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Farook College, Calicut, Kerala
Calicut (District Kozhikode (Calicut))
Kerala, India
Pin Code : 673632


Farook College, Calicut Kerala is a recognised institute / college.
Principal of Farook College, Calicut Kerala is Prof. E.P.Imbichikoya (since 07.04.2011).

Farook College is situated in Calicut of Kerala state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Calicut comes under Kozhikode (Calicut) Tehsil, Kozhikode (Calicut) District.

Fax # of Farook College, Calicut Kerala is +91-495-2440464.

email ID(s) is Farook College Calicut Kerala

Website of Farook College, Calicut Kerala is http://www.farookcollege.ac.in/.


Contact Details of Farook College, Calicut Kerala are : Telephone: +91-495-2440660, 2440661, 2440464
Principal: 0495 - 3014680
email id: farookcollege@sity.com


Other colleges of Farook Colleges Group, Kozhikode (Calicut)
Farook Training College, Kozhikode (Calicut)
Farook Institute of Management Studies, Kozhikode (Calicut)
Rouzathul Uloom Arabic College, Kozhikode (Calicut)


Courses

Farook College, Calicut Kerala runs course(s) in Arts, Commerce, Library and Information Science, Science stream(s).
B.A, B.Sc, B.Com, B.B.A, B.L.I.Sc, M.A, M.Com, M.Sc

Approval details: Farook College is affiliated with University of Calicut, Calicut (Kerala)

Profile of Farook College

Farook College stands unique among the educational institutions of Kerala. In addition to being the largest residential post-graduate institution affiliated to the University of Calicut, it enjoys the distinction of being the most advanced co-educational Muslim minority institution in South India, offering instruction at undergraduate and postgraduate levels as well as guidance in research in specialized fields. Established as a first grade college in 1948, the stages of its growth and expansion run parallel to the gradual emergence of the Muslim community of Malabar from the morass of orthodoxy and superstition to the heights of enlightenment and social prestige.

Dedicated to the cause of social uplift through education, Farook College stands unique among the educational institutions of Kerala. In addition to being the largest residential post-graduate institution affiliated to the University of Calicut, it enjoys the distinction of being the most advanced co-educational Muslim minority institution in South India, offering instruction at undergraduate and postgraduate levels as well as guidance in research in specialized fields. Established as a first grade college in 1948, the stages of its growth and expansion run parallel to the gradual emergence of the Muslim community of Malabar from the morass of orthodoxy and superstition to the heights of enlightenment and social prestige. The story of the college is the story of the community; a story full of struggles and sacrifices, determination and unflagging enthusiasm, a story of co-operative endeavour and multifaceted achievement.

Media coverage of Farook College, Calicut Kerala, Kerala

NAAC report of Farook College

The Muslims of Kerala, in particular the Moplah Community, taking note of the need for their educational advancement, conceived the idea of starting a college in Central Malabar and this eventually lead to the establishment of Farook College in 1948 in Kozhikode. Started as the first First Grade College in that area, it was originally affiliated to the University of Madras. On the reorganization of States, it came under the jurisdiction of the University of Kerala in 1957 and subsequently under the University of Calicut in 1968.

Commencing its academic activities in 1948 with 32 students and 5 teachers and two Undergraduate courses, it has grown steadily over the past 52 years and in 2001 it had an enrollment of 2027 (including Pre-degree) students taught by 149 teachers. Fifteen Undergraduate and Eleven Post Graduate Courses are offered by the College and of the total of 1621 students in these courses, 977 are women and 644 are men.

Farook College, Kozhikode volunteered to be assessed by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council and submitted its Self Study Report in 2001. To validate the Report the National Assessment and Accreditation Council constituted a three member team with Prof. K. Aludiapillai, IAS, Formerly Vice-Chancellor, Madurai Kamaraj University as Chairman and Prof. S.N. Pathan, Director of Higher Education, Government of Maharashtra and Dr. Mrutyunjaya P. Kulenur, Director, College Development Council, Mysore University as members. Dr. Latha Pillai, Adviser, NAAC ably coordinated the visit.

The Team visited the college from October 3rd to 5th, 2001 and had extensive interaction with the Principal, Board of Management, Parents, Alumni, Students and Staff. The team visited all the Departments and saw for themselves the various facilities in the Campus. Based on the information made available before and during the visit through Reports, documents, interaction sessions with stakeholders and discussion among the members of the team the following criterion wise analysis is furnished.

