History

1964

All Saints’ College is founded by Rev. Mother Mary Loiuse, CCR with the approbation of the Rt. Rev. Dr. V.V. Dereere, OCD, Bishop of Trivandrum. The College begins functioning in the Holy Angels’ premises on 6 July 1964 with Miss Margaret P. Paulose as Principal and 277 students in the First Year Pre-Degree class.

1965

On 15 May His Excellency the Most Rev. James R. Knox, Apostolic Internuncio to India lays the foundation stone of the first block of the College at Chackai, the permanent campus.

1967

The College is shifted to the new campus at Chackai on 10 January. It is upgraded on 24 July with the introduction of Degree Courses in English, History, Economics, Mathematics, Chemistry and Zoology.

1980

B.Sc. Botany and B.Com Degree Courses are offered for the first time in July.

1982

The College receives sanction to commence the postgraduate course in English Language and Literature.

1993

The first batch of B.Sc. Physics students begins the course.

1995

M. Com. is the second postgraduate course to be introduced in College.

1999

The B.A. (Restructured) Course in Communicative English is introduced. The postgraduate course in M. Sc. Environmental Sciences commences as a multidisciplinary course managed by the Department of Botany.

2001

The College is accredited by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) in July.

2008

The College is reaccredited by NAAC with grade B (2.81) in March.

2011

The College is selected as a centre for the Kerala State IT Mission (KSITM) programme, “Skill Enhancement Computer Training and Women’s Resource Centre in Colleges of Kerala” in January.

The postgraduate course in M. Sc Environmental Sciences – which was initially a self-financing course – is regularized with the approval of the Government of Kerala. The Postgraduate Department of Environmental Sciences is constituted as a separate department from 11 October following the appointment of four Assistant Professors in the same.

2012

All Saints’ College is one of the three colleges in Kerala under the Star College Scheme. This is a scheme initiated by the Department of Biotechnology (DBT) under the Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India to nurture excellence in undergraduate Science.

M. Com. is the second postgraduate course to be introduced in College.

2013

The College celebrates its Golden Jubilee marking 50 years of academic excellence and service. A debt of gratitude is owed to the leaders who have made the institution what it is today.

2014 : The B.Com (Travel & Tourism) Course is introduced. The College is recognised as an IGNOU Study Centre (Code : 40028) in January. The centre offers degree courses in Social Work (BSW), Commerce (B.Com) as well as postgraduate courses in English (MEG), Economics (MEC), Commerce (M.Com), History (MAH), Social Work (MSW), Women and Gender Studies (MAWGS). A one-month course in Computer Literacy (CLP) is also offered. A debt of gratitude is owed to the leaders who have made the institution what it is today. 

The inaugural function of the Golden Jubilee celebrations is held on 7th September 2014

2015: The valedictory function of the Golden Jubilee celebrations is held on 30th October 2015

2016: The college faces its third cycle of accredition by NAAC

Managers

Rev. Mother Mary Louise 1964 -1975

Rev. Mother Mary Angela 1975 -1995

Rev. Mother Mary Frances 1996 - 2011

Rev. Mother Mary Elma 2011-

Principals

Miss Margaret P. Paulose (1964-1969)

Sr. Mary Amata (1969-1972)

Dr. Sr. Mary Alice (1972-1987)

Rev. Mother Mary Frances (1987-1996)

Sr. Mary Laurentia (1996-2000)

Rev. Mother Mary Frances ( 2000-2002)

Dr. Esther Jayanthi (2002-2007)

Dr. Mabil P.S. (2007-2012)

Dr. Mary Mettilda Rose V (2012-2013)

Ms. Susan Edel Lopez (2013-2014)

Dr. Mariamma A. T. (2014-2015)

Dr. Sheela Mary Xavier (2015-2016)

Dr. Jessy Jose (2016-2017)

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