FACILITY

FACILITY

Campus and Infrastructure  

  1. Available Land area in square meters:
  1. Whether the available land is on Ownership basis:YES

S No

Description

Length in Meter

Breadth in Meter

Carpet area in sq. meter

 

 Ground Floor

1

Multipurpose Hall 

19

9.15

173.85

2

Malayalam Class with LCD &internet facilities

9.30

9.15

85.095

3

Physical Science Class with LCD & internet facilities

9.30

9.15

85.095

4

Physical Science lab

6.30

3.60

22.60

5

Physical Science Class II

6.20

3.60

22.60

6

Canteen

3.60

3.00

22.60

7

Managers room with

Toilet cum Bathroom 1

6.20

3.60

3.60

1.40

22.60

5.04

8

Guest Room with

Toilet cum Bathroom 2

6.50

3.60

3.60

1.40

23.40

5.04

9

Gents Rest Room

2.90

2.75

7.98

10

Lobby

9.25

6.00

55.5

11

Toilet 3

1.3

1.3

1.69

12

Toilet 4, 5

1.3

1.3

1.69

13

Toilet cum Bath room 6

2.7

1.3

3.51

14

Wash Area

3.25

1.50

4.88

15

Tools  & Equipments Room

2.90

1.75

5.08

16

Toilet 7

 

 

 

17

Generator Room

 

 

 

 

First Floor

18

Principals Room

Main Room

Toilet cum Bath Room 8

 

6.10

5.60

 

5.60

1.60

 

34.16

8.96

19

Office room

9.30

7.00

65.10

20

Conference Room    with 

Toilet  cum Bath room 9          

9.30

5.60

5.60

1.60

52.08

8.96

21

M.Ed Class I with LCD & internet facilities

9.25

7.00

64.75

22

M.Ed Seminar Hall with interactive Board &Video Conferencing facilities

9.50

9.15

86.93

23

H.O.D’s Room

3.50

3.25

11.38

24

M.Ed  Faculty Room

3.50

3.25

11.38

25

M.Ed  Faculty Room

3.50

3.25

11.38

26

M.Ed  Faculty Room

6.25

3.25

20.13

27

B.Ed Faculty Room

9.50

9.15

86.93

28

Bursar’s  Office

2.90

2.75

7.98

29

Toilets 10,11

1.3

1.3

1.69

30

Toilet cum Bathroom 12

2.7

1.3

3.51

31

Wash Area

3.25

1.50

4.88

32

Lobby

9.25

6.00

55.50

33

Store

3.75

1.50

5.63

34

Sports equipments Room

3.75

1.50

5.63

 

Second Floor

35

Natural Science Class I with interactive board and internet facilities

9.30

9.15

85.095

36

Social Science Class I with interactive board and internet facilities

9.30

9.15

85.095

37

Mathematics Class I with interactive board and internet facilities

9.30

9.15

85.095

38

English  Class I with interactive board and internet facilities

9.30

9.15

85.095

39

Grievance Redressal cell

6.10

3.60

21.96

40

Career Counselling Office

6.10

3.60

21.96

41

Students Rest room

6.10

3.60

21.96

42

UGC – Remedial Coaching

6.10

3.60

21.96

43

Natural Science Lab

3.60

3.10

21.96

44

IQAC Office

5.80

3.60

20.80

45

Store

3.75

1.50

5.63

46

Music equipments Store

2.60

1.50

3.9

47

Prayer room

6.40

3.60

23.04

48

Toilets 13,14,15

Wash Area

1.3

3.60

1.3

1.30

1.69

4.68

49

Lobby

6.00

5.60

33.6

50

Research Extension Office

2.90

2.75

7.98

 

Third floor

 

 

 

51

Auditorium

29.75

15

446.25

52

Store

3.30

3.00

9.9

53

Green room with toilet 16

3.30

3.00

9.9

54

Stage

8.2

15

123

55

Store

3.75

1.5

5.63

56

Toilets 17,18,19

1.3

1.3

1.69

57

Lobby

9.25

6.00

55.50

 

Annex Building

 

 

 

58

Ground Floor

 

 

 

