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  MCA PROGRAMME
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 Name of the Institution  Name & Address of the Director  Name of the Affiliating University

St. Joseph’s PG College,
5-9-1106, King Koti Road,
Hyderabad – 500 029
Andhra Pradesh, India.


Rev. Fr. Dr. V. K. Swamy
5-9-1106, King Koti Road,
Hyderabad – 500 029
Andhra Pradesh, India.

Osmania University,
Hyderabad- 500 007.
Andhra Pradesh, India
Tel. : + 91 - 040-23234860, 23231769
Fax : + 91 - 040 - 23230569
E-Mail :
Tel. : + 91 - 040 - 23242600
Fax : + 91 - 040 - 23230569
E-Mail :
 
 
  Governance

    Members of the Board and their brief background.

  Governing Body Members of HAES
 
Sl.No. Name Designation
1. Most Rev. Dr. M. Joji Chairman & General Manager
Archbishop of Hyderabad
  An Ordained Priest for the last 37 years served as Bishop of Khammam and Archbishop of Vijayawada. Currently the Archbishop of Hyderabad and Chairman of Hyderabad Archdiocese Educational Society
2. Msgr. Thumma Solomon Vice-Chairman - I & Dy. Gen. Manager
(Ad tempus)
Archdiocese of Hyderabad
3. Rev. Fr. Dr. V. K. Swamy
Secretary/Principal,
St.Joseph's PG College,
King Koti Road, Hyderabad – 29
Secretary
 

An Ordained Priest for the last 27 years served as the Principal of St. Joseph's Junior College. He is the dynamic Principal of St.Joseph's PG College ever since inception 1998. He is a bright postgraduate in Mathematics and a Doctorate in Education. He also holds qualification in Computer Application and Management studies. He is also the Secretary of Hyderabad Archdiocese Educational Society

4. Fr. S. Bernard
Principal,
St. Joseph's High School, Tirmulgherry,Sec'bad, AP
An Ordained Priest
Joint Secretary
5. Rev. Fr. G. Louis
Principal,
St. Mary’s Degree College, Sec’bad, AP
An Ordained Priest
Treasurer
6. Fr. Marneni Arogyam
Principal,
St. Ignatius High School,
Gagilapuram, AP
An Ordained Priest
Member
7. Fr. G. Sunder Reddy
Correspondent,
St. Mark’s High School, Tandur, AP
An Ordained Priest
Member
8. Fr. Mallavarapu Sunder Rao
Parish Priest, Our Lady of Health Church ,
Khairathabad, AP
An Ordained Priest
Member
9. Fr. Yeruva Balashowreddy
Principal, Sacred Heart High School,
S. Lallaguda, Sec'bad, AP
An Ordained Priest
Member
 
 Members of the Academic Advisory Body.
 
  Academic Advisory Committee Members
 
S. No. Name Designation
1. MOST REV. Dr. M. JOJI
Archbishop of Hyderabad
Chairman & General Manager – HAES
2. Msgr. Thumma Solomon
Vicar General of Archdiocese of Hyderabad
Vice – Chairman – II & Dy. Gen. Manager
(Ad tempus)
3. Rev. Fr. Dr. V. K. SWAMY 
Secretary / Principal,
St.Joseph's PG College,
King Koti Road, Hyderabad - 29     
Secretary - HAES
4. Rev. Fr. G. LOUIS
Treasurer - HAES,
Principal, St. Mary's Degree College
An Ordained Priest
Member
5. Rev. Fr. FRANCIS XAVIER, sj
Principal
Loyola Academy Degree & PG College
An Ordained Priest
Member
6. Brig. SATISH BAHUGUNA
Management Consultant
Satyam Learning Centre
Member
7. Mr. SCOTT G SMITH
Tax Operations Leader – Deloitte
Member
8. Mr. SHAKTI SAGAR
Managing Director – ADP (I) Ltd.
Member
9. Mr. SUJIV NAIR
Associate Vice-President
HR – E.I.Dupont India Private Limited
Member
10. Mrs. ARUNA BAHUGUNA, IPS
Additional DGP – Fire Services
Member
11. Mr. VIJAY KUMAR
Director, MCME – Development Institute
Member
12. Prof. D. OBUL REDDY
Prof. of Commerce (Retd.)
Dean, Apollo Inst. of Hospital Administration
Member
13. Prof. A. VENU GOPAL REDDY
Principal, University College of Engg,
Osmania University.
Member
14. Prof. A. VIDHYADHAR REDDY
Head, Dept. of Management Studies,
Osmania University.
Member
15. Prof. C. RAGHAVENDRA
Prof., Dept. of Computer Science,
Hyderabad Central University
Member
16. Prof. V. VENKATRAMANA
Dean, Dept. of Business Management,
Hyderabad Central University.
Member
17. Prof. S. RAMA CHANDRAN
Head, Dept. of Computer Science & Engg.,
Osmania
University.
Member
18. Prof. S. V. SATYANARAYANA
Prof., Dept. of Mathematics,
Osmania University
Member
19. Prof. K. SATYANARAYANA
Prof., Dept. of Mathematics,
Osmania University
Member
20. Mrs. KINNARA MURTHY
Prof., Administrative Staff College, Hyd.
Member
21. Dr. M. LAKSHMIPATHI RAO
Head, Dept. Of Physics,
Osmania University
Member
22. Prof. K. MALLA REDDY
Director, St. Joseph’s PG College
Member
22. Mr RAM KUMAR
Alumni, St. Joseph’s PG College  
Member
 

