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Government College, Kasaragod, Kerala
Government College, Kasaragod, Kerala
Kerala, IndiaPin Code : 671123
Government College, Kasaragod Kerala is a recognised institute / college. Status: Government.
Principal of Government College, Kasaragod Kerala is Sri. V. Gopinathan (in charge).
Government College is situated in Kasaragod of Kerala state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Kasaragod comes under Kanjirakuttom (Kasaragod) Tehsil, District.
Residence Phone No(s) of concerned peron(s) of Government College, Kasaragod Kerala is (are) : +91-4994-255278.
email ID(s) is
Website of Government College, Kasaragod Kerala is http://www.gck.ac.in.
Contact Details of Government College, Kasaragod Kerala are : +91-4994-256027
Pin code 671323 or 671123
CoursesGovernment College, Kasaragod Kerala runs course(s) in Degree stream(s).
Economics with Freedom Struggle and National Reconstruction & Indian Govt. and Politics Sub.
English Main with Social & Cultural History of Britain and World History Sub.
Kannada, with Translation, Computer Education and General Eassy and Cultural History of Karnataka Sub.
Arabic with Thareekal Islam Assiyassi and Thareekal Islam-Al-Thaquafi Sub
History with General Economics & Indian Govt. and Politics Sub.
Mathematics with Statistics and Physics Sub.
Geology with Physics and Chemistry Sub.
Physics with Mathematics and Chemistry Sub.
Zoology with Botany and Chemistry Sub.
Botany with Chemistry and Zoology Sub.
Chemistry with Physics and Mathematics Sub.
Approval details: Government College is affiliated with Kannur University, Kannur (Kerala)
Profile of Government CollegeThe Government College, Kasaragod was started forty nine years ago by the Government of Kerala, as they felt the need for a college in this underdeveloped area. In the beginning there was no facility of its own, so the classes were conducted in a local high school in Kasaragod town. It was the then Education Minister Prof. Joseph Mundasseri who took initiative in the matter. The College commenced functioning early in August 1957 in a corner of the High School building. Prof. V. Gopalan Nair took over as the first Principal of the college on 08-07-1957. The College was declared open by the Honorable Minister of Finance, Sri. C. Achutha Menon on 07-08-1957. Prof. V. Gopalan Nair was succeeded by Prof. K.S.V. Shenoy as the principal. For starting Degree classes in Economics and Mathematics, steps were taken to speed up the construction work of the proposed new campus at Kunhimavu Katte where 30.56 acres of land had been acquired for this purpose. Prof. K.S.V. Shenoy was succeeded by another stalwart Prof. Karimpuzha Ramakrishnan, under whose stewardship the College wakened into glorious shape and name. During this time the institution became a full-fledged first grade college with the opening of the third year degree classes. Prof. Karimpuzha Ramakrishnan continued up to 19-11-1962 when Prof. V. Gopalan Nair was reposted as Principal, and he continued in the post until he was promoted as Director of Collegiate Education on 13-06-1967.
BRIEF HISTORY OF THE COLLEGE
Government College, Kasaragod, one of the reputed institutions in the northern most district of Kerala has nourished thousands of students during the past five decades. This pioneer institution in the govt sector in this socially and educationally backward area caters to their needs in higher education. The college, at present, has 12 undergraduate and 7 postgraduate courses. The departments of Chemistry, Geology, Kannada and Statistics have been recognized as Research Departments by Kannur University. Students educated in this institution are spread all over the world, and occupy covetable positions in the various fields of administration, education, politics, social service, banking sector, managerial posts and in various other walks of life. The college has always stood fo rteh noble values of truth, discipline and fraternity, and strives to spread the ideal of national integration in this area where people hail from different cultural, social and economic background.
The college is affiliated to Kannur University and has been recognized by the UGC under section 12b and 2f. The college has a campus of 42 acres and adequate built in area for its academic and related activities. During the last 25 years the college has expanded infrastructural facilities that in child Science blocks, PG blocks and men's hostel. A special mention may be made about the generous gesture by an old student of the college who provided the furniture in the auditorium. There is a botanical garden having a good number of medicinal plants. The green lawns, garden and other plants mainlined here have enhanced the beauty of the campus.
