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Texas A & M University

PGDBE + M.Jur in Intellectual Property Rights


Carmelite Sisters of St. Teresa (CSST)

Texas A&M is the state’s first public institution of higher education. With a student body of more than 59,000 and more than 5,200 acres on the College Station campus, Texas A&M is also among the nation’s largest universities

Located in the heart of the Houston-Dallas-Austin triangle and within a two-hour drive of 26 million of the state’s 28 million residents, Texas A&M’s main campus in College Station is home to more than 64,000 students. Another 5,200 are at the branch campuses in Galveston and Qatar and at the School of Law, Higher Education Center at McAllen, and Health Science Center locations across Texas.

The George Bush Presidential Library and Museum opened in 1997 on west campus, making Texas A&M one of only a few universities to host a presidential library on their campus. President Bush maintains an active role in the university, hosting and participating in special events organized through the library.

Texas A & M Law School – Accreditation and Rankings:

Texas A&M Law’s IP program is ranked among the top 7 IP law programs in the United States byU.S. News and World Report.

Vision

To equip students through value-based, quality-driven and holistic-oriented education with a vision to uplift society, and empower to the socially and economically marginalized while simultaneously, creating a ‘Civilization of Love’.

Mission

  • To promote a value-based education
  • To contribute to the transformation of society by equipping our students to transform into socially conscious and responsible
  • To synergize women and the less privileged regarding their basic human rights
  • To promote inter-cultural and inter-religious harmony while ensuring the well-being of families
  • To facilitate leadership among students to proactively involve themselves in social liberation
  • To provide quality, integral, vocational and career-oriented education by creating a collective culture for human development and educational excellence
  • To work towards sustaining the integrity of human existence and fostering interconnectedness, kinship, and eco-justice

Principal


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Dr. Sr. Arpana

Principal, Mount Carmel College, Autonomous

Dr. Sr. Arpana took over as the eighth Principal of Mount Carmel College, Autonomous on the 1st of February, 2014. As a member of CSST, she has been serving Mount Carmel College for over 2 decades. An alumna of MCC, Sr. Arpana has had extensive teaching experience as an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology. The firm but affectionate approach she takes towards imparting knowledge has won her many admirers amongst her pupils over the years. Through her enriching international exposure as a Counselor in a Higher Secondary School in Kenya, she further advanced her personal growth and honed her leadership abilities. 

An active researcher with several publications to her credit, Sr. Arpana has graduated with an M.Phil from Bangalore University in 1998 with a dissertation on “Aging in a Religious Order: A Study of Catholic Priests and Nuns.” In 2012, she was awarded a Ph.D. by Mysore University for her thesis entitled “Effectiveness of Life Skills Training on Shyness among Adolescents”.

Dr. Sr. Arpana is committed to charting a new chapter in the growth of the institution by instituting a progressive and inspirational road map to lead the college’s transition into a University.

Vice Principal

Dr. Charmaine Jerome

Vice-Principal, Mount Carmel College, Autonomous

Dr. Charmaine Jerome took up duties as the Vice- Principal of Mount Carmel College, Autonomous in September 2017.

She is an Associate Professor in the Department of Chemistry with three decades of service in the institution. Dr. Charmaine Jerome graduated from Holy Cross College, Trichy and went on to do an M.Sc and M.Phil from St. Joseph’s Autonomous College, Trichy. She was awarded a Ph.D. degree from Gandhigram Deemed University for her prolific work on “Pollutant distribution in groundwater and soil of Peenya industrial area in Bangalore using GIS” and has several publications to her credit.

Dr. Charmaine Jerome is a very committed teacher whose unwavering dedication, radical pedagogies and eye for detail result in utmost proficiency in anything she takes up. Her charismatic persona and passion can be seen through her prowess ranging from teaching to student welfare or administration.

Apart from being a very popular teacher of chemistry, she has contributed with her ability to plan, organise and meticulously execute various curricular, co-curricular and extracurricular programmes in college.

