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               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

      The College has succeeded greatly in its mission of providing quality

education at affordable rates to Muslims and backward classes especially the

women. The journey towards quality and excellence is specially commendable in the

post accreditation days. The curricular and co-curricular achievements are far

ahead and at par with the leading institutions with in the state. ICT oriented

teaching and learning, provision for value added education, promotion of research,

participatory learning, community development programmes, student support

facilities, placement services, special coaching programmes for down trodden and

backward classes etc. have converted the institution in to a multifaceted centre of

excellence. May God Almighty Bless this Institution.

                                                           Prof: Yaqoob P.K
The Annual Quality Assurance Report (AQAR) of the IQAC

Name of the institution: MES Asmabi College

Year of the report: 2006-07


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.

In the preceding year we also started a new UG program, B.Com with Computer

Application as a self financing course.

In order to ensure continuous improvement in the entire operations of the institution, the

Internal Quality Assurance Cell is functioning in this institution.


Chairperson                         Prof. P.K.Yaqoob (Principal)

Management Representatives          Dr.P.A.Mohammed Sayeed            (Secretary,MES)

                                    Adv.K.M.Navas       (Secretary      and   Correspondent,

                                    College Committee)

Members                             LT.V.S.Jayan, Member Co-ordinator

                                    Sri. V.M.Karim (HOD Economics Dept.)

                                    Smt.K.K.Khairunnissa (HOD Chemistry)

                                    Sri.A.J.Damu (HOD English)

                                    Dr.Harikumaranthampi (Dept. of Biochemistry)

                                    Sri K.Mohammed Rasheed – Secretary, PTA

                                    Sri.K.P.Sumedhan – Secretary, Alumni Association

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.)
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. Progression to higher education (Details Provided)
             a. PG in same institution           :5
             b. PG in other institution          :32
             c. B.Ed.                            :31
             d. M B A                            :6
             e. MCA                              :1
             f. Other courses                    :24
 2. Progression to employment (Details Provided)
             a. Employment abroad                :2
             b. Teaching                         :4
             c. Employed in private firms        :11
             d. Self employed                    :2
             e. Others                           :2
 3. 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-ul fitre etc collectively. Every year, the College Union members are
   elected through secret ballot. The union also functions in a democratic and secular
   manner. The leadership qualities and the all-round personality of the students are
   developed by executing the various College Union activities. The statutory bodies like
   staff council & PTA and other academic & 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.
4. 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.
5. Special care to SC/ST students
         In addition to the individual attention given to the SC/ST students during the
 year 2006-07, with the assistance of UGC we are able to start the following two
 1) Remedial coaching classes to all SC/ST students
 2) 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, Accountancy etc.
 Both UG & PG students are benefited by this program.
         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 village man test conducted by Kerala PSC on 10-3-2007. 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.
6. Emphasis on IT oriented development
         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.
 1. Salary billing of TS & NTS
 2. Computerisation of management account
 3. Purchased 5 more computers (3 computers allotted from MP fund)
 4. Purchased 3 printers & Fax machine
 5. Purchase of additional computers and accessories.
                 a. Laptop: 1 –UGC-SC/ST fund
                 b. Computers:    5 nos MLA fund
                                  3 nos MP fund
                                  6 nos SC/ST fund from UGC
                 c. LCD projector: UGC –SC/ST fund
7. Value added education
        Our computer centre runs the following certificate courses for the benefit of
the existing students. 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 on add on basis by UGC, namely
   (a) Medical Lab Technology (MLT) and
   (b) Spoken Arabic.
We have three non- conventional courses
          1. B.Sc Aquaculture
        The department was established in the year 1995-96.B.Sc. Aquaculture is a
tailor made course specially suited for the costal region where the college is situated.
It is the only one of its kind in the university. It is a job oriented course, having
opportunities for self-employment and employment in govt. and private sectors
          2. B.Sc Biophysics
        B.Sc. Biophysics was started in 1999. It is the only course of its kind in the
entire South India. It is an inter disciplinary course with immense job potential, as
combination papers, computer applications and physics help the students to acquire
basic knowledge in physical science and information technology.
          3. M.Sc Plant Science
        This is a non - conventional specialization course which is highly research
oriented. The contents of this course is entirely different .This course equips the
students with modern technology in Plant Science and Bio-technology.
The above courses are really supportive to our students, mainly for the promotion of
vocationalisation, specialization, research etc. These courses are interdisciplinary in
nature and equip the students to meet the emerging challenges.
8. 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.
     Minor Research Projects
       o Sri.Pradeep Kumar, Dept.of Commerce
          Topic: Marketing of Aquaculture Products
          Amount released: Rs. 25,000/-
       o Sri. K M Ahamed,Dept. of Commerce
          Topic: Critical Study of the Problems of Mat Weavers in Kodungallur
          Amount released: Rs. 25,000/-
     Research Programmes under FDP
       o K Kesavan, Department of Aquaculture:
          PhD programme
          Topic:   Toxicant     Induced   Antioxidant     Activity   in   Oreochromis
          Research Centre: Department of Marine Biology, CUSAT
          Guide: Dr. N.R. Menon
       o 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
 o 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
 o K.K. Vaheeda, Department of Botany:
    PhD programme
    Topic: Ecological Studies on the Brackish Waters of Kodungallur Area,
    Research Centre: U.C.College, M.G.University
    Guide: Dr. Thara K. Simon
Part-time Research for PhD
 o N K Babu, Department of Commerce:
     PhD programme
    Topic: Role of BFI in the Industries of Kerala with special reference to
    Research Centre: Calicut University
 o K P Sumedhan, Department of Commerce:
    40% 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
 o P.K.Yaqoob (Principal) Department of Economics:
    50% of the research work completed
    Topic: Case for Interest Free Financial Institutions in Kerala
    Guide: Dr. K.C. Sankara Narayanan
    Research Centre: CUSAT
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 periodical results of
university exam and locate the flaws in the 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
set up; 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 is 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.
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:
1. Proposed to install one additional computer lab in the new commerce block.
2. Training is given for Internet browsing
3. Residential camps arranged for the students for carrier counseling and personality
4. Certificate courses in computer education on „add on basis‟ are provided to the
   existing students in our computer lab.
5. Teaching aids such as language lab, LCD projectors, OHP‟s etc are utilized
6. All the P G departments use their computers to student project work and other
7. Entrepreneurship Development Club is functioning in the college which motivates
   students for self employment.
8. As a part of the project, Commerce students are facilitated opportunities in
   neighboring banks to get trained in banking.
 9. „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
10. A grievance redressal cell is constituted in the college which has at three tier
   system of functioning- Department level, Principal level and University level.
11. 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.
12. Various scholarships like merit scholarship by the management and PTA,
   Students Aid Fund (SAF) from special fee collection and by teachers, University
   Merit Scholarship, Harijan welfare scholarship and other government‟s
   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.
13. Career guidance and counseling are given to students by utilizing the service of
   professionals in the concerned field. The activities of the college union, like fine
   arts, sports, literary and cultural programmes are effectively organized by ensuring
   proper student 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 evaluation 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 whole-heartedly 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 peers like our own teachers, P T A representatives,
prominent alumni and university & Government officials about the working of the
college through personal interactions and other type of communication. This also
helps us to achieve excellence academically and other wise.
12. Participatory 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 both PG as
well as UG students. The use of audio visual aids like OHP, LCD projectors and the
power point 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 Fish 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 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 at present.
   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.
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
           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
2. New academic programmes initiated (UG and PG):

