While India was celebrating its new-found independence, the Carmelite Sisters of St. Teresa sought to fill a lacuna in women’s education. Mount Carmel College for women, owned and run by the congregation of the Carmelite Sisters of St. Teresa, in the year 1944 in Trichur (under the title of Carmel College in the State of Cochin) affiliated to Madras University, was transferred to Bangalore in 1948 to meet the increasing demand for women’s education. Thus began the story of Mount Carmel College, Bangalore on the 7th of July 1948 with just fifty students on its rolls.
Initially affiliated to Mysore University later it became an affiliated college of Bangalore University in 1964. MCC is a minority institution run primarily for Catholic Students but in the spirit of service, it opens its doors to those of all castes and creeds. It draws its inspiration from the person and teaching of Jesus Christ, Universal Master and Model of Education.The college was granted the autonomy status in September 2005, affiliated to Bengaluru University. Mount Carmel College was re-accredited with an A+ by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) in 2006. It is one of the Colleges in India selected by UGC under the scheme, College with Potential for Excellence (CPE) in 2006. In the year 2012 the college was rewarded A grade by NAAC in its 2nd round of re-accreditation.
Provide specific knowledge of relevant mathematical, statistical and econometric methods and the ability to employ specific econometric model. 2.Deliver knowledge and understanding of topics in microeconomic and macroeconomic theory at a more advanced level, and extend knowledge of a specific topic in micro and macroeconomic theory.