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Commerce & Management Association

Co - Ordinators: Commerce Association

  • Ms. Vijaya Caroline W
  • Ms. Ibanri Dalin Wankhar
  • Ms. Jaikala L
  • Ms. Aishwarya K

Secretaries: Commerce Association

  • CECILIA ALMEIDA
  • SYEDA JAVERIA
  • YUKTHA JAIN
  • TARU SURESH

Proposed Activities:

  1. Fresher’s Day Events – Market Empress
  2. Cul-Week Events
  3. Undercurrents
  4. Crosscurrents – The Avant-Garde
  5. Cul-ah events
Business & Management Association

Co - Ordinators: Management Association

  • Ms. Mamatha Rani
  • Ms. Priyanka Joe

Secretaries: Management Association

  • AISHYANA SINGH
  • SHREYA MADAN
  • ZAYNA JAVID

Proposed Activities:

  1. Intra Class Management Fest: SACROSANCT
  2. National Level Student Paper Presentation: ZODHA
  3. National Level Management Fest: CARPEDIEM
  4. TGIF (Thank God It’s Friday): TGIF
  5. Newsletter: BIZ WALL
  6. Industrial Visit: I.V
  7. Guest Lectures & Workshop: INDUSTRY INPUTS

We also, organize myriad events during Fresher’s Week, Cul Week and Cul-Ah!

Humanities Association

Co - Ordinators: 

  • Ms. Soumya Ram H V
  • Ms. Tania Mukherjee M
  • Ms. Monika B A
  • Dr. Mamata V Freeman

Secretaries: 

  • PAAKHI JHAMB
  • BHARGAVI D
  • SHRIJA BHATTACHARYA

Proposed Activities:

  1. 70 years Celebration of 8 Humanities Departments
  2. International Conference on Sports and Fitness
  3. Community Development Programmes
  4. Annual Humanities Fest

We also, organize myriad events during Cul-Week, Fresher’s Day, Cul-Ah, etc.

Communication Club

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Ms. Sahana Das

Secretaries: 

  • HARINI MS
  • SUSHRAAVYA KASI

Proposed Activities:

  1. We play host to various events during fests such as Big Fat Media Game Show, The Hot Seat, Improv, etc.
  2. We offer Production Assistance for events in the college such as, during the 3-day Cultural Extravaganza, MCC’s Jubilee Year celebrating their presence in the field of education for 70 years, Independence Day and Republic Day events.
  3. CommE Live – An Exhibition of works by the Department of Communication Studies.
  4. Screenings – Film Screenings by the final year Communication Studies students in 2019.
  5. Radio Club – ‘Radio Carmelive’ – MCC’s own In-house Radio that will be run by the students of Communication Studies.
  6. We organize events during the Fresher’s Week, Cul Week and Cul-Ah!
Artha – Department Of Economics

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Dr. C J Lakshmi
  • Dr. Kaumudi Misra

Secretaries: 

  • UG – JAHNVI RANJAN
    RUSHITA MANIRAJU BOGHINENI
  • PG – MUREAL GURIA
    SWARNALI DEY

Proposed Activities:

  1. We organize a ‘Pick and speak – 2 minutes to win it’ and an ‘Eco Act- enacting Macro issues’ event for the Department completing 70 years – 5th and 6th July
  2. A ‘Treasure Hunt’ in collaboration with the Women’s Cell for Fresher’s week
  3. ’10 questions to guess the Economist’ for Cul Week
  4. A quiz, debate or mock stock event for Cul-Ah!
  5. A series of panel discussions, presentations and guest lectures for ‘Eco Day’ to be held once during the year.
  6. We organize events during Fresher’s Week, Cul Week and Cul-Ah!
The Literary Association

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Ms Revathi P M

Secretaries: 

  • Shrenya Soni
  • Munira Electricwala

Proposed Activities:

  1. To conduct a variety of interactive sessions on books, films, and poetry throughout the year.
  2. To organize talks by our MCC teachers and distinguished guests from the literary world.
  3. To conduct film and documentary screenings and discussions on the same.
  4. To attend important literary events in the city with the members of the association.
  5. To send association members to various intercollegiate fests.
  6. To organize events during the Fresher’s Week, Cul Week and Cul-Ah.
History Association

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Dr. Sujin Babu

Secretaries: 

  • Shrestha Medhi
  • Sohini Mandal

Proposed Activities:

  1. To organise interesting events to promote the active participation and interest of students for Fresher’s day, Cul week, Manan (Humanities fest) and Cul-ah.
  2. To start a newsletter to provide a platform for students to express their opinions about various topics in the discipline.
  3. To create an independent discussion forum where topics of interest and relevance will be shared, discussed and exchanged.
  4. To conduct Heritage Walks for students to create awareness about fascinating events and people that helped shape Bangalore.
  5. To screen documentaries related to the subject.
  6. To organise guest lectures, panel discussions, interactive sessions and workshops.
  7. To organize events during Fresher’s Week,Cul Week and Cul-Ah!
Journalism Department

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Ms. Juliana Lazarus

Secretaries: 

  • Arya Muralidharan
  • Aditi Subramanian

Proposed Activities:

  1. College Newspaper – In collaboration with our students, we will launch a college newspaper. A paper of the students, by the students and for the students!
  2. Meet the Press – We will provide incredible opportunities for Carmelites to meet members of the press and engage in discussions.
  3. Ted X – We will host sessions with experts who can provide invigorating advice for Carmelites!
  4. Ted Salon – We watch TED talks, and host a few speakers to initiate informal discussions where we can re-engage Carmelites and spark
    discussions on issues of interest for our local community.
  5. Community Service – We will organize events to help people in our community who are in need of a helping hand.
  6. In addition to this, we organize events during Fresher’s Week, Cul Week and Cul-Ah!
Psychology Association

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Mrs Aabharna

Secretaries: 

  • Ekta Agiwal
  • Vasundhara V.N
  • Khushi M Sanghani

Proposed Activities:

  1. Handling the Department Blog – The Soapbox
  2. Annual Newsletter
  3. Lunch break activities to discuss various Psychological issues through symposiums/guest lectures/seminars
  4. Inter-collegiate fests and activities conducted during Cul-Week, Cul Ah!, etc.
Sociology Association

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Ms. Kalavathi P

Secretaries: 

