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Shree Gokarnanatheshwara College, Mangalore, Karnataka


Shree Gokarnanatheshwara College, Mangalore, Karnataka
Address: Plot / Street / Area
Plot No : S.No.682/2, 682/3
Mangalore (District Dakshin Kannad)
Karnataka, India
Pin Code : 575003

Shree Gokarnanatheshwara College, Mangalore Karnataka is a recognised institute / college. Shree Gokarnanatheshwara College, Mangalore Karnataka is also known as Shree Gokarnantheshwara College of Education. Shree Gokarnanatheshwara College, Mangalore Karnataka is managed by Society: Shree Venkatesha Shiva Bhakthi Yoga Sangha (R), Gandhinagar Post, Mangalore-575003. Shree Gokarnanatheshwara College, Mangalore Karnataka was established on / in 2006.

Shree Gokarnanatheshwara College is situated in Mangalore of Karnataka state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Mangalore comes under Mangalore Tehsil, Dakshin Kannad District.

Fax # of Shree Gokarnanatheshwara College, Mangalore Karnataka is +91-824-2457221.

email ID(s) is Shree Gokarnanatheshwara College Mangalore Karnataka

Website of Shree Gokarnanatheshwara College, Mangalore Karnataka is www.gokarnanatheshwaracollege.com/.

Contact Details of Shree Gokarnanatheshwara College, Mangalore Karnataka are : Telephone: +91-824-2457226, 2451216


Shree Gokarnanatheshwara College, Mangalore Karnataka runs course(s) in Education stream(s).
B.A., B.Com, BBM, B.Ed.
One year certificate course in Yoga and Tantragama

Profile of Shree Gokarnanatheshwara College

It was an era, when higher education was considered as the privilege of a few in the society. Many young aspirants of higher education, with poor upbringing knocking at the doors of many institutions in Mangalore, had to return barehanded unable to get a seat to pursue their studies.

Date of Submission : 01/07/2010, Thursday 10:23 AM
Teacher Education Institution Registration Details
Reference ID : SKADKNIN-2839
TAN. No :

NACC Accredited : No
--NCTE NACC Grade : NA
--Year of NACC Accredation : NA
Minority : No
--Minorty Type : NA
--Religion : NA
--Language : NA
Location college/institution : Urban
Located in : institusional
Building Type : Its own campus
Total Area(Sq.Mts.) :
Total Built up Area(Sq.Mts.) : 13448
Nature of land holding : Ownership
Type of Land(Lease) : Private
Construction completed Date : 29/04/1996
Shared Campus Area : 5316
Campus shared by : By Resolution
Khasra No./Plot No./Survey No. : S.No.682/2,682/3
Revenue Village of the land : Boloor Village
Land is free from all encumbrances ? : Yes
Type of college/institution : Co-education college
Management of the college/institution : Self financed institution(Private)
Management of college/Institute : NA
Institution or its Managing society/body registered ? : Yes
Registration Act : Socities Act
No. of Non Teaching Staff(Male) : 1
No. of Non Teaching Staff(Female) : 2
No. of Non Teaching Staff(Total) : 3
Area of Reading Room(Sq.Mts.) : 2725
Seating Capacity : 102
Titles of Teacher Education(Library) : 1120
Books of Teacher Education : 2885
No.of Journals : 18
No of Encyclopedias(Library) : 23
Area of Lab : 792
No of Computers : 23
Internet Access ? : Yes
LAN : Yes
Availability of LCD Projector : Yes
Availability of OHP : Yes
Availability of TV : Yes
Availability of VCR : Yes

Name of Experiment(Psycho Lab) :
1)Thematic apperception test-Indian adaptation by Uma Chodhury
2)Group test of Inteligence by Jalota
3)Non Verbal test of Intelligence by Imto Sunghbha
4)Test of Intelligence performance type by Bhatia
5)General test of Creativity
6)Tweezer Dexterity board with
Tweezer and Pins-Aptitude test
7)Finger dexterity board with pins-Aptitude test
8)Directions of Administration and scoring
9)Scoring key abstract reasoning
10)Verbal reasoning form.A

