p re v iou s ly paid Rs. 1 , 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0 ) 2 5 ,000.00

1 1 5 A ligarh-M uslim U n iv e rs ity

a . Construetibn and improvement o f

■Roads .

b. Maintenance o f the in s t i tu t e o f ophthal­m ology fo r the year1962-63

1 , 5 0 , 0 0 0 .0 0 .,.

53,000.00 (Payment- made by'

adjustment)

1 1 4 . Banaras Hindu U n ive rs ity

a . R e -ro o fin g and re -m od e llin g o f ■ Amphitheatre

b. Towards improvement •of P lay-grounds

c. C onstruction o f Swimming P o o l.

d. Construction of. c y c le - shejda fo r U n iv e rs ity C o lle g e s .

10,000.00

20,000.00

35,000,00

C ont d ,

i - 19-.

1 1 5 .Vi-Sva-Bharati a . .Repayment' o f LoanU n iv e rs ity f o r th e constructiD n

o f s t a f f quarters 6,016.70

1fo r 1962-65.

116. A llahabad C onstruction o fU n iv e rs ity Uandhi Bhawan 15,000.00

117. Karnatak -d o - 20,000.00U n iv e rs ity

118. D elh i fr a v e 'l gran t toU n iv e rs ity Dr, li.C . Gaur 1,908.00

I 'O :

l l S ^ S r i Vehtcatesv/ara R ev is io n o f sa la ry sca les■■ o f c o lle g e teach ers .I I P lan .

20,939.00

119. Gauhati -do- 412.25

120. Gujarat -do- 3,834,69

121. Jabalpur -do- 10,806.25

122. Osmania -do- 33,578.23

123. Osmania R ev is io n o f sa la ry sca les o f u n iv e rs ity teachers under the I I P lan p e r iod 834.43

124. Mysore -do- 1 ,65,301.78

125. Baroda -do- 44,936.71

126. Marathwada R ev is io n of sa la ry sca les o f teach ers in Governmentc o lle g e s during the year 1962-63. 3,680.00

127. Andhra R ev is io n o f sa la ry sca les o f c o lle g e teach ers fo r 1961-62. 3,046.46

128. Poona -do- 1,483.29

129. Karnatak R ev is ion o f sa la ry sca les fo r c o l le g e tea ch ers -T h ird F iv e Year P lan 849.31

130. Panjab R ev is io n o f sa la ry sca les o f c o l le g e teach ers fo r 1962-63. 44,900.00

I3 l . Madras R ev is io n o f sa la ry sca les o f u n iv e rs ity teachers fo r 1962-63. 3>,00,000.00

132. Panjab -do- 45,918.02

133. Roorkee. -do-\

5,576.00

134. S r i Venkateswara -do- 60,000.00

135. Roorkee Siammer In s t i tu t e f o r Earth­quake E ngineering and Engineering design . 25,000.00

TOWARDS THii AWARD OF SENIOR RESEARCH FEDLOWSHIPS IN SCIENCE OF THE VALDE OF Rs.500/- P.M. D\xr±ng 1962-63.

Name of th e D n ive rs ity/ C o l le g e ._________________

136. A llahabad

137. M o t i la l Rtegional Engg, C o lle g e , A llahabad.

P e r iod

1962-63

Amount.

-do-

2.500.00

1.500.00

C on td .. .

Aligarh

Allahabad

138.

139.

140. Andhra

141.

142.

143.

144.

145.

146.

147.

148.

Annamalai

C a lcu tta

D elh i.

I . A .R . I .

Lucknow

Madras

Osmania

Panjab

149. Poona

150. S r i Veiikateswara

151.

- 2 1 .

TOMM^DS THE.AWARD OF JUNIOR REoEaRCH FELLOWSHIPS IN SCIENCE OF THE VALUE OF Rs.500/- P.M. DURING I962w63»

In d ian I r is t t . o f S c ien ce, Bangalore.

152.

153.

Banaras

Madras

y154. In d ia n In s t t . o f

Science', Bangalore

1962.^63

-do-

-do-

-do-

” do-

-do-

-do-

-do-

-do-

-do-

-do-

-do-

- do-

3100.00(Rs. 1840/-Adjusted)

4180.323by adjustm ent.

4521.94(Rs. 853, 33np.adjusted)

5633.23

6202.90

2200.00

1861.29 by adjustment

2280.00 •, (Rs. 853.33 np adj.-,);,

4452.90(Rs. 1541.94 np adj . )

2200.00

8541.94(Rs. 3555. 80 nP. a d j . )

2654.84(Rs.400/- a d j,. ) . ■'

2280.00(Rs. 853.33 np a d j . )

towards the RENEWAL OF JUNIOR RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS IN SCIENCE OF THE VALUE OF Rs.300/- P.M. DURING 1962-63 AWARDED DURING 1959-60.

1962-63 1500,00 ■

TO-WARDS THE RENEWAL CF JUNIOR RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS IN SaENOE OF THE ViULUE OF Rs. 300/-P.M. DURING 1962-63 ^WARDED DURING 1961-62.

1962-63

-db-

i b o o . o o '(Rs . 2 6 5 .1 5 a d ju s te d )

3044 .70(Rs . 94 .76 np a d ju s te d )

towards the award of RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS IN ENGG. & TECH. OF THE Value of Rs.400/- P.M. DURING 1962-63.

1962-63 3864 .51(Rs . 1 9 3 5 .4 8 iqp a d j . )

155. Baroda

156. Madras

157. Madras

158. Delhi

159. Indian School of International Studies, New Delhi

160. Patna Dniversity

161. Calcutta

163. Indian School of International Studies, New Delhi,

163. Meerut College, Meerut.

Name of the Unjversit-y

164. M.S Barodat

165. 0adavpur

166. Lucknow

167. Rajasthan

168. /indhra

169. Bombay

170. Indian Agricultural Research Institute.

171. P'atna

•22-

TOWARDS THE RENEWAL OF RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS IN ENGG. & TECH.OF THE ViiLLE OF Rs.400/-P.M. DURING1962-63 ^WARDED DURING 1961-62.

1962-63

■ do-

1000.00(Es. 16.85 np adjusted)-

1000.00(Rs.71.23 np adjusted)

TOWiRDS TBI RENE MIL OF RESEARCH FSLL0NS1:IP3 IN EI\GG..-.c TECH. OF TIE Value of Rs.400/-P.M. during 1962-63 ^WARDED DUKDNG 1960-61.

1962-63 1000.00(Rs.2 0 1 .1 0 rp adjusted)

TOWliRDS aWhRD of JUNIOR RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS IN HUi^H\ITIES & SGCI. L SCIENCES DURING 1962-63.

1962-63

-do-

- do-

44 96.78

3529.04

2200.00

TOWARDS riV/ARD CF SENIOR RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS IN HUM.1NITIE S aND SOCIiiL SCIENCES-DURING 1962-63.

1962-63

-do-

■rdO-T-

SCHEi'® FOR. THE .-.WARD OF TRx VEt GRaNTS.

5000.00

2306.45

1000.00

■amount

7427.77

2500.00

4325.68

3000.00

TOWaRDS the aWaRD of post GR DLaTE RESEaRCH SCHOLAR­SHIPS IN SCIENCE.

3446.02

141.94

2706,55

600.00

172. Poona

173. Aligarh

174. Allahabad

175. Andhra

176.177.

178.179.180. ‘181. 182.183.184.

BanarasBombayGujeratLucknowMadrasPanoabNggpurOsmaniaPatna

-25-

TOVi/iiHDb THE AWARD OF POST GR^DlATL REbE.-iRCH SGHOL.iR- SHIPS IH HUI'LiHlTlES.

1826.67

342.86

1245.16

3299.56

3445.17 1260.00

32.26 883.87750.00

1561. 29600.00

1200.00587.10

THREE lE JR, DEGREE COURSE' SCHEME

185. Andhra

186.

187. Mysore.

188. Sri Venkateshwara

If <9.

189. -S..V.Peeth‘ -• ■ J.

190. Calcutta

191.Burdwan

i. Non-recurring grant to on account of Three year Degree Course Scheme.

11. -do-

i i i . Recurring grant for appointment of additional teaching staff.

Non recurrirg grant on account of T.y.D.C Scheme.

Recurring grant for appointment of additional teaching sta ff.

1,34,162.22

2,29^ 668.00

2.47.072.00

6.17.900.00

2.53.203.00

i. Non-recurring grant ... on account of T.Y.D.C. schme 38,947.50

i i . recurring grant for additional teaching s ta f f .

i i i i recurring grant for additional teaching staff

recurring grant fo r .. nddit i onal, t e achi ng staff.

Non-recurring grant on account of T.Y.D.O Scheme. ■

i. Non-recurring grant on account of T.Y.DiG. Scheme.

45,000.00

1,26,110.50

47,’033.34

84,789

30,000

11. -do-

191.

192. Vikram

University.

-24-i i i . recurring grant

fdr additional teaching staff.-

i. Non-recurii ng grant on account of T.Y.D.C.

7 2 ,2 5 6 .0 0

Scheme. 62,781i13

I'oo. i i . recurring grant for additional teaching staff. 54,454.59

193. Bihar i. Non recurring granton account of T.Y.D.Cscheme. 1,68,925.00

- i i . recurring grant fo r additional ' teaching staff. 1,00,000.00

194. Bhagalpur Non-re.curring grant d'm-acddmfet oo£lT. Y. D.C Scheme i.,. 326.63

195. Magadh . -do- 2,65,463.05

196. Ranchi -do- 2,77,836.68

197. Rajasthan, i. -do- i i . -do-

,iii . Recurring grant ■for additional • .teaching staff.

49,053.8198,739i00

84,121.84

iv. -do- 1,93,162.50

198. Poona On account of re­curring grant for additional teaching staff 4,00,000.00

199. Ma rathV/ada i. recurring grant for additional teaching staff 40,265.00

i i -do- 14,614.11

200. S. N.D.T. Women's Non-recurring granton account of T.l.D .^. Scheme. 91,430.00

I P roduction Ox gei\er.iL education

201.

S.No.

Marathwada University.

Name of the Univer- sity/College.

4,066.00Establishment-', of Non-Resident Student Centre

Total Share of Grants Amount.approved U.G.C. already released.cost.___________________ paid._____________________

JU. .2. 3. 4. 5.

iifira University

202. K.G.K.College 52,550 Moradabad. 1

35,000 25,000 5v000 IV (D6).

Instti-

203. Maharaj Singh DegreeCollege (Saharanpur) 50,094 35,000 10,000 10,000 II In stt.

-2 ?-1. 2. 3.

204. Tikaram Kanjia- Mahavidyalaya 54,755 35,000 30,000 5,000 IV I».stt

205. Meerut college Meerut,

50,683 35,000 20,000 10,000 I lU n s t .

206. D.A.V.college Kanpur. 49,450 35,000 10,000 15,000 I I Instt

207. D.ii.V college Derhadun. , 56,607 35,000 20,000 10,000 I I I insti

208. 1. D.Colile p'-'' Lakhim 52,821 35,000 20,000 10,000 I I I insti

vjo8 * .xLL.-iHriBuD liKIVERSm

209. iillahabad Agriculturalinstitute Allahabad. 70,000 32,228.22 30,000 2,228.22 nP

Iv d fin a l

210'. Andhra bniversity

210. V.S.R. college Tenali 51,500 35,000 30,000 5,000 V &

f in.al

211. C.^.R. college Elum. 37,000 35,000 20,OQO 5,000 I llin s tt

Bihar Universitv

212. Gaya College Gaya 37,626 35,000 25,000 5,000 Iv Instt.

213. M.D.D.M.■college Muzaf f arpur. 34,736 34,736 15,000 13,000 I I I &G0R.iKPi:R UNIVERSITY IV Instalment.

214. ,St. Andrew’ s college Gorakhpur

54,095 35,000 20,000 • 5,000 I I I in st.

216. Shibhi National College, Azamgarh.

59,505 35,000 20,000 10,000 I I I instt

Guiarat Universit^v'

216. K.!^, college of CommerceSux’af;. 73,100 35,000 26,000 10,000 IV instt.

21^. Kerala Universitv

217. ,St.Thomas college Palai.

50,773 35,000 25,000 8,000 I I I instt

218. Sree Narayana collegeQuilon 61,918 35,000 10,000 15,000 I I instt

219. N.S.B. college Pandalam. 54,150 35,000 10,000 10„,0b0 II instt.

220. S.D. college Alleppey. 36,690 35,000 20,000 10,000 I I I instt

221. S.B. collegec Changauacherry. 49,997 35,000 30,000 5,000 IV Instt.

7:--l. Madras Universitv

222 P.S.G. college of Technology-. 1, 00,000 35,000 30,000 5,000 Iv instt.

223. M.D.T. Kandh-l co llege 'T i rune 1 v e i l 55,500 35,000 20,000 10 ,000

-TI I I in s t t

224.1

Madarai c o l le g e , Madarai . 50,000 35,000 ■ 30,000 5,000 I I I i h ^ t

225. C.N. Mahajana c o lle g e Eroc e 50,000

!

35,000 30,000 5,000 IV in s t t .

225. St ,c X = v ie r ' s "o lle g e P a 1 a" ai:. c o 11 a i 72,000 35,000 10,000 15,000 I I in s t t .

227 o NAGP13R UNIVER6IT7

227. HIsicP college Nagpu--. 36,150 35,000 30,000 5,000 I I I &

fina l.

P.an.iab University

22 S. D.A.V. college Chandigarh. 49,720 35,000 20,0o0 10,000 I l l instt

229. Malwa Training College Ludhiana > 49,433 35,000 20,000 10,000 I I I instt

230. Khalsa college iimrit sar. 48,800 35,000 10,000. 10,000 II instt .

Sauear University

231. Nev/ lirt and Commerce college Raipur. 40,875 35,000 20,000 10,000 I l l inst

232. Narbada Maha Vidyala Koshangabad. 72,000 35,000 30,000 5,000 I l l in s t t .

233. C M. Dabey college Bilasnur. 50,000 35,000 20,000 10,000 I l l instt

■''’ikran University

2,3'7 Government Hamidia college Bhopal 37,500 35,000 25,000 •■ - 9,0,00'IV &

V instt.

iiE.ra

235. N.J1..S. College, x%erut (purchase of Lib.books)

10,000/-D-II

236. M.M.H.college,GaziabadCC cnst. of Men's hostel)

6,667/-

2,46,999 1,23,500D-I

237. V.S.S.D.collegeKanpur (Expansion of, science educa­tion .) 26,998.69 13,000

D-II238. Balwant Rajput

college Agra(Const, of Women's 87,200.00 65,400Hoc te l)

239. B. t>. college, Aligarh (expansion of Scienceeducation.) 1,70,070 85,000

D-II.

6,000/- 667/- fina l.

85,000 30,000 4th instt

240. D.S. Natior^'l ■''rj.le college 5 Unnaa>(Lib.Building)

Andhra.

241. k.M.A.L. college Anateapalli Constt. of New Hostel)

68,759D-II

1,60,000D~I

45,840

80,000 25,000 25,000 II instt

242. andhra Medicalcollege Visakha- patt nam(purchase of lib.books) 75,000

D-II243. St.Joseph Training

Collaee for women Guntur'purchase of Lib. books & furniture) 12,000

D-II

^44. Allahabad Agricultural Institute Allahabad (construction of Women(s hostel) 2,12,560.

D-I

245. 3vring Christiancoxxcge Allahabad (Expansion of Science education) 58,240

D-IIBhagalpur

246. Bhagalpur Marwari college Bhogalpur 1,88,000 (const, of New Hostel)

217. Bombay

^ 7 Jai Hind college andBasant Singh Institute of Science Bombay (Purchase of Lib. equip­ment) 18,500

D-IIBurdwan

248 Banwari Lai Bhalotiacollege Asansol(Const. of men's hostel) 1,90,000

D-I

50,000

8,000

1,15,000

29,120

94,000

12,333

95,000

4,000

30,000

8,000

70,000

3,000

75,000 I 1 nstt.

30,000‘. II instt

3,000 I I I inst

12,000 4th instalment.

249. Calcutta

249, Sripat jxngh college Jaiganj (Const, of Men's hostel) 1,90,000

250. Shri Krishna college T Bagoola(Const. of

Men’ s hostel) 1,90,000D-I,

95.000

95.000

85,000 10,000. fina l

65,000 20,000 4th inst.

3 S

1. 2.-28-

3.

251. Dinabandhu Mahavidyala Bangaon(Const. of Libr. bui-ldlng purchase of- lib . books & furniture) 45,850

252. Parsundeb women college JalpaiguriCWomen Hostel)

1,52,000

253. Ramakishna Mission 'Vidya, mandir,

* VelarmathCConst of' men's Hostel)

254. Delhi

Maulana ^ zad Medical College Delhi (Purchase of Lib.books)

255. Gorakhpur

^dai partap college, Varanasi(Expansion of Science education).

Gu.larat256. Shri haribulabh Dass

Kalidass iirts college AhmedabadCConst-, of Men's hostel)

3,69,966 D-I

30,000

3,28,128

1,76,646

21,000

257. Sanaldas college and Sir P.P. Institute of Science Bhavnagar (Purchase of Lib. books.Journals & furniture)

Karnatak858. Kosturha Medical college

Kainital(Purchase of lib.books) 60,000

259 J.T.college Gadag 2,17,500(Const, of Men's hostel)

Kerala260 St.Marry's college

Trichur(Const. ofWomen Hostel). 1,08,549

261. St.Thomas c o lle g epalai (Const, of Lib. building & purchase of Lib. furniture) 1,79,000

30,666

1,00,000

1,80,000

30,000

1,10,000

88,323

14.000

40.000

1,087750

81,412

65,000

4,000

75,000

1,19,333 1,15,000

20,000 9,000 ^3rd instt.

80,000 15,0004th instt,.

1,60,000 20,000 Final instt-.

20,000 5,0003rd instt.

15,000 3rd instt

6,0002nd in stt.

6,412‘filia l.

4 ,333 f in a l

262. Gurnavayoorappancolleger Ui-A. nnu( const. of Men's Hostel) 2,44,091 1 ,2 2 ,046 90,000 20,000

4th instt

263,. Mount CarEiril Training college Kottayam ('Women's Hostel) 1,44,729

264. Providence V/omen college Calicut (Const. of Women's Hostel) 23,800

265. St.Bercbman collegeChangamcherry-(Const, of-.en's hosouj.) 2,62,500

266. Mar TheopldUis Trainingcollege Trivandrum( Women's Hostel) 1,12,000,

Ldcknow267. Kanya Kv^>a college,

lyucknow. (Expansion of science education) 2,98,992

D-II

268. Kanyakubja Vocational Degree college Lucknow (E^qjansion of Science Educati6n) 1,64,800

Madras

1,08,547

17,850

82,500

84,000

1,49,496

82,400

70,000

10,000

50,000

30,000 Srd inst,

7,000 2nd inst,

10,0003rd instt,

10,020,000

25,000 1st inst,

25,000 I instt.

269. Women's Christian college Madras (C onst. of Women's Hostel) 2,28,300 1,00,000 80,000 20,000

fina l.

270. Sri Svenashilinghan HomeScience college Coimbatore5Const. of li^ .build ingand purchase of Lab. equipment) '..:3,0o0

43,050

271. P.S.G.Arts collegePeelamedu(Library build­ing) 2,71,000

272 M.D.T. Hindu College, i rune 1 ve il

(Library building c& furniture) ■‘E

■ 273. St.Josephs' college, Ti’tuchirap a l i i (Construction of lib .bu ild in g .)

274. Holy .Cross college, Tirudhirapalli (purchase^ of Zoology equipment)

58,500D-II

1,30,000

26,031

28,715

1,25,000

39,000

86,^66

17,354

2&,71;315,000 13,700

Final in sta ll

90,000

10,000

40,000

10,0004th instt

25,000 2nd Instt,

20,0003rd instt.

10,0001st Instt

1. 2.Mysore

>:275. Mahatma Gandhi Memorial 81,500

College, hdipi.( i . Const, of lib . building-ii.Const, of women Hostel)

1,04,205

Nagpur'2 76. M.M. college of

Science Nagpur (Expansion of Science education) 3,10,524.

277. Amolak Chand Maha- vidyalya leotamal (Const, of staff quarters) 75,460

^SwaNI jti

278. R.B.V.R.R. Women's college, Hyderabad (Const, of Women Hostel)

Poona

279, Tilak, college ,pf education Poona (Const, of Men's Hostel)

280. S.S.V.P. Santhas Arts and Science college Dhulia (.Men's Hostel)

281. Part«p college Amalne r (C o nst. of Liu. oqilding)

P ah.1 ab282. Hahs Raj Mahila Maha-

vidyalya Jullunder Const, of Women Hostel)

283. D.A.V. college, Hoshiarpur (Const. of women Hostel)

284. V.V.R. Institute Hoshiarpur(purchase of lib.books)ii.Const of Hostel &. stock room)

285. ‘D.ii.V.college, Chandigarh(Const. of lib . building)

2,50,500

1,74,340

2,71,467

67,549

2.93.000

73,000

1.45.000

78,03611

62,288

286. Teacher's Trainingcollege Rewari(Const. of 80,605 women Rest el)

-^4 . • 5. 6-

54,334 18,000 22,000 2nd instt

78,154 20,000 30,000 2nd instt.

15,000 -

37,730 ~

50,000 25,000 ,50,000 , 2nd instt

87,170 80,000 7,170 fin a l

25,000 90,000 30,000 3rd inst

45,032 - -

,25,000 85,000 30,000 4th inst.

54,750 33,000 15,000 3rd inst.

30,000 30,000 6,000 3rd inst.

39,018 35,000 4,018fina l

41,525 25,000 15,000 3rd inst.

60,450 40,0001st instt..

287. St.O.B. Podar college, Nawalgarh(Const. of l ib . build!rjg) 48,400 32.,267 9,000 20,000

2nd inst.

S88. ..^ggarwal college, JaipurCConst. of l ib . building) 45,000 30,000 6,000 10,000

2nd inst.

289. Banasthali Vidyapeeth Banasthali(Const. ofstaff quarters) 1,11,483 51,150 — 20,000

.1st inst.Ranchi

290. Jamshedpur cooperative college,J amshedpur (Const, of lib . building) 1,81,841 1,21,227 90,000 20,000

4th inst.

291. St Xaviers’ college, Ranchi (C onst. of Men'sHostel) 2,48,644 98,169 30,000 30,000

2nd inst,1292. SauRar

New Arts and Commerce■college , Raipur (Const. ofMen's Hostel) 2,06,000 1,03,000 90,000 10,000

4th inst.

S.N.D.T.

293. Z.F.Wadia Women's ‘ college Surut (women Hostel) 1,16,836 87,630 15,000 30,000

2nd inst

S.V.V;idyaDeeth

294. Nalni & ^rvind Arts college.Vallabhvidya Nagar(Women Hostel) 1,97,596 •. 1,48,197 _

S. No. Name of the Institu - Name of Approved U.G.C Grantstion. the scheme cost share. released.

295. Guljar Agriculturalr

Const. of 500 500 500Degree college,Raipur 25 yards

shooting range.

296. J.V.Jain co llege, Sharanpur a 500 500 500

297. Ganjdunwara college, Et ah. n 500 500 500

298. Ramakrishna college, Madhubani It 500 500 500

299. D.a.V college,Siwan !\ 500 500 500300. Ramananda college,

Bi'Shanpur. n 50C 500 500

4. 5. 6.

301. Katwa College, Burdwan

Construction of 25 yrdsshoot ing 500 500 500Range.

302. Ramburhat college,Ramburhat 500 500 500

303. St.Xavier’ s college,.Jnime dabad. U 500 500 500

304. Shia College, Lucknow IX 500 500 500305. The Rajah Serhji college 5

■hnj ore \\ 500 500 500306. Ja.nta college of Education «

Chanda a 500 500 500307. D.A.V college.

Chandigarh. u 500 500 500308. Arya college,Ludhiana \.x 500 500 ■ 500309. Nehru college,Jhajjar 500 500 500310. Government College,

Roshiarpur 500 500 500311. Shri Kalayan college.

Sikar. II 500 50Q 500312. Government Saharia college

Kaladora u 500 500 500313. Barah Seni college.

Aligarh. n 500 500 500314. D.a .V. college.

Buland Shahar u 500 500 500315. R.K. S. D.college ,Kaith^ It 500 500 500316. Lahiri college,Chirlmiri n 500 500 500317. P P.N.Degree college.

Kanpur. II 500 500 500318. Government College ,Bundi u 500 500 500319. i-irya college ,Pa'nipat. It 500 500 ■ 500320. Bipin Behari college,

J hansi It 500 500 500321. DayalSingh college,

Delhi. It 500 500 500322. ..kkime ni Nage shwewara

Rao collegejGudivada. It 500 500 500323. .isansol G irls ' college' /

Asansol. It 500 500 500324. Dayanand college,xi iraei’ . u 500 500 500325. K. G.K. college ,Moraaabad, vt 500 500 500326. Shri Ramakrishna Saraa

Vidh^a Mahavidyala^a, 1Hoogl>. It 500 500 500

§27. Chikkaiah Naickoif■Mahajana college ,Erode. It 500 '500 . 500

328. N.R.E.C. college.Khurja. It 50C 500 500

329. G.L.a. college.Daltenganj. u 500 500 - 500

330. Pachaiyappa'h college,Madras, 11 500 500 500

331. St.Colambas college.Hazaribagh. n 500 500 500

332. D.a .V. college.Muzaf f arnagar. It 500 500 500

333. Malti Dhari college,Naubatkur. 500 500 500

334. Government college ,Sirohi'* 50.0 500 500335. Basaveshvar college.

Bagalkot. u 500 500 500

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K

336. Shri Chaitaiii'a Construe.-

_____ ±Jt____

college Habra. ' tion of25 yrdsshootingRange. 500 500 500

337. Shri Kund Kund JainDearer- College,Khatauli, u 500 500 500

338. U.P.coxxe'ge of veterinarjScience & animal Husbandery , •Mathura u 500 500 500

339. Dayanand college,Hissar. n 500 500 500

340. Din Hata college , Dinhata 11 500 500 500341. Affiolak Chand Mahavidyalaya

leotinal. It 500 500 500342. Seth P.T.-Arts. Scie-hce

CCollege ,Dothra. 500 ■ ■500 500343. Anand Chandra-college,

J alpaigari. u 500 500 500344. Government College,

Bilaspur. It 500 500 500•345. Lajpat Rai Memorial

College, Jagraon u 500 500 500346. S.M.D.college Shripalpur [

Poon Poon u 500 500 500347. K.V.Degree college,

Machhra 11 500 . 500 500348. Andhra Loyola college,

Vijayawada tl 500 500 500349. iibhai'yapuri college.

Abhaiyapuri It 500 500 500350. A.K.coxlege,Shikohabad It 500 500 500351.. Jagat Naraya Lai college,

Khkagoul. 11 500 500 500352. Vidhan Chandra college.

Rishra n 500 500 500353. D. .i.V.' college j^bhoar. tt 500 500 500354. Kisan .college,Sohsarai. It 500 500 500355. Ahir college ,-Rewari. n 500 500 500356. Government Ra'za' college ,

Rampur. •■' It 500 500 500357. Kandi Raj college ,Kandi It 500 500 500358. S.R.K.Degree college.

Firozabad. It 500 500 500359. Khadir Mohideen college.

Adirampatt inam It 500 500 500360. D.A.V. Degree college.

Lucknow. n 500 500 500361. D.N.Degree college, 1

Fateh garh. 11 500 500 500362. Raiganj college,Raiganj. It 500 500 500363. Sikh National college Banja 500 500 500364. Shri Sanatan Dharam

college Hoshiarpur. It 500 500 500365. Vaish Post-graduate

college 'Shamli It 500 500 . 500366. S. G.M. college I^ura'd, u 50C 500 500367. Darbhanga Medicax college

Saheriasarai. 11 500 500 500368. Giridih college,G iridih It 500 500 500369. Moti Ram Babu Ram Degree

College, Haldwani. 11 500 500 500370. Sir P.T.Science college

& Shri S.K. Shah and ShriKrishana O.M. Arts college •Modasa. * tl 500 500 500

5. 3 jl .

371. Sardar V a llab ilb a i P a t e l c o l le g e , Babua

Construe - t lo n o f 25 yards shoot ing Range.

500 500 500

uIt

nu

nn

372 Tata college Chaihasa.

373. Mata Gujri college,Fatehgarh Sahib

374. S.B.City college,Nagpur375. Shri Shivaji college,

jtmravat i376. Ghatal Rabindra Satabarsiki

Mahavidyalaya, Midnap ur '*377. Government i^gricultural college

Rewa “378. Chhatrappati Shivaji

college,Sitara.379. S.M, college,Chandausi380. Sitananda college,

Nandigram Ranchi.381. Ranchi College,Ranchi382. The Madura Dirviyam

Thayamavarar Hindi college, Petal. ”

383. R.P.Gogate college,Ratnagiri ”

384. Virudhunagar,Hindu Madras Senthikumara Nadar college Virudhunagar.

385. Pachaiyappa'Svccollege, Kanchupuram. '

386. P.K.Roy Memorial college,Dhanbad. '*

387. Hans Raj Mahila Mahavidya-laya Jullundur. "

388. Kurnool Medical collegeKurnool. “

389. College of Engineeringanantapur. ’*

390. J.S.S. Science & Banashav- kari college, Dharv/ar. ”

391. Government Degree college,Mhow. '*

392. R.S.K.Degree college,Simbhaoli , "

393. J.H.Government DegreeCollege, Betul. ”

394. Government College ofEngineering and Technology, Raipur. ”

395. Government Science college,Gwalior '*

396. Banwari Lai Bhalotiacolle'ge xisansol. "

500

500500

.500

500

500

500500

500500

500

500

.500

500

, 500

500

50 u

500

500

500

500

500

500

500

500

500500

500

500

500

500500

500500

500

500

500

500

500

500

500

500

500

500

500

500

500

500

500

500500

500

500

500

500500

500500

500

500

500

500

500

500

500

500

500

500

500

500

500

500

"3 5-

Establishmeat of Students' Aid P\md

'A' 1Orants to Universities,

397. Baroda UniversityRs.

9,418.00398 Burdwan University 1 , 500.00399 Bombaj/' University 2,746.56400 Gorakhpur University 8,641.45401 Jodhpur University 4,741.00402 Patna University 10,000.00403 VisvaBharati University 1,574.00404 Roorke'e University 10,000.00

Utudents' Aid Pund B- Grants to Colleges.

Agra University Colleges.

405 H.B.T. Institute, Kanpur 1 ,628.00406 Narain Degree Coll-^ge, ' •

Shikdhabad. 1,450.00407 Hindu College, Moradabad. 2,000.00408 M.Z.P. Colle/”e, Dehra~Dun 1 , 402.00409 U.P. College of Veterinary

Science & Animal Husbandry, Mathura 914.00

410 K.R. Girls Degree College, Mathura. 258.00

Andhra University

411 C.R.S. :5arma College, 0ngo>le. ■■

1', 1-40.00

1 ,310.00412 Govt-.. College for Women, Guntur.

413 Raiah R.S.R.K. Ranga Rao ColUege, Bobbin

212.00

414 Govt-.- Arts College, Rajamundry 2,000.00415 Mrs.^A.V.N. College,

Visakhapatnam ■ 1,978.00416 Hindu College, Guntur 1,962.00417 A .H .R College , Gudivada

Maharaja College, Vizianagram1 ,478.00

418 2,000.00419. Andhra Medical College,

Vis akhapdtnam 948.00

B ombay Un iv er-s it y .

420. College of Commerce and Economics, Bombay.

2,000.00

421.1 Parla. College, Bombay 2,000.00422. Ismail, Jusuf College,

Bombay.'2,000.00

2,000.00423. Ruparel College, Bombay424. Govi'.'-Law College, Bombay 2,000.00425. R.A. Podar College of Comm­

erce dnd Econo ics Bombay 1,953.00426. Siddharth College of Comm­

erce’ and Economics, Bombay 2,000.00

Bhagalpur University

427. T.H.B. College, Bh,agalpi?.r

2,000 .,00

Contd,

Bur d wan Un i v er £. it yc:)

428 Kalna College, Kalna ------^ 1 ,1 98.00,42 9 Scrampore College, Sorampore. 2,000.00430 ^ Hira Lai Paul College, i'labagram 580.00431 Irivenidevi Bhalotia College,

Raissanj . 1,521.00

433 Ramashroy Baleshwar College,Dalsingsarai

Bihar University

621.00

434 Lakshmi Narain College, Bhagwanpur 981 .00435 Ram Dayalu Singh College,

2,000.00Mu?,affarpur436 Rajindra College, Chapra 2,000.00437 Marwari Kahavidyalaya,

1,430.00Darhhanga43&. Sahpur Patori College,

Darhhanga 672.00439. D.A.V. College, Siwan 2,000.00440. G.D. College, Begusarai 1 , 500-. 00

Calcutta Uniyersity

441 Vidyasagar College (Day Classes), .g,'C Q, 1 c ij ij Q, 2,000.00

442 Krishnagar College, Nadia Sarojini Naidu College fo r Women,

1 ,8,19.00443

Calcutta • 2,000.00444 Ranaghat College, Nadia. 1,718.00445 Mahishadal Raj College, Mahishadal. 1,868.00446 Taki Govt. College, 24 Parganas. 851 .00447. Rammohan College, Calcutta 2 ,000.00448 College of Corojmrce, Midnapur 1,137.00449 Pauskura Banamali -CoHoge, Pauskura 1 , 110.00450 Sivanath Sastri College, Calcutta 2,000,00451 Rishi Bank iiD chan dr a College,

Naihati 2,000.00452 M.M.C. College, Calcutta 2,000.00453 Mahishadal Raj College,

Mahishadal 654.00(■arrears for 1961-62

454 Krishnagar Women's College,547.00Calcutta

455 -do- 1,465.00 3 fcr 1961-62(arrearE

456 Jiaganj College of CommerceMurshidahad 700.00

457 Sripat .jingh College,Murshidahad 2,000.00

458 Charuchandra College,2,000.00Calcutta

459 Murlidhar G irls ' College,1,792.00Calcutta.

Delhi University

460 P^an-alal Girdhari Lai D.A.V. Colj.ege, Delhi.

1,350.00

461 Ramjas College, Delhi. 2,000.00462 Delhi Polytechnic, Delhi 1,283.00463. Institute of Post-Graduate

("Gvening studies) Delhi. 2,000.00

Cohtd...

• 5 7 -

Gu.larat University

464* ?T.T.F.. A rts C o lle g e , Surat465 S arva jan ik C o lle g e o f S c ien ce ,

Surat466 M.C-.Science- In s t i tu t e ,

Ahmedabad467 Parkash .ir ts C o lle g e ,

Ahmedabad468 S a rva jan ik Law C o lle g e ,

Surat469 Sh ri A .M .P. Law C o lle g e ,

Ra'jkot

Gorakhpur U n iv e rs ity

470 B .R .b , C o lle g e ,P e o r ia .

471 K isan Degree C o lle g e ,B ^ s ti

472 T ila k Dhari C o lle g e ,Jaunpur

475 Degree C o lle g e ,Ghazipur

Kisan Degree College, Bahraier.Gauhati Universityi

474 S .S , C o lle g e ,H’a ila k a n d i

475 D .M .'C o lle g e ,Imphal

476. STowgang C p lle g e , Nawgang477 Arya V idyapeeth C o lle g e ,

Gauhati478 Gurucharan C o lle g e ,

S ilc h a r479 Debraj Roy C o lle g e ,

Golaghat480 B .N . C o lle g e , Dhubri

J Jabalpur U n iv e rs ity

481 S t . A loy iu s C o lle g e , Jabalpur

Jammu u Kashmir

482 S.PoM. Rajput C o lle g e o f Commerce, Jammu

K era la U n iv e rs ityV

' 485 R .S .S . C o lle g e , Ppndalam484 G ovt. C o lle g e , Chettur485 S t . A lb e r ts C o lle g e ,

Vrnakulam486 U n iv e rs ity C o lle g e ,

Trivandrum487 N .S .S . T ra in in g C o lle g e ,

Changanach erry488 C a th o lic a te C-ollege,

Pathanam athitta489 St Joseph 's C o lle g e fo r V/omen,

A llep p eyT 490 T .K .M. C o lle g e o f Ungg., Quilon

491 G ovt., C o lle g e , Kasaragod492 Engineering C o lle g e , T r ich a r

2,000.00

2,000.00

472 .00

559.00

554 .00

2,000.00

1,102.00

2,000.00

2,000.00407.00

1.156.00

2,000.002,000.00

1.656.00

2,000.00

761.00 2,000.00

1,890.00

295.00

2,000.00 1,002.00

2,000.00

1.791.00

500.00

2,000.00

892.001.046.00

758.00899.00

n__ L. j

493 •

494-

495.

496.

497 .

498.

499.

I

, 500

501

502

503

504

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Karnatak University

R.L. Sci'^nce Institute,Belgaum.Kanara College,Kumta.Engineering College,GulbargaArts & SciencG College,NipaniUniversity College of Education, Uharwar.

luckno\7 University

Shia College, Lucknow

Magadh University

Gaut.am Budha Mahila College, Gaya

Marathwada University

Government College of Agriciilture,ParbhaniDr. Ambedkar College of Commerc e, Aurangabad.S .3 .V.S .3 . Colle e of Arts, Osmanabad.Govt Arts & Cclrjnco College, Aurgngabad.Deogiri College,Aurangabad

1,264.00

60, . 00

188.00

1,132.80

696.00

590.00

2,000.00

857.00

2,000.00

610.00

505

506

507

508

509.

510

511

512

513

Madras University

R.D.M. College,S ivaganga

Lady DOak College,Madurai

Auxiliuffi College,N. Arcon

St. Mary's College, ■I'ulicorin

Women's College,Madras,

Law Colleg-e, Madras.

St. Johon's College, Palayamkottai

P .S .G . Arts College, Pi-elamedu

A.V.C. College,Mayuram

Madras Christian College, Tambaram

r , 775.00

2', 000.00

2,000.00

708.00

2,000.00

2,000.00

2,000.00

2,000.00^for 1961-62)

2,000,00

1,314.00Contd. . . . .

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ST5 Shri Avinashilingam HomeScience College,Coimbatore.

516 Shri Pushpam College,Poondi

517 Sanah Tackar College, Palayamkottai

M Mysore University

518 Mahara ja 's ' College,Mysore.

519 Mount Carmel College,Ben felore.

520 M.G.M. College,Udipi

521 The Rural College,Kanakpura

Pan nab University

522 Lajpat Rai Memorial College, Jagraon

523 S.D. College,Barnala

524 Khalsa College for Women, Sidhwan Khurd

525 D.A.V. College,Amritsar.

526526 Dyal Singh College,

Karnal

527 D.A.V. College for Women, Karnal

528 Mata Gujri College,Patehgarh Sa.hib

529 S .G.G .S . Khalsa College, Mahilpur

530 Go rfc, College,Hoshiarpur

531 Arya College, Panipat

532 R.K. Arya College,Hawanshahr Doaba

Hagpur University

533 Shri Shiva.ji College, Amravati

534 G.S, College of Commerce andEconomics, Nagpur

2,000.00

2,000.00

2,000.00

2,000.00

1 ,488.00

1.656.00

694.00

1 . 525.00

802 .00

2,000.00

2,000.00

816.00

■1,196.00

2,000.00

2,000.00

2,000.00

1.740.00

2,000-. 00

2,000.00

Contd. . ..

535

536

537

538

539

540

541

542

543

544

545

546

547

548

549

550

551

552

553

554

555

556

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Osmania University

S.R.R. Arts Colle e, Karimnara^'

Arts & Science College,Gadwal

Arts and Science College, Warangal

Poona University

Gopal Krishna Gokhale College, Kolhapur

H.P.T. College, Nasik

Tilak Ayurveda Mahavidyalaya, Poona.

Ahmednagar College,Ahmednagar

Tilak College of ’ ^ducation, Poona '

Mudhoji College,Phalton

K .P . Gogate College,Ratnagiri

V/alchand College of Engineering Sangli

B .M . College of Commerce,Poona

Raja Ram College,PvOlhapur

Fergusson College,Poona.

Rancni University

G.L.A. College,Dalt ongan j

St. Columbia's College, Hazaribagh

Gumla College, Gumla

P .K . Roy Memorial College, Dhanbad

S.S.L.N.T. Mahila Mahavidyalaya Dhanbad.

Rajasthan University

Govt. Degree College,Dungarpur

Dungar College, Bikaner

Agarwal Degree College,Jaiuur

830.00

186.00

2,000.00

2,000.00

2,000.00

614.00

2,000.00

461.00

605.00

1.134.00

865.00

2,000.00

2,000.00

2,000.00

2,000.00

2,000.00

680.00

1,131 .00

792.00

500.00

2,000.00

1.198.00

557

558

559

560

56;l

562

563

564

565

566

567

568

569

570

571

572

573

574.

575

-t41-

Birla Oollep-e, Eilani

S.eth Rameshwar Lai Saharia College, Kaladera

Savitri G irls' College,Ajmer

Dayanand College, Ajmer

Shasada Sadan College, Mukandgarh

Chfawa College iChirawa

Sardar Patel Medical College, Bikaner

Govt. College, Ajmer

Government College,Jhalawar

Birla College of Bnginoering Pilani

S.M.J. College,- Bharatpur

GoVernment Co11 eg e,Bhilwara

Bhupal Nobels' College, Udaipur

Government Degree College, Dholpur

Saugar University

Government Arts and Science College, Durg

Narmada Mahavidyalaya Hoshangabad

Government Degree College, Sidbi

Durga Mahavidyalaya,Raipur

Durga Mahavidyalay, Raipur

(fo r 19G1-62)

692.00

2,000.00

2,000.00

1,358.00

643.00

2,000.00

762.00

1,968.00

1.760.00

1.796.00

368.00

172 .00

1,191 .00

835.00

680.00

1 ,750.00

651.00

576

S.N.D.T. Women's Univeraity

Z.P. Vladia Nomen.ls College, Surat

Sri Venkateswara University

515.00

577

578

Govt. Arts & Science College, Chittoor

Andhra Veterinary College, Tirupati

683.00

1 ,062.00

Contd. ...

