Jaffna Hindu College community warmly welcomes you to the web portal for all Hinduites living around the world. Jaffna Hindu College, established in 1890, is a premier academic institution in Jaffna, Sri Lanka. Known island-wide as Hindu College, it is the citadel of Tamil and Hindu Culture. The students of Hindu College-the Hinduites, are inculcated with the Hindu way of life, high discipline, unstinted dedication, and excellent character.
The distinguished Alumni of this prestigious Hindu institution have held and are holding high positions of responsibility in Sri Lanka and in countries where they are domiciled. The scholarly principals, the high caliber of Jaffna Hindu teachers, and their dedicated services in the past and the present, have thrust the College to the forefront in education and sports in Sri Lanka.
The induction of the prefects for the 73rd board of prefects was held on Tuesday, the 2nd Feb 2016, at the Kumaswamy Hall under the patronage of Deputy Principal Mr.Satha Nimalan. T.Aathavan and A.Vethakulan were inducted as the new Senior Prefect and Assistant Senior Prefect respectively. Also, S.Pirakalathan, G.Senthuran, and K.Kanapalan were inducted as Secretary, Treasurer, and Editor respectively.
Jaffna OBA arranged a special event named “Seventy Five in Hundred and Twenty Five” to honour all the old boys who are aged 75 or above. This was held last Sunday, 7th February 2016, at the College’s Sabalingam Auditorium. Dr.K.Nanthakumaran graced the event as the Chief Guest. Fifteen old boys were honoured at the event. An identity card for the members of the Jaffna OBA also was introduced there.
The annual inter-house athletic meet was held on the last Wednesday, 3rd Feb 2016, at the college ground. Dr.Ranganathan Varathan, an old boy of Jaffna Hindu working at the Negombo Base Hospital, graced the event as the chief guest. Chellathurai House was the champions of the 2016 athletic meet. Nagalingam House was the first runner-up and Sabapathy House was the second runner-up.
Sydney OBA together with Tamil Merchants of Sydney hosted a grand Pongal Vizha in Sydney on Sunday 17th January 2016, at the Pendle Hill Civic Park, Sydney. Over 1000 people enjoyed the festivity that as usual reflected the Tamil culture and traditions strongly. The Holroyd Mayor Clr. Cummings, Councillor Lisa Lake, NSW Parliamentarians for Prospect and Granville too graced the event and enjoyed the celebration.
Thai Pongal 2016 will be celebrated worldwide on Friday, the 15th January 2016. Thai Pongal is celebrated on the first day of the month of Thai according to the Tamil calendar. Thai is the first month of the Tamil Almanac, which is devised according to changes in planets and nature.
Jaffna Hindu has exceled in the GCE Advanced Level (2015) results that was released on Sunday, 3rd January 2016. 29 students have received 3A’s and another 15 students have received 2A 1B.18 students from Maths stream, 6 students from Bio stream, 3 students from Commerce stream, one student each from Arts and Technology stream has obtained A’s in all subjects.
இலங்கை கூடைப்பந்தாட்ட சங்கத்தினால் வடமாகாண ரீதியில் முதன் முறையாக நடாத்தப்பட்ட 3×3 கூடைப்பந்தாட்ட சுற்றுப்போட்டியில் இறுதிப் போட்டியில் கொக்குவில் இந்துக் கல்லூரியை 6:19 என்ற புள்ளிக் கணக்கில் வெற்றி பெற்று யாழ் இந்துக் கல்லூரி கிண்ணத்தை கைப்பற்றிக் கொண்டது