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Board of Studies (BOS)

Board of Studies (BoS) is the basic constituent of the academic system of an Institute. BoS of Dr.NGP Arts and Science College is composed of members from reputed institutions like National Institute of Technology, Indian Institute of Technology, Indian Institute of Science, and Central University.

COMPOSITION OF BOARD OF STUDIES

Chairman Head of the Department
VC Nominee One subject expert nominated by the Vice Chancellor of the parent University from list of four experts with more than 15 years of experience recommended by the Chairman of concerned BoS
Subject expert Two subject experts nominated by the Principal from the list of Six subject experts with notable academic and research experience of 18-20 years identified by the concerned BoS-Chairman.
Industry Expert One industrial expert nominated by the principal from the list of 3 eminent person from Industry /Corporate/Allied area in the related field outside Coimbatore
Meritorious Alumni One meritorious alumni nominated by the Principal from the list of three alumni (Entrepreneur/Academician/Employee of an organization) recommended by the Chairman-BoS.
Staff Member of the department Three Staff Members representing 2 senior staff and one staff with more three year of teaching experience.
Co-opted Member Chairman of the BoS of Part I and II Language, Intradepartmental Courses (UG) and Extra departmental Courses(PG) courses of the offering department.
Student representative One UG/PG Student of the department nominated by the Principal

Tenure

The term of the nominated members shall be three years.

Periodicity of BoS meetings

The BoS will meet twice in an academic year in the month of March/April and November/December

Responsibilities

  • Prepare Curriculum and syllabus of the programme and submit to the SCAA and Academic Council for approval.
  • Suggest the self study courses, Industry linked certificate progrmmes and Value added courses to be offered to the students.
  • Revise / update the contents of the syllabi from time to time and submit to the SCAA and Academic Council for approval.
  • Suggest methodologies for innovative teaching (ICT) and evaluation techniques.
  • Suggest panel of examiners to the Academic Council for End Semester Examination.

Curriculum Development Cell

Always, there are new ways to put things together in s little different way, to be more systematic or to adjust and adopt new situations. We borrowed ideas, from various sources on the concepts for Curriculum Development, progress planning, evaluation and training. This is to build the best practices from theory and practice of curriculum development, program planning, evaluation and student development.

Each step in the curriculum development process builds on the previous step to provide systematic approach. The curriculum development process systematically organizes what will be taught, who will be taught, and how it will be taught.

The curriculum development is a team process. The team makes a systematic decision on the learner’s characteristics, indented outcomes, content, methods and evaluation strategies.

The Curriculum Development Cell is functioning effectively in Dr.N.G.P.Arts and Science college under the guidance of Principal, Dean Academics and Dr.S.S.Sudha is the coordinator of the Curriculum Development Cell since from 2015.The members are as follows

CDC Roles & Responsibilities

  • Identifying niche areas and suggesting new programmes which would enhance the skills of the student to meet out the industry requirement.
  • Designing the curriculum and framing regulations and guidelines for all programmes in line with UGC and TANSCHE.
  • Coordinating the process of framing the Syllabus and orient the staff about hours of instruction, credit points etc.
  • Communicating the Syllabus, duration of the course, marks and Credit etc. to the office of Controller of Examinations
  • Organizing Board of Studies Meeting, Standing Committee on Academic Affairs and Academic Council Meeting twice in an academic year.
  • Planning for new avenues for students (self study, Extra credits, Skill enhancement ) in based on the feedback received from the stakeholders, framing the guidelines for the award of extra credits.
  • Formulating the Rubrics Assessment pattern in consulting with principal and Dean Academics.
  • Communicating the BoS chairman about the UGC guidelines in academic matters
  • Orientation of staff on OBE and formulating the modalities and norms to be follow in the attainment of OBE.
  • Convening SCAA and AC and implementing the suggestions received by communicating the departments.
  • Obtaining Feedback on the curriculum from stakeholders and implementing the suggestions received from them.
S.No Name Position Department Faculty
1 Mrs.S.Manimekalai Assistant professor Mathematics Faculty of Basic and Applied Science
2 Mrs.C.Sasikala Assistant professor Microbiology Faculty of Bio Science
3 Mrs.Maheswari Head Computer technology Faculty of Computer Science
4 Mrs.S.Rekha Assistant professor Computer science Faculty of Computer Science
5 Dr.S.Prakash Head Commerce(CA) Faculty of Commerce
6 Dr.R.Muthukumar Assistant professor Commerce (B&I) Faculty of Commerce
7 Mr.M.A.Prasad Assistant professor (SG) Commerce Faculty of Commerce
8 Mr. P Kanagaraj Assistant professor Commerce(PA) Faculty of Commerce
9 Mr.S.Yuvaraj Assistant professor Commerce(CS)&(CA) Faculty of Commerce
10 Dr.S.Mohan Head BBA Faculty of Management
11 Dr.V.Abirami Assistant professor BBA Faculty of Management
12 Dr.Vithya Prabha Head English Faculty of Humanities
13 Ms.S.Nithya Devi Assistant professor English Faculty of Humanities
14 Dr.K.Girija Assistant professor Physics Faculty of Basic and Applied Science
15 Dr.Sathiyaraj Head Chemistry Faculty of Basic and Applied Science
16 Dr.N.Kumaresh Assistant professor Computer Applications Faculty of Computer Science

