Empowering Young women through Higher Education

Adhering to the vision of the college young women especially the poorest are given priority in the admission. The curricular, co-curricular and extracurricular activities are educative endeavours to produce intellectually enlightened, spiritually inspired, emotionally balanced, morally upright, socially committed young women who will be agents of social transformation in today’s India.

  • The college offers welfare schemes, remedial coaching, bridge course and personal academic mentoring to cater to the needs of economically weak, socially backward and needy students.
  • The college offers a wide range of coaching classes for TNPSC, banking and other competitive examinations, Leadership Training, Soft skill training, Entrepreneurial skill development to ensure employability.
  • NET coaching classes are also offered.
  • The young women are also given opportunity to be part of youth exchange programmes to Malaysia and Srilanka.
  • In fulfillment of the desire of the Honorable Prime Minister it was decided to conduct District Youth Parliament (DYP). Auxilium College (Autonomous) was chosen as the nodal institution for walk-in Process of Vellore District Youth Parliament in January 2019.  Auxilium College takes pride in being chosen as the nodal institution in recognition of the service to the neighborhood rendered through the NSS units.
    https://nss.gov.in/sites/default/files/Annexure%201%20%20Walk-in.pdf
  • Jingles on Electoral Awareness was an initiative by the NSS unit of Auxilium College, Vellore aiming at social consciousness. The video created by the students had received state level recognition.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=37YWeTWC8J4

VIDES (Auxilium College Unit)

  • Works in collaboration with the volunteer association established by the FMA Institute in 1987 and now recognised as a non-profit making international association (AISBL) in 1991.
  • It is collaborates with this NGO (non-governmental organisation) recognised by the United Nations (2003) with a consultative statute for matters regarding human rights, women, children and young people
  • Student volunteers offer a free and supportive service in the own locality (social volunteering) for a period of time as required by the service.
  • Students are involved in development projects in co-operation with the FMA (Salesian Sisters) missions
  • The students are involved in adoptions at a distance, formative courses and gatherings and promoting human rights in conjunction with the United Nations’ programmes.