The management is doing a good job in conducting the day to day affairs of the college. They take much interest to keep the college and surroundings in a neat and tidy manner. And are good in inspiring students.
B.C.M. College Kottayam was established in 1955 is a Bishop Chulaparambil Memorial College for Women. The campus is situated at Amalagiri a suburban city, 10 Kms away from Kottayam. It is an educational institution owned and run by the Knanaya Catholic Archdiocese of Kottayam.As a vibrant college full of young and beautiful women, this college is bursting to the seams with life and joy. It strives to mould intellectually well trained, morally upright, socially committed, spiritually inspired womens for the India of today. It is expected that when a student leaves the portals of B.C.M. after her education,she will have become the ideal educated woman, one who combines in her wisdom and grace.
BCM is one of the premier Institution for Women in Kerala
For aided programs in B.C.M. College, the college has an additional Community Quota - 10%
For Self- Financed Programs, the management gets 50% of seats and 50% of seats are for Merit.
Department of English
Department of Hindi
Department of Mathematics
Department of Physics
Department of History
Department of Economics
Department of Commerce
Department of Psychology
Department of Computer Science
Department of Family and Community Science
The Relevance of Eco-Literature Among the College Students of Kottayam
Emerging Woman hood: Autobiographies of Malyali Women
Impact of Visual Advertisements and its Reflection on Society
Synthetic and Characterization of magneto resistant materials
The threat of communalism to Indian Democracy
Bibliodrama: a Challenging Feminist Approach to Biblical Culture
Effect of Calcinations on Dielectric properties of TiO2 Nanotubes
LOGIC SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS, Kottayam
Tie up with IPSR, Kottayam
A.K. R. Foods Pvt. Ltd, Coimbatore
Boston Tea India, Mangalore
Abad Fisheries, Cochin
Amalgam Foods And Beverages Pvt. Ltd, Chennai
Appu Nutritious Pvt. Ltd, Bangalore
Appy Fizz Frooty Beverages, Tamil Nadu
Aromatic Industry, Bangalore
Arrow Foods, Puthucherry
Britannia Foods Pvt. Ltd, Chennai
2500 seating capacity with active sound system
Institute has well stocked library with seating capacity of 125 persons and 40 computers for browsing -
Extra Curricular Activities
NSS - The NSS unit in the college was selected as one among the best seven NSS units of MG University in the year 2008-09. Ms. Teena Susan Thomas was selected as the best NSS volunteer secretary in MG university in the year 2009-10.
NCC - During the academic year 2013-14 on wards an NCC unit is functioning in the College under the Girls Battalion.
BCM OJASS - BCM OJASS (Outreach Joint Action to Strength Society) was started in the year 2009, here are some of its activities initiated-
Education Revolving Finance Scheme for providing educational support to economically weak students
Education and Personality development programme for the children in tribal settlement
Implemented UNICEF`s Pilot project `for the protection
of children with special focus aganist child abuse` in Vijayapuram Panchayat.
Sr. Dr. Betsy SVM, Department of Family and Community Science brought laurels to the college by attaining the AIACHE Award for the best innovative teacher.
The Principal Dr.Sr.Karuna was honoured with K.T Ouseph award presented by Indian Red Cross Society for her excellence service as Principal
Ms. Sethuparvathy MSW student 2012-14 Batch was given Good Samaritan Budding Social Worker Award by Kottayam Social Service Society for her initiatives in forming a group of students for providing support to cancer patients
Various scholarships are disbursed on time-
Post matric minority scholarship
Suvarna Jubilee merit scholarship
Muslim Girls scholarship
Central sector scholarship
Higher education scholarship
University merit scholarship
District merit scholarship
Inspire scholarship by DST
Grant from fisheries department to students of fisherman family
Grant and stipend for SC/ST/OBC and economically weaker section