Autonomous Cells

ATTENDANCE CELL

Preamble

Professional institutes across the globe face the challenge of ensuring attendance and participation of students in regular classes to improve their academic standards. Our experience has taught us that the most important assurance regarding performance of students comes from his/her regular attendance in the classes. Our best performing students, toppers and distinction holders have attendance constantly above 95%. To ensure the same and also the eligibility for appearing in examinations are not left to chance. The attendance cell monitors attendance of all students, classes and clinics/practicals. It mainly aims to identify early signs of absenteeism and poor performance. To combat this, every constituent college of the University has an Attendance cell with the central one located at Vice Dean’s office, Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College.

Objectives and tasks
  • To monitor student’s attendance in theory, practicals and clinics.
  • To monitor of proper conduction classes as per university norms.
  • To address the students grievances regarding attendance.
  • To identify and counsel students with less attendance and chronically absent.
  • To maintain communication with parents/guardians To maintain and ensure transparency of records
Operational Guidelines
The university strictly adheres to the attendance criteria (subjectwise) for eligibility in University examinations which are as follows :
  • Theory : Greater than equal to 75%
  • Practial / Clinics : Greater than equal to 80%

(Remaining 20% include all absence like sickness, other leaves, etc.) The student failing to attain the required progressive attendance in a particular subject is not eligible to appear in University Examinations in that subject.

Constitution of Attendance Cell
Every constituent faculty of University i.e Medical, Dental, Ayurveda and Nursing has an Attendance cell units. Convener Attendance cell DMIMSU : - Dr VIDYA LOHE, Professor, Sharad Pawar Dental College.
Attendance Cell - Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College
S.No. Name Designation
1.
Dr. Sangeeta Totade Co- convener
2
Dr. Mohite Member
3
Dr. Smruti Ranjan Naik Member
4
Miss Nancy Mahapatra Final MBBS part I - Student Representatives
5
Mr. Amit Gilani Second MBBS - Student Representatives
Attendance Cell - Sharad Pawar Dental College & Hospital
S.No. Name Designation
1.
Dr Vidya Lohe Co- convener
2
Dr. Alka Hande Member
3
Dr. Seema Sathe Member
4
Miss Manali Wankhede Final BDS - Student Representatives
5
Miss Mrunalini Chouksey Third BDS - Student Representatives
Attendance Cell - Mahatma Gandhi Ayurvedic College
S.No. Name Designation
1
Dr.Saroj Tirpude Co- convener
2
Dr. Neetesh Shambharkar Member
3
Dr.Reena Jaiswal Member
4
Mr. Sumit Ingole Batch 2012-13 - Student Representatives
5
Miss Pallavi Bawane Batch2014-15 - Student Representatives
Attendance Cell - Smt Radhikabai Meghe Memorial College of Nursing
S.No. Name Designation
1
Ms. Nilima Rakshale Co- convener
2
Ms. Bali Thool, Basic - B.Sc. [N] Member
3
Ms. Archana Teltumde- PBBSc. [N] Member
4
Ms. Khushabu Meshram - MSc [N] Member
5
Mr. Sandeep Rangari Final Year M.Sc. Nursing - Student Representatives
6
Miss Mercy Joseph Final Year B.Sc. Nursing - Student Representatives
7
Mr. Sagar Alwadkar Final Year PB B.Sc Nursing - Student Representatives
Attendance Cell - Ravi Nair Physiotherapy College
S.No. Name Designation
1
Dr. Shaym Jungade Co- convener
2
Dr. Sonam Dafarari Member
3
Miss Akshata Raut Student Representative
Policy Guidelines regarding Leave of Under Graduate Students
RULES REGARDING DATE OF JOINING AFTER ADMISSION :  
  • A candidate is expected to join on or before 7 days after the admission procedure. Clause 1 – Prior written permission will be required by the Head of the Institution stating specific reasons; if the candidate wishes to join later than the due period.
  • The attendance will not be considered if the student fails to produce the permission letter from the Head of the Institution after joining late.
RULES REGARDING LEAVE APPLICATION ON PERSONAL GROUNDS :  
  • The University does not provide attendance for leave under personal grounds like Family functions, ailment of family members, health check –up, sudden demise of relatives etc. Clause 2 - Under exceptional circumstances, the final authority lies with the Head of the Institution.
  • NRI students can be permitted attendance for the period required for visa renewal after producing necessary documents.
RULES REGARDING LEAVE APPLICATION ON MEDICAL GROUNDS :  
  • The leave under medical grounds will be considered for a period not exceeding 7 days. However, the leave will only be considered if the medical certificate is duly attested by Chief Medical Officer or Civil Surgeon, if not from teaching hospitals.
  • The leave under surgical grounds/ accidents will be considered for a period not exceeding 10 days. However, the leave will only be considered if the Medical Certificate is duly attested by Chief Medical Officer/ Civil Surgeon/Medical superintendent of teaching hospitals after presenting before Medical Board of AVBRH.
  • The Medical Certificate can be produced after the candidate joins or it can be sent via post or e – mail to attendance cell. Clause 3 - Leaves exceeding the above mentioned period will only be considered under exceptional cases and the authority will strictly lie with the Head of the Institution.
RULES REGARDING LEAVE FOR REPRESENTING INSTITUTION IN CONFERENCE/SPORTS/CULTURAL MEET /OTHER EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES ETC :
  • The candidate will be permitted for attendance during the period in which he/she represents the Institute in Conference/Sports/Cultural meet /Other extracurricular activities etc. along with the period of travel after the student produces certificate of attendance/participation.
 
