Last Updated By: Chetna Verma on 7th April, 2023
Mahatma Gandhi Chitrakoot Gramodaya Vishwavidyalaya (MGCGV) is a rural university located in Chitrakoot, Madhya Pradesh, India. It was established in 1991 by the social activist, Nanaji Deshmukh under an act by the Government of Madhya Pradesh with the objective of providing higher education to people living in rural areas.
The university has an “A” grade accreditation from NAAC. It has 5 faculty department including Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Agriculture, Faculty of Science and Environment, Faculty of Science and Engineering and Faculty of Rural Development and Business Management.
The university offers undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctoral programs in various fields of study such as agriculture, forestry, rural development, education, social work, and management. These courses include BTech, BBA, MBA, PGDCA, and PharmD. The course fees for these programs ranges between INR 12,000 to INR 64,800 per year.
The university has a strong focus on rural development and sustainable living. It has several outreach programs and initiatives that aim to empower local communities and promote sustainable development.
Type | Establishment Year
Public | 1991
PG Diploma- PGDCA
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