Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) is one of the oldest premier Central Universities of India. In 1875, Sir Syed Ahmad Khan founded a High School at Aligarh, which, within three years, was raised to a College known as Mohammadan Anglo Oriental College which metamorphosed into Aligarh Muslim University in 1920 through an Act of Parliament. In the year 2010, AMU Centre at Malappuram, Kerala and AMU Centre at Murshidabad, West Bengal came into existence with students being admitted to courses in Law and Management. In the year 2013, AMU Centre at Kishanganj, Bihar was also established and B.Ed. programme was started at all three Centres. The University has 13 Faculties viz. Agricultural Sciences, Arts, Commerce, Engineering and Technology, International Studies, Law, Life Sciences, Medicine, Management Studies and Research, Science, Social Sciences, Theology, Unani Medicine, each comprising of several Departments of Studies.
Streams and seats offered : Chemical (30), Civil (60), Computer (50), Electrical (60), Electronics (50), Mechanical (90), Petrochemical (25), Architecture (20)