Our College Management, Philanthropists and well-wishers contributed generously to facilitate the economically backward and academically proficient students. Rs. 2,00,000/- was disbursed to about 800 students, one third of the total student strength towards scholarships, Medals, Prizes, Books and Certificates etc., in the academic year 2018-2019.
The selection of the students is from the following categories:
Scholarships are given to the students every year at the time of College Day Celebrations.
The College helps to the students to receive scholarships from the following government bodies as per the Government norms. Based on sincere effort to help the students, our college received the highest amount of Rs. Rs. 24,47,170 /- and distributed the scholarships to 645 students for the academic year 2018-2019.
(I) Free Education to the first generation students belonging to backward classes up to UG Degree. Income limit below Rs. 50,000/- per year.
(II) Shri. Sultan Chand Memorial Scholarship.
(III) Kamaraj Trust Scholarships.
(IV) E.V.R. Nagammai Free Educational scholarship.
(V) For details with regard to Scholarship all undergraduate and postgraduate students are directed to contact the Office.
The Student's Welfare Centre (SWC) is established in the college with the view for bring out the hidden talents of the students. It also aims at developing the Personality, Communication skills, Competitive Aptitude skills, Cultural skills and to place the students on a higher Creative Pedestal.
ACTIVITIES UNDER SWC:
The SWC gives ample scope, opportunities and facilities for the all-round development of personality and leadership qualities of the students. It conducts various programmes such as:
Career Development Programmes:
Character Development Programmes:
USEFULNESS OF SWC TO STUDENTS OF KONGUNADU:
The SWCC identifies the capabilities of students in different areas and motivate them to escalate their current level of professionalism.
Dr. K. Murugesan, Assistant Professor, Department of Tamil(Aided)
2. THE EXAMS:
3. SOME FACTS:
4. FUNCTIONS OF CIVIL SERVICE:
a) It advises the government on policy
b) It helps to prepare and draft new legislation and
c) It helps the government to run.
5. OUR STRATEGY:
6. OUR APPROACH:
7. OUR OBJECTIVES:
Human Resource Development Cell aims in overall personality development of students. The pace of change is extremely progressive and to meet the enormously developmental needs of society the students are to be equipped with various skills. The cell intends to equip the students with necessary skills. Human resource development cell involves in organizing lectures and workshops by eminent HR's on interview techniques to improve student’s confidence level in facing interviews.
The cell proposes to conduct various activities based on leadership communication, team work, creativity, moral & ethics, social awareness and life skills.
Mrs.R. Umamaheswari, Assistant Professor and Head, Dept. of CDF
Kongunadu Arts and Science College (Autonomous) is an aided institution of Government of Tamilnadu was established in the year 1973. The college has been re-accredited by NAAC with 'A' Grade 3.64 CGPA (3rd Cycle) and awarded with College of Excellence status by UGC.
The Innovation Club strive to supports the novel and ideas in developing the business and plans and models to boost the chances for an effective start‐up creation.
Vermiculture technology, Microbial Composting, Ornamental fish breeding, Apiculture, Bonsai making, Edible mushroom production, Spawn biofabrication and functional foods from millets, Novel biofertilizers and Biopesticides production, Plant tissue culture, Single cell protein production, Spirulina production, Value Added Products, Electric Bicycle, Nanotechnology for effluent treatment, Photo and Video Production, Costume Design and Fashion-Classy Missy Designer unit.
Conducting training programs, mentor and expert meet, job fair, product exhibition, promoting increased interactions/collaborations with institutes/organizations worldwide working in this area.
a.Innovation hatching hall: This hall encourages the young minds’ innovative ideas and create excitement and explore the possible ideas. Acclaimed business leaders and distinguished scientist and academicians interact with students and faculty members to generate novel ideas
b.Idea Lab: This lab will have necessary basic facilities to pursue creative and innovative activities that involve model making, novel experimentation, design & fabrication of useful gadgets of practical use, etc.
c.Innovation Resource Centre: The existing laboratory facilities such as Botany, Zoology, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Physics, Chemistry, Language lab and Computer lab can be utilised for new experimentation and testing the new products
d.Idea Bank: Students generate their own innovative ideas and create a data bank of ideas. The innovative and economically productive ideas are chosen for experimentation/model making/project work.
e.Start-up initiatives: Innovation club provides right ecosystem to the budding entrepreneurs for the ready talent pool.
f.Workshops and Training: Workshops are organised to train start-up minds with some real-time scenario facilitating the knowledge creation, innovation and entrepreneurship activities.
g.Consultancy projects: A team of professionals and experts is undertaking the responsibility of monitoring and guiding innovative research projects and start-ups.
Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Govt. of India has established ‘MHRD’s Innovation Cell (MIC)’ to systematically foster the culture of Innovation amongst all Higher Education Institutions (HEIs). The primary mandate of MIC is to encourage, inspire and nurture young students by supporting them to work with new ideas and transform them into prototypes while they are informative years.
MIC has envisioned encouraging creation of ‘Institution’s Innovation Council (IICs)’ across selected HEIs. A network of these IICs will be established to promote innovation in the Institution through multitudinous modes leading to an innovation promotion eco-system in the campuses.
Major focus of IIC:
Functions of IICs:
COIMBATORE, the fast growing industrial hub of Kongunadu had the need for more colleges during the 70s, and this demand was fulfilled on 12th August 1973, the day on which Kongunadu Arts and Science College came into existence.
Kongunadu Arts and Science College (Autonomous),
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