Mangalore Education

Mangalore education system has great potential. Being a part of the state of Karnataka, with well developed educational system, this city has a well developed network of schools and colleges. They have been imparting knowledge since the last few decades.

The scenario of the educational system at Mangalore can be analyzed from its good literacy rate as well as the growing potential in the educational arena. The city has got a large number of schools, colleges, universities and other private institutes.

The schools of Mangalore are affiliated to either of the following three boards for secondary and higher secondary board examinations:

  • Karanataka Secondary Education Examination Board
  • Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi
  • Indian School Certificate Examinations, New Delhi.

  • The colleges and universities of Mangalore are recognized by:

    • University Grants Commission
    • AICTE, New Delhi
    • Karanataka State Government
    • NAAC, New Delhi
    The recent development that has been witnessed in the educational structure of Mangalore is the emphasis on computer literacy. Both schools and colleges in Mangalore have introduced compulsory training on computer and IT related courses so as to achieve the goal of spreading computer literacy among all.

    These days various other means of imparting knowledge have been introduced in the educational system of Mangalore. They are vocational training, distance education, online education, etc. With all these developments, it is sure that Mangalore education has got a very prospective future.

    Last Updated on 21 September 2011



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