About the University of Pune
"The University stands for humanism and tolerance, for reason, for adventure of ideas and for the search of truth. It stands for the forward march of the human race towards even higher objectives. If the universities discharge their duties adequately then it is well with the nation and the people."
- Jawaharlal Nehru
The University of Pune (formerly known as University of Poona) was under the Poona University Act, by the Bombay Legislature on 10th February 1948. The same year, Dr. MR Jayakar inauguration of the first rector of the university.
Shri BGKher, Chief Minister and Minister of Education, Govt. of Bombay, is a great interest in addition to a beautiful campus for the University. As a result of his efforts, extending over a 411 hectare campus moved to the University in spring of 1950.
The beginning of the university is to expand the power of over 12 districts of western Maharashtra. However, the establishment of the Shivaji University, Kolhapur, in 1964, the jurisdiction of the university is in 5 districts, namely. Pune, Ahmednagar, Nasik, Jalgaon and Dħul. For both these districts, namely. Dħul Jalgaon and later in North Maharashtra University in August 1990.
During the year 1949, there were only 18 colleges affiliated to the University, with a registration of over 8,000 students. Thereafter, the number of colleges increased, and in 1994-95, the University had 41 post-graduate departamentong, 209 affiliated colleges and 118 recognized research institutions, through a declaration of 1,70,000 students for study under-and post-graduate degree courses in various faculties. The research institutions of the University are institutions of national importance, such as National chemical Laboratory (NCL), MACS, CWPRS, NIV, Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics, Deccan College among others.
For him to start, the progress of the University of Pune is inextricably linked to the efforts of a distinguished list of Vice-Chancellor.
10th February, 1949.
Total area of the campus
Dr. M.R. Jayakar.
Shri. Somanahalli Mallaiah
Dr. Narendra Jadhav
Dr. D. D. Deshmukh
Number of Academic Departments
Number of Colleges affiliated
Colleges only for Girls
Recognized Research Institutes
Teachers in the University Departments
Books & journals in the Pune University Jayakar Library
4,22000 approx. (Includes books, periodicals and other material)
About the Vice-Chancellor
Dr. Narendra Jadhav,
Rector of the University of Pune
Career Overview of
Dr. Narendra Jadhav is a well known economist, speaker, and a social worker. He joined the Reserve Bank of the Philippines in 1977, served in various capacities and is currently Head of the Department of Economic Analysis & Policy. He worked as a consultant to the Executive Director of the IMF during 1998-2002 and also signed a contract for the Independent Evaluation Office of IMF. Dr. Jadhav was in the past as an adviser to governor of Central Bank of Ethiopia and visited several countries on various missions. He has a large number of committees. He is a member of the Secretary of the Committee to review the work of IGIDR (Chairman: Dr. IGPatel).
Dr. Jadhav has several scholastic awards and professional differences to his credit. He holds a Ph.D. economic borders of Indiana University, USA, where he won the Best International Student Award and the award for outstanding contribution to economic theory from Indiana University, USA. His research interests include monetary economics, public finance, international economics and econometrics. He was awarded the Maharashtra Sahitya Parishad Award for his book "Dr. Ambedkar: Economic Thoughts and Philosophy." His latest novel, "outcast - the life and success untouchable family in the Philippines" is French and is published in English. Dr. Jadhav's Marathi novel 'Amcha Baap Aani Amhi "was nominated for the Sahitya Academy Award and a 52-part TV-series is currently not the same. His books on the topic of" Economics for the money the Philippines', Macmillan, 1994 and his edited book for the challenge of Indian Banking: Competition, Globalization and Financial markets ", Macmillan, 1996, lectures on popular topics.
A sentence of Lord prime Minister
"During the life of Dr. BR Ambedkar, or even the life of our beloved former Rashtrapathi, Dr. KRNarayanan, the life story of Dr Jadhav is a story of change, of heroism, about the progress of hope.. ... I appeal to all the political leaders and social reformers to read the autobiography of Dr Jadhav and his treatise on "Re-emerging in the Philippines." We have the right lessons from them. Narendra's autobiography must shape our the social and political standpoint it. education is our policy. His book about the Indian economy is our thinking on economic policy. "Excerpts from the speech of prime Minister of India, Dr. Manmohan Singh to release seven books by Dr. Narendra Jadhav, Nov. 16.2005, New Delhi.
