Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology

UNIVERESITY

Guru Jambheshwar University of Science & Technology, Hisar (formerly Guru Jambheshwar University) is a State University established on October 20, 1995 by an Act of the Legislature of the State of Haryana to facilitate and promote studies and research in emerging areas of higher education with a focus on new frontiers of technology, pharmacy, environmental studies, non-conventional sources energy and management studies and also to achieve excellence in these and connected fields. It was formally inaugurated on November 1, 1995. It is named after Guru Jambheshwar Ji Maharaj, a saint environmentalist of 15th century.

The University is situated at Hisar, a rapidly growing town at a distance of 167 Km. from Delhi on Delhi - Rohtak - Hisar- Sirsa - Fazilka National Highway (NH-9) and 231 Km. from Chandigarh on NH-152. The University is spread over a sprawling area of about 372 acres. The campus is laid out with picturesque landscape, numerous buildings of various designs and wide road network. It presents a spectacle of harmony in architecture and natural beauty. Approximately, 275 acres of land has been developed providing with all facilities such as water supply, street lighting, electricity supply and parks/ lawns etc. The University has two cafeterias with the facility of big dining hall, kitchen, store etc. Besides, there is a Shopping Centre where several facilities, such as saloon, laundry, post office, bookshop, bank with ATM facility, grocery shop, sweets shop, milk parlor, shop for mementoes, souvenirs, cards, computer and photocopying facilities, etc. are available.

The University has been recognized by the University Grants Commission (UGC) under Section 2(f) for recognition of degrees on 11.1.1996 and under section 12(B) of the UGC Act to be eligible for central assistance on 7.2.1997. The University has been accredited A Grade by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), in 2002 as grade A and has been re-accredited as grade A with (CGPA 3.26), in 2009. Thereafter, the University has also been re-accredited third time as A Grade with (CGPA 3.28) by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), Bangalore for a period of five years from 10.12.2014 to 09.12.2019 and further extended for two years i.e., upto 09.12.2021. The University has applied for the 4th Cycle NAAC Accreditation. Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam Central Instrumentation Laboratory is a well acclaimed lab. which not only provides facilities to researchers of the University but also caters to the research needs of other Institutions of the region. The University has well sought-after Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya Innovation and Incubation Centre and Start Up Schemes to foster innovative ideas of its students. The University has received highest grants in Haryana State from RUSA, MHRD for this centre. The University has been ranked among 1001-1200 Rank Band in the globally prestigious Times Higher Education World University Ranking 2022. The University has also been ranked in 601-800 rank band in the Physical Sciences subject category in the Times Higher Education World University Ranking 2022.The University has also been ranked 401-500 in The Times Higher Education Emerging Economies University Rankings 2022. The University has added another feather of international recognition in the form of securing rank between 351-400 in the globally renowned Times Higher Education Young University Rankings 2022.

GJU&ST is the only University from Haryana to mark its presence in these prestigious rankings. In the NIRF Rankings 2021, the University has secured 27thrank in Pharmacy Category, 88th Rank in the University Category and 201-250 Rank band in Engineering Category. In the Atal Ranking of Institutional Innovations and Achievements (ARIIA-2020) by the Education Ministry, Govt. of India, the University has been ranked in BAND A between 6th-25th in August 2020, in the Govt. and Govt. Aided Universities Category. The University has been granted graded Autonomy and UGC has placed it in Category-II University. It is one amongst the 21 State Universities of the Country to have achieved this position. This University has also been admitted for the 3rd time for Global Initiative Academic Network (GIAN) Phase-III Scheme, a prestigious scheme of MHRD. The University has been ranked 494th World Most Sustainable University in 2021 in UI Green Matric World University Rankings announced by University of Indonesia, Jakarta. The University has been awarded 1st Prize at State level for spreading awareness about Prevention of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse. The efforts of the University are recognized by the Social Justice and Empowerment Department, Government of Haryana by rewarding it with a cash prize. The University has constantly motivated and encouraged interdisciplinary collaboration and Research. Around 3312 research papers have been published by the faculty in peer reviewed journals of repute which are listed in SCOPUS with about 62723 citations. The h-index of the University was 102 in June 2022. This is the highest h-index of any University in the State of Haryana. Average Paper Citation is 17.12 which is also highest in the region. Numerous research projects have been completed in different departments and there are several ongoing research projects being handled by our faculty. The University has acquired FIST grant from the DST and grant under SAP programme by UGC. The University has been sanctioned DST-PURSE grants of Rs. 10.25 Crores for research.

