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Wednesday, May 12, 2010

LUCKNOW UNIVERSITY TEACHERS DIRECTORY


FACULTY OF ARTS
ANCIENT INDIAN HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
PROFESSORS
Dr. S. N. Kapur (Head) 2344520
A-354, Indira Nagar,
Lucknow
Dr. G. S. Bhadouria 2741300 9919091845
44 A, Badshah Bagh,
University Campus,
Lucknow
Dr. D. P. Tiwari 2726516 9415021908
5, Ramasre Purwa Road,
Gomti Nagar Phase - III,
Lucknow tewaridp@satyam.net.in
Dr. Nishith K. Rai (on leave) 2215600
31 Rajbhawan Colony,
Lucknow
READERS
Dr. U. N. Sinha 6533795
C/o Mrs. Rameshawari Sinha,
211/2 Pheelkhana, Chhachhu Kuwan,
Lucknow
drunsinha47@rediffmail.com
Dr. Amar Singh 2371039
MM-260,Sector D,
Aliganj, Lucknow
Dr. Prashant Srivastava 2361836
MMB-1/88, SBI Colony,
Sitapur Road Scheme,
Lucknow
Dr. Mamta Misra 2325398 9838791048
CA-3, Dhruv Apartments,
Chandralok Colony,
Kapoorthala, Lucknow
Dr. Sadhana Sharma 9336585170
45, Badshah Bagh,
University Campus,
Lucknow University,
Lucknow
Dr. S. K. Jaiswal 2681511 9839060597
267, Aminabad Road,
Naka Hindola, Lucknow
Dr. Piyush Bhargava 2410613 9451382331
E-1786, Rajaji Puram,
Lucknow
piyush.aditya@gmail.com
Dr. Anil Kumar 2733509 9415820320
MDH-2/880 Sec- H,
Jankipuram,
Lucknow
LECTURERS
Sri Anitya Gaurav 9415090950
498/113 Hasangang,
Daligang, Lucknow

Dr. Durgesh Kumar Srivastava 9450411622
19/220 Indira Nagar,
Lucknow
dr.dklu@indiatimes.com
ANTHROPOLOGY (PH- 2740004)
PROFESSORS
Prof. C.L.Verma 2622084 2266250
(Head)
D-1 Lawrence Terrace,
Hazaratganj, Lucknow
Prof. Nadeemul Hasnain 4007549 9918973900
505, Sector - 5,
Vikas Nagar, Lucknow
Prof. A.P. Singh
10/37, Bahar - A,
Sahara States,
Jankipuram,
Lucknow
READER
Dr. Udai Pratap Singh 2758355 9415582991
140 - A, Preeti Nagar,
Sitapur Road,
Lucknow
aihsdlko@rediffmail.com
LECTURERS
Dr. Keya Pandey 6459293 9450561571
353, Triveni Nagar II,
Lucknow
keyapandey@indiatimes.com
Dr. Sameera Maity 2731178
B-1/86, Sector G,
Jankipuram, Lucknow
sameera_maiti@rediffmail.com
Mr. Rahul Patel 6570728 9451391225
1/457, Viram Khand, Gomti Nagar,
Lucknow
rahul_anthropologist@yahoo.co.in
ARABIC
PROFESSORS
Dr. Shabbir Ahamad 2324897
Professor & Head,
529 Ka331, Mateen
Purwa, Near Jadid
Markaz (News Paper),
Picnic Spot Road,
Khurram Nagar,
Lucknow.
Dr. Shah Abdus Salam 2267081
19 Ka, Hata Sangi Beg,
Shah Ganj, Lucknow
Dr. Ashfaq Ahmad 2260868
327/52, Choobdari Mohalla,
Chowk, Lucknow
Dr. K.K. Rastogi 2740415
D-2 Teacher’s Flat,
Gokaran Nath Road,
Lucknow
Dr. Shams Tabrez Khan 2369533
536/ 73 Gha, Madehganj,
Khadra Lucknow
READERS
Dr. N.A. Ansari 2369899
474 A/190, Fatima Manzil,
Near Godawari Mill,
B.K. Colony, Brahmanagar,
Sitapur Road, Lucknow
Dr. A.N. Siddiqui 2740227
13 Reader’s Flats,
Faizabad Road,
University of Lucknow,
Lucknow
Dr. Ahmad Sayeed 2485567
C/o Rana General Store,
(Opp. Police Chauki),
Amberganj Lucknow
Dr. (Smt.) M. J. Aisha 2274183
52, Astabal Charbagh,
Molviganj, Lucknow
Dr. Musheer Hussain Siddique
6, Campbell Road, Balaganj, 9415783464
Lucknow
LECTURER
Dr. A.A. Islahi 2741431
498/143/35 BKB,
Badshahbagh, Lucknow
Dr. Arafat Zafar
Village & Post - Towa, 9451392626
Dist. Azamgarh
Dr. Qamar Iqbal 9451674108
Department of Arabic,
University of Lucknow,
Lucknow
ECONOMICS (Ph & Fax: 2740014)
PROFESSORS
Dr. A.K. Sengupta 2740181 9335908190
Professor & Head 2740135
75, Badshah Bagh,
Lucknow University
Campus, Lucknow
Sri Yashvir Tyagi 2741032
7, Professor’s Flat,
Faizabad Road,
Babuganj, Lucknow
Sri. A.K. Bajpai 2741389 9415750750
12, University Flats,
Faizabad Road,
Babuganj, Lucknow
Dr. Harsha Mohan 2323712
D-14 Vivekanand Puri
Lucknow
Dr. Mohd. Muzammil 9839561148
F-2260 Rajaji Puram
Lucknow
Dr. Rakesh Kumar 2328610
MM-228, Sector ‘D’,
Aliganj, Lucknow
READERS
Dr. Arvind Awasthi 9451388135
19/1075, Indira Nagar,
Lucknow
dravindawasthi@indiatimes.com
Dr. Vinod Singh 2740048 9415393767
77, Badshah Bagh,
Lucknow University
Campus, Lucknow
Dr. M.K. Agarwal 4002123
C-1/230, Sector-G,
Janaki Puram,
Lucknow
mk_agarwal@hotmail.com
Dr. Arvind Mohan 2326272 9335913874
HIG- 135 A, Sector ‘E’,
Aliganj, Lucknow
mohanarvind@hotmail.com
LECTURERS
Ms. Sashi Lata Singh 2616502 9415637915
10, Reader Flat,
Faizabad Road,
Lucknow

Dr. Alpana Lal 9415180459
16, Readers Flat,
Faizabad Road, Lucknow
Anamika Chaturvedi
Department of Economics
Lucknow University,
Lucknow
Dr. Kamna Sengupta 2740181 9415393766
75, Badshah Bagh,
Lucknow University campus,
Lucknow
Dr. Ashok Kumar Kaithal
C/o Shri Suresh Chandra Verma
538K/1228, Triveni Nagar-III
Shivlok, Lucknow
ENGLISH AND MODERN EUROPEAN LANGUAGES
PROFESSORS
Dr. S.Z.H. Abidi, Head 4046178 9935237197
L/VI/M 229, Sector- M,
Aliganj Housing Scheme,
Aliganj, Lucknow
Dr. (Mrs.) Madhu Mehrotra 2624795
C-10/2, River Bank Colony,
Lucknow (R) 2624795
Dr. Ashok Kumar 9450624648
C-1, New University Flats,
Gokaran Nath Road,
Lucknow
Dr.(Ms.) Nishi Pandey 2740848 2239384 9839128864
Type-IV-9, Raj Bhawan Colony, Fax: 2740540
Lucknow
asclko@rediffmail.com
READERS
Dr. (Mrs.) Ranu Uniyal 2204162
503, Priyanka Apartments,
Jopling Road, Lucknow
Dr. V P Singh 2335013
A- 206, Rohtas
Apartments,
Sector- 9, Vikasnagar,
Lucknow.
Dr. A.K. Lal (French) 2741290
73, Badshah Bagh,
University Campus,
Lucknow
Dr. (Mrs.) Nasreen 2741431
498/143/35, BKB,
Badshah Bagh,
Lucknow

