Banaras Hindu University is a globally presumed sanctuary of education, arranged in the holy city of Varanasi. Banaras Hindu University was made under the Parliamentary legislation-B.H.U. Act 1915. It played a stellar role in the independence movement and has developed and has formed into the best focus of learning in India. It has created numerous incredible freedom fighters and manufacturers of ultramodern India and has astronomically added to the advancement of the country through a large number of researchers, scholars, researchers, and technologists who have graced its portals. The college includes 3 Institutes, 14 Faculties 140 Departments, 4 Interdisciplinary Centers a constituent academy for ladies and 3 Constituents Schools, spreading over a huge scope of subjects relating to all parts of humanities, social science, technology, medication, science, fine arts, and performing arts. It has 6 centers of Advanced Studies, 10 Departments under the Special Assistance Program, and a large number of particular Research Centers.
Sudhir Kumar Jain has been appointed as the new Vice-Chancellor of the Banaras Hindu University (BHU).Sudhir K. Jain ( conceived 1959) is a civil engineer and professor at the Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar. He has been designated as the vice-chancellor of the Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi. He’s as of now serving his third term as the director of the Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar. He has been completing serious innovative work in the fields of Seismic Design Codes, Dynamics of Buildings, and Post Earthquake Studies. Other than these, Prof. Jain has effectively taken education in instructing, research activities, and advancement in Earthquake Engineering focused on developing countries. He’s a chosen existent of the Indian National Academy of Engineering. He was likewise chosen as an individual from theU.S. Public Academy of Engineering (2021) for leadership in earthquake engineering in developing countries. He served as the president of the International Association of Earthquake Engineering (IAEE) from 2014 to 2018. He has again served on the Engineering and Computer Science jury for the Infosys Prize from 2019.
He earned a Bachelor of Engineering from the University of Roorkee ( presently known as Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee) in 1979, and Masters and Doctoral certificates from the California Institute of Technology, Pasadena in 1980 and 1983 independently.
Jain, Sudhir K.; Murty, C.V.R; Rai, Durgesh C. (2008). Engineering Response to Hazards of Terrorism. NICEE
Murty, C. V. R; Margorie, Greene; Jain, Sudhir K.; Prasad, N. Purendra; Mehta, Vipul V. (2005). Earthquake rebuilding in Gujarat, India: an EERI recovery reconnaissance report. National Information Centre of Earthquake Engineering (NICEE), Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur.
Thomson Memorial Gold Medal (1979)
Robert A Millikan Fellowship (1982)
The post carries a compensation of Rs./- (Fixed) per month with a Special Allowance of Rs. 5000/-and other common allowances. The arrangement will be on an authoritative reason for a time of three years or up to the age of 70 years, whichever is earlier.
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Shri G Suresh Kumar
Secretary to the Vice-Chancellor
Shri. A Subramonia Pillai
Shri Dilip Kumar Tripathy
Shri Soumik Bhattacharya
Shri. Kashi Nath Yadav
Shri Kashi Nath Singh
Shri Rajesh Kumar Mishra
Shri Pradeep Kumar
Shri Raj Deo
Shri Raj Deo Ram
Shri. Ajay Kumar Yadav
Peon (Daily Wage)
Shri. Mandrika Yadav
Shri. Rajesndra Singh Yadav
Shri. Awanish Kumar Verma
Shri. Rajendra Singh Negi
Shri. Vijay Shankar Vishwakarma
Rai Bahadur Sir Sunder Lal,
(1 April 1916–13 April 1918)
Sir P.S. Sivaswami Iyer
(13 April 1918–8 May 1919)
Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya:
(29 November 1919–6 September 1938).
Sir Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan,
(17 September 1939–16 January 1948)
(27 February 1948–5 December 1948).
Pandit Govind Malaviya
(6 December 1948–21 November 1951)
Acharya Narendra Dev.
(6 December 1951 – 31 May 1954)
Sir C.P. Ramaswami Iyer
(1 July 1954–2 July 1956)
Veni Shankar Jha
(3 July 1956–16 April 1960)
N. H. Bhagwati
(16 April 1960–15 April 1966)
(9 October 1966–15 March 1967)
(1 September 1967–31 July 1969)
Kalu Lal Shrimali
(1 November 1969 – 31 January 1977)
Moti Lal Dhar
(2 February–15 December 1977).
(15 May 1978–14 May 1981).
(19 October 1981 – 29 April 1985)
(30 April 1985 – 29 April 1991)
(1 May 1991–14 June 1993)
(8 February 1994–27 June 1995)
(2 August 1995–25 August 1998)
(31 August 1998–20 February 2002).
Patcha Ramachandra Rao
(20 February 2002–19 February 2005).
(3 May 2005–7 May 2008)
(8 May 2008–21 August 2011)
(22 August 2011–21 August 2014).
Girish Chandra Tripathi
(27 November 2014–26 November 2017)
(28 March 2018 to 28 March 2021).
(Officiating Vice-Chancellor) (29 March 2021 to till)
Sudhir K. Jain