Committees

Discipline Committee

  • A Discipline Committee is a body that is responsible for enforcing rules and regulations in a particular institution.
  • The committee's primary function is to investigate and adjudicate complaints or alleged violations of code of conduct or ethical standards.
  • The discipline committee plays a vital role in maintaining the integrity and credibility of the institution.
  • By enforcing code of conduct and ethical standards, they help to ensure that members of the organization behave in a professional and responsible manner.

Members

S.NO NAME DEPARTMENT
1 Dr. D. ANDREWS SCOTT Commerce
2 Dr. K. SARAVANAN Business Administration
3 Dr. K. VAIKUNDA RAJA English
4 Dr. K. MUTHU RAJA Chemistry
5 Mr. S. PRADEESH Computer Applications
6 Dr. S. P. MATHAVAN Physical Education

Anti- Ragging Committee

  • An Anti-ragging Committee is a body established in educational institutions to prevent and eliminate ragging, which is any form of physical or mental abuse, harassment, or bullying of students by other students.
  • The committee is responsible for ensuring a safe and healthy environment for students and preventing any untoward incidents of ragging.
  • The committee's primary goal is to promote a safe and inclusive learning environment that is free from any kind of harassment or bullying.
  • By enforcing strict rules and regulations against ragging, the committee helps to create a positive and healthy atmosphere on campus, where students can focus on their studies and personal growth without fear of harassment or intimidation.

Members

S.NO NAME DEPARTMENT
1 Dr. J. MERLIN SEALER SING Commerce
2 Dr. K. SARAVANAN Business Administration
3 Mrs. J. HELEN Commerce
4 Dr. N. ANGEL BENSEERA Mathematics
5 Dr. G. JANITA CHRISTOBEL Physics
6 Dr. S. P. MATHAVAN Physical Education
7 Inspector of Police, Anjugramam
8 Tashildhar, Agastheeswaram

Anti-Drug club

  • The anti-drug club is a group of individuals who are responsible for organizing and leading the activities of the club.
  • The club typically consists of a president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, and several other members who serve as coordinators for various initiatives.
  • The club's main responsibility is to create and implement strategies to prevent drug abuse and promote healthy lifestyle among club members and the wider community.
  • This may involve organizing educational campaigns, hosting events, inviting guest speakers, and partnering with other organizations to address the issue of drug abuse.

Members

S.NO NAME DEPARTMENT
1 Dr. J. MERLIN SEALER SING Commerce
2 Dr. K. SARAVANAN Business Administration
3 Mrs. J. HELEN Commerce
4 Dr. N. ANGEL BENSEERA Mathematics
5 Dr. G. JANITA CHRISTOBEL Physics
6 Dr. S. P. MATHAVAN Physical Education
7 Inspector of Police, Anjugramam
8 Tashildhar, Agastheeswaram

Fine Arts Committee

  • A Fine Arts Committee is a group of individuals within an institution responsible for promoting and supporting the arts.
  • The committee's primary function is to facilitate the creation and exhibition of fine art by providing resources and support to committee members.
  • The committee typically consists of curators, and art enthusiasts who are passionate about promoting the arts.
  • They work to provide a platform for emerging artists to showcase their work and promote artistic excellence.

Members

S.NO NAME DEPARTMENT
1 Dr. N. ANGEL BENSEERA Mathematics
2 Dr. T. BABU RAJENDRA PRASAD Business Administration
3 Dr. N. BAMA Tamil
4 Dr. M. NAGA RAJAN Physics
5 Dr. A. VIJAYALEKSHIMI Commerce
6 Ms. S. K. JINCY English
7 Mrs. V. JEBA RANI Mathematics
8 Dr. D. JENISHA Business Administration
9 Dr. JASLIN J CHRISTOPHER Chemistry
10 Dr. A. R. SINDHU Business Administration
11 Dr. S. P. MATHAVAN Physical Education
12 Dr. S. LAKSHMANAN Commerce

Eco Club

  • An Eco club is a group of individuals who are interested in promoting environmental awareness and sustainability in their community.
  • The committee may organize events, workshops, and educational programs to engage the community and encourage environmentally-friendly behaviors.
  • The committee may also work on initiatives to reduce waste, conserve energy, and promote the use of renewable resources.
  • The ultimate goal of an Eco club is to create a more sustainable and environmentally conscious community.

