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St Joseph College (SJC), Bangalore, Karnataka
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PB 27094, 36 Lalbagh Road
Shanthi Nagar
Bangalore (District Bangalore)
Karnataka, India
Pin Code : 560027


St Joseph College (SJC), Bangalore Karnataka is a recognised institute / college. St Joseph College (SJC), Bangalore Karnataka is also known as SJC Bangalore, St Josephs Arts and Science College Bengaluru. St Joseph College (SJC), Bangalore Karnataka was established on / in 1882.


Principal of St Joseph College (SJC), Bangalore Karnataka is Dr. Fr. Victor Lobo, S J.

St Joseph College (SJC) is situated in Bangalore of Karnataka state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Bangalore comes under Bengaluru (Bangalore) Tehsil, Bangalore District.

email ID(s) is St Joseph College (SJC) Bangalore Karnataka

Website of St Joseph College (SJC), Bangalore Karnataka is http://www.sjc.ac.in/.

Chairman : Dr. Rev. Stanislaus D.

Contact Details of St Joseph College (SJC), Bangalore Karnataka are : College Office: 080 22274079, 080 22211429
Office Email:

College Office Hours:
Monday - Friday : 9AM to 5PM
Saturday : 9AM to 1PM

Controller Of Exam: Dr. Mohanadas, Email: coe@sjc.ac.in

Public Relations Officer / Placement Officer, Email: placement@sjc.ac.in, pro@sjc.ac.in
Mobile: 97390 57989, 73384 96811
Visiting Time: 12:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. (Mon-Fri)

Admin Email: admin@sjc.ac.in
Student Verification or Certificate Verification Mobile: 09094616161

Location:
In 2001 The college moved from the Residency Road campus to new premises in the erstwhile Hostel campus at the intersection of Langford Road and Lalbagh Road.

Note: Following colleges are different (but all under the same management):
St Josephs College, Bengaluru (This college runs arts and science courses)
St Joseph's College of Commerce, Bangalore
St. Joseph’s Institute of Management (formerly St Joseph College of Business Administration, Bangalore)


Other colleges of Jesuit Educational Network, Mumbai
St Aloysius College (Autonomous), Mangalore
Xavier Institute of Management, Bhubaneshwar
St Xaviers College, Mumbai (Bombay)
Xavier Institute of Communications, Mumbai (Bombay)
Loyola College, Chennai
St Joseph College (Autonomous), Trichy
St Xaviers College, Kolkata (Calcutta)
St Josephs College, Darjeeling
Xavier Labour Ralations Institute (XLRI), Jamshedpur
Xavier Institute of Management and Research, Mumbai (Bombay)
Loyola ICAM College of Engineering and Technology (LICET) Nungambakkam, Chennai
Xavier Institute of Engineering, Mumbai


Approval details: St Joseph College (SJC) is affiliated with Bangalore University, Bangalore (Karnataka)

Profile of St Joseph College (SJC)

We are a college of 126 years imparting graduate, post-graduation and research education. One of the oldest colleges of the state, we are ever new. While we take pride in our traditions, we are never complacent. We keep on searching, renewing and expanding, attempting to be ever relevant to the changing situations of the times. That is why we enjoy a place of eminence among educational institutions in the country. The college is accredited by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council. In 2004, the college was declared as a college of potential excellence by the University Grants Commission, New Delhi, along with 47other colleges in the country. After examining the academic level of the college, St Joseph's was declared as an autonomous college by the Karnataka Government in 2005 on the recommendation of the University Grants Commission, New Delhi.

History of the College
The college was founded in 1882 by the Fathers of the French Foreign Mission. The need for instituting a College of this magnitude in Bangalore was felt by the catholic Missionaries and it was the vicar apostolic of the coramandel coast, the Rev. Dr. Bonnand, who propounded the idea, in 1841, in a letter to Rev. Fr. Bertrand. Complying with the order, the Foreign Missions Society of Paris bought a plot of land on St. John's Hill and gradually made the transition to the location it occupies today.

The college traces its history to 1882, when the Missions Etrangeres' de Paris established St Joseph's European High School. Its operations were handed to the Jesuits in 1937 and the Department of Commerce created in 1949. In 1972, St. Joseph's College was divided, with its College of Arts and Sciences and its College of Commerce becoming independent, although both remain under the administration of the Bangalore Jesuit Educational Society.

