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Nationally Accredited at ‘A’ Grade by NAAC Tiruchirapalli-620001, Tamilnadu
THE ANNUAL QUALITY ASSURANCE REPORT (AQAR) OF THE IQAC Name of the Institution : National College Tiruchirapalli-620001, Tamilnadu Year of Report : 2007-2008 Part A The plan of action chalked out by the IQAC in the beginning of the year towards quality enhancement and the outcome achieved by the end of the year. Activities planned in the beginning of the year 1) To submit a proposal to DST seeking FIST grant for the Department of Mathematics to establish a Computer Laboratory and to purchase equipment as teaching aids. 2) To submit proposals seeking financial grant to UGC to conduct Seminars in the Department of Philosophy, Mathematics, History, Physics and English. 3) To establish a Computer Laboratory and an Instrumentation Center using the grant received from the DST under FIST scheme for the Department of Chemistry. 4) To connect all the computers in the college through LAN with Internet Facility. 5) To provide Intercom facility with about 50 terminals connecting all the places in the campus. 6) To raise an additional NCC (Naval) for which final approval was yet to be received from NCC Directorate, Chennai. 7) To form a group of about 200 students from all the departments and train them for overall development. They will form the Core Group for all the student related activities. 8) To continue the schemes of Remedial Coaching classes and coaching classes for those appearing for Competitive Examination, as there was a good response from SC/ST students in the previous year. 9) To provide ramp facility for all the buildings in the college and lift facility for the JN block which has 4 floors using the grants received from UGC under HEPSN scheme. 10) To conduct Faculty Development Programme on Soft Skills periodically. 11) To construct three class rooms and to renovate the existing College Auditorium. 12) To make available a Data Processing Center with Internet facility for both students and staff using the UGC grant. 13) To make available a staff Lounge for the recreation activities of the staff members. 14) To provide a Lunch shed and Toilet facilities for girls, as Co-Educational pattern has been introduced in the college.
OUTCOME ACHIEVED 1. A proposal has been submitted to DST seeking grant under FIST scheme to establish a computer laboratory in the Dept. of Mathematics. 2. 10 and 8 proposals were submitted seeking grants for conducting
Seminar/Workshop and for Major/Minor projects respectively. See Annexure I. 3. A Computer Laboratory and an Instrumentation Laboratory have been
established in the Department of Chemistry using DST-FIST funds. The centers were inaugurated by Dr.A.Mukhopadyay, Director, DST, New Delhi. 4. All the Computers in the College have been connected through LAN and provided with internet connectivity. 5. Intercom facility has been provided to all the places in the College with 40 terminals. 6. NCC Directorate has approved our proposal for raising a new unit of NCC (Naval wing). But the unit is yet to be raised. A copy of the approval letter is enclosed. See Annexure II 7. A proposal seeking grant for conducting coaching classes for SC/ST students for NET examinations has been submitted to UGC. 8. The schemes on Remedial coaching classes for SC/ST students and Coaching classes for students appearing for Competitive examinations have been renewed by UGC and grants for recurring expenditure have been received by the College. 9. Affiliation for M.Phil in Botany, Geology and Chemistry was obtained from Bharathidasan University, Trichy. 10. Faculty Development Programme was organized for newly appointed staff members. 11. Many Lectures were conducted under the auspices of Academic Association of each Department. See Annexure III. 12. 13. 14. A Data Processing Centre with internet facility has been made available. A staff Lounge with TV, Magazines and Indoor games has been made available. A Training Programme for final year UG and PG Students appearing for Competitive Examinations was arranged. 15. 16. Three class rooms were constructed in the Golden jubilee block. Since many vacancies of teaching posts were not approved by the Govt. eight teaching staff members were appointed using the Management’s own resources to avoid cancellation of classes. 17. Since Govt. did not grant permit to fill up vacancies of Non teaching staff, 10 Management Staff were appointed and the college office was modernized with computers and other basic amenities.
See Annexure VI.V 30.000/- 19. 15. The Fund Allocation for the Department of Physical Education was increased to Rs. A seminar hall in the name of Nangavaram Periya Pannai Hall has been dedicated to the college. 4 . Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) and our College have signed a Memorandum of understanding to the effect that the courses affiliated to it can be offered at our College. 31. The two issues of the College News Bulletin each one for a semester for the year 2007-2008 have been released. exhibition and distributing pamphlets. Central Institute of Indian Languages (CIIL). one TNSCST sponsored Orientation Programme (Geology) and eight management sponsored Workshops and Seminars were conducted during this academic year. 25. The objective was to provide to coastal community youth. See Annexure . A Cultural festival in the name of NACOFEST (National College Festival) was celebrated conducting intercollegiate competitions.00. 26. 24. 28. Two Endowment Lectures were conducted (Mathematics and History). 27. one NAAC sponsored National Workshop (IQAC). NCC Air Wing released a Blood Donors Directory containing 1288 names of students and staff with their addresses. See Annexure – IV. 21. 22. 29. Sixteen new Endowments have been created for giving away prizes to meritorious students. (Copies enclosed). See Annexure VII. As the college has adopted co-education pattern toilets for girls have been constructed. One DST sponsored Workshop (Geology). An Employability Livelihood” Training youth Programme was organized for funded coastal by community Nations “Alternate United development programme. One UGC sponsored National Seminar (Geology). Tamil Nadu State Council for Science and Technology identified our College to conduct the Science for Sanitation Programme. one MOEF sponsored Workshop (Botany). Mysore and our College have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to establish a regional field unit in our College as a part of National Testing Service.18. Under this programme awareness was created on sanitation among students and public by conducting rally. 23.750/-.1. 20. In appreciation of publishing Research Papers and books and presenting papers in Seminars / Workshops members of Staff and students have been awarded with cash incentives amounting to Rs.
5. casteism and ignorance through education and helping them to lead a decent life in the society. Students have to write two CIA tests in a semester for all the papers.66. 4.1. Innovations in Curricular Design and Transaction As per the guidelines of UGC. Activities reflecting the goals and objectives of the institution The motto of the College. Lift facility would be provided in JN block for the benefit of the PH students and special toilets would be constructed for them. Inter disciplinary Programmes started Under the CBCS pattern an Under Graduate student has to compulsorily study two Elective Papers outside his Major Department. Examination reforms implemented Continuous Internal Assessment (CIA) system has been introduced as a part of CBCS pattern to all Under Graduate courses from the year 2005-2006. 5 .It is continued this year also. The Curriculum details of all the three courses are given in Annexure VIII.Phil programme in Botany. New academic Programmes initiated (UG and PG) M. Through Tiruchirapalli Gem Training Institute. The list of lectures conducted through academic associations is given in Annexure III.Part B 1.000/. about 150 candidates have been trained on the use of modern machinery for gem cutting and polishing. implies liberating the suppressed sections of the society from the evil clutches of communalism. A sum of Rs. Ramp facilities have been provided to all the buildings in the college for the easy mobility of physically handicapped students. 3. and Chemistry was introduced in the college. “That which liberates is education”. Many of the Elective Papers are interdisciplinary in nature. A number of lectures under Academic Associations have been organized and most of the lectures were interdisciplinary in nature.has been received for the two schemes. Geology. UGC has renewed the schemes to impart coaching for entry into services for SC and ST students and Remedial coaching classes for SC and ST students. There are 33 physically challenged students studying in the college. 2. Choice Based Credit System was introduced in the academic year 2005-2006. See Annexure IX. These objectives are fulfilled by admitting 777 Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe students and 928 Backward Class and Most Backward Class students out of the total 1744 students of the College in the Aided Courses and 167 Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe students and 676 Backward Class and Most Backward Class students out of the total 843 students in the Un-Aided Courses.
