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VOCATIONAL CERTIFICATE COURSES UNDER UPSDM

Kaushal Vikas Programmes

Dayalbagh Educational Institute has been empanelled as Government Training Partner (GTP) with Uttar Pradesh Skill Development Mission (UPSDM),Department of Vocational Training & Skill Development, Uttar Pradesh State Government to train youths in various vocational skills. At present, DEI will provide training in 8 sectors, viz., Automotive, Electronics, Food Processing & Preservation, Garment Making, Plastic Processing, Refrigeration & Air Conditioning, Textile and Renewable Energy. These courses will run under the Aegis of DEI Women’s Polytechnic and Technical College. Each course includes teaching of core skills and soft skills.

PROGRAMMES OFFERED

Coordinators :   (i)           Prof. D.S. Mishra

                                (ii)          Dr. Rahul Swarup Sharma

LIST OF PROPOSED SECTORS / COURSES FROM UPSDM COURSE LIST

(यू.पी.एस.डी.एम. कोर्ससूचीसेप्रपोज्डसेक्टर्स.कोर्सेजकीसूची)

Sl. No.

क्रमसंख्या

Sector

सेक्टर

Course Name

कोर्सकानाम

Educational Qualification

Course Duration

(Days)

Sector Coordinator

सेक्टरसमन्वयक

दयालबाग़एजुकेशनलइन्स्टीट्यूट

दयालबाग़,आगरा-282 005

1.

Automotive

ऑटोमोटिव

Automotive Service Technician Level-3 (QP-NOS)

ऑटोमोटिवटेक्नीशियनलेवल-3

8th pass

360

श्रीविजयप्रकाशमलहो़त्रा,हेड

श्रीमेजरसिंह,

डिपार्टमेंटऑफऑटोमोवाइलइंजीनियरिंगटेक्नीकलकॉलेज

Commercial Vehicle Driver - Level 3 (QP-NOS)

कॉमर्सियलविहीकलड्राईवर-लेवल3

8th pass

180

2.

Refrigeration & Air Conditioning

रेफ्रिजरेशनएण्डएयरकन्डीशनिंग

Field Technician Refrigerator(QP-NOS)

फील्डटेक्नीशियनरेफ्रिजरेटर

8th pass

120

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डिपार्टमेंटऑफमकेनिकलइंजीनियरिंग]फेकल्टीऑफइंजीनियरिंग

श्रीजी0 पी0 मिश्रा

डिपार्टमेंटऑफमकेनिकलइंजीनियरिंग, टेक्नीकलकॉलेज

3.

Electronics

इलैक्ट्रोनिक्स

Repair and Maintenance of Office Electronic Equipment(MES)

रिपेयरएण्डमेन्टीनेंशऑफऑफिसइलैक्ट्रोनिकइक्विपमेन्ट

8th pass

620

डा.बी.बी.राव,प्रिंसीपल,डी..आई.टेक्नीकलकॉलेज

प्रोफेसरस्वामीप्यारासतसंगी

 

4.

Plastic Processing

प्लास्टिकप्रोसेसिंग

Injection Moulding Machine Operations(MES)

इंजैक्शनमोल्डिंगमशीनऑपरेशंस

8th pass

1300

डा.रजतसेतिया,

प्रोफेसरस्वामीप्यारासतसंगी

मकेनिकलइंजीनियरिंगसेक्शन

 

5.

Food Processing & Preservation

फूडप्रोसेसिंगएण्डप्रिज़र्वेशन

Baker and Confectioner

बेकरएण्डकॉन्फेक्शनर

8th pass

600

डा. (श्रीमति) नन्दनीजौहरी,

मिस.हेमापंवार

डिपार्टमेंटऑफहोमसाइंस(डेरीकेम्पस)

6.

Garment Making

गारमेंटमेकिंग

Hand Embroidery(MES)
हैंडएम्ब्रोइडर

5th pass

620

प्रोफेसर(श्रीमति)संगीतासैनी,

डा.(श्रीमति)चारूस्वामी,

डिपार्टमेंटऑफहोमसाइंस, फेकल्टीऑफआर्ट्स

7.

Ziz-Zag Machine Embroidery(MES) जिग-जेगमशीनएम्ब्रोइडरी

8th pass

780

8.

Traditional Embroidery (MES) ट्रेडीशनलएम्ब्रोइडरी

8th pass

1140

9.

Tailor (Basic Sewing Operator) (MES) टेलर(बेसिकस्यूइंगऑपरेटर)

5th pass

370

10.

Apparel Finisher and Checker (MES) ऐपरेलफिनिशरएण्डचेकर

8th pass

460

11.

Trouser & Pyjama Making (MES) ट्राउजरएण्डपजामामेकिंग

8th pass

1300

12.

Drafting and Cutting – Jacket, Jodhpuri Sherwani (MES)ड्राफ्टिंगएण्डकटिंग-जैकेट,जोधपुरीशेरवानी

8th pass

500

13.

Textile

टैक्सटाईल

Inspector– Fabric – Visual inspection for Quality (MES)इंस्पेक्टर-फेब्रिक-विजुअलइंस्पेक्टरफोरक्वालिटी

7th pass

700

डा. (श्रीमति)पारुलभट्नागर,

टैक्सटाईलडिजाइनसेक्शन

डिपार्टमेंटऑफड्रॉइंगएण्डपेंटिग,  फेकल्टीऑफआर्ट्स

14.

Quality Inspector (MES)
क्वालिटीइंस्पेक्टर

9th pass

500

15.

Garment Making

गारमेंटमेकिंग

Surface Ornamentation Techniques (MES) सर्फेसऑर्नेमेन्टेशनटैक्निक्स

5th pass

308

16.

Apparel Quality Assurance & Compliance (MES)

ऐपरेलक्वालिटीएस्योरेंसएण्डकोम्प्लिएन्स

12th pass

1140

17.

Renewable Energy

रीन्यूएबलऐनर्जी

Solar Electric system Installer & service provider (MES)

सोलरइलैक्ट्रिकसिस्टमइंस्टॉलरएण्डसर्विसप्रोवाईडर

8th pass

600

 

18.

Solar Hot Water System Installer (Domestic system upto 2000L) - Including Servicing (MES)

सोलरहॉटवाटरसिस्टमइंस्टॉलर(डोमेस्टिकसिस्टम2000 लिटरतक)इंक्लूडिंगसर्विसिंग

8th pass

600

 

ADMISSION PROCEDURE

The Application Forms and other details regarding admission are available on the DEI Website, http://www.dei.ac.in/dei/index.php/UPSDMor may be obtained from DEI-UPSDM Office, DEI. Desirous candidates may contact the DEI-UPSDM office for any information about any specific course. Applications are accepted through out the year. All the candidates will be called for Intervie-cum-Counseling Session. If, required, written test may also be conducted for admission in any of the courses.

AGE LIMIT: Candidates up to age of 35 Years are eligible.

FEE: At present NO FEE is charged for DEI-UPSDM courses.

Master of Vocation (MVoc)

Programmes Offered:

  1. MVoc in Textile
  2. MVoc in Automobile
  3. MVoc in Apparel Design
  4. MVoc in Dairy Technology
  5. MVoc in Food Processing and Preservation
  6. MVoc in Renewable Energy

Introduction:

Education plays an important role in the overall development of a human being as well as the nation. It is a unique investment in the present and for the future. Every country develops its own system of education to express and promote its unique socio-cultural identity besides meeting the challenges of time to leverage the existing potential opportunities. India, at present, is recognized as one of the youngest nations of the world with over 50% of population under the age of 30 years. It is estimated that by 2025, India will have 25% of the world’s total workforce. In order to harness the full demographic dividend, India needs high quality educational system which is affordable, flexible and relevant to the individuals, as well as to needs of the society as a whole. Today, the country faces a demand – supply mismatch as the economy needs more ‘skilled’ workforce as also the managers and entrepreneurs than produced annually. In fact, majority of the contemporary institutions of higher learning remain almost disconnected with the requirements of the workplace. The higher education system has to incorporate the requirements of various industries in its curriculum, in an innovative and flexible manner while producing well-groomed graduates. UGC introduced two schemes known as – Community Colleges and BVoc Degree Programme in universities and colleges during the XII Plan. However, there is a need for taking integrated initiatives towards knowledge acquisition and up-gradation of skilled human competencies in universities and colleges to address the emerging needs of the economy so as to ensure that the graduates have adequate knowledge and skills to get appropriately employed or become entrepreneurs and, thereby, meet the economic and industrial needs at the regional and national level. Government of India, taking note of the requirement for skill development among students developed National Vocational Education Qualification Framework (NVEQF) which was later on assimilated into National Skills Qualifications Framework (NSQF). Various Sector Skill Councils (SSCs) are developing Qualification Packs (QPs), National Occupational Standards (NOSs) and assessment mechanisms in their respective domains, in alignment with the needs of the industry.

In view of this, the UGC implemented the scheme of Community Colleges from 2013-14 in pilot modes on the initiative of the MHRD. However, realizing the importance and the necessity for developing skills among students, and creating work-ready manpower on large scale, the Commission decided to implement the scheme of Community Colleges as one of its independent schemes from the year 2014-15. The Commission also launched another scheme of BVoc Degree programme to expand the scope of vocational education and also to provide vertical mobility to the students admitted in Community Colleges for Diploma programmes to a degree programme in the Universities and Colleges. While these two schemes are being implemented, it is also realized that there is a need to give further push to vocational education on an even larger scale. It is therefore proposed to establish as many as 100 ‘Deen Dayal Upadhyay Centres for Knowledge Acquisition and upgradation of Skilled Human Abilities and Livelihood (KAUSHAL)’ during the XII Plan period. These Centres would take-up the vocational education to new levels and offer courses beyond BVoc Degree too. These Centres would also embed and follow the guiding principles of NSQF, QPs, and NOSs for their programmes and would not focus on skilling alone but also develop entrepreneurship traits. The Centres may endeavour to maintain a pyramidal structure of student enrolment with respect to Diploma, Advanced Diploma, BVoc and further studies.

Eligibility: There may be three types of learners getting admission to the first semester of skill-based courses under NSQF:

Category – 1 : Students who have already acquired NSQF certification Level 7 in a particular industrial sector and opted for admission in the skill based courses under NSQF in the institutions recognized under Community Colleges/BVoc Degree program/DDU KAUSHAL Kendras in same trade with job role for which he/she was previously certified.

