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BA - Hindi Literature | Hindi - Presidency College


Presidency College, India

  • Country: India
  • Level: UG
  • Mode: On Campus
  • Fees: Contact Institute
  • Medium: Full time
Programme description
TBA
Admission requirements
TBA
Programme content
TBA
About this College
Presidency College, India

It had taken, decades for the College to take shape. At the behest of Sir Thomas Munro a Committee of public instruction was formed in 1826. In 1836 the duties of the Committee of public instruction was taken over by "The Committee of Native Education." The plan drawn up by the Committee did not commend themselves to Lord Elphinstone who in turn proposed nineteen resolutions which were passed unanimously. "The Madras University to consist of two principal departments, a College for the Higher Branches of Literature, Philosophy and Science, and a High School for the Cultivation of English Literature and of the vernacular languages of India and the elementary departments of Philosophy and Science". On 22nd April 1852 the then Governor, Fort. St. George Sir Henry Pottinger, Constituted a body called the 'University Board' with a President and sixteen members. In the beginning of 1853, the institution entered upon the second epoch in its history. It underwent reorganisation and was developed downwards and upwards. TM High School classes were rearranged, a primary school was established and a separate collegiate department was instituted.In 1855 the collegiate department was transferred to the newly created Department of Public Instruction and the Institution formally received its present name Presidency College. With the removal of ban on starting law classes the college started law classes as well. The year 1857 marks the beginning of the third epoch in the history of the College. The present University of Madras was founded in 1857.It always be a source of pride to Presidency College that it is the mother of the University of Madras. From 1857 onwards, the College has been providing instruction in the courses prescribed by the University. The president and Governor of the University of Madras wanted to provide adequate buildings for the University. In 1864, designs for a big building to accommodate Presidency College were called for and a prize of Rs.3000/‑ was offered to the best design. The foundation stone a new college building on the Marina was laid on October 1867 by His Excellency Lord Napier, The Governor of Madras. The College took three years to build and on its completion the opening ceremony was performed by his Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh on 25th March 1870. The College which had been offering instructions at the B.A. level, started in 1911 Honours Classes in English, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry; Botany, Zoology, Sanskrit and History. It was also at this time the College began to provide instruction in the M.A. Degree Course. Presidency College was the first to undertake these Honours and Post Graduate Courses in all the subjects in the Faculty of Arts.
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