Placement Cell

Salient Features of the Placement Cell

  • Placement cell is a special unit Functioning at the college as liaison office to link students, employers and companies.
  • Organizing career Guidance and Counseling programme.
  • Organized a number of Skill Development programmes for the students.
  • Organizing training and orientation
  • programmes for the final year students for placement.
  • Providing training in interview techniques and Group Discussions.
  • Placement cell trains and prepares the students for placement.
  • Cell also arranges on-campus and off-campus interview for giving placement in reputed companies and organizations.

Placement Cell Committee Members

  • Rev.Dr.S.Basil xavier S.J -Chairman
  • Dr.S.Arul Prasad - co-ordinator
  • Ms.I.Pradeepa - Member
  • Mr.A.Raja - Member
  • Mr.R.Viswanathan - Member
  • Ms.R.Josphine Therese - Member
  • Ms.P.Anthony Raj - Member
  • Mr Vigneshwaran G - Member

Students' Placed



Academic year 2008 - 2009

Companies

Students' Placed

First Source Solution limited, Bangaluru
27
HCL technologies limited
01
India gen limited, Hyderabad
04
DGK Dyeing Mills,Tirupur
08
Micro Chemicals Co,Madurai
11
Infosys
02

Placement Training Program



Academic year 2009 - 2010

Date

Companies/ Institute

No. of students Trained

23.09.2009 Mr. Balasundar, Centre Manager, IMS leading Resource Pvt.Ltd, Madurai.
26
24.09.2009 Mr. Balasundar, Centre Manager, IMS leading Resource Pvt.Ltd, Madurai.
50
01.10.2009 Dr. Alex, St. Joseph?s College, Trichy
74
24.03.2010 ELITISTIS, Madurai
191
25.03.2010 ELITISTIS, Madurai
104
26.03.2010 Golden Bow, Madurai.
95

Total Number of Students Trained : 540

Student' Placed



Academic year 2009 - 2010

Companies

Students' Placed

HDFC standard life,Madurai.
20

Total Number of Students Placed : 20

Student' Placed



Academic year 2010 - 2011

Companies

Students' Placed

Suguna Poultry, Bangalore
16
Indian Association for Saving and Credit
07
Tamilnadu Petro Product, Ltd
04
Indiagen,Dindigul.
15
Tata Johnson Controls Automotive Ltd, Chennai.
42
Suguna Poultry, Namekkal
14
Sriram life insurance,Madurai.
03
Cavincare,Madurai.
10

Total Number of Students Placed : 111

Placement Training Program



Academic year 2010 - 2011

Date

Companies/ Institute

Number of Students

14.12.2010 Vaelai Institute, Madurai
70
21.03.2011 National Institute of Banking, Madurai.
85
22.03.2011 Dr. P. Suriyarajan ? Fatima College, Madurai
46
23.03.2011 Mrs. Jeyanthi- AAC
70
24.03.2011 Apollo Computers,Madurai.
85

Total Number of Students Trained : 356

Students' Placed



Academic year 2011 - 2012

Companies

Students' Placed

Aircel
32
LIC
18
Eureka Forbes Limited, Trichy
13
Career Net, Bangalore
37
Suguna Poultry
80

Total Number of Students placed :180

Placement Training Program



Academic year 2011 - 2012

Date

Companies/ Institute

No. of students attended

01.12.2011
MUTA
37
02.12.2011
MUTA
34
05.12.2011
MUTA
11
08.12.2011
MUTA
15
09.12.2011
MUTA
22
12.12.2011
MUTA
19
13.12.2011
MUTA
25
14.12.2011
MUTA
16
15.12.2011
MUTA
13
19.12.2011
MUTA
15
10.01.2012
MUTA
5
20.01.2012
MUTA
6
12.02.2012 National Institute of Banking, Madurai.
76
06.03.2012 Dr. Suriya Rajan, Fatima College, Madurai.
23
07.03.2012 Dr. Suriya Rajan, Fatima College, Madurai.
53

Total Number of Students : 370

Student Placed



Academic year 2012 - 2013

Companies

Students' Placed

ISSM (Indian School of Science & Management)
23

Placement Training Program & Carrier Guidance



Academic year 2012 - 2013

Date

Companies/ Institute

No. of students attended

11.02.13 Soft Logic Systems Private Ltd, Chennai
102
12.02.13 Soft Logic Systems Private Ltd, Chennai
321
13.02.13 Soft Logic Systems Private Ltd, Chennai
320
14.02.13 Soft Logic Systems Private Ltd, Chennai
317
15.02.13 Soft Logic Systems Private Ltd, Chennai
129

Total Number of Students Trained: 1189

Placement Training Program



Academic year 2013 - 2014

Date

Companies/ Institute

No. of students attended

07.08.13 M. S. Krishna Kutty ,NGI, Coimbatore
117
30.01.2014 Sree Narayana Guru Institute of Management, Coimbatore
246
31.01.2014 Sree Narayana Guru Institute of Management, Coimbatore
167
05.02.2014 Mr. G. Girithera Gopalen, Asst. Manager, Amity University
103

Total Number of Students Trained: 633

Placement Cell Activities Chart for last Five Academic Years


  • Total Number of Training programme organized : 29
  • Total Number of Students trained : 2646
  • Total Number of On-Campus arranged : 23
  • Total Number of Students placed: 387
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Hostel

The Director leads...

Hi friends...

A warm welcome to our Hostels.

Thank you for spending some time to browse through these pages about the hostel.

It isnt a cliché to tell you my friends that this hostel(s) is a Home Away from Home. With all humility we could say our hostel(s) has

  • 100% Rural students
  • 95% First generation learners
  • 90% Coolie farmers

A "no" from the hostel director means deprivation of an educated life to an aspiring student, a future learned citizen.

