Bengaluru: Mount Carmel College, iconic women-only institution to become co-educational

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05-01-2024

    After 75 years, Mount Carmel College to embrace co-education

    Institution will welcome male students for academic year 2024-25

    College offers 45 undergraduate and 21 postgraduate courses

After a remarkable 75 years, Mount Carmel College in Bengaluru, known for its exclusive focus on women’s education, is poised to embrace co-education.

In celebration of its diamond jubilee this year, the iconic women-only institution will welcome male students for the academic year 2024-25. Suma Singh, the Registrar of Academics at Mount Carmel College, announced the decision, emphasizing that opening admissions to boys aligns with the institution’s goals and aims to enhance diversity on campus.

The strategic move coincides with the college’s pursuit of obtaining ‘deemed-to-be-university’ status. In anticipation of this transition, Mount Carmel College has issued invitations for applications from all eligible students for both undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the upcoming academic year. It’s worth noting that the institution had previously introduced select postgraduate courses for male students in 2015, following approval from the Bangalore University Academic Council.

Currently, the college boasts 13 male students enrolled in postgraduate programs, adding to its vibrant academic community.

With a comprehensive offering of 45 undergraduate courses and 21 postgraduate courses, Mount Carmel College is poised to usher in a new era of co-education, fostering a more inclusive and diverse learning environment.

Bengaluru: Mount Carmel College, iconic women-only institution to become co-educational

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    After 75 years, Mount Carmel College to embrace co-education

    Institution will welcome male students for academic year 2024-25

    College offers 45 undergraduate and 21 postgraduate courses

After a remarkable 75 years, Mount Carmel College in Bengaluru, known for its exclusive focus on women’s education, is poised to embrace co-education.

In celebration of its diamond jubilee this year, the iconic women-only institution will welcome male students for the academic year 2024-25. Suma Singh, the Registrar of Academics at Mount Carmel College, announced the decision, emphasizing that opening admissions to boys aligns with the institution’s goals and aims to enhance diversity on campus.

The strategic move coincides with the college’s pursuit of obtaining ‘deemed-to-be-university’ status. In anticipation of this transition, Mount Carmel College has issued invitations for applications from all eligible students for both undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the upcoming academic year. It’s worth noting that the institution had previously introduced select postgraduate courses for male students in 2015, following approval from the Bangalore University Academic Council.

Currently, the college boasts 13 male students enrolled in postgraduate programs, adding to its vibrant academic community.

With a comprehensive offering of 45 undergraduate courses and 21 postgraduate courses, Mount Carmel College is poised to usher in a new era of co-education, fostering a more inclusive and diverse learning environment.

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