Gujarat Technological University

Gujarat Technological University (International Innovative University), commonly referred as GTU, is a state university affiliating many engineering, pharmacy, and management colleges in Gujarat state, India. The university is headed by the state government and came into existence on 16 May 2007.[1] Engineering institutes such as Lalbhai Dalpatbhai College of Engineering, Birla Vishvakarma Mahavidyalaya, Vishwakarma Government Engineering College and many Government Engineering Colleges are a part of GTU.

Gujarat Technological University (International Innovative University)
AffiliationUGC, AICTE
ChancellorGovernor of Gujarat
Vice-ChancellorDr. Pankajray Patel
PrincipalAnju Sharma
Nr. Vishwakarma Government Engineering College Nr. Visat Three Roads, Visat - Gandhinagar Highway, Chandkheda
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23°06′21″N 72°35′38″E / 23.1059°N 72.5938°E / 23.1059; 72.5938

Earlier, Gujarat University was the prime university of Gujarat state heading all colleges including technical colleges. To ensure more efficient, and systematic imparting of technical education, the state government formulated GTU.[2] GTU declares results all around from February to April for winter exams and all around from June to August of summer exams.[3] Currently 485 Colleges are affiliated to this GTU from across Gujarat with over 400,000 students.[1]

Affiliated collegesEdit

Gujarat Technological University Diploma, Degree and Master of engineering courses comprising to Ph.D. Doctoral Programs and Pharmacy courses for Bachelors and Masters, Management courses and MCA.[4]

Notable affiliated Engineering colleges include:[5]

→ The list of Colleges that are De-affiliated this year includes: 1) RK university 2) Uka Tarsadia University 3) KadiSarva Vidyalaya 4) Indus university 5) C. U shah university 6) G.L.S university 7) Parul University 8) Sakalchand university 9) Marwadi University 10) Anant National University 11)Gokul Global University 12) Swaanim Startup and innovation university 13) Indrasil University 14) Atmiya University 15) CVM university 16) ITM university 17) Bhagwan Mahavir University 18) LJK university 19) Silver Oak University 20) Monark University [7]

GTU Innovation CouncilEdit

GTU established the 'GTU Innovation Council' at ACPC Building, LD Campus in the year 2013. GTU Innovation Council, also known as GIC, is headed by Hiranmay Mahanta. The aim of the GTU Innovation council is to facilitate student startups by providing necessary facilities, organizing workshops, helping students to find relevant mentors, and other activities weekly. GIC also conducts workshops on Training the professors, Flash Ventures, Social Entrepreneurship Bootcamp, Design Thinking and Ideation workshops.[8] GIC established a separate wing of IP Clinic, which helps students to easily patent their innovative ideas and projects. GIC also looks after GTU's UDP program, which authenticates Final year student projects, on quality and genuineness perspectives. Thus it will give them relevant ideas.

GTU Innovation Council took the momentum when they launched the Crowdfunding Initiator program in association with Start51, an indigenous crowd-funding platform in India. Crowdfunding Initiator (CFI) is aimed to help student startups with necessary guidance and funding. About 70 student startups from around Gujarat enrolled, out of which only a few projects were selected for the one-month-long Bootcamp.[9] This Bootcamp which was organized from 16 June 2014 to 12 July 2014, was divided into four-part: Ideation, Incentive Model, Pitch Presentation and Funding.[10] By the end of Bootcamp, Crowdfunding Initiator successfully took 8 projects to live on a dedicated crowdfunding portal for funding.[11]


  1. ^ a b About GTU
  2. ^ "GTU Discussion Forum".
  3. ^ "GTU Result".
  4. ^ "Gujarat Technological University". Archived from the original on 21 April 2012. Retrieved 25 April 2012.
  5. ^ "Gujarat Technological University Colleges List" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 27 January 2009. Retrieved 8 July 2008.
  6. ^ "Gujarat Technological University". Retrieved 2021-09-23.
  7. ^[bare URL PDF]
  8. ^ "CFI Official website".
  9. ^ Times of India - GTU to train young innovators in crowdfunding Archived 2016-03-04 at the Wayback Machine
  10. ^ "- GTU Circular" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2017-07-13. Retrieved 2014-10-08.
  11. ^ DNA India - Aspiring entrepreneurs ready for crowdfunding their business ideas

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