List of colleges affiliated to the University of Calicut

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This is a listing of the undergraduate and post-graduate colleges that are affiliated with University of Calicut as of 24 July 2018. Colleges that have establishment years listed as a range (e.g. 200304) are listed with the preceding year (2003). [1]

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Kozhikode district

Arts, science, and commerce

College of Physical Education

College of Applied Sciences

Engineering, MBA, and MCA colleges

Training colleges

Law colleges

Arabic / Oriental title colleges

Malappuram district

Arts, Science, and Commerce colleges

College of Applied Sciences

These colleges are managed by Institute of Human Resources Development (IHRD):

Engineering, MBA, and MCA colleges

Training colleges

Law colleges

Arabic / Oriental title colleges

Palakkad district

Science, bca, and Commerce colleges

College of Applied Science

Engineering and MCA colleges

Training colleges

Arabic / Oriental title colleges

Law colleges

Thrissur district

Arts, Science, and Commerce colleges

College of Physical Education

College of Applied Sciences

Engineering, MBA, and MCA colleges

Law colleges

Training colleges

Hindi / Oriental title colleges

Wayanad district

Arts, science, and commerce

Training colleges

Arabic / Oriental title colleges

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Notes

  1. Although the report on St. Joseph's College, Irinjalakuda shows est. date of 1956, the school self-reports est. date of 1964 [7]

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