Category – 2 : Students who have acquired NSQF certification Level 7 but may like to change their trade and may enter into skill-based courses in a different trade(candidate has to take up Skill Bridge course during semester I/II).

Category – 3:Students who have passed Bachelor degree examination with at least second class from a recognized University.

Candidates who have passed an equivalent examination from any other University or examining body and are seeking admission to the Master of Vocation course, will be required to provide necessary eligibility certificate.

MVoc Written Test:  The Test will be of two hour duration and will have questions that will be of the level of BVoc or NSQF level 7 on the subject concerned. Questions will include topics on Food Processing/Apparel Design/Textilee/Automobile/Renewable Energy/Dairy Technology. Candidates have to select any one paper from these subjects besides one compulsory paper on General Knowledge and Current affairs.

Bachelor of Vocation [BVoc]

Under National Skill Qualification Programme of University Grants Commission, New Delhi, the new-generation BVoc Courses based on the National Skill Qualification Framework (NSQF) approved by AICTE are offered to address the critical knowledge and skill-sets required to make the candidate “industry ready” and also shape “young-entrepreneurs” in the relevant sectors.

The Skill-Development component will provide students with appropriate domain based skill, knowledge, practice and professional attitude, so as to become work ready. The General Component which is about 40% of the total curriculum gives adequate emphasis to current affairs, languages and communication skills. The new generation BVoc Courses which are based on contemporary curricula, therefore, provide a new direction and thrust to skill development in the various sectors which operate in a globally competitive environment.

The initiative is a significant one as it goes a long way in promoting skill-based competency modules where a student can undergo skill-based learning and have both lateral and vertical mobility. Such an arrangement would encourage employability, and also flexibility to pursue formal education and take up appropriate jobs at the end of different levels of certification. The programme offers multiple exit options, wherein after the first year, the candidate can exit with a Diploma in a specific skill area or can move to BA/BSc of maximum duration of two and a half years.  After two years, the candidate can exit with Advanced Diploma in the skill or, if he/she so desires, can move towards BTech of maximum duration of Three years. After earning the BVoc degree, he/she has two options viz. (a) to start a micro level enterprise or (b) move to a master’s course followed by research in the specific skill area.

For the last several years, the DEI has emerged as the largest vocational training provider in the country. The DEI has also been recognised by the MHRD and the U. P. Govt. as one of the government training provider agencies. The Dayalbagh Educational Institute has started BVoc programmes in six trades from the session 2015-16. These programmes will ensure that the students graduating in these trades possess adequate knowledge and skills. The University has already acquired state-of-the-art infrastructure in terms of training equipment, human resources, industry partners and quality education framework. With multi point entry/exit and progressive education system, the curriculum designed by the Institute supports the development of individuals in realizing their potential and needs.

1.  BVoc in Dairy Technology

The world over, dairy sector has a large potential for growth and socio-economic impact as it leads to a number ofjob prospects and entrepreneurial opportunities. India is the largest milk producing country in the world and has a potential to offer a number of avenues to the persons skilled in this area.  The front end of this industry, i.e., Milk Processing and Dairy Products Manufacturing has witnessed immense development and has a great potential to bloom and offer a number of jobs as well as entrepreneurial opportunities. However, the   dairy farm is yet to witness this kind of development in the country as most of the dairy farmers are not aware of the modern packages/ practices/ technologies. Therefore, this course is intended to skill students in these two areas and make them confident skill wise, to take up either job or entrepreneurship in Dairy Farming/Technology.  The programme also helps in gaining insight in areas like improving the milk productivity, milk product innovations, value addition, increasing the shelf-life, earning foreign exchange and enhancing manufacturing competitiveness.

The curriculum includes general education components like, soft skill, biochemistry, microbiology, ICT application, human resource management and the skill-based components like, dairy technology, dairy microbiology, dairy process engineering, technology of manufacturing various milk products, dairy plant/farm design operation & management, safety & quality control, dairy business management, marketing & packaging of dairy product, etc. and entrepreneurship activities apart from industrial internships in selected areas.

2. BVoc in Renewable Energy

Renewable energy contributes to energy supply reserves and the environment. India is fortunate in having a lot of resources of solar, hydro, wind, wave, and tidal hydro-electric energy. Development must, however, occur with proper attention to the technical, economic and operational constraints associated with increase in penetration of such technology. DEI being a pioneer in developing systems to preserve the environment and the society, the renewable energy programme will facilitate the students with the technical expertise of the Institute and living laboratories available thereby creating trained manpower for enhanced employability and motivated entrepreneurs.

The curriculum includes general education components like Physiscs, Chemistry, Computer Science and Electronics and the skill-based subjects like Solar Photovltaic Technoligies and System, Solar Thermal Technology, Bio Mass Systems, Wind Energy Systems, Smart Grids, Green Buildings and entrepreneurship activities apart from industrial internships in selected areas.

3.  BVoc in Textile

Textile designis essentially the process of creating designs for woven, knitted or printed fabrics. Textile designers are involved with the production of these designs, which are used, sometimes repetitively, in clothing and interior decor items. It is a creative field and includes fashion design, carpet manufacturing and any other cloth-related field. The creative process often begins with different art mediums to map concepts for the finished product. State-of-the-art computer-aided designsoftwareis used to create specific designs. Some of the latest advances in textile printing have been in the area of digital printing.

The DEI is well known for its highly qualified staff and state-of-the-art infrastructure in the area of textile. All advanced equipment and softwares are available and the students already enrolled are exposed to the state-of-the-art faciltites and collaboration with modern industries.

The curriculum includes general education components like Psychology etc. and the skill-based subjects like Designing, Dyeing, Drawing, Weaving, Printing, Colour matching, Designing using softwares like Coral Draw, illustrator, Wilcome and entrepreneurship activities apart from industrial internships in selected areas.

4. BVoc in Automobile

This course is designed to meet the ever growing automotive sector in the country and abroad. Several aspects of automotive sector were considered and the curriculum is designed to put emphasis on understanding aspects of a vehicle’s functioning, construction and diagnostics and trouble shooting.

The curriculum focuses mainly on vehicle design, development and manufacturing, associated innovations and building features, creating new technologies, applications, technology convergence in automotive- digital and communications.  The students will also be made to understand the transportation systems, which include covering Vehicle to Vehicle and Vehicle to Infrastructure communications, Smart Cities, Roads, Internet of Things and impact on the society, personal urban transport, driver less transport mechanism.

With respect to industrial collaboration, the Institute with the help of joint collaboration with automobile industries provided inputs regarding skill-set required to enhance the employability of the students.

5. BVoc in Food Processing

BVoc in Food Processing is based on developing a set of methods and techniques which can be used to transform raw materials into nutritious and safe food for consumption. It thus incorporates value addition to various raw materials. This course is designed to improve promotion of the food products. This course offers exponential career opportunities to trained professionals in food processing. The curriculum has been designed to include general education and skill development components, having extensive practical and on job trainings along with regular industrial visits so that the students can be easily absorbed in Food Industry or become Entrepreneurs.

The curriculum includes general education components like Chemistry, Computer Science and Botany and the Skill-based subjects like fruits & vegetable processing, milk & dairy products, agro products and entrepreneurship activities apart from industrial internships in selected areas.

6. BVoc. in Apparel Design

BVoc programme in Apparel Design aims to inculcate technical skills and knowledge base required in this field. Professionals required for manufacturing and merchandising apparel and related products will be produced. The students enrolled in this course will be imparted theoretical and practical knowledge about the latest trends of apparel industry. Various aspects of production, merchandising, quality and technology area will be covered with an extensive exposure to related industries. Interaction with industries during the course work will help the students in their employment and entrepreneurial activities.

New Programmes Introduced in 2018-19 session:

  1. B.VOC. IN COMMERCIAL ARTS 
  2. B.VOC. IN CERAMIC AND POTTERY DESIGN
  3. B.VOC. IN TOURSIM AND HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
  4. B.VOC. IN BANKING AND FINANCE
  5. B.VOC. IN ACCOUNTING AND TAXATION
  6. B.VOC. IN TELEMATICS
  7. B.VOC. IN GREEN HOUSE TECHNOLOGY
  8. B.VOC. IN ROBOTICS AND AI
  9. B.VOC. IN DIGITAL MANUFACTURING

The curriculum includes general education components like home science, sociology and psychology and the skill-based subjects related to apparel manufacturing, pattern making, sewing, CAD, textile technology and entrepreneurship activities apart from industrial internships in selected areas.

Options available after BVoc :

 The students, after completing various semesters can either switch over to other general education based degree courses or after completing the BVoc programme, they can go for MVoc and also pursue doctoral degree programme.


               

Eligibility for BVoc Programmes :

(a) BVoc in Dairy Technology: 10+2 or an equivalent certificate.

(b)BVoc in Renewable Energy:  (10+2) with PCM or an equivalent certificate.

(c)  BVoc in Textile:  Female candidates with 10+2 or an equivalent certificate.

(d)  BVoc in Automobile: Male candidates (10+2) with PCM or an equivalent certificate.

(e) BVoc in Apparel Design: Female candidates with 10+2 or an equivalent certificate.

(f)   BVoc in Food Processing:Female candidates with 10+2 or an equivalent certificate.

BVoc Written Test:

BVoc:  Textile/Apparel Design/Food Processing/ Dairy Technology:

(a) The test paper shall have the following four subjects all of which are compulsory: (i) General Knowledge and Current Affairs (ii) The Human Body, Health & Hygiene (iii) Quantitative Aptitude (iv) Environment,  Agriculture, Indian heritage, Arts & culture-various art forms, places and artists, Indian Festivals & Religions.

BVoc: Renewable Energy/Automobile:

(b)  Besides one compulsory paper on General Knowledge & Current Affairs, the test shall have four subjects, all having equal marks on (i)  Chemistry (ii) Mathematics (iii) Physics.

Glimpses of BVoc: Dairy Technology and Food Processing

 

       

Glimpses of BVoc Apparel Design and Textile

 

 

Faculty of Social Sciences

The faculty of Social Sciences came into existence in the year 1994 by separating three Departments, viz., Economics, Psychology; and Sociology & Political Science from the Faculty of Arts. In 2005, the Department of ACEEFO was brought under the umbrella of the Faculty. Department of Management got the independent entity in 2006. Presently, the Faculty has the following four Departments:     

1. Economics

2. Management

3. Psychology

4. Sociology & Political Science

All the Departments of the Faculty offer Undergraduate, Postgraduate and PhD programmes.

