STUDENTS’ AND FRIENDS’ ASSOCIATION
a meeting of the Old Students and Staff of the College
held on the 28th of February 1969 a formal Constitution
was adopted for the association. The membership is
open to the Old Students, Staff and friends of the
College. The fee for life membership and donor membership
are Rs. 500.00 and Rs. 1000.00 respectively. We are
glad that already several Old Students have accepted
these memberships. The annual membership fee is Rs.
10.00 but student who will be paying Rs. 40.00 at the
completion of a course in the College would be considered
members for six years. It is encouraging that quite
a large number of students have already enlisted themselves
as members of the Association in this way and it is
hoped that all the students completing any course of
study in this College will become members of the Old
Student’s Association before they leave the College.
The College expects that the Old Student’s Association
will become a strong and effective link between the
college and its many friends and Old Students.
of the Union Christian College Alumni Association have
been formed at New Delhi, Madras, Bangalore, Ernakulam,
Thiruvalla, Mavelikkara, Trivandrum , Kottayam and North
Parur in India. Alumni Chapters of overseas countries
include Kuwait, Baharain, Qatar(Doha), Oman(Muscat),
UAE(Dubai,Abudhabi & Sharjah) in the Gulf area and
NewYork/New Jersey, Washington, Chicago, Texas in USA.
The response of alumni at these centres is very encouraging.
Second Saturday of November every year is celebrated
as the Old Students’ and Friends’ Reunion Day.
Jill Wason, Young adult volunteer of the Presbyterian
Church USA joined U. C. College in September 2003. She
has been assisting in the development of the college
by trying to develop a database of the alumni in US
and Canada. A registration form has been up linked on
the website provided by Mr. Jacob Mathew.
(Parent Teachers Association)
teachers Association of U. C. College was constituted
in the year 1990 according to the common Bye-laws put
forwarded by Govt. of Kerala. It is established on
the principle that its functions are consultative and
promote good relationship among the members of the teaching
staff, students and guardians of the students. To institute
scholarship prizes, medals etc; to students showing
high proficiency in their studies to provide and ensure
amenities to the students o f the college.
Principal, and all the teaching Staff and the parents/Guardians
of al the students on rolls of the college during an
academic year shall be the members o f the association
and this constitute the general body. The General Body
meets once in a year.
administration of the association vested in an executive
committee elected every year by the General Body. The
Executive Committee consists of the president (Principal)
vice-president (from parents), Secretary (from Teaching
Staff) and members elected from both teaching and parent
constituency. At an average the executive meeting were
are encouraged to meet the staff members in order to
facilitate co-operation and collaboration in our educational
work. The Parent-Teacher Association shall ordinarily
meet annually to transact business and to elect office
bearers and committees. In addition to the annual meeting,
separate parent-teacher meetings are held for various
classes. The membership fee is collected during the
time of admission.
Parent Teacher Association (PTA) of the college plays
a major role in the progress and development of the
institution. Conducting orientation programmes for the
new-comers, conducting internal examinations and terminal
examinations, holding open house programmes, campus
beautification, modernization of toilets, installing
water purifiers, assisting the departments for holding
seminars, supporting the college union activities etc.
are some of the activities of the PTA. Another major
project of the PTA in the current academic year is the
establishment of a career guidance centre, offering
full time service to the students.