V.: Data not available 7. See Annexure V 9.Kumar. one TNSCST sponsored Orientation Programme (Geology) and eight management sponsored Workshops and Seminars were conducted during this academic year. Initiative towards Faculty Development Programme Mr.R. Dr.of Physics. Research projects a) Newly implemented b) Completed 1. Tiruchirapalli District.D. See Annexure X.V. A UGC sponsored Minor Project on Geophysical and Geochemical study of the Aquifer system in Vayyampatti union. Dr. one NAAC sponsored National Workshop (IQAC).of Chemistry went to Netherlands under BOYSCAST scheme for his Postdoctoral Research. 5. 6 . Mr. Lecturer. Tamil Nadu has been newly implemented in Department of Geology. Dr. A UGC sponsored Major Project on Urban Health care and Medical Facilities for rural poor has been newly implemented in the Department of Commerce. Manaparai Taluk.Kumaresan is the Principal Investigator.Prabhakaran.Murali. A UGC sponsored Minor Project on Nano Crystalline CdZns films for opto electronic applications has been newly implemented in the Dept. 6. 4.of Philosophy is the Principal Investigator.A student who has failed in only one subject at the end of the degree programme is allowed to appear for instant examination conducted within a month from the date of publication of result. Candidates qualified: NET/SLET/GATE etc. A UGC sponsored Minor Project on Self Help Group – An Analysis has been newly implemented in the Department of Philosophy. DST sponsored Major Project on Benthic foraminifera as a tool for environmental impact assessment and sediment transport – a case study from the inner shelf of Gulf of Mannar has been newly implemented in the Department of Geology.S. 8 Teachers were allowed to participate in the Orientation Course and 10 Teachers were allowed to participate in Refresher Courses. one MOEF sponsored Workshop (Botany). One DST sponsored Workshop (Geology). Total number of seminars/workshops conducted One UGC sponsored National Seminar (Geology). Dept. Dept. 2. Reader. Reader. 8. is the Principal Investigator 3. is the Principal Investigator for the project.S.Srinivasa Vallabhan is the principal investigator for the project. Mr.Srinivasan.
was received from Tamil Nadu State Council Science for and Technology.75. if any: Nil Nil 11. Rs.was received from UGC towards Minor Project entitled Self Help Group – An Analysis by the Department of Philosophy. Rs. Rs.was received from MOEF through peace trust towards the conduct of orientation programme on Biodiversity Awareness by the Department of Botany.126.96.36.1990/. Manaparai Taluk. Rs.22.00. Research grants received from various agencies 1. Tiruchirapalli District. Chennai towards the implementation of Science for Sanitation programme. Rs. Rs.500/.000/.1. Patents generated.was received from DST towards the recurring expenditure for the Department of Botany under the FIST scheme. See Annexure XI. Rs.000/.24. Rs. 6.000/. Rs. 8.was received from UGC towards the conduct of Seminar on Samayangalum Manithaneyamum by the Department of Philosophy. 11.was received from DST towards the recurring expenditure for the Department of Geology under the FIST scheme.000/. 10. 9. New collaborative research Programmes: 12.360/.was received from UGC towards the conduct of Seminar on Crystal Growth of laser and Non-Linear optical Materials by the Department of Physics.31.2.was received from UGC towards XI plan development grant 2. Tamil Nadu by the Department of Geology. 4.00. 5.was received from DST towards implementation of the Project entitled Benthic foraminifera as a tool for environmental impact Conservation & Environmental assessment and sediment transport – a case study from the inner shelf of Gulf of Mannar.Phil Programme and 98 scholars undergo Ph.72. 14.000/. Rs. 3. Rs. 13.D programme.500/.67.000/. Details of research scholars 64 scholars undergo M.500/was received from UGC towards Minor Project entitled Nano Crystalline CdZns films for opto electronic applications by the Department of Physics. Citation index of faculty members and impact factor: Nil 7 .was received from UGC towards Minor Project entitled Geophysical and Geochemical study of the Aquifer system in Vayyampatti union.10. 7.72.
but all the journals subscribed during the last year have been renewed. 24.2.has been earned as income through the self financing courses. The details are in the Annexure XII. COSIST (ASSIST)/DST.31. FIST.00. Courses in which student assessment of teachers is introduced and the action taken on student feedback Student assessment of teachers has been introduced for all the courses in the college.60. No new journal has been subscribed. 000/= per student. USSC.5. Numbers of community service activities have been conducted by these units and clubs. Teachers and officers newly recruited 22 staff members were appointed in the Regular Government approved vacancies.49.00/Rs. 25. Improvements in the library services: Computerized activities take place. Geology and Chemistry departments are FIST sponsored departments. Unit cost of education: Rs.00. Books Purchased total amount Journals subscribed total amount Total Rs. 18. Community services The College has NCC. issue of certificates The entire administration of the college including the activities of the Departments has been computerized.036. 8 staff members were appointed as guest lecturers. 20. Computerization of administration and the process of admissions and examination results.30/- 23. Since the College is affiliated to Bharathidasan 8 . New books/journals subscribed and their value The list of books purchased is given in Annexure XIV. See Annexure XIII.266. RRC. NSS.15. etc. assistance/recognition Botany. Honors/Awards to the faculty: 16.000/. Details of departments getting SAP. YRC. Rotaract etc.000/17.2. 22. Internal resources generated Nil Rs. 19.230. Teaching – Non-teaching staff ratio: 1:2 21.30/Rs. SHG. Parent Teacher association has contributed Rs.21. units.80.
9 . 4.University. 2. Transfer Certificate. A complete network of Intercom facility has been provided to all places in the college. a few faculty members have initiated research in cheminformatics and bioinformatics area using this facility. 5. has been dedicated to the College. In fact. A new Conference Hall. Nangavaram Periya Pannai Hall. Course Certificate and other certificates are issued using the computerized data bank. one printer. The College Office is equipped with a new printing machine and two photo copying machines. Increase in the infrastructural facilities 1. one scanner and a web camera with complete networking facility. Attendance Certificate. Web camera is used for internet chatting. Three rooms have been built near the Mathematics Department of the Golden Jubilee Block. Bitumen top roads have been laid through the length and breadth of the college. Computer Laboratory A Computer laboratory has been set up in the Department of Chemistry with 13 computers. A Data Processing Center has been established with the financial assistance from the UGC. 7. 6. publishing the results and issue of mark statements are not under our purview. online seminars and exchange of ideas with eminent scientists from various parts of the world. 3. 26. named after the family of the President of the College Committee. 27. A Computer Laboratory and an Instrumentation Laboratory have been established in the Department of Chemistry using DST-FIST funds. The internet facility is helpful to students and staffs in accessing the essentially unlimited resources of information not conventionally obtainable through other means. periodicals and indoor games has been established. This facility is also used for the post-graduate students to study the C programming and molecular modeling concepts with hand-on practical sessions. A new Staff Lounge with a TV set. This computational facility is now very much useful to the faculty as well as students to do modern research projects in the field of computational chemistry and theoretical chemistry. 8. Technology upgradation In the Department of Chemistry a Computer and Sophisticated Instruments laboratories were established with DST-FIST grant. Rooms are also under construction to house the three Units of NCC and Placement Cell.
SC/ST No. examination of old paintings and artifacts and identify the odour and taste components of food.93. Digital Balance is helpful for synthetic experiments and used for the spectral and electrochemical studies that can be carried out with the above instruments. coordination around metal and distortion. geometrical isomers. FT-IR Spectrophotometer and Electrochemical Workstation along with a Digital Balance with four digit accuracy and Sonicator. qualitative and quantitative analysis. studying the progress of reactions. strength of ligands and charge transfer between metal and ligand. isomerism in both organic and inorganic chemistry. There are three major equipments-UV-Visible spectrophotometer interfaced with the Thermostat.Instruments Laboratory A sophisticated Instruments laboratory has been set up in the Department of Chemistry with an aim of developing the research activities. study the electron transfer properties of organic and inorganic molecules and study the electroorganic chemistry of pharmaceutical intermediates. study the interaction of drug molecules with DNA and enzymes. The college has a Computer Laboratory with 100 systems for the use of students of BCA and B.60. of Students 1281 Disbursed – 1208 Sanction Amount Rs.Sc Computer science. Internet facility has been provided to all the Departments. recognition of metal. charge-transfer transitions. measurements of paints and varnishes. and functional groups of organic substances. Chemistry and Geology department. Library.83. Office and all the HODs room. tautomeric equilibirium. chemical kinetics experiments with variable temperature. UV-Visible spectrophotometer is used for the detection of conjugation. shape of symmetry of a molecule.906/Rs. presence of water in a sample. 29. 28. determination of molecular structure. formation of chelates. Electrochemical Workstation is used to follow reaction kinetics and exchange reactions. high modes of vibration. valency and spin. FT-IR Spectrophotometer is used to characterize the property of both organic and inorganic molecules such as identification of substances. detection of impurities. Financial aid to students The total amount of scholarship distributed to the students of SC / ST /BC/MBC/DNC and the number of beneficiary are given below. Computer and internet access and training to teachers and students All the Departments have computers. molecular weight determination. There is a computer laboratory each one for Botany. Sonicator is used to induce chemical reactions and to make homogenous solutions for spectral and electrochemical studies. detection of impurities. lower symmetry of complexes.130/- 10 .56.
