About Us


Michael Job College of Arts & Science for Women was established in 2004 and is approved by Tamil Nadu Government Collegiate Education and is affiliated to Bharathiar University. The college offers graduation and post-graduation in many streams including Computers, Commerce, Science and Arts. The medium of instruction is English. We have student strength of about 500 and growing! Because of the college’s comprehensive offerings, its talented and dedicated faculty, and its support curriculum, it enjoys a great reputation and goodwill.

By virtue of our work with young minds year on year, we have realized that the turmoil that adolescents experience requires a focussed, concerted effort. As the lines separating childhood and adulthood disappear, our youth faces a myriad of dilemmas not just in their academics but also social interactions and personal management. As many of our children come from under privileged back grounds we see them being painfully unsure of their future. We spend time with our students to help them feel free, express, be heard, and seek solutions. We conduct various workshops and class room sessions, collaborative activities to help them transform into emotionally strong, confident youth, ready to take on the world.


The MJC College of Arts & Science for Women is affiliated to Bharathiar University, with an approval from the Tamil Nadu Government Department of Collegiate Education.

Mission and Quality Ideals

The Michael Job College of Arts & Science for Women is driven to provide excellent educational opportunities to young women, so as to empower them to meet and exceed any challenges that may await them in the ‘real world’. The College aims to mould self-reliant women of character, who go on to actively participate in shaping the future of our world. The Michael Job College of Arts & Science for Women is committed to cater to the changing and challenging needs of society and industry, with the following objectives:

  • Contributing to the academic standing and overall development of MJC students
  • Maintaining state-of-the-art infrastructure and a congenial learning environment
  • Encouraging the MJC faculty to strive towards adopting modern and innovative methods in the teaching-learning process
  • Inculcating moral and ethical values among students and staff
  • Collaborating with industry professionals and other institutions for mutual benefit
  • Disseminating quality technical knowledge in the region through

History of MJC Institutes

Michael & John Job Centre (MJC) is a group of non-profit institutions, working dedicatedly to transform the lives of underprivileged girls through education. Since its establishment in 2004, the MJC has transformed the lives of young women. A prominent regional centre of academic excellence and professional achievement, the MJC now has a High School, an Arts & Science College, a B.Ed & M.Ed College and a home for the economically challenged, under its wing.

The journey of MJC began with the vision of one man – Dr. P P Job, a revered leader of the Christian community. The unfortunate and untimely passing of his son Michael Job in 1999, led Dr. Job to reflect upon how he could add meaning to the life of others. He decided to devote his life to become a godfather for those in need. For him, opening an orphanage or a home for the destitute was not enough. His aim was to use education, which would be a long lasting investment towards empowering lives and helping young girls chart their own success stories. As a result, MJC became a place where an economically challenged student could join in kindergarten, and step out armed with a degree,and a job offer in hand. A graduate at MJC experiences, in addition to academics, a digitsed learning environment, mentorship from distinguished industry professionals, spoken english coaching, life after college training for better integration into the workplace and much more. The goal for MJC is to mould young girls into confident women, ready to take on their world.

Through the Love in Action Society, MJC sponsors education and boarding for the economically challenged girl child, but its doors are open to any student with an urge to learn. The institution attracts students from all backgrounds, including those who can study here by paying a regular fee. This creates a diverse, multicultural community for MJC girls to grow up in and become responsible members of society.