• About Central University of Punjab

    The Central University of Punjab, Bathinda (CUPB) was established in 2009 along with 12 other Central Universities by an Act of Parliament (No 25, of 2009). The university has a mission of providing wide range of instructional and research facilities across integrated and cross-disciplines, promote innovation in teaching, learning and research, and cross-pollinate new ideas, new technologies and new world-views. It aims to create an ignited workforce responsive to regional, national and global needs in tune with the requirements of academia, industry and business. The university started in a three-room Camp Office provided by the state administration in March 2009. Making a modest but speedy start, the university accepted on rent, a dilapidated campus of 37 acres of an abandoned co-operative spinning mill on Mansa Road, Bathinda. It had a tin-roofed factory-hall and a small administrative building.


Why Central University of Punjab

  • Offer a wide range of instructional and research facilities across integrated and cross-disciplinary studies;
  • Promote innovation in teaching, learn
  • Create an ignited workforce responsive to regional, national and global needs in tune with the requirements of academics, industry, business and administration ;
  • Participate in the problems and concerns of the surrounding community and the civil society.
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