What the College Stands for
St. Joseph’s College for Women (Autonomous), founded by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Annecy, is affiliated to Andhra University. The college was founded in July, 1958 in response to the local need for a Women’s College in the City.
St. Joseph’s College for Women, affirming its faith in God and love for all humanity, seeks to impart wholesome education to young women, enabling and empowering them to be self-reliant and responsible members of their family and society.
This institution of higher learning endeavours to make its own contribution in the light of its Christian world view towards a transformation of society, in which the principles of justice, freedom, respect for religious and moral values shall prevail.
The College seeks to achieve these aims while respecting all religious sentiments.
In carrying out its aims the College as a minority institution reserves for itself its inherent and constitutionally recognized right of management and administration.
In order to benefit from their years in St.Joseph’s College, the students must have the aptitude and ability for higher studies as well as the desire to apply themselves seriously to all obligations of college life.
- Regular attendance and punctuality is compulsory.
- Leave may be taken only with prior permission.
- Medical certificate should be given if the student is sick, on rejoining.
- Cell Phones are banned in college campus, during college hours.
- Parents should monitor their children’s activities.
- Students with misconduct will be debarred from the college.
Courses of Study
Two-Year Intermediate Course
Part I : English
Part II : Telugu or Hindi or French or Sanskrit
Part III : One of the following combinations.
|1||Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry||English Medium|
|2||Botany Zoology Physics, Chemistry||English Medium|
|3||Mathematics, Economics, Commerce||English Medium|
|4||History, Economics, Civics||Telugu Medium|
Coaching is conducted during college hours for interested students, for CPT & NEET, on additional payment.
Prospectus for Degree
As an Autonomous College, St. Joseph’s College follows the semester pattern requiring Six Semesters of study for the Bachelor’s degree–each semester is of 18 weeks duration approximately. Courses are divided into Foundation, Core and Elective.
Foundation and Core Courses are mandatory for all students. Elective Courses are choice based which a student can choose from among several courses.
Courses in Personal Transformation, Value Development and Sports / NCC / NSS / Yoga / Music / Martial Arts are part of the Undergraduate Programme.
COURSES OF STUDY
B.A, B.COM, B.B.A, B.Sc, B.Sc. Home Science
Three Year Courses
The following Courses are offered to degree students during the Six semesters:
PART I (For Four Semesters)
- General English
- Telugu / Hindi / French
- General Education courses
Part II (For Six Semesters)
III. Core Courses: These Courses are arranged as three major subjects to be offered as B.A., B.Com. B.B.A., B.Sc. & B.Sc. Home Science.
|E.P.O*||English Language & Literature, Psychology, Office Management.||English|
|E.P.JM||English Language & Literature, Psychology and Journalism & Mass Communication.||English|
|E.E.P||English Language & Literature, Economics, Political Science.||English|
|C.E.M||Commerce, Economics, Management Studies.||English|
|H.E.P||History, Economics, Political Science.||Telugu|
|M.P.C||Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry.||English|
|M.P.CS||Mathematics, Physics, Computer Science.||English|
|M.S.C||Mathematics, Statistics, Computers.||English|
|M.E.C||Mathematics, Economics, Computers.||English|
|C.B.Z||Chemistry, Botany, Zoology.||English|
|B.B.C*||Bio – Technology, Bio – Chemistry, Chemistry.||English|
|B.Sc. *||Home Science (with Computer Applications).||English|
|B.B.A.||Bachelor of Business Administration.||English|
CAT and other competitive Exam Coaching is conducted after college hours for interested students on additional payment.
UGC Add on certificate and Diploma courses and Skill Development courses are offered to the students.
Evaluation is based on both Formative Assessment (Internal) throughout the semester and Summative Assessment (External) at the end of each Semester.
- The College fees must be paid twice in a year, first during admission and later at the beginning of every semester.
- Hostel Fees to be paid separately.