Top Fifteen Arts Colleges in India 2022-2023
BA or Bachelor of Arts is one of the oldest degrees in India. Previously BA used to be the top and leading degree, due to the advent of engineering, medical and other undergraduate degrees BA became confined to only a few students who want to learn historical and other art-related fields and want to do a search on particular art to take up the degree.
Still, some of the oldest colleges are providing the BA and some of the Best Branches in BA are
- Bachelor of Arts (Applied Economics)
- BA in Liberal Arts.
- Bachelor of Arts (Hons)
- BA (Journalism & Mass Communication)
- Bachelor of Arts in Applied Economics
Which is the best college for the arts?
Is BA a good degree?
A Bachelor of Arts degree is all about academic knowledge on particular subjects and it is the perfect option for students who intend to do a Master’s or PhD degree in the same field – especially if they are interested in seeking a career in education or research
What are the best jobs for art students?
- Fashion Designer.
- Corporate Lawyer.
- Graphic Designer
- Management Roles
- Insurance Manager
- Digital Marketing
Is a BA or BSc better?
Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of arts are entirely different from each other, one is related to science and the other is a period and historical and theoretical branch and people who want to learn country economics and mass media, journalism and other art-related fields will show interest in BA. Below is the list of Top fifteen Arts colleges In India and check out the details regarding each college like accreditations, fee, eligibility and other college details
- Established in 1956 in New Delhi by the late Sir Shri Ram in memory of his wife, the college had its modest beginnings in a school building in Daryaganj, Central Delhi, with 243 students, 9 faculty, 4 support staff and 3 distinct courses of study. The aim of the institution was to provide access to higher education of quality to women. LSR is a testimony to the farsighted
- vision of its founder and his indefatigable enthusiasm to actualize his dream
- Today, the college is located in a beautiful 15 acre campus in South Delhi, has approximately 2000 students, over 150 faculty, administrative and support staff and 16 courses of study. The College became a byword for academic and extracurricular achievement, under the inspiring Chairmanship of industrialist and philanthropist, late Dr. Bharat Ram. An enlightened and supportive Board of Governors, drawn from the fields of industry, law, journalism, academics and the bureaucracy, assists the Chairman in the running of the college.
- After the sad demise of Dr. Bharat Ram in July 2007, his successor Dr. Arun Bharat Ram has become the Chairman of the Board of Governors. The vision of creating a center of academic and extracurricular achievement for women, of providing a context that emancipates the intellect and the spirit, of zealously guarding a space that develops critical thinking and rescues the imagination, has been actualized. The journey well begun, has infinite potential to evolve further setting newer standards of excellence
LSR Establishment: 1956
LSR Accreditations: UGC
LSR Affiliated To: DU, NEW DELHI
LSR Eligibility & Admission: Intermediate With 45%
LSR Fee Structure: Rs 16,000
LSR Location: Lajpat Nagar IV, Lajpat Nagar 4, New Delhi, Delhi 110024, India
- Loyola College, a Catholic Minority Institution, was founded by the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) in 1925, with the primary objective of providing University Education in a Christian atmosphere for deserving students irrespective of caste and creed.
- It started functioning in July 1925 with just 75 students on the rolls in three undergraduate courses of Mathematics, History and Economics.
- Loyola College, though affiliated with the University of Madras, became autonomous in July 1978. It is autonomous, in the sense that it is empowered to frame its own course of studies and adopt innovative methods of teaching and evaluation. The University degrees will be conferred on the students passing the examinations conducted by the college.
- UGC conferred the status of “College with Potential for Excellence” on Loyola College in 2004 and confirmed the same in 2010. NAAC’s re-accreditation score in 2012 (Third Cycle) is 3.70 out of 4.00 CGPA.
- UGC has elevated Loyola College to the status of “College of Excellence” for the period from April 1, 2014, till March 31, 2019.
