India is the country which having large number of Science Colleges. There are approximately 8000 colleges in India and they are located in every city in all states. To give you the Best Science College is not a typical job, Collegedunia website provides all the science colleges present in the country by displaying colleges in the city wise. Among this, huge number of colleges, the top 10 and best Science Colleges are listed below.
1. St. Stephens College – Delhi
St,Stephen’s College is a Christian Constituent College and located in Delhi. This college was established in the year 1881. This college admits both undergraduates and postgraduates. By the members of the Cambridge Mission to Delhi, this college was founded on 1st February, 1881. This college has six residential blocks under the names Mukarji, Allnutt and Rudra ( North and South) and also provides scholarships and prizes to the students every year.
2. Loyola College – Chennai
Loyola College Chennai is also one the oldest science college in India. It was founded in 1925 and it is a complete autonomous institution. It is under the University of Madras. This college is one of the prestigious institutions offering degree programs in commerce, arts, social sciences and natural sciences. It admits undergraduates and postgraduates in liberal arts, commerce and sciences. It has been ranked into the top 5 colleges in India.
3. Miranda House College- Delhi
Miranda House College, founded in 1948 in Delhi under the affiliation of Delhi University. It is the one of the best colleges for Women. This college offers degrees in liberal arts and sciences. Miranda House contains 326 staff, 238 faculty, and more than 3000 students. It has placed 3rd among science colleges, 5th among arts colleges and 2nd in Delhi streams in 2013.
4. Christ University – Bangalore
Christ University is located in Bangalore, Karnataka. It was founded in 1969. It is managed by priests of Carmelites of Mary Immaculate, which is the first indigenous Syrian Catholic Religion in India. This university offers a wide range of undergraduates and postgraduate courses of national and international courses. It has more than 12000 students.
5. St. Xaviers College – Mumbai
The St. Xaviers College is the oldest college in the country, which was founded in the year 1869 by German Jesuits. It has been rated 5+ star rating in the re-accreditation by the national assessment accreditation council in 2007. It offers all programs for undergraduates, postgraduates and doctoral students.
6. Fergusson College – Pune
Fergusson College is also one of the oldest degree colleges in India. It was established in the year 1884. The campus area is about 65 acres. It has more than 600 students, 246 academic staff, 130 administrative staff, 2400 junior wing students and 4550 senior wing students. The senior wing offers Bachelor Degrees and Master Degrees.
7. Hans Raj College – Delhi
Hans Raj College is founded in 1948 with the motto of Mahatma Gandhi in Delhi. It was founded by the DAV College Of Managing Committee. It offers degrees in liberal arts, commerce and science. There are more than 3700 students in this college and ranked among the top 10 colleges in India in 2010 and 2012.
8. Madras Christian College – Chennai
Madras Christian College (MCC) is the oldest degree college in India and also one of the oldest in Asia’s extant colleges. It offers degrees in liberal arts and sciences. MCC is affiliated to Madras University and has the largest campus area of 365 acres. It has more than 6500 students and 240 full time academic staff. MCC ranked in the top 10 best science colleges in India.
The other best colleges for science and arts are Ramjas College – Delhi and Hindu College – Delhi, Sri Venkateshwara College – Andhra Pradesh, St. Xaviers College – Ahmedabad, Stella Maris College – Chennai, Gagri College, Mount Carmel College, Elphinstone College, Presidency College, Mithibai College and much more.