Perspective Plan

Current Status of college

An in-depth analysis of the activities of the Institute helped in generating a comprehensive understanding of its strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. These were prioritized as follows:

Institutional Strengths

  • The first Arts, Science, and Commerce Women’s College in Malappuram District.
  • A minority institution in a backward area providing excellence in education meant for the empowerment of Muslim women in particular.
  • Panoramic location with excellent infrastructure with well-equipped laboratories.
  • Transparency in admission and staff appointment process.
  • Good academic record and extracurricular achievements.
  • Scholarships under different schemes for a large number of students.
  • Strike free and drug free campus 8. Eco-friendly campus maintained through plastic ban.
  • Women empowerment and self-defence programmes.
  • Residential facility for students and staff.
  • Highly committed and co-operative PTA, local governance and well-wishers.
  • Non-Residential Student Centre and a neat and clean canteen.
  • Open and free fitness centre.
  • Conduct of National and International seminars and workshops.
  • Local chapter of NPTEL.
  • 5 star accredited ASAP of Kerala Higher Education
  • Library with internet availability.
  • Regular winners of university arts competitions.
  • Support from funding agencies.
  • Staff club promoting personal and professional ties.
  • Empowerment possibilities through various forums.
  • Instrumental in creating awareness in educational and professional opportunities for women to live more dignified and independent lives.
  • A platform for qualified, committed group of experienced hands to share their conventional and gained wisdom with the young promising minds of the district.
  • State of the art library with collection of rare and latest publications, as a creative, informative forum enhancing student experience.
  • Spacious campus that can accommodate creative expansion
  • Politically, culturally strong and influential management team with renowned director.

Institutional Weaknesses

  • Lack of public conveyance to the college.
  • Low percentage enrolment in national workforce owing to cultural or religion or familial inhibitions or restrictions.
  • Limited research departments owing to university or state regulations.
  • Research options, professional development or training programmes inadequate in general and for budding teachers or guest lecturers in particular.
  • Low chances of vocational training programmes to the students.
  • Meagre tie ups with industries or research centres.

 Institutional Challenge 

  • Early marriages in the community hampering serious academic pursuits among students.
  • Growing focus on quantity of enrolment rather than quality.
  • Challenges in effective management of many promising initiatives caused by delays from the regulatory end (eg. SSP, WWS – delayed intimations, delayed admission procedures)
  • Curricular and other obligations hampering research aspirations of faculty.
  • Heavy demands by the CBCSS not allowing desired space and time for proposed programmes socially and personally beneficial for the students.

Institutional Opportunity 

  • There are chances for promotions of needed courses by using outsource funding.
  • Sign agreement and MOU with multinational companies for sharing of resource.
  • Start of need based programmes in food processing or cuisine management.
  • Women students are supposed to accompany their spouses abroad, as part of marketing the programmes.
  • Make the programmes cost effective by way of job on training or service in courses.
  • Commencement of day care centre, retiring rooms in large scale is effective.
  • More basic science programmes to be introduced so as to provide more options for interested students in the absence of which many are forced to opt subjects outside their interest.
  • Research profile of staff may be enhanced through supportive mechanisms.
  • Encourage Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC).
  • An effective day care centre facility to support young mothers who wish to continue their studies.
  • Training in mechanical or technical jobs like hardware maintenance, two wheeler repair, mobile repairs, bending website or blog, etc. to equip students for entrepreneurial ventures for women.

Five-Year Perspective Plan

While preparing the present perspective plan, the K.A.H.M Unity Women’s College has considered following main objectives:

  • NAAC-the observer of quality bench marking in higher education
  • Vision and Mission Statement of Our College.
  • Quality Policy of the College

Objectives of Perspective Plan

Korambayil Ahamed Haji Memorial Unity Women’s College strives to make young girls ‘the change’ they wish to see in the society. Empowering students is hence a crucial element of our vision with the belief that each one is a leader and an agent towards societal change. Egalitarianism demands awareness and action, which necessitates the responsibility of providing the best through classrooms and the academic and social exposures, along with opportunities and guidance to act where necessary. It is this dual responsibility that sharpens the vision of Korambayil Ahamed Haji Memorial Unity Women’s College, the execution of which is impossible without strong rapport and collaboration with other academic and social establishments outside the institution.

The college envisages larger framework through the perspective plan as follows:

  • To uphold continuously good academic performance
  • To inculcate learner centric and effective teaching learning process
  • To ensure transparency and credibility in the process of students’ evaluation
  • To develop a comprehensive system of student mentoring and student support
  • To take care of horizontal and vertical up gradation of students considering the limits of time and expectations
  • To create a research culture in faculty and students.
  • To launch value added and skills development programmes improving the employability of students
  • To motivate students for self-employment and to enable them to emerge as entrepreneurs
  • To involve a friendly, efficient and flawless administrative set up ensuring a smooth day to day functioning
  • To empower faculty about emerging trend in their profession for academic advancement.

Teaching Learning Plan

  • Development of more smart class
  • Extensive use of online Teaching and Learning resources.
  • More MoUs with other Institutions
  • Start additional PG Programmes.
  • Strengthen Library by adding with more books and e- journals by providing additional space to the Library.
  • Conducting Academic & Professional enchantment programmes.
  • Strengthen of the use of ICT and enhancement of the tools in Teaching Learning processes.
  • Develop Virtual and Digital Classrooms.
  • Motivate faculty members for research work
  • More focus on students’ welfare activity like Career counselling and guidance centre, Training in competitive examinations, Earn and Learn’ schemes for students, Orientation program and skill training etc.
  • Students will be asked to enrol for free courses on Coursera/Edx/NPTEL/ACADS/SWAYAM.

Research and Development Plan

  • Educational linkages in terms of more MoU with premier institutions and take up collaborative research projects
  • Set up research department
  • Promotion of publication in indexed research journals
  • Promote faculty members to have at least one book publication each year
  • Conduct more International Level seminars and Workshops.
  • Enhance the research aptitude of teachers and students
  • Submit Proposal for the provision of seed money for the research
  • Involve more faculty members and students in research activity.
  • Enhance Entrepreneurship, job skills to ensure placement.
  • Teachers will be motivated to prepare research projects proposals to submit to the funding agencies

Community Engagement Plan

  • Introduce community service into curriculum of UG programme with credits
  • Adoption of more Villages for community programme
  • Assist government and local bodies in Community projects.
  • Implement extra-curricular and other activities through N.S.S. and N.C.C etc. to develop the spirit among students to serve the community.
  • Engagement of college with local bodies

Industry Interaction Plan

  • Invite Industry experts for motivating students and provide practical knowledge
  • Strengthen Campus placement and training facility by making more industry linkages
  • Promote student to work on real projects for industries