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Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad, Maharashtra


Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad, Maharashtra
Aurangabad (District Aurangabad)
Maharashtra, India
Pin Code : 431004

Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad Maharashtra is a University recognised by UGC. Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad Maharashtra is also known as Marathwada University.
Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University is situated in Aurangabad of Maharashtra state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Aurangabad comes under Aurangabad Tehsil, Aurangabad District.

Fax # of Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad Maharashtra is 0240-2400291.

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Website of Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad Maharashtra is www.udms.edu.in.

Contact Details of Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad Maharashtra are : Telephone: +91-240-2400104, 2400203, 2403377

University has Department of Chemical Technology.
Dr. B. A. M.University Dept. Of Management Science
College Code 2001
Railway Station Aurangabad( 6.0 km.)
Bus Stand Aurangabad( 3.0 km.)
Hostel Intake Boys: 5 Girls : 5

Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Sub Centre, Osmanabad Pincode: 413501
Collegecode: 2002
(02472) 02472-225256
Railway Station Osmanabad Railway Station( 8.0 km.)
Bus Stand Osmanabad Bus Stand ( 4.0 km.)
Hostel Intake Boys: Nil Girls : Nil

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About University

The Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada Univerity, formerly known as Marathwada University, was established in 1958 at Aurangabad in the Marathwada region of Maharashtra with the motto 'Knowledge is sacred and it is the source of enlightenment'. Marathwada region comprises eight districts, and was originally a part of the princely state of Hyderabad, then known as Nizam State. The economy of this drought prone area is based mostly on agriculture. The University Grants Commission declared the region educationally backward long time ago. In 1948, there was only one college providing education up to intermediate level. The students were required to go to Hyderabad, Nagpur, Pune and Mumbai for further higher studies. Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar, veteran leader and architect of Indian Constitution, established colleges of higher education at Nagsen Vana campus, Aurangabad, in early 1950. Veteran freedom fighters Shri Swami Ramanand Teerth and Shri Govinbhai Shroff established colleges of higher learning subsequently.

On this backdrop, this University was established to provide access to higher education for students from the rural agricultural families with social, economic, and educational backwardness. The University was expected to give impetus for establishment of new colleges and institutions of higher learning. The University Grants Commission granted recognition to this University under 12B of its act in 1959 as an affiliating University. In the year 1994, this region came to have a second University - Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University at Nanded, and the then Marathwada University was renamed as Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University having jurisdiction over the four districts of Aurangabad, Jalna, Beed, and Osmanabad. The main campus is located in a sprawling 700 acre plot at Aurangabad. This University has a satellite campus at Ratnagiri.

During the last four decades, there has been a phenomenal growth in the University both in the physical and the academic sense. The University has 28 departments under 13 faculties. It is offering about 29 postgraduate courses, 42 Ph D and 42 postdoctoral programmes as well as some certificate and diploma courses, at a unit cost Rs 21,000/- per student. Two of the university departments have SAP / ULP programs.


Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University ('BAMU', formerly known as 'Marathwada University') is located in Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India.

Information about the region is available in 'Marathwada'.

BAMU was established as "Marathwada University" on August 23, 1958. Currently, 153 colleges are affiliated to the university, the student population exceeding one hundred thousand.

The MBA program of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University started in 1972. This MBA Program proliferates today in response to the demand made for it by university graduates who decide that such a degree will enhance their career potential.
The MBA is a classic Professional based 24 months full-time and 36 months part time course of study offered by this department. The workload is very heavy, the involvement of the student is total, and standards of academic performance are extremely in response to needs of industrialists. These facts are well known in other peer institutions from Mumbai and Pune, with the result that these MBA are highly regarded in the industrial world and the MBA from the DMS - Dr. BAMU are not exception to this.

The esteem in which this university MBA is held by academic institutions is most thoroughly shared by the corporate world. The demand for MBA on the part of multinational and Indian industrial, commercial and financial entities has constantly outpaced the number of graduates available.

Nearly 120 students have annually been graduating from this department. The great majority are Indian nationals, although few graduates come from other foreign countries. The age of the students' ranges from 22 to over 25, with the average being 23 years. An increasing number of women participants, presently accounts for 15% of the class.

