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 Karur Vysya Bank(KVB)


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 Cauvery College for Women - Hostel




























  • A student seeking admission to the hostel shall submit her application to the Principal/Warden countersigned by her parent or guardian. The Management/Principal reserve the right to refuse admission to a student into the college hostel.

  • Current students studying at Cauvery College for Women alone are eligible to be admitted in to the Hostel. Admissions to the Hostel will be made every year. However, senior students who have resided previously in the hostel, will be given preference.

  • Application forms can be received from the College Hostel Office. 

  • No member shall be allowed to withdraw from the hostel before the end of the year except with approval of the Warden/Management.

  • After scrutiny and sanction for admission, the students have to pay the Hostel deposit and fees prescribed by the Management before admission.

  • The second Sunday of every month will be the visitor’s day. Visiting the ward is not allowed on other days.

  • Allotment of room shall be made by the Warden at the beginning of each year and members shall not change their rooms.

  • Warden, may re-allot the rooms at any time without assigning reasons.

  • Boarding charges of previous month shall be paid without fine till 15th of succeeding month. Thereafter a fine of Rs.5/- will be levied for each day of default. In any case if a member fails to pay the dues of a month by 25th of the next month, she will cease to be a member of the hostel henceforth. However, such defaulters may be readmitted at the discretion of the Warden and the Management. Hostel deposit will be adjusted for mess fees during the last two months of their stay during the academic year.

  • Leave of absence from the hostel should be obtained invariably from the warden through the House Keepers concerned. No reduction will be made in mess charges for absence of 5 days and less. If the member is absent for more than 5 days consecutively in the same month a reduction will be made for each day in excess. The application for such leave is to be given to the warden before 25th of every month through the House Keeper. Students who are sick should stay only in the room provided for this purpose.

  • If a student is be absent continuously for more than 15 days in any of the particular month with the permission of the Warden, her boarding charges will be calculated for the actual number of days she has dined in the hostel, during the month. Benefit of this rule cannot be claimed by members whose continuous absence extends from that month to the succeeding month


  • Recreation is an inevitable part and parcel of students’ pastime. Hence in each dining hall there is a 29 inches colour television with limited channels of connection and audio system in each block which has speakers in each floor.

  • Music, announcements and other communications are made through these speakers. Further a movie of students’ choice is screened once a month. There are three colour television sets exclusively for hostel staff members.

  • WELCOME DINNER, NEW YEAR DINNER & HOSTEL DAY CELEBRATION are conducted every year in a grand manner.

  • Extra classes like Tailoring, Hindi and Yoga are conducted for the students after the college hours.

  • A set of reputed National and local publications both in English and Tamil are circulated to the students in each block and in each floor. Employment news is the latest addition to the list of publications.

  • Besides there is a move to make provisions for a library and gymnastics club in the ground floor. In the first floor there is a shuttle cork court, table tennis and recreations like chess, carom, etc.

Health care

         Dr. Shanthi and Dr.Lakshmi Praba alternatively visit the hostel for the purpose of medication to the sick students. They are provided with a separate room. Emergency cases are taken by a separately arranged escorts to nearby hospitals. Arrangements are made for buying the medicines daily. Keeping in mind the health factor of the students, it is ensured that students are provided with the healthy drinks like fruit juice every week. In general and the sports students in particular are provided with porridge and boiled cereals. In short their health is well looked after.


          The hostel is housed in three buildings and named as ‘A’, ‘B’ and ‘P.G’ Blocks comprising 245 rooms out of which 219 are marked for students. The rooms are adequately furnished and are provided with mosquito netting and fans. Apart from these, each floor has a water purifier in all the buildings. Presently there are 1207 college students including school students who are studying in Cauvery Matriculation School which is a sister institution of our college.
Faculty members staying in the hostel are provided with attached bathrooms and a separate dining room. Adjoining the P.G hostel a building has been constructed to make provision for a separate room for the hostel secretary and hostel office.
         Telephone and intercom facilities have been provided for all the blocks. Telephone card system is an added dimension to the otherwise well equipped hostel system. For this, separate telephone connections and telephones have been installed in each block.
Sodium vapour lamps illuminate the entire campus from 6 p.m to 6 a.m. A new high mast lamp is inserted or fitted in the hostel ground. Kitchen was modified as A1 kitchen. Power cuts have never been a problem for our students since 83 kV generator has been installed exclusively for the hostel. Separate washing area is provided near each block. Adequate lines are provided in all the blocks for hanging clothes.

Available Features

  • R.O System of mineral water is provided. 

  • Hot water has been arranged for bathing during winter season. 

  • A computer exclusively for hostel use has been purchased. 

  • Introduction of 21 coin phone booth totally in all the blocks. Provision of a park in hostel campus is also on the way. 

