Vinoba Bhave University

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Vinoba Bhave University
Former names
Ranchi University
Motto Jeewanam Satya Sodhanam
Type Public
Established 1992
Chancellor Ashish Singh
Location Hazaribagh, India
Campus Urban
Vice chancellor Gurdeep Singh
Affiliations UGC
Website vbu.ac.in

The Vinoba Bhave University is located at Hazaribagh, India, and is funded by the 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. The university offers courses at the undergraduate and post-graduate levels.

The Governor of Jharkhand is the chancellor of Vinoba Bhave University. The university is a member of the Association of Commonwealth Universities, London. The UGC, New Delhi recognized the university and registered it under section 12B of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956.[2]

Colleges under the university[edit]

  • St. Columba's College
  • Annada College, Hazaribag
  • Birsa Institute of Technology (B.I.T), Sindri, Dhanbad
  • Ramgarh Engineering College, Ramgarh
  • P.M.C.H., Dhanbad
  • B.S. City College, Bokaro
  • Markham College of Commerce
  • Sri Sri Lakshmi Narayan Trust Mahila Mahavidyalaya (S.S.L.N.T.M. College), Dhanbad
  • Sindri College, Sindri
  • Government Sanskrit College, Ranchi
  • Government Teacher’s Training College
  • J.N.M. Sanskrit College, Chai
  • D.S. Ayurvedic College RNC
  • Balanand Sanskrit College, Deoghar
  • B.S.K. College, Maithon
  • Chatra College, Chatra
  • J.J. College Jhumritelaya
  • K.B. College Bermo
  • R.S.P College, Jharia
  • P. K. Roy Memorial College, Dhanbad
  • Chas College, Chas
  • University college of Engineering And Technology (U. C. E. T.), HAZARIBAG
  • R.P.S Degree College,Madanpur,Chandrapura,Bokaro
  • R S More College Govindpur,Dhanbad
  • Guru Gobind Singh Educational Societys Technical Campus, Chas

Non-constituent colleges[edit]

  • Al-lqra Teachers’ Training College, Govindpur
  • Annada College, Hazaribag
  • B.S.S. Mahila College, Dhanbad
  • B.D.A College, Pichhri
  • B.B.M. College, Baliapur
  • Bhadrakali College, Itkhori
  • B.B. Amina Women’s College, Bokaro
  • Baghmara College, Baghmara
  • Bokaro Mahila College, Bokaro
  • C.N. College, Ramgarh
  • Chas Mahila College, Chas
  • Coalfild College, Bhaga
  • D.A.V. Mahila College, Katrasgarh
  • Gurunanak College, Dhanbad
  • G.D. Bagaria T.T. College, Giridih
  • Homoeopathic College, Jamshedpur
  • Imamul Hai Khan Law College, Bokaro
  • J.M. College, Bhurkunda
  • J.S.M. College, Phusro
  • Jharkhand College, Dumri
  • Jharkhand Law College, Kodarma
  • Jubilee College, Bhurkunda
  • K.S.G.M. College, Nirsha
  • Kalu Ram Modi College, Giridih
  • Karnapura College, Barkagaon
  • Langata Baba College, Mirjaganj
  • Law College, Dhanbad
  • Mahuda College, Mahuda
  • Mihijam Homoeopathic College, Mihijam
  • P.M.C.H. College, Dhanbad
  • P.N.M. College, Gomoh
  • P.T.P.S. College, Patratu
  • R.L.S.Y. College, Koderma
  • R.N.M. College, Hunterganj
  • R.N.Y.M. College, Barhi
  • R.V.S. Colleg, Chas
  • Rajganj Degree College, Rajganj
  • Ram Govind Industrial Science and Technology College, Koderma
  • S.H.M.S. College, Kumardhubi
  • Sanskrit Hindi Vidyapeeth, Jharkhand, Giridih
  • Sanskrit Up Shastri Mahavidyalaya, Daltonganj
  • Singhbhum Homoeopathic College and Hospital
  • Surya College, Suriya
  • Surya Mukhi Dinesh Ayurved College, Ranchi
  • Swami Sahja Nand College, Chas
  • Tenughat College, Tenughat
  • Vaidya Nath Kamal Kumari Sanskrit College, Deoghar
  • Vananchal College, Tandwa
  • Visthapit College, Balidih

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Establishment
  2. ^ "UGC Act-1956" (PDF). mhrd.gov.in/. Secretary, University Grants Commission. Retrieved 1 February 2016.