Colleges and Institutes in Surat





There are various Colleges and Institutes in Surat. These educational centers provide excellent education to the students with the help of all sort of modern facilities.

One of the most reputed institute in Surat is the Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology. This institute was established in the year of 1961.

Some of the other important colleges of Surat are Navayug Arts & Commerce College, Barfiwala Commerce College, M.T.B Art College, Sarvajanik College of Engineering & Technology, College of Information Technology, S. V. R Engineering College and the Government Girls Polytechnic College.

There are two medical colleges in Surat where degree courses on health science are offered. They are New Civil Hospital and Seventh Day Adventist Hospital. Courses on homeopathic medical science are offered by the CD Pachchigar Homeopathic Medical College and Shree Chotalal Nagindas Kothari Medical College & Research Center.

Diploma on Jewelery Design and Manufacture are offered in the IDI-Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Center of Jewelry Design & Manufacture of Surat. This institute is located in the Katagram region of Surat. The duration of this course is three years.

There are facilities for distance education as well in Surat. An IGNOU study center is operated from the MTB Art College campus. There is also the Central Academy in Surat. This institute functions as a study center of the Allagappa University, directorate of distance education.

Students from different corners of India come to some of the reputed institutes of Surat for higher education.

For further details on the Colleges and Institutes in Surat the following links can be browsed:


Last Updated on : 3/06/2013

 
     


     

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