  • Aditi Shetty
  • Smriti Easwar
  • Maitreyi Vijayan

Proposed Activities:

  1. We organise workshops, seminars, guest lectures and field visits to industries, hospitals and NGOS.
  2. We conduct competitive events and organise the celebration for Human Rights Day.
  3. We work on Newsletters and screen enriching documentaries.
  4. We organize events during Fresher’s Week, Cul Week and Cul-Ah!
Department of Travel and Tourism

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Ms. Neha Paul

Secretaries: 

  • Ms. Khushi Kinger
  • Ms. Sanjana Varandani
  • Ms. Ananya Vakde

Proposed Activities:

  1. Proposed Participation in Fresher’s, Cul week, Humanities Fest, Cul-ah
  2. Proposed Tt Fest: Irefestum and Workshops
  3. Proposed Industrial Visits
  4. International and Domestic Tours
Political Science Association

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Ms. Alice Mathew

Secretaries: 

  • Niranjana R Nair
  • Eram Fathima
  • Aparajita Nair Dmonty

Proposed Activities:

  1. Film screenings, workshops and panel discussions.
  2. Collaborations with Social Organisations and Charitable Groups.
  3. Mock Parliaments and MUNs.
  4. Talk by eminent personalities and inter college paper presentations.
  5. Credit courses on Political Journalism, Modern Political Campaigning and Regional Organisation & Development.
  6. Visits to State Legislatures and Interning with Government Departments.
  7. Language Associations.
Gairvani – The Sanskrit Association

Co - Ordinators: 

  • Dr. Jyothirmayi. PC

Secretaries: 

  • Ketaki
  • Chaitra

Proposed Activities:

  1. Credit courses – Yoga Psychology, Bhagavad Gita, Upanishads, Functional Sanskrit, etc.
  2. Organising of Language Lab workshops.
  3. Spearheading “Vidyaa Daan”: a Community Development Program.
  4. Digitizing ancient Sanskrit Texts.
  5. Field visit to Sanskrit peaking villages such as Mathur.
  6. We organize events during Fresher’s Week, Cul Week and Cul-Ah.
Hindi Association

Co - Ordinators: 

  • Dr. Koyal Biswas

Secretaries: 

  • Arshiya
  • Dhriti R Puthran

Proposed Activities:

  1. Lecture and a workshop for the 2nd year.
  2. Guest Lecture for 1st years and organizing Inter-collegiate fests
  3. Dance drama, workshops, holiday seasons and some other workshops are currently, being planned.
  4. Film Screening
  5. We organize events during the Fresher’s Week, Cul Week and Cul-Ah.
German Department

Co - Ordinators: 

  • Ms Lizy Wilson

Secretaries: 

  • Abha G Warrier
  • C Nanditha
  • Priyanka Pandey
  • Khushi Chouhan

Proposed Activities:

The following shows the data regarding the events and the fests that the German department will participate in:

  1. Fresher’s Day
  2. Cul week
  3. Cul-ah
  4. Humanities fest
  5. German fest
French Association

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Ms. Smitha K R

Secretaries: 

  • Diksha Sharma
  • Anisha Srikar
  • Varahini Senthil Nathan
  • M. Hemamayi

Proposed Activities:

  1. Fresher’s Day: Qu’est ce que c’est?
  2. Cul-week: Taboo, Connexion, pétanque.
  3. French Fest: Theatre, Choir, French food trucks, competitions and more.
  4. Cul-ah: Taboo, Pétanque, Connexion.
Science Association

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Dr. Mahua Ghosh

Assistant Co-ordinators:

  • Ms. Nikita M Jain
  • Ms. Nandiswari D
  • Ms. Jayanthi D
  • Ms. Srishti Kumari

Secretaries:

  • Jalak J Mehta
  • Harshavardhini S
  • Shubha
  • Namitha P
Department of Biotechnology``Biogeneiacs``

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Ms. Nivedita Patil

Secretaries: 

  • Iqra Tarunnum
  • Josna C J
  • Jyothsna P V
  • S Mayuri

Proposed Activities:

  1. Cul-week
    a) Tic Tac Toe Charades
    b) Box of Lies
    c) Balloon Pyramid
  2. Cul-Ah
    a) Knockout
    b) Wonderland Mysteries
    c) Mute a Picture
  3. Workshop: Two-day workshop on “Basics in Bioinformatics” for final year BSc Students
  4. Industrial Visit: Study tour to Mandya Milk Industry and Heritage Wines
  5. Guest Lectures
Department of Botany – ``Prakruthi``

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Ms. Jayanthi D

Secretaries: 

  • Muskan Mathur
  • Nisarga S Naik
  • Khushboo Pradhan

Proposed Activities:

  1. Science Academies’ Lecture Workshop on “Recent trends in Plant Taxonomy, Conservation Biology and Ethnobotany”
  2. National conference
  3. Nature Walk- Awareness Activity
  4. Publication of Botany Annual Newsletter Volume 4- BLOSSOM
  5. Credit course: CDP – medicinal plants used in primary health care
  6. Field trip and MPCA visit to introduce students to biodiversity. Visit to orphanages to spread awareness of the role of medicinal plants in primary health care
  7. Samrohana: Workshop for UG/PG students
  8. Fun and educational events: Freshers’ Day: Treasure Quest, Cul-Week: Floral fashion, Cul-ah: Minutes of Mayhem, Herba Art, Food fest.
Department of Chemistry

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Dr. Nethravathi

Secretaries:

  • Tanusa Shabeer
  • Harshitha Ht

Proposed Activities:

  1. INSPIRE – DST sponsored education camp for 11th & 12th science students
  2. Community Development Programme (CDP): Lead – its application and impact (credit programme)
  3. Internship Program: Industry-Academia Interface ― Seminar by entrepreneurs & presentation by students
  4. Fresher’s Week & Science Fest: Quiz, Treasure Hunt, Pictionary etc
  5. Newsletter: Publication of the newsletter “Radiance” PG Department of Biochemistry
  6. Lecture Series: Science Academy Lecture Workshop
  7. CDP: Chemistry and Biochemistry in Daily Life for High school students
  8. Industrial Visit: CFTRI, Sami Labs, IBAB
  9. Workshop at Biozeen
Department of Computer Science

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Ms. Agnes Vidhya A

Secretaries: 

  • Anubha Singh
  • Kanupriya Guha

Proposed Activities:

