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SSP & Remedial Coaching

SSP AND REMEDIAL COACHING CELL     

                Education is meant not only to nurture the excellence already in a gifted person but also to uplift the not-so-gifted, so that she is equipped to safeguard  her interests in independent democratic India. The Constitution of India recognizes the SCs and STs as the two most backward groups needing special protection. Further, democracy demands the necessity to protect and foster the interests and needs of the minority groups. In order to enable students belonging to SC / ST / OBC (non-creamy layer) / Minority communities, who need remedial coaching for pursuing higher studies efficiently and to reduce their failure and drop-out rate.

           SSP is a Scholar Support Programme new initiative of higher education Department of Higher Education, Govt. of Kerala. This program targeted towards regular and non – self financing colleges. So we can’t provide such initiative to our students’ .As ours is a self financing college. To bridge this gap, we provide programs to students with the support of our management. SSP and remedial coaching cell covered both slow learners and advanced learners. Based on the class wise performance , the slow and advanced learners are identified and due attention is provided for their areas of weakness and are given apposite assistance

Objectives

  • The ultimate objective of remedial coaching is to helps students who have fallen behind to learn to the best of their ability and to bring them back in to the main stream classes as far as possible
  • To Strengthen their knowledge, skills and attitudes in such subjects, where quantitative and qualitative techniques and laboratory activities are involved so that proper guidance and training provided under the programme may enable the students to come up to the level necessary for pursuing higher studies efficiently
  •  To support the  advanced learners

REPORT 2021-2022

Ansar Women’s College, affiliated to the Calicut University has successfully conducted the remedial coaching programme for the academic year 2021-2022.  New remedial coaching committee was formed on 21-06-2021 and prepared the entire plan and time table. Maximum priority was given to the students belonging to the SC, ST and OBC categories. It has received whole hearted support from all departments of this college.

 

In addition to the covid-19 pandemic, online classes were conducted for the students. As this sudden substitution came off, academically below average students were listed out. For improving their academic skills, SSP and Remedial Coaching cell planned to give special attention.

 

Students are different in terms of learning ability and academic performance. The aim of remedial teaching is to provide learning support to slow learners or academically weaker students through intensive individualistic approach. The instructional materials are designed and given to the students according to their capabilities and needs. Remedial coaching classes are conducted in all departments under the guidance of department coordinators to improve the self-confidence, learning skills and academic performance of weaker students.  The slow learners were identified. The classes were conducted in the evening session and the time schedule included one hour from 3.30 pm to 4.30 pm in the respective days.

Committee Members

 

Name 

Designation 

Co-ordinator

Ms. Amritha P A

Assistant Professor (Commerce )

Member

Ms. Aneesha       

Assistant Professor (English)

Member

Ms. Nafeesath 

Assistant Professor (Physics )

Member

Ms.Fayiza 

Assistant Professor 

(Computer Science)

Member 

Ms. Ifrath Raeesa K P

Assistant Professor 

(Mass Communication and Journalism)

Member 

Ms. Saritta C Godson 

Assistant Professor 

(Mathematics)

Member

Ms. Shini  P C

Assistant Professor (Commerce )

Member

Ms.Gita K 

Assistant Professor (Chemistry )

Member 

Ms. Suha Shamsudheen

Assistant Professor 

(Psychology)

Member

Ms.Bindhu M S

Non Teaching

 

 

Scholar Support Programme’ programme targeted the regular and non – self financing courses of affiliated colleges . Ansar Women’s College is a private self financing college . So we can’t provide this initiative to our students.  To bridge this gap , we provide programmes to slow learners and advanced learners .

High performing students are identified on the basis of internal assessment, university examination, involvement in the classroom. Various club activities are conducted by all the departments in the respective areas to mould the students in corresponding field. Bright and diligent students are motivated and inspired to get university ranks. 