 

DETAILS OF PROGRAMMES OF STUDY

Bachelor of Social Sciences, BA(SSc) Honours  (Economics, Psychology, Sociology and Political Science)

  1. Duration: 6 Semesters
  2. Number of seats: 80
  3. Eligibility: Intermediate from DEI or any other recognized Board of Secondary Education.
  4. Gender: only for female candidates at present.
  5. Age Limit: as per the Institute norms.
  6. Subject Option for Written Test : The test paper shall have questions from the following subjects:  Hindi, English, Home Science, Music (Sitar/Tabla/Vocal), Sanskrit, Economics, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, History and Culture, besides  one compulsory section  on General Knowledge & Current Affairs. A candidate will be required to answer questions on any four subjects including the compulsory section depending on the major subjects they intend to take for their BA (Social Sciences) Programme in accordance with the groupings as mentioned in the Prospectus.

(For further details, please refer the Syllabus of the Institute for Written Admission Test 2016-17).

  1. Computation of admission merit: the following components will be used for computing the admission merit:  Academic Merit, Written Objective test and Personal Interview.

Note: For opting any discipline as a course of study as (one of the major courses), a candidate has to qualify the written test in the respective discipline.

BVoc Programmes: Banking and Finance

Bachelor of Business Administration, BBA (Hons.)

  1. Duration :  6 Semesters
  2. Number of Seats: 60
  3. Eligibility: Intermediate from DEI or any recognized Board of Secondary Education.
  4. Gender: For all
  5. Age Limit: as per Institute’s norms
  6. Subject Options for Written Test: The test paper shall have questions from the following four areas all of which are compulsory:

                                                               i.      English Language, Expression and Comprehension,

                                                             ii.      General Knowledge and Current Affairs,

                                                            iii.      Logic & Reasoning, and

                                                           iv.      Optional Subjects

(For further details, please refer the Syllabus of the Institute for Written Admission Test 2016-17).

  1. Computation of Admission Merit: the following components will be used for computing the admission merit:  Academic Merit, Written Objective test and Personal Interview.

NOTE: Lateral Entry and Lateral Transition: After completion of second year of BBA , 10 students on the basis of the Academic Merit of 4 Semesters (Regular BBA) and minimum CGPA of 7.5out of 10 will have an option to get direct admission to MBA (Integrated) programme.

 

Integrated Programme:

Post Graduate Diploma in Business Economics (PGDBE)-MA (Applied Economics)-MPhil

  1. Post Graduate Diploma in Business Economics (PGDBE): Students interested in joining MA (Applied Economics) must apply for PGDBE only.
  2. MA (Applied Economics)

Students passing PGDBE with CGPA of 5.5/10 or more are eligible to be admitted to the Third Term (summer) of MA (Applied Economics) in the integrated PGDBE-MA (Applied Economics).

  1. Duration: 3 Semesters plus one summer term
  2. No. of seats: 20
  3. Age Limit: as per the Institute norms.
  4. Subjects for Written Objective Test: The test will have questions that will judge the aptitude, analytical and comprehension ability besides critical thinking of the candidates. Additionally, there will be compulsory section which will include questions on general awareness (General Knowledge, Indian Culture, Indian Agriculture, etc.).

(For further details, please refer the Syllabus of the Institute for Written Admission Test 2016-17).

  1. Computation of Admission Merit: the following components will be used for computing the admission merit:  Academic Merit, Written Test, and Interview.

 


Master of Arts (Social Sciences) Psychology, Political Science & Sociology

  1. Duration: 3 Semesters Plus 1 Summer Term
  2. No. of seats: 20 in each subject
  3. Eligibility: Graduate in the subject concerned.
  4. Age Limit: As per Institute Norms
  5. Gender: For All
  6. Subjects for Written Test: The test will have questions that will judge the aptitude, analytical and comprehension ability besides critical thinking of the candidates. Additionally, there will be compulsory section which will include questions on general awareness (General Knowledge, Indian Culture, Indian Agriculture, etc.). Multiple choice questions related to the subject concerned will also be asked.

(For further details, please refer the Syllabus of the Institute for Written Admission Test 2016-17).

  1. Computation of admission merit: the following components will be used for computing the admission merit:  Academic Merit, Written Test and Interview

 

Postgraduate Diploma in Safety, Health, and Environment

  1. Duration: 2 Semesters
  2. Number of Seats: 20
  3. Eligibility: Graduate in any discipline with Honours or with at least 55% marks or CGPA of 5.5/10 and with Science at Intermediate level  
  4. Gender: Both for male and female candidates. 
  5. Age Limit: as per the Institute’s norms.
  6. Subject for Written Objective Test: The test will judge the aptitude, analytical and comprehension ability besides critical thinking of the candidates. Additionally, there will be compulsory section which will include questions on general awareness (General Knowledge, Indian Culture, Indian Agriculture, etc.) and respective subject.

(For further details, please refer the Syllabus of the Institute for Written Admission Test 2016-17).

  1. Computation of Admission Merit: Will be based on the following components:  Academic Merit,    Written Objective Test and Personal Interview.

 

CERTIFICATE COURSES: Non-Credit Vocational and Skill Enhancement Courses from 1 week to 4 Month duration are being offered both on campus and off campus particularly to women of weaker sections of society living in slums. There is no age bar for these courses. Male Children up to the age of 14 years can also join these courses both on campus and off campus.  The basic objective to offer these courses is women empowerment.

Postgraduate Diploma in Human Rights and Social Work

Postgraduate Diploma in Urban Planning and Management

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

  1. Duration: 4 Semesters including 1 Work Term
  2. No. of seats: 60
  3. Eligibility: Open for both male and female candidates. Graduate in any discipline (Arts/Business Management/ Commerce/Science/ Social Science/Engineering/ Law/ <edoca; Sciences).
  4. Age Limit: As per the Institute norms
  5. Gender: Open for All
  6. Subjects for Written Test: The test will have questions that will judge the aptitude, analytical and comprehension ability besides critical thinking of the candidates. Additionally, there will be compulsory section which will include questions on general awareness (General Knowledge, Indian Culture, Indian Agriculture, etc.).

(For further details, please refer the Syllabus of the Institute for Written Admission Test 2016-17).

  1. Computation of admission merit: The following components will be used for computing the admission merit:  Academic Merit, Written Test, Group Discussion and Personal Interview

 

Master of Philosophy (MPhil) in Economics, Psychology, Sociology, Political Science and Management

  1. Duration: MPhil Programme is of 2 Semester Terms. The first Semester Term commences from January to April and the second one, from May to August every year.
  2. No. of seats: 10 in each subjects
  3. Eligibility: Open for both male and female candidates. Master’s Degree in the concerned subject with at least 55% marks or CGPA 5.5/10.
  4. Gender: Open for All
  5. Age Limit: as per the Institute’s norms
  6. Last Date for form submission: 30th November every year (Exact date will be notified well in advance.)
  7. Date of Written Test: December every year (exact date will be notified well in advance)
  8. Subjects for Written Objective Test: Written Test will have the following 3 sections:

Section A: Fundamental knowledge of subjects of the faculty, Logical Reasoning, General Knowledge,  Quantitative Ability and Computer Awareness.

Section B: Questions to assess the research-related reasoning and writing skills of the candidates.

Section C: Subject related questions of specialized nature related to particular discipline/subject of the Faculty.

(For further details, please refer the Syllabus of the Institute for Written Admission Test 2016-17).

  1. Computation of admission merit: the following components will be used for computing the admission merit:  Academic Merit, Written Test and Interview

 

Doctor of Philosophy (Phd) Programme : Please refer Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) section in the prospectus of the Institute.

Direct Admission to BA (Soccial Sciences), MA (Social Sciences), MBA, MPhil and PhD Programmes
                Please see the relevant section of the Prospectus of the Institute.

Faculty of Science

 

The erstwhile REI Degree College which was affiliated to Agra University, became the part of Dayalbagh Educational Institute (Deemed University) in 1981. The Faculty has focused its academic programme, with highly qualified faculty and strong commitment towards excellence in teaching and research in areas relevant to the modern society. It is equipped with a wide range of sophisticated experimental facilities to support the academic activities including research. Faculty departments receive grants under SAP, FIST, DSR and INSPIRE programmes besides research grants from agencies such as UGC, CSIR, DST, BRNS, AICTE, DRDO, etc. There are several MoUs and international research collaborations. Recently, Biodiversity Park, Security & Surveillance network and 5G labs have been established. Faculty of Science is an integrated unit of the following Departments:

1.       Botany

2.       Chemistry

3.       Mathematics

4.       Physics & Computer Science

5.       Zoology

PROGRAMMES OFFERED BY THE FACULTY     

(A)  UNDERGRADUATE

BSc Honours (1) Botany (2) Chemistry (3) Mathematics (4) Physics (5) Zoology (6) Computer Science (7) Applied Botany (8) Agriculture Sciences. Any specific combination of subjects would run only if there are a minimum of 10 students opting for it. In addition, students can also opt for a combination of Mathematics & Economics as major subjects in the first four semesters and major in Mathematics in their last two semesters.

a.       Duration: 6 semesters.

b.      No. of seats: 115

c.       Eligibility:  Intermediate from DEI or any recognized Board of Secondary Education.

d.      Gender: open for both male and female candidates.

e.      Written Objective test: Besides one compulsory paper on General Knowledge & Current Affairs, the test shall have questions on Botany, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, Zoology, Economics and Psychology. Out of the seven subjects, the candidates will attempt any three subjects depending on the subjects they are likely to offer as major and faculty half courses in accordance with the grouping as mentioned in the Prospectus.

f.        Computation of admission merit:  Academic Merit, Written Objective Test and Personal Interview.

(For further details, please refer the Syllabus of the Institute for Written Admission Test 2016-17).

BVoc Programmes: Dairy Technology, Agriculture Technology, Internet of Things, Telematics, Green House Technology

 

(B)  POSTGRADUATE  

MSc (Botany/Botany (Plant & Microbial Biotechnology), Chemistry, Mathematics/ Mathematics (Computer Applications), Physics/Physics (Electronics)/Physics (Computer Science), Zoology.

a.       Duration: 3 semesters plus 1 summer term.

b.      No. of seats: 12 each in Botany, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics and Zoology and 10 in Computer Science.

  1. Eligibility: Graduate with Honours or Graduate with at least 60% marks or CGPA of 6.0/10 in the concerned subject.
  2. Gender: open for both male and female candidates.

e.      Written test: The test will be of two hour duration and will have questions that will be of graduate level on the subject concerned. Additionally, there will be a compulsory section which will include questions on General Awareness (General Knowledge, Indian Culture, Indian Agriculture, etc.).

f.        Computation of admission merit: Academic Merit, Written Objective Test and Personal Interview.

