Ahmedabad Gujarat University

Ahmedabad Gujarat University is one of the leading universities not only in Gujarat, but also in India. Ahmedabad Gujarat University is a member of 'The Association of Indian Universities (AIU)'. Some quick facts and essential information is provided below.

Address: Navrangpura, Ahmedabad - 380 009, Gujarat, India.

Phone: 91-079-26301341, 91-079-26300342/43

When Established: 23rd November, 1949

Institution Type: State University

Recognition: UGC Recognition

UGC Grants: Funded By UGC

NAAC Rating: B++ (February - March 2007)

Important Heads:

  • Chancellor: Shri Om Prakash Kohli, Governor of Gujarat

  • Vice-Chancellor: Dr. Parimal H Trivedi

  • Registrar: Mr. Minesh S. Shah

Land area of the University: 260 acres

Number of Affiliated Colleges (2005-2006): 250

Number of Recognized Institutions (2004-2005): 15

Number of Approved Institutions (2005-2006): 24

Total Number of Undergraduate Students: 1,87,771

Total Number of Postgraduate Students: 36,505

Highlights of Ahmedabad Gujarat University:

Oldest and biggest university of the State

Most preferred university for professional courses

Timely conduct of examinations and declaration of results

Internal and external evaluation

Student Welfare Departments:

  • Gujarat University Library
  • Gujarat University Health Center
  • Women's Development Cell
  • Gujarat University Employment Bureau
  • Gujarat University Hostel ( Boys )
  • Gujarat University Hostel ( Girls )
Some of the courses offered at Ahmedabad Gujarat University are as follows:

Doctorate Courses:

Doctor of Philosophy
Doctor of Medicine

Post Graduate Courses:

Master of Arts
Master of Laws
Master of Computer Application
Master of Business Administration
Master of Science
Master of Journalism
Master of Engineering

Graduate Courses:

Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Commerce
Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Engineering
Bachelor of Laws

Bachelor of Business Administration
Bachelor of Science - Nursing Affiliated Nursing Colleges

Diploma Courses:

Post Graduate Diploma in Bioinformatics
Post Graduate Diploma in Space Science & its Applications

Other courses offered at Ahmedabad Gujarat University are Certificate Courses, Preparatory Courses, and Study Abroad Programs.

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Last Updated on : March 28, 2016

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