National Cadet Corps(NCC)

The National Cadet Corps (NCC) is playing a stellar role in fostering the youth of the country by providing them an ideal platform for their growth and channelizing their energies towards National Building. The NCC is the largest youth organisation in the country that truly reflects the spirit of a secular and united India. The NCC cadets are extremely motivated and disciplined and have distinguished themselves in various paths of life. The Corps is relentlessly taking efforts to inculcate national pride, patriotism, leadership and selfless service amongst the youth of the country and create a reservoir of disciplined and responsible citizens of the country.

Origin and Development

The NCC has its genesis in the University Corps which was created under the Indian Defence Act 1917, with the objective to train students for the Army. The University Corps was then replaced by the University Training Corps in 1920 under the Indian Territorial Act. In 1942, it was renamed as the University Officers Training Corps. In September 1946, the Kunzru Committee was set up to establish a nation-wide youth organisation covering both schools and colleges and consequently the National Cadet Corps (NCC) came into existence on 15th July 1948, with the motto ?Unity and Discipline?. The Girls Division was introduced in 1949. Following the Army NCC Units, the Air Force and Naval NCC Units were introduced in 1950 and 1952 respectively. This voluntary youth organisation, which started with 20,000 cadets, is today probably the largest uniformed youth organisation in the world with 13 lakh cadets. The NCC headquarters is located in New Delhi. Control and coordination are exercised through 17 State Directorates. The Tamilnadu, Puducherry, Andaman and Nicobar NCC Directorate consists of 386 colleges, 835 schools, 19479 SW(Girls) cadets and 85605 SD(Boys) cadets.

To the youth

NCC develops the personality of the youth through training, adventure and cultural activities and transforms them into a disciplined, mature and integrated youth, which goes long way towards national development. NCC gives a chance to the students to serve in the Armed Forces. He/she gets a life full of adventure and gets into a different lifestyle with honour, dignity and pride. The cadets also get chance to visit foreign countries through the Youth Exchange Programme(YEP).

Incentives to cadets

Vacancies are reserved for NCC cadets in Indian Military Academy(IMA), Dehradun, Officers Training Academy(OTA), Chennai, Indian Naval Academy and Indian Air Force Academy. Bonus marks and preference are given to NCC cadets in Para Military forces, State government jobs and private industries. The State governments and other private agencies are giving scholarships, cash awards and prize medals to high achievers and meritorious cadets ranging from 1200 to 30000 every year.

To the country at large

The NCC is an outstanding symbol of national integration. It is an excellent nurturing ground for the future leaders of the country. It is destined to achieve greater heights of excellence. It has made noteworthy contribution in inculcating comradeship amongst the youth and has provided the armed forces with a steady stream of fine young men and women as military trainees. An image of secularism and national integration, the NCC engenders ethos of nationalism thus strengthening the basic fibre of strong India and moulds the youth into worthy citizens of the country.


  1. Mr Robert Dhiliban J

Jai Hind !

National Service Scheme(NSS)


FAITH : When you give people a share of responsibility in sharpening their lives you increase their self-confidence, with out which they are nothing. When they have faith in themselves, they are prepared to take on even the most difficult problems and solve them. And in order to generate that faith we must first demonstrate that we have faith in the ability of the people to undertake nation-building activities. Faith begets faith and democracy can grow only when the people, particularly those who belong to the lowest itrata of society, accept in fully.


Even since independence there has been growing awareness of the desirability of involving students in national service. The First Education Commission (1950) recommended the introduction of national service by students on a voluntary basis. Subsequently on the basis of suggestion made by the then Prime Minister Pt. Nehru, a committee was appointed under the chairmanship of Dr. C. D. Deshmukh to prepare a scheme for compulsory national service by students prior to their admission for degree courses. Prof. K. G. Saiyidain who undertook a study of national service by youth in several countries, recommended that national service may be introduced on a voluntary basis. A similar recommendation was made by the Education Commission appointed under the Chairmanship of Dr. D. S. Kothari.

