R SANKAR MEMORIAL SPECTRUM MULTIDISCIPLINARY SEMINAR SERIES:
A DECADE OLD ANNUAL ACADEMIC SEMINAR SERIES CONDUCTED ENMASSE BY ALL DEPARTMENTS
Spectrum Seminar Series is an academic endeavour initiated by Sree Narayana College, Chempazhanthy in 2004 to integrate multiple disciplinary perspectives with emphasis on the amalgamation of knowledge, in honour of the founder of the institution, Sri. R. Sankar, former Chief Minister of Kerala, a noted statesman, academician, orator and educational reformer. Every year, the seminar series is inaugurated on the commemoration day of this great visionary. Faculty from all departments are included in the Committees constituted for the efficient conduct of the seminar series. A committee consisting of students is also formed to ensure their complete participation in the seminar and also to motivate them in organisational roles. Every Department choose the best resource person in their prescribed domains.
The inaugural ceremony is graced by the presence of eminent academicians and scholars. The sessions are chaired by heads of the departments followed by an interaction of participants with the resource person, which helps them to clarify their doubts regarding the topic. Students are encouraged to express their research interests and findings through paper presentations conducted during each seminar. The seminar concludes with a valedictory ceremony, attended by distinguished guests, members of the management, students and staff.
The Seminar series thus materialises the vision of empowerment through knowledge by our guiding light and patron Sree Narayana Guru and equip the students with the most advanced knowledge and diverse perspectives in multiple disciplines. The academic duty of the institution as a centre for creation and dissemination of knowledge is thus disseminated through the Spectrum series.
Organic Farming: A flagship project undertaken by the National Service Scheme of Sree Narayana College, Chempazhanthy, to propagate the importance of sustainable living among students and the neighbouring community.
Organic Farming Practice was a labour-intensive project, started in the academic year 2016-17 in collaboration with the Department of Agriculture, Government of Kerala. The projectaims to inculcate the value of sustainable agricultural practices in students.
In 2016-17, the team comprising of students and teachers cultivated one and a half acres of land in the college. More than eight types of crops were cultivated, and the produce was sold to the staff and students of the college. The harvest was inaugurated by Sri Kadakampally Surendran, the hon. minister for Electricity, Government of Kerala.The project was further named ‘Ente Krishividyalayam’ in 2017-18 as an extension of the previous year’s farming project with an increase in the cultivated land to 4 acres. Some of the agricultural produce was distributed at the nearby adopted village and at the organic vegetable stall ‘Krishippura’ at Karyavattom, Thiruvananthapuram. The institution received the District Level Award for the ‘Best Public Institution’from Kerala Agricultural Development Corporation.The institution also bagged Second Prize for ‘Best Organic Farming in an Educational Institution’ from Sarojini Damodar Foundation.
College also experimented on Drip Irrigation, with the technical and advisory support of the Chellamangalam Agricultural Office, Thiruvananthapuram. The project was inaugurated by Sri. K. Sreekumar, Hon. Mayor, Corporation of Thiruvananthapuram. Around 10 types of crops were cultivated in 5 acres of land.The drip irrigation project brought in enviable results in the form of increased productivity, less manual labour, technical perfection in sapling plantation and less water consumption. Thus, the duty of Higher Education Institutions to integrate environmental promotional activities in education is served through Organic Farming Practice.
Annual Quality Assurance Report For The Period 2017-18
Annual Quality Assurance Report For The Period 2016-17
Academic Performance Indicators-API
Annual Self-Assessment for the Performance Based Appraisal System (PBAS): DOC | PDF
Academic Performance Indicator(API) Dated 04.11.2015: PDF
Academic Performance Indicator(API) Dated 18.11.2015: PDF
NAAC - Affiliated College Manual, 31 jul 2017
Annual Quality Assurance Report For The Period 2015-16
'Congratulations to Dr.Swapna Gopinath, Associate Professor, Department of English, for securing UGC Research Award in 2015 for completing Post Doctoral Research during 2016-18.'
an orientation programme by Dr.R.Selvam,
Former Dean of Sciences & Former HOD of Zoology, Bishop Herber College (Autonomous), Trichy & External Academic Auditor.
Organised by the Internal Quality Assurance Cell, Sree Narayana College, Chempazhanthy.
Internal Quality Assurance (IQAC)Sree Narayana College Chempazhanthy
Orientation Class on Best Practices in Quality Higher Education
by Dr. Gabriel Simon Thattil
(Former Director, IQAC, University of Kerala)
on 28.10.2015 at seminar hall
Enhancing Employability of Students of Sree Narayana College Chempazhanthy
A motivation class by
Dr. N.R. Unnikrishna Kartha Ph.D, MBA,, M.Sc (Engg)
(Faculty Consultant & Teacher in HRM & TQM)
On 26.10.2015 Monday
Organized by International Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC)
in Association with Career Guidance Cell
University Grants Commission GUIDELINES FOR ORGANISING CONFERENCES, WORKSHOPS, SEMINARS IN COLLEGES DURING TWELTH PLAN (2012-2017)
University Grants Commission Research Project for Teachers
XII Plan guidelines (2012-2017)
University Grants Commission Minor Research Project for Teachers
XII Plan guidelines (2012-2017)