- Today, there are 19 P.G courses and 19 U.G courses (Arts, Sciences and Commerce) and 12 special Institutes offering various programs to 12,107 students. 11 departments are offering M.Phil. programs and 12 departments offer Ph.D. programs. At present, 117 teaching staff members out of 286 hold doctoral degrees. There are 182 non-teaching staff in service.
LC Establishment: 1925
LC Accreditations: UGC
LC Affiliated To: UNIVERSITY OF MADRAS, CHENNAI
LC Eligibility & Admission: Intermediate With 45%
LC Fee Structure: Rs 14,000
LC Location: Loyola College, PB 3301, Sterling Road, Nungambakkam, Chennai – 600 034.
- St. Xavier’s College is proud to announce that it has begun as an Autonomous College under the University of Mumbai from the academic year 2010-11. Xavier applied for Academic Autonomy in October 2007. It was granted permission for this, after due process, by the University of Mumbai, in March 2009 and by the Government of Maharashtra in August 2009. Finally, after a review committee from the University Grants Commission visited the College in early April 2010, the application for Autonomy was considered by the Commission at its meeting on the 4th of May 2010.
- The UGC permission for Autonomous status was received in early June and the University of Mumbai subsequently notified the College as Autonomous for 5 years, beginning from the academic year 2010-11.
- Academic Autonomy places trust in the Faculty of St. Xavier’s College to take up the responsibility of designing its own courses, framing its own syllabi and conducting its own evaluation for its students. This is a system of academic freedom mandated by the UGC and implemented in other Universities of the country for about 30 years. St. Xavier’s is grateful for the opportunity of implementing Autonomy, as it will help the College to upgrade the quality of its education, in keeping with the capability of its competent and dedicated faculty and the excellent students it draws from all over the country.
- Academic Autonomy does not involve Financial Autonomy and the fee structure will be in accordance with that of the University of Mumbai, which will award the Degree to our students. St. Xavier’s College has prepared intensively for Autonomy over the last 3 years, working out its Credit System, Semester System and its System of Continuous Internal Evaluation, with Faculty visits to other Autonomous Colleges in Chennai and Bangalore, with Faculty Seminars and Workshops and with training in different methods of evaluation. The faculty also draws on its long experience of innovation in educational pedagogy practiced through its Honors Programme and other initiatives
XC Establishment: 1869
XC Accreditations: UGC
XC Affiliated To: MU, MUMBAI
XC Eligibility & Admission: Intermediate With 45%
XC Fee Structure: Rs 6,000
XC Location: 5, Mahapalika Marg, Dhobi Talao, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Area, Fort, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400001, India
- CHRIST (Deemed to be University) was born out of the educational vision of St Kuriakose Elias Chavara, an educationist and social reformer of the nineteenth century in South India. He founded the first Catholic indigenous congregation, Carmelites of Mary Immaculate (CMI), in 1831 which administers CHRIST (Deemed to be University).
- Established in 1969 as Christ College, it undertook path-breaking initiatives in Indian higher education with the introduction of innovative and modern curricula, insistence on academic discipline, imparting of Holistic Education and adoption of global higher education practices with the support of creative and dedicated staff.
- The University Grants Commission (UGC) of India conferred Autonomy to Christ College in 2004 and identified it as an Institution with Potential for Excellence in 2006. In 2008 under Section 3 of the UGC Act, 1956, the Ministry of Human Resource Development of the Government of India, declared the institution Deemed to be University, in the name and style of Christ University. One of the first institutions in India to be accredited in 1998 by the NAAC, and subsequently in 2004 and 2016, CHRIST (Deemed to be University) has the top grade ‘A’ in the 4-point scale.
CU Establishment: 1969
CU Accreditations: UGC
CU Affiliated To: Deemed To Be University
CU Eligibility & Admission: Intermediate With 45%
CU Fee Structure: Rs 2 lakhs
CU Location: Hosur Rd, Bhavani Nagar, S.G. Palya, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560029, India
- Greetings from Miranda House, an institution with a long tradition of creativity, charisma and charm. Excellence and exuberance remain the core values of Miranda House where the faculty and students strive to give their best to the curricular, co-curricular and extracurricular activities year after year. One finds a balanced and healthy mix of cultural tradition and modernity in the ethos of Miranda.