In April, 1967, the Conference of State Education Ministers recommended that at the University stage students could be permitted to join the National Cadet Corps which was already in existence on a voluntary basis and an alternative to this could be offered to them in the form of a new programme called the National Service Scheme (NSS). Promising sportsmen, however, should be exempted from both and allowed to join another scheme called the National Sports Organisation (NSO), in view of the need to give priority to the development of sports and athletics.

The conference of Vice-Chancellors in September 1967 welcomed this recommendation and suggested that a special committed of Vice-Chancellors should be set up to examine this question in details. The details were soon worked out and the planning commission sanctioned an outlay of Rs. 5 crore for developing the NSS during the 4th Five Year Plan as a pilot project in selected institutions and universities. In pursuance of these recommendations, the ministry of Education introduced the National Service Scheme during 1969-70. The choice of the timing of its introduction was remarkably suspicious as 1969 was the birth centenary year of Mahatma Gandhi, the father of nation to whom social service was almost a religion.


The motto or watch wood of the National Service Scheme is ?NOT ME BUT YOU?. This expresses the essence of democratic living and upholds the need for selfless service and appreciation of another person's point of view and consideration for fellow human beings. It illustrates that the welfare of an individual is ultimately dependent on the welfare of society as a whole. Therefore, it is the aim of the NSS to demonstrate its motto in its day-to-day programme


The symbol of the National Service Scheme, as appearing on the cover is based on the ?Rath? wheel of the Konark Sun Temple of Orissa. These giant wheels of the Sun Temple portray the cycle of creation, preservation and release and signify the movement in life across time and space. The wheel signifies the progressive cycle of life. It stands for continuity as well as change and implies on the part of the NSS for continuous striving forward for social transformation and upliftment.


The NSS Symbol is embossed on NSS Badge. NSS volunteers wear it while undertaking various community programmes of community service. There are 24 wheels in ?Rath? of Sun Temple of Konark. Each wheel has eight bars, which represents 8 pahars of day. Hence the badge reminds the wearer to be in readiness for service of the nation round the clock i. e. lively, active and spirited. The NAVY BLUE colour indicates the cosmos of which the NSS is a tiny part ready to contribute its share for the welfare of the mankind.



Integral Development of Rural Students and Empowering them for Social Transformation.


To make students agents of social change through imparting skills in research and social analysis.


Aim of NSS

Development of the personality of students through community service.

Objectives of NSS

  1. To work with/among people.
  2. To engage in creative and constructive social action.
  3. To enhance his/her knowledge of himself/herself and the community.
  4. To put his/her scholarship to practical use in mitigating at least some of the problems.
  5. To gain skill in the exercise of democratic leadership.
  6. To gain skills in programme development to enable him/her for self-employment.
  7. To promote the will to serve the weaker section of the community.


Any student enrolled as NSS volunteer should put in at least 120 hours of social work in a year for a continuous period of two years i. e. 240 hours in two years on different programmes other than special camping. He should participate fully in the NSS programme and should be fully conversant with the objectives of NSS. Out of the 120 hours of service which each student volunteer is expected to put in a year, at least 20 hours should be utilized in the first year pre-placement orientation programme in the following manner:

1General Orientation2 hours
2Special Orientation8 hours
3Programme Skill Learning10 hours
Total20 hours


S.No Participation Particulars Mark
17 Day Special Camp 30
2National and State level Programme 10
3 Blood donation 15
4 1 Day camp ( Out of the campus)12
5 1 Day camp (within the campus)8
6 Flied work 8
7 Guest Lecture/ Celebrations / Functions 5
8Cultural/ Rally/ awareness 5
9 Viva and Assignment10


  1. To establish rapport with the people in the project area
  2. Identify needs, problems and resources of the community
  3. Plan programmes and carry out the plans
  4. Relate his learning and experience towards finding solutions to the problems identifies
  5. Record the activities in his work dairy systematically and assess the progress periodically and effect changes as and when needed.


