Bhopāl pronunciation (help·info) (Hindi: भोपाल, Urdu: بھوپال, IPA: [bʰoːpɑːl]) is a city in central India. It is the capital of the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh and the administrative headquarters of Bhopal District and Bhopal Division. Historically, Bhopal was also the name of a Muslim princely state in central India (See Bhopal (princely state)).


Bhopal is said to have been founded by the Parmara King Bhoj (10001055), who had his capital at Dhar. The city was originally known as Bhojpal named after Bhoj and the dam ('pal') that he is said to have constructed to form the lakes surrounding Bhopal. During British Raj, Bhopal was ruled by Nawabs and Begums. See (Bhopal (princely state)).

After independence

Bhopal was one of the last princely states to sign the 'Instrument of Accession' 1947. Though India achieved Independence in August 1947, the ruler of Bhopal acceded to the Indian government only on May 1, 1949. Sindhi refugees from Pakistan were accommodated in Bairagarh, a western suburb of Bhopal. According to the States Reorganization Act in 1956, Bhopal state was integrated into the state of Madhya Pradesh, and Bhopal was declared as its capital. The population of the city rose rapidly. Bhopal disaster
Main article: Bhopal disaster
The Bhopal disaster: On December 3, 1984, a Union Carbide plant in Bhopal leaked 40 tons of toxic methyl isocyanate gas, which killed more than 3,000 people outright and injured anywhere from 150,000 to 600,000 others. Another 12,000 deaths have officially been ascribed to the disaster's effects, although campaign groups put the figure much higher. (See Bhopal disaster.)

Law and government

Bhopal is the capital city of Madhya Pradesh. Currently, the mayor of the city is Indian National Congress' Sunil Sood


Bhopal, city roadways & railways
Bhopal, city roadways & railways
Bhopal is a hilly (elevation 498m) but hot area, located on the Malwa plateau, and the land rises towards the Vindhya Range to the south. The summers are hot and the winters cold. It rains moderately during the rainy season. The municipality covers 286 square kilometres. It has two very beautiful lakes, collectively known as the Bhoj Wetland. These lakes are the Upper Lake (built by King Bhoj) and the Lower Lake. The catch ment area of the Upper Lake is 361 km² while that of the Lower Lake is 9.6 km². The Upper Lak e drains into the Kolans River. The major hills in Bhopal comprise of Idgah hills and Shyamala hills in the northern region and Arera hills in the central region. It is well connected to the rest of the country by rail, air and road links.


  • Upper lake (bada talaab)
  • Lower lake (chota talaab)
The lower lake is also known as 'Chhota Talaab'. Chhota in Hindi means Small. Many people confuse that the name Chhota Talaab is because the lake smaller in comparison to the upper lake. But it is not so. The name 'Chhota' in actuall is the name of a man called 'Nawab Chhote Khan' who built this lake in late 16th century.
  • Sahapura lake
  • Demographics
The population consists of 56% Hind us and 38% Muslims, with the rest of the population including Christians, Sikhs, Jains, and, Buddhists. However, the demographics of Bhopal district are slightly different with 69% Hindus and 24% Muslims. The Old City of Bhopal is a predominantly Muslim area, but New Bhopal is a demographically cosmopolitan area. The chief languages are Hindi, Urdu and English, but there are a substantial number of Marathi speakers as well. In the princely state of Bhopal, Persian was the court language until nineteenth century. The slang of Hindi spoken in Bhopal is termed as Bhopali Bakar and is the subject of comedy in Bollywood movies.
  • Population: 1.7 million
  • Total waste generation: 600 ton/d ay
  • Waste generation per capita: 0.43 kg/person per day

Major parks

Bhopal has many public parks. Some of the major parks are: Kamla Nehru Children's Park (BHEL Park), Chinar Park (famous for its Bougainvillea varieties and animal statues), Ekant Park, Mayur Park, The Rose Garden (Gulab Udyan), Kilol Park, Nandan Kanan etc.


