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1 ANNUAL REPORT okf kzd izfrosnu RAJIV GANDHI INSTITUTE OF PETROLEUM TECHNOLOGY (RGIPT) (An Institute of National Importance Established Under an Act of Parliament) Ratapur Chowk, Rae Bareli , Uttar Pradesh Phone No: Fax: Website:

2 CONTENT Director s Message Organizational Structures i ii Chapter 1 About RGIPT 1 Chapter 2 Academic Programmes 2 Chapter 3 Students Strength 3 Chapter 4 Students Placement Status 4 Chapter 5 Teaching & Research Infrastructure 5 Chapter 6 Project Activities 8 Chapter 7 Happenings at RGIPT 10 Chapter 8 Awards & Honours 15 Chapter 9 Institutional Collaboration 18 Chapter 10 Faculty 19 Chapter 11 Faculty Development Programmes 20 Chapter 12 Achievements & Publications of Faculty 22 Chapter 13 Administrative Staff 27 Chapter 14 Audited Financial Report for Accounts For The Financial Year Annual Report

3 Director s Message I am proud to present to you the Annual Report of RGIPT for the academic year -. It has been a year where we con uered new hori ons and also o ercame some challenges, simply by focusing our goals. RGIPT has stayed true to its claim of being a researchfocused institute as its faculty has carried out significant studies round the year. In addition, se eral research papers ha e been published in renowned international ournals. Our students fare no less when it comes to achie ements. They ha e won many pri es at the state and national le el competitions and represented RGIPT in international forums. Also, students at Rae Bareli successfully organi ed its first Techfest Khani -, which saw huge participation of students. This year has also witnessed to imparting training to MoP G Officials and Training Programme on Legal Aspects of Production Sharing Contract Management for odal Officers at DGH by the Department of Management Studies of RGIPT. Prof. C. R. Chen, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Kun Shan ni ersity, Tainan, Taiwan, R.O.C. and his Ph. D. student Mr. Tsung- an Wu isited RGIPT during uly-august, for the collaborati e research works. Prof. itash Balsara, ice Chair for Graduate Education and Professor- Chemical Biomolecular Engineering, ni ersity of California, Berkeley, SA, Dr. D. K. Tuli, Executi e Director IOCL R D Centre, Faridabad, Prof. Manindra Agrawal, Department of Computer Science Engineering, IIT Kanpur and Prof. Ra agopalan Srini asan, Institute Professor of Chemical Engineering at IIT Gandhinagar isited RGIPT Rae Bareli and interacted with students. Such isits add great alue to the students learning and inspire them. From a humble beginning of simply two ndergraduate Programmes B. Tech. in Petroleum Engineering B. Tech. in Chemical Engineering two Postgraduate Programmes MBA in Petroleum Energy Management and M. Tech in Petroleum Engineering in, RGIPT has taken a long stride de eloped into a uni ue Domain Specific Educational Capability Building Centre, offering Ph.D. program in science and engineering. With the intention of strengthening this endea our, RGIPT has de eloped international collaborations with acclaimed uni ersities such as ni ersity of Houston, Texas A M ni ersity Louisiana State ni ersity. There are plans to start Management De elopment Program Executi e MBA to further strengthen offerings to the industry. We are fore er grateful to the MoP G, General Council, Board of Go ernors, Finance Committee, Academic Senate Council and our patrons, the Oil Gas Companies who extend more than ust a helping hand by partaking in our academics and go ernance as well. Prof. J. P. Gupta Director Annual Report i

4 ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURES CHAIRPERSON GENERAL COUNCIL Secretary, Ministry of Petroleum atural Gas, Go ernment of India OTHER MEMBERS Chairman, Indian Oil Corporation Limited Chairman Managing Director, Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited Chairman Managing Director, Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited Chairman Managing Director, Oil and atural Gas Corporation Limited Chairman Managing Director, GAIL India Limited Chairman Managing Director, Oil India Limited Chief Executi e Officer, Reliance Industries Limited Chief Executi e Officer, Cairn Energy India Limited Chief Executi e Officer, Shell India Limited Chief Executi e Officer, Essar Group Director General of Hydrocarbons Principal Ad isor Energy, Planning Commission Executi e Director, Oil Industry Safety Directorate Director, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur Director ice-chancellor, Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai Secretary, Oil Industry De elopment Board President, Ra i Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology Director, Ra i Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology BOARD OF GOVERNORS Dr..P. Gupta Acting President Director, RGIPT Dr. A. H. Kalro Pro ost, Ahmedabad ni ersity Shri D. D. Mishra Director HR, O GC Limited Dr. Deepak Kun ru Professor, IIT Kanpur Shri Prabhat Singh, Director Marketing, GAIL India Ltd Shri M. B. Lal Former C MD, HPCL Dr. P. K. Saraswati Professor, Indian Institute of Technology Mumbai Shri Raghunath Bhattacharya Acting Registrar ACADEMIC SENATE Dr.. P. Gupta Director, RGIPT Prof. S. P. Mehrotra Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar Prof. K.. Singh Indian Institute of Management Lucknow Prof.. S. Prasad isiting Professor, RGIPT Prof. S. K. Mishra isiting Professor, RGIPT Prof. C. K. ain RGIPT, Rae Bareli Shri C.. Singh Tata Motors Retd. Shri Raghunath Bhattacharya Acting Registrar Dr.. P. Gupta Director, RGIPT Shri Alok Chandra Ministry of Petroleum atural Gas Dr. S. S. ada Head, Department of Management Studies, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi FINANCE COMMITTEE Dr. A. H. Kalro Pro ost, Ahmedabad ni ersity Shri M. B. Lal Former C MD, HPCL Shri Raghunath Bhattacharya Acting Registrar ii Annual Report

5 Chapter 1 ABOUT RGIPT The Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas (MoP&NG), Government of India has set up Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology (RGIPT) at Jais, Dist. Amethi, Uttar Pradesh through an Act of Parliament ( Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology Act 2007 ). RGIPT has been accorded the eminence of being an Institute of National Importance along the lines of the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), which came into force from 1 st June, The Institute is empowered to award degrees in its own right. RGIPT is co-promoted as an energy domain specific institute by six leading Oil PSUs namely ONGC, IOCL, OIL, GAIL, BPCL and HPCL in association with the Oil Industry Development Board (OIDB). The Institute is associating with leading International Universities/ Institutions specializing in the domain of Petroleum Technology. The prime objective of the Institute is to provide world-class education, training, and research to roll out efficient human resources to meet the growing requirements of the Petroleum & Energy sector. The aspiration is to develop India as a global manpower hub for the entire Petroleum and Energy Sector. RGIPT has an ambitious plan, to offer a number of Bachelors Degree and Masters Degree programmes, PG Diploma courses and Doctoral programmes in Petroleum Technology and Management, in phases. It has started its academic activities from 2008 with 2 Undergraduate and 2 Post Graduate Programmmes and added other courses subsequently. The RGIPT Act has set the key objectives for the institute as follows: a. Nurture and promote quality and excellence in education and research b. Extend academic and research programmes leading to award of the Bachelor s, Master s and Doctoral Degrees in Engineering and Technology, management, sciences and arts. c. Grant degrees, diplomas, certificates, academic distinctions or titles, honorary degrees and award fellowships, scholarships, prizes and medals d. Promote research and development for the benefit of the oil, gas and petrochemical industry e. Foster close educational and research interaction through networking with national, regional and international players in the oil, gas and petrochemical industry. f. Organize national and international symposia, seminars and conferences g. The RGIPT Act provides that the President of India will be the Visitor of the Institute and the authorities of the Institute shall vest with: i. The General Council, Secretary, MoP&NG as Chairperson; ii. The Board of Governors; iii. Finance Committee; iv. The Senate and such authorities as declared by Statutes of the Institute VISION & MISSION OF RGIPT To create learning aspirations among the youth of the country towards the Oil & Gas sector To serve as a fountainhead for nurturing of world-class human capital, capable of being the future leaders of technology and innovation, not only in India but also abroad To provide education, research and consultancy for the entire hydrocarbon value chain Annual Report

6 Chapter 2 ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES The ob ecti e of RGIPT is to promote capacity building in competencies re uired in the hydrocarbon sector co ering the entire alue chain. To this end, RGIPT offers programmes of education and research at the Graduate and Post Graduate le el in arious areas of the petroleum and energy sector. RGIPT has also an ambitious plan to offer se en B. Tech. Programmes, two - years Integrated M. Sc. MBA Programmes, two M. Sc. Programmes, Masters M. Tech. M. Sc. MBA Programmes of - years duration, Domain Specific PG Diploma Programmes of -year duration, Doctoral Programmes in arious disciplines, and continuing education programmes for working professionals in phases. Currently, RGIPT is offering ndergraduate, Postgraduate Programmes and Ph. D. in arious Engineering disciplines and basic sciences from Rae Bareli and OIDA campuses. These Programmes are Undergraduate Programmes a. B. Tech. in Petroleum Engineering - ear Full Time Programme, Seat- b. B. Tech. in Chemical Engineering - ear Full Time Programme, Seat- Admission Process: Through IIT EE Ad anced ranking of respecti e year Educational Qualification: The candidates should also ha e minimum 6 marks in aggregate in case of SC ST in class th or e ui alent examination Postgraduate Programmes a. M. Tech. in Petroleum Engineering - ear Full Time Programme, Seat- b. M. Tech. in Chemical Engineering - ear Full Time Programme, Seat- Admission Process: Through GATE Score followed by Personal Inter iew Educational Qualification: A - ear B. Tech. B.E. degree in Petroleum Engineering, Petro- Chemical Engineering, Production Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Engineering and Manufacturing Engineering. c. MBA in Petroleum Energy Management - ear Full Time Prog. from OIDA, Seat- Admission Process: Through CAT GMAT Score followed Personal Inter iew Educational Qualification: Minimum 6 in aggregate for SC ST in class th and th, ha ing Mathematics as one of the sub ects in th and a -year B. Tech. B.E. degree in any branch of engineering with 6 marks or CPI of.. or abo e Doctoral Programme Ph. D. in arious Engineering disciplines and Basic Sciences Admission Process: GATE Score CSIR- ET followed by Inter iew Academic Departments RGIPT is offering programmes at ndergraduate, Postgraduate and Doctoral le els under eight academic departments. These are a. Department of Petroleum Engineering b. Department of Chemical Engineering c. Department of Management Studies 2 Annual Report

7 Chapter 3 STUDENTS STRENGTH Year B. Tech. (Chemical Engineering) B. Tech. (Petroleum Engineering) MBA (Petroleum & Energy Management) M. Tech. (Petroleum Engineering) M. Tech. (Chemical Engineering) Ph. D Including pre ious batch students Annual Report

8 Chapter 4 STUDENTS PLACEMENTS STATUS B. Tech. in Chemical Engineering (No. of students: 30) S. No Name of the companies Offers being made 1 Petronet L G 2 2 au ata Engineering 1 Global Data 1 4 Reliance Industries Ltd. 2 5 BPCL 2 6 RGIPT 2 Shree Maa Durga Food Chemical P t. Ltd. 1 HLS Asia Ltd. 1 IOCL Off Campus 2 10 Higher Studies WA E State ni ersity MS 1 ni ersity of HOTA MS 1 IISc Bangalore MS 1 IIT Kanpur M. Tech. 1 IIT Mumbai M. Tech. 1 Total no. of placed students 19 B. Tech. in Petroleum Engineering (No. of students: 38) S. No Name of the companies Offers being made 1 Shell India 4 2 Adani Gas Ltd. 2 O GC Ltd. 5 4 Global Data 2 5 FIIT- EE, Delhi 1 6 Small Scale Industries SSI 1 HLS Asia Ltd. 1 Higher Studies ni ersity of D DELF, Swit erland MS 1 California Institute of Technology 1 Ci il Ser ice Exam PSC Preparation 2 Total no. of placed students 20 MBA in Petroleum & Energy Management (No. of students: 31) S. No. Name of the companies Offers being made 1 BPCL 2 2 Tech Mahindra 2 Reliance Industries Ltd. 6 4 Adani Gas Ltd. 5 KPMG 1 4 Annual Report

9 Chapter 5 TEACHING & RESEARCH INFRASTRUCTURE The institute is currently functioning from the two campuses- Academic acti ities from FGIET campus and Residential campus at ITI Township. Petroleum Reservoir Engineering Lab Petroleum Reser oir Engineering Laboratory has been set up for Petroleum Engineering students to find out the reser oir properties of the formation. To pro ide hands-on-training to students, following e uipments are a ailable at lab Li uid Permeameter Gas Permeameter Saturation type porosity meter Core Plug Drill Press Core grinding and cutting machine Drilling Fluid and Cementation Lab Drilling Fluid and Cement Laboratory has been de eloped for the students of Petroleum Engineering for the testing of properties of drilling fluid Mud to be used for the circulation in the bore well. This lab is e uipped with following e uipments Multi speed G iscometer Sand content measuring tube Fitter press Mud balance ph meter Marsh funnel iscometer Shearometer Exploration and Prospecting Laboratory RGIPT has established an exploration and prospecting lab with state-of-the-art technologies. There are thirteen workstations in the lab with dual monitor set up and a pro ection system. The Dell T workstation is fitted with eon Processor, GB RAM, and graphics card with 6GB memory. Large si e of memory helps in better isuali ation of D seismic datasets. Each workstation is attached with two monitors inches each ia HD cable. Seismic Micro Technology has donated KI GDOM software to the institute. The software is being used for teaching seismic data analysis for reser oir characteri ation. Annual Report

10 Geo-Science Laboratory In Geo-Science Lab, rocks and minerals like- Abelsonite, Abhurite Albite, Borax, Talc, ysper, Bio-tide etc. are a ailable and students use these rocks to identify physical properties and analy e optical properties of that rocks and minerals. It helps students to de elop basic concept for determining the existence of petroleum products in that rock bed. Surveying Lab Sur eying laboratory is e uipped with con entional and modern sur eying e uipment such as tape, auto le el, total station, GPS DGSP etc. Students are exposed to state-of-the-art techni ues of the use of sur eying data for application of Petroleum Engineering. Petroleum Product Testing Laboratory It has been de eloped for Chemical Engineering students and is e uipped with con entional and modern e uipment such as Abel s testing e uipment, Cloud pour point, Redwood iscometer, Copper strip corrosion test apparatus etc. It helps students to de elop the basic concept of Petroleum Product Testing in energy sector. Physics Laboratory Physics Laboratory has been set up to illustrate phenomena in different areas of Physics and to expose students for the different measurement and error analysis techni ues. It helps students to construct the basic concept of Physics, utili ed in Petroleum and Refining Engineering and in energy sector. Non-Conventional Energy Laboratory on-con entional Energy Laboratory has been set up to train and educate young engineers about the alternate source of energy. The prime ob ecti e of this laboratory is to implement the optimal solar power system for RGIPT and de elop educational en ironment in the field of non-con entional energy based on solar power. Additionally, it will also be an in-house R D center to focus on different aspects of solar thermal energy de ices. The lab is well e uipped with instruments like Differential Scanning Calorimeter DSC, Data Ac uisition nit and other rele ant apparatus. Chemical Engineering Laboratory RGIPT has procured latest e uipment to setup two Chemical Engineering nit Operation Laboratories. The two laboratories co er most of the Chemical Engineering areas such as Reaction Engineering, Heat Transfer, Mass Transfer, Fluid Flow, Fluid Particle Systems, Thermodynamics Process Dynamics and Control. Polymer Laboratory Dr. maprasana O ha and Dr. Debashis Panda ha e established a chemistry research laboratory for pursuance of their independent and collaborati e research. Dr. O ha, an Organic Chemist with expertise in Polymer Engg will perform research in the area of synthesis and characteri ation of no el nano- structured materials with potential application in gas storage, purification and photo- oltaic. Dr. Panda, an Experimental Physical Chemist with expertise in Biophysics ano-materials, will carry out research in the area of Bio- ano materials with profound application in Bio-fuel. The laboratory is fully e uipped with basic instruments to deli er uality research. 6 Annual Report

11 IT Lab IT lab is e uipped with software for upstream and downstream sectors of petroleum industry. These include MATLAB, MAPLE, AutoCAD Ci il D, ASPE Plus, A S S, Fluent CFD, T-Chem, Geo-EAS, CMG Software, KI GDOM Suite, Gaussian Gauss iew, Real Work Studio, Adobe Acrobat, Engineering E uation Sol er EES, Trimble, Comsol, etc. Library Central Library at RGIPT started functioning from. It is ha ing speciali ed collection of books, ournals, standards, technical reports, online ournals, databases, etc. in the field of Petroleum and Chemical Engineering, energy, industrial safety, and related sub ects. The Print Collection of the library is being de eloped considering the immediate teaching research re uirements of the students and faculty. It has o er 6 books and subscribes to re uisite ournals. The library has introduced its library automation using SO L ersion. integrated library management software of I FLIB ET GC.The Bibliographic database of the RGIPT library is a ailable on its Online Public Access Catalogue OPAC and may be accessed using http... WEBOPAC. NOIDA Campus (Department of Management Studies) The Department of Management Studies is currently operating from the OIDB Bhawan, oida. The academic campus is well e uipped with modern facilities conduci e to a learning en ironment. A wifi enabled campus, modern classrooms with computer and audio- isual facilities and a well-stocked library pro ide ease of study to students. There is proper reading space for students to do pro ects and conduct group work. Independent faculty offices pro ide a good working en ironment. Library at NOIDA: The library is well stocked with more than books and has important management related ournals and maga ines such as Bloomberg Business week, Human Capital, International ournal of Cross Culture Management, ournal of Organi ational Beha ior, Sloan Management Re iew, to name a few. Access to some ournals is also a ailable through I DEST CO SORTI M. Apart from books and ournals the library also has subscription of online databases such as EBSCO, EMERALD, CMIE, CMIE Prowess, Infraline Energy Indian Oil Gas Sector, Infraline Energy pstream Sector Database. Software Available: IBM OPL optimi ation studio, SPSS and MATLAB licenses are also a ailable to the department. Annual Report

12 Chapter 6 PROJECT ACTIVITIES JAIS, AMETHI DISTRICT RGIPT has taken up construction of its own campus at ais, which is about km away from Rae Bareli in.p. As en isaged in DPR, the RGIPT campus at ais would need about acres of land to accommodate its academic, residential, games sports and other facilities. RGIPT has in its possession about acres of land on the Rae Bareli Sultanpur State-Highway, purchased from Indian Oil Tanking Ltd. While the RGIPT s application for ac uisition of the balance land is pending with the State Go ernment. The ci il work contract for Phase- I construction of the campus was awarded in une after obtaining en ironment clearance. Engineers India Ltd EIL has been engaged as Pro ect Management Consultant. The Phase-I of campus facilities planned include construction of. lakh S. ft. area consisting of the following facilities a. Residential blocks for faculty and staff. b. Student hostels c. Academic building comprising of faculty blocks, lecture halls, etc d. isitor s hostel, Medical unit and Commercial centre. The ci il structural work at site has delayed mainly due to inade uate resource mobili ation by the Ci il Contractor. E en after extension of the contract period till st March,, the progress of the work was only about. In iew of the failure of the contractor to achie e the change plan targets set, the contract for the ci il structural work was terminated in May the claims of the respecti e parties are under Arbitration. A fresh contract for a Composite Package of work with the re ised scope for Ci il, Structural Finishing, Electrical, Water supply, Plumbing, Landscaping etc. was awarded to M s CC Ltd on nd September. The o erall completion of the pro ect will be achie ed by... ASSAM CENTRE With a iew to supplement its on-campus academic offerings, RGIPT has taken up the mission of establishing a constituent academic center in the State of Assam mainly catering to the spawning of skilled manpower for petroleum sector. The foundation stone of RGIPT Assam Centre at Si asagar was laid by then Hon ble Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh in February. The academic offering of Assam Centre will include education and training of skilled technical manpower at the certificate, diploma and ad ance diploma le els. Also, there will be Integrated Dual Degree B.Sc.-M.Sc. Programmes and Continuing Education Programmes in the domain of the petroleum sector as per re uirements of the oil, gas and petrochemical industry. The diploma programmes will include Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Laboratory Technology and Instrumentation Technology. The ad ance diploma programmes will be on Drilling Technology, Pipeline Engineering and Petroleum Operation. A student population of 6 students is en isaged at the end of sixth academic year. The Assam Centre of RGIPT would be a fully residential institute with housing being pro ided on a self-contained campus at the selected site, for all students and faculty. 8 Annual Report

13 For progressing the campus construction work Site Sur ey and the Geotechnical in estigation work ha e been completed. The site is in low-lying area and needs substantial earth filling and piling work, which has been completed. RGIPT is also setting up a Fire Safety Engineering and Process Safety Research Centre in Bengaluru, Karnataka. This centre will ha e state-of-the art facilities and world-class infrastructure for imparting academic and training programmes on Fire Safety Engineering and Process Safety. It will be set up in collaboration with the Texas A M ni ersity, SA and a Mo has already been signed for this purpose. Then nion Minister laid foundation stone of the centre for Petroleum atural Gas, Dr. M. eerappa BANGALORE CENTRE Moily on March,. Go ernment of Karnataka has agreed to pro ide acres of land to de elop this safety centre in Bengaluru. This will be RGIPT s third campus in the country FINANCIAL OUTLAY AND FUNDING For the construction of the RGIPT campus at ais, the appro ed capex of Rs. Crores is funded as follows Rs Crores through Budgetary Support from Go ernment of India and Rs Crores as grant from Oil Industry De elopment Board OIDB. In respect of Assam Centre, OIDB and Oil PS s O GC, IOCL, GAIL, OIL, EIL and RL are funding the appro ed capex of Rs. crores in the ratio of 6. Capex incurred by RGIPT until - are detailed as follows Rs. in Lakhs PERIOD RAE BARELI JAIS Assam CAMPUS TOTAL Capex Assets LAND Construction LAND Construction Till Total The recurring expenditure of Rae Bareli ais set ups of the Institute are largely met out of the interest being earned on Endowment Fund of Rs. crores contributed by ma or Oil PS s O GC, IOCL, BPCL, HPCL, OIL and GAIL. In respect of Assam Centre, Rs.. Crores has been appro ed as Endowment Fund to be contributed by O GC, IOCL, GAIL, OIL, EIL and RL, the interest earning of which will be utili ed for recurring expenses of the Centre. Annual Report

