The Growth of St. Teresa’s College as a Higher Education Institute after Independence

During World War ll, the College buildings were commandeered by the Army and converted into a military hospital and were reoccupied by the College only by 1946. With the dawn of Independence of the country in 1947, there was a tremendous rise in the enrollment in our institutions of higher education; and St. Teresa’s College generously took its share in the process of democratization of University education. The growth of the institution during the post-independence era was tremendous both in quality and quantity.

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Published On: November 21st, 1940Categories: History Of College, Public News