08. 33.000/. The team players T.towards the payment of salary to the guest lecturers.A.819/- 11 .Com.Manikandan.Sc.Parvathi were selected to represent TamilNadu Cricket Team.Udayan. Mr. D. 31 Activities and support from the Parent-Teacher Association Parent –Teacher Association contributed Rs. and R. Health services Under various club activities many programmes on health services have been conducted. of Students BC-462 Disbursed –BC-454 MBC-253 Disbursed –MBC-248 DNC-99 Disbursed –DNC-97 30. 1. R. Our Football team secured the first place in the III division and promoted to II Division. Invited lectures were arranged by PT association.12. The details are given in Annexure XV.00. Performance in sports activities The College celebrated its Annual Sports Day on 11th Oct 2007..Karnan III B. There will be a new leaf of life for the Association from the next year onwards. Activities and support from the Alumni Association A massive drive of registering the Alumni was undertaken to strengthen the Association. an International Volley Ball player and Coach was the Chief Guest. Our women cricket team won the Third place in the District Cricket Tournament.923/3. The copies of the Directory have been distributed to local hospitals.. S.06.5.942/1.Pandimeena. Sanction Amount 5.411/5. The most important achievement in the health services is the release of Blood Donor Directory containing 1288 names of students and staff of the college by NCC Air-Wing unit of the college. III BBA won the third place in 400M in the District Athiletic meet. 32..14.09. won the Bronze medal in ‘Teakwondo’ Inter Collegiate Competition. K.BC / MBC / DNC No.26.Sridharan.943/3.Gayathri and N. II B.691/1.Dharmalingam II B. Economics won the Bronze Medal in the Inter Collegiate Swimming Competition.000/-.G. won the Medal in the State Level Mini Marathan Race held at Kanyakumari and received a Cash Award of Rs. About 600 old students of the college have been registered in the Alumni Association.
Coaching classes were conducted for students appearing for Group Discussion and interview.. 12 .Sc. lunch is provided to all the players free of cost. Free banian and trousers are provided to the sportsmen.Sc.. 35..Sc. were recommended for Special Prize in the Annual Day. Student achievements and awards The prizes and medals won by the students in various activities are shown in Annexure XVI.Elamparuthi. M. During the coaching session.Dharmalingam.Com. II year R. 36. III year D. III year College / University NetBall University Foot Ball University Fencing TamilNadu Fencing TamilNadu Fencing TamilNadu Boxing University R. 34. Campus Interviews were organized in the college. and R. Name G.Arivalagan.A..Kalimuthu. II B. 1. B. I M. 4.Sivakumar. I year C.Com.. Activities of the Guidance and Counseling unit Students were prepared and sent for appearing Job Fairs conducted in Colleges of Tiruchirapalli and in Institute of Entrepreneurs and Career Development Cell of Bharathidasan University. College fee is waived for outstanding sportsmen. B.. II year P. M. No. II year S.The under mentioned students represent our University and State teams this Year: Sl.Sundaramurthi. 2. M.Com.Kalimuthu..Sc.Muthusami. Incentives to outstanding sportspersons Total expenses of sports persons participating in sports events conducted outside the city are borne by the college. 3. Geo.. 5. 6. M.
2007 August 2007 September 7. higher Secondary School. Trichy Carborundum Universal Ltd. Sriperumpudur. 1 Name of the Organization / Company Chemplast Sanmar Limited 9. Karur Land Marvel Ltd. Ltd. Placement services provided to students List of Campus Recruitment Programs Organized by the Placement Cell Sl. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Sterlite Industries (I) Ltd. Trichy Cynosure Corporate Solutions. 4. 2007 November. Trichy -18 Eureka Forbes Ltd.37. of Selected Students 2 1 Copies of Appointment Orders Received by the Cell 2 1 1 2 First Source Solutions. Matriculation.K. Bangalore Agsar Paints Pvt. Kallakurichi-606 202 Shivani Info Solutions.T. Chennai CEPHA.602 105 9 Rock City Ford.. Trichy-620 008 3 14 14 14 4 13 7 6 5 22 14 - 6 11 11 11 7 3rd March 2008 2 8 9 10 Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Ltd.600086. of Short Listed Students 2 1 No. Cathedral Road.. Chennai A. 2007 17th December 2007 22nd January 2008 24th January 2008 5th February 2008 3rd March 2008 No. Trichy -1 November 2007 June 2007 August 6-9. 2007 November.. No Name of the Organization / Company Date of Campus program 3rd Dec. 17-18. BPO operations. 2007 November 2007 June 2007 Date 13 . Academy.. Bangalore Sutherland Global Services. Tuticorin Anna University (T). Tiruchi-1 Lakshmi Vilas Bank. Trichy-24 Sutherland Global Services. Dalmiapuram-621651 Wheels India Limited Chennai Axles India Limited Chennai 24th March 2008 24th May 2008 24th May 2008 3 3 8 Final Interview Results Awaited 3 2 4 - 3 2 2 List of Off-Campus recruitment programs for which the placement cell forwarded the eligible students list including companies S. (ITES Company). Chennai .N.
Bharathidasan University.P.Sc.M. Trichy-21 Anna University (T) . 2007 13 IECD. Tiruchi-23) 28th May 2008 The list of students selected in campus recruitment for renowned organizations. Tiruchi-23 & Eureka Forbes. Trichy Sutherland Global ervices.Venkateshwaran III B.Com III B.. Computer Science III B. Sl.Venkateshwaran ---- 1 4 5 6 7 Mr. Products Ltd. S. Bharathidasan University. Sasi Vannan BC BC SC BC 14 14 . Karaikudi-630 006 January 2008 January 2008 16 17 ICICI Prudential Life Insurance.R. Trichy-24 & Satyam Computer Services November 2007 November 2007 December. Bharathidasan University. Mettur Dam – 636 402 (at Sona College of Technology. No. Trichy First Source solutions Limited..R. Trichy-1 The India Cements ltd. Vigneshwaran SC 3 Mr.Tiruchi-1 -Do-Do-Do2 Total 2 Mr.Suresh Mr. Tiruchi-23 & Sutherland Global Services December. R. Salem-636005) 2nd March 2008 25th May 2008 22 Council of Advancement of People’s Action and rural Technology (CAPART).Saravana babu Mr.P. Maths III B.P. 8.Com III B. Trichy-1 IECD.Com ---Customer Service Associate Customer Service Associate Executive Trainee Sales Executive Sales Executive Sales Executive Sales Executive First Source solutions Limited. Maths III B.Trichy-15 Central Electro Chemical research Institute.10 11 12 Cethar Vessels (P) Ltd. Tiruchi-23 & Aitel Central Electro Chemical research Institute. M. Name of the Candidate Course & Subject Comm unity Job designation Name of the Organization / Company 1 Mr. Sutherland Global Services January 2008 16-17 February 2008 18 19 IECD.Sc. 2007 14 15 Anand Eng.Sc. GOI (at IECD. 1-2. Karaikudi-630 006 16-17 February 2008 March 2008 20 21 Reliance BPO The Madras Aluminium Company Limited. Bharathidasan University.. Trichy -18 Eureka Forbes Ltd.Com III B.Raja Mr. Ministry of rural Development.
Chemistry II M. I.Sc. Matriculation. Diwakar II M.A. Rajesh Kanna Mr. Academy.Sc. Ilayaraja Mr.Sc. Prasannah Mr. Prabhakaran Mr. S.Sc. Karthikeyan Mr.Com III B. V.Com III BCA III B. Physics III B. Sivalingam Ms. Tamil III B. Karuthan Mr.Sc. Kallakurichi606 202 11 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 Ms. Chemistry II M. Chemistry BC SC MBC Geologist Trainee Geologist Trainee Chemical Trainee 15 . R. Chennai 2 3 30 31 32 Mr. Muthusamy II M. Raman III BCA III B.A.Sc.T. Tamil III B. R. K. S. Karthick Mr.Sc.Com III B.Sc. Raja Mr. M. Dalmiapuram621651 -Do-DoWheels India Limited.Sc. M. D. S.A. Muthukumar Mr.A. Murugesan Mr. Geology II M. R. Selvakumar Mr. Geology II M.Sc. V. Kalpana Ms. higher Secondary School.Com III B. Maths II M. Jayasri II M. N. Viswanathan Mr.Com III B. Sangeetha M. Maths II M.Com III B.8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Mr. Chemistry II M.Sc.Com II M. I. P. S. Economics BC MBC BC BC MBC SC BC BC ---SC Sales Executive Sales Executive Sales Executive Sales Executive Sales Executive Sales Executive Sales Executive Sales Executive Sales Executive Sales Executive -Do-Do-Do-Do-Do-Do-Do-Do-Do-Do- 18 Ms. Chemistry BC Teacher A. Tamil II M. Vishnu Vasu Mr. Subramanian Mr. M. S. Geology MBC BC SC MBC BC ---BC MBC SC OC OC Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher Geologist Trainee -Do-Do-Do-Do-Do-Do-Do-Do-Do-DoDalmia Cement (Bharat) Ltd. Maths II M. A. N. B. Raju Mr. R. Malathi Mr. Saranya Mr. Dev Ananad Mr.Sc. R.K.
