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DST – FIST: The College has attained level-0 of the DST-FIST Programme by the Government of India in the year 2014 for the duration of 5 years with a total cost of 66 lakhs to strengthen the teaching and research facilities in all Science Departments of the College.

DBT STAR COLLEGE SCHEME: The DBT has recognized 7 departments under DBT Star College Scheme in the year 2017 for a duration of 3years. The DBT has extended the Star College Scheme for 2 more years until 2022.

Government Funded Projects

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DBT INNO – Indigo Project was awarded to Dr. Preetha Nair, HOD, Department of Biotechnology in the year 2018 for a duration of 2 years with a sanction amount of Rs. 49, 14,000/-. The project has been extended up to 2022.The project focuses on increasing the value of hay or such Cellulosic wastes by its use in lactic acid production and also to increase the technical viability of the Pre-Industrial Process of Lactic acid Production from the available cellulosic wastes.

DBT WOMEN SCIENTIST SCHEME: Women Scientist Scheme –B was awarded to Dr. Gayathri Devi.S.S in the year 2018 with a sanction amount of 26, 93,000/- for a duration of 3 years. This Project has helped train the farmers in organic Farming techniques on organic inputs to achieve sustainability in food production and also to assist farmers to acquire managerial skills in the Development of Entrepreneurship especially in women of selected Villages.

Department of Science and Industrial Research (DSIR): Mount Carmel College, Autonomous, Bengaluru has been recognized as Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (SIRO) by the Department of Science and Industrial Research (DSIR) until 2025.


