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Anugrah Narayan Singh College, Patna

Anugrah Narayan Singh College, Patna Details



About Anugrah Narayan Singh College, Patna

Anugrah Narayan Singh College (ANS), Barh was established in the year 1950 in the name of (Dr.) Anugrah Narayan Singh. This is one of the oldest and widely acclaimed constituents college under Magadh University since April 01.1975. Under vocationalisation of   education program of the Govt. of India, the college introduced the teaching of BCA (Bachelor of Computer Application) at degree honors stage in the year 1999.

As an institution of learning, college has a commanding presence in the university. The college while maintaining its exemplary records in university examinations has also emerged as a major contender in Inter university competitions wining large number of prizes. College while fostering a stimulating academic environment, attempts at instilling in the student values and attitudes which recognized the human imperatives of a strife free community.

Key Details:
Year of Establishment: 1950

Affiliated to: Magadh University

Approval: AICTE

University Type: PRIVATE

Faculty Staff: 100+

Student Intake: 100+

GENDER ACCEPTED : ALL

Facilities: Sports,Hostel, Medical, Cafeteria, Laboratory, Library, Auditorium

 


Anugrah Narayan College is most centrally located in Patna at a distance of about 4Kms from the railway station and from the airport. The college compound is situated on 13 acres of land in the posh locality of Patna on the main Boring-Patliputra road. There are 13 separate blocks for housing 19 post graduate and 22 under graduate departments.

FACILITIES :



They provides training and placement programmes. They maintain their own placement cell and job placement to its student efficiency.


Given to meritorious students & to SC/St/OBC students.

Facilities


Library
Laboratory
Medical
Computer labs
Auditorium
Gym
Sports
Cafeteria
Hostel

Anugrah Narayan Singh College, Patna Courses and Fee Structure

Management

Science

Humanities and Arts

Computer Applications

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