Best Practices

Institutional Best Practices

A. Endowment prizes

B. Student Assembly

 A. ENDOWMENT PRIZES

1. Title of the Practice: Endowment prizes

2. Objectives:

  • To instill competitive spirit among students
  • To motivate the students to perform well in academics and to ensure that maximum number of meritorious students are equally benefitted irrespective of their economic or social background
  • To encourage brilliant performance in the university examination
  • To provide due recognition to the exemplary academic performance of students

3. The context

Context of the Datti Ratna endowment awards

The primary purpose of any educational establishment is to provide quality education. The success of any institution is thus, frequently measured by students’ academic accomplishments. Celebrating such success by way of giving due recognition to scholarly, stimulates thirst for learning in the entire student community. Thus, identifying role models for the fellow students to dote on.    

University toppers are awarded medals in the annual convocation, but there are no such awards instituted by University for college toppers. Emphasizing on the fact that no achievement is small, the Datti Ratna endowment fund has been instituted at the college level to honor those who excel academically. The Institution of the fund is a motivation for the students to perform well in academics. The honoring of meritorious students with endowment prizes recognizes excellent performance which boosts the self-confidence of the winners and makes them peer group leaders irrespective of their social or economic background.

Again, most of our students are first-generation learners.  Unfortunately, their families do not realize the importance education.  And aspiring for family support and encouragement is a mirage for these students.  The Institution compensates for the void experienced in the family by way of encouragement through Datti Ratna Awards to high performers. 

4. The Practice

The endowment is established to provide due recognition to merit and to nurture a desire in students to excel in education. Contributions are sought and received from noble hearts that are keen on encouraging quality education. The Fund so received from the benefactors is deposited in Term deposited with the institution’s banker.

The Endowment Fund is raised from the donations made by the group of philanthropists which includes the teaching faculty, former mayor, vice-chancellors, alumni, parents and businessmen.  The amount so pooled is put in a fixed deposit for a term that fetches maximum maturity value.  Whereas the principal amount remains intact, the Interest earned on the said deposits is used to give away cash prizes to the meritorious students in conformity with the wishes of the donors.

 The subject and course toppers are identified with the help of the university result sheets. In-house students are informed through circulars and notifications on the board. Outgone students are informed through telephone and through WhatsApp groups

Donors are invited through physical mail. During the college Annual Day celebration the toppers are felicitated with a certificate and cash prize accrued out of endowment term deposit. This felicitation is not alone recognition of the efforts put in by a topper but an inspiration, as well, to create more toppers.

5. Evidence of success- In the year of 2015-16, the number of centum scorers were 07 students and by the end of 2019-20 it 34 students.

LIST OF STUDENTS WHO HAVE SCORED CENTUM (100%) IN VARIOUS SUBJECTS (DATA FOR 5 YEARS)

DATTI RATHNA 2015-2016

SERIAL NO

REGISTER NO

NAMES

SUBJECT

1

12ATC31734

JAHNAVI J

CENTUM IN MA

2

12ATC31781

MANASA K S

CENTUM IN MA

3

14ATC41637

MANJUNATHA C R

CENTUM IN AFA

4

14ATC41754

RAVI KIRAN S 

CENTUM IN QABD

5

14ATC41651

MAYUR DATTATRI

CENTUM IN QABD

6

14ATC41726

PUSHPA V

CENTUM IN QABD

7

14ATC41713

PRASHANTH KUMAR P

CENTUM IN QABD

 

DATTI RATHNA 2016-2017

SERIAL NO

REGISTER NO

NAMES

SUBJECT

1

13ATC31719

NAVEENA M

CENTUM IN MGT A/C

2

14ATC41704

PAVITHRA S

CENTUM IN COR A/C

3

14ATC41653

MOHAMMED SHOAIB M

CENTUM IN COST A/C

4

14ATC41855

SUNIL V

CENTUM IN FM

5

15ATC41604

DARTHI S

CENTUM IN AFA

6

15ATC41622

HAMSAPRIYA

CENTUM IN AFA

7

15ATC41727

OMPRAKASH R

CENTUM IN AFA

8

15ATC41169

IMTHIAZ PASHA

CENTUM IN QABD                                         

9

15ATC41177

JAGANNATH

CENTUM IN QABD                            

10

15ATC41188

JILAMI TAJ

CENTUM IN QABD                                       

11

15ATC41221

LAKSHMI G RELEKAR

CENTUM IN QABD                                    

12

15ATC41229

LAVANYA V

CENTUM IN QABD                                        

13

15ATC41376

RAJESH C D

CENTUM IN QABD                               

14

15ATC41583

ASHWINI L

CENTUM IN QABD                                    

15

15ATC41622

HAMSAPRIYA N C

CENTUM IN QABD                             

16

15ATC41626

HARISH G

CENTUM IN QABD                                     

17

15ATC41672

MAHALAKSHMI S

CENTUM IN QABD                            

18

15ATC41699

MOHAMMED SAFFAN BL

CENTUM IN QABD                         

19

15ATC41729

OVIYA R

CENTUM IN QABD                             

 

