|Course||Duration||Fees Average Tuition Fees|
|BA [Bachelor of Arts]||3 Years||₹11,377|
|B.Sc [Bachelor of Science]||3 Years||₹17,672|
DISTINGUISHED ALUMNAE Academics Ms. Christina AmosFirst woman graduate from Car Nicobar, Principal of an Institution in the Andamans. Mrs. Soma Samarasinha née Senivaratna (1918)First student from Sri Lanka (Ceylon) Mrs. Rachel Thomas née Jacob (1922)Former Headmistress Achuthan, Girls High School, Calicut – Kerala. Miss Gnanambal Gnanadickam (1925)Former staff of WCC and Principal, Lady Doak College, Madurai. Ms. Getsie Rathnabai Samuel (1926)First Indian Principal of St. Christopher’s Training College, Madras. Ms. Mary Chandy (1931)Former Principal, University College for Women, Miranda House, Delhi. Ms. Dora David (1932)Former Principal of Sara Tucker College, Palayamkottai. Ms. Thilakavathy Paul (1932)Former Headmistress, Bentinck Girls High School, Chennai. Mrs. Thangam Isaac née Moses (1932)Former Principal, St. Ebba’s High School, Chennai. Mrs. Helen Cyprian née Amirtham (1934)Former Headmistress, St. Joseph’s High School, Bangalore. Mrs. Lily F. Charles née Samuel(1934)Former Principal of All Saints Basic Training School, Trichinapalli. Mrs. Mona Hensman (1937)Former Principal, Ethiraj College, Chennai Ms. Mano Devaraj (1938)Former Principal of the Gill Memorial Higher Secondary School, ooty, Correspondent OCPN School and Noyes School. Ms.Thangam E. Philip (1941)Recipient of the Ceres award of the FAO in 1975,Col. G.V. Raja award and of the Padma Shri Award;former Principal of Catering Technology, Mumbai;made Lifetime Honorary Fellow of the Hotel Catering...
Chapel The college Chapel is a gift by an unknown American friend. It was built in 1923 to a design by a Quaker architect Reginald Dann & adorned with a cross within designed by the Madras School of Arts & Crafts. It is known to have more doors than walls that are not plastered. This is the Geometric center of our campus and in this live center we gather every morning for devotion and prayer before we begin the day. Telephone Booth and Xerox Centre Efficient services in this centre include photocopying, DTP, lamination, binding and fax and phone facilities. Bank The Indian Overseas Bank operates an extension counter on campus (housed in Rivett block) offering banking services to faculty and students. Common Room A place for students to relax in during their free time. Locker facilities are provided. Auditorium This stately building with a seating capacity of 1000 was constructed in 1978. Designated with excellent stage facilities and acoustics, the auditorium is the venue of College Plays, Cultural events, weekly assemblies and other special programmes of the college community. Play Ground Extensive grounds facilitate sports activities ranging from basketball to track events.