Bishop Abraham Memorial college
Mallapally, Pathanamthitta (Dist.)
Kerala – 689 597
Bishop Abraham Memorial College started its dedicated service to the cause of higher education on 28th June 1965 with 13 teaching & 7 non teaching staff and 371 students. It is owned by the Bishop Abraham Memorial Trust Association registered under the Travancore-Cochin Literary, Scientific and Charitable Societies Act (Act XII of 1955 as S No. 3 of 1965).
B.A.M college is named after Bishop Abraham Mar Thoma Metropolitan, that saintly soul who dedicated his life for the spread of the values of the Kingdom of God. For him life was to wear out than to rust out. The institution upholds these ideals and conveys the student community that devotion to truth and disciplined behaviour are the prime requirements for the successful life.
Far from the maddening crowd of towns and cities, still unpolluted with the infiltration of the vile and vicious influences, the B. A. M. College is perched upon a lovely hill.In the near distance twists and flows river Manimala, a silver stream in an abundant sea of undulating green.The peaceful and rural atmosphere has been a stage setter for the unique formation that B.A.M. stands for. We have been insisting on the integral development of the person through education. While giving a free rein of thought, we make the students understand eternal truths which are far beyond the flights and falls of intellect.
Bachelor of Arts
- Malayalam / Hindi
Bachelor of Science:
- Malayalam / Hindi
- Computer applications
Bachelor of Commerce:
- Malayalam / Hindi
- Travel & Tourism
- Computer application
- Master of Arts
- Master of Commerce
- Master of Science
National Service Scheme:
The NSS functions under the Ministry of Human Resourse Development. The National Service Scheme has been functioning in the college since 1975. It is a voluntary organisation designed to create a community consciousness among the students and to channelise their energy and enthusiasm into constructive fields. At present two units of NSS function under the leadership of Dr. Sini Jacob & Sri. Ens Mathews who are the Programme Officers.
National Cadet Corps:
NCC is india’s largest youth organisation, Which is continuously trained towards its motto of national unity and self discipline, and to develop qualities of character, Courage, Comradeship, discipline, leadership, secular outlook, spirit of adventure and sportsmanship and the ideals of selfless services among the youth to make them useful citizens. The NCC functions in two wings (Army) – men’s and women’s. Parades are held from 0900 to 1325 hrs every saturday. Anil Kumar S is the NCC Officer
The association functions under the guidance of the department of Physical Education. It takes care of physical education of the student which includes training in sports and games and giving formal physical exercise. It also gives coaching in various events and liaisons the participation in various inter-collegiate competitions. All the students of the college shall be the ordinary members and the staff shall be the honorary members of the BAM College Athletic Association. It conducts the college Annual Sports Meet. It also conducts various individual and teamwise competitions.
All the degree and postgraduate students in Botany are the members of the Association. Its objectives are to foster and encourage an attitude of curiosity, appreciation and enquiry of life forms and also to inculcate the concept of conservation of the biosphere. Debates, discussion and seminars are some of the regular activities of the association. The association also conduct educational tours for the in situ study of the plants
All the degree students of History are members of this association. Its objective is to create awareness among students about the historical developments in the world and analyse them with a historical sense. Debates, discussion and seminars are some of the regular activities of the Association.
All the undergraduate and postgraduate students are members of the Association. Its objective is to promote awareness among the students about the recent developments in business, industry and co-operative sector. Debates, discussions, seminars, competitions, study tours and visit to industries are the major activities of the Association