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leAC Annual Quality (AQAR) the
The Annual Quality Assurance Report (AQAR) of the leAC 20t2-13
AII NAAC accredited insitutions wilr submit an annuar self-reviewed progress
repon to NAAC, through
its IQAC. The repon is ro detail rhe rangibre resurts achieved in
key areas, specificaly identified by the
institutional IQAC at the beginning of the academic year. The
AeAR will detail the results of th€
perspective plan worked out by the leAC. (Note:
The AeAR perid vould be rhe Academic year.
erample, July
l,
2012 to June 30,
For
20lj)
Part
l. Details of the lnstitution
l. I Name of the Institrnion
1.2 Address
Line
I
Address Line 2
-A
Universig of Calicut
Calicut University P.O.
Malappuram District
Calicul University p.O.
City/Town
State
Kerala
Pin Code
673635
Institution e-mail address
[email protected]
Contact Nos.
0494 2400252
Name of the Head of the Institution:
Prof.(Dr) M. Abdut Satam
Tel. No. with STD Code:
Mobile:
KEUNCLTO0O 1-
Unir".ri,y
Page 1
Name of the IQAC Co-ordinator:
Prof.(Dr) M. Sabu
Mobile:
IQAC +mail address:
l'3 i{AAC Trrck ID (For ex. MHCoGN rt8?9) : KELJNCLT00I-University
of csticrr-ThenhipalamKerala
t.4
1.5 Website addrcss:
Web-link ofthe AeAR:
1.6 Accreditation Details
I
Sl. No.
Cycle
Grade
1
1"i Cycle
3
2
2d Cycle
B
J
3d Cycle
4
4s Cycle
.7 Date of Establishment of
IeAC:
CGPA
Year of
Accreditation
Validity
Period
2002
2.94
2010
DDA,IM/YYYY
27t3t2015
15tO1t2010
KEUNCLTo001-Univer
Page 2
1.8
AQAR for the yelr (lot exompte 2010-t
2012-13
t)
1.9 Derails of the previous year's
AeA R submitted to NAAC after lhe latest Assessment and
Acqeditation by N AAC ((for eromple AeAR 20lGt t subnitted ,o NAAC on t2_lL20l l)
i.
ii.
.
iii.
AQAR 201G11 submitted to NAAC on igh June 2Oi2
AQAR 2011-12 submitted to NAAC on 066 March 2013
AQAR 2012-13 submitted to NAAC on O7s May 2014
l. l0 Institutional Status
Univ€rsity
State
Affiliated College
Y€s
Constituent Coll€ge
Y€s
E
Deemed
l--l
privare
l-l
N6
No
No
Regulalory Agenry appoved lnstitution
Yes
E N"n
AICIE, BCI, MCI, PCt, NCI)
Typeoflnstitution
Financial Status
Grant-in-aid
Gmnt-in-aid +
I
n
E
uen
tr
ucc2(f)
T-l
L-J Ruat I I rriuur l--l
Co€ducation
Urban
l.l
l--l
E E
E E
E E
Autonomous college of UGC
'(eg.
cenrd
SelfFinancing
!
women
E r*
l2B
Fl
foratty Setf-nnancing
!
I Type of Faculty/prograrnme
tuts
,r
s"l**gcommer,ceE
lI
6ar)
[
Engineering
lTl
uearrrr
*-
science
E
Fl
[email protected])lTl
Managemen,
E
Othen (Specip)
KEUNCLTo001-University of Calicut-T
Page 3
l.l2
I
.I
Name of the Afiiliating University (for the Colleges)
3 sp€cial stdus confcn€d by centray staE Govc"'m€nF uGCycsIR /DSr/DBT/ICMR
ctc
Universi
ence
UCC{PE
UGC.CE
e
DST.FIST
Any other (Specify)
Z.t No. otfeachen
2
2.2 No. of AdministsdivdTcchnical staff
4
2.3 No. ofstudents
2
2.4 No. of Managerncnt r€p(€s€rltafiv6
4
2.5 No. of Alumni
1
2.6 No. ofany other sakeholder and
1
community rtpresentatives
2.7 No. ofEmploy€ry Industrialise
1
2.t
3
No. of ottrer Ext€mal Experts
2.9 Total No. of mernbers
KEUNCLTO001-University o
.
18
PaBe 4
2. I
5
0 No. of IQAC m€€iings held
2.1I No. ofme€nings with various stakeholders:
Non-Teaching Staff Students
No.
1
lTlaru,,i [-,1 or'"* E
2.12 Has IQAC received any funding from UGC during the
Ifyes, mention the arnount
Faculty
year? yes
n
No
Applied for Rs. 5 Lakhs from UGC
2.13 S€mina$ and Conferences (only quality relared)
.
(i) No. ofSeminarJConferenceJWorkshopdsymposia
2.14 Significant Activities and conribrrions made by
organized by the
IeAC
IeAC
Conducted awareness programmes among the staff and students on
accreditation process. Measures were taken to rec{iry the weaknesses put
forward by the NAAC Team.
2.15 Plan of Action by IQAC/Ourcome
The plan ofaction chalked out by the IeAC in the beginning of the year
towards quality
enhanc€ment and the outcome achieved by the urd ofthe year
Plan of Action
1)
Achievements
gsAUistt Centre foitnternationat
Ac€demic Relation
2) Online marklisUcertificale vermcation
3)
ntaining
iversity
4)
departments
5) Filling up of vacant positions of
academic and adminislrative stafi
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
Anach the Academic Caleida, of
KEUNCLTo00l-University of Calicut-
r
foi-
Estabtished cenG
lntemationalAc€demic
Relation.
lnlroduced online marklisU
certificate vedfi cation.
