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MES KALLADI COLLEGE

MANNARKKAD

PALAKKAD DISTRICT ,
KERALA
-
678583

Ph: 04924 222377, Fax : 04924 223414

Email:
info@meskalladicollege.org

Web:
www.meskalladicolle
ge.org









ANNUAL QUALITY ASSURANCE REPORT (AQAR)

2008
-
2009 & 2009
-
2010






Submitted to

NATIONAL ASSESSMENT
AND ACCREDITATION CO
UNCIL (NAAC
)


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ANNUAL QUALITY ASSURANCE REPORT
(AQAR)

2008
-

’09 & 2009
-

’10




Submitted to

Nation
al Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC)




By

MES KALLADI COLLEGE
MANNARKKAD

MANNARKKAD COLLEGE P
.O

PALAKKAD
-

678583, KERALA



Ph: 04924 222377
,
Fax : 04924 223414

Email:
info@meskalladicollege.org
,


Web:
www.meskalladicollege.org





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MES KALLADI COLLEGE

MANNARKKAD

P.O MANNARKKAD COLLEGE, PALAKKAD DT., KERALA, PIN:678583

04924 223414 (Principal)
,
04924
222

377 (Office)

Email:
info@meskalladicollege.org




SUBMISSION



We submit the Annual Quality Assurance Report (AQAR) 2008
-
2009 &2009
-
2010, a report of
the activities co
-

ordinated by the Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC). The IQAC was
c
onstituted
at

the beginning of the academic year as per the directions of NAAC. The Cell is
functional in the college and monitors various curricular and co
-
curricular activities of the
college.


With regards


Dr. K.K Abdurahiman






Gopalakrishnan
K

Principal & Chairman IQAC






Co
-
ordinator IQAC

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CONTENTS

Title

Page No

PART A


Members of the Cell


Action plan


The outcomes achieved by the end of the year

PART B

1.

Activities reflecting t
he goals and objectives of the institution

2.

New academic programmes initiated (UG & PG)

3.

Innovations in curricular design and transaction

4.

Inter
-
disciplinary programmes started

5.

Examination reforms implemented

6.

Candidates qualified for UGC/CSIR


JRF/NET

7.

Initia
tive towards Faculty development programme

8.

Total number of seminars/ workshops conducted

9.

Research projects

10.

Patents generated, if any

11.

New collaborative research programmes

12.

Research grants received from various agencies

13.

Details of research scholars

14.

Citat
ion index of faculty members and impact factor

15.

Honours/Awards to the faculty

16.

Internal resources generated

17.

Details of departments getting SAP,COSIST
-
DST,FIST etc

18.

Community services

19.

Teachers and officers newly recruited

20.

Teaching
-

Non
-

teaching staff rati
o

21.

Improvements in library services

22.

New books/ Journals subscribed and their value


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8

9


11

11

12

14

14

15

16

19

20

20

20

20

20

21

21

22

22

22

26

26

26

27

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23.

Courses in which student assessment of teachers is introduced and the

action taken on student feed back.

24.

Unit cost of education

25.

Computerization of administration and the pr
ocess of admissions and examination
results, issue of certificates

26.

Increase in infrastructural facilities

27.

Technology Upgradation

28.

Computer and internet access and training to teachers and students

29.

Financial aid to students

30.

Activities and support from the Al
umni Association

31.

Activities and support from Parent
-
Teacher Association

32.

Health services

33.

Performance in sports activities

34.

Incentives to outstanding sports persons

35.

Student achievements and awards

36.

Activities of Guidance and Counselling Unit

37.

Placement Service
s provided to students

38.

Development programmes for Non
-
teaching staff

39.

Healthy Practices of the institution

40.

Linkages developed with National/ International, Academic/ Research Bodies

41.

Any other relevant information the institution wishes to add


PART C



Detail the Plans of the Institution for the next year

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27

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28

29

29

30

31

32

32

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35

40

41

41

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42

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MES
Kalladi College
,

Mannarkkad

The Annual Qual
ity Assurance Report


(AQAR)

For the years

2008
-
2009 & 2009
-
2010

Part A

Dr. K.K.Abdurahiman took charge as principal on 19
th

April 2008 against the leave vacancy of
Prof. T.T.Saidalavi. The IQAC committee includes the following members. This report descri
bes
the activities of the institution for the period 2008
-
2010.

Members of the cell

Chairman:

Principal Dr. K.K.Abdurahiman

Members:


Mr. K.Gopalakrishnan

, Dept. of Mathematics
(Coordinator)

Mr. Sabu Iype
,

Dep
t.

of Chemistry


Mr. M. Mohammedali ,Dept. o
f Botany

Dr. Mumt
h
a
z

A.K
,

Dept. of Chemistry

Mr. Usman Vengasseri,
Dept. of Physics

Dr. Shakeela A Rahiman
,

Dept. of History

Mr. Mohammed kamaludheen K.T
,

Dept. of Economics

Ms. V Saffiya
,

Dept. of Commerce


Mrs.K. Zainaba
, Dept. of
Mathematics

Mr.P.Saithalavi,

Dept. of Mathematics

Mr. P Abdu, Dept.
of Arabic.


Mrs. M. Prabhavathi
,

Dept. of English

Mr. M. Naseem
,

Dept. of Malayalam

Mr. P.J Joseph
,

Dept. of Physical Education



Mr.Aliyarukutty,
Office Superintendent


Mr. Syedalavi

K, Librarian
I
ncharge

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The plan of
action chalked out by the IQAC at

the beginning of every

academic

year towards
quality enhancement and the ou
tcome achieved by the end

are described below.


Action Plan (2008
-
2010
)

The entire outline for the aca
demic
journey for the years 2008
-
20
1
0 was framed by

the IQAC
based on the goals and objectives of the institution and keen attention is given to

the
follow

up

of

the recommendations given by

the previous
NAAC Peer team members. Emphasis was given

to
both infras
tructure and academic developments of the Undergraduate and Postgraduate

departments
. Meetings of the IQAC resolved to

implement the following program
me
s in the
college
.

The main proposals in the action plan

1. Academic



Introduction of new
academic program
mes
.



Research activities of the department through research programmes and

Publications
.



Effective monitoring of teaching, learning and evaluation.



Student support and faculty development.



Purchase of books and equipments.



Commencement of new research proj
ects.



Promotion of sports activities



To undertake more
collaborative work.

2. Infrastructure



Construction of more class rooms.



Construction of an Auditorium.



Campus beautification.



Development work in the college.



Creation and maintenance of infrastructure

and learning resources.



To build
an eco friendly campus.



To strengthen the audio
-
visual facilities



Promotion of facilities for sports.



Extension of space in

the
library.

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Construction of an education complex

3. Extension Work



Expertise the departments for
the development of the society and the nation.



Adoption of innovative practices.



To organize

a camp on anti
drug activities.



To conduct literacy awareness class.



To conduct campaign
s on
youth against terrorism.



To enhance the activities of pain and palliati
ve care.



Regular encouragement
to
students to involve themselves in co
-
curricular activities.



To strengthen alumni activities

to
a

broader area.



Alumni meetings (Department wise and college) should be held annually.



To organize community services

in conjun
ction
with

the

health department.



To organize nature
protection service

in connection
with

the
forest department.



To organize financial and academic support to financially and socially backward
students.



To organize life

saving programs by blood donors’
fo
rum.



To extend the service of the Library to

the public

The outcomes achieved by the end of the year
:



Conducted

one

National

Seminar with external funding.



Conducted fifteen

self

funded Seminars/Invited talks.



M
inor p
rojects
were newly implemented.



Act
ive participation of the faculty in the syllabus r
evision works conducted by the
U
niversity.



Active participation
of the faculty in the semesterisation works conducted by the Higher
Education Council and University.



Annual meetings of the Alumni (General
and Department wise)



Started

the

work of a new auditorium.



Started

the

work

of
an
Education Complex.



Renovation of physical education department.



Renovation of the college office.

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Renovation of college L
ibrary.



Community
activities through NCC, NSS, CSS, B
lood donors


forum,
Nature club,
Forestry club, etc
.



Active participation of faculty in seminars, workshops and refresher courses.



Effective work of Career Guidance and P
lacement cell.



Active participation of PTA
, Career
G
uidance and counse
l
l
ing cell in
st
udents’

activities.



Internet facilities

provided in the Library and
in all
Departments.



Coaching

classes
for competitive examinations.



