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ANNUAL REPORT 2013 UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT ADMINISTRATION
ANNUAL REPORT
2013
ADMINISTRATION
UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT
Editorial Committee:
The Vice Chancellor
The Registrar
The Finance Officer
The Publication Officer
The Public Relations Officer
Sri. R. S. Panicker, Member, Syndicate
Sri. T. V. Ibrahim, Member, Syndicate
Sri. Abraham P. Mathew, Member, Syndicate
Sri . Sivaraman, Member, Syndicate
Sri. K. A. Siraj, Member, Syndicate
Dr. Usha, Dept. of Education
Dr. Muhammedali N., Dept. of Mass Communication & Journalism
Dr. Anil Vallathol, Dept. of Malayalam
Dr. Umer Thasneem, Dept. of English
Dr. P. Raveendran, Dept. of Chemistry
Prof. N. Ramani, Dept of Zoology
Prof. K. K. Eliyas, Dept. of Bio-Technology
Prof. K. Retnaraj, Dept. of Economics
Asst. Supdt. i/c of Supdt., Calicut University Press
Joint Registrar, Pl. D (Convenor)
CUP 10299/14/400
Foreword
In the exhilarating times we live in, Universities have a vital role to perform. The traditional
notion of Universities as generators and disseminators of knowledge has now been overhauled to
encompass their more challenging roles as engines of social enlightenment and reform. Meeting
these challenges require a re-articulation of the old templates and paradigms. This is the task Calicut
University has committed itself to in the last few years. The challenges before us have been as
enormous as our resolve to overcome them. Fortunately, we were amply assisted in this by our
supporters, well-wishers, sympathizers, staff, teachers, students and even discerning critics.
Established in 1968, Calicut University is now one of the premier institutions of higher learning
in the country. It is the largest University in Kerala and in terms of student intake –which now works
out to nearly 300000- one of the largest in India. The revised policies of the University lay greater
emphasis on research and allied activities. In order to enhance the quality and output of research, the
University collaborates with national-level institutions like Institute of Astrophysics, Bangalore; Indian
Institute of Spices Research, Kozhikode; C-MET, Trissur and National Institute of Oceanography, Goa.
A competent teaching staff orientated towards research and innovation, a disciplined and
focussed student community and a team of committed supporting staff are the ingredients of
excellence. Over the past few years the University has invested heavily in these vital areas. Several
programmes have been launched to make the university more student-centred and academic-friendly.
Thanks to the heavy investment in these areas the University now has the distinction of being the first
fully digitized University in the country.
Managing an institution of these proportions has been a veritable task. But signs have been
encouraging and many of the issues related to exam schedules and publication of results have been
effectively sorted out. Measures are afoot to modernize the examination process and further
enhancements in this area are at a blueprint stage. Publication of results and issuing of original
certificates are now done in a swift and effective manner that the graduates of the university now get
ample time to register for postgraduate courses in other Universities and higher educational
institutions. This had been a matter of grave concern in the University for the last two decades and
all those who helped sort out the issues can now pat themselves on their back. In 2013 Calicut was the
first University in Kerala to publish the graduate exam results thanks to our investments in digitization
and staff-training.
In sports and co-curricular activities too our achievements have been significant. The University
football team emerged as the national champion, after a gap of many years. For the first time in its
history, the University held a separate art-fest for students under Distance Education Scheme.
This Annual Report is a chronicle of the University’s activities during the year 2013. The academic
activities, events and achievements of the teaching and research departments of the University and
the affiliated colleges are briefly presented here.
Dr. M. Abdul Salam
Vice Chancellor
CONTENTS
List of Senate Members ............................................................................................................................................. 11
Members of the Syndicate ........................................................................................................................................ 15
Introduction ............................................................................................................................................................... 17
Organizational Chart ................................................................................................................................................. 18
Facts & Figures ......................................................................................................................................................... 19
Supporting Services ................................................................................................................................................. 20
Office bearers of the University union ................................................................................................................... 22
Academic Staff College ............................................................................................................................................ 24
Administration ........................................................................................................................................................... 26
Art & Photography Unit ............................................................................................................................................. 27
C.H. Mohammed Koya Library .................................................................................................................................. 28
Calicut University Press ............................................................................................................................................ 31
College Development Council ................................................................................................................................... 32
Dean of Students Welfare ........................................................................................................................................ 34
Department of Physical Education ............................................................................................................................ 35
Election Section ......................................................................................................................................................... 36
Educational Multi Media Research Centre ................................................................................................................ 36
Engineering Department ............................................................................................................................................ 40
Finance ...................................................................................................................................................................... 42
General and Academic Branch- I ............................................................................................................................. 44
General and Academic Branch- II ............................................................................................................................. 45
Hostel for Women ..................................................................................................................................................... 45
Information and Public Relations Wing ..................................................................................................................... 46
Internal Quality Assurance Cell ................................................................................................................................ 47
Lakshadweep Cell .................................................................................................................................................... 47
Men’s Hostel .............................................................................................................................................................. 48
National Service Scheme .......................................................................................................................................... 48
Pareeksha Bhavan ................................................................................................................................................... 52
Planning & Development Branch .............................................................................................................................. 55
Publication Division ................................................................................................................................................... 56
Purchase Division ..................................................................................................................................................... 57
School of Distance Education .................................................................................................................................. 57
University Employment Information & Guidance Bureau .......................................................................................... 59
University Health Centre ........................................................................................................................................... 60
University Science Instrumentation Centre .............................................................................................................. 61
CHAIRS
Chair for Christian Studies and Research ................................................................................................................ 64
Chair for Gandhian Studies & Research .................................................................................................................. 65
Chair for Islamic Studies & Research ....................................................................................................................... 67
Chair for Maritime Studies ......................................................................................................................................... 67
EMS Chair for Marxian Studies & Research ............................................................................................................. 67
Sanathanadharma Peethom ...................................................................................................................................... 67
Vaikom Muhammed Basheer Chair ........................................................................................................................... 68
APPENDIX
Details of Teaching Staff ....................................................................................................................................... 70
Details of Non-Teaching Staff .............................................................................................................................. 73
Details of Contract Staff ...................................................................................................................................... 99
Details of Pensioners ........................................................................................................................................... 110
Annual Report 2013 - Administration
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LIST OF SENATE MEMBERS
1
The Chancellor
Raj Bhavan, Thiruvananthapuram
2
The Pro-Chancellor
Minister for Education Govt. of Kerala
3.
The Vice-Chancellor
University of Calicut. P.O.,
Calicut University.
4.
The Pro-Vice-Chancellor
University of Calicut, P.O Calicut University.
5.
The Finance Secretary
Government Secretariat, Thiruvananthapuram.
6.
The Director of public Instruction
Government Secretariat, Thiruvananthapuram.
7.
The Director of Collegiate Education
Government Secretariat, Thiruvananthapuram.
8.
The Secretary to Government General Education Department
Government Secretariat, Thiruvananthapuram.
9.
The Secretary to Government Higher Education Department
Government Secretariat, Thiruvananthapuram.
10. The Secretary Information Technology IT Department,
Government Secretariat, Thiruvananthapuram.
11. The Director of Technical Education
Government Secretariat, Thiruvananthapuram.
12. The Chairman, State Advisory Board of Education.
Government Secretariat, Thiruvananthapuram.
13. The Mayor of Calicut Corporation Office, Kozhikode.
14. Dr. E. Manogem
HoD, Dept. of Life Long Learning & Extension
University of Calicut
Mobile: 9895325917 Office: 0494 2407360
Resi: 0495 – 2768817 e-mail: [email protected]
15. Dr. Moly Kuruvilla
Associate Professor & Reader
in-Charge of Director Centre for Women’s Studies
& Director in-charge of Academic Staff College
Calicut University 673 635
Mobile: 9495316308Office: 0494 2407366
Resi: 0495 316308 e-mail: [email protected]
19. Dr. Mohammadunni Alias Mustafa M.N.
Assistant Professor, HoD, (Dept. of Education)
School of Distance Education
20. Dr. Vasudevan T. M., Associate Professor & HoD
Dept. of Library and Infn. Science University of Calicut
Mobile: 9446418742 Office: 0494 2407380 Resi: 400833494
e-mail: [email protected]
21. Dr. M. V. Joseph ProfessorDept. of Biotechnology
University of Calicut-673 635 Mobile: 09746307967
Office : 0494 2407403, 2407404 Resi : 0494 2401500
e-mail : [email protected]
22. Dr. Reji. M. Varghese
HOD, Dept. of Agadatantra, Vaidyaratnam Ayurveda College,
Ollur, Thrissur Mobile: 9847116770 Office : 0487 2252503
Resi: 0487 2250985 e-mail : [email protected]
23. Dr. P. R. Sreemahadevan Pillai Professor & Head of the
Dept., Dept. of Civil Engineering, NSS College of
Engineering, Palakkad - 678008 Mobile: 9447056075
Office : 0491 2555255 Resi : 0491 2556079
e-mail : [email protected]
24. Dr. R. Krishnan
‘Aishwarya’, 33/4009, Malaparamba, Kozhikode – 673 009
Mobile : 9847440155 Resi : 0495 2371013
e-mail : [email protected]
25. The Chairman of the University Union
Mobile: 9037000810, 9567709060
Office: 0494 2400287, Resi : 0483 2868820
e-mail: [email protected]
26. Dr. Sunny Lukose
Govt. College, Munduparambu P.O., Malappuram 676 509
27. Dr. M. Usman
Principal, Amal College of Advanced Studies,
Eranhimangad P.O., Nilambur, Malappuram – 679 329
Mobile: 9447255581 Office: 04931 207055 Resi: 04832 52872
e-mail: [email protected]
28. Fr. Dr. Jose. T. M.
CMI, Christ Monastery, Irinjalakuda, Thrissur – 680 125
Mobile: 09349823372 Office: 0480 2820005, 2825258
Resi: 0480 2828241 e-mail: [email protected]
16. Dr. Kannan V. M. Associate Professor & HoD
Dept. of ZoologyUniversity of Calicut -673 635
Mobile: 9388157623 Office : 0494 2407 320
Resi : 9388157623 e-mail : [email protected]
29. Sri. K. Vidyasagar
Principal, Govt. Engineering College, Sreekrishnapuram, Palakkad
Mobile: 9446029836 Office: 9400006412
Resi: 9446029836, 0487 2323117 e-mail: [email protected]
17. Dr. Sakeer Hussain V. P.
Chembayil House, Moonniyur South P.O.Malappuram Dt.
Mobile: 09447383611 Office: 0494 2407551
Resi: 0494 2464054 e-mail: [email protected]
30. Dr. T. A. Abdul Majeed
Principal, MAMO College, Manasseri P.O.Mukkam – 673 602
Mobile: 9446254092
18. Dr. Muhammadali N.
HoD, Dept. of Journalism & Mass Communication
Mobile: 9961566725 Office: 0494 2401042
Resi: 09961566725 e-mail: [email protected]
31. Prof. Dr. V. H. Abdul Salam
Principal, MES Engineering College, Kuttippuram,
Thrikkanapuram P.O., Malappuram Dt –679 573
Mobile: 9895017711 Office: 0494-3051111
Resi: 04943051101 e-mail: [email protected]
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32. Sri. E. K. Vijayan MLA
EK House, Muthuvana, P.O. Payyoli
Angadi (via), Kozhikode – 673 523
Mobile: 9447426175 Office: Resi: 0496 2536389
e-mail: [email protected]
46. Salahudheen P. M.
Assistant Professor, Dept. of History
MES Mampad College, Mampad
Mobile: 9846507655 Resi: 04924238498
e-mail: [email protected]
33. Sri. K. N. A. Khader MLA
Kannanavil (H) Ottathara Kodur P.O., Malappuram 676 504
Mobile: 9846256060 Office: 0984625606,
Resi: 0483 2752560 e-mail: [email protected]
47. Dr. Sreedharan T. K.
Tanal, Annara, Tirur - 676101
Mobile: 9446280137 Office: 0494 2666077 Resi: 0494 2431215
e-mail: [email protected]
34. Dr. K. T. Jaleel MLA
Ghazal, Thozhuvanur P.O. Valanchery, Malappuram - 676 557
Mobile : 9895073107 Office : 0471 2512578,
Resi : 0494 2644258 e-mail : [email protected]
48. Muhammed Aslam N. K.
Professor Gr. II, Darunnajath Arabic College Karuvarakundu,
Malappuram Dt. 676 523
Mobile: 9446632570 Office: 04931280096 Resi: 04832765570
e-mail: [email protected]
35. Sri. T. N. Prathapan MLA
‘Thottungal’, Thalikkulam P.O.Thrissur - 680 569
Mobile: 9447066717, 9496101010 Office: 0480 2893600
Resi: 0487 2600717 e-mail: [email protected]
49. Dr. P. S. Feroze
SreelakshmiII Street, Plawinkkoottam Road, P.O. Viyyoor
Thrissur – 680 010 Mobile: 9446092632
Office: 0487 2391246 Resi: 0487 2322632
e-mail: [email protected]
36. Sri. Purushan Kadalundi MLA
Thanal, Thondayad, Chevarambalam P.O., Kozhikode – 17
50. Dr. Joby Thomas K.
Associate Professor, Dept. of Chemistry,
St. Thomas College, Thrissur – 680 001
Mobile : 09847177695, 09497773468
Office: 0487 2420435 Resi: 0487 2320529
e-mail: [email protected] m
37. Sri. I. C. Balakrishnan MLA
MLA Office, Sulthan Bathery, Bathery P.O., Wayanad – 673 592
Mobile: 9947675080
38. Prof. Dr. Fathimathu Zuhara K.
Professor of Micro Biology, Department Life Sciences,
University of Calicut Mobile : 9446252428
Office : 0494 2407409, 0494 2407410
Resi : 0495 2769083 e-mail : [email protected]
51. Sri. Sebastian Joseph
Symphony, Ukken Movie Road, Cherur P.O., Thrissur – 680 008
Mobile: 9447201159 Office: 0480 2825258
e-mail: [email protected]
39. Dr. M. Manoharan
Professor, Statistics Department, University of Calicut
40. Dr. T. M. Vijayan
Professor, History Department, University of Calicut
52. K. O. Francis
Associate Professor, Commerce ,
Christ College, Irinjalakuda
41. C. R. Murukan Babu
Chittakkattu House K.S.H.B.
III Street, Chalakudy P.O., Thrissur – 680 307
Mobile: 919495224389 Office: 0480 2701636
Resi: 0480 2709007
e-mail: [email protected], [email protected]
53. Sr. Marriette A. Theratil
Associate Professor, Dept. of Hindi, Vimala College,
Thrissur - 680009 Mobile: 9497655642
Office: 0487 332080 Resi:0487 2332380
e-mail: [email protected]
54. R. Bindu
Thejaswini, Harisree Nagar, Thrikkumaramkudam,
Ayyanthole P.O.Thrissur - 680 003 Mobile: 9496371755
Office: 0487 380535 Resi: 0487 2384910
42. M. Unnikrishnan
Utsav, SMR Gardens, Olavakkode, Palakkad – 678 002
Mobile : 9446033559, Resi : 0491 2553559
e-mail : [email protected]
55. V. Venugopalakrishna Kurup
Vishnu Sruthi, Parlikkad P. O., Wadakkancherry,
Thrissur – 680 623 Mobile: 9447350890
Office : 0466 2244206 Resi: 04884 237115
e-mail : [email protected]
43. Dr. C. P. Baby Sheeba
‘Abhayam’, Krishnan Nair Road, Karuvissery P.O.
Kozhikode – 10 Mobile: 9495760561 Office : 0495 2320694
Resi: 04952376411 e-mail: [email protected]
44. Imbichikoya Koutyamakanakam
Koutyamakanakam House, J.M. Road, Ponnani Nagaram P.O.
Malappuram 679 583 Mobile : 9847163814
Office : 0495 2320694 Resi : 0494 2667389
e-mail: [email protected]
56. V. K. Sudhakaran
Sopanam, Asharithara Road, Koppam, Palakkad - 678 001
Mobile: 9447943003 Office: 0466 2244382
Resi: 0491 2547340
57. Dr. P. R. Suresh
Professor, Mechanical Engineering Dept.,
NSS College of Engineering, Palakkad – 678 008
Mobile: 9495250759 Office: 0491 2554355, 2555255
Resi: 0487 2357370 e-mail: [email protected]
45. K. O. Vargheese
Professor, Civil Engineering, Govt. Engg. College,
Thrissur - 9 Mobile : 9447666928, Resi : 0484 2606403
e-mail : [email protected]
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58. K. M. Naseer
Hemantham, Nochad Post, Kozhikode 673 614
Mobile: 9846506121 Office: 0495 2440660 Resi: 0496 610491
e-mail : [email protected]
71. Antu P. J.
Pallikkunnath House, Santhi Nagar, Nellikkunnu, Thrissur 680 005
Mobile: 9446455384 Office: 0487 2420435 Resi: 9746889798
e-mail: [email protected]
59. D. P. Godwin Samraj
Associate Professor, Dept. of History, Malabar
Christian College, Calicut
Mobile: 9447639741 Office: 0495 2765677
Resi: 0495 2760254 e-mail: [email protected]
60. P. V. Krishnakumar
Nandanam, Kunhinamparamba, Sellera Road, Malaparamba,
Calicut – 9 Mobile: 9447638463
Office: 0495 2331516 Resi: 0495 2374988
e-mail: [email protected]
72. Rajeevan K. K.
Senior Clerk, Govt. Arts & Science College,
P. O. Meenchanda, Kozhikode – 18 Mobile: 9947773769
Office: 0495 2320694 Resi: 9746820025
e-mail: [email protected]
61. Dr. D. K. Babu
Associate Professor, Chemistry,
Zamorin’s Guruvayurappan College, Kozhikode
62. Valsan N. K.
Vasaram, Cheruvannur P.O., Meppayur, Kozhikode – 673 524
Mobile: 9846487227 Office: 0496 2775320 Resi: 0496 2775280
e-mail: [email protected]
63. Vallanchira Muhammadali
Chairman, Manjeri Municipality, Manjeri, Malappuram Dt
Mobile: 9847116197 Office: 9847116197 Resi: 2100444
64. T. T. Sivadas
Tharayil (H), Kaveed, Kottappadi, Thrissur – 680 505
Mobile: 9946787800 Office: 0487 2555656 Resi: 0487 2555555
e-mail: [email protected]
65. V. K. Sreekandan
Krishna Nivas, Shornur – 679 122 Palakkad
Mobile : 9447035000 Resi : 04662223525
e-mail : [email protected]
66. T. Hamza
Thazhethodi Meppadi P.O.Wayanad -673 577
Mobile : 9847806882 Office: 0493 6282422
Resi : 0493 6282209 e-mail : [email protected]
67. Adv. M. Rajan
Advocate & Notary, Silk Street, Kozhikode – 673 001
Mobile: 9447218696 Office:0495 2366401
Resi: 0495 2390281
e-mail: [email protected]
68. Sasikumar. V.
President, Malappuram District Construction Workers Union
(CITU) Kunnummal P.O., Malappuram Mobile: 9446252001
Office: 04832734129 Resi: 04933227838
e-mail: [email protected]
69. K. Viswanath
Deputy Registrar, CDC
Mobile: 9446477388 Office:0494 2407 527 Resi: 0494 2401995
e-mail: [email protected]
70. Mohamed Ali Kanniyan
Lab Assistant, Korambayil Ahamed Haji Memorial Unity
Women’s College, P.O. Narukara, Manjeri – 676 122
Mobile: 9496365285 Office: 0483 2767142
Resi: 0483 2761464 e-mail: [email protected]
73. O. Abdul Ali
Manager, Korambayil Ahamed Haji Memorial Unity Women’s
College, Manjeri, Narukara P.O., Malappuram – 676 122
Mobile: 9895478080 Office: 0483 2768030 Resi: 0483 2762483
e-mail: [email protected]
74. Prof. Kadavanad Mohammed K. A.
1-Kadbros Estate, By Pass Road, Ponnani 679 577
Mobile: 9446414628 Office: 0494 2669788 Resi: 0494 2666788
e-mail: [email protected]
75. Rev. Dr. Fr. Harshajan Pazhayattil
Manager, Prajyoti Niketan College, Pudukkad PO,
Thrissur 680 301 Mobile: 9446351885
Office: 04802752021 e-mail: [email protected]
76. C. P. Hamza
Manager, Majlis Arts & Science College, Majlis Nagar,
Puramannur P.O, Valanchery, Malappuram – 676 554
Mobile: 09447158909 Office: 0494 2644286
Resi: 0494 2643909 e-mail: [email protected]
77. Sagin Tintu K.
Kareecheri House, Edacheri North, P.O.Vatakara,
Kozhikode – 673 502 Mobile: 9846149298
Resi: 0496 2547098 e-mail: [email protected]
78. Ashrafali T. A.
Safi Institute of Advanced Study (SIAS), Rasiya Nagar
Vazhayoor East, Via – Ramanattukara,
Malappuram – 673 633
79. Pramod C.
Choorangatte (H), Kurichikara P.O., Thanikudam,
Thrissur – 680 028 Mobile: 9846745060
e-mail: [email protected]
80. Rafeeq K.
Kuningarath (H), Vellamunda 8/4, Kattayad P. O.,
Waynad - 670 731 Mobile: 9496810708
e-mail: [email protected]
81. Anupama C. S.
Cholamana (H), Kuttanassery P.O., Thiruvazhiyode Via,
Palakkad –679 514 Mobile:9497354898 Resi: 0466 2285556
e-mail: [email protected]
82. Girilal N. G.
S/o. N. K. Girija Vallabhan, Nanarpuzha House, Paruthipra,
Vennur P.O.Thrissur – 680 587 Mobile: 9539177677
Resi : 04884287410 e-mail: [email protected]
83. Arshad V.
Research Scholar, School of Folklore Studies, University of
Calicut, Mobile: 09496341478
e-mail: [email protected]
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98 Dr. T. P. Ahamed
Nasheman, Farook College Calicut - 673 632
Mobile: 9447113530 Office: 0483 2710007 Resi: 0495 2440785
e-mail: [email protected]
84. Abdul Kareem N.
Nechiyil House, Kodangad, Kondotty P.O.,
Malappuram - 673 638 Mobile: 9645951007
Resi: 9633450780 e-mail: [email protected]
85. Shahin R.
Raroth (H), Kinalur P.O., Kozhikode 673 612
Mobile: 9946253092 Resi: 0496 2642826
e-mail: [email protected]
99. M. M. Farook
Amba House, Pilathu, Pudunagaram P.O.,
Via Kollangode, Palakkad Dt.
86. Abdul Latheef M.
Marakkatil (House), P. O. Payyoli Angadi, Kozhikode Dt. 673 523
Mobile: 9645837928 Resi: 8714162984
e-mail: [email protected]
100. Prashanth Rajesh M. S.
Raj Mahal, Muttil P.O., Wayanad Dt. PIN – 673 122
Mobile: 09446076969 Office: 04936202425 Resi: 04936202475
e-mail: [email protected]
87. Abdul Hameed A.
Head Master, B V M High School, Kallettumkara P.O.,
Thrissur – 680 683 Mobile: 9656561059 Office: 04802720309
e-mail: [email protected]
101. Lukumanul Hakkim VPC
3rd Sem. MA Arabic, WMO College, Muttil P.O., Wayanad Dt.
Mobile: 9995210516, 9746927016 Resi: 04936 285810
e-mail: [email protected]
88. Agustin Joseph
Chembukettickal House, Koombara Bazar P.O., Koodaranji Via
Kozhikode – 673 604 Mobile: 9446161005
Office: 0483 2759380 Resi:0495 2277456
e-mail: [email protected]
102. Fathimathu Safeela C.
5th Sem. B.Sc., PSMO College, Tirurangadi
Mobile: 9961636211 e-mail: [email protected]
103. Muhammed Azharudheen A. T.
1st Sem. MBA, Farook Institution for Management Studies,
Farook College P.O., Calicut Dt.
Mobile : 9633332533 Resi : 0487 3544316
e-mail : [email protected]
89. T. V. Ibrahim
Athanikkal, Vellur Post, Pookkottur Via, Malappuram Dt. 6761517
Mobile: 09446774400 Office: 0483 2714450, 2713830
Resi: 0483 2774400 e-mail: [email protected]
90. A. K. Abdul Samad
Alokatil House, Eramangalam P.O., Balussery,
Kozhikode - 673 612 Mobile: 9447042247
Resi: 0496 2705247
104. Rahul Sathyanath
Pranavam House, Karuvannur P.O., Naduvannur via,
Calicut – 673 614 Mobile: 9633006009, 9048832488
e-mail: [email protected]
91. Dr. Mary Regina F.
Associate Professor, (Soil & Water Engineering),
Krishi Vignan Kendra, Keral Agricultural University, Thrissur
105. Dr. Abdul Hameed V. P.
Hajara Manzil, Puthur P.O., Pallikkal, Malappuram – 673 636
Mobile: 9400402215 Resi: 0494 2402215
e-mail: [email protected]
92. Samad Mankada
‘Swagath’, Mankada P.O., Malappuram Dt. 679 324
Mobile: 9447077612 Office: 0483 2733004 Resi: 04933 239068
e-mail: [email protected]
93. P. V. Gangadharan
‘Kerala Kala’, Azchavattam, Calicut – 673 007
Mobile: 09847001020, 09847340404
Office: 0495 2766362 Resi: 0495 2332222
e-mail: [email protected]
106. P. K. Supran
21/254 WElite Apartments, Vadakara - 1
Mobile: 9446649040 Resi: 0496 2512384
e-mail: [email protected]
94. C. P. Kunhi Muhammed
Ex. Director, Kerala Road Ways, KRS Tower,
Indira Gandhi Road, Calicut PIN – 673 001
107. Dr. Abida Farooqui
Crescent House, Uchakkavil, Pannicode P.O., Mukkam via
Calicut – 673 602 Mobile: 9633820074
Office: 0495 2236221 Resi: 0495 2209151
e-mail: [email protected]
95 Dr. Zainul Abid Kotta
HOD, PG Dept. of English, Govt. College, Malappuram
Munduparamba P.O., Malappuram Dt.
