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About m s g2003

  1. 1. Presented By Bhadja D. A.
  2. 2. The M S University Vadodara Education from Kinder Garten to Doctorate… More than 35,000 Students on single campus...Around 250 Research Projects at any time... Campus spread over 257 acres of land…
  3. 3. He was the first Indian Ruler to introduce, in 1906, compulsory and free primary education in his State, placing his territory far in advance of contemporary British India.
  4. 4. He attended the Delhi Durbars of 1877, 1903,1911. It was at the 1911 Delhi Durbar that Sir Sayajirao did not bow to the KingEmperor and this was considered disrespect to the throne by the British who almost derecognized him and he almost lost histhrone. Sayajirao was often in conflict with the British on matters of principle and governance, having continuous andlongstanding verbal and written disputes with the British Residents.
  5. 5. RailwaysIt was during his reign that a large narrow gauge railway network was set up in Baroda State which even to this day is the largest narrow gauge railway network in the world with Dabhoi at its focal point. Sayajirao envisioned a water supply scheme for Baroda in 1892 at Ajwa which would supply drinking water to the people of Baroda by gravity. To this day a large portion of Vadodara City gets its drinking water from this source.
  6. 6. Parks & UniversitiesThe large public park originally called Kamati Baug and now called Sayaji Baug were his gift to the City of Baroda. On the occasion of his Diamond Jubilee of accession to the throne, he set apart large funds out of his personal as well as the state funds for setting up a University in Baroda for the benefit of students from the rural areas of his state...... a task which was ultimately completed by his grandson Sir Pratapsinghrao Gaekwad who founded the Maharaja Sayajirao University and settled the trust as desired by his grandfather. This Trust known as Sir Sayajirao Diamond Jubilee and Memorial Trust exists today also and caters to the educational and other needs of the people of the former state of Baroda.
  7. 7. • Dr. Jackson - Principal of the Baroda College thought for Science Institute at Baroda1908 • first Commission was appointed1909 • Prof. Widgery and Mrs. Strong - the educational policy of the State was again1916 reviewed. • Shri S.V.Mukerjea, prepared a minute of recommendations and in his note he definitely advocated the establishment of a University at Baroda • Prof. Widgery and Shri N. K. Dixit - The Committee drew up an elaborate report in favor1919 of civic University at Baroda • Prof. P. Sheshadri of the Benares Hindu University was requested to lay out a scheme for a University at Baroda • Prof. Widgery also submitted a scheme for a State University on the lines of the smaller German Universities
  8. 8. During this period , Her HighnessShrimant Maharani Chimnabai Saheb, the Maharani Gaekwad of Baroda, offered a princely donation for running a Womens University at Baroda. But as Sir Manubhai Mehta, the then Dewan of Baroda, pointedout in one of his speeches, “the time was not ripe then for idea to germinate.”
  9. 9. • the Setalvad Committee recommended the idea of regional Universities in the Province of Bombay1925 • The committee recommended that a University for only one region out of 4 i.e. Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka and Sind. Maharashtra was approved. • Dr. M.R.Jaykar and Prof. K.T. Shah two of the members of the Committee, had appended notes of dissent stating that Gujarat could definitely be considered ripe for a separate University. This led to a movement for a separate university for Gujarat. • Just about the time when the cry for the establishment of separate regional Universities was raised, the celebration of the golden jubilee of the His Highness the late Maharaja Sir Sayajirao Gaekwad were afoot in the Baroda State • This resulted in the appointment of the Baroda University Commission on the 24th September, 1926, with Prof. A.G. Widgery as Chairman
  10. 10. More about the commission
  11. 11. The Objective of the UniversityThe Government of Baroda and its people had for a long time desired to have a separate University of their own. The affiliation of all the institutions of higher education to a University situated far away was not conductive to the development of new courses of instruction suited to the needs of the region. It acted, on the contrary, as an obstacle. The main object of establishing the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda was, therefore, to provide a distinct type of University-a teaching and residential University which should have complete freedom in all academic matters and would be free to institute new branches
  12. 12. Structure of the UniversityHis Highness the Maharaja of Baroda is the Chancellor of the University. The Vice-Chancellor is the principal executive and academic officer of the University and is to be assisted in his work by Pro-Vice Chancellor or a Rector. The Senate is the supreme governing body and authority of the University and the Syndicate, its executive authority. Among the other authorities of the University is the council of Post-graduate Studies and Research which has to deal with all matters relating to instruction, training and research in the various subjects taught in the University. The other authorities of the University are the Faculties and the Boards of Studies there under, which are principally responsible for making recommendations in the matter of the course of studies, textbooks and generally on academic matters.