59

Work experience/ SUPW Room

16.20

5.50

89.1

60

TTI Class I

Toilet cum Bathroom 20

5.50

4.30

23.65

61

Holy Spirit Counselling Center

5.50

4.30

23.65

62

Visitor’s room

4.40

3

13.2

63

M.Ed Class II

5.50

5.50

30.25

64

Store

5.50

3

16.5

65

Fitness Center

5.50

5.40

29.7

66

TTI Class II

5.50

3.60

19.8

67

Social Science Class II

6.5

5.40

35.1

 

First Floor

68

English Class II

16.20

5.50

89.1

69

TTI Staff Room

Toilet 21

5.50

4.30

23.65

70

Mathematics Class II

5.50

4.30

23.65

71

Seminar Hall

14.90

5.55

82.695

72

Psychology Lab

5.50

5.50

30.25

73

TTI Principal’s Office Room

4.40

3.00

13.2

74

Store room

5.85

3.70

21.65

75

Natural Science Class II

6.05

5.85

35.39

76

Malayalam Class II

6.15

5.85

35.98

 

Second Floor

77

Research Block

Toilet 22,23

Wash Area

16.20

5.50

89.1

78

ICT Lab cum Network Resource Center with 25 systems

9.00

5.50

49.5

79

Library, Reading Room& Library Store

21.00

8.60

180.6

80

Librarian Office,Photocopier room, stack room, Staff Corner, Ascession Session

Toilet

12.00

15.00

180

81

Digital Library

4.40

3.00

13.2

 

  • Mention if fire safety equipment has been installed                 :         Yes
     
  • Mention the facilities available for differently abled persons

-Ramp -Yes

-Braille learning Materials -Yes

-Wheel Chair -Yes

  • Mention, if Hostel facilities are available     :          Yes

Other facilities available in the Institution:

          1. Principal`s Office
          2. Staff Rooms
          3. Administrative Office
          4. Visitors Room
          5. Seminar Room
          6. Canteen
          7. Separate Toilet facility for male & female students.(this is a women’s’ college, so it is not applicable)

          8. Separate Toilet facility for Staff
          9. Separate Toilet facility for differently abled persons
          10. Parking Space
          11. Open space for Additional Accommodation
          12. Store Room.
          13. Medical facility
          14. Video conference room

          15. Auditorium
          16. Smart Classrooms
          17. Methods Lab
          18. Language Lab
          19. Technology Lab
          20. Psychology Lab
          21. AC- conference hall
          22. Rest Room
          23. Prayer Room
          24. Health centre

          25.sports room

          26. Biology Lab

          27. Physics and Chemistry Lab

          28. Body Fitness Centre

          29. Counseling room

Support Services

TMS through TMC: Touch the Minds of the Students through Tutorial Mentoring and Counseling session.

Tutorial Session is systematically implemented to assist the academically weak students. Each ‘tutor’ acts with a high level of accountability and efficiency in transforming the  academically weak students into integrated women who are capable of facing challenges of the educational front in particular and life in general.

Mentor Teacher System is in vogue in the institution. Teachers are the architects who train and strengthen character and academic competence of students that will not crumble when tested in the crucible of global challenges. Hence, the teachers take a lead role in preparing students for the task lying ahead of them and also in training them to face the challenges and succeed. Fifteen students are assigned to the care of a faculty member, who assumes the role of a mentor and guide to the students.

Remedial Teaching programmes: to ensure academic equity of the academically weak students, remedial teaching programmes are organized.

SkiD (Multi skill development programme): To equip the students to face the competitions in the global world, the institution strives to empower her

students with the latest trends in education and to make all e-literate.

JET - Josephites Efficient in Technology: With the goal of global employability which calls of core competencies in teaching methodology, the institution has embarked upon the policy named JET. To effect this, student teachers are given opportunities for preparing technological aids and handling of technological devices such as computers, LCD Projectors, OHP and Slide projectors. Workshops are conducted on the preparation of teaching-aids. Training is also given in the preparation of powerpoint presentations.

