Indira Priyadarshini Govt. Degree College for Women, Nampally, Hyderabad, is a NAAC accredited ‘A’ grade college with CGPA 3.12 and ISO certified. The college is now going for Autonomy. Our campus is totally ragging-free. It is a sterling landmark of Higher Education in Telangana State.
This college is established in the year 1981 with the prime motive of ensuring quality education within the reach of poor and downtrodden urban students. Students come with wide range of social status hailing from all the corners of the twin cities and surrounding districts.
The institution had a humble beginning in an old building with a few teachers and about 300 girls. Now the institution emerged with an excellent infrastructure, Buildings, Library, Laboratories, High end computers etc. The college grew by leaps and bounds and successfully completed the journey of forty years.
The institution stands on an eleven acre campus, shared by Junior College and High school which is donated by the erstwhile Nizam Dynasty, towards the education of young, under-privileged women. An exclusive 5 acres of land was allotted for the degree college and the building was constructed with Rs. 95 lakhs from the MPLAD funds.
The college has been inculcating the most pragmatic and idealistic education to more than 2000 students presently in the wide spectrum of Science, Arts and Commerce with CBCS curriculum in English and Urdu media. Committed and dedicated faculty is striving for the overall development of girl students. The college also makes great efforts to maintain an environment which encourages all employees to upgrade their personal and professional goals.
The college offers a wide array of facilities and student support services ranging from labs to research facilities, grounds to gymnasium, and class-rooms to knowledge centres. TSKC organizes placement drives every year facilitating placements to the students in various companies. The institution has become a sacred icon to the students of the past generation and an endeared place of learning to the contemporary students of the region.