Centre for Extended Education

Overview

In order to meet the challenges of education in a fast changing world, Mount Carmel College Autonomous has established the Centre for Extended Education (CEE) in the year 2005 with the objective of empowering our students holistically.

There is an imperative need today to prepare our youth to be successful citizens in a global society.

Credits system

15 hours Theory – 1 credit
20 hours Theory & Practicals – 1 credit 30 hours of practicals – 1 credit

Vision of CEE

  • To empower our students with holistic growth to face and experience the outside world with knowledge
  • Guide the students to reach great heights, practice values and reach out to the society at every stage

The below mentioned are the objectives to bring forward credit courses on campus:

  • Courses are open to all students and other segments of society.
  • Few students opt for a course which gives them an insight into the knowledge beyond the curriculum and others take up courses they’ve always had a desire to learn more.
  • The latest technology & methods of teaching and learning (role play, group discussion, debates, games, presentations, case studies, field visits, projects, online tests, etc.) are used by the facilitators.
  • The courses are tailor-made for our students, ther are cost effective, and classes are not held during their tests/exams.
  • The students with certificate courses and the credits reflecting on their resume/marks card from our courses have an edge over the others in getting selected during an interview. They also have more opportunities to pursue higher education in India/Foreign Universities.
  • CEE helps students with Scholarships/Assistance, if necessary
  • Vocation-based credit courses give an opportunity to our students to test their entrepreneurial skills by starting their own ventures on campus or online.
  • Students are given an opportunity to conduct a course as facilitators if they are certified for the same.
  • CEE recycles clothes, books & stationery by distributing them to our students and those who need them in the society.
  • CEE started solid waste management on campus and recycles E-waste too.

Centre for Extended Education offers a wide range of certificate credit courses across the spectrum of multiple disciplines, to make learning a rich and complete experience.

Trainings offered for the competitive exams:

  • Common Admission Test (CAT)
  • Civil Services/UPSC (IAS,IFS,KAS)
  • Common Proficiency Test (CPT)
  • Campus Recruitment Training (CRT)
  • Bank PO/Clerical Exams, LIC Railways

Diplomas offered:

  • Diploma in Montessori Education
  • Diploma in Travel Management
  • Diploma in Human Rights
  • Diploma de Langue franchise’

Outreach Programs:

  • Carnelite Outreach Program
  • Civic Awareness & Social Responsibility
  • Foundation Course in Disability Science
  • Foundation Course in Human Rights

MCC Toast Masters Club was started in October 2016 by CEE and the E-cell for our students. This is the first all-women club in India. Toast Masters Club helps our students in public speaking, building self-confidence, vocabulary, grammar, networking with other club members and communication. We have won a number of prizes in this short time, to name a few International-level Speech Contest, Area-level Table Topic Contest, Rising Star Award, Win to Pin Award and achieved 5 distinguished Club Points.

Program Structure

Some of the Courses Offered

Animal Cell Culture Lead, its Application and Impact Environmental Legislations Yoga
Aerobics

Billiards

Zumba Body Conditioning Techniques
Sarala Samskritam Basics of Italian, Spanish and Japanese Basics of German Basics of French
Fun with Fingers Candle Making Art and Pottery Puppetry
Ceramic Jewellery Mehendi Fabric Painting Terracotta Jewellery
Quilling Decorative Artificial Fan Making Web Designing ASP.NET Technologies
Tally Digital Ad Marketing MS Excel Auto Cad
Photoshop Exploring Photoshop and Maya Hardware and Networking Secret Intelligence
Corel Draw and Photoshop Soft skills Basic Counselling Skills Life Skills
Foundation Course for Human Rights Fundamentals of Event Management Equity Stock Market Astronomy and Astrophysics
Women Health and Hygiene Forest Ecosystem and Global Warming Personality Enhancement Leaders in Training
Human Resource Management Film Appreciation Game Theory Play and Human Development
Clinical Research Scientific Writing Nutrition Epidemiology CDP - on Local Health, Tradition Medicinal plants and Primary Healthcare
Advanced Techniques for Adaptation in Biological Research Fore-vision to Corporate World Transition to Adulthood Karate
Self-Employment Health and Literacy Performance and Theatre Christian Scriptures
New Venture Creation Capital Market Macro Economics E-commerce
Puppetry Fabric flowers Indian Art Appreciation Western Art Appreciation
Astronomy and Astrophysics Vedic Maths Mathematical Model Making Essential Concepts in Mathematics
Orientation Program in Entrepreneurship Children - Youth and Digital Media Psycho-Social Wellbeing, using Multi Arts and Play Light Music (Rabindra Sangeeth)

CEE Brochure

Contact Us

Feedback

  • At the end of every course, students are given feedback forms
  • Students are also welcome to use the virtual suggestion box

Virtual Suggestion Box

Students can suggest what courses they want the CEE to offer and the suggestions can be locked. Only staff with the password can view these suggestions.

