What will happen if an IIT graduate, with a foreign Master’s, a PhD from Michigan, a postdoctorate from MIT and Harvard, turns down an offer of a faculty position at Stanford University to come back home to India to join a reputable, new university called Federal Comprehensive University at Barakotla. Will he succeed or fail tremendously? “Professors Gone Wild” takes you on a wild journey to find an answer. Barakotla is a historic place, an ancient site of Indus Valley Civilization that existed in third millennium BC and was known for city planning and civil engineering. Satnam Singh Rugga’s passion for Barakotla’s history and commitment to make a difference do bring him back to India, but he soon realizes that he has ended up at not less than a stone age, where “might is right” is still in practice. The world had progressed in other part of the world but not in this campus. On one hand, he has a dream to make FCU a world class university befitting the technological history of the very place, the realities on the other hand is just the opposite. Satnam has to struggle for his own survival because of the tyrannous President of the university, Professor Nagrup. He takes on the morally corrupt University President, but has to first fight an enemy within - his remorse for coming back to India, the resulting depression, alcoholism, resulting hallucinations, and even worse, his memory of being some Raghav Paul who was born in the stone age and brought up in the twenty second century AD. To aid him are just the knowledge about the glorious past, dreams about the splendid future, teachings of his mentor Prof. Mayur Goyal and support of a new colleague Dr. Prembihari Sinha.