Act as a mutual supportive community for social work among students interested in social service. The club is working smoothly with the strong support of the management. Social Service Club helps the students to acknowledge the need for care. NYNA aims to inculcate pro-social behavior, social commitment, and social consciousness among the students of AMC. The club is organizing various social service activities including charity program.
Co- ordinator : Divya Haridas
Additional Co-ordinator : Vasanthi P
To enhance entrepreneurial skills among youth, the college has introduced Entrepreneurship Development Club (ED Club) in 2015. The club is registered under Department of Industries and Commerce, Government of Kerala. The club is formed to inculcate entrepreneurial culture among youth and equip them with the skills, techniques and confidence to act as torch bearers of enterprise for the new generation. Club gives emphasis to inculcate trustworthiness, integrity, hard work, discipline, honesty etc. as constituents of entrepreneurship. Various activities like workshops, interaction with successful entrepreneurs, exhibitions, food stall are carried out under the banner of ED Club. Inside the college, Club have four production units of soap powder, paper pen, cloth bag and LED bulbs. The students are very enthusiastic to work and to share the experience with ED club
Co-ordinator :Jagadeesh C
Additional Co-ordinator : Sarala K T
To enhance the physical and mental health of students, the college has introduced Health and Yoga Club in 2021. This Club is an association of students in college for taking care of everything that goes in to prescribing ways and activities for students to possess good overall health. A main concept in this club is that, the yoga may help students and young people cope with stress and thus, contribute positively to balance in life, well-being, and mental health. Similarly, yoga and other health related activities in college helps students to improve resilience, mood, and self-regulation skills pertaining to emotions and stress. The members of this club are very active and enthusiastic to work and experience with this club.
Co-ordinator: Anilkumar C
Additional Co-ordinator: Uma M
Nature Club is a convergence of nature lovers. Our society is facing problems related to environment. Today our students are more connected to people all over the world but they are less connected to the Nature. Considering this nature club of our college, sorts out some activities which helps to connect our Mother Earth. The club has always been committed to inspire students to think differently about the environment and encourage them to be eco-friendly. The club activities include observing days like environment day, conducting waste management awareness, maintenance of herbal garden, recycle garden, training for organic farming, etc. throughout the year.
Co-ordinator : Ambika K K
Additional Co-ordinator : Sruthi P V
The club promises to cultivate, promote and sustain literary domains like book reading, communicating, debating, poem reciting, storytelling, creative writings, and elocution among students. The club throughout the year designs and conducts events aimed at honing these skills. The club encourages the students to give free expression to their ideas through various literary forms.
Additional Co-ordinator : Divya Haridas.
Fine arts club of the college motivates the students to show their artistic talents and creativity. For reducing the stress regarding academic matters, the fine arts club of the college conducting different types of the cultural activities. With the help of college union, the fine arts club selects the talented students for the participation of different competitions conducted by outsiders. The fine arts club is the soul of college for the talented students for showing their skills and creativity. The college and fine arts club will help and support all the students for bringing their talents and creativity. All type of talents get their own space in college arts club. To find out various talents, fine arts club co-ordinate various competitions in the areas of music, dance, drawing, drama, poster making etc.
Co-ordinator: Simran Vijaykumar
Additional Co-ordinator: Rajeesh Kumar M
Electoral Literacy Club is a platform to engage students through interesting activities and hands-on experience to sensitize them on their electoral rights and familiarize them with the electoral process of registration and voting. Students are provided with the awareness of democracy and Indian electoral procedures. ELC has been conducting varieties of programmes with the help of Election Commission of India and to inculcate democratic principles and awareness among the students.Through ELC, Election Commission of India, aims at strengthening the culture of electoral participation among young and future voters
Coordinator: Mrs. Divya A
Additional Co-ordinator : Jasna K U
Scheduled Castes (SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST) have been identified as the two most backward groups of Indian Society. It includes all the castes, races or tribes, which have been socially, economically and educationally backward. Aim of the club is to support and to bring students from such community in the main stream. The college takes special interest in facilitating financial support from government agencies to the students of SC/ST category. The students are also encouraged to enroll for career orientation programs, which would equip them with the necessary skills to choose a career option.
Co- ordinator : Sheeja V
Additional Co-ordinator : Siji C
Red Ribbon Club (RRC) is an initiative started by the Government of India in educational institutions through which students will spread awareness over HIV/AIDS. It envisages motivating youth to extend their capacity towards developing healthy life styles and voluntary blood donation. RRC educate and encourage positive health behavior in members and they act as peer educators to guide our society.
Co- ordinator : Anila M G
Additional Co-ordinator : Dhanya K
The basic objective of the club is to make aware the students about the Right to Information Act. This will help to empower the future generation to be informed about the need of transparency and accountability in the working of the Government. Informed citizen will be equipped to keep vigilant on the instrument of governance and make the Government more accountable to the governed.