579

580

U

’581

582

583

584

585

586

587

588

T ra in in gGovernment/ C o llege Kurnool ■ 544,00

S r i V^nkateswara U n iv e rs ityC o lle g e , T iru p a t i 1,524.00

4

U tkal U n iv e rs ity

Women's C o lle g e ,Sambalpur 114.00

Bhadrak C o lle g e ,Bhadrak 933.00

Government Sc ience C o lle g e ,Phulbani 9/-

Vikram U n iv e rs ity

M .l.B . G ir ls ' Degree C o lle g e , 1,851.00Bhopal

Government Sanskrit Degree C o lle g e ,Indore j'23.00

Gov-^rnmcnt Degree C o lle g e ,Bhind ‘ 2,000.00

-do-

P.G.B..T. C o lle g e , U jja in

1,429.00(a rrea rs f o r 1961-62)

238.00

kamal

P ro

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HQBBY WORKSHOP SCIF,Mt. I'VEM (5)

Univorsity/College Approved U.G.C's Grants already GrantsCost Share paid released.

D .A .V . College Kanpur

I 28,129/- (N.RJ

1

tJ 20 ,000/-1 (N.R.)

T 1 ■} 5,000/- 1

< 1

4 ,000/-(N.R. (D. Item 6)

Christ College Irinjalakuda

1 3 1 ,200/-1 (N.R.)

1 2 0 ,000/- 1 (N.R.)1______________

1 5 ,000/- 11 (N.R.) 1

5,000/-(N.R. (D. 11 em 6 )

59-1 Parook College; Peroke

26,807/- I 20,000/. (U.R.) I (N.R.)

1 2 , 5 0 0 /- ! 1 2 , 5 0 0 /-(R) I (R)

20,000/. (N .R.)

2,000^- (D.Itern 6 )

592 Byalpur Khalsa College, Jullundur

33,458/- I 20,000/- (N.R.) I (N.R.)

1 2 . 500/- f 1 2 , 500/. (R) f (R)

15,000/.(I'T.R.)

2,000/.(R)

•^3,000/- (D.Item 6 )

-----------------1----------------26,012/- I 20,000/.(N.R.) I (N.R.)

i

593 D.R. Degree College,M e erut

10,000/. (N ,R .)

2,000/- (N .R .)

(D.r.- '.-s)

594 B.S.-^ College f Mathura )

'

... Y

2 5 , 142/- 1(N.R.) 1

1 2 , 500/- 1 (R) 1

20 000/- 1(N.R.) 1

j15,000/-(N.R.)

1

2,000/-(D.Item 6) ■

.595fPoona University | 46,700/- I

(N.R.) 1i

2 5 ,000/- 1

46,700/- 1 (N .R.)

1 2 5 , 000/- 1 4 ,000/- ] 5,0861

____ ________________ L1

___ L(R)

__________L_

(R)

____________s22,086/-

kamal

UNIVERSITY GRANTS COyMISSION MATHUR/i ROAD, NEW DEIHI.

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V IMeeting Dst ed 4— 6 3 *

I t on No, 4: To receive a statonent grants paid by theUniversity Grants Conmission during 1962-63 u p til the end o f February, 1963.

A statorient of grants paid during 1962-63 (u p til 28-2-63) is given belows-

1. Section I Non-plan Projects

A. Administrative charges

B. Block grants to Central U n iversities.

C. Block grants to Institxitions deaned to be U n ivers ities .

D. Maintenahoe grants to constituent Colleges of Delhi University. ,

E. Grants to Central Universities fo r’ s chemes not cover<*d under Block grants .

Total Section I Nor>-Plan Projects,

2, Section I I Plan P ro jec ts .

A. Grants to Contral and State Universitiesfo r Humanities.

B. .. Grants to .Central and State Universitiesfo r higher S c ien tif ic Education and Research.

C. Grants'to Genthal and State Universities fo r Engineering and Technology.

D* Grants to cdnstituent & a f f i l ia te dColleges.

E.- Grants to Central & State Universitiesfo r Miscellaneous schemes.

F , Miscellaneous expenditure incurred. , by Univerd. ty Grants Gjhnmission fo r

s eminars, conf erences et c .

G. . ' Reserve fo r schemes l ik e ly to beimplemented during the year.

Total Section I I Plan Projects:

TOTAL SECTION I & I I :

N *te:- ■*T'hese include Rs. 4,56,033,14 and Rs. 2,284.24 respective ly paid by adjustment against the advance grant to CARE.

11,18,741.03

1,85,08,125.00

40,91,646.00

41,60,130,34

N il

2,78,78,642.37

53,78,184.91 + 40,000.00

4Q,000.00

1,18,09,509.91 + 27,586.16

27,586.16

58,05,122.68

* 55,80,080.52+ 2,337,53

2,337,53

2,55,79,871.29 + 1,40,594.94

1,40,594.94

19,387.84

N il

5,41,72,157.15 ,+ 2,10,518,63

2.10.518.63

8,20,50,799.52 + 2,10,518.63

2.10.518.63

(Contd....... 2) ,

(2)

Lesd amount refunded by-'the Universities during the yoar<

Balance;-

D.sposits .and .adyhiises

Gandhi Smarak Nidhi 'and CAKE

. Total;-

Expenditure uptil and including the month of February, 1962 'Was a&nunder;-

Section I Non Plan Projects,

Section I I Plan Projects

2,25,981.34

8,18^24,818.18

'♦ 2,10,518.63

2.10.518.63

1,22,500.00

8,19,47,318.18

+ 2,10,518-63

2.10.518.63

2,47,30,619.68

+ 40,377.00

40,377.00

6,20,91,012.51

+ 2,36,391.02

2,36,391.02

TOTAL SECTION I & I I . 8,68,21,632.19

+ 2,76,768 .02

2,76,768 .02

^Mislya*20/3/63.

UNIVERSITY QRkWS COMISSION

Meeting:

3-4-1963.

■cilItem 5, To consider a reference from the Ministry of Education regarding setting up of a National ' Institute for Rural Higher Education.

■.or

The Secretary, Ministry of Education has made a

reference to the Commission regarding the status of the

Institutes of Rural Higher Education and the proposal to

combine the existing National Council for Rural Higher

Education, the Bosird of Examinations and Faculties etc,^

into one homogeneous institution to be known as National

Institute for Rural Higher Education, A copy of the D.O.

letter No, F,l-6/62,U3 dated 23-2-1963 received in this

connection is enclosed (Appendix I ) •

Consideration of this item was pO0tpoi| d atitheil§st

meeting. The matter is placed befftro the Commission for

consideration.

Copy of D,*0. 23rd February,

li.v^ vA ‘, 5 No. F. 1-6/62-U.3 dated from the Education Secretary,

Government of India to the Chairman, U.G.C.

The- University Education Commission, while considering the problem of higher education of the rural people, recommended the establishment o f. Rural Universities which were defined as'a ring of small resident under-graduate colleges with specialized and university fa c ility at the centre '. The report also strongly urged the need of 'a general advancement of rural India through an increasing range of quality, sk ill and training supplied through a system of colleges and un iversities '.

2. The Ministry thereupon appointed a Committee on Rural'Higher Education to undertake a comprehensive survey and appraisal of ideas, and experiments in the fie ld of Rural Higher Education in rural areas and to recommend a possible pattern of education so as to evolve a reasonably uniform . system suited to the needs and resources of the country. The recommendations of this Committee- were examined in a conference of the representatives of Central and State Governments and eminent educationists from universities held in A.ugust, 1955', and the resulting recommendations were accepted.

3. In implementation of the scheme of Rural HigherEducation, 13 Rural Institutes are now functioning^in diffareht, parts of the country. 'To guard against the new movement becom­ing another orthodoxy with its own static dogmas', as the Uni­versity Education Commission pointed out, and also to assure

/ The Board of examinations is now headed by a Vice- Chancellor, and the var­ious faculty

' committees

good standards, the Ministry associated a substantial number of Vice-Chancellors, eminent educationists and professors from universities on the faculties, syllabus committees and boards of studies and examinations.^raw 50 of the membership from university professors. The independence and self-d irection of the movement as advocated by the University Education Commission has been preserved.

4, The curricula of the Rural Institutes are based on asound and generally accepted principle that education should be related to the needs of the commun.Lty which it proposes to serve, Adequate place is given to the practical aspect of education, and extension and research form an integral part of i t . The Rural Institutes are designed to become not only places of learning but also centres of community planning and development. V/e have made some headway with this experiment and the time has now perhaps come to confeh on it a status which w ill create an atmosphere of confidence and assure greater freedom to the Rural Institutes in experimentation.

5» The rural educators, vrho have accepted the responsi­b ility of a village-cen.trod education, have persistently laboured to make the scheme popular, but the hold of the traditional system has hampered progress. The doubts and suspicion with which a new experiment is received stand in the way of brighter students joining these institutions. The Diplomas offered by the National Council after public examinations are. under-rated in spite of their recognition by the Government of India in concurrence with tho U .P.S.C ., by the State Governments in consultation with their P’lb lic Services Commissions and by twenty universities.. Moreover, the students of the RuralI.'-.stitutes are reported to be fa iring somewhat better in variou; competitions than the students of same qualifications studying in other institutions.

6. After a careful consideration of these problems, theMinistry has reached the conclusion that a central organisatiojj with Rural Institutes as its component units bo set up with thi

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five -fo ld functions of toaching, research, extension, accredition and examinations. This new body should function- for a l l purposes as a university, i .e . design curriculum, lay -down standards, direct teaching in the constituepit institutions, .direct and co-ordinate oxten- sion^ advise, direct and evaluate the research work and publish oJeports; continuously assess the component units in terras of their objectives, and conduct examinations under the guidance of competent educationists. It is , therefore, proposed to combine the existing Rational Council for Rural Higher Education, the Board of Exami­nations and Faculties, etc., etc., into one, homogeneous institution to be known as National Institute for Rural ‘ Higher Education., The constitution, memorandum of associations, indicating frinctions and powers of various bodies, draft rules and regulations, arc appended. The Ministry is of the view that -unless such a body is deemed to be a university for purposes of Section 3 of the U.G.G. Act, 1956, the institutions w ill be seriously handicapped in their further progress.

7, I am, therefore, sending these papers to you tohave them examined whether such a body w ill be acceptable to the U..G.C. for the purpose referred to above. I trust that the assistance of the U.G.C. w ill always be forthcoming in working out this new pattern of Rural Higher Education in India.

In matter o f S o c ie t ie s ' R eg istra tion iket (A.ct XXI ' o f 1886)- being an Act fo r the reg is tra tion o f l i t e r a r y , s c ie n t i f ic and charitable so c ie t ie s ,

■ AND

In the matter o f National Council fo r Rural Higher Education.

I'ffiHORANDUM OF ASSOCl iTIONS

I . Name

The name o f the Society is the "National Council fo r Rural Higher Education" (h e re in a fte r re ferred to as the C ouncil),

I I . Head O ffice

The Hoad o f f ic e o f the Council shall be situated at the headquarters o f the Government o f India in such premises as the Council may decide from time to time, and u n til further orders i t w i l l be located at the M in istry o f Education, Govt, o f Ind ia , New Delhi.

I I I . Aim.s and Objectives

The objects fo r which the Council is established are:,

(a ) To undertake, aid and promote the scheme o f Rural Higher Education o f the Government o f Ind ia , and to organise and coordinate teaching, Research and

. Extension in various regions o f India through a National In s titu te at a centre and with i t s Regional Rural In s titu tes in various parts o f the country with duo regard to the educational needs o f the Rural communities.

(b ) To lay down standards fo r Rural Higher Education, to prepare, modify and assess from time to time the curriculum and syllabuses fo r various courses,, and to conduct examinations.

(c ) To estab lish and conduct, fo r th is purpose a National In s titu te o f Rural Higher-Education-at the Head Quarters o f the Government o f India fo r

.the development o f Research, advance tra in ing (both p re-serv ice and in -s e rv ic e ).

(d ) To estab lish , develop and aid regional Rural In s titu tes in various parts o f the country fo r the purpose o f teaching, Research and Extension in particu lar and fo r the development o f the Rural community in general.

(e ) To lay down qu a lifica tion s fo r the s t a f f in tte Regional Rural In s titu tes , and to approve 'the appointment o f Director:Jc Dy.. D irector o f t]ie Regional Rural In s titu tes .

( f ) To assess, accred it and a f f i l i a t e such Rural In s titu tes so established.

(g ) To examine and appraise proposals with regardto the scheme o f Rural Higher Education referred to i t by the Government o f India and/or the State Government, and to ass is t thetn in the implementation o f the approved programmes.

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(h) To advise the Government o f 'T itd iaT^tate Governments and ether educational in s t itu t­ions engaged in the task o f rural develop­ment on matters pertaining to education.

( i ) To act as a clearing house fo r ideas and information on educational research, tra in ing and extension.

( j ) To conduct public examinations o.r cause the same to bo held fo r the students o f these Regional Rural In stitu tes in various, .courses , and to avrard Diplomas and C ertifica tes to the successful Candidates, or degrees i f and when permitted to do so by the Government o f India.

(k ) To disseminate approved techniques and practices in Regional R ura l.In stitu tes in the country, and to undortako or organise studies, investigations and surveys re la tin g to edu­cational matters, or the appraisement o f educational programmes.

( l ) To organise pre-service and ..in-service tra in ing fo r the teachers o f Rural In s titu tes ,

(m) 'To in it ia te schemes fo r the development and maintenance o f standards o f higher education^ in Rural areas, and to encourage research in ' the problems re la tin g to rural education in a l l i t s aspects.

(n ) - To constitute Faculty Coramitteos in each brancho f learning in the Rural In s titu tes fo r framing curriculum and syllabus for' various courses; and to receive fo r approval reports from them;

(p ) To. •constitute any other Committee fo r the implementation o f i t s programme.

(p ) To undertake publication o f such books, period ica ls and other lite ra tu re , including production o f film s and audio-visual aids as may be necessary fo r the furtherance o f it s objects;

(q ) To take over or amalgmate with any other soc iety , in s titu te or association , having objects wholly or in part sim ilar to the objects o f the so.ciety, and to aid such' ex istin g in stitu tion s in such manner as the Council may think f i t .

( r ) To receive grants, and loans from the Govt, o f India, to c o lle c t fees from the examinees, and to c o lle c t donations or create other sources o f income.

(s ) To draw, make, accept, endorse, discount and negotiate Government o f India and other pro.m,issory Notes, b i l ls o f exchange, cheques or other negotiable instruments;

( t ) To invest the funds o f the Council in such Securities or in such manner as may, from time to time, be determined by the Co'uncil and to s e l l or transfeT such investments;

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(u) 'To s o i l , transfer, lease or other-wise dispose o f a l l or any property o f the Council, with the previous approval o f the Government o f Indian

(v ) To do other-acts and things inciden ta l to the powers a foresaid or as may be required in order to fu tther the ob jects .

IV- BENEFICIARIES-.

(a ) The in stitu tion s and other programmes conducted by the Council or by the Regional Rural In s t i­tutes a f f i l ia t e d with i t , sha ll be open to

•persons o f-e ith e r sex, and o f whatever race, creed, caste or class and no tes t or condition sha ll be imposed as to re lig iou s b e l ie f or profession in admitting students or appointing members, examiners, teachers, or engaging workers in any other connection whatsoever; and

(b ) No benefection sha ll be accepted by the Council which, in i t s opinion, involves conditions ,or ob ligations opposed to the s p ir it and ob jecto f i t s ro le ,

V, Income and Property

Tho income and property o f the Council, however derived sha ll be applied towards the promotion o f the objects thereof as set fo rth in th is Memorandum o f Association , subject nevertheless, in respect o f the expenditure o f grants made by the Government o f Ind ia, to such lim ita tion s as the Government o f India may, from time to time, impose. No portion o f the income and property o f the Council sha ll be paid or transferred , d ire c t ly or in d ire c t ly , by way o f d iv is ion s , bonus or otherwise howsoever by v/ay o f p r o f i t , to the persons who are or at any time have been members o f the Co’.m cil or to any o f them or to any persons claiming through them provided that nothing herein contained- sha ll prevent the payment, in good fa ith , or remu­neration to any members thereof or jther person in return fo r any services rendered'.:to the Council or fo r tra v e llin g allowance, h a ltin g , or other s im ilar charges.

V I• The Review o f the work o f the In s titu te

The Government o f India may appoint one or more persons to review v/ork and progress o f the in s t itu te and hold enquiries into the a f fa ir s thereof and to report thereon, in such manner, as the Government o f India may stipu la te ; and upon receip-t o f any such report, tho Government o f India may take such action and issue such d irec tion as i t may consider, necessary in respect o f any o f tho matters dea lt with in the report and the Council sha ll be bound to comply with such d irec tion s .

V I I . Names and designations o f Members

The names and addresses and occupations o f the members o f the Council to whom by the rules and regulations o f the Council, the management o f i t s a f fa ir s is entrusted are:

Name Address ■ Status

1. Dr. K.L,, Shrimali M in ister o f Education, ChairmanGovernment o f Ind ia,New Delhi.

p • t » o ,

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Name

2. Shri Prem K irpal

3.

Address S-tatus

Vice-Chairman

4, Shri K.Sachida- 'nandam.

5. Shri L.S, Ghandra- kant. ^

6. Shri S.K.Mukorjce

7. Dr.V.Ramakrishna

8.

9. Shri A.W. Sahasra- budhe

10.Dr, P.S.D^Jshmukh

ll.Dewan Anand Kumar

12,Shri G.Ramachandran

13.Shri-T.S.Avinashi- lingam

14,Dr. R.K. Singh ,

Secretary to the Government o f India M inistry p f Education Ngv7 Delhi.Deputy .Educational' MemberAdviser, University Education D ivision ,M inistry o f Education,Nev; Delhi.

Deputy Financial "Adviser (Education),M inistry o f Finance,Now Delhi.

Deputy Educational "Adviser (T ech n ica l),Min. o f S.R. & C .A ;,New Delhi.

Deputy Agricu ltu ra l "Commissioner (Education),, I.C '.A .R ,, Min. o f Food & Agricu lture, N.Delhi.

Assistant D irector "Gcneral(Health Education) D irectorate General o f Health Services, Min, o f Health, New Delhi.

Deputy Secretary(Non- "o f f i c ia l T ra in in g ),M inistry o f Community Development & Cooperation,,New Delhi.

Representative o f "M inistry o f Commerce and Industry, New Delhi.

Representative o f "Rural In s t itu te ,Amravati. 3, Raisina Road,Nev; Delhi.

Representative o f "Kasturba Rural In s titu te , Rajpura, 37, Sunder Nagar,New Delhi.

Hony. D irector, "Gandhigram Rural In s titu te , Gandhigram P.O .,Madurai D istt.

Hony. D irector, "Shri Ramakrishna Mission

/\/'idyalaya Rural In s titu te , 'Coimbatore D istt.

Hony. D irector, "Balwant Vidyapeeth Rural In s titu te , Bichpuri, Agra,

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Name

IS .Shri K.L. Bordia

16.Dr* Amir i i l i

17.Shri S.R. Das

IS .Shri B.M.Save

19.Shri N.P.Buch

20.Shri S. Sahaya

21.Shri D.J. Hatekar

22.Shri K .F .P a til

23.Di*. A.C. Joshi

24.Sm-t,-Indumati-Chinanlal

25.Shri K. Kellappan'

26.Shri Achyut Pat- wardhan

27.Shri Samuel Mathai

28.Di*. M,.D.Patel

MemberD irector,Vidyabhavan Rural In s t itu te ,Udaipur.

D irector, "Jamia Rural In s t itu te , Now Delhi,

D irector, "In s titu te o f Rural Higher Education, Sriniketan.

D irector, "Shri Mouni Vidyapeeth Rural In s titu te ,G argoti.

Deputy D irector, "Lokbharati Rural In s t itu te , Sanesarav.

Secretary to the "Government o f Bihar, Patna.

P rin c ipa l,Rural In s titu te ,Wardha.

Rural In s titu te , "Hanumanama t t i (Mysore State)

V ice-Chancellor.Panjab U n ivers ity , Chandigarh.

M in ister o f Education, ” Government o f Gujarat, Ahmedabad.

Sarvodayapuram Gandhi Sraarak Kandram, Thavanur-( v ia ) K u tti- puram (K e ra la ).

Foundation fo r new ” Education, Rural Centre, Rajghat Port, Varanasi,

Secretary, • ”U n iversity Grants Commission, Now Delhi,

V ice-Chancellor, "Sardar Vallabh Bhai, Vidyapeeth,Vallabh Vidya Nagar, Gujarat.

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V I I I .

iik copy o f the Rules o f the Council, C ertified to be correct copy by three members o f the Council, is f i l e d alongwith the Memorandum o f Association.

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¥ e , the several persors whose naraes and addresses are given below, having associated ourselves fo r the purpose described in th is Memorandum o f ikssociation, do hereby subscribe ou» names to th is Memorandum o f Association,

\-b/ • . . . ■ ■ . c:I Li. a-and set our several and respective hands here unto and form ourselves into a society under Act XXI o f 1860 th is day o f 6th June at New Delhi.

Name, Address and occupation o f Members

Signature o f Member

Names and Signature address o f ofthe witnesses witnesses

1. Dr. K.L. Shrimali,M inister o f Education, Government o f India,New Delhi.

2, Shri P.N. K irpa l,Secretary to the Government o f India, M inistry o f Education,New Delhi.

3 -.Dr. P.S. Deshmukh,3, Raisina Road,

' New Delhi.

4. Dewan Anand Kumdr,37, Sunder Nagar,New Delhi.

5. Shri Samuel Mathai, Secretary,U n iversity Grants Commission, New Delhi.

6. Shri K. Sachidanandam,Dy. Financial Adviser, (Education ), M inistry o f Finance, New'Delhi.

7i Shri L.S. Chandrakant,’Deputy I'ducational Advisor, (T ech n ica l), M in istry o fS.R. & C.A., New-Delhi.

8. Shri T.S. Sankaran,Dy. Secretary,(N o n -o ffic ia l T ra in in g ), M inistry o f Community Development & Cooperation, New Delhi.

9. Dr. V. Raraakrishna,Assistant D irector General, (Health Education ), D irectorate General of Health Services,Min. o f Health,New D e lh i.

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10. Siiri S.K. Mukerjoc,Deputy Agricu ltu ra l Commissioner (Education ), X.G.A.E.^Min. o f Food & itgricu lture New Delhi.

11. Dr. Amir A l i ,D irector 5Jamia Rural In s titu te , Jamianagar,New Delhi.

■rules of the NiiTIONiJL COUNCIL FOR RUR.A HIGHER.. EDUCxxTION ♦

1. Short T it le - These Rules may be ca lled "Rules

o f the National Council fo r Rural Higher Education".

2. D e fin ition s ; - In these Rules, unless the context

otherwise requires?

In s titu te w i l l mean the National In s titu te fo r

Rural Higher Education.

( i )

( i i )

( i i i )

( i v )

( V )

(V i)

( v i i )

( v i i i )

( i x )

(■ .)

The " Council" shall moan the National Council fo r Rural Higher Education.

The Board sha ll mean the academic Board constituted under Rule __________

The Faculty w i l l mean Faculty Committees in various d isc ip lin es in the Regional Rural In s titu tes .

The Chairman shall mean the Chairman o f the National Council fo r Rural Higher Education under Rule _________________

The 'D irector in C h ie f shall mean the D irector in Chief o f the National In s titu te o f Rural Higher Education.

The 'D irec to r ' sha ll mean the D irector: t :• o f a Regional Rural In s titu te .

The'Dy. D irecto r ' sha ll mean'the Deputy D irector o f a Regional Rural In s titu te .

'Dean' means the Dean o f a Faculty Committee.

"Finance Committee" means tHe-..Ftnaad^/ Committee ..appointed by the Council.

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(x ) The 'O ffic e rs and s ta f f o f the Coimcll* sha ll mean every o f f ic e r mentioned in Rule 13 and every o f f ic e r and member o f the s ta f f appointed by the Governing Beetl’d to any o f f ic e or in s titu te or establishment •under the control o f the Council or the Governing Body.

(x i ) The "Secretary" shall Eivjan the SecretaryNational Council fo r Rural Higher Education appointed under Rule _________________

( x i i ) The 'R eg is tra r ' shall be the Registrar o f Examinations appointed by the National Council fo r Rural Higher Education.

( x i i i ) ( i ) Words importing the singular number also include the p lural number and v ice- versa.

( i i ) Words importing the Masculine gender also include the Faminine gender'-,

3, Members o f the National Council

The Council shall consist o f the fo llow ingmembers

(a ) .

(b )

(c )

(d )

(e )

( f )

(g )

Education M inister shall be e x -o ff ic io Chairman o f the Council.

Educational ndviser to the Government o f India shall be the e x -o ff ic io Vice-Chairman.

D ivisional Hoad o f University, Education D ivision in M inistry o f Education shall 'be an e x -o ff ic io member.

D irector in Chief o f the National In s titu te .

F ifteen Directors o f the Regional Rural In s t itu te s .

Eight representatives one each from the M inistry o f Finance, M inistry o f Community Development and Co-operation, M in istry o f Health, M inistry o f S.R. & G .h ., M inistry o f Food & Agricu ltu re, planning Commission, In ter-U n ivers ity Board and University Grants Commission.

Six eminent educa-tionists nominated by the Chairman from various States to represent various d isc ip lin es .

R o ll o f Members

4, The' Council shall keep a R o ll o f Members,g iving th e ir addresses and occupations and everymember shall sign the same.

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5, ■ I f a member o f the Council changes his addresshe shall n o t ify 'h is ne-w address to the Secretary, who shall thereupon enter his now address in the R o ll o f Members. But i f he f a i l s to n o tify his new address, the address in the R o ll o f Members shall bo deemed to be his address.

nnration o f3f the'''^trttfi«4i--lJe( a ^

his

Moiiiborshi-QWhore a member o f the comes

member by reason o f the o f f ic e or appointment he holds_ membership of the Council shall terminate when he ceases to hold that o f f ic e or appointment,

7, Members appointed by the Government o f I n d ia shall hold o f f ic e for such period as may be s p e c i f i e d by the Government at the time o f th e ir appointment or at any t im e th erea fte r,

8, A ll outgoing members shall be e l ig ib le fo r r e ­appointment,

9, ■ Members of the Council shall cease to be suchmembers i f s - ' - ■

( i ) They d ie , res ign , become o f unsound mind, ' become insolvent or be convicted o f a c r i ­minal o ffence Invplving moral tujrpitudej ,.or

. ( l i ) they do not attend three consecutive meetings o f the Council without proper leave o f the '

/ ' Chairman o r V ic e -C h a irm an .

; A rosignatIpn o f membership o f the Council shall bQf-tendered to the Secretary and shall hot take e f fe c t u n t il i t has been accepted on behalf o f the Council by the Chairman,

10, Vac ancle s t Any vacancy in the membership of the Council caused by any o f the reasons mentioned above shall be f i l l e d up' by nomination by the au thorities en tit led to make such nomination, and the persons, appointed in the vacancy shall hold o f f ic e only fo r the unexpired, periodo f . the term of the membership, ' ■

i 1, The C ounc i l sh a l l - f unc t io n • not wit h st and i ng th a t "any person v/ho is ..en titled to be a member by reason o f . h is o f f ic e , is 'n o t a member o f the-Council fo r the time

■being and notwithstanding any other vacancy in i t s body, whether by non-appointment or otherw ise, and no act or proceedings o f the Council shall b© invalidated merely by reason''of the happening o f any o f the above events, or o f any defect in the appointment o f any o f i t s raer^bers.

12. OFFICERS A m A'^THORITIDS OF THE COTTMCIL

O ffic e rs o f the Council 'Shall be the Chairman, the Vice-Chairman, the Secretary .and R egistrar, and such other persons as may be designated as such by the Council.

,13. T,hi^.,Dir^.ctor-ln-Chlef shall, bo a whole time b ffib o r appointed .by the Council fo r such period and bn such condi­tion s as the Council may decide.

14, The Registrar shall a.vrhole time paid o f f ic e r and .appointed by the Council fo r such period and on such condi­tion s as the Council may decide and shall function also as Secretary of the- Council.

15. ■ ^nthorlties.?- The fo llow in g shall be the authori­t i e s o f the National In s titu te o f Rural 'Higher Educations-

( i ) National Council for-R u ra l Higher Education.( i i ) Academic Board,

( H i ) Faculty Committees in various Branches o f Study,( iv ) Finance Committee,(v ) Accreditation Boards.

Cvi) Such other ab th oritles as may be constituted by the Cnunci 1. ' ^

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PROCEEDTNGS OF THE COUNCIL ' :

Meetings

16. The Annual' General Meeting of the Council shall be held at such time, date and place as may be determined by the President.

1.7,..,.. The President may convene a special meeting o f the Council whenever he .thinks f i t .

18. Except as otherwise provided in these Rules, a l l meetings o f the Council shall be ca lled by notice under the signature of the Secretary.

19. Every notice ca llin g a meeting o f the Council shall state the date, time and place at v;hich such meeting w il lbe held and shall be served upon every membe.r o f the Council not less than twenty one c lear days before the day'’ appoin­ted for the meeting.

20. Tf the Chairman is not present at the meeting o f the Council, the Vice-Chairman shall be the Chairman o f the meeting. I f the Chairman and the Vice-Chairman are bothnot present, any member .of the Council appointed by the Chair­man in w riting shall be the Chairman of the meeting',

21. Eleven members o f the Council present in person shall form a quorum at every meeting o f the Council.

( i ) A ll disputed questions at the meetings o f the Council shall be determined by vote.

( i l ) In case o f an equality o f votes, the Chairman shall' 'have a casting vote.

22. . . The Registrar shall keep a record o f the proceed­ings o f the Council, and a copy thereof shall be sent to the Government o f India.

C. .Academic Board

23. The a ffa ir s o f the Council, subject to the ru lesand regulations and orders of the Council, shall be admi­n is tered ,d irected and controlled by. an Acad.emic Board whiqh ’shall consist of the fo llow ings- ■ ' "V'

i . D irector in Chief appointed by the Council shall work as the Chairman o f the Board.

i i . Representatives o f the Ministry o f Education.

i i i . Chairman of the Faculty Committee in Agriculture,

iv . Chairman of the Faculty Committee in Engineering,

V. Chairman of the Faculty Committee in Cpoperatlon,

v i . Chairman o f the Faculty Committee in Home Science.

v i i . Chairman of the Faculty Committee fo r Sanitary Inspectors ' Course,

v i i l . Chairman o f the Faculty Committee in small-scale , industries.

lx. One of the Chairmen of the other Humanities in Three Years Diploma Course,

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X. One D irector nominated by the Chairman of the Council from the members o f the National ‘C o u n c i l .

Ix i. One Vlce-Chabcollor nominated by the Chairman of'

the Council.

x i i . R egistrar - Socretary.

2'4. Terms o f o ff ic e .

(a) The term of o f f ic e o f the nominated or appoin­ted members shall hQ three years at a time. However, the' authority which nominates or appoints a person to be a member o f the Board shall have the power to terminate the membership at any time.

(b) I f a member o f the Board becomes a member by reason o f the o f f ic e or appointment he holds, h is membership of the Board shall terminate when he ceases to hold that o f f ic e or appoint­ment .

25, Members of the Board w i l l cease to be such membersi fs - ■ ■ '

(a) they d ie , res ign , become o f unsound mind, become insolvent or be convicted o f a crim inal o ffence invo lving moral teerpitudo;

(b) they do not attend three consecutive meetings , o f the Board without proper leave o f the

■ Chairman o r ■ V ic e -C h a irm a n .

26, A re.signation of membership o f the Board shall be tendered to. the Secretary and ' shall not take e f fe c t u n tili t has been a c c e p te d on b e h a l f o f th e C o u n c i l b y th e Chairman.

27, Any vacancy in the membership o f the Board shall be f i l l e d up by s’.ppointment or nomination by <the authority e n t it le d to ,.make such appointment or np''''-iihation, and ,the person appointed in the vacancy shall hold o f f ic e only fo r •the un-expired period o f the term, o f membership,

275, , The Board shall function notwithstanding that anyper'son who is en tit led to bo a 'me mb a r by reason o f his o f f ie V is not a member o f the Board fo r the time being, and notwithstanding any other vacancy in i t s body whether by the non-apppintmen't by the authority e n t it le d to make the appointment or otherwise , and no act or proceedings o f the Board., shall bo invalidated merely by reason of the happen­ing of any o f the above events or o f any defect in the appointment o f any o f i t s members.

29, The Registrar shall be the Secretary o f the Board,

30. PROCEEDINGS OF THB AG/VDEMIC BOARD

Every meeting of the Board shall .be presided over by the president, in his absence by the Vice-Chairman, and in the absence o f both the Chairman and Vice-Chairman, by a member chosen by the members present at the meeting to preside fo r the occasion.

3'j., F ive members o f the-Board present in person shall constitu te a quorum at any meeting of the Board.

32. Not less-than iO c lear days' notice o f everymeeting of the Board shall be given to each member o f the

Board.

^3.state

IT,Ivery notice ca llin gthe date, tin e and

a meeting o f the Board shall place at which such meeting w i l l

be hold and shall except a otherwise, nrovidod in theseRules, be under the signature o f the Registrar..

34, The Academic Board shall hold at least threemeetings in a -year and not more than six months shall •• elapse between any two meetings o f the Board.

■ Each member o f the 'Board including the D irector shall'have one vote, and i f thor'e shall be an equality

, o f votes' on apy •question to be decided by the Board, the D irector^'shall', ‘in addition,- have a casting Vote.

36, Any business .which i t may be necessary for the'Board to perform, may be carried out by c ircu la tion amongst a l l It'S members and any reso lu tion so circu lated and appro­ved by a m ajority o f the members signing, shall be as e ffe c tu a l and binding as i f such Resolution had been passed at a meeting of the Bonrd provided 'that a tleast ha lf the m'erabers o f the Board have recorded th e ir views on the Resolution, ■

37. ( i ) Subject as herein mentioned in case o f a •dlfferenc.e of opinion amongst the members of the Board, majority shall p re v a il, subject, however , to the vote of the Government of India ■to be communicated 'to the Chairman within a month of the decision ' o f such majority,

( i i ) The Chairman of the National Council may re fe r--- --------J . * w „ * * — ' ••• — — — — —

any question, w h ic h in his, opinion, is of su fficie 'n t importance'.' to ju s t ify such a refepence, for the dacisi.cn o f the -Government o f ■Tndla and-such decisio'n sh ' on the Council and it s Board.

38. FTINCTTQVS AND POWERS OF THB ACADEMIC BOARD

The Academic Board shall generally carry out the ob jects o f the Council as set forth in the Memorand-ura o f •Association.

39. The Academic Board shall have the management of the a f fa ir s and funds of the Institute/Council and shall have authority to exercise a l l the powers of the Council,

40. Academic -Board shall make a ll arrangements fo r the conduct of examinations, appoint. Board o f Moderators, Paper-Setters , head examiners, examiners, checkers, tabu-

superint ondent s and resu lt committees, and as are necessary for the conduct o f exam.l-

la to r s , d o such nations

centrethings

’'Oard v/ill 'decide a l l cases o f un-4 i , The Academic fa i r means.

•42-, The Academic Board shall, award Diploraa/Certificatesand Medals on behalf o f the National-Council fo r Rural Higher Education.

4 3, The'Academic Board shall .appoint committeeS'.-for _the assessment, accrod ftati on, a f f i l ia t io n and recog'nition o f the Rural In s titu tes and frame ru les o f procedure and lay down conditions in this- regard.

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44. The fo r var ioua education with

Board w i l l approve currlcura~~mn}--syllabi courses? and ’ do s ign 'or modify pattern o f

approval o f the Government o f India,

(E )

'is, Re.g.ulations

( i ) With the. previous approval o f the Councilthe Board shall have the power to frame ru les and regulations not inconsistent with those rules? for. the adm inistration and managen.ent o f the a ffa ir s o f the Council.

( i i ) Without prejudice to the gen era lity o f the forego ing provision? such Regulations may provide fo r the fo llow ing matterss-

(a) the preparation and sanction o f budget estimates? the sanctioning o f expenditure, making and execution o f contracts? the invest­ment o f the funds o f the Council and the sale or a lte ra tion o f such investments? and account and audit.

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Cb) powers, functions and conduct o f business by Advisory Boards or Committees? standing and other Sub-Committees as nay be constituted from time to tim e, and the term o f o f f ic e o f th e ir members?

(c) Procedure fo r appointment o f the o f f ic e r s and s ta f f o f the Council arid the In s titu tes and services established and maintained by the Council;

' (d) the terms- and tenure -of appointments; emolu­ments, allov/ances? ru les and d is c ip lin e and other conditions o f services o f the o f f ic e r s and s ta ff o f the Council;

(e) terms and conditions governing stipends, deputations? grant-in-a id? research schemes and projects? provision o f ' extenslori services and

.tra in in g o f teachers;

( f ) such other matters as may be necessary fo r the furtherance o f the ob jectives and the proper ' adm inistration of th e : a f fa ir s of t]ie Council.

46. Subject to these Rules and Regulations? the Board sha ll have the power to appoint a l l ca tegories o f o f f ic e r s and s ta f f fo r conducting the a f fa ir s o f the Council^ to f i x the amount o f th e ir remuneration? subject to budget p rov is ion , and to define th e ir duties.

47. The Bo.ard shall .have the power to enter into arrangements with th e .Government o f In d ia , State Govern­ment and other pub lic .or p riva te organizations or ind i­viduals fo r furtherance o f It^ ob jectives? fo r imple­mentation o f i t s .programmes'and fo r Securing and accepting endowments? gran t-in -a id ,, donations or g i f t s tc the Council on mutually agreed te'rms and-conditions; provid.ed that the conditions o f such grants-in-ald donations or g i f t s shall not be inconsistent or in c o n fl ic t with the ob jec tives o f the Council or with the provisions o f these- Rules.

48. The Board shall have the power to take over and acquire by purchase, g i f t or, dthdrwl.se, from' Gc^Ternraent an.d other public bodies or p fiva te ind iv idua ls , movable

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and inmovable properties or otbor fprids together with any attendant ob ligations and engagements not inconsistent with the objects o f the Council and the provisions of these Rules.

49, The Board shall have the power to s e ll or lease any movable or immovable property o f the Council, provided, however, that no immovable property o f the Council shall be sold without the prior approval o f the Government o f India.

50, The Board may, by Resolution, appoint Advisory Boards or other special committees fo r such purpose.s and with such powers as-the Board nay think f i t 5 and the Board may also d isso lve any o f the, Committees and Advisory Bodies, set up by i t .

51, The Board may delegate to the Registrar o f anyo f i t s mem.bers and/or any other o f f ic e r o f the Council such adm inistrative and fin an c ia l powers and impose such duties as i t deems proper and also prescribe lim ita tion s within which these powers and duties are to be exercised or discharged.

52. Fnculty Committees

The Council shall constitu te as many Faculty Commit­tees as- there are Courses. Besides these. Faculty Commit­tees may be created for important d isc ip lin es in the 3 years Diploma Course in Rural Services. The fo llow ing w i l l be the main Faculty CommitteesJ-

1 . Faculty Cooaittee fo r Engineering,2. Faculty Committoe fo r Agricu ltu ra l Course.3. Faculty Committee fo r Sanitary Inspectors ’ Course.4. Faculty Committee, fo r Concurrent course o f

General Education and Teacher’ s Training.5. Faculty Cormittee fo r Cooperation,6. Faculty Committee fo r Community Development

and Extension.7. Faculty Committee fo r Sm.all Scale Industries.8 . Faculty Comriittee fo r Home Science.

" 9. Faculty Committee fo r Humanities and Social Sciences.

5 3. Functions,

(a ) To frame, modify and review , from time to ' , time curriculum and syllabus and to pres­

crib e tex t books and

,'(b) to advise on matters pertaining to 'the tea- 'ching o f the subject, se lection of Library and supplementary books fo r studies.

54. Compositions.

1. Faculty Committee in Engineering.

( i ) Chairm.an to be nominated by the Chairman, ( i l ) Deputy Educat-.ional Ad vis er (Technical)^

M inistry o f S.R, & C.A.( i i i ) Three eminent Prin cipa ls of Engineering

Colleges,

( g )

( iv ) Three Principa ls o f Engineering fror. Rural In s titu tes .

(v ) Registrar.

2. Fnoultv Co:-rr-!ittee fo r Agricu ltu ra l Course.

Ci) Chair nan to be noninated by the Chairnan.( i i ) A represen tative o f the M inistry o f Food

. and 'Agriculture.( i i i ) Three eninent P rin c ipa ls o f Agricu ltural

Colleges fron d if fe r e n t States.( iv ) Throe Principa ls o f Agricu ltum lColleges

• fron the Rural In s titu tes .■■ (v ) Registrar.

3. Faculty C om ittee fo r Health

( i ) Chairnan to be noninated by the Chairnan.( i i ) On© Representative of the. M inistry o f Health.

( i i i ) 2 representatives o f the State Health Depart- nents - noninated by the Board o f Exaninations.

( iv ) 2 Principa ls fron Rural In stitu tes (S an ita ry Inspectors Course)

(v) 2 Health Educationists - noninated by the Chair.nan,

(v i ) R egistrar.

4. Faculty Connittee fo r Concurrent Course o f General Education and Teacher’ s T ra in ing.

( i ) Chairnan noninated by the Chairnan.( i i ) A represen tative of the M inistry of Education

(S. E .D ivision )( i i i ) One Vice-Chancellor fron the National Council,

( iv ) 2 eninent education ists - noninated by the Pro sident.

(v ) D irector o f the Central In s titu te o f Education, Now Delhi.

(v i ) One ropresentative o f State Governnent concerned,

( v i i ) One D irector o f - a Rural In s titu te .

( v i i i ) Registrar.

5. Faculty C om ittee in English

( i ) Chairnan to be noninated by the Chairnan, '( i i ) Educationists noninated by the Chairnan.

( i i i ) Representative of M inistry o f Education(D.E.A. - TT) . .

( iv ) Representative o f Rural In s titu tes .