 New Certificate Courses started:-
 Certificate course in “Accounting Practice”
         Under the Minority Coaching programme of UGC, we started a certificate
 course in “Accounting Practice”. The course is beneficial not only for the commerce
 students but also for the students from other courses. The course is very much helpful
 for the students to get placements in various offices of Tax Practitioners, Business
 establishments and also in Gulf countries.
 Certificate and Diploma Courses offered by MESIIT –Asmabi College centre.
     1) MS - OFFICE
     2) TALLY
     3) C ++
     4)J AVA
     5) VISUAL BASIC 6.0
     7) MS – OFFICE + TALLY
     9) MS OFFICE + DTP
     9) CDS (Diploma in Computer Studies)
     10) CCAP (Certification in Computer Application and Programming)
     11) WAP Next
         During the year 2006-2007 we started a certificate course in “human rights
 and duties in education” with UGC assistance.
3. Innovations in curricular design and transaction:
         Teachers in the BOS of the university have their influence in innovations in
 curricular design. Consequent on their involvement, the whole curriculum in various
 first year UG courses are in the process of restructuring, pending the concurrence of
 Academic Council and Faculty. Following members of the teaching staff serve in
 BOS and other academic bodies.
           Sri.U.Aboobacker; BOS (Economics), University of Calicut
           Mrs. P. Ramani Kumari; member, Limnological Association of Kerala
          Dr. V.M. Asma; member, Limnological Association of Kerala and Life
            member- Marine Biological Association of India
          Sri. P K Yaqoob (Principal); member- SENATE, University of Calicut
          Smt. P M Khadija Beevi; member- Kerala Mathematical Association.
          Smt. V Shailaja; member- Kerala Mathematical Association
          Sri.K.P.Sumedhan; BOS (Commerce), University of Kannur
          Sri.K.M.Ahamed; BOS (Commerce), University of Calicut
          Sri..K.Kesavan;     BOS (Aquaculture), University of Calicut and member
            of Society of Marine Biologists(CUSAT)
          Smt.Sophy Jacob; BOS (Statistics), University of Calicut and Life
            member of Kerala Statistical Association.
          Smt.K.K.Vaheeda; BOS (P.G. Plant Science), University of Calicut
          Smt.B.Sohara Beevi; BOS (P.G. Plant Science), University of Calicut and
            member of Limnological Association of Kerala
          Dr. Ignatius C A is a life member of Marine Biological Association of
            India and the member of BOS (Aquaculture), University of Calicut
          Mr. Shibu A Nair: member of Faculty of Science and BOS in
            Aquaculture, 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, Immuno techniques etc.
5. Examination reforms implemented:
         Examination reforms are implemented by the affiliating university when and
 where it is necessary and the College, by it self, has no freedom to implement any
 reform 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.

