Empowering Rural Education
Celebrating 10 years at Manorama Junior College

"I began my teaching career here in 2013, this is not just a job, I have found my calling." Neeta Borde, teacher
The Manorama Junior College was established to encourage girls in the rural areas to continue their education beyond 10th Standard. It opened on July 24, 2013 with 42 11th standard girls. 10 years later, over 1000 students have graduated.

The College prides itself on providing a conducive learning environment with spacious classrooms, a library, science and IT labs. Students enter having passed their 10th Std Board Exams, and can choose to join the Arts, Science of Commerce stream. Smarukkhi, our current Head Girl says, “Discipline is central in our college. Students are well cared for and our teachers are mentors… I enjoy everything, from morning assembly through all our activities.

As we mark our colleges successful ten-year journey, I aim to provide our students with greater opportunities for personal growth and discovery. I’m committed to expanding their horizons by exposing them to a myriad of career possibilities through education and participation in career fetes empowering them to make informed decisions about their education after graduating.

In future there is a need for additional classrooms as more courses are added and the roll increases. We are excited by our plans to introduce language courses. There are also plans to introduce practical short-term courses such as mechanics, carpentry, photography, graphic design etc. These courses will empower our students to flourish in areas they are truly interested in, enabling a brighter future for all.

Primala Dongre (Principal)