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Avinashilingam University, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu
Avinashilingam University, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu
Address:Avinashilingam Nagar, Thadagam Post
Bharathi Park Road
Coimbatore (District Coimbatore)
Tamil Nadu, IndiaPin Code : 641043
Avinashilingam University, Coimbatore Tamil Nadu is a University recognised by UGC. Status: Deemed University.
Avinashilingam University, Coimbatore Tamil Nadu is also known as Avinashilingam Institute for Home Science and Higher Education for Women Deemed University.
Avinashilingam University, Coimbatore Tamil Nadu was established on / in 08.06.1988.
Avinashilingam University, Coimbatore Tamil Nadu is situated in Coimbatore of Tamil Nadu state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Coimbatore comes under Coimbatore Tehsil, Coimbatore District.
Fax # of Avinashilingam University, Coimbatore Tamil Nadu is 0+91-422-2438786.
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Website of Avinashilingam University, Coimbatore Tamil Nadu is www.avinashilingam.edu.
Vice Chancellor : Tel:0422 - 2443219(O), 2443389(R).
Registrar : Tel: 0422- 2441252(O), 2211288(R).
Contact Details of Avinashilingam University, Coimbatore Tamil Nadu are : Telephone: +91-422-2658716, 2658145, 2440241, 2435550, 2455870
Avinashilingam University, Department of Management Studies
* B.Sc,B.Ed,M.Ed(5year integrated course)
* B.E.(Core Engineering and Bio-medical technology)
* M.A,M.SC, M.COM
* Diploma Courses
Single Major Courses:
Computer Applications B.Com
Zoology and Animal
Plant Science and Plant Biotechnology
Physical Education B.Sc
* B.Sc Food Processing and Quality Control
* B.Sc Catering Management
* B.Com Tax Procedure and practice
* B. B.A. Tourism
Double Major Courses:
* B. Sc Biochemistry and Biotechnology
* B.Sc., B. Ed., M.ed (Five Year Integrated Course)
* Special Education and Rehabilitation and Mathematics
Four Year Paramedical Degree Courses:
* B.S. Physician Assistant
* B.Sc. Emergency and Trauma Management
Home Science Interior Design and Resource Management
Food Service Management and Dietetics
Food Science and Nutrition
Textiles and Fashion Apparel
Extension and Communication
Hindi & Journalism
Post Graduate Diploma Courses:
* Nutrition and Dietetics
* Interior Design and Environment
* Apparel Designing
* Guidance and Counseling
* Chem Informatics
* Multimedia design
Certificate and Diploma Courses:
* Certificate and Diploma Courses in Yoga for Human Excellence
Add on Diploma Courses:
* Web Designing and Hosting
* Graphics and Multimedia Technologies
* Human Resource Development
* Banking and Insurance
Add on Career Oriented Certificate Courses:
* Women's Fashion Apparel
* Soft Skill Development
* Floral Art
* Journalism in Tamil
* General Knowledge and Issues
* English for Effective Communication
* Spoken Hindi
* Vocal Music
* Statistics for basic and applied research
* Herbal Sciences
* Aquaculture Technology
* R&D oriented laboratory techniques
* Advanced Electronics
* Medical Physics
* General mathematical aptitude
* Database administration
* Network administration
* Embedded systems
* Software testing
* Communication for the Hearing Impaired
* Computerised Accounting
* Capital Markets
* Micro Finance for Entrepreneurship
* Travel Management and Airline Ticketing
* Yoga and Mediation for Youth
* IT Enabled Services
* Apparel designing
* Herbal beauty care
* Food Production and Service
* Computer Applications and Accounting Software
* Microsoft Office
* Desktop Publishing
* Career Guidance
* Web Designing
* Digital Animation
* Computer Aided Designing
* M.Sc (IT and Management)
* M.SC (Biotechnology)
Off Campus Courses:
* Clinical Nutrition
* Medical Sociology
* Clinical Nutrition
Profile of Avinashilingam UniversityAbout University
Sri Avinashilingam Home Science College for Women was established by the great patriot and educationist Dr.T.S.Avinashilingam under the auspices of the Avinashilingam Education Trust in 1957 with 45 students. The growth of the Institution has been carefully nurtured to its current heights by the world renowned educationist and nutritionist Chancellor Dr. Rajammal P. Devadas until she passed away in March 2002. It is now the largest institution in the country for imparting Home Science Education at all levels. It was one of the eight colleges on which autonomy was conferred by the University of Madras in June 1978 and the first of the women's colleges to get this distinction. Autonomy gave the College scope for academic freedom for innovations in teaching and research.
