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



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Functions of IQAC

  • Acting as a nodal agency of the institution for quality-related activities

  • Promotion of all quality circles of the college

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

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

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

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

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

  • 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 Equipments


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 : 2013-2014

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 20th July 2013 to celebrate the Silver Jubilee

  2. To buy at least 10 buses and 5 vans to provide good transport facility for day scholars

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

II Institutional Development through other Quality Circles

  1. To conduct a one week orientation programme on “Language Skills” for the teachers those who are in need through the Quality Circle for Staff Development

  2. To conduct the student orientation programme through the Quality Circle for Student Development

  3. To publish a annual research journal by the Quality Circle for Research

  4. To hold a job fair by the Quality Circle for Placement to increase student placements

  5. To instigate the Eco club to give importance for green concepts

  6. To strengthen the student counselling activities

  7. To conduct an entrepreneurial training programme by Cell for Entrepreneur Development

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

III Activities by IQAC

  1. To conduct a one day orientation for staff on “Psychological Aspects of Teaching” in the month of July 2013

  2. To conduct external appraisal of staff in the month of August 2013

  3. To hold the advisory committee meeting of IQAC in the month of September 2013

  4. To convene a meeting with all Quality Circles in the month of October 2013

  5. To conduct student evaluation of staff in the month of November 2013

  6. To hold NET/SLET coaching classes for staff and final year PG students in the month of December 2013

  7. To organise a one-day International Conference on “Integrating Teaching Methodology and Technology with Etiquettes” in the month of January 2014

  8. To collect feedbacks from stakeholders in the month of February 2014

  9. To do benchmarking of all the departments and quality circles in the month of March 2014

  10. To submit online the Annual Quality Assurance Report in the month of April 2014

Section B: Details in respect of the following

  1. Activities reflecting the goals and objectives of the college

All the programmes 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 programmes by utilizing the local available resources and to enable the empowerment of the womenfolk of the locals through various need based programmes.

Institution designs the courses and continuously reviews and updates the curriculam so as to bring them in line with the rapid advancements taking place world wide. 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 programmes initiated UG and PG Programmes

New UG programme introduced during this academic year 2013-2014.

  • BSc Psychology




  1. Innovations in curricular design and transaction




  • Board of studies for the Department of Microbiology & Biotechnology was conducted on 23.02.2013. Dr. Thajuddin, Head in-charge, Department of Microbiology, Bharathidasan University, Trichy was acted as University nominee. Dr. Kannan, Assistant Professor, Department of Microbiology, V.H.N.S.N College, Virudunagar and Dr. S. Rajan, Assistant Professor, Department of Microbiology, M.R Government Arts & Science College, Mannarkudi acted as subject experts. The syllabus for UG Microbiology and PG Biotechnology was revised.




  • Bridge Intensive Course Entry Test was conducted for all the First year UG students on 18.06.2013.

Bridge Intensive Course commenced on 19.06.2013. Bridge Intensive Course Exit Test was

conducted on 20.07.2013.




  • Board of studies for the department of Mathematics was conducted on 20.01.2013 and the curriculum was revised. Dr. C. Ganesamoorthy, Professor & Head Department of Mathematics, Alagappa University was acted as University nominee. Dr. R Udaya Kumar, Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics, Gandhigram Rural Institute, Dindigal acted as subject expert.




  • In Department of Arabic & Islamic Studies Board of Studies was held on 19.03.2014 to modify the syllabus for III year Diploma in Muballiga programme (2014-2015) the following matters were discussed.




  • The syllabus was modified for 6 semesters.

  • It will be offered in Both English and Tamil Medium (Bi lingual programme)

  • No practical for First years. Practical will be conducted only for II & III year students.

  • Instead of the book Qirathur – Rasheedha, Minhajul Arabiya and Mifthahul Quran will be followed.


Master of Computer Application

Core Papers

  • Core papers for which syllabus has been reduced/ modified are Data structures and algorithms, Mathematical Foundations for Computer Science, Operating Systems, Object oriented programming in Java, Computer Graphics, Advanced Java, Data Mining and Warehousing and Web Technology

  • Optimization Techniques has been converted to Optimization Techniques and Fuzzy Sets and new syllabus was framed

  • Newly introduced core paper was Information Security

  • Practical papers for which lab listing was modified are Programming in C lab, Java Lab, Advanced Java lab, Web Designing lab and Software Development Framework lab

  • New lab listings were prepared for PC package lab and RDBMS lab

  • Unix lab has been converted to Unix and Multimedia lab with new lab listing


Elective Papers

  • Newly introduced elective papers are Distributed Computing and Cloud Computing

  • Neural networks has been renamed as Soft Computing

  • Computer Security has been removed and Unified Modeling Language which was a core paper earlier has been made an elective paper

  • Syllabus has been modified for Compiler Design and Linux


Inter-Disciplinary Papers

  • Syllabus has been modified for Introduction to Computer and Multimedia Applications

  • New lab list created for Graphics & Animation


Extra Credit

  • Latex has been introduced as extra credit instead of multimedia lab

  • Other extra credit papers were shifted to different semesters


Other Changes

  • C++, Java, Advanced Java and Database Systems have been shifted to different semesters so that C++ and Java are taught in different semesters

  • Oracle lab has been renamed as RDBMS lab and Macromedia Flash has been renamed as Graphics and Animation

Master of Science (Information Technology)

Core Papers

  • Syllabus for Mobile Communications has been revised & The textbook for Mobile Communications has been included

  • Multimedia Lab listings has been modified

  • Internet & Web Designing and Internet & Web Designing Lab have been revised & renamed as Web Technology and Web Technology Lab

  • Textbook for Internet & web Designing has been changed

  • .Net & .Net Lab has been renamed as software Development Framework and Software Development Framework Lab

  • Software Engineering & Multimedia Lab moved from third semester to second semester

  • Software Development Framework & Software Development Framework Lab moved from second semester to third semester


Inter-Disciplinary Paper

  • Macromedia Flash has been renamed as Graphics and Animation


Bachelor of Science (Information Technology)

Following are the changes incorporated in B.Sc IT Syllabus



Core Course:

  • Unix and Shell Programming and office Automation Lab course moved to first semester from fourth semester

  • Programming in C course syllabus revised and moved to the second semester from first semester

  • Mathematical Foundation for Computer Science –I and  Mathematical Foundation for Computer Science –II   were    introduced in the third and fourth semesters respectively

  • RDBMS  Lab (IV semester ) and Java  & Visual Programming  Lab in the V semester revised

 Elective Course:

  • Elective course namely DBMS, and computer Graphics revised and a new elective paper Web Services introduced

 Skill Based Electives:

Newly Introduced

Multimedia Lab- 1,

Multimedia Lab- 2,

Design and Drafting Lab,

Animation Lab (3D Animation & Window Movie Maker), and HTML & JSF Lab



Bachelor of Science (Home Science with Computer Application)

Core/Allied Papers

  • Computer Fundamentals has been revised.

