We are of the strong view and belief that the ‘library is incomplete without a classroom in it’. In principle, we follow this.

We offer the following Courses for the students of Central University of Haryana and other higher education institutes. These Courses are popular among the students and researchers.

1. Research and Publication Ethics (RPE) Course

Our Library aims to train our researchers on understanding and practicing the varied aspects of research and publication ethics. From the academic session 2020-21, we introduced UGC-mandated two-credit Course on “Research and Publication Ethics” for the research scholars of 30+ Departments. Our Central Library is organising this Course as a single and central platform for learning for Ph.D. students of our University. The 1st batch was conducted for 170+ PhD students of 25 Departments in 2020-21 and so far over 450 PhD students of 30+ Departments have been benefitted from the Course.

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Download the brochure of RPE Course of 2022-23

Value Added Courses

1. Open Access Publishing

This course aims to orient the students about publishing avenues in open access journals, ethical publishing practices, identifying the right publisher/ journal, importance using open licenses, etc. It is necessary know the growing trends and developments in scholarly communication, publishing industry, changing publishing models, platforms and tools, access modes of research publications, etc. It is therefore a dedicated academic programme for the focused-teaching and training exclusively on open access publishing is introduced.  This course helps students prefer open access publishing practices not only to spread the research results to as many as possible but also help the institute and researcher to get greater visibility, scholarly engagements, potential collaborations and scope for innovations and inventions.

  • Course Code: CL0204VGE2002
  • No. of Credits/ hours: 02 of 30 qualifying hours
  • Seats: 60
  • Students: PG II Sem students of any Department of CUH
  • Course Coordinator: Dr. Santosh C H, University Librarian, Central Library (
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2. Omnidirectional Peace Maintenance for Stress and Conflict Management

This Course holds immense importance to build a wiser and stress-free individual. The successful implementation of big ideas requires peace management by avoiding the negative consequences of stress and conflicts. It not only strengthens the bond amongst the organizational employees but also plays pivotal role in personal lives.

  • Course Code: CL0303VGE2002
  • No. of Credits/ hours: 02/ 30 hours
  • Seats: 60
  • Students: PG III Sem students of any Department of CUH
  • Course Coordinator: Dr. Vinita Malik, Information Scientist, Central Library (

3. Personality and Professional Development

The course aims to prepare our students job-ready by enhancing skills other than academics. It includes activities and assignments to learn about writing good resume, making video resumes to upkeep yourself with latest recruitment
scenarios. The main focus of the course would be presentation skills, group discussion skills, role of body language and the Interview skills. Skills to manage emotions and control fear in difficult situations shall be taught. An overview of professional content writing particularly e-mail writing, minutes of meeting shall be provided in this course.

  • Course Code: CL0402VGE2002
  • No. of Credits/ hours: 02/ 30 hours
  • Seats: 50
  • Students: PG IV Sem students of any Department of CUH
  • Course Coordinator: Mr. Naresh Kumar, Assistant Librarian, Central Library (

Online Course in Book Publishing (OCBP) in association with NBT-GoI

To train the learners who wish to make their career in the publishing world or aiming to learn different dimensions of book publishing may join the Course. The Course is being organized in association with National Book Trust (NBT). The 1st batch started in November, 2021.

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