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Sri Meenakshi Government Arts College for Women was established by the government of Tamilnadu in the temple city of Madurai in the year 1965, to fulfill the need for the upliftment of women in and around Madurai. Set in a sprawling campus of 16 acres, the college began its journey with 320 students and 13 teaching and 13 non-teaching staff members. Today, the college stands upgraded to Grade-I status and is well-placed among the 14 Grade-I colleges in the state of Tamil Nadu. Autonomy status was conferred upon it on 6th October 1998 and the institution continues to grow from strength to strength, reaching out far and wide to young women thirsting for empowerment through education. The college has since grown in stature, having on its roll, 4913 students, 150 teachings and 43 non-teaching staff, at present. There are 15 undergraduate and 15 postgraduate courses offered now. Our College is one among the six government colleges where the Satellite Interactive Remote Terminal has been Installed.

Transforming Lives Through Education

Our Vision

To strive for the empowerment of women through higher education” Focusing on women empowerment as the prime concern, the college strives for holistic education, which includes in its purview, the multifold development of the students and their sensitization towards the complex socio-cultural matrix of the nation, thereby creating responsible citizens who can be leaders and participants in nation-building.

Goals and Objectives

“To strive, to seek and not to yield” — Strive hard, seek knowledge and do not yield to temptation—the goal of the college is to cater to the higher education needs of the lower middle class and economically backward sections of women in and around Madurai.

“Service for the cause of Women Empowerment” is the objective of the college.

Our Mission

To impart knowledge through a learner-centric approach
To provide holistic development by honing life skills in students.
To enhance competency through a learning process that would be sustained life-long.
To uplift the first-generation learners by helping them overcome social and economical challenges.
To ensure the employability of the stakeholders in keeping with the current technological and academic demands.
To instill an inclusive consciousness towards nation-building.