MINIMUM DISCLOSURE NORMS FOR COLLEGES OF HIGHER EDUCATION
|1. Name of the College||: Carmel College of Arts, Science and Commerce for Women.|
|2. Address||: Nuvem, Salcete Goa.|
|3. Website||: www.carmelcollegegoa.org|
|4. Location||: Rural|
|5. Affiliating University||: Goa University|
|6. Year of Establishment||: June 1964|
|7. Year of Affiliation||: Temporary – 1964 Permanent – 1968|
|8. Year of Recognition||: U/S 2(f) 1967|
|9. Year of Last Accreditation||: 2006 Rating: B++ (Re-accreditation 2007)|
|10. Type||: Govt Aided|
|11. Category||: Affiliated|
|12. Anti-Ragging Committee: Members:||
|13. Committee for prevention of sexual harassment at workplace: Members:||
|14. College Grievance Redressal Cell: Members:||
|.||Name of Course||Year Started||Level||Type||Nature||Annual Fees||Selection|
|UG||FT||Regular||(in Rs)||Post merit|
|PG||PT||Self Fin.||National Test|
|1||B.A.||1964||UG||FT||Regular||FYBA (with Psy): 6,706/-||–|
|FYBA (without Psy): 6,532/-|
|SYBA (with Psy): 5,363/-||–|
|SYBA (without Psy) : 5,189/-|
|TYBA (with Psy): 5,913/-||–|
|TYBA (without Psy) : 5,739/-|
|2||B.Sc||UG||FT||Regular||FYBSC : 7,037/-||–|
|SYBSC : 5,694/-||–|
|TYBSC : 6,244/-||–|
|3||B.Com||UG||FT||Regular||FYBCOM : 6,532/-|
|4||M.A. in Counselling Psychology||Jul-07||PG||FT||Self -Financed||M.A-I: 34,586/-|
|5||M.Com||Jul-07||PG||FT||Self -Financed||M.Com- I: 34,586|
|Sl No.||Name of the Faculty members||Year joined||Designation||Highest Qualification|
|1||Dr. M. Aradhana A.C (Principal)||20.06.1993||Principal||M.Com., SET, Ph.D|
|2||Mr. Rajendra||15.07.1981||Associate Prof.||M.Sc, M.Phil|
|3||Dr. (Ms) Subhadra D.Gadi||20.06.1983||Associate Prof.||M.Sc, M.Phil, Ph.D|
|4||Dr. (Mrs) Mini Vijayan||01.01.1985||Associate Prof.||M.Sc, Ph.D|
|5||Dr. (Mrs) Sulabha Phatak||20.06.1988||Associate Prof.||M.Sc, Ph.D.|
|6||Mrs. Lolita D’Souza||20.06.1988||Associate Prof.||M.A., DHE, M.Phil|
|7||Dr. Manoj Borkar||20.06.1988||Associate Prof.||M.Sc, PGDEE, Ph.D|
|8||Dr. Efrem D’Sa||09.07.1988||Associate Prof.||M.Sc, M.Phil, Ph.D|
|9||Mrs. Gladys Mony||20.06.1989||Associate Prof.||M.Sc, B.Ed|
|10||Mr. Olavo Menezes e Gama||01.09.1993||Dir. For Phy. Edu||M.Com, MP.Ed, SET|
|11||Mrs. Cheryl Alvares||20.06.1990||Associate Prof.||M.Sc|
|12||Mrs. Leila Riberio||20.06.1991||Associate Prof..||M.A., B.Ed|
|13||Mrs. LouiseAnn Sequeira||20.06.1992||Associate Prof.||M.A., SET|
|14||Mrs. Akalpita Dessai||01.08.1991||Associate Prof..||M.A., NET|
|15||Mrs. Roxana A.Singh||01.07.1993||Associate Prof.||M.A., S.E.T|
|16||Mrs. Sumathi Satardekar||20.06.1994||Associate Prof.||M.Com., M.Phil, SET|
|17||Ms. Meena Miranda||20.06.1994||Associate Prof.||M.Sc, SET|
|18||Mrs. Solley Thomas||14.11.1994||Associate Prof.||M.C.A, M.Phil|
|19||Mrs. Queenie Viegas||02.12.1994||Associate Prof.||M.A., NET|
|20||Mrs. Vinita D’Sa||20.06.1995||Assistant Prof.||M.Sc|
|21||Mrs. Fatima Fernandes||20.06.1995||Assistant Prof.||M.Sc, M.Phil|
|22||Mrs. Gladys D’Souza||21.08.1995||Associate Prof.||M.Com, SET|
|23||Mrs. Sajani D’Costa||20.06.1996||Associate Prof.||M.Com, SET|
|24||Mrs. Glancy Borges||20.07.1996||Assistant Prof.||M.A.|
|25||Dr. Aldina Gomes||20.06.1997||Associate Prof.||M.A., NET|
|26||Mr. Audhoot Satardekar||02.07.1999||Assistant Prof.||M.Com, SET|
|27||Sr. Maria Lizanne A.C. .||05.07.1999||Assistant Prof.||M.Sc|
|28||Mrs. Glenis Mendonca||16.06.2001||Assistant Prof.||M.A., SET|
|29||Mrs. Lynette Angela Da Silva e Fortes||17.06.2002||Assistant Prof.||M.A., SET|
|30||Dr. Ana Rovina Ferrao e Fernandes||15.06.2007||Assistant Prof.||M.A., SET, Ph.D|
|31||Dr. Lata Shirodkar||23.11.2010||Associate Prof.||M.A S.E.T, Ph.D|
|32||Dr. Mrs. Michelle Fernandes||15.06.2011||Assistant Prof.||M.A, S.E.T, Ph.D,|
|33||Dr. Mrs. Perpetua Savia Torres||01.08.2011||Assistant Prof.||M.Sc, Ph.D|
|34||Dr.Brian Mendonca||08.09.2011||Assistant Prof.||M.A., M.Phil, N.E.T, Ph.D|
