The biotechnology and pharmaceutical capital of the country, Hyderabad is home to some of the best girls' colleges of the country.
The Shadan Women's College of Engineering & Technology has been established with the approval of Government of Andhra Pradesh, AICTE and Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University. It is situated at the heart of the city at Khairatabad and is well connected by RTC busses and local trains to most of the parts of city. This is the first minority college meant for girls only. The College runs four streams of engineering, namely, computer science, computer science & information technology, electronic communication, electronics & electrical engineering.
Raja Bahadur Venkat Rama Reddy Women’s College , was established in the year 1954 by the Hyderabad Mahila Vidya Sangham. The college has the history and rare privilege of having had the presence of Dr. S. Radhakrishnan, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru , Smt.Indira Gandhi and Dr.A.P.J.Abdul Kalam as dignitaries at different functions organised by the college. The main objective of the institution is to promote quality education among women, hailing from the backward regions of the state. In consonance with this objective, 60% of the seats at the undergraduate level are reserved for girl students hailing from rural areas. The college is a grant-in-aid institution, affiliated to Osmania University, Hyderabad. It is centrally located in the city on a campus comprising a 3.5 acre plot with five buildings. There are 45 class rooms, 28 Science labs, and 13 staff rooms. The college libraries have about 50,000 volumes. The college has an audio visual room and a spacious auditorium. The college has 19 departments for UG programmes, 5 in Arts, 12 in Science, 1 in Commerce, and 1 in Physical Education. There are 4 departments at P.G. level, 3 in science and 1 in Management.
Another institution that has etched its name in gold is St. Ann's College for Women . The college was established by the Sisters, Society of St. Ann, in 1983, as an institution oriented towards the cause of need-based education, aiming at optimum growth. Their vision and single-minded dedication saw the college evolve from a humble beginning with just two courses, to a model college with all possible conventional and restructured courses, added year after year at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Ever since its inception the college has enjoyed the distinction of excelling in academics and extra-curricular activities. It has, within a short span of time, acquired a reputation as being one of the best colleges in the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad. At present, the college has strength of about 3000 students and 100 well - qualified staff members, belonging to as many as 28 different departments. The faculty at St. Ann's is its most valuable resource, that brings with it an incomparable set of skills and knowledge.
A.K. Navajeevan Junior College for Girls is also another well known girls' college in Hyderabad. The school boasts of an administrative block, library, computer & science laboratories, activity rooms. The school offers medical facilities to handle sickness and emergencies . All the classrooms are equipped with computers & are spacious.
Sujatha Degree College for Women is reputed for its undergraduate programmes. It offers bachelors degree in commerce, science. Sujatha Degree College also offers post graduate programmes for commerce & science. Some of the facilities offered at the institute are library, computer lab, internet, recreation and sports, placement cell & hostel.
Hyderabad boasts of another women's college that firmly believes that education should be rooted to the nations culture & tradition, the Durga Prasad Banwarilal Girls Junior College. The school aims for academic distinction, morals and ethics. The school has an arrangement with a reputed private hospital nearby to negate medical crisis.
So girls just chalk out your interests, make the right choice. Check out some more women's colleges in Hyderabad.