Remedial Coaching -  2021-2022

Academic Year

Cl Program

ass PR

Subject 

Name Of The Faculty

Y N

P Number Of Participants 

articipants 

D  PG Department  of Commerce  Management  Studies 

2021-2022

S5 BCom Taxation

Corporate Accounting 

 

Professional Business Skills

 

Basic numerical methods

 

Business Regulations

 

Human Resource Management

Amritha P A

 

Fayisa

 

Sajitha

 

Suparna

 

Nadhiya M K

2

 

2

 

2

 

2

 

2

2021-2022

S5 BCom Co-operation

Corporate Accounting 

 

Professional Business Skills

 

Basic numerical methods

 

Business Regulations

 

Human Resource Management

Vigitha 

 

Basila

 

Fousiya

 

Suparna

 

Sajina P M

4

 

4

 

4

 

4

 

4

2021-2022

S5 BCom Computer Application

Corporate Accounting 

 

Professional Business Skills

 

Basic numerical methods

 

Business Regulations

 

Human Resource Management

Heena

 

Priya

 

Shijula

 

Sabitha

 

Renjini

4

 

4

 

4

 

4

 

4

2021-2022

S5 BCom  Finance

Corporate Accounting 

 

Professional Business Skills

 

Basic numerical methods

 

Business Regulations

 

Human Resource Management

Kadeeja

 

Fayisa

 

Noufrath

 

Heena

 

Ranjini

2

 

2

 

2

 

2

 

2

2021-2022

S5 BBA

Corporate Accounting 

 

Professional Business Skills

 

Basic numerical methods

 

Business Regulations

 

Human Resource Management

Nadiya R P

 

Fayiza

 

Sajitha

 

Suparna

 

Sajina P M

4

 

4

 

4


 

4

 

4

PG Department of English

2021-2022

S3 BA English 

Grammar and Usage 

 

Signatures

Manju Krishna V R

 

Sangeetha K G

5

 

4

2021-2022

S5 BA English 

Language and Linguistics

 

Literary Theory

 

Grammar and Usage 

 

Signatures

 

Appreciating Prose

Aneesha K A

Sangeetha K G

 

Leena C B

 

Sangeetha K G

Nadhiya P A

5

 

5

 

5

 

5

 

5

2021-2022

S3 MA English 

Criticism and Theory Part -II

Sajdha Khalid

3

Department  of  Psychology 

2021-2022

S3 BSC Psychology

Psychological Mesurement and Testing

Shahanaz M H

Suha Shamsudheen

2

 

2

2021-2022

S3 BSC Psychology

Human Physiology  

Suha Shamsudheen

Jumaila N 

1

1

2021-2022

S5 BSC Psychology

Abnormal Psychology

Suha Shamsudheen 

1

2021-2022

S5 BSC Psychology

Social Psychology

Alka Krishna

1

Department of Mass communication and Journalism

2021-2022

S5 BA mass Communication

  

Computer Graphics And Web Design 

Nishana N

 

4

2021-2022

S5 BA Mass Communication

Reporting For Print

Sukanya K P

4

2021-2022

S5 BA Mass Communication

Editing For Print

Ifrath Raeesa K P

4

Department Of Physics 

2021-2022

BSC Physics 

Electro Dynamics

Nadhiya K V

10

Department  of  Mathematics 

2021-2022

BSC  Mathematics 

Calculus Of Single Variable -2

Sajitha C

2021-2022 

BSC Mathematics 

Probability Distribution and Parametric Tests  

Kamarunnisa P K

6

PG Department Of  Computer Science

2021-2022

BSC CS

Python Programming

Uma 

8

2021-2022

 

BSC CS

Data Structure using  C

Nasheeda

 

12

2021-2022

BCA

Data Structure using  C

Sainaba Zoonam P K

8

2021-2022

BCA

Theory Of Computation

Sowmya K S

8

2021-2022

BCA

Sensors and Transducers

Saji Joy

10

Department Of Chemistry

       

2021-2022

S1 BSC Chemistry

Physical Chemistry

Gita K 

2

                                                           

REPORTS OF SSP & remedial Cell

Report of 2020-2021

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Report of 2019-2020

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Report of 2018-2019

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Report of 2017-2018

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Report of 2016-2017

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Report of 2015-2016

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