Junagadh Education

A study of Junagadh Education reflects the high literacy rate in the city. With a literacy rate of 73 percent, Junagadh shows an average literacy that is higher than that of the country, which stands at 59.5 percent.

According to statistics, approximately 77 percent of the males in Junagadh are literates as compared to the low 67 percent of female literates. With the aid of the government, the city has established a number of schools and colleges to cater to the educational requirement of the students in the city.

Schools in Junagadh

A number of government and private schools are present in Junagadh city to cater to the primary and secondary education of the pupils. Kendriya Vidyalaya and Jawahar Navodaya Schools follow the academic curriculum set by the Central Board of Secondary Education. The Swami Vivekanand Vinay Mandir, Junagadh is one of the oldest schools in the city. Apart from the instructional facilities, the schools in the city have well established infrastructure to support an all-round development of the child's personality. In the higher secondary levels, education in provided in the humanities, commerce and science streams.

The government, along with the private organizations, have set up autonomous and government aided colleges and institutes. The J.J.C.E.T. Commerce and B.B.A. College is one of the most eminent educational institutes in the city, offering a plethora of academic courses. Another eminent institute is the N.R. Vekaria Institute of Business Management Studies that has been rated as one of the top B Schools in the country.

The growth and development of the city has facilitated the betterment of the education system in Junagadh.

Last Updated on 06/06/2013



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