Co- ordinator : Uma M
Additional Co-ordinator : Ambika K K
Debate Club aims to empower the students with the skills of expressing their beliefs clearly and concisely, public speaking and effective communication in a formal setting, and staying aware of current events in the world. The club conducts debates at intervals which enable the students to develop and enhance the oratory, communicative skills and group. To recognize outstanding contribution by the students, the club selects the excellent performer and the best performer for every academic year.
Co- ordinator : Sandhya O S
Additional Co-ordinator : Anilkumar C
AMC Group of Educational Institutions, run by Trisha Charitable Trust is always at forefront for all charitable activities, let it be an issue related to an AMC staff, student or any outsider. The institution is always lending a helping hand to the needy.
Staff welfare club was formed in the year 2016-2017.
1. Staff welfare
2. Maintaining harmony and cordial relationship among staff members.
3. To provide recreational activities for the staff.
STAFF WELFARE COMMITTEE (SWC)
Club co-ordinator – Divya Haridas
Principal – Dr. Byju. K
Vice Principal – Mrs. Nisha Sasikumar
Senior Staff – Vasanthi P
Non-teaching staff – Mrs. Rugmini T B
Male co-ordinator – Jagadheesh C
National Service scheme started on 19-12-2020 as per the regulation of affiliated univercity. 50 Volunteers were enrolled during 2020-21. Sarala K T, Assistent proffessor appointed as progrme officer.Additional co ordinator Rajeesh Kumar M
Aim: Student personality development through community service
WDC of AMC is a vibrant and incessantly active collaboration of students, faculty and staff; endeavoring to create a more inclusive, tolerant and gender sensitized community within the campus as well as in society. The cell conducts programs and events primarily with the aim of creating awareness about issues still prevailing in our society like gender sensitization, women rights, gender equality, Child sexual abuse, Girl Child education, orphanage visits, counseling and workshops to empower the girl students.
Co- ordinator : Nisha Sasikumar
Additional Co-ordinator : Anusha P Nair
The main aim of the cell is to address the genuine problems and complaints of the students. The cell is open for all students for voicing their grievances regarding academic matters, financial matters, library and other services . Complaints dropped in the suggestion box and oral complaints are also addressed. The main aim of the CELL is to develop a transparent, responsive and accountable attitude among all the stakeholders of the college in order to maintain a harmonious and pleasant educational ambience in the institute. This will help us to promote cordial student-student, student-teacher relationship and to maintain respect, right and dignity of all the stake-holders. The Cell has reconstituted as per UGC notification F. No. 14-4/2012 (CPP-II) and CBCSS Regulation of University of Calicut. Three tier structure is followed in Grievance handling. There is a committee works under Grievance Redressal Cell called internal complaint committee. AMC Group of Educational Institutions has a clear policy norm to redress the grievances, if any, for any stakeholders.
Email id to file grievance : email@example.com
Co-ordinator : Nisha Sasikumar
Additional Co-ordinator: Sarala K T
The main aim of Anti ragging cell is preserving a culture of ragging free environment in the college campus. The cell take measures to remind the students on the consequences of ragging and its punishment. Inorder to prevent ragging, the cell takes anti ragging measures as per the guidelines issued by the Supreme Court of India and UGC. The specific objectives of the Anti-Ragging cell are to prohibit any conduct by any student or students whether by words spoken or written or by an act which has the effect of teasing, treating or handling with rudeness a fresher or any other student; to prevent any activity which adversely affect the physical or psychological harm to the students; to prevent a student or students showing superiority over any fresher or any other student; to make necessary plans for curbing the menace of ragging in the college campus and to create awareness among students and parents about the consequences of ragging.
Co- ordinator : Ambika K K
Additional Co-ordinator : Nisha Sasikumar
As per the guidelines of UGC and the Supreme Court an Anti-Sexual Harassment Cell has been established by the college to provide a healthy atmosphere to the students of the college. AMC is committed to moulding a generation which safeguards the virtues of gender equality and equity. Our college attempts to uphold the constitutional mandate ensuring the human rights of all those who fall within its jurisdiction. The main aims of the cell is to sensitise students on gender equity and to prevent sexual harassment in any form and to promote dialogue about sexual harassment possible in academic communities.
Co- ordinator : Anusha P Nair
Additional Co-ordinator : Jagadeesh C
The college anti-drug cell has been constituted to ensure a drug-free campus by imposing a total ban on the possession or consumption or use of drugs and alcohol by students of the college, within or outside the campus. The duties of the anti-drugs cell include organizing awareness programmes in the college and nearby locality with the help of government authorized agencies/ organizations. Educating the students about the ill effects of drugs and alcohol, encouraging peer policing among students against the use of drugs and reporting of any noticed use of drugs by the students to the student’s affairs committee are also the duties of the anti-drugs cell.
