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  • Vice-Chancellor's Blessings Recent developments in communication technology have ushered in unprecedented transformation in modern society. Media-New and Old-are quintessential agents of the dissemination of information, education and entertainment. Notwithstanding the economic slowdown, a high growth in media and entertainment industry is excepted to continue over the next few years Consequently, a great need is increasingly emerging for persons trained for working the old and new media systems. Institute of Mass Communication and Media Technology (IMC&MT) of this university has responded to the challenge by launching a host of courses that would train the young men and women desirous of joining this sector. Music is a big industry in India and its production and distribution affords a huge opportunity for business and employment. Inventions in electronics and communication technologies have made this industry highly technology dependent. Therefore, apart from talent and creativity, familiarity with technology has become a pre-requisite for success in this industry. Similarly, animation is an emerging field with infinite opportunities for the students having sound knowledge of Graphics and Gaming. Multi Media is another paramount industry that requires efficient manpower having acquaintance with media, computers and web. I am happy that in keeping with the new developments and trends in media and entertainment industry, the Institute has designed new courses like M.Sc. in Music, Media & Electronics, B.Sc. & M.Sc. in Graphics, Animation and Gaming, B.Sc. & M.Sc. in Multi Media. The courses are not only highly job oriented but they also empower students to become entrepreneurs, which is fully in tune with the state Government's thrust on professional and technical education so as to open new avenues for the youth within the country and abroad. The Institute has a good infrastructure and latest equipments on which students receive ample time to train and produce. The faculty, consisting of competent teachers and professionals of proven expertise, is there to groom the students to face the challenges of the profession. 1
  • I hope a large number of young men and women from rural and urban Haryana will join these courses and build a bright future for themselves and their families. This would also be a step forward to convert Haryana to a developed state and distinguish itself in the fields of media and entertainment at national as well as at international level. Dr. R. P. Bajpai 2
  • Director's Brief One of the most revolutionary changes that the world has undergone in the new century is the manner in which human communication has expanded. More than five decades ago, Marchell McLuhon, predicted this change and described the changes in terms of both 'explosion' and 'implosion' Enabled by the emerging and converging technologies, human communication has crossed all boundaries and a global community is the process of making. The emerging innovative communication systems need to be managed professionally. Thus, the need for professional communicators who are not only creative and innovative but can use the new technologies is obvious. Manpower experts have repeatedly projected the huge demand for large number of communicators in the near future. Taking cognizance of this change and need for trained and educated media professionals, the Institute of Mass Communication and Media Technology has launched a holistic system of courses encompassing all aspects ranging from traditional journalism, advertising, public relations to new areas of graphics, animation and packaging. The post-graduate courses, M.A. Mass Communication, M.Sc. Mass Communication, M.Sc. Electronic Media prepare students for reporting, editing, presentation and management jobs in newspaper, television, radio and internet. M.Sc. Music, Media and Electronics aim at preparing human resource for fast expanding music component of all media and also for music production and distribution industry. Two innovative courses integrate undergraduated and post graduate courses together in the field of Multi Media, Animation and Graphics. Students have the option to go into the profession after graduation and return for post graduate studies after a few years. B.A. Mass Communication orients young boys and girls for various professions related to media. B.Tech. in Printing, Graphics and Packaging caters to the needs of printing and packaging industry and combines the art and technology of graphics in it. P.G. Diploma in Graphics and Animation has already produced professionals with expertize in computer graphics & animation. 3
  • The new course M.Sc. in Music, Media and Electronics aims to produce trained persons to work not only in the field of music industry but it will also help the students to establish their own industries and provide employment to others. Other courses launched from the last session were B.Sc. and M.Sc. in Graphics, Animation and Gaming, B.Sc. and M.Sc. in Multi Media. Young boys and girls who have just passed their 12th class with any combination of subjects are to be educated and trained in the art and craft of animation and gaming. Students will have a choice to join the profession after three years or continue their studies for two more years and attain super specialization. Similar important course that was also introduced in the last academic session was B.Sc. and M. Sc. in Multimedia, focus on the learning of various skills related to technologies of media, computers and web. Already there is a huge demand for multi-media specialists in the country and abroad and the number of available trained manpower in India is very small. Under graduate and Post graduate courses in Mass Communication pave the way for the students to enhance their potential and shape their career in a better way. M.Phil and Ph.D. degrees enable the research scholars to widen horizons of their knowledge and contribute significantly in the fields of both basic and applied search in communication with their useful dissertation and theses. On the one hand the Institute provides learning opportunities for those with no aptitude for the use of technology, but on the other hand it also trains those with a natural love for machines and technology. Young men and women with rural background discover the new world and then create a still better communication environment. Those who have lived in towns and cities learn the science of communicating with the vast majority of their rural country men. Right from building a new printing machine to creating an environment for social, economic and spiritual growth, every thing is there. Just one step needs to be taken and that is to fill up the form and deposit it in the Institute before the last date. So, let us do it. Let us invest in our own future. Prof. B.K. Kuthiala Director 4
  • THE INSTITUTE Objective: In the academics, the field of human communication has grown into a multifaceted discipline. It started with the study of communication behaviour in sociology, anthropology, psychology, political science etc.. but gradually a separate subject of studies and research emerged, initially in the form of journalism courses. Today almost all universities have a course in mass communication which provides theoretical knowledge and practical skills in the fields of Journalism (print, radio, television, Internet, Web), advertising, public relations, corporate communication, development communication and social marketing etc. With the advent of new information and communication technologies, applications of new technologies have overwhelmed the society. They have not just impacted the daily life, but have revolutionized the very scenario of human relations. Business practices have changed. Convergence of diverse technologies has provided immense opportunities for communication, data transfer, storage and retrieval. Communication, which is a tool of marketing, itself needs a lot of marketing. These changes have precipitated the need for institutions imparting professional training to work in the changed scenario. Moreover, in the field of human communication, every moment there is a change in the change itself. The academics have not been able to cope with the rapid changes in the professional practices. Traditional course content does not enable the students to perform in the profession. Rather some of the conventional teaching creates disabilities, which makes the qualified students incapable for the profession. It is to cater to some of the recent manpower requirements related to the communication and media professions, the Institute of Mass Communication and Media Technology (IMC&MT) of Kurukshetra University, has launched a wide range of courses in the area of mass communication and media technology. These courses not only prepare the students for jobs in various professions related to media such as journalism, PR & Advertising, media production, printing, graphics, packaging and entertainment industry but also open avenues for self-employment and establishment of organizations with high potential for providing employment to others. 5
