IQAC - INTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE CELL

COLLEGE IQAC COMMITTEE

  • Dr.N.Vijayakumar, Associate Professor of Geology- Co-Ordinator

  • Dr.A.Ilanthirayan, Assistant Professor of Geography

  • Dr.S. Arumugam, Assistant Professor of Botany

  • Dr.N.Surumbarkuzhali, Assistant Professor of Physics

  • Dr. R. Pugazendi, Assistant Professor of Computer Science

  • Dr. C.Madhesh,  Assistant Professor of Commerce

  • Dr.S.Saravanakumar, Head/Assistant Professor of Business Administration

  • Dr. S. Deepa, Assistant Professor of Commerce

  • Dr. N. Saravanan, Assistant Professor of Zoology

  • Dr. D. Balasubramanian, Assistant Professor of English

  • Mr. K. Karthik, Bursar.

DEPARTMENT WISE IQAC COMMITTEE

  • Dr. T.K.Chiththiraiselvi, Assistant Professor of Tamil
  • Dr. T. Govindarajan, Assistant Professor of English
  • Mrs.C.Baby, Assistant Professor of Mathematics
  • Dr.S.Nazreen Begam, Assistant Professor of Statistics
  • Dr.P.Ramu, Assistant Professor of Physics
  • Dr.M.Sherin Banu, Assistant Professor of Chemistry
  • Dr.T. Senthilkumar, Assistant Professor of Botany
  • Dr.A.Jagajothi, Assistant Professor of Zoology
  • Dr.P.Pragatheeswaran, Assistant Professor of Geology
  • Dr.P.Arul, Associate Professor of Geography
  • Dr.P.Palaniammal, Assistant Professor of History
  • Dr.A.Aprose, Assistant Professor of Economics
  • Mr. P. Srinivasan, Assistant Professor of Co-Operation
  • Dr.S. Deepa, Assistant Professor of Commerce
  • Mr. M. Elavarasan, Assistant Professor of Business Administration
  • Dr. M.Malathi, Assistant Professor of Computer Science
  • Dr. S.Senthamarai, Assistant Professor of Computer  Application
  • Dr.V.Veeramuthu,  Head/Assistant Professor of Political Science
  • Dr.V.Veeramuthu,  Head/Assistant Professor of Public Administration

GOVERNMENT ARTS COLLEGE (AUTONOMOUS), SALEM-7.

Programme Outcomes, Programme Specific Outcomes and Course Outcomes

VISION

To strive for creating socially committed and economically prospective citizens through better quality teaching and efficient learning practices on par with the global standards of education

MISSION

  • To augment the resources required for attaining the pinnacle of excellence in teaching- learning process.
  • To enable the young learners to strive  and  achieve  the research acumen required for social, economic and intellectual prosperity.
  • To foster skills required for employment prospects with the emerging global challenges by autonomous curriculum design.
  • To provide equal opportunities for women.students to face and succeed in modern societal challenges.

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES - ARTS

UNDERGRADUATE AND POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES-ARTS

Both UG and PG programmes in Arts  enhance the students ability in Cultural aspects, sense of Literature, History, Politics. It also upgrades the students to acclimatize in the changing scenario of the above fields with critical evaluation. Our college with its running programmes has been trying its best to deliver the above responsibility with its well skilled and experienced faculty members. It develops their aptitude for Tamil Literature, English Literature, Political Science, History, Public Administration, Human Rights and Economics. PG Students can understand the use of analytical methods required for interpreting and analyzing results and drawing conclusions as supported by their data.  Students will have better employability in the field of industry, administration, social and extension work,  research and many others .

They will be able to Critically Think, Effectively Communicate, Self Motivated, Ethically Live and do Service to the Society with proper understanding of Environment and Sustainability.

Under Graduate Programme

After completion of UG programme, the students will be able:

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.):

PO1. To understand LSRW and apply knowledge of human communication and language processes.

PO2. To make culture and praise worthy as a citizen of India.

PO3. To get employment / entrepreneurship opportunities.

PO4. To understand the fundamental values /principles of Indian consciousness.

PO5. To use communication and soft skills effectively.

Post Graduate Programme

After completion of PG programme, the students will be able :

Master of Arts (M.A.):

PO1. To understand the importance of business ethics through literature.

PO2. To understand the importance of human values/ethics.

PO3. To develop independent logical thinking and personality development.

PO4. To develop communication and analytical skills among themselves

PO5. To become familiar with literature and their influence on society.