Mess hall

  • The hostel has a well equipped kitchen. The sophisticated dough kneader and chapatti sheeter are worth to be mentioned.

  • “A” and “B” blocks and the dining hall are linked through connectivity links. There are four well furnished dining halls, which can easily accommodate 750 students at one time. These halls have been designed for study and to be used for meetings as well. The windows of these halls are fitted with stainless steel mosquito netting. For all the dining halls water purifiers, which include coolers and two other systems that have the option of purified ordinary water, cool water and hot water are provided.

  • Lift facility is available to carry cooked food to each dining hall and covered stainless steel pushcart is put in use to transport food to PG hostel dining hall. Giant sized hot packs are provided to keep the food items warm. The menu is exclusively student oriented. The mess expenses are on a dividing system.

Record Maintenance

  • A system of recording the entry and exit of students and staff members is set up and being followed.

  • Receiving and delivering of letters, parcels and money meant for students are recorded.

  • The students are allowed for an outing with their parents on second Sunday of every month.

  • There are at present five securities to guard the hostel day and night.


Strict adherence to the rules specified below is compulsory on the part of every resident student. Disobedience of the rules or any misconduct will result in removal from the Hostel.

  • The duties and responsibilities, if any, given to them are to be executed in good faith and sincerity.

  • Any grievance or complaint should be brought to the notice of Warden or Deputy Warden through House Keepers immediately.

  • The residents are not permitted to have any direct contact with the hostel servants.

  • Students are not permitted to wear costly materials, jewels, etc. and they should not have large amount of cash with them. It is the responsibility of the individuals to keep their articles safely. Students should open SB A/c with UCO Bank Extn. Counter within our College Premises.

  • The students are not permitted to use tape recorders, transistors, heaters, fans, iron boxes, cell phones etc.,

  • Inmates are not permitted to entertain day-scholars, friends and others inside the rooms. Inmates must not invite guests for food in the hostel mess.

  • Newspapers, magazines, play materials and other articles should not be taken out of the common reading room.

  • Residents feeling sick should immediately report the matter to the Warden through the House Keepers.

  • Members shall not enter the kitchen. They shall sit in the dining hall in the order in which they enter it. They shall treat the cooks and servants with kindness and consideration.

  • No member shall disfigure the walls and doors or cause any damage to any hostel property. Any such damage shall be reported to the Warden at once and it shall be paid for at such rates as shall be fixed by the authorities.

  • No notice shall be put or circulated in the hostel premises without the permission of the Warden.

  • If rooms are found locked or empty with lights on, all the inmates of the rooms will be held jointly responsible and a fine of Rs.5/- per day will be charged.

  • Outsiders should not be invited to any function in the Hostel.

  • Members shall not remove or exchange furniture allotted to them.

  • Violent discussion and disputes should strictly be avoided. No member shall ever participate in any political, communal or anti-social activities. They shall not organize, convene or hold meeting in or outside the hostel premises without previous permission of the Warden.

  • Arrangements are made for the dispatch of letters and the incoming message will be given through the Warden. Cloth washing can be done through Dhobi arranged for this purpose.


  • 5.30 a.m. — Rising Bell

  • 6.00 a.m. — Coffee

  • 6.15 a.m. — Study Hour

  • 7.30 a.m.- 8.30 a.m. — Breakfast

  • 10.00 a.m.- 12.00 p.m. — Silence Hour (Holidays)

  • 12.00 p.m.- 1:00 p.m. — Lunch

  • 4.00 p.m. — Evening Tiffin & Coffee

  • 4.30 p.m.- 5.30 p.m. — Games

  • 6.00 p.m. — Evening Prayer

  • 6.30 p.m.- 7:30 p.m.— Study Hour

  • 7.30 p.m. - 8:45 p.m. — Dinner

  • 9.00 p.m. — Night Roll Call

  • 9.00 p.m.- 10.15 p.m. — Study Hour

  • 10.30 p.m. — Lights Off

  • Parents and recognized guardians / Local guardians with identity card alone can meet the student concerned at the visitors lounge in case of emergency, only with prior permission of the warden.

  • Hostelites will be permitted to avail themselves of the holidays at home as listed In the College Calendar.

  • During any holidays the parents or local guardians should come and take the Students home. Under any unavoidable circumstances, the parents are asked to write the permission letter directly to the Warden/ Deputy Warden, to send their daughter home alone.

    Notice for I year students: If you want to stay in hostel, furnish the details in the following google form:

Language Lab

  • With the objective of polishing and perfecting heterogeneous language skills of the students, a Language Lab was established through financial aid from UGC.

  • This lab enhances the language use of the students with varied exercises and activities based on real context in a sophisticated ambience.

  • The infrastructure of the Lab is extended to all students on a triangular basis with the Internet and the Library. 