  • Courses available: 1. B.A. Mass Communication (B.A.-MC : 3 Years) 2. B. Tech. Printing, Graphics and Packaging (B.Tech.- PG&P : 4 Years) 3. Five year integrated course in Multimedia (B.Sc.- MM : 3 Years and M.Sc.- MM : 2 Years) 4. Five year integrated course in Graphics, Animation and Gaming (B.Sc.- GA&G : 3 Years and M.Sc.-GA&G : 2 Years) 5. M.Sc. Mass Communication (M.Sc.-MC : 2 Years) 6. M.Sc. Electronic Media (M.Sc.- EM : 2 Years) 7. MSc. Music, Media and Electronics (M.Sc.- MM&E : 2 Years) 8. M.A. Mass Communication (M.A.-MC : 2 Years) 9. P.G. Diploma in Graphics and Animation(PGD-G&A : 1 Year) 10. M.Phil. Journalism and Mass Communicaion (M.Phil.- J&MC : 1 Year) 11. Ph.D. Journalism and Mass Communication (Ph.D.- J.&MC) 6
  • ABOUT THE COURSES 1. B.A. Mass Communication (B.A.-MC) The study of mass communication as a specialized course has been introduced by the IMC&MT, KUK at under graduate level. The basic aim of the course is to train the young people in the art and craft of mass communication at the entry level of their college education and prepare them for higher education in the field. In addition to the study of languages and social sciences, this course exposes the students to the basics of journalism, advertising and public relations. After doing this course one can join media organizations or go for higher studies or may appear for competitive examinations. Duration: 3 years Eligibility: Senior secondary with any combination of subjects with at least 50% marks Seats: 25 Fee: Rs. 25,000/- per year Admission: On the basis of merit of the entrance test and marks obtained in the qualifying exam plus weightage, if any, as per the university instructions. 2. B.Tech. Printing, Graphics and Packaging (B.Tech.-PG&P) The new name for printing is imaging as new technology has changed the entire scenario of print industry. Graphics is the arrangement of whatever is to be printed in a beautiful and attractive manner. Today, all goods must be packaged for their protection, transportation and storage. Packaging also helps to sell the goods. It is a science of protecting and art of presenting. India has a huge packaging industry but there is a tremendous shortage of packaging specialists. The course of B.Tech. Printing, Graphics and Packaging is an engineering and technology course mixed with art and craft of it. It will prepare students to perform as creative packaging designers with adequate knowledge of graphics and print. The course empowers the students with ample job opportunities in the field of printing and packaging industry. Duration: 4 years Eligibility: Sr.Secondary with Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics with at least 50 percent marks. Seats: 30 Fee: Rs.35,000/- per year Admission: On the basis of AIEEE merit through Haryana State Councelling Society, Panchkula Note: Admission in B.Tech. (Printing, Graphics & Packaging) will be made on the basis of AIEEE score by the Haryana State Counselling Society, Panchkula. For more information in this regard please contact www.techeduhry.nic.in 7
  • 3. Five year integrated course in Multi Media (B.Sc.-MM and M.Sc.- MM) The future of media lies in convergence. Multimedia is shaping the media content. In this background, the course in multimedia offers enough scope for self employment as well as job opportunities. It prepares highly skilled and trained professionals for handling various media jobs, especially in the area of media production. The Institute introduced B.Sc. (three year) in Multi Media course from the academic session 2008-09. MSc. (two year) in Multi Media course will follow subsequently. After B.Sc., one may discontinue the course and can join profession or may continue the course for higher studies. Duration : 5 Years (B.Sc. 3 years and MSc. 2 years) Eligibility: Senior secondary with any combination of subjects with at least 50% marks Fee: Rs. 35000/- per year. Seats : 20 Admission: On the basis of merit of the entrance test and marks obtained in the qualifying exam plus weightage, if any, as per the university instructions. . 4. Five year integrated course in Graphics, Animation and Gaming (B.Sc. - GA&G and M.Sc. - GA&G) The expansion in graphics and animation industry is a global phenomenon. India is no exception to this development. It has witnessed a spectacular growth in the field during the last few years. This boom is directly linked to media expansion. Expanding graphics and animation industry is providing enormous opportunities to the youth having sound background of aesthetics and technology. Apart from animation, this industry is about the production of video games, intractive self learning material, advertising and developing animated web content etc. There is an acute dearth of professionals in the industry of graphics and animation. According to an estimate Indian animation industry needs over three lakh animators, while only 10% demand is being met by various training institutes. There is hardly any university that imparts education and training in Graphics and Animation. With this background, the Institute of Mass Communication and Media Technology at Kurukshetra University offers a five year integrated course in Graphics-Animation and Gaming. The Institute started B.Sc. (three year) course in animation, graphics and gaming from the academic session 2008-09 and the MSc. (two year) course will follow subsequently. After B.Sc. one may discontinue the course and join the profession or may continue the course for higher studies. 8
  • Duration : 5 Years (B.Sc. 3 years and M.Sc. 2 years) Eligibility: Senior secondary with any combination of subjects with at least 50% marks. Fee: Rs. 35000/- per year. Seats : 20 Admission: On the basis of merit of the entrance test and marks obtained in the qualifying exam plus weightage, if any, as per the university instructions. 5. M.Sc. Mass Communication (M.Sc.-MC) Major thrust of this course is on the science and art of communication as well as technologies of mass communication. The skills, both writing and use of equipment, required to work as media persons in television, radio, newspapers and magazines, web systems, advertising, public relations & corporate communication are imparted by experienced and qualified teachers. Video and digital cameras, computers with latest software and applications, printing machines, audio recording and editing systems, art labs and latest video editing systems help the students to learn the use of latest media technologies efficiently. Duration: 2 years Eligibility: Bachelor in any discipline with at least 50% marks Seats: 30 Fee: Rs.25,000 per year Admission: On the basis of merit of the entrance test and marks obtained in the qualifying exam plus weightage, if any, as per the university instructions. 6. M.Sc. Electronic Media (M.Sc. - EM) Multi-sourced television content in the form of signals is available in every nook and corner of the earth. To receive the signals on the screen, television sets are penetrating every home with an unprecedented pace. FM is the reincarnated form of radio broadcasting and is gaining popularity day by day. Web has become both a means of communication and source of information. A large number of professionals are required to work in these emerging electronic media. M.Sc. Electronic Media focuses on preparing professional manpower for working in Television, Radio and Web. After initial exposure to Electronic Media, the students will opt to specialize in the field of their choice. These courses can be considered as a beginning of super specialization in Mass Communication. Duration : 2 Years Eligibility: Bachelor in any discipline with at least 50% marks Fee: Rs. 40000/- per year. Seats : 20 9
  • Admission: On the basis of merit of the entrance test and marks obtained in the qualifying exam plus weightage, if any, as per the university instructions. 10
