General Webinar Event

The organizations of SWAYAM, Entrepreneurship Development Cell (EDC) and Research, Development and Innovation Cell (RDIC) jointly carry out a manifestation on “Career Options in Government Undertakings after Graduation” on 30th December 2020.

Name of the special invitee

Mrs. P. Sivaranjani

Former Post Graduate and Research Scholar–Trinity College for Women (M.Com., – 2013-2015 Batch and M.Phil., 2015-2016)Purchase DepartmentThe Tamil Nadu Newsprint and Papers Ltd., (TNPL)Kagithapuram,Karur – 639 136

It was held through the Google Meet.   She explained the availability job opportunities in Government sectors after graduation like Civil Services, Educational, Banking, Insurance, Indian Railway, Defense, State Public Service Commission, Staff Selection Commission, Etc.,  Mrs. R. Navamani, President of Alumni of the College delivered the welcome speech.   Dr M. Sasikala, Secretary of Alumni addressed the introduction of Mrs. P. Sivaranjani. Dr N Elamathi, Coordinator, RDIC, Dr. G Selvalakshmi, Coordinator, EDC, The Members of SWAYAM, The Members of Alumni  Mrs. G. Nithya, Mrs. R. Poovitha, Dr N. Vijayarani, Mrs.R. Banupriya, Mrs. C. Dhivya, Mrs. P. Sathya, Mrs. D. Prabha, Mrs. V. Gayathri, Mrs. P. Gowthami and Ms. S. Devi took part in that occasion. Mrs. V. Gokila, Alumni of the College proposed the vote of thanks.   Nearly 100 old students of College actively attended that webinar event.  

THE ROLE OF ORGANIC ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INNOVATION”

THE RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT AND INNOVATION CELL (RDIC), ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT CELL (EDC) & SWAYAM JOINTLY CONDUCTED AN ENTREPRENEURSHIP AWARENESS EVENT ENTITLED ““THE ROLE OF ORGANIC ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INNOVATION” ON 29.12.2020 

Name and Address of the Professional Expert

Mrs. K. Yamuna

Former Student – Trinity College for Women (M.Sc., Comp. Sci – 2003-2005 batch)Co-Founder,Uzhavar Anand(Organic Farming)11-B, Selliyandi Amman Kovil Street,Thillaipuram, Namakkal – 637 001This Event was held through the Video Conferencing of Google MeetAn entrepreneur Mrs. K. Yamuna (M.Sc., Computer Science student – 2003-2005 batches) highlighted the importance of organic farming and entrepreneurial job opportunities in the agriculture sector.   Also, she insisted that the significance of women entrepreneurs for our nation’s growth.   Dr G. Selvalakshmi, Coordinator, EDC, Dr N.Elamathi, Coordinator, RDIC, the members of Swayam Mrs. S. Usharani, Dr L Tamilselvi, Dr P Pradeepa, Mrs. P. Nandhini, Mrs. B. Kavitha, Mrs. S. Bharathi, Mrs. M. Chitra and the Members of Alumni Mrs. R. Navamani, Dr M. Sasikala, Mrs. R. Poovitha, Mrs. G. Nithya, Mrs. R. Banupriya, Mrs. V.  Gokila, Mrs. C. Dhivya, Mrs. D. Prabha, Mrs. V. Gayathri, Mrs. P. Gowthami, Mrs. P. Sathya and Ms.S. Devi also took part in that webinar event.    More than 90 students actively participated in that webinar event

AN EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES AWARENESS PROGRAMME ON “A PLACEMENT PROBABILITIES IN GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATIONS”

The Entrepreneurship Development Cell (EDC), Research, Development and Innovation Cell (RDIC)   & SWAYAM jointly organized a one day webinar entitled AN EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES AWARENESS PROGRAMME ON “A PLACEMENT PROBABILITIES IN GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATIONS” on 28th December 2020.  It was held through the Google Meet.  

Invited SpeakerMrs. P. NithyaAlumni – Trinity College for Women (M.Com., 2000-2002 batch & M.Phil., 2002-2003 batch)Finance Section,Namakkal Municipal CorporationTiruchengode Road,Namakkal  – 637 001.

