Vidya Vistar Scheme
- India’s dream to be a global superpower in the coming decades depends primarily on enhancing the skills of its human resources to meet global demands and increasing innovations and start- ups to fuel the economy.
- The roles that the universities, colleges and other educational institutions have to play is crucial in this context. Alone, each University/institution will require investment of a considerable amount of its resources for these activities.
- However, being a developing country, it would be in the best interest to maximise the utilization of existing resources available with the Universities/ academic institutions by sharing the same, through academic collaboration and cooperation amongst them, for augmenting the human resources.
Making available to the partner College or Department of fellow University –
- Expertise, knowledge and experience of the faculty members
- Resources in the library
- Other academic facilities
Online Teaching Learning
- Opportunity to share with the students of each others’ institutions the academic expertise and intellectually stimulating lectures/talks/seminars/workshops/conferen- ces/webinars.
- In this way, the partner institutions will be able to share the best of the academic resources with each other, leading to intellectual growth of students of both the institutions.
Vidya Vistar Partnership
- Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Sciences is the first College of the University which has entered into partnership with Government College, Bomdila, West Kameng District, Arunachal Pradesh under the Vidya Vistar Scheme
- Vivekananda College, University of Delhi is partnering with Government Model College, Deithor, Assam under the V2 Scheme.
- Hans Raj College, University of Delhi is partnering with –
- Government Post-Graduate College, Akhand Chandi Palace, Chamba, Himachal Pradesh
- Government College YAchuli, Arunachal PRadesh