  13. 13. Structure of the University• The Act deals with the residence of the students and lays down that all students of the University should reside in the hostels of the University or under conditions laid down by the relevent Ordinances. Provision has also been made in the Act for the establishment of a Board of Extra-mural Studies, a studnets Welfare Board, a Publications Board and such other Boards as may be prescribed by the Statutes. Besides the usual Faculties of Arts, Science, Commerce, Medicine, Technology(including Engineering), Law and Agrigulture, the University is autherised to institute new Faculties of Education and Psychology, Home Science, Fine Arts and Social Work.
  14. 14. Structure of the University• All courses offered by the University have English as the medium of instruction. However, the courses for specialization in Indian Languages have the the respective language as the medium of instruction. For Example, Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) with Gujarati / Hindi / Marathi / Sanskrit etc. is taught in the respective language.
  15. 15. MSUSONG
  16. 16. …In 21st century…
  17. 17. A Faculty Of Arts Faculty Of ScienceC Faculty Of Education And Psychology Faculty Of CommerceA Faculty Of Medicine Faculty Of Technology And EngineeringD Faculty Of Law Faculty Of Fine ArtsE Faculty Of Family And Community Sciences Faculty Of Social WorkM Faculty Of Performing Arts Faculty Of Management StudiesI Faculty Of Journalism & Communication Sanskrit MahavidyalayaC Polytechnic M K Amin Arts Science And Commerce CollegeS
  18. 18. Institutions/ Centers Chetan Balwadi Experimental School Continuing/Adult Education Center M K Amin Arts Science & Commerce College AICS Training Center Oriental Institute Gujarat State Eligibility Test(Gujarat SET)Microbiology Department & Biotechnology Center
  19. 19. C – DoctoralO – M.Phil.U – Masters – P.G.DiplomaR – BachelorsS – DiplomaE – CertificateS
  20. 20. Central Facilities– Health Center– Computer Center– University Press– Guest House– Halls of Residence– Department of Physical Education– General Education Center– MSU Union– National Cadet Corps(N.C.C.)– National Service Scheme(N.S.S.)
  21. 21. 250 RESEARCH PROJECTS BIGGER LIBRARY SYSTEMEXTENSIVE PUBLICATION WING
  22. 22. Research Funding Agency University Grant Commission A.I.C.T.E. I.C.M.R. D.S.T. D.B.T. C.S.I.R. I.C.S.S.R. UNICEF UNFPA W.H.O.
  23. 23. In short…• With cost-effective fees structure…• With better boarding facilities…• Biggest and historical + splendor infrastructure…Campus spread over 257 acres of land The M S University is the land of nurturing the best possible education to the youngsters of all over the world.
  24. 24. Students Power, Nations Power
  25. 25. • The ABVP was started soon after independence with the objective of channelising students’ energies in the task of national reconstruction by a group of students and teachers who drew their inspiration from the RSS, the premier nationalist organisation of the country.• Its growth process was slow and sporadic in the first few years but it picked up after Prof. Yeshwantrao Kelkar, a lecturer in Bombay, became its main organiser in 1958. He was its real architect and builder.• The uniqueness of the Parishad lies in the fact that it has emerged as a stable organisation of floating population of students. Perhaps no social organisation has its members changing so quickly and regularly as the ABVP has.
  26. 26. • The thoughts and ideals of the ABVP on educational change can prove as valuable assets for any educational ministry or department. Be it the issue of terrorism in Kashmir or of infiltration of foreigners into Assam and border states, or the issue of reservation and Mandal recommendations or the gigantic task of integrating north-eastern citizens with those of the other parts of the country or the problem of unemployment and economic reconstruction of the country or the fight against social inequalities or the calamity of earthquake in Marathwada, the ABVP has never been found wanting both on the plains of thinking and action.
  27. 27. …And…THE PANCHJANYA
  28. 28. With missionTo empower the self conscious activities
  29. 29. With vision• To be the most powerful + effective media team• Dedicated leadership qualities• Nation oriented strategies• .• .• .
  30. 30. Urvi Jansari You get the best possible opportunity to apply your + our all force in this direction…Many many many congratulations fro all of us to you…
  31. 31. The vice president• The vice president can be the effective role to develop and plan out the world class strategies to make the M S University world renowned.• We will plan out as per your instructions to various panchjanya members, either individually or in general.