The invited speaker Mrs. P. Nithya, Finance section employee of Namakkal Municipal Corporation, Namakkal has explained the various employment job opportunities available in Government Sectors.  She focused on the techniques of clearing the various competition examinations like Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission, Staff Selection Commission and so on.   
Dr G. Selvalakshmi, Coordinator, EDC, Dr N.Elamathi, Coordinator, RDIC, the members of Swayam Mrs. S. Usharani, Dr L Tamilselvi, Dr P Pradeepa, Mrs. P. Nandhini, Mrs. B. Kavitha, Mrs. S. Bharathi, Mrs. M. Chitra and the Members of Alumni Mrs. R. Navamani, Dr M. Sasikala, Mrs. R. Poovitha, Mrs. G. Nithya, Mrs. R. Banupriya, Mrs. V.  Gokila, Mrs. C. Dhivya, Mrs. D. Prabha, Mrs. V. Gayathri, Mrs. P. Gowthami, Mrs. P. Sathya and Ms.S. Devi also took part in that webinar event.    More than 90 students actively participated in that webinar event

“ (SWACHH BHARAT MISSION) Realities, Causes and Effects of Deforestation” (காடுகள் அழிப்பு – உண்மைகள், காரணங்கள் & விளைவுகள்)

Our College National Service Scheme, Youth Red Cross, Red Ribbon Club and Eco Green Club jointly organized a one day webinar event entitled “ (SWACHH BHARAT MISSION) Realities, Causes and Effects of Deforestation” (காடுகள் அழிப்பு – உண்மைகள், காரணங்கள் & விளைவுகள்) on 26th December 2020 (Saturday) at 11 A.M. through the Google Meet. 

·         Approximately,  3000 B.C almost 80% of India was forested.   India’s forests now cover more or less 25% of the country.   About 60 of the population are employed in agriculture.  Increasing population, widespread poverty, restricted employment opportunities in the agricultural and industrial sector has resulted in heavy pressure on forests, because of unsustainable extraction of fuel wood and overgrazing resulting in forest degradation, he spoke.  For the purpose of human beings welfare, trees are continuously cut down and burned to rot.  Due to this stored carbon is released into the air as carbon dioxide.  Deforestation and forest degradation contribute to global warming, he pointed out .

  Dr M R Lakshiminarayanan, Principal of the College delivered the welcome speech.  
Mr. P.K. Sengodan, Chairman and Er. K. Nallusamy, Secretary offered their felicitation address. 
Dr  Arasuparameswaran, Director – Academic proposed the vote of thanks. 

Mr. N.S. Senthilkumar, Programme Officer, Red Ribbon Club, Dr. R. Savithri, Programme Officer, Youth Red Cross , The NSS Programme Officers Dr M Sasikala & Mrs. S Jayamathi and the Coordinators of Eco Green Club Mrs. G. Kannagi, Mrs. V. Indirakumari, The faculty members of Computer Science Mrs. R. Navamani, Dr. N. Elamathi, The HOD of Commerce Dr. G. Selvalakshmi and 89 volunteers of NSS, RRC, YRC and Eco Green Club attended that webinar event. 

Digital Marketing – Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

The Entrepreneurship Development Cell (EDC), Research, Development and Innovation Cell (RDIC), SWAYAM (Study Webs of Active Learning for Young Aspiring Minds) and the department of Commerce jointly organized a 1 day webinar event on 24.12.2020. It was held through the Google Meet.    The title of the webinar programme was “Digital Marketing – Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow (மின்னணு ஊடகம் மூலம் சந்தையிடுதல் – நேற்று இன்று நாளை).   In this regard, Dr N. Ramu, Associate Professor in Management, IFIM College, Electronic City, Phase 1, Bengaluru, Karnataka state was the invited speaker.

Our today’s genesis is a digital generation.    Digital marketing is a marketing strategy and technique to promote and encourage products/services online. So in simple terms, we can say that we are developing our products to customers who are using the internet. Many concepts and theories of traditional marketing are applicable to digital marketing.  At present, it is an important role in global level business, he spoke.  

On average, people of India spend about 4 to 5 hours a day scrolling through emails, browsing the internet, and social Medias of WhatsApp, Twitter, Facebook and so on.  Now, a certain percentage of people have been using the internet for purchasing goods through the online system, he pointed out. Digital Marketing is enhancing at a rate of 25 percent to 30 percent in India yearly.   At the end of the year of 2018, 500 millions of Indians were using the internet.   With over half of the world’s population using the internet.    Canada, India, America, United Arab Emirates, Australia, Ireland, Philippines, etc., are the leading countries of digital marketing, he communicated.

