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Vishwakarma University provides a separately housed accommodation facility to both its boys and girls students.
Accommodation service is offered on a first come first serve basis.

Outside Room Facilities : Hot Water • Cold Water • Water Coolers with Purifier • Reading room • Wi-Fi system • Cleaning by Housekeeping • Daily newspapers • Generator backup • Security Services • Mess facility with dining hall • Television • Two Wheeler Parking • Pest Control • Laundry service • Indoor Games (Carrom, Chess etc.) • CCTV Security • Outdoor games • Medical Facility • Transportation.

Inside Room Facilities : Separate bath and toilet • Cleaning by Housekeeping • Study Table • Mattress with Cover and pillow • Cupboard • Bed • Fan • Drying Arrangement for clothes.

Hostel Charges : Rs 1,05,000/-
It includes Mess (Breakfast + Dinner) and Refundable Deposit of Rs. 5,000/-.

Students can also make the payment of hostel charges using two installations, excluding the refundable deposit, within a time span of 4 months.
Transport facility charges (optional and subjected to minimum number of students) are payable separately and will be notified in due course of time.
All Hostel payments should be done in the hostel account only.

Hostel Account Details

Account Holder Name - Vishwakarma Hostels LLP
Bank - HDFC Bank
Current A/c No.: 5020 0030 7437 72
IFSC Code :- HDFC0000029
Branch - Kondhwa Khurd, Pune - 411048

Students have to fill the Google form using the link given below after online payment to get the receipt.

Cancellation Rules

i.        If the Hostel admission is cancelled within 10 days from the date of hostel admission, 10% of the total fee (hostel + mess) will be deducted.

ii.       If the Hostel admission is cancelled within 20 days from the date of hostel admission, 20% of the total fee (hostel + mess) will be deducted.

iii.     If the Hostel admission is cancelled within 30 days from the date of hostel admission, 30% of the total fee (hostel + mess) will be deducted.

iv.     If the Hostel admission is cancelled after 30 days from the date of hostel admission, 100% of the total fee (hostel + mess) will be deducted.

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The NATIONAL ASSESSMENT AND ACCREDITATION COUNCIL (NAAC) conducts assessment and accreditation of Higher Educational Institutions (HEI) such as colleges, universities or other recognised institutions to derive an understanding of the ‘Quality Status’ of the institution. NAAC evaluates the institutions for its conformance to the standards of quality in terms of its performance related to the educational processes and outcomes, curriculum coverage, teaching-learning processes, faculty, research, infrastructure, learning resources, organisation, governance, financial well being and student services.

Value Framework of NAAC

To promote the following core values among the HEIs of the country:

  • Contributing to National Development
  • Fostering Global Competencies among Students
  • Inculcating a Value System among Students
  • Promoting the Use of Technology
  • Quest for Excellence

Benefits of Accreditation

  • Institution to know its strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities through an informed review process
  • Identification of internal areas of planning and resource allocation
  • Collegiality on the campus
  • Funding agencies look for objective data for performance funding
  • Institutions to initiate innovative and modern methods of pedagogy
  • New sense of direction and identity for institutions
  • The society look for reliable information on quality education offered
  • Employers look for reliable information on the quality of education offered to the prospective recruits
  • Intra and inter-institutional interactions

Atal Ranking of Institutions on Innovation Achievements (ARIIA)


To ensure that Innovation is primary fulcrum of all HEIs, in the year 2018, Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Govt. of India has introduced ‘Atal Ranking of Institutions on Innovation Achievements (ARIIA)’ to systematically rank education institutions and universities primarily on innovation related indicators. ARIIA considers all major indicators which are commonly used globally to rank most innovative education institutions/ universities in the world.

Objectives of ARIIA

  • Setting direction for HEIs towards streamlining and establishing a strong startup ecosystem in campus and region.
  • Measuring Innovation & Startup ecosystem based on Input, Process, Output and Outcome based parameters.
  • Focusing on both quantity and more on quality aspects of Startup Eco-System available at Institute.
  • Also measure the impact created by these innovations and Startups from Higher Educational Institutions (HEIs) in society and market.
  • Aiming at uplifting India’s Position in the Global Innovation Index from 48th to top 30 in a time period of 5 Years.

Major Indicators for consideration

  • Budget & Funding Support.
  • Infrastructure & Facilities.
  • Awareness, Promotions & support for Idea Generation & Innovation.
  • Promotion & Support for Entrepreneurship Development.
  • Innovative Learning Methods & Courses.
  • Intellectual Property Generation, Technology Transfer & Commercialization.
  • Innovation in Governance of the Institution.

