Vinoba Bhave University

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Vinoba Bhave University
Motto Jeewanam Satya Sodhanam
Established 1992
Type Public
Chancellor Syed Ahmad
Location Hazaribagh, India
Campus Urban
Former names Ranchi University
Vice chancellor Gurdeep Singh
Affiliations UGC
Website [1]

The Vinoba Bhave University is located at Hazaribagh, India and is funded by Government of India. The university came into existence on 17 September 1992[1] after the bifurcation of Ranchi University as a teaching-cum-affiliating university. Being among one of the premier universities of Jharkhand, it offers high standards of teaching and research. The university offers courses at the undergraduate and post-graduate levels.

The Governor of Jharkhand is the chancellor of Vinoba Bhave University. The university has a distinguished alumni body and faculty. This university is also a member of Association of Commonwealth Universities, London. The UGC, New Delhi recognized the university and registered it under section 12B of the UGC Act 1956.

Colleges under the university[edit]

  1. St. Columba's College
  2. Annada College, Hazaribag
  3. Birsa Institute of Technology (B.I.T), Sindri, Dhanbad
  4. Government Engineering College Ramgarh
  5. P.M.C.H., Dhanbad
  6. B.S. City College, Bokaro
  7. Markham College of Commerce
  8. Sri Sri Lakshmi Narayan Trust Mahila Mahavidyalaya (S.S.L.N.T.M. College), Dhanbad
  9. Sindri College, Sindri
  10. Government Sanskrit College, Ranchi
  11. Government Teacher’s Training College
  12. J.N.M. Sanskrit College, Chai
  13. D.S. Ayurvedic College RNC
  14. Balanand Sanskrit College, Deoghar
  15. B.S.K. College, Maithon
  16. Chatra College, Chatra
  17. J.J. College Jhumritelaya
  18. K.B. College Bermo
  19. R.S.P College, Jharia
  20. P. K. Roy Memorial College, Dhanbad
  21. Chas College, Chas
  22. University college of Engineering And Technology (U. C. E. T.), HAZARIBAG
  23. R.P.S Degree College,Madanpur,Chandrapura,Bokaro

23 R S More Collecge Govindpur, Dhanbad

Non-constituent colleges[edit]

  1. Al-lqra Teachers’ Training College, Govindpur
  2. Annada College, Hazaribag
  3. B.S.S. Mahila College, Dhanbad
  4. B.D.A College, Picheri
  5. B.B.M. College, Baliapur
  6. Bhadrakali College, Itkhori
  7. B.B. Amina Women’s College, Bokaro
  8. Baghmara College, Baghmara
  9. Bokaro Mahila College, Bokaro
  10. C.N. College, Ramgarh
  11. Chas Mahila College, Chas
  12. Coalfild College, Bhaga
  13. D.A.V. Mahila College, Katrasgarh
  14. Gurunanak College, Dhanbad
  15. G.D. Bagaria T.T. College, Giridih
  16. Homoeopathic College, Jamshedpur
  17. Imamul Hai Khan Law College, Bokaro
  18. J.M. College, Bhurkunda
  19. J.S.M. College, Phusro
  20. Jharkhand College, Dumri
  21. Jharkhand Law College, Kodarma
  22. Jubilee College
  23. K.S.G.M. College, Nirsha
  24. Kalu Ram Modi College, Giridih
  25. Karnapura College, Barkagaon
  26. Langata Baba College, Mirjaganj
  27. Law College, Dhanbad
  28. Mahuda College, Mahuda
  29. Mihijam Homoeopathic College, Mihijam
  30. P.M.C.H. College, Dhanbad
  31. P.N.M. College, Gomoh
  32. P.T.P.S. College, Patratu
  33. R.L.S.Y. College, Koderma
  34. R.N.M. College, Huntergunj
  35. R.N.Y.M. College, Barhi
  36. R.V.S. Colleg, Chas
  37. Rajganj Degree College, Rajganj
  38. Ram Govind Industrial Science and Technology College, Koderma
  39. S.H.M.S. College, Kumardhubi
  40. Sanskrit Hindi Viddyapeeth, Jharkhandham, Giridih
  41. Sanskrit Upshastri Mahavidalaya, Daltonganj
  42. Singhbhum Homoeopathic College and Hospital
  43. Suriya College, Suriya
  44. Suriyamukhi Dinesh Ayurvedic College, Ranchi
  45. Swami Sahja Nand College, Chas
  46. Tenughat College, Tenughat
  47. Vaidya Nath Kamal Kumari Sanskrit College, Deoghar
  48. Vananchal College, Tandwa
  49. Visthapit College, Balidih

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