JURISDICTION

The State Government vide notification No. S.O.7/H.A. 17/1995/S.4/17 dated 21.06.2017 has defined the jurisdiction and authorized the university to exercise its power on all type of colleges of District Hisar.

The University Library came into existence in 1996 and is housed in a circular designed three-storey large building. It is named after the Great Indian Jurist, Economist, Politician and Social Reformer Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar. The seating capacity of the University Library is 400 seats. The library runs in two shifts i.e., 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. and 11:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. and remains open on Saturdays and Sundays also. The timing of Night Reading Hall is 8:00 A.M. to 12:00 Midnight, however during examination, it remains open round the clock.

Realizing the crucial role of up-to-date information services for conducting high level R&D activities, the library since its inception has been in the continuous process of building and updating a standardized collection with latest publication. In these endeavors, by the end of March 2022, the Library has a collection of 122468 books and 5850 bound volumes of Journals. For getting the information about individual Library Account Status and availability of books is provided through Web-OPAC. The library has subscribed 281 Printed Indian Journals and subscribed 41 Magazines and 20 Newspapers.


The library has always been in forefront in the application of latest information and communication technology, whenever available. To make it accomplish, the library in its electronic repository, has the access of about 8000 e-journals from 13 Publishers and 5 Databases. The library has purchased/ subscribed 262149 e-books from EBSCO (Academic E-Books Collection), JSTOR, Emerald, Institute of Physics, The MIT Press and Wiley-IEEE Press. Apart from this, the access of about 7 lakh e-books from World E-Book Library and South Asia Archive (SAA) has been provided through National Digital Library of India initiative. In addition, 18310 structured video Lectures of IITs through National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning are also accessible over Campus Wide Network.

The library has one Research Database Lab for the Research Scholars and Faculty Members. This lab is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities. Moreover, the University has signed MOU with INFLIBNET for Shodhganga Repository and so far, 394 theses have been uploaded. The library recorded 97104 visitors during the period January 2020 to March 2022. During this period total issue for home lending were 39758 books and total 94513 books were consulted by the members of the library.


Apart from the above, the library provides the facility of detect and check similarity in research work by using "Turnitin" - An anti-plagiarism Software. Library is a member of National Digital Library. Moreover, for accessing the resources of prominent Higher Education Institutions we are the member of NDLI CLUB also.



The Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya Computer and Informatics Centre (PDUCIC) is a central facility to meet the computing requirements of all the students, research scholars, staff and faculty of the University. It has more than 250 Computers including latest configuration servers & other peripherals to meet the computing requirements of all the students, research scholars, faculty and staff of the University. All the computers are connected with Internet facility with 100 Mbps Leased line. From its very inception, the PDUCIC has effectively been performing task of building up data processing capabilities of many branches of the University and playing a vital role in imparting intensive training to the staff of the University. In addition, there is a full-fledged language lab, which has Words Worth Software for language enhancement and personality development of the students. The timings of the PDUCIC are 9.00 am to 7.00 pm during teaching session and 9.00 am to 5.00 pm during Summer & Winter Vacations.




In order to cater to the needs of Information & Communication Technologies for students, staff and faculty of university, Networking Cell has been set up in university. At present all the teaching departments, hostels, administrative block and other offices are connected with a combination of wired and wireless network, The wireless network covers almost entire campus. The wired network consists of around 2500 nodes and approx. 250 controller-based Wi-Fi. The network has been empowered through high capacity and secured active and passive components. Networking Cell has installed a campus surveillance system for security purpose. Networking Cell has been connected with the bandwidth of 1 Gbps under NME/NKN project of MHRD. The internet connectivity has been provided through 150 Mbps leased line from NKN and 100 Mbps 1:1 from M/s Reliance Jio Infocomm Limited free of cost to faculty members, research scholars, staff and students of university for 24 hours. Everyone in the University is provided E-mail address on G-Suite. Networking Cell has also installed Campus Surveillance System consisting of 104 high end cameras with central monitoring system. The complete campus has been provided 24x7 CCTV surveillance.