The University
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University is celebrating golden jubilee of its foundation (2007-08). Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University symbolizes higher education in modern times in Marathwada region. It is making progress for more than a quarter century with motto 'Knowledge is sacred, and is the source of enlightenment '. There was only one college in Nizam's reign in Marathwada. Great leaders like Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar and Swami Ramananda Teerth made efforts for the spread of higher education in this region. Realizing the need of this area, the then Chief Minister of Maharashtra state late Shri Yeshwantrao Chavan expedited the process of establishment of this University. A Committee under the chairmanship of late Justice S.M. Palnitkar was appointed for the establishment of the University, which submitted its report on 1st December 1957 and accordingly the State government passed an Act for the establishment the University, with immediate effect. On 23rd August 1958, Marathwada University was inaugurated at the auspicious hands of our first Prime Minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru.

Profile of University

Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University was initiated by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru on 23rd August in the year 1958. The university was formerly known as Marathwada University. Today, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University has achieved unique qualitative progress academically. The extensive campus of about seven hundred acres of land is covered by huge hills on the western side of Aurangabad caves and to its east side is Bibi Ka Makbura and picturesque sky-line. Some of its beautiful attractions are the history museum and the green botanical garden. The campus also has a badminton hall, swimming pool and gymnasium of Olympic level.

The university changed the name to Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University on 14th January, 1994. After renaming out of seven districts in Marathwada, the college in four districts i.e. Aurangabad, Jalna, Beed and Osmanabad were affiliated to Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar MarathwadaUniversity. Over the years, it has initiated 13 faculties which include arts, social sciences, science, commerce, fine arts, physical education, medicine, engineering, law education, ayurveda, homeopathy and management science. Currently 182 colleges are affiliated to this University.

Contact Detailed:
Address : Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University Aurangabad - 431 004 Maharashtra

Pin : 431004

Registrar : (0240) 2403222

University Development : (0240)2400333

University FAX : :(0240)-2403113

Registrar- Fax : (0240)-2403335

University Email : vc@bamu.net

Registrar Email : registrar@bamu.net

Website : www.bamu.net

Vice-chancellor : Dr.Nagnath Kottapalle

Tel : (0240) 2403111

Registrar : Dr.Ashok Chavan

Tel : (O) 2403222 DOU13052008


In the first quarter of 18th Century, Marathwada become part of Nizam's Domain. To reward of long and distinguished career in war and politics, Aurangzeb appointed his general, Asif Jah as subhedar of Deccan in 1713 with the title of Nizam-Ul-Mulk, which become the hereditary little of the family. It remained a part of the Nizam Domain until 1948 when police action merged the Hyderabad State into the Indian Union.Marathwada is a division of Maharashtra state in India. Aurangabad Division popularly known as Marathwada. It was basically founded as a military camp and a seat subhedar in Deccan. Later on it was developed as a big trading town and a lending cultural center of the Deccan, Aurangabad is an ancient city with great historical tradition. It was a part of Nizam's territory. After the police action in 1948, Aurangabad come under the jurisdiction the Government of Indian and on the reorganization of the state in 1956 the Marathwada became a part of bilingual state of Bombay and from 1st May 1960 Marathwada has been a part of the state of Maharashtra.

Marathwada can well be described as the home of Arts, Culture and Literature. The Caves of Ajanta and Ellora, which lie in this region, attract scholar's artist, Students and visitors from distant part of the world Marathwada region has a rich literary and culture heritage. The Well-known poets, writers, saints and philosophers of Maharashtra Belong to this region. Dnyaneshwar, Namdeo, Ekanath, Dasopant and Ramdas are notable names. They have been responsible for the epithet cradle of Marathi Literature, applied to this region. 'SIRAJ' a great poet of early Urdu Literature and 'WALI' known as fathers of Modern Urdu Poetry were born here and lived here in the city of Aurangabad. A year before the establishment of the Marathwada University for the population of approximately 53 lakhs in 1957, there ware around 3686 primary schools, 231 middle schools and 95 high schools in Marathwada. There wear one polytechnic and one technical school at Aurangabad until 1950; there was one intermediate college run by the Osmania University at Aurangabad. Two non-government college were started one at Aurangabad and one at Nanded in 1950. Five more colleges came into existence between 1954 and 1956, three established by the government namely, a college of Education and a college of Medicine at Aurangabad, and a college of agriculture at Parbhani and a college of Science at Mominabad. The number of students passing the H.S.C. examination had increased form 1,065 in 1957-58.