  1. Techforte: Departmental Fest, Theme: Techno Trendz
  2. Annual Newsletter: “Digitally Yours”; Theme: Techno Trendz
  3. Fresher’s Day: Decrypt the Puzzle
  4. Science Day: TechBee and Pictogram
  5. Cul Week: Minute to Win It, Tech Grandmaster, Girls Who Code, Googler and Techno Hunt
  6. Cul-Ah: IT Manager, Quiz Buzzer, Coding and Debugging, PunMaster
Department of Electronics

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Ms. Hasitha.K

Secretaries: 

  • Rakshita.S
  • S Shalini Katherin
  • Vallabhaneni

Proposed Activities:

  1. The twelfth edition of Newsletter ‘CARMELTRONICS’ will be released.
  2. Wall Magazine to keep the students updated about the new inventions in the field of science.
  3. Guest Lectures
  4. Industrial Visits
  5. Workshops will be held during the year.
  6. We organize events during Fresher’s Week, Cul Week and Cul-Ah.
Department of Environmental Science

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Dr. Ranjini Ramesh

Secretaries:

  • Joanna Christopher
  • Nilina Sibi

Proposed Activities:

  1. Community development program
    -Plastic straw awareness drive with documentary
  2. Pot making
  3. Clean up drive in Vasanth Nagar
  4. Nature walk
  5. Urban gardening seminar
  6. Speakers with environmental background
  7. Field Visits: Industrial visit/Trash trail
  8. Academic Guidelines: Career counselling
  9. We organize events during Fresher’s Week, Cul Week and Cul-Ah
Department of Computer Science

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Ms. Sophia Shalini G.B

Secretaries: 

  • P V Sirisha
  • Shambhavi Mishra

Proposed Activities:

  1. Treasure Hunt
  2. Minute to Win It
  3. Lecture Series
  4. Pictionary
  5. Find Your Luck
  6. Rapid Fire Round
  7. Quiz
  8. Classic Sudoku
  9. Dumb Charades
  10. Blind Folded Game
  11. We organize events during Fresher’s Week, Cul Week and Cul-Ah.
Department of Microbiology- ``Microzone``

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Ms. Anu Mariam Kurian

Secretaries: 

  • Manasvi Balachandran
  • Amina Beevi K

Proposed Activities:

  1. Publishing of the annual newsletter – MICROZONE
  2. JOURNAL CLUB – Herein, our students are provided with the opportunity to present research papers of their interest and also conduct enriching group discussions.
  3. Conducting Awareness Programmes through Flash Mobs and Street Plays – the newly identified viruses (like Nipah Virus) and the precautionary measures to be taken.
  4. Research Projects and Industrial Visits to enhance the academic and practical skills of the students.
  5. Workshops to educate school children about personal hygiene and communicable diseases.
  6. Conducting fun and educational events and games during fests that encourage students of all streams to participate.
  7. Guest Lectures to educate students about the scope and latest developments in the field of microbiology.
  8. We organize events during Fresher’s Week, Cul Week and Cul-Ah!
Department of Physics

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Ms. Mahua Ghosh

Secretaries:

  • Nisarga Da
  • Jasleen Kaur Sondhi

Proposed Activities:

  1. Guest lectures
  2. Visit to research laboratories
  3. Extension activities
  4. Debate/public speaking sessions
  5. Workshops
  6. Fun activities with physics
  7. We organize events during Fresher’s Week, Cul Week and Cul-Ah!
Department of Statistics and Analytics

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Ms. Ambika

Secretaries: 

  • Udaya Vahini
  • P. Aarti
  • Malavika Radhakrishnan

Proposed Activities:

  1. Workshops on ‘Data analysis using statistical software’
  2. Knowledge sharing between B.Sc. and B.Voc (Analytics) students
  3. Community development program
  4. Guest lectures from academicians and industry experts
  5. Organising events on National Statistics Day ( 29th June 2018)
  6. Field visit to NSSO
  7. Weekly group discussions related to Statistics and Analytics
  8. Competitions (inter and intra)
  9. Newsletter (Sankhyiki)
  10. Conduct programs related to Applications of Analytics for Business Executives
  11. We organize events during Fresher’s Week, Cul Week and Cul-Ah
Department of Zoology

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Mr. Deepak P.

Secretaries: 

  • Sampritha K S
  • Vaibhavi Bharadwaj

Proposed Activities:

  1. Keeping students engaged in various activities conducted by association throughout the year
  2. Conducting events for inter-collegiate and intra-collegiate fests
  3. Arranging academic workshops for students
  4. Organizing talks and seminars by diverse speakers
  5. Publishing the yearly newsletter- ‘ZOOLOGIC’
  6. We organize events during Fresher’s Week, Cul Week and Cul-Ah
Department of Home Science

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Dr. Sapna Dinesh

Secretaries:

  • Komal J Rathod
  • Ghazala Aiman

Proposed Activities:

  1. Fresher’s Day event in collaboration with IDM
  2. Cul week: workshop on ‘Satin Crochet’
  3. Science Fest: Guest speakers
  4. Cul-Ah: Guess the ‘Strange disease’, Mocktail making
  5. Create a page on Instagram named ‘Home scientists’
  6. Nutrition Week Celebration
Department of Nutrition & Dietetics

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Ms. Deepa Radhakrishnan

Secretaries: 

  • Vaishnavi Omkar
  • P.Soujanya

Proposed Activities:

  1. Pictionary to be conducted for Fresher’s Day
  2. Various events will also be conducted for the Science fest, Cul-week and Cul-ah, based on the theme of the fest
  3. The association also celebrates Breastfeeding Week (1st – 7th August) and Nutrition Week (1st – 7th September) during which we create awareness regarding various nutrition related issues
  4. Celebrate Dietetics Day in month of January
  5. Conduct various workshops and seminars
  6. Annual Newsletter – Nutrizone
Department of Human Development

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Dr. Sujata Gupta Kedar

Secretaries: 

  • Eifa Armar
  • Harshita Shah

Proposed Activities:

  1. Fresher’s Day: Pictionary
  2. Cul week: Quiz
  3. Cul-Ah: Fun with words
  4. Science Day: The blind fold game
  5. Workshops, panel discussions, sensitisation programs and seminars will be conducted throughout
    the year
Department of Interior Design and Management

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Dr. Nagalakshmi.C.S

Secretaries:

  • Tiffany Felix
  • Sneha Ga

Proposed Activities:

  1. Fresher’s Day event in collaboration with Home Science Department
  2. Cul Week: Photography competition on architecture
  3. Science Fest: ID Gallery
  4. Cul Ah: Competitions on Signage and logo designing
  5. Pottery Workshop
  6. Guest Speaker for a talk on Entrepreneurship
Department of Fashion & Apparel Design

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Ms. D. Nandiswari

Secretaries: 

  • Rose Joby
  • Siwangi Chaubey

Proposed Activities:

  1. Fashion Hunt
  2. Lipsense
  3. Brand It Up
  4. Create Your Own Runway
  5. Fashion Relay
  6. Beauty Trivia
  7. Neo Fashionista, Goldenista & Fashionista
  8. Industrial Visits and Workshops
  9. We organize events during Fresher’s Week, Cul Week and Cul-Ah
Christian Students Association

Co - Ordinators: 

  • Ms. Candida Smitha
  • Ms. Michelle Vaz
  • Ms. Lizzy Wilson
  • Ms. Priyanka Joe
  • Dr. G Robin Wilson

Secretaries: 

  • Deborah Divya Phillip
  • Sharon Rose
  • Angelina Mary. H

Proposed Activities:

  1. To integrate people in the faith of Christ through various events
  2. To organize the feast of our Lady of Mount Carmel, Thanksgiving Mass, and various other programs in college
  3. To organise events during Fresher’s, Cul-week and Cul- Ah
  4. To organise our annual intercollegiate fest – STAUROS
  5. To participate in various intercollegiate gospel fests
  6. Christmas mass and programs, inclusive of a food fest and outreach programs
Fashion Team

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Ms. Anncee Stephens

Secretaries:

  • Yuktha Edigar
  • Sneha Varghese

Proposed Activities:

  1. Introduction of the fashion team during the Cul-week
  2. Fashion show for Cul-ah finale, we also ensure that we put up a showcase for Carpedium
  3. The team will present a show for the finals during Khel
  4. Fashion show for the French Fest Participation in various inter collegiate fests – 2018-19
  5. Metrolife
  6. SJCC (Dhwani)
  7. CMS (Lasya)
Mount Carmel Centre for INNOVATION, INCUBATION AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP (Mcciie)

Co - Ordinators: 

  • Dr. Shanthi S And Team

Secretaries: 

  • PG
    Shreya R
    Suha Tanzeem
  • UG-
    Sanjana Shekar
    Siri Patil

Proposed Activities:

  1. To organise E-Week – a week filled with multiple events, workshops, talks, a start-up internship day and MCC Santhe – a flea market
  2. Every Friday, we organize TGIF to encourage budding entrepreneurs on campus and also conduct various workshops
  3. Brunch with the Boss: An Interactive Talk by CEO”s of Start-up Companies hosted on every 4th Saturday of the month
  4. 30 hour credit course on “Starting a Start-up”
  5. We organize events during the Fresher’s Week, Cul Week and Cul-Ah
Fine Arts Association(The Elysian Club)

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Dr. Nagalakshmi C S

Secretaries: 

  • Pragya Jaiswal
  • Koshika Parakh

Proposed Activities:

  1. To decorate and beautify the College campus during cultural events based on the themes and requirements of the college
  2. To participate in Intercollegiate Fests
  3. To conduct various events during Fresher’s week, Cul-week and Cul-Ah
  4. To organize workshops for all the interested students in College
Indian Dance Association(Samriddhi)

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Dr.shalini P

Secretaries:

  • Aditi Swaminathan
  • Poornashree Anand

Proposed Activities:

  1. We organise the following events on these specific occasions:
    – Freshers Day, Cul-week: Solo Dance & Duet Dance
    – Cul-ah: Solo Dance & Group Dance
  2. Dance Workshops
  3. Classical Dance Festival – “Narthaka”
Indian Music Association (Moksha)

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Dr. Koyal Biswas

Secretaries: 

  • Sneha Sri Varshini P B
  • Vidula Venugopal

Proposed Activities:

  1. To collaborate with IDA and Hind Association on Fresher’s day
  2. To conduct events for Cul-week and Cul ah
  3. To participate in various intercollegiate and outstation fests
  4. To organize workshops for the underprivileged
International Students Association

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Mrs. Archana Sundar

Secretaries: 

  • Mushkaan Jain
  • Supriya Joshi

Proposed Activities:

  1. Organize competitions during Cul-week, Cul-ah
  2. Conduct programmes to create friends without borders, connecting Indian students and International students
  3. Represent different cultures through dance and fashion shows
  4. Take part in cultural programmes
  5. Organizing competitions with other colleges to showcase various talents
Kannada Sangha

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Dr Ravish H V

Secretaries:

  • Bhavana B.S
  • Jahanavi JY
  • Sai Sameeksha

Proposed Activities:

  1. Conducting events for Fresher’s day, the celebration of Humanities Department on completing 70 years, Cul week, Cul-ah, Manan
  2. Conducting workshops on play and folk art
  3. We also conduct and participate in many intra and inter collegiate fests
  4. We ensure that we organize and perform at the Annual Kannada Festival – “Kannadothsava”
  5. We invite amateur drama teams and stage many plays
Mcc Model United Nations Society(MUNSOC)

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Mr. Nitin Manyanath

Secretaries: 

  • Anusha Srivastava
  • Shariyah Rahman

Proposed Activities:

  1. Public speaking workshop by seasoned debaters’ in the craft while increasing inter-association collaboration
  2. Launch of the second edition of the Bangalore conference
  3. Creating an “MCC Delegation” which will represent the college at numerous conferences
  4. Planning out a newsletter covering the workings and related subject matter of the association
  5. Empowering members to debate logically with conviction and creating an all-encompassing experience for those within the society
MCC Toastmasters Club

Co - Ordinators: 

  • Ms.Sumita Kumar
  • Ms. Naria

Secretaries: 

  • Richa Thacker
  • Sukruthi Sridhara

Proposed Activities:

  1. To prepare a friendly forum to help fellow Carmelites battle their stage fear
  2. To inculcate valuable skills in leadership and teamwork by focusing on the needs of our members
  3. To encourage our members to hone their skills of speech crafting by exposing them to speeches from Distinguished Speakers from the Toastmasters fraternity
  4. To conduct more edutainment sessions – a mixture of entertainment and education to ensure we learn while having fun
  5. To inspire our members to be more proactive in participating in club activities so that they can garner confidence to be better speakers
Ncc( National Cadet Corps)

