about the Computer Center
Lucknow University Computer Centre by U.G.C.
of Human Resource Development sanction a proposed submitted by
University Grants Commission to establish a "B Level" Computer
Centre in Lucknow University in February 1986. The UGC sanctioned
budget for site preparation of Computer Centre and to purchase
Computer systems (Hardware). A site was prepared for Computer Centre
and systems were purchased. The Computer Centre of Lucknow
University completed the construction of Building, site preparation
within a period of two years. The Computer Centre was inaugurated on
14th November 1989.
The basic aim for
establishment of Computer Centre was to familiarize Teachers,
Research Scholars and staff of the University with the concept of
Computer, their working, impart the skills involved in the use of
common software packages, knowledge of programming in different
Computer Languages and to include capability of independent
management of computer systems.
Academic Activities of
In the beginning. Computer Centre
designed a short term 6 week training programme (Orientation course
in Computer usages" for the staff, students and teachers of the
University. It became popular amongst the interested people of
campus. All Dean of Faculties and HOD's and the teachers were
directly benefited with this training programme. All the
participants of this course got access on computer regularly
throughout the training programme.
Preparation of L.U.
After establishment of Computer Centre and
appointment of requisite staff, the Centre prepare the complete
result of LL.B. & B.Com in 1992 including the total data entry,
computing the result, preparation of tabulation chart, processing of
final result & printing of Mark sheet.
On the successful
processing of above result, the Computer Centre was given the
responsibility of preparation of total U.G. and P.G. result of L.U.
as well as the results of various departmental exam and self
Centre is providing Internet facility to all departments of Arts,
Science, Commerce, Law, Education, Tagore Library, Co-operative
Lending Library, V.C. Office and Residence, Registrar Office,
Account Office and various other departments of University through
directly to their own access/Computers.
Computer Centre has established and EPABX
Exchange to provide intercom telephone facility to all the offices
of L.U. as well as the various departments situated in L.U. campus
including the offices of the Deans, HOD's, Libraries, Examination,
Accounts, Establishment, Dispensary Guest house, Proctor & all
the utility services concerned.
L.U. EPABX Exchange provides
more than 250 intercom connection holders this facility since 2002
and working smoothly till