Established data centre.
Brought more extemally funded
p.ojects worth Rs. 1,73,37,363.
Filled temporarily and
recruilment under [email protected]
Constituted Directorate of
Research.
Cleaning of premises and
beautirication sta.ted.
Dhectorate of Self Financino
Courses.
[email protected]
Page 5
Z. t S
Wtrettrer tne
Management
Syndicate
Nol-l
"*E
eQAR was placad in statutory body
Any other body
Provide the details ofthe action taken
The AQAR was placed in the teAC Committee and got approved
Part
Criterion - I
l. Curricular Aspects
.l.l
-B
Details about Academic Programmes
Level ofthe
Programme
Numbei of
existing
Number of
programmes added
self-financing
Programmes
during the year
Programmes
PhD
31
PG
33
UG
36
PG Diploma
Advanced
Diploma
Diploma
Certificate
Others
7
Number
of
Number of value
added / Career
Orienred
progammes
11
1
'13
3
(
15
'115
Total
24
1
15
1.2 (i) Flexibility of the Curriculum: CBCS, Elective option
(ii) Pattern of programmes:
Pattem
Number of programmes
Semester
73
Trimester
Annual
t.3 Fdbrick fron stakehordersr arumni
Mode
offeedback
l-lrrll'
T0001-University
:
Fl
par"ns
Fl
Online
of Caticut-Thenhipal"r_K".rli _
EmptoyersF-lstudents
Fl
Co-opemting schools (for pEI)
AeIIEiffiz_tl
1.4 whether therc is any rcvision/update
.
.
o
o
'o
.
o
.
1.5
of regulation or syllabi, ifyes, mention their salient aspects.
Yes, updating electives and core papers afrer a period of every two years.
CUCCSS PG regulation has been revised.
B.Ed cuniculam was revised and implemented w.e.f. 2012.
M.Ed cuniculam was revised and implemented we.f. 2013.
Regulation and syrrabi updated periodicafly incorporating more erective courses.
Choice based Credit Semester Syslem (CCSS).
Revised accordingly to contemporary needs and requirements.
Emphasis on Social and Area Research & Civil Service Examination.
Value added career oriented, Theatre Arts.
Any new Departrnent/Cente introduced during the year. Ifyes, give details.
Criterion
- ll
2. Teaching, Learning and Evatuation
2.1 Total No. of
permanent faculty
Total
Asst.
Professors
169
55
2.2 No. of permanenl faculty with ph.D.
Recruited (R) and Vacanr
during the year
(V)
R
2
Professors
Others
44
7
152
Asst.
Professors
2.3 No. ofFaculty Positions
Associate
Professors
63
27
Associate
Professors
Professors
Others
R
R
R
R
0
0
0
2
2.5 Faculty participation in conferences and symposia:
No. of Faculty
International level
National level
State level
r48
62
Presented papers
4t
t2t
76
Resource Persons
l5
91
59
Attended
T000 1-Un iversity of
Total
Crli.rt-th"nhiprl"rnX
iillffi
_
t3
27
2.6 lnnovative processes adopted by the institution in Tcaching and Leaming:
lmpleniented Smart Class Room & Multimedia presentations.
Mdeo learning method including the lectures of eminent personalities from
national and foreign.universities made use of.
Students are provided with more Hontents.
lnter disciplinary to interactive teaching and leaming method introduced.
lCT, Extension activities along with students.
Continuous evaluation, tutorial system more field experiments, study
tour, etc.
Brain storming, field wo* and group discussion
Video Conferencing
WiFi
Virtual Class Room
2.7
Total No. of actual teaching days
during this academic
ycar
lr" -_l
2.8 Examination/ Evaluation Reforms initiated by
.
the lnstitution (for example: Open Book
Examination, Bar Coding,
, Double Valuatioq photocopy,
Online Multiple Choice euestions)
2.9
'
No. of faculty members involved in curriculum
rcstructuring/revision/syllabus development
as member ofBoard of Studyffaculty/
Curriculum Development workshop
2. I 0
Average percentage of attendance of students
KEUNCLTO001-Universiqr of Calicut-
pG M.phil, etc.
Photocopy of answer scripts to student at a
fee of Rs.30/o MCQ for examinations
o Cenkalised Valuation camp, spot payment,
online mark entry results, etc.
o Bar-coding for the answerscripts
o Double valuation for all CCSS
.
Professor 94
Associate I Assistant
Professor- 32 | professor-
30
2.1
I
CouB€y'Progmmme wise
distribution ofpass perc€ntage
:
Total no.
