FACULTY PROFILE - B. PHARMA
     
No.
NAME,PHOTO & SIGNATURE
QUALIFICATION
EXPERIENCE
1.
Dr.VINEETH CHANDY
M.pharma,Phd  15 Years
2.
Dr.K.Krupanidhi
M.Pharma,Phd 15 Years
3.

Mr.Anish Mathew

M.Pharma

Teaching - 8years

4.
Mrs.Khalida Khanum

M.pharma Teaching-7 year
5.

Mr.Yassin Khan Patan

M.Pharma Teaching - 7Year
6.

Mr.M.Subramani


 

M.Pharma Teaching - 5years
7.


Mr.Ananda.v

 

M.Pharma Teaching - 04Years
8.
Ms. Nisha Anish

M.Pharma Teaching - 3years
9.
Miss.Susan P John

M.Pharma   Teaching-1 Years
10.


Mr.Ranajith Damodhar

 
M.Pharma Teaching- 1year
11.


Mr. Samsul Alam

M.Pharma Teaching- 1year
12.
Mr.Somasundara Venkitesh

M.Pharma Teaching - 1Years
13.
Mr.Anand Desh Pande

M.Pharma   Teaching- 1year 
14.
Mr.G.Siva Kumar
M.Pharma Teaching - 1Year
15.

Mr. D.J.Mukherjee

M.Pharma   Teaching - 1Year
16.
Miss.Soumya.K.S

M.Pharma   1 Year

 

17.


Mr.Sambit Das

 

MCA 

 

2 Year

 

18.


Mr.Deepak K.


 

M.Sc

 

5 Years

 

19.


Hemalatha

 

M.Sc.Maths

 

5 Years

RESPONSIBILITIES OF PHARMACY TEACHING STAFFS
1. Teachers have to be very professional in their approach towards the Students thereby maintaining distance from them.

2. Teachers have to be a role model to the Students; they should never compromise on their College Responsibilities in any manner or form inside the campus.It should be noted that your personal matters should never affect the working atmosphere of the college


3. Test papers and Viva-voce for a particular subject have to be conducted in every subject, and the marks displayed on the noticeboard.Taking proper viva-voce and then conducting test paper will be advantageous to the students. However we should follow the policy whereby test papers and viva-voce are repeated for students scoring less than 50%, till they obtain better marks. Proper documentation of marks should be maintained.. More than one test paper should not be conducted on a particular day.(teachers should together ensure),and date of the test should be given to students at least 02 days in advance. It is the responsibility of the teacher to ensure that students attend their test papers regularly.

4. Teachers should ensure that students maintain silence while handling classes. The teacher should know how to control his class. Inability in controlling the class may suggest inefficiency.


5. All documents with regard to teaching, like Attendance Registers, weekly syllabus completion book, details of sessional marks, sessional books, Practical Records, Assignments, Viva –Voce,Mentoring Records can be inspected at any point of time, hence they should be updated.

The right Technique of performing the practicals has to be taught to the students, and the correct experimental procedures explained to them.Practical records should be submitted by the students in each practical class and they should be corrected.

6. Weekly syllabus completion book have to be submitted by 12:45pm every Saturday to the Principal.

7. In addition to classes to be taken as per the Time Table, extra Classes may have to be taken in order to complete the Syllabus. It is the prime responsibility of the Staffs to complete their portions as per the Syllabus completion plan submitted to the Principal,and revision classes have to be conducted after that.
8. University examination question papers have to be solved regularly at the end of each chapter thereby instilling confidence.
9. Notes may be given or suitable books along with page numbers informed to students, to Xerox.
10. Names of students absent for more than 02 classes informed in writing to the principal, and once the student comes back to the class, it is the responsibility of the teacher to enquire the reasons for his absence ,and also letter explaining the reasons for being absent, taken from the student and filed.Once this explanation is satisfactory, then only he/she should be allowed for the classes .This specific file also has to be shown monthly to the undersigned every month.

14.Teachers should ensure that students maintain silence while handling classes. The teacher should know how to control his class. Inability in controlling the class may suggest inefficiency

11. Teachers should be regularly involved in research activities and publications including articles in college magazine.


16.When preparing for a class,it is advisable that teachers prepare for more than 03 classes at a particular time, to avoid difficulties.

17 Suitable assignments in the form of class notes submission,assignments ,charts,project work should be given on a regular basis.

18.. In the absence of a teacher, other teachers ought to ensure that the Classes are engaged, and the Students are not found loitering in the campus.


4(f) Mechanisms/Norms procedure for good governance


1. PUNCTUALITY: Guideline No: 1

This is the most important aspect related to improving the efficiency of our organization

a) You should go to class in time and leave the class after the bell Rings.
b) To go for invigilation duties/University work, practical examinations, etc., in time.
c) Submission of following is given time:

I. Submission of syllabus completion plan.
II. Submission of work diaries every Saturday by 12.30pm.
III. Submission of Sessional Question Papers in time and its Evaluation .
IV. Submission of percentage of attendance of students, as well as details of regular absentees.
V. Submission of test paper marks.
VI. Checking and correcting Practical Records, project works, Industrial Visit Reports, Assignments in time.
VII. Submission of Viva – Voce Marks.
VIII. Completion of Syllabus for conduct of Sessional Examinations and Annual Exams in time.

d) Maintaining Attendance Registers properly.
e) Maintaining all documents correctly for even spot Inspection.
f) And with regard to any other tasks assigned.

