Since last 50 years we have made remarkable progress in the field of higher education. Our focus is on quality up-gradation. Three colleges could get NAAC “A” grade accreditation. We have not venture into Medical and Engineering education. Details are given below.
St. Pius X College Rajapuram, a minority institution belonging to Arch Diocese of Kottayam has been started in the year 1990 as an unaided college for providing high quality higher education to the common people of Malabar region and the college got the status of Govt. aided college in 1995. This college originally is affiliated to the Calicut University and subsequently shifted the University of Kannur.
The College is reaccredited by NACC with “A” Grade
The college was established in 1995 as a self financing institution and was converted into a government aided college in 1997. It was originally is affiliated to the Calicut University and subsequently shifted to the Kannur University and recognised by NCTE. The College is reaccredited by NACC with “A” Grade
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Though the BCM College was founded in 1955, the college has made steady progress and is now one of the foremost Women’s Colleges in Kerala with over 1400 students. The college is now offering 15 UG courses and 7 PG Courses
Milestones during the last 50 years
St. Stephen’s College is the pride of Uzhavoor was established in 1964 and is affiliated to Mahatma Gandhi University. In 1968 the college was upgraded to the degree level. Today it has gained in strength and size with 4 postgraduate courses, 8 undergraduate courses. The College is accredited with graded “B” and Re-accredited with “B+” by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC).
Postgraduate courses (Aided):
Postgraduate courses (Unaided):
Undergraduate Courses (Model I):
Undergraduate Courses (Model II)
The Caritas College of Nursing started B.Sc. Nursing Programme in 2002 and Post Basic B.Sc. Nursing programme in 2005. The college originally was affiliated to the Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, and subsequently shifted the Kerala University of Health Sciences
Caritas College of Pharmacy situates within the premise of Caritas Hospital and it was established in 1987. The college is conducting the Diploma in Pharmacy course of the DME Kerala and the registration is being provided by the Kerala State Pharmacy Council.
Prof. Jose James Pannivelil
Archeparchy of Kottayam