Indore University

Indore University help the students in the city to opt for higher degrees. It grants academic degrees at the different levels of education such as bachelor, master and doctorate. The university of Indore provide tertiary and quaternary education to the students of the city.

Devi Ahilya University is an integral part of the education of Indore. The university at Indore is situated on R N T Marg. It was established by an act passed by the Legislative Assembly of Madhya Pradesh in 1964. According to the regulations of the 1964, the jurisdiction of the University of Indore extended upto Lahore. It was in 1988 that the university was renamed as Devi Ahilya University after the benevolent ruler, Devi Ahilya Bai Holkar.

Moreover, there are 153 colleges in Indore that affiliated under Devi Ahilya University. The university imparts education in a number of basic and professional disciplines. The main campus of the university possesses about 6000 students; whereas the total number of students belonging to the affiliated colleges is 1,20,000.

The university at Indore offers a number of conventional courses. Besides, it is also known to offer many computer and self supporting courses. Among the important courses available at the university are:
  • Engineering courses
  • Conventional courses Degree in Physics, Mathematics, Journalism, Chemistry, Economics, Statistics, Life Sciences, Biochemistry, MBA and B Ed.
  • Computer courses M Sc Computer Science, and MCA.
  • Professional courses M Tech, Bio Technology, M Sc Electronics and BPT and MPT and B Sc in Computer Science and Electronics.
  • Self supporting courses
To know more about the Indore University, click on the following links:
  • DAVV Indore


Last Updated on : March 25, 2016


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