B Ed Colleges in Ambala

Location Map of Top B.Ed Colleges in Ambala

List of B.Ed Colleges in Ambala

College NameAddressPhone no.Website
Shri Birkha Ram College of Education, AmbalaVill-Khora Bhora, Post, Bhurewala, Tehsil, Naraingarh, Ambala - 134 203 Haryana  
Surya College of Education AmbalaVillage Bhanokheri, Ambala - 134 003 Haryana91-171-2532106/ suryacollege111@gmail.comhttp://www.suryacollegeambala.com
Shivalik College of EducationVillage: Aliyaspur P.O: Sarawan, Ambala - 133 206 Haryana91-171-3054600 -699http://www.shivalikgroup.org
Sohan Lal D.A.V. College of EducationDAV College Rd, Jagadhri Gate, Palika Vihar, Ambala, Haryana 13400391-171-2444437/ sldaveducation@gmail.comhttp://www.sldaveducation.org
Lala Ami Chand Monga Memorial College of EducationAbdula Garh, Ambala - 133 001 Haryana91-171-313202, +91-94682-85859, +91-80535-35368/ admission.amichand@gmail.comhttp://www.amichandcollegeofeducation.com
Lord Krishna College of Education AmbalaV.P.O. Adhoya, Teh. Barara, Ambala - 133 205 Haryana91-171-320315, 207001, 2833, 01731 286 768/ lkcoe@rediffmail.comhttp://www.lkcoe.com
Maa Bala Sundri College of EducationDosarka Sadhura Road P.O.: Zaffarpur Sub-Teh. : Mullana Teh. : Barara Ambala - 133 201 Haryana91-171-272983/ Contact Formhttp://maabalasundricollege.com
Mata Shanti Devi Memorial College of Education for WomenAbdula Garh, Ambala - 133 001 Haryana91-171-313202, 91- 9468285859, +91-8053535368, 01731-266054/ shantidevicoedu@yahoo.comhttp://www.shantidevicollegeofeducation.com
PKR Jain College of EducationVillage: Nasirpur, Hisar Road Ambala - 134 003 Haryana91-171-2535855, 2532884http://www.pkrjaincollege.com
Shri Sardari Lal College of EducationVill & P.O. Nahoni Sub Tehsil-Mullana, Ambala - 133 104 Haryana91-171-2825690, 0171 282 5680/ sslce_nahoni@yahoo.co.inhttp://www.sslcehry.org
Tulsi College of Education for WomenVill. Rupamajra Ambala Hissar road Ambala - 134 003 Haryana91-171-2530842, 3090715, 30, 081999 38200http://www.tulsieducation.net

Last Updated on : November 27, 2017

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