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Advisory Board

The objectives of a Students Advisory Board (SAB) in Le-Ment is to represent the student body and to provide a forum for students to express their opinions and concerns about college policies, academic programs, and student life.

Some specific objectives of a SAB may include:

  1. Serving as a liaison between students and college administration: The SAB acts as a communication channel between students and the administration, conveying student opinions, concerns, and suggestions to the college administration, and advocating for student needs and interests.
  2. Organizing and promoting student activities: The SAB may organize and promote events, clubs, and activities to foster a sense of community and engagement among students.
  3. Improving academic policies and programs: The SAB may work with faculty and staff to enhance academic policies and programs, such as curriculum development, academic support services, and academic advising.
  4. Advocating for student rights: The SAB may advocate for student rights, including issues related to discrimination, harassment, safety, and student conduct.
  5. Enhancing campus life: The SAB may work to improve the quality of student life on campus, such as by addressing issues related to housing, dining, transportation, and student services.

The Students Advisory Board (SAB) is comprised of individuals such as the Concerned Head of the Department, Mentors, Class Tutors, and Faculty members. The purpose of the SAB is to provide students with a platform to share their ideas and aspirations, and receive valuable guidance to help them achieve their goals.

Discipline Committee

The function of a Discipline Committee in Le-Ment College of advanced studies is to ensure that students adhere to the rules and regulations of the institution, and to enforce disciplinary action when necessary. The committee is typically composed of faculty members, administrators, and student representatives who work together to maintain a safe and conducive learning environment for all members of the college community.

Specific functions of a Discipline Committee in college may include:

  1. Developing and enforcing college policies: The committee is responsible for developing and implementing college policies related to student conduct, such as academic integrity, campus safety, and behavioural expectations.
  2. Investigating and addressing disciplinary issues: The committee investigates incidents of misconduct or rule violations, and may hold hearings to determine the appropriate disciplinary action. This may include warning, probation, suspension, or expulsion.
  3. Providing support and guidance: The committee may provide guidance and support to students who have violated college policies, and may connect them with resources to help them address their behaviour and prevent future incidents.
  4. Upholding due process: The committee ensures that disciplinary proceedings are conducted in a fair and impartial manner, and that the rights of the accused student are protected.

Discipline committee of LCAS composed of the following members.

  • Principal (Convenor)
  • Discipline committee chairperson
  • Head of the departments.
  • Administrator
  • Student representatives
  • PTA executive member

DISCIPLINE COMMITTEE IN THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2022-23

Mr.SHABEER K P (Principal)-Convenor

Ms .SREEJAYA P (HOD-Commerce)

Ms .RAJITHA .P( Discipline commitee Chairperson)

Mr.PRADEEP C P (HOD-Science)

Mr .KARIM (HOD-Arts)

Ms. SANDHYA

Mr .MOHANDAS (Parent)

Mr. MUHAMMED SHAMEER (Student representative)

 

PTA Committee

The function of a Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) Committee in Le-Ment College of advanced studies is to foster positive relationships between parents, teachers, and the administration to enhance the educational experience of students. The PTA Committee is usually made up of parent volunteers and faculty representatives, who work collaboratively to support the academic and social development of students.

Specific functions of a PTA Committee in LCAS may include:

  • Facilitating communication: The PTA Committee serves as a bridge between parents and teachers, providing a forum for open communication and collaboration. This can include sharing information about college events, academic progress, and institutional policies.
  • Supporting student programs and activities: The PTA Committee may help to organize or fundraise for student programs and activities, such as sports teams, clubs, and cultural events.
  • Advocating for students and parents: The PTA Committee may advocate for students and parents on issues related to education, such as funding, curriculum, and institutional policies.
  • Providing resources and support: The PTA Committee may provide resources and support to parents, such as information about college readiness, financial aid, and scholarship opportunities.
  • Enhancing college culture: The PTA Committee may work to create a positive college culture by promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion, and fostering a sense of community among students, parents, and faculty.

Career Guidance

The Career Guidance and Placement Cell in Le-Ment College of Advanced studies serve as a bridge between students and the professional world. The primary function of this cell is to provide guidance and support to students to help them make informed decisions about their careers and to assist them in securing internships, jobs, or further education.

