Jabalpur Girl's College

The Jabalpur Girl's College or the Government Girl's College, Jabalpur is a leading college that caters exclusively to the female students of the conservative Central Indian city. One of the leading Jabalpur colleges, the Jabalpur Girl's College came into being as on August 15, 1982, at the initiative of the Higher Education Department of Madhya Pradesh.

Located in Ranjhi, a town on the outskirts of Jabalpur city, the institute was christened the Government Girls College, Ranjhi, Jabalpur. The university that records a student strength of 186 students is currently affiliated to the Rani Durgavati Viswavidyalaya as per the regulations of the sec 2(f) and 12 b of U.G.C. Act 1956. In fact, the University Grants Commission (UGC) has sanctioned a concession of RS 1200000, for the 10th plan. The money is currently being used in the construction of the college compound. There are proposals to further extend the building in the coming years. The college also plans to provide hostel facilities to the girls and aid the financially impoverished pupils with free tuition and accommodation.

Today the college stands tall and stately in its brand new compound at Karondi Gram, near the S.A.F. Institution at Ranjhi. A year ago, the college opened doors to the commerce department, which has been flourishing ever since its inception. Another noteworthy fact concerning the establishment of the Commerce faculty is that the department is managed solely by the college funds. Arts, also happens to be the college's forte and the college is renowned for its excellent pedagogical instructions in the disciplines of English, History, Hindi, Political Science, Sociology, Political Science, Home Management as well as Economics.

Last Updated on 30th Nov 2012



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