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    <td>1.</td>
    <td>Admission Committee</td>
    <td>Ms. Aruna</td>
    <td>Muniraja, Sowmya. J, Shilpa Joshi</td>
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    <td>2.</td>
    <td>Advisory Committee</td>
    <td>Dr. Nagaraj &amp; Prasanna Prakash</td>
    <td>Shilpa Joshi, Nandita , Sowmya.</td>
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    <td>3.</td>
    <td>Community Development Committee</td>
    <td>Ms. Deepa Ganesh</td>
    <td>Muniraja. H, Manjunath</td>
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    <td>4.</td>
    <td>Counseling Committee</td>
    <td>Counselor</td>
    <td>Serah Sudhin, Prasanna Prakash, Dr. Nagaraju</td>
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    <td>5.</td>
    <td>Energy Conservation Committee</td>
    <td>Mr. Karthik</td>
    <td>Muniraja. H. Prakash Lalwani</td>
    </tr>
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    <td>6.</td>
    <td>Hostel Boys</td>
    <td>Mr. H.N. Surya Prakash</td>
    <td>Muniraja. H.</td>
    </tr>
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    <td>7.</td>
    <td>Hostel Girls</td>
    <td>Ms. Aruna</td>
    <td>Apoorva, Nandita</td>
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    <td>8.</td>
    <td>Infrastructure Development Committee</td>
    <td>Muniraja H.</td>
    <td>Sriram, Ayush, Manjunath</td>
    </tr>
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    <td>9.</td>
    <td>Purchase Committee</td>
    <td>Malathi Madhusudhanan</td>
    <td> Muniraja. H., Prasanna Prakash</td>
    </tr>
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    <td>10.</td>
    <td>Recruitment Committee</td>
    <td>Manjula. V.</td>
    <td>Prasanna Praksh, Dr. Nagaraju</td>
    </tr>
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    <td>11.</td>
    <td>SC &amp; ST Committee</td>
    <td>Dr. R. Bodhisatvan</td>
    <td>Muniraja, Srirama, Prasanna Prakash</td>
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    <td>Sl. No.</td>
    <td>Name of Committee/Cell</td>
    <td><strong>Faculty In charge</strong></td>
    <td><strong>Faculty Members</strong></td>
    <td><strong>Student Coordinator</strong></td>
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    <td>1.</td>
    <td>NAAC Co-ordinator &amp; Steering Committee Head</td>
    <td>Shilpa Joshi</td>
    <td>Prasanna Prakash, Dr. Nagaraju K, Nanditha Matad, Greeshma Francis, Sowmya. J.</td>
    <td></td>
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    <td>2.</td>
    <td>Timetable</td>
    <td>Prasanna Prakash
    &amp; Dr. Nagaraju</td>
    <td>Nandita Matad &amp; Saranya</td>
    <td></td>
    </tr>
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    <td>3.</td>
    <td>Examination</td>
    <td>Prasanna Prakash</td>
    <td>Muniraja, Greeshma Francis, Dr. Nagaraju, Sreerama</td>
    <td></td>
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    <td>4.</td>
    <td>Conference, seminar, workshop</td>
    <td>Venkata Naga Manjula</td>
    <td>Rajesh, Ruchi, Apoorva, Dr. Surabhi, Dr Naveen &amp; Meenakshi</td>
    <td>MakalaPavan- V BBA ‘B’
    Kashifa S- V BCA</td>
