SC/ST/SCC Scholarship 2023-2024
Moovalur Ramamirtham Ammaiyar Higher Education Assurance Scheme

College entry timings are changed for students as follows:

Forenoon (Shift – I)

Classes begins at 8:00 am.

College gates will be closed at 9:00 am.

No students will be permitted to enter after 9:00 am.

Afternoon (Shift – II)

Classes begins at 1:45 pm.

College gates will be closed at 2:30 pm.

No students will be permitted to enter after 2:30 pm.

Our College has been ranked 58 among colleges in India in the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF 2023) released by the Ministry of HRD , Government of India.

To Know your Roll Number 0452-2530070 0452-2530070
Campus Trees

Ravenala madagascariensis


Family:  Musaceae

Common Names: Traveler’s tree

Flowering Period: December – May


  • Traveler’s Palm is one of the most interesting tree-like plants. Traveler’s palm is not a true palm. In part it looks like banana plant and in part a palm tree.
  • The leaves are up to 10 ft long and 12-20 inches wide. Young traveler’s palms have no visible trunk which, is underground. In adult plants, the trunk emerges above the ground, raising the symmetrical leaf-fan to heights ranging from 30-60 ft.
  • The green palmlike trunk grows up to 1 ft in diameter and displays distinctive trunk leaf scar rings.
  • The small white flowers, in a foot long inflorescence, are held in bracts. In these bracts and leaf folds, rainwater is collected.
  • The fruits are brown while the seeds are blue.


  • The fruits and seeds are edible.
  • The leaves are used for roofing and as a packing material. The leaf petioles and midribs are used for making walls. The bark is used for making floors in houses.
  • In these bracts and leaf folds, rainwater is collected, which can be consumed by thirsty travelers, what gives it the name traveler’s palm.