There are nine hostels (four for boys, four for girls and one for working women) which can accommodate more than 2000 students. All the hostels are fully equipped with basic amenities like commercial RO with UV & ozonator, Water coolers, LED TV, electric geysers, telephone facilities, insect killers, adequate playgrounds and other recreational facilities like chessboards, carom boards, badminton etc. The hostels have Ambulance facility for students residing in hostels 24x7 for any medical emergencies. There is also internet and Wi-Fi facilities for the students in hostels. The lawns around the hostel are developed aesthetically to provide refreshing view to the residents. The girls hostel complex in which all the girl hostels come under a common boundary wall having Air-conditioned Cyber Cafe, general store, beauty parlour shop, confectionary shop and photostat shop. Each girls hostel and working women hostel is provided with sanitary pad vending machine & sanitary pad incinerator. The CCTV cameras have been installed at various places for security purpose. Further, each hostel has a common room where newspapers and latest magazines are available to the students and gym equipped with tread mills, exercise cycle & abdominal exerciser, etc.


Healthy menu is provided by the contractor on the reasonable rates and menu items & quality check is done randomly by the Mess Committees, Wardens, Coordinators, Deputy Chief Wardens and the Chief Wardens. Hostel accommodation will be provided according to latest Govt. COVID-19 Guidelines and hostel rules. The prospective hostellers are also required to submit medical fitness certificate at the time of admission. The hostel residents are governed by the terms and conditions as contained in the University Hostel Regulations. The university administration with the very energetic and dedicated team of hostel administrations ensures a better quality of life for all the hostel residents.




The Directorate of Sports was established and working since 1996 in the University. The games in the University are Football, Cricket, Lawn Tennis, Basketball, Handball, Volleyball, Badminton, Table Tennis, Yoga, Karate, Kabaddi, Weight Lifting and Shooting Range as well as an Athletic Track of 400 Meters. In addition, there are two Lawn Tennis court with Practice wall. One high tech Gym is established in the Multipurpose Hall in the premises of the Directorate of Sports. For participation in various games, the University provides Track Suit, playing kit & Shoes to all the participants, provide to the coaches and the Team Manager who accompany with the team. Our university students have participated more than 50 Inter University tournaments and achieved various positions. To motivate the players the Directorate of Sports awarded the cash prize of Rs. 10.00 Lacs to the position holders during the year 2019-2020.




The Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Central Instrumentation Laboratory (CIL) is established for the students, research scholars and teachers of the University who are actively engaged in R&D activities in the emerging areas of Science, Technology & Engineering. The CIL is presently having sophisticated instruments like-

  • Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Spectrometer (400 MHz)
  • Atomic Absorption Spectrometer (AAS)
  • UV-VIS Spectrometer
  • UV-VIS-NIR Spectrophotometer
  • Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) Spectrometer
  • Differential Scanning Calorimeter (DSC)
  • Microwave Plasma Atomic Emission Spectrometer (MP-AES)
  • Microwave Synthesizer
  • Liquid Chromatography Mass Spectrometry (LC-MS/ MS QTOF)
  • Ultra-High-Performance Liquid Chromatography (UHPLC)
  • Field Emission Scanning Electron Microscope with EDS (FE-SEM)
  • Raman Spectrometer
  • Flash Chromatography
  • Rheometer
  • Multipurpose Versatile XRD (XRD) System

The CIL cater to the needs of the students, research scholar and teachers of this university as well as other educational institute and industry in order to promote research activities.




