Archive for the ‘Pilibhit’ Category

Results 2008-09 of (Affiliated Colleges)

Post Graduation Courses

M.A.-Hindi (Pre) new

M.A.-Persian (Pre) new

Msc-Agriculture(Agri. Economics) (Pre) new

Msc-Agriculture(Agri. Economics) (Final) new

Msc-Agriculture(Agronomy) (Pre) new

Msc-Agriculture(Agronomy) (Final) new

Msc-Maths (Pre) new

M.A. Mathematics (Final)

M.A. Home Science (Final)  

M.A. Psychology (Pre)  

M.A. Political Science (Pre)

M.A. Drawing N Painting (Final)  

M.A. Music (Final)  

M.A.-Home Science (Pre)

M.A.-Maths (Pre)


M.A.-Military Studies (Final)

M.A.-Sanskrit (Final)

M.A.-English (Final)

M.A.-Sociology (Pre)

M.A.-Sociology (Final)

M.A.-History (Final)

M.A.-Economics (Pre)

M.A.-Economics (Final)

M.A.-Sanskrit (Pre)

M.A.-Psychology (Final)

M.A.-Geography (Final)

M.A.-Geography (Pre)

M.A.-History (Pre)

M.A.-Hindi (Final)

M.A.-Urdu (Final)

M.A.-Ancient History & Culture (Final)

M.A.-Regional & Applied Economics (Final)

M.A.-Ancient History & Culture(Pre)

M.A.-Regional & Applied Economics (Pre)

Msc Animal Science (Pre)

Msc Animal Science(Final)

Msc Plant Science (Pre)

Msc Plant Science (Final)

Msc Statistics (Pre)

Msc Botany (Pre)

M.Com (Pre)

M.Com (Final)

M.A.-MUSIC (Previous)



M.A.-URDU (Previous)

M.A.English (Previous)


Msc Statistics(Final)

Msc Mathematics (Final)

Msc Physics (Previous)

Msc Physics (Final)

Msc Chemistry (Previous)

Msc Chemistry (Final)

Msc Zoology (Previous)

Msc Zoology (Final)

Msc Botany (Final)

Under Graduation Courses

BA Part I

BA Part II


B.Com Part I

B.Com Part II

B.Com Part III

Bsc Part I

Bsc Part II

Bsc Part III

BA Part II (Remaining) PART-I

BA Part II (Remaining) PART II

BA Part III (Remaining)

Bsc Part I (Remaining)

LAW ( L L B Examination Result)

L L B – IInd Year

L L B – IIIrd Year

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LLB – I (V Yr. Degree)

LLB-II Yr (V Yr. degree)

LLB-III Yr (V Yr. degree)

LLB-IV Yr (V Yr. degree)

LLB-Final Yr (V Yr. degree)

Entrance test Results 2009-2010

Msc Entrance

LLB Entrance

LLM Entrance

Examination Results 2009 has been declared for below mentioned colleges. Please click on college name to see results.

Adarsh Mahavidyalaya, Hardua, Nawabganj ( Bareilly )
Arya Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Shahjahanpur
Ayodhya Prasad Memorial Mahavidyalaya, Ujhani ( Budaun )
Babu Ram Singh Bhay Singh Memorial Mahavidyalaya, Babrala ( Budaun )
Bareilly College, Bareilly
Bhagirathi Devi Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Mandi Dhanora ( J. P. Nagar )
Damyanti Raj Anand Government College, Bisauli ( Budaun )
Darshan Singh Memorial Degree College, Baheri ( Bareilly )
Dayanand Arya Kanya Mahavidyalaya, Moradabad
Dhampur Degree College, Dhampur ( Bijnor )
Farooq Aslam Degree College, Amroha ( J. P. Nagar )
Gandhi Faizam Mahavidyalaya, Shahjahanpur
Gokul Das Hindu Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Moradabad
Govt. Mahavidyalaya, Bisalpur ( Pilibhit )
Govt. Mahavidyalaya, Budaun
Govt. Mahavidyalaya, Gunnaur ( Budaun )
Govt. Mahavidyalaya, Sambhal, ( Moradabad )
Govt. Mahila (P.G.) Mahavidyalaya, Rampur
Govt. Raza (P.G.) College, Rampur
Hindu College, Moradabad
Jagdish Saran Hindu (P.G.) College,  Amroha ( J. P. Nagar )
Jamuna Prasad Memorial College, Bhairpur Khazuria, Bareilly
Kanya Mahavidyalaya, Bhoor, Bareilly
Kedar Nath Girdhari Lal Khatri (P.G.) College, Moradabad
Khandelwal College Of Management Science & Technology, Bareilly
Khusro Memorial Degree College, C.B. Ganj, Bareilly
Krishna Gopal Mahavidyalaya, Nagina ( Bijnor )
Kundan Singh Memorial Kanya Mahavidyalaya, Kaurala, J. P. Nagar
Maharaja Agrasen Mahavidyalaya, Bareilly
Maharaja Harishchandra P. G. College, Moradabad
Mahatma Gandhi Memorial College, Sambhal ( Moradabad )
Naval Kishore Bhartiya Municipal Girl’s College, Chandausi (Moradabad)
Nehru Memorial Shiv Narayan Das Mahavidyalaya, Budaun
Nehtaur Degree College, Nehtaur ( Bijnor )
Pt. Deendayal Upadhyay Govt. Mahavidyalaya, Tilhar ( Shahjahanpur )
Pushp Institute Of Sciences & Higher Studies, Pilibhit
Rajendra Prasad Degree College, Meerganj ( Bareilly )
Ram Lubhai Sahni Govt. Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Pilibhit
Rama Institute Of Higher Education, Kiratpur ( Bijnor )
Rani Avanti Bai Lodhi Govt. Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Bareilly
Rani Bhagyavati Devi Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Bijnor
Regional College Of Professional Studies & Research, Bareilly
Roshan Lal Shanti Devi Academy, Moradabad
S.P. College, Tigri, Chandpur ( Bijnor )
Sahas Degree College, Naugawan Sadat, J. P. Nagar
Sahu Jain College, Najibabad ( Bijnor )
Sahu Jain College, Najibabad ( Bijnor )
Sant Baba Fauza Singh Girls Degree College, Darau, Baheri ( Bareilly )
Saubhagyavati Bai Dani Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Dhampur ( Bijnor )
Shyam Sunder Memorial (P.G.) College, Chandausi ( Moradabad )
Sirsa College Of Science & Technology, Sirsa, Baheri ( Bareilly )
Surajbhan Institute Of Information Technology, Bareilly
Swami Educational Complex, Pooranpur ( Pilibhit )
Swami Shukdevanand Mahavidyalaya, Shahjahanpur
Swami Vivekanand Mahavidyalaya, Puwayan ( Shahjahanpur )
Upadhi Mahavidyalaya, Pilibhit
Vardhman College, Bijnor
Vishal Kanya Degree College, Izzat Nagar, Bareilly
Vivekanand Mahavidyalaya, Darbara ( Bijnor )
Wilsonia Degree College, Moradabad