Criterion I - Curricular Aspects:
The aims and objectives of the College have been focussed to the provision of education in modern disciplines against the background of Islamic traditions and culture. It is to devote itself to imparting knowledge and promoting cultural consciousness and an awareness of human heritage so that it leads to an all round development of every student.

Five Undergraduate courses in Arts viz., Arabic and Islamic History, Economics, English, Malayalam and Sociology are offered with English as Part I language and a range of four languages under Part II viz., Malayalam, Hindi, Urdu and Arabic out of which the student can choose one. It is clear that these options are in tune with the objectives of the College. Offer of Indian History, British History, Political Science, Kerala Culture, Journalism, Psychology, etc., as subsidiaries further the aim of helping students to acquire knowledge in the areas of heritage, culture and traditions and develop a sense of unity of all knowledge and religious vision. The importance given to the study of languages and social sciences indicate the concern the college has in promoting human values in a modern society.

Degree Courses in Mathematics, Computer Science, Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology and Statistics with appropriate subsidiaries help the students learn the modern sciences dwindling in them a spirit of inquiry.

Career Orientation is visible in the optional subject 'Travel and Tourism Management' offered in the B.Com Degree Course. Similarly the B.B.S. Course renamed as B.B.A Course from June 2000 - 01, assists the students in the areas of effective communication, application of knowledge and skills in management and understanding of the business environment.

As a state with the highest rate of literacy in the country, the prevalence of a high level of reading habit has perhaps been taken into account while offering the B.L.I.Sc. Course. This is a career oriented one-year programme for graduates providing job opportunities to the youth.

Eleven Post Graduate Degree Courses - Four in Arts, viz., English, Arabic, History and Economics, Six in Sciences, viz., Mathematics, Statistics, Physics, Chemistry, Zoology and Computer Science and one in Commerce help the students in vertical mobility on completing their Degree programmes in the relevant subjects.

Research facilities are available in six departments viz., English, Arabic, History, Statistics, Chemistry and Zoology. These again indicate the vertical integration of academic activities in the college taking advantage of the qualified faculty and infrastructure available in the institution.

Since the College functions under the affiliation system, the curriculum is prescribed by the University with limited scope for innovation or flexibility. However, it is noted that nearly 20 members of the faculty are associated with different Boards of Studies of Calicut University.

The M.Sc. Course in Computer Science is the most recent addition to the courses offered in the College based on the local requirements.

The College might wish to evolve a system of assessing the need for new courses using its links with industries and institutes in the neighbourhood. A review of the options - particularly in the offer of subsidiaries permitted by the University may also help the students to acquire knowledge and skill in emerging areas.

The Peer Team is pleased to note that the College is able to introduce new programmes in a span of six months and overcome difficulties caused by delays generally found in the affiliating system.

Criterion II : Teaching - Learning and Evaluation:
The college with its 21 Departments and 30 programme options keeps its admission open to all students irrespective of creed, sex and religion. Students of different religious groups rub shoulders with one another and carry on their studies in a conducive academic atmosphere. Nearly 60% of the students are women. Among teachers, 34 out of 149 are lady members. The presence of a large number of women students in the campus reflects the impact of high level of literacy in the State and the awareness among the people of the value of higher education and its recognition as an instrument of social security.

Admission for the BBS Course has been regulated through an entrance test. For the B.B.A Course which has succeeded the B.B.S and for other courses marks secured in the qualifying examination and interview are the criteria for selection.

After admissions, tests and examinations are conducted periodically. In addition, Group Discussions, Seminars and Assignments are used to judge the performance of PG students.

With the dropping of the pre-degree classes from the College, the authorities might consider the feasibility of conducting bridge/remedial courses, for under graduate students particularly in the context of most of the students being drawn from rural areas with local language as the medium of instruction.

Language skills - both in English and Part II Language - help the students a lot during and after their student career. It may be worthwhile considering the establishment of a language laboratory using computer for improving the spoken and written communication skills of students. This might particularly help those who take to teaching as their career after completion of college studies. The Peer Team is happy to note that in the Rs. 150 lakhs library complex now under construction, provision have been made for a language laboratory.