The Centralized Training & Placement Cell of the university works on dual fronts of enhancing employability of our budding professionals and offering maximum employment opportunities to them. Having been equipped with state-of-the-art infrastructure in form of Seminar Hall, Group Discussion Room, Interview Room & WiFi facility, Training & Placement Cell facilities various campus placement drives through Pre-Placement talks, written tests, group discussions & personal interviews. The cell also facilitates the students to participate in off-campus or pool-campus placement drives held at various institutions/ industries. The cell also offers internship opportunities to the students by conducting Internship drives or In-house Internship cum Training programs.


For grooming the students, cell runs a wide spectrum of programs such as GJUS&T Weekly Online Aptitude Test (GWOAT), UDBHAVANA talk shows, Industry Interaction Programs (IIP), Industrial Visits, Various Speakathon Competitions through Speakathon Club, Coding Competitions through its coding club, Employability Assessment tests, In-house Training on trending technologies, GATE training and many more. The glimpses of all these programs are also regularly updated on all social media platforms as well as in form of its quarterly newsletter namely TPC-CHRONICLE. All these activities of T&P Cell are carried out by highly motivated team of students as activity coordinators, Department and Class placement Coordinators in able guidance of departmental teacher coordinators.




Ch. Ranbir Singh Auditorium forms the main component of architectural composition of the Central core of University Campus. The main hall is large enough for an audience of over 1800 persons and additional facilities of three Seminar Halls on the ground floor, one with a capacity of 250 persons and other two with a capacity of 125 persons each. This building is intended for convocations, conferences, seminars, workshops, concerts, ballets, film shows, plays and other stage performances etc. of national & international level. Ch. Ranbir Singh Auditorium building is one of the beautiful and State-of-the-Art Auditoriums in India and it has been awarded by National Planning Commission of India (Construction Industry Development Council Vishwakarma Awards 2014) under best construction project at National level. This Auditorium building has also recently been awarded by National Planning Commission of India (Construction Industry Development Council Vishwakarma Awards 2015) under best maintained structures at National level.




  • UHC is a primary health centre established in 1997 for medical needs of students, staff and their family members.
  • It is spacious enough to accommodate three doctors cabins for OPD, one Dental clinic, one observation room with three beds facility, minor O.T, one dispensing room, one laboratory and one medicine store.
  • It is well equipped with ECG machine, nebulizer, autoclave, foetal monitor, autoanalyser, Hematology analyser, Oxygen concentrator etc.
  • Dental clinic is very well equipped with modern equipment like RVG, Apex locator, scaler etc.
  • The staff of Health Centre includes one Senior Medical Officer, four Medical Officers, one Dental Surgeon, one Chief Pharmacy Officer, two Staff Nurses, one Matron, two Pharmacists, one Lab Technician, one Technician Officer and two Lab Attendants.

Various facilities provided at health Centre are as follows:

  • Medical aid for all common ailments with routine blood, urine and stool tests. Patients requiring only day care are managed here.
  • Health Centre provides medical care during the cultural and sports events at the event site.
  • Health Centre runs the Medical Reimbursement cell which deals with medical reimbursement cases as per Haryana re-imbursement policy.
  • Health Centre fully participates in Children vaccination programs along with the Civil hospital staff. It has also been part of national pulse polio campaign from time to time.
  • Health camps and talks are also conducted by Health Centre on regular basis. Health Centre remains open continuously from 7:30 am to 6.00 pm. After 6.00 pm two ambulances parked in girls and boys hostel take the patients to the approved hospitals for management.
  • Health Centre is a day care Centre. For indoor services all the hospitals on Govt. panel are on university panel (http://haryanahealth.nic.in/Empanelment.html) for reimbursement purposes.


SC/ST Cell has been set up in the University to ensure proper implementation of various schemes of the UGC, the Government of India and the State Govt. concerning scholarships, stipends etc. for welfare of reserved categories students. The guidelines, for various types of scholarship/stipends as revised from time to time by the Central and State Governments, are notified to all departments which are got displayed on the Notice Boards of the concerned departments and website of the University. This Cell ensures that these guidelines are strictly adhered to. The reservation to SC, BC etc. and other categories will be admissible as per reservation policy of the State Govt. The following type of scholarships are granted to the SC and BC candidates under the Schemes of Govt. of India/State Govt.
(i) Post Matric Scholarship to SC/ST students, Govt. of India Scheme.
(ii) Stipend to BC students under Post Matric Scholarship Scheme.
(iii) Financial help from District Welfare Office as per their Guidelines for purchase of books etc.

