National Start Up Summit-2018 Inaugurated by Dr. Satya Pal Singh, Hon’ble Minister of State for HRD (Higher Education), Govt. of India and presided over by Prof. K. P. Singh, Vice-Chancellor, CCSHAU, Hisar KVK, Kurukshetra, CCSHAU, Hisar received the Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyay Krishi Vigyan Protshahan Puraskar-2017 National Start Up Summit-2018 Inaugurated by Dr. Satya Pal Singh, Hon’ble Minister of State for HRD (Higher Education), Govt. of India and presided over by Prof. K. P. Singh, Vice-Chancellor, CCSHAU, Hisar 5th June, 2018: CCS Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar celebrated World Environment Day. Prof. K. P. Singh, Vice-Chancellor planted a sapling on this occasion Launch Workshop, IDP, Inaugurated by Prof. Kaptan Singh Solanki, Hon’ble Governor, Haryana  and signing of MoU at Haryana Raj Bhavan, Chandigarh on 31-5-2018 Launch Workshop, IDP, Inaugurated by Prof. Kaptan Singh Solanki, Hon’ble Governor, Haryana  and signing of MoU at Haryana Raj Bhavan, Chandigarh on 31-5-2018 Prof. K. P. Singh, Vice-Chancellor, CCS HAU, Hisar has been conferred      Honorary Fellow of Confederation of Horticulture Associations of India (CHAI) at Dr. Rajendra Prasad Central Agricultural University (DRPCAU), Pusa, Samastipur, Bihar, on 28th, May, 2018. Prof. K. P. Singh, Vice-Chancellor, CCS HAU, Hisar greeting NSS Volunteers NSS Volunteers who received Merit Certificate from the Hon’ble Governor of Haryana Prof. Kaptan Singh Solanki and Sh. Manohar Lal, Hon’ble Chief Minister, Haryana NSS Volunteers who received Merit Certificate from the Hon’ble Governor of Haryana Prof. Kaptan Singh Solanki and Sh. Manohar Lal, Hon’ble Chief Minister, Haryana Prof. K. P. Singh, Vice-Chancellor Congratulated students of CCS HAU, Hisar who have qualified ICAR/CSIR/UGC NET Examination-2018 June 21, 2018: International Yoga Day Celebrated with enthusiasm at CCS HAU, Hisar June 21, 2018: International Yoga Day Celebrated with enthusiasm at CCS HAU, Hisar June 21, 2018: International Yoga Day Celebrated with enthusiasm at CCS HAU, Hisar Prof. K. P. Singh, Vice-Chancellor, CCS HAU, Hisar (India),                     Dr. Zhang-Hua Fong, President, National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan and other officers after signing the MoU Prof. K. P. Singh, Vice-Chancellor,  CCS Haryana Agricultural University meeting with Taiwan Education Minister June 26, 2018: Prof. K. P. Singh, Vice-Chancellor, CCS HAU, Hisar inaugurated Retiree’s Cell at Ground Floor, Directorate of Extension Education, CCS HAU, Hisar.  04 July, 2018: MoU signed between Department of Microbiology, CCSHAU, Hisar and M/s HABITAT Genome Improvement Primary Producers Company Pvt. Ltd. Village- Ramayan, Hisar, Haryana for production of Biofertilizer. June 25, 2018: A contingent of 18 students and 02 faculty members of CCSHAU flagged off with best wishes by Prof. K. P. Singh, Vice-Chancellor for peak climbing expedition to Mt. Kanamo (19600 ft.) in Spiti Valley of Himachal Pradesh 04 July, 2018: MoU signed between Department of Microbiology, CCSHAU, Hisar and M/s HABITAT Genome Improvement Primary Producers Company Pvt. Ltd. Village- Ramayan, Hisar, Haryana for production of Biofertilizer. July 6, 2018: Prof. K. P. Singh, Vice-Chancellor meeting with IAS Probationers Sh. Swapnil Patil, Assistant Commissioner, Hisar, Sh. Vishram Meena, Assistant Commissioner, Rohtak and Sh. Sahil Gupta, Assistant Commissioner, Karnal July 13, 2018: Discussion with Peer Review Team for Accreditation in the Committee Room of Fletcher Bhawan July 13, 2018: Prof. K. P. Singh, Vice-Chancellor, welcomes the Members of Peer Review Team for Accreditation at CCSHAU, Hisar July 13, 2018: Prof. K. P. Singh, Vice-Chancellor, welcomes the Members of Peer Review Team for Accreditation at CCSHAU, Hisar July 16, 2018: To welcome the monsoon, ‘HARELA’ (PARV) was celebrated at CCS HAU, Hisar. Prof. K. P. Singh, Vice-Chancellor, CCS HAU, Hisar and Dr. O. P. Chaudhary, Joint Secretary (NLM), Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying & Fisheries, GOI planted saplings on this occasion July 16, 2018: Workshop on “Capacity Building on Aquaculture” Inaugurated by Dr. O. P. Chaudhary, Joint Secretary (NLM), Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying & Fisheries, GOI,  and Presided over by Prof. K. P. Singh, Vice-Chancellor, CCS HAU, Hisar July 16, 2018: Workshop on “Capacity