Name of Appratus(Psycho Lab) :
1)Educational interest record by Kuldhreshtha
2)Dairs Battery of differential abilities
3)Mental fatigue of sheetsa) Addition blanks
c)No.of cancellation sheets
4)Concept formation cards
5)Eysenck personality inventory
6)Bell's adjustment inventory
7)Restriction of movement test apparatus-mirror drawing for printed stars
8)Winking reflex apparatus with chin rest-Pavlov classical conditioning test apparatus
9)Electrical steadiness tester with grip dynamiter with reset type counter
10)Electrical yerks multiple choice apparatus concept formation in multiple choice
Area of science Lab : 2464

Physical Science Name Experiment :
1)Insulated copper wire
2)Compass Needle
3)Calorimeter copper,Joules
5)Measuring Jar
7)Magnet U
8)Electric Bell
9)Daniel Cell
10)Spirit Lamp-Brass

Name of Charts(Physical Science) :
1)Combination of colors
3)Grouping of cells into parallel and series
4)Induction coil
5)Motor-AC and DC
6)Transformer step up
7)Transformer step down

Name Experiment(Biological Science) :
1)Mendel's Experiments
4)Secondary growth of Dicot stem

Name Charts(Biological Science) :
1)Human psychology chartsa) Excretory system
b)Skeleton system
c)Respiratory system
d)Digestive system
e)Muscular system
f)Nervous system
g)Blood circulation
2)Eco system
3)Food chain and food web
4)Ultra structure of a cell
5)Skin-longitudinal section

Name Model(Biological Science) :
2)Cell division
3)Skeleton system
Area of Lab(Language Lab) : 792

Name of Equipments(Language Lab) :
1)Language creativity test
2)Essay paragraph analysis scale
3)Scale of reading comprehensive text
4)English hand writing instrument
5)Diagnostic Spelling text
6)An introduction to linguistic text
7)Communicative text

Name of Charts(Language Lab) :
1)Language charts
2)Spoken English with CD
3)Spoken English with cassette
4)Cambridge English Pronounce Duct with CD
5)Speak better English CD
Indoor Game Area : 1008

Indoor Game(D.Ed/B.Ed./M.Ed.courses) :
1) Chess
2) Carrom
3) Table Tennis
4) Physical Gym. Exercises
5) Gym Instruments

Outdoor Games(D.Ed/B.Ed./M.Ed.courses) :
1) Kho-Kho
2) Throw Ball
3) Valley Ball
4) Kabaddi
5) Ball Badmitton
Area of Outdoor Games : 60 x 45

Name and No. of Instruments(arts and carfts) :
1) Tabala
2) Drums
3) Harmonium

Name Charts(arts and carfts) : NA
Name of Models(arts and carfts) : NA

Name of Instruments(Health and Physical...) :
1.Multi Gymnasium,
3.Whieght Lifting set,
4.Power Lifting set

No of Instruments(Health and Physical... ) :
1. Humanity and Diseases charts
2.Comunicable Diseases Charts
3.Foods and Nutrition Charts
4.Chart of Showing balanced diet
5.Charts of Vitamins

Name Charts(Mathematics Resource Center) : NA
Name Model(Mathematics Resource Center) : NA
Name of Instruments (Anatomy,Physiology... ) : NA
Name of Charts (Anatomy,Physiology ...) : NA
Name of Equipments(Atheletic Care) : NA
Name of Charts(Atheletic Care) : NA
Name and No. of Instrumernts(Cultural Facility) : NA
Name and No. of Instruments(Athletics) : NA
Size of Track(Athletics) : NA
Indoor Games(C.P.Ed/B.P.Ed./M.P.Ed.courses) : NA
Indoor Game[Area](C.P.Ed/B.P.Ed./M.P.Ed.courses) : 0
Outdoor Games(C.P.Ed/B.P.Ed./M.P.Ed.courses) : NA
Area of Alloted Outdoor Games : 0
Gym Facility for Women : Yes
Area of Men Gym(sq.Mts.) : 0
No of Stnations(men) : NA
Area of Women Gym : 0
No of Stnations(women) : NA
Mode of Salary : Through Cheque
Salary Transfer(Faculty) : Each faculty seperately
Account Details of Bank (Salary) : 3317
Date of Opening of Bank A/c : 15/12/2007
Opening Balance : 27255
Fees : 26975
Donation : 0
MISC : 0
Total Amount Receipts : 54230
Expenditure Teacher Salary : 82000
Expenditure Non Teacher Salary : 7500
Expenditure Library : 0
Expenditure Laboratory : 0
Expenditure Furniture : 0
Expenditure Misc : 0
Total Expenditure : 89500
Balance of Funds Available During Year : 0
Name of Auditor/CA : P. Narendra Pai
Address of Auditor/CA :
Deenar Mension Buliding IInd Floor
Hampankatta Mangalore
Phone NO. : 9845109595

