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Youth Red Cross
Youth Red Cross is a part of the Indian Red Cross Society (IRS). The IRS is the Indian wing of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), Geneva . Youth Red Cross was started in the year1992, for the students of Colleges in India . Students of Arts and Science, Engineering, Medical, Paramedical, Agricultural and Polytechnic Colleges are enrolled as members as well as volunteers every year of the course of study. Junior Red Cross (JRC) is one such organization meant for students of Schools. Members of public may also enroll themselves as Life Members of Indian Red Cross (IRC) and contribute to the noble cause of ICRC.The motto of the IRS and ICRC is to inculcate Health, Service and Friendship among the student community as well as to promote these with the human face around the world. The seven fundamental principles of Red Cross and Red Crescent are: Humanity, Impartiality, Neutrality, Independence , Voluntary Service, Unity and Universality.
*        The YRC has the following charter in its programme.
Disaster relief
Promotion of health and hygiene
International friendship
National integration
Self-less service to the sick and suffering
Blood donation
Avoidance of drugs
First-aid Aids awareness

Rotaract Club was started in the College in the year 1995 when our former Principal, Dr.R.Perumalsamy, was the President of the Rotary Club of Ambasamudram. This club was sponsored by the Rotary Club of Ambasamudram R.I. District 3210. Dr.S.Sudalaiyandi was the first Rotaract Convener. This Club is now functioning with 45 Rotaractars (25 Boys and 20 Girls). This Club is conducting regular meetings in the College Campus every Thursday because the Rotary Club of Ambasamudram (the sponsored Club) is conducting its weekly meeting on every Thursday. Resource persons are arranged from Rotary as well as different walks of life. The Rotaractars are also attending District- Level Conferences and Assembly every year in various places all over the R.I. District covering Tamilnadu and Kerala. They used to attend various District-Level RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards) conducted by various Clubs of the Rotary District. They conduct Seminars and Hall Meetings at the College Level. They also participate in the Cycle Race, Music Competitions, Essay Writing, Poem Composing and many other youth activities like ROTNIVAL conducted by the Rotary Club of Sivakasi. The Rotaractars also conduct various awareness camps like Women Empowerment, Aids Awareness, Literacy Camp and Pulse Polio in and around Ambasamudram. They conduct Cycle Rally to create awareness of Higher Education among the rural public. They conducted “Path findings”, a two-day Seminar for the Rotaractars at the R.I.District Level in September 1997. About 70 Rotaractars from various Colleges participated and got benefited. The organizer of the Rotaract Club of our College, Dr.S.Sudalaiyandi, was got the award for the Best Organizer of Rotaract Club at the District Level in the year 1997-98. The Rotaractars frequently visit Old Age Home at Kallidaikurichi and Avvai Ashram at Sivasailam to render help to the needy people. They collect old clothes from the public and give them to the Old Age Home and the Ashram.


Meditation, nowadays, is increasingly considered a panacea to all sorts of problems related to psychic disturbances and mental diseases. A sound mind makes a sound body and ultimately makes a person perfect. Meditation makes a person not only fit to live but also removes the stress and negative attitude. Meditation means the concentration of mind towards a particular object, parts of the human body, celestial body etc.Meditation is the easiest process of cultivating and developing the human mind. Once the habit of Meditation is developed, it will be possible to do it in all circumstances of lying, sitting and walking in the midst of noise, etc. Meditation is otherwise known as ‘contemplation’ which means concentration of mind on a single train of ideas which work out a single subject. In India , meditation is known as ‘Dhyana’ which means mental concentration in thought, vision or knowledge. Students, the vulnerable section of the society, need meditation to get rid of mental stress, because of their accumulated educational burden and other socio-economic factors. Meditation helps them to concentrate on their studies, to come up in their life and to face problems scientifically.Considering these aspects, it was proposed to commission a Meditation Club at Thiruvalluvar College , Papanasam, to impart the importance of meditation and its techniques to the students. The idea was floated first among the students of various disciplines. There was an overwhelming response from the students. The Meditation club was started on 28th September 2004, thanks to the constant efforts taken by Dr.V.Sankarasubramoniam, the Principal of this College. Dr. G.R.Valliammal is the first Convener of this Meditation Club. The inaugural function of the club was held on 28th September 2004. ArulChelvar G.S.R. Boomibalagan, President of Pothigai SKY Trust and Member of the Managing College Committee, inaugurated the Club. In his inaugural address he emphasized the need and advantages of meditation to the students. Teachers, non-teaching staff of this College and 120 student members of the Club participated. On 1st October 2004, a meeting of this club was held. Dr.G.R.Valliammal, the Convener, presided over the meeting. The Chief Guest was Arulnithi T.Murugan, Asst. Professor of ‘Manavazha Kalai Mantram, Ambasamudram, who gave a lecture on “The Impact of Meditation”. Next meeting of the Club was held on 7th October 2004. The Chief Guest was Mr.E.S.Veerabaghu, the Former Physical Director of this College, who spoke about the importance of Yoga in maintaining good health and mental health.