Mobile: 9645420355 Resi: 0483 2852414
e-mail: [email protected]
108. Syed Abid Hussain Thangal
Hara main (H), Vadakkankara P.O., Mankada via
Malappuram - 679 324 Mobile: 9447282329
Office: 0495 2440668, 661 Resi: 04933 282329
e-mail: [email protected]
96 P. A. Rasheed
Niramaruthoor P.O., Tirur 676 109, Malappuram
Mobile: 9446154918 Resi: 0494 2427951
e-mail: [email protected]
97 Adv. P. M. Niyas
‘Chilla’, Rarichan Road, Eranhipalam P.O. Calicut – 6
Mobile: 9447111515 Office: 0495 2765757
109. Adv. Rajeevan M. M.
Mallissery House, Perambra P.O. Kozhikode Dt.673 525
Mobile: 9447537811 Resi: 0496 3181231
e-mail: [email protected]
Resi: 0495 2366088 e-mail: [email protected]
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MEMBERS OF THE SYNDICATE
E X -O F F I C I O M E M B E R S
1.
The Vice Chancellor
2.
The Pro Vice Chancellor
3.
The Principal Secretary to Government Higher
Education Department
4.
The Secretary to Govt., Information Technology
Dept., Thiruvananthapuram
5.
The Director of Collegiate Education,
Thiruvananthapuram
6.
The Director of Public Instruction,
Thiruvananthapuram
OTHER MEMBERS
7.
Adv. Rajeevan Mallissery
‘Mallissery’, Perambra P.O., Kozhikode Dt. PIN 673 525
Mobile: 9447537811 Resi: 0496 3181231
e-mail: [email protected]
8.
Dr. Abida Farooqui
Assistant Professor of English, Govt. College,
Kodenchery,Calicut Dt. 673 580
Comm. Address: Crescent House, Uchakkavil, Pannicode P.O.
Mukkam via Calicut – 673 602
Mobile: 9633820074 Office : 0495 2236221 Resi: 0495 2209151
e-mail: [email protected]
9.
Prof. K. K. Syed Abid Hussain Thangal
Associate Professor of Sociology, HOD, Dept. of Sociology,
Farook College, Comm. Address : Haramain (H),
Vadakkankara P.O., Mankada via, Malappuram - 679 324
Mobile: 9447282329
Office: 0495 2440668, 661 Resi: 04933 282329
e-mail: [email protected]
10. Sri. P. K. Supran
Palliparambil, Vattoli Bazaar Post, Balussery 673 612
Comm. Address : 21/254 WElite Apartments, Vadakara – 1
11. Dr. Abdul Hameed V. P.
Hajara Manzil, Puthur Pallikkal P.O. 673 636
Mobile: 9400402215 Resi: 0494 2402215
e-mail: [email protected]
12. Dr. P. Anvar
Member Secretary, Kerala State Higher Education Council
Vikas Bhavan P.O., Thiruvananthapuram - 33
Mobile: 9447844030
e-mail: [email protected]
13. C. R. Murukan Babu
Chittakkattu House, K.S.H.B. III Street, Chalakkudy P.O.,
Thrissur Dt. PIN – 680 307 Mobile: 919495224389
e-mail: [email protected], [email protected]
14. K. Vidyasagar
Principal, Govt. Engg. College, Sreekrishnapuram, Palakkad Dt.
Mobile: 9446029836 Office: 9400006412
Resi: 0487 - 2323117 e-mail: [email protected]
15. Salahudheen P. M.
Asst. Professor, Dept.of History, MES Mampad College, Mampad
Mobile: 9846507655 Resi: 0492 4238498
e-mail: [email protected]
16. I. C. Balakrishnan, MLA
MLA Office,Sulthan Bathery, Sulthan BatheryP.O.,
Wayanad 673 592
Mobile: 9947675080
17. Dr. T. P. Ahamed
Nasheman, Farook College , Calicut - 673 632
Mobile: 9447113530 Office: 0483 2710007
Resi: 0495 2440785 e-mail: [email protected]
18. Sri. K. M. Naseer
‘Hemantham’, Nochad Post, Kozhikode – 673 614
Mobile: 9846506121 Office: 04952440660
Resi: 0496 2610491 e-mail: [email protected]
19. T. N. Prathapan M. L. A.
‘Thottungal’, P.O. Talikulam, Thrissur - 680569
Mobile: 9447066717, 9496101010
Resi: 0487 - 2600717 Office: 0480 - 2893600
e-mail: [email protected]
20. O. Abdul Ali
Manager, K.A.H.M. Unity Women’s College,
Narukara P.O., Manjeri - 676 122 Mobile: 9895478080
Resi: 0483 – 2762483 Office: 0483 - 2893600
e-mail: [email protected]
21. P. A. Rasheed
P. O. Niramaruthur, Tirur- 676109
Mobile: 9446154918 Resi: 0494 2427951
email: [email protected]
22. Prof. Dr. V. H. Abdul Salam
Principal, MES College of Engineering, Kuttippuram
P.O. Thrikkanapuram, Malappuram Dt PIN - 679 573
23. Adv. Niyas P. M.
Chilla, Rarichan Road, Eranhippalam P.O.,
Kozhikode -673 006 Mobile: 9447111515
Resi: 0495 2366088 Office: 0495 2765757
e-mail: [email protected]
24. K. Viswanath
Deputy Registrar, Dean’s Office & Office of the
Co-ordinator, NSS
Mobile: 9446477388
25. Prof. Dr. Fathimathu Zuhara
Professor of Microbiology, Department of Life Sciences,
University of Calicut
Mobile: 9446252428 Resi: 0495 2769083
Office: 0494 2401144 e-mail: [email protected]
26. Pramod C.
Choorangatte (H), Kurichikara P.O., Thanikudam,
Thrissur 680 028 Mobile: 9846745060
e-mail: [email protected]
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University of Calicut
Introduction
Calicut University, founded in the year 1968, was the second University to be established in
Kerala. With 370 affiliated colleges, it is now the largest university in the state and one of the largest
in the country in terms of student intake. One of the founding objectives of the university is the
rectification of the academic imbalance in the state by improving the educational standards of the
Malabar region. As the University completes its four and a half decades of glorious history, it has
every right to feel proud on this score. The higher education arena of Malabar has taken a definite
turn for the better and the region now compares favourably with other regions in the state in enrollment
higher education.
The University is headquartered on a sprawling 211.8 hectare campus situated on NH 17. As
aesthetically designed park and a 19 acres botanical garden serve to lend the campus a pastoral
aura. The University has 35 teaching cum research Departments offering specialized courses in a
variety of disciplines. Besides the main campus, it has a satellite campus at Aranattukara, Thrissur.
Named after the renowned Economist, Dr. John Mathai, the Thrissur campus houses the Department
of Economics, the School of Drama and the MBA and MCA centres.
Apart from the main campus and the satellite campus, the University has three centres in
Lakshadweep, one each at Kavaratti, Androth and Kadamat. The University runs another centre in
Calicut city that offers courses in fashion technology. This building on PT Usha Road also houses
the University Students’ Centre.
In addition to the 35 research cum teaching departments, the main campus houses School of
health Science, Institute of Engineering and Technology, Academic Staff College, School of Distance
Education, Educational Multimedia Research Centre, the Computer Centre and the Central library.
A total of 421 colleges are affiliated to the University. This include 211Arts and Science colleges,
50 Engineering Colleges, 63 Training Colleges, 6 Ayurveda Colleges, 7 Medical Colleges, 2 Physical
Education colleges, 1 Homoeopathic college, 7 Dental colleges, 22 Nursing colleges, 9 Pharmacy
colleges, 4 Law colleges and 29 Arabic / Oriental title colleges. A staggering number of nearly three
hundred thousand students are currently enrolled in the University.
The University possesses excellent infrastructural facilities. These include captive water and
power supply schemes, Instrumentation and Maintenance Wing, Art and Photography Centre,
Publication Division, Guest House, Computerized Examination Wing, Seminar Complex, Manuscript
Museum, separate boys’ and girls’ hostels, staff accommodation facilities, etc.
Disadvantaged students drawn from educationally backward districts like Malappuram, Palakkad
and Wyanad constitute a major chunk of the university’s student population. Most of them are first
generation university students and belong to backward castes and minority communities. Their
educational and social advancement is one of the prime foci of the university. Affiliated colleges,
majority of which operate in rural areas, have been performing an enormous role in this endeavour. In
terms of gender, the University prides itself in having a steadily increasing representation of women.
Female students currently constitute more than sixty per cent of the total students.
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ORGANIZATIONAL CHART
Chancellor
Pro Chancellor
Pro Vice Chancellor
Vice Chancellor
Registrar
Controller of Exams
Finance Officer
JCE I
DR (Admn.)
HoDs
DR I (Fin.)
JCE II
JR (G&A)
Director SDE
DR II (Fin.)
JCE III
JR (Pl.D)
Director CDC
DR III (Fin.)
JCE IV
PRO
Director Research
AR (IAW)
JCE V
DSW
Director ITSR
JCE VI
Security Officer
Director EMMRC
JCE VII
IE (USIC)
Deans (14)
System Analyst
Head Art & Photography
Board of Studies(119)
Engineer
Director ASC
Librarian
Director SFC
Press Supdt.
DPE
Publication Officer
Hostel Wardens
NSS Co-ordinator
Director CUCC
Estate Officer
Medical Officer
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University of Calicut
FACTS AND FIGURES
Year of Establishment
:
1968
Location
:
Malappuram Dt.
Panchayats
:
Thenhipalam, Pallikkal, Chelembra
Total land area
:
210.63 hect
Total built-up area
:
1,00,684 m2
:
5
Human Resources
Statutory Officers
Staff Strength:
Category
Male
Female
Total
Professor
30
6
36
Associate Professor
33
9
42
9
4
13
Asst. Professor
23
12
35
Lecturer
15
7
22
Director
2
-
2
112
38
150
Contract
150
171
321
Total
262
209
471
Joint Registrar
3
1
4
Deputy Registrar
7
2
9
26
17
43
9
3
12
Section Officer
191
91
282
Assistant
293
191
484
Typist
34
81
115
Clerical Assistant
10
6
16
Peon
31
12
43
Library Assistant
13
16
29
Others
211
68
279
Total
828
488
1316
Contract
161
122
283
Total
989
610
1599
1251
819
2070
1048
545
1593
Permanent
Teaching Staff
Reader
Total
Asst. Registrar
Engineer
Permanent
Non-Teaching Staff
Grand Total
Pensioners
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PROGRAMME WISE COLLEGE DISTRIBUTION AS ON DECEMBER 31, 2013
College Types
No. of Colleges
Arts
211
Oriental
29
Training
63
Engineering
50
MBA
5
MBA/MCA
1
Law
4
Physical Education
2
Medical
7
Dental
7
Ayurveda
6
Homeo
1
Pharmacy
9
Paramedical
4
Nursing
22
Total
421
SUPPORTING SERVICES
Art & Photography
Sri. K. Ajayakumar
Artist Photographer i/c of Head
U.G.C. Centre for Coaching SC/ST/OBC and Minorities
2407411 0494 2402482
Dr. M. Nasser, Co-ordinator
2407219 0495 2740471
Estate Administrative Officer
Equal Opportunity Cell
Dr. B. Johnson
Women’s Hostel
(Hon. Warden)
Men’s Hostel
Dr. M. B Manoj (Hon. Warden)
9447446375
9446182862
2400298, 2407548
2407348
9961327429
IET Ladies Hostel
Smt. Rugmini P. R. (Hon. Warden)
2400253
9645626556
IET Men’s Hostel
Sri. V. S. Shiju (Hon. Warden)
2402121
9744966583
Students Hostel, Thrissur
Sri. Vinod V. N. (Hon. Warden)
0487 2381767
9847178204
Joint Director of Local Fund Audit
C. H. Abdul Hameed
2400264
2407117, 2407118
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University Employment Information & Guidance Bureau,
UGC Career & Counselling Cell
Dr. K. K. Aravindakshan (Chief)
0495 2330468
Sri. Janardhanan K. K. (Deputy Chief)
0483 2796008
9447538431
9495984767
Standing Counsel
Adv. Santhosh Mathew
0484 2390313
S1, Second Floor, Empire Building
High Court East End, Cochin - 682 018
Legal Adviser
Adv. Muhammed Shafi
Mangattu (House), Nehru Road, Ayyappankavu, Cochin – 18
9846057431
UNIVERSITY INFORMATION CENTRES
1. Centre for P. G. Studies in Social Work,
Mymoon Building, Dottappankulam, Sulthan Bathery, Wayanad, 673 592.
04936 226258
2. P. T. Usha Road, Kozhikode.
0495 2365320
3. Cherani, P.O. Kavumbram, (Via) Areacode, Malappuram – 673 123.
0483 2792222
4. Friends Janasevanakendram, Civil Station, Palakkad.
0491 2505803
5. Govt.Training College, Palace Road, Thrissur – 680020.
0487 2331185 (pp)
6. S.K.V.C. Campus, Thrissur – 680 011.
7. Madhavam Complex, Park Link Road, Near New Busstand, Vatakara.
8.
0496 2525630
M.E.S. Ponnani College, Ponnani.
OTHER OFFICERS
Dean of Students Welfare
Sri. Valsarajan Puthamveettil
2407353
2404777
Director, College Development Council
Dr. N. Muhammadali
Director in charge
2407138
2403841
Director, Academic Staff College
Prof. Dr. M. V. Joseph
Director in charge
2407351
2407350,
Director, School of Distance Education
Dr. Mohamedunni Aliyas Musthafa
Director in charge
Director, Centre for Women Studies
Dr. Molly Kuruvilla
Director, Directorate of Research
Dr. Sailas Benjamin
2402689
2400352
8089536998
[email protected]
9961566725
[email protected]
9495316308
[email protected]
2407356
[email protected]
2403122
2407366,
9495316308
[email protected]
2407495
9495548315
[email protected]
Director, EMMRC
Sri. Damaodhar Prasad
2407338
2407279,
Director, ITS & R
Dr. E. Pushpalatha
2400298,
Director, IUC PBT
Dr. K. V. Mohanan
Director, Self Financing Courses
Dr. K. Manikandan
[email protected]
9495927507
[email protected]
2407407
9447535362
[email protected]
2407409
9447832329
[email protected]
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Director, CU Computer Centre
Sri. Madhu V.T.
2407204
9447704939
[email protected]
Director, Physical Education
Dr. Sakeer Hussain V. P.
2407551
2407501
9447383611
[email protected]
2407362,
0494- 2402689
2407355
8089536998
[email protected]
Instrumentation Engineer, USIC
Sri. Muhamed Sajit T.
2407505
9400005400
[email protected]
Lady Medical Officer
Calicut University Health Centre
2407320
2407321
Public Relations Officer
Sri. Zakariya M. V.
AR i/c PRO
2407230
Programme Co-ordinator, NSS
Sri. Valsarajan Puthamveettil
(Dean i/c of Programme Co-ordinator)
Publication Officer
Sri. Omprakash V.
[email protected]
9447301697
2407129, 0494 2402003 9497159971
Security Officer
Capt. Prakash S.
2407100
2902309,04942407444
Superintendent, Calicut University Press
Sri. Varghese T. P.
Asst. Supdt. i/c of Superintendent
2407318
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
9495914042
[email protected]
University Engineer
Sri. K. K. Abdul Nazir
2407302
2400216, 0495 2855952 9446170433
[email protected]
University Librarian
Dr. Abdul Azeez T. A.
Deputy Librarian i/c of University Librarian
C. H. Mohammed Koya Library
2407290
2401161, 0495 2470927 9447332612
[email protected]
OFFICE BEARERS OF THE CALICUT UNIVERSITY UNION 2012-13
Phone,
Address
Chairman
Junaid T. T.
9037000810
CCSIT, Manjeri.
Vice-Chairman
Fathih C.
8086820032
Ilahiya Arts and Science
College, Koyilandy.
Vice-Chairman (Lady)
Shifa M.
9539706674
Korambayil Ahammed Haji
Memorial Unity Women’s College,
Manjeri.
Secretary
Sharafuddeen P.
9946391525
Minority Arts and
Science College, Othalur.
[email protected]
Joint Secretary
Sumesh Krishnan K.
9846822552
Sree Krishna College
Guruvayur.
[email protected]
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e-mail
[email protected]
[email protected]
University of Calicut
MEMBERS OF EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Wayanad District
Arjun K. R.
04936272235
C.M. College of Arts and Science,
Panamaram.
Kozhikode District
Jaseem P. T.
9020461462
Farook College,
[email protected]
Feroke.
Malappuram District
Muhyudheen Mohammed
Jouhar K.
Khidmath Arts &
9562195692
Science College,
Thirunavaya.
[email protected]
8089332728
Sree Neelakanta Govt. sandeept[email protected]
Palakkad District
Sandeep T. P.
Sanskrit College, Pattambi.
Thrissur District
Sreekumar E.
9745880005
Govt. Engineering College,
Thrissur.
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ACADEMIC STAFF COLLEGE
Introduction
In pursuance of the policies laid down under the National Policy on Education 1986 and its Program of
Action, the Academic Staff College is functioning in the University to organize specially designed Academic Staff
Development Programs for preparing the teachers in Higher Education meet the challenges faced by them
against the unprecedented explosion of knowledge and ever increasing number of students.
Functions
The main functions of UGC-Academic Staff College are to plan, organize, implement, monitor and evaluate
Orientation Programmes for newly appointed Assistant Professors in College/Universities all over India. Academic
Staff College is also organizing Refresher Courses for serving teachers and Orientation Programmes for Senior
Administrators, Heads of Departments, Principals and Officers etc. Short-Term Courses for the Professional
Development of Non-Academic Staff of University/Colleges are another important task undertaken by the ASC.
Apart from these, Interaction programme for Ph.D. students are also organized
ASC will:
a)
Formulate a programme of orientation along the broad guidelines given above.
b)
Identify resource persons in various fields of specialization for running the orientation programs and refresher
courses, and familiarize such resource persons with the philosophy and guidelines for the
courses.
c)
Set up a documentation-centre-cum-library for reference and source materials necessary for the courses.
d)
Produce specially designed material required for effective implementation of the courses.
e)
Organize, monitor and evaluate the courses for teachers.
f)
Create a culture of learning and self-improvement among teachers so that it becomes an integral part of
the educational system at the tertiary level.
g)
Organize orientation programs for senior administrators, heads of departments, principals, deans and
other decision-makers to familiarize them with the philosophy of orientation intended to facilitate reform in
higher education through appropriate modification of the management systems at various levels.
h)
Provide opportunities for teachers in service to exchange experience with their peers and to mutually learn
from each other.
i)
Provide a forum for serving teachers to keep themselves abreast of the latest advances in various subjects.
j)
Provide opportunities to further widen their knowledge and to pursue research studies.
k)
Provide an introduction to new methods and innovations in higher education so that the participants can in
turn develop their own innovative methods of instruction.
l)
Bring out publications relevant for enhancing the teaching and research capabilities of teachers.
m)
Conduct capability enhancement programs for non academic staff so as to strengthen the teachinglearning environment.
The Resource Persons and Thrust Area for each Refresher Course will be decided by the Director in
consultation with the Course Co-ordinator.
Courses
The Academic Staff College conducts three types of programs:
a) Orientation Programs of four weeks duration for Career Advancement of Lecturers to Senior Scale. One
Refresher Course and One Orientation Programme are mandatory for promotion to the Senior Scale.
b) Refresher Course of three weeks duration for teachers who have sufficient experience as a teacher.
c) Specially designed Short-term courses/Workshop for teachers and administrative functionaries in Higher
Education System.
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Funds
The UGC – Academic Staff College, University of Calicut is functioning with 100% financial support from
the UGC. The University provides infrastructural facilities like building, electricity and staff.
Staff pattern:
The UGC has sanctioned the following staff pattern for ASCs.
(a) Academic Staff:
Director
Reader
Lecturer
-
Dr. Moly Kuruvilla
1
1
(b) Non-Teaching Staff:
i. Section Officer:
1
ii. Senior Assistant:
1
iii. Junior Assistant:
1
iv. Computer Assistant:
1
v. Librarian or Technician:
1
vi. Steno-Typist/Computer Operator:
1
vii. Peon:
1
viii. Hostel Attendant: 1 (in case of those ASCs that have independent Accommodation/hostel facilities).
The current position of staff in the ASC is given below
a) Teaching Staff
Sl.No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Name
Dr. Moly Kuruvilla
Dr. Mohamedunni Alias Musthafa M.N.
Dr. P. Praseetha
Section Officer (Hr. Grade)
Assistant (Sl. Grade)
Junior Librarian
Assistant
LD Typist
Sweeper cum Scavenger
Hostel Attendant
Computer Assistant
Designation
Associate Professor In chargeof Professor (Director)
Associate Professor
Assistant Professor
1
1
1
1
1
1
1 On Contract
1 On Contract
Activities of the Year, 2013
Every year the University Grants Commission allots programmes for ASCs in March for the next
Academic Year starting from March This year UGC has allotted 6 Orientation Programmes, 15 Refresher
Courses, 6 Short-Term Courses and 6 other Programme including Interaction Programme for Ph.D. Research
Scholars, Special Summer and Winter school to UGC-ASC, University of Calicut. All the programmes are
mandatory and the ASCs have to conduct maximum no of programmes. These programmes have been scheduled
properly spreading throughout the year from 17.04.2013 to March, 2014, so as to engage maximum number of
working days. So far we have organized 5 Orientation Programmes, 6 Refresher Courses, 2 Short-Term Courses
and 1 Summer school in addition to the programmes conducted from Jan to March 2013. 3 programmes are on
the way. The list of programs conducted in 2013 is given below.
1.
2.
3.
4.
77th Orientation Programme
78th Orientation Programme
79th Orientation Programme
80th Orientation Programme
(From 16.01.2013 to 12.02.2013)
(From 16.05.2013 to 12.06.2013)
(From 28.06.2013 to 25.07.2013)
(From 04.07.2013 to 31.07.2013)
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6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
81st Orientation Programme
8th Refresher Course in Computer Applications (MD)
1st Refresher Course in Physics & Electronics
6th Refresher Course in Environmental Studies (ID)
7th Refresher Course in Environmental Studies (ID)
11th Refresher Course in Chemistry
10th Refresher Course in Human Rights (ID)
Short-Term Course for PDNAS of University
Short-Term Course for PDNAS of Affiliated Colleges
Special Summer School
(From 25.09.2013 to 22.10.2013)
03.01.2013 to 23.01.2013
30.01.2013 to 19.02.2013
21.02.2013 to 13.03.2013
05.06.2013 to 25.06.2013
04.10.2013 to 24.10.2013
04.10.2013 to 24.10.2013
27.05.2013 to 01.06.2013
23.09.2013 to 28.09.2013
17.04.2013 to 07.05.2013
This year ASC has conducted 16 UGC sponsored courses having 334 course days in which 617 faculties
have participated. 256 male, 361 female, 133 local participants, 484 outstation participants 45 SC candidates
and 4 ST candidates have benefited from the programmes. 60 participants - 9.72% of total participation - were
from other states. The courses covered a total of 10949 man days. (Duration of course x No. of participants).
Other Programmes
In addition to the programmes sponsored by UGC, this year the Academic Staff College is organizing cost
based Short-Term Courses for the Professional Development of Academic and Non-Academic Staff, in the affiliated
Arts and Science College, Self Financing Training College Teachers etc.
Till now we were able to conduct
1. One National Seminar on Human Rights issues in ‘Early Marriage’ on 17.10.2013.
2. One ‘Three day Induction Programme for the faculties of UTECs’ (15, 16 and 17th July, 2013)
3. Two ‘One Day Induction programme’ for newly recruited Assistants (on contract) of the University (23rd
and 24th September, 2013)
The following are some proposals for courses under consideration and courses sanctioned for the UGCASC.
Sanctioned Course
1. One cost based Short-term Orientation Course (6 days) for the faculties of Self-Financing Arts and Science
Colleges (From 16 to 21 December, 2013)
Proposal Submitted
1. A proposal has been submitted KSHEC for One Day Training Programmes (18 batches) on the
implementation of Hridayakumari Committee Report, for College / University teachers, Members of Board
of Studies, Principals of Colleges and other Non- Teaching Staff allied to Kerala’s higher education.
ADMINISTRATION
Administration branch has a vital role in dealing with all administrative matters relating to appointment,
transfer, posting and welfare of the staff working in the University. The Administration Branch is under a Deputy
Registrar, who is being assisted by 4 Assistant Registrars in performing the day to day business assigned to it.
The Branch consists of 10 sections including Recruitment and Legal Cell. In addition there is a Electronic Data
Processing Centre and Despatch Section.
The Main business of the Branch is as follows :
a) Appointment (Permanent / Contract / Daily wage basis) to University service, transfer and posting of nonteaching staff, promotion, fixation of pay, confirmation deputation, relief retaining lien, disciplinary procedures
in respect of non-teaching staff, releasing of pensionary benefits to teaching and non- teaching staff of the
University.
b) Sanctioning of leave, increment, declaration of probation of non-teaching staff.
c) Maintenance of Service Books in respect of non-teaching staff (Non-Gazetted), and other registers /
records required to be kept permanent.
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d) All legal matters involving the University.
e) Sanction of pension to the teaching and non-teaching staff.
f) Stock entry and issue of items such as furniture, stationery items, uniform cloths all types of printed forms
/ registers, University Diary.
g) Implementation of all Government Orders / Circulars.
h) Correspondence with outside agencies in collecting and forwarding statistical data relating to higher
education.
i) Liaison work in relation to L.A. Interpellations. (Except that of Pareeksha Bhavan)
j) Preparation of reply to RTI requisitions relating to the works detailed above.
k) Recruitment of staff (both teaching and non-teaching) of University.
At present, there are 67 staff in this branch from Deputy Registrar to daily wage peons, which are as
follows:
a)
Branch Officer :
b)
Smt. Anuja Balakrishnan
Deputy Registrar
Assistant Registrar
Section Officer
Section Officer (FC & D)
:
:
:
:
1
4
9
1
Office Superintendents
Assistants
Typists
Lab Assistant
Peon
Daily Wage Peons
:
:
:
:
:
:
2
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ART & PHOTOGRAPHY UNIT
Art & Photography Unit
Art & Photography Unit carries out the art and photographic works of the University. Besides catering to
the needs of the academics and researchers, the Unit is also responsible for shooting the major events in the
University. The research wings of the University, especially the science departments, utilize the technical assistance
of the unit for taking photographs and making scientific drawings.