Media coverage of Government College, Kasaragod Kerala, Kerala
NAAC report of Government CollegeSection 1: Preface
The Government of Kerala established the Government College, Kasaragod in the year 1957 to serve the cause of collegiate education in Kasaragod, then Kannur district in Kerala. Initially the place in which the college was located was called 'Kunhimavu' that means a small mango tree. The place was renamed as 'Vidyanagar' in the year 1960 when the college building was inaugurated. The area was underdeveloped in every respect; socially, economically and educationally. The college has a campus area of 30.26 acres .The college is recognized by the University Grants Commission (UGC) under Section 2(f), and under Section 12(B). The College was established to provide higher education primarily to the youth of Kasaragod area that did not have any college and the government college had been the only college for quite a long time. The college was affiliated to Calicut University and now it is affiliated to Kannur University.
The college offers 12 under graduate (UG) Courses and 7 Post Graduate (PG) Courses and 4 Ph. D courses. The college has grant-in-aid facilities of the government of Kerala for all courses namely, B.A in Arabic, English, Kannada, History and Economics; B.Sc. in Botany, Chemistry, Computer science, Geology, Mathematics, Physics and Zoology and P.G courses in Arabic, English, Kannada, Economics, Geology, Chemistry and Mathematics. M. Phil. programme is offered in Kannada and Ph.D. programme is offered in Kannada, Chemistry, Statistics and Geology. The College also offers Malayalam, Hindi, and Sanskrit as part II courses. Statistics is also offered as a subsidiary course.
The total student strength of the college is 1095 of which 943 students are doing undergraduate courses and 152 students are doing Post Graduate courses. There are 49 permanent teachers of whom 13 are Ph.D. degree holders and 19 hold M. Phil. degree. The college also has 31 temporary guest lecturers who are paid by the government. The college is supported by 35 administrative and 2 technical personnel. The temporal plan of the college is annual system for UG courses and semester system for P.G courses. The appointments of teachers and non-teaching staff are made through Kerala Public Service Commission (KPSC). The temporary guest lecturers are recruited by the college through advertisements. The unit cost of education is Rs.14,512/- including salary component and it is Rs.866/- excluding salary component.
The academic results of the college have been consistently good with a pass percentage of 80 and above in most of the cases. The results of the P.G. courses are even better. The college has produced several ranks in UG and PG Courses in the last few years that make a good impression about the academic achievements of the college. The support services of the college include a central library, a computer center, a canteen, a health centre, a Grievances Redressal cell, two hostels, housing for Principal , teachers and non-teaching staff, Non Resident Centre, Staff Recreation Room, Lady teachers' Rest Room, NCC Motivation Hall, Student Co-opeartive store, Non-teaching Staff Rest Room, Placement Cell, Student Counseling centre and a Humanitarian Cell.
In the last five years, more than ten of the alumni have successfully completed National Eligibility Test (NET) and more than fifteen have successfully completed State Level Eligibility Test (SLET), and one, General Admission Test for Engineering (GATE). The College has 280 working days with 198 teaching days during the academic year 2004-2005. The library is equipped with 53,892 volumes, 11 dailies, and 14 magazines. A few teachers have attended international seminars and many teachers have acted as resource persons at national seminars. Regional seminars are also conducted by the college. A few refresher courses for teachers were also organized by the college. It does not have any ongoing research projects. However, a good number of teachers have applied for minor and major research projects. The college has established linkages with national and regional government and non-government organizations. The college has mobilized resources to the extent of Rs.5,33,000/- through Parent Teachers Association and donation from an alumnus in the academic year 2004-2005.
The College volunteered for assessment by NAAC. The NAAC peer committee consisting of Dr.Pankajam Sundaram, former Vice-Chancellor, Mother Therasa Women's University, Kodaikanal, Tamilnadu as the chair person, Prof.Y.Azeez Ahmed, former Principal, Al-Ameen college, Banglore as a member, and Dr.P.Selvaraj, Principal, Aditanar College, Tiruchendur, Tamilnadu as the member Co-ordinator. The peer team visited the institution on 25th and 26th October 2005. The team validated the self-study report, scrutinized available infrastructural facilities, office documents and interacted with the college community.
Section 2 : Criterion-wise Analysis
Criterion I: Curricular Aspects
The College was established with the mission to achieve overall development of the students with a focus on knowledge, skill and the right social attitudes and service-mindedness required for attaining excellence in personal as well as social life. The motto of the college is 'Live to serve'. The government started the institution in Kasaragod, primarily to offer higher educational opportunities to the people of Kasaragod area who are socially and economically backward, hailing from different religious, linguistic and cultural backgrounds. The college endeavors to provide higher education to people of Kasaragod area adhering to the policies laid down by the state government.