  1. All volunteers shall work under the guidance of a group leader nominated by the programme officer.
  2. They shall make themselves worthy of the confidence and cooperation of the group/community leadership..
  3. They shall scrupulously avoid entering into any controversial issues.
  4. They shall keep day-to-day record of their activities/experience in the enclosing pages of the diary and submit to the Group Leader/Programme Officer for periodic guidance
  5. It is obligatory on the part of every volunteer to wear the NSS BADGE while on work


If you work 10 am to 6 pm it is more than sufficient for your daily needs. But if you want to make a milestone then you should work 6 am to 10 pm.


People love your wealth not you. Your wealth is not that what you have earned, but by which you have earned. It is inside of you and that is your tale


National Service Scheme aim at development of the personality of students through community service and also inculcates spirit of voluntary service among the students through sustained community interactions that bring the academic institution closer to the society. The NSS of AAC has carried out good number of activities during the academic year 2015-16.

Total Members
1. 21.06.2015 International Yoga Day collaborate with MKU Madurai Kamaraj University 62
2. 03.07.2015 and 04.07.2015 Leprosy Survey Programme collaborate with Primary Health Centre - Chellampatti Karumathur,Kottiyur,Moonandipatti and Valandur 41+15
3 25.07.2015 One day Camp College Campus 142+11
4 15.08.2015 Independence Day Celebration Madurai Kamaraj University 30+4
5 19.08.5015 Filed Work College Campus 51+2
6 05.09.2015 One Day Camp Mercy Home - Alagusirai 109+3
7 18.09.2015 Gust Lecture Programme for individual toilet scheme. College Campus (DA) 300+6
8 24.09.2015 NSS Day and Inauguration Function  College Campus (DA) 384+6
9 30.09.2015 Awareness cultural Programme collaborated with RDS Dept Keelappachari 12+1
10 02.10.2015 Open Defecation free Panchayat appreciation programme  Madurai Medical College 10+1
11 08.10.15 Awareness cultural Programme collaborated with ARISE and Computer Science Jeyarajnagar 20+1
12 29.10.2015 Gust Lecture Programme Topic: Biography of Nethaji Subhash Chandra Bose
By Mr. Jaini form Culcata
MTH 54
13 01.12.2015 AIDS: Awareness and Signature Programme College Campus 150
14 03.12.2015 Unit wise Orientation Programme (Unit No:74) MTH 52+1
15 07.12.2015 Unit wise Orientation Programme (Unit No:73) MTH 51+1
16 15.12.2015 Primary Health Centre and NSS Collaborated organized dengue preventive and supply of Juice College campus Open to all the college students
17 16.12.2015 Human Rights Awareness cultural Programme collaborated with Peoples Watch- Madurai NSS Cultural ground 79+3
18 18.12.2015 Orientation Pragamme for unit – 70 and 72 College Campus (MTH) 210+2
19 19.12.2015 One Day Camp College Campus 262+5
20 28.12.2015 to 30.12.2015 Flood relief camp Chennai and Kadalur 19+2
21 13.012016 Guest Lecture Programme
Topic:Social Democracy
By Dr. Mukilan from New Delhi
College Campus (MTH) 108+2
22 19.01.2016 Blood donation camp collaborated with Lenard Hospital Battalakundu College Campus 51
23 21.01.2016 Field work College Campus 35
24 22.01.2016 Blood Donation Camp with collaborated Govt. Hospital Usilampatti College Campus 65
25 26.01.2016 RepublicDay Celebration at M.K.University MK University 144+4
26 07.02.2016 One Day Camp Govt.Hospital, Checkanaurai 77+2
27 10.02.2016 Orientation Programme for Leprosy awareness College Campus (George Hall) 26+2
28 11.02.2016 Leprosy Survey Programme collaborate with P.H. Centre - Chellampatti Moonduvelampatti 20
29 16.02.216 RRC - Orientation Madurai Kamaraj University 22+1
30 18.02.2016 Orientation Pragamme for unit:71 and 201 College Campus (MTH) 61+2
31 21.02.2016 Chief Ministers birth day celebration function S.R.N.M.College Satthur 46+2
32 03.03.2016 to 07.03.2016 Orientation Pragramme of SC/ST Students Madurai Kamaraj University 9
33 16.03.2106 Voters awareness Rally collaborated with Usilampatti Election Officers Karumathur 250+6
34 17.03.2016 RRC-celebrating Life Programme MTH 200+1