(For further details, please refer the Syllabus of the Institute for Written Admission Test 2016-17).

MVoc Programmes: Dairy Technology

 

MSc (Computer Science).

a.       Duration: 3 semesters plus 1 summer term.

b.      No. of seats: 10.

c.       Eligibility: BSc (Honours) in Computer Science or Bachelor of Computer Applications or equivalent with CGPA of 6.0/10 or equivalent. Candidates with a Graduate degree from other disciplines should have PGDCSA or equivalent with a minimum CGPA of 6.0/10 or equivalent.

d.      Gender: Open for both male and female candidates

e.      Written test: The test will be of two hour duration and will have questions that will be of graduate level on the subject concerned. Additionally, there will be a compulsory section which will include questions on General Awareness (General Knowledge, Indian Culture, Indian Agriculture, etc.).

(For further details, please refer the Syllabus of the Institute for Written Admission Test 2016-17).

f.        Computation of admission merit: Academic Merit, Written Objective Test and Personal Interview.

 

(C) INTEGRATED ProgramME

Integrated BSc (Comp. Sc.) Hons.–MSc (Comp. Sc.)–MTech (Engg. Sys.) with specialization in Computer Science

a.       Duration: 10 semesters plus 3 summer terms.

b.      No. of seats: 15 (BSc Hons.), Top 7 (MSc), Top 5 (MTech)

  1. Eligibility:             For MSc-Academic Merit of 4 Semesters of BSc Hons and minimum CGPA-7.5/10.

For MTech-Academic Merit in integrated programme is upto the point of admission, subject to minimum CGPA-8.0/10.

  1. Age limit: There is no minimum age limit but the maximum age should not exceed 21 years on the first of July of the year of admission. The upper age limit can be relaxed by three years in the case of candidates belonging to the Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe categories.
  2. Gender:               open for both male and female candidates

f.        Computation of admission merit: Academic Merit, Written Objective Test and Personal Interview.

 

(D)  POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA/DIPLOMA PROGRAMMES

PG Diploma in Computer Science and Applications [PGDCSA].

a.       Duration: 2 semesters plus summer term.

b.      No. of seats: 20.

  1. Eligibility: Graduate or Postgraduate with Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics as one of the major subjects or Engineering Graduate with a minimum CGPA of 6.0 out of 10.0 or equivalent
  2. Gender: open for both male and female candidates

e.      Written test: The test will be of two hour duration and will have questions that will judge the aptitude, analytical and comprehension ability besides critical thinking of the candidates. Additionally, there will be compulsory section which will include questions on general awareness (General Knowledge, Indian Culture, Indian Agriculture, etc).

(For further details, please refer the Syllabus of the Institute for Written Admission Test 2016-17).

f.        Computation of admission merit: Academic Merit, Written Objective Test and Personal Interview.

 

PG Diploma in Big Data, Logistics and Operations Research [PGDBD].

a.       Duration: 2 semesters plus summer term.

b.      No. of seats: 10.

  1. Eligibility: Graduate or Postgraduate with Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics as one of the major subjects or Engineering Graduate with a minimum CGPA of 6.0 out of 10.0 or equivalent.
  2. Gender: open for both male and female candidates

e.      Written test: The test will be of two hour duration and will have questions that will judge the aptitude, analytical and comprehension ability besides critical thinking of the candidates. Additionally, there will be compulsory section which will include questions on general awareness (General Knowledge, Indian Culture, Indian Agriculture, etc.).

(For further details, please refer the Syllabus of the Institute for Written Admission Test 2016-17).

f.        Computation of admission merit: Academic Merit, Written Objective Test and Personal Interview.

 

PG Diploma in Environment and Green Technology [PGDEGT].

a.       Duration: 2 semesters.

b.      No. of seats: 10

  1. Eligibility: Graduate or Postgraduate with Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics as one of the major subjects or Engineering Graduate with a minimum CGPA of 6.0 out of 10.0 or equivalent.
  2. Gender: open for both male and female candidates.
  3. Written test: The test will be of two hour duration and will have questions that will judge the aptitude, analytical and comprehension ability besides critical thinking of the candidates. Additionally, there will be compulsory section which will include questions on general awareness (General Knowledge, Indian Culture, Indian Agriculture, etc.).

(For further details, please refer the Syllabus of the Institute for Written Admission Test 2016-17).

f.        Computation of admission merit: Academic Merit, Written Objective Test and Personal Interview.

 

Diploma in Ayurveda (Up-Vaid)

a.       Duration: 4 semesters.

b.      No. of seats: 10.

  1. Eligibility: High School from U.P. Board or equivalent certificate.
  2. Gender: open for both male and female candidates.

e.      Written test: Level of questions for Diploma in Aurveda (Up-vaid) course will be of High School standard.

(For further details, please refer the Syllabus of the Institute for Written Admission Test 2016-17).

f.        Computation of admission merit: Academic Merit, Written Objective Test and Personal Interview.


MPhil PROGRAMME

Master of Philosophy.  The programme is available in the following subjects: Botany, Chemistry, Mathematics, Zoology, Physics, Computer Science.

a.       Duration: 2 semesters.

b.      No. of seats: 10in each subject

c.       Eligibility: Master’s Degree in the concerned subject with at least 55% mark s or CGPA 5.5/10

d.      Age limit: As per Institute's norms

  1. Gender: open for both male and female candidats
  2. Last date for form submission is: 30th November every year (if there is any change of date ,it will be notified before time on the institute's website.)

g.       Date of written test: December every year (Exact date will be notified well in advance.)

h.      Written test: The written Test will be of 90 minute duration and will have the following 3 sections:

·         Section A - General nature, comprising fundamental knowledge of subjects of Science Faculty, Logical Reasoning, General Knowledge, Quantitative Ability, and Computer Awareness.

·         Section B - Questions to assess the research-related reasoning and writing skills of the candidate.

·         Section C - Subject related questions of specialized nature related to particular discipline/subject of the Faculty.

*All the questions will be of multiple choice nature.there is no negative marking for wrong questions.

(For further details, please refer the Syllabus of the Institute for Written Admission Test 2016-17).

i.         Computation of admission merit: Academic Merit, Written Objective Test and Personal Interview.

 

PhD PROGRAMME:  Please refer the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) section of the Prospectus of the Institute.

 

CERTIFICATE

Nursing Aid

a.       Duration: 2 semesters

b.      No. of seats: 20

c.       Eligibility: X pass (only for females)

Midwifery

a.       Duration: 1 semesters

b.      No. of seats: 20

c.       Eligibility: VIII pass (only for females).

d.      Eligibility: X pass (only for females)

Companion Help.

a.       Duration: 1 semester.

b.      No. of seats: 20

c.       Eligibility: X pass.

d.      Eligibility: X pass (only for females)

 

      Direct Admission to BSc, MSc, MPhil and PhD Programmes
                Please see the relevant section of the Prospectus of the Institute.

Faculty of Engineering

D.E.I. Faculty of Engineering, the erstwhile D.E.I. Engineering College  was founded on 17th July 1950 by His Holiness Param Guru Huzur Mehtaji Maharaj also known as Er. Gur Charan Das Mehta, An Eminent Civil Engineer and Chancellor Medalist of Thomson College of Civil Engineering, Roorkee, in response to the country's need for trained technical man power. It became a part of the Dayalbagh Educational Institute (Deemed University) in the year 1981.The Faculty has held aloft the beacon of knowledge, research and education in the field of Engineering throughout its existence. Its innovative and comprehensive scheme of education aims at excellence but not at the cost of relevance, encourages initiative and creative work, which is inter-disciplinary and which prepares the student for the increasingly techno-oriented society of tomorrow. The mission objective of the value oriented educational system is to evolve a ‘Complete Man’, i.e., a well rounded person whose hallmarks are intellectual strength, emotional maturity, truthfulness, general awareness, devotion to duty, high moral character, simple living, scientific temperament and societal commitment. The Faculty offers a number of programmes at the undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral levels. The courses offered by the Faculty Engineering are AICTE approved and its departments are sponsored by DST - FIST & UGC – SAP.

 

ProgramMEs offered by the Faculty

1. Undergraduate Studies

Full Time: Four Year Bachelor of Technology

  1. Civil Engineering
  2. Electrical Engineering
  3. Footwear Technology
  4. Mechanical Engineering

Part Time: Bachelor of Technology in Electrical Engineering

B.Arch.

BVoc Programmes: Renewable Energy, Water Sanitation & Wate Management, Robotics & AI, Digital Manufacturing, Automobile 

2. Postgraduate Studies

  1. Full Time Master in Technology In Engineering Systems/ Specialization in Computer Science
  2. Part Time Master in Technology In Engineering Systems

MVoc Programmes: Automobile, Renewable Energy 

3. Doctor of Philosophy : PhD (Fulltime) and PhD (Part Time)

4. Integrated BTech, MTech and PhD

 

DETAILS OF PROGRAMMES OF STUDY

Undergraduate Programmes:

BTech (Civil): For both Male & Female candidates. In addition to the broad-based Degree in Civil Engineering, the following two specializations (optional) are also offered with the objective to encourage students who wish to specialize in an area:

a.      Specialization in Architectural Technology

b.      Specialization in Computer Science

  1. Duration:  8 Semesters
  2. No. of Seats: 60
  3. Integrated Programmes:              (i) BTech (Civil) integrated MTech (Engg. Systems);
                                                                    (ii) BTech Integrated MBA

 

BTech (Electrical): For both Male & Female candidates. In addition to the broad-based Degree in Electrical Engineering, the Department also offers following specializations (optional) with the objective to encourage students who wish to specialize in an area:

a.       Specialization in Electronics & Communication

b.      Specialization in Computer Scienc

  1. Duration: 8 Semesters
  2. No. of Seats: 60
  3. Integrated Programmes:              (i) BTech (Electrical) integrated MTech (Engg. Systems);
                                                                    (ii) BTech Integrated MBA

 

BTech (Footwear Technology): For both Male & Female candidates.

