Quaide Milleth” mean ‘Guide of the people and leader of the community’. Quaide Milleth Alhaj Muhammed Ismail Sahib was born in 1896 at Pettai, Tirunelveli, bloomed on the horizon of Tamil Nadu public life and the fragrance of his service blossomed across the whole India, even crossing India. Ismail Sahib was ignited into India’s freedom struggle by Mahatma Gandhi. He shared the political stage with stalwarts like Shri. Rajagopalachari and Dr. C.N. Annadurai. He was an exemplary legislator for many years. He was an activist in “Khilafath Movement”. His participation in the fund mobilization for Jamia Millia by Dr. Zakir Hussain exemplified his magnanimity.
“The aim of the college is to foster in teachers and students and through them in society, the attitudes and values needed for developing good life in individuals and society with an enhanced focus on underprivileged and downtrodden communities.”
Towards achievement of the goal we have taken up a mission to make women and the weaker sections of the society capable enough to contribute to the Nation building. Students from minority and backward communities are admitted in large numbers and prepare them to achieve academic excellence, along with social and national commitment and career competence.