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Mangalayatan University

To establish itself as an educational pioneer, an institution must prioritize students' interests and acknowledge the ever-expanding nature of knowledge. Mangalayatan University takes immense pride in embodying these principles at its core. With a dedication to fostering a culture of hard work, adaptability, and the cultivation of cutting-edge skills alongside robust social and personal values, Mangalayatan University stands as a beacon of educational excellence.

Located just 20 km from the Yamuna Expressway in Uttar Pradesh, Mangalayatan University has been shaping futures since its establishment in 2006, having graduated over 7000 students and currently hosting a diverse community of 3500+ learners from India and beyond.

Our vision at Mangalayatan University is to provide students from all backgrounds with a superior educational journey, leading to genuinely fulfilling career prospects.

Management Studies

Courses like Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), Master of Business Administration (MBA), and specialized MBA programs in areas such as Marketing, Finance, Human Resources, and International Business tend to attract a significant number of students interested in pursuing careers in management and business.

Computer Applications

With the increasing demand for IT professionals, courses in Computer Applications like Bachelor of Computer Applications (BCA) and Master of Computer Applications (MCA) are often popular choices among students aiming for careers in software development, programming, and IT management.


Programs related to Education and Teaching, such as Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) and Diploma in Education (D.Ed), attract students aspiring to become educators or pursue careers in educational administration.

Social Sciences and Humanities

Disciplines such as Psychology, Sociology, Economics, and English Literature often have a strong appeal among students interested in social sciences, humanities, and liberal arts.