Maharaja Ganga Singh Dental College and Research Centre was run and established in 2005 by Shri Kishan Chand Sarawagi, President of Sarwagi Dental trust. The institute was set up with a very clear vision and motive of providing quality dental education and modern medical facilities to the poor and needy. The Institute makes education regarding dental science reach to those sectors that hardly have any access to resources. The college currently provides Bachelors and Master’s degree in dental science to its students.

Facts and Figures of Maharaja Ganga Singh Dental College and Research Centre, Rajasthan

Establishment Year


University Type


Chairperson of the College

Sh. Kishan Chand Sarawagi

Affiliated to

Rajasthan University of Health and Sciences

Campus Strength

556 (approximately)

Student Intake Per year


NRI students


Campus Area

4.2 acre

Average Passing Index


Total Faculty Members


Total Books


Sports and cultural events


How to reach

Is well connected through railways and airways from Delhi, Jaipur, Chandigarh

Why to Join Maharaja Ganga Singh Dental College and Research Centre, Rajasthan?

  • Location: The college is situated in an area founded by “his highness Maharaja Ganga Singh”. The area has a population close to 5 million with a literacy rate of 65%.
  •  Well-developed infrastructure: The college is spread over 4.2 acres and has separate hostel for boys and girls. The students can also get access to various books and other resources through a well-built central library that has nearly 1700 books and journals related to Dental Sciences. The College also has a well in built auditorium and sports hall. The college has a well attached OPD section to it which further helps the students to study various patients and hone their skills.
  • Research and Internship: The College also tends to encourage its students to take on research and development that helps them to find and explore new and sophisticated ways of treating a patient. The college also has 1-year internship for the BDS students to help them gain experience.