• About The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda

    India's internationally renowned The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda (1949) has blossomed from the Baroda College (1881) which is one of the oldest centres of learning in western India. MSU is the only state University with a residential, unitary character having English as sole medium of instruction with more than 1200 well-qualified faculty members and 1500 administrative staff to facilitate the learning of more than 35000 students having cosmopolitan life on campus. The rich legacy of the University is crowned by the names of stalwarts like Nobel Laureate Dr. Venkatraman Ramakrishnan, Shri Aurobindo, Bharat Ratna Acharya Vinoba Bhave, Gyanpith awardee Shri Rajendra Shah, Dr. I. G. Patel, Lord Bhikhu Parekh, Shri Sam Pitroda, Prof. K. G. Subramanyan and many more.


Why The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda

  • With its multifaceted academic character and infrastructural strength in the form of equipments, laboratories, libraries and other facilities, the University is forging ahead t
  • Having 275 acres of land, It comprises of 14 Faculties (Arts, Commerce, Education & Psychology, Family & Community Sciences, Fine Arts, Journalism & Communication, Law, Management Studies, Medicine, Performing Arts, Science, Social Work, Technology & Engineering, Pharmacy) having 90 Departments, 3 constituent colleges (Polytechnic, M. K. Amin Arts and Science College & College of Commerce, Padra and Baroda Sanskrit Mahavidyalaya) and several specialized centres and institutes offering wide spectrum of courses from kindergarten to Ph.D. also with an excellent exposure to the co curricular and extra curricular experiences. The University has offered courses in design, fashion technology, hotel management and catering technology from the academic session 2013-14 onwards.
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