Expansion of space in L
ibrary.



Extended
the Library facilities to the public.




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PART B

1. Activities reflecting the go
als and objectives of the institution
:

The institution aims at forming leaders who are intellectually competent, spiritually mature,
morally upright, psychologically integrated, physical
ly healthy, socially committed

those
who
will champion the c
ause of j
ustice, love, truth
,

peace and who are ever open to further growth. In
this period the institutional activities primarily focused on achieving the above mentioned goals
and objectives and in the sustenance and enhancement of quality level attained over th
e years in
different aspects of higher education.


To
support

that
,

the
College initiated

a)

Reme
dial Coaching centre.

b)

Career

G
uidance

and counseling cell

c)

Grievance and R
edressal cell

d)

Scholarships

e)

Endowments
and awards

f)

Women development cell (Vanitha Vedi)

g)

E
ffective tutorial system

h)

Academic monitoring committee

i)

Effective internal examinations

j)

Counsel
l
ing centre.

k)

Different forums and clubs

l)

Effective sports promotion prog
ra
mmes

m)

Add on courses

2.
New academic programmes initiated

(UG & PG)
:

The instit
ution was
approved as the centre

of school of distance education of University of
Calicut in
2007

and
the
courses
conducted
during th
is
pe
riod
are
the
following.

1.

MSc Mathematics, MA Malayalam & MA Economics

2.

BA Malayalam, BA Sociology, BA Economics, BA History

3.

Co
llege approved as the entrance Examination Centre for open courses


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Add on courses

The

add on courses offered at the college provide scope for the inter
-
disciplinary studies. Any
student from any department can opt for a course of his/her choice.
The d
uration of the course is
one year.

Examination is conducted by the University and the certificate
is
also issued by the

university. If a student under
goes the course for one year he/she is eligible for

a

certificate and if
the student continues it for the

second year he/she is eligible to get
a
diploma certificate.

The
two Add on Courses conducted during this period are

1.

Medical Laboratory Technician by Botany Department

2.

Computer Hard Ware by Physics Department.


3. Innovations in curricular

design and
transaction
:

Affiliated colleges have little scope in the preparation of their own syllabus but there are
representations from each and every department in doing the same under the guidance of the
Universi
ty. The University of Calicut
decided to implement
Choice Based Credi
t and Semester
System for under
graduate courses from 2009 admission onwards and Credit and Semester
System for P.G. courses from 2010 onwards. As part of this, various boards of studies have
conducted workshops to restructure the courses
and frame new syllabi. Teachers of various
departments of the college have actively participated in these workshops conducted by the
University and Higher Education Council, Govt. of Kerala, at different centers under the
University.

The following teacher
s were members of various Academic Bodies in different
Universities of Kerala during the academic year.

1.

Board of studies members

Name

Board of studies

Subject

University

Abdu K

UG

Arabic

Calicut University

Ummer V M

UG

Urdu & Persia
n

Calicut Unive
rsity

P.P Mohammed

UG & PG

Islamic History

Calicut University

Dr. K.P Abdu Rahiman

UG & PG

Islamic Studies

Calicut University

M.K Abdul Majeed

UG

BBA

Calicut University

Abdul Kader

M.K

UG

BBA

Calicut University

P.R Mohandas

PG

History

Calicu
t University

Sankaranarayanan
.K

UG & PG

Physics

Calicut University

Usman Vengasseri

UG & PG

Physics

Calicut University

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K Chandravathy

UG

Chemistry

Calicut University

Ramachandran
.M

UG

Chemistry

Calicut University

Sabu Iype

PG

Chemistry

Calicut Uni
versity

Amina K

UG

English

Calicut University

Naseem M

UG

Malayalam

Calicut University

Tobin Theophilus

UG

Mathematics

Calicut University


2.

Board of
examinations
:
Mr.
P.R Mohandas


Mr. M. Safarudeen

3.

Board of q
uestion paper setters

Name

Subject

P.P Mohammed

Islamic History

Paul Mani

BCom

K Gopalakr
ishnan

Mathematics


4.

F
aculty

members for CCSS:
T
he following three faculty member
s

attended the seminar
organized by Higher Education Council at Thiruvanathap
uram

1.

M Safarudheen

2.

M Naseem

3.

Gopalakrishnan K

4.

All the other faculty members attended the seminar organized at the college. The
resource person was Jayachandran K, Department of statistics, Sri Kerala Varma
College,


Thrissur

Resource persons

1.

K Gopalakr
ishnan

2.

Biju P

5.
Members of syllabus Reform Committee

1.

Abdu k

2.

P.P Mohammed

3.

M Mohammedali

4.

Dr.
Mumthaz
A.K

5.

Sabu Iype

6.
Members of Calicut University panel of subject experts

N
ame

Subject

P Syed Alavi

Commerce

Dr. Shakkeela A Rahman

History

Dr
. K.K Abdurahiman

Chemistry

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Tobin Theophilus

Mathematics

PaulMani


Commerce

7. M Mohamm
a
dali

is
the subject expert

of Botany for Public Service Commission in Palakkad
District
.

4. Inter
-
disciplinary programmes started:

a) Choice B
ased Credit and
Semester system
:

The newly introduced
choice based credit and sem
ester system gives due importance to

an
interdisciplinary/ multi disciplinary approach in
imparting curriculum. This is ensured throug
h
the provision for open course. The open course
is open
to all students in the institution except to
students in the parent department.

b) Add on courses

The

A
dd on courses offered at the college provide scope for the inter
-
disciplinary studies. Any
student from any department can opt for a

course of his/her ch
oice.
A
dd
on courses offered,
including the conventional courses in U.G. are interdisciplinary in nature,
and
is taught by
faculties of other

departments.

5. Examination reforms implemented
:

Examination reforms sugg
ested by the state government an
d the Uni
versity are implemented
accordingly. Since 2009 all under graduate programmes
come under
the choice based credit and
semester system. In this new system grading will be implemented in the examination instead of
marks.

A committee is entrusted with the con
duct of terminal examinations, which monitors

the entire
process of terminal examinations. The evaluation methods

are

announced in the

orientation
classes

conducted separately for science, arts and commerce students.
The timetable for the

conduct o
f examin
ations

is

published
from
time to time.
In addition internal

examinations
are

conducted regularly for all the programmes by the corresponding

departments.


The results
are

displayed
in the department notice boards and intimated to the

parents
.
C
lass
P.T.A.
meetings
are

conducted and parents/ guardians of each student sign the progress report in
the presence of principal, tutor and other teachers concerned.

This
method gives
a chance to
provide timely advic
e and proper guidance to students
who under perform.

For P.G. students two tests
are

conducted for each paper every semester apart from seminars and
assignments.

The following teachers handl
ed

the charges
as

controllers for internal examinations.

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2008
-
2009





2009
-
2010

M Rama
c
handran





Sandhya Gopinathan

Dr. K.P Abdurahiman





M Ramachandran


Moreover

class test
s
,

project
s
,

assignments,

seminars,

study tour
s
,

fi
eld visits
etc
.
are

also
conducted to evaluate and assess the students.

The
re shall be university examinations at the end of each
semester; both

t
heory and practical
examinations
shall be of three hours
duration. In

addition viva
-
voce examination
is
also
conducted along with practical examination for science P.G students

and

sepa
rately for others
.

Under the CCSS
system, a

question paper may contain objective type,

short answer type,

paragraph type and essay type questions,

carrying ¼,1,2,4 weightage respectively

The evaluation scheme for each course shall contain two parts
,
intern
al and external evaluation
in the ratio

of
1:3.Each question and course is evaluated by assigning a letter grade A,B,C,D or E
by the method of direct grading.

The
internal and external components
of the course are
respectively graded and then combined to g
et the grade of the course.

An aggregate of C grade in
each course and minimum 2 of SGPA
(Semester Grade Point Average)
are required

for a pass

in
each semester
and also for awarding a degree

6.

Candidates qualified for UGC/
C
SIR


JRF/NET
:


No

Name

Examinat
ion

Department

1

Rajeena Jose

CSIR
-

NET

Physics

2

Jamshad Ali

CSIR
-

NET

Physics

3

Shihabudheen M

CSIR
-

NET

Physics

4

Sai Jyothi S

CSIR
-

NET

Physics

5

Muhsina K

CSIR
-

NET

Physics

6

Aboobacker

CSIR


JRF

Mathematics

7

Suma P

CSIR


NET

Mathemati
cs

8

Saithalavi P

CSIR


JRF

Mathematics

9

Arabhi

CSIR


NET

Botany

10

Ummu Habeeba

CSIR


NET

Botany

11

Shabeer Khan

CSIR


NET

Botany

12

Salahudheen

CSIR


NET

Chemistry

16


13

Bindu Sharmila

CSIR


NET

Chemistry

14

Sreeja

CSIR


NET

Chemistry

15

Us
ha

CSIR


NET

Chemistry

16

Thomas Baby

CSIR


NET

Chemistry

17

Sneha Jose

CSIR


JRF

Chemistry

18

Anees

CSIR


NET

Chemistry

19

Lathika

CSIR


JRF

Chemistry

20

Mohammed Rafi

UGC


JRF

Commerce

21

Jisha Sankar

UGC


JRF

Commerce

22

Jan
a
rdhanan

UGC


NET

Commerce

23

Praveen Kumar

UGC


NET

Commerce

24

Sainudheen

UGC


NET

History

25

Salahudheen

UGC


NET

History

26

Binu

UGC


NET

History

27

Ramdas M

UGC


NET

Economics

28

Anupama

UGC


NET

Economics

29

Seena Devi

UGC


NET

Economics

30

Sangee
tha

UGC


NET

Economics

31

Kavitha

UGC


NET

Economics

32

Divya

UGC


NET

Economics

33

Resmi R

UGC


NET

Economics



7. Initiatives toward
s Faculty development programme
:

Teachers of various departments attended refresher courses, orientation courses,

seminars,
workshops etc. for their career development, research as well as for the benefit of the students of
the college. Moreover, teachers are carrying out research

No. of Seminars, Conferences, Workshops etc. attended by the faculty


:

38

M Prabhava
thi



Two Day Seminar on restructuring undergraduate education in Kerala.



conducted
at
Chembai
Memorial

Government

Music College
,
Palakkad 18
th

& 19
th

November 2008



Workshop on CCSS for BA English


Academic staff college Calicut University 1
St

July
20
09.




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Mrs Sandhya Gopinath
an




Four day work shop on innovative an interactive teacher techniques


MES Medical
College Hospital
,

Perinthalmanna
,

February 2008

Mr. K
.J
Joseph




Seminar on Physical Education


Amal College Nilambur 21
st

March 2009.

Mr.
M Safarudheen



Work shop Restructuring under graduate Education in Kerala conducted by Higher
Education Council Trivandrum, December 2008.

Dr. O.P Salahudheen



Seminar attended in the Indian History Congress

Mr.
C. K Vijash



Seminar on syllabus restruc
turing at Calicut University.



Attended Indian History Congress

Mrs.
R.V Manju



Workshop on history at PSMO College Thiriirangadi



Attended workshop on Local History

Dr.
S
hakkeela A Rahiman



Attended workshop on Local History



Syllabus restructuring semin
ar at Calicut University

Mrs. S Jameela



National Seminar on “ Sustained Economic Development” held at MES Ponnani College

December 31
,

2008.


Mr.
Muhammed Kamaludheen K.T



Syllabus restructuring seminar at Calicut University

Mr. Usman Vengasseri



Semi
nar on Gravitation ways



Experimental Physics



Methodology & perspective
s

of physics

Mr.
Sankaranarayanan



Workshop on python programming

18


Mr.
Tobin Theophilus



Reformation of syllabus in connection with the introduction of CCSS for UG programme
.

Mr.
K G
opalakrishnan



Two Day workshop on Latex & python conduct
ed on 14 & 15 December 2009 at

Govt
College
,

Chitoor.



Work Shop conducted in connection with introduction of CCSS for UG programme by
Higher Education Council
.

Mr.
M Mohammadali




Five day

curricu
lum reformation workshop for CCSS at Calicut University in march
2009
.



National Seminar on Medicinal plans at PSMO College Thiroorangad
i
.




INSPLORA, 2 days seminar to give motivation for science students organized by Science
and Technology
M
useum
,

Thiruv
ananthapuram.

Mr.
M Naseem



Work shop Restructuring under graduate Education in Kerala conducted by Higher
Education Council Trivandrum, December 2008
.


Mr.
Tobin Theophilus

Presented a paper ‘Minimum path problem”
at

VTB College
,

Sree Krishnapuram

Pres
ented a paper “
O
per
ation Research” In PTM College P
erinthalmanna

Mr.
K Gopalakrishnan

Presented a pap
er “ Problems in Graph Theory” at

VTB College Sreekrishnapuram

Resource person for workshop on “ Probability Theory” for

Higher Secondary teachers of
M
alappuram & Palakkad District.


Presented a

paper on “ Vedic Mathematics” at

PTM College Perinthalmanna

Presented a paper on

Indian Mathematics” at Kottopadam Kalladi High School.


No. of teachers participated in Orientation/Refresher courses

: 1




Mr
.
Gopalakrishnan K



Attended refresh
er

course in ‘Human Rights’

at Academic Staff College Calicut
University during March 2008


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8. Total number of seminars/ workshops conducted:


No. of National / State level/ Regional Seminar

:

16

1.

National Seminar on

“Discrete Mathematics and Its Application” on 16 February 2009
sponsored by UGC.

2.

Seminar on “Golden Ratio” by Mr. Aboobacker (Department of Mathematics, PTM Govt.
College, Perinthalmanna), 15 December 2008.

3.

Seminar on “Mathematics in Daily Life” by Prof.

Naveen Chandran (Department of
Mathematics, Govt. College, Chitur), 10 November 2009.

4.

Seminar on “Large Hadron Collider”, by Dr. Ajith (PDF, Einstein Research Institute,
Germany), 05 November 2008.

5.

Seminar on “Space Research in India” by Dr. Vineeth P (PD
F, Stansford University, USA),
08 November 2008.

6.

Seminar on “ A Trip to moon”, by Mr. Abdul Gafoor (NASA), 15 February 2009.

7.

Seminar on “
Transparent Electronic Callenges”, by Dr. Saji K J (faculty, University of
Lisbon, USA)

8.

Seminar on “computer Hardware a
nd Networking”, by ACCEL IT Academy, Pal
a
kkad, 25
January 2011.

9.

Seminar on “Naturopathy o
n Food Habits” by Dr. Jacob Wad
a
kkancheri, November 2008.

10.

Seminar on “Forest Wealth and its Management” by Sri. George Mathew, IFS (DFO
Mannarkkad), January 2009.

11.

Semi
nar on “Computational Chemistry” by Dr. Ramesh (NIT, Calicut), 20 July 2008.

12.


Seminar on “Energy Crisis” by Dr. Mohd. Shafi (HOD, Department of Chemistry,
Universuty of Calicut)

13.

Seminar on “Classical Mechanics Vs Quantum Mechanics” by Dr. M.P. Suryanarayan
an
(HOD, Department of Chemistry, GVC Palakkad)

14.

Seminar on
“Monsoon Diseases” by Sri. Toms Varghese (Heath Inspector)

15.

Seminar on “Techniques of Archeological Research” by Dr. V.T. Padmaja (V.T.B. College),
8 December 2009.

16.


Seminar on “Great Depression II

and Indian Economy” by Prof. P.Vijayan (Principal V.T.B
College, Mannampatta), 12 January 2010.

20


9
.
Research projects
:

Newly implemented Minor Projects


No

Name and Department of P
roject
implemented

Title of the Project

Amount (in
Rupees)

1

Mr.Mohd
Kamalu
dheen
.K.T
,
Economics

Economicsofsolid
waste
management

93000

2

Mr.
P.R.Mohandas

Irula Tribe and Livelyhood

65000

3

Dr.Shakeela A Rahman, History

Role of darghas as Centres of
cultural interaction

65000

4

Dr. O.P.Salahudheen

History of M.E.S.

50000

5

Mr.
C.K.Vijeesh

A study of Muduka tribes of
Attappadi

80000

6

Mr.
P P Mohammed

Chembrasseri Thangal a forgotten
Gallant, Anti Imperialist & Martyr
of Malabar.

65000

7

Dr. K.P Abdul Rahiman

Study of Rowther
Muslim group of
Palakkad District

50000

10
. Patents generated
,

if any:


Nil

11. New collaborative research programmes
:

Nil

12.
R
esearch
g
rants received from various agencies (in Rs.):

Item

2008
-
09

2009
-
10

UG Assistance:

665856

118355

PG Assistance

-

-

Research Projects

-

20,5000

Seminars

31019

-

Total

696875

323355

13. Details of research scholars:

Sl No

Name

Topic

Status

1

Tobin Theophilus

Graph Theory

Registered

2

Gopalakrishnan K

Graph Theory

Registered

3

Mohammed Kamaludheen

K.T

Economics

of
solid waste
management.