Building on Aquaculture” Inaugurated by Dr. O. P. Chaudhary, Joint Secretary (NLM), Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying & Fisheries, GOI,  and Presided over by Prof. K. P. Singh, Vice-Chancellor, CCS HAU, Hisar  August 14, 2018: Prof. K. P. Singh, Vice-Chancellor, CCS HAU, Hisar flagged-off “Tiranga March” organized by NSS Wing of CCS HAU, Hisar. August 15, 2018: Van Mahotsava was celebrated in Campus School, CCS HAU, Hisar. Prof. K. P. Singh, Vice-Chancellor, CCS HAU, Hisar planting a sapling on this occasion 10 August 2018: Prof. K. P. Singh, Vice-Chancellor, CCS HAU, Hisar inaugurated sensitization workshop on “Crop Residue Management” at CCSHAU, Hisar August 13, 2018: Prof. K. P. Singh, Vice-Chancellor planting grapevine at Precision Farming Development Centre, CCS HAU, Hisar August 16, 2018:  A World Bank team visited CCS Haryana Agricultural University and discussed with Prof. K. P. Singh, Vice-Chancellor, CCS HAU, Hisar, various Officers and Technical Experts regarding Crop Residue Management August 15, 2018: Independence Day was celebrated in Campus School, CCS HAU, Hisar. Prof. K. P. Singh, Vice-Chancellor, CCS HAU, Hisar hoisted the National Flag 24 August, 2018: Prof. K. P.Singh, Vice-Chancellor, CCS HAU, Hisar inaugurated One Day Workshop on “Elsevier Empowering Agricultural Research in India” organized by CCS Haryana Agricultural University in association with ICAR and CeRA.     25 August, 2018: MoU- signed between CCS HAU, Hisar and Swami Vivekanand Subharti University, Meerut 27 August, 2018: Visit of students from Tokyo Agricultural University, Tokyo, Japan under student exchange programme September 1, 2018: Prof. K. P. Singh, Vice-Chancellor inaugurated plantation of Organic Orchard at CCS HAU, Hisar September 5, 2018: MoU Signed between CCS HAU, Hisar and VNPL, Raipur for transfer of Vegetable Grafting Technology to address farmers’ need of good quality grafted vegetable plants. September 13, 2018: Prof. K. P. Singh, Vice-Chancellor, CCSHAU, Hisar with the delegation from Michigan State University, USA and Students of different countries studying at CCS HAU, Hisar September 14, 2018: Prof. K. P. Singh, Vice-Chancellor, CCSHAU, Hisar inaugurated Two Days (September 14-15, 2018) Indo-US Brainstorming Workshop “Identification of Industry Needs and Skill Gaps for Market Driven Agriculture”
Infrastructure and Support Facilities
Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University popularly known as HAU, is one of Asia's biggest agricultural universities, located at Hisar in the Indian state of Haryana. It is named after India's seventh Prime Minister, Chaudhary Charan Singh. It is a leader in agricultural research in India and contributed significantly to Green Revolution and White Revolution in India in the 1960s and 70s. It has a very large campus and has several research centres throughout the state. It won the Indian Council of Agricultural Research's Award for the Best Institute in 1997. HAU was initially a campus of Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana. After the formation of Haryana in 1966, it became an autonomous institution on February 2, 1970 through a Presidential Ordinance, later ratified as Haryana and Punjab Agricultural Universities Act, 1970, passed by the Lok Sabha on March 29, 1970. A. L. Fletcher, the first Vice-Chancellor of the university, was instrumental in its initial growth. The university has 8645 Acres land (around 7219 Acres. at main campus, 1426 Acres. at outstations). Since 1970 there has been significant advances in research, teaching and extension by creation of a strong infrastructure at its main campus and at outreach stations. Besides, the university has also provided a number of service centres including campus hospital, community centre, sports complex, guest houses and residences for its staff. Campus Core The development plan of the University is based on the concept of a Central Campus Core around which academic buildings for various colleges, schools and departments, residential, recreational and common facilities such as Faculty House and Club, Farmers' Hostel, Students' Hostel, Hospital, Shopping Centre etc., are built. The buildings comprising the Core are Gandhi Bhawan, Nehru Library, Indira Gandhi Auditorium and the Administration Building, situated on three sides of great Plazza, the greater part of which is four feet above ground level.
