BHU Homebsp;                                                                                    Report on
MALAVIYA HERITAGE COMPLEX
New iconSUPPORT TO MAKE A DREAM PROJECT BECOME A REALITY

DOWNLOAD DOCUMENTRY ON MALVIYA HERITAGE COMPLEX

GLIMPSES OF THE PROPOSED MAHAMANA MALAVIYA HERITAGE COMPLEX AT BHU

Glimpses

MALVIYA BHAVAN

Malviya
      Bhavan

Table of Contents

 

Malviyaji (Founder)

 

The Vice-Chancellor, Banaras Hindu University constituted in June 1999, a Committee with ProfK.D. Tripathi, Member, Executive Council, Banaras Hindu University as Chairman to chalk out the programme for the establishment of Mahamana Malaviya Heritage Complex. A copy of the notification is enclosed in the Appendix - I & II.
The Committee was favoured by the august presence of Prof Y C Simhadri, Vice-Chancellor, Banaras Hindu University in the meetings held from time to time. The proceeding of the meeting held is enclosed in the Appendix - III.
The Vice-Chancellor was authorized to constitute different committees to implement the suggestions of the members. Accordingly, the Vice-Chancellor convened on August 8, 1999 a meeting. Prior to the meeting, the Vice-Chancellor along with officers of the University and some members of the committee inspected all the buildings adjacent to Malaviya Bhavan, which will form the Mahamana Malaviya  Heritage Complex. A five member committee under the chairmanship of Prof K D Tripathi was constituted with Prof S K Srivastava, ex-Malaviya Professor of Sociology, Banaras Hindu University, Prof R H Singh, Hony. Director, Malaviya Bhavan, Shri R C P Sinha, former Vice-Chancellor, Lalit Narain Mithila University, Darbhanga and former Registrar, Banaras Hindu University and Dr Vishwanath Pandey, Public Relations Officer, Banaras Hindu University to prepare a report on the complex. The committee unanimously decided that in order to formalize the opening of the Heritage Complex at the earliest, the following time frame be maintained:
1. Submission of the report of the five member Committee 14th August, 1999;
2. Announcement of Mahamana Malaviya Heritage Complex 15th August, 1999;
3. Availability of the adjacent buildings presently occupied, which form the Complex  30th August, 1999;
4. Review by the Committee of the progress  2nd September, 1999;
5. Repairs and renovations, master plan, etc.  3 months;
6. An Implementation Committee to monitor  various recommendation contained in the Report for Heritage Complex was constituted by the Vice Chancellor under his Chairmanship (Annexure IV);
7. Foundation laying and first phase opening of the Mahamana Malaviya Heritage Complex  18th December, 2000 (Birth Anniversary - Hindu Calendar).