Teaching Faculty Details
Teacher id Designation
SKADKNTE-22229 Lecturer in Education
SKADKNTE-15134 Principal
SKADKNTE-16411 Lecturer in Education
SKADKNTE-22850 Lecturer in Education
SKEENKTE-22885 Lecturer in Education
SKADKNTE-16721 Lecturer in Education
SKADKNTE-22155 Lecturer in Computer Education
SKADKNTE-22922 Lecturer in Physical Education

Composition of Society/Trust
Name Address
Sri. M. Seetharam Pro.J.V.Son and Co., Hampankatta, Mangalore-1
Sri. S. Jayavikram Shiva Bagh, Near Kadri Service Station, Kadri, Mangalore-2
Sri. K. Thejomaya, B.E. Dwaraka, Arya Samaja Cross Road, Mangalore- 3
Sri. Shekar Poojary High Land House, Rao Bahadur Giriyappa Garden, Highland, Mangalore-2
Sri. M.Jagannath, B.A.B.L. Notary and Advocate, Near Urwa Marigudi, Mangalore-6
Sri. B.P. Harish Kumar Panchalingeshwara House, Urwa Marigudi Road, Mangalore-6
Sri. M. Dheeraj Prof. J.V.Builders, Hampankatta, Mangalore-1
Sri. B.G.Suvarna Marigudi Cross Road, Urwa, Mangalore-6
Sri. Praveen Kumar Devi Vilas, Pratap Nagar, Mangalore-3
Sri. B. Devadas Contractor, Gandhinagar, Mangalore-3
Sri. Udaya Kumar B Principal, Shree Gokarnanatheshwara College of Education

Media coverage of Shree Gokarnanatheshwara College, Mangalore Karnataka, Karnataka

NAAC report of Shree Gokarnanatheshwara College

Shree Gokarnanatheshwara College was started in 1982 by Shree Venkatesa Shiva Bakthi Yoga Sangha. It was established as a composite college providing Pre-University education in Arts, Science and Commerce and three years degree Courses in Arts, Commerce and Management. The College is affiliated to Mangalore University and is situated in the midst of serene greenary at Gandhinagar, Mangalore.

The objectives of Shree Gokarnanatheswara College include the following :

To provide and spread liberal education for the underprivileged section of the society.

To meet academic needs in accordance with their social, economic and educational environment.

To ensure and enhance the quality of students through quality education.

The institution has put its faith on the message of Shree Narayana Guru 'One Caste, One Religion and One God and to educate people to be free and organize to be strong'.

The college volunteered to be assessed by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council, Bangalore and a Peer Team comprising of Dr.Janardhan Waghmere, Former Vice -Chancellor, SRTM University, Nanded as Chair Person, Dr.K.Subbammal, Dean, S.R.M Institute of Teacher Education and Research (Deemed University), Katangaulathur, Kanchipuram, Tamilnadu as Member Coordinator and Dr.Sr.Annamma Philip Principal, Stella Maris College, Chennai as member, visited the college on 28th and 29th July 2004.

The team interacted with all the Departments and other constituents of the college and verified the necessary documents to validate the Self Study Report. The college is included in the list of colleges under Section 2(f) and 12(B) of the U.G.C. Act. It gives instruction in the disciplines of Arts, Commerce and Management at the first degree level. The College is Co-educational and the following courses are offered by the College.

Degree courses in Economics, History, Political Science, Commerce and Management.

Certificate Course in Veda and Tantragama.

The courses B.A. and B.Com are aided by the Government and B.B.M and the certificate courses are unaided. The full time faculty consists of 20 members and there are 20 administrative staff members including technical assistant. The total number of students of the assessment year is 476.

The institution has central library, computer centre, Sports facilities, canteen etc.

The unit cost of education is Rs.8968 including salary and Rs.1390 excluding salary.

Shri Gokarnanatheshwara College offers the following courses of study, B.A., B.Com and B.B.M. The college is affiliated to the Mangalore University, which prescribes the syllabi for the courses of study. The goal of the college is to provide higher education for the under-privileged sections of society and this is reflected in the teaching methodology. Teaching is done both in English and the vernacular medium to enable the academically weaker students to improve their understanding.