Bhopal is divided into two parts: the Old City and the New Bhopal (these are not the official names). The Old City (often referred to in Bhopal as just "City") is the city built and developed by the Begums of Bhopal. It consists of residential areas like Barah Mahal, Shah Jahanabad, Shim la Hill, Fateh Garh, Koh-e Fiza, Talaya, Ibrahimpura, Lakherapura, Ginori, Chowk, Peer Gate, Noor Mahal, Jahangirabad, Budhwara, Imami Gate, Karbala, and Idgah Hills. New Bhopal was developed after Bhopal became the capital of Madhya Pradesh. It has modern residential localities like 1250 Quarters, Malviya Nagar, Shivaji Nagar, Tatya Tope Nagar (T.T. Nagar), Arera Colony (which is the second largest colony in Asia, coming only next to Kankarbagh Colony, Bihar[citation needed]), Shahpura, Ayodhya Nagar, Ka sturba Nagar, Gautam Nagar, Subhash Nagar, Saket Nagar, Shakti Nagar, Barkheda, Piplani, Sonagiri and the commercial township called Maharana Pratap Nagar (commonly known as M.P.Nagar).

Major industries and products

The major industries in the city are electrical goods, cotton, chemicals (see Bhopal Disaster) and Jewellery. Old Bhopal( also known as the "CITY")is also known for its very famous zardosi work, which is a kind of embroidery done on bridal dresses, sherwani's, and purses. Another famous handicraft of Bhopal is 'Batua', a small string purse, usually used with Indian traditional dresses.Easily available either in city, or in Government owned Handicraft showrooms(eg.Mrignaynee in TT Nagar, New Market), at reasonable prices. BHEL (Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited), the largest engineering and manufacturing enterprise in India, has a unit in Bhopal. Number of other reputed companies like VA TECH HYDRO, Eicher, P&G and HEG have their manufacturing units in industrial area near Bhopal.

Sites of interest

Taj-ul-Masaajid It is one of the largest mosques in Asia, built by Shahjehan Begum around a courtyard with a large tank in the centre and with an imposing double storeyed gate-way with 4 recessed archways and 9 imposing cusped multifoiled openings in the main prayer hall. (The name is Masaajid and not masjid because 'masaajid' is plural of mosques and it literally means Crown Among Mosques) The Quibla wall in the prayer hall is carved with 11 recessed arches, while the mimber is made of black basalt. The structure is enlivened by the limpid expanse of water in the tank outside the northern wall. The monumentality of this structure was much greater originally when it faced the towering bastions of the Fatehgarh Fort. A thr ee-day Ijtima congregation was held here annually draws people from all over the world b ut ha s recently been shifted outside the City. Bhopal has over 400 mosques. Interestingly, Taj-ul-Masaajid, perhaps the biggest mosque in India, faces the smallest mosque in the country that lies just on the other side of the road in the same area. The Dhai Seedhi Masjid (2-1/2 stairs mosque) was built in early 18th century when a rampart was converted into mosque. Dhai Seedi ki Masjid While Taj-ul-Masaajid boasts of being the largest mosque in Asia (spread areawise), this mosque Dhai-seedi-ki-masjid is known as Asia's smallest. It literally means "a mosque with two and a half steps". This is right across the road from Taj-ul-Masaajid and currently located within the campus of Gandhi Medical College, which is built on top of an old fort, and the mosque is in one of the watchtowers.