M. J. P. Rohilkhand University, Bareilly (U.P.) was established in 1975 as an affiliating University. Its status was upgraded to affiliating cum residential University in 1985 when teaching departments were established in the campus. The University headquarter is located at Bareilly with its territorial jurisdiction extending over the districts of Bareilly, Moradabad, Rampur, Bijnor, Jyotibaphule Nagar, Badaun, Pilibhit, Shahjahanpur etc. The University campus spreads over 206 acre of land. More than 140 degree colleges are affiliated to the University.

Satya P. Gautam

VICE CHANCELLOR M. J. P. Rohilkhand University, Bareilly (U.P.)As the 15th Vice-Chancellor of Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Rohilkhand University, I find this University in a fast growing and consolidating phase. It caters to the higher educational needs of around 3 lakh students through its 140 affiliated colleges spread over nine districts besides running professional under graduate courses and advanced and applied post graduate courses and research programs in the campus.

Basically a teaching and research University it has to strike a balance between the depth and breadth of knowledge by meaningfully coordinating its innovative interdisciplinary programs with extension into real life situations in regional and national economy, society and intelligentsia. Lab to land liaison is a must for its Animal Science and Plant Science researches as also of its Rural Management studies.

From the present overemphasis on employment and vocational opportunity oriented courses this University has to go a long way in making even its under graduate students to derive pleasure from learning for its own sake. Unless teachers and students don’t feel the thrill of being at the edge of a field while advancing the frontiers of knowledge the purpose of a University is not fulfilled. We should not forget that key to future advances lies in collaboration across disciplines and institution in India and abroad. It requires boldness in everything you do in the library, classroom, laboratories, theatre and athletics. Only then teachers and students bubbling with energy, curiosity and love of learning can achieve academic excellence. We have to shift the mindset from job seeking to job generation ability.

For achieving this we have to believe that learning is enhanced by participation in research, which should start right from first year students. You learn by job works assigned to you and more so if you are paid for them while you are learning. Teachers and students are to be a close knit community-the two sides of the same coin, learning. They have to facilitate and challenge each other’s thinking, doing and behaving in a relational and sharing environment. Academic feudalism has to go and a vibrant democracy of learning has to be ushered in.

Each one of the University family owes a duty to put the house of learning in order by his own hands and by the strategies and structures thought about and launched within our limited resources. Concerted thinking and concerted sincere efforts constituted the surest answer to any problem, administrative or academic. Don’t forget that student population is our greatest resource the better a University shapes it through its exciting academic programs the better it contributes.



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Pilibhit is a city and a municipal board in Pilibhit district in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. The district of Pilibhit is the north-eastern most district of Rohilkhand division which is situated in the sub Himalayan belt on the boundary of Nepal. Pilibhit has an agriculture-based economy. Industries include sugar mills, paper mills and rice and flour mills. Cottage industries are flute manufacturing and zari work. Pilibhit is Maneka Gandhi‘s constituency for Parliamentary Elections.

The origin of river Gomti a small lack situated in the puranpur tehsil region.

Pilibhit district STD code 05882
PIN 262001