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NAAC report of St Josephs College

SECTION I
INTRODUCTION
St. Joseph's College, Bangalore, is one of the country's oldest colleges. It was in 1882, when the Institution was founded by French Foreign Mission Priests of Paris as an Intermediate College with two students. Thirteen years later, the Degree classes were started in 1892 with the Departments of English, French and Kannada. The Departments of Mathematics and Physics were added in 1895; Urdu, Tamil and Sanskrit in 1900; Economics in 1923; and Hindi, Political Science, History and Sociology in 1935. In 1937, the College was handed over to the Society of Jesus, popularly known as Jesuits (the current Management); and the Departments of Chemistry, Botany and Zoology were added in 1955; Environmental Science in 1983; Industrial Relations and Electronics in 1986, when it became the first affiliated College in Karnataka to offer Post-Graduate courses. The Department of Computer Science was started in 1987; Microbiology in 1988 and Biotechnology in 2002. PG Courses in Botany and Chemistry - 1986, Microbiology - 1999 have also been started. MA in English, Political Science & MSW have been added in 2005

It is a minority-run grant-in-aid College striving to exercise a preferential option for students from the underprivileged sections of society. The College is located in urban surroundings, and housed in about 10.5 acres of land. The College was recognized by the UGC on December 22, 1982. True to its motto 'Fide et Labore' (Faith and Toil), the College aims at providing an education that combines intellectual growth with the development of social, moral and personal values. In its admission policy, it also strives to exercise a preferential option for students from the underprivileged sections of society. The College actively strived to bring the benefits of good education to its students, regardless of caste or creed.

There are in all 2,228 students in the College, out of whom 37% are female students. There are 49 overseas students.

There are in all 129 teachers, out of whom 80 are male and 49 female. 94 teachers are full time/aided, out of whom 65 are male and 29 female. Four teachers are on a tenure of 5 years, out of whom 3 are male and one female. Five teachers are on a tenure of 2 years, out of whom 2 are male and 3 female. 23 teachers are on a contract for about 10 months, out of whom 8 are male, and 15 female. Three teachers are part-time, out of whom 2 are male and one female. There are 55 non-teaching staff.

The College is affiliated to the Bangalore University. It was granted Autonomy in 2004. The UGC recognized the College as a 'College with Potential for Excellence' in 2004. It has started functioning as an Autonomous College in 2005. The College was assessed and accredited by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) in 2000 with 4 - stars (A****).

The College applied to the NAAC for re-accreditation during 2005; and submitted the Re-accreditation Reports Part 1 (e-format) and II to the NAAC for Re-accreditation. Since the college has submitted its Re-Accreditation report based on its performance of first five years as an affiliated college, it is being assessed as per the NAAC's framework for an affiliated college. The NAAC constituted the Peer Team for Re-Accreditation with Professor Bhoomittra Dev, Former Vice-Chancellor, Deen Dayal Upadhyay Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur and Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Rohilkhand University, Bareilly, as Chairman; Professor B. Sampath Kumar, Secretary, Former Principal, P.S.G. College of Arts and Science, Civil Aerodrome, Post Combatore-641 014, as member; Professor P. Pramada Devi, Principal, Bharat Degree College for Women, Nallakunta, Vegetable Market Lane, 2/1/164, Hyderabad - 560 044, as Member; Dr. Jagannath Patil, Deputy Adviser, NAAC, as NAAC-Coordinator and Mr. Badareesh, Senior Manager, Business Excellence, ACE Designers Ltd., Bangalore , as Observer from Industry.

The Peer Team studied the Re-Accreditation Reports; visited the College on December 15 - 17, 2005; interacted with the Principal, Governing Body, IQAC, Parents, students, Alumni/ae, Welfare Officers and Mentors, Centre for Social Concern and NGOs, Institutes of linkages; visited the Departments, various facilities, offices and support services; validated documents and prepared the Re-accreditation Report, Criteria-wise, as per the guidelines of NAAC, as follows:-

SECTION II
CRITERION WISE ANALYSIS
Criterion I
Curricular Aspects.
Since the St. Joseph's College is an affiliated College, it has no scope to put their ideas in the curriculum. However, it has tried to put some efforts for reform. Many of the teachers of this Institution are the members of the Boards of Studies of the Bangalore University. The College has started its own Certificate and add-on-courses popularly known as 'Honours' courses, outside the regular hours. The certificates are given in the name of the College. Hence the teachers are having some autonomy in course - design, teaching methodology and evaluation.

