St Pauls College In Kerala - College Courses, Placements

St Pauls College

Kalamassery, Kochi, Kerala   |   ESTD : 1965   |   Approved By: NAAC   |  UGC   |   Type: Public
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Overview Information

About College

St. Paul’s College

St. Paul’s College, Kochi, Kerala, was started with a mission to serve education to the underprivileged, backward, Christian and Muslim minority section in Cochin and nearby areas. The college works for the cause of social inequality and social justice to ensure the higher secondary education is imparted to all the students. The College offers Bachelors; Masters, off-campus and add-on courses covering economics, mathematics, physics, commerce, taxation, English, chemistry, Malayalam, business administration, computer applications, law and tour guide.

Facts and Figures:

Establishment Year


University Type


Chair-person of the University

Dr. Edwin Xavier


Mahatma Gandhi University and University Grants Commission and accredited with a ‘B+’ grading by National Assessment and Accreditation Council.

Campus Strength


Total Faculty Members


Total Books

24332 books and 124 journals

Campus Residents

240 women only

How to Reach

Located at 13 kms north of Kochi in the industrial region and lies 7 kms south of Aluva on National Highway-47

Why to Join St. Paul’s College?

1. Sponsored Programme in Spoken English-

The College runs a University Grants Commission sponsored programme for communicative English to enhance the career opportunities for students.

2. Presence of NSS and NCC cells-

The College has community serving activities in form of National Service Scheme and National Cadet Corps to serve an yearly 120 hours of community service and add value to the national development plans.

3. Encouraging student participation via Clubs-

The College is popular for extra-curricular initiatives and maintains the level of engagement in such activities through student run clubs such as art club, science club, spiritual club, nature club, tourism club and philately club.

College Infrastructure and Facility

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