  1. Duration: 8 Semesters
  2. No. of Seats: 60
  3. Integrated Programmes:              (i) BTech (Footwear Technology) Integrated MTech (Engg. Systems);                                                                      (ii) BTech Integrated MBA

 

BTech (Mechanical):For both Male & Female candidates. In addition to the broad-based Degree in Mechanical Engineering, the Department also offers the following specializations (optional) with the objective to encourage students who wish to specialize in an area:

a.       Specialization in Industrial Engineering

b.      Specialization in Computer Science

  1. Duration: 8 Semesters
  2. No.of Seats: 60
  3. Integrated Programmes:              (i) BTech (Mechanical) integrated MTech (Engg. Systems);
                                                                    (ii) BTech Integrated MBA

 

BCom./BBA Dual Degree with BTech Footwear Technology: For both Male & Female

  1. Duration: 8 Semesters(with additional summer terms)
  2. No. of Seats: 60 (inclusive of BTech Footwear Technology)

For all the above programmes:

Eligibility Criteria

Age limit:                                     Maximum age should not exceed 21 years for male candidates as on 1stof July of the year of admission. (Age limit can be relaxed by 3 years for SC/ST candidates)

Minimum Qualification:         Intermediate from DEI or any recognized Board of Secondary Education with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM) stream, with at least 60% normalized marks or normalized CGPA of 6.0 out of 10 in Mathematics. All the applicants also need to appear in the JEE (Mains) conducted by CBSE in the year 2016. Their obtained score in JEE (Mains) would be part-utilized in the computation of merit.The applications of students who have not appeared in JEE (Mains) shall also be considered. However, in their case, the component of marks allocated under JEE (Mains) Scores shall be taken as zero.

Computation of Admission Merit:    5% of the normalized marks scored in High School or in Class X, 60%of the normalized marks of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics at the Intermediate or equivalent examination, 15% of the JEE (Mains) Score, and 20% of Personal Interview.

                                                        Final selection for admission will be made on the basis of the merit on the following parameters.

•     Academic Merit computed from the marks obtained in various pre-qualifying and/or qualifying examinations.

•     JEE (Mains) score will be considered.

•     Personal Interview: 

Lateral Entry and Lateral Transition: A few selected meritorious students admitted in the Institute may be given chance for lateral transition between various departments.

 

BTech (Electrical) (Part-time):Only for Male candidatesIn addition to the broad-based Degree in Electrical Engineering, the Department also offers the following specializations (optional) with the objective to encourage students who wish to specialize in an area:

  1. Specialization in Electronics & Communication
  2. Specialization in Computer Science
  3. Duration: 10 Semesters
  4. No. of Seats: 60
  5. AgeLimit:             There is no age limit for this programme.
  6. Minimum Qualification: Candidates with 3 year Diploma in any branch of Engineering with preference given to persons employed in the vicinity of the Institute.
  7. Computation of Admission Merit: This is based on Academic Merit, Written Test & Personal Interview.

GLIMPSES OF ENGINEERING FACULTY

       

Written Test:     The test paper shall have the following four compulsory sections: (i) General Knowledge and Current Affairs, (ii) Logical & Quantitative Ability, (iii) Mathematics and (iv) Basic Electrical Engineering. The topics in Mathematics include Matrices, Differential & Integral Calculus, Vector Analysis & Vector Calculus, Ordinary & Partial Differential Equations and Statistics. The topics of Basic Electrical Engineering are Basic Circuit Analysis, AC Circuits, Magnetic Circuits & Transformers, Electrical Machines and Electrical Measurements.

 

Postgraduate Programmes:

MTech in Engineering Systems (Full-time): Only for Male candidates

MTech in Engineering Systems with Specialization in Computer Science (Full-time): For both Male and Female candidates.

These programmes lay emphasis on the interdisciplinary nature of several emerging thrust areas in Engineering to meet the requirements of a higher level of skill in planning, analysis, design and operation of Engineering Systems with a strong foundation in computers.

For both the above programmes:

  1. Duration: 4 Semesters Plus 1 Summer Term.
  2. No. of Seats: 30 [(a) and (b)]
  3. Eligibility:

Age limit:                                             There is no age limit for this programme.

Minimum Qualification:                 Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science & Engineering/ Electrical/ Electronics & Communication/ Mechanical/ Production/ Industrial Engineering.

Computation of Admission Merit:This is based on Academic Merit, Written Test & Personal Interview.

Written Test:                                     The test will be of two hour duration and will have questions that will be of UG level on the subject concerned. Additionally, there will be a compulsory section which will include questions on General Awareness (General Knowledge, Indian Culture, Indian Agriculture, etc.).

Integrated Programmes:              Integrated MTech – PhD

Direct Admission:                             Students who pass their BTech Course from this Institute with CGPA of 9.0/10 or above, may be directly admitted to the MTech programme whereas students with a CGPA of 8.5 to below 9.0/10 may be directly admitted to the Postgraduate programme of study in the same discipline. For other details of Direct Admission please see the relevant part of the prospectus of the Institute.

 

MTech in Engineering Systems (Part-time): Only for Male candidates

This programme lays emphasis on the interdisciplinary nature of several emerging thrust areas in Engineering to meet the requirements of a higher level of skill in planning, analysis, design and operation of Engineering Systems with a strong foundation in computers.

a.                     Duration: 8 Semesters Plus 3 Summer Terms

b.                    No. of Seats: 13

c.                     Eligibility: Same as that for Full-time programme as above. Candidates should preferably be employed and must produce ‘No Objection Certificate’ at the time of selection process. Age limit, Minimum Qualification, Computation of Admission Merit, Written Test, Integrated Programmes andDirect Admission criteria are same as that of Full-timeprogramme.

 

Integrated BTech – MTech: Only for Male Candidates

This programme lays emphasis on the interdisciplinary nature of several emerging thrust areas in Engineering to meet the requirements of a higher level of skill in planning, analysis, design and operation of Engineering Systems with a strong foundation in computers.

  1. Duration: 10 Semesters Plus 3 Summer Terms
  2. No. of Seats: 5 (Electrical), and 5 (Mechanical)
  3. Age limit:             There is no minimum age limit but the maximum age should not exceed 21 years on the first of July of the year of admission, except for female students. The upper age limit can be relaxed by three years in the case of candidates belonging to the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes categories.

Minimum Qualification: Same as BTech (Full-time)

Computation of Admission Merit: Academic Merit of 6 Semesters (Regular BTech)

Lateral Entry and Lateral Transition: A few selected meritorious students admitted in the 3-year Diploma Programme of the Institute may be given admission to Second Year BTech through lateral entry (This scheme is offered after Second and Third year of Diploma Programme for Intermediate and High school or Class X based Diploma Students respectively).

                                (No. of Seats: Maximum 15% of the total seats in First Year).

 

PhD PROGRAMME:  Please refer Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) section of the Prospectusof the Institute.

 

Integrated BTech - Master of Technology – Doctor of Philosophy:

a.       Duration: 14 Semesters  (Minimum)

b.      No. of Seats: Subject to the availability of seats for PhD

c.       Eligibility:

Age limit: As per BTech norms

Gender wise allocation of seats: Both Male and Female Candidates.

Minimum qualification: As per BTech norms

d.      Computation of admission merit: As per BTech norms

Written test: As per PhD norms. Please see the relevant section of the prospectus of the Institute.

Lateral entry and lateral transition:  Applicable.

GLIMPSES OF FOOTWEAR TECHNOLOGY

 

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES OF FACULTY OF ENGINEERING, DEI AT A GLANCE

Programme

Duration

No. of Seats

Maximum Age limit

Gender-wise Allocation of Seats

Minimum Qualification

Computation of admission merit

Written Test

Lateral Entry and Lateral Transition

BTech (Elect.)

8 Semesters

60 (Each)

Should not exceed 21 years (A relaxation of 3 years for SC/ST candidates) on 01.07.2016, except for female students

Male & Female

10+2 with a minimum of  60% marks in PCM and in Mathematics

5% of the normalized marks scored in High School/Class X, 60% of the normalized marks of PCM at the Intermediate/ equivalent exam., 15% of the JEE (Mains) Score, and 20% of Personal Interview

No Separate Written Test

[Only JEE (Mains) Score]

Lateral Entry from Diploma in Engg. after completing 2nd & 3rd years

BTech (Mech.)

BTech (Civil)

BTech (Footwear Tech.)

8 Semesters

Total 60

Integrated Dual Degree BTech (Footwear Tech.) + BBA

8 Semesters with additional Summer Terms

Integrated Dual Degree BTech (Footwear Tech.) + BCom.

BTech (Elect.) PT

10 Semesters

60

NA

 Male

3 years Diploma in Engineering

 

 

NA

 

 RE – Renewable Energy, PT – Part-time, NA – Not Applicable

Faculty of Education

The origin of the Faculty of Education, Dayalbagh Educational Institute can be traced back to the setting up of the Women's Training College, Dayalbagh in 1947 which was a premier institution of women's teacher education in Northern India. With the establishment of DEI (Deemed University) in 1981, the Faculty of Education came into existence with the merger of the Department of Education of the Radhasoami Educational Institute and the Women's Training College. The Faculty aims at preparing dedicated, skilled, knowledgeable and creative quality teachers possessing high standards of professional ethics to meet and enrich the evolving demands of the educational system and the society at large. The Faculty also aims at preparing quality teacher educators who perform complex duties ranging from effective classroom teaching to moulding the value system of pupils and undertaking administrative responsibilities with élan. It thus prepares teacher educators and researchers to play a leading role in their profession. Faculty of Education is recognized by NCTE and has 'A' Grade Accreditation. It has two Departments:

  • Foundations of Education
  • Pedagogical Sciences

PROGRAMMES OFFERED BY THE FACULTY

1.       Bachelor of Education (BEd)

2.       Master of Education (MEd)

3.       Master of Philosophy MPhil (Education)

4.       Doctor of Philosophy - PhD (Education) Full Time& Part Time

5.       Diploma in Elementary Education

DETAILS OF PROGRAMMES OF STUDY

Bachelor of Education (BEd)      

  1. Duration:  4 Semesters
  2. No.of Seats: 300
  3. Eligibility:

Minimum Qualification: Candidates with at least 50% Marks or CGPA of 5.0/10 either in Bachelor’s Degree and / or in the Master’s Degree in Science / Social Science /Humanities, Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or Technology with specialization in Science and Mathematics with 55%  marks or CGPA of 5.5/10 or any other qualification equivalent thereto, are eligible to apply for admission to the programme. There shall be a relaxation of 5% marks (or equivalent grade point average) for Scheduled Caste (SC)/Scheduled Tribe (ST)/ and Differently Abledcandidates in the qualifying examination(As per NCTE Act 2014).

