4th College and Club day Report-2018


The fourth student college and club day celebration started at 3.00 PM in the afternoon on 26-04-2018 with a prayer song sung by Ms.J. Flavina (2nd year student). Mr. T. Gagarin, C.E.O, Anitech Group, Chennai was the chief guest of this function.

Rev.Dr.A.Maria Soosai, Ph.D., SDB., Rector Sagayathottam and Secretary DBCA welcomed the gathering and he introduced the chief guest with his warm words. He offered a memento to the chief guest as a token of love and appreciation. The college day report was presented by Dr.A.Christopher Lourduraj, M.Sc (Agri.), Ph.D., Dean, DBCA and Club day report by Mr. A. Vasanth, Students club secretary, DBCA.

Chief guest of this function Mr. T. Gagarin, C.E.O, Anitech Group gave a wonderful chief guest address. He mentioned how to prioritize things in our life, how the students should work with a goal etc. He also honoured the staff members, best students of all the years and secretaries of students club of DBCA and prize winners of various competitions held during the year. Followed by the chief guest address, cultural programme was performed by the students.

Ms. R. Princy Raveena, Student club secretary, 2017-18 thanked the gathering.

Placement Cell

For most students, higher education is a journey that culminates in a satisfying career. All of them enter an institution of higher education with the objective of finding their ‘dream job’ at the end of their academic campaign.

Campus Ministry

There is more to education than academics. Education is as much about acquiring the knowledge and learning the skills that would allow people to move forward in life and taste professional success as it is about becoming better human beings


DBCA has separate hostels for men and women students. Each hostel has a warden and deputy wardens. The hostel rooms are well furnished and well ventilated. Each hostel has also maintenance staff and security. Hygienic food is served daily in the dining hall.

About College

One of the Oldest Diploma Institutes in Tamil Nadu. The idea of starting an agricultural school was conceived in 1954. It became a reality only in 1959, when the farm was equipped with sufficient infrastructures. On Feb 26,1976 the Agricultural training given in the school was recognized by the Government, as an Agricultural demonstration Maestry Course. Efforts continued to make this course into a diploma course. Recognizing our meritorious service in the field of agriculture, department of Tamil Nadu has issued the necessary orders to conduct this two-year diploma course. The Tamil Nadu agricultural university, Coimbatore was pleased to grand recognition and affiliation to Sagayathottam Institute of Agriculture to conduct two-year diploma course from the year 1987-88.