Goa University commenced operations on 1 June 1985 and was established under the Goa University Act of 1984 (Act No. 7 of 1984). In the Indian state of Goa the university provides higher education. With the creation of the first university courses by the Portuguese Empire the traditions of Goa University date back to the 17th century. With the University of Mumbai establishing a Centre of Post-Graduate Instruction and Research (CPIR) in Panaji it was only after the annexation of Goa that the process was consolidated. In Goa in June 1962 the CPIR offered affiliation to the first colleges that were instituted. Goa University took over the role of the CPIR since 1985. In India with a rating of A Grade it is currently (2014–19) accredited by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council. University offers graduate and post-graduate studies and research programmes.
|Institute Type||State Government University|
|Name of the Institute||Goa University - GU|
|Established||1 June 1985|