Since inception, the first male student joins Providence Women’s College in Kozhikode: The New Indian Express

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KOZHIKODE: Unlike previous election seasons at Providence Women’s College in Malaparamba, Kozhikode District, this year’s event saw one male student on campus among hundreds of female students.

Although the students from the first women’s college in the Malabar region were busy with the election results and the after party, their presence aroused curiosity among the students. It was later that they met the university’s first male student who had recently joined the English department as an academic researcher under Dr. Shanti Vijayan.

Meet Sreekuttan S, who is the first male student at the 70-year-old institution founded by the Sisters of Apostolic Carmel. “I joined the university as a research fellow in the first batch of the doctoral program.

A total of five students joined the English department as research fellows and I am the only male among them. Initially, I could feel embarrassment among the students seeing the only male student on campus sharing the university’s library, classroom, and other facilities, but gradually all the students accepted the new admission rules of the university that welcome to male students. he said.

A native of Kollam, Sreekuttan had been working as a teacher at the Kollam campus of Sree Sankaracharya University. Three months ago, Sreekuttan joined Providence College as a research fellow.
His research topic is ‘Tamil Cinemas’. “I’ll be here on campus for the next four or five years until I finish my research,” she said. University officials said there is a provision to admit a male student in each department, but no one except Sreekuttan has approached them so far.

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