Mahatma Gandhi University is located in Nalgonda town situated at a distance of 90 kms from Hyderabad. This is committed to the cause and promotion of academic excellence. The University also has an agenda of tapping & developing human resources in tune with the changing times. The University also has plans to reach out to the industrial sector in and around its
The Emblem of the University is designed by N. Sharat Babu. It is a round logo consisting of Dharma Chakra with peacock feathers on top and Nagarjuna Sagar Dam in the middle. It is skirted by a Wheel and Purnakumbham with two corns on the left and the right. The name of the University figures in four languages and also a Sanskrit inscription at the bottom, "Saavidyaa ya Vimukthaye"
At the top of the Logo is Ashoka's Dharma Chakra which stands for maintenance of Dharma impliying cosmic order, moral principles and spiritual enlightenment.
Nalgonda is known for its political dynamism. It has a long history of peasant upsurges and liberations struggles. It is skirted by seven out of ten districts of Telangana in different directions. It has a land area of 14,328 Sq meters with a population of 34,83,648.
Nalgonda is a popular tourist centre with its second largest multi-purpose Nagarjuna Sagar Project in india. Nandikonda, the island in the midst of the Sagar reservoir, was a temple of learning presided over by Acharya Nagarjuna in ancient times.