Many endowments have been created to give away awards and prizes annually to outstanding students on the College Day. The students are advised to have active e-mail addresses and contact numbers to keep them prepared for the modern interview practices. 39.A Brief Note The placement cell organizes motivation and training programs for the benefit of the students free of cost. Grants for conducting one day seminar are provided to the Departments. Kumaraperumal Mr.Com B. Details are given in Annexure -VII All the members of Non-teaching staff are provided with a uniform dress Code.Sc. Chemistry BC OC ---OC Chemical Trainee Accounts Trainee Accounts Trainee Process Controller Trainee -DoAxles India Limited -DoThe Madras Aluminium Company Limited. The College provides space free of cost to Self Help Groups to conduct exhibition and sale of their products for two days every month. The College management gives away additional prizes to the students who win competitions conducted in other colleges. Karthikeyan Mr. CV writing methods and mock interview practices. basic computer training has been provided to all the non-teaching staff. they are given training in which they are briefed about the nature of tests.Sc.Com III. Competitive examination oriented books are made available in the college library and the students are directed to make use of this facility. Chemistry III B. Management has introduced a dress code for non-teaching staff and they are provided with free uniforms. Healthy practices of the institution Our Management has introduced an encouraging system of honoring the Organizing Secretaries of Conferences by presenting them with wristwatches. M. Development Programmes for non-teaching staff As the college office activities have been automated. 38. A system has also been introduced to honor the Staff members who publish articles in the Referred Journals with Cash Award.B.33 34 35 36 Mr S Balasusbramanian Mr. Mettur Dam – 636 402 TOTAL 2 1 36 Functioning of the Placement Cell.Ramasamy II M. R.V. Before the recruitment programs. S. 16 .
9. 3. 7. 6. 2. Linkages developed with National / International/ academic / Research bodies41. The college has signed an MOU with NTS to establish a Regional Field Unit in the college. 4. 5. Special coaching classes are arranged for Communicative English after the college hours. A music troupe of students has been formed. 17 . 10.Sc Applied Geology were given mapping training in the areas around Ariyalur. The students would be recruited by them at the end of training.Sc Geology were taken to places of Geological interest around Salem. 8. Inter collegiate Fine Arts competition was organized by the college under the name of NACOFEST. Tiruchirapalli. The College has signed an MOU with Sutherland Services to impart training to our students on BPO. Students of III B. A special Computer Awareness Programme for the judicial officers of the Trichy Court was conducted. Students in different groups were taken to visit Anna Planetarium. The college has signed an MOU with IGNOU under convergence scheme to offer the degree programme offered by them to our students concurrently. Students of I and II M. Any other relevant information the Institution wishes to add 1.40.
16. Career oriented programme on Diploma in Fabrication Engineering would be introduced with the collaboration of Small Scale Industries Association as there is a heavy demand for such skilled persons. 13. 19. Proposal seeking Autonomous status to the College would be submitted to the UGC. A block exclusively to house the units of NCC will be constructed. IQAC (A. 3. 10. Proposal seeking grants for the construction of a building to house Biological Science departments will be submitted to UGC 7. 15. Signature of the Coordinator. An NCC Naval unit will be raised for which final approval is yet to be received from NCC Directorate.Sc and M. The grant received from the UGC under HEPSN scheme would be utilized for the purpose for which the grant was received. Proposal seeking XI plan development grant will be submitted to UGC 5.Krishnamoorthy) Signature of the Chairperson. Audiovisual section would be introduced in the library. It is proposed to renovate the college auditorium and to construct an open-air auditorium. Proposal seeking the status of College with Potential for Excellence will be submitted to UGC 4. 14. As there was good response from SC/ST students for Remedial Coaching classes and coaching classes for appearing for Competitive Examination. It has been decided to start special coaching classes for students appearing for NET examinations. IQAC (K. A few non -teaching staff would be appointed as many vacancies are yet to be approved to fill up. It has been decided to invite all multinational companies for campus recruitment.Part C Details of the plans of the Institution for the next year 1. 12.Anbarasu) 18 . B.Sc IT courses are to be introduced 2. 18. 8. Proposal seeking financial support will be submitted to UGC to conduct Seminar in the Department of Mathematics and English. 11. 17. 9. A Faculty Development Programme on Soft Skills will be continued next year also. the programmes would be continued in the next academic year also. 6. A study centre with text books and books for competitive examinations will be established. The dual degree programme would be introduced. Chennai.
D.Gunasekar.R. submitted a Major Research Project proposal on An approach to Saiva Siddhantic of human values and education against of global terrorism – A critical Analysis to UGC for Financial Assistance.S. Department of Philosophy submitted a proposal to UGC for Financial Assistance to conduct a National Seminar on Samayangalum Manithaneyamum. Department of History submitted a proposal to UGC for Financial Assistance to conduct a National Seminar on Tamil Press and Freedom Movement. Head. Lecturer (SG).T.Seshasayee.Benet.Krishnamoorthy.A. x) Thiru. Department of Philosophy.Pari. iii) Prof.Krishnamoorthy. Co-ordinator. v) Thiru. Reader. Head.S. Department of Mathematics submitted a proposal to UGC for Financial Assistance to conduct a National Seminar on Applicable Algebra and Number Theory.K.Prabakar. ix) Thiru. Department of Physics submitted a proposal to UGC for Financial Assistance to conduct a National Seminar on Crystal Growth of laser and Non-Linear optical Materials. vii) Prof. Department of Philosophy submitted a proposal to UGC for Financial Assistance for a Minor Research Project on Self Help Group – An Analysis. Department of English submitted a proposal to UGC for Financial Assistance to conduct a National Seminar on Cultural Aesthetics: Reception and Resistance. Department of Philosophy submitted a proposal to UGC for Financial Assistance to conduct a National Seminar on The Concept of Peace. 19 . Department of Philosophy submitted a proposal to UGC for Financial Assistance to conduct a National Seminar on Theistic Humanism of Saint Ramalingam and Yogi Vemana – A comparative study. Lecturer (SG). LSG & Head.Annexure I List of proposals submitted seeking grants for conducting Seminar/Workshop and for Major/ Minor projects i) Dr. IQAC submitted a proposal seeking financial assistance to NAAC for organizing a National Workshop on Quality sustenance in Colleges with students of rural and semi urban Background.Gunasekar. vi) Thiru.Balasubramanian. ii) Thiru.S.E. Lecturer (SS).A. Lecturer (SG). viii) Dr.R. Lecturer (SG).Pandiyan. iv) Thiru.
V.Saravanan.M.xi) Dr. Reader.Srinivasan.Balasubramanian. xv) Dr.Muthukumar. Department of Chemistry submitted a proposal to UGC for Financial Assistance for a Minor Research Project on Heteroleptic cyclometalated Iridium (III) complexes containing Quinoline based ligands. Department of Botany submitted a proposal to UGC for Financial Assistance for a Minor Research Project on Workshop Biodiversity and Conservation of Mangrove vegetation.T.B. Department of Botany submitted a proposal to MOEF for Financial Assistance to organize a Workshop on Biodiversity conservation and Establishment of people’s Biodiversity register in Tiruchirapalli. xiv) Dr. Manaparai Taluk. Head. Department of Economics submitted a proposal to UGC for Financial Assistance for a Minor Research Project on an Analytical approach to Unorganized Labourers in Tiruchirapalli. Tiruchirapalli District.Nandagopalan. Department of Physics submitted a proposal to UGC for Financial Assistance for a Minor Research Project on Nano Crystalline CdZns films for opto electronic applications.Sridhar.Kumaresan. Lecturer. on xvi) Thiru. xvii) Thiru. Reader. xviii) Dr. Tamil Nadu to UGC for financial assistance. Lecturer (SG). Department of Philosophy submitted a proposal to UGC for Financial Assistance to conduct a National Seminar on The crisis of human culture and ethical values are causes for Global Terrorism. Department of Botany submitted a proposal to UGC for Financial Assistance for Minor Research Project on Toxicity of plant Extracts on Aflatoxin producing fungi.D.D. xiii) Dr. Lecturer (SS). 20 .N. xii) Dr. Department of Geology submitted a Minor research project proposal on Geophysical and Geochemical study of the Aquifer system in Vayyampatti union. Reader & Head.S. Reader.R.Abubacker.
Convenient date is to be intimated to this unit for selection of cadets. NATIONAL COLLEGE.8088/TN/NCC HQ/Plg dated 07 Mar 08 for raising a new NCC Sub Unit (Naval) at your college with immediate effect subject to the existing teams and condition of NCC with strength of SD Cadets. Republic day camp iv. Sea Trg camp at Vishakapatnam vi. Commission from DGNCC. TRICHY SELECTION OF ANO & CADETS.No. Ship modeling training/Completions 21 . Combined Annual training camp iii. Approval of DG NCC is hereby accorded vide ltr.6. preferably volunteers and physically fit. Alamelu Nagar Pasupathy Nagar West Anaiyar – Post MADURAI – 625 017 10 Apr 2008 109/1/TRG/SU The Principal National College Trichy – 620001 Sir. INSTRUCTION FWD OF 1. The undersigned would personally interview each cadet. Trekking for Boy/Girl cadets & mountaineering expedition vii. The types of campus conducted are listed below:i. New Delhi. The ANO and cadets of your sub unit are required to be spared as per allocation for the campus as and when requirements are projected. 2. (b)CADETS:54 Boys cadets will be available for selection process. Ship attachment at Mumbai v. The candidate proposed for ANO will act as Caretaker NCC till getting approval of ANO.2649450 2(TN) Naval Unit NCC N0. RAISING OF NEW NAVAL NCC SUB UNIT. Suitable candidate will be proposed before raising the SU NCC. Nau Sainik Camp ii. (c) CAMPS:There are various camps conducted every year.Annexure II Telephone:. The guidelines for selection of ANO/Caretaker and Cadets are enumerated below:- (a) ANOs:One candidate will be nominated for appointing as Associate NCC Officer for your sub unit NCC. National Integration Camp at other states viii.
since the emergence of new wing would further strength of the unit and Group HQs as well. Commanding Officer (VG Subramanian) Captain (IN) 22 .(d)OFFICE SPACE:The institution is to exclusively allot Naval Wing Office and Store Office for storage of Clothing/Uniforms and allied training stores. It is therefore requested that necessary arrangements may please be made for section of cadets and ANOs. 4. It is submitted that the successful and smooth functioning of all NCC activities depends upon the earnest co-operation of the institution and the efficiency of ANO and Cadets. 3. (e) LASKARS:The dedicated Laskar is to be nominated to assist the ANO for administrative functions of Sub Unit Office. An additional sub unit is indeed a pride to this unit.
