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OBJECTIVE OF THE SCHEME


To provide to the students residing in Delhi an opportunity for Higher Education.

NEED AND JUSTIFICATION OF THE SCHEME

The number of colleges in Delhi is less and all the students who want to take higher studies are not getting admission because very few seats are available in the existing colleges. As such, it became necessary to open new colleges to cater the need for higher education. At present, there are 28 Delhi Government sponsored colleges, 16 of which are being funded by UGC and Delhi Government on sharing basis and the remaining 12 colleges are being funded by Delhi Government on 100% basis. The entire expenditure of following 12 colleges is being borne by Delhi Government: -



  1. Indira Gandhi Institute of Physical Education and Sports Sciences, Vikas Puri.

  2. Sukhdev College of Business Studies, Jhilmil Colony.

  3. Rajguru College of Applied Sciences for Women, Jhilmil Colony.

  4. Deen Dayal Upadyaya College, Karampura..

  5. B.R. Ambedkar College, Main Wazirabad Road, Yamuna Vihar

  6. Acharya Narendra Dev College, Govind Puri

  7. Bhagini Nivedita College, Kair, Najafgarh

  8. Keshav Mahavidyalaya, Keshavpuram

  9. Maharaja Aggarsen College, Mayur Vihar

  10. Aditi Mahavidyalaya, Bawana

  11. Maharishi Balmiki College of Education, Shakarpur

  12. Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Sciences,Dwarka

PROGRAMME CONTENTS

This scheme envisages the opening of new degree colleges and to run the existing colleges and to acquire land and to construct building. Since the University of Delhi was not very enthusiastic of opening of new colleges and also was not very willing to allow such colleges to be opened either by the Government of NCT of Delhi or private agencies, the Govt. of NCTD had no alternative but to establish its own University. Hence, an affiliating and teaching University, namely, GGS IP University was established for affiliating the colleges/institutions to be opened by Govt. of NCTD and private agencies.



PHYSICAL AND FINANCIAL TARGET



  1. Physical achievements during 10th FYP upto 2004-05

  1. B.R. Ambedkar College is functioning in newly constructed building at Wazirabad Road, Yamuna Vihar.

  2. Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Sciences at Dwaraka has been shifted to newly constructed building.

  3. Swami Shraddhanand College is under construction.

  4. IGPESS- Land has been acquired for building at Sector-3 & Sector 16, Rohini. Preparation of estimates for building is under process.

  5. DDU College-Land has been acquired for building at Sector-3,Dwarka.

  6. Shaheed Rajguru College of Applied Sciences for Women- Land has been allotted at Dallupura, East Delhi. Preparation of estimates for building is under process.

  7. Keshav Mahavidyalaya- Pitampura. Boundary wall constructed. The building is under construction.

  8. Maharaja Agrasen College- Preparation of estimate of building is under process.

  9. DIHRM – Land has been allotted at Sector 5, Rohini.

2. GRANT- IN- AID TO HOUSE BUILDING ADVANCE TO THE EMPLOYEES OF FULLY FUNDED COLLEGES OF DELHI GOVERNMENT .

This scheme has been dropped.



3. ESTABLISHMENT OF AFFILIATING UNIVERSITY(GGSIP UNIVERSITY (Approved outlay for 10th Plan 2002-2007, Rs.12340 Lakhs.) (Outlay for Annual Plan-2005-2065 Rs.1504 Lakhs)

In 1997 Delhi had four Universities viz. The Delhi University, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Jamia Millia Islamia University and Indira Gandhi Open University. All of them are the Central Universities. Delhi University, the only affiliating University, however had reached the point of saturation and was not in a position to either open a college on its own or affiliate colleges opened by either the Government of Delhi to private organization. In this scenario, under increasing pressure from the student community as well as the public at large for provision of facilities of higher education, particularly in the field of professional education the Delhi Government was left with no alternative but to establish a University in Delhi in order to promote general, professional and technical education. In any case, the population of Delhi has grown more than three times since establishment of Delhi University and therefore setting up another university was a necessary long over due. The Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University established by the Govt. of NCT of Delhi in the year 1998 by an Act of Legislature.