  • Syllabus has been revised and Reference book was included for Programming in C

  • Corel Draw paper has been revised and renamed as Computer Aided Fashion Designing

  • Internet & Visual Programming and Internet & Visual Programming Lab have been revised and renamed as Programming in Visual Basic and Programming in Visual Basic lab

  • Allied paper Database Query Language has been revised


Elective/Skill Based Elective/Extra Credit Papers

  • Skill Based Elective Auto CAD Lab has been revised and renamed as Designing and Drafting Lab

  • Skill Based Elective Photoshop Lab has been revised and renamed as Multimedia Lab –I

  • Extra Credit Paper Management Information System was removed and Multimedia Lab-II has been introduced.

  • HTML & VB Script Lab has been revised and renamed as Scripting Language Lab.

  • Elective Paper Macro Media Flash has been revised and renamed as Multimedia –I

  • Elective Paper Multimedia has been renamed as Multimedia –II


Bachelor of Commerce with Computer Application

Core Papers

  • Computer Fundamentals has been revised.

  • Data Communication and Multimedia paper has been removed from third semester and Web Designing was introduced in fifth semester.


Allied Papers

  • Syllabus has been revised and Reference book was included for Programming in C.

  • Database Query Language has been revised.

  • Internet & Visual Programming has been revised and renamed as programming in Visual Basic which was a core paper earlier in the fourth semester & it has been made as an Allied paper in the third semester.

  • Internet & Visual Programming Lab has been revised and renamed as programming in Visual Basic & Java Lab which was a core paper earlier in the fourth semester & it has been made as an Allied paper in the third and fourth semester.

  • Programming in Java removed from fifth semester and added in the forth semester which was a core paper earlier & it has been made as an Allied paper.


Skill Based Elective Papers

  • MS Office Lab has been renamed as PC Package Lab.

  • Photoshop Lab has been renamed as Multimedia Lab-I (Photoshop).

  • Scripting Language Lab has been revised and renamed as Scripting Language Lab (HTML & VB

Script) and it was moved to fifth semester from sixth semester.

  • Multimedia Lab from fifth semester has been removed and Multimedia Lab-II(Window Movie

Maker) paper was introduced in the sixth semester.

4. Inter-disciplinary programmes

No inter - disciplinary programme was introduced during this year. But all the departments have introduced skill based elective papers as inter - disciplinary courses in every semester of their UG and PG programme.


5. Examination reforms implemented

  • CIA mark entry made online.

  • CIA mark consolidation done by software.

  • Shuffling for dummy member done by software.

  • Recounting and revaluation option given to students.

  • Results are published online.

  • Online degree certificate verification (on the process).




    1. Candidates qualified; NET/SLET/GATE etc.,

  • Ms N Nagajothi, Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science passed (SLET)

  • Ms K Kamalajothi, Assistant Professor, Department of Home Science passed (NET)

  • Ms A Benazir, M.Phil Scholar in Commerce passed (SLET)



  1. Initiative towards faculty development programme




  • First and Second M.A English Literature students participated in A practical sessions on “Camera Techniques” Organized by The Department of English on 27.06.2013




  • Ms. B. Zulaiha, Head Department of English attended a One Day Workshop on “Organization and Administration” Organized by IQAC of Alagappa University, Karaikudi on 30.07.2013.




  • All the faculty members attended an orientation programme for “Teaching Practices” organized by the Staff development committee of Thassim Beevi Abdul Kader College for Women on 30.08.2013.




  • Ms.B.Seeni Rahufu Nisha, Assistant Professor of English Participated a One Day Orientation Programme on “Gender Studies for the Faculty Members” organized by Centre for Women Studies, Alagappa University, Karaikudi on 13.09.2013.



  • Dr.S.Mercy, IQAC Coordinator participated in the One-day Training Programme on Automation of Examination Process organized by the Examination Section & Curriculum Development Cell, Alagappa University, Karaikudi on 17/09/2013.




  • All the faculty members attended a one-day orientation programme on “Psychological Aspects of Teaching” organized by Internal Quality Assurance Cell, Thassim Beevi Abdul Kader College for Women, Kilakarai on 23.09.2013.




  • Dr.S.Sumayaa, Principal and Dr.S.Mercy, IQAC coordinator, participated in two days National Submit on Quality Education organized by Christ University, Bangalore on 27.09.2013 & 28.09.2013.




  • Department of English Organized a One Day Refresher Course on “Skill Based Teaching of English for Schools and College Teachers” at Ramanathapuram District on 08.10.2013.




  • The College has given the training Programme to all the faculty members “The Art of Living” from 24.10.2013 to 29.10.2013. The trainer was Ms.Shobhana Kalyan, Bangalore.




  • On 09.01.2014 Ms. S. Jannathul Asma from Department of Arabic has attended the one day Workshop on “Effective Teaching of Arabic Language and Translation Skills” organized by Jamal Mohamed College, Trichy.




  • Department of English Organized a Training the Trainers Workshop” for Staff members, Department of English on 02.02.2014 and 03.02.2014.




  • ELTAI & Department of English Organized a Skill-Based Activity Methods of Teaching” for Government School Teachers from 04.02.2014 to 15.02.2014.




  • Ms. R.Gomala attended an Institution Interaction programme on the topic “Tech Talk 2013” organised by CADD centre, Ramanathapuram.