HERITAGE COMPLEX :
Mahamana's University, the Banaras Hindu University, is no ordinary seat of learning. It was planned with a vision in view. The University is enjoined with the national sentiment. Its contributions to the nation building process are immense. The nation rejoices at its rise towards excellence and sheds tears of sorrow at its failing. Its sonorous kulgeet, composed by Dr. Shanti Swaroop Bhatnagar, portrays beautifully its serene setting, the quality of its  community, its ethos, culture and composition.
Travelling down the memory lane, one gets a vivid glimpse of the Mahamana, a visionary and in the words of the Mahatma, "a prince amongst beggars who begged not for himself but a cause dear to him" toiling with self-less devotion to translate words into deed. One sees a chain of  luminaries stewarding the University as its Vice-Chancellor. Intellectual giants inspiring the students  with their idealism and abounding knowledge and inviting them to drink deep and develop character and horizon.
Mahatma Gandhi has  rightly emphasized Malaviyaji left an imperishable memorial of himself in the Kashi Vishwa Vidyalaya .... to put it on a stable foundation to secure its revolutionary growth, will surely be the most suitable memorial that can be erected by us to the memory of the great patriot". The entire nation has been and shall be in unison with the statement of Gandhiji. The Banaras Hindu University community, nay the nation, was appreciative of the decision taken by the National Government to include BHU as an integral part of national development, after the dawn of freedom, thus recognizing the national importance of the University and the Founder's commitment to this Institution which played and would continue to play a constructive role in the educational, economic and industrial reconstruction and development of the country.
The 19th century India produced intellectual giants in every field who contributed to various facets of renaissance viz. political, cultural, literary and educational. The Indian University Act 1904 permitting establishment of Universities through private funding was a challenge to the national genius of the country.
It was a period when many charismatic personalities appeared on the socio-political horizon of the country, excelling in different areas of life and ideas, to make India politically independent and vibrant, economically productive and viable and socially a cohesive and unified force. Mahamana, Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, Rabindra Nath Tagore, Dr. Annie Besant, Lokmanya Tilak, Dr. Radhrakrishna and many others belonged to that galaxy of leaders who were dreamers, visionaries and lovers of mankind.
It is in such atmosphere that Banaras Hindu University was conceived to provide infra structural facilities and manpower capability in various disciplines of scientific and technical knowledge for accelerating the pace of industrial and technological development in an agrarian society.
The campaign launched by the Mahamana, Dr. Annie Besant, Rabindra Nath Tagore, Sir Syed brought about evolution and development of Banaras Hindu University, Aligarh Muslim University, Viswabharti which is a saga of romance and adventure. It seems the entire renaissance in India  flowered in the establishing of the Banaras Hindu University. Thanks to the dynamic personality of Malaviyajee. Gurudev the poet, wrote an essay `Hindu Vishwavidyalaya' and read it at Ripon College, Calcutta in 1911.
When one ponders deeply into this saga, romance and adventure interwoven into the country's struggle for Independence one cannot fail to note that Banaras Hindu University with its Mahamana, drew the best of minds to the BHU, a laboratory for socio-economic transformation. The Mahatma, Gurudev, Dr. Besant, Jawaharlal and many other leaders confluenced and the Mahamana constantly interacted with them on issues such as un touchability, Pashu Bali Nisedh, Science and Technology Policy and many other aspects of reforms.
The Mahamana, Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of the Nation and poet Rabindranath Tagore, fondly called Gurudev, had a common concern and that was the freedom from foreign yoke. In the context of the goal and form of education  these personalities were unbending in their views that the rich cultural heritage should form an integral component of national reconstruction. What is the best in the West has to be suited to the best of India. One cannot fail but to note that all these three leaders converged on the question of taking a holistic view of education for our country. Mahatma Gandhi was an ardent supporter of basic education right from the grass-root, which would facilitate the process of Gram Swaraj. Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore concentrated on comprehensive education with greater focus on cultural, aesthetic and rural reconstruction. Pt Madan Mohan Malaviyaji, the Founder of Banaras Hindu University, drew up a plan to provide education in different areas, to encompass scientific and technological know-how while integrating our traditional knowledge so that the interaction would evolve a unique model not only for freedom from the political bondage but also from the educational bondage. Malaviyaji, therefore, established and developed such diverse disciplines in BHU which had not even found recognition in the West. He also laid the foundation of scientific and technological education so that when India becomes free in the near future these engineers, technologists, scientists and doctors will not have to look to the West for their guidance and sustenance of economic and industrial development in free India. All these three personalities set an example of plain living, high thinking, selfless service and single minded devotion to the cause of India's freedom and nation building.
The main heritage of Banaras Hindu University is its illustrious Founder himself, who even before his passing away pleaded with the numerous luminaries not to take him out of the boundaries of Banaras Hindu University, since he does not wish to attain `moksha' (salvation) and he wanted to be reborn to complete his unfinished task in relation to the nation building in general and Banaras Hindu University in particular. The most devout Hindu of Malaviyaji's stature and convictions who practised and lived upto the great traditions of Sanatana Dharma, declined to attain moksha and preferred not to leave his residence of BHU which is located outside the sacred complex of Panch Koshi road dividing Kashi and Banaras Hindu University. The popular belief of a Hindu is that in case he dies in proper Kashi, inside the sacred complex of Panch Koshi Parikrama is likely to attain moksha. But here was a man who preferred to serve the cause of India's educational reconstruction up to the last breath of his life and beyond and he desired that if possible he would serve BHU and the country even after he was no more. Malaviyaji a four-time Congress President and a stalwart of freedom struggle, however, could not live to see the dawn of freedom on 15th August, 1947 as he passed away on 12th November, 1946.
The Malaviya Bhawan itself is a monument of national importance along with the BHU to commemorate the memory of the relentless freedom fighter, an outstanding cultural giant, a great champion of social reforms, who devoted himself to ameliorate poverty wherever he saw it, and worked for social and economic transformation. A memorial befitting the born leader endowed with a striking personality, sterling character, deep scholarship, sincere devotion to the public cause is the need of the hour. In fact everything which goes to make a man accepted, adored, loved, respected and enthusiastically followed by the nation has to be inbuilt in a suitable memorial to one who "wore the white  flower of a blameless life", always presenting a radiant smile, exuding energy, vigour and kindness, a shining example of plain living and high thinking, selfless service, an example of single minded devotion to the cause of Indian freedom and nation building. A memorial to one who was steadfast in his conviction that what is needed to re organize national life is to re organize education and in order to ensure a better future for the nation to produce leaders of the future.  A memorial to one who visualized and brought to fruition by establishing the BHU a combination of the best in the Western scientific thought and the Eastern classical wisdom.
A memorial to one who in the words of Dr. Radhakrishna "had a mission to rehabilitate the culturally displaced and spiritually uprooted people of the country". A memorial to one whose constant message to the students was "Speak the Truth, Live Truth, Think Truth. Stand up for right, love to serve your fellowmen. Love the motherland. ..... Love to give whatever you can spare". A memorial to a secularist who stated in the Imperial Legislative Council meeting on 22nd March, 1915, "The University will be a denominational institution, but not a sectarian one. It will not promote narrow sectarianism but broad liberation of mind and a religious spirit which will promote brotherly feeling between man and man .... My Lord instruction in the truth of religion whether it would be Hindu or Mussalman .... will produce men who if they are true to their religion, will be true to their God, their King and their country".  A memorial to one who stated freely that he would be a false Hindu and shall deserve less to be a Brahman if he desired that Hindus or Brahmins should have any unfair advantage as such over  Mohammedans, Christians or any other community in India and who in the words of Mirza Ismail was not 'anti-Mussalman' but simply pro-Indian first and last".
A memorial to one of the finest sons of Bharat on whose passing away Mahatma Gandhi observed 'Malaviya is immortal. Like the King of England whose death  is proclaimed by the formula 'The King is dead; Long live the King' Malaviya, the adored of Bharatvarsha is dead, Long live Malaviyajee".
Numerous Committees have from time to time during the last four decades suggested that the Malaviya Bhavan, the abode of the Founder of this University, should be restored to its original setting as it possibly existed during the life time of the Founder. In the process of restructuring it was suggested that the Malaviya Bhavan should reflect the multifaceted personality, cosmic vision of the presiding spirit of the Mahamana who nurtured the vision and the dream for continuing educational, social, economic and cultural transformation of India.
The Malaviya National Centenary Celebration Committee, headed by Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru, the then Prime Minister of India, drew up a comprehensive celebration programme of the centenary for one year and the celebrations also included the opening of the abode, i.e., the residence of the Founder of Banaras Hindu University, Pt. Madan Mohan Malaviyaji, on 28th December, 1961 so that the people of India and  abroad may be able to pay their respects and offer their reverence to Malaviyaji. The basic objective of this memorial to Malaviyaji was to enable the citizens of India and the world in general to visit the memorial and in addition to get an opportunity and to see for themselves the great living monumental contribution of the Founder in the form of different Departments, Faculties, Institutes and Colleges, and thus get first hand glimpse of the cosmic vision of the Founder.
The expectations from the Malaviya Bhavan and its surroundings, opened with fanfare in 1961, seems not to have been fully realized. There is a need to search for new vistas and frontiers which will enable us to have the glimpse of cosmic vision, where  coverages  the universe and India, his Karma Bhumi and BHU  his Tapo Bhumi. A dreamer and visionary of his stature can best thrive and live in spirit co-existing with minds that converged, such as the Mahatma, Gurudev, Dr. Besant and others. It was on this campus itself not that of the foot prints of Gandhi, Tagore and Malaviyaji could be found there are also buildings and places where they stayed during the life-time of Malaviyaji and held prayer meetings and gave discourses on cultural and political dimensions of India's freedom struggle, to the BHU community and the citizens of Varanasi at large. The Committee is distressed to note that a colossus of Malaviyaji's stature whom Mahatma Gandhi considered as his elder brother, senior statesman, an ardent freedom fighter, and Founder of Banaras Hindu University and reverentially offered his own personal tributes : 'when I came back to my country to work here, I first went to Lokmanya Tilak. I found him as lofty as the Himalayas and I thought that it was not possible to scale the unscalable height. I then went to Shri Gokhale. He appeared to me like a deep ocean and I found that it was not possible for me to enter so deep. So I came back and approached Malaviyaji. He seemed to me as crystal like as the stream, and I have decided to have ablution in the sacred stream' has not been suitably projected by the Nation. Can there be a nobler son fit for this honour?
It is with this end in view that Mahamana Malaviya Heritage Complex has been announced. This complex shall be a National and International centre for grappling with issues and problems, challenges and perspectives, horizons and heights for the new millennium. It shall be a forum for focussing upon the rich cultural heritage of India and the entire humanity and transmit message for the peaceful development of mankind on the basic principles of Truth and Non-Violence. The message of our ancient thinkers, saints and seers, and particularly Mahatma Gandhi in the 20th Century, who inspired freedom fighters of India and all over the world has to be extended to all the frontiers of the world which is facing the danger of complete and partial annihilation from nuclear holocaust on the one hand and technological and scientific disaster on the other. The Malaviya Complex and its all encompassing activities shall serve as a Centre of Light to encourage stewards of the Banaras Hindu University and provide constantly innovative thoughts and ideas to inspire the entire community to aspire to reach heights of learning, human resource development that makes a better being.
In order to project greater clarity in relation to the heritage complex its emphasis that the focus and thrust of the complex is intended to be :
(i) Malaviya and his Times(ii) The National Movement
(iii) Towards National Reconstruction.
On the solid foundation of moral, philosophical and cultural heritage of India, Malaviya Ji reconstructed and built the scientific technological and educational edifice in which the student shall take dip in the holy waters of ancient knowledge on the one hand and the best in scientific techno-scientific  knowledge of the West on the other, to be fully equipped for the new challenges which an independent India will usher in.
This complex is proposed to be the pilgrim centre for the sons and grandsons of the alumni, fortunate to have heard from their fathers or grand fathers about their nostalgic reminiscences of their stay under Mahamana's benign influence and partake the best in terms of education from great masters, attracted by the Mahamana whose spirit and the personality inspired the kul of the gurukul to drink deep of the fountain of knowledge and be ambassadors of the Mahamana and his creation, Banaras Hindu University.



