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1 PSG College of Technology Coimbatore
2 Coimbatore Institute of Technology Coimbatore
3 Thiagarajar college of Engineering Madurai
4 Sri Sivasubramaniya nadar College of Engineering Kanchipuram
5 Kumaraguru college of Technology Coimbatore
6 Sri Venkateswara college of Engineering Sriperumbudur
7 St. Joseph’s College of Engineering Chennai
8 A.C. college of Engineering and Technology Karaikudi
9 Sri Krishna college of Engineering and Technology Coimbatore
10 B.R. Abdur Rahman Crescent Engineering College Chennai
11 Velammal Engineering College Chennai
12 Panimalar Engineering College Chennai
13 Meenakshi Sundararajan Engineering College Chennai
14 Sri Sairam Engineering College Chennai
15 Easwari Engineering College Chennai
16 MEPCO SCHLENK Engineering College Viruthanagar
17 RMK Engineering College Thiruvallur
18 Jeppiaar Engineering College Chennai
19 Institute of Road and Transport Technology Erode
20 Sona College of Technology Salem
21 RMD Engineering College Thiruvallur
22 Valliammai Engineering college Kancheepuram
23 Velammal College of Engineering and Technology Madhurai
24 K.L.N. College of Engineering Pottapalayam
25 VEL TECH Engineering College Avadi









  • Medical College, Thiruvananthapuram
  • Medical College, Alappuzha
  • Medical College, Kottayam
  • Medical College, Thrissur
  • Medical College, Kozhikode
  • Academy of Medical Sciences,
  • Medical College, Pariyaram, Kannur 

    (Ayurveda ) 
  • VPSV Ayurveda College, Kottackal
  • Vaidya Retnam Ayurveda College, Ollur
  • Pankaja Kasthuri Ayurveda College, Kattakada, Thiruvananthapuram
  • Santhigiri Sidha College, Koliacode, Thiruvananthapuram 

  • Dr.Padiyar Memorial Homoeopathic M.C, Ernakulam 

    (Dental Colleges)
  • Academy of Medical Sciences, Pariyaram
  • Amrita College of Dentistry, Kollam
  • Annoor Dental College, Ernakulam
  • Mar Baslious Dental College, Ernakulam
  • P.M.S. College of Dental Sciences & Research, Thiruvananthapuram
  • Priyaram Dental College, Kozhikode 

    The large number of Polytechnics and other educational institutes and colleges offering various technical fields of technical education has resulted in the increase of individuals with high technological expertise. There has been all round development in the field of engineering, Information technology, Computer Applications and so on. 

    Computer Colleges in Kerala 

    MCA or Master in Computer Applications degree is offered in the following institutes of Kerala-
    • Aptech Computer Education, Pathanamthitta
    • Associated Consultants Training 'N' Softwares, Pathanamthitta
    • Cad Point Digital Studio Planthottam Complex, Near Ksrtc, Pathanamthitta
    • Manipal Institute of Computer Education
    • Kerala Computer Application
    • Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology Kottayam, Velloor
    • Thiruvananthapuram Kerala Computer Application
    • Aluva Kerala Computer Application
    • Kochi Kerala Computer Application
    • Mar Athanasios College for Advanced Studies
    • Marian College, Peermade
    • ER & DCI Institute of Technology, Thiruvananthapuram
    • Union Christian College, Aluva Kerala
    Kerala Engineering Colleges
    • College of Engineering, Thiruvananthapuram
    • Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Tech., Kottayam
    • TKM College of Engineering, Kollam
    • MA College of Engineering, Kothamangalam.
    • Engineering College, Idukki
    • NSS College of Engineering, Palakkad
    • College of Engineering (LBS) Kasargod
    • Kerala College of Engineering & Technology, Ernakulam
    Kerala Polytechnics
    There are altogether 48 Polytechnics in the state including 7 Women's Polytechnics and 6 Polytechnics in Private Sector. Three year Diploma Course in 23 disciplines is offered in the various Polytechnics with an annual intake of about 9990 students. The courses offered are - Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics, Automobile, Computer, Chemical, Bio-Medicaland Tool and Die Engineering, Electronics and Communication, Electronics and Avionics, Textile, Polymer, Instrument, and Printing Technology, Wood and Paper Technology, Information Technology Architecture, Commercial Practice, Computer application ,Business Management and so on. 

    Post Diploma Courses are offered in Industrial Electronics, Television Engineering and Computer Application at Central Polytechnic in Thiruvananthapuram, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning and Computer Design at Government Polytechnic in Kalamaserry, Foundry Technology at Maharajas Technological Institute in Thrissur, and Applied Electronics in Institute of Printing Technology and Computer Application in Women's Polytechnic in Thrissur. 