  • 7. MSc. Music, Media and Electronics (M.Sc.-MM&E) The entertainment industry in India and abroad offers tremendous opportunities for media professionals, who have a fair knowledge of music and electronics. Keeping this in view the Institute introduced a new M.Sc. course in Music, Media and Electronics from the academic session 2008-09. This course not only prepares the students for self employment in infotainment industry but also offers unlimited job opportunities in the area of production of entertainment programmes. Duration : 2 Years Eligibility: Bachelor in any discipline with at least 50% marks. Fee: Rs. 35,000/- per year. Seats : 20 Admission: On the basis of merit of the entrance test and marks obtained in the qualifying exam plus weightage, if any, as per the university instructions. 8. M.A. Mass Communication (M.A.-MC) According to manpower research projection Media and Entertainment sectors are projected to witness the highest growth rate during next five years. Need for the educated and trained manpower in media is also going to be tremendous. M.A. Mass Communication course exposes the students to various professional aspects of Mass Communication namely, Journalism, Public Relations, Advertising, Radio & Television programme production and Communication Research. Duration : 2 Years Eligibility : Bachelor in any discipline with at least 50% marks. Fee: Rs. 3000/- approx. (as per university Hand Book of Information) Seat: 30 Admission: On the basis of merit of the entrance test and marks obtained in the qualifying exam plus weightage, if any, as per the university instructions. 9. Postgraduate Diploma in Graphics & Animation (PGD-G&A) Creating, attractive and communicative designs are the need of the hour in almost every profession. There are many creative artists amongst us, but they are not trained adequately to perform as professional graphic artists. Animation is another field where creativity of an artist combines with the computer generated moving images. Result is a very attractive and effective film to be used in every sphere of media operations. This course will help to sharpen the creative skills of 11
  • the artists to work in the field of design and graphics both as highly paid employees or self dependent enterpreneurs. Duration: one year Eligibility: Bachelor in any discipline with at least 50% marks Seats: 25 Fee: Rs.25,000/- per year Admission: On the basis of merit of the entrance test and marks obtained in the qualifying exam plus weightage, if any, as per the university instructions Note: The eligibility condition for SC/ST candidates for the courses from Sr. no. 1 to 9 except Sr. No. 2 is minimum pass marks in the qualifying examinations. 10. M. Phil Journalism and Mass Communication (M.Phil-J&MC) This course will give special emphasis on theoretical knowledge of mass communication and techniques of research in various areas of Journalism and Mass Communication. After doing this course students may go further for Ph.D. or they may join teaching profession. Besides, it opens for them new avenues of research in advertising, public relations, audience research, and public opinion research. Duration: 1 year Eligibility: Master in Journalism and Mass Communication with at least 55% marks Seats: 15 Fee: As per university Hand Book of Information (Separate schedule of admission and application form will be available for this course) 11. Ph.D. in Journalism and Mass Communication (Ph.D.-J&MC) The IMC&MT, also offers Ph.D. course in the area of Journalism and Mass Communication. The registration profess for Ph.D. is regulated and governed by rules given in the university hand book of information on Ph.D. courses. 12
  • Infrastructural Facilities Television Studio • Digital still cameras (five) • Digital video cameras (nine) • Professional Video mixer • Multiprompter (one) • Two LCD Screen (40") • Home theatre with 29" television • Non Linear Editing setup (Final Cut Studio (three) Sound Studio • Digital tapeless professional audio recorder • Professional audio mixer (two) • Handy audio recorders (ten) • Non Linear Audio editing setup Graphics and Animation Studio • Professional animation workstations (two) • Professional digital scanners and printers • Computer graphics lab Loaded with software-3DMax, Flash, After Effects, Illustrator, CorelDraw, Photoshop etc. Computer Lab • Thirty computers with internet connection • Three lap tops • LCD projectors Printing Lab • Mini Offset press • Plotters (two) Note: Institute has a well equipped audio-video and animation studio with state of art technology. 13
  • Faculty Sr. No. Name Designation 1. Prof. M.K. Jain Dean, Faculty of Commerce and Management 2. Prof. B.K. Kuthiala Director 3. Dr. Rajbir Singh Professor 4. Dr. Dev Vrat Singh Reader 5. Dr. H.S. Rathore Reader 6. Dr. Bindu Sharma Lecturer 7. Ms. Roma Lecturer 8. Dr. Madhu Deep Singh Lecturer 9. Mr. Ashok Sharma Lecturer 10. Mr. Abid Ali Lecturer 11. Ms. Meetu Dhawan Lecturer Technical Staff Sr. No. Name Designation 1. Mr. Rajesh Kumar Technical Exeutive-Computer 2. Mr. Kanwar Deep Sharma Workshop Executive- Printing Technology 3. Mr. Satish Rana Technical Executive- Television 4. Mr. Jitender Rohilla Workshop Executive- Printing Technology 5. Mr. Krishan Pal Walia Junior Electronic Engineer 6. Mrs. Namita Technical Executive-Computer Software 14
  • Major Activities of 2008-09 1. Three new courses were introduced in the academic session 2008-09: Five year integrated course in Graphics, Animation and Gaming, Five year integrated course in Multi Media and M.Sc. in Music, Media and Electronics. 2. Mr. Debu Chatterji, Graphics Supervisor, Delhi Doordarshan, Mr. C.B. Harit, Graphics Executive, Delhi Doordarshan and Mr. Bharat Bhushan, Graphics Supervisor Jalandhar Doordarshan were invited to give technical and professional input to the students of Graphics and Animation. 3. The Institute in collaboration with Dainik Bhaskar group organized a workshop on "Usage of English Words in Hindi Newspapers" on August 07, 2008 at Press Club, Chandigarh 4. A seminar was organized on the Hindi Diwas on September 17, 2008. 5. The Director, Prof. B.K. Kuthiala participated in International seminars held at Brisben (Australia) , Sanghai (China) and Manila(Phillipines). 6. The B.Tech.-IIIrd year students of the institute attended Vth International Pactech exhibition at Goregaon in Mumbai from 17-23 November, 2008 and also visited the prestigious press of The Times of India at Mumbai. 7. Two day workshop on "Personality Development and Communication Skills" was organized in November, 2008. Mr. Subhash C. Sood, from Delhi, a known Media Consultant made the students aware of effective ways of developing personality and communication skills. On this occasion, the Chief Editor of Aaj Tak, Mr. Alok Verma presented a paper on "New Media." 8. The B.Tech. (PG&P) students of the institute attended Print-Pack, 2009 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi in January, 2009. Around 225 Companies exhibited their techniques in Printing and Packaging fields. The students of the Institute interacted with the representatives of many companies and they were offered jobs through outsourcing. 9. First Campus Bulletin was produced on January 24, 2009, which was released by the Registrar Prof. Raghuvendra Tanwar. 10. On the 25th anniversary celebration of the Department of Printing Technology of Anna University, Chennai, the students of B.Tech. (PG&P) participated in various competitions on February, 19 and 20 2009 in which B.Tech.-III students Jyotsna and Pankaj Saini got second position in Print, Designing Competition. B.Tech.-II year student Deepak, B.Tech.-III year student Lalit Mohan Joshi got 3rd position in Print-Tech Quiz. 11. The Australian High Commission organized a regional Media Seminar in Chandigarh on 19-20th March, 2009 on "Regional Press: Power, Reach and Influence." Prof. Robin Jeffery, an acknowledged expert on the Indian regional Media was the key note speaker. Prof. Rajbir Singh, Dr. Bindu Sharma, Dr. Madhudeep Singh, Mr. Ashok Sharma alongwith 20 students of the institute participated in the seminar. 15
  • 12. The institute celebrated its 1st Annual Day festival 'Media Utsav' from March 22-24, 2009 felicitating the prize winning students for their curricular and co- curricular achievements. 17 media competitions were held and the students displayed not only remarkable talents but also excellent organizing capabilities. A cultural evening presided over by Hon'ble Vice Chancellor Dr. R.P. Bajpai was held on March 24 to mark the closing ceremony. 13. One day workshop on Animation was organized on March 24, 2009 at Faculty Lounge of the university in collaboration with the PICASSO Chandigarh, a known name in animation and graphics in the private sector. 14. A workshop on Screen Printing "Learn as Hobby or Profession" was organized on 13 May, 2009 by the B.Tech. Printing, Graphics and Packaging students of the Institute as an outreach activity. 16
