Colleges In jabalpur



The Jabalpur colleges, sited in the Central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh are centers of academic excellence. These colleges strive to impart a value based education to the students under their tutelage.

Be it the engineering colleges, medical colleges, law institutes as well as nursing colleges, industrial training institutes or even colleges that offer courses in the ancient science of Ayurveda, the colleges of Jabalpur present contemporary professional courses. Medicine is Jabalpur's special forte. The city is endowed with several premier medical establishments that offer specialized courses in medicine, dentistry, paramedics, allopathy, homeopathy as well as Ayurveda. The renowned faculty and the quality of the pedagogical instructions, practical training as well as the state of the art infrastructure are a hallmark of the first-class levels of education in Jabalpur. Some of the well known colleges in Jabalpur are:

  • Government Engineering College
  • Hitkarni College of Engineering Technology
  • Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Medical College
  • Mahakoshal Arts and Commerce College
  • Jabalpur Girls College

    For the more erudite and research oriented scholars, there are several colleges in the city that offer bachelors and masters degrees in the disciplines of science, arts as well as commerce. Courses in fine arts, education and teaching are all offered by the Jabalpur colleges. Jabalpur being a fairly conservative city has colleges that cater exclusively to the female pupils.

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    Last Updated on 30th Nov 2012

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