Members

S.NO NAME DEPARTMENT
1 Dr. J. MERLIN SEALER SING Commerce
2 Dr. N. ANGEL BENSEERA Mathematics
3 Dr. T. K. SUVITHA Commerce
4 Mr. L. R.GLINGTON English
5 Dr. S. SHARMILA Computer Applications
6 Mrs. R. SAHAYA SUDHA English
7 Dr. J. JASLIN CHRISTOPHER Chemistry
8 Dr. R. SANTHI Tamil

IQAC

  • The Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) is a body that is established by educational institutions to monitor and enhance the quality of education and academic standards.
  • The IQAC committee works towards developing a system for consistent quality improvement by identifying key areas for improvement, setting quality benchmarks, and establishing feedback mechanisms for continuous improvement.
  • The committee monitors the implementation of these quality improvement measures and provides necessary feedback to the institution's management for corrective action.

Members

S.NO NAME DEPARTMENT
1 Dr. N. ANGEL BENSEERA Mathematics
2 Dr. V. PAZHANI Mathematics
3 Dr. K. MUTHU RAJA Chemistry
4 Dr. S. SUNDAR Tamil
5 Dr. T. BABU RAJENDRA PRASAD Business Administration
6 Dr. T. J. BENEDICT JOSE Computer Applications
7 Dr. P. BEXEL English
8 Dr. M. NAGA RAJAN Physics
9 Dr. T. K. SUVITHA Commerce

NIRF

  • The National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) committee is a body that is established by the Ministry of Education, Government of India, to rank higher education institutions in the country based on a set of parameters.
  • The NIRF committee assesses institutions based on factors such as teaching, learning, and resources, research and professional practices, outreach and inclusivity, and perception.
  • The committee uses a transparent and robust methodology to rank institutions and provide information to students, parents, and other stakeholders on the quality of higher education institutions.

Members

S.NO NAME DEPARTMENT
1 Dr. V. PAZHANI Mathematics
2 Dr. N. ANGEL BENSEERA Mathematics

NACC

  • The NAAC committee is a group of experts and professionals appointed by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) to evaluate and accredit higher education institutions in India.
  • The committee assesses institutions based on a set of criteria that includes curriculum design and delivery, faculty quality, infrastructure, student support systems, research, and governance.
  • The NAAC committee uses a rigorous and transparent assessment process to provide institutions with an accreditation grade, which reflects the quality of education and institutional performance.
  • The accreditation process encourages institutions to focus on continuous improvement and quality enhancement, and also helps institutions to identify areas of improvement.

Members

S.NO NAME DEPARTMENT
1 Dr. V. PAZHANI Mathematics
2 Dr. M. I. MOHAMMED UMMA Commerce
3 Dr. K. SARAVANAN Business Administration
4 Dr. S. K. JINCY English
5 Dr. S. P. MATHAVAN Physical Education
6 Mrs. J. HELEN Commerce

Old Students Association

  • An Old Students Association (OSA) is a group of individuals within an educational institution that supports and connects with former students of the institution.
  • The committee aims to maintain a lifelong relationship between the institution and its alumni by organizing various events, reunions, and networking opportunities.
  • The OSA may also provide mentorship programs, career guidance, and other support services to assist alumni in their personal and professional development.

Members

S.NO NAME DEPARTMENT
1 Dr. J. MERLIN SEALER SING Commerce
2 Dr. D. JENISHA Business Administration
3 Dr. F. A. BINU JOSY English
4 Dr. N. BAMA Tamil
5 Dr. S. SANTHA KUMARI Mathematics
6 Dr. K. JEMILA ROSE Chemistry
7 Dr. D. SHARMILA Computer Applications
8 Dr. M. JARALD BRIGIT GILDA Physics

Consumer Forum

  • A Consumer Forum is a group of individuals that works towards protecting the rights of consumers.
  • The committee may be established at various levels, such as national, state, or local levels.
  • The committee may receive complaints from consumers regarding issues such as product quality, pricing, and unfair trade practices.
  • The committee may then investigate the complaints and take appropriate action to resolve the issues, which may include mediation, arbitration, or legal action.
  • Additionally, the committee may conduct awareness campaigns and outreach programs to educate consumers about their rights and responsibilities.

