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Education, research and extension activities of IASE

  • Basic Teachers' Training College, conducting STC, B.Ed., Shiksha Shastri, BA-B.Ed., B.Sc.-B.Ed., MEd, M Phil and PhD programmes.
  • Department of Chetna Vikas Moolya Shiksha.
  • Faculty of Engineering, Life Science and Management
  • Women’s College of Arts, Science and Home Science
  • Department of Education.
  • Directorate of Distance Education.
  • Central Library
  • Teacher Student ratio 1:15.
  • Further extension of building and hostel for Engineering Faculty .
  • Hostel Facilities for more than 1,000 students, separate for boys and girls (AC and air cooled rooms on demand).
  • Guest House – Pranav Kutir, with 45 AC and air cooled rooms
  • Ram Manch and Sohan Sabhagar - an indoor auditorium with a seating capacity for over 5,000 persons.
  • Gymnasium, stadium, a number of large playgrounds and a sports complex.
  • 68 Educational Research Projects- financed by MHRD, Government of India have been accomplished and some are in progress.
  • 94 Doctoral Degrees have been awarded and 95 research scholars are currently registered.
  • Propagation of spiritualism and secularism through weekly and other all-faith prayers
  • Disaster relief operations in the earthquake-affected areas of Bhuj (Gujarat), tsunami-affected areas in South India and flood-affected villages near Barmer, Rajasthan, Uttrakhand and J&k were made.
  • Free medical and health check up camps in surrounding villages
  • Welfare activities during natural calamities like flood, famines and drought.
  • Establishment of the Energy Park to modlify the energy efficient machine and the use of solar energy for mechanical application.

Education, research and extension activities of GVM

  • Shri BLD Ayurved Vishva Bharti (Ayurvedic Medical College and Hospital)
  • Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK) for training farmers
  • Three senior Higher Secondary schools – Meera Niketan Senior Secondary School for Girls, Basic Senior Secondary School for Boys, Seth Sampatram Dugar Senior Secondary School for Boys
  • Balbari – Montessori school
  • Primary schools established in 12 villages
  • Non-formal education centres – for children between the age group of 6-14 years in 37 villages
  • Total literacy programme – successful implementation in about 45 villages
  • Post-literacy programme – libraries set up in 12 villages
  • 45 adult education centres in several villages for females
  • Mobile libraries for new literates
  • Free outdoor health and medical centres in Sardarshahr, serving the needs of the socially and economically backward sections.
  • Medical camps in nearby villages.
  • Indoor hospital with 100 beds.
  • Mobile dispensary and ambulance service.
  • Ayurvedic Panchkarma Centre.
  • Physiotherapy rehabilitation Centre.

Rural welfare

  • Wells with motorised pumps provided in 10 villages.
  • Construction of rainwater harvesting structures and promotion of water conservation activities in rural areas.
  • Dwelling houses provided to a number of scheduled caste families in different villages.
  • Participated in Panchayati Raj institution by conducting, planning and training Panchas and Sarpanchas.
  • Successful implementation of complimentary measures of integrated drinking water, sanitation and health education in more than 500 villages of Churu district and two adjoining districts, as a constituent in the Community Participation Unit of Aapni Yojna.
  • 20 deep tubewells within the GVM campus run by PHED, supplying drinking water to Sardarshahr town and nearby villages.

Economic development

  • Establishment of cottage industries in Bardasar village.
  • Improvement of cattle breed.
  • Production and distribution of improved variety of seeds to farmers.
  • Agricultural development through Krishi Vigyan Kendra (Farm Science Centre) with large demonstration farms and various training  programmes for farmers.
  • Various professional and vocational training programmes.
  • Formation of 275 self-help groups and linking them with income generation activities in the villages under Aapni Yojna.

Social welfare

  • Eradication of untouchability, addictions and other social evils.
  • Upliftment of the downtrodden.
  • Destitute homes – Nirashrit Bal Griha (orphanage for boys), Janhit Seva Ashram (home for the physically challenged) and Shubh Seva Ashram (home for the aged).
  • Promotion of non-violence and vegetarianism.
  • Social fostering.
  • Welfare activities during natural calamities like flood, famine and drought.
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Sardarshahr, Dist: Churu, Pin- 331403,
Rajasthan, India.
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