Campus Tour

Our Campus

Infrastructural Facilities

Education at Hindusthan is aimed at contributing the best to the individual in terms of facilities, personal coaching and most importantly placement. The college is situated in the heart of the city in a sprawling eco-friendly campus of 8.5 acres ith builtin area 34743 sq.mts, consisting of  6 blocks (Block A-F). There are 184 spacious well-ventilated classrooms across these blocks with elevator facility for the physically challenged, cool, purified drinking water and water doctors in every floor. ICT enabled class rooms are available to support the teaching learning process. The college has state of the art laboratories, two libraries, air-conditioned seminar halls, an auditorium, an open air auditorium, an amphi theatre.

Extension Activities

In this academic year, each Department has conducted National Level Seminars inviting experts in the fields concerned and taken remarkable efforts to encourage students to attend Seminars, Symposia, Workshops and other knowledge acquiring programmes conducted in other colleges. Students and staff from various departments of our college have attended Conferences, Symposia conducted by other colleges and also presented papers in those conferences. To exhibit the talents of our students, the Departments and the Management provide a strong platform.

Cultural Activities

Hicas Fine Arts Club organises various cultural activities for the students and provides an excellent exposure to partiticpate in Inter-Collegiate events.One of the most popular " HILARICAS" South India's Mega Inter-Collegiate Cultural Festival – is organized in a to encourage talents and skills of the students. More than 250 colleges participate in Hilaricas. This event is conducted with famous cine celebrities from different fields. Totally 16 various events both on stage and off stage are conducted.



The college library is fully automated with wide collection of the latest books, periodicals, and CD/DVD which is expanded and updated every year. The library functions in a networked environment with pc have to support its various operations and services. Electronic resources are available to all members via the internet. The books in the library are bar-coded for automated circulation. A Separate section is allotted for candidates who are appearing for civil services examination. 


The membership of the Library is open to Faculties Research scholars, Students and support staff of the College. The research scholars and students from outside and eminent persons of the society may also be considered for membership subject to the approval of the college authority.

Library Details

No of Books: 46,926

No of Journals / Magazines: 123

Classification Scheme: DDC

Software Used: Lips i Net

Student strength: 6800

Staff strength: 284

Library hours: 9.00 a.m – 6.00 p.m.

Carpet area : 110 x 90



Career Guidance Books

Books and journals relating to different competitive examinations like IAS career / service oriented programmes and other documents in this context are available for consultation in the Reading Room.

Library Rules & Regulations


  • Library is "The Temple of Learning"; hence absolute silence must be maintained in and around the library. Loud consultation, animated conversation etc., are strictly prohibited.


  • Students / Staff should scan their ID card in e-gate scanner.


  • Students / Staff are  advised not to keep their valuable things like Cell Phone, Calculator, Wallet etc., in the property counter. Library Authorities are not responsible for any loss of such items.


  • The students are advised to keep their bar- coded identity cards safely and not to lend their ID to any other student and do not make Xerox of the original ID. After borrowing a book, the students are advised to check the book before leaving the counter.


  • Encyclopaedias, Dictionaries, Directories, Reference books, Journals and Back volumes shall not be lent out.


  • The books should be returned within 15 days from the date of issue. A borrowed book should be returned on the due date, failing which a penalty will be collected as overdue charge.


  • Students / Staff are advised to return/renew the books on or before due date marked on the book.


  • Renewal is also allowed if the concerned book is not reserved by others.


  • Defects must be brought to the notice of the Librarian. Otherwise, the borrower is liable to be held responsible. The borrower will have to replace the book or pay the value of the book fixed by the Librarian.


  • This Library follows the open access system. Hence books taken out  of the racks shall not be replaced. They should be left on the reading table.


  • No user shall deface the library books by underlining or scribbling notes in the margins etc. Library books are the Nation’s assets and belong to all. All users are required to protect library books against wanton and wilful damage, mutilation, theft and other malpractices.


  • Loss of ID Card & books issued, if any should be reported to the Librarian immediately in the prescribed form.


  • Personal books and files should be left on the rack at the entrance of the Library. Plain sheets may be taken instead.


  • Use of Mobile phones inside the Library is strictly prohibited.


  • Misbehaviour in the library will lead to cancellation of membership and also lead to serious disciplinary action.