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES - COMMERCE

UNDERGRADUATE AND POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES-COMMERCE

Both UG and PG programmes in Commerce  enhance the students ability to get professional experience in the commerce domain which includes Accounts, Commerce, Marketing, Management, Economics, Electronic  Commerce, Finance ,Tax and  Commerce with Computer Applications etc, It also upgrades the students to acclimatize in the changing scenario of the Commerce and Cooperation fields with critical evaluation. Programmes impart the students training in various aspects of business and its environment  to develop managerial and analytical skills to meet the challenges of ever changing business environments at national and global level.PG Students can understand the use of analytical methods required for interpreting and analyzing results and drawing conclusions as supported by their data.  Students will have better employability in the field of industry, administration, social and extension work,  research and many others .

They will be able to Critically Think, Effectively Communicate, Self Motivated, Ethically Live and do Service to the Society with proper understanding of Environment and Sustainability

Under Graduate Programme

After completion of UG programme, the students will be able :

Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.):

PO1. To recognize, understand and adopt soft skills required for the business world.

PO2. To build the ability to become a successful entrepreneur, prepare a business plan, set up and manage their own venture/project.

PO3. To make the students  maintain various books of business accounts.

PO4. To develop abilities of computation of income, submission of ITR.

PO5. To acquire the various costing techniques and finalize the Cost Audit.

Post Graduate Programme

After completion of PG programme, the students will be able to:

Master of Commerce (M.Com.):

PO1. To prepare and train the  postgraduate students to accept the business challenges by providing exposure  on advanced commercial and business methods and processes.

PO2. To develop independent logical thinking and facilitate personality development.

PO3. To equip the students for seeking appropriate careers in management and entrepreneurship.

PO4. To experience the  methods of data collection and their interpretation.

PO5. To develop  communication and analytical skills.

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES - SCIENCE

UNDERGRADUATE AND POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES-SCIENCE

Both UG and PG programmes in Science exhibit the students in scientific skill both in theory and practice. It develops their aptitude for Computing Science and Applications, Life sciences, Mathematical Statistics, Physical and Chemical Science and Geological and Geographical Domain. The Programmes have been initiating our students to acquire  their jobs as researchers and scientists in the institutes, teachers-both in schools and higher education institutes, Professionals in Information Technology(IT) and Information Technology Enabled Services(ITES) ,Administrators in government Sectors as well as in private Sectors, Personnel’s in industries, naturalists and in many other positions.PG Students can understand the use of analytical methods required for interpreting and analyzing results and drawing conclusions as supported by their data.  Students will have better employability in the field of industry, administration, social and extension work,  research and many others .

They will be able to Critically Think, Effectively Communicate, Self Motivated, Ethically Live and do Service to the Society with proper understanding of Environment and Sustainability

Under Graduate Programme

After completion of UG programme, the students will be able :

Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.):

PO1. To acquire the knowledge with facts and figures related to various subjects in pure  sciences

PO2. To understand the basic concepts, scientific phenomena and their relevance in the day to day life

PO3. To adopt the skills in handling scientific instruments, chemical, glassware ,planning and performance in laboratory experiments

PO4. To analyze the given scientific data critically and systematically and the ability to  draw the objective conclusions/inferences.

PO5. To develop  communication and analytical skills.

Bachelor of Science-Computer Science (B.Sc.(CS)):

PO1. To develop problem solving abilities using a computer.

PO2. To build the necessary skill set and analytical abilities for developing computer based

solutions for real life problems.

PO3. To prepare the necessary knowledge base for research and development in Computer Science.

PO4. To become game developer, application developer, technical architectural skills. IT manager, web application developer, software tester, systems engineer, mainframe systems and project manager.

PO5. To become familiar with client-server systems.

Post Graduate Programme

After completion of PG programme, the students will be able :

Master of Science (M.Sc.):

PO1. To develop professional foundations through activities such as teaching, internship and fellowships.

PO2. To  communicate scientific results in writing and in oral presentation

PO3. To Acquire the basic tools needed to carry out independent research.

PO4. To proficient in their specialized area and successfully complete an advanced research project.

PO5. To Develop skills in problem solving, critical thinking and analytical reasoning as applied to scientific problems.

Master of Science-Computer Science (M.Sc.(CS)):

PO1. To apply scientific knowledge of computing appropriate to the discipline.

PO2. To  identify, formulate  and develop solutions to computational challenges.

PO3. To design, implement, and evaluate a computational system to meet desired needs within realistic constraints.

PO4. To act  effectively on teams to accomplish shared computing design, evaluation, or implementation goals.

PO5. To understand the  professional, ethical, legal, security, and social issues and responsibilities of the computing profession.

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES - BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

 UNDERGRADUATE  PROGRAMME IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

The UG programme in Business Administration exhibits the students in Management and Leadership skills both, in theory and practice. It develops their aptitude for management. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

They will be able to Critically Think, Effectively Communicate, Self Motivated, Ethically Live and do Service to the Society with proper understanding of Environment and Sustainability

Under Graduate Programme

After completion of UG programme, the students will be able :

Bachelor of Science (BBA):

PO1: To Acquire the skills and standards that are in demand by employers including, leadership, teamwork and communication.

