VPMM College of Education for women is the first Women’s Education College in south part of Tamilnadu, started in 2004 by the munificence of philanthropist. It is approved by the N.C.T.E, affiliated to Tamil Nadu Teachers Education University, Chennai since 2004. Under the guidance and patronage of Dr. THANGAVEL , member of WHO (World Health Organization), the college has developed excellent facilities and resources such as spacious classrooms, seminar halls, well-equipped laboratories, workshops, well-stocked digital libraries, dedicated high speed internet connectivity (broadband) and well-qualified faculty.
The College offers 9 programmes (Tamil, English, Mathematics, Physical Science, Biological Science, History, Commerce, Economics and Computer Science).
Higher Education has an independent as well as instrumental value, i.e the purpose of higher education must be to rationalize attitudes as well as to impart knowledge and skills. Quality education should orient national development that should aim at training the younger generation the life skills, self-reliance, personality development, community service and social integration.
V.P.M.M. Educational Institutions have inherited these principles in addition to the expertise teaching that promises to give our students a unique opportunity to develop knowledge and their skills.
“As deep you dig the sand spring flows, As deep you learn the knowledge grows.”
Dr. V.P.M. Sankar, Chairman
- To create an environment where teachers and students can feel the joy of student – centered teaching learning process.
- To empower women student in administrative, managerial , entrepreneurship and leadership qualities
- To enrol 200 students for the academic year 2019-2020
- To become no.1 in student pass percentage on or before Nov/Dec 2019 examinations within our zone
- To create a work environment where students and staff feel valued, and encouraged to do what they are good at all the time.
- To prepare women student confident, healthy professional and socially responsible citizen