The College has 'three-major system', as prescribed by the Bangalore University. Three courses in B.A.; 9 courses in B.Sc. have options. At PG level, the College has M.Sc. Botany, M.Sc. Chemistry, M.Sc. Microbiology. In the year 2005, M.A. English, M.A. Political Science and Master of Social work have been started. Since the traditional programmes do not have a specific career-oriented forms, the students are constantly given inputs on the career opportunities in their study. The Bio-technology and B.C.A. courses are the emerging courses in the education field. These courses are having the option to do the project, which will help the students in their future.

The College has established Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) in the month of September 2000. The IQAC Committee meets every month. This Committee recommended a new mentor system. According to this, the mentor will be a responsible person from the beginning to the end of the course-duration of a student. Academic excellence, character formation and social concern are the basic core values, promoted through IQAC.

The PG chemistry students are provided 'in plant training' in Industrial laboratories and hospitals during vacation.

The non-core subjects like 'Honours' programmes, HRD and personality development provide the additional options to the students. The 17 Non-core subjects have been designed by the departments. This shows the teachers' interest in the Institution.

The aims and objectives of the College are Academic Excellence, social concern and character formation. The College has a mission statement. Special efforts are made to integrate the College's objectives with its curricular programmes. Over all discipline is maintained; and it reflects the mission and goals of the college.

The 'Honours' and HRD courses are evaluated annually; and suggestions for reworking are implemented regularly either in existing course or by starting alternate courses. In the present affiliating system, it takes a minimum 12 months to introduce a new programme. The procedure adopted by the University results in delay in getting the new courses as is evident in the affiliating system. The College has introduced 2 UG courses (BCA, MEC, Biotechnology) and 3 PG Courses ( M.A. English, Political Science, MSW) in the last five years. The College has established some linkages with industries. Hence, the students of this College have enough opportunity to gain industries-exposure also.

For the regular courses, the College follows the non-semester annual examination system for III year. Now the University has introduced the semester pattern in the Colleges. The Certificate and Diploma courses are having the internal assessment system.

The College has also conducted many camps to raise awareness among students regarding the social, political, economic and environmental realities of contemporary India.

The 'Honours' programmes conducted by the College involve a multidisciplinary and inter-disciplinary approach. The students can choose any course they like and proceed. Only science courses are having some eligibility conditions such as a basic knowledge of the sciences. They want to give knowledge with some skill programmes for the students so that the students can meet the new challenges in the world.

Criterion II
Teaching -Learning and Evaluation
The College follows the Government norms for the admission. 50% of the seats are allotted for students of the Christian Community. The College admits as many students as possible from SC/ST communities. An important aspect of the mission of the College is to admit as many deserving students as possible from underprivileged and marginalized sections of the society. Through this, the College fulfils the aims of social justice; and it contributes towards nation building.

The College has a transparent admission procedure. The Management constitutes a committee for admission. The teachers are a part of interview boards. Students are selected on the basis of marks and other categories of eligibility. The candidates are interviewed and counselled before final admission is made. There is no separate method to assess the student's knowledge/needs and skills before and after admission. However, the Department of English uses a diagnostic test to classify students of the humanities into three streams so as to customize the teaching of English to the real needs of the learner. The College works for more than 225 days in a year. Out of 225 days, 192 days are teaching days. 4:1 is the ratio of teaching and non-teaching staff.

The College provides Foundation Courses at the beginning of the academic year to clarify the doubts of the students. They are giving training for their approach towards the subjects. Advanced learners are given challenging tasks such as research assignments and projects.

The teachers are recruited by a committee. The applications are invited through newspaper announcement and suitable candidates are selected from among the respondents by the committee. The College is not getting sufficient number of qualified candidates. When NET candidates are not available, recruitment is on contract. At present, 23 temporary members of staff were appointed. The teacher student ratio is about 1:25.

