College of Basic Sciences And Humanities

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  • Dr. Sandeep Arora
  • Dean
  • College of Basic Sciences & Humanities

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  • +91-5944-233374 (O), +91-7055470555
  • deancbsh[at]gmail[dot]com

  • www[dot]gbpuat-cbsh[dot]ac[dot]in

About us

College of Basic Sciences And Humanities is the most prestigious constituent of G. B. Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, Pantnagar. The founding fathers including doyens of the University envisioned strong base in basic and applied sciences as the bedrock on which foundation of teaching and research in agriculture and related sciences and technology had to be laid. Social Sciences and Humanities were to be attuned to scientific endeavor in consonance with the ground realities of rural society through congruency assessment and feedback. The faculty of Basic Sciences and Humanities has been accomplishing its mandate through incorporation of the latest scientific ideas and techniques in nearly all the professional programmes of higher education imparted in the University.

The College of Basic Sciences and Humanities has been one of the main constituents of the University, shouldering 15% to 32% of the Undergraduate and 15% to 46% of the Postgraduate instructional responsibilities in all the academic programmes. Postgraduate programmes in basic and applied sciences are run excellently.

The significant work has been recognized by the University Grants Commission by enlisting it for funding under 2 (f) clause of the UGC Act.

The college provides an atmosphere not only for healthy academic activities but also for all-round growth and development of student’s personality. The university has followed a system of education that provides a great deal of openness transparency, flexibility and possibilities for growth.

The College caters to the need of approximately 4000 UG students, 1700 PG students and 400 Ph.D. students every year in the form of offering courses, guiding theses, helping them compute their data and improving the language component of their thesis.