The functions of a Career Guidance and Placement Cell in LCAS may include. 

  1. Career guidance and counselling
  2. Resume building and interview preparation
  3. Industry partnerships and internships
  4. Job placement
  5. Skill development and training
  6. Alumni relations

Placement Cell

The Career Guidance and Placement Cell in Le-Ment College of Advanced studies serve as a bridge between students and the professional world. The primary function of this cell is to provide guidance and support to students to help them make informed decisions about their careers and to assist them in securing internships, jobs, or further education.

The functions of a Career Guidance and Placement Cell in LCAS may include. 

  1. Career guidance and counselling
  2. Resume building and interview preparation
  3. Industry partnerships and internships
  4. Job placement
  5. Skill development and training
  6. Alumni relations

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Sports & Games

Sports and Games Cell in Le-Ment college typically serves as a dedicated department or organization responsible for overseeing and coordinating sports and games activities within the college. Its primary function is to promote and support sports and games among the students and create a conducive environment for their participation and development. 

Functions of sports and games cell

  1. Organizing Sports Events.
  2. Facilities Management
  3. Team Selection and Training.
  4. Intercollegiate Competitions.
  5. Fitness and Wellness Programs.
  6. Sports Scholarships and Grants.
  7. Promotion of Sports Culture.
  8. Collaboration with Student Clubs.

Sports and Games Cell acts as a hub for sports-related activities in the college, aiming to develop students’ physical fitness, sportsmanship, teamwork, and overall personal growth through sports and games.



OBC/SC/ST/Minority Cell

The OBC/SC/ST and Minority Cells in colleges, as instructed by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) and the University Grants Commission (UGC), have specific functions aimed at promoting inclusion, diversity, and equity within the college campus. These functions typically include:

  1. Representation and Support
  2. Reservation and Scholarship Implementation
  3. Sensitization and Awareness
  4. Grievance Redressal
  5. Outreach and Guidance
  6. Collaboration and Networking
  7. Data Collection and Reporting

Grievance Redressal

Anti-Ragging

Anti-Sexual Harrasment

Counselling Cell

The Counselling Cell in Le-Ment college of Advanced Studies serves as a support system for students to help them cope with personal and emotional challenges that may affect their academic and personal lives. The primary function of this cell is to provide guidance and support to students to help them overcome personal, academic, and emotional difficulties.

Some specific functions of a Counselling Cell in college may include:

  • Personal Counselling: The Counselling Cell provides a safe and confidential space for students to discuss their personal and emotional issues, such as anxiety, depression, stress, relationship problems, etc.
  • Academic Counselling: The Counselling Cell provides guidance to students regarding their academic progress, course selection, academic performance, and study habits.
  • Career Counselling: The Counselling Cell provides guidance to students on career choices, job opportunities, and skill development.
  • Group Counselling: The Counselling Cell conducts group counselling sessions to help students develop interpersonal skills, improve communication, and build confidence.
  • Crisis Intervention: The Counselling Cell provides immediate support to students in times of crisis, such as a sudden loss, traumatic event, or emotional distress.
  • Referral Services: The Counselling Cell provides referrals to external resources and services, such as mental health professionals, medical practitioners, or legal aid, when necessary.

Overall, the function of a Counselling Cell is to provide a safe and supportive environment for students to share their concerns, receive guidance, and develop skills to overcome personal, academic, and emotional challenges. The aim is to help students develop resilience, improve their mental and emotional well-being, and enhance their academic and personal growth.

