M. P. Expressions and M.H.Commerce College for Women, Ahmedabad was made in 1973. Its medium of Instruction is Gujarati. It is a supported college associated to Gujarat University, Ahmedabad, in the condition of Gujarat. The college is controlled by Mahipatram Rupram Ashram Trust, a body enrolled under the Societies Registration Act, XXI of 1860 and is spoken to by a Board of 11 Trustees. M. P. Expressions and M.H. Trade College for ladies has been authorize with "B+" review by NAAC. The college provide sports facilities and NCC, NSS facilities to the students.
The Career Counseling Centre of M P Arts & M H Commerce College for Women organized a lecture by the administrator of the Liberty Career Academy for the Third Year Arts and Commerce students and the Students of M.Com. and M.A. on August 17, 2007. This lecture was to guide the students regarding the various competitive exams in which they can appear after their graduation or post-graduation. More than 500 girls attended the lecture and were benefited out of it. The session was interactive and many students cleared their doubts. The Liberty Career Academy even distributed their latest magazine on General Knowledge free of cost. The lecture was arranged by the Department head of Pasychology, Prof. D.K.Shah along with Counselling Centre of the college.
M. P. Arts and M.H. Commerce College provides the following facilities to its students:
Principal - Dr. V.G.Vadhel (M.Com. Ph.D.)
M. P. Arts and M.H. Commerce College for women was established in 1973. Its Medium of Instruction is Gujarati. It is an aided college affiliated to Gujarat University, Ahmedabad, in the state of Gujarat. The college is run by Mahipatram Rupram Ashram Trust; a body registered under the Societies Registration Act, XXI of 1860 and is represented by a Board of 11 Trustees.
M. P. Arts and M.H. Commerce College for women has been accredited with 'B+' grade by NAAC.
M P Arts & M H Commerce College for Women has a spacious library with a huge reading room where the students can avail themselves of books from various disciplines and read without outside disturbances. The library has more than 50,000 books to its credit.