University has a Bus, which is being used for shuttling to and fro from University to Utrathia (six trips) to help the University students.


The University is in process of developing a full-fledged computer centre for growth and development of teaching, research and other related activities in addition to the work relating to the administration, finance, examination and admission of the University. The function of the computer centre includes providing central computing facility with data base and network/ mail server to all the students and staff of the University and also assistance in conducting research, analysing data. The Centre will conduct short-term courses/training for the students and staff of the University.

Presently University has a Computer Centre equipped with computers and internet facilities under the info net program of UGC scheme, which is open for all. The University is also connected with National Knowledge Network (NKN).


The University provides health services through Medical Consultants since May, 2005. The Medical Consultants are providing health care consultation to all the students, Administrative staff, Faculty members and Subordinate staff of the University from 10 AM to 5 PM in the Administrative Block of the University.

Health Care services are also being given by the Medical Consultants at the Boys’ Hostel and Girls’ Hostel for the residential students of the University. The University is in the process of having a full-fledged well equipped Health Centre to cater to the health services of all the employees and students of the University for which the building has been constructed recently.


In order to build their career, students need to know what the options available to them are and where and how they can achieve it. To cater to these precise needs of the students, the Information and Guidance Bureau (I&GB) was started in August 2007 and is committed to do the needful for the benefit of the students and alumni. The I & GB of the University is engaged in rendering meaningful services to the students community in matters of securing various placements matching with their qualification and aptitude, education loans, higher education, competitive exams, scholarship, fellowships and assistantships available in India and abroad.

The main function of the Bureau is to disseminate the Employment Information for various courses offered by the University. The students are explained about various job opportunities, qualifications, age limits, and scheme of competitive examinations and about higher education in India and abroad. Tasks of the bureau are to conduct Career Conferences where eminent personalities from different walks of life will address the students, collect and display various career related information, provide handbooks of foreign Universities, newspapers, bulletin of sister bureau, Employment News and occupational information files for the reference of students. Further it is also to render vocational guidance to the students individually or in group and to collect and disseminate the occupational information, Training facilities, financial assistance available in India and abroad.


Most buildings in the University such as Administrative Block, departments, Hostels, and some residential quarters in the campus are fully equipped with LAN facility and extension of the same to other buildings is in the process.


The Central Library of the University was established in January, 1998. The Library is housed in the entire first floor of the Block # 4 of the Administrative building and fulfils its objective to supplement educational and information needs of the faculty and students through its books and periodical sections having adequate reading rooms. The Library services are also extended to non-teaching staff and visitors. It has adequate collection to satisfy the information need of the user. The Library is developing internet based services and bar-code based computerised circulation. A separate building of the Central Library is going to be completed soon.


The Guest House of the University is located within the University campus having a VIP Suite and other suites/rooms. The Guest House is functional and provides round the clock boarding and lodging services to Guests. Guest House rooms are allotted to University Guests free of cost and to other State or Central Govt. organizations, Universities, Public Sector Undertakings on request, subject to availability, on payment. However, first priority is given to University activities.


The Mess facility is available in the University in all the hostels. A Canteen is also running in the campus during working days which is open for all.


The University Placement Cell (UPC) was constituted in the session 2007-08. Since its inception the cell is helping the students to be placed in various organizations across India and abroad. The UPC is dedicated to support the students in their pursuit to get jobs in reputed organizations in India and abroad. Currently Placement Cell is planning to launch E-brochure of the final year students of various departments. Specialized lectures, workshops and job fair are organized to provide students a platform to showcase their talents.

SC/ST Cell

The staff of the Cell is actively engaged in coordinating and solving the problems in the matter of admissions in the University, utilization and timely disbursement of scholarships, accommodation in hostels, conduct of remedial coaching, UGC-NET coaching, Competitive Exam coaching and other measures with a view to see that the education system succeeds in bringing the Schedule Castes and Scheduled Tribes to a level quantitatively as well as qualitatively at par with the rest of the society. The Cell is also instrumental in monitoring the implementation of rule of reservation for SC/ST in admission and appointments on teaching as well as non-teaching posts. The University is providing Rs. 2000/- for dissertation, Rs. 3000/-for educational tour to SC/ST students. Further a Gold Medal is awarded to topper among the SC/ST students.


The University offers the following Programmes for the development of SC/ST and Minority students.

  • UGC Remedial Coaching Programme (RCP):Under RCP, additional coaching is provided to the students who face difficulties in learning the subject concerned and English language. In addition, it conducts classes for personality development.
  • UGC NET Coaching Programme: It offers special coaching for joint CSIR – UGCNET examinations which are being conducted twice a year.
  • Residential Coaching Academy:This Programme offers special coaching for Civil Services (IAS/IPS/IFS), State Services, SSC, RRB and other competitive examinations which are being conducted by the Central and State Governments.


A healthy person keeps a healthy and active mind and sports are the best mechanism to accomplish that objective. The National Sports Policy (1984) and the New Education Policy (1986) also emphasise on the need for introduction of sports in the academic programme. The University, being sensitive for the overall development of students, realizes that a balance in physical, mental and emotional growth is essential for the complete development of personality.