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    <td>5.</td>
    <td>Guest Lecture</td>
    <td>Venkata Naga Manjula</td>
    <td>Rajesh, Dr. Naveen, Manjunath,</td>
    <td>Madhushree S- V BCOM P
    Abdul Shafi- V BBA ‘A’</td>
    </tr>
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    <td>6.</td>
    <td>Research/project and Publications Committee</td>
    <td>Dr. Gopal Krishna
    Dr. Nagaraju</td>
    <td>Dr Naveen, Manjula, Dr. Surabhi,</td>
    <td></td>
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    <td>7.</td>
    <td>Student club, Cultural Activities</td>
    <td>Greeshma Francis</td>
    <td>Syamili, Anjana, Amrutha, Jyothi Priya</td>
    <td></td>
    </tr>
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    <td>8.</td>
    <td>Industrial Visit</td>
    <td>KampaBelliappa&amp; Manjula</td>
    <td>Santaswaroop, Dr Naveen, Manjunath, Rajesh, Ayush</td>
    <td>Dheeraj H R- V BCOM P
    Pavan M- V BCA</td>
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    <td>9.</td>
    <td>ED Cell</td>
    <td>Sowmya. J.</td>
    <td>Dr. Naveen, Ayush, Jyothi Priya, Anusha</td>
    <td>Bollamma P A- V BBA ‘A’
    Surya Prakash A S- V BCOM P&amp;G</td>
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    <td>10.</td>
    <td>EC &amp; CC</td>
    <td>Serah Sudhin</td>
    <td>Anuradha, Gnaneswari, Deepika, Radhika</td>
    <td></td>
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    <td>11.</td>
    <td>Disciplinary</td>
    <td>Dr.R. Bodhisatvan,</td>
    <td>Muniraja. H, Dr. Nagaraju, Prasanna Prakash</td>
    <td></td>
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    <td>12.</td>
    <td>RESATT, Result Analysis</td>
    <td>Amudhasarala</td>
    <td>Santaswaroop, Gnaneswari, Meenakshi</td>
    <td></td>
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    <td>13.</td>
    <td>Value Added Programs</td>
    <td>Nanditha Matad</td>
    <td>Anusha, Amrutha, Alpa, Syamili, Radhika</td>
    <td></td>
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    <td>14.</td>
    <td>Outreach Activities</td>
    <td>Srirama &amp; Sidhalinga</td>
    <td>Santaswaroop, Rajesh, Dr Naveen, Ayush, Manjunath</td>
    <td>Pranay Reddy- III BCOM ‘B’
    Shashank- III BBA ‘C’
    Tejaswini- III BBA ‘C’</td>
    </tr>
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    <td>15.</td>
    <td>Training &amp; Placement Cell</td>
    <td>Manisha Joshi</td>
    <td>Sowmya. J. (Placement Coordinator)</td>
    <td>Keerthika- III BCOM ‘B’
    Tejaswini- III BBA ‘C’</td>
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    <td>16.</td>
    <td>Leo Club</td>
    <td>AnjanaMoorthy,</td>
    <td>Alpa, Kampa, Selvarani</td>
    <td>Rakshitha J- III BCA ‘C’
    Nikitha Sridhar- III BBA ‘B’</td>
    </tr>
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    <td>17.</td>
    <td>Alumni Association</td>
    <td>Sowmya. J.</td>
    <td>Greeshma Francis, Kampa, Rajesh, Deepika</td>
    <td>RakshithaLokesh- V BCOM P &amp; G
    Karthik M M- V BCOM E</td>
    </tr>
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    <td>18.</td>
    <td>Parent Teacher Association</td>
    <td>Deepika.</td>
    <td>Ruchi, Sushmita, Dr. Surabhi</td>