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 S E T
     Sl.No. Name                            Class
         1       Lijish MU                  M.Com
         2       Sajna A                    MA Literature
         3       Femi K Haneef              M.Sc. Plant Science

7. Initiative 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. Extension for two years has been granted
 by the UGC to K K Vaheeda, Department of Botany. Sri. K J George- Department of
 Botany, Smt. V R Jayalakshmi- Department of Malayalam and Sri. K Kesavan-
 Department of Aquaculture was at the finishing stage of their PhD work by availing
        Research Programmes under FDP
         o K Kesavan, Department of Aquaculture:
              PhD programme
              Topic:   Toxicant   Induced   Antioxidant     Activity   in   Oreochromis
              Research Centre: Department of Marine Biology, CUSAT
          Guide: Dr. N.R. Menon
       o 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
       o 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
       o K.K. Vaheeda, Department of Botany:
           PhD programme
          Topic: Ecological Studies on the Brackish Waters of Kodungallur Area,
          Research Centre: U.C.College, M.G.University
          Guide: Dr. Thara K. Simon
8. Total number of seminars / workshops conducted:
        A Seminar was organized on 02-02-2007in connection with the
          inauguration of Mathematics Association. The Seminar topic was “Some
          basic concept of Conjectures in Mathematics”
        A Seminar on “Hornbill Haven” was conducted by Mr. K H Amitha
          Bachan, Department of Botany.
        A Seminar on “Application of Radio Isotopes in Medical Field” was
          conducted by Mr. Mohammed Shafeeq, (Our Alumnus and presently the
          tutor in Biophysics, Crescent Medical College, Kannur) was conducted on
          5th February 2007.
 A Seminar on „The Recent Amendments in Indian Companies Act‟ was
   conducted by Sri. K. Sreekrishnakumar (ACS).
 Dr. Shaji T P, the Pool Officer of KFRI has conducted a one day Seminar
   on “Biodiversity” on 31-01-2007. He showed a lot of photographs of wild
   animals and forest. The presentation was excellent and the students were
   highly impressed by his talks.
9. Research projects:
     a) Newly implemented
           o Sri.Pradeep Kumar, Dept.of Commerce
             Topic: Marketing of Aquaculture Products
             Amount released: Rs. 25,000/-
           o Sri. K M Ahamed,Dept. of Commerce
             Topic: Critical Study of the Problems of Mat Weavers in Kodungallur
             Amount released: Rs. 25,000/-
           o Name: K.J.George
             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.
     b) Completed :Nil
10. Patents generated, if any:
11. New collaborative research programmes:
12. Research grants received from various agencies:
     Rs.80,000/- From U G C
     Sri.K J George: Rs. 15,000/-
13. Details of Research Scholars:
       Research Programmes under FDP
           o K Kesavan, Department of Aquaculture:
              PhD programme
             Topic:   Toxicant    Induced    Antioxidant    Activity   in   Oreochromis
             Research Centre: Department of Marine Biology, CUSAT
    Guide: Dr. N.R. Menon
 o 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
 o 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
 o K.K. Vaheeda, Department of Botany:
    PhD programme
    Topic: Ecological Studies on the Brackish Waters of Kodungallur Area,
    Research Centre: U.C.College, M.G.University
    Guide: Dr. Thara K. Simon
Part-time Research works for PhD
 o N K Babu, Department of Commerce:
     PhD programme
    Topic: Role of BFI in the Industries of Kerala with special reference to
    Research Centre: Calicut University
 o K P Sumedhan, Department of Commerce:
    40% 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
           o P.K.Yaqoob (Principal) Department of Economics:
               50% of the research work completed
               Topic: Case for Interest Free Financial Institutions in Kerala
               Guide: Dr. K.C. Sankara Narayanan
               Research Centre: CUSAT
           o Amitha Bachan K H, Department of Botany:
               Topic: Riparian Flora of the chalakudy River Basin and its Ecological
               Guide: Dr. A.K. Pradeep, Department of Botany, University of Calicut.
               Research Centre: Department of Botany, Calicut University.
14. Criterion index of faculty members and impact factor
     Not applicable
15. Honors / Awards to the faculty
16. Internal resources generated