List of lectures delivered under the auspices of Academic Association 2007 – 2008
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Name and Address of the speaker
Transgenic Plants And Gm Foods Nano Science
Dr.N.Selvaraj Prof.S.Ponnusamy, Government Arts College, Coimbatore Mr.V.K.Poddar, Commissioner of Income Tax Mr.S.Srivatsan Dr.Selvaraj, Reader in Commerce, Nehru Memorial College, Puthanampatti Dr.M.Therasnatham, IIS, field publicty officer Dr.R.Rajendran, Department of Economics, Periyar EVR College, Trichy Prof.K.Santhanam, Principal, Kurinji College, Trichy Dr.K.Swaminathan, Chief Educational Officer, Trichy Dr.N.Kalamani, Reader in English Dr.C.J.Kumanan, Senior Lecturer, Centre for Remote Sensing, Bharathidasan University, Trichy
Latest Commercial Practices Share Market operations
Rural welfare measures in India Economics Challenges before Indian Agriculture and Food Scarcity.
The Role of Mass Media Today
The significance of Technological Innovations in the Learning Process. Literature at Readers Response Recent Trends in Remote Sensing
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Details of the endowments created to give away prizes for outstanding students 1. Prof.Parthasarathi Endowment for Best Sanskrit Student 2. Mr.Ekambaram Endowment for Best outgoing II M.A. Philosophy student 3. Sri.K.Varadharajan Endowment for Best outgoing II M.Sc. Geology student 4. Caption C.B.S Manian Endowment for Best outgoing B.A. Student 5. Dr.T.Pitchiappa Endowment for Best outgoing Sports Champion 6. Tmt.B.N.Rajeshwari Endowment for Best outgoing B.Sc. Botany student 7. Dr.R.Ragothaman Endowment for Best outgoing II M.A. Tamil Student 8. S.T.Venkatraman Endowment for Best outgoing B.A. Economics 9. K.Sridharan Endowment for Best outgoing II M.Sc. Chemistry student 10. K.R.Krishnaswamy Endowment for Best outgoing III B.Sc. Chemistry student 11. Mrs.Lalitha Venkataraman Endowment for Best outgoing Part – I Tamil student 12. Rama Krishna Indira Endowment for Best outgoing II M.A. Economics student 13. Prof.Dr.S.Ramanath Endowment for Best outgoing student in logic UG & PG 14. Sri.G.Sundaram Endowment for Best I year English Literature out standing student 15. Sri.S.Pushpavanam Endowment for outstanding students in BA/MA English 16. TGP Haran Endowment for Best outgoing III B.Sc. Mathematics.
6) Regional Seminar on Social relevance of the Philosophy of Saint Ramalingam was organized by the Department of Philosophy on 1st Aug. 12) A Faculty Development programme for the newly appointed staff members was conducted from 26-12-2007 to 31-12-2007.Annexure – V List of Seminars / Workshops/ Conference conducted in the College during the year 2007-2008 1) A Workshop on Horticulture for Women was organized by the Department of Botany on 30-08-2007. 2) MOEF Sponsored Workshop on Biodiversity Conservation & Environmental Awareness was organized by the Department of Botany on 5th February 2007. 3) TNSCST Sponsored Orientation Programme on Geo-Science for School Teachers was organized by the Department of Geology from 05-09-2007 to 07-09-2007.2007. 13) The IQAC of our College conducted a NAAC sponsored National Workshop on Measures for Providing Quality Education in Colleges with Students of Rural and Semi-Urban Background on 16th & 17th February 2008. 26 . 4) UGC Sponsored National Seminar on Coastal Zones of India was organized by the Department of Geology on 6th and 7th December 2007. 7) A Seminar on Emerging Scenario in Zoology was organized by the Department of Zoology on 27. 9) A National Seminar on Crystal Growth of Non-Linear Optical Materials was organized by the Department of Physics on 3rd and 4th of March 2008.9. 5) DST Sponsored Workshop on Coastal Non-Living Resources was organized by the Department of Geology from 13th to 15th March 2008. 11) A Faculty Development programme was organized by IQAC of our College on 31st August and 1st September 2007. 10) A Workshop on Share Market for Women was organized by the Department of Commerce on 24th March 2008. 2008.07 8) A National Level Seminar on Recent Advances in Physical Organic Chemistry was organized by the Department of Chemistry on 11th and 12th March.
Venkatasubramanian Endowment Lectureon 27th February 2008. Chennai spoke on Stochastic Modelling of Queuing Systems. Dr. Head (Retd) PG Department of History.Mohan Ram. Faculty of Science and Humanities. Professor of Mathematics & Chairman. Spoke on Revisiting 1857 Uprising. Dr.Balakrishnan Endowment Lecture VIII on 19th March 2008.K. Periyar EVR College.Annexure . 27 . Anna University.VI List of Endowment lectures organized Department of Mathematics The Department of Mathematics conducted Dr.Vijayakumar. Trichy. Department of History The Department of History conducted Thiru G.A.R.
16.R.V.V.V.Srinivasa Vallabhan Dr.P. 2. NAME Dr. 10.Pushpalatha Dr.Iyanar Sri.V. 11. 4.Nandagopalan Dr.Gokula Dr.V.M. 13.No.Vivekanandan Ms.Natarajan Dr.Annexure .Manikandan Dr.Gokula Dr.R.S.VII List of members of Staff who were awarded with cash incentives for publishing Research papers / Books S. 18. 6.R.S.Abubacker Dr.Iyanar Sri. 12.Raghavan Sri.Ravichandran Dr.V. 19.Kumar Dr.E.L. 3. 21.V. 8.K. 7.N.M. 14.M. 20. 5.Muruganandham Ms.S. 1.Sabhapathy Dr.S.Srinivasa Vallabhan Dr.Gokula Dr.Rahini Dr. 15.D.Indira DESIGNATION LSS in Zoology LSS in Zoology Reader in Botany Lecturer in Botany LSS in Tamil Reader in Commerce Reader in Tamil Lecturer in Tamil LSS in Zoology Reader & Head in Geology Reader in Commerce Reader & Head in Botany Reader in Chemistry LSS in Chemistry Lecturer in Physics Lecturer in Physics Librarian Lecturer in Physics Lecturer in Physics Lecturer in Commerce LSS in Chemistry AMOUNT 500/500/500/500/1000/250/500/500/1000/1000/500/500/250/250/250/250/250/250/250/500/250/- 28 . 17. 9.Ramasamy Sri.S.
Physics Student I M. 35.K.Gokula Mr.Raghavan Dr.Yuvaraj Mr.Rajesh Mr. 25.T.S. 34. 30. Dr.B. English Student Total 250/250/250/1000/500/500/500/500/500/300/250/200/200/200/200/200/200/15.Gnanasekaran Sri. 33. 23. 31. 29.750/- 29 .N.Sudhakar Dr.22.Sc.A.Kannan Dr.Com Student I M.Sc. 37.V.D. 27. 36.P.Mohan Reader & Head in Botany Librarian Lecturer in Physics LSS in Zoology Lecturer in Chemistry LSS in Commerce LSS in Commerce LSS in History Lecturer in Economics Lecturer in Economics LSS in Zoology II M.Com Student I M. Physics Student II M.P.Saravanan Dr.Raju Mr.V.N.V.G.Ramasamy Dr. 24. 26.Saravanakumar Mr.Com Student I M.Gokula Dr. 38.Kumar Sri.R.Abubacker Sri.M.Parimalasekar Dr.Srinivasan Mr.M. 28. 32.P.P.
