Providence Women’s College is one of the well-known colleges for women in Kerala. The college was founded by the sisters of Apostolic Carmel on 1st July, 1952. The college was establishes with a an aim by Mother Veronica the foundress of the congregation to train young women who had embraced religious life and send them far and wide on vocations of service to the community. This college is known to be the first women’s college of Malabar. The college is registered under the Apostolic Carmel Education Society, S No.4 of 1957, Calicut. The Managing Governing Body includes the Provincial Superior, Educational Secretary, the Principal, the Local Manager; a representative of the management and religious staffs nominated by the Provincial Superior. The College was first affiliated to the Madras University. Later the affiliation was shifted to the Kerala University and University of Calicut successively.
Facts about the college:
Dr. (Sr.) Neetha AC
Kerala University and University of Calicut
Total books in library
49,000 volumes, 90 journals.
Total teaching staff:
How to reach?
Nearest railway station:4 km ( West Hill Railway Station )
Nearest airport: 28.7 km ( Calicut international airport )
Nearest bus stop: 350 m ( Policha Peedika Bus Stop )
Total no of classes and labs
Yes, approx. 500 rooms.
Total no of computers.
Total no. of Journals ( national and international)
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