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					M.E.S. ASMABI COLLEGE
               Established in 1968
         Affiliated to Calicut University
   Accredited by NAAC at the B+ Level in 2004




            P.Vemballur.P.O, Kodungallur
      Thrissur Dist., Kerala, Pin- 680 671
          Ph: 0480-2850596, 2851171
      Principal (Personal): 0480-2859032
               Fax: 0480 2859032
   e-mail:principal_mes_asmabi@yahoo.co.in
          Website:www.mesasmabi.org




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                                FOREWORD
      21st century education, especially higher education has a multi-
dimensional relevance by way of adaptation of knowledge in to technology,
significant relationship between knowledge and economy and achievement of
quality and excellence. The educational institutions have widened scope in
their goals and are compelled to reconcile the knowledge age with the global
as well as local aspects. A new educational model in being formulated which
concentrate more on the growth and economic development of the Indian
society     with   particular   reference       to   the   local   and   environmental
developments.
      The IQAC report of MES Asmabi College for the year 2007-08 actively
reflects the above goals and objectives. The multi faced development like the
commissioning of additional computer lab, new tissue culture lab, green
house, new commerce block etc are a few to mention specifically. More than
half- a dozen staff members are fully involved in research works for PhD. The
on going research project of staff members, student project works, training
in research centers, social service and relief works of NCC and NSS units etc
make the institutions fully alive to attain changes as per prevailing socio-
economic needs of the community. The certificate courses in Spoken Arabic
and MLT on add on basis provide value addition to the existing programmes.
      I thank God Almighty for the blessings showered upon this institution
in its march towards quality upgradation and excellence.




Prof. P.K Yaqoob
Principal




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The Annual Quality Assurance Report (AQAR) of the IQAC
Name of the Institution: MES Asmabi College, P Vemabllur

Year of the report     : 2007-08

INTRODUCTION

          MES Asmabi College, started in 1968, a pioneer institution managed by

Muslim Educational Society, Calicut, acts as a centre of growth and advancement of

the stake holders at P.Vemballur village, Kodungallur, a remote coastal backward

village. The main objective of the college is the empowerment of the downtrodden

and backward classes, especially Muslims. The Women education is it‟s another

priority. It strives for the promotion of Secularism and Democracy. Our mission also

comprises the moral uplift of its stakeholders through religious belief and faith in

God. In order to translate this vision into action, the college offers liberal education

to all especially to women and financially poor and inspire them to become useful

citizens of a free and just society. The college gives great emphasis to the imparting

of sound learning, building character, moral uplift and the spread of truth and

knowledge of God. The college is surging ahead with challenging educational

programmes that would fulfill the dreams of its visionaries. Presently the institution

is going ahead with bolder programmes by introducing non conventional courses like

B.Sc. Aquaculture, B.Sc. Biophysics and M.Sc. Plant Science.




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NAAC Accreditation

          The academic year 2004-05 has been a turning point in the history of MES
Asmabi College. The NAAC team visited the institution on two days-16 and 17,
August 2004. The team consisted of Prof.M.M.Salunkhe, Vice Chancellor, Sivaji
University, Kolhapur, as Chairperson; Prof.Raja Muthirulandi, Director, Center for
Communication Studies & Center for Human Rights Education, Periyar EVR
College (autonomous), Thiruchirapalli and Prof. K. Eresi, Dept. of Commerce,
Center College Campus, Bangalore University, Bangalore, as members, visited the
institution to validate the SSR along with Dr. Jagannath Patil, Deputy Advisor,
NAAC, was the NAAC Coordinator. The two days of visit was a glorious and
remarkable experience to the students, staff members and management of the
institution. Drastic changes in the academic and administrative level took place as a
consequence of the NAAC Peer Team visit. The institution was graded at B+ level
and the certificate was issued on 16 September 2004.
Establishment of IQAC
          IQAC was established after the visit of the NAAC peer team and is playing
a vital role in decision making and implementation of all the activities regarding
academic and infrastructure development.
Basic purpose of the IQAC
   a. To ensure continuous improvement in the entire operations of the institution.
   b. To assure stake holders connected with higher education- namely, students,
      parents, teachers, staff, would-be employers, funding agencies and society in
      general- of the accountability of the institution for its own quality and probity.
The IQAC will evolve mechanisms and procedures for ensuring the following:
   a. Timely efficient and progressive performance of academic, administrative and
      financial tasks.
   b. The relevance and quality of academic and research programmes
   c. Equitable access to and affordability of academic programmes for various
      sections of society.
   d. Optimization and integration of modern methods of teaching and learning.



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  e. The credibility of evaluation procedures.
  f. The adequacy, maintenance and proper allocation of support structure and
     services.
  g. Research sharing and networking with other institutions in India and abroad.
Other Functions of IQAC
   Monitoring on the finish of portions in all classes during the end of last
     academic year.
   Feed back collected at random from the students of different classes for
     evaluating the performance of teachers including guest lectures.
   The report on consolidated feed back will be discussed with the teachers
     concerned so as to correct the weak areas in teaching.
   Collect teaching plan from all teachers. Evaluation of the teaching plan to find
     whether the portions are finished in time at the end of each term.
   Class PTA conducted for all classes. The presence of the guardians is made
     compulsory so as to discuss the progress of their wards and to take corrective
     measures for the deficiencies, if any. In addition to class tests terminal and
     model examinations are conducted; the marks obtained by the students are
     discussed with the guardians at the time of class PTA.
   Year- wise performance and progress of the students are clearly documented
     in the Bio-data book. The class tutors check the data periodically. Random
     checking is also done by the Principal and remarks are given.
   Academically backward students are specially monitored and reported to the
     Principal and proper counseling will be given along with the guardians
     concerned.
   Department- wise meeting are held periodically to discuss the performance.
   University examination results are analysed in the general staff meeting and
     staff council.




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Composition of IQAC

Chair person                 Prof. P.K.Yaqoob (Principal)
Members                      Sri.P.J Polachachan (HOD Chemistry)
                             Sri.K.J George (Dept. of Botany)
                             Smt.Bindu Jamal (Dept. of English)
                             Dr.C.A.Ignatius (HOD Aquaculture)
                             Dr.Harikumaran Thampi (HOD in charge, Biophysics)
                             Smt. Sophy Jacob (HOD Statistics)
                             Smt. V.K Savithri (Secretary, PTA)
                             Sri.K.P.Sumedhan–Secretary,AlumniAssociation
Management representatives   Sri.K.K Kunjumoideen
                             (Secretary and Correspondent, College Committee)
                             Sri. P. K Muhamed Shameer (Treasurer)
Members from society         i) Vice president – PTA (ex-officio)
                             ii) President – Alumni Association (ex-officio)
Other members                i) Sri.K.M.Abdul Nassar (Librarian)
                             ii) Sri. Mohamed Ayyoob (Jr.Supdt.)
Co-ordinator                 LT.V.S.Jayan




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Part A:
          The plan of action chalked out by the IQAC in the beginning of the
   year towards quality enhancement and the outcome achieved by the end of
   the year.
1) Promotion of research
          We give priority to the research work of the faculty. We always try to get
 maximum number of MRP‟s and FDP‟s. Part time research is also encouraged. The
 details of research projects, FDP and part time research scholars are given
 hereunder.
          Research Project
           Smt. Asma V M, Dept. of Botany:
               UGC – Minor Research Project
               Period of Project: 2007-2009
               Title – Phyto remediation – A study based on an aromatic plant –
               Vetivera zizanoids
               Work started: June2007
               Completed the experimental part of the work.
          Research Programmes under FDP
           K Kesavan, Department of Aquaculture:
               PhD programme
               Topic: Toxicant Induced Antioxidant Activity in Oreochromis
               Mossambicus
               Research Centre: Department of Marine Biology, CUSAT
               Guide: Dr. N.R. Menon
           K J George, Department of Botany:
               PhD programme.
               Topic:   Studies on Metal Ion Absorption (Ca + Hg) by Certain
               Members of Poaceae and the Cation Exchange Capacity of Their
               Roots.
               Guide: Dr. T.G. Ray, Dept. of Botany, S.B.College
               Research Centre: S.B. College Changanacherry


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          K.K. Vaheeda, Department of Botany:
             PhD programme
            Topic: Ecological Studies on the Brackish Waters of Kodungallur Area,
            Kerala
            Research Centre: U.C.College, M.G.University
            Guide: Dr. Thara K. Simon
         Part-time Research works for PhD
          K P Sumedhan, Department of Commerce:
             80% of the Research work completed.
            Topic: Pressure in Buying Consumer Durables – A study with the
            reference to Kerala.
            Guide: Dr. K.C. Sankara Narayanan
            Research Centre: CUSAT
          P.K.Yaqoob (Principal) Department of Economics:
             75% of the research work completed
            Topic: Case for Interest Free Financial Institutions in Kerala
            Guide: Dr. K.C. Sankara Narayanan
            Research Centre: CUSAT
          Amitha Bachan K H, Department of Botany:
            Topic: Riparian Flora of the chalakudy River Basin and its Ecological
            Significance.
            Guide: Dr. A.K. Pradeep, Department of Botany, University of Calicut.
            Research Centre: Department of Botany, Calicut University.
2) Progression to higher education (Details provided)
       a. PG in same institution        :26
       b. PG in other institution       :42
       c. B.Ed.                         :30
       d. Computer courses              :33
       e. M B A                         :18
       f. M C A                         :5
       g. Other courses                 :27


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3) Progression to employment (Details provided)
       a. Employment abroad              :11
       b. Teaching                       :8
       c. Government job                 :4
       d. Self employment                :2
       e. Employed in private firms      :7
       f. Others                         :5
4) Promotion of secularism communal amity and democracy
          In spite of the fact that the college is a Muslim minority institution, it
 caters to the need of all communities around. We celebrate the national festivals
 like Onam, Christmas, Eid etc collectively. Every year the college union members
 are elected through secret ballot. The union also functions in a democratic and
 secular manner. The students are well versed with organizational capacity and
 talent. The statutory bodies like staff council and PTA, and other academic and
 non-academic bodies are also formulated in a democratic way. During the year
 2006-2007 we conducted a certificate course in Human Rights and Duties in
 Education with UGC assistance.
5) Moral uplift & faith in God
         We the staff members and the students are very particular in keeping with
 moral values. We conduct moral classes by religious leaders to the students and
 staff. Every year the programs are organized by the Counselling Centre of the
 college aiming at the uplift of moral and cultural values among students.
6) Special care to SC/ST students
         In addition to the individual attention given to the SC/ST students,
 following two programmes are functioning in our institution, exclusively for them.
          i. Remedial coaching classes to all SC/ST students
         ii. Entry level coaching to all SC/ST students
         Remedial coaching is conducted by teachers and other experts.
 Concentration is mainly given to subjects like Mathematics, English, Statistics and
 Accountancy. Both UG & PG students are benefited by this program.




