Student Welfare Association

STUDENT WELFARE  CELL

Student Welfare encompasses everything that a college community does to meet the personal and social needs of students and enhance the well being. It involves recognizing valuing and developing each student as a total and unique person in the context of society. The Student Welfare Programme is the sum total of all of the policies, structures and activities which are planned and implemented by the college the promote student welfare.

Vision

To have a dynamic caring centre, in the provision if Relevant, Physical and Social will being through organised services programmes and timely support students in Need.

Mission

Is to facilitate the social leadership and personal well being and to develop high moral values sound life skills among students.

Motto

Providing Efficient, Amicable Quality and Integral support and care to  students.

Theme

“We care for your care”.

Aim

  • Through its student welfare programme, the college aims to help its students to develop.
  • A sense of enjoyment and satisfaction from learning an ability to communicate effectively.
  • A coherent set of values to guide behavior.
  • A sense of personal and social responsibility for their actions and decisions, a sense of personal dignity and worth.
  • Self reliance and a sense of cultural identity.
  • A feeling of belonging to the wider community a caring attitude towards others and
  • An ability to form satisfying and stable relationship.
  • A college, co-operating with parents, can work toward realizing these aims through programmes and support services in 3 major areas.
  • General measures to promote the personal development of students, preventative measures to ensure the safety and well being of students.
  • Remedial measures to overcome specific difficulties.

OBJECTIVES

  • To gain the satisfaction associated with challenge and achievements.
  • To develop understanding and skills in communication and interpersonal relationships.
  • Develop a realistic and comprehensive self concept, enhance their self esteem, and develop their interests and abilities.
  • Develop their personal values within a framework of broadly accepted community values.
  • Develop their personal skills in decision making.
  • Understand their own feelings and behavior and those of others.
  • Positively value cultural differences.
  • Be caring and supportive of others and
  • Protect students from harm.
  • To teach, advice, counsel students.
  • Provide interesting and challenging learning programmes.
  • Assist students towards full participation in college educational programmes.

MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • To monitor and report on students’ attendance, punctuality, and uniform and liaise with parents as appropriate.
  • To review registers following a.m. and p.m. registration periods and monitor and adjust as necessary.
  • Meet regularly with the Assistant Head teacher responsible for attendance, to discuss any concerns and action as necessary.
  • To ensure all college activity is logged onto the behavior system/communication log as required.
  • To liaise with teaching and other support staff as necessary in carrying out tasks as directed by the Head of College.
  • To liaise with external agencies as appropriate.
  • To carry out investigations into behavioral incidents in the College as directed by the Director, Head of College, or a member of the Leadership Group.
  • To liaise with individual teachers and support staff in relation to the behavior and learning of individuals and groups of students in the College, as directed by the Director/Head of College.
  • To maintain student files and archive as necessary.
  • To assist with the supervision of students during lunchtime.
  • To assist in maintaining and implementing the school’s anti-bullying policy.
  • To provide assistance in the Achievement Support Centre as necessary.
  • To assist with College consultation afternoons.
  • To co-ordinate the provision of work for students on exclusion.
  • To report any child protection concerns to the Head of College and Assistant Head Teacher responsible for child protection

Committee Members:                                 

Dr Rekha Sethi                            :                                      Director

Sujatha Arassu  ( Department of ARG/Commerce) – Student Welfare Officer

Amos John Samuel. J           (B.com)                                     _ Student coordinator

Fazila Naaz                            (B.com)                                        _ Student coordinator

Kishore .V                              (B.com)                                       _ Member

Chethan                                    (B.com)                                     _ Member

Panidra                                    (B.com)                                       _ Member

Bhavya                                    (Bsc)                                            _ Member

Meghana                                 (Bsc)                                          _ Member

Ruth Epsebha                       (BBM)                                          _ Member

Nisha                                         (BBM)                                         _ Member

 

EVENTS

Introduction of Thought for the Day Board

A white board and a marker is placed in entrance of our college. Where faculty/ students of our college can write message related to education, health, science, current affairs, friendship, proverbs, life etc.,

04/04/2016       YOUTH FEST AND   INAGURAL OF SWO

Inaugural programme of SWO 2016-17 was organized on 4 April 2016, organised by Sujatha Arassu  Student Welfare Officer along with SWA members, students from all streams, Teaching and Non Teaching staffs  of SBMJC was present.  The chief guest of the programme were

Sri Mahendra Munoth                          Managing Trusty,

Dr. Rekha Sethi                                     Principal

Mr.Jayapandian                                    IQAC Co-Ordinator/ NSS Officer/Placement officer

 

All the students took part in the programme. The events was conducted to promote personal development among students were

  • Cramen creation   (Topic related to students education/parents/school memories)
  • Research Presentation     (Why do youth go off track by modernization)
  • Documentary Video   ( Life of Youth)
  • Elocution (Social Networking Impact on Youth)
  • Watch & Talk (Presentation on spot)
  • Photography   ( Different Trends in Youth)
  • Talent Hunt (Dance Carnatic Music)

13/08/2016                 INTERNATIONAL YOUTH DAY CELEBRATION

The International Youth Day was organised on 13th August 2016, the theme of the 2016 International Youth Day is Young people are not just the leaders of tomorrow; they are the leaders of today.” International Youth Day explores how youth continue to provide new ideas and alternatives to development challenges and are active in seeking a renewed vision of consumption and production that is necessary to combat climate change, protect the environment, create decent employment opportunities and build inclusive equitable societies.

staff members  & students of SBMJC was present.  The chief guest of the programme were

Sri Mahendra Munoth                          Managing Trusty,

Dr. Rekha Sethi                                       Principal

The events conducted were:

  • Jam (Just a Minute),
  • Best acting
  • Composing song,
  • Documentation
  • Documentary vedios  ( 5 stages of life),
  • Quiz
  • Turncoat,
  • Dubsmash,
  • Game

Activites held for the year 2015-16 of SWO were

  • To gain the satisfaction associated with challenge and achievements.
  • To develop understanding and skills in communication and interpersonal relationships.
  • Develop a realistic and comprehensive self concept, enhance their self esteem, and develop their interests and abilities.
  • Develop their personal values within a framework of broadly accepted community values.
  • Develop their personal skills in decision making.
  • Understand their own feelings and behavior and those of others.
  • Positively value cultural differences.
  • Be caring and supportive of others and
  • Protect students from harm.
  • To teach, advice, counsel students.
  • Provide interesting and challenging learning programmes.
  • Assist students towards full participation in college educational programmes.