It is also supposed to be the oldest mosque initially bu
ilt as a makeshift mosque during the construction of the fort. Kheoni Sanctuary Est. 1955 a beautiful wild life sanctuary just 125 k.m from Bhopal and 45 k.m from Astha, Bhopal-Indore road. For tour this sanctuary contact, R.K.Saxena, Supdt. Kheoni Sanctuary, Kannod. Phone- 07273-222542. Islam Nagar It ha s the ruins of the old city built by Dost Mohd. Khan. Purana Kila Situated in the Kamala Nehru Park, it is a part of the 300-year old fort of Queen Kamalapati. Jama Masjid A mosque built by Qudsia Begum in 1837. Gold spikes crown the minarets of this beautiful mosque. Moti Masjid A mosque based on the Jama Masjid of Delhi built by Sikander Begum in 1860. Shaukat Mahal A strange mixture of Indo-Islamic and European styles of architecture. It was designed by a Fr enchman, said to be a descendant of an offshoot of the Bourbon Kings of France. Post Renaissance and Gothic styles are combined to charming effect here. Gohar Mahal It is situated behind Shaukat Mahal on the banks of the Upper Lake was built by Qudsia Begum. It is magnificent expression of th e fusion of Hindu and Mughal architecture. Sadar Manzil It was built as a hall to be used by the Begums for public audience. Now it is used as the head-office of the Bhopal Municipal Corporation. Bharat Bhavan It is the main cultural center of the city and of the most important cultural centers of India. It was designed by the famous architect Charles Correa. It has an art gallery that exhibits works of famous painters and sculptors. It has an open-air amphitheatre facing the Upper Lake and two other theatres and a tribal museum. The night-view from the amphitheatre set on the backdrop of the old city and the lake is magnificent. Van Vihar National Park It is a national park situated beside the Upper Lake. It has a museum too. Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya It me ans The Museum of Man. It is spread over 200 acres (0.8 km²) of undulating land on the Shamla Hills on the Upper Lake front. The museum is spread on a hilltop and showcases the various hutments that tribals of across India use for shelter. Each hutment is a showcase of the culture of the region to which it belongs. Utensils, domestic articles, weapons and sometimes clothing specific to that region in displayed in the hutment to give a snapshot of the lifest yle. It's an endeavour to preserve the rural housing architecture with its own specific style an d nuance so that it may not get lost as the use of cement and concrete penetrate rural India. Government Archaeological Museum Lakshmi Narayan Temple (or Birla Mandir It is a temple devoted to Lord Vishnu and his consort Laxmi. It is situated to the south of the Lower Lake. Birla Museum Bhimbetka It has pre-historic rock art and is a World Heritage Site. Sanchi Situated at a small distance from the city of Bhopal, Sanchi houses some ancient Buddhist structures built by Emperor Ashoka. Bhojpur A small village situated some 40 km from Bhopal with a huge rock temple of lord Shiva, (the shivling in the temple is biggest in asia) and having betwa river flowing down the valley. The temple has now come under the management of archeologi cal survey of India. Mahavi r Giri A famous Jain temple built situated on a scenic hi ll earlier known as Manua Bhan ki tekri and now known as Mahavir Giri. The temple has idols of Lord Mahavir, Lord Rishabh and Gautam Swami.

Night beauty of Roshanpura chouraha (New Market)

ISRO Bhopal


Hospital Name Phone Number
Ayurvedic & Unani Hospital 2543139
Ayurvedic Hospital 2552522
Hamidia Hospital 2540222
Jawahar Lal Nehru Cancer Hospital 2546720
Bhopal Memorial Hospital & Research Centre 2742212
J P Hospital 2557142
Kasturba Hospital 2506222
Katju Hospital 2774251
Sultania Lady Hospital 2540849
T B Hospital 2542749

