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The much-awaited Nalanda University starts functioning from Monday with two schools, 15 students and 11 faculty members. Of the students, five are women.

Set up following a 2010 special Act of Parliament, the university acquired 455 acres at the Rajgir foothills but as there has not been any construction so far, it will for now function from Rajgir Convention Centre, a state government building. Government-owned Tathagat Hotel will serve as the hostel.

Though each discipline is to have a maximum of 20 students, only 15 in all have joined in the two schools of the planned seven that will be starting Monday. The 15 were selected from around 1,000 applicants after multiple screening and tests. The admission process is still on. Of the 15, three students are from Bihar.

The students include a Bhutan university dean on study leave and a postgraduate in Buddhist Studies from Japan. The first two schools to start are the School of Ecology and Environmental Studies and School of Historical Studies.

While two of the faculty members are from abroad — Samuel Wright from the US and Yin Ker of Singapore — the Indian teachers too have experience of teaching at foreign universities. The university plans to stick to a faculty ratio of 1:8.

From the Rajgir Convention Centre, classes are expected to shift to a makeshift building in a month. Construction work on own campus is expected to start from February 2015.

At the Tathagat Hotel, 40 rooms have been hired for students and teachers. The five women students are lodged on a separate floor.

Vice-Chancellor Gopa Sabarwal said despite the university starting with only two schools, “it was a dream come true”. “Of the 11 teachers, seven have arrived. All teachers have outstanding careers. We hope to add schools of linguistics and literature, economics and management and also public health in a year.”

She added that the idea was to blend values of the ancient Nalanda university with the contemporary. Collaborations have been tied up with a number of foreign universities, including Yale.

Shashi Ahlawat, a B.Tech from Technological of Textiles and Sciences, Haryana, is among the five students enrolled at School of Historical Studies. Despite her science background, she said, a brush with competitive exams showed her that “I am cut out for excelling in history”.

Ngawang, the dean of historical research at Royal University of Bhutan, said there can’t be a better place than Nalanda University to study history. “Ever since the Bhutan government introduced Bhutan and Himalayan history in 2011, I had been thinking of studying history,” he said.

Anshuman Shekhar quit a job at an IT firm to enrol at the School of Ecology and Environmental Studies. He had studied microbiology at Bharati Vidyapeeth University, Pune.

Akiro Nakamvva, a post-graduate from the University of Tokyo, will also be studying history at Nalanda University.

Sabarwal said though classes are planned

Source: www.indianexpress.com/article/india/india-others/nalanda-univ-starts-today-from-a-convention-centre-with-15-students-lodged-in-a-hotel/

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Buddha Mahabodhi TempleThe tourism ministry has launched a plan for the development of Buddhist circuits in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar that would create around 10,000 jobs and indirect employments.

Minister of Tourism and Culture Shripad Yesso Naik along with tourism ministers of Bihar and Uttar Pradesh launched the strategy document investing in the Buddhist Circuit here.

Finance Minister, Arun Jaitley, in his maiden budget, had assigned Rs 500 million rupees for the development of five tourist circuit, the Buddhist circuit is one of them.

The total cost of the project will be Rs. 4.5 crore , of which the International Finance Corporation (IFC), the arm of the World Bank, will contribute 40 percent, which will be Rs.1.8 crore.

Ministry of Tourism will contribute Rs.2.25 crore and two state governments will offer five percent each, which is Rs.22.50.

“This is a proud moment for us., We put everything in place to start work on developing circuit take at least two months,” said Mr. Naik.

Onno Ruhl, World Bank’s country director for India said that they chose to work on this project as it would help to generate employment opportunities for the people of those states who need better ways of employing their people.

Mr Ruhl also added that World Bank has been working to eradicate poverty but people need jobs. If I compare India with other countries, it has potential but that is not matching to what the world is offering,” said Mr Ruhl.

He elaborated on the focus towards building better roads, hotels and infrastructure for pilgrims and tourists.

Bodh Gaya, Nalanda, Rajgir, Vaishali (Bihar), Sarnath, Kushinagar and Kaushambi (Uttar Pradesh) to be developed in the first phase.

These are the prestigious sites and routes where Buddha spent his time, grew up and gave his first sermon.

Source: ndtv.com

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40th anniversary of Vishwa Shanti Stupa atop Ratnagiri Hills in Rajgir was inaugurated on Sunday evening by Bihar CM Mr. Nitish Kumar, on this ocassion he spoke about the contributions of the ancient Nalanda University, and expressed his desire to make the students of proposed Nalanda International University the brand ambassadors of peace. He also showed his satisfaction on Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and former president A P J Abdul Kalam’s special interest in reconstruction of the University.

Stressing the need for world peace Bihar Chief minister Mr. Nitish Kumar emphasized on the teachings of Gautam Buddha on non-violence & endorsed the relevance of the same in today’s scenario more than in the past. He was confident that differences of opinion between countries and societies could very well be sorted out through Buddha’s preaching.
On this occasion the chief minister announced that the Buddha Memorial Park near Patna railway station would be completed by mid-2010. The state government has planned to put the casket containing ashes of Lord Buddha on display at the park.

Atsuhiro Hariuchi, chairman of board of directors of CGC Group of Companies of Japan; Takao Morita, president of CGC, chief monk of Nipponzan Myohoji G Okonogi and Mahashweta Maharathi, secretary of Rajgir Buddha Vihar Society also spoke on the occasion.

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