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|Principal||Dr Sukriti Ghosal|
|Affiliations||University of Burdwan|
|Website||M. U. C. Women's College|
Maharajadhiraj Uday Chand Women's College, known as M. U. C. Women's College, established on 28 July 1955, is a women's college in Bardhaman. It offers undergraduate courses in arts and science and PG course in English. It was at first affiliated to Calcutta University. In 1960 when the University of Burdwan was established, the college became one of the affiliated colleges of the newly established university. Subsequently, when PG course in English was introduced in the college in 2005, it became a constituent college of the University University of Burdwan.
At present, the following courses are taught in the college
- Chemistry Hons
- Physics Hons
- Mathematics Hons
- Botany Hons
- Zoology Hons
- Computer Science
- Microbiology Hons
- Nutrition Hons
- B.Sc. General (Pure & Bio)
- Bengali Hons
- English Hons
- Sanskrit Hons
- History Hons
- Geography Hons
- Political Science Hons
- Philosophy Hons
- Economics Hons
- B.A. General
In 2015 the college got affiliation for BCA course and the college has taken decision to move the University for introduction of PG course in a Science subject from 2016-17 academic session. The student strength of the college, the three years taken together, is over 4000.
Located in 23°14’23"N and 87°51’10"E, the college is recognized by the University Grants Commission (UGC). It was re-accredited by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), and awarded B grade in 2012, an accreditation that is still valid. The college is the coveted destination of aspirants of higher education. Every year the name of many students of the college figures in list of University rank holders . The college celebrated the Diamond Jubilee of its establishment in 2015. The college is one of the colleges of WB found eligible for funding under Rashtriya Uchchatar Shiksha Abhiyan (RUSA). The number of faculty at present: Full Time 55 (including two Librarians), PTT 14, CWTT 4. There are about 30 NTS, 7 Hostel Staff and over a dozen working in the college and three Hostels on temporary basis. The Hostels have been named after Rokeya, Swarnakumari and Sarala - three Bengali pathfinders of women education. The central vision of the college is 'Women Education: from Enlightenment to Empowerment' which may be translated into Sanskrit as नारीशिक्षा - बोधोदयात् शक्त्युद्गमः.
- [dead link] Colleges in West Bengal, University Grants Commission
- "Affiliated College of University of Burdwan".
- "Institutions Accredited/ Re- accredited by NAAC whose accreditation validity period is over" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 12 May 2012.
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