Applied Micropaleontology 2. TIRUCHIRAPPALLI 620 024 M.VIII BHARATHIDASAN UNIVERSITY.Annexure . Drainage Network Analysis 6. Environmental Hazards & Management 4.Phil Geology (FT / PT) Programme REVISED COURSE STRUCTURE UNDER CBCS (For the candidates admitted from the academic year 2007-2008 onwards) Sem-I Course-I Course-II Course-III Title of the Course Research Methodology Recent Researches in Geology Image processing and Geographical IA 25 25 25 Marks UE 75 75 75 Total 100 100 100 Credits 4 4 4 Information System Sem-II Course-IV Elective (Any one) 1. Coastal Geomorphology Dissertation and Viva-Voce Viva Voce Viva Voce 50 marks Dissertation 150 marks 200 (150+50) 8 25 75 100 4 Question Paper Pattern (Course I – IV) Part – A: Two questions from each unit (without choice) each question carries 2 marks. Applied Sedimentology and stratigraphy 3. (10x2=20) Part – B: One “EITHER OR” questions from each unit each question carries 5 marks (5x5=25) Part – C: One question from each unit. Digital Image Processing 5. Each question carries 10 marks. The candidate has to answer three questions out of the five questions (3x10=30) 30 .
Advances in plant Development 2. Each question carries 10 marks. The candidate has to answer three questions out of the five questions (3x10=30) 31 .Phil Botany (FT / PT) Programme REVISED COURSE STRUCTURE UNDER CBCS (For the candidates admitted from the academic year 2007-2008 onwards) Sem-I Course-I Course-II Course-III Sem-II Course-IV Elective (Any one) 1. Plant Pathology and Protection 3. (10x2=20) Part – B: One “EITHER OR” questions from each unit each question carries 5 marks (5x5=25) Part – C: One question from each unit. Plant Biotechnology Dissertation and Viva-Voce Viva Voce 50 marks Dissertation 150 marks 200 (150+50) 8 25 75 100 4 Title of the Course Research Methodology Plant Molecular Biology Biochemistry and plant Physiology IA 25 25 25 Marks UE 75 75 75 Total 100 100 100 Credits 4 4 4 Qestion Paper Pattern (Course – IV) Part – A: Two questions from each unit (without choice).VIII BHARATHIDASAN UNIVERSITY. Each question carries 2 marks. Microbial Biotechnology 4.Annexure . TIRUCHIRAPPALLI 620 024 M.
Principles and Applications of Organometallic Chemistry of Transition Metals 4. Modern Methods of organic synthesis 2. Principles and advances in Medicinal Chemistry 5. Bioinorganic Chemistry 3. TIRUCHIRAPPALLI 620 024 M. Nanochemistry Dissertation and Viva-Voce Viva Voce 50 marks Dissertation 150 marks 200 (150+50) 8 25 75 100 4 Physical Methods in Chemistry I Physical Methods in Chemistry II 25 25 75 75 100 100 4 4 IA 25 Marks UE 75 Total 100 Credits 4 Question Paper Pattern (Paper I – IV) Part – A: Two questions from each unit (without choice). Each question carries marks (5x5=25) Part – C: One question from each unit. Photophysics and photochemistry 6. Each question carries 10 marks. The candidate has to answer three questions out of the five questions (3x10=30) 32 .VIII BHARATHIDASAN UNIVERSITY.Phil Chemistry (FT / PT) Programme REVISED COURSE STRUCTURE UNDER CBCS (For the candidates admitted from the academic year 2007-2008 onwards) Sem-I Course-I Title of the Course Research Methodology and Laboratory Techniques Course-II Course-III Sem-II Course-IV Elective – (Any one) 1. Molecular Modeling and Chemo & Bioinformatics 7. Each question carries marks (10x2=20) Part – B: One “EITHER OR” question from each unit.Annexure .
For B.A. 1. Economics Students Elective Course I : Advertisement Management 2. Philosophy Students Elective Course I : Professional Ethics Elective Course II : Tamil Culture 5. PHILOSOPHY For Other Department Students Elective Course III : Gandihian Thought (Truth and Non-violence) Elective Course IV : Philosophy of Yoga 33 . No. Elective Course II : ftpd. Elective Course IV : rpe.Annexure IX List of inter disciplinary papers offered in the college Sl.jidapay. TAMIL For Other Department Students Elective Course III : kdpj chpikfs. ENGLISH Elective Course II : Translation Theory and Practice For Other Department Students Elective Course III : Tourism Elective Course IV : Journalism For B.Lg[wtpay. HISTORY For Other Department Students Elective Course III : Panchayat Raj with special reference to Tamil Nadu Elective Course IV : History of freedom Movement In India from 1885 to 1947AD For B. ECONOMICS Elective Course II : Tourism Economics For Other Department Students Elective Course III : Energy Economics Elective Course IV : Agricultural Economics For B.A. Tamil Students Elective Course I : ehl.A. History Students Elective Course I : Journalism Elective Course II : Human Rights 4. fiyfs. English Students Elective Course I : English Language Teaching 3. DEPARTMENT OFFERING THE ELECTIVE COURSES TITLE OF THE ELECTIVE COURSES For B.A.A.
MATHEMATICS For other Department Students Elective Course III : Programming in C for Numerical Methods Elective Course IV : Mathematical Modeling For B. Physics Students Elective Course I : Spectroscopy and Laser Physics 8.Sc. 6. Aqua Culture 2. Students Elective Course I : International Trade OR Co-operation Theory Elective Course II : Labour Law OR 6.Sc.Sc. ZOOLOGY 4. Chemistry Students Elective Course I : Analytical Chemistry 9. CHEMISTRY Elective Course II : Polymer Chemistry For other Department Students Elective Course III : Agricultural Chemistry Elective Course IV : Industrial Chemistry For B. Zoology Students Elective I (Any one) 1. 5. COMMERCE Management of Small Business For Other Department Students Elective Course III : Advertising Management OR OR Accounting Practices Marketing Practices Elective Course IV : Import & Export Procedure For B. BOTANY Elective Course II : Biostatistics and Computer Application in Botany For other Department Students Elective Course III : Medical Botany Elective Course IV : Bio-fertilizers & Bio-pesticides For B.Sc. Ornamental Fish Culture 3. Poultry Science Elective II (Any one) 11. PHYSICS Elective Course II : Integrated Electronics For other Department Students Elective Course III : Energy Physics Elective Course IV : Molecular Biophysics For B.For B.COM. Botany Students Elective Course I : Biotechnology 10. Fish Processing Technology 34 . Mathematics Students Elective Course I : Operations Research Elective Course II : Astronomy 7.Sc. Vermiculture – Vermi Bio-composing Sericulture Apiculture For Other Department Students Elective III (Any one) 7.
Wild Life Biology Economic Entomology Elective IV (Any one) 10. 9. Geology Students Elective Course I : Hydrogeology and Engineering Geology 12. GEOLOGY Elective Course II : Remote Sensing GIS and Mining For other Department Students Elective Course III : Environmental Geology and Marine Geology Elective Course IV : Geo-Exploration 35 . Human Nutrition 12.Sc. Public Health Hygiene 11.8. Communicable Diseases and Management For B.
R.Latha Thiru. 3.Sundar Dr. 4.E.Pushpalatha B.Natarajan Dr.No.Saravanan Dr.S. 5.A. M.A.Ravichandran Thiru. Name Dr. 4. Name Thiru.Kumar Thiru. 1.R.Vasanthamohan Thiru.T.Harihara Krishnan Dr.D.Balamurugan Dr. 7. 8.Neelagandan Department Botany Chemistry Geology Mathematics Physics Physics Physics Tamil Teachers who participated in Refresher Course S. 10.T.P. 9. 5.Ravichandran L. 6. 6.S.V.Elanthirayan Dr. 2.K.Pari Department English Commerce Mathematics Physics Physics Physics Tamil Chemistry Chemistry Physics 36 . 1.S.V.Shanmuganandham Thiru.Kumarasen Dr. 2.Ramasamy Thiru. 8.M. 7.Vijayasankar Thiru.Annexure X Teachers who participated in Orientation Course S. 3.S.V.No.