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 We conduct entry level coaching classes at „b‟& „c‟ level. Students enrolled here
 are not much prospective for „A‟ level coaching. We have already given coaching
 classes for the following tests.
          1) V E O test conducted by Kerala PSC on 13-4-2007
          2) L D clerk test conducted by Kerala PSC on June 2007
          The classes are handled by experts who are highly professional in dealing
 with the programmes. The classes are highly useful to equip the candidates for
 appearing the competitive exams. There is also provision for candidates from
 outside the college to attend the program.
7) Emphasis on IT oriented development
          The year 2007-2008 witnessed drastic changes in the campus, as far as the
 facilities are concerned. A well equipped, fully furnished Computer Lab was
 inaugurated on 15th September 2007 by the Honorable Minister for Revenue,
 Adv. K P Rajendran. Apart from the full automation of the library and
 computerization of admission procedures, during the year 2005-2006 the following
 IT oriented developments are achieved in the college.
        i. Salary billing of TS & NTS
        ii. Computerisation of management account
 The total number of computer and accessories are
             Computers                   :     34
             Printers                    :     11
             Photocopier                 :     2
             LCD Projectors              :     2
             Laptop                      :     1




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8) Value added education
              Our computer centre runs the following certificate courses for the
 benefit of the existing students.
          1. MS - OFFICE + INTERNET
          2. TALLY
          3. C ++
          4. Diploma in Computer Application
          5. VISUAL BASIC 6.0
          6. PHOTOSHOP
          7. MS – OFFICE + TALLY
          8. MS OFFICE + DTP
          We charge comparatively lower fee from our students, than the students
 from outside. The certificates are issued by (MES IIT) associated by MES college
 of Engineering, Kuttippuram. Internet and D T P services are also available to the
 students at this centre.
          During the year 2006-07 we have been sanctioned the certificate/diploma
 courses namely (a) Medical Lab Technology (MLT) and (b) Spoken Arabic.The
 above courses started during the academic year 2007-08. The courses are
 sanctioned under the Career Oriented Programme (COP) of UGC during the 10th
 plan.
          We give atmost care for the promotion of moral values and ethics among
 students and staff members. We conduct moral classes by eminent personalities for
 the benefit of both staff and students. We were able to declare our campus as “Drug
 free campus”
              We have three non- conventional courses
              1. B.Sc Aquaculture
              2. B.Sc Biophysics
              3. M.Sc Plant Science
          The above courses are really supportive to our students, mainly for to the
 promotion of vocationalisation, specialization, research etc. These courses are
 interdisciplinary in nature and equip the students to meet the emerging challenges.


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9) Best practices for Quality Enhancement
             We convene the IQAC meetings periodically and take decisions on
 various academic improvement programmes. Matters like re orientation of tutorial
 systems , strengthening continuous evaluation ,enhancement of             IT oriented
 teaching, learning facilities, support of Audio Visual aids ,conduct of remedial and
 special coaching classes to slow learners etc are discussed . We also analyse
 periodically results of university exam and locate the flaws in teaching-learning
 process and take remedial measures. The whole teaching process is planned well in
 advance and executed effectively, monitored term wise and the short falls, if any
 are rectified through the conduct of special teaching/practical sessions. For the
 purpose of participatory learning, interactive teaching methods are widely used. By
 this method the passive learners are automatically activated. Student feed backs
 are collected in prescribed format. The findings are consolidated, analysed and
 confidentially discussed with the teachers concerned.
             With in the frame work of existing limitations of University &
 Government     setup;   we   try    to   introduce   non   conventional    innovative
 application oriented and skill based courses so as to suite the changing global
 scenario. Industrial and field visits for experiential and onsite learning are also
 arranged. Student centered learning practices are provided through projects,
 seminars, assignments and surveys. The PG as well as UG students are trained with
 research methodologies so as to equip and motivate them for future research
 promotion. PG students are scarcely entrusted to take coaching and remedial
 classes to SC/ST and minority students. This practice envisages the “earn while you
 learn” scheme through which they are paid for their service. Seminars, workshops
 and personality development sessions are arranged for the attainment of attitudinal
 changes of students and teachers.
             The college publications like students‟ magazine, calendar & hand
 book, pamphlets, brochures, news letters etc are intended to achieve maximum
 involvement of all the stakeholders in literary and cultural activities and
 prospective programmes of the institution.




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10) Student support
               The students are the back bone of the institution. Hence the existence
 of an institution is vested with support facilities provided to students. In the modern
 world, the students should be provided with opportunities in IT education,
 development of self confidence, character molding, employment prospects, leisure
 utilization etc. For the above, we introduced the following facilities:
       Proposed to install one additional computer lab in the new commerce
          block.
       Training is given for Internet browsing
       Residential camps arranged for the students for carrier counseling and
          personality development.
       Certificate courses in computer education on „add on basis‟ are provided to
          the existing students in our computer lab.
       Teaching aids such as language lab, LCD projectors, OHP‟s etc are
          utilized regularly.
       All the P G departments use their computers to student project work and
          other assignments.
       Entrepreneurship Development Club is functioning in the college which
          motivates students for self employment.
       As a part of the project, Commerce students are facilitated opportunities in
          neighboring banks to get trained in banking.
         „Tutor-ward system‟ is effectively functioning in the college which
          strengthens the relation ship between parents, students and teachers. The
          bio data of each student are recorded in the register kept by the class tutor
          and periodically updated with the relevant information regarding
          continuous evaluation, attendance and progress, campus discipline, extra
          curricular activities etc. Class PTA is conducted at least once in a year in
          which all the parents are supposed to attend compulsorily.




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         A grievance redressal cell is constituted in the college which has a three
          tier system of functioning- Dept. level, Principal level and University
          level.
         Legal awareness classes are organised by the legal cell of the college in
          collaboration with the Munsiff court of Kodungallur. This is specially
          benefited to create awareness among girl students about their legal rights.
         Various scholarships like merit scholarship by the management and PTA,
          SAF(Students Aid Fund) from special fee collection and by teachers,
          University Merit Scholarship, Harijan Welfare Scholarship and other
          government scholarships to fisher men and backward communities are
          annually distributed to a large section of students that play a great role to
          support their study period.
         Career guidance and counseling are given to students by utilizing the
          service of professionals in different areas concerned.
       The activities of the college union, like fine arts, sports, literary and
          cultural programmes are effectively organized by ensuring proper students
          participation in decision making.
11) Feed back mechanism
             For the purpose of effective evaluation of teaching process, we follow a
 systematic feed back mechanism. The relevant information on the evaluations of
 teachers by the students are collected personally by the Head of Institution himself
 by visiting the classes in random. The prescribed format of NAAC and another
 format prepared by the institution are used for the purpose. The Principal, after
 consolidating and analysing the feedback, the result is discussed with the teachers
 concerned. This system is very much helpful for the teachers to rectify the lacuna
 if any in any area of their teaching. All the teachers in this institution
 wholeheartedly appreciate the program and welcome the same as a method for
 orientation of their teaching. The feed back of campus experience of the students
 are collected in the format of the College from the outgoing students at random.
 This information is utilized by the management for making necessary
 improvements in the campus. We also collect relevant information from academic


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 peers like our own teachers, P T A representatives, prominent alumni and
 university & Government officials about the working of the college through
 personal interaction and other type of communication. This also helps us to achieve
 excellence academically and other wise.
12) Participatory learning (student centered learning)
             We are in the stage of step by step introduction of participatory
 learning. With the aim of shifting from traditional chalk and talk method of
 teaching, the innovative programmes like field visits, training programs,
 experiential learning, collaborative learning with neighboring fish culture centers,
 projects & surveys, classroom seminars etc are introduced in our teaching method.
 As a result, the students are widely relieved from the traditional monotonous class
 room teaching.
             The programmes are also intended to develop a research culture among
 PG as well as UG students. The use of audio visual aids like OHP, LCD projectors
 and the PowerPoint presentations also help the students and teaching community to
 make the teaching learning process more attractive. The students are encouraged to
 prepare CD‟s for project/ topic presentation in seminars. The commerce students,
 both UG and PG get training in commercial and co-operative banks. The B.Sc.
 aquaculture students get one month training from Central Institute of Fisheries
 Technology (CIFT) as a routine program of their curriculum. Visit of hatcheries
 and fish ponds equip them to professionalize their learning. Bio physics students
 get routine training from the nearest hospitals for pathological and diagnostic
 techniques. The M.Sc plant science students are usually involved with the practice
 of preparation of coir-pith manure, mushroom cultivation and tissue culture.
 Collection and growing of herbal specious by our students and staff of the
 department of Botany facilitated for the establishment of a well set green house and
 medicinal garden in the campus.
13) Use of ICT
             For the purpose of leading the present generation as per the global
 needs, the teaching and learning process should be stream lined in a competitive
 way. For effective teaching and learning the use of ICT is very important. The ICT