Dr. Charmaine Jerome, with her dynamism and efficiency, is certainly an integral contributor to the vision of MCC and we hope to unravel many more milestones with her. 

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Milestones

  • One of the first women’s colleges to be founded in 1944 in Trichur, Kerala, under the Madras University
  • On transferring and establishing its presence in Bangalore, it became one of the first women’s colleges in Karnataka in 1948 affiliated to the Mysore University
  • One of the first colleges in Bangalore to be granted affiliation by Bangalore University in 1964
  • The first women’s college to start an NCC wing in Karnataka
  • One of the first all-women’s colleges to start PGDBA in India
  • Celebrated its Golden Jubilee in 1998 on account of its academic excellence and noteworthy achievements
  • Awarded Five Stars by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) in 1999
  • The first Campus Recruitment was held by General Electric for all the final year students of the 1999-2000 batch
  • Selected for the India Study Abroad Programme by the University of Massachusetts Lowell and Northern Essex
  • Selected for the India Study Abroad Programme by the University of Massachusetts Lowell and Northern Essex
  • Honoured by the Rotary Club for “its service to the community, serving the noble cause of education”
  • The winner of the Dr. Job Memorial Award for “its excellent and innovative programmes”
  • MCC has been featured on ‘India Today’ since its conception and has continued to claim its ranking as one amongst the top twenty colleges of India every year
  • One of the first colleges in Karnataka to be granted autonomy in 2005
  • Reaccredited ‘A+’ by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) in 2005
  • Identified under the UGC Scheme as a College with Potential for Excellence (CPE) in 2006
  • The Department of Commerce and Management has been recognized as a Research Centre by Bangalore University
  • Recognized Research Centre of IGNOU in 2011
  • Recognized as SIRO (Scientific and Industrial Research Organization) by DSIR (Department of Scientific and Industrial Research), Ministry of Science and Technology, GOI
  • Re- Reaccredited ‘A’ by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) in 2012
  • MCC introduced the first BA Honours in Communication Studies in 2015
  • MCC was affiliated to the newly formed Bengaluru Central University in 2017
About the University

Carmelite Sisters of St. Teresa (CSST)

Texas A&M is the state’s first public institution of higher education. With a student body of more than 59,000 and more than 5,200 acres on the College Station campus, Texas A&M is also among the nation’s largest universities

Located in the heart of the Houston-Dallas-Austin triangle and within a two-hour drive of 26 million of the state’s 28 million residents, Texas A&M’s main campus in College Station is home to more than 64,000 students. Another 5,200 are at the branch campuses in Galveston and Qatar and at the School of Law, Higher Education Center at McAllen, and Health Science Center locations across Texas.

The George Bush Presidential Library and Museum opened in 1997 on west campus, making Texas A&M one of only a few universities to host a presidential library on their campus. President Bush maintains an active role in the university, hosting and participating in special events organized through the library.

Texas A & M Law School – Accreditation and Rankings:

Texas A&M Law’s IP program is ranked among the top 7 IP law programs in the United States byU.S. News and World Report.

Vision

To equip students through value-based, quality-driven and holistic-oriented education with a vision to uplift society, and empower to the socially and economically marginalized while simultaneously, creating a ‘Civilization of Love’.

Mission

  • To promote a value-based education
  • To contribute to the transformation of society by equipping our students to transform into socially conscious and responsible
  • To synergize women and the less privileged regarding their basic human rights
  • To promote inter-cultural and inter-religious harmony while ensuring the well-being of families
  • To facilitate leadership among students to proactively involve themselves in social liberation
  • To provide quality, integral, vocational and career-oriented education by creating a collective culture for human development and educational excellence
  • To work towards sustaining the integrity of human existence and fostering interconnectedness, kinship, and eco-justice
Principal

Principal


Vice-princi-MCC_1

Dr. Sr. Arpana

Principal, Mount Carmel College, Autonomous

Dr. Sr. Arpana took over as the eighth Principal of Mount Carmel College, Autonomous on the 1st of February, 2014. As a member of CSST, she has been serving Mount Carmel College for over 2 decades. An alumna of MCC, Sr. Arpana has had extensive teaching experience as an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology. The firm but affectionate approach she takes towards imparting knowledge has won her many admirers amongst her pupils over the years. Through her enriching international exposure as a Counselor in a Higher Secondary School in Kenya, she further advanced her personal growth and honed her leadership abilities. 