  • During the pandemic the activities of the Labs (Lang.Lab & AOEL) were incorporated in the Part II English Classes in online mode.

  • The Lab resumed with the offline activities on the rotational basis with the Library

            (LL  to Library and Library to LL).

  • The Lab Instructors train the students in their language skills allied with employability skills like Debates, Group Discussion, Presentations, Role Play, Mock interviews etc.

  • The Lab Co-ordinators coordinate with the other instructors in formulating the week activities.

Internet Lab

  • The internet lab is accessed by all the students from all the departments on triangular basis with a fixed schedule of one hour per week during the college hours. The students are also permitted to access the Net lab facility after college hours. 

  • All the labs are completely interlinked with internet connectivity and supported by 45 Mbps leased line internet facility. The campus is also fully enabled with Wi-Fi connectivity. All the systems are secured with firewall and anti-virus software.

Instrumentation Facility

Instrumentation Facility
    Cauvery College Instrumentation Center (CCIC) is equipped with advanced analytical equipment’s sponsored under “Fund for Improvement of   S & T Infrastructure in Universities and Higher Educational Institutions (FIST)” and “Consolidation of University Research for Innovation and Excellence in Women Universities (CURIE)” of Department of Science & Technology (DST), Government of India. 
Research Instruments:

  • Fourier Transform Infra Red Spectrometer (FTIR)
  • Ultra High Performance Liquid Chromatography (UHPLC) 
  • Electrochemical Workstation (Cyclic Voltammetry)
  • Tyrone Workstation


Professor & Head,
PG & Research Dept. of Physics,
Cauvery College Instrumentation Center (CCIC),
Cauvery College for Women (Autonomous),
Tiruchirappalli, Tamilnadu.
Pin code – 620 018.
Project Assistant
DST-CURIE Core grant for women PG Colleges


AOE Lab - Aural Oral English Lab

       The Aural Oral English Lab (AOE Lab) is one of its kind. It exclusively caters to the development of listening and speaking skills of the first-year students; of a composite class belonging to various disciplines. The lessons for different learning levels are incorporated in the curriculum for a diligent delivery to ensure efficacy in learning the functionality of the language.  On the whole, it is an innovative approach that stands apart from the contemporaries.

Cauvery Fitness Centre

Fitness upholds physical well-being,Happiness,Harmony,Peace finally achieve humanity.
Fitness leads to well-being of everything.

Motto: "Health is important than wealth."

Staff Incharge:

    Dr.B.Baby Shakila, B.A., M.P.Ed.,M.Phil., Dip. in Yoga., Ph.D.,






 Manapparai Mariamman Kovil -Pothamettupatti (Under Bridge)-Chathirapatti Pallivasal
 -Ramji Nagar-Karumandapam -Ponnagar- College


 Manapparai Bharathiyar Nagar -Rajalipatti -Viralimalai -Inamkulathur-
 Chathirapatti Bus Stop -Vannankovil -Palpannai -College


 T-Dravida Kalagam -Thandalaiputhur -Moovanur -Tirupanjeeli -
 Thaneerpanthal -Ulunthangudi -Nerkuppai -T.V.Kovil -Srirangam -College


 Illuppur Hospital - Illuppur -Malaikudipatti -Fathima Nagar -
 Nagamangalam -Manikandam -E.pudur -Crawford -College


 Kulithalai Sunga Gate -Pettavaithalai -Kodiyalam -College


 Thuraiyur Bus Stand - Karattampatti -Pulivalam -Tiruvellarai -
 Sanjeevi Nagar -Manachanallur Taluk Office -College


 Dalmia Samathuvapuram -Pipe Company -Vadugarpettai -Pullambadi -
 Vellanur-Pinnavasal Palam -Mandhurai -Valadi Pudhu Road -Keelavaladi -College


 Vaiyampatti School -Alathur -Nochimedu -Vellakal -Pothamettupatti Outer -
 Maravanur -Alampattipudur -Vellivadi -Dheeran Nagar -College


 Thuvakudi Raavathan Medu -NIT -BHEL AC -Tiruverumbur -V.K.N -Kattur -
U.D.C -Senthaneerpuram -Sangiliyandapuram -Ware House -College


 Thottiyam -Thiruengoimalai -Musiri -Umayalpuram -Ayyampalayam -
 Kottur -Amoor -College


 Kallakampatti -Puthanatham -Edayapatti -Samathuvapuram -Kaavalkaranpatti -
 Poigaipatti -Kallathupatti  -Manapparai Bus Stand -Karaiyampatti  - Raja Colony -College


 Madu Valarnthanparai North -Nachalur -Neithalur Colony -Panaiyur -
 Kavundampatti -Kulumani -Maruthandakurichi -Lingam Nagar-College


