The fourth oldest university of the country, established in the year
1887, is acclaimed for its outstanding contribution in nation building. The
product of the university has given its best in all sectors and units of the
country and abroad – be it the field of politics, administration, teaching, management,
law, science, technology and research including defence research, etc. The
University in these almost 133 years has produced many great noble souls.
Any university is a typical industry. The input is a sophomore – a fresh student coming out of the college – who is bubbling with energy and has a desire to contribute his/her best to the society and the output is a thoughtful and knowledgeable person who may contribute his best for the development of the society and the nation. The four processing engines are its past students, the teachers, the support staff and the administration. Each one has its own meaningful role to play in molding young minds for the expected best output. The most important engine of this system is the student. They have to realize that the university is meant for them. They have to see that there is peace and calm in the entire campus of the university so that the teaching goes on well and there is no chaos anywhere. The university desires to give wings to the dreams of the students. The students have to be passionate about their dream to make the society proud of their achievements.
Allahabad University has always occupied an esteemed place among the universities of India for over a century now. Established on 23rd September 1887, it is the fourth oldest university of India after Calcutta, Bombay and Madras University. The credit for conceiving a large Central College at Allahabad, eventually to develop into a University, is due to Sir William Muir, then Lt. Governor of United Provinces. Read more