- The students remain at the center of the myriad activities of the college. The creativity of each student is honed to develop it to its fullest potential. At Miranda House, the emphasis is on the journey of the individual student and the celebration of her unique strengths and talents. Miranda House is committed to the values of providing excellence in liberal education for generations of women who aspire for the stars.
- Dedicated faculty provides the best in teaching-learning tradition while meandering through the curriculum in the humanities, social sciences and basic sciences. The humanities and social sciences celebrate a vibrant culture of critical questioning and active engagement of debates and art of persuasion to arrive at consensual standpoints. The unique infrastructure supports in breaching the monotony of a top-down approach to teaching. The sciences are enriched with cutting edge research, state of the art laboratories and attention to detail in every sense of the term. They remain the best in the University.
MH Establishment: 1948
MH Accreditations: NAAC GRADE A
MH Affiliated To: DU, NEW DELHI
MH Eligibility & Admission: Intermediate With 45%
MH Fee Structure: Rs 15,000
MH Location: GC Narang Road, University Enclave, New Delhi, Delhi 110007, India
- It had taken decades for the College to take shape. At the behest of Sir Thomas Munro a Committee of public instruction was formed in 1826. In 1836 the duties of the Committee of public instruction was taken over by “The Committee of Native Education.”
- The plan drawn up by the Committee did not commend themselves to Lord Elphinstone who in turn proposed nineteen resolutions that were passed unanimously. The gist of the resolutions was as follows:”That it is expedient that a Central Collegiate Institution or University should be established at Madras”. “The Madras University consists of two principal departments, a College for the Higher Branches of Literature, Philosophy and Science, and a High School for the Cultivation of English Literature and of the vernacular languages of India and the elementary departments of Philosophy and Science”.
- These proposals of Lord Elphinstone which were afterward known as the “Fundamental Rules” were approved by the Members of Council and received the sanction of the Government in January 1840.
- In a month’s time, the governing body of the University was formed and it held its first meeting on 8th February 1840. The governing body requested Thiru. Mount Stuart Elphinstone to select a suitable person for the post of Headmaster.
PC Establishment: 1840
PC Accreditations: AICTE
PC Affiliated To: UNIVERSITY OF MADRAS, CHENNAI
PC Eligibility & Admission: Intermediate With 45%
PC Fee Structure: Rs 1,250
PC Location: Kamarajar Salai, PWD Estate, Chepauk, Triplicane, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600005, India
- Madras Christian College traces its origin to the General Assembly School founded by the Rev. John Anderson, a Missionary from the Church of Scotland on 3rd April 1837. Anderson was a pioneer in introducing English medium education in South India. He was ably assisted by Rev. Johnston, Rev. Braidwood and Margaret Locher Anderson. Rev. William Miller who arrived in 1862 upgraded the school to a college by adding F.A. and B.A. courses in 1865 and 1867. Along with a few other Protestant missions in Madras, Miller transformed the institution and named it ‘Madras Christian College’ on 1st January 1877. Miller’s bold academic vision, supported by the generous contribution from his family members, old students and the Madras Government raised the most impressive array of college buildings and hostels (student homes) opposite the High Court complex. Miller was succeeded by worthy leaders like Professors Skinner, E.M. Macphail, Meston and Hogg.
- The rapid expansion of the College and the congested physical space necessitated the shifting of the college from George Town to the 400 acre sylvan Selaiyur forest in Tambaram. The ‘great migration’ took place on 30th January 1937 with a thanksgiving service in which Governor Lord Erskine participated. Professor Edward Barnes and his wife Alice Barnes, who lived on the campus since 1932, painstakingly shaped and nurtured the campus, by planting hundreds of rare plants, and carving out dusty roads. Swiss Architect Henry Schaetti designed the majestic main buildings. The College hosted the famous International Missionary Conference in 1938. Women students were admitted from 1939.
