Formation of Aiman Education and Welfare Society and the consequent appearance of Aiman College of Arts and Science for Women at Tiruchirappalli in the year 2000 marks the culmination of over a decade’s Selfless Service by the members of AIMAN in the promotion of higher education among the young women in general, and Muslim women in particular who are identified as economically and educationally most backward. The College which was housed initially at a building owned by Aiman Educational Trust (planned earlier for a matriculation School for girls) at Azad Nagar, moved to the imposing structure at the permanent site at K.Sathanur constructed by the Aiman Education and Welfare Society at a considerable cost.
The aim of the Society in starting Aiman Women’s College is both to create an awareness among the members of the community to the imperative need for making womenfolk highly educated and make available the necessary facilities for the young women to pursue higher education in an environment that does not violate established norms of ethical values and tenets of sharia. These goals of the Society are steadily being realised by the grace of Almighty.
The College which started functioning with a humble student strength of forty in the first year has over 800 on its roll as it steps into the eleventh year. This surely is an indication of recognition being accorded to the College by the community. The result of the students in the University Examination is exhilarating both in quantitative and qualitative sense. All the undergraduate and postgraduate candidates presented by the College to the University Examination not only did pass the examination in toto but also had to their credit high distinctions and University ranks.
The College which has been blessed by Allah with a highly Service minded promoters committed to the cause of Women empowerment, is bound to grow, by the grace of Allah, from strength to strength and serve as a bacon of light to the community.