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Resources are the sources from which benefits are produced. Resources are the backbone of every economy. Resources are limited and, therefore, these need to be utilized to the fullest possible extent. Sharing is one of the features of utilizing resources. Effective management of resources is an essential task for managing different projects. Having the information about the availability of the resources and having those available at the right time for the activities; play a vital role in managing the costs and smoothly executing the project activities. This document contains the core ideas regarding initiatives taken for sharing of resources in higher education. The prime objective of resource sharing is to maximize the availability of material and services and to minimize expenses. In other words, the principle behind resource sharing has been the availability of maximum service at the minimum cost or the maximum service at the same cost. The prime objective of resource sharing is to create an environment in which universities can offer better services to facilitate quality higher education and research. It aims to make the resources of one university available to users of other university and vice-versa. The main objectives, therefore, are: increasing availability of resources, extending the accessibility of resources, diminishing cost, and promoting optimum utilization of resources. This compilation of possible strategies for sharing resources could be possible because of the insightful contribution made by all the participants from the universities located in the state of Haryana.

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    Internet is the main source from where the students can be able to gathers the desired information and knowledge on relevant parts of their courses. They tooks out the notes, presentations, slides, lessons and study materials in various form so that they can read and study them in their mean time also. This Web based system helps in enhancing the standard of education. Students can benefit a lot from the availability of means to review and repeat lecture material with the pace and at the time that is best suited for them. Therefore the effectiveness and convenience of classroom lectures can be dramatically increased. That's why we need modernized tools and equipments to capture that whole session so that they can be reviewed later accordingly. .

  • English Language Lab

    Department of English & Foreign Languages is a constituent part of the School of Language, Linguistics, Culture and Heritage. Founded with the very inception of the University in 2009, the department was established under the able guidance of the worthy Vice Chancellor Prof.Mool Chand Sharma. The department initiated the M. Phil and Ph. D programmes in the year 2009-10. Presently there are three faculty members in the department.

  • Computer Centre

    Central University Computer Centre (CUCC) designs and administer India's biggest educational IT network feeding more than 10000 devices through wired network and more than 2000 users over Wi-Fi for Internet needs as on date through National Knowledge Network (NKN). The number is increasing day by day as more and more people are getting engaged for Internet services. Currently Campus is connected with 1 Gbps bandwidth to NKN.

  • Life Sciences Lab

    The School of Interdisciplinary and Applied Life Sciences (SIAL) was established in June 2015 with the vision of bridging the gap between classical and applied aspects of Life Sciences with teaching and research in (Biotechnology, Microbiology, Biochemistry and Nutrition biology). The main aim is to create trained manpower to contribute for the benefit of mankind. To meet the challenges and impart theoretical as well as research oriented training to the master's and doctoral students is carrying out in each departments. School of Interdisplinary and Applied Life Sciences (SIAL) want to contribute towards the development of the Nation building by providing quality teaching, training to the aspiring researchers and scientists..

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  • CII

    Centre for Innovation and Incubation (CII) has been established to identify and encourage budding talents in different domains of engineering, health, food and agriculture etc. The centre is devoted to encourage, inspire and nurture students by supporting them to work with new ideas and transform them into prototypes during their course of education. The centre is open to proposals with strong social and strategic impact. The students can register themselves with CII to work on their proposed idea. CII was earlier known as Centre for Innovation skill and Entrepreneurship Development (CISED).

  • CIC

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