Value Added Courses

Introduction

Students need to be trained and evaluated with the multifarious skills for any employability. Pursuing multiple long-winding degree programs is no answer to get a job in the current scenario. Rather than spending a lifetime seeking higher qualifications, Value Added Courses imparting transferable life skills and it gives a chance to update the skill set in only a fraction of the time and money. But, the value they create is very high. Value Added Courses are a fine way to fill the gaps in the knowledge and add competitive edge to the job prospects. As systems, programs and practices change, making it critical for job-seekers to have a range of competencies, Value Added Courses can help an individual to be a winner.

Starting off with a Value Added Course helps everyone to have a foundation on which to build a great career. Many of these courses may help to create an own enterprise and improve the further qualifications to fit the current industrial relevance. The courses are run by the departments on need basis including some private Educational Service Providers. The duration depends on the course which is conducted. Each course has its own assessment pattern, both practical and theoretical. Successful completion of the course earns a certification.

Objectives

  • Provide students an understanding of the expectations of industry.
  • Offer a course based on current trends, relevance and value in the job-market.
  • Bridge the skill gaps and make students industry ready.
  • Provide an opportunity to students to develop inter-disciplinary skills.
  • Enable the students to face the formidable challenges of the future.

Data Visualization and Big Data Analytics

The program builds a solid foundation in Data Science & Analytics by covering industry standard tools and techniques through a practical, industry oriented curriculum. The program assumes no prior knowledge of coding in Python, R or SQL and begins from fundamentals. By the end of the program the candidates have a deep understanding of statistical techniques critical to Data Analysis and they are able to create Analytical models using real life data to drive business impact. course provided by PHOENIX IT CONSULTING chennai. duration of the course 60 hours

The course includes data visualization by using, Tableau Power-BI , Data Science, Hadoop, big data with Apache Spark, machine learning for data science, IBM Watson analytics, business use cases of big data and data science and much more. Whereas the elective course comprises of Scala, Qliksense, marketing analytics, social media analytics, machine learning with Microsoft Azure, MongoDB, Apache Hive, Apache Pig, fundamental of financial statement analytics, big data on AWS: Amazon Elastic MapReduce (EMR), amongst others.

GST Practitioner training

The Central Government has been taking various steps towards the implementation of the country’s most ambitious indirect tax reform of Goods and Services Tax from 1st July 1 2017.

To cope up with the ongoing changes and bring greater awareness about the new tax structure and policy, the competent authority has decided to introduce the GST Practitioner Training. The objective of this Course is to enhance the knowledge as well as to provide benefit to the members in the global service market. The participants are expected to have basic knowledge of the subject. Certified Training Organised By MSME – Technology Development Centre. Chennai.

GST Practitioner Training covers Definition and Concept under GST, Levy and collection of GST, Time of Supply, Place of Supply, Input Tax Credit, Valuation, Registration, Refund, Assessment, Offences, penalties, Advance Ruling, Annual Return and Audit in GST. Duration of the course 30 hours.The purpose of this course is to develop skills from beginning to end in the respective areas of GST in order to make them advance knowledge of GST

Business English Certificate

The English Department of Dr N.G.P. Arts and Science College has been providing the Business English Certificate course training for the students of various departments since 2012. To add a pearl to the department’s crown more than five thousand students have been highly benefitted through this BEC training and certification. Business English Certificate is one of the most significant courses offered by the University of Cambridge, London. It assesses one’s language competency in a business context and helps an individual who aspires for a lucrative job and decides to pursue tertiary education abroad. The test has three levels preliminary, vantage, higher and consists of four language skills namely listening, reading, speaking and writing. It is held on various fixed dates in centers worldwide and has two modes of conducting LRW examinations which include paper and computer based however the speaking test is always an interview with two examiners. The tests are conducted periodically; candidates must register for the exam through an authorized centre. The British Council, the United Kingdom's International Organization administers all the Cambridge examinations for cultural relations and educational opportunities. Every year British Council administers tests in our college premises as our college is authorized as the BEC Examination Preparation Centre.

