ACADEMIC YEAR 2018-19

We have made different committees at our college level which do the following jobs:-

 Admission
 To maintain discipline.
 To insure regular classes.
 To help students in library.
 To collect regular feedback from the students.
 To encourage students in sports/games.
 To conduct examination.
 To guide them during their placement.
 To sort out problems of women and
 To make correspondence and cooperation between alumni with college.

Various supporting institutional cells & committees are as follows:
Alumni Association – This association is formed by students who have completed the course in STPCE.

 Women & Grievance Cell – For hearing out complaint and problem of girls student/employee and redressal of same in genuine cases.
 Placement Cell : For organizing placement campaign by inviting various schools and coordinating with Alumni.
 Library advisory committee – For regular up gradation of library for effective use as learning resource centre
 First Aid Cell - To make sure of adequate first aid facility in the campus and taking charge of situation in case of accident.
 Internal Quality Assurance Cell
 Cultural Committee
 Sport Committee
 Anti Ragging cell
 Teaching Practice Monitoring Committee
 Admission Committee
 Discipline Committee
 Time Table Committee
 Research Development Committee
 Health and Hygiene Committee
 College Magazine Committee


Women Cell
Why do people need to be identified as men or women? Why can’t people just be people and their gender being like the color of their hair? When people change their hair from black to blond, should it bear is an identity crisis for them?

A bitter fact of society is gender discrimination. Sex is a physical difference, but gender is a socio-psychological difference which is an outcome of identity crisis of women in Indian society. Though the right to free and compulsory education without discrimination and quality has been reaffirmed in all major National and International human rights conventions, the age-old traditional practices and social conditioning has cornered the position of women, compelling them to be considered as secondary citizens.

Women Education is a catch-word along with a couple of issues and debates surrounding in social fabric. It encompasses areas like gender equality access to education, alleviation of poverty and secular education. Considering the importance of women education, St Paul’s College Of Education, a pioneer in Teacher training college has organized lectures, discourses, on various issues of women from time to time to orient future teachers.

 

Women’s Cell 2018-19

Sl No

Name

Designation

01

Prof K R Jayadevappa

Patron

02

Smt Pramila B E

Staff In Charge/Co-Ordinator

03

Supriya C V

Student Representative

04

Veena K

Member

05

Nasreen Taja

Member


Contact number: 08023588822
Staff In Charge/Co-Ordinator Contact number: 9535177379
Email: info@palieducationsociety.org
Staff In-Charge/Co-ordinator Principal


 

COLLEGE DISCIPLINARY COMMITTEE 2018-2019

College Disciplinary Committee is being formed comprising the following Staff Members:

SL NO

NAME

DESSIGNATION

01

Prof K R Jayadevappa

Patron

02

Sri Vijay Mareppanavar

Staff In Charge/Co-ordinator

03

Divyashrre K

Student-Representative

04

Sunitha Koramar

Student-Representative

05

Bharath G

Student-Representative


ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE COMMITTEE

 To maintain & enforce strict discipline in the college campus.
 To enforce strict dress code among students.
 To Monitor the movement of the students in the College and prevent students loitering around in the verandas during the College working hours.
 To ensure that all the students attend classes without bunking & prevent the Students leaving the College early.
 To ensure that students maintain utmost silence in the Library.
 To assist the college anti-ragging committee in preventing ragging in the College.
 Students should get prior permission from the concerned optional teacher before taking leave and the leave form should be submitted to the Principal with the signature of the optional teacher.
 Use of mobile phone is banned in the College campus.
 No late coming and early leaving is permitted, in case of being late due to unforeseen reasons, the students shall avail permission from the Disciplinary Committee Chairman.
 Free hours should be utilized in the library or in the works assigned.
 No student other than the inmates of the men’s hostel/women’s hostel is permitted to enter the hostel.
 Students are expected to be in their respective classes at the ring of the first bell itself.
 Students can put their grievances in writing in the Grievance Redressal Box placed in the Work Experience Room.
 