The Government of India declared Sri Avinashilingam Home Science College for Women as a Deemed University under Section 3 of the UGC Act in June 1988. The college has been renamed as Avinashilingam Institute for Home Science and Higher Education for Women. The focus on the holistic development of students is carefully being channelized under the inspirational guidance of Thiru.T.K.Shanmuganandam, Chancellor and Hon. Col. Dr. Saroja Prabhakaran, Vice Chancellor of the University. The institute follows the educational ideals of Sri Ramakrishna, Holy Mother Sri Saradamani Devi, Swami Vivekananda and Mahatma Gandhi and upholds a life of purity, discipline and service. A temple dedicated to Sri Ramakrishna commands the campus. Daily prayer and worship are an integral part of campus life. All the students and staff are expected to participate in the common assembly prayers. The institute functions under seven Faculties, namely, Home Science, Science, Humanities, Education, Business Administration, Engineering and Community Education and Entrepreneurship Development, each faculty functioning under its respective Dean.
The pattern of education has been fully semesterised. The academic year is divided into two semesters, each semester having a minimum of 100 working days. The semester pattern offers to each student, individual attention of the teacher and facilitates the student's all round development. It calls for active participation of the students in the learning process.
Sri Avinashilingam Home Science College for Women was established by Avinashilingam Education Trust in 1957 with 45 students. It is a deemed university as Section 3 of the UGC Act in June 1988. it also offered 2 years MBA program.
Avinashilingam Institute for Home Sciences and higher education for women is one of the biggest universities dedicated to the education of women in particular. A brainchild of the eminent academician late Dr.T. S. Avinashilingam it has traced a long journey since it began in the year 1957 with only 45 students to where it is today being not only one of the largest institutions of Home Science but one of the pioneers in women education.
Germinating on the principles of Sri Ramkrishna Dev, Swami Vivekananda Holy Mother Saradamani and Gandhi the university preaches its students a life of purity, honesty and self discipline.
In its nascent stage Avinashilingam Institute for Home Sciences and Higher Education for Women was the first of the women colleges to bag an autonomous stature from the University of Chennai in 1978 and subsequently went onto become a deemed university in 1988 under section 3 of the UGC Act. It is rated as a B++ institute.
Under the able Vice-Chancellorship of Dr.K.Kulandaivel, Avinash Lingam University for women boasts of an excellent faculty that includes some noted academicians of contemporary times. It has dedicated itself in the noble work of emancipation of women for the last 15 years. The University has over 8 colleges under its umbrella which is explanatory of the multifaceted courses offered.
The University has a wide array of programs ranging from undergraduate courses to postdoctoral programs and even beyond to imparting vocational trainings.
Profile of University
Avinashlingam University for Women (Formerly known as Avinashlingam Institute for Home Science & Higher Education for Women) is a deemed university established under section 3 of the UGC Act, 1956. The group of institutions under Avinashlingam University has been established on behalf of the Avinashilingam Education Trust.
First started in 1957 as Avinashilingam Home Science College for Girls, later became an autonomous college and became a Deemed University under the name Avinashilingam Institute for Home Science and Higher Education for Women in 1988.