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 oriented teaching, enhance the teaching capabilities of the teachers. The students
 are highly rationalized if they experience the learning process through ICT.
             We in Asmabi College, use the AV aids in a wide scale. Approximately
 almost 20% of our teaching learning process is associated with AV aids. The PG
 departments like departments of Botany, Commerce and English are in the
 forefront of ICT enabled teaching. We have two LCD projectors, 2 OHP‟s and a
 full fledged language lab. We have two computer labs equipped with 24 computers
 and printers. At present we are having internet connectivity in one computer lab,
 office and library. Due to the rural set up, broad band internet connectivity is not
 available from any agency. We expect the availability of broadband internet
 connection in the near future, so that we will be able to make our ICT oriented
 teaching learning process more effective and interesting. As a part of their project
 work, our students are encouraged to prepare and use the slides and transparencies.
 They are also given proper training for the preparation and use of power point
 presentation. All these provide more and more involvement of students in ICT
 oriented teaching learning process.
14) Need Based Programmes
             Globalisation and technological developments paved way for
  formulating a new educational model. Educational scenario has under gone severe
  changes to suit for the development of locality as well as environment. “Colleges
  for the locality” is the new slogan of the day. MES Asmabi College is marching
  ahead with its programmes to fulfill its goals and objectives by way of
  introducing new programmes. We already have the non-conventional courses like
  BSc. Aquaculture, BSc. Biophysics and MSc. Plant Science- all of this suited to
  the local needs and development of the locality and environment. The Certificate
  courses like Medical Laboratory Technology (MLT) and Computer Application
  equip the students to compete successfully in the job markets.




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Part B:
 1. Activities reflecting the goals and objectives of the institution:
  The institution is surging ahead with its clear-cut vision and mission.
  Major goals and objectives are:
           Empowerment of downtrodden and backward classes
           Education for the women

           Promotion of secularism, communal amity and democracy

           Moral uplift and trust in God

           Special care to SC/ST students

           Emphasis on IT oriented development

           Value added education

           Promotion of research

           Best practices for quality enhancement

           Student support system

           Efficacious student feed back system

           Participatory learning

           Use of ICT for effective teaching and learning

           Starting Innovative programs

           Training for non teaching staff

           Community oriented development programs

           Need based programs

           Counseling, career guidance and placement programs

           Health Club & medical checkup

           Arts, Cultural and literary activities

           Sports, games and fitness programs

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2. New academic programmes initiated (UG and PG):
  Carrier Oriented Programme in Spoken Arabic (UGC Aided)
  Carrier Oriented Programme in Medical Laboratory Technician (UGC Aided)
  Other certificate courses conducted
    1) MS – OFFICE
    2) MS - OFFICE + INTERNET
    3) TALLY
    4) C ++
    5) C – PROGRAMMING
    6) Diploma in Computer Application
    7) VISUAL BASIC 6.0
    8) PHOTOSHOP
    9) MS – OFFICE + TALLY
   10) MS OFFICE + DTP
3. Innovations in curricular design and transaction:
           The innovation in curriculum design is not at all the function of an
  affiliated college like ours. Since the University is making necessary periodic
  changes in curriculum and syllabus, the freedom of affiliated colleges in this
  matter is meager. But still the teachers who are members in the various Boards
  of Studies of the University play an important role in curriculum design. At
  present there are 12 members in the board of studies of the university. A few
  other members of the faculty serve in other academic bodies too.
          Sri. P K Yaqoob (Principal); member- SENATE, University of
              Calicut
          Mrs. P. Ramani Kumari; member,           Linnological Association of
              Kerala
          Smt.B.Sohara Beevi; BOS (P.G. Plant Science), University of Calicut
              and member of Limnological Association of Kerala
          Smt.K.K.Vaheeda; BOS (P.G. Plant Science), University of Calicut
          Dr. V.M. Asma; member, Limnological Association of Kerala and
              Life member- Marine Biological Association of India


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          Smt. P M Khadija Beevi; member- Kerala Mathematical Association.
          Smt. V Shailaja; member- Kerala Mathematical Association
          Smt.Sophy Jacob; BOS (Statistics), University of Calicut and Life
            member of Kerala Statistical Association.
          Sri.K.P.Sumedhan; BOS (Commerce), University of Kannur
          Sri.K.M.Ahamed; BOS (Commerce), University of Calicut
          Dr. Ignatius C A is a life member of Marine Biological Association
            of India and the member of BOS (Aquaculture), University of Calicut
          Sri..K.Kesavan;    BOS (Aquaculture), University of Calicut and
            member of Society of Marine Biologists(CUSAT)
          Mr. Shibu A Nair: member of Faculty of Science and BOS in
            Aquaculture, University of Calicut.
          Sri.U.Aboobacker; BOS (Economics), University of Calicut
4. Interdisciplinary programmes started:
          B.Sc. Aquaculture, B.Sc. Biophysics and M.Sc. Plant Science are the
  latest courses that are interdisciplinary in several respects. Biophysics,
  Biochemistry, Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, Computer application and
  Biostatistics are the course content of B.Sc. Biophysics. Marine and Inland
  fisheries, Fish processing technology, Biostatistics, Biochemistry, Computer
  application and Zoology are various topics in B.Sc. Aquaculture. Apart from the
  core subject Botany, M.Sc. Plant science has the other subjects like
  Biochemistry, Biophysics, Immune- techniques etc.
5. Examination reforms implemented:
          Examination reforms are implemented by the affiliating university
  when and where it is necessary and the College by itself, has no freedom to
  implement any reforms in the existing examination system. Suggestions
  regarding changes are communicated to the University through the members of
  Board of Studies and the members of other Academic Bodies.




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6. Candidates qualified: NET/SLET/GATE Etc.
            Following students qualified the State Eligibility Test (SET) and NET.
  We are providing the figures as per the available information collected by us
  and the actual figures may be more.
                      STUDENTS QUALIFIED NET / S E T
     Sl.No. Name                             Class
        1     Satheesh (SET)                 Botany
        2     Praseetha (SET)                Botany
        3     Priyanka (SET)                 Botany
        4     Kalam (SET)                    Botany
        5     Soudath (SET)                  Botany
        6     Noorjahan (SET)                Botany
        7     Femi K Haneef (SET)            Botany
        8     Sathar (SET)                   Botony
        9     Deepa K (NET)                  Commerce
       10     Laxmi Kaimal (NET)             Commerce
       11     Preetha M (NET)                Commerce
       12     Suchitra (NET & SET)           Commerce


7. Initiatives towards Faculty Development Programme:
            The Management is very keen in motivating the faculty to accept
 Faculty Development Programmes for their M.Phil and PhD work. No case of
 FDP is pending due to non- sanctioning by the management. Smt.V R
 Jayalakshmi- Department of Malayalam and Sri. K Kesavan- Department of
 Aquaculture were at the finishing stage of their PhD work by availing FDP.
       Research Programmes under FDP
        V R Jayalakshmi, Department of Malayalam:
            Completed the FIP granted to her for doing Ph.D.
            Topic: Art of Narration of Uroob
            Guide: Dr. K.N. Balakrishnan
            Research Centre: Sree Kerala Varma College, Thrissur

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        K Kesavan, Department of Aquaculture:
          PhD programme
          Topic: Toxicant Induced Antioxidant Activity in Oreochromis
          Mossambicus
          Research Centre: Department of Marine Biology, CUSAT
          Guide: Dr. N.R. Menon
        K J George, Department of Botany:
          PhD programme.
          Topic:   Studies on Metal Ion Absorption (Ca + Hg) by Certain
          Members of Poaceae and the Cation Exchange Capacity of Their
          Roots.
          Guide: Dr. T.G. Ray, Dept. of Botany, S.B.College.
          Research Centre: S.B. College Changanacherry
        K.K. Vaheeda, Department of Botany:
          PhD programme
          Topic: Ecological Studies on the Brackish Waters of Kodungallur Area,
          Kerala
          Research Centre: U.C.College, M.G.University
          Guide: Dr. Thara K. Simon
8. Total number of seminars / workshops conducted:

    The Social Welfare Board and Family Counseling Centre Kodungallur
      conducted a two day Workshop on “Pre Marital Counseling” in June 2007.
      The Workshop was mainly for PG students. Dr. M R Bhaskaran MD, Dr. M
      Mukundan (Psychologist), Prof. N N Gokuldas (Retired Prof.of Sree
      Krishna College, Guruvayoor), Sri. Bentily (Training Officer, CASP
      Rajagiri) and Adv. P D Viswambharan spoke on various subjects.
    On 9th October 2007, N.S.S. unit of this college organized a seminar on
      „Global Warming‟. Dr. S. Latha, River research Centre (R.R.C),
      Chalakkudy presented the topic.




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 In December 2007, a seminar on “How to Face Interview with Smile” was
   conducted. Mr.Zakir Hussain, Executive Director and Corporate Trainer
   engaged the sessions.
 A Seminar was organized by the College Science Forum on „Science for
   the Welfare of Human‟ on 03- 01-2008. Dr.Harikumaran Thampy, Dept of
   Biochemistry presented the topic.
 „En-Masse‟, a three day workshop and training to 3rd B Com students was
   conducted from 4th – 6th January 2008 by the Department of Commerce.
   Prof. Chakochan Njavallil (Marian College, Kuttikkanam) led the
   workshop.
 The Department of Commerce conducted a two day workshop „Juxtapose‟
   from 12-14 January 2008. Prof. Chakochan Njavallil (Marian College,
   Kuttikkanam) led the workshop.
 The Department of English conducted a Seminar on „Modernisation in
   Visual Arts and Literature‟ on 23rd January 2008. Prof.C S Jayaram
   (Retired Professor, Sacred Heart College, Thevara) presented the topic.
 The Department of English conducted a Workshop on „UGC NET/JRF
   Practice Programme‟ on 24th January 2008. Smt. Kalyani Vallath, Principal
   of Vallath‟s TES (Total English Solutions Institution), Thiruvananthapuram
   led the workshop.
 January 31, 2008 – Seminar on “Selfish Gene” by Dr. P N Ganesh, Sree
   Krishna College, Guruvayoor, conducted by Dept. of Botany.
 On 4th February 2008, a Seminar on “Rationality in India – A paradigm
   shift” by Dr. Rajagopalan Nair, Head of Department of Commerce &
   Research Centre, St. Albert‟s College, Ernakulam, conducted by the Dept.
   of Commerce.
 A one day Seminar on „Capture Fisheries‟ was organized by the Dept. of
   Aquaculture on 04.02.2008 and Mr. Babu.K.K, Project officer of
   Matsyafed, Thrissur was the resource person. His talk was more on the
   development in capture fisheries and role of Matsyafed in capture fisheries.
   The seminar was organized by the Dept. of Aquaculture.


