Satellite campus Bus route details

To Know your Roll Number

The academic year 2024-2025 for freshers will start with Orientation Programme:Satellite Campus:

ALL SF UG & PG – Wednesday, 26 June 2024 at 10.00 a.m. in the Assembly Hall, Chatrapatti.

Main Campus:

All Aided UG & PG and SF PG – Thursday, 27 June 2024 at 10.00 am in the Edward Nolting Hall, Goripalayam.

All Art SF UG – Friday, 28 June 2024 at 10.00 am in the Edward Nolting Hall, Goripalayam.

All Science SF UG – Friday, 28 June 2024 at 10.00 am in the Edward Nolting Hall, Goripalayam.

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.


Ensure you bring the following documents with photocopy:

  1. Transfer certificate
  2. Mark statement
  3. student bank account linked with Aadhar
  4. Aadhar card
  5. community certificate
Final Schedule for End–of-Semester Examinations – April 2024.

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Campus Trees

Polyalthia longifolia


Family:  Annonaceae

Common Names: Vansulam, Ashok, False Ashok, Mast Tree

Flowering Period: March – August


  • Ashok is native to India and Sri Lanka.
  • The weeping, branching habit of this 25-foot-tall tree gives it a narrow columnar shape. Glossy green, long, narrow leaves have attractive wavy edges.
  • Ashok is commonly seen as a lofty column, very graceful with its downward-sweeping branchlets and shining, green foliage; but sometimes wide-spreading slender branches issue from the straight trunk and form a compact symmetrical crown.
  • The bark is smooth and dark greyish brown. For a short the tree is covered with a profusion of delicate, star-like flowers, which, being palest-green in colour, give the tree a peculiar hazy appearance.
  • They grow in clusters from small protuberances all along the dark branchlets.
  • Each flower, borne on a slim, green stem has a tiny calyx and six long, narrow, wavy petals arranged in two sets of three.


  • Food (Herb and Spice)
  • Leaf extracts have anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties. Bark used in Ayurvedic medicine to treat fever, diabetes, hypertension and intestinal worms.
  • Wood used to make pencils, boxes, matches and drum cylinders.
  • Tall straight trunks used to make masts of sailing ships.