Seat of Learning

Jamshedpur can proudly boast of a literacy level comparable with the highest in the country. The Steel City has as many as 183 schools and 13 colleges. Of these, 25 schools and one inter-college are managed by JUSCO Education Department, they cater to over thirty thousand children. The Company also endows various scholarships that enable talented students to pursue higher studies.



The prestigious Institute for Business Management and Labor Studies conducts two-year post-graduate courses in Business Management and PM&IR. It also has a three-year post-graduate Evening Programme in Business Management, tailor-made for professionals working in Jamshedpur.


National Institute of Technology


The NIT offers graduate and post-graduate degree courses in engineering. Noted for metallurgy and civil engineering, it also conducts part-time courses for those employed in local industries.


Shavak Nanavati Technical Institute


The over 75-year old institute, though initially set up to cater to the requirements of Tata Steel, is now open to professionals from other industries.


National Metallurgical Laboratory


Set up in 1946, the National Metallurgical Laboratory (NML) marked the beginning of metallurgical research in India. Since its inception, NML has been making significant contributions to the development of the metallurgical industry (ferrous, non-ferrous and alloys, and materials and engineering components) in the country. NML aims at excellence in research on properties of materials and the application of its results for the benefit of industry and society.


R D Tata Technical Education Centre


The centre aims to improve the quality of technical education and to cater to the requirements of industries in the region.


MGM Medical College & Hospital


Undergraduate MBBS and post-graduate diploma and degree courses in selected subjects are conducted here. The college is also associated with the Tata Main Hospital.


Jamshedpur Co-operative College


Jamshedpur Co-operative College is a symbol of the painstaking efforts of Late M. D. Madan. The college was founded at a time when Jamshedpur had already become a hub of industrial network with a large population of workers and professionals but with no college where the children of the society could get the benefit of higher education.


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