Thassim beevi abdul kader college for women (Autonomous & Re-accredited) Kilakarai – 623 517, Ramanathapuram District



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THASSIM BEEVI ABDUL KADER COLLEGE FOR WOMEN

(Autonomous & Re-accredited)

Kilakarai – 623 517, Ramanathapuram District

(Affiliated to Alagappa University, Karaikudi,



and Sponsored by the Seethakathi Trust, Chennai)

PROFILE OF THE COLLEGE 2015-2016
VISION STATEMENT
The college is committed to provide leaders with high quality education; to produce professionally highly skilled graduates; to empower the Muslim community to improve their quality of life and to create graduates with a distinctively TBAKC identity to serve humanity.
MISSION STATEMENT
The mission will be achieved through a rigorous academic programme marked by high standard of individual attainment through self-effort; professional training through intensive internship challenges; real life exposure to the prevalent social constraints of poor women in the society around the college; and active research culture both among learners and teachers.

INSTITUTIONAL OBJECTIVES


  • To equip learners with adequate academic skill to search for, and interact with, study materials, through self-learning and acquisition of appropriate study skills;




  • To train them, with effective mentoring of teachers committed to student – care, in the use of a modern technology in processes of learning.




  • To impart communicative skills in English in order to articulate their ideas before lay and specialist audiences;




  • To help learners to be socially involved, especially to understand prevalent injustices that Indian women, and Muslim women in particular, are forced to suffer without questioning;




  • To offer on-the-job training through effective internship programme organized with the help of well-known and reputed institutes;




  • To incorporate in the curriculum the core values of national development, pursuit of excellence, imparting of skills at par with the best of global institutions of learning; laying a durable ethical foundation for quality education; and educational technology, and others specific to women’s concerns.




  • To collaborate with institutions which pursue like- minded interests and concerns.



SIGNIFICANCE OF THE COLLEGE EMBLEM

The emblem of the college consists of a shield with three symbols in the center. The Crescent and the Star on the top left represents the Divine grace. On the right, there is an open book depicting the Holy Quran to guide us on the right path. At the bottom, there is a balance representing the Divine Justice. Underneath the shield is a verse from the Holy Quran in English Our Lord bestows on us mercy from thyself. The figures in the shield are placed with blue and green background – the colors signifying prosperity and spirituality. Thus, the emblem of Thassim Beevi Abdul Kader College for Women stands for Grace, Knowledge and Justice of the Almighty with which the whole universe is governed.


HISTORY OF THE COLLEGE
Thassim Beevi Abdul Kader College for Women, affiliated to Alagappa University, Karaikudi, is situated in the most educationally and industrially backward town of Kilakarai, Ramanathapuram District. The college was founded in 1988 by Alhaj Dr B S Abdur Rahman Sahib sponsored by the Seethakathi Trust, Chennai which has established various educational institutions par excellence.
The Trust has been named after one of the greatest selfless benefactors of mankind, Seethakathi who lived in the 17th Century. He was a Merchant Prince and a great philanthropist born in Kilakarai. This college has been named after our founder’s sister Mrs. Thassim Beevi and her husband Janab Abdul Kader. She and her husband died in an accident on 24th January 1977 while returning after attending the school day function at the Crescent Residential School, Chennai. Mrs. Thassim Beevi was a very enthusiastic lady who was interested in the higher education for women.
The college was started with a sole aim of imparting higher education to all women of this locale, especially to the women of the minority community whose pitiable educational condition provoked our Founder. It has been a boon to women, especially to Muslim community, for whom higher education was unreachable. Now that the college has completed its 24 years of dedicated educational service, many women have now passed through the portals of this institution with flying colours.
The College has been fulfilling the norms and guidelines of the University Grants Commission (UGC), All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), the State Government of Tamil Nadu and affiliated to Alagappa University, Karaikudi. The college has been recognized by UGC under 2f and 12(B) Act of 1956 to receive financial assistance from UGC and from other Central Resources.
The College has received the Best College Award from the Department of Youth Welfare Fora, Madurai Kamaraj University for student services for three academic years (2000-2001, 2001 – 2002 and 2002-2003). The college was upgraded with the status of autonomy since 2005-06. The College has added yet another feather to its cap by being nationally re-accredited with B Grade during 2009-2010(2.78/4 point scale) and again reassessed for reaccreditation in Jan, 2012- 13 and the same grade war retained by the college. The college has gone for ISO 2008- 9001 certification on 11.05. 2012
The college which was started with the strength of just 65 students and a total of 11 staff members has grown steadily and at present it has 1820 students enrolled in various disciplines of Arts and Sciences, both at the under-graduate and postgraduate levels with 111 members of faculty along with 72 members of non-teaching staff and with 7 technical staff.
Realizing the growth of science and technology in modern times and need of Computers in our day-today life, the college offers both undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Arts, Humanities and Sciences to meet out the challenging demands of the placement sector. The college is extending its services to downtrodden community through “Centre for Community Development, Women studies and Social Action” through the Seethakathi NGO.
The college proudly introduced two new departments in Psychology and Food processing and Quality Control during 2013-14. The college had another feather in its Cap on Jan 20th 2014 by introducing National Council for Vocational training programme (NCVT) under aegis of the Directorate General of Employment and Training, Madurai Region, Ministry Of Labor and Employment, Govt. of India.

PROGRAMME FOR STUDY


UG DEGREE PROGRAMME

Year of Affiliation

Sanctioned Strength

B Com

1998-89

60

B Sc Home Science (General)*

1988-89

40

B Sc Computer Science @

1988-89

40

B A English Literature

1990-91

60

B Sc Home Science-Nutrition, Food

Service Management and Dietetics



1992-93


40

B Sc Home Science with Computer

Applications (Vocational Subject)



1996-97

40


B Sc Mathematics

1999-00

40

B Sc Information Technology

2000-01

40

B Sc Chemistry

2005-06

40

B Sc Microbiology

2005-06

40

BA Tamil Literature with information

Technology



2005-06

50

B Com with Computer Applications

2008-09

40

BBA

2009-10

60

B Sc Psychology

2013-14

40

B Sc Food Processing And Quality Control

2013-14

40

MASTER’S DEGREE PROGRAMME

M Com

1993 - 94

36

Master of Computer Applications

TN-05/BOA(MCA)APR(CS)/96

dt.6.10.1998 (MCA)


1994- 95

30

M Sc Home Science- Food Service Management

and Dietetics λ



1999-00

25

M A English and Communication $

1999 - 00

36

M Sc Mathematics

2005 - 06

25

M Sc Information Technology

2009-10

25

M Sc Bio- Technology

2009-10

25

M Phil in Commerce

2009-10

12

M Phil in Food and Nutrition (Regular)

2010-11

10

Ph D in Home Science; Nutrition and

Dietetics (Regular and Part Time)



2010-11


8

M Phil in Computer Science

2011-12

12

Ph D in Computer Science

2011-12

8

Ph D in Commerce

2011-12

8




DIPLOMA PROGRAMME

Year of

Affiliation

Sanctioned

Strength

PG Diploma in Computer Applications

(PGDCA)


1994 - 95


25

Diploma in Information Technology

2001 – 02

25

PG Diploma in E – Commerce

2001 - 02

30

PG Diploma in Seaweed Farming and

Processing



2005 – 06


15

PG Diploma in ERP Specialization in SAP

2008-09

25

$ MA English and Communication was converted to MA English


* The programme B Sc Home Science (General) was converted to B Sc Home Science with

Computer Applications in the year 1996- 1997


@ The programme B Sc Computer Science was converted to B Sc Information Technology in

the year 2000 – 2001


# The programme B A Tamil was converted to B A Tamil Literature and Information Technology

in the year 2008 – 2009


λ The programme M Sc Home Science – Food Service Management and Dietetics was converted to M Sc Home Science Nutrition and Dietetics in the year 2010-11

COLLEGE WORKING HOURS
SHIFT I 8.30 AM -2.50 PM

SHIFT II 10.30 PM – 4.30 PM

SHIFT I

PROGRAMME OFFERED AT UNDER GRADUATE LEVEL

(Choice Based Credit System)




  1. B A English Literature

  2. B Com

  3. B Sc Food Processing and Quality Control

  4. B Sc Psychology

  5. B Sc Home Science – Nutrition, Food Service Management and Dietetics

  6. B Sc Home Science with Computer Applications

  7. B Sc Information Technology

  8. B Sc Mathematics

  9. B Sc Chemistry

  10. B Sc Microbiology


PROGRAMME OFFERED AT POSTGRADUATE LEVEL

(Choice Based Credit System)




