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«PART B 1. Activities reflecting the goals and objectives of the institution: In pursuit of the Vision and Mission of the institution, this year also ...»

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PART B

1. Activities reflecting the goals and objectives of the institution:

In pursuit of the Vision and Mission of the institution, this year also we have enrolled

majority of the students from the surrounding rural areas.

Many extension activities were undertaken to fulfill the goals and objectives of the

institution.

The NSS unit of the college has initiated steps to adopt a village school at Vallikulam to

impart computer literacy to the students even at the primary and middle school levels.

The Management has come forward to provide necessary equipments and systems for the • above initiative.

The Women Empowerment Cell has launched many programmes exclusively for the girl • students. It has conducted a special seminar with the help of local doctors to highlight the importance of hygiene, especially for the rural girl students.

The microbiology department has conducted a special drive for testing the haemoglobin • levels of the girl students.

Girl students with low level of hemoglobin were identified and advised for rectification.

• The Personality Development Cell has taken special care to improve the skills of the rural • girl students, while attending interviews and other placement related activities.

To hone the personality skills, communicative ability and also to avoid fear of attending • interviews, not less than a dozen training sessions were conducted. Many girl students evinced keen interest in all the programmes.

The differently abled students were specially taken care of. They were provided with • special vehicles for transportation, under Govt. schemes.

Physiotherapy training were given to the differently abled students under the supervision • of local physiotherapist.

The Placement Cell is functioning in full vigour for finding suitable jobs to our students.

• As many as 380 students of the final year (both U.G and P.G) got placement offers from • many national and multinational companies.

The cell is providing intensive training to the students to improve their employability.

• The entire activities of the Placement Cell are funded by the management and it is given • to the students absolutely at free of cost.

Many blood donation camps were conducted during this year. Last year alone our • students have donated more than 515 units to the needy patients.

Indeed, our institution is ranked number one in this life saving gesture and also received • trophy from the Indian Medical Association.

2. New academic programmes initiated (UG and PG):

B.Sc., Mathematics with C.A., A three year job oriented UG degree course in Mathematics with Computer Application has been introduced in the Department of Mathematics to impart high-end knowledge in Computer Application with Mathematics. Students will be getting their placements soon after getting their degrees because this course is a combination of two disciplines Mathematics and Computer Science, a theory and its application through latest technology.

The idea of launching a course like this would fulfil the thirst for knowledge of students who hail from rural background.

M.Phil Business Administration A one year Pre-research programme has been offered by the Department of Management Studies with a view to provide ample opportunities for the students.

Career Oriented Add on Course on Renewable Energy Renewable energy is the energy produced from natural resources such as sunlight, wind, rain, tides, and geothermal heat, which are renewable (naturally replenished). All forms of energy are expensive, but as time progresses, renewable energy generally gets cheaper.

India is blessed with abundant energy sources. The Department of Physics offers this program to students with an idea of creating awareness as well as training to make use of renewable energy sources. The programme is funded by the University Grants Commission, New Delhi.

Certificate Course on Digital Photography and Photoshop With the support of the Faculty of Physics, a “Certificate Course on Digital Photography and Photoshop” is introduced to students at both Post Graduate and Under Graduate levels. Students can do this certificate course along with their regular courses, so that they can enrich their skills in photography. This skill based course is a career oriented one.

Certificate Course on “Communicative English” for the public Learning English becomes inevitable as the skill in the language is a pre-requisite for job opportunities for the student community as they can easily communicate to others their wishes and aspirations. With the fluency in the language, they can exchange their ideas with their family members and successors to groom the habit of speaking in English and they can reach any type of destination in the world and communicate with them.

3. Innovations in curricular design and transaction:

A. Membership in Board of Studies:

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20. Dr.E.Narayanan Nadar Economics UG (BA Eco) DA College, Aruppukottai

21. Dr.E.Narayanan Nadar Economics UG (BA Eco) GTN College,Dindigul

22. Dr.E.Narayanan Nadar Economics UG (BA Eco) ANJA College,Sivakasi

23. Dr.E.Narayanan Nadar Economics UG (BA Eco) M.K.University,Madurai

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32. Dr.T.Baskaran Chemistry M.Sc.Chemistry M.K.University, Madurai