Dr. M. Priyadarshini 9235794266
C/0 Sri Rajiv Bajpai,
Indira Gandhi Eye Hospital,
Bungalow No. 2,
Near Leela Cinema,
Lucknow
Dr.(Mrs.) Madhu Singh 2236048
417, Kasmanda Regent
Apartments, 2 Park Road,
Hazaratganj, Lucknow
LECTURERS
Mrs. Nishat Haider 2207999
C/o Kamran Rizvi,
B- 18, Butler Palace
Colony, Lucknow
Dr. (Mrs.) Meenakshi Pawha 2627755
9-B, Tilak Marg,
Near Moti Mahal Campus,
Lucknow
Dr. Fatima Rizvi 2267823
401/24kha,
Abdul aziz Road,
Lucknow
Dr. Nazneen Khan 2384312
51, Shadeb Colony,
Rahim Nagar, Mahanagar,
Lucknow
Mr. Mohd Tariq 2329192
532/405, Roshan Plaza,
Aliganj Bazar, Kursi Road,
Aliganj, Lucknow
Dr. R.P. Singh 9415159137
57, Yashoda Nagar,
Chinhat, Faizabad
Road, Lucknow
Dr. Hari Narain Prasad 9451380683
14/419, Vikas Nagar,
Lucknow
Dr. R.B. Sharma 9839246859
Sector L, HIG-2,
Aliganj, Lucknow
Dr S.P. Singh (French) 9450362335
72-B, Badshah Bagh,
University Campus,
Lucknow spsinghfrench@yahoo.co.in
Dr. Shikoh Mohsin Mirza 2613907
Department of English
Lucknow University,
Lucknow
Sri Vineet Maxwell David 2735868 9936241471
13/301 Deepak,
Sahara States, Jankipuram,
Lucknow
RESEARCH ASSISTANT
Dr.(Mrs.) Palu Manoj 4048163
C-2-615, State Bank Colony,
Sector C, Sitapur Road
Scheme, Lucknow
GEOGRAPHY
Ex. OFFICIO HEAD
Prof. V.D. Pandey 2782371 9415002996
(Dean, Faculty of Arts)
4, Faizabad Road,
Lucknow
Prof. O.P. Singh 4072885 9411199081
(Incharge)
131, Ravindra Garden Sector-E,
Aliganj, Lucknow
Prof. Hira Lal Yadav, 0551-2200091 9415356289
D-115/3, Indira Nagar,
Lucknow
HINDI AND MODERN INDIAN LANGUAGES
PROFESSORS
Dr. Prem Shanker Tiwari 2351361
Head
155, Shakti Nagar, Faizabad
Road, Lucknow
Dr. (Smt.) K.D. Singh 2780007 2781211
432/41, Kankar
Colony, Old Hyderabad,
Lucknow
Prof. S D Mishra 2741109 9450026173
Department of Hindi
Lucknow University,
Lucknow
Dr. Hari Shanker Misra 2341881
26, Manas Vihar,
Kurmanchal Nagar,
Lucknow
Dr. Kali Charan Snehi 2360896 9415548256
203, Teacher’s Flat,
II Campus, Sitapur Road,
Lucknow
profkcsnehi@rediffmail.com
READERS
Dr. (Smt.) P.S. Sharma 2368322
“Sumananjali” 474/9 Ka,
Brahmnagar, Sitapur
Road, Near Daliganj, Railway Crossing,
Lucknow
Dr. Yogendra Pratap Singh 2740021
6, Teachers Flats,
Babuganj, Lucknow
Dr. Rashmi Kumar 2395558
B406 CSI Tower,
Vipin Khand,
Gomti Nagar, Lucknow
Dr. Pawan Agarwal 2757428 9450511639
D-3 Gokhran Nath Road,
Teacher Flat
Lucknow University, Lucknow
Dr. Reeta 2735750
3/20 New Bahar,
Sahara State,
Jankipuram,
Lucknow
Dr. Suraj Thapa 2735750
3/20 New Bahar,
Sahara State, Jankipuram,
Lucknow
LECTURERS
Dr. P.R. Pal 2740134
19, Milini Park,
Teacher’s Flat,
Lucknow University,
Lucknow
Dr. Alka Pandey 2789235
C- 217, Nirala Nagar,
Lucknow
Dr. Hemanshu Sen 9839169830
23, Milni Park, Teacher’s
Flats, Lucknow University,
Lucknow
hemanshusen_singh@yahoo.com
Anna Malai S Kumar 9451090057
M-10, Indira Nagar,
Raebareli
Krishanaji Srivastava
551 kha/19, Koriyana
(Sujanpura), Alambagh,
Lucknow
Ranjana Vaishampayan 2320478
C-15, Sector - A,
Mahanagar, Lucknow
Thakur Prasad Rahi
C-4064, Sector-6,
Rajaji Puram,
Lucknow
Sri Ravi Kant 9451945847
92, Astha Eldeco
Colony, Lucknow
HOME SCIENCE
EX- OFFICIO HEAD
Prof. V.D. Pandey 2740136 2782371 941502996
(Dean, Arts)
4 Faizabad Road,
Lucknow
CO-ORDINATOR
Ms. Meera Singh 2423592 9415738427
K-436 Ashiyana Colony,
Kanpur Road, Lucknow
pravenmeera@yahoo.com
JYOTIR VIGYAN
EX-OFFICIO HEAD
Prof. V.D. Pandey DEAD 2740136 2782371 9415002996
(Dean, Arts)
4, Faizabad Road
Lucknow
CO-ORDINATOR
Dr. B.K. Shukla 2740430
78-A, Badshah Bagh,
Gokarannath Road,
Lucknow
JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATION (PH: 2740107)
PROFESSOR
LECTURER
Dr. Mukul Srivastava 9415087745
268/16, New Tilak Nagar, Lucknow
mukul_sri2003@rediffmail.com,
mukul_sri2003@yahoo.com
LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCES (PH: 2740007)
PROFESSOR
Dr. N.R. Satyanarayana 2741388
1, University Flats,
Faizabad Road,
Lucknow
LECTURER
Dr. Babita Jaiswal 9415522214
C-3, Second Floor,
Teachers Flat, LU Campus,
Lucknow
LINGUISTICS
PROFESSORS
Dr. (Smt.) Usha Sinha
Head, 9335212581
B- 181, Indira Nagar,
Lucknow
Dr. K. Srikumar 9335151453
Department of Linguistics,
University of Lucknow,
Lucknow
READER
Dr. Kavita Rastogi 2265673
Bharat Ashram, 2651324
Raja Bazar Lucknow krastogi@satyam.net.in
LECTURER
Sri Govind Swaroop Gupta 9335108990
Department of Linguistics,
University of Lucknow,
Lucknow
MEDIEVAL AND MODERN INDIAN HISTORY
PROFESSORS 9415002996
Dr. V.D. Pandey 2782371
Head
4, Faizabad Road,
Lucknow
Dr. Rashmi Pandey 2287036 9839029983
11, Ashok Marg,
Lucknow
Dr. A.K. Mishra 2740231
75, Badshah Bagh,
University of Lucknow,
Lucknow
READERS
Dr. Rashmi Rekha 2207081
Butler Palace Colony,
Lucknow
Dr. S.A. Rizvi 2226168
11, Gautam Palli,
Lucknow
Dr. A. Chakravarti 2385281
A-7/4, Paper Mill
Colony, Nishatganj,
Lcuknow
LECTURERS
Dr. Mallika Saxena 2343232 9839017057
B-2031, Indira Nagar
Lucknow
Dr. Manisha 9415372505
2/21 Vishal Khand,
Gomti Nagar,
Lucknow
MILITARY SCIENCE
EX- OFFICIO HEAD
Prof. V.D. Pandey 2782371 9415002996
(Dean, Arts)
4, Faizabad Road,
Lucknow
LECTURERS
Dr. S.N. Rai 2740614 9450645700
502/47, Kha,
Mankameswar Nagar,
Daliganj, Lucknow
Dr. O.P. Shukla 2740708 9450645858
G-502/94, Mankameswar
Nagar, Daliganj,
Lucknow
ORIENTAL STUDIES IN ARABIC & PERSIAN
LECTURERS
Mohd. Taqui Ali 9839392371
Haider Manzil’,
450/128/13,
Friends Colony,
New Mufti Ganj,
Lucknow
Syed Arshad Ali Jafri 9335244148
Jafri Cottage’,
Bara Bagh, Mufti Ganj,
Lucknow
ORIENTAL STUDIES IN SANSKRIT
PROFESSORS
Dr. Binda Prasad Mishra 2740061
Head,
4, ‘A’, New Bungalow,
Lucknow University
Campus, Lucknow
Dr. Aydhya Das Shri Vaishnav 2741288 9415914900
12, New Teachers’ Flats,
Lucknow Unviersity Campus,
Lcuknow
READER
Dr. Prerna Mathur 9415056642
Sector-K,
288, Ashiyana,
Lucknow
PERSIAN
PROFESSORS
Dr. Umar Kamaluddin 98385543323
Head,
Department of Persian,
Lucknow University
Lucknow
READER
Dr. Arif Ayyubi 4017493 9839022405
46/4, Akhtar Manzil,
Gwynne Tank,
Behind Mahila Vidyalaya,
Aminabad, Lucknow
arifayyubi@hotmail.com
LECTURERS
Sri Syed Gulam Navi Ahmad 9839472339
187, Chandralok Colony,
Aliganj, Lucknow
Sri Mohd. Arshadul Quadri 9839024434
Department of Persian
Lucknow University,
Lucknow
PHILOSOPHY (PH: 2740489)
PROFESSORS
Prof. Nirupama Srivastava 2259514 9935631221
Head,
13, Napier Road
Colony - I, Thakurganj,
Lucknow
Prof. Rakesh Chandra 2787830 9839226303
A-5/6, Corporation Flats,
Nirala Nagar, Lucknow
rakeshphilosophy@yahoo.com
READERS
Dr. Kanchan Saxena 2766820 9839671060
Sect. 11, House No.- 269,
Vikas Nagar,
Lucknow
kanchan.saxena@rediffmail.com
LECTURERS
Dr. Rajani Srivastava 9838607008
3-F, Samar Vihar,
Alambagh, Lucknow
Dr. Rajeshwar Prasad Yadav 9935361422
6/694, Vikas Nagar,
Lucknow
Dr. Rajendra Kumar Verma 9452128378
Bunglow No. 10 ‘B’, Badshah Bagh
University Campus
Lucknow
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
LECTURERS
Dr. Shashi Kanaujia 9450351855
7, New Teachers Flat,
University Campus,
Lucknow
Mr. Tariq Mohammad 9415785944
16, Milni Park,
University Campus,
Lucknow
Dr. Neeraj Jain 2757020 9839836965
610/66 Keshav Nagar,
Sitapur Road,
Lucknow

POLITICAL SCIENCE
PROFESSORS
Dr. S.K. Dwivedi 2344655
Head, 9415011253
18/337, Indira Nagar,
Lucknow
Dr. B. K. Tewari 2782122
302, Tirath Bakshi Apartments,
New Hyderabad,
Lucknow
Dr. Ramesh Dixit 2208386 9415103162
8/2, Dalibagh Colony,
Lucknow
Dr. R. K. Mishra 2741111 9839472589
10, Teacher’s Flat,
Lucknow University,
Lucknow
READERS
Dr. Ashutosh Mishra 2741291
Badhshah Bagh 9453420883
2, Bachelor’s Flats,
Lucknow University,
Lucknow
Dr. Shashi Shukla 2789629
C-320, Nirala Nagar,
Lucknow
Dr. R. R. Sarana 2741289
24, University
Campus, Lucknow
Dr. Sanjay Gupta 2377448
8-B, Faizabad Road, 2372389
Lucknow
Dr. (Mrs.) Manuka Khanna 2781897
B-503, Sterling Apartments,
9 University Road,
Lucknow
Dr. Kamal Kumar
C-1/496, Sector G, 9415004600
Jankipuram,
Lucknow
Dr. Mrigank Shekhar
D-4/3 Balda Road 9335070338
Colony, Nishatganj,
Lucknow
Dr. Kaviraj
16, Readers’ Flats, 9415180459
Faizabad Road,
Lucknow

PSYCHOLOGY (PH: 0522-2740101, 2740017, 2740197)
PROFESSORS
Dr. M.R. Rastogi 2740174
Head,
8, Professors Flat,
Babuganj, University
Road, Lucknow
Dr. P.C. Mishra 2342474 9415026673
7, Amrawati Colony,
A- Block Indira Nagar,
Lucknow
drpcmishra@rewdiffmail.com
Dr. Pushpa Mishra 2637521
Ram Nivas, Lokmanganj,
Charbagh, Lucknow
Dr. Purnima Agrawal 2733541
B-1/54, Sector G,
Jankipuram,
Lucknow
purnima_lko@yahoo.com
Dr. Archana Shukla 2328090 9839038420
B1-125, Sector - G,
Aliganj, Lucknow
archana1942@sify.com
READERS
Dr. Pallavi Bhatnagar 2323787
5, Devalok Coloney,
Vishnupuri, Church Road,
Aliganj,
Lucknow
Dr. Madhurima Pradhan 2302025 9415188700
2/165 Viram Khand,
Gomatinagar,
Lucknow
LECTURERS
Dr. Archana Shukla 9936102205
8/7, Bahar ‘A’,
Sahara States,
Janakipuram,
Lucknow
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (Phone/Fax no 2740161)
Email:dpalu@rediffmail.com
PROFESSOR
Dr. Kumkum Kishore 5533229 9415419176
Head,
5,S.F.Basera, Palash,
Eldeco, New Hyderabad,
Lucknow
READERS
Dr. Manoj Dixit 2731666 9415220919
C-2/326, Sector F,
Jankipuram,
Lucknow
manojdixit23@gmail.com
Dr. Nand Lal Bharti 9450759302
19, Milni Park,
Lucknow University
Campus, Lucknow
nlb@yahoo.com
LECTURERS
Dr. Shraddha Katiyar 9452266426
Lecturer
Bachelors Flat No 6,
University Campus,
Lucknow
Dr. Vaishali Saxena (Gupta) 2208045
6, Way Road,
Gokhale Marg,
Lucknow
SANSKRIT & PRAKRIT LANGUAGES
PROFESSORS
Dr. Rama Shankar Mishra 5573702 9415561568
424C, Vaishali Enclave
Extension, Sector- 9,
Indira Nagar, Lucknow
Dr. Om Prakash Pandey 2740083
Head,
4B, New Bunglow,
University Campus,
Lcuknow
Dr. Sherab Raldy 2740137 9415425834
4, New Teacher’s Flats,
University Campus,
Lucknow
Dr. Brijesh Kumar Shukla 2740430
78-A, Badshah Bagh,
University Campus,
Lcuknow
READERS
Dr. Preeti Sinha 2385255
C- 954/955, Sector B,
Mahanagar, Lcuknow
Dr. Uma Rani Tripathi (on leave) 2740082
28, Badhshah Bagh
University Campus,
Lcuknow
Dr. Sudha Bajpai 2207319 2205825
C- 23, Butler Palace,
Lucknow
Dr. Aruna Shukla 2741282
9, New Teacher’s Flat,
University Campus,
Lucknow
Dr. Ram Sumer Yadav 9411185985
502/133 Mankameshwar Nagar,
Daligang,
Lucknow
LECTURERS
Sri Techchandra Meena 9415601402
6/483 Vineet Khand,
Gomti Nagar, Lucknow
Dr. Meera Rastogi 2422822
K-472, Ashiana Colony,
Kanpur Road,
Lucknow
SOCIAL WORK (PH: 0522-2740101, 2740017, 2740197)
PROFESSORS
Dr. R.B.S. Verma 2757173 9450000006
Head,
26, Triveni Nagar, Part II,
Mausam Bagh,
Sitapur Road,
Lucknow
Dr. P.D. Mishra 2758411 9936198316
C-30, Sector C,
Aliganj Scheme,
Sitapur Road, Lucknow
Dr. S.P. Srivastava 2470206
Emeritus Professor,
B-8, Krishna Nagar,
Lucknow
READERS
Dr. A.N. Singh 2740065 9935235522
8 A, Cameron Road,
University Campus,
Lucknow
Dr. D.K. Singh 9415105062
A-1, Teachers’ Flat,
Gokarannath Road,
Lucknow
Dr. Gurunam Singh 2759756 9452239270
1/107 Sec-C, Priya
Darshani Colony,
Sitapur Road,
Lucknow
Dr. Raj Kumar Singh 2740056 9415545453
74, Badshah Bagh,
University campus,
Lucknow
LECTURERS
Dr. Anoop Kumar Bhartiya 2636936 9415104272
56-3 Cha, Gate No. 1,
Kamta Prasad Compound,
Chitwapurbhuiyan,
Lucknow
Dr. Rakesh Dwivedi 2757247 9415520169
17A, Triveni Nagar,
Sitapur road, Lucknow
Shri Rupesh Kumar 2758835 9415822796
538K-II/1319, Triveni Nagar,
Sitapur road,
Lucknow
FIELD WORK SUPERVISOR
Mr. A.A., Ansari 9335926592
3, Purani haveli,
Ujyari saran,
Near Post Office,
P.O. and Town: Kakori
Lucknow
Mr. Ahamad Raza 2782168
374, Fourth Lane
Nishatganj,
Lucknow
Dr. Kaushal Kishor 9450357050
338K/739 Shiva Puram,
Triveni Nagar III, Lucknow
FIELDWORK ORGANISER
Mrs. Reena Singh
H-8/8, Paper Mill Coloney,
Nishatganj, Lucknow
SOCIOLOGY (PH: 2740225)
PROFESSORS
Dr. A.K. Srivastava 2740120 9450024423
4, Professor's Flat,
Faizabad Road,
Lucknow
aks_socio@rediffmail.com
Dr. Rajesh Misra 2329468 9452297117
C.P.21, Sector C, Near Nehru 9335907697
Park, Aliganj, Lcuknow
rajeshsocio@yahoo.co.in