Members

S.NO NAME DEPARTMENT
1 Dr. D. ANDREWS SCOTT Commerce
2 Dr. J. MERLIN SEALER SING Commerce
3 Mr. A. ELANGO Commerce
4 Dr. J. JASLIN CHRISTOPHER Chemistry
5 Mrs. SHINY EDMUND Mathematics
6 Dr. S. SIVA BALA SOLANKI Physics
7 Mrs. SHERIBA Mathematics

Students Counselling

  • A Student Counselling Committee is a group of individuals within an educational institution that provides support to students who may be experiencing personal, academic, or emotional challenges.
  • The committee aims to create a safe and confidential environment where students can seek guidance and assistance in managing their issues.
  • The committee may offer counselling services to students, which can include individual or group counselling sessions.
  • Additionally, the committee may organize workshops, seminars, and training programs to help students develop coping strategies, interpersonal skills, and problem-solving abilities.

Members

S.NO NAME DEPARTMENT
1 Dr. N. ANGEL BENSEERA Mathematics
2 Dr. V. PAZHANI Mathematics
3 Dr. R. SANTHI Tamil
4 Mr. S. PRADEESH Computer Applications
5 Dr. S. P. MATHAVAN Physical Education
6 Dr. DIALIN J DEV English
7 Dr. J. JASLIN CHRISTOPHER Chemistry
8 Dr. V. JEBA RANI Mathematics
9 Dr. M. JARALD BRIGIT GILDA Physics

Parents Teachers Association

  • A Parents Teachers Association (PTA) is a group of parents and teachers within an educational institution that works towards improving the education and well-being of students.
  • The association aims to facilitate communication and collaboration between parents and teachers to ensure that students receive the best possible education.
  • The PTA may organize various activities, events, and programs to enhance the academic and social development of students. The association may also raise funds to support needed facilities, and other initiatives.
  • The ultimate goal of a PTA is to create a supportive and nurturing environment for students, where they can thrive academically, socially, and emotionally, and to promote a positive relationship between parents, teachers, and the college community.

Members

S.NO NAME DEPARTMENT
1 Dr. D. ANDREWS SCOTT Commerce
2 Dr. N. SUTHENDRAN Commerce
3 Dr. J. MERLIN SEALER SING Commerce
4 Dr. K. SARAVANAN Business Administration
5 Dr. S. SUNDAR Tamil
6 Dr. A. R. SINDHU Business Administration

Transport

  • Bus facilities are provided from various destinations to ensure safe and comfortable journey.
  • Car facility is also available for the students to take them to the hospitals in case of emergency.

Members

S.NO NAME DEPARTMENT
1 Dr. D. ANDREWS SCOTT Commerce
2 Dr. J. MERLIN SEALER SING Commerce
3 Dr. S. LAKSHMANAN Commerce
4 Dr. S. SUNDAR Tamil
5 Dr. S. P. MADHAVAN Physical Education

Sports

  • A sports committee is a group of individuals responsible for overseeing and managing various aspects of sports within a institution.
  • The role of a sports committee can very depending on the institution, but their main responsibilities often include developing and enforcing sports policies and regulations, organizing and overseeing sports events. and tournaments, managing sports facilities and equipment, and ensuring the safety and well-being of sport players.

Members

S.NO NAME DEPARTMENT
1 Dr. S. P. MADHAVAN Physical Education
2 Dr. D. ANDREWS SCOTT Commerce
3 Mr. S. ARJUN English
4 Dr. N. ANGEL BENSEERA Mathematics
5 Dr. S. JOHNY English
6 Mr. A. ELANGO Commerce
7 Dr. T. K. SUVITHA Commerce
8 Dr. M. NAGA RAJAN Physics
9 Dr. T. J. BENEDICT JOSE Computer Applications
10 Mr. S. RAJARAM Mathematics

Placement /Career Guidance cell

  • A placement or career guidance cell is a group of individuals within an educational institution that is responsible for providing career guidance and placement opportunities to the students
  • The main objective of the committee is to help individuals achieve their career goals and enhance their employability skills.
  • Placement cells work towards this objective by organizing various activities such as career counseling sessions, skill development workshops, mock interviews, networking events, and job fairs.
  • They also assist in creating resumes, cover letters, and preparing for job interviews to increase the chances of landing a job.