  1. M A English Literature

  2. M Com

  3. M. Sc Home Science Nutrition and Dietetics

  4. M. Sc Mathematics

  5. MCA (AICTE approved)


RESEARCH PROGRAMME


  1. M Phil in Commerce

  2. M Phil in Home Science – Food and Nutrition (Regular )

  3. M Phil in Computer Science


REGULAR AND PART TIME


  • Ph D in Home Science – Food and Nutrition

  • Ph D in Commerce

  • Ph D in Computer ScienceLEE FOR WOMEN

SHIFT II
PROGRAMME OFFERED AT UNDER GRADUATE LEVEL

(Choice Based Credit System)




  1. B A English Literature

  2. B Com with Computer Applications

  3. B B A

  4. B Sc Mathematics

  5. B Sc Information Technology

  6. B Sc Psychology

  7. B Sc Food Processing and Quality Control*

(Subject to affiliation)
PROGRAMME OFFERED AT POST GRADUATE LEVEL

(Choice Based Credit System)




  1. M Sc Information Technology

  2. M Sc Bio – Technology


OTHER PROGRAMME

CERTIFICATE PROGRAMME AT UNDER GRADUATE LEVEL

I Year


  • Certificate Course in Spoken English


II Year


  • Idhazhiyal

  • Mozhipeyarppukkalai

  • Spoken Hindi

  • Tally 9.0 ERP

  • Library & Information Science

  • Interior Decoration

  • Physical Fitness and Health Management

  • Art & Craft Work

  • Internet Concepts

  • Photoshop

  • Office Automation

  • 3D Max, Flash

  • Teaching of Primary School Mathematics

  • Clinical Nutrition

  • Clinical Dietetics

  • English for Communication

  • Web Designing & Computer Graphics

  • Information Technology


III Year


  • Interior Decoration

  • C

  • Java

  • Corel Draw

  • Auto CAD

  • Visual Basic

  • Advanced Web Designing


DIPLOMA PROGRAMME [1 YEAR]


  • English for Communication

  • Micro Finance

  • Web Designing & Computer Graphics


CERTIFICATE PROGRAMME AT POST GRADUATE LEVEL

ADVANCED DIPLOMA COURSES (1 Year)


  • Web Designing and Computer Graphics

  • LATEX

  • Operations Research and LINDO / LINGO Packages


Post Graduate Diploma Course


  • Computer Application (PGDCA)

  • ERP

  • E-Commerce

  • TBAK COLLEGE FOR WOMEN

UGC SPONSORED CAREER ORIENTED / INNOVATIVE

PROGRAMME CERTIFICATE, DIPLOMA AND ADVANCE

DIPLOMA PROGRAMME

I Year

Certificate Course

  • Fashion Technology and Apparel Making

  • Customer Relationship Management [CRM]

  • LATEX

  • Operations Research and LINDO / LINGO Packages


II Year

Diploma Course

  • Customer Relationship Management

  • LATEX

  • Operations Research and LINDO / LINGO Packages


III Year

Advanced Diploma Course

  • Customer Relationship Management

  • LATEX

  • Operations Research and LINDO / LINGO Packages


ADD – ON PROGRAMME

  • Remedial Coaching Classes

  • Coaching scheme for Entry in Services


DUAL DEGREE PROGRAMME

  • IGNOU – ODL and Convergence Scheme Programmes approved Study Centre, New Delhi.

  • IGNOU TBAK Community College Kilakarai and Ramnad, offers a number of certificate, Diploma and Associate Degree Programmes .

  • Muballiga (3 years programme) is offered as a compulsory programme for all Muslim students enrolled in various degree programmes of the college.

TBAK COLLEGE FOR WOMEN

IGNOU-TBAK COMMUNITY COLLEGE

CERTIFICATE PROGRAMME ( 6 Months)

  • Certificate in Web Designing & computer Graphics

  • Certificate in C

  • Certificate in Java

  • Certificate in Office Automation

  • Certificate in Flash

  • Certificate in Photoshop

  • Certificate in Corel Draw

  • Certificate in Visual Basic

  • Certificate in 3D MAX

  • Certificate in AutoCAD

  • Certificate in Internet Concepts

  • Certificate in Accupuncture and Acutherapy

  • Certificate in Library Science

  • Certificate in Hindi

  • Certificate in Numerical Ability for Competitive Exam

  • Certificate in Tally

  • Certificate Course on Teaching of Primary School Mathematics

  • Certificate in Customer Relationship Management

  • Certificate in Indian Cookery

  • Certificate in Interior Decoration

  • Certificate Course in Chettinad Foods

  • Certificate Course in English for Communication

  • Certificate Course in Suttralaviyal

  • Certificate Course in MozhipeyarpukalaiLLEGE FOR WOMEN

  • Certificate Course in Ithazhiyal

  • Certificate Course in Clinical and Dietetics


DIPLOMA PROGRAMME ( 1 Year)

  • Diploma in Web Designing & Computer Graphics

  • Diploma in Customer Relationship Management

  • Diploma in Ornamental Marine Fish Culture

  • Diploma in Operation Research

  • Diploma in Micro Financing

  • Diploma in English for Communication

  • Diploma in Fashion Designing

  • Diploma in Information Technology

  • Diploma in Soft Skills

  • Diploma in Secretarial Practice

  • Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology

  • Diploma in Acupressure and Acutherapy

  • Diploma in Seaweed Farming & Processing


ASSOCIATE DEGREE (2 Years)

  • ASSOCIATE DEGREE IN COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

  • ASSOCIATE DEGREE IN COMMERCE

  • ASSOCIATE DEGREE IN ISLAMIC PERCPECTIVE IN HOMESCIENCE

  • ASSOCIATE DEGREE IN JOURANALISM AND MASS COMMUNICAITON

  • ASSOCIATE DEGREE IN FASHION DESIGNING

TBAK COLLEGE FOR WOMEN



IGNOU CERTIFICATE PROGRAMMES

OPEN AND DISTANCE LEARNING (ODL) &

CONVERGENCE SCHEME

CERTIFICATE PROGRAMME

  • Certificate in Information Technology (CIT)

  • Certificate in Primary School Mathematics (CTPM)

  • Certificate in Teaching English (CTE)

  • Certificate in Computer Literacy Programme (CLP)

  • Certificate in Food and Nutrition (CFN)

  • Certificate in Laboratory Techniques (CPLT)


DIPLOMA PROGRAMMES

  • Diploma in Creative writing in English (DCE)

  • Diploma in Computer Integrated Manufacturing (DCIM)

  • Diploma in Nutrition and Health Education (DNHE)


UNDER GRADUATE PROGRAMME

  • Bachelor of Preparatory Programme

  • B A English

  • B LISc

  • B C A

  • B Com


POST GRADUATE PROGRAMME

  • Master of English

  • M C A

  • M B A

  • M Sc DFSM

  • Master of Computer Application with Maths

  • M LISc


NCVT (National Council for Vocational Training)
Directorate General Employment and Training (DGET)
Our College is identified as a NCVT, Vocational Training Provider (VTP). The need for giving emphasis on skill development, especially for the educated unemployment youth (both for rural and urban) has been highlighted in various forums.
The skill level and educational attainment of the work force determines the productivity, income levels as well as the adaptability of the working class in changing environment.
The list of Sector and Modules approved


  • Computer Fundamentals, MS-Office, Internet and Soft Skills

  • Tally

  • Desktop Publishing

  • Spoken English and Communication Skill

  • Accounting

  • Basics of Beauty an Hair Dressing

  • CAD Illustrator – Fashion Designing

  • Basic Food Preservation

  • Baker and Confectioner


C. PROFILE OF THE DEPARTMENTS
1. DEPARTMENT OF TAMIL


1

Name of the department

Tamil

2

Year of Establishment

1988

3

Course / Programs and subject combination offered

Part I Language

4

Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled

6

5

Number of administrative staff

1

6

Number of technical staff

-

7

Number of student ( Women ) Give details course wise




8

Ratio of teacher to student

75

9

Ratio of teachers to research scholars

-

10

Number of research scholars who have obtained their master’s degree from other institution

-

11

Number of teachers in academic bodies of other Autonomous colleges and universities

-

12

Last revision of curriculum(year)

2013

13

Number of students passed in NET/SLET etc (last 5 years

-

14

Success rate of student

96%

15

Demand Ratio (No of seats: No of application)

-

16

Awards and recognition received by faculty

-

17

Faculty who have attended Natl./Intl Seminars (last 5 years)

V.Akila, R.Visalachi

M.Ibrahim Beevi,M.Alifathima



18

Number of national and international seminars organized (Last 5 years)

2+2

19

Number of teachers engaged in consultancy and the revenue generated

-

20

Number of ongoing projects and their total outlay

-

21

Research projects completed during last 5 years and their outlay

1-Manavalam Kundriyavarkalum Manitha Urimai Meeralkalum -Ramnad Dist Oor Aaivu.