14 Chapter 7 HAPPENINGS AT RGIPT Training Programmes for the Executives of MoPNG The RGIPT oida centre kick-started its series of training programmes MDPs by organi ing a one-day Orientation Training Programme for ew Entrants in arious Grades in the Ministry of Petroleum and atural Gas on August, at OIDB Bhawan, Sector, oida. Shri Bhashit Dholakia, ice President City Gas Distribution at Adani Gas Ltd was the Chief Guest. The training programme co ered pertinent topics such as Petroleum Product Pricing, Petroleum Product Marketing, pstream and Downstream Regulatory Issues and Challenges in Indian Perspecti e, Global Energy Scenario, and Exploration of Oil Gas etc. All the participants recei ed the programme extremely well and iewed it as being ery useful and informati e. Programme on Legal Aspects of Production Sharing Contract Management The Institute conducted a two and a half days Training Programme on Legal Aspects of Production Sharing Contract Management for odal Officers at DGH from arious disciplines, such as Geology, Geophysics, Reser oir, Production and Drilling. The programme was organi ed on - anuary at RGIPT, OIDA. Shri B.. Talukdar-Director at Directorate General of Hydrocarbons, was the Chief Guest on the occassion. Shri T.K. Ma umdar- Ad ocate, Supreme Court and Legal Ad isor to RGIPT was the key expert for the training programme. The training programme co ered pertinent topics such as Production sharing Contracts and CBM Contracts-Clause and Interpretation P G Rules, and Amendments thereof-interpretation of Clauses and ORD Act and Amendments thereof- Interpretation of Clauses. The training programme was a mix of interacti e session, group assignment, practical application, presentation and lecture. The programme was recei ed extremely well by the participants. Cultural Fest Kaltarang-2015 Annual cultural fest Kaltarang was organi ed at RGIPT, Rae Bareli by students on st - nd February,. It was third cultural fest of RGIPT students, which saw huge participation from host institute RGIPT and Rae Bareli based institutes, like- IFT, FDDI, FGIET and FGP in arious sports and cultural e ents. Chief Guest Shri. ageshwar Rao, Director-Plant, ACC Ltd., Amethi and Prof.. P. Gupta, Director, RGIPT inaugurated the two days long programme by lighting the lamp. While inaugurating the e ent, Shri. ageshwar Rao said, India today is looking towards creating a knowledge based and intellectual society to achie e parity with de eloped nations. Our young generation should take lead to make India a de eloped nation by inno ation and entrepreneurship. Technical Fest Khanij-2014 RGIPT Students Chapter of SPE organi ed its maiden Technical Fest Khani - at RGIPT, Rae Bareli from st October- nd o ember. The fest started on st October, with lighting of lamp by Chief Guest Dr. R. K. Khandal, ice-chancellor, PT in the presence of big gathering of participants. In this technical fest, along with host RGIPT, students of IIT BH aranasi, PES Dehradun, M IT Allahabad, DIT Dehradun, and IT Lucknow also participated. E ents like Poster Paper presentations, Technical Qui, Aspen Modeling Competition, Contour Modeling, Robotics, Drilling Fluid Lab Competition, Kingdom Lab Competition, Seismic Data Interpretation, Aero-modeling and Oil Business were organi ed. 10 Annual Report

15 Cultural Programme Pratidhwani RGIPT students organi ed its intra-cultural fest Pratidhwani on September, to welcome the new batch of B. Tech. Students has been organi ing Pratidhwani since last years to pro ide platform to students to excel in their areas of interest like- sports, dance, singing, etc. E ents like- Basketball, olleyball, Cyber-game, solo song, solo dance, group dance, etc. were also organi ed to gi e young and creati e minds opportunity to perform on home ground and compete with other fellow students before going to national and international competitions. Workshop on Effective Teaching A workshop on effecti e teaching was organi ed on September, for faculty members and Ph.D. students at RGIPT, Rae Bareli to impart rele ant and updated knowledge, so that they can assess the need of students more effecti ely and use that knowledge in designing courses and classroom teaching. During the discussion, participants highlighted the importance of teaching with white black board and uses of PPTs, ideos, cut section models in effecti e teaching. All the faculty members attended the workshop. Cleanliness drive by RGIPT volunteers RGIPT olunteers conducted cleanliness at fi e primary schools of Rae Bareli dri e on birth anni ersary of Father of ation Mahatma Gandhi, under the banner of Arpan, RGIPT social wing. The formal cleanliness dri e was started with pledge taking ceremony, organi ed at RGIPT Hostel and at all schools where cleaning work was done. RGIPT participates in Petrotech & Vibrant Gujarat RGIPT participated in the biennial international exhibition cum conference Petrotech- in Greater OIDA and put up a stall to showcase the educational programmes which are on offer. The ob ecti e behind participation in this international exhibition was to bring awareness among students, parents, representati es of oil gas industries and academic professionals and attract them towards RGIPT. Institute also participated in th ibrant Gu arat Summit and Exhibition held in Gandhinagar, Gu arat from th- th anuary, and displayed its academic products and ser ices. Blood donation camp The oy of ser ing others is one of the best oys that gi es a feeling of satisfaction to oneself. For the betterment of the community, SPE RGIPT students chapter along with Arpan and Petrotech students chapter organi ed a blood donation camp on October, at RGIPT with the help of CMO, DM and SP of Rae Bareli. On this occasion, more than olunteers of SPE donated blood. Annual Report

16 Students Development Programmes Dr.. S. Prasad and Dr. A. K. Singh conducted a Geological Field Trip GFT of Dehradun in Shiwalik Range from o ember to December, along with rd year B. Tech. and st year M. Tech. Petroleum Engineering students. Dr. D. Panda and Dr. Rakesh Kumar isited IOCL Panipat Refinery aptha-cracker nit and EIL R D, Gurgaon with nd year B. Tech. and st year M. Tech. Chemical Engineering students in March,. KOINONIA- Intern Talk SPE RGIPT Students chapter organi ed KOI O IA an intern talk on August 6, in collaboration with Petrotech chapter. This programme was organi ed primarily for rd and nd year B. Tech. students to interact with their seniors about the industry knowledge they gained during 6- weeks industrial trainings. The students of B. Tech. th year had their Summer Internship at ma or oil and gas companies namely RIL, Schlumberger, Essar Oil, O GC, BPCL, IOCL and were in ited to share their aluable industrial experience and knowledge. They discussed about the internship pro ects that helped them in ac uiring practical experience and pro ided them considerable growth opportunity. Students Achievements and Participation Mr. Gaura Gupta, Mr. Gaura oshi and Mr. Rishabh Rai Shri asta a, students from MBA batch of were among top ational Finalists in the Flagship E ent ero One Infinity of IIM Indore s annual B-Fest IRIS. This e ent was held in collaboration with Tata Consultancy Ser ices. Mr. Ankit Shukla, Mr. Gaura oshi and Mr. Rockey erma, students from MBA batch of were among top ational Finalists in the Rural Crusaders e ent at Amaethon held at IIM Ahmedabad. Mr. Gaura oshi, a student from MBA batch of secured Second position in Article Writing Competition held by School of Business Management, arsee Mon ee Institute of Management Studies MIMS. This article was published under the title Consultancy - Where is the Opportunity in MIMS ni ersity s bi-annual consulting maga ine Mantrana. Mr. Himanshu Mittal and Mr. Sanchit Goyal, students from MBA batch of secured Second Position in the Energist e ent of CREST. held at Great Lakes Institute of Management. Mr. Ankit Shukla, Mr. Gaura oshi and Mr. Rockey erma, students from MBA batch of were among top ational Finalists in the MarkGuru e ent held at IIM Bangalore. A paper presented by RGIPT MBA students was selected in Dristikon an annual research paper-writing forum conducted by LRI amshedpur. The title was Roadmap for India s Sustainable De elopment Mr. Prasanna eet Sinha Mr. Soumya Sundar Dash and Mr. Ramotar Prasad Sahoo won in ACE-III Case Study Competition, organi ed by CAIR India at RGIPT Rae Bareli. Intramural games such as Basketball, Table Tennis, olleyball, etc. were played at RGIPT between students and huge numbers of players participated in that. RGIPT students also participated in extramural competitions at IIT Kanpur, PDP Gandhinagar and FGIET Rae Bareli. SPE Events: Shri Sundarra an De anathan, Former MD, Cals Refinery deli ered a talk on Opportunities in Energy Sector. While interacting with students, Shri De nathan enlightened the students about how he pa ed his way in energy sector and the bright career a ailable currently for young engineers. Shri A ay Kumar, Ex. DGM, O GC deli ered a short course on Ad ancement in Drilling Fluid Technology in the Month of February. RGIPT students and faculty at IOCL Panipat refinery 12 Annual Report

17 LECTURES DELIVERED Prof. Nitash Balsara delivers lecture at RGIPT A lecture on se of membranes to transport lithium ions in polymeric lithium battery electrolytes and to separate bio-fuels was deli ered by Prof. itash P. Balsara on th o ember, at RGIPT, Rae Bareli. Prof. Balsara is a ice Chair for Graduate Education and Professor- Chemical Bio-molecular Engineering, ni ersity of California, Berkeley, SA. He is also the winner of prestigious awards like- Engineer of the ear, American Institute of Engineers of Indian Origin, ohn H. Dillon Medal, American Physical Society Award for Polymer Physics, and Camille Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Award, etc. Lecture by Prof. Manindra Agrawal on Hypothesis of Problem Solving A lecture on Hypothesis of problem sol ing was deli ered on 11 th o ember, by Padam Shri Prof. Manindra Agrawal, Department of Computer Science Engineering, IIT Kanpur. Prof. Agrawal has o er decades of teaching and research experience and winner of arious prestigious awards, like Padam Shri, Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar, Meghnath Saha Award, Infosys Award, etc., for his contribution to Mathematical Science. While interacting with the students and faculty of the institute, Prof. Agrawal said, disco ery of a solution to a problem is often more difficult than erifying the correctness of a gi en solution. As disco ery re uires intuition, inspiration and imagination, while erification is simply a mechanical process and hence engineers should gi e more focus on finding the solution of problem and it re uires much in ol ement in mathematical calculation. Lecture by Prof. Rajagopalan Srinivasan Prof. Ra agopalan Srini asan deli ered a lecture on Teasing out patterns in the industrial practice of sustainability through text mining on o ember,. Prof. Sri inasan is an Institute Professor of Chemical Engineering at IIT Gandhinagar and ha ing ast experience of research and teaching. Talking on the importance of sustainability in the corporate world, he said, today it is the main concern of companies and they ha e earmarked budget to address the concern of sustain ability, which may affect their businesses. A talk on Challenges in commercialization of bio-fuels by Dr. D. K. Tuli Dr. D. K. Tuli deli ered a lecture on Challenges in commerciali ation of bio-fuels on th August,. Dr. Tuli is an Executi e Director Centre Coordinator Department of Biotechnology-IOC Ad anced Bio-Energy Research Centre, IOCL R D Centre, Faridabad, Haryana. He is ha ing more than years of R D experience in the fields of chemical industry and bio-energy. Annual Report

18 Talk on A Mathematical Curiosity by Prof. S. K. Gupta Prof. Surinder Kumar Gupta deli ered a talk on A Mathematical Curiosity on 6 th August,. Prof. Gupta is an Ex. Professor and Head of the Department of Mathematics, IIT Kanpur and has more than decades of teaching and administrati e experience. For his outstanding teaching contributions, IIT Kanpur conferred Prof. Gupta with Distinguished Teacher Award in. VISITS OF FOREIGN DELEGATES Prof. C. R. Chen, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Kun Shan ni ersity, Tainan, Taiwan, R.O.C. and his Ph. D. student Mr. Tsung- an Wu isited RGIPT during uly to August 6, through international oint research collaboration pro ect De elopment of the PCMs for Thermal Energy Storage Heating Cooling Applications. RGIPT and Kun Shan ni ersity, Tainan, Taiwan ointly working on the pro ect under the Indo- Taiwan S T cooperation programme scheme. Prof. Pascal Henry Biwole, Lecturer, ni ersity of ice, Sophia Antipolis, and Director, Department of Buildings Polytech, ice, Sophia, France isited RGIPT on o ember -, to discuss collaborati e research work at the in itation of Dr. A. Shukla, Assistant Professor, Physics. 14 Annual Report

19 Chapter 8 AWARDS AND HONOURS Awards to the best performers in Semester Examinations RGIPT has started an initiati e to award the best performers at public gatherings on Independence Day and Republic Day. Following students ha e been awarded on th August, B. Tech. - 1 st Year (Petroleum Engineering & Chemical Engineering) S. No. Roll. No Name of the Students Branch Total No. of Subjects 1 Eche - Mr. Sumit erma CHE 2 2 EPE - Mr. Gaura Agarwal PE EPE - Mr. Thota aga PE 1 B. Tech. 2 nd Year (Petroleum Engineering & Chemical Engineering) S. No Roll. No Name of Student Branch Total No. of Subject 1 E - Mr. arsi Ram Bishnoi ChE 1 2 EchE - Ms. Tanushree Agarwal ChE EPE - Mr. idit Mohan PE 2 4 EchE - Md. Faya uddin CHE 1 5 EPE - Ms. Akanksha Mishra PE 1 6 EPE - Mr. Rahul PE 1 B. Tech. 3 rd Year (Petroleum Engineering & Chemical Engineering) S. No. Roll. No Name of Student Branch Total No. of Subject 1 E - Mr. Mayur Motwani PE 1 2 E - Mr. De esh Motwani PE 1 E - Mr. Abhishek ain ChE 4 E - 6 Mr. Ayush Khandelwal CHE 2 B. Tech. 4 th Year (Petroleum Engineering & Chemical Engineering) S. No. Roll. No Name of Student Branch Total No. of Subject 1 E - Mr. Ashish Kumar PE 1 2 E - Mr. Ankit Midha PE 1 E - 6 Ms. asundhara PE 2 4 E - 66 Mr. Tarun Tholia ChE 1 5 E - Mr. Anind Sri asta a ChE 1 6 E - 6 Mr. itendra Agarwal ChE 1 E - Mr. Akul Saxena PE 1 E - Mr. Anil PE 1 E - Mr. Biyani ash ardhan PE 1 10 E - Mr. Darpan Garg PE 1 Annual Report

20 M. Tech. 1 st Year (Petroleum Engineering & Chemical Engineering) S. No. Roll. No Name of the Students Branch Total No. of Subjects 1 Mche - Md. Belal Haider ChE 2 2 MPE - Mr. Saura Sen Gupta PE List of best performing students, awarded on 26 th January, 2015: S. No. Name Roll No. Year/Branch No. of subjects 1 Abhishek Pra apati EPE - sr PE 1 2 Ashutosh Pandey EPE - sr PE 1 Prince Kumar EPE - sr PE 1 4 Rakesh Khichad EchE - sr ChE 1 5 Gaura Agrawal EPE - nd PE 1 6 Sumit erma EchE - nd ChE 1 Ashwin P. Ramesh EPE - rd PE 1 Ran ana Suman Baruah Eche - rd ChE 1 Rishikesh arayan E - th PE 1 10 Mayank Ra E - th PE 1 11 Mayur Motwani E - th PE 1 12 De esh Motwani E - th PE 1 Su eet Kumar E - 6 th ChE 1 14 Mayank erma E - th ChE 1 15 Amit Behera E - th ChE 1 6 Saurabh Sen Gupta MPE - M. Tech nd PE 1 Saurabh Tiwari MPE - M. Tech nd PE 1 Topper in 2 subjects S. No. Name Roll No. Year/Branch No. of Subjects 1 Md. Faisal Alam EPE - sr PE 2 Ashish sharma Eche nd ChE Abhishek Gupta Eche - nd ChE 4 arayan Tushar Srini as Eche - rd ChE 5 Bi oy Kumar Purohit MchE - M. Tech nd ChE 6 Saurabh Sen Gupta MPE - M. Tech nd PE Topper in more than 2 subjects S. No. Name Roll No. Year/Branch No. of Subjects 1 Akanksha Mishra EPE - rd PE 4 2 Tanushree Agarwal EchE - rd ChE Abhay Singh ada MPE - 6 st PE 5 16 Annual Report

21 AWARDS Distinguished Alumni Award to RGIPT s Director The ni ersity of Pennsyl ania, SA, awarded Prof.. P. Gupta, Director, RGIPT, Rae Bareli the Distinguished Alumni Award in April, for his contribution to academic world by expanding Petroleum and Chemical Engineering education across India. Prof. Gupta has been heading RGIPT Rae Bareli, an institute of national importance established by Ministry of Petroleum atural Gas, Go ernment of India, since with campuses coming up in Assam and Bengaluru Planned. Earlier he had helped in the establishment of PDP, Gandhinagar. He did his PhD in from the ni ersity of Pennsyl ania, SA and ha ing experience of more than decades in the areas of teaching, research and administration at arious le els in India and abroad. Two patents filed by RGIPT faculty Dr.. O ha, Associate Professor, Chemistry and his students Mr. Rewati Raman awal and Mr. Anu Kumar ha e filed patent on anogels for anticancer therapeutics, Patent Ind. Appl., 6 DEL with Controller General of Patents Designs and Trademarks, Go ernment of India. Dr. O ha and Mr. Anu Kumar filed another patent on Polyacryloyl hydra ide based hydrogels, Patent Ind. Appl., DEL. RGIPT student chapters honored by KGMU Lucknow The King George s Medical ni ersity KGM, Lucknow honored the RGIPT Student Chapters of SPE and Petrotech for their contribution in brining awareness about blood donation among students and organi ing blood donation camp at institute. Dr. Satish Sinha, Associate Professor, Geophysics and Faculty Ad isor to RGIPT Student Chapter recei ed award on behalf of the student chapters. RGIPT Student Chapter organi es blood donation camp in collaboration with the Department of Transfusion Medicine, KGM and donating blood to the needy people. O er students donated blood. Annual Report

22 Chapter 9 INSTITUTIONAL COLLABORATION The institute has MoUs / collaborations with the following institutes / universities:..... Allahabad ni ersity Cheng Shiu ni ersity, Kaohsiung, Taiwan Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur Indian Institute of Petroleum, Dehradun ational unlin ni ersity of Science Technology, Douliou, Taiwan 6. Texas A M ni ersity, SA... ni ersity of Houston, SA Chonnam ational ni ersity, South Korea Louisiana State ni ersity, SA 18 Annual Report

23 Chapter 10 FACULTY Dr. Abhay Kumar Choubey Ph. D. BH Chemistry Dr. Amritanshu Shukla Ph. D. IIT Kharagpur Physics Dr. Atul Sharma Ph. D. De i Ahilya ni ersity Energy Management Dr. Amit Ran an Ph. D. ni ersity of Minnesota, SA Chemical Engineering Dr. Alok Kumar Singh Ph. D. BH, Geology Dr. Chanchal Kundu Ph. D. IIT Kharagpur Mathematics Prof. C. K. ain M. Tech. ni ersity of Allahabad Petroleum Engineering Dr. Debashis Panda Ph. D. IIT Mumbai Chemistry Dr.. P. Gupta Ph. D. ni ersity of Pennsyl ania, SA Chemical Engineering Dr. M. S. Balathanigaimani Ph. D. Chonnam ational ni ersity, South Korea Chemical Engineering Dr. Mano K. Ra poot Ph. D. IIT Kanpur Mathematics Dr. Milan Kumar Ph. D. ni ersity of Tennessee Chemical Engineering Dr. Debashish ena Ph. D. IIM Lucknow Operations Management Operations Research Prof. Deepak Chawla Ph. D. IIM Ahmedabad Ad isor Academic Dr. aya Sri asta a Ph. D. Banasthali ni ersity Human Resource Management Dr. Ka ita Sri asta a Ph.D. IIT Kanpur Marketing Consumer Beha iour ENGINEERING FACULTY MANAGEMENT STUDIES Mr. eelkanth irmalkar Ph. D. IIT Bombay, Submitted Chemical Engineering Dr. Rakesh Kumar Ph. D. IIT Kanpur Chemical Engineering Dr. Saurabh Mishra Ph. D. Chaudhary Charan Singh ni ersity, Meerut English Dr. Satish Kumar Sinha Ph. D. ni ersity of Oklahoma, orman Petroleum Engineering Dr. Susham Biswas Ph. D. IIT Kanpur Geo-Informatics Dr. S. K. Mishra Ph. D. S IT Gu arat Petroleum Engineering Dr. Shi an ali Sharma Ph. D. ISM Dhanbad Petroleum Engineering Dr. Tushar Sharma Ph. D. IIT Madras Petroleum Engineering Dr.. S. Prasad Ph. D. IIT Kanpur Petroleum Engineering Dr. makant Dhar Dwi edi Ph. D. IIT Kanpur Electrical Engineering Dr. maprasana O ha Ph. D. IIT Bombay, Chemistry Dr. enkata Subbarayadu Sistla Ph. D. Otto on Guericke ni ersity, Germany Chemical Engineering Dr. Rohit Bansal Ph.D. IIT Roorkee Accounting Financial Management Dr. San ay Kumar Kar Ph. D. tkal ni ersity Marketing International Business Dr. Saro Kumar Mishra Ph. D. IIT Kanpur Management Studies Annual Report

24 Chapter 11 FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES Prof.. P. Gupta, Director- RGIPT, Dr. S. K. Sinha, Associate Professor, Geophysics, Dr. M. S. Balathanigaimani, Assistant Professor, Chemical Engineering and Ms. Shi an ali Sharma, Sr. Research Associate along with students were in ited and participated in r a Sangam-, organi ed by O GC idesh Ltd. on March, in ew Delhi. Dr.. O ha, Associate Professor, Chemistry, deli ered an in ited lecture during an International Symposium on Polymer Science and Technology Macro- held at ICAS Kolkata on anuary,. Dr. A. K. Choubey, Assistant Professor, Chemistry, attended th Summer School of Petroleum Refining Petrochemicals at Indian Oil Institute of Petroleum Management, Gurgaon from une -6,. He also isited CCR at IIT Madras from une -, to work in the frontier areas of catalysis like energy con ersion, new materials as catalyst, surface science and bio-fuel. Dr. Rakesh Kumar, Assistant Professor, Chemical Engineering, attended an industrial short course on Economic Process Design, Operation Plantwide Control on une -,, held IIT Kanpur. He also participated in a workshop on Recent trends in Oil and Gas drilling technology at O GC, Dehradun on August -,. Dr. Mano K. Ra poot, Assistant Professor, Mathematics, participated in a workshop on Ad anced instructional school on theoretical and numerical aspects of in erse problems, held at TIFR Centre for Applicable Mathematics, Bengaluru on 6- une,. He also participated in an Ad anced Workshop and Conference on Hyperbolic PDEs Theory, umeric s and Applications held at The L M Institute of Information Technology, aipur on December -,. 20 Annual Annual Report

