Foundation Society -
Shaheed Hemu Kalani Educational Society, Bhopal

Functional Units

IQAC

  • A watchdog committee constituted to take care of upkeep of quality parameters.
  • Committee headed by Principal with a teacher coordinator and members from teaching & non-teaching fraternity.
  • Internal Committee supported by an Extended Committee with external experts from the fields of industry, academia and corporate world.
  • Quality assurance through various strategic interventions and repeated orientation of the stakeholders.
  • Implantation of remedial measures in areas of weak performance level.
  • Regular meetings for planning and for making the system sensitive towards quality till quality becomes a lifeline for each functionary.

Training & Placement Cell

  • A proactive and vibrant Training and Placement Cell takes care of the needs of the students in specific areas.
  • In the beginning of the session, the TPC interacts with students formally and informally to make a TNA (Total Needs Assessment) Study.
  • Training sessions for students are organized at regular intervals on communication skills, interview skills, group discussion and overall grooming.
  • Various employers are invited on the campus for campus interview for placement.
  • Students are also expose to the placement interview off campus.
  • The job opportunities available in the market in various sectors are displayed on the identified notice boards for the benefit of students.

Grievance Redressal Cell

  • In order to provide opportunity to the stakeholders to raise their grievances, a Grievance Redressal Cell is constituted with teacher members and under the Chairmanship of Principal.
  • The Cell has installed suggestion boxes at various prominent locations of the building to facilitate the stakeholders.
  • Suggestions given by stakeholders specially students are collected and reviewed on each Friday in presence of Principal.
  • Immediate action is taken on judicious critical suggestions and it is notified on the notice boards.
  • It is a very sensitive and dependable mechanism to reach to the stakeholders and to address their concerns effectively.

UGC Cell

  • The college has established a UGC Cell keeping the fact in mind that University Grants Commission is the National Level Organization responsible for monitoring coordinating and controlling higher education across the country.
  • The Cell keeps a track of UGC schemes in every plan period as well as the identified thrust areas so that the whole working of the college is able to address to those areas.

Equal Opportunity Cell

  • Equal Opportunity Cell is an important functional unit of the college looking after the specific needs of the students of the deprived groups.
  • The Cell identifies needs of such students and develop strategies to benefit the students.
  • Students belonging to Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe, Physically Challenged, Other Backward Classes (non-creamy layer) and economically weaker sections come under this category. As it is a girls college, women are not taken under this category.
  • Besides above categories students belonging to minority groups are also covered under this Cell.
  • The Cell facilitates filling up of forms for various government scholarships along with necessary documents and processing of their application forms.
  • Information about various types of available scholarships is disseminated for the benefit of the students at a prominent place on the notice board as well as in the college prospectus.
  • The Cell also organizes orientation programs, motivational lectures and remedial classes for bringing the students in the main stream.
  • The Cell works with full sensitivity and dedication.

Green Audit Committee

  • A proactive and enlightened Green Audit Committee helps to keep the environment on the campus pollution free and neat & clean.
  • The committee comprises of teachers and students who work hand in hand to take care of the campus.
  • The whole campus is divided in to seven stations, each station looked after by a teacher and five volunteers.
  • The teachers and volunteers are provided with a green audit batch to give then identity on the campus.
  • The committee has ensured systematic disposal of the garbage by classifying them in to biodegradable and non-degradable components.

Schemes & Special Programs

  • NSS
  • NCC
  • Guardian Tutor Scheme
  • Student Union

National Social Service Scheme (NSS)

  • It is a centrally sponsored scheme run by educational institutions.
  • College has three NSS units, two sponsored and one self-financing.
  • The total number of volunteers registered under NSS is 250, 200 in 2 sponsored units and 50 in self-financing unit.
  • NSS conducts routine activities throughout the year besides holding a camp in the adopted village for seven days.
  • Other types of camps are also organized by NSS like blood donation camp, thyroid detection camp, thalassemia camp, aids awareness camp, environmental awareness rallies etc.
  • NSS is a powerful scheme run efficiently by college leading to State level and National level awards to our student volunteers.
  • Every year an award is given by the institution to the best NSS volunteer. This acts as a motivational factor and promotes NSS amongst students.

National Cadet Corps (NCC)

  • College is hosting one NCC unit on self-financing basis. We have the Naval Wing.
  • NCC is a National Scheme run by educational institutions with a motto to inculcate the feeling of patriotism amongst students. It also helps in motivating the students towards disciplined life.
  • There is a Teacher In-charge to take care of the activities under NCC. Besides Parade, students participated in various camps within and outside the State.
  • Students regularly appear in "B" & "C" certificate exams. 18 students have cleared "B" Certificate exam and 11 are declared successful in "C" Certificate exam

Guardian Tutor Scheme

  • The objective of the scheme is to develop better rapport between teachers and students.
  • Students are divided in to small groups of 30 each and each group is allotted to one individual teacher who acts as their Guardian Tutor and performs the duty of being their friend-philosopher-guide.
  • On the first Saturday of every month, first two periods are allotted for a meeting of the students with their Guardian Tutor. A regular timetable is drawn room-wise for smooth conduction of the meetings.
  • The Guardian Tutor is free to use the allotted time the way she likes. Purpose is to develop a relationship of mutual faith and integrity so that the student can open up sharing her problems/concerns/difficulties, both personal and professional with the Guardian Tutor.
  • The Guardian Tutor informally collects lot of information from the students regarding institution, teaching learning and other areas of relevance.
  • After the meeting, the Guardian Tutor has to submit the report of her experience with the students. This report is compiled and the relevant issues are discussed at higher level. Wherever possible immediate action is taken.
  • At present there are 45 Guardian Tutor groups.
  • The entire scheme is coordinated and monitored by a senior faculty deputed by the Principal.
  • The scheme has positive impact on the growth and the development of the students on one hand and on the other hand on the governance of the institution.

Student Union

  • The Student Union Committee works under the supervision of Union Advisor appointed by the Principal for an academic session.
  • As there is a ban on the elections of student union, there are no student member on the student union committee. However, all the activities are organized by the teacher members in the best possible way.
  • The committee takes care of all extra-curricular activities on the campus organized from time to time.
  • The Student Union Committee acts as a bridge between the students and the institution.
  • It is also responsible for encouraging the students to participate in as many activities as possible throughout the year.

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