The Demand For A University For Marathwada :
For a longer period Marathwada was educationally neglected. There ware only nine intermediate college and ninety-five high schools for a total population 5,300,000 in Marathwada region before 1st November 1958. Moreover all the college were affiliated to the Osmania University, Hyderabad. The Student of Aurangabad (Marathwada) had to go to the Osmania University of Hyderabad for further studies. There were no facilities for post graduate and research students. It was difficult for a student of average means form the distinct to avail of the educational facilities in Hyderabad.Hence there was a demand form the people of Marathwada region for having an independent University in Marathwada Region increased when the number of students had to go all the way to Hyderabad for their education.After merging of the Marathi speaking areas of Hyderabad in the old state of Bombay the people of Marathwada felt free to give expression to their aspiration, and began to voice their demand for the establishment of University for the region. Educational and other associations urged the need for a separate University for Marathwada for the educational cultural and general development of the region.

In the Osmania University, the medium of instruction was Urdu as it was established in the Nizam State After political change in 1947, the independence of India the regional language were adopted as medium of Secondary Level Education. Therefore, It was necessary to teach the higher education in regional language because of this problem people form Marathwada region demanded a new University for the educational as well as Socio Economical development.

The Movement :
On 12th December 1954 meeting was organized by Marathwada Shikshan Samiti in which emphasis was given on Separate University for the purpose of cultural and Educational activities two Convention of members of Parliament and of the State Legislature in 1955-1956 strongly represented the need for a University on 29th July 1956 a delegation of members of Parliament and of the state Legislature an educationists in Marathwada Submitted memorandum to the Chief Minister of Hyderabad State making of similar demand the Government of Hyderabad appointed a committee. The committee submitted its report an on 27th October 1956 the Council of Ministers recorded its view that it was strongly of the opinion that a separate University for Marathwada area should be established. Shri Y.B. Chavan who was Chief Minister of Bombay then toured Marathwada in January 1957 wherever he went and received representations form the local bodies, students and citizens, pressing the demand for a University for Marathwada.

In response to the educational demand of Marathwada region on 27th April 1957 the government of Marathwada published its resolution appointing a Committee to report on the question of establishment of a separate University for the Marathwada area under the chairmanship of the Late Justice S.M. Paluitkar Ex chief Justice of the Hyderabad High court and later judge of Bombay High court. The committee was composed nine members recommended the establishment of original University for Marathwada area with the teaching and affiliating functions, which should pay special attention to need of the region. The committee submitted its report on the 1st December 1957. Following the recommendations of the committee, government took immediate steps to draft the necessary legislation and the Marathwada University Act received the assent of the Governor on the 5th May 1958.Shri S.R. Dongerkery, Rector of the University of Bombay who was the member of the Marathwada University committee, was appointed the first vice-chancellor by the government of Bombay on the 2nd June 1958. He assumed charge of his office on the 19th June 1958. Shri. M.P. Chitins, the principal of Milind Mahavidyalaya, Aurangabad and a member of Marathwada University committee, was appointed by Government as the first Registrar, he took charge of his office on the 18th June 1958.

The 23rd August 1958 will be inscribed in golden letters in the annals of the history of the Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, as it was on this day that Shri. Late Jawaharlal Nehru, prime minister of India, inaugurated the University in the presence of the large & distinguished gathering at Aurangabad on the premises of the temporary building of the University office. On this historic occasion, the prime minister unveiled a marble plague on which has been inscribed the words :
Shri Prakash, chancellor of the University, the governor of Bombay, presided over the function, and among the distinguished guest present on occasion were Shri Hitendra Desai, Minister of education, Shri Bhagwantrao Gadhe, Minister of Forest, Shri Devsing Chauhan and Shri Shankar Rao Chauhan. Although, Shri Yashwantrao Chavan, the Chief Minister of Bombay had come for the inauguration ceremony from Bombay with the Prime Minister, owing to indisposition, he was unable to be present at the inauguration. More than 3,000 including students and teachers the leading citizens of Aurangabad and other important cities of Marathwada were present at the gathering.

University Buildings :
The Government of Bombay lent the two-storied building belonging to the middle school situated in Aurangpura (New Zilla Parishad) with its annexes. Until such time as the University is able to construct its own buildings on the University campus. It was proposed to utilize the existing building for the office. The meeting of the University bodies, for accommodating the University departments and library and for holding some of the post graduates classes.

