Welcome to MUC Women's College
Maharajadhiraj Uday Chand Women’s College is a Government Sponsored College, affiliated to Calcutta University from 1955 to June 1960, and to the University of Burdwan thereafter. Subsequently, for introducing PG Course in English in 2005, the college came to be recognized as a Constituent College of the University of Burdwan. It has been recognized by UGC (2F & 12 B) and accredited twice by NAAC (Grade B, CGPA 2.72).
Socio-economic developmental ideals cannot be achieved without ensuring participation of women in Higher Education. Eminent educationists and social reformers of Burdwan felt this truth way back in the 1950's. As the conservative guardians of the time were hesitant to send their female wards to a co-educational college for higher education, they founded Maharajadhiraj Uday Chand Women's College on 28 July 1955. Initially it was affiliated to the University of Calcutta; the University of Burdwan became the affiliating university after the establishment of the university in 1960. At present the college is a constituent college of the University of Burdwan.
30.09.21 College authority has taken decision to put the following scarp item to auction:
23.09.21 College authority has taken decision to put the following scarp items to auction
23.09.21 College authority has taken decision to put the following scarp item to auction:
09.03.21 Quotations in sealed envelopes are invited from interested suppliers for the following item in MUC Women’s College,
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Eudcation, Empoyment, Self Reliance
Iiformation, Comprehension, Reproduction
Extend, Reach Out and Accept
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The academic year starts from the month of June-July. A detailed timetable of the classes conducted is notified to the students from the beginning of the academic year. This helps them in planning their studies...
JAST - Journal of Arts, Science & Teaching : A Peer Reviewed Multidisciplinary Research Journal ...
The college has an Alumni Association called 'Chirayata' (PERENNIAL). The Association which emerged in 2003 is well represented. Many ex-students of MUC Women's College, even students of...Read More