Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda

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The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda
Msu baroda logo.png
Motto in English
Love of beauty, Goodness and Intellectual Curiosity
TypeState university
Established1881 (1881)
AffiliationU.G.C, N.A.A.C
ChancellorShubhangini Raje Gaekwad
Vice-ChancellorParimal Vyas
Location, ,

The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda (MSU), formerly Baroda College is a public university in the city of Vadodara, in Gujarat state, India. Originally established as a college in 1881, it became a university in 1949 after the independence of the country. It was later renamed after its benefactor Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad III, the former ruler of Baroda State belonging the royal Gaekwad dynasty of the Marathas.


Statue of Sayajirao Gaekwad III in the university campus.

The university has its origins in the Baroda College, established in 1881 by Baroda State. The main building, which houses the Faculty of Arts, was designed by Robert Fellowes Chisholm in Indo-Saracenic architecture style, in a fusion of Indian and Byzantine arches and domes in brick and polychromed stone. The main dome on the convocation hall was modelled after the great dome of the Gol Gumbaz in Bijapur.

Pratap Singh Gaekwad of Baroda (1908–1968) (the last Maharaja of the erstwhile Baroda State) founded the university in 1949 on the wishes of his grandfather, Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad III (1863–1939), and settled the "Sir Sayajirao Diamond Jubilee and Memorial Trust" which exists to date, catering to the education and other needs of the people of the former Baroda State.[1] It has its origins in the Baroda College of Science established in 1881.


After hearing the university songs of the western universities, renowned theatre personality Prof. C. C. Mehta (from then College of Indian music, Dance & Dramatics of the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda) propose Hansa Mehta (the then vice chancellor) to write the Maharaja Sayajirao University’s own song, which she later approved. The song was composed by C. C. Mehta and the lyrics are in Gujarati, but it is traditionally written in the Devanagari script, as per the customs of the Baroda State.

Ame Vadodara na Vidyapeeth na Sapna Saravanaara
Ame Jyot jalavi Srushti navali sahasa Sarjanhara

Ame Gagan Kusum Kar Dharnara
Ame Magan Magan thai Farnara
Agan Baath Ame Bharnara
Ame Dainyatimir ne Harnara

Shri Sayaji Vidyapeeth na Gyan deep ne Dharanara
Satyam Shivam Sundaram no mantra anantar bhan nara



The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda is the only State University of Gujarat whose chancellor is not the governor of Gujarat. The chancellor is a member of the Royal family of Baroda.


The Vice-Chancellor of the university is appointed for three years.

  • Hansa Mehta: 1949-1958
  • Jyotindra Mehta: 1958-1964
  • C. S. Patel: 1964-1970
  • N. K. Vakil: 1970-1974
  • P. J. Madan: 1981-1984
  • Bhikhu Parekh: 1981-1984
  • M. N. Desai: 1985-1987
  • R. C. Patel: 1988-1990
  • V. C. Shah: 1990-1993
  • Suresh Dalal: 1993-1994
  • Padma Ramachandran: 1995-1998
  • Anil Kane: 1998-2001
  • K. C. Upadhyaya: 2002-2005
  • Manoj Soni: 2005-2008
  • Ramesh Goyal: 2008-2011
  • Yogesh Singh: 2011-2014
  • Parimal Vyas (Acting VC): 2014-15
  • Parimal Vyas: 2015 onwards

Faculty of Science[edit]

The old Baroda College founded in 1881 consisted of Arts and Science sections. The Faculty of Science started its independent existence in March 1951 with Dr C.S. Patel as its first dean. The Old Building which houses the Faculty of Science at present was completed in about 1934 in the reign of Srimant Sayajirao Gaekwad III of Baroda, a far-sighted ruler and maker of the modern city of Vadodara. It is conspicuous by its small copper dome and is flanked on the west by the building of Faculty of Education and Psychology and on the east by the majestic building of the Old Baroda College, now the Faculty of Arts. [2]

Department of Zoology[edit]

The Department of Zoology was founded in 1951 with Prof. J. C. George as founder head. Areas for research at the Department of Zoology include Avian Physiology, Biodiversity, Development and Regeneration[disambiguation needed], Endocrinology, Entomology, Fisheries and Aquatic Biology, Marine Biology, Ornithology, Reproductive Physiology and Endocrinology, Phytotherapeutics and Metabolic Physiology, Cancer Biology, Toxicology and Neurobiology. The department was awarded DRS in 1982 and later continued as DSA from 1992-2003. Further recognition of research activities resulted in funding through COSIST and FIST Programs. Department also received Infrastructure development grant under UGC-BSR scheme. Various funding agencies like UGC, ICAR, DST, DBT, MoES-OASTC, GSBTM, GBB etc. has provided funds for several research projects. The department offers Bachelors, Masters, and Doctoral programmes in Zoology.