Activities
  • User name and password to parents of First Year students are sent by bulk SMS, regular mail and e mail in the beginning of the session.
  • Daily and monthly attendance is displayed for students to keep track of their records.
  • Student’s grievances regarding attendance are addressed.
  • Quarterly letters regarding less attendance are sent to Dean, HOD and Parents.
  • Show cause notice to exam going students for short of attendance is sent in September and February every year.
  • Detention letters are sent to parents of detained students in October and April every year.
  • College wise regular monitoring of Lectures, Practical’s and Clinics is done using above proforma.
 

IPR CELL

Committee
IPR CELL DMIMS (DU) The Intellectual Property Right Cell of Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences (DU) was constituted on 25th Apr. 2012. The composition of Cell is as under
1. Dr.Lalit B.Waghmare (Director Innovations) Chairman
2. Dr. A. N. Gupta (Retired Assistant Controller of Patents & Designs, Kolkata) Technical Member (Patent Filing)
3 Dr.Swanand Pathak, Prof & HOD, Pharmacology - JNMC Institutional Member
4 Dr S. Z. Quazi, Prof., Dept of Community Medicine, JNMC Institutional Member
5 Dr. B. Chouragade, Prof., SSS. MGAC Institutional Member
6 Dr. Punit Fulzele, Asst Prof., Dept of Pedodontics, SPDC Secretary
7 Ms. Seema Singh, Prof., Dept of Medical Surgical Nursing, SRMMCON Institutional Member
Status of Copy Rights Received

CENTRAL RESEARCH LABORATORY (CRL)

