College Student Council Vision:
To build up the brand image of our
institution on a global scale through our Young Leaders.
To encourage the academic,
professional, and personal development of the students individually and as a
group, in order to achieve overall excellence.
Objectives of the Students’ Council
To be the voice of the students to the administration and vice versa as well.
The purpose of the student council is to give students an opportunity to
develop leadership by organizing and carrying out
College activities and service projects.
Create an environment where every student can voice out their concern or need.
To provide a platform where the students can showcase their talent without
The student council is responsible for the fluid and graceful functioning of
Student and College
The Vibrant student council of Theivanai
Ammal College For Women (Autonomous) will act as an Student body they have
responsibility for all the clubs and committees on campus, which conducts many
activities in the campus throughout the year. The Student Council will be
responsible for the brand enhancement of the campus and will constantly strive
towards making the experience of the student on campus comfortable
will be the responsibility of the Council to ensure that all events,
activities and interactions on campus are conducted in a
manner acceptable to the culture and norms of the College and
Society. The council is devoted to help students realize their
Members of College Student Council
The Council has elected chairperson, vice chairperson, and
selected office bearers for each department and also has Secretaries for Fine
Arts, Hostel, Sports, and Extension.
Activities of College Student Council
· Pongal Celebration
· Republic Day
· Fresher’s Day
· Independence Day
· College Student Council Inauguration
· Teachers day
· Diwali Celebration
· Religious harmony Day
· Teen Talent
· International women’s day
· College Student Council Election
· College Student Council Valediction
· Student Contribution to College
· Student Contribution to Trust (Final Years)