Promotion of Science Education (POSE) Scholarship Scheme for Students of UG and PG Science Courses

In order to encourage meritorious students towards science education and to support them for continuation of their science education up to higher level, Department of Science & Technology has started a scholarship scheme for the Under Graduate B.Sc. (General) and Postgraduate students opting for basic science subjects viz Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology, Mathematics and Geology. Every year 100 students each of B.Sc. 1st year and M.Sc. (Previous) are selected on merit basis. Scholarship of Rs. 4,000/- per month + contingency stipend of Rs. 4,000/- once in a year to B.Sc. students & Scholarship of Rs. 6,000/- per month + contingency stipend of Rs. 5,000/- once in a year is provided to M.Sc. students. The details of the scheme are available on official website dstharyana.org.
Note: The above said scholarship will be advertised and released by the office of concerned society as per their terms and conditions.



The UGC-Human Resource Development Centre (HRDC) of the University was established during the 11th Plan (2009) in accordance with the National Policy of Education (NPE-1986) with a vision To Facilitate Human Development and Professional Excellence in Academics and a mission To equip and enrich the participants with requisite professional and personal skills to make them grow as excellent human beings for their best possible contribution in personal, professional and societal domain.

The objectives of HRDC are to enhance the participants motivation, skills and knowledge through systematic orientation in specific subjects, techniques and methodologies, and thereby inculcate the right kind of values that would in turn encourage them to take initiatives for innovative and creative work. The functions of HRDC in the university are to plan, organize, implement, monitor and evaluate a variety of programmes for diverse stakeholders. Orientation Programmes are organized for newly appointed Universities and Colleges teachers to acquire and improve art of teaching, to understand the linkages between education and economic, socio-economic and cultural development, to utilize opportunities for development of personality, initiative and creativity, and to promote computer literacy as well use of ICT in teaching and learning process. Refresher courses are organized for Universities and Colleges teachers to keep abreast of the latest developments in their specific subjects, and also to understand the organization and management of a college/university and to perceive the role of teachers.

Interaction programme-cum-workshop for the Ph.D. Scholars is also organized on the theme of `Research Methodology to sharpen their research skills and facilitate their research work. Short-term courses ranging from 2-3 days to one week are also organized for academic staff, non-academic staff, and Ph.D. scholars on need-based themes. Programmes for Heads of departments, Principals, Deans, Officers, etc. are organized with a view to acquaint and sharpen the top-level administration skills which is helpful for effective decision making and its implementation to achieve the excellence in the connected fields. While following the UGC instructions, the HRDC also organizes Summer/Winter School for universities and colleges teachers to sensitize them in key areas like Disaster Management, Values and Spiritualism etc. In addition to UGC sponsored programmes the HRDC also organized the need-based programmes on Faculty Development, Staff Development, Capacity Building, and Research Methodology for Ph.D. scholars funded by other national and international agencies like World Bank and Indian Council for Social Science Research (ICSSR), MHRD etc.

The HRDC of University was selected among the ten HRDCs under RUSA Scheme of MHRD, Govt. of India and sanctioned a grant of Rs. 1.00 Crore for Faculty Quality Improvement Programmes and for Infrastructure Development. Recently HRDC has been recognized as National Resource Centre by MHRD, Govt. of India for conduct of ARPIT programmes and till date two ARPIT- 18 and ARPIT-19 have been successfully conducted through SWAYAM Portal. As a whole the HRDC endeavors to cater to training and development needs of teachers, academic administrators, researchers and non-academic staff. The prospective plans are to make this HRDC as a full-fledged Training Centre for Academia and Administration, and to transform it into Knowledge Disseminating and Resource Generation Centre by way of providing Training, Development and Consultancy facilities.