|35||Ms. Sneha R. Naik||19.06.2012||Assistant Prof.||M.Sc, N.E.T|
|36||Mrs. Nazrana Shaikh||01.12.2014||Assistant Prof.||M.A, S.E.T|
|37||Mr. Sanford Pereira||15.06.2015||Assistant Prof.||M.A., SET|
|38||Mr. Agnelo Dias||15.06.2007||Assistant Prof.||M.A.|
|39||Mrs. Pearl D’Souza e D’silva||15.06.2005||Assistant Prof.||M.Sc|
|40||Sr. Maria Janet A.C||15.06.2010||Assistant Prof.||M.Com.|
|41||Mrs. Nizia Barboza||15.06.2007||Assistant Prof.||M.A.|
|42||Dr. (Mr) Godugu Shrinivas||15.06.2010||Assistant Prof.||M.A., Ph.D|
|43||Ms. Chris e Antao||15.06.2010||Assistant Prof.||M.A.|
|44||Dr. Divakar K. Mesta||04.01.2012||Assistant Prof.||M.Sc, B.Ed, Ph.D|
|45||Ms. Swizzle Furtado||01.08.2015||Assistant Prof.||M.Sc.|
|46||Ms. Amanda Saldanha||15.06.2015||Assistant Prof.||M.Sc., NET, SET|
|47||Dr. Prakash Naik||15.06.2015||Assistant Prof.||M.A., Ph.D. NET|
|48||Ms. Rivya Dias||15.06.2015||Assistant Prof.||M.A.|
|49||Ms. Swatha Kumari||15.06.2015||Assistant Prof.||M.Com.|
|50||Ms. Sonia Shirodkar||18.06.2015||Assistant Prof.||LLM|
|51||Ms. Seneca O. D’Costa||15.06.2015||Assistant Prof.||M.Sc.|
|52||Ms. Janice Flor Pereira e Dias||15.06.2015||Assistant Prof.||M.Sc.|
|53||Dr.(Ms.) Anju Lakhumna||23.11.2015||Assistant Prof.||M.Sc., Ph.D.|
|54||Ms. Divya Bandekar||15.06.2015||Assistant Prof.||M.Sc.|
|55||Ms. Sapana Savaikar||15.06.2015||Assistant Prof.||M.A. B.Ed. NET|
|56||Ms. Doreen Alvares||25.06.2015||Assistant Prof.||M.A.|
|57||Ms. Elita Fernandes||15.06.2015||Assistant Prof.||M.A.|
|58||Ms. Faye Pinto||15.06.2015||Assistant Prof.||M.A., B.Ed., S.E.T.|
|57||Ms. Averyl Pires||16.06.2015||Assistant Prof.||M.A.|
|Physical Facilities / Infrastructure||Details|
|Land and Building||Total Area of the campus : 30,000 m2|
|Building Area : 4556 m2|
|Land Area (in Acres)||35|
|Built up Area||4556 m2|
|Playground/sports/games Area||Basketball ground = 30m x 18m|
|Foot ball ground = 92m2 x 74m2|
|Volleyball ground = 23m x 14m|
|Tennikoit ground = 15m x 10m|
|Number of Classrooms||15|
|Number of Tutorials Rooms||6|
|Number of Laboratories||6|
|Number of Seminar Rooms||1|
|Number of Conference Rooms||1|
|Number of Committee Rooms||Nil|
|Hostel (run by College Management)|
|Number of seats in Boys Hostel||Nil|
|Number of seats in Girls Hostel||100|
|Seating capacity of Library Reading Room||200|
|Number of books in the Library||32400|
|Number of Journals subscribed||36|
|Number of Multimedia literature||300|
|ICT – Infrastructure:|
|Number of Computer Lab||4|
|Number of PCs in Computer Centre||25|
|Number of P IV or higher PCs||20|
|Number of LAN Terminals||25|
|Type and Speed of Internet connectivity||Broadband – Business Plan 3300 unlimited|
|Number of Television||1|
|Number of OHPs||3|
|Number of LCDs||3|
|Number of VCP/VCR|
|Others: Principal Room, Vice-Principal Room, Administrative Block||3|
|Number of Houses for Teachers||Nil|
|Number of Rooms in Guest House||Nil|
|Number of Common Rooms for Students||1|
|Health Centre / Medical Centre||1|
|Number of Cubicles / Rooms for Teachers||7|
|Common Rooms for Teachers||1|
|Canteen for Students||1|
|Transport Facility For Students||Available|
|Income||Rs. In lakh||Expenditure||Rs in Lakh|
|Grants in Aid||Salaries and allowances:|
|Donations and Contribution||———-||Books and Journals||3,71,111.00|
|Fees from Students||10,48,564.00||Equipment and Labs||5,44,371.00|
|Other Sources||1,53,750.00||Maintenance and utilities||11,61,964.00|
|Total Income||5,50,35,288.00||Total expenses||5,37,74,134.00|
|M.Com- I: 34,586|
EXAMINATIONS As per G.U. Regulations
OC-45.4.2. (e) A student shall be required to appear for a minimum of two ISAs of a paper in a given Semester. A student who fails to appear for ISAs due to genuine reason shall be given additional ISA test(s) by the teacher. A student who does not appear for a minimum of two ISA of a paper shall not be eligible to answer SEE of that paper.
