OFFICE-DEAN STUDENT WELFARE

Mandate

  • Personality development of students.
  • Leadership development.
  • Physical development.
  • Moral support.
  • Social skill development and engaged in hygiene campaign, blood donation and plantation.
  • Aware about social evils.

Duties and Responsibilities of the Office of the Dean, Students Welfare

  • To arrange for congenial living environment in the campus including Hostels for the students
  • To monitor day to day essential support required for academic and co-curricular activities of students
  • To arrange for special care for the weaker and needy sections of students
  • To prepare plan and execute programmes for holistic development of the students
  • To nominate student representatives to various bodies of the University in consultation with elected student body
  • To enable students to participate effectively in the management of Hostels and also in organization of the students related activities
  • To advice Student Council as and when required
  • To work with Hostel Wardens, Sport Counselors, Cultural Officer for all matters related to students’ Welfare
  • To keep in touch with the guardians as and when required.
  • To arrange for maintenance of students’ discipline in the University.

WELFARE ACTIVITIES AND FACILITIES FOR STUDENTS

  • Boarding & Lodging facilities for students
  • Mess facilities
  • Scholarships, Aids and Awards
  • Medical Facilities
  • Games and Sport
  • Cultural Activities
  • Antiragging Programme:
  • Railway Concession
  • Student’s Discipline
  • Fooding & Lodging for Farmers in Kisan Mela
  • NCC and NSS Programme

Hostels name and their Warden

 

Sl. No. Hostel Name No. of Rooms Types of Seat No. of Student Hostel’s Warden
Boys Hostel
1. Tilak Hostel 70 03 210 Dr. Anil Kumar Singh

Dr. Virendra Kumar

Dr. Ram Singh Umrao

2. Karpoori Thakur Hostel 33 03 99 Dr. S. P. Kushwaha
3. R. S. R. P. Hostel 49 03 147 Dr. A. K. Singh
4. C. V. Raman Hostel 10 03 30 Dr. Rakesh Babu Gautam
5. J. C. Bose Hostel 10 03 30 Dr. Rakesh Babu Gautam
6. Subhash Chandra Bose Hostel 19 03 57 Dr. Ram Ji Gupta
7. Ambedker Hostel (A-Block) 88 02 176 Dr. R. P. Vyas

Dr. Devendra Singh

8. Bhagat Singh Hostel (B-Block) 88 02 176 Dr. Anil Kumar

Dr. Y. K. Singh

9. Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam Hostel 49 02 98 Dr. Jitendra Kumar
10. Shatabdi Hostel (1+2) 38 02 76 Dr. K. P. Singh
11. Rajendra Prasad Hostel 48 01 48 Dr. C. B. Singh
12. Patel Hostel 181 01 181 Dr. Ram Ashish Yadav
13. Shekhar P. G. Boys Hostel 105 01 98 Dr. Kaushal Kumar
14. Varuna P. G. Girls Hostel 105 under CAAST Project
15. International Hostel 10+2 01 03 Dr. M. Z. Siddiqi
Girls Hostel
1. Godavary Hostel 66 64 Dr. Seema Sonker
2. Shram Jeevi Hostel 15 21 Dr. Shweta Yadav
3. Jhalkari Bai Hostel 21 36 Dr. Seema Sonker
4. Sarojini Naydu Hostel 50 113 Dr. Mithilesh Verma

Medical Facilities: The University is having primary health centres each at Kanpur and  Etawah campuses. Medical Officer at Kanpur is residing in the campus. His 24 hrs service is  available to the students and the staff members are also allowed the benefit of his advice  and the health centre. The Medical Officer provides medical advice and treats for small and  temporary illness. However, in serious cases and long-term illness the students are  admitted in the Govt. hospital and their parents are informed for further management. A  vehicle is also available under Dean Students’ Welfare to provide services to the students  in emergent cases around the day and night. Ladies qualified Doctor has also been  appointed on contact basis that is looking after the medical problems of girls students and  is available whole day in Home Science and also in the night on call. Similar facilities are  available at Etawah campus.

Games and Sports: Sufficient space and facilities are available for indoor and outdoor  games for the students in all the colleges of the university. There is a good football field,  cricket ground, and basketball and volleyball court as well as an indoor stadium hall.  Besides these facilities for table-tennis, chess, carom, hockey game and swimming  facilities are also available at the Kanpur. A big stadium is also under construction at  Kanpur campus. The teams of various games in different colleges are selected and the  university teams comprising members from different colleges are sent for Inter-university,  National and State competitions. The participants in such tournaments are benefited by  getting two per cent weightage in entrance test performance. To look-after and manage  various games counselors for different games have been deputed from among the faculty  members and they do their job for the benefit of the students. The senior most and  competent counselor’s acts as Games President. Similar facilities are available at Etawah  campus.

Cultural Activities: To boost up the creative talent of the students and develop their  personality, cultural programmes, debates, essay and painting competitions are organized  in the University and winners are sent to participate in various inter-varsity, National and  State level competitions.