READERS
Dr. A.K. Pandey (On Leave) 2781700
205, Bloom Fountain,
Opp.Samthar Petrol Pump,
Faizabad Road, Lucknow
Dr. S.K. Chaudhary 2741169 9415011894
4, Badshah Bagh,
University Campus,
Lucknow
sukantkchaudhary@gmail.com
Dr. D.R. Sahu 2741515 9415014116
4, Badshah Bagh,
University Campus,
Lucknow
Dr. Sharad Kumar
A-3, Gokharan Nath
Road, Lucknow
Dr. R.G. Yadav 9415011224
2-34, Vijayant Khand
Gomti Nagar, Lucknow
LECTURERS
Dr. Rangoli Chandra 2419840
C/o Mr. Vivek Chandra,
Sector C - 3245,
Rajaji Puram Colony,
Lucknow
Dr. P.K. Gupta 9889546344
E 6-N 2/117,
Sector-N, Aliganj
Lucknow
URDU
PROFESSOR
Dr. Anis Ashfaq Abidi 4010374 9451310098
Head,
4/158 Vipul Khnad,
Gomatinagar,
Lucknow
READERS
Dr. Aisha Aizaz (Dr. Sheema Rizvi) 2304072
A/4/83 Vishal Khand,
Gomti Nagar,
Lucknow
Dr. Syed Ehtesham Husain 9935758343
218 Second Floor,
Kasmanda Apartment,
Hazaratganj, Lucknow
LECTURERS
Dr. Abbas Raza Nayyar
Alam Plaza, 1st Floor, 9919785172
B N Road, Golagang,
Lucknow abbasrazanayyar@yahoo.co.in
Sri Mithun Kumar
G-64 Sanjay Gandhipuram, 9918126885
Lucknow mithunjnu@gmail.com
WESTERN HISTORY
PROFESSOR
Dr. Pramod Kumar Srivastava
201, Teachers Flat, 9415409017
New Campus, Sitapur
Road, Lucknow


READER
Dr. (Smt.) Nina David 2212933
16, Bishehwar Nath
Road, Near PNB,
Lalbagh, Lucknow nimasmt@hotmail.com
Dr. Abha Trivedi 2740487
45, Badshah Bagh,
University Campus,
Lucknow sat0605523@rediffmail.com
Dr. Madhu Rajput
B-1 Sect J, Aligang 9415402182
Extension, Lucknow
Dr. Archana Tewari 2385975
C-928 /983 Sec B,
Mahanagar, Lucknow
LECTURER
Km. Amita Sonkar 2617766
4, Hasmat Quarter,
Kaisharbagh Mandi,
Lucknow
RESEARCH SCIENTIST ‘B’ (READER)
Dr. A.K. Sharma 2422015
J- 145, Aashiana Colony,
Lucknow
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
BIOCHEMISTRY- PH: 2740069
PROFESSOORS
Dr. U.N. Dwivedi 2740132
(Head), 2740148
M.Sc. Bio-Technology) 9415022445
75, “B”, Badshahbagh,
Lucknow University Campus,
Lucknow upendradwivedi@hotmail.com
Dr. M.K. Misra 2441064
New Market, Telibagh,
Lucknow-226002
Dr. (Mrs.) R. Khanna 2206318
40/8 Gokhle Vihar 9452017382
Marg, Lucknow rkhannalu@yahoo.co.in
READERS
Dr. S.K. Agarwal 2720159
1/175, Vishesh khand, 9839092510
Gomti Nagar,
Lucknow - 226010 skagarwal4@rediffmail.com
Dr. Sudhir Mehrotra 2788797
C-14 (P) Nirala Nagar, 9839909739
Lucknow sudhirankush@yahoo.com
Dr. Deepak Chandra 2383472
D-218, Kurmanchal 9415164388
Nagar, Indira Nagar,
Lucknow deepakvns@yahoo.com

Dr. R.K. Mishra
3/99 Vishesh Khand, 9415789199
Gomti Nagar,
Lucknow
LECTURERS
Dr. Samir Sharma 2720113
1/181, Vishesh Khand,
Gomti Nagar,
Lucknow
samirsharma@rediffmail.com
Dr. Meenal Garg
C-2201, Indira Nagar 9335820857
Lucknow
Dr. Kusum Yadav 2668466
C/o S.J. Yadav
1/9, Shri Krishna Bihar Colony, 9452490044
Sector-2, Raibarelly Road, Lucknow
BOTANY (PH: 2740013)
PROFESSORS
Dr. Dinesh Kumar 2351352
Head,
S- 157 E, Shakti Nagar,
Faizabad Road,
Lucknow
dineshkumar5223@rediffmail.com
Dr. R.K. Mehrotra 2330947
C- 3, Sector-E, 9839018606
New Aliganj (Near Hydel
Colony) Lucknow
Dr. Suresh Chand 9452971388
29, Badshahbagh,
Lucknow University
Campus, Lucknow
Dr. R.R. Singh 2740053
73, Badshahbagh, 9415158687
Lucknow University
Campus, Lucknow rakshpal_S@yahoo.com
Dr. P.K. Tandon 2741292
28, Badshahbagh,
Lucknow University
Campus, Lucknow pktandon014@yahoo.com
Dr. Y.K. Sharma 4044910
D-14, Lawrence
Terrace, Lucknow yogesh_s26@yahoo.com
READERS
Dr. (Mrs.) N. Nautiyal 2386953
C- 186, Sector C,
Mahanagar Lucknow
n_nautiyal2002@yahoo.com
Dr. (Mrs.) S. Lavania 2392162
4/221, Vivek Khand,
Gomti Nagar, Lucknow
lavania@satyam.net.in
Dr. P.K. Misra 2741293
3, Badshahbagh,
Lucknow University
Campus, Lucknow
Dr. Munna Singh (On Leave)
Department of Botany
Lucknow University,
Lucknow
Dr. (Mrs.) G. Asthana 2204048
106, TIVOLI Apartments,
Wazir Hasan Road,
Lucknow
Dr. (Mrs.) K. Misra 9415027748
1/67, Vijay Khand,
Gomti Nagar,
Lucknow
Dr. V. Prasad 2789920
B- 161/A, Nirala Nagar,
Lucknow
vivprasad@yahoo.com
Dr. (Mrs.) N.Sharma 2308594 9415027175
2/116, Vishwas Khand II,
Gomti Nagar, Lucknow
2k@rediffmail.com
Dr. (Mrs.) N. Pandey 9451088125
104, Akash Ganga
Towers, RBL Road,
New Hyderabad,
Lucknow
Dr. (Mrs.) A. Srivastava 2308878 9839080412
A- 3/76, Vishwas Khand,
Gomti Nagar,
Lucknow
alkasrivastava@hotmail.com
Dr. (Mrs.) Gauri Saxena 2780532 9415182051
406, Tirath Baksh
Apartments, New
Hyderabad,
Lucknow
Dr. (Mrs.) S. Srivastava 2767962
1/86, Vikas Nagar,
Lucknow
ccbot@satyam.net.in
LECTURERS
Dr. (Ms.) Nirmala Upadhyaya 9415195939
1/223, Vikas Nagar,
Lucknow
Dr. Shyam Narayan Pandey 9335905815
20, Milni Park,
Teachers’ Flat,
University Campus,
Lucknow

Dr. Ratna Katiyar 2320422
B-26, Sector-A,
Mahanagar,
Lucknow
CHEMISTRY (PH: 2740042)
PROFESSORS
Dr. V.K. Tandon 9335913266
Head,
B-1/11, Sector A,
Aliganj,
Lucknow
Dr. P.P. Rastogi 2256238
204, Regency Avadh,
Neebu Bagh Complex,
Chowk, Lucknow
Dr. S.N. Shukla 2741386
3, Professors’ Flats,
Faizabad Road,
Lucknow
Dr. P.C. Srivastava 2358473
D- 2235, Indira Nagar,
Lucknow
pcsrivastava31@rediffmail.com
Dr. P.K. Mathur 2341147 9336405549
M.I.G., Sector ‘C’ - 1159,
Indira Nagar,
Lucknow
pkmathur_lko@rediffmail.com
Dr. R.N. Pathak 2331447
CM - 19, Sector B,
Aliganj
Lucknow
rn_pathak_1953@sifi.com
Dr. R.C. Srivastava 2781753
512/101(G), 7th Lane,
Nishat Ganj,
Lucknow
Dr. V.K. Pandey 2769356
5/465, Vikas Nagar,
Lucknow
vkpandey_48@yahoo.com
Dr. V.K. Saxena 2423825
K-03, Basera,
Aashiana, Lucknow
Dr. A.K. Singh 2780383 9415003954
510/220 New Hyderabad,
Lucknow
aksinghafhri@yahoo.com
Dr. Prem Raj 2740073
D-1, University
Staff Flats, Gokaran
Nath Road, Lucknow
Dr. A.K.S. Chauhan 2740245 9415010763
31, Badshah Bagh,
Lucknow University Campus,
Lucknow
akschauhan@hotmail.com
Dr. (Mrs.) Sudha Jain 2266797 9415022777
Dhan Kunj,
Bhawana Singh,
Shivala Road, Lucknow
Dr. Padamakant 2330460 9450362878
8/345 Vikas Nagar,
Lucknow
READERS
Dr. N.K. Khare 2354258 9415006072
B-2/2159, Indira Nagar,
Lucknow
nkhare58@gmail.com
Dr. Arun Sethi 2454108
59/2 Chandar Nagar, 2245166
Alambagh, Lucknow
Dr. R.M. Naik 2741294
02, Professors’ Flat,
Faizabad Road,
Babuganj, Lucknow
Dr. V.S. Yadav 2740228
75-A, Badshah Bagh,
Lucknow Unviersity
Campus, Lucknow
Dr. Desh Deepak 2259579
471/3, Niwaj Ganj, 2254762
Lucknow (R) 2004042
Dr. Anil Mishra 2329906 9415006008
B-70, Sector C,
Mahanagar,
Lucknow
Dr. V.K. Sharma 2300797 9415423122
3/297, Vipul Khand - 3,
Gomti Nagar,
Lucknow
vksharma21@hotmail.com
Dr. R. K. Tiwari 2422807
E-1/345, Sector H,
LDA Colony,
Kanpur Road,
Lucknow
Dr. Kaman Singh 9415409189
11, Readers’ Flat,
Babuganj, Faizabad
Road,
Lucknow
Dr.(Mrs.) Abha Bishnoi 2662777
B-64, Avas Vikas,
Rajaji Puram
Lucknow
Dr.(Mrs.) Kiran Singhal 2740073
D-1, University Staff Flats,
G.N. Road, Lucknow
kiransinghal@indiatimes.com
LECTURERS
Dr. R.N. Singh 5520476
25 Milini Park, Teachers Flat,
Lucknow University
Campus, Lucknow
rnsvk@yahoo.com
Dr. Joy Sarkar 2323324 9415408635
C-66, Sector - B,
Aliganj, Lucknow
dr.jsarkar4@rediffmail.com
Ms. Indu Saxena 9935799704
C-268,
Nirala Nagar, Lucknow
Ms. Amrita Srivastava 9415101736
B-9 Sec-H, Aliganj,
Lucknow
Dr. Sangeeta Srivastava 9415410949
Near 32 BN, PAC Buttalian II Gate,
Transport Nagar,
Kanpur Road, Lucknow
Dr. Ashok Kumar Singh 9919663856
5, Bachelors’ Flat,
University of Lucknow
Campus, Lucknow
Dr. Narendra Kumar Singh 9451949105
8/333, Vikas Nagar,
Lucknow
nksbhu@yahoo.com
GEOLOGY (PH: 2740015 Fax: 2740037)
PROFESSORS
Dr. A.R. Bhattacharya 2735656 9935486653
10/51, Bahar-A,
Sahara States,
Jankipuram, Lucknow
arb65k@rediffmail.com
Dr. A.K. Jauhri 2637648 9415111107
Head,
1, Lokmanganj,
Charbagh,
Lucknow
akjauhri@rediffmail.com
Dr. N.L. Chharbra 2735401 9452966524
2/47, Bahar-A Sahara
States, Jankipuram,
Lucknow
nichhabra@rediffmail.com


READERS
Dr. D.D. Awasthi 2712574 9453192279
11/34 Indira Nagar,
Lucknow
ddawasthi@yahoo.co.uk
Dr. K.K. Agarwal 2740088 9415321434
57 A, Badshah Bagh,
University Campus,
Lucknow
kamalagarwal73@hotmail.com
Dr. Vibhuti Rai 2371103 9415752111
B-46, Mandir Marg,
Mahanagar Extension,
Lucknow
vibhutirai@hotmail.com
Dr. Rameshwar Bali 2789046 9415111803
A-7/ 6 Nirala Nagar,
Lucknow
rameshbali@rediffmail.com
Dr. Munendra Singh 2345343 9415315185
C-210, Indira Nagar,
Lucknow
smunendra@gmail.com
Dr. Ajai Mishra 2010135 9450393719
C-2, G.N. Road,
University Teachers’ Flats,
Lucknow
Dr. Dhruv Sen Singh 2725638 9839065737
5/1205, Viram Khand,
Gomtinagar,
Lucknow
dhruvsensingh@rediffmail.com
LECTURERS
Sri Ajay Kumar Arya
P.N.: 23/24, Near Maharishi Vidya
Mandir School Sitapur Road,
Lucknow-20
ajay_kr_arya@yahoo.co.in
MATHEMATICS AND ASTRONOMY (PH: 2740019)
PROFESSORS
Dr. (Smt.) Aruna Nigam 2324850
Head,
B-1/169 , Sector G,
Aliganj, Lucknow
Dr. Ram Nivas 2410020 9889371706
E-1978, Rajaji Puram,
Lucknow rnivas@sify.com
Dr. Manju Agarwal 2331742
HIG- 79, Sector E,
Aliganj,
Lucknow
manjuak@yahoo.com
Dr. (Smt.) Kanti Pandey 2758062 9838729534
1,N.N. Mohan Housing
Society, Mausam Bagh,
Sitapur Road,
Lucknow
pandey_kanti@yahoo.com
Dr. D.P. Shukla 2732823 9450366035
C1/351 Sector G,
Jankipuram, Lucknow
Dr. Praveen Nagar 2761459 9450362679
C- 106, Sector- H,
Aliganj, Lucknow
READERS
Dr. Vivek Sahai 2370811
C- 112, Sector B,
Aliganj, Lucknow
Dr. Bhaskar Srivastava 2624892
20, Vidhan Sabha Marg,
Lucknow
Dr. Poonam Sharma 2782278
134, New Hyderabad,
Lucknow
Dr. M.M. Tripathi (on leave) 2741295
9/B, University Campus,
Lucknow University,
Lucknow
mmtripathi66@yahoo.com
Dr. R.R. Yadav 2740276 9450654820
7B Badshah Bagh,
Lucknow University
Campus, Lucknow
Dr. Meena Sahai 2370811
C- 112, Sector ‘B’,
Aliganj, Lucknow
meena_sahai@hotmail.com
Dr. Pankaj Mathur 2263675
115/ 293 Old Haiderganj,
Lucknow
Dr. Rajendra Prasad 9335105029
B1/24, Sector H,
Aliganj, Lucknow
LECTURERS
Dr. Anupma Rastogi 2653909 9235785829
27, Jai Hind Building, 2265688
Subhash Marg,
Lucknow
Dr. Alka Misra 2333418 9415580700
C1105- Sector A,
Mahanagar, Lucknow
alkamisra9@yahoo.co.in