  • Calender of Activities for the academic session 2009-10 Odd Semester: July - December, 2009 Date/Timings Event Activities 3 August,2009 Freshers' Day Welcome Activities Last week of August Workshop on Technical input and Communication Skills & Experts interaction Personality Development 5 September, 2009 Teachers' Day Debate/Discussion 14 September, 2009 Hindi Diwas Competitions/Lectures 16 November, 2009 National Press Day Seminar-Academia-Industry Interface on news production Sessional examination will be held in the month of November, 2009 Semester examination will be held from 01.12.2009 onwards Winter Vacation : 17.12.09-31.12.2009 Even Semester: January - May, 2010 12 January, 2010 National Youth Day Debate/Discussion Ist fortnight of February Seminar on Academia-Industry Interface PR and Advertising 8 March, 2010 International Women's Outreach Activities Day 23-25 March, 2010 Annual function: Competitions and Film Show/ Media Utsav Cultural programmes Besides these, following events are also proposed to be organized during academic session 2009-10  Academia-Industry Interface on Graphics, Animation and Gaming; Printing and Packaging, and Media Production.  Educational tours, visits to media organizations and outreach activities. Sessional examination will be held in the month of March, 2010 Semester examination will be held from 01.05.2010 onwards Summer Vacation : 07.05.2010-30.06.2010 17
  • Mass Communication courses in Affiliated Colleges of the university Sr. Name of College Contact No. Course No. 1. Govt. College, Karnal 0184-2204456, B.A. Mass 2201555 Communication 2. Govt. College, Panchkula 0172-2560076 -do- 3. Govt. National College, Sirsa 01666-220902 -do- 4. Govt. College, Ambala 0171-2644503 -do- 5. Govt.P.G. College, Jind 01681-245581 -do- 6. Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Govt. College, 94162-74906 -do- Kaithal 7. Shah Satnamji College for Boys, 01666-238506 -do- Sirsa 8 Shah Satnamji College for Girls, 01666-238602 -do- Sirsa 9. D.A.V. College, Karnal 0184—2272473, -do- 2254484 10. D.A.V. College for Women, 01732-228152, -do- Yamuna-Nagar 224674 11. Guru Nanak Khalsa College -do- (Boys), Yamuna-Nagar 12. Guru Nanak Khalsa College 01732-329899 -do- (Girls), Sant Pura Yamuna-Nagar D.N. College, Hisar 01662-270989 -do- 13. GMN College, Ambala Cantt. 0171-2640321 Vocational course in Mass Communication and Video Production 14. S.D. College, Ambala Cantt. 0171-2630283 P.G. Diploma in Mass Communication 15. D.N. College, Hisar 01662-270989 -do- 18
  • Kurukshetra University: An Introduction Having acquired another prestigious landmark to its credit, Kurukshetra University is now 'A' Grade accredited by NAAC (National Assessment and Accreditation Council). It was in 1956 that this university was setup. The foundation stone of this university was laid by Honourable Dr. Rajender Prasad, the first President of India. The University is known as the mother of all the other major universities of Haryana. The University has high acclaim at national level in academic world by precipitated proliferation in education, training and research. The university aims to enrich the students with technical and professional competence enabling them to compete modern competitive world. From the traditional ones to the latest professional courses, all major streams of education and research is available in this university today. There are 390 of colleges affiliated to the university that cater technical and professional education to the students of rural, semi urban and urban areas of Haryana. The University has 45 departments including 5 institutes (Institute of Law, Institute of Management, University Institute of Engineering & Technology, Institute of Environmental Studies and Institute of Mass Communication & Media Technolgy) on its campus. The academic activities of the university are managed by the twelve Faculties: 1. Arts and Languages, 2. Social Sciences, 3. Life Sciences, 4. Sciences, 5. Education, 6. Indic Studies, 7. Law, 8. Faculty of Commerce and Management, 9. Engg. and Technology, 10. Ayurvedic Medicine, 11. Medical and Dental Science 12. Pharmaceuticals Sciences. The Institute of Mass Communication and Media Technology comes under the faculty of Commerce and Management. The Directorate of Distance Education provides education to more than 35 thousand students every year. The Directorate of sports organises competitions round the year at national & regional levels. The Department of Youth and Culture Affairs is famous for organising cultural programmes at regional and national levels. The Auditorium of the university holds the honour of being one of the ten best auditoriums Asia. The beautiful and fascinating campus of the Kurukshetra University with spacious playgrounds, rich collection of books and journals in the Jawahar Lal 19
  • Nehru Library, the Bhagvad Geeta Sadan, the Rose Garden, the Gymnasium, the Swimming Pool and the 'Dharohar' a museum of Haryanavi Culture and many other facilities attract the students and motivate them to pursue their studies at this excellent seat of modern education. Seventeen well-maintained hostels provide congenial accommodation to boys and girls. A high-tech Computer centre, Guest house, Faculty lounge, hospital and a shopping centre add to the quality of life on the campus. The vision of the university is to Be widely acknowledged as a distinguished seat of higher learning, ever striving to become a leading centre of academic excellence by expanding the frontiers of knowledge in global encompassment, with due emphasis on societal concerns and our rich cultural heritage. The mission of the university is Preparing a class of scholars and professionals with ingrained human values adequately equipped with enviable competencies and dedicated to the advancement of society through preservation, creation and application of knowledge in the emerging global scenario. 20
  • Statutory Officers of the University Hon'ble Chancellor, Dr. A.R.Kidwai, Governor, Haryana Telephone Nos. Office Residence Vice-Chancellor 238039 238021 Dr. R. P. Bajpai, Registrar 238026 238118 Prof. Raghuvendra Tanwar Dean, Academic Affairs 238045 239241 Prof. D. Mukherjee Dean of Colleges 238347 238878 Prof. T.R. Kundu Dean Students' Welfare 238096 238111 Prof. Nafa Singh Proctor 239617 239742 Prof. Mohinder Singh Chief Warden (Girls Hostels) 238711 238326 Dr. Saroj Malik Chief Warden (Boys Hostels) 238711 238940 Dr. Sat Dev Librarian 238367 238398 Shri R.D. Mehla, Controller of Examinations 238377 238844 Dr. Hukam Singh 238189 238098 Sh. Y.P. Goswami 21
  • Important guidelines for the candidates 1. Before filling the Admission Form the candidates are required to read the Prospectus carefully. 2. No column should be left blank in Admission Form; write N.A. against the column which is not applicable otherwise it will be considered as incomplete and rejected. 3. Self attested photo copies of certificates/DMCs of martic, 10+2, B.A./B.Sc./B.Com Part-I, II, III and documents for weightages must be attached with the Admission Form. 4. Photograph duly attested by a gazetted officer must be pasted at appropriate place on application form and also bring two passport size photographs at the time of counseling. 5. Please enclose two self addressed envelopes of the size of 9"x4"each with a postal stamp of Rs. 5/-each with the application form. 6. Entrance test will consist of three sections and will be held as per the schedule given at page 44. (I) General awareness (II) Language proficiency both in Hindi and English Marks : 100 (III) Aptitude for the course applied. Note: The question paper will be in the form of multiple choice objective type questions. OMR sheet will be provided to mark the answers. 7. Result of all the entrance tests will be declared on 20 July, 2009 and will be notified on the notice board of the Institute. It will also be placed on university website www.kukinfo.com. 8. First counselling- 23 July, 2009. 9. Second Counselling- 30 July, 2009 10. Third Counselling, if required, to be announced later on. 11. The candidate will file a single application form for all the courses falling in a category. Therefore, there will be a single application for under graduate courses ( Sr. 1 to 3), a single application for post graduate courses (Sr. 4 to 7) and a separate application for P.G. Diploma course (Sr. 8). 22