The college follows the curriculum prescribed by Kannur University to which it is affiliated and as such, the college does not have freedom to design its own curriculum. The role of teachers in framing the curriculum is limited to the membership of some teachers in the boards of studies of the university. The goal defined by the college is to educate the students of the backward area in which the college is located. It believes in national integration and meaningful nationalism. The students have very limited flexibility for choosing their subjects of interest. It takes five years to revise the curriculum involving the boards of studies of the university. It takes a minimum of one year for the introduction of a new course. The programmes do not offer any flexibility for the students. However, a computer awareness programme is offered by a computer Centre created and maintained by the Parent Teacher Association. The college introduced B.Sc. Computer Science course in the year 2004-05. The college does not offer any course, either certificate or diploma courses of the University, add-on courses of the UGC or any short-term courses on its own.
Criterion II: Teaching , Learning and Evaluation
Admissions are given to students on the basis of academic records in the qualifying examinations. The policy of the state government as to reservations to various communities is followed. An admission committee, headed by the principal takes care of admissions. The admission process is transparent.
All the students are given an orientation at the time of the entry to the college; the principal and the teachers meet the parents also at that time. The college has provisions for assessing students' knowledge and skills for a particular programme by conducting class tests, pre-annual examinations and seminars. Internal assessment system introduced for U.G. and P.G. helps monitoring the progress of students regularly. Assignments and surprise tests are given besides projects and field works. Remedial classes and counseling are arranged for the weaker students. The tutorial system followed helps the weak students to clarify their doubts and equip themselves. The tutorial system pre-empts teachers practicing private tuition. The student monitoring is done with close co-ordination of parents. In case of requirement, remedial classes and counseling are arranged for the weaker students. A student-diary is maintained for each student by the tutor of each class and all the academic and non-academic information are recorded in the diary.
Advanced learners are motivated to participate in various competitions and acquire latest information on various subjects. The teachers prepare the teaching plan. Monthwise teaching plans are prepared by the teachers, and the plans are periodically reviewed. The lectures are supplemented by seminars, demonstrations, project works, field visits, educational tours, library visits etc. The teachers handle additional classes on Saturdays and other holidays if necessary.
The college has organized department wise seminars for faculty development. Three teachers have benefited from FIP under UGC Xth plan. The college employs various methods of teaching including lectures, seminars, discussions, and other experiential learning methods for transfer of knowledge. Computer aided teaching is also practiced in the college. It is noteworthy that several documentaries on various subjects are prepared by the teachers and students of the college.
Criterion III: Research, Consultancy and Extension
The College takes interest in promoting research. It is a surprise that there is no on-going project in spite of the fact that many teachers are well exposed to projects and research work of the state and central government agencies. Many teachers are having the research experience of working for their M. Phil. or Ph.D. degrees. There are three full time Ph.D. scholars and three part time Ph.D. scholars working in the research centres of the college. There are thirteen Ph.D. holders at present and several teachers are working for their Ph.D. degrees. Paid consultancy is not approved by the government. Free consultations are offered by Geology department, particularly for the farmers who are benefited by identifying groundwater availability in different places.
The activities of the departments of geology, chemistry and Kannada are commendable. The contributions of the head of the department of geology Mr. V. Gopinathan for the academic, extra-curricular and extension activities are highly commended. The academic achievements of some of the teachers of chemistry, geology, Malayalam, Kannada, Statistics, and Mathematics are highly commendable. The contribution of Mr. M.A.Rahman of the Department of Malayalam deserves a special mention. One of the teachers in the department of chemistry, Dr. K.R.Haridas is a joint owner of two European and one American patents. Many teachers have published several articles in internationally and nationally refereed journals and also have presented papers in various seminars. Several teachers have authored books and poetry collections in Kannada and Malayalam.
The college has a good tradition of participating in community oriented extracurricular and extension activities involving NSS volunteers of the two units and NCC cadets of the unit. The performance of the NCC unit is highly commendable. The NSS units have organized national integration camps and they are actively participating in community development and social welfare. It is noteworthy that several NCC cadets and NSS volunteers have participated in prestigious parades and training programs at national level. It is noteworthy that one of the NSS units and also one NSS volunteer have got the best unit/volunteer award of Kerala state.
