छात्र गतिविधि केंद्र
OBJECTIVETo channelize the energy and the talent of the Youth towards creative directions.To make the youths aware and proud of our Indian cultural heritage.To take initiative for personality development and nurture youth leadership through academic cultural and adventurous programme.To make the students innovative, skillful and perfect by organizing co-curricular activities for holistic development of the students.To promote excellence by recognizing the achievements through awards and scholarshipsFUNCTIONS OF DSW OFFICEYouth FestivalsCamps and CoursesLeadership & Skill Development ProgrammesYouth Centre for Skill Development for Defence ServicesCreation of Funds for Students’ WelfareScholarship and Awards – Support for Needy StudentsSocial and Outreach ProgrammesSports/Wellness ProgrammesFilm ClubInduction ProgrammeNational Cadet CorpsNational Service SchemeZero Budget Natural FarmingM.D.U. Students’ UnionHIGHLIGHTSOrganized 21st National Youth Festival-2017Students’ Activity Centre housing various facilities.Nurture Art & Culture among Students.Rewards and Financial assistance to Students.Organized Summer & Winter Camps.Documentary of Preservation of Folk Art CultureYOUTH FESTIVALSZonal Youth Festivals Inter-Zonal Youth Festivals North Zone Youth Festival All India Inter-University National Festival International Youth Festival Folk & Food Festival Techno Management Fest Theatre FestCREATION OF THE FUND FOR STUDENTS’ WELFAREYouth Welfare Fund Holiday Home FundAmalgamated Fund R.K. Foundation FundSCHOLARSHIP AND AWARDS – SUPPORT FOR NEEDY STUDENTS
Students’ Aid Fund Earn While Learn Scheme Need-cum-Merit Father /Mother less stipend Previous Class Toppers’ Students Minor Research Project for Assistant Professor One/Two day(s) Workshop/Seminar on Skill Building for the Students Smarth Scheme for Divyang Yuva Kalyan Kosh
Bus/Train Pass - 4500 Bus passes and 100 Railway passes are being issued during a sessionFUTURE PLANS
HERITAGE TO SHOW CASE HARYANVI ART & CULTURE OPEN AIR THEATREMULTI UTILITY MINI THEATRE COMMON GYM FACILITY
To promote excellence by recognizing the achievements through awards and scholarships
FUNCTIONS OF DSW OFFICE
CREATION OF THE FUND FOR STUDENTS’ WELFARE
SCHOLARSHIP AND AWARDS – SUPPORT FOR NEEDY STUDENTS
Bus/Train Pass - 4500 Bus passes and 100 Railway passes are being issued during a session
Phone : 9416210236
DIRECTOR YOUTH WELFARE
Phone - 9466161016 01262-285090 (office)
The University Health Centre, with one full time doctor and para medical staff on its establishment, caters to the primary health care needs of the student's community and the University employees. However the University of Health Sciences, located next door to the University, meets all the major health care requirements of the University community.
The University Center for Competitive Examinations, ever since its establishment in 1989, has been continuously striving to guide the students in electing their careers. The Center arranges coaching classes for the students aspiring to compete for various competitive examinations such as Indian Civil Services (Preliminary), Haryana Civil Services, bank Probationary Officers, Inspectors of Income Tax and Central Excise, National Eligibility Test State Lecturers Eligibility Test, Combined Defence Services, National Defence Academy, CEET/Engineering etc. Remidial coaching classes to develop skills in English and extension lectures for different courses are also organized. A nominal fee is charged from the students of General Category, while SC/ST and BC students are provided free coaching. Classes are conducted in the evening to enable as many students as possible to avail of this facility. Teachers for coaching are drawn from different departments of the University. The centre has a rich reference Library which subscribes to a good number of newspapers and magazines. The University spends over Rs. 6.00 lakhs on UCCE activities every year.
The National Service Scheme provides an opportunity to the students to understand, appreciate and imbibe the socio-economic conditions and problems of the society and to inculcate in them a sense of social consciousness and dignity of labour as well as bring them closer to the community. Students enrolled under the Scheme have to render 120 house of Community Service, and to participate in a 7-day NSS Special Camp every year. The students also get opportunities to participate in the Youth Leadership Training Camp, Youth Festivals, National Integration Camps, Adventure Programmes, etc. University NSS Merit Certificates are bestowed upon the NSS volunteers on the completion/fulfillment of prescribed conditions. In addition, the best NSS volunteers are decorated with awards at Unit/ District/University level each year.
The SC/ST Cell, established by the University for the welfare of the SC/ST and other reserved category candidates, acts as a watchdog for the effective implementation of the policies and programmes relating to appointments, promotions, admissions, etc. of the candidates belonging to these categories. The Cell ensures that the benefits of State/Central Govt. policies reach the deserving persons.
The University has a full-fledged Foreign Students’ Cell. The Cell, headed by a Senior Faculty Member, provides guidance and help to the international students through a ‘single window system’. There is a provision for creation of additional supernumerary seats for foreign students in the departments/institutes.
The Career Counseling and Placement Cell helps the students in their educational and vocational planning It provides information on employment trends, projects development, recruitment methods, occupational reviews, scholarships and fellowships in India and abroad, assistance in securing part-time/full-time employment/self-employment, and help in seeking admissions in various institutions and universities. The Cell conducts surveys, arranges and organizes training programmes and workshops for development of personality and communication skills to place them on sound footing to face interviews and other challenges in their career.
The Cell is housed in Students Activity Centre and besides the above mentioned services. It also provides need basis personal counselling to the students on prior appointment basis.