JIC- ‘Josephites in the Community’: Parallel to the intellectual pursuits, the creation of a just society respecting the individual dignity, nurturing secular values and religious harmony and reaching out to the needy without any discrimination predicate our institutional ethos. The Extension Service Unit organizes various activities of JIC (JOSEPHITES IN THE COMMUNITY)like outreach programmes, visits to special schools, blood donation camps, free eye camps, distribution of dress and food packets to the needy.

Spiritual Renewal: The institution organises periodic inter-religious prayer meetings, prayers during the morning assembly, occasional religious instruction by the faculty and experts from outside, retreats and renewal programmes for developing in the student teachers a habit of experiencing God in all events and to lead a life inbued in faith.

UGC NET/SET Coaching: The institution aims at making her students employable in the new millennium. To realize this dream, the institution organizes UGC NET Coaching for the PG Students. It is also open to the students from outside the institution. Members of the college faculty and resource persons from outside are also involved in this service.

Excursion and Study Tours: are conducted every year as part of the training programme.

Celebrations: Carmel day, St.Joseph’s day, Talent’s day, Keralapiravi, Independence day, Mother’s day, Onam, Christmas, Environmental day, World Aids day, Republic day, Alumni day, Sports day, Arts day, College Day, Awards day, Hostel day etc. are celebrated with great enthusiasm. Competitions are also conducted in connection with these days and Prizes are awarded to the winners.

Medical Inspection: Every year doctors from Carmel Hospital conduct a medical check up for our student teachers.

House Activities: There are 4 houses- Mahatma House, Nehru House, Tagore House and Radhakrishna House. Various inter-house competitions are held in connection with Arts Day, Sports Day and celebrations of important days. Judges are selected from among the 4 houses for each item.

Economic support: Scholarships are provided to economically backward students. The following awards are instituted to serve as an incentive to the students:

Endowments/ Scholarships

I. Cardinal Parekattil Silver Jubilee Memorial Prize instituted by him for the student securing Highest Mark in the University Examination.

2. P.T.A. (2001 -2002) Gold Medal and Certificate to the student who secures top mark in B.Ed. University Examination

3. P.T.A. (2001-2002) Cash Award of Rs. 500/- to each optional top scorers with certificates.

4. Late Mr. N. Sivasankara Pillai endowment instituted by Mrs Prasanna

S Pillai for the student who gets highest mark in English Optional.

5. A Special cash award instituted by the management to the SCI ST/ Dalit topper in B.Ed. University Examination.

6. Cash awards Rs. 1000/- to each subject topper by the alumnae of this college.

7. Golden Jubilee Memorial students’ welfare fund Suvarna Rashmi instituted by the Management, PTA and Students (2006-07) to those who are eligible for it.

8. Cash award and special prizes instituted by PTA of each year.

9. Rev. Sr. Philip Neri Memorial Charitable Endowment instituted by Dr. Thampi to a deserving student.

10. Dr. Jessy Mathews Endowment to the student who secure highest grade point in Natural Science Education.

Scholarship from Other Agencies

No. Name of Scholarship Agencies

1 SC Educational Concession District Development Office for Scheduled Caste, Civil Station, Kochi-682 030

2 ST Educational Concession Tribal Development ST Development Moovattupuzha

3 OEC Educational Concession District Development Office for Scheduled Caste, Civil Station, Kochi-682 032

4 OBC Educational Concession District Development Office for Scheduled Caste, Civil Station, Kochi-682 033

5 MG University Merit Scholarship for B.Ed. Students Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam

6 Labour Welfare Fund Scholarship Office of the Labour Welfare Fund Commission, Vellayambalam, Trivandrum

7 Fisheries Education Concession to Fisherman Students Brackish water and training, Ernakulam

8 Panchayath Raj Scholarship for Physically handicapped students Panchayath Raj

9 District Merit Scholarship Office of the District Social Welfare Officer Ernakulam, Civil Station, Kakkanad

10 Vimala Education Fund Educational Agency, St. Joseph Training College

11 Lakshadweep Scholarship Adiministration of the UT of Lakshadweep

12 Post Metric Scholarship toMinority Students Directorate of collegiate education TVM

13 Muslim Girls Scholarship Directorate of collegiate education TVM