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We live in an era deeply influenced by technology, which has brought us immense benefits. Simultaneously, certain superstitions persist in our society. Education’s purpose is to free our minds from these superstitions, with science playing a pivotal role in this endeavor. It is the educational system responsibility to instill a scientific mindset in students. The Science Club coordinator is entrusted with the following responsibilities:

  • i. Cultivating curiosity among students and instilling a scientific outlook.

  • ii. Sparking an interest in science among students, regardless of their academic disciplines.

  • iii. Encouraging, motivating, and equipping students to apply scientific principles to societal issues.

  • iv. Boosting student’s confidence in engaging with science-related activities, both online and offline.

  • v. Facilitating the sharing of science-related ideas and knowledge among students through various activities.

  • vi. Inspiring students to create mini working models.

  • vii. Uncovering the hidden potential of our students through club activities.

Faculty in charge

Dr. S. Sivaranjini



The Green Club at St. Anthony’s College actively motivates students to arrange rallies, marches, and human chains in public spaces to promote environmental awareness. The club also commemorates significant environmental occasions, including World Ozone Day, World Forestry Day, World Water Day, World Environment Day, World Pollution Day, and more, to underscore the importance of ecological awareness and action.


  • To make the college campus green and Eco-friendly and educate the youth about the importance of sustainable development inside and outside the campus.


  • To make the environment clean, green and pollution free.

Activities of the club

  • Water conservation

  • Reduce water usage

  • Recycle waste water

  • Reduce Power Consumption

  • Rain Water Harvesting

  • Tree planting

  • Speech by a notable speaker/local environmentalist

  • Debate on environmental issue

  • Green march/marathon

Role and Responsibilities of the Coordinator are to

  • i. Explore opportunities within the college to minimize waste.

  • ii. Initiate a composting program.

  • iii. Advocate for responsible and sustainable water usage.

  • iv. Organize a carpooling system.

  • v. Strategize sustainable swap events.

  • vi. Encourage students to propose climate-related activities as part of regular college initiatives.

  • vii. Provide students with knowledge on eco-friendly practices and actively implement them within the college campus and its vicinity.

  • viii. Seek avenues for collective participation in rallies and marches in common areas.

  • ix. Educate students about community engagement and promote ways to involve entire families in local initiatives.

  • x. Arrange industrial visits or field trips for students to enhance their practical learning experiences.

Faculty in charge

Mrs. J.Rohini, M.Phil (Hindi), M.Phil (Com), (PhD)
Assistant Professor of Economics,
Department of Commerce,
St. Antony’s College of Arts and Sciences for Women,


Member Roles and Responsibilities of the Club are to

  • i. Organize awareness programs within the college and hostel in collaboration with authorized agencies/organizations.

  • ii. Disseminate awareness to establish a drug/substance-free environment on campus.

  • iii. Involve students in Anti-Drug initiatives and provide education about the detrimental effects of drug use.

  • iv. Encourage students to become volunteers in Anti-Drug efforts throughout their lives.

  • v. Ensure that no drugs or alcohol are sold within the college premises.

  • vi. Work to prevent the initiation of drug use and curb the progression to addiction among those who have already started using.

Faculty in charge

1. Dr. D. Umapathy Coordinator
2. Ms. J. Sharvesshwari, II B.A., Tamil President
3. Ms. K. Harshini, II B.Sc., Comp Sci Vice President
4. Ms. S. Bhavani, II B.Sc., Chemistry Secretary
5. Ms. T. Shalini, I B.Sc., Chemistry


Responsibilities of the Coordinator are to facilitate awareness programs on cybercrimes for students through initiatives such as theater events, training courses, and various programs, in collaboration with the Dindigul District Police Department, Cyber Crime Unit, Additional Deputy Inspector General of Police, Police Inspector, and Intelligence Organization.

As per the IT Act 2000

1. Mrs. M. Malarvizhy Coordinator
2. Mrs. Renuga Devi - Cyber Crime- External Member
3. Ms. M. Kavinaya, III B.A., Tamil
4. Ms. K. Kovarthini, III B.A., Tamil

Leo Club



To create and foster a spirit of understanding among people of the world. To promote the principles to become a good citizen. To take an active interest in civic cultural ,social and moral welfare of the community.

It was started on sept 14 2018 in our college with the motive of youth empowerment.


  • To fulfil the needs of the people who are below the poverty line.

  • To meet the need of the aged people

  • To help the villages who lack basic facilities

Member Responsibilities of the Leo Club:

  • i. Providing financial support to underprivileged students for their education.

  • ii. Inspiring students to engage in social activities.

  • iii. Organizing medical camps to offer healthcare services.

  • iv. Cultivating a sense of teamwork among students.

  • v. Motivating students to contribute to a cleaner and greener environment through tree plantation initiatives.

Faculty in charge

1. Mrs. D. Sofia Anbu Selvi Member
2. Mrs. P. Subalakshmi

Rotract club

Report | Club Members


The purpose of Rotaract is to provide an opportunity for young women to enhance the knowledge and skills that will assist them in personal development, to address the physical and social needs of their communities, and to promote better relations between all people worldwide through a framework of friendship and service.


  • To develop professional and leadership skills

  • To emphasize respect for the rights of others, and to promote ethical standards and the dignity of all useful occupations

  • To provide opportunities for young people to address the needs and concerns of the community and our world

  • To provide opportunities for working in cooperation with sponsoring Rotary clubs

  • To motivate young people for eventual membership in Rotary.


The Literary Field is dedicated to the study and discussion of outstanding features in literature. It is managed by senior professors who are committed to nurturing new writers and story editors. This organization’s primary goal is to enhance students’ reading skills and foster their interest in books. The executive committee plays a crucial role within the organization, consisting of the following positions: Coordinator, President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer. These committee members are responsible for overseeing the organization’s operations, including promotional activities, annual budget planning, and the supervision of monthly events, all of which are decided upon in consultation with all members.

