Ruia College, Mumbai

    Ruia College, Mumbai

    The Shikshana Prasaraka Mandali founded the Ramnarain Ruia Autonomous College in Mumbai, Maharashtra, in 1937. The college has UGC approval and is associated with the University of Mumbai. In 2017, NAAC reaccredited it with a grade of A.

    Ramnarian Ruia currently offers undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral programmes in the humanities and natural sciences. According to the guidelines established by the University of Mumbai, admissions are solely based on merit.

    Ramnarain Ruia Highlights:

    • The first educational facility in Mumbai under private management was called Ramnarian Ruia.
    • All programmes accept applicants solely on the basis of their merit, with the exception of some specialisations and Ph.D. programmes. which requires applicants to take an entrance exam before being admitted.
    • For working professionals, the college also offers certificate and graduate diploma programmes.

    Ramnarian Ruia offers needy students freeships and scholarships

    Ramnarain Ruia Courses:

    Ramnarain Ruia Autonomous College offers the following courses:





    Eligibility: 10+2
    Selection: Merit-Based

    INR 4,825 (1st Year Fees)

    Ramnarain Ruia Autonomous College Fees:





    ₹4,825 (1st Year Fees)



    ₹1 Lakh (Total Fees)


    Ramnarain Ruia Admission:

    The B.A., B.Sc., B.Voc., and B.A.C.M. programmes offered by Ramnarain Ruia Admission are well-known (B.M.M) According to the University of Mumbai, admission to UG programmes is solely based on merit. Additionally, the college offers graduate and doctoral programmes, known as M.Sc. and Ph.D., respectively. The merit of the qualifying examination is used to determine admission to PG programmes. Admissions to Ph.D. programmes are based on entrance exams like the PET, SET, NET, and GATE, which are then followed by a personal interview.

    Ramanarain Ruia Collage offers Certificate and PG Diploma programmes for working professionals in addition to its UG, PG, and Doctoral programmes.

    Ramnarain Ruia UG Admission:

    At the undergraduate level, Ramanarain Ruia College offers BA, B.Sc., BMM, BMS, and B.Voc courses in a variety of specialisations. The minimum requirement for admission to UG programmes is a 10+2 diploma from an accredited board in the relevant subject area.

    Merit in the qualifying examination determines selection, which is followed by University of Mumbai counselling. The merit list is created in accordance with the guidelines established by Mumbai University.

    Course Name


    Minimum Eligibility

    Selection Criteria



    10+2 from a recognized board in any stream

    Merit in the qualifying examination followed by counselling









    Political Science

    Marathi Literature


    Key Points:

    • When applying, applicants must be at least 17 years old.
    • A minimum of 45% in 10+2 are needed for a BA.

    Ramnarain Ruia Application Process:

    Candidates who wish to apply for admission to this institution must do so through the University of Mumbai. Application forms can be purchased at the college or filled out online through the university's admissions portal on its official website.

    • The University issues a notification, and then the application forms are formally made available.
    • When you click the link for online admission, you will be taken to the login/registration page.
    • When registering, provide basic information like your name, father's name, birthdate, contact information, etc.
    • Pay the application fee online with a credit/debit card, net banking, or both.

    Ramnarain Ruia Facilities:

    Students at Ramnarain Ruia College have access to a variety of facilities. Following is a list of some of them:

    • Ruia Library aims to meet the information needs of Ruia College through its library and reading rooms. There are more than 1.25 lac books in the primary collection. The library also has 6000+ bound volumes of back issues of notable periodicals, non-print items like CDs and DVDs, and subscriptions to more than 100 national and international journals, in addition to books. The entire library collection is computerised, and students can access all bibliographic information for books and journals through the online public access catalogue (OPAC). Ruia Library is an institutional member of the American, British Council, and Asian Libraries. It is also listed as a participant in the INFLIBNET 'N-LIST' project, which enables the library to give all students free access to more than 80,000 electronic resources, including many different e-books and e-journals.
    • Ramnarain Ruia Autonomous College has a well-developed athletic programme. The gymkhana includes a badminton court, boxing ring, ultra-modern exercise equipment, and an international standard shooting range. The academy strives to provide young people with the best sports facilities while also educating them. The academy hosts a variety of sporting events and encourages its students to take part. They plan regional, national, and international sporting events.
    • Language Laboratory: In the Ramnarain Ruia Autonomous College, a fully operational and well-equipped language lab was established in the academic year 2014–15. 10 student console computers, 1 teacher console computer, and 10 headphones are included (with mic). The college uses tOrell and iLotus, two language learning programmes, to instruct students in fundamental language abilities like speaking, listening, reading, and writing.
    • P. S. Ramanathan Advanced Instrumentation Centre (PSRAIC), which was founded in 2011 and has high-tech analytical equipment, is an example of an advanced instrumentation centre. It supports research activities and offers staff and students practical training. With the help of Shimadzu (India) Pvt. Ltd. and Gharda Chemicals, it was the idea of the late Dr. P. S. Ramanathan, a renowned analytical chemist and director of corporate analytical operations.
    • Center for Self-Vision: The Self-Vision Center, which was established in 1995 to provide the best facilities to its many visually impaired students who, year after year, have given an excellent account of themselves in their pursuit of excellence in the academic field, is a highly commendable part of Ruia's many student welfare initiatives. Ruia is successful in bringing 60 visually impaired students under its direction so that it can give them cutting-edge study facilities that aid in improving their knowledge and performance standards. The Self Vision Center has been rebuilt and renovated by Ruia as part of the Higher Education Scheme for Persons with Special Needs.
    • Center for Urban Studies: "The Center for Urban Studies (formerly the Centre for Slum Studies) was founded in 2002-2003 in an effort to raise awareness among students about fundamental issues of social injustice. It has introduced programmes to improve slum life. The centre conducts academic projects and research in urban areas of poverty and slums.
    • Other facilities
    • Auditorium
    • Playground
    • Canteen


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