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Welcome to Sri Sarada College

Sri Sarada College for Women, Salem was started in the year 1961 as an affiliated college of the University of Madras by Mrs. Seethalakshmi Ramaswamy under the benign grace and presidentship of Srimath Swami Chidbhavananda of Sri Ramakrishna Tapovanam, Tirupparaithurai. Since 1-1-1998, Sri Sarada College is affiliated to the Periyar University, Salem, Tamilnadu, India. It is a Government aided college and recognized for receiving grants from University Grants Commission (UGC) under sections 2f / 12 B. It receives not only annual grants for the functioning of autonomy but also special plan grants.

The progressive voice of the college trains the mind and abilities of the students along with accumulating knowledge that enhances life. By catering to the students' myriad-channeled interest, this educational institution warps out women of strong determination steeped in national culture and spirituality. All our activities have been moulded into one groove to produce positive virtues and energies directed towards socially beneficial purposes.


To empower women through quality education based on the ideals of our national heritage and culture.


  • To promote skills, values and knowledge in the learning community through integral education of Hand, Heart and Head.
  • To offer career-oriented education merging established and emerging technologies.
  • To achieve the capacities for enquiry, creativity, technology, entrepreneurial and moral leadership in the process of higher education.
  • To motivate the faculty and the learners to take quality initiatives in academic, research and extension activities and help them serve as desirable human resource in the development of the nation.
  • To respond to the global demands for new kinds of programmes providing creative and innovative educational experiences.

Core Values

  • Our Institution values are built on the vision that education cultivates the faculty of memory and awakens everyone to the sense of national righteousness.
  • Our Institution strives for excellence in all our academic endeavours –teaching, learning, research, extension activities and outreach programmes.
  • Our Institution is committed to create universal appeal to humanity through the two great Indian epics-Ramayana and Mahabharata which are ample with man-making and character moulding messages.
  • Our Institution concentrates more on inculcating virtues like self-control and self-direction to attain all the other virtues.
  • Our Institution aims to prove that the inhering life- light is drawn out through prayer.
  • Our Institution makes an effort to develop a relationship between the head and the heart equally.


The Motto of the institution is the harmonious development of Hand, Heart and Head with the focus on the development of character, culture and curriculum.

The educational ideals of this institution are symbolized in the college emblem. The veena stands for the development of the hand for the enrichment of life. The waxing moon suggests the steady expansion of the heart in love of God and of His creation. The blazing sun is expressive of knowledge that reveals things in their true light. The harmonious development of the Hand, the Heart and the Head is what is wanted for a fully educated young generation of women, each of whom will be a Kamadhenu, the milch cow of plenty and plenitude.

Goals and Objectives

Quality enhancement is the sole objective of our institution by concentrating more on updating curriculum, improving infrastructure facilities and motivating the faculty and the students to participate in academic development programmes and community-oriented activities.


National Epics Discourses by Our Faculty Members

Academic Calendar




Faculty Development Programme on Quality Enhancement Strategies for Higher Education Institutions from 05.01.2022 to 12.01.2022 Organised IQAC
PG students' webinar on 'Carbon Nanotubes - An Overview' organised by the Department of Physics on 27.11.2021
YRC of the College organises a Webinar on 'A right delayed is a right denied' on 14.11.2021
Online Quiz on 'Innovation and Entrepreneurship' is conducted by the IIC of the College on the eve of Children's day on 14.11.2021
UG students' webinar on 'The Physics of Sports' organised by the Department of physics on 12.11.2021
PG students' webinar on 'Perspectives of Chemical Science on COVID-19 organised by the Department of Chemistry on 12.11.2021
UG students' webinar on 'Exploring Chemdraw and Chemsketch' organised by the Department of Chemistry on 09.11.2021
Research Cell of the college organised an Intercollegiate webinar on the topic 'Funding Agencies for Research in India and Abroad' on 02.11.2021
Alumnae association conducted a webinar on 'Journey to Success' on 28.10.2021
PG and Research Department of Commerce and IQAC of the college organised an Intercollegiate webinar on 'NET/SET coaching - A Gateway to Qualify' on 28.10.21
IQAC of our College Organises English Workshop for the UG and PG Students from 11.10.2021 to 25.10.2021 on the following Topics
UG - The Basics of Communication
PG - Public Communication
International Webinar on 'Current Trends in Food Safety' organized by Department of Home Science on 08.10.2021


Model Examination from o5.01.2022 to 12.01.2022

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