B Ed Colleges in Aurangabad

Location Map of Top B.Ed Colleges in Aurangabad

List of B.Ed Colleges in Aurangabad

College NameAddressContact Details Website
A.D. College of EducationKhultabad Sulibhanjan, Khultabad Aurangabad - 431 101 Maharashtra91-2437-241793/ adcollegekhultabad@gmail.comhttp://www.emass.org.in/
Amu Bai Allana B. Ed College for Women, AurangabadAt Kunjkheda, Tal Kannand, Aurangabad - 415 570 Maharashtra222846, (02435) 228043, 228028/ amubaibed@gmail.com, amubaibed@rediffmai.comhttp://www.aace.co.in/Contact_Us.php
Bhartiya Gramin Punarachana Sanstha's B. Ed. Women's CollegePlot No. P-75, Behind Garware Polyester, Chikalthana M.I.D.C Aurangabad - 431 210 Maharashtra91--2480854, 2474362, (0240)- 2484048, 2480854/ 220.bgpsbed@gmail.com, office@bgpswbed.com.http://www.bgpswbed.com/?q=node/11
Dnyanjyoti College of EducationNear S.D. Collage, Soegaon Aurangabad - 431 120, Maharashtra91-2438-202222 
Foster Development College of Education11th scheme E Sector CIDCO Shivaji Nagar Garkheda Parisar Aurangabad - 431 005 Maharashtra0240-2405009, 9860371760, 9422203896/ director@fosterdevelopment.orghttp://www.fosterdevelopment.org/contact_us.php
Janata Shikshan Prasarak Mandal Women's B. Ed. CollegeIn front of Petrol Pump, Aurangabad Road, Tal. Khultabad, Aurangabad - 431 101 Maharashtra91-2437-241183, 0240 233 3724 
Jayprakash Narayan B. Ed. CollegeDeogiri college campus, Jr. College building, 3rd floor, Station road, Aurangabad - 431 005 Maharashtra91-240-2363369, 2334430 
Kamdhenu Bahuudeshiya Sevabhavi Sanstha's College of EducationGat No. 238, Jatwada Road Aurangabad - 415 570, Maharashtra  
Mahatma Gandhi B. Ed CollegeJaiswal Hall, T. V. Centre Jalgoan road, CIDCO N-9, Aurangabad - 431 004, Maharashtra91-240-2390669 
Mohammed Ali Johar Women's B. Ed. College/ Everest Educational SocietyVillage Ohar, Jatwada Road, Aurangabad - 431 001 Maharashtra91-240-3204266, 0240 230 0130/ contact@everesteducationalsociety.orghttp://www.everesteducationalsociety.org
Sant Gadge Maharaj College of EducationN-6 CIDCO, Sainagar, Aurangabad - 431 003 Maharashtra91-240-2480584, 098220 87375http://www.rskm-sgm-education.org
Shri Dhaneshwari Manav Vikas Mandal's Women's College of EducationTown Centre, Cannaught Garden, Tulsi Arcade, B - 101, CIDCO, Near CIDCO Bus Stand Aurangabad - 431 001 Maharashtra91-95240-2694406, 0240 248 0451 
Talat College of EducationGut No. 1, Nandrabad, Khultabad, Aurangabad - 415 570 Maharashtra91-2437-241361

Last Updated on : November 29, 2017

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