600-bed girl’s hostel, Multi-Story Stadium and B.Ed. Courses will start at Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee University

Ranchi: Raj Bhavan’s University Inspector Sanjeev Rai visited Dr. Shyama Prasad University Headquarters for the first time to take the view of stock of the academic activity and infrastructure. He said, “The University should focus more on research.” He added, “Strive towards making the same institute excellence so that better grading can be obtained in NAAC evaluation.”  Raj Bhavan will provide expected help in this. Through the PPT presentation, the university administration said every possible effort is being made to improve the available resources. But most of the posts of teachers are vacant.

The situation is that a total of 166 posts of teachers have been created in the university, out of which only 40 are working. That means 126 posts are vacant. The university has around 17000 students in UG PG and Vocational courses. The university had sent a proposal for a hostel for 600 girl students and a multi-story stadium to the government, which has been approved. B.Ed course will also be taught in the multi-story stadium. 

Dr. Ashok Nag from University Inspector said that there is no holiday calendar according to the festival. 66 % girl students study here but there is no Monday holiday in Sawan. On this the inspector said Go to Delhi University and see how few holidays are there. Dr. Ashok Nag added in Delhi University there are 5 days of study in a week whereas here it is 6 days. On this the inspector said he will convey your matter to the governor.

The University Inspector said DSPMU should sign MoU with more and more other institutions. So that the students can get its benefit. This will also benefit in NAAC assessment. Also asked to upgrade the lab and library as per the time. Vice-Chancellor Professor Tapan Kumar Shandilya said “According to the demand of the time, the process of upgrading the lab and library has been started.” In the coming days, the students here will get better infrastructure. There will be no compromise with quality education.

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