Lecture method is predominant in undergraduate courses as a tool for imparting instruction. To make the classes more interesting and attractive the use of other teaching techniques and use of computer technology may be thought of. Liberal use of overhead projectors and audio, video material in the teaching - learning process will enhance the students receptivity.

The team is happy to note that individual teachers design their schedule and complete the portions atleast a couple of weeks before the commencement of the examinations. It is perhaps feasible to document the individual plans of teachers ensuring that the entire syllabus is covered and wherever possible appropriate teaching aids are prepared and used.

The annual system of examinations is adopted for the under graduate courses by the Calicut University to which this College is affiliated. Hence there is little scope for any innovation in evaluation. The College might wish to issue a record of the participation of the student in various curricular and co-curricular activities in the College and this is likely to bring out the various strengths and capabilities of students. For the Post Graduate courses the semester system is being followed from the current academic year i.e. 2001 -2002 with 20 percent of the marks assigned for continuous internal assessment.

The faculty of the College are recruited as per regulations of the Calicut University and Government of Kerala. Due to the shedding of pre-degree course from Colleges no fresh recruitment has been made during the past two years. However, temporary teachers are appointed and their salaries are met by the Management / Parent Teacher Association where needed.

Twenty members of the faculty have participated in Seminars / Conferences / Workshops during the last two years. This has helped them to update their knowledge in their subjects. Under Faculty Improvement Programme 12 teachers received benefit during 1999 - 2000 and 2000 - 2001.

Two teachers have been honoured with the Best Teacher Award of the Calicut University - one in 1996 and another in 1998.

The College was selected in 1996 for implementation of the $50,000 Ford Foundation Project known as Campus Diversity Initiative. To promote, reinforce and sustain the spirit of Universal brotherhood among the students and staff and enable them to be a part of healthy multicultural pluralistic social system, this project aimed at training of faculty and plan social outreach activities with students as instruments of action. Leadership camps, academic counselling, career guidance, workshops on relevant issues, folk festivals, educational exhibitions, religious discourses and competitions were organized to sensitise the students in different areas / activities. In view of the successful implementation of the project, a further grant of $30.000 was made available to the college in 1999. This project has brought the teacher, student and the society even closer and assisted in building bridges of understanding.

Criterion III - Research, Consultancy & Extension:
As a Post Graduate teaching institution, the College has been creating a flair for research by making Project Work compulsory for M.Sc Chemistry and Zoology. Facilities are given to teachers to pursue research by adjusting reaching schedule and grant of study leave. Nearly 30% teachers are active researchers.

Six departments of the College are recognized as research centres by the Calicut University and eight teachers are recognized as approved guides. In fact 19 teachers hold Ph.D and 33 hold M.Phil Degrees. Five Ph.Ds have been produced by the research Departments of English and Zoology and 12 faculty members are doing full time and 16 part time research.

During the past five years five projects with an outlay of Rs 1,25,000/- have been undertaken with the financial assistance provided by the UGC and Govt. of Kerala.

Consultancy activities are yet to pick up.

Various extension activities like conduct of medical and blood donation camps, awareness campaigns relating to AIDS, health and hygiene and environment awareness campaigns and Adult Education and literacy programmes have been taken up. The Three NSS Units have laid roads, constructed houses for the poor and donated labour for many activities. The activities of these units have drawn appreciation from the authorities of the University.

The Water Conservation Drive organized by the NCC is also a commendable activity. The students have also learnt the nuances of working with NGOs.

The Peer Team is impressed with the Academic Monitoring Centre in the College which coordinates the research activities of members of the faculty, provides data bank for NET & GATE examinations and organizes workshops and seminars in association with academic bodies at the State and National levels.

Criterion IV - Infrastructure & Learning Resources:
Located in a 75 acre rural setting, the Farook College is flanked by a few other educational institutions run by the same management. There has been a planned development of the college leading to periodic additions to facilities like buildings housing class rooms, laboratories, library and hostels, staff quarters, play grounds etc. Apart from the main buildings containing class rooms, a number of new blocks have been constructed to commemorate Silver Jubilee and Golden Jubilee of the College.

Non Resident Students Centre, Pavilion, Canteen, Health Centre, Indoor Stadium, Open Air Theatre, Old Students Home, Informatics Centre and Central Computer facility are indicative of the steady building up of infrastructure. These are well maintained and optimally used.

