DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS

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    History of the Department of Economics is greatly linked with the history of TKMM College, the department began to function in 1964. Since the college started as a junior college, the department started with a pre-degree third group batch having Economics and History as optional subjects. The principal of the college Dr. V Karunakaran also belonged to the Department of Economics and his services has highly enriched the department. Three other pricipals of the college, Prof. Sathyadas, Prof. CN Meenakshy and Dr. Kamalasanan also belonged to the department of economics.

    The department of Economics emerged as a separate degree department in 1980. In upgrading the department the service of the late principal Prof. CN Meenakshy is to be greatly remembered. Since History and Political Science are taught as subsidary subjects, the teachers of History and Politics are functioning as a part of this department.

    The first head of the department was Prof. Satheeshan. There were seven lecturers in the department. Various former students of the department excelled in the different realms of our society. In the mean time, it is to be specially mentioned that the former head of the department, Prof. K Murali was a product of the department. Now the department is smoothly functioned under the leadership of Prof. Seena V.

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Our Vision

To empower the students with deep knowledge and awareness of current developments in their chosen subjects.

To create a centre of excellence through the formation of young people empowered to create a bright future for themselves, irrespective of cast, creed, religion or language through dissemination of knowledge, skills and noble values

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Our Guru

Sree Narayana Guru, one of the greatest revolutionary social reformers Kerala has ever produced, was born on August 20, 1856, in a humble cottage in Chempazhanthy, a village near Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, as the son of Madan Asan and Kutty Amma. Madan Asan was a farmer as well as a teacher, with proficiency in Sanskrit, Astrology and Ayurveda, and his son, the little Nanu grew up listening to his narrations of the stories from the Ramayana and Mahabharatha to the local residents of the village.

 

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Our Founder

T. K. Madhavan (1885-1930) was an Indian social reformer, journalist and revolutionary who was involved with the Sree Narayana Dharma Paripalana (SNDP). He came from Kerala and led the struggle against untouchability which was known as Vaikom Satyagraha.

 

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