Registered

4

K.J
. Joseph

Psychomotor analysis of
wrestlers,

boxers and
judokas of kerala state.

Registered



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14. Citation index of fa
culty members and impact factor
:

Sl No

Name

Title

Periodical/ Journals

1

K.J Joseph

Analysis of Food Habits,
Nutritional Awareness and
Attitude Towards Physical
Activity of Sports Persons
and Non
-

sports Persons

Natio
nal Seminar at
Karpakam University

Coimbatore

2

K.J Joseph

Psycho motor Analysis of
Wrestlers, Boxers and
Judokas of The state of
Kerala

Natio
n
al Seminar at
Karpakam Univers
ity
Coimbatore

3

Dr. Mumthaz

X
-
ray Diffractions Studies
of Mn(II) &Ni(II) Complexes
of Benzoyl Acetone

L
-
Histidine

4

Dr. Mumthaz

Physico


Chemical
Studies and Thermal
Decomposition Keneteis of
Some Metalal Complexes of
Dibenzoyl methane


L
-
Histidine

5

Dr. O.P.Salahudheen

Chakkliyas of Mannarkkad

A History from Below
Proceedings of 71
st

Session of the IHC,
Gaur

Ba
nga
University, Malda, W.
Be
ngal

6

Dr. O.P.Salahudheen

Palliative

Care: A
Malappuram

Ep
i
stome

Proceedings

of 70
th

session, University of
Delh
i PP (1220
-
1230)

7

Dr. O.P.Salahudheen

Khilafath and Non
-
Cooperation

in Malabar

Proceedings of IHC,
67
th

Session , Farook
College
-

PP 478
-
487

8

Dr. O.P.Salahudheen

Eradication of illiteracy in
Kerala

The Aligarh
Magazine PP 44
-
90


15. Honours/Awards to
the faculty:



Mr.
Mohammed Kamaludheen K.T. elected as a member of the academic council of
Calicut University.



Mr.
M.Safarudheen elected as a senate member, University of
C
alicut.



Mr.
P.P Mohammed elected as

member of academic council, Calicut University


22



16. Internal resources generated (in Rs.)
:

No

Item

2008
-
09

2009
-
10

1

Higher
promotion

of SC/ST and
minorities


80,000

2

Remedial Coaching


420,000

3

Coaching

classes for entry in…


400,000

4

Seminar

31,019


5

Assistance to located in rural/
remot
e/border areas


70,000

6

Coaching classes of NET/SET


400,000

7

Minor Research Project


205,000

8

Colleges in backward area

300,000

50,000

9

Basic scientific research


10,00,000

8

Establishment of UGC network
resource center


190,000

9

Lab and libra
ry equipment

443,904


10

Equal
opportunities

center


75,000

11

Development assistance to UG
colleges

665,856

118,355

12

Alumni

30,000

20,000

13

Reimbursement HWD

500,000

878,885

14

Central college committee

500,000

500,000

17.

Details of departments gett
ing SAP,COSIST
-
DST,FIST etc assistance/recognition:


Nil

18.

Community services
:

As mark of our commitment to the society we were offering the following facilities to the people
around the campus



Library made available for reference.



Infrastructure made avail
able to con
duct MCA, off
-
campus course of Calicut University.



Eight
l
i
ne
track and play ground made available for various sports events.



Infrastructure made available to conduct distance education courses of Calicut
University.

a.

CSS (C
ompulsory Social Servi
ce)


Most of the department
s

followed a standard protocol for the successful completion of
compulsory social
service during

the academic years 2008
-
09 and 2009
-
10. Being a programme
envisaged by the University for the benefit of students and near by commun
ity, all the students
enthusiastically participated in the programme.

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CSS
coordinator:

Mr. M.K. Abdul Majeed.

On 14
th

August 2009 a rally was conducted
by joining
with

the
health department of
Kumaramputhur for mosquito eradication. The rally was inaugura
ted by Mr. Jose Baby, the
honourable Deputy Speaker of Kerala.

Conducted a social survey and awareness programme in
Kumaramputhur

village about epidemic
diseases.

Planted t
rees in the college campus with

the

co
-
operation of

the
forest department.

A blood
donation camp was conducted
with
the co
-
operation of NCC and NSS of the college.

Seminars were conducted for students
on

Career guidance, P
ublic
L
aw
A
wareness,
Health
Consciousness and Traffic R
ules.

b.

NSS

The three NSS units of the college worked with comm
itment to its mission of orienting the
creative force for social construction under the guidance of the following offices.

2008
-
09

2009
-
10

Dr. K.P. Abdurahiman

Sri.

P.P.Mohammed

Smt. P.P.Nafeesa

Dr. K.P. Abdurahiman

Sri.

P.P.Mohammed

Smt. P.P.Nafeesa

The

activities during the period 2008
-
09

A
seven day special camp of NSS units (32, 65, and 69) of the college

was

conducted at AMUP
School Edathanattukara (west) from 19
th

to 25
th

December 2008. The theme of the camp was
“Youth for Rural Progress”. During th
e camp
,

volunteers made ground leveling, waste pit
digging, construction of approach road and check dam in the nearby river.
With a
check dam
across the Valliyar river, nearly 150 families used it for drinking water.

During the camp Adv. Abbas Alayan
took

a
class
on
legal awareness among youth. Mr.
Jayarajan master
took a
class
on
personality development among youth. Mr. Tom Varghese
discussed the importance of cleanliness.

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About 1200
seedlings were planted in the college campus under the “Nammude Maram”
programme of Kerala Govt.



A quiz competition was organized in connection with Independence Day



An orientation class was conducted on 1
st

Aug for the volunteers. Mr Mohammed Rafi of
CIGI, Calicut was the resource person



10 volunteers visited the Red Ribbon

Express at Shornur Railway Station on 6
th

J
uly in
connection with the campaign against AIDS.



A legal literacy class was conducted on 23
rd

oct 2008



Blood group camp was conducted on 12
th

Dec 2008 under the auspices of Alsalama
Hospital Perinthalmanna

The

activities during the period 2009
-
10

The annual special camp for the year 2009
-
10 was conducted on December 18 to 24, 2009 at
AUP
School

Payyanadam, Pallikkunnu, Kumaramputhur. The theme of the camp was “The
Youth for Rural Rejuvenation”. The camp envisag
ed road construction, cleaning public places
and residential coloni
es, cleaning of ponds and check
-
da
m construction. During the camp,
volunteers
raised an
awareness

campaign against H
1
N
1

fever by distributing notices. They dug
waste pits in the colonies an
d school premises. They repaired a hundred feet damaged road by
filling

it with mud and
was
thus made
useful

for
more than 50 families.



On 19
th

December

2009 Sri.P.M.
Pookoya Thangal
took
a class on job
opportunities in
banks.



On 21
December

2009 Sri K.P.
S.Payyanadam
took a

class
o
n

Youth and Social
Service

.



On 22 December 2009 Sri.N
.
V.Jayarajan master
led a

class on personality development.



On 23 December 2009 Sri.Tom Varghese
delivered a lecture on
“Health and Life S
tyle

.



On 20 December 2009 they
conducted a trek to Pathrakkadavu, Kunthi
ppuzha.



A mass tree plant
ing was
carried out by NSS and CSS combined during the month of July
& Aug. Nearly 500 seedlings were planted in and around the campus.



An orientation program


was conducted for the new volu
nteers on 12
-
8
-
2009. Mr. N.V
Jayarajan Master took the class.

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An essay competition was conducted in connection with Independence Day.



Legal awareness classes were conducted by KELSA for

the
second year degree students
on 28
-
10
-
2009.



A blood group detecting

camp was conducted in association with Al Salama Hospital on
28
-
1
-
2010.

c.

Blood Donors forum


An active blood donors


forum is functioning in the coll
ege. Students are voluntarily
donating
blood for needy patients in the various hospitals situated near the campus

and also various
hospitals in

Perinhalmanna
. Class
-
wise list of students who are willing to donate blood,
would be
prepared at
the
beginning o
f each academic year.

Blood grouping camp
was arranged in the
college.

Nearly 100

students donate blood every year.

d.

