VIGNAN'S INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY FOR WOMEN
 
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VIGNAN'S INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY FOR WOMEN
Counselling Codes
ECET / EAMCET-VMTW
PGECET-VMTW1

  • COMMITTEES


    1. Purchase Committee

    Tenure : 1 year

    Objective :
    To ensure that quality materials are procured and standard purchase procedures are followed in major & minor purchases.
    Roles & Responsibilities :
    I. Purchase section makes arrangements for getting the quotations based on the indented specifications.
    II. Comparative chart is done with the helps of indenter.
    III. Based on the recommendations of the department, usually HoD, purchase committee will deliberate on the quotations and recommend the company from which the items may be procured.
    IV. The committee meets as and when needed.

    Purchase Committee Members

    S No.
    Member Name
    1
    HoD nominated by Principal
    2
    AO
    3
    Sr. Staff from the respective dept.
    4
    Sr. Staff from the respective dept.
    5
    Indentor’s Department HOD

    2. Transport Committees

    Tenure : 1 year

    Roles & Responsibilities :
    I. Responsible for arrangement of transport for students and staff from College to City/destination/boarding point & vice versa.
    II. Responsible for periodical maintenance of all the buses.
    III. Responsible for a periodical check of the log books maintained by the drivers. IV. Recommend the transport for the students and staff for any educational tour, visit for sports competitions.ect.
    V. Recommending alteration/ inclusion/ deletetion of routes

    Transport Committee Members

    S No.
    Member Name
    1
    Principal
    2
    Transport in-charge
    3
    Two staff members nominated by principal
    4
    Two student members nominated by principal

    3. Finance Committee

    Roles & Responsibilities :
    I. To see that expenses incurred have budgetary provision
    II. To recommend for approval of financial proposals referred by principal
    III. To check that necessary formalities have been observed in incurring expenses in case of major purchase exceeding 50,000 per item
    IV. To recommend any proposal for enhancement of DA, etc. commonly for all staff referred by principal

    Finance Committee Members

    S No.
    Member Name
    1
    Any HoD nominated by principal
    2
    Accounts officer
    3
    Senior staff nominated by principal
    4
    Examination branch in-charge

    4. Disciplinary Committee

    Tenure : 1 year

    Roles & Responsibilities :
    To attend the Student’s grievances and recommend suitable redresses to ensure overall discipline I. The committee will scrutinize, investigate and consider all complaints grievances of the students.
    II. Maintains a record of the Grievances redressed/reported/referred.
    III. It recommends actions for regulating and enforcing discipline among the students.
    IV. Recommends appropriate action wherever necessary.
    V. Recommend Anti-Ragging Committee at the beginning of each academic year.

    Disciplinary Committee Members

    S No.
    Member Name
    1
    Principal
    2
    One HoD nominated by principal
    3
    One Senior staff nominated by principal

    5. Sports and Cultural Committee

    Tenure : 1 year

    Roles & Responsibilities :
    I. Prepare sports and cultural schedule for the year.
    II. Conduct competitive sports and cultural programmes.
    III. Arrange physical fitness programmes for the students and staff.
    IV. Select students who represent the college in off-campus platforms V. Escort college sports achievers to sports meet and also the students for cultural competition outside the college
    VI. Arrange for cultural presentation on various college occasions
    VII. Responsible for procurements, maintenance of sports goods, play fields and other items related to the Physical Education.

    Sports and Cultural Committee Members

    S No.
    Member Name
    1
    Principal
    2
    One staff member nominated by each department
    3
    Physical Director
    4
    Two final year students nominated by Principal for culture activity
    5
    Two final year students nominated by Principal for sports activity

    6. Grievances Redressal Committee

    Tenure : 2 year

    Objective :
    A Grievance Redressal committee has been formed to settle genuine grievances of students, staff and parents up to a satisfaction level so as to create a healthy relationship among the students, parents, employees and employer. The grievance will include any matter relating to student and staff. The committee is requested to contribute effectively to dispose the grievances at the earliest.

    Roles & Responsibilities :
    I. To deals with all the genuine grievances of students and staff of the college.
    II. All complainants should file their grievances either by writing in paper to the committee or by online on the website of the college.
    III. The committee will meet at least once in a month to resolve the grievances.
    IV. To take conclusive decision and submit its recommendations to the deciding authority for removal of alleged grievances.
    V. The student/staff shall bring up his/her grievance in a prescribe format immediately to the grievance cell without fail. The number of grievance settled or pending will be report to the Principal/Director in every month.

