Chennai, the second largest among the metropolitan cities in India, stands with the literacy rate of 90.33 percent and serves as a hub of education. The city houses many educational and research institutes with national repute. College of Engineering, Guindy, Madras Institute of Technology, IIT Madras, Madras Medical College, Stanley Medical College, Loyola College, Stella Maris College, Women's Christian College, Madras Christian College, Presidency College and the list does not end here. The city graces a varied range of institutes, which offer a palette of U.G, P.G and PhD programs and more importantly a mix basket of professionals programs. Although, Chennai provides so much to the education sector, students do not need to seek job in other parts of the country. Indeed, they can...
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