The management of the college has during the past 3 years mobilized Rs.30 lakhs for establishing a Computer Centre and is in the process of nearly completing a well equipped modern library complex at a cost of Rs.150 lakhs. A Cyber House and a Web Development Center have been set up at a cost of Rs. 50 lakhs.

There is a built in provision in the budget of the College for upkeep and maintenance of these assets and the facilities are made available for use by neighbouring institutions, Government agencies etc.

The Mappila Studies and Research Centre is attached to the library facilitating interaction with the society. The science museums attract students from neighbouring schools. The academic ambience gets enriched by these activities.

By planting trees all round the campus and by restricting vehicular traffic inside the campus, pollution is effectively checked.

A wide range of facilities in sports and physical education were seen by the Peer Team. A spacious indoor stadium with 2 badminton and one volley ball courts, one gymnasium, a foot ball ground with eight lane 400 metres athletic track, five volley ball courts, one ball badminton court, one basket ball court, two lawn tennis courts, two kho-kho courts, two kabaddi courts and a hockey ground with 200 metres athletic track are available.

Sportspersons are encouraged in many ways. Outstanding among them have their College fees and Examination fees met by the College itself. Winners of tournaments get cash awards. Track suits and kits are provided to outstanding players. Food and accommodation is provided free of cost to sportspersons. These incentives should encourage the youth performing well in sports and games to win laurels for themselves and the institution.

In fact at the Regional, National and International level the Farookians have acquitted themselves creditably in recent years. Three students represented the Calicut University in the South Zone Inter University Cricket Tournament in December 2000, two students in Table Tennis Tournament in November 2000, four in the All India Inter Zone Foot Ball Tournament in November 2000, four in the All India Inter University Shuttle Tournament and one in the Boxing National Championship. One student represented India in World Shuttle Badminton Championship held at Spain in 2001. The Peer Team commends these achievements and notes that the incentives mentioned in the earlier paragraph would help in the institution attracting talented youth in an even larger measure.

A well equipped Workshop attached to the Physics Department is useful in providing gadgets for the researchers and in maintaining the laboratory equipment in good working condition.

Housed in a separate building the library of the College is well cared for. The 8 member Library Advisory Committee headed by the Principal closely monitors and guides the activities related to the library. As on 31st May 2001 there were 64,477 books and 138 periodicals in the library. A Book bank scheme with 6812 books is in operation. Computerisation of the library is in progress. Audio Video Cassettes, Computers and Reprographic equipment are available in the library.

The Informatics Center of the College provides Central Computer facilities for the college. One Hundred terminals are available in the Center and the latest equipment has been installed. The Computer Center is open for more than 12 hours a day - extending before and after the normal working hours of the College, i.e., 9 A.M. to 4 P.M. Four departments of the College have their own Computers.

Computer aided learning has been introduced. In the first phase, software packages have been developed for Statistics Department. In admission of students and setting up a data bank on Blood Groups of students, computers are being used. Proper arrangements for maintenance and up gradation have been made.

Farook College is perhaps one of the few Colleges in Kerala wherein nearly 53% of the students viz., 86.3 out of 1621 are in the seven hostels attached to the College. In one of the hostels, free boarding and lodging is provided to nearly forty financially handicapped students irrespective of castes and creeds. This is a commendable feature, which ensures that poverty does not stand in the way of a good student having the benefit of higher education.

All the hostels have appropriate dining and toilet facilities. Recreational facilities and security arrangements are in place. There is also a workingwomen's hostel in the campus.

The Silver Jubilee Health Center in the Campus not only provides free consultation to all students but also organizes free medical camps and health awareness programmes. The college has a working arrangement with Farook Hospital through which in patient treatment is available to students at concessional rates.

Canteen in the Campus, water coolers and uninterrupted power supply through generators are some of the other notable facilities.

The college might find it useful to have an institutionalized grievance redressed mechanism, which will help the students to know and take recourse to the procedure when they have grievances.

Criterion V - Student Support and Progression:
The college being a minority institution follows the rules prescribed by the authorities regulating the admission of students. Forty percent of the students are non-Muslims. The cosmopolitan character of the institution attracts a large number of applications for most of the courses. Except for the BBS course for which an entrance test is held, admissions for other courses are made on the basis of interview for eligible applicants. The drop out rate is 5%. While 30% take up employment after completion of the course, 35% take up further studies.