  • 12. There will be a common entrance test for all the courses falling under a category. Therefore, a common enterance test will be held for under graduate courses (Sr. No. 1 to 3), a common entrance test for P.G. courses (Sr. No. 4 to 7) and a separate entrance test for P.G. Diploma course (Sr. No. 8) 13. Options for admission to a particular UG/PG/Diploma course will have to be given by the candidate in writing to the admission committee at the time of counselling. No separate intimation regarding results and counseling will be made to the candidates. 14. If the last date of receipt of Admission Form and last date for depositing the dues falls on a holiday or that day is declared holiday by the University, the next working day will be considered the last day for the purpose. 15. Candidates having compartment in the qualifying examination will not be considered for admission. 16. Unless otherwise specifically provided in the concerned Ordinance, the eligibility condition in case of SC/ST candidates for admission to various courses, except B.Tech. Printing, Graphics and Packaging of the Institute will be pass marks in the qualifying examinations. 17. 5% relaxation in the eligibility condition for admission to various courses will be given to blind candidates. 18. At the time of admission every candidate shall be required to give an undertaking of good conduct & behaviour and not to indulge in ragging. If a candidate after his/her admission is found indulging in any kind of ragging, his/her admission is liable to be cancelled. 19. If a student fails to attend his/her classes continuously for seven days from the date of commencement of the classes, on the date of marking of attendance, his/her admission shall be cancelled. 20. If any student gets accommodation allotted his/her name in Hostel and allows some other person(s) to stay in his/her allotted room and/or to take meals, in that case the admission of both of the students, i.e. (i) the allottee and (ii) the illegal occupant, shall be cancelled from the department as well as from the hostel without assigning any reason. 21. Any legal dispute relating to admission of students will be subject to Court at Kurukshetra or Courts having jurisdiction in Kurukshetra. 22. If a student of M.A/M.Sc. (Previous) does not qualify 50% of the papers in the Examinations, he/she will not be allowed admission to the course in final year. 23
  • 23. A Candidate who has passed qualifying examination from the Universities of Haryana will be considered Haryana resident and he/she is not required to submit Haryana Resident certificate. Other candidates who are seeking benefit of Haryana resident, have to submit a certificate of Bonafide Resident of Haryana as per guidelines, at Appendix-A. 24. In case two or more candidates in merit list have equal percentage of marks, the marks obtained in the qualifying examination will be taken into consideration. In case there is still a tie, the candidate senior in age will be considered first. 25. Admission in B.Tech. (Printing, Graphics & Packaging) first year will be made on the basis of AIEEE and by the Haryana State Counselling Society. No separate form is required to be filled up by the candidate. 26. Saperate application forms and schedule will be available for admission in M.Phil and Ph.D. courses as per university handbook of information. 27. Classes will start from 3rd August, 2009. 28. No course will be started if the strength of students is less than 10 and no option will be started if the strength is less than 5. SECTION-I : MANDATORY CONDITIONS 1. NOTHING CONTAINED IN THIS PROSPECTUS SHOULD BE CONSTRUED TO CONVEY SANCTION OR CITED AS AN AUTHORITY FOR WHICH UNIVERSITY REGULATIONS IN CALENDARS VOL.I,II AND THE RELEVANT RULES IN CALENDAR VOL.III ALONE ARE APPLICABLE. 2. IF THE CONCERNED AUTHORITIES ARE NOT SATISFIED WITH THE CHARACTER, PAST BEHAVIOUR AND ANTECEDENTS OF A CANDIDATE, THEY MAY REFUSE TO ADMIT HIM/ HER TO ANY COURSE OF STUDY IN THE UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE IN ORDER TO ENSURE ACADEMIC STANDARDS, DISCIPLINE AND PEACEFUL ATMOSPHERE IN THE UNIVERSITY. THE VICE-CHANCELLOR MAY CANCEL THE ADMISSION OF ANY STUDENT FOR A SPECIFIED PERIOD. SECTION-II : DISTRIBUTION AND RESERVATION OF SEATS (A) Distribution of seats The seats shall be distributed as under: 1) All India Category including Haryana 15% 2) Bonafide Residents of Haryana 85% ( 50% of the seats earmarked for bonafide residents of Haryana will be reserved for the categories as mentioned at (B) below, as per State Govt. 24
  • policy and remaining 50% seats will be filled from among Haryana General Category) (B) Reservation of seats for Bonafide Residents of Haryana The seats shall be reserved for the categories as under (i) Scheduled Castes 20% (ii) Backward Classes of Haryana 27% (16% for Block-A) (except Socially advanced persons/ (11 % for Block-B) Sections (creamy layer) (iii) Physically Handicapped 3% (1% Blind or low vision, 1% Hearing impairment, 1% Locomotor disability or cerebral palsy) If the seats reserved for Physically Handicapped persons remain vacant due to non-availability of suitable handicapped candidates, it may be offered to ex-servicemen and their wards (1%) and dependents of freedom fighters (1%). (iv) 3% horizontal reservation will be given to Ex-servicemen/Freedom fighters and their dependents by providing reservation within reservation of 1% of general category, 1% out of scheduled castes and 1% from backward classes category. As far as block allocation in Block A and Block B of backward classes category is concerned, year wise rotational system will be adopted. For example, if block A of backward classes are given seats in the academic year 2008, the next block i.e. B block of categories of Backward classes will be given seats in the next academic year i.e. 2009 and so on. The Institute shall maintained the record for the purpose. Note: Under the above 3% horizontal reservation, seat will be allotted to ESM/DFF, wherever the number of seats in the respective category work out to be 0.5 or above. Important Notes: 1. The Reservation of seats is as per the Reservation Policy of the Haryana Govt. and is subject to any change/amendment made by the State Govt. from time to time. 2. All the eligible candidates whether from Haryana or from Reserved Categories also compete for seats allocated under All India Category. 3. All eligible candidates of reserved categories shall be considered first for Haryana General Category seats. 4. If the reserved seat(s) of BC Block-A remain vacant, these will be filled up from BC Block-B and vice-versa. 5. Benefit of reservation will be given to all the reserved categories upto Final List according to the reservation policy given in the Prospectus. In case at the time of display of Final List the reserved seats of various categories other than S.C. category, remain vacant and there is no eligible candidates of the reserved categories are available, these vacant seats will be filled up on open merit basis at the time of Final List. The vacant seats of SC category will not be converted. 25
  • 6. Candidates claiming reservation under Scheduled Caste will submit the certificate as per Annexure-II and Backward Class (Block 'A' & 'B') will submit the Certificate on the prescribed proforma as per Annexure-III and affidavit as per Annexure IV, at the time of counseling. The BC candidates (Block ‘A’ & ‘B’) for benefit of reservation shall also have to furnish an affidavit to the effect that he/she is not covered under the criteria of creamy layer as per Annexure-IV at the time of counseling. The said affidavit shall be furnished by both father and mother of the candidate. 7. Only the candidates having the permanent disability of not less than 40% (being otherwise fit for admission to the course) will be considered for admission as Physically Handicapped. Disability certificate must be issued from Chief Medical Officer of the concerned District. However, the certificate shall be subject to verification by a Medical Board constituted by the university for the purpose. The decision of the Board shall be final. Physically Handicapped candidates belonging to Haryana are required to submit the certificate as per Annexure-V at the time of counseling. 8. Children & Grand-Children of Freedom Fighters of Haryana are required to submit a certificate from the Deputy Commissioner of the concerned District as per Annexure-VI at the time of counseling. 9. Wards of Ex-Servicemen of Haryana are required to submit the certificate as per Annexure-VII at the time of counseling. 10. For the horizontal reservation, candidates of General, S.C. and B.C. categories will also have to furnish E.S.M./D.F.F. certificate. 11. Under Physically Handicapped Category at least one candidate will be admitted, even if the share is less than 0.5 seat. 12. Candidates who have passed their qualifying examination from a university in the State of Haryana will be deemed to be Haryana residents and will not be required to submit certificates of bonafide residents of Haryana. Section-III Weightages (A) Candidates who have passed the qualifying examination from Universities in Haryana State (FHU) 5 Marks (B) Recipients of National Talent Award from the NCERT (NTA) 5 Marks (C) Candidates having consistently good academic record throughout First Class from First Public Examination to qualifying exam. (TFC) 5 Marks (D) Candidates who have passed Honours examination in the subject concerned. (Hons.) 5 Marks 26
