CAUSSANEL COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE

(Run by Congregation of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart of Jesus)
Affiliated to Alagappa University
Accredited with 'A' Grade by NAAC
Recognized by UGC under 2(f) 12 (B) 
Angelo Nagar, Muthupettai
Ramanathapuram Dist - 623 523
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JOB DESCRIPTION FOR HOD’S

 

1.       HOD is responsible for all the activities associated with their department.

2.       HOD should conduct department meeting atleast once in a weak.

3.       HOD should take the responsibility for work allotment.

4.       Inter Class adjustment should be done by HOD by consulting Principal.

5.       HOD must be informed while their wards go outside the college campus for attending   seminar, sports activity, placement  programme etc. accompanied  by any lecturer. Also in turn, the concerned lecturer should submit the out coming result of above said  to the concerned HOD.

6.       After getting approval from the Principal only, HOD should conduct PTA meeting for their department.

7.       HOD should be given only two subjects so that they could perform the above said activities in time and also they could work for the welfare of the department’s  growth.

8.       Students’ leave letter for a day should be signed by the HOD.

 

JOB DESCRIPTION FOR CLASS INCHARGES

 

1.                 Class incharge is most responsible for all activities associated with the class assigned.

 

2.                 Class incharge should submit the consolidated mark register to HOD and in turn HOD should submit it to the Principal.

 

3.                 Absentees list should be prepared by the class incharge and it should be handed over to the concerned HODs.

 

4.                 While conducting PTA meeting, class in charge should assist HOD in order to conduct the same very properly.

 

5.                 Class incharge is responsible for maintaining profiles of their wards.

 

 

LEAVE POLICY

 

1.                 A staff can avail leave only for 12 days per annum

 

2.                 A staff shall take leave on submitting the leave form.

 

3.                 Leave application should be first recommended by HOD then approved by the Principal and finally it should be approved by the secretary.

 

4.                 The concerned staff is responsible for the class adjustments and substitutions by getting assistance from HOD.

 

5.                 Emergency leave must be informed to the Principal through HOD and a official leave form should be submitted on the following day.

 

6.                 Maternity leave can be availed only by the staff who have completed two years of  service in the same college.

 

7.                 One day leave and permission to the staff can be granted by the Principal and Long leave (more than 2 days) can be taken only after consulting Principal and Secretary.

 

 

SEMINAR POLICY

 

Ø    Programme may be a workshop/symposium/inter department seminar/inter collegiate seminar/state level seminar/national level seminar.

Ø    Programme may be conducted by the department in the month of August in odd semester and in the month of February in even semester.

Ø    Resource person should be academicians/industrialists and must not be a politician.

Ø    Our college faculty may be a Resource person if he/she has sound knowledge in the respective areas or specialisation.

Ø    Certificates should be provided to the resource person as well as programme organizers.

Ø    Participation certificates may be provided to the students. (if necessary)

Ø    Date of the seminars have to be finalised by the principal before 10 working days.

 

 

 

Ø    Every department should have the following committees like funds managing committee, function arrangement committee, printing and stationery committee and refreshment committee.

Ø    After the completion of the seminar, the head of the department have to submit the overall report to the principal and secretary within 7 working days. HOD is full responsible for the seminar.

Ø    Programme organizer may be one of the faculties from the respective departments.

Ø    If there is insufficient faculty members in their department then, any of the faculty from other department can engage in any committee with the knowledge of the principal.

Ø    All the faculties in the department must be a member in any one of the committee.

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE COMMITTEE MEMBERS

FUNDS MANAGING COMMITTEE

Ø    There should be three members including one faculty and a maximum of two students (i.e.) one student from final year and one student from second year in their respective department.

Ø    One of the faculty should be incharge of account keeping

Ø    They have to raise and manage the funds in an effective and efficient way.

Ø    They have to utilize the funds in a proper manner.

Ø    They have to maintain books of accounts and also bills, receipts and vouchers.

Ø    After the completion of the programme they have to submit the reports to HOD within three working days and the same is given to the principal and secretary within seven working days.

FUNCTION ARRANGEMENT COMMITTEE

Ø    There should be a HOD, one of a faculty and a maximum of 10 students in all the three years in their respective department.

Ø    They have to identify and arrange the resource person.

Ø    They have to decorate the stage, arrange the seats in the programme venue and also arrange lights, sounds, projectors etc.

Ø    After the completion of the programme they have to submit the reports to HOD within three working days.

PRINTING AND STATIONERY COMMITTEE

Ø    There should be a HOD, one of a faculty and a maximum of two students (i.e.) one student from final year and one student from second year in their respective department.

Ø    They have to prepare and distribute the invitation.

Ø    They have to prepare agenda and minutes.

Ø    They have to buy stationeries for the seminar.