  • The college has 18 Computer Labs with 1105 computers to augment the requirement for the various courses offered by the college. The labs are connected through the LAN network which have the latest machines with the needed software's to support the students learning activity. A well-equipped language lab is available to enhance individual’s English language competency.
  • The Department of Microbiology and Biotechnology have required labs for under graduate programme and for Post graduate students independently.  Under the DBT Start College scheme the departments have MATLAB and a Poster room. A Food Processing lab is available with the Department of Food Processing.
  • The Department of Visual Communication has a Photography lab and a separate lab for Graphic animation, VFX and Multi Media with the state of art facility with which the students receive hands-on training.
  • The Department of Costume Design and Fashion Technology have hi-tech labs for Drafting, Construction, Textile testing, Printing & Dying, Draping and Beauty Care for their practical's.
  • The Department of Catering Technology & Hotel Management is equipped with a modernized training kitchen, an air conditioned restaurant & bar, a front office, a model housekeeping lab, Bakery and Confectionary lab to enable the students to have personalized training.
  • The Department of Electronics is equipped with the latest gadgets and devices in their labs for Embedded Systems, Digital Signal Processing, VLSI design, Microwave and Optical Communication, IOT and Circuit Simulation.

Language Lab

A well-equipped language lab has been set up to enhance individual’s English language competence. It facilitates to develop the communication skills of the students. Many tasks based on the International English Language Testing System are also available.

Internet Facilities

The college provides the students with Internet facility at free of cost. The computer labs are equipped with 8 mbps and an average of 100 students can access the Internet at a time. The students are allowed to use it even after their college hours.



The Hostels are situated within the campus of Hindusthan College of Arts & Science. The ambience is so much of a home to reveal that hostel can be called a home away from home. There are separate hostel facilities for boys and girls. Nearly 2024 students are accommodated in both the hostels. They are provided with Vegetarian and Non Vegetarian food. There is a central canteen and six cafeteria inside the college premises

Rules & Regulations of HiCAS Hostel ( Girls & Boys)


Welcome you all to Hindusthan Hostel!


  • Resident shall pay hostel fee for one year as onetime payment. The term for the hostel fee is one academic year as per the Institute academic calendar.


  • Room Allotment shall be done by the authorities. Resident shall not interchange their room with another into vacant room without prior permission from the authorities. The warden have the right to shift any resident from their room to another room in the hostel.


  • A resident shall not occupy a room without allotment. He /She shall neither transfer nor exchange their rooms with other resident.


  •  Warden, Deputy Wardens and Resident Tutors plays a significant role in maintaining the discipline in the hostel.


  • Residents who have vacated/expelled from the hostel due to disciplinary action, should obtain permission from warden for accommodation if they want to rejoin.


  • The Warden is vested with full powers to expel a student from the hostel if his / her presence is considered detrimental to the discipline of the hostel.


  • Attendance fills between 8.30pm - 9:00 pm every night. After such prescribed time, the resident is not allowed to go out of the hostel.


  • Residents who want to go outside the hostel for urgent work beyond 6.00 pm should obtain OUT PASS from Deputy Warden / Resident Tutors.


  • Residents shall not stay outside after the hostel timing except in emergency (Proper information to the hostel authority). Residents shall not remain in the Hostel during class hours and at other times when their presence is expected in the Institution, except with the permission of the Warden.


  • The Hostel Wardens or any other Officials of the institute along with Security Guards may at their discretion inspect /check any room or residents belongings living there in any time of the day or night.


  • Every resident admitted to the hostel will be issued a Hostel Identity Card. Students are advised to keep the Identity Card safe in their possession.


  • The hostel ID must be shown for verification whenever security guard / other officials of the hostel requires.


  • In case of loss of Hostel ID card, duplicate ID card will be given by paying Rs. 100/- and ID card should be submitted at the time of vacating the hostel failing which Rs. 200/- will be deducted from caution deposit.


  • No food will be served in the rooms of the hostel for any student unless a certificate is produced form the Medical Officer to the effect that the students' condition requires the food to be served in their rooms.


  • Day Scholars are not permitted inside the Hostel. Action will be taken against the residents who encourage and permit the day scholar to stay in their room. However day scholars are permitted for valid reasons by producing their college Identity card to the security guard during day time and with written permission obtained from Warden / Deputy Warden / Resident Tutors, for night stay.


  • No person other than those admitted as residents of the hostel may stay in the hostel premises.


  • Theft/damage to hostel assets in common areas/corridors will be recovered from all Residents of the flank/wing involved. In case of theft/damage to items that pertain to usage by the complete hostel, the recoveries will be made from all the occupants of the hostel.


  • The hostel authorities is not responsible for any loss or theft of the belongings of the residents. The residents must make their own arrangements for safe custody of the same.


  • While leaving the room, students should take care to switch off the lights and fans without fail. In case of default on this account, a reasonable fine per default occasion will be imposed by the warden /Rector.


  • Shouting loudly, whistling, playing in verandas, playing music systems loudly, affixing posters, photographs, wall paper, indecent posters etc., on walls and glass panels, use of objectionable language are strictly prohibited.


