The logo of BIPARD is taken from Shershah Suri’s motif, which symbolizes the unique harmony and intrinsic inter-relationship. The emblem symbolizes the nine pillars of wisdom, with one central pillar denoting the expanse of knowledge and learning in the eight directions with the centre firmly anchored. The various learning process, skill acquisition and perception is a constant process, interlinked with each other and always in expansive mode with ever widening horizon.


Shershah Suri is one of the most visionary, secular and dynamic Emperor to have ruled India ever; having wrested power from the Mughal Emperor Himayun. Within a short span of five years (1540-1545 AD) rule he initiated and established monumental projects, schemes and brought about sweeping revenue, administrative and socio-economic changes. Shershah Suri is best remembered for establishing the construction of the Grandtrunk road linking Bengal to Peshawar, the revenue system which formalized the land recorder, codified sharing of agricultural produce between the farmers and the share croppers, the postal system and established a secular society which ushered an era of peace, harmony and development. During his short tenure as Emperor of India he ruled India from Bihar and above all belonged to Bihar. His mausoleum at Sasaram and Rohtas Fort in Rohtas are architectural marvels, unique and distinct in their style and encompases the best in Afghan and Mughal traditions of art, aesthetic and architecture. .


The logo of BIPARD symbolizes a secular, dynamic, integrated and all persuasive approach to learning and training that is imparted in Bihar Institute of Public Administration and Rural Development (BIPARD).
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Shershah Suri’s motif

Logo of BIPARD