Patrician College of Arts and Science (PCAS), Chennai Campus & Infrastructure

Chennai (Tamil Nadu) Estd : 2001 Approved by : NAAC Type : Private
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Audio-Visual Room

5 conference rooms with projector facilities, roll down screens, audio equipments, lights, fans, with seating capacity of 100 which is used for lectures with ICT tools.

Visual Communication-Recording Room and Editing Room

The Recording Studio and Recording Room with mixing console, mics, Yamaha Speakers, and a Nuendo 6.5 licensed software for editing

Visual Communication-Studio

Photography studio with still cameras, video camera, lights, tripod stand, soft boxes, reflector and cutter and umbrellas

Digital & Microprocessor Lab

Lab provided with microprocessor 8085 kits and digital electronics trainer kits with a seating capacity of 50 students

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Students Activities & Clubs

NSS Club

The NSS Unit of Patrician College organized an orientation programme for 200 NSS student volunteers on 4th August 2015 in  college auditorium.  Ms. Sindhu Sivan, Asst. Prof., Department of Social Work was the guest speaker. The speaker oriented the student volunteers on the objectives, motto, symbol, song of NSS, its activities and special campaign programmes. The orientation programme YRG Care - an NGO working for AIDS people and cancer patients familiarised them with their new initiative called One Two One (121) which facilitates  health services to society through a mobile app.

Student Awakening Day

To commemorate our former President Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam’s birthday, the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, announced that his birthday, October 15, would be observed as Youth Awakening Day. India had a scientist, scholars, poets, philosophers and unparalleled leaders to the country and Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam was a very prominent one among them. He is being hailed as the Missile Man of India who led his life in accordance with Tirukkural and a youth icon.


National Service Scheme Week was celebrated from 23rd to 30th September 2015 to raise awareness of road safety. The objectives of the programme were to ensure that all students use helmets while driving two wheelers, to find out whether all students possess valid driving licence, to get registration numbers of all the students’ vehicles and to give awareness on the risk of travelling in triples. NSS volunteers along with NSS officers got registration numbers and licence details from the students who use vehicles. NSS volunteers conducted a Villupattu based on the theme of road safety during the assembly on 3rd September 2015.The programme was organized by a team headed by.Ms.Joicy Lidwina and members Dr.Dhanajayan, Ms.Sindhu Sivan, Mr.Arunan.


Enviro Club planned to donate 1000 kgs of paper and in February we were able to exceed the target and 1215 kgs of paper has been donated through college to ITC for Recycling.

On 7th, 14th and 21st of February our Enviro Club Volunteers joined hands along with EFI for the Lake Clean Programme.  Keelkatalai Lake was cleaned by our Volunteers.

On 24/2/2016- “Say No to Plastics Campaign” was organised. The Club members explained the ill effects of plastics through a Mime, Speech, Song, Banners and Displays.  To initiate this effort from our college premises the club donated Paper Covers to the College Canteen.

On 1/3/2016 the club conducted an Interdepartmental Event BUILD OUR NATURAL ENVIRONMENT-“BONE”2016.  Various events based on Eco friendly themes were organized. The events are Junk Art, T-Shirt Designing, Photography and Product Packing. The students participated with zeal and enthusiasm and won various prizes.

The events were judged by Dr. J. Gnanapushpam, Head, PCEC and Mr. Rufus Sooriyakumar, Placement Officer. The students of BCA Department won 1st Place in Both Junk Art and Product Packing. Visual Communication Department Won 1st Place in photography and 2nd Place in Product Packing. Bsc (CS) Dept won 1st place in T-Shirt Designing and 2nd   Place in Photography. BBA department won 2nd  place in T-Shirt Designing. The Winning Certificates were distributed to the students

Youth Red Cross Society

  • The major objective of Patrician YRC is to shield human life and create a health based society in neighbourbood and regionally.
  • The YRC was initiated for the purpose of providing service during emergency times like civil disturbance, floods and other natural calamities.
  • It also targets the promotion of health and hygiene among student's community.

Fine Art Club

This academic year the club commenced its activities for the year on 13th July   with the Fine Arts Week from 13th to 17th July 2015 during which a slew of workshops on varied creative art forms and daily Talent shows were organized. The inaugural function was graced by Dr. Margaret Thomas, Head Department of Fine Arts, Stella Maris College, Chennai. 


Simultaneously, during the break period (11.15- 11.40am), the assembly area became the converging point for the student community as music and talent show took centre stage. Each day students/groups registering with the Club Co-ordinator could perform through Instrumental music, mimicry, mime or any other creative 


Since music is a known stress buster the club initiated a program with the College management to play inspirational music during the morning and afternoon break. The initiative was much applauded and put into action with immediate effect. 


In order to ensure that the best dancers of the college gets represented for the many college level competitions in city colleges, the Fine Arts club held auditions on 30th July inviting students from all department to be part of the auditions. Two of our alumni, Mr. Ansari and Mr. Sushrith, both professional dancers, conducted the auditions. Twelve students were selected and 5 short listed to be part of the college dance team.


On August 28th, in keeping with the multicultural environment in the campus, the club celebrated Onam. All the students and staff were encouraged to come in the traditional kerala attire. A beautiful “Pookollam”(floral rangoli) was laid out in the assembly area.  The graceful dance “Kaikottukali” was followed by onam songs and a message was given Rev. Bro. Francis, Superior, Patrician Community. 


To encourage the culture of debate among the student community, the club held an interactive workshop on debating skills on 19th February 2016. The resource person was Ms. Aparna, from the Debate Cell of Madras Christian College, Chennai. 

Women cell


The college has constituted the Anti-Sexual Harassment Cell as per the Visaka guidelines given by the Supreme Court of India(1997) The Cell Committee comprises of a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) and a woman Teaching Staff and a woman non-teaching staff assisted by Student Representatives.

The cell aims

  • To prevent discrimination and sexual harassment against women, both student and the faculty, by promoting gender amity among students and employees.

  • To deal with cases of discrimination and sexual harassment against women, in a time bond manner, aiming at ensuring support services to the victimized and termination of the harassment;

  • Motto- Speak Up, Step Forward, Face Reality

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