Today, Avinashlingam University has many faculties to its credit including the Faculty of Home Science, Faculty of Science, Faculty of Humanities, Faculty of Management, Faculty of Community Education and Entrepreneur Development, Faculty of Education and Faculty of Engineering.
Avinashlingam University offers education at the Under Graduate, Post Graduate levels and also gives opportunities for doing research leading to M.Phil and Ph.D Degrees. The varsity also offers specialized education with special emphasis on Indian culture and social moral and spiritual values.
In the year 1957, Avinashilingam Home Science College for Women was established by the great patriot and educationist Dr TS Avinashilingam. It was founded under the aegis of the Avinashilingam Education Trust. The college grew steadily and earned the status of deemed university in June, 1988.
Avinashilingam University for Women is located at Coimbatore in the state of Tamil Nadu. It was declared a Deemed University by the Government of India under Section 3 of the UGC Act in June 1988. It is one of the largest institutions in the country imparting Home Science education at all levels. It was the first women's college to be conferred the status of autonomous by the University of Madras in June 1978. The status of Autonomy gave the College scope for academic freedom for innovations in teaching and research. It was previously known as Avinashilingam Institute for Home Science and Higher Education for Women.
Vission And Mission
VISION : Self development and empowerment of women through modern, scientific and value based education to enable them to lead a purposeful life filled with moral and spiritual values.
MISSION : The mission of the University is to provide quality education of global standards on a strong foundation of Indian values and traditions to women students based on current advances in science, technology and societal demands with emphasis on commitment to social progress, peace, harmony and national integration.
The objectives evolved by the students, teachers and the management for the university are to
* inculcate ethical values, social and moral standards in all the disciplines of study.
* Generate awareness among women about their rights and status through adult and non-formal education.
* Provide opportunities for all-round development of the students and excellence in higher education, research and extension in different disciplines - home sciences, sciences, humanities, education, engineering and management upto the level of Ph.D. and beyond.
* Serve as a centre for national integration to bring women from all parts of the country and develop an all-India perspective.
* Function as a centre for women and children's studies.
* Disseminate the findings of research amidst the community to facilitate development
Chancellor T.K.Shanmuganantham : The present era has witnessed giant strides in the direction of scientific and technological development. At the same time, the society as a whole is threatened on the grounds of harmony and peace stemming from modern man 's hardcore materialistic outlook and the neglect of the more refined and ethical aspects of life Intolerance, violence, hatred, quarrels and destruction of public property and life for trifle territorial, linguistic and religious issues have become today 's trend.It is only education rooted in the values, philosophy and culture of our country that can remove the ignorance from the minds of men.
It is imperative that today 's youth cultivate a sublime vision, a noble ambition because as our President A.P.J Abdul Kalam observes, ' Vision Ignites the Minds '. India needs visionaries of the stature of Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, J.R.D Tata, Vikram sarabhai and Dr.Verghese Kurien, to name a few, who can involve an entire generation in mission driven programmes which benefit the country as a wholeï¿½ The country is in dire need of educated and service-minded and inspired youth who are ready to put the needs of the nation above everything else.
' Knowledge is power ' - but mere acquisition of bookish knowledge devoid of application oriented skills will serve no purpose. Further, a developing nation like ours cannot afford depletion of the abundant national resources and human resources. The future of the country lies in the hands of the students.
The exhaustive energy of the youth both men and women physical, mental and intellectual has to be channelised towards nation-building activities. Women should be encouraged to participate more actively in all phases of development activity, because the key to sustainable development lies in the empowerment of women, If women continue to be sidelined, then the nation would be deprived of the services of one half of the countryï¿½s human resources.
Let us get together, to chart our own path towards progress, based on our inherent strengths, drawing upon our heritage and culture to enrich our lives.