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    The Department of Bio-Physics, on 6th February 2008 conducted a Seminar
       on “Scientific Temper” by Prof. George Thomas, Horticulture College,
       Mannuthy
    Organized a Seminar on “Puzzles in Mathematics” on 7th February2008, in
       connection with the inaugural function of the Mathematics Association.
       Prof.M K Chandran former HOD Department of Mathematics of Christ
       College Irinjalakuda was our chief guest. On the same day we formed a
       club namely “Puzzle Club”.
    Department of Economics conducted a workshop on „Interest Free
       Banking‟ on 12.02.2008. Prof. P.K.Yaqoob, Principal, MES Asmabi
       College led the workshop.
    A workshop on „Personality Development‟ was conducted on 14.02.08 for
       the final year students of BA English and Economics. Mr. Joshy Mathew,
       Manager, Corporetta, Kochi led the workshop.
    N.S.S. unit in association with Veterinary Department conducted one day
       Seminar for the farmers of the College premises on 22-02-2008. The topic
       was „Infertility on cattle‟. Classes were also held on “Udder swelling”, a
       cattle disease.
9. Research projects:
           a) Newly implemented:
            Smt. Asma V M, Dept. of Botany:
               UGC – Minor Research Project
               Order No: MRP(S)- 603 / 2007 (X Plan)
               KLCA 035 / UGC- SWRO
               Period of Project: 2007-2009
               Title – Phyto remediation – A study based on an aromatic plant –
               Vetivera
               zizanoids
               Amount allocated:              Rs.75000/-
               Released first installment:    Rs.52500/-
               Work started: June2007; Experimental part of the work completed.


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            b) Completed:
             Mr. K.J.George, Dept.of Botany:
               Total Outlay: 65,000/-
               Project Title: Relationship between Cation Exchange Capacity of
               the Roots and the Metal accumulation in certain wild grasses of
               coastal Kerala.
               Project completed and submitted the report and supportive to UGC.
             Sri.Pradeep Kumar, Dept.of Commerce:
               Topic: Marketing of Aquaculture Products
               Amount released: Rs. 25,000/-
             Sri. K M Ahamed,Dept. of Commerce:
               Topic: Critical Study of the Problems of Mat Weavers in
               Kodungallur Taluk
               Amount released: Rs. 25,000/-
10. Patents generated, if any:
    Nil
11. New collaborative research programmes:
    Nil
12. Research grants received from various agencies:
    Rs.75,000/- From U G C for Minor Research Projects.
13. Details of Research Scholars:
          Research Programmes under FDP
           K Kesavan, Department of Aquaculture:
             PhD programme
            Topic: Toxicant Induced Antioxidant Activity in Oreochromis
            Mossambicus
            Research Centre: Department of Marine Biology, CUSAT
            Guide: Dr. N.R. Menon




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 K J George, Department of Botany:
   PhD programme.
  Topic:   Studies on Metal Ion Absorption (Ca + Hg) by Certain
  Members of Poaceae and the Cation Exchange Capacity of Their
  Roots.
  Guide: Dr. T.G. Ray
  Research Centre: S.B. College Changanacherry
 K.K. Vaheeda, Department of Botany:
   PhD programme
  Topic: Ecological Studies on the Brackish Waters of Kodungallur Area,
  Kerala
  Research Centre: U.C.College, M.G.University
  Guide: Dr. Thara K. Simon
Part-time Research works for PhD
 K P Sumedhan, Department of Commerce:
   80% of the Research work completed.
  Topic: Pressure in Buying Consumer Durables – A study with the
  reference to Kerala.
  Guide: Dr. K.C. Sankara Narayanan
  Research Centre: CUSAT
 P.K.Yaqoob (Principal) Department of Economics:
   75% of the research work completed
  Topic: Case for Interest Free Financial Institutions in Kerala
  Guide: Dr. K.C. Sankara Narayanan
  Research Centre: CUSAT
 Amitha Bachan K H, Department of Botany:
  Topic: Riparian Flora of the Chalakudy River Basin and its Ecological
  Significance.
  Guide: Dr. A.K. Pradeep, Department of Botany, University of Calicut.
  Research Centre: Department of Botany, Calicut University.



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14. Criterion index of faculty members and impact factor
    Not applicable
15. Honors / Awards to the faculty
    Nil
16. Internal resources generated


       Sl.No.                             Details                        Amount

          1          College Development Fund                                11670

          2          PTA                                                    372330

          3          College property                                         6800

          4          Hostel Rent                                            194900

          5          Donation                                                 7500

          6          Alumni Association                                      21000

          7          Grant in aid from MES                                  738000

                     Total                                           1352200



17. Details     of    departments       getting     SAP,   COSIST/DST,    FIST,   etc.
 assistance/recognition
    Nil
18. Community services:
              Service of our institution reaches the local community by the various
  activities undertaken by NSS, NCC, CSS and the Red Ribbon Club
  Community Services of NSS:
   Distributed financial assistance to the poor students of G.M.L.P.S. Vecode
     on 20-06-2007
   N.S.S. Volunteers of the college with help of Health Department conducted
     awareness class and cleaning programme in the Ward No. II of S.N. Puram
     Grama Panchayath on 16-06-2007.


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 N.S.S. unit of this college organized Plastic eradication week from 2nd
   October 2007. Students prepared posters, conducted Essay competition and
   displayed posters in the Auditorium. The week concluded with a seminar on
   „Global Warming‟ by Dr. S. Latha, River research Centre (R.R.C),
   Chalakkudy on 9th October 2007.
 Conducted a Blood detection camp for 1st D C students on 20-11-2007.
 N.S.S. unit in association with Veterinary Department conducted one day
   Seminar on 22-02-2008 for the farmers of the College premises. The topic
   was „Infertility on cattle‟. Classes were also held on “Udder swelling”, a
   cattle disease.
Community services of NCC:
 NCC cadets used to donate blood to poor patients on request. During this
   year, 15 cadets donated blood to the needy on their request.
 Every year the unit observes Armed Forces Flag Day on 7th of December. A
   „Hundi Box‟ is provided by the NCC for making collection towards the
   fund. All the cadets contribute generously to the Ex-service men, who
   dedicated their lives to the Nation.
Community services of Compulsory Social Service (CSS):
        Various programmes have been organized with the vision of providing
students, a chance to mingle with the Society to learn to live together and to
solve social problems with scientific temper. They are listed here.
 During the days of epidemic fever in this part of Kodungallur, we have
   conducted one awareness programme among students on 9-10-2007, mainly
   through posters prepared by students, followed by a blood donation camp in
   association with Indian Medical Association, Kodungallur chapter.
 In order to provide exposure to students on Palliative Care, on 1-10-2007,
   we arranged a visit to the Pain and Palliative Care Unit (Alpha Pain Clinic)
   functioning at Edamuttom.
 An Awareness class on Drug addiction and smoking was conducted on 24-
   10-2007 for students and general public.



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   In October 2007 a Survey was conducted in Kodungallur Taluk Hospital to
      study the impact of fever in this part of Kodungallur.
   In association with Kerala Sastra Sahithya Parishath (K.S.S.P), a Peoples‟
      Science movement in Kerala, we have organized one exhibition during the
      first week of January 2008, focusing on the historic events of Keralas
      educational movements that gave a strong basement to Kerala‟s education.
   A Seminar was also organized in association with College Science Forum on
      „Science for the Welfare of Human‟ on 03- 01-2008.
  Other Community Services:
   The Social Welfare Board and Family Counseling Centre Kodungallur
      conducted a two day Workshop on “Pre Marital Counseling” in June 2007.
      The Workshop was mainly for PG students. Dr. M R Bhaskaran MD, Dr. M
      Mukundan (Psychologist), Prof. N N Gokuldas (Retired Prof.of Sree
      Krishna College, Guruvayoor), Sri. Bentily (Training Officer, CASP
      Rajagiri) and Adv. P D Viswambharan spoke on various subjects.
19. Teachers and officers newly recruited:
           Due to the ban on the appointment, guest lecturers are recruited
  depending upon the vacancy. Their service is terminated at the end of academic
  year.