 Panickampatti Bunk-Valaiyapatti -Kalingapatti -Innungur -Sukkampatti Pirivu -
 Tiruchapur -Nangavaram -Perugamani -Jeeyapuram -Allur -Kambarasampettai-College


 Keela Anbil -Anbil -Natarajapuram -Aathikudi -Koppavali -Manakkal -
 Lalgudi -Santhapettai -Akilandapuram -College


 Nakkasalem -T.Kalathur -Thenur -Edhumalai -Kariamanickam Road -
 Ayyampalayam -Raasampalayam -Mannachanallur School (Girls) -College


 Pothamettupatti R.T.O Office -Kottapatti -Thogaimalai -Vellapatti -Melaveliyur -
 Keelaveliyur -Kavalkaranpatti -Vadacheri -R.T.Malai -Soma Naicker Thottam -
 Somarasampettai -Renga Nagar -Bishop College -K.M.C -Thillainagar Main Road -College


 Thuvarankurichi Bus Stand -Yogapuram -Sethupatti -Valanadu Kaikatti -
 Kovilpatti -Kodumbalur -Viralimalai Check Post -Mannarpuram -College


 Subramaniapuram -Ponmalaipatti -Aalathur Palam -K.K.Kottai -S.I.T. -
 Old Pal Pannai -TVS Tollgate -Head Post Office -Prabath -Gandhi Market -
 Marakkadai -Teppakulam -College


 Poovalur Rice Mill -Thenkal -Lalgudi RTO ffice -Aangarai -Saraswathi College -
 Pachampettai Valaivu -Melavaladi  -Thalakudi -Narayana Temple - No.1 Tollgate (Lalgudi Rd.)


 Kallai-T.Melapatti -Chinna puthur -Chinnapanaiyur -Ayyarmalai Samathuvapuram Ariyavoor
 Othakadai -Vazhai Aaraichi Maiyam -Thayanur -Pallakadu -Sunnambukaranpatti -Allithurai -
 Vasan City -Rettai Vaikkal -Srinivasa Nagar -Puthur 4 Road -WoraiyurPolice Station -College


 Gunaseelam -Vaathalai -Kariyamanickam Police Station -Kiliyanallur -Thudaiyur -
 Nochiyam Pudhu Palam -Pichandar Kovil -Srirangam RTO Office (CheckPost) -Annasilai -
 Chatiram Bus Stand                                                         


 Mayanur -Sithalavoi -Lalapettai -Kulithalai Periya Palam -Maruthur -Sirugamani -
 Perugamni -T.P.Thurai -Kadiyakurichi -Kaveri Nagar -Mallachipuram -College


 Fire Station -H.A.P.P -OFT -Maathur Rountaana -M.I.E.T -AIRPORT -K.K.Nagar -
 LIC Colony - Head Post Office -American Hospital -Court -Sastri Road -College


 Perambalur Old Bus Stand -Durai Mangalam -Siruvachur -Padalur -Konalai -
 Kalpalayam -Samayapuram -Maruthi Nagar -No.1 Tollgate Bypass -College


 Thuraiyur Palakkarai -Kaalipatti -Pagalavadi -Peramangalam -Poonampalayam -
 Karuppu Kovil -College


  • For intermediate bus stops, bus fare & application form etc. please approach college office.
  • Bus fees once paid will not be refunded or adjusted against any fees to be paid to the college.



  • To provide the students with photocopying facilities, a women entrepreneur has been permitted to run a Xerox centre within the Campus.


Mission: To promote a life-long love of reading and to provide Educational, Informational and Recreational resources to all Users.
Motto:   Exploring Knowledge through Library Gateway. 

        The Cauvery College has witnessed, during the last quarter century, an amazing multi-dimensional growth and development in the Library as the Learning Resource Centre, reflecting upon its collection and access the-state-of-the-art technology in the field of library science thanks to the impact of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) scenario. No academic institution could carry on its study/research programs and projects without a strong/staunch support of the Library as life-force. The Three development phases of the Modern Library are The Paper Library, The Automated Library and The Electronic library. The CCW Library is a combination of these three.

        Our College has a fully automated library with Barcode and GEM facility. Our Library functions with Digital Library, PG reference centre and Periodical and Dissertation Section with 210 seating capacity, 230 Transactions per day and 450 Visitors per day.


8.30 -  5.00
8.30 – 4.00













           Fully Automated Library with Barcode and GEM facility.  Functions in Two Phases namely Main Library and PG Reference Centre.

  • Seating Capacity          –   210

  • Transactions per day   --   230

  • Visitors per day           --   600 above

          Library has maintained every day, Students using library hours per day no. of visitors 450 above Including UG, PG, M.Phil, Ph.d and Teaching and Non-Teaching Staff also.


