Co-Operative Arts and Science College, Madayi was formally inaugurated by the former Minister for Education, Sri. T. M. Jacob at the ceremonial function presided over by the former minister for Forest, Sri. K.P.Nooruddin on 21st December 1982. The College was upgraded during 1991- 92 with the B.A Degree course in History. Consequent on the sanction of P. G. Course in History during 1995 -96, college became a post graduate college. In 1996 the college was affiliated to the newly established Kannur University. Another landmark in the history of the college was the starting of B. Com in 1998 and B. A. Malayalam in 1999. In 2001 B. Sc in Mathematics was started. This institution is a boon to the educational backward communities like harijans, fisher men and other sects of North Malabar.
Department of Hindi
Department of Arabic
Department of English
Department of History
Department of Commerce
Department of Sociology
Department of Malyalam
Department of Economics
Department of Mathematics
Previtised FM Stations - Impact on Malayalam Media
Western Discourse on Science and Indigenous Medicine: A Case Study of Nineteenth Century Kerala
Importance of Environmental Protection in the Light of Religious Scriptures
Devakkooth: A Study
A Decade of Kudumbasree Experiment in Kerala
Extra Curricular Activities
All the 17 classrooms are well furnished.
The computer lab is well equipped with latest tool and technology.
The college has a well stock library.
Dr.Balachandran Keezhoth has won ‘Kerala Folklore Academy Award’ for the best research work of 2006
Dr. N. Mahamood awarded with ‘Best N. S. S. Unit Award 2006-07’ by Kannur University
Dr. G. Premkumar awarded with ‘Red Ribbon Club Best Performance Award’ by Kerala State Aids Control Society