Sunday, November 4, 2012
Prof. Lawrel Gregory, Head of the Department of Physics addressing the National Seminar on Solar Terrestrial Relations, Prof. Harry Cleetus, Principal, St. Albert's College, Dr. Ananthakrishnan, Executive Committee Member - IAPT, Dr. K N Iyer Professor and former Head Saurastra University, Gujarath, Dr. Cyriac Mathew, Vice Principal nearby
Thursday, November 1, 2012
Department of Physics, St. Albert's College in association with IAPT is conducting a National Seminar on Solar Terrestrial Relations on 2012 November 5th at Archbishop Bernard Hall (Seminar Hall) at St. Albert's College. Well known speaker Dr. K N Iyer, Professor and former Head Saurastra University, Gujarath will lead the session.
Monday, October 15, 2012
13th October 2012 is celebrated as the National Disaster Management Day. The day helps us to be proactive in-case a disaster occurs. The IGNOU and the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) conducted Face to Face Training Programme in Disaster Management for Government Officials and Representatives of Panchayati Raj Institutions and Urban Local Bodies. The Mock Drill of evacuating the people from the fire place and various types of extinguishing the fires was also shown by the Kerala Fireforce and Resuce Team.
The College Principal Prof. Harry Cleetus distributed the Certificates to the participants. IGNOU Coordinator Prof. P A Jerald, Dr. Sabu Chacko, Prof. K J Augustine spoke in the event.
|Mariya Joslin OliverVice Chairperson|
|Jerjes V JacobGeneral Secretary|
|Sanoob KSArts Club|
|Nithin JoseMagazine Editor|
Sunday, October 14, 2012
Wednesday, October 10, 2012
Monday, October 8, 2012
Inauguration of Mentoring Cell on 27-09-2012
Mentoring is concerned with the personal care of individual students. Today in the age of specialization, mentors have a vital role to play, with a greater quality of psychological assistance in the University Education. The formal inauguration of the 2012 – 13 Mentoring Cell in our college was organized on 27th September 2012. Manager Rev. Dr. Clement Valluvassery inaugurated. College Principal Prof. Harry Cleetus presided over the function. Eminent scholar and well known psychologist Dr. Jayachandran delivered the key nore address. Prof. Jose Prakash of Chemistry Department is acting as the Coordinator for the mentoring cell.
Mentoring at St. Albert’s College is conducted in three stages :
Stage I – Basic Level: Class Tutor himself acts as mentor. The Tutor takes an effort to understand each student in a deeper level. This is an occasion for him to review student’s studies, challenges the student faces and encourage in his accomplishments.
Stage – II Supportive Level: Above the basic level, in each department one or two members of the staff pay more attention to students who are in need of their psychological issues.
Stage – III Core level : For the entire college the mentoring and counseling process is guided by a mentoring cell – a core group consisting of a few members of the staff, who were trained in counseling programme. Mentoring is an inevitable part of University education today. Along with the intellectual growth, the student must acquire emotional maturity in his thoughts and deeds. Mentoring aims the total integration of the person.
Rev. Dr. Clement Valluvassery, College Manager
inaugurates the Mentoring Cell 2012-13
Thursday, October 4, 2012
The Quiz Club of St. Albert’s College and The KSEB Officers Association jointly conducted the Preliminary Session of Power Quiz on 20/09/2012, Thursday at 1.30 PM in Room No.5. About 37 students from different departments attended the Prelims. Joseph Jude (II BA Economics) bagged First Prize and Sharon D’couth (II B A English) got Second Prize. On behalf of K S E B Officers Association, Prof. Harry Cleetus, Principal, St. Albert’s College, EKM distributed the Prizes to winners. Joseph Jude and Sharon D’couth got selected to the District Level competitions.
Power Quiz 2012 - Preliminary Round
Joseph Jude and Sharon D’couth with
College Principal Prof. Harry Cleetus and Lecturers
Monday, September 24, 2012
St. Albert’s College, Kochi has been selected as one of the top 10 colleges in the world working to conserve endangered species, along with global biggies like Imperial College, London., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA and Lasell College, Massachusetts. The list of top colleges of the world was published yesterday by the US based website Bestcolleges.org. St. Albert’s is the only Indian College to feature in the ranking. The selection and ranking of St. Albert’s College was primarily based on the research carried out at its constituent research centre, the Conservation Research Group (CRG), established in 2007. Within a span of five years, CRG has become a leading academic and research centres committed to the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity in the Western Ghats. With grants from, and collaborations with leading international universities, institutes and NGOs including the London Museum of Natural History, IUCN, Conservation International and the New England Aquarium among others, CRGs staff and students have carried out research that has helped generate information and develop methods to support conservation decision-making. Since inception, CRG staff has published more than 40 research papers in leading international journals, which has received more than 100 citations, besides delivering invited presentations in many countries of the world. CRG’s researchers are also contributing to global policy making on nature and natural resources through their involvement with agencies such as the IUCN. In the last one year alone, taxonomists associated with the research center have described four new fish species to science. The research centre routinely hosts many interns and volunteers from across India to work on their academic and research projects.
“When today’s college students were kids, the focus of most of the endangered animal education fell on whales, dolphins, bald eagles, and the rain forests. While some of these species have made strides away from the endangered list in the last 20 years, the list of global endangered species remains long. Luckily many colleges around the world including St. Albert’s College, Kochi are using their knowledge, resources, and student passion for conservationism to protect some of the most at-risk creatures in nature” - www.thebestcolleges.org
Tuesday, August 7, 2012
Monday, August 6, 2012
Felicitating Ashwathy Anilkumar for securing A+ in B.Com Taxation in Mahatma Gandhi University Examination
Hats off to Aswathy : 27,000 students appeared for the UG Examinations of the Mahatma Gandhi University spread over 207 programmes. Only 17 students secured A+ Grade.
Around 3200 appeared for B.Com examinations, only 4 students secured A+ Grade.
Aswathy Anilkumar is one among them. A+ Grade means more than 95% marks. The Department of Commerce and Research Centre of this institution is proud of Aswathy.
Reception to Aswathy was organised in the Archbishop Bernard Hall (Seminar Hall) of the college on 1st August 2012. Cash award by the Dept., P T A and by the Management was given to Aswathy by College Manager Rev. Dr. Clement Valluvasssery.
Rev. Dr. Clement Valluvassery
(Manager St. Albert's College) addressing the gathering
Principal Prof. HArry Cleetus Addressing the gathering
Vice Principal Dr. Cyriac Mathew addressing the gathering
Tanson Berny - Gifted Singer enchanting the function