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7.3.1

PORTRAY THE PERFORMANCE OF THE INSTITUTION IN ONE AREA DISTINCTIVE TO ITS PRIORITY AND THRUST (within 1000 words)

Revealing the untold chapters of the Indian Freedom Struggle

The CCS University, Meerut situated in an area where bravery, chivalry is inherent in blood, stands true to the above couplet when one weighs it in terms of the efforts made continuously right from its establishment in 1965 to the present day. It is a prestigiousUniversity in India which has been continuously unfolding the untold chapters of Indian Freedom Struggle right from “Indian Revolution of 1857" to the “Goa MuktiSangram" (15 August, 1955) covering all the movements in general and the Gandhian Movements in particular.

Recognition of KrantiDiwas (10th May)

The University commemorates the martyrs of 1857as freedom fighters of the First War of Independence against British, which was narrated by the British wrongly as Mutiny. The teachers and students of the University raised their voices to name May 10, 1857, the day when the revolution broke out from Meerut, as KrantiDiwas which was being named as ShahidDiwas till then. The voice was communicated to the Parliament and the Government realized the importance of the nomenclature which was only signifying a history reported by the British. Since 1989, the University has been paying homage to the less-known and unknown martyrs of the ‘KrantiDharaa’ through various events, one of them being ‘Paidal March to the Red Fort, during May 7-11, 2022.

  • The District Administration in 2002 declared local holiday on 10th May to be celebrated as 'Kranti-Diwas'.
  • On the behest of the University researchers, Member of the Parliament, Shri Rajendra Aggarwal, attracted attention of the House in 2015 for upgrading the Museum at the ShaheedSmarak in Meerut. In 2018, release of a financial assistance of an amount of Rs. 3.5 crore was granted to upgrade the “RajkiyaSwatantrataSangrahalaya”, Meerut for “Light & Sound" show from the Ministry of Culture, Govt. of India, New Delhi.
  • Our University has announced free higher education to eligible students seeking admission to various degree programmes, belonging to Village Basod, which lost all its men during 1857 revolt.

Inclusion of Unsung Heroes in Syllabi

  • The Board of Studies in History has included topics such as “Shri Gandhi Ashram” and “The Massacres in Meerut during the Quit India Movement”, in 2019 in the syllabi at both UG & PG levels.
  • A minor course open for all streams, has been introduced while implementing NEP-2020 entitled “Hastinapur and Kuru Kingdom through the Ages: History, Culture and Archaeology (3000 BC- 2000 AD)”, in the year 2021.
  • TheUniversity has included chapters on less known or unknown brave heroes lost in oblivion, as research projects, so that the students are made aware of the unwritten history of their own people.In 2021, the Board of Studies in History introducedcourses onthe "IndianRevolution of 1857" in the syllabi of its Postgraduate curriculum as well as UG curriculum.

‘Freedom Fighters' Museum’ & Research

  • The department of History has a ‘Freedom Fighters' Museum’ containing life-sketches, research literature & material as well as a photo gallery of unknown & less known freedom fighters. A number of Ph.D. theses have been produced revealing the untold chapters of national movement.
  • The local people could get authentic information about local people who had taken arms up against Colonial British Imperialism, but remained unknown. For example, ShahmalJat, Rao Kadam Singh, Dhunna Singh, Chaudhary Hardayal Singh, Chaudhary Nain Singh, LalaMatol Chand, Chaudhary Zabardast Khan, Nawab Chaudhary Ulfat Khan, Walidad Khan and many more were identified& recognised.
  • Several sites related to the events of 1857 have been identified and a lot of relevant material has been collected through a “dense field work” at ground level which has been incorporated in the book "1857 KaViplavawhich wasreleased in the inaugural session of the National Seminar in the year 2008 on “Regional History & Historiography of 1857" sponsored by the ICHR, New Delhi.
  • More than six dozen these, dissertations and books have been produced by the research scholars and teachers of the University, highlighting the contribution of unsung Heroes.

