UKHRUL BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL COLLEGE
Ukhrul Baptist Theological College (UBTC), was established in 2010 at Ukhrul in Manipur. Manipur is a North-eastern state of India. Ukhrul is situated at 6800 feet above sea level and in a mountainous region. The maximum temperature is 28°C and minimum is 2°C. These hilly regions of India are mostly neglected by the rest of India. Therefore there is lack of proper infrastructural and economic development. These regions are inhabited by people known as scheduled tribes by Indian law. The Tangkhuls of Manipur are one of the major and the largest population among the tribes of this region. They are also in the forefront of educated men and women. There are 300 languages spoken in Tangkhul region.
William Pettigrew (5.1.1869 – 19.1.1943) was a Scottish Christian missionary who came to India in 1890, eventually introducing western education in Manipur, and converting the Tangkhul Naga Tribe inhabiting Ukhrul District to Christianity, "in masses”.
Ukhrul Baptist Theological College seeks to train men and women to become highly effective Christian leaders, committed to biblical faith, in a pluralistic context. With our
commitment to the Great Commission of Jesus Christ we endeavour to be an institution involved in worldwide evangelization and missions.
Bachelor in Theology (B. Th) : Residential (4 Years)
Bachelor in Theology (B. Th) : Residential (3 Years)
Master in Divinity (M.Div) : Distance (2 years)
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