      Sl.No.                            Details                        Amount

           1       Special Fee                                          200529.00

           2       College Development Fund                             159500.00

           3       PTA                                                  162500.00

           4       College property                                       19294.00

           5       Hostel Rent                                          128821.00

           6       Donation                                               69000.00

           7       Alumni Association                                     48446.00

           8       Grant in aid from MES                                750000.00

                   Total                                               1538090
17. Details     of    departments      getting    SAP,     COSIST/DST,        FIST,   etc.
18. Community services:
            Service of our institution reaches the local community by the various
 activities undertaken by NSS, NCC and CSS. In addition, all the teaching and non-
 teaching staff contributed their one day salary to the Chief Ministers Tsunami Relief

 Activities of NSS:
            NSS Unit organized a „Rain My Life campaign‟ on 15th June 2006. K
           Sreedharan, Executive officer S N Puram Panchayath, was the Chief gust. He
           made an interesting talk on the importance of rain and its conservation.
            Under the guidance of the Department of Animal Husbandry and S N
           Puram Panchayath, Vaccination against „hoof disease‟ was organized in the
           college on 8th August. Veterinary doctors and live stock assistants examined
           the cattles. Foot and mouth vaccine were given to the needy.
            As part of the „Costal Conservation Programme‟, volunteers participated in
           the mass bamboo planting at the Munakkal Beach, Eriyad. The programme
           was jointly organized by the Forest research Institute- Peechi, Social Forestry
           Department- Thrissur and Eriyad Gramma Panchayath.
  Community services of NCC:
            NCC cadets used to donate blood to the poor patients on their request. In
           addition to that, the unit organises blood donation camp every year. NCC
           cadets ensure the participation of local public and other students in the blood
           donation activities. In that sense, cadets are donors as well as donor-
           Every year the unit observes Armed Forces Flag Day on 7th of December.
          All the cadets contribute generously to the Ex-service men, who dedicated their
          lives to the Nation.
           NCC Unit collected a fund as a relief measure to Mr. Maniappan, who was
          a victim of the terrorist activities and handed over the fund to his family
          through the NCC Directorate.
  Community services of CSS (Compulsory Social Service)
          CSS is a programme introduced by University of Calicut to the UG students of
          all the affiliated colleges. It is made mandatory for all UG students to undergo
          42 day‟s social service during the course of three year period of their study. In
          this college, the class tutors are in charge of this programme. The certificates
          are issued by the university as per the reports from the Principal.
           During the monsoon period, students participated in the flood relief work in
          the flood affected areas of SN Puram Grama Panchayath
           Participated in the maintenance work of local roads
           Students donated blood to the needy patients
           Engaged coaching classes for educationally backward students of GUP
          School, P.Vemballur
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         PRASANTH.C.P                          Biophysics
      4         SALINI.T.S                            Commerce
      5         SEFIYA                                Commerce
      6         RAMLATH.K.A                           Commerce
      7       JABIN.T.H                           Computer Application
      8       SHINA.T.S                           Malayalam
      9       JAMSHEENA.C.B                       Aquaculture
      10      SMITHA.N                            English
      11      JEENA VEERUKUTTY                    English
      12      K.G.SUMAN                           English
      13      SHIJI IBRAHIM                       English
      14      SHINI IBRAHIM                       English
      15      FEMI.K.HANEEF                       Botany
      16      SWEETY.M.S                          Botany
      17      FASILA.P.K                          Botany
      18      AMITHA BACHAN.K.H                   Botany
      19      ROOPA.D.PRABHU                      Mathematics
      20      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: 60:27

