Administration Services

The Administrative Department of the college is headed by the Administrative Officer. The Administrative Office serves as the back bone of the Institution by handling Student Service, Purchase, Despatch and all official correspondences with the regulatory bodies such as Madras University, etc. The department is well computerized with an exclusive file management system for staff and students.

Students may contact the office for

  • Identity card
  • Bonafide certificate
  • Bus pass
  • Fee related queries
  • Hall ticket
  • Medical emergencies
  • Any other grievances


The Quaide Milleth College Library possesses nearly 20,000 books, neatly arranged and segregated department wise. Every year funds allocated and books are purchased and added to each department including Arabic and Urdu. Separate racks are maintained for Encyclopedia, dictionaries, reference books and Thesis.

The Library provides Open Accession.

The Intranet & Internet facilities are also utilized by the students for referring the Question Bank and job registration.

The AutoLib library management software is provided and OPAC system is available for accession of books.

The current journals and magazines are also displayed for both Staff and Students.

The audio, videos and text materials facilities are available on various subjects for easy learning.

The Islamic study circle books are also available in library to deliver lectures in English, Tamil, Arabic and Urdu on various aspects of Islam, It trains speakers to participate in oratorical contests and seminars on religious subjects conducted by various colleges and organization of the city.

The list of the new collections will be displayed on the notice board of the library. New arrivals of journals, books and magazines will be displayed in the rack

Library premise is under CCTV Surveillance.

The college is equipped with a fully functional vegetarian canteen to serve hygienically prepared food to the staff and students. A subsidized mess is also operative in the campus. 

Only one common eating facility (canteen facility) shall be provided in the campus for day scholars, guests of the College, teaching and non-teaching staff of the College. The management is fully committed to keeping the quality of the canteen for the utmost benefit of all concerned.

The students who come from faraway places, start their journey to the College early in the morning. The mid-day meal is provided. Even many day-scholars use canteen facilities for their breakfast and evening tea with snacks.