22

Number of inventions and patents

-

23

Number of Ph. D theses guided during the last 5 years

-

24

Publication by faculty

9

25

Average citation index and impact factor of publications

-

26

Number of books in the Departmental library

302

27

Number of journals / Periodicals in the departmental library

-

28

Number of computers

1

29

Annual Budget

25,000


2. DEPARTMENT OF ARABIC


1

Name of the department

Arabic

2

Year of Establishment

1989

3

Course / Programs and subject combination offered

Part –I Language

4

Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled

4/4,

5

Number of administrative staff

-

6

Number of technical staff

-

7

Number of student ( Women ) Give details course wise

438

8

Ratio of teacher to student

1:70

9

Ratio of teachers to research scholars

-

10

Number of research scholars who have obtained their master’s degree from other institution

-

11

Number of teachers in academic bodies of other Autonomous colleges and universities

-

12

Last revision of curriculum(year)

2013

13

Number of students passed in NET/SLET etc (last 5 years

-

14

Success rate of student

90

15

Demand Ratio (No of seats: No of application)

-

16

Awards and recognition received by faculty

-

17

Faculty who have attended Natl./Intl Seminars (last 5 years)

2

18

Number of national and international seminars organized (Last 5 years)

-

19

Number of teachers engaged in consultancy and the revenue generated

-

20

Number of ongoing projects and their total outlay

-

21

Research projects completed during last 5 years and their outlay

-

22

Number of inventions and patents

-

23

Number of Ph. D theses guided during the last 5 years

-

24

Publication by faculty

-

25

Average citation index and impact factor of publications

-

26

Number of books in the Departmental library

234

27

Number of journals / Periodicals in the departmental library

-

28

Number of computers

2

29

Annual Budget

75,000


3. DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH


1

Name of the department

English

2

Year of Establishment

1988

3

Course / Programs and subject combination offered

BA English Literature/ MA English

4

Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled

16

5

Number of administrative staff

1

6

Number of technical staff

1

7

Number of student ( Women ) Give details course wise




CATEGORY

STRENGTH




UG [DIV I]


201



PG[DIV I]


49



UG DIV- II


247




Total

497




8

Ratio of teacher to student

16/497 = 1: 31


9

Ratio of teachers to research scholars

-

10

Number of research scholars who have obtained their master’s degree from other institution

-

11

Number of teachers in academic bodies of other Autonomous colleges and universities

-

12

Last revision of curriculum(year)

2013

13

Number of students passed in NET/SLET etc (last 5 years

-

14

Success rate of student

0dd- 90% Even- 91%

15

Demand Ratio (No of seats: No of application)

UG- 193:191=1.01 : 1

PG- 36: 28 = 1.29: 1

16

Awards and recognition received by faculty

-

17

Faculty who have attended Natl./Intl Seminars (last 5 years)

10

18

Number of national and international seminars organized (Last 5 years)

2

19

Number of teachers engaged in consultancy and the revenue generated

-

20

Number of ongoing projects and their total outlay

-

21

Research projects completed during last 5 years and their outlay

-

22

Number of inventions and patents

-

23

Number of Ph. D theses guided during the last 5 years

-

24

Publication by faculty

3

25

Average citation index and impact factor of publications

-

26

Number of books in the Departmental library

828

27

Number of journals / Periodicals in the departmental library

16

28

Number of computers

36+ 1 server

29

Annual Budget

4,19,500. 00


4. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE


1

Name of the department

Commerce

2

Year of Establishment

1988

3

Course / Programs and subject combination offered

B.Com, M.Com, B.Com CA, M.Phil, PhD

4

Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled

14 teaching staff


5

Number of administrative staff

1

6

Number of technical staff

-

7

Number of student

(men/ Women )Give details programme wise



B.com – 130

B.Com CA – 93

M.Com – 17

M.Phil – 2



8

Ratio of teacher to student

120:7


9

Ratio of teachers to research scholars

M Phil – 1:1

10

Number of research scholars who have obtained their master’s degree from other institutions

M Phil – 2,

11

Number of teachers in academic bodies of other Autonomous colleges and universities

-

12

Last revision of curriculum(year)

Feb 2013

13

Number of student passed in

NET/SLET etc (last 5 years)



1

14

Success rate of student

B.Com - 88% B.Com CA - 93% M.Com – 100% M.Phil – 18%

15

Demand Ratio (No of seats: No of application)

B.Com – 20:17

B.Com CA – 30:21

M.Com – 25:7

M.Phil - 3:1



16

Awards and recognition received by faculty

­­-

17

Faculty who have attended Natl./Intl

Seminars (last 5 years)



32

18

Number of national and international seminars organized (Last 5 years)

National Level Workshop 3

19

Number of teachers engaged in consultancy and the revenue generated

-

20

Number of ongoing projects and their total outlay

-

22

Number of inventions and patents

-

23

Number of Ph. D theses guided during the last 5 years

-

24

Publication by faculty

12

25

Average citation index and impact factor of publications

-

26

Number of books in the department library

Departmental library



801

27

Number of journals / Periodicals in the departmental library

-

28

Number of computers

Department – 3 Lab - 40

29

Annual Budget (excluding salary)

42,10,000 (including lab)


5. DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION



1

Name of the department

B B A

2

Year of Establishment

2009

3

Course / Programs and subject combination offered

B B A

4

Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled

4

5

Number of administrative staff

--

6

Number of technical staff

-

7

Number of student ( Women ) Give details course wise

47

8

Ratio of teacher to student

12

9

Ratio of teachers to research scholars

-

10

Number of research scholars who have obtained their master’s degree from other institution

-

11

Number of teachers in academic bodies of other Autonomous colleges and universities

-

12

Last revision of curriculum(year)

2012

13

Number of students passed in NET/SLET etc (last 5 years

-

14

Success rate of student




15

Demand Ratio (No of seats: No of application)




16

Awards and recognition received by faculty




17

Faculty who have attended Natl./Intl Seminars (last 5 years)

2

18

Number of national and international seminars organized (Last 5 years)

-

19

Number of teachers engaged in consultancy and the revenue generated

-

20

Number of ongoing projects and their total outlay

-

21

Research projects completed during last 5 years and their outlay

-

22

Number of inventions and patents

-

23

Number of Ph. D theses guided during the last 5 years

-

24

Publication by faculty

6

25

Average citation index and impact factor of publications

3.2

26

Number of books in the Departmental library




27

Number of journals / Periodicals in the departmental library




28

Number of computers

3

29

Annual Budget

1,00,000



6. DEPARTMENT HOME SCIENCE


1

Name of the department

HOME SCIENCE & RESEARCH CENTRE

2

Year of Establishment

1988

3

Course / Programs and subject combination offered

B.Sc HSC CA,

B.Sc HSC NFSM&D,

M.Sc N&D,

M.Phil HSC Food & Nutrition, PhD HSC Food & Nutrition



4

Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled

8 Sanctioned

8 Filled


5

Number of administrative staff

Nil

6

Number of technical staff

Nil

7

Number of student ( Women ) Give details course wise

B.Sc HSC CA-52

B.Sc HSC NFSM&D-98

M.Sc N&D-7

M.Phil HSC Food & Nutrition-Nil

PhD HSC Food & Nutrition-8


8

Ratio of teacher to student

9

9

Ratio of teachers to research scholars

1:8

10

Number of research scholars who have obtained their master’s degree from other institution

6

11

Number of teachers in academic bodies of other Autonomous colleges and universities

Nil

12

Last revision of curriculum(year)

2016

13

Number of students passed in NET/SLET etc. (last 5 years

Nil

14

Success rate of student (2015-2016)

B.Sc HSC CA-87%

B.Sc HSC NFSM&D-89%

M.Sc N&D-100%


15

Demand Ratio (No of seats: No of application)

