Jyoti Nivas College is a minority Christian College founded by the Sisters of St. Joseph’s of Tarbes, with affiliation to Bangalore University. The college ranks among the premier women’s institution in the state and in the country. It was conferred with five-star status by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council in 1998. In 2004 it was granted autonomous status and recognized as a college with potential for excellence by the University Grants Commission.
Jyoti Nivas College is located in Bengaluru, Karnataka. The college has an atmosphere to help students grow and develop as multi-faceted individuals. The college strives to imbibe a strong national sense that transcends the barriers of religion and community.
It seeks to uphold the best and most beautiful aspects of Indian heritage and tradition. Jyoti Nivas College inculcates a world view and broader outlook in life, aiming students for global citizenship and competence. Apart from academics, it also offers a wide range of co-curricular and extra-curricular activities which includes sports, music, quiz, elocution, dramatics and journalism, NCC, NSS, Bangalore Catholic Student Association, Rotaract Club and Adventure Club.
The college campus is spread across 38786.60 square meters. The campus consists of administrative block, degree block, post graduate block, pre-university block and a research centre.
The Jyoti Nivas College library was established in 1966 in Frazer Town. In 1976 the college shifted to Koramangala. The library was first housed in small room but then it was shifted to a large hall where it gradually developed into a building. Now the library has collection of books around 30,000 and 75 periodicals and journals. The library is spacious and well ventilated.
Counseling in JNC is a service area which provides non-judgmental, confidential, and supportive techniques.
Internet connectivity is through Cisco Router with 64 KBPS internet leased line
Bachelors of Arts (B.A): History, Economics, Sociology (HECOS) | History, English, Sociology (HENGS) | Psychology, Economics, Sociology (PECOS) | Psychology, English, Sociology (PENGS)
Bachelors of Arts (B.A) Vocational: Communicative English, Optional English, Psychology (CEOEP) | History, Economics, Travel and Tourism. (HETT)
English with one of the following languages: Kannada, Hindi, French, Additional English.
Bachelors of Science (B.Sc): Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics (PCM) | Mathematics, Electronics, Computer Science (MECs) | Physics, Mathematics, Electronics (PME) | Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science (PMCs) | Chemistry, Botany, Zoology (CBZ) | Biotechnology, Botany Chemistry (BtBC) | Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Genetics (BtBG) | Biotechnology, Chemistry, Genetics (BtCG) | Biotechnology, Chemistry, Zoology (BtCZ)
I language – English
II language – Kannada/Hindi/Sanskrit/French/Telegu/Urdu/Add-English/Tamil/Malyalam
Bachelors of Computer Applications (BCA):
I Language –English
Programming in C/data structures using C / Object oriented programming with C/Software engineering/ Database Management system/ Visual programming/UNIX/ System Analysis and Design and Analysis of Algorithm/operating system/data communication and Networking/Core Java Advanced Java.
Bachelors of Commerce (B.Com)
Bachelors of Tourism & Management (B.Com T.M)
I language- English
II language- Kannada/Hindi
Students should pass in their PUC examination or any other examination recognized as equivalent by Bangalore University. A minimum of 50% marks for Karnataka Students and 60% marks for outside students in qualifying examination is required to apply for admission to the college.
FOR FURTHER QUERIES ON ADMISSIONS PLEASE CONTACT THE CO-ORDINATOR IN THE ADMINISTRATIVE BLOCK:
Dr. Vanaja Malathy
Co-ordinator for Admissions
Mobile: +91 9886754713
Jyoti Nivas College inculcates a world view and broader outlook in life, aiming students for global citizenship and competence.
It has been ranked among the top private autonomous institutions in the EW India Autonomous Colleges Rankings 2020-21.
Jyoti Nivas College hostel is run by the Sisters of St. Joseph’s of Tarbes. The important rule of hostel and college is – consideration for others. Admission will be granted on fulfillment of the following conditions:
Admission to the college
Payment of hostel fees