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Consumer Club


Consumer Club:

The aim of Citizen Consumer Club is to empower all   consumer segments to obtain a just deal in the purchase of goods and services to uphold consumer rights.

Consumer Right's:

  • Right to Safety
  • Right to Inform
  • Right to Choose
  • Right to Heared
  • Right to Seek Redressal
  • Right to Education
  • Right to Basic Needs
  • Right to Health Environment


  • To spread awareness on consumer rights amongst all consumer segments especially among college students.
  • To emerge as the best citizen consumer club at State Level adjudged by the Commissioner of Civil Supplies and Consumer Protection through the State Government to Government of India.


  • To enable students understand fundamental rights of a citizen and make them realize and learn the fundamental duties of a good citizen.
  • To inject knowledge and skills relating to consumer rights among our college students and to impart knowledge on product standards, product quality and about markets.
  • To make them aware of laws enacted for protection / welfare of consumers and enforcement authorities concerned To build a base of enlightened citizen customers as the foundation of future India.
  • Bring awareness and realization about duties and responsibilities as Citizens of India.


  • To educate consumers, balance consumer needs and degree of protection and to provide relevant consumer rights and entitlements.
  • To advise individual consumers and protect their rights.
  • To ensure prices of goods are fair and appropriate with relevance to its quality and value.
  • To work with the existing laws in order to protect consumer’s interest and general health.
  • To encourage the involvement of society and citizens (consumers) in the consideration, standardization and basic provision of their rights.


  • Giving lectures on consumer’s rights.
  • Celebrating world consumer day  
  • Drawing Competition – Consumer Awareness
  • Essay Writing Competition– Consumer Awareness
  • Poetry writing– Consumer Awareness


     Mr. P. Vijay, Assistant Professor in Commerce with CA


Tamilzhar Tharkappu Kalai Mandram



  • It helps the student to improve their personal growth and development.
  • To help the student to  lay the foundation in taking charge of and being responsible for their own personal safety, health and to consistently seek higher standards not only in  martial arts training but ultimately within themselves.
  • Our aim is to catalysts for positive growth and firmly believes that small improvements can lead to seismic changes.


  • Our students to learn witness and experience the traditional teachings of Karate, the excellence of Karate and the personal growth aspect of meditation in a professional, experienced and respectful environment.
  • To nurture and grow our core values and create positive benefits that will become contagious.

About Karate:

 Karate, (Japanese: “empty hand”) unarmed martial-arts discipline employing kicking, striking, and defensive blocking with arms and legs. It makes to concentrating as much of the body’s power as possible at the point and instant of impact. Striking surfaces include the hands, ball of the foot, heel, forearm, knee, and elbow. All are toughened by practice blows against padded surfaces or wood. Pine boards up to several inches in thickness can be broken by the bare hand or foot of an expert. Timing, tactics, and spirit, however, are each considered at least as important as physical toughening.

 Karate evolved in East Asia over a period of centuries, becoming systematized in Okinawa in the 17th century, probably by people forbidden to carry weapons. It was imported into Japan in the 1920s. Several schools and systems developed each favouring somewhat different techniques and training methods. Karate, like other Asian martial-arts disciplines, stresses mental attitude, rituals of courtesy, costumes, and a complex ranking system (by colour of belt). There is some overlapping of technique with other fighting styles.


     Dr. K. Muthukumar, Assisatnt Professor in Tamil(Aided)

Silambam -Overview

Mission :

To inspire students to achieve greatness in their lives through self-belief, ability and physical fitness. Through silambam we teach respect, integrity, honor, honesty and humanity.

Vission :

 We are determined to improve the quality of student’s physical fitness along with mental fitness. Silambam improves the student’s flexibility, agility, hand-eye coordination, awareness, strength, speed, muscular endurance, cardiovascular stamina.

About Silambam :

Silambam is a weapon-based martial art from Tamil Nadu in south India. In Tamil, the word Silambam refers to the bamboo stick which is the main weapon used in this style. The length of the stick depends on the height of the practitioner.

Silambam is an ancient warfare and finds mention in Sangam Literature such as Silapathikaram,Kalaripayattu, KuthuVarisai and Vaalveechu are considered more evolved off shoots of Silambam.Currently, there are three kinds of Silambam being practised – PorSilambam (warfare), Silambattam (folk dance) and PottiSilambam (sport). There’s much difference between the Silambam taught and followed in rural areas and cities. During competitions, Silambam is also performed with fire rings and chains.