  1. Computation of Admission Merit:Final selection for admission will be made on the basis of the following parameters:

•     Academic Merit computed from the marks obtained in various pre-qualifying and/or qualifying examinations.

•     Written Objective Test

•     Personal Interview

  1. Written Test: The Written Objective Test will be of two hours, with four multiple choice answers to each question which will be asked on the following subjects:

Section A: General Knowledge & Current Affairs

Section B: Language Proficiency (Hindi & English)

Section C: Teaching Aptitude

Section D: Subject Knowledge in Science, Social Sciences and Mathematics up to Secondary level.

(For further details, please refer the Syllabus of the Institute for Written Admission Test 2016-17).

 

Master of Education (MEd)        

  1. Duration:  4 Semesters
  2. No.of Seats: 50
  3. Eligibility:

Minimum Qualification: BEd or equivalent with at least 50% marks or CGPA 5.0/10. There shall be a relaxation of 5% marks (or equivalent grade point average) for Scheduled Caste (SC)/Scheduled Tribe (ST)/ Physically Challenged (PC) candidates in the qualifying examination.

  1. Computation of Admission Merit: Final selection for admission will be made on the basis of following parameters:

·         Academic Merit computed from the marks obtained in qualifying examination.

·         Written Objective Test

·         Personal Interview

  1. Written Test: The written entrance test will be of two hours, with Multiple Choice Questions.

Section A: Fundamentals of Educational Theory

Section B: Fundamentals of Educational Psychology

Section C: Education & National Development

Section D: School Management

(For further details, please refer the Syllabus of the Institute for Written Admission Test 2016-17).

 

Direct Admission to MEd, MPhil and PhD Programmes
                         Please see the relevant section of the Prospectus of the Institute.

 


Master of Philosophy- MPhil (Education)           

  1. Duration: 2 Semesters
  2. No.of Seats: 10
  3. Eligibility:

Minimum Qualification: MEd or MA (Education) with at least 55% marks or CGPA 5.5/10. There shall be a relaxation of 5% marks (or equivalent grade point average) for Scheduled Caste (SC)/Scheduled Tribe (ST)/ Physically Challenged (PC) candidates in the qualifying examination.

  1. Computation of Admission Merit: Final selection for admission will be made on the basis of following parameters:

•     Academic Merit computed from the marks obtained in the qualifying examination.

•     Written Objective Test

•     Personal Interview

  1. Written Objective Test: The Written Objective Test will be of 90 minutes.  It will consist of three Sections A, B and C with Multiple Choice Questions.

Section A:General nature of Education comprising itsfundamental knowledge, Logical Reasoning, General Knowledge, Quantitative Ability, and Computer Awareness.

Section B: Questions related to Reserch Methodology and Statistics and Research related reasoning and writing skills of the candidate.

Section C: Questions related to Philosophical, Sociological and Psychological fundamentals of Education.

(For further details, please refer the Syllabus of the Institute for Written Admission Test 2016-17).

 

PhD Programme:  Please refer Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) section of the Prospectusof the Institute.

Pre-School Teacher Education (PSTE) (Certificate Course)

  1. Duration: 2 Semesters
  2. No.of Seats: 20
  3. Eligibility:

Minimum Qualification: Candidates with at least 50% or CGPA of 5.0/10 in XII. There shall be a relaxation of 5% marks (or equivalent cumulative grade point average) for Scheduled Caste (SC)/Scheduled Tribe (ST)/ Physically Challenged (PC)candidates in the qualifying examination.

  1. Computation of Admission Merit: Final selection for admission will be made on the basis of the following parameters:

•     Academic Merit computed on the basis of the   marks obtained in pre-qualifying and /or qualifying examination.

•     Personal Interview

Faculty of Commerce

Faculty of Commerce enjoys the honour of being the oldest faculty of the Institute. With its modest beginning in 1947 with the foundation of the erstwhile REI Degree College. The Faculty focuses on the Ability and Skill Enhancement through its Core and Discipline Specific Elective Courses so that students become capable of effectively addressing the challenges of real life economic, business and entrepreneurial situations.

These comprehensive programmes have been developed for enhancement of the ability of the students in Commerce Stream by covering (A) Accountancy (B) Economic and Business Laws (C) Business Economics, (D) Commerce and Business Management and (E) International Business as Core and Discipline Specific Elective courses at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.  For the purpose of skills enhancement at undergraduate level, compulsory inter- disciplinary courses,  Business Communication (in Hindi and English) and various other work-based Training related to core courses have been incorporated.

PROGRAMMES OFFERED BY THE FACULTY:
(All Programmes offered in the faculty are open to both boys and girls.)

  1. Bachelor of Commerce (Honours)
  2. B.Voc in Accounting & Taxation
  3. Master of Commerce (Specialisation in International Business)
  4. Master of Commerce (General)
  5. Integrated Programmes
    1. Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) Integrated with MBA
    2. Master of Commerce Integrated with BEd

5.       Dual Degree Programme

 BCom (Honours)integrated Footwear Technology Dual Degree– Offered to students of BTech (Footwear Technology).

  1. Research Programmes
    1. Master of Philosophy
    2. Doctor of Philosophy (Full Time& Part Time)

DETAILS OF PROGRAMMES OF STUDY

Bachelor of Commerce (Honours)

a.       Duration: 6 Semesters (With Exit Option after First 4 Semesters)

b.      Number of Seats: 90

c.       Eligibility: Intermediate from DEI or any other recognized Board of Secondary Education.

d.      Age Limit: Maximum Age should not exceed 21 years on the 1st July of the year of admission except for female students.The upper age limit can be relaxed by three years in the case of candidates belonging to the Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe categories.

e.      Subject Options for Written Objective Test: Four compulsory sections each having 30 questions

a.       Book Keeping and Accountancy

b.      Business Organization

c.       Banking/Commercial Mathematics/High School level Mathematics

d.      General Knowledge and Current Affairs.

(The standard of the written test will be of Intermediate level.)

(For further details, please refer the Syllabus of the Institute for Written Admission Test 2016-17).

f.        Computation of Admission Merit will be on the following basis:                        

·         Academic Merit

·         Written Objective Test

·         Personal Interview

Note:    1. Lateral Entry:Students of Modern Office Management (Diploma and Certificate Programmes) of DEI may be admitted after a separate written test and personal interview based on Merit.

                2. Lateral Transition: On the basis of CGPA of first four semesters of BCom, students can opt for Integrated BCom. – MBA Programme.

 

Master of Commerce (International Business) and Master of Commerce (General)

a.       Duration: 3 Semesters plus 1 Summer Term

b.      Number of Seats: 20

c.       Eligibility: Graduate with Honours or Graduate with at least 60% marks or CGPA of 6.0/10 in Commerce or Business Management.

d.      Subject Options for Written Objective Test:

1.       Section A (Compulsory) includes questions on General Awareness (General Knowledge, Indian Culture, Indian Agriculture, etc.).

2.       Section B questions related to the subject

(The standard of the written objective test will be of graduate level.)

(For further details, please refer the Syllabus of the Institute for Written Admission Test 2016-17).

e.      Computation of Admission Merit will be on the following basis:        

·         Academic Merit

·         Written Objective Test

·         Personal Interview

 

Integrated Programmes:

Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) Integrated with MBA

  1. Duration: 8 Semesters

b.      No. of seats: 10

c.       Eligibility: Students of DEI pursuing Regular BCom. (Honours) may be admitted to this programme on the basis of Academic Merit of first 4 semesters with minimum CGPA 7.5/10.

 

Master of Commerce Integrated with BEd

  1. Duration: 7 Semesters plus Summer Term

b.      No. of seats: 10

c.       Eligibility: Students of DEI pursuing MCom on the basis of Academic Merit of first 2 semesters of MCom (subject to fulfilling the eligibility criteria as laid down by the Institute on the basis of NCTE directives).

BCom (Honours) integrated with BTech (Footwear Technology) Dual Degree  

Note: Please refer the Faculty of Engineering Section of the Prospectus of the Institute for Details.

Research Programmes:

Master of Philosophy (Mphil)

  1. Duration: 2 Semesters
  2. No. of seats: 10
  3. Eligibility: MCom students with at least 55% marks or CGPA 5.5/10.
  4. Last date for application form submission: November 30 every year (in case of date change, it will be notified on Institute’s Website well in advance).
  5. Date of Written Test: December every year (Exact date will be notified well in advance.)
  6. Subject Options for Written Objective Test: The written objective test will be of 90 minutes duration having questions on the following:

Section A - General nature, comprising fundamental knowledge of the subjects of the faculty, Logical Reasoning, General Knowledge, Quantitative Ability, and Computer Awareness.

Section B - Questions to assess the research-related reasoning and writing skills of the candidate.

Section C - Subject related questions of specialized nature will be related to Commerce discipline. (The level of the written test -qualifying examination (MCom).

(For further details, please refer the Syllabus of the Institute for Written Admission Test 2016-17).

g.       Computation of Admission Merit:

·         Written Objective Test

·         Personal Interview

PhD PROGRAMME:  Please refer the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) section of the Prospectus.

ENTRY – EXIT CHART

Direct Admission to BA, MA, MPhil and PhD Programmes
                         Please see the relevant section of the Prospectus of the Institute.

Faculty of Arts

Faculty of Arts was established in 1981. The fields of Humanities help in creating a balanced and well integrated personality. The subjects taught in the Faculty help in developing the aesthetic sense and awaken the finer sensibilities. The language courses enhance the eloquence of the students and, at the same time, develop a sense of literary appreciation. The study of Home Science helps the students to acquire various skills thereby helping them to get placements in industries and hospitals. The courses in Drawing & Painting and Music inculcate a sense of beauty and harmonious expression. In order to cater to the varied interests of the students, the Faculty has six Departments which offer UG/PG/MPhil/ PhD and various Certificate as well as Diploma programmes.

Faculty of Arts has the following six Departments:

1.Drawing & Painting

2.English Studies

3.Hindi

4.Home Science

5.Music

6.Sanskrit and Culture

PROGRAMMES OFFERED BY THE FACULTY

  • Undergraduate: BA Honours (Arts), BSc Honours (Home Science) 
  • BVoc Programmes: Apparel Design, Food Processing and Preservation, Textile, Commercial Arts, Ceramic and Pottery Design, Tourism and Hospitality Management 
  • Post Graduate: MA, MSc (Home Science)
  • M Phil: & PhD:  in all six subjects
  • MVoc Programmes: Apparel Design, Food Processing and Preservation, Textile
  • PG Diploma Courses - PGDT, PGDJMC, PGDDFM and PGDTDP
  • Modular Courses: Vyavasayik Hindi, Creative Writing, Translation, Traditional Indian Miniature Painting, Folk Songs of India, Repair and Maintenance of Musical Instruments, Gayaki of Agra Gharana, Photography & Photo Journalism, Block Printing.

