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Bishop Heber College,


Tiruchirappalli
Short History
 The Heber Memorial School
became a full-fledged high
school in 1864 and sent its
pupils for the Matriculation
Examination.
 In 1873 the School was raised
to a Second Grade College
and in 1882 it became a First
Grade College. It was then
known as SPG College.
 It was the first college to be
established in Tiruchirappalli.
Honors courses in History and
Mathematics were introduced
in 1925.
 The College came to be
known as Bishop Heber
College in the late 1920's and
its Diamond Jubilee was
celebrated in 1926 under the
presidentship of the Governor
of Madras, Lord Goschen.
Academic Pursuits
 The College now offers 11
UG, 14 PG and Several
Diploma courses of study
besides research programs
leading to M.Phil. and
Ph.D.
 The College has been
accredited with 5 stars by
the National Assessment
and Accreditation Council
on 21st May 2001. Now, it
is graded as A+
 The University Grants
Commission, New Delhi
and Bharathidasan
University, Tiruchirappalli,
granted Automated
Autonomy to our College
during 2004-2005.
UG Courses – History and
Civilization
 Indian Civilization and
culture :
 Human Rights
 Modern India
 Tourism Marketing
 Panchayatraj (Local
Government)
 Nationalism in Asia in the
20th Century
 Tourism & Travel
Management
 Ecology, Environment &
Tourism Computer
Application To Tourism
 Indian Archeology and
temple architecture
UG - Economics

 Principles of
General Insurance
in India  
 Fiscal Economics
 International
Economics
 History of Eco.
Thought
 Environmental
Economics
 Computer
Application in
Economics  
English Language and
Literature
 Indian & European
Classics in
translation
 Indian writing in
English
 Journalism
 Translation
 Spoken English,
French etc
 Contextual
Literature
PG - Language and
Literature - Tamil
 Sangam Literature
 Modern Literature in
India
 Folklore
 Dravidian Literature
 Creative Literature
 Nattupura Illakkiam
 Comparative
Literature
 Feminism
 Dalit Literature
 Ecology and
Literature
 Anthropology –
Native and the world
PG – English Literature

 English
Language
Teaching,
 Communicative
Skills in English
 Contextual
Journalism
 Eco-Literature
and
 Gender Studies
at the Post-
PG – MSW – Social work
 Rural, urban and tribal
development
 Youth, family, geriatric
and child issues
 Physical and mental
health social problems
like drug abuse and
AIDS,
 Courses related to
morale, Job-
satisfaction,
absenteeism, HRD,
TQM, ISO,
 Counseling
PG – Environmental
Science
 Pollution monitoring and
management
 Environmental health
problems.
 River Water Quality
Monitoring,
 Environmental Assessment
using Remote Sensing and
GIS,
 Environmental Impact
Analysis and Assessment,
Noise Pollution, Air
Pollution, Solid Waste
Management, and
 Conservation of
Endangered plants and
Biological Control.
Tie-up Programs – Heber Au sable
Institute of Environmental Studies and
Liverpool Hope University, UK

 Environmental
Education
Program
 Appropriate
Technologies
Program
www.bhc.ac.in and www.bhc.edu.in
Email: Michael Premkumar (mdpk99@hotmail.com) , the
liaison officer

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