25 Dr. A. Shukla, Assistant Professor, Physics and Dr. Atul Sharma, Assistant Professor, Renewable Energy deli ered in ited lectures and chaired sessions at International symposium on ad ances in biological and material sciences, organi ed by Humboldt Academy ni ersity of Lucknow on uly,. They also deli ered lectures on Futuristic materials Characteri ation, properties and application in technology during an international workshop, organi ed by M.. P. Rohilkhand ni ersity, Bareilly, P held on uly -,. Dr. A. Shukla, Assistant Professor, Physics and Dr. Atul Sharma, Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering isited Kun Shan ni ersity, Tainan, Taiwan, ROC on December -, under DST sponsored International oint Research Pro ect De elopment of the PCMs for Thermal Energy Storage Heating Cooling Applications of RGIPT and Kun Shan ni ersity, Taiwan and Indo- Taiwan S T cooperation programme scheme. Dr. Alok Singh, Associate Professor, Geology isited the Birbal Sahni Institute of Palaeobotany from une to uly, to determine the maturity of coal samples to e aluate the source rock potential of Karharbari coal, Talcher Coalfield Orissa. Dr. Singh also attended a symposium on ICCOP on September -, and presented a paper Petrographic Characteristics and Depositional Conditions of Coals of Karharbari Formation, Talcher Coalfield, Orissa. Dr. D. Panda, Assistant Professor, Chemistry presented a poster on Cellulose synthesi es narrow-si ed sil er nano-particles In estigation on its sol ent-dependent response and scaffolding ability during ational Symposium on Radiation and Photochemistry at IIT Kanpur from March -,. Prof. S. K. Mishra participated in an International conference on Petroleum Science and Technology held at IIT Madras on o ember -, and presented a paper on Well test analysis for multi-porosity reser oir characteri ation with fractional deri ati e. Dr.. D. Dwi edi, Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering, Co-chaired a technical session on Stability Analysis during st P Conference- International Conference on Energy Economics and En ironment. Galgotias College of Engineering Technology from March 6-, in Greater oida,. P., organi ed it. Dr.. S. Sistla, Assistant Professor, Chemical Engineering, participated in a workshop on Trends in Process Control, held at IT Warangal on uly -,. Dr. Amit Ran an and Dr. Rakesh Kumar, Assistant Professors, Chemical Engineering, attended th Seminar on Modern Practices in Petroleum Exploration from anuary -, at KDMIPE O GC, Dehradun. Annual Report

26 Chapter 12 Achievements & Publica tions Of F acul ty Dr. Alok Kumar Singh Associate Professor, Geology Research Publication in Journals: Singh, A.K., Petrographic and Geochemical Characteri ation of Coal from Talcher Coalfield, Mahanadi Basin, India. Accepted, Geological Society of India Singh, A.K., Baner ee, P.K., Singh, P.K. and Das, A. Study of washability characteristics of coals from seam I amadoba colliery of the haria Basin. Energy Exploration and Exploitation, olume, umber, pp. 202 Research Publication in Conferences: Singh, A. K., Petrographic Characteristics and Depositional Conditions of Coals of Karharbari Formation, Talcher Coalfield, Orissa, India. 66 Annual Meeting and Symposium of the International Committee for Coal Organic Petrology ICCP- Organi ed by CIMFR, Dhanbad duringseptember -,. Singh, A. K., Organic petrology of Paleogene coal deposits of Garo hills, Meghalaya, India. ational Conference on Paleogene of the Indian Subcontinent, Organi ed by GSI, Lucknow and BSIP, Lucknow during April -, Dr. Amit Ranjan Assistant Professor, Chemical Engineering Research Papers Publication: Embedded macro-porous elastomers by hydrostatic fracturing for flexible strainsensor applications, Kumar Phanishwar, eelam Saurakhiya, Amit Ran an, submitted. Fabrication and study of composite nanofibers using phase change materials for thermal energy storage applications, International Conference on ew Frontiers in Chemical, Energy and En ironmental Engineering I CEE-, IT Warangal, Deepartment of Chemical Engineering, - March. Micro-fracture De elopment in isco- Elastic Material Through Fluid Fracturing International Conference on Ad anced ano-materials and Emerging Engineering Technologies, - 6 uly,, Chennai India with Kumar Phanishwar and A itesh Ran an. Dr. Atul Sharma Assistant Professor, Renewable Energy Research Papers Publication: Atul Sharma A. Shukla, Thermal Cycle Test of Binary Mixtures of Some Fatty Acids as Phase Change Materials For Building Applications, Energy and Buildings ol., 6. San ay Kumar Kar, Atul Sharma, Wind Power De elopments in India, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Re iews, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Re iews ol., 6 -. Dr. Amritanshu Shukla Assistant Professor- Physics Research Papers Publication: De elopment of Phase Change Materials PCMs for Low Temperature Energy Storage Applications by Atul Sharma, A. Shukla, Chang R Chen, Tsung Wu, in Sustainable Energy Technologies and Assessments,. Thermal Cycle Test of Binary Mixtures of Some Fatty Acids as Phase Change Materials For Building Applications by Atul Sharma and A. Shukla, in Energy and Buildings, 6. Phase Change Materials for Building Application by Atul Sharma, A. Shukla, eelam Saurakhiya and aya oshi, at 22 Annual Report

27 International Symposium on Ad ances in Biological and Material Sciences, organi ed by ni ersity of Lucknow and Humboldt Academy Lucknow Chapter, Lucknow th uly. Phase Change Materials its Biomedical Applications An o er iew by A. Shukla, Atul Sharma, Md. Salman Khan, arun erma, at International Symposium on Ad ances in Biological and Material Sciences, organi ed by ni ersity of Lucknow and Humboldt Academy Lucknow Chapter, Lucknow th uly. De elopment of phase change materials for low temperature based thermal application by Atul Sharma, A. Shukla, C.R. Chen, guyen u Lan, T.. Wu at International Conference on Green Technology for Sustainable De elopment, October -, at Ho Chi Minh ni ersity of Technical Education, ietnam. Thermal Performance Studies of a Test Cell Ha ing Phase Change Materials by Su eet Kumar, Atul Sharma, Amritanshu Shukla, aya oshi at International Conference, CHEMCO, December -, organi ed by Chndigarh Regional Center, Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers, Chandigarh. Phase Change Materials its Biomedical Applications by Atul Sharma, Amritanshu Shukla, Abhi eet Kumar, arun erma at International Conference, CHEMCO, December -, organi ed by Chndigarh Regional Center, Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers, Chandigarh. D umerical heat transfer simulation of fatty acid phase change materials for thermal energy storage by Karunesh Kant, A. Shukla Atul Sharma, at 6th World Renewable Energy Technology Congress WRETC Expo-, at Con ention Centre- ew Delhi City Centre, Parliament Street, ew Delhi, India. Dr. Chanchal Kundu Assistant Professor, Mathematics Areas of interest Reliability of a system component Stochastic ordering and ageing Characteri ation and information theory Order statistics and record alues Project Title: On some properties of expected inacti ity time ha ing applications in reliability (Ref. No. SR FTP MS- 6 Funded by DST Duration 3 Years (Mar onwards) Agency Total Cost DST Fast Track Rs Lakhs List of Research Publications: Kundu, C., Generali ed measures of information for truncated random ariables. Metrika,, -. Kundu, C. and anda, A. K., Characteri ations based on measure of inaccuracy for truncated random ariables, Statistical Papers, DOI. s Online First Kundu, C., Characteri ations based on length-biased weighted measure of inaccuracy for truncated random ariables. Applications of Mathematics, 6, 6 -. Papers Reviewed for: Statistics and Probability Letters by Else ier Communications in Statistics- Theory Methods by Taylor Francis Group Statistical Papers by Springer Ph. D. student Supervised: Mr. Amit Ghosh PMATH - Mr. Kshirod Sarkar PMATH - Status: Ongoing Awards and honours: Life member of International Indian Statistical Association IISA Member of Indian Science Congress Association, Calcutta Details of Administrative Responsibilities: Warden of Boys Hostel, RGIPT o., till date Sports Acti ity of the Students uly, till date Library Committee Member Oct., till date Member of Committee for Policy Against Plagiarism Oct. till date Annual Report

28 Dr. Debashis Panda Assistant Professor, Chemistry R & D activities from April 2014 to March 2015: Pro ect Interrogating the Catalytic Acti ity of anocatalysts for Cellulose Degradation using Single-Particle Measurements Role PI Budget lakh Agency Department of Science Technology Status Appro ed DOS- th August, Details of R & D activities (Proposal for next two years) Proposal- En yme Catalysts dynamics at single molecule le el Proposal- De elopment of anobiomaterials for Biofuel Production Details of infrastructure available for research Total Internal Reflection Fluorescence Microscope under construction Fluorescence Spectrometer - is Absorption Spectrophotometer ELGA lab Water purification system funded by RGIPT Average yearly import/domestic purchases of goods for R&D Approx lakhs Number of papers published from April 2014 to March 2015 ournal and Conference Awards and honours national/international conferences attended (full details) during April 2014 to March 2015: Attended ational Symposium on Radiation Photochemistry SRP - organi ed by Indian Society for Radiation photochemical Sciences ISRAPS and IIT Kanpur, March -, at IIT Kanpur Dr. M. S. Balathanigaimani Assistant Professor, Chemical Engineering Lee, H. C., arandalai, B-C., Shim, W. G., Balathanigaimani, M. S. and Moon, H., High-performance super capacitors based on acti ated anthracite with controlled porosity, ournal of Power Sources, 66 Dr. Manoj Kumar Rajpoot Assistant Professor, Mathematics Participation in Conference: umerical solution of linear ed rotating shallow water e uations using different grid staggering strategies, Conference on Theory and Numerics of Inverse Problems held during une, TIFR, Bangalore. Dr. Milan Kumar Assistant Professor, Chemical Engineering Research Paper Publication: Milan Kumar and Arun enkatnathan, Quantum Chemistry Study of Proton Transport in Imida ole Chains,,. Phys. Chem. B. Dr. Rakesh Kumar Assistant Professor, Chemical Engineering Research Papers Publication Rakesh Kumar, Anil Kumar, Ashok Khanna, Efficient Homogeneous and Supported Ionic Li uid Catalysts for Production of Linear Alkylben enes Kinetics and Catalysis Accepted Md. Belal Haider, akir Hussain, Rakesh Kumar CO 2 capture by ionic li uid blends with alkanolamines International conference on new frontiers in chemical, energy and environment engineering I CEEE-, - March-, IT Warangal, India. akir Hussain, Md. Belal Haider, Rakesh Kumar Production and analysis of egetable oil based biodiesel using KOH and aoh as catalyst International conference on new frontiers in chemical, energy and environment engineering I CEEE-, - March-, IT Warangal, India. Md. Belal Haider, akir Hussain, Rakesh Kumar CO 2 capture by ionic li uid blends, Outstanding young chemical engineers O CE-, th 12 th March, D.. Sangh i College of Engineering, Mumbai, India. 24 Annual Report

29 Sumit Kumar Singh, ipun Kumar, Md. Belal Haider, Rakesh Kumar Recent Ad ancements in CO 2 Capture- Ionic Li uids World Petro Coal Congress-2015, th - th Feb-, ew Delhi, India. Dr. Rohit Bansal Assistant Professor, Management Studies Research Papers Publication: A Comparati e Analysis of the Financial Ratios of Selected Banks in the India for the period of -, Research ournal of Finance and Accounting, - 6 Financial analysis of selected Indian gas distribution companies during -, Finance Management, Elixir Fin. Mgmt. - 6 A Comparati e Financial Study E idence from Selected Indian Retail Companies, ournal of Finance and In estment Analysis, ol., no.,, - Dr. Sanjay Kumar Kar Assistant Professor, Management Studies Research Papers Publication: Kar, S.K. and Sharma, A., Wind Power De elopments in India, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Re iews, ol., 6 - Progress of Renewable Energy in India, Ad ances in Energy Research Ensuring Sustainable Energy Security Challenges and Opportunities for IndiaOil, Gas, Energy Law Intelligence with Prof. P.K. Sinha Dr. Saurabh Mishra Assistant Professor- English Research Papers Publication: Singh, P Mishra S., Social Ethics and Transgression in the Light of Indian Commercials, published in book titled Trends Challenges and Inno ations in Management, R. K. Miryala and M. enkat. R. Reddy. enon Academic Publishing, Hyderabad. Mishra S., Strategic Communication A Priority to Counter Challenges in Ensuring Peace and Security in India Suraksha Chintan recogni ed and supported by ICSSR, ol., II Issue, p Dr. Satish Kumar Sinha Associate Professor, Geophysics Research Papers Publication: Sinha, S., Sain, K., Denoising of Seismic Data in Wa elet Transform Domain, rd South Asian Geosciences Conference and Exhibition Sinha, S., Data Dri en Q-Compensation sing Continuous Wa elet Transform, th Ann. Internat. Mtg. Soc. of Expl. Geophys., pp Dr. Susham Biswas Assistant Professor, Geo-informatics Research Paper s Publication: Iltaf afar and Susham Biswas, Image processing techni ue for oil spill dispersion, ournal of Basic and Applied Engineering Research, ISS -, olume, umber, April- une,, pp. 6- Dr. S. K. Mishra isiting Professor, Petroleum Engineering Research Papers Publication: Well test analysis for multi-porosity reser oir characteri ation with fractional deri ati e by S. K. Mishra Asha S. Mishra. E-proceeding of the third International Conference on Petroleum Science and Technology, o ember -, ISB ,Copyright by the Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai T - 6 6, India. se of Pressure Transient Data Analysis for Multi-Porosity Reser oir Characteri ation, by Asha S. Mishra and S. K. Mishra Paper ID rd South Asian Geosciences Conference and Exhibition Geo India Conference at India Expo Centre mart, Greater oida, ew Delhi from - anuary. Fractional Deri ati e Approach in Pressure Transient Analysis of Multi-Porosity Fractal Reser oir Model for Shale Gas with Phase Redistribution, by idit Mohan and Annual Report

30 S. K. Mishra accepted for SPE Offshore Europe conference at Aberdeen, SPE, K to be held in September -,. Dr. U. D. Dwivedi Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering Research Papers Publication:. D. Dwi edi, An output oltage control scheme for wa elet modulation single-phase in erters, International Conference on Energy Economics and Environment, UPCON ICEEE -2015, March -,.. D. Dwi edi, and Chandrakant Tiwari Automatic Identification of Power Quality using Polynomial Filter and Support ector Machine, 2nd National Power & Energy System Conference NPESC 2015, April -, D. Dwi edi, Alok K Pandey, S. M. Tripathi, and Abhiruchi Sri asta a, Adapti e Filter Based Islanding Detection of Grid Connected Photo oltaic P System, 2nd National Power & Energy System Conference NPESC 2015, April -,. Dr. Umaprasanna Ojha Associate Professor, Chemistry Research Papers Publication: wal, R. R. Purohit, M. P. Patnaik, S. O ha,. General Reagent Free Route to ph Responsi e Polyacryloyl Hydra ide Capped Metal anogels for Synergistic Anticancer Therapeutics ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 7, -. Kumar, A. Samal, S. Dash, R. O ha,. Polyacryloyl Hydra ide Based In ectable, Stimuli Responsi e Biocompatible Hydrogels with Tunable Properties J. Mater Chem B,, 2, -. Kumar, A. wal, R. R. O ha,. Polymeric drug careers through co alent attachment and encapsulation for controlled deli ery purposes International Journal of Plastics Technology,. s - - -y. Patents maprasana O ha, Anu Kumar, Polyacryloyl hydra ide based hydrogels. Patent Ind. Appl., DEL. maprasana O ha, Rewati Raman wal Anu Kumar, A process for de elopment of Polyacryloyl hydra ide based metal nanoparticles and the products thereof, Patent. Ind. Appl., 6 DEL. Dr. V. S. Sistla Assistant Professor, Chemical Engineering Research Paper s Publication: Sistla,. S. on Langermann,. Loren, H. Seidel-Morgenstern, A. Occurrence and Conse uences of Differences in the Cation Anion-Ratios during Classical Resolution D- L- Serine Ben yl Ester, toluyl-d-tartrate, Cryst. Res. Tech.,, -. Peer reviewed Conference Proceedings: Sistla,.S., Bi oy. K. Purohit., A. Sharma., Selecti e crystalli ation of Hexa and Tetra hydrates of CaCl in a ueous solution, I CEEE, IT Warangal, India. 26 Annual Report

31 Chapter 13 ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Raghunath Bhattacharya Deputy Registrar itendra Prasad Corporate Communication Officer Harish Kumar ada Executi e Engineer Ci il Anil Kumar erma System and etwork Administrator Sudhir Arora Store and Purchase Officer Mr. Arun Kumar Singh AR Sec. to the Director Supriya Misra Assistant Registrar Audit Accounts Rakesh Kumar Singh Assistant Registrar Audit Accounts iharika oshi Bhatt Assistant Registrar arian Kumar Lengay unior Admin Officer Ankit Mohan unior Admin Officer Shweta egi Pri ate Secretary Shikha Malhotra Account Officer Md. Iltaf afar Sr. Technical Superintendent Deepak Asthana r. Technical Superintendent Dharmendra Pratap Singh Physical Training Instructor Lokesh Bhatnagar Assistant IT Arun Kumar Singh r. Technical Superintendent Madhu Priya r. Superintendent mesh Kumar Sharma r. Superintendent Te Prakash oshi r. Superintendent ogesh Sharma unior Accountant Ashwini Kumar Chaudhary unior Assistnat System i ek Singh r. Assistant Ashok Kumar r. Mechanic Amit Kumar Ba pai unior Assistant Preeti Singh unior Assistant mesh Kumar Sharma unior Assistant agesh Kumar unior Assistant Go ind Kumar Tiwari unior Library and Information Assistant Krishna Kumar Sinha Accountant R.. Gu ral Lab Super isor Annual Report

32 Chapter 14 Audited Financial Report For ACCOUNTS FOR THE YEAR The Audited Accounts of RGIPT for the year - are attached at Annexure-I. The highlights of the Accounts are as follows - 1. Corpus Fund/Capital Fund (Schedule-1 to Balance Sheet): Jais The Corpus Fund of Rs Lakh which includes Rs.. lakh contributed by the promoting Oil PS s and surplus interest ploughed back stands in ested in Bank FDs. The interest earnings from this fund are utili ed for recurring expenses and surplus is rein ested on regular basis. Assam The Corpus Fund of Rs.. lakh which includes Rs. 6. Lakh contributed by participating Oil PS s and surplus interest ploughed back stands in ested in Bank FDs. The interest earning is used for recurring expenses and surplus is rein ested on regular basis. At the year-end, the excess of income o er expenditure to the extent of the surplus interest lying in ested in FDs with banks on-tradable Go ernment Securities has been ploughed back to Corpus Fund as follows Head Jais (In Lakh) Assam (In Lakh) From Income Expenditure account for Fund towards Capital Expenditure The status of Capital Fund recei ed as on.. from Go ernment of India and Grant from OIDB Oil PS s are as follows A. Jais/Rae Bareli Campus: GOI Fund of Rs. 6. lakh was recei ed upto -. o additional fund has been drawn during the year. OIDB Grant recei ed upto.. amounts to Rs. 6. lakh. B. Assam Centre: The Capital Fund recei ed from Oil PS s and OIDB as at.. amounted to Rs.. Lakh. o capital fund has been recei ed from PS OIDB during the year. The Grant drawn from OIDB stands at Rs.. lakh. 2. Reserve and Surplus (Schedule 2 to Balance Sheet) 28 Annual Report

33 General Reserve During the year, Rs.. Lakh has been credited to General Reser e by way of transfer of the excess of income o er expenditure as on... The pre ious year transfer to General Reser e was Rs. 66. Lakh. Depreciation Fund In order to facilitate suitable funding for replacement of assets in future years, a Fund was created in by transferring e ui alent amount of depreciation charge from Income and Expenditure account. The accumulated yearend balance including interest earned from the in estment made out of Depreciation Fund amounts to Rs.. Lakh. 3. Earmarked Funds: (Schedule 3 to Balance Sheet) Earmarked Fund of Rs.. lakh as on.. represents the balance a ailable in Che ron Scholarship Fund after disbursement of Rs. 6. Lakh during the year. 4. Deferred Credit Liability (Schedule 4 to Balance Sheet) The amount of Rs.. lakh as on.. represents the balance amount of Research Pro ect Grants recei ed from arious agencies like Department of Science and Technology DST, SERB etc. for future utili ation. 5. Current Liabilities & Provisions (Schedule 5 to Balance Sheet). Rs.. lakh as on.. represents liability for unpaid bills, including Rs.. lakh towards Capital Work and balance towards other re enue expenses bills.... Rs. 6. lakh is liability towards outstanding Statutory Dues for March payable in - 6. Includes Rs.. lakh towards refundable EMD Security Deposit Retention Money and Student Alumni Welfare Fund Based on Actuarial aluation the accumulated pro ision of Rs.. Lakh has been made towards Retirement benefits for Gratuity and Lea e Encashment in current year accounts. 6. Fixed Assets (Schedule 6 to Balance Sheet) Capital items amounting to Rs.. Lakh were added during the current year for Temporary Campus at Rae Bareli, Assam Centre and MBA Campus at oida which includes IT e uipment, Furniture Fixtures, Lab E uipment, Electrical e uipment, Library Books etc. The Gross Block of Fixed Assets amounted to Rs.. lakh including land and the et Block of Fixed Assets amounted to Rs.. Lakh after deduction of Rs.. Lakh because of depreciation during current year. 7. Capital Work in Progress (Schedule 6 to Balance Sheet) The Capital Work in Progress as on.. amounted to Rs. 6. Lakh, which includes Rs.. Lakh towards ais campus pro ect, and Rs. 6. Lakh for Assam Centre. The CWIP expenses represent payments towards Soil in estigation, PMC fee, site grading, boundary wall, ci il construction, secured ad ance for pro ect materials and pro ect administration expenses. Also, Rs.. Lakh paid to PPCL for laying cables for supply of electricity to ais Campus and Rs.. Lakh paid to CPWD Assam are grouped under CWIP. 8. Investments (Schedule 7 and 8 to Balance Sheet) In estments from Earmarked fund of Rs.. lakh represents scholarship grant recei ed from Che ron. In estment others represents Rs. 6. lakh in estment in non-tradable RBI Bond. 9. Current Assets & Loans and Advances (Schedule 9 to Balance Sheet) The Bank Balance of Rs. 6. lakh as on.. includes the following amount Annual Report

