We have now a wider conception of the duties and responsibilities of universities.
They have to provide leadership in politics administration, professions, industry
and commerce. They have to meet the increasing demand for every type of higher education,
literacy and scientific, technical and professional. They must enable the country
to attain, in as short a time as possible, freedom from want, disease and ignorance,
by the application and development of scientific and technical knowledge.
Technical education in India contributes a major share to the overall education
system and plays a vital role in the social and economic development of our nation.
In India, technical education is imparted at various levels such as: craftsmanship,
diploma, degree, post-graduate and research in specialized fields, catering to various
aspects of technological development and economic progress.
The beginning of formal Technical Education in India can be dated back to the mid
19th Century. The major policy initiatives in the pre-independence period included
appointment of the Indian Universities Commission in 1902, issue of the Indian Education
policy resolution in 1904 and the Governor General’s policy statement of 1913 stressing
the importance of Technical Education, the establishment of IISc in Bangalore, Institute
for Sugar, Textile and Leather Technology in Kanpur, N.C.E. in Bengal in 1905 and
Industrial schools in several provinces. Significant developments include:
- Constitution of the Technical Education Committee of the Central Advisory Board
of Education (CABE) of 1943;
- Preparation of the Sergeant Report of 1944; and
- Formation of the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) in 1945 by the
Government of India.
The pharmacy profession comprising the industrial and practice sectors is undergoing
a rapid change. Indian Pharma industry which has registered a spectacular progress
today ranks 4th in volume and 13th in value in the global pharmaceutical market
with exports worth US Dollars 2.6 billion besides domestic sales amounting to over
US Dollars 4 million.
The ever expanding Pharma's industrial and practice sectors need clinically and
technologically trained pharmacy professionals who can face global challenges and
compete with the multinationals. The pharmacist is no longer a mere dispenser of
drugs but has assumed a more crucial role in medicine management and as overall
health care programmer.
PCI as a pharmacy educationist regulatory body has realized the need to strengthen
and upgrade the pharmacy curriculum to produce competent pharmacist workforce which
is able to meet the growing demands of the industry and community. As a step towards
this direction PCI has proposed some amendments to the Pharmacy Act which have been
submitted to the Health Ministry for approval.
The Bar Council of India is a statutory body created by Parliament to regulate and
represent the Indian bar. We perform the regulatory function by prescribing standards
of professional conduct and etiquette and by exercising disciplinary jurisdiction
over the bar. We also sets standards for legal education and grants recognition
to Universities whose degree in law will serve as qualification for enrolment as
In addition, we perform certain representative functions by protecting the rights,
privileges and interests of advocates and through the creation of funds for providing
financial assistance to organise welfare schemes for them.
Maharshi Dayanand University, ab initio established as Rohtak University, Rohtak,
came into existence by an Act No. 25 of 1975 of the Haryana Legislative Assembly
in 1976 with the objective to promote inter-disciplinary higher education and research
in the fields of environmental, ecological and life sciences. It was rechristened
as Maharshi Dayanand University in 1977 after the name of a great visionary and
social reformer, Maharshi Dayanand. It had a unitary and residential character in
its nascent stage, but became an affiliating University in November 1978. The University
secured the recognition of University Grants Commission – the higher education regulatory
body of India - for central Govt. grants in Feb. 1983.
The University is located at Rohtak in the state of Haryana - about 75 kms from
Delhi on Delhi-Hisar National Highway (NH-10), and is about 240 kms from Chandigarh,
the State Capital. It is well connected both by rail as well as road. Rohtak is
the education hub of the State with excellent facilities for education in all fields
Chaudhary Ranbir Singh University (CRSU), Jind was established by Govt. of Haryana
through ordinance No. 6 of 2014 on 24th July, 2014 under Chaudhary Ranbir Singh
University, Jind Act 2014.
In 2016, Department of Higher Education, Govt. of Haryana transferred the affiliation
of all the B.Ed Colleges of the state to the Chaudhary Ranbir Singh University,
Jind except the constituent colleges of education and departments of other state
universities of Haryana.
The B.Ed. course run by B.S.A.I.E. is at present affiliated to the Chaudhary Ranbir
Singh University (CRSU), Jind since academic session 2016-17 (B.Ed. 1st year). However
B.Ed. 2nd year, academic session 2016-17, is affiliated to the Maharshi Dayanand
University, Rohtak itself.
The Technical Education Board for the state of Haryana came into existence in the
year of 1966 consequent upon the bifurcation of the erstwhile state of Punjab. The
board consists of 40 members with the Minister of Technical Education as Chairman
and Director, Technical Education as Member-Secretary. The board is responsible
for looking after the following academic aspects of Technical Education:
The National Council for Teacher Education, in its previous status since 1973, was
an advisory body for the Central and State Governments on all matters pertaining
to teacher education, with its Secretariat in the Department of Teacher Education
of the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT). Despite its
commendable work in the academic fields, it could not perform essential regulatory
functions, to ensure maintenance of standards in teacher education and preventing
proliferation of substandard teacher education institutions. The National Policy
on Education (NPE), 1986 and the Programme of Action there under, envisaged a National
Council for Teacher Education with statutory status and necessary resources as a
first step for overhauling the system of teacher education. The National Council
for Teacher Education as a statutory body came into existence in pursuance of theNational
Council for Teacher Education Act, 1993 (No. 73 of 1993) on the 17th August,1995.
The Board Of School Education Haryana, Bhiwani Came Into Existence In 1969 As Per
Haryana Act No. 11 Of 1969 With Its Head-Quarters At Chandigarh Later Shifted To
Bhiwani In January 1981. The Board Started With A Staff Of 100 Officials Allocated
From Punjab University, Chandigarh And Conducted The First Examination Of Matriculation
Level (10th Class) In 1970. The Board Started Conducting The Middle Examination
With Effect From 1976 To Improve Educational Standards At Middle Level. The Board
Adopted 10+2 Pattern Of Education And Conducted XII Class Examination Under The
New Scheme With Effect From 1987. It Started Conducting 10+2 Vocational Examination
In 1990, Keeping In View The Need And Relevance Of Vocationalization Of Education
In The Backdrop Of The Fast Changing Economic Scenario.
Pandit Bhagwat Dayal Sharma University of Health Science, has been establishment
as State University by Haryana Act. 26 of 2008 notified in Haryana Government
Gazette (Extra), published on June 2, 2008 and notification no. S. O. 74/H.A.2006/2008
dated 18th August, 2008. An Act to establish and incorporate a University of Health
Science, for the purposes of teaching and ensuring proper and systematic instruction,
training and research in modern systems of medicine and Indian system of medicine and
administration of Pandit Bhagwat Dayal Sharma Post Graduate Institute of Medical Science,
Rohtak and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto..