M.O.P. Vaishnav College for Women, Chennai
M.O.P. Vaishnav College for Women, Chennai
Admission: +91-044-28330262, 28330507
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Course B.A., B.Com., M.Com., M.A.,
Establishment 1992
Management Yes
Afilated to University of Madras

Sri Vallabhacharya Vidya Sabha, the prominent managing body of D.G Vaishnav College, in its silver jubilee year, collaborated with Dewan Bahadur M. O. Parthasarathy Iyengar Charities for the establishment of this women’s college in 1992, a dream realisation and the result of the determination and sustained efforts of the two trusts. Both these organisations have eminent industrialists, administrators and people committed to the cause of women’s education. The M.O.P Charities donated prime land worth Rs.100 crores in the heart of Chennai to the college. The infrastructure and administrative expertise is being provided by Sri Vallabhacharya Vidya Sabha.

Since its inception in 1992, M.O.P. Vaishnav College for Women has been committed to its goals of attracting and supporting top caliber women students in the areas of higher education. The college has since then recorded a phenomenal and continual growth. Started with just three courses – B.Com., B.B.A., B.Sc. (Maths) the college offers today 13 UG, 6 PG courses and a research programme in the Department of Commerce. The college, affiliated to the University of Madras, has strength of 3,030 students thus recording a qualitative and quantitative growth as well. The college offered itself for accreditation in its decennial year and has been reaccredited in 2009 by the NAAC (The National Assessment & Accreditation Council) with an ‘A’ grade and a 3.51 CGPA on a 4 point scale.

M.O.P. Vaishnav College for Women also has the distinction of being one of the youngest colleges in the country to have been granted autonomy by the University Grants Commission and the University of Madras.

COURSES OFFERED

Research

Ph.D. (Commerce) Full time & Part time

Post-Graduate

    • M.A. Communication
    • M.A. Media Management
    • M.A. Broadcast Communication
    • M.Sc. Information Technology
    • M.Sc. Food Technology & Management
    • Masters in Business Administration

Under-Graduate

    • B.Sc. Visual Communication
    • B.Sc. Electronic Media
    • B.A. Journalism
    • B.Sc. Computer Science
    • B.C.A.(Shift II)
    • B.Sc. Mathematics with Computer Specialization
    • B.Sc. Food Science and Management
    • B.B.A
    • B.Com. Information Systems Management
    • B.Com. (Accounting and Finance) (Shift I & II)
    • B.Com. (HONS)
    • B.Com. (Marketing Management) (Shift II)
    • B.Com. (Corporate Secretaryship) (Shift II)
    • B.A Sociology

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

UNDER GRADUATE PROGRAMS

SPECIFIC COURSE WISE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENT

B.B.A

Any Stream with Mathematics or Business Mathematics as a subject at +2level

B.COM (ISM)

Any Stream in +2

B.COM (ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE) –Shift I and Shift II

Commerce Stream with Commerce/Business Studies, Accountancy &Mathematics / Business Mathematics as subjects.

B.COM (HONS.)

Commerce Stream with Commerce/Business Studies, Accountancy &Mathematics / Business Mathematics as subjects.

Selection through Entrance Test.

B.COM. (CORPORATE SECRETARYSHIP) & (MARKETING MANAGEMENT)

Commerce Stream with Commerce/Business Studies and Accountancy assubjects.

B.A. Sociology

Any Stream in +2

B.Sc. FOOD SCIENCE AND MANAGEMENT

Any Stream in +2

B.C.A & B.Sc. Computer Science

Any Stream with Mathematics or Business Mathematics as a subject at +2level

B.Sc. Mathematics

Any Stream with General Mathematics as a subject.

B.Sc.Visual Communication

Any Stream in +2

Candidate must possess visualizing, Drawing and other media relatedskills

An elaborate Entrance Test will be conducted. The candidate’s drawingand visualizing skills will also be tested.

Based on the performance in the Entrance Test, candidates will be shortlisted for a Group Discussion followed by a personal interview.

Final selections will be made on the basis of overall performance, pastrecords, achievements and creative portfolio of the students.

B.Sc. Electronic Media

Any Stream in +2

Candidate must possess knowledge of media, current affairs and globalsocial issues

An Extrovert with the ability to communicate freely.

Final selections will be made on the basis of overall performance, pastrecords, achievements and creative portfolio of the students.

B.A. Journalism

Any Stream in +2

Candidate must have sound English language skills and knowledge ofcurrent affairs

POST GRADUATE PROGRAMS

M.B.A

Any Bachelors Degree of the University of Madras or of any otherUniversity or a qualification recognized as equivalent thereto.

40% in the main branch of Under graduate Study /Should have appeared forMAT

M.Sc. Food Technology and Management

A Bachelors degree in B.Sc. Nutrition and Dietetics /B.Sc. ClinicalNutrition and Dietetics/ B.Sc. Nutrition, Food Service Management andDietetics/ B.Sc. Biochemistry / B.Sc. Home Science/ B.Sc. Plant biology andPlant biotechnology / B.Sc. Microbiology/ B.Sc. Chemistry, B.Sc. Zoology or anyother related/ allied degree in Life Science, Nutrition, Food Science andChemical science of the University of Madras or any other recognizeduniversities.

M.Sc. Information technology

Any Bachelors degree with Mathematics / Statistics / BusinessMathematics / Business Statistics as main or allied subject.

M.A. Communication

Any Bachelors Degree of the University of Madras or of any otherUniversity or a qualification recognized as equivalent thereto.

An Entrance will be conduted for the students to assess their knowledgeon Media and Current Affairs.