                   Dr M.R. Lakshiminarayanan, Principal welcomed the gathering. Mr. P.K.Sengodan, Chairman presided over the webinar programme.  Er. K. Nallusamy, Secretary and Dr. Arasuparameswaran, Director – Academic delivered the felicitation address.  Dr. G. Selvalakshmi, Coordinator of EDC delivered the vote of thanks.    Dr N. Elamathi, Coordinator of RDIC,  Mrs. R. Navamani, Coordinator of Alumni Forum, the members of SWAYAM Mrs. S. Usharani, Dr L Tamilselvi, Dr P Pradeepa, Mrs. P. Nandhini, Mrs. S. Bharathi, Mrs. B. Kavitha, Mrs. M. Chitra, the faculty of Commerce Dr. M. Sasikala, Mrs. G. Nithya, Mrs. G. Sathyasangari, Mrs. D. Valarmathi and Mr. N.S. Senthilkumar, Administrative Officer were present. 

“Why India does needs more women entrepreneurs?” ஏன் இந்தியாவிற்கு அதிக பெண் தொழில் முனைவோர் தேவையாக இருக்கிறது?.    

The Entrepreneurship Development Cell (EDC), Research, Development and Innovation Cell (RDIC), SWAYAM (Study Webs of Active Learning for Young Aspiring Minds) and the department of Commerce jointly organized a 1 day webinar programme on 23.12.2020. It was held through the Google Meet.    

The title of the webinar event was “Why India does need more women entrepreneurs?” ஏன் இந்தியாவிற்கு அதிக பெண் தொழில் முனைவோர் தேவையாக இருக்கிறது?.     Dr S Karthikeyan, Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce, Government Arts College (Autonomous), Kumbakonam was the resource person.  Strengthening and encouraging women entrepreneurs is essential for economic development as their engagement has a direct bearing on upgrading the standard of living, assists in job creation and allows them more social independence that brings about better results and outcomes at the community level.  Women entrepreneurs are growing and enlarging in India – Atpresent (2020), we have 13.5-15.7 million women owned enterprises, constituting 20% of total enterprises, an increase and top up from 14% a decade back. But, the labour force participation rate (LFPW) is one of the lowermost in India, in comparison with other emerging countries like Brazil which is at 61% and Indonesia at 54%, at the same time developed countries like UK and US which are at 73% and 67% respectively, he indicated in his speech.   While a number of industries are performancing trends of increasing female human resources, sectors such as engineering, technology, finance still tend to be powerfully and strongly male dominated.   In the industries of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) overall, women make up just 24 percent of the workforce in the United States of America and smaller than 15% in the United Kingdom, he enunciated.     At present, India wants more women entrepreneurs for our economic development.   He insisted that all the students are ready to start an entrepreneurship with the help of your family members and banking institutions.   

            Dr M.R. Lakshiminarayanan, Principal welcomed the gathering. Mr. P.K.Sengodan, Chairman presided over the webinar programme.  Er. K. Nallusamy, Secretary and Dr. Arasuparameswaran, Director – Academic delivered felicitation address.  Dr N. Elamathi, Coordinator of RDIC delivered the vote of thanks.   Dr. G. Selvalakshmi, Coordinator of EDC, Mrs. R. Navamani, Coordinator of Alumni Forum, the members of SWAYAM Mrs. S. Usharani, Dr L Tamilselvi, Dr P Pradeepa, Mrs. P. Nandhini, Mrs. S. Bharathi, Mrs. B. Kavitha, Mrs. M. Chitra, the faculty of Commerce Dr. M. Sasikala, Mrs. G. Nithya, Mrs. G. Sathyasangari, Mrs. D. Valarmathi and Mr. N.S. Senthilkumar, Administrative Officer were present.  

      80 students actively took part in that web based event.  

Webinar on “Women Entrepreneurship – Issues and Challenges and Solutions

·                         Entrepreneurship Development Cell (EDC), Research, Development and Innovation Cell (RDIC), SWAYAM (Study Webs of Active Learning for Young Aspiring Minds) and the department of Commerce of Trinity College for Women (Arts and Science), Namakkal jointly organized a one day webinar programme on 22.12.20.  This event was held through the video conferencing of Google Meet. Dr. V. Ganeshkumar, HOD & Assistant Professor in PG Commerce, BWDA Arts and Science College, Tindivanam Road, Mailam, Villupuram District was the invited speaker.  The title of the webinar event was “Women Entrepreneurship-Issues, Challenges and Solutions ( பெண் தொழில் முனைவோர் பிரச்சனைகளும், சவால்களும் மற்றும் அதற்குண்டான தீர்வுகளும்).  