Ajayakumar. K, Senior Artist-Photographer is the Head in-charge of the Art & Photography Unit which
employs an additional Artist-photographer, one Photographer and one Asst. Photographer.
Most of the academic work comes from the science departments of the University. The work involves
outdoor and indoor photography, developing photographs, microphotographs, photomicrographs, recopying and
preparing photographic slides. Artistic work mainly consists of cover designs, graphic representations, preparation
of charts, scientific diagrams, tabular data and resource maps. All departments make use of the facilities at the
unit. Indoor and outdoor work for researchers in various departments is carried out by photographers attached to
the Unit.
Research scholars of various Departments approach the Unit for photographic work and preparation of
plates for theses. All the photographic works undertaken in this Department are well documented and available
for reference on request. Preparation of scientific drawings and plates for the dissertation of Ph.D., M.Phil. and
M.Sc. students are also carried out in this unit. As per the request from Botany Department the Unit is imparting
practical classes on topics like Photomicrography, Film development, printing and enlargement for the M.Phil
students.
The unit takes up outdoor photographic work of various functions organized by the Departments and
University. These photographs are processed, documented and issued to the concerned authorities after the
function. Copies of the photographs are also made available to the Public Relations Officer of the University for
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press releases. Copies of digital photos are stored in CDs and maintained as records after duly entering them in
the register. The functions organized in connection with the retirement of teaching and non-teaching staff of the
University are photographed by the Unit and copies presented to the concerned.
This unit conducted a Two-Day Workshop on Digital Photography for students of the Department of Folklore
studies. During the year 2013, the unit produced a total 10,000 photographs, cover designs and drawings in
connection with research works and events at the University.
Staff Position:
Senior Artist Photographer (i/c of the Head) :
Artist Photographer
:
Photographer
:
Assistant Photographer
:
1
1
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C. H. MOHAMMED KOYA LIBRARY
University Librarian (i/c)
:
Dr. Abdul Azeez T. A.
Telephone No.
:
0494 – 2407290
C.H.Mohammed Koya Library, the Central Library of Calicut University, functions from 8.00 am to
8.00 p.m on all working days. It also functions from 8.00 am to 2.00 pm on Second Saturdays and from 8.30 am
to 2.00 pm on Sundays.
The total collection of the library is 110523, which includes the books, gift books, Theses/Dissertations
and bound volumes. The collection also contains 300 CD ROMs and 205 Microfilms on various topics.
The CHMK Library is an approved Research Center for Library and Information Science and Sociology.
The activities of the various s ections of the library are given below:
1. ACQUISITION DIVISION
During the period Rs.23,75,096/- has been spent on the purchase of books. 2633 books are purchased
and added to the collection. 5 Non-books (Ph.D thesis) and 151 books received as gift are added to the
collection. The division has two Assistant Librarians, One Professional Assistant and a Library Assistant.
2. TECHNICAL DIVISION
2757 new books were classified and catalogued. 170 books were re-classified according to DDC 23rd
edition and catalogued according to AACR2 and 42 new books merged to get the same call number of old books.
9 theses were processed.
Training classes was given to MLISc students on the DDC 23rd edition for classification and AACR2 for
cataloguing for 24 students of Department of Library and Information Science of Calicut University (w.e.f 08-042013 to 07-05-2013) and 25 students of Kannur University (w.e.f 27-05-2013 to 13-06-2013).
3. MAINTENANCE DIVISION
Maintenance section mainly deals with rectification of books in the shelves for lending to various categories
of library members. Regular scientific arrangements of books in the shelves as per classification scheme.
During the year 22800 books were issued among the library members and 1750 books were issued for xeroxing.
During the report period 1539 books were added to collection, 180 books were transferred for binding and 121
books were received after binding and 2800 books were shifted to secondary collection and 142 books were
reserved and 2446 books were consulted. The section has one Assistant Librarian, one Professional Assistant
Grade I, Two Professional Assistants Grade II and Two Library Assistants.
4. CIRCULATION DIVISION
Main functions of circulation section are issuing, renewing and cancellation of library membership as well
as circulation of documents to library users. At present CHMK Library has 7529 members. The category wise
membership details are given below:
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Member Categories
Total
1.
University Teachers
187
2.
University Students
4200
3.
Research Scholars
524
4.
Non-Teaching Staff
1202
5.
Affiliated College Teachers
163
6.
Affiliated College Students
155
7.
Graduate Members
1046
8.
Others (undergraduates and employees of other offices)
Total
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7529
Apart from this, temporary memberships are issued for Rs. 10/- per day and Rs. 100/- for two weeks time
for library reference. During the report period, 5094 temporary memberships were issued. This section has One
Assistant Librarian and Three Professional Assistants.
5. PERIODICAL DIVISION
This section subscribes to 211 research Journals, needed for various departments in the Main Campus on
various subjects and Languages. The section also subscribes to 16 National dailies and 40 Malayalam and
English popular publications. During the report year an amount of Rs.18,03,643/- (Rupees Eighteen lakh Three
thousand Six hundred and Forty three only) has been spent towards subscription of journals. This section has
One Assistant Librarian, One Professional Assistant and One Library Assistant.
6. REFERENCE DIVISION
The Reference Division stores and catalogues all the reference materials in the library which includes
Books, Encyclopaedias, Dictionaries, Thesaurases, Year books, Almanacs, Gazateers, Universities Hand Book,
Directories, Guiness Book of World Records, Dissertations, Ph.D Thesis etc. Text Books are issued for overnight
reference.
During the report year 484 reference books, 118 Text books and 9 Theses were added to the total collection,
besides 61 sets of new question papers and 17 revised copies of the syllabi 66 damaged Text books, 3 Gift
books, 17 Syllabi and 34 Theses were bound. 452 books issued for overnight reference. Reference materials are
used by a wide range of members including Graduate members, students, Research Scholars of various
departments and other educational institutions in and outside Kerala. Students preparing for NET, SET and other
competitive examinations and service aspirants make use of the facilities in the Division. Syllabi of various
university courses and previous question papers of examinations are available for reference and xeroxing. More
than 16,634 users visited the section in the report year. This section has one Assistant Librarian, Two Professional
Assistants and Two Library Assistants.
7. PHOTOCOPYING AND BINDING SECTION
Photocopying facility is widely used by the clientele for taking Xerox copies of library materials. It is
estimated that 81057 pages were photocopied during this period.
In the binding section, total of 540 books were bound and 107 loose issues of Periodicals/Journals were
stitched during the report year.
8. UGC – INFONET CENTRE
The Infonet Division is responsible for computerized services and operations in the C.H. Mohammed Koya
Library. It caters to the information needs of wider user community through provision of electronic information
resources in a variety of subject areas provided through UGC Infonet and separate subscriptions made to Ebrary,
Cambridge Books Online, Oxford Scholarship Online , collections of E-Books. During the report year also
University of Calicut occupies a top position in the country in the use of JCCC interface which is a gateway for
accessing E Resources provided through UGC Infonet. This is a remarkable achievement made by the user
community of Infonet resources at the University of Calicut.
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OTHER ACTIVITIES
a. In-House Training Programme on Dspace Software:Dspace is a free software used for the creation of an Institutional Repository for collecting, processing and
distributing digital material. A three day in-house training in the use of Dspace was given to all the
professionals in two batches, during 25-27 June 2013 and 2-4 July 2013.
b. User Awareness Programme:The Infonet section conducted a User Awareness Programme on EBSCO Discovery Service to introduce
the EBSCO search engine to the teachers, Research Scholars and students of the university.
c. User Orientation Programme:The Infonet section provided user orientation to the post graduate students, newly admitted to various
courses in the teaching departments of the university.
The participants of the Refresher/Orientation courses of the UGC Academic Staff College of the university
are given Orientation in the use of the electronic resources as part of their course.
Two Orientation programmes were conducted exclusively for the research scholars of the university and
provided training in the use of the electronic resources.
d. Internship for M.L.I.Sc students
Provided internship to the 24 M.L.I.Sc Students of University of Calicut from 08-04-2013 to 07-05-2013 and
to the 25 MLISc students of Kannur University from 27-05-2013 to 13-06-2013.
e. Preparation of DAISY books:The section is engaged in producing books in the DAISY (Digital Accessible Information System) format
for the use of the visually challenged. University of Calicut is the first university in Kerala to take up this
venture.
f. Library Website:A new website for the library has been designed by the section.
g. Institutional Repository:An institutional repository has been created by the section using Dspace. 227 documents are uploaded
in the institutional repository.
h. Uploading of Theses to Shodhganga:The section is empowered by the INFLIBNET to upload Ph.D. theses to Shodhganga which is the national
repository of Ph.D. theses. 50 theses have been uploaded in P.D.F format during the current year.
i. Digitisation of Question Papers:The section is engaged in digitising the question papers of the various examinations conducted by the
university in previous years. Question papers of the years 2009, 2011 and 2012 have been digitised.
j. Migration from Libsys to Koha:The Library Professionals have successfully completed the work of migrating the library operations from
the paid library automation software ‘Libsys’ to the free software ‘Koha’, as a voluntary job, without any
financial burden to the university.
k. Installation, Customisation and Maintenance of Koha:The Infonet section is engaged in the installation, customisation and maintenance of the library automation
software ‘Koha’.
l. Gateway to free Journals:The section has created a single gateway to the free journals available through the internet for the easy
access to the free journals.
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The section provides assistance to the users in the search for information, downloading documents and
copying documents.
Search for digital documents through EBSCO Discovery Service and e-books from Oxford Scholarship
Online have been added during the current year.
Apart from the UGC Infonet resources and E-books this section hosts a CD Server that is accessible in
the Library Intranet. This server includes CDs and DVDs of books and other materials notable being the complete
set of National Geographic Magazine. The important Databases available to the users are JSTOR, Science
Direct, Web of Science, Economic and Political Weekly, MathSciNet, Knimbus, etc.
9. ICT CENTRE FOR VISUALLY CHALLENGED
The ICT Centre for the visually challenged was launched on January 27, 2010, with the intention to empower
the visually challenged through computer learning for their better prospects in education and job opportunity. For
this, training in basic data entry course such as word process, Internet surfing, e-mailing is being given. Inorder
to provide accessible books and study materials, a Daisy production unit has been started in 2012, after getting
sufficient training from an NGO in Thiruvanandapuram called Chakshumathi. The study materials of first and
second semester of the under graduate courses offered by the school of distance education and post graduate
subjects of history and politics has been converted into DAISY format. Since soft copies of other subjects are
not available, they could not be converted.
Other than study materials, prescribed text books in Malayalam is also being converted into Daisy seeking
help from volunteers of Providence Womens College for recording them in MP3 format.(since languages other
than English have not a text to speech engine, they have to be converted into DAISY from MP3 format. Malayalam
Second Language text book for BSc Computer Science ‘Uri Gagarin’ and Social Science Part 1 and 2 of the
standard ninth has been converted into DAISY on request.
Staff List
Assistant Librarians
:
14
Information Scientist
:
1 (Vacant)
Professional Assistants
:
16
Section Officers
:
2
Assistants
:
2 (1 Vacant)
Typists
:
3 (2 Vacant)
Clerical Assistant
:
1 (Vacant)
Library Assistants
:
8
Binders
:
2 (1 Vacant)
Peons
:
3 ( 2Vacant)
Roneo Operator
:
1
Sweepers
:
4
CALICUT UNIVERSITY PRESS
Head of the Department : Sri. Varghese T. P.
Assistant Superintendent, I/c of Superintendent.
Telephone No. : Off:0494-2407318, 2407319
Calicut University Press is an important supporting service to cater to the printing job needs of the
University. Major work of the University Press includes printing of Study Materials of SDE, Marklists, Certificates,
Blank Answer Paper of Pareeksha Bhavan, Forms, Ledgers and other various printing needs of Administration &
other Departments. Printing of Annual Report, Diary, Budget etc are some of the other major printing works
undertaken in the University Press. In the financial year 2012-13 Plan Fund an amount of Rs.10 Lakh has been
sanctioned to the construction of Paper Godown, and work has started in full swing and expected to complete by
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December 2013. University Press is fully functioning under Offset technology with 39 technical staff including
the Superintendent. Moreover Bsc/B.Tech Printing Technology Students are availing the facilities provided in the
Press for their Practical Studies.
University Press is constantly striving to achieve efficiency and effectiveness in all the work it undertakes.
Press is planning to implement Digital Printing Technologies. Plan Proposal for the Modernization with the
installation of MultiColour Offset Printer/Digital Printer and other High Tech Machines is submitted for the Coming
Financial Year.
Staff Position
Administrative Staff
Technical Staff
Contract Staff
:
:
:
:
4
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COLLEGE DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL
The primary function of the College Development Council is to act as a liaison office between the University
Grants Commission and the colleges affiliated to this University. It interacts with the colleges and promotes
various developmental activities of the affiliated colleges as per guidelines and directions of the UGC. Apart from
this conducting the UGC. – NET twice a year.
Major Activities:
The CDC deals with academic matters such as affiliation to new colleges and courses, starting of additional
courses in the affiliated colleges, appointment of Inspection Commissions to inspect the facilities available in
various colleges and granting continuation of provisional affiliation, permanent affiliation, increase of intake,
marginal increase of intake, etc, based on the reports submitted by the inspection Commissions. Preparation of
the rules for admission to courses, issuing notification for admission and scheduling dates for admission, in
respect of the affiliated colleges. Consolidation of rules for awarding of bonus marks and grace marks for
students participating in the activities like NCC, NSS, Arts & Sports etc. The colleges affiliated to this university
as detailed below.
Number of colleges
(1) Government
(2) Aided
(3) Unaided
: 32
: 66
: 271
(d) Colleges offering courses in the University
Sl.No.
Type of Colleges
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
UG Colleges
PG Colleges
B. Ed Colleges
Law Colleges
Engineering Colleges
MBA Colleges
MCA Colleges
B. Pharmacy
M. Tech Colleges
M. Pharmacy Colleges
Any other
No. of Colleges
In take
107
94
63
3
44
8
9
9
18
6
8
17958
33317
6833
605
14458
760
480
500
8932
90
194
Faculty Improvement Programme:
The nomination of an expert to the selection committee of FDP candidate is done by CDC. The CDC
forwards application from the faculty members of affiliated colleges and the teaching department for doing Ph.D
under the Faculty Improvement Programms of the UGC.
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UGC Funds for Colleges
Applications from the Colleges for financial assistance from UGC are regularly routed through this branch.
Proposals for developmental assistance, construction of Women’s Hostel under various UGC schemes are
processed and forwarded to the UGC. Applications from affiliated colleges and University Teaching departments
for conducting Minor and Major Research Projects, Seminar etc. are also being dealt in this branch.
UGC Unassigned Grant to University Departments
The UGC’s unassigned Grants are being distributed to various Teaching Departments through this office
under the following heads:
1. Group A – Travel grant to University Teachers/ Technical Officers/Administrative Officers.
2. Group B – Conduct Seminars/Workshop/Conference etc to University Teaching Departments.
3. Group C- Publication grant for publication of Doctoral Thesis/Journals etc.
4. Group D – Appointment of University Professor and Visiting Fellows to University Teaching Departments.
Research Award
Research awards are conferred on teachers in the University Departments and affiliated Colleges by the
UGC. All the office works related to this are carried out in this office.
M.M. Ghani Award
Prof. M.M.Ghani Award shall be given to not more than four teachers selected every academic year from
among the teaching staff of the colleges affiliated to the Calicut University. Teachers having a minimum of 10
years teaching service in colleges will be eligible for being considered for the award. The award is given to one
teacher in each of the following broad area.
(1) Science
(2) Humanities
(3) Commerce and Management Studies
(4) languages.
Sathguna Award.
Sadguna award is primarily to recognize the best student, not in terms of grade/marks, but specifically in
terms of morals and values, measured in terms of goodness, kindness, love and care to others, good behavior
and other values recognized by the society.
Sathguru Award
Sathguru award is intended to recognize and reward devoted and socially responsible teachers in colleges
under the University of Calicut, who are dedicated to their profession and render in valuable services towards the
overall development of students, thereby to the society at large. This award will be presented to the best teacher
in each University affiliated college based on student rating.
The award will be presented every year on Teachers day 5th of September.
UGC NET Exam:
In the present academic year two UGC National Eligibility Test for the JRF & Lectureship were conducted by
the council and for which 12,658 candidates were registered in June 2013 and 16,401 candidates in December 2013.
The CDC also deals with the work related with collection, consolidation and transmission of SC/ST admission
statistics, award of Rajiv Gandhi National Fellowship to SC/ST students are attended by the UGC Special Cell
and also acts as a grievances redressal cell to safeguard the interest of the Scheduled Caste and Scheduled
Tribe students of this University. It also attends to the work related to the award of educational concession to
SC/ST/ OEC/ SEBC/FC students (regular and self-financing ) of the University Teaching Departments/Centres).
UGC SPECIAL CELL
The work related with collection, consolidation and transmission of SC/ST admission statistics, award of
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Rajiv Gandhi National Fellowship to SC/ST students are attended by the UGC Special Cell and also acts as a
grievances redressal cell to safeguard the interest of the Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe students of this
University. It also attends to the work related to the award of educational concession to SC/ST/OEC/SEBC/FC
students (regular and self-financing) of the University Teaching Departments/Centres.)
The CDC also deals with the work of CCSS PG Academic Committee, Academic Calendar for CCSS PG
for different semesters, Institutional data collection, Collection of students data card , preparation of CDC Hand
book and KSCSTE Emeritus Fellowship.
Staff Position:
Director
Deputy Registrar
Assistant Registrar
Section Officers
Assistants
Typists
Peons
Section Officer (FC&D) & Tappal
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
Dr. Mohammadali N.
Sri. Shanawaz T. P.
3
5
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DEAN OF STUDENTS WELFARE
Cultural Activities
Our University team participated in the South Zone Inter University Youth Festival held at the Dulbharga
University, Karnataka from 13/12/12 to 21/12/12 and in the National Youth Festival held at Kalyani University,
Culcutta from 5/2/13 to 9/02/13. A 40 member team represented the University in the Festival. Our students
participated in 17 items and won prizes in 10 items and seven students qualified to compete at the National level
in four items. A 10 member team represented the University and participated in four items in the National Level.
We got a First price and third price in the events participated. The South Zone inter University Youth Festival will
be held this year at Banglore University, Karnataka from 18 to 23 December 2013.
Arts Festivals were conducted at the five Zonal Levels and the first and Second place winners in various
competetions were brought to the interzone arts festival. This year, interzone festival was held at Govt Arts and
Science College Calicut from Ist to 5th April 2013 to give expressions to their talents and events turned out to be
a grand extravaganza of music/dance, acting, literary and artistic skills. St.Joseph’s college Devagiri, Kozhikode
won the overall championship this year.
Other Activities
1. Students Grievance Cell
The statutory Board for Adjudication of Students’ Grievances with the Vice-Chancellor as the Chairperson
has been functioning very efectively. The Board meets regularly and has been able to redress various grievances,
like tampering of internal marks, harassment of students, non-refund of caution deposit by management etc.
which were brought before the Board. The Board intervenes successfully in helping the students to gettheir
grievances redressed, like getting the internal marks regularized and making necessary enquiries and redressing
the harassments of different types faced by the students and action has also been initiated against the concerned
violating rules.
2. University Level Anti ragging Monitoring Cell (ULARMC)
Organized with a target of saying a ‘Big No’ to ragging in our campuses, the cell has conducted various
anti ragging campaigns in the campus and has actively participated in the anti ragging activities at the district
level and state level cells. As part of the anti ragging campaign a legal awareness programme workshop was
conducted at the campus on 26.09.2013, in which officials from KELSA and the Deputy Superintendent of police
were invited to give lectures on curbing the menace of ragging. These lectures created a deep awareness in the
students for the necessity of putting their hearts and hands together for the total eradication of ragging. Monthly
comprehensive feedback on Anti ragging measures taken is forwarded to the Governor’s Secretariat before the 5th
of every month
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3. Foreign students Affairs
A large number of foreign students are approaching the University every year for admission to various
courses including Ph. D programmes. 11 Afghan and 1 Kenyan students, on a special scholarship scheme of
the Central Government and sponsored by the ICCR, were admitted to various degree and PG courses in the
affiliated colleges and University departments this year. Four candidates from Afghanistan, 3 from Kenya and 2
from Libiya were also admitted to various degree and PG courses in affiliated colleges and University Departments.
4. Scholarships
Major scholarships distributed through this Department are Aspire Scholarship for the PG/Mphil.PhD
students for doing short-term internships/projects in Research Institutions other than their parent Colleges/
University Departments and Acquire Scholarship for the Promotion of skills and expertise in Social Science
Studies and Research for the Under Graduate students.
5. Elections & Election Grievance Redressel Cell
Directions were given to all the affiliated colleges to conduct the college union election as per the
recommendations of the Lyngdoh committee report and University election rules. Almost all the colleges have
conducted the elections peacefully adhering to the instructions of the University. An election grievance redressel
cell, constituted as per the Lyngdoh committee report, also functions to deal with election complaints and has
successfully disposed of the issues and complaints related to the college union elections. The University union
election was also conducted during the month of July 2013 and the union activities are going on smoothly.
Dean of Students Welfare
Asst. Registrar
Section Officer
Selection Gr. Asst.
Assistant
Sweeper Cum Scavenger
Typist
CLR Peon
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
1
1
1
2
3
1
1
1
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Name of the Head :
Dr. Sakeer Hussain V. P.
Telephone No:
Office: 0494-2407551/501
:
Non Teaching Staff :
13+4 Coaches on contract basis
Teaching Staff
2
:
Achievements in Sports & Games
I. The university achieved the following positions in the All India Level Inter University Tournaments
1) All India Inter University Winners
a. Kho-Kho (M)
b. Football (M)
2) All India Inter University Runner-up Position
a. Kho-Kho (W)
b. Water Polo (M)
c. Softball (M)
3) All India Inter University Third Position
a. Volleyball (W)
b. Handball (W)
4) All India Inter University Fourth Position
a. Softball (W)
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II.
During 2013, Department of Physical Education conducted Inter Collegiate Tournaments in 45 sports
disciplines.
III.
Conducted Sports Festival 2013 to the students, teachers and Staff of the University from 19th to 21st
March 2013 at Calicut University Stadium.
IV.
Conducted Sports Convocation for the year 2012-13 on 25th March 2013 and distributed around 8 lakhs
rupees towards Cash Award, Sports Incentive Scholarship and Track Suits to the place holders in the All
India Inter University tournaments during the year.
V.
Conducted Summer Coaching Camp in Handball, Cricket, Football, Volleyball & Athletics for the children
of 8-12 years age group at Calicut University Stadium during the month of April 2013.
VI. Organized the South Zone and All India Inter University Kho-Kho (M) Tournament 2013-14 at University
Stadium during the month of December 2013.
ELECTION SECTION
The Election Section is established for the conduct of elections to various authorities of the University in
accordance with the provision of the Calicut University Act, 1975 and The Calicut University(Conduct of Elections
to Various Authorities of bodies) First Statues, 1975. Elections to the Senate, the Syndicate, the Academic
Council, the faculties, the Students Council, the Finance Committee and the election of University representatives
to CCIM, Dental Council etc.
During the year 2013, the election to the Senate of the University is completed and the Senate was
reconstitued. Syndicate of the University was also reconstituted with the members nominated by the Government
and the members elected from amon the members of the Senate. The work of academic council election are
under way.
EDUCATIONAL MULTI MEDIA RESEARCH CENTRE
Educational Multimedia Research Centre at the University of Calicut is the only Centre of its kind to be set
up in Kerala with the full assistance of the University Grants Commission. The Centre became operational in
September 1998. Consortium for Educational Communication (CEC), an Inter-University Centre set up by the
UGC coordinates and oversees the activities of the 22 EMMRCs established at various universities throughout
the country.
The Centre is presently focused on developing multimedia content in specific disciplines. In the current
phase, the centre is involved in the e-content development e-content of the subjects Education, Philosophy,
Library and Information Science, Fine arts, Bioinformatics, Theatre arts, Multimedia based for the UG students.
The Centre is also produces educational video lectures on the above subjects. In addition to this, the
Centre also produces educational enrichment programmes like the popular ‘Interface’, which are telecast through
DD Vyas educational Channel.
Major Activities of the Centre
MULTIMEDIA CONTENT DEVELOPMENT:
The Centre has successfully completed the first phase of e-content production on the subject- Mathematics
based on UG syllabus. The e-content developed by the Centre is to be uploaded shortly by the CEC and it can
be accessed through CEC and Sakshat web portal.
Link to the CEC e-content portal: http://cec.nic.in/E-Content/Pages/default.aspx
BOARD OF MANAGEMENT MEETING (BoM):
The 9th meeting of the BoM of EMMRC, University of Calicut was held on 11th April / 2013.
The BoM meeting was chaired by the Vice-Chancellor. Prof. (Dr). Rajbir Singh, the new Director of CEC
applauded the efforts taken by the EMMRC in meeting the targets and maintaining quality in the development of
e-learning materials. The BoM took important resolutions on the prospective development of the Centre like the
launching of academic programmes from the Centre, and also approving the extension of Centre’s building. The
Syndicate of the University held on 3/7/13 and 16 &17/7/2013 approved as well the resolutions of the BoM.
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Shifting towards High-Definition (HD) mode:
With the arrival of Camcorder PDW- F800 and Deck PDW-1600, the Centre has shifted to HD mode from
Standard Definition. This enables the Centre to join the best of studios in broadcast and TV production working in
HD workflow platform.
Launch of Webcast:
The Centre is all set to launch the Web Cast of Centre’s programmes and e-learning materials directly.
Live lectures will also be web cast. The web cast is based on prior scheduling and this is intended to cater to the
learning requirements of the students of the colleges affiliated to the University. Not to mention that the programmes
can as well be viewed from anywhere. In the subsequent phase, lectures-on-demand and non-synchronous web
access will also be launched. Centre’s major proposal is to start regional language based web cast of educational
content.
E- CONTENTS PRODUCED AND SENT TO THE CEC IN 2013
Sl No
1
Subject
Mathematics
No. of E-Contents (As on 22/11/2013)
99
VIDEO PROGRAMMES
In the year 2013, centre has produced total 270 educational video programmes. Video programmes
include lecture series on different undergraduate disciplines, interface and documentaries.