Time Table Committee 2018-2019
A Time Table Committee is formed at St Paul’s College of Education for preparing and monitoring the allocation of class hours and well structured academic programme. So that all subjects gain their due shares for academic activities. In times of need such as university examination for some semester, special time table and academic calendar is also prepared by this committee after consulting the faculty for the same. The following members belongs to the present time table Committee at St Paul’s College of Education
 

TIME TABLE COMMITTEE 2018-19

Name

Designation

Prof K R Jayadevappa

PATRON

DR. RUPA N T

Staff In charge

NALINI R

Student Representative

PRUTHVIKA B

Member

SHIVARAJU N

Member

SHREEJA MONE

Member


LIBRARY ADVISORY COMMITTEE
The Library is the hub and centre of the intellectual and literary life of the College. All through the years the College has been striving to equip and strengthen the library with books, journals, Magazines and other resources. In order to improve the library service to the teachers and students community of the College.

FUNCTIONS OF LIBRARY ADVISORY COMMITTEE:

1. To conduct periodic monitoring on the functioning of the College Library.
2. To provide suggestions relating to purchase of books, subscription of journals and digitization of the library.
3. To advice the librarian in matters related to installation of the latest software for cataloging, issuing and receiving of books.
4. To advice the librarian to work out the modalities for maintenance of the available resources in the library.

LIBRARY ADVISORY COMMITTEE 2018-19

The Library Advisory Committee was set up with the following members:

Sl No

Name

Designation

01

PROF K R JAYADEVAPPA

PATRON

02

SRI VIJAY MAREPPANAVAR

STAFF IN CHARGE

03

SRI HALESHA G K

CO-ORDINATOR

04

DIVYASHREE K

STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE

05

SHINDU S

MEMBER

06

PRASHANTHKUMAR D N

MEMBER

07

SOWMYASHREE S

MEMBER


CULTURAL COMMITTEE 2018-19


We are pleased to announce the CULTURAL COMMITTEE of B.Ed. course for the academic year 2018-19
Patron : Dr.K R Jayadevappa
Coordinator : Vijay Mareppanavar
Student Representative : Chethana J
Members : 1. SHRUTHI C
2. NIKHILA M R
3. REKHA R
4. CHANDRAPPA T
5. HARISH R

 

Objectives:

To enhance co-operation and team work among the student –teachers.
To give opportunity to exhibit their individual talents.
To give an exposure to holistic development.
 

Sports committee 2018-19
We are pleased to announce the Sports committee of B.Ed. course for the academic year 2018-19
Patron: PROF K R JAYADEVAPPA
Coordinator: SRI HALESHA G K
Student Representative: SHAKILA V
Members: 1.Madhuri
2.Shivasharan M
3.Bharath G
4.Lokesha G
5.Sushma N


Objectives:

To enhance co-operation and team work among the student –teachers.
To give opportunity to exhibit their individual talents.
To give an exposure to holistic development.

 

Research Committee 2018-19
Since its inception College has conducting a number of Action Research in different areas relating to classroom problems. Since last year the College felt the need of encouraging teachers to undertake other forms of research in the field of Education.

In the light of the above, the Research Committee was set up 2015. The members of the Committee comprises of the following:

 

Sl no

Name

Designation

01

Prof K R Jayadevappa

Patron

02

Dr. Rupa N T

Member

03

Sujitjh N S

Student -Member


Objective:
To promote and encourage research work

Functions:

1. To identify and undertake research work in the field of education and teacher education.
2. To identify areas pertaining to classroom problems and to conduct action research
3. To encourage teachers to publish papers.
4. To encourage teachers and student teacher to present papers in seminars, symposiums, conferences, etc..

