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Special scholarships are available with the college to encourage women students to take up theological education and to involve themselves in the ministry. Individuals, Churches, and Institutions also contribute generously to the betterment of the institutions.
The fee structure was expensive for the UG program, guess that has to do more with the exclusivity of the course. Annual charges of the B. D. course is INR 80k, which is a one time fee, which includes registration fee, examination fee, tuition fee, accommodation charges, mess fee, etc.
There are three hostels on the campus. The college also provides an exclusive hostel for married people. The hostel does feel like a second home. Hostel life builds up friendships, understanding and helping tendencies among the students.
The college is just like a family and they look out for each other. The buildings and the dormitory is good. The overall college provides a nice infrastructure.
The admission to the Bachelor of Divinity program is on the basis of the entrance exam, organized by the college itself. A merit list is prepared on the basis of the entrance exam scores and academic record of the student.
The course structure is good. It is a place of personal meditation, daily morning worship, midweek community worship, Sunday evening Community Worship, evening prayers, children's ministry, retreats – at the beginning of each semester, and on Ash Wednesday are times to strengthen our spiritual formation.