B.Sc HSC CA-40:24

B.Sc HSC NFSM&D-52:51

M.Sc N&D-25:4


16

Awards and recognition received by faculty

2

17

Faculty who have attended Natl./Intl Seminars (last 5 years)

All the Faculties

18

Number of national and international seminars organized (Last 5 years)

Nil

19

Number of teachers engaged in consultancy and the revenue generated

Nil

20

Number of ongoing projects and their total outlay

1

21

Research projects completed during last 5 years and their outlay

1 Major

1 Minor


22

Number of inventions and patents

1

23

Number of Ph. D theses guided during the last 5 years

8

24

Publication by faculty(2015-2016)

Journal-5

Proceedings-3



25

Average citation index and impact factor of publications




26

Number of books in the Departmental library

245

27

Number of journals / Periodicals in the departmental library

38

28

Number of computers

2

29

Annual Budget

33 ,25,500



7. DEPARTMENT COMPUTER SCIENCE


1

Name of the department

Computer Science

2

Year of Establishment

1988

3

Course / Programs and subject combination offered

BSc, MSc, MCA, MPhil, PhD

4

Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled

17

5

Number of administrative staff

-

6

Number of technical staff

1

7

Number of student ( Women ) Give details course wise




BSc

MCA

MSc

MPhil

238

19

15

4




8

Ratio of teacher to student

1:16

9

Ratio of teachers to research scholars

1: 4

10

Number of research scholars who have obtained their master’s degree from other institution

MPhil : 3

PhD : 2


11

Number of teachers in academic bodies of other Autonomous colleges and universities

1

12

Last revision of curriculum(year)

2016

13

Number of students passed in NET/SLET etc (last 5 years

1

14

Success rate of student

BSc

MCA

MSc

MPhil

88.8%

100%

95.6%

100%




15

Demand Ratio (No of seats: No of application)

1:1

16

Awards and recognition received by faculty

2

17

Faculty who have attended Natl./Intl Seminars (last 5 years)

Dr Nadira Banu Kamal, Ms N Nagajothi, Ms A Radha, B Thillaieswari

N

14


18

Number of national and international seminars organized (Last 5 years)

1

19

Number of teachers engaged in consultancy and the revenue generated

-

20

Number of ongoing projects and their total outlay

-

21

Research projects completed during last 5 years and their outlay

1, Rs.11,11,800

22

Number of inventions and patents

-

23

Number of Ph. D theses guided during the last 5 years

-

24

Publication by faculty

12

25

Average citation index and impact factor of publications

0.6

26

Number of books in the Departmental library

202

27

28


Number of journals / Periodicals in the departmental library

Number of computers



32

No Journals

Magazine

125

14

5

29

Annual Budget

2,20,000


8. DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS


1

Name of the department

Mathematics

2

Year of Establishment

1999

3

Course / Programs and subject combination offered

1. B. Sc.,

2. M. Sc.,

3. COP: (1) LATEX

(2) Operations research and LINDO/LINGO Packages



4

Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled

Sanctioned: 14

Filled : 14



5

Number of administrative staff

1

6

Number of technical staff

-

7

Number of student ( Women ) Give details course wise

B. Sc., - 374

M. Sc., - 36

COP: LATEX - 39

COP: Operations Research and LINDO/LINGO Packages: -27



8

9


Ratio of teacher to student

Ratio of teachers to research scholars



1:29

-

10

Number of research scholars who have obtained their master’s degree from other institution

-

11

Number of teachers in academic bodies of other Autonomous colleges and universities

-

12

Last revision of curriculum(year)

2013

13

Number of students passed in NET/SLET etc (last 5 years

-

14

Success rate of student

92%

15

16


Demand Ratio (No of seats: No of application)

Awards and recognition received by faculty



No. of seats: 40+12

No. of applications: 52



DIVISION II

B. Sc 99.75%




Dr. R. Punitha received Rs. For completion of Ph D., and 3 international publications.

17

Faculty who have attended Natl./Intl Seminars (last 5 years)

10

18

Number of national and international seminars organized (Last 5 years)

-

19

Number of teachers engaged in consultancy and the revenue generated

-

20

Number of ongoing projects and their total outlay

-

21

Research projects completed during last 5 years and their outlay

-

22

Number of inventions and patents

-

23

Number of Ph. D theses guided during the last 5 years

-

24

Publication by faculty

3 international publications

25

Average citation index and impact factor of publications

-

26

Number of books in the Departmental library

439

27

Number of journals / Periodicals in the departmental library

-

28

Number of computers

22

29

Annual Budget

Rs. 5,61,200


9. DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY


1

Name of the Department

Chemistry

2

Year of Establishment

2005

3

Course / Programs and subject combination offered

B.sc chemistry

4

Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled

4

5

Number of administrative staff

-

6

Number of technical staff

1

7

Number of student (Women ) Give details course wise

114

8

Ratio of teacher to student

1:5

9

Ratio of teachers to research scholars

nil

10

Number of research scholars who have obtained their master’s degree from other institution

nil

11

Number of teachers in academic bodies of other Autonomous colleges and universities

-

12

Last revision of curriculum(year)

june2015

13

Number of student passed in NET/SLET etc (last 5 years

nil

14

Success rate of student

70%

15

Demand Ratio (No of sets: No of application)

40:52

16

Awards and recognition received by faculty

nil

17

Faculty who have attended Natl./Intl Seminars (last 5 years)

5

18

Number of national and international seminars organized (Last 5 years)

1 international

19

Number of teachers engaged in consultancy and the revenue generated

nil

20

Number of ongoing projects and their total outlay

nil

21

Research projects completed during last 5 years and their outlay

89

22

Number of inventions and patents

nil

23

Number of Ph. D thesis guided during the last 5 years

nil

24

Publication by faculty

nil

25

Average citation index and impact factor of publications

nil

26

Number of books in the Departmental library

91

27

Number of journals / Periodicals in the departmental library

nil

28

Number of computers

2

29

Annual Budget

Rs. 72,,870



10. DEPARTMENT OF FOOD PROCESSING AND QUALITY CONTROL


1

Name of the department

FOOD PROCESSING AND QUALITY CONTOL

2

Year of Establishment

2014

3

Course / Programs and subject combination offered

B.Sc Food Processing And Quality Contol

Certificate course in



4

Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled

3 sanctioned and filled 1

5

Number of administrative staff




6

Number of technical staff

1

7

Number of student ( Women ) Give details course wise

1st B.Sc FPQC -10

2nd B.Sc FPQC-5



8

Ratio of teacher to student

1:15

9

Ratio of teachers to research scholars




10

Number of research scholars who have obtained their master’s degree from other institution




11

Number of teachers in academic bodies of other Autonomous colleges and universities




12

Last revision of curriculum(year)

2016

13

Number of students passed in NET/SLET etc (last 5 years




14

Success rate of student

75%

15

Demand Ratio (No of seats: No of application)

1:1

16

Awards and recognition received by faculty




17

Faculty who have attended Natl./Intl Seminars (last 5 years)

2

18

Number of national and international seminars organized (Last 5 years)




19

Number of teachers engaged in consultancy and the revenue generated




20

Number of ongoing projects and their total outlay




21

Research projects completed during last 5 years and their outlay




22

Number of inventions and patents




23

Number of Ph. D theses guided during the last 5 years




24

Publication by faculty

3

25

Average citation index and impact factor of publications




26

Number of books in the Departmental library




27

Number of journals / Periodicals in the departmental library

5

28

Number of computers

1

29

Annual Budget

1.2 Lakhs



11. DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY


1

Name of the department

PSYCHOLOGY

2

Year of Establishment

2013

3

Course / Programs and subject combination offered

BSc psychology

4

Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled

4 sanctioned 2 posts filled

5

Number of administrative staff

0

6

Number of technical staff

0

7

Number of student ( Women ) Give details course wise

29

8

Ratio of teacher to student

2:29

9

Ratio of teachers to research scholars

0

10

Number of research scholars who have obtained their master’s degree from other institution

0

11

Number of teachers in academic bodies of other Autonomous colleges and universities

1

12

Last revision of curriculum(year)

2016

13

Number of students passed in NET/SLET etc (last 5 years

0

14

Success rate of student

100%

15

Demand Ratio (No of seats: No of application)




16

Awards and recognition received by faculty

0

17

Faculty who have attended Natl./Intl Seminars (last 5 years)

