Rajasthan Careers Guide 2017

Arts, Science & Commerce Colleges in Rajasthan

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General degrees in the field of Arts, Science and Commerce are also in great demand these days due to the various job opportunities. Arts is a very vast fields of education with many different Courses and subjects like English, Economics, Political Science, Geography,education, Philosophy, History,Sociology, Pshycology, Astrology and many more. Many of the of sujects of Arts are very essential for competitive exams like UPSC, PCS, SSC, CDS etc. There are many government as well as Private Colleges in different cities of Rajasthan , Affiliated to Different Universities for providing Higher Education in this Discipline.

Commerce is the whole system of an economy that constitutes an environment for business. Due to emerging bussiness plans in the nation day by day large number of students are attracted towards commerce as a profession. Different interesting subjects like Accountancy, Banking, Book Keeping are the major subjects in Commerce. Quality Education in this field is very important as the whole economy of the country is dependent upon the trade and Commerce of any nation. Rajasthan has also left no stone unturned to provide best eduction in the state by establishing many Government as well as private Institutes to the serve the purpose.

Science is always the attracting field of education for students and Rajasthan is well equipped to provide quality education in this discipline. The state has many reputed universities, which give affiliation to the different colleges providing higher education in Science.

List Of Arts, Science & Commerce Colleges in Rajasthan

Agarwal P.G.College, Jaipur
Rajasthan Mahila Teachers Training College, Udaipur
The International College for Girls, Jaipur
Lal Bahadur Shastri PG College, Jaipur
J.D.B Govt. Girls P.G. College, kota
S.S Jain Subodh P.G College, Jaipur
Career College
Career College is a self-financed P.G college located at Churu district of Rajasthan. Career College has a well trained and experienced staff. College try best to providing a positive environment... read more »
Churu Balika Mahavidyalaya
Churu Balika Mahavidyalaya is a self-financed UG and PG college located at Churu district of Rajasthan. The College is managed under Late Mohar Singh Rathore, Convenor of the College. A non-profit... read more »
DAV Girls College, Goluwala
D A V Girls College, Goluwala is also known for its strict disciplined work culture and rich dose of co-curricular activities. A high level of all round development of overall... read more »
Guru Nanak Girl’s P.G. College
Guru Nanak Girls’ P.G. College is a self-financed college established in 1997 and is owned & managed by Guru Nanak Public School Sabha, affiliated to Mohan Lal Sukhadiya University, Udaipur.... read more »
Lal Bahadur Shastri PG College
LBS PG College, Jaipur was established by the society of the college, Bharat Sewak Shiksha Samiti (BSSS) which has a long history. In 1963 BSSS started the institution, Lal Bahadur... read more »
Maharani Girls Engineering College
Maharani Girls Engineering College (MGEC) is located at Mahindra World City (SEZ) on NH-8 in Jaipur (Rajasthan).MGEC was established in the year 2009. The institute is affiliated to Rajasthan Technical... read more »
Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati University
The Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati University, Ajmer is a comparatively young University of the country which came into existence on 1st August, 1987. There are 24 teaching departments: history, political science... read more »
Mahatma Jyotiba Fule Vidyapeeth
The MJF Vidyapeeth is a private organisation(Samiti) and was founded in the year 1994 under Societies Registration Act 1958. The Main objective of the samiti is to promote quality education... read more »
Rajasthan Mahila Teachers’ Training College
Rajasthan Mahila Teachers' Training College, Udaipur was established in 1985.At the time of commencement of the college the intake capacity of Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) was of 60 students only... read more »