The other important consideration was that due to resource constraints and other considerations, it was high time that private initiative be promoted and encouraged in field of higher education share the burden of the Government. Such participation and involvement of the private sector has been in existence in the field of school education for decades. Only the field of higher education was left untouched by this phenomenon. It was, therefore, felt that the Government must encourage this trend as long as the prime motive behind opening such institutions is not the profit making. In other words, these institutions funded by endowments and fees. An essential requirement for affiliating these institutions was the establishment of a university which has no come into being in the form of Indraprastha Vishwavidyalaya.

The University, in fulfillment of its role of affiliation & promotion of private participation in the field of higher education, affiliated 68 self financing institutions and nine Govt. managed institutions with the University in the diverse areas of Engg/Technology, management, computer applications, mass communications, B.Ed. Physiotherapy, Homeopathy, Heritage and conservation management & LLD (Hons.) This included Mahila Institute of Technology, the first institution conducting Engg. Programme exclusively for women, & five privately managed Engineering Colleges.

Eighty five percent of seats in the institution located in NCT of Delhi were reserved for Delhi students, thereby providing much needed opportunities to the students of Delhi and relief to parents, as the students were no longer required to go to far flung States like Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra & Tamil Nadu for admission in professional programmes. A total intake capacity of about 9000 seats in different disciplines was created.

The University, in its role of acting as a nucleus for dissemination of knowledge and act as a facilitator, introduced following new programmes of studies in its campus.



(a) INTEGRATED PROGRAMMES:-

Programmes Duration Intake

(i) M.Tech. in Information 4+1½ years 40

Technology (Integrated)

(ii) M.Tech. in Chemical 4+1½ years 30

Technology (Integrated)

(iii) M.Tech. in Biotechnology 4+1½ years 30

(Integrated)

(b) POST GRADUATE PROGRAMMES

Programmes Duration Intake

(i) Master of Business Administration 2 years 30

(E-Commerce)

(ii) Master of Business Administration 2 years 30

(International Marketing)

(iii) Master of Business Administration 2 years 30

(Computer Aided Management)

(iv) Master of Software Engineering 3 years 30

(v) Master of Environment Management 2 years 30

(c) The University has introduced with effect from academic session 2001-2002, five year integrated law programme leading to LLB (Hons.) degree which will in addition to providing quality legal education also inculcate in the prospective lawyers a spirit of service to the nation and society.

Delhi Cabinet has already decided that Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University will have two campuses one in Trans-Yamuna and the other in West Delhi 50-54 acroes of the land in Dwarka in West Delhi and about 19.11 acres of land in Suraj Mal Vihar in Trans-Yamuna area have already been made available to the University for these campuses. An architectural competition has also been completed for the Master Planning & designing of the new campus at Dwarka in West Delhi. For construction of its West and East campuses at Dwarka and Suraj Mal Vihar, the University has prepared a memorandum for SFC at an estimated cost of Rs.105 crore which is under submission for approval.

Under the capital works funds will be required to meet the expenditure on development of the land, construction of boundary wall/barbed wire fencing (if necessary), construction of University building and payment of Architect fee etc. An outlays of Rs. 1504 Lakhs is approved for this scheme in Annual Plan 2005-06 which includes Rs. 1294 Lakhs under capital head.



4 SETTING UP OF CORPUS FUND OF GURU GOBIND SINGH INDRAPRASTHA UNIVERSITY (Approved outlay for 10th Five Year Plan Rs.675 Lakhs )
Objectives:-
As per the National Education Policy of the Govt. of India and the recent emphasis on reduction of subsidies in the Higher Education, it has become essential that the University should become financially self reliant to the possible extent phases.
The objective of the scheme is thus to make the Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University self financing to meet the recurring expends in a period of 5 years.
Methodology proposed to be adopted
The University as a part of its day-to-day functioning earns or likely to earn revenue from the following sources :-

  1. Income from Tuition fees

  2. Income from fees other than Tuition fee

  3. Income from sale of affiliation forms

  4. Processing fee for affiliation

  5. Affiliation fee for new institutes/fee for continuation of affiliation.

  6. Sale of application forms/examination fees for entrance test.

  7. Sale of recruitment forms for staff recruited.

  8. Other miscellaneous receipts such as sale of tender forms, publication, etc.

  9. Resources raised in due course of time through research, patent rights, R&D publication, Royalty consultancy services, projects endowment funds, contributions from alumni and resident Indian professional/executive development programmes etc.

