Governance & Leadership

Organizational Flow Chart Governance

Our College has following hierarchy; The Secretary and Correspondent, The Director- Academic Affairs, The Principal, The Controller of Examinations, The Finance Committee, Academic Council, The Deans and The Faculty. The Secretary and Correspondent is the Head of the above statutory bodies. Like other colleges, the In-House Officers of the College are the Finance Officers and the Controller of Examinations. The Secretary and Correspondent (Governing Council) plans and approves policies, provides guidance and advises in the overall development of the institution and in strategic management aspects. The Secretary and Correspondent is an ultimate decision making body of the institution.

Organization of Faculty

The organization of faculty includes the Indian Language and Other Languages which constitutes the Department of Tamil, Sanskrit and English. The Faculty of Commerce constitutes with the Department of Commerce and Bank Management. The Faculty of Management Constitutes with the Department of Business Administration. The Faculty of Arts constitutes the Department of Social Work. The Faculty of Science constitutes with Department of Botany, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Microbiology, Visual Communication, Library Information Sciences and Computer Science.

Human Resources 1
Year Management Teaching staff Non-Teaching
2019-20 15 204 105
2018-19 15 209 106
2017-18 15 190 99
2016-17 13 173 78
2015-16 14 153 76
Welfare Schemes
Staff welfare scheme:
  • The children of the teaching staff who are studying in the College are granted waiver of fees and the children of non-teaching staff who wish to pursue their studies are benefited with free education.
  • The management has instituted Best Employee Award of Rs. 10,000 each, which are awarded every year as a token of appreciation and encouragement.
  • In order to encourage the staff members, incentives were provided for their publications in the reputed journals.
  • The employees were provided with Employment Provident Fund scheme for fulfilling their requirements of their long term needs.
  • The staff are given generous financial assistance (repayable) as and when required from the Staff Welfare Fund for health-related and domestic emergencies. Under the Staff Welfare Scheme, the staff members are granted Rs. 7500 p.a. by the management, from the year 2017. Around 60 staff members (both teaching and non-teaching staff) benefited from the scheme and so far Rs.3,00,000 had been disbursed to the staff members with 1% interest (in repayment of written down value).
Students welfare scheme:
  • The college provides with Free Bus facility to the Students who come from long distance around college of radius of 50 kms.
  • In order to encourage the Girl students, the management is providing each and every girl child a concession at the time of admission to various courses.
  • The college provides a range of concessions and merit scholarships for the financial assistance of needy and deserving students. Concessions in fee are also offered to deserving students who are excelling in Sports.
  • The RWA Book bank committee offers the students with Books of various streams for needy and deserving students each year.
  • The college provides flexibility in payment schedule of fees for the needy students.
  • Our college is having a General Physician for the benefits of the students in case of any emergencies.
  • The students who wish to pursue their studies along with their sports specialisations were providing education under sports quota.
  • The Women Development Cell of our College is supporting the deserving and needy students by paying their semester fees.
  • Anti-Ragging Cell: – The anti-ragging cell has been functioning in the college which is aimed at preventing ragging in any form on the campus.