FACULTY COMMITTEES IF J- '

POLITIC.AL SCIEFCS. SOCIOLOGY. HOME ' SCI E-npE. . 'COOPERATION. ECONOMICS. HISTORY. SOCIA.L WORK.HINDI AND SOCIAL'EDUCATION.

( i ) Chairnan to be noninated by the President.( i i ) Educationists to be noninated by President.

( i i i ) Representatives of Riiral In s titu tes .

GEOGRAPHY

( i ) Chairnan to be noninator] by the Preslhent.( i i ) One EducationisW.

( i i i ) ' One Representative of R-ural In stitu tes . ■'

COMMUNITY DE1.7SLOPI-4ENT. HXTENSIO J

( i ) Chairr.an to be noninated by Chairnani( l i ) One representative of 'M inistry o f Comunlty

Developnent and Panchayatl Raj.( i i i ) Two representatives o f Pvxiral In s titu tes .

( iv ) Representatives o f Reserve-Bank cf- India.

(v ) One Professor o f Cooperation fron a University,(vl') One person fron the National In stitu te of Con-

nunity Development.

VILLAGE INDUSTRIES

( ! ) Chairman to be nominated by the Chairman.( i i ) Adviser Industries (M inistry of Community

Developnent and Panchyati Raj)( i i i ) One representative o f Handloom Board.

( iv ) One representative o f Khadi and V illa ge Industries Com ission.

(v ) One representative o f Commerce and Industry (Sriall) Industries Corporation)

(v i ) One representative o f Rural In stitu tes .

Registrar w i l l function as Secretary to a l l these Faculty Corr.ittees,55, Powers o f the Chairm'^j. and the Vice-Chairman

The Academiic Board may, by reso lu tion , delegate to the D irector in Chief such o f i t s power fo r the nanagement of its a ffa irs and the conduct o f examinations as i t may deem f i t , subject to the condition that the action taken by the Chairman under the powers delegated under th is ru le shall be reported fo r .confirnation at the next meeting o f the Board.

56, The Chairnan may, in w ritin g , delegate such o f his powers as nay be necessary to the Chairman or any ‘of the persons mentioned in rule 46,

5 7. Powers o f the D irector-in -C h lef.

Subject to any order that nay be passed by the Academic Board, the D irector as the Principa l executive o f f ic e r o f the Council shall be responsible fo r the' proper adm inistration of the a ffa irs o f the Board and the In s t i­tu te ; provided that the D irector nay, vd-th the concurrence o f the Academic Board delegate an o f f ic e powers and func­tion s to p,ny other o f f ic e or authority appointed or estab­lished uhder these ru les,

58. The D irector shall in a l l matter under his'.charge have the powers and duties, assigned to him in^thesp rules and the regu lations that nay be framed from, time to tin e or such poxirers and .duties as .nay be delegated to him by the Council or the Academic Board,

59. The D irector shall pro scribe the duties c f a l l o f f ic e r s and s ta ff of the Council and the In s titu te and sha ll exercise such supervision and d isc ip lin a ry control as nay be necessary5 subject to those ru les and regula­tions that nay be franed.

60. I t shall be the duty o f the D irector to coordinate, exerc ise general supervision over a l l reg iona l Hural In s titu tes in the f ie ld o f research teaching, extension progrannes knd other a c t iv i t ie s under tbie Council,

6 1 . He w il l arrange fo r the accred ition of the reg io ­nal Rural In s t itu te , evaluate and coordinate research reports received fron then, and provide such guidance and advise as nay be necessary.

62. Functions and powers o f the R eg istrar.

Subject to any order that nay be passed by the Academic Board the Registrar shall bo responsible fo r the adn in istration of a f fa ir s o f the Council and the conduct o f examination under the d irec tion and guidance o f .the Directr^^;,.in Chief,

63. The Registrar shall appoint examiners, paper s e tte rs , Supervisory s ta f f and such s ta f f as nay be neces­sary for the conduct of examinations) take neasures ashe nay deen necessary in a' s itu ation of urgency, and report such decisions/act ions to the Academic Board for th e ir approval.

64, The Registrar shall prescribe duties o f a l l ’ the s t a f f ofRthe Council and shall exercise such supervision and d isc ip lin a ry control as nay be necessary subject to the ru les and', regu lations that nay be franed.

65. Funds of the .Council

The funds of the Council shall consist of the fo llo w ln g i-

( 1 ) Grants made by the Government o f India for the furtherance o f the ob jects o f the Council;

( 2 ) Examination fees co llec ted from the candidates;( 3) Income from the assets o f the Council; and(4) Receipts of the Council from other sources.

66, The bankers o f the Council shall be the State Bank o f Ind ia. A ll funds shall be paid into the In s t itu te 's account in tho .Ststte Bank of Ind ia and shall not be with­drawn except through a cheque signed by such o f f ic e r s as nay be duly empowered in th is behalf by the President.

,67. Finance Sub-Connittee

The Council shall appoint a Finance Sub-Committee consisting o f the fo llow ing nonbersJ-

(1 ) One' represen tative o f the M inistry o f Educa-' tion . Not lower than tho rank of J.E.A. (Chairman)

( 2) D irector o f the National In s titu te .

( 3) A represen tative of the M inistry o f Finance.

(4) The R egistrar.

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ave the fo llow ing

69.

(1) To scrutin ise the accounts and budget ostina- tes o f the National Instltuto/Counc-ll and to nake reccrnondations■ to the National Council.

i( 2 ) To consider and riako recemendations to the •

Ac.adenic Beard on proposals fa r now expendi­ture , on account o f the na.ior ..works and pur­chases which shall be referred to the Finance Sub-Comittoe fo r information, before they are considered by the Board. ' * .

(3) To review the finances o f the Council fron tin e to time and to have co.ncurrent audit co,nducted whenever necessary,

(4) To g ive advice and make reconmend at ions i;o the Board- on any other fin an c ia l question a ffec tin g th e '.a ffa irs o f the Council,

ACCOUNTS AND /\I3DIT . '

(1) The Council shall maintain proper accounts and other rolovant records and prepare an annual statement of accounts including, the balance sheet in such form as nay be prescribed by "the CJo-vern-

,, nent o f India in consultation with the Comptroller and- A-uditor General o f India.

( 2) The accou.nts of the Council shall be audited annua.lly by tho Comptroller and Aiiditor General and any expenditure incurred in connection with

■"the audit o f accounts of the Council s.hall be' payable by the Council.

( a ) The Comptroller and Auditor Genoral shall have tho same r igh ts , p r iv ile go s and authority in connection v;lth the audit o f accounts o f the , 'Co.uncil- as the Comptroller and Auditor General has in connection wi-fch' the audit, of "the Govern- nent accounts and, in particu lar j shall have the r igh t to demand the production o f books, accounts connected vouchers and other documents and papers, and to inspect any of the o f f ic e s or in s titu tion o f the Council.

■‘(4-) The accounts o f the Council as c e r t i f ie d by the Comptroller- and .Auditor General, together

.-with 'the audit report thereon shall be forwarded tc the Government o f Ind ia and the Go-vernnent shall Cause the sane t - be laid b.efore the House of Parliament.

,ANNUAL HEP PIT

7-0. An annual report of the proceedings o f the Council and of work undertaken during the year shall bo prepared by the Academic Boar.d fo r tho inform.ration o f tho Govern-m.ent of -j.neta and of the members o f -the Council, A dra ft of the annual report and tho yearly accounts o f the Council shall be placed before the Council at the Annual General Keetirjg for i t s consideration and approval.

AMEMDMBNT CF IlUEIiS A m TglGULATIQNS

Subject to the provisions Lon Act XXI of i860 the

or extend the purposes fo r which w ith the previous concurrence o f I nd ia.

(a)

o f the Soc ieties Council r.iay a lta r i t is established the GoVorn'oent o f

I f the Acad on ic Board shall subr.it the/ proposition fo r such a lte ra tion or extension as aforesaid to the neribers o f the Council in a written or printed report 5

(b) I f the .'\cadenic Boarfd shall convene a specia l general nesting o f the nenbers o f the Council according to the Rules fo r the consideration o f the said proposition ;

(c ) I f such report be delivered or sent by post to every nenber of the Council 14 clean days previous to such specia l general meeting as af o re s a id ;

(d) I f such proposition be agreed to by the votes of 3/5th o f the members o f the Council d e liv e r ­ed in person at such general meeting as a foresa id ; and

(e ) I f such preposition be confirmed by the votes of 3/5th of the nenbers o f the Council present at the second specia l general meeting convened by the Board at an in terva l of one month a fter the former meeting.

.72, The Rules and Regulations o f the Council, except Rule 66 nay be a ltered at any timo with the sanction of the Governr.ent o f Ind ia by a Resolution passed by a majo­r i t y o f the memibers of the Council present at any. meeting of the Council the purpose.

vrhich shall have been duly convened for

7 3 . The sanction of the Government o f India shall be obtained before the Rules and Regulation o f the Council or any amendment to them is brought in force.

U nivers ity Grants Commission

Meetings

3rd April? 1963»

Item 6; To rece ive the views o f the U n ivers ities on the question o f placing on a permanent basis the teaching posts sanctioned under the Five Year Plans in the d iffe ren t U n ive rs it ie s .

The Chairman, in May, 1961, had.recorded as fo llow s;

" I understand that the U n ivers ities sometimes find i t rather d i f f i c u l t to a ttra c t (and reta in ) r e a lly f i r s t - r a t e persons to f i l l the posts sanctioned by the U.G.C. under the fiv e -y ea r development plans, as the posts are not 'permanent’ but fo r a lim ited period only. I think th is is a matter whichrequires carefu l examination; and some solution(e .g . a proportion o f the posts be declared permanent at the time of th eir in s titu tion ) has to be found i f v/e are to obtain the best value fo r our grants."

The matter was accordingly placed before the Commission in the meeting held on 5/6th July, 1961 and the fo llow ing reso lu tion was passed:

"Addl.Item 5s,To consider the question of placing on a•permanent basis the teaching posts sanctioned under the Five Year Plans in .the d iffe ren t U n ivers ities .

The Commission thought that to enable the u n ivers ities to recru it competent teachers fo r -the posts sanctioned under schemes o f planned development, the posts should be generally sanctioned on a- permanent basis and d irected that the matter be taken up with the u n ive rs itie s concerned."

In pursuance o f th is reso lu tion , the u n ivers ities were addressed in tho matter vide our le t t e r No.F.33-55/61(CUP) dated 2nd August, 1961. A copy o f the le t t e r is attached (Appendix I ) . A summary o f the rep lie s received from 29 U n ivers ities and the Indian In s titu te o f Science, Bangalore, in th is regard is als,o attached (Appendix I I ) .

The matter is placed before the Commission.

UNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION ■ RABE.MARG, . NEW DELHI.

Appendix I Itan No. 6

No ,F.3S-55/6l(GUP)

To

The Registrar,

2 August. 1961. Sravana,' 188 3

SUBJECT: INDIAN UNIVERSITIES - l l FIVE YEtlR PLiiN -NATURE OF POSTS SANCTIONED IN THE -

S ir ,

I am directed to say that 4,'t has been represented to the University Grants Commission that under the existing arrarv- gements the Universities often find i t d ifficu lt to attract and retain rea lly f ir s t rate persons to f i l l the posts o f University teachers sanctioned by the University Grants Commission for the fiv e year development plans, as the posts are not treated as 'permanent' but as fo r a lim ited period only. During the 2nd Five Year Plan assistance to the State Universities was given for the creation of posts required for the post-graduate departments on a sharing basis and i t was made clear to the Universities that assistance on that sharing basis w ill continue fo r a period of f iv e years only and thereafter the Universities/ State Governments w ill have to take the entire responsibility on them.selves «

The matter has been re-considered by the Commission and i t has been decided that to enable the Universities to recruit competent teachers for the posts sanctioned under schemes of planned development, the posts should be generally sanctioned on a permanent basis.

I t is therefore suggested that the matter may please be examined and placed before the appropriate authorities of the University and their views on the above suggestion be communicated to the Commission after consultation with the State Governments i f necessary, as early as possible.

This however w il l s t i l l necessitate an assurance from the University that after the f ir s t period of 5 years the posts w ill be continued even when they become the fu ll l ia b i l i t y of the University.

Yours fa ith fu lly ,

Sd/-

(S. MATHAI)S EGRET/iRY.

%Iishra*23/3/63..

Appendix Item No, 6,

Summary of tho viewss received from the various Universities regarding Nature of Posts .sanctionod during I I Five Year Plan. _____ ______

1. /igra University

2, Aligarh Muslim’ University.

3, Allaliabad University.

4. Andhra University.

5. Annamalai University, Th

6. ' Banaras Hindu University

7. Baroda University.

8 , Bh ag alpur Uniyors i t y .

9, Bombay University.

10, Burdwan University:

11, Delhi Univers i t y .

12, Gorakhpur University.

13, Gu j ar at Univers i t y .

Executive Council has resolved that since the State Govt. has already announced the University Grants Commission's scales i t may safely be preslKied that the same w ill be continued even after-the I I I Five Year Plan.

The University h .s approved the recommendations of the Commission with regard to permanent posts of tho toadadrs in the University.

The University has agreed to the recommendations made-by the University Grtints Commission. The .matter has -been taken up with tho State Government to give their consent to declare these posts permenent and to, bear 100 expenditure. As soon as the State Government's consent is received the same w il l be-intimated to the Universitjr Grants Commission.

The syndicate o f the University after consideration have, ordered that the posts sanctioned by the University Grants Commission in 2nd Plan period w ill be continued on permanent basis in a l l the ' Departments i

The University is taking steps to continue -the second Plan posts on a permanent basis,'.The State Government has’ been "approached for its aid and i t may take sometime to get the orders in the matter.

The University agrees in treating a ll posts san­ctioned during 2nd Five Year Plan as permanent posts in future,. r

n.11 the posts sanctioned by the University Grants Commission imder various development-; schemes in H,S T &-5ingineering have been instituted and considered as permanent posts in the University,

The University agrees with the view of the Commission that competent teachers can be recruited only when the posts are sanctioned generally on a permanent basis. ’’

A ll appointments in the new post-graduate teaching departments sanctioned by the University Grants Commission have been made on permeinent basis.

A ll wholetime teaching posts are generally sanctioned on permanent basis^’in this University,

The University authorities have welcomed the proposal.

The University have accepted the suggestion of the University Grants Commission subject to the approvalof the State Government.

The University has been generally in agreement with the view that the teaching pds.ts in the various University departments shoifLd be generally sanctionod on a permanent b aa ia s . A ll recruitment to teaching posts in this University have been, so far,mfe.d a permanent basis.

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14. Kalyani University.

15. Karnatak University.

16.

The teaching posts of this University are created'*Xj on permanent basis and the appointments are made accordingly.

A ll appointments are made on a contract basis for a period of 5 years in the 1st instance which is provided i'or in the Act of the University and this contract is renewed thereafter on the terms and conc^ticns. acceptable to both the sides and th,e procedure is working sa tis factorily .

The idea is that i f the University teachers _ are appointed on, a permanent basis , they are not

like ly ' to put in their best e ffo rts . Experience shows that the permanent officers very often engage themselves (a) in party po litics and (b) show indifference to their work. They do not r e v is e that their continuance in the departments depends in their continued efforts in teaching and research. In the circumstances, in the opinion of the University the contract system works wfell and is in the interest of the University as well as the teachers. This matter is at present under consideration of the University.

Kurukshetra University. The University have no posts as yet sanctioned by theUniversity Grants Commission and as such no action is considered necessary on their part.

17. Madras University.

18, Marath“*.wada University.

19, Nagpur University,

20. Osmania University.

21. Panjab University.

The Univrsity-had a discussion with the representative o f the State Government as well as with the Finance Commission and impressed upon them the need for the allotment of funds for the continuance of the scheme on permanent basis. .

The University is in favour of the suggestion made by the Commission that the posts of teachers *reated under Development Plans of the University, with the assistance from the University Grants Commission, should be generally sanctioned on.permanent basis, so as to attract and retain rea lly f ir s t rate persons in the University. ^

The appointment of teachers in Nagpur University ' are already being made on a permanent basis,

Recommendations made by the University Grants Commission were considered by the Vice-Chancellors of the Universities in Andhra Pradesh at a Conference held in Madras in February, 1962 who resolved that the Commission need not insist at this stage that the University should make the I I I Plan scales permanextt but Universities should be allowed to treat the difference of pay between the two scales as a temporary allowance to enable them to correspond with the Government and arrive at a decision before the end of the I I I Plan.

The University has sanctioned a ll the teaching posts on a permanent basis.

(P.T.O.)

2 2 ^ S ’augar University,

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2 3, S .N.D ,T . Women's University;

24, Sri Venkateswara University,

(3)q q

The University fu lly agrees with the suggestions of the University Grants Commission, The appointments to the posts sanctioned by the University Grants Commission under schemes of plan developments are being made on permanent basis.

The University generally 'OKeg&As ppsta-’j n-. a permanent basis,

The matter was considered by the Vic&-Chancellor's of the Andhra Pradesh Universities in their meeting held on 13-2-1962 and have resolved that the Commission need hot ins'ist upon, at this stage, fo r the Universities to make the third plan scales permanent but allow the Universities to treat the posts as temporary on allowance basis. This w ill give the Universities su fficien t time to correspond with the State Government and arrive at a decision.

25, U.P. ilgricultural University,

26. Utkal University.

27. Vikram Universitj?-,

28. Visvar-Bharati,

29. I.A .R .I.

The University is in agreement with the general suggestion that posts when sanctioned should be on permanent basis in order to attract qtialified personnel.

The teaching posts in the post-graduate departments have been created by the University on permanent basis <

The syndicate o f the University is of the opinion that the s ta ff be recruited on permanent basis. (This University has also taken up the matter with the State Government for agreeing to place necessary funds at the disposal of the University after 5 years)f

The University is in fu ll agreement with the U.G,C.'s suggestion that a l l academic posts sanctioned by the University Grants Commission for the 5 years, development plans should be generally sanctioned on a permanent basis so that rea lly f ir s t rate' per­sons may be attracted to the teaching profession.

The Institute has no suggestion to o ffer since the post-graduate school of the Institute is a Central Government Institu te.

30, Indian Institute of Science,

A l l posts sanctioned under the expansion programme of the Institute have been created on a permanent basis.

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^ishra^ 2 3/3/63.

University Grants Commission

Meeting?

3rd April 1963

Item 1% To consider the suggestions made by theInformal Consultative Committee, of Members of parliament on Education.

The Ministry of Education has forwarded to the U.G.C., a copy of the minutes of the meeting of the Informal Consultative Committee of Members of Parliament on Education held on 5,12.1962, The committee has made the following suggestions

”1, A research bureau should be established at the national level and students bu ilt up psychologically to meet the present emergency and their spare time should be u tilised for increasing agricultural production etc* of the country.

2. Lady teachers should be encouraged to get training in first-iaid and nursing.

3. School and college vacations should be so programmed that during those vaqations students should be able to undergo some technical training or in the case of v illage students agricultural training.

4. Radical changes in the plan-provision should be made to establish a larger number of technological institutions.

5. In order to reduce the cost of education and to effect some savings a l l round, changes in the text books should not be brought about for some time to come."

The Ministry of Education has desired that action, i f any, which may be taken by the Commission on these suggest­ions may be intimated to the Ministry in due course.

As regards item 5 of the suggestions, i t may be stated that in January, 1960, the Ministry of Commerce and Industry had appointed a committee to investigate certain complaints regarding distribution and supply of papers. This committee had recommended that in order that the consumption of paper is kept at a reasonable level and wastage of paper is avoided, the Universities be requested to prescribe text books for a period of at least 3 years at a time. The Uni­versities have generally favoured the recommendation*

.Tho suggestions made by the Informal Consultative Committee of Members of Parliament are placed before the Commission.

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Bated 3rd A p r il, 1953.

itcn iMp.8: To consider thi. letto .r received frcni t he h in ii'!try • ■ ot Education rctvardin^- the rt cori-endatio-io o f tne f i r s t a ll Ir.'jia sports in respecto f the Giiplcy. ent o f coaches trained, by t ’u. hatio''a.l IviOtitute ox Sports by tlio Univex-’S it ie s and Col lege s .

Tjin H i0.10try o f hducatior ha;.-; ou posted that the Co'.iaiasio.-';

.'rnai'' include in its achorae o f fin an p ia l aasietance to un ivers ities/

pollegv-j3, pr(.i/ision to mef I expend i t ux'C, to be incur'red on the

appointment o:f coaches trained by t he ihitlonsj In s titu te o f Sports.

A copy of tixe Hir.ic lx’y o f Education le t t e r ho, T. i i_2Q:^62-PjSII

dated 7t.!i i-.uX'Cb, 19C5 in tn is re;';.ard is enclosed (i'.ppcndix I ) ,

The matter is placed b< fone; tho Co i r::'.ssloe.

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i'Q.i' .U-2C/>^'2~¥L.2 G ov e r niat; nt of I no i a, M iiiiotrv of F-ducati('i-'

Kg a' Delhi, 7th March, 1963'

Appendix I to Item No. 8.

c>hri A.A.Aaj’acn;->-;iox an,Deputy S':--cr.. Lary to toe, Govern.terit o f Ijjd;

The Secretary,U n iversity Gr.'.-ni s Co .mission, K a fi MaPf,, Df-Ohi.

Subjoc' :-K'.':-co.an.cni'at ion of the h irs t 111 India Sports C o r if '. j0 - K,.;iploy .ont o f th- Kationu.,1 In stitu te o f Sports traii.cdh.&ach&o jlLJt h£ un:i V ere i1;ics _ arj_.P c>llo...uiL

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1 .0 'I directec: to st; to that thi?- l ir iu try h-io t up Kctior.al In s titu te o f Sports at l i t i a l a vrith the x:aiu object ox producing' ccachfs of hiy;h ca iibrt ir vyrioo.s brirnchv: of sporto and g a,..es. The Institu te h-i coupletcd "-wc 'i-|-.oc tra in ing ccuisos ard tlm th ird one jo nou in progress. T h x; anee cove rid are A tn le tics , Gyirnastics, Wrestlin. , CricLe-c, • cl l<gy ;.'alLl, I'ootb.xll, it .h key,B■•,a..dnton and T'ern-is. 'i'ne Iristitutc- propoS'^n to oto.rt. uu.e year an., three ye regu l'ir courseg in lu ly , 19o3.

2, T'he quistion of employ-rent o f the coacooG tra i''’’ed at theIns-titute has beeri ete-aglny t ie attei>tio.n o f th e Govor...i ..e.nt, 1 he h ir s t A l l Ind ia Sports C'ongrc s- w:dch held ir K'ow Ds.1 ui from 12th to 14th ‘'^arch, 1962, intcr-..di'.; nd£-d t.rrt tneUnivv,ioity Grants Co iuenio-'' lUy be reruoeted to help in jrovidi-ng employ..ve nt to the lig.; grad., coaom.s t rai-'e-d at the Ir^ t itu te .by jiiokir'g px’ovision i. its ncjiei.-e oi’ 'Ji- ’Cncial .'jasiolar e to th-- Univor? it ie s to cover exT-e:',ses e fis ity , out o f the a 'oointment o f buci; coacnea by t r.e c j_V' :rs i li. u ..md Oo.l.‘'ogvS. This ri t. oei e d- ation has been ei,:dcrced ujr tin. n il Indi .. c ouncil or 3v<orts.

3. .This jiin is tr;; hr.o alr..ud,y i'••yu^d c irc-ila r l«tteu o (copiesonc'lo'--od) to a l l t.iie UniV'. it:i.n. o f 'Lrained ooacieo in inajor

augf'nstin,. to th i c i n w ]i ic hi a uo i c o-ac e.

. anploymer I ai'fe availab le.

CGaci.tr oy the U?:iversi..ie w i l l fo a long at b r iv e rs itv le v e l . Jt is , hore%u.'r, f e l t

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4. Ih ' employ .ent of vmy in prom.otiii- Bj.orrG .th'-t in view of th- lim it,'. s with t h..:,.. bn iversii i,.'3 anColleges fo r cpo.rbS and g-i, es, they riiglit £ird i t df'-' icu ]t to employ coacnoe wjtiio'ax substantial =-.sn is r anoe iron tho U n iversity Gre.ri-v/ Cc .,ri; ios io r . I t -woul , therefore., very much fa < jillta tc the- iiLpleraentat j on (.f the rec-om .erdatien .iadr by the Congr ' ■ i-' theCc'.,iiuission coula kindly in.cTude iii its ochcino c' t i n a r o l a l assiatar.cf to U n iver-it iee , p.rev ision to .T.Gi.t expe-v'it ere to -oe inc ..;ri\.d on the.- ai pc:L..t!,it r:t of j' tiona? Institute, of Sports tr.r’inon coa{i.ne.r by the '■n'jivcna it y and Colleges,

9.Minis

T he.' t r y .

action taken in tiic matter ..-ay kinuly oe i t i at', d to this

Y ours f a it hful3 y .

Sd/-

(. , h. h a>.a o i.andran} Deputy Secretary.

Pro.

To

W c .^ ' . 1 1 - 2 C ) / r > 2 ~ I j 2 ,G ov era mo n t o f India, Ministry' o f ''Miucation @

Nev Delhi, the 13th Po'bruay, 1963.

Shri ii.L . Anand,Under Secretary to t he Government o f India.' .

The ■ A l l

Ecj^istrar,the U n ivers ities in India.

Subject: - National In s titu te o f Sports - Employment o f trained coabhes.

Sirh

I am diz’ected to s ta te that on the recommendations ■'S’f the A l l Ind ia Gouncil of Sports the U n ivers ities were advised in th is M in istry le t t e r Nq . . 11-23/60-PE2 d-.tedthe 3th

l i f i e d coaches t o impart training, to distinf>ais.h t..omselves in the various

July, 1961 to e:^ploy qui u n ivers ity students xv.vofeames and sports. In this connection I am to inform you that th is M in istry h.is s*et up National In s titu te o f Sports ...t P a tia la whore specia lised txainiry., in VeU-ious branc.-e's o f Sports and £ ames is impart on, mostly under the supervision o f experts from abroad. The In s titu te started functioning w ith the introduction of ad.-hcc tra in in ,, course o f 6 mpntijs d.uzation and the th ird ad-hoc course w i l l end towards the end .of this moat-x.. i ’me £,a:m.s sports which have been■covered so f^-r in tme trainin^^ prop,rai..me are Hockey, Crici, Poo tba ll, Gymnastics, A tliL etics , V o lle y b a ll, T,ennis, Badminton, Wrestlini_i. The In s titu te w i l l s ta r t its regular course of tra in ing of one year and three years in July, 1 963. '

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I t is f e l t that emplcy.-6nt o f coaches qu a lified fro..; the In s titu te by U n ivers ities and Colleges w i l l f a c i l i ta te Systematic co.;.oning in various sports in educational irptitutions.. The D irecto r, National In s titu te cf Sports, P a tia la w i l l be glad to sugf^x,st tx*e names o f su itab le persons fo r employment as and when a U n iversity or College makes a reference to him.

Y 0 urs f a i t hf u 1 Ijiy

Sd/-

(R.L. Anand) tinder Secretary,

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ii0.1'. 1 1 -2y/60-PE .Govcrni„ent o f -i-::dia, M in is fiy o f Education.

Ecw Delhi, tilt tjth July, 19-61

Shi’ i C .l. Di-iin _ ra, ,<•Under Societ.cry to the Goveiri..ient o f India.

■ JTSof ,.J.l Ind-ar. U n ivers ities .

Subject:-E_pioy;iicnt o f qua lified coachu-s topimpart tra in ing to Unive rs i t y s tudcnts .

S i r ,

Ail one 01 its mectingstthe A ll India Council o f Sports considered the f-ollowirit, proposal.

"Usua.lly the rv^presentativts of countries in " In ternationa l Co..-.pc t i t ions arc between the a{,es of 17 and 22 ye^rs. This, is roug..l.y tiiC U n iversity a,.,e group's. Sonehow University Athletes/Splrtsmen shoul-. be encour.-(^<-d and brought to the fo r e - fr o n t ."

The Council f e l t t.-.-.tthe Universities s..ould eiupldy qu a lified coach<.s to impart training-, to U n iversity students who distine,uish the...selvos in the various games and sports. The pos ition in-s o fa r as your U n iversity is ccnc^ir,ed or the action tlie U n iversity propc33e to take in the matter may kindly be intimated to t..is M inistry.

Yours fa i t . . fu l l ,y s

S d/-( C . L-.D hingr a) Under Secretary.

Item 9j To consider a note regarding the basis o f admission to the Engineering College at Banaras Hindu U n iversity .

Some time back i t was brought to the notice o f the Commission' that'admissions to the Colleges o f Engineering at the Banaras Hindu U n iversity were made on the basis o f a State-w ise qi^ota fix ed by the u n ivers ity and that a provision has a lso been made fo r admission o f the sons and daughters o f fu ll- t im e permanent u n ivers ity employees i f they have secured the minimum percentage o f marks prescribed fo r admission to the co llege concerned where there was no minimum prescribed, 10% weightage being given by the u n ivers ity . The State--wise reservation made in the d if fe re n t Colleges o f Engineering during1961-62 by the U n iversity is enclosed (A.ppendix I ) .

This matter was discussed at the informal meeting o f the Vice-Chancellors o f the Central U n ivers ities in th e ir meeting held on 6th September, 1962 and the Vice-Chancellors f e l t that i f a U n iversity thinks i t is reasonable and desirab le to show preference to i t s own studencs fo r admission to d iffe ren t courses, i t may reserve a certa in percentage o f seats fo r th is purpose, provided the students f u l f i l the minimum qu a lifica tion s la id down, but the rest o f the admissions should be made on m erit only and on an ^ 1 - India basis, without making any reservations fo r communities or S tates, I t was also f e l t that

.no specia l reservations should be made fo r admissions towards o f employees o f the u n ivers ity .

In the l ig h t o f those c r i t e r ia , the Banaras Hindu U n iversity was requested to review th e ir rules o f admission to d if fe r e n t courses. The U n ivers ity , however, informed that the matter was considered by the Academic Council at i t s meeting held on 3rd October, 1962 and i t was resolved that the State quota should remain, because?

( i ) The U n iversity is an A l l India Universitycatering fo r students from a l l over.the country.

( i i ) There is no uniform ity o f standards p reva ilin g in the U n ivers ities scattered throughout ’the country.

( i i i ) This provision was conducive to the building up o f National In tegra tion .

The U n iversity further decided that concessions given to the sons and/or daughters o f fu ll- t im e employees o f the University in the matter o f admission, provided they fu l f i l l e d the minimum q u a lific a tio n s , should be continued because;

(a ) I t is a provision fo r the w elfare o f the teachers themselves,

(b ) Even though th is provision has been in existence ' ever since the U niversity was established, the maximum number o f students admitted each year under th is provision has been very small in technical courses.

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In the l ig h t o f the decision communicated by the Banaras Hindu University as indicated above, the matter was again considered by the Vice-Chancellors o f the Central U n ivers ities in th e ir meeting held on 18th January, 1963.The Vice-Chancellors wore generally o f the opinion that i t would not be desirable to provide reservation on Stdte- ■ • wise quota in the Central U n ivers ities . I t was f e l t that admission should be made on an A.11 India basis and that the U n iversity be requested to re-consider th is and accordingly work out a formula fo r admissiona. The Vice-Chancellors were also not in favour o f reserving eeats fo r the wards o f the employees o f the U n iversity, I t was further suggested that i t would perhaps be b e tte r i f certa in reservations were provided fo r students o f the University i t s e l f rather than reserving seats on the basis o f dom icile. The above decision was communicated to the University which appointed a Committee with the Pro-Vice-Chancellor as the Chairman to consider the matter. The Committee has recommended?

1) The quota system prescribed fo r admission o f candidates should be Continued.

2) The number o f seats assigned to d iffe ren t States be revised on the basis o f

a) candidates who have passed the qualify ing examination ava ilab le in a State

b) number o f seats availab le in the University i t s e l f fo r admission in the technical Colleges,

The Committee also f e l t that no competitive examinat­ion be. held fo r purposes o f admission to the technical Colleges, as th e-ex istin g system o f admissions on the basis o f State quota was working quite w e ll. As regards the fa c i l i t i e s given to the sons and/or daughters o f the employees o f the University fo r admission to the technical Colleges, the Committee., was o f the view” that the ex istin g f a c i l i t i e s should be continued, as th is arrangement has not created any problem fo r the U n iversity.

As the Banaras Hindu University is one o f the four Central U n ivers ities whose en tire expenditure, both fo r main­tenance and development is met by the Centre, i t has been f e l t that admissions to i t s various courses should be made on an ■All-India basis. The present procedure followed by the Banaras Hindu University in th is regard is placed before the Commission fo r consideration to determine i f any revis ion is- necessary.

BMARAS HINDU UNIVliRSITY Appendix I to Item No, 9.

STATE-WISE QUOTA OF FIRST m R OF THE FIVE YEARS INTEGRilTED COURSE INTECHNOLOGY FOR THE SESSION 1961^62.

1. Andhra Pradesh 15

2. jlssam ’ 04

3. Bihar 20

4. Delhi 15

5. Gujarat 01

6. Jammu & Kashmir 04•

7. Kerala 08

84 Madhya Pradesh 08

9. Madras 07

10. MahoJBeahtTa 13

11, Mysore 08

12. Oriss a 08

13. Rajasthan 10

14. Panjab 20

15. Uttar Pradesh 80

16. West Bengal 25

17.' Himachal Pradesh 02

18 . Nepali Foreign States 05& Centrally Adminis­trated States

2 51

BANARAS HINDU UNIVEESITY

Reservation of seats for States, for the 2nd ye--ir of Eive' Years integrated Course in Technology.____ .

Name- of State No. of seats No. of seatsReserved for Reserved for(2nd Yr B.Sc.) (2nd Yr. -B.Pharm.) Chem. Engg.) - ■ _________________

1 . Uttar Pradesh 10 18 •3

2 . Madhya Pradesh 4 2

8-, Rajasthan 4 2

iSorala State 4 2

5. Mysore State 2 1

6. "ndhra State 2 1

V. Madras State 4 1

8 . Maharashtra 2 d

9. Gu j arat 2•a - -

10. Orissa 2 1

11. Bengal (west) 4 1

12 . Assam 2 ■ 1

13. Delhi 2 1

14. Punjab (East) 2 i

15. Bihar 2 • 1

16, Kashmir 2 1

17, Other Territories 2 1

60 23

BANARi HINDU UNIVERSITY4Reservation of seats for States in the degartments of Mining.

Name of States No. of seats Reserved.

Andhra

Assam

Bengal

Bihar

Gujarat

Jammu & Kashmir

Kerala

M.P.

Madras

Mysore

Maharashtra

Orissa

Punjab

Rajasthan

U.P.

Hari jan

Delhi

Central Ad. Areas

Foreign Countries

3

1

1

3

1-

1

2

2

1

2

1

2

3

2

10

1

2

1

1

40

1 0 ) BANARjiS HINDU UNIVERSITY

Reservation- of seats -for States in the Department of Ketall'urgy.

Name of State No of seats Resei^ed.

Andhra

Assam

Bihar

Delhi

Gujarat

Jammu & Kashmir

K erala

Madhya Pradesh

Madras

Mysore

Maharashtra

Orissa

Rajasthan

Punjab

Himachal Pradesh

Tripura

Uttar Pradesh

West Bengal

Nepal

'Foreign State

Hari jan

C.A. Area (Centrallyidministerd areas)

5

1

4

3

1

2

3

1

1

2

1

6

1

5

20

1

1

1

1

W

Reservation of seats fo r States fo r the^2ndYear o f Five Year Integrated Covirse in Engineering.

Name of State

Andhra

Assam

Bihar

Delhi

Gujarat

Jammu & Kashmir

Kerala

Madhya Pradesh

Madras

Maharashtra

Mysore

Orissa

Rujasthan

Punjab

Himachal Pradesh

Uttar Pradesh

West Bengal

Nepal

Foreign State

To-Valj-

■ No, of seats reserved.

10

7

9

8

8

4

8

15

10

12

9

6

12

30

2

81

30

2

5

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Itom 10; To c o n s id e r a p ro p o s a l from the Banaras Hindu U n iv e r s i t y f o r th e es tab lish m en t o f an E x tens ion Wing a t the C o l le g e o f i i g r i c u l tu r e.

On a p ro p o s a l made by the Banaras Hindu U n iv e r s i t y , the Government o f In d ia in the M in is t r y o f Food & A g r ic u l tu r e have o f f e r e d to e s t a b l i s h an E x tens ion Centre f o r the A g r i ­c u l t u r a l C o l le g e a t the Banaras Hindu U n iv e r s i t y . The exp en d itu re on th is C e n tre ,b o th R ecu rr in g and N on -recu rr in g du r in g 1963-64 to 1965-66, i . e , du ring the r e s t o f the cu rren t P lan P e r io d w i l l . b e met by the Government o f In d ia through the S ta te Government on the d e f i n i t e understand ing th a t t h i s w i l l be t r e a t e d as a committed exp en d itu re to be met by the Banaras Hindu U n iv e r s i t y a f t e r 1965-66. The maintenance exp en d itu re on t h i s scheme i s es t im a ted to be Rs.55,000/- during 1966-67.

The U n iv e r s i t y has a ccep ted the p ro p o s a l and assu red the Government th a t i t i s p repared to meet the e n t i r e c o s t o f the Wing' a f t e r 1965-66. The U n iv e r s i t y has a ls o approached the .Commission w ith the re q u es t th a t t h i s exp en d itu re be in c lu d ed in the B lock g ran t th a t may be p ayab le to the U n iv e r s i t y f o r the 4 th P lan p e r io d .

The p ro p o s a l o f the U n iv e r s i t y i s p la c ed b e fo r e the Commission f o r c o n s id e r a t io n .

U niversity Grants Commission

Meeting:

3rd A p r il, 1963.

Item 11: To consider a roferonco from the Visva-Bharati U n iversity regarding the .fuiure o f tho. .R n ra l-In stitu te , Srlnjketah. .

The Vice-Chancellor, Visva-Bharati U n iversity has intimated to the Commission that the U n ivers ity proposes to take-over the Rural In s titu te established at .. .Sriniketan fo r which assistance is given by the Central Government, a copy o f the le t t e r received from the Vice-Chancellor in th is connection is attached (Appendix I ) . The U n ivers ity has been requested to send more d e ta ils regarding the proposal, p a rticu la r ly with reference to the fin an c ia l im plications involved. The information is awaited.

The proposal is placed before the Commission fo r consideration.

Appendix I to Item 11

Copy o f D.O .dated 6th March, 1963 from Shri S.R.Das, V ice-Chancellor, V isva-Bharati to Dr. D .S.Kothari, Chairman, U n iversity Grants Commission.

Re: Rural In s titu te - Srln iketan ^

You may be awar^ that Visva-Bharati has been running a Rural In s titu te at Srlniketan with the fin an c ia l assistance from the Union M in istry o f Education. The Rural In s t itu te , as at present constitu ted , is not w ith in the ju r isd ic tio n o f o\ir Academic Council, i t s syllabus being framed, its examina­tion being held and its diplomas being awarded by the National Council o f Rural Education, M in istry o f Education, r Aparii from the serious doubt as to the le g a l i t y o f Visva Bharati, as a U n ivers ity , undertaking to merely coach students to q u a lify fo r a diploma o f a fo re ign body i t i s , I consider, improper fo r a U n ivers ity to engage i t s e l f as a mere agent o f an extra­neous au thority . I have, th ere fo re , taken up the matter with our Chancellor(Shri Jawaharlal Nehru) and our Education Minis­te r (Dr. S h rim a li). Our Chancellor fu l ly agrees that we should strengthen our P a l l l Samgathan Vibhaga, get our Rural In s titu te d is a f f i l ia t e d from the National Council o f Rural Education and make i t an in tegra l part o f our U n ivers ity with our own s y lla ­bus, our own examination and our own diplomas. The Chief Minis­te r o f West Bengal also agrees that such a course would enable his Government to immediately recognise the diplomas given by Visva Bharati, I f the se ttin g up o f a Rural In s titu te o f our own on the lin es indicated by dur Founder-President, Dr, Rabindra Nath Tagore, means that we sh a ll have to look to the Commission fo r the necessary finance, I hope you w i l l find i t possible to extend your support to our proposal.

Item 12i

Meeting;

3rd A p r il 1963

University Grants Coimnission

To consider a proposal from the A ligarh Muslim U n iversity fo r the appointment.of a Professor o f Sanskrit.

The A ligarh Muslim U n iversity desires to separate

teaching and research in Sanskrit from the present composite

Department o f Hindi and Sanskrit; The appointment o f a

Professor is considered necessary fo r the proper organisation

o f the work o f the Sanskrit Department proposed to be set up

and also in view o f the importance that may be given to th is

subject in the U n iversity .

The matter is placed before the Commission fo r orders,

U niversity Grants Commission

Meetingj

3rd A p r il 1963

Item 13i To receive a note from the D elh i-U n iversity that no new College w i l l be opened in Delhi during 1963-64 in the l ig h t o f the communi­cation from the Planning Commission.

The Delhi U n iversity have intimated that the

D irector o f Education, Delhi has forwarded to them the

fo llow in g extracts from a c ircu la r le t t e r issued by the

Planning Commission;- «

"Proposals fo r opening o f new u n ive rs itie s and new arts co lleges should be postponed. This may be counterbalanced by increase in admission capacity in some o f the smaller co lleges

The Delhi U n iversity is accordingly deferring

consideration o f proposals fo r s ta rting new co lleges in

the-academic year 1963-64,I

The matter is reported to the Commission,

M eeting :

Grd A p r i l 1963

University Grants Comnission

I te n 14: To fu r th e r cons ider the proposa l o f theGujarat U n iv e rs i ty to naiie the U n i v e r s i t y L ib ra ry b u i ld in g a f t e r the decoaso’d hothei^ o f a donor.

