K.S.G College of Arts and Science, situated in S.F.No.93, Kamaraj Road, Varadarajapuram, Upplipalayam, Coimbatore – 641015, adjacent to the ESI Hospital, is an institution of higher learning. The College is a co-educational Institution started in the year 2001-2002 and is affiliated to the Bharathiar University, Coimbatore – 641046. The KSG Educational Trust was started on 4th July 1997 with the sole aim of imparting quality education to all the aspirants of the needy poor category in and around Coimbatore. The Trust is managing by the Trustee Ms. K.S. GITA M.A., B.L., M.Phil., a passionate educationalist, an eminent industrialist and an advocate of renown and the Trustee Dr. PavithraThaminaar the daughter of the managing Trustee who has done research in medicine. The Trust under the able stewardship of the Managing Trustee started institutions of higher learning namely K.S.G. College of Arts and Science, J.K. College of Nursing, KSG IMC and the GITA School, and all the institutions are much sought after at the regional and national level.
well-equipped air-conditioned labs
library :A spacious library with about 10,000 volumes, subscribing about 100 journals and magazines is kept open for the students from 8am to 6pm. Open access system is followed; students can enter, search and select books physically
transportation: At presentthe collegehas 5 buses and 2 vans to transport students from various parts of the City and also from Tiruppur and Avinashi etc areas. This year it has planned to buy more number of buses.
Compulsory Yoga Classes
Free spoken English and Hindi classes
Separate hostel for boys and girls with 50 rooms in each hostel is located within the campus. Room rent and tariff for food is very much affordable by the students. Both vegetarian and non-vegetarian is served and the food is of very good quality. Farm fresh organic vegetables and mushrooms harvested from our own farm are used for the mess. Spic and span environment is maintained. Recreational facility is available.
Fee concession for the meritorious students, the physically challenged students and the wards of Ex-Service men