           All routine works and services of the library can be automated through library automation. Besides in some Automation software packages there are provisions for article indexing, abstracting etc. Basically these followings Works of library are automated:-

  • Online public access catalogue
  • Circulation
  • Acquisition
  • Serial control
  • Intranet
  • Internet
  • Digital Libraries


           There are various types of automated services provided by the automated library. The automated services are:

  • Internet Access : No. of Terminals : 30
  • Automation (Nirmal’s) : 09
  • News Paper Clipping Service
  • Reprography Service
  • Current awareness Service (CAS)
  • Online Search Service
  • Printed Indexes
  • Selective Dissemination of Information (SDI)
  • Inter Library Loan
  • Stock Verification
  • Reference service

LIBRARY HOUR             

         Apart from the Regular usage, Library have allotted compulsory Library Hours for each and every departments for their students usage, and First year Students utilized their more times in Library

CD Library

        Library has a good collections of nearly 8409 CD's + Project Notes, including Book CD's and floppy - 3950, 592 Tutorial CD's and 1587 Magazine CD's.


          Every year Library generating the report by Stock Verification.  Stock Verification Computerized Stock Verification with specialized Stock Verification Scanner.


         Library Building under the Camera Surveillance. Patrons of all ages and types use libraries every day. Security cameras placed around the library can help keep them safe while reading, researching and browsing.

  • Security

  • Prevent Theft

  • Flexibility

  • Remote Monitoring

  • Video Recorder


  • Every year library maintained budget is a financial statement of the estimated revenues and expenditures of an institution for a definite period of time. 

  • In preparing of budget, the librarian should take into consideration last year’s expenditures, the appropriation for the current year, and the estimated expenditures for the next year. The proposed budget is based on the Library requirements judgment of the adequacy of budgets of the previous and current years.


        OPAC allow users to in what's available in the Library and can be searched for Author, Title, Keyword and Subject.


       Digital access purpose total no. of terminals: 20


      The Library has internet facilities for faculty, Students and Research Scholars


        One Day Workshop on “Easy Access to E-Journals” was conducted as part of the Faculty Development Program on 9th March 2009. The resource person R. Poonkothai elaborated on the various stages involved in access to E-Journals including the access of DOAJ, Springer-Verlag and Multi subject Gateways.

DREAMS -Digital Repository Advanced Management System

        The Cauvery College Digital Repository currently holds a small subset of our research thesis in full text (Ph. D and Masters). This is currently a pilot service. We are planning for the Repository to grow and will include more of our thesis, and other types of research materials like journal articles, conference papers, etc.


        As a part of extension service library conduction Book Exhibitions venue Auditorium books sellers from various places Dr. V. Sujatha, Principal inaugurated the session in the presence of Secretary, and initiative taken by the Librarian.


  • Internet Access

  • Nlist, Delnet, British Council Membership

  • DREAMS – Digital Repository Advanced Management Systems

  • E- Resources Access

  • News Paper Clipping Service

  • Reprography Services

  • Referral Services

  • CAS – Current Awareness Service

  • SDI – Selective Dissemination of Information Service

  • Reference and Loan(ILL-Inter Library Loan) Services

  • Preservation of books and journals

  • Question Bank


        Researchers and students may access the Library as external users. To obtain permission to access the library, external users should indicate their subject of research, intended days of visit and contact information from their parental Institution that should be approved by CCW Principal. Not only students and Faculty, Research Scholars in and around Trichy, and also students from Swedish Universities like Umea, Orebro are using the library.

Library Staff Details






 Ms.S. Pommi

 BCA, MLISc., MA., M.Phil (Lib. Science)




 B.Sc., PGDCA., MA, M.LI.Sc. M.Phil (Tamil)., M.Phil (Lib.Sc.) 

 Assistant Librarian 


 Ms.P. Suhirtha

 B.Com., M.LI.Sc.

 Assistant Librarian



 B.A., M.LI.Sc.

Library Assistant


 Ms.J. Rama

 MBA., M.LI.Sc.

Library Assistant



 BBA., M.LI.Sc

Library Assistant



 C.LI.SC Library Attendant

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Human Rights Relating to Women
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Invasion of Foreign Media
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Risk Management for E-Banking
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Analysis of Gang Scheduling Strategy with Speed-Up’s in Parallel Systems Environment
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Semantic Web : Next Generation of the Web
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A Role of Six Sigma Quality Strategy in Higher Educational Institutions
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A Potential Lipase Producing Bacillus cereus from Stored Food Cereals
R. Senthilkumar & G. Selvakumar
Assessment of Nutritional Knowledge among Adolescent Girls and Impact of Nutrition Education
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Impact of Globalization in Commerce Education
Dr. N. Saratha
A Study on Stress Faced by Adolescents
Dr. D. Nirmala & V. Louis Mary
FTIR & FT-Raman Spectral Investigation of 7-Hydroxycoumarin
D. Anitha Rexalin

