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Tripura University

Tripura University has come a long way in its quest for excellence as a higher education institution in this tiny landlocked state of Tripura, starting modestly in 1976 as the Post-Graduate Wing of Calcutta University, becoming a state university in 1987, and finally becoming a Central University in 2007. By providing top-notch instruction and technological advancements in academic and research activities, the University is committed to the cause of empowering and developing the people of this state and the surrounding area. The campus is beautiful and located in a zero-pollution zone, creating the ideal academic environment for fostering the development of young and prospective minds.

Tripura University

Tripura University has accepted the duty as a traditional university to maintain and advance the illustrious history of the state's indigenous art forms and folk, oral, and multi-dimensional cultural traditions. There are currently two faculties, forty-four departments, four centers of study, and four departments under the directorate of distance education at the University. The Directorate of Distance Education provides educational assistance to the working-class and socioeconomically disadvantaged communities in this state's remote, hilly regions.

The University has big plans for the future, including building more dormitories for men and women, including ones for research scholars, improving the canteen, building guest houses and housing for faculty and non-teaching staff, utilizing cutting-edge technology, and promoting multimedia-based interactive teaching and learning. The University is steadily transitioning to e-governance for practical, precise, and environmentally responsible administration to keep up with the demands of the rapidly changing times.

History of University

Tripura's higher education system was slow to get going. The first degree-granting institution in the State, Maharaja Bir Bikram (MBB) College, didn't begin operations until 1947 under the auspices of the University of Calcutta. In Princely Tripura, attempts to create higher education institutions have not gone unnoticed in the past. Radha Kishore Manikya tried to start a degree college in the then-tiny capital city of Agartala as early as 1901; Calcutta University rejected the plan because it did not meet the standards.

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The "Vidyapattan Scheme" designated 254 acres of property in the eastern portion of Agartala, consisting of undulating tilla land with intervening lakes virtually all around, for Bir Bikram Kishore Manikya, the last Maharaja of Tripura, who had planned to reopen a college there. Maharaja Bir Bikram laid the cornerstone for the college created by the plan on May 7, 1937. The Maharaja formed a committee known as the "Vidyapattan Governing Committee," with ten members and the Minister serving as its president to carry out the higher education program. Rs. 50,000 was initially made available to it.

For the British Army going into and out of Burma, the ground floor of the unfinished College building was transformed into an Army Hospital. Due to many obstacles, construction work could not begin immediately after the Second World War ended. Additionally, on May 17, 1947, Maharaja Bir Bikram passed away, and Tripura became unrest for some reasons. As a result, "Vidyapattan" could not be realized in due time. Formerly the only institution in the state, MBB College, also referred to as the "Dream College," is connected with Calcutta University.


Tripura University began its journey in 1987 with the spirit of the Act. According to the Tripura University Act, the University's mission is to "disseminate and advance knowledge by providing instructional and research facilities" in the state in fields that are currently relevant to society and the nation (with the motto "pursuit of excellence"), as well as to make special provisions for studies in tribal life and culture and introduce vocational subjects to give students access to employment opportunities. According to the Act, the University must organize specialized certificates, degrees, and post-graduate programs in many issues.

Tripura University Fees

M.Tech. ?55,300 (1st Year Fees)
BBA ?59,300 (1st Year Fees)
M.A. ?7,800 (1st Year Fees)
M.Sc. ?9,800 (1st Year Fees)
P.G. Diploma ?5,200 (Total Fees)


