Mizoram University

Set up on 2nd July 2001, by the ‘Mizoram University Act, 2000’, the Mizoram University is a Central University extending its jurisdiction to the entire Mizoram. The university is nestled within 979 acres of lush green land beautifully surrounded with hills. The main campus of the university is situated in Tanhril, Aizawl.

The University aims at providing such knowledge and education that would help in educating and development of the people in the state of Mizoram. Besides, it also promotes research and other development programs. Currently the University has more than 8000 students, 27 colleges, 2 institutions and 18 academic departments. The different schools under the University of Mizoram are-

  • School of Life Sciences
  • School of Education & Humanities
  • School of Physical Science
  • School of Engineering & Technology
  • School of Social Sciences
  • School of Earth sciences & Natural Resources Management
  • School of Economics Management & Information Sciences
Some of the colleges with Mizoram University affiliation are as follows.
  • Aizwal College
  • College of Teacher’s Education, Aizwal
  • Lunglei College, Lunglei
  • Kolasib College, Kolasib
  • Champhai College
  • Govt. Saiha College
  • Aizwal North College
  • Aizwal West College
  • Mamit College, Mamit
  • Saitual College, Saitual
  • North Eastern College, Khawadungsei
  • Kamalanagar College, Chawngte
  • Aizwal Law College
The Vice- Chancellor of the University is Prof. A.N. Rai and the Registrar is Mr. Benjamina. Many programmes have been undertaken by the University. One of the academic programmes is the setting up of the School of Management and School of Engineering.

The library of MZU has been making significant contribution to various teaching programmes in the different University departments. At present, the library has a collection of more than 60,000 books, journals, thesis works and other documentaries. The library is also replete with computer sections and other important infrastructure.

Help from various bodies like UGC and various academic and other development programmes undertaken by the Mizoram University, the University is slowly developing, soon to become one of the reputed universities in India.

Last Updated on : March 25, 2016

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