Analysis of Physically Challenged Women Entrepreneur At Mannarpuram In Tiruchirapalli
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A Study on Drug Dependent Hypertensives
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Media Exploitation of Women
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Impact of Internet on Children’s Attitude and Behaviour
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A Comparative Study Between Subject Gateways and Search Engines
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Psycho-social problems faced by the pregnant women
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Organisational Climate – A Social Work Perspective
K. Sivakumar
Exploitation and Deprivation of Women in Jayanta Mahapatra’s Poems
Rita Shanthakumar
The Pursuit of Self Identity in Shashi Deshpande’s Novel ‘That Long Silence’
P. Urmila

Job satisfaction among college teachers with special reference to different categories of self financing arts and Science Colleges (SFS) in Tiruchirappalli District
M.Chandrasekaran & K. Sujatha
Global Marketing Education
S. Rajendran
Association of childhood obesity with the duration of screen time and the impact of nutrition education
Meera Mary Mathew & Dorothy Jaganathan
Hr as change agent with respect to labour functions (a study conducted in Aauraa International Ltd, Ramagoundanpudur, Karur)
J. Wilfred Angello Gerald & M. J.I.Raj
Brand preference of tea among consumers-a study in Coimbatore
S. Najma
Dividend policy of Dalmia Cements (Bharat) Limited, Dalmiapuram
M. Neela
Corporate Scandals in India
K. Sowmya
Financial Position Analysis of NLC Using Leverage
R.K. Sudha
Management of Non Performing Assests in Tiruchirapalli District Central Co-Operative Bank Ltd.
T. Umadevi
Unemployment stress in Chennai : an analytical study
P. Abirami
An Analytical Study on the Awareness and Responsiveness of Customers to SBI Debit Card Loyalty Program Freedom Rewardz in Chennai
P. Sugunalakshmi
Bioremediation of chromium by using Aspergillus niger and Pseudomonas aeruginosa
R. Sathya & P. Sankar
Migration and transformation in Bharathi Mukherjee’s Jasmine
P. Urmila
Intuition versus reason in the poems of Shiv K.Kumar
Rita Shanthakumar
A study on adjustmental problem among the run away children in late childhood
S. Vidhya & D. Nirmala
Awareness about learning disabilities among the primary school teachers
U. Gandhimathi & J.O. Jeryda Gnanajane Eljo
Vibrational Spectra and Normal coordinate Calculations of 5, 6 Diamino 1H Pyrimidine 2, 4 Dione

The Evolution of HR Audits
S.Rajendran & Dr. M. Chandrasekaran
A study on consumer preference towards health food drinks in Trichy City
Mrs.J.Tamilselvi & Mr. M.Kirubaharan
Utilisation of e-resources by the research scholars of Annamalai University – a case study
Dr. M. Chandrasekaran & Mr. V. Anandavel
Brand preference for fairness creams- a study in Tanjore
Ms. S. Najma
Changing Values
S. Thamarai Selvi
Global Meltdown and its Impact on Indian Economy
Dr. P. Stanly Joseph
A study on executive training and development programme
J. Vincent Xavier
Consumer satisfaction over branded and unbranded rice in Salem city
D. Rajakumari
Emotional intelligence and managerial effectiveness of managerial executives
Dr. Uma Selvi & A. Jane Joshua
Uses of e-resources and its impact to information access by the faculty and students of Bharathidasan University
M. Dorairajan & M.Renukadevi
Soft skills for success
A comparative study on nutritional status of preschoolchildren (4 – 6 years of age) in the rural and urban areas
Ms. K. Lakshmipriya & Ms.A.Selvamala
Glycemic index of recipes incorporated with aloevera among type-II diabetics
Dr.V. Premala Priyadharshini & E.Sunitha
On the ternary cubic equation x3 + x2 + y3 - y2 =2(z3 + z2 )
M.A. Gopalan & S. Premalatha
Scientometric analysis of medical literature output of hypertension
A.Senthamilselvi, Dr.S.Srinivasa Raghavan & G.Amutha
Empowerment of women through Self Help Groups in India
Dr. J. Emmanuel Janagan
Social support for Schizophrenic Patients
S.Vidhya & Dr. S. Sankari

Library Awards

Every year Library offers Best Utilizer of the Library award.



