WELCOME TO MES PRE-UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
M.E.S (Mysore Education Society) College was started in 1956-57 as an intermediate college by five enlightened citizens Sri GAAcharya, Sri M Chinnaswamy, Prof M.P.L Sastry, Prof B.R. Subba Rao and Smt Vimala Rangachar. It is now a full fledged Degree college, P.G. Centre the mathematics and research center in applied mathematics.
As a premier institution it has been imparting quality education for the past five decades. The college is a four floor stone structure with an annex to accommodate the growing strength of students. Anybody who enters this college will feel and experience the silken touch of care, compassion and concern which embody the philosophy of learning pursued here. Consequently character, confidence and credibility evolve.
The college has grown over the years keeping pace with the global changes yet preserving Indian tradition and culture. The college starts its daily routine with a prayer followed by announcements,covering instructions, felicitations and congratulations to achievers in all fields. Highly qualified, experienced and dedicated teachers motivate the students and contribute to their overall development. The teachers are mentors as well.
A group of enlightened citizens of Malleshwaram felt a need to open a college in Malleshwaram particularly to provide facilities to girl students, who had to go as far as Maharanis College for their courses in higher learning. The founders Sri G A Acharya, Prof B R Subba Rao, Sri M Chinnaswamy, Sri M R Narasimha Iyengar, Prof M P L Sastry and Smt Vimala Rangachar responded to this need by starting an intermediate college in 15th Cross, Malleshwaram, and started the institution in 1956-57 with a student strength of 68. Read More..
Today there is a growing emphasis on job-oriented education which underlines the growing demand for ‘training’ so that at the end of the course, one’s placement becomes possible or one can secure gainful employment effortlessly. The present day hue and cry for ‘relevance’ of higher education has to be understood in terms of ‘whether a given course adds to employability of a trained person’? Naturally core issues like ‘creativity and criticality’- the processes of higher education ought to be focused upon. Read More