Voice training

The Value Added Course aims at providing an opportunity for students’ to gain knowledge in skill oriented technical training in English Language. Its key objectives are to improve the employability skills for the students and help the students to think and work independently in English language competency. Likely it enables the students to develop their vocabulary and moulds the students to focus fold aspects of English language Techniques. To attain basic caliber in expressing one’s feelings and thoughts through oral and written the course provides good learning platforms in English language and also develop reference and inference skills given on any content in English. Through vocabulary enhancement and other required language skill development like oral-rehearsal the value added course intends to impart a proper understanding and autonomy of English language use and impediments in obliged environments.

Centers of Excellence

The Center for Excellence provides the platform who are committed to implementing creative changes and innovations through collaboration. It is provide ample opportunity for the students and staff to comprehend the latest industry practice and upgrade their knowledge through industry relevant projects using these facilities and the industry know-how. It Facilitate the innovations in Technologies and approaches to foster effective student learning. The following center provides the strengthen ties between the institute and the industry.

Center for Digital Learning

  • To enrich the learning analytics of the academic community through anytime – anywhere – mode.
  • To provides the support for teaching and learning through online content, digital tools and learning analytics.
  • Collaboration with IITs to conduct online courses

Centre for Internet of Things (IoT)

Internet of Things (IoT) symbolises the next phase of revolution in cyberspace. This networking technology brings physical devices to the digital realm, addresses the interactions between autonomous systems and humans, moves rapidly towards networking of socially significant intelligent objects, and creates an IoT- enabled and business vision embedded integrated innovation ecosystem.

Objectives

  • Enrich young talents in emerging field of IoT through knowledge sharing and skill training in multiple technological platforms
  • Provide an inter-disciplinary learning and research experience to students and staff in innovative technologies and its applications
  • Introduce revolutionary changes in various industry domains such as health care, manufacturing, retail, energy and agriculture
  • Build industry desired talents in IoT and provide entrepreneurial ecosystem (pre-incubation, incubation and start-up facility) to innovative academic community

List of Modules

  • Smart Home Appliances
  • Weather Monitoring System
  • Patient Health Monitoring
  • Smart Moisture for Agriculture
  • Smart Dustbin
  • Automatic Water Control System
  • BPM Rate monitor using Arduino & Pulse Sensor
  • Smart Plastic Container
  • Automatic Door Opening System
  • Smart Plastic Container
  • Control LED using Clap
  • Automatic Temperature Fan Controlled System
  • Street Light Monitoring System

Centre In-Charges

S.No

Role

Name & Designation

1 Head Dr.A.Muthusamy, Head & Associate Professor, Department of CSCs
2 Coordinator Dr.R.Senthil Kumar, Professor, Department of CA

Centre for Language Learning

Elangovadigal Tamil Centre

The centre is functioning successfully in Tamil department since the inception of the college. Every year the centre conducts various competitions for students in order to hone the literary talent in them. Management applauds the students with prize and certificate who have won in thecompetition.On the road of its successful journey in the academic year 2014 the name of Tamil centre has been changed as Elangovadigal Tamil Centre which is functioning effectively till date.

Objective

Elangovadigal Tamil Centre functions based on the following objectives

  • Antiquity of Tamil
  • Tradition
  • Culture
  • Preserving Civilization

World Tamil Cultural Centre

World Tamil Cultural Centre functions as one of the significant parts of Kovai Medical Center Research and Educational Trust. Dr. Nalla G Palaniswami, Chairman, Kovai Medical Center Research and Educational Trust inaugurated the centreon 13.03.2013 which aims to promote goodwill and wealth of Tamil language. The centre in association with Tamil department has conducted many activities to bring laurels to Tamil language.

Objective

World Tamil Cultural Centre is functioning based on the following objective

  • Resources and good will of Tamil

Regional Language Centre (2019- 20) & (2020-21)

S.No

Responsibilities

Name

Designation

1 Chairman Prof. Dr. V. Rajendran Principal
2 Team Leader Prof. S. Balasubramaniam Primary – Research Field
3 Organizers Prof. N. Kuppuchamy Head & Associate Professor / Tamil
Mr. R. Thiyagu Assistant Professor/ Tamil
4 Members Mr. N. Krishnaraj Assistant Professor / Tamil
Prof. M. Sindhu Assistant Professor / Tamil

Committees

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