     Permanent teachers     :40

     Guest lecturers        :20

     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         : 1398
 Amount spent                   : Rs.4,97,924/-
 New periodicals / Journals added to the library
 1. Competition Refresher
 2. Vagarth monthly
 3. Literary Half Yearly
 4. Current Science
 Total Number of Journals and Periodicals subscribed      : 54
 Amount spent for Journals and Periodicals                : Rs.22528/-
 Books purchased under SC / ST remedial coaching scheme
 No.of books purchased          : 364
 Amount spent for books         : Rs.1,80,000/-
 Amount spent for furniture     : Rs.20000/-
 Books purchased under SC / ST Entry in Service Scheme
 No.of books purchased          : 778
 Amount spent for books         : Rs.2,25,000/-
 Amount spent for furniture     : Rs.25000/-
 Books purchased for Certificate Course in Human Rights and Duties in Education
 No.of books purchased          : 12
 Amount spent for books         : Rs.11,740/-
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 concerned teachers 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 the concerned committees for implementation.
24. Unit cost of education:
                 Sl.No Head of Account           Total   Expenditure Total Expenditure

                                                 including      salary. 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.5876.3/-

     Unit cost (including salary) = Rs.17860.2/-

     (Total number of students = 938)

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 work is also computerized. Examination results and issue of certificates are
  done by the University.
26.Increase in the infrastructural facilities:
          During the year 2005-06, we started the construction work of Students Centre
  and Cafeteria. The proposed area accommodates Counseling Centre, Placement Cell,
  Cafeteria and Dining Hall for staff and students. Total estimated amount of Rs.839470
  is sanctioned from UGC under Xth plan assistance for building construction.
27. Technology up-gradation:
             Plan to re-modify and renovate the existing Language Lab
             Proposal for LAN connectivity in the campus
             Completion of new computer lab
             Tissue culture lab
             Green house
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.
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;       Name of Assistance                        Number            Amount
   1            MES Scholarship                              1                 1800
   2            Fishermen Scholarship                        9                30581
   3            Beedi Workers Scholarship                    1                 3000
   4            SC                                          112              374560
   5            ST                                           14              196224
   6            OEC                                          93              241543
   7            Alumni                                       40               20000
   8            PTA                                          32               21500
   9            P.G.Govindan Nair Endowment                  3                 1100
  10            SAF (Students Aid Fund)                    14                 5110
                        TOTAL                             319          Rs. 895418
          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:
 1. Medicinal Herbal Garden: - A high point in the functioning of the Association has
 been the setting up of a herbal garden for medicinal plants. Two hundred varieties of
 herbs find place in the garden.
 2. Scholarship: the Association gives scholarship on merit cum means basis every
 year through sponsorship. This year 40 such scholarships of Rs.500 each were
 3. To make the campus a litter free zone, the Association has put up dustbins at
 various points in the campus.
 4. October 2nd is celebrated as the Alumni Day and Family meet in every year.
 Various cultural activities, distribution of awards etc. are the functions of the meet.
 The meet provided a good platform for the alumni to relieve with nostalgia, the „good
 old days‟ spent in the college.
 5. The Association is making efforts to compile a directory of its former students.
 Data collection is almost complete. It is hoped that the directory will be an invaluable
 source of information to one and all.
31.Activities and support from the Parent – Teacher Association
          Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) of this college is a very vibrant body
 which actively assists students in their curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular
 activities. Through PTA, a sum of Rs.21,500 were given to 32 students as scholarship.
 Financial assistance is provided by the PTA for the conduct of terminal examination,
 participation in zonal and inter zone cultural and sports competitions. It also helped in
 developing student centered facilities like providing books to the department libraries,
helping in conducting seminars, quiz competitions and other academic activities. A
part of the PTA fund is also utilized for disbursing the salary of a few guest lecturers.
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:
           During the academic year 2006-07 College team participated meritoriously
  in sports and games competitions at District, State and University levels.
          College boxing team bagged one silver, four Bronze medals in the calicut
  university intercollegiate inter-zone boxing champion ship.
          College team also participated in the Inter collegiate championship in
  Volleyball, cricket, shuttle badminton, kabaddi, tennis etc.
          The Annual athletic meet was celebrated on 05-01-2007 and Inter house
  competitions were also completed in various games.
          The meet was inaugurated by Mr. Yoosuf master, Secretary, Thrissur District
  Volleyball Association.
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:
   Miss.Lakshmi Kaimal won University First rank in M.Com
   Bushra AM won University First rank in MSc. Plant Science
   Sreelakshmi TS won First rank in BSc. Aquaculture
   Ajila MA won Second rank in BSc. Aquaculture
   Sabitha.KS won Third rank in BSc. Aquaculture
   Shabna KI won First rank in BSc. Biophysics
   College boxing team bagged one silver, four Bronze medals in the Calicut
     University intercollegiate inter-zone boxing championship
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 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. Career outsourcing
  agencies and IT firms used to conduct selection procedure in our campus.
  Publications like „Thozhil Vartha‟, „Labor India‟ etc. are subscribed in the library for
  providing information to the students about the job opportunities. Career guidance
  classes are provided occasionally by CIGI (Centre for Information and Guidance
38. Development programmes for non-teaching staff:
   Periodic revision of office order on the basis of rotation
   Interaction of non-teaching staff with the officials of MES central college
   Training in the software‟s installed in the office and library
39. Healthy practices of the institution:
   ACBAA – Alumni Association of Botany Department Meeting – Every IInd
     Saturday of the month of August
  The final year students were sent to Central Institute of Fisheries Technology
     (CIFT) , Cochin for 10 day training on “Quality Control Aspects in Sea Food”
     from 9 to 21st April 2007
  Campus and class room cleaning as a part of CSS works.
  Encouraging students to participate in all type of Co-curricular activities.
  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.
40. Linkages developed with National/ International, academic /Research bodies

