In 1901, the Allahabad Christian College was founded by Dr.
Arthur Ewing, with only eight students. By 1912, when Dr. Ewing passed
away, the college had its own Physics lab, Princeton Hostel, Rhea Hostel,
Engineering buildings, the main building, Agricultural department,
Philadelphia Hostel and Turner Hostel.
Named Ewing Christian College, in memory of its great founder, this college was a leading educational institution of Allahabad, during early 19th century.