Do not fear, for I am with you,
do not be afraid, for I am your God;
I will strengthen you, I will help you,
I will uphold you with my victorious right hand

– Isaiah 41:10

Service to the Society


Women cell synergizes the capabilities of the young liberators of the womanhood, concentrating on social issues of women by building positive attitude.


To stand for social justice and struggle for human dignity.

To create awareness among young women the need to develop and utilize their full potentials and fight against the social evils such as dowry, female infanticide, eve-teasing.

To motivate the students to change the present attitude in the society regarding women’s role, rights and contribute to the pursuit of human rights.


The women’s cell of Fatima College as one of the Part V activities of I and II D.C. students was started with the motto of “To rise, To shine and To Liberate”.


One day camp for II DC women cell students.

Meetings for awareness on women’s issues.

Participation in seminars conducted by EKTA.

Talks by staff and experts on topics related to personality development, energy conservation and women rights.

Screening of films on women and society.

Women’s Day celebration.




1.    Ms. I. Jeyasheela
Asst. Prof. of Physics
: Coordinator (Shift – I)
2.    Ms. T. Charanya Nagammal
Asst. Prof. of Information Technology
: Coordinator (Shift – II)
3.    Dr. S. A. Suja
Asst. Prof. of Tamil
: Member
4.    Ms. S. Rajalakshmi
Asst. Prof. of History
: Member
5.    Dr. M. Vijaya Shanthi
Asst. Prof. of History
: Member
6.    Ms. K. M. Malini
Asst. Prof. of Commerce with Computer Applications
: Member
7.    Dr. T. Visumathy
Asst. Prof. of English (Shift – II)
: Member
8.    Dr. N. Nagarani
Asst. Prof. of Zoology
: Member


  • Vision Statement

    WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT THROUGH EDUCATION To empower women by developing human capabilities through quality education based on Christian values, making them responsible citizens who can work for the advancement of the society and promote communal harmony in the multi-religious and multi-cultural reality of India eventually evolving into women of communion.