1

18

Number of national and international seminars organized (Last 5 years)

2

19

Number of teachers engaged in consultancy and the revenue generated

1

20

Number of ongoing projects and their total outlay

0

21

Research projects completed during last 5 years and their outlay

1

22

Number of inventions and patents

0

23

Number of Ph. D theses guided during the last 5 years

0

24

Publication by faculty

1

25

Average citation index and impact factor of publications

-

26

Number of books in the Departmental library




27

Number of journals / Periodicals in the departmental library

-

28

Number of computers

5

29

Annual Budget

100000


12. DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION


1

Name of the department

Physical Education

2

Year of Establishment

1988

3

Course / Programs and subject combination offered

Director of Physical Education

4

Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled

2

5

Number of administrative staff

Nil

6

Number of technical staff

Nil

7

Number of student ( Women ) Give details course wise

Division –I Division- II

Iyr-467 IIIyr-295 Iyr-277 IIIyr-200



DIVISION II

477

8

Ratio of teacher to student

1:467 1:295 1:277 1:200

9

Ratio of teachers to research scholars

Nil

10

Number of research scholars who have obtained their master’s degree from other institution

Nil

11

Number of teachers in academic bodies of other Autonomous colleges and universities

Nil

12

Last revision of curriculum(year)

Nil

13

Number of students passed in NET/SLET etc (last 5 years

Nil

14

Success rate of student

Nil

15

Demand Ratio (No of seats: No of application)

Nil

16

Awards and recognition received by faculty

Nil

17

Faculty who have attended Natl./Intl Seminars (last 5 years)

Nil

18

Number of national and international seminars organized (Last 5 years)

Nil

19

Number of teachers engaged in consultancy and the revenue generated

Nil

20

Number of ongoing projects and their total outlay

Nil

21

Research projects completed during last 5 years and their outlay

Nil

22

Number of inventions and patents

Nil

23

Number of Ph. D theses guided during the last 5 years

Nil

24

Publication by faculty

Nil

25

Average citation index and impact factor of publications

Nil

26

Number of books in the Departmental library

Nil

27

Number of journals / Periodicals in the departmental library

Nil

28

Number of computers

1

29

Annual Budget

4,35,500


13. DEPARTMENT OF LIBRARY


1.

Name of the department

Library

2.

Year of establishment

1988

3.

Courses/Programs and subject combinations offered

Certificate in Library and Information Science

4.

Number of Teaching posts sanctioned and filled

-

5.

Number of Administrative Staff

-

6.

Number of Technical Staff

2

7.

Number of students Give details course wise

-

8.

Ratio of Teacher to students

1:5

9.

Ratio of Teachers to Research scholars

-

10.

Number of research scholars who have obtained their master’s degree from other institutions

-

11.

Number of teachers in academic bodies of other Autonomous Colleges and Universities

-

12.

Latest revision of the curriculum(year)

2014-2015

13.

Number of students passed in NET/SLET etc.(last 3 years)

-

14.

Success rate of students

100%

15.

Demand Ratio(No of seats: No of applications)

-

16.

Awards and recognition received by faculty(last 5 years)

-

17.

Faculty who have attended Natl./Intl. Seminars(last 5 years)




18.

Number of national/international seminars organized(last 5 years)

-

19.

Number of teachers engaged in consultancy and the revenue generated

-

20.

Number of Ongoing projects and their total outlay

-

21.

Research projects completed during last five years & their outlay

-

22.

Number of Inventions and patents

-

23.

Number of Ph.D theses guided during the last 5 years

-

24.

Publications by faculty(last 5 years)

1

25.

Average citation index and impact factor of publications

-

26.

Number of Books in the Departmental Library, if any

25677

27.

Number of journals/Periodicals in the departmental library

201

28.

Number of computers

3

29.

Annual Budget(excluding salary)

Rs. 5000,00


14. DEPARTMENT OF MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY


1

Name of the department

Microbiology & Biotechnology

2

Year of Establishment

Microbiology 2005

3

Course / Programs and subject combination offered

Biotechnology 2009

4

Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled

Sanctioned – 7

Filled - 7



5

Number of administrative staff

---

6

Number of technical staff

1

7

Number of student ( Women ) Give details course wise

I B. Sc Microbiology

II B. Sc Microbiology

III B. Sc Microbiology

I M. Sc Biotechnology

II M. Sc Biotechnology


8

Ratio of teacher to student

1:18.29

9

Ratio of teachers to research scholars

Not Applicable

10

Number of research scholars who have obtained their master’s degree from other institution

No

11

Number of teachers in academic bodies of other Autonomous colleges and universities

Nil

12

Last revision of curriculum(year)

2013

13

Number of students passed in NET/SLET etc (last 5 years

Nil

14

Success rate of student

UG Microbiology – 92%

PG Biotechnology – 100%



15

Demand Ratio (No of seats: No of application)

Nil

16

Awards and recognition received by faculty

Nil

17

Faculty who have attended Natl./Intl Seminars (last 5 years)

01

18

Number of national and international seminars organized (Last 5 years)

Nil

19

Number of teachers engaged in consultancy and the revenue generated

Nil

20

Number of ongoing projects and their total outlay

Nil

21

Research projects completed during last 5 years and their outlay

Nil

22

Number of inventions and patents

Nil

23

Number of Ph. D theses guided during the last 5 years

Nil

24

Publication by faculty

5

25

Average citation index and impact factor of publications

-

26

Number of books in the Departmental library

245

27

Number of journals / Periodicals in the departmental library

10

28

Number of computers

1

29

Annual Budget

Rs.8,06,938.00



INTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE CELL

Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) is the quality assurance of the college. It is a facilitative and participatory organ of the institution. Maintaining the momentum of quality consciousness is crucial for the Internal Quality Assurance Cell. It is conceived as a mechanism to build and ensure quality in the institution. It has a specific structure and works with enough flexibility to meet the diverse needs of the stakeholders. The IQAC is meant for planning, guiding and monitoring Quality Assurance (QA) and Quality Enhancement (QE) activities of the institution. It channelizes and systematizes the efforts and measures of the institution towards academic excellence. It is the driving force for ushering in quality by working out intervention strategies to remove deficiencies and enhance quality.

The Internal Quality Assurance Cell of our college was established in the year 2002 as on internal agency to plan and execute strategies for the sustenance and enhancement of the over all quality of the institution.

Goals


  1. Two develop a quality system for conscious, consistent and catalytic programmed action to improve the performance of the institution

  2. To promote measures for institutional functioning towards sustenance and enhancement through best practices

The IQAC Structure

The IQAC was constituted under the chairmanship of the Principal. She is assisted by a Coordinator who is a faculty member from the department of Microbiology and Biotechnology. This position is held as an additional charge by the faculty member concerned. In addition, there are two administrative officers; one management member, two external experts and seven members of teaching faculty are members of IQAC.



Composition of IQAC:

S.No

Category of Member

Name of the Member



Chairperson

Dr. S. Sumayaa


Senior Administrative Officers




1.Ms N.Gowri

Controller of Examinations


2. Mr. R Raj Kumar

Office Superintendent






Members of Teaching Faculty





1. Ms. M. Regina

2. Ms. M. Ibrahim Beevi

3. Ms. B. Habisha

4. Ms. K. M. Buvaneshwari

5. Ms. A. Radha

6. Ms. S. Dhanya Mol

7. Ms. S. Naziya




Members from the Management



1.Mr Sheik Dawood Khan

Deputy General Manager

Seethakathi Trust

Chennai





Members from local society


1. Dr. S. Suresh dass

Associate professor,

Director of IQAC,

Govt. Sethupathy Arts and Science College,

Achunthanvayal Post,

Ramanathapuram District,

Tamilnadu, India
2. Dr. M.G. Sethuraman

Professor & Head

Department of Chemistry &

Director, IQAC

Gandhigram Rural Institute - DU

Gandhigram – 624 302

Dindigul District,

Tamil Nadu, India






Coordinator of IQAC

1. Ms B. Seeni Rahfu Nisha



Members from student Community



Kabir Rifaye Mudeedha

III BSc H.Sc(CA) [ division I]

D.B. Vishali

II B.Com CA [ division II]







Functions of IQAC

  • Development and application of quality benchmarks/parameters for the various academic and administrative activities of the Colleges

  • Facilitating the creation of a learner-centric environment conducive for quality education and faculty maturation to adopt the required knowledge and technology for participatory teaching and learning process;

  • Arrangement for feedback responses from students, parents and other stakeholders on quality related institutional processes;

  • Dissemination of information on the various quality parameters of higher education;

  • Organization of workshops/seminars/Conference on quality related themes

  • Documentation of the various programme / activities leading to quality improvement

  • Preparation of the Annual Quality Assurance Report (AQAR) to be submitted to NAAC, TNSAAC and Alagappa University

  • Bi-annual development of Quality Radars (QRs) and Ranking of Integral Unites of Colleges based on the AQAR

  • Interaction with SQACs in the pre and post accreditation quality assessment, sustenance and enhancement endeavors

  • Collecting feedback from students on all activities of the college

  • Conducting External Expert and Student Appraisal of Staff on teaching and student support

  • Collecting Feedback from all stake holders such as Parents and Alumnae

  • Installation and Maintenance of student and staff plan boxes for their suggestions

Benefits of IQAC

  1. Ensures heightened level of clarity and focus in institutional functioning towards quality sustenance and enhancement.

