Thiru AGovindasamy Govt Arts College, Tirunelveli was established in the memory of Late. A. Govindsamay the minister of agriculture then. The college was inaugurated by Mr. P. U. Shanmugam, the Minister of Food Industry then. The college started functioning in a temporary building but after 1972, it has been functioning in a permanent structural building built in a vast structure of land measuring 31 Acres. The college is totally governed by the rules framed by the Department of Higher Education, Government of Tamil Nadu.
Facts and figures
Thiruvalluvar University, Vellore
23,503 books, total no of computer books- 4
How to reach
There are regular trains and buses to Tiruneveli from other major cities of the country.
Why to join Thiru AGovindasamy Govt Arts College?
1. Regular activities: Thiru AGovindasamy Govt Arts College regularly keeps itself on toes with various research projects, workshops and seminars taking place at regular intervals. There are 3 NSS units with the principle of education through social services.
2. Considerable number of books in the library: The library is accessible to all the students and faculty members of the college. Beside of the general library, each department has a library of its own. The total number of books in the library is 23,503. Moreover, the college library is somehow partially computerized.
3. One of the oldest colleges of the Vellore: Thiru AGovindasamy Govt Arts College is one of the oldest colleges of Vellore and stands for its glory. The college has introduced many papers since it started, like M. Sc. in Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics, History, etc. Moreover, computer literacy program has also been introduced to impart computer knowledge for non- science students.