PO2: To Evaluate organizational decisions with consideration of the political, legal and ethical aspects of business opportunities and risks of business activities.

PO3:To  Identify and evaluate the complexities of the business environment and evaluate present and future .

PO4: To  Create awareness and critical self-examination of one’s own values, and to appreciate the relevance of personal values in the business/workplace settings.

PO5: To  Enhance practical skills and to make them industry ready.

BOS MINUTES

BOS MEETING-PRINCIPAL CIRCULAR

CLASS ROOMS, LABORATORIES, SEMINAR HALLS WITH ICT-ENABLED FACILITIES

DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE

COMPUTER SCIENCE ICT ENABLED CLASS ROOM NB-22

COMPUTER SCIENCE ICT ENABLED CLASS ROOM NB-24

COMPUTER SCIENCE LABORATORY

DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS

DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY

DEPARTMENT OF BOTANY

DEPARTMENT OF GEOLOGY

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH

ENGLISH LANGUAGE LABORATORY

DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE

INFRASTRUCTURE FACILITIES

GOVERNMENT ARTS COLLEGE (AUTONOMOUS), SALEM-7.

CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT & SKILL ENHANCEMENT ACTIVITIES

STUDENTS INDUCTION PROGRAMME
526
STUDENTS BENEFITED
CONCERNED DEPARTMENTS
GOOD GOVERNANCE AND EFFECTIVE PARTICIPATION
200
STUDENTS BENEFITED
YUVA ACTIVE ADVOCACY FORUM, CHENNAI
E-QUIZ ON LITERARY CRITICISM
1250
STUDENTS BENEFITED
DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH
YOGA
76
STUDENTS BENEFITED
DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH
MINDSET AND ATTITUDE OF AN ENTREPRENEUR POST COVID-19 WORLD
230
STUDENTS BENEFITED
EDII – TAMIL NADU

STUDENTS INDUCTION PROGRAMME- B.Com AND B.Com(CA)

STUDENTS INDUCTION PROGRAMME- BBA

STUDENTS INDUCTION PROGRAMME- B.Sc STATISTICS

STUDENTS INDUCTION PROGRAMME- KANI TAMIL PERAVAI

STUDENTS INDUCTION PROGRAMME- LIFE SKILL - YOGA

STUDENTS INDUCTION PROGRAMME- E-QUIZ IN LITERARY CRITICISM

GOVERNMENT ARTS COLLEGE (AUTONOMOUS), SALEM-7

POLICIES

Awards received by our Faculty

GOVERNMENT ARTS COLLEGE (AUTONOMOUS), SALEM-7.

CODE OF CONDUCT

PROJECTS BY STUDENTS

One day- One plant display by PG students, Potted plants were maintained by students, a List of trees was surveyed inside the campus, Herbarium was maintained, Making use of the expertise of distinctive Alumni.

Dustbins are provided to collect the glass waste material, acid waste material, base waste material, solid chemical waste material separately

A Periodic mentoring system is followed by the institute.

Our faculty are motivating the research culture among the Post graduate students. They are encouraged to attend and present papers in various seminars/conferences.

Counselling and guidance are given to students on their personnel issues.

Everyday in the classroom, one student should read the news loudly in front of others and record the same in the notebook to understand and express the social problems in their own words for improving the language skills.

Everyday one student in each class should explain a concept in Statistics to imbibe the skills of understanding concepts which ensure the survival and development of mankind.

Dustbins are provided to collect the glass waste material, acid waste material, base waste material, solid chemical waste material separately

Dustbins are provided to collect the glass waste material, acid waste material, base waste material, solid chemical waste material separately

One day- One plant display by PG students, Potted plants were maintained by students, a List of trees was surveyed inside the campus, Herbarium was maintained, Making use of the expertise of distinctive Alumni.

Everyday one student in each class should write a proverb on the blackboard to incorporate the moral and ethical values in the minds of the students.

Every week in each class the student collects and records at least 10 GK questions with answers for improving their General Knowledge to face the competitive examination.

Students are instructed to present a seminar in a topic related with the subject to improve the presentation skills, verbal skills, blackboard using skills of the students and to make them ready for their job.

One day one plant – display, Growing potted plants, Herbarium maintenance, Making use of expertise of distinctive alumni to deliver lectures, Database of Campus trees.

Daily Morning Prayer with thought for the day.

Received Pronunciation (RP) through Audio Honing Skills (LSRW).

Yoga Practices.

As the majority of students are from rural backgrounds, basic computer knowledge has been made compulsory. It is mandatory for all first year students.