Members

S.NO NAME DEPARTMENT
1 Dr. D. ANDREWS SCOTT Commerce
2 Dr. J. MERLIN SEALER SING Commerce
3 Dr. R. SANTHI Tamil
4 Dr. T. J. BENEDICT JOSE Computer Applications
6 Mrs. R. ARULPA PEPIN RAAPITHA English

Student Empowerment Program

  • A Student Empowerment Program is a group of individuals within an educational institution providing students with resources and opportunities to enhance their personal and academic growth.
  • The committee's primary goal is to empower students to take ownership of their learning and to develop skills and competencies that will help them succeed both in and outside the classroom.
  • The committee may offer a variety of programs and services, including mentorship and coaching, leadership training, academic support, career development, and community engagement opportunities.
  • They may also collaborate with other departments and organizations to offer workshops and events on topics such as financial literacy, mental health, and diversity and inclusion.

Members

S.NO NAME DEPARTMENT
1 Dr. D. ANDREWS SCOTT Commerce
2 Dr. N. ANGEL BENSEERA Mathematics
3 Dr. J. MERLIN SEALER SING Commerce

AISHE

  • The AISHE (All India Survey on Higher Education) committee is a national-level committee established by the Ministry of Education, Government of India.
  • The primary objective of the committee is to collect, analyze, and publish data related to higher education in India.
  • The committee collects data on various aspects of higher education, including enrollment, faculty, infrastructure, programs, and finances.
  • The data collected is used to inform policy decisions related to higher education and to monitor the progress of various government initiatives aimed at improving the quality and accessibility of higher education in India.

NAAN MUDHALVAN - PHASE -II

  • The program aims to enhance the employability, innovation, and entrepreneurship skills of students through hands-on, project-based learning under the guidance of industry mentors.
  • It helps students acquire technical and professional competencies while working on real-world challenges and creating innovative solutions.
  • The program encourages students to think critically and creatively, and it is designed to provide industry-level training at the college level.

Members

S.NO NAME DEPARTMENT
1 Mr. S. PRADEESH SPOC Computer Applications
2 Dr. K. MUTHURAJA Chemistry

MOOVALUR RAMAMIRTHAM

  • Moovalur Ramamirtham Ammaiyar Education Assurance Scheme is a flagship scheme of Tamil Nadu Government.
  • This scheme has been named after the famous social and political activist and renowned author of Tamil Nadu Late Smt. Moovalur Ramamirtham.
  • The main objective of this scheme is to help girls financially to complete their further education.
  • Under this scheme, financial assistance of Rs. 1,000/- per month will be given to the eligible girls students.
  • This assistance will be provided till the girl completes her undergraduate course.
  • Only Girls Students are eligible.
  • The benefit of this scheme can be availed only by applying online.
  • Girls who have passed 6th to 8th class from private school under Right to Education Act (RTE) and passed 9th to 12th from Government School are also eligible to apply.
  • It is administered by Department of Social Welfare and Women Empowerment, Government of Tamil Nadu.

Members

S.NO NAME DEPARTMENT
1 Mrs. C. MEENAKSHI (PHASE I) Computer Applications
2 Dr. M. NAGARAJAN (PHASE II) Physics

ICT ACADEMY

  • The ICT Academy committee is a non-profit organization that focuses on providing training and development opportunities in the field of information and communication technology (ICT).
  • The committee works closely with educational institutions, industry partners, and government agencies to create a skilled and competent workforce in the ICT sector.
  • The ICT Academy committee offers a range of programs and services, including skill development workshops, certification courses, and career counseling services.
  • They also offer resources and tools for educators to integrate ICT into their teaching practices and curriculam.

Coordinator

S.NO NAME DEPARTMENT
1 Dr. K. JEMILA Commerce

TNOU

  • The TNOU (Tamil Nadu Open University) committee is a state-level committee established by the Government of Tamil Nadu to promote open and distance learning in the state.
  • The primary objective of the committee is to provide access to higher education for individuals who are unable to pursue traditional classroom-based education.
  • The TNOU committee offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programs through distance learning mode.
  • They also offer diploma and certificate courses in various fields, including business, education, computer science, and language studies.

Coordinator

S.NO NAME DEPARTMENT
1 Dr. K. MUTHURAJA Chemistry