MJC - Empowering the Girl Child

MJC offers countless opportunities for students to pursue their dreams and develop the skills they will need to succeed in an ever-changing global marketplace.

MJC - Empowering the Girl Child

The Michael Job College of Arts & Science for Women is an institute of academic excellence, dedicated to empowering the young women of India through higher education in the fields of Arts, Computers and Science.

MJC - Empowering the Girl Child

With its range of undergraduate, postgraduate courses, mentorship, digital learning programs and extracurricular activities, MJC leaves no stone unturned in providing its students the best exposure.

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About us

Michael Job Matriculation Higher Secondary School (MJC School) is an English-medium school for girls and it was established in the year 2001. The school is affiliated to the Department of School Education of Tamil Nadu. The school offers quality education from LKG to XII Standard, and it has a total capacity of 800 students.

The school inculcates values and wisdom that nurtures the spirit of academia and extra-curricular activities. The school provides holistic education to the students, and it prepares them to face the future by providing them with high-quality education and personality development. Keeping our mission and quality ideals in context, we provide perfection, sportsmanship and the zeal to attain wisdom in the various aspects of knowledge. We help and support the students to ascertain their career choices. The school is an amalgamation of traditional and innovative teaching-learning processes. We also give the students a foundation in the process of becoming impeccable citizens of the society. Our Student to teacher ratio: 30:1

Accreditation

Michael Job Matriculation Higher Secondary School is affiliated to the Department of School Education of Tamil Nadu.

Mission and Quality Ideals

The MJC School strives to achieve and maintain the highest standard of excellence in its holistic programme. The school aims to mould young girls into self-reliant and resilient women who can create a better society and become economically independent . Michael Job Matriculation Higher Secondary School is committed to cater to the challenging and transforming world with the following mission statements:

  • Contributing to the academic standing and overall development of MJC students.
  • Maintaining state-of-the-art infrastructure and a congenial learning environment
  • Balance Academics, extra-curricular activities and sports
  • Nurtures the spirit of leadership, compassion, equality
  • Inculcates moral values, attitudes and habits that celebrate human dignity and equal opportunity.
  • Nurture the best in every individual.
  • Encouraging the MJC faculty to strive towards adopting modern and innovative methods in the teaching-learning process.

History of MJC Institutes

Michael & John Job Centre (MJC) is a group of non-profit institutions, working dedicatedly to transform the lives of underprivileged girls through education. Since its establishment in 2004, the MJC has transformed the lives of young women. A prominent regional centre of academic excellence and professional achievement, the MJC now has a High School, an Arts & Science College, a B.Ed & M.Ed College and a home for the economically challenged, under its wing.

The journey of MJC began with the vision of one man – Dr. P P Job, a revered leader of the Christian community. The unfortunate and untimely passing of his son Michael Job in 1999, led Dr. Job to reflect upon how he could add meaning to the life of others. He decided to devote his life to become a godfather for those in need. For him, opening an orphanage or a home for the destitute was not enough. His aim was to use education, which would be a long lasting investment towards empowering lives and helping young girls chart their own success stories. As a result, MJC became a place where an economically challenged student could join in kindergarten, and step out armed with a degree,and a job offer in hand. A graduate at MJC experiences, in addition to academics, a digitsed learning environment, mentorship from distinguished industry professionals, spoken english coaching, life after college training for better integration into the workplace and much more. The goal for MJC is to mould young girls into confident women, ready to take on their world.

Through the Love in Action Society, MJC sponsors education and boarding for the economically challenged girl child, but its doors are open to any student with an urge to learn. The institution attracts students from all backgrounds, including those who can study here by paying a regular fee. This creates a diverse, multicultural community for MJC girls to grow up in and become responsible members of society.

MJC Online

MJC Online MJC had started leveraging information technology to conduct online classes since a last few years primarily to conduct guest lectures and certification courses for a students. However such classes were conducted intermittently, via the online classrooms set up in the Campus. The online classrooms have a laptop with...

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Fit India Movement

Participation in Fit India Movement Michael Job College of Arts & Science for Women participates in the ‘Fit India Movement’ launched by our Honorable Prime Minister Narendra Modi (29 – August – 2019) [siteorigin_widget class=”SiteOrigin_Widget_Slider_Widget”][/siteorigin_widget]

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Tree plantation drive

On August 25, 2019, students of Michael Job Matriculation Higher Secondary school participated in Tree Plantation initiative called as “Project Sulur Vanam- 2” organised by Lions Club and Sulur Panchayat. 106 Sabina Girls and 11 of our faculty members participated in the program.

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Rakhi for Indian Soldiers

Michael Job matriculation Higher Secondary School made Rakhi for Indian Soldiers .”Rakhi for Jawan” is an initiative by Pidilite. Partnering with Pidilite, students from Class I to Class XII of MJMHSS made 450 Rakhis for the Jawans who are protecting our country in the border. Rakhis made by the students....

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