Mangalore Colleges



Mangalore colleges are known for their quality education. There are a large number of good colleges in Mangalore that have highly proficient faculty members. They help the students in building up a prospective career. The quality of education imparted in theses colleges have not only attracted the students of Mangalore but also from other parts as well.

Most of the colleges of Mangalore are accredited by the University Grants Commission and the State Government. Some of them also operate under the governance of the Mangalore University. These colleges provide their students with all the necessary facilities such as well stocked library, fully equipped laboratories, well maintained playgrounds, activity clubs, etc. to bring about an overall growth and development among its students.

Mangalore colleges have also come up with counseling and placement cells. These cells guide the candidates in selecting the right career and help them out in their search for jobs.

There are various types of colleges at Mangalore - from general, engineering, hotel management, medical to business administration and teacher's training. Moreover, most of the colleges have a counseling cell where students are helped out to choose the right subject in which they can fare well.

Given below is the list of some of the Mangalore colleges which offer general degree programs in B.A., B.Sc and B.Com:
  • St Agnes College
    Bendoor, Mangalore
    Phone: +91-824-2218414

  • Government P.U College
    Hejmady, Mangalore
    Phone: +91-824-2722132

  • Besant Womens College
    Kodialbail, Mangalore
    Phone: +91-824-2492206

  • St Aloysius College
    Light House Hill Road, Mangalore
    Phone: +91-824-2423246

  • Vijaya College
    Mulki, Mangalore
    Phone: 2722531



Last Updated on 21 September 2011



     


     

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