     Sl.No. Name                                   Department
     1       BIBITHA.C.B                           Hindi
     2       SUMA.D                                Biophysics
     3       SALINI.T.S                            Commerce
     4       SEFIYA                                Commerce
     5       RAMLATH.K.A                           Commerce
     6       JABIN.T.H                             Computer Application
     7       SHINA.T.S                             Malayalam
     8       JAMSHEENA.C.B                         Aquaculture
     9       SMITHA.N                              English
     10      JEENA VEERUKUTTY                      English



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     11      K.G.SUMAN                           English
     12      SHIJI IBRAHIM                       English
     13      SHINI IBRAHIM                       English
     14      BUSHARA.A.M                         Botany
     15      FASILA.P.K                          Botany
     16      AMITHA BACHAN.K.H                   Botany
     17      ROOPA.D.PRABHU                      Mathematics
     18      AJITHA.K.R                          Economics


  Since the staff fixation pattern of non-teaching staff is pending, no appointment
  of non-teaching staff has been taken place.
20. Teaching non-teaching staff ratio: 56:26

    Permanent teachers     :38
    Guest lecturers        :18
    Non-teaching staff     :26
21. Improvements in the library services:

          In addition to the other facilities available in the central library, we
  introduced the Local Area Network (LAN) system in this academic year. LAN
  is a system consisting of one server and many clients. Through the server
  installed in the computer system of the librarian‟s cabin, the staff and students
  can access the stored information in the CPU provided in the library hall. Online
  Public Access Catalogue (OPAC), which becomes a popular source of
  bibliographic and cataloguing information via. Internet is also available in the
  library. As our library functions are automated and providing of more quality
  enhancement facilities, we aim at bringing all the students to the library and
  ensure its optimum usage.
22. New books/journals subscribed and their value:
  No. of books purchased              :559
  The amount spent                    :Rs.1,92,589/-




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  New Periodicals / Journals added to the library
  1. Sanctuary Asia
  2. Envis Kerala
  3. Bodhanam Fortnightly
  4. Manorama Health Magazine
  5. Sastra Gathi
  Total number of Periodicals / Journals subscribed :63
  Amount spent for Journals and Periodicals            :Rs.24038/-
23. Courses in which student assessment of teachers is introduced and the
 action taken on student feedback:
           Student assessment of teachers is done in all the departments. The
  academic monitoring committee evaluates the feedback collected from the
  students. Corrective measures are discussed in department meetings. The
  teachers concerned are informed of the result of the feedback. Feedback from
  parents is also collected during class PTA and on other occasions of parents
  visit. Significant suggestions of the feedback are selected, analysed and
  informed to different committees for implementation.
24. Unit cost of education:

       Sl.No       Head of Account      Total    Expenditure Total Expenditure
                                        including salary. Rs.   without salary.Rs.

       1           Management           25,13,582.00            23,08,792.00

       2           Government           1,38,97,667.00          28,77,144.00

       3           PTA                  3,41,639.00*            3,26,069.00

                   Total                1,67,52,888.00          55,12,005.00

               *Salary of few guest lecturers are also met from PTA account


      Unit cost (excluding salary) = Rs.5495.5/-
      Unit cost (including salary) = Rs.16702.8/-
      (Total number of students    = 1003)


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25. Computerisation of administration and the process of admissions and
 examination results, issue of certificates:
            Admission to the U G and P G courses are fully computerized. Some of
   the office works are also computerized. Examination results and issue of
   certificates are done by the University.
26. Increase in the infrastructural facilities:

   Facilities added to the General Library
   Tables                               6           Rs.7500/-
   Chairs                               15          Rs.4500/-
   Double faced book shelves            4           Rs.60000/-
   Computer                             1           Rs.25000/-
   CD Rack                              1           Rs.1000/-
   Digital photo copier                 1           Rs.85000/-
   Magazine display racks               2           Rs.11000/-
   Educational CD‟s                     185         Rs.38000/-
27. Technology up-gradation:
              o Introduction of LAN System
              o Office Automation
              o Use of AV Aids
              o Language Lab
              o Internet Access
              o New Computer Lab
28. Computer and internet access and training to teachers and students:
            Internet facility is provided in the library and computer centre.
   Teachers and students are benefited of that. Academic Staff Colleges
   functioning in universities provide training to teachers by conducting refresher
   and orientation courses. Students of Commerce, Aquaculture Botany and
   Biophysics are sent to various institutions for practical training. The teachers
   update their knowledge by attending various seminars/workshops, refresher and
   orientation courses.



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29. Financial aid to students:
            Students get financial assistance in the form of monthly stipend, lump
  sum grant, scholarships, student aid fund, exam fee concession and hostel fee
  concession. Central government, state government, university, the college
  management, Alumni and PTA are providing several scholarships to the
  students.
  Various Scholarships, Grants and Endowments are;
   Sl.no.     Name of Assistance                        Number          Amount
   1          MES Scholarship                              1               1800
   2          Fishermen Scholarship                       11              37751
   3          SC                                          105           324615
   4          ST                                          14            218062
   5          OEC                                         98            257225
   6          Alumni                                      42              21000
   7          PTA                                         32              21500
   8          NCC                                          1               5000
   9          Merit Scholarship                            4               6000
   10         P.G.Govindan Nair Endowment                  3               1100
   11         SAF (Students Aid Fund)                     14               5110
                        TOTAL                             325        Rs.899163
            Apart from this, teachers in the departments of Botany, Commerce,
  Economics etc. provide various kinds of financial assistance and free noon meal
  to the financially poor students.
30. Activities and support from the Alumni Association:
            Alumni association is actively functioning in the college since1997.
  Every year October 2nd is celebrated as Alumni day with the get together of the
  family members. Other programmes are distribution of scholarships, conduct of
  carrier guidance classes, seminars, farewell parties to outgoing students etc.
  Apart from the prominent Alumni spread over in India and abroad, many old
  students from backward classes secured jobs like University teachers, College
  teachers, Engineers, Doctors, Advocates, jobs in Health departments, Industrial


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  departments and Agriculture departments, UD and LD clerks, jobs in Banks and
  other financial institutions.
           Family meet of Alumni Association for the year 2007 was inaugurated
  by Sri. T.N. Prathapan MLA on 2nd October. An Alumni directory was
  published by the MLA on the occasion. As the primary initiative, details of
  3500 old students including 300 of them at Dubai chapter were published in the
  Directory. The Directory also contains the details of all the retired and existing
  staff. In addition to the family meet, the association is also encouraging
  classmate‟s family get-together. Meeting of classmates after a long gap is an
  experience that cannot be expressed in words. After 25 years of departure,
  classmates of 1979-82 B.Com batch met in the college on 19th of August 2007.
  Their teachers Prof. K.A. Abdul Rahman, Prof. P.A. Ziyavudheen Ahamed and
  Prof. Yatheendradas shared their sweet memories.
           The Alumni is also sponsoring merit scholarship to students. The
  Association gives scholarship on merit cum means basis every year through
  sponsorship. This year, 42such scholarships of Rs.500 each were distributed to
  deserving students


31. Activities and support from the Parent – Teacher Association
          The Parent Teacher Association is a vibrant body, sincerely
  participating in the curricular and Co-curricular activities of the college. Major
  activities are…..
  o Payment of salaries to gust lectures.
  o Distribution of scholarships and awards to students.
  o Purchase of books to the departments.
  o Funding to student‟s activities like Fine Arts, Sports, Magazine, renovation of
   lab and class room etc.




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32. Health services:
           Medical examination for the newly enrolled students is compulsory. A
  team of health workers from the Public Health Centre, P.Vemballur examined
  the students. Some of the students are advised for specialized treatment.
33. Performance in sports activities:
  o The College kabaddi team participated in the D Zone tournament held at
      Mother College, Thrissur and bagged the 3rd place.
  o In the D Zone Boxing championship Mohammed of B Com class , Shafeeq
      of B Sc Aquaculture and Munna of B Com class won Bronze medals in
      different categories.
  o In the college annual athletic meet, Safwan of 3rd BA Economics became the
      individual champion.
34. Incentives to outstanding sports persons:
   A few seats were reserved in UG and PG courses under sports quota for
      admission to sports persons.
   The sports men have been given traveling allowance, food and
      accommodation charges to participate in various tournaments.
   Refreshment charges have been provided to the sportsmen for daily training.
   Coaches from NIS (National Institute of Sports) are invited to provide
      coaching in Boxing and Volley ball.
   Special awards and medals were given to meritorious sports persons during
      the Annual day celebrations of the college.
35. Student achievements and awards:
   Juneer K Moideen, Geethika E R and Jijitha P B of B.Sc. Biophysics won
      the ranks in University Examinations.
   Jubairiya M I of B.Sc. Aquaculture got second rank in the University
      Examinations.
36. Activities of the Guidance and Counseling unit:
           Counseling cell and the tutorial system functioning in the college
  provides guidance and counseling to the students. Students requiring personal
  attention are referred to the counseling cell. In addition to this, service of


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  experts like Psychologists and Counsellors from external agencies is also made
  available.
37. Placement services provided to students:
             Placement service is done by the career guidance cell. A campus
  interview was conducted by „apex laboratories limited‟, Chennai and four
  students      are   selected       as    Professional   service      representative.
  Mr.Abdussalam.A.K. and Latha.K of M.Sc.Plant Science (IVth semester) were
  selected as research fellows in M.S.Swaminathan Research Foundation
  (MSSRF), Wayanad.
38. Development programmes for non-teaching staff:
   Computer learning facility at the college computer centre for non-teaching
      staff at 50% concession rate
   Periodic revision of office order on the basis of rotation
   Interaction of non-teaching staff with the officials of MES central college
      committee
39. Healthy practices of the institution:
   Special Coaching: The weak students of the Botany department are identified
    and put under regular scrutiny of concerned teachers. About 4-5 students are
    selected and they are given special coaching. If necessary, financial aid is also
    given. ACBAA (Asmabi College Botany Association): The Department of
    Botany has organized a separate Alumni Association in the year 1998 and it is
    named ACBAA. Its annual meeting is conducted on second Saturday of
    August. This is fixed so because of the alumni who are working in the gulf
    countries come to their mother country during July and August.
   Butea Nature Club: Department of Botany, the Butea Nature Club was also
    initiated in 1998. The club is registered under WWF and Nature Club Council
    of Kerala. Amitha Bachan is the coordinator of this nature club.
   Field Training: Department of Aquaculture provides opportunity to the final
    degree students for Field training in the aspect of „Quality control in sea food
    processing‟ at CIFT during the period 5 to 17th November 2007



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 Career Guidance Cell: In the Department of Botany, Career Guidance Cell is
 functioning under the leadership of Dr. V.M. Asma. The students are briefed
 about the existing opportunities in the field and are informed when and where
 advertisements arise for various posts. Career Guidance Cell is also
 functioning in the Commerce Department. It provides classes on Career
 Guidance and Personality Development.
 Counseling: Department of Commerce conducted Counseling classes to the
 students before appearing for final exam.
 Developing Basic skills in Computer: Commerce Department and the
 Department of Computer Application conduct Practical sessions for
 developing Computer skills. Self preparation and printing of question paper
 with the aid of computer is also done.
Other Healthy Practices
 Teacher evaluation by students
 Teaching and research linkages with prestigious institutions
 Value based education
 Classes for moral uplift
 Participation in various quiz programmes
 Community oriented activities done by NCC, CSS and NSS
 Minority Coaching: Students coming under the minority category are given
 certificate course in computer education, accounting practice and coaching for
 competitive examinations. In addition, remedial classes are also provided to
 them.
 Earn while learning scheme.
 Training in teaching.
 Project works and field visits.




