| Address and Activities of Chennai Vidyapith Centre || |
Ramakrishna Mission Vidyapith, Chennai Vidyapith
Ramakrishna Mission Vidyapith
4 Musiri Subramaniam Salai,
Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600004
Phone : 044-2499 3057 & 2499 2815
Email : [email protected], [email protected],[email protected]
This centre, started in 1946, runs the following institutions:
Activities of the Mission centre :
Vivekananda College, an arts, science and commerce college for men, with 1657 students. It offers five undergraduate courses in Humanities and Languages, five in Physical and Natural Sciences and one in Commerce. Postgraduate courses are offered in three disciplines in Humanities and four in Science disciplines. Besides, research scholars work for MPhil and PhD degrees in its Botany, Chemistry, Economics, Mathematics, Philosophy, Physics and Sanskrit departments. The NCC and NSS units had a large number of students on their rolls. The college library had 94,641 books and 77 periodicals. Scholarships and concessions given to the students amounted to Rs. 33,81,589.
An evening college which offers eight undergraduate and two
postgraduate courses (with 2074 students) has a library with
9554 books and 14 periodicals.
A hostel with 120 students.
An Institute for Vivekananda Studies. It has a small library of its own.
Additional Photos of the Activities of the Centre:
Two research institutes: (i) Vivekananda Institute of Tropical
Mycology (VINSTROM), recognized by the Dept. of Bio-technology,
Govt. of India, is engaged mainly in studying the biodiversity
and technological potential of microfungi in forests and other
environments; (ii) Vivekananda Institute of Algal Technology
(VIAT) is specializing in algae-based research and consultancy
activities relating to industrial effluents treatment, algal
biomass utilization, etc.
College of Physical Education
Computer Training Centre
Youth Welfare Programmes
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This information on Centre's activities is collected from
The General Report of Ramakrishna Math and
Ramakrishna Mission, April 2017.