| Central University|
Sardara Singh Johl
0164 286 4122
20 March 2009
| Bathinda, Punjab, India|
Bathinda Central University
City Campus, Mansa Road, Bathinda, Punjab 151001
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The Central University of Punjab (CUPB) is a Central University located in Bathinda, Punjab, India. It has been established through an Act of Parliament: "The Central Universities Act, 2009" by Govt. of India. The territorial jurisdiction of Central University of Punjab is whole of the State of Punjab. Central University of Punjab has been ranked as number one amongst newly established central universities in India consistently since 2012 as per university rankings of Researchgate and Scopus. Central University of Punjab is the only central university in India that do not have vacations or inter-semester breaks. In addition, Central University of Punjab is the only central university in India with biometrics-based punching for Assistant Professors enabled. It has no provision of Teachers Union. It is the only central University having two years Probation period for faculty.
The Central Universities Bill 2009 aims at creating one new central university each in Bihar, Gujarat, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, Orissa, Punjab, Rajasthan and Tamil Nadu. It also seeks to convert Guru Ghasidas Vishwavidyalaya in Chhattisgarh, Harisingh Gour Vishwavidyalaya in Sagar (Madhya Pradesh) and Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna Garhwal University in Uttarakhand into Central universities.
Central University of Punjab Wikipedia
The Central University of Punjab, Bathinda (Punjab) has been established through the Central Universities Act 2009 which received the assent of the President of India on 20 March 2009. Its territorial jurisdiction extends to the whole State of Punjab.
It started its functioning from Camp Office in April, 2009, which happens to be the residence of the Vice Chancellor, and from November 2009 it shifted to its City Campus spread over an area of 35 acres. The main campus is coming up on more than 500 acres of land in Ghuda Village (21.5 km from Bathinda Bus Stand) on Bathinda-Badal Road.
The university offers mainly research oriented master's & doctoral degree programmes Viz. : Ph.D., M.Phil. , M.Sc., M.A., M.Pharm., M.Tech., LL.M., M.Ed, and PG Diploma Programmes.School of Basic and Applied Sciences : Centre for Animal Sciences, Centre for Applied Agriculture, Centre for Biochemistry and Microbial Sciences, Centre for Chemical Sciences, Centre for Computational Sciences, Centre for Mathematics and Statistics, Centre for Pharmaceutical Sciences and Natural Products, Centre for Physical Sciences, Centre for Plant Sciences.
School of Education : Centre for Education.
School of Engineering & Technology : Centre for Computer Science and Technology.
School of Environment and Earth Sciences : Centre for Environmental Sciences and Technology, Centre for Geography & Geology
School of Global Relations : Centre for South and Central Asian Studies(Including historical Studies).
School of Health Sciences : Centre for Human Genetics and Molecular Medicine.
School of Languages, Literature and Culture : Centre for Comparative Literature, Centre for Classical and Modern Languages.
School of Legal Studies and Governance : Centre for Law.
School of Social Studies : Centre for Economic Studies, Centre for Sociology.
In the young age of seven year of establishment University has proved itself with NAAC 'A' Grade and NIRF rank of 65 out of 3565 institution
University has best research contribution among all the newly established Central Universities with the SCOPUS(h-index:13 citation index: 575), RG Score (1387.56) and Research Gate Impact Point (400.9).
Researchers from this university had contributed in a number of peer-reviewed scientific research. Among these are discovery of new species of marine alga Ulva paschima and Cladophora goensis, first report of endophytic algae from Indian Ocean, discovery of the geographical origin of Holy Basil as North-Central India, Molecular assessment of Hypnea valentiae-a red alga from West and East coast of India and multitargetted molecular docking analysis of plant-derived natural compounds against PI3K Pathway.