The capital city of Andhra Pradesh that is Hyderabad exists as
one of the chief learning centres in southern India. Professional
and academic institutes are plenty here. The city developed as a
major learning centre and much of the earlier credits goes to the
Qutb Shahi rulers. During their rule Urdu and Persian developed to
its full. Some of these rulers were great patrons of arts and
literature. The scene is a bit different for twenty first century.
There has been an almost vertical growth in the number of medical
and technical institutes in the city.
There are unlimited academic options available in the city. Talking
about the same the city features two central universities, two
deemed universities and six state universities. Osmania University
established here is one of the oldest in India.
Amongst the technical institutes Jawaharlal Nehru Technological
University and International Institute of Information Technology.
Indian School of Business likewise is a very popular institute
providing post graduate courses in programs in management. The
institute was established by state agencies and private
entrepreneurs and bears collaboration with London Business School.
Some highly acknowledged research institutes of the nation are also
rooted here. These include Centre for Cellular and Molecular
Biology, National Institute of Nutrition and Indian Institute of
Chemical Technology. Colleges and schools are present in almost all
the townships and localities. Many of the institutes mentioned and
more are concentrated in the eastern regions of Hyderabad like
Ambarpet, Tarnaka and Jamia Osmania.