    <td>Jayanth Kumar S Y- III BCA ‘A’
    RamyaSree- III BBA ‘A’</td>
    </tr>
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    <td>19.</td>
    <td>Eco Club</td>
    <td>Apoorva</td>
    <td>Sowmya HL</td>
    <td>Gary A Roazario- III BBA ‘A’
    Varnika P- III BCOM ‘C’</td>
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    <td>20.</td>
    <td>NHC Bytes/ Website</td>
    <td>Dr. R. Bodhisatvan</td>
    <td>Selvarani, Amrutha, Sushmitha</td>
    <td>Ankitha S Singh- III BCOM ‘A’</td>
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    <td>21.</td>
    <td>Anti-sexual harassment</td>
    <td>Selvarani</td>
    <td>Sushmitha, Jyothi Priya</td>
    <td>Chetan G P- III BCOM ‘A’
    Akshitha C- III BCA ‘A’</td>
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    <td>22.</td>
    <td>Anti-ragging</td>
    <td>Anjana Moorthy</td>
    <td>Muniraja. H. , Apoorva, Ruchi, Richa Pathak</td>
    <td>Pooja N- V BCOM E
    Nair Abhay Vijay- III BBA ‘B’</td>
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    <td>23.</td>
    <td>Student Grievance Redressal</td>
    <td>Prasanna Prakash</td>
    <td>Dr. Nagaraju, Shilpa Joshi</td>
    <td></td>
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    <td>24.</td>
    <td>Women Empowerment</td>
    <td>Gnaneswari</td>
    <td>Jyothi Priya, Anusha</td>
    <td>Shruthi Y- V BBA ‘B’
    Akash Sharma- I BBA ‘A’</td>
    </tr>
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    <td>25.</td>
    <td>Staff Grievance Redressal</td>
    <td>Dr. R. Bodhisatvan
    Ms. Manjula. V. (H. R)</td>
    <td>Dr. Nagaraju, Prasanna Prakash</td>
    <td></td>
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    <td>26.</td>
    <td>Staff club</td>
    <td>Nandita Matad</td>
    <td>Deepa, Deepika, Anitha Ramachandar</td>
    <td></td>
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    <td>27.</td>
    <td>Sports</td>
    <td>Sidhalinga</td>
    <td>Muniraja. H. Sreeram</td>
    <td></td>
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    <td>28.</td>
    <td>NSS</td>
    <td>Sidhalinga</td>
    <td>Swaroop, Sreeram, Rajesh</td>
    <td>Yashwanth C- III BCOM ‘C’
    Manjunath P Shetti- III BCA ‘B’</td>
    </tr>
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    <td>29.</td>
    <td>Documentation (NAAC &amp; Department)</td>
    <td>Amudhasarala &amp; Serah Sudin</td>
    <td>Manjula, Sowmya H.L, Sharanya, Deepika, Meenakshi, Gnaneswari</td>
    <td></td>
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    <td>30.</td>
    <td>Study material</td>
    <td>Alpa</td>
    <td>Anjana Moorthy, Dr. Surabhi</td>
    <td></td>
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    <td>31.</td>
    <td>Library</td>
    <td>Ravikumar</td>
    <td>Sandhya</td>
    <td></td>
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    <td>32.</td>
    <td>Event Photograph Committee</td>
    <td>Saranya</td>
    <td>Anitha Ramachandar, Roopa, Deepa</td>
    <td></td>
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    <td>33.</td>
    <td>Student Mentoring Committee</td>
    <td>Serah Sudhin</td>
    <td>Kampa, Selvarani, Amudhasarala, Apoorva</td>
    <td></td>
    </tr>
    </tbody>
    </table>