Title of the Programme
M.Sc. Physics
M.Sc. Botany
M.Phil (Botany)
M.Sc. Zoology
M.Phil (Zoology)
Ph.D (Zoology)
M.Com
MBA
M.Phil (Com)
M.A. (Economics
M.Phil (Economics
M.A.(Philosophy)
M.Phil (Phitosophy)
Ph.U (Philosophy
M.A.(Malayatam)
M.A. (Political Science)
M.Phil
students
appeared
Oistinction
I
o/o
ll
o/o
oh
21
5o/o
50%
60/o
18
6.5
87
40
60
5
I
19
1
10
4
1
J
l|%
3Oo/o
Pass %
91Yo
65
33
25
Grade
36
5
24
8
16
3
5
24
20o/o
19
600/o
20o/o
100o/o
52.63
36.84
89.47o/o
lOOo/o
1OlYo
Yo
(Foiiicat
Science)
M.A. (Malayalam)
M Phil (Mala)ralarn)
Ph.D (Malayatarn)
BTA
2
29
3
6
25
1
6
1
MTA
MA (Music)
MA (History)
45
20
40
25
M.Phil (Hisrory)
I
M.Ed
15%
50o/o
2oo/o
1SYo
1SYo
600/o
15o/o
10%
15%
60Yo
1SYo
10o/o
Result
awaited
dG.
59
M.Sc
Apptied
Psychology
M.Ptrit Psychotogy
Ph.D (Arabic
MPhil (Arabic)
M.A. (Arabic
M.Sc. (Biotechnotogy)
M.sc. (Chemistry)
M.Phil (Chemisrry)
M.A. (English)
-
.
Division
of
KEUNCLT0001-University ofCali
21
1%
940h
b
99%
1o/o
504
1OlVo
37
6
22
13
23
I
21
13
19
I
3
80
2.12 How does IQAC Contributer'Monitor/Evaluate the Teaching
.
.
.
.
& Lraming Eocesses
:
Self Appraisal of Teachers and student evaluation
To help and evaluate the teaching leaming process
Feedback is taken at frequent intervals
Performance Based Appraisal System (PBAS)
2.13 Initiatives undertaken towards faculty development
Faculty / Staf Developmenl programmes
Nunber of{octtlty
benefiued
Refresher courses
UGC
-
(l I Nos.)
254
Faculty Improvement progmmme
2
HRD programmes
Orientation programmes (5 Nos.)
3
200
Faculty exchange programmi
Stafftraining conducted by rhe university (3 Nos.)
Stafftraining conducted by other institutions
Summer
/ Winter schools, Workhops, ac.
Scholars
l
5
23
129
KEUNCLTo001-University
Page 10
.
In addition to rhe above the following Cost bas€d two/three days courses were
also organiz€d by the
UniversityAcadanicStaffCollege:
Programme
No. of Paaicipanrs
Two Day short{erm couEeEicutETFaculties
I wo Day Short{erm Course for CUIET NorF
teaching staff
I hree Oay Short{erm Course for the Faculties
of Self Financing Engineering Colleges
49
37
40
2.t4 Details of Administrarive and Technical staff
Category
Number of
Permanent
Employees
Number
of
Number
of
Number of
positions filled
Vacant
Permanent
Positions
positions filled
during the Year
temporarily
Administrative Staff
117
4
450
3
312
Technical Staff
232
113
I
42
Criterion
- lll
3. Research, Consultancy and Extension
3'l
Initiatives ofthe IeAC in sensitizing/promoting Research
crimate in the institution
Dr'M'Nasser: lnsect identificarion services given to students
of affiriated coreges
Kannur universi-tv, xeiata and rrr.5. urrr"r.,tv, ramilnadu
:9111'l,y_llfTitvand
Ashoka Trust for Research in ecoiosya;J tn" i.rii"-riiil-rit,'H;ffii;[.""
Meeting ananged for faculty interaction win uoc secreraf
ai m" Directorate of
Research, University of Caiicut.
Course works for six monlhs duration made compulsory
to M.phil & ph.D
scholars.
Around.theyear admission, conduc{ of Doctorar committee
and Research
Admission Commiflee.
Entrance for research, UGC, JRF, MAKA, ICSSR, Rajiv
Ghandhi Feltowship.
Programme on Research projecls conducting.
Recruiting more research students and ,rbrnitfing
research projects to various
funding agencies, elc.
Conducted one week National Workshop on Data Analysis
for Research in Social
Sciences from 1&16 May 2013.
3.2 Details regarding major projects
CompteteO
Number
Outlay in Ri. Lakhs
'
KEUNCLT0001-UniversityofCa
4
88.51
Ongoing
29
269.744
SanctioneE'
15
203.619
Submined
49
250.893
3.3 Details r€gading minor projects
Completed
Number
2
Outlay in Rs. Lakhs
50,000
Ongoing
2 KSCSTE
Sanctioned
Submitted
I
205.0467s (BoQ
5.35 (Edn)
4.0 (Life Sci.)
3.4 Details on research publications
3.5 Details on Impact facror ofpublications:
n-e"
I
I eve.age lEl
r,-tnaex
Eill
Nos.inscopus
f
3'6 Research funds sanstioned and r€ceived from various funding
agencies, industry and other organisations
Nature ofthe Project
Duration
Name of the
funding Agency
Year
Major projects
Minor Projects
Total
grant
sanctioned
Received
I
Interdiscipl inary projects
Please refer separate
Industry sponsored
sheet attached
rro;ecs sponsored by the
University/ College
Studens rcsearchlrojd
(oth.,
tln cdtpbdy
by
!r. UnN^itv)
I
Total
3.7 No. of books
pubtished i) Wirh ISBN No.
|-}-lChaptersinEdiredBmks
-l
ffi3
tt
iD Wirhour ISBN No.
KEUNCLTO001-Universi
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3.E No.