DETAILS OF PROGRAMMES OF STUDY

Bachelor of Arts BA (Honours) (Drawing & Painting/ English Studies/ Hindi/ Home Science/ Music/ Sanskrit)

a.       Duration: 6 Semesters

b.      No. of Seats: 120

c.       Eligibility: Intermediate from DEI or any recognized Board of Secondary Education.

d.      Age Limit: There is no age limit for female candidates.

e.      Gender: Only for females 

f.        Subject options for Written Test: The test paper will have questions on the following subjects: Hindi, English, Home Science, Music (Sitar/Vocal/Tabla), Sanskrit, Economics, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology and History and Culture, besides one compulsory section on General Knowledge & Current Affairs.  A candidate will be required to answer questions on any four subjects including the compulsory section depending on the major subjects they intend to take for their BA/ BA (Social Science) programme, in accordance with the grouping as mentioned in this Prospectus. Candidates intending to take Drawing & Painting as one of the major subjects, will answer questions of three subjects in their OMR Sheets (answer-sheet), whereas regarding assessment for the fourth subject of Drawing & Painting, they will take a practical test in continuation to the written test. The duration of written test will remain the same for all. (For further details, please refer the Syllabus of the Institute for Written Admission Test 2016-17).

g.       Computation of Admission Merit: The admission merit will be basd on Academic Merit, Written Test and Personal Interview.

Integrated Programme: BA- BVoc- BA (SS)

a)      Duration : 8 Semesters plus Work Term

b)      No. of Seats : 10

c)       Eligibility: Academic Merit of 4 Semesters (Regular BA) and minimum CGPA- 7.5/10

d)      Gender : Only for females 

 

Post Graduate Courses/ Diplomas offered by the Faculty

                In the following narration, the word 'Graduate' refers to three year degree course under 10+2+3 system.

Post Graduate Diploma in Devotional & Folk Music (PGDDFM):

a)      Duration : 2 Semesters

b)      No. of Seats : 10

c)       Eligibility: Graduate in any subject with at least 55% marks or  CGPA of 5.5/10

d)      Gender :Only for females 

e)      Computation of Admission Merit: The following components will be used for computing the admission merit: Academic Merit, Practical Test and Personal Interview.

Post Graduate Diploma in Theology (PGDT):

a)      Duration : 2 Semesters

b)      No. of Seats : 10

c)       Eligibility: Graduate in any subject with at least 55% marks or  CGPA of 5.5/10

d)      Gender : For both males and females  

e)      Computation of Admission Merit: The following components will be used for computing the admission merit: Academic Merit, Written Test and Personal Interview.

Written Test: The test will have questions that will judge the aptitude, analytical and comprehension ability besides critical thinking of the candidates. Additionally, there will be a compulsory section which will include questions on general awareness (General Knowledge, Indian Culture, Indian Agriculture, etc.). (For further details, please refer the Syllabus of the Institute for Written Admission Test 2016-17).

Post Graduate Diploma in Textile Design & Printing (PGDTDP):

a)      Duration : 2 Semesters

b)      No. of Seats : 20

c)       Eligibility: Graduate in any subject with at least 55% marks or  CGPA of 5.5/10

d)      Gender :Only  for    females 

e)      Computation of Admission Merit: The following components will be used for computing the admission merit: Academic Merit, Practical Test and Personal Interview.

Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism & Mass Communication (PGDJMC):

a)      Duration : 2 Semesters

b)      No. of Seats : 10

c)       Eligibility: Graduate in any subject with at least 55% marks or  CGPA of 5.5/10

d)      Gender :For both males and females  

e)      Computation of Admission Merit: The following components will be used for computing the admission merit: Academic Merit, Written Test and Personal Interview.

Written Test: For PG Diploma Programmes, the test will have questions that will judge the aptitude, analytical and comprehension ability besides critical thinking of the candidates. Additionally, there will be a compulsory section which will include questions on general awareness (General Knowledge, Indian Culture, Indian Agriculture, etc.). (For further details, please refer the Syllabus of the Institute for Written Admission Test 2016-17).

Master of Arts (MA) in Drawing & Painting, English, Hindi, Music (Vocal/ Sitar/ Tabla), Sanskrit and Culture.

a)      Duration : 3 Semesters Plus  1 Summer Term

b)      No. of Seats : 20 in each subject

c)       Eligibility: Graduate with Honours or Graduate with at least 60% marks or CGPA of 6.0/10. For MA in Drawing & Painting/English/Music (Sitar/Tabla/Vocal), candidates with Graduate with Honours or Graduate with at least 55% marks or CGPA of 5.5/10 are also eligible.

d)      Gender : Only for females 

e)      Computation of Admission Merit: The following components will be used for computing the admission merit: Academic Merit, Written Objective Test and Personal Interview.

Written Objective Test: The test will have questions that will be of graduate level on the subject concerned. Additionally, there will be a compulsory section which will include questions on General Awareness (General Knowledge, Indian Culture, Indian Agriculture, etc.). In subjects of performing arts, like Music and Drawing & Painting, a practical test will be conducted in lieu of the written test. (For further details, please refer the Syllabus of the Institute for Written Admission Test 2016-17).

 

Master of Home Science with Specialization in Human Development (MSc Home Science):

a)      Duration : 3 Semesters Plus  1 Summer Term

b)      No. of Seats : 25

c)       Eligibility: Graduate with Honours or Graduate with at least 60% marks or CGPA of 6.0/10 in the concerned subject.

d)      Gender :Only  for    females 

e)      Computation of Admission Merit: The following components will be used for computing the admission merit: Academic Merit, Written Test and Personal Interview.

f)       Subjects for Written Test: The test will have questions that will be of graduate level on the subject concerned. Additionally, there will be a compulsory section which will include questions on General Awareness (General Knowledge, Indian Culture, Indian Agriculture, etc.). (For further details, please refer the Syllabus of the Institute for Written Admission Test 2016-17).

 

Integrated Programmes:

Integrated Post-Graduate Diploma (Theology) -   MA (Theology) – MPhil (Theology) – PhD

a)      Duration : 5 Semesters Plus Summer Terms For PhD Additional 4 Semesters (Minimum)

b)      No. of Seats : 10

c)       Admission based on previous  Academic Merit.

d)      Gender :For  both  males and females  

Integrated MA (English)- BEd

a)      Duration : 7 Semesters Plus one Summer Term

b)      Number of Seats : 10 (Out of 20 of MA [English])

c)       Admission based on Academic Merit of first two semesters of MA (English)

d)      Gender : Only for  females

e)      Written Objective Test:  the same as in case of MA (English)

f)       Eligibility:   DEI students pursuing MA English on the Academic Merit of first 2 semesteres of MA (English) subject to fulfilling the eligibility criteria as laid down by the Institute on the basis of NCTE directives.

MA (English) with Specialization in Journalism and Mass Communication

a)      Duration : 4 Semesters Plus Summer Terms

b)      No. of Seats : 5 (Out of 20 of MA[English]

c)       Admission based on Academic Merit, Written ObjectiveTest and Personal Interview as applicable to MA (English)

d)      Gender :Only for  females

e)      Written Objective Test:  the same as in case of MA (English)

 

Master of Philosophy (MPhil) (English/Hindi/Sanskrit/Theology/Music/Drawing & Painting/Home Science).

a)      Duration: 2 Semesters – The first Semester commences from January  to April and the second one from May to August every year.

b)      Number of Seats : 10 in each Department

c)       Eligibility: Master’s Degree in the concerned subject with at least 55% marks or CGPA 5.5/10.

d)      Gender :Only  for    females 

e)      Last Date for Application Form Submission: 30 November every year (If there is any change, it will be notified well before time.)

f)       Date of Written Test: December every year. (Exact date will be notified well in advance.)

g)      Computation of Admission Merit: The following components will be used for computing the admission merit: Academic Merit, Written Objective Test and Personal Interview.

Written Objective Test: The written Objective Test of 90 minutes will have the following 3 sections:

Section A - General nature, comprising fundamental knowledge of subjects of the concerned Faculty, Logical Reasoning, General Knowledge, Quantitative Ability, and Computer Awareness.

Section B - Questions to assess the research-related reasoning and writing skills of the candidate.

Section C - Subject related questions of specialized nature related to particular discipline/subject of the Faculty.

(For further details, please refer the Syllabus of the Institute for Written Admission Test 2016-17).

 

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) (English/Hindi/Sanskrit/Theology/Music/Drawing & Painting/Home Science).

(Please refer theDoctor of Philosophy (PhD) section of the Prospectusof the Institute.)

 

Modular Programmes Offered by the Faculty:

The Faculty offers a large number of vocational courses through Modular Programmes. These are employment-oriented programmes and are available at a nominal fee to all sections of the society without any age limit. Candidates interested in these programmes may contact the Course Coordinators of the Programmes/Dean of the offering Faculty for more details. Modular Courses are normally run four times in one academic session.

Modular Programmes

S.No.

Course

Offering Faculty/College

Duration

Eligibility

DEI Course Coordinator

Remarks

1.

Vyavasayik Hindi

Arts

9-Weeks

X Pass

Prof. Aditya Prachandia

Only for females at present

2.

Creative Writing

Arts

9-Weeks

X Pass

Prof. Meera Sharma

Only for females at present

3.

Translation

Arts

9-Weeks

X Pass

Prof. Prabha Sharma

Only for females at present

4.

Traditional Indian Miniature Painting

Arts

9-Weeks

X Pass

Prof. Ragini Roy

Only for females at present

5.

Folk Songs of India

Arts

9-Weeks

X Pass

Prof. Subhadra Satsangi

Only for females at present

6.

Repair and Maintenance of Musical Instruments

Arts

9-Weeks

X Pass

Prof. Subhadra Satsangi

Only for females at present

7.

Gayaki of Agra Gharana

Arts

9-Weeks

X Pass

Prof. Sudha Sahgal

Only for females at present

8.

Photography & Photo Journalism

Arts

9-Weeks

X Pass

Prof. Ragini Roy

Only for females at present

9.

