St. Francis de Sales College is a minority institution with a secular outlook. Fr. Jose Parappillil MSFS, the Provincial along with his Council in 2003 envisioned to begin a College at Hebbagodi, Electronics City, Bangalore, which can cater to the people of Anekal, a SC constituency. People of this taluk used to find it hard to send their youth to the city colleges that would charge them exuberantly. Besides, the parents were afraid of their ward’s attendance, travel troubles and other intricacies that endanger common student’s life. Hence, it was high time to respond to the needs of the people and a committee was appointed in view of the same. The Council took this decision taking into consideration that the MSFS Congregation had about 45 years of its presence in Hebbagodi. This area held high potential for an educational institution of higher learning. The Core Committee presented its findings at the meeting of the Planning cum Organizing Committee held on 17 August 2003 at Mermier Bhavan. After much discussion and deliberation the Committee recommended to go ahead with St. Francis de Sales College to be started in June 2004 with the motto Excellence, Transformation and Efficiency. The College was affiliated to Bangalore University, one of the largest State Universities in India.
Outstanding and highly qualified faculty members with an excellent curriculum framed in consultation with top academics and industry experts.
Ample opportunity for students to get involved in research under the guidance of experts. They also get to use the latest facilities and tools to discover and publish.
Collaborations with top class national and international universities to create learning opportunities through transformative exchange programmes.