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        Our Nation's power and prosperity lies in rural parts. Empowering and uplifting rural women is strengthening nation. With this as the mainstay, our institution was started in June, 1964, in the ideal place Courtallam, with an appropriate and powerful name Sri Parasakthi under the control of Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowment Board of Tamil Nadu, with the Commissioner, H.R.& C.E. Department as the President of the College Committee. Sri Parasakthi Educational Society was inaugurated on 6th October 1965 and it has been functioning till now. The college campus is 18.96 acres of land with a wide variety of trees, donated magnanimously by His Highness the Late Maharaja of Travancore. Sri Chithirai Thirunal Balaramavarma.

        Ever since its inception, the institution has been growing steadily, initially under the leadership of the chief promoter and Vice-President-cum-Treasurer, Thiru.A.R.Subbiah Mudaliar, and the Founder Principal Miss.S.Baghirathi, M.A., M.Litt. Our College was instituted with the sole objective of promoting women's education. Our College situated on the lap of sylvan settings and surrounded by silver cascades, is a source of knowledge, with high aims and ideals as the lodestar in its path of progress.

        The college was conferred autonomy in 1978, the only and first rural women's college to be conferred autonomous status in the whole of India. In Organization and Management, from 1st June 2007, the Secretaryship and the Principalship have been bifurcated. The institution showed steady growth academically and made herself competent to take up new developmental activities of academic and cultural nature. With the conferment of academic freedom, the institution has designed its curricular programmes with social relevance and academic excellence the watchwords of autonomy. Today it is one of the important Centers of women's higher education in Southern part of our country.