Infrastructure

BA (Hon.) Photography

The University caters state-of-the-art facilities with well equipped infrastructure for smooth and continuous learning experience of students. Hostel facilities are available for students within the campus.

Classrooms & Seminar Halls

Each classroom is specially designed adhering to the principles of knowledge and understanding with audio-visual aids and is equipped with:

  • Comfortable furniture
  • Projectors
  • White Board
  • CCTV cameras

Keki Moos Photography Studio

The master studio of MGM-DOP is a state of the art setup with complete ready to shoot facilities. The size of 30ftX40ft along with Makeup room gives ample opportunity for students to explore various angles and to apply different photography techniques to achieve the perfect frame. The editing studio with advanced software motivates the students to think out of the box with their clicks

Computer Lab

Extremely well equipped, highly specialized and technically updated computers with high configuration along with Wi-Fi facility have been enabled for the students.

Knowledge Resource Center (KRC)

  • KRC Library is having seating capacity of 60 students and it is always full of students during preparatory period and examination.
  • The library is holding 5050 books with more than 3059 titles, 435 reference volumes (251 dissertation) , 221 CDs with 56 film DVDs, 28 magazines, 16 National and International journals, 23 newspapers and as concerned to E-Resources 40,000+ e-journals, 34 e-databases.

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Sports Club & Stadium

A well maintained stadium will all the amenities required in sports and games is situated at our University to organize various indoor, outdoor sports activities and events.

Canteen & Cafeteria

Full-bloom canteens and cafeterias are developed at MGM University campus where the students have access to relax during their break hours and get fueled with tea, coffee, snacks, juices and meals for the rest of the day.