About Mount Carmel College
One of the popular colleges for Women in Bangalore, Karnataka, Mount Carmel College was founded way back in 1948. It was one of the first colleges for women in Karnataka and has been a frontrunner in encouraging career-oriented education for women. The college has been accredited twice with A+ and A respectively by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council in 2006 and 2010.
Details of Academics
The College offers a variety of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes and has been regularly introducing novel curricula keeping in mind the changing corporate needs. The various academic departments at the Mount Carmel College include the Department of Commerce and Management, Department of Humanities, Department of Science, and Department of Applied Science and Design. Students can pick a specialization of their choice from the wide array of programs offered under these departments by the College.
The schedule of the Mount Carmel College Bangalore admission for the academic year 2019-20 will be announced on the College official website and on the College Notice Board. Students who are seeking Mount Carmel College admission 2019 will have to submit online applications on the college website once the College announces the commencement of admission process. The applications are accepted only through online mode and students should complete the submission process adhering to all the requirements specified by the College.
The College extends special consideration for applications under certain defined categories. Students who are seeking Mount Carmel College Bangalore admission 2019 under the category of reservation by Caste (Scheduled Caste & Tribes) are required to submit Caste Certificate along with the completed application form. An application under ‘Economically Backward’ category requires submission of application along with an Income Certificate.
Students seeking admission under ‘Catholic Minority’ are required to submit a document proof in the form of a certificate of baptism and a letter from the parish priest. The College also accepts admission requests from ‘differently abled’ applicants along with a certificate of disability authorized by an authorized Medical Practitioner.
Apart from the above categories, all other admissions are granted based on merit. In the event of applicants not being able to clear the admission criteria of the College such as failure to clear an entrance exam specified for a program or not having secured the threshold marks set by the college, they have the option to seek direct admission in Mount Carmel College under the management quota. The details for direct admissions into any of the College’s programs will be available at the College admission office. Issuing a direct admission into any of the programs is at the discretion of the college administration.