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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SLP – CHILD SUPPORT WORK IN ORPHANAGES

The American college introduced Service Learning Programme (SLP) into Part V course in the year 2014. From then onwards, SLP started to function on extending the boundaries of academics. It works on a multidisciplinary educational approach that stresses the importance of social responsibilities in handling community and environmental issues. Some issues have been identified and grouped into five projects; they are Solid Waste Management, Vaigai Ecology, Village Ecology, School Extension Programme, and Child Support Work in Orphanages.
Under the guidance of Principal, a Coordinator, Five project leaders and thirty-two project associates involve actively and monitor more than 2000 students of both I and II years. These students voluntarily enrol themselves in different projects, work actively, and develop their knowledge and skills by contributing their academics to community development.

Coordinator of Service Learning Program :   Dr.S.C.B. Samuel Anbu Selvan

Project Leader:                               Mrs. Sunitha  Evelyn Christy
Project Associates 1 Dr. N.Rajkumar
2 Dr. S.Vanitha
3 Dr. T.Angeline
4 Ms. Prabha
5 Dr. A.Selvan
6 Ms. C. Jameslyn Vithya
  7 Mrs.T. Nithya

Child Support Work in orphanages – I

Course Code: SLP 1210                                                               120 Hrs. – 2 Credits

Child Support Work in orphanages – II

Course Code: SLP 2210                                                               120 Hrs. – 2 Credits Course objective:

The course aims at broadening the awareness of the issues faced by children in orphanages through building positivity among them and thereby creating ethic and civic responsibility among the students of The American College.

Basic orientation about Service Learning Program and projects

i. Profiling orphanages in Madurai District.

ii. Identifying the socio-economic profile of the children in selected orphanages.

iii. Sharing of the knowledge and skills obtained in The American College with the selected orphan-centres.

iv. Inculcation of health and hygiene awareness and healthy practices of the children in the orphanages.

v. Setting of a library in the selected orphan centres and inculcating reading practices.

vi. Imparting creative skills among the children in the orphanage home.

vii. Sensitization of the children about nature and the environment.

viii. Inculcation of health and hygiene awareness and healthy practices of the children in the orphanages.

ix. Setting of a library in the selected orphan centres and inculcating reading practices.

x. Imparting creative skills among the children in the orphanage home.

xi. Sensitization of the children about nature and the environment.

 

Activities:

A) Orphanages and old age homes were adopted to extend the care and support to the old people residing in:

  • Guruvammal Old Age Home,
  • Inbam Illam Old Age Home,
  • Sai Trust, Mahatma Old Age Home,
  • Rajaji Home for the Aged,
  • Rojavanam, and Magilchi Illam .

B) Care and support extended to orphanages

C) Cleaning campaigns at old age home.

D) Awareness programs on Health issues

E) Book Collection Campaign for needy children