  • Weightage for Graduation/Post Graduation in Relevant Subject: (GRS) (i) For M.A./M.Sc. Mass Communication M.Sc. Electronic Media, M.Sc. Music Media and Electronics and P.G. Diploma in Graphics and Animation Candidates who have passed B.A. Mass Communication 5 Marks (ii) For M.Sc. Music, Media and Electronics Candidates who have passed Bachelor/Master Degree with Music or Electronics. 5 Marks (iii) For P.G. Diploma in Graphics and Animation (PGDG&A) Candidates who have passed Bachelor/Master Degree with Fine Arts or Commercial Arts. 5 Marks (E) NCC. Cadets who have passed the 'C' or G-II Certificate 5 Marks (No weightage will be given for civil defence service) OR Students who have been recommended or commended (i.e. have obtained 1 st or 2nd position) at the Inter-Zonal or Inter-University or Inter-State Leve Youth Festival(s) or competition(s) organized by State govt./University either individually or as members of a team. OR Sports persons who have won 1 or 2nd or 3rd position at the University/State st level Tournaments organized by the State Govt./Haryana Olympic Association/University in individual events or Team games or have actually parrticipated in Inter-University or National level duly recognized by Association of Indian Universities/concerned National Federation/Indian Olympic Association in the games in which Inter-University Tournaments are organized by Association of Indian Universities. OR Holder of Certificate of Merit for N.S.S awarded by the University OR For students instructors/volunteers of Colleges maintained/recognized by the Kurukshetra University for running Adult Education Centres/engaged under MPFL. (The above weightage under Adult Education Scheme will be given on the basis of the certificate issued jointly by the Principal of the college affiliated or maintained by Kurukshetra University and Hony. Director, CACEE, KUK. Criteria for award of University N.S.S. Merit Certificate is as under:- 1. N.S.S. Volunteer who has completed 240 hours of regular activities in the period of two years and attended two annual special Camps (of atleast 10 days duration) 2. One who has donated blood atleast twice OR has made atleast five illiterates literate. This shall have to be certified by the Principal alongwith the names and addresses of the such literates. OR, one who has done an exemplary act of courate or bravery by saving life 27
  • in situations like drowning, fire, natural calamities OR man made calamities and awarded at the National Level. In case of NSS Volunteers from other Universities located outside Haryana, one has to become eligible by way of becoming at par with the conditions as required under Sr. No. 1 and 2 of the above criteria laid down for University Merit Certificate and NSS weightage will not be allowed to the students who have only NSS participation certificate given by the College Principal. Note: 1. For allowing weightages to NSS and Sports, certificate should be got verified from the officer of the concerned Department. 2. Total weightage for merit under Section-III shall not exceed 10 marks. 3. Weightage for sports will be given who have secured position at National Level will only be considered if the candidate has participated in Inter-Collegiate Tournaments/ State Level Tournament in the same game/event during college period. 4. Sports certificate will only be considered if the candidate produce the gradation certificates from the respective govt. in respect of the games/sports for which the candidate claims sports weightage & eligibility. Weightages will be given as per university instructions given in the Handbook of Information 2009-10. SECTION-IV : RULES FOR ADJUSTMENT/REFUND OF FEE 3. If a candidate after having deposited fee for admission in one course joins another course in another University Teaching Dept./Institute in the same session, as mentioned below, and is permitted to withdraw his/her candidature, fee/funds except admission fee already deposited by him/her for the course from which he/she has withdrawn, shall be adjusted/refunded against the fee/funds of the course he/she joins subject to the condition that difference, if any, shall be paid by the candidate: (i) from a general course to another general course. (ii) from a general course to a self-financing course or vice- versa. (iii) from a self-financing course to another self-financing course. However, in self-financing courses, adjustment/refund of fee will be allowed only if the seat so vacated is filled by the last date of admission. 28
  • 4. In case a candidate leaves the University after seeking admission in a particular course, following conditions will apply for refund of fee: (a) If a candidate leaves before the commencement of the classes, the entire fee deposited by the candidate will be refunded after deducting Rs. 1000/- only. (b) In case a candidate leaves after commencement of the classes, proportionate deduction of fee upto the month of his/her leaving will be made, subject to minimum of Rs. 1000/-. However, refund will be allowed only if the seat so vacated is filled by the last date of admission. Abreviations used in Admission Form, stand for: AIC = All India Cagegory HGC = Haryana General Category PH = Physically Handicapped ESM = Ex-Servicemen and their wards DFF = Dependent of Freedom Fighter FHU = From Haryana University NTA = National Talent Awards TFC = Throughout First Class Hons. = Honours ECA = Extra Curricular Activities GRS = Graduation Relevant Subject 29
  • Appendix-A Instructions regarding Bonafide Residents of Haryana issued vide letter No.62/17/95-6 GSI dated 3rd October, 1996, rd No.62/32/2000-6GSI dated 23 May, 2003 and No.62/27/2003-6GSI dated 29th July, 2003 by the Chief Secretary to Government, Haryana. Subject: Bonafide residents of Haryana - Guidelines regarding. I am directed to invite your attention to Haryana Govt. letters noted in the margin on the subject noted above vide which the instructions were issued regarding simplification of procedure for obtaining the certificate of Domicile for the purpose of admission to educational institution (including technical/medical institution). The matter has been reconsidered in the light of judgment delivered by the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India in the case of Dr. Pradeep Jain vs. Union of India and others reported as AIR 1984- SC-1421, wherein it has been held that instead of the word 'Domicile' the word 'Resident' be used in the instructions issued by the State Government and it has been decided to revise the Government instructions. Henceforth, the following categories of persons would be eligible for the grant of Resident Certificate:- i) Candidates, who have passed the examination qualifying there for selection in an institution from a school/college in Haryana. ii) Children / Wards (if parents are not living) / Dependents: - (a) of the regular employees of Haryana State posted in or outside Haryana State or working on deputation; (b) of the regular employees of the statutory bodies/corporations established by or under an act of the State of Haryana who are posted in Chandigarh or in Haryana or outside Haryana. (c) of the regular employees of the Government of India posted in Chandigarh or in Haryana in connection with the affairs of the Haryana Government; iii) Children/wards (if parents not living)/dependents of persons who after retirement have permanently settled in Haryana and draw their pensions from the treasuries situated in the State of Haryana. iv) Children/wards (if parents are not living)/dependents of pensioners of Haryana Government irrespective of the fact that the original home of the retiree is in a state other than Haryana or he has settled after retirement in or outside Haryana; v) Children/Wards (if parents are not living)/dependents of persons, who have permanent home in Haryana and include persons who have been residing in Haryana for a period of not less than 15 years or who have 30
  • permanent home in Haryana but on account of their occupation they are living outside Haryana; vi) The wives of such persons who are bonafide residents of Haryana irrespective of the fact that they had belonged to any other State before marriage; vii) Persons who were born in Haryana and produce a certificate to that effect; provided that the parents/guardians (if parents are not living) of persons belonging to any one of the above mentioned categories are: a) Citizen of India; b) Produce an affidavit to the effect that they or their children/wards (if parents are not living)/dependents have not obtained the benefit of Resident in any other State. viii) Children & Wards of the accredited journalists residing at Chandigarh and recognised by Govt. of Haryana. 2. All candidates claiming to be bonafide residents of Haryana should produce a Haryana Resident Certificate signed by the District Magistrate/General Assistant to Deputy Commissioner or Sub-Divisional Officer (Civil) of the District/Sub-Divisions/ Tehsildars of Revenue to which the candidates belong. Resident Certificates in respect of elsewhere or in respect of the Children/Wards/Dependents of Haryana Govt. employees who are posted at Chandigarh, Delhi or elsewhere or in respect of Children /Wards/ Dependents of pensioners of Haryana Govt. or in respect of the Children/Wards/ Department of the employees of the Government of India posted at Chandigarh or in Haryana in connection with the affairs of Haryana Government, or in respect of Children/Wards/Dependents of the employees and retirees of the Statutory Bodies/Corporations of Haryana established by or under an Act of the State of Haryana or a Central Act and located at Chandigarh, Haryana or outside Haryana, should be by their respective Heads of Departments. 3. Candidates seeking admission in educational institutions (including medical and technical institutions) located in Haryana, may not be required to produce Resident Certificate, if they have passed the examination from a school/college situated in Haryana. For this purpose, a certificate of the Principal/Headmaster from concerned institution where the children/wards studied last should be considered sufficient. The Principal/Headmaster of the institution shall be competent to issue such certificate, which should be sufficient. 4. If a candidate is admitted on the basis of claim that he belongs to the State of Haryana but at any subsequent time is discovered that his claim was false, the student shall be removed from the institution, all fees and other dues paid up to the date of such removal shall be confiscated. The Principal/Headmaster may take such other action against the student and 31