SI.NoYearFacultyProject TitleFunding AgencyAmount Sanctioned (IN ₹)
1.2022-23Dr. George Dimitrov
(Political Science)
A study on the status of women street vendors during post and pre- covid 19 with special reference to Prime Minister Street vendors Atma Nirbhar Nidhi Scheme (PM SVA Nidhi) in Bangalore, Karnataka / ICSSR (Minor Project)INDIAN COUNCIL OF SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH (ICSSR)1,66,000/-
2.2022-23Dr. Sundaravalli A
(Home Science)
Impact of Millet-Based Recipes on the Health Status of KREIS Schools in Bengaluru Rural: A Controlled-StudyKARNATAKA RESIDENTIAL EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS SOCIETY (KREIS)4,98,000/-
3.2021-22Dr. Shantha Maria & Dr. Sundaravalli A
(Home Science)
Food Product DevelopmentSRI AUROBINDO SOCIETY(ACPN)2,60,000/-
4.2020-21Dr. Shlini P & Dr. Kavitha G Singh
Characterization of Potent Molecules from traditional spices and its study on Inhibition of functional activityVISION GROUP ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (VGST) – RGS3,00,000/-
5.2020-21Dr. Suma Singh
Prejudice and Projudice: Witch-Hunting during the Covid-19 Pandemic-2020INDIAN COUNCIL OF SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH (ICSSR)4,00,000/-
6.2019-20Ms. Roopa L
4D-Quantitative Structure Activity Relationship Model for Tyrosine Kinase Inhibitors as Anticancer Agents using Support Vector Machine LearningVISION GROUP ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (VGST) – RGS5,00,000/-
7.2017-22Physics, Botany, Chemistry, Mathematics, Electronics, Zoology, MicrobiologyDBT- STAR COLLEGE SCHEME-2017DBT- STAR COLLEGE SCHEME92,65,500/-
8.2018-21Dr. Gayathri Devi S.S
(Research Centre)
Promotion of organic farming by safe methods in selected Bangalore rural districts by using vermicompost products, biofertilizers, botanicals and biocontrol agents (entomopathogens)DST WOMEN SCIENTIST SCHEME (WOS-B)26,93,000/-
9.2017-19Dr. Preetha Nair
FUELANDPLASTIC: Conversion of lignocellulosic waste into biofuels and bioplasticsDBT (INNO-INDIGO)21,20,000/-
10.2014-15Ms. Chaitra V
(Nanoscience & Technology)
Polymer Thin Film Based Sensors for Food Borne Pathogen DetectionUNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION – UGC1,60,000/-
11.2014-15Ms. Aabharna
Loneliness in adolescents of working and non-working mothersUNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION – UGC1,00,000/-
12.2014-15Mr. S Rajkumar
(Management Studies)
A Study on Feasibility of Implementing Total quality ManagementUNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION – UGC1,50,000/-
13.2014-15Dr. Upendra Raju
Radar Cross Section (RCS) reduction using Multi Walled Carbon Nano Tube (MWCNT) – polymer (Epoxy) compositesUNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION – UGC4,85,000/-
14.2014-15Dr. Tessy Tom
Numerical Solutions of Boundary Value Problems arising in Fluid DynamicsUNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION – UGC4,25,000/-
15.2014-15Ms. Sophia Sharon
A Sociological Study on Family Dynamics In Bengaluru CityUNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION – UGC2,20,000/-
16.2014-15Ms. Mabel Cynthia
Diasporic Nature of Konkani Communities in Costal KarnatakaUNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION – UGC2,10,000/-
17.2014-15Dr. Suba G A Manuel
(Life Science)
Activation of plant defence mechanisms against plant pathogen on use of vermicompost as soil amendmentUNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION – UGC3,25,000/-
18.2013-14Ms. Anjana K Mathew
An Analytical study of linear and non-linear one and two component convection in a porus media under gravity modulation in the presence of Coriolis porus and magnetic fieldUNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION – UGC1,70,000/-
19.2013-14Ms. Alice Mathew
(Political Science)
Reshaping and restructuring governance in KarnatakaUNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION – UGC69,000/-
20.2013-14Ms. Sundaravalli A
(Home Science)
Development of Education Material to educate the adolescent girls on the importance of Nutrition with special reference to minerals – Iron and Calcium in the Diet and overall healthUNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION – UGC1,80,000/-
21.2012-14Mrs. Geetha K.S
Production of Vermiproducts as plant growth regulators in commercial crop cultivationDST WOMEN SCIENTIST SCHEME (WOS-B)10,29,500/-
22.2012-13Dr. Chaman Farzana
(Home Science)
The Effect of Protein supplements on the endurance and muscle building of 21–29-year-old men involved in regular body building activitiesUNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION – UGC1,65,000/-
23.2012-13Dr. Shalini BU
Invitro Evaluation and identification of medicinal plants with potent Anti-ageing property which find their utility in personal care products and cosmetologyUNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION – UGC1,45,000/-
24.2012-13Dr. Anjana Mani
Disinvestment of Central Public Sector enterprises in India – A study of the profitable timing and volume of DisinvestmentUNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION – UGC50,000/-
25.2012-13Dr. Lalitha Rani Suresh
Pharmacognosy and phytochemicals analysis of medicinal plantsUNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION – UGC1,41,000/-
26.2012-13Dr. S Regina Lourdhu Suganthi
(Computer Science)
Image Analysis and Optimal StorageUNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION – UGC2,00,000/-
27.2012-13Dr. Roshini Rao
Formulation of high efficacy herbal beauty care products with special emphasis on hair and skin careUNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION – UGC1,60,000/-
28.2012-13Ms. Shanthi S
Role of Self-help Groups on Nurturing Enterpreneurial skills in rural womenUNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION – UGC1,10,000/-
29.2012-13Ms. Renju K
(Computer Science)
Detecting overloaded vehicle to ensure safety on roadsUNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION – UGC1,90,000/-
30.2012-13Dr. Uma. V & Mr. Pradeep. N
Investigation of Growth Behaviour of CNTs by Metal Catalyst in Thermal CVDUNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION – UGC2,00,000/-
31.2011-12Ms. Telphy Kuriakose
Role of earthworm lectins in the legume formation leguminous plantsUNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION – UGC1,60,000/-
32.2011-12Dr. Sujatha Gupta Kedar
(Human Development)
Development of kit for the problems faced by aged -A study with special reference to Bangalore CityUNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION – UGC1,20,000/-
33.2011-12Dr. Suma Singh
Women empowerment through inheritance legislation- A case study in BangaloreUNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION – UGC60,000/-
34.2011-12Ms. Sindhu Anoop
Biochemical characterization and effects of selected plant extract on pancreatic cellsUNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION – UGC1,55,000/-
35.2011-12Ms. Shwetha Murthy
Tissue specific characterization of sugar binding proteins in endrilus eugineaUNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION – UGC2,00,000/-
36.2011-12Dr. Anu Sharma
Assessing the role of microorganisms present in gut of the earthworm pontiscolex corethrurus in metal uptake from the soilUNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION – UGC2,00,000/-
37.2011-12Dr. Sunitha S.N
Analysis of extract from tinospora cordifolia for useful propertiesUNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION – UGC1,50,000/-
38.2011-12Ms. Vimala C.M
Effect of heavy metals like lead and zinc on mammalian cardiac cellsUNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION – UGC1,35,000/-
39.2011-12Dr Preetha Nair
Characterization of Lectin from hemolymph, cocoon and fecal matter of silkwormUNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION – UGC140000/-
40.2011-12Ms. Mussarrath Banu K
Social mobility through MNC’s -A Sociological study of products promoters, helpers and salesgirls in shopping malls, global brand shops and food joints in BangaloreUNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION – UGC90,000/-
41.2011-12Ms. Letitia Lizzie Jeswanth
Characterization and comparative studies on thin films of oxides prepared by chemical methodsUNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION – UGC1,15,000/-
42.2011-12Ms. T. Uma
(Life Science)
Utilization of AM fungi and other antagonistic organisms to control plant diseases and developing a formulation with vermin compostUNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION – UGC1,35,000/-
43.2011-12Ms. Padmashree Kulkarni
(Life Science)
Antimicrobial activity of coelomic fluid of earthworm on human pathogensUNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION – UGC2,00,000/-
44.2011-12Dr. Sujatha S. Mali
An economic analysis of marketing of mango fruit in Bangalore District of KarnatakaUNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION – UGC70,000/-
45.2011-12Dr. M.S Swayam Prabha
Role of the geophagic earthworm pontoscolex corethrurus as a sentinel of soil quality management and bioremediationUNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION – UGC75,000/-
46.2011-12Ms. Suma N
Development of wireless sensor network protocolsUNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION – UGC1,95,000/-
47.2010-11Ms. Vijaya Priiya
A study on women employment in the organized sector – with special reference to Karnataka (1990-2010)UNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION – UGC65,000/-
48.2010-11Ms. Hasitha
Development of low-cost high speed optical mark reader using programming logicUNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION – UGC1.40,000/-
49.2009-10Ms. Sundaravalli A
(Home Science)
A study on the prevalence of Osteoporosis and the impact of intervention Programme in Adults (>35 yrs) of DRDO BangaloreDEFENCE RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT ORGANISATION – DRDO26,00,000/-