  • Dr. A. Kamarul Haniya, Head, Department of Microbiology and Biotechnology acted as the resource person for the “Orientation programme on Major and Minor Projects and Funding agencies” for the faculty appointed in the current academic year, organized by the Quality Circle for Research, Thassim Beevi Abdul Kader College for Women, Kilakarai.


8. Total number of Seminars/Workshops conducted

No. of Workshops : 4

No. of Seminars : 3



  1. Research Projects



  1. Ongoing : 2

  • A Major Research project of Ms S Muthumareeswari, Associate Professor, Department of Home Science on the topic “Innovative Processing methods of palm sugar production and its functional properties” was sanctioned by UGC, New Delhi (2012-2014) and the work is in progress




  • A Minor Research project of Ms R Lakshmi Shree, Associate Professor, Department of Home Science on the topic “Efficacy of Supplementation of Flax seed and Soybean on post operative Breast cancer patients” was sanctioned by UGC, New Delhi (2013-2014) and the work is in progress




  1. Completed:




  • Department of Computer Science completed a major research project on the topic “Efficient Iteration Free Fractal Image Compression” in 2014 and it was submitted by the principal investigator Dr A R Nadira Banu Kamal

10. Patents generated, if any

Nil


11. New collaborative research programmes

Nil
12. Research grants received from various agencies




S. NO

DATE

RESEARCH AND GRANT

1

12.02.2013

Received Rs 1, 65,000/- for Minor Research Project to Ms R Lakshmi Shree Department of Home Science from SERO UGC Hyderabad.

Topic “Efficacy of Supplementation of Flax seed and Soya bean on post operative Breast Cancer Patients (F No. 1-12 /2012(MRP-NEW/SERO –UGC) dated 7th February 2013



2

27.11.2013

Received sanction order for Travel Grant to attend International Conference at USA for Dr Sumayaa Department of Home Science from UGC New Delhi F.No.: 6-465/2013(TG) dated 21.11.2013

3

10.12.2013

Received Sanction order Rs.37, 120/-from UGC New Delhi towards Major Research Project – Department of Commerce. Principal Investigator: Dr.S.Unoose Begam (Balance grant )File No.:5-192/2006(HRP) dated 16.01.2007

4

24.12.2013

Department of Home Science submitted the proposal for B.Sc Food Processing and Quality Control under the Scheme of National Mission of Food Processing, Government of TamilNadu on 11.02.2013 The Department of Agricultural Marketing and Agri Business has approved Rs 75,00,000/- (Rupees Seventy Five lakhs only) towards grant- in-aid to our college for the creation of infrastructure facilities for starting B.Sc Food Processing and Quality Control Under Graduate Degree Programme under Human Resource Development Scheme of National  Mission of Food Processing.  Sanction is accorded for release of Rs. 37, 50,000/- (Rupees Thirty Seven Lakhs and Fifty Thousand only) towards first installment (50% grant).

5

28.12.2013

Sanction order for Travel Grant to attend International Conference at USA for Dr A Jasmine, Department of Commerce from UGC, New Delhi

F.No.: 6-706/2013(TG) dated 24.12.2013




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

-

-

-

-

2.

Arabic

1

-

-

-

3.

Hindi

-

-

-

-

4.

English

-

-

-

-

5.

Commerce

-

-

11

-

6.

Computer Science

-

-

12

3

7.

Home Science

-

1

2

-

8.

Microbiology

-

-

-

-

9.

Mathematics

-

-

-

-

10.

Chemistry

-

-

-

-



14. Citation index of faculty members and impact factor


  • Dr S Sumayaa, Head, Department of Home Science “Effect of Different Packaging’s and storage conditions on the shelf life of palm candy” International Journal of Scientific Research Peer Review and Referred A Multi – Subject Journal ISSN No. 2277 – 8179 Volume 2/issue 5 May 2013 (Impact Factor: 0.3317)




  • Dr.A.R.Nadira Banu Kamal, Head, Department of Computer Science “Parallel Fractal Coding for Color Image Compression Using Genetic Algorithm and Simulated Annealing” International Journal of Computer Science and Information Technologies (ISSN: 0975-9646) Vol 4(6), 2013, 1017- 1017-1022,” (Impact Factor 2.93).




  • Dr.A.R.Nadira Banu Kamal, Head, Department of Computer Science -Iteration from fractal color image compression using vector quantization ISSN 2319-5940) in IJARCCE volume 3, Issue 1 (Impact Factor 1.770).

  • Dr.A.Kamarul Haniya, Head, Department of Microbiology & Biotechnology published a paper “Free radical scavenging activity of Artemisia vulgaris, L. leaf extracts” in World journal of pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences. Volume 2, issue 6, pg. 6381-6390. (Impact Factor:2.786 )




  • Dr.A.Kamarul Haniya, Head, Department of Microbiology & Biotechnology published a paper “Antioxidant effect of Artemisia vulgaris leaf extracts on oxidatively-stressed precision-cut liver slices” in International Research Journal of Pharmacy, Volume 4, Issue 10, pg.55-60




  • Dr. S. Mercy, Assistant Professor, Department of Microbiology & Biotechnology published a paper “Application of Different Fruit Peels Formulations as a Natural Fertilizer for Plant Growth. International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research. Volume 3, Issue 1: 300-307. (Impact Factor: 0.675)


15. Honors/Awards to the faculty


  • Dr.S.Punithambal, Head, Department of Psychology received Women’s Education Achiever Award 2014 from 3 publishers of magazines, Education Today, Kalvi Malar and Leaders in Education for her 40 years service in education and empowerment of women on 08.03.2014.




  • Ms K M Buvaneswari, Assistant Professor, Department of Home Science received a “Best paper award” from Department of Home science. Gandhigram Rural University, Gandhigram on 10.12.2013.



  • Ms K M Buvaneswari, Assistant Professor, Department of Home Science received Best Nodal office Award from EDI Chennai on 17.12.2013.




  • Ms.V.Parimala, Assistant professor, Department of Computer Science and Coordinator of Youth Welfare Fora has received the “Kannadhasan Award-2013” on the Commemoration of Independence day celebration for motivating the students to actively participate in various competitions of Kaviyarasar Kalaithamizh Sangam.


