Magadh University was founded university in the Indian state of Bihar. It has been officially recognized either by Higher Education Commission (UGC). The Bihar Public College Act of 1976 establishes the legal framework for the school. The institution supports higher education and study in the natural and social sciences, the humanities, and business. Magadh University, located in Magadh, is the biggest university in Bihar, with 19 constituent institutions, 22 postgraduate departments, and 39 associated colleges. Magadh Institution and another university, i.e., were officially separated in 2018. When Pataliputra University was established, it took over responsibility for all of the institutions that had previously been part of Magadh University but were instead situated in the Patna and Nalanda regions. The university’s inspection was delayed because of the split and other related concerns. With this goal in mind, the MULEA CAMPAIGN was born. Educationist and former Minister Of the education of Bihar Satyendra Narayan Sinha founded Magadh University in 1962. The first vice-chancellor was the famous historian K. K. Dutta. On March 2, 1962, it opened its doors with two constituent institutions, thirty-two associated colleges, and seven graduate divisions.