N.C.C(Naval W
ing)

Officer
:
Lt. K Gopalakrishnan



On 13 December 2008 cadets visited a blind school ‘Helen keller’ at kottappuram



By joining

with ISS Computer center
M
annarkkad,
a
one
-

day seminar ‘Info Meet 2008’

was conducted
on 16 December 2008
,

in two sessions.

The seminar was
on the topics
C
omputer net
-
working,

A
nimation,

Personality D
evelopment

and General Computer
A
wareness.



Conducted a

trekking camp to the beautiful waterfall at Meenvallam on 6 December 2008




On 20 January 2009 NCC cadets gave a guard of honour to the chief guest Deputy
Speaker of Kerala Legislative Assembly Sri. Jose Baby and Gen. Secretary of MES

Dr.
Fasal
Gafoor on t
he foundation stone laying ceremony of
the
auditorium and educational
complex of our college.



Conducted an awareness cycle rally against ‘Swine flu’ on 17 Nov, 2009.



Conducted a’ koottayottam’ from Mannarkkad College to Vattambalam on 18

Nov 2009.



Conducte
d a blood donation camp by cooperating with Govt. Blood Bank,
Perinthalmanna. 35 Cadets donated their blood to

the
Blood Bank.



Conducted an awa
reness rally against ‘Wild Fire’
by
joining
with

the

forest department
during March 2010.


26



e.

N.C.C(Army
W
ing)

NCC
officer : Lt. P Saidalavi



Conducted a seminar on

female foeticide


on 4
th

Aug 2008



Conducted blood donation and blood grouping camp on 1
st

December 2009, AIDS day



Organized eye testing camp
for

cadets, students and for general public.



Organized AIDS day

rally on 1
st

December 2010, World AIDS D
ay.



Conducted seminars on personality development, time management, anti
-
corruption and
traffic awareness.



Organized campaign against Chikun Guniya and Malaria in association with Mannarkkad
grama panchayath.



Tree p
lantation, gardening, campus cleaning

etc were
the
other activities.

19.

Teachers and officers newly recruited:

1.

Mr.
Biju P.J., Commerce

2.

Mr.
P.K.Aneesudeen., History

3.

Dr. O.P.Salahudeen., History

4.

Mrs.
T.P.Rincy., History

5.

Mr.
C.K.Vijesh., History

6.

Mrs.
R.V.Manju.,

History

7.

Dr. Sreeja.P.V., Hindi

8.

Mr.
V.M.Ummer., Arabic

20.

Teaching

-

Non
-

teaching staff ratio
:


2008
-
2009

:

1.046

: 1

2009
-
2010

:

1.306

: 1

21.

Improvements in library services
:

The library
was
fully computerized. Internet facility was expanded. More book
s, journals,
shelves and racks were bought and reading section facilities were improved. Work to implement
a digital library was also started this year.



27


22.

New books/ Journals subscribed and their
value:

Item

2008
-
09

2009
-
10

Books

32500 (old) 959( new)

3
3459 (old) 721 (new)

Cost of new books

Rs.
1,77,600

Rs.
50,000

Journals,

50

60

periodicals

21

22

daily

9

9

23.

Courses in which student assessment of teacher
s

is introduced and the action taken on
student feed back
:

We have a usual practice of collecti
ng feed back from the students about

1.

Teacher

2.

Course

3.

Facilities provided by the institution

We collect feedback from both degree & PG students. The students give the
i
r feed back
on
curriculum

aspects
,

teach
ing
-

learning process, support services and ot
her facilities
offered by the institution during their course of study. The findings are submitted to the
respective departments and teachers

for their analysis and to take necessary remedial
actions.



24.

Unit cost of education
:


(a) Including the sal
ary component = Rs. 36,910


(b) Excluding the salary component = Rs. 16,708.

25.

Computerization of administration

and


the process of admissions

and
examination
results
,
issue of certificates
:

The process of automation of the college
administration is p
rogressing. As a

first phase of
automation first year admission was all computerized. A new software for admission
,

pay roll of
staff and other related facilities in office like provident fund, deductions etc., w
as

installed.
Computerization was extended
to other aspects of office administration. Necessary training was
given to the office staff to suit the computerization programme.

26.

Increase in infrastructural facilities
:

To keep pace with academic growth
,

college augmented its
re
sources
and upgraded its a
vailable
facilities. This year various instruments were purchased in science departments making use of
funds obtained from
UGC and other agencies.
The institution has purchased 20

computers and
28


other accessories like printers etc.,

for

various laborat
ories and departments. List of instruments
purchased in different science laboratories during the period 2008
-
10
is

listed

Department of Chemistry



U.V. visible spectro photo meter.



Water analiser.



Electronic balance of accuracy 0.0001.



Polarimeter.



Conduct
ivity meters (digital & analogue)



Potentio
meters.



Spectrophotometer (visible)



Shakers



L.C.D. projector.



O.H.P.



Ovens & suction pump.



Constant temp bath with stirrer and regulator.



Computer with printer.

Department of Physics



Microwave Test Bench
-

1 No.



El
ectro spin Resonance Spectrometer
-

1 No.



Michelson Interferometer
-

1 No.



Millikans oil drop Apparatus
-

1 No.



Cathod ray oscilloscope
-

3 No.



Hot air oven
-

1 No.



Experiment with lock in Amplifier
-

1 No.



FEBRY Perot Etalon
-

1 No.



Liquid Dielectric Cell
-

1 No.



Inverter
-

1 No.



UPS
-

1 No.



Function Generator
-

2 No.

27.

Technology u
pgradation
:

Quality is the cumulative product of both human and materi
al resources in any educational
institution. The institution regularly makes technology upgradation along with its acade
mic
growth. The impact of technological development has not only affected market economy but also
educational system. It has given a new shape, a new content and direction to the educational
29


system. Constant and continuous efforts are made to utilize the a
dvantages of technological
development in sustaining and promoting quality education effectively.


During this period
the
institution has purchased
20 c
omputers( C
ommerce, Mathematics,

Physics
,

Chemistry, Economics, History, English) and other accessories

like printers

for

various
departments.


The internet facilities are provided in the departments. The process of automation of the college
administration is progressing
.

A
s

a first phase of automation first year admission was all
computerized. A new softw
are for admission pay roll of staff and other related facilities in office
like provident fund, deductions etc.,
is

installed. Computerization
is

extended to other aspects of
office administration. Necessary training
is

given to the office staff to suit th
e computerization
programme.

28.

Computer and internet access and training to teacher
s

and student
s:

Internet facility
is

provided to all departments
.

Computer training
is

given to the office staff to
suit the new computer programme introduced

in the office.

29.

Financial aid to students:


There

are

many

students

who

are

socially

backward

and

economically

poor and the

institution
strongly believes that no student should be denied access to higher education

because of financial

constraints.

A fund is maintained by
collecting donations from the staff,

students of the college
and
the
public to help the poor and deserving students by giving them scholarship
s

and other
kinds of
assistance
.

The College has established about
thirty eight

scholarships and endowments
for th
e

benefit of
outstanding students. About
seventy five percent

of the students enjoy fee
concession under

KPCRA and Harijan welfare schemes.

Students’ Welfare Fund, mainly
sponsored by the contribution of staff has been
rendering
help

to
many needy students

in the past
few
years. Some

students are

availing

financial aid in the form of scholarships from the cent
ral
and state governments.

An amount of Rs 3.5 lakhs was disbursed this year being
the
Silver Jubile Merit Scholarship. 52
students are selected for m
inority girls Scholarship. A total of 869 students are enjoying
30


educational fee
concession
, out of which 144 are SC students. The PTA have instituted cash
awards to toppers of all classes in the university examination as well as in the terminal
examination
.

30.

A
ctivities and support from the Alumni A
ssociation:

Alumni association is functioning in a two tier system. All departments of the college are having
separate Alumni
Association with

separate executive committees. Every year there will be a
minimum of t
hree executive committee meetings and an annual general body meeting. Alumni
day will be celebrated every year with

family get together and colour
ful events.

College alumni association in

is one
which executive committee members of all department
alumni a
ssociation are members. Meetings of alumni associations
are

held as and when required,
and the association monitors the activities of various departments’ alumni association. Each
Department alumni is actively involved in department affairs and are very ac
tive in helping
needy alumni members.

Office bearers of the college alumni association for the year
s

2008
-
10:


1.

President : Dr. K.K.Abdurahiman

2.