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.


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

FIST and other programmes
Nil
18. Community Services


  • On 06.02.2014 Banking Literacy Campaign organized for all UG and PG students. The following banks participated in this campaign:

  • Indian Overseas Bank, Kilakarai Branch

  • Indian Bank, Kilakarai Branch

  • ICICI Bank, Kilakarai Branch

  • Pandyan Grama Bank, Kilakarai Branch

  • Canara Bank, Ramanathapuram Branch



  • Regarding the Nutrition week celebration (September 2013) Ms S Muthumareeswari, Assistant professor, Department of Home Science has given the lecture on the topic Food security and healthy life. Final year B.Sc Home Science with NFSM&D Students (15) participated and prepared the nutritious delicious recipes and also given the awareness on food groups, balanced diet, hygiene and sanitation.




  • Ms S Muthumarreswari and Ms Kamala Jothi, Assistant professors gave guest lectures on “Women’s Health” at sitharkottai organized by United Welfare Organization, Chennai (December 2013).




  • Ms R Lakshmi Shree, Assistant professor, gave guest lecture on “Awareness on Cancer” for NSS Volunteers at Kamatchipuram, Ramanathapuram District (January 2014).




  • Students visited Mavilanthoppu village and created awareness on consumer rights, voting rights and banking operations.

  • CSS Conducting for rural area school students.

  • Rally was organized to create AIDS Awareness on international world AIDS day in Kilakarai.

  • On commemoration to Diwali festival, 10 Rotaract members with one staff advisor gave orientation to school students regarding safety precautions towards fire crackers.

  • On commemoration to Republic Day, 10 Rotaract members with one staff advisor

(Ms S Vahidha) distributed Dengue Awareness notice for mess workers and menial workers.

  • Regarding Children’s Day, elocution competition was conducted for School Students.

  • On 09.10.13 college has arranged “Free eye care camp” in association with Vasan Eye Care from 10.00 am to 4.00 p.m. 383 students underwent free check up and needed students are advised to go for further treatment with concession fee.

  • All units of NSS volunteers were went for special camp on Kamachipuram from 27.01.2014 to 02.02.2014. 115 NSS volunteers and 3 Programme Officers participated.

  • On collaboration with DHAN Foundation (Development of Humane Action) our college NSS volunteers went for rally on “Mugavai Walkathon 2014” on 25.01.2014 (Walk for agricultural Bio-diversity and Food & Nutrition security) started from Raja Higher Secondary School to Raja Thinakaran RC School Ramanathapuram. 99 NSS volunteers participated in the rally accompanied by 2 NSS Programme officers.




  • National Service Scheme has collected sum of Rs. 2,500 for national harmony celebration on 19th & 20th Nov 2013 and also the pledge (about national unity) was taken by Thassim Beevi Abdul Kader College students at 11.00 am.




  • Rally on “Rain Water Harvesting” inaugurated by Mrs. Raviyadhyl Katheria Chairman-Municipality Kilakarai. Started from New Bus stand to CSI Church. Kilakarai. 173 NSS volunteers were participated in the rally on 27.06.2013.




  • NSS Volunteers sold 1500 pens and flags to raise fund for Visually Challenged Students Association on 08.08.2013. They collected sum of Rs. 7500 from our college students through these sales and handed over to Palayankottai visually challenged students.




  • 48 Students of II B Sc Mathematics (shift I & II) participated in the extension activity “Easy way of teaching Mathematics” for the students of Nadar Middle School, Mavilanthoupu on 23rd, 24th and 26th October 2013.


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

  • Running library services by existing OPAC User.


22. New Books / journals subscribed and their cost


  • No. of books purchased – 510

  • 2 International Journals were subscribed

  • 71 Journals and Magazines are renewed this year

  • 68 National Journals, 46 International Journals and 75 Magazines are renewed this year

  • The cost incurred for the purchase of books and renewal of journal and magazine subscription was Rs. 3,63,051 /-

23. Courses in which student assessment of teachers is introduced and the action taken on student feedback


  • Internal Quality Assurance Cell obtains feedback from students for all the courses once in a year. The consolidated feedbacks are submitted to the Heads of the Departments and Principal for rectifications of problems and improvement.


24. Feedback from stakeholders


  • Feedback is collected from staff, parents, alumnae and industry on institution. Feedback is also collected from all the final year students on the institution and programmes offered during exit meeting apart from the forms collected on class room teaching.

25. Unit cost of education

Unit cost = Total annual expenditure in budget (actual)

The number of student enrolled
= 30,303,873

1756


= Rs.17, 257

Unit cost = Total expenditure during this period including the salary

Total number of student enrolled during this period

= 1, 69, 13,893

1756

= Rs.9, 632



26. Computerization of administration and the process of admissions and examination results,

issue of certificates


  • The package “CAMP IT” Software is used for administration.


27. Increase in the infrastructural facilities
The following are the increase in the infrastructural facilities and the cost incurred for them.


Particulars

Amount

Total

Air Conditioner – IQAC Room




28,000.00

EPABX:

Alcatel instrument & Errection intercom cable work






2,52,780.00

Battery:

Battery (50 no’s) – Computer Science Department






3,19,000.00

Bus:

New TATA Star (36 - seater)

New TATA Star (46 - seater)

14,82,681.00

17,18,473.00


32,01,154.00



Computer:

Computer LED Monitor - Muballiga

Computer – COE Section

20,000.00

24,000.00


44,000.00



Elevator:

Lift Installation Charges






85,000.00

Electronic Equipment:

Ahuja mike and spring

Nokia Mobile

Toyo max model TSP 321 automatic bell

Sigma Copier – Library

DVD Player – Physical Education

TVS MPS 240 star Datmatric printer

11,120.00

2,370.00

7,400.00


35,000.00

1,650.00


5,00.00


58,040.00



Fan:

Ceiling fans (20 no’s )






47,022.00

Fire Extinguisher:

5 kgs, 4.5 kgs, 2 kgs Refilling set




34,500.00

Furniture & Fitting:

Wooden table, cub board

Plastic chair (100 no’s ) - College

Plastic chair (14 no’s ) – Hostel

SS services trolley 3 tier – Home Science Department

2,48,000.00

53,300.00

2,870.00


11,120.00

3,15,290.00

Lab Equipment:

Digital Colorimeter, Lactometer

Digisun PH meter with combined - Microbial

6,532.00


7,235.00




Library Books




5,11,154.00

Software:

E – SRM Camp IT Software

Digital make application software

ESSDI Garudan IT software Designing, Editing


8,40,000.00

45,750.00

1,44,375.00


1,030,125.00



Television:

Panasonic plasma TV 43”





1,15,645.00



Motors:

Texmo monoblock new motor





17,640.00



Utensils:

Coffee filter – (2 no’s)






8,430.00

Grand Total

6,081,547.00


28. Technology up gradation

  • Broad – band facility is made available.