Department of Physics[edit]

As a premier centre for Physics learning in India, the department, established in 1949, offers U.G., P.G. and PhD programme and is a sponsored department of Department Of Science and Technology, Government of India under FIST programme. In M.Sc., students are offered Solid State Physics, Electronics and Communication, Nuclear Physics, and Molecular Spectroscopy as specialization. The department is also equipped by two of the oldest and famous observatories: (i) Astronomical Observatory and (ii) Meteorological observatory.

Researchers are provided with advanced technologies including FTIR-4100 Spectrometer, Thermal Analyser (DSC), AFM, Workstations-4, Cluster Computing facility (Supercomputer), etc. which help them in researching on Condensed Matter Physics, Material Science, Experimental Nuclear Physics, Spectroscopy, Theoretical Particle Physics and Astrophysics.[3]

It is one of the oldest Physics departments in India, which adopted advanced curricula based on Courses viz, Berkeley Physics Course, Feynman Lecture Series, etc. under the leadership of S.K. Shah and H.S. Desai, then physics professors at Baroda Science College. Department has an active society, notably 'The Physical Society MSU Baroda'.[4] Department of Condensed Matter Physics has been sponsored for researches in coordination with TIFR and BARC by DST-FIST as a major beneficiary. Department is indulged in a number of active researches with record endowments. The university holds the accolade of having worldwide spread Departmental alumni, including LIGO scientist Karan Jani, Physicist Sudhir Trivedi, Particle physicist Sandip Pakvasa (Professor at University Of Hawaii), Sam Pitroda, engineer behind India's telecom revolution , theoretical physicist Arup Kumar Raychaudhuri and Nobel Laureate cum President, Royal Society, Venkatraman Ramakrishnan.

Dr. Vikram Sarabhai Institute of Cell and Molecular Biology[edit]

Dr. Vikram Sarabhai Institute of Cell and Molecular Biology

Established in 2012, Dr. Vikram Sarabhai Institute of Cell and Molecular Biology is an interdisciplinary research institute which integrates several departments of the Faculty of Science. The centre was established with the financial support of the Government of Gujarat. The institute started a 5-year Integrated M.Sc. programme in Cell and Molecular Biology in 2012. The course offers 30 seats each year, which are filled through a common entrance exam.[5]

Department of Environmental Studies[edit]

The Department of Environmental Studies offers a two-year Masters and three-year Bachelors programme in Environmental Science. The number of seats is 40 at Masters level. Students having a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science or any other branch with Chemistry as a subject are eligible for the test. In the last semester, students are given industrial training. Presentation of seminars and discussions are regular features of the programme. For Bachelors, students have to clear 6 semesters. There are theory and practical components and the programme is credit based. The visit to an industry or a Sanctuary, National Park is conducted in each semester. Students of Gujarat and other boards are eligible. The entrance test is conducted for 60 seats. The students undertake regular visits to industries, wildlife sanctuaries, and similar places for practical exposure. Six-month industrial training at the end of the third year gives them exposure to industrial working conditions, environment, and safety related issues.

Department of Computer Applications[edit]

Formally established in 2013, the department offers two programmes, Bachelor of Computer Applications (BCA) and M.Sc. in Software Technologies.[6]

Department of Biochemistry[edit]

The Department of Biochemistry was established in 1955, under the Chemistry Department, and was headed by Prof. C.V. Ramakrishnan, father of 2009 Chemistry Nobel Laureate Venkatraman Ramakrishnan). The department has a Center for Nutritional Studies. The department was awarded an Excellent status in 2006 by FIST, a Government of India accreditation agency. It imparts master's degree courses in Biochemistry & Medical Biotechnology with a force of around 50 research students.