    The Disciplinary Committee at NHC-M takes care of all the disciplinary issues and concerns pertaining to the student. It strives to hear and adjudicate upon individual cases of alleged breaches of the student’s code of conduct. NHC-M has certain disciplinary rules which any student should abide by and a non-conformation to these rules is liable to bring the student under the adjudication of the Disciplinary Committee, resulting in the penalties of paying fine, getting suspended from the classes, losing their semesters or even getting their admissions cancelled.

    <p align=”justify”>NHC-M believes in the proper inculcation of strong moral and ethical values and all the actions of the Disciplinary Committee at NHC-M is based on this principle.</p>
    <p align=”justify”>The codes of conduct for the students are made transparent during the induction and can be easily read and known from the induction manual. Therefore, the parents/guardians of the students are also requested have knowledge of the same.</p>

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    <li>To help maintain and abide by the rules and regulations of the college that includes academic, administrative, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.</li>
    <li>The college is monitored under CCTV and any violence to the same will invite severe punishments.</li>
    <li>Students should not under any situation violate the dress code given by the college.</li>
    <li>Students should mandatorily wear their ID cards before they enter the college premises and should take it out only once they leave the premises. Students not wearing the identity cards will be imposed with fine.</li>
    <li>Under any code of misconduct or violation of any rule, the ID card of the student will be retained by the Disciplinary Committee and the same will be released only after proper investigation into the concerned matter.</li>
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    <li>Students are not allowed to use mobile phones in the classrooms and the same shall be confiscated if noticed.</li>
    <li>The computers in the labs should be used for educational purpose only and the usage of the same for any other purpose except under supervision will not be entertained.</li>
    <li>Regularity in attendance is closely followed and a student absent for three or more than three days should inform with validated reason the concerned class mentor.</li>
    <li>Students are not allowed to leave the class early and they should be present in the classrooms by 8:50 AM.</li>
    <li>Smoking and drinking is strictly prohibited in the college and any student who trespasses will be levied with severe fine and it might also lead to the cancellation of admission.</li>
    </ul>

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    <li>There should be absolute silence maintained in the library.</li>
    <li>Books issued in the library should be returned in good condition and any mutilation of even a single page will invite penalty charges.</li>
    <li>Any damage to the college property by any student/group of students will levy heavy charges leading to the payment of the entire cost of making and replacing.</li>
    <li>Any code of misconduct during the commencement of classes will bring the student under the adjudication of the disciplinary committee.</li>
    <li>Students must follow the required dress codes on special occasions and events and should thereby exhibit a harmonious coordination with others.</li>
    </ul>

    <span style=”color: #ffffff;”>The committee is responsible for the administration of the stated rules and regulations governing undergraduate conduct, for assessing reported violations and necessary for assigning and recommending appropriate penalties. With this context the Disciplinary committee was created to resolve complaints of alleged violations of policies and/or community standards by a student in a way that is objective and educational.</span>
    <span style=”color: #ffffff;”>The committee acts with power to hear cases and to decide the appropriate Institute response, including, but not limited to suspension and expulsion.</span>

    <span style=”color: #ffffff;”>The committee is responsible for the administration of the stated rules and regulations governing undergraduate conduct, for assessing reported violations and necessary for assigning and recommending appropriate penalties. With this context the Disciplinary committee was created to resolve complaints of alleged violations of policies and/or community standards by a student in a way that is objective and educational.</span>
    <span style=”color: #ffffff;”>The committee acts with power to hear cases and to decide the appropriate Institute response, including, but not limited to suspension and expulsion.</span>

    <h4>DISCIPLINARY COMMITTEE @NHC-M</h4>
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    <td><strong>COMMITTEE MEMBERS</strong></td>
    <td><strong>DESIGNATION</strong></td>
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    <td>Dr. R Bodhisatvan</td>
    <td>Principal , NHC-M</td>
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    <td>JAGAN V</td>
    <td>Student Representative – V BBA ‘A’</td>
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    <td>ALLWIN R</td>
    <td>Student Representative – V BCOM P</td>
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    <td>SURAJ HARRY X</td>
    <td>Student Representative –V BCOM PG</td>
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    <td>RAHUL R D</td>
    <td>V BBA B</td>
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    The Parent Teachers Association of New Horizon College fosters an effective interaction between parents/guardians of the pupils and the principal, class mentor and the staff to discuss matters on educational, moral and spiritual well-being of the pupils. The powerful body Parent Teachers Association promotes the involvement of parents to develop review and revise their child’s individualized education program and thereby be informed of their child’s holistic growth at college by attending meetings scheduled periodically. Having a sound policy in place about parent/teacher involvement ensures that the doors of communication are open to both parents and teachers to work together and to enhance the positive attitude toward the college among parents.

