Carmel College for Women, a Christian college, was established in 1964 to fulfil the long felt need for an institute for higher learning for women in Goa. Carmel College is situated on Margao-Cortalim highway, nestled at the foot of the hills, it is an excellent place for study and reflection. It is managed by the Sisters of the Congregation of the Apostolic Carmel, a Roman Catholic Congregation. The college is a NAAC (National Assessment and Accreditation Council) accredited institution. It has been awarded B++ grade by the NAAC, which is an autonomous body appointed by the University Grants Commission.
Department of English
Department of Physics
Department of Chemistry
Department of Mathematics
Department of Botany
Department of Zoology
Department of Biotechnology
Conservation status of Marsh Crocodiles of Goa
Icthyo-faunal diversity off Goa's Coast
Lepidopteran diversity (Butterflies, moths and skippers)
Arachno-faunal diversity (Spiders, Scorpions, whip spiders and Whip scorpions)
Nesting ecology of Baya Weaver birds
Nesting ecology of crows as impacted by urbanization
Zoological Survey of India, Kolkata
Botanical Survey of India, Kolkata
National Institute of Oceanography, Goa
Centre for Ecologiacl Sciences, IISC, Mumbai
Bombay Natural History Society, Mumbai
Centre for Environment Education, Pune
Goa Foundation, Goa
The Green Cross, Goa
Vivekanand Environment Awareness Brigade, Goa
There is an auditorium with a seating capacity of 700 with good sound system and musical instruments.
There are 26 classrooms out of which 8 have been designed in amphitheatre style. Some classrooms are equipped with overhead projectors permanently and L.C.D.
The College has a spacious library with a built up area of 3,718.22 sq.m. and can accommodate 200 students.
The hostel building consists of 40 rooms spread over three floors and accommodates 100 students on sharing basis.