History of the College

Government Arts and Science College for Women Malappuram was established as per G.O (MS) No. 13/15/H.Edn. Thiruvananthapuram dated 14/01/2015 and started functioning w.e.f. 17/07/2015.


Govt arts and Science College for women Malappuram was established in 2015 and is indebted to Sri Ubaidullah Moideen, MLA Malappuram for highlighting the requirement for a higher education institute to cater to the needs of girls from Malappuram district at large and from the rural parts of the district in particular. The College was inaugurated by Sri Ommen Chandy (Honourable Chief Minister of Kerala) in presence of Sri P K Kunhalikkutty (Honourable Minister for IT and Industries), Sri Abdurabb (Honourable Minister of Education), Sri A P Anilkumar (Honourable Minister of S.C and tourism) and Sri Ubaidullah Moideen (MLA Malappuram)

The College is affiliated to University of Calicut2 and started functioning on 17/05/2015 at CH Muhammad Koya complex annexed to Govt Boys High School Downhill, Malappuram. The college was shifted to rented premises at Munduparamba in 2017 and has been functioning there ever since. Five acres of land was acquired from KSIDC by the revenue department (in Inkel Educity Panakkad, Malappuram) and handed over to collegiate education department to set-up the building for Govt arts and Science College for women Malappuram3. At present the college offers four undergraduate programmes (BA English, BA Islamic History, BSc Botany and BSc Chemistry) and one post graduate programme (MSc Botany). The sanctioned annual intake of the institute is 138 (128 (UG) + 10 (PG)) and employs 38 people including teaching and non-teaching staffers (Permanent Teachers (11) + Teaching staffers (Contract) (15) + Permanent non-teaching staffers (9) + Contract non-teaching staffers (1) + Daily wagers (2))


  1. G. O (MS) No. 13/15/H.Edn    Dated 14/01/2015  Thiruvananthapuram
  2. U. O. No.9011/2015/Admn.     Dated 21/08/2015  Calicut University P O
  3. G.O (MS) No. 249/2019/Rev.  Dated 02/08/2019  Thiruvananthapuram