3.e
ofUniversity
D
nds fiom
cAs
l--l
CpE
Tl
Forcolleges
E
E
E
tl
CEE
3.10 Revenue generated thrcugh
3.11 No. of
conferences
organized by the
Institution
consultancy I ,00ra,
Level
Number
Sponsoring
agencies
International
_l
National
2
8
DST,DBT
STEC,CSIR
University,
KSCSTE,
UGC,
National
Translation
Mission &
Dept.of
Philosophy,
Central
lnstitute of
Classical
Tamil
3.t2 No. offaculty serv€d
University
College
7
4
6
MOEF
University,
Public
Relation
Dept.,
Govt.of
Kerala.
KSCSTE
as exp€rts, chairpersons or resouice persons
3.l3 No. o f co llaborations
3.14 No. of linkages created during this
3.I
State
Intemationat
year
F-l
IJpe of
:
Patenr
National
Intemational
Number
Applied
I
GranGd
2
Applied
Granted
Commercialised
Applied
Grdnted
KEUNCLTo00l-University of Calic
ny other
E
5 Total budget for research for current year in lakhs
3.16 No. of patents received this year
Narional
3.17 No. ofresearch awards/ rccognitions received by faculty and research
fellows
Ofthe institute in the y€ar
'
Total
International
National
State
University
t4
I
4
I
8
3.18 No.
Dist
College
offaculty from rhe lnstitution
who are Ph. D. Guides and students
registered under them
3.19 No. ofph.D. awarded by faculty from rhe
Institurion f
3'20 No. ofResearch schora," rec€iving the Fellowships (Newry
enrol€d + existing ones)
rRF
F;l
sRF
E8
I
projecrFelrowsf
Anyother
3.21 No. ofstudents participated in NSS events:
University levet
National
3.22
Srate level
l-, I
hrernarional level
l--l
State teyel
level
No. of students paflicipated in NCC events:
Univcrsity tevet
National
3.23
El
E
E
E
No. of Awards won in NSS:
level
Internarional level
E
fl
E
.
Univemity level
National
level
l-l
Stare tevel
l-l
Inrernational level
E
E
3.24 No.of Awards won in NCC:
University level
National
level
[-_l
tt
f
Stare levet
International level
3.25 No. ofExtensiop activifies organized
UniveBity forum
NCC
E
tl
KEUNCLTo001-Universiry o
Coll.g"
NSS
rr^rn
l-zl
enyottrer
l-zl
E
E
3'26 Major Activities during the year in the sphere ofextension activities and Institutional
Social
Responsibility
o
o
o
o
'
' o
o
.
.
'
Launching of Face Book account 'caricutuniversitypro' for cornmunicating
detairs about
the programmes,/seminarvconferences/meetings etc. to be conducted
i; lhe
university and vacancy notiricartion/appoinrnenuadmission/examinations/exam
results/sports etc. For the students and public.
conducted seminar on regar awareness and anti tobacco campaign in
the Tagore
Nikethan Seminar Hafl for students, staff and pubric. Justice
Narayana xurupl Refired
High Court Judge, Kerala lead the seminar.
Conducted 45h University Foundation Day celebration in the
campus.
conducred seminar on Heart care diseases in the seminar
comprex of the University
in cooperation with Kerara Heart care society for creating
health/heart care
awareness among staff, students and public.
conducted free Medicar camp on Heart care diseases, such
as brood rest, Bp check
up, BMl, ECG, medicine and consullation v\rere offered
at ftee of cost.
Street Ptays for Road safety (SEU)
[email protected] (|TFOR) with SNA
conducted students projects workshop on sAp - teachers
and students submitted
their projects.
Deparlmenl of History organized a leciure series of fifty
lectures in conneciion with the
jtnseec,
paris) on the topic
JBe
uore
Sheikh Zainuddin and Vasco da Gama. M.R. Raghava
Variyer _ topl:
Bhashakantirivam - A Historicar reappraisar. oitif M.
Menon
university, South
Africa) on the topic - Doing the rnterectuar History
of Modem xerata. x.oojaanrutty
(Former Head ol Dept.of History) on th s topic
rnihn Nationarism and securarism _
Re.reading Maulana Azad. T. pavithran (professor,
Dept.of Malayalam, University of
.
Calicut) on the topic - Kerala
History and Descriptions.
Gorden Jubiree cerebrations (196_12013)
-
ffis
'
o
o
one of the facuny members is the coordinator of programme
on rntemationar
Relations and Courses.
orientation programmes have been ananged for pG
srudents and colege teachers on
o"ttono'n''
.
o
.
.
o
d-ays-workshop on Rore of Universities in
curbing atrocities against women on 63-13 & 7-113.
Day Cetebration on March 8ft, 2013
!oT9!'.
Eady Mafiage: A Human Rlghts perspeclive
on 1l_10-2013.
Free medical treatrnent to tocal public ihrough
Unf"oiti n""nn C"ntr".
]w-o-
T0001-University of Calicur
Criterion - lV
4. lnfrastructure and Learning Resources
l.i
Daails of increase in infrastrucrure frcilities:
Facilities
Existing
Newly
Sourcr of Fund
Total
crcated
Campus area
526.36
Acres
Class rooms
51
La borato ries
33
Seminar Halls
12
No. of important equipments
purchased (: l-0 lakh) during the
current year.
Value of the equipm-ntlurchased
during the year (Rs. in takhs)
22
Others
13.0
lakhs
526.36
Acres
6
1
UGC
57
UGC
33
4
General assistance
16
16
UGC Xl Plan
assistance/SAP/SpF
60 lakhs
15.8
DST & UGC, SPG
83.1
12_13
lakhs
lakhs
1.5
4.2 Computerizarion of administration and library
Digital Documental Fiting System (DDFS), installation
of KOHA
sofrurarc.
lgce
and Deparfnent Library cofliputerized.