AIMS & OBJECTIVES OF MAHAMANA MALAVIYA HERITAGE COMPLEX

In context of the focus and thrust spelt out in the earlier pages the aims and objectives of the Complex will be as follows:
1. To preserve, promote and develop the cultural ethos of ancient thought based on the concept of the universal brotherhood  (Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam) as cherished by Mahamana Malaviya ji.
2. To organize lectures, seminars and workshop etc. in order to inculcate the values of sacrifice and service among the students, teachers and the people of India.
3. To organize all the Memorial Lectures of the University under the auspices of the Complex.
4. To set up a Study Centre within the ambit of the complex with the following programmes:
(a) to study and survey the problems of the Dalits and oppressed to create social and academic awareness. (b) to collect and publish research material in relation to Malaviya ji and important persons contributing to Malaviya ji's ideas.
5. To establish different Chapters of Malaviya Heritage in all the large cities in India and abroad through our alumni to enable them to spread the message of Malaviyaji.
6. To perform in relation to the Heritage Complex all such functions and  all such acts as may be necessary for the proper carrying out of the aims and objectives.
In order to project Malaviyaji, the guiding spirit through the Mahamana Heritage Complex, it is necessary to enumerate the restructuring, academic activities, ethos etc. of the entire complex viz. Malaviya Bhavan, Gandhi Bhavan, Tagore Bhavan and Dr. Annie Besant Bhavan. The schedule of activities in a calendar year to be formulated by the Governing Council which will contribute to the grand scheme of education as visualized by Mahamana to promote educational reconstruction for the development of the nation in the social, economic and moral spheres.

1. MALAVIYA BHAVAN

The Bhavan shall be the main nucleus of the  Complex and shall be developed as the LIGHT HOUSE to spread beacon light from Kashi, which had radiated on the spiritual horizons in the past from the very dawn of civilization. From the Malaviya Bhavan will flow streams of knowledge and light for the cross fertilization of all frontiers of knowledge to illumine India into a new awakening. The Complex will be a constant heraldar of the message of universal brotherhood (Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam).
The Malaviya Bhavan shall be the inspirational centre for the Complex. Sacred and sacrosanct as it has been, the Bhavan shall for future generations be the guiding star not only for India but for the world at large, because the Mahamana stood for real moral regeneration and spiritual upliftment of mankind.
(a) The activities of Malaviya Bhavan shall be organized on the basis of the recommendations of the Centenary Committee headed by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. (b) Display statements about Mahamana by personalities of India and abroad.
(c) Restoration of the Malaviya Bhavan to perpetuate the living memory of Malaviyaji in the context of its original setting and ethos  obtained while he used it as his abode.
(d) The external setting to be restored in all its working details of horticulture and floriculture as was dear to the Founder himself; and,
(e) Collection of personal belongings, letters, photographs etc. and their proper display in galleries as also vehicle (if any), furniture and other items in his use.
In the process of restoration one should not lose sight of projecting the religious and value systems which the Mahamana tried to protect and conserve as is exemplified by the current activities such as Gita lectures, religious and moral discourse, yoga etc. etc:-
(i) The Bhavan shall continue to organize Gita Lectures, Lectures on Indian Philosophy and Scriptures dear to Mahamana heart such as Vedas,  Mahabhartam and  Shrimada Bhagavatam, etc. The programme of value studies and the Centre for Yoga will function as usual;
(ii) To revive the Malaviya Adhyayana Sansthana;
(iii) To establish Malaviya Centre for Social Action and Research;
(iv) To publish the speeches, writings and letters of Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya and letters received by him;
(v) To prepare audio-visual materials based on speeches, reminiscences;
(vi) To prepare cassettes of Bhjans / Slokas and Spiritual Lectures dear to him;
(vii)To prepare material based on Malaviyaji's life and contribution to the freedom movement, eradication of untouchability, illiteracy, poverty and the grand saga of the establishment of BHU. His contribution to Hindi as the national language, propagation of Sanskrit, indigenous medicine, Sanatana Dharma, preservation of the best of the East etc. so that the Bhavan - Complex  serve as Apex as well as referral Centre for the nation and the world at large;
(viii)To organize exhibition and set up galleries on Malaviyaji and his times.
(ix) To promote all such activities as are in consonance with the goals and objectives of the great visionary;

2. GANDHI MEMORIAL  (Sunderam Lodge)

(i) To develop the Gandhi Bhavan as centre for studies in Peace and Non-Violence;
(ii) To display what Gandhiji said about Mahamana and what the world had to say about Gandhiji;
(iii) Galleries to display correspondence, linkages between Mahamana and Gandhiji;
(iv) Display of Paintings and Photographs;
(v) Collection of Gandhiana, C.D. Rom, video films and Audio Cassettes;
(vi) To restructure the prayer platform used by Gandhiji and also restructuring of the Bhavan, to provide for Guest House, Prayer Hall, Exhibition Hall, Seminar Space and Offices to blend with Gandhian simplicity and ethos;
(vii)Organization of Lectures, Seminars/Workshop etc.