  2. Ensures internalization of the quality culture

  3. Enhances integration among the various activities of the college and institutionalize good practices

  4. Provides a sound dynamic system for quality changes

  5. Builds an organized methodology of documentation and internal communication.

Financial Assistance for IQAC

As our College is under section 2(f) & 12B of the UGC Act, it is eligible to receive the financial support by UGC for establishing and strengthening of the IQAC.


Fund Requested (five years of XII plan):

S.No

Particular

Amount

1

Honorarium to the Director/Coordinator, IQAC

Rs. 1000x12x5 = 60,000.00

2

Office Equipment

60,000.00

3

Hiring Services for Secretarial & Technical Services

60,000.00

4

ICTs Communication expenses

70,000.00

5

Contingencies

50,000.00

Total

3,00,000/-

ANNUAL QUALITY ASSURANCE REPORT [AQAR] OF THE IQAC

Name of the Institution : Thassim Beevi Abdul Kader College for Women

Year of Report : 2015-2016

Section A: Plan of action chalked out by the IQAC in the beginning of the year towards quality enhancement

I Infrastructure and Facilities

To place requests to the management for the following infrastructure



  1. Completion of Auditorium construction before December 2016.

  2. To construct a separate block to house all Quality Circles with the facilities needed.

  3. A computer with internet connection with power back up in all the working hours.

II Institutional Development through other Quality Circles

  1. Conducting Internal Academic Audit through Internal and External Academic Audit Cell (IAAC).

  2. Conducting Orientation programme on “Language Skills” for the teachers through the Quality Circle for Staff Development

  3. Conducting student orientation programme through the Quality Circle for Student Development

  4. Publishing annual research journal through the Quality Circle for Research

  5. Holding a job fair by the Quality Circle for Placement to increase student placements

  6. Instigating the Eco club to give importance for green concepts

  7. Strengthening the student counselling activities

  8. Addressing the grievances of staff and students through the grievance redressal cell.

  9. Conducting remedial classes for slow learners.

  10. Organising Educational exhibition for school students every year.

III Activities by IQAC

  1. ICSSR sponsored A one day National Seminar on Best practices in teaching and Quality Assessment at college level jointly organized by the Quality Circle For Internal Quality Assurance Cell and the Department of Psychology.

  2. Convened meetings with all Quality Circles in the academic year 2014-2015

  3. Conducted student evaluation of staff in the month of November 2014

  4. Collected feedbacks from students in the month of February 2015

  5. ISO Surveillance Audit under the auditing of Mr. Krishna Moorthy Quality Austria held on various departments, quality circles, canteen and hostel etc., On 16th Oct 2014 (evening) a review meeting was conducted and he proceeded over it.

  6. Quality Circle for Staff Development along with Quality Circle for Research has organized an orientation on “Basics of Research and Common Affairs of the College” for teaching faculty who have less than two years of experience and they gave lectures on “Teachers Commitment towards their Profession”, “Basics of Research” and “Curriculum Planning, Designing & Evaluation” respectively.

7. Remedial Classes were commenced for all the II & III year UG students from 09.08.2015

8. IQAC organized a one day Educational exhibition cum career guidance program for school students on 3.08.2014.

9. Publicity Drive was initiated By Dr.S.Mercy, IQAC Coordinator, offering courses and job opportunities to 375 (Government Girls’ Higher Secondary School, Paramakudi) students.

Section B: Details in respect of the following


  1. Activities reflecting the goals and objectives of the college

All the programme and activities were oriented towards the achievement of the vision and mission of the institution to provide quality education to socially and economically backward community women.

The aim with which the autonomy was achieved is gradually fulfilled by introducing courses and programme by utilizing the local available resources and to enable the empowerment of the womenfolk of the locals through various need based programme.

Institution designs the courses and continuously reviews and updates the curriculum so as to bring them in line with the rapid advancements taking place worldwide. The college follows the tradition of encouraging the faculty to participate and to organize national/state level seminars and workshops to keep pace with the latest trends in the subjects, updating their knowledge and skills and to interact with the academic experts. To update knowledge and to provide wide exposure to the students in their subject, several departments have arranged extension and guest lectures.

To fulfill the goals and objectives of the institution various activities have been taken up by improving the quality of teaching. In which values and Education and activities play a vital role. The IQAC of the college monitors the academic and administrative activities for quality sustenance and enhancement. The departmental and quality circle activities are reflecting the goals and objectives of the institution. They are



  • Organizing and attending the international / national / state level seminars

  • Introducing the projects in the curricula

  • Guest lectures on career guidance

  • Organizing skill oriented programmes for students

  • Conducting extension programme

  1. New academic programme initiated UG and PG Programme - NIL

  2. Innovations in curricular design and transaction

Department of English:

  • Syllabus has been revised for the academic year 2014 -15 contributing practical hours in each unit comprising LSRW.

Bachelor of Food Processing and Quality Control

Core Papers

  • Principles of Processing and Preservation

  • Basic Food Processing Lab

  • Basic Principles of Food Quality Control

  • Food Product Development Techniques

  • Dairy Technology

  • Cereal Technology

  • Technology of Seafood

  • Cereal Processing Lab

  • Bakery & Confectionary

  • Technology of Meat, Poultry & Egg

  • Bakery & Confectionary Lab

  • Project

Elective Papers

  • Technology of Packaging

  • Food Quality Management

  • Project Management & Entrepreneurship

  • Foundation of Food & Nutrition

  • Food Chemistry - II

  • Food Safety

Skill based electives

  • Bakery Product Lab

  • Confectionary Product Lab

  • Food Microbiology Lab

  • Technology of Fruits and Veg lab

  • Waste Management of Food Industries

  • Food Chemistry II [Theory] Or Food safety

  • Food Chemistry II lab

Extra Credit

  • Seaweed cultivation and Processing

  • Islamic Perspectives in diet

  • Book Keeping and accounting

  • Mini Project

  • Skills for Employment Development

Allied papers

  • Principles of Food Science

  • Food Science Lab

  • Food Microbiology

  • Technology of Fruits and Vegetables

Bachelor of PSYCHOLOGY

Core Papers

  • Basic psychology

  • Social Psychology-Individual Process

  • Cognitive Processes

  • Social Psychology Group Processes

  • Fundamentals of Developmental Psychology

  • Sensory process Practical

  • Psychology of Adolescents and adults

  • Human resource development

  • Psychopathology-I

  • Psychological Testing Practical

  • Educational Psychology-I

  • Psychopathology-II

  • Educational Psychology-II

  • Psychological Counseling

  • Project work report

Allied papers

  • Environmental psychology

  • Health psychology

  • Health psychology

  • Descriptive statistics

  • Inferential statistics

  • Geriatric Psychology

  • Bio-psychology

Skill Based Electives

  • Managing Emotions

  • Attention and Perception practical

  • Basic research methodology

  • Positive psychology

  • Work psychology

  • Basic psychotherapies


Non Major Elective

  • Intelligence And Creativity

Extra credits

  • Goal setting –training module

  • Managing Health and Obesity

  • Psychological assessment for special children

  • Emerging trends in psychology

  • Skill based employability development



6. Candidates qualified; NET/SLET/GATE etc.

  • Ms C Rosy, Assistant Professor, Department of English passed (NET)

  1. Initiative towards faculty development programme

  • The quality Circle for Staff Development organized a one day orientation programme on the topic, “Total Quality Teacher” for all the faculty members, the feedback collected on 05.05.2016

  • Planning meeting conducted by IQAC to organize Expert Appraisal of staff and State Level Essay Competition in collaboration with the Quality Circle for Extracurricular activity on 18.06.2015.

