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Sree Kerala Varma College

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Sree Kerala Varma College, Thrissur
കേരള വർമ കോളേജ്
MottoAsthu Vrittam Subham Sada
Motto in English
Pure be My Life for Ever
TypeGovernment College
Established11 August 1947
AffiliationCochin Devaswom Board
Officer in charge
K. Jayanarayanan
PrincipalDr. K Krishnakumari
LocationThrissur City, Kerala, India
CampusUrban
NicknameSKVC, The Royals
AffiliationsUniversity of Calicut, University Grants Commission (India)
SportsCricket, Football, Judo, Basketball
Websitehttp://www.keralavarma.ac.in/

Sree Kerala Varma College is situated in Kanattukara, Thrissur City of Kerala State, India. It was founded on 11 August 1947 by Rama Varma XV, the Maharaja of erstwhile Kochi State.[2][3][4][5]

Aikya Keralam Thampuran, Maharaja of the erstwhile Kingdom of Kochi, the founder of the college

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HistoryEdit

The idea of starting a new college at Thrissur city originated from a committee of prominent citizens of Thrissur, in response to strong public demand. The members of the committee approached His Highness Aikya Keralam Thampuran, the then Maharajah of Kochi who allowed free use of the Merry Lodge Palace and the naming of the college after His Highness, Sree Kerala Varma College.

A grant of one lakh rupees and a loan of four lakhs towards capital expenditure and a free grant of two hundred and fifty candies of timber were sanctioned by His Highness. The college was initially under the Madras University but is now managed by Cochin Devaswom Board, an autonomous organization under the government of Kerala.[6]

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  1. ^ Coordinates: 10°31′48.63″N 76°11′43.27″E / 10.5301750°N 76.1953528°E / 10.5301750; 76.1953528
  2. ^ "Kerala Verma College". Mathrubhumi.com. Retrieved 2014-09-17.
  3. ^ "Sree Kerala Varma leads in D-zone fete". The Hindu. Retrieved 2014-09-17.
  4. ^ "Sree Kerala Varma College, Thrissur". Indcareer. Retrieved 2014-09-17.
  5. ^ "The tricky winger of Sree Kerala Varma". The New Indian Express. Retrieved 2014-09-17.
  6. ^ "Kerala Verma College". Mathrubhumi.com. Retrieved 2014-09-17.