In all the eight colleges in Marathwada were affiliated to the Osmania University, when the Marathwada University was established in June-1958 one more college at Jalna was affiliated in the month of July of the same year.The affiliation of nine colleges with the Osmania University terminated on October 31, 1958. The nine colleges are as follows:

(1) The Government college of Art & Science, Aurangabad (Established on 1923).

(2) The Milind Mahavidyalaya, Aurangabad (Established on 1950).

(3) The People's college, Nanded (Established on 1950).

(4) The Government college of education, Aurangabad (Established on 1954).

(5) The Marathwada college of Agriculture, Parbhani (Established on 1956).

(6) The Manikchand Pahade low college, Aurangabad (Established on 1956).

(7) The Government Medical college, Aurangabad (Established on 1956).

(8) The Yogeshwari Science college, Mominabad (Established on 1956).

(9) The Arts & S.B.L. commerce college, Jalna (Established on 1958).

Name : A many names were suggested for the proposed University such as Marathwada, Aurangabad, Paithan, Pratishthan, Daulatabad, Deogiri, Ajanta, Shalivahana, Satawahana, Shivaji etc.

The University has to serve the need of the whole Marathwada region with a common historical and cultural. The name of city however illustrious cannot be exercise the same spell upon the imagination of the Marathwada People. The name of the University must be such that it will make an emotional appeal to the heart and minds of the people. The name Marathwada has that advantage, therefore it was named as 'Marathwada University' on 14th January 1994 the University was renamed 'Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University' to pay homage to work done by Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar for the educational development of Marathwada region.The University Campus covers an area of more then 650 Acres of land. The main approach road is from the south, which is about a mile and a quarter in length. The hills provide a picturesque background with silvery streak of small cascades during the rain. The famous Aurangabad Caves embedded in the Campus. The Suneri Mahal (Golden Palace) an ancient monument at the foot of the hills, is at the Centre of the Campus. The Bibi Ka Makabara helps to break the monotony of landscape to the north cast of the campus.

The design adopted for the coat of arms bears the following emblems:-
(1) An Ajanta Arch with a base in which the above - mentioned motto is inscribed. The arch is a symbol of the glory of the art of painting and sculpture which reached their acme in the Ajanta Caves, a glory that has survived, undimmed and unrivalled, through centuries, and thousand of admiring visitors to this day from the most distant part of the world.

(2) A Pothi or book lying open on a book-rest, symbolizing learning,

(3) A shealf of Jowar, representing agriculture, the chief occupation and means of livelihood of the majority of the people of Marathwada which primarily an agricultural tract,

(4) Two elephants, representing the strength of purpose of the people of Marathwada,

(5) A wheel standing for progress, industrial progresses in particular.

The coat of arms may be regarded as fair representation of the aims and ideals of the university, which has been established among, people mainly devoted of the vocation of agriculture, with a rich cultural back ground and a firm determination to pursue knowledge and learning and at the same time to achieve economic and industrial progress. The motto affirms the inviolability of knowledge; a quality that abides is knowledge itself.

Objective of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University :
'Following are the objectives of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University. To disseminates create and preserve knowledge and understand by teaching, research, extension and service and by effective demonstration and influence of its corporate, extension and society.'

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Function of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University:
The functions of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University are as follows:

(1) To play a significant role in the economic, educational, social and cultural development of people of Marathwada.

(2) To cater to the need of higher education in the region.

(3) To cultivate and promote the arts, commerce, science, medicine, engineering, technology and other branches of learning and culture.

(4) To organize maintain and manage university laboratories, libraries, museum and other equipments for teaching and research.

(5) To contribute to the advancement and dissemination of knowledge by undertaking Post Graduate and research in its own departments as well as through its college and recognized institutions.

(6) To serve as a nursery of leaders indifferent walks of life, Professional, industrial economic, Political, social who can actively help in all direction and in the resuscitation if its unique culture.


The places were suggested for the seat of the University via Aurangabad, Nanded & Mominabad. The seat for the University was to be at Aurangabad.The reasons in favor of locating the University at Aurangabad are very cogent. Aurangabad has for a long time been an important cultural center of Marathwada.Deogiri (Daulatabad), the capital of Yadavas is only 8 miles from it, while the world famous Ellora caves, are 4 miles further, and the Ajanta caves whose frescoes have won the admiration of the world are just 64 miles from it.Paithan, the ancient Pratisthan of Eknath and Maharubhav fame, is 34 mils away. Aurangabad was a division center during the Hyderabad regime.Hence the committee strongly recommended that the seat of the University is located at Aurangabad.