  • The faculty members, joined in the academic year 2015-16, oriented on “How to access E-Resources and OPAC” (Online Public Access Catalogue) by Dr S Sirajunissa, Ms P Sumathi, Ms R. Sargunapathi on 18.2.2016

  • Quality circle for staff development organized a four-day workshop for the faculty members with less than five years of experience on the topic “Communication Skills”

From 1.6.2015 to 4.6.2015

8. Total number of Seminars/Workshops/Symposium conducted

No. of Workshops : 4

No. of Seminars : National - Nil International – Nil

No. of Symposium : International-1

9. Research Projects



  1. On-going : Nil

  2. Completed: 2


10. Patents generated, if any

Nil


11. New collaborative research programmes

Nil
12. Research grants received from various agencies




05.09.2015

Received release of Grant-in aid order for ` 1,14,797/- Travel Grant Scheme to attend the international conference from 18th to 20th December 2014 at Sakarya University, Turkey - Dr A R Nadira Banu (File No. F-6-441/2014dated 24.08.2015)

07.09.2015

Received release of Grant-in aid order for ` 2,65,284/- towards Travel Grant Scheme to attend the international conference from 28th – 30th October 2013 at Kansas city, USA - Dr Sumayaa Principal F.No. 6-465/2013 (TG) dated 21.11.2013

21.09.2015


Received f Grant- ` 1,26,991/-for the Major Research Project Principal Investigator Dr. A.R. Nadira Banu Topic Efficient Iteration free Fractal Image Compression

(F No. 39-127/2010 (SR) dated 27.12.2010) FD Diary No. 7094 dated 26/208/2015 Project Completed



22.02.2016


Received ` 1,14,797/-from UGC New Delhi towards Travel Grant Scheme to attend the international conference from 18th to 20th December 2014 at Sakarya University, Turkey – Dr A R Nadira Banu (File No. F-6-441/2014dated 24.08.2015)

23.02.2016


Received ` 2,65, 284/- from UGC New Delhi towards Travel Grant Scheme to attend the international conference from 28th – 30th October 2013 at Kansas city, USA - Dr Sumayaa Principal F.No. 6-465/2013 (TG) dated 21.11.2013


13. Details of research scholars


S.No

Name of the Department

Number of Staff

Number of Students

M Phil

Ph D

M Phil

Ph D

1.

Tamil

3

2

-

-

2.

Arabic

-

-

-

-

3.

Hindi

-

-

-

-

4.

English

7

1

-

-

5.

Commerce

6

2

3

-

6

Business Administration

-

1

-

-

7.

Computer Science

6

2

4

-

7.

Home Science

-

1

-

-

8.

Microbiology

4

-

-

-

9.

Mathematics

3

1

-

-

10.

Chemistry

2

1

-

-

11

Psychology

-

1

-

-

12

Food processing & Quality control

-

-

-

-

13

Physical Education

2

-

-

-

14

Library

1

2

-

-



14. Citation index of faculty members and impact factor


  • Ms S Manicka Vasuki , Assistant Professor, Department of Business Administration, in the title “Fostering Quality Teaching Policies and Practices “published International Journal of Business and Administration Research Review Vol 3 Issue 10 ISSN 2348-0653 Page No.233-236 (Impact Factor: 3.072)

  • Ms S Manicka Vasuki Assistant Professor, Department of Business Administration, in the title

E-CRM in banking Sector “published International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research Review Vol -1 Issue -8 ISSN 2395-1877 Page No.69-71 (Impact Factor2.262).

  • Ms U Lubna Suraiya Assistant Professor, Department of Business Administration, in the title

E-Recruitment-A Detonation Platform to the Organization in the competitive Monarchy” EPRA International Journal of Economic and Business Review Monthly Peer Reviewed, Refereed and Indexed International Journal Vol – 3 Issue – 12 December2015Print ISSN:2349-0187Online ISSN:2347-9671(Impact Factor: 1.259)

  • Ms U Lubna Suraiya Assistant Professor, Department of Business Administration, in the title

Concot Of Six Sigma – A Prominent Bull’s Eye On Production Zone” EPRA International Journal of Climate and Resource Economic ReviewAnnual Peer Reviewed , Refereed and Indexed International Print Journal Vol – 3 December 2015-2016 ISSN:2347-7431 Page No.112-116(Impact Factor: 0.499 )
15. Honours/Awards to the faculty:

CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF STAFF PERFORMANCE FOR CASH AWARDS 2015 – 2016

HOD PERFORMANCE RANK LIST 2016





SN

Name of the Staff

Points

Total

Amount




API score

Result




1

Dr S Sumayaa

142.5

5

147.5

15500




2

Dr Nadira Banu Kamal

100

28.75

128.75

12875




3

Ms Muthumareeswari

45

20

65

7000




4

Ms Punitha

40

12.5

52.5

11250




5

Ms Akila

30

25

55

7500




6

Dr M Srimathi

30

2.5

32.5

5250




7

Ms Dhanya Mol

17.5

82.5

100

10750




8

Ms Zulaiha

16

0

16

2500




9

Dr Jasmine

10

34.1

44.1

5910




10

Ms Naseema Farveen

10

5

15

3000




11

Dr Sirajunissa Begum

10

0

10

2500




12

Dr Rajani

0

9.1

9.1

910




Total

84945



Faculty Performance Rank List 2016


































SN

Name of the Staff

Points

Amount




1

Ms U Lubna Suraiya

128

12000




2

Ms S Manicka Vasuki

94

9000




3

Ms K M Buvaneswari

79.5

5750




4

Ms A Radha

57

5500




5

Ms D Murugeswari

53.75

5375




6

Ms N Nagajothi

52

5000




7

Ms K Mani Megalai

42.5

4250




8

Ms Anwar R Shaheen

42.5

4250




9

Ms K Vinothini

40

4000




11

Ms R Lakshmi Shree

38.75

2875




10

Ms R Visalatchi

32

3000




12

Ms Kamala Jothi

28.75

2875




13

Ms M Ibrahim Beevi

27.5

2750




14

Ms A Arul Arasi

27.5

2750




15

Ms T Aliya Riswana

25.5

2250




16

Ms K Jasmin Malar

25

2500




17

Ms A Asan Banu

25

2500




18

Ms G Angayarkanni

24.5

2250




19

Ms K Ashwini

24.25

2125




20

Ms R Sannath Birthous

23.75

2375




21

Ms K Priya

22.5

2250




22

Ms M Reihanathil Adaviya

22

2000




23

Ms S Panbarasi Fathima

22

2000




24

Ms J Arthy

20

2000




25

Ms J S Naseehath Fahima

20

2000




26

Ms R Sindhu

20

2000




27

Ms M Priyadharshini

20

2000




28

Ms M Fathima Suraiya

20

1500




29

Ms I Gayathri

19.5

1750




30

Ms C Rosy

17.5

1750




31

Ms D Usha Rani

17.5

1750




32

Dr K Buvaneswari

16.6

1660




33

Ms S Fathima Rustha

15

1500




34

Ms R Shibana

15

1500




35

Ms S Jeya Prabha

15

1500




36

Ms M Regina

15

1500




37

Ms L Radha

15

1500




38

Ms R Rajeshwari

15

1500




39

Ms G Saravana Priya

15

1500




40

Ms G Muneeswari

15

1500




41

Ms R Sathya

15

1500




42

Ms S Naziya

15

1500




43

Ms B Vasantha

12.5

1250




44

Ms K Supriya

12.5

1250




45

Ms B Thillai Eswari

11.25

1125




46

Ms M Mahaboob Rani

10

1000




47

Ms A Kansul Mahiribha

10

1000




48

Ms R Parameswari

10

1000




49

Ms M Imrana

10

1000




50

Ms L Fierose Banu

10

1000




51

Ms N Girija

10

1000




52

Ms R Srimathi

10

1000




53

Ms H Noorul Samsoon Maharifa

10

1000




54

Ms Jayashree Majumdar

10

1000




55

Ms J Fathima kaleema

9.5

500




56

Ms Ali Fathima

7.5

750




57

Ms B Seeni Rahfu Nisha

7.5

750




58

Ms U K Deepika

7.5

750




59

Ms I Almas Banu

7.5

750




60

Ms G Kaleeswari

7.5

750




61

Ms Manimekala

7.5

750




62

Ms Nooriya

7.5

750




63

Ms B Habisha

7.5

750




64

MS Nesamani

7.5

750




65

Ms C Pandisasikala

7.5

750




66

MS Sargunapathi

7.5

750




67

Ms R Ammu

7.5

250




68

Ms S Jeya Chithra

7

500




69

Ms M Saila Banu

6.25

625




70

Ms T Shanthini

6

500




71

Ms Madheena Beevi

5

500




72

Ms Jeinambu Zulaiha

5

500




73

Ms R Rajalakshmi

5

500




74

Ms J Shanmuga Priya

5

500




75

Ms S Seeni Mohamed Nachiya

5

500




76

Ms K Kavitha

5

500




77

Ms P Vahegari Devi

5

500




78

Ms Sumathi

5

500




79

Ms Angel

2.5

250




 

Total

148535



16. Internal resources generated


  • The Alumnae association of the college runs a Student Service Centre, where students can take printouts and photo copies at a nominal cost.

