About FDC

FDC of Business Administration , Computer Application and Commerce is a religious minority institution of the Belgaum Diocese Board Of Education.
The graduate school of Management,Computer application and commerce is recognized by The Govt.Of Karnataka and affiliated to Karnataka University, Dharwad.
The primary aim of the college is to form persons into men and women of Competence ,Compassion ,Conscience and Commitment.
The other objectives are values of excellence in learning, co-operation, service, dedication and leadership, It is a move to impart sound and an all round education with special stress on discipline, character building, courtesy in speech and conduct.

Our Vision

To bring out the best in students by identifying and embellishing their innate talents and moulding the future of our youth, with strong ethical values and sound educational teaching, and to make them responsible citizens.

Our Mission

To instill in students that more and more greatness is achieved by doing ones duty from moment to moment and sucess is rewad of ambition, Hardwork and concentration

Quality Policy

We at FDC are committed to build the Institute a Centre of Excellence in Learning in its field of education and to carry out comprehensive activities and training for fulfilling all the needs and expectations of Students, Parents, Business Organizations and Society at large.
We aim to do this with a high degree of dedicated service and Continual

Chairman Message

Chairman Of Belgaum Diocese Board Of Education
Bishop
Most.Rev.Dr.Pter Machado D.D

FDC, choose to work for the development of the young. In this process the young are helped to discover their in born potentials and to work towards their fullest development as far as possible, In order to place them at the service of education needed for the overall development of the student.

FDC strives to improve its quality and effectiveness of the service to form responsible Citizens of India with the utmost and best Character. FDC stands for values and gives importance for handwork rather than mere concentrating, on imparting knowledge.