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The new knowledge based economy has led to intense competition for qualitative professional employment, which makes it necessary for students to widen their knowledge and sharpen their skills.
To fulfill this need and also to realize the college’s visionary goal of providing students a meaningful life oriented education, MCC established the Centre for Extended Education in 2005 under the autonomous set up. The Coordinator, CEE is in charge of its administration.
Credits system Every student has to complete 10 credits over the three year of under graduation. Some of the courses are open to non Carmelites. 15 hours Theory – 1 credit 20 hours Theory & Practical – 1 credit 30 hours of practical – 1 credit Some of the courses offered In an academic year CEE offers 120 to 140 courses. The courses range from pure academics to international languages, religion and culture.
Some of the popular courses offered are : Animal Cell Culture Aerobics Creative Bakery ASP.NET technologies Art & pottery European art appreciation Local health tradition Basics of German, Italian, Spanish & Japanese Forest eco systems & Global warming Astronomy & Astrophysics Bharathanatyam Scientific writing Capital market Billiards Political Journalism HRM Ceramic Jewellery Puppetry Lead-It’s application and impact Debating Skill Photoshop Tally Embroidery Guitar 101 Web designing painting Indian art appreciation Soft skills Yoga Leaders in training Training offered for the competitive exams
Sheela.V.Dange, Co-ordinator Centre for Extended Education
Phone : 080 22286201
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Our College is awarded A grade under the CGPA system of Accreditation in 2012.
Recognized College by UGC as a College with Potential for Excellence
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Mount Carmel College, Bangalore, envisions a life-oriented education that empowers the students through a humanizing and liberative process, to be agents of transformation and development at different levels of life. Enabled and empowered, they respond pro – actively to concerns and conflicts inherent in today’s reality, especially those of women and persons who are unable to exercise their freedom to be human and work for the integrity of creation. The thrust is in the light of a “Civilisation of love”, the Kingdom of God, as envisaged and promoted by the Foundress, Mother Teresa of St. Rose of Lima. Read More>>>