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40. Linkages developed with National/ International, Academic/Research
 bodies

   Sl.No.   Name of the Firm                    Department
   1        CMFRI                               Aquaculture
   2        CIFT                                Aquaculture
   3        NIO                                 Aquaculture
   4        IFP                                 Aquaculture
   5        National Fish Seed Farm-Malapuzha   Aquaculture
   6        State Fisheries Department          Aquaculture
   7        Matsyafed                           Aquaculture
   8        Medicare Hospital, Kodungallur      Biophysics
   9        CUSAT, Kochi                        Commerce
   10       Chemical Oceanography Dept. CUSAT Zoology
   11       MSSRF Wayanad                       Botany
   12       RRC Chalakudy                       Botany
   13       IRTC Mundoor                        Botany
   14       KFRI Peechi                         Botany




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41. Any other relevant information the institution wishes to add:
  ENROLMENT STATISTICS OF STUDENTS ADMITTED IN THE
    YEAR 2007-08


                                Under Graduate Course - 2007-08
                                 Muslims      Other      OEC         SC        ST     FC       TOTAL
                                              OBC
     No of students                  137          60        33        26                   3      259
     from same state
     No of students                                                             13                   13
     from other states
     Total                                                                                        272

                                            Under graduate course

                150
                                                                                                 Series5
                100                                                                              Series4
      Number




                                                                                                 Series3
                50                                                                               Series2
                                                                                                 Series1
                 0
                      Muslims   Other OBC      OEC          SC            ST          FC
                                            Statistics of students




                                   Post Graduate course – 2007-08
                                   Other      OEC           SC            ST         FC        TOTAL
                                   OBC
     No of students                  13          1          7                        5          48
     from same state
     No of students
     from other states
     Total                                                                                      48

                                            Post graduate course

                25
                                                                                                 Series5
                20
                                                                                                 Series4
       Number




                15
                                                                                                 Series3
                10
                                                                                                 Series2
                 5
                                                                                                 Series1
                 0
                      Muslims   Other OBC      OEC          SC            ST          FC
                                            Statistics of students




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 UNIVERSITY EXAMINATION RESULTS
CLASS: BScAquaculture
Number of Students enrolled (Entry level) : 34
Details of university Ranks: II Rank, Jubairiya MI

                  Details of students appeared for the University Examination
                                                                      Oth
                               ST *     SC       OEC       Muslim     OBC                                          FC           Total
                              M       F   M           F    M           F   M           F   M           F   M            F   M           F
No.of students appeared       0       0       1       0        0       6       1       8       1       9       0        0       3   23
No.of students passed         0       0       0       0        0       2       1       7       1       7       0        0       2   16
No.of I class                 0       0       0       0        0       1       1       5       1       4       0        0       2   10


CLASS:BSc Biophysics
Number of Students enrolled (Entry level) : 32
Details of university Ranks: I Rank, Juneer K Moideen

                  Details of students appeared for the University Examination
                                                                      Oth
                               ST *     SC       OEC       Muslim     OBC                                          FC           Total
                              M       F   M           F    M           F   M           F   M           F   M            F   M           F
No.of students appeared       0       0       0       0        0       4       2    17         2       4       0        0       4   25
No.of students passed         0       0       0       0        0       4       1    13         2       4       0        0       3   21
No.of I class                 0       0       0       0        0       1       1       2       0       2       0        0       1       5


CLASS: BSc Botany
Number of Students enrolled (Entry level) : 26
Details of university Ranks:

                  Details of students appeared for the University Examination
                                                                     Oth
                            ST *       SC       OEC      Muslim      OBC                                       FC               Total
                          M       F       M       F        M       F       M       F       M       F       M        F       M       F
No.of students appeared   0       0       0       3        1       2       0       13      0       5       0        0       1       23
No.of students passed     0       0       0       1        1       2       0       12      0       5       0        0       1       20
No.of I class             0       0       0       0        1       0       0       10      0       4       0        0       1       14




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CLASS: BSc Mathematics
Number of Students enrolled (Entry level) : 36
Details of university Ranks:

                  Details of students appeared for the University Examination
                                                                      Oth
                              ST *      SC       OEC      Muslim     OBC                 FC       Total
                             M       F       M       F    M   F   M    F    M   F    M        F   M      F
No.of students appeared      0       1       0       0    0   5   2    14   0   7    0        0   2      27
No.of students passed        0       1       0       0    0   5   1    13   0   6    0        0   1      25
No.of I class                0       0       0       0    0   4   0    12   0   4    0        0   0      20

CLASS: BCom Co-Operation
Number of Students enrolled (Entry level) :60
Details of university Ranks:
                  Details of students appeared for the University Examination
                                                                       Oth
                                ST *     SC       OEC      Muslim     OBC                FC           Total
                                 M       F   M       F    M   F   M     F   M    F   M        F   M       F
No.of students appeared          0       0       1   6    3   2   9    16   2    8   0        3   15     35
No.of students passed            0       0       0   6    1   2   9    16   2    8   0        3   12     35
No.of I class                    0       0       0   2    1   1   7    16   1    8   0        3   9      30

CLASS: BCom Computer Application
Number of Students enrolled (Entry level) : 40
Details of university Ranks:

                  Details of students appeared for the University Examination
                                                                       Oth
                                ST *     SC       OEC      Muslim     OBC                FC           Total
                                 M       F   M       F    M   F   M     F   M    F   M        F   M       F
No.of students appeared          0       0       0   0    1   2   12    9   6    4   2        1   21     16
No.of students passed            0       0       0   0    1   2   4     6   4    3   1        1   10     12
No.of I class                    0       0       0   0    0   1   3     6   4    3   0        1   7      11


CLASS: BA Economics
Number of Students enrolled (Entry level) : 52
Details of university Ranks:

                  Details of students appeared for the University Examination
                                                                      Oth
                               ST *     SC       OEC       Muslim     OBC                FC       Total
                             M       F       M       F    M   F   M    F    M   F    M        F   M      F
No.of students appeared      0       1       2       6    0   4   1    14   0   10   0        0   3     35
No.of students passed        0       1       1       6    0   4   1    14   0   10   0        0   2     35
No.of I class                0       0       0       0    0   1   0    2    0   6    0        0   0      9



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Class : BA English
Number of Students enrolled (Entry level) : 39
Details of university Ranks:

                  Details of students appeared for the University Examination
                                                                      Oth
                               ST *     SC       OEC       Muslim     OBC                                           FC           Total
                               M       F   M           F    M           F   M           F   M           F   M            F   M           F
No.of students appeared        0       2       0       1        0       4       0   12          1       5       0        2       1   26
No.of students passed          0       1       0       0        0       2       0       7       1       5       0        2       1   17
No.of I class                  0       0       0       0        0       1       0       3       0       4       0        2       0   10


CLASS: MA English
Number of Students enrolled (Entry level) : 20
Details of university Ranks:

                  Details of students appeared for the University Examination
                                                                     Oth
                            ST *       SC       OEC      Muslim      OBC                                        FC               Total
                          M        F       M       F        M       F       M       F       M       F       M        F       M       F
No.of students appeared   0        0       0       2        0       0       0       9       0       2       0        1       0       14
No.of students passed     0        0       0       0        0       0       0       6       0       2       0        1       0       9
No.of I class             0        0       0       0        0       0       0       4       0       2       0        1       0       7


CLASS: MSc Plant Science
Number of Students enrolled (Entry level) : 12
Details of university Ranks: I Rank, Baby Shabna AM
                            II Rank, Soumya C

                  Details of students appeared for the University Examination
                                                                      Oth
                             ST *       SC       OEC       Muslim     OBC                                       FC               Total
                          M        F       M       F        M           F       M       F       M       F   M        F       M       F
No.of students appeared    0       0       0       3            0       0       0       6       0       2   0        1       0       12
No.of students passed      0       0       0       2            0       0       0       5       0       2   0        1       0       10
No.of I class              0       0       0       2            0       0       0       5       0       2   0        1       0       10




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CLASS: Mcom
Number of Students enrolled (Entry level) : 21
Details of university Ranks:
                  Details of students appeared for the University Examination
                                                                  Oth
                       ST *        SC      OEC       Muslim      OBC        FC           Total
                      M    F    M     F   M     F   M    F    M     F    M       F   M           F
No.of students
appeared              0    0      0   1   0     2   2    6     0    4    0       2   2           15
No.of students
passed                0    0      0   1   0     2   1    4     0    4    0       2   1           13
No.of I class         0    0      0   1   0     2   1    4     0    4    0       1   1           12

* Scheduled Caste students from Lakshadweep
 RFRESHER / ORIENTATION COURSES ATTENDED
      Smt. Bindu Jamal attended a Refresher course in Competative literature
         sponsored by ASC, Thiruvananthapuram from 9th to 30th April 2007.
      Dr. Harikumaran Thampy attended a Refresher course in October 2008 at
         University of Calicut.
      Sri. Kesavan.K, participated and won 2nd prize in the National level Quiz
         competition on „Marine Biodiversity and Environment‟ held at CMFRI,
         Kochi on 28th July2007
 SEMINARS/WORKSHOPS ATTENDED
      Sri George V M and Smt. Saleena along with 1st M Com students attended
         a Seminar on „Marketing in a flat world‟ at MES KVM College
         Valanchery- on 21st and 22nd August 2007
      Sri. Pradeep Kumar attended a National seminar on „Indian Capital Market
         and Financial Service- Problem and prospects‟ at St. Alberts College,
         Ernakulam on 17th and 18th of January 2008.
      Smt. Sophy Jacob of statistics department attended the one day workshop
         and two days seminar on 11th, 12th and 13th of February 2008 at Calicut
         University
      Smt. Sandhya Gopinath attended a Seminar on „Teaching English as a
         Second Language‟ sponsored by US Consulate in Collaboration with
         MES conducted on 11th to 14th February 2008.



