|Bachelor of Commerce [B.Com]||3 year(s)||37,500|
|Master of Commerce [M.Com]||2 year(s)||35,000|
|Bachelor of Science [B.Sc]||3 year(s)||43,500|
|Master of Science [M.Sc]||2 year(s)||38,000|
|Bachelor of Arts [BA]||3 year(s)||8,925|
|Master of Arts [MA]||2 year(s)||28,000|
Lekshmipuram college of Arts and Science, a reputed institution both in age and in academic excellence, stands up with greater pride in Kanyakumari District that lies at the Southern most part of India. It is rich green when viewed from internally because of its thick vegetation and the evergreen forest that covers the hills and mountains and externally surrounded by oceans, Indian ocean in the south, Bay of Bengal at the east and Arabic sea at the west. It impresses anyone with its green fields stretching for miles together, rubber estates and other plantations at the mountainsides and coconut groves along the seacoast. They give a happy blend of richly varied natural beauty and ineffable vigour of human life. Once, it was part of the Kerala State; but it has been annexed to Tamil Nadu for political reasons. Hence, it enjoys diverse culture and multilingual opportunities.Lekshmipuram college of Arts and Science, Neyyoor, as named by its founders, is located in Lekshmipuram village of Mondaicaud town panchayath in Kalkulam taluk, the widest of all the four taluks in the district. The Headquarters is Eraniel, wherein the base of the College Administrative Agency is functioning. Colachel, historically important place from the deep of Travancore rulers. Hence, the natural harbour exists which is currently undertaken fishing harbour and plans to devlop to the international standard.. Mondaikad proudly offers an "Amman Temple", which is described as the "Sabarimalai of Women". The age-old AVM canal (along the coast) once connected Kanniyakumari District, Tamilnadu and Kerala state through water transport. Coconut groves, stretching along the coast, feed the people inland, whereas fishing feeds the coastal people. A good number of Higher Secondary Schools are located nearby the location of the college, which promote the students for higher education in the college. The "Indian Rare Earths Limited" at Manavalakurichy is a major industry of central government undertaking. The people of the locality mainly are ordinary labourers and coolies, who earn their daily bread in kiln factories. The women folk work for meagre daily wages in coir industries established along the coast.