Fatima Mata National College, Kollam

Fatima Mata National College

Po.No.511, Kollam, Kerala   |   ESTD : 1951   |   Approved By: NAAC   |   Type: Private
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Overview Information

About College

Fatima Mata National College situated in Kollam was established by the first native Bishop of Quilon with the view to provide education facilities in the diocese and to serve primarily to the economically backward minority community of Latin Catholics in the Diocese in Quilon. The college believes that every institute of higher education should act as a catalyst of enlightenment and change and become an instrument of social justice by providing educational opportunities to all. The college aims to promote qualities like love to motherland, integrity of character, belief in the dignity of labor, spirit of selfless service, pursue the task of preparing young men and women for life and instilling in them a commitment to spiritual and moral values.

Facts and Figures of Fatima Mata National College-

Establishment Year


Affiliated to

University of Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram

Founded by

Rt. Rev. Dr. Jerome M. Fernandez

College type

Private/ Self Financing

Number of books

More than 83,000

Campus Area

13 acres

Auditorium Capacity

1500 Audience

How to Reach

1 km away from Kollam Railway Station

Why join Fatima Mata National College?

  • Ongoing Projects and Researches: The college is undergoing man projects of UGC on the topics like “spectroscopic investigations of some pyrazine carboxylic acid derivatives”, “Strategic shift in the Indo-US relations in the new millennium: The Chinese Factor”.
  • Highly Active Placement Cell: The placement cell gives the students information about the various courses offered by the universities and also offers advice regarding their jobs.
  • Accreditation- The college is Accredited by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) with ‘B++’ status.

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