VIDEO PROGRAMMES PRODUCED AND SENT TO THE CEC IN 2013
Sl No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Subject / Format
No. of Video Programmes (As on 22/11/2013)
Mathematics
133
Education
39
Fine Arts
12
Philosophy
70
Library and Information Science
07
Interface
07
Documentary
02
Total
270
PROGRAMME TELECAST ON DD AND OTHER TELEVISION CHANNELS
The programmes produced by the Centre telecast regularly on VYAS(The higher education channel),
Gyan Darshan and DD Bharati. The schedule of the programmes is available on http://cec.nic.in/Vyas-Channel
EDUSAT LIVE
EDUSAT is the satellite exclusively devoted to meet the demands of educational sector. CEC Edusat
Network is one the prime users of this satellite. Edusat lecture transmission on particular subjects is carried out
from CEC twice in every weekday. These programmes are available through VYAS Educational Television Channel
and http://www.webcast.gov.in. It helps CEC to fulfill its aims to disseminate educational programmes countywide.
EMMRC, Calicut is one of the hundred Satellite Interactive Terminals (SITs) of CEC. Every month, the
centre receives the schedule of the live Edusat programmes from CEC. In order to inform students and teachers,
the centre sends this schedule to all departments of the University and also publishes in the website
(www.emmrccalicut.org) of the centre.
The center has also contributed to the CEC Edusat Network by transmitting various subject based
lecture programmes from the centre. The details are as given below.
No
1
Date
18/02/2013
2
19/02/2013
Subject/ Topic
Subject Expert
Social Skills – Self awareness
Dr. Baby Shari (Head Dept. of Psychology,
and empathy (Psychology)
University of Calicut)
Social Skills – Effective communication
and interpersonal relationship (Psychology)
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3
20/02/013
4
18/03/2013
5
19/03/2013
1
20/03/2013
2
21/03/2013
3
22/03/2013
4
24/06/2013
5
25/06/2013
6
26/06/2013
7
27/06/2013
8
28/06/2013
9
09/09/2013
10
10/09/2013
11
11/09/2013
12
12/09/2013
13
13/09/2013
14
25/11/2013
15
26/11/2013
16
27/11/2013
17
28/11/2013
18
29/11/2013
Coping Skills – Coping with stress and
emotions (Psychology)
Cognitive Skills – Critical and
creative thinking (Psychology)
Cognitive Skills – Decision making and
problem solving (Psychology)
Philosophy and Method – From Socrates
to Post Modernism ( Philosophy )
Dr. P. K. PokkerProfessor and Head,
Dept. of Philosophy, University of Calicut
Cartesian Dualism ( Philosophy )
Dr. T V MadhuAssociate professor,
Dept. of Philosophy, University of Calicut
An Advaitic Critique of Caste
Dr. Rajmohan E K ,Associate professor ,
(Contemporary Indian Philosophy )
Department of Philosophy, Govt. College,
Chittoor, Palakkad
Working Capital Management
Dr. B Johnson , Asso. Professor, Dept. of
Commerce and Management Studies ,
University of Calicut
Demand Analysis
Dr E.K. Satheesh , Asso. Professor
and Head, Department of Commerce and
Management Studies , University of Calicut
Investment Management
Dr. P. Mohan, Professor , Department of
Commerce and Management Studies ,
University of Calicut
Internet Marketing and e-Business
M.A. Joseph, Asso. Professor Department of
Commerce and Management Studies ,
University of Calicut
Digital Humanities
D. Damodar Prasad, Director, EMMRC ,
University of Calicut
Historical Consciousness in early India Dr. Haridas V V , Assistant Professor,
(History )
Dept. of History, University of Calicut
Medieval Indian Society(History )
Dr. M P Mujeebu Rahman, Assistant Professor,
Dept. of History, University of Calicut
People and Life Activities in Sangam
Dr. K S Madhavan, Assistant
Kerala(History )
Professor, Dept. of History, University of Calicut
Archives in Modern Kerala(History )
Dr. Sivadasan P, Reader, Dept. of History,
University of Caicut
Literary Informatics(Humanities)
D. Damodar PrasadDirector, EMMRC ,
University of Calicut
Social cognition: Schemas and
Dr. Rajani Ramachandran Asst. Professor,
Heuristics(Psychology)
Psychology,University of Calicut
Attribution: Process and Errors
Dr. Rajani Ramachandran Asst. Professor,
(Psychology)
Psychology,University of Calicut
Protein Structure Prediction
Dr. Prasad M Alex , Associate Professor
(Bioinformatics )
Department of chemistry, Marthoma College,
P. O. Chungathara, Nilambur, Kerala
Type – I Hypersensitivity (Immunology) Dr. Fathimathu Suhara K, Professor of
Microbiology, Department of Life Science
University of Calicut
Herman Chomsky propaganda model
D. Damodar Prasar , Director, EMMRC,
( Media Studies )
University of Calicut
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EVENTS
1
SEMINARS
1.1
Calicut EMMRC team engaged a session in the national conference on‘E-resources and E-learning:
Challenges and Opportunities for Libraries’, jointly organized by Department of Library Science and
CHMK library , University of Calicut on 01 & 02 / February/ 2013
1.2
Educational Multimedia Research Centre , University of Calicut organized a two days national seminar on
“Comprehending Films” in association with Post graduate departments of English and Malayalam, Sri
Zamorin’s Guruvayooappan College, Calicut on 1st & 2nd March / 2013 at Sri Guruvayooappan College
seminar hall. Shri. D. Damodar Prasad, Director, EMMRC and Shri. Sreemith N( Production asst.)
Presented papers.
1.3
An e-learning awareness seminar was organized for the teachers of NSS College, Manjeri, Malappuram,
affiliated to University of Calicut on 14th March / 2013. Shri. Sajeed Naduthody, Shri. Rajan Thomas, Shri.
Aneesh K R, Shri Banniesh M and Shri. Sathyaraj R engaged various sessions regarding the production of
e-content.
2. TRAINING PROGRAMMES
2.1
An e-learning awareness seminar was organized for the teachers of NSS College, Manjeri, Malappuram,
affiliated to University of Calicut on 14th March / 2013. Shri. Sajeed Naduthody, Shri. Rajan Thomas, Shri.
Aneesh K R, Shri Banniesh M and Shri. Sathyaraj R engaged various sessions on multimedia content
development.
2.2
E-learning training programmes were organized for the teachers of Academic Staff College, University of
Calicut on 3rd / July /2013 , 15th / July / 2013 and 03/Oct/ 2013.
2.3
A Videography workshop was organized by the centre for the students of Department of Journalism and
Mass Communication, University of Calicut at the centre on 4th and 5th / July / 2013.
2.4
An e-learning awareness training programme was conducted for the members of Farook Training college,
Calicut on 29th Aug / 2013.
3.
VISITS
3.1.
Dr. K Jayakumar IAS, Hon. Vice-Chancellor of the Thunchath Ezhuthachan Malayalam University, visited
the centre on 31/05/2013 and participated in an episode of ‘interface’ programme of the centre.
3.2
Dr. R. E. Asher, Professor Emeritus in Linguistics, University of Edinburgh, visited the centre on 31/05/
2013 along with Dr. M. Abdul Salam, Hon. Vice Chancellor, University of Calicut. Dr. Asher is well known
for his translation works of famous Malayalam fiction writers Shri Vaikam Muhammad Basheer and Shri
Thkazhi Sivasankarappilla.
3.3
Dr. Amina Wadud, Professor(Retd.) of Religion and Philosophy at Virginia Commonwealth University,
United States visited the centre on 06/06/2013. Dr.Wadud is a feminist scholar of Islam.
3.4
Ustad Amjad Ali Khan, Music Maestro, honored by Padma Shri in 1975, the Padma Bhushan in 1991,
and the Padma Vibhushan in 2001, visited the centre along with Dr. Abdul Salam, Hon. Vice Chancellor
of University of Calicut and Shri. Surya Krishnamoorthy, Dean, Faculty of fine arts, University of Calicut.
An interface programme featuring Ustad Amjad Ali Khan, Dr.M.Abdul Salam, and Sri. Surya
Krishnamoorthy was recorded the centre’s studio.
4. AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS
‘She Paints’ a documentary on women painters , produced by Sreemith N, production assistant, EMMRC
Calicut was screened in the SIGNS – 2013 international documentary film festival at Trivandrum.
5.
NEW INITIATIVES
The Centre’s newest initiative in e-learning dissemination was activated with the launch of web cast of
Centre’s and CEC programmes as well as live lectures.
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Foundation stone for the extension building was laid.
STAFF STRENGTH
Director Production Staff
Technical Staff
D. Damodhar Prasad
: 8
: 8
Administrative Staff : 4
ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
University Engineering Department was established in 1968 with the purpose of designing, construction
an dmaintenance of all infrastructure facilities. The main campus spreads over an area of about 500 acres of land
under Pallikkal, Chelembra and Thenhipalam Grama Panchayats in Malappuram District. University has two
major extention centres at Aranattukara, in Thrissur District ad Vadakara in Kozhikode District. We have a study
centre in Calicut Corporation area in a land having an extent of 20 cents. A new campus for Tribal Studies and
Research started at Chethalayam, Wayanad District at Chakkittappara in Kozhikode District. We have a study
centre in Calicut Corporation area in a land having an extent of 20 cents. A new campus for Tribal Studies and
Research started at Chethalayam, Wayanad District at an extent of 10 Acres of land. In addition University has
its onw land and UTEC centres at Sulthan Bathery and Kaniyampatta in Wayanad District, at Chakkittappara in
Kozhikode District, Manjery and Malappuram in Malappuram District, at Koduvayoor in Palakkad District, at
Valappad in Trichur District. A comprehensive plan for the development of campus has been taken up in this year.
The main campus is divided in to different plots with accessibility of roads, availability of electricity and
water supply to each plot. The bitumen road, inside the campus is to extent to about 12 Kms. Uninterrupted
water and power supply is provided in the campus. Since there is no dependable water source in the campus,
water is collected from the nearest perennial source, Kadalundy river at Parakkadavu, which is about 10 Kms on
southern side. The water is brought to the campus through underground cast iron tubes. The water is treated,
made potable and stored in various overhead and ground cast iron tubes. The water is treated, made potable and
stored in various overhead and ground level tanks. The quality of water is got checked frequently through the
Government Analytical Laboratory, Kozhikode. Construction of rain water harvesting reservoirs in the campus
has been started in this year.
Similarly the electricity is purchased in bulk through dedicated feeder system to avoid voltage drops and
distributed through out the campus. The system is also coupled with generator back up to avoid powe failure.
Wide network of street lights lighten the campus during night hours.
Presently we have largely good Administration block, Pareekshabhavan, Language block, Education
Complex, Science Block, Central Library Block, Guest House, Hostels fro Women Students, Men students,
Working Men, Working Women teachers etc, observatory building for School of Distance Education, Commerce,
Mass Communication, Life Science, Health Centre, School of Health Science, Sportspavilion etc. The Stadium
complex consist of football court, cricket players ground, Volley Ball courts, tennis courts, Kho Kho courts,
Basket Ball Courts etc. A sufficiently big Indoor Stadium is also there. The Senate House, Auditorium, Seminar
Comlex and open Air Theatre are also situating in the Campus. The infrastructural facilities have increased after
commissioning of major buildings like Central composite Science Block, Tagore Niketan, Multidisciplinary Musuem,
Life Science Building, Academic Staff College Guest House , Humanities Block, Building for Journalism and
Women Studies Department, International Hostel, VIP Guest House, Ist Phase etc. In addition to this the
electrical works of enhancement of substation capacity in the main campus and JMC campus are also progressing.
This financial year prestigious building projects like VIP Guest House 2nd phase, Men’s Hostel Annex 2nd
Phase. building for SDE Annex, Ladies Hostel building. Indoor Stadium synthetic flooring, CUIET 4th phase, ITSR
building at Chethalayam etc. are progressing.
In additional to this renovation of various buildings landscaping, formation of internal roads, Installation of
solar energy units in various locations are also in the execution stage. There are also 357 quarters of different
type to accommodate the teaching and non teaching staff. In the Guest house there are 6 Air conditioned rooms
and 36 non Air conditioned rooms. The hostels in the campus have accommodation facility” for about 1,500
women students and about 500 men students. Projects for enhancing the capacity of hostels are being taken up
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INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
Calicut University Institute of Engineering and Technology is a self-financing Engineering College run by
the University of Calicut at Kohinoor, 2 Km. from main Campus. The institute was established in the year 2000
with the aim to promote education and research in the field of engineering and technology and to groom the
young men and women into high quality technical personnel useful to the society with sound engineering
knowledge, good managerial skills and high moral values. The Institute campus has an extensive area of about
25 acres. The necessary infrastructure facilities like Academic block. Workshops, Laboratories, overhead Water
tanks and distribution system, well, Canteen, play grounds and Hostel facilities for both men and women,
electrical substation etc. are available in this Campus. The construction of fourth phase of the Academic block
is in progress.
Dr. JOHN MATTHAI CENTRE, ARNATTUKARA, THR1SSUR
Dr. John Matthai Centre is a mini campus of the University of Calicut, situated nearly 5 KM away from
Thrissur town, having an area of about 15 acres. Dr. John Matthai Centre is a pioneering institute in the fields of
Information Technology, Economics, Management, Teacher Education, Theatre Arts and Music. There are 18
Nos. of buildings like Department of Economics, School of Drama, MBA, MCA, UTEC, Guest House, Men’s and
Ladies Hostel etc. are existing in this Campus. At present, the construction of the Seminar Hall to School of
Management Studies (2nd floor) is going on and will be completed within this financial year.
Renovation of various buildings is also underway.
On going works of 2013-14
Ladies Hostel Balance work
Toilet facilities in Museum
Men’s Hostel Annex 2nd floor
School of Distance Education Annex
VIP Guest House 1st and 2nd floor
Solar Energy
Indoor Stadium flooring
Multidisciplinary Museum flooring
Internal roads
Renovation works
Landscaping
Maintenance of Water supply
IET 4th Phase
Furniture
Renovation work at Dr. JMC
Ongoing works
University Press Temporarary shed
Renovation work of teaching departments
construction of Building for ITSR Chethalayam, Wayanad
Estimate
199 Lakh
10 Lakh
73 lakh
100 Lakh
102 Lakh
40 lakh
25 lakh
52.42 lakh
139 lakh
10 lakh
113.92 lakh
80 lakh
MAJOR WORKS COMPLETED DURING 2012-13 INCLUDES
Central Composite blocks for Science Department, Urgent maintenance to Open Air Theatre, painting the
exterior wall of Department of Botany, painting the exterior wall of Department of Physics and Maths
Converting MSc. Teaching Lab cum Lecture Halls(Room No.306) in to smart class room and Lab at
Zoology Department
Painting the exterior wall of Biotecnology Department
Painting the exterior wall of Chemistry Department
Painting the exterior wall of Zoology Department
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Urgent repair works to the toilet of room No.313 and 211 of Chemistry Department in Science Block
Supply of additional furniture and electrical and AC Installations at Vice Chancellor’s Chamber
Renovation works to the false ceiling, wall, furniture etc, inside the Vice Chancellor’s Chamber
Renovation works to the false ceiling, wall, furniture etc, inside the Vice Chancello’s Chamber
Construction of Multi Disciplinary Museum withe State Plan Grant 2009-10(Partially completed)
Construction of building for Ladies Hostel under UGC XI Plan (Partially completed)
Maintenance to Men’s Hostel at IET main building
Urgent maintenance works to Workshop building (4 Nos) at IET
Maintenance works to IET main building
Urgent maintenance works to old block of Ladies Hostel
Maintenance works to pump house generator room and compound wall at Chelari Pump House
Painting the front and road side exterior wall of CHMK Library
Painting the exterior wall of Computer Science and EMMRC
Painting the exterior wall of Manuscript Library
Maintenance works to Language Block
Renovation work to Indoor Stadium
Maintenance works to Gymnasium
Painting work of Faculty guest house No.1
Outside painting of Guest House main block
Maintenance of working Women’s Hostel
Extension of Class room for Centre for Physical Education(GF)
Maintenance and some modification work to the School of Health Science
Construction of 1st and 2nd floor of UTEC Kaniyambetta
Converting a hall to the Smart Class room in ASC building
Construction of 1st and 2nd floor of UTEC, Chakkittappara
Construction of 1st and 2nd floor of UTEC, Malappuram
Maintenance works to Single Officers Hostel
Modification work to the Office of Students Welfare
Renovation of Audtorium
Light sheet roofing to Electrical Department
Construction of connection corridor in between new and old building of Health Centre
Urgent maintenance and modification work to the ASC building
Maintenance of Study Centre Calicut
Costruction of new roads to various buildings in the University Campus(2012-13) Phase II
Construction of Anex building for Life Science Department(GF)
Construction of new roads to various building in the University Campus
Construction of new road to Campus roads to various quarters and to Physics Department
FINANCE
The Act and Statute of the University envisages that the entire amounts received in the University shall
form one consolidated fund styled “the Calicut University Fund” and shall be employed for the purposes and in the
manner laid down in the Act, in the Statutes, Ordinances, rules, byelaws and Orders made there under. It is the
duty of the Finance Wing to ensure that the moneys received to the Calicut University Fund and paid there from
are in compliance with the prevailing rules and regulations and that each transaction is properly accounted for
and reported to the stake holders as stipulated in the Act, Statutes and regulations. In order to control and
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account the inflow and out flow of the Calicut University Fund, University resorts to the Budgetary Control System.
The Budget Estimates of the University are prepared in four parts, classifying all the receipts and payments
into four on the basis of source of funds and payments there from. Part I of the Budget Estimates deals with the
receipts and expenditure connected with the normal functions of the University, where as Part II deals with the
Developmental Activities of the University which is subdivided in to three according to the source of assistance
as:
a) developmental activities assisted by the University Grants Commission
b) developmental activities assisted by the State Government, and
c) activities under cost based schemes run by the University
Part III of the Budget Estimates deals with the receipts and expenditure
against funds earmarked for specific purposes, while Part IV deals with the temporary appropriation of University
Funds towards Debts, Deposits and Advances.
Opening balance of funds as per revised budget estimate for 2012-13 amounted to Rs.3,034.30 lakhs
and envisaged an inflow of Rs.17,693.21 lakhs during the year 2012-13 against a total expenditure of Rs.22,068.55
lakhs.
Part I of the Budget deals with the Non-Plan Funds of the University and includes Non-Plan Grant
received from the State Government, Income Generated from examinations, academic and other departments.
This fund is utilized for meeting commitments like salaries, pension, conduct of examination and other recurring
expenses. The total receipts envisaged as revised estimate for 2012-13 under Non-Plan is Rs.10,471.54 lakhs
against an expenditure of Rs.13,942.82 lakhs . Though the University submitted proposal for Rs.12,409.19 lakhs
from State Government as Non-Plan Grant, the State Government sanctioned Rs.7,981 lakhs as Non-Plan Grant
which hampered the Non-Plan activities of the University to a great extent. As a result of this deficiency a cut of
50% on all non plan expenditure except on committed items like salaries, pension, exam expenditure was
imposed. Since the Non-Plan receipts are not enough to meet the Non-Plan Expenditure, the deficiency in this
part was made good by using the surplus in the self generated income from cost based courses.
Plan Funds received from the UGC, the State Government and receipts from cost based programs and
expenditure there on are the main items classified under Part II. Plan funds from the UGC and the State Government
are used only for the specific purposes for which they are granted. As per the revised estimate an inflow of
Rs.4,492.63 lakhs and an outflow of Rs.4,715.30 lakhs are estimated under this part during 2012-13.
Ear marked special funds received for specific research projects, fellowships, scholarships etc from
various funding agencies and expenditure on these items are accounted in Part III of the Budget. As per revised
estimate the fund available under this part including opening balance is estimated at Rs.891.44 lakhs and
estimated expenditure is Rs.872.31 for the year 2012-13. Utilisations of these funds are strictly in accordance
with the rules and regulations stipulated by the Funding Agencies.
Under Part IV of the Budget Estimates the revised estimate of receipts and expenditure are Rs.2,192.95
lakh and Rs.2,538.14 lakh respectively, the deficit is mainly due to the increased allocation of house construction
advance.
Developmental Activities:- As against the Plan proposal of Rs.10,241 lakh for the financial year 2013-14
submitted to the State Government, sanction has been received only for Rs.1,600 lakhs. The developmental
activities sanctioned to be under taken in the Financial Year 2013-14 are
Activity
a)
Rupees in Lakhs
Ladies Hostel (Balance Work)
150.00
b) VIP Guest House ( II & III floor)
100.00
c) Modernisation of departments
120.00
d) Women’s recreation Centre
5.00
e) Indoor Stadium Flooring
f)
40.00
CASLAB
200.00
g) Renovation Works
60.00
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h) Landscaping
50.00
i)
Water Conservation
5.00
j)
Water Resource Management
5.00
k) Furniture
l)
100.00
Studio – Journalism Department
8.00
m) Men’s Hostel Anne ai Centre
20.00
t)
10.00
Renovation of university Press
u) Enhancement of Sub Station Dr.J M Centre
54.00
v)
40.00
Facilities for Inter Disciplinary Museum
w) ITSR
10.00
x) Ongoing works
—————
53.00
Total:
1600.00
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GENERAL AND ACADEMIC BRANCH-I
The branch has been renamed vide order No.GAI/CDC-Restructuring/ 2012 dated 29.10.2012 as General
and Academic Branch-I with effect from 29.10.2012 which includes the sections G&A IV ‘B’, G&A IV ‘C’, G&A IV
‘E’, G&A IV ‘J’ and G&A I ‘F’. It deals with academic matters such as approval of various schemes, regulations
and syllabi of all the courses/programmes offered under the University/affiliated colleges. This Branch has been
formulated bifurcating the G&A-I Branch formerly. Now this has been retained as G&A-I Branch and G&A IV
Branch ceased to exist. Total strength of the Branch is 22 as detailed below.
Work distribution: Constitution and convening the meetings of Academic bodies like Board of Studies/
Faculty/Academic Council, Advisory Committee on Add-on-courses, Steering Committee on CCSS and Sub
committee on CSS–PG are the major tasks of the Branch. University has 123 Boards of Studies under 14
Faculties. Faculty meeting is convened atleast once in a year and Academic Council twice in a year. All the
Boards of Studies meeting are convened as and when sufficient agendas are there. Normally the Board of
Studies of all courses meet 4 or 5 times yearly.
This Branch is responsible for issuing University Orders on decisions in the Academic Bodies such as
approval of various schemes, regulations and syllabus of all the courses including professional courses offered
by the University in affiliated colleges, in teaching Departments and through School Besides, the Branch issues
sanction orders for transfer of college,award of University Merit Scholarships, pertaining to all courses, condonation
of shortage of attendance, exemption from doing Compulsory Social Service in case of deserving candidates,
granting permission to Name Change in eligible cases, studentship to M.Sc. Biotechnology students etc.The Branch also deals with the affairs of implementation of CUCSS UG ie. Calicut University Choice
Based Credit Semester System in Under Graduate level with effect from 2009 adm
Chairs instituted in the University. Consolidation of statistical data collection pertaining to students’
enrollment, Statute amendments, Numerical data on teaching/nonDeputy Registrar
:
Sri. Muhammed S.
Assistant Registrar
:
1
Section Officers
:
5
Assistants
:
12
Clerical Assistant
:
1
Typists
:
2
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GENERAL AND ACADEMIC BRANCH II
The details of the activities of General & Academic Branch II during the year 2013 are fur nished below:
Branch Officer
Assistant Registrar
Section Officers
Assistants
:
:
:
:
Sri. Surendran P. (Deputy Registrar)
2
4
12
General and Academic Branch II mainly deals with the service matters of the teachers of the University
Departments and Affiliated Aided Colleges. Besides, general works related to amendments to University Statutes
/ Ordinances / Regulations, implementation of various Government Orders, UGC Regulations etc. with regard to
qualifications, appointments, promotions etc. of teachers are also dealt with in this branch.
The major works include publishing of notifications for appointments, maintaining communal rotation register,
rotation of headships, approval of appointments, reappointments, shifting of appointments, promotion and
placements of teachers under career advancement scheme, fixation of staff pattern, approval of panel for substitute
/ Guest Lecturers under faculty improvement programme, preparation of panel of subject experts and furnishing
the panel to aided colleges / unaided training colleges for constitution of staff selection committee (Teaching),
general works related to the non-teaching staff of private aided colleges etc. Besides, the works related to Arabic
colleges under oriental title colleges, ayurveda colleges, two aided training colleges and NSS College of Engineering
Palakkad, preparation of staff list of more than 60 unaided B.Ed. training colleges, the works related to M.Ed.
course in two training colleges etc. are also dealt with in this branch.
HOSTEL FOR WOMEN
Hon. Warden : Dr. E. Pushpalatha
The Hostel for Women comprises of the Main Hostel and the Annex. The main hostel has 5 blocks with
215 rooms and the Annex has 186 rooms. Altogether there are 391 rooms accommodating more than a thousand
students pursuing various postgraduate and research courses.
Facilities available in the Hostel for Women
¾ Runs a full- fledged mess on contract basis providing healthy and food
¾ Uninterrupted power and continuous water supply
¾ Television rooms (3 TV rooms in the main Hostel and 2 in the Annex).
¾ Fitness Centre with various fitness equipment
¾ Students store for stationary items
¾ Transportation facility from the hostel premises to various departments in the campus
¾ Various types (6) of newspapers
¾ Sports and Games facility
Celebrations of Inmates: The inmates of the Hostel celebrated Onam, Christmas, New year and Hostel
Day in a grand way.
An anti ragging committee and anti ragging squads were constituted in order to curb ragging and related
violence in the hostel campus. Following is the list of committee members:
Convener
: Honorary Warden
Members
: Ms. Pushpa K. (Matron)
Ms. Safiyya M. (Senior House Keeper)
Anti ragging Squads
: Ms. Vineetha (Matron)
Ms. Reesha K. (Research Scholar)
Ms. Animol (Student)
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Staff Position
1. Senior House Keeper
2. Matron
3. Full time Sweepers
:
:
:
1
4
6
INFORMATION & PUBLIC RELATIONS WING
Public Relations Officer
: Zakariya M.V, Assistant Registrar in charge
The Public Relations Wing functions as a nodal centre for disseminating of University Information to the
public as well as mass media. During the current year up to 18.11.2013 this wing has given out 2351 press
releases. The news pertaining to the University that appeared in the print media have been brought to the notice
of the authorities on all days. Rejoinders were given for the baseless and defamatory news published in newspapers.