The basic aim of the Centre for Behavioral Research and Intervention (CBRI) is to take care of psychological wellbeing of students and to develop the positive attitude among youth particularly the students. The CBRI has been involved in providing psychological counseling to students and patients. Career counseling, personality development, awareness programme, community intervention programme, conducting workshops and seminars on psycho-social problems are some of the major objectives of the Centre. The Centre is also working on sponsored research projects in the field of behavior modification, HIV /AIDS, Violence etc.




The office of the Dean Students Welfare looks after Students Welfare in numerous ways and also monitors various cultural activities. Some important facilities provided by this office are as follows:

Earn While You Learn Scheme.

The spirit of the scheme is based on the idea of enabling needy students to meet some educational expenses with dignity. This scheme provides support to needy students for departments/office related work for fixed hours in a week with remuneration Rs. 80/- per hour subject to maximum of Rs. 2400/- per month.

Financial Assistance to the Needy Students.

Dean Students Welfare office provides financial assistance every year to the needy students of various departments as per the criteria set by the office/university.

Funding of Educational & Industrial Tours.

Office of Dean Students Welfare bears 50% of expenditure incurred on Education tours & Industrial tours for regular students of the University. The University also provides to the students free of cost participation in various sports tournaments, inter university youth festival and industrial visits, if they are part of course curriculum etc. Bus services are also provided in the campus for commuting from city gate to TB-VII during morning and evening hours. Ten (2021-22) Educational/ Industrial/ Cultural/ Sports tours were arranged for the students of different departments of the university.

Students Insurance Safety Policy.

The Regular students of the University Teaching Departments are insured for Rs. 1,00,000/-. It also covers Medical Expenses under accidental cases upto Rs.25,000/-. During the year (2021-2022) 4000 students were insured under Students Insurance Safety Policy with The Oriental Insurance Co. Ltd. Hisar.

Railway Concession Vouchers Facility.

The students from far off places are provided Railway concession vouchers for visiting their homes during vacations and attending academic activities at far off places.

Financial help for various Functions.

The office extends financial help for organization of students functions/seminars/workshops by various University Teaching Departments.

Students Council Election of GJUS&T are conducted by this office.



The Directorate of Youth Welfare provides a platform to students to explore their talent at utmost level and foster the feelings of Nationalism, enrich Indian Culture and Art. The Directorate of Youth Welfare infuses not only new energy among the students to relax themselves from the pressure of the studies but also to instill in them the confidence to present the talent which otherwise might remain hibernated in them. The organization of University Youth Festival is a regular feature in addition to cultural and literary activities.



For dealing with day-to-day disciplinary matters concerning students a Committee on Students Discipline and Welfare (Proctorial Committee) has been constituted to monitor the disciplinary climate prevailing in the student community and to maintain the Law-and-Order situation on the University Campus. The Proctor is responsible for the enforcement of the condition relating to Residence, Health and Discipline as laid down in the concerned ordinance.



Women Cell in the university has been established to develop and maintain an environment for women's safety, dignity and equality in the campus so that she can avail equal opportunities and takes all the steps required in this direction. The Women Cell consists of 5 members including senior persons from teaching and non-teaching staff.

Gender is a major concern in the policies of government and UGC. Women Cell aims to create awareness and make the staff and students familiar with womans issues and their rights and enable the students to critically analyse the womens issues to form right perspectives. Contributing to the visibility of gender issues, the cell opens a genuine dialogue among scholars, faculty, staff and students through talks and discussions.

Women Cell follows a strategy that involves the personality development of women in divergent fields. The cell has been very active in working towards women empowerment and gender sensitization of our young women. This cell aims to provide a platform to young women to voice their thoughts and opinions and to share their experiences. Women Cell organizes workshops and lectures on all issues concerning women.




