The University of Mysore (Kannada: ಮೈಸೂರು ವಿಶ್ವವಿದ್ಯಾನಿಲಯ) is among the foremost institutions of its kind, and is an enduring symbol in the sphere of higher education in India. It was founded by the then Maharaja of Mysore, His Highness Sri en:Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV and his Dewan, the renowned engineer-statesman Sir M.en:Visvesvarayya, on July 27, 1916. The University of Mysore became the first University outside the domain of the English administration in India, the sixth University in India as a whole, and the first ever University in Karnataka on March 3, 1956. The main campus of the University, created in 1960, lies in a picturesque area of 739 acres at the western end of the Kukkarahalli Lake. The University headquarters, the Crawford Hall, is located right across the lake on the eastern end. The University now encompasses 122 affiliated colleges and 5 constituent colleges (with an aggregate of 53,000 students). In addition, the University has 37 postgraduate departments, 8 specialised research & training centres and 2 postgraduate centres that together offer about 55 regular academic programmes to 3,500 students.
This category has the following 10 subcategories, out of 10 total.
- ► Crawford Hall, University of Mysore (12 F)
- ► Mysore University Encyclopaedia (31 F)
- ► Jayalakshmi Vilas Mansion (3 F)
- ► Maharaja's College, Mysore (3 C, 6 F)
- ► National Institute of Engineering (1 C)
- ► University of Mysore people (2 C, 1 F)