Examination

Functions of Examination Committee

Make policy decisions in regard to organizing and holding examinations

  • Make rules and regulations for examinations
  • Preparation of OBE based examination manual (Including attainments)
  •  To organize workshops/seminars for Improving examination systems
  • To conduct meetings for moderations 
  •  Implementing examination reforms and to be recommend to Academic Council
  • Constitute Complaint Redressal Committee (CRC) consists of 3 members appointed by the Chairman of the examination committee.
  • CRC shall identify the mechanism to deal with examination related grievances.
  • The recommendations of the CRC shall be approved by the Chairman, EC to take appropriate disciplinary actions. The disciplinary actions shall   be endorsed by the EC
  • Preparing the schedule of examinations (CIA Tests, Model Examinations and end semester examinations)
  • The EC shall make the block and seating arrangement and display them on the concerned department notice board/Institutional website.
  • Collect statistics on various subjects/papers and enrolment therein including roll numbers of students
  • Arrange for paper setting by faculty & printing of QP
  • Prepare examination blocks, requisition invigilators and support staff
  • Conduct the examination as per schedule
  • To appoint internal flying squad, allotment of supervisors and other human resources for smooth conducting of examinations
  •  Calculate and approve the allowance due for invigilation/examination duty
  • To constitute appoint Examination In-Charge (EI) in consultation with the chairman of EC.
  • The EI shall ensure that adequate stationary for conducting examinations
  • The Convener of the Examination Committee shall conduct a pre – exam meeting to brief the members of faculty with regard to the examination procedures and the role and responsibilities of supervisors. A report of same shall be submitted to the chairman of the Examination Committee
  • The Examination Committee shall ensure that the evaluation, moderation and result publication process is completed on time
  • To prepare minutes of meeting/resolution for onward submission to       Academic Council Meeting

Composition of Examination Committee

  • Principal : chairman
  • Vice principal: convenor
  • Chief Examination controller: Teaching staff
  • Assistant examination controller: Teaching staff
  • Committee members: Teaching staffs

 

Information

Address:Le-Ment College Of Advanced Studies, Pattambi , Palakkad, Kerala, Pin:679313
Phone : +91 85 4700 4700
Email : lementiom@gmail.com
Website URL: https://lementcollege.com/

NATURE CLUB

The aim of Le-Ment nature club is to promote environmental awareness and conservation through education, advocacy, and action. The club typically focuses on educating their members and the public about environmental issues, such as climate change, pollution, habitat destruction, and biodiversity loss. We also organize activities that encourage people to connect with and appreciate nature, such as nature walks, birdwatching, and camping trips.

Nature clubs often work on conservation projects, such as cleaning up parks and riversides,Natural water resources, restoring habitats, and planting trees. 

The club may also advocate for policies that protect the environment and promote sustainability, such as reducing plastic use or increasing renewable energy sources.

The main focus of a nature club is to foster a greater understanding and appreciation for the natural world and to inspire people to take action to protect it.



ED CLUB

The aim of an Entrepreneurship Development Club in college is to encourage and promote entrepreneurial thinking and innovation among students. The club typically provides a platform for students to learn about entrepreneurship, develop their business ideas, and gain practical experience in starting and running a business.

GENDER CLUB

The purpose and objectives of a Gender Club in college are to promote gender equality, raise awareness about gender issues, and empower students to become advocates for gender justice. The club typically provides a platform for students to engage in discussions, events, and activities related to gender issues, and to take action towards creating a more equitable and just society.

MERIT CLUB

The purpose of a merit club is to recognize and reward academic excellence and to promote a culture of achievement and success among students. The club typically provides a platform for high-performing students to come together, share their experiences and insights, and inspire others to strive for academic excellence.

SCIENCE & IT CLUB

The purpose of an IT club in college is to provide a platform for students to explore and learn about the latest advancements in technology and to develop their technical skills. The club typically focuses on promoting innovation, creativity, and collaboration among its members, and provides opportunities for students to gain practical experience in various aspects of IT.



LITERARY CLUB

The aim of a Literary Club in college is to promote and enhance the appreciation of literature among students, to encourage creative writing and critical thinking, and to provide a platform for students to express themselves creatively.

SOCIAL CLUB

The aim of a Social Club in college is to provide a platform for students to socialize, connect with others who share similar interests, and to engage in social activities that promote personal development, community involvement, and cultural exchange.

ARTS & MUSIC CLUB

The aim of a Music Club in college is to promote and enhance the appreciation of music among students, to provide a platform for students to express themselves musically, and to develop musical skills. The aim of an Arts Club in college is to promote and enhance the appreciation of various forms of art, to provide a platform for students to express themselves creatively, and to develop artistic skills.