- Dr Alexander Boyd, who was the Principal for 18 long years (1938-’56) further shaped the character and ethos of the College. He was ably assisted by a host of European and Indian faculty. Professor J.R. Macphail was the last of the Scottish Principals to have served the college between 1956 and 1962.
- A new era dawned in 1962 (125th Year of MCC) when Dr. Chandran Devanesen took over as the first Indian Principal, who further enriched the academic stature of the College and broadened the scope of the educational process by taking it to the neighborhood. Dr. Devanesen’s successors have each contributed in their own way to the growth and development of the Institution.
- The year 1978 was path-breaking as MCC became one of the earliest colleges to be granted the status of Autonomy. This status enabled the college to introduce new courses, innovative curricular changes in tune with changing times and examination reforms with the focus on learner-centered continuous assessments. Autonomy also enabled the College to introduce diploma and certificate courses through the School of Continuing Education. The College also introduced vocational degree programs in the Departments of History, Zoology and Commerce in 1994.
- The Self – Financed Stream was started in 1999. Degree programmes of contemporary relevance and employability are offered in the Self – Financed Stream. The College now has thirty-two departments under both the Aided and Self – Financed Streams offering Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Research programmes (M.Phil.& Ph.D.).
- The Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) was introduced in 2003 – 2004 enabling the College to provide more choice for the students, especially interdisciplinary options and rationalized the workload of each paper in tune with the credits awarded.
- The Halls of residence for men – Selaiyur, St. Thomas’s and Heber and the Martin, Margaret and Barnes for women, contribute to the rich diversity and hustle-bustle of the campus life. The sprawling sports fields, as well as the cultural ambiance of the college, provide impetus towards students’ personality and their all-round development.
- All key milestones in the history of the college were befittingly celebrated. The 50th year i.e. 1887 witnessed the birth of Philosophy and History Unions, besides the Tamil and Telugu Associations. The centenary of the College celebrated in 1937 was marked with the relocation of the college to the Tambaram campus. In 1962 (125th Year) Dr. S. Radhakrishnan, our distinguished alumnus, visited the college and the MCC school in his capacity as the Vice- President and the President of India. The 150th year was commemorated in 1987, with the Prime Minister Shri Rajiv Gandhi participating in the main function and declaring open the Miller Memorial Library. Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, the then President of India lent his gracious presence at the 170th year celebrations in 2007 and inaugurated the Centre for International Social Work.
MCC Establishment: 1837
MCC Accreditations: UGC
MCC Affiliated To: UNIVERSITY OF MADRAS, CHENNAI
MCC Eligibility & Admission: Intermediate With 45%
MCC Fee Structure: Rs 57,000
MCC Location: Madras Christian College Tambaram, Chennai -600 059, Tamil Nadu, India
- Late Shri Krishna Dassji Gurwale founded the College in the historic Kinari Bazar (Chandni Chowk), with prominent Delhi citizens as trustees. A boarding house has served as student residence since 1899. In 1908 the College shifted to a building donated by Rai Bahadur Sultan Singh in Kashmiri Gate, and a Hostel was added.
- From inception, the College is deeply connected to the national movement for independence: some Governing Body members and trustees are directly involved in the Swadeshi and Boycott movements. Board member Master Ameer Chand, associated with Lala Hardyal and Rash Behari Bose, was hanged by the colonial government in 1915.
- Earlier affiliated to Panjab University, the College now becomes affiliated with Delhi University and sanctioned to teach M.A. classes.Democratic student governance: College Parliament is instituted with a PM and LO. Honorary Members- Annie Besant, M.A. Jinnah, Babu Rajendra Prasad, Shaukat Ali and Mohammad Ali.
- College Hostel gives refuge to revolutionaries like Chandrashekhar Azad. Students, both boys and girls, join Non-cooperation Movement and the “Simon Go Back” processions in the Chandni Chowk area.
