Subramanya Institutions is proud to have developed an active Alumni Network. We'd be delighted to have you on board. This forum aims to make it easier for Recreation alumni to communicate with one another and to reconnect with their old mates. The alumni association works hard to foster interactions and comradeship among alumni, staff, and management.
Dear Alumnus from Subramanya Arts and Science College,
As you all are aware, Subramanya Institutions is ONE of the top institutes of academic excellence in Tamil Nadu. Subramanya Arts and Science College graduates are of the highest caliber, with many achieving eminence in industry, business, government, academia, and research institutions, as well as launching successful entrepreneurial projects.
We invite all Subramanya College Of Arts And Science graduates to use our website to stay in touch and collaborate.
Maintaining good relationships with alumni over time is critical to our institutions' main contributions. Alumni play a variety of important roles, including assisting in the development and growth of an institution's brand through word-of-mouth marketing. Positive social media posts, for example, can generate buzz and increase application rates. We also depend on alumni to mentor students and provide internships and job opportunities.
Creating meaningful relationships
The Association connects alumni by hosting events and activities that support students or give back to the educational institution, as well as expand alumni's social and professional networks. In other words, our college must regard students as lifetime obligations that do not end with graduation. Alumni are valuable resources that, over time, can form positive and mutually beneficial relationships.
The Goal of Subramanya Institutional Alumni
Our mission is to reach out to as many former students as possible and invite them to join us in making a positive difference in society. To encourage successful networking among our former students from around the world, and to work together to spread the message of self-sufficiency.