The programmes offered in the college are helpful to the student population since they are job oriented thus making them employable to a certain extent - e.g. B.B.M and B.Com. with options in Business Taxation and Personnel Management and Industrial Relations. This also makes it evident that the college is committed to its goal of helping the weaker sections of society.

The college does not offer any PG courses.

There is no system of feedback or review by peers and employers in the redesigning of programmes since the college is under the Mangalore University and does not have the freedom to change the syllabi etc. The institution contributes to curriculum designing and framing of syllabi through the faculty who are members of the Boards of Studies and the Academic Council of the parent University.

The college has introduced a certificate course in Veda Tantragama from the academic year 2003 -2004.

The college is also committed to providing all its students the opportunity of becoming Computer literate.

The institution, because of its commitment of providing higher education for the economically weaker sections, has a cut off mark of 35% for admission into the degree programme. Admission is through an Interview and the student is given the choice to select the optional subjects of his/her choice.

Academically weaker students are assisted through remedial teaching and coaching classes after class hours. Academic Advisors guide the students throughout their period of study. Special coaching classes are also conducted to help students to get through their arrear examinations. Thus student progress is well monitored and ample assistance is given to the students who are academically weak. Parents are invited to the college to discuss the progress of their wards and the university results are intimated to them by post.

Faculty members prepare the teaching plan at the beginning of the year and this is executed in a proper manner so that the teacher is able to complete the syllabus on time even if the receptive capabilities of the students are low. The teaching - learning process is examination oriented.

Apart from seminars and guest lectures, teaching methodology includes use of audio-visual aids and OHP. The students are drawn in to participating in group discussions to improve their vocabulary and team -spirit, question and answer sessions to improve their reading habit and solving problems on the board to develop and build their confidence.

The mechanism adopted by the college for recruiting teachers is only by interview. The state government pays 17 members of the faculty and the management pays the other 7 members. All faculty have the minimum prescribed qualification.

The college has encouraged teachers to appraise their performance both at the institutional level and individual level. Students have also been giving feedback on their campus experience from the academic year 2002-2003. Student evaluation on aspects such as courses offered, course content, library and sports facilities, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities, etc. is part of the institution's feed back.

Faculty are encouraged to participate in faculty development programmes to update their knowledge. The college has also sponsored a few seminars and workshops to develop their knowledge base.

An improvement of the results in the last two years - 2001-2002 and 2002-2003 reflects the sincerity and commitment of the faculty to the cause of higher education.

Two faculty members who were deputed under the UGC's FIP scheme have submitted their doctoral theses and two have submitted their M.Phil. theses. Three faculty members have published poetry / articles /literary pieces in local newspapers. One member is recognised as a project guide for the M.B.A. programme of IGNOU. The college extends support to the faculty if and when required to help them pursue research activities.

There is no full-fledged research activity in the college. There are no research projects funded by external agencies.

Students of B.B.M. are engaged in research as part of the project work for the award of the degree.

Faculty members are given all possible encouragement to share their expertise through guest lectures. The institution does no formal consultancy work.

In the area of extension activities the institution has designated persons for different extension activities through the NCC and the NSS officers.

The college has engaged the students in various activities such as Blood donation camps, AIDS awareness programmes and Rainwater harvesting. A fortnightly magazine 'Griha Patrika' helps improve public opinion on adult education, population growth and community development.

Faculty members are assigned duties of co-ordinating the extension activities and the college also associates itself with local NGO's and GO's in their work.

The institution has adequate basic infrastructure facilities in terms of classrooms, rest rooms, computer laboratory, canteen, audio-visual facility and reading rooms. In addition the college has put in place a multi-purpose gymnasium with facility for both outdoor and indoor sports and games.

The college ensures that its facility such as the library, canteen, sports and photocopying facility are used by the faculty and students.

The institution is also used for the conduct of examinations of various agencies and organizations - academic and non-academic, such as the Railway Recruitment Board, and the Mangalore University for evaluation.

The library has collection of 13,274 volumes. A book bank facility is also available for the poor and need students.

Computerization of administrative offices and library is yet to be completed.

The college hopes to put into place several more facilities for its faculty and students and has over the last few years been periodically investing in its infrastructure facilities.