Some of the teachers of the college regularly act as resource persons to high schools, higher secondary schools, blind school and Education colleges. The college has organized exhibitions on Geology and Environment for the benefit of school children and the general public. The museum maintained by the Geology Department has very good collection of rock specimens, mineral specimens, gems, fossils, crystals, wooden models and satellite images. The contribution of geology teachers in this regard is highly commended. The museum maintained by Kannada department has very good collection of antiques and artworks. The Botany department is maintaining a good collection of specimens and also medicinal plants are grown. Many teachers have associated themselves with the teachers' organizations, government departments Non Governmental Organisations (NGO), literary associations, environmental societies, agricultural societies and so on. It is noteworthy that several teachers subscribe for national and international journals for the use of teachers and students.
Criterion IV: Infrastructure and Learning Resources
The college is located in an urban campus area of 30.26 acres. The college has developed infrastructure and learning resources to cope with the growing demand of the college community. The college has its administrative and library buildings, well-spaced classrooms, spacious room for the heads of departments, laboratories and an auditorium, canteen, co-operative store, NCC and NSS rooms, and independent rooms for various support services. The buildings are maintained by the Public Works Department (PWD). It has two hostels separately, one for men and one for women. However, the men's hostel is yet to be occupied by students.
A computer centre with twenty computers is functioning with the support of the Parent Teachers Association (PTA). The centre takes care of syllabus based programmes and computer awareness programmes. Facilities for scanning and printing can be availed by students at a nominal cost. A dial-up internet connection with Local Area Network (LAN) of ten computers is also available for students' use. The effort of PTA in this regard, is highly commended.
The college also has a co-operative store and a women's rest room. The library has an advisory committee. Computer facility with internet connectivity is provided in the Central library. The library follows open access system. The library maintains a record of 'issues and receipts of books' of each student and teacher that enables easy documentation of library transactions. Several departments have libraries of their own and individual teachers take care of the department libraries. It is observed that several department libraries are wound up and books are surrendered to the central library.
The college has good sports and games facilities with a football ground, one basketball court, one volleyball court, one ball badminton court, one tennicoit court, one in-door shuttle badminton court along with table tennis and one hand ball court besides a 200 meters 6-lanes track. The college has enough facilities to promote sports and games. College has teams in various games including boxing, wrestling and judo. It is noteworthy that more than twenty students of the college represent Kannur University every year. The sports achievements of the department of physical education is highly commended. The gesture of the university to offer grace marks ranging from 3% to 25% to the high achievers in sports is very much appreciated.
The college has hosted several university level sports competitions and cultural festivals and thereby makes use of its infrastructure in a better way. The college has a spacious canteen. The college has a clean and tidy environment with lush green gardens and the efforts of NSS volunteers in keeping the campus plastic free is highly appreciated. The natural climatic conditions that exist in the Western Ghats, nearer to the Arabian Sea create a very conducive atmosphere for learning.
The college has a botanical garden maintained by the department of Botany. The college offers its infrastructure whenever necessary, to the neighbouring schools for the conduct of sports events. There is optimum utilization of the existing infrastructure by the college. It has a master plan of the building with scope for future expansion.
Criterion V : Student Support and Progression
The College provides students with a calendar containing updated information about admissions, rules and other relevant contents. It is observed that there is a drop out of more than 9% in the U.G. courses. The college estimates that about 25% of the graduates of the college pursue higher education, and around 2% of the alumni have occupied prominent positions in education, public and private administration, defense, arts, cinema, journalism, judiciary and Indian Police Service.
There are a number of State and Central Government schemes for financial aids and concessions to students. The college also offers financial assistance to deserving students through PTA. Endowments are created in different departments and awards are given to high achievers and financial assistance is given to poor students. The college has tie-up with the Chaithra hospital Kasaragod and all the charges for giving treatment to students are borne by the PTA. The women empowerment cell organizes lecture programmes with the cooperation of the legal cell of the government.
A career guidance and counseling cell has been started recently. A teacher is functioning as placement officer and through personal contacts he is able to get placements to few students. For overall personality development, the college encourages activities through literary activities, nature club programmmes , cultural programmes and departmental association activities. It is noteworthy that each department is having wall magazines manuscript magazines. Kannada department is bringing out a quarterly magazine.
The college Alumni Association is very active and it is departmentalized. The alumni interact closely with the teachers of various departments. The alumni association contributes liberally for the construction and maintenance of buildings and other infrastructure. It is observed that a good number of college employees are old students of the college. It is obvious that the second generation of the alumni is completing their higher studies in this college and that creates bondage between the college and the community.