    Sl.No.    Name of the Firm                           Department
    1         CMFRI                                      Aquaculture
    2         CIFT                                       Aquaculture
    3         NIO (National Institute of Oceanography)   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
41. Any other relevant information the institution wishes to add:
                 Mu Oth OE SC ST FC TO
                                     Under   Graduate Course - 2006-07
                 slim er C          TA
            No s14C    61 34 32    4L27
            fro     3                 4
            stu                 5     5
            m                        27
            den                       9

                              Post Graduate Course - 2006-07
                             Other    OEC    SC       ST       FC       TOTAL
            No of students       13               7                 2           40
            from same
            No of students                                 1                    1
            from other
            Total                                                               41
           Course             Students               Students         Percentage of
                              Appeared                Passed              Pass
    M Com                        18                     14                78%
    M A English                  13                     11                85%
    M Sc. Botany                 12                      9                75%
    B Com                        52                     42                81%
    B Sc. Aquaculture            17                     17               100%
    B Sc. Mathematics            29                     24                83%
    B A Economics                43                     41                95%
    B A English                  26                     26               100%
    B Sc. Biophysics             20                     17                85%
    B Sc. Botany                 20                     12                75%

    Name                  Importance                    Purpose of visit      Date
    Mr.Zafar Ali Naqvi    Chairman, Standing            As part of visit of   9.04.06
                          Committee on National         Minority Commission
                          Monitoring Committee for      in Kerala state
                          Minorities' Education
    Mr.K.K.Aboobacker     MES State President and       As part of visit of   9.04.06
                          Member, Standing              Minority Commission
                          Committee on National         in Kerala state
                          Monitoring Committee for
                          Minorities' Education
    Ishaqui Jamkharwala   Member, Standing              As part of visit of   9.04.06
                          Committee on National         Minority Commission
                          Monitoring Committee for      in Kerala state
                          Minorities' Education
    Mrs Sabra Habeeb      Member, Standing              As part of visit of   9.04.06
                          Committee on National         Minority Commission
                          Monitoring Committee for      in Kerala state
                          Minorities' Education
Mr.Hisham Siddiqui    Member, Standing               As part of visit of   9.04.06
                      Committee on National          Minority Commission
                      Monitoring Committee for       in Kerala state
                      Minorities' Education
Smt. Prema Prasad                                    Inaugurate the
V.D                   Advocate & Social Activist     College               9.11.06
                                                     Union Activities
                                                     Inauguration of
Mr.Paul.T.John        Dist. Volleyball Association   Annual                06.2.07
                      President                      Athletic meet
                                                     To conduct Road
Mr. D.Muraleedharan   S.I, DIG Office, Thrissur      safety                12.3.07
                                                     Awareness class
          Dr. Ignatious C A attended the refresher course in “Biotechnology and
             bioinformatics” organized by the Academic Staff College, University of
             calicut from 28-09-2006 to 18-10-2006
          Dr. V M Asma attended a refresher course on „Biotechnology and
             bioinformatics‟ held at Calicut University from 28th September to 18th
             October 2006.
          Dr. B S Harikumaran Thambi attended a refresher course in September at
             Calicut University.
          Smt. Sandhya Gopinath attended a Refresher Course in Theatre Arts
             sponsored by ASC, Thiruvananthapuram from 17-04-2006 to 08-05-
          Smt. Bindu Jamal attended a Refresher Course in „Comparative
             Literature‟ sponsored by ASC, Thiruvananthapuram from 11-08-2006 to

