Noble College is one of the oldest
Institutions in India started by Christian Missionaries. It began as school
founded in 1843 by Rev.Robert Turlington Noble, who was sent by Church
Missionary Society in England for Education and Evangelistic work.
In 1864 it was raised to the College grade, affiliated to Madras University. It
flourished as the Leading College in South India until 1938.
Lindsay Commission (1938) suggested that Noble College,
Machilipatnam and Andhra Christian College, Guntur should be merged and a
united College be started at Vijayawada. Accordingly, Noble College was closed
in 1938, but the proposed College at Vijayawada did not materialize.
The College envisions living out the values of truth, courage, dignity and
transforming the lives of rural and marginalized communities, who also can
claim a share in bright future. 'Humanization' and 'invigoration' - are
a few tenets, blended with Christian values that the College possesses with
Noble College, as a channel of God is committed to the mission rooted in
Christ transforming the lives of the young men and women of all communities by
equipping them with Knowledge & Truth for the Service of Humanity
with dignity keeping in view the contemporaneous needs of the nation.