  • Residents are not permitted to convene meetings or put up notice of any concern in the hostel without the Warden’s written permission.


  • Residents shall not interfere with the work of the hostel staff and cases of misconduct, if any, should only be brought to the notice of the warden for appropriate action.


  • The residents should pay all the dues in time failing they have to vacate the hostel.


  • During the vacation, belongings should be kept in the store room under lock and key.


  • Residents whose name removed from Institution Rolls shall by that very fact forfeit the hostel membership and must vacate the room.


  • All furniture and fixture in the rooms allotted to the student must be cared for properly. The resident will be required to pay double the original cost if any item is found damaged or missing from their room due to careless / negligent handling. The resident will also be required to pay twice the charges of the repair of an item that is found to have been wilfully damaged or have been damaged on account of misuse or unfair wear and tear.


  • Ragging is strictly prohibited and also treated as an offence . If any resident found guilty of ragging  they will be immediately dismissed from hostel as well as college.


  • If any ragging incidents occur to Ist year residents, they are instructed  to report the same to Warden, Deputy wardens and Resident Tutors.


  • Residents are strictly warned of the serious and cognizable offence of being in possession of liquor, drinks, Smoking and playing cards. Such residents will be expelled from hostel.


  • The student shall not indulge in any political or communal activity which is detrimental to the law and order and/or against the Government. Students shall not carry on any propaganda or publicity of any nature whatsoever in respect of any political or communal matters.





Scholarships Scheme



Contact Details/Website/Email address

Government Scholarship


The District Welfare Officer,
BC/MBC Welfare Department, Salem.

BC / MBC – SWS only
Parent Annual Income
should be less than 1,00,000/- 
Apply through College

Government Scholarship


The District Welfare Officer,
Adi Dravidar Welfare Department, Salem.

SC / ST – SWS only
Parent Annual Income
should be less than 2,00,000/- 
Apply through College

Central Sector Scheme of Scholarship for College & University Students

The Joint Director (Hr. Sec.),
Directorate of Government Examinations, D.P.I. Campus,
College Road, Chennai – 600 006.

80% and above Marks in HSC 
Apply through College

Merit Scholarship

Municipal Administrative Commissioner,
Ezhilagam Building (Annexure) ,
6th Floor, Chepauk, Chennai-5.

Highest marks in HSC & studied in Municipal/ Corporation School

Apply through College

Chief Minister

Farmers Security Scheme

The Commissioner of Technical Education, Guindy, Chennai-25.

Wards of Farmers

Apply through College

Tamilnadu National

Teacher Welfare Fund

The Secretary-Treasurer,
National Foundation for Teachers’ Welfare, Chennai –600 006.

Wards of Teachers

044 – 28267186
Apply through College

Tamilnadu Educational Trust, Chennai

The Manager,
Tamilnadu Educational Trust,
Rajah Annamalai Building Annexe, IInd Floor,
18/3 Rukmini Lakshmipathi Road,
Chennai – 600 008.

60% and above Marks in HSC
Parent annual Income
should be less than 50,000/-

Apply through College

Minority Scholarship

The Commissioner of Minorities Welfare,
807 (5th Floor)
Anna Salai, Chennai – 600 002.

Christians, Muslims, Sikhs & Buddhist
50% marks in previous exams

Apply through College

Physically Challenged Scholarship

National Handicapped Finance and Development Corp. (NHFDC)

Students with disability
Apply through College




Scholarships Scheme



Merit Scholarship
(Tuition Fee Waiver)

Students of first year are eligible based on the commitment given during admission on the basis of marks / TANCET score
The scholarship amount may be continued for further years based on the following conditions.
1. The student should not have any arrear in the previous year(s).
2. The student should have a minimum of 90% attendance in the regular classes and class/model tests/exams in the previous year(s).
3. Academic results should be within top 20% in the branch.

First Year UG & PG






Merit cum Means Scholarship
Rs 5,000 - 10,000
per annum

1. The annual income of the parents (Father & Mother) or Guardian should not exceed Rupees One Lakh per annum.
2. Students other than first year will be required to fulfil the following conditions.
a. Students should not have any arrears in any of the subjects.
b. 90% overall in class attendance in the previous year.
c. Every students selected for this scholarship will have to contribute 8 hours / month for Library /Admission/students’ affairs/Laboratory/ Cleaning of the class room/ Sports assistance etc.

