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Arul Anandar College, [AAC] Madurai

Arul Anandar College, [AAC] Madurai Details

About Arul Anandar College, [AAC] Madurai

Arul Anandar College (Autonomous) a minority Catholic institution, affiliated to Madurai Kamaraj University, is one of the constituent colleges of the Jesuit Madurai Province of the Society of Jesus. The other Jesuit colleges in Tamil Nadu are St.Joseph´s College (Autonomous) Tiruchirapalli, St. Xavier´s College (Autonomous) and St. Xavier´s College of Education (Autonomous) Palayamkottai, Loyola College (Autonomous), Loyola College of Education, Chennai, Loyola College, Vettavalam and Loyola College of Engineering, Chennai. All these institutions under the chairmanship of the Provincial of the Jesuit Madurai Province follow a common policy for admissions, appointments and administration. As a minority institution the college caters primarily to the formation of Christian students. However it keeps its portals open to any student without discrimination of caste and creed. The college emblem with the motto `work, justice and love´ stands for hard work, passion for truth and justice by which the institution pioneers to bring about social transformation in the rural neighbourhood through its ideal of enlightened service flowing from the humanity of Jesus Christ.


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


  • To provide facilities for academic excellence, training in soft and professional skills and placement.
  • To enable students to become agents of social transformation by imparting skills in research and social analysis.
  • To build AAC into a policy advocacy centre.


  • Empowering rural students through innovative and socially contextualized education.
  • Promoting stakeholder participation in academic and extension activities.
  • Initiating ICT integrated socially relevant research.
  • Fostering a sense of human rights founded on dignity‚ equity and justice.
  • Facilitating gender equity both on and off the campus.
  • Promoting people friendly policies and programmes through networking.
  • Establishing an organic link between lab and land.

Facilities at Arul Anandar College -

  • Library
  • Laboratories
  • Internet
  • Scholarship
  • Hostel
  • Bank
  • Canteen
  • Sports
  • Health Care
  • Water Tank
  • Bio gas plant
  • Computer labs


Placement Cell at Arul Anandar College -

The career guidance and placement cell is established with the purpose the guiding the students for a successful career and to provide placement assistance to the currently studying and passed out deserving students.

Top recruiters -

  • Suguna poultry Farm Ltd
  • Solamalai Enterprises
  • Sumitoma Agrochemicals
  • Susee Infosys
  • Amarajyothi Spinning Mills
  • Book Craft India Pvt Ltd
  • Serlite Tuticorin
  • Population International Services
  • Good Hope Group
  • Dhan Foundation

Salient Features of the Placement


Computer labs

Arul Anandar College, [AAC] Madurai Courses and Fee Structure



Live Application Forms

Humanities and Arts

Computer Applications


Discussion Forum



Hi Ajeetha,


AAC follows a transparent admission process in admissions to all the courses. Every year the College publishes a prospectus indicating the courses offered, fee structure and the eligibility criteria. The Institution publishes the admission procedure in its website. Advertisements in leading Tamil and English dailies regarding the courses and admission details are also given.


  • Student admission to the UG courses is based on their academic performance in the Higher Secondary Examination and the reservation policy stipulated by the Government of Tamil Nadu.
  • Apart from this, the Management's policy of "Preferential Option for the Poor" is given due consideration while admitting the students.
  • For PG courses, the marks obtained in the UG courses along with the marks obtained in the entrance test conducted by the College is taken in to account for admission.


  • Preferential option for the Poor is the guiding policy in student admission
  • On an average 70 per cent of the students admitted belong to the socially and economically disadvantaged sections of the society.
  • Priority is given to the girl students from the local area.
  • The rank and selection list are displayed on the College Notice Board.
  • Staff facilitate the students in selecting their academic programme.
  • Principal meets students along with their parents/guardians during admission.



Answer By: Getmyuni

24 May 2016

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