Colleges in Jamshedpur

Jamshedpur Colleges fulfill the higher educational requirements of the students of this Steel City. The colleges of Jamshedpur are furnished with the required infrastructure needed to provide the students with the technical knowledge of the discipline they pursue.

The colleges in Jamshedpur provide undergraduate and post graduate degree courses in the various science, arts and commerce streams. The engineering and management institutes of the city of Jamshedpur are well reputed in the country. The NIT Jamshedpur and the Jamshedpur XLRI produce proficient students who are technically adept to deal with the challenges they may face. The colleges at Jamshedpur believe in the holistic development of the character of the students along with fostering their intellectual faculty.

Jamshedpur XLRI was brainchild of the Jesuit priest, Father Quinn Enright. The institute was started in the year 1949 with the aim to provide the country with efficient managerial pupils who shall lead the economy of the country to soaring heights. Since its inception, the institute has been delivering the most proficient managers of the country.

The National Institute of Technology, Jamshedpur was established in the year 1960 as a joint venture of the state and the union government of India. The institute started with four departments and has grown to provide post graduate and undergraduate degree courses in 12 disciplines.

The colleges of Jamshedpur are educational institutes that are renowned for their proficiency in the field of academics.

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Last Updated on : March 18, 2016


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