Responsibilities of the committee are to

  • i. Cultivate an interest in reading among students and the community.

  • ii. Disseminate social welfare messages to raise awareness.

  • iii. Host reading camps to improve reading skills.

  • iv. Organize book festivals and annual art competitions for students.

  • v. Encourage students to engage in social activities.

Faculty in charge

1. Dr. M. Kavitha Coordinator
2. Mrs. M. Pandimeena Coordinator

AICUF (All India Catholic University Federation)

The All-India Catholic University Federation is a movement of university students and is often indicated by the acronym, AICUF. In 1924, this movement was started in St. Joseph’s College, Tiruchirappalli by Rev Fr Carty SJ. Later it spread its wings all over India and now it operates in 14 states of India. In Tamil Nādu, it functions in more than 50 colleges. At the college, it is open to students of all religions.

Aims and Objectives

  • i. To enable students to develop a critical awareness and analysis of the Indian and world situation, to cultivate a deep and genuine concern for the oppressed and marginalized and to effectively commit themselves to the task of building a new and just society.

  • ii. To help students evolve spirituality that has humanization as its core through involvement and reflection.

  • iii. To motivate students to become involved in studies, research and activates linked to broader social issues and struggles with a view to becoming a creative and critical force within the university.

  • iv. To enable Christian students to play a prophetic role in their communities through a critical understanding of their faith, drawing inspiration from the Gospels, the Eucharist and their prayer life.

The Coordinator’s Duties

  • i. Actively engage students in community activities, playing a crucial role in building a strong community connection. Foster the development of students’ personalities, emphasizing social responsibility and promoting spiritual growth.

  • ii. Raise awareness among students about marginalized communities and encourage active involvement in advocating for their fundamental rights. This involves preparing students physically, intellectually, and spiritually.

  • iii. Inspire and encourage students to participate in state-level meetings and seminars.

  • iv. Encourage students to commemorate and honour significant historical events, as well as the leaders who championed the rights of marginalized populations, with a particular focus on women’s rights.

Faculty in charge

Mrs. J. Usha


YUVA (Youth Unite for Victory on AIDS is an action plan developed by India’s Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports, in collaboration with the National AIDS Control Organization (NACO) and various youth-focused organizations. This initiative aims to engage with adolescents and young people across the entire nation to address the challenges posed by HIV/AIDS. India possesses a significant youth population, constituting a fifth of the world’s youth demographic. With an average age of 29, India boasts one of the planet’s youngest populations. The nation is actively encouraging its youth to foster a culture of innovation, entrepreneurship, and inclusivity. Harnessing this demographic dividend requires the crucial task of educating and guiding young minds towards learning and exploration. Tourism emerges as a remarkable avenue for exploring India’s rich cultural heritage. In an increasingly digital and virtual world, tourism presents a unique opportunity for learners to expand their awareness and gain a broader perspective. Furthermore, tourism empowers young individuals to connect with their heritage, fostering a deeper understanding of themselves and their cultural roots. The establishment of Tourism Clubs represents a significant step in this direction.


The vision is to cultivate and cultivate a new generation of Indian tourism ambassadors, individuals who will actively promote India’s cultural heritage through their thoughts, words, and actions. The primary emphasis will be on nurturing principles that align with sustainable development.


Tourism clubs play a pivotal role in promoting responsible and sustainable tourism across the nation. This endeavor aims to instill a culture of responsibility among the country’s youth by establishing social clubs within various educational institutions. The primary objectives of this mission are as follows:

  • i. Educating young people about the diverse cultures and geographical wonders of the country.

  • ii. Cultivating an appreciation for the educational value of travel and tourism.

  • iii. Creating early awareness of the potential opportunities within the tourism sector.

  • iv. Advocating and disseminating responsible tourism practices.

  • v. Providing training to students to become proficient tourist guides and volunteers within the hospitality sector.

  • vi. Enhancing coordination for study tours and student exchange programs.


The vision of the Yuva Tourism Club is to foster and cultivate a new generation of Indian tourism ambassadors. These individuals will possess a deep understanding of the diverse tourism opportunities in India, a profound appreciation for our rich cultural heritage, and a genuine passion for the world of tourism. These young ambassadors will serve as dynamic catalysts for the promotion of tourism in India. Role of Club Coordinator Offers leadership and mentorship to college students and student clubs/organizations. This includes providing guidance and advice to student organizations, establishing and managing procedures for student clubs, assisting students in understanding college policies, and designing leadership workshops and training programs. Ideal candidates should have prior experience as active members of social or service clubs and a strong commitment to organization and community involvement. Priority will be given to students with prior leadership experience within their respective clubs.


  • i. Organize and execute campus interest fairs.

  • ii. Plan and facilitate monthly Presidential cabinet meetings.

  • iii. Take charge of Presidential and Advisor fall training.

  • iv. Maintain communication with club advisors throughout the year.

  • v. Collaborate with advisors and the President/VP to coordinate and revise recruitment documents.

  • vi. Manage and arrange the Clubs Google Drive for efficient organization.

  • vii. Assist in planning Club Wars and Formals.

  • viii. Engage with students and advisors in leadership roles within Interest Clubs.

  • ix. Procure sound equipment and necessary cables as required.

  • x. Collaborate with the GA and Coordinator for Student Engagement to ensure coverage during recruitment week.

Faculty in charge

1. Ms. S. Meena Coordinator
2. Ms. Monika, II B.Sc., Maths
3. Ms. Gana Sri, II B.Sc., Chemistry