  • Library: In addition to a substantial collection of reports, state-of-the-arts, non-print media, etc., the Central Library currently has a collection of more than 97500 volumes and documents. The Library is a subscriber to 141 national and international journals in the fields of the topics taught as well as e-journals through the UGC INFONET program. Under the UGC INFONET program, millions of full-text articles in all subjects and disciplines are accessible in almost 8000 periodicals. By using "SOUL" software, library services are being computerized, databases are being created, and INLIBNET is actively considering new, cutting-edge technologies.
  • Hostel: On campus, the University is developing hostel buildings with a 100-seat capacity for research scholars. Additionally, a dedicated ambulance is stationed on campus in an emergency; both hostels have communal spaces with various recreational amenities. All hostels have reading rooms with reading materials, periodicals, newspapers, T.V. rooms, etc. There are 80 beds in the boys' hostel and 90 in the girls' hostel.
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  • Sports Center: The Tripura University sports board organizes competitions for university students each year, including interdepartmental football, volleyball, and cricket. You can also participate in East Zone and All India Inter University competitions. These competitions attracted a sizable turnout of students, teachers, and non-teaching staff. Facilities: Volleyball courts, Football Fields, and a Cricket Field
  • Labs: Electronics labs, embedded systems labs, software engineering labs, advanced DBMS labs, object-oriented programming labs, microprocessor labs, programming labs, system labs, software labs, communication and multimedia labs, and microprocessor labs are all available facilities.

Campus Life

There is thriving campus life. A wide range of sociocultural activities, such as movie screenings, musical performances, art festivals, debates, intra-university fairs, sporting events, walkathons, etc., are offered in addition to academic and curricular sessions. Modern classrooms, labs, computer centers, libraries, free Wi-Fi access throughout the campus, playgrounds, open theatres, health centers, banks, cafeterias, post offices, food courts, hostels, and guest houses are only a few the primary infrastructure elements. Many collections are available at the Library, including print books, print journals, C.D.s and DVDs, Thesis and Dissertations, reports, newspapers, and electronic journals and books.

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  • The Central Educational Institutions (Reservation in Teachers' Cadre) Act of 2019 is complied with by Tripura University for the appointment of all teaching and non-teaching positions, as per letter No. F. 81-1/2019 (C.U.) dated August 6, 2019.
  • SC-15%, ST-7.5% is the percentage of reservations (by category) for direct hiring for all Teaching Group A positions. 27% of OBC (NCL) and 10% of EWS.
  • Tripura University follows the post-based reservation policy of the Government of India and O.M. No. 36039/1/2019-Estt (Res) dated January 31, 2019, for the appointment of all teaching also non-teaching positions.
  • Following is the University's reservation ratio (category-by-category) for all Non-Teaching Group-A and B posts filled directly (a) S.C. is hired directly at 15%, S.T. at 7.5 percent. OBC (NCL): 27%; EWS: 10%.
  • SC-15% and ST-7.5% for Promotion 3. Tripura University follows the category-based reservation policy for non-teaching group 'C' and 'D' direct recruitment appointments following the instructions provided in the DOPT letter.
  • Government of India Circular No.36017/1/2004-Estt.(Res), issued July 5, 2005, is listed below. (A) The proportion of the population in the relevant state is considered for direct recruitment to Groups C and D. The State of Tripura has an S.C. reservation ratio for SCS, STS, and OBCs.
  • 17%, 31% ST, 2% OBC (NCL), and 10% EWS. (b) The reservation ratio for promotions to Groups C and D is SC at 15% and S.T. at 7.5%.
  • Restrictions on admission are adhered to following "The Central Educational Institutions (Reservation in Admission) Act 2006 and The Central Educational Institutions (Reservation in Admission) Act 2012, published in the special issue of the Gazette of India on June 20, 2012, and O.M. No. 36035/02/2017- East (Res), dated January 15, 2018. Different reserved categories' reservation ratios for admission are as follows: ST 31%, SC 17%, OBC (NCL) 2%, EWS 10%, and PWD horizontal reservation 4% (both for appointment and admission).

Admission to Tripura University

For the academic years 2022-2023, Tripura University offers a variety of U.G. and P.G. programs. On the official website of Tripura University, applicants can submit their online applications for admission. The CUET PG 2022 entrance test will be the basis for Tripura University's P.G. Admission for 2022-2023. CUET, or Common University Entrance Test, is its full name. The Tripura University website will shortly have the application available.

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