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Year : 2011  |  Volume : 1  |  Issue : 3  |  Page : 2-3

Organizing committee

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. Organizing committee. Int J Nutr Pharmacol Neurol Dis 2011;1, Suppl S1:2-3

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National Seminar on Future Prospective of Natural Products and Food as Medicine

1 st and 2 nd April 2011

Patron: Prof. R. Ambikapathy
Rajah Serfoji Govt.College, Thanjavur.

President: Dr. S.S. Rajendran
Associate Professor and Head
Department of Zoology
Rajah Serfoji Govt.College, Thanjavur.

Convener: Dr. G. Sridharan
Associate Professor, Department of Zoology

Organizing Secretary: Dr. P. Krishnamoorthy
Assistant Professor of Zoology

Core Committee-Members: Dr. K.M. Subburathinam
Dr. P. Mariappan
Dr. K. Ramesh Kumar
Dr. M. Sukumaran
Dr. S. Babu
Dr. S. Sivasurian
Dr. M. Thangadurai
Dr. P. Murugaiyan
Mr. Ramanathan
Assistant Professors of Zoology
Rajah Serfoji Govt. College, Thanjavur

Committee-Members: Ms. Rajeshwari, UGC-PF
Mr. M.C. Vachanth
Mr. T. Prabu
Mr. N. Karthi
Ms. J. Roopavathy
Mr. A. Elavarasan
Mr. S.R. Manikandan
Mr. D. Kalaiselvan
Research Scholars of Zoology

   About Rajah Serfoji Government College Top

Rajah Serfoji Government College was established on 23-06-1955, fulfilling a decision taken by the Thanjavur District College Committee. The college is housed in an area of 44 acres of land. The college had a humble beginning in the Sangeetha Mahal of the Palace Complex with 120 students. It was shifted to the new premises on 04-11-1956, when the then Chief Minister, Sri K. Kamaraj, inaugurated it on 01-04-1965. The Government of Tamil Nadu took over the administration from the College Committee and renamed the college as Rajah Serfoji Government College, Thanjavur, after Rajah Serfoji, a known scholar and visionary. Over the years, many courses at the undergraduate, postgraduate and research levels were started.

The College is located in a semi-urban area and is affiliated to the Bharathidasan University, Thiruchirapally. The college has got recognition under 2(f) and 12(B) of UGC on 23-06-1955. The National Assessment and Accreditation Council accredited the college with a Three Star Status in April 2000 and conferred it with an autonomous status in September 2004 by the UGC. The college was started with 120 students; now, it has more than 2500 students in various programmes. There are 11 programmes with a single major option at the UG level, eight at the PG level and four PhD programmes.

   About the Department Top

The Department of Zoology is one of the most well-established and distinguished departments in the Rajah Serfoji Govt. College. This department has UG, PG, MPhil and PhD programmes. The UG course was started in the year 1960, the PG course in 2003 and the research courses were established in 2008. The department has many achievements to its credits by dedicated service of the staff members and their contributions to the department as well as to the college. Students of this department are well placed in many different countries. This department adds one more feather on its crown: the Minor and Major Research Projects, Organizing Seminar and Symposium, with the funding support of UGC, DST, CSIR, ICMR and TNSGSCT.


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