Keeping to the spirit of our founder, Saint Chavara Kuriakose Elias, we dream of forming empowered teachers who lead a life imbued in faith in God, realizing their full potential, and passionately contributing to build a learned society rooted in love and unity.
The college strives for the integral liberation of women through life oriented education, transforming them to responsible citizens who respond proactively to global challenges with courage and commitment, build a just social order, and be stewards of this universe as modeled in the person of Jesus Christ.
The Dove above the crest signifies peace, holiness and enlightenment and it symbolizes the Holy Spirit, the source of all wisdom.
The bunch of Lillies stands for purity which should be the chief characteristic of a true seeker of wisdom.
The National Flag is a symbol of patriotism denoting Sacrifice, Purity and Service. It also signifies passionate love and unending compassion for humanity.
The emblem with the crown and cross at the centre signifies that there is no crown without crosses.
The shaded and light region in the emblem represents the transition from the darknes to light – the light which is the source of enlightenment.
The 3 stars represent the 3 cardinal values ‘Truth, Love and Justice’.
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