List of University of Allahabad alumni

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This is a list of notable alumni related to the University of Allahabad and its constituent colleges. Excluded from this list are those people whose only connection with Allahabad University is that they were awarded an honorary degree.

Bharat Ratna alumni[edit]

Padma Vibhushan recipient alumni[edit]

Writers and academics[edit]

Politicians and Bureaucrats[edit]


Rakesh Kumar Jain,IRS(CE)Rtd.,Ex Vice Chairman, Settlement Commission( M.Sc.Botany, Allahabad University 1969-71)

See also[edit]


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  12. ^ This campus had its Bharadwaj years ago, Indian Express, 17 November 1998. "Leaders of the stature of Madan Mohan Malaviya, Purshottam Das Tandon, Acharya Narendra Dev and scholars like Amar Nath Jha and M N Saha are among its alumni."
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