The Youth Red Cross is another service oriented organization. It trains students to put society before self. The principles governing the Youth Red Cross are promotion of health and voluntary service. Medical Awareness Programmes are conducted regularly. Students are also given a chance to serve society through crowd regulation at hospitals.
The college has two units of NSS. The NSS students are provided training in community service and civic awareness….

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Academic Calendar information will be updated soon…

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Academics Programs

B.Sc – Mathematics
B.Sc – Physics
B.Sc – Chemistry
B.Sc – Computer Science
BCA – Computer Applications
B.Com – General
B.Com – Corporate Secretaryship
B.Com – Accounting and Finance
B.Com – Computer Applications
B.B.A – Business Administration

M.Com – Master of Commerce (2-years)
M.C.A. – Master of Computer Applications (3-years)
M.C.A. – Master of Computer Applications (2-years) (Lateral Entry)

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Admission procedure & policy will be updated soon…

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The Sriram College of Arts and Science Library is the soul of the institution and it acquires, processes, preserves and disseminates information to the user community with the motto of empowering knowledge. It has an extensive collection of books, reference materials for satisfying the academic and research needs of the students and faculty. The Library and Information Centre consists a Reference Section, Circulation Section, Periodical Section. The library has…

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Welcome to Sriram College of Arts & Science

Sriram College of Arts & Science was instituted in the year 1998. It is affiliated to the University of Madras & approved by the AICTE and Government of Tamilnadu. It is located at Perumalpattu near Veppampattu Railway Station. It has successfully served the society for the past 16 years and its service continues with current […]

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