The calendar of the college is published annually. Details regarding the courses available, fees payable, rules of discipline, scholarships, prizes and medals and faculty are incorporated in it.

Alumni of this 52 year old college have been occupying high positions in the social, political and educational fields and in administration. Twenty students of the college cleared the UGC - CSIR (NET) Examinations during the last five years.

On completion of the course students evaluate the department and this is used by faculty for taking corrective measures where needed.

Seventeen types of scholarships offered by agencies like the Govt. of India, Govt. of Kerala, Calicut University and Special Funds are available to students. Meritorious students and top scorers in University examinations are awarded nearly twenty five prizes/trophies instituted by various benefactors and institutions. During 1998-99, 316 students and during 1999-2000, 429 students received financial assistance. Around 70% of students receive some form of financial assistance. These apart, one of the departments is offering financial aid to poor students from the contribution made by its faculty.

The Farook College Old Students Association is the vibrant alumni association of the college formed in 1971. The activities of the Association include the publication of a who's who, conduct of Extension lectures, construction of Old Students' Home, award of scholarships to the tune of Rs. 30,000/- every year, conduct of a mathematical quiz and distribution of cash awards and Trophy. Substantial financial support is provided to the College by the Association. It is also interesting to note that three units of the Farook College Old Students Association are functioning in Dubai, Kuwait and Qatar. The Peer Team wishes to record its appreciation of the involvement of the alumni in a wide range of activities benefitting the College in a variety of ways.

The College has a career and course guidance centre. It provides counselling apart from academic and personal counselling provided by faculty under the tutorial system. The centre conducts various courses to students to face competitive examinations. The Employment Cell functions under an Honorary Director. No separate Placement Officer is in position since the College is basically providing general education. It is indicated that many students of Commerce and Business Studies are self-employed. The Peer Team suggests that students of Commerce and Management may be exposed to systematic entrepreneurial training that might stand them in good stead when they start their own business.

The College Union, N.S.S., N.C.C., Nature Club, Debating Club, Cultural events, Competitions in activities like music, dance and essay writing and provision for indoor and outdoor games give students ample opportunities to develop various skills and give expression to their talents and creativity.

Criterion VI - Organisation and Management :
The College is managed by a ten member 'Farook College Managing Committee' with the Principal as an ex-officio Member. The College Planning Board is headed by the Principal and nominated faculty from different departments. The recommendations of the Planning Board are acted upon by the governing body and the latter mobilize the needed resources. The Parent Teacher Association also contributes its share for execution of projects.

The non-teaching staff are given short term training in personnel management, computer literacy and communication skills in English.

Twenty Residential quarters are provided by the College for staff. The Cooperative Credit Society provides loans to staff and Cooperative Stores provides shopping facility. Welfare fund maintained by Staff Club helps retiring staff members and those involved in accidents and unexpected calamities.

The Peer Team feels that with an enlightened management and supportive Alumni Association and PTA, the College can establish internal quality assurance mechanisms through which all activities are systematically evaluated and evaluation results followed up. The Academic Monitoring Centre now functioning in the College can perhaps be the nucleus of such a mechanism.

Operating on a budget of nearly Rs. 250 lakhs during 1999-2000, the College has a demonstrated capability to raise resources through donations, contributions from abroad, contributions from management and dividend income from shares. There is an internal audit mechanism which vouchsafes the proper accounting of receipts from various sources and expenditure. The establishment of the Informatics Centre in 1999 at a cost of Rs.30 lakhs, the ongoing construction of a library complex with multi media facilities at a cost of Rs.150 lakhs, the establishment of an Institute for Civil Service Examination in 2000, improvement of laboratories at a cost of Rs.15 lakhs etc., indicate the concern the management has for imparting quality education and the need for investment in developing human resources.

Criterion VII - Healthy Practices :
The College is offering need based courses like B.L.I.Sc., (1993), B.B.S., (1995), B.Sc Statistics and Computer Science (1999) and M.Sc Computer Science taking note of the career needs of students.

With the assistance of Ford Foundation a $ 80,000 Project known as Campus Diversity Initiative has been in operation from 1996.

Interaction with local industry through alumni and getting their support for the activities of the College is in evidence.

The MOU with the IT research institution NeST indicates the concern the College has in providing quality education. The project of Cyber House and Web development Centre initiated recently with a projected outlay of Rs.50 lakhs augers well for the growth of the Informatics Centre.

