Government Arts and Science College, Sathyamangalam, affiliated to Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, was established in the year 2016. It is situated in the outskirts of Sathyamangalam , spread over an area of 8 acres.
The College is recognised with 2F and 12B of the UGC Act 1956.v The college was started with 3 UG degree programmes in Commerce, Economics and English with a total strength of 180 students. Currently, it functions with a total of 10 UG degree programmes with Mathematics, Computer Science, Computer Application, Business Administration, Visual Communication, Physics and Chemistry as additional courses and around 1000 students as its strength.
The campus, situated in the midst of lush greenery, hosts two storey building, with 10 well-ventilated classrooms, 6 state-of-the-art computer and science labs, a well-equipped library with INFLIBNET facility, a conference hall and a cafeteria. The campus is Wi-Fi enabled, the water is purified with RO technology and has separate parking facilities for the staff members and the students.
The college is well-equipped with good quality infrastructure for academics as well as extra- curricular and co-curricular activities like NSS, YRC, RRC and Yoga for multidimensional approach.
Physical education, being the part of curriculum, the practice is also carried out in our college campus. Sports like Athletics, Skipping, Short Put, Disc Throw, Kabaadi, Foot Ball, Kho-Kho, Tennikoit, Shuttlecock, Throw Ball, Volley Ball, Carom, Chess and Cricket are practiced. Students also participate in Intercollegiate sports tournament. Sports activities refreshes our students and helps them in academics as well.
The college library is an asset for both budding scholars and students. Home to the vast collection of books (around 5000), covering almost all aspects of Arts, Commerce, Humanities and Science. The library augments learning beyond standard curriculum text books.
The laboratories help students complement their sound theoretical knowledge with hands on application. The acoustically treated conference hall has a seating capacity of around 500 audience. This space is used for formal functions and audio-visual presentations. Every student of the college is provided with an Identity Card and should be produced as when asked for.
The students are also specially trained for the TNPSC examinations and also CLP classes are undertaken. The college imparts education to the socially backward classes including rural poor and works for their social and economic advancement in their possible way.
The college functions with 59 teaching, 2 CLP, 1 Assistant Librarian and 17 non-teaching members of faculty.