  • The blood test report provided by Nutrition department at nominal cost.

  • The Department of English – Earn While You Learn scheme. Student tutors will Be utilised for handling bridge course and spoken English classes.


17. Details of departments getting assistance / recognition under SAP / COSIST (ASSIST) / DST,

FIST and other programmes
Nil
18. Community Services



DATE


DEPARTMENT


CSS ACTIVITY

03.08.2015



Commerce

&

Business Administration



Awareness about child safety was given to II, III & IV standard students and awareness about government saving schemes was given to V & VI standard students of Pearl Matriculation School, Kilakarai.

03.08.2015
11.08.2015
19.08.2015
27.08.2015


Chemistry





Had a discussion on the topic, Importance of Women’s Education and Development.

Visited rural area (Mavilanthoppu) for adult education

Visited rural area (Mavilanthoppu) for adult education

Visited the School (Pearl Matriculation, Kilakarai) to create awareness about cleanliness

Visited rural area (Mavilanthoppu) for creating awareness to keep the environment clean.


11.08.2015



Mathematics



Students went to Nadar Middle School at Mavilathopu and they taught Numbers in words (from 21 to 30) for I to III standard students

Factorization for IV to V standard students.

Algebraic Formulas for VI to VIII.


19.08.2015


Mathematics



Students taught Nadar Middle School children at Mavilathopu.


S No

Class

Topic



I to III

Numbers in words (31 to 40)



IV to V

Multiplication on 3 digits by 2 digits



VI to VIII

Finding HCF using Factors




19.08.2015


Commerce

&

Business Administration



Awareness about traffic rules was given to V & VI standard students and awareness on good manners was given to I, II & III standard students of Pearl Matriculation School, Kilakarai.


27.08.2015

Commerce

&

Business Administration



Awareness about pollution and rain water harvesting was given to VII, VIII, and IX students of Pearl Matriculation School, Kilakarai.


27.08.2015





Mathematics





Students taught Nadar Middle School children at Mavilathopu.


S No

Class

Topic



I to III

Numbers in words (41 to 50)



IV to V

Multiplication on 3 digits by 2 digits



VI to VIII

Finding HCF using Factors




04.09.2015

English

13 students from both English and IT departments took one to one tuition for 13 children of blue –collared workers.

04.09.2015

Commerce

& Business Administration


Organized an awareness Programme for the students of Pearl Matriculation School, Kilakarai. Gave awareness about basic economics i.e., demand, price, supply was given to VIII & IX standard students and awareness about the problems caused by plastic products was given to V, VI, VII standard students.



04.09.2015

Computer Science

CSS students taught MS Excel – (worksheet creation and chart insertion) to Nadar Middle Government School students.

04.09.2015

14.09.2015

28.09.2015


Chemistry

Had an Awareness Programme to keep the environment clean

Visited rural area (Mavilanthoppu) for adult education



Visited rural area (Mavilanthoppu) for adult education

05.09.2015

English

30 students from both English and IT departments took one to one tuition for 30 blue- collared workers’ children as well as students of Nadar Middle Government School.

06.09.2015

English

23 students from both English and IT departments took one to one tuition for 6 blue- collared workers’ children as well as students of Nadar Middle Government School.

11.09.2015

English

4 students from both English and IT departments took one to one tuition for 4 children of blue –collared workers.

12.09.2015

English

25 students from both English and IT departments took one to one tuition for 25 blue- collared workers’ children as well as students of Nadar Middle Government School.

13.09.2015

English

22 students from both English and IT departments took one to one tuition for 22 blue- collared workers’ children as well as students of Nadar Middle Government School.

13.09.2015

English

Ms B Zulaiha, Head, Department of English & Ms S Angel, Asst. Prof of English took 18 students from the department of English and IT to Al-Mumin Children Home, Sakkaraikottai, Ramanathapuram to take tuition for the boys of this home.

14.09.2015

Computer Science

CSS students taught MS Excel – (Insert built in logical formula, insert built in math functions) to Nadar Middle Government School students.

17.09.2015

English

Ms B Zulaiha, Head, Department of English took 18 students from the department of English and IT to Al-Mumin Children Home, Sakkaraikottai, Ramanathapuram to take tuition for the boys of this home.

18.09.2015

English

6 students from both English and IT departments took one to one tuition for 6 children of blue –collared workers.

20.09.2015

English

17 students from both English and IT departments took one to one tuition for 17 blue- collared workers’ children as well as students of Nadar Middle Government School.

28.09.2015

Computer Science

CSS students taught MS PowerPoint – (inserting slides, text and animation to the slides) to Nadar Middle Government School students.

07.10.2015

Computer Science

CSS students taught MS PowerPoint – (creating slide with charts and auto shapes, pictures, clip art) to Nadar Middle Government School students.

15.10.2015

Computer Science

CSS students taught MS PowerPoint – (hyperlinks within slides and link another file) to Nadar Middle Government School students.

07.02.2016

English

Ms B Zulaiha, Head, Department of English & Ms C. Rosy, Assistant Professor of English took 4 students from the department of English and 2 from IT to Al-Mumin Children Home, Sakkaraikottai, Ramanathapuram to take tuition for the boys of this home.

14.02.2016

English

Ms B Zulaiha, Head, Department of English & Ms A Fathima Haleema, Assistant Professor of Computer Science took 16 students from the department of English and 5 from IT to Al-Mumin Children Home, Sakkaraikottai, Ramanathapuram to take tuition for the boys of this home.

20.02.2016

English

10 students from both English and IT departments took one to one tuition for 17 blue- collared workers’ children as well as students of Nadar Middle Government School.

21.02.2016

English

Ms B Zulaiha, Head, Department of English & Ms I Almas Banu, Assistant Professor of English took 4 students from the department of English and 3 from IT to Al-Mumin Children Home, Sakkaraikottai, Ramanathapuram to take tuition for the boys of this home.

20.02.2016

English

  • The department of English and the department of Computer Science organized Iqra competition for 21 boys from Al-Mumin Children Home, Sakkaraikottai, Ramanathapuram at conference hall.

  • Eye Camp was also arranged for these boys at Dr. Chandrasekar’s Eye Clinic, Ramanathapuram. 5 of these boys were asked to come for the second review. Ms B Zulaiha, Head, Department of English, Ms J Fathima Kaleema, Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Ms I Almas Banu, Assistant Professor of English and 6 CSS students from both the departments accompanied these children.

21.2.2016

English

12 students from both English and IT departments took one to one tuition for 16 blue- collared workers’ children as well as students of Nadar Middle Government School.

27.2.2016

English

Ms J Fathima Kaleema, Assistant Professor of Computer Science took 6 students from the department of English and 5 from IT to Al-Mumin Children Home, Sakkaraikottai, Ramanathapuram to take tuition for the boys of this home.

28.2.2016

English

Ms I Almas Banu, Assistant Professor of English department of English took 5 students from the department of English and 3 from IT to Al-Mumin Children Home, Sakkaraikottai, Ramanathapuram to take tuition for the boys of this home.



19. Teachers and officers newly recruited

Teaching - 32

Non- Teaching - 15
20. Teaching – Non-teaching staff ratio

2.1:1


21. Improvement in the library services

  • The library was started in the year 1988 with about 600 books and the General Library is fully automated in 2015-16.

  • Library was Shifted to separate building as on 15.06.2015



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