Govt. Serchhip College is an Under Graduate degree college established in 1973. It was aliated to North Eastern Hill University in 1975. The college was provincialised on 1st January 1989 and subsequently aliated to Mizoram University when the university was established in 2001. The college was declared accredited by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) on 8th January 2011 with ‘B’ Grade status. 

The college has also been placed under section 2(f) and 12(B) of the UGC Act, 1956 vide letter No.F.No.8-93/86 (CPP-1) at 27.10.1990. The college began as a joint endeavour of enthusiastic citizens of Serchhip and Chhiahtlang villages. A few prominent individuals of these areas shared the vision of a college as to facilitate easy access to higher education of younger generations of Serchhip and other adjoining villages. On 2nd November 1972, an ad hoc body was formed to undertake necessary initiatives and consequently a series of fund raising drives were undertaken through public donations, charitable contributions of dedicated men, auctioning of lands and rm sites etc. When the money procured through various sources amounted to 7000 rupees, the Managing Board boldly decided to open the college the following year. With a humble beginning, the college gradually grew in terms of student enrolment, sta and infrastructure. Despite its inception with only Arts stream, the college now oers traditional courses in Arts, Science and Bachelor of Computer Applications with a total of 13 departments. 

At present, the college has 49 teaching sta, 15 non-teaching sta and caters to more than 400 students. The college has a beautiful campus, spacious and shaded with lush green trees, presenting a scenic environment. It is located at New Serchhip, within 2 minutes walking distance from the National Highway 54. The administrative, academic and library buildings are situated at triangular hill-tops in the middle of the campus. Presently the college has 11 sta quarters, 1 boy’s hostel, indoor stadium, basketball court, volleyball court, one college canteen and a newly constructed two-storied academic building in addition to the existing building.

The opening of IGNOU study centre in 2002 is a valuable asset to the college. Beginning with only 38 students in the Bachelor Preparatory Programme (BPP) in January 2003, the centre now oers Certicate and Diploma courses in various elds of studies. Currently it has 300 students registered to its various academic courses. The College unit of the National Service Scheme (NSS) is vibrant with social activities and programmes like cleanliness drives, re protection, and construction of public utilities (like urinals and waiting sheds), blood donation and tree plantation within the campus and along the national highway under the guidance of Programme Ocers. The college is now covered under Rashtriya Uchchatar Shiksha Abhiyan (RUSA) from 2015. This scheme has given the College high aspirations for its future development and growth. We have inceptional functioning under a newly appointed co-ordinator. 

The college encourages the formation of student clubs under the guidance of the teaching sta. The Adventure Club was formed in 2014 which adds to the spirit of courage, condence and expands the students’ perspective on life. The college adopted its own emblem with the motto “Seek and Find” which captures the spirit and accomplishments of its founders. The college is committed to educating the minds of the youths in seeking knowledge, integrity and enhancing their potentials.

Our Vision :Government Serchhip College envisions a life-long quality education that empowers the underprivileged students through a holistic and liberative process. It seeks to be an agent of transformation and development at various levels of social and public life. It strives to empower students to respond intellectually to the rising concerns and conicts of the present day. Our thrust is to create a culture of academic excellence in a loving and peaceful environment. 

Our Mission and Objective : To inculcate easy access of higher education to a community of less privileged youths in the area nearby who cannot aord to go elsewhere for further studies. To promote a college community/society/nation where intellectual, spiritual, moral and genuine values are promoted. To create a climate for human and academic excellence with an openness to learning and development of professional skills and credentials. To contribute to the transformation of society through an open spirit and cultivate social consciousness among the students. To promote programmes and movements that foster inter-connectedness and a sense of unity

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