|Bachelor of Science [B.Sc]||3 year(s)||22,650|
|Bachelor of Arts [BA]||3 year(s)||22,080|
|Bachelor of Computer Application [BCA]||3 year(s)||80,550|
|Post Graduate Diploma||1 year(s)||16,950|
The Handique Girl's College offers undergraduate and postgraduation courses to promote women's education. Below are the given fee details for the major courses offered by Handique Girl's College.
Handique Girls College is one of the oldest colleges in the northeastern region of India for girls established in 1939 by the late Rajabala Das. Handique Girls’ College is situated on the western bank of the picturesque and historic Dighalipukhuri in the heart of Guwahati. The institute was affiliated with Calcutta University and accredited by the National Assessment & Accreditation Council [NAAC] with a B grade. The college offers graduation and post-graduation courses to the students in the science and arts stream. It also offers a PGDCA program for students having an interest in computer applications. Also, the college offers certificate courses.
|Bachelor of Arts [BA]||Assamese, Bengali, Economics, Education, English, Hindi, History, Home Science, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Sanskrit, Mathematics|
|PG Diploma||Computer Applications, Assamese, Botany, Chemistry, Zoology|
Handique Girl's College offers an undergraduate Bachelor of Arts [BA] course. Below mentioned are the Handique Girl's College BA course and fee details.
|Bachelor of Arts [BA]||3 year||INR 5,150 Per Annum|
Handiue Girl's College offers a postgraduation diploma course. Below mentioned are the Handique Girl's College PG Diploma course and fee details.
|PG Diploma||1 year||INR 18,000 Per Annum|
Handique Girls College, Guwahati Fee Structure. The course fee is about INR 10,540 per annum.
Course Duration:1 year(s), Full Time
Total Tuition Fees:
One of the veritable nerve centres of women's education in north-eastern India, Handique Girls' College was established in 1939, a dream come true for the late Mrs. Rajabala Das, a pioneer in the field of women's education.
The patronage and philanthropy of the late Radha Kanta Handique were also largely responsible for giving shape to the first institution for higher education for women, in the undivided state of Assam.
Mrs. Rajabala Das also became the founder principal of the college. Imbued with the fervour of the nationalist struggle for freedom, Mrs. Das was intent in doing away with unjustified taboos and prejudices on the societal, familial and individual levels, pertaining to the womenfolk of Assam.
Education appeared to her to be the only weapon to enable a woman to reveal her own identity and to partake of active public life.
Mrs. Rajabala Das was herself one of the few fortunate women to have received higher education during the time, and she thus set about with an iron will to start a women's college in Gauhati. Beginning with just two students in the year of its inception, and housed in the premises of the Panbazar Girls' High School, the college was initially known as Gauhati Girls' College.