The CSI Madhya Kerala Diocese had a golden opportunity to uphold the great traditions of the Church Missionary Society in the field of education in 1964 when the Government of Kerala announced the need to start Junior Colleges in the State. Bishop M.M. John, the then Bishop of the Diocese , took the important decision to start a new junior College in the southern part of the Diocese. His historic decision was viewed as a divine intervention to uphold the Christian values in a changing world. He named the College BISHOP MOORE COLLEGE, in honour of the late Rt. Rev. Edward Alfred Livingstone Moore, the fourth Anglican Bishop of the Diocese of Travancore-Cochin.
A well-known proverb reads thus ‘If you are planning for a year, sow rice; if you are planning for a decade, plant trees; if you are planning for a lifetime, educate people’. Today, I believe that for India to be a ...Read more
Justice C.T. Ravikumar was born on January 06, 1960 in Peermadu, Kerala. He Graduated in Zoology from Bishop Moore College, Mavelikara and obtained his LL.B degree from Government Law College, Calicut. He was enrolled as ...
The College has become an active hub of research and innovation with well-equipped laboratories, large number of publications in international journals, a number of research projects, the research facilities being ...Read more
Industry Institute Linkage Training Programme: The college is a learning centre of the CCEK Vocational Training Programme Through College Network, Kerala offering vocational training programmes in the campusRead more
The college collaborates with industries and various reputed institutions and agencies through formal agreement or understanding in order to maintain a closer contact wit...Read more
College offers 11 degree programmes, six PG programmes and two research programmes. It offers its research facilities to other institutions and offers opportunities to st...Read more
The college is registered as an IRINS instance developed by the Information and Library Network (INFLIBNET) Centre.. IRINS is web-based Research Information Management (RIM)....Read more