All Students of UG & PG

Sports Scholarship
Rs 10,000 to Rs 60,000
per annum

Based Sports Performance on the academic year in Zonal, Inter-zonal, State, National, International Participation and Place

All Students of UG & PG

Children of Employees of Hindusthan Group

Rs 10,000 to Rs 60,000
per annum

Based on the qualifying Marks

All Students of UG & PG

Special Scholarships
 (a) Category I

It is applicable for all the classes (First year to Final year). This scholarship is to the students who are physically handicapped and wards of deceased/serving defense personal/ex-service man. This will be continued based the following conditions.
1. The students should not have any arrear in the previous year.
2. The student should have a minimum of 90% attendance in the regular classes and class/model tests/exams in the previous semester(s)

All Students of UG & PG

Special Scholarship
 (b) Category II

It is applicable for the students based on the performance in the extra curricular activities of NSS, NCC, YRC and RRC based on the performance in the respective fields.

All Students of UG & PG

Alumni Scholarships


Alumni of Hindusthan Institutions (School or College)

Students of UG &PG

















Club & Association


Consumer Club of HiCAS

Consumer Club of HICAS is planned to be activated from February 19th 2021 through some structured events. To ignite young minds and to spread consumer awareness among the students. The motto of our Consumer Club is “AWARE, ALERT & ACT”, Our Purpose is to form this club to create awareness among students through workshops and awareness programs about  Consumer Responsibilities & Rights, Misleading Advertisements, Food Safety (Food Adulteration, Food Nutrition, Food Preservatives, and Food Contamination), Combating Adulteration, Hospitals and Patients’ Rights, Transport, Insurance, Consumer Durables, Digital Technologies, Consumer Protection Act exhibitation and group discussion in regular basis. This will be effectively implemented among fellow students based on innovative ideas gained through structural events. Also subsequently awareness will be created to general public around the Coimbatore City through our club. Furthermore we have planned to perform consumer protection programmes among College, Schools and the society on the occasion of National Consumer Day and World Consumer Rights participated in a live.



To bring awareness and realization about duties and responsibilities as Citizens of India.

To enable the students groups to work together as a team with local communities and develop in to caring, responsible and honest citizens.

To work with the existing laws in order to protect consumer’s interest and general health.

Impart knowledge about real life situations and to enable development of skills to handle citizen and consumer issues.


Club Activities


  • Consumer Club – DEBATE
  • Guest Lecture/Workshops – Consumer Awareness
  • Poster Presentation  
  • Drawing Competition – Consumer Awareness
  • Consumer Awareness Rally
  • Cooking – Healthy Foods (Without Fire)
  • Field Visit  - Local Markets & Consumer Court
  • Quiz Competition
  • Adzap


Faculty Coordinators



Dr. A Ponnusamy


Vice President

Dr. M. Nirmala

Professor & Head

Department of Commerce (PA & AF)


Mrs. B. Sheela,  Associate Professor

Advisory Member



Citizen Voice Coimabtore

Club Coordinators

Dr. N. Lakshmipriya,  Assistant Professor

Department of Commerce (PA & AF)


The Physical Education Department is equipped with a state of the art gym, a basketball court with floodlights, tennis and shuttle court both indoors and outdoors. There is a large ground for students to play Football, Cricket, Volleyball and Ball Badminton. The Department focuses on the alround development of the students and they are encouraged to take active part in sports activities. The annual sports day is conducted and various track and field events take place. Students show remarkable sportsmanship and team spirit. The Olympic torch relay this year not only conveyed a message of teamwork but also spread the awareness of giving light to another by donating their eyes. Other sports activities are Karate, Taekwondo and Body Building.


The faculty and students have involved themselves in extension activities and community development programmes through special programmes organised by 3 NSS Units of our college. The NSS is aimed at developing the personality of the NSS volunteers through social service. The NSS has endeavoured its best in its service. The motto “NOT ME BUT YOU” is well adhered to and community services are rendered through special camps by way of conducting Blood Donation Camps, Eye Camps and General Medical Camps in various adopted villages.

Special Camps

Blood Donation Camps have been organized over the period of 10 years, which led to the generous contribution of nearly 1,500 units of blood. The NSS conducted a General Medical camp for the adopted villages which included a general check up and doctors with specialization in ENT were asked to give their expert opinion.

Outreaching Programmes

The students had taken part in rallies and outreaching programmes conducted by NGOs and Social organizations. They have been in AIDS awareness programmes and Save the Plants programmes. Students also canvassed for the “One hour Lights out” campaign, the focus was on saving electricity especially in big cities. The students have spread the importance of saving trees by planting trees within the college campus. Students went on a regular basis to the adopted villages where they were training the rural people on personal hygiene, cleanliness of the environment and surrounding. They also taught the villagers to read and write and empower them with self employment like candle making, basket weaving, art from waste.