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Rev. Dr. Sr. Mary Pramila Santhi : Principal and Ex- Officio
Dr. T. Mary Josephine Isabella : Academic Director
Mrs. P. Jenitha : Coordinator

The Examination Section is responsible for

  • i. Conducting Internal, External, and Practical Examinations for all college programs.

  • ii. Creating and disseminating the examination timetable in advance to inform students.

  • iii. Allocating examination halls for all college exams.

  • iv. Ensuring timely preparation of all question papers.

  • v. Collecting answer scripts and necessary supporting documents.

  • vi. Facilitating both External and Internal Examination Valuation.

  • vii. Publishing examination results and coordinating timely supplementary exams.

  • viii. Addressing and resolving student and staff grievances and complaints related to examinations.

(Under CBCS Pattern)

About CBCS

All Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Research oriented courses operate on a Choice – Based Credit System. At the Undergraduate level credits are awarded for Part (Language).

1. Part -I First language offered is Tamil and Second languages offered are Hindi / Malayalam / French.

2. Part II – English

3. Part III – Major (Theory & Practical), Project or Elective papers and Allied papers. Part IV – Skill Based Electives
Non-Major Electives, Environmental Studies and Value Education.

4. Part V – Extension Activities
National Service Scheme and Physical Education.

5. Minimum credits to secure UG Degree – 140

6. Minimum credits to secure PG degree 90

7. Minimum credits to secure M.Phil. Degree – 30


  • Dr. R. Yogatharani, Placement Officer

The responsibilities of the placement officer encompass:

  • i. Identifying placement opportunities for students.

  • ii. Cultivating and sustaining connections with students to discern their skills and preferences.

  • iii. Facilitating communication between students and employers throughout the placement process.

  • iv. Nurturing partnerships with local placement providers.

  • v. Engaging in negotiations to establish the terms of placements with providers.

  • vi. Conducting pre-placement background investigations.

  • vii. Supplying lists of placement students to course coordinators.

  • viii. Addressing and reporting student or workplace concerns.

  • ix. Furnishing students with information and necessary documentation related to their placements.

The duties of the Placement Officer include:

  • i. Coordinating with potential companies to set interview dates and event schedules.

  • ii. Organizing on-campus interview facilities and written test venues.

  • iii. Welcoming company representatives and offering essential information about the college. Collaborating with the placement coordinator to ensure smooth operations in different areas (interview halls, written test facilities, cafeteria, etc.).

  • iv. Gathering appointment letters promptly or initiating correspondence to obtain them once the interviews conclude.

  • v. Distributing appointment letters and collecting acceptance letters from students, then forwarding them to the employing organizations.


  • Mrs. R. Sharlin, Coordinator

The primary role of the alumni coordinator is to establish and nurture connections between the college and its alumni. The coordinator’s responsibilities encompass:

  • i. Coordinating alumni recognition programs as assigned.

  • ii. Creating, designing, and organizing promotional materials for alumni events.

  • iii. Cultivating and enhancing alumni relations through ongoing written communication and personal interactions with various constituent groups.

  • iv. Providing staff support to Alumni Association committees and alumni groups, as needed.

  • v. Managing essential administrative functions.

  • vi. Soliciting feedback from alumni to assess and monitor the effectiveness of programs and services.

  • vii. Encouraging alumni engagement in institutional development through fundraising and contributions, including books, instruments, and computer accessories.

  • viii. Overseeing and providing training to support staff as required.

  • ix. Serving as a resource for alumni and others regarding alumni and university programs and activities.

  • x. Undertaking any additional duties as necessary.


  • Dr. N. Karthiga, Coordinator

  • J. Sarveshwari, II B.A., Tamil

  • H. Valanteena, III B.A., English

  • B. Angel, III B.Sc., Chemistry

  • J. Sameeha Thaqseen, II B.Sc.,

Chemistry Duties and Responsibilities are to

  • i. Cultivate women’s self-confidence.

  • ii. Uphold and fortifying the standing of women.

  • iii. Foster societal awareness regarding women’s issues and gender equality.

  • iv. Provide guidance on women’s welfare laws.

  • v. Emphasize the significance of health and hygiene.

  • vi. Nurture a multidisciplinary approach for holistic personality development.

  • vii. Prevent sexual harassment and promoting the well-being of women.

  • viii. Motivate women to acquire entrepreneurial skills.

  • ix. Organize seminars and workshops to create awareness and orient students, teachers, and non-teaching staff for active and sustained participation in Cell activities.


  • Dr. J. Revathi, Secretary

  • Mrs. D. Sofia Anbu Selvi

  • Mrs. A. Rosali Mary

  • Ms. A. Theivainai

  • Ms. Ramya

  • Ms. S. Sowmiya

  • Mrs. Asha

  • Mrs. Merina

Disability and minority issues are equivalent to other forms of unjustifiable discrimination and biases, emphasizing the importance of equal rights. On June 27, 2006, the University of Delhi established the Equal Opportunity Cell to address these pressing concerns, particularly those related to SC, ST, OBC, and persons with disabilities (PwD). To tackle issues related to gender equality and gender-based biases among both staff and students, the college has instituted the Equality Opportunity Cell. Its primary objective is to meticulously oversee the effective implementation of policies and programs that benefit all vulnerable groups within the college community. The cell is committed to promoting diversity among students, faculty, and staff while eradicating all forms of prejudice within the college’s operational framework.

Its overarching goal is to cultivate an environment conducive to positive social interactions among students from diverse social backgrounds. The Equal Opportunity Cell serves as a valuable platform for information exchange, grievance resolution, and prompt solutions. Students with disabilities are provided with information about various scholarships, government schemes that support their studies, and important college events to ensure their full participation and inclusion. The objectives of the Cell are as follows:

  • i. To foster an environment of Equal Opportunity through awareness generation programs.

  • ii. To offer additional support for skill development and improving the employability of students.


  • i. To prioritize comprehensive personality and skill development to enhance employability.

  • ii. To achieve inclusive growth by integrating everyone into the societal mainstream.

  • iii. To raise awareness and promote sensitivity towards discrimination based on various criteria.


  • Mrs. J. Rohini, Convenor

  • Mrs. A. Thenmozhi, Member

In line with our college motto “Empowering Women”, we inaugurated the Entrepreneurship Development Programme Cell back in 2010. The primary objective of this cell is to foster the emergence of women entrepreneurs. Over the years, the cell has streamlined its efforts in various fields, including Agriculture, Floriculture, Kitchen Gardening, Catering, and Mushroom Cultivation. These initiatives have not only enabled our students to generate income but have also paved the path towards self-employment. The coordinator’s role and responsibilities are to

  • i. Inspire, support, and guide students in identifying and nurturing their innovative ideas.

  • ii. Host business plan competitions in collaboration with industry partners.

  • iii. Provide education in vital life skills, including innovative problem-solving, tackling real-world challenges, fostering collaboration, and teamwork.

  • iv. Cultivate students’ skills in product development, encouraging the creation of new products.

  • v. Conduct awareness programs regarding government schemes, loans, and subsidy opportunities for aspiring entrepreneurs.

  • vi. Organize seminars, workshops, and conferences focused on Rural Women Entrepreneurship.

  • vii. Educate our female students on crafting new products using locally available resources.

  • viii. Offer guidance on effectively promoting products through social media platforms.

  • ix. Showcase success stories of accomplished women entrepreneurs.

  • x. Collaborate with incubation units for future development opportunities.