Core Commities

Dr. Swanand Pathak , Asso. Prof, Pharmacology : Incharge

Dr. Ajay Wasudeo Meshram, Prof & HOD, Biochemistry : Member

Dr. Samarth Shukla, Prof. Pathology : Member

Facilities
SN Name of Equipment/Instrument Tests / Investigations
1 Spectrophotometer (UV-VIS-117) Used in photochemical analysis and quantitativeestimation of substances blood sugar, creatinine,hemoglobin, MDA, SOD, Mg2+, etc.
2 Deep Freeze- RQFV-265 D (REMI) For storing the sample at - 400 C
3 Cooling Microfuge(CM12) Remi For centrifuging the sample at particular temperature.(Min. Temp.: -200C).(5 – 40 ml capacity) (Upto 16000 RPM)
4 Research Centrifuge(R24) Remi For centrifuging the sample (Upto 20000 RPM)
5 Laboratory Centrifuge( R8C) Remi For centrifuging the sample (Upto 6000 RPM)
6 Chemical Analytical Balance(H-1) K-Roy For weighing purpose (0. 1 g – 200 gm)
7 Single Pan Electrical Balance – (K12) K-Roy For weighing purpose (1 mg – 100 gm)
8 Single Pan Electrical Balance - (K15) K-Roy For weighing purpose (1 mg – 100 gm)
9 Electrophoresis Instruments - 3 Power Packs,with Vertical & Horizontal Tanks (Biotech) Used to detect and classify serum proteins or proteinsfrom any other source. Also used for DNA separation
10 Double Cell Colorimeter(Systronics) Used in photochemical analysis and quantitativeestimation of substances blood sugar, creatinine,hemoglobin, etc.
11 Chemistry Analyzer - RA50(Technicon) Used for quantitative estimation of creatinine, lipidprofile, etc.
12 Digital PH Meter(Labtronics) For measuring and adjusting the pH of solution
13 Laboratory Clinical Centrifuge(REMI) For centrifuge the sample (Upto 6000 RPM)
14 Electromagnetic Stirrer (Motorless) (1EMS) For stirring the solution. (Stirring Capacity – 1Lit.)(100 – 650 RPM)
15 Magnetic Stirrer with hot plate(1MLH) For stirring the solution (Stirring Capacity – 1Lit.)(Upto 1200 RPM)
16 Cyclo-Mixer(CM 101-DX)(REMI) For mixing the solution
17 Rotamantle(2 RML) For stirring the solution at particular temperature(Stirring Capacity – 2 Lit. Upto 1200 RPM)
18 Binocular Research Microscope withDarkfield attachment(Olympus) Used for visualizing minute structures includingmicrobes.
19 Refrigerator(Godrej) For storing the sample and reagents.
20 All Glass Double Distillation Apparatus For water distillation
21 Water Bath Without Thermostat(Kumar) For heating the sample solution
22 Water Bath With Thermostat(Tempo) For heating the sample solution
23 Photoelectric Colorimeter(Elico.8 Cell)CL-157 Used in photochemical analysis and quantitativeestimation of substances blood sugar, creatinine,hemoglobin, Mg+2, etc.
24 Cyber Scan pH Meter (Merck) For measuring and adjusting the pH of solution
25 HPLC (Shimadzu) For qualitative & quantitative estimation of drugs.
26 Water Purification System Direct –Q3 For ultra pure and distilled water
27 Flame Photometer CL-378 (ELICO) For Ionic Estimation like Na+, K+, Ca2+, Li2+
28 Tissue Homogenizer RQ 127-A (REMI) For homogenizing the tissue (300 – 8000 RPM,)(Max. Vol. upto 100 ml)
29 Ultra Sonic Bath (Sonicator) (Loba Life) For sonication
30 Vacuum Desiccators – Bottom with cover & sleeve For desiccation
31 Vacuum Desiccators with cover knob top For desiccation
32 Electrolyte Analyzer (9180)(Roche) For estimation of serum Na+, serum K+ and serum Li+
33 Mini-VIDAS (Biomerieux) For Hormonal assay
34 RT-PCR (Thermofisher) For genomic study

SCHOOL OF HEALTH PROFESSIONALEDUCATION & RESEARCH (SHPER)

IN-HOUSE JOURNALS

University Journals

STUDENT GUIDANCE CLINIC

Background and Rationale

Medicine is a way of life and a profession as well. The decision of becoming a Physician includes an important commitment that architects one’s life spectrum. Learners of medicine encounter stress at various academic sources such as long hours of study, assignments, seminars, lack of free time, examination, competition for greater achievements and working in awkward as well as demanding situation most of the times. It is difficult to maintain a balance between personal activities and the professional duties for a novice professional. The level of anxiety is worsened by the newer challenges created by innovations in the medical field demanding more precision and dexterity on the part of the learner. The rapid societal changes add to the stressors as well. To establish an identity and prove one’s own worth is a part of natural growing extended to this phase of life…

Aim

To guide and counsel students to get rid of negative emotions and motivate them to discover their potential to achieve the best of their capabilities.

