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SUBTNCW

Smt. Ugama devi Bhavarlal Theosophical Nahar ...

Facilities
Hospet
Karnataka
Accredited By
NAAC
Established Date
1984
NA
Total Students
Private
Type
NA
Fees Range

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Smt. Ugama devi Bhavarlal Theosophical Nahar College for Women is situated at Smt. UGAMADEVI BHAWARLAL NAHAR THEOSOPHICAL WOMEN'S COLLEGE, HOSPET - 583 201. (Bellary Dist. Karnataka State) in Hospet.

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BA
  • 3 Years
  • Bachelor of Arts-B.A.
  • Languages / Arts / Literature
B.Com
  • 3 Years
  • Bachelor of Commerce-B.Com
  • Banking / Finance / Accounts / Commerce

Smt. Ugama devi Bhavarlal Theosophical Nahar College for Women - SUBTNCW

Smt. Ugama devi Bhavarlal Theosophical Nahar College for Women (SUBTNCW) proffers courses such as B.A in Kannada, History, B.Com etc.. The Theosophists at Hospet came together with a noble intentin started women's College in 1984-85. The college was inaugurated by Smt. Sarojamma G. Shankar Gouda. This College has pledged to transform the vision of Dr. Annie Besant 2nd International President of Theosophical Society and education in real sense should inculcate values of gender equality and remove discriminatory attitude and practice. "The Theosophical Society" is an international organisation, founded in New York on 17th November 1857 by a Russian lady Helena Petrovna Blavatsky and an American Colonel Henry Steele Olcott. The International headquarters of the Theosophical Society is situate at Chennai in India. Dr. Annie Besant, an Irish lady arrived to India in 1893 and became the 2nd International president of The Theosophical society in 1907 after H.P. Blavatsky, Dr. Besant was a Sanskrit Scholar, an educationist and fought against the British to free India from their hands. The word "Theosophy" is derived from two Greek Words : 'Theo' means Divine and 'Sophia' means knowledge. The motto of the Theosophical Society is 'Satynasti Parodharmaha' means "There is no religion higher than truth" This Society propagates' Universal Brotherhood'. Smt. Ugama devi Bhavarlal Theosophical Nahar College for Women college is affiliated to Besant Education Fellowship which is the educational wing of the Theosophical Society.

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Facilities

Decent infrastructure with convenient amenities.

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Placement

2 Type Courses Available

  • 2 UG Courses

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Smt. Ugama devi Bhavarlal Theosophical Nahar College for Women

At SUBTNCW the students are endowed with modern infra and convenient amenities that make their life 'go easy' in college hours, alongside make learning more interesting. Some of the facilities include well ventilated classrooms, recreational areas etc.. 

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Hospet Hotels, Hampi Hotel International (Restaurant)
vijaynagar Restaurants Pvt Ltd (Restaurant)
Government Hospital (Hospital)
The Raymond Shop (Clothing Store)
Dena Bank (Bank)
Corporation Bank (Bank)
Axis Bank Ltd (Bank)
IDBI Bank (Bank)
HDFC Bank (Bank)
Andhra Bank (Bank)
State Bank of India (Bank)
ING Vysya Bank (Bank)
Indian Bank (Bank)
Bank of India ATM (Atm)
Allahabad Bank (Bank)
Vikas Souharda Co operative Bank (Bank)
State Bank of Mysore (Bank)
Canara Bank (Bank)
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