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JMJ College For Women (Autonomous), Tenali

About J.M.J College For Women

Vision

Our vision is to educate, enrich and empower the young girls, nurturing their academic excellence, fostering spiritual growth, and instilling noble principles to shape them to integrated forces for change, both at home and in society.

Mission

JMJ Higher Education aims to promote the intellectual development of rural youth, particularly those who are socially and economically marginalized, enabling them to serve society. We aim to cultivate competence, commitment, and compassion, moulding dynamic leaders and global citizens.



Aims & Objectives


Transforming girls into women of character and wisdom.
Modulating thoughts toward service and order.
Igniting minds with intellect and elegance.
Empowering hearts to lead with compassion and innovation.
Inculcating spiritual values essential for societal leadership.



Our Inspirational Journey


In its infancy, JMJ College faced formidable challenges, yet with divine providence and the support of visionaries like Sri Alapati Venkataramaih, former Cabinet Minister for Local Administration, A.P., and Sri Kanneganti Reddamma, then President of the Central Bank of Co-operative Society, Tenali, paved the way forward.

The foundation stone for the college's first wing was laid in December 1963 by Mother Marie-de-Montfort, the Superior General of the Society, and Sri Alapati Venkataramaiah. By 1965, it launched B.Sc courses and relocated to a permanent site, gaining UGC recognition.

Under the visionary leadership of Rev. Sr. Anna Maria Gali, the first Principal, the college flourished, adding infrastructure and academic offerings. In 1969, Intermediate courses were introduced, further enhancing educational opportunities.

In 1976, the college was affiliated with Acharya Nagarjuna University, solidifying its academic standing. By 1982, the General Inspection Committee, led by Prof. D. Bhaskar Reddy, then Vice Chancellor of Acharya Nagarjuna University, recognized JMJ College as one of the best in the university.

Today, JMJ College epitomizes resilience and excellence, molding intellectually competent, morally upright, socially committed, and spiritually inspired women in the spirit of Christian humanism.