The wing undertook various programmes during the year. The Wing has organized a seminar on legal awareness
in the campus to create legal awareness for the students. Two seminars on ‘moolyam amoolyam’ (invaluable
values) also conducted in the University to inculcate moral values among students. It could organize and conduct
camp on coronary artery diseases with the cooperation of Kerala Heart Care Society for the University staff and
the public who reside nearby the University. The Wing co-operated with the Basheer Chair for the smooth conduct
of the Basheer quiz. The Vice Chancellor’s interaction with the first year students of the campus Department on
Fresher’s Day was organized by this wing. The wing co-ordinates the publishing work of news bulletin of the
University. It could bring out four issues of the bulletin during the year. The Wing has taken steps to build a ‘Green
Harmony Block’ in front of Tagore Nikethan where three famous religious leaders of Hindu-Muslim-Christian
community planted trees with an aim to create harmony among various communities.
Major activities
Dissemination of information on academic and administrative functioning of the University. Conducting of
weekly cultural programmes, such as staging of a drama on every Friday at University auditorium from
4th October 2013 onwards and screening of a film on every Thursday from 7th November 2013 onwards with the
co-operation of Kerala Sangeetha Nataka Akademi.
Media Relations
a) Issuuing daily press releases to more than 40 media firms including electronic media and internet
news papers
b) Conducts press conferences
c) Observing all the media including Television Channels and issuing rejoinders on baseless news
items about the University
d) All other activities and responsibilities related to the mass media
e) Issuing University advertisements to various dailies on rotation basis
f) Publishing [email protected], quarterly university news bulletin
g) Uploading of day to day activities and information of University in the Facebook.
h) Reporting of all the functions and programs conducted by various departments in the university.
i) Co-ordinating the activities of five information centres.
Programmes Conducted
a) Organized the function for releasing of the logo of Agri-Food-Flower Fest 2013 on 21/01/2013.
b) Organized the inaugural function of starting front office for instant services for students at the Tagore
Nikethan on 11/03/2013
c) Conducted seminar on Legal awareness and anti tobacco campaign on 10/06/2013.
d) Conducted seminars on moolyam amoolyam (invaluable values) on 21/08/2013 and 07/11/2013
e) Organized Teachers Day Celebration namely “Guruvandanam” on 05/09/2013 with the co-ordination of
History, Philosophy and Folklore Studies Departments.
f) Inaugural function of Science Composite Block in association with Dean, Faculty of Science
25/09/2013.
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g) Conducted Heart care Medical Camp on 12/10/2013
h) Co-ordinated the interaction programme of Usthad Amjad Alikhan with the Heads of various
Departments and Directors on 07/11/2013.
i) Associating with Teaching Departments for the successful conduct of various programmes.
Staff Strength
Public Relations Officer
Section Officer
Assistant
Library Assistant
:
:
:
:
LD Typist
: 1
Sri. Zakariya M. V.
1
1
1
INTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE CELL
Details of works undertaken and the Staff working in IQAC Section are given below separately:
Works Undertaken:
1. Activities pertaining to NAAC
2. Data Collection and compilation of Annual Quality Assurance Report.
3. Collection and compilation of data relating to the University, sought by agencies for considering for
Awards.
4. Assisting in updation of data pertaining to the Non-Teaching Staff and Teaching Staff of the University.
5. Organising various National Days celebrations including Republic Day and Independence Day.
6. Works related to inviting Nominations for various Awards instituted by the Central Govt. (viz: Gandhi
Peace Prize, Communal Harmony Award, Indira Gandhi Popularization of Science etc.
7. Compilation of data in connection with Performance Appraisal System.
8. Various activites (Administrative matters) related to Centre for International Academic Relations.
Details of Staff :
1. Section Officer :1
2. Office Superintendent :1
LAKSHADWEEP CELL
Lakshadweep Cell, functioning at Calicut University Campus monitor and streamline the functioning of
three Calicut University Centres in Lakshadweep Islands utilising the funds provided by the UTL Administration.
Administrative Setup
Prof. K.Kunhikrishnan, (Dean, Higher Education, UTL)
(Academic and Administrative Head of the 3 Calicut University Centres and Lakshadweep Cell)
Lakshadweep Centres
1. P.M Sayeed Calicut University Centre Androth, Lakshadweep.
2 Calicut University Centre Kadmath,Lakshadweep
3. College of Education, Calicut University Centre Kavaratti,Lakshadweep
Staff strength
Assistant Registrar
Section Officer
Assistants
LD Typist
CLR Peon
:
:
:
:
:
1 (Co-ordinator LD Cell)
1
2
1
1
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MEN’S HOSTEL
The Men’s Hostel, provides accommodation for post graduate, M.Phil and Research students of the
University. The Hostel for Men students consisting of four blocks provides accommodation to a total of 282
students. In the new Annex Block, the construction of the Ist floor has been completed and IInd floor construction
is progressing fast. The details of the accommodation available in various blocks are as follows.
Sl.No.
1
2
3
4
Name of the Block
No. of Rooms
No. of students accommodated
Old Block
57
52
New Block
100
99
Research Block
39
77
New Annex Block
16
34
Common Room (Old Block)
1
Cappable of accommodating 20 inmates waiting for room allotment
Total
282
The Hostel provides catering facilities to its members and the functioning of the mess is managed by a
committee formed from among the inmates and supervised of the warden.
Recreational facilities including TV sets are provided in the Old Block, New Block, Annex Block and
Research Block. All major news papers are alos provided in the Hostel. Water coolers are installed in three
major blocks. Cooking gas facility is available in the kitchen and uninterrupted water and electricity supply are
ensured in the blocks.
An anti-ragging committee has been constituted in the hostel.
The Hostel staff consists of the following.
Staff Position
Honorary Warden
:
1
Section Officer
:
1
Typist
:
1
Sweeper cum Scavenger :
2
NATIONAL SERVICE SCHEME
ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING
University Level NSS Advisory Committee meeting was held on 13-07-2012 in the EMS Seminar Complex,
University of Calicut. The meeting was presided over by the Pro-Vice Chancellor. Sri. Valsarajan Putham Veettil,
Programme Co-ordinator presented the draft Action Plan proposal for the year 2012-13. The committee noted
and approved the action plan and proposal for programmes.
PROGRAMME OFFICERS MEET
A meet for the Programme Officers of Colleges of Malappuram, Calicut, Wayanad, Thrissur and Palakkad
Districts were held on 07-02-2012 at Seminar Complex, University of Calicut. 152 Programme Officers attended
the meeting. The meeting finalized the NSS Programmes for the year 2012-13.
ORIENTATION COURSES FOR PROGRAMME OFFICERS AND NSS UNIT SECRETARIES
Two separate orientation programmes were conducted; one for the programme officers and the other for
the unit secretaries. One camp was conducted at Calicut youth hostel for the participants of Calicut, Wynad and
Malappuram under the leadership of Sri. Rajan Malayil of the Zamorin’s Guruvayurappan College, Calicut and the
other was conducted at Costford, Ayyanthole, Thrissur for the participants of Palakkad and Thrissur under the
leadership of Prof. Remesh, MET College of Engineering, Thrissur. Both the camps were very much useful and
we distributed the booklet for the P O during the registration time
ORIENTATION COURSES
55 Programme Officers from Calicut University attended the Orientation Course conducted by Empanelled
Training Institute at Rajagiri.
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ADVISORY BOARD MEETING
Advisory Board meetings were conducted in all Colleges to discuss and finalize the action plan for the
year 2012-13. Meeting of the Programme Officers and Unit Leaders are held in all Colleges. Orientation was
also given to the newly enrolled Volunteers.
NSS AWARD GIVING CEREMONY & PROGRAMME OFFICERS MEET
Dr. Feeba Rani John, NSS Programme Officer of Vimala College, Thrissur was selected as the State Level
Best Programme Officer for the year 2012-13.
NATIONAL CAMPS
1.
Republic Day Parade: Two NSS Volunteers from Calicut University participated in the Republic Day
at New Delhi.
STATE LEVEL CAMPS
1.
Kerala State Level Vanitha Silpasala: 10 NSS Volunteers participated in the Vanitha Silpasala organized
by Kerala State Welfare Board from 01-02-2013 to 03-02-2013 at Kakkanad, Ernakulam.
2.
‘UNARV’ Youth Leadership Camp: Twelve NSS Volunteers attended the ‘UNARV’ State Level Youth
Leaders Camp 2013 organised by Mahathma Gandhi University and IHRD National Service Scheme
Cell from 21st to 23rd March, 2013 at College of Engineering, Chengannur.
3.
‘State Level Youth Leaders Camp’ sponsored by Kerala State Youth Welfare Board. Eleven NSS
Volunteers participated from 21st to 24th March 2013 at Kannur University Campus,
Mangattuparamba.
4.
‘State Level Youth Leadership Camp’ sponsored by Kerala State Youth Welfare Board. Twelve Volunteers
participated in the camp from 21st to 23rd March, 2013 at Students Centre, PMG, Thiruvananthapuram.
5.
‘Youth Leaders Camp 2013’ sponsored by Kerala State Youth Welfare Board. Nine NSS Volunteers
attend the camp from 15th to 17th March, 2013 at Lead College of Management, Dhoni, Palakkad.
6.
Capacity Building Training Programme for SC/ST: 10 SC/ST NSS Volunteers participated in the camp
organized jointly by RGNIYD and NSS Regional Centre at Government Youth Hostel, Kakanad,
Ernakulam from 15th to 19th February, 2013.
UNIVERSITY LEVEL PROGRAMMES
1.
“District Level Seminar on Cyber laws and Cyber Crime” for NSS Volunteers on 5th March, 2013 at
PMG College, Chalakudy.
2.
Two days Leadership Training Programme for NSS Secretaries on 14th November & 15th November at
Youth Hostel, Kohikode.
UNIT LEVEL PROGRAMMES
1.
Vanamahotsav Week: (1st to 7th July):- Some of the NSS units planted trees in the campus as part of
Vanamahotsav Week. Carmel Mala conducted a talk on the protection of nature and biodiversity
conservation.
2.
World Environment Day: On June 5th majority of the units observed world environment day. NSS units
of Govt. College, Madappally organized a programme “HARITHAM” and planted saplings on the
Madappaly Nadapuram road. NSS units of Najath college of science and Tech, Govt. Victoria College
Malabar Christian College, SN Alathur, Carmel College, and many other colleges conducted similar
programmes like river cleaning programme.
3.
Hiroshima Day (6th August): In order to sensitize the students about World Peace Hiroshima Day was
observed by the NSS units of Malabar Christian College, Calicut etc.
4.
Independence Day (15th August): Independence Day was celebrated by all units hoisting the national
tri-color flag. Darul Uloom Arabic College, Vazhakkad, Najath College of Science & Technology,
Karuvarakundu, Ideal Arts & Science College, Cherpulassery, celebrated observed Independence Day
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by conducting elocution, essay writing, patriot song & quiz competition. Competitions on patriotic
songs and skit were conducted by NSS units of Providence College. Students took classes on topic
“Gandhiji – our Father of the Nation” and importance of Independence Day.
5.
ASAP training: As decided by the earlier meetings ASAP training and selection programmes were
conducted in the colleges as per the list given and the student participation was very much.
6.
Teachers Day (5th September): Teachers Day was celebrated by almost all units. The NSS volunteers
of MES Arts & Science College, Chathamangalam, Dayapuram Arts & Science College for Women’s,
Holy Cross Institute of Management & Technology, Kozhikode, SNDP Yogam Arts & Science College,
Pulpally greeted teachers with self-made greeting cards, flowers & gifts, conducted an interaction
between teachers, former teachers and students. Some Colleges conducted a recognition session
and distributed mementoes for all teachers. They shared their experience with each other.
7.
World Literacy Day (8th September): World Literacy Day was celebrated by most of the NSS units.
NSS volunteers of SNDP Yogam Arts & Science College, Pulpally P.O., Carmel College, Mala, Little
Flower College, Guruvayoor, Thrissur, MES KVM College, Valanchery and Najath College of Science &
Technology, Karuvarakundu celebrated the day with various programmes. Some Colleges visited a
continuing education centre & interacted with the new literates. NSS units of Najath College of Science
& Technology, Karuvarakundu and MES KVM College, Valanchery, Malappuram conducted Literacy
quiz competition, essay competition and elocution competitions. NSS units of SNDP Yogam Arts &
Science College, Pulpally interacted with local people in their adopted village. They took classes for
them on the importance of literacy and education. An essay competition was conducted on behalf of
World Literacy Day and a pledge was also taken. The NSS unit of KV Ustad Memorial DHO College
made survey on illiteracy rampant in the area. Farook Arts & Science College, Kottakkal in connection
with the World Literacy Day conducted “Computer Orientation Class” in the adopted village. SN Alathur
collected 2000 books to state a village library.
8.
NSS Day (24th September): The NSS Day was observed by almost all NSS units. The volunteers of
Darul Uloom Arabic College, Vazhakkad observed NSS Day by conducting a rally in the adopted
village. Poster was displayed and collage was prepared by the volunteers of Govt. College, Kodenchery.
The NSS volunteers of Farook College conducted photo exhibition. Farook college NSS unit which
uphold the motto “NOT ME BUT YOU” and SOCIAL SERVICE its aim celebrated NSS day. A street
play was performed at Holy Cross College on NSS Day. An essay competition was conducted on the
topic “Selfless Service and Global Peace” as part of the NSS Day. NSS Day was celebrated in
KVUMDHO Arts & Science College. The message came out of the programmes is that the new
generation has to be trained in such a way that they are capable of showing social awareness &
commitment towards society; whatever be the realm of life they eventually reach. A talk was organized
on effective social work by the NSS units of MES Mampad College, St. Joseph’s College, Irinjalakuda
and Carmel College, Mala. In connection with NSS Day pledge was taken in Dayapuram College. N S
S units of Govt. College, Madappalli conducted a class on nursery management and horticultural
practice.
9.
World Food Day (16th October): In connection with the World Food Day the NSS volunteers of MES
Arts & Science College, Chathamangalam, AIWA (Anwarul Islam Women’s Arabic) College, Mongam,
visited an old age home & had food & interactions with the people of that old age home.
10.
Senior Citizens Day: As part of Senior Citizen Day celebration, volunteers of JDT Islam Arts & Science
College, St. Josephs college, iringalakkuda and many other colleges visited nearby old age homes and
spent time with them. Malabar Christian College, Calicut did a unique work by shifting an abandoned
old man to an old-age home PMG celebrated X’mas with senior citizens of the adopted village.
11.
Sadbhavana Day: Sadbhavana Day was observed by oath taking by many NSS units like St. Aloysious
College, Elthuruth, Govt. Victoria College, palakkad and many other colleges.
12.
Kerala Piravi Dinam: NSS units of most of the colleges observed Keral Piravi in a befitting manner.
Literacy competitions were conducted giving due importance to Malayalam.
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13.
MAMO College in association with Kerala Lahari Virudha Vedi and Prasanthi de addiction centre
conducted a University Level de addiction awareness camp from 8th to 10th February, 2013.
14.
Health Programmes: Many health programmes were conducted by the units in association with the
health department and social welfare department. The ‘Snehasparsam’ programme organized by the
Kozhikode District Panchayath for the Kidney/ palliative patients was propagated by the N S S volunteers
of the district. NSS units of P M G College, Chalakkudi and Govt. Victoria College, Palakkad organized
cancer awareness campaigns along with anti tobacco campaign during February2013. NSS units of St.
Josephs College, Iringalakkuda in association with the Kidney federation of India organized a kidney
checking camp and arranged a dialysis support programme on the world kidney day which was attended
by more than 100 people. NSS units of Govt. Victoria College , Palakkad in association with the
Kidney federation of India organized an awareness camp and arranged post death organ donation
campaign. Two health check up programmes were conducted by Carmel college unit in association
with NRHM. Volunteers of SN Alathur participated in polio immunization programme.
15.
‘Students for Palliative Care’ one rupee one life: Alpha Pain Clinic, India’s foremost charitable organization
providing palliative care, in association with NSS Calicut University, various organization and institutions,
had conducted the largest ever get together, “STUDENTS FOR PALLIATIVE CARE”, of the student
community in Thrissur district. “One Rupee, One Life”, a project designed by students under the
initiative, envisages each student to donate one rupee every day. This was inaugurated by Dr.Kiran
Bedi IPS, at Thope stadium on 23rd January 2013. The cricket stars Chamida Vaas, Sairaj Behthule
were present for the function. Around 10000 students participated in the function. PMG conducted
food fest 2013 and the profit was presented to kidney federation of India SN Althur donated Rs. 10,000/
- to kidney patient.
16.
Energy Conservation Day: With a view to make the student community aware of the importance of
energy conservation, SN Alathur conducted quiz and essay competitions in association with KSEB
Prajyoti Niketan College Pudukkad produced an ad film for KSEB.
17.
Paddy cultivation: As part of ‘Return to farm’ project, the NSS volunteers of St. Joseph’s, Irrinjalakuda,
SCAM Govt. College, Kuttanellur, Amal College took on lease 2.5 acres of paddy farm of Thrissur &
Malappuram. 200 volunteers prepared the field ready for sowing seeds exclusively by their personal
labour. No machine or use of oxen has been resorted to. The volunteers themselves sowed the seeds,
removed weeds from the field and maneuvered the same. Activities of Carmel College Mala, Providence
college Calicut, Govt. College Malappuram, St. Aloysius, Elthuruth also and some other colleges are
worth mentioning in this regard. The vegetable garden club of PMG aims at the promotion of organic
cultivation.
18.
First Aid Training: District level First Aid training for NSS Volunteers was organized on 16/3/2013
joining with Society for Occupation Therapy and Rehabilitation, Govt. Mental Health Centre (GMHC),
Thrissur. Venue: GMHC, Thrissur. Dr. Mridhulal handled the session. Around 68 NSS volunteers from
different colleges of Thrissur Dt. participated.
19.
Eye Donation: Eye camps were conducted by PMG College, Chalakudy, St. Josephs College
Irinjalakuda, Carmel College Mala, Prajyoti Niketan College.
20.
Mental Health Awareness: Mental health awareness classes for NSS Volunteers were conducted on
every 3rd Saturday and social work along with skill development training (bread making, soap making,
candle manufacturing),in association with Society for occupation therapy and rehabilitation, was given
on every 4th Saturday at Government Mental Health Centre, Thrissur. Malabar Christian College,
Calicut extended this activities to the Mental Hospital, Kuthiravattam conducted a programme ‘Everybody
has a right to Live’ for the inmates.
21.
District level seminar in connection with 150th birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda was organized
on 12/1/2013 in association with District Information Office, Nehru Yuvakendra. Venue: Sahithya
Academy Hall, Thrissur. The seminar was inaugurated by Adv. Therambil Ramakrishnan MLA., and
presided over by Sri K.V Dasan District Panchayath President. The keynote address was delivered by
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Dr. K. S Radhakrishnan, Chaiman, Kerala PSC. Around 80 NSS volunteers from different colleges of
Thrissur Dt. participated.
The NSS volunteers of St. Joseph’s College Irrinjalakuda, St. Mary’s College Sulthan Bathery constructed
houses for poor family with the participation of public. Carmel College Mala, PMG College Chalakudy constructed
‘home for a classmate and another one under construction. Fund was raised under the leadership of students,
college management, Principal, staff and general public. House construction work has been initiated by the NSS
volunteers of MES Mampad during the Special camp. Mass Action for Plastic and Litter Free Kozhikode was the
prime focus of this year’s Special Camp. The programmes of the Special Camp have been designed by most of
the colleges keeping this aim in mind.
Other major activities of the camp were as follows:
¾ House visits to create awareness against tobacco, drugs, alcohol, panparag and evil effects of plastic
waste, awareness about infectious diseases, importance of eye and organ donation etc.
¾ Debates and classes one various topics were arranged by the NSS units during
¾ Special camps. Classes on personality development, health problems, arts and culture, HIV-AIDS, life
skills, health hygiene, cyber law and traffic rules, legal literacy, pain and palliative care, first aid, group
farming etc. were provided to NSS volunteers and public.
¾ Medical camps were arranged by some NSS units. Blood grouping, screening of chronic illness etc were
done.
¾ Trained local people for proper waste management vegetable garden in the adopted villages.
PAREEKSHA BHAVAN
Controller of Examinations: - Dr. V.V. Georgekutty
Pareeksha Bhavan, the nerve center of University Examinations deals with conduct of examinations for all
courses of the University, arranges the valuation of answer scripts, processes marks, and announces results and
issues diplomas, degrees and certificates.
During this academic year examinations were conducted for various courses of about 450 disciplines and
question papers were set for nearly 15000 examinations. To provide a better and efficient service to students,
majority of the works related to examinations are being computerised. Now for almost all the examinations
conducted by the University, the candidates can submit the applications online and download the hall tickets
from the University website .The Digital Wing has developed software for the processing of marks and issue of
computer generated mark lists of all courses except some medical courses. The computer generated degree
certificates with Hologram for Degree/PG courses are being issued. The Digital Wing provides on-line results of
the examinations conducted by the University. The results can be accessed through the website,
www.universityofcalicut.info.
Pareeksha Bhavan is the University’s most important interface with its students. To provide fast and
efficient services to the students Front office system has been introduced. Front Office is now working in Tagore
Niketan. One staff from each branch of Pareeksha Bhavan is deputed to Front Office. Acceptance of applications
up to its disposal is done through the front office system. E-payment system has been launched during the year
that would benefit thousands of students. The new online system will help the students under the university to
avoid the task of traveling to varsity to merely pay the fees alone. SBT account holders can now pay fees using
www.uoc.ac.in. To expedite the file processing Digital Documentation and Filing System (DDFS) has been introduced
in the Pareeksha Bhavan. Online facility for genuineness verification is also introduced. Students/Institutions can
now verify genuineness of marklists/certificates issued by the University using website www.cudirectverify.in.
Special Supplementary examinations have been conducted in various disciplines of UG/PG courses from 1990 to
2008 admissions during the year. All communications to affiliated colleges and University Teaching Departments
are made electronically through E-Mail / University website. Attempts are being made to completely digitise the
examination system and to serve better the students community.
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The following Officers are helping the Controller of Examinations to carry out the functions of Examination
branches:Joint Controller of Examinations
:
Sri. John C. P. (JCE I)
Sri. Devarajan N. (JCE II)
Sri. Reena A. K. (JCE III)
Sri. Mohanan V. (JCE V)
Smt. Kumari Geetha V. (JCE VI)
Sri. Moideenkutty C. E. (JCE VII)
Sri. Sasikumar K. P. (JCE VIII)
Deputy Registrar
Assistant Registrars
System Administrator
Pool Officer
Section Officers
Section Officer (FC & D)
Office Superintendents
Assistants
Assistants (Provisional)
Computer Programmers
Clerical Assistants
Typist
Roneo Operator
Peon (Regular)
Peon (CLR)
Driver
Sweepers
: Smt. Indira B.
: 19
: Sri. Madhu V. T.
: Sri. M. Rajan
: 112
: 12
: 4
: 253
: 96 (Including on daily wages basis)
: 10
: 7
: 39
: 5
: 25
: 62
: 1
: 9
During the current year the Pareeksha Bhavan conducted examination for the following courses.
1. B.A.
Economics, Politics, English, Malayalam, History, Development Economics, Mass Communication,
Arabic, Functional English, Hindi, Sociology, Travel & Tourism Management, West Asian Studies, Sanskrit
Sahitya, Islamic History, Philosophy, Urdu, Tamil, Music, Mridangam, Economics with Specialisation in Foreign
Trade, Economics with Specialisation in Development Economics.
2. B.Sc.
Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology, Mathematics, Statistics, Bio-chemistry, Computer Science, Polymer
Chemistry, Industrial Chemistry, Bio-Technology, Plant Science, Food Technology, Geology, Electronics, Information
Technology, Environment and Water Management, Industrial Micro-biology, Instrumentation, Bio-Physics,
Aquaculture, Applied Physics, Psychology, Zoology with Sericulture as vocational subject, Applied Statistics,
Genetics, Hotel Management and Catering Science, Medical Microbiology, Medical Biochemistry, Medical
Laboratory Technology, Costume & Fashion Designing, Printing Technology, Hotel Management and Culinary
Arts, Family and Community Science, Geography, Microbiology
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
B.Com.
BBA
BCA
BPE
BFA
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8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
BSW
BLISc
BPEd
BPT
Bachelor of Theater Arts ( BTA)
Bachelor of Interior Design (BID)
Bachelor of Visual Communication (BVC)
B.Sc. in Counseling Psychology – a job oriented course
Bachelor of Multimedia Communication (BMMC)
Bachelor of Tourism and Hotel Management (BTHM)
MA (Private/SDE):- English, Malayalam, Hindi, Sanskrit, Tamil, Arabic, Economics, Politics, History,
Sociology, Philosophy
19. MSc. (Private/SDE):- Mathematics
20. MA (Semester Course):- English, Malayalam, Hindi, Sanskrit Language and Literature (General),
Sanskrit Sahitya, Tamil, Arabic, Economics, Political Science, History, Sociology, Philosophy, Music, Comparative
Literature, Folklore Studies, West Asian Studies, Politics (with specialization with West Asian Studies), Post
Afsal-ul-ulama in Arabic, Islamic Studies, Islamic History Women Studies.
21. M.Sc.(Semester Course):- Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology, Mathematics, Statistics, Microbiology, Environmental Science, Computer Science, Aqua Culture and Fishery Micro-Biology, Applied Geology,
Polymer Chemistry, Applied Chemistry, Plant Science, Clinical Psychology, Electronics, Applied Zoology, Plantation
Development, Psychology, Applied Plant Science, Physiology, Bio-chemistry, General Bio-technology, Home
Science - Nutrition and Dietetics, Bio-Informatics, Medical Microbiology, Medical Biochemistry, Medical Laboratory
Technology, Radiation Physics, Health & Yoga Therapy, Cyber Security, Food Science & Technology ,Geography,
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
M.Com.