There are seven basic moves and four basic stick rotations that are permuted and combined to invent new moves.

Apart from the kambu (stick) made of either bamboo or perambu, which is popularly associated with Silambam, the martial art is also performed using a varied range of weapons such as Surulvaal, sword, velkambu (spear), maan-kombu (deer horns) and small knives.


     Dr. K. Muthukumar, Assisatnt Professor in Tamil(Aided)

Karate - Achievement

In our college, we have karate classes under Tamilzhar tharkappu kalai mandram (centre for martial arts). In this there are 17 (9 girls & 8 boys) students were joined and practising karate under the master S.Sabarirajan in the academic year 2018-19. We have weekly 3 classes.

K.Sabari Raj attended Open National Tournament on 05.04.2018 and he won Gold medal in the Kata event and won silver medal in the Kumite event under 69kg category.

Students of the year 2018-2019


Name of the student




II B.Sc Mathematics



II B.Sc Mathematics


Sindhu P



Tamilzhorasi V



Raj Shree R

II B.Sc CS(Ai)


Swathi S

II B.Sc CS(Ai)









II B.Sc. Biochemistry


Nandha Kumar S




II M.Sc Physics



III B.Sc Maths(Ai)





Nandha Kumar R



U.Rithik Roshan

I B.Sc CS(Ai)





Santhosh Kumar S



Health and Fitness Club



Our College initiates activities to improve the physical and mental fitness of both students and faculty which will help them to live life to its fullest extent. Keeping this in mind, the department of physical education started Health and Fitness Club in 2008.

 Aim and Objectives:

To create awareness about the importance of being physically and mentally fit and to lead a healthy life, less prone to medical conditions. Eminent persons from different areas of fitness were invited to address and training sessions are organized for the benefit our students.


Director, Department of Physical Education


Reading and Drama Club


Papyrus, the Reading and Drama Club of Kongunadu Arts and Science College (Autonomous) had its inception in 2017. The aim of the club is to ensure that the members develop their creative and communicative skills and also contribute to society. Since its inauguration on 06.10.2017, the club has been conducting a number of competitions such as script-writing, play-reading and book review writing. Selected reviews and scripts have been published in the college magazine. The members meet after college hours to discuss books and read out their short stories, poems and other pieces of creative writing.


  • To cultivate the reading habit.
  • To deal develop the communicative skills of the students.
  • To instil confidence to speak before an audience.
  • To foster creativity and self-expression.
  • To develop team spirit and interactive skills.
  • To bring literature closer to life.
  • To create awareness about current issues and problems.
  • To update the students regarding the latest trends in literature.
  • To encourage logical thinking and problem solving.
  • To disseminate social messages through drama.
  • To develop script-writing, poetry, fiction, travel writing, reviews, etc.


  • Guest Lectures
  • Field Trips – eco-trips, visits to orphanages, senior citizens’ homes, etc.
  • Conducting acting and writing competitions.
  • Taking drama to the society ( street plays)
  • Interviews
  • Book, play and film (those of literary value) reviews.
  • Travel writing.

Co-ordinators :

  • Dr. Shobha Ramaswamy, Assistant Professor & Head in English (A)
  • Dr. R. Sumathi, Assistant Professor in English (A)
  • Dr. K. Muthukumar, Assistant Professor in Tamil (A)


Music Club



Music resonates within the human spirit. Irrespective of the age, music presents a sense of unity, calm, humanness and spirituality.   Music brings delightfulness in every soul when experienced. As an educational institution imbibing moral and human values in the minds of students, it was a glorious moment when Music Club was started in our college in the year 1995.

Aim and Objectives:

The music club cultivates the students with the art of music and make them to experience the ecstasy of music art. In addition to training the students in singing and playing with the instruments, trained students were also imparted enhanced skills and practices. The daily classes in the college begins after the prayer song sung by the music club students.  The active students of the club will perform their art on traditional music in all the functions of the college such as college day, sports day, graduation day, Kalaimagal Vizha and so on. ‘Music Eve’- A Musical event organized by the Music club is conducted every year by the students of the music club with their magnanimous performance.


