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Best BSc Biology colleges in India | THE BEST LIST ON THE INTERNET

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Important info before you begin!!

So, you have decided to do Biology, but before you begin we want you to know there is a vast variety of sub-domains of Biology (Zoology, Botany, Life sciences, and Biotechnology) and the kinds of courses(BSc, BS-MS, I-MSc, etc. ) available. We feel it’s extremely important that you know these before you set sail in some direction.  People even choose ‘Medicine’ because they like ‘Biology’ but rarely consider a career in ‘Biology’ as such, which one will begin with a UG degree. We will try to address this in a blog post someday.

Overview

The Top Tier Institutes we listed here are top research Institutes in India with top faculty, good funding, and infrastructure.

Top-Tier Institutions

The Institutes are segregated on the basis of their status being Public/private funded ones.

Government Institutions

BS-MS courses

These are research institutes, they offer 5 years long Integrated BS-MS courses that are more research-oriented.

BSc Courses

These offer 3-year BSc Courses, these are not as research-oriented as the earlier ones but have good faculty, and labs and are good enough places for your first degree in Biology.

  • Delhi University colleges [approx 30 Seats for each college]
    • Miranda House
    • Hindu College
    • Hansraj College
    • Kirori Mal College
    • Sri Venkateswara College
  • Presidency University [Own Entrance Exam; Seats: 116]

Private Institutions

They are newly set up universities but they are hiring some really really good faculty who have done their PhDs from top institutes abroad(MIT, Oxford, Caltech, etc.) and in India. These are very expensive but they do offer scholarships, sometimes up to 100%. All of these have UG courses with little variation in course structure, you can look up those finer details on their official websites.

Second-Tier Institutes

As said earlier in the post, the top institutes are highly competitive and so not everyone can get into those, for those who cannot, these second-tier institutes will be the preferred choice usually.

Almost all of these offer 3-year BSc Courses again for complete details you should refer to their official websites.

Third-Tier Institutes (State-wise)

For those who are in a situation where they can’t take a year drop or can’t move out for personal reasons, they can go to these colleges. In any other case, someone serious about research should try to get into better colleges. But don’t worry if you can’t get those, people from mediocre colleges too make it big if they don’t succumb to peer pressure and have the girth to persevere and make clever use of the Internet & other resources at their disposal. Here is one such example of Pravesh Sharma- From 18 backlogs in engineering to IIT Bombay’s MSc physics!!

West Bengal

Tamil Nadu

  • Central University of Tamil Nadu, Thiruvaru
  • Anna University
  • Amrita University
  • Loyola College, Chennai
  • PSGR Krishnammal College for Women, Coimbatore
  • Presidency College, Chennai
  • Madras Christian College, Chennai
  • St. Joseph’s College, Trichy
  • Stella Maris College, Chennai
  • Women’s Christian College, Chennai
  • Ethiraj College for Women, Chennai

Maharashtra

  • Fergusson College, Pune
  • Ramnarain Ruia College, Mumbai
  • St. Xaviers College, Mumbai
  • Mithibai College, Mumbai
  • Jai Hind College, Mumbai

Punjab

  • Government College for Girls, Chandigarh
  • Goswami Ganesh Dutta College, Chandigarh
  • DAV College, Chandigarh
  • MCM DAV College for Women, Chandigarh
  • Karnataka
  • M S Ramaiah College of Arts, Science, and Commerce, Bengaluru
  • St Joseph’s College, Bengaluru
  • The Oxford College of Science, Bengaluru
  • Kristu Jayanti College, Bengaluru
  • Mount Carmel College, Bengaluru

Jharkhand

  • Central University of Jharkhand, Ranchi
  • St. Xavier’s College, Ranchi
  • BIT-Mesra, Ranchi
  • Amity University, Ranchi

Telangana

  • St. Francis College for Women, Hyderabad
  • St. Anns College for Women, Hyderabad

Kashmir & Jammu

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