Dr. Hari Singh Gour Central University, Sagar
Doctor Harisingh Gour Vishwavidyalaya Sagar (A Central University), formerly
University of Saugor, was established on 18th July 1946 by Dr. Sir Hari Singh Gour
(Nov. 26, 1870 – Dec. 25, 1949). by his lifetime saving. This 18th University of
India and the oldest and the biggest University of Madhya Pradesh has perhaps the
singular distinction of being founded by the munificence of a single person's hard
earned money of about two crore of rupees. Apart from being a great jurist and legal
luminary par excellence, he was a great Patriot, Philanthropist, Educationist and
Dr. Hari Singh Gour was the first Vice-Chancellor of Delhi University (1922 to 1926)
and first Dean (1924) of The Faculty of Law in Delhi University. Dr. Hari Singh
Gour also held the Vice-Chancellor of the Nagpur University, (two times in 1928
Educational Multimedia Research Centre, Sagar
EMRC-Sagar is situated on the picturesque hill of Dr. Hari Singh Gour Central University
Sagar in Madhya Pradesh of India. This centre is involved in the production of educational
short films/ documentaries and video lectures which are designed to question the
answer rather than answer the question. A window to the stimulating world knowledge,
our programmes serve to upgrade, update and enrich the quality of education.
This Centre started producing educational documentaries in 1997 for telecast in
National TV Channels. Established by Dr. Hari Singh Gour Central University This
Centre is fully funded by University Grants Commission, Ministry of Human Resource
Development of India, New Delhi.
The centre is involved in the production of enrichment and educational documentaries
for higher education for telecast through National TV Channels namely DD-1, DD-Bharti,
Gyan Darshan, etc. and the 24 hours higher educational channel namely VYAS.