Antiragging Programme: Dean Student’s Welfare Office is mainly responsible for  preventing ragging in the University. With the co-operation of Deans/Chief Wardens of  various hostels and members of antiragging committee constituted for the purpose. The  university has proved its claim that ‘C.S.A. University of Agriculture & Technology, Kanpur’  is entirely free from ragging activities against newly admitted students of U.G.,P.G. and  Ph.D. degree programmes.

Railway Concession: For the students this facility is available for semester break and  summer vacation from the university to their native place and back. As for study tours the  students are given this facility with the strong recommendation of Guide/Advisor/Head of  Department and Dean of the faculty concerned.

Student’s Discipline: To provide a good atmosphere to students for study, research and  preparation for various competitions, the discipline in various hostels, campuses and  colleges is the most important factor. The Dean Students Welfare Office is responsible for  this, which is being performed quite well through the team of Dean/Chief Wardens,  Wardens, Games Counsellors and NCC and NSS Officers.

Fooding & Lodging for Farmers in Kisan Mela: The Office of Dean Students Welfare is  made responsible to arrange the fooding and lodging arrangements for the Farmers,  Visitors and other participants in “Akhil Bhartiya Kisan Mela and Udyog Pradershni” being  organized twice in a year for four days. About 15000-20000 visitors use to come in each  Kisan Mela. Arrangement for their stay in Hostels & Guest houses and various Halls is  made and Lunch & Dinner are made available on payment basis. This entire task is  performed by Assoc. Dean Students Welfare, Hostel Warden, NCC & NSS officer under the  guidance & supervision of Dean Students Welfare.

NCC and NSS Programme: NCC and NSS programmes are running in the University  under the control of Dean, Students Welfare. The following Officers are looking after the  programmes.

NCC Programme NSS Programme
1. Dr. D.R. Singh
NCC Officer (Armed)
Dr. Devendra Singh
NSS Officer & Coordinator
2. Dr. Sarvesh Kumar
NCC Officer (Infantry)
Dr. R.S. Umrao
NSS Officer

At present Scholarship beneficiary Details given to the students 

 

Sl. No. (Category) Class No of Students Remark
1 General UG, PG, Ph.d  242
2 SC UG, PG, Ph.d  305
3 ST UG, PG, Ph.d 16
4 OBC UG, PG, Ph.d 649
5 Minority UG, PG, Ph.d  33
6 JRF  PG @Rs. 12640 PM and Contingency Rs 12000/- PA  04 ICAR
7 NTS UG @ Rs. 3000/- PM and PG Rs. 5000/- PM  90 
8 Merit Scholarship UG @ Rs. 100/- PM with Tuition Fee 03 Etawah 
9 DST  Fellowship Ph.D @ Rs. 25000/- PM Contingency  Rs. 20000/- PA  04
10 (NFOBC ) Fellowship Completed for Ph.d @ Rs. 31000/- PM Contingency Rs. 20000/- PA  06 UGC
11 Rajiv Gandhi (SC) Ph.d @ Rs. 31000/- PM Contingency Rs. 20000/- PA  22 UGC
12 PDFWM Completed for Ph.d @ Rs. 46000/-PM Contingency Rs. 50000/- PA  03 UGC
13 India Afghanistan UG Rs. 12000/- PM, PG Rs. 15000/- PM  and Contingency Rs. 6000/- PA  03 ICAR

Hostels name and their Warden

 

Sl. No. Hostel Name No. of Rooms Types of Seat No. of Student Hostel’s Warden
Boys Hostel
1. Tilak Hostel 70 03 210 Dr. Anil Kumar Singh

Dr. Virendra Kumar

Dr. Ram Singh Umrao

2. Karpoori Thakur Hostel 33 03 99 Dr. S. P. Kushwaha
3. R. S. R. P. Hostel 49 03 147 Dr. A. K. Singh
4. C. V. Raman Hostel 10 03 30 Dr. Rakesh Babu Gautam
5. J. C. Bose Hostel 10 03 30 Dr. Rakesh Babu Gautam
6. Subhash Chandra Bose Hostel 19 03 57 Dr. Ram Ji Gupta
7. Ambedker Hostel (A-Block) 88 02 176 Dr. R. P. Vyas

Dr. Devendra Singh

8. Bhagat Singh Hostel (B-Block) 88 02 176 Dr. Anil Kumar

Dr. Y. K. Singh

9. Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam Hostel 49 02 98 Dr. Jitendra Kumar
10. Shatabdi Hostel (1+2) 38 02 76 Dr. K. P. Singh
11. Rajendra Prasad Hostel 48 01 48 Dr. C. B. Singh
12. Patel Hostel 181 01 181 Dr. Ram Ashish Yadav
13. Shekhar P. G. Boys Hostel 105 01 98 Dr. Kaushal Kumar
14. Varuna P. G. Girls Hostel 105 under CAAST Project
15. International Hostel 10+2 01 03 Dr. M. Z. Siddiqi
Girls Hostel
1. Godavary Hostel 66 64 Dr. Seema Sonker
2. Shram Jeevi Hostel 15 21 Dr. Shweta Yadav
3. Jhalkari Bai Hostel 21 36 Dr. Seema Sonker
4. Sarojini Naydu Hostel 50 113 Dr. Mithilesh Verma
Dr. R.P Singh (DSW)


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