List of Universities and Colleges in Bikaner

List Of Universities And Colleges In Bikaner

The notable Universities and colleges in Bikaner city in Rajasthan state in India:

  • University of Bikaner
  • Rajasthan Agriculture University
  • Engineering College, Bikaner (ECB)
  • College of Engineering & Technology, Bikaner
  • Sardar Patel Medical College, Bikaner
  • Creative Education, 0151-2206979
  • Veterinary College, Bikaner
  • Marudhar
  • Keen College
  • Dungar College
  • Maharani Sudarshan College (M.S. College)
  • B.J.S. Rampuria Jain College
  • Shri Jain P.G. College
  • Shri Nehru Sharda Peeth
  • Binani Girls College
  • Shri Jain Girls College
  • Institute of Management Studies
  • After School Centre for Social Entrepreneurship
  • Government Polytechnic College Bikaner
  • M.N Institute of Applied Sciences
  • Manda Institute of Technology
  • Basic PG College

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