Human Resource Development Centre
Human Resource Development Centre
Bhagat Phool Singh Mahila Vishwavidyalaya
Khanpur Kalan, Sonepat, Haryana (India) Pin- 131305

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One day International Seminar on SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND GLOBAL ISSUES on 7th October 2023 organized by UGC-HRDC BPSMV

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CLICK HERE -->Tentative program schedule for 2024-25

The HRDC insists upon providing training on latest policies like National Education Policy-2020, SWAYAM, MOOC, Swavlambi Bharat. 


To enrich disciplines through its high-quality programs and instill the culture of inspiring passion for knowledge and student mentoring services to the academicians, making them to participate in the national efforts to promote quality higher education, guided by shared values and principles”.

Human Resource Development Centre

Dr. Shafali Nagpal, Director Incharge


Dr. Shafali Nagpal

Director (Incharge)

curriculum vitae..

Dr. Rani Tokas

Assistant Director
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Prof. Geeta Singh

Director (On Lien)
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Services Offered


  1. Gurudakshta Programme (Faculty Induction Programme)
  2. Refresher Courses
  3. Short Term Courses
  4. One day webinars
  5. Principal meet
  6. Non-Teaching staff training programme


Keeping the changes that are unfolding in higher education as per above, the Human Resource Development Centers (HRDCs) on war footing shall strive hard:

a.  to increase access to high quality education regardless of budget or location and tailor lesson plans to individual needs by organizing specially designed orientation programmes on pedagogy, based on free massive online open courses (MOOCs) and hybrid classes, adaptive learning software, and the unbundling of traditional degree credits.

b.  to organize blended learning programmes (induction/ orientation/refresher courses) for serving teachers, with a focus on outcomes rather than the output, covering every teacher at least once in three to five years so that they don’t see themselves as mere instructors, but as designers, and members of a learning development team with particular goals in mind.

c.  to encourage teachers to develop in-house education-technology incubators that help entrepreneurial start-ups get off the ground by providing them with research, mentorship and connections and linking them to capital and to participate in seminars, symposia, workshops, etc.

d.  to organize one week programme on a theme based topics like Academic leadership, Technology Enhanced Learning, Disaster Management, Gender Sensitization, IPR, Social Connect Programme and Learning Outcome Based Education including evaluation.

e.   to organize specially designed induction/orientation programmes/refresher courses in IT for new entrants as well as for in-service teachers; and value-based interactive multimedia through integrated practice in instructional media and ICT can nurture the character such as Creativity, Curiosity, Appreciation, Hard work, Self-reliance, Honesty, Discipline and Compassion among teacher facilitators.

Thus the objectives of the Human Resource Development Centre (HRDC) in the light of above shall be focused towards enabling all the faculty members of HEIs including newly appointed Assistant Professors to:

i. understand the significance of education in general, and higher education in particular, in the global and Indian contexts;

ii. understand the linkages between education and economic and socio-economic and cultural development, with particular reference to the Indian polity where democracy, secularism and social equity are the basic tenets of society;

iii. acquire and improve basic skills of teaching at the college/university level to achieve goals of higher education;

iv. keep abreast of the latest developments in their specific subjects;

v. understand the organization and management of a college/university and to perceive the role of teachers in the total system;

vi. utilize opportunities for development of personality, initiative and creativity;

vii. provide a comprehensive and structured look at the challenges and opportunities brought by the use of ICT and open content (OER and MOOC) in higher education and to overview the visions and expectations of key higher education stakeholders towards the future of learning at universities and higher education institutions.





MDU Facilities

HRDC is visited by the following eminent professors

Prof. Kapil Kapoor, Chairman, Advanced Study Centre, Shimla, Prof. KrishanBhatt, Chancellor, Central University of Orissa, Prof. B K Kuthiala, Chairman, HSHEC, Haryana, Sh. Sohan Singh, Scientific Yog Guru, China, Prof. R.R Singh, formerly professor, TISS, Mumbai, Dr. Archana Thakur, Joint Secretary, UGC New Delhi.

  1. Prof. ADN Bajpai, Vice Chancellor, Atal Bihari Univ. Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh
  2. Prof. Viney Kapoor, formerly Founder Vice-Chancellor, B.R National Law University, Sonepat
  3. Prof. TankeshwarKumar, Vice-Chancellor, Central Univ. of Haryana, Mahendargarh
  4. Prof. M.M Goel, Vice Chancellor, Starex Univ. Gurugram& Founder of Needonomics school of thought, Advisor-Finance, Govt of Haryana.
  5. Prof. Dhruv Choudhary, Sr. Pulmonologist, PGISMS Rohtak
  6. Prof. Manohar Bhandari, Sr. Medical Doctor, Gwalior
  7. Prof. O P Pandey, Scientist, ISRO
  8. Prof. B D Tripathi, BHU (Ganga Abhiyan)
  9. Prof. Devender Mohan, IIT BHU, Varanasi  
  10. Prof. Ram Chandra Ji Bhatt, former Vice-Chancellor, S-VYSA
  11. Prof. Baldev, Vice-Chancellor (Ayush Univ. Kurukshetra)
  12. Dr. Ajeyadeep, Oscar Awardee, Action India, Delhi
  13. Chef Reetika Gill, MD, Curry Singh Kitchen, Gurugram
  14. Prof. Kumar Ratnam, Member Secretary (ICPR and ICHR)
  15. Prof. Sushma Yadav, IIPA Delhi
  16. Prof. Pankaj Mittal, Secretary, Association of Indian University, Delhi
  17. Prof. S.C Bagri, Central University of Garhwal
  18. Prof. S.P Bansal, Central University, Himachal Pradesh
  19. Prof. Jagdish Joshi, Gujarat University
  20. Prof. Mahesh Jivani, Saurashtra University
  21. Dr.Mukul Kanitkar, National Secretary, BSM
  22. Sh. Atul Kothari, National Secretary, SSUN
  23. Prof. Vinod Sharma, Vice-Chairman (SSDMA, Sikkim)
  24. Prof. G.C Maheshwari, Delhi Technological University, Delhi
  25. Dr. Rajender Kumar, Waterman of India

And many other personalities i.e. advocates from Supreme Court, High Court, District Court, Administrative officers, DRDO, State Universities, Central Universities, Disaster Management, NDIM, National Yuva Kendra, Technocrats, Doctors from various institutions of government and Non-Government  are invited on regular basis.

Center Facility
MDU Facilities

The University campus is having pollution free lush green environment with rich biodiversity with WiFi facility, State of Art facilities, ICT enabled A.C Rooms and University Guest House.

HRDC Guest house with Wi-Fi enabled well equipped A.C Classrooms

Contact us

Contact Information:

Human Resource Development Centre

B.P.S Mahila Vishwavidyalaya,

Khanpur Kalan Sonepat-131305

E-mail ID: hrdc@bpswomenuniversity.ac.in


Tel. no: 01263-283208