Contact details of CEE

Mrs. Sheela Venugopal Dange
Coordinator
Centre for Extended Education

Overview

Overview

In order to meet the challenges of education in a fast changing world, Mount Carmel College Autonomous has established the Centre for Extended Education (CEE) in the year 2005 with the objective of empowering our students holistically.

There is an imperative need today to prepare our youth to be successful citizens in a global society.

Credits system

15 hours Theory – 1 credit
20 hours Theory & Practicals – 1 credit 30 hours of practicals – 1 credit

Vision of CEE

  • To empower our students with holistic growth to face and experience the outside world with knowledge
  • Guide the students to reach great heights, practice values and reach out to the society at every stage

The below mentioned are the objectives to bring forward credit courses on campus:

  • Courses are open to all students and other segments of society.
  • Few students opt for a course which gives them an insight into the knowledge beyond the curriculum and others take up courses they’ve always had a desire to learn more.
  • The latest technology & methods of teaching and learning (role play, group discussion, debates, games, presentations, case studies, field visits, projects, online tests, etc.) are used by the facilitators.
  • The courses are tailor-made for our students, ther are cost effective, and classes are not held during their tests/exams.
  • The students with certificate courses and the credits reflecting on their resume/marks card from our courses have an edge over the others in getting selected during an interview. They also have more opportunities to pursue higher education in India/Foreign Universities.
  • CEE helps students with Scholarships/Assistance, if necessary
  • Vocation-based credit courses give an opportunity to our students to test their entrepreneurial skills by starting their own ventures on campus or online.
  • Students are given an opportunity to conduct a course as facilitators if they are certified for the same.
  • CEE recycles clothes, books & stationery by distributing them to our students and those who need them in the society.
  • CEE started solid waste management on campus and recycles E-waste too.

Centre for Extended Education offers a wide range of certificate credit courses across the spectrum of multiple disciplines, to make learning a rich and complete experience.

Trainings offered for the competitive exams:

  • Common Admission Test (CAT)
  • Civil Services/UPSC (IAS,IFS,KAS)
  • Common Proficiency Test (CPT)
  • Campus Recruitment Training (CRT)
  • Bank PO/Clerical Exams, LIC Railways

Diplomas offered:

  • Diploma in Montessori Education
  • Diploma in Travel Management
  • Diploma in Human Rights
  • Diploma de Langue franchise’

Outreach Programs:

  • Carnelite Outreach Program
  • Civic Awareness & Social Responsibility
  • Foundation Course in Disability Science
  • Foundation Course in Human Rights

MCC Toast Masters Club was started in October 2016 by CEE and the E-cell for our students. This is the first all-women club in India. Toast Masters Club helps our students in public speaking, building self-confidence, vocabulary, grammar, networking with other club members and communication. We have won a number of prizes in this short time, to name a few International-level Speech Contest, Area-level Table Topic Contest, Rising Star Award, Win to Pin Award and achieved 5 distinguished Club Points.

Program Structure

Program Structure

Some of the Courses Offered

Animal Cell Culture Lead, its Application and Impact Environmental Legislations Yoga
Aerobics

Billiards

Zumba Body Conditioning Techniques
Sarala Samskritam Basics of Italian, Spanish and Japanese Basics of German Basics of French
Fun with Fingers Candle Making Art and Pottery Puppetry
Ceramic Jewellery Mehendi Fabric Painting Terracotta Jewellery
Quilling Decorative Artificial Fan Making Web Designing ASP.NET Technologies
Tally Digital Ad Marketing MS Excel Auto Cad
Photoshop Exploring Photoshop and Maya Hardware and Networking Secret Intelligence
Corel Draw and Photoshop Soft skills Basic Counselling Skills Life Skills
Foundation Course for Human Rights Fundamentals of Event Management Equity Stock Market Astronomy and Astrophysics
Women Health and Hygiene Forest Ecosystem and Global Warming Personality Enhancement Leaders in Training
Human Resource Management Film Appreciation Game Theory Play and Human Development
Clinical Research Scientific Writing Nutrition Epidemiology CDP - on Local Health, Tradition Medicinal plants and Primary Healthcare
Advanced Techniques for Adaptation in Biological Research Fore-vision to Corporate World Transition to Adulthood Karate
Self-Employment Health and Literacy Performance and Theatre Christian Scriptures
New Venture Creation Capital Market Macro Economics E-commerce
Puppetry Fabric flowers Indian Art Appreciation Western Art Appreciation
Astronomy and Astrophysics Vedic Maths Mathematical Model Making Essential Concepts in Mathematics
Orientation Program in Entrepreneurship Children - Youth and Digital Media Psycho-Social Wellbeing, using Multi Arts and Play Light Music (Rabindra Sangeeth)
CEE Brochure

CEE Brochure

Contact Us

Contact Us

Feedback

  • At the end of every course, students are given feedback forms
  • Students are also welcome to use the virtual suggestion box

Virtual Suggestion Box

Students can suggest what courses they want the CEE to offer and the suggestions can be locked. Only staff with the password can view these suggestions.

Contact details of CEE

Mrs. Sheela Venugopal Dange
Coordinator
Centre for Extended Education