- digital recorded on computer using special software.
All library books
4.3 Library services:
'No.
Text Books
Existing
Value
Newly added
No.
Value
Total
No.
4219
140955
2525
155482
384
Journals
136736
152957
10245
4165
10629
567
e-Joumals
10073
1300
23
494
2
4707
11373
25
553
Reference Books
e-Books
Digital Database
CD & V'ideo
0thers (specif,)
59
Value
KEUNCLTO00 1- University
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4.4 Technolory up gradarion (overall)
Total
Computer
Computers
Labo
Existing
1350
28
Added
210
Total
1560
Browsing
CompJtei
CenE€s
Centr€s
1350
I
I
1140
210
5
210
2
2
200
10
33
1560
10
11
1UO
220
lntemet
OIIice
Depanments
Othcrs
4'5 Computer, Internet access. baining to teachers and studfiB
and any oth€r programme for technolos/
upgradation (Networking, e-Govemance etc.)
Computer netw_orking and e-govemance implemented including
fraining in
the office and tibrary. Stafi attended ODFS iraining
as partE;
[email protected]
Bioinformatics infrastruchrre facility for training students,
researcheE and
teachers in basic Bioinformatics aiplications
All leachers. students and non-teaahino staff have intemet
access
4.6 Amount spent on maintenance in lakhs
D
ii)
:
ICT
Campus lnfrastructur€ and facilities
iii) EquipmenS
iv) Othen
Tolal:
Criterion - V
5. Student Support and progression
5.
I Contribution of IeAC in enhancing awaren€ss
about Student Support Services
o Teacher cum student seminar
@nducting once in a week.
. rJtsPEys
Displays on Nottce
Notice _
Boards.
. University fellowship & merit schohrships, avyards.
ent support services available in the
us.
nsligates quality output and taking
influence _ all these will benefit
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5.2
Effors made by the institution for tracking the progression
o Critical evaluations have been made during every six
months.
.
The institution tracks the progress through reviews and feedbacls.
o lntemational assessment, Test papers, Seminars,
and Continuous Evaluation, etc.
5.3 (a) Total Number of
sMerrs
Wo*shops, poects
UG
PG
Ph. D.
Others
45
t052
656
140 M.Phit
(b) No. ofstudents outside the state
E
(c) No. of intemational studenrs
,*
ffilH
women
Last Year
Gqr€ml
345
sc
2U
Demand
'
ST
36
ratio
oBc
This Ye3r
Physically
Challeflged
Total
8
12U
u1
:
General
sc
ST
oBc
Physically
Total
Challenged
31'l
187
28
669
1200
Dropout l%
5'4 Details ofstudent support mechanism for coaching for competitive
examinations (rfany)
UGC NeUCSIR-JRF test, GATE Exam coaching conducting
leachers-students
discussion, seminar, elc.
Campus Placements, auditions, wo*shops, interaclions,
etc.
Training for minority groups.
C-onducted 36 Career Guidance programme in various
educational institutions
of Malappuram District. 4SBB studerits attended
pJgFImg
l_Djf
I9r SC/ST srudents of University of Calicur
Uampus"Tpoy"pglr
conducted by SC/ST and ITSR
with the financial support and
cooperation of UGC Career & Counselting Ce[.
340 Sdde-;;:ftended.the
programme.
Caree
cores
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No. of students benefi ciaries
5.5 No.
of
E E
r r
NET
CAT
IASnPS erc
Others
5.6 Deails ofstudent counselling and career guidance
Women students' counselling is being done by the lady
faculv member.
lndividual attenlion and orientation to,vards stldents
for enricting $em
knowledge.
.
No. of students benefitted
5.7 Details of campu placement
On campus
Numberof NumberofStudens
Organizations panicipated
16
130
Otf Campus
Number
of
Number of Students placed
Students Plac€d
27
4
5.8 Details of gender sensitization programmes
Visils by NGO's - 2
S.ensitization and awEreness programmes as rrcrkshops
for )outh, college
students, etc.
Works in collaboration with Women's Cell.
Two Day Workshop conducted by the Departrnent
of Women $udies on
Role cif Universities in Curbing Airocl*;ga;;
iv;"i
oI'Ot a Z, lrn"
2013.
Frequent seminars.and talks are conducted
at the Department of Women
Sludies on gender issues.
Eslablished a Recreation Centre exclusively
for Women employees and .
girls.
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5.9 Studenb Activities
5.9.1
No. of students porticipatcd in Sports, Galnes ard other events
statr' University leyel
l-rro
I
Nationar
level
lEl
rr*ion
l]l
rntemational levet
r
r.r"r
No. ofstudenfs participated in clltural evens
State/ University level
5 .9
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National
level
E
E
No. of medals /awards won by students in Sporrs, Ganes and other events
sporb :
srat€r' universitv rever
cuttural: stat€r' universitv Ievet
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Nationar rever
E
Intemarionar revel .
Fl
Intemationar
reret
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5.10 Scholarships and Financial Support
Number
of
Amount
students
Financial support from institution
205 (University)
60000
108000
4000p.m.
1500p.m.
1554000
4500PM for I
Year and
6000PM for ll
Year
1,44,000
12250pm
2,40,943
Financial support from government
306 (covt.)