The entire present infrastructure is maintained by the college with the help of hired staff and volunteers of the NSS and NCC.

The college admits students strictly following the norms of the university and Government. The prospectus and the calendar published every year contain all the necessary information regarding eligibility, college governance, courses offered, subject of specialization, examination pattern and details of fee structure etc. Students of the college benefit from the scholarships available from the government and the college also provides a few scholarships from outside sources and through self mobilizing sources. About 300 students get the benefits of scholarship every year.

The existing programme for students progression as measured by the percentage of pass is 69.4% and 65.33% respectively for the first batch and the second batch of the last year. Alumni association was formed only in 2002-03. They are participating in the activities of the college such as Seminars, National and College Day Celebrations, Blood Donation Camp etc. Some of the alumini are occupying important positions in society.

The college does not have a separate counseling centre and a professional counsellor. But each student is assigned to an academic advisor who guides and counsels the student. A cumulative record is maintained in which the particulars of each student are recorded. Remedial measures are undertaken periodically. Career, academic and personal counselling are done for students through H.R.D. cell. Students get ample opportunities in participating cultural programmes. Students are also encouraged to take part in various competitions at the college level and at the inter collegiate level. The college runs a yoga centre. Various social service activities are undertaken through N.S.S. and N.C.C.

The college does not have a hostel of its own for its students coming from outside area.

The college, managed by Shree Venkatesha Shiva Bhakthi Yoga Sangha has a separate governing Council for the management of the college. The 15 member council includes President, Correspondent, Principal and two teacher representatives. The Principal with the assistance of teaching and non-teaching staff executes the decisions taken by the Council. In the matter of academic transaction, departments are given autonomy. There are eight departments which include language departments English, Kannada and Hindi. The Business Management department is a self financing department. The organizational structure is conducive to the effective functioning of the college. The budgeting and auditing procedures are effective and every year academic calendar is prepared by the Principal in consultation with the staff council. The college governing body has given autonomy to the staff council in preparing the plan of action connected with curricular and co-curricular activities. Welfare programmes such as medical assistance, mid-day meal, remedial coaching, scholarships, endowment prizes etc are organized for the benefit of students.

Value education is integrated into the curriculum. The methods include Yoga Education, Spiritual talks and discussion etc. Academic and administrative matters are reviewed through periodic meetings by the management, Principal and Staff. The college inculcates civic responsibility among the students through N.S.S. and N.C.C. activities. The college is yet to develop national and international linkages for training and research. The college has conducted sample survey on 6 different questionnaires developed by NAAC and the results are encouraging. Majority are happy with the academic work, performance of the teachers, job opportunity, work culture etc.
It is noteworthy to find that the college is extending its service to the community by providing facilities in the campus, for free medical assistance for the public, GYM facilities and others.

Over all Analysis and Recommendations
Shree Gokarnanatheswara College, Mangalore started in 1982, provides adequate facilities of infrastructure and other supportive systems, which facilitate, the effective functioning of the institution, which is inspired by the Great Preceptor, Shree Narayana Guru. The college has a congenial climate and value system for higher education among youth. The institution was founded, with the objective of providing education to the neglected section of the society. The college is affiliated to the Mangalore University and hence follows the curriculum, framed by the University.

In keeping with the objective of providing higher education to the under-privileged section of Society, teachers, design their methods of teaching, to reach the students.

At present the college offers three U.G. Courses leading to B.A., B.Com, and B.B.M. Degrees. Established more than two decades ago, the institution should develop further in higher education, by offering post graduate courses and other need based UG Courses. That the focus is on employability of youth after graduation, needs to be appreciated.

Admission to the college is based on the marks obtained in the previous qualifying examinations. After entry, the students are placed under the guidance of Academic Advisers, who conduct Orientation and Induction programmes, to instill self-confidence in students. Teachers prepare their annual teaching plan, in the beginning of the academic year and they modify the plans, as and when needed. Learner-centred methods such as Seminars, class room discussions and project work are followed.

Changing trends in the global environment pose several challenges for higher education and the institution should develop larger and wider perspective, outside the college campus, for further growth, towards maturity and wisdom. In such a context, the importance of information technology for student -progress and for faculty advancement needs to be focused.