The fully residential Institute of Civil Service examinations coming up at a cost of Rs.40 lakhs should pave the way for prospective civil servants getting the inputs needed for success in the competitive examinations.

The importance given to research and the proactive approach facilitating research activities will enhance the quality of teaching.

Functioning of the Academic Monitoring Centre symbolizes the quality concern the College is keen to focus upon.

Pray and Work is the motto of the College. This reveals the emphasis placed on values and the importance attached to hard and honest work.

Two members of the faculty have been honoured with the Best Teacher Award of Calicut University.

Women students outnumber men students and perhaps this is due to the parents finding the campus safe and secure for women students. Educating a woman leads to educating the entire family.

Hostellers outnumber day scholars. Harmony, understanding and tolerance, overcoming personal angularities and learning the art of living together is promoted in hostel life.

Management's ready response to felt needs of the college pumping in the funds needed is a commendable healthy practice.

The Parent Teacher Association, the alumni association and the governing council working in tandem help the college in its planned growth.

At every stage of its growth like celebration of decennium, silver jubilee, golden jubilee etc., some specific project has been undertaken reflecting the planned development of the college.

The concern for the economically weak students is expressed in providing a number of scholarships and free boarding and lodging in hostel.

The steps taken to promote promising sportspersons by granting them fee concessions and providing free food, sports kit etc., is yet another healthy practice.

Overall Analysis :
The growth of the college over the years indicates that there is planned development based on local needs. To develop the qualities of leadership among students and help them to gain self-confidence and to give them plenty of opportunities to express their creative talents, Fine Arts Club, Drama Club, Quiz Club, Astronomy Club, Literacy Club, Nature Club and Press Club provide the forum. The wide range of facilities in sports, games and physical education speaks of the old adage that one can have a sound mind only in a sound body.

Balancing the study of humanities and languages with the study of basic sciences and career oriented courses the college has done well to offer a variety to a student who wants to join a degree programme.

In general, affiliated colleges have a definite focus on teaching and pay limited attention to research. In Farook College there is a blend - 21 departments engage themselves in teaching and six of them have been doing research as well. Thirty percent of faculty are engages in research. A good number of teachers are availing of the Faculty Improvement Programmes and updating their knowledge by attending Refresher Courses, Workshops, Conferences and Seminars. These activities will enhance the quality of teaching.

The Peer Team commends in particular the harmonious atmosphere prevalent in this college where students belonging to various faiths and creeds live and learn together the philosophy of universal brotherhood and oneness of man as a human being.
The members of the Board of Management, the Principal and Faculty members are working with a high sense of commitment and devotion and have provided a conducive atmosphere for imparting quality education.

Having seen the Golden Jubilee a couple of years back, the institution is poised for a grand march towards its Diamond Jubilee. The Peer Team wishes the college to consider the following suggestions.

Offer a few more options in subsidiary subjects in the undergraduate courses in the context of more class rooms being available due to the shedding of pre-degree courses.

Prepare a new mission statement in the context of changing societal needs and employment market.

Pursue with the University and Government the conferment of autonomous status to the college.

Offer bridge courses for students to facilitate their switching over to English medium.

In collaboration with the PTA/Alumni Association offer enrichment/additional opportunity courses for those who wish in areas like communication skills, leadership development, entrepreneurship strategy, computer skills etc.

More liberal use of teaching aids and techniques and new technology.

Take up consultancy utilising the expertise of staff in various areas.
Indicate in the College Calendar the procedure and mechanism for disposal of grievances/complaints of students.

Hold an open house on an appointed day during the academic year inviting alumni to mix with the present students and share their experience.

Create an internal quality Assurance Cell to monitor continuously areas of quality concern.

The Peer Tam thanks the Principal, Members of the Board of Management, Parents, Alumni, Students, faculty and technical and administrative staff for their wholehearted cooperation in furnishing all the details needed for validating the Self Study Report. The Steering Committee which had prepared the Self Study Report deserves special thanks for making the job of the team easy since all needed information had been furnished under the appropriate heads. The support extended to the team by the Adviser, NAAC Dr. Latha Pillai has been very precious. The team thanks all concerned for their role in this exercise and wish the College a glorious future.

Prof. K. Aludiapillai
(Chairman)

Prof. S.N. Pathan
(Member)

Dr. Mrutyunjaya P. Kulenur
(Member)

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