The proposa l of. the Gujarat U n iv e r s i ty to nanie-

'the nev; l ib r a r y b u i ld in g to be construc ted at a co s t o f

?u, 8 lakhs C^s."9 lakhs in c lu s iv e o f f i t t i n g s e t c . ) w ith

ass is tan ce fron the C o m is s io n , a f t e r the deceased mother

o f a donor, who i s prepared to g iv e Rs. 4 lakhs f o r the

p r o j e c t , was considered, by the'Conrnission at i t s m eeting

h e ld on 6th September, 1962, The Comnission welcomed the

donation but was not g en e ra l ly in favour o f a l i b r a r y be ing

named a f t e r a p r iv a te donor (m erely on the ground that. 50$

o f the cos t o f the b u i ld in g was b e ing p rov ided by h im ).

I t i/as f e l t tha t the need o f the s i tu a t io n may be adequately

met by p ro v id in g a s u ita b le plaque announcing the grant by

the donor (Res. No, 13 d t , 5th September, 1962),

2, The d e c is ion o f the Comnission was Communicated

to the u n iv e r s i t y . The U n iv e rs i ty has aga in s tre s sed the

po in t tha t acceptance o f the g i f t on the donor’ s c o n d it ion

w i l l save the U n iv e rs i ty Grants Commission as w e l l as the

S ta te Government a con s id erab le amount o f money in the

presen t s i tu a t io n o f f in a n c ia l s t r in gen cy (V ic e -C h a n ce l lo r ’ s

l e t t e r No, vC/569 dated 8th January 1963 i s a ttached -

Annexure I ) ,

The m atter i s again p laced b e fo re the Commission

f o r co n s id e ra t ion .

iw'jj.iesnJ.re I to Item 14

Copy o f D.O. l e t t e r No. V.C/569 dated 8th January 1963 from the V ice -C h an ce llo r , Gujarat U n iv e rs ity to the Chairman, U.G.C.

May I once again in v i t e a re fe ren ce to the correspondence ending w ith my D.O. l e t t e r No. V.C/282 dated 28th June 1962 and r e v e r t to the question o f naming the U n iv e rs i ty L ib ra ry a f t e r the deceased mother o f a donor who proposes to donate a sum o f Rupees fou r la cs towards the cost o f construc tion o f the b u i ld in g o f the U n iv e rs i ty L ib ra ry which, as you know, has been included among the approved p ro je c ts o f my U n iv e rs i ty under the Development plan during the Th ird Plan Period? Your rep ly was o f course rece iv ed under the vSecretary's l e t t e r No. F. 10-2/62(H) dated 24th September 1962.

The t o t a l estim ated cost o f construction o f the L ib ra ry b u i ld in g , as you know, i s Rupees e igh t la c s , the share o f the U n iv e rs i ty Grants Commission be ing 75% i . e . Rupees s ix la c s . When the proposals f o r the Development Schemes f o r the Th ird Plan Per iod were prepared, i t v/as expected that the S ta te Government would pay a matching con tr ib u t ion o f Rupees;’ two la cs towards i t s co s t .We have, however, not as y e t rece ived any hopefu l response from the S ta te Government and in v iew o f the present emergency, i t i s very ^ l i k e l y that our expec ta t ions o f f in a n c ia l ass is tance from the S tate Government may not a l l be r e a l is e d . The circumstances have s ince cons iderab ly changed on account o f the N a t ion a l Emergency and i t s consequent impact on the finances a v a i la b le f o r our Development P r o je c t s . L e f t s t r i c t l y to our own resources, I am a f r a id , the U n iv e rs i ty v/ ill not f in d i t easy to spare that much amount.

Under the circumstances, th e r e fo r e , i t appears to me that th is o f f e r o f a donation has come as a God sent o f f e r a t a very appropr ia te t im e, and should be a v a i le d o f b e fo re the donor chooses to d iv e r t h is flov/ o f ch a r ity in to o th e r 'ch a n n e ls . I t w i l l r e l i e v e not on ly the S ta te Government o f the f in a n c ia l burden to the ex ten t o f Rupees two la cs but w i l l a lso reduce the f in a n c ia l burden to the ex ten t o f RUpoes two la cs o f the U n iv e rs ity Grants Commission, thus saving Rupees fou r la cs to the n a tion a l exchequer.

May I , th e r e fo r e , once again request you to rev iew the m atter in the l i g h t o f the present circumstances o f the N a tiona l Emergency and our im pera tive n eed 'to economise, and move the Commission to accord i t s sanction to tho acceptance o f the donation on cond it ion that the L ib ra ry bu ild in g be named as per the donor 's d es ire?

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V/ith kind i-eyards

University Grants Commission

Meeting;

Dated 3rd A p r il , 1963'

Item 15: To consider the recommendations o f A l l IndiaCouncil for Technical Education regarding the increase in Intake a-6 the C ollege o f Engineering and Technology, A ligarh Muslim U n ivers ity from 120 to 240 and fo r provision o f separate labora­to r ie s and workshops fo r the ^Tniversity Polytechnic

:e ilig c r'' dni'’’c rc ity naa suV il • f ah 3 f-i fo r ( a)the expansion o f the College o f Engineering and Technology, and (b) provision o f separate laboratories and workshops fo r the U n ivers ity Polytechnic during, the Third Plan period. A fte r examination o f th is scheme, the A l l India Council fo r Technical Education has recommended that the present intake o f 120 students (60 for C iv i l , 30 each fo r E le c tr ic a l and Mechanical) at the College o f Engineering be increased to 240 students(60 fo r C iv i l and 90 each fo r E le c tr ic a l and Mechanical) . The fo llow ing estiipates o f cost have been recommended for e ffe c t in g the said ex,pansion at the In s titu - t io n :-

Non-recurrlhg

I - Bitldings (p lin th area 58,043 s q . f t . )

Equipment e tc .

Tota l N.R.

I I - Recurring

S ta f f Salary Maintenance

HostelEstimated cost fo r 540 students

Approved cost

8 ,10,760 (approx)

9,75^25^

17,85,*50

6.20.5501,00 ,000

7.20.550 p.a

13,98,600

The recurring grant payable w i l l be determined on net d e f ic i t basis a fte r taking income from fees (which is estimated to be Rs. 1,41,000/-) in to account.

•With the increase o f intake in the degree courses from 120 to 240 and the extension o f the duration o f the courses-to 5 years, i t would no longer be possible fo r the Engineering College laboratories and workshops to cater to the needs o f the students o f the diploma courses also con­sidering the large s ize o f the U n ivers ity Polytechnic, the A l l India Council for Technical Education has recommended separate laboratories and workshops fo r i t . The estimates o f cost fo r th is purpose are as fo llo w s ;-

Non-recurring

Building (p lin th area 19,475 s q . f t . )'

2,53,90# (approx)

, . . . p . 2 /—

Equipment including Library and FurnituVe.

Tota l

10,26 ,100

12,80,000

. I f 't h e recommendations o f the A l l India Council fo r Technical Education are approved, sanction may pleasd be accorded to the payment o f non-recurring and recurring grants mentioned above to the A ligarh Muslim U n iversity for the expansion o f the tra in ing capacity o f the College o f Engineering and provision o f separate laboratories and workshops for the U n iversity Polytechnic. The payments w i l l be made as and when necessary.

Item 16}

U n iversity Grants Commission

Meeting:

3rd A p r il, 1963*

To consider the recommendations o f the a .I.C .T .E . regarding add itiona l recurring grant fo r the degree course in ^-ch itecture at the U n iversity o f Roorkee,

In May 1960, Commission, on the recommendations o f the A .I.C .T .E ., approved a scheme fo r the starting o f a degree course in ^ ch ite c tu re at the U n iversity o f Roorkee and in ter- a l ia approved a recurring expenditure o f Rs;l,87,000/- per annum fo r s ta ff and honorarium to V is it in g Professors to be shared on 50 } 50 basis. As no expenditure was sanctioned fo r maintenance and stores, the U n ivers ity in July 1962 approached the Commission to approve an expenditure of Rs.38,500/- per annum fo r maintenance, etc . as deta iled below;-

1. Maintenance

2. Library books

3. Study tours

. . . Rs. ■20,000/-

. . . Rs. 5,000/-

. . . Rs, 13,500/-Total Rs. 38,500/-

^of. the, proTposalThe a .I.C .T .E . on exam inetic^has recommended an

expenditure o f Ib.20,000/- only per annum, fo r maintenance, including lib ra ry books.

I f the recommendations o f the A .I.C .T .E . are accepted, sanction may be accorded to the payment o f an add ition a l recurring grant o f Rs.l0,000/- per annum (being the 50^ o f the recurring expenditure o f Rs,20,000/-) to the Roorkee U n iversity fo r maintenance o f the Degree Course in A fch itecture from the date ( i . e . 31st May 1960) from which the other recurring grants fo r s ta f f are being paid.

consider;The matter

ition .is placed before the Commission fo r

University Grants Commission

M eeting:«

Dated 3rd A p r il, 1963r

Item 17s To consider the recommendations o f the A .I.C ;T iE .. , regarding the introduction of the 6-year in teg ­rated degree course in Chemical Engineering at the Laxniinarayan In s titu te o f Technology, Nagpur, and fo r ra is ing the admission capacity at the In s t itu te ,

On the recommendations o f the Chemical Engineering Board, the A l l India Council fo r Technical Education, at its meeting held on 7th December, 1961, in te r -a l ia , recommended that the admission capacity o f degree course in Chemical Engineering at the Laxminarayan In s titu te o f Technology,Nagpur may be increased from 36 to 60 per annum and the Regional Committee be asked to forraiilate d eta iled proposals in respect o f add itional instructiona l f a c i l i t i e s for the purpose.

The M in istry o f S.R. & C.A, has now informed that on the recommendations o f the Western Regional Committee, the Chairman, A l l India Council fo r Technical Education has appro­ved the fo llow ing estimates o f cost fo r introduction o f the5-year integrated degree course in Chemical Engineering and Increasing the intake from 36 to 60 at the Laxminarayan In s t i ­tu te o f Technology, Nagpur;-

Purpose

A) Non-recurrIng

Approved Cost

Rs.

Share o f the UGC 50^

Rs,

1) Buildings(17050 s q . f t , p lin th )

2,48,270 1,24,136

i i ) Equipment 2,03,000 1,01,600i i i ) Furniture 20 ,000 10,000

iv ) Library 20,000 10,00(31.

Students Amenities

i ) Canteen 13 ,600 6,750(1,000 s q . f t , p lin th ) ‘V

i i ) U tensils and fu rn i­ture fo r Canteendf

1,500 750

i t is run by a stu­dent co-operative)

i i i ) Cycle Shed. 2,000 1,000

iv ) Water Cooler 2,600 1,260

Total(Non-recurring)Rs.5 ,10 ,770

B) Recurring ( add i t io n a l, 2,08. 33GuJ-t imat e , groeg'Loan fo r hostel fo r 6^ stude '

2,55,385

1, 04, 16'9 p .a.

i ) Hostel Build ings(10 ,’800'sq . f t . p lin th ) Rs. 1,64,052

i i ) Servants Quarters(5) (140(5 sq .ft,, p lin th ) Rs. 18,900

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i i i ) Warden Quarter (1) ’ Rs. 19.,272(1200 s q . f t , p lin th )

iv ) Furniture

Tota l (Loan)

Rs. 12,000

R s . 2 , 1 4 , 2 2 4

The A l l India Council fo r Technical Education further desired that while conveying these sanctions, the U n iversity may be asked to adopt such measures, pa rticu la r ly for bu ild ings, which may e ffe c t economy in the implementation o f the scheme, in view o f the present National Emergency.

I f the above' recommendations o f the A l l India Council fo r Technical Education are accepted , sanction may be accorded to the payment o f a non-recurring grant o f Rs. 2,66,385(being 50% .Of the approved expenditure o f Rs. 5,10,770) and a recurring grant o f Rs. 1,04,169 per annum (being 50% o f the approved recurring expenditure o f Rs. 2,08,338 p .a .) to the Nagpur U n iversity fo r the introduction o f a 5-year integrated degree course in

.Chemical Engineering and fo r ra is ing the intake capacity from 36 to 60- fo,r th is course. The grants w i l l be paid as and.,when necessary.

As regards the recommendations o-f the A l l India Council fo r Technical Education regarding the construction' o f hostel etc-, fo r 60 students at an estimated cost of- Rs, 2,14,224/- a recommendation w i l l be made to the. M inistry o f S c ie n t ific Research & Cultural A f fa ir s , fo r

.the'sanction o f a loan fo r the purpose. ’

The matter is placed before the Commission fo r consideration.

Item 181

Meeting j

3rd A p r il, 1963.

To consider the recoinmendations o f the A l l India Council fo r Technical Education regarding starting^ o f Management Courses at Kerala and Osmania U n ive rs it ies ,

University Grants Commission

The U n ivers ities o f Osmania and Kerala submitrt to the Commission th eir schemes fo r starting courses in Management Studies during 1958 and 1960 resp ec tive ly . The proposals were re ferred to the A l l India Council- fo r Technical Education fo r th^dr consideration. The M inistry o f S c ie n t ific Research & Cultural A ffa irs has now informed that the A l l India Council fo r Technical Education has, on the advice o f i t s Board o f Technical Studies in Management, recommended- that Kerala and Osmania U n ivers ities be approved as new centres fo r starting management courses. The deta iled recommendations and estimates o f cost assessed fo r the courses at each un ivers ity are as fo llow s

Kerala U n ivers ity ,

Courses .approved.

Approved intake.

Part-tim e courses in j-

( i ) Indu stria l Management.( i i ) Business Management.

30 to each o f the courses.

Accommodation.17500 s q . f t , at Fb,13/- per s q . f t . Rs, 2,27,500

Equipment, lib ra ry and fu rn itu re. Rs. 1,08,500Total(MR)Hs. 3,36,000

Recurring ; Rs.1,50,000 p .a .

The A l l India .Council fo r Technical Education has also suggested that the school proposed by .Kerala U n iversity fo r these studies be designated as ‘ School o f Management Studies’ and not 'School o f Business Adm inistration ' as proposed by the U n iversity Au thorities.

Osmania Universit.y.

Course approved.

Approved intake

Cost assessed.

Item.

Room space

Part-tim e course in Business Management.

Equipment.Staf-f.Part-time provision . - L ibrary. Rs.1^,000Furniture. Rs. 4,000

30

Non-recurring.

4000 s q . f t . ( t o be provided by the U n iv e rs ity ),

Rs, 66,000

Recurring.

Tota l M.R. Ps,86,000 Total R.

Rs. 63,000 Rs. 4,000 Rs. 2,000

Rs. 69,000 p .a .

oIn vlow o f the fac t that the U n iversity has agreed to find the S'* nocessary space from its existing buildings, the Council recomm­ended that the en tire cost o f non-recurring expenditure assessed at Rs. 86,000 may be made ava ilab le to the' U n iversity.

The Counc il a ls o recommended th a t the fo l lo 'w in g c o n d it io n s be a t ta ch ed to g ran ts to be g iv e n to the above u n i v e r s i t i e s f o r Management Courses j -

(a ) Adxaission to the courses should be l im i t e d topersons w ith a degree in E n g in eer in g , Tec lino logy , Sc ience or Humanities.

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(b ) Students adm itted to the course should have a minimum o f two years exp e r ien ce in In d u s try , Commorpe or P u b lic A d m in is tra t io n (p r o v id e d jo b in P u b l ic a d m in is t ra t io n concerned has a m an ager ia l contenb) in r e s p o n s ib le Jun ior E xecu t ive p o s i t i o n s .

( c ) To f a c i l i t a t e m ig ra t io n from one i n s t i t u t i o n to anotiher, the s y l lab u s p r e s c r ib e d by the Board should be adhered to w ith on ly minor v a r i a t i o n s .

(d ) Every i n s t i t u t i o n Uj^iproved f o r a course o f study in Management should drav/ up, a programme f o r appointment o f f u l l - t im e s t a f f . A l i s t o f persons who have agreed to se rve as teach ers on a p a r t - t im e bas is should a ls o be p repared . Admission to the course should be made on ly a f t e r s a t i s f a c t o r y arrangement had been made f o r the appointment o f f u l l - t i m e and p a r t - t im e s t a f f and th is should bein accordance w ith the p a t t e rn approved by the courses Committee.

I f the above recommendations of the A l l India Council fo r Technical Education are accepted, sanction may be accorded to the payment o f the fo llow ing grants being the 50^ of the e a r lie r mentioned non-recurring and recurring expenditure (except in the case o f non-recurring grant of Rs.86,000/- to the Osmania U n iversity which has been recommended fo r payment on 100^ basis as stated above) >

U n iversity

Kerala.

Osmania.

Grants to be sanct ioned 1-------------H o n -re c u r r in g .

Rs. 1,68,000

Rs. 86,000

R e c u r r in g .

Rs. 75,000 p.a

^ 34,600 p.a

The payment o f the g ran ts w i l l bo made as and when n ecessa ry .

The m atter i s p la ced b e fo r e the Commission f o r c o n s id e ra t io n .

Univers ity Grants Cominission

Item No,19:

Meeting:

Dated 3rd A p r il , 1963

To consider the reports o f the V is it in g • Committees appointed to assess the deve­lopment needs o f the U n ivers ities o f (a) Vikfam; (b) Jabalpur and (c ) Punjabi, during the third Vive Year 11 an peiiod*

The proposals o f the fd llow ing U n ivers ities fo r the development o f the Humanities and Socia l Sciences Departments, Science Departments and fo r general schemes fo r the duration o f the Third Five-Year Plan period were assessed by V is it in g Committees appointed fo r th is pur­pose, The dates o f the v is it s by the Committees and the reports o f the V is it in g Committees appended are as under;-

U n ivers ity I Dates o f v is i t by J Reports o f the Committee ]( the V is it in g I placed as -Anneaaa . .

______________ Committee______________| ^

(a ) Vlkram 27-28 February, 1963

(b ) Jabalpur 12-13 March, 19C3

(c ) Punjabi 22nd February, 1963

Item 19(a)

Item 19(b)

Item 19(c)

The reports o f the V is it in g Committees fo r each u n ivers ity along with a summary o f the fin an c ia l im plications o f the recommendations are attached,

A -T^abulated synopsis g iv ing d e ta ils regarding the grants sanctioned during the Second Plan period, the amount o f s p i l l over in respect o f Second Plan schemes to be paid during the Third Fiye-Year Plan period, grants alrea*ly sanctioned during the Third Plan fo r meeting the basic needs and the recommendations o f the V is it in g Com­m ittee fo r the th ird plan period is attached as X •

The matter is placed before the Commission

UNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION

Meeting:Dated 3rd A p r il, 1963,

I tern. 19 ( a) To consider the report o f the V is it in g Coramittee appointed by the U n ivers ity Grants Commission to assess the Devel­opment schemes o f the Vlkram U n ivers ity fo r the Third Five Year Plan,__________

The V is it in g Committee appointed by the U n iversity Grants Commission to examine the development schemes of the Vikram U n iversity fo r the Third Five Year Plan consisted o f the fo llow ing members

i ) Dr, Babu Ram Saksena

i i ) Dr., W,D, V/est"

i i i ) Dr. V.,'S, Patankar

iv ) Dr, S', Bhattacharya

Vice-Chairman,Central Hindi D irectora te,

Professor o f Geology Saugar U n ivers ity ,

U n ivers ity Grants Commission,

U n ivers ity Grants Commission,

The Committee v is ite d the U n iversity on -BVth-' and,28th February‘s and 1st March 1963, The report of the Coramittee is attached ■(Anne2pire I ) ,

The U n iversity has a s p i l l over o f Rs,25,63 lakhs on. account o f the schemes sanctioned by the U n ivers ity Grants Commission during the second , f i v e ‘ 'year plan as deta iled belows-

a) Eievelopraent schemesb) Science Departments,b) Development' Schemes.

Humanities.c) General schemes.

Tota l:

IiS. 17,22 lakhs*'

Es, 3.34 lakhs

Bs, 5,07 lakhs Bs. 25 .63 'lakhs.

In addition to the above the Commission has' already approved the fo llow in g .schemes, off the Vlkram U n iversity during the I I I F ive Year Plsui:-r.

Name o f the Ap.proved Share o f theScheme, coat Commission

’('in lakhs) (in lakhs)

SCIENCE: , -.' Rs. Rs •

Establishment o f a workshop fo r .Physics Department. ( R + 'N .R .)

0.30 0,25

Library books and 1ournals fo r Science

1.00 1.00

sub jects ,■ .-v .*'•

Basic equipment fp r ,/t 2.25- 2,25a l l Science ^eptts.,.'''r

HUMANITIES. ••

C -onstruction o f a L ibrary Building.

8,41 4,20

»••,2/-

1 ^ 8

Establishment of a Prin ting Press.

1.-81

14 >77

1.00

1.21

^Hoi*

The financip.1. iiriplicati'ons o f the recommen­dations made by the Visi'ting- Committee are summarised belowJ-

I . ;

Name of the Department.

SCIENCE .

Buildingmum

Equipment.

‘v i

Books & Journals

M isce ll­aneous .

Additional s t a f f » .

Physics 1,00,000 2L ' ■Chemistry ym 1 1,00.000 - - 2LGeology 1,00,000 25-,000 ■■ 2L,. 1 Mech

(Motor Van)Botany — 50,000 30,000 IL

(BotanicalGarden) k

Zoology. 50,000 25,000 ^ u. ■■ (Animal House)

Mathematics & “S ta t is t ic s . — - 2LA l l Science Deptts, -• 1,00,000 60,000 ■im.

(Gas Plant)• • 4.00.000 1,00.000 :1.40.000 10 Lect + Mech

(2,03,000)

• ' Approved U,G.C. Univ./State Govt,Cost. Share. Share

Total N.R, 6-,:40,000 ■■6,40,000 %mTStal R. 2.03.000 2,03.000

Total fo r Scien- 8.43.000 . 8,43.000 • ' -ce i

I I . Humanities &■ Social Sciences.

i )

10,00.000 '

i i )

Construction of., teaching Block fo r Humanities and Social Sciences including Kalidasa academy.and except Economics at. U jja in . v;ith a p linth area o f 50,000. s q . f t . Building fo r the Economics 2,12,500 department at Bhopal. ’ _____ ;_____

12.12.500-

i )

Approved• .cost.

Total fo r Humanities &Social Sciences.

N.R. Rs. 12.12,500

I I I • Gener a l ,Two men * s hostels 7,20,000 ( fo r 100 students each) one at U jja in and other at Bhopal,

Share o'f the Univ./State Govt,Cpmm.ission.

3,60,000

Share.

6.06.250

3,60,000

• e « , • o «

(3)

i i ) 25 s ta f f quarters. 6.25.000 Total General: ^13.45.000

Grand Total o f ' I , I I and I I I .

i ) Science i i ) Hunalnities . .

i i i ) General .-.

8,43,00012,12,50013,45,000

3j.12j 500

8,43,0006,06,2506,72,500

3.12.5006.72.500

6,06,250 6,72,500

34,00.500 21.21.750 12.78.750

The' to ta l share o f the U n ivers ity Grants Commission fo r the Third Plan period including the s p il l-o v e r ,

grats already sanctioned and grants now recommended v;ould be. as under! -

Purpose. S p ill-o ve r Grants already Additional from - I I Plan, sanctioned. grants

(U.G.C.) recommendec

Total

■' Share by the ■'/isiting Committee

(U.G.C. Share)

Science 17.22 3.50 8.43 29.15

Humanities 3.34 6.41 6.06 15.81

General 5.07 - 6.72 11.79

_2^i63 21.21

The matter is placed before the Commission fo r consideration.

*R0Y* 27/3/63.

( I 3 0 jAnnexure I to item No.

19(a) dated 3.4.1963.

Report o f the V is it in g Committee which examined the Third Rive Year Plan development schemes of Vlkram U n ivers ity .___________________________________

The Committee appointed by the U n ivers ity Grants Commission to examine the development schemes o f the Vikram U n ivers ity fo r the Third Five Year Plan cdnsiSted o f the fo llow ing members s-

2.

i )

l i )

i i i )

iv )

We

Dr. Babu Ram Saksena^ Vice-Chairman,Central Hindi D irectora te .

Dr. W.D. V/est,P ro fesso r 'o f Geology, Saugar U n ivers ity .

Dr. V', S. Patankar, Development O ffic e r , U.G.C

. ‘ fDr. S. Bhattacharya, Education' O f f ic e r , U.G.C.

the members o f the Committee excepting Dr. West v is ited the headquarters o f the Vikram- U n iversity at U jja in on 27 and 28 February 1963. Dr. W.D. West ^oine'd the Committee on I^ t March, when the Vikram U n iversity centre at Bhopal was v is ite d . On 27 February 1963, we had . a prelim inary discussion with the authorities o f the U n iversity at U jja in . The Vice-Chancellor o f the U n ivers ity , the' P rincipa l o f Madhav College Uj ja in , and Shri Pande.,ga member o f the Syndicate, we re"present a t th is meeting. The heads o f the d iffe ren t departments in the Science and'in Humanities a lso attended the'meeting and discussed w ith us the requirements fo r th a ir respective departments,

3, On 28 February, ue were shoyh round the U n ivers ity campus at U jja in . We v is ite d several buildings now under construction, v i z . , the iin ivers i ...y lib ra ry , . the Science block fo r Physics, Mathematics and S ta t is t ic s , building fo r Ancient Indian H istory apd Culture and the building fo r the u n ivers ity press.i A l l these buildings are being cohs^tructed vrith fin an c ia l aid from the U n iversity Grants Commission and are nearing'com pletion. The Science block mentioned above is almos^t' ready fo r occupation. We also v is ite d the Madhav College at U jja in which conducts the post-graduate work of the u n ivers ity in the Humanities and the Sclndia Oriental In s t itu te which was taken over by the im lve rs ity two years ago. The Institu te- -has a good co lle c tio n o f manuscripts and rare works in Sanskrit and .Indology,

4, On 1st March, 1963, we v is ite d , along ^ itH the Vice-Chancellor, the Science College and the Hamidia Arts and Commerce College at Bhopal. Both of these co lleges are Government In s titu tio n s . The science co llege also accommodates the post-graduate department o f Geology which is under the d irec t control o f the u n ivers ity . The Hamidia College is a purely Government in s t itu t io n . I t conducts post-graduate teaching in' the fo llow ing arts subjects, v i z . , English, Hindi, Urdu, Economics, P o l i t ic a l Science, H istcry , Sanskrit Arabic, as also Geography and Commerce,

.2/-

5.by tlio C Ps. 43,90 Ps. 28,37 paid to a spi]_l- th ird pi and the

The'University* s Second Plan schemes were accepted^ onnission in 1960 at an estimated cost o f >,540 of v/hich-'thd share o f the U.G.C. was ,669. Out of the U.G.G.’ s share, Ps,2,75,000 were the U n iversity upto^31st Ma.rch 1961 thereby leaving over o f Pis. 25,62,569 v;hich is to bo paid during the an period. Details o f grant; s p ill-o v e r are*given in appendix I .

grants sanctioned, paid

6. During the Third Plan period and prior to the v is i to f th is Committee to the U n iversity, the Commission has accepted the fo llow ing development schemes fo r the U n ivers ity ,

(a)

Scheme. Total

Construction of a 8.41,

a'DDroved

Es.lakhs

Share of the U.G.C.

Es,4.2 1 alias

(b)lib ra ry building Library books fo r 1.0 lakhs 1,0 lakhs

(c )Humanities, Fstablishmont o f a 1.81 lakhs l.'S l lakhs

(d)Prin ting Press Esta.blishment o f a 0,30 lakhs 0,25 lakhs

.(e)

Workshop fo r Physics Department.Library books and 1.0 lakhs 1.0 lakhs

( f )

Journals fo r Science sub jects,Basic equipment for- science departments.

a l l2.25 lakhs 2.25 lakhs

7, For implementation during the Third Five Year Plan, the U n iversity has submitted eleven new schemes at an estimated cost ( ’'^.R. & R.), o f Rs.93,47 lakjis o f which the share of the U.G.C.’ s^has been calculated as Es. 46.55 lakhs. The nature of these schemes and th e ir fin an c ia l implications are given in appendix I I .

8, The Vikram U niversity has been.the outcome of a compromise to s a t is fy the con flic tin g regional in terests o f some important cu ltu ral, p o l i t ic a l and commercial centres o f the te r r ito r ie s now in (eluded under the Stateo f Madhya Pradesh, but formerly centres o f separate p o l i t i ­cal un its. The demand o f Indore ad w e ll as Gwalior fo r being recognised as the seat o f th e 'u n ivers ity was most pressing,■■'■while the claims o f Bhopal, the Capital o f the the integrated State and U jja in v/ith. its cu ltural trad ition , from the days of an tiqu ity had also tobe considered,. As a measure o f compromise, -Ujjain was selected in 1957 as the headquarters of Vikram U n iversity, The University has been h itherto functioning as a federa l organisation try in g to reconcile the claims of d iffe ren t areas, the post-graduate teaching and research work of the un ivers ity having been d istribu ted among the four Centres -with the chemistry department at Indore, the Botany and Zoology departments at &-7alior and the Geology department at Bhopal’. The recent decision of the Government o f Madh-ya Pradesh to, have separate u n ivers ities at- Gwalior and Indore has changed,'the outlook and prospoct^f development in cen trifu ga l d irec tio n s . ’•'■

,3 / -

(3)

Science Schenes.

.9, In view o f the developments mentioned above,the U n iversity au thorities now- propose to cen tra lise post­graduate teaching and research as fa r as possible at one

centre and have i t s departments o f Chemistry, Botany and Zoology at U jja in instead o f at Indore- and Gwalior. The department o f Geology w i l l however continue to remain at Bhopal as o r ig in a lly planned. The State Education M in ister with-whom we- had discussions during our stay at Bhopal was in general agreement with th is proposal. ¥e alsn support this proposal but fe e l that care w i l l have to be taken to see that the f a c i l i t i e s created fo r post-graduate teaching and research at Indore and Gwalior are not uprooted. This problem would not be serious as fa r as Indore is concerned since the Holkar C ollege, Indore is Independently conducting its post-graduate courses in Chemistry. We also understand that, the U n ivers ity Grants Commission has recen tly sanctioned substantial grants fo r the Hplkar College fo r developing its post-graduate sections. The •position at Gvralior however is somewhat d if fe r e n t . TheM.L.B. College, stopped admitting students to the M,Sc. courses in Botany and Zoology when the Vikram U n ivers ity opened it s departments fo r these subjects at Gwalior. TheM.L.B,. College can ea s ily rev ive these fa c ili- t ie s i f some assistance is given to i t fo r additional, accommodation, equipment, l ib ra ry books and s ta f f . We therefore recommend that the U n ivers ity 's proposal to ’ transfer i t s science departments,., from Indore and Gwalior, to Uj ja in may be accepted. We .also recommend that the requirements o f theM.L.B. College at "Gwalior'may be got examined independently and adequate assistance■given to i t fo r rev iv in g and strengthening•it s f a c i l i t i e s fo r post-graduate teaching and .research in Botany and Zoology,

10. _ We however-do not- support .the U n ivers ity 'sproposal to s ta rt now departments o f Geography and Astronomy under the Faculty o f Science. Very l i t t l e progress has been made in develooing the science departments which wore approved during the Second Plan,We are therefore o f the view that for- the current .plan period the U n ivers ity should concentrate on strengthening the fa c i l i t i e s fo r science departments which wore started during the Second Plan period. For th is purpose the follo i^ ing assistance may be 'given to the U n ivers ity .

(a)

(b)

(c )

Eauinment?

Rs. 1,00,000 each fo r Physics, Chemistry and Geology and Rs* 50,000 each fo r Botany and Zoology,

L ibrary books and jou rnals;

Rs. 1,00.000 fo r a l l Science Departments,i

S ta ff;

2 Lecturers each fo r iPhysics j Chemistry,- Geology and .Mathematics-Statistics:1 Lecturer each fo r Botany and Zoology and 1 Ms.chanic fo r Geology Department.

.4/-

3:5

(d)

(a ) Rs. 60,000 for ' Gas plant fo r a l l science ■Dopartnents at U jja in . ■(b) Rs* 25,000 fo r an animal house fo r Zoology Department.

' (c ) Rs. 30,000 fo r developing a botanical gardenfo r Botany Department.(d)' Rs. 2F,000 fo r motor van (pich-up) fo r the Geology Department.

These recommendations we have raado a fte r taking into consideration the s p i l l over of grants given during the Second Plan' period and the basic devSl'opment grants already sanctioned during the., Third Plan periods

Schemes fo r Humanities and Social Sciences;

,11. On the Humanities s ide, the University at present has no academic buildings ,■ except those o f the lib ra ry and Ancient Indian H istory and' Culture''which are -under construction. Among the fresh schemes., the U n iversity desires to g ive the highest p r io r ity to the proposal fo r the construction o f a separate building fo r the department o f Sanskrit to be established at U jja in at an estimated cost of Rs, 4.00 lakhs. This building id -to be ca lled the Kalidasa Academy. I t is proposed that this in s titu tion w i l l conduct teaching and research.in Sanskrit and a ll ie d languages 9.nd would concentrate on resea.rch on d iffe ren t aspects o f Kalidasa and his w ritin gs ,

■ik,

12, Next in order o f p r io r ity was the 'proposal fo r the construction of a teaching block at U jja in fo r the Humanities and Social Sciences in general except fo r the department of Economics which is to be developed at Bhopal,This building- is estimated to codt Rs, 10,00 lakhs fo r a p lin th area of about 50,000 s q . f t . We are convinced of the requirements' of the u n ivers ity fo r a.n'Arts block building where teaching and research in subjects re la tin g to H-umanities and Social Sciences may be .conducted with adequate fa c i l i t i e s fo r class rooms, seminal* rooms, tu to r ia ls , e tc .I t is , however, ' d if f i.c u lt -to reconcile ourselves to the need of a separate building fo r the department o f Sanskrit •to be ca lled the Kalidasa Academy. Alieady the U n iversity has got a separate building fo r /mcient Indian H istory and Culture, now under construction, at an estimated cost o f over Bs.2',0'0 lakhs. There is the Scindia Oriental Ih s titu te fo r fndo log ica l res-earch. To have, another building fo r the accommodation of the department of Sanskrit particu larlyc.on cent rating on Kalidasa would mean overlapping o f work of the same type. We found that the ' department o f Ancient Indian H istory and Culture has not been able to a ttrac t su ffic ien t number o f student-s. We. agree that U jjairi being a very old and h is to r ic a l centre o f learning may strengthen the departments connected with Indolog ica l studies and Sanskrit L itera tu re , pa rticu la rly , the w ritings o f Kalidasa, There is , however, not adequate jus-feification to have a .., .separate building fo r Kalidasa Academy, The Arts Block ■ buildi.ng may be so qonstructod as to have a separ^-to wing fo r Sanskrit department v/hich may bo called Kalidasa Academy^> i f the u n ivers ity so desires,13. ..The building for.Ancient Indian Histpr'y and Culture now under construction w i l l have s u ffic ie n t f lo o r area and rooms fo r the departmental l ib ra ry , classes-, t l ito fia lS j research cubicals and seminars e tc . A l l thes'b may not be

. . .

C5) _necessary fo r the worKin,- o f this'~cI^rpa:^:oent wMf in. its lim ited sphere. f>iis building may also be associated with the Kalidasa Academy, if" necessary*

14. As the p o licy o f the un iverb ity is to develop the department o f Economics at Bhopal, there is tho nocessity o f having a building fo r this department in th is c ity . The s ite fo r the department, o f Economics has been selected near the new building constructed to commeranorate the b irth centenary o f Rabindranath Tagore, This building is estimated to cost Rs. 2,12,500/- fo r a p lin th area o fabout 10,000 s q . f t .

15. Ponding the construction of the Arts Block building at Uj.jain and the Economics building at Bhopal, tho work of teaching nay go on in tho co lleges at U jja in and at Bhopal as at present. The s t a f f in the humanities depart­ments nay have to be strengthened with su itab le additional app,ointments when the U n ivers ity is in a position to take up the work o f teaching w ith the new building fa c i l i t i e s

at th e ir d isposal. I t is l ik e ly that the add itional s ta f f nay not bo required at a l l during the Third Plan.

16. During the Third Plan, the U.G.C. a lloca ted to the U n iversity a sum of Rs. 1.00 lakh fo r books on Humanities and Socia l Sciences, As the amount remains unu tilised , there is no need of making any add itional a llo ca tion fo r books fo r the present. Fresh a llo ca tion s , i f any, may be made during the plan period, when the amount already a l lo ­cated has been u t i l is e d .

General Schemes.

17. The need o f the U n iversity fo r hostels and s ta f f quarters at U jja in is very acute. At present the Uni vers i1y has one hostel building fo r 200 men students uhder construction at U jja in at an estimated cost of Rs.4,94 lakhs (U .G .C .'s share being Rs. 2.47 lakhs) , A hcdtel fo r 80 g i r l students at a cost o f Rs.3.46 lakhs CU.G.C.'s share being Rs.2.50 lakhg,7 has also been approved.. The U n iversity requires two more hostels fo r men students, one at U jja in and the other at Bhopal. These tv/o hostels (for 100 students each) w i l l cost about Rs.7.20 lakhs,. ¥e recommend that the U n ivers ity may be permitted to have the hostel build ing on the usual sharing basis.

18. As in the case o f accommodation fo r students, there is also groat need fo r tho accommodation of the teaching s t a f f . During the Third F ive Yoar Plan, the U n iversity proposes to have a grant o f Rs. 10,86,000/- towards the construction of s ta f f quarters. But i t w i l l not be possible fo r tho U n iversity to have a l l the quarters proposed by them during the remaining part o f the Third F ive Year Plan,

'Instead of proceeding w ith the construction o f about45 quarters during tho Third Plan, the U n ivers ity may

complete the construction of 25 quarters during th is Plan period at an estimated cost o f Rs,6,25,000/-on the usual sharing basis,19. The fin an c ia l im plications o f the recommendations o f the V is it in g Committee are attached (Appendix I I I ) .

3 > 5

20, I'Je would place on record Pur thanks to the Vice-Chancellor and the U n iversity authorities for giving ■iis necessary fa c i l i t i e s to examine the schemes.

( B. R. SAKSSM )

( W.D. 'WEST )

( V, S, PATMKAR, )

( S. BPU.TTACHARYA )

*R0Y* 2773/63.

APPS'^mix i ;

Statement showing grants sanctioned aiid paid to the Vikram University- fo r the Development Of Higher Education and Research during the Second F iva Year Plan._______________ ;____________ __________

Purpose Total approved U.G.C. Grants,expenditure . share ._______paid.

S p ill-o ve r from I I Plan,

I . SCIENCE.

(For opening of Post­graduate Departments in Physics, Mathema­tic s & S ta t is t ic s , Chemistry, Botany, Zoology and Geology)

Buildings 16,50., 000 11,00,000 - 11-,00,000

Equipment ■ 5,05,000 3,36,667 1,55,000 1,81,667

Books 2,10,000 2,10,000 70-,000 '1,40,000

Total N.R. 23.65.000 16.46.667 2.25.000 . 14,21.667'

Total Recurring fo r s ta f f !

6,00,000 ( approx)

>3,00,0.00

(•approx)• -3,00,000

(approx.)Total fo r Science 29.65.000 19.46.667 2.25.000 17 .21.667 .

(N,R. & R) .

I I . H U M M ITIE S i!

(a ) For opening a Post­graduate Department of Ancient Indian H istory& Culture (R. AND N.R.) ,

( b) Books & J ournals.

Total fo r Humanities?

I I I . General?

i ) One Men's Hostel

i i ) One Women's Hostel

5,35,000 3,34,100 - 3,34,100

. •. 50.000 ... 50.000- 50,000"5,85,000 3.84.100 50.000 3.34.100

4,94,310

3,46,330

2,47,155

2,59,747

2,47,155

2,59,747

8,40,640 5,06,902 - 5,06', 902

43,90,640 28,37,669 2,75,000' 25,62,619 (approx

ROY* 28/3/63.

APPENDIX -

Statenent.-sHowing the estimated expend!tu.ve and finan cia l im plications on Development Schemes proposed to be under-taken by Yikran University under Third Five Year Plan._________ _______________

S.No, Name of the Scheme

i'i Kalidasa Academy at U jja in2% Construction o f s ta f f quart­

ers at U jja in & Bhopal (Teaching) .

3. Departments o f Hindi, Philosophy & Geography at U jja in .

4. Department of Economics at Bhopal«

5. Departments of P o l i t ic a l Science & Law at U jja in .

6. Departments of Commerce & Sociology at U jja in .

7. Physics 'Workshop at U jjian .

8. ' Department o f Astronomy' atUj j a in . ■

9. Development o f Sciendia Oriental In s t itu te , U jja in .

10. Construction of two hostels at U jja in (one fo r g ir ls and one fo r boys) . .

11. One boys hostel at Bhopal.

u- ... -Vh •• ■■

Totals

Non-Recurring Recurring

4,00,000 • 10,86,000

9,61,300

3,75,000 10,70,400

.2,12,500>h

3,66,680

2,50,000 7,42,720

2,50,000 6,53,920

1,50,000

3,55,000 3,•9.2,300

5,30,000 4,82,300

6,70,000t

4,00,000

/ ' .

-

46,78,500 46,69,620

*R0Y* 28/3/63.

APTPendix I I I .

Sumiary o f the F inanc-ia l Im plications o f the recommendations o f the V is it in g Committee fo r the development o f Higher Education and Research during I I I Plan*___________________

SCIENCE .

Mane of the Department.

/Building . Equipment . Books & M isce ll- Additional

Journals, aneous s t a f f

Physics 1,00,000 2LChemistry - 1,00,000 2LGeology 1,00,000 25,000

(Motor Van) 2L,iMech.

Botany 50,000 30,000 IL- (Botanical

Garden)Zoology 50,000 25,000 IL

(Animal House)MathematicsS ta t is t ic s . 2LA ll Science Deptts.- — 1,00,000 60,000

(Gas plant) wm

4.00.000 1.00.000 1.40.000 lOLect + '12.03.000

Approved U.G.C. Univ/State Govt.\ .OOSt Share Share

Total N ,R .R.

Tota l fo r Science.

6.40.0002.03.0008.43.000

6.40.0002.03.0008.43.000

I I . HUMANITIES & SOCIAL SCIENCES.

i ) Construction o f teachingBlock fo r Humajiities and 10,00,000Social Sciences includingKalidasa academy and excepteconomics at U jja in .(w ith a p lin th o f 50,000 s q . f t . )

i i ) Building fo r the ncono- 2,12,500 -h-mics dept, at Bhopal. _____________

12.12.500

Approvedcost.