MSW
MLISc.
MCJ
MCA
MBA
MPEd
MHA
MPT
MJT
Mater in Theater Arts
Master in Tourism Administration
B.Tech
Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Applied Electronics and Instrumentation, Computer Science
and Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Information Technology, Electrical and Electronics,
Mechanical Engineering, B.Arch., Civil Engineering, Instrumentation and Control System, Production Engineering,
Bio-Technology, Bio-Medical Engineering, Printing Technology, Aeronautical Engineering, Automobile Engineering,
35. M.Tech
Power Systems, Chemical Process Control, Civil/Environment, Mechanical Production, Water Resources
& Hydro Informatics, Manufacturing Systems Management, Internal Combustion Engine & Turbo Machinery,
Power Electronics, Communication Engineering & Signal Processing, Thermal Systems, Computer Science &
engineering, Machine Designs, Applied Electronics & Communication Systems, Power Electronics & Drives/
Power Electronics, Embedded Systems, Electronic Design Technology, Digital Signal Processing, Geotechnical
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Manufacturing Engineering/Production Engineering, Communication Engineering, Computational Linguistics, VLSI
Design, Bio Process Engineering, Signal Processing, Energy Systems Analysis and Design, Energy Systems,
Construction Engineering & Management, Structural Engineering, Computer Integrated Manufacturing
36. M.B.B.S.
37. M.D./M.S./Diploma in P.G. Medicines/DM/MCh.
38. Super Specialty Degree in Medicine
39. B.Pharm
38. M.Pharm
40 B.Sc Nursing
41. M.Sc. Nursing
42. Post Basic Nursing
43. B.D.S.
44. M.D.S.
45. B.H.M.S.
46. M.D. (Homoeo)
47. B.A.M.S.
48. M.D.(Ayurveda)
49. B. Ed.
50. B. Ed. (H.I.)
51. M.Ed.
52. M.Ed. (Tech)
53. BASLP
54. MASLP
55. M. Phil.
56. L.L.B. 3 year course
57. L.L.B. 5 year course
58. B.B.A L.L.B. 59. L.L.M
60. Afzal-ul-Ulama Preliminary First Year and Second Year, B.A. Afzal-ul-Ulama Adib-I-Fazil Preliminary
and Final
61. Certificate courses – Spoken Arabic, Russian
62. Diploma Courses – Spoken Hindi, Traditional Massage, Hotel Management. Gemmology
63. P.G.Diploma Courses
Visual Media Studies, Cheminfromatics, Virtual communication and creative media, Natural disaster
management, Translation and secretarial practice in Arabic , Translation and secretarial practice in Hindi, Commerce
and management in Arabic, Cryptography, folklore, New media and entertainment technologies, Counseling,
PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT BRANCH
Branch Officer
:
Sri. Shaji C Senan ( Deputy Registrar)
Assistant Registrar
:
1
Section Officers
:
6
Assistants
:
9
Office Superintendent :
2
Typist
:
1
Peon
:
2
Pl.D (Planning & Development) Branch as the term denotes deals with the matters related to overall
development of the University. The major works related to grants (ie. UGC & State Plan Grant) which contribute
much to the development of the University are dealt this branch. Projects like introduction of DDFS, E-Governance,
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Online certificate verification, Centrex telephone system are implemented from this branch. Consolidation and
submission of Annual Quality Assurance Report to NAAC is a major important work dealt by IQAC, a section
under Pl.D branch, The works related to the supreme governing body of the University(ie. Syndicate and Senate)
are done by this branch.
The major works include
Convening of the meetings of Syndicate and its Standing Committees.
Convening of the meetings of Senate.
Preparation of the Annual Report and Year Planner
Conduct of Convocation – The Department conducted a Special Convocation on 17/08/2013 and conferred
Honorary Degree of D.Litt. upon Dr. Montek Singh Ahluvalia, M.S. Swaminathan and Justice Fathima Beevi in
recognition of their meritorious contribution to the society.
Formulation of plan proposals of UGC
Allocation of UGC grants
Institution of new Departments/University Centres
Institution of endowments and cash awards
Inviting quotations for running University canteen and Ladies Hostel Mess
Issuance of DSIR Certificate
Renewal of membership in organizations like AIU, ACU etc.
Conducting seminars and workshops of School of Drama
Conducting Planning Board and Building Committee meetings.
Formulation of plan proposals of State Govt. and allocation of the same to various Departments.
Approval of plan proposals of various externally aided schemes.
According sanction for installation and maintenance of telephones, Internet and inflibnet etc.
According sanction for expenditure under Part II plan funds
Conducting seminar/workshop/Frontier Lecture series of all departments
Introduction of Centrex Telephone System.
Introduction of e-governance
Introduction of online certificate verification
Digitization of manuscript library
Introduction of Digital Signature for the Vice-Chancellor
Medical reimbursement of all staff members and managment of University/Staff welfare fund
House Building Advance to University Staff
Observance of National days
Consolidation and submission of Annual Quality Assurance Report to NAAC
Data Centre for maintaining various statistics of the University
Works related to ITSR.
PUBLICATION DIVISION
Staff Position
Publication Officer
Section Officer
Assistant
L.D. Typist
Part-time Sweeper
DTP Operator cum
:
:
:
:
:
:
Omprakash V.
1
1
1
1
Peon 1 (CLR)
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The principal objective of the Publication Division is to publish text books and other research oriented,
socially relevant books at a reasonable price affordable for scholars and common man. Publication Division has
an Editorial Committee for the publication of books with the Vice-Chancellor as the Chairman. The division is
provided with plan funds from the University, and UGC grant for publication of Non-text books/Research works
provided to the College Development Council is also being utilized. The Division has brought out 20 text-books,
5 Non-text books and 2 Journals during 2013. The distribution of Text-books is done through the Calicut University
Central Co-operative Stores and Non-text books through the Bookshop at the Students Trap near the University
Library. The Pre-press works which includes DTP, Layout Design, Cover Design, Copy Editing, Digital Design
etc. are being done in the office. Apart from these routine works, this division undertakes various designing and
preparation works of broachers, news letters, booklets and programme notices for various department and
programmes. As an extension service the unsold copies of text books, for which copyright period is over, are
given free-of-cost to Public Libraries and Schools to encourage the reading public.
PURCHASE DIVISION
The Purchase Division deals with works related to all purchase for various University Departments and
Branches of the University from General fund. Purchases to the self-financing institutions under the University
are also routed through the section.
Staff position
Deputy Registrar
Section Officers
Assistants
Typist
Peon
:
:
:
:
:
Sri. Abdul Azeez
2
5 (1 vacant)
1
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SCHOOL OF DISTANCE EDUCATION
Director
Deputy Registrar
Assistant Registrar I
Assistant Registrar II
Section Officers
Assistants
L.D. Typist
Roneo Operator
Clerical Assistant
Peon
FTS
Driver
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
Dr. Mohamedunni Alias Musthafa M. N.
Sri. Rajagopalan U. V.
Smt. Sheela Ramani P.
Smt. Girija K.
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Nil
1
2
Nil
1
The School of Distance Education (formerly known as Institute of Correspondence Courses and continuing
Education) was established in 1981 to provide educational opportunities through distance learning and
correspondence to the largest possible number of people who remain outside the conventional system of University
education. Now it is a major education provider in Kerala with an annual enrolment of about 60,000 students.
The Private Registration of students under Calicut University is through the School of Distance Education and
Choice Based Credit Semester System has been introduced from 2011 academic year onwards.
ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES
The details of courses offered by School of Distance Education under Regular Stream and Open Stream
are as follows.
UG COURSES
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CCSS COURSES
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Name of Core Course
1.
BA:-
2
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
B Com
B Sc Maths
BBA
BMMC(Bachelor of Multimedia and Communication)
BSc. Counseling Psychology
BID (Bachelor of Interior Design)
History, Economics, Sociology , Political Science, Philosophy, English, Malayalam,
Tamil, Hindi, Arabic, Sanskrit, Afzal-ul-Ulama
PG COURSES
Course
M.Sc Maths, M Com ,, MA Economics, MA Sociology, MA History, MA Politics, MA Philosophy,MA
Malayalam, MA English, MA Hindi, MA Arabic, MA Sanskrit, MA Tamil,
DIPLOMA/ PG DIPLOMA COURSES
1. Diploma in Hotel Management
2. Diploma in Gemmology
3. Diploma in Multimedia & Animation
PG Diploma in Foreign Trade, PG Diploma in TV Programme Production, PG Diploma in TV News
Presentation and Anchoring, PG Diploma in Multimedia, PG Diploma in Web Technology
MBA Programme (Distance Mode)
The University of Calicut launches through its School of distance Education Four Semester MBA Programme
in 2012, designed in keeping with the needs of the ever changing corporate and business world in India and
abroad. It envisages equal opportunity of admission to people from all over the country and abroad.
Contact class centres : Inside Kerala : Calicut, Thrissur
Outside Kerala : Hyderabad, Mumbai, Kolkata
Outside India : UAE, Kuwait, Saudi, Arabia, Sultanate of Oman
Code
02
04
06
07
Name of the Centre
Sree Narayana College, Kannur
WMO College, Muttil, Wayanad
Govt. College, Madappally
St.Joseph’s College, Devagiri PG
Arabic, Sociololgy, Maths)
08
09
10
11
12
14
13
Govt. Arts & Science College, Calicut
Govt. College, Malappuram
M.E.S.K.V.M. College, Valanchery
M.E.S. Kalladi College, Mannarkkad
Govt. College, Chittur
Sree Kerala Varma College, Thrissur
St.Thomas College, Thrissur
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Courses
BA/B.Com
BA/B.Com/M Com, MA Eco.
BA/B.Com/BBA/MA/ M Com
(M.Com, MA-Pol, Hindi, History, Eco, Mal., Eng.,
BA/B.Sc/B.Com
BA/B.Com/M.Com, MA-Eco., Malayalam, Arabic
BA/B.Com& BBA/ M Com
BA/B.Com/MA-History, Eco. Malayalam, M Sc Maths
BA/B.Com/M Com MA English
BA/B.Sc/B.Com/MA-Malayalam, History
BBA/M Com, M Sc Maths, MA-English,
Sociology, Eco.
G.V.H.S.S Kunnumpuram, Edappally, Ernakulam BA/B.Com
G.V.H.S.S & TTI Chalai, Trivandrum
B.Com/BA
Dr.John Matthai Centre, Arnattukara, Thrissur. PG Diploma in Foreign Trade
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No. of Counselling Centres/Programme Centres Inside Kerala
No. of Counselling Centres Outside India
No. of Counselling Centres Outside Kerala
Total applications (processed/received – Counselling/Programme
Centre) this year.
- 158
- 22
- 8
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SDE FEST 2013
A remarkable decision, first of its kind in the history of Indian Universities was taken by the Syndicate vide
item No.2013.938 dated 9/9/2013. The decision was to conduct them Arts Festivals for the students of SDE from
2013.
A colorful procession lead by Hon.Vice-Chnacellor, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Members of the Syndicate and
many other dignitaries with the participation of more than 9000 students from different Districts from Kohinoor to
University Administration was carried out in this connection, on 11.11.2013 (The National Education Day). At the
end of the procession, in a spectacular function in front of the Administration Block Hon’ble Vice Chancellor
declared SDE Fest with effect from 2013 . Sri. Stephan Devassi, the renowned key board artist launched the
Logo of the SDE FEST 2013, followed by his one hour performance.
The District Level SDE Festivals were conducted in the districts of Trichur, Kozhikode, Kannur, Malappuram
and Wynad during Nov. 2013 in 17 off stage items and 38 stage items. The I and II prize winners in the District
level competitions were selected for the SDE Fest.
The University SDE Fest, the first of its kind in the history of Indian Universities, was inaugurated by the
Hon’ble Education Minister Sri.Abdu Rabb on 29.11.2013. The ‘SDE FEST 2013 brochure’ was also launched on
this occasion. The off Stage events were conducted on 29th & 30th of November 2013 in University Campus. The
Hon’ble Vice-Chancellor lighted the lamp and inaugurated the Stage Events of the FEST which was conducted on
9th & 10th of December 2013 at the University Campus.
17 off stage items and 38 stage items were conducted at different stages The winners of the District Fest
proved their extraordinary talents in various literary/art forms.On the day of culmination of the celebrations,
Certificates and Shields to the winners of the Fest were presented. The titles of ‘Kalathilakam’, ‘Kalaprathibha’,
‘Chithraprathibha’ and ‘Sahithya Prathibha’ were also conferred to the toppers in the Fest. Thrissur District
bagged the overall Trophy with 182 points.
UNIVERSITY EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION & GUIDANCE BUREAU
Chief
:
Deputy Chief
:
Dr. K. K. Aravindakshan, Professor
Department of Chemistry
K. K. Janardhanan
University Employment Information & Guidance Bureau, Calicut University is rendering valuable services
to job seekers and students of the campus and affiliated colleges. The Bureau collects and disseminates various
information on occupation, job opportunities, higher studies scholarships, Competitive Examination Recruitments
and provides its extension services to various institutions like higher secondary schools, other educational
institutions and public libraries.
Career Information Room & Career Library
The Bureau is maintaining a career information room to disseminate information regarding facilities for
higher education, scholarships, job opportunities, fellowships etc available in India and abroad.
Periodicals like PSC Bulletin, Employment News, Career bulletins, Thozhil Vartha, Thozhil Veedhi, Kerala
Gazette, other career publications and press cuttings of notifications are made available to the job seekers and
career aspirants.
In the reporting year 287 persons made use of the Career Information room maintained by the Bureau.
Altogether 76 students were given individual information and 56 students attended individual guidance & counselling
sessions.
The career library contains 1430 books on courses, institutions, competitive examinations, personality
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development, interview skills, General knowledge and other career related topics. News papers like The Hindu
and Mathrubhumi are also subscribed.
Career guidance activities
1. Career Exhibitions
The bureau has prepared a set of 85 career exhibition panels designed in flex material on courses and
avenues, scholarships, competitive examinations and other career related topics. During the year 21
poster exhibitions were conducted in various educational institutions which attracted 3384 students.
2. Career Talks
Career Talks were also conducted in 40 institutions during the year
programmes.
4966 students attended the
3. Seminars.
Career seminars were also conducted during the year. One day career seminars were organized in various
Higher Secondary Schools, I T Is and Colleges. A three day seminar was conducted at Govt Arts and
Science College, Meenchanda from 11.3.2013 to 13.3.2013. 671 students of various colleges of Kozhikode
and Malappuram Districts attended the seminar
4. Coaching Class for IBPS
A 15 days coaching class for aspirants of IBPS clerical and Probationary Officers recruitment was conducted
from 28.9.2013 to 18.10.2013 at Seminar Complex, University of Calicut. 40 students attended the
programme. The programme was jointly organized by the Bureau and Kerala State Youth Welfare Board.
UGC Career and Counselling Cell
The UGC Career and Counselling Cell established in the University of Calicut is functioning in the Bureau
has planned various activities and awaiting allotment of UGC Plan Funds for its implementation.
UNIVERSITY HEALTH CENTRE
The University Health Centre was established in January 1972 as a part time clinic and it became full time
since 21.08.1973 with free medical facilities for students, teachers, employees, pensioners and their families.
Free service has been extended to the public, mainly to the residents of the three Grama Panchayats (Pallickal,
Tenhipalam & Chelembra) adjoining to the campus since 06.07.1999. Consultation, medicines and laboratory
diagnostic services are totally free of cost to all patients irrespective of their status.
The facilities and infrastructure available in this centre include:
1. Manpower
:
Medical/ Administrative/Supporting Staff
Medical Officers (on contract basis)
: 2
Consultant Pediatrician
: 1 (Retired Professor, twice in a month)
Section Officer
: 1 (Office Administration)
Staff Nurses
: 5 (3 permanent, 2 DWB)
Nursing Assistants
: 2
Pharmacists
: 2 (1 permanent, 1 contract)
Store Keeper/Pharmacist
: 1
Laboratory Technician
: 1
Hospital Assistant
: 1
Sweeper cum scavenger
: 1
2. Out Patient Clinic:
Out-patient clinic functions in two shifts – Forenoon (08.30 am to 01.30 pm) and Afternoon (01.30 pm to
06.30 pm) - on all week days except Sunday. On public holidays there is no afternoon shift. No kind of service
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charges in any form is levied from patients. Out-patient status in the recent period (79,200 consultation in 2011;
88,200 in 2012 and expected to be around 1,00,000 in 2013) indicates the quality and acceptance of this health
centre. Apart from University community and public, students from a large number of neighboring educational
institutions also solely depend on this centre.
3. Laboratory:
Highly sophisticated laboratory with most modern diagnostic equipments like Fully Automated Biochemical
Analyzer (Biosystem), Fully Automated Hematology Analyzer (Swelab Alfa), Binocular Microscope etc is
functioning in the Health Centre to ensure community service. It functions on all working days from 09.00 am to
02.00 pm to impart all kinds of routine diagnostic tests absolutely free of cost. Majority of the beneficiaries are
the public than staff/student community.
4. Pharmacy:
Almost every kind of medicines including costly antibiotics and Cardiac drugs are dispensing on prescription,
totally free of cost, to all out-patients irrespective of their status. The budget allocation for the purchase of
medicine is steadily increasing every year (Rs. 7,00,000/ in 2011, Rs. 8,00,000/ in 2012, Rs. 9,00,000/ in 2013)
proving the social commitment of University in health care. Though the allotment is Rs 9,00,000, the face value
of medicine purchased and dispensed are approximately Rs 40,00,000 .by purchasing Generic medicines on
rate contract basis
5. Ongoing Developments:
The first floor of the new building for out-patient department is completed and is being equipped with
modern health facilities to make it one of the best in its category providing primary health care. It is expected to
be opened within a short period. Proposals for establishment of Minor Operation Theatre, centralized
computerization, installation of modern digitalized bio-safety X-ray unit and subsequent target to make this
centre on round-the-clock service status are on its way.
UNIVERSITY SCIENCE INSTRUMENTATION CENTRE
Department of Instrumentation was started in the year 1977 and is functioning under the headship of Sri.
Mohamed Sajid.T., Instrumentation Engineer. The details pertaining to the University Science Instrumentation
Centre are furnished herewith.
1. Servicing and maintenance of Instruments & Equipments
The USIC has four sections as detailed below which caters to the servicing and maintenance of all types
of instruments and equipments being used in various departments and offices, up keeping of Campus Networking,
providing technical support and training to the faculties, Non-teaching staff and students:
I.
II.
III.
IV.
V.
VI.
VII.
Electrical/Electronic Section
Mechanical Section
Computer & peripherals Maintenance Section
Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Section
Maintenance of Bio metric punching system
Installation and maintenance of smart class room
Installation and maintenance of campus networking
VIII.
Installation and maintenance of surveillance camera & digital broad casting system.
2. Repair, maintenance and Running of Vehicles
Repair and maintenance of all vehicles in the Central Pool is done by the Department. A service station is
established in the Centre in which water service/oil service and minor repairs are done.
3. Central Facility
I. For scientific work, the USIC is looking after Refrigerated high speed centrifuge, and LCD/DLP
Projectors.
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II. 510 lines Centrex Telephone System is being installed in the campus which facilitates direct to
and fro communications.
III. Automobile service station- A well equipped vehicle service station is maintained in the University
Science Instrumentation Centre for servicing of University Vehicles.
IV. P.A. System:- The Public Address system of the University is maintained and operated by the
University Science Instrumentation Centre.
V. The University Science Instrumentation Centre is maintaining the Audio Conference system, Audio
& Video recording in various conference halls/seminar halls in the University.
VI. Maintenance of computer hardware and campus networking for Internet and e-governance are
implanted and maintained by the University Science Instrumentation Centre.
VII. Maintenance and updation of Bio metric punching system.
VIII. Installation and maintenance of Air conditioning & Refrigeration system in the University.
Staff members
Sl.No
1.
2.
3.
4.
5
6
7
8
Name
Designation
Sri. Mohamed Sajid.
Section Officer
Assistant Section Officer
Assistant
L.D.Typist
Techinican Grade A
Light Vehicle Driver
Heavy Vehicle Driver
Instrumentation Engineer
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Total Staff (Permanent)
Staff members(Contract)
8
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CHAIR FOR CHRISTIAN STUDIES AND RESEARCH
With the construction of its new building nearing completion, the Chair for Christian studies and Research
at the University of Calicut is hopeful that it can enter a new era for effective academic engagement. A brief report
of the different activities led by the Chair in the year 2013.
1. Seminars & lectures:
The Chair hosted the follwing lecture:
A. The Chair organized on 26.10.2013, a seminar on Sri. Thachil Mathew Tharakan, a prominent lay leader of
Christianity in Kerala. The seminar was organized at Kuthiathode, the birthplace of Tharakan. Card. George
Alenchery, the Major Archbishop of Syro Malabar Church, inaugurated the programme. Dr Kurias
Kumbalakuzhy and Dr Cherian Varikatt led the classes. Thachil Family Foundation was a co-host.
2. Different Diploma and Certificate courses
A. Different Diploma and Certificate courses in Theology, Counseling and Catechetics are conducted by the
Chair at different centres in Kerala.
B. Value Education Programme:
The Chair’s 3 year long certificate course for graduate students on value education is held in the following
colleges (Carmel College Mala; Jyothi Engineering College Cheruthuruthy; St Joseph’s College Irinjalakuda;
Little Flower College, Guruvayoor; Sahrudaya Engineering College Kodakara). In the first year, the topic
is personality development and value of life. In the second year, the topic is rights and duties of the
individual, society, and the role of religion. In the third year, the topic is Kerala History and Culture: the
Fundamental Values. The exams were conducted in 5 colleges and certificates distributed in the concerned
period.
3. Eastern Journal of Dialogue and Culture
The Chair’s journal Eastern Journal of Dialogue and Culture (ISSN. 0974-7567) has published its 11th and
12th issue in 2013.
11th issue: Christian Ethics and Contemporary Challenges. 12th issue: Religions, Dialogue and Society
The Chair received ISBN numbers from the Raja Rammohun Roy National Agency for ISBN, Government
of India, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of Higher Education. The Chair will now
be able to publish books.
4. Construction of the new building for the Chair
Indian Institute of Christian Studies, the sponsor of the Chair, had two meetings, 14.7.2012 and 3.11.2012,
in order to discuss the plan for a new building of the Chair. A detailed plan was submitted to the University
authorities. The Vice Chancellor and the Syndicate have approved the plan. The construction was started
on 19.7.2013. The cellar and the ground floor have been completed.
On 22-3-2013, the Governing Body of the Char was held under the President-ship of the Vice chancellor Dr
M. Abdul Salaam. On 27.10.2012, Dr. Sr. Sheena Kolengadan was appointed Visiting professor. She
continued in the position till 26.1.2013.
5. Visiting Professor/ Coordinator
On 30.4.2013, Fr. Paul Pulikkan was again appointed as the Visiting professor. His academic engagements
in the past year are the following.
Publications
Articles: PULIKKAN, P., Contribution of the Syro Malabar Bishops in the II Vatican Council and Conciliar
Reception in the Syro Malabar church, Festshrift in honour of Archbishop Mar Joseph Powathil, Delhi:
Media House, 2013, 265-300.
Conferences and Lectures
1.2013 Nov 21, Good Shepherd Major Seminary, Kunnoth: GS and the Aberrations to Faith today. 2. 2013
Nov 15, The Indian Church’s Contribution to the Council and the lessons to be learnt, CCI XII GBM, Varanasi. 3.
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2013 Nov 6, Mount St Thomas Aluva, Indian Church and Council’s vision of the Church of the Poor. 4.2013 Oct
15-17, The Indian Church and its Contribution to the II Vatican Council, a paper given in Aggiornamento and
Resourcement, Reception of the Council by the Church in Kerala (Vatican Council II seminar).5.2013 April 11-14,
Notre Dame University (Reception of GS in the Archdiocese of Trichur). 6. 2013 April 4, 4-5, Pacem in Terris
After 50 Years, International Conference organized by The Lumen Christi Institute for Catholic Faith, Thought,
and Culture, University of Chicago and the Centre for Civil and Human Rights, University of Notre Dame Law
School. 7. 2013 Feb. 4. Paper at the Symposium on Vatican II, Legacy of Vatican II, organized by Marymatha
Major Seminary, Trichur, Dialogue with Religions: New pathways opened by the Council. 8. 31 Jan.- 3 Feb. 2013,
The International Conference, Revisiting Vatican II, 50 Years of Renewal, Dharmaram Vidya Kshetram, Bangalore,
paper: Asian Contribution to the II Vatican Council: The Story from the Subcontinent and the Oriental Churches
in the Middle East.9. 2013 Jan. 21, Paper at the Symposium on Vatican II, organized by Paurastya Vidyapeedom,
Kottayam, Dialogue with Religions: New pathways opened by the Council.
Conclusion
The Chair thanks the Indian Institute of Christian Studies, the sponsor of the Chair, especially its Chief
Patron, Mar Andrews Thazhath, the Archbishop of Trichur. Thanks are due to the Governing Body, the Advisory
Body and Board of Studies of the Chair, and the Editorial Board of EJDC, Sr Ancitta SABS, office administrator
and Sony Philip the office staff and all well wishers of the Chair.
CHAIR FOR GANDHIAN STUDIES & RESEARCH
Visiting Professor : Dr. R. Surendran
Co ordinator
: U. V. Rajagopalan
The Chair was established in the year 2004 with the objective of empowering the youth and children in the
Gandhian path and dissemination of Gandhian ideals. The activities of the Chair during the year 2013 are
summarized as follows.
Observance of Various Commemorative days in 2013.
1. As in the previous years Martyr’s day was observed On January 30th. Homages were offered in the Chair
hall.
2. The death anniversary of Kasturba Gandhi was observed on 22nd of February.
3. Independence day was celebrated in a befitting manner on 15th August.
4. Gandhi Jayanthi was celebrated on 2nd October.
Lectures/Talks
Dr. Arsu, Visiting Professor of the Chair delivered a lecture on the topic ‘Insight of Gandhi in the 21st
century’ in a function organized by the Academic Staff College, Calicut University in connection with the Gandhi
Jayanthi.