The Biochemistry Department offers courses in enzymology, genetics, molecular biology, neuroscience, plant biochemistry, endocrinology, clinical biochemistry among others. The department conducts research in areas including acterial cooperation, polyketide synthase clusture, antibiotic resistance, Apoptosis, phosphate solubilisation, nitrogen fixation, probiotics, heavy metal toxicity, diabetes, prostate cancer, female infertility, endophytes, magnetoliposomes, protein folding, and vitiligo.

The department was funded under the DST-FIST I programme under which new equipment has been purchased and infrastructure facilities strengthened. The department has received support from UGC-DRS, UGC-DSA and COSIST programs.

The department has a strong base in Microbial technology and the main focus of the program is on Genetics, Molecular Biology, Industrial Microbiology, Immunology and other areas allied to Microbiology and Biotechnology. Basic training is given in Microbiology, Biochemistry, Genetics, Developmental Biology, Genetic Engineering, Biochemical Engineering and some aspects of Biophysics, Biostatistics, Environmental Biology.

The areas of research in which the department is engaged are:

  • Molecular Biology and Genetic Engineering
  • Microbiology
  • Bioprocess Engineering
  • Immunology, Biophysics

Courses offered: [7]

– Doctoral program – Master of Science in Biochemistry (M.Sc., 20 regular, 5 high payment seats) – Master of Science in Medical Biotechnology (M.Sc., High payment course, 10 seats) – Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Biochemistry (PGDAB, 20 seats)

The Department of Microbiology and Biotechnology Centre[edit]

The department started in 1964. It offers an M.Sc. Microbiology course of duration two years and Ph.D. in microbiology. It started M.Sc. Biotechnology course (duration two years) in 1986. It also offers Post M.Sc Diploma in Genetic Engineering, Bioprocess Development and Intellectual Property Rights (duration one year). The department is active in research work. The broad areas of research in which the department is engaged are

  • Molecular Biology and Genetic Engineering
  • Microbiology
  • Bioprocess Engineering
  • Immunology
  • Biophysics
  • Forensic Science
  • Developmental Biology

The department has research laboratories. The Genome Research Centre (GRC) established in 1999 is one of the research laboratories of the department. GRC has an international research collaboration with:

  • The Weizmann Institute of Science, partners under the International Centre for Cooperation in Bioinformatics, sponsored by UNESCO and supported by DBT, the government of India and Indian industrial partners for activities at Baroda.
  • Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), Honggerberg, Zurich (Bioprocess Development, Reactor design and bioprocess control and automation: Indo-Swiss Bilateral Collaboration in Biotechnology).
  • International Rice Research Institute, Los Banos and Du Pont R & D, Delaware (Molecular markers for mapping blast resistance, Rockefeller Foundation, USA.).
  • Tel Aviv University, Israel: Indo-Israel S & T Cooperation (Plant SUMO conjugates — its role in biotic stress).

The bioinformatics centre at the department was started in 1989 as a Distributed Information Sub Centre (Sub-DIC) under the Biotechnology Information System Network (BTISnet) of the Department of Biotechnology, Ministry of Science & Technology, Government of India. The centre was upgraded to a Distributed Information Centre (DIC) in 2004. The department is funded by DBT, DST-FIST, GSFC Science Foundation for the development of laboratories and purchase of new equipment. The department has high-end equipment like Bioinformatics dedicated server, PCR, Nano-photometer, HPLC, GC, Electron microscope etc.

Faculty of Performing Arts[edit]

Faculty of Performing Arts building

Classical music[edit]

Maharaja Sayajirao Rao Gaekwad was a patron of Indian classical music. Ustad Moula Bux founded the Academy of Indian Music under the patronage of Sayajirao, on 26 February 1886. This academy later became the Music College and is now the Faculty of Performing Arts of The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda. Apart from Moula Bux, Sayajirao's Court boasted of artists like Ustad Inayat Khan and legendary Agra Gharana Aftaab e Mousiqui (Sun of Music) Ustad Faiyyaz Khansaheb.

After educationist Vishnu Narayan Bhatkhande's music curriculum was introduced at the college, Gayanacharya Madhusudan Joshi became the first recipient of a diploma in Music (1932) in the history of music education in India.


The MSU started the first dance programme in India in 1950.

