|Rector||Governor of Madhya Pradesh|
|Visitor||President of India|
|Website||Indira Gandhi National Tribal University|
Indira Gandhi National Tribal University in Amarkantak, Anuppur district, Madhya Pradesh, India was established through an Act of Parliament, Indira Gandhi National Tribal University Act, 2007, by Government of India.
An Act was passed in Indian parliament which was published in the Gazette of India, Part II, section I, on 20 December 2007 by the virtue of which Indira Gandhi National Tribal University Act, 52, 2007. The then M.H.R.D. minister, Shri Arjun Singh laid the foundation stone on 19 April 2008 at Amarkantak. The government of India 7 July 2008, circulated the order of appointment of the founder vice-chancellor of the university. In compliance of this order, Prof. Chandra Deo Singh took the post on 08.07.2008. It is fully granted by the government of India, through University Grant Commission.
The Regional Campus of the University is at Manipur. As the jurisdiction of the university extends to the whole country, it has a plan to open centres in tribal dominated states for which proposals are under way according to the Act of the University. Acting accordingly, the opened the first regional campus of University at Manipur on 09.09.2009. The University is going to impart Post Graduate courses Political Science and Human Right, Sociology and Social Anthropology, Social Work, Tribal Studies and Physical Education at its Manipur Regional Campus.
Faculty of Science
Faculty of Computerronics
Faculty of Social Science
Faculty of Journalism and Mass Communication
Faculty of Commerce and Management
Faculty of Humanities and Philology
Faculty of Tribal Studies
Faculty of Tribal Study
Faculty of Education
New faculty and Departments
Faculty of Pharmacy (D.Pharma, B. Pharma and Ph.D)
Faculty of Yoga
Faculty of Technical Vocational Education and Skill Training