Research and OTHER PROFESSIONAL Experience
• adviser Mr Montek Singh Ahluwalia, Director, Independent Evaluation Office, the International monetary Fund (IMF), Washington, DC, USA. November 2001 to March 2002. Prepared a detailed study on poverty Reduction Strategy (PRS) of the International monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank (the co-ordinate the work of leading NGOs with a global presence.
• Advisor to the Executive Director (India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Bhutan) International monetary Fund (IMF), Washington, DC, USA. January 1998 to October 2001. As an advisor to the Director, served on the IMF board, which continues to make. The identification of issues for the constituency imporatant (India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Bhutan) and the increase in the IMF Executive Board for good solutions, which represent the official position on the proposals made to IMF for deliberations Board and keep the government of the Philippines and the Reserve Bank of the Philippines on strategic issues in international financial markets, the situation in national interest.
• Director and consultant for various divisions of the Department of Economic Analysis and Policy (DEAP), Reserve Bank of the Philippines from September 1993 to December 1996.
• Secretary to the Central Board of Directors of the Reserve Bank of the Philippines from October 1992 to September 1993.
• Coordinated various activities relating to the operations of Central Board of Directors of the Reserve Bank of India.
• the Reserve Bank of the Philippines as a Research Officer in the Department of Economic Analysis and Policy, as well as in various positions, including Deputy Director from October 1977 to October 1992, and Press Relations Officer ( PRO) of the Reserve Bank of the Philippines (October 1991 - June 1992).
• served State Bank of the Philippines as Official GR and first-hand experience with commercial banks in rural areas from September 1974 to September 1977.
or Ph.D. in Economics, University of Indiana, USA 1984.
or MA in Economics, University of Bombay, India, the 1975.
or B. SC on Statistics (main) economy (subsidiary), University of Bombay, India, the 1973.
or as an external examiner for a thesis on "Issue prizefighting Policy Transmission in India" by a student from the Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Banglore (2004).
or Member of the Executive Board of the National Institute of Public Finance and Policy (NIPFP), New Delhi (April 2004).
o Member of Board of Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics, Pune (from June 2003).
or Member of the Academic Advisory Council, Gitam Institute of Technology and Managenment, Visakhapatnam (March 2003).
or Member of the jury JNTata Foundation for higher education of Indian students, Singapore (from 2003).
or Chairman, Editorial Committee, Reserve Bank of the Philippines occasional papers (July 2002).
o Member of Editorial Committee, Reserve Bank of the Philippines Bulletin (from May 1996 - December 1997 and since March 2002).
Member Secretary or the Sub-Committee of the Central Board (from the Reserve Bank of the Philippines) for work, the details of the proposed organization's Board of Financial management, (March 1993).
or member of Secretariat of the Committee (Chairman: Dr. IGPatel) to review the work of the Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research (IGIDR), (March 1993).
or Associated Editor, Reserve Bank of the Philippines occasional papers (from 1988 to June 1991)
SCHOOL equipment honors
or "Suryadatta Award" Award for excellence in the Banking and Finance (2005).
or "Maharashtra Ratna" award for all-round contribution (2004).
or "CDDeshmukh Award" by the Maharashtra Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Manila, for their contribution to economic welfare (1997).
or "FIE Foundation National Award for his contribution to Indian Culture (1997).
or "Mukadam Award" for the book "Aamcha Baap Aani Amhi" (1996).
or "Asmita Darsha price for the book" Dr. Ambedkar: Economic Thoughts and Philosophy (1994).
or 'Maharashtra Sahitya Parishad Award for the book "Dr. Ambedkar: Economic Thoughts and Philosophy (1993).
or "Award for outstanding contributions to economic theory for Ph.D dissertation, Indiana University, USA (1986).
or "Best International Student Award", Indiana University, USA (1983).
or "National Scholar in Economics, Ministry of Education and Culture, Government of the Philippines (1981-86).
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or "Well-known speakers and social workers, with several social organizations, including the coveted Vishwakosh Nirmiti Marathi Mandal (Encyclopedia Committee), the Government of Maharashtra and Kusumagraja Pratishthan.
or "anchored, and some discussions on All-India Radio, Radio France, National Public Radio (USA), Doordarshan, STAR TV, BBC (UK) and ABC (U.S.).
or "interview with TIME (October 1997) and National Geographic magazine in the" caste system in the Philippines "(March 2004).