  • On – line assignment submission is allowed.

  • On – line teaching is undertaken.

  • New softwares are purchased based on the needs.


29. Computer and internet access and training to teachers, non-teaching staff and students

  • All the departments, Computer labs and communication labs are connected with Internet Access. E-Library is also available in Thassim Beevi Abdul Kader College for Women.

30. Financial aid to students


  • The government scholarship for SC,ST,BC,MBC and DNC students and private scholarship through various sources like Parent Teacher Association, Private funding agencies and staff club are arranged by the institution.




  • Merit Scholarship and Government scholarships are essential for students’ progression in Higher Education. TBAKC has proved to support rural students’ higher education by providing private and merit scholarships


Details of the Scholarships
District Adidravidar & Tribal Welfare Department Government of Tamil Nadu for the year 2013-14

S.No

Category

Amount Received

Amount Disbursed

No of students

(Applied)

1

Fresh & Renewal Scholarship

Yet to be received

111


District Adidravidar & Tribal Welfare Department Government of Tamil Nadu for the year 2013-14

Bright student Award

S.No

Category

Amount Received

Amount Disbursed

No of students

(Applied)

1

Fresh Scholarship

3000/-

3000/-

1

Post Matric Scholarship for Minority Students from Tamil Nadu Minorities Economic Development Corporation Ltd, Chennai (TAMCO) for the year 2013-2014

S.No

Category

Amount Received

Amount Disbursed

No of students

(Applied)

1

Fresh & Renewal Scholarship

Yet to be received

458

Merit com means Matric Scholarships

S.No

Category

Amount Received

Amount Disbursed

No of students

(Applied)

1

Renewal Scholarship

Yet to be received

1

Central Sector Scholarship

S.No

Category

Amount Received

Amount Disbursed

No of students

(Applied)

1

Fresh Scholarship

Yet to be received

55

2

Renewal Scholarship

Yet to be received

14

Tamilnadu Educational Trust Scholarship for Renewal 2013-2014

S.No

Category

Amount Received

Amount Disbursed

No of students

(Applied)

1

Fresh Scholarship

Yet to be received

13

2

Renewal Scholarship

Yet to be received

15

Beneficiaries of Private Scholarship for the Year 2013-14

S.No

Particulars

No of Students

Amount Sanctioned Rs.

1

Baithulmal A/c

53

1,56,000.00

2

Mrs. Qurrath Jameela A/c

3

79,200.00

3

PTA TBAKC A/c

23

1,00,000.00




Total

79

3,35,200.00



31. Activities and support from the Alumni Association


  • Ifthar party was arranged by Student Council and Alumnae Association. Ms. Raviyathul Kathariya, Chairman, Kilakarai Municipality town, was the chief guest. An amount of Rs. 25,000 was contributed for conducting Ifthar party on 02.08.2013.




  • A small memento was given to all the faculty members as a token of love on Teachers day (05.09.2013). Competition was conducted for the faculty members and the principal distributed the prizes to the winners of the competition on the same day.




  • Dubai chapter of Alumnae association was held on 05.10.2013 at Dubai. Nearly 30 alumnae participated in the programme.




  • Staff vs. alumnae throw ball match was conducted on 19.12.2013. Alumnae won the game.




  • Mega Alumnae Meet was conducted on 30.12.2013. Dr.Tamizhachi Thangapandian, Freelance Writer & Performing Artist was the chief guest. The alumnae newsletter was released and 152 alumnae participated in this meet.




  • A stall was arranged by Alumnae of our college organized by Alumnae Association on 23.09.2013. 3 Alumnae participated. (Ms A Zainab Fathima, Ms Aysath Jameela from Department of Commerce, Ms. Salmath Najila from Department of Computer Science).


32. Activities and support from the Parent-Teacher Association


  • The general body meeting of the Parent Teacher Association was arranged on 15.06.2013.




  • Parent Teacher Association provided the scholarship for the selected undergraduate students. The amount of Scholarship Rs. 1, 00,000/- for 2013-2014.

33. Health Services


  • Youth Red Cross and Rotaract jointly Organized Blood Donation Camp on 24.12.2013. The camp was inaugurated by Dr.N.G.Sheik Abdulla MS, Blood Bank, Medical Officer, Government Hospital, Ramanathapuram Dr. S. Sumaya Principal, TBAK College, Staff and nearly 40 Students donated blood in the Camp.




  • India Thoughith Jamath & Government Hospital, Kilakarai, conducted “Blood Donation Camp”. Two of our students donated blood voluntarily.



  • Eleven NSS volunteers donated their blood to Government Hospital, Ramnad on 31.07.2013



  • Dr. J.A.S. Nizamudeen MD, Consultant Paediatrician gave a guest lecture on “Importance

of Breast Feeding & Breast Cancer” for all NSS Volunteers and III year Home Science

students on 22.08.2013.




  • Dr. S. Sumayaa, Principal, NSS Chairman, presented a lecture on “Population Awareness” for second year NSS volunteers on 06.09.2013.

34. Performance in sports activities

District Representation

  • 11 Students Participated in the District level Yoga competition held at A.V.M.S.School, Ramanapuram on 11.09.2013 and won 15 medals and received the overall Championship.

