University of Jammu
The University of Jammu informally known as Jammu
University (JU), accredited as A+ grade by National
Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), was
established in 1969 by an Act of the State Legislature which
effectively split the Jammu and Kashmir University into the separate
University of Jammu and University
The University is currently located on the banks of the Tawi
River. The university has set up seven off-sites campuses at Bhaderwah, Kistwar, Poonch, Reasi, Ramnagar, Kathua and Udhampur.
The university is the first university in India to receive the
ISO-9001 certification. The
university offers undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral programs. It
also affiliates and recognizes colleges.
The Main Campus of Jammu University is situated at Baha Saheb
Ambedkar Road in Jammu at an altitude of 1030 ft above sea level.
The Main Campus of University houses the Teaching Departments,
Health Centre, Guest House, Post Office, Jammu
& Kashmir Bank, Bookshop, Hostels, Cafeteria and Canteens and
many other facilities. The second campus of the University (the old
campus) is spread over 10.5 acres which is located at a distance of
4 km from the main campus currently has residential quarters for
teaching and non-teaching employees and hostel for boys.
The Governor of the J&K State is the Chancellor and the Chief
Minister is the Pro-Chancellor of the University. The University has
36 departments and 157 affiliated colleges, awarding degrees in more
than 50 programmes at the postgraduate and undergraduate level.
VICE CHANCELLOR AND REGISTRAR
Prof. R. D. Sharma
Dr. Meenakshi Kilam,
(Mob. No. 9419103046)