Education in Madurai

With the emergence of top class schools, colleges, universities and training institutes, Madurai education has come up a long way. Due to an excellent educational environment in Madurai, students from all over the state, India and even from other countries take admission in the educational institutions of Madurai.

Some of well-known schools in Madurai are:

  • Ambika Higher Secondary School
  • B.P.M.Matriculation School
  • Chandler Matriculation School
  • Capron Hall Higher Secondary School
  • Dolphin Matriculation Higher Secondary School
The colleges in Madurai are reputed for their experienced teaching staff and good infrastructure. Some of the leading colleges of Madurai are:
  • Devasagayam Annathayammal College for Women
  • E.M.Gopalkrishan Kone Yadava College for women, Fatima College
  • Govt. Arts College
  • Lady Doak College
  • Muquyath Sha Sirguro Wok Board College
Apart from the academic colleges, Madurai is the home to many engineering, medical, musical, paramedical colleges and different training institutes.

Last Updated on : February 10, 2016


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