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Maj. Dr. Shantha Maria

Secretaries:

  • L/CPL. S Aishwarya
  • L/CPL. R Maheshwari

Proposed Activities:

  1. Institution Activities – Drill
  2. Adventure Activities – Trekking, Rock Climbing
  3. Social Welfare – Blood donation, NGO/village Adoption

National Service Scheme

Co - Ordinators: 

  • Mr. Govinda Gowda HG
  • Mrs. Vimala Preetham
  • Mrs. Padmashree CR

Secretaries: 

  • Sahana Dinesh
  • Bhagya Shalini R

Proposed Activities:

  1. Regular NSS activities in the Campus and Special Camps in villages
  2. Adoption of a Slum and Village
  3. Medical Awareness Camps like Blood Donation, AIDs, Eye Donation and Community development Programs
  4. Women and Children Welfare Awareness programs
  5. “Each One Teach One “Program
  6. Sampling of plants and creating NSS Garden
  7. Arrangement of free bus passes and notebooks for needy students
  8. Implementation of the “Swach Bharath Abhiyan” program

Photography Association (OH! SNAP)

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Ms. Adline Clare

Secretaries: 

  • Sneha Sengupta
  • Malavika Nair

Proposed Activities:

  1. To conduct photo-walks and workshops
  2. To conduct events like treasure hunt and on-spot photography during fests
  3. To cover all events conducted in college throughout the year
Public Speaking Association

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Dr. Atul Jayakrishnan

Secretaries:

  • K Esha Shetty
  • Nishika Krishna

Proposed Activities:

  1. To host and offer opportunities for students through Parliamentary debates, Normal debates, Jam Sessions by the end of July
  2. To conduct one on one interactions with our members, merge and collaborate with other associations, create and execute our plan for major slam fest by August and upload tutorial videos onto our webpage
  3. Creating a safe space for emerging public speakers and to provide students with an equal opportunity to those interested in art forms
Quiz Association

Co - Ordinators: 

  • Dr. Shalini B U
  • Dr. Nethravathi C
  • Mr. Vibhu Vasudev

Secretaries: 

  • Tunga P.R.
  • Jahnvi. Singh
  • Syeda Sana

Proposed Activities:

  1. To participate in intercollegiate fests through quizzing events
  2. To organize quizzing events during the Fresher’s day, Cul week, Cul-ah
  3. To increase the participation in different genre of quizzes
  4. To make students more inquisitive and curious
Sports Association

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Dr. Mary Dolly

Secretary

  • Rashmika Rajan

Proposed Activities:

  1. To conduct Sports Day in the month of September
  2. To conduct events during Fresher’s day and Cul-Week
  3. To organise an inter college sports fest – Khel
  4. To host an intra-college sports fest – Khel-Week
  5. To participate in various intercollegiate sports tournaments
Street Dance Association

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Ms. Monika B A

Secretaries:

  • Yahvi Chavan
  • Ekta Suryavamshi N

Proposed Activities:

  1. We will be organizing events like 7 to smoke and 1 on 1 battles during Fresher’s Day and Cul-week
  2. We aim at winning every competition that we attend
  3. We will represent our college by taking part in battles as individuals/crew and in outstation competitions
  4. We aim at breaking the stereotypes and prove that an all-girls team can give serious competition to other teams
  5. At Cul-ah, we will organize a hip-hop jam judged by professional dancers and it’s an open event
Western Dance Association

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Ms. Monika B A

Secretaries: 

  • Vasudha Mohan
  • Madhulika Sriram

Proposed Activities:

  1. To organize Flash Mobs for good causes and activities to gather funds
  2. To conduct workshops
  3. To attend as many college fests as possible
  4. To host one of the major dance competitions during Cul-ah
  5. To get the students more involved in dance activities
Western Music Association

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Ms. Annie H Kuriakose

Secretaries

  • Suzanne Ngasseppam
  • Aditi Mendonce

Proposed Activities:

  1. We focus on organizing the following activities:
    – The Western Music Association Concert – Philauta
    – The Basille Mission – Glorious
  2. Intercollegiate Fests – Acapella Competition, Acoustic Competition, Battle of the Bands
  3. Outstation Fests in IIT Mumbai, Jipmer, IIT Chennai – Acapella Competition
  4. Christmas Programs – organising Workshops and Events at Various Churches
Film Club

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Mr. Vibhu Vasudev

Secretaries:

  • Devika Nambiar
  • Soumya Rupangudi

Proposed Activities:

  1. We focus on organizing the following activities:
    – The Western Music Association Concert – Philauta
    – The Basille Mission – Glorious
  2. Intercollegiate Fests – Acapella Competition, Acoustic Competition, Battle of the Bands
  3. Outstation Fests in IIT Mumbai, Jipmer, IIT Chennai – Acapella Competition
  4. Christmas Programs – organising Workshops and Events at Various Churches
Placement Cell

Co - Ordinators: 

  • Mr. Asgar Ahmed
  • Ms. Annie Fathima Shruthi

Secretaries: 

  • Tina V Dodeja
  • Triveni S
Dramatics Association

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Mrs. Sahana Das

Secretaries

  • Aliya Thomas
  • Adolfina Xavier
Rock Band Association

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Ms.Esther Jackson

Secretaries:

  • Maria Jessica K.P
  • Josephine Nobel

Proposed Activities:

  1. Freshers Day Event
  2. Cul-Week Event
  3. CUL-AH
  4. Inter – Collegiate Fests
  5. College Programmes
Reel Run Productions

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Ms. Adline Clare

Secretaries: 

  • Suman Parakh
  • Anugna. M

Proposed Activities:

  1. Creative Centre
  2. Script Switch
  3. Prop It
  4. Short Film Making
  5. Ilustrar
Women's Cell

Co - Ordinators: 

  • Ms. Trina Bannerjee
  • Dr. Priya B

Secretaries

  • Sukhmani Bhatia
  • Annapurna Pillutla

Proposed Activities:

  1. Breaking the glass ceilings
  2. LGBTQ Panel Discussion
  3. Empowerment Workshops
  4. Dear Stranger
  5. Spoke Stree
Rotaract Club