      A huge number of women around the world have set up and supervise their own businesses. It was not easy or simple for these women to succeed in business. They have to face a lot of difficulties, troubles and overcome a number of barriers to become successful in their ventures. They have to deal with discrimination and withstand the skepticism of society, and also put in more effort and energy than men to prove their credibility to others.  In comparison with developed countries, Indian women are not ready to start a business boldly.   Maximum they depend upon father, husband and son.  Nevertheless, now women are participating in many businesses with the help of their family members, he revealed.   He enunciated that the problems, difficulties, responsibilities, challenges, chances and possibilities for women entrepreneurs in the current scenario.     

      Dr M.R. Lakshiminarayanan, Principal of the College welcomed the gathering.  Mr.P.K. Sengodan, Chairman of the College presided over the webinar.  Er K Nallusamy, Secretary and Dr. Arasuparameswaran, Director – Academic of the College offered their felicitation address. Dr. G. Selvalakshmi, Coordinator of Entrepreneurship Development Cell delivered the vote of thanks.  Dr N. Elamathi, Coordinator of Research, Development and Innovation Cell, the members of SWAYAM Mrs. S. Usharani, Mrs. M. Chitra, Dr. L. Tamilselvi, Mrs B. Kavitha, Dr. P. Pradeepa, Mrs. S Bharathi and Mrs. P. Nandhini, the faculty members of Commerce Dr M. Sasikala, Mrs G Nithya, Mrs. G. Sathiyasangari, Mrs.D. Valarmathi, the faculty of Computer Science Mrs. R. Navamani and Dr N.Elamathi attended that webinar. 

·         More than 80 students have benefited in that webinar. 

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“To a farmer dirt is not a waste, it is wealth”(விவசாயிக்கு மண் என்பது கழிவல்ல அது ஒரு சொத்து)

Owing to National Farmers Day,  The NSS, RRC, YRC & Eco Green Club of Trinity College for Women, Namakkal jointly organized a one day webinar entitled “To a farmer dirt is not a waste, it is wealth”(விவசாயிக்கு மண் என்பது கழிவல்ல அது ஒரு சொத்து) on 23rd December 2020.

              Dr. P. Murugan,  Scientist/Assistant Professor (Agronomy), ICAR – Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Veterinary College and Research Institute Campus, Mohanur Road, Namakkal  was the special invited speaker.

             Indian farmers are the backbone and tenacities of our nation’s economy.   Our Indian economy is first and foremost an agrarian based country. Enlarging population, land downgrading, changes in consumption pattern and climate change were some of the major issues and challenges that agriculture faced, he stated.  Farmers must be allowed and permitted to sell their produce anyplace they like, Mr. Murugan said.   The need and requirement of the hour is to make agriculture climate resilient, profit making and productive, at the same time ensuring food and nutritional security to millions of people, he denoted.  

            Dr M.R. Lakshiminarayanan, Principal of the College delivered the welcome speech.  The resource person was introduced by Dr Arasuparameswaran, Director – Academic of the College.  Mr. P.K. Sengodan, Chairman of the College presided over the event.  Er. K. Nallusamy has offered his felicitation address.  The NSS Programme Officer Dr M. Sasikala, The RRC Programme Officer Mr. N.S. Senthilkumar, The Youth Red Cross Programme Officer Dr R. Savithri, the coordinators of ECO Green club Mrs. G. Kannagi and Mrs. V. Indirakumari took part. Dr G. Selvalakshmi, Assistant Professor in Commerce/Senate Member of Periyar University, Salem, Dr. N. Elamathi, Assistant Professor in Computer Science and the Coordinator of Research, Development and Innovation Cell and Mrs. R. Navamani, Assistant Professor in Computer Science/Coordinator, Alumni Forum attended that webinar.   More than 90 students participated in that web based event.  Mrs. S. Jayamathi,  NSS Programme Officer proposed the vote of thanks. 