3. THE TAGORE MEMORIAL

(i) The Tagore Bhavan is intended to be developed as a Regional Centre to store material relating to the cultural life of Bengal in Gurudev's times and national movement with reference to literature, art movement and folk culture.
(ii) Sayings and statements of Gurudev to reflect convergence;
(iii) To arrange for meets on Ravindra Sangeet, Lectures, Seminars and Workshop;
(iv) Collection of Publication on Tagore;
(v) Restructuring of the Bhavan to provide for seminar/ workshop space;

4. Dr. ANNIE BESANT MEMORIAL (Dr. S.C. Dey House)

(i) To develop Annie Besant Bhavan as a Centre for Studies in Indian Philosophy, Theosophy and Gender Studies etc. (ii) To display the contribution of Dr. Annie Besant in the movement launched by Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya for the establishment of BHU through photographs, letters and writings;
(iii) Publication of works of Dr. Annie Besant and contribution to education and moral regeneration.
(iv) Conference / Seminar facilities;
(v) Restructuring to provide accommodation for publication unit of Heritage Complex, Main-Library of Complex, Office and Conference and Seminar facilities.

COMMON FACILITY :

(i) Construction of an air-conditioned auditorium with a seating capacity of 300.
(ii) Development of kutirs, pond, paths, landscape, horticulture, floriculture and natural fencing.


THE VISION :

Since the Mahamana Heritage Complex is visualized as the nerve centre for conservation of the best in our culture and the role of the University as a pace setter in the global context and centre for pilgrimage of the admirers of BHU, the Alumni and their relatives, provision of Light and Sound facilities be made to depict the evolution of the University, the saga and romance of the unique collection drive (Mahamana as Prince of Beggar), the great Masters who shaped the University and the quality of its education, the freedom movement, the gurukul concept and design of its Master Plan, the hermitage scenario of its environment, plants, horticulture / floriculture (which Dr. Randhawa in his book describes as the best in the country) cross fertilization of disciplines, the potential for human resource development.
The visitors to the complex should be conducted to the open air theatre/auditorium to be exposed to the Sound and Light as also the focus of the Mahamana Heritage Complex which will be the Pilgrim Centre for India and the entire world.
What we have in view is the creation of a Corpus by the Government of India and voluntary donations from India and abroad, particularly from our distinguished and committed alumni so that the Mahamana Complex functions as an Autonomous Centre under a Governing Council within the frame work of BHU Acts and Statutes. The aims and objectives of the Mahamana Malaviya Heritage Complex reflect the basic parameters of Mahatma's, Mahamana's, Gurudev's and Dr Mrs Annie Besant's views and philosophies, canvas and perspectives, goals and means for the basic concern for the welfare of the mankind in general and Indian people in particular.


ORGANIZATION: STRUCTURE:

There shall be Governing Council and Board of Management for the Heritage Complex. The Governing Council shall be the chief policy making body and its function shall be to formulate and finalise the policies on long term and short term basis and further to give directions on any aspects of aims and objectives.
The Governing Council shall consist of the following namely:

1.  The Vice Chancellor, BHU                                        ... Chairman

2.  The Vice Chairman to be nominated by the Vice Chancellor

3.  Five eminent persons drawn from various fields for the marked contribution in academic and professional
 areas to be nominated by the Vice Chancellor.

4.  Seven distinguished alumni from India and abroad  to be nominated by the Vice Chancellor.

5.  Five nominees of the Vice Chancellor from amongst those who have contributed significantly for the growth and development of the Banaras Hindu University/Founding/apex Committee constituted for the preparation of the scheme for the establishment of Mahamana Malaviya Heritage Complex.

6.  Three Members nominated  by the Executive Council of the University.

7.  The Directors of the Institutes.

8.  The Deans of Faculties.

9.   Two Senior most  Professor of the University.

10. Two senior most Reader of the University.

11. Two senior most Lecturer of the University.

12. The Principal MMV, BHU.

13. The Registrar, BHU.

14. The Finance Officer, BHU.

15. The Dean of Students, BHU.

16.  The Chief Proctor, BHU.

17. The Honorary Director of the Sports Board, BHU.

18. The Honorary Director of MMHC, BHU.

The Members shall have a tenure of three years provided that Ex-Officio Members shall hold office so long as they hold the position.


A.  BOARD OF MANAGEMENT

The Board of Management shall consist of the following members:

1)  The Vice Chancellor, BHU                                         ...Chairman

2)  The Vice Chairman to be nominated by the Vice Chancellor.

3)  Two Members to be nominated by the Governing Coucnil of the University.

4)  Two Members to be nominated by the Executive Council of tghe University.

5)  Three nominees  of the Vice Chancellor from amongst the members of the Founding/Apex Committee constituted for the preparation for the scheme for the establishment of Mahamana Malaviya Heritage Complex.

6)  Three members from the alumni to be nominated by the Vice Chancellor.

7)  Two Director of the Institutes  of the University.

8)  Three Deans of the Faculty of the University.

9)  The Registrar, BHU.

10)  The Finance Officer, BHU.

11)  The Chief Proctor, BHU.

12)  The Public Relations Officer, BHU.

13)  The Honorary Director of MMHC.

14)  The Executive Director of MMHC-  Member Secretary.

The Members shall have a tenure of three years provided that Ex- Officio Members shall hold office so long as they hold the position.


B.   The Board of Management shall be the executive body of the Heritage Complex and hold the charge of the Management and Administration, decide ways and means to  carry out the policy assigned by the Governing Council from time to time.