In 1880, the Maharani Kanta Ben of Tanjore was married to Baroda's Maharaja Sayajirao III Gopalrao Gaekwad, a prince who established the Baroda College as one of his first public acts. It was later absorbed into the university that bears his name. Chimnabai I was knowledgeable in Bharatanatyam and Carnatic music and brought a troupe with her: two dancers, two nattuvanars (leaders of Bharatanatyam concerts), and two teachers.[8] Others followed: Nattuvanar Appaswamy and his dancer wife Kantimati, who had studied with Kannusamy and Vadively, two members of the Tanjore Quartet. After Appaswamy's death in 1939, Kantimati and their son, Kubernath, left to teach in Lucknow and worked in film in South India until Maharaja Pratap Singhrao Gaekwad called the Tanjorkars family back to Baroda in 1949, to teach in the music department in the Palace Kalavan which was later absorbed into MSU.[9]

Faculty of Fine Arts[edit]

Faculty of Fine Arts at the university was founded in June 1950, today one of the most known art schools in India and gave rise to the "Baroda school" of Indian art.

Faculty of Arts[edit]

Faculty of Arts Dome, designed by Robert Fellowes Chisholm (1840–1915) in Indo-Saracenic style, modelled on Gol Gumbaz[10]

The Faculty of Arts building is known for its Gumbaz (The Dome),Gol Gumbaz which often rated as finest dome for education institution in India.[11][12]


  • Department of Archaeology and Ancient History
  • Department of Anthropology
  • Department of Arabic
  • Department of Canadian Studies
  • Department of Economics
  • Department of English (The oldest in Gujarat)
  • Department of French
  • Department of Geography
  • Department of German
  • Department of Gujarati
  • Department of Hindi
  • Department of History
  • Department of International Relation
  • Department of Library & Information Science
  • Department of Linguistics
  • Department of Marathi
  • Department of Persian
  • Department of Philosophy
  • Department of Political Science
  • Department of Pali
  • Department of Prakrit
  • Department of Russian
  • Department of Sanskrit
  • Department of Sindhi
  • Department of Sociology
  • Department of Traditional Sanskrit Studies
  • Department of Urdu
  • Department of Management Studies

Department of English[edit]

The Department of English library has reading and conference facilities. It has a collection of around 1,200 titles of poetry, fiction and drama, literary criticism and theory, and works on individual authors and texts. The richest sections are in literary criticism and theory, and fiction. The library receives gifts from the British Council, the USIS, and individuals including members of the department teaching staff. The library has borrowed books from the collection of Smt. Hansa Mehta library.

Department of Philosophy[edit]

The Department of Philosophy is the oldest in the Faculty of Arts which runs B.A., M.A., and PhD programmes and has given the finest philosophers to the country.

Department of Economics[edit]

The Department of Economics in the Faculty of Arts has given birth to some of the finest economists of the country.

I. G. Patel, former director of the London School of Economics and later the governor of the Reserve Bank of India, was the first head of the Department of Economics. Professors I.S. Gulati, V.N. Kothari, K.N. Reddy, S.R. Hashim and M.M. Dadi belonged to this department.

The department has strength in finance, sustainable development, gender studies, environmental economics. The department has been supported by schemes and grants from the Department of Special Assistance, Centre for Planning and Development, and Assistance for Strengthening Infrastructure in Social Sciences and Humanities.

The department runs a professional postgraduate Diploma in Applied Corporate Finance. The department has a library which is accessed by the post-graduate students. It has a computer lab for training and instruction.

Faculty of Journalism and Communication[edit]

The only media faculty to be recognised all over Gujarat. Once accredited as third at all-India level[citation needed] in March 2001 for its courses offered.

Faculty of Education and Psychology[edit]

The Department of Psychology offers four areas of study: Clinical Psychology, Counselling Psychology, Educational Psychology, and Industrial Psychology at undergraduate and postgraduate level.

For on-the-job experience, postgraduate students are provided placement in corporate and service sector organizations, community guidance centres, mental hospitals, general hospitals, schools, clinics and counselling centres.

The department has community outreach programs, such as in the university counselling centre: MARG for counselling of students. The department organizes workshops and seminars. The department has undertaken teaching as well as research and guidance. A guidance and counselling centre catering to the needs of student and well community is attached to the department. The department offers three part-time postgraduate diplomas: Human Resource Development, Clinical and Community Psychology, and Applied Hypnosis.

