Graduate Courses (Three Years)

  • B.A. (English)
  • B.A. (Tamil)
  • B.B.A. (Business Administration)
  • B.C.A. (Computer Applications)
  • B.Com. (Commerce)
  • B.Com. C.A. (Computer Applications)
  • B.Sc. (Chemistry)
  • B.Sc. (Computer Science)
  • B.Sc. (Maths)
  • B.Sc. (Physics)

Postgraduate Courses (Two Years)

  • M.Sc. (Maths)

Curricular Activities

The following activities are regularly undertaken to promote the academic excellence of students.

  1. Tutorial System
    A staff member is assigned to a group of students and he/she maintains a record of the students under his/her tutorage. He/she meets them periodically and informs the Principal of their progress. The students should also contact their tutors and discuss problems related to their studies and extra curricular activities in a free and frank manner.

  2. Coaching Classes
    Special coaching is given to those students who need additional assistance with their academic subjects. The special coaching classes are conducted in the mornings 8:00-9:00am and in the evenings 4:30-5:30pm.

  3. Special Lecturers
    Experts in various subjects are invited to deliver Guest Lectures on important topics.

  4. Study Tours
    Educational tours to industries and institutions are arranged every year to help the students obtain practical knowledge in the concerned subject.

  5. Library
    A modern library with a large collection of books, journals and magazines is located on campus to help students develop their knowledge and foster their research skills. The library is also equipped with computers and Internet access.

  6. Seminars
    Students are encouraged to present papers in seminars. Such seminars help them to understand the subject and converse fluently. Students and staff are encouraged to participate in intercollegiate seminars and present papers.

  7. Tests
    Tests and terminal exams are conducted regularly to review progress in all the subjects. The question papers are set in the University Examination pattern in order to train students to face the university exams with confidence. Results are sent to parents. A model examination is also conducted before the University examination.

  8. Promotion and Selection
    Besides a student's attendance, his/her progress in studies and discipline is keenly observed by the lecturers and the Principal. It forms the criteria for permitting students to take the university examination.

  9. Parent-Teacher Meetings
    Parent-teacher meetings are conducted regularly to exchange views and discuss the progress of the students and means to improve their academic performance.