Ø    After the completion of the programme they have to submit the reports to HOD within three working days.

REFRESHMENT COMMITTEE

Ø    There should be two faculties and a maximum of 10 students in all the three years in their respective department.

Ø    They have to buy, arrange and distribute refreshments.

Ø    They have to distribute stationeries.

Ø    After the completion of the programme they have to submit the reports to HOD within three working days.

 

 

PLACEMENT CELL POLICIES AND PROCEDURES

Placement Training Class

1)                Placement training classes should be conducted for the final year UG& PG students. (Interested candidates only permitted)

2)                It will be conducted for 60 hours in every semester

3)                Classes will be Conducted between 3.30 PM and 4.30PM

4)                Nominal fees have to be collected from the students to regularize them.

5)                Management may invite more companies like IT, Banking, Finance, Insurance, Consultancies and BPO’s for conducting On-campus interview in our college.

6)                Our College will invite good resource person for giving career guidance to the final years.

7)                10 faculties are needed for giving training to the students.

8)                Trainees may be encouraged with incentive.

9)                Dates of classes, time and venue should be published on the notice board well  in advance.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE COMMITTEE

(1)            Placement Training Committee

Ø    Trainers should prepare the material within one week and the same should be taken photocopies and distributed to the students.

Ø    Trainers should conduct the classes effectively and complete the syllabus within stipulated time period.

Ø    Trainers should conduct the test frequently.

Ø    Three trainers have to collect the name list of students those who are willing to attend the classes regularly.

 

(2)            Funds Managing Committee

Ø    Three faculties have to collect the funds from the students for materials and one faculty is entitled to maintain the accounts.

Ø    The funds should be utilized in a proper manner.

(3)            Organising Committee

Ø    There should be three faculties.

Ø    One of the faculties has to collect the information from newspaper or net regarding Bank exams, Railway Recruitment Board Exams and same should be published in the college notice board.

Ø    Two of the faculties have to send the mail inviting the companies to conduct the interview in our college.

(4)            Refreshment Committee

Ø    There should be two faculties and a maximum of 10 students in all the three years in their respective department.

Ø    They have to buy and distribute refreshments to the interviewers and resource persons.

 

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

Eligibility for attending the classes by the students

Ø    He/ She must have Secured 70% of marks up to 4th semester without any arrears.

Ø    He/she must write  the screening test (if the number of students is more than 50)

Ø    Only 50 students should be selected for attending the classes.

PLACEMENT TRAINING CLASS

SYLLABUS 

1.                 Aptitude Test

 

a.                 Numerical Ability: Numbers-Simplification-Averages-Problems On Ages-Percentage-Profit And Loss –Ratio And Proportions-Time And Distance-Simple Interest-Calendar And Clock

b.                 Verbal Reasoning: Blood Relationship-Alphabet Series

c.                 Non-Verbal Reasoning-Bar-Pie Chart-Graph-Line Graph-Sequence In Diagram

d.                 English- Comprehension-Synonyms-Antonyms-Application Letter

e.                 General Knowledge-Current Affairs-Computer Awareness.

 

2.                 Resume Writing: Preparations-Guidelines-Do And Don’ts- Designing

 

3.                 Group Discussion: Purpose- Preparation- Do And Don’ts-Smart Steps To Follow During The Group Discussion

 

4.                 Interviews: Preparation of Interview-Before, During and After the Interview-Self Analysis after the Interview-Telephonic Interview-Stress Interview-FAQ.

 

COMPUTER LAB POLICY

 

·        BE RESPECTFUL! Always treat the computer lab equipment AND your teacher and classmates the way that you would want your belongings and yourself to be treated. 

·        No food or drinks near the computers. NO EXCEPTIONS.

·        Enter the computer lab quietly and work quietly. There are other groups and individuals who may be using the computer lab. Please be respectful. 

·        Surf safely! Only visit assigned websites. Some web links can contain viruses or malware. Others may contain inapropriate content. If you are not certain that a website is SAFE, please ask a teacher or other adult.

·        Clean up your work area before you leave. All cords should be placed on the tables (not hanging off the sides). Headphones should be placed on the CPU/tower or monitor. Chair should be pushed under the tables. All trash, papers, and pencils should be picked up. 

·        Do not change computer settings or backgrounds. 

·        Ask permission before you print. 

·        SAVE all unfinished work to a cloud drive or jump drive. Any work that is saved to the computer will be deleted when the computer is powered off or updated at the end of the day.

·        If you are the last class of the day, please POWER DOWN all computers and monitors.

