St. Andrew's College of Arts Science and Commerce was established in the year 1983 by the Archbishop of Bombay Simon Pimenta with 194 students. It was inaugurated by Mother Teresa as one of the Christian Roman Catholic institutes in Mumbai. St. Andrews offers various undergraduate and postgraduate regular and self-financing courses in disciplines of Arts. Science and Commerce. It has been accredited with an 'A' grade by NAAC (National Assessment and Accreditation Council) and Maharashtra Board. Their goal is to develop the intellect and inspire their students to act righteously. St. Andrews College is one of the best minority Catholic Institutions in India and its result and performance have been proving it so far. As per the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) it has been ranked 'A' class with a CGPA of 3.14 on a four-point scale.
|Established | Type||1983 | Private|
|Courses offered||Undergraduate and postgraduate|
Various Undergraduate and postgraduate courses are offered at St. Andrews under Arts, Science and Commerce stream. Many diploma courses are also offered by the college. Below given is the list of courses offered.
|B.A.||Economics, English, History, Psychology, and Sociology||Eligibility: Intermediate passed or equivalent exam with a minimum of 45% marks in aggregate|
Duration: 3 years
|B.Com.||Accounts & Finance and Banking & Insurance|
|B.A. (BMM)||Mass Media and Mass communication|
|B.Sc.||Information Technology and Hospitality Studies|
|M.Com.||Commerce||Eligibility: Graduation passed from commerce stream or equivalent and secured not less than 40% marks in aggregate|
Admission is done as per the University of Mumbai Guidelines and college norms. Students seeking admission to St. Andrews College will have to follow a two-way process of admission. First is the online procedure for registration, and the second is the offline procedure at the institute level. Below given is the process of admission.
St Andrew's College of Arts Science and Commerce has a placement cell which helps its students interact with working professionals and accordingly gain an understanding of how to conduct themselves in the workplace. Various MNCs like TATA, IndiaNivesh, L&T Infotech, ICICI, Tech Mahindra, etc. have been recruiting meritorious students from the placement drives.
|Academic Year||UG Students placed||Average annual salary - INR|
Over 50 scholarships, prizes, and awards are offered by St. Andrews College. Minority students eligible for government scholarships and freeships are advised to apply for the same. St. Andrews College also offers Freeships for Economically Needy Students. Below given is a list of a few Scholarships, Prize, and Freeships that students can avail.
The following graph shows the number of students who received scholarships in 2018-19:
Various facilities like Library, Laboratories, conference hall, auditorium, gym, playground, etc. are provided to the students at the St. Andrews College of Arts, Science, and Commerce. Students can enhance their extracurricular activities by participating in events organized by the college. The participation of teachers and students creates an overwhelming cooperative environment in the college campus. Below given is the list of facilities provided by the St. Andrews College of Arts, Science, and Commerce.
Under the Principal Dr. Marie Fernandes, St. Andrews College has an esteemed faculty of over 60 Teaching and Non-Teaching Staff. Dedicated staff and supportive management make it one of the best minority catholic colleges in India. Dr. Desiree Gonsalves and Ms. Melanie Andrade is the vice-principal of St. Andrew College of Arts, Science and Commerce.
There are 44 faculty members, 9 of whom are Associate members and 34 are Assistant Professors. Ms. Marie Fernandes is the Dean of the college.
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