2023 - 2024


2022 - 2023






2023 - 2024

S. SNEHA (21125031) - III CS COG
D. RUBASRI (21111166) - III BCOM A

R. SINEGA (22202022) - II MA ENG
P. KIRUTHIKAA (22224012) – II FSM

2022 - 2023



2018 - 2019

R. Suvetha - III Maths
P. Priyadharshini - III Physics
P. L. Valliammai - III Maths
M. Pradeepa - III Physics

V.Vishali - II FSM
A. Narmatha - II Commerce
P. Nithiya - II Commerce

2017 - 2018

C. Atchaya – III B. Com
P. Susmitha – III BA Tamil
S. Malini –III B. Com CA

T. Nivetha – FSM II
G. Ganavalli – Msc Maths II

2016 - 2017

S. Narmatha - III BT 
M. Sivasankari- III BSC Physics 
K. Pavithra - III BSC Chemistry

G. Ponmudi - II FSM
M. Shanthi - II M.Com

2015 - 2016

A.Ramalakshmi - III BT 
S.Kamalaveni - III BCA 
P.Muthulakshmi - III BSC CS

B.S. Dhivyaa- II MSC Chemistry
K.Rukmani - II M.Com

2014 - 2015

R. Divya - III BA English 
S. Abinaya Manogari - III Maths

P. Kiruthika - II MSC Physics
N. Sowmya - II MA English

2013 - 2014

BS.Karpagavalli - III BA English 
B.Narmadha - III BCom

S.Sindhu - II MSC MB
Rubby Thomas - II MSC FSM &D

2012 - 2013

S.Jeeva Priya - BCA

A.Helen Nithya - II MCom 
B.Umasankari - II M.SC MATHS

2011 - 2012

B.Divya - III BCom B 
S.X.P.Niveth - III B.Com B

S.Deepha - II FSMD
T.Monisha Rani – IIFSMD

2010 - 2011

Steffi Elaine. A - III B.B.A
Saranya. K - III ENG

Geetha .R -II M.Com
Shahidha Rizwana.K -II FSMD

2009 - 2010

A. Manimegalai -II B.A TAM
T. Aarthee - II B.Com

M.Akila - II M.Com
A.Kayalvizhi - II FSM&D

2008 - 2009

A. Sarveswari -III CHE
G.Kalaivani - III B.Com B

V. Meenambal - II F.S.M.D
S. Saranya - II M.Sc Maths

2007 - 2008

M. Elakiya -III Biotech
P. Janani -I BCA 'B'

U. Abirami - I M.Sc MB
K .Revathi - II FSM & D

2006 - 2007

P.K.Meena -II B.B.A
C.Cindana -II B.Com

K.Sumathira - IIM.S.W
J.Varalakshmi - II M.S.I.T

Book Exhibition









Cauvery College for Women, Trichy

various place of the publishers and vendors was participated the book fair



26.09.2011 & 27.09.2011

Cauvery College for Women, Trichy

Two days conducted the book exhibitions Among the Publishers from Bangalore




Cauvery College for Women, Trichy

Various place of Book Publishers and Vendors



23.09.2013 &

Cauvery College for Women, Trichy

various place of the publishers and vendors was participated the book fair



25.09.2014 & 26.09.2014

Cauvery College for Women, Trichy

various place of the publishers and vendors was participated the book fair



25.09.2015 –

Cauvery College for Women, Trichy

various place of the publishers and vendors was participated the book fair




Cauvery College for Women, Trichy

various place of the publishers and vendors was participated the book fair



19.12.2019, 20.12.2019

Cauvery College for Women, Trichy

various place of the publishers and vendors was participated the book fair




Cauvery College for Women, Trichy various place of the publishers and vendors was participated the book fair

Physically Challenged Person Access Software


       The purpose of NV Access is to lower the economic and social barriers associated with accessing Information Technology for people who are Blind or Vision Impaired. The company is thus dedicated to the ideal that accessibility and equitable access is a right and should not come as an extra cost to a person who is Blind or Vision Impaired. In a world where information and technology are an increasingly important part of daily living, this ideal facilitates greater participation and independence in all facets of life ,


       Testing screen reader accessibility is an essential step in reviewing your content. NVDA is a free screen reader available for download for Windows that reads aloud page content and relevant semantic info (such as headings, lists, and links). Use the following guidance to get started testing with NVDA, and to get a more comprehensive picture of accessibility.

Turn NVDA on or off

ON:  Control + Alt + N
Note: Once NVDA is turned on, the behavior of your keyboard keys will change For example, you won't be able to use CAPS LOCK to capitalize text while NVDA is on.

Read All Content

Use CAPS LOCK + DOWN ARROW to start reading all page content.
Change How Fast NVDA Talks
Using a slower speaking rate can help with comprehension as you listen during testing.

  1. Use CAPS LOCK + N to open NVDA Menu

  2. Select Preferences and then Settings

  3. Select Speech and adjust Rate slower 

Add the Speech Viewer

This is a text box that shows what is being read by the screen reader. It can be helpful if you want to view text as you test rather than just listen.