- College students found the Harijan Service League. The Hostel Warden N.K. Nigam is tried for supporting “terrorist” activities. As national resistance grows, College Parliament continues to host addresses by national leaders—Pt. Nehru, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, C.F. Andrews, Motilal Nehru. Sarojini Naidu attends Tarun Samaj (Social Reform Society) meetings. Surya Sen and Anant of the famous Chittagong Armoury Raid visit the Hostel. The Hindi Sahitya Sabha hosts Munshi Premchand.
- Two College students excel in the Indian Civil Services Examinations. K.K. Birla received his Intermediate Science degree from College in 1937. Dr. Anju Srivastava takes over as Officiating Principal, the second College alumna to hold the office.
- Construction begins on a four-story building for Girls’ Hostel and a new Academic Block having, with the foundation stone laid by Lt. Governor of Delhi. More than 600 students and teachers participate in the National Knowledge Network Video Conference in the auditorium. The college participates in the launch of MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) of Delhi University.
- The College joins the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan and launches an e-waste-reduction drive. Rashtriya Ekta Diwas and Good Governance Day are celebrated.The College continues to excel, evolving while remaining true to its founding ideals.
HC Establishment: 1899
Accreditations: NAAC GRADE A
HC Affiliated To: DU, NEW DELHI
HC Eligibility & Admission: Intermediate With 45%
HC Fee Structure: Rs 18,000
HC Location: Sudhir Bose Marg, Hindu College, University Enclave, Delhi, 110007, India
- Welcome to Hansraj – one of the largest constituent colleges of the University of Delhi – a premier institution, with highly qualified academicians imparting education in different fields, the College today enjoys a reputation for outstanding performance in academics, sports and extracurricular activities. Rated among top ten colleges of the country in Science, Commerce & Arts. The College ensures complete development of the body, mind and soul while enshrining traditional Indian values in each of its students.
- The College was founded by the D.A.V. College Managing Committee on July 26, 1948 in the sacred memory of Mahatma Hansraj, a pioneer in the field of education. It is today one of the leading lights in the D.A.V. family of over 700 institutions and one of the largest constituent Colleges of Delhi University. More than 5000 students on its rolls interact here with a galaxy of scholars on its faculty.
- The College has completed 67 years in the realm of imparting higher education. It has made a significant and unparalleled contribution to Society in terms of producing numerous dignitaries, scholars, intellectuals and sportspersons who served different domains not only in our own country but even at international levels. Over the years, the College has built up an impressive infrastructure. It includes a well-stocked Central Library, Department libraries for Science subjects and a Book Bank for needy students. The College has six Computer Labs. and 18 Science laboratories. Its sports facilities include a vast playground, an Indoor Sports Complex, Playrooms, amphitheater, lift facility and the only Electronic Shooting Range in the University.
- The College has an Ultra-modern air-conditioned Auditorium fitted with the latest sound and light systems with a seating capacity of 500 persons and an imposing stage. Another attraction is an air-conditioned Seminar Room with a seating capacity of 120 fitted with state of the art sound and projection systems.
- The College has a hostel accommodating about 200 undergraduate boys and is fitted with solar geysers and 24hrs. power backup. As you enter the portals of this institution, the calm, serene atmosphere of a beautiful campus surrounded by lush green lawns and a magnificent heritage building touch your soul. For the benefit of meritorious and needy students, the College provides a number of Scholarships and Freeships. It also provided on its premises ATM and Banking facilities through a branch of Canara Bank.
- The College also has a Placement Cell for providing employment opportunities to graduating students through campus recruitments in the best of national and international organizations.
HRC Establishment: 1948
HRC Accreditations: UGC
HRC Affiliated To: DU, NEW DELHI
HRC Eligibility & Admission: Intermediate With 45%
HRC Fee Structure: Rs 19,000
HRC Location: Mahatma Hans Raj Marg, Hansraj College, Malka Ganj, Delhi, 110007, India
- Chiplunkar, Gopal Ganesh Agarkar, Mahadeo Ballal Namjoshi, and Vaman Shivram Apte. They took the bold step of starting the first ever privately managed college in India on 2nd January 1885. They named it Fergusson College in appreciation of the support from Sir James Fergusson, the then Governor of Bombay Province and also the first patron of DES.
