Trade Mark Registry U/S. 23(2), Rule 62(1) of Trade Marks Act, 1999

Medical College & Hospital
Dental College & Hospital
Allied Health Science
Indian Medicine & Homeopathy
Hospital & Super Speciality Hospital
Professional Colleges
Residential Schools
Equipments/Instruments Division
Hospitality / Tourism Consultancy
Deemed University
Private University
NRI / PIO University



The S.R.M Project Consultants will provide management information services whenever & wherever asked for at each stage of the setting up of educational institutions like Medical Colleges, Dental Colleges, Paramedical Institutions, Accreditation Proposals as well as Deemed to be University Status, Private University, etc. For example, information regarding last dates for submission of proposals, mock inspection by experts and any other information for course directions / correction while the project work is progressing.

University : Deemed / Private / NRI / PIO University

UGC: Section 3 of the UGC Act provides for declaring an Institution of Higher Education other than a University to be Deemed to be a University and when such an Institution is Deemed as University, the UGC Act applies on it as a University within the meaning of section 2 (f) of the Act. Section 3 of the UGC Act reads as follows:

The Central Government may, on the advice of the Commission, declare, by notification in the official Gazette, that any institution for higher education other than a University, shall be deemed to be a University for the purposes of this Act and, on such a declaration being made, all the provisions of this Act shall apply to such institution as if it were a university within the meaning of clause (f) of section2."
For the purpose of recognition as a university an institution should generally be:
  1. Engaged in teaching programmes and research in chosen fields of specialization which are innovative and of very high academic standards at the master's (or equivalent) and / or research levels. It should also have a greater interface with society through extra-mural, extension and field action related programmes.
  2. Making in its area of specialization, distinct contribution to the objectives of the university education system through innovative programmes and on being recognized as a university capable of further enriching the university system as well as strengthening teaching and research in the institution and particularly in its area of specialization.
  3. Competent to undertake application-oriented programmes in emerging areas, which are relevant and usefull to various development sectors and to the society in general.
  4. Institutions should have the necessary viability and a management capable of contributing to the university ideals and traditions.
  5. In case the institution is offering a degree/diploma, in professional subject(s), the academic programme(s) should be recognized by the concerned statutory Council e.g.AICTE, MCI, DCI, CCIM, CCH, INC, etc before it applies for a deemed to be university status under Section 3 of the UGC Act. This shall however not apply to de nova institutions in the emerging areas with the promise of excellence, not yet fulfilling the prescribed guidelines of the UGC whose case will be considered for a provisional status for a deemed to be university.
The Deemed to be University status would motivate the institution to offer teaching programmes in diversified areas which are highly needed by to the modern society for which there is no adequate instruction facility in colleges and Universities already in existence, e.g. A degree course in fields like Export Trade, high level Physiology and Ecology; Conservation of Forests and Protection of Wild Life, Fire Fighting and Flood Control Education, Speech Therapy and many more courses to cater to the needs of the Society and to keep pace with advancement in technology and changing scenario.
It would be possible for the Deemed to-be University to experiment with the above programmes only when it has the autonomous status to form its own syllabi for the various courses to suit the needs of the society, the scheme of examination provide sufficient funds and set up various administrative bodies to monitor the above programmes. Changes as and when they are required both in the academic and administrative sides could also be easily and effectively implemented only under a deemed-to-be university without impairing the knowledge development of students and the benefits accruing to the community at large.
Many research programmes and projects in the fields of practical importance to the Society can be undertaken in collaboration with DST, ICMR, ICSSR, UGC and also with different foreign universites and agencies.
Deemed to be university can open centers in its own area or in places other than its headquaters. For this purpose, the following parameters will be followed:-
  • The Centre(s) shall be set up with the prior approval and norms of the UGC and that of the State Government where the Centre(s) is/are proposed to be opened.
  • Deemed University can open academic Centre(s) not only anywhere n India but also in any of the foreign countries. after the due permission from the Government of India/UGC and also that of the Government of the hot country. In case of foreign campus/campuses, the remittance of funds shall be governed by the Reserve Bank of India rules.
AICTE Section 10 (t) of the AICTE Act inter alia provides that the Council may advise the Commission (UGC) for declaring any instruction imparting technical education as a Deemed University.

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