Vice President : Mr. K.T.Mohammed Kamaludheen

3.

Secretary :
Mr.
Jacob Kekrikkattu

4.

Join Secretary : Adv. Ajith Ku
mar

5.

Treasurer : Mr. M. Muhammedali

Executive committee members:

i.

Mr.
Santhosh. V (Physical Education)

ii.

Mr.
P. Saidalavi (Commerce)

iii.

Dr. A.K.

Mumthaz (Chemistry)

iv.

Mr.
Sainul Abid K (Physics)

v.

Mr.
Ramdas M (Economics)

vi.

Mr.
Vijeesh C.K. (History)

vii.

Mrs.
Prema
kumar
i C (Mathematics)

viii.

Mr.
P P Mohammed (Arabic and Islamic History)

ix.

Mr.
Sabu Iype (General Convener)

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31.

Activities and support from Parent
-
Teacher A
ssociation:


The

main

objective

of

the

PTA

is

to foster and promote good relationship among the

members of
the t
eaching staff, students and their parents
;

to create in its members a keen

interest
for the
smooth working and progress of the college
,

to

maintain discipline

and high academic
standard
and to provide amenities to the students of the college
.


Office Beare
rs for the academic
year 2008
-
09



Mr
. T.T Saidalavi (President)

Mr
. P.R Mohandas (Secretary)

Members:

Sri Kuttan

Sri. V Hydarali

Sri. P Subrahmanian

Mr.
M.K Abdul Majeed

Mrs.
A.Raseena

Mr.
P.V Muhammed Kassim

Fo
llowing were the important activities of

PTA in 2008
-
09
:

1.

Installed a water purifier at college library to provide drinking water to the staff and
students.

2.

Purchased books for nearly 20,000 rupees to help poor students.

3.

Nearly
an amount
30,000 rupees
was
distributed among 75 financially poor stu
dents.

4.

Purchased a Multygym to the physical education department which costs about 25,000
rupees.

5.

Furnished the
dais

of the seminar hall.

6.

Purchased a Laptop for seminar purposes.

7.

An amount of
Rs.1.5 lakhs

was
spent

as the
salary of guest lecturers.

8.


Distri
buted

cash awards to
winners
in
academic, sports

and cultural activities.

Office Bearers for the academic year 200
9
-
10



Dr. K.K Abdurahiman (President)

Mr
. P.R Mohandas (Secretary)


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Members:

Mr
. Sabu Iype

Mr.
Muhammed K

Sri. V Hydarali

Mr.
M Mohammed A
li

Mr.
Tobin Theophilus

Ms.
V Safiya

Mrs.
Ambika Sanker

Sri. P Subrahmanian

Following were the activities under taken by the PTA during the year 2009
-
2010

1.

Financially

backward students were given financial assistance to
pursue

their studies in a
better

way
.

2.

Two deserving students were provided with
free
lunch daily from the college canteen.

3.

Hospital care expenses were provided to sick students while they fell ill in the college.

4.

Funding was made to various departments in the college for the conduct of s
eminars and
workshops.

5.

In continuance of the projects undertaken by the PTA during previous years
,

continued
funding for
maintenance

was provided.


6.

Cash awards were given to outstanding students who performed well in their terminal
examination.

7.

Distrib
uted cash awards to achievers in academic, sports and cultural activities.

8.

Expenses towards the conduct of the terminal examinations were met by the PTA.

32.


Health services:


No permanent medical officer is serving the campus. This
drawback
is re
ctified
by
t
he presence
of T
aluk medical center Mannarkkad, which is 3km. away from the college. NCC is annually
conducting blood group testing for the students joining with Govt. blood bank P
e
rinthalmanna.
Staff and students are sent to hospitals in Perinthalmanna if

serious medical problems aris
e
.
Counse
l
ling classes are conduct
ed
to reduce stress and strain
among

the students.

33.

Performance in sports activities:

To develop leadership qualities and for the
all
-
round development of students participation in
sports acti
vities are essential.
This institution provides

all
so
rts
of encouragement

for promoting
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sports. Every year the college produces a handsome number of students with remarkable
achievements

in sports
at the university, district and state levels. To encourage

the students


participation in sports and games
the
institution honors the outstanding sports persons with ca
sh
awards, scholarships and priz
es and felicitates them
at specially convened meetings.

Activities and achievements of students in sports and gam
es

(2008
-
09)



This college was ranked first among M.E.S
colleges

in sports and games this year.



Athletic team secured fourth position in the Calicut university athletic meet.



Anooj R, Sundaran P,
H
anees
P and N
ithin
P

Abraham represented Calicut
University

for
the all
India

inter
-
university championship.



Sund
aran
P

stood first in t
he Calicut university marathon race
.



Nithin
P

Abraham secured first p
lace
in the 400
metre

hurdles



Nithin
P

Abraham secured third place in the
A
ll
India

south zone championship



Ra
shid
E.P

secured t
hird priz
e in the state 400 metres and 110 metres in
hurdles



Cross country team secured third place in the Calicut university inter zone cross country
championship



Sund
aran
P

secured second place in the cros
s country championship in unive
rsity



Sundharan
P

represented Calicut university cross country team for
the

all
India

inter
university cross country championship held at Amritsar



Wrestling team secured runner up position in the Calicut university inter zone
championship



Wrestling

team se
cured runn
er

up position in the
P
alakkad

district wrestling
championship



Biju
E

and
Mohammed R
eaz
K K

won second place
in the state judo championship in
their respective weight category



College foot
ball t
eam secured third place in the C

zone tournament



Saj
id
C

represented
P
alakkad district foo
t
ball team and the team secured second place in
the state championship



International foot
baller
I M

V
ijayan inaugurated the annual athletic meet of the college



23 students were eligible for state sports scholarship



Fou
r students got placement in different institution under sports quota

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Judo team secured runner

up

position in the university inter zone championship



Our college
organized

the
Kerala

state chess championship for the blind at our college
from 15 to 17 A
ugust

2008
.



The department of physical education and
P
ravee
n
C
hakko
S
ports
A
cademy,

Mannarkkad togeth
er organize
d

physical training c
amp for the aspirants for the police
force
.

O
ut

of 74 participants
,

62 got selection in poli
ce.

Activities and achievements of s
tudents in sports and games(2009
-
10)



College

Athletic team won

the fourth position in the inter
-
zone,

Calicut University
Athletic meet.



Two students of our College represented Calicut University for the All India Inter
University Meet held at Madras and S
udeep.M.P secured third place in Tripple jump in
the meet.



Cross
-
country
team consisting of nine members secured runner
-
up place in the Calicut
University cross
-
country championship and two students
were
selected to represent
University for the All India I
nter University meet
held at Kottayam.



Athletic team
secured

several places in the district and state Athletic meet.



College wrestling team secured championship in the Calicut University inter zone
wrestling championship.



College Judo team secured runner u
p position in the Calicut University Inter zone Judo
championship.



Biju.E represented Kerala state for the National Judo championship held at Orissa.



College tug
-
of
-
war team represented Kerala for the national tug
-
of
-
war championship
held

at Agra.



College
foot
ball team secured r
unner up in C Zone championship



College cricket team secured third place in the c zone champion ship



This year college hosted the inter zone wrestling championship and c zone Kabbadi
championship



The annual sports meet of the college

was
held on 21
-
1
-
2010 and it
was

inaugurated by
the we
l
l known foot baller Asif Z
a
heer

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21 students were eligible for grace mark and sports scholarship



College
was
ranked first among MES Colleges in sports this year



College hosted the district
Athletic me
et for physically challenged on 10
th

December
2009.
L
eader

of opposition Sri.O
mmen Chandi inaugurated the meet
.



College hosted the Sub District and Revenue District Schools sports meet at our ground
from 3
rd

to 9
th

Dec 2009
.



A sports quiz competition for t
he students of higher secondary schools
was
conducted on
29
th

Aug 2009.

34.

Incentives to outstanding sports persons
:

To enc
ourage and support the students’
participation in sports and games College honours the
outstanding sports person with cash awards, schol
arships
and
prizes and felicitate them at
specially convened meetings.

