Government College for Women, Thiruvananthapuram
Government College for Women, Thiruvananthapuram is a prestigious institution that has to its credit, a history of about 125 years of excellence in the field of women education and is a pioneering institution in the field of higher education. It is the sixth oldest college in Kerala and one of the oldest colleges for women in the country. Founded as the Sircar Girl’s School in 1864 by the Royal family of Travancore , it was later elevated to the status of a First grade college and was renamed as H.H. The Maharaja’s College for Women.
The Govt. College for Women was established in 1897 with a clear mission to provide women with a modern, liberal education and thus to transform society and the nation. The college is committed to the ideas of liberal education and recognizes the fact that times have been changed that it must adapt and evolve to keep up with the rapidly changing world. So The College addresses the needs of the society through providing quality non-formal education also.
- About 125 Years of Excellence in Higher Education
- NAAC Grade “A” with CGPA 3.26
- NIRF Rank # 53
- Managed by the Department of Collegiate Education, Government of Kerala
- Affiliated to University of Kerala
- Offers 18 UG, 17 PG and 12 Ph.D. programmes