Participations of National level Programme:

S.Noh Volunteer Nameh Programmeh Venueh Date
1 Mr.Karuppuchamy.T South Zone NSS Pre-Republic day parade camp-2015 Mysore 21.09.2015 to 30.09.2015
2 Mr. Jerome.P National Integration Camp Bangalore University 04.12.2015 to 10.12.2015
3 Selvi.  Jeyapriya.P National Integration Camp Bangalore University 04.12.2015 to 10.12.2015
4 Selvi. Jenitha Mary .S 20th National Youth festival Raipur – Chhattisgarh 12.01.2016 to 16.01.2016

Participations of State Level Programme

S.NoVolunteer Name Programme Venue Date
1 Mr. Karuppuchamy.T State Republic day parade Chennai 16.01.2016 to 26.01.2016

Appreciation and Honoring

S.NoProgramme Organization Venue Date
1 Open Defecation free Panchayat appreciation programme District Collector Office Madurai 02.10.2015
2 Actively Participating in the blood donation camps organizer Certificate. Indian Red Cross Society, Indian Medical Association &Meenakshi Mission Hospital Madurai 20.10.2015
3 District level highest Blood Donation camp organizer award issued by Hon. Health Minister of Tamil Nadu. Tamil Nadu State AIDS control society Chennai 01.10.2015
4 Tamil Nadu Cultural Meet for Chief Minister 68th Birth Day Received V Prize from State NSS Cell, Youth Welfare Dep. S.R.N.M College-Sathur 21.02.2016


National Service Scheme aim at development of the personality of students through community service and also inculcates spirit of voluntary service among the students through sustained community interactions that bring the academic institution closer to the society. The NSS of AAC has carried out good number of activities during the academic year 2016-17.

Total Members
1. 23.12.2016 to 29.12.2016 7 day special camp Karumathur 150
1. 09.01.2017 Blood Donation camp AAC college campus 150




UNIT - 70

Co-Ordinator, AAC
UNIT - 71

Programme Officer
UNIT - 72

Programme Officer
UNIT - 73

Programme Officer
UNIT - 74

Programme Officer
UNIT - 201

Programme Officer


The Department of Physical Education is involved in Physical, Mental, Social and Spiritual formation of the students through sports and games. In addition to the regular academic activities, the Department formulates and implements the programmes and builds up various teams like Football, Hockey, Volleyball, Basketball, Hand ball, Atheletic team etc. The teams participate in the M.K.U 'C' Zonal M.K.U Champion Trophy Tournaments and open Tournaments such as Block level, District level and State level Tournaments and bring laurels to our institution.

As part of Curriculum, we have part V Physical Education. Motivation and encouragement are given to the students to opt for part V physical Education.The Department renders it?s services and extends its facilities to local schools and sports clubs to organize tournaments as well as to train their students in sports and games.

The Department organizes state level Tournaments in Hockey and Football and Inter Department Tournaments for the intergrated development of the Students.


	1. 	Major Games 			             Courts

		a.	Football 			-	2
		b.	Hockey 			        - 	1
		c.	Basketball			- 	1
		d.	Volleyball			-	1
		e.	Cricket 			- 	1

	2.	Minor Games     			     Courts

		a.	Kabaddi				- 	1
		b.	Handball 			- 	1
		c.	Kho-Kho 			- 	1
		d.	Ball Badminton 			-	1

	3.	Indoor Games 				     Events

		a.	Chess 				- 	5 Boards
		b.	Table Tennis 			- 	1
		c.	Badminton (Shuttle)		- 	1
		d.	Weight Training
		e.	Weight Lifting

	4.	Athletics 

                    Stadium with Multi ? Gym facilities and Galaries.8 lanes Track with 
                 international measurements and facilities for Track and field events.
	5. 	Indoor Stadium

          	   Indoor Stadium with facilities for Basketball, Volleyball, Badminton, 
                 Ball Badminton and T.T Courts.