    <strong>Objectives of the Parents’ Teachers’ Association</strong>
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    <li>To encourage parents/guardians to be involved in the education and development of their children</li>
    <li>To provide an active communication link between students, parents/guardians and the college</li>
    <li>To seek valuable input from parents for the development of college policies.</li>
    <li>To provide a forum through which teachers, the Principal may be advised on any matter relating to the college</li>
    <li>To provide a forum through which the Principal and the Board of Management may inform parents/guardians about issues discussed at board level</li>
    <li>To seek the valuable feedback from the parents for the enrichment and improved delivery of the curriculum, thereby promoting the development of the institution.</li>
    </ul>

    With the above objectives in mind, the Association meets once in every Semester to discuss the regular functioning of the college and the progress of pupils. Besides, the parents are welcome to meet the Principal at any point of time during the college hours in case of any pressing need.
    New Horizon College fosters an effective interaction between Parents/Guardians of the pupil and principal, class mentor and the staff to discuss matters on educational, moral and spiritual well-being of the pupils. Parent Teachers Association promotes the involvement of parents to develop review and revise their ward’s individualized education program and thereby be informed of their ward’s holistic growth at college by attending meetings scheduled periodically.
    One parent of one pupil from each section/class is elected as the member of Parents’ Teachers’ Association.

    Committee Members

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      <td><strong>MEMBERS</strong></td>
      <td><strong>DESIGNATION</strong></td>
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      <td>Deepika</td>
      <td>Faculty In-charge &amp; Assistant Professor, NHC-M</td>
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      <td>Jayanth Kumar S Y</td>
      <td>Student Representative – III BCA ‘A’</td>
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      <td>Ramya Sree</td>
      <td>Student Representative –III BBA ‘A’</td>
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      The Internal Complaints Committee was established primarily to protect the modesty and safety of the staff members. More so focused on the wellbeing and safety of woman employees. The committee focus to work against professional and personal discrimination.

      <strong>Objectives, Roles and Responsibilities of College Internal Complaints Committee</strong>
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      <li>Prevent discrimination and sexual harassment, by promoting gender amity among students and employees;</li>
      <li>Make recommendations to the management for changes/elaborations in the Rules for students in the Prospectus and the Bye-Laws, to make them gender just and to lay down procedures for the prohibition, resolution, settlement and prosecution of acts of discrimination and sexual harassment, by the students and the employees;</li>
      <li>Deal with cases of discrimination and sexual harassment against women, in a time bound manner, aiming at ensuring support services to the victimized and termination of the harassment;</li>
      <li>Recommend appropriate punitive action against the guilty party to the Management.</li>
      </ul>

      <strong>As per Supreme court order actions and advances such as following amounts to harassment.</strong>
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      <li>Physical contact and advances</li>
      <li>Demand or request for sexual favours;</li>
      <li>Sexually coloured remarks;</li>
      <li>Showing pornography; and</li>
      <li>Other unwelcome physical, verbal or non-verbal conduct of a sexual nature. (Vishaka judgment by Supreme Court)</li>
      </ul>

      <strong>The following is also sexual harassment and is covered by the committee:</strong>
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      <li>Eve-teasing</li>
      <li>Unsavory remarks,</li>
      <li>Jokes causing or likely to cause awkwardness or embarrassment,</li>
      <li>Innuendos and taunts,</li>
      <li>Gender based insults or sexist remarks,</li>
      <li>Unwelcome sexual overtone in any manner such as over telephone (obnoxious telephone calls) and the like,</li>
      <li>Touching or brushing against any part of the body and the like,</li>
      <li>Displaying pornographic or other offensive or derogatory pictures, cartoons, pamphlets or sayings,</li>
      <li>Forcible physical touch or molestation and</li>
      <li>Physical confinement against one’s will and any other act likely to violate one’s privacy.</li>
      </ul>