- Over the past, Fergusson College has enriched the nation by contributing illustrious names to the nation‟s list of patriots, thinkers, philosophers, poets, writers, teachers, academicians, social workers, scientists, sportspersons, industrialists, entrepreneurs, administrators, defense officers, filmmakers… Every walk of life is graced by a Fergussonians who has achieved eminence in his/her field.
- The beautiful campus of the College is spread out over more than 65 acres. Independent departmental museums, spacious laboratories in each of the science departmental buildings, a library building dates back to 1929 which can accommodate 400 students in its huge reading hall. Besides housing a gigantic collection of books, including very rare collections of books and manuscripts. All these add to the ambiance of the College.
- The College has earned an enviable reputation in teaching and research in the Sciences as well as in the Humanities. The College is affiliated with Savitribai Phule Pune University. Fergusson College offers degree courses in Arts (B.A.) and Science (B.Sc.). The College also offers courses leading to Master’s Degree in Arts and Science subjects.
- There is increasing interaction with industry through the Department of Computer Science, Electronic Science and Chemistry departments. In keeping with the UGC policy of vocationalization of education, the college over the past decade has been successfully conducting vocational courses in Photography and Audio-Visual Production, Electronic Equipment Maintenance and Biotechnology. These courses are in great demand and offer good career opportunities.
FC Establishment: 1885
FC Accreditations: NAAC GRADE A
FC Affiliated To: SPPU, PUNE
FC Eligibility & Admission: Intermediate With 45%
FC Fee Structure: Rs 9,500
FC Location: Fergusson College Rd, Shivajinagar, Pune, Maharashtra 411004, India
- Our Institute is one of the premier institutions in the Somaiya Vidyavihar campus, enjoys a linguistic minority status and is permanently affiliated to the University of Mumbai and recognized by UGC under 2(f) and 12(b) of the U.G.C. Act.
- To fulfill our mission of empowering students, the college lays great emphasis on the all-round development of all its pupils. While academic excellence is of course encouraged and rewarded, a variety of extra-curricular activities conducted by the institutions enable students to explore and bring out their talents and potential and develop an onward looking and confident personality.
- About 6,500 students of both the Junior and Senior College and about 150 Post Graduate and Research students participate in academic and other activities of the college every year under the guidance of a caring and supportive staff.
KJSAC Establishment: 1964
KJSAC Accreditations: NAAC
KJSAC Affiliated To: MU, MUMBAI
KJSAC Eligibility & Admission: Intermediate With 45%
KJSAC Fee Structure: Rs 9,000
KJSAC Location: Ghatkopar – Mahul Rd, Vidyanagar, Vidya Vihar East, Ghatkopar East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400077, India
- Founded in 1917 by the great educationist and philanthropist, RaiKedarNath, Ramjas College is one of the oldest colleges of Delhi, predating the University of Delhi itself. Beginning from the humble precincts of Darya Ganj in Old Delhi, the College today boasts of a spacious campus, state-of-the-art infrastructure and an esteemed faculty of scholars trained at leading universities in India and abroad.
- We have turned 100 and have celebrated the centennial year in January 2017. We have come a long way and our stakeholders have struggled tirelessly to transform Ramjas College into a progressive, equal opportunity Institution that has today become the vanguard of academic excellence, on one hand, and liberal democratic traditions on the other. At Ramjas, we believe in imparting holistic education
RJC Establishment: 1917
RJC Accreditations: NAAC
RJC Affiliated To: DU, NEW DELHI
RJC Eligibility & Admission: Intermediate With 45%
RJC Fee Structure: Rs 14,000
RJC Location: Ramjas College, University Enclave, Delhi, 110007, India
- JMC, partnering in the vision of Christ, makes its contribution to the creation of a just, humane and inclusive society on earth through providing transformative education.Enable our students to realize their potential and self-worth so that they evolve as leaders and transforming agents who make a significant contribution in all spheres of national and global life.