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Dr I.Vinitha Chandra

Secretaries:

  • President: Esha Goswami
  • Secretary: Madhavi Sen

Proposed Activities:

  1. Hair Donation Drive
  2. Plantation Drive(in association with parent Rotary Club)
  3. Adopt a village(in association with parent Rotary Club)
  4. Annual Shark Tank
  5. Drop the Beat 3.0
  6. Clothes and Toy Donation Drive
  7. Visit to old age homes and orphanages
  8. Volunteering at Speech and Hearing centres
The Student Teacher Association

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Ms. Dhiyaneshwari R.P

Secretaries: 

  • Irene Freda
  • Shwetha. R
Equal Opportunity Cell

Co - Ordinators: 

  • Dr. Shamala K S
  • Ms. Syeda Haseen B
  • Ms. Ashwini S.V

Secretaries

  • Gigi B
  • Fieuona Mary
  • Anushka S
  • Abarna Pooja

Proposed Activities:

  1. Fresher’s Day/Cul-ah!/Cul-week
  2. Webinars/Seminars
  3. Donation Drive
  4. Collaboration with the other association
  5. Towards Humanity
Youth Red Cross Association

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Dr. Govinda Gowda

Secretaries

  • Impana. BK
  • Indira B

Proposed Activities:

  1. AIDS awareness camp
  2. Eye and Organ Donation Camp
  3. Blood donation Camp
  4. World Cancer Awareness Day
  5. National Pollution Day
  6. Celebration of all national and international events
  7. Covid 19 awareness camps
Institutional Social Responsibility Cell

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Ms. Rajani Korah

Proposed Activities:

  1. Tree Plantation
  2. Literary Drive
  3. Auction of Pre-Owned clothes
  4. Women Entrepreneur mela
  5. Webinar on Consumer and Women’s rights
B.Ed. Association

Co - Ordinator: 

  • Ms. Priyanka V

Secretaries: 

  • Riya Suresh
  • Dhriti Bathija

Proposed Activities:

  1. Seminar
  2. Academicia
  3. Workshops
  4. We organize events during Fresher’s Day, Cul Week and Cul-Ah
Equal Opportunity Cell

The Mount Carmel College, Autonomous, is committed to empower women who are socially and economically marginalized in the community through a value based integral approach. Keeping this as criteria, the college has started an Equal Opportunity Cell (EOC), which will conduct several programs to impart knowledge about the social rights of the Minorities and SC/ST sections.

The UGC has planned to establish Equal Opportunity Centers in colleges to oversee the effective implementation of policies and programs for disadvantaged groups. These groups are SCs, STs, women, OBC (non-creamy layer), minorities, and physically challenged persons.

The main objectives of establishing this cell in colleges are

  1. To provide guidance and counselling with respect to academic, financial, social and other matters.
  2. To ensure equity and equal opportunity to the community.
  3. To look into the grievances of the weaker sections of society and suggest an amicable solutions to their problems.
  4. To disseminate the information related to schemes and programs by the Government and other agencies for the welfare of the socially weaker section.
  5. To sensitize the college on the problems related to SC/ST and Minorities.

Equal Opportunity Cell in Mount Carmel College functions under the

Chairperson

Dr. Sr. Arpana, Principal

Co-Ordinator

Dr. K S Shamala, Dept. of Physics

Committee Members

  1. Ms. Syeda Haseen Buvabi, Dept. of Chemistry
  2. Ms. Ashwini S V, Dept. of Commerce

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY CELL ACTIVITIES

2017

Orientation program

  • The Equal Opportunity Cell conducted an orientation program on 9thJan 2018, at 10:00 am to address the students to disseminate different social, economic, and educational programs conducted by the Government of Karnataka through Minorities and SC/ST departments.
  • Dr. E. Venkataiah, IAS, Rtd., Advisor to Nodal agency for SCSP and TSP, Social Welfare Department Vikasa Soudha, Bengaluru Government of Karnataka was the keynote speaker.
  • Dr. E. Venkataiah enlightened the students about the various schemes available for Minorities and SC/ ST Students.
  • Students from both UG & PG attended the orientation program. The students belonging to the Minorities and SC/ST students were requested to register their names in the Equal opportunity cell to avail more information on various schemes offered through the Directorate of Minorities, Minority Welfare Department, and Social Welfare Department, Government of Karnataka.

2018

Minorities Right Day Program

  • To mark the “Minorities rights day” on 18 th December 2018, the Equal Opportunity Cell conducted an awareness program to disseminate different social, economic, and educational programs available for Minorities by the Minority Welfare Department, Directorate of Minorities, Government of Karnataka.
  • Mr. Niaz Ahmed Sheriff M, M.Com, Joint Director, Minority Welfare Department, Directorate of Minorities, Bengaluru, Government of Karnataka was the Keynote speaker.
  • The Directorate of Minorities ensures a more focused approach towards issues relating to the notified Minorities communities, namely Muslim, Christians, Jains, Buddhist, Sikhs, and Parsis. The Directorate working with a vision to enable all the Minority community people to lead a productive life with equal opportunities in the field of Socio, Economic, Education, etc.
  • Mr. Niaz Ahmed Sheriff M, introduced schemes to promote accelerated socio-economic development of Minorities, educational concessions for students, implementation of schemes for development of Women and Children, providing training and employment opportunities.
  • Brochures entitled “Know about Minorities Schemes”, “Civilization can be judged by the way it treats its minorities”- Mahatma Gandhi, was distributed amongst students to get more information about the schemes.
Business & Management Association

Unnat Bharat Abhiyan is a flagship programme of Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India. It is inspired by the vision of transformational change in rural development processes by leveraging knowledge institutions to help build the architecture of an Inclusive India.

The mission of Unnat Bharat Abhiyan is to enable higher educational institutions to work with the people of rural India in identifying development challenges and evolving appropriate solutions for accelerating sustainable growth. It also aims to create a virtuous cycle between society and an inclusive academic system by providing knowledge and practices for emerging professions and to upgrade the capabilities of both the public and the private sectors in responding to the development needs of rural India.

As a Participating Institution, MCC has adopted following villages for their development in collaboration with district administration.