      The Committee shall meet as often as may be needed and appropriate.
      <strong>Frequency of meeting:</strong> Once in a year (beginning of academic year) and as and when necessary.
      <strong>College Internal Complaints Committee Members Year 2018-19</strong>
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      <td><strong>SI. No.</strong></td>
      <td><strong>Name of the Faculty</strong></td>
      <td><strong>Designation</strong></td>
      </tr>
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      <td>1.</td>
      <td>Ms. Manjula. V.</td>
      <td>Head- HR</td>
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      </table>

      The primary focus of establishing a SC-ST Committee is to empower students who belong to schedule caste and schedule tribes and the backward sections of the society. Institutions like ours have planned out initiatives as per the UGC guidelines in order to support and empower students belonging to SC/ST. The committee was formed with the intention to implement various schemes meant for educational purpose through the institutional policies which provides importance to social justice, economic welfare, and social defense.

      <h3 class=”thim-text-title”>AIMS &amp; OBJECTIVES</h3>
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      <li>Ensure Equal Opportunity and Social Justice to the Scheduled Caste and Schedules Tribes students by providing them equal opportunities in the fields of education,</li>
      <li>Ensure that students belonging to the category should get their due scholarship from the various schemes of the government</li>
      <li>To extend support in the form of learning opportunities by organizing extra coaching, remedial classes so as to bring them in par with good performers.</li>
      </ul>

      <strong>Committee members</strong>
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      <td><strong>Sl.No</strong></td>
      <td><strong>Name of the Faculty</strong></td>
      <td><strong>Designation</strong></td>
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      <td>1.</td>
      <td>Dr. R. Bodhisatvan</td>
      <td>Principal</td>
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      <td>2.</td>
      <td>Mr. Muniraja.H.</td>
      <td>Administrator</td>
      </tr>
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      <td>3.</td>
      <td>Ms. PrasannaPrakash</td>
      <td>Associate Professor</td>
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      <td>4.</td>
      <td>Mr. Srirama</td>
      <td>Asst. Professor</td>
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      <h3>RESATT Committee (Result and attendance improvement)</h3>

      <h4>RESATT Committee (Result and attendance improvement)</h4>
      <ul>
      <li>To map out slow learners and provide special classes</li>
      <li>To monitor the attendance of students on regular mode</li>
      <li>To encourage students to excel in their academics</li>
      <li>To improvise the overall result of the college</li>
      </ul>

      <h4>Outcomes</h4>
      <ul>
      <li>Students attend the classes regularly</li>
      <li>Results have increased comparatively</li>
      <li>Students balance their academic &amp; cultural in a significant manner.</li>
      <li>Students attend special classes and score good marks.</li>
      </ul>

      <h4>RESATT</h4>
      <p align=”justify”>The RESATT committee was formed in October 2014 with a view to monitor students and to improve their university results. Separate committee heads are appointed for BBA, B.Com and BCA. The main objective of the committee is to identify, counsel students who are very slow in learning academics and with less attendance. They are encouraged to attend the special classes and remedial classes conducted at the end of every semester. The committee meeting is held after the internal exam to discuss about the attendance and performance of the students.</p>
      <p align=”justify”>Based on the performance the students are put under as Q1, Q2 and Q3.</p>

      <p align=”justify”>To enhance exams results and ensure the physical presence of the students to maintain 75% of attendance to appear for the University Examination, the RESATT Committee was established. This committee aims in identifying the different types of learners and are classified them into Q1, Q2 &amp; Q3.Q signifies the quality of the student, and based on the classification special care is addressed to every category by the respective subject teacher. Q1 -Advance learners,Q2-moderate learners &amp; Q3-Slow learners. Based on this various quality initiatives are implemented. Every faculty members of our college support and give 100%of their contribution for the students to improve in the academic forum. Regular special classes are conducted after regular class hours</p>