    Grievance Redressal Committee Members

    S No.
    Member Name
    1
    Two Sr. Faculty member nominated by Principal
    2
    Administrative Officer
    3
    Sr. Non teaching staff member
    4
    One student from each department nominated by respective HOD

    7. Women Protection Cell

    Tenure : 1 year

    Objective : The cell has been established in order to protect the women staff and students associated with the college from any sorts of injustice or sexual harassment of any nature directly and indirectly.

    Roles & Responsibilities :
    I. To make them aware of their rights
    II. To help them in knowing the importance of good health and nutrition and facilities available for them
    III. To help them in developing decision making abilities and be self-dependent
    IV. To help them in raising their voice against all kinds of discrimination
    V. To help them in changing their mind setup
    VI. To assist them in overall development of their personality.

    The Women Protection Cell recommends to the principal on type of punishment to the guilty persons. The nature of the punishment may be follows:
    I. Information to the parents
    II. Verbal Warning.
    III. Written warning.
    IV. Financial punishment
    V. Information to police for legal inquiry and action (if situation arises so)
    VI. Suspend from college for duration not more than one week.
    VII. Expelling from college as per rule of university.

    Women Protection Cell Members

    S No.
    Member Name
    1
    Principal
    2
    Sr. Female Faculty
    3
    Sr. Male Faculty
    4
    Sr. non teaching female staff
    5
    One student nominated by I/C Students affairs

    8. LIBRARY COMMITTEE

    Tenure : 1 year

    Objective:To enrich Library collection and improve usage

    Roles & Responsibilities :
    I. Recommended measures for upgrading the library facilities
    II. Recommends for enriching stock with e-resources
    III. Solve the issues and problems raised by the students and staff members
    IV. Carryout Physical verification during summer holidays and submit the report to principal.
    V. Advises on maintenance of documentations of books, journals, magazines, newspapers, CD’s & library materials.
    VI. Advises on maintaining and updating e-journals and all teaching aids – NPTEL videos etc.

    Library Committee Members

    S No.
    Member Name
    1
    Any sr. faculty nominated by principal
    2
    Librarian
    3
    One staff member from each department nominated by respective HOD

    9. Hostel and Canteen Committee

    Tenure : 1 year

    Objective:To look after the hostel and canteen affairs

    Roles & Responsibilities :
    I. Oversee the hostel admissions
    II. Address problems regarding running of the mess
    III. Recommend disciplinary measure in case of violation of rule by staff or students
    IV. Maintenance of hygienic in and around hostel and canteen
    V. Make frequent visits to monitor the regular activities of the girls in the hostel.
    VI. Conduct periodical meetings with student representatives to redress their grievances.

    Functions:
    i. Inspect the canteen and Hostel premises periodically.
    ii. Check the sanitation and drinking water and cleanliness of kitchen
    iii. Check the quality of conducting surprise inspection
    iv. Make recommendations to the management regarding prices of commodities.

    Hostel and Canteen Committee Members

    S No.
    Member Name
    1
    Hostel Wardens
    2
    Two Staff members nominated by principal
    3
    One student staying in Hostel nominated by principal
    4
    One non hostel student nominated by principal

    10. Anti- Ragging Committee

    Tenure : 1 year

    Objective : To look into various aspects of ragging, means and methods to prevent it, possible action that can be taken against those who involve in it, and action against offenders in the event of ragging

    Roles & Responsibilities :
    i. To oversee and monitor the overall discipline of students in the college, and review it periodically.
    ii. Recommend appropriate actions related to indiscipline of the students as and when required.
    iii. Taking all precautionary measures to prevent ragging
    iv. Creating awareness among senior students and new entrants
    v. Immediate action against reported incidents/ complaints
    vi. Surprise visits to hostels
    vii. Nominate monitoring staff in the busses

    Anti-Ragging Committee Members

    S No.
    Member Name
    1
    In-charge, Student Affairs
    2
    One Sr. Faculty from each department nominated by Principal
    3
    Hostel warden
    4
    One student from each department nominated by respective HODs

    11. Training, Placement & Career Guidance Committee

    Tenure : 1 year

    Objective : To guide students in the matter of career options, and also to promote entrepreneurship.