Bengaluru Rural District:

  1. Marasandra, Doddaballapur Taluk
  2. Koramangala, Devanahalli Taluk
  3. Thyamagondlu, Nelamangala Taluk

Bengaluru Urban District: 

  1. Hebbagodi (CT)
  2. Huvinayakanahalli.

Activities under UBA:

  1. Identification of the villages.
  2. Field visit – Conducting Village survey and Household survey.
  3. Recognition of major THREE problems/issues by contacting village development officer/representatives of village or by organizing Gramsabha meeting.
  4. Preparation of plan of action/village development plan/technological intervention etc. for each village by consulting project co-ordinator and concerned stakeholders like Grampanchayats, BDOs, District Development Authority etc.
  5. Evaluation of proposed solutions by Subject Expert Group.
  6. Execution of Sustainable, Innovative, Implementable and Scalable technological intervention and Continuous Monitoring.

Nature of Intervention:

Low cost technological solutions covering agriculture, education, health, sanitation & hygiene, housing, organic/natural farming, drinking water, bio-energy, afforestation, skill development, digital literacy, e-gram panchayat etc.

UBA Cell, MCC:

Co-Ordinator:

Ms. Sunanda BV, Dept. of Economics

Core Team:

  • Mr. Govinda Gowda, Faculty of Commerce
  • Ms. Kalavathi P, Dept of Sociology
  • Dr. Sujata Suryakant Mali, Dept of Economics
  • Ms. Suma N, Dept of Electronics
  • Dr. Geetha Santosh, Dept of Nutrition & Dietetics
  • Mr. Deepak P, Dept of Zoology
  • Dr. Koyal Biswas, Dept of Hindi
  • Ms. Padmashree, Dept of Commerce

Contact Details:

uba@mccblr.edu.in

Personal Counselling Cell

The Counselling Cell was set up in 1990 to help the students to overcome emotional stress and trauma and discover themselves.

Objectives :

  1. To enable students with emotional problems to recharge themselves.
  2. To facilitate students to get clarity in their thoughts and make positive choices in the given situation.
  3. To facilitate self-discovery.

In a counselling session the student feels accepted and this helps her to open up her feelings, which are listened to by the counsellor. In the process, the student begins to get clarity in her thoughts and is able to know herself and make positive choices in her given situation.

The counselling cell is involved in value education classes and also runs credit courses in life skills. Through this process, much has been achieved. Students have empowered themselves to overcome problems like low self-esteem, loneliness, fear among many others. There have been cases of suicidal tendencies that have been overcome. Counsellors also help students access more specialized help if so required.

Counsellors Contact Details :

Ms Sindhu David

9986023178

MOC block – First floor and Second Floor

Timings – 8.00 am – 4.00 pm

Centre for Innovation, Incubation & Entrepreneurship

An initiative set up by Mount Carmel College to foster innovation and entrepreneurship culture among the students, faculty, and alumni to enable them to transform their business ideas into reality. The centre aspires to develop individual talent, skills and personality to give each business the best possible start, thus fostering entrepreneurship at a local and national level.
The objective of the centre is to offer unique and incentivized solutions, which will encourage students and faculties to ideate and design novel solutions. The centre will provide a supportive entrepreneurial environment that accelerates the successful development of start-up companies through an array of adequate resources and services. Our main goal is to produce successful firms that will leave the centre financially viable and freestanding.

Objectives:

  • To nurture innovators to ideate in areas of societal importance.
  • To provide an opportunity for everyone to innovate, ideate and design solutions.
  • To enhance the capacity of emerging innovators in evolving technologies and designing their innovations from ideation to impactful solutions.
  • To facilitate the availability of the centre’s resources to the incubatees in a mutually beneficial way.
  • To provide a conducive working environment for the incubatees to nurture their innovative ideas.
  • To develop partnerships and networks with local industries/institutions and assist them in problem-solving by offering them innovative solutions in terms of products, services, and processes.
  • To coordinate with private and public sector funding sources, government agencies, industrial associations, chambers of commerce and industries to provide facilitation and networking for incubating companies.

Director :

Dr Shanthi S

Members:

  • Dr. A. Sundaravalli, Dept. of Home Science
  • Dr. Lakshmi S K, Dept. of Statistics
  • Dr. Preetha Nair, Dept. of Biotechnology
  • Dr. Bavithra Matharasi P, Dept. of MCA
  • Dr. Suba G A Manuel, Dept. of Life Science
  • Ms. Sivakami R, Dept. of Commerce
  • Ms. Janaki J, Dept. of Commerce
  • Ms. Diana Erudiyanathan, Dept. of Commerce
  • Ms. Sophia Sharon M , Dept. of Sociology
  • Ms. Mamata Rani, Dept. of Business Studies
  • Dr. C J Lakshmi, Dept. of Economics

Write to Us:

shanthi.s@mccblr.edu.in

Centre for Innovation, Incubation & Entrepreneurship

“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others” -Mahatma Gandhi

Vision

To equip students through value-based education with a vision to uplift society and create a civilization of love

Mission

  • To promote a value-based education.
  • To provide a holistic view of community development programs undertaken by the college.
  • To coordinate, collate, and categorize Community development activities of the departments in the common interest of the college vision.

Key Areas

  • Green Initiatives – Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle
  • National Celebration Days
  • Awareness Campaign
  • Literacy Programs -Each One Teach One
  • Social Concern

Organizations / Industry / Individuals interested in collaborating with us can contact us by sending an Email

Coordinator:

Ms. Rajani Mariam K Korah, (Dept. of Commerce)

Members:

Departments SPOCs

Write to Us

isrc@mccblr.edu.in

Placement Policy & Guidelines for Students

The Placement Policy is applicable to all students registered with the Placement Cell of Mount Carmel College, Autonomous, and is to be followed during their entire tenure at the college.

