It is an aspiration, long felt need and dream of the Bishop and many priests in the diocese to establish a standard college of education in Guntur Diocese, After making several efforts towards this end, the college was established in the year 2003. The founder and the president of the college Rt. Rev. Dr. Gali Bali, Bishop of Guntur Diocese, has blessed the institution. The college is mainly meant for Christian students without having any prejudice towards others. It is a Christian Minority Institution, Affiliated to Acharya Nagarjuna University. Besides it has got NCTE recognition. On 20th July 2003 the main college building was blessed by Rt. Rev. Dr. Gali Bali, and was inaugurated by Prof. C. Venu Gopal Reddy, the former Vice- Chancellor of Acharya Nagarjuna University. The College motto “Learn to Serve” explains its total commitment to the service of others. The teaching is not only the noble profession but also a means to serve the Society at large. The college is named “ Fatima College” after Our Lady of Fatima, Registered under F.AP / NEW/B.Ed/ 171/SRO/NCTE/2002 – 2003 / 7217/Dt.13-05-2003, Affiliated to Acharya Nagarjuna University. Fatima College of Education is well known for its regularity and discipline. Attendance is compulsory not only in class but also in monthly tests and terminal examinations. Absence from these will be viewed seriously. Any absence from class requires the written permission of the Principal.
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Facts & Figures :-
|Affiliated to||Acharya Nagarjuna University|
|Accredited by||National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE)|
|College type||Self financed/Private|
|Founder of the college||Rt. Rev. Dr. Gali Bali|
|Boys Hostel- 20|
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|Computer Lab||20 PCs|
|Campus Area||5.86 acres|
|How to Reach||Nearest Railway Station Nadikudi Junction|
For more details about admission please contact :-
Phone No: 09494614194
Cell : 08500719510
To avoid any inconvenience to the students who come from far away places hostel accommodation is provided by the management. While Boys stay in the main building of the college where their hostel is located, the girls stay with sisters in the convent, a little away from the college main building. Both the hostels are attached with a warden appointed to look after the hostel needs. There are at present 20 students in the boys hostel and 30 in the girls hostel.
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