An active researcher with several publications to her credit, Sr. Arpana has graduated with an M.Phil from Bangalore University in 1998 with a dissertation on “Aging in a Religious Order: A Study of Catholic Priests and Nuns.” In 2012, she was awarded a Ph.D. by Mysore University for her thesis entitled “Effectiveness of Life Skills Training on Shyness among Adolescents”.

Dr. Sr. Arpana is committed to charting a new chapter in the growth of the institution by instituting a progressive and inspirational road map to lead the college’s transition into a University.

Vice Principal

Vice Principal

Dr. Charmaine Jerome

Vice-Principal, Mount Carmel College, Autonomous

Dr. Charmaine Jerome took up duties as the Vice- Principal of Mount Carmel College, Autonomous in September 2017.

She is an Associate Professor in the Department of Chemistry with three decades of service in the institution. Dr. Charmaine Jerome graduated from Holy Cross College, Trichy and went on to do an M.Sc and M.Phil from St. Joseph’s Autonomous College, Trichy. She was awarded a Ph.D. degree from Gandhigram Deemed University for her prolific work on “Pollutant distribution in groundwater and soil of Peenya industrial area in Bangalore using GIS” and has several publications to her credit.

Dr. Charmaine Jerome is a very committed teacher whose unwavering dedication, radical pedagogies and eye for detail result in utmost proficiency in anything she takes up. Her charismatic persona and passion can be seen through her prowess ranging from teaching to student welfare or administration.

Apart from being a very popular teacher of chemistry, she has contributed with her ability to plan, organise and meticulously execute various curricular, co-curricular and extracurricular programmes in college.

Dr. Charmaine Jerome, with her dynamism and efficiency, is certainly an integral contributor to the vision of MCC and we hope to unravel many more milestones with her. 

Princi-MCC_1
Milestones

Milestones

  • One of the first women’s colleges to be founded in 1944 in Trichur, Kerala, under the Madras University
  • On transferring and establishing its presence in Bangalore, it became one of the first women’s colleges in Karnataka in 1948 affiliated to the Mysore University
  • One of the first colleges in Bangalore to be granted affiliation by Bangalore University in 1964
  • The first women’s college to start an NCC wing in Karnataka
  • One of the first all-women’s colleges to start PGDBA in India
  • Celebrated its Golden Jubilee in 1998 on account of its academic excellence and noteworthy achievements
  • Awarded Five Stars by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) in 1999
  • The first Campus Recruitment was held by General Electric for all the final year students of the 1999-2000 batch
  • Selected for the India Study Abroad Programme by the University of Massachusetts Lowell and Northern Essex
  • Selected for the India Study Abroad Programme by the University of Massachusetts Lowell and Northern Essex
  • Honoured by the Rotary Club for “its service to the community, serving the noble cause of education”
  • The winner of the Dr. Job Memorial Award for “its excellent and innovative programmes”
  • MCC has been featured on ‘India Today’ since its conception and has continued to claim its ranking as one amongst the top twenty colleges of India every year
  • One of the first colleges in Karnataka to be granted autonomy in 2005
  • Reaccredited ‘A+’ by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) in 2005
  • Identified under the UGC Scheme as a College with Potential for Excellence (CPE) in 2006
  • The Department of Commerce and Management has been recognized as a Research Centre by Bangalore University
  • Recognized Research Centre of IGNOU in 2011
  • Recognized as SIRO (Scientific and Industrial Research Organization) by DSIR (Department of Scientific and Industrial Research), Ministry of Science and Technology, GOI
  • Re- Reaccredited ‘A’ by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) in 2012
  • MCC introduced the first BA Honours in Communication Studies in 2015
  • MCC was affiliated to the newly formed Bengaluru Central University in 2017
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