Botad is a city and district headquarters of Botad district, Gujarat, India. It is about 92 km from Bhavnagar and 133 km From Ahmedabad by road distance. Despite the fact that Botad's economy depended on agribusiness, ventures, for example, precious stone cutting and preparing, land, cotton handling and pressing and medicinal services are more current divisions. The main exchange is in cotton, molasses, Radhanpuri ghee or cleared up margarine and items from Ahmedabad and Jamnagar which incorporate silk, either plain or weaved, and generally utilized for female attire.
The state funded educational system in the city is worked by state government. The dialect of study is Gujarati in every single state funded school and most tuition based schools. A couple of primary schools give guideline in English. Botad High School was the main secondary school worked after Indian autonomy. The city has ious schools. Kavi Shri Damodardas Botadkar College was established amid the mid-1960s. The Women's College started in 1995. The two schools offer courses in dialects, financial matters, bookkeeping, business organization and trade.
The Shree Santram Education Trust incorporates Shree K. Rajyaguruji Prathmik Shala and Madhyamik Shala optional school. The Shree Samanvay Trust offers MBA and B.Pharm degrees. The Takshashila Educational and Charitable Trust offers B.Ed degrees. Shri JM Sabva Institute of Engineering and Technology JMSIET gives specialized training. It was established in 2011 and overseen Shri Aradhana Educational and Charitable Trust.