The University is making expenditure or likely to make expenditure on the following sub-heads:-

Non-recurring


  1. Land & building and its maintenance.

  2. Procurement of equipment, machinery and tools for laboratories and workshops.

  3. Procurement of office equipments.

  4. Procurement of office and lab furniture.

  5. Procurement of books, technical journals/magazines.


Recurring


  1. Salary of teaching and non-teaching staff

  2. Other expenses which includes:

i) Procurement of raw material and consumables for the laboratories and workshop, maintenance of equipments.

    1. Other expenses which includes:

    2. Telephone charges, p.o.i.

    3. Payment of professional services

    4. Advertisement, rent and taxes

    5. Scholarship & Stipend

    6. Examination charges

    7. Postage and stationary

    8. Other miscellaneous expenses

A pattern of assistance has been prepared and got approved by Finance Department for release of Delhi Government’s contribution.


5. STRENGTHENING OF DIRECTORATE OF HIGHER EDUCATION

(Approved outlay for 10th Five Year Plan 2002-2007 Rs.200 Lakhs) (outlay for Annual Plan 2005-06 Rs.60 Lakhs)

OBJECTIVE OF THE SCHEME

This Directorate is to be responsible to carry out following objectives: -



  1. Preparing comprehensive policy for Higher Education for next 5 years.

  2. Workout financial assistance pattern for colleges.

  3. Opening of New Degree Colleges in various localities of Delhi.

  4. To give direction for proper utilization of funds.

  5. Release Grant in Aid according to the needs of colleges.

  6. After utilization of grants, to ensure that the accounts of the colleges are audited by the Examiner, Local Funds Accounts (ELFA), Dte. of Audit.

  7. Acquisition of proper sites for opening of various colleges.

  8. Grant of No Objection Certificate to the educational institutes requires affiliation from GGS IP University.

NEED AND JUSTIFICATION FOR THE SCHEME

    • Opening New Degree Colleges and University for imparting Higher Education to younger citizens of Delhi.

    • Monitoring of the functioning of the colleges/Indraprastha Vishwavidyalaya.

    • To provide better and more employment opportunities for the younger generation by emphasizing vocational education at degree level.

PROGRAMME CONTENT

    • Opening of New College.

    • Monitoring of the Release of grant to the colleges.

    • Introduction of vocational subjects in higher education

    • All the matters pertaining to higher education.

a) Presently the working strength of the Directorate of Higher Education is as follows: -

S.No.__Name_of_the_Post__Pay_Scale__No._of_Posts'>S.No.

Name of the Post

Pay Scale

No. of Posts




1.

Director

15100-18100

1

Against vacant post

2.

Dy.Director

10000-15200

1

-do-

3.

A.D.(Planning)

8000-13500

1

Diverted capacity

4.

Admn. Officer

6500-10500

1

Against vacant post

5.

Jr.A.O.

5500-9000

1

Against vacant post

6.

Head Clerk

5000-8000

2

-do-

7.

Gr.III Steno

4000-6000

1

Diverted Capacity

8.

Statistical Asstt.

5000-8000

3

-do-

9.

U.D.C.

4000-6000

4

Diverted capacity

10.

L.D.C.

3050-4590

3

2 on diverted capacity

11.

Driver

4000-6000

2

Diverted Capacity

12.

Peon

2550-3200

3

1 on diverted capacity-

The following additional posts are also proposed for the smooth and efficient functioning of the Directorate of Higher Education (during 10th F.Y.P./Annual Plan 2005-06) :

S.No.

Name of the Posts

Pay Scale Rs.

No. of Posts

1.

Assistant Director

8000-13500

1

2.

