Fr. Agnel College was built up in June 1991 by the Xaverian Educational Society, Pilar, and has a place with the Society of Missionaries of St. Francis Xavier, which is regularly known as the Society of Pilar. The school is a minority Institution established under the arrangement of Article 30 of the Indian Constitution. The College is spreadout in an excellent grounds at Pilar town in the North District of Goa. Pilar has its own significance in Goa's history as it was the capital city of Goa(Prior to Old Goa and Panjim) and it was known as 'Govapuri' or 'Gopakapattana' during the Kadamba rule. The school is arranged around 300 mts from the National Highway 17. It is 13 km away from Panjim, the capital city of Goa and 22 kms from Margao, the business capital of Goa.
|Institute Type||Private College|
|Name of the Institute||Fr. Agnel College of Arts and Commerce - FACAC|
|Location||North Goa, Goa|
|Affiliated||Goa University - GU|