Revaluation for Repeat Examination June 2022 notification

Revaluation Form

End of Semester Examination Nov 2022 Notice I & II

STUDENT’S SCHOLARSHIP FOR SC-ST 2022-2023

STUDENT’S SCHOLARSHIP FOR BC-MBC-DNC 2022-2023

STUDENT’S SCHOLARSHIP FOR MINORITY 2022-2023

PG & RESEARCH DEPARTMENT OF BOTANY ORGANISES INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON “UNIFYING BIOLOGY THROUGH DIVERSITY”(ICUBD-2022)
14 &15 October 2022

MOOVALUR RAMAMIRTHAM ASSURANCE SCHEME 2022-2023

Schedule for Repeat Examination – June 2022

To Know your Roll Number

June Repeat Examination Registration Date – EXTENDED

The academic year 2022-2023 for freshers will start with Orientation Programme:

Main Hall

All Aided UG & PG and All SF PG – Wednesday, 27 July 2022 at 10.00 am in the Main Hall.

SF UG Arts & Commerce – Thursday, 28 July 2022 at 10.00 am in the Main Hall.

SF UG Sciences – Friday, 29 July 2022 at 10.00 am in the Main Hall.

Satellite Campus

ALL SF UG & PG – Monday, 1 August 2022 at 10.00 a.m. in the Assembly Hall.

All students are asked to report at the respective department registration counter at the Flint Square between 8.00 a.m. and 9.45 a.m. Students who have paid the Hostel Fees are asked to report to the respective Hall immediately after their registration at the department counter.

Notice I – Repeat Examinations – June 2022

Notice II – Revaluation – End-of-Semester Examination April 2022

 

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Women’s Hall

Warden  :  Mrs.M.Vathanaruba 

History

The women’s hall the home for 81 students in the year 1961 and later increased to a number of 128 women students. Realizing the increasing demand for women’s higher education the hall was extended by an additional building with 18 spacious rooms.

Administration

The Warden of the Hall is responsible for the day-to-day administration of the Hall. The superintendents of the Hall will assist the warden in his day to day administration. Matters pertaining to policies are taken in the Hostel Board meetings of the college. The views and voices of the inmates of the hall are represented through the periodic meetings of the hall cabinet that consists of an elected general secretary, a sport secretary, a prayer secretary and a mess manager. The elected representatives of Residents carry out the duties as President, Secretary and Treasurer. The students Mess functions under the leadership of a student mess secretary who plans the menu and monitors the expenses. The mess functions on dividing system.

All matters relating to the resident students are dealt by the warden and the superintendents in consultation with the Dean of Women students and the college officers

Room Details and Occupants

All the rooms are mosquito proof, with sufficient lighting.

S.No. Type of Room No of Rooms
1. Existing Building 24
2. New Building 18

 Facilities

  • Students are provided with
  • A spacious dining Hall with comfortable dining tables and chairs.
  • Local Phone facility
  • News papers / journals