Best Practice

 

 

Best Practice

BEST PRACTICES OF BHARATHI COLLEGE & BHARATHI EDUCATION TRUST:

  • INSTITUTIONAL BEST PRACTICES:
    • Life skill development program.
    • Alumni arrange spoken English classes, placement drive, Blood donation camp, Fresher’s day, Graduation Day, Bridge Courses.
    • Endowment scholarships.
    • Plantation of saplings on Gandhi Jayanthi.
    • July 10th two personalities with remarkable service to the society in the field of organic farming and social reformation are honoured in the name of the founder president Dr.G.Madegowda.
    • On the international women’s day, Padma.G.Madegowda award is given to women have rendered extraordinary achievements the causes of feminism in the society.
    • Soil Testing centre.

 

  • DEPARTMENTAL BEST PRACTICES
    • Gross root community development programmes.
    • Adaptation of one Village every year.
    • 7 days NSS camp organised to focus on Swachcha Bharath Abhiyan.
    • Department of Economics alluded schemes of govt. financial assistance for formers.
    • The commerce faculty educates the formers about loans available from the bank & bank transactions.
    • Political science creates voting awareness to build a nation with political stability & constitutions rights and Acts.
    • of Sociology spread the message of gender equality & women empowerment.
    • Computer science training the rural segment to get enrolled for Aadhar and Voting card.
    • of Botany educate the farmers bio fertilizers and bio pesticides and soil fertility.
    • Zoology takes up blood grouping for villagers and educated them the evils of early & late marriage.
    • Bio technology – Disadvantage of blood related marriages, contagious disease, AIDS, H1N1, Dengue.

 

  • STUDENT’S WELFARE
    Welfare schemes include various scholarships, book-bank, mid-day meal scheme, counselling, health care and Value Education.

  • MENTOR WARD
    Every teacher is a Mentor for a group of students. The Mentor keeps track of the academic progress and acts as Counsellor when necessary.

  • VALUE EDUCATION
    Values are instilled in students in the Value Education classes held weekly.
  • CAREER GUIDANCE
    Experts from various fields give talks, and aptitude tests exposing them to various career options.
  • PLACEMENT CELL
    The Placement Officer on campus ensures that all students get opportunities to be placed in good, selective companies.
  • RESEARCH AND FACULTY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMME
    The faculty are encouraged to undertake Research, attend seminars/workshops and provided with journals, leave and some financial help if needed.
  • EFFECTIVE CLASS ROOM TEACHING
    Audio -Visual aids (the overhead projection, LCD etc) make teaching effective.
  • ORIENTATION
    Orientation workshops are held at the beginning of the academic year for students, teaching staff and administrative staff to equip them in the teaching/learning process.

  • HELPING HAND COUNSELING SERVICE
    A professional counsellor on Campus, provides counselling and guidance to students.
  • SOCIAL SERVICES
    Community reach out programmes such as providing care for rag-pickers, lepers, and slum-dwellers help students to be aware of their social responsibilities.
  • CLUBS & ASSOCIATIONS
    The students union conducts extra-curricular and co-curricular activities. Associations and clubs for dance, drama, craft, cooking, karate etc. help in all round development of students.
  • ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
    The Alumni Association meets annually and plans activities for the year. Prizes/Scholarships have been donated by the Alumni.

 

  • PUBLICATIONS OF STUDENTS
    These publications being out the students’ creative potential and provides experience with the print and electronic media.
  • STUDENT FRIENDLY AMBIENCE
    Students made to feel comfortable and at ease on campus, through the facilities like the canteen, the bank, telephone booths etc. and the cool ambience of beautiful gardens.
  • STUDENT EVALUATION OF TEACHING STAFF
    Students objectively evaluates the staff through confidential questionnaires which help teachers to improve.
  • PROMOTION OF INDIAN TRADITION AND CULTURE
    In an increasingly westernized world, Jyoti Nivas upholds Indian tradition, culture and values by promoting Indian Dance and music, observing Ethnic Day and by celebrating Various Indian and National festivals.
  • SHORT TERM COURSES
    Short term courses on Campus add skills to our students giving them a competitive edge.
  • SPORTS PROMOTION
    Participation games & athletics at state and national level provide all-round development.
  • WOMEN CELL
    The women cell established in order to protect women staff and students associated with the college from all sorts of injustice or sexual harassment of any nature directly and indirectly.
  • ANTI RAGGING SQUAD
    Members of the Discipline committee are on constant vigilance in the campus for any conduct or incident which causes or is likely to cause annoyance, hardship or psychological harm or to raise fear or apprehension thereof in a fresher or a junior student.