THEATRE & FILM CLUB

The aim of a Theatre Club in college is to promote and enhance the appreciation of theater as an art form, to provide a platform for students to express themselves creatively through acting and other theater-related activities, and to encourage critical thinking about theater as a cultural and social medium. The aim of a Film Club in college is to promote and enhance the appreciation of film as an art form, to provide a platform for students to express themselves creatively through film-making, and to encourage critical thinking about film as a cultural and social medium.

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PHYSICS

The objectives and functions of a Physics association in Le-Ment college revolve around fostering a supportive academic environment, promoting career development, encouraging research and innovation, creating awareness, organizing events and competitions, facilitating networking opportunities, and advocating for the interests of physics students.

Prime objectives are

  • Academic Support
  • Career development
  • Research and project
  • Outreach and awareness
  • Competitions and Events
  • Networking and Collaboration
  • Academic Advocacy

InCharge

Muhsina CV

Asstt. Professor (Dep Of Science)

Activities

CHEMISTRY

The objectives and functions of a Chemistry association in Le-Ment college revolve around fostering a supportive academic environment, promoting career development, encouraging research and innovation, creating awareness, organizing events and competitions, facilitating networking opportunities, advocating for the interests of chemistry students, and promoting safety and ethics in the field of chemistry.

 

InCharge

Deepika S

Asstt. Professor (Dep Of Science)

Activities

COMPUTER SCIENCE

The functions of Computer Science associations in Le-Ment college may have:

  1. Computer Science associations often provide academic support to students by organizing study groups, coding workshops, and programming tutorials. They may also offer resources such as textbooks, online learning materials, and coding practice platforms to help students enhance their programming skills and understanding of computer science concepts.
  2. Computer Science associations play a vital role in helping students explore career opportunities in the field of computer science. They may organize career fairs, invite industry professionals as guest speakers, and provide information about internships, job openings, and graduate programs. These associations may also assist students with resume building, interview preparation, and networking.
  3. Computer Science associations often organize codefest, coding competitions, and programming challenges. These events provide students with opportunities to apply their knowledge and skills, showcase their programming abilities, and collaborate with peers on innovative projects. Codefest also fosters creativity and problem-solving skills.
  4. Computer Science associations may organize technical workshops and seminars on emerging technologies, programming languages, and industry trends. These events allow students to stay updated with the latest developments in the field and gain practical knowledge from experts. Workshops may include topics such as artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, web development, and data science.
  5. Networking and Industry Connections: Computer Science associations facilitate networking opportunities among students, faculty members, and professionals in the industry. They may organize industry visits, guest lectures, and panel discussions where students can interact with industry experts, establish connections, and gain insights into career paths and industry demands.
  6. Software Development and Projects: Computer Science associations often encourage students to engage in software development projects and collaborative initiatives. They may provide resources, mentorship, and guidance for project ideas, helping students gain practical experience and apply their knowledge to real-world problems. These projects can range from mobile apps to web applications, games, and research-oriented software.
  7. Community Outreach and Engagement: Computer Science associations may engage in community outreach activities to promote computer literacy and technology awareness. They may organize coding workshops or mentorship programs for local schools, participate in community service projects that involve technology, or host events that introduce computer science concepts to a wider audience.
  8. Academic Advocacy: Computer Science associations may advocate for the needs and interests of computer science students within the college or university. They may work with faculty and administration to address issues related to curriculum, resources, and facilities. These associations can also represent student concerns in larger computer science organizations or societies.

Overall, the functions of Computer Science associations in college revolve around providing academic support, promoting career development, organizing codefests and coding competitions, offering technical workshops and seminars, facilitating networking opportunities, encouraging software development projects, engaging in community outreach, and advocating for the interests of computer science students.

InCharge

Rahna Hamza

Asstt. Professor (Dep Of Science)

