Situated in the heart of the city, the Vidyapeeth
is spread over 6 acres of land. It is a green pocket with a lake on one side and
tree lined avenues on the other sides. The Main Building is an elegant structure
which brings the rich cultural heritage of the Vidyapeeth to life. This buildind
houses Reception, Finance and Administration offices as well as offices of the Vice-Chancellor
and the Registrar.
Administrative offices for Distance Education
programmes are located in a muilt-story building. Engineering Workshop and Laboratories
are also located within the campus. There are two separate buildings for the girls'
and boys' hostel.
Tall, modern academic buildings house the classrooms,
over 20 laboratories of various departments, seminar hall, the auditorium and the
library. There are 9 elevators to facilitate movement of people.
TMV's Library has a large collection of books,
manuscripts and periodicals. Admission office, publication section, separate gymnasia
for ladies and men are located inside the campus.
The campus has a separate canteen and a playground in addition to large parking
area for two wheelers and cars.
Architecture of the buildings ensures well lit and ventilated working spaces for
The original establishment of the Vidyapeeth was on its own campus located in the
heart of Pune City i.e. at Sadashiv Peth, Pune. Today following departments are
situated on this campus:-
• Sanskrit and Indological Studies
• Social Sciences (Economics, History, Sociology, Political Science)
• Foreign Languages
Since 1970, Vidyapeeth is functioning
from its own premises (6.5 acres land) at Gultekdi, Pune. This is on the UGC record
that the UGC Visiting Committee paid the visits to the Vidyapeeth to assess its
plan proposals which resulted in strengthening the existing teaching, research and
development of its departmental activities and allocated the grants for construction
purposes and also sanctioned the development grants to the Vidyapeeth during the
IX, X & XI Plan Periods.