C.    The Board of Management shall constitute the following Committees:

(i) Standing Committee -  for monitoring programmes, preparation 0of projects, finance and resource mobilization, upkeep and such other activities as shall promote the objective of he Complex.

(ii) Academic & Research Committee-  for suggesting  programmes of  acadmeic, research and creative activities.

(iii) Museum Committee- for setting up of museums in Malaviya Bhavan and other memorial.

These provisions come into force with immediate effect.



The Board of Management shall be the Executive Body of the HERITAGE COMPLEX and hold the charge of the Management and Administration, decide ways and means to carry out the policy assigned by the Governing Council from time to time.
The Board of Management shall constitute the following Committees:
(i) Programme Committee
(ii) Academic and Research Committee
(iii) Museum Committee
(iv) Administrative Committee
The Academic and Research Committee can invite and confer honourary fellowship.

MEMBERS:

There shall be the following types of members for the Mahamana Malaviya Heritage Complex:
1. Founder Members
2. Life Members Rs. 2,000/-
3. Institutional Members Rs. 50,000/-
4. Hony. Members Conferment
5. Hony. Fellows Conferment
The Committee emphasises that the Mahamana Malaviya Heritage Complex has necessarily to function within the framework of the BHU Acts & Statutes Section 10 & 11. Further under the provision of Section 15 (XVIII) and section 18 (IV), (X) and (XXV) the Executive Council and the Academic Council can delegate and permit autonomy.
The Committee also recommends that there should be two types of fund:
(i) Corpus Fund, University grant, out agencies and donations.
(ii) Maintenance grant
Since a head of account under Special Fund is to be created in the name of MMHC, it is recommended that the seed money presently available be augmented through a well designed collection drive locally, nationally and internationally so that the special fund account has sufficient corpus to provide adequate interest to permit the complex to be self-viable and support some of the programmes undertaken on the direction of the Governing Council and the Board of Management.
The Committee reiterates again that this fund be not re-appropriated for any other activities than to meet the aims and objectives of the complex.
The thrust of the recommendation is that the research and academic programme taken up by the complex should be within the scope and ambit and in consonance with the objective as spelt out in the report. Both research and academic programme in the complex be of a level which would serve as becon light to the entire nation. It is emphasized that the academic programme of the complex will not lead to any degree/diploma of the University but shall function as an institution of research for specialized studies/special centre.
It is the pious hope of the members that the Mahamana Malaviya Heritage Complex shall develop as a zone of serenity and peace and radiate its cosmic vision to serve as the LIGHT HOUSE to throw celestial  light to steer the present and future generations to develop into living embodiment of enlightenment towards a purposeful life.
The Committee is of the view that in order to implement the recommendations contained in the report, it is necessary that the Vice-Chancellor decides ways and means to speedily implement the spirit in which these recommendations have been made.
MEMBERS:
(i) Prof K D Tripathi
(ii) Shri R C P Sinha
(iii)  Prof S K Srivastava
(iv) Prof R H Singh
(v) Dr V N Pandey
(vi)
BANARAS HINDU UNIVERSITY
Office of the Registrar
Varanasi - 221 005
June 9, 1999

NOTIFICATION

At a meeting of the Senior Citizens of Varanasi held on 6-6-99, the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Y. C. Simhadri has, as a mark of reverence and tribute to the cosmic vision of Mahamana Pt. Madan Mohan Malaviya, announced  to establish the Mahamana Malaviya Heritage Complex at the Malaviya Bhavan in BHU which will have different sections consisting of picture gallery of Mahamana's life and his belonging, works, letters, speeches, addresses in different convocations and the Round Table Conference in London.
In this connection, the Vice-Chancellor has been pleased to constitute a Committee consisting of the following to calk out the programmes. The Committee shall submit its report within a month to finalize the future course of action.
1. Prof. K. D. Tripathi, Member, Executive Council, BHU. Chairman
2. Prof. S. Rinpoche, Director, Central Institute of Higher Member
Tibetan Studies, Sarnath, Varanasi.
3. Vaidya  Shiva Kumar Shastri, Sudia, Bulanala, Varanasi.       Member
4. Mr. Justice Giridhar Malaviya, Executive Chairman, Member
U.P. State Legal Service Authority, III Floor Jawahar
Bhawan Annexe, Lucknow - 226001
5. Prof. R. P. Rastogi, 295/281, Tudiaganj, Ashartbad, Member
Lucknow.
6. Prof. Mandan Mishra, C-73, Freedom Fighters Colony,          Member
Near IGNOU, Neb Sarai, New Delhi-68
7. Shri Radha Raman, Raman Nivas, Mehmoorganj, Varanasi. Member
8. Shri Raj Krishna Das, Pandeypur, Varanasi Member
9. Shri Ajit Singh Sabbarwal, 24, Gandhinagar, Sigra, Varanasi. Member
10. Shri Ashok Gupta, A-1, Industrial Estate, Varanasi. Member
11. Shri Habidullah, C/o Mrs. Shamim Akhtar, Meera Member
Colony, BHU
12. Shri Virendra Gupta, Editor, 'Dainik Jagaran' Member
Andhara Pul, Varanasi.
13. Prof. S. K. Srivastava, Satya Sadan, Nand Nagar Member
Colony ITI Road, Varanasi.
14. Shri R. C. P. Sinha, New F/5, Jodhpur Colony, BHU. Member
15. Dr. Bhanu Shankar Mehta, B. 37/67, Birdopur, Varanasi. Member
16. Prof. Ram Harsh Singh, Hony  Director, Malaviya Bhawan. Member
17. Prof. Dipak Malik, Faculty of Commerce, BHU. Member
18. Prof. Durg Singh Cahuhan, Director, Kamala Nehru Member
Institute of Technology, Sultanpur.
19. Prof. S. K. Srivastava, Deptt. of Electronics Engg., IT BHU. Member
20. Smt. Leela Sharma, near Mahendravi Lodge, Sankat Member
Mochan, Varanasi.
21. Shri Siya Ram Maitreya, Shanti Vihar, in front of Central Member
Jail, Shivapur, Varanasi.
22. Director, Bharat Kala Bhavan. Member
23. The Finance Officer. Member
24. The Registrar, BHU. Member
The Public Relations Officer, BHU will function as he Secretary of the Committee.

DY. REGISTRAR (GAD)
Dated : June 9, 1999

SAD/Misc. /102/ 6789
Copy to the following for information and necessary action -
The Members concerned.
The Public  Relations Officer, BHU.
The Dy. Registrar & Secretary to Vice-Chanceller, BHU.
The P. S. to the Registrar, BHU.