33
2
,|
21
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rcMR-1
INSPIRE-1
RGNF-1
PMEC-1
Egrants-28
Moulana-1
RGNF-3
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50000
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8'1185
22000
149635
57780
3000
18000p.m.
18000p.m.
18000p.m.
16000p.m.
13500p.m.
12000PM
(13500PM for tlt
year onwarils
Moulana-18000
RGNF 16000
84,800
5925 per year
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Financial support from other sources
62
1 DBT BioCARe
Project
JRF
200000
768000
14500p.m.
16boop.m. for 19
scholars from
UGC/CSIR
JRF 16000
3,84,000
Number
of
students
who
received
Intemationay National rEcognitions
5.1
l.
Fairs
Student organised /
initiuives
l"r"t l-r-I
I-II
Exhibition: stater' university level
l-l-l Nationar lever l--l
5.12
: Shter' University
Narionat
tevet
l--l
Inremationar revel
l---l
Internarionat tevet
No. ofsocial initiatives undertaken by the students
5.13 Major grievances ofstudents (ifany) redrcssed:
o E
ofl
o frl
o
o
o
':
en is waived to students of this University.
all students as per their request.
from students'
Estabrished compurer rabs ro r,, o"ff#.?;';:t
Facilities to girls and boys hostels increased
Established Directorate gf Research to augment the research
work in the Univercity.
Delay in disbursement of fellowship ls speeOed up.
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6.1 Slate the Vision and Mission ofthe institution
vision
is to create a vibrant leaming environment founded
on varue based academic
colaborarion, a cutrure of accomptishment and srrong
supporr
fl:Ilyillt:*r
elnjc a.nd intelectuar diversig wherein aI invorved shal
efficiently and responsibly.
Mission
.
'
o
.
o
.
o
.
.
o
.
iS
of
contribute effectivery,
to pfoyide:
Highest quality. post Graduate and Docloral educ€tion
as per intemational
standards.
state-of-the-art research facirities with the upgraded raboratory
facirities time
to time.
Strgng partnerships with induslries, govemment agencies,
professional
societies and local communities.
Eltension and consultancy services to govemment, private, public
and
industrial
sectors'
students and equip them to be setf rerianr
untability to the society. provide
men and uomen desirous of making a
lnculcate the most advanced leaming and increasing
widen the scope and
spectrum of students knowledge.
To prepare post graduates and researchers lo
become competent feachers
and teacher
DBT (Govt.of lndia) supported M.Sc. leaching programme
.The
is aimed at
Human Resource Development in the nefA of ebiiJhnJfogy.
to the society in general and lhe
of lhe University.
age, creation of Hindi awareness, create
.,bjecrs
lish",
gy
and Human physiology to geneEie fnowfeOle
"d,"#;:"i"Td,liBrj[:",*,
rike
n
To introduce integrated M.Sc/M.phiUph.D programme
in Mathematics.
To develop a centre of excellence in Statisticslnit
,"gio,l and to provide
high quality training and research in statistics.
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6.2 Does the Institution has a management Information
Systern
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5.3 Quality improvement $aregies adopted by the institution for €ach of the
following:
6.3.1 Curriculum Development
Conducting workshops ficr syllabus revisions.
Revision.implemented regularly in 2 3 years, more exposure
to
application.
Cuniculum developed with the help of University bodies like Board
of
Studies, etc.
Conduc{ Seminars, Conferences, Workshops, etc.
Department Council and Board of Sludies
lnnovative.
ion of M.Sc. teaching programme done
vt.of lndia) to keep abreast of the
study.
under CCSS
6.3.2 Teaching urd traming
being used.
o have helped in
beyond limits of the
a
The teachingJearning process has been integrated with
9?llpS_els,_supported by tCT enabted smart itass rooms,
OHP/LCD Projectors.
Smart Board introduced.
Also conduct regular test papers.
lnteractive, tutorial system, seminars, projecG, fieH work
Delivering classes with the aid of technological aids.
Providing joumals and other materials.
A studentcentered approach to deliver the course content
using
the available best resources
6.3.3 Examination and Eyaluation
transparent _ answer scripts are
model answers discussed in detail.
Examination and Evaluatbn as per UGC norms.
Semester system wilh continuous assessment and
extemal
evaluation.
On live system implemented.
viva assignment and seminars, taboratory
I"-:llp-o:fi.*!,
uoubte valuation, intemal assessment, continuous
evaluation.
Examinations conduct as per the University gr"rin."fion-'-"
calendar.
comptetety
ifi,l_"1g"..v:rem
rerumed to students and
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6.3.4
Research and Development
New facilities like XRD, AFM and radiation detec{ors are
installed.
Seminars and Conferences organised.
Digital Library audio visual support.
Research guidance and University fellowship.
Research proposals submitted.
ns every week from high
and teachers updated on
'
Periodical invited lectures by acclaimed scienfisb are ananged.
6.3.5 Library, ICT
and physical infrastructure / insfumentation
Library computerised. University is having a special ICT
Centre
for the blind students.
Library fumiture and computers provided.
Each year the latest books are selected ftom books displayed
by suppliers.
Equipmenuinstruments are maintained in departmentral
cornmon
equipment facilities.
lnteractive boards in class rooms.
lnlernet facility in lab.
