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29. Indian Educational Institutions (contd)




(xiii) Jamia Millia Islamic University
Delhi The Institution initially started at Aligarh in 1920, The Head of institution, Hakim Ajmil Khan being named as Chanceller and Mohd. Ali Johar as its Vice-Chanceller. It was shifted to Delhi n 1925.UGC Accorded it the status of deemed University in 1962.

Maharishi Devendra Nath Thakur started an Ashram called Brahmcharya Ashram in 1863 near Bolpur, later renamed Brahmcharya Vidyalay. In 1901 his son Ravindra Nath Thakur established a co-educational school in its premises. In 1921 it was raised to a college and granted University Status in 1951.

Pandit Hira Lal Shastri and his wife Ratan Shastri started at Banasthali Shanta Bai Shiksha Kutir in 1935 in memory of their daughter Shanta Bai who died at the tender age of 12 years. In 1943 under graduate classes were started and it was re named as Banasthali Vidhyapeeth. It was granted a Status of deemed University in 1983. It is one of the five universities in India exclusively for women and the only residential university in the country providing education to girls from Pre-primary stage upto doctorate level.

Gurukul was founded in 1902 by Swami Shradhananda with the objective of providing indigenous alternative to Lord Macaulay’s education policy by imparting education in the areas of Vedic Literature, Indian Philosophy, Indian Culture, Modern Sciences and research. It was given the Status of Deemed University in 1962.

National Council of education set up in 1906 by R. N. Tagore , Arvind Ghosh and others and society for promotion of Technical Education in Indian, set up by Tarak Nath Mehta were instrumental in starting an institution in 1910. In 1921 it became the first institute in India to impart education in chemical engineering. By 1940 it was virtually functioning as a university though the government gave it the status in 1955.



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