JKYT to set up world class spiritual University in Orissa

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Bhubaneswar, Jul 14 (UNI) The Jagadguru Kripal Yoga Trust (JKYT), a New Delhi-based organisation, has planned to set up a world class Yog and Spiritual Science University in Orissa.

The proposed University would be set up in Mouza Banara under Banki Tahasil of Cuttack district over 250 acres of land at an estimated cost of Rs 200 crore.

A MoU in this regard was signed between JKYT trustee and Attorney Ajit Kumar Kar and Secretary Higher Education P K Mohapatra in the presence of Higher Education Minister Samir Dey here today.

As per the MoU, the trust would pay for the land and bear all the expenses of the university, while the government would only extend the facilities like power and water supply.

The proposed university, scheduled to be completed in five years from the possession of land, had planned to impart courses in 21 disciplines.

The courses included graduation in Naturopathy, Yogic Sciences, Rural economics, Rural Development on Health, Hygiene, Homes, Human Values and Harmony in Diversity, Rural Management, Social work, Arts, Business Administration, Computer Application,Oriental learning, Science, Engineering and Yoga Therapy.

The proposed university would also impart post graduate courses in Business Administration, Oriental learning,Social work and other courses which would be added from time to time based upon the needs of the students and job opportunity.

The university would have a sports complex, recreational facilities, utility centres, mediation halls and laboratories and would develop related projects like health care system, Yogashram, Hospital, Old Age Home and cultivate medicinal plants in the alloted land.

As per the agreement the government would provide 110 acres of land in the first phase and the rest 140 acres in the second phase.

The proposed university would operate under the provisions of UGC Act of 1956 and UGC (Establishment of and Maintenance of Standards in Private Universities )Regulations, 2003.

The government has a right to cancel the lease if the land was used for the purpose other than that for which it had been sanctioned.

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