Accounts Officer

7500-12000

1

3.

Superintendent

6500-10500

4

4.

Asstt. Grade-II

5000-8000

4

5.

Junior Engineer (Civil)

5000-8000

1

6.

Statistical Assistant

5000-8000

1

7.

U.D.C.

4000-6000

7

8.

Statistical Investigator

4000-6000

2

9.

Stenographer

4000-6000

3

10.

L.D.C.

3050-4590

10

11.

Data Entry Operator

Grade ‘A’ (for computer)



3050-4590

2

12.

Driver

3050-4590

2

13.

Despatch Rider

3050-4590

1

14.

Gestener Operator

2650-4000

1

15.

Peon

2550-3200

7

16.

Chowkidar

2550-3200

4

17.

Sweeper-cum-Farash

2550-3200

3

18.

Mali

2550-3200

1







Total

55

An outlay of Rs. 60 Lac is approved for this scheme in Annual Plan 2005-06.

6. GIA FOR CONSTRUCTRION OF HOSTEL FOR COLLEGE GOING GIRL STUDENTS IN DELHI (Approved outlay for10thplan 2002-07 Rs.500 lakhs outlay for annual plan2005-06 Rs. 80 lakhs)

In the last 30 years or so, the number of women colleges in Delhi has gone up from five to seventeen, not including the college of nursing and the college of applied sciences. Correspondingly the number of college going girls have also gone up from 8000 to around more than one lakh which includes those enrolled in evening classes as well.

The five prominent girls colleges namely Miranda House, Lady Shri Ram College, I.P. College, Lady Irwin College and Daulat Ram College all have hostel facilities. With the increase in enrollment, these facilities proved to be totally inadequate. The demand for hostel in these five colleges has been increased manifolds i.e at least 5 to 6 times against the available existing hostel facilities . In the other girls colleges, no hostel facility is provided, leaving the bulk of the out-of-town girl students to make their own residential arrangements.
In order to cater to the demand for accommodation for out-of-town girls, landlords and property dealers near the campuses have started letting out rooms at exorbitant rate in the hostel. In these premises the girls are victims of several kind of exploitation. Besides the lack of space, privacy, hygienic food, there is also lack of security for the girls students.
The Delhi Commission for Women (DWC) conducted a study of the residential facilities available to out-of-town girl students of Delhi University and made several recommendations regarding provision of hostels for girl students. The statistics and finding of the study conducted by the DWC clearly reveal that there is an acute shortage of accommodations for girl students in Delhi and immediate steps have to be initiated to solve the problem.

In view of above, the following proposals are made :-

(A) To provide 100% GIA to women colleges 100% funded by Delhi Government for construction of girls hostels depending on the availability of land, with them.

(B) To provide 50% GIA to women college 5% funded by Delhi Government for construction of girls hostel depending on the availability of land, with them.


  1. To provide 25% GIA to Delhi University Colleges and Trust Colleges for women, which are not funded by Delhi Government, for construction of additional rooms in the hostels for girl students in the existing hostel facilities available with the colleges subject to maximum of Rs. 50 Lakhs

  2. Estimates of the construction works may be got vetted by a Govt. Agency like PWD.

  3. Subsequent income from the Hostels constructed with the grant of Govt. of Delhi shall be shared between college & the Govt. On the same ratio of GIA after deducting running & maintenance expenses of the Hostel.

  4. Girl Hostels constructed by one college may also admit girl students of other women colleges.

An outlay of Rs. 80 Lac is approved for this scheme in Annual Plan 2005-06.

7. SETTING UP OF DELHI INSTITUTE OF HERITAGE RESEARCH AND MANAGEMENT ( Approved outlay for 10th Five year Plan 2002-07 Rs. 525 Lakhs and outlay for Annual Plan Rs. 100 Lakhs 2005-06)

Introductory remarks:

The Delhi Institute of Heritage Research & Management has been established as an autonomous educational institute with the following aims and objectives :-



  1. To undertake research projects in archaeology and history, including explorations and excavations, of ancient sites and monuments in which, Delhi very rich, and the study of documents in state archives.