The teachers in the College have rich experience in their field. But they do not have quality system for their academic audit. Each teacher maintains a work diary, which is submitted to the Principal each month.

The College has the mentor system. This system is a good way of monitoring student progress, providing aptitude counselling as well as catering to learner differences and special learning needs. The students are given details of the pattern of evaluation well in advance. The tests and examinations are conducted regularly. The valued answer-scripts are given back to the students to clear their doubts in the evaluation.

The College has a well-equipped audio-visual room with LCD projector and multimedia packages. This is accessible to all departments and several departments make use of theses facilities. The teachers are using wide variety of teaching methods. Group discussion, OHP and power point presentation, use of models, computer-aided learning packages multimedia presentation and use of Internet are the modern teaching methods used by the teachers.

The Bio-technology and BCA courses are the emerging courses in the education field. These courses are having the option to do the projects, which will help the students in their future.

The feed back mechanism is there in the College. The College gets students to appraise their teachers through a questionnaire that assures them of confidentiality. The appraisal reports are then handed over by the Principal to the respective teachers, and remedial measures are taken by the teachers concerned.

Criterion - III
Research, Consultancy and Extension
The College has good number of Ph.D. qualified staff members. Teachers are generally encouraged to pursue research and many members of the faculty have got their Ph.D. on part time basis. Teachers are guiding research students for M.Phil. and PhD degrees. There are 52 Ph.D. degree holders and 19 M.Phil.'s in the college. The staff members have obtained their doctoral degree from their research work carried out at prestigious institutes, such as IISc, IITs in India and also in foreign universities.

The College has a research center, namely St. Josephs College Research center. It was established in the year 1998. The Bangalore University has recognized this center and permitted the college to carryout research activities leading to Ph.D. Degree. There are 13 recognized Ph.D. guides in this College, e.g. 9 in Botany, 2 in Chemistry, one in English and one in Kannada subjects. There are 19 research scholars working under guides for their Ph.D degree in the departments of Chemistry (3) Botany (12) English (2) and Sociology (2).

Teachers of this College have participated in many seminars/conferences in other Universities/Colleges. Some of them are invited as Resource Persons. They are often consulted by NGOs, other academic institutions and Government departments. The College also conducted workshops and seminars.

The College conducts programmes each year aimed at faculty development. Neuro-Linguistic programmings, Equilibrium Thinking, Preparation for Autonomy, Higher Education Scenario, research in the social sciences etc. are some of the programmes conducted by the College for the teachers.

The College has developed useful and academically productive linkages with other institutions both at the national and international levels. The College has tie-ups with National Law School University of India, Bangalore & ISRO, Bangalore for their 'Honours' courses. The College recently signed a memorandum of understanding with the Center for the Study of Contemporary Society (CSCS), Bangalore, for various courses and research projects. Another valuable partnership has been initiated with Microsoft and Seatle University, USA, to provide computer literacy to underprivileged students in areas with poor access to computer.

In the last five years, 52 research papers were published in refereed National and International journals. The Impact Factor of some of the Journals in which the research articles have been published is also very high. Many staff members presented research papers at National and International Conferences. One of the staff members has received best paper award at an International Conference. Another staff member in the Department of Chemistry has the credit of two International Patents in the area of carbon nonotubes. The College has also developed very active research collaborations in India and Abroad. One of the staff members in Chemistry was awarded the Commonwealth Fellowship.

St. Joseph's College Research Center has a central instrumentation facility also; and this has acquired a few sophisticated instruments, through its UGC - Colleges with Potential for Excellence programme scheme.

Five staff members are doing their Ph.D work under FIP programme.

In all, the college has completed 5 minor and 3 major (2 DST and 1 UGC) research projects in last five years. There are 6 ongoing minor research projects and one DST funded major research project.

The staff members of various departments have published a number of books. In the last five years, 54 books were published by various Departments.

The College has an excellent extension work through its NSS and CSC units. A large number of NGOs, like Nightingales Medical Trust, 'Volunteer', Sichrem Sandesh, Akshara Foundation, Akshara Vahini have extended their co-operation to this Institution. The fund-raising programmes conducted by this Institution with the help of students for Tsunami/Earth quake is worth mentioning.

