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The United Theological College is situated behind the Cantonment Railway Station, Miller’s Road, Bangalore. One can walk to the college from the second platform of the railway station. The main campus houses all the administrative buildings, academic buildings, library and many quarters meant for faculty and students. The UTC also has three other campuses with quarters meant for faculty, staff and students in Nandidurga, 43 Miller’s Road and Harris Road. The college is reachable by bus, auto rickshaw and taxi. The railway station and the Shivaji Nagar bus stand is close by and buses and taxis are available from the Bangalore airport. Details are also available on google maps at http://maps.google.co.in/
The College was inaugurated in July 1910 under the name “The United Theological College of South India and Ceylon” as “a Christian College where students may
The UTC is governed by a college council which is represented by members of various churches who are part of the council.
A function was held at the United Theological College, Bangalore on July 8, 2011 to release a postage stamp as part of the centenary celebrations of the UTC. The
The UTC celebrated one hundred years of its existence with a celebration held in the month of July, 2010.
The schedule of events were thus