Prof. H.L. Verma - Brief Profile Prof. H.L. Verma has taken over as President (Vice-Chancellor) of Jagan Nath University, Jaipur on December 30, 2020. Prior it he has opportunity to serve in various higher education institutions in teaching profession in different capacities since the start of his career in 1976, which include Vice-Chancellor at Jagan Nath University, Haryana (for two terms), Pro Vice-Chancellor at Guru Jambeshwar University of Science and Technology, Hisar (one term), Professor of Management (17 years), Reader and Lecturer at M.D. University, Rohtak and Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra respectively.
He is a student of Management and contributed significantly in teaching, research and extension areas through publication of books, research papers and articles in journals of repute, sponsored research projects, Ph.D projects supervision, expert lectures at Seminars, Conferences and Faculty Development Programs including Refresher and Orientation Courses and above all classroom interactions. He remained on the panel of various expert committees for curriculum development, educational reforms and policy formulation, peer team visits for accreditation, international students acquisitions, faculty selection committees and research evaluations.
He has opportunity to perform significant role in educational administration as HoD, Dean of Faculty of Management, Dean Academic Affairs and other student related administrative functions, Pro Vice-Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor. He strongly believes in student centric approach and have practiced the same while working in various institutions.
He is a strong supporter for academic and administrative reforms in education sector for promoting quality and employability among students. His vision is strategic planning for implementation of New Education Policy by linking institutional goals and structures with actions, harnessing synergy of human resources giving space for stakeholders participation in decision making, blending Indian values with current socio-technological and economic trends. He believes that India could realize its objective becoming super power in the world only through education sector and human resource development focusing on youth.