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   Sri.Kesavan K participated in National seminar on „Bioactive compounds
     from marine Organisms‟ organized by department of Marine Biology,
     Microbiology and Biochemistry, CUSAT held during 14th and 15th March
     2008.
   Sri.Kesavan K participated and presented a paper(oral presentation)
     entitled   „Ethological   aspects   of   Chromatophore    Distribution   in
     Oreochromis mossambicus‟ in 8th Asian fisheries Forum(International
     Conference) organized by Asian Fisheries Society held at Hotel
     Lemeridien, Kochi, Kerala during 20- 23 Novenmber 2007.
   Sri. Kesavan K participated in National Seminar on “Indian Agriculture
     and Environment Perspectives”- organized by Swadeshi Science
     Movement, Kerala and College of fisheries, Panangad, Kochin in
     collaboration with DST, ICMR, MOES. Held at College of Fisheries,
     Panangad,Kochi on 11th October 2007.
   Sri.Kesavan K Participated in National Seminar on „Possible impact of
     Sethusamudram Project along Kerala coast‟ organized by Rajiv Gandhi
     Chair in Contemporary Studies- held at School of Ocean Science and
     Technology, CUSAT on 18th October 2007.
   One paper of Sri.Kesavan K was accepted in Asian Fisheries Journal,
     „Ethological aspects of Chromatophore distribution in Oreochrome
     mossambicus‟.
 STUDY TOURS
   In the Department of Aquaculture, the final year students undergone a
     study tour and field training in carp seed production at National Fish Seed
     Farm, Malampuzha on 10th and11th July. The students also visited various
     hatcheries and shrimp processing plants on 4th December 2007. They also
     visited the CMFRI on 6th February 2008.
   This year 3 study tours are conducted by the Department of Commerce.
   Final year B Sc students of the Department of Mathematics conducted a
     tour to Wyanad on 11th December 2007 and returned back on12th
     December 2007.

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 In the Department of Botany, M Sc Plant Science 1st semester study tour
    was conducted to Thekkody for algal collection on November 26th
    2007.All the students of MSc I semester with Dr. V M Asma went to
    Thekkody collected the algal specimens and made herbarium specimens on
    the spot.
 In the Department of Botany, 3rd year students visited Ooty and Mysore for
    their plant collection, accompanied by Prof. B SoharaBeevi and Sri. K
    Mohammed Nassar on November 14th to 17th 2007. They visited different
    places      like   Mysore   Palace,   Summer   Palace,   Tippu‟s   Tomb,
    Srirangapatanam, Bird sanctuary, Brindavan garden etc. In Ooty they
    visited Botanical garden, Tea factory, Lake Etc. They returned via
    Coimbatore and reached the college on 17th November 2007.
 In the Department of Botany, the 3rd semester students visited Vazachal,
    Marayoor, Munnar, Kumali and Thekkady for their plant collection on 23rd
    January 2007 and and returned on March 2007. They collected plants for
    preparing hundred herbarium specimens. They were accompanied by their
    teachers Sri. Amitha Bachan and Smt.Shaniba K A
 The students in the department of Biophysics visited Indian Institute of
    Science at Banglore on 26-10-2007.
   The students in the department of Biophysics visited Kerala Agricultural
    University on February 05, 2008 for the demonstration on Radio trace at
    Radio tracer lab.
 The final year students in the department of Economics conducted an
    annual tour to Wayanad.




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       V I P VISITS

                               Name                    Importance                            Purpose of visit        Date
                                                                                             Inauguration of
                               Sri.T.N.Prathapan       Member Legislative Assembly,          Family                  2.08.07
                                                                                             residential camp of
                                                       Kerala                                CIGI
                               Adv. M.B.Snehalatha     Kodungallur Munsiff                   To conduct legal        17.8.07
                                                                                             awareness class for
                                                                                             girl students
                               Adv.K.A.Abdul
                               Gafoor                  Retired Justice                       Inaugurate two day      27.8.07
                                                                                             Meet of Alumni
                                                                                             Association and
                                                                                             Publicationof Alumni
                                                                                             Directory.
                               Adv. K.P.Rajendran      Hon.Minister of Revenue,Govt.         Inauguration of         15.9.07
                                                       of Kerala                             Computer lab

                               Sri.T.N.Prathapan       Member Legilative Assembly,           Inauguration of         15.9.07
                                                       Kerala                                Students Centre and
                                                                                             Cafeteria
                               Lt.Col.Kuriakose        Commanding Officer,                   Visited in connection   18.10.07
                                                                                             with the NCC
                                                       22(K) Bn NCC Alua                     activities
                               Mr. Shiju A.U           International Arm Wrestler            Inauguration of         14.2.08
                                                                                             sports day
                               Mr. Joshy Mathew        Lecturer in Polymer                   To conduct one day      14.2.08
                                                       Technology, GPTC Kottayam             orientation class for
                                                                                             final year students
                                                                                             For addressing the
                               Dr.K.G.Jose             Principal, Navaratna College          final                   27.2.08
                                                       Thrissur                              year students on
                                                                                             Interaction
                                                                                             techniques'

       PROGRESSION TO EMPLOYMENT
      BCom Aquaculture Class




Sl.                                   Name          Employed   Teaching       Govt.     Self       Employed          Other
No                                                   Abroad                   Job     Employed     in Pvt.firm       Job
1                              Arunjith TS                                                             ۞
2                              Jaifarudheen MS                                           ۞
3                              Saburaj VD                                                              ۞
4                              Shafeek KM                                                ۞
5                              Shitha KT                                                               ۞
1                              Haris RH                             ۞




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1                  Anoop KA                          ۞
    BCom CA

2                  Firos Basheer    ۞
                   Nidhin
3                  Narayanan                         ۞
                   Habeebur
4                  Rahman M M                        ۞
1                  Haneesh CH                    ۞
    Biophy




                                                         Working in
2                  Priyan KM                             Call Centre

                   Mohammed
1                  Suhail AV        ۞
    BA Economics




                   Mohammed
2                  Yasir TA         ۞
3                  Sarath Lal KS                         Cable work
4                  Siyas VA         ۞
                                                         Company
5                  Sreesanth CS                          representative
6                  Suhail KA        ۞
7                  Suhas CH         ۞
8                  Naseeda PA       ۞
    English




1                  Sarith TS            ۞
2                  Masood PA        ۞

                   Mohammed
    Maths




1                  Ashif PM                      ۞
2                  Faizal KK        ۞

                                                         Working in
    MSc




1                  Deepa ET                              JRF project
2                  Rajitha KC                    ۞
3                  Sabitha TK                            HDFC
                   Shamna T
    MA




1                  Shamsu                        ۞

1                  Jabeer PM            ۞
2                  Ashida MA                         ۞
3                  Jibitha CP           ۞
    Mcom




4                  Jijitha CV           ۞
5                  Jisna Joseph K       ۞
6                  Shameena KH          ۞
7                  Suchithra PP         ۞
8                  Deepa Das        ۞
9                  Sandhya V        ۞




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       PROGRESSION TO HIGHER EDUCATION
                                                          PG       B

       Class
Sl.                               Name           PG in     in      Ed   Comp-    MBA   MCA        Any Other
No                                              Asmabi   other           uter                      Course
                                                         inst.          Course
                                                          ۞
      Aquaculture

 1                         Abhijith PS
 2                         Divya Das K                    ۞
 3                         Faseelath AA                   ۞
 4                         Refais.PA                      ۞
 5                         Shahina MM                     ۞
 1                         Nishanth MK                                                       ACS, Thrissur
 2                         Sreenath KS                                                       Shipping Course
 3                         Asmi PM                ۞
 4                         Fanisha VA                     ۞
 5                         Fasna CM               ۞
 6                         Febina EM                                                         CA
 7                         Najuma CN              ۞
 8                         Rabeeha VA             ۞
 9                         Ramseena VA            ۞
10                         Reshma KR                      ۞
11                         Rincy KM               ۞
12                         Sheema V V                                    ۞
13                         Sruthy MS              ۞
14                         Sruthy PK                      ۞
15                         Sulfath MH                     ۞
16                         Surya Ramadevan        ۞
17                         Surya PR                       ۞
18                         Sushama NS             ۞
      B Com Co-operation




19                         Tinumol EF                     ۞
20                         Vandana V              ۞
21                         Vinitha NV                                            ۞
22                         Fanshad NM                                            ۞
23                         Mohamed Sharik TH                                     ۞
24                         Mohammed Siddik PM                                                ACS, Thrissur
25                         Nithin KS                                             ۞
26                         Omar Ibin Rahim                                                   IATA, Ernakulam
27                         Raees PK                                                          Accounting practice
28                         Saidu Ibrahim TK                                      ۞
29                         Shaker EK                                                         Accounting practice
30                         Shihas MA                                             ۞
31                         Sreenath TS                                                       Shipping course
32                         Sujith TS                                                         Accounting practice
33                         Vineesh V V                                                       Accounting practice
34                         Aathira PB                                            ۞
35                         Aswathy MA             ۞
36                         Bineeja KP                                            ۞
37                         Faseela PA                                                        Accounting practice
38                         Khairunneesa KA        ۞
39                         Manvi K Pavitran                                                  CA
40                         Neeba KB                                              ۞
41                         Nejma EH                                      ۞
42                         Ramisha KC             ۞


