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Research is a significant activity of the college. The institution encourages and supports quality research and consultancy by the faculty and students. Such activities are motivated, initiated and ably guided by an eminent Research Director who is supported by a research committee and research co-ordinators.
Laboratory infrastructure and facilities have been strengthened and upgraded periodically with need based, state-of-the art equipments by the management. Extracurricular academic activities are supported in the form of funded and management supported research activities undertaken by staff and students of the institution.The facilities are open for staff and students of other institutions associated with research.
The college has two established research centres.
The Centre for Scientific Research and Advanced Learning is well equipped with basic infrastructure and equipment for carrying out research.Candidates interested in accessing the facilities at the centre can approach the Principal or Research Director using the request form.
1. Dr. Ramesh, Dept. of Commerce
2. Dr. Suma Singh, Dept. of Economics
3. Dr. Uma. V. , Dept. of Electronics
4. Dr. Subha Manual, Dept. of Life Science
Bangalore University recognized Research centers:
2. Humanities (Economics)
4. Life Science
7. Home Science ( Food Science and Nutrition, Human Development)
The Centre for Scientific Research and Advanced Learning is a Recognised Research Centre of IGNOU for Research programmes in Life Sciences Botany, Zoology, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Electronics, Hindi and Sanskrit.
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>>>