33. Dr.N.Raman Chemistry M.Sc.Chemistry NMSSVN College,

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36. Dr.M.Jayabalan Botany B.Sc.Botany M.K.University,Madurai

37. Dr.K.Rajarathinam Botany B.Sc.Botany M.K.University,Madurai

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52. Dr.T.Kathirvalavakumar Comp.science B.Sc.,M.Sc., Yadava college,Madurai

53. Dr.T.Kathirvalavakumar Comp.science B.Sc.,M.Sc., Meenakshi college, Madurai

54. Dr.T.Kathirvalavakumar Comp.science B.Sc.,M.Sc., D.A.College,Aruppukottai

55. Dr.T.Kathirvalavakumar Comp.science M.Phil M.K.University,Madurai

56. Dr.T.Kathirvalavakumar Comp.science B.Sc.,M.Sc., Thiagarajar college, Madurai

57. Dr.T.Kathirvalavakumar Comp.science B.Sc.,M.Sc., SVN College, Madurai

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71. C.Greety Sunitha Biochemistry B.Sc.Biochemistry The Americal college,Madurai

72. M.Sheela Devi Biochemistry B.Sc.Biochemistry M.K.University, Madurai

73. S.Venkatesan Microbiology B.Sc. Microbiology VVV College for women,

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B. Membership in Academic Council:

Dr.P.Jegadeesan, Associate Professor in Zoology, M.K.University,Madurai

C) Membership in Senate Council Mr.P.Mutharasu, Lecturer S.G. in Mathametics

D) Membership in Syndicate Dr.T.Chandraguru, Reader in Zoology, M.K.University,Madurai

4. Inter-disciplinary programmes started:

Nil

5. Examination reforms implemented:

A question bank in the library for the use of students and staff is placed and this can be utilized by them. Questions can be noted and worked out at home. This can not be borrowed as it is meant for reference.

Periodic tests were conducted to assess the growth of learning standards among students.

Concerned departments are entrusted with the responsibility to conduct examinations on a particular date. The marks with the attendance of the students were sent to the parents. This year PG students also wrote the exam on the same date.

6. Candidates qualified: NET/SLET/GATE etc.

1. Mr.D.Srikanth, M.Sc., Qualified GATE 2009

2. Mr.J.Mohan Raj, M.Sc., Qualified GATE 2009.

3. Mr.S.Ganesh Babu, M.Sc., Qualified GATE 2009.

4. Mr.Kaleeswaran, M.Sc., Qualified CSIR (NET) – Paper I and waiting for the paper II results – December 2009.

7. Initiative towards faculty development programme:

List of faculty members who attended Orientation/Refresher Course

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11. R.Suriya Prakash Participated in the International Conference on 'Research 15.03.10 Narayanan Mehtods in Literature & Language' organised by Research centre in English, VHNSN College,Virudhunagar

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30. R.Suriya Prakash Participated in the workshop on 'Fluency Eye Opener' held at 31.01.10 Narayanan Syed Hameedia Arts & Science College, Kilakarai

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40. R.Anandham Participated in the conference on The Problems of Teaching 02.01.10 English organised by Madura College, Madurai

41. Dr.J.Samuel Participated in the one day workshop on Academic Writing 14.12.09 Kirubahar for Researchers held at VHNSN College Virudhunagar

42. Dr.A.Kalidass Participated in the one day workshop on Academic Writing 14.12.09 for Researchers held at VHNSN College Virudhunagar

43. R.Priya Kumar Participated in the one day workshop on Academic Writing 14.12.09 for Researchers held at VHNSN College Virudhunagar

44. B.Rajkumar Participated in the one day workshop on Academic Writing 14.12.09 for Researchers held at VHNSN College Virudhunagar

45. V.Jeyasanthi Participated in the one day workshop on Academic Writing 14.12.09 for Researchers held at VHNSN College Virudhunagar

46. R.Anandham Participated in the one day workshop on Academic Writing 14.12.09 for Researchers held at VHNSN College Virudhunagar

47. M.Meena Devi Participated in the one day workshop on Academic Writing 14.12.09 for Researchers held at VHNSN College Virudhunagar

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52. R.Suriya Prakash Participated in the one day workshop on Academic Writing 14.12.09 Narayanan for Researchers held at VHNSN College Virudhunagar

