Colleges in Bangalore University

Founded in 1964, the Bangalore University is renowned for providing degree in several fields namely Engineering, Education, Science, Law, Medical, Arts, Commerce and Management and more.

There are nearly 473 affiliated colleges, 3 constituent college, 41 post-graduate departments and Directorates of Higher learning under Bangalore University.

Here is a list of the several Bangalore Universties Colleges.

 

Engineering Colleges Under Bangalore University

 

 

Medical Colleges Under Bangalore University

 

  Management Institutes Under Bangalore University  

  Law College Under Bangalore University  

  IT Undergraduate Colleges Under Bangalore University  
List of Colleges in Bangalore
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Last Updated on : November 13, 2017


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