Providence Women’s College, Malaparamba is the first women's college in the Malabar region of Kerala, South India. The college was established by the sisters of Apostolic Carmel in 1952. The college offers various courses in art, commerce, science, fashion and management at certificate, diploma and degree level. These courses are aide, self-fianced and under CSCS stream. The admission to these courses is based on the qualifying marks obtained at the qualifying exam.
Location: Providence Women’s College, Malaparamba is located at Providence College Road, Malaparamba, Kozhikode, Kerala. The nearest railway junction to the college is Eranhipalam Junction which is about 3 km and KSRTC Bus Depot is about 9 km. Kozhikode International Airport is about 29 km from the college campus.
Providence Women’s College, Malaparamba is accredited by NAAC.
Clubs and Committees:
Internal Quality Assurance Cell: The aim of IQAC is to plan, guide, and monitor Quality Assurance and Quality Enhancement activities of the Institution.
Anti Ragging Committee: Anti-Ragging Committee of Providence Women’s College ensures compliance with the provisions of the regulations as well as the provisions of the law concerning ragging is in force. It also monitors and oversees the performance of the Anti-Ragging Squad in prevention of ragging in the institution. The committee makes sure there is no ragging happening on the campus.
Entrepreneurial Cell: The objective of the cell of Providence Women’s College is to provide various information with reference to starting a business to budding student entrepreneurs. It fosters better linkages between industries and R and D activities of the college and promotes innovation through the establishment of incubation centre. The cell regularly organizes camps, seminars, workshops, industrial visits and other developmental programmes.
Alumni Association: This association of Providence Women’s College is dedicated to advancing innovation and technological excellence for the benefit of humanity.
NSS: NSS volunteers of Providence Women’s College actively take part in a variety of activities, which include blood donation, family life education, functional literacy, help for the visually impaired, college-campus cleanliness, skill development and leadership and personality development.
|Courses||9 Degrees and 24 Courses|
|Institute Type||Affiliated College|
|Campus Size||37.70 acres|
|First year total students intake||610|
|Total students admitted||575|
|Total Graduated Students||497|
|Total Placed Students||25|
|Total student gone for higher studies||210|
|Median Salary||1.62 L|
Data Source: NIRF 2023