Girls' college sans comparison

 The Government Girls’ Pre-University College in Malur has emerged as a college without a rival amid other government colleges.

Safety, library, computer facilities and a good environment are the hallmarks of this college. The college commenced in 2003-04 with just two rooms and 197 students. Today it has more than 1,200 girl students.

Students from not only Malur taluk, but also from the neighbouring places like Vokkaleri, Hoskote, Jadigenahalli, Devaragundi and other places of Kolar taluk have also been admitted to this college.

In the current academic year 40 students have been admitted in the science stream, 250 in arts and 230 in commerce section. In recent years there is a great demand for commerce seats.

With Government aid and the donation of philanthropists, 13 spacious classrooms have been constructed. There is an auditorium, toilets, three tanks for the supply of drinking water. Each classrooms has fans. There are good facilities for computer studies and library. There are a number of trees in the campus contributing to a clean and green environment.

The efforts of the lecturers in conducting special classes, group studies has helped in getting good results for the college. In 2011-12 as many as 1,131 (arts, science and commerce) students appeared for the II PUC examination securing 81 per cent passes.
The college is known for its distinct uniform, with girls wearing rose pink uniforms and badges, says Principal K Venkateshappa.

Once the students enter the college, they cannot go out until the college ends. A Unit has been set up to redress the grievances of the students. A library has been set up with corporate donation.

This academic year efforts are already on to achieve over 90 per cent result.

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