  1. The Placement Officer & the Placement Coordinator are the facilitators and counsellors for placement related activities and will be responsible for all concerned activities & functioning of the Placement Cell.
  2. The Student Placement Committee will be assisting the Placement Officer & the Placement Coordinator in all activities related to placements.
  3. Neither the College nor the Placement Cell guarantees a job. The Placement Cell will facilitate and coordinate the placement activities on campus including bringing in companies, coordinating the recruitment drives, organizing recruitment training and other related activities leading to the successful placements of the deserving students.
  4. Applying for a company, getting recruited, joining a company is entirely the responsibility/decision of the student concerned.
  5. Opting to register for placements is completely the choice of the students. As some would want to pursue higher studies or other opportunities, such students can refrain from registering with the Placement Cell.
  6. Students are required to check the ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA for registering with the Placement Cell before registering.
  7. All final year students with an aggregate score of 60% and above and with NO ACTIVE BACKLOGS are eligible to register for placements.
  8. All registered students are required to MANDATORILY attend the recruitment training conducted by the Placement Cell and meet the necessary threshold of 75% attendance and 80% completion of the practice tests & assessments to qualify for applying to the cos. Failing to qualify may result in re-training of the student at an additional cost which is to be borne at actuals by the concerned student.
  9. The Placement Cell will notify all the registered students about the upcoming recruitment drives through mails and Whatsapp group notifications and not individually. The students are to be alert and keep a track of the notifications and apply as per their interest and eligibility.
  10. Once a student registers/enrolls for a particular company, she is expected to complete the entire recruitment process as relevant and required. Failing to do so, will result in the student being debarred from sitting for further recruitment drives. Exceptions will be made at the sole discretion of the Placement Cell only in genuine cases. Such cases/reasons to be formally communicated to the Placement Office over mail at least one day prior to the drive.
  11. The student has a choice not to participate in the recruitment process of a company after attending the Pre-Placement Talk. If she decides to continue, then she will be bound by the College Placement Policy to attend the rest of the recruitment process of the company as stated above.
  12. Students will not be allowed to participate in the selection process of a company for which she has missed the PPT.
  13. While the Placement Cell will do its due diligence and bring in the right companies, it is the responsibility of every student to check the company profile, eligibility, Job Profile and the Job Role before applying. The same will also be mailed and/or updated on the Notice Boards or social media groups.
    a. Ex 1- If a company requires the applicant to have an average of 70%, be well assured that you meet the criteria before applying to that company.
    b. Ex 2- If the company requires you to have NO standing arrears/backlogs at the time of attending the placement process, kindly DO NOT APPLY to the company if you do not meet this criterion.
  14. If, after being selected by a company, for some reason the student is not satisfied either with the pay, the timings, work allotted, etc during onboarding, she will need to take it up with the concerned within the company. The Placement Cell will not be able to intervene in internal matters. However, it is important that the students reach out to us in case there are major deviations from the terms mentioned by the company at the time of recruitment.
  15. A student can apply to as many companies as she wants and appear for interviews until the first job is secured. A student will be considered to have secured a job if her name appears in the final select list of a company.
  16. The Placement Office of MCC follows a strict “ONE OFFER PER STUDENT” Policy. However, if a student has been offered a job with a CTC less than or equal to INR 2 lakhs PA, she can opt to apply for ONE more company, subject to prior formal approval by the Placement Office.
  17. Once a student’s name appears in the final selects of a company, it is obligatory for the student to accept the offer. Rejecting offers is strictly not allowed. Defaulters will be required to submit a letter to the Principal along with a penalty fee which could be equivalent to one month’s salary being offered by the said company.
  18. Recruitment Process: All companies generally follow the following procedure (however they could be exceptions) –
    a. Presentation about the company & Job Profile (Pre-Placement Talk)
    b. Written Exam (Aptitude / Technical Test)
    c. Group Discussion and/or Task (Assignments)
    d. Interview (Technical/HR/Others)
    e. Verification of Documents
    f. Offer Letter
  19. Students are to strictly ensure the following for all recruitment drives:
    a. Must report on time as mentioned in the schedules
    b. Wear Business Formals for every recruitment process. Students wearing casuals during recruitment process will be sent back
    c. Always carry one folder containing resumes (2-3 copies), passport size photos, copies of mark sheets, certificates & stationery
    d. Compulsorily carry College & Govt. ID Cards
  20. Most companies require applicants to have Govt. ID – Aadhar & PAN. Hence it is advised for all students to apply for these before registering for placements.
    Students are not allowed to contact the Company / HR team directly for any reason through the recruitment process. In case of any issues or concerns, they are advised to contact their Placement Office and discuss their problems.
  21. Strict action will be taken against students found to be engaged in maligning the College or the Placement Office with the companies. Any grievances you may have, are to be brought to the notice of the of the Placement Officer for resolution.
  22. If a student makes any false claims in the Resume/Student Registration Form, her registration will be cancelled immediately and job offer if any, will be revoked.
  23. All companies conduct a thorough background check/verification. If the company finds that you have manipulated your marks / documents in any manner/or mis-represented any information, your job offer will be terminated, and your name will be blacklisted.
  24. Strict discipline needs to be followed by every student during the recruitment process. Any sort of indecent behavior/misbehavior which affects the decorum of the Placement Cell or the reputation of the College or the Company, will attract severe penalty and disqualification.
  25. Unless explicitly permitted by the companies, use of mobile phones is strictly prohibited during the recruitment process.
  26. Malpractice in all forms or marking proxies during the selection process and beyond, is strictly prohibited and those caught indulging in such activities would be debarred from the placement process. Also, note that no concessions in any form shall be made in such cases.
  27. It may happen that the campus recruitment process can stretch till late evenings. Students are required and prepared to be available accordingly. In case of off-line drives, students are to inform their parents and should arrange their own transportation.
  28. In case of virtual (online) recruitment drives, it is the responsibility of the students to ensure they have the necessary equipment (laptop/PC with functional webcam and mic) and sufficient internet bandwidth for seamless conduction of the process.
  29. Students are required to provide correct email IDs and contact numbers at the time of registration. These will be used for all communication from the Placement Cell and the recruiting companies. The onus is on the students to ensure the contact details provided are correct and up to date.
  30. Students are advised to check their mails regularly as all communication related to placements will be sent through mails.
  31. It is mandatory that once you receive an Intent Letter/Offer Letter from the Company, a copy must be submitted to the Placement Office. Failing which, the end semester examination Hall Ticket/results will be withheld.
  32. All students registered for placements will be bounded by the Attendance Policy of the College. Any exception to the above is permitted only through formal approval of the Placement Office and the respective Department Heads.

WE EXPECT OUR STUDENTS TO BE PROFESSIONAL AND UPHOLD THE VALUES OF THE COLLEGE AT ALL TIMES.

For all matters not covered in the above policy, the Placement Office will use its discretion to take appropriate decisions as and when required.

The above guidelines are to ensure a smooth process in the best interest of our students and the participating companies.