The Parent Teacher Association (PTA) plays a major role in supporting the college administration. The PTA has extended its support to almost all activities of the college. It operates in close coordination of the college. It is observed that PTA as an organization is inseparable from the college administration. The noteworthy contributions of the PTA may be (a) gardening (b) creation and maintenance of computer centre (c) supporting college student union activities (d) providing furniture and (e) monitoring students' progress.
The College Development Council headed by the District Collector plays a vital role in the developmental and maintenance activities. The practice of the state government to give a matching grant of 100% to the CDC funds is appreciated and it is suggested that the government restores the practice.
The college does not have a system to document the progression of its graduates; however it is note worthy that many alumni maintain close contact with the teachers. It is observed that several students have outstanding academic achievements that are brought out by the ranks in the university examinations. Students have excelled in Sports and games as well. One of the athletes has represented our country.
A special mention has to be made regarding the tutorial system. The last one-hour every day is devoted for this and the students are made to study and revise the subjects with the aid of tutors. Teachers are assigned a set of students and the teachers help to speed up the pace of learning of students. The tutorial classes also offer opportunity for the students to share their personal problems also with the teachers. This practice strengthens the bondage between the teachers and students contributing positively for the institutional health.
Criterion VI : Organization and Management
The Government college Kasaragod, being a government entity, is managed by the Departmet of Education, Government of Kerala. The Directorate of Collegiate Education (DCE) acts as the management and all the affairs of the college are reported by the principal of the college to the DCE. The day-to-day affairs are managed by the principal, who is the drawing officer for non-gazetted employees. The college is fully governed and guided by the policies, rules and regulations pronounced by the government time to time.
The principal is supported by a college council that is constituted by the heads of departments, two elected teachers and the principal as its president. Matters related to student discipline, major events, developmental issues etc. are discussed in the college council. Periodic meetings are conducted. The grievances are handled by the grievance redressal cell, which acts in close co-ordination with the college student union. The college student union is an elected body and it is an integral part of the college administration.
It is observed that there is no major conflict among different stake holders of the college. As a result, a healthy academic atmosphere prevails in the campus. The internal coordinating and monitoring is done by the principal with the help of teachers and various other committees including purchase committee. The college has evolved mechanisms to upgrade the efficiency of non-teaching staff through computer training program.
There is a special committee for preparing academic calendar as per University guidelines. The college has a standardized internal auditing system to monitor accounts. The purchase articles, books and equipments and furnitures is done by a designated purchase committee.The employees are eligible for various loan facilities extended by the state and central governments. All the permanent employees enjoy the service benefits applicable to government employees. There are several posts remaining unfilled by permanent employees. However, the state government has authorized the college to recruit temporary guest lecturers for all the vacant teaching posts.
The departments are relatively independent and through regular department meetings the academic activities of the departments and their constituent clubs/ fora are decided and implemented. Every department acts in close coordination with the PTA and the students' union.
The non-teaching staff are assigned specific duties. A special professional skill upgradation course was given to the non-teaching staff by the state government.
The college collects the prescribed fee besides contribution to PTA. The contribution to PTA ranges from Rs.10/- to Rs.1,000/-. The differentiation is made on the basis of the economic status of the candidate and the course of study.
Criterion VII : Healthy Practices
It is observed that Government College Kasaragod has several healthy practices that are mentioned below.
The very location of the institution being a backward area, spreading of higher education to the un-reached and deprived people of this area is a healthy practice.
The relationship among the principal, teachers, non-teaching staff and students reflects a family atmosphere depicting cordiality among different sections. Kasaragod, being a place of people belonging to diverse religious, linguistic, social and economic backgrounds, bringing in unity in diversity is a great task. The peer team commends the secular attitude of the teachers and all the students.
The remedial teaching for the weaker students and students belonging to minority communities and the tutorial system undertaken by the teachers are welcome practices.
The system of teachers maintaining a teacher's diary is very much appreciated.
The functioning of parent teacher association is very much appreciated.
The adoption of internal assessment system at undergraduate level is a welcome sign.
The activities of the placement and career guidance cell, student aid fund and vidyanidhi cell, science forum, staff club, women empowerment cell, students' grievance cell, geoforum, film and media club, medical aid cell, entrepreneurship guidance cell, humanitarian cell, tourism club and nature club are appreciated.
The efforts on afforestation and mangrove plantation is highly appreciated. The teak plantation programme adopted by the college has been done in a highly successful way. The rainwater harvesting structure built in collaboration with government of Kerala is appreciated. The projects undertaken on pollution in Chandragiri river, documentary film on the use of endosulfan pesticide and similar projects are of social relevance.