  • 9 Students participated in the Chief Minister Volley ball tournament held at Seethakathi Sethupathi Stadium, Ramanathapuram on 07 .11.2013

  • 11 students participated in the District level Yoga competition held at Keela Muslim School, Paramakudi on 08.02. 2014 and won 22 medals.

State Representation

  • 14 students participated in the TAMILNADU STATE YOGA SPORTS CHAMPIONSHIP-2013 & 11th Tamilnadu Ranking Yoga Championship held at Kovilpatti on 27.10.2013 and won 23 medals and bagged the overall championship.

International Representation

  • 3 Students Participated in 20th International Yoga festival held from 04.01.2014 to 07.01.2014 at Puducherry.

35. Incentives to outstanding sportsperson

Nil


36. Student achievements and awards

DATE

PARTICIPATIONS/ACHIEVEMENTS

26.02.2013

Ms.F.Youthith Sweety, II M.Sc. Biotecnology presented a paper on the topic “Isolation and Characterization of Bacteria present in petroleum contaminated soil and won first prize in State Level Intercollegiate Student’s Seminar on Recent trends in Biological Research organized by the Department of Zoology & Microbiology, Thiyagarajar College, Madurai.

13.03.2013

&

14.03.2013



II & III B.A., English & I PG English students participated in the State Level Fantasia13 Cultural Festival organized by the Research Centre in English, VSNSN College, Virudhunagar. M.Sumaya Rafi III B.A,‘ won the I prize in Dumb Charade; Quiz and Face Painting and the II prize in Story Writing and Skit. I.Almas Banu I M.A won I prize in Dumb Charade and Face Painting and the II prize in Skit. G.Dhivya II B.A won the I prize in Mehandi.

19.07.2013


70 students participated in National Level essay writing and poem writing competition organized by Vidiyal Kalai Ilakkiya Mandram, Madurai

14.08.2013

15 students participated in Essay writing, verse writing competitions in Tamil Payitrumozhi, Vazhipattumozhi State Conference organized by Thavathiru Santhalinga Adihalar Arts and Science College,Paerur,Coimbatore.

22.08.2013

9 UG students from the Department of Mathematics participated in Model making organized by Madurai Sivakasi Nadar Pioneer Meenakshi Women’s college, Poovanthi. Ms. S. Ahamed Arshatha and Ms. F.N. Ummul Azra won the II prize and Ms N. Asha presented a paper and won the III prize.

22.08.2013 & 23.08.2013

146 students participated in State Level essay writing, drawing and poem writing competitions organized by Kaviarasar Kalai Tamil Sangam, Namakkal.

25.08.2013


On commemoration of Bharathiyar birthday, Inter Collegiate verse writing competition was conducted by Tamil Sangam, Ramanathapuram in Kalaivani Matriculation School, Ramanathapuram. Ms S Fathima Beevi of III B Sc Mathematics and Ms S Sabina Banu of I B A English received the I & II Prizes.

26.08.2013

Inter Collegiate essay writing, verse writing and oratorical competitions were conducted by Tamil Vazharchi Thurai, in Swartz Higher Secondary School ,Ramanathapuram.Ms R Janani of II B A English, Ms R Ilavarasi of III B A English and Ms Fahjath Kubura of I M Com participated.

29.08.2013

5 students of III B.Sc. Microbiology presented posters in the UGC sponsored National Conference on “Current Applications and Challenges in Nanomaterid and Nanomedicine” organized by Raja Serfoji Governent College, Thanjavur.

21.08.2013

13 students from II MA English, presented papers in the National Level Seminar organized by Literature Academy, Madurai and it was published with ISBN.

30.08.2013

10 Students from UG and PG of Department of English participated & 5 of them won prizes in the InterCollegiate Competition organized by Ayya Nadar Janaki Ammal College, Sivakasi.

04.09.2013

8 students from our college participated in Oratorical competition in Tamil Payitrumozhi, Vazhipattumozhi State Conference organized by Thavathiru Santhalinga Adihalar Arts and Science College, Paerur, Coimbatore. Ms N Fahjath Kubura of I M Com and Ms R Ilavarasi of III BA English got the I prize (A Cash award of Rs.500/-).

18.09.2013

7 UG students from the Dept of Computer Science participated in the State Level Intercollegiate Fiesta “infosea13”organized by Sri Kaleeswari College, Sivakasi and won the prize for rangoli.

24.09.2013

12 UG students from the Department of Computer Science participated in the Intercollegiate Festival “Technovate 13”organized by Madurai Sivakasi Nadar Pioneer Meenakshi Women’s College, Sivakasi and won the II prize in paper presentation, quiz, web designing and III prize in art from e-waste.

24.09.2013

Youth Welfare Fora members took 138 Students to participated in District level Competitions such as verse writing, Hand Writing, Drawing organized by Thendral Fine Arts, Theni.

27.09.2013

13 UG students from the Department of Computer Science participated in the State Level Intercollegiate Meet organized by Ananda College, Devakottai and won the I prize in poster making and II prize in animation, add act, quiz, and flip-flop.

28.09.2013

2 UG students from the Department of Computer Science participate in the Inter Collegiate Meet organized by Rotary Club of Ramnad and won the second prize in rangoli.

13.09.2013

7 UG students of English Department presented papers in the State Level Intercollegiate Students Seminar on Modern Poetry : A Paradigm Shift in Themes and Techniques organized by Thiyagaraja College, Madurai. M. sumaiya Rafi of III BA English got I prize and won the best paper award.

01.10.2013

13 students of English Department participated in an Intercollegiate Competition organized by Madurai Sivakasi Nadar Pioneer Meenakshi Women’s College, Poovanthi. They won the overall shield among seven colleges participated.

18.10.2013

18 UG & PG students of Department of English presented papers in a one day National Level Conference on Indian Literature on Marginality in English at Annai Fathima College, Madurai.

12.12.2013

20 students of Microbiology Department presented posters in the National Level Conference on Frontier Vistas in Modern Biotechnology at American College, Madurai Ms S Aminath Fathima of I M Sc Biotechnology won III Prize in the poster presentation.

