History

Dnyanprassarak Mandal’s College and Research Center or DMC College Assagao located in the North Goa district's village of Assagao. The college is recognised by University Grants Commission (UGC), New Delhi and is accredited by the NAAC with a Grade “A” (3rd Cycle). The college is ranked among the top 150 colleges of India under National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) of Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government of India.

1947, Founded in Assagao

Over the next twenty years, the school grew to encompass a faculty of six and a student body of forty, all housed in Mrs. Chapin’s cramped apartment in “downtown” Princeton.

1958, Moved

Remembered as “a white-haired Southern lady with a heart-shaped face, fine nose, nice eyes and a manner of beetling her eyebrows to command

1961, 30th anniversary

Remembered as “a white-haired Southern lady with a heart-shaped face, fine nose, nice eyes and a manner of beetling her eyebrows to command

  • Students
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Students Graduate Empowered

It started out as a preschool with five students in a church located in the heart of Princeton. Growing rapidly, the school moved into a larger church.

Students are Prepared

It started out as a preschool with five students in a church located in the heart of Princeton. Growing rapidly, the school moved into a larger church.

Home of DMC

Mapusa Anjuna road, Ghateshwar Nagar Assagao, Khorlim Mapusa.

11 Mercer Street.

It started out as a preschool with five students in a church located in the heart of Princeton. Growing rapidly, the school moved into a larger church.

Herbert O. Hagens '60

It started out as a preschool with five students in a church located in the heart of Princeton. Growing rapidly, the school moved into a larger church building on All Saints.

Bernard Kilgore

It started out as a preschool with five students in a church located in the heart of Princeton. Growing rapidly, the school moved into a larger church.

Accredited by NAAC with 'A' Grade (3rd Cycle)
Ranked among the top 100 colleges by India Today