DY. REGISTRAR (GAD)
BANARAS HINDU UNIVERSITY
Office of the Registrar
Varanasi - 221 005


NOTIFICATION

This is  regarding the notification No. R/GAD/Misc/102, dated June 9, 1999 constituting a Committee to chalk out the programmes to establish the Mahamana Heritage Complex at the Malaviya Bhawan in BHU. In this connection the Vice-Chancellor has vide his orders dated 18 June, 1999 added following two terms of reference in addition to what has earlier been notified vide notification referred to above :-
"(i) the manner in which the left over phase of the Swatantrata Bhawan could be completed as also the unimplemented recommedations of the UGC regarding stage lighting, murals, sound and light etc.
(ii) commencement of construction of the Bharat Bhavan, Foundation stone of which was laid as part of the Platinum Jubilee Project in 1992."
This is for information and necessary action to all concerned please.

DY.REGISTRAR (GAD)


R/GAD/Misc./102/7773    Dated June 22, 1999.
COPY to the following for information and necessary action please.
1. Prof. K. D. Tripathi. Member, Executive Council and Chairman of the Committee for Establishment of Mahamana Heritage Complex. BHU.
2. Prof. S. Rinpoche. Director, Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies Sarnath Varanasi.
3.  Vaidya Pt.  Shiva Kumar Shastri, Sudia, Bulanala, Varanasi.
4. Mr. Justice Giridhar Malaviya, Executive Chairman, U.P. State Legal Service Authority, III Floor Jawhar Bhawan Annexe, Lucknow - 226001
5. Prof. R. P. Rastogi, 295/281, Tudiaganj, Ashartbad, Lucknow.
6. Prof. Mandan Mishra, C-73, Freedom Fighters Colony, Near IGNOU,
Neb Sarai, New Delhi-110068
7. Shri Radha Raman, Raman Nivas, Mehmoorganj, Varanasi.
8. Shri Raj Krishna Das, Pandeypur, Varanasi
9. Shri Ajit Singh Sabbarwal, 24, Gandhinagar, Sigra, Varanasi.
10.Shri Ashok Gupta, A-1, Industrial Estate, Varanasi.
11.Shri Habibullah, C/o Mrs. Shamim Akhtar, Meera Colony, BHU
12.Shri Virendra Gupta, Editor, 'Dainik Jagaran', Andhra Pul, Varanasi.
13. Prof. S. K. Srivastava, Satya Sadan, Nand Nagar Colony ITI Road, Varanasi.
14. Shri R. C. P. Sinha, New F/5, Jodhpur Colony, BHU.
15. Dr. Bhanu Shankar Mehta, B. 37/67, Birdopur, Varanasi.
16. Prof. Ram Harsh Singh, Hony. Director, Malaviya Bhawan.
17. Prof. Dipak Malik, Faculty of Commerce, BHU.
18. Prof. Durg Singh Cahuhan, Director, Kamala Nehru Institute of
Technology, Sultanpur.
19. Prof. S. K. Srivastava, Deptt. of Electronics Engg., IT, BHU.
20. Smt. Leela Sharma, near Mahendravi Lodge, Sankat Mochan, Varanasi.
21. Shri Siya Ram Maitreya, Shanti Vihar, in front of Central Jail, Shivapur,
Varanasi.
22. Director, Bharat Kala Bhavan.
23. The Finance Officer.
24. The Registrar, BHU.
25. The Public Relations Officer. Secretary of the Committee for Establishment of Mahamana Heritage Complex.
26. The Dy. Registrar & Secreary to the Vice-Chancellor, BHU.
27. The P. S. to the Registrar, BHU


DY.REGISTRAR (GAD)
Vice-Chancellor's remarks in the meeting of Mahamana Heritage Complex Committee 
July 13, 1997 at 6.00 P.M.



Dr Viswanath Pandey
Public Relations officer &Officer on Special Duty(Publications)
Banaras Hindu University
Varanasi-221005 India
Ph +91-542-368598 307260

 
SAD/Misc. /102/ 6789
Copy to the following for information and necessary action -
The Members concerned.
The Public  Relations Officer, BHU.
The Dy. Registrar & Secretary to Vice-Chanceller, BHU.
The P. S. to the Registrar, BHU.

DY. REGISTRAR (GAD)
BANARAS HINDU UNIVERSITY
Office of the Registrar
Varanasi - 221 005

NOTIFICATION
This is  regarding the notification No. R/GAD/Misc/102, dated June 9, 1999 constituting a Committee to chalk out the programmes to establish the Mahamana Heritage Complex at the Malaviya Bhawan in BHU. In this connection the Vice-Chancellor has vide his orders dated 18 June, 1999 added following two terms of reference in addition to what has earlier been notified vide notification referred to above :-
"(i) the manner in which the left over phase of the Swatantrata Bhawan could be completed as also the unimplemented recommedations of the UGC regarding stage lighting, murals, sound and light etc.
(ii) commencement of construction of the Bharat Bhavan, Foundation stone of which was laid as part of the Platinum Jubilee Project in 1992."
This is for information and necessary action to all concerned please.

DY.REGISTRAR (GAD)


