The SC/ST Monitoring Cell is a committee that was established by St. Joseph College of Teacher Education for Women, Ernakulam to ensure that the college is complying with all of the government’s policies and regulations regarding the admission, retention, and progress of Scheduled Caste (SC) and Scheduled Tribe (ST) students. The cell is also responsible for providing support services to SC/ST students, such as scholarships, counseling, and remedial classes.
Objectives of the Cell
The objectives of the SC/ST Monitoring Cell are to:
- Ensure that SC/ST students are admitted to the college in accordance with the government’s reservation policy.
- Provide support services to SC/ST students to help them succeed in their studies.
- Monitor the progress of SC/ST students and take action to address any problems that they may be facing.
Composition of the Cell
The SC/ST Monitoring Cell is composed of the following members:
- The Principal of the college
- The Vice-Principal of the college
- A representative of the SC/ST students
- A representative of the faculty
- A representative of the staff
Functions of the Cell
The functions of the SC/ST Monitoring Cell are to:
- Collect and maintain data on the number of SC/ST students admitted to, enrolled in, and graduated from the college.
- Conduct regular meetings to discuss the progress of SC/ST students and to identify any problems that they may be facing.
- Take action to address any problems that are identified, such as providing additional support services to SC/ST students.
- Submit reports to the government on the status of SC/ST students in the college.