The Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Annecy was founded by Rev. Fr. Jean Pierre Medaille sj in 1650 at Le Puy, France. St. Joseph’s College for Women (Autonomous), a Catholic minority institution... Read More
The College endeavors to contribute to the overall development of these student and not just on academics. Even in academics attempt is made to teach the concepts - rote learning is not encouraged... Read More
Telugu has been offered as a Second Language ever since the inception of the College in 1958. Telugu is offered as one of the Second Languages along with French and Hindi at the Intermediate and Undergraduate... Read More
The Oldest Association of the College comprising the Botany, Zoology, Biotechnology and Biochemistry Departments gives an opportunity to students to develop their leadership and organizing skills.The Biology association of St. Joseph’s College for Women commenced its activities with the election of its Office Bearers... Read More
The College has a Student Council which comprises the nominated representatives – President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer from among Senior students and class representatives, who take up the responsibility of organizing events and competitions in the college. The Student Council is guided by five Staff Advisors on all aspects of organizing, conducting, coordinating... Read More
The College emblem is the insignia SJC inscribed in a hexagon as St. Joseph’s College for Women endeavors to enhance the holistic personality of young women by contributing to the physical, intellectual, emotional, social, professional and spiritual development – represented by the six facets of the hexagon.
The lamp signifies the College disseminating the light of knowledge which the students are exhorted to seek and spread out in every part of the globe! The Apex of the flame denotes the light of hope promised by Jesus Christ through the cross. The maxim 'Kindle the light within' exhorts every Josephine to look within herself and optimize her potential for thinking, performing and evolving. It also symbolism a beacon of intelligence, radiating love and knowledge to the society around, and beckons first generation learners from lower socio-economic backgrounds, empowering them to stand tall in a globalized world.