Activities

COMMERCE

  1. Professional Development: Commerce and Management associations aim to promote the professional development of their members. They provide opportunities for members to enhance their knowledge, skills, and competencies in areas relevant to commerce and management through workshops, seminars, training programs, and guest lectures.
  2. Networking and Collaboration: These associations facilitate networking and collaboration among their members. They provide platforms for members to connect with peers, industry professionals, and experts in the field. This networking can lead to valuable connections, mentorship opportunities, and collaborative projects.
  3. Career Support: Commerce and Management associations often offer career support services to their members. They provide information about job opportunities, internships, and career fairs. They may also offer resume-building workshops, interview preparation sessions, and mentorship programs to assist members in their career advancement.
  4. Industry Engagement: These associations aim to bridge the gap between academia and the industry by facilitating engagement with the business community. They organize industry visits, guest lectures, and panel discussions where members can interact with professionals, gain industry insights, and stay updated with the latest trends and practices.
  5. Knowledge Sharing and Research: Commerce and Management associations promote knowledge sharing and research among their members. They may organize conferences, symposiums, and research competitions where members can present their research findings and exchange ideas. These associations may also publish journals or newsletters to disseminate research and industry-related information.
  6. Community Outreach and Social Impact: Many Commerce and Management associations engage in community outreach activities to make a positive social impact. They may organize charity drives, volunteer initiatives, and awareness campaigns on topics such as sustainability, ethical business practices, and corporate social responsibility.
  7. Advocacy and Representation: These associations may advocate for the interests and concerns of commerce and management students and professionals. They may collaborate with educational institutions, industry bodies, and government agencies to address issues related to curriculum, policies, and regulations that affect the field of commerce and management.
  8. Continuing Education: Commerce and Management associations often provide opportunities for lifelong learning and continuing education. They offer workshops, webinars, and professional certification programs to help members stay updated with advancements in the field and enhance their professional qualifications.

InCharge

Sandhya AU

Asstt. Professor (Dep Of Commerce)

Activities

ENGLISH

  1. Language Practice: English Association provides a platform for members to practice and improve their English language skills. They create an environment where members can engage in conversations, discussions, debates, and activities conducted in English, allowing them to enhance their speaking, listening, reading, and writing abilities.
  2. Cultural Exchange: Promote cultural exchange by bringing together individuals from diverse backgrounds who share an interest in the English language and culture. Members can share their cultural experiences, traditions, and perspectives, fostering understanding and appreciation for different cultures.
  3. Reading and Literature: Focus on promoting reading and literature appreciation. They may organize book clubs, where members can discuss and analyze literary works. These clubs may also host author visits, poetry readings, and storytelling sessions to cultivate an interest in literature and develop critical thinking skills.
  4. Public Speaking and Debating: Can serve as a platform for members to enhance their public speaking and debating skills. They may organize public speaking workshops, speech contests, and debate sessions where members can practice effective communication, articulate their ideas, and develop persuasive arguments.
  5. Creative Writing: Often encourages creative writing among members. They may conduct writing workshops, writing competitions, and provide feedback and support for members’ writing projects. These clubs foster creativity, improve writing skills, and provide opportunities for members to share and receive constructive criticism on their work.
  6. Language and Cultural Events: Organize language-related events and activities to engage members and promote English language learning. These events could include language games, quizzes, cultural celebrations, movie nights, or performances related to English-speaking cultures.
  7. Community Outreach:May engage in community outreach initiatives to promote literacy and English language learning. They may organize language learning programs or volunteer at schools, libraries, or community centers to provide support and tutoring to individuals learning English as a second language.
  8. Supportive Environment:Create a supportive and inclusive environment where members can feel comfortable practicing their English skills without fear of judgment or criticism. They provide a space for language learners to build confidence, make friends, and receive encouragement from fellow members.
  9. Personal and Professional Development:Offer opportunities for personal and professional development. They may organize workshops on interview skills, resume writing, or language proficiency exams such as TOEFL or IELTS. These clubs may also invite guest speakers from various industries to share insights and provide career guidance.

InCharge

Aswathy Santhosh

Asstt. Professor (Dep Of Arts)

