• In order to actualize Dr Ambedkar’s vision of an egalitarian and enlightened society, Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University was established on 10th Jan 1996. In essence, all the academic, research, and out-reach programmes of BBAU, including the University’s Act and Statutes, are informed by Dr Ambedkar’s basic philosophy of making education the tool for a holistic socio-cultural transformation that first addresses the aspirations of the most deprived section of our society.
  • Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University is a fairly well-spread, student-centric Institute, with more than 4800 students enrolled in a broad range of graduate, post-graduate & doctorate programs including several professional schools. The 51 new innovative and contemporary courses started in the fall of 2013 amply reflect a world-class hub for education and innovation, featuring the latest in classroom teaching technology, an Industrial Courtyard for collaborative work with the top regional and national institutes and research labs.
  • BBAU is the front runner in many aspects from last two years. With an unwavering commitment to academics, and the heightened realization that this is no ordinary time for higher education, BBAU is determined to grasp the extraordinary opportunities available to it by introducing innovation, accelerating growth and setting higher targets for achievements, both in academics as well as infrastructure development. In order to fulfill the goal of achieving academic excellence, BBAU’s academic pursuits have gained immense momentum due to the extensive developments which have occurred in the last two years.
  • New initiatives have been undertaken towards improvement of infrastructure, campus development, faculty and student empowerment, management reforms, creation of sports, health and other facilities, strengthening of grievance redressal systems for staff, faculty and students; establishing new hostels for student, initiating innovation in academic and extracurricular activities, increasing access and equity for all and especially the marginalized groups, all of which will enhance the University’s strength and prepare it for further advancements towards excellence in the future.
  • In an effort to integrate the BBAU mission of shouldering social responsibilities, contributing the knowledge resources impartially, and serving the public purposes, it has been noticed that various inclusive, society-oriented programs have been recently started such as; introduction of additional seats for single girl child, cancer and thalassemia patients; free education for students belonging to the below poverty line/ BPL card holder, and orphans; adoption of underdeveloped, resource-limited colonies for dissemination of education and creation of awareness for social and environmental issues etc.
  • With full cooperation and hard work, the University has been represented externally, both within the India and overseas; secured a financial base sufficient to allow the delivery of the University's mission, aims and objectives; carried out certain important ceremonial and civic duties; developed the leadership and managerial skills of faculty who have demonstrated exceptional ability and administrative promise; and encouraged faculty for conducting many programs and workshops for the growth, development and advancement of our faculty.
  • In the coming year, BBAU will be taking up a range of other activities designed to further preserve our environment; provide learning experiences that develop inter-culturally capable graduates who can make a difference as socially and ethically responsible global citizens; address many obstacles confronting excellence within the University by enforcing strong leadership at all levels in academic, student life, service, and administrative areas; develop a student-centered success culture and a staff-centered enabling culture; advance the international reach and influence with rigorous scholarship, collaborations, professional preparation, and strategic initiatives, focus on emerging global educational trends and fair and sustainable human development; digging more rain harvesting pits; and planting more trees. The University also plans to own a radio station for the dissemination of community oriented information, education and knowledge.