  1. Press CAPS LOCK + N to open NVDA Menu

  2. Select Tools then Speech Viewer

Anti Plagiarism Software


    A typical submission made to an assignment in Turnitin generates a Similarity Report. The similarity score is a percentage of a paper's content that matches to Turnitin's databases; it is not an assessment of whether the paper includes plagiarized material. Turnitin does not check for plagiarism in a piece of work.

Cauvery College Staff’s and Student’s:

    Turnitin is an Internet-based plagiarism detection service. You can generate similarity report of your research article, assignment and project reports. Faculty members, research scholars, and students can request their own first-hand materials (Book chapters, articles, projects, paper presentations, conference proceedings, and etc.) by sending a request email to


    Grammarly is an American cloud-based typing assistant. It reviews spelling, grammar, punctuation, clarity, engagement, and delivery mistakes in English texts, detects plagiarism, and suggests replacements for the identified errors. It also allows users to customize their style, tone, and context-specific language. 



     The National Service Scheme (NSS) was officially started on 24th September 1969, to establish a meaningful linkage between the campus and the community. Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of the Nation, had recognised that the country could not progress in a desired direction until the student youth were motivated to work for the upliftment of the villages/community. For Gandhiji, the villages, where majority of the population living, represent the country. Therefore for the national reconstruction and national resurgence it was deemed fit that the students and teachers should be properly sensitised and utilised for strengthening the Indian society as a whole with particular emphasis on rural community. Therefore, student youth, teachers and the community are considered as the three basic components of the National Service Scheme.
     The National Service Scheme of Cauvery College for Women has its own landmark in the successful history of the College. It has the pride and privilege to be one among the few colleges which holds 5 units, with 500 Volunteers and guided by 5 efficient programme officers. The Moto of N.S.S. “Not Me But You” is inculcated in the young minds of the volunteers.
     N.S.S molds the personality of the volunteers and brings out their potentials, hidden talents and nobles them to march forward to reach great heights of global achievements through community services. It also focuses on the current social problems and sensitizes the people to compact the evils prevailing in the society. The NSS activities of our college comprises of both regular activities and special camping activities. Our NSS programme officers and volunteers were recognized for the services and were awarded at state level and university level. 


     The vision is to build the youth with the mind and spirit to serve the society and work for the social uplift of the down-trodden masses of our nation as a movement.


     The National Service Scheme has been functioning with the motto “NOT ME BUT YOU” in view of making the youth inspired in service of the people and hence NSS Aims Education through Community Service and Community Service through Education.

Broad Objectives

  • Understand the community in which they work

  • Understand themselves in relation to their community

  • Identify the needs and problems of the community and involve them in problem solving process

  • Develop among themselves a sense of social and civic responsibility

  • Utilize their knowledge in finding practical solution to individual and community problems

  • Develop competence required for group living and sharing of responsibilities

  • Gain skills in mobilizing community participation

  • Acquire leadership qualities and democratic attitude

  • Develop capacity to meet emergencies and natural disasters and practice national integration and social harmony



      National Cadet Corps (NCC) came into existence on 15th July 1948 under the NCC Act XXXI of 1948, under the Ministry of Defence (MOD). The Girls Division was introduced in 1949. To start with, only Army NCC units were there. Air Force and Naval NCC units followed soon in 1950 and 1952 respectively. The NCC Headquarters is located in New Delhi. Control and co-ordination are exercised through 17 State Directorates. NCC Officer’s Training Academies are located at Kamptee for Male Officers and Gwalior for Women Officers.

    Our college has successfully initiated the National Cadet Corps under 4(TN) Girls BN of Trichy group on 15th August 2005, which comprises 60 cadets considering that Cauvery College for Women had planned to make their cadets to be fit both mentally and physically. We develop our fitness by conducting parades in our college as per schedule. Our NCC Cadets are allowed to participate in various camps (Intra & Interstate). In camps, the monetary aspects are totally provided by the college.


  • To develop qualities, character, courage, comradeship, discipline, leadership, secular outlook, the spirit of adventure and sportsmanship and the ideals of selfless service among the youth to make them useful citizens.

  • To create a human resource of organized, trained and motivated youth, to provide leadership in all walks of life including the Armed Forces and be always available for the service of the nation.

  • To create a suitable environment to motivate the youth to take up a career in the Armed Forces.                                   



  • To develop character and personality.

  • To develop the self-confidence.

  • To build up physique and courage.

  • To teach those subjects that will be useful during an emergency and in day-to-day life.



  • Vacancies reserved for commission in the Defense Forces for NCC  “C” Certificate Holders.


  • IMA Dehradun. 32 vacancies per course through UPSC and SSB interview.

  • OTA Chennai. 50 vacancies per course for Short Service Commission (Non-Tech). No UPSC exam. Only SSB interview.

  • For OR, Sailors, Airmen: 5 to 10% bonus marks awarded for recruitment.

  • 20% vacancies reserved for Girl Cadets in OTA, Chennai.