Dr. N.V.C. Shukla 2451242 9450639931
Shaktinagar, Bhilawan,
Alambagh, Lucknow
Dr. Rekha Shrivastava 9415796964
5/100-I, Janki Puram
Extension, Sector 5, Lucknow
Dr. Swarnima Bahadur 2268159 9450659352
33, Bagh Lalji,
Nadan Mahal Road,
Lucknow
Dr. Nidhi Pandya 9450397558
17, Milni Park,
Lucknow University,
Lucknow
Shri Vineet Kumar Verma 9415764704
18, Milni Park, Lucknow
University, Lucknow
vinlko123@yahoo.co.in
Mr. Shyam Kishore 9450585578
E-1/136,Sec-B, 9450977245
Aliganj,
Lucknow
kishor_shyam_83@yahoo.co.in
Dr. Udai Pratap Rajput 9219604223
C-28, Sector- C,
Aliganj, Lucknow
Mr. Susheel Kumar 9411457292
86/A, 1079/4,
Indira Nagar, Lucknow
COMPUTER SCIENCE
PROFESSORS
Prof. Brijendra Singh 9936454607
18, Professors Flat,
Faizabad Road,
Lucknow
LECTURERS
Dr. Puneet Misra 9415159146
L-VI M/129, Sector-M,
Aliganj, Lucknow
puneetmisra@yahoo.com
Mr. S. P. Kannojia
15, Milini Park,
University of Lucknow
Lucknow
spkaannojia@india.com
PHYSICS (PH: 2325947)
PROFESSORS
Dr. D.D. Shukla 2262915
403/149, Bizen Beg
Katra, Lucknow
Dr. (Mrs.) Usha Malviya 2216141
Head, 2224332
Raj Bhavan Telephone
Exchange Road,
Kaisherbagh,
Lucknow
Dr. Pallavi Jha 2781039
440/12-1 (A) New Hyderabad,
Lucknow

Dr. U.D. Misra 2355289
K- 38 Sanjay Gandhi
Puram Faizabad
Road, Lucknow
Dr. (Mrs.) P. Bharti 2789596 9415364168
C- 259, Nirala Nagar,
Lucknow
pbharti1@rediffmail.com
READERS
Dr. M.M. Verma
B-3 Teachers Flat, 9415725291
Gokran Nath Road,
Lucknow
sunilmmv@yahoo.com
Dr. Poonam Tandon 2782653
106, Pratibha Tirath Apartment,
University Road,
Lucknow
Poonam_tandon@hotmail.com
Dr. N.K. Pandey
L-1/31 Sector B,
Aliganj Housing Scheme,
Lucknow
Dr. P.K. Rath 2373283
19, Readers Flat,
University campus Babuganj,
Lucknow
Dr. Onkar Prasad 9415001434
M-4/67, Vinay Khand,
Gomti Nagar,
Lucknow
omkarprasad1@gmail.com
Dr. Neeraj Mishra 2385148
B-981, Sector-A,
Mahanagar,
Lucknow
misraneeraj@rediffmail.com
Dr. Manisha Gupta 2331704
11,Teachers Flat,
Lucknow University Campus,
Lucknow
Dr. R.K. Shukla 2740449
22, Milni Park,
Lucknow Universituy Campus,
Lucknow
rajeshkumarshukla_100@yahoo.co.in
Dr. Rajiv Manohar 2693662 9415023080
Reader 392, 5th Street,
Rajendra Nagar,
Lucknow
Dr. Usha Bajpai 2352694 9335913885
Sai Ashray, A-1573,
Indira Nagar,
Lucknow
dr_ushabajpai@rediffmail.com
Dr. Leena Sinha 9415001435
M-4/67, Vinay Khand,
Gomti Nagar, Lucknow
Dr. A.K. Singh 9415371523
Department of Physics
Lucknow University,
Lucknow
ashoks_01@rediffmail.com
Dr. Balak Das 2282532
4/21 Vikash Khand,
Gomti Nagar,
Lucknow
bdas4569@yahoo.com
Dr. Navina Wadhwani 2214422
48, Hazaratganj, Lucknow
LECTURERS
Dr. Mahendra Kumar 9415110323
5, University Flat,
Faizabad Road,
Babuganj, Lucknow
mklu@rediffmail.com
Dr. Anchal Srivastava 2740449
22, Milni Park,
Lucknow University Campus,
Lucknow
vpsri@rediffmail.com
Dr. B. C. Yadav 9450094590
26, Milni Park ,
University of Lucknow,
Lucknow
balchandra_yadav@rediffmail.com
Dr. R.B. Singh 9415010507
A-3 Triveni Nagar,
Sitapur Road,
Lucknow
rajendrasinghrb@rediffmail.com
Dr. Punit Kumar 2342202
C-919 Indira Nagar,
Lucknow
punitkumar@hotmail.com
Dr. Jyotsana Singh
A-3 Triveni Nagar,
Sitapur Road,
Lucknow
jyo2210@yahoo.co.in
Dr. Ashees Awasthi 9415003753
8, Bachelors Flat,
Badshah Bagh,
University Campus,
Lucknow
Dr. Atul Srivastava 2325733
C-55 Sec I, Aliganj,
Lucknow
Dr. Daya Shanker 9415768779
65-Moti Nagar,
Lucknow
Dr. Amrendra Kumar 9918793685
19/756, Indira Nagar,
Lucknow
akgkp25@gmail.co.in
Dr. Chandra Kiran Gautam 9335511732
480/21, Dali Ganj,
Lucknow
gautam_ceramic@yahoo.com
STATISTICS (PH: 2740146)
PROFESSORS
Dr. R.K. Singh 6532215 9335259636
Head,
74-B, Badshah Bagh,
University Campus,
Lucknow
Dr. R. Karan Singh 2416274
D-274, Rajaji Puram,
Lucknow
ramkarans@hotmail.com
Dr. Aqil Ahmad 2327268 9415103310
C-9, Sector-C, Aliganj,
Lucknow
Dr. S. K. Pandey 2788377
B-2/3, Corporation Flats,
Nirala Nagar,
Lucknow
sunil_abha@rediffmail.com
Dr. G.G. Agarwal 2206297
Rajnigandha Apartments-II
3C, Gokhle Marg,
Lucknow
Dr. A.K. Srivastava 2266810 9415015853
15-Shastri Nagar, 2266873
Lucknow
Dr. Diwakar Shukla 9425437203
Guest House,
University Campus,
Lucknow
READERS
Dr. Rajeev Pandey 2370378 9415277411
Professor, C-136,
Sec-B, Aligang,
Lucknow
Dr. (Mrs.) Sheela Misra 2780619
510/133, New Hyderabad,
Lucknow
PROGRAMMER
Dr. Rajeev Saxena 2732200
16, Mawaiya (Durgapuri)
Lucknow-226004
ZOOLOGY PH. 2740230
PROFESSORS
Dr. (Mrs.) Nirupama Agarwal 2206297
Rajnigandha II,
3C Gokhale Marg,
Lucknow
dr_neeru_1954@yahoo.com
Dr. (Mrs.) Minakshi Srivastva 2789169
B-104/3, Nirala Nagar,
Lucknow
Dr. U.D. Sharma 9415517392
B-2, University Flats,
Gokharn Nath Road,
Lucknow
dr.u.d.shrama@gmail.com
Dr. Vinod Kumar 2225275
C-75, Aliganj,
Lucknow
READERS
Dr. A.K. Sharma 2741882
University Flat No. 15,
Babuganj, Lucknow
Dr. (Smt.) Madhu Tripathi 2380764
B-28, Sector-O,
Aliganj, Lucknow
Dr. Omkar 9415757747
14/494
Vikas Nagar
Lucknow
Dr. S.P. Trivedi 2740487 9415063431
45, Badshah Bagh,
University Campus,
Lucknow
sunil060523@rediffmail.com
Dr. Sudhir Kumar 2370813
77, Badshah Bagh
University Campus,
Lucknow
Dr. Rajni Sanwal 9415115753
B - 28, Sector - H,
Aliganj, Lucknow
Dr. Anand Murari Saxena 2357057 9415028759
12/550, Indira Nagar,
Lucknow
anandmsaxena@rediffmail.com
Dr. Sangeeta Rani
77, Badshah Bagh,
University Campus,
Lucknow
Km. Amita Kanaujia 2725523 9415030061
5/277, Viram Khand
Gomti Nagar,
Lucknow
Dr. Mohd. Serajuddin 9415871277
11/132 Vikas Nagar,
Lucknow
serajuddin2164@rediffmail.com
LECTURERS
Dr. Monisha Banerjee 6540315 9839500439
D-303, Halwasiya Utsav
Enclave, Faizabad Road,
Opp HAL,
Lucknow
banerjee_monisha@rediffmail.com
Dr. Shalie Malik 2740423 9415460668
Management Girls
Hostel, University of
Lucknow,
shalimalik@rediffmail.com
Dr. Kalpana Singh 4060822 9450466272
E-2099, Rajajipuram,
Lucknow
Dr. Mohd. Arshad
114, Moti Mahal,
Lucknow
Dr. Geetanjali Mishra 9415956692
6/S.Kunj, - 3, Saraswati Puram,
Near SGPGI, Rae Bareli Road
Lucknow

