RTI Disclosure

Statutory Information under RTI, 2005
1. Particulars of Organization, Functions and Duties
2. Powers and Duties of Officers and Employees
3. Procedure followed in Decision Making Process
4. Norms / Standards
5. Rules, Regulations and Instructions
6. Official Documents and their availability
7. Society, Board, Sub – Committees and other Bodies
8. Directory of Officers and Employees
9. Pay structure of institute staffs
10. The Budget Allocated
11. Subsidy Programs
12. Concessions availed by the Institute
13. Information available in electronic form
14. Obtaining information
15. Public Information Officer
16. Other useful Information
17. Mode of Public Participation


Right to Information
Disclosures under RTI, 2005; Clause 4
1. Particulars of Organization, Functions and Duties
1.1 The functions of Sri Sri University are defined as per the Sri Sri University Act, 2009.
1.2 The organizational structure of Sri Sri University is as per the Sri Sri University Act 2009.
1.3 The powers and functions of the university are defined as per clause 8 of Sri Sri University Act.

Click here to read the Sri Sri University Act

2. Powers and Duties of Officers and Employees
Clauses 9,10,11,12 and 13 of Chapter 3 of the Sri Sri University Act 2009 defines the officers and duties.

3. Procedure followed in Decision Making Process
The university is governed by its Board of Governors and Board of Advisors. The detailed process of decision-making is instituted through Sri Sri University Regulations which is approved by the State Government. Specific information is available on request

4. Norms / Standards
Norms and standards are compiled in Sri Sri University Resolutions available on request. They can be read along with the list of manuals given in point no.5.

5. Rules, Regulations and Instructions
The following information is available for inspection on specific request:
HR Manual
CGPA Manual
Admission Process
Foreign Registration Manual
Safety Manual
Performance Quality Assessment
Hostel Rules
Financial Best Practices
Anti-Ragging
Women Safety
Ombudsman
Academic Rules and Activities of different Faculties

6.Official Documents and their availability
Official documents, barring few documents as per clause 8 of the RTI Act, 2005, are available for inspection on request.

7. Society, Board, Sub – Committees and other Bodies
Governing Council
Board of Studies
SSRVM Trustee Board
Core Committees



List of Committees
1. Board of Advisors
2. Academic Council
3. Faculty Disciplinary Committee
4. Finance Committee
5. Faculty Council
6. Executive Council
7. Women Grievance Cell
8. Board of Governors
9. Sports Committee
10. Purchase Committee
11. Anti-Ragging Committee


List of Student Committees
1. Admissions
2. Placements
3. Corporate Interface
4. Conclaves
5. PR
6. Cultural Activities
7. Sports
8. Infrastructure and Academic Coordination
9. Disco (Development Index of the Spirit)


8. Directory of Officers and Employees
Specific Faculty or employees can be reached through the Contact section of the website.

9. Pay structure of institute staffs
Available in Section 35 of the UGC Inspection Report.

10. The Budget Allocated
The university is under construction. New programs are being launched and specific budgets have been submitted to the regulatory authorities, State and Central Government. Information can be reached out from the above departments or from Sri Sri University.
Financial statements can be accessed in Section 13 of the UGC Inspection Report

11. Subsidy Programs
11.1 Sri Sri University offered the following scholarships for the first academic cycle of the MA Program in Good Governance and Public Policy:
Sri Sri University in collaboration with the Overseas Volunteer for a Better India (OVBI) and Dr.Ritu Mathur has announced 12 scholarships including the Rajendra Laxmi Mathur Memorial Award for Education in Governance and Policy, a full scholarship for the brightest young political aspirant in India. The scholarships will facilitate students to pursue a Masters Program (MA) in Good Governance and Public Policy to groom ethical, effective and empowered leaders in politics.
11.2 Yoga and Performing Arts Studies are gross subsidized.

12. Concessions availed by the Institute
Sri Sri University is a state private university having no provisions of any UGC Funding. Specific UGC and other council projects and schemes are available for the institution.

13. Information available in electronic form
Sri Sri University can be contacted through its official pages on:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/srisriu
Twitter: https://twitter.com/srisriu
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/srisriuniversity
Goolge+: https://plus.google.com/+srisriuniversity/posts


Sri Sri University is listed in the following Education Portals:
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Shiksha: http://www.shiksha.com/Ssu-Sri-Sri-University-Bhubaneswar-institute-college-listingoverviewtab-34208

Minglebox: http://www.minglebox.com/college/sri-sri-university-ssu-bhubaneswar
However, these web subscriptions are dynamic and need-based

14. Obtaining information
Any information can be obtained as per RTI rules through the Public Information Officer

15.Public Information Officer
Mr. Rishabh Gupta
Assistant Registrar (Academics)
Contact: 7894424502
Email: rishabh.g@srisriuniversity.edu.in

Appellate Authority
Mr. Narendra Lamba
Director Operations
Email: lamba@srisriuniversity.edu.in

16.Other Useful Information
Our Quality Statement:
We at Sri Sri University, aim to provide holistic education, research, training, publication and advisory services imbued with spiritual values that trigger high quality thoughts, feelings, ideas and innovations with technological temper in all fields of study, as true purpose of education is enriching humanity.

Our Vision
To impart holistic and value-integrated education in order to develop visionary thinkers with social-consciousness to lead and precipitate inevitable changes, with summative call for Learn - Lead - Serve

Our Mission
To create centres of excellence in knowledge and research across the fields of study in order to equip students to achieve the highest levels of professional ability in a learning atmosphere that fosters human values to serve the needs of local, national and global economies.

17. Mode of Public Participation
Public participation is encouraged through various extension workshops, committees, clubs and short-term interactive programs.