Student Welfare Cell A Student Welfare Cell is operating in the college which attends to the needs of deserving students. Students Welfare Cell headed by Ms. Jini Kuriakose, Assistant Professor of Commerce. The Cell conducts socioeconomic surveys to know the students in detail. Such surveys are used as the basis for the award of scholarships and travel allowances. The Cell also uses the data obtained through these surveys to identify needy students. Students are advised to contribute magnanimously to relieve the needy students and it promotes social justice and concern for the downtrodden. The institution takes attendance of the students every hour and assesses the academic performance of the students like the timely submission of assignments and projects, and identifies students facing problems in their academic life. The information is transferred to the Student Welfare Cell if necessary, which collects the data and takes initiative to help the students to continue their studies with economic and moral support. Special counseling is given to students who are likely to drop out and are thus retained to complete the programmes. Chairperson: Ms. Jini Kuriakose Members 1. Dr. Rohith K. Raj 2. Mr. Thomas V. L 3. Mr. Haris P. M
The Student Welfare Cell of the college conducts socioeconomic surveys among the students of the college every year to generate a true picture of the background from which the students hail. A comparative analysis of the trends is depicted in the graph below.
TABLE SHOWING THE RESULT OF SOCIOECONOMIC SURVEY
A REPORT ON SOCIOECONOMIC SURVEY CONDUCTED DURING 20132014 Survey related to socioeconomic aspects of total students enrolled has been conducted for the academic year 201314 .The major findings of the survey are as follows. 1. Among the total 166 student respondents 61% are girls and 39% are boys. 2. The parents of 70% of students have an education of above SSLC and the remaining are under secondary education. 3. The study shows that a total of 58% of their parents have their own vehicles and the remaining does not own vehicles. 4. 89% students have applied for different kinds of scholarships from the college and the balance 11% students have not applied for them. 5. The study reveals that 80% students have their own houses. 20% students live in rented houses. 6. Considering the drinking water facility, 86% students depend on their own sources and the 14% do not have their own sources for drinking water. 7. The study noticed that most of the students (96%) are enjoying electricity facility at home and only 4% of the students use traditional lighting facility. 8. The most important fact is that among the total respondents only 34% have their own computer at home. 9. The study indicates the involvement of students in extracurricular activities. 92% students are members of N.S.S, N.C.C, Agricultural club, nature club, music club etc. and the remaining are not members of any club. 10. While specifying the income aspects, most of the students (74%) depend on parental income as a main source and only 26% students earn their lively hood. 11. The study points out that 51% parents depend on Agricultural income, 22% of them earn from businesses, remaining are depending on other service sectors.
A REPORT ON SOCIOECONOMIC SURVEY CONDUCTED DURING 20122013 Survey related to socioeconomic aspects of total students enrolled has been conducted for the academic year201213.The major findings of the survey are as follows. 1. Among the total 163 respondents 66% are girls and 34% are boys. 2. The parents of 67% of students have an education of above SSLC and the remaining are under secondary education. 3. The study shows that a total 71% of their parents have their own vehicles and the remaining does not own vehicles. 4. 93% students have applied for different kinds of scholarships from the college and the balance 7% students have not applied for them. 5. The study reveals that 76% students have their own houses. 24% are living in rented house. 6. Considering the drinking water facility, 83% students depend on their own sources and the 17% do not have their own sources for drinking water. 7. The study noticed that most of the students (93%) are enjoying electricity facility at home and only 7% of the students use traditional lighting facility. 8. The most important fact is that among the total respondents only 27% have their own computer at home. 9. The study indicates the involvement of students in extracurricular activities. 91% students are members of N.S.S, N.C.C, Agricultural club, nature club, music club etc. and the remaining are not members of any club. 10. While specifying the income aspects, most of the students (70%) depend on parental income as a main source and only 30% students earn their lively hood. The study points out that 57% parents depend on Agricultural income, 17% of them earn from businesses, remaining are depending on other service sectors.
A REPORT ON SOCIOECONOMIC SURVEY CONDUCTED DURING 20112012 Survey related to socioeconomic aspects of total students enrolled has been conducted for the academic year201112.The major findings of the survey are as follows. 1. Among the total 141 respondents 69% are girls and 31% are boys. 2. The parents of 68% of students have an education of above SSLC and the remaining are under secondary education.
3. The study shows that a total 55% of their parents have their own vehicles and the remaining does not own vehicles. 4. 80% students have applied for different kinds of scholarships from the college and the balance 20% students have not applied for them. 5. The study reveals that 77%students have their own houses, 23% are living in rented house. 6. Considering the drinking water facility, 88% students depend on their own sources and the 12% do not have their own sources for drinking water. 7. The study noticed that most of the students (94%) are enjoying electricity facility at home and only 6% of the students use traditional lighting facility. 8. The most important fact is that among the total respondents only 19% have their own computer at home. 9. The study indicates the involvement of students in extracurricular activities. 84% are members of N.S.S, N.C.C, Agricultural club, nature club, music club etc. and remaining are not members of any club. 10. While specifying the income aspects, most of the students (77%) depend on parental income as a main source and only 23% students earn their lively hood. 11. The study points out that 69% parents depend on Agricultural income, 11% of them earn from businesses, remaining are depending on other service sectors.

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