FACULTY OF COMMERCE
COMMERCE (PH.: 2740032)
PROFESSORS
Dr. D. P. Mishra 2368629
8, Brahm Nagar,
Near Daliganj Railway
Crossing, Sitapur Road,
Lucknow
Dr. A. Chatterjee 2364006 9415408105
MS/ 1/12, Sector A,
Sitapur Road Yojna,
Lucknow
Dr. Arvind Kumar 2741793
9, Readers Flat,
Babuganj, Faizabad Road,
Lucknow
Dr. Somesh Kumar Shukla 2363387
C-1/189, Sector G,
Jankipuram, Lucknow
Dr. Dinesh Sharma 2740409 9415003929
52, University Road 2741235
(Near V.C. Residence),
Lucknow
READERS
Dr. Ram Milan 2816907 9415022255
Mahipal Khera,
Arjunganj,
Lucknow
LECTURERS
Dr. Audesh Kumar 2710157 9415549827
11/934, Sector 11,
Indira Nagar,
Lucknow
Dr. Pushpendra Misra 9415103233
360/167, Matadeen Road,
Saadatganj,
Lucknow
Dr. Sunita Srivastava 2328339
73, Usman Enclave,
Sector - O, Aliganj,
Lucknow
APPLIED ECONOMICS (Ph.: 2740003)
PROFESSORS
Dr. Radhey Shyam 2741010 9415105501
Head,
Bunglow No. 52,
University Road,
Lucknow
Dr. J.V. Vaishampayan 2320478 9335902670
C-15, Sector A,
Mahanagar,
Lucknow
Dr. Nar Singh 2328033 9335902670
C-37, Nirala Nagar
Sector-B, Lucknow
READERS
Dr. Madhurima Lall 2782421
23, Mewa Nursery,
Nishatganj, Lucknow
Dr. Rachna Mujju
1- Cameron Road,
Badshah Bagh,
University Campus,
Lucknow
Dr. Archana Singh 2725300 9838564018
6/113, Vineet Khand,
Gomti Nagar, Lucknow
Dr. R.K. Maheswari 2266798 9415017364
Bhavana Singh Shivala
Road, Rajabazar,
Lucknow
Dr. V.K. Goswami 9415458594
Adarsh Nagar, Phase - I,
Near Bharat Bhawan,
Chinhat,
Lucknow
LECTURERS
Dr. Anoop Kumar Singh 9450931858
57-C, Badshah Bagh,
University Campus,
Lucknow
Dr. Bimal Jaiswal 2323715 9415089876
H I G - 138 B, Sector - E,
Aliganj,
Lucknow
Dr. Kavita Chaturvedi 2395158 9415929077
4/100, Vipul Khand,
Gomti Nagar,
Lucknow
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (PH. & Fax.: 2740246)
PROFESSORS
Dr. B.L. Bajpai 2762028
Head,
C-64, Sector J,
Aliganj, Lucknow
Dr. J.K. Sharma 2782278 9839065381
134, New Hyderabad,
Lucknow
READERS
Dr. Sanjay Medhavi 2327248 9335911393
M-1/3 Sector B,
Aliganj,
Lucknow
LECTURERS
Dr. Ritu Narang 2327248 9839010227
Flat No.12,
Prem Apartment,
10 Sapru Marg,
Lucknow
Dr. Ajay Prakash 2208009 9415189033
7-Way line
Japlin Road,
Lucknow
ajayprakash@gmail.com
Mr. Rajeev Saxena 2421368 9415519358
B1/269, Sector-H,
L.D.A. Coloney,
Lucknow
Dr. Nishant Kumar 9452270824
Provost Residence,
Balrampur Hostel,
4 Kaiserbagh,
Lucknow
Mr. Shailesh Kaushal 9411390989
11-Reader Flat,
Faizabad Road,
Lucknow
Mr. Mohd. Anees 9415179375
476/6 B, Sitapur Road,
Khadra,
Lucknow
FACULTY OF LAW
II Campus, Sitapur Road, Lucknow
Ph. 2732316 / 2363113
PROFESSORS
Dr. A.K. Awasthi 2353079
Dean and Head
C-819, Indira Nagar,
Lucknow
Prof. Balraj Chauhan (on leave) 2740180 9839013710
45, University Campus,
Lucknow
Prof S.K. Singh 2741555 9450000012
33-A Badshah Bagh,
University Campus
Lucknow
READERS
Dr. Ravi Robert Lyall 2615199
10, J.C. Bose Marg,
Lucknow
Dr. Om Narain Mishra 2288050
372, Radha Krishna
Lane, Narhi, Lucknow
Dr. C.P. Singh 2732316, 9450901400
Sherwani Nagar, 2365419
Sitapur Road,
Lucknow
Dr. D.N.N.S. Yadav 2700488
19, Dwarikapuri,
Sector 8, Indira Nagar,
Lucknow
LECTURERS
Dr. R.B. Jaiswal 6537426 9450184632
401, Teachers Flat
II Campus, LU.
Lucknow
Dr. R.K. Verma 9415671176
402, Teachers Flat,
LU II Campus,
Sitapur Road,
Lucknow
Dr. C.P. Singh 2732316 9450901400
103, Professors Flats, 2365419
New Campus,
Sitapur Road,
Lucknow
Sri B.D. Singh 9475578603
304, Professors Flats,
Lucknow
Sri Ashok Kumar Sonker 9935326599
404, Teachers Flat,
LU II Campus,
Sitapur Road,
Lucknow
Sri Rakesh Kumar Singh 9415027528
3/458, Sector H,
Jankipuram,
Lucknow
Sri Vineeta Kacher
Department of Law
Lucknow University
II Campus,
Lucknow
Dr. Shefali Yadav (on leave) 2700488
403 Teachers Flat
II, Campus
Lucknow
Sri Mahendra Kumar 2361909 945011283
302, Teachers Flats,
II Campus, LU,
Sitapur Road,
Lucknow
Sri Raj Kumar Singh 9415027528
14, University Readers Flat,
Faizabad Road,
Lucknow
Sri Kamal Ahmad Khan 9415470841
Nawab Jafar Meer Abdullah,
Campus, Sheesh Mahal,
Husainabad,
Lucknow
Km. Sudarshan Verma 9415470836
C/o Dinesh Mittal,
C-2/323 Sector F,
Jankipuram,
Lucknow

Sri A.K. Vishwakarma 2363651 9415790910
402, Teachers Flat,
LU II Campus,
Sitapur Road,
Lucknow
Muhammed Ahamad 9415836113
Plot No. 2 Janki Puram
Sector 6 Near Mustafa Masjid
Sar Sayyed Nagar,
Lucknow
Manish Singh 9451251925
403, Teachers Flat,
LU II Campus,
Sitapur Road,
Lucknow
Dr. Nand Kishore 2269560
244/ 28, Har Prasad Bhawan,
Rakab Gang Krishna Bazar,
Lucknow
Dr. N.N. Singh 9415589987
202, Teachers Flat,
LU II Campus,
Sitapur Road, Lucknow
Sri P.C. Yadav 9415873239
102, Teachers Flat,
LU II Campus,
Sitapur Road,
Lucknow
Sri Kishori Lal 9935558231
5/103 Sector-H Janki Puram
Near Sahara State,
Lucknow
Sri H.C. Ram 9936744665
LU II Campus,
Sitapur Road, Lucknow
Dr. Satish Chandra 9453075032
C/o Smt. Usha Tewari
557/30C The Model School
Om Nagar, Alambagh,
Lucknow
Sri Rajiv Singh Rathi 9411007648
C-9, Sec.-P
Aliganj,
Lucknow
Sri Anurag Kumar Srivastava 9453075032
House No. 19/102,
New Malhar Sahara State,
Janki Puram,
Lucknow
Mr. B.N. Misra 2262182 9415756639
House No. 347/59
Old Tikait Ganj
Near Bulaki Adda,
Bazar Khala, Lucknow-4
Mr. D.N Srivastava 6529978
3/436, Sector-H,
Jankipuram, Lucknow
Sri O.P. Srivastava 9415101819
House No. 535 Ka/118
Indira Nagri, Sector-C Aliganj
Scheme, Lucknow
Sri M.M. Mustazahar (on leave) 9335281263

FACULTY OF EDUCATION
EDUCATION (Ph.: 2740391, 2740450)
PROFESSORS
Dr. U.C. Vashishtha 2740036 9415521737
15, Badshahbagh,
Lucknow University Campus,
Lucknow
umeshsudha@sify.com
umeshvashishtha@yahoo.co.in
Mrs. Saroj Anand 2347162 9335233788
Head,
C-1172, Indira Nagar,
Lucknow anandsaroj@rediffmail.com
Dr. Akhilesh Chaube 2400475 9935506752
Dean,
“Karma Bhumi” B-955,
Sector A, Mahanagar,
Lucknow
akhileshchaube@gmail.com
Dr. Subodh Kumar 2359053 9415469711
House No. 4, Nandini Vihar,
Sector - 12, Indira Nagar,
Lucknow sub_k2000@yahoo.com

Dr. Nidhi Bala 2740229 9415561573
72, A, Badshahbagh,
Lucknow University Campus,
Lucknow
nidhi_edu@rediffmail.com
Dr. M. Varma 2740035 9415764680
D-3,Teacher Flat Campus,
Gokhran Nath Road,
University of Lucknow,
Lucknow
READERS
Dr. Kum Kum Srivastava 2471284 9415435215
3, Badshah Bagh,
Lucknow University Campus,
Lucknow
Dr. K.C. Sahoo (On Leave)
Vinaya Bhawan Shantiniketan,
Lucknow
Dr. Anil Shukla 2741296 9415180307
7 “A”, Professors’ Bungalow,
University of Lucknow Campus,
Lucknow
anil2000shukla@yahoo.com
Dr. Amita Bajpai 2740045 9936651290
72 “A”, Badshah Bagh,
Lucknow University Campus,
Lucknow
amitabajpai@rediffmail.com
Dr. Reena Agarwal 2310721
A-761, Indira Nagar
Lucknow
Dr. Nupur Sen 2302254 9839136897
4/30, Vipul Khand,
Gomti Nagar,
Lucknow
sennupur@yahoo.com
Dr. Tripta Trivedi 2738838
4/503, Vikas Nagar,
Kursi Road,
Lucknow
triptatrivedi2002@yahoo.com
Dr. Sarnath Singh 9415981120
Flat No 303, Teacher Residency,
New Campus
Lucknow University
Lucknow
LECTURERS
Dr. Dinesh Kumar 9415064095
29,C, Badshahbagh,
University Campus,
Lucknow
dkumariaselu@yahoo.com
Dr. Archana Agarwal 2391054 9839088047
1/62 A, Vijay Khand,
Gomti Nagar,
Lucknow
agarwal_a_3@yahoo.co.in
Dr. Aparna Godbole 2364419 9839041493
D-4, Sector K, Aliganj,
Lucknow
aparna_mandlekar@yahoo.co.in
Dr. Aradhana Pandey 2759850 9450457824
1/3, Sector-D,
Priyadarshini Colony,
Sitapur Road Yojna,
Lucknow
Dr. Kiranlata Dangwal 2327587 9450093586
B-1/140 Sector-G, Aliganj,
Lucknow
kldangwal@yahoo.co.in
Prof. M.S. Sodha 2788033
(FNA, Padamshree)
Visiting Professor
B-113, Nirala Nagar,
Lucknow
Mr. Gangaram Shukla 2713267
Research Assistant,
40, Swaroop Vihar,
Lucknow
FACULTY OF FINE ARTS
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND CRAFTS (PH.: 2740475)
DEAN
Dr. P. Rajeevnayan 2361022 9415103475
Principal,
C-2, M/81, Sector B,
Sitapur Road Yojna,
Lucknow
FACULTY OF FINE ARTS
LECTURERS
Sri G. D. Sharma 2740043
Staff Quarter No. 9, 2740115
College of Arts &
Crafts Campus,
Lucknow
Sri Manohar Lal Bhugra 2740110 9956009540
Head,
Staff Quarter No. 7,
College of Crafts &
Arts Campus, Lucknow
Sri Rajendra Prasad 2363269 9838521100
M-II/110, Sector I,
Sitapur Road, Scheme,
Jankipuram, Lucknow
Sri Umesh Kumar Saxena 2443649 9415063514
F-11, South City,
Lucknow
Sri Alok Kumar 2365796 9839136646
Priyamvada Center for Arts,
D 1/165, Sector F,
Jankipuram,
Lucknow
Dr. Anita Kanojia 9838770906
392/3, B/5 Gopal Nagar,
Telibagh,
Lucknow
Smt. Neeta Kumar 2389189 9839189333
167, Church Avenue,
Shekhpura,
Aligang,
Lucknow
Sri Ratan Kumar 2740471 9450501500
Staff Quarter No. 3,
College of Arts & Crafts Campus,
Lucknow
INSTRUCTOR
Sri Niaz Ahmed 2651095 9415928099
26, Gali Meer Mata,
Lucknow
COMMERCIAL ARTS
LECTURERS
Sri Ravi Kant Pandey 2355004 9450410551
C-2012 Indira Nagar,
Lucknow
Sri Bhupesh Chandra 2329034 9415107537
Little Lecturer,
L-1/45, Sector B,
Aliganj, Lucknow
Sri Azad Kumar Sonker 2740253 9450903861
Staff Quarter No. 1,
College of Arts & Crafts Campus,
Lucknow
SCULPTURE
LECTURERS
Sri P. Rajive Nayan 2361022 9415103475
C-2, M/81, Sector B,
Sitapur Road Yojna,
Lucknow
Sri Dharmendra Kumar 2389189 9839277151
1, Church Avenue,
Vishnupuri, Aliganj,
Lucknow
Sri Laljeet Aheer 2740016 9451778680
Staff Quarter No- 8College of Arts &
Crafts Campus,
Lucknow
Smt Vibhawari Singh 2333917 9335044302
Staff Quarter No-10,
College of Arts &
Crafts Campus, Lucknow
HOME ARTS & HOME CRAFTS SECTION
LECTURERS
Smt. Rekha Yadav 2740389
Banglow No. 2,
College of Arts & Crafts Campus,
Lucknow
Smt. Poonam Ravi Jaiswal
2/228, Viram Khand,
Gomati Nagar,
Lucknow

CRAFTS SECTION
LECTURER
Sri B. L. Pal
House No. 503/91,
Baraulia, Daliganj, Lucknow
INSTRUCTORS
Sri S. M. B. Zaidi 2248032 9450638302
444/125/2 Kha/1,
Ali-Colony, Thakurganj,
Lucknow
Sri Amar Nath Gaur 9839054970
C-2083/8, Indira Nagar,
Lucknow
Sri Shabeeh Abbas 9415197304
164/73, Hata Faqueer
Mohd. Haider, Mirza Road,
Golaganj, Lucknow
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
Sri P. N. Yadav 2740475
Staff Quarter No. 7, 2740241
College of Arts & Crafts Campus,
Lucknow
LIBRARIAN
Dr. Narain Singh 2751260 9335527526
Somvanshi Bhavan,
Near Dangwal Gas,
Kanchana Behari Marg,
Kalyanpur, Lucknow

