(A Central University)
Srinagar (Garhwal) Uttarakhand-246174

Pauri Campus

Historical Background

Pauri campus was established as a Government Degree College in 1971 with 7 undergraduate courses (Hindi, Sanskrit, English, Economics, Political Science, Geography and History). In the year 1972, the undergraduate courses in science subjects were also sanctioned (Zoology, Botany, Chemistry, Physics and Maths). In 1973 the Government of Uttar Pradesh opened two new universities (Kumaun and Garhwal). In 1974 the college was recognized as Post graduate college by admitting PG courses in 3 subjects (Hindi, Economics and Geography). Law classes began in the campus during 1976 (LL.B.). In 1977 a new subject Home Science was started at degree level and four other subjects were elevated as postgraduate (Political Science, History, English and Maths). During the year 1977, the campus was declared as BGR Campus of Garhwal University. During 1984 to 1991, all the science subjects were allowed to teach PG courses (Zoology, Botany, Chemistry and Physics). During 2003-2006 four self financed vocational courses were started in the campus (Journalism, PG Diploma in Tourism, Yoga and LL. M.). The research work was also started in each department from time to time since 1977.

Last Updated on:22/09/2017