(The Alumni Association was constituted on the 5th October 2021)



Purpose of an alumni programme

One of the main purposes of alumni associations is to support a network of former graduates who will, in turn, help to raise the profile of the College.

Organisational Set up of an Alumni Association

There shall be a President, Vice-president, Secretary, Joint Secretary, Treasurer and Four Faculty Members from the College. Principal shall be the Chairperson of the Alumni Association.

Aims and Objectives of Alumni Association

  1. To keep a list/record of all Alumni of the College.
  2. Maintaining the updated and current information of all Alumni.
  3. To encourage, foster and promote close relations among the alumni themselves.
  4. To promote a sustained sense of belonging to the Alma Mater among the Alumni by being

in regular contact with them.

  1. To provide and disseminate information regarding their Alma Mater, its graduates,

faculties and students to the Alumni.

  1. To assist and support the efforts in obtaining funds for development.
  2. To guide and assist Alumni who have recently completed their courses of study and

to keep them engaged in productive pursuits useful to the society.

  1. To provide a forum for the Alumni for exchange of ideas on academic, cultural and social

issues of the day by organizing and coordinating reunion activities of the Alumni

  1. To let the alumni acknowledge their gratitude to their Alma Mater.

The Alumni Association achieves these objectives by staging an annual programme of events

and reunions; through communications, by providing a range of discounts and services for

alumni; and by supporting student and other fund raising initiatives.

Outcomes of Alumni

Alumni meet is a gathering of passed out students of an institution and it is a place where the institution feels proud on seeing its successful alumni. Alumni Meet, creates a special bonding between the students who have passed out & who have established themselves already in the big, outside world.



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