DATTI RATHNA 2017-2018

SERIAL NO

REGISTER NO

NAMES

SUBJECT

 

1

2

3

4

 

14ATC41426

14ATC41821

14ATC41826

14ATC41856

SURESH .R 

SHIVA KUMARA .N 

SHREEHARI .V 

SUNIL KUMAR  .M

CENTUM IN INCOME TAX 2

5

15ATC41787

SAHANA  R   

CENTUM IN CORP.A/C

6

15ATC41672

MAHALAKSHMI  S

CENTUM IN COST A/C

 

7

8

 

15ATC41188

15ATC41756

 

JILANI TAJ              

RAJESH JHA           

CENTUM IN FM

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16ATC41103

16ATC41487

16ATC41419

16ATC41519

16ATC41563

16ATC41606

16ATC41731

GAJJELA UPENDRA   

ZAIBA                          

AKASH C.K                  

CHETHAN KUMAR. R

KOMALA                     

NANDINI G                 

YOGITHA K                 

CENTUM IN QABD

16

17

18

19

16ATC41555

16ATC41563

16ATC41618

16ATC41700

KAVERI Y                   

KOMALA                   

NAVYASHREE  S       

SUJITH SINGH  S      

CENTUM IN BUS.MATHS

(MTBD)

 

 DATTI RATHNA 2018-2019

SERIAL NO

REGISTER NO

NAMES

SUBJECT

1

2

3

4

5

15ATC41756

15ATC41573

15ATC41271

15ATC41510

15ATC41406

RAJESH JHA    

ANURADHA H

MEGHA M      

SWATHI V       

ROOPA K         

CENTUMS IN MGT A/C

6

17ATC41091

DAYANANDA N

CENTUM IN BANKING LAW AND OPERATIONS

7

17ATC41714

PRAVEEN KUMAR K

CENTUM IN AFA

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

17ATC41091

17ATC41174

17ATC41639

17ATC41692

17ATC41579

17ATC41544

17ATC41334

17ATC41705

17ATC41703

17ATC41547

17ATC41335

DAYANANDA N 

KARTHIKA R       

KOMALA A        

NAYANA KM     

DEEPTI SINGH   

BHADRISHA N   

PUSHPA A          

POOJA JR            

POOJA A             

BHARADVAJA JS

PUSHPA A          

CENTUMS IN QABD

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

32

33

34

35

36

37

 

17ATC41712

17ATC41737

17ATC41587

17ATC41552

17ATC41639

17ATC41690

17ATC41544

17ATC41838

17ATC41555

17ATC41692

17ATC41569

17ATC41798

17ATC41790

17ATC41615

17ATC41559

17ATC41648

17ATC41613

17ATC41535

17ATC41705

PRATHAP SM 

RANJITHA N   

FARHANA       

BHAVANA AR

KOMALA A    

NAVEEN KUMAR N

BHADRISHA N 

VIDYA S           

BHAVYA AM   

NAYANA KM   

CHETHAN KC  

SUNIL KUMAR B

SIDDESH JN     

JYOTHIKA T     

BINDUSHREE S

MADHU K      

JYOTHI B        

ARUN R          

POOJA JR      

CENTUMS IN BUSINESS MATHS

(MTBD)

                                                                             