The college organizes arts festival and it celebrates all the events of national and regional importance.
The maintenance of a museum by the department of geology is very much appreciated.
The efforts taken by the department of botany to establish botanical garden is appreciated.
The PG discussion forum of the economics department organizes weekly discussions on various issues.
Six PG departments have received UGC Xth plan PG development grant.
The exhibits of Kannada department indicate the involvement of teachers.
The alumni of the college, parents and public have great respect for the college.
The team spirit expressed by the non-teaching staff is highly commended.
The overall contribution of the college for the socio-economic development of region is highly commendable.
Section 3: Overall Analysis
Based on the interaction the peer team had with the principal, teachers, non teaching staff, students, alumni and parents and also based on perusing records and visiting various infrastructural facilities, the peer team feels that the college, by the untiring efforts of its principals, teachers, PTA, Old Students Association (OSA) and with the committed support of the government has achieved the mission of spreading higher education. It is felt that the teachers and the staff may put in more efforts to achieve academic excellence individually and thereby contribute favorably for the academic excellence of the institution. The inherent locational advantages the institution can enjoy, may be exploited to the best benefit of the college and its community. The spoken languages of this area being Malayalam, Kannada, Tulu, Urdu, Konkani, Bijary and Marati; and the religious composition being Hinduism, Islam, Christianity and Jainism, Kasaragod is, probably an ideal place for unity in diversity.
It is observed that the institution has a lot of practices that are commendable and the observations made by the peer team as commendable were presented under the heading healthy practices. The college may try to continue the practices and also try to better the healthy practices. The peer team wishes to offer the following suggestions that may be meticulously implemented by the college to bring in greater efficiency and better social relevance.
The college may strengthen the research committee to initiate academic research and to undertake projects relevant to Kasaragod district. The research committee may also explore various sources of funds that can be deployed into research activities.
The college is yet to start any innovative vocational courses. The college may think of offering courses on medicinal plants, bio diversity, pisciculture, ecology and environment, oceanography, ethnobotany, and natural disasters.
The college may also offer post-graduate course in journalism, visual communication etc. to cater to the needs of the youth.
It is felt that a spirit of enterprise has to be inculcated in the minds of the students and people of this area. The college may act as a catalyst to promote entrepreneurship by offering various educational and training programs to the students and the public.
The college may offer as many add-on courses as possible to facilitate horizontal mobility of students and to provide opportunities for enhancing their competitiveness.
The government may augment the support given to the teachers in order to enhance their academic achievements and professional competencies.
The library may go for application of modern technologies in the field of information and communication technology. Reprographic facilities may be made available in the computer for the use of students and the staff. Also the library may establish linkages with other libraries for mutual benefit.
The college may go far establishing connectivity among different departments and facilities enabling the members to have easy access with each other.
Teachers may be encouraged to use the state of the arts ICT for establishing linkages with the academicians in the world around.
The activities of the counseling centre may be strengthened. One of its activities may be to probe into the causes for dropouts and find remedial actions.
The college may establish an information centre to guide the fresh applicants regarding choice of subjects.
The teachers may be encouraged to use modern teaching techniques and a centre for audiovisual equipments may be established.
Steps may be taken to fill up the vacant positions. Steps may be taken to establish a good performance appraisal system for teachers and students.
The office may go for computerization and office automation.
The performance of the co-operative store may be reviewed to offer continued service to the members and also sustain continued to its employee.
It is observed that a lot of creative talents exist in the teachers and students. The community is also giving a good support to the college. It is felt that frequent transfers of principals de-link the journey towards higher achievements. The government may have a policy of keeping the principals for at least three years in one college.
The college may design a vision directory that may guide courses of action of the college.
The chairperson of the peer team wishes to acknowledge and thank sincerely both the member and member co-ordinator of the peer team for their co-operation and participation. The peer team wishes to offer its heart felt thanks to the principal, teachers, staff and the NAAC co-ordinator and all concerned for extending a very nice hospitality. The peer team wishes that the college will continue to serve the community and will continue to add great laurels in the years to come and move successfully in pursuit of excellence. The peer team also wishes that the college will grow into a centre of excellence in every path chosen.
Dr. (Mrs.) Pankajam Sundaram (Chairperson)
Prof. Y. Azeez Ahmed ( Member)
Dr.P.Selvaraj ( Member co-ordinator )
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