    Management Colleges in Kerala 

    The different Management Colleges (private and non-private) in Kerala are-
    • Bhavan's Royal Institute of Management, Tiruvankulam
    • Cochin University, School of Management Studies,
    • DC School of Management and Technology, Idukki
    • Indian Institute of Management, Kozhikode
    • Institute of Management in Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram,
    • Mahata Gandhi University School of Management & Business Studies, Ernakulam
    • Mar Athanasiuus College of Advance Studies, Thiruvalla
    • Rajagiri Institute of Management, Ernakulam
    • School of Management Studies, Cochin University of Science & Technology, Kochi-St. Berchmans Institute of Management, kottayam
    • University of Calicut, , Kozhikode
    • Kerala University Trivandrum
    • St. Berchamans Institute of Management, Changanacherry
    Other Career/ Educational Institutes in Kerala 

    Apart from the educational institutions and colleges, there are also a plethora of other career institutes where diplomas and degrees in different courses are offered. These are -
    • Kalabhavan Talented Resident School,Cochin - Art, Basic Education, Music, Language,Physical Education.
    • The IHRD (Institute of Human resource and development),Thiruvananthapuram - Applied science, Polytechnics
    • Kerala Forest Research Institute, Peechi - Forest Research Institute
    • Thripti Home Science Institute,Kottayam - Home Science
    • Kerala Kalamandalam, Thrissur District - Arts & Culture
    • Kerala Sastra Sahitya Parishad Bhavan,Trivandrum
    • Nettur Technical Training Foundation,Tellicherry - Tool & Die Making
    • CEDTI, (Centre for electronic design and technology for India),Calicut
    • Malayalam Language Instructional Material World Malayalee Council,Thiruvananthapuram - Malayalam Language Instructional Material
    • Oriental School of Hotel Management, Wayanad Dist.- Hotel Management
    • ZEPHYR Entrance coaching,Trivandrum - Entrance Coaching
    • Bharatiya Vidhya Bhavan units at Trivandrum, Kottayam, Thrissur, Kochi, Kozhikode – Mass Communication
    • Centre for Development of Imaging Technology, Trivandrum
    • Institute of Journalism, Press Club, Kozhikode








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    MD,MBBS, BDS, BHMS, BAMS,BPharm, BE (Aeronautical& All Branches), MSC (All Branches),MBA, MCA, MTA,MSC Nursing,& BSC Nursing,PCBSC, GNM,BSC Micro Biology,BBM, BBA, AME , BHM, PG Diploma (All Branches)

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    Legal Matters

    In Malabar Region ‘The Local Board Act 1834’ helped in establishing many number of schools; the Elementary Education Act provided for opening up of many elementary schools and grant-in-aid was paid to Private schools by the District Educational Councils. From 1939 onwards the disbursement of grant-in-aid to private schools was done by the District Educational Officers. From 1 December 1951 the Private Secondary School Scheme was introduced in Travancore-Cochin. The Kerala Education Act and Kerala Education Rules come into force with effect from 1 June 1959. During the year 1956 – 57 there were 10,079 institutions under the Education deportment. Now, there are 12271 Schools consists of 6712l L.P. Schools, 2951 U.P Schools and 2608 High Schools in the State. Of these, 4492 are Government Schools (2551 LP, 957 UP and 984 HS), 7282 are Private aided Schools (4003 LP, 1870 UP and 1409 HS) and 497 are Private Unaided Schools (158 LP.124 UP and 215 HS).

    Modern Scenario

    There are 102 Teachers Training Institutes, 43 Special Schools for the handicapped children and 8 Anglo Indian High Schools. Kerala is the most literate State in India. As per 2001 Census, the effective literacy rate was 90.92% while it was 89.81% in 1991, 78.85% in 1981, 69.75% in 1971 and 55.08% in 1961.

    Schools and colleges in Kerala are either run by the government or by private trusts and individuals. The schools in Kerala are either affiliated with the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE), or the Central Board for Secondary Education (CBSE), or the Kerala State Education Board. English is the medium of instruction in most private schools; though government run schools offer both English and Malayalam as language of instruction. After completing secondary education, which involves ten years of schooling, students typically enroll at Higher Secondary School in one of the three streams—liberal arts, commerce or science. Upon completing the required coursework, the student can enroll in general or professional degree programs.

    Under the National Education Policy 1986, Kerala has got District Institute of Education and Trainings (DIETs) for the training of teachers. The Vocational Higher Secondary Education was introduced in the State during 1983-84. Higher Secondary Course in Kerala was introduced in the state in academic year 1990 - 91.

    Kerala has many renowned institutions for providing higher education and training. Some of these institutions are - Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode, National Institute of Technology Trichy, Cochin University of Science and Technology, and University of Kerala.




    History of Universities

    India’s Ancient Universities:

    It is essential to have a brief knowledge about the the glorious past of Indian educational tradition.We,the Indians are proud to inherite a very immemorable and golden past of our education which was enriched by a number of sages ,saints,Buddhists Monks and scholars and also by the foreign educationists throught several decades.Aryabhatta,Chanakya,Dipankar Srigyan Aatish,Shilbhadra jaji ,Fa Huen,Uen chuang ,Charaka,Shusruta and many Chinese and Tibetan scholars enriched our educational heredity.Its to be remembered with great honor that Lord Goutam Buddha;s preaching had enlightened our both educational and cultural heritage. 

