Sponsored by Matrusri Education Society, Estd. 1980 | Affiliated to Osmania University & Recognised by AICTE | EMCET Counselling Code: MVSR

Student Welfare

Higher Education is one of the most important areas in recent public policies. Reason for it we can find in the fact that contemporary welfare states are in crisis. This crisis is caused by demographical and economical changes, aging of population, longer live expectancy and structural changes. Following that changes, contemporary and future society puts focus on new generation of people: high educated and with different skills and abilities to adapt to the flexible market economy. For that reason, educational policy needs to be improved and educational practices should help young people to enter, stay and finish their study. So defined social dimension leads us to the student’s social welfare.

The need for students well-being is also present in educational policy and it is connected with better academic success. Student’s well-being is more used term in educational practice and usually means support from academic stuff and environment, but also is not clear in definition what factors should be included in well-being and mostly exclude policy actions that can help students. In that context, we can find student welfare as a broader term.

 

ANTI RAGGING MEASURES

Ragging essentially is any conduct by any student or students by words or by action that has an effect of teasing, treating or handling with rudeness a fresher causing a sense of shame or torment or humiliation or embarrassment to the student.

MVSR has a zero tolerance towards ragging of any form. Prevention and prohibition of ragging is essentially the responsibility of every educational institution and it is also the obligation of every student of the college. All the students are hereby requested to join hands in creating a ragging free zone and make this institute a better place for learning.

Formation of Anti Ragging Committee:-

  1. An anti-ragging committee consisting of the Principal, Vice principal, senior professors along with the administrative staff has been formed to ensure that the fresher’s are not being pushed to any harassment in the name of ragging.
  2. The anti-ragging squad will conduct Surprise monitors to check the activities of ragging if any and prevent them regularly.
  3. Specific anti-ragging team are set up to go around the campus during working hours of the college daily.
  4. Boards and hoardings are put up around the campus to exhort the students not to indulge in ragging and also indicating there in the names of all the officials and their telephone numbers to be contacted in case of ragging.
  5. Ragging is considered a serious offence and also a disgrace to the student community. It is mandatory to refrain from ragging in any minor or major form whatsoever.
  6. In every single incident of ragging a First Information Report (FIR) will be filed without exception by the institutional authorities with the local police.
  7. If any student is found involved in the act of ragging the institutional authorities will take strict measures against such students which may also include the termination from the course or expulsion from college depending on the gravity of the offence.

 

CULTURAL AND LITERARY ACTIVITIES

The institution has always stood for the right amalgamation of academic and extra-curricular activities.

To foster the cultural talent of the students – A cultural extravaganza SANGAMAM is organized by the college. SANGAMAM is a cultural forum that provides a platform for students who are interested in fine arts, literary events, dramatics, dance, music etc.

The SPANDANA magazine of the college is a reflection of the creativity of the students involved in multifarious activities.

In addition, the college has a music club which is very popular among the students.

Students are encouraged to participate in intercollegiate competitions and annual cultural festivals.

A large number of student’s have participated and won prizes in various cultural and literary activities across the country.

All the students are requested to participate in large numbers in various events for which ample opportunities are provided by the institution.

 

Student services and their quality

Student services are non‑academic factors that influence on student satisfaction and are part of student welfare (and social dimension of education). Student satisfaction we can measure by measuring service quality, while there seems to be positive relationship between the perception of educational services quality and student satisfaction

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