      <p align=”justify”>Practice – The RESATT committee was established for the betterment &amp; upliftment of students in academic forum. Students are mapped out according to their attendance status &amp; internal exams conducted by the college. Based on which the cell classified in conducting classes in two categories which includes Connect hour for Q3 Students, &amp; Reconnect hours for Q1 &amp; Q2 students. Along with this the IQAC has initiated to have special coaching as crash course for students who misses out classes to participate in extracurricular activities.</p>

      <p align=”justify”>Q1- The high performers will be provided additional assignments, advanced level problems and Reconnect classes are conducted to excel in their academic performance.</p>
      <p align=”justify”>Q2 – Mediocre students are those who manage to pass or clear their subjects. They will be counselled by the class mentors and motivated to practice more for improving their performance.</p>
      <p align=”justify”>Q3 – Slow learners students who need special attention are provided with coaching through connect hours during the semester and remedial classes at the end of the semester. Continuous evaluation of their performance is undertaken by the faculty members by conducting written test and oral test</p>
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      <tr>
      <td width=”246″>Name of Committee/Cell</td>
      <td width=”204″>Faculty In charge</td>
      <td width=”336″>Faculty Members</td>
      </tr>
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      <td width=”246″>RESATT, Result Analysis</td>
      <td width=”204″>Amudhasarala</td>
      <td width=”336″>Santaswaroop, Gnaneswari, Meenakshi</td>
      </tr>
      </tbody>
      </table>

      The Examination Committee was formed for the smooth execution of University and Internal exams.The committee comprises of Chief Superintendent, Deputy Superintendent, Office Superintendent and five other members. Internal tests and Preparatory Exams are conducted as per calendar of events scheduled by the college. Bangalore University Exams are conducted every semester as per the university calendar. During the semester, the first internal exams are conducted after 1 ½ months of reopening and preparatory exams after completing 90% of the syllabus. Within one week of completion of the exam the evaluation of answer scripts is to be completed and marks entered in the Google Spread Sheet created for this purpose.

      Roles and Responsibilities of the Committee

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      <li>Ensure the question paper is ready two weeks prior to the internal test and Preparatory exam, sealed and kept confidential in the office.</li>
      <li>Preparation of the Internal Exam Time Table, intimation to the faculty members and the students and the same displayed on the notice b</li>
      <li>Seating arrangements of students to be taken care of and the same displayed on the notice board.</li>
      <li>Preparation of Invigilation duty list and intimation to the faculty members.</li>
      <li>Internal/Preparatory answer papers to be evaluated and students informed their marks within a week of such test/exam.</li>
      </ul>

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      <li>Preparation of Question paper indent to be sent to the university</li>
      <li>During university exams – collection of the question paper from the university and submission of the answer booklets to the university.</li>
      <li>Submission of Internal assessment marks on time to the university.</li>
      <li>Address any exam related grievances of the students.</li>
      </ul>

      <strong>Examination Committee members for the Academic Year 2018-19</strong>
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      <tbody>
      <tr>
      <td>Dr. R. Bodhisatvan</td>
      <td>Chief Superintendent</td>
      </tr>
      <tr>
      <td>Ms. Prasanna Prakash</td>
      <td>Deputy Superintendent</td>
      </tr>
      <tr>
      <td>Mr. Muniraja. H</td>
      <td>Office Superintendent</td>
      </tr>
      <tr>
      <td>Ms. Greeshma Francis</td>
      <td>Member</td>
      </tr>
      <tr>
      <td>Mr. Nagaraju Kilari</td>
      <td>Member</td>
      </tr>
      <tr>
      <td> Mr. Srirama. M.</td>
      <td>Member</td>
      </tr>
      </tbody>
      </table>

      NHC-M has a staff strength of more than forty including the teaching and Non-teaching members. Even since its establishment in 1998, the staff of the institution has been playing influential roles in the development of its academics and nurturing the talent of the students besides taking care of their educational curriculum. The History of NHC-M ample proof of the efforts being put forward by the staff its betterment. This could have been of course impossible without a team working up together to channelize them heading towards one goal that is “pursuit for excellence”.
      Keeping in mind the celebration of such team spirit and further taking care to rejuvenate the latent talents of the teaching and non – teaching staff, NHC- M started up the staff club. Besides providing a recluse from the busy schedule of academics, The club has certain objectives to the benefit of the institution.

