Welcome to Fatima

  • Our Mission and Philosophy

    Our Mission and Philosophy

    FMNC, established in 1951, is run by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Quilon. It was founded by His Excellency Rt Rev. Dr Jerome Maria Fernandez, the first native Bishop, who was convinced that temporal knowledge needs to be fortified by faith in God in order to transform society. The College has completed her diamond jubilee in the field of higher education, imparting education in Humanities, Sciences and Commerce.

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  • PER MATREM PRO PATRIA

    PER MATREM PRO PATRIA

    (Through the Mother for the Fatherland)
    This institution of higher learning is dedicated to the task of equipping young men and women for responsible roles in India’s national life. The Fatima motto, Per Matrem Pro Patria, also reflects the idea of Marian devotion as a means to foster social responsibility. The pride of India’s first Roman Catholic Diocese (Quilon), Fatima College crossed the significant milestone of her diamond jubilee in 2011-12, in the service of the nation.

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  • Love of Motherland

    Love of Motherland

    The College strives to achieve Excellence in Higher Education, and foster Love of Motherland in all its students, helping them develop Integrity of Character and promote in all its members belief in the Dignity of Labour. The institutional endeavour is to encourage a Spirit of Selfless Service in all its members and cultivate Respect for all Fellow Beings.

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  • Online Application

    Online Application

    Kindly please read carefully the steps for online registration (1 TO 9). There you can download Fee Challan, Prospectus and Admission Notification.

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Messages

“The whole purpose of education is to turn mirrors into windows.” - Sydney J. Harris

Our Mission

Act as a Catalyst of Change and Enlightenment.

Serve as an Instrument of Social Justice.

Provide Education to all, especially the less fortunate.