The Parent Teacher Association (PTA) is an important body which takes initiative to do the best for the development of the college. Membership of the PTA is compulsory to all the parents of the students of the college. The PTA executive regularly meets for the planning and implementation of all matters pertaining to the physical, mental and moral welfare of the students.

Following are the main activities of the PTA during the last five years:-


The Career Guidance and Counseling Cell was restructured in 2010 as per the new guidelines from UGC XI plan. It conducts workshops for teachers on student counseling with a view to maintain a better student teacher relationship. Every year two students’ representatives from each class are provided adequate training to identify and report student problems. A trained counselor has been appointed to provide counseling service on every Wednesdays.

The Career Guidance Wing designs several programmes to make the students well prepared with the skills in demand for the global employment market. It Give guidance to students for higher studies and employment. The cell also conducts the programmes to develop such skills of the students as personal effectiveness, effective communications, inter personal relationship, language skills etc. The students attend many Campus Recruitment and find placement in many multinational companies.

SN Description Posted
1 Vacancy for clerical post (Posted on 05-08-2014)
2 Vacancy for the post of Music Teacher (Posted on 09-07-2014)
3 Vacancy for teacher in Hindi for standard 1 to 5 (Posted on 04-06-2014)



The College was granted financial assistance from UGC to run remedial coaching programme for students belonging to minority groups. The classes were held before and after the regular class hours and on Saturdays. Timely feed backs were collected to ensure the quality of coaching. In addition to the prescribed syllabus, classes were held to improve the proficiency of language skills and basic skills in subjects like Mathematics and Computer Science. The college makes optimum use of its faculty members for engaging the classes. Study materials are provided to the students in difficult areas and periodic tests are held to improve their academic performance.


The College runs a centre for coaching students and youth for various service examinations and tests under “Coaching for Entry into Service’ scheme with the assistance from UGC. The basic objective of this coaching scheme is to prepare students belonging to SC/ST and educationally backward Minorities for competitive examinations which in turn will help them in getting gainful employment in All India Services and State/Provincial services


The Student Support Cell has been constituted with an aim to support the students facing socio-economic disadvantages. The cell provides various scholarships from the Government, UGC, NGO and various welfare boards. A scholarship and fee concession monitoring cell is functioning and one of the staff has been appointed as a Nodal Officer for guiding the students in preparing applications for various scholarships. The student welfare fund instituted by the PTA also provides financial support to the needy students. The institution financially supports the students facing socio-economic handicaps by finding out various funding and sponsoring agencies other than those provided by the social welfare departments of the state or central governments. The management committee bears the educational expenses of all the orphan students. Outstanding sportsmen from the economically weaker sections are fully exempted from paying all the fees and they are provided all the expenses to participate in various sports meets at District, University and State Level. Outstanding artists from economically backward class are provided the financial assistance to cover the expenses related to the training in respective events and to participate in various art fests.


A unit of 9 Kerala Girls Battalion was sanctioned to W.M.O Arts and Science College in the academic year 2009-2010.The allotted strength of the unit is 54.Ms. Shyla K H, Assistant Professor of Arabic is in charge of NCC followed by Ms Sunitha A P, Assistant Professor of Physics who has recently been relieved to join in Govt. Victoria College, Palakkad Ten cadets participated in the ten-day annual training camp from 24th April 2009 to 2nd September 2009 at Mavoor, Calicut.17 cadets participated in ten-day annual training camp from 23rd September 2009 to 2nd October 2009 at Mavoor, Calicut.

Two cadets Ms. Vrinda S Nair and Ms. Nikitha were selected to the National Integration Camp at Kohima, Nagaland.They performed well and got prizes and certificates for the extra curricular activities during the camp period.Two cadets Ms Arshida and Ms Smitha got selection for Hospital Attachment Camp held at Kochi. As part of social out reach activity, the cadets visited Muttil Tribal colony on 5th October 2009 and conducted classes for children.The cadets conducted a seminar on ‘Iodine Deficiency Disorder in India’. Sri Jose, Junior Health Inspector, Vazhavatta, Wayanad handled a class on the topic on 25th November 2009.Our cadets visited houses situated within 5km circumference from the college and gave awareness about iodine deficiency disorders to the commoners. Another seminar was conducted on 3rd December 2009 on the importance of traffic rules and regulations. Police Officers Sri Jose, Sri Shahajahan, Smt. Prameela were the resource persons.

A training session was held on 21st January 2010 in the presence of Sri Shreyams Kumar M. L A to train the cadets in firing, Map Reading, Gun Management etc.



Two NSS units are functioning in the college with 200 active volunteers under the leadership of two program officers. The NSS units in the college have designed several programmes for fostering the all round personality development of the students. The NSS activities are aimed at imparting a sense of involvement among students in the task of nation building. Enrichment and preservation of the environment, health education, adult literacy, national integration and social harmony are some of the areas focused by NSS. The Seven Day special camps are conducted every year at various places with the support of the local people. Society linkage and community participation are ensured during these camps.