A salute all my Jesuit fathers and brothers and friendly professor who toiled in this land building brick by brick, stone by stone for forty two long years. Dear friends, as you turn a few pages browsing the activities of the hostel please feel free

  • To suggest new plans
  • Novelty in training
  • Your help in cash kind or deed
  • And your valuable prayers.

Thank you
keep smiling
Rev.Dr.S.Paul Pragash SJ

1. Administrators

Director
Rev.Dr.S.Paul Pragash SJ
Deputy Director
Rev.Fr.Dr.Anbarasu Maria Raj, S.J.
Director,Girls Hostel
Rev.Sr. Arul Shiney SJA
Student Counsellors
Rev.Fr Savarimuthu S P S.J
Assistant Directors-Boys Hostel
Mr M.Sajan Joseph
Mr. S. Rex Rosario
Mr Prasanth Arockia Samy
Mr.M.Subash
Mr.M.Saravanan
Mr.Arulanandam
Assistant Directors Girls Hostel
Ms.A.Muthulakshmi
Ms.Abirami

2. Objective

The Jesuit Community at Arul Anandar College (Autonomous) runs Arul Anandar College Hostel, mainly for the education and welfare of the economically disadvantaged rural students who come from far off places to pursue higher education.

The aim of the hostel is to help the hostellers to grow in compassion, competence and character and thus to build a just society. The hostel provides facilitates to the students to develop their talents with the view to forming them into integrated and complete persons.

Students must achieve this objective by excelling in academic, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.

3. Hostel Administration

AAC Hostel is administered by the Hostel Director and his team.

The Hostel Director plays the role of the parents, taking great care for the well-being of the students.

The Deputy Director and the Assistant Directors help the Hostel Director in the smooth running of the hostel.

4. Admission

Students are admitted into the hostel ONLY after their college admission.

A student gains membership in the hostel by fulfilling all the conditions given to him and by paying the hostel fees as required.

Senior Students of the hostel need to renew their membership, especially at the beginning of every academic year.

A photo-copy of each of the following is to be submitted by the students at the time of admission: (i) Mark-Sheet of the School Leaving Certificate; (ii) Community Certificate (iii) Blood Group Certificate and (iv) Letter from the Parish Priest concerned (for Catholic Students only).

The parents must accompany their wards at the time of admission.

Student's Associations

To provide facilities for students to promote social, emotional and intellectual development, leadership qualities, team spirit a number of associations have been constituted.

Each association consists of the Principal as the President, the Vice-Principal (student Affairs) as the co-ordinator and one staff member of the respective discipline as the Vice-President. The Secretary of the Association is elected from among the students.

To facilitate smooth working and the development of autonomy.

The associations:

  • Tamil Literary Association
  • English Literary Association
  • History Association
  • Philosophy Association
  • Economics Association
  • Mathematics Association
  • Rural Developement Association
  • Chemistry Association
  • Physics Association
  • Computer Science Association
  • Commerce Association
  • Information Technology & Management Association
  • Business Administration Association
  • Fine arts Association
  • Physical Education Association
  • Day Scholar's Association
  • National Service Scheme
  • National Cadet Corps
  • AICUF
  • Women's Forum
  • Vincent de Paul Society
  • Youth Red Cross
  • Nature Club
  • Rotaract Club

Student Counsellors

The counselling centre with professionally qualified counsellors became a full-fledged functional unit during the academic year 2004-05. Prior to this the counselling requirements of the students were managed by the members of the faculty. Professional counselling centre was established with the objective of promoting mental health and enriching the personality development of the staff and students.

Three professionally trained counsellors form the counsellng services team at AAC. Our services include: personal counselling for student development? both academic and non-academic in individual and group settings. In addition to counselling students directly? we are also available for consultation for the staff? parents of our students and the management. Outside agencies also benefit from our services.

Activities

  • Students` Orientation at the beginning of the year.
  • Class-wise motivation sessions for all students.
  • Personal growth sessions for women`s students.
  • Achievement Motivation Sessions for sports team players.
  • Confidence Building sessions for NSS students.
  • Leadership Development Seminars for AAC Class Leaders.
  • Psychological animation of PTA.
  • Collaboration with the Mentor Care Programme of AAC.
  • Consultation and Programme Planning for ?Muhil?, a Siddha Treatment and Research Centre.
  • Consultation and Counselling Services to NGOs involved in helping the HIV/AIDS population.

Coordinators - Mentor Care

  1. Rev.Dr.A.Sebastian Mahimairaj OCD (Shift-I)
  2. Mr.P.Ramachandran (Shift-II)
  3. Rev.Fr.S.P.Savarimuthufont (Shift-I)

Student Counsellors

  1. Dr Ramkumar G
  2. Dr Mabel Joshaline C
  3. Rev. Fr Stanislaus S CMF
  4. Ms.S.Rajeswari
  5. Mr Viswanathan R
  6. Ms Arockia Juliet P
  7. Ms Jenitha Sironmani J

Student's Grievance Cell

Student's Grievance And Appeal Committee

  1. Rev. Dr Basil Xavier S SJ Chairman
  2. Dr Rayappan S Convenor
  3. Ms Abirami S Member
  4. Ms Sahaya Josephine Mary Member
  5. Dr Nirmal Rajkumar V Member
  6. Ms Arockia Juliet P Member
  7. Dr Kalidoss B Member

Women's Grievance Cell for Prevention Of Sexual Harassment

  • Rev. Dr Basil Xavier S SJ Chairman
  • Ms Abirami S Convenor
  • Ms Henri Rita Mary S Member
  • Ms Virgin Arockiamary M Member
  • Ms Pradeepa I Member