“Digital India – Necessity and Importance”

On behalf of our College department of Commerce, National Service Scheme, Youth Red Cross, Red Ribbon Club, Research, Development and Innovation Cell and SWAYAM jointly organized a one day webinar event entitled “Digital India – Necessity and Importance” on 07th January 2021.   It was held through the Google Meet of Video Conferencing.    Dr S. Parvathi, Assistant Professor in Economics, Kandaswami Kandar’s College, Paramathi-Velur, Namakkal was the invited speaker.                 In general, Indian economy is benefiting and favouring digitizations.   Digital transactions have been an essential and integral part of human evolution.   Almost, India has more or less 46 million internet users.   The internet economy which is also referred to as the digital revolution is expected to create new employment opportunities for market growth and jobs.  This digital revolution will generate many chances and opportunities for businesses in the next 30 to 40 years, she focused.  Beside that she explained the pillars of digital India such as broadband highways, universal access to mobile connectivity, E-Kranti – Electronic Delivery of services, Information for all, E-governance (Paperless Technology), Electronics Manufacturing, IT for jobs, Early Harvest Programs, etc., She highlighted the following benefits of digital payments Low labour costs – all are automatic transactions, there is no involvement in cheque, money order, Cash and EFTPOS (Electronic Funds Transfer at Point of Sale) and lower labour costs than mutual payment. Automotive , Fast and Speed Transactions ,Low risk of theft , Convenient for online business. Nearly 100 participants took part in that event.  Mr.P.K.Sengodan, Chairman, Er. K. Nallusamy, Secretary, Dr M.R. Lakshiminarayanan, Principal, Dr Arasuparameswaran, Director – Academic, The HOD of Commerce Dr G. Selvalakshmi, The NSS Programme Officers Dr M. Sasikala, Mrs.S. Jayamathi, The RRC Programme Officer Mr. N. S. Senthilkumar, The YRC Programme Officer Dr R. Savithri, The RDIC Coordinator Dr N. Elamathi, The SWAYAM Members Mrs. S. Usharani, Dr L Tamiselvi, Dr P Pradeepa, Mrs. P. Nandhini, Mrs. S. Bharathi, Mrs. M. Chitra, Mrs. B. Kavitha, The Coordinator of Alumni Forum Mrs. R. Navamani have conveyed their greetings to all the participants.  

The power of personality development and psychology in the competitive world”

The Placement Cell, Research, Development and Innovation Cell, Youth Red Cross, Red Ribbon Club and National Service Scheme jointly conducted a one day webinar event entitled “The power of personality development and psychology in the competitive world” on 8th January 2021.  Pasumai Mr M. Thillai Sivakumar,   Secretary, Namakkal District Tree and Herb Growers Association & Executive Committee Member of Society for Prevention of Cruelty Animals, Namakkal was the invited speaker.   He revealed that the important various personality skills like communication, interpersonal skills, self confidence, time management, leadership, involvement, adaptability, problem solving, strategic management, etc., Psychology is the scientific study of how people behave, think and feel.   It creates human experience from the basic and fundamental working of the human brain to consciousness, reasoning, memory and language to personality and mental health are needed for our current scenario, he addressed.  More than 80 students attended that webinar.  
                                               Mr.P.K.Sengodan, Chairman,  Er. K. Nallusamy, Secretary, Dr M.R. Lakshiminarayanan, Principal, Dr Arasuparameswaran, Director – Academic, The HOD of Commerce Dr G. Selvalakshmi, The NSS Programme Officers Dr M. Sasikala, Mrs.S. Jayamathi, The RRC Programme Officer Mr. N. S. Senthilkumar, The YRC Programme Officer Dr R. Savithri, The RDIC Coordinator Dr N. Elamathi, The SWAYAM Coordinators Mrs. S. Usharani, Dr L Tamislelvi, Dr P Pradeepa, Mrs. P. Nandhini, Mrs. S. Bharathi, Mrs. M. Chitra, Mrs. B. Kavitha, The Coordinator of Alumni Forum Mrs. R. Navamani have conveyed their best wishes to all the participants.  

158th Birth Anniversary celebrations of Swami Vivekanandhar

158th Birth Anniversary celebrations of Swami Vivekanandhar , National Youth Day is celebrated in India on January 12 on the birth anniversary of Swamy Vivekanandhar.  By reason of 158th Birth Anniversary of Swamy Vivekanandhar, our College Youth Red Cross, Red Ribbon Club, National Service Scheme and SWAYAM have jointly conducted a one day webinar programme entitled “Swamy Vivekanandhar an Ideal Role Model for the Youth”  on 12th January 2021 (Tuesday) @ 10 AM.  This event was held through the video conferencing of Google Meet.  Dr J.Jeganaathan, Assistant Professor of National Security Studies, Central University of Jammu, Bagla (Rahya Suchani), Samba District, Jammu & Kashmir Union Territory was the invited speaker.  Mr. P.K. Sengodan, Chairman of the College presided over the webinar.   He asked the students to keep up the footsteps of Vivekanandhar and continue to struggle hard till the goal is attained.  Er. K. Nallusamy, Secretary of the College stated that Swamy Vivekanandhar is a role model to the youth and students.   Dr. M.R. Lakshiminarayanan, Principal of the College stressed the importance of following the words of Vivekanandhar to guide and inculcate the moral values among the young generation.  Dr. Arasuparameswaran, Director –Academic welcomed the gathering.Dr J Jeganaathan spoke of the role of Swamy Vivekanandhar for our nation’s development.  

