Tamil, the “Classical Language” is the mother tongue of the vast majority of the people of Tamilnadu. Our College was started as a Senthamil College in July 1968
The Department of English came into existence in 1968, when the Pre- University Course was introduced. Most of the students are from rural background and their primary
The College offered History as a subject at the Pre-University level in the year 1972. Mrs. Lalitha Bai was the first lady Lecturer of the Department on 1st August 1972.
To create Computer awareness, the Department selected Computer Science as one of the optional papers. Mr. M.Murugalingam was the first to teach computer science in our College.
In just about two hundred years since it emerged as a systematic science, Chemistry has made impressive contributions to human knowledge and civilization. The ingenuity of millions
Even though the College was started in 1968 for the study of Tamil only, Science subjects were introduced in course of time. Consequently Physics was incorporated as an Ancillary subject.
To promote the spirit of nationalization and secularism among students. To facilitate the acquisition and diversification of knowledge and skills that have not only relevance in the local job market but also the potential to generate, enrich and enlarge human resources for a developing nation.
To provide the youth, particularly the under privileged of Papanasam and its neighbouring villages, an opportunity to pursue Higher Education.
To promote the spirit of nationalization and secularism among students.Introducing courses and options that have immediate relevance to the neighbourhood .
To facilitate the acquisition and diversification of knowledge and skills that have not only relevance in the local job market.
To nurture the all-round development of students by providing an intellectually stimulating and emotionally caring environment.
To create and actively promote a culture of growth and human welfare i.e. growth of the institution, both qualitative and quantitative, as well as the welfare of teachers, non-teaching staff and students.
Admitting students and recruiting teachers across barriers of caste, creed, race, religion and language. Facilitating the growth of a composite culture through practices
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