12.12.2013

Ms.M.Fathima of I M Sc Biotechnology presented a paper in the National Level Conference on Frontier Vistas in Modern Biotechnology at American College, Madurai

20.12.2013


Ms.R.Sharmila and Ms.A.Adhiba Department of Microbiology presented a poster in the National Conference on Human Rights Education and Human Rights Literature organized by the Department of English, Thassim Beevi Abdul Kader College for Women, Kilakarai.

10.12.2013

&

11.12.2013



II B Sc Nutrition students participated in the Two day “National Seminar on Therapeutics of Marine Bioactive Compounds” organized by the Department of Home Science, Gandhigram Rural University, Gandhi gram and presented posters.

37. Activities of the guidance and counseling unit

Counseling helps students to recognize their feelings, emotions and attitudes for the development of their total being. All students are encouraged to avail the counseling service. Functions of counseling unit are as follows:



  • To provide guidance and counselling to students

  • To provide information relevant to personal development

  • To create and update student records and database relevant to guidance and counseling purposes.

Activities of the Student Counseling Quality Circle 2013 – 2014

  • One day Carrier development programme was conducted on 22.07.2013 for shift II students.




  • Life skill programme” was conducted for all the UG and PG students from 27.11.2013 to 30.11.2013 Mr Mario Jagan, FYNN Soft Solutions, Madurai.

38. Placement services provided to students

  • The Placement Cell provides career guidance and placement facilities to the under graduate and post graduate students. It is dedicated towards keeping the recruiters, students and alumni in contact with each other in the most beneficial way so as to meet the needs of employer and the aspirations of all concerned. It periodically organizes mock interviews, workshops, seminars and group discussions on relevant topics. The Placement Cell provides facilities to the students like,

  • Guidance to take up career oriented courses

  • Help them to Earn and Learn

  • To provide them employment during summer vacation and also after completion their courses

  • To conduct Personality Development classes from time to time

Activities of the cell during the year 2013-2014

  • On 23.09.2013, HCL orientation programme was conducted for the final year UG students.

  • On 13.12.2013, 4 of our students to participate in the off campus drive of CTS at Lady Doak College Madurai.

  • On February 2014, the Quality Circle for Placement organized a school camp drive on our campus at 11 am. The following school has been called for:

    • National Academy ICSE School, Pattinamkathan, Ramanathapuram.

    • National Academy Montessori Matriculation Hr. Sec. School, Pattinamkathan, Ramanathapuram

    • Sri Krishna International School, Devipattinam Ramanathapuram

Nearly 40 students attended the interview and 11 students have been selected.



    • The students selected by National Academy Montessori Matriculation Hr. Sec. School , Pattinamkathan, Ramanathapuram are as follows:

      1. G. Anitha Priya : II MA English

      2. T. Parameswari : II MA English

      3. Ms. S. Dhivya : II MA English

      4. N. Kowsalya : II MA English

      5. A. R. Dharshini : II MA English

    • The student selected by National Academy ICSE School , Pattinamkathan, Ramanathapuram are as follows:

      1. Hemalatha : III B Sc Chemistry




  • The students selected by Sri Krishna International School, Devipattinam are as follows:

        1. Thameem Fathima : III B Sc Microbiology

        2. Muthamizh Selvi : III B Sc Microbiology

        3. Rahmath AMriyam : III B Sc Chemistry

        4. Marjiya Banu : III B Sc IT

        5. Sumaya Rafi : III BA English




  • The Quality Circle for Placement 2014-2015 took the final year students of IT of campus interview held at Madurai American College High School, Thallakulam, Madurai on 16.03.2014 under the guidance of Ms. A. Seeni Sumaiya, a member of placement cell.The following are the names of the students who undergone the interview:




          1. M. Ponbrintha : MCA

          2. K. Supriya : MCA

          3. G. Jeyanthi : MCA

          4. R. Suganya : MCA

          5. R. Vasuki : MCA

          6. N. Kaleeswari : MCA

          7. K. Marjiya Banu : III B Sc IT

          8. R. Athi Selvi : III B Sc IT

39. Development programmes for non – teaching staff

Nil


40. Good practices of the institutions

  • IQAC involves in planning and developmental activities of the college. It aims to create and promote a positive attitude and approach, motivating and providing support to the quality circles for organizing extra – curricular activities.




  • All the programme, courses and daily activities are focused on the holistic development of the students.




  • Value-education classes were made a part of the curriculum and diploma in Muballiga (religious programme) for Muslim students and Thirukkural class for non-Muslim students are conducted.




  • Community Social Service has been made part of the curriculum and it is mandatory for the II year students to do extension activities in addition to the extension activities carried out by the departments and quality circles like NSS, RRC,etc.




  • Important occasions like national festivals and other memorable days are observed with special lectures.




  • Students are motivated to participate in awareness programmes through the supporting services like NSS, CED, RRC and Rotract.




  • Adequate transport facilities are provided to the students who are coming from, in and around Ramnad District.




  • The college tuck shop is functioning inside the college campus where all the stationery and other essentials are made available to the students at a fair cost.




  • A separate prayer hall has been allotted for the students to perform their regular prayer.



  • The college conducts intensive coaching through remedial classes to give special assistance to students with learning disabilities.




  • Tutor ward system is a unique system practiced in this college. The professors take care of the personal and emotional needs of the students through counseling. They also keep a record of the marks obtained by them in examinations.




  • The college magazine is published every year. It contains articles on literary, academic, current affairs and various subjects. Students are encouraged to contribute articles for it.




  • The research cell spreads a research culture among the faculty and students. It encourages staff to pursue M Phil/Ph D programmes, undertake major and minor research projects and to participate and organize regional/state/national/international seminars and workshops.




  • The Institution has reserved seats for the physically challenged candidates seeking admission. It also offers scholarship to them in order to promote their education.




  • Medical check up camps, Blood donation camps, awareness campaign regarding AIDS and other diseases are organized every year.




  • Every year Parent –Teacher Association organize meetings to involve the parents in the education process of their wards.




  • The college has an alumnae association. The association supports academic and non-academic activities of the college.




  • The management encourages the faculty by providing incentives for their research activities every year and for producing 100% results.




  • Best quality circles are identified and given award for their outstanding performance.




