Christmas Celebration Cultural Activities Tin Jubilee Celebration Co-curricular Activities EDUTIMES

Christmas Celebration

Christmas Celebration 2015

Cultural Activities

Aculturation of Self

Tin Jubilee Celebration

Ten years of glory and achievements.

Co-curricular Activities

Tableau Competition


Peer Reviewed Journal of the Department

Department of Education

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    Patna Women’s College (PWC), the first College for women in Bihar, founded in 1940, is a premier Institution of the State. The 75 year old College with its glorious past had an ‘A’ grade at its accreditation in 2004 by NAAC. And again, at its re-accreditation by NAAC in 2010, PWC received an ‘A’ grade. In 2004, UGC accorded ‘College with Potential for Excellence’ (CPE) status to PWC. The Government of Bihar declared PWC as a Religious Minority Institution on 25th July, 2007.

    Keeping in mind the high demand for teacher training courses, PWC s officially introduced and inaugurated the B.Ed. programme and the Department of Education on 8th April, 2006. The department is recognised by Eastern Regional Committee of NCTE. The Department is accredited with Grade ‘A’ by NAAC with CGPA 3.52 in 2011.

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    Our Vision

    In the name of Jesus Christ and following His teachings and example, we the sisters of the Apostolic Carmel, founded by Mother Mary Veronica in 1868, offer at Patna Women’s College, the service of value based Higher Education youth through academic pursuit for excellence, community involvement and empowerment of women.

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    Our Mission

    Patna Women’s College, the first college for women in Bihar, is committed to the holistic development of women to make an effective contribution to the creation of a new society.

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    Professional training to the teachers in the making that would make them competent and self-reliant their intellectual, emotional, social and moral development their decision-making ability and leadership quality
    effective communication skills among them sensitize them on current environmental issues.

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