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Remedial Coaching

 Coordinator: Smt. Jeepamol . J. Palathinkal,  Asst. Prof of Mathematics remedial      

Equal Opportunity Centre

Coordinator: Ratnakumari, Asst. Prof. of Economics

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Equal Opportunity Centre functions in the college with the financial support and assistance of UGC. The Equal Opportunity Centre project aims at equip the socially and economically disadvantaged/ marginalized students to tap and access the all avenues opened up in the society. It functions as a centre of learning in guidance and counseling in both scholastic and non-scholastic domain of learning to enhance the diversity within the campus and uplift the aforementioned students in par with the main stream students.

The Programme undertakes all initiatives to sensitize the academic communities on the problem of social exclusion as well as to nourish the aspirations of the marginalized communities. The centre also shoulders the responsibility to disseminate the information related to the schemes and programmes purely intend to enrich the welfare of weaker sections of the society by grooming them and suggesting amicable solutions to the hurdles to achieve the same. In nutshell, equal opportunity centre act as a powerful agent in the harmonious development of the targeted group.

 Eligible students

 All students belong to SC/ST, Backward and marginalized groups are the direct beneficiaries of the Equal Opportunity Centre.

Entry into Service

Coordinator: Dr. N.Sreerekha, Assistant Professor of English

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 The well-being and development of the Scheduled Castes (SC), Scheduled Tribes (ST), OBC (Non-Creamy Layer) and Minorities are important indicators of the strength and success of a democratic society. Specific provisions have been made in the Constitution of India to improve the status of these groups, socially and educationally, so that they can take their rightful place in society. In order to prepare students belonging to SC / ST/OBC (Non-Creamy Layer) and Minority communities to get gainful employment in Central and other services mentioned above, the College is organising  Coaching Classes for entry into services for SC/ST / OBC (Non Creamy Layer) & Minoritieswith the financial assistance from the University Grants Commission.

 The basic objective of the coaching programme is to thoroughly prepare students belonging to SC / ST/ OBC (Non-Creamy Layer) and Minority communities to get placements in Central services, State services or equivalent positions in the private sector. The coaching under the scheme is oriented for particular examinations conducted for selection to services, such as the IAS, State Public Services, Bank recruitment, etc. The classes are conducted, taking into consideration the specific requirements of a particular competitive examination.

 Under this scheme, groups of 25 students [most eligible candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC (Non Creamy Layer) and Minorities] are selected from within the college as well as outside for intensive training under this programme. Experts in the field of teaching and training are arranged as faculties for the smooth conduct of the programme. Faculties from different branches of knowledge such as History, Geography, English, Mathematics, Indian Constitution, Current Affairs, Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, Business, Economics, etc. teach various disciplines. Personality development classes and Motivation classes are also organised to keep the tempo of the programme.  Classes are mainly conducted at weekends and holidays as per well defined schedule. Necessary study materials are supplied to students in classes followed by regular evaluation. The participation of the candidate enrolled in the programme is encouraging and many of the participants get placements in government and private sector.

NET, SET Coaching

 Coordinator: Dr. SajiKumar K.B,  Asst. Prof. of Commerce

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The centre is working with financial assistance of the University Grants Commission envisioned with equipping and preparing students who belong to Scheduled Castes & Scheduled Tribes, Backward and Minority Communities to appear and qualify the National Eligibility Test (NET) for the selection of lecturers and JRF. At Panampilly, the Centre has organized rigorous crash training programmes to that effect with special emphasis on the papers I and II of the UGC Examination by mobilizing experienced faculties from within the university and outside. Three batches with 50 to 75 students each have been trained with flying colours. Four students of the centre have qualified NET and one SC student has qualified JRF in the previous examinations. 75 students from various subjects offered by the college have been enrolled for NET Examination June 2013. So far 16 classes on General paper and 10 classes on concerned subjects have been conducted.  

Career Guidance & Placement Cell

Coordinator: Prof. Ullas, Assistant Professor of Economics

Member :  Shaju Mathew,  Asst. Prof of  Dept. of Commerce

                  Smt. Asha Carol Antony,  Asst. Prof of  Dept. of Politics

                  Prof. Naseer Ponnarath Kunnummal  Dept. of Political Science

                 Prof Albert Antony  Dept. of Maths

                  Prof. MOTTY JOSEPH  Dept. of Commerce

                Sajeevkrishnan M.A , Asst. Prof of Computer Science

career Career Guidance provides guidance to people facing a variety of career challenges. These challenges include dealing with redundancy, seeking a new job, changing careers, returning to work after a career break, building new skills, personal and professional development, going for promotion, and setting up a business. Choosing a career is important in the changing world. Career opportunities are also globalised since 1991 onwards. In the present scenario choosing a career is a difficult task before the UG and PG students. They have different potentials, qualities, qualification, skill, attitude, aptitude, but they can’t convert it to best career selection.  Here CGC plays an important role in helping the students to choose a best career. Career guides usually take the approach of combining coaching, mentoring, advising and consulting in their work, without being limited to any one of these disciplines At Panampilly College, the career guide helps students gain control of their career and, to some extent, their life. Aims and objectives of CGC
  • Help parents to plan their children career through proper guidance from professionals
  • To update parents and students with currents trends
  • Importance of proper planning in education to get the maximum benefit
  • Help students to brighten there future.
  • Guide them to what after UG and PG
  • Help them to select the Add-on course for career choice
  • Help them to choose their professional career
Monthly career guidance seminar on
  • Develop a positive attitude and aptitude
  • Skill development training in the competitive examinations
  • How to prepare resumes
  • How to improve communication & personality development skills
  • How to prepare for an interview and conduct the mock interview
  • What they see in interview and group discussion.
  • What they need to do during their graduation or post graduation
  • How to get in to their field of interest
  • Where they can find opportunities for research work /internships/projects
  • What are the different modes of recruitment in different companies
  • How to prepare for aptitude & technical tests
  • Teach them the effective ways of studies
  • Help them to prepare for competitive exams
  • Teach them how to improve communication and soft skills
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