Anti-Ragging Committee of the college ensures the implementation of ‘Zero Tolerance’ for ragging of any kind. It works under statutory polices framed by the UGC. Ragging is a cognizable offence and those who indulge in it or encourage it will be handed over to the appropriate legal authorities as per: G O. Ed 122 URC-96 dated 16-01-1997
Vision: Ragging free campus for higher education
Mission : To prevent ragging in any of its form – Physical , mental or emotional.
|Dr. P. N. Udayachandra , Principal||Chairman
|Dr. A. Jayakumar Shetty, Vice-Principal||Member|
|Mr. Shashishekhar N. Kakathkar, Science Dean||Member|
|Dr. Shalip Kumari, Arts Dean||Member|
|Dr. Vishwanatha P. Dean, PG Studies||Member
|Dr. B. P. Sampath Kumar, Registrar(Administration)||Member|
|Mr. Shanthiprakash, Registrar(Evaluation)||Member|
|Mr. Gajanana R. Bhat Co-ordinator, Student Welfare Committee||Co-ordinator
|Mr. Mahesh Kumar Shetty, Member, Discipline Committee||Member
|Dr. Naveen Kumar, Member, Discipline Committee||Member
|Mr. Jinnappa (Parent)||Member|
|Ms. Tejashwini K S, I MA JMC||Student Representative|
|Mr. Samana R, I MSc Chemistry||Student Representative|
|Mr. Dada Peer, II B.Sc.‘B‘||Student Representative|
Economic and geographical backwardness of the students often comes in the way of their education. Considering this limitation, number of facilities are provided to them by the government and non government organisations. Alongside the scholarships and hostel facilities, midday meal scheme was launched in the college with the donations of staff, alumni and the management. Identified students are given healthy and nutritious midday meals at the college canteen on all the working days.
The mentoring program is aimed to provide guidance to the students in their studies. A group of 25 to 35 students is allotted to each faculty at the beginning of the academic year. The mentors discuss various issues faced by the students. The mentors meet the students regularly and conduct monthly meeting. Parents- teacher’s meeting is also arranged every semester.
Students’ Grievances Redressal Cell makes all necessary arrangements for receiving representations / complaints/ grievances from students relating to general administration, examination and evaluation and any other problems relating to the functioning of a student in the college.
The Committee has been constituted to maintain the safety and security of female students and women for redressal of grievances in the campus. It provides a platform for listening to complaints and ensure healthy atmosphere in and around the college.
The SC/ST Cell of the college was established with the purpose to empower the SC/ST students in the college. The college takes special interest in facilitating financial support to students from these communities from government agencies and other sources.
Merit based, need based and student specific government and private scholarships are available to the students. SDME Trust also provides need based and merit based monthly scholarships for Post graduate students.
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SDM counselling centre provides a full range of counselling and psychological services to the students as well as the general public who are facing emotional and mental difficulties. All services rendered by the centre are free. The centre is equipped with professional counsellors, who are easily approachable and ready to help. A prior appointment has to be taken from the counsellors to avoid confusions. The service of the counselling centre includes: Assessments (IQ for Learning Disabilities, adjust mental problems etc.), Remedial training for school children, Individual Counseling, Family Counseling, Supportive Counseling and Psychoeducation.
The cell provides need based gender sensitization programmes to women students, it also offers awareness programmes on sexual harassment and preventive measures.
In case of health issues, on call medical facilities are provided at the SDM Hospital, Ujire run by the management.