About External Authorization
Registration and licensing of external candidates at the University of Pune
A large number of prospective students may not be regular courses at universities or departments of University of Pune, either due to lack of funds or the availability of time to attend full-time courses or because they are in remote locations away from the university. Some of these are either at work or Housewives elderly or people who do not have regular courses.
University of Pune in recent decades, these for students through their external program that allows them to apply for certain courses, self-learning the prescribed syllabi and directly appear for the tests for graduate or post-graduate degree in specific disciplines.
Under this program the University of Pune awards degrees such as BA and B. com. and post-graduate courses such as MA, M. com, M.Sc. (Mathematics), M.A. (Mathematics), L.L.M. Class, and improving specific investigations. This option is used by students about 50,000 annually.
Problems of the old process
Until the academic year 2003, the registration and processing of the aapruba is the traditional method and medium paper printing and communication technologies by the post office. In many cases, prospective candidates will travel to Pune and visit the University campus or delayed in the mail and, occasionally, the loss of documents in transit. All this with a lot of time and unwanted cost burden among them discomfort and inconvenience.
In many cases, the information and rules and regulations forms and prospectus can not be clearly interpreted by applicants, particularly for understanding the standard eligibility and ATKT the necessary documents, forms, selection subject, as per the University Act, fee structure, due dates, test methods, etc.
The printed information about general and to be wider than something which is specific for a particular candidate in their specific context. Instead of reading this huge amount of general information that the candidates have needs assistance to maintain his registration fprmalities. All this requires face-to-face interactions of a large number of candidates with a limited staff of the Department for External Relations of the University of Pune. This led to significant delays and inconvenience for the candidate next to an inadvertent impact on management.
To expedite the candidate at the University of Pune distributes the same process and the available services and 9 universities in the year 2002. However, the limitations of traditional system implementation and help the candidate should not be at the desired level.
New Internet-based process
After a careful evaluation of the current system and past experience, it decided to completely reengineer traditional methods in the general interest of candidates by using advances in Web technology. The main purpose is to evaluate candidates by reducing their costs and avoid delays and inconvenience. University of Pune is the work of the design, development and introduction of this system in Maharashtra Knowledge Corporation Limited (MKCL).
From the academic year 2003, the entire process of registration and accreditation of external candidates is a website on the Internet, so the candidates can now from anywhere, anytime. The application form can be filled either from any Internet cafe or a home computer connected to the Internet. The candidate must not make a trip to Pune or physically come to interact with management of universities. The candidate may, under the "Apply Online" process within 15 minutes with the help of a computer literate person.
The website specifically for this purpose includes all information and rules about the courses, including the curriculum, requirements, fee structure, date, etc. However, the software on this website for completing application form on the Internet is designed so that the candidate is a step-by-step process to guide and fill out the form below. The next piece of information requested by him on the basis of on-line processing of his previous entries, and the interpretation and application of different rules to his specific case.
Thus, the candidate gets a feeling that such application is a custom for him or for him individually. Because it is also for a large number of candidates, the application process is generally through a faceless mass to a personal service to real needs of applicants. This is the method of transfer is determined by the external part of a role of education to find a new role of facilitator education.
Call Center and IVRS facility
Additionally, the candidate is facilitated by a call center. You can use the Broker phone line Marathi or Hindi or English and their problems solved so that the registration and processing of the aapruba can be completed smoothly.
Facilitating Student Center
MKCL has proposed setting up a student center facilitation tehsils of Pune, Nasik and Ahmednagar districts and all other headquarters of the district. Candidates may counseling, personalized help desk, computer and Internet facilities to provide adequate support for the center of it, so they have a problem with electronic form filling process.
Post-added application services
Applicants may at any time the status of their case or amend the information directly to the site and immediately receive by e-mail (in addition to printed communication sent by post) the identification the forms, certificates and documents by post, demand draft charges and pictures; eligibility status; discrepancy report (if any), the test schedule, messages and reminders, status checks the SMS; printed Registration Card and verification occurred Card, etc.
For more information
Mail us on: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact us on telephone numbers
IVRS facility on : +91-20-25664179 and +91-20-25664180