 

 

BIO CHEMISTRY LAB SAFETY RULES FOR STUDENTS

  1. Report all accidents, injuries, and breakage of glass or equipment to instructor immediately.
  2. Keep pathways clear by placing extra items (books, bags, etc.) on the shelves or under the work tables. If under the tables, make sure that these items can not be stepped on.
  3. Long hair (chin-length or longer) must be tied back to avoid catching fire.
  4. Wear sensible clothing including footwear. Loose clothing should be secured so they do not get caught in a flame or chemicals.
  5. Work quietly — know what you are doing by reading the assigned experiment before you start to work. Pay close attention to any cautions described in the laboratory exercises
  6. Do not taste or smell chemicals.
  7. Wear safety goggles to protect your eyes when heating substances, dissecting, etc.
  8. Do not attempt to change the position of glass tubing in a stopper.
  9. Never point a test tube being heated at another student or yourself. Never look into a test tube while you are heating it.
  10. Unauthorized experiments or procedures must not be attempted.
  11. Keep solids out of the sink.
  12. Leave your work station clean and in good order before leaving the laboratory.
  13. Do not lean, hang over or sit on the laboratory tables.
  14. Do not leave your assigned laboratory station without permission of the teacher.
  15. Learn the location of the fire extinguisher, eye wash station, first aid kit and safety shower.
  16. Fooling around or "horse play" in the laboratory is absolutely forbidden. Students found in violation of this safety rule will be barred from participating in future labs and could result in suspension.
  17. Anyone wearing acrylic nails will not be allowed to work with matches, lighted splints, Bunsen burners, etc.
  18. Do not lift any solutions, glassware or other types of apparatus above eye level.
  19. Follow all instructions given by your teacher.
  20. Learn how to transport all materials and equipment safely.
  21. No eating or drinking in the lab at any time!

 

 

PHYSICS LABORATORY SAFETY

1.       Food and drink are not permitted during class in the lab at any time.

2.       Do not come in the lab early unless the instructor is present.

3.       Do not wear loose hair or clothing around moving equipment.

4.       Wear safety glasses during a lab experiment.

5.       Do not set equipment too close to the edge of the table.

6.       Do not activate any circuit or apparatus until the instructor inspects it.

7.       Never touch a possibly live circuit and Do not touch electrical equipment with wet hands.

8.       Only use laboratory equipment for the instructional purpose for which they were intended.

9.       Never look directly in the beam of a laser and light from a lamp used for the experiment.

10.    All trash and waste materials should be disposed of in the proper container. Do not pour chemicals into the laboratory sink.

11.    Do not short the electrical leads on any equipment.

12.    Do not take apart any apparatus or piece of equipment.

13.    All damaged equipment and chemical spills should be immediately reported to the laboratory instructor.

14.    Accidents and emergencies must be immediately reported to the laboratory instructor.

15.    Leave your lab station neat, clean and organized at the end of each lab period.

16.    Be aware that fire extinguishers are located in Rooms

 

 

LIBRARY RULES FOR STUDENTS

“Whenever you read a good book, somewhere in the world a door opens to allow in more light”- Vera Nazarian

1.     Ensure that the books are checked in at the time of issue and return.

2.     Return the book on the due date.

3.     A fine of Rs. 10 per week will be imposed after the due date.

4.     The card is not transferable if so the card will be canceled.

5.     Don’t scratch the barcode of the Book.

6.     If the card is lost, a new card will be issued after a payment of Rs. 100/-

7.     The card is valid till the completion of the course.

8.     Only notebooks, paper and a pencil or a pen may be brought inside the library along with the library books due for return.

9.     Students may borrow one book at a time on their library cards.

10.         Books are issued for a week at a time. They must be returned on the due date stamped on the date sheet. Only books for which there is no immediate demand will be reissued.

11.         Students are responsible for the books borrowed on their cards. Any damage to the books should be pointed out the time of borrowing and the signature of the librarian obtained. The loss of books or the discovery of any damage to them will have to be compensated for by the students.

12.         Books are issued and returned only during library periods and Break hours.

13.         If a book is lost, it has to be replaced by a new one or its market price has to be paid. There is a penalty for scribbling in a library book.

14.         Students should return their library cards at the end of their course completion.

15.         Students are welcome to use the library for reference work during college hours if they come with written permission from the Principal / HOD / Subject Teacher / Class Teacher.

16.         Library books, magazines and furniture are the property of the college and must not be marked, damaged or taken out of the library without permission.

STUDENT BEHAVIOR IN THE CLASS ROOM

1.     The classroom should be a learning-centered environment.

2.     Faculty members have the authority to manage their classrooms to ensure an environment conducive to learning.

3.     Should take responsibility for their education

4.     Should attend all the classes.

5.     Should get into class on time

6.     Should not converse among themselves during the class hours

7.     Should not use mobile phones within the College campus.

8.     Should not dominate other students' opportunity to learn by asking too many questions

9.     Should respect the professors.

10.                        Should come to the class prepared.

11.                        Should not bring children to class

 

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