             As suggested in the UGC IXth Plan Approach to Promotion of Human
    Rights Education in Universities and colleges, 1998(paragraph 5.4.2 at p. 12), the
    Certificate Course in Human Rights and Duties is for a short duration of 3 to 6
    months. It aims to orient teachers, law enforcement personnel, those working or
    associated with NGOs and others directly engaged in the promotion of human
    rights and duties.
             Being a short duration orientation course, the course content, through its 6
    units, encompasses principal aspects of the concept; historical, philosophical, and
    social perspectives; the normative and institutional mechanisms of UN and a focus
    on India and its human rights problems.
    Finally it stresses the need for internalizing the human rights and duties culture.
  Course Content
             Values: Dignity, liberty, equality, justice, unity and diversity
             Inherent, inalienable, Universal and indivisible
             Classification of rights
             Classification of duties
             Correlation of rights and duties
             Changing dimensions of human rights and duties
             Theories of human rights
             Social movements
             UN system and human rights
             Universal Declaration of Human Rights 1948
     Beneficiaries          : 30 students
     Resource persons       : Two Advocates and one Lecturer in Politics
     Amount spent           : Rs.35,000/-
       Sri.V M George, Department of commerce attended in a Seminar on
         „Marketing Aspects of Developing Countries‟ on 16th December 2006 at
         St. Joseph College Irinjalakkuda.
       Dr. V M Asma participated in the workshop on „Biodiversity
         Conservation of Medical Plant and Revitalization of Basic Phiylomedical
         Health Care System of Kerala‟- held from 10th to 11th June 2006 at Christ
         college, Irinjalakkuda.
       Dr. V M Asma participated the one day workshop on „Wet Lands of
         Kerala‟ held on 2nd February 2007 at St. Thomas college Thrissur
       Lt.V S Jayan attended the National Seminar on “Nano Technology- An
         Overview” organized by the department of Physics, KKTM Govt.
         College, Pullut on 12th and 13th March 2007.
       Smt. V Shylaja attended a National seminar on „Algebra‟ sponsored by
         Director of Collegiate Education at KKTM Govt. College, Pullut on 20th
       Smt. V Shylaja attended a three day National seminar on „Recent Trends
         in Mathematics‟ sponsored by UGC at MES, Kalladi from 15to 17March.
       Smt. Lucy Joseph attended a National Seminar on „Regional Literature in
         English Translation‟ sponsored by the Department of English at SKV
         College, Thrissur on 23rd and 24th November 2006.
       Smt. Bindu Jamal attended a Seminar on „Modern Trends in the Training
         of Language and Literature‟ sponsored by Maharajas College, Ernakulam
         on 26th and 27th February 2007.
       Final year students of the Department of Aquaculture visited the National
         Fish Seed Farm at Malampuzha for two days training in carp seed
         production on 28th and 29th June 2006. The Aquaculture association took
         steps for visiting various hatcheries and Shrimp processing plants at
         Ernakulam on 13th and 14th December 2006. They also visited the
         CMFRI, Ernakulam on 2nd February2007.The final year students also
         went for a study tour to Kanyakumari on 30-11-2006.
       This year 2 study tours are conducted by the Commerce department.
          III B Com regular students and II PG students
       Final year B Sc students of the Department of Mathematics conducted a
         tour to Mysore, Bangalore on 3rd December 2006 and returned on 6th
         December 2006.
       Taxonomy students of 3rd semester MSc, conducted a study tour headed
         by Mr. K H Amithab Bachan and Mrs. Fasila. 12 students were present
                  for the tour and visited Vazhachal, Munnar and Thekkady from 28 to 31
                 Algal collection at Thikkody: - Mr. Mohammed Nasser along with Mr.
                  Satheesh and 12 MSc students visited Thikkody beach on 12thNovember
                  2006 for algal collection. Specimens are collected and prepared a
              Students in the Bio Physics department conducted a two day tour to
                  Munnar on March 07.
              The final year students of the Department of Economics and English
                  jointly organized a tour to Banglore.
     Sl.   Name                 Class            Empl-    Teac-    Pvt     Self     Other
     No                                          oyed     hing     Job     emp-
loyed       1 Suja.P.F MCom          √       2 Preetha.M.P MCom           √       3 Jintu.T.S MCo
m       √        4 Sajith.T.S BA
English       √         5 Najeeba.E.K MCom         √       6 Imran.N.K BA
English            Trainee in                  Merchant Navy    7 Ishak.V.A BA
English       √         8 Ameen Ummar.K.B BA Economics               Trainee in
                    Shipping Company     9 Sarika.K.V MSc Plant
Sc.       √        10 Sunil.K.T.S BSc Aquaculture         √      11 Riyab.P.B BSc
Biophysics       √         12 A.A.Gafoor BA Economics          √      13 Shiji.M.V BSc
Maths     √           14 Rajendran.O.R BSc Biophysics        √        15 Balu.E.S BSc
Biophysics       √         16 Jismi Abdulkader BCom       √        17 Jameel
Ali BCom       √          18 Niteesh.N.K MCom √                19 Febin Abdulsalim BA
English √               20 Anesha.E.M BA English     √          21 Shamitha.K.A MSc Plant
Sc.    √