Hospital Name Address Phone Number
Aashirwad Nursing Home 48, MLA Qtrs Jawahar Chowk, T T Nagar, Bhopal-3. 2556636
Ajwani Eye Hospital 115, Berasia Road, Sindhi Colony, Bhopal-1 2532200
Akshaya Heart Hospital E-5/12, Commercial Complex, Near Habibganj Police Station, Bhopal 2564247
Ankur Nursing Maternity Home 105, Prince Colony, Near Civil Court Shahjehanabad, Bhopal-1 2531091
Astha Hospital Ortho Trauma Center 77, Motia Talab, Tajul Masjid, Bhopal-1 2547722
Batra Hospital 17 Zone-1, M P Nagar, Near Jyoti Cinema, Bhopal-11 2554461
Chawla Children Nursing Home E-4/223 Arera Colony, Behind 10 No Market, Bhopal-16 2565923
Chirayu Health Medi Care Pvt Ltd Chirayu Parisar 6 Malipura, Sadar Manzil, Bhopal-1 2531122
Cure Care Maternity Nursing home 4, Professors Colony, Behind Vidhya Vihar Post Office, Bhopal-2 2544882
Dewani Clinic B-37, New Categorised Market Berasia Road, Bhopal-1 2537444
Dr J Shafi Memorial Eves Nursing Home E-3/58, Arera Colony, Bhopal-16 2565101
Faith & Hope Maternity & Nursing Home 40, Malviya Nagar, New Market, Bhopal-3 2551897
Ghooi’s Hospital Karbala Road, Bhopal-1. 2540735
Jayashree Hospital 22, Ret Ghat, Near Kamla Park, Bhopal-1. 2542582
Kalpataru Hospital Jehangira Bad, Bhopal-8. 2574158
Kid-Kare Childern & Nursing Home Pari Park, Bab-E-Ali, Bhopal-1 2547674
Lifeline Hospital A-506, Shahpura, Bhopal-16 2561358
Marie Stopes Abortion Clinic Shah Building Punjab Boot House, Above Bata Showroom, 30, Hamidia Road, Bhopal-1 2536748
Medi Center Zone-2, 133 M P Nagar, Bhopal-11 2579522
Ritu Memorial Hospital Sarvadharm Colony,Kolar Road. -
New Bhopal Hospital and Maternity Home 172, Zone-2, M.P.Nagar, Bhopal-11 2555333
Pathak Nursing Home Jeevan Jyoti 85/2, M P Nagar, Bhopal-11 2579538
Prabha Maternity & Nursing Home 54, M P Nagar, Bhopal-11 2553016
Professor Gulati’s Bimal 29, Idgah Hills, Bhopal-1 2541486
R.A.Stone Clinic M-14, MLA Qtrs, Near Rang Mahal Talkies, Bhopal-3 2763494
R K Hospital & Research Center 226-C, Indrapuri, Bhopal-22 2580754
Sharad Maternity & Nursing Home 101, Berasia Road, Bhopal-1 2537227
Meenakshi Verma Nursing Home E-5,Arera Colony,Behind Baghira Appts.,Bhopal -
Sharda Hospital & Diagnostic Center 189-A, Aradhana Nagar, Bhopal-3 2574378
Sushma Maternity & Nursing Home E-7/103, Lala Lajpat Rai Society, Arera Colony, Bhopal-16 2565194
Suyash Hospital Jehangirabad, Chauraha, Bhopal-8 2562371
Vardan Hospital Lily Talkies Square, Jehangirabad, Bhopal-8 2574751
Vijaya Maternity Nursing Home HIG-14, Gautam Nagar, Bhopal-23 2764258
People's Hi Tech Hospital Malviya Nagar Opp Rajbhavan Bhopal 4005052,4221092
People's General Hospital Berasia Road Kazi Camp Bhopal 4005051

People's Hospital People's Campus Bhanpur Bhopal 4005200,4005201


Victoria College Of Education
72/10 Madhuban Farm House Rajharsh Colony, Nayapura, Kolar Road, Bhopal- 462042
Phone: 0755-2560157

Vidhya Niketan College Of Physical Education
E 7/308, Arera Colony, Bhopal- 462016
Phone: 0755-4284985

Vivekananda Vidyapeeth
Sector C, Piplani, Bhel, Bhopal- 462021
Phone: 0755 -4260449

Shri Sathya Sai Arts & Commerce College
Kasturba Nagar, Bhel, Bhopal- 462021
Phone: 0755-2586308, 2581119

Shri Ravishankar College Of Pharmacy
Bypass Road, Near Bhopal Memorial Hospital Bhanpura Square, Bhopal- 462011
Phone: 0755-2737171, 2737172

Sect College Of Professional Education
Scope Complex, National Highway 12, Near Misrod, Hoshangabad Road, Bhopal- 462011
Phone: 0755-2499457

Sardar Ajeet Singh Memorial Girls College
1 Ashoka Garden, Raisen Road, Raisen, Bhopal- 462023
Phone: 0755-4226300, 2581706, 4061100

Sam College Of Engineering & Technology
Raisen Road, Adampur Chawni, Raisen, Bhopal- 462023
Phone: 0755-2852700, 2852720

