• The Department hosted the 30th session of the All India History Congress in 1968 which was attended by eminent historians of India and abroad includingDr. A. L. Basham of Australia.
  • The third session of the All India Congress of American History was also hosted by the Department in 1968.
  • The Department organized Silver Jubilee function in 1989 and a National Seminar on “Sahajanand Saraswati and Peasant Movement” was organized.
  • In the same year Dr. Bisheswar Prasad Memorial Lecture was also instituted. The first memorial lecture was delivered by Prof. Rothermund of Heidelberg University, Germany in Feb. 1989 and was inaugurated by Prof. R. S. Sharma of Delhi University.
  • The department also organized Second Memorial lecture which was delivered by Prof. R. S. Sharma, Dec. 1991.
  • Third Memorial Lecture was delivered by Prof. Ashok Kumar, I.A.S.
  • B. B. Mishra Memorial lecture was also organized by the Department.
  • Prof. P. Mishra was awarded “Full Bright Smith-Munds” scholarship in 1962-63.
  • Dr. S.M. Habibuddin also went abroad through same fellowship programme.
  • Dr. D. P. Singh was awarded East-West Centre Fellowship and went to Hawaii to pursue academic research.
  • The department also undertook the publication of a research journal and has published two volumes entitled “Recent Researches”
  • Prof. Pramila Shrivastava, Prof. R. S. Tiwari, Prof. B. D. Pandey and Prof. R. R. Mishra regularly attended the session of Indian History Congress and participated in deliberations of various Seminars of national and state level.
  • Late Dr. Sri Govind Mishra, Retd. faculty of the Department published his book on “Constitutional Development & National Movement In India”.
  • Dr. C. P. N. Sinha, former Head of this Department, Presided as Sectional President of Indian History Congress (Ancient India).
  • Prof. Pramila Shrivastava was awarded fellowship by U.G.C. for three years with full pay.
  • The D.Litt. Thesis of Prof. R. R. Mishra was published with grant of I.C.H.R.
  • Dr. Rajshekhar’s Ph.D. thesis entitled “Myanmar’s Nationalist Movement and India (1906-1948)”, is under publication with the grant support of Indian Council Of Social Science Research (ICSSR), New Delhi.
  • Dr. Rajshekhar, faculty of the department has presented his academic research papers in International Seminars at Gothenburg University, Sweden, Halmstad University, Sweden, and National University of Singapore (NUS),Singapore.
  • The department recently organized seminars “Jay Prakash Memorial Lecture” On 4th February,2003 and “Subhas Chandra Memorial Lecture” on 23rd January 2003.