2. RESPONSIBILITIES OF TEACHING STAFF: Guideline No. 2

1) You should come well prepared for the classes and not compromise on this base responsibility towards the Students and the Institution.
2) You should not cancel any class or make alternative arrangements or instigate the Students not to come for the classes. If at all any class is cancelled, it should be notified to the Principal in advance with valid reasons.
3) Discipline and professional ettiquette should be maintained with utmost respect.
4) You should give due importance to all circulars issued and make sure that they are followed in letter and spirit.
5) All requests and suggestions be forwarded only through the Principal in written format.
6) Attendance Registers should be maintained properly and list of Students not attending classes notified to the Principal from time to time.
7) You should not directly or indirectly involve in any activity uncalled for or spread any irrelevant reasons, which could affect the name of the Institution.
8) You are required to participate in Administrative, Social, Cultural and research activities, Guest Lectures, as assigned to you by the Head of the Institution.
9) At the end of each chapter with regard to a particular Subject, you have to conduct Tests and Viva – Voce and display Marks on the Notice Board.
10) You are required complete the Syllabus as per the Syllabus Completion Plan.

11) Students absent for more than 5 classes should be notified to the Principal.
12) The Teacher should be responsible in providing information to the Students regarding any enquiry.
13) The Teacher should meet the requirements projected by College Administration from time to time.
14) Requirements with regard to the conduct of a practical class should be given one day in advance to the Lab Technician specifying the quantity required and only after ascertaining the availability of Chemicals and Equipments.
15) You should make sure that Classroom and Laboratories are properly maintained.
16) The Teaching Staff should always maintain distance from the Students and should be a Role Model to the Students.
17) During practical classes ,it is the responsibility of the teacher to ensure that students maintain silence.
18) The total number of Theory and Practical Classes taken every month should be submitted to the Principal.
19) At the end of each Chapter the Teaching Staff should make sure that all the relevant questions (University) are solved (Ten Years)
20) Records should be corrected during every practical class
21) Any other tasks assigned.

3. COLLEGE DRESS CODE: Guideline No: 3

The Teaching Staff have to ensure that Students comply with the dress code.

a) For Boy Students:
i) Formal Trousers, Shirt, Necktie and Formal Shoes with Socks.
ii) Lounge Suit
iii) Combination Suit (Where Trouser and Coat may be of Different Colors).

Note: T. Shirts, Jeans, Tight Pants, Sport Shoes and Caps are not permitted.

b) For Girl Students:
i) Saree.
ii) Salvar, Kameez with Dupatta.
iii) Trousers.
iv) Skirt or Middi.

Note: T. Shirt, Jeans and Tight Clothes, Sport Shoes and chappals etc, not permitted.

4. Attendance Registers- Guideline No:4


1. In the Attendance register the names of the students, month,subject,date, and year should be filled.
2. For the students present, their attendence should be marked in figures in progressive order i.e 0 ,01,02,03, likewise when a particular student is absent the
Previous number of class attended is repeated.
3. A or P for absent or present should not be used or any other dot marked in the attendence register.
4. There should not be any overwriting or erasing /rewriting .In case of overwriting
It should be notified to the Principal.
5. It is necessary that marks and grades with regard to test papers ,viva voce,assignments ,records, project work etc are also noted at particular places in the register
6. Ballpoint or inkpen only has to be used.
7. Attendance register should be maintained properly and list of students not attending classes notified to the principal from time to time.
8. It is the responsibility of the teacher to get the attendance register signed by the principal once a month


5. Sessional marks and sessional examination: Guideline No;5

1. The sessional portions should be completed at least one week prior to conduct of
Sessional examination.
2. Teachers should ensure that the viva voce are also conducted before the students appear for the sessionals
3. sessional questions should never be disclosed to the students before examination.
4. The questions for the sessionals should be set , as per the University question paper pattern
5. Three sessional examinations will be conducted ,and however if necessary with prior permission of the principal, a special examination may be conducted ,taking the full syllabus into consideration.
6. Sessional books should not be corrected in front of students.
7. All evaluations including sessionals should only be done using red pen.
8. One sessional exam for practicals should also be conducted separately for 30 marks

6. LEAVES , Guideline No:6

1. Leaves will be considered only after the probation period of six months .
2. teachers should ensure that before availing leave , alternate class arrangements
should have been made.
3. All request for leave should be given in written format.
4. Same day telephonic leave request ,will be considered only on submission of
Leave letter the next day.
5. One casual leave per month will be applicable to the staffs,if accumulated maximum upto three days may be availed on a particular month.

Name
Workload
Salary
Dr.Vineeth Chandy
06
Rs.43,208
Dr.K.Krupanidhi
12
Rs.32,720
Mr.Anish Mathew
12
Rs.25,000
Mrs.Khalida Khanum
12
Rs.25,000
Mr.Yaseen Khan
12
Rs.25,000
Mr.M.Subramani
12
Rs.25,000
Mr.Ananda.V
18
Rs.18,000
Mrs.Nisha
18
Rs.17,500
Miss.Susan P John
18
Rs.17,500
Mr.Ranajit Damodhar
18
Rs.17,500
Mr.Samsul Alam
12
Rs.17,500
Mr.Somasundara Venkatesh
18
Rs.17,500
Mr.Anand Deshpande
18
Rs.17,500
Mr.G.Sivakumar
18
Rs.17,500
Mr.D.J.Mukherjee
18
Rs.17,500
Miss.Sowmya K.S
18
Rs.17,500