The Principal is the head of the college and is responsible for the internal management and administration subject to the control of the Director of Collegiate Education. In the absence of the Principal, the Vice-Principal and his/her absence the senior-most teacher of the college takes charge of the duties of the Principal. The Principal, the Vice-Principal, the College Council, the IQAC, various statutory and non-statutory committees, and the office of the college work in tandem to ensure the smooth functioning of the institution.
College Council: College Council is an advisory body to the Principal in both academic and administrative activities. It consists of the Principal, heads of all departments, three elected members among teachers, the librarian, and the office superintendent.
Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC): The Internal Quality Assurance Cell is constituted as per NAAC norms. It develops a system for conscious, consistent, and catalytic action to improve the academic and administrative performance of the institution.
Parent-Teacher Association (PTA): PTA consisting of teachers and parents foster and promote good relationships among members of the teaching staff, students, and guardians of the students and ensure a healthy academic environment in the college.
College Development Committee (CDC): CDC consisting of various stakeholders of the college, chaired by the District Collector of Palakkad, prepares all comprehensive development plans of the college regarding academic, administrative, and infrastructural growth.
In addition to the above four statutory committees, the following committees/cells work in tandem to ensure the smooth functioning of the college.
Planning and Purchase Committees: Separate committees comprising of faculty members and administrative staff are involved in the planning, implementation, audit, and purchase.
Examination Committee: External examinations are coordinated by the Examination Superintendent. A faculty member from each department coordinates the internal examination and internal marks.
Research and Project Committee: The committee monitors the research works of teachers and research scholars and encourages them to apply for various projects.
Discipline Committee: The college discipline committee takes a keen interest to maintain discipline on the campus. The committee functions to impart social and moral values to stakeholders.
In addition to these, we have an Anti-ragging Committee and an Anti-ragging Squad to deal with the menace of ragging, Women Cell and Women Anti-Harassment Cell to address the issues faced by women on the campus, Career Guidance, and Placement Cell to provide students with the resources and skills necessary to pursue their career goals and Grievance Redressal Cell to address complaints and grievances of staff and students.
Service Rules and Procedures: As a Government institution we strictly follow the service rules according to the UGC/ State Government/ University norms. The regular working hours are from 9.30 a.m-4.30 pm. The teaching and non-teaching staff of this college get benefits of GPF/ GIS/ SLI/ Gratuity and Casual/ Earned/ Medical/ Maternity/ Paternity/ Compensatory Leaves. Staff recruitment is done according to the rules and conditions of The Kerala Service Rules and the UGC norms. The HoDs, based on the existing workload (teaching hours per week) can report to the Principal in case service of an additional teaching faculty is required in the department. The Principal thereafter reports the available vacancy to the higher authorities concerned. Administrative staff promotion is based on seniority in service and other conditions stipulated by the Government of Kerala.
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