  2. To encourage and also help technically and financially, the institutions and individual to undertake research projects in different branches of archaeology and different aspects of Indian history.

  3. To impart training in heritage management.

  4. To support financially research and training centres dealing with comprehensive documentation and reference service on archaeological, palaeo-environmental conservation and historical research.

  5. To prepare and maintain a national register of those engaged in research work in theoretical and practical archaeology as well as history and related fields of study such as political thought and philosophy.

  6. To promote publication of archaeological and historical research of high standard and to undertake publication of occasional papers, journals and popular literature concerning such research.

  7. To advise the Govt. of NCT of Delhi on all matters pertaining to heritage management, archaeology and history.

Academic courses.

i) Post-Graduate Diploma in Conservation, Preservation & Heritage Management.

Beside the P.G. Diploma in Conservation, Preservation and Heritage Management run by the Institute, it also succeeded in getting affiliation from Indraprastha University to conduct following two Masters courses:


  1. Master in Archaeology and Heritage Management.

  2. Master in Conservation, Preservation and Heritage Management.

B. The Institute has started several Research Projects which are listed as

follows:


I. Four Major Research Projects.

All these research projects are multi-disciplinary and multi-faceted in which a large number of staff members are participating as a team.

The major projects are as listed below:-


  1. Listing and documentation of ancient sites, monuments, buildings and other structures in the area falling within the new urbanisable limits of Delhi as per the Master Plan for Delhi-2021 in particular, and National Capital Region in general.

  2. Integrated Management Plan for Mehrauli Archaeological Area.

  3. Integrated Management Plan for Red Fort.

  4. Archaeological Investigations from Meerut to Khair along river Hindon, including section scrapping and trial trenching.

II. Seven Minor Research Projects.

- These are being undertaken by faculty members, either individually or with participation of one or more colleagues.

The seven minor projects are as listed below:


  1. The monuments of the Sultanate period – an analysis of building material.

  2. Scientific study of NBPW and its bearing on cultural environment.

  3. Tourism in Delhi: Assessment and proposal for improvement.

  4. Conservation strategy for gardens of Mughal, Dellhi.

  5. Shahjahanabad : A Study.

  6. Updating the Conservation Manual

  7. Sacred sites of Uttar Pradesh.



  1. The Institute is already in touch with many leading Institutes/Foundations/ Organizations for National and International Collaboration. Some of these are International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property (ICCROM) Italy, International Council for Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) & International Council of Museums (ICOM) United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), University of York (U.K), Getty Conservation Lab (U.S.A.), Italian Institute of African and Oriental Studies (IsAO).

Our Collaborative programme with the European Union Archaeologist on the multi-million Dollars project entitled “Rethinking the Archaeological Profession: Strategies for the Preservation of Historical Heritage of India” is in its final stages. The details of which are being worked out.

These collaborative exchange programmes will include teaching, training, and research for, both, teachers and students.



  1. The Institute has been able to obtain books on donation from Prof. S.P. Verma, of Aligarh Muslim University, Prof. B.B. Lal, formerly Director General of ASI, and Prof. Makhan Lal, Director, DIHRM and Mrs. Sima Yadav, Lecturer, DIHRM. We are in touch with several scholars for the donation of books to the library and hope that the library shall benefit from future donations.



  1. Research Activities

Besides the continuing researches on the various research topics reported in last year’s annual meeting conducted by the individual teachers, during the year under consideration, following major research activities projects were taken and completed by the Institute.

1. Galib’s Haveli (for Govt. of NCT Delhi) - Status Report

2. Ghalib’s Haveli (for Govt. of NCT Delh - Conservation Report.

3. Kalkaji Temple (for Govt. of NCT Delhi) - Integrated Development

and report

4. Lal Qila (for Govt. of NCT Delhi) - Status Report.

5. Report to Hon’ble Lt.Governor of NCT - Status Report on the

of Delhi monument in Katwaria Sarai

6. Report to Hon’ble Lt.Governor of - Status Report Qutub

NCT of Delhi Complex

7. Working paper on Tughlakabad fort. - Integrated development plan by Delhi Development Authority.

A major research project on the documentation of “Delhi’s Heritage” is being carried out by the Institute. The details are placed at Agenda Item 7.



