It is my pleasure to be informed that our PU College is celebrating its 10th year anniversary. I would like to congratulate the management and the entire team on this occasion and pray that the institution receives all the success it deserves in its forth coming years.

I’m blessed to be a Carmelite, because the knowledge that I have gained in this journey of 14 years in the same campus since LKG (2003) and the way this institution brings up every child is commendable. I initially selected the college for the reason that I wanted to study statistics, and Carmel was my only option. But as the days passed by, I realised that even though the college was newly formed (5 years back in 2015) in was nevertheless in its experiences and facilities .The conceptual teaching that I have received in the college for a period of 2 years regarding the various aspects of commerce like accountancy, statistics, business studies and economics was so strong, and that is the reason I got motivated to take up a professional course in commerce. I have cleared my CPT and intermediate exams in 2017 and 2018 respectively and I’m currently pursuing my articleship training (internship).

The seniors of our college have been scoring cent marks in various subjects in the board exams securing district ranks and I’m glad to be one of them. We really feel very happy when we get to know that our juniors are coming out with flying colours and outstanding performances in their exams. Along with the well-versed lectures for our academics, the college also has various other curriculum activities which really helpedme for personality and soft skill developments. The student-friendly staff, library, sports, vast infrastructure, well-equipped labs, auditorium, student’s parliament, assemblies, stage programmes, competitions, fun-weeks, talents day and many more makes our college unique. I always cherish being a part of this institute.

My father says…,

My father, Udaychand Jain, also adds “Choosing the school and college for our child is the toughest decision, but when my daughter completed her studies from Carmel school and college, I felt that my decision was worth it. There was very little for me and wife to teach to our children as most of the moral education like social behaviour, discipline, morality, manners and humanitywere taught in the institute itself. And PUC being a girls’ college, I always felt secured. I also congratulate the college staff on its 10th year of success and pray the lord to shower you with all the success and growth.”