Objectives
  • To understand the academic needs and problems of health professionals, students and guide them to improve their proficiency.
  • To make students aware of their professional growth and pre-requisites for their professional career.
  • To encourage and help the student to grow and progress by achieving a clear understanding and acceptance of one’s strength, interest, abilities, weakness, skills and values.
  • To conduct research in behavioral and educational psychology in medical learning.
  • To help students to undertake greater responsibilities for self learning and to motivate them for critical and analytical thinking.
  • To make them understand the expectations of society from the health care professionals and equip them to cope up accordingly.
Advisory Committee
S.No. Name Designation
1. Dr. S. S. Patel Chief Co-ordinator, DMIMSDU Chairman
2 Dr. Sandeep Shrivastava Dean, Faculty of Medicine Member
3 Dr. A. J. Pakhan Dean, Faculty of Dentistry Member
4 Dr. Shyam Bhutada Dean, Faculty of Ayurveda Member
5 Dr. G. J. Ramteke Dean, Faculty of Paramedical Sciences Member
6 Mr. B. D. Kulkarni Principal, Faculty of Nursing Member
7 Mrs. Baby Goyal Principal, ANM School Member
8 Dr. A. J. Anjankar Professor, Forensic Medicine Dept. Member
9 Dr. Rajesh K. Jha Professor, Pharmacology Dept. Co-ordinator
10 Mrs. Rupali Sarode Students Councillor Secretary
11 Dr. Mrs. D. A. Biswas Vice-Dean, Faculty of Medicine Special Invitee
12 Mrs. Vaishali Tendolkar Asso Prof, Faculty of Nursing Special Invitee
Co-ordination Committee
S.No. Name Designation
1 Dr. Rajesh K. Jha Professor, Pharmacology Dept. Co-ordinator
2 Mrs. Rupali Sarode Students Councillor Co-coordinators
3 Mrs. Vaishali Tendolkar Asso Prof, Faculty of Nursing
Executive Committee
S.No. Name Designation
1 Mrs. Rupali Sarode Student's Councillor
Regular Faculty
2 Ms. Mithila Panse Faculty, Student's Guidance Clinic
3 Mr. Sachchhil Sonone Faculty, Student's Guidance Clinic
4 Dr. (Mrs.) D. A. Biswas Vice-Dean, Faculty of Medicine
Invited Faculty
5 Mrs. Vaishali D. Tendolkar Asso Prof, Faculty of Nursing
Arena of Guidance and Counseling
  • Motivation :
Motivation supplies energy for moving towards goal. The role of counselor is to motivate the subject effectively so that the process of achieving the goal becomes smooth.
  • Bridging the Gap between the Level of Aspiration and Level of Attainment :
Counseling makes learner realize his potentials and capabilities and to aspire accordingly. One should be realistic in building the aspirations.
  • Self Regulation :
It is about managing emotions and feelings that are appropriate for the circumstances. Psychologist make students able to find a perspective that enable them to shake off irritability, gloom or immobilizing anxiety.
  • Self Analysis:
Psychologist can help the students to understand their own feelings and impulses and make them able to use that knowledge to regulate their behavior.
  • Commitment to Task :
It helps in providing energy and commitment towards the work done so as to give high degree of satisfaction and joy.
  • Realistic Understanding of Adverse Situations :
Realistic understanding of adverse situations prevents helplessness. It is a must for coping with a dilemma in life. Counselor can help in increasing the level of understanding.
  • Positive Approach:
Positive approach minimizes the problems and difficulties. It provides energy to move in the direction of goal. Counselor helps to develop positive attitude.
  • Holistic Approach of Life :
Life is a mixture of joy and sorrows. We all expect the brighter things of life. Joy is hidden in sorrows. Our approach is to be holistic.
  • Faith in Human Values :
Human values are the foundation of ideal behavior. The Counselor helps to inculcate these values.
  • Hard Work and Sincere Efforts :
There is no short cut to success. Success is always a state of mind. It can never be achieved without sincere efforts and hard work. Psychologist can make a student realize that sincere efforts and hard work never go unrewarded.
  • Improvement in Academic Performance :
Psychologist helps to improve the study techniques. Reading and writing skill, time management, group study technique, memory improving tips, presentation skill and confidence building techniques.

STUDENT WELFARE

Background and Rationale

In any educational institution, student occupy a pivotal position and all activities revolve round them… Therefore, the overall institutional ambience must reflect planned efforts for the welfare of its main stakeholder and the activities must not be just confined to narrow goals of achievements of desired academic standards but also incorporate conscious efforts directed towards overall welfare of the students.