D. Department Botany Chemistry Commerce English Geology Mathematics Physics Tamil Physical Education Total Total 5 9 13 2 12 5 8 36 8 98 37 .Phil. Department Economics English Tamil Philosophy Maths Chemistry Botany Geology Total Total 15 04 24 01 15 01 03 01 64 Ph.Annexure – XI Details of Research scholars M.
took part in the Republic Day Parade. Gopalakrishnan attended the Air Attachment Camp held at Air Force Station. Tiruchirapalli during Feb. Tambaram. Air Attachment Camp CWO K. CUO S. Republic Day Parade LFC Abdul Rahman.2008. R. Jamal Mohamed College. Akilandeswari and Sheela attended the National Integration Camp held at Gujarat. Jeyaprakash won the Gold Medal in Skeet Shooting. Vayusainik Camp LFC R. All India Trekking Expedition Sgt. C. The award given by Dr. Maveeran. Chennai. 2007. LFC P.Annexure XII Details of Community services offered by the College through NCC NSS and other Clubs Activities of NCC (Air Wing) For the Year 2007 – 2008 The achievements and special programmes of NCC (Air Wing) are reported here under. LFC R.A. Arjun and FC Vijayakumar attended the National Integration Camps held at Chennai & FC Sathish. Tiruchy Group. National Integration Camp FC S. G. Mohan and Sgt. Tiruchirapalli in the presence of Col Benz K Jacob. Annual Training Camp In the Combined Annual Training Camp held for 12 days during June 2007 at MNU Jeyaraj Nadar Higher Secondary School. Sundhararaman was presented The Best NCC Senior Division Air Wing ANO Award. Tiruchirapalli by the NCC Group. Sivamani attended the All India Vayusainik Camp held at Bangalore during Sept. Best Associate Ncc Officer (Ano) Award NCC Cadets who participated in RD 2008 Parade were felicitated at Jamal Mohamed College. LFC V. Sheik Mohamed. Flying Officer Dr. Saravanan and LFC S. At the function. Pandian and Sgt. Commander. Jeyaprakash.G. G.B. V. He won the Silver Medal in Control Line Speed Competition. 38 . FC S. Dhineshkumar. Sgt. Principal. the NCC (Air Wing) of our College emerged on top in various competitions. 2008 at New Delhi. Madurai. Sivaraman also attended the National Integration Camp held at Mysore. II B. Gopalakrishnan participated the All India Trekking Expedition held at Gujarat.
Commander.2007. Tiruchirapalli. Tiruchy Group. A special free camp was held on 25th July 2007 for blood grouping of 200 prospective donors. Cancer Awareness Rally A cancer awareness rally was organized by on 9th Jan. They raised slogans and distributed pamphlets.288 donors. JThe copies of the directory have been distributed to the hosptitals in and around Tiruchirapalli. Agarwal Vasans Eye Hospital. Campus Beautification A new landscaped garden has been created by NCC (Air wing) in the College premises.COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME Free Eye Check up Camp As many as 1000 students and staff of National College. Associate Editor. Elaborate preparations were made meticulously. As ready reference. Free Blood Grouping Camp Free Blood Grouping Camp was conducted at the College auditorium in collaboration with Doctors’ Diagnostic Laboratory & Blood Bank. 2008. The rally commenced from National College. Dinamalar. Head Post Office and Othakadai. Tiruchirapalli at a function held at the College. The NCC (Air Wing) of National College. Railway Junction. such a directory can save invaluable human lives. Benz K Jacob. Tiruchirapall on 18. It proceeded from the college to NCC headquarters via Aristo Hotel. The students carried Placards containing slogans for creation of awareness as well as the evils of tobacco. Five such camps were held at monthly intervals and blood grouping was done for 1. A Directory of prospective donors from among the students and staff of the College was prepared. Tiruchirapalli were benefited by the Free Eye Check Up Camp conducted by NCC (Air Wing) of National College in collaboration with Dr. The first copy was received by Col. Thillainagar. Ophthalmologists and staff of the Hospital performed the eye check up for students and staff of the College with great enthusiasm and devotion. Tiruchirapalli on 25th July 2007. Tiruchirapalli is acutely conscious of the need for Blood Donors Directory. 39 . Ramasubbhu. R. Release of Blood Donors Directory The importance of a Directory of willing blood donors cannot be explained in words. The Directory was released on 28th February 2008 by Mr.07.
. T. R..2TN BATALLION NCC ARMY WING The achievements and special programs of NCC Army wing are reported here.Sc. at Thiruchendur. B. Our 10 40 . Phy.Rajendran of III B.Sc.Sc. At Hyderabad and won First prize in Drill competition. And Sgt. Che. Inter Unit Competition at NIT Our cadets of 2TN battalion actively participated and won the Group Commander Banner for this academic year which is the greatest achievement of this year. Bot at Srinagar. Lit.C.Sc. Chandru of III B.Sc. III BA Eng. Lit. Army Attachment Camp Attended by CSUO P. National Integration camp Attended by CSUO P.Sc. Giridas of III B. Kajamalai hill was chosen for Map reading practice. The Trichy team won the over all prize in firing. Weapon handling.Sisikumar of III B.Sgt. D. Sgt.A. III B. Sgt. cadets attended in CATC at kumbakonam.. TRAINING 100% enrolment was done this year also. National Integration camp Attended by U/O C.Silambarasan III B.. Eco. Che. B. III BA Eng. Muniyappan of III B. Combined Annual Training Camp Attended by 25 SD cadets at Jamal Mohammed College. Phy at Ranchi. Sivakumar. Chemistry at New Delhi. CQMS K. Sivakumar. CAMPS Talsainik camp Attended by Cpl. His. Geo. And U/O R.A.Ayyappan.Sc.Ayyappan of III B. Map reading.Sc. Field and Battle craft. 11 SW girls attended CATC camp at Jamal Mohammed College.. in TamilNadu. Training was given in Drill. 15 SD cadets at NIT and 10 SD cadets at BHEL Higher Secondary School. Ragubathi. and 7 SW girls at BHEL Higher Secondary School. K.Sc.Muniyappan III BA His. III BA Eco. Jammu & Kashmir and won first prize in group dance. and Sgt. Marimuthu of II B. U/O N. U/O S. National Integration camp Attended by U/O C.Sakthivinayagar of III B. Jharkand.
Chennai. 41 . Trichy from the Gp. More than 200 kms was covered which included 25 villages where slogans and notice were distributed to the people.Sathanur.Sc. Cdr . Our cadets cleaned Puliyancholai picnic spot and made the place free of plastic. Result This academic year 100% result was achieved in B certificate and CSUO P.K. Pediatrics and General Medical Practitioners examined the people and Free Medicines were given to the people by efficient Pharmacists.Selladurai attended all India Trekking camp at Kerala in January 2008. 3) CUSO K. Gynecology. Best Cadets of this academic year are CSUO P. Traffic Control Awareness rally was conducted which was flagged off by Mr.Kumaraperumal attended National Integration camp at Punjab in November 2007. Dermatology.T.Sivakumar got “A” Grade. Lit.SOCIAL ACTIVITIES Free Medical Camp This year the NCC Army wing of our college conducted Free Medical Camp at K. 4) Our cadets have passed with hundred percent results in ‘C’ certificate and 98% in ‘B’ certificate. Capt.Kaliamoorthy.D. Bot. AIDS awareness rally was flagged off by Madam Chitnavis.C. and U/O R. Foot Rally Anti tobacco rally was conducted in the month of September. Cycle Rally Save Environment and Anti plastic awareness rally was conducted from National College to Puliyancholai. 2) CUSO P. 5) Lt. The rally started from National College and Completed in Main Guard Gate. Sivakumar of III BA Eng.Muthuramakrishnan attended the Basic Leadership Camp at Bihar.Shanmugam on 30th March 2007. NCC ARMD SQN 1) 2(TN) Armed Squad NCC won the Chief Minieter’s Banner. Deputy Commissioner of Police.M.Rajendran of III B. More than 800 people were benefited by this camp. The specialists in areas like ENT. Dr.Anbarasu. W/O Deputy DG.ASOKKUMAR received a certificate for the commendable contribution and service rendered in close association with NCC Group HQ. which was flagged off by our Principal. 95% result in C certificate was achieved.
Benet. Consultant Paediatrician. rendered their services of cleaning the bushes in the College campus. Jamal Mohamed College. of History Dr. II M.09.NATIONAL SERVICE SCHEME In the year 2007 and 2008 two fresh NSS Units have been started.2007 Dr.W.S.2007 in Tharagampatti. They are Unit: I Unit: II Unit: III Unit: IV Thiru.C.G Department of Social Work. National College.Gunasekar.Santha kumar. Jebakumar. Jamal Mohammed College and the spastic society of Tiruchirapalli jointly organized “An Awareness programme on Cerebral palsy” on 13. delivered a lecture on cancer and diabetes. There are four units of NSS. LSS Dept. A programme on Rural Environmental Awareness was jointly organized by N. Four NSS Programme Officers have been appointed for the units. His services were very much appreciated by Vice-Chancellor and Registrar of Bharathidasan University. LSG. Trichy and Mr. NSS Volunteers participated in the crowd control at Mookkombu during Adiperukku Festival. Unit – I Programme Officer Prof. LSS Department of Botany. of Tamil Thiru.2007 to 12.III of our college and SEED (NGO) Karur. 2007 to August 12.E.. Lecturer.Ramkumar. Dept. Mr.S.08. of Philosophy Thiru.NSS .S. Dr. Unit. participated in the “Science for Sanitation” rally sponsored by Tamil Nadu State Council for Science and Technology.D.A. participated in the Independence Day and Republic Day celebrations. Dept. extended their services at the Sri Sathiya Sai Conference held at National College at 05-08-2007.S. Jamal Mohamed College. Trichy on the occasion of Vinayakar Chathurthi.V. stream lined the large gathering of devotees at Rock fort temple. NSS Unit III conducted a three day “Village Environmental Awareness Camp” from 10. Trichy was the Chief Guest.Safeer.Ramkumar took much pain in arranging the Two Wheeler Yatra undertaken in the memory of Salt Satyagraha from Tiruchirapalli to Vedaranyam. of English NSS Unit I of our College organized NSS Programme Officers Meeting at National College on 14-07-2007. Reader in Dept.Nandagopalan. New Delhi and organized by our College and rendered their 42 . at Tharagampatty village for three days from August 10. Tiruchirapalli. NSS Unit I of National College. Director Spastic Society.V. Trichy addressed the gathering.. Volunteers of the unit besides cleaning the streets and temples of the village. 2007. planted hundreds of saplings around the Village.V.Kingsley P. Mr. He delivered a motivation speech for the students.08.Rajarathinam. conducted a free medical camp.Baranidharan. made the arrangement for the function and welcomed the gathering. Chennai and The Department of Science and Technology. LSG. Dr.Kannan of EID Parry India Ltd.S. P.