34 a. Rs.. Lakh towards Fixed Deposits with arious Banks b. Loans and ad ances include Rs.. lakh towards balance amount of mobili ation ad ance paid to contractor for ais Campus work, which is reco erable against monthly running bills. Rs.. lakh on account of accrued interest income on in estment Rs.. lakh reco erable from PSIDC 10. Income (Schedule 10, 11 and 12) Total Income of Rs. lakh includes interest earning from Fixed Deposits of Rs. 6. Lakh including accrued interest of Rs.. lakh and Rs. 6. Lakh towards Student Fees and Application Fees. 11. Expenditure (Schedule 13, 14 and 15) The ma or head wise expenses for the year are tabulated in Schedule, and along with pre ious year figures as per the summary gi en below Schedule No. Expenses (In Lakh) (In Lakh) 13 Academic Establishment.. 15 Other Administrati e 6.. Total Audit Report on Accounts. After re iew by Finance Committee and appro al of the Board of Go ernors in the meetings held on nd une the Accounts for the year - were audited by the Principal Director Commercial Audit Ex-Officio Member, Audit Board II, ew Delhi. A copy of the letter o. RAP IOC A cs. RGIPT dated th October recei ed from Principal Director of Commercial Audit Ex-Officio Member, Audit Board II, along with the Audit Report is attached in Annexure-II. The Audit Report on Accounts for the year - does not contain any ad erse comments. 30 Annual Report

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72 funs kd dk lans k jktho xak/kh isvªksfy;e izks ksfxdh lalfkku ¼vkjthvkbZihVh½ ds ks{kf.kd o kz 2014&15 dk okf kzd izfrosnu vkids lkeus izlrqr djrs gq, eq>s g kz gks jgk gsa bl o kz geus vius y{;ksa ij /;ku dsfunzr djrs gq, u, f{kfrtksa dks Nqvk vksj lkfk gh dqn ubz pquksfr;ksa ij Hkh fot; izkir dha vkjthvkbzihvh ds izk/;kidksa us o kzhkj dbz egroiw.kz v/;;uksa dk lapkyu fd;k vksj bl rjg,d vuqla/kku dsfunzr lalfkku gksus ds vius nkos dks lr; lkfcr fd;ka blds vykok] blds }kjk izfl) varjkz Vªh; if=dkvksa esa dbz kks/k i= Hkh izdkf kr fd;s x;sa tc miyfc/k;ksa dh ckr gksrh gs] rks gekjs Nk= dhkh ihns ugha jgrsa mugksaus jkt;,oa jk Vª Lrjh; izfr;ksfxrkvksa esa dbz iqjldkj thrs vksj vurjkz Vªh; eapks ij vkjthvkbzihvh dk izfrfuf/kro fd;ka lkfk gh] Nk=ksa us jk;cjsyh esa izfke VsdQsLV ^^[kfut&2014** dk vk;kstu fd;k] ftlesa cm+h la[;k esa Nk=ksa us lghkkfxrk dha ;g o kz rsy,oa izkd`frd xsl ea=ky; ds vf/kdkfj;ksa ds izhkkodkjh izf k{k.k dk;zøe,oa Mhth,p ds uksmy vf/kdkfj;ksa ds mrikn fgllsnkjh lafonk izcu/ku ds os/kkfud i{k ij vkjthvkbzihvh ds izcu/k v/;;u fohkkx }kjk vk;ksftr izf k{k.k dk;zøe dk Hkh xokg jgka izks0 lh0vkj0 psu] esdsfudy bathfu;fjax] dqu& kku fo ofo ky;] rkbzuku] rkbzoku] vkj vks lh,oa muds kks/k Nk= Jh rlqax uku ow us tqykbz&vxlr 2014 ds nksjku lg;ksxh kks/k dk;zøe ds fy, vkjthvkbzihvh dk Hkze.k fd;ka izks0 furk k cylkjk] mik/;{k Lukrd f k{kk,oa izksqslj& dsfedy,oa ck;ks ekyhd;wyj bathfu;fjax] dsfyqksfuz;k fo ofo ky;] csjdsyh] ;w,l,] Mk0 Mh0ds0 rqyh] vf/k kklh funs kd] vkbz vkslh,y,oa vkj,.mmh dsunz] Qjhnkckn] izks0 efuunj vxzoky] dei;wvj fokku,oa bathfu;fjax fohkkx] vkbz vkbz Vh dkuiqj,oa izks0 jktxksikyu Jhfuoklu] izksqslj dsfedy bathfu;fjax vkbz vkbz Vh xak/khuxj us Hkh vkjthvkbzihvh jk;cjsyh dk Hkze.k fd;k,oa Nk=ksa ls :c: gq;sa bl rjg ds Hkze.k Nk=ksa ds lh[kus,oa mugsa izksrlkfgr djus esa vr;f/kd ewy;oku lkfcr gksrs gsaa 2008 esa ek= nks Lukrd dk;zøeksa ¼isVªksfy;e bathfu;fjax esa ch0vsd0 vksj jlk;u bathfu;fjax esa ch0vsd0½,oa nks LukrdksRrj dk;zøe ¼isVªksfy;e,oa ÅtkZ izca/ku esa,e0ch0,0,oa isvªksfy;e bathfu;fjax esa,e-vsd-½ ds lkfk vkjthvkbzihvh us,d fouez ijurq n`<+ kq:vkr dh vksj,d yech Nyakx yxkrs gq;s fokku,oa bathfu;fjax esa ih,pmh dk;zøe vkjehk dj fof k V ksf{kd,oa {kerk fuekz.k dsanz ds :i esa Lo;a dks LFkkfir fd;k gsa vius blh idds bjkns ds lkfk vkjthvkbzihvh us á;wlvu fo fo ky;] VsDlkl,,aM,e fo fo ky; vksj yqfl;kuk LVsV fo ofo ky; tsls izfl) fo ofo ky;ksa ds lkfk varjkz Vªh; lg;ksx LFkkfur fd;k gsa lalfkku us m ksx dks etcwrh iznku djus ds fy, izca/ku fodkl dk;zøe vksj dk;zdkjh,ech, dk;zøe kq: djus dh Hkh ;kstuk,a cuk;h gsaa ge isvªksfy;e,oa izkd`frd xsl ea=ky;] lkeku; ifj kn] kkldh; e.my] for lfefr] ks{kf.kd izca/kdkfj.kh ifj kn vksj gekjs laj{kdksa] rsy,oa xsl daifu;ksa ds lnso vkhkkjh gsa] ftugkasus gekjs ks{kf.kd dk;zøeksa vksj kklu esa viuk Hkjiwj lg;ksx fn;k gsa Mk0 t; izdk k xqirk funs kd okf kzd izfrosnu 2014&15 i

73 laxbukred Lo:i v/;{k lfpo] isvªksfy;e,oa izkd`frd xsl ea=ky;] Hkkjr ljdkj vu; lnl; v/;{k] bf.m;u vkw;y dkwikszjs ku fyfevsm v/;{k,oa izcu/k funs kd] Hkkjr isvªksfy;e dkwikszjs ku fyfevsm v/;{k,oa izcu/k funs kd] fgunqlrku isvªksfy;e dkwikszjs ku fyfevsm v/;{k,oa izcu/k funs kd] vks,uthlh fyfevsm v/;{k,oa izcu/k funs kd] xsl vkwfkksfjvh bf.m;k fyfevsm v/;{k,oa izcu/k funs kd] vkw;y bf.m;k fyfevsm eq[; vf/k kklh vf/kdkjh] fjyk;ul b.mªlvªht fyfevsm eq[; vf/k kklh vf/kdkjh] dsuz,uthz bf.m;k fyfevsm eq[; vf/k kklh vf/kdkjh] ksy bf.m;k fyfevsm izks0 ts0ih0 xqirk] dk;zokgd lhkkifr,oa funs kd] vkjthvkbzihvh MkW0,0,p0 dkyjks] lnl;] izksokslv] vgenkckn fo ofo ky; Jh Mh0Mh0 fejk] funs kd ¼,pvkj½] vks0,u0th0lh0 fyfevsm MkW0 nhid dqut:] izksqslj] Hkkjrh; izks ksfxdh lalfkku dkuiqj izks0 ts0ih0 xqirk] funs kd] vkjthvkbzihvh izks0,l0ih0 esgjks=k] Hkkjrh; izks ksfxdh lalfkku xak/khuxj izks0 ds0,u0 flag] Hkkjrh; izca/k lalfkku y[kuå izks0 ;w0,l0 izlkn] vfrffk izksqslj] vkjthvkbzihvh izks0 t;izdk k xqirk] funs kd] vkjthvkbzihvh Jh vkyksd punzk] isvªksfy;e,oa izkd`frd xsl ea=ky; Mk0,l0,l0;kno fohkkxk/;{k] izca/k v/;;u] Hkkjrh; izks ksfxdh lalfkku fnyyh lk/kkj.k lfefr funs kd e.my ks{kf.kd lykgdkj lfefr eq[; vf/k kklh vf/kdkjh],llkj xzqi Mk;jsDVªsV tujy vkwq gkbmªksdkczu~l iz/kku lykgdkj ¼ÅtkZ½] ;kstuk vk;ksx izca/k funs kd] vkw;y b.mlvªht ls Vh Mk;jsDVªsV funs kd] Hkkjrh; izks ksfxdh lalfkku dkuiqj dqyifr] jlk;u izks ksfxdh lalfkku] eqecbz lfpo] vkw;y bf.m;k MsoyiesUV cksmz v/;{k] jktho xka/kh isvªksfy;e izks ksfxdh lalfkku funs kd] jktho xka/kh isvªksfy;e izks ksfxdh lalfkku Jh izhkkr flag] funs kd ¼ekdsZfVax½] xsy ¼bf.M;k½ fyfevsm Jh,e0ch0 yky] iwoz eq[; izca/k funs kd],pihlh,y MkW0 ih0ds0 lkjlor] izksqslj] Hkkjrh; izks ksfxdh lalfkku eqecbz izks0,l0ds0 fejk] vfrffk izksqslj] vkjthvkbzihvh izks0 lh0ds0 tsu] vfrffk izksqslj] vkjthvkbzihvh Jh lh0oh0 flag] VkVk eksvlz ¼lsokfuo`r½ forrh; lfefr MkW0,0,p0 dkyjks] lnl;] izksokslv] vgenkckn fo ofo ky; Jh,e0ch0 yky] iwoz v/;{k,oa izca/k funs kd],pihlh,y ii okf kzd izfrosnu 2014&15

74 v/;k; 1 jktho xka/kh isvªksfy;e izks ksfxdh lalfkku ds ckjs esa rsy,oa izkd`frd xsl ea=ky; Hkkjr ljdkj }kjk jktho xka/kh isvªksfy;e izks ksfxdh lalfkku dh LFkkiuk mrrj izns k ds jk;cjsyh ftyk ds tk;l esa lalnh; vf/kfu;e ¼jktho xka/kh bulvhv~;wv vkwq isvªksfy;e VsDuksykWth vf/kfu;e 2007½ ds }kjk dh FkhA vkj0th0vkbz0ih0vh0] Hkkjrh; izks ksfxdh lalfkku ¼vkbZ0vkbZ0Vh0½ ds led{k ^jk Vªh; egro ds lalfkku* ds :i esa izfrf Br lalfkku gs tks fd 1 twu 2008 dks LFkkfir gqvka lalfkku dks Lo;a fmxzh iznku djus dk vf/kdkj izkir gsa vkj0th0vkbz0ih0vh0 lkoztfud {ks= dh N% egroiw.kz ÅtkZ deifu;ksa ¼vks0,u0th0lh0] vkbz0vks0lh0,y0] vks0vkbz0,y0] xsy] ch0ih0lh0,y0,oa,p0ih0lh0,y0½,oa vkw;y b.mflvªt fodkl cksmz ds ijlij lg;ksx }kjk fo ks kr;k ÅtkZ {ks= ds lalfkku ds :i esa LFkkfir fd;k x;k gsa lalfkku ÅtkZ rduhd {ks= ds izfl) vurjjk Vªh; fo ofo ky;ksa o lalfkkuksa ds tqm+k gqvk gsa lalfkku dk lcls egroiw.kz mn~ns ;& fo olrjh; f k{kk] izf k{k.k,oa kks/k }kjk isvªksfy;e,oa ÅtkZ {ks= dh c<+rh gq;h ekax dks iwjk djus ds fy, ;ksx; ekuo lalk/ku dk fuekz.k djuk gsa lalfkku dh egrokdka{kk Hkkjr dks isvªksfy;e,oa ÅtkZ {ks= esa ekuo kfdr l`tu dk osf od /kqfj cukuk gsa vkj0th0vkbz0ih0vh0 dh egrokdka{kh ;kstuk] iwozlukrd] ijklukrd] ikslv xzstq,v fmiyksek,oa MkWDVjsV dk;zdzeksa] isvªksfy;e rduhdh,oa izcu/ku dh mikf/k;ka fofhkuu Lrjksa ij iznku djuk gsa l= 2008 ls lalfkku us 2 Lukrd Lrj,oa 2 ijklukrd Lrj dk;zøeksa ls viuk ks{kf.kd fø;kdyki izkjehk fd;k Fkk ftlesa vu; ikb~;øe yxkrkj tqm+rs tk jgs gsaa vkj0th0vkbz0ih0vh0 vf/kfu;e }kjk lalfkku ds izeq[k mn~ns ; fueu fu/kkzfjr fd;s x;s gsa: f k{kk,oa kks/k dh xq.korrk,oa mrd` Vrk dks iksf kr,oa mrlkfgr djuk isvªksfy;e,oa gkbmªksdkczu {ks= esa bathfu;fjax rduhdh] izcu/ku] fokku,oa dyk {ks= esa dh iwozlukrd] ijklukrd] MkWDVjsV fmfxz;ksa dks iznku dj ks{kf.kd,oa kks/k dk;zdzeksa dks c<+kok nsuka fmxzh] fmiyksek] lfvzfqdsv] ks{kf.kd fo k lecu/kh mikf/k;ks a ;k inoh] ekun mikf/k;ks a] v/;srko`frr;ks a] Nk=o`fRr] iqjldkj iznku djuk rsy] xsl,oa isvªksdsfedy m ksxksa ds fgrksa ds fy, kks/k,oa fodkl dks izksrlkfgr djuk rsy] xsl,oa isvªksdsfedy {ks= ds jk Vªh;] {ks=h;,oa vurjjk Vªh; f[kykfm+;ksa ds lkfk usvofdzax }kjk ijlij lg;ksx ls ks{kf.kd,oa kks/k dks c<+kok iznku djuk jk Vªh;,oa vurjkz Vªh; fopkj xks Bh] laxks Bh,oa leesyu vk;ksftr djuk vkj0th0vkbz0ih0vh0 vf/kfu;e Hkkjr ds jk Vªifr dks lalfkku ds fujh{kd dh eku;rk iznku dh gs tks fd lalfkku ds fueu vf/kd`r fudk;ksa ds lkfk vf/kf Br gs: lk/kkj.k lhkk&v/;{k] lfpo] isvªksfy;e,oa izkd`frd xsl e=aky; funs kd e.my forrh; lfefr lhusv,oa vf/kd`r laxbu ftugsa lalfkku ds O;oLFkkiu vfkok dkuwu }kjk?kksf kr fd;k x;k gsa lalfkku ds mn~ns ;,oa y{;: rsy,oa xsl {ks= ds fy, ns k ds ;qokvksa esa lh[kus dh egrokdak{kk dk fuekz.k djuk ns k fons k esa rduhdh,oa uohu [kkst ds fy, Hkfo ; ds vxzf.k;ksa ds fuekz.k ds fy, fo olrjh; ekuoh; iwath dks iksf kr djus okys Lkzksr dk fuekz.k djuk lelr gkbmªksdkczu ewy; J`[akyk ds fy, f k{kk] kks/k,oa lykg lsok iznku djuk okf kzd izfrosnu 2014&15 1

75 v/;k; 2 jktho xka/kh ks{kf.kd isvªksfy;e izks ksfxdh lalfkku ds dk;zdze ckjs es vkjthvkbzihvh dk izeq[k mn~ns ; leiw.kz gkbmªksdkczu ewy; J`[akyk esa vko ;d ;ksx;rk,oa {kerk ds fuekz.k dks izksrlkfgr djuk gsa bl gsrq vkjthvkbzihvh isvªksfy;e,oa ÅtkZ ds fofhkuu {ks=ksa esa f k{kk,oa kks/k gsrq dbz iwozlukrd,oa ijklukrd Lrjh; dk;zdzeksa dk lapkyu dj jgk gsa vkjthvkbzihvh dh vu; egrokdka{kh ;kstuk gs& lkr chvsd ds u;s dk;zdze] nks&ikap o khz; lekdfyr fokku dk;zdze] nks fokku ijklukrd dk;zdze] ckjg nks o khz; ijklukrd ijklukrd½ dk;zdze] ckjg,d o khz; ihth fmiyksek dk;zdze] fofhkuu {ks=ksa esa ih,pmh dk;zdze,oa vu; lrr~ ks{kf.kd dk;zdze dk;zjr is ksojksa ds fy, kq: djuka orzeku esa] vkjthvkbzihvh fueu nks Lukrd] rhu ijklukrd Lrjh; o ih,pmh dk;zdze fofhkuu bathfu;fjax,oa vk/kkjhkwr fokku {ks=ksa esa jk;cjsyh,oa uks,mk ifjlj ls lapkfyr dj jgk gsa ;s dk;zøe gsa& Lukrd Lrjh; dk;zdze 1. chvsd bu isvªksfy;e bathfu;fjax ¼4 o khz; iw.kzdkfyd dk;zøe] lhv&40½ 2. chvsd bu dsfedy bathfu;fjax ¼4 o khz; iw.kzdkfyd dk;zøe] lhv&35½ izos k izfø;k& IIT JEE Advanced Ldksj ds vk/kkj ij ks{kf.kd ;ksx;rk& vh;ffkz;ksa dks de ls de 60 izfr kr vadksa ¼vuqlwfpr ds lanhkz esa 55 izfr kr½ ds lkfk 12oha ;k led{k ijh{kk fokku fo k; ls mrrh.kz gksuk pkfg,a ijklukrd dk;zdze 1.,eVsd bu isvªksfy;e bathfu;fjax ¼2 o khz; iw.kzdkfyd dk;zøe] lhv&10½ 2.,eVsd bu dsfedy bathfu;fjax ¼2 o khz; iw.kzdkfyd dk;zøe] lhv&10½ izos k izfdz;k& GATE Ldksj ds ckn O;fDrxr lk{kkrdkj vk/kkj ij ks{kf.kd ;ksx;rk& 4 o khz; fmxzh isvªksfy;e bathfu;fjax] isvªksdsfedy bathfu;fjax] izksmd ku bathfu;fjax] dsfedy bathfu;fjax] esdsfudy bathfu;fjax] bumflvª;y bathfu;fjax ;k esu;wqsdpfjax bathfu;fjax esa izkir fd;k gksa 3.,ech, bu isvªksfy;e,oa ÅtkZ izcu/ku ¼2 o khz; iw.kzdkfyd dk;zdze uks,mk ls lapkfyr] lhv&50½ izos k izfdz;k& CAT/GMAT Ldksj ds i pkr O;fDrxr lk{kkrdkj ds vk/kkj ij ks{kf.kd ;ksx;rk& de ls de 60 izfr kr vadksa ds lkfk ¼vuqlwfpr ds lanhkz esa 55 izfr kr½ 10oha,oa 12oha dh ijh{kk xf.kr ds lkfk mrrh.kz gksuk pkfg,a fdlh Hkh fo k; esa 4 o khz; ijh{kk de ls de 65 izfr kr vadksa ;k lhihvkbz ds lkfk mrrh.kz fd;k gksa ih,pmh dk;zøe& fofhkuu bathfu;fjax fo k;,oa vk/kkjhkwr fokku fo k;ksa esa ih,pmh dk;zøe izos k izfø;k& GATE Score/CSIR-NET ds i pkr~ lk{kkrdkj ds }kjk ks{kf.kd fohkkx vkj0th0vkbz0ih0vh0 fueu 3 ks{kf.kd fohkkxksa ds vurxzr iwozlukrd] ijklukrd,oa MkDVjksy Lrj ds dk;zdze lapkfyr dj jgh gs& 1. isvªksfy;e bathfu;fjax fohkkx 2. jlk;fud bathfu;fjax fohkkx 3. izcu/k v/;;u fohkkx 2 okf kzd izfrosnu 2014&15

76 v/;k; 13 Nk= la[;k o kz ch0vsd0 ¼dsfedy bathfu;fjax½ ch0vsd0 ¼isVªksfy;e bathfu;fjax½,ech, ¼isVªksfy;e,oa ÅtkZ izcu/ku½,e0vsd0 ¼ isvªksfy;e bathfu;fjax ½ ,e0Vsd0 ¼dsfedy bathfu;fja½ finys csp ds Nk= lfeefyr ih,p-mh- okf kzd izfrosnu 2014&15 3

