NESAMONY MEMORIAL CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
Marthandam - 629 165, Kanyakumari District, Tamil Nadu, INDIA
(Accredited with A Grade by the NAAC)
Students' Welfare
Scholarships
  • Adhi Dhravida Scholarship for the Hindu Scheduled Caste Scheduled Tribe students.
  • Govt. of India Scholarship for the Physically Handicapped and the Blind.
  • National Scholarship for meritorious Students
  • Scholarship for first generation graduates
  • Nagammayar fee concession
  • Dependants of Ex. Servicemen can apply through the D.S.S.A. Board.
  • Incentive for Tamil Medium degree Students.
  • Department of Adhi Dravida Welfare awards scholarships to Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe students.
  • State Govt. Scholarship for Physically handicapped and the blind.
  • Department of Backward Classes awards scholarships to all B.C. and M.B.C. students including Hindu Nadars, Christian Nadars and Ezhavas.
  • Fee concession is available for the wards of farmers having identity card.
  • Scholarship for Children of Church Workers.
  • Scholarship for Children of Non-Teaching Staff.
  • Govt.of India Scholarship for minority students.
Student Aid Fund

The student aid fund is generated from the student aid fee collected from each student. This will be available in the form of cash for poor deserving students to meet examination fee, a small part of tuition fee, cost of specific books essential for their study, clothing or medical expenses. The interest of the endowment amount of Rs. 4000/- instituted by Prof. A.J. Harris is available for the purpose of extending aid for the deserving students.

Free Mid-day Meal Scheme

With the monthly contribution by the staff and the donations from the students and well wishers, the College provides free mid-day meals on working days to a limited number of poor students. More students could benefit if the fund is increased. The interest of the endowment funds like Rev. Harris Memorial endowment (Rs. 1000/-) Miss. Isaacs Endowment (Rs. 1000/-) and the endowment (Rs. 7,000/-) instituted by the College Students Council of 1978-79 are also available for the above purpose.

Personality Development

This committee assists the students in overcoming academic social, personal or emotional problems. It aims at helping students adjust themselves to the demands of college life and acquaint themselves with the various resources available in the college and through the college. It helps students develop life goals that will be challenging to their innate talents, capabilities and aptitudes.

Remedial Coaching
A remedial coaching commitee has started functioning in the college from last academic year. One of the major objectives of this committee is to conduct U.G.C./ C.S.I.R. Coaching class for the post graduate studies.

The committee is entrusted with providing model questions to each department and to provide sufficient reference materials for paper II. The committee is also planning to conduct coaching classes for civil service examinations. Since many of our students are weak in part II English the committee will make arrangements to conduct remedial coaching in Part II English for the final year UG Students.
Career Guidance Cell

One of the important Committees, consistuted recently on our campus, is Career Guidance Cell. Dedicated staff members of the college are in this committee. Its major objectives are:

  • To provide available information on the job positions, opportunities, etc.
  • To provide necessary literature / brochure / information / entrepreneurship to conduct Seminar / Workshop
  • To measure the aptitude towards preference of jobs.
  • To organise campaign in the campus
  • To generate resources for the needy students to apply for jobs / starting enterprises.
Anti-Eve Teasing Cell
As per the instruction of the Govt. of Tamil nadu, an Anti- Eve Teasing Cell started functioning in our college from the academic year 2001-2002.

The major activities of this cell include the conduct of periodic seminars on anti-eveteasing and competitions on the theme 'anti-eveteasing'. The cell also gives counselling to students on the problems related to anti-eve teasing.
Parent Teacher Association
Parent Teacher Association was started on 21.04.1994. The general body meeting of the association is convened once in a year. The Executive Committee meets at least six times a year. The association plays a vital role in providing infrastructure for the college. It also involves in the overall development of the college.
Students Christian Movement (SCM)

The Students Christian Movement (SCM) provides christian values to the protestant christian students of the College. The Principal is the patron of the movement who is guided by the chaplian. It has two Staff Advisors and student representatives from each class and s secretary. The activites are

  • Morning worship during working days
  • Special meetings on every Tuesday
  • Hospital Visits
  • Contribution to Blind School Students
  • Carol Rounds during Christmas
Career Oriented Programs

The University Grants Commission (UGC) has sanctioned the following job oriented Certificate / Diploma / Advanced Diploma courses for the first year Degree students from the academic year 2005-2006. Classes will be held during evening hours.

  • Visual Communication
  • Graphics and Visual Communication
  • Business Communication
  • Export and Import Management
  • Herbal Science
  • Spoken English
  • Spoken Hindi
Training Programs

The Nesamony Memorial Christian College conducts job oriented training programmees for the students Classes will be held during evening hours by the experts from several places.

  • Yoga
  • Bridal Make-up & Bouquest making
  • DTP (Page Maker, Coreldraw & Photoshop)
  • Tally
Alumni Association
All the students who have studied in Nesamony Memorial Christian College are encouraged to become members of the association and to involve actively in the programmes conducted by the association.
Campus Placement
The placement cell conducts Student Support Programmes that enhances their chances for a smooth transition from a student to an executive.

The placement cell holds training for the final year students to fine-tune presentation techniques and network with the industry leaders to provide them with the opportunity to find a suitable placement. The placement cell has been successful in bringing some organizations to the campus and gets the best students placed.