DATTI RATHNA 2019-2020

SERIAL NO

REGISTER NO

NAMES

SUBJECT

1

C1845632

Akshatha B Walikar

CENTUM IN BUSI.MATHS

2

C1845665

Archana M                

CENTUM IN BUSI.MATHS

3

C1845734

Chandana KS            

CENTUM IN BUSI.MATHS

4

C1845762

Deepak kumar G      

CENTUM IN BUSI.MATHS

5

C1845771

Dhanush JN               

CENTUM IN BUSI.MATHS

6

C1845818

Gopi GR                     

CENTUM IN BUSI.MATHS

7

C1845848

Hruthik VG               

CENTUM IN BUSI.MATHS

8

C1845923

Kishor V                    

CENTUM IN BUSI.MATHS

9

C1845945

Madhu BN                

CENTUM IN BUSI.MATHS

10

C1845970

Mamatha R              

CENTUM IN BUSI.MATHS

11

C1846034

Mudalagirish            

CENTUM IN BUSI.MATHS

12

C1846049

Naman LN                 

CENTUM IN BUSI.MATHS

13

C1846105

Pavan Kumar M       

CENTUM IN BUSI.MATHS

14

C1846167

Rachana R                    

CENTUM IN BUSI.MATHS

15

C1846235

Roshini                      

CENTUM IN BUSI.MATHS

16

C1846245

Saif Ahmed               

CENTUM IN BUSI.MATHS

17

C1846250

Salomi D                    

CENTUM IN BUSI.MATHS

18

C1846257

Sangeetha K                

CENTUM IN BUSI.MATHS

19

C1846271

Saraswathi E               

CENTUM IN BUSI.MATHS

20

C1846346

Sneha J                      

CENTUM IN BUSI.MATHS

21

C1846445

Varshini C                  

CENTUM IN BUSI.MATHS

22

C1845792

Gagana G                  

CENTUM IN QABD

23

C1845818

Gopi GR                     

CENTUM IN QABD

24

C1845889

Karthi C                      

CENTUM IN QABD

25

C1846066

Navya D                     

CENTUM IN QABD

26

C1846112

Pavithra K                 

CENTUM IN QABD

27

C1846167

Rachana R                 

CENTUM IN QABD

28

C1846316

Shilpa P                      

CENTUM IN QABD

29

C1845938

Lakshminarayana RR

CENTUM IN QABD

30

17ATC41176

Kavya BC                    

CENTUM IN FIN.MGMT

31

17ATC41639

Komala A                   

CENTUM IN COST A/C

32

17ATC41366

Shanthasree             

CENTUM IN INCOME TAX

33

17ATC41731

Yogitha K                   

CENTUM IN INCOME TAX

34

17ATC41741

Bhagyashree EK       

CENTUM IN INCOME TAX

 

6. Problems encountered and Resources required

Difficulties in finding philanthropists who can contribute a reasonable amount towards the endowment fund

Interest rates on term deposits are too low to offer decent prize money

The number of students competing for endowment prizes has been steadily increasing and therefore when interest is divided the cash prize happens to be insignificant/ meager.  

7. Notes (Optional)

 

                           

                            

B.  STUDENT ASSEMBLY

1. Title of the Practice: Student Assembly

2. Objectives:

  • To achieve unity by way of creating familiarity amongst students of diverse classes
  • To enable students to develop skills in event management
  • To harness in them soft skills like social behavior, public speaking, content development for a speech, presentation, fund responsibility sharing,
  • To expose them to teamwork.
  • To help them to exhibit their talent in art, craft and other extra-curricular activities such as singing, quizzing, etc 
  • It’s also used as a platform to create awareness about social, cultural, environmental issues, etc.,
  • It’s a dais to share certain necessary information with the students through announcements
  • Rewarding the achievers in front of a large gathering
  • To inculcate patriotism through national and state anthem

3. The context

In a large institution, the frequency to gather and experience the company of a larger group is rare.  There is a need for an institution to create familiarity and build acquaintance amongst students of varied programs, classes, and sections which instills a sense of belonging and ignites the spirit of unity. 

Students’ assembly is an event that requires the involvement of the kind required for organizing a larger event but is executed on a smaller scale. Major events of the college, requiring taller preparations, founder unless students are exposed to event management skills.  Student assemblies have a significant role to play in training students to manage forthcoming major events in the college.

It is always a good practice to ensure that reward and recognition immediately follow the achievement. The weekly assembly can offer quick recognition to student achievers.  Exemplary performers of the immediately previous week, whether it be in the field of sports, NCC, NSS, or inter-collegiate events, are honored by the Principal of the college in the presence of the entire student and teacher fraternity.  The need for offering such a feeling of pride to the achiever and a desire in others to follow similar footsteps is essential.  

4. The Practice

Student Assembly is a weekly event in the college, enthusiastically awaited by the students. Assemblies are, section-wise, scheduled at the beginning of every semester, and accordingly followed.  The class mentor has a lead role in guiding the students to prepare for the assembly.

An assembly is generally designed, to begin with, an invocation song followed by state anthem.  It would further include the presentation of major happenings during the past week read from leading newspapers. There will be a small game to follow - a quiz or a riddle to solve. Those who come out with the right answers are rewarded by the Principal with a pen or a bar of chocolate.  All student and teacher achievements that happened upon during the last week are given due recognition by the principal of the college, by presenting the honors won in the presence of the entire assembly. Next in the order is the important announcements to the students – it could be regarding the deadlines for payment fees or the examination schedule or the potential events planned, etc

Coming to the tail end, the principal of the college would address the students to bring them in good possibilities through necessary advice and direction.

5. Evidence of success

Every class mentor has witnessed great enthusiasm in students in organizing their class assembly session.

The artistic and attractive hand-made assembly invitations are a testimony of their creativity. Weekly assemblies have an inbuilt feature to encourage this

At the end of every assembly here we find a picture of joyous faces, an indicator of its great success. This success is proof of proper planning, organizing, and coordination. Thus, the application part of the managerial skills learned in the classroom.  

It throws an opportunity to interact with the different cadre of people ranging from Principal, teachers, office staff, and fellow students.  Thus developing the required social skills in them.

The encouragement students receive to exhibit their creativity in art and craft can be seen in the artistic and attractive hand-made assembly invitations are a testimony of their creativity.

The students realize the need for coordinated efforts in organizing the assembly.

The need for decentralization of responsibilities is also realized during event planning.

Inculcates the need for coordinated efforts and sharing the responsibilities. Sense of

Has been successful in developing soft skills such as public speaking, content development for presentation during the assembly and voice modulation.

6. Problems encountered and Resources required

7. Notes (Optional)

 

 

 

 

                                                                                      

                                               

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