The book club of our college is an active club where students meet and share a book they read. This club brings out the urge of readers to discuss a book with someone like-minded. It connects students from various disciplines because of their interests.
Book club members meet once a month. The co-coordinator of Book Club introduces some titles of books, bounces off book titles, and discusses different genres. It’s a discussion that thinks on intellectual ideas and by the end of the meeting, students are introduced to books of different languages and they are helped to discover another world.
Students meet not only to read books; celebrate books but also they gather to celebrate the birthdays of book club members. A member starts talking about books anywhere, whether in a class or in the corridor.
Business line club
The Business line club has 500 members. All members subscribe to the Business Line newspaper of the Hindu. The paper is offered at a subsidized rate to the student subscribers. Business Club believes that:
“Coming together is beginning
Keeping together is progress
Working together is success”
Business Club aims, “To update the members with the latest business in formations.”
Entrepreneurial Development Cell (EDC-AIC)
The ED cell was inaugurated by Thiru. Nalli chinnasamy chettiar (A leading entrepreneur) during the academic year 2005 – 06. The ED Cell aims at creating enterprising, energetic and resourceful individuals. The cell provides platform through “ADARSH ANGADI “, which creates desire, optimism and self-confidence among students and awareness about profitable business opportunities. ED cell is constituted “for the students, by the students, of the students”.
The Enviro Club was inaugurated on the 16th July 2006 by Mr.M.B.Nirmal, Founder, Exnora. Enviro Club with its aim of “PRESERVE OR PERISH!” orients its members and other students to contribute towards a change, a positive change – A green change!
The Objectives of this club is to involve the students in conserving and protecting the environment through sensitizing them about environmental issues, litter-free, clean and green campus.
The aim of the Fine Arts club is bringing the talents of the budding musicians in the college to limelight, and encourages the theatrical skills of the students. Through their creativity, to motivate them to work across various art forms- physical theatre, folk theatre, mime, pantomimes, etc. To enhance social skills and build confidence, the Visit / View productions in the city will be organized.
The club conducts workshops in speech, drama, and creative writing so that young students can strengthen their imagination and realize their potential
National Service Scheme
The aim of the NSS is service to the community. The objective of the National Service Scheme is “development of the personality of students through community service”. This objective is sought to be achieved by enabling the students to work in the community. The program aims to inculcate social welfare in students and to provide service to society without bias.
Red Ribbon Club
Red Ribbon Club educates youth with correct, concise awareness on health to develop healthy life styles and to increase access to safe and adequate quantities of Blood to all the needy by promotion of regular voluntary blood donation.
Road Safety Club
The Management Punjab Association and Principal of the college have taken the initiative of starting the “ROAD SAFETY CLUB” in the college on 25th January 2007. The road safety club has embarked on the mission of reaching people- why it is imperative to follow road safety norms and complying with traffic regulations, along with the do’s and don’ts of road safety norms, thus spreading awareness about the traffic rules. The club emphasized on wearing helmet mandatory to staffs and students of the college.
The Rotaract club of Anna Adarsh College for women was successfully started in the year 1991 in the college campus. The purpose of Rotaract is to provide an opportunity for young men and women to enhance the knowledge and skills that will assist them in personal development to address the physical and social needs of their communities and to promote better relations between all people worldwide through a framework of friendship and service. The motto of the club is “To make a difference in the lives of others”.
MAJOR HIGHLIGHTS OF ROTARACT CLUB JOY OF GIVING
Every year a club organizes a rice donation project named “Joy of giving” students were asked to donate a handful of rice for the project.
THE RELEASE OF SPECIAL POSTAL ENVELOPE
The department of post-government of India released a special cover to co memorable the Silver Jubilee celebrations of Anna Adarsh College for Women. It is a privilege that only very few educational institutions are given. It is the proud moment for the club to bring out a special postal envelope which is Honour from the department of post Government of India. The Department of post-government of India released a special first-day cover to commemorate the exemplary services rendered by the college.
Soft Skill Club
“All of us do not have equal talent but all of us should have an equal opportunity to develop our talent”– John F. Kennedy
The soft skill club was inaugurated on 14-07-2006 at Anna Adarsh College for Women. Soft skills are personal attributes that enhance an individual’s interactions, job performance and career prospects at work place. Unlike hard skills, which are about a person’s skill set and ability to perform a certain type of task or activity, soft skills relate to a person’s ability to interact effectively with co-workers and customers and are broadly applicable both in and outside the work place, social places etc.
The objective of the club is to identify and analyze one’s etiquette and equip them with the required aptitude. Tests will be conducted in Maths, Reasoning, Verbal to prepare students for job fairs and company interviews. The club also provides an avenue for budding poets and writers.
The Soft Skill Club aims at bringing qualitative change in the student’s mindset for better employability through, inculcating trust, Negotiating skills, Competency to tackle difficulties, leadership activities with significance to time, authority, and rules
The club believes in “Join together, Progress with unity, Work towards success.”
YOUTH RED CROSS
“Youth Red Cross” is the most important constituent of its mother organization, Indian Red Cross. It is a group movement organized at the initial stages for students between 18 and 25 years of age within the colleges. This club aims to inculcate awareness on care of their own health and that of others. To understand and accept civic responsibilities and acting accordingly with humanitarian concern to fulfil the same. To enable the growth and development of, spirit of service and sense of duty with dedication and devotion in the minds of youth.
The YRC club trains the students to help the communities in disaster, provides training on first aid etc.. and promotes Junior and Youth Red Cross Each and every student is a member of YRC