Saifia Arts Commerce & Law College
7/4, Palace Road, Ahamadabad Palace, Ahmedabad Palace Road, Bhopal- 462001
Phone: 0755-2531684, 2542079, 2545590

S Ajeet Singh Memorial Girls College
1 Ashoka Garden, Raisen Road, Raisen, Bhopal- 462023
Phone: 0755-2581706, 2581900

Royal Crescent Group Of Colleges
231 3rd Flr Chinar Bldg, Zone II Above Arya Bhawan Bhd Sargam Cinema, M P Nagar, Bhopal- 462011
Phone: 0755-2405853
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Rkdf College Of Pharmacy
202 Ganga Jamuna Cplx, Zone 1, M P Nagar, Bhopal- 462011
Phone: 0755-4273723, 4270996, 4280990

Rai Foundation Colleges
Plot 56/1, Bhadbhada Road, Near Depot Chauraha, Shamala Hills, Bhopal- 462013
Phone: 0755-2773099
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Punjab Technical University
Plot 7 Kwality Business Centre 2nd Floor, Zone 2, M P Nagar, Bhopal- 462011
Phone: 0755-4285195, 4285196

Pragyan College Of Nursing
1st Floor Akansha Bldg, Opp Nav Bharat Press, M P Nagar, Bhopal- 462011
Phone: 0755-4273737

Marjorie Milner College
Gurunanak Bhavan Z 9, Vijay Stambh Zone 1, M P Nagar, Bhopal- 462011
Phone: 0755-4266785, 4208061
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Madan Maharaj College
Opp Subhash Nagar Railway Crosing, Hoshangabad Road, Bhopal- 462011
Phone: 0755-2762668, 2711250

M L B Girls Degree College
79, Zone 2, M P Nagar, Bhopal- 462011
Phone: 0755-2574490

Lakshmi Narain College Of Technology- Kalchuri Ngr
Raisen RoadKelwa Opp Habibganj Rly Stn Kalchuri Nagar, Raisen, Bhopal- 462016
Phone: 0755-3092577, 2852792, 2852641, 2852642
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Kopal College- Bhadbhada Bridge
Barkhedi Kalan, Neelbad Road, Near Bhadbhada Bridge, Bhadbhada Road, Bhopal- 462003
Phone: 0755-2696707, 2696767

Jyotiba Phoole College Of Education
C/19/20 Heros School Campus, Raisen RoadBhel, Indrapuri, Bhopal- 462023
Phone: 0755-4232585, 4202650, 2775365
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Johri Professional College
C/61, Indrapuri, Bhel, Bhopal- 462021
Phone: 0755 -2758620, 6456481

Jawaharlal Nehru P G College
56/C Civillines, Shymala Hills, Bhopal- 462013
Phone: 0755-2660940, 2660949, 2661064

Jai Narain College Of Technology & Science
31 Shamla Hills, New Chouksey Nagar Lambakheda, Berasia Road, Bhopal- 462001
Phone: 0755-2660930, 2854703, 2854705, 2854640, 2854701, 2854702
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Jai Hind Defence College
By Pass Road, Ayodhya Nagar, Bhopal- 462041
Phone: 0755-4243042

Jai Hind College
Near Jahangirabad Bus Stop, Jahangirabad, Bhopal- 462008
Phone: 0755-2764601

Icfai National College
E-6/61 76, Near 11 No Bus Stop Sai Board Square, Arera Colony, Bhopal- 462016
Phone: 0755-4278300, 4537388
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Hahnemann Homoeopathic Medical College
New Bypass Road, Near New Jail, Karond, Bhopal- 462038
Phone: 0755-2742170, 2730283

Gurukul College Of Education
11/12 Mandakini Housing Society, Kolar Road, Bhopal- 462042
Phone: 0755-3098513

Govt Benazir Science & Commerce College
Near Gopal Ghar Benazir Ground, Bhopal
Phone: 0755-2542834

Government Ramanand Sanskrit College
Lalghati, Bhopal- 462032
Phone: 0755-2748850

Government Homeopathic Medical College
240, Zone 2, M P Nagar, Bhopal- 462011
Phone: 0755-2713922

