About RBVRR Women's College

Raja Bahadur Venkata Rama Reddy Women’s College was established in 1954 by Hyderabad Mahila Vidhya Sangham (HMVS) — a non-profit educational society with a vision to empower women through quality education. The College is the second oldest women’s college in the city of Hyderabad. The College owes its existence to the foresight of Sri. Raja Bahadur Venkata Rama Reddy, Kotwal (Commissioner of Police) of the erstwhile Hyderabad State, who believed that modern education is the most appropriate vehicle for emancipation and advancement of women. His vision was translated to reality by the untiring efforts of Sri Burgula Ramakrishna Rao, the first Chief Minister of erstwhile Hyderabad State, Shri Madapati Hanumantha Rao, former Mayor of Hyderabad and Chairman of the Legislative Council A.P, and Shri K.V. Ranga Reddy, former Deputy Chief Minister of A.P, who were the pioneers in propagating women education in the State.

The College is centrally located in the City of Hyderabad with a lovely and sprawling campus; 6 buildings; 48 classrooms; 31 science laboratories; 13 staff rooms and a campus hostel for students from rural areas. Presently, 17 different UG programs and 5 PG programs are offered under Semester and Choice Based Credit System (CBCS). Besides, several Life Skills, career oriented, skill enhancement and certificate courses are also offered as value addition. 22 certificate courses are also offered. The college has NCC and NSS units. The sports activities are conducted under the supervision of a Physical Directress. The faculty strength is 109 out of which 29 teachers have Ph.D. degree, 3 have M.Phil. degree and 24 have NET/ SET certification. The college is supported by 53 non-teaching and support staff. The college encourages meritorious students by awarding gold medals, merit scholarships, rolling shields and cash prizes