Stella Maris College, Chennai was established in 1947, is a Catholic minority institution of higher education for women. The College is an autonomous institution and is affiliated to the University of Madras. It is run by the Society of the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary, a religious congregation founded by Blessed Mary of the Passion (Helene de Chappotin) in Ootacamund, Tamil Nadu in 1877. The college is committed to serving the economically and socially marginalized sections of society and provides university education in a Christian atmosphere for students, especially those belonging to the Catholic community.
The College is at the forefront of higher education in India by virtue of its commitment to academic excellence through periodic revision and updating of its curriculum based on stakeholder feedback. The curriculum promotes national development, fosters global competencies and facilitates skills training to meet the challenges of a competitive workplace. It offers students flexibility and a wide range of programs which includes both traditional Arts and Science courses and more contemporary ones, in emerging areas such as International Studies, Information Technology, Bioinformatics and Biotechnology.
The College makes it possible for deserving students to avail of different Scholarships. On a merit-cum-need basis, students may apply for management, private and government Scholarships. Fee concessions are given to deserving students.
Placements at Stella Maris College -
The career guidance cell, a branch of the Stella Maris alumnae association, plays a major role in conducting training programs and facilitating campus recruitment for both undergraduate and postgraduate students. Career oriented training programs are organized for final year students. In the second half of the academic year, the activities of the CGC are focused on organizing campus placement drives, career guidance programs and orientation on options for higher education.
Stella Maris College, Chennai is a Catholic minority institution of higher education for women established in 1947. Beginning in a small one-storey building on August 15th of that year with 32 students in Santhome, Mylapore, the college moved in 1960 to its present campus on Cathedral...
Stella Maris College, Chennai was established in 1947, is a Catholic minority institution of higher education for women. The college is an autonomous institution and is affiliated to the University of Madras. It is run by the Society of the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary, a religious...
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