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Acharya Kalu Kanya Mahavidyalaya

Published: 21.08.2012
Updated: 17.12.2012

College for higher education for the multifarious development of women at JVBI Ladnun.

Established in 1998 under the auspices of JVBI (Deemed University) by Acharya Tulsi and inspired by Acharyashree Mahaprajna.

This college (Mahavidhyalaya) was established in the name of Acharyashree Kalugani. Kalugani was the Eighth Acharya of Jain Terapanth Dharma Sangh who made untiring efforts for education and training of women for their upliftment. This college has been dedicated to his memory that upholds the feeling of self-dependence in the coming generation through high human values and education. The motto of this college is to not only impart higher education, but also to awaken the self-confidence inherent in students for a future independent life through binding a noble character. The Three year Bachelor Degree programme is specially developed to fulfill the needs and aspirations of the present generation.

The design of the course:

  1. Has a strong component of value education
  2. Emphasis on developing articulation and communication skill
  3. Provides unique combination of subjects.
B.A.      (Bachelor of Arts) (Only for Women) 
B.Com. (Bachelor of Commerce) (Only for Women)

2010: Principal: Samani Malli Pragya


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