Block Printing

Arts

9-Weeks

X Pass

Dr. Parul Bhatnagar

Only for females at present

1.1  RELAXATION IN ELIGIBILITY FOR VARIOUS UG/PG/PG DIPLOMA COURSES

A relaxation of 5% marks will be allowed for Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe and physically challenged candidates in eligibility criteria for all courses of studies.

1.2  WRITTEN OBJECTIVE TEST:

Appearance in written objective test is mandatory for admission and the applicant will appear in it at his/her own expense. Questions will be of objective type with each question having four choices  (only one correct). The scope of the written test would be of the level of the qualifying examination along with questions on General Knowledge. There will be no negative marking. Only such candidates, who appear in the written test and score at least 30% marks would be eligible to be called for Personal Interview. However, all SC/ST candidates who satisfy the eligibility criteria and appear in the written objective test will be called for Personal Interview.

1.3  AGE LIMIT

There is no minimum age limit but the maximum age should not exceed 21 years on the first of July of the year of admission, except for female students and students seeking admission to BEd and postgraduate courses. The upper age limit can be relaxed by three years in the case of candidates belonging to the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes categories.

Direct Admission to BA, MA, MPhil and PhD Programmes
                         Please see the relevant section of the Prospectus of the Institute.

Admission Results

Certificate Level Vocational Programmes Counseling List

 

Fourth Counselling List

 
 
Third Counselling List

 

Second Counselling List

 

M.VOC (Renewable Energy)
M.VOC (Textiles)
M.VOC (Dairy Technology)

B.A. Soc. Sc.(Human Service Management

M.Com

BTech

BA
B.A. (SOCIAL SCIENCE).
B.ED
B.SC. (AGRICULTURE SCIENCES)
B.SC.(HONOURS-APPLIED BOTANY SCIENCES)
B.SC
B.Com Accounting
B.COM
B.COM. (CORPORATE ACCOUNTING AND LAW)
DIPLOMA (ELEMENTARY EDUCATION) (D.EL.ED.)
M.Ed
M.Sc Botany
M.Sc Chemistry
M.Sc Computer Science
M.Sc Mathematics
M.Sc Physics
M.Sc Zoology
P.G. DIPLOMA (BIG DATA ,LOGISTICS AND O.R.)
P.G. DIPLOMA (COMPUTER SCIENCE & APPLICATIONS)
MBA
MBA Agriculture Management
MBA General Management
MBA Innovation
P.G. DIPLOMA (URBAN PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT)(PGDUPM)
B.B.A. (LOGISTICS)
B.B.A. (RETAIL)
MA Social Science Political Science
MA Social Science Psychology
MA Social Science Sociology
P.G. DIPLOMA (BUSINESS ECONOMICS)
Diploma in Engineering (Group A)
MA English
P.G. DIPLOMA (JOURNALISM & MASS COMMUNICATION)
P.G. DIPLOMA (THEOLOGY)
BBA
MTech Engineering Systems (Full Time)
MTech Engineering Systems (Part Time)

 

First Counselling List

M.Sc Botany
M.Sc Chemistry
M.Sc Computer Science
M.Sc Mathematics
M.Sc Physics
M.Sc Zoology
MA Social Science Political Science
MA Social Science Psychology
MA Social Science Sociology
M.A. in Social Sciences (Busines Management)
P.G. DIPLOMA (BIG DATA ,LOGISTICS AND O.R.)
P.G. DIPLOMA (BUSINESS ECONOMICS)
P.G. DIPLOMA (COMPUTER SCIENCE & APPLICATIONS)
P.G. DIPLOMA (HUMAN RIGHTS AND SOCIAL WORK)
P.G. DIPLOMA (SAFETY, HEALTH & ENVIRONMENT)
P.G. DIPLOMA (URBAN PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT)(PGDUPM)
PG DIPLOMA (ENVIRONMENT AND GREEN TECH.)
MBA
MBA Agriculture Management
MBA General Management
MBA Innovation
MTech Engineering Systems (Full Time)
MTech Engineering Systems (Part Time)
MA Drawing & Painting
MA English
MA Hindi
MA Music
MA Sanskrit & Culture
MA Theology
MSC Home Science
M.Ed
M.VOC (Apparel Design)
M.VOC (Automobile)
M.VOC (Food Processing)
M.VOC (Renewable Energy)
M.VOC (Textiles)
M.VOC (Dairy Technology)
P.G. DIPLOMA (JOURNALISM & MASS COMMUNICATION)
P.G. DIPLOMA (TEXTILE DESIGNING & PRINTING)
P.G. DIPLOMA (THEOLOGY)
INTEGRATED MBA (PG DEGREE_PG DIPLOMA)
CERTIFICATE IN FINANCIAL SERVICES (PGCFS)_(ONLINE PROGRAM)
 
 

About DEI

DAYALBAGH EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE

(Deemed to be University)

ABOUT THE INSTITUTE

1.1. Introduction

The Government of India declared the DAYALBAGH EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE as an institution Deemed to be a University from the session 1981-82, under Section 3 of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956
(3 of 1956). The Institute has since been accorded the membership of the Association of Indian Universities. The Institute comprises faculties of Arts, Commerce, Education, Engineering, Science and Social Sciences. From the session 1986-87, the DEI Technical College, a diploma level Engineering Institution, from the session 1995-96, the DEI Prem Vidyalaya Girls’ Intermediate College, and from the session 2012-13, the REI Intermediate College have also been brought under the academic and administrative control of the Institute. The vocational courses were started in the year 1993. The Women's wing of Technical College – Women’s Polytechnic was started in the year 2004, and in the same year, the Institute initiated a major programme of Distance Education to benefit students residing at urban-suburban interfaces.  In the year 2015, Dayalbagh Educational Institute was empanelled as Government Training Partner (GTP) with Uttar Pradesh Skill Development Mission (UPSDM), Department of Vocational Training & Skill Development, Uttar Pradesh State Government to train youth in various vocational skills. Also a Deen Dayal Kaushal Kendra was sanctioned to DEI by MHRD to offer BVoc, MVoc and PhD degrees in skilling.

The Institute offers a whole range of central facilities to its students. These include Central Library, Computer Centre, Games and Sports facilities, Hostels, Language Laboratories, Medical and Health Care Centre, Multimedia Laboratory, Non-Resident Students’ Centres and Canteen. ‘Quantum and Nano-Computing Virtual Centre’ (QNCVC), a multidisciplinary research centre has been set up in the Institute, under Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India, through its National Mission on Education. The Centre has IIT Kanpur, IIT Delhi and IIT Madras as partners besides several international collaborators. The ‘Centre for Consciousness Studies (CCS)’ has also been established to undertake research pertaining to this fast emerging domain of knowledge. CCS hosts on regular basis leading luminaries in the field from across the world for lecture series, focused workshops and seminars/conferences.

1.2. Philosophy

The Institute has introduced a scheme of innovative and comprehensive education at university and other technical and general education levels which,

·                     aims at excellence but not at the cost of relevance.

·                     inculcates dignity of labour and encourages initiative and creative work.

·                     is multi-disciplinary, which prepares individuals for the increasingly techno-oriented society of tomorrow without uprooting them from their agricultural moorings.

·                     aims at generating in the alumni the basic values of humanism, secularism and democracy by exposing them to the principles of all the major religions of the world and to their own cultural heritage, thus developing in them an integrated personality of well-adjusted men whose 'world has not been broken into fragments by narrow domestic walls'.

1.3. Brief History

Soon after Dayalbagh was founded in 1915, the Radhasoami Satsang Sabha, in pursuance of the lofty ideal to evolve the superman of tomorrow, started the Radhasoami Educational Institute, as a co-educational Middle School, open to all, on January 1, 1917. Administered by a Managing Committee registered under the Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860, the Institute, since the very beginning, combined the pursuit of academic studies with sensibilities involving moral and spiritual values. From the modest beginning, the nucleus not only grew and got divided but also spawned new institutions, as per the needs of the society and the demands of the time. Within six months, it was raised to the level of a High School; Intermediate classes were started in 1922; it became a Degree College in 1947 with the introduction of BCom. classes affiliated to Agra University; BEd (B.T.) classes were added in 1951 and the first batch of BSc students took their final examination in 1955.

A Technical School, which later developed into a College, was started in 1927 for imparting training in Automobile, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, leading to the award of diplomas in the concerned branches of Board of Technical Education, U.P. The Leather Working School which was started in 1930, gives instructions in both theory and practice for the manufacture of leather goods.

To further the cause of women’s education, Prem Vidyalaya was started in 1930. It is now an Intermediate College for girls. The Women’s Training College was established in 1947 with BA and BEd Programmes. Subsequently, in 1958, MEd in 1969, MA (Psychology/English/Hindi) and in 1976 MA (Music) Programmes started. It made phenomenal progress to become one of the premier women’s colleges in the country.

Engineering College, affiliated to Agra University, for the degree of BSc (Engineering), was added in 1950 to the evolution of chain of educational institutions in Dayalbagh.

A significant development of far-reaching consequence, in the history of education at Dayalbagh, was the establishment of the DAYALBAGH EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE as a registered body in 1973, which integrated and brought under one umbrella all the educational institutions of Dayalbagh, including the School of Comparative Study of Religions, the School of Languages and the School of Art and Culture. In 1975, the Dayalbagh Educational Institute formulated an innovative and comprehensive programme of undergraduate studies which received approbation from the Government of Uttar Pradesh and the University Grants Commission, as a result of which, in 1981, the Ministry of Education, Government of India, conferred the status of an institution Deemed to be a University on the Dayalbagh Educational Institute, to implement the new scheme.

In 2009, the Dayalbagh Educational Institute was placed in the First Category of 38 “Deemed Universities” among 126 “Deemed Universities” reviewed by the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government of India and was adjudged to be at the 8th rank among the 126 “Deemed Universities”. In 2013, the National Assessment & Accreditation Council (NAAC) assessed the Institute and placed it in the category of ‘A’ Grade Universities.

Open to All: The Institute is open to all irrespective of caste, creed, race, religion, economic position or social status.

1.4. Location

The Institute is situated at DAYALBAGH, at a distance of about two kilometres from the city of Agra on its northern periphery. Dayalbagh is a self-contained colony well-known for its serene environment, secular establishments, like, the industries, the educational institutions, the agriculture farms, etc., and the activities of its inmates who lead an active, disciplined and co-operative community life, conforming to the high spiritual ideals of their faith. It is conveniently connected to the railway stations, bus-stands by the city buses, rikshaws, auto-rikshaws and taxies.

 

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