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Situated in the heart of the city of Chennai in 9 acres of campus area, the College stands self-contained with prestigious structures measuring a total plinth area of 3,48,751sq.ft. This admirable infrastructural facility and the sound vision on which the Institution is built is upheld by the successive Managements, Principals, Faculty and Students and this has gained for the College the five-star status from NAAC and the College with Potential for Excellence (CPE) award from the UGC.
The Library’s primary mission is to serve the academic community with high-quality resources, services and act as a gateway to information to meet the needs of the institution’s diverse instructional, research and outreach programmes.
The Library housed in a sprawling 32,000 sq.ft.. three-storeyed building provides a stunning range of library collections and information services to the teaching, research and service functions of the user community. The Library houses over 91,917 books and 52 print journals and is also sufficiently supported by over 6000 online journals (EBSCO’s ‘Academic Search Elite’ and ‘Business Source Premier’.)The research wing has the doctoral and M.Phil dissertations for ready reference.
Question banks and books for civil services examinations, bank entrance, TOEFL, GMAT, GRE, CAT, SAT, NET, SLET etc., are available. The Conference/ Seminar Hall is well equipped with gadgets like the LCD, OHP, Television, and Multimedia System.
The automated open-access library functions from 8.00 A.M. to 5.00 P.M. It also offers Network Resource sharing (Internet Centre) and Photo copying facilities.
located in sylvan surroundings, the three block hostel facility is a home away from home for many students. The hostel facility of the college was started in 1948, by our beloved founder, Shri. V.L. Ethiraj. In those years, when women’s education itself was rare, our founder went the extra mile and thought about the security of the women who take to higher education. So he benevolently gave away his house that was situated within the campus premises to be converted to a hostel.
Started by 169 students and teachers, the hostel facility of Ethiraj College has now been enhanced to include two individual blocks (one PG block and two UG blocks) situated within the college premises and can accommodate around 500 Indian and Foreign Nationals and NRI’s.
In addition to this, the hotels have a gym, reading and recreation rooms, spacious dining halls, and telecommunication facilities. The hostels also house a full-time doctor and many corporate hospitals are available in the vicinity for emergency situations.
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The Red Ribbon Club, a unit of NSS was launched in the Aided Stream. Two programmes on AIDS awareness were organized in the college. Our Volunteers participated in "Kalaingar Life Saving Scheme" launched by the Government of Tamilnadu. A bilingual news paper launched by the South India AIDS Action Programme (SIAAP) and the UNICEF were distributed to all the students of the college. On a regular basis RRC volunteers participated in various activities like visisting AIDS Awareness Exhibition held at Kilpauk Medical College, AIDS Cell Government General Hospital and World Heart Day Program
ROTARACT CLUB OF ETHIRAJ COLLEGE FOR WOMEN
Staff In-charge: 1. Ms.S.Revathi 2. Ms.K.Krishnaveni
The Rotaract Club of Ethiraj College for Women is registered with Rotary International District 3230 and was
Citizen Consumer Club of Ethiraj College, the brain child of the former Chairman, Thiru. Dr. A. M. Swaminathan, was inaugurated on 2nd December 2008 by Mr. K. Rajaraman I.A.S, Commissioner, Department of Civil Supplies and Consumer Protection. The motto of the club is to enhance awareness among the student community about the rights and responsibilities as a consumer. It has constantly focused on imparting this knowledge to encourage students to stand up against malicious practices prevailing in the society. The club has 500 students as members. Eminent personalities from various walks of life are invited to address students on topics ranging from Product Standard and Hallmarking, Food Adulteration and Right to Information Act. Student members get an opportunity to interact and work with learned professionals and consumer activists with rich experience to combat for solutions on one platform.
Consumer Connect: The CCC of Ethiraj has its own newsletter – the Consumer Connect – which is a bi-annual publication, covering a wide range of consumer related issues and facts such as product testing, certification marks, sustainable consumption, health and environmental issues. This venture is the first of its kind among the citizen consumer clubs of all schools and colleges in Tamil Nadu.
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