News & Events
Department of Botany organized Guest Lecture Programme on 20-10-15 at 10.30a.m. in…Read More
12.10.15 - Essay writing and oratorical competitions were conducted in commemoration ‘Youth…Read More
World Tourism Day-2015 was celebrated on the Theme – "One Billion Tourists,…Read More
One day ‘Guest lecture programme’’ was conducted by the Department of Zoology…Read More
Vision & Mission
To create and promote Holistic and Integrated development in rural women by imparting quality higher education. The vision stated above is translated into action through the following Mission statements. To enable students to achieve academic excellence though efficient teaching, meticulous learning and systematic evaluation. To enable students through relevant programmes and practices emerge as economically independent,…
SERVICES AND INFRASTRUCTURE
- Service Wings
- Students Club
- Women Development Cell
- Anti Ragging Cell
- Grievance Redressal
The Centre for Women’s Studies seeks to consolidate and strengthen many of the college’s initiatives towards women’s education, research and interventions on gender issues.
The Centre not only takes up research and documentation in the field, but also seeks to focus on links between activism, intervention and academics. Working across languages, it hopes to build a local thrust.
The Centre endeavours to realize its aims of empowering women through seminars and workshops. The Centre also plans to network with national and international women’s groups to strengthen solidarity and to build resources for positive cultural interventions through theatre, film and social advertising. The initiatives of the Centre are focused on Teaching, Research, Training, Documentation, Field Action and Linkages.
The activities of the Centre are planned and organized by a team of faculty, some of whom are well recognized in the field of women and gender. With the objective of sensitizing the student community, the Centre has organized competitions as well as awareness programmes.
Anti ragging cell takes care of ragging free campus. On the first day of college reopening, first year students are informed about the cell and even senior students are also been educated to keep a cordial relationship with their juniors.
Our college campus is completely free from ragging. The anti ragging committee includes the Principal, the co-ordinator, all the HOD’s of major department and one student representative from each class. The Government rules and regulations and the UGC Guidelines are informed to the students in the assembly and also an undertaking is obtained from the First year students and the parents every year. Read More
It is the mission of D.K.M College for Women to provide quality education without compromising on standards and values. It is also dedicated to fostering independent thinking amongst its students.
There are several ways in which students’ grievances are addressed in our College. Grievance Redressal Cell looks into the grievances of the students. It was setup in view of effectively addressing the problems of the students. A complaint box is installed in the campus and students are free to post their grievance if any and effective measures are taken immediately to address the problems.
The Principal is the first and final authority whom any student can approach directly in case of any complaints.
CONSTITUTION OF GRIEVANCE REDRESSAL
The Students Grievance Redressal Committee is made up of the principal, the controller of examinations, the college librarian, senior staff members and the Physical Director of U.G and P.G Students. This committee meets every semester, receives and addresses all issues related to students.