No student shall be eligible for admission to any under-graduate or post-graduate course of study in this University on migration from any other Board or University unless he/she has passed an equivalent examination of the Board or University recognized equivalent to the examination of this University which qualifies him/ her for admission to the concerned course under the relevant Ordinance(s). The application of a student who has not completed his/her course of study and has not appeared at the examination, for which he/she was studying, in any other Board or University in India shall be considered for admission to a course of study in this University provided that the pattern and syllabus of the course in this University is similar to that of the course studied by him/her. Provided further that the applicant is eligible for admission as per the Ordinance governing Transfer of Credits.
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In order to encourage meritorious and deserving students to pursue courses of studies and research in the University without much financial strain, the University shall strive to provide for adequate number of scholarships, fellowships, studentships and free-ships, for financial help, and also provide for award of medals and prizes. The scholarships shall be instituted in every subject to be awarded to the students of the University/Affiliated Colleges (wherever applicable) subject to availability of funds. Rules for award of the same will be laid down in the Regulations.
There shall be fee concession in the form of half and full free-ships of tuition fee in each School and Teaching Department as per norms of the UGC.
Agriculture in India has been the biggest employer with about 50% of the population being directly or indirectly involved with it. Farmers form the backbone of Indian economy and their progress is considered vital in sustainable economic development of the country. The emotional bonding with the land, numerous activities and festivals associated with seasons has been the permanent feature of Indian hinterland for not only centuries but millennia. But with advent of globalization and Indian markets undergoing a massive change, these connections are slowly breaking down. With profiteering and market competitions becoming the norm of every sector, the agriculture sector which is mired with numerous uncertainties is bearing the brunt. This has caused numerous socio-economic problems in recent times and if not addressed has the potential to disrupt the lives of people in years to come.
The in India proposes to replace the personal laws based on the scriptures and customs of each major religious community in the country with a common set governing every citizen. Article 44 of the constitution says that there should be a Uniform Civil Code throughout the territory of India. The Union Law Ministry has recently asked the Law Commission to examine in detail all issues related to Uniform Civil Code and submit a report to the government. A Uniform Civil Code can only emerge through an evolutionary process, which preserves India's rich legal heritage, of which all the personal laws are equal constituents. Current institutions need to be modernized, democratized and strengthened for this change.
Adaptation means anticipating the adverse effects of climate change and taking appropriate action to prevent or minimize the damage they can cause, or taking advantage of opportunities that may arise. It is well documented that well planned, early adaptation action saves money and lives later. Adaptation is the principal way to deal with the impacts of a changing climate. It involves taking practical actions to manage risks from climate impacts, protect communities and strengthen the resilience of the economy. Adapting to climate change is the top priority today. The irreversible damage caused through climate change is a global concern. The government and people need to work together to come up with a more sustainable solution for adapting to climate change.
For expanding Banking Services in India, RBI has chosen the Nachiket Mor Committee to explore and make recommendations for the development of a special category of banks to provide comprehensive financial services to small businesses, low income families and disadvantaged groups. One such recommendation has been the creation of Payment Banks primarily to facilitate financial inclusion. Payment Banks, the concept of RBI’s Committee on Comprehensive Financial Services and Low Income Households, has been an important step towards ensuring financial inclusivity by promoting more participation of disadvantaged groups in the mainstream financial services.
Contract farming can be defined as agricultural production carried out according to an agreement between a buyer and a farmer. Contract Farming has the potential of addressing most of the urgent and critical needs of the Indian agriculture sector. It is the only way to make small and marginal farmers competitive by enabling them to access technology, credit and marketing. The concept of contract farming entered the Indian agriculture in the early 2000s. To overcome the limitations on contract farming, the Government should play the role of a facilitator and not that of a regulator in developing and promoting a healthy system of farmer-corporate relationship for mutual benefit. This will help in development of agriculture sector in India. Legal protection to contract growers as a group must be considered to protect them from ill-effects of contracting.