The Gandhi Bhawan is meant for the Directorate of Extension Education. The Extension Directorate is the agency through which the university serves the people and helps to promote the socio-economic development of the State. The Nehru Library is where generations of students and faculty will seek truth, knowledge and the values that count for greatness in a nation. The Indira Gandhi Auditorium represents the voice of the people and their rising aspirations.
Facilities In addition, CCS HAU also provides a number of welfare facilities (e.g. a 50 bedded hospital; a fully equipped faculty club; a campus school; community centre complex; staff quarters, guest houses, etc.) The Academy of Agricultural Research and Education Management (AAREM) is the recent addition in the university buildings. The building of Student Counselling and Placement Cell which will give students the opportunity to interact with National and International organisations for facilitating the job opportunities and other activities related to their career advancement. Spread over an area of 298 hectares, the university has scientifically well planned spacious buildings to accommodate four constituent colleges viz.College of Agriculture, College of Agricultural Engineering & Technology, College of Basic Sciences & Humanities and College of Home Science. Each college building is a complete institution in itself having large number of well-planned lecture rooms, laboratories, auditorium, seminar rooms, audio-visual Laboratories, computer facilities etc. To accommodate administrative staff, the University has a spacious administrative block an architectural marvel located in the heart of the campus known as Fletcher Bhawan. Directorate of Extension Education alongwith the Directorate of Publications is housed in a double storeyed spacious building named Gandhi Bhawan. Adjacent to Gandhi Bhawan is the Dean, Postgraduate Studies Block housing Dean PGS staff. The University has well planned systematically laid out hostel facilities catering to the needs of undergraduate and postgraduate students. The hostel accommodation is sufficient enough to house each of the student on the University roll. There are separate hostels for in service and foreign students. University has a two room set married hostel for married students located in the residential complex. Each hostel has a separate complex housing catering services and indoor games alongwith modern recreational and communication facilities like TV and Phone. University has a well-furnished Faculty House having facilities at par with the modern guest houses serving housing need of the national as well as international scientists visiting CCS HAU, Hisar. There is a farmers' hostel just close to the Faculty House with same level of facilities for the farmers visiting the University. The Faculty House of the University can provide accommodation to about 72 persons at a time. Similarly, farmers' hostel could accommodate about 76 persons at its full occupancy. In addition to these modern housing accommodations, there is spacious Kisan Ashram catering to the needs of the farmer trainees attending different short-term courses organized by the Directorate of Extension Education from time to time. To serve the community needs of the faculty members, University has a spacious Faculty Club. Similarly, there is a community centre in order to serve the community needs of the supporting staff. The University has a Campus School catering to the basic educational requirements of the children of the University staff upto 12th standard, a well-equipped Campus Hospital having indoor and outdoor medical facilities. Beautifully planned shopping complex is another facility in the well-planned aesthetically designed building complexes of the University. Alongwith the official buildings, University has 1220 units of residential buildings (970 at Hisar and 242 at outstations) distributed into different categories. Laboratories The CCS Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar has well equipped laboratories in each area of learning. Modern facilities like DNA Sequencer, UV-trans illuminator, PCR, FT-IR, Gene Gun, Gene Pulser, Electron Microscope, Submarine Electrophoresis Units, Inductivity coupled Plasma Spectrometer, X-ray differaction, HPLCs, GLCs etc. are presently available. The university continued to focus its basic research efforts and therefore, in addition to required laboratory support, facilities of screen house, green house and transgenic green house are also available. Experimental Farms The CCS Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar has a well developed experimental farm of 994 hectares at main campus, Hisar alongwith ten experimental farms, one with each regional research stations covering an area of 568 hectares. The farm roads are interconnected by subroads and provide access to each of the block. The irrigation system is well planned on scientific line. The experimental farms are having advantage of both canal as well as tubewell irrigation facilities. The canal and tubewell irrigation systems are well integrated in order to improve water quality and to avoid transmission losses thereby increasing water use efficiency. Adequate number of farm machinery such as tractors, harrows, seed planters and harvesters are available for timely completion of farm operations. The farms are under direct control of the Director Research who is assisted by farm managers, technical staff and other farm related supporting staff. Keeping pace with the ever-increasing demand for quality seed, recently, the Government of Haryana has provided additional land of 1608 hectares to the University exclusively for seed production.