Class timings are from 9.30 AM to 3.30 PM. In every six months, there is an internal exam and a semester exam. In a semester there are 3,4 assignments which should be submitted. Good teaching. That is a good experience.
There are so many clubs and club activities which take place in our college. Cultural main festival is good.
The Govt. College for Women, Thiruvananthapuram is one of the leading educational institutions in Kerala. It was started as the Sircar Girl’s School, in 1864 by the Royal family of Travancore .The Travancore Royal Family is renowned for forward thinking, progressive policies and enlightened ways of its members. Empowerment and welfare of women were among their prime concerns. The Royal family was well aware that these goals could be achieved only through educating the women folk. This led to the establishment of an educational institution for girls - the Sircar Girl’s School, in 1864. This was during the reign of Aayilyam Thirunal (1860-1880).
In 1897 during the reign of Sree Moolam Thirunal (1885–1924), this institution was upgraded as a second grade college and re-designated as The Maharaja’s College for Girls and affiliated to the Madras University. It was elevated to the status of a first grade college and was renamed as H.H. The Maharaja’s College for Women in 1920. In 1923 the College was shifted to its present location. In 1937, during the reign of Sree Chithira Thirunal Balarama Varma (1931–1949), the University of Travancore was founded and the College was affiliated to this university. When the University of Travancore was founded in 1937 the Women’s College was one of the first seven colleges to be affiliated to it. In 1957, a year after the founding of the State of Kerala, when the University of Kerala was founded, the college was affiliated to it.
The Government College for Women, Thiruvananthapuram, has, for over a hundred years, been one of the leading educational institutions in Kerala and also a pioneering institution in the field of higher education of women. In 1952, degree courses were introduced in Mathematics, Botany, Zoology, Philosophy, Malayalam and Sanskrit. From the early 1970s, the college embarked on a phase of expansion. New courses were introduced regularly and departments upgraded to P.G departments. Today the College has 22 teaching departments that conduct 16 U.G. courses and 17 P.G. courses. Eight of the departments are identified as research departments. We have over 2400 regular students. The College has strength of 159 teachers and 55 non-teaching staff members.
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Placement Cell :-
The College has a Placement and Guidance Cell with teaching faculty members as its convenors. The Cell has been able to arrange campus interviews by leading National and Multinational companies and many final year Degree and PG students have got placement over the last 5 years.
Besides, the Placement Cell conducts awareness programmes for the students on placement opportunities. The Career and Counseling Cell is the part of the Placement Cell that assists students in appearing for job interviews and examinat
Scholarship is provided to meritorious students in different schemes.
Asked By: Anonymous 04 May 2016
There is no BA(Psychology) in Govt College for Women, [GCW] Thiruvananthapuram.
Please check the following link for the courses offered by the college :
Answer By: Getmyuni
04 May 2016