77 v/;k; 4 Nk= fu;kstu dh flfkfr ch0 Vsd0 dsfedy bathfu;fjax ¼Nk= la[;k&30½ Øe la[;k deifu;ksa ds uke fu;ksftr Nk=ksa dh la[;k 1 isvªksusv,y,u th 2 2 uksokvk bathfu;fjax 1 3 Xykscy MkVk 1 4 fjyk;ul b.mflvªt fyfevsm 2 5 ch0ih0lh0,y0 2 6 vkjthvkbzihvh 2 7 Jh eka nqxkz QwM,oa dsfedy izk0 fy0 1 8,p,y,l,f k;k fyfevsm 1 9 vkbz vks lh,y ¼ifjlj ds vfrfjdr½ 2 10 mpp f k{kk gsrq d O;ku LVsV fo ofo ky; ¼,e,l½ 1 [k ;wgksvk fo ofo ky; ¼,e,l½ 1 Xk vkbz vkbz,llh caxyw: ¼,e,l½ 1?k vkbz vkbz Vh dkuiqj ¼,e-Vsd-½ 1 ³ vkbz vkbz Vh eqecbz ¼,e-Vsd-½ 1 dqy fu;ksftr Nk= 19 ch0vsd0 isvªksfy;e vfhk;akf=dh ¼Nk= la[;k&38½ 1 ksy bf.m;k 4 2 vnkuh xsl fyfevsm 2 3 vks0,u0th0lh0 fyfevsm 5 4 Xykscy MkVk 2 5,QvkbZvkbZVh&tsbZbZ] fnyyh 1 6 Leky Ldsy b.mflvªt ¼,l,l vkbz½ 1 7,p,y,l,f k;k fyfevsm 1 8 mpp f k{kk gsrq d M~;wMsysQ fo ofo ky;] LohtjyS.M ¼,e,l½ 1 [k dsfyqksfuz;k balvhv~;wv vkwq VsDukykth 1 Xk flfoy lfozl ijh{kk rs;kjh gsrq 2?k dqy fu;ksftr Nk= 20,e0ch0,0 isvªksfy;e,oa ÅtkZ izcu/ku ¼Nk= la[;k&31½ 1 chihlh,y 2 2 Vsd efgunzk 2 3 fjyk;ul b.mflvªt fyfevsm 6 4 vnkuh xsl fyfevsm 3 5 dsih,eth 1 4 okf kzd izfrosnu 2014&15

78 v/;k; 15 f k{k.k,oa kks/k gsrq vk/kkjhkwr lajpuk orzeku esa] lalfkku nks ifjljksa ds ek/;e ds dk;z dj jgk gs& ks{kf.kd fø;kdyki,qthvkbzvh ifjlj,oa vkoklh; ifjlj vkbz Vh vkbz Vkmuf ki ds ek/;e ls vdknfed xfrfof/k;ksa dk lapkyu dj jgk gsa isvªksfy;e fjtokz;j bathfu;fjax iz;ksx kkyk isvªksfy;e fjtokz;j bathfu;fjax iz;ksx kkyk dh LFkkiuk isvªksfy;e bathfu;fjax ds Nk=ksa gsrq fjtokz;j xq.kksa dh cukov [kkstus ds fy, dh x;h gsa Nk=ksa dks izf k{k.k iznku djus ds fy, fueu midj.k miyc/k gsa& fyfdom ijfe;kehvj xsl ijfe;kehvj lspqjs ku Vkbi izkslisfjvh ehvj dksj Iyx Mªhy izsl dksj xzkbfumax,oa dfvax e khu fmªfyax ywm,oa lhesuvs ku iz;ksx kkyk fmªfyax ywm,oa lhesuv iz;ksx kkyk dh LFkkiuk isvªksfy;e bathfu;fjax Nk=ksa ds fy, fmªfyax ywm ¼dhpM+½ ds cksjosy esa izpyu ds xq.kksa ds ijh{k.k ds fy, dh x;h gsa ;g iz;ksx kkyk fueu midj.kksa ds lqlfttr gs& fofhkuu xfr oh th foldksehvj fqvj izsl em csysul ih,p ehvj lsum duvsuv eslfjax V~;wc ek kz Quy foldksehvj,dliyksjs ku,oa izkslisfdvax iz;ksx kkyk vkjthvkbzihvh us vr;k/kqfud rduhd ls ;qdr,dliyksjs ku,oa izkslisfdvax iz;ksx kkyk dh LFkkiuk dh gsa iz;ksx kkyk esa M~;wy ekuhvj O;oLFkk,oa izkstsd ku O;oLFkk ds lkfk 13 odzlvs ku gsaa Msy Vh7500 odzlvs ku ft;ksu izkslslj] 24 thch jse],oa xzkfqdl dkmz,oa 64 thch eseksjh ;qdr gsa cm+s vkdkj ds eseksjh vpns 3Mh lslfed MkVklsV ds fotqvykbts ku esa lg;ksx djrk gsa lhkh odzlvs ku nks ekuhvjksa ¼24 bap izr;sd½ ds lkfk,p Mh rkj ls tqm+s gq;s gsaa lslfed ekbøks rduhd fdaxme lk Vos;j ds }kjk lalfkku dks vuqnku fn;s x;s gsaa lk Vos;j fjtokz;j fp=.k ds fy, lslfed MkVk fo ys k.k dk v/;kiu djkus esa lg;ksx iznku djrk gsa okf kzd izfrosnu 2014&15 5

79 ft;ks lkbal iz;ksx kkyk ft;ks lkbal iz;ksx kkyk esa,cylksukbv],h;wjkbv,yckbv] cksjkdl] Vkd] ftlij] ck;ks VkbM tsls irfkj,oa [kfut miyc/k gs,oa Nk= bu irfkjksa,oa [kfutksa dk iz;ksx buds HkkSfrd xq.k/kez,oa n` ; xq.k/keksza dks igpkuus ds fy;s djrs gsaa ;g Nk=ksa dks ifkjhys Lrj ij miyc/k isvªksfy;e mriknksa dks igpkuus dh vk/kkjhkwr ifjdyiuk dk fodkl djrk gsa loszf;ax iz;ksx kkyk loszf;ax iz;ksx kkyk ijeijkxr,oa vk/kqfud loszf;ax midj.kksa ;Fkk&Vsi] vkvks ysoy] VksVy LVs ku] th ih,l,oa Mh th ih,l tsls midj.kksa ls ;qdr gsa Nk= vr;k/kqfud rduhd }kjk isvªksfy;e vfhk;kaf=dh,iyhds ku ds fy, loszf;ax MkVk dk iz;ksx djrs gsaa isvªksfy;e mrikn ijh{k.k iz;ksx kkyk bl iz;ksx kkyk dk fuekz.k dsfedy bathfu;fjax ds Nk=ksa ds fy,,cyl VsfLVax midj.k] DykmM,oa iksj IokbUV] jsmoqm foldksehvj] dkwij LVªhi dksjstu VsLV ;a=] tsls ijeijkxr,oa vk/kqfud midj.kksa ds lkfk fd;k x;k gsa ;s Nk=ksa dks ÅtkZ {ks= ds isvªksfy;e mriknksa ds vk/kkjhkwr ifjdyiuk dks fodflr djus esa lgk;rk djrk gsa HkkSfrd fokku iz;ksx kkyk HkkSfrd fokku iz;ksx kkyk] HkkSfrd kkl= ds fofhkuu {ks=ksa,oa fofhkuu ekiksa,oa dfe;ksa dk fo ys k.k Nk= fofhkuu?kvukvksa ds }kjk dj ldsa] fufezr dh x;h gsa ;s Nk=ksa dks ÅtkZ {ks= esa,oa isvªksfy;e,oa fjqkbfuax bathfu;fjax {ks= esa HkkSfrd fokku dh vk/kkjhkwr ifjdyiukvksa ds iz;ksx dks le>us esa lg;ksx iznku djrh gsa xsj ijeijkxr ÅtkZ iz;ksx kkyk xsj ijeijkxr ÅtkZ iz;ksx kkyk dh LFkkiuk ;qok bathfu;jksa dks ÅtkZ ds osdfyid L=ksrksa ds fy, izf kf{kr,oa f kf{kr djus ds fy, dh x;h gsa iz;ksx kkyk dk eq[; mn~ns ; vkj th vkbz ih Vh ds fy, lokszrd` V lksj ÅtkZ O;oLFkk,oa lksj ÅtkZ vk/kkfjr xsj ijeijkxr ÅtkZ ds {ks= esa ks{kf.kd okrkoj.k dk fodkl djuk gsa blds vfrfjdr ;s,d ifjlj dh vuqla/kku,oa fodkl dsunz Hkh gs] tksfd lksj rki ÅtkZ ds midj.kksa ds fofhkuu izk:iksa ij dsfunzr gsa ;s iz;ksx kkyk fmqjsfu k;y LdSfuax dsyksjhehvj ¼Mh,l lh½] MkVk,D;wts ku ;wfuv tsls,oa vu; lecfu/kr ls midj.kksa ls lqlfttr gsa dsfedy bathfu;fjax iz;ksx kkyk vkjthvkbzihvh us nks dsfedy bathfu;fjax ;wfuv vkijs ku iz;ksx kkyk dh LFkkiuk ds fy, vk/kqfud midj.k Ø; fd;s gsaa nks iz;ksx kkyk dsfedy bathfu;fjax ds vf/kdrj {ks= ;Fkk& izfrfø;k bathfu;fjax] ghv VªkUlQj] ekl VªkUlQj] ywm yks] ywm ikfvzdy fllve] FkeksZMk;usfeDl,oa izkslsl Mk;ufeDl,oa duvªksy vkfn dks lekfo V djrh gsaa ikwfyej iz;ksx kkyk Mk0 mekizluu vks>k,oa Mk0 nsck kh k ikamk us viuh LorU=,oa lgks;xkred kks/k dks c<+kus ds fy,,d jlk;u kks/k iz;ksx kkyk dh LFkkiuk dh gsa Mk0 vks>k ikyhej bathfu;fjax fo ks krk ls ;qdr dkczfud jlk;u kkl=h gsa] tksfd flufksfll,oa xsl laxzg.k] kqf)dj.k,oa QksVk oksyvsbd,iyhds ku ds lkfk uksosy usuks&lvªdpj inkfkz ds fooj.k ds {ks= ij vuqlu/kku dj jgs gsaa Mk0 ikamk tksfd ck;ksfqftdl,oa usuks evsfj;y~l ds fo ks kkrk ds lkfk iz;ksxkred HkkSfrd jlk;u kkl=h gsa] ck;ks ;wy es izksqkmum,iyhds ku ds lkfk ck;ks usuks inkfkksza ds {ks= esa viuk vuqlu/kku dj jgs gsaa iz;ksx kkyk xq.korrkk ;qdr vuqlu/kku gsrq vk/kkjhkwr lelr midj.kksa ls lqlfttr gsa 6 okf kzd izfrosnu 2014&15

80 vkbz Vh iz;ksx kkyk vkbz Vh iz;ksx kkyk vilvªhe,oa MkmufLVªe m ksax {ks=ksa ds lk Vos;j ls ;qdr gsa buesa esvysc] esisy] vkvksdsm flfoy FkzhMh],Lisu Iyl],ukfll] y;suv lh,q Mh] ;wvh dse] thvks bz,,l] lh,eth lk Vos;j] fdaxme lwv] xksfl;u,oa xksl O;w] fj;y odz LVqfM;ks],Mksc,ØkscsV,Dl] bathfu;fjax bdos ku lkyoj] fvªecy,oa dkselksy tsls lk Vos;j lfeefyr gsaa iqlrdky; vkjthvkbzihvh dk dsunzh; iqlrdky; o kz 2009 ls dk;z dj jgk gsa blesa isvªksfy;e,oa dsfedy bathfu;fjax {ks=] ÅtkZ] vks ksfxd lqj{kk,oa lecfu/kr fo k;ksa dh fo ks kkrk okyh iqlrdsa] tuzyl] LVSUMZMl] rduhdh fjiksvz] vkuykbu tuzyl] MkVkcsl vkfn miyc/k gsaa Nik gqvk laxzg Rofjr :i ls v/;kidksa,oa Nk=ksa ds v/;kiu,oa kks/k vko ;drkvksads vuqlkj fodflr dh tkrh gsaa blesa djhc 6000 iqlrdsa,oa tuzy gsaa iqlrdky; esa vkwvkses ku dk vkjehk,l vks ;w,y 2-0 laldj.k&bu yhcsuv ¼;wthlh½ ds lesfdr iqlrdky; izcu/k lk Vos;j ds iz;ksx ls gqvk gsa vkjthvkbzihvh iqlrdky; dk chcyksxzkfqd MkVkcsl vkuykbu ifcyd,dlsl dsvykwx esa miyc/k gs ftls dh ds ek/;e ls iz;ksx fd;k tk ldrk gsa uks,mk ifjlj izcu/k v/;;u fohkkx orzeku esa vks vkbz Mh ch Hkou] uks,mk ls gh lapkfyr gks jgk gsa ks{kf.kd ifjlj lh[kus esa lgk;d okrkoj.k dks cukus okys vk/kqfud lqfo/kkvksa ls ;qdr gsa okb&qkb la;qdr ifjlj] vk/kqfud d{kk;sa dei;wvj,oa vkfm;ks&fofm;ks lqfo/kkvksa ls lqlfttr gsa,oa iqlrdky; Hkh Nk=ksa ds v/;;u dh lqfo/kk iznku djus okyh iqlrdksa ls laxzfgr gsaa ogak Nk=ksa ds v/;;u] izkstsdv,oa xzqi dk;z gsrq i;kzir LFkku miyc/k gsa LorU= QSdYVh dk;kzy;,d vpnk dk;z okrkoj.k miyc/k djkrk gsa uks,mk dk iqlrdky; iqlrdky; esa 850 ls vf/kd iqlrdksa,oa izcu/ku ls lecfu/kr tuzyl,oa if=dk, ftuesa ls dqn] CywecxZ fctusl ohd] º;weu dsfivy] Økl dypj izcu/k ds vurjkz Vªh; tuzyl] vkxszukbts kuy fcgsfo;j tuzyl] Lyksu esustesuv fjo;w vkfn miyc/k gsaa dqn tuzyl b.mlsv dksulksjvh;e ij Hkh miyc/k gsa A iqlrdksa,oa tuzyl ls vfrfjdr iqlrdky; esa,cldks],esjkym] lh,evkbbz] lh,evkbbz izksosl] buqzkykbu ÅtkZ% bf.m;u vk;y,oa xsl lsdvj] buqzkykbu ÅtkZ% vilvªhe lsdvj MkVkcsl vkfn vkuykbu MkVkcsl ls Hkh la;qdr gsa miyc/k lk Vos;j& vkbzch,e vksih,y vkivhekbts ku LVwfM;ks],lih,l,l],oa esvysc ykblsul Hkh fohkkx esa miyc/k gsaa okf kzd izfrosnu 2014&15 7

81 v/;k; 6 ifj;kstuk xfrfof/k;kw tk;l ifjlj% vkj0th0vkbz0ih0vh0 dk Lo;a dk ifjlj tk;l esa fufezr gks jgk gs tks fd jk;cjsyh m0iz0 ls 27 fdeh dh nwjh ij flfkr gsa tslk dh folr`r ifj;kstuk izfrosnu esa Hkfo ; dh lahkkouk,a gsa] vkj0th0vkbz0ih0vh0 ds tk;l ifjlj dks yxhkx 125,dM+ Hkwfe dh vko ;drk gs ftlls dh mldh lelr ks{kf.kd] vkoklh;] [ksydwn,oa vu; lqfo/kkvksa dh vko ;drk,a iw.kz gks ldsa orzeku esa 47,dM+] bf.m;u vkw;y VSafdax fyfevsm }kjk dz; dh gq;h] Hkwfe jk;cjsyh&lqyrkuiqj jktekxz ij vkj0th0vkbzih0vh0 ds LokfeRo esa gsa tcfd ks k Hkwfe ds vf/kxzg.k gsrq vkosnu jkt; ljdkj ls izkir djus gsrq vkosnu fd;k tk pqdk gsa izfke Lrj ds flfoy dk;z dk Bsdk twu 2010 esa i;kzoj.k fohkkx ls Lohd`fr ds i pkr fn;k tk pqdk gsa bathfu;lz bf.m;k fyfevsm dks ifj;kstuk izcu/ku lykgdkj ds :i esa fu;qdr fd;k x;k gsa izkjafhkd pj.k esa ifjlj dh lqfo/kkvksa ds fuekz.k gsrq 13-5 yk[k oxz QqV {ks= ds fuekz.k dh ;kstuk gs] ftlesa kkfey gsa& 1. vkoklh; {ks=] izk/;kidksa,oa dezpkfj;ksa gsrq 2. Nk=ksa ds fy, Nk=kokl 3. ladk; [k.m] v/;kiu d{k vkfn ls ;qdr ks{kf.kd ifjlj vkfn 4. vkxarqd x`g] fpfdrlk bdkbz,oa O;kikfjd dsunz Hkou fuekz.k Bsdsnkj }kj miyc/k lalk/kuksa ds viw.kz la?kvu ds dkj.k Hkou fuekz.k izfø;k esa nsjh gq;ha fuekz.k ds fy, 31 ekpz 2013 rd dk vfrfjdr le; iznku djus ds i pkr Hkh fuekz.k izxfr flqz 42 izfr kr FkhA Bsdsnkj }kjk fu/kkzfjr y{; dh izkfir esa vlqy gksus dks n`f Vxr j[krs gq;s Hkou fuekz.k ds fy, fn;k x;k Bsdk ebz 2013 dks jn~n dj fn;k x;k ¼nksuksa gh i{kksa dh f kdk;rsa vhkh foospuk esa gs½a,d uohu Bsdk la;qdr :i ls Hkou fuekz.k] lqlttk] fo qr] ty vkiwfrz] IyfEcax] HkjkbZ vkfn dks feykdj vkjthvkbzihvh }kjk 2 flrecj 2013 dks ns fn;k x;k gsa iw.kz ifj;kstuk dk;z 31 fnlecj 2015 rd gks tk;sxka vkj0th0vkbz0ih0vh0 dk vle dsunz isvªksfy;e {ks= esa vuqhkoh ekuo lalk/ku dks izksrlkfgr djus ds fy,] izlrkfor ks{kf.kd O;oLFkk dks iw.kz djus gsrq vkj0th0vkbz0ih0vh0 us,d led{k ks{kf.kd dsunz vle jkt; esa LFkkfir fd;k gsa rrdkyhu ekuuh; iz/kkuea=h Mk0 eueksgu flag }kjk vkj0th0vkbz0ih0vh0 ds vle dsunz dk f kyku;kl vle ds f kolkxj esa Qjojh 19] 2011 dks fd;k x;ka vkj0th0vkbz0ih0vh0 dsunz ds fuekz.k gsrq Hkwfe] vle ljdkj }kjk f kolkxj esa izlrkfor fd;k x;k gs ftlds fy, 100,dM+ ljdkjh Hkwfe vkj0th0vkbz0ih0vh0 }kjk 2010 esa dz; dh x;ha ks{kf.kd dk;zdze tks vkj0th0vkbz0ih0vh0 vle dsunz }kjk izlrkfor gsa muesa dq ky rduhdh izf k{k.k gsrq yksxksa dks izek.ki=] fmiyksek,oa,moakl fmiyksek iznku djuk gsa mijksdr ds lkfk&lkfk la;qdr f}lrjh; fmxzh ¼ch0,l0lh0],e0,l0lh0½ dk;zdze,oa lrr ks{kf.kd dk;zdze fo ks k;rk isvªksfy;e {ks= esa iznku djuk gs ftlls dh rsy] xsl],oa isvªksdsfedy b.mlvªh dh vko ;drk;sa iw.kz dh tk ldsa fmiyksek dk;zdze esa esdsfudy bathfu;fjax] bysfdvªdy bathfu;fjax] iz;ksx kkyk rduhd,oa bulvªwesuv rduhd lfeefyr gsa,moakl fmiyksek dk;zdze esa fmªfyax rduhd] ikbiykbu bathfu;fjax],oa isvªksfy;e lapkyu lfeefyr gsa Nk= la[;k NBs o kz rd 630 ds djhc igqapus dh lahkkouk gsa yxhkx 45 ladk; lnl; fofhkuu Lrjksa ij viuk funsz ku Nk=&Nk=kvksa dks iznku djsxsaa vkj0th0vkbz0ih0vh0 dk vle dsunz iw.kzr;k vkoklh; laalfkku gksxk tksfd ifjlj esa gh fuokl,oa Nk=kokl kr&izfr kr Nk=&Nk=kvksa,oa ladk; ds lnl;ksa dks iznku fd;k tk;sxka 8 okf kzd izfrosnu 2014&15

82 ifjlj fuekz.k dh izxfr ds fy, LFkku dk fujh{k.k ft;ksvsdfudy ijh{k.k dk;z iw.kz gks pqdk gsa dk;z LFky dkqh uhps LFkku ij gs ftlds fy, vko ;d fev~vh dk Hkjko,oa [kqnkbz dk;z vko ;d gs tks fd iw.kz gks pqdk gsa caxyq: dsun jktho xka/kh isvªksfy;e izks ksfxdh lalfkku us ^^vfxu lqj{kk vfhk;af=dh,oa izkslsl lqj{kk vuqla/kku dsunz** dh LFkkiuk caxyq: dukzvd esa fd;k gsa bl dsunz esa vfxu lqj{kk vfhk;kaf=dh,oa izkslsl lqj{kk ds fy, fn;s tkus okys ks{kf.kd,oa izf k{k.k dk;zøeksa dks izksrlkfgr djus ds fy, vr;k/kqfud lqfo/kkvksa ls ;qdr fo olrjh; lajpuk gksxha bldh LFkkiuk VsDlkl,,.M,e fo ofo ky;] ;w,l, ds lg;ksx ls gksxh,oa bl gsrq vkilh le>ksrk iwoz gh esa dj fy;k x;k gsa bl dsunz dh vk/kkjf kyk dsunzh; isvªksfy;e,oa izkd`frd xsl ea=h Mk0 fojiik eksbyh }kjk 4 ekpz 2014 dks fd;k x;ka dukzvd ljdkj 150,dM+ Hkwfe caxyq: esa lqj{kk dsunz dks [kksyus ds fy, iznku djus gsrq lger gks x;h gsa ;g vkjthvkbzihvh dk Hkkjr esa r`rh; ifjlj gksxka forrh; ykxr,oa fuf/kdj.k tk;l ifjlj ds fuekz.k gsrq Lohd`r iwathxr O;; :0 435 djksm+ dh fuf/k fueu izdkj dh x;h gs& 285 djksm+ #i;s ctvh; lg;ksx Hkkjrh; dsunz ljdkj }kjk iznku fd;k x;k 150 djksm+ #i;s vkby bumlvªht MsoyiesUV cksmz }kjk lg;ksx fd;k x;k gsa vle dsunz ds lanhkz esa Lohd`r iwathxr /kujkf k 143 djksm+ #i;s vks0vkbz0mh0ch0,oa lkoztfud {ks= dh rsy deifu;ksa ¼vks0,u0th0lh0] vkbz0vks0lh0,y0] xsy] vkby] bz0vkbz0,y],oa,u0vkj0,y0½ 65%35 ds vuqikr esa iznku dh x;h gsa vkj0th0vkbz0ih0vh0 esa oklofod iawthxr O;; o kz 2014&15 rd fueu fooj.kkuqlkj gs& iwathxr O;; jk;cjsyh tk;l vlke dqy ¼:0 yk[k esa½ Hkwfe vu; Hkwfe vu; rd kwu; kwu; Total ds vkorhz [kpz izeq[k lkoztfud {ks= dh rsy deifu;ksa ¼vks0,u0th0lh0] vkbz0vks0lh0,y0] xsy] vkby] bz0vkbz0,y],oa,u0vkj0,y0½ }kjk izkir o`frrnku /kujkf k 250 djksm+ #i;s ds C;kt ls gh eq[;r% iw.kz gks jgh gsa vle dsunz ds lanhkz esa 182 djksm+ #i;s ds Lohd`r o`frr/ku tksfd vks0,u0th0lh0] vkbz0vks0lh0,y0] xsy] vkby] bz0vkbz0,y],oa,u0vkj0,y0 }kjk izkir gs fd vftzr C;kt ls gh vkorhz O;; dh iwfrz dh tkrh gsa okf kzd izfrosnu 2014&15 9