  1. Dr Vanitha J


  1. Mr Sivananda Prabhu C

Youth Red Cross (YRC)

The Youth Red Cross of our college became one of the Part V activities from the year 2008-09. Regularly, the first year studentchoose their Part V activity in the beginning of the college. Nearly a total of 150-300 volunteers in each year from both shift I and shift II courses will opt for the YRC. Several programmes such as First aid training, Blood donation camp, awareness programmes on AIDS, Organ donation, Health and Hygiene, Geneva convention, Human Rights, etc. are conducted for the YRC volunteers.The following are the activities of YRC in the past five years.

No Date Name Event Document
1 26.02.09 YRC Unit Legal Aid to the victims of accident Invitation
2 27.02.09 YRC Unit First Aid Training Invitation
3 02.03.09 YRC Unit Golden Hour of Life Saving Mission Invitation

No Date Name Event Document
1 29.06.09 Mr.Jaba Kumar Blood Donation , Vadamalayan Blood Bank, Madurai Letter of Appreciation
2 07.07.09 Mr. P Ajin Raj Blood Donation, Govt. HQ Hospital, Usilampatti Certificate
3 29.07.09 Mr. T. Joshuva Mr. M. Ashok Blood Donation ,Govt. Hospital Usilampatti Letter of Appreciation
4 27.08.09 Mr. J Muruganantham One day seminar on Global Warming and Observation of the 150th Anniversary of Salaforino ? Participation Certificate
5 27.08.09 Ms. G. Stephy One day seminar on Global Warming and Observation of the 150th Anniversary of Salaforino ? Participation Certificate
6 21.09.09 Unit Camp for Aids Awareness programme Paper Cutting
7 07.10.09 Ms. G. Stephy Aids Awareness Programme - Indian Red Cross Society Merit Certificate
8 07.10.09 to 08.10.09 Unit Aids Awareness Programme Invitation
9 24.11.09 Mr. P. Pradeep Blood Donation,Tamil Nadu State Aids Control Society Appreciation Certificate
10 15.12.09 Mr. P Ajin Raj Mr. M. Ashok Blood Donation,Govt. Rajaji Hospital, Madurai Certificate
11 15.12.09 Unit Blood Donation - 60 units Appreciation certificate
12 22.02.10 Unit First Aid Training Programme , St. John Ambulance, Thirumangalam Communication
13 09.03.10 Mr. M. Ashok Blood Donation at Govt. Hospital, Madurai Appreciation Certificate

No Date Name Event Document
1 07.09.2010 Unit Guest Lecture on " Organ Donation " at Arul Anandar College Notice
2 23.09.2010 Unit Field visit at Azhagusirai Communication
3 01.10.2010 Dr. K.S.Joseph Wilson The National Blood Donor's Day at Meenakshi Mission Hospital Participation Certificate
4 05.10.2010 Unit Blood Donation Camp, Meenakshi Mission Hospital Certificate
5 20.01.2011 Unit First Aid Training Programme at Arul Anandar College Communication
6 2009-10 Unit Blood Donation Camp at Indiana Red Cross Society, Madurai Appreciation Certificate

No Date Name Event Document
1 23.08.2011 Unit The First Meeting Report + Photo
2 27.08.2011 Unit One day camp at Mercy Home at Madurai Report + Photo
3 09.09.2011 Unit One day First Aid Training Programme Report + Photo
4 13.12.2011 Unit One day programme on Human Rights Report
5 12.01.2012 Unit Celebration of National Report
6 18.01.2012 Unit Awareness Programme on Consumer and Fundamental Rights Report + Photo
7 07.03.2012 Unit Blood Donation Camp - 50 volunteers Report + Photo

Report on the Activities (2012-13)