Advisory Committee
S.No. Name Designation
1. Dr. Dilip Gode Vice - Chancellor Chairman
2 Dr. V. K. Deshpande Pro Vice - Chancellor Member
3 Dr. S. S. Patel Chief Co-ordinator Member
4 Dr. Rajiv Borle Registrar Member
5 Dr. Sandeep Shrivastava Dean, Faculty of Medicine Member
6 Dr. A. J. Pakhan Dean, Faculty of Dentistry Member
7 Dr . Shyam Bhutada Dean, Faculty of Ayurved Member
8 Mr . B. D. Kulkarni Principal, Faculty of Nursing Member
9 Dr. S . N. Mahajan Vice Dean, JNMC, ( P.G. Academics ) Co-ordinator, Games and Sports
10 Dr. A. J. Anjankar Professor, Forensic Medicine and Toxicology Legal Expert
11 Dr. Adarshlata Singh Dean, Faculty of Medicine (Academics) Member
12 Dr. Vidya Lohe Convener, Attendance Cell, DMIMS(DU) Member
Co-ordination Committee
S.No. Name Designation
1 Dr. Rajesh K. Jha Professor, Pharmacology, JNMC. Director, Student Welfare
2 Dr. (Mrs.) Alka Hande Asso Prof., SPDC Secretary, Student Welfare
3 03. Dr. (Mrs.) Deepti Shrivastava Professor, JNMC Member
4 Dr. Samarth Shukla Professor, JNMC Member
5 Dr. (Mrs.) Anita Wanjari Professor, MGAC Member
6 Dr. Gaurav Sawarkar Professor, MGAC Member
7 Mr. Rajiv Yashroy Director, International Initiatives & Strategic Planning, DMIMS(DU) Member
8 Dr. Apeksha Yadav Asso Prof, RNPC Member
9 Mrs. Vaishali Tendolkar Asso Prof, SRMMCON Member
10 Mrs. Ruchira Ankar Lecturer, SRMMCON Member
11 Mrs. Rupali Sarode Student's Counsellor, DMIMS(DU) Member
12 Ms. Mithila Panse Faculty, Student's Guidance Clinic Member
13 Mr. Sachchhil Sonone Member
14 Dr. S. P. Acharya Professor, JNMC Special Invitee
15 Dr. P. S. Patil Professor, JNMC Special Invitee
16 Dr. Manish Sharma Professor, JNMC Special Invitee
17 Mr. Devendra Gujarkar Sports Officer, DMIMS(DU) Member
18 Dr. Shravani Devlia Asso Prof, SPDC Member
19 Dr. Kiran Khandare Professor, MGAC Member
20 Ms. Savita Pohekar Asst. Professor, SRMMCON Member
Functions and Responsibilities
A] CO-ORDINATING FUNCTIONS : The Student Welfare Cell effectively co-ordinates with other cells which look after the welfare of the students and guides as well as encourages them to avail the facilities offered by them.
  • Examination Cell :
Examination Cell is devoted to uniform transparent and credible conduct of examinations.
  • Attendance Cell :
Attendance Cell monitors day to day attendance with monthly display on Notice Boards and University website.
  • N.S.S. Unit :
N.S.S. Unit brings our students closer to the society and inculcates social awareness among them.
  • Student Guidance Clinic :
Student Guidance Clinic offers guidance and counseling to the needy students.
B] INDEPENDENT FUNCTIONS:
  • To recognize meritorious students based on their performance in University examinations and recommend their name to the Head of the Institution for College/University Level Awards as per policy guidelines.
  • To identify advance learners and encourage them to take up sponsored/Unsponsored Short Term Research Projects, under the guidance of senior teachers participate in academic activities organized in and outside the institution and recognize their achievements appropriately
  • To guide and encourage the post-graduate students to present their research work at speciality conferences seeking help from the research guidance clinic and appropriately appreciate their achievements.
  • To encourage the students to participate in Intercollegiate Debate Competitions. Quiz and Cultural Programs and appreciate their achievements.
  • To promote physical well being by encouraging students to participate in Institutional, Interinstitutional and Inter-university Sports Events.
  • To identify students with noteworthy/exemplary achievements and recommend them for suitable awards.
  • To guide the students regarding free-ships, fee concessions, book bank and other facilities available for them.
  • To engage students in all such activities aimed at welfare of the students or as directed by the higher authorities.
  • To maintain the relevant data, preferably in electronic storage system for easy retrieval.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS CELL

We at Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences (Deemed University), Nagpur offer a very cordial welcome to the International students wishing to join the Undergraduate degree programmes in our accredited University at Nagpur. Our unitary campus is located in a 125 acre campus which houses our five constituent colleges namely: - Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College Sharad Pawar Dental College SRMM College of Nursing Ravi Nair College of Physiotherapy Mahatma Gandhi Ayurvedic College and Research Centre Every year, a large number of NRI and Foreign students show their preference for our University. Presently, we have students from countries including USA, Australia, Kingdom of Bahrain, Bangladesh, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Sultanate of Oman, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Malaysia, Nigeria, Tanzania and Yemen. For the purpose of catering to the needs of such children and their parents, the University has set up a separate NRI Cell which takes care of the welfare of the international students by providing them a single window to address all their queries and also seek information whenever it is needed. Application form for admission under the NRI/PIO/FN Quota