83 a v/;k; 7 vkjthvkbzihvh esa vk;ksftr dk;zøe isvªksfy;e,oa izkd`frd xsl ea=ky; ds vf/kdkfj;ksa ds fy, vk;ksftr izf k{k.k dk;zøe% vkj th vkbz ih Vh uks,mk dsunz] vks vkbz Mh ch Hkou] lsdvj&73] uks,mk] esa rsy,oa izkd`frd xsl ea=ky; esa fofhkuu Lrjksa ij fu;qdr gq;s u;s dezpkfj;ksa ds fy, 24 vxlr 2014 dks,d fnolh; vuqdwyy izf k{k.k dk;zøe] izcu/k fodkl dk;zøe fljht ds rgr vk;ksftr fd;ka bl volj ij Jh c khb <ksyfd;k] mik/;{k ¼uxj xsl forj.k½ vnkuh xsl fyfevsm eq[; vfrffk FksA izf k{k.k dk;zøe esa isvªksfy;e mrikn ewy;] isvªksfy;e mrikn foi.ku] Hkkjrh; ifjis{; esa vilvªhe,oa MkmuLVªhe fu;ked ekeys,oa pquksfr;ka] osf od ÅtkZ okrkoj.k],oa rsy,oa xsl [kkst] tsls lecfu/kr fo k;ksa dk lekos k FkkA lhkh lghkkfx;ksa us dk;zøe dks cgqr gh vpnk ik;k,oa bls vr;f/kd mi;ksxh,oa lwpuknk;d :i esa vius fopkj fn;sa mrikn fgllsnkjh lafonk izcu/ku ds os/kkfud i{k ij dk;zøe lalfkku us rhu fnolh; izf k{k.k dk;zøe mrikn fgllsnkjh lafonk izcu/ku ds os/kkfud i{k ij Mh th,p ds fofhkuu fo k;ksa ;Fkk ft;ksykth] ft;ksfqftdl] fjtjok;j] mriknu,oa fmªfyax ds uksmy vf/kdkfj;ksa ds fy, vk;ksftr fd;k x;ka dk;zøe 7 ls 9 tuojh 2015 dks vkj th vkbz ih Vh uks,mk esa vk;ksftr fd;k x;ka Jh ch0,u0 rkyqdnkj] funs kd] gkbmªksdkczu funs kky; mijksdr volj ij eq[; vfrffk FksA Jh Vh0ds0 etwenkj] vf/kodrk] mppre U;k;ky;,oa os/kkfud lykgdkj] vkjthvkbzihvh izf k{k.k dk;zøe ds eq[; izf k{kd FksA izf k{k.k dk;zøe esa mrikn fgllsnkjh lafonk,oa lh ch,e lafonk fu;e,oa O;k[;k] rsy,oa izkd`frd xsl fu;e 1959,oa la kks/ku rn~uqlkj fu;e dh O;k[;k,oa vks vkj Mh vf/kfu;e,oa la kks/ku rn~uqlkj fu;e dh O;k[;k tsls fo k;ksa dks lekosf kr fd;k x;ka izf k{k.k dk;zøe esa izhkkoiw.kz l=] lkewfgd dk;z] iz;ksxkred,iyhds ku] izlrqfrdj.k,oa Hkk k.k gq;sa rduhdh dk;zøe [kfut&2014 lkald`frd dk;zøe dyrjax& &22 Qjojh 2015 dks vkjthvkbzihvh jk;cjsyh ds Nk=ks a }kjk okf kzd lakld`frd dk;zøe dyrjax 2015 dk vk;kstu fd;k x;ka bl lakld`frd dk;zøe dk vkjthvkbzihvh es a rhljh ckj vk;kstu fd;k x;k] ftles a vk;kstd lalfkku,oa jk;cjsyh es a flfkr vu; mpp f k{k.k lalfkkuks ;Fkk&fu V],QMhMhvkbZ],QthvkbZbZVh],Qthih }kjk fofhkuu [ksy,oa lkald`frd dk;zøeks a es a c<&+p< dj Hkkx fy;ka eq[; vfrffk Jh,uukxs oj jko] funs kd&iykav], lh lh fyfevsm] vesbh] izks0 t;izdk k xqirk] funs kd] vkjthvkbzihvh,oa vu; izfrf Br O;fDr;ks a }kjk nhi izttoyu ds lkfk nks fnolh; dk;zøe dk mn~?kkvu fd;k x;ka mn~?kkvu lacks/ku es a Jh,uukxs oj jko us dgk fd vkt ds le; es a fodflr ns kks a ds lerqy; pyus ds fy;s Hkkjr es a,d Kkuvk/kkfjr,oa cqf)thfo;ks a ds lekt dk fuekz.k gks jgk gsa gekjh ;qok ih<+h dks Hkkjr dks fodflr jk Vª cukus ds fy, uo;qfdr,oa m ferk ds fy, vkxs c<+uk,oa usr`ro djuk gksxka vkjthvkbzihvh,lihbz dh Nk= lhkk us izfke rduhdh mrlo [kfut&2014 dk vk;kstu vkjthvkbzihvh jk;cjsyh esa 31 vdvwcj 2014 ls 2 uoecj 2014 fd;ka mrlo dk izkjehk eq[; vfrffk Mk0 vkj0ds0 [k.mky] midqyifr] ;wihvh;w }kjk izfrhkkfx;ksa ds cm+s lewg ds chp nhi izttoyu djds fd;ka mrlo esa vkjthvkbzihvh ds lkfk vkbz vkbz Vh ch,p;w] okjk.klh] ;wihbzlh] nsgjknwu],e,uvkbzvh] bykgkckn] MhvkbZVh] nsgjknwu],oa ;wvkbzv] y[kuå us Hkh Hkkx fy;ka bl volj ij] ikslvj,oa isij izlrqfrdj.k] rduhdh iz uksrrjh],lisu ekmy izfr;ksfxrk] duv~;wj ekmfyax] jkscksfvdl] fmªfyax ywm iz;ksx izfr;ksfxrk] fdaxme iz;ksx izfr;ksfxrk] lsfled MkVk O;k[;k],jks ekmfyax,oa rsy O;olk; tsls dk;zøeksa dk vk;kstu gqvka 10 okf kzd izfrosnu 2014&15

84 lkald`frd dk;zøe izfr/ofu vkjthvkbzihvh ds Nk=ksa }kjk,d var% lkald`frd dk;zøe izfr/ofu dk vk;kstu flrecj 2014 esa ch0vsd0 ds u;s Nk=ksa ds Lokxr ds fy, fd;k x;ka finys rhu o kksza ls Nk= izfr/ofu dk vk;kstu fofhkuu {ks=ksa ;Fkk&xkuk] [ksydwn] u`r; vkfn esa mudh :fp dks c<+kok nsus ds fy, djrs vk jgs gsaa ckldsvcky] okyhcky] lkbcj xse],dy xku],dy u`r;] lewg u`r; vkfn tsls dk;zøeksa dk vk;kstu Hkh fd;k x;k rkfd jk Vªh;,oa vurjkz Vªh; izfr;ksfxrk esa Hkkx ysus ls igys ;qok,oa l`tukrd eflr d dks vius?kj esa vius lkfkh Nk=ksa ds lkfk izfr;ksfxrk djus dk volj izkir gksa izhkkodkjh v/;kiu ij dk;z kkyk 21 flrecj 2014 dks ladk; lnl;ksa,oa vkjthvkbzihvh] jk;cjsyh ds ih,pmh Nk=ksa gsrq mi;qdr,oa v ru Kku iznku djus ds fy, izhkkodkjh v/;kiu fo k; ij,d dk;z kkyk dk vk;kstu fd;k x;k] ftlls fd os yksx Nk=ksa dh vko ;drkvksa dks izhkkodkjh rjhds ls le> ldsa,oa ml Kku dk iz;ksx ikb~;øe fuekz.k,oa d{kk v/;kiu esa dj ldsaa orkzyki ds chp ;ke iv,oa ihihvh] ohfm;ks] dv&lsd ku ekmy ds lkfk izhkkodkjh v/;kiu ds egro dks js[kkafdr fd;ka lelr ladk; lnl;ksa }kjk dk;z kkyk esa Hkkx fy;k x;ka vkjthvkbzihvh Lo;alsfo;ksa }kjk lqkbz dk;z vkjthvkbzihvh ls lektlsoh laxbu viz.k ds rrok/kku esa jk Vªfirk egkrek xak/kh ds tue fnol ds volj ij iakp izkfkfed fo ky;ksa esa vkjthvkbzihvh ds Lo;alsfo;ksa }kjk LoPNrk vfhk;ku pyk;k x;ka vksipkfjd LoPNrk dk;zøe vkjthvkbzihvh Nk=kokl,oa rnksijkur lelr fo ky;ksa tgka LoPNrk dk;z fd;k x;k] esa vk;ksftr kifk xzg.k ds lkfk izkjehk gqvka vkjthvkbzihvh dk isvªksvsd,oa okbczsav xqtjkr esa izfrhkkx vkjthvkbzihvh us uks,mk esa vk;ksftr f}okf kzd vurjkz Vªh; izn kuhz,oa leesyu isvªksvsd&2014 esa vius ks{kf.kd dk;zøeksa dks iznf kzr djus okyh LVky yxkdj Hkkx fy;ka bl vurjkz Vªh; izn kuhz esa Hkkx ysus dk izeq[k mn~ns ; Nk=ksa] vfhkhkkodksa] rsy,oa xsl {ks= ds izfrfuf/k;ksa,oa ks{kf.kd is ksojksa dks vkjthvkbzihvh ds izfr tkx:d,oa vkdf kzr djuk FkkA lalfkku us xka/khuxj] xqtjkr esa vk;ksftr lkrosa okbczsuv xqtjkr leesyu,oa izn kuhz esa Hkh 8 ls 13 tuojh 2015 rd Hkkx fy;k,oa vius ks{kf.kd mryfc?k;ksa,oa lsokvksa dk izn kzu fd;ka jdrnku f kfoj nwljksa dh lsok djus dh [kq kh vius vki dks larqf V iznku djus okyh lcls cm+h [kq kh iznku djrk gsa lekt ds HkykbZ ds fy, vkjthvkbzihvh Nk=lHkk }kjk viz.k,oa isvªksvsd ds Nk=ksa ds lkfk,d jdrnku f kfoj dks vk;kstu 18 vdvwcj 2014 dks vkjthvkbzihvh ifjlj esa eq[; fpfdrlkf/kdkjh] ftykf/kdkjh],oa iqfyl v/kh{kd] jk;cjsyh ds lg;ksx ls fd;k x;ka okf kzd izfrosnu 2014&15 11

85 Nk= fodkl dk;zøe r`rh; o kz ch-vsd-,oa izfke o kz,e-vsd- isvªksfy;e bathfu;fjax ds Nk=ksa ds lkfk Mk0 ;w0,l0 izlkn,oa Mk0,0ds0 flag us ft;ksykftdy QhYM Vªhi dk vk;kstu 30 uoecj 2014 ls 2 fnlecj 2014 rd f kokfyd iozr J`[kayk ij nsgjknwu esa fd;ka Mk0 nsok kh k ik.mk,oa Mk0 jkds k dqekj vkbz vks lh,y ikuhir fjqkbujh ¼usIFkk&Øsdj bdkbz½,oa bvkbz,y vkj,.m Mh] xqmxako dk Hkze.k f}rh; o kz ch-vsd-,oa izfke o kz dsfedy bathfu;fjax ds Nk=ksa ds lkfk ekpz 2015 esa fd;k FkkA dksbuksb;k&buvuz okrkz vkjthvkbzihvh,lihbz dh Nk=lHkk }kjk isvªksvsd lhkk ds lg;ksx ls 16 vxlr 2014 dks dksbzuksbz;k buvuz okrkz dk vk;kstu fd;k x;ka bl dk;zøe dk vk;kstu izkfkfed :i ls r`rh;,oa prqfkz o kz ds Nk=ksa ds fy,] muds ofj B Nk=ksa ls leidz c<+kus rfkk muds }kjk 6&8 lirkg rd fd;s x;s vks ksfxd izf k{k.k ds vurxzr izkir gq;s vks ksfxd Kku dks izkir djus ds fy, fd;k x;k FkkA ch0vsd0 prqfkz o kz ds Nk= ftugksus viuk xzh edkyhu izf k{k.k izeq[k rsy,oa xsl m ksxksa ;Fkk vkj vkbz,y] LyectZj],Llkj vk;y] vks,uthlh] chihlh,y] vkbz vks lh,y esa fd;k Fkk] mugsa vius vewy; vks ksfxd vuqhkoksa,oa Kku dks ckavus ds fy, vkeaf=r fd;k x;k FkkA mugksaus izf k{k.k ifj;kstuk tks fd iz;ksxkred vuqhko dks izkir djus esa lgk;rk,oa vkxs c<+us ds lqvolj izkir djus ij fopkj foe kz fd;ka,l ih bz dk;zøe Jh lqunjjktu nsoukfku] iwoz izcu/k funs kd] dkyl fjqkbujh us ÅtkZ {ks= es volj fo k; ij,d O;k[;ku fn;ka Nk=ksa ls ckrphr ds nksjku Jh nsoukfku us Nk=ksa dks crk;k dh dsls ÅtkZ {ks= esa orzeku es ;qok vfhk;arkvksa ds fy, miyc/k mttoy Hkfo ; dk iz klr fd;k tk ldrk gsa Jh vt; dqekj] iwoz mi izcu/k funs kd] vks,uthlh us Qjojh 2015 esa vkjthvkbzihvh ds Nk=ksa,oa ladk; lnl;ksa dks vkbz vks lh,y ikuhir fjqk;ujh esa,d vyidkyhu ikb~;øe **,MokUlesUV fmªfyax ywm rduhd** fo k; ij izf k{k.k iznku fd;ka 12 okf kzd izfrosnu 2014&15

86 izks0 furk k cylkjk dk vkjthvkbzihvh esa O;k[;ku O;k[;ku vkjthvkbzihvh jk;cjsyh esa 14 uoecj 2014 dks izks0 furk k cylkjk }kjk ^^;wl vkwq esecjkul Vw VªkUliksVZ fyffk;e vk;ksul~ bu ikyhesfjd fyffk;e csvjh bydvªksykbv~l,.m Vw lsijsv ck;ks& ;wy** fo k; ij O;k[;ku fn;k x;ka izks0 cylkjk dsfyqksfuz;k fo ofo ky;] csjdyh] ;w,l, ds dsfedy,oa ck;ks ekfyd;wyj bathfu;fjax fohkkx ds izkqslj,oa Lukrd f k{kk ds mik/;{k gsaa os dbz izfrf Br iqjldkj ;Fkk&o kz ds vfhk;ark] Hkkjrh; ewy ds vesfjdu vfhk;ark lalfkku] tku,p- f<yyu esmy] ikyhej HkkSfrdh ds fy, vesfjdu HkkSfrdh lkslkbvh iqjldkj,oa dsey MªsQl Vhpj&Ldkyj iqjldkj vkfn] ls leekfur fd;s x;s gsaa izks0 efuunz vxzoky }kjk lel;k fuokj.k dh ifjdyiuk fo k; ij O;k[;ku 11 uoecj 2014 dks in~ejh izks0 efuunz vxzoky] de;wvj fokku,oa bathfu;fjax fohkkx] vkbz vkbz Vh dkuiqj }kjk ^^lel;k fuokj.k dh ifjdyiuk** fo k; ij O;k[;ku fn;k x;ka izks0 vxzoky dks nks n kdksa ls vf/kd dk vuqla/kku,oa ks{kf.kd vuqhko gs rfkk mugsa xf.krh; fokku ds {ks= esa vius egroiw.kz ;ksxnku ds fy, dbz izfrf Br iqjldkj ;Fkk&in~eJh] kkfur Lo:i HkVukxj] es?kukfk lkgk iqjldkj] buqksfll iqjldkj vkfn ls leekfur fd;k x;k gsa Nk=ksa,oa ladk; lnl;ksa ls ckrphr ds nksjku izks0 vxzoky us dgk dh fdlh lel;k dk lek/kku [kkstuk dbz ckj fn;s x;s lek/kku dh ifj kq)rk dks lr;kfir djus ls T;knk dfbu dk;z gksrk gsa fdlh pht dks [kkstus ds fy, lgt vurkkzu] izsj.kk] dyiuk dh vko ;drk gksrh gs tcfd lr;kiu,d lgt esdsfudy izfø;k gs] blfy, vfhk;arkvksa dks lel;kvksa ds lek/kku [kkstus ij fo ks k /;ku nsus pkfg, ftlds fy, xf.krh; x.kuk dh cgqr vf/kd vok ;drk gksrh gsa izks0 jktxksikyu Jhfuoklu }kjk O;k[;ku 12 uoecj 2014 dks izks0 jktxksikyu Jhfuoklu us ^^Vhftax vkmv isvuzl~ bu n b.mlvªh;y izsfdvl vkq llvsfucsfyvh Fkzw VsDLV ekbfuax** fo k; ij fn;k x;ka izks0 Jhfuoklu dsfedy bathfu;fjax fohkkx vkbz vkbz Vh xak/khuxj esa izksqslj gsa bugsa ks{kf.kd,oa vuqlak/ku {ks= dk cgqr folr`r vuqhko gsa dkjiksjsv txr esa fujurjrk ds egro ij ckr djrs gq;s mugksaus dgk fd] vkt ds le; esa deifu;ka fujurjrk cuk;s j[kus dh {kerk dks cuk;s j[kus ds fy, ;Fkksfpr ctv Hkh fu/kkzfjr dj jgs gsa tks fd muds O;kikj dks Hkh izhkkfor djrk gsa Mk0 Mh0ds0 rqyh }kjk ^^ck;ks bza/ku ds okf.kt;hdj.k dh pquksfr;ka** fo k; ij O;k[;ku 13 vxlr 2014 dks Mk0 Mh0ds0 rqyh us ^^ck;ks bza/ku ds okf.kt;hdj.k dh pquksfr;ksa** fo k; ij O;k[;ku fn;k x;ka Mk0 rqyh ¼ck;ksVsdukykth&vkbZ vks lh fohkkx,moakl ck;ks buthz vuqla/kku dsunz½ vkbz vks lh,y vuqla/kku,oa fodkl dsunz] Qjhnkckn] gfj;k.kk ds izca/k funs kd,oa dsunz lapkyd gsaa buds ikl dsfedy m ksx,oa ck;ks ÅtkZ {ks= esa 30 o kz ls vf/kd o kksza dk vuqla/kku,oa fodkl dk vuqhko gsa okf kzd izfrosnu 2014&15 13

87 ^^xf.krh; ftkklk** fo k; ij izks0,l0ds0 xqirk dh okrkz 26 vxlr 2014 dks izks0 lqjsunz dqekj xqirk }kjk,d O;k[;ku xf.krh; ftkklk fo k; ij fn;k x;ka izks0 xqirk vkbz vkbz Vh dkuiqj ds xf.kr fohkkx izeq[k,oa iwoz izksqslj gsa ftugs 4 n kdksa ls vf/kd dk ks{kf.kd,oa iz kklfud vuqhko gsa muds mrd` V ks{kf.kd lg;ksx ds fy, mugas izfrf Br v/;kid iqjldkj&2008 vkbzvkbzvh dkuiqj }kjk leekfur fd;k FkkA fons kh izfrfuf/k;ksa dk Hkze.k izks0 lh0vkj0 psu] esdsfudy bathfu;fjax fohkkx] dqu kakx fo ofo ky;] rkboku] vkj vks lh,oa muds ih,p Mh Nk= rlax uku ow us vurjkz Vªh; la;qdr vuqla/kku lg;ksx dh ifj;kstuk ^^MsoyiesUV vkwq n ihlh,e Qkj FkeZy,uthZ LVksjst dwfyax,iyhds ku** ds rrok/kku esa tqykbz 12] 2014 ls vxlr 6] 2014 rd vkjthvkbzihvh dk Hkze.k fd;ka Hkkjr&rkboku,l,.M Vh dksvkijs ku dk;zøe ;kstuk ds rgr vkjthvkbzihvh,oa dwu kku fo ofo ky;] rkboku la;qdr :i ls bl ifj;kstuk ij dk;z dj jgs gsaa izks0 ikldy gsujh fc;ksys] izodrk] uhl fo ofo ky;] lksfq;k,uvhiksfyl,oa funs kd fcfymax ikyhvsd fohkkx] uhl] lksfq;k] Ýakl us Mk0 ve`rak kq kqdyk] lgk;d izksqslj] HkkSfrd fokku ds vkea=.k ij la;qdr vuqla/kku dk;z ij fopkj foe kz djus ds fy, 18 ls 20 uoecj 2014 rd vkjthvkbzih dk nksjk fd;ka 14 okf kzd izfrosnu 2014&15

