The College Central Library was established in the year 1983.
The Central Library at present is having about 15000 books.
The departmental libraries are equipped with latest reference books pertaining to various subjects.
The college is also having Book Bank facility for SC and ST students.
Mission & Vision
The Library’s mission is to make its resources available and useful to the staff and students and to sustain and preserve a universal collection of Knowledge and creativity for future generations.
“An inspiring beacon of Lifelong learning, bringing knowledge alive, sparking imagination and creating possibility for a vibrant and a creative Organization.”
Library ensures quality development in education by learning.
Its main aim is to develop Knowledge and interest in the field of study.
To build up the confidence in staff and students in the treasure of knowledge.
To make the staff and students information literates.
User’s satisfaction is the main aim of the Library.
National Service Scheme
Sri. E. Chandra Naidu
Lecturer in Commerce
NSS Program Officer
NSS UNIT - I
Sri. P. Bhanuprakash
Lecturer in Chemistry
NSS Program Officer
NSS UNIT - II
There are 2 NSS units with 100 volunteers in each unit making a total of 200 volunteers for the college.
Objectives: The main objectives of National Service Scheme (NSS) are:
To understand the community in which they work.
To understand themselves in relation to their community.
To identify the needs and problems of the community and involve them in problem-solving.
To develop among themselves a sense of social and civic responsibility.
To utilize their knowledge in finding practical solutions to individual and community problems.
To develop competence required for group-living and sharing of responsibilities.
To gain skills in mobilizing community participation.
To acquire leadership qualities and democratic attitudes.
To develop capacity to meet emergencies and natural disasters.
To practice national integration and social harmony.
NSS Programme Officers: Admission: Students who wish to join NSS should apply to the Programme Officer in the College. Activity: NSS volunteers will have the following activities:
A student enrolled as NSS volunteer will have to put in 120 hours for community work in a year for a period of 2 years.
Each NSS volunteer who joins NSS will undergo an orientation in NSS programme for 20 hours out of 120 hours.
They have to work on Sundays and evenings to complete this target service.
One special camp in a year during vacation.
N.S.S Programmes/Activities conducted: The N.S.S volunteers of the two units involve in the following regular activities every year.
Cleaning of College campus at regular intervals.
Vanam-Manam tree plantation programme in the college premises and the adopted villages.
Observation and Celebration of days of International and National Importance like International Yoga Day, World Environment day, Independence day, Teachers Day, National Unity Day, NSS day, Mahatma Gandhi Jayanthi, World Aids Day, National Voters Day, National Youth Day, Republic Day etc.
NSS orientation programme to the volunteers to get acquainted with the objectives, the motto, NSS symbol, NSS song and NSS activities.
Participation in Janmabhoomi Manavooru Programme in the wards of Palamaner Municipality.
Participation in Blood Donation Camp and Blood Grouping Programme.
Participation in awareness programme on Road Safety Measures.
Participation in cultural activities at University Level and State Level.
Issue of Certificates:
Special Camp Certificates are issued to the volunteers who have been involved in the camp with Programme Coordinator's and Vice Chancellor's signatures.
Bonafide N.S.S. Certificates are given to volunteers who have been involved in general regular N.S.S. for 2 Years
For the volunteers who attend National Integration Camps, Inter State Camps are given University certificate by the organizers of the camp. These certificates are given priority and considered in P.G. admissions.
NATIONAL CADET CORPS 35(A) BN NCC : CHITTOOR
Lt. T. Balaji
Lecturer in Chemistry
Associate NCC Officer(ANO)
The British Government desired to import Army Training to Students of Indian Universities so that they may get good officers for their forces. In view of this they started University Training corps (UTC) which later on during 1925 was changed into university officers training corps.
Considering this and to impart training to youth in future, the Govt. of India appointed a National cadet corps committee during 1946 under the chairmanship of Pandith Hradayanath Kunjru. He submitted a report to parliament in March 1948. The Parliament approved the act and at last NCC came into existence in July 1948, which comes under the ministry of defence. The main aim of the NCC is to develop character, discipline and leadership in all walks of life and always available for the service of the nation.
NCC MOTTO: Unity and Discipline
The NCC was started in A.P in May 1949. In our institution with a strength of 160 cadets, NCC was started in 1998. Sri T. Balaji, is the Care Taking officer for this 193/E Palamaner unit,
S. Venkatesh, II B.A ( HEP) Participated in LRDC Camp at Srikakulam, A.P in 2018
10 Cadets participated NCC Day camp at Secunderabad at 2018.
NCC cadets assisted the police department in various situations in Palamaner.
Aids awareness programmes, Blood donation camps, Free mega health camp, swatch Bharat
and cashless transaction awareness camps are being conducted every year
Tree Plantation programmes and various social programmes are being conducted every year.
Trained NCC students are participating in various camps such as National Integration camps, Army attachment camps, Youth exchange camps, Parade camps and others, these students are being given concessions at the time of job recruitment in Police department, Army and BSF and Paramilitary units, these are also given priority at the time of admissions in to P.G courses and professional courses. Every year NCC 'B' and 'C' certificate holders of our college getting jobs as Constables, Security guards and Home guards.
Collecting of B Certificates
JAWAHAR KNOWLEDGE CENTRE
Dr. G Sridevi
Lecturer in English
The Govt. of Andhra Pradesh initiated Jawahar Knowledge Centres (JKC) in Degree Colleges to help students learn and practice employability skills. These centres aim to provide solution to the problem of unemployment faced by students studying nonprofessional courses in Degree Colleges of AP.
RED RIBBON CLUB
Red Ribbon clubs (RRCs) are envisaged to install among all the students the values of service, develop healthy life styles, and increase access to safe and adequate quantities of blood to all the needy by promotion of regular voluntary blood donation. Apart from this, RRC aims at harnessing the potential of the youth by equipping them with correct information on Mental Health, Substance abuse, Nutrition and reproductive & Sexual health and building their capacities as peer educators in spreading messages on positive health behaviour in an enabling environment.
To reduce new occurrences of HIV infection among youth by raising their risk perception through awareness on HIV prevention methods.
To induce the spirit among youth to help and support people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) thereby reducing stigma and discrimination against PLHWAs.
To motivate youth and build their capacity as peer educators and change agents by developing their skills on leadership, negotiation, and team building.
To promote voluntary blood donation among youth.
ACTIVITIES DURING 2018-19:
Organized AIDS Day on 1st December and created awareness on HIV/AIDS by conducting Rallies, Quiz, Debate and Essay writing competitions.
Organized Lectures on life skills by eminent faculty.
blood donation camp and collected 60 units of blood.