- In the knowledge society that is evolving, nurture a community of learners motivated by a quest for academic excellence.Equip our students with the latest technological and soft skills as well as other learning resources available, so that they have the confidence to cope with the emerging demands of a digitalized world.
- In the pursuit of an inclusive development model, create and maintain an institutional ethos for multi-cultural thinking, freedom to learn, experiment, question, innovate by developing critical and cognitive faculties.
- As a leading liberal arts college, to emerge as a path breaker nationally and globally in the realm of education.
JMC Establishment: 1968
JMC Accreditations: NAAC GRADE A
JMC Affiliated To: DU, NEW DELHI
JMC Eligibility & Admission: Intermediate With 45%
JMC Fee Structure: Rs 16,000
JMC Location: Bapu dham, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi, Delhi 110021, India
- Presidency University has a unique place in history. It was one of the first institutes of Western-type higher education in Asia. In 1817, a group of enlightened Indians and Englishmen set up the Hindoo College.This was taken over by the British Government in 1855 as the College of the Bengal Presidency, and placed in 1857 under the newly founded Calcutta University.
- Over the next hundred years and more, Presidency College was Bengal’s pre-eminent center of higher learning. Although a Constituent College of Calcutta University, it preserved a tradition of research matched by few universities in India. This gave a unique dimension to its undergraduate teaching.
- The formal establishment of Presidency University in July 2010 allows it to refashion its venerable traditions and continuing strengths into a leading institution of the future.
PU Establishment: 2010
PU Accreditations: UGC, NAAC
PU Affiliated To: State University
PU Eligibility & Admission: Intermediate With 45%
PU Fee Structure: Rs 2,000
PU Location: 86, 1, College St, Calcutta University, College Square, Kolkata, West Bengal 700073, India
- Beginning in a small one-story building in Santhome, Mylapore with 32 students, the College moved to its present campus “The Cloisters” on Cathedral Road in 1960. Today the College has an enrollment of 5000 students from diverse backgrounds, communities and nations.
- The College is a Catholic minority institution established and run by the Society of the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary (FMM), a religious congregation founded by Blessed Mary of the Passion (Helene de Chappotin) in Ootacamund, Tamil Nadu in 1877. The initiatives of the College arise from a sound philosophy of life-based on faith in God and the contemporary reality of a pluralistic Indian society that is challenged by global ideologies and cultures.
- The College is committed to serving the economically and socially marginalized sections of society and provides university education in a Christian atmosphere for students, especially those belonging to the Catholic community. Admission is open to all, irrespective of caste and creed, and their rights of conscience are respected. In keeping with its mission, the College promotes inclusive practices in the implementation of its academic programmes, taking into account learning differences and the special needs of the differently-abled. In seeking to mould women of character who will be self-reliant and work towards social transformation, the College has established an educational road map that provides a framework for quality education and stimuli for lifetime learning.
- A student-centric, participatory teaching-learning-evaluation system assures the students of optimal educational benefits. The College is at the forefront of higher education in India by balancing its commitment to academic excellence with emphasis on the all-round development of students. Offering courses in traditional Arts and Science courses and in emerging areas such as International Studies, Information Technology, Bioinformatics and Biotechnology, the curriculum promotes national development, fosters global competencies and facilitates skills training to meet the challenges of a competitive workplace.
- Running parallel with the nation’s trajectory towards selfhood and development, Stella Maris College has evolved into an Institution of repute, serving national, regional and local needs.
Affiliated To: UNIVERSITY OF MADRAS, CHENNAI
Eligibility & Admission: Intermediate With 50%
Fee Structure: Rs 2,400
Location: Cathedral Rd, Poes Garden, Gopalapuram, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600086, India
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