NAAC Peerteam visit is scheduled from 2024-06-13 to 2024-06-14

 

St. Joseph College of Teacher Education for Women in Ernakulam has a dedicated Minority Cell aimed at supporting and addressing the needs of minority students. The institution, managed by the Carmelite Nuns of Vimala Province of the Congregation of Mother of Carmel (CMC), places a strong emphasis on inclusive education and holistic development.The Minority Cell at St. Joseph College of Teacher Education for Women ensures that minority students receive necessary guidance and support in their academic and personal development. This cell works alongside other statutory bodies within the college, such as the SC/ST Monitoring Cell, OBC Cell, and the Internal Complaints Committee, to create a supportive and equitable educational environment.​

Members:
 Principal/Chairperson
 Vice Principal
 Manager
 Faculty Member (2)
 Student Representative.
Objective
To foster a sense of belonging and inclusivity among students from minority
communities.
Functions
1. Ensuring fair representation of minority students in admissions,
scholarships, and other opportunities.
2. Organizing events, workshops, and programs that celebrate diversity
and promote understanding among students of different backgrounds.
3. Offering support services to help minority students overcome academic,
social, or personal challenges.
4. Providing information and assistance to minority students regarding
available scholarships, grants, and financial aid opportunities.
Term: The Minority Cell reconstituted every three years.
Meeting: The Minority Cell assembles once in a year.