Educational Streams

The university imparts undergraduate, postgraduate courses as well as research activities under its academic departments. In addition it schedules Continuing Education program as per the guidance of University Grants Commission, New Delhi, through Diploma in Adult Continuing and Extension Education and Post Masters Diploma in Counseling. Several self-financed certificate courses are available in Beauticians and Personality Development, Human Rights, Dairy Farming, Dress-making and Designing, Anganwadi / Balwadi (Nursery), Rural Journalism, Library Management, Sales Representative, Art of Living and Communicative English. The university has implemented the National Adult Education and Extension Programme as per the guidance of University Grants Commission (UGC). The university has proper infrastructure to conduct research programs. It also provides social work education including its politicial, economical, physical and cultural aspects.

In order to create a status of reputed academic center, the university exists with all the residential facilities by providing Hostels, Canteen, Health Center, Banking, Post Office and Guest House. Students may have opportunity to get consultancy services from IAS and SET/NET Coaching Centers. University Employment and Guidance Bureau, University Network and Information Center and E-Suvidha are other key facilities in and around the university campus.

Dr B R Ambedkar Marathwada University Aurangabad was founded in 1958 as Marathwada University. On 14th January, 1994 the University was renamed as Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University to pay homage to work done by Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar for the educational development of Marathwada region.


* Department of Marathi
* Department of Hindi
* Department of English
* Department of Sanskrit
* Department of Pali & Buddhism
* Department of Dramatics
* Department of Foreign Language
* Department of Urdu
* Department of Chemistry:
* Department of Computer Science & Information Technology
* Department of Environmental Science
* Department of Mathematics
* Department of Physics
* Department of Statistics
* Department of Zoology
* Department of Commerce
* Department of Management Science
* Department of Political Science
* Department of Public Administration
* Department of History
* Department of Library Science
* Department of Economics
* Department of Sociology
* Department of Psychology
* Department of Journalism and Mass Communication
* Department of Tourism Administration
* Department of Law
* Department of Education
* Department of Physical Education

The University is an examination as well as teaching body. It carries out its own teaching departments. At present Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University has 30 Department:
(1) Department of Marathi Language & Literature

(2) Department of English

(3) Department of Hindi

(4) Department of Foreign Language

(5) Department of Economics

(6) Department of Political Science

(7) Department of Public Administration

(8) Department of History & Ancient Indian Culture

(9) Department of Sociology

(10) Department of Commerce

(11) Department of Management Science

(12) Department of Zoology

(13) Department of Chemistry

(14) Department of Botany

(15) Department of Mathematics

(16) Department of Statistics

(17) Department of Physics

(18) Department of Dramatics

(19) Department of Journalism

(20) Department of Library & Information Science

(21) Department of Pali & Buddhism

(22) Department of Psychology

(23) Department of Physical Educations

(24) Department of Environmental Science

(25) Department of Computer Science

(26) Department of Education

(27) Department of Geography

(28) Department of Sanskrit

(29) Department of Tourism

(30) Department of Urdu

(31) Department of Law

(32) Department of Biochemistry

(33) Department of Chemical Technology


Courses Of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University
Faculty of Arts
BA; Duration-3 years
Eligibility-XII Std. of Maharashtra State Board of sec. and higher sec. education or equivalent.

Duration-2 years
Eligibility-BA in relevant subjects;

Duration-1 year
Eligibility- Bachelor's Degree.

Duration-1 year
Eligibility - BLIbSc.

Duration-3 years with an exam at the end of each year
Eligibility - Bachelor's Degree.

Duration-1 year
Eligibility - Bachelor's Degree.

Duration-1 year
Eligibility - BJ Degree.

Duration-4 years
Eligibility-The candidate should have passed the foundation course exam of 1 year duration conducted by the Directorate of Art, Govt. of Maharashtra or equivalent

Duration-3 years
Eligibility -Intermediate exam.

Duration-2 years
Eligibility -Bachelor's Degree or Diploma in rural service awarded by National Council of Rural higher Education, Govt. of India.

Faculty of Commerce
Duration-3 years with university exam each year
Eligibility -XII Std. higher sec. exam.

Duration-2 years
Eligibility - BCom Degree.

Duration-2 years
Eligibility - Graduate.

Duration-2 years
ligibility - Bachelor's Degree.

Faculty of Education
Duration-1 years
Eligibility-Bachelor's Degree in Arts, Science, Commerce or Agri. or equivalent exam.