10 Volunteers have participated in one day District Level Youth Red Cross Functionaries Meet organized by Bishop Heber College. affiliated to the All- India Boy Scouts Association. Programme – Coordinator Gender Club National College has attended a workshop on Gender sensitization at kauveri College. The training was highly educative. Trichy.. and a grand success. 2007. Girl students of I B. Tamilnadu. Prof. 2. 2007. poem 43 . Kerala from 25-27th Dec. Thiru R. was the Chief Guest.A. Lecturer (SG) Department of English of our college has been nominated by the State Head Quarters. BOYS SCOUT ASSOCIATION 1. YOUTH RED CROSS SOCIETY 12 Volunteers have attended a district level workshop (Inter – Collegiate) on ‘Youth & Media’ organized by St. Trichy on 04-03-2008. drawing. on 11-02-2008 & 12-02-2008. August 2007.Com. English have participated in various cultural programmes conducted by Bharathidasan University at Kauveri College. useful. Elavarasu. Howrah. She demonstrated how teaching modules could be used to conduct weekly programme related to awareness and prevention of AIDS. Ms. attended an “Inter-State Youth Exchange and Scout Training Camp” at Vazhakkad. for Thanjavur District. Ten boy scouts from our Colllege Scouts Service (CSS). Additionally “Disaster Management” training was also imparted to the student participants by a team of reputed specialists medical practitioners of MIMS Hospital. A total of 65 Boy Scouts and Rovers led by Thiru R. The field officer. various competitions like oration. Ten Students from various classes of our college have participated in a series of workshop on gender issues at Bharathidasan University. Trichy – 2. Lecturer (SG) Department of English. ‘B’ and I B. Trichy. AIBSA. RRC – RED RIBBON CLUB The inaugural function of the Red Ribbon Club and Abstinence Club was held on 12th July.Elavarasu. Christ raj College and Andavar College. Calicut.service in NACOFEST Programme jointly organized by the Department of English and the Department of Tamil of Our college for three days. as the Assistant Public Relations Officer.Joseph’s College (Autonomous). GENDER CLUB 1. 3. 3.Elavarasu. Bharathidasan University.. 2. Kolkata on 18-19. As urnal our volunteers have donated blood for patients in and around Trichy hospitals. On Blood donation day / in the month of September. New Delhi attended the “Commissioners and Scouter’s Conference” held at Calcutta Club Sports Complex.R. All India Boys Scout Association (AIBSA).Jessaria Mary.
Trichy and Arulnithi Jambulingam delivered special lectures.m.30 a. As a follow up action expert trainers of world Community Service of Trichy imparted training to students between 8.30 p. for one month till 10. The Valedictory function was held on 19-03-2008. simple physical exercise. USSC – (UNIVERSITY STUDENT SERVICE CORP) On behalf of University Student Service Corp of National College. the second year inauguration meeting was held on 10. Zonal Secretary. Twenty students attended the rally conducted to promote HIV / AIDS awareness on WORLD AIDS DAY.Anbarasu was the chief guest and he distributed the certificates and prizes to the student members.09.m.writing and essay writing were conducted for youth. and 9.2007.10.Parasuraman. The training includes Meditation. the are of Mental Health and Kaya Kalpam.m. at the College Auditorium at 12. 2nd December 2007.2007.15 a. 44 . They find a reasonably good sale of the products during the exhibition. SHG – (SELF HELP GROUP) Various Self Help Groups of the city conduct exhibition cum sale of the products produced by them once in a month in the College premises.K. The Principal Dr. More than fifty students participated in the meeting. Mr.
T.Sriram Ms.S.R.E.A.Manju Somanath Thiru.Srividya Thiru.Ramar Dr.Renganayaki Thiru.N.Annexure – XIII List of staff members newly appointed 1.K. 9. 10.Renuga Thiru.Srikanth Thiru. 5.S. 6.S.Sundaravel Thiru. 22. 7.Shanthi Devi Ms. 17 18. 12. 11.B. 8.Muruganantham Thiru. 15.Kanna N.Sharmila Ms.Selvaraj Thiru.S.S.J.Vinoth kumar Ms. 7.N.K. 3.V.S.Jayalakshmi Ms. 6.Venkatesan R.S.V. 3.Ramadoss Botany Botany Chemistry Chemistry Commerce Economics English English English Geology Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Physics Physics Physics Physics Physics Tamil Tamil Tamil Tamil List of Guest Lecturers 1.P. 19. 4.Bhuvneswari Dr.Iyyanar Ms.Ravi Kumar English Tamil Economics Economics Physics Chemistry Tamil Philosophy 45 .T.Sivakamasundari M. 16. Thiru.Muruganandham Dr. 4. 21.Sri Ramanchandran Ms. 5. 8.Geethapriya Dr. Dr. 13.Arun Prabhu Dr.M.A.Sudhakar Dr.V.M.S.A.Raja Thiru.Anand Thiru. 14.S. 20. 2.Kala Dr. 2.K.Krishnan Thiru.
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15 a.m.XV HEALTH SERVICES CONDUCTED IN THE COLLEGE Free Medical Camp This year the NCC Army wing of our college conducted Free Medical Camp at K. He congratulated the students for taking the initiative and a war on the Cancer menace. R. Dr.2007. Cycle Rally Save Environment and Anti plastic awareness rally was conducted from National College to Puliyancholai. More than fifty students participated in the meeting. Mr.10. Principal.K.m.2007. Raghunathan.Sathanur. Sri K. True to our Secretary’s Word. Cancer Awareness Rally A cancer awareness rally was organized by on 9th Jan.Annexure . Our cadets cleaned Puliyancholai picnic spot and made the place free of plastic. Secretary and Correspondent of the College noted that the College would bring out a Catalogue of blood groups of the students. Trichy and Arulnithi Jambulingam delivered special lectures.30 p. Free Blood Grouping Camp Free Blood Grouping Camp was conducted at the College auditorium in collaboration with Doctors’ Diagnostic Laboratory & Blood Bank. Principal of the college. Dermatology. the second year inauguration meeting was held on 10.09. The rally was led by Flying Officer Dr. Was covered which included 25 villages where slogans and notice were distributed to the people. This was appreciated by Panchayat President Mr.Sundhararman.30 a.Anbarasu. and 09. Dr. Tiruchirapalli on 25th July 2007. More than 800 people were benefited by this camp. It proceeded from the 69 . The training includes medidation. The Directory would give a fillip to the blood donation activity of the college students and help hundreds of needy patients. As a follow up action expert trainers of world community serive of Trichy imparted training to students between 8. The rally commenced from National College.m. of the College inaugurated the camp. He highlighted that it is advisable to a significant extent by avoiding tobacco in any form. explained the unbearable agony and plight caused by the dreadful disease. More than 200 kms. Natesan. Pediatrics and General Medical Practitioners examined the people and Free Medicines were given to the people by efficient Pharmacists. Anbarasu. Zonal Secretary.Parameshwaran. our Unit has brought the Blood Donors’ Directory to-day. for one month. 2008. Gynecology. USSC – (University Student Service Corp) On behalf of University Student Service Corp of National College. at the College Auditorium at 12. simple physical exercise. The specialists in areas like ENT. till 10. He flagged off the rally. the art of Mental Health and Kaya Kalpam.
K.2007. Ophthalmologists and staff of the Hospital performed the eye check up for students and staff of the College with great enthusiasm and devotion. Dr. National College presided the Camp. Sarubala R. Smt. Principal. Thondiman. Anbarasu. Tiruchirapall on 18. worshipful Mayor of Tiruchirapalli Corporation inaugurated the camp. Head Post Office and Othakadai. S. Agarwal Vasans Eye Hospital. Free Eye Check up Camp As many as 1000 students and staff of National College. 70 . The students carried Placards containing slogans for creation of awareness as well as the evils of tobacco. Railway Junction.college to NCC headquarters via Aristo Hotel.07.Sridhar. The students and staff of the College showered accolades on the team from the Hospital led by Mr. Thillainagar. Tiruchirapalli were benefited by the Free Eye Check Up Camp conducted by NCC (Air Wing) of National College in collaboration with Dr. They raised slogans and distributed pamphlets.
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