Dr.R. Manimegalai, Assistant Professor in Tamil(Aided)


Quiz, Radio Programmes & Inter-Collegiate


The Quiz,Radio Programmes & inter-collegiate  Events bring out the innate competitive spirits and team spirits of the students. It gives them the bravery to face the harshly competitive nature of the world. It develops the intelligence of particular sport and enhances the student to give his/her best to won the competition. This will also creates a good relationship with the other department/college students. They will learn to appreciate each other’s skills and talents and will share their happiness. For some students participation in an activity will bring out their natural skills, while others may discover new potential they did not realise they had.

Natural leaders will emerge. Team work importance will be understood better by the students. It will create a great reach for the student among his/her fellowships. A Chinese proverb very aptly states, “Teach me, and I will forget. Show me and I might remember. Involve me and I will never forget”. Thus the aesthetic development like Character building, Spiritual and Moral values, Physical growth, Creativity everything gets enhanced by these types of competitions.


Dr. R. Sumathi, Associate Professor in English(A)


Yoga & Meditation Club


Yoga, an art and science performed by Indian monks past several thousand years is a boon to entire people on earth in search of beauty of body and mind. Yoga and Meditation Centre functions effectively in the college for achieving the following objectives

  • To improve the academic performance of the students with the practice of yoga.
  • To enhance the teachers with the creative teaching methods through yoga.
  • To sideline the stress and anxiety with yogic asanas.
  • To integrate people with intrinsic strength and inner peace.

Our Activities are :

  • Organising awareness programmes on yoga
  • Regular yoga classes for students and teachers
  • Celebration of International Day of Yoga and so on.


Mrs. T. Madhubala, Assistant Professor in Computer Science (UG)



Cultural Club


To develop and to extract the students’ unique talents, Kongunadu Cultural Club has been established since the inception of our college. This club serves to inculcate and to train the cultural arts such as Karagattam, Kavadiattam, Oyilattam, Mayilattam to retain the ethnicity of the diverse Indian culture and tradition. Interested students are enrolled to the club and they were trained by the experts every year. At present the trained students were training and guiding their juniors. The cultural club of our college has adored several National and State level competitions and has won several prizes, especially in Karagattam.

Every year our Karagattam team performs in the Government events like Independence Day, Republic Day celebrated by the district Collector office and has gained great accolades from the officials. The cultural club serves a platform for the national integrity and fulfills the theme “Unity in Diversity” with the idea of team work, harmony and cordiality for the revival of our nation’s pride and heritage.


  • Dr. K. Murugesan, HoD of Tamil(Aided)
  • Dr. S. Sathishkumar, Assistant Professor in Tamil(Aided)
  • Dr. K. Palanivel,Assistant Professor in Tamil(Unaided)
  • Dr. J. Nishanthini,Assistant Professor in Tamil(Unaided)
Photo Club


The Club Established on 14.09.1998.

  • To make the students as an Entrepreneur.
  • To make them to Think Creatively.

Job Oriented Certificate Course

The Club Provides one year Job Oriented Certificate Course in the name of 'Professional Photography' from 2006-07 academic year onwards. Twenty students from various departments join and learn up Digital Photography every year. 100% Practical Oriented Teaching is given by the Club Co-ordinator. The students are allowed to "earn while learn" through professional photographic shooting.

Eligibility for the Course

The Students who are studying in Under Graduate course can join in their 2nd and 3rd year of course period and PG students can join in their first or second year. Research Scholars can join at any time in their academic year.


The club started with one SLR Camera and it has grown upto a fully loaded "DIGITAL STUDIO".


Dr.V.Meiyalagan, Assistant Professor in Zoology


Swami Vivekananda Study Circle


Swami Vivekananda’s life and message has inspired almost every citizen of India, youngsters in particular. Swami Vivekananda Study Circle of our college is effectively functioning since 2011, with the motive of inculcating the moral values among the students, to train them with personality development skills and to help them to enhance their intellectual abilities.

Swami Vivekananda Study Circle of our College conducts various activities like Book Reading, Screening of Short Films, Sharing Moral stories, Games to improve the memory power and concentration, Personality development sessions and Motivational Talk about the life of the achievers to enhance the book reading habit and to upgrade the skills of the students. Swami Vivekananda Study Circle functions from 4.00 pm – 5.15 pm every Tuesday.


Dr.N.Mohanapriya, Assistant Professor in Mathematics (Aided)