The College has one NCC unit. The representation from this NCC unit to National Integration Camp, all India Sainik Camp in New Delhi, Republic Day parades, Trekking Camp is notable. Two students were commissioned in army as Lieutenants.

During the last five years, 39 cadets obtained 'B' certificate and 18 have obtained 'C' certificate.

Criterion IV
Infrastructure and Learning Resources
The growing strength of the College and the introduction of new courses demanded spacious buildings with all academic facilities. Prompt/ timely decision of the Management to construct a new building in an area of about 10.5 acres resulted in providing 60 spacious class rooms, play ground, parking place, canteen, well established laboratories (32), research labs (8), Audio Visual room(1) and seminar room shows the care taken to provide essential infrastructure. A separate building for Humanities takes care of UG and PG courses.

A Library with 10,000-sqft carpet area caters to the need of 2,228 students. Library is fully automated and has 70,337 books. In the past 2 years, books worth Rs. 5.2 lakh are added. Library hours are from 8:45 a.m. to 5:45 p.m. Library Subscribes to 110 magazines, 55 current journals, including 3 foreign journals. A Collection of 200 CDs and DVDs and on-line-journals encourage the students to reading culture and to make use of modern technology. The computer dept. with 250 computers is accessible to all the students and staff. Playground with Basketball, Volleyball, Throw ball, Badminton and Hockey courts motivate students in participating at various levels and bring laurels to the College.

The College spends a sum of Rs.50,000/- p.m. towards the maintenance of furniture and equipment.

Laboratories with multiple equipments encourage the staff and students towards research. The College runs a moderate hostel for boys (20) in the basement.

Care is taken to provide facilities, e.g. canteen, telephone and common rooms for male and women students separately. Medical needs on the campus are attended.

Optimum use of infrastructure during vacation and other holidays acts as resource generation. Instrumentation Centre established with a sum of Rs. 20 lakh facilitates researchers.

Track record in sports field is noteworthy. Students of St. Joseph College represent at the University, Inter University, State National and International levels and bring laurels to the College.

Criterion V
Student Support and Progression.
With student strength of 2,228, the College is opted by many students from other states and overseas students (49). The College takes keen interest in encouraging and promoting academic activities. In the last 3 years, the pass percentage of the students is noted as 95 with considerable number of University ranks. Vertical mobility is about 70%; and dropout rate is about 10% in UG, and 5 % in PG Courses. Besides Government scholarships (Rs. 3,21,721), the College also helped 45 students (Rs. 1,35,000). Deserving students are permitted to pay the fee in installments on request. Mid day meal scheme helps the economically weak students. About 77 students are benefited with this scheme. In order to help them, when there is need, these students are given opportunity to work on holidays and earn some amount. Students of the College are encouraged to participate in co-curricular and extra curricular activities. Alumni/ae Association meetings are held often and the Association helps the College in fund-raising activities to meet the fee expenditure of needy students. Alumni/ae also visit the College to share their wisdom by addressing the students.

Student Counselling Centre takes keen interest in providing personal and career counselling. Mentor system (40:1) helps the students approach their teacher at times of need and also makes them feel secure.

At the entry level, each student is given the College Prospectus. Thus, each student is introduced to the college culture, rules and regulations well in advance.

Employment cell and placement office function actively. On and off-campus interviews are arranged enabling students to secure jobs. In the last two years, about 600 students could find suitable jobs.

The College is in practice of informing the progress of their wards to the parents. Continuous assessment and industry linkage help students grow academically.

Centre for Social Concern sensitizes students towards social responsibly.

A centrally co-ordinated system of evaluation of teachers by students is in place.

Criterion VI
Organization and Management
The College Management aims at ' Excellence with Relevance'. Several steps are taken to translate the mission into practice. Participatory decision-making is encouraged. The Governing Body meets twice a year and takes the stock of the situation. Schemes introduced like mid-day-meal, Staff Welfare Fund, and Credit Society are highly appreciable.

With a moderate budget of Rs.4.7 crore, including self funded course fee, rentals and contributions; the College is in a position to cater to the needs of staff and students. As it is an aided college, the salary component is taken care by the State Government. During the X plan the College has received a sum of Rs. 15.9 lakh from the UGC towards development grant.

