Cells and Clubs

The College Council

The college council constituted as per the statutes of the Mahatma Gandhi University, is the chief decision making body of the college. The heads of the departments, elected staff members and the librarian constitute the council, with the Principal as President.

Discipline Committee

The Discipline Committee comprising of the following teachers Dr. Laly Mathew ( Vice Pricipal), Dr. Reemol Skaria ( Coordinator), Dr. Rosa M.V., Dr. K.V. Thomas, Rev. Fr. Varghese Paul Thottiyil headed by the Principal monitors the law and order of the college and maintains general discipline.

Students’ Grievance Redressal Cell

A mechanism for the redressal of  the students’ grievances l functioning in the college Grievances related to union activities and other allied non academic matters Will be sorted out at the primary level by the staff advisers to the college union. Grievances pertaining to academic matters will be taken up by the teachers concerned. Grievances, if any, will  be further heard by the respective Head of the Department. At the appellate level,  all the unresolved issues will be redressed by the Principal in consultation with the college council. the discipline committee and the Manager. There is a separate grievance redressal mechanism for lnternal evaluation.

Employees’ Grievance Redressal Mechanism

The grievances of the members of the staff including teachers and assistants of laboratories and library will be resolved at the primary level by a committee consisting of the Head and the next senior most member of the Department concerned. The grievances of the other members of  the non-teaching staff will be heard and decided by a committee consisting of the Senior Superintendent and Head Accountant. The unresolved issues if any, will be further looked into by a committee consisting of the Principal and the Manager.

Placement Cell

The Placement Cell is aimed at roping in prospective employers to the college for campus recruitment. Besides this, the Cell also provides career guidance to students to make them employable.

Counselling Services

A trained counsellor and teachers trained in the area help to sort out issues for students who are faced with problems. The tutor identifies the student who is in need of counselling and refers him/her to the counsellor, who is given the required assistance.

Tutorial System (Academic Assistance)

Tutorial system visualises to provide academic assistance to students in their problem areas and to ensure thereby. more of endeavour, involvement, discipline and regularity from their side. Towards achieving this goal. a group of 20 students each are put under the personal supervision of two tutors, one of whom would be the class teacher of the batch. The tutor acts as a personal guide and counsellor to the student.

Remedial Coaching

An Entry Level test conducted at the beginning of the first semester helps to identify the weak students and remedial coaching is given to them in the subject. A library has been set up to improve the language skills of the students as part of this.

Coaching for Entry into Services

Students of the college as well as job aspirants of the locality are rendered coaching in PSC  and other competitive examinations during the weekends.

Equal Opportunity Centre

Awareness in equal opportunity for the maginalised is created through seminars, workshops and classes conducted by the Equal Opportunity Centre.

Value Education

Talks, classes and symposiums on ethics and values are imparted during free hours and also on a general basis from time to time.

Anti-ragging Cell

Consisting of staff members from all departments this cell ensures the smooth assimilation of the freshers into the college community. The anti-ragging squad is a core group of the cell which acts as a task force.

Women’s Cell

The Women’s Cell provides a platform for holistic empowerment to the socially and economically marginalized girl students coming from a rural background who form the majority of the student community. The members include all the women staff members (teaching and non-teaching) and girl students.

Non Academic

Equal  Opportunity Center

Counseling Center

Financial Aid to Students

Disaster Management

Womans’ Cell

Friends of Fauna

Nature Club

Encon Club

Entrepreneurship Club

Chess Club

Justice/ Legal Awareness Club

Tourism  Club

Anti-Ragging  Cell

Anti-Narcotic Cell

Anti-Sexual Harassment Cell

Media club

Literary club

Music club

Dance club

Drama club

Sports & Games club

Debate club

Quiz club

Fine Arts club

Literacy club

Laughing club


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