Ranchi University

The capital city of Ranchi in the Indian state of Jharkhand has a broad setup of educational system. The education in Ranchi is taking new strides and hoping to reach new horizons in the coming years. Ranchi University is in Ranchi. There are several courses that are offered to the students of the
Ranchi University.

There are other universities in Ranchi apart from the Ranchi University. Birla Institute of Technology, Ranchi, Jharkhand is a deemed university in Mesra in Ranchi. This particular university is member of The Association of Indian Universities (AIU).

Another university, among the universities in Ranchi that offers courses to the students is the Birsa Agricultural University. The universities of Ranchi are offering quality education to all the students.

Ranchi University

Ranchi University is situated at the Shaheed Chowk in Ranchi. This university was established in the year 1960. The UGC grants financial aids to the university apart from the fees paid by the students. There are also some colleges, which are affiliated under Ranchi University.

The Anthropology department of the Ranchi University houses a museum. Ranchi University is also a member of The Association of Indian Universities. Courses like Anthropology, Biochemistry, Business Administration, Botany, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Architecture etc.

Last Updated on : March 25, 2016

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