Activities

ECONOMICS

  1. Academic Research and Publication: Economic Associations often encourage and support academic research in the field of economics. They may publish academic journals, organize research conferences, and provide grants or funding opportunities for researchers. These associations aim to advance the understanding of economic principles, theories, and their applications.
  2. Knowledge Sharing and Dissemination: Economic Associations facilitate the sharing and dissemination of knowledge among economists and the wider community. They may organize seminars, workshops, and webinars where researchers, practitioners, and policymakers can present their findings, discuss economic issues, and exchange ideas. These events promote intellectual discourse and contribute to the development of economic knowledge.
  3. Networking and Collaboration: Economic Associations provide networking opportunities for economists and professionals in related fields. They organize conferences, forums, and networking events where members can interact, establish professional connections, and collaborate on research projects or policy initiatives. These interactions facilitate the exchange of ideas and foster collaborations among economists.
  4. Policy Advocacy and Influence: Economic Associations may engage in policy advocacy and influence to promote evidence-based economic policies. They may conduct research on policy issues, publish policy briefs, and engage with policymakers to provide expert advice and recommendations. These associations aim to contribute to informed policy decisions and foster economic development.
  5. Professional Development: Economic Associations offer professional development opportunities for their members. They may organize training programs, workshops, and skill-building sessions to enhance members’ technical expertise and research methodologies. These activities aim to support the professional growth and career advancement of economists.
  6. Student Support and Mentorship: Economic Associations often provide support and mentorship for students pursuing economics-related studies. They may offer scholarships, research grants, or internships to help students gain practical experience and develop their research skills. These associations also provide mentorship programs connecting students with experienced economists who can guide and support their academic and career endeavors.
  7. Collaboration with Industry and Institutions: Economic Associations collaborate with industry organizations, think tanks, research institutions, and governmental bodies to foster cooperation and exchange knowledge. They may establish partnerships to conduct joint research, organize conferences, or develop policy recommendations. These collaborations contribute to a better understanding of real-world economic issues and strengthen the link between academia and industry.
  8. Public Education and Outreach: Economic Associations often engage in public education and outreach activities to promote economic literacy and raise awareness about economic issues. They may organize public lectures, workshops, and media campaigns to disseminate economic knowledge and address common misconceptions. These initiatives aim to foster a better understanding of economics among the general public.

InCharge

Aiswarya VV

Asstt. Professor (Dep Of Arts)

Activities

WOMEN DEVELOPMENT CELL

ANTI RAGGING CELL

ANTI SEXUAL HARASSMENT CELL

ANTI NARCOTIC CELL

GRIEVANCE & REDRESSAL CELL

SC/ST/OBC/MINORITY CELL

The OBC/SC/ST and Minority Cells in colleges, as instructed by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) and the University Grants Commission (UGC), have specific functions aimed at promoting inclusion, diversity, and equity within the college campus. These functions typically include:

  1. Representation and Support
  2. Reservation and Scholarship Implementation
  3. Sensitization and Awareness
  4. Grievance Redressal
  5. Outreach and Guidance
  6. Collaboration and Networking
  7. Data Collection and Reporting

College Committee

DISCIPLINE COMMITTEE

The objective of our college discipline committee is to promote and maintain a safe, respectful, and productive environment within an organization or institution. The committee is responsible for ensuring and encouraging  rules, policies, and codes of conduct, and addressing any violations or misconduct that occur among students or staff.

 

Common goals include:

  1. Ensuring compliance: The committee ensures that all individuals within the college  adhere to established rules, policies, and codes of conduct. This helps maintain a consistent and fair environment for everyone involved.
  2. Maintaining order: The committee aims to uphold order and discipline within the college. By addressing violations promptly and appropriately, they discourage misconduct and maintain a sense of accountability among students .
  3. Protecting the rights and well-being of individuals: The committee aims to protect the rights, dignity, and well-being of all individuals within the college. This includes addressing any forms of harassment, discrimination, or other harmful behavior that may negatively impact others.
  4. Promoting a positive work or learning environment: By addressing disciplinary issues effectively, the committee helps create an atmosphere that fosters productivity, collaboration, and respect. This encourages a positive work or learning environment for all members.
  5. Facilitating conflict resolution: The committee may act as a mediator to resolve conflicts and disputes between individuals. They work towards finding fair and equitable resolutions that address the underlying issues and restore relationships where possible.
  6. Providing guidance and education: In addition to addressing violations, the committee may offer guidance and education to prevent future misconduct. This can include training sessions, workshops, or informational resources that promote understanding, awareness, and adherence to organizational policies.