Government Gitanjali Pg Girls College
Berasia Road Near Pgbt College, Berasia Road, Bhopal- 462001
Phone: 0755-27333166, 2735266
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Government Girls P G College
Sarojini Naidu Govt Girls P G College, Bhopal
Phone: 0755-4281236

Government Girls Nutan College
E1/180, Arera Colony, Bhopal- 462016
Phone: 0755-2469466

Government Girls College- Shivaji Nagar
Shivaji Nagar, Bhopal- 462016
Phone: 0755-2552560

Government Girls College
Department Of MCA, Berasia Road, Bhopal- 462001
Phone: 0755-2733266

Government Engineering College- Shahpura
B 145 Bda Colony, Shahpura Arora Colony, Bhopal- 462016
Phone: 0755-2426751

Government Engineering College Gandhi Nagar
Bye Pass Road, Gandhinagar, Bhopal- 462036
Phone: 0755 -2713004

Government Arts College
Zone 1, M P Nagar, Bhopal- 462011
Phone: 0755-2555326
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Geetanjali Girls College
Pgbt Campus Pgbt College, Bhopal- 462001
Phone: 0755-2735266

Gandhi National College
D1, Danish Nagar Near Barkatullah University, Hoshangabad Road, Bhopal- 462011
Phone: 0755-2417026, 2418063
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Gandhi Medical College- Royal Market
Royal Market, Bhopal- 462001
Phone: 0755-2540590

Gandhi Medical College
Sultania Road, Bhopal- 462001
Phone: 0755-2540589, 2540042, 2540407

G H Raisoni National College
Jinkushal Complex, Mathpurena, Bhopal
Phone: 0755-3091952

Dickie Memorial College
D 46 Sainath Nagar, Kolar Road, Kolar Road, Bhopal- 462042
Phone: 0755-2794044

College Of Engineering
Barkatullah University, Bhopal- 462011
Phone: 0755-2788101, 2788102, 2788103, 2782471

College Of Education Pgbt College
Pgbt College, Berasia Road, Bhopal- 462001
Phone: 0755-2735228

Co Ordinator Centre BPL Engineering College
1 Gandhi Nagar, Gandhinagar, Bhopal- 462036
Phone: 0755-2742004

City College Of Education
252 Ashoka Garden, Raisen RoadNear Silver Inn Hotel, Raisen, Bhopal- 462023
Phone: 0755-4000662, 4000660

Christ College
St Pauls Campus, Anand Nagar, Raisen, Bhopal- 462023
Phone: 0755-2681090, 2750538

Chitransh A D P G College
E 7/2, Chitragupt Nagar Near Bus Stop No 11, Arera Colony, Bhopal- 462016
Phone: 0755-4293482, 4294482
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Central Bank Officers Training College
51, Bhd Government Press Arera Hill, Hoshangabad Road, Bhopal- 462011
Phone: 0755-2553794

Cambridge Girls College
Idgah Hill, Idgah Hills, Bhopal- 462001
Phone: 0755-2542221

Bhopal College Physical Education
Deepdi, Bhojpur Road, Bhopal- 462026
Phone: Mobile: 9827011951, 9425377083, 9425179602

Bhoj College
B/1, Akash Nagar Kotara, Sultanbad, Bhopal- 462003
Phone: 0755-2770801, 2773984

Bansal College Of Pharmacy
107 Deendayal Parisar, Anand Nagar Near 7 No Bus Stop Hathai Kheda Kokta, Peergate, Bhopal- 462001
Phone: 0755-2685833, 2423736

Association Of Private Dental & Medical College Mp
D MAT House E-2/51, Opp Habibganj Railway Station, Arera Colony, Bhopal- 462016
Phone: 0755-3201141, 3256198, 2460047
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All Saints College Of Science & Commerce
Airport Road Nh/12, Idgah Hills, Bhopal- 462001
Phone: 0755-2645644, 2645644, 2643746, 4256190
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All Centers Education College
Gandhinagar, Bhopal- 462036
Phone: 0755-2646853
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Bonnie Foi College

