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National Service Scheme (NSS)

Overall Objectives:

Service to the community, offered while under going instruction in an education institution.

  • To arouse the social consciousness of students.
  • To provide them with an opportunity to work with the people around the education campus creatively and constructively.
  • To put the education they receive to concrete social use.

Special Objectives:

  • To work with and among the people.
  • To engage in creative and constructive social vocation.
  • To gain skills in the exercise of democratic leadership.


   Each N.S.S. volunteer is expected to do 120 hours of service in every academic year. On completion of two years, on the basis of nominal roll and diary of the students, the University will issue them certificates.


   As a mark of recognition of National Service Scheme service by students 5% additional marks may be given to the best N.S.S. Volunteer for admission to professional, Institutions such as Medical Colleges, Engineering College etc.,

Enrollment :

Four units with hundred volunteers in each unit are functioning in our College.


1. Dr. M. Dhoulath Begum, Head & Assistant Professor of Tamil  - Unit 25

2. Dr. T.M.S. Maideen, Assistant Professor of English                  - Unit 23

3.  Dr. R. Mohammed Nasrudeen, Asst. Professor of Commerce -  Unit 24

4. Dr. C. Sirajudeen, Lecturer in Tamil (S.F)                                 - Unit 22

1) NSS Reports and Photos for the Year 2020-21

2) NSS Reports and Photos for the Year 2021-22

National Cadet Corps ( NCC)

National Cadet Corps is primarily a youth organization of our country which came into existence by an Act of Parliament in the year 1948. This functions directly under the Ministry of Defence and is supported by the State Government,
The aims of NCC are:

a) To develop qualities of character, courage, comradeship, discipline, leadership, secular outlook, spirit of adventure and sportsmanship and the ideals of selfless service among the youth to make them useful citizens.

b) To create human resources of organized, trained and motivated youth to provide leadership in all walks of life including the Armed Forces and always available for the service of the nation.

c) To create a suitable environment to motivate the youth to take up a career in the Armed Forces.

We have NCC Army wing in the college with 102 cadets, (Boys & Girls) known as C-8 Company affiliated to 7 (TN) Bn, under Madurai Group. Both boys & girls can join NCC and continue to remain cadets for 3 years.
The cadets are trained in Drill, Weapon training, Map Reading, and Field craft. Opportunities are available for eligible cadets to attend camps including the Republic Day camp, Army Attachments, Mountaineering Courses, Trekking Expeditions, Para Jumping, Integration Camp, Cycle-Expedition etc.

1.  Dr. S. Syed Ali, M.A., M.Phil., CTO (C-8 Coy, N.C.C Army)
     Assistant Professor, Dept. of Tamil


1) NCC Programme Reports and Photos for the Year 2020-21

2) NCC Programme Reports and Photos for the Year 2021-22

Physical Education

Aim of Physical Education is to develop a comprehensive outlook of an individual with a strong civic position, moral qualities, sense of responsibility and who is able to successfully socialize.


  • Improve physical fitness.
  • Helps for weight reduction.
  • Promotes health.
  • Provides self discipline.
  • Improves self-confidence and self esteem.
  • Reduces stress and depression.
  • Strengthens peer relationship.
The college offers enormous scope for the students who are interested in athletics and other related sports activities. Special coaching will be provided for promising athletes and players for inter collegiate sports and games by the Physical
Director and his dedicated team of staff.

Director of Physical Education

Dr. M.S. Moosa Mubarak Ali, B.Sc., M.P.Ed., M.Phil., Ph.D., L.L.B.,

Red Ribbon Club (RRC)

   Red Ribbon Club (RRC) Programme is a voluntary on-campus intervention, aimed at heightening the risk perception and preventing HIV among youth. Red Ribbon Clubs have become a powerful medium to reach out to young people. Spearheaded by the Tamil Nadu State AIDS Control Society (TNSACS), this programme is supported by the Higher Education Department and demonstrating the importance of inter-sector collaboration to address the issue of HIV / AIDS. RRC empower students in the age group of 17-25, by giving them information and life-skills to protect themselves from HIV/AIDS and changing the most active among them into peer educators.


  • To reduce HIV infection among youth by raising their risk perception through behaviour change communication
  • To induce among youth the spirit to help and support people living with HIV/AIDS thereby reduces stigma and discrimination against PLHIVs.
  • To motivate youth and build their capacity as peer educators and change agents by developing their skills on leadership, negotiation, and team building.
  • To promote no remunerated voluntary blood donation among youth.


  • Imparting “Celebrating Life - 10 hours curriculum” to the RRC Volunteers and Programme Officers by trained resource persons.
  • Peer education and leadership trainings to the RRC volunteers
  • College and University/ Directorate level competitions such as oratorical, drawing, quiz and etc.
  • Interactions with positive people, Transgender, Injection Drug users and ICTC Counsellors.
  • Exposure visits to ICTC, STI, ART, Blood Bank and HIV Community Centre by the RRC Volunteers
  • HIV/ AIDS awareness campaigns (Rallies and Outreach activities) during events like International Youth Day (IYD), World AIDS Day (WAD), National Youth Day (NYD), National Voluntary Blood Donors Day (NVBD), World Blood Donation Day (WBD) and International Women’s Day (IWD).

Name of The Programme Officers:

  1. Dr.M.M.Abdul Kader Mohideen, M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Zoology
  2. Dr.D.Devaki, M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of History



Youth Red Cross (YRC)


    Sensitize students the importance of saving lives from disasters and fatal accidents by imparting humanitarian and empathetic perspective in them towards the poor and the sick.


Promote safety, health related initiatives, brotherhood and immediate aid to the people in the society.

Expand love and care by rescuing people and animals from danger.

Equip students render service to the under-previledged, abandoned and the deprived.

It began as the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) by a Swiss businessman Jean-Henri Dunant and Gustave Moynier in the year 1863. Jean – Henri Dunant witnessed the fatal and painful aftermath of the war in Solferino, France. In the wake of that he initiated the movement in Geneva, Switzerland with the primary objective of aiding the wounded soldiers during the war.

The National Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies exist in nearly every country in the world.  At present, nearly 190 National Societies are recognized by the ICRC and admitted as full members of the Federation.



Service to Society



  • To keep abreast of the latest technical aids and methods in the field of medicine.
  • To provide immediate help to the victims and the needy.


  •     Distribution of first Aid Kits, Basic medical provisions and first aid labels.
  •      Disaster Management Camps.
  •      Medical Camps.
  •      Guest Lecture on recent Health Related Issues.
  •      Tree planting programme.
  •      Field Visits to industries, medical health centers and asylums.
  •     Awareness programmes using technology.