Sl. Class Name PG in PG in B.Ed MBA MCA Other                    No       Asmabi other
Inst          Courses   1 BA
Economics Vinoora.KM         √            2    Silpa.KV      √              3    Mohamme
Shaffi.KA               MSW      4   Lemees.P.A      √              5    Baseema.P.A
           TTC    6    Nimeesh.MH       √            7   Sajna.VY         √            8
Jinshad.CK               Multimedia
Course      9   Rajeesh.CS     √            10    Rijoy.KJ     √              11    Hitha.
NH       √             1 BA
English Divya.E.D         √          2    Teena.E.R        √           3     Rinidaha.K.A
     √            4   Harshitha.VS √                 5   Varsha.RV √                     6
  Saira Ibrahim √                 7  Sajna.K.A √                  8    Aswathy
Salimkumar                TTC    9   Sebeena.PB        √            10    Bincy.VV
       JDC        11     Kavitha.KS                       JDC       12     Pasha.PP                     TTC       1
3    Noorjahan.MB               √               14      Lisa.KL                     TTC      15     Sajeena.PA
                 Computer Course            16     Fowmya Jabbar                         TTC     17       Soumya
Sreedhar.V            √               18     Radhika.PN          √                  19     Rasna
Abdulkareem             √                20     Shajeena.PJ             √              21    Simi.TS         √
           22      Jinimol.AV          √                 23      Fathima.TS          √                24      Faris
abi.KA           √              1 Aqua Refais.PA               √                 2      Jamshina        √
                              1 BCom Saritha.CA √                                                        2     Sid
hik.E.S                   CA       3      Ameena Hamsa.C                         Master
Accountiong         4    Muzammil.PS             √                  5     Muhammad
Sanal.PM               √           6      Rias.PA                     GNIIT       7      Ambili.PH         √
          8     Prasiya.KP         √                  9      Simmi.AA         √                  10      Soumya.
AK             √           11       Reshmi.KR                 √           12     Rajeesa.VC                      P
GDCA        13       Neethu Nandan                       PG In HRM          14      Rasheed
Khan.CA         √                  15      Fazil.KM                      Computer
Course      16       Rashid.VA                     CA        17      Anisha.PP         √                18      Mi
sbah Salih.VS         √                  19     Mohammed
Ashraf.PA         √                  20      Shanith.K.Shamsu                 √            1
Biophysics Kannan Haridas                           MBBS          2      Abdul
Offar.EA              √            3      Nithin.TU        √                 4      Bhavana.K.B          √
      5      Soumya.CV           √                  6      Atlin.TE       √                  1
Botany Ramshad.MK                             DMLT         2     Faseela.MM                      D
Pharm       3     Shaija.PK                     D
Pharm       4     Manju.P.S         √                  5      Jassena.P.J       √                 6     Shifanath
.A.A      √                 7       Sayana.KA                       Computer Course          1 BSc
Maths Sanoop.A.C                          Poly
technic      2     Shihab.A.U                √           3      Saleena.T.A            √              4      Saree
na.NA        √                 5      Jubeena CA          √                 6      Arifa
Yoosaf           √              7      Sajna.KA            √              8     Dilna.KA            √
9    Fousiya.KA             √                10     Shinitha.VD            √               11     Sali.KS
  √              12      Roshni
Rasak                 √       13       Vijitha.KB            √              14      Bismilla
Safariya       √                 15       Ligi.KB        √                 16      Sini.KM        √
  17     Shafna.VI           √                1         MA
English Harshitha.VS                √              2      Varsha.RV            √               3    Haseena.M
H        √               4     Sujitha.MI            √                5    Saira
Ibrahim           √              6      Drishya Dileep            √               7      Sameera
Haneef           √              8      Dhanya
Balan.T           √              9      Shibimol.KS             √              1
MCom Praveena.G                 √               2     Femina.VM                         Computer
Course                                    1 MSc Suhana.K                  √

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 de-linked from the College during 2000-01. After the de-linking,
we have started two courses, one at 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 sister institutions like MES
Public School, MES Higher Secondary School etc. Our Auditorium has also accommodated 24
families for 5 days who were evacuated from their homes due to Tsunami disaster. A public
meeting participated by the members of various political parties and social service organizations
of this area, attended by local MLA and MP, and was also conducted in the Auditorium to chalk
out the rehabilitation schemes of Tsunami victims.
We have a spacious College ground comprising volleyball, basketball, lawn tennis, Kabaddi and
football court. It is also used for conducting athletic events. These

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