  • his/her parents/guardians as he may deem proper in the circumstances of any particular case. Appendix-B LIST OF THE SCHEDULE CASTES IN HARYANA STATE Sr. Name of the Sr. Name of the Sr. Name of the caste Sr. Name of the No. caste No caste No. No. caste 1. Ad Dharmi 2. Balmiki,Churra,Bhan 3. Bangali 4. Brar,Burar,Berar gi 5. Bhatwal 6. Bauria, Bawaria 7. Bazigar 8. Bhanjra 9. Chanal 10. Dagi 11. Darain 12. Daha, Dhaya, Dhea 13. Dhanak 14. Dhogri,Dhangri,Si 15. Dumna, Mahasha, 16. Gagra ggi Doom 17. Gandiala,Gandhil 18. Kabirpanth, Julaha 19. Khatik 20. Kori,Koli , Gondaloa 21. Marija, Marecha 22. Mazhabi, Mazhibi 23. Megh 24. Nat, Badi Sikh 25. Od 26. Pasi 27. Perma 28. Pherera 29. Sanhai 30. Sanhal 31. Sansi, Bhedkut 32. Sansai Manesh 33 Sapela, Sapera 34. Sarera 35. Sikligar, Bariya 36. Sirikiband 37 Chamar 38. Jatia Chamar 39. Rahgar 40. Raigar 41 Ramdasi 42 Balahi 43 Batai 44 Bhatoi 45 Bhambi 46 Chamar-Ravidas 47 Jatav 48 Jatava 49 Mochi 50 Ramdasia LIST OF BACKWARD CLASSES IN HARYANA (BLOK-A) 1. Aheria,Aheir,Heri,Naik, Thori or 2. Barra 3. Beta, Hensi or Hesi Turi, Hari 4. Bargin 5. Barwar 6. Barari, Tamboli 7. Baragi,Bairagi,Swami,Sadh 8. Battora 9. Bharbhunja Bharbuja 10. Bhat, Bhatra, Dapri, Ramiya 11 Bhuhalia Lohar 12. Changar . 13. Chirimar 14. Chang 15 Chimba, Chhipi, . Chimpa Darzi, Rohilla 16. Diaya 17 Dhobis 18. Dakaut 19 Dhimar,Mallah, Kashyap Rajpoot, 20. Dhosali, Dosali 21. Faquir . Kahar Jhinwar, Dhinwar, Khewat, Mehra Nishad Sakka, Bishti, Sheikh- Abbasi 22. Gwaria,Gauria or Gwar 23 Ghirath 24. Chasi, Chasiara or . Ghosi 25. Gorkhas 26. Gawals. Gowala 27 Gadaria, Pal, Bagnel . 28. Garhi –Lohar 29. Harijan, Nai, Naie, 30. Jhangra Brahman, Sain Khati, Suthar, Dhiman, Tarkhan, Barnai, Baddi 31 Joginath, Jogi Nath Jangum Jogi. 32. Kanjar or Kanchan 33. Kurmi . Yogi 34. Kumhars, Prajapati 35 Kamboj 36. Kanghera . 37. Kuchband 38. Labana 39 Lakhera, Manihar, . Kachera 40. Lohar, Panchal 41. Madri 42. Mochi 43 Mirasi 44. Nar 45. Noongar . 46. Nalband 47 Pinja, Penja 48. Rehar, Rehara or Re 32
  • . 49. Raigar 50. Rai Sikh 51 Rechband . 52. Shorgir, Shergir 53. Soi 54. Singrkant, Singrwala 55 Sunar, Zargar, Soni 56. Thathera, Tamera 57. Teli . 58. Vanzara, Banjara 59 Weaver (Jullaha) 60. Badi/ Baddon . 61. Bhattu/Chlattu 62. Mina 63 Rahbari . 64. Charan 65. Charaj (Maha 66. Udasin Brahman) 67 Ramgarhia 68. Rangrez, Lilgar, 69. Dawala, Soni-Dawala, . Nilgar, Lallari Nyaaria 70. Bhar, Rajbhar 71 Nat (Muslim) . At present Raigar, Mochi and Julaha castes find a mention in the list of the both scheduled castes and backward classes and it has been decided that persons belonging to theses castes, who are not covered under the scheduled castes being Non-Hindus or Non-Sikh, can take the benefits under the backward classes only. (BLOCK B) : 1. Ahir/Yadav 2. Gujjar 3. Lodh/Lodha 4. Saini, Shakya 5. Meo 33
  • Appendix-C State-wise list of fake universities declared by the University Grants Commission as on 16.10.2007 Bihar 1. Maithili University/Vishwavidyalaya, Darbhanga, Bihar Delhi 2. Varanaseya Sanskrit Vishwavidyalaya, Varanasi (U.P.) Jagatpuri, Delhi. 3. Commercial University Ltd., Daryaganj, Delhi 4. United Nations Universty, Delhi 5. Vocational University, Delhi 6. ADR-Centric Juridical University, ADR House, 8J, Gopala Tower, 25 Rajendra Place, New Delhi 7. Indian Institute of Science and Engineering, New Delhi Karnataka 8. Badganvi Sarkar World Open University Education Society, Gokak, Belgaum, Karnataka Kerala 9. St. John's University, Kishnattam, Kerala Madhya Pradesh 10.Kesarwani Vidyapith, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh Tamil Nadu 11.Raja Arabic University, Nagpur, Maharashtra 12.D.D.B. Sanskrit University, Putur, Trichi, Tamil Nadu 13.Mahila Gram Vidyapith/Vishwavidyalaya, (Women's University) Prayag, Allahabad Uttar Pradesh 14.Indian Education Council of U.P., Lucknow (U.P.) 15.Gandhi Hindi Vidyapith, Prayag, Allahabad (U.P.) 16.National University of Electro Complex Homeopathy, Kanpur (U.P.) 17.Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose University (Open University), Achaltal, Aligarh, U.P. 18.Uttar Pradesh Vishwavidyalaya, Kosi Kalan, Mathura (U.P.) 19.Maharana Partap Shiksha Niketan Vishwavidyalaya, Pratapgarh (U.P.) 20.Gurukul Vishwavidyalaya, Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh 21.Indraprastha Shiksha Prishad, Institutional Area, Khoda, Makanpur, Noida Phase-II, U.P. Examinations of the following Boards not recognized for the purpose of higher studies: 1. All the examinations of All India Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi. 2. Uttar Madhyama & Purva Madhyama of MDU Rohtak (Gurukul Jhajjar Scheme) 3. Intermediate of the Central Board of Higher Education, New Delhi 4. All the examinations of Board of Adult Education and Training/Board Shiksha Santhan, New Delhi. 5. Any Diploma/Exams. of Prachin Kala Kendra, Chandigarh Note: 1. The matter of recognition of degrees like B.Ed./M.Ed. etc. awarded by the Bhartiya Siksha Prishad, Luknow and also its recognition is still subjudice 2. Before finalizing the admissions the updated list of recognized examinations of Board of School Education, Haryana, Bhiwani/Other boards is/are also required to be consulted. 34
  • Annexure-I CHARACTER CERTIFICATE Name of the Department/College.............................. Session………………….Certified that Mr./Miss/ Mrs…………… son/daughter of Shri………………………………has been a bonafide student of this Department/College during the period………………………………………………He/She appeared in the ………………………………… ……….Examination of the University/Board held in ………………………………. under Rolll No…………………and *passed obtaining………….........marks out of ………………..marks or *failed/ *placed under compartment in the subject of ………………………….. 1. Academic Distinction, if any…………......…………………. 2. Co-curricular activities, if any……………......……………... 3. Brief particulars of disciplinary action by College/Department/University (including punishments such as expulsion, warning, fined for violation of College/Department/Hostel rules, UMC/Disqualification etc., if any……………… ……………… 4. General Conduct during stay in the Institution: Good/Satisfactory/ Unsatisfactory. Dated:…………… Signature of the Principal/ Chairperson of the Deptt. (with office seal) ____________________________________________________ *Strike out whichever is not applicable. 35
  • Annexure-II SCHEDULED CASTE CERTIFICATE Certified that Mr./Ms.__________________________ son/daughter of Shri____________________________________ resident of (complete address)____________________________ ________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________belongs to______________caste, which has been Notified as Scheduled Caste by the Haryana Government. This certificate is being issued to him/her on the basis of verification by Naib Tehsildar/ Secretary, Municipal Committee ________________. No.___________ Dated ________ Sub-Divisional Officer (C) Place ________ (with legible seal) Annexure –III BACKWARD CLASS CERTIFICATE (BLOCK ‘A’ OR ‘B’) Certified Mr./Ms.______________________________son/daugher of Shri_______________________________________resident of (complete address) _____________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ __________________________________belongs to ______________caste, which has been notified as Backward Class by the Haryana Government and is placed in Block ______ (mention Block ‘A’ or ‘B’). Further certified that he/she is not covered in Creamy Layer (Ref. letter No.1170-SW(1) Dated 7.6.1995 and no. 22/22/2004-3GS-III dated 22.1.2009. This certificate is being issued to him/her on the basis of verification by Naib Tehsildar/ Secretary, Municipal Committee ________ No._____________ Sub-Divisional Officer(C) Date____________ (with legible seal) Place ___________ 36