Organization of seminars/ symposia

  • An unbroken chain of celebrating NetajiSubhash Chandra Bose Birth Anniversary on 23rd January each year right from 1989 till present day. The Literary and Cultural Council celebrates Sardar Patel's Jayanti on 31st October each year, for example Two Day National Seminar on “Two Millennia of Indian Resistance andUnification” and “LohPurushSardarVallabh Bhai Patel : VyaktittvaevamKritittva” was organized on 31st Oct & 1st November 2018. In these events, special focus is given on the contribution of unsung heroes of Indian freedom struggle, to learn about them and to infuse nationalism in young minds.
  • The University organised 34 programmes celebrating 75 years of Independence, under the ‘AzadikaAmritMahotsav’, from March 12, 2021, the ‘Dandi March Day’ to August 18, 2022.
  • Also, more than three dozen lectures, conferences, seminars & symposia were held during the last five years exploring, exhibiting and highlighting the role of less-known and unsung heroes of the region who laid their lives in the freedom struggle of the country.

The University honours the members of the families of lesser -known martyrs of Indian Freedom Struggle, who belong to the villages of the catchment area of this University on Kranti-Diwas (May 10), every year. Their stories of valour fill the youth with national pride and patriotism.

The people of this area identify themselves as successors of a warrior clan. To keep alive the memories of freedom fighters, the young minds of the University are motivated to join Indian defence & para-military services. For example, Jaat Regiment of Indian Army attracts our students in large numbers.

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Equipment

University equipment are maintained in departmental facilities managed by different faculty members. Departmental committees in various departments consider the purchase and recommend the annual maintenance contracts besides recommendation for purchase of consumables. Faculty member in charge in each department organises the utilisation and its availability to other departments and affiliated colleges as per requirement.

Library

There were 1.25 Lac books, 10 thousand reference books, 30 lacs e-books, 294 journals with 40 computers in one computer lab and 2 browsing centres. This year technology was upgraded and new CD's were added as a resource.

Computer and Technology

Over 100 computers were added to various departments. Campus became Wi-Fi enabled, literacy training programmes were conducted by the IQAC and library for optimum use of e-resources.

Green initiative

Green initiative started like exhaustive plantation of trees. Replacing traditional bulbs with tube lights and conserving water resources wherever possible.

Research

Dedicated botanical garden and agriculture field were maintained for research purposes under auspices of relevant ministries of GOI. Animal house was constructed in this year under the guidelines of Ministry of Environment and Forest (under CPCSEA guidelines). A medicinal garden was also added. Concept of Shodh Sansthan was started.

Academic support

The internal assessment system and the interactive programmes were highlights of this year. Students were stimulated through interaction meetings, group discussions. Projection facility was added to classes and one ICT hall was used to give an exposure of technology to students. Masters programmes were facilitated with tour grants. International collaboration with Tokyo University, Japan continued. Exchange programmes were held. Student seminar in all courses added to brainstorming and thinking capabilities. Curricula were revised to match current knowledge.

University provided physical facilities such as Railway reservation counter, hostels, Bank and Post office, on the campus. A health Centre was available in campus. Park and walking track is available.

A big existing AC auditorium was upgraded to better facilitate meetings. Cleaning of lab and library is done on regular basis. Maintenance and Repairing of seminar hall, class rooms, library, computer lab etc. is done as and when needed and sanctioned by university authority. All hostels have at least one badminton Court.

Equipment

University equipment are maintained in departmental facilities managed by different faculty members. Departmental committees in various departments consider the purchase and recommend the annual maintenance contracts besides recommendation for purchase of consumables. Faculty member in charge in each department organises the utilisation and its availability to other departments and affiliated colleges as per requirement.

Library

IT zone for accessing e-resources (e-books, e-journals and web-OPAC), e-resource centre with 50 TFT computers, Bar coded master cards, INFLIBNET/IUC facilities added.

Computer and Technology

Computer, Internet access, training to teachers and students and other programmes for technology upgradation (Networking, e-Governance etc.)

Green initiative

Eco friendly trash/litter collection and disposal system. Green initiative started like exhaustive plantation of trees. Replacing traditional bulbs with tube lights and conserving water resources wherever possible, continued. Enrichment of walking Arena Tapovan continued.

Research

Animal house was registered with CPCSEA, adding a new ethical compliance chapter to research in university.

New counters were opened in University administrative block for various requirements like fee submissions and degree collections.

Academic support

While the internal assessment system and the interactive programmes continued this year, many interaction meetings, group discussions. Projection facility in classes was enriched Masters programmes were facilitated with tour grants. Student seminar in all courses added to brainstorming and thinking capabilities. Research students were given merit scholarships.

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