    Roles & Responsibilities :
    I. Responsible for all the activities relating to the students placement.
    II. Coordinates with the industries for providing the training courses to students where the student make self assessment & groom them for job they are fit for
    III. Arranges guest lectures, workshops, seminars & industrial visits for students.
    IV. Coordinates with the different industries for on-campus and off-campus interviews of the meritorious students for providing suitable jobs in their organizations.
    V. Responsible for interaction with different industries for functioning of EDPs.
    VI. Responsible for organizing campus placement drives and off – campus interviews.
    VII. promote self-reliance among students

    Functions:
    i. Each department will identify a group of industries to be invited on to the campus.
    ii. Each department nominates two students to work as volunteers during the conduct of campus interviews.
    iii. Formulate action plan to be implemented in arranging special training program for soft skills, mock interviews etc.
    iv. Counsel the students to choose a professional career.
    v. Collect information on higher education opportunities and conduct awareness programs.
    vi. Collect student data on GRE TOFEL, CAT UPSC etc.
    vii. Maintain data bank of Alumni

    Training, Placement & Career Guidance Committee Members

    S No.
    Member Name
    1
    Principal
    2
    Training & Placement Officer
    3
    One Sr. Faculties nominated by dept. HoD

    12. Industry Institution Interaction Committee

    Tenure : 1 year

    Objective : Industry Institution Interaction Cell (IIIC) is responsible in building institute-industry collaboration for mutual benefit. The objective of the IIP Cell is to reduce the gap between industry expectations (practice) and academic offerings (theory) by direct involvement of industry to attain a symbiosis. Their inputs are taken for curriculum development and also for training programs to make students job ready.

    Roles :
    I. Establish linkage between industry and the institute.
    II. Joint research projects
    III. Industrial consultancy
    IV. Dissemination of knowledge
    V. Promoting industrial training for students
    VI. Faculty training in industry

    Responsibilities :
    I. Helps in getting permission for industrial visits/ Training to students.
    II. Mediating for laboratory testing facilities.
    III. Recommending professional consultancy.
    IV. Recommending industrial exhibitions.
    V. Recommending seminars, workshops, continuing education programs etc.

    Industry Institution Interaction Committee Members

    S No.
    Member Name
    1
    PRINCIPAL
    2
    Training and Placement Officer
    3
    Two Sr. Faculty members recommended by Principal

    13. Research and Development Committee

    Tenure : 1 year

    The cell administers all the research Programs of the College by monitoring and coordinating the research programs. It conducts the research review meeting to examine the quality of research being conducted by various teams. The Research & Development Cell of every department takes immense efforts to expose the students to recent developments in the technology through innovative project works and paper presentations/ publication.

    Roles & Responsibilities :
    I. To identify the potential areas of research in various disciplines of engineering and form the faculty into various clusters based on their specialization.
    II. To help preparing and submit proposals to government agencies like AICTE, UGC, DST, IE(I) etc. for obtaining funded projects.
    III. To encourage multi-disciplinary research internally within the institute and externally with other organizations.
    IV. Encourage the staff to attend/publish papers in various National/International conferences/Journals of their specialized areas.
    V. To coordinate the research activities among the various departments of the college.
    VI. Encourage the faculty to attend various research oriented Faculty development programmes.
    VII. Encourage and motivate the staff to apply for Ph.D at various Universities.
    VIII. To encourage the staff to publish their research works in reputed journals that have good impact factor and are Scopus indexed.
    IX. To plan for resource mobilization through industry interaction, consultancy and Extramural funding.
    X. Scrutinize and recommend the student’s project proposals and send them to various agencies for financial support and recommend the suitable projects.

    Research and Development Committee Members

    S No.
    Member Name
    1
    Principal
    2
    In-charge R&D
    3
    One R&D Co-coordinator from each department as nominated by HOD

    14. Faculty Development Committee

    Tenure : 1 year

    The Faculty Development Committee is to lead the college’s efforts in further advancing the professional development of all full-time faculties to regularly review and recommend applications for development activities in the financial year and to annually recommend ongoing improvements to the policies and procedures of faculty development.

