•  Research Overview
  • Members of MRCC
  • Central Instrumentation Centre
  • E-learning Centre
  • Projects sponsored by Management
  • Incentives for paper publications

The Academic Landscape in any field is ever evolving with new knowledge which is because of sustained research. The College strives to create a research culture that will help create inquisitive minds.
The College has established a Multi-Disciplinary Research and Consultancy Centre (MRCC) to further research activities in the College.

The major objectives of the MRCC are

  • Encourage staff and students to actively pursue research in search of new knowledge
  • Provide institutional assistance in undertaking quality research
  • Frame quality initiatives that will enhance the research culture of the institution
  • Assist Staff members to apply and take up socially relevant projects from various funding agencies.
  • Create meaningful collaborations at the National and International levels
  • Encourage staff to publish research papers in refereed journals with impact factor
  • Communicate information regarding procedures to be followed for applying to various grants, funding agencies and guideship
  • Create and maintain a Research Directory
  • Conduct Research oriented programmes periodically
  • Identify Consultancy avenues in different fields
Members of the Multi-disciplinary Research and Consultancy Centre (MRCC)

Mr. Syed Munir Hoda
Secretary.

Chairperson

Mr. Faizur Rahman Sayeed
Correspondent.

Ex-officio Member

Dr. (Mrs.) Shanaz Ahamed
Principal

Ex-officio Member

Dr. Sultan Ahmed Ismail
Director
Ecoscience Research Foundation

Advisor
(External Expert)

Dr. Shareefa Talha
Vice-Principal (F.N. Session) (Retd.)

Member
(External Expert)

Dr. Nafeesa Fathima Moinuddin
Associate Professor (Retd.)

Member
(External Expert)

Dr. Niranjali Devaraj
Head, Department of Biochemistry
University of Madras

Member
(External Expert)

Dr. Waheeda Matheen
Head, Department of Psychology

Member
(Internal Expert)

Dr. Jabeen Ara Begum
Head, Department of Economics

Member
(Internal Expert)

Dr. R. Amutha
Head, Department of Commerce

Member
(Internal Expert)

Dr. C.M. Noorjahan
Asst. Prof., Department of Zoology

Member
(Internal Expert)

Dr. R. Gayathri
Asst. Prof., Dept. of C.S. & ISM (A.N.)

Member
Research Coordinator

Central Instrumentation Centre (CIC)

The Central Instrumentation Centre is a state of the art facility that helps interdisciplinary research possible. Equipment common to all science departments are housed at the Centre. The Centre is used by the Departments of Zoology, Biochemistry, Plant biology and Plant Biotechnology, Physics, Chemistry and Microbiology to carry out multi-disciplinary research studies.
High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC), Ion Analyser, UV Spectrophotometer, Semi-Auto Analyser, High Speed cooling Centrifuge, Trinocular pathological Microscopes, Streozoom microscopes and Laminar flow bench are some of the equipment housed at the MRCC.
The CIC also hosts workshops and Seminars for the faculty. The CIC is also used for hands-on-training sessions by the departments.

                 

E-learning Centre

The E-learning Centre has computer systems with internet facility to provide access to online content to research scholars, both staff and students. Access to online databases and journals subscribed by the institution is available at the Centre. Staff and students can access The EBSCO database, N-list, DELNET and Sage databases. The Centre has installed statistical Packages that facilitates data analysis for both staff and students.

            

Projects sponsored by management

The management sponsors projects of Undergraduate, post graduate students and facultyMembers


S.NO

CATEGORY

AMOUNT ALLOTTED

TARGET GROUP

PERIOD OF RESEARCH

MODE OF SELECTION

1

UNDER GRADUATE STUDENT PROJECT

Rs.5000/- to Rs.10,000 depending upon area and need for the project

II year undergraduate students in the III Semester.

9 months starting from the date of approval.

By an internal panel meeting to be held in June every year

2

POST GRADUATE STUDENT PROJECT

 

 

 

Rs.10,000 to Rs.15,000
depending upon area and need for the project

I year post graduate students in the II semester..

Selection will be completed in the end of the I Semester.
The student is expected to complete the project within 9 months from the date of approval

By an internal panel meeting to be held in October every year

3

 

 

STAFF RESEARCH PROJECTS

Rs.50,000 to Rs.75,000
depending upon area and need for the project

All interested staff members can apply

1 year starting from the date of approval

By an external panel meeting to be held in June every year

Incentives for paper publications

Paper publication is an integral part of academic work of staff members. Research publication is required to complete one’s doctoral work and also to become research guides. The management offers incentives to papers published in refereed Journals with impact factor.