Faculty of Law[edit]

The Faculty of Law has been a law institute in Gujarat since 1962. It offers courses like B.A.LL.B. (5 years), LLB (3 years), LLM (Business Law), LLM (Criminal Law), Postgraduate Diploma in Taxation Practice, Postgraduate Diploma in Labour Practice and a Doctor of philosophy programme.

The Faculty of Law has produced lawyers and judges of the Gujarat High Court.

The faculty has produced Judicial Officers and other members of the Bar, serving at the Supreme Court of India, Gujarat High Court, other High Courts and Lower Courts.

The faculty has run a postgraduate cyberlaw course of one-year duration and has produced cyberlaw consultants from MSU from fields like Insurance, Personnel, Computer Science, Company Secretaries, and Doctors.

Faculty of Home Sciences[edit]

Family and Community Sciences. The faculty is for girls but boys can get also admission. There are seven majors in the Home Science faculty.

  • Foods and Nutrition
  • Catering
  • Clothing and Textile
  • Fashion Technology
  • Interior Designing
  • Fashion and Communication
  • Human development and family studies

Students can do a BSc (Home Science) degree as well as a postgraduate MSc (Home Science) in any of above majors they can do their graduation with General Home Science which covers all five majors.

Faculty of Management Studies[edit]

Popularly known as FMS Baroda, was established in 1984 in the city of Vadodara.[13] The courses are approved by All India Council for Technical Education.[14] The institute offers the specialization in Marketing, Finance, Human Resource Management and Information Systems.[15] During 1995, it increased its intake from 30 to 40 for 2-year full-time (regular) MBA, and in 1997 introduced a 3-Year MBA Evening Programme.[15][16]

Faculty of Social Work[edit]

The faculty began on 15 March 1949.

Courses offered are Master of Social Work (MSW), Master of Human Resource Management (MHRM), Postgraduate Diploma in IRPM; Postgraduate Diploma in Human Resource Management, Postgraduate Diploma in Health Management and Interventions; Postgraduate Diploma in Social Development and Organisation Management; Postgraduate Diploma in Criminology and Correctional Management and PhD in Social Work.

The student-to-faculty ratio is 1:8/10, a level was mostly seen in the U.S., UK and other developed countries. The average class size is 40 students.

The faculty owes its origin to the first Vice-Chancellor of M.S. University, Smt. Hansa Mehta. The faculty made a modest beginning as the Baroda School of Social Work (in 1951, elevated to faculty status) in the White Pavilion building in Sayajibaug; they shortly moved to the seminar building of Baroda College and later to its present premises in 1960. The faculty had Dr Perin Vakharia as the founding dean. Prof. Aruna Khasgiwala is the former Dean. The present Dean is Dr MN Parmar.


The faculty is one of the pioneering post-graduate institutions in social work education with a master's degree in Social Work (MSW) as its focal programme. From the early 1970s, a PhD programme in Social Work was instituted. In the mid-70s an evening post-graduate diploma in Industrial Relations and Personnel Management (IRPM) was added. The faculty has undertaken in-service training programmes for field practitioners, government employees, etc. In 1999, a two-year self-financed master's degree programme in Human Resource Management was launched.

Faculty of Technology and Engineering[edit]

Kala Bhavan

The faculty is one of the engineering schools in the state of Gujarat. It is housed in Kala Bhavan, the building was supposed to be a temporary palace of the Maharaja of Baroda while his palace was being constructed. Hence is it located exactly opposite to the Laxmi Vilas Palace. The Maharaja donated the palace to open the school of engineering.

Founded by Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad III of Baroda as the Kalabhavan Technical Institute in 1890 the Faculty of Technology and Engineering is popularly known as Techo.

The Polytechnic status continued until 1949 when the Kalabhavan was converted into the Faculty of Technology and Engineering (with the establishment of The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda), following donations by the Gaekwads for the university and the new building of the institute.

These developments resulting in the creation of 15 departments, a workshop, a library and several buildings, due to financial support mainly from UGC and aided by UNDP, USAID and government agencies and due to the efforts by the institute, deans and teachers. Faculty laboratories and departments received aid of $1,050,000 for development from the United Nations Development Program. The aid was given to develop infrastructure facilities in the area of Fracture mechanics, Water Resources and Environmental Engineering, Turbojet propulsion and Microprocessor Applications. In 1986 postgraduate courses on Fracture Mechanics, Irrigation Water Management, Turbojet Propulsion and Microprocessor Applications were introduced.

