Dharumapuram Gnanambikai Government Arts College for Women [DGGA] In Tamil Nadu

Dharumapuram Gnanambikai Government Arts College for Women - [DGGA]

Dharmapuram Road, Mayiladuthurai, Nagapattinam, Tamil Nadu   |   ESTD : 1967   |   Approved By: NAAC   |   Type: Government
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About College

Dharumapuram Gnanambikai Government Arts College for Women was established in 1967 by the efforts of the local people and as a women’s institution run by the Government of Tamil Nadu to cater to the needs of women aspirants in and around Mayiladuthurai. Full form of this college is Dharmapuram Gnanambikai Government Arts College for women. It is affiliated to Bharadhidasan University, Trichy. It is accredited to NAAC.

  • It is continuing service for promoting women education especially for students coming from rural areas
  • To provide opportunities for training in leadership and teamwork


  • Department of English
  • Department of Tamil
  • Department of Mathematics
  • Department of Physics
  • Department of Chemistry
  • Department of Zoology
  • Department of Economics
  • Department of Computer Science
  • Department of History
  • Department of Bio-Chemistry

Extracurricular Activities

  • National Services Scheme (NSS): The College has four Units with 100 students in each functioning. The unit of NCC has an adopted village.
  • Rotract club: The club has received “2000 Millennium Award” for extra ordinary Rotract services, public services such as tree plantation, Aids awareness, Environmental awareness etc
  • Exnora club: Main purpose of this club is to plantation of trees
  • Association of  History Department
  • Association of Mathematics Departments
  • Association of Computer Science Department  


  • Scholarship by central Government for higher education
  • Encouraging scholarship amount for tamil medium students
  • Scholarship for physically challenged
  • Scholarship for ex-servicemen children

College Infrastructure and Facility

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