Bishop Moore College [BMC], Alappuzha

Bishop Moore College - [BMC]

Mavelikara, Alappuzha, Kerala   |   ESTD : 1964   |   Approved By: NAAC   |   Type: Private
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About College

Bishop Moore College, Mavelikkara was established in 1964. The college named after the late Rt. Rev. Edward Alfred Livingstone Moore, the fourth Anglican Bishop of the Diocese of Travancore-Cochin is owned by the Madhya Kerala Diocese of the Church of South India. The college was upgraded in 1967. Thus the college caters to the all-around development of the students..

  • The College has achieved ranks at the University Examinations and the NCC cadets have attended the Republic Day Parade and one woman cadet visited Vietnam under the student exchange program

  • The college was accredited B++ grade by the NAAC in 2004


  • Department of Botany

  • Department of Commerce

  • Department of Economics

  • Department of History

  • Department of Political Science

  • Department of English

  • Department of Hindi

  • Department of Malyalam

  • Department of Mathematics

  • Department of Physics

  • Department of Chemistry

Research Projects

  • Development of Low density Polyethylene/Cellulose microfibril composites.

  • Design, Structural-Property Relations for the Nonlinear Optical Response, Growth and Vibrational Spectral Investigations of some Aniline Derivatives

  • Trajectories of the American and Indian Scenario: Culture in Nikki Giovanni and Chetan Bhagat

  • Vulnerability and adaptation mechanism of climate change risks – A case study of coastal population in Alappuzha districts

  • Synthesis and Vibrational Spectroscopic investigations of Biologically Active molecules- Chalcone derivatives

  • Synthesis, characterisation and bioconjugation of rare earth complexes embeded silica nanoparticle

  • Preparation of starch nanocrystals from various sources


  • Indian Academy of Science, Bangalore

  • Indian National Science Academy, New Delhi

  • The National Academy of Science India, Allahabad

Co-Curricular Activities

Bishop M M John Memorial Lectures - The college organizes ‘Bishop  M M John Memorial Lecture’ in honor of Bishop M M John, the founder Bishop and first Manager of Bishop Moore College. Very eminent Academicians of National repute have delivered this lecture in previous years. Since 1988, it has conducted twenty lectures in the series.

Prof. Elizabeth Mathew Memorial Inter- Collegiate Quiz Competition - Right from 2007, the department of economics organizes inter collegiate quiz as a part of Economics Weekend Celebrations.

Oikonomia Celebrations - Students presentations, Seminars by the Faculty members, discussions and Economics quiz are usual programmes being arranged every year as a part of Economics Weekends Celebrations.


Computer Centre

The computer centre with 25 terminals having internet (broad band with static IP) facilities is open to all who want to smartly tune to the rapid changes taking place.


The central library is computerized and offers the students a vast collection of books on all subjects.


The science labs are well equipped with highly sophisticated equipments.

Awards And Recognition

  • Dr. D. Sajan got ‘Young Scientist Award’ under Fast track scheme of DST

  • Dr. Laly A Pothan awarded with ‘Fellow of Royal Society of Chemistry’

  • Dr. Laly A Pothan got ‘Vasudev Award’ by KSCSTE for the Best Project

Student Achievements

  • Siva Kumar secured 2nd prize in the painting competition conducted by the Science Club, Bishop Moore College, 2014

  • Nithin Monachan secured First place in Sculpture competition of University Arts Fest 2013 held at Mavelikara during 27th Feb- 3rd March 2013

  • Brittu Alexander Roy Secured First runner up position in Prodigy 2012, Economics fest organised by department of Economics, University of Kerala on 14th December 2012


  • SC/ST/OBC Student Scholarship

  • Economically Weaker Section Scholarship

College Infrastructure and Facility

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