Gandhi Darshan Study Programme in collaboration with Gandhi Darshan Samiti and the Department
of General Education, Govt. of Kerala.
Gandhi Darshan study programme was conducted in the Upper primary and High schools of Malappuram
District. More than 15000 students were enrolled for the programme. 12335 students appeared for the Gandhi
Darshan examination and certificates were issued to the students who passed the examination.
Personality Development Programme
A free Personality Development course for ten days from April 17 to 27 was conducted for the students
who had appeared for SSLC and Plus two examinations. Sixty students from Malappuram and Kozhikode districts
participated in the course. Eminent Professors and other experts from different fields including Psychology,
counselling and personality development were the resource persons. The feed back at the end of the course
was very encouraging.
Books/Publications
1. A handbook on ‘Gandhiji and Freedom struggle’ was prepared by the Chair. This was submitted on May
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10th to the Department of Public Relations and Information, Govt. of Kerala.
2. A reference book on ‘Mahatma Gandhi from writer’s perspective’ was prepared in Hindi by the Visiting
Professor Dr.R.Surendran and submitted to Prabhat Prakasan, New Delhi on June 20th.
3. The proceedings of the National Seminar on ‘Empowerment of Youth in the
Gandhian Path’ was
published in the book form by the Chair in collaboration with Lipi Publications, Calicut in the month of
July. Dr.Shasi Tharoor, Hon’ble Minister for Human Resource Development, Govt. of India released the
book in a function organized at Calicut. The book was received by Prof.(Dr).M.G.S.Narayanan.
Sri.R.S.Panicker, syndicate member presided over the function. The book is edited by Dr.M.C.K.Veeran.
Gandhi Chair Award
The Gandhi Chair Award 2012 was presented to Sri. Sathian Moriyakkad,who is the author of a number
of books on Gandhi. He was selected for the award by a committee constituted for the purpose. The members
of the committee were Sri.R.S.Panicker, Sri.K.Vedavyasan and Sri. Thayat Balan besides the Hon.ble Vice
Chancellor as chairman. The award was presented by the Hon.ble Vice Chancellor Dr.M.Abdul Salam in a
function organized on July 22 for the purpose.
Seminars/Conferences
A two day National seminar was organized on 28th and 29th September in the Tagore Nikethan Hall.
The topic of the seminar was ‘The impact of Gobalisation on Rural Economy’. The seminar was inaugurated by
Sri. Aryaden Mohammed, Hon’ble Minister for Power and Transport, Govt. of Kerala. Hon’ble Vice Chancellor
Dr.M.Abdul salam presided over the function. Sri.R.S.Panicker and Sri.M.Narayanan Nair spoke on the occasion.
Thirty three papers were presented in six technical sessions by eminent professors, research scholars, students
from various Universities including Central University of Kerala, MG University, Kottayam, S.S.S. University,
Kaladi and our University. Few Gandhian activists also presented papers. The Pro Vice Chancellor Prof.
K.Raveendranath delivered the valedictory address. More than 150 delegates participated in the seminar.
Certificates were issued to all the participants and to those who presented the papers.
Other activities
A Vocational training Camp cum demonstration was conducted for rural women during July 22 – 27.
Selected 25 women were given training in making paper bags, covers and file boards.
A drawing competition was conducted on a theme connected to Gandhi on 14th August for the upper
primary and high school students of Malappuram district. More than Sixty students participated in the
competition. Certificates and cash prizes were distributed to the winners.
An Inter collegiate quiz competition was organized on 26th of October for the students of affiliated
colleges of Calicut University. The theme of the competition was ‘Mahatma Gandhi and National Movement’.
Forty-eight teams from different colleges participated in the event. Prof. K.Gopalan Kutty, Dr.R.Surendran,
Dr.S.Radha, Dr.P.I.Devaraj and Sri.T.Balakrishnan were the quiz masters. K.V.Sankaranarayanan Memorial
trophy along with cash prize of Rs.5000/- was presented to the Govt. Law College, Calicut being the first prize
winner. Cash prizes and certificates were issued to Farook College and MES College Mampad being second
and third prize winners respectively. All the top ten teams also were presented with certificates. Shri. K.N.A.Khader,
M.L.A was the chief guest who gave away the prizes to the winners.
Gandhian books were distributed to the students of selected schools of Malappuram District on 18th
October with the financial support of Kottakkal Arya Vydia Sala.
The Governing Body meeting held on 16th March 2013 has recommended to recognize the Chair for
Gandhian Studies & Research as an approved Research Centre of the University in Gandhian Studies. It has
also recommended for starting M.A Gandhian Studies by the University in the Distance Education mode.
The Syndicate has also accorded sanction to open a new Bank account in the SBT, for receiving donations
and contributions from well wishers of the Chair., As per the resolution of the university syndicate that the
cahirs in the campus can apply for recognition as research centres, the chair has submitted the application
and remitted a sum of Rs.5000/- as the fee. Short term and long term research programs will be commenced
shortly. The P.M Foundation, Ernakulam has offered some fellowships for the researchers in this programme.
The chair also wishes to offer some self financed courses at the chair, if permitted.
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Weekly Quran Class
A Quran class is being conducted on Thursdays at 1.20 p m to 2 pm considering the convenience of the
staf who can not attend the programs after 5pm. The number of participant s was between 40 and 50. The
visiting professor himself takes the classes mostly. Dr, E Abdul Majeed and Prof.Yahya Khan of Maharajas
college Ernakulam were other who conducted Hadith classes.
4 day camp workshop
On Value Orientation in Higher Education was organized for college teachers. The camp workshop was
organized in association with Safa College, Edayur, Valanchery and Farook College. The camp wa a good
success as Farook College very benevolently provided all physical facilities like seminar hall and hostels for
gents and ladies. The expenditure was met with the registraion fee.
Open Forum
The arena is meant for conducting very open, free and frank discussion on any topic partly or fully related
to Islam positively or negatively aiming at inculcating genuine interest in learning Islam intellectually. This
programme was inaugurated by the well known US Professor and woman activist Dr. Amina Wadad with her
presentation on the topic Islam in the US today’.
Iftaar Meet
The chair organized during the holy month of Ramadaan and IFTAAR MEET at the Islamic chair Building.
A Good gathering of more than 300 people both male and female participated. Dr, Husain Madavoor presented a
talk on the importance of Ramadaan. Adv. Muammed, secretary of the federation of Muslim colleges, Vice
Chancellor many syndicate membters like TP Ahamed and R S Panikkar and many other dignitaries took part in
the evening seminar as well as the Iftaar feast.
Contribution of C N Ahmed Moulavi Library Books
The Library of the chair has been enriched when the family of late CN Ahmed Moulavi, great Islamic
scholar of very singular views, contributed the books of his personal library to the Islamic chair library.
A good collection of books is contributed to the chair library by Islamic foundation, Areacode, too.
CHAIR FOR MARITIME STUDIES
Chair for Maritime studies is a joint venture of Indian Navy and Kunhali Marakkar Centre for West Asian
Studies and Indian Ocean Studies, Univedrsity of Calicut, inaugurated on 16th October 2004. The Chair funded by
Ministry of Defence. The primary objective of the chair is to undertake research projects relevant to India and
littoral states of Indian Ocean. It envisages interacting with academic and researching institutions in India and
abroad, involved in maritime studies especially in Indian Navy, the National Maritime Foundation, Society for
Indian, Indian Ocean Studies, Institute for Defence Studies and Analysis, etc. It also aims to start an active
publication programme and bring out on a regular basis books, monographs and occasional papers.
EMS CHAIR FOR MARXIAN STUDIES & RESEARCH
The Chair was instituted by the University on 20th April 2000 the Honour Late EMS Namboothirpad and
encouraged an undertake studies in Marxian Philosphy and Literature. The chair mainly undertakes two kinds of
activities. The first part of education iimparted by the chair is to propagate the philosophy of Marxism and
Leninism. In this regard, a good nu mber of classes, publicaitions and seminars are been conducted. The other
one is intented to promotethe students of the loality by providing shorterm courses in computer sciences and
allied subjects and help them to prepare for competetive examinations such as UGC , CSIR etc Sri. Asokan is
the co-ordinator.
SANATHANADHARMA PEETHOM
Swami V ivekananda’s 150th Birth Anniversary was observed with a Seminar and Youth Meet on
12 February at Tagore Nikethan. The Seminar was jointly organised with Swami Vivekananda 150th Birth
Celebration Committee, Sports and Youth Affairs Department Govt.of Kerala, Ramakrishna Math and Ramakrishna
th
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Mission. The Hon. Vice-Chancellor inaugurated the Youth Meet. Swami Aptalokananda of Ramakrishna Mission,
Kozhikode presided over and the representatives of vaious student organisations spoke. The seminar on the
‘Present Relevance of Swami Vivekananda’ was inaugurated by Smt Indira Krishnakumar, Member, Postal Services
Board(Retd) and Swami Chidananda Puri delivered the key note address.
The concluding session discussed the subject’Swami Vivekananda and Indian Nationalism’, Swami
Veerabhadrananda, President, Sri. Ramakrishna Math, Haripad was the main speaker on the occasion, where
Dr. P.I Devaraj presented his paper on ‘SwamiVivekananda conducted for school students were presented with
books, preizes and certificates. Ganga Books, SM Street Calicut extended their assistance for the conduct of
the seminar.
The weekly classes on Mundakopanishad and NaradaBhakthi Soothra by Swami Chithanandapuri and
Swami Paramananda Puri respectively are well attended. Adhyatma Ramayana classes are conducted for
students on all sundays.
VAIKOM MUHAMMED BASHEER CHAIR
The chair could bring out two anthologies of Essays, each in English and Malayalam. The books are a
compendium of papers presented in the National Seminar on Basheer in Indian Languages. The articles in the
volume illustrate the deep influence Basheer exerted on Indian literature. Prof. Scaria Scaria was appointed
Visiting Professor of the Chair for a period of 3 years from 18.10.2012.
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EMP
No ID
EMP NAME
EMP OFFICE
DOB
DOJ
E-MAIL ID
PHYSICAL EDUCATION-DPE-127
31/12/1967
11/08/2000
[email protected]
PHONE NO:
Assistant Director of Physical Education
1
2754
MANOJ K. P.
0494-2401667-72
Assistant Professor
2
3967
ABDUL MAJEED E.
ARABIC DEPT-4
10/02/1973
17/08/2012
[email protected]
3
3156
ANIL K. M.
MALAYALAM DEPT -116
16/10/1969
10/02/2009
[email protected]
4
3262
BAIJU K NATH
EDUCATION DEPT-44
01/05/1966
11/02/2009
[email protected]
5
3086
CHITRA K. C.
ZOOLOGY DEPT -159
01/06/1974
07/04/2006
[email protected]
6
3069
DIVAKARAN R.V.M.
MALAYALAM DEPT -116
31/05/1971
04/01/2006
[email protected]
7
3894
GAYATHRIDEVI D.
LIFE SCIENCE DEPT -114
19/03/1979
28/03/2012
[email protected]
8
3769
HAMEED A.
EDUCATION DEPT-44
10/03/1972
19/11/2010
[email protected]
9
3372
HARILAL C. C.
BOTANY DEPT-9
28/05/1971
18/03/2009
[email protected]
10
1642
JAYASREE K.
PHILOSOPHY DEPT -126
29/11/1955
02/08/1984
[email protected]
11
3781
LAJISH V. L.
DEPT. COMPUTER SCIENCE-172
21/05/1975
17/01/2011
[email protected]
12
3947
LAYANA AANAND
WOMENS STUDIES -158
31/05/1984
08/06/2012
13
3890
LIBU K. ALEXANDER
PHYSICS DEPT
14
3873
MANJULA K. A.
DEPT. COMPUTER SCIENCE-172
25/05/1974
02/04/2011
15
3088
MANOGEM E. M.
ZOOLOGY DEPT -159
05/04/1973
05/04/2006
[email protected]
9895325917
16
3889
MANOJ M. B.
MALAYALAM DEPT -116
30/04/1972
27/03/2012
[email protected]
8547727339
WOMENS STUDIES -158
26/05/1965
0495-2376411
9447539069
403515
[email protected]
[email protected]
-128
[email protected]
17
3062
MINI SUKUMAR
18
3089
MOHAMED SHAHIN T. H. PHYSICS DEPT -128
30/09/2005
[email protected]
05/04/2006
[email protected]
19
3771
NAGENDRA SHREENIWAS
RUSSIAN DEPT -141
12/12/1979
01/11/2010
[email protected]
20
2511
PRADEEP A. K.
BOTANY DEPT-9
21/05/1964
03/07/1995
[email protected]
21
3892
PRADEEPAN PERIYAT
CHEMISTRY DEPT-25
01/02/1981
26/03/2012
[email protected]
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22
3768
PRASEETHA P.
ACADEMIC STAFF COLLEGE -1
23
3150
RAJANI RAMACHANDRAN
PSYCHOLOGY -135
11/05/1976
14/01/2009
[email protected]
0498/2287125
24
3060
RAMESAN M. T.
CHEMISTRY DEPT-25
16/01/1968
01/10/2005
[email protected]
0487 229328
25
3098
RAVIKUMAR C. D.
PHYSICS DEPT -128
22/04/1975
24/05/2006
[email protected]
26
3871
SEBASTIAN C. D.
ZOOLOGY DEPT -159
02/11/1973
05/04/2006
[email protected]
27
3916
SHAMINA M.
BOTANY DEPT-9
16/07/1977
24/03/2012
[email protected]
28
3067
SHYJAN D.
ECONOMICS DEPT-43
13/04/1978
03/10/2005
[email protected]
29
3767
SINDHU S.
NANO SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY DEPT-171
21/05/1970
02/09/2010
[email protected]
30
3774
SINI P.
MATHEMATICS DEPT -119
20/04/1980
10/12/2010
[email protected]
31
3772
SMITHA V. B.
BIO-TECHNOLOGY DEPT- 7
19/03/1978
22/11/2010
[email protected]
32
3770
SOMAN KANNACHAM
KUTTIKUNI
FOLKLORE STUDIES-88
12/05/1970
19/11/2010
[email protected]
33
3765
SREEJITH R.
SCHOOL OF DRAMA -144
09/11/1977
31/08/2010
[email protected]
34
3764
SUNIL KUMAR S.
SCHOOL OF DRAMA -144
03/04/1975
31/08/2010
[email protected]
35
3919
UMER THASNEEM
ENGLISH DEPT-51
27/05/1971
03/04/2012
[email protected]
36
3891
VINEETH R.
HISTORY DEPT -102
27/05/1987
24/03/2012
[email protected]
37
3019
VINOD V. N.
SCHOOL OF DRAMA -144
12/09/1972
20/11/2004
[email protected]
38
3033
ZUBAIR M.
ZOOLOGY DEPT -159
01/03/1968
25/04/2005
[email protected]
[email protected]
04713259100
9947020742
Assistant Professor/Lecturer/Lecturer (Senior Scale)
39
3978
KIRAN KUMAR V. B.
[email protected]
MATHEMATICS DEPT -119
Associate Professor
40
3095
ABDUL GAFOOR K.
EDUCATION DEPT-44
31/05/1970
05/06/2006
41
3359
ANIL KUMAR V.
MATHEMATICS DEPT -119
27/05/1964
28/01/2009
[email protected]
[email protected]
42
2553
ANTONY JOSEPH
PHYSICS DEPT -128
08/11/1961
28/11/1996
[email protected]
0494 - 2403434
43
2508
ARUNA P. K.
EDUCATION DEPT-44
03/02/1960
10/03/1995
[email protected]
0494 - 2401594
44
2994
BAHULAYAN D.
CHEMISTRY DEPT-25
25/05/1968
01/09/2004
[email protected]
45
2703
FATIMA JEEM M.
HINDI DEPT
[email protected]
-101
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46
2934
GEETHAKUMARI K.K.
SANSKRIT DEPT -142
16/03/1967
13/04/2004
[email protected]
47
2570
GOPINATHAN.C.
BIO-TECHNOLOGY DEPT- 7
07/12/1969
30/11/1996
[email protected]
48
3096
JALAJA VARMA
SCHOOL OF DRAMA -144
16/12/1954
21/01/2006
[email protected]
49
2585
JAYAKUMAR K.
STATISTICS DEPT -147
27/05/1965
19/09/1996
[email protected]
50
2481
JOHN E.THOPPIL
BOTANY DEPT-9
16/05/1965
09/03/1995
[email protected]
51
3373
JOHNSON B.
COMMERCE AND MANAGEMENT
31/07/1962
10/09/2009
[email protected]
9446182862
52
2463
JOSEPH M. A.
COMMERCE AND MANAGEMENT
STUDIES-29
07/01/1961
18/01/1995
[email protected]
0494 - 2401100
53
3084
KANNANN V. M.
ZOOLOGY DEPT -159
01/05/1964
07/04/2006
[email protected]
54
3247
MADHU T. V.
PHILOSOPHY DEPT -126
27/02/1967
25/02/2009
[email protected]
55
3148
MANIKANDAN K.
PSYCHOLOGY -135
07/01/1966
15/01/2009
[email protected]
56
2586
MANISH KUMAR P. R.
BIO-TECHNOLOGY DEPT- 7
27/12/1959
30/11/1996
[email protected]
57
3154
MARGRET V. G.
HINDI DEPT -101
12/03/1962
13/02/2009
[email protected]
58
3094
MEERA K. P.
EDUCATION DEPT-44
01/06/1963
20/04/2006
[email protected]
59
2693
MOHAMED MUSTHAFA .M.
PHYSICS DEPT -128
24/08/1966
06/03/1999
[email protected]
60
2717
MOIDEENKUTTY A.B.
ARABIC DEPT-4
18/05/1964
16/12/1998
[email protected]
0494 - 2402192
61
3064
MOLY KURUVILLA
WOMENS STUDIES -158
31/07/1962
01/10/2005
[email protected]
9495316308
62
3160
MUHAMMED MAHEEN A.
HISTORY DEPT -102
24/04/1965
06/03/2009
[email protected]
9495549821
63
3058
MURALEEDHARAN K.
CHEMISTRY DEPT-25
10/01/1961
29/09/2005
[email protected]
9447567203
64
2682
NASSER M.
ZOOLOGY DEPT -159
10/07/1963
20/01/1999
[email protected]
9447446375
65
2569
PRADYUMNAN P. P.
PHYSICS DEPT -128
17/05/1971
23/08/1996
[email protected]
0494 - 2404545
66
3078
PRAMOD KOVVAPRATH
HINDI DEPT -101
12/05/1973
18/01/2006
[email protected]
67
2088
RAJI PILAKKAT
MATHEMATICS DEPT -119
30/07/1962
14/03/1990
[email protected]
68
1708
RAMACHANDRAN P.T.
MATHEMATICS DEPT -119
01/06/1959
12/07/1985
[email protected]
69
3163
RAMACHANDRAN K.V.
ECONOMICS DEPT-43
04/06/1961
13/02/2009
[email protected]
70
3077
RAVEENDRAN P.
CHEMISTRY DEPT-25
20/05/1967
30/12/2005
[email protected]
71
2668
SAILAS BENJAMIN
BOTANY DEPT-9
03/05/1964
16/12/1998
[email protected]
72
3131
SATHEESH E K.
COMMERCE AND MANAGEMENT
STUDIES-29
20/05/1969
28/03/2008
[email protected]
73
3079
SETHUNATH R.
HINDI DEPT -101
28/05/1964
12/01/2006
[email protected]
74
3145
SHERRIF K.M.
ENGLISH DEPT-51
20/10/1962
06/01/2009
[email protected]
75
3083
SHIBU VARDHANAN Y.
ZOOLOGY DEPT -159
28/05/1970
12/04/2006
[email protected]
76
1937
SREEKUMARI S.
RUSSIAN DEPT -141
13/07/1956
11/11/1988
[email protected]
77
3147
SUNDARESWARAN N.K. SANSKRIT DEPT -142
28/05/1964
24/12/2008
[email protected]
9446146982
78
2683
THOMAS KUTTY L.
MALAYALAM DEPT -116
20/10/1964
25/09/1998
[email protected]
0494 - 2400774
79
2488
USHA P.
EDUCATION DEPT-44
20/01/1959
10/03/1995
[email protected]
0495 - 2324028
80
2482
VASUDEVAN T.M.
LIBRARY SCIENCE DEPT -113
01/01/1970
06/04/1995
[email protected]
9446418742
81
3374
VIJAYACHANDRAN PILLAI B.
COMMERCE AND MANAGEMENT
STUDIES-29
10/05/1960
10/09/2009
[email protected]
82
3153
VINODKUMAR A. M.
PHYSICS DEPT -128
28/04/1967
27/01/2009
[email protected]
SAKEER HUSSAIN V. P.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION-DPE-127
10/02/1975
09/06/2013
[email protected]
STUDIES-29
9446252722
9895646777
0494 - 2402771
0495 - 2371818/
2269300
9447677972
9847144563
9446480065
Deputy Director DPE
83
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Lecturer
84
3143
ABDUL MAJEED K.K.
SANSKRIT DEPT -142
05/02/1975
15/12/2008
[email protected]
85
3152
DENOJ SEBASTIAN
LIFE SCIENCE DEPT -114
24/05/1976
18/12/2008
[email protected]
9745300125
86
3377
EMMANUEL SIMON
LIFE SCIENCE DEPT -114
15/09/1979
17/09/2009
[email protected]
87
3917
GOVINDA VARMA RAJA E.K.
FOLKLORE STUDIES-88
25/11/1955
01/01/1980
[email protected]
88
3202
HARIDAS V.V.
HISTORY DEPT -102
20/05/1973
12/03/2009
[email protected]
9446905800
89
3375
HERMAN P.J.
HINDI DEPT -101
06/04/1973
10/09/2009
[email protected]
0484 - 2231840
90
3158
MOHAMED HANEEFA K.
LIBRARY SCIENCE DEPT -113 19/07/1973
09/02/2009
[email protected]
9895622811
91
2538
MUHAMMADALI N.
MASS COMMUNICATION DEPT -118
01/01/1970
14/11/1995
[email protected]
9447252789
92
3169
MUJEEBU REHIMAN M.P. HISTORY DEPT -102
17/04/1973
12/03/2009
[email protected]
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3017
NAJUMUL SHAHI A.
SCHOOL OF DRAMA -144
31/05/1971
19/11/2004
94
2718
PREETHI KUTTIPULACKAL
MATHEMATICS DEPT -119
14/03/1973
12/10/1998
[email protected]
[email protected]
95
3087
PUSHPALATHA E.
ZOOLOGY DEPT -159
30/05/1967
05/04/2006
[email protected]
96
3376
REENU GEORGE
ENGLISH DEPT-51
05/12/1980
18/09/2009
[email protected]
97
2962
RENUKA N. K.
CHEMISTRY DEPT-25
25/05/1973
07/04/2004
[email protected]
98
3155
SOMANADHAN P.
MALAYALAM DEPT -116
31/05/1965
11/02/2009
[email protected]
99
3157
SUBRAMANIAN V.K.
HINDI DEPT -101
20/05/1966
11/02/2009
[email protected]
100 3164
SUNOJ KUMAR P.
BOTANY DEPT-9
25/05/1970
07/03/2009
[email protected]
101 3360
VASUMATHI T
EDUCATION DEPT-44
26/05/1968
13/02/2009
[email protected]
102 3293
YUSUF A.
BOTANY DEPT-9
25/05/1969
05/03/2009
[email protected]
103 3162
ZABEENA HAMEED P.
ECONOMICS DEPT-43
16/08/1973
12/02/2009
[email protected]
9447686071
0495/-2461734
9446480002
Lecturer (Senior Scale)
104 2961
MADHAVAN K.S.
HISTORY DEPT -102
21/05/1968
12/04/2004
[email protected]
105 3018
SHIBU S.KOTTARAM
SCHOOL OF DRAMA -144
28/05/1969
20/11/2004
[email protected]
106 3859
ABDUL MUJEEB V.M.
CHEMISTRY DEPT-25
26/05/1959
19/11/2010
[email protected]
107 3068
ANIL KUMAR V.
MALAYALAM DEPT -116
01/06/1964
04/01/2006
[email protected]
0494-2567160
108 1638
ARAVINDAKSHAN K.K.
CHEMISTRY DEPT-25
05/07/1954
09/11/1984
[email protected]
9447538431
109 3261
ASOKAN MUNDON
HISTORY DEPT -102
15/10/1956
11/03/2009
[email protected]
Professor
110 1719
CHANDRAN C.
STATISTICS DEPT -147
14/06/1962
14/03/1991
[email protected]
111
ELYAS K.K.
BIO-TECHNOLOGY DEPT- 7
11/02/1966
20/03/2009
[email protected]
3306
0494-2402010
112 2304
FATHIMATHU ZUHARA K.
LIFE SCIENCE DEPT -114
03/10/1957
09/11/1989
[email protected]
9446252428
113 2709
GANESH K.N.
HISTORY DEPT -102
25/05/1954
28/09/1998
[email protected]
0494-2401496
114 1013
GOKULDAS M.
ZOOLOGY DEPT -159
29/11/1954
23/10/1979
[email protected]
115 2666
GOPINATHAN K.
PHILOSOPHY DEPT -126
11/07/1957
19/09/1998
[email protected]
116 2733
JAYAN C.
PSYCHOLOGY -135
27/06/1956
19/11/1998
117 2479
JAYARAM K.M.
BOTANY DEPT-9
118 2694
JOSEPH K.X.
ECONOMICS DEPT-43
21/02/1958
01/03/1999
cue2694[email protected]
94470 69257
119 1560
JOSEPH M.V.
BIO-TECHNOLOGY DEPT- 7
29/04/1954
17/09/1984
[email protected]
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78
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FINANCE 5 -84
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HEALTH SCIENCES-CALICUT -100
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89
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HINDI DEPT -101
28/04/1974
19/09/2012
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90
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KRISHNA KUMAR P.
