sgvude recognitions

Recognitions

The University

Suresh GyanVihar University is incorporated by Government of Rajasthan Act 2008 (Act no 16 of 2008) and established through an extraordinary gazette notification on 21 April 2008. The University is entitled to conduct various courses at UG, PG and Doctoral level in the disciplines described in schedule II of the Act.

DEB Approved

The joint committee of UGC-AICTE-DEC, New Delhi has recognized SGVU-DE for imparting distance education.


AIU Member

Association of Indian Universities acts as an Inter-university organisation. This organisation facilitates communication and serves as the bureau of information to share different activities of the university in the field of education, sports, allied areas and more.With the registration in the year 1967, AIU acquired its legal status as a society under the Societies Registration Act. Suresh Gyan Vihar University is the member of AIU.To check the list of AIU members, click here


UGC Approved (Click Here & check no. 35)

University Grant Commission has release the approval for the establishment of the University and empowered to award degrees as specified by the UGC U/S 22 of UGC Act 1956 through its notification no. F.9-38/2008(CPP-I) dated 1 April 2009.

Under the guidelines for private university regulation 2003,UGC has constituted an expert committee to assess the University. The report of the committee was considered by the commission in its 467th meeting and approves the report of UGC expert committee in respect of the University (F.NO.9-38/2008(CPP-I/PU) dated 17 February 2010.


AICTE Approved

Besides the fact, that Suresh GyanVihar University is running several programmes approved by AICTE, kindly note that as per the AICTE notification (advertisement no. UB/04(03)/2010) University does not require prior approval of AICTE to commence a new department or course and programme in technical education. For conducting technical courses approval of AICTE is not necessary, however, Universities have obligation to conform to the standards and norms laid down by the AICTE (reference Hon’ble Supreme court of India for the interpretation of the provisions of the AICTE Act in the matter of Bharathidasan University vs. AICTE and others).

Distance MBA now eligible for all Central/ State Govt.& Private Jobs

The Distance Learning Division in the Ministry of Human Resource Development receives a number of queries from the general public seeking clarifications in respect of recognition of academic qualifications acquired through distance mode and their acceptance for the purpose of employment in Central/State Government service.

Central Government, as an Employer, had made its position clear in respect of academic qualifications; acquired through distance mode of education; for the purpose of employment under vide Gazette Notification No.44 dated March 1, 1995.

The Gazette Notification referred to above is equally applicable to the qualifications acquired from private as well as public institutions/universities.