At present, the University has a multipurpose sports ground in the campus having facilities like Football, Volleyball, Cricket, athletics etc. In addition, there is an indoor Gymnasium equipped with all modern facilities for physical training. Indoor games like Badminton, Table Tennis, Chess, and Carom facilities are available. All the games, indoor and outdoor, are facilitated by experts and trainers. University is sure that these facilities would instil in students a sense of confidence besides physical fitness. It would help them in becoming a complete human being so that they can withstand the challenges of life


Student Welfare involves providing ample scope and opportunities for the development of students including their overall personality development. To motivate the students for participation in different programmes of the university, the students are awarded several medals and prizes. Moreover, students can avail railway concessions including journey performed for research work, home town visit etc., monthly concession passes in Govt. city buses. The University recommends students for various types of scholarships, such as JRF/RGNF, and also GEN/SC/ST/OBC students to various statutory bodies and the Social Welfare Department.


As per the UGC’s ingenious plan every Indian University must have a Science Instruments Centre. In fact, the creation of such a centre is becoming obligatory for every university for the reason that the modern day science demands the use of precision equipment’s for the acceptability of data. Such centres help stop duplication of sophisticated equipment’s, which cost huge amounts and in turn help in regulating the use of the sanctioned money in the most judicious way.

This University has established USIC, which is housed on the ground floor of the School for Environmental Sciences building. USIC has three precision equipments:
1. Scanning Electron Microscope, (SEM, Model JSM-6490 LV of JEOL, and Japan) with EDX facility and two preparatory units, viz., Critical Point Dryer and Ion Sputter Coater;
2. Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrometer with ATR - Attenuated Total Reflectance (FT-IR Spectrometer, Model Nicolet TM 6700 OF Thermo Scientific, USA);
3. Fast Performance Liquid Chromatography (FPLC, Model EKTA 10 of GE Healthcare Bioscience. Sweden). These equipment’s have been procured and are under regular use in USIC.


The University is doing a lot of work towards gender equality. As a path breaking decision, a provision of gender budgeting has been made on BBAU financial road map. Gender budgeting basically means that a part of the budget will be set aside for gender specific activities.

Recently, the University constituted a committee to suggest the requirements of basic facilities for the women employees and girl students of the University. Some of the recommendations made by the committee are: more women friendly spaces in the University including common rooms and toilets, transport, canteen, shopping complex with a chemist shop, and computer with internet facility for the women employees and students in the campus.


On 8th March, 2010 a Day Care Centre was inaugurated by the then Vice Chancellor Prof. B. Hanumaiah, Prof. Sunita Mishra has been appointed Co-ordinator of the Centre.


The NCC (Girls) wing of the University started on 12 August, 2010 and the strength of company is attached to the 20 UP Girls BATTALION NCC of the army. The NCC (Boys & Girls) division of the University with the strength of company is started in 2016-17 session and attached to the 67 UP BATTALION NCC of the army. Our NCC cadets have become the role model for other students by participating in social activities like health check-up camp, blood donation camp, tree plantation camp, anti-leprosy drive, Cancer Awareness Programmes and other NSS activities. Training in NCC instills qualities like nationalism, patriotism, discipline, team spirit, spirit-de-corps, leadership and self-confidence and promotes overall personality development. NCC gives a tremendous opportunity to one and all for betterment, irrespective of caste, creed, religion or economic status. Based on the aims of NCC, the syllabi for the Senior Wing/Division cadets cover a period of three years. All NCC activities are conducted under the supervision of Lt. Raj Shree, Asst. Professor, DIT and Dr. Manoj Dhadwal, Assistant Director, Physical Education.


Community College has started working in the educational session 2013-14, to impact skill development programmes for youth under NVEQF (National Vocational Education Qualification Framework) of Ministry of Human Resource Development Group of Indian. Certificate course on “Dietetics” and Certificate Courses in “Computer Skill Training” of three month duration each have commenced as per UGC direction. Certificate course on “Dietetics” is offered by School for Home Science and Certificate course on computer skill training is offered by the Computer Centre, under School of SIST of the university. The objective of the course is to impact skill opportunity and help in employment to participants


  • All students enrolled in the various M.Phil., P.G.,U.G., and Diploma courses are required to have 75% attendance in theory and practical (wherever applicable) to appear in Examination. The University reserves the right to disallow such candidate(s) from appearing in the examination whose attendance falls short of the minimum prescribed.
  • No candidate will be allowed to take up a job while pursuing a full time course. Those, who are employed at the time of admission, will be required to produce a certificate of leave from their employer within one month from the date of admission failing which their admission will be cancelled on the recommendation of Head/Dean by the competent authority.
  • A student is allowed to repeat courses/improve grades in courses as specified in the rules.
  • Zero semester/year provision can be availed by a student only under the conditions specified in the rules.


The University follows Semester system for all the courses with choice based credit system.


Proctorial Board

The University has a Proctorial Board to maintain both discipline and law and order on the campus.

Anti Ragging Committee

There is an Anti Raging Committee in the University which ensures complete ban on ragging in the campus in general and hostels in particular. Moreover, on the basis of directions given by the Supreme Court of India, if any incident of ragging comes to the notice of the authority, the concerned student shall be given liberty to explain and if the explanation is not found satisfactory, the authority would expel him from the institution. Further, in view of UGC Regulations on curbing the menace of ragging in Higher Educational Institution, 2009, every student and his parent/guardian will furnish an affidavit at the time of admission on the proforma given in the Annexure - I & II.

Committee against Sexual Harassment

There is a Committee against Sexual Harassment to combat sexual harassment and violence against women in the University campus.


University Foundation Day

The University commemorates its Foundation Day on 10th January every year. Lectures by eminent academics on current and general issues followed by Cultural Programme by the University students are the basic features of the celebration.

Ambedkar Jayanti

The University commemorates Ambedakar Jayanti every year on the birth-date of Bharat Ratna Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar. On this occasion a National Seminar is organized by the University on an important theme.