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58. Dr.J.Samuel Presented a paper entitled "Rasanubava in Girish Karnad's 02.12.09 Kirubahar Hayavadhana: A Critical Reorientation" in the UGC to sponsored seminar held at St.Cyril's College, Adoor Kerala, 04.12.09

59. R.Suriya Prakash Presented a paper entitled "Rasanubava in Girish Karnad's 02.12.09 Narayanan Hayavadhana: A Critical Reorientation" in the UGC to sponsored seminar held at St.Cyril's College, Adoor Kerala, 04.12.09

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24 Dr.A.A.Magesan Presented a paper entitled 'Impact of globalization on 28.01.10 Environment friendly' in the international conference held at 29.01.10 Kalasalingam University, Krishnankoil

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28 C.Celladurai Presented a paper entitled 'Drivers of Banc Assurance in India' 04.01.10 hled at Jainram Arts & Science College, Salem 29 Dr.A.A.Magesan Presented a paper entitled 'Impact of globalization on 28.01.10 Environmen friendly consumerism' in the 1st International 29.01.10 Conference hled at Kalasalingam University, Krishnankoil 30 S.Muthulakshmi Participated in the International Conference held at Annamali 29.12.09 University, Chidambaram

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12 S.C.Sivasundaram Participated in the one day workshop on Academic Writing 14.12.09 Anushan for Researchers held at VHNSN College,Virudhunagar 13 R.Ayyamperumal Participated in the one day workshop on Academic Writing 14.12.09 for Researchers held at VHNSN College,Virudhunagar 14 S.C.Sivasundaram Participated in the 2 days workshop on 'Preparation of Self- 07.12.09 Anushan Instructional Materials' held at M.K.University,Madurai 08.12.09

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19 P.Vijayavel Participated in the national level workshop on Micro-Controllers 03.07.09 and Embedded Systems held at VHNSN College,Virudhunagar 04.07.09 20 M.Karthigaieswari Participated in the national level workshop on Micro-Controllers 03.07.09 and Embedded Systems held at VHNSN College,Virudhunagar 04.07.09

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6 R.Amirtha Presented a paper entitled Strategies for Retailing Electric 19.03.10 Vehicles in India – Swot Analysis in the National seminar 20.03.10 held at Srinivasan College of Arts & Science, Perambalur 7 P.Saravanan Presented a paper entitled Strategies for Retailing Electric 19.03.10 Vehicles in India – Swot Analysis in the National seminar 20.03.10 held at Srinivasan College of Arts & Science, Perambalur 8 R.Amirtha Presented a paper on Talent Management in the National 13.03.10 seminar held at St.Joseph’s College, Trichy 9 E.V.Rigin Presented paper entitled Talent Management in the National 13.03.10 seminar held at ST.Joseph’s College, Trihcy

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19 R.Amirtha Presented an article entitled Strategies for Retailing Electic 26.02.10 Vehicles in India held at Sourashtra College, Madurai 20 P.Saravanan Presented an article entitled Strategies for Retailing Electic 26.02.10 Vehicles in India held at Sourashtra College, Madurai

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22 R.Jayanthi Presented an article entitled Strategies for Training and 26.02.10 Development held at Sourashtra College, Madurai

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10. Patents generated, if any:

Patent authors : Dr.C.Karunakaran, (PI), Associate Professor, Biomedical Research Lab, Department of Chemistry, Dr.A.Rajendran, (Co-PI) Associate Professor & Head, Biomedical Research Lab, Department of Botany, S.Rajasingh, (Co-PI), Associate Professor & Head, Biomedical Research Lab, Department of Physics, S.Rajesh, (Co-PI), Senior Research Scholar, Biomedical Research Lab.

Title : “Electrochemical Biosensor for simultaneous determination of superoxide anion radical and nitrite using Cu,ZnSOD immobilized on hybrid gold nanoparticals/carbon nanotubes in conducing polymer nanocomposite” This invention relates to electrochemical simultaneous determination of superoxide anion radical and nitrite biosensor using Cu,ZnSOD immoblizied on self-assembled cysteine monolayer on gold nanoparticles/single wall carbon nanotubes in polypyrrole nanocomposite.

The O2..

- and BI2.- levels are potential markers for cell death and several diseases viz., ischemiareperfusion injury, cancer etc.

11. New collaborative research programmes:



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