Ecology is the study of lives in relation to environment or surroundings. We are living in a world of pollution. Industries, Automobiles, unplanned growth of towns and deforestation, all these factors lead to pollution. We are afraid of Ozone Layer, Ground Water level and the effects of the use of fertilizer and pesticides in the agricultural fields. Thus water pollution; air pollution, earth pollution, silicon revolution and noise pollution make our life a big question mark. Our College is situated on the banks of the Perennial River Thambaraparani in Sylvan surroundings contributed by the Pothigai Hills, which abound in scenic splendour. We wanted to protect our environs by starting a club in our College to give awareness to our students and the surrounding people, we started this club and have been doing some practical work such as Classroom Discussion, Demonstrations, Cycle Rallies in and around Vickramasingapuram about the abuses of Plastics. The Nature Club was started in the year 2004. Professor N.Mani, Lecturer (SG), Department of History, is the convener of the Club. Dr. R.Annamalai I.F.S., Conservator of Forests and Field Director, Kalakad Mundanthurai Tiger Reserve, inaugurated the Club on 6th October 2004. Currently there are about 15 P.G. and 75 U.G. Students enrolled as volunteers. The major objectives of the club are:

  • To appreciate Nature’s beauty and bounty and also realise the need to protect and enrich / preserve it.
  • To understand the biology of flora and fauna.
  • To relate man to this environment.
  • To act as good stewards of mother earth. This year the Nature Club has organised a few programmes. The Club has participated in various activities and has the following achievements to its credit.
  • It has been a pivotal force in protecting Kalakad Mundanthurai Tiger Sanctuary and it also promotes awareness for protecting the animals and plants.
  • It conducted wild-life conservative awareness / rallies in association with the Tamilnadu Forest Department.
  • Nine student members and two teachers with the Convener participated in a one-day Seminar on "Coastal Awareness" conducted by the Coastal Science Congress, Sponsored jointly by National Council for Science and Technology Communications, D.S.T., New Delhi , and Tamilnadu Science Forum, Chennai, in September 2004.
  • A Free Eye-Camp was conducted jointly with the N.S.S. Units of our College.

The inaugural function of our College Quiz Club was held on 1st October 2004. Dr.V.Sankarasubramoniam, the Principal, presided over the function. Mrs.S.Palaniammal, member of the Club, delivered the welcome address. Ln.G.Kannan, Principal, Brilliant School , V.K.Puram, gave the inaugural address. In his speech, he explained and differentiated General Knowledge and Quiz. He also gave some tips on how to prepare for the Quiz Competitions. Mr.M.Murugalingam, the convener of the Club, gave the keynote address. He pointed out the understanding of the mid-term life of a human being in the Universe with the help of a nice example. The training Programme for our College Quiz Club members was held on 8th October 2004. Mr.S.Murugaraj, Principal-in-Charge, presided over the function. Mr.A.Venkateswaran welcomed the President and the members of the Club. Mr.M.Murugalingam, the Convener of the Club, introduced the Faculty. Mr.John Britto, M.A., B.Ed, P.G.Assistant, A.V.Rm.V. Matriculation Higher Secondary School , Ambasamudram, gave training to the Quiz Club Members. In his training, he demonstrated how to prepare, how to take notes and what are the materials one has to refer. The training was very helpful to our Quiz Club Members. Mr.R.Murugesan, Member of the Quiz Club, proposed the vote of thanks.

A photography Club was inaugurated in October 2004 under the aegis of the Youth Welfare Department. It has a membership of 78 boys and girls. Training classes were conducted in photographic techniques on 6th October 2004. Professional photographer, Mr. Palani of Annai Sakthi Studio, V.K.Puram, conducted classes in the mechanism of visual camera and videography. Arrangements are being made for photography exhibition, for training camps in photography and for shooting short films. Mr. B.Valsakumar, HOD of Tamil, is the convenor of this club, and Mr.A.Packiamuthu, Lecturer in Tamil, is its joint Convenor.