6.3.6 Human Resource Management
Supporting staff
6.3.7 Faculty
and Staff rccruitmenr
For practicum and intemship
Project wo*s
Consultation and other collaboration
PG studentVresearch scholars are doing their projects
in some industries
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6.3.9 Admission of
Students
Regularly admits for M.A., M.Sc., M.phil and ph.D programmes
through entrance test and on the basis of qualirying eximination
marks.
PG admission through All lndia Combined Entrance Test
mnducted by JNU.
6.4 Welfare schemes
Teaching
swF
Non teaching
SWF
Students
ALUMNI ASSOCAITONIS THEE.
POST.ME"TRIC EDUCATIONAL
CONCESSION
done y", [-x-l N" [-l
6.6 Whether annuat financial audit has been
6.7 Whether Academic and Administrative Audit (AAA) has
been done?
Audit Type
Extemal
Yes/No
]
Internal
Ot**
Yes/|.{o
I
aurhority
Academic
Yes
Concemed
Dean of Faculty
and External
Expert
Yes
Dept.
Administrative
Yes
Govt.Auditor/
CAG
Yes
Uty.Audit
Section
6.E Does the University/ Autonomous College declares
results
Y"s
ves
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6.9 what efforts arc made by the University/ Autonomous
co
€ge for Examinarion Reforms?
.
Semester examinations for all courses
o lntroduced IMS and intemal asses$Tent system
. Online application for examinations, degree certificates, etc.
. e.payrnent of fees
. Online uploading of intemal marks, extemal marks ftom CV Camp, etc.
. Online hall tickets, results, nominal roll, etc.
6'10 what efforts are made by the Univesity to promote autonomy
in the aftiliated/constituent
co %es?
o Encourages colleges to apply for aulonomy.
. Universrty plays the role of facilitator.
university authorities are membefs in the committee for kjentirying
coleges for
aulonomy.
o Expenses sharing, stric{ monitoring of the conduct
of examinations, certificates
will be issued by the University.
. Autonomyin conducting examinalions approved by the appropriate
bodies at the
University level.
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6.1
6.
I Activities
and support from the
Alunni Association
I2 Aclivities and support from the parent _ Teacher Association
A meeting was organised once and discussed various
matters of
crncem.
Constituted PTA which support for student development
and cuttural
programmes.
Financial
mic activilies
PTA takes in
needy and poor student
aid
maintenance
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6.13 Development prcgftrmmes for support staff
Special training by Academic Staff College and Audit seciions
are ananged.
DDFS Training.
6.14 Initiatives taken by the institution to make the campus
eco_friendly
Rainwater harvesting started.
Use of paper minimised by DDFS paperless programme.
Reduced the usabe of paper by depending nior"-on
Tree planting.
Campus is very much eco ftiendly.
Greening of campus done
"_-.runications.
Criterion - YII
7. lnnovations and Best practices
,,
duringrhis acadanic year which have created a posirive impact
on the
*::l*:
llyuced
runcrrontng ot
the institution. Civc details.
a
Smart class room with LCD projeclor.
Smart class rooms introduced which help teaching making it
more
effective.
Proper store management for chemicals and glass wares
Proper disposal of waste.
7'2 Provide
the Action Taken Report (ATR) based on the pran ofaction
decided upon at the
beginning of the year
q:rargets.
Il'*^r:^::li"^1"
or
tne research output.
More efiorrs are pur ro increase the quatity
Ananged seminar hall to take class for Film and philosophy.
Got intemet conneclion and water cooler.
Workshops for teachers, parents, youth and adolescents.
Year Planner prepared.
Class room teaching finished wilhin the time ftame.
Test papers conducted.
lnvited leclures ahd series seminars conducted.
Ananged archive with online access.
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7.3 Give two Best Practices of the insrit)tiorl (ple6e
see
tlplornd
in rt? NAAC Sef-sht4) Morrruls)
1. lntroduction and use of new technology in teaching, leaming,
evaluation and
transforming the University into a Digital University:
'
gis.i!_rr Docurnent Firing
o
.
.
.
o
o
o
systems (DoFS)
facility.
-
the onry university in Kerara with this
Digital signature
Online pa),ment of fees
Paperless offrce - environment ftiendly
Speeder than normal ftling systems
Permanenl record
Mobile Seva to all students, leaching and non_teaching
stafi
E-mail lD to a[ students, teaching aid non_teactrint
sLn
2
cornmencement of nqrv generation courses and career
oriented courses in tune with
the changes taking place at the high education scenario:
.
.'
Revised all syllabi by the respeciive Board of Studies
Initiate to set up a centrar rnstument Facirity wittr
sate-or-the-art instrurnents
Uploading of econtent lessons for tne use ot strOents
a[ over lndia.
'Pmvide lhe delails in onnoxue (annutre need to bc nambcrcd as i, ii,iii)
7.4 Contribution to environmenlal awareness / protection
Tried to minimise the use of plastics.
Keep the premises clean.
Planting trees, landscaping, gardening, plasticr\^,all poster-fte€nobacco-free
camPus.
Conducted workshop/Seminar on environmental issues.
Trips to wild life sanctuary and rese,ved forests.
Celebrated Environment Oay on June 5, with tree phnfing
and an invited
lecture.
Best practices in managemenl of funds
Maximum participation of teache* in environmentar protecrion
activities
7.5 Wherher environmental audit was
conducted? y€s
[-l
No
l-al
7'6 Any other relevanr informarion the institution
wishes to add. (for exampre SWQT Analysis)
Faculty interested in social extension.