NANO SCIENCE AND
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23/05/1973
30/03/2009
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91
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30/05/1971
16/12/2009
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92
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94
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95
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PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT 1 -130
28/11/1975
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96
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PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT 1 -130
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97
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PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT 1 -130
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9995016840
98
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PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT II -129
03/04/1974
18/02/2011
[email protected]
9746873394
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100 3848
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PRO-VICE CHANCELLOR OFFICE-134
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102 3103
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9947967777
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9745321704
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SCHOOL OF DISTANCE EDUCATION -143
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9495856499
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SCHOOL OF DISTANCE EDUCATION -143
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SCHOOL OF DISTANCE EDUCATION -143
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110 3995
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SCHOOL OF DISTANCE EDUCATION -143
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ZOOLOGY DEPT -159
05/05/1975
31/01/2013
[email protected]
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9048296578
9846859334
9847182012
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9746223351
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113 3979
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ENGINEERING DEPT-48
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9847212451
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121 3043
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123 1977
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20/05/1962
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[email protected]
0495-2492632
2730455
ENGINEERING DEPT-48
Assistant Forman
124 2702
JAYAPRAKASAN V.G.
UNIVERSITY PRESS -153
31/05/1966
11/06/1997
[email protected]
125 1705
KOMALAM K.
UNIVERSITY PRESS -153
22/05/1960
10/01/1986
[email protected]
126 2361
SANTHA M.K.
UNIVERSITY PRESS -153
14/05/1962
10/12/1990
[email protected]
75
Annual Report 2013 - Administration
Assistant Librarian
127 1842
KUTTAPPAN C.
128 2039
ABDUL GAFOOR
CHMK LIBRARY-26
12/05/1961
11/10/1988
[email protected]
9446403211
NATTIKALLINGAL
CHMK LIBRARY-26
28/05/1962
129 1769
ABDUL LATHEEF P.K.
CHMK LIBRARY-26
03/08/1959
26/10/1988
[email protected]
9895038325
19/03/1986
[email protected]
130 2038
ABDULSALAM M.P.
CHMK LIBRARY-26
15/01/1961
04/08/1988
[email protected]
131 2484
BALAKRISHNAN T.M.
CHMK LIBRARY-26
27/11/1959
11/05/1994
[email protected]
132 1942
BEENA V.C.
CHMK LIBRARY-26
25/07/1962
07/10/1988
[email protected]
133 2447
LALITHAKUMARI K.P.
CHMK LIBRARY-26
30/05/1968
29/04/1991
[email protected]
134 2310
MURALEEDHARAN P.
CHMK LIBRARY-26
20/05/1960
16/05/1990
[email protected]
9446782727
135 1897
MYTHILI K.V.
CHMK LIBRARY-26
02/05/1960
12/07/1988
[email protected]
0495-22740391
136 2017
SHEEJA K.C.
CHMK LIBRARY-26
25/07/1963
11/05/1989
[email protected]
9446366624
137 2309
SUJATHA V.
CHMK LIBRARY-26
28/05/1965
04/04/1991
[email protected]
9446646379
138 1896
SUJAYA P.
CHMK LIBRARY-26
25/07/1963
24/10/1988
[email protected]
9496172448
139 2438
VINOD V.M
CHMK LIBRARY-26
08/01/1969
02/12/1993
[email protected]
140 2249
MEENA C.K.
HISTORY DEPT -102
01/06/1966
08/11/1990
[email protected]
2322099
EXAMINATION 17 - 62
22/12/1962
08/12/1989
[email protected]
9567947489
9495621566
9747129128
9446248838
Assistant Programmer
141 2113
AJITHKUMAR T.P.
Assistant Registrar
142 1425
PLAYIMI M.C.
FINANCE 2 -81
30/05/1959
04/12/1982
[email protected]
143 1812
ABDUL KAREEM MECHERI
ADMINISTRATION- 2
01/06/1963
19/11/1986
[email protected]
144 1693
ANUJA BALAKRISHNAN
ADMINISTRATION- 2
07/03/1961
23/04/1984
[email protected]
145 1957
SEBASTIAN THOMAS
ADMINISTRATION- 2
23/04/1960
09/05/1988
[email protected]
0495-2360024
7293301184
146 1863
GEETHA M.P.
COLLEGE DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL-28
31/05/1964
09/05/1988
[email protected]
0494-2404001
147 1878
RADHAKRISHNAN V.
COLLEGE DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL-28
15/10/1958
13/01/1986
[email protected]
9496163445
148 1924
ABDUL AHED PATHIYIL
DEPARTMENT OF LIFELONG
LEARNING AND EXTENSION 176
01/06/1963
10/06/1988
[email protected]
149 1870
PROMODH M.K.
EQUIVALENCY AND MIGRATION -180
01/07/1963
21/06/1988
[email protected]
0494-2401646
150 1880
MAMMEDKUTTY K.
EXAMINATION - ACCOUNTS -54
01/03/1961
07/05/1988
[email protected]
9446631043
151 1913
VELAYUDHAN KALLEPURATH
EXAMINATION 1- 58
17/05/1963
07/05/1988
[email protected]
152 1966
JOSE V.K.
EXAMINATION 10 -59
30/05/1959
09/05/1988
[email protected]
153 1921
SOBHA P.V.
EXAMINATION 10 -59
14/07/1963
07/06/1988
[email protected]
9446401014
9446384950
154 1930
UMMER A.
EXAMINATION 10 -59
15/12/1959
01/06/1988
[email protected]
0494-2404541
155 1984
LEELAMONY R.
EXAMINATION 13 - 60
11/04/1959
09/06/1988
[email protected]uoc.ac.in
0494-2401718
156 1781
AJITHA K.M.
EXAMINATION 14 - 61
05/05/1958
27/01/1986
[email protected]
9447696945
157 1713
VISWANATH K.
EXAMINATION 17 - 62
17/06/1961
28/10/1985
[email protected]
9446477388
158 2057
ABDUL KAREEM M.
EXAMINATION 18 -63
15/04/1959
25/04/1985
[email protected]
9496285725
159 1907
GEETHA MENON C.
EXAMINATION 7 -69
10/08/1960
10/06/1988
[email protected]
0494 2401137
160 2043
PRAVEENA R.
EXAMINATION JR II -73
25/03/1964
09/05/1988
[email protected]
161 1886
SUMANGALA V.K.
EXAMINATION JR II -73
27/08/1962
07/05/1988
[email protected]
9847182234
162 1875
RAJENDRAN P.P.
EXAMINATION JR III -74
15/05/1960
09/05/1988
[email protected]
0494-2404331
163 1421
GIRIJA M.V.
FINANCE 1 -80
23/07/1961
27/10/1982
[email protected]
164 1717
NEENA N.
FINANCE 1 -80
31/05/1960
06/01/1986
[email protected]
165 1873
RAVIKUMAR B.
FINANCE 4 -83
01/08/1962
09/05/1988
[email protected]
9447439630
166 1895
BABU U.D.
FINANCE 5 -84
07/04/1962
14/06/1988
[email protected]
9447548309
167 1940
JAYANTHI O.B.
FINANCE 5 -84
17/05/1960
07/05/1988
[email protected]
[email protected]
168 1881
ABOOBACKER SIDHEEQUE
FINANCE -FO S OFFICE -87
04/05/1961
07/05/1988
169 1865
ABDUL KAREEM M.T.
GENERAL AND ACADEMIC 2 -95
30/05/1962
13/05/1988
[email protected]
0494-2403498
170 1887
RAJALAKSHMY P.T.
GENERAL AND ACADEMIC 2 -95
31/07/1962
06/06/1988
[email protected]
9847107174
171 1933
SURESH E.K.
HEALTH SCIENCES -CAMPUS -99
13/05/1960
10/05/1988
[email protected]
172 1684
ABDUL NAZAR K.M.
I.E.T-103
11/06/1959
30/12/1981
[email protected]
9895244635
173 1975
GEORGE JOSEPH
INTERNAL AUDIT WING-166
30/05/1961
24/08/1988
[email protected]
0494-2401634
0494-2403492
174 1885
ALPHONSA A.R.
PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT 1 -130
03/02/1960
07/05/88
[email protected]
175 1714
SHAJI C. SENAN
PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT 1 -130
17/05/1958
10/01/86
[email protected]
76
University of Calicut
176 1906
SHAJEE K.
PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT II -129
07/03/1963
17/05/1988
[email protected]
9447328007
177 1952
ZAKARIYA M.V.
PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICE-136
16/11/1958
06/05/1988
[email protected]
0494-2401645
178 1867
GIRIJA K.
SCHOOL OF DISTANCE EDUCATION -143
31/07/1962
14/07/1988
[email protected]
0494-2403380
179 1654
RAJAGOPALAN U.V.
SCHOOL OF DISTANCE EDUCATION -143
15/05/1960
19/06/1985
[email protected]
9447748957
180 1657
SHEELA RAMANI P.
SCHOOL OF DISTANCE EDUCATION -143
02/04/1959
08/07/1985
[email protected]
181 1898
ABDUNNASIR P.S.
VICE-CHANCELLORS OFFFICE-155
01/05/1963
14/06/1988
[email protected]
9447336223
Deputy Registrar
182 1651
PAVITHRAN E.P.
EXAMINATION 2 - 64
04/03/1960
09/04/1985
[email protected]
9446158255
183 1648
SHANAWAZ T.P.
COLLEGE DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL-28
24/05/1958
24/11/1984
[email protected]
9747405936
184 1692
SREEDHARAN P.
DIRECTORATE OF RESEARCH - 177
15/05/1961
15/02/1984
[email protected]
9495179745
185 1668
USHA K.
EXAM DISTANCE -162
01/12/1959
03/02/1984
[email protected]
0483-2891180
186 1633
DEVARAJAN N.
EXAMINATION - BA BRANCH -55
11/05/1961
15/06/1985
[email protected]
9497304040
187 1672
REENA A.K.
EXAMINATION 10 -59
01/01/1959
03/04/1985
[email protected]
0496-2610474
188 1250
KUMARI GEETHA V.
EXAMINATION JR II -73
28/08/1958
02/04/1981
[email protected]
189 1511
JOHN C.P
EXAMINATION JR III -74
11/08/1960
12/05/1983
[email protected]
9744232174
190 1621
RAJEEV P.R.
FINANCE 1 -80
20/02/1959
18/04/1984
[email protected]
9446364938
191 1649
JAYENDRAN KARAYI
FINANCE 2 -81
30/03/1959
02/04/1985
[email protected]
9446081437
192 1625
MUHAMMED S.
GENERAL AND ACADEMIC 1 -94
04/02/1959
24/09/1984
[email protected]
9447675912
193 1744
SURENDRAN P.
GENERAL AND ACADEMIC 2 -95
15/05/1958
29/04/1985
[email protected]
0494-2674674
194 1674
JOHN ANTONY M.
GENERAL AND ACADEMIC 3 -96
25/03/1959
18/06/1985
[email protected]
9446163244
195 1752
MOIDEENKUTTY C.E
PHYSICAL EDUCATION-DPE-127
13/04/1959
09/05/1984
[email protected]
9645775757
196 1682
ABDUL AZEEZ T.K.
PURCHASE SECTION-138
15/05/1958
14/12/1981
[email protected]
9446357061
UNIVERSITY PRESS -153
25/05/1961
28/09/1982
[email protected]
0494-2400830
Assistant Superintendent - University Press
197 1438
VARGHESE T.P.
Asst.Section Officer
198 3474
JAYESH K.JOSEPH
EXAMINATION JR III -74
13/04/1977
24/12/2009
[email protected]
9349958744
199 3316
ABDUL AZEEZ KUNNOTH
EXAMINATION 1- 58
08/01/1974
04/04/2009
[email protected]
9447100681
200 3665
ABDUL AZEEZ PALATHINGAL REGISTRAR OFFICE-140
10/04/1969
03/08/2010
[email protected]
9496792586
201 3266
ABDUL HAKEEM M.
EXAM DISTANCE -162
05/05/1969
27/03/2009
[email protected]
201 2150
ABDUL HAKH PALLITHODIKA
STUDY CENTER CALICUT -151
03/05/1964
18/05/1989
[email protected]
None
203 2671
ABDUL MAJEED KORALOTTI
SCHOOL OF DISTANCE EDUCATION -143 04/05/1976
11/02/1998
[email protected]
None
204 2602
ABDURAHIMAN P.
FINANCE 5 -84
01/06/1964
30/10/1995
[email protected]
205 3364
ABRAHAAM B C
EXAMINATION JR II -73
13/05/1974
04/06/2009
[email protected]
205 1161
AHAMED PONNACHAN
ADMINISTRATION- 2
07/12/1958
02/08/1979
[email protected]
206 3366
AHAMMED BASHEER T.A
GENERAL AND ACADEMIC 1 -94
01/02/1970
20/06/2009
[email protected]
207 3194
AJAYAKUMAR T K
CCSIT VATAKARA-24
31/05/1973
28/03/2009
[email protected]
9847670743
208 3344
AJI HANEEF
EXAMINATION 13 - 60
08/03/1975
26/05/2009
[email protected]
9846984294
209 3274
AJITH SYAM PRASAD T
LAKSHADWEEP CELL-174
31/05/1976
01/04/2009
[email protected]
9446879398
210 2723
AJITHKUMAR C.
FINANCE 3 -82
17/05/1981
23/06/1999
[email protected]
—
211 2005
AJITHKUMAR K.P.
ADMINISTRATION- 2
03/05/1960
15/02/1989
[email protected]
9746923961
212 2929
AKHIL DAS T
EXAMINATION CE OFFICE -79
25/05/1985
27/06/2003
[email protected]
9947514192
213 3333
AMBIKA P
FINANCE 5 -84
22/10/1961
26/05/2009
[email protected]
9895949676
214 3280
ANIL KUMAR M.S
COLLEGE DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL-28
25/05/1976
31/03/2009
[email protected]
215 3219
ANIL KUMAR K.
EXAMINATION 13 - 60
02/03/1974
27/03/2009
[email protected]
216 2604
ANOOP KUMAR T.
EXAMINATION POOL 2 -76
15/08/1959
01/11/1995
[email protected]
217 3484
ANOOP K.M
EXAMINATION 10 -59
19/10/1975
02/01/2010
[email protected]
9446302619
218 2976
ANSAR MOHAMED M.
GENERAL AND ACADEMIC 1 -94
28/05/1985
27/06/2003
[email protected]
0494-2454217
219 3256
ANUPAMA SACHINDRAN
ADMINISTRATION- 2
29/12/1976
25/03/2009
[email protected]
220 3335
ANURADHA V.
ADMINISTRATION- 2
16/04/1969
26/05/2009
[email protected]
221 2747
ANWAR THOTTASSERY
EXAMINATION 14 - 61
23/07/1979
222 3090
ARUN K. V.
VICE-CHANCELLORS OFFFICE-155
223 3302
ASHOK KUMAR T.
EXAM DISTANCE -162
18/05/1970
07/04/2009
[email protected]
224 2635
ASHOK KUMAR K.P.
EXAMINATION 10 -59
10/05/1976
21/11/1996
[email protected]
None
225 3553
ASMABEEVI PUTHIYATH
EXAMINATION JR II -73
30/05/1973
10/02/2010
[email protected]
9846420945
226 2845
ASOKAN V.K.
EXAMINATION 10 -59
23/02/2004
[email protected]
77
57018348616
9446253352
04/10/1999
[email protected]
2451005
07/06/2006
[email protected]
9562475443
Annual Report 2013 - Administration
227 3398
AYSHAMUMTAZ T.K.
EXAMINATION 13 - 60
23/03/1971
18/12/2009
[email protected]
228 3201
BABU D.
EXAMINATION JR III -74
10/05/1967
18/03/2009
[email protected]
229 3178
BAIJU P.K.
FINANCE 1 -80
25/05/1975
18/03/2009
[email protected]
230 3180
BEENA A.K.
GENERAL AND ACADEMIC 3 -96
16/02/1974
18/03/2009
[email protected]
231 3168
BEENA V.
EXAMINATION JR III -74
24/05/1975
20/03/2009
[email protected]
9961266795
232 3182
BEERAN ANNANGADAN
EXAMINATION 18 -63
06/02/1964
19/03/2009
[email protected]
233 2460
BHAMA A.
FINANCE 1 -80
17/10/1961
07/02/1994
[email protected]
234 3357
BINDIYA P.
EXAMINATION 1- 58
18/06/1977
05/06/2009
[email protected]
235 3329
BINDU K.C.
EXAMINATION 14 - 61
01/06/1969
27/05/2009
[email protected]
236 3317
BINDU RAMACHANDRAN
CCSIT MANJERI-17
10/03/1971
24/04/2009
[email protected]
9495076164
237 3349
BINDU P.
EXAMINATION 10 -59
03/05/1972
26/05/2009
[email protected]
9633724867
238 3517
BINDUMOL M.K.
EXAMINATION 14 - 61
26/05/1975
19/12/2009
[email protected]
9496243346
239 3362
BINU D.
VICE-CHANCELLORS OFFFICE-155
25/04/1978
01/06/2009
[email protected]
9895511817
240 3311
BINUMON S.
FRIENDS SERVICE CENTER PALAKKAD-91
30/05/1976
01/04/2009
[email protected]
9446976633
241 3365
BYJU K.
EXAMINATION - ACCOUNTS -54
15/04/1972
04/06/2009
[email protected]
242 3238
CHANDRAKUMAR P.
DIRECTORATE OF RESEARCH - 177
20/05/1974
25/03/2009
[email protected]
243 1931
CHANDRAN K.
EXAMINATION 13 - 60
18/05/1964
31/05/1988
[email protected]
244 2808
CHARLES P.CHANDY
FINANCE 1 -80
30/04/1979
01/08/2001
[email protected]
245 3186
DEEPA G.H.
EXAMINATION 18 -63
28/05/1974
18/03/2009
[email protected]
246 3343
DEEPA K.
HEALTH SCIENCES -CAMPUS -99
21/02/1976
26/05/2009
[email protected]
247 3263
DEEPAK GEORGE
EXAMINATION JR II -73
21/04/1976
18/03/2009
[email protected]
[email protected]
248 3223
DEEPAK P.V.
EXAMINATION 13 - 60
11/02/1977
27/03/2009
249 3336
DHALIA CHANDRAN
ADMINISTRATION- 2
26/09/1977
26/05/2009
[email protected]
250 3253
DINESH KUMAR V.P.
STUDENTS WELFARE -150
25/05/1974
21/03/2009
[email protected]
251 3358
FRANCIS AUGUSTINE
ADMINISTRATION- 2
01/06/1973
08/06/2009
[email protected]
9446568639
9387870888
9495232054
252 3210
GEETHA K.
FINANCE 1 -80
01/05/1976
19/03/2009
[email protected]
253 3547
GEORGE JOHN
EXAMINATION 14 - 61
20/04/1968
10/02/2010
[email protected]
9446863378
254 2610
GOPALAN M.
INFORMATION CENTER VATAKARA-108
10/05/1960
31/10/1995
[email protected]
0496-2611659
255 2608
GOPIDAKSHAN T.
FRIENDS SERVICE CENTRE CALICUT -93
25/05/1968
30/10/1995
[email protected]
0495-2430372
256 2613
HARI GOVINDAN K.B.
EXAMINATION 13 - 60
25/07/1962
31/10/1995
[email protected]
9605405273
257 3177
HARISH G.
COLLEGE DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL-28
15/05/1977
18/03/2009
[email protected]
9995119992
258 3434
HARSHARANI M.
FINANCE 4 -83
12/02/1975
17/12/2009
[email protected]
0495-2440329
259 3338
HAZEENA HUSSAIN
EXAMINATION 13 - 60
16/01/1971
26/05/2009
[email protected]
260 3193
JAIMON A. JOHN
EXAMINATION 10 -59
12/08/1975
23/03/2009
[email protected]
9446101693
261 2375
JAMAL KOYA E.
ENGINEERING DEPT-48
27/07/1958
10/04/1992
[email protected]
0495-2377666
262 3315
JAYAKUMAR R.
GENERAL AND ACADEMIC 1 -94
15/05/1973
23/04/2009
[email protected]
9447775680
263 3187
JAYAKUMAR R.K.
EXAMINATION 1- 58
25/01/1976
27/03/2009
[email protected]
264 3319
JAYAPRAKASH A.P.
CCSIT PULLUT-22
23/05/1968
23/04/2009
[email protected]
265 3368
JAYASREE P. R.
FINANCE 1 -80
25/05/1976
06/07/2009
[email protected]
9744051014
266 2579
JAYASUDHA E.
EXAMINATION 10 -59
20/09/1976
12/08/1996
[email protected]
0494-2404539
02/05/1972
19/03/2009
[email protected]
9447258701
3128622(M)
267 3207
JEEVAN MATHEW KURIAN
EXAMINATION JR II -73
268 3260
JIJI JOHN THOMAS
FRIENDS SERVICE CENTER THRISSUR -92
28/11/1970
20/03/2009
[email protected]
269 3183
JINMESH K.
MBA CENTER VADAKARA -122
08/01/1974
19/03/2009
[email protected]
270 3355
JITHESH S.
FRIENDS SERVICE CENTER PALAKKAD-91 27/05/1974
29/05/2009
[email protected]
271 3242
JYOTHI GOPALAN
FINANCE 1 -80
02/04/1974
23/03/2009
[email protected]
9605518763
272 3176
JYOTHISH V. V.
ADMINISTRATION- 2
17/07/1971
19/03/2009
[email protected]
9656129177
273 3285
KAVITHA K.G.
EXAMINATION JR III -74
30/05/1974
31/03/2009
[email protected]
9497669761
274 3534
KRISHNA KUMAR T.V.
EXAMINATION 2 - 64
23/05/1973
27/01/2010
[email protected]
0490-2305492
9447417077
275 3309
KUMAR R.
EXAMINATION CE OFFICE -79
21/11/1970
03/04/2009
[email protected]
276 2853
KUTTAN N C.
SCHOOL OF DISTANCE EDUCATION -143
18/04/1965
25/02/2004
[email protected]
277 3787
MADHUSOODANAN S.G. EXAMINATION 10 -59
30/05/1968
18/02/2011
[email protected]
278 3341
MADHUSUDHANAN CHENGATT
FINANCE 4 -83
08/03/1967
28/05/2009
[email protected]
279 3104
MAJESH. V
MBA KUTTIPURAM-170
04/09/1975
01/03/2007
[email protected]
78
9496443602
9567978704
9495221322
University of Calicut
280 3332
MANOJ KUMAR C.
EXAMINATION 10 -59
30/05/1970
27/04/2009
[email protected]
9895292935
281 3232
MANOJ A. P.
FINANCE 4 -83
20/05/1977
19/03/2009
[email protected]
4962673406
282 3188
MANOJ M.V.
PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT II -129
26/05/1971
18/03/2009
[email protected]
9847452299
283 3265
MANOJAN M. K.
FINANCE 5 -84
20/05/1973
02/04/2009
[email protected]
284 3327
MANSHAD V. A.
CCSIT - THALIKKULAM-12
30/05/1973
26/05/2009
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285 3246
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EXAMINATION 2 - 64
22/04/1970
18/03/2009
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286 3199
MEHARALI S.V.
EXAMINATION 18 -63
30/05/1967
19/03/2009
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287 3286
MERCY JOHN
ADMINISTRATION- 2
27/05/1978
31/03/2009
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288 3243
MINU S. R.
USIC-154
24/02/1973
23/03/2009
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289 3284
MOHAMMED SHARIF K.P.
EXAMINATION JR III -74
05/03/1975
01/04/2009
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9497869795
9846973475
290 3455
MUHAMMED ISMAIL V.P.
ADMINISTRATION- 2
08/05/1974
22/12/2009
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0495-2223768
291 3220
MUHAMMEDALI C.
ADMINISTRATION- 2
20/05/1975
26/03/2009
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292 2820
MURALEEDHARAN P.T.
EXAMINATION 10 -59
06/04/1967
23/04/2002
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293 3310
MURUGAN R.
EXAMINATION 10 -59
20/04/1976
20/04/2009
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294 3326
MURUKAN V.
MBA CENTER PALAKKAD -121
27/05/1972
25/04/2009
[email protected]
9495858032
295 3249
MUSTHAFA VALLANCHIRA
FINANCE 2 -81
07/03/1973
20/03/2009
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296 3482
NAVAJYOTHY K.P.
EXAM DISTANCE -162
21/11/1977
30/12/2009
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297 3203
NAVEEN JOSEPH A.
FINANCE 5 -84
11/05/1979
18/03/2009
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298 3206
NEETHU A. P.
PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT 1 -130
12/02/1979
19/03/2009
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299 3337
NIKHIL V. S.
ADMINISTRATION- 2
06/04/1978
24/04/2009
[email protected]
300 3185
NISHA BABY K.
EXAMINATION 18 -63
04/03/1975
18/03/2009
[email protected]
301 3290
NISHA PULIYULLATHIL
SCHOOL OF DISTANCE EDUCATION -143
17/05/1977
25/03/2009
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302 3190
NISHANTH T.M.
STUDENTS WELFARE -150
21/05/1977
25/03/2009
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303 3272
NISHARANI N.
EXAMINATION 14 - 61
20/05/1972
29/03/2009
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9400817224
304 3407
OMANA E.K
EXAMINATION JR III -74
20/04/1972
17/12/2009
[email protected]
9497602471
305 3198
PRADEEPAN K. V.
EXAMINATION 14 - 61
29/05/1967
18/03/2009
[email protected]
9645565497
306 3184
PRANEETHA T.
EXAMINATION JR II -73
29/08/1977
18/03/2009
[email protected]
9744465093
307 3279
PRASANTH K.
PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT 1 -130
20/05/1971
04/04/2009
[email protected]
308 3197
PRASEENA K. K.
ZOOLOGY DEPT -159
15/05/1979
26/03/2009
[email protected]
309 3264
PRAVEEN P.V.
ADMINISTRATION- 2
04/12/1974
21/03/2009
[email protected]
310 3471
PRAVEENA C.
EXAMINATION JR III -74
16/05/1975
17/12/2009
[email protected]
311 3350
PREETHA P.
ZOOLOGY DEPT -159
20/05/1968
28/05/2009
[email protected]
312 1061
PREMALATHA M.
ACADEMIC STAFF COLLEGE-1
15/04/1959
31/07/1978
[email protected]
0494-2400790
313 3231
RAGHU O.
FINANCE 5 -84
05/05/1971
27/03/2009
[email protected]
9400960160
314 3258
RAJAN K.
EXAM DISTANCE -162
08/05/1969
20/03/2009
[email protected]
9446071156
0495-2357033
9895528410
9446326609
315 3478
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