Under the USAID program, faculty received a grant of Rs.40  million from the Water Resources Department and Narmada Department of the government of Gujarat for development of an undergraduate and postgraduate program of Irrigation Water Management in March 1991.

Faculty of Medicine[edit]


Faculty of Pharmacy[edit]

University rankings
Pharmacy – India
NIRF (2018)[17]12

The Faculty of Pharmacy was established in 2015. Prior to that it was a department under the Faculty of Technology and Engineering.[18] The faculty was ranked 12 in India by the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) pharmacy ranking in 2018.[17] Prof. M. R. Yadav is the founder dean of the faculty who is currently working as UGC BSR Fellow in the same faculty.

Faculty of Commerce[edit]

Faculty of Commerce is the largest in the university, with over 18,000 students.

The faculty has been an institute of education in business studies since 1949. When it was established in 1942, it was known as the Maharaja Pratapsinh College of Commerce and Economics. It offers undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctoral programmes leading to B.Com., M.Com. and PhD degrees. The faculty offers BBA and three postgraduate diplomas in Business Management, Banking and Co-operation. It has five departments:

  • Department of Accounting and Financial Management
  • Department of Banking and Business Finance
  • Department of Business Economics
  • Department of Marketing
  • Department of Commerce including Business Administration
  • Department of Co-operation and Rural Studies
  • Department of International Business

The faculty receives the services of colleagues from the following departments of other faculties:

  • Department of English, Faculty of Arts
  • Department of Statistics, Faculty of Science
  • Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science
  • Department of Law, Faculty of Law

Oriental Institute[edit]

The institute was established in Baroda on 1 September 1927. It operated from the Central Library before it was shifted in a separate building near the palace.[19] It is known for the seven volumes of critical edition of Ramayana that it published between 1951 and 1975, a part of a 25-year project sponsored by the University Grants Commission (UGC). The text was later the reference source for Ramayan, the popular TV series by Ramanand Sagar that originally ran in 1987–88.

One of the oldest manuscripts preserved at the institute is Ayodhya Mahatmya, written by Harishankar in 1656 AD, part of the collection of over 10,000 manuscripts of Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad III, who first conceptualised the institute in 1893, inspired by the opening of the Oriental Research Institute Mysore in 1891, established by then Maharaja of Mysore Chamaraja Wodeyar, and a close friend.[20]

The Oriental Institute organises seminar and conferences for research in Oriental studies. The recent seminar on "Research in Indian Languages and Literature" was organised on 22 January 2014. The tweet-feed and Facebook posting can be identified with #oimsurill - regarding this seminar.

Shrimati Hansa Mehta Library[edit]

The library was established on 1 May 1950. At the time of MSU's establishment, a collection of 5,12,159 books belonging to two state libraries (Huzur Political Office and Secretariat Library) was handed over to the University Library.

There were several colleges in Baroda – Baroda College (for Arts), Science Institute, Commerce College, and Secondary Teacher's Training College, etc. These colleges had libraries of their own that continued to remain as Faculty Libraries and were administered independently. Thus the University Library System was established on 5 January 1950 and housed in the central block of Old Residency Office Building. Status of library holdings are as following

  • Hansa Mehta Library: 512,159
  • Faculty of Law Library: 11,029
  • Sir Sayajirao Memorial Trust (SSMT) Library: 120,016 combined with H M Library
  • Prof. T. K. Gajjar Library, Faculty of Technology & Engineering: 112,670
  • Polytechnic Library, Polytechnic College: 43,346
  • Faculty of Fine Arts Library: 12,001
  • Faculty of Management Studies Library: 9,989
  • M K Amin Arts & Science College and College of Commerce, Padra Library: 15,792
  • Faculty of Performing Arts Library: 14,478
  • Faculty of Social Work Library: 15,349
  • Centre for Advance Studies in Education (C. A. S. E.) Library: 20,492
  • Oriental Institute Library: 51,784
  • Water Resources Engineering & Management Institute’s (WREMI) Library: 2,258
  • Baroda Sanskrit Mahavidyalaya Library: 5,791
  • Department of Biochemistry Library (Faculty of Science): 789

Sayaji FM - Online Radio Station[edit]

Sayaji FM is the online radio station of The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda.[21] In June 2015, it was started by Yogesh Jangir, former student of the university.



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