    Roles & Responsibilities :
    I. Maintain and Update faculty database.
    II. Maintain faculty evaluation and teaching credentials.
    III. Recommend faculty orientation program
    IV. Manage scheduling, delivery, and effectiveness of FDP.
    V. Assist in budgeting and provision of FDP funding
    VI. Arrange for individual faculty counseling

    Faculty Development Committee Members

    S No.
    Member Name
    1
    Principal
    2
    In charge R&D
    3
    One Sr. Faculty from each department as nominated by respective HoD

    15. Internal Quality Assessment Committee

    Tenure : 1 year

    Objective :
    1. To develop a system for conscious, consistent and catalytic improvement in the performance of institutions.
    2. To assure all the stakeholders connected with higher education about the quality of education provided by the institutions

    Roles & Responsibilities :
    I. Timely, efficient and progressive performance of academic, administrative and financial tasks.
    II. The relevant and quality of academic and research programmes.
    III. Equitable access to and affordability of academic programmes for various section of society
    IV. Optimisation and integration of modern methods of teaching and learning
    V. The creditability of evaluation procedures
    VI. The adequacy, maintenance and proper allocation of support structure and services

    Functions:
    I. Development and application of quality benchmarks/parameters for the various academic and administrative activities of the institutions
    II. Dissemination of information on the various quality parameters of higher education
    III. Recommendation of workshops, seminars on quality related themes and promotion of quality circles
    IV. Documentation of the various programmes/activities leading to quality improvement
    V. Acting as a nodal agency of the institution for quality-related activities
    VI. Preparation of the Annual Quality Assurance Report (AQAR) based on the quality parameters.

    Internal Quality Assessment Committee Members

    S No.
    Member Name
    1
    CEO
    2
    Principal
    3
    One Sr. Professional from Industry
    4
    Administrative Officer
    5
    Dept. HODs

    16. College Development Committee:

    Tenure : 1 year

    Objective : The college development committee is formed with an objective of having an empowered system of administration and to ensure that the faculty feels involved into the administration of the college.

    Roles & Responsibilities :
    I. Prepare an overall comprehensive development plan of the college regarding infrastructural growth, and enable college to promote excellence co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.
    II. Plan major annual events in the college, such as annual day, sports events, cultural events, etc.
    III. To plan for resource mobilization through industry interaction, consultancy and extra-mural funding
    IV. Recommend the administration about appropriate steps to be taken regarding the discipline, safety and security issues of the college or institution

    College Development Committee Members:

    S No.
    Member Name
    1
    CEO
    2
    Principal or his/ her nominee
    3
    Dept. HODs
    4
    Administrative Officer

    17. Institute Core Committee

    Tenure : 1 year

    Objective : The college shall have a duly constituted Institute Core Committee (ICC) as prescribed in the Regulations to formulate long term and short-term development programmes for the college to achieve academic excellence in tune with the policies of the University.

    Roles & Responsibilities :
    I. To review the academic and other related activities of the college
    II. To review the students and faculty development programmes
    III. To visualize and formulate perspective plans for the development and growth of the college
    IV. To promote research and extension activities in the college campus
    V. To promote teaching innovations and student placement programmes
    VI. To plan for sustaining the quality of education, quality improvement and accreditation of the college
    VII. To oversee the internal examinations/ evaluation/ recording

    Institute Core Committee Members:

    S No.
    Member Name
    1
    CEO
    2
    Principal
    3
    Respective HODs
    4
    One Sr. Faculty from each department as nominated by Principal
    5
    Administrative Officer

    Department Academic Committee

    Composition : As preferred by the GB
    Tenure: 1 years Objective: To evolve an ideal time-table which incorporates the needs and convenience of students and teachers to process, classify & update all institutional data.

    Responsibilities :
    I. Prepare the academic calendar of the college
    II. Prepare a time-table and allocate class-rooms
    III. Review the occupancy in class-rooms and resolve overlapping in lecture timings
    IV. Accommodate tutorials/seminar presentation etc.
    V. Maintain a record of all curricular activities organized and conducted in the college
    VI. Keep a record of the events organized in the college and the prizes won by the students, staff and the college
    VII. Collect data from the alumni students both of their employment and higher education
    VIII. Classify, analyze & file all sorts of data and make it available whenever required
    IX. Finalizing the department budget
    X. Recommends staff for higher education/ workshops/ FDPs
    XI. Department result assessment
    XII. Define/refine of course outcomes
    XIII. Recommends Research and Development activities


    Department Academic Committee will be constituted by Principal