INFRA STRUCTURE OVERVIEW
Bishop Cotton Women’s Christian College was established in 1987 at St. Marks Road where it shared the campus with Bishop Cotton Girls’ School. It moved to its present location on Mission Road in 1999. Keeping in mind the need for constant growth and expansion the college and management has engaged in continuous construction and enhancement of physical facilities. The college is located in the heart of Bangalore city and has an area of 9979 square metres of land. It houses the Undergraduate Commerce, Humanities and Science blocks. The Management Studies and PG programmes (M. Com and M.Sc.- Psychology,M.A - English) are housed in a separate block opposite the College in the Karnataka Central Diocese- HRD Centre. (Owned by the Management).
The blocks comprise classrooms which have LCD facilities, laboratories for the Undergraduate and Post-Graduate courses, a well-furnished administrative office, library, staff rooms, canteen, chapel and a seminar hall with a seating capacity of 500 people. The college has laboratory facilities for Computer Science, Psychology, Physics and Electronics, Chemistry, Botany, Bio-Technology, Home Science, Nutrition and Dietetics, Commerce, Mathematics and English Language Learning that use modern equipment to meet the needs of the courses offered. The college has an open air stage which is used for assemblies and cultural programmes A hostel for women is located off campus at a distance of less than 4km. The college premises and classrooms are under CCTV surveillance. There is an extension counter of Union Bank to cater to the banking requirements of the institution. Five water purifiers provide clean drinking water for students.
Sanitary pad vending machines cum incinerator has been installed in the washrooms on the ground and first floor. The First- Aid cum Recovery room has three beds and a stock of basic first- aid medicines. An MOU has been signed with C.S.I Hospital for the provision of a Doctor and Nurse on call basis. A recent addition is the establishment of a Language Lab for the enhancement of language skills. It was originally set up with 10 computer stations but has been upgraded to cater to 32 students with the Clarity Language Learning software.