88 v/;k; 18 iqjldkj o leeku vkjthvkbzihvh us lkewfgd lekjksg ds chp LorU=rk fnol,oa x.kru= fnol ds volj ij l=akr ijh{kk esa lokszrd` V izn kzu djus okys Nk=ksa dks iqjld`r djus dh ;kstuk kq: dh x;h gsa fueu Nk=ksa dks 15 vxlr 2014 dks iqjld`r fd;k x;k& ch0 Vsd0 izfke o kz ¼isVªksfy;e,oa dsfedy bathfu;fjax½ Øe la[;k vuqøeakd Nk= dk uke czkap fo k;ksa dh dqy la[;k 1 bzlh,pbz13&0035 lqfer oekz dsfedy 2 2 bzihbz13&0013 xksjo vxzoky isvªksfy;e 3 3 bzihbz13&0038 Fkksrk ukx isvªksfy;e 1 ch0 Vsd0 f}rh; o kz ¼isVªksfy;e,oa dsfedy bathfu;fjax½ Øe la[;k vuqøeakd Nk= dk uke czkap fo k;ksa dh dqy la[;k 1 bz11&0041 ujlh jke fc uksbz dsfedy 1 2 bzlh,pbz12&0034 ruqjh vxzoky dsfedy 3 3 bzihbz12&0039 fofnr eksgu isvªksfy;e 2 4 bzlh,pbz12&0017 eks0 Q;ktqn~nhu dsfedy 1 5 bzihbz12&0009 vdak{kk fejk isvªksfy;e 1 6 bzihbz12&0001 jkgqy isvªksfy;e 1 ch0 Vsd0 r`rh; o kz ¼isVªksfy;e,oa dsfedy bathfu;fjax½ Øe la[;k vuqøeakd Nk= dk uke czkap fo k;ksa dh dqy la[;k 1 bz11&0040 e;wj eksvokuh isvªksfy;e 1 2 bz11&0022 nsos k eksvokuh isvªksfy;e 1 3 bz11&0002 vfhk ksd tsu dsfedy 3 4 bz11&0016 vk;q k [k.msyoky dsfedy 2 ch0 Vsd0 prqfkz o kz ¼isVªksfy;e,oa dsfedy bathfu;fjax½ Øe la[;k vuqøeakd Nk= dk uke czkap fo k;ksa dh dqy la[;k 1 bz10&0020 vk kh k dqekj isvªksfy;e 1 2 bz10&0017 vafdr fe/kk isvªksfy;e 1 3 bz10&0068 olqu/kjk isvªksfy;e 2 4 bz10&0066 r:.k Fkksfy;k dsfedy 1 5 bz10&0014 vfuun JhokLro dsfedy 1 6 bz10&0036 ftrsunz vxzoky dsfedy 1 7 bz10&0007 vdqy ldlsuk isvªksfy;e 1 8 bz10&0013 vfuy isvªksfy;e 1 9 bz10&0024 fc;kuh ; k o/kzu isvªksfy;e 1 10 bz10&0027 niz.k xxz isvªksfy;e 1 okf kzd izfrosnu 2014&15 15

89 ,e0 Vsd0 izfke o kz ¼isVªksfy;e,oa dsfedy bathfu;fjax½ Øe la[;k vuqøeakd Nk= dk uke czkap fo k;ksa dh dqy la[;k 1,elh,pbZ13&0002 eks0 csyky gsnj dsfedy 2 2,eihbZ13&002 lksjo lsu xqirk isvªksfy;e 3 26 tuojh 2015 dks iqjld`r Nk=ksa dh lwph Øe la[;k uke vuqøeakd o fo k;ksa dh la[;k 1 vfhk ksd iztkifr bzihbz14& vk kqrks k ik.ms; bzihbz14& fizal dqekj bzihbz14& jkds k f[kppm+ bzlh,pbz14& xksjo vxzoky bzihbz13& lqfer oekz bzlh,pbz13& vf ou ih0 jes k bzihbz12& jatuk lqeu c:vk bzlh,pbz12& _f kds k ukjk;.k bz11& e;ad jkt bz11& e;wj eksvokuh bz11& nsos k eksvokuh bz11& lqthr dqekj bz11& e;ad oekz bz11& vfer csgsjk bz11& lksjhk lsu xqirk,eihbz13&0002,e0vsd lksjhk frokjh,eihbz13&0003,e0vsd0 1 2 fo k;ksa esa lozjs B Nk= Øe la[;k uke vuqøeakd o fo k;ksa dh la[;k 1 eks0 QSly vkye bzihbz14&028 2 vk kh k kekz bzlh,pbz13&009 3 vfhk ksd xqirk bzlh,pbz13& ukjk;.k rq kkj Jhfuokl bzlh,pbz12& fctks; dqekj if.mr,plh,pbz14&002,e0vsd0 6 lksjhk lsu xqirk,eihbz13&0002,e0vsd0 2 ls vf/kd fo k;ksa esa lozjs B Nk= Øe la[;k uke vuqøeakd o fo k;ksa dh la[;k 1 vdka{kk fejk bzihbz12& ruqjh vxzoky bzlh,pbz12& vhk; flag ;kno,eihbz14& okf kzd izfrosnu 2014&15

90 iqjldkj vkjthvkbzihvh ds funs kd dks fof k V HkwriwoZ Nk= iqjldkj isulsyosfu;k fo ofo ky;] ;w,l, us izks0 ts0ih0 xqirk] funs kd] vkjthvkbzihvh] jk;cjsyh dks fof k V HkwriwoZ Nk= iqjldkj ls vizsy 2014 esa muds }kjk leiw.kz Hkkjr esa isvªksfy;e,oa dsfedy bathfu;fjax ds f k{kk esa fn;s x;s ;ksxnku ds fy, leekfur fd;ka izks0 xqirk o kz 2008 ls rsy,oa izkd`frd xsl ea=ky; }kjk LFkkfir jk Vªh; egro ds lalfkku vkjthvkbzihvh] jk;cjsyh ds lkfk mlds vkxkeh ifjljksa vle,oa csaxyq: ¼;kstukc)½ ds izeq[k ds :i esa fu;qdr gsaa blls igys bugksaus ihmhih;w] xak/khuxj dh LFkkiuk esa Hkh lg;ksx fd;k FkkA bugksaus viuh ih,pmh 1971 esa isulsyosfu;k fo ofo ky;] ;w,l, ls dh gs,oa budk Hkkjr,oa fons kksa esa 4 n kdksa ls vf/kd dk ks{kf.kd] vuqla/kku,oa iz kklfud {ks= fofhkuu Lrjksa dk vuqhko gsa vkjthvkbzihvh ladk; }kjk nks,dlo vf/kdkj izkir fd;s x;s Mk0 mekizluu vks>k],lksfl,v izksqslj] jlk;u kkl=,oa muds Nk=ksa Jh jsorh jeu mttoy,oa Jh vuqt dqekj us ^^usukstsyl Qkj,UVhdSUlj FksjkI;wfVd** ds fy, duvªksyj tujy vkq isvsuv fmtkbu,oa VªsMekdZl] Hkkjr ljdkj ds lkfk isvsuv vkbz,umh vihy 2015] 367/DEL/2015 nkf[ky dha Mk0- vks>k,oa Jh vuqt dqekj us,d vu; isvsuv ^^ikyhøs;yk;y gkbzmªstkbm cslm gkbzmªkstsyl** ij isvsav 2015] 819/DEL/2015 nkf[ky fd;ka vkjthvkbzihvh Nk= lhkk dks dsth,e;w y[kuå }kjk leeku fdax tktz esfmdy fo ofo ky;] y[kuå }kjk vkjthvkbzihvh,lihbz ds Nk= lhkk,oa isvªksvsd dks muds }kjk jdr nku ds izfr Nk=ksa dks tkx`r djus,oa lalfkku esa jdrnku f kfoj vk;kstu djus ds fy;s leekfur fd;ka Mk0 lrh k flugk],lksfl,v izksqslj] ft;ksfqftdl,oa vkjthvkbzihvh Nk= lhkk ds ladk; lykgdkj }kjk Nk= lhkk dh vksj ls ;g iqjldkj izkir fd;ka vkjthvkbzihvh Nk= lhkk us t:jreun O;fDr;ksa ds fy, jdrnku f kfoj dk vk;kstu VªkUl ;wtu vks kf/k fohkkx] dsth,e;w ds lg;ksx ls fd;k Fkk ftlesa 100 ls vf/kd Nk=ksa us jdrnku fd;ka okf kzd izfrosnu 2014&15 17

91 v/;k; 9 lalfkkxr lg;ksx bykgkckn fo ofo ky; psax kw ;wfuoflzvh] rkboku Hkkjrh; izks ksfxdh lalfkku dkuiqj bafm;u balvhv~;wv vkq isvªksfy;e nsgjknwu us kuy ;wufyu ;wfuoflzvh vkq lkbal,.m VsDuksykth rkboku VsDlkl,,.M,e ;wfuoflzvh] ;w0,l0,0 g~;wlvu ;wfuoflzvh] ;w0,l0,0 pksue us kuy ;wfuoflzvh] nf{k.k dksfj;k ywfl;kuk LVsV ;wfuoflzvh] ;w,l, 18 okf kzd izfrosnu 2014&15

92 v/;k; 10 1 ladk; lnl; MkW0 vhk; dqekj pkscs ih,p0 Mh0 ¼ch0,p0;w0½ jlk;u kkl= MkW0 ve`rka kq kqdyk ih,p0 Mh0 ¼vkbZ0vkbZ0Vh0 [km+xiqj½ Ò frdh MkW0 vrqy kekz ih,p0mh0 ¼nsoh vfgy;k fo ofo ky;½ jsu;wcy,utê MkW0 vfer jatu ih,p0 Mh0 ¼vkbZ0vkbZ0Vh0 dkuiqj½ dsfedy bathfu;fjax MkW0 vkyksd dqekj flag ih,p0 Mh0¼ch0,p0;w0½ ÒwxÒZ kkl= Mk0 papy dq.mq] ih,p0mh0 ¼vkbZ0vkbZ0Vh0] [km+xiqj½ xf.kr izks0 lh0ds0 tsu],e0vsd0 ¼bykgkckn fo ofo ky;½ isvªksfy;e bathfu;fjax Mk0 nsck kh k ik.mk ih,p0mh0 ¼vkbZ vkbz Vh eqecbz½ jlk;u kkl= Mk0 ts0ih0 xqirk ih,p0mh0 ¼isfUlyosfu;k ;wfuoflzvh] ;w,l,½ dsfedy bathfu;fjax MkW0,e0,l0 ckykfkuhxuhx;euh] ih,p0mh0 ¼pksue us kuy ;wfuoflzvh] lkmfk dksfj;k½ dsfedy bathfu;fjax Mk0 eukst dqekj jktiwr ih,p0mh0 ¼vkbZvkbZVh dkuiqj½, xf.kr Mk0 feyu dqekj ih,p0mh0 ¼Vsuslh ;wfuoflzvh½ dsfedy bathfu;fjax Mk0 nsck kh k tsuk ih,p0mh0 ¼vkbZ0vkbZ0,e0 y[kuå½ izcu/ku izks0 nhid pkoyk ih,p0mh0 ¼vkbZ vkbz,e vgenkckn½,mokbtj ¼ ks{kf.kd½ MkW0 t;k JhokLro] ih,p0mh0 ¼cuLFkyh fo ofo ky;½ izcu/ku MkW0 dfork JhokLro ih,p0 Mh0 ¼vkbZ0vkbZ0Vh0 dkuiqj½ ekdszfvax,oa mihkksdrk O;ogkj bathfu;fjax izcu/k v/;;u Mk0 uhyd.b fuekzydj ih,p0mh0 ¼vkbZvkbZVh eqecbz½ dsfedy bathfu;fjax MkW0 jkds k dqekj ih,p0 Mh0 ¼vkbZ0vkbZ0Vh0 dkuiqj½ dsfedy bathfu;fjax MkW0 lksjhk fejk ih,p0 Mh0 ¼pkS/kjh pj.k flag fo ofo ky;] esjb½ vaxzsth MkW0 lrh k dqekj flugk ih,p0 Mh0 ¼;wfuoflZVh vkwq vksdykgksek½ HkwHkkSfrdh Mk0 lq ke fc okl] ih,p0mh0 ¼vkbZ0vkbZ0Vh0] dkuiqj½ thvksbaqkeszfvdl izks0,l0ds0 fejk ih,p0 Mh0 ¼lkmFk xqtjkr fo ofo ky;½ isvªksfy;e bathfu;fjax Mk0 f kokutyh kekz ih,p0mh0 ¼vkbZ,l,e /kuckn½ isvªksfy;e bathfu;fjax Mk0 rq kkj kekz ih,p0 Mh0 ¼vkbZvkbZVh enzkl½ isvªksfy;e bathfu;fjax izks0 ;w0,l0 izlkn] ih,p0 Mh0 ¼vkbZ0vkbZ0Vh0 dkuiqj½ isvªksfy;e bathfu;fjax MkW0 ;w0 Mh0 f}osnh ih,p0 Mh0 ¼vkbZ0vkbZ0Vh0 dkuiqj½ bysdvª~hdy bathfu;fjax MkW0 ;w0 vks>k ih,p0 Mh0 ¼vkbZ0vkbZ0Vh0 ckecs½ jlk;u kkl= Mk0 osadsvk lqcckjk;mw fllvyk ih,p0 Mh0 ¼vksVks oksu X;wfjd ;wfuoflzvh] tezuh½ dsfedy bathfu;fjax MkW0 jksfgr caly] ih,p0mh0 ¼vkbZ vkbz Vh dkuiqj½ ys[kk,oa forrh; izcu/k MkW0 lat; dj ih,p0mh0 ¼mRdy fo ofo ky;½ ekdszfvax,oa vurjkz Vªh; O;kikj Mk0 ljkst dqekj fejk] ih,p0 Mh0 ¼vkbZ0vkbZ0Vh0] dkuiqj½ izcu/k v/;;u okf kzd izfrosnu 2014&15 19

93 v/;k; 11 izk/;kidksa dh miyfc/k;k,oa izdk ku Prof. J. P. Gupta, Director- RGIPT, Dr. S. K. Sinha, Associate Professor, Geophysics, Dr. M. S. Balathanigaimani, Assistant Professor, Chemical Engineering and Ms. Shivanjali Sharma, Sr. Research Associate along with 10 students were invited and participated in Urja Sangam- 2015, organized by ONGC Videsh Ltd. on March 27, 2015 in New Delhi. Dr. U. Ojha, Associate Professor, Chemistry, delivered an invited lecture during an International Symposium on Polymer Science and Technology Macro-2015 held at ICAS Kolkata on January 25, Dr. A. K. Choubey, Assistant Professor, Chemistry, attended 9th Summer School of Petroleum Refining & Petrochemicals at Indian Oil Institute of Petroleum Management, Gurgaon from June 2-6, He also visited NCCR at IIT Madras from June 12-20, 2014 to work in the frontier areas of catalysis like energy conversion, new materials as catalyst, surface science and bio-fuel. Dr. Rakesh Kumar, Assistant Professor, Chemical Engineering, attended an industrial short course on Economic Process Design, Operation & Plantwide Control on June 1-2, 2014, held IIT Kanpur. He also participated in a workshop on Recent trends in Oil and Gas drilling technology at ONGC, Dehradun on August 24-29, Dr. Manoj K. Rajpoot, Assistant Professor, Mathematics, participated in a workshop on Advanced instructional school on theoretical and numerical aspects of inverse problems, held at TIFR Centre for Applicable Mathematics, Bengaluru on June, He also participated in an Advanced Workshop and Conference on Hyperbolic PDEs: Theory, Numeric s and Applications held at The LNM Institute of Information Technology, Jaipur on December 1-11, Annual okf kzd Report izfrosnu &15

94 Dr. A. Shukla, Assistant Professor, Physics and Dr. Atul Sharma, Assistant Professor, Renewable Energy delivered invited lectures and chaired sessions at International symposium on advances in biological and material sciences, organized by Humboldt Academy & University of Lucknow on July 15, They also delivered lectures on Futuristic materials: Characterization, properties and application in technology during an international workshop, organized by M. J. P. Rohilkhand University, Bareilly, UP held on July 17-22, Dr. A. Shukla, Assistant Professor, Physics and Dr. Atul Sharma, Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering visited Kun Shan University, Tainan, Taiwan, ROC on December 8-23, 2014 under DST sponsored International Joint Research Project Development of the PCMs for Thermal Energy Storage (Heating/Cooling) Applications of RGIPT and Kun Shan University, Taiwan and Indo- Taiwan S&T cooperation programme scheme. Dr. Alok Singh, Associate Professor, Geology visited the Birbal Sahni Institute of Palaeobotany from June 30 to July 04, 2014 to determine the maturity of coal samples to evaluate the source rock potential of Karharbari coal, Talcher Coalfield Orissa. Dr. Singh also attended a symposium on ICCOP on September 20-27, 2014 and presented a paper Petrographic Characteristics and Depositional Conditions of Coals of Karharbari Formation, Talcher Coalfield, Orissa. Dr. D. Panda, Assistant Professor, Chemistry presented a poster on Cellulose synthesizes narrow-sized silver nano-particles: Investigation on its solvent-dependent response and scaffolding ability during National Symposium on Radiation and Photochemistry at IIT Kanpur from March 9-11, Prof. S. K. Mishra participated in an International conference on Petroleum Science and Technology held at IIT Madras on November 3-4, 2014 and presented a paper on Well test analysis for multi-porosity reservoir characterization with fractional derivative. Dr. U. D. Dwivedi, Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering, Co-chaired a technical session on Stability Analysis during 1 st UP Conference- International Conference on Energy Economics and Environment. Galgotias College of Engineering & Technology from March 26-28, 2015 in Greater Noida, U. P., organized it. Dr. V. S. Sistla, Assistant Professor, Chemical Engineering, participated in a workshop on Trends in Process Control, held at NIT Warangal on July 3-4, Dr. Amit Ranjan and Dr. Rakesh Kumar, Assistant Professors, Chemical Engineering, attended 10th Seminar on Modern Practices in Petroleum Exploration from January 28-30, 2015 at KDMIPE ONGC, Dehradun. Annual okf kzd izfrosnu Report 2014&

95 v/;k; 12 izk/;kid fodkl dk;zøe Dr. Alok Kumar Singh Associate Professor, Geology Research Publication in Journals: Singh, A.K., 2015: Petrographic and Geochemical Characterization of Coal from Talcher Coalfield, Mahanadi Basin, India. Accepted, J Geological Society of India Singh, A.K., Banerjee, P.K., Singh, P.K. and Das, A. 2015: Study of washability characteristics of coals from seam IX Jamadoba colliery of the Jharia Basin. Energy Exploration and Exploitation, Volume 33, Number 2, pp Research Publication in Conferences: Singh, A. K., 2014: Petrographic Characteristics and Depositional Conditions of Coals of Karharbari Formation, Talcher Coalfield, Orissa, India. 66 Annual Meeting and Symposium of the International Committee for Coal & Organic Petrology (ICCP-2014) Organized by CIMFR, Dhanbad duringseptember 20-27, Singh, A. K., 2015: Organic petrology of Paleogene coal deposits of Garo hills, Meghalaya, India. National Conference on Paleogene of the Indian Subcontinent, Organized by GSI, Lucknow and BSIP, Lucknow during April 23-24, 2015 Dr. Amit Ranjan Assistant Professor, Chemical Engineering Research Papers Publication: Embedded macro-porous elastomers by hydrostatic fracturing for flexible strainsensor applications, Kumar Phanishwar, Neelam Saurakhiya, Amit Ranjan, submitted. Fabrication and study of composite nanofibers using phase change materials for thermal energy storage applications, International Conference on New Frontiers in Chemical, Energy and Environmental Engineering (INCEE-2015), NIT Warangal, Deepartment of Chemical Engineering, March Micro-fracture Development in Visco- Elastic Material Through Fluid Fracturing International Conference on Advanced Nano-materials and Emerging Engineering Technologies, July, 2013, Chennai (India) with Kumar Phanishwar and Ajitesh Ranjan. Dr. Atul Sharma Assistant Professor, Renewable Energy Research Papers Publication: Atul Sharma & A. Shukla, Thermal Cycle Test of Binary Mixtures of Some Fatty Acids as Phase Change Materials For Building Applications, Energy and Buildings Vol. 99, (2015). Sanjay Kumar Kar, Atul Sharma, Wind Power Developments in India, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews Vol. 48, (2015). Dr. Amritanshu Shukla Assistant Professor- Physics Research Papers Publication: Development of Phase Change Materials (PCMs) for Low Temperature Energy Storage Applications by Atul Sharma, A. Shukla, Chang R Chen, Tsung N Wu, in Sustainable Energy Technologies and Assessments 7, 17 (2014). Thermal Cycle Test of Binary Mixtures of Some Fatty Acids as Phase Change Materials For Building Applications by Atul Sharma and A. Shukla, in Energy and Buildings 99, 196 (2015). Phase Change Materials for Building Application by Atul Sharma, A. Shukla, Neelam Saurakhiya and Jaya Joshi, at 22 okf kzd izfrosnu 2014&15

96 International Symposium on Advances in Biological and Material Sciences, organized by University of Lucknow and Humboldt Academy Lucknow Chapter, Lucknow (15th July 2014). Phase Change Materials & its Biomedical Applications: An overview by A. Shukla, Atul Sharma, Md. Salman Khan, Varun Verma, at International Symposium on Advances in Biological and Material Sciences, organized by University of Lucknow and Humboldt Academy Lucknow Chapter, Lucknow (15th July 2014). Development of phase change materials for low temperature based thermal application by Atul Sharma, A. Shukla, C.R. Chen, Nguyen Vu Lan, T.N. Wu at International Conference on Green Technology for Sustainable Development, October 30-31, 2014 at Ho Chi Minh University of Technical Education, Vietnam. Thermal Performance Studies of a Test Cell Having Phase Change Materials by Sujeet Kumar, Atul Sharma, Amritanshu Shukla, Jaya Joshi at International Conference, CHEMCON 2014, December 27-30, 2014 organized by Chndigarh Regional Center, Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers, Chandigarh. Phase Change Materials & its Biomedical Applications by Atul Sharma, Amritanshu Shukla, Abhijeet Kumar, Varun Verma at International Conference, CHEMCON 2014, December 27-30, 2014 organized by Chndigarh Regional Center, Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers, Chandigarh. 2D Numerical heat transfer simulation of fatty acid phase change materials for thermal energy storage by Karunesh Kant, A. Shukla & Atul Sharma, at 6th World Renewable Energy Technology Congress (WRETC) & Expo-2015, at Convention Centre-New Delhi City Centre, Parliament Street, New Delhi, India. Dr. Chanchal Kundu Assistant Professor, Mathematics Areas of interest Reliability of a system/component Stochastic ordering and ageing Characterization and information theory Order statistics and record values Project Title: On some properties of expected inactivity time having applications in reliability (Ref. No. SR/FTP/MS-016/2012) Funded by: DST Duration: 3 Years (Mar onwards) Agency & Total Cost: DST (Fast Track); Rs Lakhs List of Research Publications: Kundu, C. (2015), Generalized measures of information for truncated random variables. Metrika, 78 (4), Kundu, C. and Nanda, A. K. (2014), Characterizations based on measure of inaccuracy for truncated random variables, Statistical Papers, DOI /s z. Online First Kundu, C. (2014), Characterizations based on length-biased weighted measure of inaccuracy for truncated random variables. Applications of Mathematics, 59 (6), Papers Reviewed for: Statistics and Probability Letters by Elsevier Communications in Statistics- Theory & Methods by Taylor & Francis Group Statistical Papers by Springer Ph. D. student Supervised: Mr. Amit Ghosh (PMATH13-001) & Mr. Kshirod Sarkar (PMATH14-001) Status: Ongoing Awards and honours: Life member of International Indian Statistical Association (IISA) Member of Indian Science Congress Association, Calcutta Details of Administrative Responsibilities: Warden of Boys Hostel, RGIPT (Nov., 2009 till date) Sports Activity of the Students (July, 2009 till date) Library Committee Member (Oct., 2012 till date) Member of Committee for Policy Against Plagiarism (Oct till date) okf kzd izfrosnu 2014&15 23