Saturday, April 10, 2010

LUCKNOW UNIVERSITY E.C.MEMBERS NEW LIST


.No. Name of Member Affiliation From To Contact
1 Prof. M.K. Mishra Vice Chancellor 2740411, 2740069,
2 Prof. U. N. Dwivedi Pro Vice Chancellor 9415022445
3 Mr. P.Rajivnayan
Faculty of Fine Arts Dean, Faculty of Fine Arts 19-8-2009 18-8-2010 9415102475
4 Prof. A.K. Awasthi
Department of Law Dean, Faculty of Law 19-8-2009 18-8-2010 9415485006
5 Prof. K.C. Snehi
Department of Hindi Department of Hindi 20-8-2009 19-8-2010 9415548256
6 Prof. Padam Kant
Department of Chemistry 8/345 Vikas Nagar Lucknow 21-10-2009 20-10-2010
7 Dr. Ram Milan
Department of Commerce Maahipal Khera, Arjunganj Lucknow 21-8-2009 20-8-2010 9415522255
8 Dr. V.K. Goswami
Dett of Applied Economics Adarsh Nagar Phase 1, Chinhat, Lucknow 21-10-2009 20-10-2010 9415458594
9 Prof. Harsh Mohan
Department of Economics D-14 Vivekanand Puri Lucknow 1-1-2010 31-12-2010 2323712
10 Prof. Yashbir Tyagi
Department of Economics 7 Professors Flats Faizabad Road Lucknow 10-8-2009 9-8-2010 9919750344
11 Dr. A.N. Singh
Reader in Social Work 1/135 Viram Khand, Gomtinagar, Lucknow 4-1-2010 3-1-2011 9415235522
12 Dr. R.R. Layal
Reader in Law 10, J.C. Bose Marg, Lucknow 4-1-2010 3-1-2011 9415516974
13 Dr. Himanshu Sen
Department of Hindi 25, Milni Park University Campus Lucknow 17-6-2009 16-6-2010 9839169831
14 Dr. Banshi Dhar Singh
Department of Law 304, Professors Flats LU 2nd Campus, Lucknow 12-6-2009 11-6-2010 9475578603
15 Dr. E.S. Charles
Principal, IT PG College IT College, Faizabad Road, Lucknow 30-12-2009 29-12-2010 9415003328
16 Sri. Anil Kumar Singh A-1/1, Vishal Khand, Gomtinagar, Lucknow 21-3-2010 20-3-2013 9838002015
17 Sri. Suresh Chandra Tewari 554/90, Chota Barha, Alambagh, Lko &
1, Sriram Vihar, Kailash Puri, Alambagh, Lucknow 21-3-2010 20-3-2013 9415607355
18 Sri. Jivendra Nath Kaul A-583, Lekhraj Marg, Mazar Road, Indiranagar, Lko. 21-3-2010 20-3-2013 0522-2311371
19 Dr. Surya Kant 49-B, Jagat Narain Road, Lucknow 21-3-2010 20-3-2013 0522-2258059
20 Mr. Ashok Nigam
Government Nominee
Additional Solicitor General 4/35, Vishal Khand,Gomtinagar,Lucknow 28-1-2009 27-1-2011 9839025054
21 Mr. T.N. Dhar
Government Nominee 27 B/5 Jopling Road, Lucknow 28-1-2009 27-1-2011 2207188
2286661
22 Mr. Ram Advani
Government Nominee 5 New Lawrence Terrace, Ashok Marg, Lucknow 28-1-2009 27-1-2011 2624057
2623511
23 Mr. Justice Nomination not yet received

24 Mr. G.P. Tripathi Registrar 9450927090
25 Dr. J. Singh Finance Officer 9415332415

Lucknow University Teachers' Association


President Dr. Anil Shukla 9415180307
Vice-Presidents Dr. Kum Kum Mishra
Dr. Ratan Kumar
Dr. Laljeet Aher 9415020461
9450501500
9451778680
General Secretary Dr. Ajai Mishra 9450393719
Joint Secretary Dr. D.K. Singh
Dr. Kiran L. Dangwal
Dr. Mohd. Ahmed 9415105062
9450093586
9415826113
Treasurer Dr. Ram Milan 9415022255
Faculty Representatives
Arts Dr. Rakesh Dwevedi
Dr. Arif Ayyubi
Dr. A. A. Islahee
Dr.Taqi Ali Abidi 9415520169
9839022405
9453061943
9839392371
Science Dr. Alka Mishra
Dr. Asheesh Awasthi
Dr. Jyotsna Singh 05222333418
9415003753
9415470590
Commerce Dr. Sunita Srivastava 9305417912
Law Dr. B. N. Mishra 9415756639
Education Dr. Arpana Godbole 9839041493
Fine Arts Dr. Vibhavari Singh 9305035318
Lucknow University Teachers' Association

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

FACULTY OF COMMERCE


FACULTY OF COMMERCE
COMMERCE (PH.: 2740032)
PROFESSORS
Dr. A. Chatterjee HEAD 2364006 9415408105
MS/ 1/12, Sector A,
Sitapur Road Yojna,
Lucknow
Dr. Arvind Kumar 2741793
9, Readers Flat,
Babuganj, Faizabad Road,
Lucknow
Dr. Somesh Kumar Shukla 2363387
C-1/189, Sector G,
Jankipuram, Lucknow
Dr. Dinesh Sharma 2740409 9415003929
52, University Road 2741235
(Near V.C. Residence),
Lucknow
READERS
Dr. Ram Milan 2816907 9415022255
Mahipal Khera,
Arjunganj,
Lucknow
LECTURERS
Dr. Audesh Kumar 2710157 9415549827
11/934, Sector 11,
Indira Nagar,
Lucknow
Dr. Pushpendra Misra 9415103233
360/167, Matadeen Road,
Saadatganj,
Lucknow
Dr. Sunita Srivastava 2328339
73, Usman Enclave,
Sector - O, Aliganj,
Lucknow
APPLIED ECONOMICS (Ph.: 2740003)
PROFESSORS
Dr. Radhey Shyam 2741010 9415105501
Head,
Bunglow No. 52,
University Road,
Lucknow
Dr. J.V. Vaishampayan DEAN 2320478 9335902670
C-15, Sector A,
Mahanagar,
Lucknow
Dr. Nar Singh 2328033 9335902670
C-37, Nirala Nagar
Sector-B, Lucknow
READERS
Dr. Madhurima Lall 2782421
23, Mewa Nursery,
Nishatganj, Lucknow
Dr. Rachna Mujju
1- Cameron Road,
Badshah Bagh,
University Campus,
Lucknow
Dr. Archana Singh 2725300 9838564018
6/113, Vineet Khand,
Gomti Nagar, Lucknow
Dr. R.K. Maheswari 2266798 9415017364
Bhavana Singh Shivala
Road, Rajabazar,
Lucknow
Dr. V.K. Goswami 9415458594
Adarsh Nagar, Phase - I,
Near Bharat Bhawan,
Chinhat,
Lucknow
LECTURERS
Dr. Anoop Kumar Singh 9450931858
57-C, Badshah Bagh,
University Campus,
Lucknow
Dr. Bimal Jaiswal 2323715 9415089876
H I G - 138 B, Sector - E,
Aliganj,
Lucknow
Dr.Gitika Kapoor BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (PH. & Fax.: 2740246)
PROFESSORS
Dr. J.K. Sharma HEAD 2782278 9839065381
134, New Hyderabad,
Lucknow
READERS
Dr. Sanjay Medhavi 2327248 9335911393
M-1/3 Sector B,
Aliganj,
Lucknow
LECTURERS
Dr. Ritu Narang 2327248 9839010227
Flat No.12,
Prem Apartment,
10 Sapru Marg,
Lucknow
Dr. Ajay Prakash 2208009 9415189033
7-Way line
Japlin Road,
Lucknow
ajayprakash@gmail.com
Mr. Rajeev Saxena 2421368 9415519358
B1/269, Sector-H,
L.D.A. Coloney,
Lucknow
Dr. Nishant Kumar 9452270824
Provost Residence,
Balrampur Hostel,
4 Kaiserbagh,
Lucknow
Mr. Shailesh Kaushal 9411390989
11-Reader Flat,
Faizabad Road,
Lucknow
Mr. Mohd. Anees 9415179375
476/6 B, Sitapur Road,
Khadra,
Lucknow

Monday, April 5, 2010

LUCKNOW UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATED COLLEGES


S. No. LU COLLEGE PHONE EMAIL
• 1 Adarsh Balika Degree College
9415170162 adarsh@lkouniv.ac.in

• 2 Amiruddaula Islamia Degree College
2272139 9415083299 islamia@lkouniv.ac.in

• 3 AP Sen Memorial Girls Degree College
2635578 apsen@lkouniv.ac.in

• 4 Arjunganj Vidya Mandir Degree College
arjunganj@lkouniv.ac.in

• 5 Aryavart Institute for Higher Education
3297989, 9415005371 aryavart@lkouniv.ac.in

• 6 Avadh Girls Degree College
2236291 2229470 agdc@lkouniv.ac.in

• 7 Azad Degree College
2817608, 2202778 azad@lkouniv.ac.in

• 8 Baba Saheb Bhimrao Ambedkar Law College
6529755, 3209206 bsb_ambedkar@lkouniv.ac.in

• 9 Baby Martin Girls Degree College
babymartin@lkouniv.ac.in

• 10 Basudev Memorial Girls Degree College
basudev@lkouniv.ac.in

• 11 Bhal Chand Institute of Education and Management
9335808916, 941502214 bhalchand@lkouniv.ac.in

• 12 Bhartiya Vidya Bhawan Girls College
2300591 bhartiya_vidya@lkouniv.ac.in

• 13 Bright Career Educational Institute
2248778 bright_career@lkouniv.ac.in

• 14 BSNV PG College
2635513 9453012981 bsnvpg@lkouniv.ac.in

• 15 Career College Of Management And Education
4009099 career_manage@lkouniv.ac.in

• 16 Career Convent Girls Degree College
2768930 career_convent@lkouniv.ac.in

• 17 Central Womens' College Of Education
2447337 central_women@lkouniv.ac.in

• 18 Chandra Bhanu Gupt Krishi Degree College
945420303 cbgupta@lkouniv.ac.in

• 19 City Academy Degree College
3231096 9415400276 city_degree@lkouniv.ac.in

• 20 City Academy Law College
3231096 9415400276 city_law@lkouniv.ac.in

• 21 City College of Management
3231096 9415400276 city_manage@lkouniv.ac.in

• 22 CMS Girls Degree College
2435690, 212888 cms@lkouniv.ac.in

• 23 DAV Degree College
2691571 dav@lkouniv.ac.in

• 24 Dr. Asha Smriti Degree College
2818677 asha_smriti@lkouniv.ac.in

• 25 Dr.Rajendra Prasad Memorial Degree College
2411350, 4066989, 9415168383 rajendra@lkouniv.ac.in

• 26 Durga Siksha Niketan Degree College
9919445676 durga_bkt@lkouniv.ac.in

• 27 Durga Siksha Niketan Girls Degree College
9919445676 durga_gomti@lkouniv.ac.in

• 28 Eram Girls Degree College
2384254, 2346099 eram@lkouniv.ac.in

• 29 Era's College Of Law
era_law@lkouniv.ac.in

• 30 Era's College Of Management
era_manage@lkouniv.ac.in

• 31 Excel Law College
9935311644 excel@lkouniv.ac.in

• 32 GSRM Memorial Degree College
3950194 gsrm@lkouniv.ac.in

• 33 Guru Nanak Dev Girls Degree College
2683809, 3208038 guru_nanak@lkouniv.ac.in

• 34 Gyan College Of Mangement
6590796 9839255555 gyan_manage@lkouniv.ac.in

• 35 Gyanoday Degree College
9335260112 gyanoday@lkouniv.ac.in

• 36 Hiralal Yadav Girls Degree College
9415468242, 9452241953, 9415797940, 2476236 hiralal_girls@lkouniv.ac.in

• 37 Hiralal Yadav Law College
9415468242, 9452241953 9415797940 2476236 hiralal_law@lkouniv.ac.in

• 38 Innovative College of Management
innovative@lkouniv.ac.in

• 39 IT College
2321107 itpg@lkouniv.ac.in

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Monday, March 29, 2010

Indian Budget 2010-11 (February 26, 2010)

Indian Budget 2010-11- Full Text of Budget Speech
Pranab Mukherjee, Minister of Finance (February 26, 2010)
Madam Speaker, I rise to present the Union Budget for 2010-11.

In 2009, when I presented the interim Budget in February and the regular Budget in July in this august House, the Indian economy was facing grave uncertainties. Growth had started decelerating and the business sentiment was weak. The economy's capacity to sustain high growth was under serious threat from the widespread economic slowdown in the developed world.

2. It was not clear to us, as also to the policy makers in many other countries, how this crisis would eventually unfold. What would be its impact on the growth momentum of the Indian economy? How soon will we be able to turnaround the fortunes of our economy? The short term global outlook was bleak and the consensus was that year 2009 would face the brunt of this crisis across the world.

3. At home, there was added uncertainty on account of the delayed and sub-normal south-west monsoon, which had undermined the kharif crop in the country. There were concerns about production and prices of food items and its possible repercussions on the growth of rural demand.

4. Today, as I stand before you, I can say with confidence that we have weathered these crises well. Indian economy now is in a far better position than it was a year ago. That is not to say that the challenges today are any less than what they were nine months ago when UPA under the leadership of Mrs Sonia Gandhi was elected back to power and Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh formed the Government for the second term.

5. The three challenges and the medium term perspective that I had outlined in my last Budget Speech remain relevant, even today. These would continue to engage the Indian policy-planners for the next few years.

6. The first challenge before us is to quickly revert to the high GDP growth path of 9 per cent and then find the means to cross the 'double digit growth barrier'. This calls for imparting a fresh momentum to the impressive recovery in growth witnessed in the past few months. In this endeavour, I seek Lord Indra's help to make the recovery more broad-based in the coming months.

7. Growth is only as important as what it enables us to do and be. Therefore, the second challenge is to harness economic growth to consolidate the recent gains in making development more inclusive. The thrust imparted to the development of infrastructure in rural areas has to be pursued to achieve the desired objectives within a fixed time frame.