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43                                Sabira TA                                      CA
44                                Sreethukrishna CU     ۞
45                                Vineesha PV                            ۞
46                                Vineetha Vikraman T       ۞

 1                                Ammar Ibin Rahim                           ۞
 2                                Arjun KS                                   ۞
     B Com Computer Application



 3                                Deepak KP                              ۞
 4                                Saneej KB                              ۞
 5                                Shereef KH                             ۞
 6                                Sreejith KS                            ۞
 7                                Vipin P                                        LLB
 8                                Anju Balakrishnan                              ICWA, Thrissur
 9                                Athira MP                 ۞
10                                Lemy KM                                    ۞
                                  Mubeena Abdu
11                                Rahiman                                        ICWA, Thrissur
12                                Mufida MM                                      ICWA, Thrissur
13                                Rekha N               ۞
14                                Sheborn TP                ۞
15                                Shafeena VM               ۞
16                                Shahana TM                ۞
 1                                Juneer K Moidheen                          ۞
 2                                Geethika ER               ۞
 3                                Hilja KM                  ۞
     BSc.Biophysics




 4                                Jijitha PB                ۞
 5                                Kannan Haridas                                 MBBS
 6                                Abdul Offar.EA                             ۞
 7                                Nithin.TU                 ۞
 8                                Atlin.TE                  ۞
 9                                Sanumol AZ                ۞
10                                Shareena EA               ۞
11                                Rahul Thilakan                         ۞
 1                                Jisna MA                           ۞
 2                                Amitha KM                                      IATA Course
 3                                Jinitha PG                             ۞
 4                                Neethu PB                              ۞
 5                                Salma MK              ۞
 6                                Savitha AS                             ۞
 7                                Sareena VH            ۞
     BSc.Botany




 8                                Shiji AA                               ۞
 9                                Biju KS                                ۞
10                                Faseela PK                         ۞
11                                Jini KG                                ۞
12                                Lajitha VL                             ۞
                                                                                 Medical
13                                Misha TP                                       Transcription
14                                Rahila TM             ۞
15                                Sabeena AM                ۞
16                                Shaina MB                          ۞
17                                Shifa KM                           ۞




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 1                  Divya TB                 ۞
 2                  Nilsha MV                                 ۞
 3                  Soju KB                                       HDC
 4                  Sabna MA                              ۞
 5                  Sreechitra NB                                 LLB
 6                  Vidya Das TM             ۞
 7                  Bijoy KB                              ۞
 8                  Midhun Mohan VA                               LLB
 9                  Aneesh Ashokan           ۞
10                  Ansiya RA                             ۞
11                  Chinjumol PP             ۞
12                  Jeena NK                              ۞
     BA Economics




13                  Jibi PS                               ۞
14                  Mumthas NM                            ۞
15                  Neethu KV                             ۞
16                  Neethu KS                             ۞
17                  Nisha KA                              ۞
18                  Nisha VY                              ۞
19                  Shafeena KM                               ۞
20                  Raji KR                               ۞
21                  Rasmi NT                              ۞
22                  Ramya VR                              ۞
23                  Sabeela KM                            ۞
24                  Sabitha AS                            ۞
25                  Sahitha MM                            ۞
26                  Salitha TS                        ۞
27                  Ragi TR                                   ۞
28                  Sreedevi AR                       ۞
29                  Sufaira NU               ۞
30                  Surumi MS                         ۞
31                  Namitha KS               ۞
32                  Shekkeer.P.J                              ۞
 1                  Fathimath Zuhara P                ۞
 2                  Roopesh KV           ۞
 3                  Lisha KR             ۞
 4                  Mona VM                  ۞
 5                  Prasy PG                                      IATA
 6                  Aasmi KR             ۞
 7                  Shumaisa ES          ۞
     BA English




 8                  Beethu KP                ۞
 9                  Jasheena PB          ۞
10                  Meenu KM                          ۞
11                  Mithili M Sibi           ۞
                                                                  Medical
12                  Neethu N                                      Transcription
13                  Rekha S Menon        ۞
14                  Remya KL             ۞
15                  Aysha M                                       MBBS Course
16                  Sajitha MS           ۞
17                  Vani Prakash                                  LLB




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 1                         Raheena NA                              ۞
 2                         Raheeda PK                     ۞
 3                         Sharin TM                      ۞
 4                         Anju KB                                                  ۞
 5                         Jabeena PS                              ۞
                                                                                    ۞
       BSc Mathematics



 6                         Noorjahan EI
 7                         Pryja OJ                                ۞
 8                         Rakhi EV                                                 ۞
 9                         Rakhi KR                       ۞
10                         Shamna KM                               ۞
11                         Nisha KK                       ۞
12                         Ansiya VA                                                ۞
13                         Athira KS                      ۞
14                         Divya KB                       ۞
15                         Jiji KS                                                  ۞
16                         Karthika CU                    ۞
17                         Shakeela AJ                    ۞
18                         Subitha VB                     ۞
 1                         Baby shabna AM                          ۞
                                                                   ۞
       MSc Plant Science




 2                         Mini PM
 3                         Minnath K                               ۞
 4                         Shaniba KA                              ۞
 5                         Soumya C                                ۞
 6                         Sruthy MR                                   ۞
 7                         Sufaiya MS                              ۞
 8                         Viji TA                                 ۞
 9                         Sabeena ES                                  ۞
 1                         Ajeesha KA                              ۞
 2                         Divya PD                                ۞
                                                                   ۞
       MA English




 3                         Nisamol MM
 4                         Sabeena MB                              ۞
 5                         Sameera Haneef                          ۞
 6                         Shibimol KS                             ۞
 7                         Shiny CM                                ۞
 8                         Teena ER                                ۞
 9                         Sindhu Chakkunny                        ۞
                                                                   ۞
       M Com




 1                         Shakkeela KK




       CAPACITY UTILISATION
                             From the very beginning of the establishment of the College, the facilities,
     infrastructural and otherwise are ideally and fully utilized internally and by external
     agencies. We did have three Pre-Degree batches, which got delinked from the
     College during 2000-01. After the delinking, we have started two courses, one at



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UG level and other at PG level – BSc. Bio-Physics and M.Sc. Plant Science.
Hence the existing capacity is fully utilized.
We had constructed an Auditorium having 7700 sq.ft. area, the formal inauguration
of which had taken place during the academic year 2003-04. Even before that we
started utilizing it for the purpose of conducting seminars, meetings and functions
of the college union activities. This Auditorium has also been allowed to conduct
the functions of outside agencies like MES Public School, MES Higher Secondary
School, functions of local bodies etc.
     We have a spacious College ground comprising volleyball, basketball, lawn
tennis, Badminton, Kabaddi and football court. It is also used for conducting
athletic events and Cricket matches. These facilities are also utilized by grama
panchayath and block panchayath for conducting their sports and games. Other
institutions of the same management also conduct their sports and games fete in
this ground.
     The College ground is also used for conducting the tournaments of local Arts
and Sports Clubs. Apart from the above the local public use the playground almost
every evening and public holidays to play cricket and football.
We allow the college buildings and classrooms for the following purposes:
     1) To conduct General Elections to parliament, legislative assembly and local
         bodies
     2) To conduct competitive examinations by the PSC
     3) Facilities in the Library are being extended to those who completed BLISc.
         for further training.
     4) Old students and research scholars are permitted to utilize the library
     5) College Gymnasium is utilized by the students of MES Public School
     6) Centre for Information and Guidance India (CIGI) conducted three day
         study camp in the College Auditorium.
     7) MES Youth Wing has conducted two day Leadership Training camp in our
         institution.




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    JANA SIKSHAN NILAYAM ( J S N )
      JSN is an outreach programme of the college. One public library and reading
 room is set up in the centre. It is functioning at Kathiyalam, an interior village near
 the College. The library is fully furnished and has more than 300 books. The library
 subscribes four national dailies and six journals. The centre conducts awareness
 classes on social, Environmental and Health related problems, adult literacy etc.
 The Nilayam functions as a continuing education centre, under the auspices of the
 State Literacy Mission. Quiz programmes for the public are also conducted
 periodically.


Part C: Detail the plans of the institution for the next year.

    New courses applied:-

           1) BA Mass Communication and Journalism

           2) B B A

           3) B.Sc. Electronics

    Applied for Innovative programme under UGC assistance- proposal submitted

      to start M.Sc. Microbiology and Biophysics

    Following proposals are sent to UGC for conducting National seminars:

                 1. Commerce- “Privatisation of Higher Education‟

                 2. Botany- “Conservation of Biodiversity of Peninsular India”

                 3. English- “Post Colonial Literature”

    To set up a full fledged Language Lab under the English Department




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 Proposals are sent to UGC for the following minor research projects:

   1. Shafeeq.VA (Dept. of physical education). Analysis of Sexual & Stress

      hormones of male handball players during an intense continuous

      competition.

   2. Prof. PK Yaqoob(Dept. of Economics) Contribution of Interest Free

      Financial Institution in uplifting the weaker sections of the society.

   3. Pradeep Kumar K (Dept. of Commerce) Marketing of Aquaculture

      products in Kerala.

   4. K P Sumedhan (Dept. of Commerce) Social pressure in buying a motor

      car.

   5. K M Ahammed (A critical study on problems of Mat Weaving in

      Kodungallur.

   6. Dr.V.M.Asma       ((Dept.   of    Botony)     PHYTOREMEDIATION-          A

      comparative study using Lemma and Azolla

 To construct class rooms for the new courses.

 To start a Tissue Culture Laboratory under the Botany Department

 To boost up the Extension activities by various departments

 To finish the work of the Students Center and Cafeteria at the earliest.




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