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Andhra Pradesh has a number of educational institutes including schools, colleges and Universities. One of the NITs: NIT Warangal which is among the top 10 MBA colleges in AP is located here. Andhra Pradesh is also famous ... More >>>
The literacy rate in the state of Uttarakhand is almost around 80% with around 88% literacy rate for males and 70% in females as per a survey carried out in 2011 by the Government of India. there are many institutes for higher ... More >>>
Uttar Pradesh has large number of academic and research institute. The state has two IITs – at Kanpur and Varanasi, an IIM at Lucknow. Apart from these, there are a number of top management colleges in UP. Management education is ... More >>>
Management as an education choice has gained popularity in the last few years due to rapid economic growth in India leading to huge demand for qualified managers. Demand for this education stream has picked up in Rajasthan as we... More >>>
Education system in Punjab is divided in Primary, Secondary and Tertiary education. The Primary and Secondary education is bound to school education while the tertiary education is provided at colleges and Universities. Punjab have ... More >>>
Pune is one of the major well known centers in India for management education. The city has many Management Institutes which give international quality management teaching. MBA institutes in Pune offer recognized regular degrees cours... More >>>
The state of Karnataka has a literacy rate of 75% as per 2011 consensus by the Government of India. Bengaluru, the capital of Karnataka is referred as the"Silicon Valley of India". because some of the top It companies in India ha... More >>>