Paramakudi is a town, a municipality in Ramanathapuram district in the state of Tamil Nadu. The river Vaigai flows through Paramakudi on its way to the Bay of Bengal. It is the Political and Revenue headquarters of Ramanathapuram district. Paramakudi is the gateway for entrants to Madurai, Sivagangai and Ramanathapuram districts from north and west.
The Govt.ITI has an excellent infrastructure facilities like spacious buildings, fully equipped laboratories, workshops, computer labs with broadband internet connectivity, and well-qualified, experienced and dedicated instructors.
Paramakudi is an important commercial center. Cotton and chilli are the main cultivated crops in the villages surrounding the town. The city is well developed and offers every facility for education, health care and entertainment.
The town is located on south east Tamil Nadu and connected by NH 49 it connects Kochi and Rameswaram this road also connects Paramakudi with Chennai, Madurai, Theni, Pondicherry, Aruppukottai, Tuticorin and Kanyakumari. The town is connected well by railroads with major cities in India through Madurai Junction and Tiruchirappalli Junction from Rameswaram.