Colleges in Shimla



This page gives an insight of various Colleges in Shimla imparting higher education to its students. Shimla, the 'Queen of the hills' is the hub of quality education. Since the British India, the city is the home to many reputed colleges offering degree course in many disciplines.

The Indira Gandhi Medical College is a renowned college in Shimla. Degree colleges like St. Bedes College is also a well known girls College. Rajkiya Kanya MahaVidayaliya (RKMV) is another esteemed girl's degree college under Himachal Pradesh University.

Most of these colleges are under the Himachal Pradesh University situated in the Summer Hills, Shimla. Here is a list of different colleges in Shimla imparting higher education in different streams.
  • Degree Colleges imparting Bachelors Degree in Arts, Science and Commerce

    1. G B Pant Memorial Govt. College, Shimla.
    Rampur Bhushaher, Distt. Shimla - 172 001.

    2. Govt. College, Shimla.
    Shimla - 171 006

    3. H P U Evening College, Shimla.
    Shimla - 171 001

    4. St Bedes College, Shimla.
    Shimla - 171002

    5. International Centre for Distance Education and Open Learning, Shimla.
    (H.P. Univ.) Summer Hill, Shimla - 171 005

    6. Rajkiya Kanya MahaVidayaliya (RKMV)
    Shimla.

  • Medical & Dental College in Shimla

    1. Indira Gandhi Medical College, Shimla.
    Shimla 171001

    2. H P Government Dental College & Hospital, Shimla
    Shimla-171005

  • Engineering College and Management Institute in Shimla

    1. Institute of Information Technology, Shimla
    Shimla 171005

    2. University Institute Of Information
    Himachal Pradesh University

    3. Institute of Management Studies (IMS)
    Himachal Pradesh University
    Summer Hill, Shimla- 171005. Phone No 0177- 2831653



Last Updated on : 29/05/2013



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