The Moto of the National Service Scheme (NSS) is Not Me, But You. This expresses the essence of democratic living and upholds the need for selfless services to appreciate the other personís point of view. It shows consideration for fellow human being. It underlines that the welfare of individual is ultimately dependent on the welfare of the society as a whole. The NSS units of Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology are involved in inculcating the feelings of empathy and self-extension among students. The units work with the objectives to uphold and promote the values of communal harmony, patriotism and National Integration among students as well as community members through various NSS activities. Seven days camps, State Level NSS Camp, National Integration camps are the integral part of the NSS in the University. The NSS units have been actively involved in community service and organizing awareness programmes related to prevention of HIV/AIDS, female foeticide, drug addiction and cashless India etc. NSS volunteers are also involved in the activities related to women empowerment, literacy and personality development of students, plantation, cleanliness, pulse polio, blood donation, digital and cashless India etc.




The foreign students desirous of seeking admission in Guru Jambheshwar University of Science & Technology, Hisar may apply by simply sending an email mentioning the name of programme. The student will attach all scanned copies of documents related to her/his qualification and nationality. The request thus received will be examined and processed by the concerned Department & office regarding eligibility for the admission. Once the process is completed and candidate is found eligible, she/he will be given an offer letter for admission through e-mail. The student will have to report for admission in the University during admission period which is usually from June to mid-August along with the requisite fee of USD $2000 per year and all the original documents. Once the documents are verified, the student will be asked to deposit the fee and get final admission. The fee will be deposited through bank draft or online transaction.




Department of Alumni Relations was established to promote bonding between the University and Alumni. The vision of the Department is to honor distinguished Alumni of the University, who have brought national and global acclaim in their respective domains. With the wide experience and expertise of the Alumni, Department looks towards the Alumni for suggestions, for the development of the University. The Department provides an interactive platform so as to establish a link between Alumni and the students of the University. For this, Department of Alumni Relations organizes Alumni meet once a year. The Department encourages and motivates the capable alumni of the University to raise various endowment funds and award stipends, free ships, scholarships, fellowships, medals etc. for the benefit of the deserving students of their alma mater. The Department welcomes all Diploma/ Degree holders of the University, members of the teaching faculty of the University and affiliated Colleges to enroll themselves as members of the Alumni Association.



With the vision and mission to enhance the overall well-being of the students and other stakeholders by addressing their emotional, personal, interpersonal and social needs Psychological Guidance & Counselling Cell is providing services to the students since its inception. The psychologists attend to the concerns of the stakeholders and provide them with the necessary support.

With the objective to facilitate personal and professional excellence and new perspective towards the challenges of life, the Cell provides comprehensive guidance and counselling services that will equip students and other stakeholders with necessary knowledge, attitude and life skills enabling them to become mature, socially responsible, happy and successful individuals.




NCC in India was conceptualized and raised before independence, mainly with an aim to groom the youth, boys and girls both, nurture them and channelize their energy towards nation building by making them responsible citizens of the country. After independence, the present day NCC came into existence on 16 Apr 1948, through XXXI Act of Parliament. NCC is a voluntary organization which is administered through the Ministry of Defence. NCC was established in the GJUS&T during session 2018-19. There are three subunits of NCC in the university i.e.

  • Senior Division; Army under the control of 3 Haryana Battalion NCC Hisar.
  • Senior Wing; Army under the control of 3 Haryana Girls Battalion NCC Hisar.
  • Senior Division/Senior Wing; Air Wing under the control of 1 Haryana Air Squadron NCC Hisar.

The Motto of NCC is Unity and Discipline. The main objective of NCC is to develop a highly motivated, patriotic, selfless, disciplined and enterprising youth - who is capable of providing leadership in any walk of life for the betterment of the nation. NCC activities are based on certain core values to prove it a responsive, learning and continuously evolving organization. NCC training philosophy is based on the concept Empowerment of Youth to earn the Right to Lead. Training methodology consist of Institutional Training, Camp Training, Social Service and Community Development, Personality Development, Competence Assessment/Certificate Examination.

Currently NCC training is imparted as extra curricular activity to volunteer students of university who enroll as cadets. NCC as a general elective credit course is designed by Hqs DG NCC with an intent to transform NCC training into a curricular activity from an extra-curricular thereby providing academic credits to students undergoing NCC training along with other attended advantages to the cadets in the university. UGC has sent the guidelines to university to implement NCC as a general elective credit course.