St. Teresa’s College (Autonomous), a leading womens college in Kerala, is dedicated to empowering its students and enhancing their lives. We give them a well-rounded education that enables them to participate actively in community life. Women’s education is essential to establishing a nation, and for the past 100 years, we have been teaching young women from various social strata.

The way we think about education needs to change to better meet today’s students’ requirements, and we work to provide them with the skill sets they need to handle whatever obstacles they may face. St. Teresa’s College (Autonomous), a top ranked college in Kerala, is an excellent choice for those looking for quality education in Ernakulam, Kerala.

St. Teresa’s College (Autonomous) Kerala has ranked 45th in NIRF Rankings 2021

St. Teresa’s College (Autonomous) in Kerala

has ranked 45th in NIRF Rankings 2021 for Colleges, published by National Institutional Ranking Framework under the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD).

Teresa’s College (Autonomous) RANKINGS

2021- Ranked 45th in College Category  

2020- Ranked 47th in College Category  

2019- Ranked 64th in College Category  

2018- Ranked 76th in College Category  

2017- Ranked 70th in College Category

National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) 

The NIRF was established by the Honourable Minister of Human Resource Development. The framework outlines a strategy for ranking institutions across the country.

The honorable human resource development minister introduced it on September 29, 2015.

This framework provides a mechanism for classifying educational institutions across the nation. To determine the broad criteria for rating different colleges and institutions, the process is based on the overall recommendations and general understanding reached by a Core Committee established by MHRD. The requirements include a wide range of topics, including 

  • Teaching, Learning, and Resources
  • Graduation Outcomes
  •  Research and Professional Practices
  •  Outreach and Inclusivity 
  • Perception