  • Youth Red Cross unit of Arul Anandar College, Karumathur conducted an "Aids awareness programme" on 10th August 2012 with the help of TANSACS-IRCS, Madurai.
  • The inauguration of the YRC association activities of Arul Anandar College, Karumathur and Celebration of Geneva Convention Day were held on 22nd August 2012. Dr.George Joseph, Associate Prof. in Philosophy delivered a guest lecture on Geneva Convention.
  • The Youth Red Cross unit of Arul Anandar College conducted first-aid training programme on 11th September 2012 with the collaboration of St.John Ambulance, Madurai for all the first year YRC students of both shift I and shift II.
  • Nearly 50 students of YRC volunteers of Arul Anandar College visited Mercy Home at Alagusirai near Karumathur on 19th September 2012 as a one day camp activity. They rendered their services to clean the home and to entertain the orphans.
  • The Youth Red Cross unit of Arul Anandar College conducted an orientation programme on "Mental Health and Happiness" on 6th October 2012 for all the first year YRC students of both shift I and shift II. Dr.Jeyanthi, Assistant Prof. in Philosophy delivered a guest lecture on the above topic.
  • Youth Welfare Department of M.K.University with the help of Youth Red Cross unit of Arul Anandar college organized a three day "University Level Training cum Study Camp" at Arul Anandar College from 10th to 12th January 2013. DR.Mrs.Kalyani Mathivanan, Vice Chancellor of M.K.University inaugurated this training programme for YRC volunteers. Nearly 150 YRC students attended this programme.
  • Nearly 50 YRC students from both shift I and II attended the "University Level Training cum Study Camp" conducted by M.K.University at Arul Anandar College from 10th to 12th January 2013.
  • YRC and ARISE jointly planned to organize a "Dental Medical Camp" at AAC on 1st March 2013.

Report on the Activities (2013-14)

  1. 31.8.2013 - Welcome function to the new volunteers
  2. 10.9.2013 - Guest lecture on "Health and Hygiene"
  3. 21.9.2013 - First aid training
  4. 25.11.2013 - Blood donation camp
  5. 10.12.2013 - Participation in Human chain
  6. 11.12.2013 - Guest lecture on "Indian Red Cross Society"

Report on the Activities (2016-17)

  1. 25.8.2016 - YogaTraining Programme for II year YRC students
  2. 06.10.2016 -Orientation Programme for I year YRC students
  3. 7.10.2016 - Geneva Convention day Programme for II year YRC students


  1. Mr Stephen Jeyaraj A


  1. Dr Nirmal Rajkumar V
  2. Dr Martin J
  3. Dr Gilbert Rani M
  4. Mr Vijaya Kumar A



Rotaract clubs are part of a global effort to bring peace and international to the world .This effort starts at the community level but knows no limits in it outreach. Rotaractors have access to the many resources of Rotary international and The Rotary foundation.


Rotaract has evolved quickly in its short but dynamic history. In the early 1960s, Rotary club around the world began to sponsor university youth groups as community service projects. The 1967-68 RI presidents, Luther H.Hodges, and the RI board of directors considered this club activity to have internatoinal relevance, and Rotaract was approved in 1968 as an official program for Rotary clubs. The first club chartered was the Rotaract club of north charlotte, North Carolina, USA, on 13 March 1968.

Several decades later, the Rotaract program has grown into a strong, international network of9, 539 clubs in 178 countries and geographical areas. Rotaract's 2,19,397members are young men and women (ages 18 to30) who serve the need of their communities, widen their personal and professional contacts, and increase their understanding of the world.


  • To develop professional and leadership skills
  • To emphasize respect for the rights of others based on recognition of the worth of each individual.
  • To recognize the dignity and value of all useful occupations as opportunities to serve.
  • To recognize, practice, and promote ethical standards as leadership qualities and vocational responsibilities.
  • To develop knowledge and understanding of the needs, problems, and opportunities in the community and worldwide.
  • To provide opportunities for personal and group activities to serve the community and promote international understanding and goodwill toward all people.


  1. Dr Gurusamy G


  1. Mr Arun Prasad
  2. Ms Yogarani R


To Preserve Andconserve Nature


Nature club was established in the year 2005 with an aim to sensitize the students about environmental issues.


  1. Motivating students to know the value of environment and nature.
  2. Organising various ecofriendly activities, workshops and seminars.


  1. Wild Life Activists Short films ? David Attenborough etc.
  2. Organising a rally on biodiversity and conservation.
  3. Poster presentation.
  4. Speech/ Discussion on environmental issues.
  5. Environmental awareness test/ competition


  1. Creation of a medicinal plant garden.
  2. Essay, slogan, poster and quiz on Climate change etc.
  3. Bird Watching
  4. Creating awareness on eradication of plastics and Prosophistrees.
  5. Watershed Programs.

