Dean of Student Welfare

Dr. Neelam Pathak
Dean of Student Welfare
Dr.Rammanohar Lohia Avadh University
Ayodhya (UP)-224001, India

Dr. Neelam Pathak (Professor, Department of Biochemistry) is presently gracing the office of Dean Student Welfare of the University. The full-fledged office of the Dean Student Welfare of University looks after the welfare of the students within and outside the campus. Apart from various academic activities, DSW office of the University provides opportunity to the students to use their potential for the cultural and extracurricular activities.

This office organizes the following activities for the welfare of the students:

Cultural activities:
Inter collegiate Youth Festival.
Participation in debate competition for national level.
Meritorious / Poor students get full / half freeship. All the facilities including scholarship provided by the U. P. Govt. are extended to students belonging to SC/ ST/ OBC / GEN classes.
S.No. Name of Teacher Designation & Department Mobile No.
1 Dr. Geetika Srivastava Associate Professor,
 Department of Physics & Electronic
2 Dr. Abhishek Kumar Singh Associate Professor,
 Department of Mathematics and Statistics
3 Dr. Surendra Mishra Associate Professor,
 Department of Adult, Continuing and Extension Education
4 Dr. Mahendra Pal Singh Assistant Professor,
 Department of Business Management and Entrepreneurship
5 Dr. Dinesh Kumar Singh Assistant Professor,
 Department of Social Work
6 Er.Shambhavi M Shukla Assistant Professor,
Electronics & Communication Engineering (IET)
7 Shri Ankit Mishra Assistant Professor,
Sardar Patel Centre For National Integration

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