        Swamy Vivekanandhar is one of the enormous leaders in India.  He has called a monk, a social reformer, a prophet, a nationalist, a philosopher, a yogi, an orator par excellence, an educationalist, a profile writer, etc., he indicated. Swamy Vivekanandhar died at the age of 39 years, but he accomplished hugeness and impacted millions not just in India but everywhere in the world, he expressed. Also, he highlighted the Thirukkural “ஈன்ற பொழுதின் பெரிதுவக்கும் தன் மகனை சான்றோன் எனக் கேட்ட தாய்”- when mother hears him name fulfilled of wisdom’s love, for greater joy she feels, than when her son she bore. (It means, the mother who hears her son called “a wise man” will rejoice more than she did at his birth. Mr. N.S.Senthilkumar, Coordinator, Red Ribbon Club, Dr. R. Savithri, Coordinator, Youth Red Cross, Dr M. Sasikala and Mrs. S. Jayamathi, NSS Programme Officers, the members of SWAYAM Mrs. S. Usharani, Dr. L. Tamilselvi, Dr. P. Pradeepa, Mrs. S. Bharathi, Mrs.B. Kavitha, Mrs. M. Chitra and Mrs. P. Nandhini, The Coordinator of Alumni Forum Mrs. R. Navamani, The Coordinator of RDIC Dr N. Elamathi, The Coordinator of EDC Dr G. Selvalakshmi and also 90 students took part in that webinar programme.   

Your First Pay Cheque

Getting our first salary is a big achievement and calls for festivities.  In this regard, on behalf of,   The Department of Commerce, Research, Development & Innovation  Cell, SWAYAM and Placement Cell jointly conducted a one day webinar event entitled “Your First Pay Cheque” on 8th January 2021 (Friday) @ 1 PM.  This event is to be held through the Zoom Meet.

·                     Er. C.K. ARIVAZHAGAN, B.E., Empaneled Trainer to Bombay Stock Exchange, Coimbatore was the resource person.  Our first pay cheque is an award for all of the hard work and endeavor.  We put into our new job and the initial job hunting down.   It also marks the starting point of our monetary and financial life, an  opportunity to create and generate a money management system that will set up for achievement in the long term, he pointed out.  Beside that he gave some saving tips like deposits in banking organizations, creating emergency funds, investments in health and term insurance, mutual funds, etc., 

Dr M R Lakshiminarayanan, Principal of the College gave the welcome speech.   Mr. P.K. Sengodan, Chairman presided over the webinar event.  Er. K. Nallusamy, Secretary &   Dr Arasuparameswaran,Director – Academic delivered the felicitation address.   

The faculty members of Commerce Dr G. Selvalakshmi, Dr M. Sasikala, Mrs G Nithya, Dr L Tamilselvi, Mrs. G. Sathyasangari, Mrs. D. Valarmathi, Dr. S. Devi, The RDIC Coordinator Dr N Elamathi, The President of Alumni Forum Mrs. R. Navamani and The Coordinator of SWAYAM Mrs S Usharani took part in that web based event. 

Nearly 100 students participated in that webinar.  

Martyr’s Day and Untouchability Pledge

Martyr’s Day and Untouchability Pledge, taken at our Trinity College for Women, Namakkal on 30th January 2021 (Saturday) at 11 AM.   The volunteers and the NSS, YRC & RRC Programme Officers of the College paid homage to the father of Indian Nation – Gandhiji.   On the occasion, Dr R Savithri, YRC Programme Officer, Mr. N.S. Senthilkumar, RRC Programme Officer and the NSS Programme Officers Dr M. Sasikala, & Mrs. S. Jayamathi presented speeches on Gandhiji’s life. Later, all the volunteers and the programme officers observed a two-minute silence, and took a pledge to the path of truth and non-violence.