Everything you need to know about Rajiv Gandhi University

Everything you need to know about Rajiv Gandhi University

Rajiv Gandhi University was established in the year 1984 by then-Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. It’s a very old university in Arunachal Pradesh. Rajiv Gandhi University is a public university that runs with the motto of “Knowledge imparts mortality.” There is currently an outstanding number of 994 students enrolled in the university with about 209 dedicated academic staff and 256 hardworking administrative staff. Rajiv Gandhi University is recognized by the University Grants Commission, the National Assessment and Accreditation Council, the Association of Indian Universities, and the Association of Commonwealth Universities.

Rajiv Gandhi University is a Central University which is recognized by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India. The university has the following actively working departments:

Faculty of Agricultural Science

· Department of Food Technology

Faculty of Education

· Department of Education

· Department of Physical Education

Faculty of Languages

· Department of English

· Department of Hindi

Faculty of Social Science

· Department of Anthropology

· Department of Economics

· Department of History

· Department of Political Science

· Department of Sociology

· Department of Social Work

Faculty of Basic Science

· Department of Mathematics

· Department of Physics

· Department of Chemistry

Faculty of Environmental Science

· Department of Geography

Faculty of Life Science

· Department of Botany

· Department of Zoology

Faculty of Engineering & Technology

· Department of Computer Science and Engineering

· Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Faculty of Information Technology

· Department of Mass Communications

Faculty of Commerce and Management Studies

· Department of Commerce

· Department of Management

Rajiv Gandhi University has a total of 36 colleges affiliated with it.

Colleges affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi University:

JAWAHARLAL NEHRU COLLEGE 

Jawaharlal Nehru College was set up in 1964.

Courses offered:

UG

∙  Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

 B.A – English

 B.A – Hindi

 B.A – Geography

 B.A – Political Science

 B.A – History

 B.A – Education

 B.A – Economics

 B.A – Sociology

∙  Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)

 B.Sc – Mathematics

 B.Sc – Physics

 B.Sc – Chemistry

 B.Sc – Botany

 B.Sc – Zoology

∙ Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.)

PG 

MASTER OF ARTS/ M.A.

∙M.A. – History: Intake Capacity 25 students.

∙M.A. – Geography: Intake Capacity 15 students.

∙M.A .- Hindi: Intake Capacity 20 students.

DERA NATUNG GOVERNMENT COLLEGE

Dera Natung Government College was set up in 1979.

Courses offered:

UG

Bachelor of Arts

  • English
  • Hindi
  • History
  • Education
  • Political Science
  • Economics
  • Geography

Bachelor of Commerce

  • Marketing Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Accounting & Finance
  • Entrepreneurship

Bachelor of Science

  • Botany
  • Zoology
  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • Mathematics

INDIRA GANDHI GOVERNMENT COLLEGE

Indira Gandhi Government College was established in 1986.

Courses offered:

UG

Bachelor of Arts

  • Economics
  • Education
  • English Elective
  • Geography
  • Hindi
  • History
  • Political Science

Bachelor of Science

  • Botany
  • Chemistry
  • Mathematics
  • Physics 
  • Zoology

Bachelor of Commerce 

DONYI POLO GOVERNMENT COLLEGE

Donyi Polo Government College was set up in 1996.

Courses offered:

  • Bachelor of Arts/ BA
  • Bachelor of Commerce/BCOM

WANGCHA RAJKUMAR GOVERNMENT COLLEGE

Wangcha Rajkumar Government College was established in 1997.

Courses offered:

  • Bachelor of Arts/ BA
  • Bachelor of Commerce/ BCOM

SAINT CLARET COLLEGE

Saint Claret College was set up in 2003.

Courses offered:

Bachelor of Arts (General)

  • Anthropology
  • Economics
  • Education
  • English Elective
  • Geography
  • History
  • Political Science 

Bachelor of Arts 

  • Mass Communication

Bachelor of Commerce

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