Alappuzha Colleges

Alappuzha Colleges include some of the accredited colleges of the Alappuzha city. These colleges provide many post graduate and graduate courses for their students. Colleges in Alappuzha offers qualified faculty members who are dedicated to provide essential resources for the betterment of their students.

In Alappuzha there are a total of five science and arts colleges, which are located in the urban areas. Out of these five colleges two are situated in the Alappuzha municipality, one each in Mavelikkara, Chengannur and Kayamkulam municipalities. Alappuzha also houses a medical college and a model engineering college for students at Chengannur

Some of the renowned educational institution of Alappuzha are Bishop Moore College, Christian College, Sanatana Dharam College, Milad e Sheriff Memorial College, Sree Narayana College, S N College, Peet memorial Training College, D.B. Pampa College, St. Aloysius College, St Joseph College for women, N.S.S college, The Pulinkunnu Campus and St Michael's College

Courses covered in these above colleges of Alappuzha are Bachelor in Science, Bachelor in Arts, Bachelor in Commerce, Master degree in commerce, Master degree in Science and Bachelor in Education.

Alappuzha Colleges offers quality education for students from far and wide.

Last Updated on 05 May 2011



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