Share o f the Univ./State Commission. share.

Total fo r N.R.Rs Humanities & Social Sciences.I l l GENERA!

.12,12,500 Rs.6,06,250 6,06,250

i ) Two men's hostels( fo r 100 students each) 7,20,000one at U jjian and otherat Bhopal.

i i ) 25 s t a f f Quarters. 6.25.000

3,60,000

3,12.500

3,60,000

3,-12.500Total Generals 13.45.000 6.72.500 6.72.500

Grand Total o f 1, I I and I I I .

i ) Science i i ) Humanities

i i i ) General

8,43j 00012,12,50013.45.000

8,43,000 6,06,250 6.72.500

6,06,2506.72.500

t■g fc.0Q!t.SQO-- 21.21.750 12.78.750

*R0Y* 28/3/63.

Agenda Item No J,9(T;::)To consider the report of tho V is it in g' Conr-iittoo appointed to assess the require-

nents o f Jabalpur U n iversity during the Third Plan Period.____________________________

A Coitimittee consisting o f the fo llow ing Eicmbers v is ite d Jabalpur' U n ivers ity on 12th and 13th March, 1963J-

D Dr.R.C, fau l

2) Dr.G.S, Sharma

3) Dr*F.;N, Saxena

4) Dr .D .Shankar •Naray-an.

*5) Dp.R'.C, Qupta .

Pro fessor o f Chemistry,Panjab U n ivers ity , Chandigarh. Professor o f Law, Rajasthan U n ivers ity , Jaipur. '* D irector,' In s titu to Of S o c i^ Sciences, Agra* Educ,ation O ffic e r , U n iversity Grants Commission:,-

Education O ffic e r , U n iversity Grants Commission,

Dr, R.N. Saxena could not come and jo in the. discussions,

The report o f the Committee is at-tached herewith: ■ A 'f iD R .E

The U h iyqrs iiy h&s a to ta l s p il l-o v e r of. nearly 46,54 lakhs, s t i l l to be utiiip^ejiVrfor implementing the schemes sanctioned by the .Coramissiorl during the Second F ive Year Plan Period , ^ e break-up of' th is sp ill-ioyer is as under:- . • ; ‘

,a) Development, Schemes of - NR.Science- Depa'rtraehts Rs.20,53.. lakhs

R.Ps,5.95. lakhs

b) Development o f Arts Rs.16.73; ' Departments, „ Rs.37,26

IIH Rs«3 ,33'

I!s 9 .28tiII

, In ,'addition to this-- sp ill-oyb .r "the C'ommission, has so fa r sancfcione,d _a''’'Sun o f Rs,,6>78 lakhs fo r various Development

, P ro jects •'iuring' the Third -Plan .Period., The d e ta ils are given b e l i e f s / ': ' f

Pro.i e c 't '

i ) „j.^)quipment fo r Science i i Departments

,„,i.;i)^.gAdditional grant for- 'Arts Biock^_

i i i ) Printing... Dress 'iv ) Non-resident;

.Students ’ Centrev) ’ Two-Lecturers in each o f

the Departments o f English, Economics, H istory, Philosophy and Law.

Commission’ s Share Rs.

Tota l:

Rs. 2.15 lakhs

Rs. 0.63 It

Rs. 1.20 H?Rs, 0.70 II

Rs. 2 ,io • »(F P

BSju II

. The fin an c ia l implications,- of the recommendations o f the V is it in g Committee are as undert-

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Science Departnonts

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Building Egiiimant ( in lakhs')

Chernistry .(Gas Plant) B'ooks fo r Central and De oartraentail L ib raries

0.35

0,35

L ib raryBooks(in lakhs)

1,5

1.50

S ta ff

I I , Humanities and Socia l Sciences.

Arts BlockLibraryLav;

'Building Furniture & Library F ittin gs ' Books (In lakhs) (In lakhs)

S ta ff (In lakhs)

0,85 '1.10'. 1.90

1.95

I I I , General Scheme. P ro ject Approx.Total Cost.(In lakhs)

Post-graduateHostelS ta ff Quarters ■Vice-Chancellors' LodgeS ta ff Club cun-Gues t Hous e .

5.0

3.300.65

1.50

lo l is .

Qge Reader (4 years)

One Lecturer (3 years)

_____ 0.291.90 - 0.29

Commiss ion 'sShare(In lakhs)

2.50

1.650.32

1,00

H H z I

Thus the to ta l non-recurring and recurring expenditure as per recommendations of the V is it in g Committee is as under:-

Total approved expenditure.

Commission’ s Share.

No-n-recurringRecurring.

Rs. 17,,11 lakhs Rs. 11.17 lakhs•Rs. 0.>68 Rs. 0.29Rs. 17 .69 n Rs. 11.46 •It

The complete fin an c ia l picture of development grants to Jabalpur U n iversity duriiig the Third Five Year Plan Period is given in the Table below. The figures are given in lakhs o f rupees and re la te to the share o f expenditure to be borne by the Conmissionj

Purpose S p ill-o ve r from Ad hoc Sanctions Sanctions Tota l.Second Plan. sanctions as per withdrawn

during the V is it in g as per Third Plan. Committee’ s V is it in g

recommen- Committee' s___________ ______ _________________ datlons. recoimnend-______ _

ations,Science Humanities & Social

26.48 '■2.15

2.10)

1.85 ’ 3.18* 27,30

SciencesGeneral

20.06 0.6:^ 4.14 —

Schemes ..........1 .90..... 5.47 -7.3746,54 6.78 11.46 3.18 S 1»-6Q

* This' re la tes to the Department o f Geology.

These recommendations are placed before the Commission fo rconsideration ,

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REPORT OF THE VISITING COMMITTEE APPOINTED BY THE u niversity -GR JITS commission to assess the DEVEL­OPMENT SCHEMES OF JABALPUR -UNIVERSITY FOR THE

THiEiD PLAN PERIOD. ■■________

A N- N F X t J F_, A.

AiiX.. V is it in g Committee 'consisting of. the fo llow ing

members was appointed, by the Commission to assess the Thi^d Plan Development Schemes of Jabalpur U n ivers itys-

1. Dr, R. C. Paul,Professor pf Chemistry,Panjab U n iversity ,Chandigarh.

2. Dr. G» S, Sharma’,Professor o f Law and P rin c ipa l of' the U n iversity,,'College o f Law, ' * ' •Rajasthan U n ivers ity ,Jaipur,

3 . -Dr. H. N. Saxena,D irector,In s titu te o f Social Sciences,Agra. -

4. Dr, D. Shankar Narayan,Education O ffic e r ,U n iversity Grants Commission.

5. Dr.. R* C. Gupta,Education Office-r,U n ivers ity Grants Commission.

The Commiiftee v is ite d Jabalpur on 12th and 13th March, 1963, and discussed the revised development plans of Jabalpur U n ivers ity with the Vice-Chancellor, Rector, Heads o f Departments and other o f f ic ia ls o f the U n ivers ity . Dr. R. N, Saxena could not come and jo in these discussions.

During the Second Plan period, the U n iversity Grants Commission sanctioned the fo l lw in g grants to the U n iversity o f Jabalpurs-

Pro'jects Tota l cost U.G.C. share

1..

Grants paid , S p ill-o ve r up to- 31,3.61*, from the , _________________ 2nj. Plaiift.

4.

(a ) Science Departments Buildings 18-,40,000Science 8,50,000Equipment Green House,Herbarium,Museum,Botanical’'

Garden e tc , . ’ 9:Q,,000tjibra.ry Books - •; •& Journals. 2.00.000

12,26,667 5,66,667

60,000

2.00.000■29.80.000 20.53.334

12,26,6675,66,667

60,000

.. 2.00,00020.53.334

.2/-

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Recurr'ing 6 Professors, 13 Readers, 13 Lecturers,Worksliou s ta f f - Total Approved Expenditure Fs.2,38,500

________. o f which 1.19.250 n.a. is the Commission's share. ._l_j______ _ _____ 2» __ _______ 3_j___________ 4 »____ _______ ____ _________HumanitiesArts Block 11,80,000 7,86,600 - 7,86,600Library Books 2,80,000 2,80,000 60,000 2,20,000Library Bu ild ings. 10,00,000 6,66.666

24.60.000 17.33.266 60.0006.66.666

16.73.266

Recurring s 6 Professors, 6 Readers, 4 Lecturers - Total Approved Expenditure Rs. 1,23,200 p*a, of which^Rs. 66,600 p.a, is the Commission’ s share.

Gran d Total NRR

54,40,000 37,86,600 3,61,700 1,85,850

p*a* p*d»

37,26,6001,85,850

p.a.

Thus the U n iversity carried the 'entire Second Plan projects in to the Third Plan with a s p ill-o v e r amounting to Rs. 37,25,600 (NR) and Rs. 1,85,850 (R. p .a .) as the Commission s share o f expenditure against sanctions given. Against this s p il l-o v e r the payments so fa r made to the University during the Third Plan period amount to Rs* 3,89,800 (NR) and Rs. 1,96,300 (R) ,

In addition to the schemes approved during- the Second Plan period, the Commission sanctioned the fo llow ing grants during the Third Plan periods

NR. E£oig£i Commission’ s share

Science Equipment Additional grant fo r Arts Block on the basis of

Rs. 2,16,000

revised plans tt . 63,280Prin ting Press Non-Resident

1,20,000

Student Centre, II 70.000Rs, 4,68,280.

R. 2 Lecturers in each. ■■ o f the Departments o f .English, Economics,

■'History, Philosophy & 'Law, Rs. ' 2,10,000

(For the Third Plan Period.)

The implementation o f the above-mentioned projects has been considerably delayed and the U n iversity has not been able . to claim substantial payments against sanctions' already issued*

, The Committee observed that the s ix Departments of Post-graduate ^Studies in Hiomanities and Socia l Sciences, v i z , , English,.''History 5 Economics, Philosophy, Sociology and P o lit ic a l Science, sanctioned during -the Second Plan period, have started functioning. The U n iversity has recru ited the s ta f f already' sanct­ioned with the exception of a few posts which are s t i l l ly in g • - vacant. The U niversity is making e ffo r ts to recru it su itable personnel t o ' f i l l these vacancies. On the Science s ide, the U n iversity has 'been able to recu rit a Professor o f Chemistry "but a l l the other sanctioned posts are s t i l l vacant. A statement showing-, the strength o f the ex istin g s ta f f and students in the Post­graduate Departments being run by the U n iversity is appended to this report.

V .3/-

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Humanities and Social Sciences

the 'Commission has alr^eady sanctioned the construct­ion of an Arts Block at a rev ised to ta l cost of

ladl'd ,921/-. The'Commission’,s share o f ej^enditu fe 66-f^ is lim ited to Bs. 8,49,880/-.w Against . th is , a sum

,’of-iR?. ' l lakh 'only'has been’paid during the 'Third P i An ■period. The ^construction work is how in fu l l 'swing and the Vice-Chancellor gave an assurance that .the^.Arts Block wi3.1 be ready, fo r use by July, 1964. The Commission may sanction an expenditure o f Rs. 1,27',492 (10^ o f the to ta l approved cos-t) for-'furniture, out o f which the Commission!s

.assistance, may be lim ited to -|rd o f the, cost i,-.e, Is.84,998/-,

The U n iversity has already been allowed to recru it two Lecturers in each o f the Departments o f English, Economics,- Histor.y, -Philosophy and Law. Sanctions have also been accorded fo r the establishment o f a p rin tin g press and fo r the construction o f the lib ra ry bu ild ing. Against the to ta l approved cost o f Rs. 8,22,335/- fo r the lib ra ry building., the Commission’ s share o f expenditure at 66|- amounts .to Ss-. 5,48,223/-. As desired by the U n iversity , the Commission may provide f-rd o f 20% o f the total'fapp-rovad cost fo r l ib ra ry furniture when the- l ib ra ry bu ild ing nears completion.

Under - the la s t plan, a ,sura o f Rs._ 1 lakh (fe.6p,poo/- fb r Humanitie.is and Rs* 40,000/r fo r Science) ' was sanctioned ■for the purchase o f books and -journals fo r the central l ib ra ry . In addition to th is , an a.rao-unt o f Rs. 1,80 lakhs was made ava ilab le fo r departmental l ib ra r ie s @ Rs,30,000/- fo r each o f the s ix Departments'in Humanities 'and Social

,,Soience.s * -These.-amounts have been substan tia lly spent by the U n ivers ity and the Committee..is o f the'op in ion that

'in •'u.ew lOf the poverty o f central and departmental l ib ra r ie s ,a further grant o f Rs. 1 lakh fo r the central lib ra ry and Rs. 50.,,0.00/- fo r the o !ther s ix dep.artmental l ib ra r ie s (to be a lloca ted to the departments at the d iscretion o f the U n iversity ) may be made ava ilab le during the Third Plan period. The., U n ivers ity may be allowed to use upto 5% o f the grants fo r books and journals fo r engaging temporary s ta ff ' needed fo r cataloguing and accessioning volumes. For''other lib ra ry s ta f f perm issible under the report o f the L ibrary Committee, the. U n ivers ity may approach the Commission a fte r the lib ra ry building is completed and furnished.

For the Department o f Law,- the Commission has already sanctioned the appointment o f two Lecturers, The Department teachaa LL.M, classes and has 26 students on ro lls .. In a n tic ip a tio n 'o f the sahction o f the Commission the U n iversity has.'already appointed one Reader with e f fe c t from A p r il, 1962, The Committee recoramendes that th is may be sanctioned and ah additional lec tu rer may be provided for- the Department from the next academic session. The appointment o f a P ro fesso r,o f Law may be postponed as adequately qu a lified personnel is not e a s ily a va ilab le , A grant o f Rs,40,000/- rady be provided fo r books and journals in the Department o f Law.

The Committee examined the proposal fo r a new Department o f journalism,. The U n ivers ity intends to 'run a diplom.a course in 'th e subject, 'The Committee is o f the. opinion that th is could be ..postponed fo r the time being as the U n iversity has. to g ive a l l i t s a tten tion to the development o f necessary f a c i l i t i e s in basic subjects. The U n ivers ity .seeks a publi­cation .grant o f Rs, 25,000/- per ahhum. Subh grants nay •"be

claimed by the U n iversity fo r works -of specia l merit

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The U n iversity Departments carry on Post-graduate teaching in collahoration w ith some s ta f f o f Government

' Science 'College and Mahakoshal Arts Mahavidyalaya, •’, Jabalpur,’ The other'Post-gradhate colleges v/'hich are ■'located at-a distance from- the -Uhi.versi'ty campus carry on Post-graduate' teaching independently o f the Univer­s ity . D if f ic u lty has been experienced by the-U niversity in. con due'ting- Post-graduate teaching in collabdr8.tion

■with Government Science College and Mahakoshal Arts Mahavidyalaya, Jabalpur since the s ta f f o f these colleges which are Government institu tions' is frequently trans­fe rred , sometimes during the course o f -•the academic-session. Apart-from th is , these college's follow-an open door po licy and free ly- admit students to Under-graduate and Post­graduate ela.sses without -any' r e s tr ic t io n s , ‘ In the .- in terests of academic standards' and e f f ic ie n t Post-".gradiiate teaching, the Committee m-ide the fo llow ing recommendations:-I " ,

(D- I t is necessary to r e s t r ic t admissions to .'Under-graduate and Post-graduate ' classes in order to re'dtice the number o f fa ilu res .(which is quite considerable ai: present)- ;and-''.also to ensure e ffec tive , use o f the ava ilab le resources. I t sha ll be d i f f ic u l t •tq ra ise .academic standards u'nless the U n iversity lays .do;wn 'the -minimum -percentage' c'f marks - or other c r it e r ia fo r

.-admission to higher courses c f study,

(2) The University-has---already ag-ree'd to run• Post-graduate: teaching in collaboration w-itlr Government Science College and Mahakoshal Arts Mahavidyalaya, Jabalpur. This system o f co-operative teaching may be' extended to other co lleges imparting Post-graduate Instruction i f and when fe-asible. The U n iversity may impress u^on^the State Government the,d ea ra b ility o f re s tr ic t in g transfers o f the s ta f f o f -government Science College and Mahakoshal Arts .Mahavidyalaya, JabaJ-pur, v/hich are partic ipating

..in..Pm^t-graduate teaching, at le a s t during the academic ses'Sfion. ■ ' '

(3) Lecture work may be orgejiisod by the U n iversity Departments in collaboration -with -adequately qu a lified s ta f f „ ’o f the co lleges . Tutoria l ^ rork and supplementary teaching at- the Post-graduate le vb l may be en-trustedto the Colleges, ' ' ■

The Committee, -recommends that the Second ''Pl'an p schemes... which were ;= approved but'not implemented may be completed within the'Th ird Plan P e r io d .,The'University m.ay be advised-to. complete these projects expeditiously so that the necessary fa c i l i t i e s fo f 'running'PCst-gradua'te studies vrhich have been-'■Started Should e x is t on the ■University Campus. AS "regards appointments^ ■fehe Committee f e e l s ‘that in cas,e Professors of requ is ite qu a lifica tions and experience are not ava ilab le , su itab ly qu a lified Readers may be recru ited . The In s titu te o f Languages and Research vrhich was being run by the State Goverhmeht has now. been •transferred to the U n ivers ity . The Institute--has a number o f research projects, in: progress' ..but' is not -aSsocia‘|ted wi-th Po.s.t-graduate'-teaching a t ‘ present. The -Committee thinks .that ' i t may .be desirable to associate the, s ta f f o f th is Insti-tvite with Pos't-graduate' teaching as end .when' new Post-gr.adu-ate- departments-relating -to the suhj'octs concerned come in to -existerjee,* - ’ -■ i

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1)2)3)4) .

5)

under a separate scheme already approved by the Commission. Wo gran ts ,fo r tu to r ia l instruction fo r undergraduate classes are admissible since such classes are not being conducted d ir e c t ly by the U n ivers ity . The fo llow ing grants a.re therefore recommended fo r Humanities aj:id Social Sciences ,ln addition to the ad hoc sanctions already given during the current Plan, periods

Total Cost.Furniture fo r Arts Block Es. 1,27,492 84,998Furniture fo r L ibrary Rs. 1,64,467 ■1,09,645

Rs. -1,00,.000 ,.-1,00,000' '90,0^0 90,000

Commission's share

Books fo r Central L ib . B'ooks fo r Departmental L ib ra r ie s ,S t a f f for- Law Departments .1. Rea,der fo r 4 years and I Lecturer fo r 3 years

SCIENCE DEPARTMENTS. ”

58,000 29 ,,000Rs. .4 it 1.3^643/:^

The U n ivers ity has not been able te make such progress towards the establishment of the various science d-epartments fo r which sanctions were approved by the Commission during the Second Five Year Plan period. ■ The U n iversity has, in the m e^whilo, been conducting Post- graduade c lasses-in the science subjects v i z . . Physics, Uhemist'ry,, Mathematics, *Botany, Zoology and- Geology in Government Science C ollege with the collabCration of the teachers in that .College. Recently the Professor fo r the Department o f Chemistry has been appointed and he is taking necessary steps towards the planning o f the Chemistry Laboratory building,.. The prelim inary plans and estimates fo r th is building have been approved, and during the v is i t some discussions were "held on" the de'bailed plans. In the meanwhile, the U n iversity has -done some rethinking regarding the establishment o f -various science depar'bments, Taking in to consideration the .amount o f work' already on hand o f the new ■universi'-by, p a rticu la r ly the building programmes re la tin g to the Faculty o f A rts , the l ib ra ry aid other bui Id i ng s xxiaixxxxncxxrcicxxoDccsooi' x;gq;x3QCX fo r -Various purposes required in a new u n ivers ity , the u n ivers ity fe e ls that i t may not be possible to set up a l l the departments in science subjects before the end o f the'curren t plan period. While the u n iv o rs if ' is very keen on iramedia-tioly estab lish ing the departments o f Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and construct-the buildings fo r th is piirpose (the area fo r Mathematics- has been included in the Faculty o f Arts) , the Univer.sa.ty wohld lik e to take-up in the next year the construction Of buildings - fo r the Botany and .Zoology departments to start,.these post.* graduate classes- a-t le a s t from the la s t year o f the th ird plan period. The U n ivers ity fea3.,s that i t may not be possible fo r them to set up the Department o f Geology and accordingly desired the sanction already given during the Second PT?iri period fo r the construction o f bu ild ing, purchase o f s c ien t if ic , equipment, l ib ra ry "books and appointment o f teaching s t a f f fo r the Geology Department may be^kept pending t i l l the fourth Plan Period. In the meanwhile the University' may be allowed to u -tilise the amount thus saved fo r other building programmes such as post-graduate hoste l and s ta f f quarters. This seems reasonable, since the U n iversity has only recen tly set up a inachinery to look, a fte r i t s build ing programmes arid

.6/-

(construc'tion of, a numba'i'~TOx‘^ u ild in gs has already;^ been taken'lap. I'he. U n iversity p.lsb has gome d ifficu ,lti-^ in obtaining the proper 'teachlhg s ta f f .for^ the. science departments.' 'Accordingly the- Committee agree xi^itii'the U n iversity that the Department of Geology may not be set up during the Current Plan period.

)-

During the Second Plan pnriod, the to ta l; nori-recurr- .ing grant sanctioned fo r the s ix science’ departments r e fe ­rred to above and the central .-vrorkshops amounted to Es. 29.80 lakhs, .of which the Commission's share amounted to Es. 20 ,58 laWiSo U n iversity did, not .draw anyamount from the Commission during the Second Plan period as a result, o f which the en tire amount o f Rs,*20.53 lo.khs is

-.accounted fo r as "S p il l , over" to be paid during tie Third Plan period. Of this la t te r amopnt the Commission's contribution towards the establishment of 6eology Depart­ment amounts to Rs. 3.13 lakhs which includes Rs. 30,000/- fo r - lib ra ry books and journals. The Committee recommends that the University may be .permitted to u t i l is e th is amount o f Rs.' 30,000/- fo r purchase o f l ib ra ry books' and journals in Geology to be placed in the central lib ra ry fo r the

• p'res-ent Until such tlii^e as. the new department is estab- ' lished.,’ Thus the s p i l l over to be paid by the Commission''

’ 'during the Third Plan Period would get reduced from Rs. 20,63 lakhs to Rs. 17.70 lakhs, 'The s p i l l over in ■.respect of th e . recurring expenditure towards the: appoint­ment of the teaching s ta f f -for the, f iv e science depart­ments and the. central worlcsbop f o.r the remaining period would be roughly RS’.. 5 lakhs-,

Dubing the Third Five Year Plan period, 'the Commiss­ion has already sanctioned a sum of Rs.2.15 lakhs as ad hoc < grants fo r meeting the basic .needs fo r the- purchase o f s c ie n t if ic equipment in the-various- science departments. This amount, includes, a sum o f Rs, -35,000/- for; the department o f Geology, Since the department of Geology is not to be , established, this.amount may be withdrawn, thus bringing thd amount already approved fo r purchase o f s c ie n t if ic equipment to Rs, 1,80 la.khs,

' The recommendations o f the present 'V is itin g C-ommitteefo r additional grants re la te oniy to (a) provision of Rs. 35,000/- fo f ' gas plant fo r the Department o f Chemistry, and ('b) a sum of Rs. 1 'lakh for-the central lib ra ry fo r the purchase o f journals in science'subjects and a sum o f

10,000/- fo r pur chase..,of, back;;,niqmb0rs- of jotfr-nallqin '■■'each o f- th e '’f iv e science 'departments. Thus the frdbli,l

recommendations amotint to Rs, 1.85 lakhs , on ly .

The Committee’ s observations rogardihg the c o lla ­boration preva iling at present betwen the U n iversity departments ..and the science;:-departments at'.the .Mahakoshal Mahavidyalaya have ,.baen made e a r l ie r 'in thl'S' report. The departments o f Mahakoshal Mahavidyalaya are reasonably equ ippedto .carry on undergraduate- teaching and to some

. . extent post-graduate in-the basic s'cience subjects. The^the mainten- .maj-or fa c to r affecting.£Larg-e number of students admitted ance o f proper to the B,Sc, and the M,Sc, cla.sses without any reference standards in to the minimum requirements fo r admission, and the ex is tin g these Depart- fa c i l i t i e s in the departments. I f the number o f admissions ments is the to each of these post-graduate classes is to be lim ited ^

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o f students standards

to not moro than 25 to 30 and proper se lec tion is nade s t r ic t ly on the basis o f m erit, proper could be maintairled. I f on the other hand an 'open door • policy* wero to be adopted as is being done at p resen t._ the standards are l ik e ly to go down considerably resu lting in very inadequate and improper tra in ing o f students both in theory and in p ra c t icd is . Sven i f the U n iversitydepartments are to be es ta b li to properly develop the Science Collego so that

hed, i t would be essen tia l science departments in Government the fa c i l i t i e s o f those two

in stitu tion s put,together would be teaching and proper maintenance o f Government Science College submits development o f th e ir post-graduate science subjects, the same may be the Commission.

Tho

able to ensure good standards. I f the proposa.ls fo r the departments in basic

considered favourably by

conm-ittbe would l ik e once aga in ito urge upon the U n ivers ity to speed ily appoint senior members o f the s ta f f fo r the science departments so that they could be associated with the planning & development o.f the dajihrtments concerned from the in i t ia l stages. I f however the u n ivers ity cannot find su itable qu a lified and experience persons to f i l l the posts o f Professors, they may apooint readers inth o ir places Lecturers and when required.

could, however, be- appointed as

General Schemes

The only buildings that e x is t on the new U n iversity Campus are the adm inistrative bJ.ock cum Convocation H all and the non-resident s.tudents centre. The U n iversity has not yef. bean'able to provide the basic amenities fo r its s t a f f and students. The proposals o f the U n iversity re la tin g to the construction o f a post-graduate hoste l, s ta ff 'q u a r te rs , guest house cun s ta f f club and V ice- Chancellor's residence deserve sympathetic consideration.

In view o f the general dearth o f hostel accommo­dation and the need fo r res id en tia l f a c i l i t i e s fo r students o f the newly established post-graduate departments, the U n ivers ity may construct a hostel fo r 100 students at an estimated cost o f Rs, 5,00.000 (Approx) inc lusive o f the cost o f tho warden’ s quarter, u t i l i t y shop and fu rn itu re.The Commission may provide 50^ o f the expenditure i . e ,Rs, 2,50,000. The exact figu res may be worked out on the

• basis o f d eta iled plans and estim ates. Assistance fo r items lik e approach roads, f ir e - f ig h t in g e tc , may not be a va ilab le .

I t is necessary to provide res id en tia l accommo­dation fo r the Vice-Chancellor and some members of the s ta f f on the U n ivers ity Campus, The State Government is making a p lo t of 31 acres ava ilab le to the U n iversity adjacqnt to the present s i t e . The Commission may permit the U n iversity to build s ta f f quarters fo r 6 Lecturers and 6 Readers (a t an approximate cost o f Rs.1.8 lakhs and Rs.1,5 lakhs resp ec tive ly ) and sanction a grant to the extent o f 50^ o f the to ta l approved expenditure. The Committee fe e ls that the U n ivers ity may not construct professors ' quarters at present as these w i l l involve a heavy stra in on it s finances. The V ice-Chancellor's residence may be b u ilt at an approximate coa^ of Rs,65,000/- and 50^ o f th is amount may be made ava ilab le by the Commission.

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For pronoting corporate acadenic and soc ia l lifCJi in the U n iversity 'and ,fOr providing -residentia l f a c i l i t i e s to v is ito rs the 'University nay build, a s ta f f club cun gu;st house at a to ta l cost of Rs. 1.5 lakhs out yof which the Coinnission nay provide Rs. 1 lakh. The connittee 'thus reco^nends the fo llow ing grants in respect o f general schemes.’

Pro.iect

Post-graduate hostel fo r

Approximate Total cost

Gomnission’ s share.

100 nen students. Rs, 5,00,000 Rs. 2,50,000

Staff quarters fo r . • •6 Lecturers and '6 'Readers .. '

Rs •'4

3,3.0,000 Rs. 1,65,000

Vice-Chancellor’ s . . . lod ge .

Rs. ■65,000 Rs. 32,500

S ta ff club cun . . . guest house.

Rs. 1,50,000 Rs. 1,00,000

Rs, 10,45,000 Rs. 5,47,500

*ROY* 23/3/63;

Statement showing the ex is tin g strength of the s ta f f and students in post-graduate and research departments o f

____ ___ _____________ ___________________________

Department. E x i s t i n g ___S t a fU n iversity Colleges p a r t i­

c ipating in post*-graduate teaching..___ _

Present enrolment in post­graduate

Research.

English

Economics

H istory

P o l i t ic a lScience

1 Reader

1 Reader

1 Professor 1 Reader and 1 Lecturer

1 Pro fessor, 1 Reader and 1 Lecturer

5 Lecturers

6 Lecturers

2 Lecturers

4 Lecturers

43

202

24

117

8

12

10

29

Philosophy

Sociology

Lai r

1 Professor, 1 Reader and 1 Lecturer

1 Pro fessor,1 Reader and2 Lecturers

1 Reader end2 Lecturers

4 Lecturers

N il

8

N il

55

26(LL .M;)

Chemistry 1 Professor 15 Lecturers 67

*R0Y* 23/3/63.

A '‘'v

'TMIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION

Meeting:

Dated 3rd A p r il, 1963.

Item 19(c) - To consider the report' o f the "VisitingCommittee appointed to assess the development needs o f the Panjabi U n ivers ity during'tho Third F ive-Year Plan period.

Tho proposals of the Panjabi U n iversity in respect o f Hnm.anities and Social Scienc.es and Science fo r the Third F ive Year Plan were examined by a Committee which v is ited the u n ivers ity at Patia la on the 22nd February, 1963.'

Tho report o f the Committee is enclosed (Annenfipe lD)h-

2', As th is is a new u n ivers ity started during theThird Plan, there is no s p ill-o v e r from the Second Plan. The fin an c ia l im plications o f the.recommendations o f the Committee fo r the remaining period o f the Third Plan are as under

I , Humanities & Social Sciences:

Purpose.

Non-Recurring;

(a) Building (including a l l services' & fu rn itu re .

( i ) L ibrary Block

( i i ) Post-graduate Block . (Built-up area 60,000 s q . f t . )

(b) L ibrary Books & Journals.

Recurring;

S ta ff - 1 Reader each fo r ' the Departments o f English, Panjabi, H istory and Economics.

Expenditurerecommended

Rs.

10,00,000

12,00,000

1,00,000

1,20,000

24,20,000

Share o f the....

Es.

6,66,666

6,00,000

1,00,000

60,000

14,26,666

I I . Natural Scie.nces;

(a) Building (including a l l services & furn iture) :

( i ) Block fo r the Depart­ment of Cho’riistry (Built-up area 25,000 s q . f t .)

( l i ) Block fo r the Depart­ments of Physics, and Mathematics (Built-up area 25,000 sq. f t .)

5,50,000

5,50,000

,2,75,000

2,75,000

p . t , o.

Purpose

b / f.

(b) n t:

(Rs. 1,50.,000/r- each fo r the Department s of Physic s and Chemistry)

(c) L ibrary Books & .Tournals;

Recurring;

' S ta ff - 1 Reader and 2 Lecturers ‘ or each of the Donartments o f Physics', Chernistry & Mathematics.

III.(a) Sta-^f quarters (4 -for

Readers and 10 for Lecturers) .

(b) H ostels;

( i ) 2 Blocks fo r lOO men students each

( i i ) 1 Block fo r 50 women students'

GranG Total:

recommended

11,00,000

3,OO,OO0,

1,00,000

'2,07,000

17,07,000

3,40,000

6,00,000

• 1,68,000

i i 7 o 8 , o o o

52,35,00(3

Share of the U. G.C, ____

5’, 50,000.

1,50,000

1,00,000-

1,03,500

’9,03,500

1,70,000

^•3,00,000

1,26,000

5,96,000

29726,166

The matter is placed before the Commission fo r orders.

Z ) . ■Atmaxiira I to I t ora. No._19 Co), dt ..3,4.63.

Report of the Connittee which axanllned the schemes of the Panjabi U n iversity at- Patia la .

The University* Grants Comraission appointed a Committee to report on the newly estahii.shed Panjabi U n ivers ity at Pdtiala and to examine the schemes forwarded by the U n iversity fo r development purpo^ses during tho Thl^'d F ive Y'^ar Plan* The Comirittee consisted o f the fo llow ing members -

. ' 1) Professor A *M, Khuspo,In s titu te of Sconomlc Growth',U n ivers ity o f Delhi.

l i ) D-” . U,N. Singh, ’P'^ofossor o f Mathematics,- M, S, U n iversity o f Baroda.

i l l ) .Dr. ,7.3. Patankar,Dev.elopment' O f f ic e r , U. G, C.

iv ) D” , S. Bhattacharya,Education O ffic e r , U. G. C.

2, Wg , the-members o f 'th e Gomralttee v is ite d the Panjabi University ' at Patia la on 22 Februarv 1963. Our terms o f r e f ,rence were p a rtly exploratory and p a rtly recommond.a- to ry . ■''/e Were to .report on the establishment and nrogress made by the Panjabi U n ivers ity and to recommend measures fo r i t s development during the Third F ive Year.P lan,period. On 22nd February in the morning we had a prelim inary discussion with the Vice-Chancellor and other au thorities o f the un ivers ityat the Baradarl Palace at Patia la which now accommodates the u n ivers ity o f f ic e s . A part o f the build ing is 'Used as the Senate h a ll and-t.he -S.yndicate and other meeting rooms. The Vice-Chancellqr and the Registrar a -so have th e ir residences in d iffe ren t parts o f the Palace. The second meeting was held in the' same evening to exchange-ideas with the u n ivers ity au thorities on the basis o f information we received from them, and the experience gained in course o f our v is i t to th,e d i f f e ­rent u n ivers ity cen'tres.

3. At the meeting held in the morning in which the Vice-Chancellor, the Registrar, the Chief Accpu'htant and the A rch itects o f the u n ivers ity were present, we; were given a background of the foundation o f the Panjabi I^ iver .s ity and the se lection o f Patia la as the' s ite fo r the u n ivers ity . We were also informed about the funds that were propbsed to be- made ava ilab le from the resources o f tho State Government by way o f contributions from the -State funds and from a specia l fund raised out o f the educational cess.

4, We were la te r taken round the proposed u n ivers itycampus which is situated about three miles away -from the c it y o f Patia la . The campus comprises an area o f 316 acres land, most of ’ diich is now under cu ltiva tio n . The

o fVI c e - Ch anc e l 1 or

informed us that according to laws no in force in Panjab, the en tire area could be acquired within 15 days and the u n ivers ity might immediately procedd with the construction o f essen tia l buildings as the land was considered suitab le enough fo r th is purpose.

p. t . o.

-2 -

X tj KJi. cx u tjci WJ.ZJ. «-»'-AiAlready there are nine co lleges-Inparting instructions fa cu lt ie s of Arts, Science, Connerce,. Modicihe, Sngineering. and Technology. The Mahendra Coll'...r,u,

and has a strength of about

5. We were favourably impressed about the s u ita b ility o f Patia la to' serve as the centre o f a teaching and unitary u n ivers ity .in d iffe ren t xauuxuj.«B u± xixua.Education and Engineering, and Technology. The Mahendra College Pa tia la , which is a Government. College and has a streng 1200 students was established in the year 1880, i . e , two years before the establishment o f the old Punjab U n iversity at Lahore. There are about 80 teachers-imparting instructions in d iffe ren t subjects upto the post-graduate stages T'-e College now does "post­graduate work in Economics, English,'-Hindi, H istory, M-athem.atics. Philosophy, P o l i t ic a l Science and Panjabi. I t has alsp Scierce classes up to the B.Sc. standard. Aoart from th is co llege , there are two more co lleges in Arts and S e le n e .o n e of which is exc lu s ive ly meant fo r women. *Thp>re is one co llege fo r Corm'erce, one co llege fo r Education^ a Dental College, a co llege of Physical Education in the c it y of Patia la . The M.edical College and the Thapar In s t itu te ,o f Engineering and Technolog.v have th e ir own d is t in c tiv e features and at once strike a v is it o r by the good qu a lity o f work done in. these in s titu tion s . The Mahendra College lib ra ry contains about 25,000 booksj Including some rare co lle c tion s . There is , in short, an atmosphere o f higher learning already ex isting In the city-. ••

6. The- Panjabi U n iversity was inaugurated by the President o f India on 24th June 1962. ./The Act incorporating the u n ivers ity defines i t s object as under j-

"To estab lish and incorporate a U n iversity fo r the advancement o f Panjabi studies and development o f Panjabi language as a medium of Instruction or

' otherwise fo r the providing o f instruction inhumanistic and s c ien t if ic subjects and generally fo r the promotion o f higher education and research.-"

I t w i l l appear, th ere fore , that the un ivers ity proposes to undertake teaching and research in a l l branches of science and hum.anities, emphasis b-eing given on Panjabi studios and develop­ment o f Panjabi language as a medium of 1‘. struct ion. Tho autho­r i t i e s have, however, decided that tho change” over from English to Panjabi as the medium of instruction should bo a gradual process and ■that- English should remain as the medium o f instruc­tion fo r sciences arid -other toc ’'"r'’ ? subi "ts u n til the Panja'’''i language was s u ff ic ie n t ly developed to- serve as-, the medium or instruction in these branches of learning.

7. The u n ivers ity has taken some, p ractica l steps to accelerate i t s establishment and development as-a unitary centre o f teachjng in the new campus. The adrainisti^ativo s ta ff consists o f men wno have considerable experience of running higher institn tlons,- including post-graduate centres under the older u n ive rs itie s . -Anart from the Vico-Ch^iicollor and the Registrar both o f whom have long -teaching- and adm inistrative experience, they have apoointed as arch itects men who were .active ly associated with the establishment and construction of the now -Panjab U n iversity at Chandigarh. The Chief Accountant of the Panjab U n iversity has been appointed to look a fte r the fin an c ia l admi-nistration of the Panjabi University at Patia la . The stageis thus set fo r the establishment and development of the-new u n ivers ity .

8. The Panjabi U n iversity is arranging to hold i t sf i r s t examination fo r under-graduate'arid post-graduate degree

-/-

-3-

courses from April 1963. I t in understood that the un ivers ity i s contemplating-1o reserve 20^ o f marks fo r in terna l assess­ment. Students■trained in the nine co lleg es in d iffe ren t faculties,m entioned above, w i l l be regarded as students of the new un ivers ity i/nich w il l examine th e ir fitn e ss fo r the degrees..

9. The schene Oi" a unitary post-graduate teaching centre as adumbrated by the u n ivers ity is w ell conceived,We are s a tis fied that, given su ffic ien t fin an c ia l backing, the au thorities have the w i l l power and energy to .execute . • th e ir plans fo r developing a good teaching and research centra in the new carpus* The Medical and Engineering College?-w ith th e ir hosp ita ls , ■'workshops etc. as w ell as . the Col'iege o f Physical Education, the College of Educatioil w ill- o f course remain in. th e ir present s ites where they ha-ve b u ilt up a ti'ad io lon of t.neir own. But the post­graduate sections o f Arts and ^ienc‘ e " fa cu lt ie s ha-' e to be developed-in the, aew set-up.

10, The unlvorsi'cy proposes to start teaching andresearch departments in twelve d iffe ren t subjects in Humanities and Sciences, and to undertake.a few other pro jects in order of prior .t.y, as shown in Anpendix.'A ’ attached, ; .r The c-ost of a l l these schemes including appointment of s ta f f , construction o f the ..■buildings, development s ite etc;-'' comes to Rs.2,36 crores,.as est'"mated by the u n ivers ity . ■ >We 'are of the .viev; that during the Third Plan period the u n ivers ity should only est,ablis,h post-graduate departments' in CheraLstry, Physics, .Mathematics, English, Panjabi,H istory and Economics, and that the Commission may assistthe u n ivers ity ’ P op th is 'purpose according to the usual p rin c ip les . The Coiiurhssion may also assist the u n ivers ity towards the construction o f the library., bu ild ing and a few host.els .and s ta ff quarters at the new s ite s .

; i l . Pending thepost- graduat o t. e ac hi conducted in the pre ■in English, Panjabi, number o f students i o f the Mahendra 'Coll S lm ila ily , the- Cherai housed in the Mahand th e ir new buildings occupation.

cohstruction of necessary build ings, ng on the Humanities:, side w i l l be '.usds of fne pres'eht Mahandra College .Economics and Mathematics., ^he present

the d iffe ren t post-gra'duate departments :}g.Q- Is given in Appendix ’ B’ attached, itry and Physics Department s. w i l l be a Coilegn or the Miidlcal College t i l l

on the nex-< campus are ready fi<5r

12, As the Mahendra College, Pa tia la , is a ' Governmentin s t itu t io n , the u n ivers ity proposes to take over the 1 post-graduate teaching o f th is co lle g e 'under i t s own control w .e .f , the session 1963-64. The Mahendra College, l ik e Other co lleges o f Patia la In Arts and Science, 'i id ll be doing only 'und'ar-graduale work. The univer'si'ty w i l l centra­l i s e post-gradua'to teaching in these subjects under i t s own resp on s ib ility -

13. The immodia have buildings fo r a supply o f books in a block in the HuiSanit and research blocks ' subjects which the u Science facu lty . We Grants Commission to

te requirement o f the u n ivers ity is to cen tra lised lib ra ry with adequate

11 subjects, teaching and research ie s ai.d the Social -Sciences ^ d teaching wd-th the necessary labora tories fo r n iv e rs ity wants to start under tho in v ite the atten tion of the Unive.raty the neces.sity- o f g iv ing the un ivers ity

p .o . o.

a centra lised library-r-.at gn estimated cost o f Rs.lO.OO lakhs ' .to start m th. Pendirt; the construction of the new lib ra ry , ’ the u n ivers ity may be provided with a sura o f Rs.1.00 lakh each fo r procuring books on .(a) Humanities and the Social Sciences, and (b) Natural Sciences. The un ivers ity has already arranged fo r the placing o f books stacks in the d i f f e ­rent ha lls of the Baradari Palace. Iramadiate f a c i l i t i e s fo r the acconraodation of books, is thus ava ilab le .