  • Annexure-IV AFFIDAVIT (By the Parents of the Backward Class Category Candidates) I_______________________Father/Mother of___________ Resident of _____________________________________seeking admission to ______________ course in Haryana do hereby solemnly affirm & declare that I belong to__________________________________________caste which is included in the list of Backward Classes Block ‘A’/‘B’ approved by the Haryana Govt. I further declare and affirm that I and my wife/husband are not covered under the criteria fixed by Haryana Govt. vide letter No.1170-SW(1)-95 dated 7.6.1995 and No. 22/22/2004-3GS-III dated 22.1.2009 for excluding socially advanced persons/sections(Creamy Layer) from Backward Classes. I further undertake that in case the information contained in the above para is found false at any stage, the Competent Authority will be entitled to cancel the admission. DEPONENT Dated:……………….. Place:………………... VERIFICATION Verified that the above statement is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief and nothing has been concealed therein. DEPONENT The affidavit should be of the month of May, 2009 or later. 37
  • Annexure-V MEDICAL CERTIFICATE FOR PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED OFFICE OF THE CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER,____________ No._____________________ Dated __________________ Certified that Sh./ Km./Smt ________________son/daughter/wife of Sh. _______________ resident of ____________________ District __________________________ appeared before the Medical Board for medical check up. On his/her Medical Examination, it is found that the nature of handicap/ disability is______________% and (as applicable), is as under: 1.Blind or Low vision___________________________________ 2.Hearing impairment__________________________ .Locomotor disability/ cerebral palsy________________ Thus the candidate is physically handicapped as per standard norms of Haryana. (Signature of the Applicant) Chief Medical Officer Dated : ____________ __________, Haryana Place : ____________ (Seal of the above authority) *The handicap disability should not be less then 40% and should not interfere with the requirement of professional career such as Engineering / Architecture / Technician etc. 38
  • Annexure-VI CERTIFICATE TO BE FURNISHED BY CHILDREN/GRAND CHILDREN OF FREEDOM FIGHTER Certified that Mr./Ms. _______________________son/daughter of Shri ___________________________ resident of (Complete address)____________________________________________ Freedom fighter of Haryana (Identity No. ______________) is father/grandfather of Mr./Ms.______________________of village/ Town _______________________ Police Station __________ Tehsil __________ District____________________ No. :________________ Dated:______________ Deputy Commissioner of concerned Place: ______________ District of Haryana (Office Stamp) Annexure-VII CERTIFICATE FOR THE EX-SERVICEMEN OF INDIAN DEFENCE SERVICES/PARA-MILITARY FORCES Certified that Number _______________Rank_____________ Name __________________________________________ son of Sh.__________________________________________ Father of ________________________ Resident of Village___________ Post Office __________________Tehsil ________________ Distt. _____________ belonging to the State of Haryana, as per his/her service record at the time of entry into service, had served in the Army /Air Force/ Navy/________________ (Name of the Para-Military Force) from ____________to______________ and subsequently discharged/retired from the service on ___________ as per his/her service record. At the time of entry into service the home address given is ________________________________ (Distt. ________________) Haryana. Signature Place_________________ Officer Commanding/ Competent Authority Date _______________ (with Official Seal) 39
  • Courses at a glance Eligibility, Seats and Fee structure Sr.No. COURSE ELIGIBILITY SEATS ANNUAL FEE 1. B.A. Mass Communication Senior Secondary 25 Rs. 25,000/- with any combination with 50% marks 2. B. Tech. Printing, Graphics and Senior Secondary 30 Rs. 35,000/- Packaging with Mathematics, Chemistry & Physics with 50% marks 3. Five year integrated course in Senior Secondary 20 Rs. 35,000/- Graphics, Animation and with any combination Gaming with 50% marks 4. Five year integrated course in Senior Secondary 20 Rs. 35,000/- Multi Media with any combination with 50% marks 5. M.Sc. Mass Communication Bachelor in any 30 Rs. 25,000/- discipline with 50% marks 6. M.Sc. Electronic Media Bachelor in any 20 Rs. 40,000/- discipline with 50% marks 7. M.Sc. Music, Media and Bachelor in any 20 Rs. 35,000/- Electronics discipline 50% marks 8. M.A. Mass Communication Bachelor in any 30 as per university discipline with 50% Hand Book marks Information 9. P.G. Diploma Graphics & Bachelor in any 25 Rs. 25,000/- Animation discipline with 50% marks 10. M.Phil. Journalism and Mass Post Graduation in 15 As per Communication Mass Communication university with 55% marks handbook of information 11. Ph.D. Journalism and Mass As per university - As per Communication handbook of university information handbook of information Note: The eligibility condition for SC/ST candidates for the courses from Sr. no. 1 to 9 except Sr. No. 2 is minimum pass marks in the qualifying examinations. 40
  • ADMISSION SCHEDULE Last date for the receipt of application: July 10, 2009 Entrance Test Schedule Course Category Date Time A- Under Graduate Courses 1. B.A. Mass Communication 15.07.2009 11 a.m. -1:00 p.m. 2. Five Year integrated course in -do- -do- Graphics, Animation & Gaming 3. Five Year integrated course in Multi Media -do- -do- B- Post Graduate Courses 4. M.Sc. Mass Communication 16.7.2009 11 a.m. -1:00 p.m. 5. M.Sc. Electronic Media -do- -do- 6. M.Sc. Music, Media and Electronics -do- -do- 7. M.A. Mass Communication -do- -do- C- P.G. Diploma Course 8. P.G. Diploma: Graphics and Animation 17.07.2009 11 a.m. -1:00 p.m. 9. Result of all the entrance tests will be declared on 20 July, 2009 and will be notified on the notice board of the Institute. It will also be placed on university website www.kukinfo.com. 10. First counselling- 23 July, 2009. 11. Second Counselling- 30 July, 2009 12. Third Counselling, if required, to be announced later on. 13. The candidate will file a single application form for all the courses falling in a category. Therefore, there will be a single application for under graduate courses (Sr. 1 to 3), a single application for post graduate courses (Sr. 4 to 7) and a separate application for P.G. Diploma course (Sr. 8). 14. There will be a common entrance test for all the courses falling under a category. Therefore, a common enterance test will be held for under graduate courses (Sr. No. 1 to 3), a common entrance test for P.G. courses (Sr. No. 4 to 7) and a separate entrance test for P.G. Diploma course (Sr. No. 8) 15. Options for admission to a particular UG/PG/Diploma course will have to be given by the candidate in writing to the admission committee at the time of counselling. 41
  • 16. Admission in B.Tech. (Printing, Graphics & Packaging) will be made on the basis of AIEEE score by the Haryana State Counselling Society, Panchkula. For more information in this regard please contact www.techeduhry.nic.in 17. Saperate application forms and schedule will be available for admission in M.Phil and Ph.D. courses as per university handbook of information. 18. Classes will start from 3rd August, 2009. 42
  • INSTITUTE OF MASS COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA TECHNOLOGY KURUKSHETRA UNIVERSITY, KURUKSHETRA Admit Card for Entrance Test 2009-10 (to be filled by the candidate at the time of submission of application) Course category _____________________ (UG/PG/Diploma course) Name of the Candidate_________________________ Father's Name_______________________________ Affix PP size Attested Photograph ...................................... Signature of the candidate Venue of the test Centre: (to be filled by the office) Teaching Block of the Directorate of Roll No._____________ Distance Education, Kurukshetra University, Date of Test_________ Kurukshetra Time: 11:00 a.m. Signature of the official IMC&MT Director IMC&MT Instructions: 1. Bring this card to the examination centre. You will not be admitted to the centre without admit card. 2. Write accurately and legibly your Roll No. as given on this card on your answer sheets. 3. Report to the examination centre at least half an hour before the commencement of the exam. 4. The question paper will be in the form of multiple choice objective type questions. OMR sheet will be provided to mark the answers with HB pencil/Black Pen. 5. This Admit Card is provisional subject to your fulfilling the prescribed eligiblity conditions. 6. Keep this Admit card with you and bring at the time of counselling. 43