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Brief History of B. N. Sansthan

Founded in 1923, by the great Patron of Education HH Maharaj Kumar Shri Bhupal Singh ji Mewar.This institution earned great reputation under the fostering care of Mama Maharaj Aman Singhji and Rao Bahadur Thakur Raj Singhji of Bedla. In 1954 it was upgraded as an Intermediate College, in 1960 as a Degree College and in 1978 as a Post-graduate College. It has faculties of Arts, Science, Commerce, College of Pharmacy, P.G. Girls' College and P.G. College of Physical Education. The main purpose of establishing bnips in 1 July. 2003 was to raise the status of Pharmacy by offering 4 year Bachelor of Pharmacy quality education for girls and than in June 2012 bnips is converted to BNIPS.

Maharana Bhupal Singhji
Maharana Mahendra Singh ji
( Chief Patron )
Different Units Under Vidya Pracharini Sabha, Bhupal Nobles Institution, Udaipur
   Name of the Unit  Established
 01.  Bhupal Nobles Post Graduate College  1954
 02.  Bhupal Nobles’ College of Pharmacy  1984
 03.  Bhupal Nobles' P.G College of Physical Education  1991
 04.  Bhupal Nobles' Girls P.G. College  1995
 05.  Bhupal Nobles' Girls College of Pharmacy (Degree)   2003
 06.  Bhupal Nobles' Girls College of Pharmacy (Diploma)  2003
 07.  Bhupal Nobles' Law College  2003
 08.  Pratap Shodh Pratishthan  1967
 09.  Bhupal Nobles’ School  1923
 10.  Bhupal Nobles' Public School  1971
 11.  Bhupal Nobles’ School Hostel  1923
 12.  Bhupal Nobles’ Public School Hostel   1971
 13.  Bhupal Nobles' College of Physical Education Hostel  1991
 14.  Bhupal Nobles' P.G. College Girl’s Hostel  1995
 15.  Bhupal Nobles’ Girls Hostel  1997
 16.  Bhupal Nobles' Intitute of International studies  2007
 17.  Shri Bhairo Singh Shekhwat Digtal Library  2007
 18.  Bhupal Nobleís Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Udaipur  2012
Bhupal Nobles' Institution : Strides  
 02 Jan, 1923  Established as Court of Wards School
 25 Oct, 1923  Court of Wards school baptised as Bhupal Nobles' School.
 25 Oct, 1923  Kshatriya Vidya Pracharini Sabha ( now Vidya Pracharini Sabha) founded
 1929  Raised to High School

 First batch of High School appeared at Allahabad Board Exams

 Oct, 1934

 Established Old Boys Association

 07 March, 1948  Silver Jubilee celebrated
 15 Aug, 1954

 Ceremonial function of up gradation to 'Intermediate college


 Raised to Degree College, High School as a separate unit.


 Foundation of Vivek Vidya Mandir on Public School pattern

 1967  Pratap Research Institute inaugurated
 26 Feb, 1973  Golden Jubilee Celebrations

 Upgraded to Post Graduate College

 28 Feb, 1983

 Diamond 60th Anniversary Celebrations

 28 Feb, 1983  Prime Patron's Centenary
 1984  Pharmacy Faculty added

 School adopted by Sports Authority of India


 School upgraded to Senior Higher Secondary


 Pharmacy Faculty translated into Pharmacy College


 College of Physical Education encompassed

 1995  Girls College founded

 Bhupal Noble's Museum


 Platinum Jubilee Celebrations  

 2002  B.N.PG. Pharmacy College

 Bhupal Noble's Girls College of Pharmacy(degree and diploma)

 2003  Bhupal Noble's Law College
 2003  Bhupal Noble's Public School
 2007  B. N. Intitute of International studies  (affiliated with Waiariki , Newzeland)
 2012  Bhupal Nobleís Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences (Previously BN Girls' College
of Pharmacy)
About Udaipur >>

The City Palace

The City Palace complex is a huge structure consisting of several palaces. It forms a single facade overlooking the Pichola Lake. Built by Successive kings, the additions so carefully planned, that it is difficult to believe it was not conceived as one. The entrance is through Hathi Pol, along the main street of the city, leading to Tripolia Gate via Bada Pol. A large portion of the City Palace now houses a musuem.
The whole building is in soft cream colour, its massive towers crowned with cupolas. The Sheesh Mahal with inlaid mirror work, the Krishna Vilas with rows of scenes of various themes- painted in miniature style, the blue & white Chinese and Dutch tiles of Chini Chitrashala, the scenes from the Radha-Krishna stories painted on the walls of the Bhim Vilas, the intricately crafted peacocks in fine mosaic relief on the walls of Mor Chowk of Priyatama Vilas, the beautifully laid out gardens and fountains of Garden Palace-Bada Mahal and the beautiful-contructed Zanana Mahal are ail worth viewing. The former royal guest house, Shiv Niwas is now a luxurios hotel

The Lake Palace

Jag Niwas, better known as Lake Palace, built on one of the islands of Lake Pichola, served as a summer residence of the former rulers. Its balconies and windows overlook the, lake. This airy complex has marble floors and granite columns. The gardens and fountains are well laid and the rooms are well decorated. Jag niwas is now a world famous hotel, called Lake Palace Hotel.

Moti Magri

Atop the Moti Magri, or Pearl Hill, overlooking Fateh Sagar, is a statue of the Rajput hero Maharana Pratap, who, frequently defied the Mughals. The path to the top traverses elegant gardens, including a Japanese rock garden. The park is open daily 7.30 am to 7 pm..

About Us >> Objectives
To train the students as competent pharmacy professional to meet requirements in the nation and abroad.
To develop the entrepreneurship in the students and entrepreneurship culture in general.
To develop overall personality in the students.
To introduce M. Pharm. courses in emerging areas.
To create infra-structure for a phytochemical industry, an approved analytical lab etc and to make available facility to all.
To set up drug information center (DIC)
To develop Industry-Institution interaction. (III)
To introduce training programs like Value addition of herbal drugs, drugs law, Drug store management, Quality control of herbal drugs, awareness about various programs run by Govt. like Vaccination, T.B., Malaria eradication, AIDS awaseness programs etc. to the students, community and pharmacist.
To provide scholarship benifits to all relevant students of Merit, SC-ST, Girls, OBC, SBC etc. in different areas.