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1. As per the order of the Government, vide letter No. 1638/A1/2011, this campus has been declared as a Tobacco-Free Zone. Sale of tobacco products within 100 meters of this institution is banned (COTPA. 2003). Students are strictly warned not to use tobacco or any tobacco-related products.
2. No student who has been convicted of any offence in a criminal court will be allowed to continue his studies in the College. more ...
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Scott Christian College aims at giving a liberal Christian education which develops the total personality of the students so that they become worthy citizens of this country with
- l understanding and tolerance,
- l brotherly love and the
- l highest standards of integrity.
The truth shall make you free
makes possible the study of the sciences and the human sciences and the social sciences, objectively for the sake of truth..
India is my country. All Indians are my brothers and sisters. I love my country, and I am proud of its rich and varied heritage. I shall always strive to be worthy of it. I shall give my parents, teachers and all elders respect and treat everyone with courtesy. To my country and people, I pledge my devotion. In their well-being and prosperity alone lies my happiness.
The Scott Christian College enjoys continuity with the school founded in 1809 at Mylaudy by the Rev. William Tobias Ringeltaube, the pioneering missionary of the London Missionary Society in South Travancore. This Central School or Seminary was shifted to Nagercoil in 1818 by the Rev. Charles Mead. The Rev. Dr. James Duthie took charge of the Seminary in 1860, and played a vital role in raising it to a College.
In 1893, the Seminary was elevated to a Second Grade College affiliated to the University of Madras with twelve students under Rev Dr James Duthie as the first Principal.