MSU

MSU, Faculty of Technology and Engineering, Vadodara  UG PG

510
Intake
540
Seats Filled in 2017
₹ 1,500
Fee per Year
70
Faculty Members
-
Current Students
-
Since 2008
Institutional Info
GTU Code :
Non GTU
Known As :
MSU, Vadodara
Estd. Year :
1949
Fees (2017) :
₹ 1,500
College Type :
Government
Timing :
-
Distance :
3 KM From Vadodara
Hostel :
Yes
Transportation :
No
Contact
Phone :
0265-2434188
Fax :
0265-2423898
Email :
dean-techo@msubaroda.ac.in
Address :
51,Kalabhavan, Dandiya Bazar, Vadodara
City :
Vadodara
Trust :
Government of Gujarat
Social :

About College

The idea of establishing a University at Baroda had engaged the attention of the Government of the former State of Baroda and its educational advisors long before the question of regional universities and decentralisation, reorganisation and reconditioning of higher education to suit the cultural educational needs of particular areas had taken root in the country. The concept was first visualized by Dr. Jackson, when, as Principal of the Baroda College in the 1908, he advocated the establishment of a Science Institute at Baroda on an improved and independent basis. It was a consistent policy of the Government of Baroda to subject its educational system to periodical inquiries of an exploratory nature by educational experts of international fame, as a result of which the first Commission was appointed in 1909. The principle recommendation of that Commission was to expand the activities of the Baroda College by establishing additional chairs in new branches of knowledge. As a result of this policy of chalking out untrodden paths in higher education and thereby evolving a university atmosphere in Baroda, chairs of Comparative Region and Household Science were instituted. Prof. Widgery and Mrs. Strong were appointed to hold these chairs. In 1916, the educational policy of the State was again reviewed. As a part of this inquiry, one of the members of the Commission, Shri S.V.Mukerjea, prepared minutes of recommendations and in his note he definitely advocated the establishment of a University at Baroda. In 1919 the matter was brought to the forefront by the appointment of yet another Committee consisting of the late Principal Clarke, Prof. Widgery and Shri N. K. Dixit, the then Educational Commissioner of the State. The Committee drew up an elaborate report in favour of civic University at Baroda. Thereafter, Prof. P. Sheshadri of the Benares Hindu University was requested to lay out a scheme for a University at Baroda.

Vision

  • The Institute aims to be a Center of Excellence promoting value Based Quality Education in the emerging areas of advanced Professional studies in Engineering.
  • To transform the learners into achievers at the global level with right attitude towards changing societal needs
  • Mission

  • To build across the institute a culture of excellence in teaching and learning with needed performance and accountability from all support activities.
  • To enhance the Institute standing as the college of choice for students across Gujarat
  • To design the education through a continuous process so that the students qualifying from the Institute have the top rating in placement.
  • To promote co- curricular and extra-curricular activities for over-all personality development of the students.
  • To develop responsible citizens through awareness and acceptance of ethical values.
  • To build a family of alumni and friends to create a network of allegiance and support for the College.
  • To be an academic and technical institution with all branches of Technology and Science, work in dynamic equilibrium with its social, scientific, ecological and economic environment, striving continuously for excellence in education, research and technological services to nation.
  • To develop the learners high personal and professional ethical values, technical competence and a spirit of entrepreneurship.
  • To interact with industries and other organizations to provide for transfer of knowledge.