Co- ordinator : Dr Mugesh P
Additional Co-ordinator : Sarala K T
The AMC Group of Educational Institutions has a clear policy norms to redress the grievances of students. Its main aim is to develop a transparent, responsive and accountable attitude among all the stakeholders of AMC Group of Educational Institutions in order to maintain a harmonious and pleasant educational ambience in the institute.
As per the regulation, Grievance Redressal Committee is constituted in the college to take care of the students complaints.
There are many problems registered in the grievance cell from the side of students both academically and personally. Some of them were settled internally. But some cases cannot be solved internally. So a counselling cell named Co-operative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere (CARE) was introduced.
The objective of this is imparting stress relief in academic and personal life and also to empower them to face the challenges in life.
The beneficiaries of the cell are the students who face problems in academic and personal life. They shared their problems and thoughts in this cell.
The counselling cell has two wings, internal mentors and external mentors.
These members met together and shared their thoughts about the problems faced by the students and gave suggestions to them.
Once in a week counsellors rendering their services to those who need help. Those unresolvable cases are referred to external mentors.
As we needed professionally qualified psychologist for counselling our college has made an MOU with ICCONS (Institute for Communicative and Cognitive Neuro Science) which is an authorized central GOVT organization doing counselling activities for various groups.
It started functioning from the year 2019 onwards. We recommended some students to ICCONS for getting guidance and support. After the counselling these students improved their self confidence and were able to change self defeating habits. Hence it proved to be a successful endeavor.
Career Guidance and Placement Cell provides career guidance to the students with the help of experienced resource persons and help students to learn necessary skills to find job placement after graduation. They are trained for the same through various interactive classes, mock interviews and other skill development coaching. The cell conducts workshops and programmes for career orientation. The cell also organizes campus placement drive.
Co-ordinator : Rajan K
Additional Co-ordinator : Durga N
Soft skills provide the platform for students to build, develop and manage team work. Overall personality of the students is developed, thereby enhancing their career prospects. The ultimate aim of the cell is to develop the people skills such as social skills, communication skills, interpersonal skills and emotional intelligence and all round personality of students with a mature outlook to function effectively in different circumstances.
Co-ordinator : Divya Haridas
Additional Co-ordinator : Reshmi P
The Equal Opportunity cell aims to address and encapsulate the menace of marginalization and inequality of being confronted by certain section of people from various walks of life. Students from various social backgrounds are encouraged to maintain healthy interpersonal relationships. All efforts are made to sensitize the academic community regarding the problems associated with social exclusion and to see fulfillment of aspirations of the marginalised communities. The cell also intends to support the disabled students both physically and psychically through various means and thereby helping them to emerge out of the undue inhibitions and fears they possess regarding academics and the future ahead. The cell conducts numerous programmes and acts as a channel for the voiceless to register their protest and demands to get it accomplished from the fellow beings and from the authorities concerned.
Co-ordinator : Ranjini P
Additional Co-ordinator : Jisha K
Research forum is an initiative of AMC to inculcate the research based activities. The forum conducts different programs to enhance research aptitude among students and faculty. The forum is following a collaborative method of collective thinking and fruitful discussion in the research arena.
Co- ordinator : Anila M G
Additional Co-ordinator : Rekha P T
The OBC Cell of the college has formed on 1/12/2021 with purpose to empower OBC students. The main objective of the cell is make students aware about various scholorship program of state and central government.
Co- ordinator : Archana
Additional Co-ordinator : Sandhya O S
A Gender Equity Cell was formed on 2nd March 2022 in the college in order to protect gender equity among students. The main objective of the cell was tomake recommendations to the Principal for changes or elaborations in currently running rules in the college to make them gender justice and to lay down procedures for the prohibition, settlement, resolution of acts of sexual harassment in any form.
Co- ordinator : Rekha P T
Additional Co-ordinator : Adarsh
The college has a strong discipline and ethics committee to ensure discipline inside and outside the campus. The committee gives proper directions and constructive suggestions to the clubs/cells. Concerned to organize relevant awareness classes for students to impart the cell. The college maintains a handbook propagating certain code of conduct which is frequently been given to them through necessary sections.
Rajeesh Kumar M (Co-ordinator)
Sarala K T
Dr. Mugesh P
Ambika K K
Sruthi P V
The Parent- Teacher Association (PTA) is a body which aims at student welfare and the overall development of the college. Parental co-operation in creating a healthy campus atmosphere is of utmost importance. The PTA aspires for co-operation and participation of parents in full measure in the wholesome activities of the college. An Executive Committee, consisting of the Principal as President, a parent selected as Vice President, a teacher elected as secretary and other members from teaching and parents. The committee meets frequently to carry out the regular affairs of the body. Positive and negative feedback is openly discussed for timely improvement and correction.
Dr. Byju K (president)
Harigovindan (Vice president)
Rema K R (Secretary)