State Government University

UP Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyaya pashu Chikitsa Vigyan Vishwavidyalaya

image description Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay was born on 25th of September, 1916, at Nagla Chandrabhan village in Mathura district. His full name was Deen dayal Upadhyaya, but he was fondly called Deena by the family. He had a very difficult childhood as he lost both his parents at very early age. He was brought up and educated at his maternal grandfather place thus he deprived of the love and affection of both his parents at an early age. But Deendayal ji gained strength from the negative forces and sufferings around him and developed a unique personality. Deendayal ji was a brilliant scholar during his school days and did his schooling at different places such as Gangapur, Kota, Rajgarh, Sikar and Pilani. In his high school at Sikar, Rajasthan he stood first in the board examination and the then ruler, Maharaja Kalyan Singh of Sikar, presented him with a Gold Medal, a monthly scholarship of Rs.10 and Rs.250 towards his books, as recognition of his merit. Deendayal ji went to Pilani to study for his Intermediate where he not only topped the board exam in 1937, but also obtained distinction in all subjects. He was the first student of Birla College to have fared so well in the exam and for this marvelous achievement he again received a gold medal, a monthly scholarship of Rs.10 and Rs.250 towards books from Ghan shyam das Birla. Deen dayal ji did BA in first division from Sanatan Dharma College, Kanpur in 1939 and joined St.

H.N.B. Uttarakhand Medical Education University

The establishment of the Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna Uttarakhand Medical Education University fulfills one of very long cherished and important aspirations of the people of Uttarakhand to have best and highest level medical facility within the state. Although successive state governments tried to provide a chain of hospitals in the entire length and breadth of the state and also opened several medical, dental, nursing and para-medical colleges, both in the public and private sectors, for providing education in respective fields so that necessary trained personnel is available within the state for hospitals in Uttarakhand, still for various serious and critical cases the patients and their attendants had to run to Delhi and other distant places to get specialized and high level treatment. This caused insurmountable problems and incurring of huge funds in terms of money for them. This was because highest level medical education and research was not available within the state. Moreover, the medical, nursing and para-medical institutions were so far affiliated to non-medical universities in the state which only conducted their examinations and awarded degrees and diplomas and had no expertise to guide the quality of education and research. The establishment of the Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna Medical Uttarakhand Education University at Dehradun, by an Act enacted by the Uttarakhand Legislative Assembly and assented to by the Governor on 18 February 2014 by the Uttarakhand Govt-Act-No72/xxxvi(3)/2014/07(1)/2014 to fulfills the long standing need of the people of Uttarakhand to have an institution for the advancement and development of medical education in the state.

Agriculture University, Jodhpur

Agriculture University, Jodhpur was established on 14th September, 2013 by Government of Rajasthan under Agriculture University, Jodhpur Act 21 of 2013 to focus on holistic development of arid and semi-arid regions of the state covering 6 districts (Jodhpur, Barmer, Nagaur, Pali, Jalore and Sirohi), constituting 28% of total geographical area which is sustaining 20.8% human and 28.4% animal population of the state. The districts under jurisdiction of the university cover 3 agro-ecological zones of the state. These are Arid Western Plain Zone Ia (Jodhpur and Barmer districts), Transitional plain of Luni Basin Zone IIb (Jalore, Pali, and Sirohi districts) and part of Transitional Plain of Inland Drainage Zone IIa (Nagaur district). The university has 1 institute of diploma and 3 colleges to produce highly competent educated human resources in agriculture and allied sciences besides 2 agricultural research stations, one each in zone Ia & IIb and 3 agricultural research sub stations, one in each zone to prepare, plan and perform highly need based research in this acute water scarce but naturally rich bio-diversified zone of the country. The third most important part in tri-pillar (Teaching, Research & Extension) of agricultural development, the extension for transfer of technologies are reached to doorsteps of the farming community by 6 Krishi Vigyan Kendras (K-V-Ks), 2 in Nagaur district and 1 each in Jodhpur, Barmer, Jalore & Sirohi districts under the umbrella of the university.