III.Ecofriendly Activities

  1. Motivate the students to keep their surroundings green and clean by undertaking plantation of trees.
  2. Excursion trips, birds watching, trekking programmesandcycle rally.
  3. Recycle? Visit to Municipal waste recycling plant
  4. Reduce ? Wastage of water in agriculture.

Proposed activities for the Academic year 2013-14

  1. Awareness on the environment
  2. Documentaries on nature, animals, Plants
  3. Creation of a medicinal Plants Garden
  4. Maintaining a biodiversity register
  5. Training on green technologies- Mushroom cultivation, Vermi-composting (Earthworm manure)
  6. Artificial nest boxes for sparrows and hollow nesting birds and their conservation.
  7. Rallies on environment issues.
  8. Visits for Bird watching.


  1. Dr.S.P.Malar Kannan


  1. Ms.K.Ramya


Consumer Club is an organization designed specifically for creating awareness among the students regarding the consumer?s rights and privileges. This club has been started based on the recommendation of the government of Tamilnadu. Every year guest lectures were organized with the experts from legal, academic and social sector. Rallies were organized to create consumer awareness among the students.

Consumer club Report 2015-16

Arul Anandar College Consumer club and Tamilnadu citizen consumer protection centre jointly organized one day Election Consumer Awareness programme on 30th March 2016. Dr.S.Rayappan, convenor, consumer club,Arul Anandar College welcome the members. Rev.Dr. S. Basil Xavier, S.J., Principal, Arul Anandar College preside over the function. Mr.R.Karnen Founder and head, Tamilnadu Citizen Consumer Protection Centre gave the key note address. Mr.K.Veluch Samy, District Revenue Officer, Madurai Started 100% vote election signature combine and Mr. M.Balasubramanian RDO, Usilampatti distributed election awareness pamphlet. Mr.S.Rehobeyam, Deputy Collector, Regional Manager, Tamilnadu Civil Supply Corporation, Madurai gave special address. Dr.S. Lakhshminarayanan, Food protection and Medicine department, Madurai delivered special lecture on food safety and protection. Dr.S.Suguna, Food protection and Medicine department, Theni special talk about food safety. Mr.K.R.Ravi, Thasildar, Usilampatti gave the lecture on importance of food protection. Rev.Dr.A.Antony Pappuraj, S.J Secretary, Arul Anandar College and Dr.I.Devanen, Deputy principal gave felicitation addresses. Finally,Prof.S.Sebasthiyan, co-convenor, consumer club, Arul Anandar College, proposed vote of thanks.


  1. Dr.S.Rayappan


  1. Mr.S.Sebastian


  • All India Catholic University Federation was found by Rev. FR. Carty SJ in 1924 at St.Joseph?s College, Tirchy.
  • AICUF functions in 12 states of India
  • AICUF is active in more than 25 colleges in Tamil Nadu.

Objectives of AICUF

  • To analyze socially the various situation in India and Tamilnadu and to approach the society with social awareness.
  • To prepare the students to respond to the social issues in today’s context.

Trainings by AICUF

  • Leadership & Personality Development
  • Social Analysis & Field Visits
  • Political Awareness
  • Street Theatre & Folk arts training
  • Journalism & Media Education
  • Criticism on Documentary Films
  • Human Rights Education
  • Summer Camps
  • Documentation

AICUF Activities

  • Developing personality and leadership qualify for today’s youth, with the virtues like Love, Justice, Honesty, Truth, Equality and Brotherhood.
  • Organizing Seminars, Special Talk, Debates, Group discussions to make the students socially concerned.
  • Conducting workshops to explore the multi talent of the students.

Structure of AICUF

  • National Level
  • State Level
  • Regional Level
  • Unit Level


  1. Rev.Fr Godwin Rufus SJ


  1. Mr Arokia Maria Micheal Raja A


  1. Ms Helen J

“We are born in an unjust society, and we are determined not to leave it as we have found it”