The college rules are given in the hand book provided to students once they join. Information on classes, tutor, fellowships and field work are given in the main menu in different sections under college rules.

All information, calendar, names of staff and students and course details are given in the hand book given to students and the faculty. Library and study times every day fall between 8 and 11 P.M.

Classes are divided into three terms. The first term is followed by field work for students, the second is followed by Christmas holidays and the third and final term is followed by a summer vacation. Exams are conducted every term and courses are divided into credit hours, each credit hour meaning the number of hours of the course every week. Apart from this, Inter-disciplinary papers, class presentations, trial sermons and theses form a part of the BD curriculum. Classes are conducted in JRC everyday from 9-1 and in the afternoon from 2-4 and otherwise whenever necessary. Trial sermon evaluations and ID papers are conducted usually in the afternoon. The MTh curriculum includes papers, presentations, theses and Senate (university) exams. The DTh course includes the required papers and thesis. The diploma courses have different subjects, research paper and exams.

Every student is assigned a faculty member as a tutor and belongs to a tutorial group. This tutor has the responsibility in looking after the academic and spiritual development of a student, signing leave applications and other applications and writing tutorial reports about the students. The senior tutor over looks the work being done in this regard and also supervises the students all together.

The students are all put into several fellowship groups which are headed by two or three faculty members. The groups get together to know each other, relax, play team building games and have food together. This is an opportunity for students, faculty members and senior staff to get to know each other. The fellowship groups are encouraged to meet on Thursday evenings.

Field work is the integral part of the academic exercise in UTC. The field work department takes care of this. The field work is divided into church and NGO exposure which takes place on Sunday mornings and Wednesday afternoons. Apart from this students visit and stay in several centres run by different church dioceses and NGO’s during September for close to a month. The field work is thus divided into church exposure, concurrent field education and intensive field education.

+ Handbook

All information, calendar, names of staff and students and course details are given in the hand book given to students and the faculty. Library and study times every day fall between 8 and 11 P.M.

+ Classes

Classes are divided into three terms. The first term is followed by field work for students, the second is followed by Christmas holidays and the third and final term is followed by a summer vacation. Exams are conducted every term and courses are divided into credit hours, each credit hour meaning the number of hours of the course every week. Apart from this, Inter-disciplinary papers, class presentations, trial sermons and theses form a part of the BD curriculum. Classes are conducted in JRC everyday from 9-1 and in the afternoon from 2-4 and otherwise whenever necessary. Trial sermon evaluations and ID papers are conducted usually in the afternoon. The MTh curriculum includes papers, presentations, theses and Senate (university) exams. The DTh course includes the required papers and thesis. The diploma courses have different subjects, research paper and exams.

+ Tutor

Every student is assigned a faculty member as a tutor and belongs to a tutorial group. This tutor has the responsibility in looking after the academic and spiritual development of a student, signing leave applications and other applications and writing tutorial reports about the students. The senior tutor over looks the work being done in this regard and also supervises the students all together.

+ Fellowship

The students are all put into several fellowship groups which are headed by two or three faculty members. The groups get together to know each other, relax, play team building games and have food together. This is an opportunity for students, faculty members and senior staff to get to know each other. The fellowship groups are encouraged to meet on Thursday evenings.

+ Field Work

Field work is the integral part of the academic exercise in UTC. The field work department takes care of this. The field work is divided into church and NGO exposure which takes place on Sunday mornings and Wednesday afternoons. Apart from this students visit and stay in several centres run by different church dioceses and NGO’s during September for close to a month. The field work is thus divided into church exposure, concurrent field education and intensive field education.