Mahakoshal Arts and Commerce College



Mahakoshal Arts and Commerce College formerly known as the Roberston College is one of the leading Jabalpur colleges. The institute opened doors in the year 1836 and was renamed as the Mahakoshal College in 1947. In 1962, the college came up with a specialized Arts department. This was followed by the establishment of a Commerce section in the year 1983. After this, the college was finally christened the Mahakoshal Arts and Commerce College.

The Mahakoshal Arts and Commerce College is a government institute that is affiliated to the Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya. The college is also associated with the University Grants Commission (UGC) and was conferred the distinguished autonomous status in the year 1992. Another highlight of the university's achievements is that it has been accorded B++ grade after a thorough evaluation by the nation's leading certification council, the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), Bangalore.

The university has a truly distinguished faculty, each of who have made a mark in their own field of excellence. The college's arts stream is a cut above its contemporaries and has churned out several creative geniuses. The commerce faculty is equally reputed and the pedagogical instructions are accompanied by practical works and months of internship with leading business firms. The college also provides professional courses in Sales Promotion and Sales Management as well as Advertising.

In short, the Mahakoshal Arts and Commerce College is a hallmark of the level of education in Jabalpur.









Last Updated on 30th Nov 2012

     


     

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