Co-Curricular & Extra Curricular Activities

Sports and Games

The college provides opportunities to play Football, Hockey, Cricket, Tennis, Table Tennis, Handball, Softball, Baeball, Volley Ball and Badminton.  In addition, participation in Athletics is also encouraged.  The Physical Education Council, which consists of the members of the staff Advisory Committee, and the team captains arrange and organise the sports activities.   Facilities are provided in the Kunhali Markar Indoor Stadium, the Football field, the Tennis court and the Basketball court to recognize talent and nurture it to fulfillment.

A number of trophies have been set up to encourage active participation in sports.  Diju.V, our former student is currently representing India in various international championships.

The academinc year 2008-09 brought sterling achievements in the field of sports and games

 Rolling Trophies set up in connection with the Silver Jubilee Celebration of the College in 1974


Winning Trophies

 1.  Khan Bahadur V.K. Unnikammoo Saheb Memorial Rolling Trophy for Football
 2.  A.K. Kunhimayin Hajee Memorial Rolling Trophy for Hockey
 3.  Khan bahadur P.K. Attakoya Thangal Memorial Rolling Trophy for Basket Ball
 4.  Western Indian Plywood Rolling Trophy for Volley Ball
 5.  Gwalior Rayons Rolling Trophy for Cricket
 6.  M.V. Hydross Saheb Memorial Trophy for House Championship in Annual Sports
 7.  Rajagopal Memorial Rolling Trophy for Men and Women for Athletics
 8.  Babu Paul Memorial Rolling Trophy for Men for Lawn Tennis
 9.  Mr. Kunhimohammed Memorial Rolling Trophy for Men and Women for Volley Ball
10. Annual Cash award offered by Jb. K.C. Hssankutty Saheb for winners of the I,II and III places in the Calicut University Athletic Meet


The aim of the N.S.S is to promote among students the spirit service to fellowmen. Social service, adult education, free medical aid to the poor and rural uplift are some of the important programmes under the scheme. The college has three units of NSS with a membership of 300 students.


The National Cadet Corps (NCC) has three wings. NCC (Army), NCC (Navy) and NCC (Girls) with strengths of 106, 50 and 54 (29 Army, 25 Navy) cadets respectively.

Aims of NCC

  • To create a human resource of organized trained and motivated youth to provide leadership in all walks of life including the Armed forces and always available for the service of Nation.
  • To create suitable environment to motivate the youth to take up a career in the armed forces.
  • To develop qualities of character, courage, comradeship, discipline, leadership, secular outlook, spirit of adventure and sportsmanship and ideals of selfless service among the youth to make them useful citizens.