The composition of discipline committee 

  • Principal: convenor
  • Senior faculty:chairperson
  • Head of the Departments
  • Teaching Staff 
  • PTA executive member
  • Student representative

EXAMINATION COMMITTEE

Functions of Examination Committee

Make policy decisions in regard to organizing and holding examinations

  • Make rules and regulations for examinations
  • Preparation of OBE based examination manual (Including attainments)
  •  To organize workshops/seminars for Improving examination systems
  • To conduct meetings for moderations 
  •  Implementing examination reforms and to be recommend to Academic Council
  • Constitute Complaint Redressal Committee (CRC) consists of 3 members appointed by the Chairman of the examination committee.
  • CRC shall identify the mechanism to deal with examination related grievances.
  • The recommendations of the CRC shall be approved by the Chairman, EC to take appropriate disciplinary actions. The disciplinary actions shall   be endorsed by the EC
  • Preparing the schedule of examinations (CIA Tests, Model Examinations and end semester examinations)
  • The EC shall make the block and seating arrangement and display them on the concerned department notice board/Institutional website.
  • Collect statistics on various subjects/papers and enrolment therein including roll numbers of students
  • Arrange for paper setting by faculty & printing of QP
  • Prepare examination blocks, requisition invigilators and support staff
  • Conduct the examination as per schedule
  • To appoint internal flying squad, allotment of supervisors and other human resources for smooth conducting of examinations
  •  Calculate and approve the allowance due for invigilation/examination duty
  • To constitute appoint Examination In-Charge (EI) in consultation with the chairman of EC.
  • The EI shall ensure that adequate stationary for conducting examinations
  • The Convener of the Examination Committee shall conduct a pre – exam meeting to brief the members of faculty with regard to the examination procedures and the role and responsibilities of supervisors. A report of same shall be submitted to the chairman of the Examination Committee
  • The Examination Committee shall ensure that the evaluation, moderation and result publication process is completed on time
  • To prepare minutes of meeting/resolution for onward submission to       Academic Council Meeting

Composition of Examination Committee

  • Principal : chairman
  • Vice principal: convenor
  • Chief Examination controller: Teaching staff
  • Assistant examination controller: Teaching staff
  • Committee members: Teaching staffs

 

ELECTION COMMITTEE

Election committee in our college typically has the following functions:

  1. Conducting elections: The primary function of an election committee is to oversee and facilitate the electoral process within the college. This includes organizing and conducting elections for student government positions, student representatives, or any other relevant positions.
  2. Establishing election rules and procedures: The committee is responsible for establishing fair and transparent election rules and procedures. They ensure that the election process is conducted in a democratic manner, following the guidelines set by the college or any relevant governing bodies.
  3. Nomination and candidate vetting: The committee may be involved in the nomination process by setting criteria for eligibility, receiving nominations, and vetting candidates to ensure they meet the requirements for the positions they are running for.
  4. Managing campaign activities: The election committee oversees and regulates campaign activities carried out by candidates. They may establish guidelines to ensure fair campaign practices, such as setting campaign expenditure limits or defining permissible campaign strategies.
  5. Voter registration and outreach: The committee may be responsible for voter registration, ensuring that all eligible students have the opportunity to vote. They may also engage in outreach efforts to promote voter participation and educate students about the election process.
  6. Vote counting and result announcement: After the voting period, the election committee is responsible for securely collecting and counting the votes. They ensure that the process is impartial and accurate. Once the counting is complete, the committee announces the election results to the college community.

The composition of Election committee

  • Principal : Chairman
  • Returning officer: convenor
  • Teaching staffs
  • Student cadets
  • PTA executive member
  • Administrative staff

ARTS COMMITTEE

The prime focus of arts and cultural committees in Le-Ment is to create an environment that fosters artistic expression, promotes cultural diversity, and supports the growth and development of students in the arts. By organizing events, providing resources, and advocating for arts education, these committees play a crucial role in enriching the college experience and nurturing the artistic talents of students.

