Sido Kanhu Murmu University

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Sido Kanhu Murmu University, Dumka, Jharkhand, India
सिदो-कान्हू मुर्मू विश्वविद्यालय, दुमका, झारखण्ड, भारत.
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Former names
Siddhu Kanhu University
Motto नीर क्षीरविवेकिनी विधा
Motto in English
Ability to separate milk from water
Type Public
Established 1992
Chancellor Syed Ahmed
Vice-Chancellor Dr Ahsan Qamar
Location Dumka, Jharkhand, India
Campus Urban
Affiliations UGC
Website skmu.org.in

Sido Kanhu Murmu University (formerly known as Siddhu Kanhu University) is a public university situated in the indigenous peoples dominated area of Santhal Parganas region of Jharkhand state in eastern India. It has its headquarters at Dumka, the second capital of Jharkhand.

History[edit]

Sido Kanhu Murmu University (SKMU) was founded as Siddhu Kanhu University on 10 January 1992 by an Act of Bihar Legislative Assembly.[1][2] It was carved out from Bhagalpur University now known as Tilka Manjhi Bhagalpur University.

The university was renamed as Sido Kanhu Murmu University (SKMU) on 6 May 2003 by an amendment made in the section 3(1) of the Jharkhand State Universities Act 2000 (Amendment).[3]

The university was recognized by and affiliated to the Association of Indian Universities on 6 May 1993.[4] It was granted recognition under Section 12 (B) of the UGC Act, 1956[5] in May 2006.

Colleges[edit]

List of affiliated Colleges[edit]

This university comprises 15 affiliated colleges, which are:

Dr. J. M. College, Jasidih Deoghar 1979 Sri Bal Krishna Dubey
A. N. College, Dumka Dumka 1979 Rajesh Kr. Singh
M.G. college, Ranishwar Dumka 1984 Raish khan
St. Xavier's College, Dumka Dumka 2011 Rev. Dr. S.Stephen Raj S.J
Shikaripar College, Shikaripara Dumka 1982 Aftabuddin Gulam
Mahila College, Godda Godda 1983 Smt. Kiran Chowdhary
M. A. Kalam Azad Degree college, Basantrai Godda
S.B.S.S.P.S.J. College, Pathargama Godda 1980 Virendra Kr. Singh
Bhagwat Jha Azad College, Kundahit Jamtara Dinesh Rai
Degree College, Nala Jamtara 1988 Gunmay Das
Jamtara Sandhya Mahila College, Jamtara Jamtara 1982 Mohan Mandal
J. J. S. College, Mihijam Jamtara 1983 Niranjan Prasad
B.L.N.L. Bohra College, Rajmahal Sahebganj H. S. Singh
B S A Mahila College, Barharwa Sahebganj 1996 A. P. Dubey
Shibu Soren Janjatiya Degree College, Borio Sahebganj

List of constituent colleges[edit]

This university comprises 13 constituent colleges, which are:

College District Established Principal
A. S. College, Deoghar Deoghar 1970 Gaurav Ganguly
Deoghar College, Deoghar Deoghar 1951 Sitaram Singh
R. D. Bajla Mahila College, Deoghar Deoghar 1970 Neerja Dubey
Madhupur College, Madhupur Deoghar 1970 Dr.N. C. Jha
S. P. College, Dumka Dumka 1955 Dr.Surendra Jha
S. P. Mahila College, Dumka Dumka 1974 Renuka Nath
Godda College, Godda Godda 1955 G. K. Thakur
Millat College, Parsa Godda 1986 Ashfaque Ahmed
Jamtara College, Jamtara Jamtara 1969 Dr. Renu Verma
K. K. M. College, Pakur Pakur 1966 Chandrashekhar Jha
B. S. K. College, Barharwa Sahibganj 1982 Raghunandan Ram
Sahibganj College, Sahibganj Sahibganj 1953 Dr. Sikandar Pd. Yadav
S. R. T. College, Dhamri Sahibganj 1964 Abhay Kant Tiwary

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bihar Gazette (Ext. Ord.) dated 5 March 1992
  2. ^ Bihar Universities (Amendment) Act 1991 Bihar Act, 1992
  3. ^ Notification No. LG - 16/2002 - 15/Leg. dated 06.05.2003 published in the Jharkhand Gazette (Ext. Ordinary Edn.)
  4. ^ letter no. Meet/67 - AM/93/20588 dated 06.05.1993
  5. ^ "UGC Act-1956" (PDF). mhrd.gov.in/. Secretary, University Grants Commission. Retrieved 1 February 2016. 

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 24°16′46″N 87°15′47″E / 24.27932°N 87.26303°E / 24.27932; 87.26303