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St. Charles College of Arts and Science, a premier Catholic institution, is an eminent  college 25 kms away from Ulundurpet, Kallakurichi District. It is run by the sisters of St. Charles Borromeo, Eastern Province with dedicatory zeal and vision. Commencing its pioneering service in the cause of women's education in and around Villupuram Eraiyur, Villupuram District, in 2019, the college is committed for labour of love and learning. As a Christian college whose purpose is to impart liberal education of Christian character to students of all creeds, this college strives to develop their intellectual powers, locate, identify and cultivate their interests and talents and train them to be responsible and useful citizens. St. Charles College of Arts and Science is a unit of the St. Charles Group of Institutions which is a pioneer in the field of education having several schools and colleges in Tamil Nadu, Kerala & Andhra Pradesh.

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Dr. Amali is a prolific writer who has authored and edited many books and international journals. She is an extensive reader and has a wide exposure to both English and Tamil Literature. Being an orator both in her native tongue Tamil and in English, she has been a key-note speaker for various events at schools, colleges and other institutions on many occasions and has lectured and spoken on varied topics. Under her regime as a Principal at St. Charles College of Education, Madurai, she had organized a myriad of international conferences/ seminars and workshops and had been an active part of the same. An advocate for women education and women’s rights, she has worked a lot towards it. As a nun, and a teacher by profession with a career spanning more than a quarter of century, she has nourished and fostered numerous students. A born leader she is, she has imbibed all leadership qualities and has always stood tall as a beacon, guiding and leading young minds.

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