Titus II Teachers College, Tiruvalla, requires all the students enrolled for the Undergraduate and Post Graduate Programmes of Education to act as responsible citizens. Each student is expected to maintain the decorum of a College of Higher Education and be constantly reminded of the fact that they are to shape the future of a Nation by transforming young minds in classrooms with the essential skills all across the globe. From the time of admission the students are automatically placed under the guidelines and are expected to adhere to the Student’s code of conduct, rules, policies and regulations which are specified from time to time. Students are to familiarize themselves with all the policies and procedures which are consistent with the mission and vision of the College.
The Institute shall have the jurisdiction over the conduct of the students associated /enrolled with the Institute and to take cognisance of all acts of misconduct including incidents of ragging or otherwise which are taking place on the Institute campus or in connection with the Institute related activities and functions.
The Institute has a coherent and an effective anti-ragging policy in place which is based on the ‘UGC Regulation on Curbing the Menace of Ragging in Higher Educational Institutions, 2009 hereinafter referred to as the ‘UGC Regulations’]’.The UGC Regulations have been framed in view of the directions issued by the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India to prevent and prohibit ragging in all Indian Educational Institutions and Colleges. The said UGC Regulations shall apply mutatis mutandis to the Institute and the students are requested kindly to follow the same. Ragging constitutes one or more of the following acts:
Anti-Ragging Cell is constituted to remind students the consequences of ragging come out with recommendation based on the nature of the incident. Orientation programmes are conducted to create awareness for students and parents in the First semester and before the commencement of the academic year.Notice - Curbing Menace of Ragging in Institutions
The college prohibits unauthorized use, possession, manufacturing or distribution of illegal drugs, controlled substances, narcotics, or alcoholic beverages or being under the unauthorized influence of the same on campus. Prohibited conduct includes the use of a prescription drug if the prescription was not issued to the student, and sniffing toxic vapors.
The anti-narcotic cell of the college has been constituted to ensure a drug- free campus by imposing a total ban on the possession, consumption or use of drugs and alcohol by staff or students of the college, within or outside the campus/hostels. The major objectives of this club is to ensure a drug free campus and to engage the students in anti- narcotic activities and to motivate them to become volunteers of anti-narcotic activities in their life. The duties of the anti-narcotic cell include organizing awareness programmes in the college and hostels with the help of government authorized agencies/ organizations and also educating the students about the ill-effects of narcotic products.Anti-Narcotic Awareness Rally
|1||Dr. Anita Mathai||Chairperson/Principal, Titus II Teachers College|
|2||Dr.Suramya Mathai||Co-Ordinator/Assistant Professor, Titus II Teachers College|
|3||Tomin John Johnson||Committee Member/Student|
|4||Gibina Jacob||Committee Member/Student|
|5||Sabin Mathews||Committee Member/Student|
|6||Sethulakshmi S||Committee Member/Student|
|7||Anju Elizabeth Antony||Committee Member/Student|
|8||Ashish Varghese||Committee Member/Student|
The Grievance Redressal Cell is an initiative taken by the University Grants Commission that facilitates students / complainants to lodge his or her grievance, send reminder and view status on action taken with regard to their grievance(s). The College has constituted a Grievance Redressal Cell in tune with the UGC instructions. The basic aim of the cell is to ensure transparency in admissions, prevent unfair practices in the institution and provide a mechanism for redressal of the grievances of the staff and students.
The College values the feedback given by students, staff and stakeholders that improve the teaching learning scenario and provides a safe and healthy environment for interaction. Every grievance that comes to our notice either orally or in writing are treated with utmost urgency depending on the complaint to be addressed.
The aggrieved person is free to place his/her grievance in a Grievance Redressal box which is locked. The box is checked daily and grievances if any, are discussed in the grievance redressal committee. Actions that can be taken immediately is done so without delay. The name of the student who places a complaint is never disclosed unless of course required by the learner himself or herself.
Students can also send their grievances through mail.
Staff Representative: Dr. Sunila Thomas, Associate Professor
The discipline committee comprises the Principal, and two to three senior faculty members, representative of the Administrative staff, and student representative. The general behavior of students is monitored, and misbehavior, if any, is notified to students. The Discipline committee meets regularly to discuss and implement corrective actions as and when required.