Vice Chancellor Dr.Saroja Prabhakaran : Today the role of education is to transform our society into one that is vibrant with a commitment to development and change. Our education has to ensure the availability of highly educated, trained and motivated manpower for dealing with the challenges, which are inherent in the modernization, and globalization of the economy. Our country has to compete with the most advanced countries in many fields of production. Hence, the inescapable need for the nurturing of educational institutions as worthy institutions of excellence at all levels and tap the potential and nurture it with care and competence.
It is with this great vision that our founder - Chancellor, Rev . Ayya Dr T. S Avinashilingam Avl founded this institution emphasizing high academic goals together with value -based education in the light of ideals preached and practiced by Guru Maharaj, Holy Mother Saradamani Devi and Swami Vivekananda. We want that education by which character is formed, strength of mind is increased and intellect is expanded and by which one can stand on one's own feet,' says Swami Vivekanada . It is to realize this vision that Amma Dr Rajammal P. Devadas Avl worked hard with mission and zeal and lived a life of service and sacrifice.Let us strive to impart 'man-making education ' and transform students to worthy torch - bearers of the country.
Avinashilingam University for Women conducts higher education and research in different disciplines - home sciences, sciences, humanities, education, engineering and management up to the level of Ph.D. Vocational courses are offered in Catering Management and Tourism. Adding local element to the music, it conducts courses in Tamil and Music.
Education is also imparted in new age disciplines like Interior Design, Human Rights, Hospitality Management & Dietetics, Textiles and Apparel Designing, and Computer Applications. A 5 Year Integrated course is conducted in Special Education and Rehabilitation and Mathematics.
Double major courses are conducted in Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Food Science & Nutrition, Food Quality Control, Rural Development and Sociology. Paramedical degree courses are offered in Emergency and Trauma Care Management and Physician Assistance.
The university hosts six hostels for its students, namely Kalaimagal Illam, Thirumagal Illam , Malaimagal Illam, Malarmagal Illam , Arpana Illam and Sarada Illam with modern amenities and conveniences. Other available facilities are Canteen, Auditorium, Sports, and Medical Centre. A well-maintained library supports the students in their studies.
* Department of Resource Management
* Department of Food Service Management and Dietetics
* Department of Food Science and Nutrition
* Department of Textile and Clothing
* Department of Human Development
* Department of Home Science Extension
* Department of Adult, Continuing Education, Extension & Field Outreach
* Department of Bio-chemistry
* Department of Chemistry
* Department of Zoology
* Department of Botany
* Department of Physics
* Department of Mathematics
* Department of Computer Science
* Department of Economics
* Department of Tamil
* Department of English
* Department of Hindi
* Department of French
* Department of Psychology
* Department of Music
* Department of Education
* Department of Physical Education
* Department of Special Education
* Avinashilingam School of Management Technology
* Department of Commerce
* Department of Tourism Management
Community Education and Entrepreneurship Development
* Department of Information Technology
* Department of Visual Communication
* Department of Emergency and Trauma Care Management
* Department of Physician Assistant
* Bio-Medical Instrumentation
* Civil Engineering
* Computer Science Engineering
* Electrical and Electronics
* Electronics and Communication
* Food Processing and Preservation
* Information Technology
* Printing Technology
* Science and Humanities
The Institute having the following Departments:
* Department of Education
* Department of Home Science
* Department of Humanities
* Department of Science
* Department of Engineering
* Department of Physics Education
There are six hostels, Kalaimagal Illam, Thirumagal Illam , Malaimagal Illam, Malarmagal Illam , Arpana Illam and Sarada Illam (New Hostel) with modern amenities and conveniences. There is a separate building to house the postgraduate students and staff. Catering in the hostel is vegetarian. The mess is run on the dividing system.
Libraries are reservoirs of strength, grace and wit, remainders of order, calm and continuity, lakes of mental energy, neither warm nor cold, light nor dark. The pleasure they give is steady, unorgastic, reliable, deep and long-lasting '' - Germaine Greer.