      <strong>Objectives</strong>
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      <li>To build -up and retain the team spirit amongst the staff members which would lead to an amicable working environment.</li>
      <li>To motivate staff members for productive and goal-oriented targets that benefits the institution to stand up as one of its kind.</li>
      <li>To organize events during various socio- cultural associations celebrating Unity and Diversity and for truly lifting up the secular spirit as Indian</li>
      </ul>

      <strong>Rules &amp; Regulations</strong>
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      <li>It’s Compulsory for all the staff to become members of the club</li>
      <li>Every individual should take part in at least two of the events organised during the academic year</li>
      <li>Suggestions /Recommendations should be given for developing the club as and when required.</li>
      <li>Proper correspondence of change of address and phone number or email id should be updated</li>
      </ul>

      <table>
      <tbody>
      <tr>
      <td><strong>Name of Committee / Cell</strong></td>
      <td><strong>Faculty In charge</strong></td>
      <td><strong>Faculty Members</strong></td>
      </tr>
      <tr>
      <td>Staff club</td>
      <td>Nandita Matad</td>
      <td>Deepa
      Deepika
      Anitha Ramachandar</td>
      </tr>
      </tbody>
      </table>

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      1.

      Dr.  Mohan Manghnani

      Managing Trustee,

      New Horizon Educational and Cultural Trust,

      100 feet road, Indiranagar, Bangalore- 560 011.

      CHAIRMAN

      New Horizon Educational Institution

       

       

      2.

      Smt. Renuka Manghnani,

      Executive Director,

      New Horizon Educational and Cultural Trust,

      100 feet road, Indiranagar, Bangalore-560 011.

       

      Member

       

       

      3.

      Dr. Dilip Krishna

      Member of the Syndicate,

      Bangalore North University,

      Tamaka,

      Kolar.

       

       

      Bangalore North University Nominee

       

       

      4.

      Sri Arvind R Chanjeri                                                                 Member of the Syndicate,

      Bangalore North University,

      Tamaka,

      Kolar.

       

      Bangalore North University Nominee

       

       

      5.

      Dr. Manjunatha,

      Principal,

      New Horizon College of Engineering,

      Outer Ring road, Near Marathahalli,

      Bangalore-560 103.

       

       

      Member

       

       

      6.

      Dr. Sunitha Hangal,

      Principal ,New Horizon College,

      3rd ‘A’ Cross, II ‘A’ Main,

      East of NGEF Layout,

      Kasturinagar, Bangalore-560043.

       

       

      Member

       

       

      7.

      Dr. Savita Puri,

      Principal,

      New Horizon College of Education

      100 feet road, Indiranagar, Bangalore-560 011.

       

      Member

       

       

      8.

      Mr. H. N. Surya Prakash

      Registrar

      New Horizon Educational Institution

      Outer Ring road, Near Marathahalli,

      Bangalore-560 103.

       

      Member

       

       

      9.

      Dr. Nagaraju Kilari

      Senior Assistant Professor

      HOD-BCA

      New Horizon College,

      Near Marathahalli, Bangalore-560 103.

      Member
       

       

      10.

      Ms. Prasanna Prakash,

      Associate Professor,

      HOD –BBA &BCOM

      New Horizon College,

      Near Marathahalli, Bangalore-560 103.

       

       

      Member

       

      11.

      Dr. R. Bodhisatvan ,

      Principal,

      New Horizon College,

      Near Marathahalli, Bangalore-560 103.

       

      Convener