 

  1. Promoting artistic expression: One of the primary objectives of an Arts Committee is to encourage and support artistic expression among students. This can be achieved through organizing events, workshops, and exhibitions that showcase various forms of art such as painting, sculpture, music, dance, theater, and literature.
  2. Nurturing talent: The committee may aim to identify and nurture talented individuals in the arts and provide them with opportunities to develop their skills. This can involve organizing auditions, talent shows, or providing scholarships, grants, or mentorship programs to help students in their artistic pursuits.
  3. Creating a platform for collaboration: The Arts Committee can serve as a platform for students from different artistic backgrounds to come together, collaborate, and create interdisciplinary projects. This can encourage cross-pollination of ideas and foster a vibrant artistic community within the college.
  4. Organizing cultural events: Another objective may be to organize cultural events that celebrate diversity and promote cultural exchange. These events can include festivals, performances, or exhibitions that showcase the richness of different cultures, traditions, and art forms.
  5. Community engagement: The Arts Committee may strive to engage with the local community and contribute to its cultural development. This can involve outreach programs, art workshops, or partnerships with local organizations, aiming to share the benefits of artistic expression with the wider community.Encouragement to zone level competitions under calicut university,promotion to state level to National level cultural and artistic forums.
  6. Building an appreciation for the arts: The committee may seek to cultivate an appreciation for the arts among students and the college community as a whole. This can be achieved through educational initiatives, such as lectures, seminars, or panel discussions on art history, aesthetics,and the role of art in society.
  7. Advocacy and support: The Arts Committee can act as an advocate for arts education and the inclusion of arts-related subjects within the college curriculum. Additionally, it may provide support and resources to students pursuing artistic careers, such as networking opportunities, career guidance, or information on further education options in the arts.

Composition of Arts committee

  • Principal: chairman
  • Staff coordinator
  • Student coordinator
  • Committee members (Teaching staff)
  • Committee members(students)

 

NAAC COMMITTEE

NSS

HELLO, WELCOME

National Service Scheme

2023

Our Vision

The vision is to build the youth with the mind and spirit to serve the society and work for the social uplift of the down-trodden masses of our nation as a movement.

The National Service Scheme (NSS) unit of Le-Ment college of advanced studies is registered in University of Calicut in the year 2020. The youth development program in India that aims to promote social welfare and community service among young people. The primary objective of the NSS is to develop the personality and character of students through voluntary community service.

Activities

22-07-2023

Skill Development

Le-Ment college

27-06-2023

International drug abuse and illicit trafficking awareness class

Le-Ment college

26-06-2023

Awareness &Flash mob

Bus stand Pattambi

23-06-2023

Blood Donation Camp

In Association with Govt Hospital , Palakkad

InCharge

Mr Rajesh K T

Asstt. Professor (Dep Of Commerce)

19-06-2023

Reading day

GUPS Kizhayur

05-06-2023

Environment Day

31-05-2023

World No Tobacco Day

Le-ment College

NOT ME BUT YOU

STUDENT'S UNION

2023

Our Vision

The vision is to build the youth with the mind and spirit to serve the society and work for the social uplift of the down-trodden masses of our nation as a movement.

Activities

21-06-2021

International yoga day

Virtual Yoga Section

InCharge

Mr Rajesh K T

Asstt. Professor (Dep Of Commerce)

College Magazine

As featured on:
form the desk of the principal

A weak link is better than a strong memory. Nothing exemplifies it better than the nostalgic feeling one gets when leafing through the dusty old pages of his/her college magazine. College magazine is an important medium to depict the college activities.

It offers vast opportunity to young writers to express their views on various topics and creative talents. I earnestly hope that, entire student of the college will make the best use of this opportunity by contributing to the college magazine and the readers will benefit from the knowledge content.

I congratulate all the contributors and the editorial board for bringing out such a beautiful magazine

A college education shows a man how little other people know. Education is not preparation for life, education is life itself.

Every one wants to live on top of the mountains, but all the happiness and growth occurs while you are climbing it, and the world is changed by your example, not your opinion

~ Mohammed Shameel .K

Campus Events

23 May

Ma'assalaaama Farewell Party

Join us as we bid adieu to an unforgettable chapter of our lives and embrace the exciting journey that lies ahead, at the farewell party of Le-Ment College of Advanced Studies.

3 Feb

Inauguration And Film Fest Arts Club

 The Arts Club of Le-Ment College proudly presents its grand Inauguration and Film Fest, where artistry and cinema merge to inspire and captivate

1 May

Shut Down Party College Day

2 May

Sent-of To The Nightingals

5 April

Iftar Meet Decapz

8 Mar

International Womens Day

Science

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