Life skill training workshop for difierent groups.
The recen[y introducea U.Sc. Radiatioi
etrysics course is job ofienled and
very much sought affer. University_hospitaf
iinfrgE-h"-r" tfin devetoped
by this programme.
Strengthen - Facilities and student
Weakness - Old building
Opportunity - tUC (tnter University Centre)
Threat - Nit
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institution for nert year
Plans to conduct various ryorkshops and national seminars on various discipline.
Webcasting of classes viewing and listening to chsses by intemational experts.
Prornoting academic ac{ivities and research to new heights raising faculties for
lhe same.
Slarting IUC adjoumed to Deparlment of Economics stating MA Financial
Economics & Financhl Engineering.
Promoting academic activities and research to nety heights raising faculties for
the same.
Providing new trends in research methodology promote inter disciplinary
researches.
New coursB which are of high demand in society have io be taken.
Workshop for specific groups on the basis of objec{ive.
Life Skill Training workshop for difierent groups.
Extension programme for the benefit of the public.
S'tarting of new courses, faculty recruitment, administrativey'technical stafi
recruibnent.
Plan to bring more research funds.
Conduct various Seminarsm/orkshops in National level.
organizing a Nationar Seminar on Mascurinities & Femininities in Media as part of
celebrating lntemational Wornen's Day ,n 6b March 2014.
lntemational Women's Day will be celebrated on 76 March 2014.
One day Training Programme on Wornen and Human Rights in July 2014.
National Seminar on Gender Bias in Education in Octobe; 2014.
Nane: Prof.(Dr) M.Sabu
Name: [email protected]) M. AMul Solam
Q*r.->
Signarure of rhe Chairperson,
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Duration
Year
Name of
lUnding
- 3.6 Res€arch fi,nds sanctioned and received
from various firnding agencies, industsy
and otha organisations:
tre Grant
Purpose
Received
agency
J
UGC
r.8,,
76,80(y-
rur ul9
rroFrr rspwm tesped d u|e ptid urder Dr.Thonatutty,
1., Dept.of Malaydan
3
DST
10,00,000-
,- ,F(arcrr
sr rIE
gra[
ro De Foled ufihf Dr.Sun{kuma,
m
Botilry
3
DST
5,00,000/-
,,
.,lrdrrEur u ute glimr n
3
DBT
3,57,4Nt-
,,
rorarEnr
3
KSCSTE
rro ule
r{rd llE{crrErlr
or IIle
gE
ptriecl under Dr.M. Sabu, De6.of Bolany
gopd
or rrE grant m rro tne
@of-
under OrM.SahJ, Dept.of gohny-
I n /o the poi(fl
under Dr.E.
punstr*hanan
oed. of Chernisfiy
3
UGC
r. r.(drrrrr u uE grafl
6,55,800/-
m
ro me pqeq
urhr
Aobgy
J
UGC
8,917t-
, tr,C rEr<rrEllr sr ute
glar
m rro
Dr.Kannan V.M.,
@.of
ne pqed un(lef Dr.L.ThoflEskutty,
Deptof Malaydar
3
KSCSTE
2,73,33U-
u- rFr4[E[r u
ure
grafl
tn rro
ne
prorect under Dr.sailas Benianin,
Deptof Bobny
3
2
KSCSTE
UGC
12,74,7Nt-
,- nErarirr
r,,r uE grafl m rro
NanGcie{rces & Tedrnohgy
r
2,53,000/-
rsldrrErr
or rrE
o ne poiE, unhr
grafi n
rro
m
rro
s
&.Siindhu S.,
Depd
Fqred under Dr.E.K. Saheesh, Deptof
Comm€[Ee
5
UGC
5,60,oqy-
r- n Fr4rrrrrl ol rrE grall n
3
UGC
61,043
,
.E tr,"ra,rur u
uE grafl n
rc
Dept dAmtic
5
UGC
35,00,000/-
r
rlJr4flinr
lJ
[email protected]
me ptq,ed undef Dr"A.l. RahEthuIah,
urruef nolHBcumng fiems in r/o
Zoology
5
UGC
,l0,m,000/--
,
rEld,.E,r
ur
u
E graflr
urcr
Deptof Malayalan
5
UGC
7,40,000/-
,
trEs,,Er u uir grcrr urrer
Dept of Mdaydam
3
KSCSTE
2,44,18/}t-
3
tr..,,Err
Botany
ur uE grarr
n
rro
[email protected]
in
fre
Deptof-
notHECulltng lpad in r/o UGC-g{p in trg
recumng fletm in r/o UGCSAP in the
ne ptqpd
under Dr.Jos T. putlJr,
Dedof_
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3
KSCSTE
12,659/-
[email protected]
N.K.,
3
UGC
6,48,300/-
3
KSCSTE
1,N,4741-
Defl.d
Ctremistry
Chemistry
3
KSCSTE
3,84,m(y-
3
DST
7,16,446t-
3
KSCSTE
2!
instdment of the grant in r/o ttre
RstFEramnr
in
tfB
C
32,mODeptof Botany.
3
UGC
9,57,800/Thryyil,
3
Dep.kilPhfi6
DBT
Botany
4
DBT
39,90,000/-
Dqtof PhFhs
Research funds sanctioned and received from various
funding agencies for the implementation
Res€arch Projects undertaken by Research Scholars:
ofthe
of the grant in r/o the proiect under
Researdr Scholar, Ded.of Botany
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