35.Students achievements and awards
:

a) Academic achievements(2008
-
2009)

UG Results 2005
-
2008


Course

No:
Students
Appeared

No:
Students
Passed


Distinction


I class


II Class


III Clas
s


Perce
n
t
of Pass

BA
Econom
ics


39


38


1


15


10


12


97.43

BA History

46

44

-

11

19

14

95.65

BA A&

I
sl

History


31


30


-


10


17


3


97

BSc Maths

32

28

10

14

3

1

87

BSc
Physics


22


22


11


10


1


-


100

BSc
Chemistry


24


23


11


10


2


-


96

B
Sc Botany

22

22

8

12

2

-

100

B
Com

48

40

-

30

9

1

83

BBA

40

37

3

32

2

-

92.5




36


PG Results 2006
-
2008


Course

No:
Students
Appeared

No:
Students
Passed


Distinction


I class


II Class


III Class


Percent
of Pass

MSc
Physics


10


7


1


6


-


-


70

MSc
Ch
emistry


10


8


2


6


-


-


80

MSc
Maths


15


12


4


6


2


-


80

MA
History


14


13


-


9


4


-


93

MA
Economics


11


9


-


8


1


-


81

MCom

16

15

-

15

-

-

94

Cultural Activities

1.

In college level competition Sreejith of 1
st

BSc Maths

was

selected as
C
hitraprathibha

2.

In the college level competition Kum Neethu of 1
st

BSc Chemistry
was
selected as
K
alathilakam

3.

In the college level competition Dhanoop of 1
st

MSc Chemistry

w
as
selected as
K
alaprathibha

4.

College secured 51 points and stood in 4
th

place
in
t
he A
-

Zone arts festival held at Govt.
College Chittoor

5.

Students of the Audio vis
ual
club
directed
a short Malayalam feature film in 2009 named
‘Untold’
,
a

story by P Pathmaraj
an.


6.

A film show was conducted in 2009. Four Iranian films of

Majeed Majeedi &
Maqbool
Buff
were

screen
ed
.



NCC

(Army Wing)

2008
-
2009



126 cadets
(90 boys and 36 g
irls) attended Annual Training C
amp.



40 cadets (28 boys a
nd 12 girls) attended combined Annual Training c
amp.



3 cadets

(Arjun P, Sreeraj, Ranjana)

attended National In
tegration C
amp at New Delhi.



4 cadets

(Suchithra, Sreenath, Nisha
nth, Shibin Joseph)

attended National Integration
C
amp at Kollam.



2 cadets

(Mohammed Asif, Sandya Anand)

attended trekking camp at Bihar.

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NCC (Nava
l Wing) 2008
-
2009



3 cadets (Sajad Saneeq, Ra
ji, Nabhan)
attended

Nau
-
S
ainik camp at Kollam.



Sajad Saneeq represented
Kerala

team in Nau
-
S
ainik camp at Vishakapattanam.



35 cadets attended combined Annual Training C
amp at Vengeri, Calicut.



25 cadets attended CAWATC at Mavoor Calicut.



Binoop attended
ship attachment camp at INS Dronacharya, Kochi.



Anees attended National Integration C
amp Kothamangalam.



Nabhan attended ship attachment camp at Bombay.



Jyothish and Anoop attended National Integration C
amp at West Bengal.



Biju attended trekking camp at I
ddukki.



ANO Lt. K. Gopalakrishnan attended Yatching
-
Regatta at INS Chilka, Orissa.

Sports 2008
-
2009



Anooj R, Sundaran P, Hanees P and Nithin P Abraham represented Calicut University for
A
ll India Inter University Championship.



Sundaran P stood first in the

Calicut University marathon race.



Nithin P Abraham secured first place in the state 400mtr hurd
les and won third place in
the A
ll India South Zone Championship.



Rashid E.P secured third place in the state 400mtrs and 110mtrs hurdles.



Sundharan P secured
second place in the cross country championship in university.



Sundaran P represented Calicut university cross country team for the
A
ll India inter
university cross country championship held at Amritsar.



Biju E and Mohammed Reaz K K won second pri
z
es in the

state judo championship in
their respective weight category.



Sajid C represented Palakkad district food ball team and the team secured second place in
the state championship.



Four students got placement in different institution
s

under sports quota.



Judo t
eam secured runner
up
position in the university inter zone championship.



Wrestling team secured runner up position in the Calicut university inter zone
championship
.

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Wrestling team secured runner up position in the Palakkad district wrestling
championship
.



Athletic team secured fourth position in the Calicut university athletic meet.



Cross country team secured third place in the Calicut university inter zone cross country
championship
.



College foo
t
ball team secured third place in the c zone tournament
.



UG Results 2006
-
2009


Course

No: Students
Appeared

No:
Students
Passed


Distinction


I
class


II
class


III
class


Percent
of Pass

BA Economics

39

32


15

16

1

82

BA History

4
8

42

-

1
2

1
0


20

87.5

BA Arabic &
Islamic History


39


39


-


18


16


5


100

BSc Maths

19

1
7


15

2


89.4

BSc Physics

25

22


19

3

-

88

BSc Chemistry


2
3


21




1
7


3


1


91.3

BSc Botany

22

20


18

2

-

91

BCom

4
6

3
2

-

2
4

8

-

70

BBA

34

34


32

2

-

100



PG Results 2007
-
2009


Course

No:
Students
Appeared

No:
Students
Passed


Disti
nction


I
class


II
Class


III
Class


Percent
of Pass

MSc Physics

10

8


8

-

-

80

MSc Chemistry


10


8




8


-


-


80

MSc Maths


14


13




12


1


-


93

MA History


13


13


-


9


3


-


100

MA
Economics

18

15


10

5

-

83.3

MCom

19

13

-

13

-

-

68
.4



Uni
versity Rank:

Bharathy.K.K 11nd Rank M.A Economics

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NCC (Army Wing) 2009
-
2010



145 cadets (107 boys and 38 girls) attended
Annual Training C
amp.



41 cadets (32 boys
and 9 girls) attended combined Annual Training C
amp.



Saranya attende
d special Natio
nal Integration C
amp at Andaman and Nikobar.



3 cadets (Basil Rahman, Suni
l Sebastian, Jisha C) attended National Integration C
amp at
Alapuzha.



2 cadets (Rajitha P R, Anjali M S) attended trekking camp at Sikkim.



Stephi attended trekking camp at Nilgiri.



Al
i Akbar attended Basic Leadership C
amp at Maharastra.



5 old cadets got selection in Defence Force.



6 cadets
got
selected to special guard of the unit.

NCC (Nava
l Wing) 2009
-
2010



Fathimath Suhara participated in Nau
-
Sainik camp at Vishakapathanam in Nov 200
9.



Fathimath Suhara attended the Republic Day Yatchin
-
Regatta at INS Chilkka, Orissa in
Nov 2009.



Anoop Achuthan attended National Integration Camp at Kohima, Nagaland.



Bashil P T attended National integration Camp at Kollam.



Prajitha A P attended National

Integration camp at Madhya Pradesh.



25 cadets attended annual training camp at Mavoor, Calicut .



22 cadets attended swimming camp at Kannur.



Mohammed Shanfeer P K and Illyas Ibrahim attended inter group competition for
Republic Day Camp.



5 cadets (Al Amee
n Sad, Girish, Subeesh, Sajad Saneeq, Faizal) attended ocean sailing
named “Samudrika” from Calicut to Ezhimala.



3 cadets (Faizal, Girish and Fathimath Suhara) participated in Pre Nau
-
Sainik and boat
pulling inter group competition at Kollam.

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21 cadets pas
sed B certificate examination and 17 cadets passed C certificate
examination.

Sports 2009
-
2010



College Athletic team w
on

the fourth position in the inter
-
zone, Calicut University
Athletic meet.



Two students of our College represented Calicut University for

the All India Inter
University Meet held at Madras and Sudeep M P secured third place in Triple jump in the
meet.



Cross
-
country team consisting of nine members secured runner
-
up place in the Calicut
University cross
-
country championship and two students
w
ere
selected to represent
University for the All India Inter University meet held at Kottayam.



Athletic team secured
various
places in the district and state Athletic meet.



College wrestling team secured championship in the Calicut University Inter Zone
wr
estling championship.



College Judo team secured runner up position in the Calicut University Inter Zone Judo
championship.



Biju.E
represented Kerala state for the National Judo championship held at Orissa.



College tug
-
of
-
war team represented Kerala for the

national tug
-
of
-
war championship
held at Agra.



College foo
t
ball team secured runner up in C Zone Championship.



College cricket team secured thi
rd place in the C Zone Champion
ship.

36.

