• Innovation and Excellence in Higher Education
  • Fostering Women to become global compatible
  • Participation of Women for National Development and Integration
  • Upliftment of Socio-Economic condition of Women
  • Gender Equity and Women Empowerment


  • Gender Equity and Women Empowerment through value based and skill-oriented Education
  • Research and Training through innovation
  • Diversity to meet the Educational, National and Global Education needs

Welcome to S. Kula Women’s College

S. Kula Women’s College was established in the year 1981 under the foundership of Sharva Shri Sanasam Kula Singh. It was registered under the Societies of Registration Act, 1860 with an initial objective to disseminate knowledge of higher education to the women especially in the rural areas of Nambol under Bishnupur District of the State of Manipur. Located at Nambol, 15 km from the Imphal city on the southern side along the Tiddim Road (NH- No 150), S. Kula Women’s College has since progressed to become one of the top performing colleges in Manipur. The college is affiliated to the Manipur University in 1987 and recognized by the University Grants Commission under Section 2(f) and 12(b) of the UGC Act in 1996. The college has grown impressively over the years from its humble beginnings as a small private college offering courses upto P.U. level with a few subjects to being a college with remarkable progress with an impressive infrastructure and offering several value added courses like B.Sc. Biotechnology, B.Sc. Food Processing Technology, Bachelor of Computer Application, 12 Career Oriented Courses in the subjects relevant to socio-economic needs, Foundation and Certificate Courses in Human Rights & Duties Education, Human Development and Women’s Studies to be able to achieve the mission of women empowerment and gender equity. The college was conferred “Colleges with Potential for Excellence” award by the UGC in the year, 2006, and subsequently the college could achieve NAAC Grade “B++” in 2012, as a first of its kind in Manipur. The college has represented the State of Manipur at the Digital Launch Programme of RUSA inaugurated by the Honb’le HRD Minister Prakash Javedakar form Delhi on 17 April 2017.

The college is now a full-fledged Government college under the Directorate of University and Higher Education, Government of Manipur since 2019. Earlier it was a Government Aided college (since 2011) run under the management of a Governing Body. The college had been receiving Financial Assistance from the University Grants Commission for the Infrastructural and academic development of the college since the VIII-Plan onwards.

Spread over an area of 8.74 acres, the college campus is wifi-enabled with classroom fitted with LCDs and Smartboards. The college has a computer centre, 10 Science laboratories, two multipurpose Halls (one with sports facilities) and an air-conditioned Conference hall with video-conferencing facilities. The college boasts of an Institutional Biotech Hub and Bioinformatics Centre which are involved in active research in the fields of Biotechnology and related fields. There is also a Multi-media Language Laboratory (Department of English) and a Food Testing Laboratory (Department of Food Technology) which is still awaiting NABL Accreditation. The college also has two important study centres actively involved in academics as well as research– the Human Rights Studies Centre and the Women’s Studies Centre.

The college library is wifi-enabled and is registered to NLIST of NMEICT since 2011 with access to e-resources of 3 lakhs e-books and 6000 e-journals; it is now partly automated with SOUL 2.0 Network Version which will be upgraded to Digital Library soon.

The college also has an enviable Fitness centre/gym fitted with state- of the art equipments and a playground area.

The college is committed to providing a holistic education to develop individuals with integrity, emotionally and mentally harmonious, physically capable and socially and culturally educated to become upright citizens of the nation.

College MOTTO

Learn, Empower and Serve!

Schematic Guide Map of S. Kula Women's College