 

ANTI RAGGING COMMITTEE 2018-19

SL NO

NAMES

DESIGNATION

CONTACT DETAILS

01

Prof K R Jayadevappa

Patron

9448427285

krjaydev@yahoo.co.in

02

Sri Vijay Mareppanavar

Staff-Incharge

9035116429
vijaymareppanavar@yahoo.com

03

Nikhila M R

Student Representative

04

Pushpa M B

Member

05

Chaitra M

Member

06

Vasu H

Member

07

Anusha S

Member

08

Chaithra B V

Member


College mail id- info@ palieducationsociety.org
Land Phone - 08023287415


Admission Committee 2018-19
 

SL NO

NAMES

DESIGNATION

01

Prof K R Jayadevappa

Patron

02

SMT PRAMILA B E

Staff-Incharge

03

SMT SARASWATHI H

Member

04

SRI HALESHA G K

Member

05

MOHANAKUMAR B M

Alumni Representative

06

PRATHIMA NAGARE

Student Representative


The Committee handles all matters relating to Admission.



STUDENT UNION 2018-19

 

SL NO

NAMES

DESIGNATION

01

PROF K R JAYADEVAPPA

Patron

02

SRI VIJAYA MAREPPANAVAR

Staff-Incharge

03

CHETHANA J

President

04

ANUSHA K N

Vice President

05

SUPRIYA C V

Secretary

06

SUSHMITHA M J

Treasurer

07

VATSALA V RAO

Member

08

KORAMARA SUNITHA

Member

09

SHAMEEM BEGUM M

Member



GRIEVANCES AND REDRESSAL CELL 2018-19

 

SL NO

NAMES

DESIGNATION

01

Prof K R Jayadevappa

Patron

02

Smt Pramila B E

Staff-Incharge

03

Shakila V

Student Representative

04

Anusha A

Member

05

Chandrappa T

Member

06

Shameem Begum M

Member

07

Harisha R

Member

08

Pushpa M B

Member

College mail id- info@ palieducationsociety.org
Land Phone – 08023287415


Equal Opportunity Cell 2018-19
India is a country of diversity. It is a hub of different religions, castes and cultures. However, the Indian society is characterized by a highly entrenched system of social stratification. It is the social inequalities that created the barriers of denial of access to materials, cultural and educational resources to the disadvantaged groups of society. These disadvantaged groups are SCs, STs, women, OBC (non-creamy layer), minorities and physically challenged persons, HK Sts. An Equal opportunity Cell is established to promote equal opportunities for marginalized social groups, minorities, and physically challenged students at the college. The Equal Opportunity Cell functions in the college to ensure equity and equal opportunity to the community at large and bring about social inclusion,

The Objectives of the Equal Opportunity Cell:

• To promote equal opportunity through sensitization and awareness programs on policies and schemes for marginalized groups, human rights, gender issues, etc.
• To provide supplementary academic support in the form of remedial coaching, coaching for NET/SET and such other state and national level eligibility tests/competitive exams.
• To provide avenues of skill development and to enhance employability.
• To examine cases of violation of equal opportunity, if any, and expedite redressal of
• To provide orientation in public examinations and other tests which will help them receive financial support from State/Central Government.
• To ensure implementation of reservation policy with regard to admission to academic programs

 

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NAMES

DESIGNATION

01

Prof K R Jayadevappa

Patron

02

Sri Chethankumar A R

Staff-Incharge

03

Shrythi C

Student Representative

04

Haneefa Khatoon

Member

05

Lokesha

Member

06

Rabiya A

Member

07

Shivasharan M

Member

08

Kruthika

Member


PROGRAMMES ORGANIZED UNDER THE EQUAL OPPORTUNITY CELL

• Time management in Examination
• How to Avoid Stress in Examination
• Personality development Programme &Student Counselling
• Class on Legal Rights of SC/ST and Right to Information Act
• Class on Goal setting in life& Motivation
• Communication skills in English
• Class on How to face an Interview
• Health Awareness programme for female college students

 

Anti Sexual Harassment Cell 2018-19

SL NO

NAMES

DESIGNATION

01

Prof K R Jayadevappa

Patron

02

Dr.Rupa N T

Staff-Incharge

03

Supriya C V

Student Representative

04

Bharath G

Member

05

Mamatha K T

Member

06

Arpana Goel

Member

07

Rukhiya

Member

08

Veena K

Member

A N N O U N C E M E N T S
OFFICIALS

CHAIRMAN
H. S. Palaksha Murthy

Principal
Prof. K. R. JAYADEVAPPA




     

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