The Quaid-E-Millath Government college for Women was founded as a school in the middle of the Eighteenth Century by Ghulam Ghouse Khan Bahadur, the last Nawab of the Carnatic. In 1901, the British Government bought Umdah Bagh, the present campus and raised the Madarasa Institution to the status of a college, calling it the Government Mohamedan College. His Excellency, Lord Erskine,Governor of Madras opened the present main building on November 29th, 1934, 25% of non-Muslims were admitted from 1938.


Befitting the motto ‘Endeavour to Enlighten’ the institution is committed to serve the cause of women’s education in terms of educational enlightenment and social empowerment.


To impart quality education with a view to future employment and inculcate self-learning so that learning becomes a life-long process with a special focus on the empowerment of women.

Goals & Objectives
  • To provide an environment that facilitates the teaching ??learning process.
  • To achieve excellence in education in the sciences, humanities and commerce Studies with need curriculum.
  • To inculcate moral and social responsibility through value education.
  • To equip students with marketable skills through add on courses in order to enable them to function in a competitive professional sphere.
Institutional Core Values
  • High focus on character development through learning and leadership experiences.
  • Escalating the diversity of the institution in all possible dimensions.
  • Administration invloving tolerance, freedom of expression and celebration of other cultures through justifiable committments.
  • Adherence to the highest standards of honesty, fairness, trust and integrity.
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