Name of the Faculty Coordinator Mr.Sethuramalingam.P
Designation Assistant Professor
Department MECH


  • Development of life ethics among students through the art of Tamil literature.
  • Organizing various intra-college and inter-collegiate activities to enhance the students artistic ability.
  • Bringing the uniqueness of Tamil literature and its majestic meaningfulness to the modern world today.

Events Organized:


The Independence Day Celebration 2021

The “Vaarithi” Tamil club of Rajalakshmi Institute of Technology was launched on the 75th Independence Day. The event began with worshipping by the Tamil Thai vazhthu "Nirarunkadalutta" sang by Ms.Adithi from Computer Science and Engineering department. Ms. Shifi of the same department hosted the entire event.

Vinayagar Chathurthi Celebration 2021

The Tamil Club “Vaarithi” along with the Cultural club of Rajalakshmi Institute of Technology celebrated Ganesh Chaturthi on September 10th 2021. Ms. Shifi from Computer Science and Engineering department hosted the entire event.

Gandhi Jayanthi Celebration 2021

We celebrate Gandhi Jayanthi every year to maintain and respect the old dignity. It also encourages us to follow in the footsteps of the great leader Gandhi. To celebrate his birthday we have conducted many events and competitions in the inter-college level through our reputed clubs on 1st October 2021.

The Tamil Debate

Vaarithi Muthamizh Mandram conducted Debate in Tamil on the topic Is modern agriculture playing an important role in reclaiming nature...? Traditional agriculture...?

Samathuva Pongal Celebration 2022

Our ancestors worshiped nature as a deity and they first worshiped the Sun. We worship the sun and celebrate Pongal on the first day of the month of Tai (தைமாதம் முதல் நாள்), as it quenches the hunger of all living beings and causes plowing. We worship the cows that support the plow and the farmers and celebrate the day as Mattu Pongal. In order to celebrate this day, our college's Vaarithi Tamil Club, Language Club and Photography Club will hold various competitions online. As the students participate in this special celebration, we will pay homage to nature, the farmers and the cows that are the source of our livelihood.

“Matribhasha Diwas” International Mother Language Day Celebration 2022

The theme of the 2022 International Mother Language Day is “Using technology for multilingual learning: Challenges and opportunities”. In contribution to the achievement of Sustainable Development Goal 4, the 2022 IMLD webinar will discuss the potential role of technology to advance multilingual education and support the development of quality teaching and learning for all, by bringing together a range of key stakeholders who are drivers of change to foster learning environments that support multilingual teaching and learning.

The World Poetry Day Celebration 2022

World Poetry Day is celebrated on 21 March, and was declared by UNESCO (the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) in 1999, "with the aim of supporting linguistic diversity through poetic expression and increasing the opportunity for endangered languages to be heard". Its purpose is to promote the reading, writing, publishing and teaching of poetry throughout the world.

The World Happiness Fest 2022

Hakuna Matata

The World Happiness Fest is thrilled to present the annual 6 day Happiness Celebration taking place from March 17th – 22nd. This series of events is the most diverse and polycentric global happiness forum, reaching over 10M people in 2021 in over 76 countries. The World Happiness Week unites the leading happiness and well-being experts from the fields of education, business, science, art, technology, music, and policy.

Tamil New Year / Vishu 2022

Cittirai Neṭunalvāṭai சித்திரை நெடுநல்வாடை

Tamil New Year is usually observed on April 14 and is considered the beginning of the new Tamil calendar. The day is celebrated by Tamils in India and Sri Lanka, as well as the general Tamil diaspora all over the world. As with many important dates within South Asian cultures, this day is also shared with other festivals such as Vishu in Kerala and Vaisakhi in North India.

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