Dr.T.S. Avinashilingam, founder of this institution, a distinguished educationalist and Dr. Rajammal P. Devadas, the first Vice-Chancellor and the spearheader of women's education recognized the importance and the place of library in the university education and steps were taken to organize the library with the establishment of the Institution in 1958. The library grew parallel to the development of the Institution.
Since the inception of the university, the library has been serving various components of the university community via faculty, staff and students towards the fulfillment of the objectives
Library is the power house of our University. Library caters to the research and teaching activities of institutions. It collects, manages and disseminates the information to its users according to their need. Library is situated in the heart of the campus incorporating the modern technologies so as to provide the readers right information at the right time.
* To aid the university to carry out its objectives namely conservation and dissemination of knowledge through teaching, publication and extensive programms.
* To satisfy the present and future information needs of the users and to evolve an efficient system for information storage and retrieval.
* To help the faculty members and students to attain high academic distinction.
Library membership is open to the faculty members, research scholars, students and administrative staff of the university. Research scholars and faculty members from other universities can use the library facilities with the special permission.
* The privilege of borrowing books from the library is restricted to members only.
* Members are provided with laminated barcoded library identity cards.
* Library identity cards must be presented for borrowing books. These cards are not transferable.
* Number of books to be borrowed varies according to the category of the members.
* Loss/damage of cards and books should be reported immediately to the Librarian.
* Readers will be charged with fines for overdue loans at the @ Re.1/- per book per day; the membership will be cancelled after a period of 10 days of non-return of the books.
The library brings out the following publications for the benefit of the members.
* Abstracts of Ph.D Theses
* Catalogue of current periodicals
* New additions of the library
* Library Manual
Avinashilingam University For Women is located at Coimbatore in Tamil Nadu.The University was set up as Sri Avinashilingam Home Science College for Women in 1957 under the aegis of Avinashilingam Education Trust. Dr.T.S.Avinashilingam, the renowned educationist was founder of University. At that time it was the part of the University of Madras. Dr. Rajammal P. Devadas, the great educationist and chancellor of the University was the main person behind the growth and improvement of the University.
In 1978 Sri Avinashilingam Home Science College was given the autonomy by the University of Madras. The autonomy paved the way of academic innovation and development. In1988 Government of India declared the college as deemed university. The main objectives of the University are to inculcate ethical values among the students and generate awareness among women about their rights and status through higher education. The educational principles of Sri Ramakrishna, Saradamani Devi, Swami Vivekananda and Mahatma Gandhi are followed By the University.
The University offers undergraduate ,postgraduate ,MBA, MCA,and doctorate programmes in various discplines under seven faculties including Home Science, Science, Humanities, Education, Business Administration, Engineering and Community Education and Entrepreneurship Development. It is considered as the largest institution in India for providing Home Science. The University started two Majors and two Ancillaries for the Under Graduate Degree Courses in 1989.The campus of the university contains Computer Center, Visual Communication Center, Hostels, Auditorium, Sports Complex, etc. The University received B++ status from National Assessment and Accreditation Council.
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Rise in number of Muslim girls pursuing higher educationFrom one or two in an entire college, it is now three or more in each class. This is the number of Muslim girls taking up higher education in Coimbatore. A look at the admissions that just got over for the undergraduate courses reveals that there has been a remarkable increase in the number of Muslim girls getting admitted to colleges and deemed universities in the city.
Though there are a lot more who are still denied education in the name of convention, academics are happy that they get a good number to fill the 3.5 per cent Backward Class (Muslim) quota. The quota includes seats for girls and boys.
U. Jerina Bi, a first-generation graduate who is now the Dean of Faculty of Management, Avinashilingam University for Women, remembers how it was 30 years ago and how it is now.
Those where times when girls got married when they turned 14 and had to drop out of school. From then till now, there has been a remarkable improvement in the number of girls opting for higher education. There has been a steady increase. Even now there are cases of girls dropping out after the first year or second year of graduation, but they are negligible in number compared to those completing higher education, she says.
