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Sunday, 22 May 2016

Anitha Ariyapiravi

Anitha Ariyapiravi.

Anitha Ariyapiravi 

, Kodaikānāl · CHEMISTRY



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  • Jun 2009–
    Apr 2011
    Jayaraj Annapackiam College for Women (Autonomous), Periyakulam.
    Chemistry · M.Sc.
    India · Periyakulam
  • Nov 2006–
    Dec 2007
    Annamalai University
    Diploma in Youth Development Work (Distance education) · HRD
    India · Chidambaram
  • Jun 2006–
    Apr 2009
    Jayaraj Annapackiam College for Women (Autonomous), Periyakulam.
    Chemistry · B.Sc.
    India · Periyakulam

Awards & achievements

  • Feb 2012
    Award: First Rank in M.Sc


  • Location
  • Birthday
    Aug 30, 1988


  • Languages
    English, Tamil


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Map of Mother Teresa Women's University
Mother Teresa Women's University 
Public university in Kodaikanal, India
Mother Teresa Women's University is a public university in Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu, India. It was established in 1984 by the enactment of Tamil Nadu Act 15. It monitors and offers consultancy services and research in Women's Studies. Wikipedia
AddressAttuvampatti, Dindigul District, Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu 624101
Phone04542 243 977

Mother Teresa Women’s University,

Dear Young Friends,
I congratulate you on your decision to continue your higher studies with Mother Teresa Women’s University. There is no age bar for education (Life is a learning process). I am glad that you chose Mother Teresa Women’s University, which is one of the few Women’s Universities in India. It is customary for women and men in the Western societies to go for higher education when they realize that market demands new qualifications and new skills. Education now in our country also can be had in different phases, in different ages and positions. The spirit and energy that you have shown in overcoming socio-economic hurdles and coming here to get higher education and new skills deserves appreciation. Distance Education in Mother Teresa Women’s University has proved to be a role model for other universities in offering job oriented and knowledge building courses. It caters to different categories of women and domestic women, employed, unemployed, young and old, rural and urban, women with different levels of education and different qualifications in different regions, developed and underdeveloped. It has opened up new vistas of educational opportunities with multiple options offered in three different campuses-Kodaikanal, Madurai and Chennai. The University’s aim is to enable different categories of women to enhance their abilities and their qualifications and excel in their performances. While making education accessible at any age for women, the university has not compromised on quality. In this endeavour, we, in the University hope and wish to make empowerment of women a reality.

Established in 2006, the Department of Chemistry, Mother Teresa Women’s University, Kodaikanal is motivated to provide a complete learning opportunity and quality education encompassing developments in frontier research areas in chemistry. Apart from imparting a thorough knowledge in the fundamental aspects of chemistry, we aim to strongly motivate our students for research and provide them adequate training in synthesis, characterization application studies and instrumentation and equip students with skills to meet the requirements for employment in a global level.
The Department is specialized in research areas such as Coordination Chemistry, X-ray- crystallography, Medicinal hemistry and Bioinorganic Chemistry.

“Chemistry and Chemists for Society”
  • M. Sc. Chemistry
  • M. Phil. Chemistry
Faculty Members

Dr.  Jose Kavitha  S.
Assistant Professor

Educational Qualification
M.Sc , B.Ed, Ph.D.
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Mrs. Shanthini J.
Technical Assistant
Educational Qualification
M.A, M.Phil
  • A well equipped laboratory with sophisticated instruments
  • A common instrumentation facility sponsored by DST- CURIE with major instruments like
  • Powder X-ray Diffractometer (Rs.64,29,621)
  • FTIR  Spectrophotometer  ( Rs. 12,10,592)
  • UV- Visible Spectrophotometer (Rs.7,76,540) has been installed and fully functional
  • Equipments purchased for Chemistry Department under UGC additional assistance
  • Rotavapor                              Rs. 3,65,190
  • Ultasonicator                        Rs. 3,93,735
  • Advanced Digital Melting Point apparatus       Rs. 3,00,000 (DST-CURIE)
Awards/ Distinctions received by the students
  • Ms. Mary Sheeba ((M. Sc. Chemistry - 2008-2010) and Ms. S. Sangeetha (M. Sc. Chemistry - 2010-2012) have been awarded the DST Inspire Fellowship for Rank holders (Rs. 19,000/- p.m) to pursue Ph. D
  • Ms. P. Rajalakshmi (II M. Sc Chemistry) was awarded the IASc, INSA, NASI summer research fellowship at Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore to do summer project work from 07.05.2013 to 07.07.2013
Prof. K. Panchanatheswaran delivering lecture in the CDC sponsored workshop on Bonding and Energetics: Theories and Applications held during 3.10.2013 and 04.10.2013
Prof. G. Chandramohan delivering lecture in the CDC sponsored workshop on Bonding and Energetics: Theories and Applications held during 3.10.2013 and 04.10.2013

EDC sponsored Entrepreneurship training programme on Preparation of Domestic cleaning agents
Glimpses of DST- CURIE sponsored National Seminar on Research Trends in Inorganic Chemistry



Glimpses of DST- CURIE sponsored National Seminar on Research Trends in Inorganic Chemistry



Students working with Ultrasonicator


Students working in Fume hood