  • IQAC conducts student appraisal, expert appraisal, self appraisal and HOD appraisal of all staff members every year which helps members of staff to reinvent themselves.

41. Linkages developed with national/ international, academic/research bodies

Department of Home Science

  • IICPT (Indian Institute Crop Processing Technology) – Oct 2010-2013.

  • Tamil Nadu food trade marketing yard – Aug 2009-2012

Department of Computer Science

MoU signed with ICTACT for FDP, Power Seminar



Department of English

English Language Teachers Association of India.


42. Action taken report on the AQAR of the previous year

  • Department of English Organized a One Day Refresher Course on “Skill Based Teaching of English for Schools and College Teachers” of Ramanathapuram District on 08.10.2013.

  • The College given the training Programme to all the faculty members “The Art of Living” from 24.10.2013 to 29.10.2013.The trainer was Mrs.Shobhana Kalyan, Bangalore

  • Department of English Organized a Training the Trainers Workshop” for Staff members, Department of English from 02.02.2014 to 03.02.2014.

  • ELTAI & Department of English Organized a Skill-Based Activity Methods of Teaching” for Government School Teachers from 04.02.2014 to 15.02.2014.

43. Any other relevant information the institution wishes to add

College is doing the service for the rural region students to empower the girls’ education and their quality of life through various activities such as providing scholarships, outside participation, internship programmes, one to one teaching to the villagers through the rotaract club, research and publications.



Section C: Outcomes achieved by the end of the year

  • Dr S Sumayaa “Effect of Different Packaging’s and storage conditions on the shelf life of palm candy” International Journal of Scientific Research Peer Review and Referred A Multi – Subject Journal ISSN No. 2277 – 8179 Volume 2/issue 5 May 2013 (Impact Factor: 0.3317)

  • Dr.A.R.Nadira Banu Kamal “Parallel Fractal Coding for Color Image Compression Using Genetic Algorithm and Simulated Annealing” International Journal of Computer Science and Information Technologies (ISSN: 0975-9646) Vol 4(6), 2013, 1017- 1017-1022,” (Impact Factor 2.93).

  • Dr.A.R.Nadira Banu Kamal -Iteration from fractal color image compression using vector quantization ISSN 2319-5940) in IJARCCE volume 3, Issue 1 (Impact Factor 1.770).

  • Dr.A.Kamarul Haniya published a paper “Free radical scavenging activity of Artemisia vulgaris, L. leaf extracts” in World journal of pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences. Volume 2, issue 6, pg. 6381-6390. (Impact Factor:2.786 )

  • Dr.A.Kamarul Haniya published a paper “Antioxidant effect of Artemisia vulgaris leaf extracts on oxidatively-stressed precision-cut liver slices” in International Research Journal of Pharmacy, Volume 4, Issue 10, pg.55-60

  • Mercy S, Mubsira Banu S, Jenifer I (2014) Application of Different Fruit Peels Formulations as A Natural Fertilizer for Plant Growth. International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research. Volume 3, Issue 1: 300-307. (Impact Factor: 0.675)

  • All the faculty members attended an orientation programme for “Teaching Practices” organized by the Staff development committee of Thassim Beevi Abdul Kader College for Women on 30.08.2013.

  • Ms.B.Seeni Rahufu Nisha, Assistant Professor of English Participated a One Day Orientation Programme on “Gender Studies for the Faculty Members” organized by Centre for Women Studies, Alagappa University, Karaikudi on 13.09.2013.

  • Department of English Organized a One Day Refresher Course on “Skill Based Teaching of English for Schools and College Teachers” of Ramanathapuram District on 08.10.2013.

  • The College given the training Programme to all the faculty members “The Art of Living” from 24.10.2013 to 29.10.2013.The trainer was Mrs.Shobhana Kalyan, Bangalore

  • Department of English Organized a Training the Trainers Workshop” for Staff members, from 02.02.2014 to 03.02.2014.

  • ELTAI & Department of English Organized a Skill-Based Activity Methods of Teaching” for Government School Teachers from 04.02.2014 to 15.02.2014.

    • The students selected by National Academy Montessori Matriculation Hr. Sec. School , Pattinamkathan, Ramanathapuram are as follows:

      1. G. Anitha Priya : II MA English

      2. T. Parameswari : II MA English

      3. Ms. S. Dhivya : II MA English

      4. N. Kowsalya : II MA English

      5. A. R. Dharshini : II MA English

    • The student selected by National Academy ICSE School , Pattinamkathan, Ramanathapuram are as follows:

      1. Hemalatha : III Chemistry

  • The students selected by Sri Krishna International School, Devipattinam are as follows:

        1. Thameem Fathima : III Microbiology

        2. Muthamizh Selvi : III Microbiology

        3. Rahmath AMriyam : III Chemistry

        4. Marjiya Banu : III IT

        5. Sumaya Rafi : III BA English

Section D: Plans of the college for the next year

I Infrastructure and Facilities

To place requests to the management for the following infrastructure



    1. To buy at least 2 buses and 2 vans to provide good transport facility for day scholars

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

II Institutional Development through other Quality Circles

    1. To conduct the student orientation programme through the Quality Circle for Student Development

    2. To hold a job fair by the Quality Circle for Placement to increase student placements

    3. To instigate the Eco club to give importance for green concepts

    4. To strengthen the student counseling activities

    5. To conduct an entrepreneurial training programme by Cell for Entrepreneur Development

    6. To address the grievances of staff and students through the a Grievance Redressal Cell

III Activities by IQAC

Month

Date

Plan

June

21.06.2014

Advisory Committee Meeting

July

26.07.2014

Educational Exhibition to School Children

August

22.08.2014

Best Practices in teaching & Quality assessment at college level

September

20.09.2014

Staff evaluation by students

October & November

Expert evaluation of staff

December

16.12.2014

Educational Exhibition to School Children

January

10.01.2015

Orientation about Higher Education for the final year UG students parents

February




HOD Appraisal & Self Appraisal by Staff

March




Documentation

April




Submission of Annual Quality Assurance Report


Name & Signature of the Name & Signature of the

Coordinator, IQAC Chairperson, IQAC

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