97 Dr. Debashis Panda Assistant Professor, Chemistry R & D activities from April 2014 to March 2015: Project: Interrogating the Catalytic Activity of Nanocatalysts for Cellulose Degradation using Single-Particle Measurements Role: PI Budget: 25 lakh Agency: Department of Science & Technology Status: Approved (DOS-11 th August, 2014) Details of R & D activities (Proposal for next two years) Proposal-1: Enzyme/ Catalysts dynamics at single molecule level Proposal-2: Development of Nanobiomaterials for Biofuel Production Details of infrastructure available for research Total Internal Reflection Fluorescence Microscope (under construction) Fluorescence Spectrometer UV-Vis Absorption Spectrophotometer ELGA lab Water purification system funded by RGIPT Average yearly import/domestic purchases of goods for R&D Approx 10 lakhs Number of papers published from April 2014 to March 2015 Journal: 01 and Conference: 02 Awards and honours national/international conferences attended (full details) during April 2014 to March 2015: Attended National Symposium on Radiation & Photochemistry (NSRP) organized by Indian Society for Radiation & photochemical Sciences (ISRAPS) and IIT Kanpur, March 9-11, 2015 at IIT Kanpur Dr. M. S. Balathanigaimani Assistant Professor, Chemical Engineering Lee, H. C., Narandalai, B-C., Shim, W. G., Balathanigaimani, M. S. and Moon, H. (2015), High-performance super capacitors based on activated anthracite with controlled porosity, Journal of Power Sources 275, 668 Dr. Manoj Kumar Rajpoot Assistant Professor, Mathematics Participation in Conference: Numerical solution of linearzed rotating shallow water equations using different grid staggering strategies, Conference on Theory and Numerics of Inverse Problems held during June 2014, TIFR, Bangalore. Dr. Milan Kumar Assistant Professor, Chemical Engineering Research Paper Publication: Milan Kumar and Arun Venkatnathan, Quantum Chemistry Study of Proton Transport in Imidazole Chains, 2015, J. Phys. Chem. B. Dr. Rakesh Kumar Assistant Professor, Chemical Engineering Research Papers Publication Rakesh Kumar, Anil Kumar, Ashok Khanna, Efficient Homogeneous and Supported Ionic Liquid Catalysts for Production of Linear Alkylbenzenes Kinetics and Catalysis (Accepted) Md. Belal Haider, Zakir Hussain, Rakesh Kumar CO 2 capture by ionic liquid blends with alkanolamines International conference on new frontiers in chemical, energy and environment engineering (INCEEE-2015), March-2015, NIT Warangal, India. Zakir Hussain, Md. Belal Haider, Rakesh Kumar Production and analysis of vegetable oil based biodiesel using KOH and NaOH as catalyst International conference on new frontiers in chemical, energy and environment engineering (INCEEE-2015), March-2015, NIT Warangal, India. Md. Belal Haider, Zakir Hussain, Rakesh Kumar CO 2 capture by ionic liquid blends, Outstanding young chemical engineers (OYCE- 2015), 11 th 12 th March, D. J. Sanghvi College of Engineering, Mumbai, India. 24 okf kzd izfrosnu 2014&15

98 Sumit Kumar Singh, Nipun Kumar, Md. Belal Haider, Rakesh Kumar Recent Advancements in CO 2 Capture- Ionic Liquids World Petro Coal Congress-2015, 15 th -17 th Feb-2015, New Delhi, India. Dr. Rohit Bansal Assistant Professor, Management Studies Research Papers Publication: A Comparative Analysis of the Financial Ratios of Selected Banks in the India for the period of , Research Journal of Finance and Accounting 5 (19), Financial analysis of selected Indian gas distribution companies during , Finance Management, Elixir Fin. Mgmt. 78 (2015) A Comparative Financial Study: Evidence from Selected Indian Retail Companies, Journal of Finance and Investment Analysis, vol. 3, no.3, 2014, Dr. Sanjay Kumar Kar Assistant Professor, Management Studies Research Papers Publication: Kar, S.K. and Sharma, A. (2015), Wind Power Developments in India, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, Vol. 48, Progress of Renewable Energy in India, Advances in Energy Research Ensuring Sustainable Energy Security: Challenges and Opportunities for IndiaOil, Gas, Energy Law Intelligence with Prof. P.K. Sinha Dr. Saurabh Mishra Assistant Professor- English Research Papers Publication: Singh, P; Mishra S. (2015), Social Ethics and Transgression in the Light of Indian Commercials, published in book titled Trends Challenges and Innovations in Management, R. K. Miryala and M.Venkat. R. Reddy. Zenon Academic Publishing, Hyderabad. Mishra S. (2014), Strategic Communication: A Priority to Counter Challenges in Ensuring Peace and Security in India Suraksha Chintan (recognized and supported by ICSSR), Vol.8, VII Issue, p Dr. Satish Kumar Sinha Associate Professor, Geophysics Research Papers Publication: Sinha, S., Sain, K. 2015, Denoising of Seismic Data in Wavelet Transform Domain, 3rd South Asian Geosciences Conference and Exhibition Sinha, S. 2014, Data Driven Q-Compensation Using Continuous Wavelet Transform, 84th Ann. Internat. Mtg.: Soc. of Expl. Geophys., pp Dr. Susham Biswas Assistant Professor, Geo-informatics Research Paper s Publication: Iltaf Zafar and Susham Biswas, Image processing technique for oil spill dispersion, Journal of Basic and Applied Engineering Research, ISSN ,Volume 2, Number 13, April-June, 2015, pp Dr. S. K. Mishra Visiting Professor, Petroleum Engineering Research Papers Publication: Well test analysis for multi-porosity reservoir characterization with fractional derivative by S. K. Mishra & Asha S. Mishra. E-proceeding of the third International Conference on Petroleum Science and Technology 2014, November 3-5, 2014 ISBN: ,Copyright 2014 by the Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai (TN) , India. Use of Pressure Transient Data Analysis for Multi-Porosity Reservoir Characterization, by Asha S. Mishra and S. K. Mishra; Paper ID: ; 3 rd South Asian Geosciences Conference and Exhibition; Geo India 2015 Conference at India Expo Centre & mart, Greater Noida, New Delhi from January Fractional Derivative Approach in Pressure Transient Analysis of Multi-Porosity Fractal Reservoir Model for Shale Gas with Phase Redistribution, by Vidit Mohan and okf kzd izfrosnu 2014&15 25

99 S. K. Mishra; accepted for SPE Offshore Europe conference at Aberdeen, SPE , UK to be held in September 8-11, Dr. U. D. Dwivedi Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering Research Papers Publication: U. D. Dwivedi, An output voltage control scheme for wavelet modulation single-phase inverters, International Conference on Energy Economics and Environment, UPCON ICEEE -2015, March 27-28, U. D. Dwivedi, and Chandrakant Tiwari Automatic Identification of Power Quality using Polynomial Filter and Support Vector Machine, 2nd National Power & Energy System Conference NPESC 2015, April 10-11, 2015 U. D. Dwivedi, Alok K Pandey, S. M. Tripathi, and Abhiruchi Srivastava, Adaptive Filter Based Islanding Detection of Grid Connected Photovoltaic (PV) System, 2nd National Power & Energy System Conference NPESC 2015, April 10-11, Dr. Umaprasanna Ojha Associate Professor, Chemistry Research Papers Publication: Ujjwal, R. R.; Purohit, M. P.; Patnaik, S.; Ojha, U. General Reagent Free Route to ph Responsive Polyacryloyl Hydrazide Capped Metal Nanogels for Synergistic Anticancer Therapeutics ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 2015, 7, Kumar, A.; Samal, S.; Dash, R.; Ojha, U. Polyacryloyl Hydrazide Based Injectable, Stimuli Responsive & Biocompatible Hydrogels with Tunable Properties J. Mater Chem B, 2014, 2, Kumar, A.; Ujjwal, R. R.; Ojha, U. Polymeric drug careers through covalent attachment and encapsulation for controlled delivery purposes International Journal of Plastics Technology 2014, /s y. Patents Umaprasana Ojha, Anuj Kumar, Polyacryloyl hydrazide based hydrogels. Patent Ind. Appl. 2015, 819/DEL/2015. Umaprasana Ojha, Rewati Raman Ujjwal & Anuj Kumar, A process for development of Polyacryloyl hydrazide based metal nanoparticles and the products thereof, Patent. Ind. Appl. 2015, 367/DEL/2015. Dr. V. S. Sistla Assistant Professor, Chemical Engineering Research Paper s Publication: Sistla, V. S.; von Langermann, J.; Lorenz, H.; Seidel-Morgenstern, A.: Occurrence and Consequences of Differences in the Cation/ Anion-Ratios during Classical Resolution: D-/ L- Serine Benzyl Ester 2,3 toluyl-d-tartrate, Cryst. Res. Tech. 2014, 49(7), Peer reviewed Conference Proceedings: Sistla,V.S., Bijoy. K. Purohit., A. Sharma., Selective crystallization of Hexa and Tetra hydrates of CaCl2 in aqueous solution, INCEEE(2015), NIT Warangal, India. 26 okf kzd izfrosnu 2014&15

100 v/;k; 13 1 iz kklfud vf/kdkjh j?kqukfk HkV~Vkpk;Z mi dqylfpo Jh ftrsunz izlkn dkwjiksjsv de;qfuds ku vf/kdkjh Jh gjh k dqekj ;kno vf/k kk kh vfhk;urk ¼flfoy½ Jh vfuy dqekj oekz fllve,oa usvodz iz kkld Jh lq/khj vjksm+k Hk.Mkj,oa dz; vf/kdkjh Jh v:.k dqekj flag lgk;d dqylfpo lqfiz;k fejk lgk;d dqylfpo ¼ys[kk½ jkds k flag lgk;d dqylfpo ¼ys[kk½ fugkfjdk tks kh HkV~V lgk;d dqylfpo Jh eks0 byrkq tqj ofj B rduhdh vf/k{kd Jh nhid vlfkkuk dfu B rduhdh vf/k{kd Jh /keszunz izrki flag kkjhfjd vuqns kd Jh yksd k HkVukxj lgk;d ¼vkbZ0Vh0½ Jh v:.k dqekj flag dfu B rduhdh v/kh{kd Jherh e/kqfiz;k dfu B v/kh{kd Jh mes k dqekj kekz dfu B v/kh{kd Jh rst izdk k tks kh dfu B v/kh{kd Jh ;ksxs k kekz dfu B lgk;d Jh vf ouh dqekj pks/kjh dfu B lgk;d ¼flLVe½ Jh foosd flag dfu B lgk;d Jh v kksd dqekj dfu B esdsfud vfer dqekj cktis;h dfu B lgk;d izhfr flag dfu B lgk;d mes k dqekj kekz dfu B lgk;d ukxs k dqekj dfu B lgk;d xksfoun dqekj frokjh dfu B iqlrdky;,oa lwpuk lgk;d ukjk;.k dqekj yasxs dfu B iz kklfud vf/kdkjh vafdr ekgsu dfu B iz kklfud vf/kdkjh osrk usxh O;fDrxr lfpo f k[kk eygks=k ys[kk vf/kdkjh d`.k dqekj flugk ys[kkdkj vkj0oh0 xqtjky iz;ksx kkyk lqijokbtj okf kzd izfrosnu 2014&15 27

101 v/;k; 14 vadsf{kr forrh; izfrosnu o kz 2014&15 ds [kkrs o kz 2014&15 ds fy, vkjthvkbzihvh ds vadsf{kr [kkrs vuqca/k&1 esa layxu gsa [kkrksa ds eq[; fcunq fueufyf[kr gsa%& 1. dkizl fuf/k ¼rqyu&i= esa vuqlwph&1½ tk;l {ks= esa rsy ls tqm+s lkoztfud {ks= ds miøeksa }kjk fn, x;s yk[k #i;s ls izkir fuf/k o mlls izkir izkir C;kt lfgr #i;s,qmh ds :Ik esa iqufuzos k fd;k x;k gsa bl fuf/k ls izkir C;kt vk; vkorhz [kpz ds fy, mi;ksx fd;k tkrk gsa vle yk[k #i;s dh dkwilz fuf/k ¼ftlesa yk[k #i;s lg;ksxh lkoztfud {ks= dh rsy deifu;ksa }kjk,oa izkir gq;s C;kt dh /kujkf k Hkh leefyr gs½] csadksa dh,qmh esa fuos k fd;k x;k gsa bl fuf/k ls izkir C;kt vk; vkorhz [kpz ds fy, mi;ksx fd;k tkrk gs vksj vf/k ks k fu;fer vk/kkj ij iqufuzos k fd;k x;k gsa o kz ds var esa O;; ij vk; dk vkf/kd; vksj ml ij vf/k ks k C;kt jkf k csadksa esa lkof/k tek ;ksx; ljdkjh izfrhkwfr;ksa esa fuos k fd;k x;k vksj mls okil dkwizl fuf/k;ksa esa j[kk x;k gs% kh kzd tk;l #i;s yk[k esa½ vklke #i;s yk[k esa½ vk;,oa O;; [kkrk 2014& iwathxr fuf/k 31 ekpz 2015 rd Hkkjr ljdkj,oa {ks= ds miøeksa ls izkir vuqnku,oa iwathxr fuf/k dh flfkfr fueukuqlkj gs % v- ifjlj% Hkkjr ljdkj ls 2010&11 rd yk[k #i;s dh fuf/k izkir dh x;ha o kz ds nksjku dksbz vfrfjdr fuf/k vkgfjr ugha dh x;ha 31 ekpz 2015 rd vksvkbzmhch ls yk[k #i;s izkir gq;sa c- vle dsunz 31 ekpz 2015 rd lkoztfud {ks= ds miøeksa,oa vksvkbzmhch ls yk[k #i;s dk iwathxr dks k izkir fd;ka o kz ds nksjku lkoztfud ls iwath fuf/k izkir ugha dh x;ha vksvkbzmhch ls 100 yk[k #i;s dk vuqnku feyka 2. lap; vksj vf/k ks k ¼rqyu&i= esa vuqlwph&2½ lkeku; lap; o kz ds nksjku yk[k #i;s dh jkf k 31 ekpz 2015 dks O;; ij vk; ds vkf/kd; ds glrkarj.k ds ek/;e ls lkeku; lap; esa tek fd;s x;sa iwoz o kz dk lkeku; lap; yk[k #i;s glrkarfjr FkkA 28 okf kzd izfrosnu 2014&15

102 ewy;àkl fuf/k Hkfo ; esa laifrr ds izfrlfkkiu ds fy, mi;qdr for iks k.k dh lqfo/kk ds Øe esa],d dks k 2011&12 esa cuk;k x;k FkkA ewy;àkl fuf/k esa fuos k ls vftzr C;kt fd yk[k #i;s o kz ds vafre ks k esa lfeefyr gsa 3. fu/kkzfjr /kujkf k ¼rqyui= esa vuqlwph&3½ o kz ds nksjku ksojkwu Nk=o`fRr dks k ds 6-00 yk[k #i;s forj.k ds i pkr 31 ekpz 2015 rd yk[k #i;s dh fu/kkzfjr dks k jkf k esa ks k gsa 4. foyfecr lk[k nkf;ro ¼rqyui= esa vuqlwph&4½ 31 ekpz 2015 dks yk[k :i;s dh ks k jkf k vuqla/kku ifj;kstuk vuqnku dh ks k jkf k dks fn[kkrh gs] tks Hkkoh mi;ksx ds fy, fofhkuu,tsafl;ksa tsls fokku vksj izks ksfxdh fohkkx ¼Mh,lVh½] lcz vkfn ls izkir gqbz gsa 5. pkyw nsunkjh,oa izko/kku ¼rqyui= esa vuqlwph&5½ ekpz 2015 dks 5123 yk[k #i;s ds cdk;k fcyksa esa yk[k #i;s dh jkf k iwathxr dk;z dh gs vksj ks k vu; jktlo dh jkf k gsa &16 esa ns; ekpz 2015 ds fy, cdk;k os/kkfud cdk;k ds yk[k #i;s gsaa 3. blesa okilh ;ksx; jkf jkf k,oa HkwriwoZ Nk= dy;k.k dks k ds yk[k :i;s kkfey gsaa 4. oklrfod ewy;akdu ds vk/kkj ij pkyw o kz ds [kkrksa esa lsokfuo`frr ykhkksa ds fy, izko/kku ds fy, xzsp;qvh udnhdj.k ds fy, yk[k #i;s dks izko/kku fd;k x;k gsa 6. LFkk;h leifrr;ka ¼rqyui= esa vuqlwph&6½ jk;cjsyh esa vlfkkbz dseil vksj uks,mk esa,e-ch-,- dseil ds fy, pkyw o kz ds nksjku 98 yk[k #i;s ds iwathxr midj.k tksm+s x;s] ftlesa iz;ksx kkyk midj.k] fo qr midj.k] QuhZpj vksj fqdlpj] ykbczsjh dh fdrkcsa] vkfn kkfey gsa vpy leifrr dk 2101 yk[k #i;s dk ldy CykWd vksj yk[k #i;s dh jkf k dks vpy laifrr ds usv CykWd MO;wMhoh ls,l,y,e i)fr ls àkl esa gq;s ifjorzu ds yk[k #i;s dh dvksrh ds i pkr~ gsa 7. dk;z khy iwath ¼rqyui= esa vuqlwph&6½ 31 ekpz 2015 dks dk;z khy iwath dh yk[k #i;s dh jkf k esa yk[k #i;s tk;l ifjlj ifj;kstuk vksj yk[k #i;s vle dsunz ds kkfey FksA lhvkbzmcy;wih O;;ksa esa fev~vh takp] ih,elh kqyd] lkbv xzsfmax] pkjnhokjh] flfoy fuekz.k] ifj;kstuk lkexzh vksj ifj;kstuk iz kklu ds [kpz ds fy, lqjf{kr vfxze ds :i esa Hkqxrku kkfey gsa blds vykos] yk[k #i;s vfxze jkf k tk;l ifjlj rd fctyh dh vkiwfrz ds fy, dscy fcnkus ds fy, ;wihihlh,y dks fd;s x;s Hkqxrku vksj lhihmcy;wmh vle dks fn;s x;s yk[k #i;s dks lhmcy;wvkbzih ds varxzr lewfgr fd;k x;k gsa 8. fuos k ¼rqyui= vuqlwph 7 vksj 8½ fu/kkzfjr fuf/k ls fuos k esa yk[k #i;s ksojkwu Nk=o`fRr ds fy, izkir fuf/k dh /kujkf k ds :i esa gsa vu; fuos k yk[k #i;s xsj O;kikfjd vkjchvkbz ckw.m ds :i esa gsa 9. pkyw leifrr;ka,oa _.k rfkk vfxze ¼rqyu i= esa vuqlwph 9½ 31 ekpz 2015 dks yk[k #i;s ds csad ks k esa fueufyf[kr jkf k;ak lfeefyr gsa& v- fofhkuu csadks esa LFkk;h tekvksa esa yk[k #i;s c- _.k vksj vfxze esa kkfey gsa% tk;l ifjlj ds fy, Bsdsnkj dks Hkqxrku fd;s x;s yk[k #i;s dh vfxze jkf k tks ekfld ifjpkyu fcy ds fo#) olwyh ;ksx; gsa okf kzd izfrosnu 2014&15 29

103 fuos k ds Åij vftzr C;kt ds yk[k #i;s ;wih,lvkbzmhlh ls olwyh ;ksx; yk[k #i;s 10. vk; ¼vuqlwph 10]11 o 12½ yk[k #i;s dh dqy vk; ftlesa lkof/k tekvksa ls C;kt ds yk[k #i;s ¼vftZr C;kt ds yk[k #i;s lfgr½,oa yk[k #i;s Nk= kqyd vksj vkosnu kqyd ds lfeefyr gsa 11. O;; ¼vuqlwph 13]14 o 15½ o kz ds fy, eq[; enokj O;; finys o kz ds rqyukred vkadm+ksa ds lkfk lkj.kh 13] 14 o 15 ds :i esa lwphc) fd;k x;k gs% vuqlwph la[;k O;; 2014&15 ¼yk[k :0 esa½ 2013&14 ¼yk[k :0 esa½ 13 ksf{kd izfr Bku vu; iz kklfud dqy ys[kk ij vads{k.k Áfrosnu forrh; Lkfefr ds fujh{k.k,oa 22 twu 2015 d gq, funs kd eamy dh csbd esa LohÑfr feyus ds ckn forrh; o kz 2014&15 ds ys[kk dk vads{k.k] eq[; funs kd] okf.kft;d vads{k.k o insu LknL;] vads{k.k eamy&2] ubz fnyyh }kjk fd;k x;ka blk Lkaca/k esa i=kad Lka[;k& RAP/IOC/A/cs./RGIPT/26-3/ /358 fnukad 28 väwcj 2015 ds ek/;e Lks eq[; funs kd] okf.kft;d vads{k.k o insu LknL;] vads{k.k eamy&2] ubz fnyyh ds dk;kzy; Lks ÁkIr Áfrosnu vads{k.k Áfrosnu ds LkkFk vuqyxud&2 ds :i esa ÁLrqr fd;k x;k gsa forrh; o kz 2014&15 ds vads{k.k Áfrosnu esa fdlkh Ádkj dh Áfrdwy fvii.kh ugè dh xbz gsa 30 okf kzd izfrosnu 2014&15

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