Choithram College of Professional Studies infrastructure is well-developed and maintained. Secured and disciplined ambiance. 33+ lecture halls, 6 well-equipped labs, Library facilities, free Wi-Fi service available to students, for workshops and seminars auditorium is also there for several programs. Cultural events are being organized in a large area which is also situated on the campus itself. Interactive classrooms with modern technology features and experienced faculties and an amazing infrastructure spread over 79 acres of land with green lush terrain give a peaceful environment to the students. Pollution-free and eco-friendly atmosphere. We are honored to receive the Best Bio-Diversity Park Award by the Govt. of M.P.


Uniforms are compulsory in India in both public and private schools. The boys’ uniforms are often made of a light-coloured shirt, long trousers usually blue, white or black, and those of the girls are often a shirt and a skirt. At the state level, the secondary schools are required to use a Shalwar Kameez. This is not compulsory but they do have certain specific dress code.

Many schools require students to wear shoes ties and ID Cards that make them look smart and tidy, and comb their hair down and keep it clean and short. Long hair are tied in braids. Uniform is one of the most important components of school life and is taken very seriously in India.

Some institutions also require the use of a tie, especially the schools run by Christian missionaries, and the Indian government does not prohibit the children to have religious symbols, so the Muslim girls can wear the veil (hijab) (burka) and Sikh boys a turban in addition to the uniform. However, most of the schools, whether public or private, prohibits students to have a ponytail or dyed hair.