Quality Education STET - Sengamala Thayaar Educational Trust Women's College

Student Support Services



The institution supports the students to achieve progress in the learning process through English Language Laboratory, Soft Skill Development Cell, etc.

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The institution supports the students to achieve progress in the learning process through various committees and cell.

  • English Language Laboratory
  • Soft Skill Development Cell
  • Career Guidance and Placement Cell
  • Entrepreneurial Development Cell
  • Target CE
  • Research and Development Cell
  • Fine Arts Association
  • Sports and Games Committee
  • Library Committee
  • Magazine Committee
  • Anti Ragging Committee
  • Committee for Differently abled persons
  • Alumni Association
  • Grievance Redressal Cell
  • Counselling Committee
  • Consumer Citizen Club
  • Discipline Committee
  • Transport Committee
  • Hostel Committee
  • Health Club
  • Student EXNORA

 The support extended by the institution is inclusive.

Extra Curricular (Part V) Clubs

Students represent and actively participate in various committees.

  • National Cadet Corps (NCC)
  • National Service Scheme(NSS)
  • Sports and Games Committee
  • Fine Arts Association
  • Rotaract
  • Student Exnora
  • Youth Red Cross
  • Red Ribbon Club


The Sports Secretary and her team help in the identification of students’ talents in sports and games, and assist the Physical Directress in the process of selection of students for various teams. She facilitates the players to participate in competition at various levels. The institution organizes cultural competitions in the name of STET FIESTA. The Fine Arts Secretary shoulder the responsibility of organizing such programmes in collaboration with the Fine Arts Co-ordinator, and assists in selecting the students for various fine arts and cultural events, and participates in training and grooming the students. The NSS secretary with NSS Coordinator assesses the sociological needs and problems. They enrol the students for NSS, create awareness on such problems and train the students to address the problems, and schedule and execute the programmes.

Departmental Clubs

All the departments have students’ club. Each Club is run by the student office bearers and the activities are managed only by the students. Each department publishes Newsletter, which is edited by student editors.

  • ‘Painthamizh Sangam’ – Tamil
  • Literary club – English
  • Economists club – Economics
  • Parkers club – BBA
  • Commerce association – Commerce
  • Biodia club – Biochemistry
  • Curie club – Chemistry
  • Nutraplex club – N & D
  • Opal club – MBA
  • Opto club – Physics
  • Hypatia club – Mathematics
  • Robert Koch club – Microbiology
  • IT Park – Computer Science
  • Oriontech club – MCA
Support for SC/ST and Economically Weaker sections

The institution facilitates the SC/ST students to get the social welfare scholarship from the state government. BC/MBC students of MBA and MCA are facilitated to get the scholarship from the State Government.

The eligible students receive ‘puthumai pen thittam’ scholarship and central government scholarship ‘Single Girl Child’.

The management financially supports the economically weaker section of the society through free ships in tuition fee, hostel fee and transportation fee.

Support for physically disabled students

Committee for Differently abled persons takes the responsibility of overcoming the hardships faced by the differently abled students by providing facilities such as user friendly toilet, ramp, wheel chair, and lift.

Creating awareness about the benefits of the schemes offered by the Central and State governments for the disabled people through class circulars and display in the college notice board.

Support for competitive examinations

Career Guidance and Placement Cell, and TARGET CE arrange coaching classes/training programmes to face the competitive examinations (Banking Services, TNPSC, UPSC, GATE examinations, etc.,).

Online tests are conducted to the final year UG and PG students on various topics to develop aptitude skills and to get an idea about the competitive examinations. UGC NET examinations coaching classes were conducted for both the staff members and students.

Career guidance and Placement Cell also help them to improve their skill of competency.

Coaching classes are conducted for the final year UG students for TANCET entrance examination.

Support for Language Development, Skill classes (Spoken English, Computer Literacy, etc.,)

Spoken English classes are conducted on alternate Saturdays for the freshers and weekly once classes for the final year PG students.

Computer literacy classes are conducted during and after the college hours.

Language laboratory classes are conducted for the first year PG students to develop LSRW (listening, speaking, reading and writing) skills. The English Language Laboratory trains the students to communicate in English.

Support of Medical assistance to students.

The Health Care Centre with a physician, a staff in-charge (Physical Director) and van, has been provided by the management. The Doctor visits the hostel and the college every day. A separate vehicle is provided by the Management to take the ailing students to hospital, accompanied by the class in-charge and two volunteers,(for both hostellers and day scholars).

Counselling is provided and awareness is created to students on the causes and problems of obesity, deficiency diseases, peptic ulcer, etc.

The physical director is the overall in-charge of the health care of the students.

Support for soft skill development programme for students
  • The college provides soft skill development training to impart communication and to groom personality development to the students. The Bridge intensive course gives orientation to the college environment at the entry level.
  • Computer literacy has been ensured to all the students, though it is not mandatory.
  • The Diploma and certificate courses are conducted.
Support for slow learners
  • Slow learners are persuaded to approach the teachers for improvement.
  • Apart from the regular instruction hours, extra one hour is utilized for tutorial classes every week to support the slow learners.
  • Remedial classes are conducted to help the academically weaker students for two hours on alternate Saturdays.
Support for field/industrial visits/Hands on Experience
  • Students of Computer Science, Information Technology and MCA are sent for internship and project work to software firms.
  • Students of M.B.A. are sent for industrial visits to corporate companies and to do projects.
  • Students of Biochemistry and Microbiology are sent for internships to corporate hospitals.
  • Students of Nutrition and Dietetics are sent for internship programmes to hospitals and star hotels.
  • Excursions are arranged every year for UG students to widen the horizons of knowledge and experience.
Support for Student Publication

The students of science, humanities and language departments bring out half yearly newsletters.

  • Thellu Thamizh (Tamil)
  • Damsels’ views(English)
  • Path finder (Economics)
  • Espousal (BBA)
  • Nexus(Commerce)
  • Aryabhatta (Mathematics)
  • CSLILO (Computer Science)
  • Wings (Science Departments),
  • The First step (MBA)
  • CAN (MCA)

The college publishes annual college magazine. The college also publishes a quarterly international journal entitled “International Journal of Scientific Transactions in Environment and Technovation”