Duration-3 years
Eligibility-BEd Degree.

Duration-1 year
Eligibility-Bachelor's Degree.

Duration-1 year
Eligibility- BPEd or DPEd exam.
Faculty of Engineering

Duration-4 years
Eligibility-XII Std. exam with 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry, and Maths taken together.

Duration-2 years
Eligibility-BE Degree.

B Arch
Duration-5 years
Eligibility-XII Std. with 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry, and Maths taken together.

Faculty of Law
Duration-3 years with university exam each year
Eligibility - Bachelor's Degree.

Bachelor of Social Legislation (BSL)
Duration-3 years
Eligibility-10+2 and pass in Pre-Law.

Duration-5 years
Eligibility-10+2 and pass in Pre-Law.

Duration-2 years with an exam at the end of each year
Eligibility - LLB Degree.
Faculty of Medicine

Duration-5 1/2 years including 1 year internship after the 3rd exam and with exam at the end of every 1 1/2 years.
Eligibility-Inter school exam with botany, physics, chemistry & zoology including elements of genetics or XII Std. exam with relevant group of subjects

Duration-3 years
Eligibility - MBBS Degree.

Duration-5 years
Eligibility -HSC or XII Std. exam with science.

B Pharm
Duration-4 years
Eligibility-XII std. exam with English, physics, chemistry, biology and maths with 50% aggregate marks.

Duration-5 1/2 years
Eligibility -XII Std. exam.

Duration-5 1/2 years including internship
Eligibility-XII Std. exam. (Science subjects).

Faculty of Science
Duration-3 years
Eligibility-XII Std.higher sec. or equivalent.
Bachelor of Chemical Technology
Duration-4 years
Eligibility-XII Std. or equivalent in science.

M Sc
Duration-2 years
Eligibility- B Sc exam. of the university or exam recognized as equivalent thereto.

M Sc (Biotech)
Duration-2 years
Eligibility-B Sc with chemistry / biochemistry / microbiology / zoology.

Duration-3 years
Eligibility-Bachelor's Degree with 50% marks.

Vice Chancellors Message

The University, ever since its inception has unwaveringly been committed to the cause of moulding the future of young generation, the real architect of the nation. A comprehensive development of the nation cannot be achieved unless the backward regions are given prominence on the target list. Universities are rightly considered as the centers of knowledge and wisdom. We have, therefore, undertaken the mission to transform the future of this region though refined modes of learning, teaching, research and extension services.

Our holistic mission and slogan is, "A marked change in all directions." The higher goals, with limited means and modes, certainly call for consistency, stability and unshakeable determination. The University therefore, has been very consistently making the best of its efforts to improve the standard of quality education in the region by modifying and updating the syllabi from time to time. Keeping up parity with other universities in the state and country at large is also one of the most important objectives of this university.

The positive result of the university's incessant and well designed effort can conspicuously be witnessed in the attitudinal and behavioral changes in the conspicuously be witnessed in the attitudinal and behavioral changes in the student's community in particular and community of the Marathwada region in general. Restoration of the trust in higher education, noticeably increasing ratio of education and inculcation of competitive spirit in our younger minds, is another significant achievement of this university. The faculty also deserves a special mention in this regard. Our teachers are a community of curious scholars highly attuned to the drastic global changes in the field of education and are sincerely committed to the promotion of quality education in the region.

The new millennium has its own demands, its own pressures. We all have got to be highly vigilant and sensitive on the front of education if desire to keep pace with the radically changing times. Quality higher education of the only means through which we can meet the challenges of the recent times and keep up our national determination can strengthen and enhance the multicultural image of our nation.

Let us all join hands together to build up this mind. I welcome you all once again.

Prof. Dr. Nagnath Kottapalle

About The Department

The library has good stocks of wide range of subjects in Management and related fields. Professional journals like Harvard Business review. The Economist, Business Times, among the other supplement the knowledge gained in the classroom session and from the books. Acquisition of the good books on management and allied subjects is in full swing. The library also has a collection of the videocassettes and CDs on a variety of subjects required for management students for studies and general development.

Computer Lab
The computer lab is well equipped with latest configuration and peripherals. Students are encouraged and helped to master packages like MS- Office 2003, Oracle 9I, Tally 6.3, Visual Studio. New Software Packages are constantly added in order to keep students abreast of the latest development. A team of well-qualified visiting faculties and instructor attend the students to ensure the new users become familiar to use computer and practice user to upgrade their knowledge ands skills. The computer lab is useful to numerous subjects of MBA; The Internet facility is provided to all the students from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.

