Kumaun University

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Kumaun University
Kumaun University logo.png
Established1 December 1973
ChancellorLt. Gen (Retd.) Gurmit Singh
Vice-ChancellorNK Joshi[1]

Kumaun University is a state university[2] headquartered in Nainital, Uttarakhand, India. Kumaun University consists of three main campuses at Almora, Nainital and Bhimtal and 49 affiliated government colleges with largest college of kumaun MBGov.PG college Haldwani, as well as numerous affiliated private institutions.

In 2017, it hosted the first Kautik Student Film Festival.[3][4]


The university has three campuses, DSB Campus Nainital, and KU campus Bhimtal.One largest college of kumaun MBGov.PG college Haldwani.


The teaching and research activities are being carried out in both the residential campuses and affiliated colleges of the university.

  • Faculties of Science
  • Faculties of Commerce & Management
  • Faculties of Arts
  • Faculties of Education
  • Faculties of Law
  • Faculties of Medicine
  • Faculties of Technology and Visual Arts
  • Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences

UGC-Academic Staff College[edit]

The UGC-Academic Staff College, Kumaun University, Nainital was sanctioned by the UGC, New Delhi on 10 October 2006 and started its first orientation programme on 12 February 2007. In addition to conducting orientation programmes and refresher courses, the UGC-ASC undertakes a number of extension activities.

UGC-ASC Nainital conducted short-term courses (2–6 days) for the senior faculty and professional development programme for non-teaching staff.[5]


  1. ^ "Kumaun University gets new V-C | Dehradun News - Times of India".
  2. ^ "Universities in India (statewise)". fctworld.org.
  3. ^ "Kautik Student Film FestivalKautik Student Film Festival - Cinematic Illusions". cinematicillusions.com. Retrieved 2 June 2017.
  4. ^ "Student Film Festival Start at Nainital 15860212". jagran.com. Retrieved 2 June 2017.
  5. ^ "UGC-HRDC Nainital | UGC-Academic Staff College homepage". ascnainital.org. Retrieved 2 June 2017.

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Coordinates: 29°23′29″N 79°26′46″E / 29.3914°N 79.4460°E / 29.3914; 79.4460