St. Anne’s Degree College for Women
St.Anne's Degree College for Women, #23, Cambridge Road, Halasuru, Bangalore – 560 008
University Grants Commission (UGC)
St. Anne's Degree College for Women was founded and managed by the Society of sisters of St. Anne. The college aims to empower young women with knowledge, skills and competence through proper and quality education.
The students are provided with opportunities to understand the present society and critically analyse their structures. The college offers UG and PG programmes in arts, science, computer applications, commerce and management.
The students studying in the college are enabled to contribute to creating a more human and just society. The college is affiliated by the Bengaluru Central University. It imparts the quality of higher education for its students.
Scholarships subject to the central/state government and college rules
St. Anne's Degree College for Women aims at providing quality education to the students. The facilities provided by the college are:
Student Support: The college provides the students with support and professional guidance at every step which are required to grow in the future not just earn the degree.
Labs: The college has a lab with all the technical support and to keep the students up-to-date with the developments in the IT world.
Seminars and Workshops: The college has seminars and workshops that help the students to cultivate their knowledge in their chosen field.
Orientation Programmes: The college has orientation programmes which are conducted on the first day of every academic year to introduce the students with the facilities of the college.
Students graduating from St. Anne?s Degree College for Women can become:
Market Research Analyst
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science
Bachelor of Arts (BA) Psychology, Journalism, Communicative English
#23, Cambridge Road police station, lane, Halasuru, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560008
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