14, The teaching block for- the Humanities and SocialSciences which would serve, the requirements, of about 10 subjects would require about 60,000 s q .ft , bu ilt-up area which is 0st...mated to cost Rs,12.00. lakhs inclusive of services and furn iture. For-the Chemistry Department, the u n ivers ity would need a building ivith a built-up area of25,000 s q . f t , which would cost, inc lu s ive of a l l services and fu rn itu re, about Rs.5.5 lakhs. .A sim ilar building would bo required fo r housing the depar’fcra.int s of Physic s and' Mathe­matics. Ill addition to - th is , the D-^p.artment s of Physics and' ‘ Chemistry, to begin with, would each need equipment worth Rs.1.5 lakhs. • • . ,

15, As the u n ivers ity /tI I I bo situated in a campus, three miles away from the c ity , and wi-ll be res id en tia l in • character.',' tte need fo r hostois. and s ta ff quarters is great.To start with, we reqommend that the u n ivers ity may be given assistance fo r the construction- o f'tw o hostels fo r 100; men students each''and another hostel fo r ,50 women students' at an estimated cost of Rs.6.00 lakhs and Rs.1.68 lakhs respectivc iy . Provision may be made fo r quarters fo r 4 Readers and 10 Lectur'ors fo r the present^ This is estimated ■i'b cost Rs.3,40,000 (NR).'

16, As regards s ta ff , to be provided under the develop­ment scheme, the Commission may-assist the un ivers ity to appoint a skele ton -sta ff consisting of (a) one Reader eachfo r i t S’ department s o f .English, Panjabi, Economics and H istory and (b) one Reader and two..Lecturers each fo r th'e dQpaS’tments o f Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics. This s ta ff with the assistance of teachers from the .Mahendra College would be adequate to carry on the -post-graduate wOrk fo r a lim ited number o f students (not more than ten fo r .each M. Sc. class fo r Physics and Chemistry) t i l l the end of the current Plan period whan the u n ivers ity is expected to have i t s own buildings on the new campijs.

The fin an c ia l im plications o f the recommendations made above are as under

I • Humanities & Social Sciences:

Purposerecommended.

Ps.

Share of the

Ps,

Non-F

(i)-L ib ra ry Block

( i i ) Post-graduate Block (B u ilt- up area 60,000 s q . f t . )

(b) L ibrary Books and Journals

10,00,000

12,00,000

■1,00,0002s700,000

6,66,666

6,00 5 000

1,00,000 13 5 66,666

?urDOS(

h / f .

Recurring;

■.5fcaff - ‘ 1 Reader each fo r the Departments o f English, Panjabi H istory and Economics.

Expenditurerecomim ended

P<.23,00,000

1,20,000

11‘. Natural Scienc os:

( a) Building ( including a l l services & furn iture)

( i ) Block fo r the Department 5,50,000of Chf iristry (Built-up area 25,000 s q . f t . )

( l i ) Block fo r the Departments 5,50,000of Physics and Mathematics (Built-up area 25,000 sq ..ft.)

(b) Bguiument; 3 ,00,000(R s.1 ,50,COO/- each fo r the Departments of Physics and Chemistry)

( c) Library Books & Journals; 1 500,000

Recurring;S ta ff - 1 Reader and 2 Lee- 2,07,000turers fo r each of the Depart­ments o-* Jhysics, Chemistry & Mathematics.

I I I . General;

(a) S ta ff qu-rters (4 fo r Readers nd 10 fo r Lecturer .)

(b) Hp,st,2l^ ;

( i ) 2 Blccks fo r 100 men stud ;nts each

( i i ) 1 Block fo r 50 women stud :nt s.

Grand Tota l;

17,07,000

3,40,000

6,00,000

1,68,000

11,08,000

Share of the U. G.C.____^

P..13,66,666

60,000

S i ,20,000 14,26,666

2.75.000

2.75.000

1.50.000

1,00,000

1.03.500

9.03.500

1.70.000

3,00,000

1,26,000

5,96,000

52,35,000 29,26,166

I t is recomm'nded that th is expenditure may be approved and share of the Commission indicated above may be sanctioned as 'grants towards the Development schemes o f the Panjabi

I n 'GO ic lu s ion , we would put on rncord our thanks t o th e i n i v e r s i t y a u t h o r i t i e s f o r showing us round the d i f f 3rent edu ca t iona l i n s t i t u t i o n s and th e u n i v e r s i t y car >us and, f o r g i v i n g us f a c i l i t i e s t o examne the sc .temes.

Sd. A.M. Khusr . Sd. U.N. 'Singl Sd, V.S. Patar :ar

Sd. S. Bhattac larya.

Appehdlx . 'A

Post-graduate departnonts in the d iffe ren t subjects in Hunanitios and Sciences proposed to be started by -.the Panjabi U n ivers ity in order o f p r io r ity . ' ' '

teaching and. RHSBAflCH DBP,ARTMBNTS.

1964-65 1965-66

1. Che.nistry Departnent 1,29,61071,350 NR

2,60,296 2,06,000 NR

3,24,052 1,60,500 NR

2. Physics Department 1,14,71071,350 NR'

2,29,3211,87,900 NR .

2,85,4742,10‘,600-NR

3, English Department 26,8202,950 NR

53,164300 Nfl

62,596r

4, Panjabi Department 32,4804,650 NI

56,876100 NR

63,404

5. Economics Department 27,4203,000 NR

53,484300 NR

62,826

6, Mathematics Department 26,4203,000 NR

52,484300 NR

61,826

7. Geography Department 39,62063,000 NR

56,864 300 NR

8. Psychology Department•m

32,16044,000 NR

61,084

9. Public Administrationmm

24,0202,850 NR

42,908

lO. Sociology Department - 26,4202,850 NR

46,884

11, P o l i t ic a l Science Department- 24,0202,850 NR

48,508

12.Hi story Departmentmm

24,0202,850 NR

48,508

13.H istory Project (ResearchDepartment) 44,895

34,100 NR

f

52,845 55,016

14,Translation Doptt. 55 ,475 6,900 NR

67,147 70,563

15.Physical Education Dept, 6,0802,050 NR

9,876 10,624

16.Department o f Neurology. 98,53P3,00,000 NR

1,14,484 1,19,163

17'. Depth, o f V irology 75,64«3,00,000 NR

84,072 86,260

18. Library 5,44,205 6,77,7257,56,000 NR

5,21,316

Tota l Recurring 11,82,225 18,82,034 20,27,876

Tota l Non- Recurring

7,99,350 NR 12,69,300 NR 3,71,400 NR

Grand Tota l; 19,81,575 31,51,334 23,99,276

Appendix 'B'

•Kumber o f post-graduate students in Mohendra College, Patiala,.'

Sfub.i e c t ... V Year ' VI Year

Bngli sh 25 22

Mathematic s 20 3

Hi st ory 7 12

Hindi ' 3 3

Punjabi 16 11

P o l it ic a l Science 14 9

Philosophy 6 5

Bcopomlcs 17 ' 13

UNIVBRgITY .GRANTS COlvIMISSION MATHURA ROAD. W DELHI-1.

) b o '

MEETING?

Dt, 3rd A p r i l, 1963,

Item No,20 : To consider the question whether the A ligarh Muslim U n iversity be given assistance in f u l l by the Coiimission tov/ards the expenditure of Rs*8,5 lakhs, approved fo r construction of Physibs Laboratory b u ild in g , w a iv in g 'th e ,condition regarding th e 'U n iv e rs ity *s contribution of Rs,4,37,582/-,

The Commission at th e ir meeting held on 7th

February 1962 v;hile considering the request of the

A liga rh Muslim U n iversity to exempt i t from the payment

o f i t s share o f Rs,4,37,582/- towards the construction

of the Physics Laboratory bu ild in g desired that a

Committee representing the U ,G .C j, the Finance M inistry

and the Education M in istry be appointed to go into

the h isto ry o f th is case and raalce a report on the

s itu a tion . Accordingly, the fo llow in g Committee was

appointed fo r the purpose

1) Shri K, Sachidanandan,Deputy Secretary,M in istry of Finance,

2 ) Shri T riyog l Narain,Under Secretary,M in istry of Education.

3) Dr, V ,S , Patankar,U.G.C.

The report o f th is Ccsnmittee is attached as Annexure ”A",

This bu ild in g is intended both fo r under-graduate

and post-graduate work and is almost complete. The

p lin th area provided v iz . 50,540 S q .f t , compares

favourably with the p lin th areas ava ila b le fo r the

Physics Departments in the Delhi and the Banaras Uni­

v e rs it ie s ,.

The matter is placed before the Commission fo r

consideration .

^3 ^ ke;xjre a 'uo lijeTii Wo,20

REPORT OF THE COPEITTTEE APPOINTED BY_P3 G01MISSI0N_T0 'do INTO THE HIS~TORY OF THE PHYSICS DBPiiliEIENT BUILDING, ALIGARH MUSLIM UNTYBHSfTY.

The scheiae wAs ’ proposed hy the Registrar o f the A ligarh Mnslin U n iversity in 'h is le t t e r No,D,18874 dated 30th December 1954 (copy attached as Annexufe I ) , T ^ ile pointing out"that the f a c i l i t i e s ava ilab le in the e x is t in g 'b u ild in g -o f 'th e Physics Department are to ta l ly inadequate to meet i t s expanded a c t iv i t ie s j 'h e submitted a proposal'a long V ith plans and estimates fo r the con­strue tibn o f ' a new b u ild in g 'fo r the Department o f Physics a t“ an estimated cost o f Ps.7.00 laichs. In th is le t t e r i t was niso indicated that the U n ivers ity had at its disposal Rs,4,37,582/- fo r the construction o f th is new build ing.The Commission was;therefore requested to sanction the balance as a grant,

2; The Scrutiny Committee o f the U n ivers ity GrantsCommission examined th is proposal in June 1955 and accepted the same in p r in c ip le ,

3 ,' Later in December 1955, the"U n iversity submittedrev ised plans fo r tho~canstruction o f th is bu ild ing a t " - an 'estim ated cost o f Rs,6,57,000/- exclusive o f the labo-'" fa to ry serv ices , fu rn itu re , c o n t in g e n c ie s a rc h ite c t fees, e tc , which'were expected to cost an add itional amount o f Rs;4,59,700/-, These plans and estimates were re ferred tw ice t'o the C.P.V/.D," fo r s c ru tin y ,' In th e ir f i n a l ' comments received some time in August-Septe'mber 1956, the C,p;WiD," suggested that the ex tra provision of Rs,25,270/- fo r p rov id in g 'b etter-m ateria ls be deleted'and(b) extra provisi'on o f Rs,-37,900/-'fo r making underground a n d 've r tica l ducts be accepted provided there 'is proper "J u s t if ic a t io n 'fo r ' the same. The Uommissipn at th eir meeting held on 30th November 1956. approved the 'construe* tion o f the bu ild ing at an estimated cost o f Rs,8,50,000/- in c lu d in g 'a ll se rv ices , underground a n d 'v e rtica l labora­to ry ducts e tc , but excluding furni-fcure, "This sanction ^was conveyed to the U n ivers ity v ide Commission’ s le t t e r 'dated 22nd January 1957 (copy attached, as Annexure I I ) . E a r lie r the Commission at th e ir meeting held -011 28th July 1956 had sanctioned an advance grant o f Rs.l.OO lakh to enable the U n ivers ity to purchase bu ild ing m aterials e tc , according to the then prevalent p o licy o f the Commission,

4'i In M s le t t e r dated 20th September, 1958, (attachedas Annexure I I I ) , the Regis'trar o f the U n iversity in t i - , mated th e_Commission that v/hen the -oroposal fo r the ' Construction o f th is ' bu ild ing was f i r s t made, th c U M v e r - '* s ity in tended 'to provide i t s matching share o f Rs,4,37,582/- toTmrds the cost o f construction ''o f the building by u t i l is in g the fo llow in g donations s- . _

Bhopal grant fo r Science C ollege 2'f Bhawalpur State .grant fo r bu ild ing3, Bhopal State grant fo r 'a Flying. Club

(which is not l ik e ly to be e'stab- lish ed ) . - Rs

4, Mahraoodabad 'Sjbate grant fo r buildings Rs,5, From the'balance ava ilab le in the

Auchinleck Memorial Fund -Rs,

Rsi 2,48,479-7^0 Rs, 65,000-0-0

50,000*K) “0 3,000-0-0

71,102-9-6•» M M M M

T e ta l: *Rsi4 j 37,582*0*6 ■

contd,

De u tl as tide's e o f th is

sed

2 s-

Tlie Re'.gistrar further infornied that oh the basis o le 'gal "advice received 'by the U n ivers ity , the anoun

' mentioned'.'under iten 3 and 5 above‘'could not fo-if the construotion o f thd Physics building were donated fo r specific- purposes. In view

' s itu a tion , the University- requested that its- contribution tov/afds' the'construction o f 'th e build ing be-lowered by Efe. 1,21,102/- to Rs*3', 16,480/- only. , I t -was also pointed out that even" th is reduced, anount woiild Hot be ava ilab le iimnediately as the accumulated defioibs had conpletelly exhausted the reserve fund, but' the U n iversity would be happy to contribute its share ns soon as it. recei-yes a grant from the Government to wipe out; the d e f ic its .

5* V/hile th is matter was s t i l l under consideration,the-.Vice-Chancellor through his le t t e r dated 9th November 196i tcopy enclosed as Annexure-IV)'’intimated the Commission that out o f the amount o f Rs,3,16,480/-'e a r lie r earmarked fo r the"Phys±cs bu ild ing, the U n iversity has u t il is e d a sum, o f Rs,2,49,123/1- fo r the purchase^ o f some private , estates and that bhe"-University was thus l o f t only with a'balance o f Rs,67,357/-, He therefore requested the

: Commission*to exempt the University from i t s s.hafe'of Rs'i4,37,582/- and permit i t ' t o contribute.Es,67,367/- only

.. as it s share towards the construction o f the build ing,

6 , ' According"to the la te s t progress.|.febort received from the University', an expenditure' of'Rsi7,38',753/- has been incurred upto 31,12.1962 oh the cons true'-tion. o f th is b u ild in g ,' The Gomimission has so fa r paid Rs,3,50,000 as i t s shared D eta ils o f grants paid are given in Annoxure V,The excess expenditure has been'met'by th e 'U n ivers ity out o f i t s Fund Account in which unspent balances against certa in ind ividual 'grants are kept and als.o with the overdraft, f a c i l i t i e s ava ilab le to the U n iversity in the \lo c a l State Bank.

/7 , " In the report -of the- A ligarh Muslim University Enquiry'~C6mmittee, -dates o f purchase o f s.ome o f the p roperties , mentioned in..th-e Vice-Chancellor le t t e r dated 9th November 1961,'are given. One 0; f these "properties _ was purchased‘in 1955, another in 1957 and'-two-in-1959 J I t is thus 'clear that part o f the funds earmarked fo r 'bhe construction o f the Physics build ing as the”Uni'versity ’ s' matching share -was'utilised by the U n iversity even^prior to the f in a l approval o f the scheme by' the Commission in1957,. It'seem s to us that th is fa c t should have been brought to the notice o f the'Commission by th e University much ea r lie r 'th a n November 1961.' U n ivers ity 's le t t e r dated 20th March 1963 indicates that no le g a l advice was obtained while d ivertin g the'donations, received fo r sp ec ific purposes, -for .'purchase o f pri-vate estates. 'A lso there is nothing i 2i 'the papers made ava ilab le to us to show th a t Financial Comrii- t t e e 's approval was 'abtalned fo r d iversion o f funds earmarked fo r Physics Departmont 'building to the purchasing o f private property -or that fu l l facts o f the case were ever placed before the Finance Commftteo.

8/-- • At the"instanno o f the A ligarh Muslin UniversityEnquiry Committee (.1961), the Chief Technical Examiner •to -bhe .Government o f India undertook to examine tho

' -qu a lity■and quantity o f work done in the construction

, .contd.

-T~?5— r=r-

o f Physics"build ing and lie correctness o f p a ren ts m ade'thereof up to elate. His report nay be 'soen at pages 96-100 in the ippendices to the Report o f the A ligarh Muslim U n iversity Enquiry C a in ittee , IVhile concluding his report, the C h ief Technical Examiner to the ■ Goverrin< nt" 61 Indna has stated that "the various defects pointed out In the qu a lity o f the work; less use o f cement, OTong and irregu la r mode o f recording Kieastiremeiits, v.id the over-payments to the extent of'rs,6,895/- Would .not have occurred, had there been proper check on the woT'k at various le v e ls and fu les regarding” recording o f measurements had been observed. No check on' the qu a lity o f work appears to have been exercised by higher” o f f ic e r s as is evident frem the la ck ‘ o f te s t check o f neasurenlents though they a fe ’ expected to ” exorcise a percentage te s t check. However, the higher o ffic e rs 'h a ve been quite l ib e ra l in sanctioning rates f6 r extra items,-I'

ReRistered

The Secret'jiry,U n iversity Grants Cominissionj Mandi House, I'evj Delhi.

ANNE>ruks I

D-18874/- 30th December, 1954.

Su-bject;- Construction o f o, new bu ild ing fo r the Department o f Ph3rsics - A ligarh Muslin Universitjr,

Dear S ir ,

I t is proposed to coifstruct' a. new bu ild ing fo r

the Department o f Physics as the f a c i l i t i e s a va ilab le -in

the ex is tin g bu ild ing are to ta l ly inaderuats to moot the

'expanded a^ctivities o f the Department, The Universitj'- has

at i t s disposal a sun o f P'j,4,37,582/- fo r the construction

•of a new bu ild ing fo r the Department of PiV/sics against

an estiiaated expenditup?6 o f R ,7 lahhs required fo r the

purpose, I am therefore to request you to move the

Commission to k indly sanction the balance so that the

construction .of the bu ild ing may be taken in hand immedia­

te ly ,

' ' I am enclosing herewith d e ta iled estimates o f the

bu ild ing together with blue prin ts fo r the scrutiny and

sanction of-the Caanission.

Yours fa i th fu ll ; ’-,

Sd/- S.Mahmud Hosain

Regis crar

No. F .6-2/56 (

To

New D e lh i-1 the 2 2 / 2 2 J?jiuary 1957.

The R e j is t r a r , U n ivern it'y o f Ai.ii^^arh, A l i " a r h .

SUBJECT; GRANT-IN-AID FDR BUILDING CD iIGTRUCTION.

S irI an d ire c te d to say th a t tlio U n iv e rs ity Grants

Gcnnission has accepted, the r e v is e d -plans "and a s t in a tes suhmitted by you (v id a your A rc h ite c ts ’ l e t t e r No.71-AU/56 dated-the 20th' - August, 1956) sj.id have approved t o t a l expenditure o f Ps»8,50 jOOO/- (E ir;ht la lih f i f t y t.housand o n ly ) fo r the co n s tru c tio n ” o f 't h e Physics Laboratory b u ild in cs (co ve r in g f lo o r area o f '48,431 S f t . ) in c lu d in g the co s t o f f^eneral and LaboratoiR” s e rv io e s , m ider- ground and v e r t i c a l la b o ra to ry ducts as w e ll as p ro v is io n fo r a llo v ;in g C onstruction to be made 3 s to reys and fo r the r is e in the co s t o f the con stru c tion r .ia te r ia ls .

2 , As per your l e t t e r N o.M il "dated the 30t.h Deconber, 1954, the U n iv e rs ity is to p rov id e r.;*4j37,582 fron i t s own resources fo r the con stru c tion o f the new b u ild in gs against an est5uiated c o s t o f rs.8 ^50 jOOO. Fron the- Cor.m ission's33Htsdx±hs:caStkxDas3n3bssK:^x±^fix share o f rupc-es 4^12,418/- an advance' grant o f ?,. 1,00,000/- has a lread y been pa id to the Uni­v e r s i t y as per Corirvission's l e t t e r N o .!\7 1 -i/5 S (A ) dated the 17th Decenber, 1956, ThG-Oonnission have now sanctioned payment o f the balance anoujit o f Rs.3,12,418, "This grant w i l l be pa id in such insta lm ents and a t such .in te rva ls as nay be determ ined in the l i g h t o f the requirem ents o f tho Universi'fcy a.hd. in accordance vjitJi the rate- o f progress o f in p len en ta tion o f the Scheme fo r which the grant has 'been sanctioned ,

3 . The above gr^uit is sanctioned su b ject to the fo l lo w in g fu r th e r c ond.it i o.ns > -

( i ) A f t e r the proposa l is accep ted , the U n iv e rs ity sh a ll in v i t e tenders from approved con tra c to rs and obta in com pletion c e r t i f i c a t e and a c e r t i f i c a t e o f the co s t o f con stru c tion fra a an Engineer o f the O.P.lv.D,

area and submit the same to the U n iv e rs ityo f theGrants Cainicsion, when f in a l instaloment o f the grant w i l l be paid,

( i i ) The aniount paid (plus the U n ivers ity 's share should be u t il iz e d for the purpose fo r vdiich the grant has been sanctioned,

( i i i ) That the building shall be constructed in accordancewith the plans arid estimates approved by the Connission.

( i v ) That the vrork shall be open to inspection by an o f f ic e r o f the Contral Public Works Doparteent dur.lng the progress of construction and any instruc­tions given by such o f f ic e r with regard to the work sha ll bo complied with.

(v ) A report on the progress of'oxpendituro and the im­plement at ion o f the scheme should be- submitted t'6' the

(v i )

Commission a t the end o f Jujio, 30th Se-ntomber e tc .

each f'uartor ending on 30'bh

A sthtement o f accounts duly aud ited and .a c e r t i f i c a t e fron the au d itors to the e f f e c t th a t tho amount has been u t i l i s e d fo r th e p u rp ose"fo r which i t was g iven and th a t" the "N n ivers ity has con tr ib u ted from i t s ov/n funds, i t s share o f Is,4 ,37 ,582/- should bo fu rn is h e d 'to tho Commission a t th e end o f a f in a n c ia l y year and on the com pletion o f the b u ild in g programme,

(v ) That i f the a c tu a l expenditure on the bv iild in g as' c e r t i f i e d by tho au d ito rs f a l l 's h o r t o f the amount

/(paid In excess pa id by the Commission, any amoimt/.shall be refunded tothe Commission,. Sd/-i(B.D.L^.''"''ia

No.11307

AWITMUNE - I I I

From:

To:

The Nog;i.strar,A ligarh Iluslim U n ivers ity j A ligarh ,

The Sscrotary,U n ivers ity Grant's Conniission,Old M il l Road,- Non Delhi.

Dated A ligarh , the 20th Sentember, 1958,

Subject: GRANT-IN-AID FOR CONSTRUCTION OF PEYSICS LABORATORY BUILDING-ALIGARE MUSLE-I UNIVERSITY.

S i r ,

■ ■■ *¥e achnowledge ^ rith thanJes the rece ip t o f your le t t e r No.F.4-2/58 (S) dated 23td August, 1958 conveying the sanction ■ o f the U n ivers ity Grants Commission to the naimient o f Fs,50,000/- as gran t-in -a id fo r the construction o f the new Physics Labo­ra tory Build ing, The prescribed form T.R.42 fo r Es,50 ,000/-'duly f i l l e d and signed is being enclosed herewith with the request that an early payment o f the same may hindly be arranged.

With regard to the U n ivers ity 's matching share I have gone ca re fu lly in to the question and fin d that the amount o ffe red -vras made un as fo llo w s :-

SOURCES

1. lib.2,4-8,479-7-0 fc, 65,000-^0-0

3, Rs, 50,000-0-0

4. lb. 3,000-^0-05.

Rs.4.37,582-0-6

Bhopal State Gr-:nt fo r Science College.3]ia\/alpur State Gr ^nt fo r bu ild ings.Bhopal State Grant fo r iUgaing Club as th is F lying Club is not possib.le to be established. Mabmoodabad State Gr.aiiit fo r bu ild ings.From the balance ava ilab le in the Auchin- lecE Momorial Fund.

/jnatch-ing

You w i l l please observe that items 1,2 and 4 were to be u t i l is e d towards the construction o f buildings and these could have been earmarked fo r the bu ild ing o f the Physics Laboratory,In the case o f item 3 the amount was donated fo r the establishr.ient o f the F lying Club and item 5 was earmarked fo r the Auchinleck Memorial I\ind, Our Legal Adviser has reported that these amounts cannot be u t il is e d fo r the construction o f bu ild ings, as they were donated fo r other sp ec ific purposes. This means that the raa5cimum'amount vre can u t i l is e fo r the Physics Laboratory is Rs.3,16',479-7-0 the to ta l of items 1,2 and 4 as the matching sh^re o f th is U n ivers ity , .

I deeply regret that the o f fe r o f find ing Rs,4,37,582/- as ouf/.'S'hare'was based on an incorrect ost.'.mate. Even the amount o f Rs,316,479/7/- to be contributed by the U n iversity as its share is unfortunately not'imm ediately a va ilab le . The'Vice-Chancellor in his le t t e r No.D.COlA^G dated 13th Ssptambor 1958 addressed to you h . 3 re fe rred to the fa c t that fo r several ” o<,,rs th is U-’iv e rs ity was running on d e f ic i t budgets with the fesul'fc- tb.at the to ta l d e f ic i t has now accumulated to Rr .29,30 ,431/7/6. This d e f ic i t has almost conp lete lj' exhausted our reserves, -ThG U n iversity w i l l be happy to contribute its share o f ?s,316,479/7/- as soon as the U n ivers ity receives the : :rant to v/ipe‘ out th is d e f ic i t . T i l l such time, I t is rGnueste-'’ that the Commissi^xi r n y kindlLy be persuaded to continue pa'yrioht o f further ins i-^.lironts o f the grant so that the work of cons true'fclon, vrtiich is in a fa i r ly advanced stage, ma;'' not bo withheld.

Yours fa ith fu lly ,Sd/-

Registrar

Copy o f D.O, le tt9 r~Tr A ligarh Muslin ITnivers Kothari, Chairman, Uni

AITNFXJnE - IV

Z a id i, V ice-Chancellor,_ -T — _ . _ .U _L LLl. O ,h) bo Di*

Covriission j_ 'I

/ac-dressGcn . •

D.S.iolh i.Jen J1

• The UniveTsity Gro,nts CoiT-raission imder its le t t e r Wo.F,6-2/56(S) dated 22nd JsJUiarylQS?, approyed the cons­truction of a new Physics Laboratory bu ild ing, at a cost o f Ls.S.S lalchs> V/hile approaching the Gcximission fp r a special bu ild ing grant fo r the purposej on a report received from the then Honorary Treasurer", th e 'U n ivers ity informed ’the Caiimission that ah amount o f Hs.-d ,37,582/--would'be contributed by the U n ivers ity to\;ards the construction o f the bu ild ing, VJhen the U n iversity uas asked by the Commission fo r it s matching share, T looked in to the question c a r e fu lly ■and found that the amount o ffe red vras made up o f 2-

Is,2,4-8,479-7-0 The Bhopal'grant fo r Science College,65.nno-n-n The Bhawalpur State grant for building,

The Bhopal State grant fo r a Flying Club (which is not l ik e ly to be estab lished )The Mahmoodabad State grant fo r

1. k.2 ,48 ,479^7-02. k . 65 ,000-0-03, R5. 50 ,000-0-0

4. Rs. 3 ,000-0-0

,5. Rs, 71 ,102-9-6

Rs,4.,37 ,582-0-6

Excluding these items, the amount tha.t 'the U n ivers ity could possib ly d iv e r t ' toirards the bu ild ing p ro ject' in question was only P5,3,16,479/7/-, The o ffe r to fin d k .4,37 ,582/- as our matching share appears to have been based on a misunderstanding. This fa c t was brought to the notice o f tho Commission under the U n ive rs ity 's le t t e r Wo.D,11307, dated 20th September, 1958,

/also wherein i t was/pointed out 'bhat, as the to ta l ' d e f ic i t o f . the Univorj^ty whicla had accumulated to Fs.29.,30 ,431-7-8, had. ejehausted a l l the reserves o f the University,- it'vm 'uld be in a pos ition to contribute the amount o f rs,3,16j479-7-0'only when- a grant to wipe o f f the d e f ic i t was rece ived . As you lcnoi\'', no f in a l decision has yet been taken"about the pajmient o f a grant asked fo r in my le t t e r Wo.D,801/^/C, dated I3th September, 1958, to cover the accumula'fced d e f ic i t o f the U n ivers ity ,

As the construction o f the Physics bu ild ing was progressing, the U n iversity continued to meet the •expendl'ture from other sources in the hope that the Canmission would favourably consider its request fo r exemption from the contribution o f the matching share,.. As the bu ild ing is nearing caapletion , I am extremely anxious, to s e tt le the matter at as early a date as possib le . Therefore, I again ca lled fo r a report from the Honorary Treasurer to ascerta.in vrhat exactly was the amount the U n ivers ity could possibly fin d as it s contribution. The f in a l ro ’ ort receivod from him in th is respect shows that of the above isentionodamounts kept in 'bhe 'Floating Reserve Fu,nd :ho fo llow in gpurchases to ta llin g . Rs,2 ,49,122,71 have been mado md that there remains only an amount o f Rs.67,357/- - rhich may possib ly be made a va ila b le ;fo r .the expenditure o.n t i e bu ild ing p ro je c t ;-

. . . .contd.

1. Purehaso of house fromMr, S.A. d a lr l .. •. . D f t . . . 10 ,230-12

2. Purchase o f house fro;'Mr. A.E.. Zubairi 22 ,628-28

3. Purchase of house from -

Mr. K.G. Saiylcaln Rs. 32 ,447-00

4. Purchase o f Ardoe Estate in ~ . . - I.

- Ranildaet FiS • 39,337-91

5, Purchase o f -Yusuf V i l la and - • , . -

Uashenan f t . 73,076-00

6. •Purchase o f house fron -

Mr. S.M. Shafi ft . 28' 000-00

7, Purchase o f A l i Manzil Rs. 37', 500-00

8. P lots and lands fo r construc­tion o f houses purchased fromAnas Khan Shera-rani Rs. 5,903-00

ft .2 ,49,122-71

In the circujnstances yon w i].l see that the University is unable to f u l f i l the undertakiry:' laade under r, misunderstanding during my precloccsscr ’ s tine and t ’ i..t i t v/ill not be in a pos ition to contribute its j'ronisG"'’ share fo r t ic khysics bu ild-- J . - ...................— — — - V — ------------

Ing. I sh a ll, th ere fore , be gra te fu l i f 3-011 u i l l ]:indly moveto e1'cnr>t the U nia-orsitv frnri i t e eh,;re o fthe Com ission

ANNEXURE -V

Grants paid by the Commission to A ligarh Musliid U n iversity fo r construction o f Physics Building.

1956- 571957- 581958- 6-91959- 60

ft. 1,00,000 ft. 50,000 f t .1,50,000 ft. • 50-,000-

Totals Rs,3,50',000

U n ivers ity Grants Commission

Item No,22;

Meeting;

Dated 3rd A p r il, 1963

To consider the proposal from the Asia Founda­tion fo r g iv ing assistance to u n ive rs itie s fo r the purchase o f books, equipment, e t c , , from the D ollar a rea .

A number o f u n ive rs ities have been approaching the Asia Foundation fo r assistance towards the purchase o f l ib ra ry books, journals and equipment from the d o lla r a r»a .The Foundation has been fe e lin g fo r sometime the need to examine these requests In a co-ordinated way, with the assls- t.anc-..- o f Da body lik e .the U n ivers ity Grants Com^misslori before any help is given to them. Professor Park, Representative o f the Asia Foundation in India discussed th is question with the Commission’ s o f f ic e on l2th March, 1963. I t was mentioned that the Foundation might be in a position to set apart a sum o f about $ 1,00,000 fo r providing fore ign exchange to selected u n ivers ities for purchase o f equipment, books and journals, The two a ltern a tives -considered fo r provision r>f grants from the fund were;

1) •All'Ocatlonj could be made by the Asia Foun­dation to the U n ivers ities on the advice o f the Commission,

2) The Asia Foundation might place the entire fund at the disposal o f the Commission, the Foundation being aseociated with the proce­dure.

Professor Park agreed to disquss these proposals with the Foundation au thorities in U.S.A. in the course o f his f fr th - comlng v is i t to that country, A further question which was considered in th is connection re la ted to the area o f studies fo r which the Foundation would be w ill in g to make assistance a va ilab le . Professor Park stated that .since in the present, s itu a tion , scien|,e subjects were much better placed than Arts subjects in regard to resources ava ilab le fo r develop­ment o f teaching and research, the Asia Foundation would lik e to confln«» it s grants fo r the strengthening o f fa c i­l i t i e s fo r Humanities and S oc ia l Sciences, which may perhaps alsTi include such subjects as L in gu is tic s , Psychology, Mathematics and S ta t is t ic s ,

P ro f, Park also mentioned the Foundations^ in terest in promoting the study o f Asian Languages, H istory and Culture in some Indian U n ive rs it ie s . He was Informed o f the Commission's own in terest in the matter o f developing the study o f Chinese, Tlbe.tan and Japanese languages and culture in th is connection. P ro f, Park suggested th a t, i f aceepta>le to the Commission, th e 'A s la Foundation could find some competent teachers fo r th is purpose from the Asian countries and, i f necessary, provide an expert who could act as a consultant to the Commis-aion in dealing with schemer, fo r the development o f Asian studle* ,

The matter is placed before the Commission

U n ivers ity Grants Commission

Item 23;

M eeting:

Dated 3rd A p r il, 1963

To consider the question o f assistance the Central Government may render in the event o f a U n ivers ity in a State being forced to close down.

The U n iversity Grants Commission, in th e ir meet­ing held on 5th December, 1962, while considering a note on "U n ivers ities in National Emergency", desired that a l l possible assistance be given to the Gauhati U n iversity to enable at least its . post-graduate students to prosecute th e ir studies with the help o f other U n ivers ities and a lso , i f necessary, fo r conducting th e ir annual examinations. However, in view o f the fact that the U n ivers ity reopened on 2nd January, 1963, i t was not necessary to make ariy specia l arrangements in th is regard. I t has, however, been suggested that independently o f what had happened in Assam, 1 he question as to what assistance the Central Government dan render in the event o f a U n ivers ity in a State being forded to close down in a s im ilar contingency may be exa- mi 1 d by the U.G,C. T' • \ : i"? ’ G' -

i i " ...The matter is placed before the Commission,

m

Addl.Item 1: To consider a proposal from the Indian School o f In ternationa l Studies regarding the f ix a ­tion o f the sa lary 6 f the V is it in g -Professor in Economics.

While determining the maintenance grant due to the Indian School o f In ternational Studies i t had been d ec i­ded by the U n ivers ity Grants Commission that the School may have three V is it in g Professors/Readers in the School and the terms and conditions on which these posts be f i l l e d in may be got approved from the Commission, The School au thorities had ea r lie r intimated that they proposed to appoint a V is it in g Professor in In ternational Economics in the scale o f Rs.lOOO- ,50-1600 plus allowances. I t was however suggested to the School that i t might perhaps be better i f instead o f appoint- i'hg a V is it in g Pro'fessor in a scale o f pay and g iving him allowances he should be appointed on a fixed sa lary without any allowances. The School au thorities have new accordingly sent a revised proposal ind icating that the V is it in g P ro fes­sor may be appointed on a fixed salary o f BSilSOO/- p.m. on the assumption that the tenure o f the Professor w i l l be three years,

The proposal o f the School is placed before the Commission fo r consideration.

U n ivers it3'' Grants Commission

Meeting;

Dated 3rd A p r il , 1963

Addl.Item 2: To receive the Audit Reports on theAnnual Accounts o f the U n ivers ity Grants Commission ‘fo r the years 1958-59 to 1961-62 as placed before Parliament.

-’•'is re-^uired by Section 19(4) o f the

U n ivers ity Grants Commission A c t , the Government o f

India have placed on the tab le o f the Lok Sabha and,

Rajya S^bha, the Annual-Accounts o f the U n ivers ity

Grants Commission fo r the years 1958-59 to 1961-62

along w ith,the audit reports thereon. The Annual

Accounts fo r these years have alreaij^ been placed

before the Commission. A copy o f tjae audit reports

tfg e th e r with the rep lies o f the o f f ic e re la tin g to

t^em is now placed before the Commission (Appendix I ) .

Audit ibnection

1. DELEGATION OF PO-ERS.In note 9 at page 40 of

the Appropriation Accduntsfo r 195S-59 re la tin g to th"e M in istry of Education and Scien­t i f i c Research, a mention uaa made about the absence of any p rovision in the Act fo r the delegation o f povers by the U n ivers ity Grants Commission to i t s Chairman and Secretary, I t ’.■jas* stated by' the M in istry of Education .in' September, '1959 • that the question-of amending the Act ,uhdQ'r'-Gdhs'i-dferc^tton. teeuAct has, hovever, not yet been amended (March,1962), In the mea.nvhile, the CcT/imission have intimated that any action taken by the Chairman and the • Secretary under the delegation of powers is reported to the Commission at the e a r lie s t su b - '' sequent meeting- fo r approval and confirm ation.

>REP CRT FOR 195S-59 & 1959-60.

Rep ly .

I t has already been decided by the .Ministry of Education that i 't is not necessary to amend thq U.G.G.Act so as to provide fo r delegation of powers to the Chairman, and the Secretary and other o f f ic e r s . I t has, however, been suggested that a way has to be found with the help of the M inistry of Law, to carry on the routine a c t iv iP ie s o f the Commission v;ith- out in fr in g in g the provision of the present A ct. This question is under discussion amongst the UiG.C., M in istry of Education and the Law M in istry and i t is hoped that .a f in a l decision w i l l be taken shortly . In the meantime, as a lrea ­dy reported, a c tion taken by' the ■ Chairman and the Secretary is reported to the Commission at the

e a r lie s t meeting fo r confirmation and approval.

2 , NON-UTILISATION OB’ GRANT ' PAID TO SHRIMATI NATHIBAI DAMODAR THACKBRSEY UOMEN S UNIVERSITY. BOMBAY.

A spocial" g'rant of lakhs which vjas sanctioned

by the Commission on 11.3.195S fo r development plans to the S .N.D ,T . Women’ s U n ivers ity on the occasion of the centenary ce leb ra tion of i t s fou,nder is s t i l l ly in g unspent -rith the U n ive rs ity ’ ( March,1962). The U n ivers ity au thoriries have informed the Commission (January, 1962) that the grant is proposed to be u t i l is e d on the expansion of th e 'U n ivers ity at Juhu. A spjti of R?.68,766/- has been earned by the U n iversity as in terest upto January, 1962.

' The 'matter v as placedbefore the U n ivers ity Grants ■ Commission at its meeting held on 4 4th J u ly ,1962, The Commission agreed to permit the S.N.D.T.Women's U n ivers ity to u t i l is e the grant of F':-,5,00,000/- made to them on the occasion of the centenary celebrations of Dr.D.K.Karve, the founder of the U n ivers ity , along with the in teres t ( amounting

to R%71,961. 07 nP.) that had accrued to-^jards the construction of th e ir new U n ivers ity bu ild ing.

The amount was to be used fo r meeting the expenditure on those parts of the building vdiich wdill not be financed by the Commission,I t is understood that the amount of P-..5 lakhs' together with the in teres t has been fu l ly u t il is e d by the U n ivers ity .

p .t ,0,

3. GR/INT FOR

- 2 -

HPUSES FOR STAFF*

A sum of Rt..1»89 lalfhs ms paid to the 'Aligarh Muslim" U n ivers ity ( in instalments during 1955 and 1957) tovards the purcha-se of houses fo r providing res id en tia l accom'- modation to the U n iversity s ta ff j As the proposal ms taken as ’ not d ire c t ly connected with the a c t iv it ie s of the Univer­s i t y , ’ the Com.mission treated the sum as an in terest-bearing loan. The C-overnment ,of In d ia , however, held that the Commission could not advance l?5.a loans to the U n ivers ities and hence, the payments have been treated as non-recurring grants.

F ive houses were purchased in 1956 by the U n iversity ■<ff;or th is sum. One of the houses was la te r found to be' u n fit for' occupation when its vacant possession ms actua lly secured. The possession of t-vro out of the s ix res id en tia l Units of another house has s t i l l to be secured (Jrnti ry,1962.)

As already indicated,the houses have been acquired 'not only fo r accommodating the s ta ff but with the intehtio'n of consolidating the campus a lso . The- provision of res id en tia l accommodation fo r s ta f f and the formation of a ccmpact campus fo r the Uni e rs it ie s (P -rticu la r- ly .a res id en tia l u n ivers ity ) are leg itim ate a c t iv i t ie s 6f

U n ive rs it ies . Keeping th is in v ie ’w these houses have been acquired. I f these'houses had

s h.Qt been acquired 'when they were put up-for. sa le , they would have beeii passed on to the hands of out s id or s. I t vrould have been d i f f ic u l t fo r the U n ivers ity to consolidate th e ir campus and i f they la te r desired, to acquire these houses, they would have had to pay much higher cost. Possessions of a 'll the houses has since been taken.

* UDIT REPORT OR THE, ACCOUNTS FOR 1960-61

1. U t il is a t io n of grants made by the Commis'sion.- . >. . _________ ‘ '

( i ) A consolidated retard i'ndica^ ^ing the- i.eceipt of audited,'state­ment s-;.bf accounts from the grantees •and the'' i s sue of u t i l i sat ion c e i t if- i cates fo r each grant has not h ithertobeen .maintained.

It, has now been stated (Ju ly, 1962) that steps have been taken fo r ensur­ing the receip t of the audited ..statements of Accounts and fo r the exercise qf cen tra lised contro l to ensure the tim ely issue of 'U t il is a ­tion ' c e r t i f ic a te s .

: In iresp-ect of the grants paidfor- the purpose o f development of Humanities and ’Soeiah Sciences ;©epart ment s of- t he' U h iversit ie s , Inf^ormatlon gathered'from individual f i le s '- t s ‘■‘Summarised "belows-

Remarks by U.G.C,

r^ear . .Grant paid 1 U t il is a t io n c e r t i f ic a te s ! U t ilis a t io n c e r t i-• i 5 issued________ ! f ic a te s not vet issued

][ N o. 'of J Amount paid 5 No. o f! Amount involved ! No. o f ! Amount involved■ ■' ■:' •' jc a'se s:J i n 'lakhs !' cases! in lakhs. ! cases! in lakhs.