8. We have to strengthen food security, improve education opportunities and provide health facilities at the level of households, both in rural and urban areas. These are issues that require significant resources, and we have to find those resources.

9. The third challenge relates to the weaknesses in government systems, structures and institutions at different levels of governance. Indeed, in the coming years, if there is one factor that can hold us back in realising our potential as a modern nation, it is the bottleneck of our public delivery mechanisms. There have been many initiatives in this regard, in different sectors, at different points of time. Some of them have been effective in reforming the way the Government works in those areas. But we have a long way to go before we can rest on this count.

10. The Union Budget cannot be a mere statement of Government accounts. It has to reflect the Government's vision and signal the policies to come in future.

11. With development and economic reforms, the focus of economic activity has shifted towards the non-governmental actors, bringing into sharper focus the role of Government as an enabler.

12. An enabling Government does not try to deliver directly to the citizens everything that they need. Instead it creates an enabling ethos so that individual enterprise and creativity can flourish. Government concentrates on supporting and delivering services to the disadvantaged sections of the society.

13. It is this broad conceptualisation of the Budget that informs my speech today. I would now begin by presenting a brief overview of the economy.


PART A

I. OVERVIEW OF THE ECONOMY ... Read

II. CONSOLIDATING GROWTH ... Read

III. INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT ... Read

IV. STRENGTHENING TRANSPARENCY & PUBLIC ACCOUNTABILTY ... Read

V. BUDGET ESTIMATES 2010-11... Read

PART B

TAX PROPOSALS ... Read

a) DIRECT TAXES ... Read

b) INDIRECT TAXES ... Read

XIV. CONCLUSION... Read


Indian Budget 2010-11- Full Text- February 26, 2010

Overview of the Economy

14. Yesterday, I laid on the table of the House the Economic Survey, which gives a detailed analysis of the economic situation of the country over the past twelve months. I intend to highlight only a few salient features that form the backdrop of this Budget.

15. The fiscal year 2009-10 was a challenging year for the Indian economy. The significant deceleration in the second half of 2008-09, brought the real GDP growth down to 6.7 per cent, from an average of over 9 per cent in the preceding three years. We were among the first few countries in the world to implement a broad-based counter-cyclic policy package to respond to the negative fallout of the global slowdown. It included a substantial fiscal expansion along with liberal monetary policy support.

16. The effectiveness of these policy measures became evident with fast paced recovery. The economy stabilised in the first quarter of 2009-10 itself, when it clocked a GDP growth of 6.1 per cent, as against 5.8 per cent in the fourth quarter of the preceding year. It registered a strong rebound in the second quarter, when the growth rate rose to 7.9 per cent. With the Advance Estimates placing the likely growth for 2009-10 at 7.2 per cent, we are indeed vindicated in our policy stand. The final figure may well turn out to be higher when the third and fourth quarter GDP estimates for 2009-10 become available.

17. This recovery is very encouraging for it has come about despite a negative growth in the agriculture sector. More importantly, it is the result of a renewed momentum in the manufacturing sector and marks the rise of this sector as the growth driver of the economy. The growth rate in manufacturing in December 2009 was 18.5 per cent— the highest in the past two decades. There are also signs of a turnaround in the merchandise exports with a positive growth in November and December 2009 after a decline of about twelve successive months. Export figures for January are also encouraging. Significant private investment can now be expected to provide the engine for sustaining a growth of 9 per cent per annum. With some luck, I hope to breach the 10 per cent mark in not-too-distant a future.

18. A major concern during the second half of 2009-10 has been the emergence of double digit food inflation. There was a momentum in food prices since the flare-up of global commodity prices preceding the financial crisis in 2008, but it was expected that the agriculture season beginning June 2009 would help in moderating the food inflation. However, the erratic monsoons and drought like conditions in large parts of the country reinforced the supply side bottlenecks in some of the essential commodities. This set in motion inflationary expectations. Since December 2009, there have been indications of these high food prices, together with the gradual hardening of the fuel product prices, getting transmitted to other non-food items as well. The inflation data for January seems to have confirmed this trend.

19. Government is acutely conscious of this situation and has set in motion steps, in consultation with the State chief ministers, which should bring down the inflation in the next few months and ensure that there is better management of food security in the country.

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CONSOLIDATING GROWTH

20. Managing a complex economy is a difficult task, more so when it is a growing economy in a globalised world. And yet, choices have to be made and they have to be well-timed.

21. After successfully managing the effects of the global slowdown, we need to strengthen the domestic macroeconomic environment to help consolidate the rebound in growth and sustain it over the medium term. We need to review the stimulus imparted to the economy and move towards the preferred path of fiscal consolidation that facilitated the remarkable growth in the pre-crisis five year period. We need to make growth more broad-based and ensure that supply-demand imbalances are better managed.

Fiscal Consolidation

22. The success of the fiscal stimulus in supporting domestic demand could be traced to its composition. The approach of the Government was to increase the disposable income in the hands of the people by effecting reductions in indirect taxes and by expanding public expenditure on programmes like the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme and rural infrastructure. Now that the recovery has taken root, there is a need to review public spending, mobilise resources and gear them towards building the productivity of the economy.

23. In shaping the fiscal policy for 2010-11, I have acted on the recommendations of the Thirteenth Finance Commission. It has recommended a calibrated exit strategy from the expansionary fiscal stance of last two years. The Commission has recommended a capping of the combined debt of the Centre and the States at 68 per cent of the GDP to be achieved by 2014-15.

24. As a part of the fiscal consolidation process, it would be for the first time that the Government would target an explicit reduction in its domestic public debt-GDP ratio. I intend to bring out, within six months, a status paper giving a detailed analysis of the situation and a road map for curtailing the overall public debt. This would be followed by an annual report on the subject.

Tax reforms

25. I am happy to inform the Honourable Members that the process for building a simple tax system with minimum exemptions and low rates designed to promote voluntary compliance, is now nearing completion. On the Direct Tax Code the wide-ranging discussions with stakeholders have been concluded. I am confident that the Government will be in a position to implement the Direct Tax Code from April 1, 2011.

26. On Goods and Services Tax, we have been focusing on generating a wide consensus on its design. In November, 2009 the Empowered Committee of the State Finance Ministers placed the first discussion paper on GST in the public domain. The Thirteenth Finance Commission has also made a number of significant recommendations relating to GST, which will contribute to the ongoing discussions. We are actively engaged with the Empowered Committee to finalise the structure of GST as well as the modalities of its expeditious implementation. It will be my earnest endeavour to introduce GST along with the DTC in April, 2011.

People's ownership of PSUs

27. While presenting the Budget for 2009-10, I invited people to participate in Government's disinvestment programme to share in the wealth and prosperity of the Central Public Sector Undertakings.

28. Since then, ownership has been broad based in Oil India Limited, NHPC, NTPC and Rural Electrification Corporation while the process is on for National Mineral Development Corporation and Satluj Jal Vidyut Nigam. The Government will raise about Rs.25,000 crore during the current year. Through this process, I propose to raise a higher amount during the year 2010-11. The proceeds will be utilised to meet the capital expenditure requirements of social sector schemes for creating new assets.

29. Listing of Central Public Sector Undertakings improves corporate governance, besides unlocking the value for all stakeholders—the government, the company and the shareholders. Market capitalization of five companies which have been listed since October, 2004 has increased by 3.8 times from the book value of Rs.78,841 crore to Rs.2,98,929 crore.

30. The effective management of public expenditure by bringing it in line with the Government's objectives is a part of the fiscal consolidation process. This calls for proper targeting of subsidies and expenditure adjustment.

Fertiliser subsidy

31. I had announced the intent of the Government for the fertiliser sector in my Budget Speech of 2009. A Nutrient Based Subsidy policy for the fertiliser sector has since been approved by the Government and will become effective from April 1, 2010. This policy is expected to promote balanced fertilization through new fortified products and focus on extension services by the fertiliser industry. This will lead to an increase in agricultural productivity and consequently better returns for the farmers. Over time, the policy is expected to reduce volatility in the demand for fertiliser subsidy in addition to containing the subsidy bill. Government will ensure that nutrient based fertiliser prices for transition year 2010-11, will remain around MRPs currently prevailing. The new system will move towards direct transfer of subsidies to the farmers.

Petroleum and Diesel pricing policy

32. In the last Budget, the constitution of an Expert Group, to advise the Government on a viable and sustainable system of pricing of petroleum products, was announced. The Group headed by Shri Kirit Parikh has submitted its recommendations to the Government. Decision on these recommendations will be taken by my colleague, the Minister of Petroleum & Natural Gas, in due course.

33. I am very happy to inform the Honourable Members that we have not only adhered to the fiscal roadmap that I had presented as a part of the Budget documents last year, but we have improved upon it. Except for meeting the liabilities of the year 2008-09, we have not issued oil or fertiliser bonds. I shall come to the numbers when I refer to the budget estimates a little later.
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Indian Budget 2010-11- Full Text- February 26, 2010

INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT

72. For the UPA Government, inclusive development is an act of faith. In the last five years, our Government has created entitlements backed by legal guarantees for an individual's right to information and her right to work. This has been followed-up with the enactment of the right to education in 2009-10. As the next step, we are now ready with the draft Food Security Bill which will be placed in the public domain very soon. To fulfil these commitments the spending on social sector has been gradually increased to Rs.1,37,674 crore which now stands at 37 per cent of the total plan outlay in 2010-11. Another 25 per cent of the plan allocations are devoted to the development of rural infrastructure. With growth and the opportunities that it generates, we hope to further strengthen the process of inclusive development.

Education

73. The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 creates a framework for legal entitlements for all children in the age group of 6 to 14 years to education of good quality, based on principles of equity and non-discrimination. In recent years, Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) has made significant contribution in improving enrolment and infrastructure for elementary education. About 98 per cent of habitations are now covered by primary schools. I propose to increase the plan allocation for school education from Rs.26,800 crore in 2009-10 to Rs.31,036 crore in 2010-11. In addition, States will have access to Rs.3,675 crore for elementary education under the Thirteenth Finance Commission grants for 2010-11.

Health

74. An Annual Health Survey to prepare the District Health Profile of all Districts shall be conducted in 2010-11. The findings of the Survey should be of immense benefit to major public health initiatives particularly the National Rural Health Mission, which has successfully addressed the gaps in the delivery of critical health services in rural areas.

75. I propose to increase the plan allocation for the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, from Rs.19,534 crore to Rs.22,300 crore for 2010-11.


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STRENGTHENING TRANSPARENCY & PUBLIC ACCOUNTABILTY

100. The UPA Government has made a serious attempt to create an environment that supports transparency and accountability in the working of the public institutions in the country. As Honourable Members are aware, a number of legislative and administrative measures have been taken in this regard.

Financial Sector Legislative Reforms Commission

101. Most of our legislations governing the financial sector are very old. Large number of amendments to these Acts made at different points of time has also increased ambiguity and complexity. The Government proposes to set up a Financial Sector Legislative Reforms Commission to rewrite and clean up the financial sector laws to bring them in line with the requirements of the sector.

Administrative Reforms Commission

102. The Administrative Reforms Commission constituted by the UPA Government in its first term has submitted 15 reports, of which 10 reports have been examined by the Government. Out of the 800 identified recommendations for implementation so far, 350 recommendations have been implemented and 450 are under implementatio
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Budget Estimates 2010-11

112. The Gross Tax Receipts are estimated at Rs.7,46,651 crore. The Non Tax Revenue Receipts are estimated at Rs.1,48,118 crore. The net tax revenue to the Centre as well as the expenditure provisions in 2010-11 have been estimated with reference to the recommendations of the Thirteenth Finance Commission.

113. The total expenditure proposed in the Budget Estimates for 2010-11 is Rs.11,08,749 crore, which is an increase of 8.6 per cent over the total expenditure in BE 2009-10. The Plan and Non Plan expenditures in BE 2010-11 are estimated at Rs.3,73,092 crore and Rs.7,35,657 crore, respectively. While there is a 15 per cent increase in Plan expenditure, the increase in Non Plan expenditure is only 6 per cent over the BE of previous year. With this level of Plan expenditure, I am confident that the total Plan expenditure would be very close to 100 per cent of the expenditure envisaged in the Eleventh Five Year Plan.



114. Honourable Members will agree that fiscal policy has to be guided by the required framework for fiscal prudence. In the Medium Term Fiscal Policy Statement presented along with Budget 2009-10, I had laid down a road map for fiscal deficit. I am happy to report that in keeping with my commitment, I have been able to present the Budget for 2010-11 with a fiscal deficit of 5.5 per cent. In the Medium Term Fiscal Policy Statement being presented to the House today, along with other Budget documents, the rolling targets for fiscal deficit are pegged at 4.8 per cent and 4.1 per cent for 2011-12 and 2012-13, respectively. These projections improve upon the recommendations of the Thirteenth Finance Commission.

115. While presenting the Budget for 2009-10, I had expressed my concern about the high level of fiscal deficit. I had also stated that the Government will address this issue in right earnest to come back to the path of fiscal consolidation at the earliest. I am happy to report that against a fiscal deficit of 7.8 per cent in 2008-09, inclusive of oil and fertiliser bonds, the comparable fiscal deficit is 6.9 per cent as per the Revised Estimates for 2009-10. Both these deficit figures are based on the revised GDP numbers published by the Central Statistical Organisation and include what were earlier referred to as below the line items. This marks an improvement of about one per cent in fiscal deficit during the current year. I have made a conscious effort to avoid issuing bonds to oil and fertiliser companies. I would like to continue with this practice of extending Government subsidy in cash, thereby bringing all subsidy related liabilities into our fiscal accounting.