F. Training to Students

The students were given training both in lab and in field. The students were taken for study trip to the various monuments and museums of Delhi for imparting at site study of Art, Architecture, Iconography, problems and remedies of conservation & preservation of monuments, at sites like, Ghalib’s Haveli, Laharuwali Haveli, Safdarjang Madarsa, Lodhi Tombs, Hauz Rani, Haus Khas group of monuments, Qutab Complex, Kalkaji Temple, Tughlakabad fort, National Museum, National History Museum, Modern Art Gallery.

The students were also taken for study tour to Kajuraho, Sanchi, Bhojpur, Bhimketka, Ellora, Ajanta, Bibi-ka-Makbara etc. Students of the Institute actively participated in two days International Seminar held at Agra organized by Confederation of Indian Industries. The student and staff of the Institute were not required to pay the Registration fee of Rs.3000/- each which was charged from each participating delegates.

An outlay of Rs.100 Lac is approved for this scheme in Annual Plan 2005-06.



8. AWARDS FOR MERITORIOUS STUDENTS STUDYING IN GOVERNMENT COLLEGES (Approved outlay for 10 th plan 2002-2007 Rs. 10.00 Lakhs) outlay for annual plan 2005-06 Rs.2.00 Lakhs)

OBJECTIVE

The objective of this scheme is to institute an award for meritorious students pursuing general stream education in Government colleges with a view to encouraging the spirit to excel, and recognizing the merit.



JUSTIFICATION

It has been observed that there are various scholarships instituted for students pursuing technical and professional courses but there is no such scheme where students pursuing general stream education are given the incentives. Therefore, it is appropriate that Awards be instituted for meritorious students pursuing general stream education. This will serve as a motivation to intelligent and serious students and would boost their morale.

All the three general streams i.e. Science, Commerce, and Arts, in a three years Degree Course have two segments viz. Honours and General Pass. There would be as many number of students topping in each of this streams. The topper in each of the three streams for each year will be given a Cash Award of Rs 5000/- each. Thus the total expenditure likely to be incurred will be Rs.5000X3X6=Rs 90,000/- per annum. Hence provision of initial outlay Rs 10 Lacs has been made during 10th plan and

Rs 2,00,000/- for the financial year 2005-06. The amount will be given in the form of GIA to the Colleges concerned.



9. SPECIAL COACHING FACILITIES FOR C.E.T. FOR MEDICAL AND ENGINEERING COURSES TO DESERVING STUDENTS (outlay for 10th Five Year Plan Rs.50.00 Lakhs & Proposed outlay for Annual Plan 2005-06 Rs.10.00 Lakhs )

Objective

The objective is to provide specialized coaching for Combined Entrance Test for Medical, Engineering, Architecture and Law courses to needy and deserving students studying in Government schools.



Justification

The Combined Entrance Test for Medical, Engineering, Architecture and Law Courses conducted by various Universities is highly competitive nature. Students of Govt. schools desirous of pursuing these courses, often do not make it due to lack of guidance in this regard. Private Coaching Institutes charge exorbitant fee, which majority of these students cannot afford.

A component within 10th Plan be created to impart specialized Coaching facilities for these courses during vacation for needy and deserving students studying in Government schools and wishing to pursue these professional courses. It is planned that initially these courses will be conducted with the help of the GGS IP University. However, the expenditure in conducting these courses will be borne by this Directorate, which will be given to the University in form of GIA. Norms and modalities of coaching shall be worked out in consultation with GGS IP University.

An outlay of Rs.10 Lac is approved for this scheme in Annual Plan 2005-06.



10. INTRODUCTION OF NEW COURSES IN GOVERNMENT COLLEGES

(Approved Outlay for 10th Five Year Plan Rs.500 Lakhs. outlay for Annual Plan 2005-65 Rs. 40 Lakhs.)



OBJECTIVE

The objective of this scheme is to introduce new courses in thrust areas and environment related fields.





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