L - 5 ! ! !

1955-56 103 R5.29.07 62 Rs. 23,24 41 Rs. 5. 831956-57 5.4 14,. 03 . .38 ... 8.34 16 5.691957-58 ' 89 -35,75 -61 24,31 . :■ 28 ■ 11.44 ■1958-59- -161- ■ ■ 75.76' --- ■66 ■ 41, 26 ' 95' 34. 501959^60'i* 193 ' 62.78 64 23; 21 ' 129 39, 5l'

1 t N o,l U t i l iz a t io n o f ' grants ■ made-'by. . V • * ■■ ■.. ' the Commission

The la te s t p os ition in respect ' "of the grants paid fo r 'th e purposeof development of Humanities andSocial Science' Department- of theU ni-ve r s it ie s ■ is ■as-unde-rt-

Year Grant p^id ' ! u t i l is a t io n c e r t if ic a te ^ U t il is a t io n c e r t if ic a te .L ’ ! issued ! not vet issued.jtNo. of iamount paid !No. o f ! Amount involved ! Nd, o f ! Amount ihv'olve d '$casesHn iakhs. .'{cases! in lakhs, •- ______! case's! in lakhs.____ :____

1955-56 .113 46.98 69 29.81 , 44 ■ 17.171956-57 54 14.03 44 11.04 10 '2.991957-58 . 89 35. 75 . 66 28; 53 23 '7.221958^59 161 . '75,7^ 88 '• . 48.05 73 27.711959-60 *193. 62.78 '93 ■ 35.59 ,100 27.18'

/■ V‘ i i Thbr.'ialbeteGbiS p os ition regarding the

■ issue of u t i l iz a t io n c e r t if ic a te s in’ ' ' ' respect of the to ta l grants paid by

y •• f‘-=f ‘ t * , the U. G.C is as under; -Year. Grants paid ‘■■iUtilization c e r t if ic a te s U t il iz a t io n certjfl-

Amount in dakhs) issued ( amount in lakha)cates not yet issueRs* . i " Rs. V x i i x aiuxa;

^1955-56. 2,42 .'43 47.72 194.711956-67 3,05.61- ’ 170.51 135.101957-58 3,28.53 190.75 137 ..781958-59 4,07.51 205.34 202.171959-60 ' 7,0i..27'‘- • • 158.28 542.99

Re mg. rk s b y'“"U. G. C.

As intimated to Audit e a r lie r ire ar§^ building up a consol.idated„, reco rd. of th e-is sue of 'U tir iza tion c e r t if ic a te s ard the above figure's' do not" the re f o re , indicate the true; la tes t pos ition o f the issue of u tiliza tion , c e r t if ic a te s but,,pnly the progress-of 'consolidation, of the;-Commission’ s ,record in 'th is regard.

In th is conm ction i t may be, stated that there is bound to be- a considerable, delay in issue of Utili-za-- t lo n c e r t if ic a te s on account of various' factors vi;z.„, the -time, t^ken, in the c omp 1 et i on ' ofi t 'he- 'buil dibg s ■ oh o.the r schemes fo r 'W'hich grants are made,audit of accounts of _the in stitu tion s by "the lo ca l Fund Inspectors, and is su e 'Of- audited accounts a fte r the cipse pf the fin an c ia l year. \ scrutiny of the- audited accounts by the U.G.C etc.' I t may, hew ever he st'Uted tpat- the last'- instalment in .respect of every grant is ' normally issued on receip t of audited accounts in order to ensure that . *.amounts of grants are not ord inarily sanctioned and paid, in 'excess '.of the share payable by thei-U,.'G.C'.

( i i ) ' ( a ) Out of the grant of Rs. 35.75 lakhs paid from A p r il, 1957 to June, 1958 as Centenary grant • c- to the U n iversity of Bombay, a sum of Rs.7.86 iakhs has remained unuti­liz e d upto 31st March, 1962.

Two f'urt her, instalment s of Rs.lO ''lakhS' eacl-i paid in March, i960 and J -J'Une -1961- have als.o''remained unuti- “ lipp-d'upto,.iSlst March,1962.

The -amounts are expected to be -'Utilised- as soon as the U n iversity

acquires land fo r the new campus.

Centenary grants to the Bombay, Galcutta U n ivers ities . __________

1 (b)Out of a grant of Rs..35.75 paid as’ Centenary grant to the University of Calcutta from March, 1957 to June., 1958 a sum of fc.6.38 lakhs has re.mained unutilised upto- 31st March', 1962.

"The amount is expected to be u t ilis ed for..the construction of a Centenary building.

'■With regard to the .Q'Sntenary Grants i t may be stated tin t' as pointed out to the Audit more than orce, t’he " Gove rnment of India had agreed to give •a" gitint of Rs. 1 crore to the Bombay, Calcutta and Madras U n ivers ities fo r ce lebration of th e ir centenaries in 1957 in the nature of a g i f t in recogni­t io n of th e ir contribution towards higher education in the country. These were special grants and not the usual

lakhsj j_j^ of development grants to which thor criterio-n of unspent balances can s t r ic t ly apply. In fac t when the a llo ca tion fo r U*G.C»- during the;Second Plan period was reduced from 24 crores tO' 19 c-rores (whfeh included 3 crores for. Centenary'”-g'rant s.) " no proportionate cut was made'lii'the a llo ca tion for- centenary'g'rants..Normally the schemes fo r which grants: can be u t ilis e d have to be approved'by the Commission. Though as stated above, the centenary grants- were' in the nature of a g i f t , i t is noteworthy that they have been released to the U n ivers ities in instalments acc.ording to th e ir -requirements. The BQmbay Univer s ity had included in th e ir catem ry ..schemes, _a prqpesal fo r acqui-.., s it io n ’ of ;land fo r itq. new- campus and thfe gran trequ ired by the University . , fo r th is purpose was released to them, ' ' The Univers'-ity had f-uli hopes that t'-he-..:

scheme would m ateria lise '-within a - ■ t

-3- •

foreseeable time and that the grantwould be u t ilis e d . However, due- to

circumstances beyond the control of the u n ivers ity , the 'necessary acqu isi­t io n orders could not be issued by thh Government of Bombay and the grant remained- unutilisedt The Bombay U n iversity have now intimated that the Maharashtra Government have since taken up the -valuation of the land' set apart fo r the campus. I t is now hoped that the acqu is ition orders would be issued very shortly and the grant grant would be fu l ly -utilised.

a -As, fa r as t-he-'-ghant s fo r -other " buildings under the C;-entenary scheme are concerned, these are being released only according to the actual needs of the u n ivers ity , and' specia l care has been taken that no unspent balances l i e with the U n ivers ities .

The present p os ition regarding-, the unutilised centenary grants as on30.12.1962 is as fo llow s:-!

CEHTHHARY GRiiNTS

Name o f'U n ive rs ity' t i p /

Grant, paid

Calcutta U n iversity 35,'75,000/- upto 30.12.1962

5 Rs. J Rs. \1 Rs.

Bombay U n ivers ity 55,75,000/- 1 *upto 30.11.62 5

*

Madras U n iversity 89,97,000/- upto 31.12.62

Rs.

( i i i ) A grant ''bf''‘''Rs''.l. 28'"lakhs was paid in instalment s-in , January, 1960 March,1960 and February,1961 to the Annamalai U n ivers ity fo r the year, 1959-60 under the A ll- In d ia Council of Technidal--Education Scheme to cover the- estimated excess of the ‘ . permissi'ble expenditure over receipts,. The audited statement of accounts'(received by the Commission in November,1961) showed that there was in fa c t po excess of perm issible expenditure over the receip ts during 1959-60. The recovery of the amount already paid is s t i l l pending and a reference has been-made to the U n iversity in July,1962.

Tota l Expenditure ;

28,16,120.96 (Buildings)7',45,,poo. 00(Prof essor-

•" _______ ships)> 35.61,120,.96-

29,67,876.54( Build.! ngs)

Bombay U n iversity would require Rs. 25 lakhs fo r acqu is ition .of land,,

61,33,614.33 (fo r Buildings)

Rs. 24-,00,000.00(Endowment) Rs. ' 85,33,614. 33

The whole p os ition regarding expendi­ture incurred and g-rait s paid to the- Annamalai u n ivers ity "during 1959-60 under the A .I.C .T .E . scheme has been examined keeping in view the explana- 't io n given by the U n iversity and the audit reports of the Examiner, Local Fund Accourt s, Madras fo r that year.I t has been found that against a to ta l admissible expenditure of Rs, 5,66,454.77(as admitted by the Examire f , Local Fund Account s ,Madras) the U n iversity had an income of Rs.5,17,433.72 thus leaving a d e fic it of Rs.49,021.05 payable to the U n iversity , xtgainst th is , a grant of Rs. 1,28,000/- was paid fo r that year which in other words would mean an unspent balance of Rs.78,978.95 with the U n iversity. This amount is being adjusted against fresh grants pqyable to the U n iversity.

2. Grants fo r the creation of Endowments;__________________

Grants as indicated below were made to certa in Unive’r s it ie s with a d irection that the amounts should be invested, in f ix e d deposits v/ith the State Bank of India or in other Government Securities and the return therefrom u t ilis e d to meet the • recurring cost of Professorships, Scholarship s ,et c .Period. . iimount in lakhs. No.of U n ivers ities Purpose.

Period. Aprill957 to May,1959 Feb. 1961 to Nov.1961

No records indicate that

fc. 24^00(out >of Centenary grants)'Rs.28. 31

One.(U n iversity of Madras)

Sixteen.

are ava ilab le to the U n ivers ities haiKe

in fac t -invested these grants and that the in terest earned therefrom is being spent fo r the purpose fo r a ,which theendowments were created.

I t has now been sta ted (Ju ly , 1962) that necessary Information has already been asked fo r from the' U n ivers ities concerned and that entries are being made as and. when the information is received. The Commission also proposes to enforce the fcllo^^^ing p rovision in the case of : a l l endowments made

“ The assets -acquired wholly or substantia lly out of the endowments made by the U.G.C. shall not be disposed o f, encumbered or u t ilis e d without, the -prior sanction of the U.G.C. for- purposes other than those fo r which the endowment was made; and should at any tii^e th is en4owment cease to function fo r i t s o r ig in a l purpose, the en tire fund of the endowment of the Con^mission and assets accrued therefrom shall revert to the Commissjon.'*

B.

ij. sum of Rs.28.-31 to the fo llow ing fo r the purposes

Professorships. For the e s ta b li­shment of Tagore Chairs/Lectures.

lakhs was paid universitie,s noted below;

For the establishment of Tagore ChairsitgRs. 3.00 lakhs each._______

1. M.'S.University of Baroda.2. Madras3. Bombay 4'. Calcutta

, 5,' Panjab6. Kerala7. Saugar8. Nagpur9. Rajasthan 27 lakhs.

For in s titu tion of Tagore Lectures @Rs.l8.750/- each____________________

1.2.3.4.5.6. 7.

AnnamalaiAllahabadPoena' arat hwada

GujaratMysoreOsmania

1.31 lakhs

fo ta l A+B28. 31 lakhs.

-.1. (Taeore Chair)

A ll the u n ivers ities except Nagpur tave deposited the funds (that is .Commisaon’ s contribution of Hs.3 lakhs with the U n ivers ity 's own contribution of 1 lakh) in . banks. While most -of them have invested the amounts in the State Bank of India, seme, of the u n ivers ities have deposited the money in certai'h other' Bahk.s.’ On ' the s u ita b ility of these banks tO: operate the accouits, the adyiQ.e of the Financial Adviser of M inistry of Education has already been sought and his comments are awaited.

Remarks by U.G.C.

The Panjab and Rajasthan Univer­s it ie s have appointed Tagore Professor and expenses on th e ir accounts are being met fr^.m the iiterest accruir^ from the deposited amounts. Steps are being taken by the other univer­s it ie s t - f i l l up the Tagore Chairs.Th3 concerned u n ivers ities have been requested to expedite the matter.

B .I. (Tagore lec tu res ’)

A l l the u n ivers ities except Osmania inve deposited the amount together with th e ir own share in banks. The amount earned by way of in terest is being u t ilis e d by the u n ivers ities cn Tagore lectures arranged by them.

Osmania U n iversity has since been selected fo r the establishment of a Tagore Chair on sharing basis of 3(UGC)s 1 (u n iv e rs ity ). The amount of Rs. 18,750/- sanctioned e a r lie r fo r the purpose of Tagore lectures has since been refunded to the Commission.

3, Grant fo r the Establishns nt and maintenance of the water resources and Development Training Centre at Roorkee u n ivers ity ;___________________

Recurring grants to ta ll in g Rs.8.43 -hswere paid to the Roorkee U n iversity

( in instalments during the period from 1955-56 to 1960-61) fo r the establishment of the Water Resources and Development Training Centre.The tra in ing capacity of the Centre i

^ 50 persons fo r the course of one year durition .

The average number of tra inees who attended the Centre during the period 1956-57 to 1960-61 was 18 per year and thus the expenditure on each tra inee worked out to Rs. 9?368 as kgainst the estimated expenditure of Rs. 3,500 per tra in ee ..

The number of tra inees decreased fu rther from 24 in 1958-59 to 16 in 1960-61.

I t has been stated that steps are being taken to a ttract more trainees to the course.

A reg is te r fo r the scheme of Tagor eta irs/Lectures is being maintained.

3. The above scheme was started ’at the instance of M inistry of S.R & C.A. AS intimated to the Audit e a r l ie r necessary action on the ■suggestions nade by the UNESCO Experts aM-'the Annual Inspection Committee of the Cert re is being taken both by the Government of India and the U n iversity cf Roorkee to a ttract la rge r number of students fo r tra in in g at the Centre,The admission fo r 1961-62 shows an s intake of 30 students thereby

ind icating that the un iversity ise f fo r t to increase *the required capacity. • students fo r th is course ■ expected to go up as a

making a rea l admissions to The number of is d e fin ite lyresult of these e f fo r ts .

■AUDIT REPORT. OrT TUB ACCOUITTS_K)R 1961>-62;

ReraY

tif ;,cr£t|y©r.s-i ty.;’:! 'a]S;t-S':rGcmmi ss Ion is ;, placed in" fluids b y . . G g ^ ' r n m e n t of •Indiai'”, each year fo r the .disbursemeiit ’ of (a )m ainte- riance' grants to the' Central Universitl^es arid(b)developnCnt, .grants to these and ot/her U n ivers it ie s 0 .v A ,s om e c o i l e ge s ,

■•Th.e India ■t"o 1956-57 t as d e ta il

■grants paid by the „Governnient of the ■C-omrrissibn-' daring theo- 1961-62 amounted to ’Rs.39^45 crores ed. below: ' • ' ’

In lakhs of--',.,Ru£e.p.S. -... •

1956- =‘571957- 58 1958^-59 1959^601960- e i1961- 62

T • • •

f 4 • • • • • • • »• • • f •• « « • •

2 4 0 d 350599.00-^805;5fc:823,59.^^

1125,68fihGludin,i' previous ■'iOahs grnounting'to

, , Rs,27.74-laldis to the-.•Central U n ivers ities iGonverted in to g ran ts ),’

No Gommonts

3944.77

The Ccmraission aA-sp .recq ived ' grants of Rs^0^48 lakh'from the ^ tS . l .R , in 1958-59 a^d Es*2*50 lalchs -from the ^Gandhi ^a ra lc N i<^i ' ’during 1960-61. .

"The’ fo llow in g tab le .''gives the yparwise iThe -exp-endi'bure fo r ' 1960-61 a n ^ y s is .of the_adm inistrative expenses and lland' 1961-62 includes and the 'grah'bs' -pald by the'^'Qcmiiiissiori during the loxpenditure of Ps. 9,20 lakhs period 1956-57 feo 196it62.t . } 50laJ^S?^pective,l3y fo r

I " '■ t .;•: '■ ' ■ ■ *Uj u ,^7^tld ing ',"' '•• •■Purpose o f Grant/Sxpr|X 1956-571 1957-.58 X1958-69X 1959-60Xl96a-6lX1961-62

____ ‘— O J ________.-^4 .L i,.jCar .'-L................. j e l L i z ) _P , -- ( I n t l ^ s o f Rupees ^.'Non-ulan Exhr, ’ ‘ - --a)-.vAdminiGtrative

V expenses o f the i Commission)

fB) Block grants to \ ■ Central U n ivers itie si • " ' ■ . , 'c ) Block gran t 'to "

In stitu tions de- ' b lared t5 be U n ir’i'

v e r s it ie s .

d) G rants 'to Constituent Colleges of the D e lh i'U n ive rs ity

f.oy ,g Iah ‘U.?ai£«a ) Humanities ■'b ) Higher S c ie n t ific .

Education and. Researc!c ) Post-graduate, and

Under-gr'aduate Engin­eering and Technology

‘ 4.07 3,51 ^,4.67 . -6,81 17,45 14,67

58.05 152.22 134^35 135.67 134,32 188,95

pm 37,18 *37,20 39.63

5.77 . ■ .14,98 16 .-52 24,08 27,26 43.13

71)84 121)74 198)08 243) 18 ■341.95^51,28 24.51 126.11 12-2,78 107.04:l- -- - ■t 1 - ■ - ■ -46,64 -■'•.85.13 114,i58'. 109.30 96,99 101^60

<•Pt T . O . . .

d) Implementation *- o f the three year degree course.

e ) Other Schemes 65,21

75.44 74.86 11^^72

92,39 72,50 115,90

TOTAL PLAfI & NON-PLAI I

237.65 350,09 597,18 805.06 826,54 1069.59

2. MAINTENANCB GK^KTS:

a) Block Grants to Cpritral Unlver^'lt:

The four Central U n ivers ities o f Banaras, “ A ligarh j Delhi and Visva-Bhai’ a t i are paid . ’ Block Grants fo r th eir iraintanance. These grants'are fixed fo r a quinquenniiim (separa­te ly fo r each of'them ) on the recommendation ' o f a Reviewing Committee appointed for the' purpose,' "The la s t Committee, appointed on 18,11,1954, fixed-t-he" grants fo r 'th e quinquennium -1956-61 on the 'b.asis o f th e ir estimated requirements, (including expenditure. - o f a recurring nature aris in g from the schemes' in itia ted 'u n der the Five "fea r Plan) -plus an addition o f 12^% fo r unfdreseon charges. Nevertheless the a'mount fix ed by the Reviewing Committee was subsequently considered inadequa by the U n ivers ities concerned, .Another Gominit-tee was then appointed by the Commission on 5;6,1957 and the grants were augmented as. f ollov/s ?

Annual • Grants'for -the f iv e years po-r iod 1956-61

as fixedT’*on the ' ‘ as' furtherrecommendation .-bf revised by

IJXX

bo -oointed outthe ’ Jon account'

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IX ers Jl iron

t lI

the Reviewing Ca-imittoe(Figure's in lakhs o f Ps,- )

heCommissipn

BanarasA ligarhDelhi"

isva-Bharati

50.40 31.8624.40 11,14

55 • 5037.0027.00 13.75

A Revievring Commit-tee was again appointed oiiv the 14th-March, 1960 fo r f ix in g the Block grant-fe fo r 'th e quinq.uennium 1951-66 and-submitted it s v report in Decemberj 1962, Pending a decision m i t s recom endations, the U n ivers ities are be ina paid ’ on account' grants -on an ad-hoc basis. T i i grants paid during 1961-62 were as followsJ v

4

I t m; thatBloc.k grant paid during 1961-62, vjas hot only in-tonded* to cover the 'nad.n.tenanc o' expenditure c.arrio-d forward fra-r 1960-61,but also to meet the additional 1 exponditiiro involved in 'bhe rev is ion o f cales of pay o f teach-

(whlcli ams e ffe c ted on 1,4,1961),' and

non-teaching s ta f f , provision o f higher rates o f a l l O', ranees 5 conver-

X sion o f 20^ posts o f 1 X Lecturers in to Readeto,X and fo r the payment of

the rocurring expendi­ture duri.ng the Second

Flan period which vrould. become committed expenditure during the curr ent ouinqucnliiura,The exact grant to be paid to the U n iversi­t ie s w i l l be determined on rece ip t o f necGssar3' iz ifon a tion from the?? Univer s it ie s . • On 'bhe basis o f the p re lim i­nary information already received.

In lakhsRs,

o f X Increase over tb j( Block grants X sanctioned durin, X_1956-6.L.__________ Xr

from the Aligarh and Delhi U n ivers ities , i t appears th a t'add i­tion a l .grants over and above the 'on account,' grants wil], be payable to them

Banaras '•AligarhDelhi"V fsva-Bharti

b )

75,OG- 52 GO 40,55 21.40

35, 40.5,^ 50-fo . 56fo

X

Block grants to the Indian In stitu te o f Sciences, Bangalore and the- Indian School o f International Studies. Hey; Delhi;__________ ___________ _____ ________

XUnder Section 3 o f the ‘University Grants Commission j Act the Indian In s titu te o f Sciences Bangalore and the

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Indian School o f In ternational Studios., New Delhi are deemed to be U n iversities ' fur the'purpose o f the Act, Durih'g 'the year" 1 9 6 1 -6 2 Block gi’ants amounting to Rsi37,22 lakhs and Rs,2,41 lal^hs respeb tively were'paid to the above In stitu tion s to cover th e ir net expenditure on Revenue Account,

3, DEVELOPMENT GRANTS;

a ) Development Grants are sanctioned by the U n iversity Grants Commission'for schemes or other sp ec ified purposes e ith er as a matching contribution with certa in ce ilin g s or as a fix ed amount. The matching contributions vary ffon 50% to 100^ e .g , 50% fo r Boys’ Hostels, 66 2/3^ fo r post-graduate f a c i l i t i e s and lib ra ry buildings and 75% fo r G irls hostels and 100^ in the fo llow in g cases!

i )

i l )i i i )

i v )

•V)■■vi)v i i )

lx )x )

For'shhemes such'as Development o f Departm.ent o f Archaeology, Musfbiogy, Health Centres, Non-resident Students’ centres, Students’ houses, Hobby Workshops e t c , , grants are paid upto certa in lim its fix ed by the Commission,

b ) The grants are generally released in instalements according to the progress o f the expenditure reported by the U n ivers ities/C o lleges , The la s t instalment "'is released a fte r the rece ip t o f the completion report in respect o f the project/schome.

IXXX

XXX

Development f a c i l i t i e s in Established Depart­ments - Research/Post-graduate f a c i l i t i e s . Library books. - - •C o llec tion and preservation o f manuscripts by l ib ra r ie s .Additional s ta f f ' <U;G,C,Unit) - upto a maximum o f Rs,6,000/- per annum.Research in Socia l W elfare, ' 'Seminars - Refresher Courses and Summer Schools, Academic conferences upto a maximum o f 5,000/-p er ' annum.

v i i l ) Promotion o f stud ies; in selected regional languages (jMaximum Rs, 1750/-per subject per annum),Feilo\\Tships,Post-gradua'te Engineering and Technology,

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X

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University Grants Commission

Meeting: Utited*

l_3’j

April 3| 19^5*

Addl, Item - 3; To 'consider the desirab ility of u tilis ing the jiori- , roourring grants made to coll^ge^s under the th ree-ye 'a r degree course scheme- w ith in a maximum period o f fou r years-,. •

■ ■ , scheme,In the'iulplemeritatioh of the thjree-year degree course the rocommendfi?’

,'tipns 6: -the Thfee-Ioar IDogree Course Estimates Committee are being followed.-' 'The grants under the scheme are made available @ 50 of the approved'expend'iiure .incutri'ed op the fpllpWing non-recurring and recurring ■items

A, Non-recurring; * '

( i )

( i i )

( i i i )( iv )

a, M ditional College buildingvi'z;, clhss room, lecture room and sta ff room pnly

’ b. Class room FUrniture ai Laboratory Building

■ b. Laboratory F ittings & Furniture Library books Scien tific Fquipment,

^;ourring;

( i i ) -J.

■< iii)

•Appointment of additional full-tim e teaching sta ffLo.ss in fee income due to f a l l in onrolment in dpgree class'es Contingencies-

Z , The Committee hps suggested a period of 4 years only during which r-ecurring grants under the scheme could b.e u tilised . This- has been uniformly adhered to wi-thout any exception,'..

The Committee, howevcr| did not suggest any time lim it fo r the •, u tilisa tion of the non-recurring gr.jnt?i» .As regards .non-recurring' expenditure ind'urred prior to the iiatfoducbion of the three-yoar degreecourse. the Cdmmitteo r-ocoimTiended;

-.'‘The'Central C^vetnment, 'ra'ay, hp-wever,. give its share of the non-rocurring expenditure only for the improvement of collegiate educq,tion 'on the pattom la id down by the Committee, i f the .State .Government has. iricurred any expenditure on thp scljeme in anHcips-bion

- of the University’ s decision to iiitroduco the"three-year degree • course,” -. -

3, The position with regard to the introduction of the throe-year degree course in various Universities is as indicated below;-

(x i)

( i i i )

( iv )

Year cf' introduction lehr in. ..vihich o f TYDC for purposo' four year’s, (to be) - of grant', comoletod.

Namos of tbo Univorsitios

1956- 571957- 58

195 8-59

1959-60

1959- 601960- 61

1961- 62

1962-63

' Saugar(l^Baroda (2), Kerala (S^Madras(4) Marathwada (s ) Qsmania (l)A ligarh (2) ^dhra (3)Annamalai (4) Kamatak(5 ) Mysorc (6) Nagpur (7)S.V.V.Peeth (8) ,% i

Vonkateswara (9)Rajasthan, (l)Poona (2) Vikram ( 3) Visva-Bharati.'

(contd,,2 ,),

(v)

Year of introduction of ,'?YD0 for purpose

of grant.______1960-61

-2-Year in which four years bo)

completod;

■ Names- of the Univbrsitie sQ -

i n )

( v i i )( v i i i )

1961 -62

19,62-63.1963164-

1963-64/.ij,. (l)Banaras (2)B'ihar .| 3)Burdwah (4)Bhagalpur. (s ) Calcutta '( 6) J abalpup..(7) P atna (8) Ranchi ( 9)S.N\D.T,,Women* s(lO)Utkal (ll)Magadh (12) North Bengai

i'964-65 . . . ( l)Panjab^ (2 )Jammu & Kashmir(3) ’M3abL. • '■

±96,5-66 . . ; GauMati1966-67 . . . Gujarat

4i Thb-position regarding the* utilisation of non-recurr'ing grants by; these. Universities is-'shown in Appendix. I t may be .observed therefrom that out 'of the i'S-Unj^ye-rsitios which introduced the throe-year, degree course during'the year- 1959.-6p ior..,qarlier and which would'.have completed 4 years by 3±st March, l'$6.3 or earlier, ..non-recurring gr, njit s in the case of" only one, v iz ., tho~'M-i-S ,Univd'ri.'P;-y pf Bar6da,,.-vhas been, finalised. The positioh'^ih respect of pthpr universitibs is W 'y, some of them s t i l l have '• 'unutilised bai^cpS:,e,y6h;-o.ut'of the '^ i t ia l 'on.account’ grfint, advanced'tthem for the. implcmontation cf the scheme, ,

to

5. In. the interests of t^^ ,-expeditious development o f' -Under-gr.aduato education .in dnivors-itaos and collogos and with a view to finalisihg... the proper utilisationv of"'yion-re'curring grants under the scheme and tPiorcby ; •. eliminating t'hb .possibilities of balances lying unutilised with the co.lleges/ univerrsilios, i t may bo ,(desirable that the non-recurring grant's may nisp be made availab le'for a maximum poridd of 4 years only.

Universities may bo devided into the following iwo categories in regard to the utilisation of non-recurring grants under the three-year degree course scheme :

Categor.v IUniversities which introduced the three-year degree course prior to

1959. These Universities would complete 4 years by 31st March, 1963 at the la test. There are 18 universities under this category. They nay bo allowed to u tilise non-recurrihg grants by 31st March, -1964 at the la test. This w ill not, however, a lter tho utilis.a'tlon of. recurring grants in any case.

Category I I 'Universities which introduced tho three-yeai degree, course in 1960-61 or

a fter. 17 Universities fa llin g under this category may be pormittod to u tilise the non-re purring grants, like recurring grants^ for a maxiVlum period of 4 years .commen-cing from the year of the -adtual introduotioii o f the' • throe-year degree course. • -■

The non-recurring expenditure incurred prior to the introduction, of, tho scheme but in anticipation of i t , w ill, bei accounted fo r as envisaged by the Estimates C.ommittee. .“'.1 ' ‘ ' . •

I t is further, proposed .that the above may be qommuiiicated to-the universities fo r enforcement arid,,implementation. Howe‘<ror, the Commission may extend tlqe time-limit, in* an 'exhoptional case, upto. one year whore its enforcement might .'cause real- and' serious hardship - on the special, reedimnendation 'of the’’Vice-Chancellor' of the University -concerned. " .

The matter is placed before the Commission.

*Sahani*26. 3.6'3.

University Grants Commission m*

Appendix to Addl.Item

Statement of non-recurring grants paid under the three-year degree coursescheme.

SI, Name of the- Ho, University,

Year of introduction of the scheme.

Approved central share.

Grants paid up-to-date.

T iy ~ ^ I " (3) r?) (5)

!• Aligarht

1958-59

(Rupee s in

3.00

Lakhs)

2.912, Andhra 1958-59 22.65 18,003, Annamalai 1958-59 0.75 0.504:, Banaras 1960-61 7.24 7.155, Baroda 1957-58 1.12 1,126, Burdwan 1960-61 28.18 23.847. Bihar 1960-61 16,55 8.718, Bhagalpur 1960-61 18.37 6.499, Calcutta {1960-61 75,06 5 57.69-t10, North Bengal 1 5 !!

12.0011. Ufauhati 1962-63 25.2012, Gujarat 1963-64 29.25 11.7513, Jammu & Kashmir 1961-62 -■

2.17l i . Jabalpur 1960-61 6,5015. Karnatak 1958„59 12.80 11.564t6, Kerala 1957-58 36.60 33.8417. Madras 1957-53 66.46 54.1518, Mysore 1958-59 20.22 15.98 '19• Marathwada 1957-58 2.75 2.5020, Nagpur 1958-59 7.55 6.1121, Osmania 1957-58 11.42 11.2522, Patna 1960-61 5.56 2.1323, Poona 1959-60 17.62 17.4724, Pan jab {1961-62 92.22{

560.60{

525, Panjabi 026, Rajasthan 1958-59 17.42 14.9627, Ranchi 1960-61 8.62 2.1628. Saugar 1956-57 16.50 6.3629. S.N.D.r.Women’ s 1960-61 2,25 1,0030. Shi Ve'nkate swara 1958-59 9.00 6.0131. S*.y; .- Peeth, 1958-59 1,12 1.1232. Utkal 1960-61 20.60 10.2233, Vikram 1959-60 37,75 9.4534. Vi sva-B harat i 1954-55 0.75 . 0.5035. Magadh 1960-61 13.00 . 5.90

Central Adminis- 13.92 3,2Utrative Area (Himachal Pradesh, Tripura, Manipur).

B. Kamatak/kysorelf ,1.00

To ta l:........... 650.05 429,37

<*This grant was released by Ministry of Education, Government of India, to the State Government of Mysore consisting of NR/R components to b^.adjusted against the expenditure incurred by the 2 Goverrm^t colleges.

<»Sahani»26.3.63.

UNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION

Meeting sDated 3rd A-jriljlOSS

Addl.Item 4: To consider a proposal to se t up a 'p oo l o f teachers' (somewhat on the lin es o f the CSIR "Poo l o f S cien tists ’) .

The CSIR is maintaining a national reg is te r o f s c ien tis ts and technical personnel covering a l l persons having the minimum q u a lific a tio n s , namely, a Master's degree in Science or a bachelor's degree in a pro fessional subject or a diploma in engineering and technology or personnel who hold post­graduate qu a lifica tion s in medicine. In addition to this the CSIR is also maintaining a pool o f s c ien tis ts with the speci­f i c ob ject o f o ffe r in g su itab le employm^ent, as a temporary measure in the f i r s t Instance, to w e l l qu a lified and deserving s c ien tis ts who have not been able to secure appropriate positions soon a fte r th e ir period o f study/advanced tra in in g.

I t w i l l be useful i f the U.G.C. also maintains a re g is te r on the lin es o f the C .S .I.R , This reg is te r may in d i­cate the particu lars o f qu a lified personnel ava ilab le fo r employment to enable the Commission to furnish information to the U n ivers ities fo r f i l l i n g up vacant posts, as and when required. Based on the civailable vacancies (a l i s t o f up-to- date vacancies in the u n ivers ities/co lleges w i l l bo maintained in tbe Commission's o f f ic e ) and the number o f qu a lified men who o f fe r themselves fo r a teaching career, the IJ.G.C, could ass is t talented men and women to take su itab le post’s in the u n ivers ities/co lleges without any delay or d i f f ic u l t y .

I t may also vices q f qu a lifiedvacancies, to create a certa in in the u n ivers ities fo r o f fe r they become ava ilab le .

be desirab le in order to see that the ser- men are not wasted in the absence o f

number o f supernumerary posts to q u a lified men as and when

In se lec tin g su itab le personnel the U.G,C, may obtain the co llaboration o f bodies lik e C ,S ,I,R , and U,P»S,C, which may hd able to place before the candidates interviewed by them information about employment opportunities in the -uni­v e rs it ie s/ co lle g e s .

Another point fo r consideration re la tes to fa c i l i t a t in g in our u n ivers ities a certa in amount o f "m ob ility o f qu a lified personnel". I t would be o f rea l value i f the U.G.C. maintains a national reg is te r o f u n ivers ity teachers with a l l the basic data perta in ing to each, teacher. This w i l l not only provide usefu l s ta t is t ic a l inform ation about the teachers but also enable the U.G.C. to bring about a greater degree o f movement o f teachers among the u n ivers ities than obtains at present.

U n ive rs ity Grants CommIsslon-

A d d ition a l Item 5;

M eeting:Dated .3.4*1963

To consider a p roposa l fo r g iv in g f in a n c ia l a ss is ta n ce to s c i e n t i f i c w orkers/teachers In the u n iv e r s it ie s f o r undertaking research or lea rn ed work.

For some tim e, the U n iv e rs ity Grants Commission

has been r e c e iv in g requests from In d iv id u a l s c i e n t i f i c wp ricers/

teachers fo r f in a n c ia l a ss is tan ce fo r th e purchase of books,/

chem icals, equipment, e t c . , req u ired f o r th e ir research pro­

je c t s . They f e e l handicapped as th e ^unlver s l t l es / c o lle g e s

where the • research/ learned work Is to be c a r r ie d on g e n e ra lly

do not p ro v id e any a ss is tan ce In th is regard . With a view

to encouraging, these In d iv id u a l w orkers. I t Is proposed to

In trodu ce a scheme o f ftn a n c la l assistance towards the pur­

chase (o r fa b r ic a t io n ) o f equlpmaat, chem icals, books, e t c . ,

ih lch are Ind ispensab le f o r th e ir programmes. The d e ta i ls o f

the proposed scheme are g iv e n b e low ;-

(2)

(3)

(4)

The -sbrienie envisages- prd>matl;^n:-^f fundameiVtal resea rch / lea rn ed ■ wosTk in S-oisnee su b jeo ts -aild the S oc ia l Sotehoes and H u m ailties covered by U n ive rs ity Grants Commission Act In the U n iv e r s it ie s and other approved edu cationa l In s t itu t io n s .

Grants w i l l be paid t o In d lv ld a a l workers to a l im ite d extent, say up to Rs. 5,000/- f o r th e purchase o f .^ e c la l apparatus (o r f o r I t s co n s tru c tion ) sp ec ia l chem icals, s to res , books, e t c . , not norm ally p rov ided by the U n lv e rs lty / c o lle g e where the work proposed to be undertakaa and which are Ind ispensab le fo r I t s fu rth eran ce .

Purchase o f expensive equipment, appointment o f research s t a f f and re c u rr in g grants w i l l not be a ss is ted under th e s cheme.

The research p ro je c t should be approved by the U n lv e rs lty / c o lle g e concerned. The U n 'v e r s lty - s h a l l c e r t i f y that the chem ica ls, books, e t c . , to be purchased out o f the g ra n t- In -a id to be sane tion ed are nob a v a i la b le to the research worker and the sam-e have n o t been p rov id ed under any o th er scheme.

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

P r e fe r e ic e w i l l be g iven to those a p p lica tio n s which do not In vo lv e any fo re ig n exchange and where the equipment, chem icals, book, e t c . , are .rea d ily a v a ila b le w Ith in the 'country.

411 a r t ic le s ' purchased out o f th e ass is tan ce sanctioned under the scheme w i l l become the p roperty o f th e U n iv e rs ity / C o lle g e where the research work is carh ied out a ft e r the comple­tion o f the p ro je c t .

The -research worker w i l l be requ ired to subm.it a q u a r te r ly rep o rt of p rog ress o f expenditure t i l l the grant is fu l l y u t i l i s e d . 4 p e r io d ic a l rep o rt o f t h e progress o f the research/ learned work s h 'ill be submitted to the Commission.

4ssistance w i l l be given to the research worker on the recommendations of a Grants Committee to be con stitu ted f o r the ouroose.

I t i s proposed to m4ce an a llo c a t io n o f Rs, 4 lakhs

fo r the rem aln in f period o f th e 3rd F ive v e a r Plfin fo r th isI

scheme. This amount w i l l cover about 100 to 150 research

w orkers.' In th is connection i t may be po in ted out th a t

the M in is try o f t c i e n t i f i c Research and C u ltu ra l A f fa ir s

has' a somewhat s im ila r scheme fo r promoting fundamental

research in va r iou s sub jects o f Science and Technology,

but i t has been suspended during 1962-63 as an economy

measure. ,

The m atter is p laced b e fo re the Commission,

Univers i ty Grants Commiss ion

Addl, Item: 6 To consider the report of the Committee.appointed in connection with the proposal to deem the Gujarat Vidyapeeth as a U n iversity under Section 3 o f the U.G*C. Act.

+++++

The U n iversity Grants Commission, at i t s

meeting held on 6th March, 1963, noted that the Kashi

Vidyapeeth had been recommended by the Commission fo r

recogn ition as an in s titu tio n to be deemed as a

U n iversity under Section 3 o f the U n ivers ity Grants

Commission A ct. I t was agreed that in view o f the

fa c t that the Gujarat Vidyapeeth was in many ways

sim ilar to the Kashi Vidyapeeth as regards i t s

o r ig in , growth and the courses o f study provided

by i t , a Committee may be appointed to examine

whether i t s teaching, work and organisation and

p o ten tia lity fo r further development were of^a

standard that s im ilar recogn ition could be given

to i t a lso under Section 3 o f the U n ivers ity Grants

Commission Act. Accordingly, a Committee consisting

o f P ro f. A.R.Wadia, Shri B.Shiva Rao and Dr. .P h ilip

v is ite d the Gujarat Vidyapeeth on the 23rd March,

1963 to examine the matter. .The report o f the

Committee (APPENDIX I ) is placed before the Commission

fo r consideration*

Appendix I

Report o f the U.(J.G,. Committee ' on. the Gu.iarat Vidyapith»

Th^ U n ivers ity GraP-ts Oorrimission at i t s meeting held on 6th March,. 1963, noted that _ the Kashi V idppeeth had been recommended by the Commission fo r recogn ition as an in s titu tio n to be deemed'as a Uniyersit-y under Section 3 o f the U-,G.G. Act*. In view Of the *fact that the Gujarat'Vidyapeeth was in many ways sim ilar to the Kashi Vidyapeeth as regards, .its o r ig in aiid growth and the courses provided' by i t , a committee was appointed to examine whether i t s teaching, work and organisation, and p ^ e n t ia l i t y fo r further work and development 'wpre of^a standard that s im ila r recogn ition could be given to i t also under Secticai 3 o f the U.G.C. Act. '

The Committee consisted o f the fo llow ing members

1. P ro f. A.R.Wadia, Member, U n ivers ity "Grants Commission. .

2, Shri B..Shiva Rao, Member, U n ivers ity Grants Comraissior

.3, Dr. M.N *Srin ivas, Professor o f Socio logy, Delhi , U n iversity.,

4. Dr. P .J .P h ilip , U n ivers ity Grants Commission.

Dr. M.B Srin ivas 'was unable to jo in the Committee owing to unavoidable circumstances. Dr. S.C.Goel, U n ivers ity Grants Commission, acco.mpaniedvthe Committee.

The Committee v is ite d the Vidyapeetii bn 23rd March, 1963, and held discussion with the R eg istrar, te-achers and some members o f the Vidyapeeth Mandal. P r o f ..■ Wadia, presided over the meetings o f the Committee. I t also met separately a represen tative groupGpf* the students.The Committee.went round the various buildings and departments o f the Tidyapeeth, v iz ; Gandhi Bhavan (which houses the l ib ra ry ,.th e museum and the Encyclopedia Section o f the Vidyapeeth), Kumar-Viriay Mandir (primary and post-primary Schools), Chhatralaya (boys and g ir ls h o s te ls ), the T r ib a l Welfare Training Centre, the Mahadev Desai C ollege o f Soc ia l Serv ice , the Hindi Bhavan, and the Kochrab Memorial Ashram (where .Mahatam Gandhi f i r s t resided a fte r hi,s return to India fi^m South A fr ica .

The members o f the. ■Committee attended the morning prayer assembly ’,at the Mhhadey Desai College and were g rea tly impressed by the atmosphere and the s p ir i t o f earnestness shown by the .students on the occ.asion.

