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Pope John Paul II College of Education

Pope John Paul II College of Education
Entrance of the college
Entrance of the college
Motto in English Let Your Light Shine
Established July 23, 1986 (1986-07-23)
Type Private College
Religious affiliation Catholic Church
Chairman Archbishop Antony Anandarayar
Principal Rev.Fr.Dr.J.Paul
Academic staff 58
Admin. staff 6
Students 920
Undergraduates 320 annual intake
Postgraduates 65 annual intake
Location Pondicherry (city), Puducherry, India
Campus Urban
Affiliations Pondicherry University
Website .org.popejohnpaulcollegewww

Pope John Paul II College of Education is a private educational institution owned by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Pondicherry and Cuddalore. The college is governed by the board of directors of Archdiocese of Pondicherry and Cuddalore (Le Conseil D'Administration De L'Archdocese De Pondicherry).[1]

The institution is affiliated to Pondicherry University (Central University)and is the only institution accredited with A by NAAC in Puducherry.


Bachelor of Education


Integrated Courses:

  • B.A.,B.Ed., English
  • B.Sc.,B.Ed., Mathematics
  • B.Sc.,B.Ed., Computer Science
  • B.Com.,B.Ed., Commerce


  1. ^ Administration of the College
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