Located right in the centre of the city of Chennai is the Quaid-e-Millath Government College which was started in the mid 18th century as a school. Ghulam Ghouse Khan Bahadur, the then Nawab of Carnatic was the founder of this educational institute which became operational in 1974. Initially known as Government Mohamedan College, the College was rechristened as Government Arts College between 1948 and 1949. Considering the escalating demand for Girl Child Education, the Government Arts College was later converted into a college solely for females. In the honor of the then Muslim philanthropist and leader, the College was then renamed as Quaid-e-Millath Government College.

Quaid-E-Millath Government College Facts & Figures:


Ghulam Ghouse Khan Bahadur

Land Area

30 acres

Airport Proximity

15.0 kilometers

Types of Courses

12 Undergraduate Courses

3 Vocational Courses

6 PG Courses

3 MPhil Courses

Classroom Strength



74, Binny Road, Chennai-600 002.

Re-accreditation by NAAC


Why join Quaid-e-Millath Government College for Women in Tamil Nadu?

1. Unique Ambience The Quaid-e-Millath Government College includes an alluring architectural work that dates back to 1930s. Along with the old artwork, students also get to enjoy the new infrastructure developed in the recent years.

2. Reasonable Fee Chart and Women Empowerment With an aim to encourage more girls to come forward and hold the pencil towards learning, Quaid-e-Millath Government College follows a low fee structure. The total fees for each undergraduate program lie between Rs. 70 and Rs. 800. The fees for each such post graduate program is between Rs. 450 and Rs. 1500.

3. Innovative Curriculum and Add on courses The students at Quaid-e-Millath Government College get an opportunity not just to study what is being offered in the other colleges but also get an edge from the rest of the crowd. The add-on courses such as those in Air Ticketing and Fare Construction help them get a professional edge. Hence entering the competitive professional world becomes a simpler task than it used to be