Students Intake from Countries : USA, Australia, Kingdom of Bahrain, Bangladesh, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Sultanate of Oman, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Malaysia, Nigeria, Tanzania and Yemen
International Cell
S.No. Name Designation
1. Mr. Rajiv Yashroy Director (International Initiatives and Strategic Planning), DMIMS (DU) Convenor
2. Dr. Nazli Quazi Professor, Physiology, JNMC Member
3. Shri Abhuday Meghe, O.S.D. DMIMS, Wardha Member
4. Dr. Nitin Bhola, Professor, Oral Surgery, SPDC Member
5. Dr. Mrs. Arti Panchbhai, Reader Oral Medicine SPDC Member
6. Dr. Shubhangi Belekar Asso Prof., Pathology, JNMC Member
Contact Person
Mr. Rajiv Yashroy
Director (International Initiatives and Strategic Planning)
(Deemed University)Atrey Layout, Pratap Nagar,
NAGPUR - 440 020 (M.S.) INDIA
Phone: +91-712-3295207, 3295234
Fax: +91-712-2245318
Mobile: +91-9764996622
Email: ryashroy@dmims.org

Documents

EXAMINATION CELL

Prologue

The examination cell was constituted by the University with the objective of conducting internal examinations with desired degree of credibility, uniformity and transparency with well defined element of accountability. While taking stock of the journey over the years, it is felt that a lot has been achieved & desired system has been successfully put in place.

Constitution of Examination Cell ‘Core Committee’
  • The Committee of the ‘Examination Cell’ shall be headed by the Convener assisted by a Co-convener, who shall be a senior faculty. The Co -Conveners shall have a tenure of 2 years & shall follow a rotatory basis among senior exam cell faculty members of constituent colleges
  • Apart from these, two faculty members each from all the constituent colleges under DMIMS shall be the members of the Committee. The members shall be nominated by the Competent Authority, DMIMSU on recommendation of Dean/Principal of the constituent colleges.
  • The committee shall also consist of the student representatives each from all constituent colleges. The students shall be selected by the respective Principals/Deans ensuring representation to all sections/phases of students. The tenure of student shall be one academic year.
  • The committee, so constituted shall have the tenure of three years or till the new committee comes into place. It will act as a supervisory and decision making body and shall be collectively responsible for timely and smooth conduct of all scheduled examinations.
  • A Special Exam committee will be formed from members of Exam cell.
  • Unfair means committee will also be formed from members of Exam cell.
  • 7. A Special Monitoring & Evaluation Committee for Formative exams shall be formed by Co-convener & Dean Academics (by rotation)
Composition

Sr. No.

Name

Designation

Post held

1

Dr. D. A. Biswas

Prof. & Vice Dean JNMC

Convener

2

Dr. V. V. Wagh

Prof. JNMC

Co-Convener

3

Dr. N. Sharma

Reader, SPDC

Member

4

Dr. S. Nagpure

Asstt. Prof. JNMC

Member

5

Dr. A. Anjankar

Asstt. Prof. JNMC

Member

6

Dr. V. Belkhode

Lecturer, SPDC

Member

7

Dr. S. Mohod

CMS & Lecturer, SPDC

Member

8

Dr. P. Dandekar

Prof. MGACHRC

Member

9

Dr. S. Parwe

Asso. Prof. MGACHRC

Member

10

Dr. U. Yelne

Lecturer MGACHRC

Member

11

Mrs. Jaya Gawai

Lecturer, SRMMCON

Member

12

Ms. Darshana Kumari

Lecturer, SRMMCON

Member

13

Ms. Shalini Lokhande

Lecturer, SRMMCON

Member

Broad Responsibilities of the Committee
  • To prepare annual calendar of formative examinations of all constituent .
  • Colleges at the beginning of each academic year, to be incorporated in the annual academic calendar.
  • To conduct various notified examinations scrupulously following the schedule as laid down in the policy guide lines .
  • To ensure that the result is declared as per schedule and are uploaded in the official University website.
  • To identify the under achievers and refer them for guidance and counselling under information head of the institutes.
  • To monitor the usage and make efforts for continuous improvements and enrichment of various learning resources.
  • To make efforts for continuous quality enhancement with the help of ICT.

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