Dr. G R DAMODARAN COLLEGE OF SCIENCE (Autonomous), affiliated with the BHARATHIAR UNIVERSITY, Coimbatore. It was started in 1988, and within a span of 3 decades, it had registered exceptional progress.The NAAC is a statutory body set up by the UGC for assessing and rating the Universities and Colleges in India so as to help them identify and overcome weaknesses and deficiencies and motivate them towards quality enhancement.
Dr. G R DAMODARAN COLLEGE OF SCIENCE was started in 1988, and within a span of 3 decades, it had registered exceptional progress. The vast expansion of scientific knowledge and its large-scale exploitation through technology and the growing globalization trends have had a tremendous impact on the socioeconomic development of our Country. New forms of social and economic behavior and structures have been rapidly emerging in the past few decades giving rise to newer educational challenges. It was in anticipation of this changing context that the Dr. G.R. Damodaran College of Science (Autonomous) was established with a view to cater to the needs of the youth in this part of the Country for offering a remarkable quality career-oriented education in various emerging fields.
The college is affiliated with the university of Bharathiar University and is Recognized by UGC.
The college courses are offered under graduate programs BBA.
The college has excellent library facilities to support studies and research. The Library building, which is a large structure with a single central pillar, provides large unobstructed reading and referencing spaces. The first floor houses the Rukmini Damodaran Auditorium. The GRDCS Library is well stocked, well staffed, and above all is constantly updated by additions. To meet the needs of teachers to keep abreast of the developments and for research referencing, over 142 printed periodicals are subscribed to in the different fields of study and an Online database (EBSCO) is available in the field of Management.
The Library has developed a well-balanced collection over the years in the areas of Computer Science, Management Science, Commerce and Business, Social Work, bio-sciences, Communication, and Languages along with a considerable number of general books. This well-balanced collection of books, journals, magazines, back volumes of periodicals, projects/theses, and non – conventional materials like Compact Discs (CDs) are supplemented by services like the Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC). Besides, it has the supporting facility of Reprography.
The Dividing System will be followed for the daily rate calculation.
In case of long continuous absence with due intimation, a reduction in the Mess bill will be allowed for the number of days of absence less than 3 days.
Milk will be provided at night upon request at an extra charge.
Nonvegetarian items will be provided at an extra charge calculated on a dividing basis among those opting for them.
Students are supposed to dine only inside the Mess Hall. The Mess Utensils / Food should not be taken to the Rooms, failing which they will be fined heavily.
Inmates should not issue any orders to the Mess Servants and shall not interfere in their work.
Inmates should not enter the kitchen without the prior permission of the Supervisor / Wardens.
Inmates should not cause any noise or other disturbance inside the Mess Hall.
A Mess Committee will be formed to advise on matters related to the Mess and the Menu and to assist in the purchase of the Mess provisions and consumables and the calculation of the Mess charges.
Creation of facilities and programs of advanced studies, research, and development in appropriate emerging areas of national importance and global significance. Involvement with the community around through outreach programs including nonformal and continuing education, consultancy and extension, dissemination and transfer of technology, scientific projects of social significance, and other interactions with industry, business, and other groups.
Maintenance of a progressive and futuristic outlook in development by making choices favoring emerging areas of high growth potential and expanding opportunity. Design of courses, instructional methodologies, and experiential learning to equip students with creativity and problem-solving skills, to prepare them for rewarding careers and professions, and to face challenges in a rapidly changing world.