Opp. Bijili Colony, Govindpura And By Pass Road, Narela, Sankari, Bhopal- 462023
Phone: 0755-2587877, 2284884, 2284111

Dr B R Ambedkar Institute Of Studies And Engineering
158, Maharana Pratap Nagar, Zone-II, Bhopal- 462011
Phone: 0755-2576692

Lakshmi Narain College of Technology
14 KM. Mark, Kalchuri Nagar, Raisen Road, Bhopal- 462023
Phone: 0755-2284141, 2284142, 2284143, 2284144

Barkautullah University
Hoshangabad Road, Bhopal- 462011
Phone: 0755-2581227

Career College
Govindpural, Bhel, Bhopal- 462023
Phone: 0755-2586042

Dr. Rajendra Prasad College of Technology
47, Shamala Hills, Near Lake View Road, Bhopal- 462013
Phone: 0755-2284281

Government Engineering College
Plot No 9-10 M P Nagar Bhopal- 462011
Phone: 0755-2553875

Govt. S.V. Polytechnic
Polytechnic Square , Bhopal- 462013
Phone: 0755-2540402

Govt. Women's Polytechnic
6 No. Stop, Shivaji Nagar, Bhopal- 462016
Phone: 0755-2552784

Institute of Hotel Management
Near Post Office, Ravi Shankar Nagar, Bhopal- 462016
Phone: 0755-2564397

Mahatma Gandhi College
Bhopal Naka, Sehore, Bhopal- 466001
Phone: 0755-2581572

Maulana Azad College of Technology
Mact Campus, Bhopal- 462007
Phone: 0755-2557800, 2557316, 2557317, 2557327, 2557328


Moti Lal Vighyan Mahavidhyalaya
Near Governor House, Bhopal
Phone: 0755-2551460

Rajeev Gandhi College
E-8, Trilanga Colony, Shahpura, Bhopal- 462016
Phone: 0755-2593118

Rak College
Sehore, Rak Campus, Bhopal- 466001
Phone: 0755-257154

Ram Manohar Lohiya College
62, MLA Qtrs, Jawahar Chowk, Bhopal- 462003
Phone: 0755-2230131

Saifia College Arts
Commerce and Law, Ahmedabad Palace, Koh-E-Fiza, Bhopal- 462001
Phone: 0755-2542079

Sarojini Naidu Govt. Girls P.G. (Autonomous) College
Shivaji Nagar, 6 No. Bus Stop, Bhopal- 462016
Phone: 0755-2552560

Scope College (AISECT)
E2, Shankar Nagar, Arera Colony, Bhopal- 462016
Phone: 0755-2567333

Soft-Line Computer College
Z-30, Civil Line, Near Polytechnic College, Shamill Hills, Bhopal- 462013
Phone: 0755-2558323

Eminent personalities associated with Bhopal

  • Shankar Dayal Sharma, former President of India and former Professor at the Harvard Law School.
  • Jaya Bhaduri (Bachchan), famous actress and wife of actor Amitabh Bachchan
  • Javed Akhtar, Bollywood song writer and poet; also part of Salim-Javed scriptwrite of the Sholay fame
  • J Swaminathan, eminent artist; closely associated with the founding of Bharat Bhavan.
  • M.N. Buch: Retired IAS Officer settled in Bhopal. Well known for his forthright views of many issues.
  • Aslam Sher Khan: Member of the World Cup winning Indian Hockey team in 1975 (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia). Also became a Member of Parliament.
  • Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi (aka Tiger Pataudi), India's youngest captain in Test Cricket. His association with Bhopal is through his mother's family.
  • Shaharyar Khan: Former Pakistani Foreign Secretary. Belongs to the Bhopal Royal family. Is presently the President of Pakistan's Cricket Control Board.
  • Abdul Qadeer Khan: Migrated to Pakistan after his schooling. Father of the Pakistani Atom Bomb. Has bought himself negative attention by selling nuclear secrets to many countries.
  • Raza Murad, Bollywood actor.
  • Miss Iris C. Auer (Member of British Empire) 1904-1998 Dedicated her life for the growth of education in Bhopal.