DMI College of education is spaced out in sprawling campus of 5.02 acres of land, as the stipulated by the TNTEU. It is located in a serene atmosphere at Mevalurkuppam ‘B’ Village, Palanchoor situated on the Chennai – Bangalore National High way.


A fleet of buses is available for Transportation from the different parts of the city. Only those who have registered and obtained the bus pass are allowed to avail the college transport facility. The students are not allowed to change their boarding and alighting points without prior permission.


A good, hygienic canteen run by the sisters is functioning within the college campus to serve meals , tea, coffee, snacks, cool drinks, Tiffin, stationery items etc… at reasonable rates for the convenience of the students, staff and all the inmates of the college.


The institution provides separate furnished hostels for boys and girls within the college campus with an area of 2099 square feet building. The hostels are maintained and supervised by the sisters of DMI. Apart from providing delicious, healthy and hygienic vegetarian/ non- vegetarian food, the sisters along with wardens/ faculty members closely monitor the activities of the students and also help them in their academics during the study hours. The students can also avail themselves of newspaper, television & magazines. The college provides indoor/ outdoor games/sports/yoga facilities to the hostel inmates with the view to make them health conscious. The doctors visit the hostels from St. Joseph’s Hospital – Poonamallee.The hostel thus provides a secure, friendly and homely atmosphere to the students.

Timing of the mess is as follows
Breakfast: 7.30 A.m to 7.45 A.m
Lunch: 11.30 A.m to 12.00 P.m
Tea: 4.00 P.m to 4.15 P.m
Dinner: 8.00 P.m to 8.30P.m

Sports Day

The college conducts annual sports day, which has track and field events, individual games and matches and encourages the students, staff and inmates/ workers of the college to take part actively. To promote healthy competition among the students in the activities and foster qualities like leadership, loyalty, cooperation, the students are divided into four houses namely the Red, Blue, Green and yellow houses. This paves a way to a healthy competition of brotherhood and sportsmanship. Various prizes/ medals / shields/ certificates are awarded.


A well – equipped, computerized and spacious (295 Square meters library is available with more than 5000 books volumes on various topics. In addition the college subscribes a number of national and international journals and periodicals. The library under the supervision of a professional librarian is open to all.

Working hours: Monday to Friday 8.00a.m to 2.30p.m

Library Regulations

  • »  Strict silence shall be observed in the LIBRARY.
  • »  All the members must sign in the gate register at the entrance of the library.
  • »  The issue of library books is regulated as follows:
  • »  Students: 3 books
  • »  Teaching staff: 6 books
  • »  Members are responsible for all the books borrowed on their names
  • »  Students have to produce the bar coded identity cards at the time of borrowing
  • »  Library cards are not transferable.
  • »  All the student members should return library cards at the end of the year and obtain the “No Dues Certificate.’ Similarly, staff members who are leaving the college should settle all dues and obtain “No dues Certificate”. Failure will lead to non- return of Caution Deposit/ Certificate, etc …
  • »  Loss of ID Cards should be reported to the librarian
  • »  Duplicate cards will be issued on payment
  • »  Books other than reference books & journals will be issued to the student members for a period of 14 days.
  • »  Tearing of sheets from books/ newspapers is strictly prohibited.
  • »  Members must satisfy whether the books are in good condition, before they leave the counter. If any damage is noticed, the same must be immediately intimated. Otherwise he/she will be held responsible for the damage.
  • »  Incase of default in the return of books Rs.1/- per day per book will be levied as overdue charges.
  • »  Loss of books should be reported to the librarian and it should be replaced by another copy by the loser. In case the borrower is unable to replace the book, twice the cost of book with overdue charges, if any, will be levied.

Computer Center

There are 2 adequately spaced and well equipped computer lab and language lab which have more than 30 latest computers. All the terminals are networked to provide cross platform application for internet. Besides the center has the provision of regular course work with internet facility. It is managed and supervised by qualified staff even after the class hours.


To train the students on all aspects related to the performance of well qualified staff, the laboratories are fully equipped with modern equipment according to the latest syllabus prescribed by the Tamil Nadu Teachers Education University.

Physical Education

The college gives importance to health activities and reserves a period in the time table for indoor and outdoor games. Courts and grounds for various games and sports are available. Students are expected to take part in these games/sports to develop his/her/potential/abilities and qualities of sportsmanship.

Extra Curricular Activities

Opportunities are provided to widen the student’s talents and to develop their team spirit and fellowship. National festivals of importance are celebrated in the college. Cultural associations are formed to focus attention on extra – curricular activities such as debate, dance, drama, music, poetry, quiz etc… students have won prizes and certificates in various intercollegiate competitions. Students take active part in science exhibitions, literacy programmes, awareness lectures and free blood donation camps etc…