Porbandar Colleges


The Porbandar colleges aim at providing an in-depth knowledge to the students in the sphere of higher education and learning. The colleges at Porbandar do not merely impart education in the areas of specialization but also take it upon themselves to make the students aware of their individual and social responsibilities.

Porbandar has a number of colleges that provide education in diverse fields, such as law, applied science, humanities, commerce and pure sciences. The colleges in Porbandar have well equipped infrastructure (laboratories, libraries etc.) to impart extensive instruction to the students.

Humanities, Commerce and Science



Dr. V.R. Godhaniya College in Porbandar, affiliated to the Saurashtra University, is one of the premium educational institutions in Porbandar. The college offers bachelor degree courses in the following streams- Humanities (B.A.), Commerce (B.Com) and Home Science (B. Sc) and afternoon courses in the following courses- B.C.A., P.G.D.C.A., and M.A. in English Literature. The various other arts, science and commerce colleges in Porbandar, run by the Government of Gujarat are:
  • Gurukul Mahila Arts & Commerce College
  • Kalidas Haridas Madhvani Arts & Commerce College
  • Malderjiodedra Swarak Mahila Arts College & Home Science College
  • Maharshi Dayanand Science College
  • VRG Arts and Commerce College
Porbandar also has a training college for teachers- the Ramba Graduate Teacher's College.

Law College



The DD Kotiwala Municipal Law College in Porbandar provides a three-year law course, accredited by the Bar Council of India. This law college provides education in Civil Law, Forensic Law, Business Law, Criminal Law and a host of other topics.

Government Polytechnic



Porbandar has a Government Polytechnic college, which was built in 1960. The institute offers diploma courses in both regular and distance learning categories. Some of the streams on which instructions are parted are Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Transportation.

The Government Polytechnic Porbandar has an I.I.I. Cell, which maintains an active connection with the local industries. Recently, the course in Civil Engineering has been recognized by the AICTE. Currently, the university has an intake of 420 students in the regular category and 180 students in the distance-learning category.

The Porbandar colleges have excellent faculties who impart relevant education to the students as per international standards. The students are provided with an in-depth knowledge in diverse fields such as law, criminology, humanities, commerce, science and polytechnic courses.



Last Updated on 19th January 2013



     


     

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