Activities of Guidance and Counsel
l
ing Units
:

The teachers of different de
partments take keen interest in the guiding, counse
l
ling and
mentoring services. The students get personal attention from the teachers in their academic and
c
urricular programmes. The centre
try their level best to cultivate the need for a steadfast
purpos
e, unqu
enchable desire and indomitable courage among the students to achieve their
future ambitions.




During 2008
-
2010
the college
conducted the following seminars.



A seminar on female f
o
eticide conducted on 4
th

Aug 2008.

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A seminar on Communicativ
e English conducted on 25
th

September 2008.



A seminar on “Natural Life” was conducted by Dr Jacob Wadakkanchery.



A legal awareness class was conducted in association with Taluk Legal Service on 28
th

Oct 2009.



A seminar on Conservation of Nature conducted o
n 10
th

Dec 2009.

37.

Placement Services provided to students
:

The placement cell is functioning in the college to provide job opportunity to the students after
their studies.
T
he
companies
and the organizations have shown

little interest in the recruitment

bec
ause of the global economic crisis, it adversely affected the smooth working of the cell.
Even
then two firms
-

Apex Pharma and Eureka Forbes conducted placement drive in the campus
.

UGC has sanction
ed

a grant of 75 lakhs for various schemes in
XI
th

plan
. T
he fund can be
utilized for

starting NET/SET coaching cent
e
r, network resource cent
e
r
, coaching for entry into
service, career

and counseling center, women study center and remedial coaching for SC/ST and
minority students.


38.

Development pr
ogrammes
for Non
-
teaching staff:

The college has implemented various programmes to enable the staff to function more
effectively. Placements are made on the basis of seniority as well as efficiency. Employees need
training in advanced skills related to their works.

In this regard college provided computer
training to the staff. As part of the ban imposed by the Govt. of Keral
a no regular non
-
teaching
staff

were appointed during this years. Institution appointed supporting staff to carry out the
activities of the co
llege as well as the computer training programmes and other service
programmes conducted by the university
.


39.

Healthy Practices of the institution
:

A detailed academic calendar is provided to all the students which contains informations
regarding rules, sch
olarship, examinations etc


The following are some of the various activities carried out by the college



Remedial coaching for weak students



A well functioning tutorial system

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Frequent parent
-
teachers meeting



Financial assistance to economically

weak students



Well functioning forums for community service



Coaching for Spoken English



Distribution of Ramadan Kit during Ramadan season



Conducting quiz competition for the near by high school and higher secondary students



Free text books were provided

to poor students



Library facilities made available to the general public

40. Linkages d
evelop
ed

with National/ International
,

Academic/ Research Bodies
-

Nil

41. Any other relevant information the institution wishes to add
:



A well functioning employees c
ooperative society for the benefit of the staff and
students



Social work and co curricular activities were implemented with the help of different
forums and clubs



Institution offers a number of scholarships to outstanding students



Financial supp
ort to economically
backward students



Management have undertaken many intra structural and developmental activities.
Foundation stone was laid for an Educational complex by Dr Fasal Gafoor, MES
President on 20
th

Jan 2009. It has been decided to construct
an auditorium, students
center and physical education complex



A project cell has constituted to recommend and monitor developmental activities



Internet broadband facilities is provided in the computer center and internet facilities are
provided in Departme
nts



Automation of library is completed



Automation of most of the section

i
n the office were also completed



Drinking water facility is provided in the library



Physical Education Dept started Gymnasium



LCD and laptop facilities were made available in t
he seminar hall


43




Extension Activities

The extension center attached to various dept renders valuable service to meet the

needs of
public by making use of the laboratory facilities and the technical skills



The extension center of physics dept produces

electronic chokes



Botany dept gives
training in mushroom cultivation, vermi compost and cultivation of
medicinal plants



In chemistry dept the extension being “Welch
e
m
” under took the analysis of rubber latex
to determine its DRC content. This will help
the local farmers to get the best price for
their crops



Students are trained to produce soap using coconut oil



English dept conducted Spoken English course



History dept maintained an archaeological museum



Arabic dept undertook the job of translating in
documents in Arabic like visa for those
seeking employment in abroad



Mathematics dept conducted quiz competition “Aryabhateeyam” for high school and
higher secondary student
s.




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PART C:

Detail

the p
lans of the i
nstitution for the next year



To start

an English Club in order to inculcate literary taste and talent among students.



To conduct Seminars by eminent faculties with a view to help the students to have a high
degree of proficiency in English and to improve the communication skills of the studen
ts.



Continue spoken English classes more effectively for the students to enhance their
communication skills and proficiency in English.



Give more opportunity for the students to use the language lab to improve the language
skills especially to correct the
pronunciation.



Installation of Hindi software in the computer of the department.



Hindi Department planned to celebrate Hindi Divas on every September 14



Conduct certificate and Diploma courses in Music and Dance in collaboration with
Sangeetha Nataka Ac
ademy. It is proposed to conduct a series of seminars in connection
with Birth day celebrations of great poets like Vilopilly Sreedhara Menon,
Changampuzha and Edassery .



To provide computer lab and free accessibility to internet to all UG and PG students
as
per the requirement of the Choice based Credit and Semester System



To build up department libraries in order to cater to the immediate reference needs of
teachers and PG students



To conduct seminars and workshops which deal with a new trends and scopes
of research
in different subjects to promote and inspire the fresh faculty members as well as PG
students to undertake Research Programmes.



It is proposed to conduct a series of National level seminars of National and International
importance



To conduct N
ET coaching classes (regularly) to produce more NET qualified students.



To conduct job oriented courses related to competitive examinations so that more
students of Mannarkkad area can avail this opportunity to appear in the forth coming
competitive examin
ation/tests with confidence

45




Thrust will be given to boost the activities of Alumini of the Departments and the college
alumni to conduct various curricular and extra curricular programmes.



It is intended to give a rigorous soft skill training to UG studen
ts at all levels to equip
them to meet the growing market demand .This includes training for interviews ,group
discussions ,pubic speaking and personality development



To provide digital library facility to all students



To conduct exhibitions for higher
secondary students in order to motivate them in to the
fascinating world of science.



Procure advanced and effective teaching aids to enhance the effectiveness of teaching
learning process.



Help to protect the ecology of the area by providing environmental
studies to the society.



Create awareness among
the farmers of the area about the uncontrolled and excess use of
pesticides, fungicides and weed killers



Create awareness among the general public and students about the effective management
of both plastic an
d non plastic wastes.



Implementation of
green campus clean campus

project in the college.



Expand the extension activities like DRC determination of rubber latex, Water analysis,
soil testing, soap manufacturing fertilizer analysis, so as to build a public
relation with the
surrounding people, planters and farmers.



Large scale rain water harvest project in association with management of the college so
as to meet the entire water needs of the college throughout the year.



Start a research centre under the guid
e ship of Dr.K.K.AbduRahiman &
Dr.A.K.Mumthaz.



Applied for minor research project on “Ethno botanical aspects, food habits and
immunology conditions of Tribes of Attappadi”.



Continuation of extension activities like mushroom cultivation, vermi composting,

Azolla
culture and growing medicinal plants in the Herbal Garden.



Identification and labe
l
ling of all plants in the college campus and documentation of the
same.



Nature study camps under the auspices of Silent Valley Nature club.

46




Environmental awareness p
rogrammes including competitions and seminars under the
Bhoomithrasena Club.



Proposal for Audio
-

Video archives for Political Science events.



To conduct workshop for teachers to equip them in quantitative techniques in economics
with stress on econometrics

and mathematical economics.



To set up a modern gymnasium.



A permanent Yoga Centre for the benefits of the staff and students of the college.



A separate library for the department of Physical Education.



An indoor stadium for the department is a future plan
.



A basket ball court and facilities to play table tennis is one of the agenda of the
Department of Physical Education to be fulfilled within five years.



Completion of college auditorium



Construction of a new Air condition Seminar Hall



Renovation of Depa
rtments



Beautification of college garden & premises



Construction of separate site for NCC
, NSS, Vanitha Vedi, Co
-
operative store, etc



Construction of girls


Hostel.



Complete automation of college office.



Site Creation and web publication of the coll
ege



Constructive utilization of different clubs and organization
s

like NSS & NCC in serving
the society. Help to preserve and recapture the past royalty of Silent Valley.




Name and Signature of the Coordinator, IQAC


Name and Signature of t
he Chairperson, IQAC






“It’s not how much we give, but how much love we put into giving



-
Mother Teresa