Gender equity is maintained while assigning regular and special duties among the students.

Bio-data formats were prepared with maximum number of students information included.

In each department, students are nominated for students association responsibilities.

Sharing subject knowledge and general knowledge through Whatsapp groups.

E-governance is practiced in all departments for all academic and non-academic activities.,

Maintenance of old trees.

Physically challenged and visually challenged students studying in this college are motivated.

Students are encouraged to buy Newspapers on a subsidiary rate for increasing their vocabulary and speaking skill.

The students are encouraged to wear traditional clothes during the festival celebrations.

Outsiders are prohibited from entering our college camps through barriguard for security purposes.

GOVERNMENT ARTS COLLEGE (AUTONOMOUS), SALEM-7.

EXTENSION ACTIVITIES FOR THE YEAR 2020-2021

GOVERNMENT ARTS COLLEGE(AUTONOMOUS), SALEM-7.

STUDENTS COUNCIL FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2020-2021.

TAMIL

Secretary:  R. Kesavan
Joint Secretary: M. Arunprasath
Women Representative: S. Kowsalya

MATHEMATICS

PHYSICS

BOTANY

Secretary: P. Kirubakaran
Joint Secretary: S. Aravinth
Women Representative:A. Rajeswari

GEOLOGY

HISTORY

COMMERCE

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

Secretary: I. Yoseppu
Joint Secretary: P. Kannan
Women Representative: P.S. Suvalakshmi

COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

Secretary:G. Vikram
Joint Secretary: G. Gokul
Women Representative: S.R.Saradhadevi

ENGLISH

Secretary : R. Divyadharshini
Joint Secretary : V.J. Gayathri Devi
Women Representative: P. Nithya Priya

STATISTICS

Secretary: A. Divya
Joint Secretary: S. Dinakaran
Women Representative: A. Pavithra

CHEMISTRY

Secretary : S. Ligeswari
Joint Secretary : M. Naveen Kumar
Women Representative: J.V. Christy Evanjeline

ZOOLOGY

Secretary: T. Arun
Joint Secretary: S. Mathiyalagan
Women Representative: A. Sangeetha.

GEOGRAPHY

ECONOMICS

Secretary:M. Sankarganesh
Joint Secretary: M. Nandhakumar
Women Representative: A. Arthishree

COOPERATION

POLITICAL SCIENCE

Secretary: A. Manikandaragupathi
Joint Secretary:P. Gowchick
Women Representative: M. Hemalatha

HUMAN RIGHTS

Secretary:S. Karthik
Joint Secretary: S.R. Nethaji
Women Representative: S. Srimathy

COMPUTER SCIENCE

Secretary: D. Dhanishwaran
Joint Secretary: M. Raghavan
Women Representative: V. Manjula

B.COM (CA)

Secretary: N. Naga Suriyasaran
joint Secretary: S.J.Deepak
Women Representative: M. Sneha

STUDENTS COUNCIL FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2021-2022

TAMIL

Secretary: R. Sabarinathan
Joint Secretary: M. Arunprasath
Women Representative: S. Keerthana

MATHEMATICS

PHYSICS

BOTANY

Secretary: M. Agila
Joint Secretary: G. Murugan
Women Representative: M. Priya

GEOLOGY

HISTORY

COMMERCE

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

Secretary: A. Srivarshan
Joint Secretary: S. Suriya
Women Representative : S. Jeeva

COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

Secretary: K. Vinoth
Joint Secretary: P. Prasoon Maurya
Women Representative: R.K. Dharshanjali

ENGLISH

STATISTICS

Secretary:  A. Pavithra
Joint Secretary: M. Muniraj
Women Representative: V. Deepa

CHEMISTRY

Secretary: R. Siranjeevi
Joint Secretary: M.S. Dhanush
Women Representative: R. Yalini

ZOOLOGY

Secretary: S. Mathiyalagan
Joint Secretary: R. Gokulaselvan
Women Representative : Arulpriya

GEOGRAPHY

ECONOMICS

Secretary: K. Arul
Joint Secretary: S. Balaji
Women Representative: S. Jayapratha

COOPERATION

POLITICAL SCIENCE

Secretary: J. Deepak kumar
Joint Secretary: P. Hariprasanth
Women Representative: S. Jeeva

HUMAN RIGHTS

Secretary: G. Sakthivel
Joint Secretary: T. Hariharan
Women Representative: K. Subarna

COMPUTER SCIENCE

Secretary: R. Karthikeyan
Joint Secretary: S. Prasath
Women Representative: M. Nivetha

B.COM (CA)

Secretary: N. Naga Suriyasaran
Joint Secretary: S.J.Deepak
Women Representative: S. Karunya