Unit cost of education with salary component is Rs 17,784/-; and without salary component it is Rs 3,653/-.

Purchase procedure is transparent and internal audit mechanism is in vogue.

As an affiliated college, it follows the academic schedule of the affiliating University, but an internal calendar/ almanac is drafted to follow monthly tests, mid term tests and other academic related activities besides co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. The College feels the responsibility of organizing orientation and development programmes both for teaching and non-teaching staff.

Student Committees are involved in various activities promoting their potentials/ skills. Various staff and student committees function under the guidance of Co-ordinators and Welfare Officers.

Periodical meetings of IQAC reviews the state of academic and related issues and takes remedial measures to enhance quality.

Criterion VII
Healthy Practices
The peer team has noted following healthy practices evident in functioning of the college:

The College cateres to the needs of students from weaker sections of the society by providing access to higher education.

The College has introduced a number of 100 hour-courses providing additional skills to students.

A well-coordinated system of evaluation of teachers by students is in place.
Keeping pace with the times, the College has introduced courses like Biotechnology and Microbiology.

The collaborative projects/courses with premier organizations like Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), Raman Research Institute and National Law School of India University have been introduced.

The College has variety of linkages with different Non-Government Organizations.

The Center for Social Concern is engaged in activities to develop civic sense and social responsibility in students.

Mid-day meal facility and earn-while-learn scheme for needy students are notable features.

Section - III : Overall Analysis
St. Joseph's College, Bangalore, which has a history of more than 100 years is making efforts to match to the tune of present times in terms of Quality and Excellence in Higher Education. The first accreditation has motivated the college to grow in several directions in the last five years. Especially, huge expansion of infrastructure and efforts of better organization of college affairs through IQAC have added to the strength of the college. The peer team is happy to summarize its observations in form of commendations and recommendations, as follows:-

Commendations:
The college has been identified by UGC as college with potential for excellence and it has also been recently conferred autonomous status.

The college has taken considerable efforts to act on recommendations of first accreditation reports. Lot of infrastructure augmentations and expansion of courses is seen in last five years.

The IQAC of college which has wide participation with criterion wise sub committees; and it has taken steps for several initiatives.

The college students secure average of 4 to 6 university-ranks per year.
Research publications of some of the faculty members in few departments are commendable, few of them with high Impact Factor.

Annual workshops for sharpening skills of teaching staff are commendable.

Publications of books and participation in curriculum design at university level by senior faculty members are appreciable.

Recommendations:
The College may consider implementing the following suggestions in view of the observations made and concerns noted:

Although the College has on roll several teachers with excellent potential, there is considerable scope, still left, for their further academic blossoming.

The Central Library is computerized and is spacious with qualified and competent staff. However, it has yet to grow into a modern Centre of Information Science, accelerating the horizontal and vertical flow of data, information and knowledge on the campus.

The College may consider looking into the possibility of having a hostel for girls.

The Departments of Languages, especially the Department of Urdu, which has only two students on roll and one teacher, need be motivated to adopt modern skills communication-design.

There is scope for faster flow of information between the students and the administration, especially in the extra-curricular areas.

The Departments of Biotechnology and Microbiology require more basal academic support from Biochemistry.

Art, Science and Technology of elucidation of some of the most modern and difficult concepts need more encouragement.

The College may also consider recognizing/awarding/rewarding those teacher-researchers who hold high Impact Factors of their publications, thereby facilitating more creativity on the campus.

The College has large number of Alumni holding high positions in various walks of life. Organized efforts through the Alumni Association may be made for optimal utilization of goodwill and capacity of these well-placed old students.

Use of ICT in maintaining academic records of staff may be further strengthened for periodic appraisal.

Necessary improvisations in infrastructure may be made so as to make the campus disabled-friendly.

The Peer Team wishes to place on record the sincere efforts taken by the Management, Principal, staff members and students to complete the exercise of re-accreditation. The Team wishes the College a bright future, as it moves from affiliated to autonomous status and gears up efforts to tap potential of further academic excellence.

Prof. Bhoomittra Dev
Chairman

Prof. B. Sampath Kumar
Member

Prof. P. Pramada Devi
Member

Fr. Ambrose Pinto
Principal, St. Joseph's College

Date: 17 December 2005

Place: Bangalore

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