In the last decade Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University (BVDU) has emerged as a global university with a wide offering of programs and courses spanning varied educational faculties. BVDU today boasts of a state-of-the-art infrastructure, sprawling campuses, extensive teaching and learning facilities, library and research facilities.
Today Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University has 32 constituent units and is one of India's largest multi-disciplinary multi-campus universities. Over the years BVDU has contributed thousands of well trained graduates, post graduates and research doctorates to the pool of professionals in India and abroad. In line with its Motto of “Social transformation through Dynamic education” BVDU nurtures a holistic education approach that not only academically enriches the students, but also contributes to the students’ personality by nurturing innovation, creativity and practical work experience.
Why BVDU, Pune?
Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University, due to its compact size and simple decision making processes, BVDU can afford to be very dynamic and innovative.
During a short span of 14 years, BVDU has given ample evidence of how it has made judicious and full use of academic and administrative autonomy given to it. It has introduced a large number of new innovative degree and diploma programmes, has brought about reforms in its examination system and has made its administration more student oriented. It has revised the course structures and syllabi of its various degree and diploma programmes and updated them. It has accepted the mandate of revising them after every three years.
BVDU has consistently been advancing its knowledge strength. Libraries are supposed to be one of the most important knowledge centres at any educational institute. We feel happy to have 3,00,000 books, 501 International Journals and 1144 National Journals available in the libraries of constituent units of BVDU. In 2008-09 we have added 38,370 books by investing Rs.1,13,07,782.
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Placements of BVDU Students