Jabalpur Education



The Jabalpur education scenario has always contributed a lot to the state's educational industry. The educational importance of the city has earned it the name of Sanskardhani or the cultural pot. The city boasts of more than 150 academic and training institutes.

The home to more than 30 engineering and medical colleges and almost 70 senior secondary and secondary schools, Jabalpur is truly an educational hub of the state. The schools and colleges in Jabalpur can compete with any top educational institutions of the country. The medical and engineering colleges of Jabalpur produce thousands of professionals of the fields every year.

The city of Jabalpur takes pride in three modern universities. They are:

  • Jawaharlal University of Agriculture
  • M P Bhoj Open University
  • Rani Durgavati University

    Some of the leading colleges in Jabalpur are;
    • Government Engineering College
    • Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Medical College
    • Mahakoshal Arts and Commerce College
    • Jabalpur Girls College
    • Hitkarni College of Engineering Technology
    • Government Autonomous Science College
    • Kesharwani College
    • State Science Institute
    • Navyug Arts and Commerce College
    • Hitkarini Women's Training College
    • Shri Jankiraman College
    • Shri Guruteg Bahadur Khalsa College
    Some leading schools in Jabalpur are;
    • Kendriya Vidyalaya Jabalpur
    • Christ Church Boys Higher Secondary School
    • Disilva Ratanshi Higer Secondary School
    • Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa School
    • Johnson English Medium
    • Maharani Lakshmi Bai School
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    Last Updated on 30th Nov 2012

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