. The Gujarat Vidyapeeth was established in the year 1980, fol.lowing' the Non-Co-operation Movement launched by Mahatma Gandhi during that year, with the main Object o f ’’ preparing v/orkers o f character, a b i l i t y , education and conscientiousness, necessary fo r the con'iuct o f movements connected v/ith the attainment o f Sv/araj” . With th is aim' in view, the Vidyapeeth has striven to impart an education calcu lated to tra in so c ia l workers.Importance is g iven in the d a ily routine o f the students to.: c ra fts such, as spinning and weaving, and teaching o f a number o f subjects with a soc ia l service b ias. I ts programme was suspended during the years 1930 to 1935 and again a fte r the Quit India, Movement from 1942 to 1946. The in s t itu t io n was revived on the eve o f independenc in 1947, making p a rc t ic a lly a fresh s ta r t;

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ORGANISATION

CONSTITUENTUNITS.

' The V idyapeeth has a Board o f Trust 20s which i s designated as th e 'G u ja ra t Yidyape.eth Manlal._ I t i s a r e g is t e r e d body. The Ma,ndal cons is ts o f a V ice-Chancello i* (P re 's iden t):, R e g is t ra r (S e c re ta ry ) and IS o th e r _members, in a d d it ion to tyo rep resen ta tive 's o f t t s tea ch in g_ s t a f f ' s e le c te d by the Mandal from among those who have s igned the f u l l pledge o f the V idyapeeth. Mahatma Gandhi was the f i r s t 'Chancellor o f the Vidya.peeth a.nd Sardar P a t e l i t s •V ice-Chancellor. Sardar P a t e l 'L a t e r became 'the C hance llo r , and was succeeded by Or. .Rajendra Prasad, S h r i M o ra r j i Desai i s the present Vice-^Chancellor.

The Mandal appoints a working committee f rom amongst i t s members a t the beginning o f each year, c o n s is t in g o f s i x o f i t s members and the P res id en t o f .the Mandal as an a x -o f f ic io -m em b er . The main fu nction s o f th is Committee are

( 1 ) To prepare the budget o f the V idyapeeth.* - ■- '■

(2 ) To make necessary aopoint'raents and todetermine the cond it ions o f s e rv ic e o f i t s employees. ' » -

(3 ) i o f i x the fe es f o r the examinati ons and rnake ru les f o r them.

(4 ) i o make arrangements fo r in sp ec t ion o f the schools

(5 ) ' To recogn ise in s t i t u t io n s .

In a d d it ion to the above bod ies , th V idyapeeth has a Syllabus Committee, con s is t in g o f the lo e -C h a n c e l lo r j the R e g is t ra r and the .P r in c ip a l o f ' tuo M .havidyalaya, fo r framing var iou s courses o f study, ^nere are a ls o committee concerned vath (1 ) Shri Mahadev Desai Sariaj Sewa Mkhavidyalaya Sanchalan (2 ) Gram Sewa & Uardha Shikshan(3 ) Pustaks (4 ) L ib ra ry (5 ) H indi and Hindustani Prachar(6 ) Ja in Sah itya (7 ) T r ib a l Res arch and T ra in ing In s t i t u t e (8 ) H indi Shikshak Mahavidyalaya^ (9 ) Parangat (M .A .) Examination. (a . . l is t o'f the members ' o f these committees i s attached ? ANNEXURE I ) . ■

I t ma,y be po in ted out in th is connection th a t there ^ are no c le a r -c u t ru les f o r the appointment o f the Various bodies mentioned. In the op in ion o f the Committee, the absence o f ru les p rov id ing fo r the' r ep resen ta t ion o f u n iv e r s i t y teachers and other experts on bodies connected with- courses o f study and examination i s a d e fep t which w i l l have to be r e c t i f i e d ,in, con form ity with s im i la r p ra c t ic e s obta in ing in other in s t i tu t io n s in the country o f h igher lea rn in g , to ensure the maintenance and developme o f i t s academic standards. ••

The Vidyapeeth has the fo l lo w in g in? t i tu t io n s under i t s management

(1 ) Kumar Mandir (Experim ental bas ic S c h o o l ) .

(2 ) 'Vinay Mandir (Experim ental p o s t -b a s ic S g h o o l ) .

( 3 ) Shri Mahadev Desai Saraaj Sewa Maha’ 'idyalaya.

(4 ) Khadi Vidya '■ '•eachors' T ra in ing ( f o i t ra in in g c r a f t teachers f o r primary and secondary s c h o o ls ) ,

(6 ) V i l l a g e s e r v ic e Centres a t Bochasan, Bhalada,D e th l i j Ambheti.

(6 ) Hindi Academy.

(7 ) Gandhian Study Centre.

(8 ) T rib a l Research and Training Centre.

Of these, Shri Mahadov Desai Samaj Seva Mahavidyalaya, Hindi Academy and the T rib a l Research and Training Centre are the only In s titu tion s concerned with Education at the higher le v e l . The other units conduct teaching at the primary and post-primary le v e ls and . impart tra in ing fo r c ra ft teachers, Hind”' teachers, Samaj Sevaks, e tc . The Committee noted that about 50 per cent o f the students of^the Mahavidyalaya come from the Vidyapeeth's own schools and continu ity o f in struction is thus made possible in the case o f a number o f the students. (For information regarding the number o f students in the various units please see ANNEXURE I I . ) .

The most important in s t itu tio n of the Vidyapeeth is the ,Shri Mahadev Desai Samaj Seva.'' Mahavidyalaya. I t conducts a_3 years* course fo r the degree o f Samaj Seva Visharad which is recognised as equivalent to the B.A. degree, by the Gujarat U n ivers ity and Sardar Vallabhbhai Vidyapeeth. -It has a lso in s titu ted a post-graduate course (Samaj Vidya Parangat) o f two years* duration; and the candidates working fo r th is degree are expected to w rite a thesis under the guidance o f a person approved by the Vidyapeeth, The minimum q u a li f i­cation fo r admission to the Parangat degree is a Bachelor's degree; fo r the Visharad course, candidates must have passed the V in it examination o f the Gujarat Vidyapeeth or the M atriculation examination o f other u n iv e rs it ie s . The Vidyalaya has about 225. working days in a year and the d a ily time table o f the students is spread oyer seven hours-. The syllabus' fo r the Samaj Seva Visharad degree includes the fo llow ing subjects o f study:-

(1 ) I(hadi C raft and i t s technology(2 ) Carpentry and Agricu ltu re.(§>)Guj a r a t i .(4 ) Hindustani.(5 ) H istory.(6 ) Socio logy.(7 ) P o l i t ic a l Science and comparative in s t itu tio n s .(8 ) Indian Economics, Rural Economic P -oblems and Public Finance.(9 ) Indian Commerical Geography.(1 0 ) Indian Accountancy.(11 ) Elements o f S ta t is t ic s .(12) Survey and study o f any socio-economic problem.(13) S oc ia l Work, . .

• , The students are also required to undertake study tours I to various in s titu tion s o f soc ia l work and soc ia l service in the S ta te , The Committee was given to understand that there was a great demahd in the State o f Gujar'at fo r graduates o f the Vidyapeeth. Of 254 students who piassed during the period 1950-1962, almost a l l are stated to be g a in fu lly employed as teachers and as o f f ic e r s in labour unions, Harijan Sanghs, Khadi in s titu tion s , e tc . The Committee was favourably impressed xd.th the wide range o f the d issertations prepared ' by the students, covering a va r ie ty o f proble.ms re la tin g to Harijan . and f r ib a l W elfare, Cooperation, Women’ s Movements, e tc . (P lease see ARNEXURE I I I ) .

The Committee was, however, disappointv.2d with the standard of English o f the students pursuing the 3-year degree course. The

1 commencement o f teaching English in the Sth standard which is the \ present practice did not appear to the Committee to produce s a t is f- \actory resu lts . In a ta lk with a group o f students, most o f them In the f i r s t year and som.e in the second, the Committee found that reliance was placed e n t ir e ly on Gujara-ti books and no one had attem­pted to read a book in English. This is a problem ca llin g fo r immediate atten tion on the part o f the Vidyapeeth. An adequate

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t‘L:he modern world i f the students o f an in s titu tion aspiring- 'un ivers ity status are to keep in touch with research and progress in d iffe ren t f ie ld s . The Committee would in v ite the atten tion of the Vidyapeeth to the urgent need fo r e ffe c tin g improvements in the ex is tin g f a c i l i t i e s fo r t'eaching English.

The T rib a l Research and Training Centro v;as set up in September 1962. I t conducts c e r t i f ic a te c'ourso o f three months' duration fo r the train ing o f o ff ic e rs deputed by the Gujarat State Government. The administration o f the Centre’ is entrusted to a committee consisting o f the Vice-Chancellor, the Registrar and nine other members drawn from 'neighbouring in iv e rs it ieS and volun­tary and governmental soc ia l welfare agencies. I t ’has a.t present 25 trainees and the teaching s ta f f o f the Centre consists o f f iv e whole-time lecturers-, besides the. D irector .?.nd a number o f V is it in g Lectuhe'rs . The trainees are given instruction in Sociology, Socia l Anthropology, e tc . during the f i r s t part o f the term and are taken out fo r -field work -to tr ib a l v illa g e s during the second part. The trainees also -v is it tr ib a l centres such as Santrampur, Chindwara (MP) Tamia (MP), Dangs, etc.'

The Vidyapeeth proposes to start a Wo years' post-graduate course in T rib a l Welfare -from'June 1963. The course is expected to cover eight topics re la tin g to d iffe ren t aspects o f the subject^ in addition to a d isserta tion . In the opinion of the Committee th ^ proposal merits consideration as such centres fo r teaching and train ing in an-important f ie ld lik e the welfare o f triba l, communi­tie s in the country are in su ffic ien t in number.

The Vidyapeeth also runs a Hindi Academy v/hich provides fo r aMaster's degree in ’ Hindi (by papers as w ell as by a th es is ). I tfurther conducts a course o f tra in ing fo r Hindi teachers known as the Shikshak Visharad apart from external exanination in H indi, v iz . Pa-hali, Doosari, Teesari, V in it and Sevak through 30-4 examination centres in the States of lu ja ra t and Maha.rashtra. The s ta f f of the Academy consists o f f iv e teach.-ers who seem t ’b be w e ll q u a lified .At present regul--'.r class.es are not held, and students are given instruction only on Saturdays and Sundays. Although the Hindi course was in stitu ted as far back as 1936, only one student has passed out o f the Academy so fa r . The Vidyapeeth is a-lso thinking o ^ starting courses in,. Tamil and Marathi and expects' to., aid la te r courses in other la.nguages a lso.

RUBLICAT'';-0]M The Committee sou ll l ik e to make a specia l mention o f thepublication and research work which has been imdertaken by the '

Gujarat Vidyapeeth.- I t has published s-ome 2^1 books in- subjects lik e ARESEARCH

Ancient Indian H istory and Culture, Jainism, Biography, Education, P o lit ic sE co n o m ics , R e lig ion and Philosophy, e tc . This figu re in c lu les text books fo r primary and secondary classes, books on general knowledge fo r adults and books fo r higher education in Economics, Commerce, Matharaatics and Education. -The Committee was informed that readers in Gujarati and Hindi published by the Vidya­peeth fo r students o f standards I to X are- w idely used in the schools o f Gujarat. In the f ie ld o f research work,- mention may be made -• o f the preparation of s c ie n t if ic terminology in Gujarati re la tin g to s c ie n t i f ic terms used in subjects lik e Mathematics, Physi-.;s, Zoology, Economics, E le c tr ic a l Engineering a.nd Administation and the publication o f various d ic tion aries , such as. a Hindi-Gujarati.D ictionary, _a ,Sanskrit-Gu;iarn.ti Dic-tionary, etc . The Vidyapeethrecen tly set up a separate section for th,e preparation of a Gujarati Encyclopaedia. The entire pro ject is estimated to cost Rs.22 lakhs approximately during a period o f 15 years. In the opinion o f the Comiiiittee, th is ambitious p ro ject needs fu rth -r examination p a rticu la r ly in re la tion to cost and e f fo r t s . The Commitijee thought that advantage could be taken by Encyclopaedia Section at the Vidyapeeth o f s im ilar work done in connection with the preparation

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o f the Tp.milAEncyclopeadiar. fo r completing a pro ject o f th is kind, i t would he essen tia l to constitu te an e d ito r ia l board and an Advisory Committee and also to have some coordination v;ith the Gujarat U n ivers ity .

"tiBM RY The, Library o f the Vidyapsoth is housed in a spaciousbuilding (constructed at o, cost o f about Rs.3 Idkhs) ca lled the G~ndhi Bhavan which also has a museum on i t s f ir s t , f lo o r . The lib ra ry has a to ta l c o lle c t io n of 1,20,507 books in- 13 languages.A notable feature o f the Library is the system o f open access to books. The Vidyapeeth lib ra ry also functions as a public L ibrary s.nd the Government o f Gujarat*has transferred i t s en tire co lle c t io n o f .copyright books to 'th is L ibrary.

TEAGHIUG The teaching s ta f f o f the Vidyapeeth consists of 15ST A F j F whole-time lectu rers and 6 honorary lectu rers in the Mahadev

•Desai Mahavidyalaya, 5 lectu rers in the T riba l Research and Training In s titu te , 4 honorary, le-cturers in the Department o f Hindi-Language and' L itera tu re and 5 teachers in the Training C o llege , i . e . a to ta l strength o f 24 whole-time lecturers and 10 honorary lecturers who are paid an 'honorariim 'of Rs.600/- per ,year. The lecture load o f teachers' varies from 6 to 12 lecture periods per week in the various in s titu tion s o f higher education. { For lectu rers the minimum q u a lific a tio n prescribed is M.A. in th© second d iv is ion and fo r tutors the q u a lific a tio n is a Master's ldegree. The present, grade fo r tutors is Rs. 100-10-200-15-300 plus free accommodation plus Rs,'56 a.s Dearness Allowance-.. The 1lec tu rers ' grade is Rs. 150-10-260-15-320-20-400 plus free accomm- j odation plus Rs.55 as D.earness Allowance'. There is a specia l grade . o f Rs.275-10-300-20-400 plus free .acco.mmodation plus Rs.55 .Dearness Allowance fo r old graduate's o f the Vidyapeeth. There is a se lec tion grade fo r Directors,, Principp.ls, e tc . of Rs.400-700 .plus fre'e accommodation.

I t may ,bo mentioned in th is connection that there is. no teacher in the Vidyapeeth at present who holds a doctorate degree although there are some, who are. engaged in research work.The Committee is o f the 'view that standards cannot be raised in this in s t itu tio n without sa lary scales which would a ttrac t persons with the necessary academic qu a lifica tion s fo r teachers.'The Committee agreed that i f tie institu tion^as to make any headway in regard to teaching and research at ' a high le v e l, i t would be necessary to encourage recruitment o f w ell qu a lified and experienced teachers.

RECREATIONAL FACILTTIRS.

The Committee ma&e enqui.ries regarding recreational' f a c i l i t i e s at the Vidyapeeth fo r the students and teachers.

I t was reported 'that the Vidyapeeth did not have arrangements fo r games and other recrea tion a l a c t iv i t ie s in a manner adopt'ed 'in u n ive rs it ie s . Games lik e hockey, foo tb a ll and cricket wauld not only havo b en e fic ia l e ffe c ts on the students and ton.che^ but in addition.-^ bring them in to contact with other in s titu tion s in Ahmedabad and outside.

PHYSIC L The Vidyapeeth is situated in a campus o f 32 acres andASSEig S its_ buildings icere put up at a cost o f about Rs.lO,00,OOOr In FlNAi^CES' addition the Vidyapeeth possesses buildings vrartii about

Rs.4,00,000 and 149 acres o f land outsi.de Ahmedabad; -v

.The Gujarat Vidyapeeth had a to ta l income of'Rs,6,22,428.78 NP. in the year 1961-62 from a l l sources. Of th is th e ‘‘Government o f Gujarat contributud Rs.16,120 fo r t-h-e M.D.College, o f 'S o c ia l Sciences, Rs.8,979 fo r the primary school, Rs.11,070', f9 ^ secondary school and ap'oroximately Rs.36,072 tovrards c ra ft training and v i l la g e service centres i . e . a to ta l grant o f Rs.72,241 or nearly 11.6 per cent, o f the to ta l expenditure. In the absence o f adequdte grants ,from*’the Government, the Vidyapeeth has to depend m.ainly on iixamination fees , pnpceeds from i t s publication works_andi the funis o f the Shri Hahadev Desai Trust, (A statement containing det.ails o f the income and expenditure o f the Vidv.a'“ ”

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The CommittoG c a r e fn l l j coi^ d e x o^^he question o f granting recogn ition to the Gujarat Vidyapeeth as an . in s titu tion demed to be a U n iversity under Section 3 or the U.G.C. Act. I t is true that the Vidyapeeth does not at present possess academic standards comparable to those prevalent in u n ive rs itie s . Account must be taken, however^ o f the p o ten tia lit ie s for-development o f such units of the Vidyapeeth as the M.D. College, the T riba l Research y In s titu te and the Hindi Academy as v/ell as such schemes o f ' learned work as the Gujarati Encyclopaedia and other publi-^^ cations and various books suitable fo r use at the School dihC College le v e ls in 'id iffe ren t subjects. The Committee recOl|Ci*-' ends that recogn ition may be extended to the Vidyapeeth- .iri respect o f the in stitu tion s referred to above. As- in the Case o f the Kashi Vidyapeeth and the- Gurukul Kangri^, recogn ition may be conferred on the Gujarat Vidyapeeth fd r a period o f three years in the f i r s t instance at the end o f which the development o f the in s titu tion may be reviewed# The Committee would b rin g^ o the-attention o f the Commission in th is connection th ^ B ^ a ?o“ *reform in regard to the fo llow ing poin ts:-

(a ) At present the Vidyapeeth by virtue o f the fa c t that the medium of instruction is lim ited to the regional language caters to the needs o f Gujarat State, e\g. o f 136 students in the M.D.College,131 were from 'Gujarat, 3 from Maharashtra, and 2 '.4. from outside. Considering the rich-, heritage o f the in s titu tion and the cu ltiva tion o f certa in high idea ls of soc ia l service and d isc ip lin e , i t would be desirable to o f fe r fa c i l i t i e s to students also from other parts o f the country in the VidyapeethThe Vidyapeeth, i f i t aims at an a ll- In d ia status,should^ in 'the opinion o f the Coniiuittee, d e lib e ra te ly adopt ?.n a ll- In d ia point o f view in regard to admissions and te-aching. This ca'nnot be done without the in s titu tion adopting a b ilin gu a l approach to the question of medium o f instruction... While Gujara,ti w i l l continue to be the medium of instruction fo rstudents from the State, Hindi or English mav beintroduced as a medi-um fo r t lT o ^ frOTrvTEhor States* I t may be necessary as the in stitu tion s develop oh these lin es , 'to aopoint teachers who are conversant with both media.

(b ) Steps should be taken by the Vidyapeeth to s tren gth ^ the teaching o f English. This may be done partly by introducing English at the School stage, from IV or V standard ins'tead of the V III standard as at present, and also- providing tu to r ia l assistance to students in English. At the end. o f the undergraduate stage, i t w i l l be necessary fo r the Vidyapeeth to adopt some o f the modern methods o f teaching English v/ith the advice o f experts' o f the Central in s t itu te o f English at Hyerabad.

(c ) The existing s ta f f o f the Vidyapeeth though consisting o f many who are dedicated to ideals o f seririce and are fa i r ly w e ll qu a lified needs to be strengthened. I t would be necessary to make appointments through Selection Committees constituted as in the u n ivers ities with the help o f experts in the subjects concerned.

(d ) I t would be necessary to reorganise the ex istin gbodies o f the Vidyapeeth fo r dealing with i t s various, adm inistrative and academic matters to conform to the Usual un ivers ity pattern as has-been done in the caS'

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o f the Gurukul Kangri, the Jamia M ill ia and. recommended in the case o f the Kashi Vidyapeeth. Tlio d e ta ils in this regard could be se ttiod with the Gujarp.t Vidyapeeth beforehand.

The Vidyapeeth placed before the Committee some o f i t s present requirements fo r development. The most urgent needs fo r which assistance may be given in the normal way a re :-

i ) A hoste l building to accommodate 100 students

Rs» 2,00,000

i i ) Student Health Centre Rs. 50,000

i i i ) Recreational Centre fo r Students.

Rs. 50,000

iv ) S ta f f Quarters Rs. 2,50,000

v) Completion o f building fo r Mahadev Desai Mahavidyalaya.

Rs. 2,00,000

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Coi^ Annexure I

L is t o f Present Members' o f the Gu.jarat Vidyapith Ma.n:lal.

1. Shri Morarjibhai Ran-chhodji Oesai -■ Vice-Cha,ncellor Finance M in ister, Government o f Ind ia , New D elh i.

2. Shri dugatrambhai Chimanlal DaveSwaraj Ashram, Vedchhi, P.O. Valod D ist. Surat.

3. Shri V a ljibh a i Govindbhai Desai 14, Ganesh Wadi, Poona-4

4. Shri Mama Saheb V itha l Laxman Phadke Antyaj Ashram, Godhara.

5. Shri Gokulbhai Doulatram Bhatt21 Bajaj Road, V ile Parle, Bombay-24

6. Shri Maganbhai Prabhudas Desai,Gujarat Vidyapith, P .0 .Navjivan, Ahmedabad-14

7. Shri Gopaldas Jivabhai Pa te l10, Modh Champauer Society, Wadaj Road,

8. Shri Vithaldas Maganlal KothariGujarat Vidyapith, P.O. Navjivan, Ahraedabad-14

9. Shri P a r ik sh it la l Lallubhai Majumdar Harijan Ashram, Sabarmati Ahmedabad.

10. Shri J iv a n ji Dahyabhai Desai,Navjivan Colony, Near Swastik Society, Ahmedabad.

11. Shri Thakorbhai Manibhai Desai,Nanu Wadi, Mankodiyu, Dudhia Talav, Navsari.

12. Shri Dilkhushbhai Balsukhram Diwanji,Gandhi K u tir, Karadi Via Ja la lpore, D ist. Surat.

13. .. Khandubhai Kasanji Desai Sharda Soc iety , Ahmedabad.

14. Shri Maniben Vallabhbhai P a te l,Navjivan Karyalaya, Ahmedabad-14

15. Shri Ramlal Dahyalal Parikh - Registrar, Gujarat Vidyapith, Ahmedabad-14

16'. Shri Dhrubhai Manibhai Desai17/a . Kusum Kunj, Santakruz West, Bombay-54

17. Shri Navalbhai Nemchand-ShahGundhi (P.O. Bhurkhi. D is t. Ahmedabad.)

18. Shri Dahyabhai J iv a n ji NaikBhil Seva Mandal, Dohad. D is t. Pancharaahals

19. Shri Manubhai Rajaram Pancholi Lokbharti, Sanosara (Saurashtra)

20. Shri Chimanbhai Jivabhai Pa te l70, . Sharda Griha Society, Ahmedabad;-7.

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Gu.1a-rat Vidyap.lth Mandal.

Shri Mahadev Desal Sama.1 Seva Mahavidyalaya Sanchalarl Sam iti;

1. Shri M orarji Ranchhodji Desai

2. " Khandubhai Desai

3. ” J iva n ji Desai

4. " ijopaldas Pa te l

6. ” Thakorbhai Desai

6. ” Jugatrara Dave

7. " Yithaldas Kothari

8. ’ " Magahbhai'.'Desai i> , - • w

9. ” Dilkhushbhai Diwanji

IQ. ”■ Manibahen Pa te l

. ,11. " Dhirubhai Desai.

, 12 " Ghlmanbhai Pa te l

13. " Ramlal Parikh

2. Gram Seva and Wardha Shikshan Samiti:

'V ice-Chancllor,Gujarat Vldyapith1' '■■treasurer

Member, ExectitiVe Committee'

Secretary o f L ibrary

Member o f the General Body

President, B asic Education Association .

•Prof, o f Economics.

Ex-Registrar and' Educatinist

Worker in Khadi &'V illa g e Industries.

Soc ia l worker

D irector o f Training,Khadi Commission.

P ro f, o f Economics Sardar 'Vallbhbhai Arts & Commerce C ollege.

R eg istrar.

1. V ice-’Ohan.ce.ilor Chairman

2. Shri ■yithaldas Kothari Member, General Body

3. It Jugatram Dave Sanchalak, Swaraj Ashram Vedchhi, • ’

4. tt Thakorfchai Desai • Member, General Body

5. It Lalbhai Naik 1 Adivasi & V illa g e worker

6. 1! • Babalbhai Mehta Socia l Worker

7. ff Shivabhai Pa te l Acharya, Vallabh Vidyalay Bochasan,

8. II Maganbhal Desai Ex-Registrar

9. II R eg is tra r• Secretary.

Pustak. Samiti:

1. Vice-Chancellor Chairman

2'. Sh!M Jugatram Dave Member, Governing Body

3. It Gopaldas Pa-tel Ex-Secretary, VidyaplthLibrary.

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4. J iva n ji Desai

5. Vithalbhai Kothari

6. J^ilkiiushbhai Diwanji

7. P a r ik sh it la l Majumdar

-8. MaganbKai Desai

9. Registrar

Library Committee;

,1. - •’ Vice-Chancellor

2. Shri Maganbhai Desai

5.

Manag'ing Trustee Navjivan Trust.

Member, General Body

Socia l V/orker

President, Gujarat Harijan Sevak Sangh

Ex-Registrar

Secretary.

President

Chairman,Ex-Registrar, Guj . Vidyapith- Ex-Vice-^Chancellor, Guj. Uni.

3. u J ivan ji Desai Managing Trustee, Navjivan Trust

4.- !! -Vithaldas Kothari P ro f, o f Economics and w riter o f many books on economics and educationist

6. I I Thakoibhai Desai Ex-President o f the G.P.C.C. and Member of the General

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6. W Jugatram Dave Sanchalak, Vcdchhi Ashram -and a noted educationist.

7. !! Kikubhai Desai Ex-Librarian, Guj. Vidyapith Ex-Librarian, Guj. Uni, Ex-Librarian, M .J.Library. ,

8. M Gopaldas Patel Ex-Secretary, Vidyapith

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Library, W ell known w riter and c r i t ic .

9. The Curator of L ibraries Gujarat State

10 . Registrar Secretary.

Hindi - Hindustani Prachar Samiti:

1. Vice'-Chancellor Chairman

2. Shri Jugatram Dave Sanchalak, Vedchhi Ashram and a noted educationist

3. u • Babalbhai Mehta Leading Socia l worker and e due a t i oni s t .

4. I t VitHaldas Kothari P ro f, o f Economics andw riter o f many books on economics

5. I I Am ritla l Nanavati Socia l worker, VJardha

6. I t G irira j Kishore' Pariksha Mantri and w riter

7. I I Vajubhai Shah Secretary, Saurashtra Rachhatmak Samiti, M.L.A., Gujarat.

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11 J iva n ji Desai Mann,ging Trustee, Navjivan T ru st.

10 tr• Ishvarbhai Pa te l•

P rin c ipa l, 3 .T .T .College Vallabh Vidyanagar

11 11• Wanubhai Joshi Lok Sevak,Chairman, Kharid Vechan Sangh

12 It Oordhandas (Jhokhawala President, Surat. Borough M unicipality.

13 11• Maganbhai Desai Ex-Registrar, Guj.Vidyapith Ex-Vice-Chancellor, Guj.Uni.

14 If• Navalbhai Shah Lok Sevak and ed ito r.

15 11• R egistrar Secretary

Jain Sahitya Samiti;

1. Shri Magahbhai Desai ChairmanEx-Registrar, Guj.Vidyapith Ex-Vice-Chancellor,Guj.Univ,

2, |Pannalal Jhaveri S oc ia l worker

3. It Ramnikla.1 Modi Hardjan hshram,

4. It Gopaldas Pate l Wellknown w riter & c r i t ic

5. 1? K an tila l Ghiya Secret-rj'-, Congress Worker.

T r ib a l Research.and Training In s titu te Committee;

1. Vice--Chancellor Chairman

2. Shri Laxikant Shrikant Secretary-, Gandhi Smarak N id h i.

3. 11 Dahyabhai Walk S ocia l worker, Bhil Seva Mandal

4'. t! Jugatram Dave Sanchalak, Vedchhi Ashram

5. II Dr.Tarabahen Pate l Rader in Sociology Guj. Univ.

6. It Shri Vithaldas Kothari P ro f, o f Economics andw riter o f many bookson economics

7. 11 Lalbhai Naik S ocia l worker

8. Dr. T .B .Naik Prin , Post-Graduate Basic Training College Bhopal

9. The D irector S ocia l Welfare Dept. Guj. S ta te .

10,. The Secretary Rural Development Dept. Gujarat S tate.

11... Regiatrar Secretary.

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/ t iind l Shikshak Mahavld/alaya Qr^mmittee;

1, Vice-Chancellor Chairman

2, Shri Thakorbnai ^esai Ex-President, G.P.C.C.

3. " G iribaj Kishore Secretary,' Hindi Exams.

4. " Dhirubhai Desai D irector of Training, Khadi Commission.

5. " Chiraanbhai Pate l0 Prin . Sardar Vallabhbhai

Arts College.

6. " Ishvarbhai Patel Prin . S .T .T .C o llege , Vallabh Vidyanagar

7. Dr. Ambashanker Wagar P ro f. Hindi, Faculty o f A rts , M.S.Uni., Baroda.

8. Dr. K.G.Desai Prin . A.G.Teachers College Ahmedabad.

9. Registrar Secretary.

9. Paranpiat Examination (M.A .Examination Committee).

1. Shri Vithaldas Fothari

2. Dr.Tarabaher: Pa'tel

3. Shri Dhirublr ai resa i

P ro f, o f Economics.

Reader in Sociology,Guj.Uni.

D irector of Training Khadi Commission.

P ro f.

D irector, Hindi Bhavan

R egistrar.

4. " Shantilaj Gar dhi

5. ” G ir ira j Fishore

6. " Ramlal Pe'.rikL

10. Syllabus Committee;

1. Vice-Chancellor Chairman

2. Principa ls o f the Facu lties concerned

3. P ro fs, of the subjects concerned

4. Registrar .. Secretary

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Annexure I I

Number o f Students

1. M.D.College o f Socia l Service • • 210

2.r

Parangut - .A .(H ind i) Language& L ite ra tu re ).

• e 7

3. Parangat - N.A. by Thesis • • 2

4. Hindi ShiksLa Visharad (B.Ed.) • • 21

6 . Hindi Shiksha V in it ( T .D .) e • 31

6 • Post Basic School • • 80

7. Basic School • •. « 245

8. D raft Teachers Training Class • • 7

9. ., .Tribal Rese irch & Training In s tt , • • 25

Total'- . . 628

Annexure I I I

iCmployment Position o f the Gujnrnt Vidyapith Graduates

H!95^ ~ 1961)

254 Students passed the f i r s t .degree examination from 1960 May to 1962 May. They are v/orking in the fo llow ing f i e ld s !-

,, 1. Teachers in Secondary Schools c§: . . 6 9Primary Teachers Training Colleges.

2. Teachers in Basic & Post-Basic Schools . . 52ft3. Khadi Gramodyog In stitu tion s . . 12

4. T rib a l Welfare Organisation .. 17

6. Sarvodya,ya Development Projec^ts .. 14

6. Harijan Sangh .. 8

'7. Labour Union , . . 4

8. Intensive Area Projects(V illa g e Industries) ' . . 10

,9. Other-Public ' Assoc ia t ions(Co-operative, Socia l Welfare In s t t . ) . . 22

10, Further Study(M.A^ B.T; LL.B. o f Guj. Uni. & „. 27G.B.T.C. o f State Govt.)

11. Gandhian L iterature

12, P rivate Work

1as-

^9,246 - 13 General Income - Examination |:ees e tc .

39,496 - 42

42,243 - 92 In teres t and Dividend - Bank and Deposit

Accounts etc .6,237 - 35

5,406 *- 13 Income from Agricu ltu ra l la,nds and Tol Gh-mi.

1,581 - 99

684 - 49 Khadi Karyalaya 906 - 25

9D6 - 25

A .710 - 50

Inoluding grant...of Rs. 471-20- fo r manage- ■ment by A .I .K . & V .I Commission.

Jain Samiti Publica­tions.

Prasashan Shabda Kosh ®Dvt. Grant.

Pay, Postage, S tationery Repairs, Telephone e tc .

•. lands and T e l Ghani.

Khadi Karyalaya- -,.Pa; S tationery e tc .

tions, Mp^nagemeht charges e tc ,

2,378 - 19 Gujarati .Dictionary - Pay.

4,710 - 50 G ujarati .Examination o f non-Gujaratis -

!■ Postage, Prin ting etc .

7'^,.17^-*- 38 Vidyapith Library -, Books, Reading Rooms

Fees o f Gujarati Exaftil- Pay, Stationery,nations o f non-Gujaratis. ■- Binding etc .

* ■ 572. - 00

l2,908 - 45 Vidyapith L ibrary inclu - 1,45,206 -47 Hindi - Hindustani

M

64,439 t61

47,966 - 33

'd ing Govt, Grant of Rs.30,000/-.

Hindi Hindustani Prachar- including 1,61,395/- o f examination 'iHe.s-

M'.D,.College o f Socia l Service --- _ -

18,155-90 Term-f-ees- e tc , 7-69 C raft income

16,119-88 Govt. Grant 13,682-86 Exceeds o f Expen-

Praehar - Pay, Exami­ners remuneration. Grants to Examination'* Centres,- . s ta tionery. Expenses of Shikshak Sanad and Paran- gat classes, postage, prin ting etc .

47,966 -33 M.D.College o f Socia l Serv ice ; Pay, Hostel expenses. Adult Education Centres, C raft, S tationery, e tc .

diture made good. 25y997 -50 Primary School - Pay,by Shree Maha- dev Desai Trust.

C ra ft equipment, e tc .

47,T6'6-35 26,176 - 81 Secondary School - Pay G raft equipments,

9,517 - 36 Primary School S tationery etc .* 8,979-00 Govt, grant538-3^ Graft Income. 3,970 - 77 Graft Training Glass -

9,517-36 Pay, S tationery etc.

.6,080-00 Secondary School 15,059 - 13 Satyagraha Ashram11,070-00 Govt. Grant Smarak Kochrab; Pay,5,010-00 Class fees Balwadi Prayers, F es ti

e tc , including Govt. Grant fo r fe es . Rs.1229/-

16,080-00

va ls , Heading Room etc

PTO

- 2 -

/

0 Graft Training Clasa 1654i00 fees 990-00 Govt. Grant.

-00 Buildings - Chargedas rent to various a c t iv it ie s of V idyapith.

Vidyapith publications

of Ambheti (D is t. Surat) -Agricultural-Incom e,

62 y il la g e Service Centre o f Ambheti (D is t. Surat) - A gricu ltu ra l Income.

22,202 66 Ashram School at V illa geService Centre of Ambheti (D ist.Surat) including Govt. Grant o f Rs.20,082/-

72,341 - 27 V illa ge Service Centre at Bdchasan (D is t. Kaira) including Gpvt. granifs

4,441 - 3j3 V illa ge Service Centre at Bhalada (D ist* Kaira ) ’ -'Khadi sales income etc .

6,22,4 2 8 - 73,

57,582 - 00

7,746 - 16

23,813 - 07

91-951 - 26

4,441 - 36

^ ^ 3

40,500 - 00

6,22,3^648

55523

Buildings- Depnecidtion^ Dopareciation ofr- va ri :ms bui.ldings

V illa g e Service Centre, at Ambheti (D is t .S u r^ ) A gricu ltu ra l expenses

Ashram School at V illa ge Service Centre o f Ambheti (D is t. Surat School & Hostel expenses, maintenance o f cows e t c . ) .

V illa ge Service Centre at Bochasan (D is t. Kaira)*. O ffice expenses. L ighting charges, Hostel exp. Primary 4 Secondary SchQol, 'Craft T'ra.ining Class, Khadi ^Vibhag Expenses e tc .*

V illa ge Service Cent­ra at Bhalada (D is t. Kaira) Khadi Bhandar Agricu lture expenses pay.5 e tc .

Reserved towards' construction of buildings fo r the

s t a f f .

6,22,428. - 78

Excess.,;6f Income over Expenditure.’ -

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U n i v e r s i t y G rants Commission / • • •

M e e t in g :

■ ■ D ated 3rd A p r i l , IS

A d d l . I t e m 7 : To c o n s id e r th e ' p ro p o sa l , o f th e V i s v a - B h a r a t l , , r e g a r d in g th e r e v i s i o n o f ’^ 'ca les o f p ay o f

A s s i s t a n t L e o tu re r s . .and In s t ru c tC W ls .

The U n i v e r s i t y Grants' Commission In i t s m ee t in gf j ’ f

h e ld on 4<10 .1961 w h i l e cpn s id fe r lr ig th e r e v i s i o n o f s c a l e s

o f pay o f t e a c h e r s in th e V i s v a - B h a r a t i , d e c id e d th a t i n ' t h e ^

case o f A s s i s t a n t L e c tu r e r s / T u to r s who w ere a p p o in te d inK'

Pa th a Bhavanfahd th e P a l l l Samgathan•^Vibhaga th e s c a l e s beO' ” ' ■' \

so r e v i s e d as .to b r in g them on *a p a r wltl:^ th o s e o f th e t e a -

0?iers'"b>E‘ Government S c h o o ls i n ’ W est B en ga l.- I t had a l s o been<! ■ •

'a g r e e d t h a t tljje t e a c h e r s w i l l be e 'n t i t l e d . t o th e r e v i s e d ' ’

s c a l e s ' o f p ay o n l y i f t h e i r q u a l i f i c a t i o n s w ere c o n s id e r e d

s a t i s f a c t o r y by th e S e l e c t i o n Com m ittee ... J n th e e a r l i e r '

s t a g e s , th e U n i v e r s i t y ha'd In fo rm ed th h t th e r e v i s e d s ca le s^ ,

o f pay o f th e t e a c h e r s in th e s c h o o ls be th e same as th e

West B en ga l Government s c a l e s in m u lt i - p u r p o s e h i g h e r s econ ­

d a r y s c h o o l s . L a t e r , h o w eve r , th e U n i v e r s i t y d e s i r e d th a t

th e s c a l e s o f pay o f t h e t e a c h e r s be a c c o r d in g t o th e

s c a l e s o f pay p r e s c r ib e d i n r e s i d e n t i a l s c h o o ls run by th e

v ;est B en g a l Governm ent. The U n i v e r s i t y had been re q u e s te d

t o s u p p ly th e f o l l o w i n g In fo r m a t io n

(a ) s c a l e s o f pay s a n c t io n e d by t h e West B en ga l Government f o r r e s i d e n t i a l s c h o o l t e a c h e r s and o r d in a r y s c h o o l t e a c h e r s .

(b ) th e a l lo w a n c e s a t t a c h e d t o th e p o s ts men­t i o n e d a t ( a ) a b o v e .

( c ) s c a l e s o f pay p rop osed t o be now f i x e d .

(d ) th e q u a l i f i c a t i o n s p r e s c r ib e d f o r t e a c h e r s 'by t h e W est B en g a l Government f o r r e s id e n - , t l a l and o r d in a r y s c h o o l s . [

A l l th e above i tem s o f In fo r m a t io n have not so f a r been

t e c e i v e d . But th e U n i v e r s i t y had sometimes back s u g g e s te d ,

t h a t t h e r e v i s e d s c a l e s o f p ay o f A s s i s t a n t L e c t u r e r s anA ^* i

I n s t r u c t o r s be as f o l l o w s x -• • • p • 2/*"

P r e s e n t s c a le R e v is e d s c a le

an t L e c tu r e r s Rs. 150-15-270-EB- ' Rs. 300-600, . , 15-3OO-Selc .20-4OO in c lu d in g D.'A.

p lu s D .A . ’ a t W est B en g a l r a t e s , ■

Rs. 100 -8 -220 . 'p lu s DvA. Rs,-200-400 , a t W est Bengal' I n c lu d in g D .A .

' ' r a t e s . ,

t r u e t o r s ..

'L a t e r th e t f h i v e r s i t y su g g e s te d th a t the r e v i s . ^ . s c a l e s o f pay

.o f ' th e t e a c h e r s be- -as under

,i A s s i s t a n t L e c tu r e r s ' - Rs, 275 -16 -3 5 0 -2 0 -6 5 0• * ' ?

I n s t r u c t o r s ' - Rs. 175-10-275 .-15-425

as th e s e s c a l e s ' , v e r e i'n.. o p e r a t i o n f o r c e r t a i n c a t e g o r i e s o f

r-aeademic.. s t a f f ' s e r v in g under the. Government o f West B e n g a l ,

The p r o p o s a l o f th e 'V i s v a -B h a r a t i i s p la c e d b e f o r e th e

Cemmi-ssion, , .

n i v e r s i t y Grants Commission. i i

M e e t in g :

D ated 3rd A p r i l , 1963

A d d l . I t e m .8 To c o n s id e r a r e q u e s t from S h r i S .M a th a l r e g a r d in g repayment o f c a r l o a n advanced t o him by th e U .G .C .

I■{^hile S h r i S .M a th a i was S e c r e t a r y , U n i v e r s i t y

Grants Com m ission , a lo a n o f R s.14 ,000/- was p a id t o him

tow ards th e purchase o f c a r on c o n d i t i o n th a t th e lo a n was

t o be r e p a id in 60 in s t a lm e n t s * By F e b ru a r y , 1963 S h r i

M a th a i had pa id one in s ta lm e n t tow ard s repaym ent o f th e

l o a n . I n v ie w o f h i s h a v in g handed o v e r ch a rge in th e

U ,G ,C . S h r i M atha i had s u g g e s te d t h a t a rran gem en ts be

made f o r th e payment o f m on th ly in s ta lm e n ts t o th e Commis­

s io n by th e U n i v e r s i t y o f K e r a l a . The U n i v e r s i t y o f

K e r a la was r e q u e s te d t o In t im a te i f i t wou ld a c c e p t th e

r e s p o n s i b i l i t y f o r repaym ent o f th e l o a n in m on th ly i n s t a l ­

ments d u r in g th e p r e s e n t t e n u re o f o f f i c e o f S h r i M a th a i as

i t s V i c e - C h a n c e l l o r . The R e g i s t r a r , K e r a la U n i v e r s i t y has

in t im a te d i t s w i l l i n g n e s s t o do s o .

The m a t t e r i s p la c e d b e f o r e th e Commission

f o r o rders - .