116. The fiscal deficit of 5.5 per cent of GDP in 2010-11 works out to Rs.3,81,408 crore. Taking into account the various other financing items for fiscal deficit, the actual net market borrowing of the Government in 2010-11 would be of the order of Rs.3,45,010 crore. There will be enough space to meet the credit needs of the private sector. The Government will plan the borrowing programme in consultation with the RBI.
PART B
Indian Budget 2010-11- Full Text- February 26, 2010

TAX PROPOSALS

117. While formulating them, I have been guided by the principles of sound tax administration as embodied in the following words of Kautilya:

"Thus, a wise Collector General shall conduct the work of revenue collection.... in a manner that production and consumption should not be injuriously affected.... financial prosperity depends on public prosperity, abundance of harvest and prosperity of commerce among other things."

118. I had stated last year that tax reform is a process and not an event. The process I had outlined in the area of direct taxes was to release a draft Direct Taxes Code along with a Discussion Paper. In the area of indirect taxes, the reform initiative was the introduction of a Goods and Services Tax. I have presented the developments in both reform initiatives in Part 'A' of my Speech.

119. We have continued on the path of computerisation in core areas of service delivery in the administration of direct taxes. This will reduce the physical interface between taxpayers and tax administration and speed up procedures and processes. The Centralised Processing Centre at Bengaluru is now fully functional and is processing around 20,000 returns daily. This initiative will be taken forward by setting up two more Centres during the year.

120. As a part of Government's initiative to move towards citizen centric governance, the income tax department has introduced "Sevottam", a pilot project at Pune, Kochi and Chandigarh through Aayakar Seva Kendras. These provide a single window system for registration of all applications including those for redressal of grievances as well as paper returns. This year the scheme will be extended to four more cities.

121. To achieve the roll-out of GST by April 2011, the indirect tax administrations at the Centre and the States need to revamp their internal work processes based on the use of Information Technology. I am happy to inform Honorable Members that project ACES - Automation of Central Excise & Service Tax, has already been rolled out throughout the country this year. This will impart greater transparency in tax administration and improve the delivery of taxpayer services. Similarly, a Mission Mode Project for computerisation of Commercial Taxes in States has been approved recently. With an outlay of Rs.1133 crore of which the Centre's share is Rs.800 crore, the project will lay the foundation for the launch of GST.

122. I mentioned last year, that the income tax return forms should be simple and user friendly. The income tax department is now ready to notify SARAL-II form for individual salaried taxpayers for the coming assessment year. This form will enable individuals to enter relevant details in a simple format in only two pages.

123. To expeditiously resolve disputes with taxpayers I propose to expand the scope of cases which may be admitted by the Settlement Commission to include proceedings related to search and seizure cases pending for assessment. I also propose to expand the scope of Settlement Commission in respect of Central Excise and Customs so that certain categories of cases that hitherto fell outside its jurisdiction may be admitted.

124. Last year, amendments to the statute enabled Government to enter into tax treaties with specified territories besides sovereign states. We have commenced bi-lateral discussions to enhance the exchange of bank related and other information to effectively track tax evasion and identify undisclosed assets of resident Indians lying abroad.
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DIRECT TAX

125. Last year I provided relief to individual taxpayers by enhancing the exemption limit for all taxpayers and withdrawing the surcharge on personal income tax. Taxpayers have responded positively to these concessions by contributing a higher level of taxes. There is a persuasive case for further relief by broadening the current tax slabs which I propose as follows:

Income upto Rs.1.6 lakh Nil

Income above Rs.1.6 lakh and upto Rs.5 lakh 10 per cent

Income above Rs.5 lakh and upto Rs.8 lakh 20 per cent

Income above Rs.8 lakh 30 per cent

126. The proposed broadening of tax slabs will provide substantial relief to a large number of taxpayers.

127. To promote savings as well as to ensure their utilisation for the thrust area of infrastructure, I propose to allow a deduction of an additional amount of Rs.20,000 for investment in long-term infrastructure bonds as notified by the Central Government. This would be over and above the existing limit of Rs.1 lakh on tax savings. I am sure that these reliefs will put more money in the hands of individual taxpayers for both consumption as well as saving.

128. Besides contributions to health insurance schemes which is currently allowed as a deduction under the Income-tax Act, I propose to allow contributions to the Central Government Health Scheme also as a deduction under the same provision.

129. Taking forward my initiative of phasing out surcharge, I propose to reduce the current surcharge of 10 per cent on domestic companies to 7.5 per cent. At the same time, I propose to increase the rate of Minimum Alternate Tax (MAT) from the current rate of 15 per cent to 18 per cent of book profits. This will further promote inter-se equity among corporate taxpayers.

130. The President, in her address to the Parliament in June 2009, had declared this decade as the Decade of Innovation. Last year, I extended the scope of weighted deduction on expenditure incurred on in-house research and development (R&D) to all manufacturing businesses except for a small negative list. To further encourage R&D across all sectors of the economy, I now propose to enhance the weighted deduction on expenditure incurred on in-house R&D from 150 per cent to 200 per cent. I also propose to enhance the weighted deduction on payments made to National Laboratories, research associations, colleges, universities and other institutions, for scientific research from 125 per cent to 175 per cent.

131. Currently, any payment made to an approved scientific research association is eligible for weighted deduction. The income of the approved scientific research association is exempt from tax. I propose that payments made to approved associations engaged in research in social sciences or statistical research would be allowed a weighted deduction of 125 per cent. The income of such approved research associations shall be exempt from tax.

132. In my Budget Speech last year, I stated that profit linked deductions are inherently inefficient and liable to misuse. To incentivise businesses in priority sectors, I introduced investment linked deduction

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INDIRECT TAX

141. The major objectives that have guided me in the formulation of my proposals on indirect taxes are the need to achieve some degree of fiscal consolidation without impairing the recovery process and moving forward on the road to GST.

142. Unlike the time I presented the last Budget, symptoms of economic recovery are more widespread and clear-cut now. The three fiscal stimulus packages that the Government introduced in quick succession have helped the process of recovery significantly. The improvement in our economic performance encourages a course of fiscal correction even as the global situation warrants caution. Therefore, I propose to partially roll back the rate reduction in Central Excise duties and enhance the standard rate on all non-petroleum products from 8 per cent to 10 per cent ad valorem. The specific rates of duty applicable to portland cement and cement clinker are also being adjusted upwards proportionately. Similarly, the ad valorem component of excise duty on large cars, multi-utility vehicles and sports-utility vehicles which was reduced as part of the first stimulus package, is being increased by 2 percentage points to 22 per cent.

143. In the wake of spiralling petroleum prices, Government provided full exemption from basic customs duty to crude petroleum and proportionately reduced the basic duty on refined petroleum products in June, 2008. Compared to the international price of the Indian crude basket of US$ 112 per barrel at that time, the prices are much softer at present. In view of the pressing need to move back to a fiscal consolidation path, I propose to restore the basic duty of 5 per cent on crude petroleum; 7.5 per cent on diesel and petrol and 10 per cent on other refined products. I also propose to enhance the Central Excise duty on petrol and diesel by Re.1 per litre each.

144. Since I quit smoking many years ago, I would urge others to also follow suit, as smoking is injurious to health. To this end, I am making some structural changes in the excise duty on cigarettes, cigars and cigarillos coupled with some increase in rates. I also propose to enhance excise duty on all non-smoking tobacco such as scented tobacco, snuff, chewing tobacco etc. In addition, I propose to introduce a compounded levy scheme for chewing tobacco and branded unmanufactured tobacco based on the capacity of pouch packing machines.

145. Let me now turn to some much-needed incentives in thrust areas for sustainable growth and development.



Agriculture & Related Sectors

146. In supporting the strategy outlined for development of agriculture earlier in my speech, I propose to address a few key areas that call for focused attention. These are:

(i) A strong supply chain for perishable farm produce to reach consumption and processing centres promptly;

(ii) Infrastructure and technology to convert such produce into value-added products; and

(iii) Infusion of technology to augment agricultural production.

147. Similar attention needs to be paid to related sectors such as apiary, horticulture, dairy, poultry, meat, marine and aquaculture.

148. For achieving these objectives, I propose to provide:

• project import status with a concessional import duty of 5 per cent for the setting up of mechanised handling systems and pallet racking systems in 'mandis' or warehouses for food grains and sugar as well as full exemption from service tax for the installation and commissioning of such equipment.

• project import status at a concessional customs duty of 5 per cent with full exemption from service tax to the initial setting up and expansion of

» Cold storage, cold room including farm pre-coolers for preservation or storage of agriculture and related sectors produce ; and

» Processing units for such produce.

• full exemption from customs duty to refrigeration units required for the manufacture of refrigerated vans or trucks.

149. I also propose to provide:

• concessional customs duty of 5 per cent to specified agricultural machinery not manufactured in India;

• central excise exemption to specified equipment for preservation, storage and processing of agriculture and related sectors and exemption from service tax to the storage and warehousing of their produce; and

• full exemption from excise duty to trailers and semi-trailers used in agriculture.

150. Concessional import duty was provided to specified machinery for use in the plantation sector in the year 2003. This exemption is to lapse in July 2010. The modernization of this labour-intensive sector is yet to reach the expected level. I propose therefore, to extend it up to March 31, 2011 along with a CVD exemption. I hope this will provide sufficient time for the sector to achieve the desired objective.

151. One of the prerequisites for agricultural productivity is access to good quality and disease-resistant seeds. I propose to exempt the testing and certification of agricultural seeds from service tax.

152. I also propose to exempt the transportation by road of cereals and pulses from service tax. Their transportation by rail would remain exempt.

153. I propose two measures under the Central Excise law to ease the cash flow position for small-scale manufacturers hard hit by the economic slowdown. First, they would be permitted to take full credit of Central Excise duty paid on capital goods in a single instalment in the year of their receipt. Secondly, they would be permitted to pay Central Excise duty on a quarterly, rather than monthly basis. These measures that come into effect on the April 1, 2010 should provide them considerable relief.

Environment

154. Harnessing renewable energy sources to reduce dependence on fossil fuels is now recognised as a credible strategy for combating global warming and climate change. To build the corpus of the National Clean Energy Fund announced earlier, I propose to levy a clean energy cess on coal produced in India at a nominal rate of Rs.50 per tonne. This cess will also apply to imported coal.

155. In pursuance of Government's resolve to implement the National Solar Mission, I propose to provide a concessional customs duty of 5 per cent to machinery, instruments, equipment and appliances etc. required for the initial setting up of photovoltaic and solar thermal power generating units. I also propose to exempt them from Central Excise duty. Similarly, ground source heat pumps used to tap geo-thermal energy would be exempt from basic customs duty and special additional duty.

156. Wind energy has shown promising growth in the country in recent years. As a measure of further relief, I propose to exempt a few more specified inputs required for the manufacture of rotor blades for wind energy generators from Central Excise duty.

157. LED lights are staging a debut as a highly energy-efficient source of lighting for streets, homes and offices. Central Excise duty on these is being reduced from 8 per cent to 4 per cent at par with Compact Fluorescent Lamps.

158. Full exemption from Central Excise duty was provided to electric cars and vehicles that offer an eco-friendly alternative to petrol or diesel vehicles. The manufacturers of such vehicles have expressed difficulty in neutralising the duty paid on their inputs and components. I propose to remedy this by imposing a nominal duty of 4 per cent on such vehicles. I also propose to exempt some critical parts or sub-assemblies of such vehicles from basic customs duty and special additional duty subject to actual user condition. These parts would also enjoy a concessional CVD of 4 per cent.

159. The humble cycle rickshaw is now being acclaimed as an environment-friendly means of transport. CSIR has developed an innovative product called 'soleckshaw' to replace manually-operated rickshaws. It runs on batteries which are charged by solar power. I propose to provide a concessional excise duty of 4 per cent to this product. Its key parts and components are also being exempted from customs duty.

160. To encourage the use of bio-degradable materials, I propose to exempt the import of compostable polymer from basic customs duty.



Indian Budget 2010-11- Full Text- February 26, 2010

CONCLUSION

185. Copies of notifications giving effect to the changes in customs, central excise and service tax will be laid on the Table of the House in due course.

186. My proposals on Direct Taxes are estimated to result in a revenue loss of Rs.26,000 crore for the year. Proposals relating to Indirect Taxes are estimated to result in a net revenue gain of Rs.46,500 crore for the year. Taking into account the concessions being given in my tax proposals and measures taken to mobilise additional resources, the net revenue gain is estimated to be Rs.20,500 crore for the year.

187. We have emerged from the global slowdown faster than any other nation. I did not hesitate in exercising my judgement on the course of action last year and I have no hesitation in my mind now. Our actions today will determine our tomorrow.

188. This Budget belongs to 'Aam Aadmi'. It belongs to the farmer, the agriculturist, the entrepreneur and the investor. The opportunity is great. The time is right. I have placed my faith in the hands of the people who, I know, can be depended upon to rise to any occasion in national interest. I have placed my faith in the collective conscience of the nation that can be touched to scale undreamt of heights in the coming years.

189. Madam Speaker, with these words I commend the Budget to the House.