R/GAD/Misc./102/7773    Dated June 22, 1999.
COPY to the following for information and necessary action please.
1. Prof. K. D. Tripathi. Member, Executive Council and Chairman of the Committee for Establishment of Mahamana Heritage Complex. BHU.
2. Prof. S. Rinpoche. Director, Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies Sarnath Varanasi.
3.  Vaidya Pt.  Shiva Kumar Shastri, Sudia, Bulanala, Varanasi.
4. Mr. Justice Giridhar Malaviya, Executive Chairman, U.P. State Legal Service Authority, III Floor Jawhar Bhawan Annexe, Lucknow - 226001
5. Prof. R. P. Rastogi, 295/281, Tudiaganj, Ashartbad, Lucknow.
6. Prof. Mandan Mishra, C-73, Freedom Fighters Colony, Near IGNOU,
Neb Sarai, New Delhi-110068
7. Shri Radha Raman, Raman Nivas, Mehmoorganj, Varanasi.
8. Shri Raj Krishna Das, Pandeypur, Varanasi
9. Shri Ajit Singh Sabbarwal, 24, Gandhinagar, Sigra, Varanasi.
10.Shri Ashok Gupta, A-1, Industrial Estate, Varanasi.
11.Shri Habibullah, C/o Mrs. Shamim Akhtar, Meera Colony, BHU
12.Shri Virendra Gupta, Editor, 'Dainik Jagaran', Andhra Pul, Varanasi.
13. Prof. S. K. Srivastava, Satya Sadan, Nand Nagar Colony ITI Road, Varanasi.
14. Shri R. C. P. Sinha, New F/5, Jodhpur Colony, BHU.
15. Dr. Bhanu Shankar Mehta, B. 37/67, Birdopur, Varanasi.
16. Prof. Ram Harsh Singh, Hony. Director, Malaviya Bhawan.
17. Prof. Dipak Malik, Faculty of Commerce, BHU.
18. Prof. Durg Singh Cahuhan, Director, Kamala Nehru Institute of
Technology, Sultanpur.
19. Prof. S. K. Srivastava, Deptt. of Electronics Engg., IT, BHU.
20. Smt. Leela Sharma, near Mahendravi Lodge, Sankat Mochan, Varanasi.
21. Shri Siya Ram Maitreya, Shanti Vihar, in front of Central Jail, Shivapur,
Varanasi.
22. Director, Bharat Kala Bhavan.
23. The Finance Officer.
24. The Registrar, BHU.
25. The Public Relations Officer. Secretary of the Committee for Establishment of Mahamana Heritage Complex.
26. The Dy. Registrar & Secreary to the Vice-Chancellor, BHU.
27. The P. S. to the Registrar, BHU


DY.REGISTRAR (GAD)
Vice-Chancellor's remarks in the meeting of Mahamana Heritage Complex Committee 
July 13, 1997 at 6.00 P.M.

19th Century India produced intellectual giants in every field who contributed to three types of renaissance viz., political, cultural, and literary and educational.
Banaras Hindu University established during this period of freedom struggle and ongoing different types of renaissance, represented the unique contributions in the history of world and particularly of India, Gandhi leading political liberation (freedom) movement, Tagore leading in the field of culture and literature and Malaviya in the field of educational re-construction. Of course several political leaders and builders of modern India were also associated with these three basic currents. It was on this campus itself where not only remainants of the foot prints of Gandhi, Tagore and Malaviyaji's could be found but there are also certain buildings and places where they have stayed during lifetime of Malaviayji and gave religious, cultural and political lectures to the members of BHU community and people at large. We, therefore, propose to perpetuate these cultural heritages as it is and establish the Mahamana Heritage Complex in the University. It is a happy coincidence that all these places and building are adjoining Malaviya Bhawan and therefore this Complex can easily be earmarked for different cultural, educational and religious activities. It is proposed that Malaviya Bhawan will have a permanent collection of photographs, paintings, letters, recorded speeches of Pt. Malaviyaji. Similarly, Gandhi Memorial (freedom house) will have Gandhiji's portrait and other activities illustrated by photographs and other materials. Similarly, Tagore Memorial will have Tagore's writings and will offer Ravindra Sangeet in a planned manner. It may also have a research centre to co-ordinate different cultural and other activities and make arrangements of sound and light programme connected with Malaviyaji, Gandhi, Tagore and others. We may also think in terms of having a reception centre at the main gate where exhibition highlighting University facets, audio-video presentations on the founder and achievements of BHU etc. could be gathered.
The Committee may think that how best we can do all this and also how funding can be mobilized for the purpose.
MAHAMANA HERITAGE COMPLEX COMMITTEE
BANARAS HINDU UNIVERSITY
VARANASI - 221 005

Dated : 27th July, 1999

First meeting of the Mahamana Heritage Complex Committee was held in the Committee Room No. 1 of the Central Registry on 13th July 1999 at 6.00 P.M. The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Y. C. Simhadri, gave his inaugural remarks in the meeting, outlined the objectives to form this Committee, and solicited suggestions from senior citizens/learned persons of Varanasi and BHU :
Following members were present :
1. Prof. K. D. Tripathi, Member, Executive Council, BHU Chairman
2. Prof. S. Rinpoche Member
3. Shri Radha Raman Member
4. Shri Raj Krishna Das Member
5. Shri Ajit Singh Sabbarwal Member
6. Prof. S. K. Srivastava Member
7. Shri R. C. P. Sinha Member
8. Dr. Bhanu Shankar Mehta Member
9. Prof. Ram Harsh Singh Member
10. Prof. Dipak Malik Member
11. Smt. Leela Sharma Member
12. Dr. T. K. Biswas, (in place of Director, BKB) Member
13. Prof. K. M. Pandey, Registrar Member
14. Shri R. S. Dwivedi, Finance Officer Member
15. Dr. Vishwanath Pandey, Public Relations Officer Secretary