Salient Features of ARIIA

  • The methodology designed to calculate ARIIA metrics considers all major parameters/ indicators used globally to rank education institutions for innovation output. Additionally, ARIIA also measures some parameters which are India specific considering the current scenario and status of higher education in India.
  • The ARIIA parameters are primarily organized in major broad parameters with 7 indicators which are further elaborated into suitable sub-heads. Each broad head has an overall weight assigned to it. Within each head, the various sub-heads also have an appropriate weight distribution.
  • To ensure transparency in ranking system, an attempt is also made to identify the relevant data needed to suitably measure the performance score under each sub-head. Emphasis here is on identifying data that the institution can easily provide or is easy to obtain from third party sources and easily verifiable, wherever verification is needed. The overall score is computed based on the weights allotted to each head.
  • The overall score can take a maximum value of 100.
  • The institutions will be rank-ordered based on their scores.

ARIIA Framework

The framework of ARIIA is comprising of parameters and sub-parameters on following major areas.

  • Developing an Innovative and Entrepreneurial Mind-set through Series of Activities
  • Teaching and Learning Courses on Innovation, Entrepreneurship & IPR
  • Dedicated Infrastructure & Facilities to Promote Innovation & Entrepreneurship at HEI
  • Successful Innovation and Start-ups Generated from HEI with Institute’s Support
  • Intellectual Property (IP), Generation and Commercialization
  • Annual Budget (Expense and Revenue) on Promoting and Supporting I&E Activities




The Vishwakarma University Wellness Centre of Excellence (VUWCOE) is established in 2022 with the belief that an individual can achieve his/her potential by keeping their mental strength and well-being healthy. To achieve the same, VUWCOE is functioning with effective counsellors/experts who will be able to acknowledge & accept the students’ and employee’s mental health issues and provide appropriate suggestions/guidance. It will be helping them to achieve their excellence in academics as well as living productive and meaningful lives. The centre will be able to display warmth, empathy and unconditional positive regard towards the students and employees of the University. Besides guidance and counselling sessions, the centre will be actively contributing in the promotion of mental well-being by organising life skill training, expert lectures, workshops, research, and collaborations within and outside the Vishwakarma University.


To promote a conducive environment that values diversity, encourages intellectual, emotional growth, and helps the individual develop life skills essential to tackle challenges.


To provide comprehensive and effective wellness services that aim at fulfilling the personal, social, emotional and learning needs of the students and faculty members.


National Education Policy 2020 and University Grants Commission emphasizes that every educational institute should have a system to handle students’ mental health challenges and promote psycho-social well-being.

To comply the same, the following objectives of the VUCOE is mentioned below:

  • To provide guidance & counselling services to Vishwakarma University Students that help them attain personal and professional excellence and prepare them to face life's challenges.
  • To equip students with the necessary knowledge, attitudes, and skills to become responsible and psychologically healthy individuals.
  • To be available for the student community and acknowledge the unique needs and characteristics.
  • To ensure students’ success, happiness, and well-being.
  • To promote an environment of personal safety and respect by collaborating with other faculty members and university staff.


The VUWCOE will have the following body of members

S.N.DesignationName of the Member
1. Director Dr. Bhupender Singh
2. Deputy director Dr. Ibadat Khan
3. Chief Counselor Dr. Ibadat Khan
4. Counselor Ms. Sakshi Mathurawala
5. Director Students Welfare Mr. Vaibhav Thakare
6. Legal Expert Prof. Padmaja kathikar
7. Campus Security & Safety officer Prof. Avadhut Atre
8. Medical Officer Dr. A. K. Surve


  1. Personal Counselling
  2. Group Counselling
  3. Psychometric Assessment and Testing
  4. Career Guidance and Support
  5. Research and Collaboration
  6. Employee Assistance Programs
  7. Training and workshops


The working hours for the Centre are 9 AM to 5 PM (Monday to Friday). Students and employees of the Vishwakarma University can seek a prior appointment through the official email ID of the centre as given below:
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The centre will provide them a schedule of the interaction session or counseling session. After- hours, holidays and at weekends, counseling session will be entertained on emergency basis.


Counselling sessions can take place in the following two modes.

  • In-person counselling - can be possible only on the campus and depending upon COVID pandemic protocols.
  • Online counselling - Google meet link will be provided to the client. Clients and professionals will be required to turn on their videos throughout the session. This service will be provided in emergency situations.


The entire functioning and support of VUWCOE will be through the Department of Psychology, Vishwakarma University, Pune. The department, for its effective functioning, can provide the centre with all of the necessary infrastructure, manpower, psychological tests, and related technical support.


Counselling services are free of cost for the students and employees of Vishwakarma University only.


Vishwakarma University Wellness Centre of Excellence Room No 7403, Fourth Floor, Building No. 7 Vishwakarma University, Pune, Maharashtra 411048
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Mob: 91+9023320390


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