Students will be tested for their analytical and basic skills inwriting.

Based on the results of the Entrance Test, a Group Discussion isconducted after which Candidates are shortlisted for the interview.

The Interview decides the final selection of the Candidate.

M.A. Broadcast Communication

Any Bachelors Degree of the University of Madras or of any otherUniversity or a qualification recognized as equivalent thereto.

An Entrance will be conduted for the students to assess their knowledgeon Media and Current Affairs.

Students will be tested for their analytical and basic skills inwriting.

Based on the results of the Entrance Test, a Group Discussion isconducted after which Candidates are shortlisted for the interview.

The Interview decides the final selection of the Candidate.

M.A. Media Management

Any Bachelors Degree of the University of Madras or of any other Universityor a qualification recognized as equivalent thereto.

An Entrance will be conduted for the students to assess their knowledgeon Media and Current Affairs.

Students will be tested for their analytical and basic skills inwriting.

Based on the results of the Entrance Test, a Group Discussion isconducted after which Candidates are shortlisted for the interview.

The Interview decides the final selection of the Candidate.

CLUB ACTIVITIES

A FORUM FOR LEARNING OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM

TwelveStudent-managed Clubs function actively within and outside the college, besidesservice-oriented groups and cultural associations. They serve the primarypurpose of enriching young minds, by liberating them from the monotony ofclassroom teaching and offering scope through a wide variety of other academicventures.

The mainobjectives of these clubs are to

  • Bring out the innate talents
  • Develop managerial skills such as
    • Planning
    • Organisation
    • Co-ordination
    • Performance
    • Evaluation
  • Inculcate the spirit of team work
  • Mould overall personality

CLUBS

PUBLICATION OF JOURNALS

AN OPPORTUNITY TO TRANSLATE CREATIVITY IN PRINT

An urgeto express one’s ideas, views and to share information is universal. It isfollowed by an aspiration to publish them. Journals fulfill this need. M.O.PVaishnav College for Women publishes a series of annual journals that arecompletely conceptualized and executed by the students, with effective guidancefrom the department faculty. Students take up the responsibility of writingarticles, selecting, editing, designing and publishing the journal.

Theconcept of publishing journals serves the main purpose of rendering thestudents a chance to focus their thoughts by organizing and clarifying details.It also fulfils their aspirations to publish their well thought out ideas. Itseeks to foster the research spirit in students by serving as a record of theirinvestigation and findings.

Apartfrom articles of a factual nature, imaginative and creative writings are alsoencouraged.

Thefollowing skills of students are sharpened through this exercise;

  • Conceptualizing Skills
  • Editing Skills
  • Writing Skills
  • Journalistic Skills
  • Research Skills
  • Visualizing Skills
  • Analytical Skills
  • Production Skills

  Journals:

  • ‘M Power’ – Business Administration
  • 'Annual Thematic' - Accounting and Finance
  • ‘Publicit’ – Marketing Management
  • ‘Signet’ – Corporate Secretaryship
  • ‘Journal of Food Science’ – Food Science
  • ‘Computer Almanac’ – Information Technology
  • ‘Elixir’- Mathematics
  • ‘Spotlight’ - Sociology,
  • ‘Perspectives’ – Media
  • ‘Cynosure’ - Media
  • ‘Genesis’ - MBA
  •  ‘Syndicate’ (staff journal) - M.B.A
  • ‘Vidiyal’ - Tamil Department
  • ‘Kshitij’ -  Hindi Department
  • ‘Sankhadhvani’ -  Sanskrit Department
  • ‘L Impressions’ -  French Department
  • ‘Mozaic’ -  English Department

STUDENT WORKSHOPS

WINDOW TO THE WORLD

Workshopsare regularly conducted in the college to offer an opportunity for students tolearn and interact with experts from their chosen field. These initiativesemphasize the importance of gaining additional skills from practicedprofessionals in the industry.

These aredesigned to enhance

      • Technical /hard skills
      • Personality related / soft skills

Some ofthe workshops that are organized on an ongoing basis relate to:-

      • Technical /hard skills
      • Understanding Corporate Financial statement
      • Hardware assembling
      • Content writing for Websites
      • Blog Writing
      • Ad Film Making
      • Computer Hardware and Graphics
      • Television Production
      • Editorial Practices
      • Script Writing
      • Abstract concepts in Mathematics and Computer Science
      • Drawing Skills
      • Multimedia
      • Micro-Processor and its applications
      • Project planning and Implementation
      • Personality related/soft skills
      • Anger management
      • Stress Management
      • Work Etiquette
      • Time Management
      • Communication Workshop for Freshers
      • Non-Verbal Communication
      • Self-Exploration and Self-Expression

PLACEMENTCELL

Thecollege has a very effective placement cell that not only orients the studentregarding career opportunities but also secures them good placements in reputedcompanies by coordinating between the employer and prospective employee, thatis the student.

Theplacement cell provides the students with the following  pre-placementtraining programmes:

Workshops

Domain Training

Aptitude Development

  • Resume Writing
  • Interview skills
  • Portfolio development
  • Business etiquette
  • Internship opportunities
  • Corporate culture
  • Software Testing
  • Computer languages
  • Technical writing
  • Hypertext preprocessor

 

  • Quantitative Ability
  • Numerical skills
  • Reasoning Skills

 

 

 

 

Address 20, IV Lane, Nungambakkam High Road, Chennai, Tamil Nadu- 600034
E-mail mopvcfw@eth.net
Website http://www.mop-vaishnav.ac.in/
Phone +91-044-28330262, 28330507



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