Being the co-ordinator of UGC schemes for students belonging to minorities, Ms. Jerina Bi says there are more than 10 per cent Muslims studying in the Bharathiar University now – from UG to doctorate. Increased awareness makes them avail of the various scholarships and government schemes.
She says a majority of girls from Karumbukadai and Kottaimedu choose to study in the university because they feel safe.
But a glimpse outside of the university reveals another trend also – that of girls choosing even co-education institutions, based on choice of course and proximity to residence.
R. Rajendran, Principal of PSG College of Arts and Science, says there is a good response from Muslim girls for all the courses.
There is no inhibition, only a conviction to study. They come with much confidence. Those from the lower middle class and below poverty line do not hesitate as there are scholarships and schemes to help them. There are two Muslim girls among those selected for the free education system this year, he says.
Badri Sriman Narayanan, Principal of NGM College, Pollachi, says there has been an increase even from among the rural lot.
Girls from the very affluent rural families are not sent. But, parents who are employed in the government sector want to educate their girls. The drop out rate has reduced considerably, he says.
The faculty at Government Arts College, Coimbatore, say the number of Muslim girls taking up higher education is very high in Coimbatore compared to other districts. The State government BC (M) quota of 3.5 per cent is not enough to accommodate many eligible candidates.
Controller of Examinations of the College K. Shanmuga Sundaram says that there are many girls who come with their parents, sometimes only the mother, to inquire about the courses. When they do not get a course of their choice, they are open to study any course. Such is the interest they have in pursuing higher studies, he says.
S. Jabeen, second year MBA student, says the days of Muslim girls living within the confines of a home are over. The girls in my family are examples. All of us are getting an education though our mothers have not even completed school education. Now they want us to earn respect that only education can give. Education has broken the barriers of convention, she says.
TN university develops robotic-based soan papdi making machineCoimbatore, May 13 (PTI) The Avinashilingam University for Women here has designed and developed a partial robotic-based soan papdi flaking machine. The first machine would be delivered next month to Ghanta Foods Pvt Ltd, Hyderabad, manufacturers of Bambino brand products including soan papdi, a popular flaky Indian sweet, Dr S Maragatham, Dean, Faculty of Engineering of the University, told. Manufacturing of soan papdi being labour intensive and time consuming process, the university took up the project as a challenge, she said. The Rs eight lakh three-armed robotic machine would help reduce labour and wastage, she claimed adding the university had patented the product.
Education ecosystem gains popularityEducation ecosystem is a new concept that is now picking up everywhere and we are gradually moving towards it in order to create a stress-free environment for students, faculties and college managements, said Prof. Sheela Rama-chandran, Vice-Chancellor of Avinashilingam University.
As competition is a cause for great stress, there is a need to get rid of it and this idea is the thread of the education ecosystem.
Take for instance, the rigidity of students completing a degree in a fixed time frame. There may be many reasons for some students who cannot complete it in the given time, and this causes great stress, said the V-C.
In the new concept, the student could complete the degree with no time frame. There would be fast track completion too, and those who could make it, should complete it in that short period.
Like an ecosystem, where everything is dependant on the other, Education Ecosystem means infrastructure, proper faculty, right conception of curriculum, not teaching but learning methods, good support to the faculty, students and non-teaching staff from the management and innovative practices.
We have to enhance the education ecosystem. After assuring quality, we have to sustain it and enhance it. In the ecosystem, even the evaluation and examination system should be improved, said the V-C.
Moreover, the students from even the rural areas should be able to access quality education in such an ecosystem. Here, the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) could play a major role, remarked the V-C.
Stress-free environment should be created taking into consideration the seven factors, which the V-C called as prestige factors, like the curriculum, teaching-learning, research consultancy and extension, infrastructure, organisation and management, students support and progression and innovative practices.
These seven are the criteria set by the NAAC.
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