SC / ST Committee

The SC/ST Committee, also known as the Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes Committee has been established as per the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989, No. 33 of 1989, dated 11.09.1989, is a vital entity within the institution that focuses on safeguarding the rights and interests of students belonging to Scheduled Castes (SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST) communities.

Roles and Responsibilities:
  • 1. The committee serves as an advocate for the welfare and rights of SC/ST students within the institution, ensuring their voices are heard and their concerns addressed.
  • 2. It works towards ensuring equal opportunities for SC/ST students in all aspects of academic and extracurricular activities, including admission, scholarships, placements, and leadership opportunities.
  • 3. The committee organizes awareness programs and sensitization sessions to educate the broader student community and faculty about the challenges and issues faced by SC/ST students and the importance of inclusivity.
  • 4. It provides support services and resources to SC/ST students, such as counseling, mentorship, academic assistance, and financial aid, to help them thrive academically and personally.
  • 5. The committee advocates for the formulation and implementation of policies and measures that promote the academic and social advancement of SC/ST students, including affirmative action programs and anti-discrimination policies.
  • 6. It monitors the implementation of existing policies and programs related to SC/ST welfare and reports any instances of discrimination, harassment, or injustice faced by SC/ST students to the appropriate authorities.
  • 7. The committee collaborates with external organizations, government agencies, and NGOs working in the field of SC/ST welfare to leverage resources and support for the benefit of SC/ST students.
  • 8. It focuses on empowering SC/ST students through skill development, leadership training, and opportunities for personal and professional growth.
  • 9. The committee promotes cultural diversity and inclusivity by organizing events, workshops, and celebrations that highlight the rich cultural heritage of SC/ST communities.
  • 10. It continually assesses the needs and challenges faced by SC/ST students and adapts its strategies and initiatives to better serve their interests and aspirations.

Members of the Committee:
Sl. No Name and Designation of the Members Role Contact Number E-mail ID
1 Dr. Suresh.P R, Principal Convener 9447297645
2 Dr. Asha T.S, Professor & Head ECD Joint Convener 9495659503
3 Sri. Santhoshkumar.S, Professor, MED Member 9447175859
4 Sri. Suresh T, Instructor, EEED Member 9447272878
5 Sri. Prasad K, Vice President PTA Member 9446060103
6 Sri. Radhakrishnan P K, AA, Office Member 9495450646
7 Sri. Vineesh S, S2 MB Member 9061596402
8 Sri. Abhinav K.G, S5 MA Member 7356971729