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Government College for Women, Thycaud

Vazhuthacaud , Thycaud - 695014
District: Thiruvananthapuram (Kerala)
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Established      :    1864
Affiliated to     :    University of Kerala
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The Govt. College for Women, Thiruvananthapuram is one of the leading educational institutions in Kerala. It was started as the Sircar Girl’s School, in 1864 by the Royal family of Travancore
The Government College for Women, Thiruvananthapuram, has, for over a hundred years, been one of the leading educational institutions in Kerala and also a pioneering institution in the field of higher education of women. In 1952, degree courses were introduced in Mathematics, Botany, Zoology, Philosophy, Malayalam and Sanskrit. From the early 1970s, the college embarked on a phase of expansion. New courses were introduced regularly and departments upgraded to P.G departments. Today the College has 22 teaching departments that conduct 16 U.G. courses and 17 P.G. courses. Eight of the departments are identified as research departments. We have over 2400 regular students. The College has strength of 159 teachers and 55 non-teaching staff members.

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 Course(s) Offered by Government College for Women, Thycaud  in Biochemistry
B.Sc. Biochemistry and Industrial Microbiology
1 .
Plus Two Science or Equivalent qualifications
3 Years
Approved By/ Affiliated To
University of Kerala