35 scholars feted by MKCL

Pune: The Maharashtra Knowledge Corporation Ltd (MKCL) on Sunday felicitated 35 top scorers from its Nurturing Excellence and Talent (NET) programme, which aims at preparing students for international exams and motivating them to carry out research.

The highlight of NET 2009-10 was the increasing number of participants from Marathi medium schools. Earlier, this number used to be limited. NET includes various activities, experiments, lectures on biology, physics and chemistry, besides visits to the Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research (IISER) and the National Chemical Laboratory (NCL).

Over 9,000 students from 14 districts participated in the programme this year. Thirty-five top scorers were felicitated. Five of these students were awarded gold medals, while seven were presented with silver and bronze medals on Sunday. Others were given certificates.
The 35 students hail from districts like Ahmednagar, Beed, Dhule, Jalgaon, Latur, Solapur, Gondia, Amravati, Gadchiroli, Yavatmal and Wardha.
NET consists of three exams for students of standards VII-X. The quality and difficulty level are as good as international standards. These exams are held online and on-demand mode.NET coordinator Yashodhan Kale said that since MKCL started distributing the study material and DVDs in Marathi and held lectures in Marathi, the number of participants from Marathi schools had gone up.

We are happy that more students from the Marathi medium are participating. These students are talented but most of the time they lag behind just because they are not from English medium schools, said Kale.

He also noted that the number of girls had also increased. Thirty-five per cent of the participants this year were girls.

Vice chancellor of Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad, VM Pandharipande, said that the present day challenge was to find simple solutions to complicated problems, and stressed on the need to improve the communication between teachers and students.
Former vice chancellor of the University of Pune (UoP) and director of MKCL, Ram Takwale, stressed on projects to encourage novel ideas and innovation among students.Maharashtra Science Olympiad scholars at the felicitation ceremony at Bal Shikshan Mandal auditorium on Sunday

Now, online facility for college admissions

PUNE: The Maharashtra Knowledge Corporation Limited (MKCL) on Tuesday announced the launch of an online application facility for admissions to first year degree courses at about nine universities spread across the state.

Students can use this facility through a dedicated portal --- www.ugpgadmission.com. After registering on the website, a student can fill up the admission form through online, take a print and submit it to the college concerned.
This facility will be an optional choice for students apart from the regular process wherein a student can approach a college, get the form and submit it.

Vivek Sawant, managing director of MKCL, said that nine universities have partnered for the online process. These include, Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada university (Aurangabad), Mumbai university (Mumbai), North Maharashtra university (Jalgaon), Rashtrsant Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur university (Nagpur), Sant Gadgebaba Amravati university (Amravati), Solapur university (Solapur), SNDT womens university (Mumbai), Shivaji university (Kolhapur) and Gondwana university (Gadchiroli).
Sawant said, Information about the various courses run by about 3,000 colleges affiliated to these universities has been uploaded on the site. A student can easily secure information of any particular course run by affiliated colleges for the academic year 2012-13. The system will eliminate multiple visits to every college to secure information of courses and admission forms. Besides, it will assist the students in making appropriate choice of subjects and thereby help in restricting errors in the application forms.

The students will receive an SMS after completion of the process of uploading of forms. Accessibility to the site is also available at the MKCLs MS-CIT centres.

Sawant further said that the website has provided multiple choice options wherein a student can apply at more than one college. About 3 lakh students are expected to avail of this facility. Students will be able to access the information on the site from May 21 onwards, a few days ahead of declaration of standard XII results.

Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University reschedules exam after paper leakage

AURANGABAD: The Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University (Bamu) cancelled the third semester mathematics paper of second year engineering exams, as the question paper was leaked on Tuesday. The examination was to take place in 16 centres across four districts of Marathwada on Wednesday.

Vice-chancellor Vijay Pandharipande has instituted a three-member inquiry committee which would submit a report within a week.

Addressing a news conference here on Wednesday, Pandharipande announced June 19 as the new date for the exam.

The vice-chancellor said it would be unwise to put the blame on anyone immediately. I am disturbed by the development. It has caused a waste of time and energy of students who genuinely prepared for the examination, said Pandhripande.

Summary: Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad Maharashtra website, mobile, contact address and approval / recognition details.