    Students and Scholars used to visit those Universities with deep devotion and earnestness from the countries like,China, Korea, Shyam. Kamboj. Ancorbat (Cambodia, Indonesia, Malayesia. 
    Shrilanka,Burma and even from Afghanistan.Great King Asoka and Guta Dynasties has great contributions for the developments of Indian traditional education system like Tapovana system. 

    *Takkhasila(Taxila), Nalanda and Bikramsila 

    Takshashila was an early center of learning dating back to at least the 5th century BCE. There is some disagreement about whether Takshashila can be considered a university. While some consider Taxila to be an early university or centre of higher education, others do not consider it a university in the modern sense, in contrast to the later Nalanda University. Takshashila is described in some detail in later Jātaka tales, written in Sri Lanka around the 5th century CE.. 

    Ruins of Taxila

    Takshashila is considered a place of religious and historical sanctity by Hindus and Buddhists. The former do so not only because, in its time, Takshashila was the seat of Vedic learning, but also because the strategist, Chanakya, who later helped consolidate the empire of Emperor Chandragupta Maurya, was a senior teacher there. The institution is very significant in Buddhist tradition since it is believed citation needed that the Mahāyāna sect of Buddhism took shape there. 

    Some scholars date Takshashila's existence back to the 6th century BCE or 7th century BCE. It became a noted centre of learning at least several centuries before Christ, and continued to attract students from around the old world until the destruction of the city in the 5th century CE. Takshashila is perhaps best known because of its association with Chanakya. The famous treatise Arthashastra (Sanskrit for The knowledge of Economics) by Chanakya, is said to have been composed in Takshashila itself. Chanakya (or Kautilya), the Maurya Emperor Chandragupta and the Ayurvedic healer Charaka studied at Taxila . 

    Generally, a student entered Takshashila at the age of sixteen. The Vedas and the Eighteen Arts, which included skills such as archery, hunting, and elephant lore, were taught, in addition to its law school, medical school, and school of military science.

    Nalanda University

    Nalanda was the largest residential centre of learning that the world had ever known. The library was located in a nine storied building. Since the time of Buddha,the bhikkus were always encouraged to study the various arts and sciences. Learning was greatly encouraged as served dual proposes: knowledge and practice. The monks,therefore took to learning so that they might practice it and realise Dhamma perfectly and thereby enrich the masses. 

    The University of Nalanda was founded in the 5th century by the Gupta emperors. There were thousands of students and teachers. The subjects taught at Nalanda University covered every field of learning. The courses offered at Nalanda included the study of scriptures of Mahayana and Hinayana Schools of Buddhism,Brahminical vedic texts,Philosophy,logic theology,grammer,astronomy,mathematics and medicine. Its importance as a monastic university continued until the end of the 12th century. 

    The International Scholastic Centre at Nalanda described by later Scholars as an International University was founded much earlier than the 5th century A.D. Nalanda eventually developed into the greatest ancient centre of Buddhist learning. Students from China and Korea,Sri Lanka and Indonesia and from all the regions of India came to Nalanda to study. 

    As is evident from the remains of Nalanda,there were row of monastery sites lies from south to north. By and large all of them are of the same pattern. But most important of them is site no.1,entrance of which lies in the west wall through a large portico of which the roof rested on pillars. At a later period this portico was converted into a porch with an ante-chamber by the addition of two walls. 

    A long succession of kings from 5th to 12th century extended their royal patronage to ensure the progress and prosperity of the university. The university received royal patronage of the great emperor Harshavardhana of Kannauj and also pala kings. It was a great centre of learning and students from foreign centre of learning and students from foreign countries were also attracted to this university. 

    Nalanda during its days was a flourishing residential university with over 10,000 students and 1500 teachers. The university was marked by a lofty wall and one gate. Hiuen Tsang,the Chinese pilgrim spent three years at Nalanda. He has left a detailed note about the university,its curriculum,activities and other accounts. The Tibetan pilgrim Dharmasvamin was here in 1234 and has left an a gripping account of the monastery's destruction by the Muslims. 

    Nalanda today is in ruins but still it imparts the scholarly look. The archaeological zone here is classified into a number of sites that include 11 monasteries and several temples built in red bricks. 

    Ruins of Vikramshila University


    Vikramsila is a town situated in the state of Bihar, India. It lies at a distance of approximately 40 km from the city of Bhagalpur. One of the popular Buddhist destinations in India, Vikramshila cannot boast of a direct relation with Lord Buddha. It is mainly renowned for being one of the most significant centers of Tantric Buddhism, in the 8th century AD. It also houses the famous Vikramasila University, the main intellectual as well as learning center of Tantric Buddhism.

    The University was built under the patronage of Dharmapala, a Pala king. Also known as Paramasaugata (meaning, the chief worshipper of the Buddha), he was a great follower of the Mahayana sect of Buddhism. The center of the university once had a huge temple, adorned with a life-size copy of the Mahabodhi tree. It is said that approximately 108 temples were constructed around it. Out of these, almost 53 temples were dedicated to the study of the Guhyasamaja Tantra. 

    The entrance of the main temple stood guarded by two brilliant statues of Nagarjuna and Atisa Dipankar (a great scholar of the Vikramasila University). Vikramshila also lies very close to Champanagar, another famous Buddhist destinati
    on in Bihar.




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