The University lays special emphasis on students’ welfare, and, therefore, has a full-fledged Directorate for this purpose. The Directorate is housed in a magnificent Students Activity Centre, equipped with all amenities which a student can think of. It has a Bookshop with all types of books and stationery, Cyber Cafe for internet surfing at competitive rates, canteen with facility for repast and other eatables and soft beverages available at affordable prices, Conference Hall with Internet connectivity, well-designed modular furnished separate Common Rooms for boys and girls with the facilities of newspapers, magazines, and indoor games, and above all, a rendezvous for student community to channelize their free time. It organizes various activities in every stream of Art, Culture and Adventure. The Directorate shares the expenditure of educational tours organized by various teaching departments. Bus and railway pass facilities are facilitated to the students. A large number of camps and adventure courses like Trekking, Youth Leadership Training Camps, Rock Climbing, Snow Skiing, Value-based Spiritual Course, Personality Development Camp, etc. are organized.
The students of UTD are being involved with the working of the department by assigning them job related to office, organization of the other field work. Budget allotted for the year : 2,00,000/-
A scheme names "Samarth" has been worked for physically challenged students through which they have been given a motivational regards in shape of some mementoes like books and other motivational literature alongwith a special stipend.
MDU Film Club was revived and effectively working from 2011-12. In the last three years, approximately 100 with 45 movies since its existence with near about one lakh viewers. This is a self sustained club made out of the collection at the time of admission of students on the campus @ Rs. 10/- per month.
Three Month Yoga Tn in Inter-University Tournaments. Our 59 teams have participated in the North Zone and All India Inter-University Tournaments, Raining Programme. During Last Five Years 250 students trained under Yoga. Practice for Inter-College Yoga Tournament Curative Exercises ailments for Back-Bone Program, Neck Pain and fitness Programme.
Three Red Cross Units of Boys and Girls. Organized Community Health Camp- 600 persons checked in. Anemia Awareness Camp at Girls Hostel-500 Girls registered. 4 Blood Donations Camps. First Aid Support to various functions. Rally for Environmental Conservation. Rally for HIV/AIDS Awareness Red Ribbon Clubs 3 Teachers as Youth Red Cross Counselors.
Every institution is known because of its assets either they are its Human resources or its infra-structure. Every development of resources and structure boosts the confidence of the Institution. And this fact was proved when Dean Students' Welfare office established its own Youth Centre cum Holiday Home in the lap of the nature of village Dhanachuli of District Nainital of Uttrakhand, on the state highway to lohaghat via Bhim Tal, Padampuri at 52 kms from Kathgodam/Haldwani. Mode of visit can be any one – it is very much comfortable to go there. If you are going by the train, reach Kathgodam railway station and you will definitely have some public transport for Dhanachuli. It takes maximum one and half hour from kathgodam to Dhanachuli. After crossing the village Dhanachuli- you will find a beautiful structure on the right side of the road named as the Youth Centre cum Holiday Home Dhanachuli District Nainital. The building is mainly divided into three parts. At first, there are two well equipped Teachers' suites with double bed facility with attached toilets and bathrooms. Both the rooms are equipped with LCD TV sets connected with DTH channels facility. There is a kitchen with dining hall furnished with a large dining lable on which at least 20-25 persons can have their meal together. It is attached with the cooking section with necessary utensils. On the upper floor, there is a multipurpose space equipped with chairs for 30 persons at least where meetings/discussions/seminars/get-togethers etc. can be organized. There are four dormitories in the next section having a capacity of 8 beds in each dormitory with quilts and blankets with fine mattresses. The youth centre is mainly meant for the various students activities especially in groups. Any college/institution affiliated to the University can organize their trips/educational tours on the prior requisitions and availability of the site.
Dean Students' Welfare
One of the emerging challenges faced by any higher educational institution is the development, application and maintenance of quality benchmarks in all its key performance areas. To institutionalize the process of quality sustenance and enhancement, the Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) has been established in the University. The IQAC in the university came into existence in 2003. It was reconstituted, as per the guidelines of UGC, on 12.07.2010. The IQAC is a nodal agency for ushering in the era of total quality management by working out intervention strategies to enhance overall quality in the institution.
The IQAC works for ensuring continuous improvement in the entire operations of the institution, and assuring all the stakeholders connected with higher education- namely students, parents, teachers, staff, funding agencies and society in general.
The NAAC advocates establishment of IQAC by every institution to make quality enhancement an integral part of institutional functioning. IQAC is utilized to generate good academic ideas and practices. It seeks to work for planning, implementing, and measuring the outcome of academic and administrative performance of the institution.
The primary aim of the IQAC is to develop a system for conscious, consistent and catalytic action to improve the academic and administrative performance of the institution. It aims at fulfillment of the mission and the vision of the university in the light of its quality policy.
Development and application of quality benchmarks/ parameters for the various academic and administrative activities of the institution.
Dissemination of information on the various quality parameters of higher education.
Organization of workshops, seminars and conferences on quality related themes and promotion of quality circles.
Documentation of the various programmes/activities leading to quality improvement.
Preparation of Annual Quality Assurance Report (AQAR) to be submitted to UGC based on the quality parameters.
Ensuring timely, efficient and progressive performance of academic, administrative and financial tasks.
Optimization and integration of modern methods of teaching, learning and evaluation.
Ensuring adequacy, maintenance and functioning of the support structure.
To a heightened level of clarity and focus in institutional functioning towards quality enhancement and facilitate internalization of the quality culture.
To the enhancement and integration among the various activities of the institution and institutionalisation of good practices.
To provide a sound basis for decision-making to improve institutional functioning.
To act as a change agent in the institution.
To better communication
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