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United Theological College, Bangalore

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About United Theological College, Bangalore

United Theological College (UTC), Bangalore, Karnataka was inaugurated under the name ‘The United Theological College of South India and Ceylon’ as a Christian college where students would obtain a sound theological education. The Church Missionary Society and the society for the Propagation of the Gospel became supporting bodies of UTC in 1951. It is affiliated to Senate of Serampore College and was granted the status of an autonomous college under the university in 1976. The faculty of the college is well-educated and experienced. They provide quality education and regularly assess the students on the basis of not only their related subject but also on their cultural and social etiquettes, communication skills, etc. They are available on and off classes for academic help and also at time of moral support.

Establishment Year 1910
University Type Private
Chairperson of the University Most Rev. Dr. Devakadasham
Approval University Grants Commission (UGC)
Campus Strength 500 +
Placements Placement Cell established
Total Faculty Members 50 +
Library Well stocked, E-books available
Sports and cultural events 20 +
Campus Residents 100 +
How to Reach Behind the Cantonment Railway Station, Miller’s Road, Bangalore

Visit of a great leader- United Theological College experienced one of the best days of the college history when the famous leader and the father of the nation, Mahatma Gandhi set his foot in the college in 1927.

Honored by India Post- On 8 July, 2011, in honor of the United Theological College (UTC), India Post released a centenary commemorative stamp.

Tie-ups with foreign Universities- The UTC undertakes exchange programs with the Divinity School of the University of Edinburgh, Scotland and the theological faculty of the University of Basel Switzerland.



The UTC Library is one of the biggest theological libraries in Asia and the biggest in India. The well furnished library building has a built-in area of over 43,000 sq. ft with bright, spacious and airy reading rooms on one side and stacks on the other.

Guest House

The Guest House in UTC is called the Ecumenical Resource Centre (ERC). It is meant for guests of the college and those who wish to stay for academic purposes, as part of exchange programmes and also for sight seeing. It was inaugurated on 25th September 19


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United Theological College, Bangalore Courses and Fee Structure

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