Management Funded Projects for the Year 2022-23 (MAJOR)


SI.NoTitle Of The ProjectFacultyDepartmentAmount
1.Emergence of Technology Start-ups in Bangalore City – A study of Triggers, Ecosystem and Sustenance.Dr. Govinda GowdaPG Commerce3,60,000/-
2.Isolation and characterization of potential bioactive compounds from millet milk protein and development of RTE product as functional food for post COVID 19 patients.Dr. P. Vasanthakumari & Dr. Padma.VNutrition and Dietetics
3.Degradation of synthetic yoga mats using microorganisms.Dr. Soumya. G. S & Ms. Swathi. REnvironmental Science & Home Science
4.Synthesis of Zeolite based catalytic material from industrial waste red mud for conversion of sugars to Levulinate esters.Dr. Chitralekha Sidana & Dr. Priya. BChemistry
5.Novel water soluble amino acid metal chelates having Sulphur as bio-modules: Design, synthesis, structural Elucidation and Biological perspectives.Dr. Selva Ganapthy M & Dr. Kavitha.G. SinghCentre for Scientific Research and Advanced Learning
Total Amount Sanctioned for the Major Research Project (in ₹)10,95,000/-


Management Funded Projects for the Year 2022-23 (MINOR)


SI.NoTitle Of The ProjectFacultyDepartmentAmount
1.Green-synthesis, characterization, and study of antimicrobial properties of Selenium nanoparticles.Ms. Syeda Haseen BuvabiChemistry1,00,000/-
2.Synthesis of Hetrocyclic scaffolds using green methods and the study of their applications.Ms. Jeena Susan GeorgeChemistry1,10,000/-
3.Career Coaching for secondary and senior secondary students.Dr. C.J LakshmiEconomics1,05,000/-
4.A study on the adsorption of heavy metals from wastewater using activated carbon derived from plant biomassDr. N.S Kaviyarasi & Dr. Chandrama BasuChemistry1,25,000/-
5.Identifying a suitable method to extract fibers from Desmostacya bipinnata (Kusha Grass)Ms. Swathi.R & Dr. Vyshali. PHome Science & Biochemistry1,35,000/-
6.Influence of organizational learning on employee performance-A study across select IT companies in Bangalore.Ms. Candida SmithaCommerce90,000/-
7.Emotional Intelligence in Augmenting employee performance- A study on knowledge workers (Academicians) in Bengaluru City.Ms. Rajani H. Pillai & Ms. Aatika BiCommerce90,000/-
8.A study on Consumer buying behavior of organic food products in premium supermarkets- Bengaluru Urban sectorMs. Suriya Kumari ACommerce95,000/-
9.Enhanced production of diosgenin – A lead molecule in therapeuticsDr. Shlini. PBiochemistry95,000/-
10.Health insurance cognizance and the use of health care services by the elderly, outlays, and affordability with special reference to Bengaluru.Dr. Josephine RebeccaCommerce65,000/-
11.A Study on Influence of Celebrity Endorsement on Consumer Buying Behaviour with special reference to Food ProductsMs. Monica Janet CliffordCommerce70,000/-
12.An Empirical Study on the Impact of Deceptive Advertisements on Consumers with reference to Skin-care productsMs. Spandana Priya C. SCommerce70,000/-
Total Amount Sanctioned for the Minor Research Project (in ₹)11,50,000/-

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.


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.

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