At the outset the Chairman of the Committee, Prof. K. D. Tripathi welcomed the members and outlined the purpose of the Committee constituted by the Vice-Chancellor which has been circulated vide Notification No. R/GAD/Misc./102 dated June 9, 1999.
In addition to the objectives outlined, the Vice-Chancellor has also referred to the following matters for consideration by the committee.
"The manner in which the left over phase of the Swatantrata Bhavan could be completed as also the unimplemented recommendations of the UGC regarding stage lighting, murals, sound and light etc. (ii) commencement of construction of the Bharat Bhavan, foundation stone of which was laid as part of the Platinum Jubilee project in 1992."
Professor Tripathi then invited the Vice-Chancellor to address the committee. The copy of the address is enclosed.
The Chairman of the Committee Prof. Tripathi in his opening remarks emphasised to perpetuate the memory of our great founder Mahamana Pandit Madan Mohan. He stressed for need of Malaviyji, his ideology and cosmic vision in a proper memorabilia. With this end in view the Committee has been constituted consisting not only members of BHU but also senior citizens of Varanasi. He also added that we have also to perpetuate the memories of Mahatma Gandhi and Gurudeva Ravindra Nath Tagore who have blessed this campus and these two with their august presence have established relationship with this university, which ultimately blossomed into different phases of the Indian Renaissance of political, cultural, literary and educational dimensions. During the discussion, Shri R. C. P. Sinha, Prof. R. H. Singh, Prof. S. K. Srivastava, Shri Raj Krishna Das, Dr. T. K. Biswas, Prof. Deepak Malik, Shri Radha Ramanji, Prof. S. Rinpoche, Shri A. S. Sabarwal, Dr. B. S. Mehta, Smt. Leela Sharma, Shri R. S. Dwivedi expressed their views.
Following points have emerged out of this discussion :
1. The adjacent houses in the vicinity of Malaviya Bhavan be included in the Malaviya Bhavan Heritage Complex immediately.
2. In one of the houses where Gurudeva Ravindranath Tagore stayed (Dr. Dey's House) be converted into Tagore's memorabilia with a committee room and the second house on the right side of the Malaviya Bhavan may be converted into a guest house and accommodate the present library of Malaviya Bhavan.
3. Sundaram Lodge must also be included in the Complex to perpetuate the memory of Mahatma Gandhi who was a close associate of Mahamana  and visited BHU on seventeen occasions.
It was pointed out that the present Malaviya Bhavan will have a permanent gallery of photographs, painting, letters, recorded speeches of Mahamanaji. The offer was also made to transfer the current gallery of Mahamanaji from Bharat Kala Bhavan to Malaviya Bhavan.  It was also suggested to convert the present meeting hall into a permanant small auditorium for various religious and social congregations. For the purpose, a comprehensive plan will be prepared by the Committee. Gandhi Bhavan will have a gallery of Gandhiji and the illustrious freedom fighters of India and BHU.
Similarly, Tagore Bhavan will have Tagore writings and will offer Ravindra Sangeet. This complex will have a Research Centre (Malaviya Centre of Action Research). In addition, the Heritage Complex will organise cultural and other activites and make arrangements for sound and light programme, connected with Malaviyaji, Gandhiji and Gurudeva and other leaders of freedom movement.
4. It was suggested by Hon. Director Prof. R. H. Singh of Malaviya Bhavan to erect Malaviya Pillar in one of the front lawns of Malaviya Bhavan.
5. The Committee noted that the Executive Council of the BHU has already created a Publication Cell to publish complete works of Mahamanaji. The Cell should be revived and the first two or three volumes must be published before 2000 A.D.
6. It was also suggested that a Reception / Information Centre of BHU be set up at the main gate as an extension of Public Relations which will display various facets of the University, have permanent arrangement to project the overall image of the University through Audio Visual means to the vistions   and to provided information to outsiders.
7. The Committee may prepare a master plan for short and long term implementation agenda. The master plan will be prepared by the Committee with the help of experts with a specific time frame.
8. It was suggested that the Complex be called as the Mahamana Malaviya Heritage Complex .
9. Finally, the Committee resolved to authorize the Vice-Chancellor to constitute various sub-committees to implement the above suggestions and to take concrete steps to raise funds for the Complex.
While concluding, the Chairman thanked the Vice-Chancellor to constitute various sub-committees for their valuable suggestions with the hope that we will have a sense of commitment and fulfillment for completing the project, so that it can be implemented before the turn of the century.


(sd/- K. D. Tripathi)
Dr. VISHWANATH PANDEY Prof. K. D. TRIPATHI
SECRETARY CHAIRMAN
MEETING OF THE  MAHAMANA HERITAGE
COMPLEX COMMITTEE
BANARAS HINDU UNIVERSITY
CENTRAL OFFICE
July 13, 1999

Malaviya Bhawan, the abode of the founder of Banaras Hindu University, Mahamana Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya, is presently functioning as a memorial of the Founder and an a institution of Malavian studies. It aims to collect, codify, preserve and study the personal effects of Malaviyaji and to conduct studies of his life and works. It also aims to organize studies and activities on themes dear to Mahamana such as value studies, moral education, yoga, meditation etc. Malaviya Bhavan complex functions under the overall control of its Hony. Director with following units :
1. Geeta Smiti
2. Yoga Sadhana Kendra
3. Centre for Value Studies
4. Other Activities Facilities
i. Gita Yoga Library
ii. Mahamana Memorial Sangrahalaya
iii. Mahamana Assembly Hall
iv. Bala-Krida Kendra and Children's Library
The committee may consider the following points :
1. Re-organisation of present Complex of Malaviya Bhavan.
2. Re-validation of Mahamana Pt. Madan Mohan Malaviya Memorial consisting of museum, display of Mahamana's letter, speeches etc., Library 
and committee room.
3. Publication of complete works of Pt. Madan Mohan Malaviyaji  by the University
4. Production of Audio-visual material on Founder and BHU and sound and light show in Malaviya Bhawan Complex.
5. Provision of a Guest House for researcheres and alumni  in  Malaviya Bhavan Complex
6. Gandhi Bhavan and Tagore Bhavan. 7. Reception office at the main gate.
8. Constitution of Implementation Committee.
9. Any other suggestion.
Similarly, the Committee has been referred to look into the matters regarding second phase of Swatantrata Bhavan 
  and    construction   of    Bharat Bhavan in the campus. The agenda item on these two subjects will be placed in the next meeting.


BANARAS HINDU UNIVERSITY
OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR (ADMINISTRATION)
VARANASI - 221 005

Date : 30-8-1999


NOTIFICATION

The Vice-Chancellor has been pleased to approve an implementation committee, consisting of the following to speedily implement the   various suggestions submitted by a five member committee constituted under the chairmanship of Prof. K. D. Tripathi in connection with preparation of a report for establishment of the Mahamana Heritage Complex at the Malaviya Bhavan, B.H.U. :

1. Prof. Y. C. Simhadri,  Chairman
  Vice-Chancellor
2. Shri R. C. P. Sinha,  Vice-Chariman
  Ex-Registrar, BHU.
3. Prof. K. D. Tripathi, Member
  Member, Executive Council.
4. Prof. S. K. Srivastav, Member
  Retd. Malaviya Professor.
5. Vaidya Pt. Shiv Kumar Shastri, Member
Sudia, Varanasi.
6. Prof. R. H. Singh, Member
Hon. Director, Malaviya Bhavan.
7. Registrar, B. H. U., Member
8. Finance Officer, B.H.U., Member
9. Public Relations Officer,  Member Secretary
B.H.U.
The Committee will monitor the implementation of various suggestions and will be in existence till board of Management of Mahaman Heritage Complex is constituted.

K. M. Pandey
Registrar



No. R/GAD/Misc/102/MSHC/     of date :

Copy forwarded for information and necessary action to
1. All the Members concerned.
2. The Dy. Registrar and Secretary to the Vice-Chancellor, BHU.
3. The P. S. to the Registrar, BHU.
    REGISTRAR

Copyright Reserved : www.bhu.ac.in 2001 Last Modified 9-Oct-06