Bhavnagar Education



Bhavnagar Education is supported by a number of schools, colleges and study centers having modern facilities and amenities for the students. The institutions have qualified academicians as their faculties.

Bhavnagar Education is facilitated by a great number of schools, colleges and a university. Most of these institutions are equipped with hostels and other necessary facilities. The hostel facility helps the students, who come from far away to complete their education.

Some of the well-known schools, which help in the growth of Education in Bhavnagar, are St. Xavier’s High School, Fatima Convent High School, BN Virani High School, B.M. Commerce High School and Dolat Anant Valiva High School. Most of the schools are affiliated to the Central Boards of Secondary Education.

Some of the important colleges in Bhavnagar are M.J. College of Commerce, Medical College, Samaldas Arts College, Sheth H.J. Law College, V.P. Kapadia Mahila Arts College, and Shantilal Shah Engineering College. These colleges offer courses in various subjects.

Bhavnagar University provides degree and diploma courses in different subjects of study. Apart from graduation and postgraduation programs, students can also avail Ph.D. and research programs. In order to facilitate the students, all the institutes are equipped with libraries, which have a huge collection of books of all subjects.

Bhavnagar Education also covers distant learning courses for working students. There are many study centers offering courses and classes for these students.

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Last Updated on 23 July 2012



     


     

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