(1) Buildings: The Institute
has a sprawling complex and the constituent faculties are housed in magnificent
buildings with all the modern amenities and essential fixtures.
(2) Libraries, Books and Book-banks: The Institute's libraries contain about 1.5 lakh books and subscribe to about 179 periodicals and journals in addition to newspapers and magazines. Book-banks cater to the needs of the poor students in all the faculties. Access to more than 4,000 e-journals is available through INFLIBNET service of UGC.
(3) Laboratories and Workshops: All the faculties have well-equipped and neatly maintained laboratories and workshops which meet all the requirements of the syllabi, the consultancy programmes and demands of taking technology to the villages.
(4) Computer Facilities: The main Computer Centre and the three other computer laboratories, one each in Faculties of Engineering and Science and the Technical College as well as other faculties and offices cater to the growing needs of computer courses and a variety of processing applications of the students and staff of the Institute. All the computers of the Institute are interconnected through local area network via Fibre optic backbone with supervised access to Internet. The facility is extended to hostels also.
(5) Facilities for Games and Sports: The Institute has a number of large play-grounds which fully cater to the needs for athletics and all outdoor games like football, hockey, cricket, basketball, volleyball and kho-kho and indoor facilities for badminton, table tennis etc. Games and sports are an integral part of curriculum of the Institute.
(6) Medical and Health Care: The students and staff of the Institute are attended to by the Medical Officer of the Saran Ashram Hospital, Dayalbagh, and are administered treatment for ordinary ailments without charges. The Hospital has provision for pathological testing, diathermy and ECG etc., on payment of charges.
(7) Non-Resident Student Centre: There is a Non-Resident Students Centre for Girls which serves as a composite Reading Room-cum-Common Room-cum-Canteen for the spare time needs of the female day scholars. For male students, there is canteen facility in the Campus.
(8) Hostels: Limited accommodation in the hostels of the Institute and those run by Educational Societies in Dayalbagh is available to students who are prepared to live a simple, disciplined and studious life in harmony with other inmates. Students who are desirous of having such accommodation should apply on a prescribed form with a passport size photograph to the Chief Warden of the concerned Hostel, through the respective Deans after their admission to the Institute. Students shall be recommended for hostel admission on the basis of merit and availability of seats but admission to Institute does not guarantee a seat in hostel. Only vegetarian food is served in the hostel. Alcohol, drugs and other intoxicants are strictly prohibited.
(9) National Service Scheme: This Institute has been pioneer in implementing the scheme since its inception in U.P. Its students have earned a name for the Institute for its consistently good record of social service. Its activities include grow-more-food campaign, shramdaan, adoption of a village for rural reconstruction, campus improvement, sanitation drive, establishing and running of youth clubs and community centres, teaching child-care to mothers, giving non-formal education and training in self-employment skills. With the co-ordinated effort of all the faculties, multi-pronged efforts have been made to make a more effective contribution towards rural reconstruction. Participation in N.S.S. Camp is compulsory for all students in the first semester of their course of study.
(10) Life Long Learning & Extension: Though now an independent programme on its own, it was started earlier under the Adult Literacy Programme (with its limited connotation) of the N.S.S. However, now it is being given a wider perspective to include literacy, functionality and awareness. The Adult Literacy programme is a component of the NSS programme of the Institute and is compulsory for all undergraduate studies.
(11) Scouting/Guiding: Students of B.Ed. have to undergo Scout Masters’/Guides’ training as an essential part of their course requirements. Dayalbagh has the honour to be a separate district within Agra for Bharat Scout and Guides on account of its glorious contribution to the Scout Movement.
(12) Co-curricular Activities: The Institute has always encouraged and provided ample opportunities to its students for participation in wider range of literary & cultural activities and games. Inter-faculty programmes are held by the Institute from time to time. Our students have regularly won prizes at National level-debates, Seminars, Symposia and National Youth Festivals.
(13) Guidance & Counselling: Apart from receiving sympathy and sound advice in moments of personal stresses and problems, career guidance and counselling are available to the students both for choosing the right subjects and electives when joining the innovative programme and also for knowing their aptitude while deciding about their professional career.
(14) Students’ Diary: A Student Diary is supplied to each student in which a record of his/her curricular and co-curricular activities is maintained. Guardians are expected to see it from time to time for information regarding the performance of their wards.
(15) Identity Cards: Every student is supplied with an Identity Card containing his/her photograph bearing the signatures of the student duly countersigned by the Dean concerned. The student will produce it when demanded by an competent authority.
Please direct comments or questions about the Academic Calendar to Asst. Registrar (Acad.)