• Established In : 1968
    Affiliated To : Osmania University
    Website : www.sfc.ac.in
    Address : St. No - 6, Uma Nagar , Begumpet, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India - 500016

St. Francis College, Hyderabad is one of the oldest institutes for women in India established in the year 1968 by the congregation of the sisters of charity (Italy). The institute is located in the capital of Andhra Pradesh i.e. Hyderabad. St. Francis College for Women has been accredited with by 5 stars by NAAC and reaccredited by with grade A in the year 2006.

The college holds the distinction of being the premier college in Hyderabad to get autonomy from UGC.  Since past 44 years, the college has been imparting quality higher education. It has gained a wide recognition for its exceptional contribution to society by generating highly qualified professionals in different domains not only nationally but also internationally.

It is affiliated to the Osmania University and endows a wide variety of undergraduate courses in Arts, Commerce and Science such as B.A (Bachelor in Arts), B.com (Bachelor in Commerce), B.Sc (Bachelor in Science), Bachelor of Management Studies and many more.

 

NIRF Ranking 2019 - 95

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For enrolling to any undergraduate courses, the candidates should have passed higher secondary exams from any stream. The college offers well equipped and modern infrastructure to both, students as well as teaching staffs. It has spacious class rooms, conference halls with highly furnished interiors. The institute also has well maintained library that has a wide variety of books on different subjects for students. There is also hostel facility for the students.
 

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After the completion of courses, the institute assists the students in making placements that help the candidates to take a step towards their bright future.

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St. No - 6,
Uma Nagar ,
Begumpet,
Hyderabad,
Andhra Pradesh,
India - 500016

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