Standard of passing OC-45.4.5.
- (a) A theory paper carrying 100 marks shall have ISA component of 20 marks and a SEE component of 80 marks. For a 75 marks theory paper , the ISA component shall be 15 marks and the SEE component shall be 60 marks. A theory paper carrying 50 marks shall have ISA component of 10 marks and SEE component of 40 marks.
- (b) A student shall be required to score a minimum of 40% of maximum marks in ISA and SEE components taken together to pass in a paper in Semester –I and Semester-II.
- (c) To pass in a paper in a semester from Semester –III to Semester-VI, a student shall be required to score a minimum of 30% of maximum marks in ISA and 40% marks on aggregate in ISA and SEE taken together.
- (d) In practical paper/component a student shall be required to score a minimum of 40% marks to pass in all the Semesters.
- (e) Marks secured by the student in ISA shall be carried forward even if he/she fails in the paper.
- (f) A student failing in ISA component of a paper in Semester- III to Semester VI shall be required to take re-admission to that paper to reappear for that paper for passing the ISA component.
OC-XX.4.14. A candidate registered for three years integrated B.A/B.Com/B.Sc. Degree course shall be required to successfully complete 46 papers (aggregate 40%) carrying a total of 4100 marks and shall be required to obtain not lower than “C” Grade in each Skill-based papers and also Project Paper.
Examination Fees (payable per semester ) ( August & January)
Rate of Fees as per University Guidelines)
REFUND OF FEES: (subject to change)
The Academic Council in its meetings held on 15.10.2004 has approved revised guidelines/rules for the refund of fees to be made applicable to all the affiliated Colleges/Institutions including self-financed Courses (except those courses whose admissions are done by the Directorate of Technical Education).
1) For the students who change from one course/faculty to another in the same college, the fees are to be suitably adjusted.
2) All fees paid by the student at the time of admission shall be refunded to him/her except special fees and contribution to students aid fund after deduction of 12.5% as a administrative charges, if the student/guardian informs the Principal of the college/institution in writing before the date of commencement of the Academic term/year.
3) If a student/guardian informs the Principal/Director/Dean of college/institution in writing within 30 days from the date of the commencement of the term that he/she desires to cancel his/her admission, then all fees shall be refunded to him/her after deduction of 15% of the fees collected as administrative charges.
4) If a student/guardian informs the Principal/Director/Dean of college/institution, in writing within 45 days from the date of commencement of the term that he/she desires to cancel his/her admission, all fees shall be refunded to him/her after deduction of 20% of the fees collected as administrative charges.
5) If a student/guardian informs the Principal/Director/Dean of college/institution, in writing by upto 30th September of the academic year that he/she desires to cancel his/her admission, all fees shall be refunded to him/her after deduction of 30% of the fees collected as administrative charges.
6) If a student/guardian informs the Principal/Director/Dean of College/Institution in writing by beyond 30th September of the academic year but before the start of the second term of the academic year that he/she desires to cancel his/her admission, all fees shall be refunded to him/her after deduction of 50% of the fees collected as administrative charges.
7) If a student/guardian informs the Principal/Director/Dean of College/Institution in writing after the start of second term of the academic year that he/she desires to cancel his/her admission, 100% of all the fees shall be deducted, but only the deposits shall be refunded.
In all cases of cancellation the University enrolment fees shall be refunded in full, unless the fees have been already remitted to the University.
Whenever a dispute arises either due to interpretations or genuiness of the case, the matter shall be forwarded for consideration and decision of the Vice-Chancellor, whose decision will be final and binding on all.
This is in supersession of all earlier circulars issued regarding Refund of Fees.