The class timings are from 10 am to 3 pm. My overall experience is great.
The main event celebrated is cultural fest.
Good timings They will give some assignments Project no such projects Exams are conducted by University Method and quality of teaching is very excellent Very amazing.
Students societies are like Akhila Bharathi vidhyarthi parishath Management Good life
Government First Grade College, [GFGC] Shimoga is at Thirthahalli. Thirthahalli is a Taluk of Shimoga district of Karnataka state in India. It lies on the banks of the river Tunga and surrounded by the Western Ghats called as Malnad region. It is the land of Jnanapeeta awardees, great poets, politicians, socialists, reformers and epic Parushurama. It is 60 kms from the district headquarters and the National Highway NH-13(Thirthahalli Road) access to other cities. The Nearest railway station is in Shimoga and Konkan railway which links major cities of the nation. The nearest airport is Mangalore International Airport.
This college was established in the year 2007 may by the government of Karnataka and started with 250. Now the college has about 1500 students are learning in this college. Among the strength majority of the students are female nearly 70%. They are hails from the remote rural areas. This college was started with one man of Principal. Today permanent staffs of this college are 17 from teaching and four are non-teaching.
To make this College the center of higher education preparing the rural youth to be able to face the challenges and to bring in all-round development of the learners, noble personality, citizenship, patriotism and integrity of the nation.
College Campus at Balebailu locality has good infrastructure with all basic facilities required for a sound institutional functioning from the Rs. 250 lakhs grants released by Government of Karnataka for the construction. Though the building is complete we are unable to run the classes due to huge students’ strength. So, the Government has released additional Rs. 300 lakhs for construction of more class rooms, laboratories, ladies rest-room and toilets which will be used during the next academic year in its 4 acre