Facilities Available

IT Center

The Institute is hosting its own Website and has a well-equipped and well-furnished IT Centre with Broad Band Internet, Scanning, Printing and other computer related facilities is functioning in the Institute. Separate arrangements are provided to Faculty Members, Staff, Scholars and Students. All the Professors, Heads and almost all Associate Professors are provided Computer and Broadband Internet Facility in their Chambers. This Centre has good fixtures & furniture which creates calm atmosphere suiting to the scholars in their studies.

Through this Centre faculty members, scholars and staff are sharing the information for their use. This Centre itself is versatile and providing immense helps to scholars, researcher and faculty member in their endeavours. They access study material frequently on Internet, exchange of views with fellows and faculty members, etc. on the research topic allotted to them.


UR College has a 100 bedded Hostel for students in the campus with comfortable well lit, well ventilated rooms, furnished with tables, chairs, beds and wardrobes for all students. The facilities provided aim at development of a positive frame of mind along with quality education for the students.

Students can entertain the visitors only during the visiting hours. The normal visiting hours are from 4.00p.m to 6.00p.m on working days and from 8.00a.m to 6.00p.m on Sundays and other holidays.

Permission to go out of the Hostel will be given only once in a month on a holiday. They can leave the Hostel after 6.30a.m and should return before 6.00p.m

No student will be allowed to go out based on a phone message. Phone calls from outsiders, other than parents of students, are strictly prohibited.

Students will ordinarily be permitted to go home only if the college is closed continuously for more than 5 days or more. Students going out of the hostel either to the city or on a holiday should enter the date and time of leaving the hostel and date and time of returning to the hostel.

Any student willing to attend a function in the house, marriage or any other ceremony will be permitted to go only if the request is directly made by the parents to the principal.

Local guardians authorized by parents of the students are intended to take care of the students welfare and provide moral support. They may visit the students periodically during visiting hours. Students are not permitted to stay in the local guardian’s house overnight nor the local guardians can invite their wards to their houses over phone.

Students are expected to keep their rooms neat and tidy and are responsible for the furniture and bedding provided to them


Sports play a vital role in molding a students’ life. It shapes the students physically and mentally. As we all are aware that all work and no play make jack a dull boy. A student excelling in sports will also shine in his academic career. He will be a brilliant outstanding student in his studies.

While academic excellence has been the main goal of our educational efforts, for the last 54 years, the participation and performance in sports, cultural activities, extra-curricular activities and military training, have also received due and minute attention of the authorities of the college.

The college has large playing fields, which meet the requirements of all outdoor games. Facilities for indoor games are also provided. The number of students, who have benefited from these sports facilities, is indeed very large. This has enabled the college to build a strong foundation for sports and a sporting tradition, which has produced outstanding sportsmen in different games, many of whom have brought great distinction to the college and to themselves, at the national and the international level. Sports also brings with it healthy competition. The competitive instinct is natural in man and demands outlets. Sports have wide scope for the competitive instinct, matches and tournaments and contests are held to put to test the skill, toughness, stamina and endurance of various participants.


The rules related to college library can be seen on the notice board of the college. The library is open except Sunday and any holiday.

Seating capacity of the reading room of the library : 100

The library has separate reference section/Journals section and reading room.

Number of books in the library : 10,689

Total number of educational Journals Periodicals being subscribed : Journals – 16, Periodicals – 3

Number of encyclopedias available in the library : 28

Number of books available in the reference Section of the library : 468


Introduction : Popularly known as NSS, the scheme was launched in Gandhiji's Centenary year, 1969. Aimed at developing student's personality through community service, NSS is a voluntary association of young people in Colleges, Universities and at +2 level working for a campus-community linkage. The cardinal principle of the NSS program is that it is organized by the students themselves, and both students and teachers through their combined participation in community service, get a sense of involvement in the tasks of nation building. 
The Motto of NSS "Not Me but You” reflects the essence of democratic living and upholds the need for self-less service. NSS helps the students develop appreciation to other person's point of view and also show consideration to '/other living beings. The philosophy of the NSS is well doctrine in this motto, which underlines/on the belief that the welfare .of an individual is ultimately dependent on the welfare of the society on the whole and therefore, the NSS volunteers shall strive for the well-being of the society. 


National Cadet Corps.
National Cadet Corps is a Tri-Services Organisation comprising the Army, Navy and Air Force, engaged in grooming the youth – ‘The Leaders of Tomorrow’ – into disciplined and patriotic citizens. The genesis of the NCC can be traced back to the First World War when the Britishers created the University Corps as the second line of defense and to have a large pool of trained youth available for employment into the Armed Forces.
After independence the present day NCC under the Ministry of Defence came into existence on 16 Apr 1948 through NCC act XXXI, 1948. NCC was formally inaugurated on 15 Jul 1948 as soon as the schools and colleges reopened after summer vacation. The Girls Division of the NCC was started in Jul 194After independence the present day NCC under the Ministry of Defence came into existence on 16 Apr 1948 through NCC act XXXI, 1948. NCC was formally inaugurated on 15 Jul 1948 as soon as the schools and colleges reopened after summer vacation. The Girls Division of the NCC was started in Jul 1949. In 1950 Air Wing was added on 01 Apr with one Air squadron each at Bombay and Kolkata. The Naval Wing of the NCC was raised in Jul 1952, thus completing the true representation of all services in the Corps. Presently, NCC has approximately 13 Lakhs Cadets under its fold. 

NCC Incharge
Dr. Dayanand Paswan