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Top 10 Best Science Colleges in India


Top 10 Best Science Colleges in India

Science is the field of scientific inquiry and it deals with the real objects. We can find out lots of science colleges in India. From that you can choose the best colleges, it helps to provide better career and opportunities to the students. Here listed the top 10 best Science colleges in India. According to the list, these best college ranked up on the basis of reputation, best academic input, job prospects, etc.

1. St. Stephen’s College


St. Stephen’s College located in Delhi. It is the one of the oldest colleges in India. St. Stephen’s College founded on 1 February 1881. In 1922 it became one of its three original constituent colleges with the establishment Delhi University. College admits both graduates and post graduate students and also offers diploma courses, certificate courses in French, German, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Arab, Urdu & Persian.  First It was affiliated by Calcutta University, and later to Punjab University.

2. Loyola College

Loyola College

Loyola College situated at Chennai, a Catholic Minority Institution that founded by the society Jesus in the year 1925. This college aims to provide university education with christian atmosphere especially for the students belonging to the catholic community. It was affiliated to the Periyar University, Salem. Loyola College exposure the new way of education, means  moving from tradition to modern teaching and also gives external development opportunities. There are several courses offered that are; The arts and humanities streams include English, economics, commerce, history, Tamil and sociology. Science courses  physics, chemistry, botany, zoology and computer science and it is the only college A+ accreditation from NAAC.

3. St. Xavier’s College

St. Xavier's College

St. Xavier’s College is Catholic minority college in Mumbai. It was founded by German Jesuits in 1869 and college affiliated to University of Mumbai, later renamed as Francis Xavier. St. Xavier’s College is the  liberal arts college in India and the science department established in 1920. 50% seat is allowed to catholic minority students also Maharashtra government reserved some seat for back word class students. The College also offers BMM BMS BSc I.T. and MSc. Biotechnology Degree courses. In 2007 NAAC awarded highest A+ accreditation.

4. Christ College

Christ College

Christ College is the one of the best education institution in Bangalore city and it is affiliated to the Bangalore university.Christ College was recognized by the University Grants Commission of India. College offers modern curriculum activities, and their dedicated staff enhance the college reputation. So college rated among the top list. From 2005 onward it is re accredited with A+ by NAAC.

5. Ramjas College

Ramjas College

Ramjas College established in the year 1917. It is located in north campus university in Delhi and remarked as one of the best co educational college. It is named as Ramjas College’ in memory of Lala Ramjas  father of Rai Kedar Nath, the founder of the college. They admit both gender(Men&women) candidates. There are various courses introduced by the Ramjas College that are; certificate programs under graduate programs(18) and post graduate programs(18).

6. Madras Christian College

Madras Christian College

In 1837 Madras Christian College started its life  as a school. This school later turned as college in 1865.  Anderson and Miller Hogg and Boyd are the founders of the college.  Madras Christian College providing new courses and curricular innovations. Today this college has 3500 male & 2500 female students, 150 research scholars from different part of the India and also from abroad. It is well known as its academic leadership.

7. Miranda House

Miranda House

Miranda House one of the premier Women’s Institutions of Delhi that was founded in 1948. It is started with 33 students, Now the students strength is exceeded the limit. Miranda House shaped by Sir Maurice Gwyer and its foundation laid by Lady Edwina Mountbatten on March 7 (1948). Miranda offers liberal education in humanities and science to more than 2500 students. It exposure high academic standards. The college added wide range of  undergraduate and graduate courses. In additionally they gives short-duration career-oriented courses such as; Operations Research, Computer Applications, Green Chemistry, Medicinal-Biotechnology, Media Studies etc.

8. Hansraj College

Hansraj College

Hansraj College co-educational college established in the year 1948 by  D.A.V. College Managing Committee. It is named as Hansraj College in respect  of well known Indian educator and nationalist Mahatma Hansraj. This institution added various streams like arts, science and commerce. The college has been ranked as top among 700 institution in India. Hansraj College ensure the development by Curriculum and other extra curriculum activities.

9. Fergusson College

Fergusson College

Fergusson College situated at Pune and the  Deccan Education Society is the parent body of this institution. It was inaugurated by William Wordsworth, the great English poet in 1885. This college built up in conventional style. Fergusson College was granted recognition of Pune University.  Arts and Science are the main dealing subjects. All science departments have separate building and well equipped laboratories. The science laboratories are ICT supported. Fergusson College located at city heart of Pune in 65 acres. It has botanical garden with 430 plant varieties.

10. Hindu College

Hindu College

 Hindu College established in the year 1899 and it was under the Delhi University. It offer students graduate from its undergraduate and postgraduate programs, this college is the one of the premier academic institutions in India. Students all over the country choose this college because of its curriculum and extra curriculum activities. Today it ranked as one one the most and distinguish co-educational institutions in the country. Hindu College located at the North Campus of the University of Delhi.


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