The college offers education to empower the students most of whom are from socially and economically backward groups. Student-motivation to continue their study and striving towards academic progress is essential. Interest and academic motivation need to be instilled in students to complete their studies and move towards further progress.

Education and Empowerment go hand in hand, according to the great Shree Narayana Guru, and this pragmatic philosophy should be followed through proper application of education at the college. The college states that the development of knowledge and skill in the programmes offered is 3:2, and based on a survey conducted by the institution nearly 2/3 of the respondents (127, SSR) expressed their opinion that curricula designed must be relevant to the job market requirements and nearly 92% of the students expressed their opinion that computer literacy must be part of the curricula.

The college is totally dependent on the University for the academic curriculum. Some of the faculty are members of the Board of Studies and other academic bodies in the University. Curricular revision for updating of knowledge is very essential. Periodic curriculum revision for facing new challenges in the frontiers of higher education are highly necessary today.

The college strives for interpersonal rapport in class-room, teaching, learning transaction and task efficiency are attempted in many of the programmes. It is suggested that the strength of this college should be further enhanced, by weakening of the weaklinks in the system. The following recommendations are hence made.

The curricular framework, followed from the University, does not provide, much flexibility in experimenting with the syllabi, but innovative techniques of teaching and learning could be provided, during curricular transactions, utilizing educational technology equipments and aids. Facilities such as Language- laboratory and use of electronic media, wherever feasible are recommended.

Teacher -performance appraisal by self, by peers and by students may be attempted periodically and modification of teaching -learning transaction based on the feed back from such appraisal is suggested.

From the Report (SSR) and from verification of the system, it is found that teachers need to be motivated to undertake research work, including Ph.D and minor and major research projects. Research needs to be encouraged and developed, in the college. Very few teachers have done research and only a few of them have registered for their research degrees. Major and minor research projects and faculty improvement in individual research leading to M.Phil and Ph.D. in the respective disciplines, need to be undertaken.

Students coming from far off places and rural areas spend time in commutation. To avoid this college may provide residential provision separately for boys and girls.

It is essential that computer literacy should be provided for all the students, teaching faculty and non-teaching staff of the college, to enable them to be knowledgeable and skilled in the basics of Information Technology. Internet facility with user charges may also be provided to all the students and staff members.

It is suggested that English and Kannada languages be included as Optional Subjects.

It is also suggested to start Post Graduate courses in the subjects which are offered at the first degree level to facilitate students who intend to pursue their higher studies.

Refresher courses, orientation programmes and other pragmatic approaches are recommended for improving academic efficiency of the faculty.

Remedial teaching for academically weaker students and feed back are essential in an environment, where the majority of students are from the backward sections of society. Grievance Redressal Committee and Counselling Unit should function effectively and the feed back reports should be maintained.

The Parent-Teacher Association and the Alumni Association should be strengthened. The University examination results, in general, are good, but poor performance is observed in certain disciplines, which needs immediate remedial action and improvement.

It is suggested that number of volumes in the College library be increased and also provided with effective computer facilities. Functioning of the library and office may be fully computerized.

For further expansion of the College, construction of hostels especially for girls, the Society needs more lands. It is recommended that the Society acquires more lands.

The College is striving towards system- maintenance. In the process, motivation to excel in higher education should be taken care of effectively. The institution has potentiality for development and growth in academics, in administration and in realizing the laudable objectives, set forth, by the Leaders, who started this venture in higher education.

The peer team desires that Shree Gokarnanatheshwara College, Mangalore, striving towards growth and excellence in higher education, by its consistent and persistent endeavour in all aspects and stand testimony to the life of Shree Narayana Guru, who lived for universal brotherhood and happiness of humanity.

The peer team appreciates the efforts of the College in realizing the mission of Shree Narayana Guru: 'Educate to be free, Organise to be strong'.

The NAAC peer team is thankful to the Management, Principal and the Co-ordinator for providing the necessary facilities for its visit.

Dr.Janardhan Waghmere, Chairperson
Former Vice -Chancellor,
SRTM University,
Nanded, Maharastra.

Dr.K.Subbammal, Member Coordinator
Dean, S.R.M Institute of
Teacher Education and
Research (Deemed University),
Katankulathur, Tamilnadu

Dr.Sr.Annamma Philip, Member
Stella Maris College (Autonomous)
Chennai, Tamilnadu.

Name of the Principal : Smt.Sujaya Ashok

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