  32. 32. For this…we need• Extensive reading & discussion of our sacred books, Vedic scriptures, literature of Swadhyay• Effective sharing time to time (use net as much as possible, at least twice a week, if possible daily mail check on panchjanya and personal id)• higher thinking and big thinking
  33. 33. GOD BLESS US Dharmesh Bhadja With Kaushal Joshi The panchjanya members
  34. 34. …References…• Website of M S University or Baroda http://www.msubaroda.ac.in/msubearers.php• Website of ABVP http://www.abvp.org/
  35. 35. The Commission for establishment of M S University• The Commission submitted in 1927 a comprehensive report making out a strong case for the immediate establishment of a University at Baroda. The principal recommendation of the that Commission were :• A separate University at Baroda called "Shri Sayajirao University of Baroda" be established.• The University should be of Unitary and residential type with facilities for affiliation of college outside the city.• The first two years of colleges were proposed to be reformed and constituted into a Preparatory College for Men and Preparatory College for Women.• The first two years of the University should be reorganised into Faculties of – Arts – Science – Technology and Agriculture and – Economics, Commerce amd Administration.• Besides the Faculties, the University should have – Institute for Oriental Studies – Institute for Gujarati Studies – School of Fine Arts – School of Nursing and – School of Domestic Science.
  36. 36. The Commission• Emphasis was placed on the study of Technology and Science and on post- graduate teaching and research.• Two years pass and honours degree courses with provision for instituting special groups within the alternative honours courses and keeping the pass inferior to the honours courses.• Medium of instruction should be the vernacular upto the school leaving examination in all subjects except English, and English a the preparatory courses with latitude to teachers to use the vernacular.• Provision was to be made for extension courses, library movement as a university extension movement, compulsory medical examination and compulsory choice of forms of exercises.• Provision of health service and a special ward in the local Hospital for the members of the University.• Construction of new building for the Students Union and Residential Halls for Students.• Circumstances, however, did not permit the establishment of a separate University in 1927, but the growth of the university idea continued unabated. Several institutions for higher education were added during the two decades that followed. The University Committee of 1947
  37. 37. The Commission• In 1947, His Highness Maharaja Sir Pratapsinh Gaekwad pursued the idea and appointed a Committee under the Chairmanship of Shri K.M.Munshi with the following members to consider the question of a University at Baroda and offer Partial suggestions for its early establishment :-• Sir R.P. Masani• Dr. R.B. Chandrachud• Dr. J.M. Mehta• Principal S.B. Junnarkar• Dr. K.N.Kulshreshtha• Dr. C.S.Patel• Shri R.S. Kanungo• Principal V.K.Gokak• Dr. M.D. Avasare
  38. 38. The Commission• The committee submitted its report to the government of Baroda towards the end of the year 1948. the main recommendations of the Committee were :• Baroda was well-equipped to be a university centre.• The Baroda University should be primarily a teaching and residential University with an affiliating side to accommodate mofussil colleges.• The tutorial system should be instituted at least at the post graduate stage to begin with.• English should be medium of instruction for the next five years. Both the regional and the national languages should be taught compulsorily to the students during this period.Later on teaachers should be given the option to teach either in English or in the national language or the regional language, Students having liberty to answer the question-paper in the regional language.
  39. 39. The Commission• Secondary education should provide for all types of courses and be complete in itself. The first two years spent in colleges may well form part of the secondary course. The School Leaving Examination should be instituted by Government after an eight years course in secondary schools.• The University should retain full freedom in academic matters.• All the existing higher Educational institutions including the Central Library, the Oriental Institute and Kalabhavan should be taken over by the University.• Government should give a block grant of Rs. 25 Lakhs annually o the University for the first five years.• The Government of Baroda considered the above Report of the Committee and in their Order No. (R) 169-39, dated , the 21st February, 1949(Appendix A) decided to establish a Residential University for Baroda and affiliating to its external side the Colleges at Visnagar, Petlad and Navsari which were situated in the State Baroda. A bill for the establishment of the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda was later introduced in the Baroda State Legislature restricting, however, the jurisdiction of the University to the area within a radius of ten miles of its office and it was passed by the Legislative Assembly on the 26th April , 1949. The bill received the assent of His Highness Maharaja Sir Pratapsinh Gaekwad on 29th April, 1949, and the Maharaja Sayajirao Univerity of Baroda Act, No. XVII of 1949, was published in the Baroda State Gazette on the 30th April, 1949. Back to main page

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