    Frequency of the Board Meetings and Academic Advisory Body –  Quarterly and Annually respectively

  Organizational chart and processes
 
 
  Organizational Processes
 
 Academic Processes
Teaching Learning Process
Seminars,Guest & Extension        Lectures
Beyond curriculum activities
Co-Curricular activities like Quiz, GD,    Book Review etc.
Case studies
Role play
On-line test
Attendance, Discipline & Punctuality    /     Regularity
Continuous Evaluation & Remedial     Actions
Library & Information Services
Computer Lab Services
24 Hr. Internet Service – (1 Mbps)
Online CBTs & CBEs
Project Development Cell / Activities
 
 
 Non-Academic Processes
Admissions Process
Accounts – Fees & General    Administration
Fee Concessions &    Scholarships
End Term University
   Examination Process
Inspection & Legal    Compliance
Salary Administration
Development, Construction
   & Maintenance
Security & Student Welfare /    Relations
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Value Addition Processes
Personality Development
Communications & Soft Skills
Simulation Exercises for experiential learning
Value focused decision making exercises
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Know Yourself
Social Responsibilities – Josephites    Service Society (JSS)
National Service Society - NSS
All India Catholic Colleges    Universities     Federation – Social Service
Value Education & Character Building
 
 
Personal / Academic Counselling & Guidance
Aptitude & Attitude guidance
   through psychology sessions
Job Counseling
Correctional Measures
 
 
 
 
 
 Placement Assistance
Pre-placement activities
Campus Recruitment
Referrals
Summer Internships and
    project placements
Non curricular Mini projects 
   and Market urveys
 
NATIONAL LEVEL IT SEMINAR – ANVESHANA 09 (EXPLORING THE UNKNOWN)

An IT meet was organized by our Institution on 14th March 2009 for helping the worried students in obtaining better jobs and prosperous future, during the period of recession.

The following topics were discussed:

Prof. S. Ramachandram, Head, Dept of CSE, OU -                        “Grid & Cluster Computing”

Prof. Y. K. Sundara Krishna, Head, Dept. of CS, SKIT -               “4G Wireless System”

Mr. Naveen Gayaru, Project Associate, Cognizant -                      “Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)”

Mr. Ravi Kumar M.,   -                                                                     “Digital Image Processing”

Mr. G. Shalem Raj   -                                                                        “Cyber Terrorism”

 
PROJECT AWARENESS PROGRAM

A one-day project awareness programme was conducted by the team from iAdvansys Ltd. For MCA III year students to provide insights so as to bridge the gap between industrial real time approach and the academic approach of pursuing a project.

 
 WORKSHOPS

 

Resource Person:                                                     Topic                                                                   Conducted on

Rev. Fr. Thainese,                                                   System Analysis, DFD’s & ER Diagrams         16.09.2008
Andhra Loyola College, Vijayawada

Mr. Prasad,                                                              Red Hat Linux Operating System                      22.09.2008 &
IIHT, Hyderabad                                                                                                                                   23.09.2008

Mr. A. Ranveer Yadav                                           Networking and Hardware                                   29.11.2008
Net Enrich Technologies, Hyderabad

Team, Trendt Works, Hyderabad                         Entrepreneurship Programme on Web Design    23.02.2009
 
 
 
Nature and Extent of involvement of faculty and students in academic affairs/improvements.

  Extensive and intensive Teaching Learning Process with alternative modes of pedagogy.

Mentoring and Team Building exercises – establishing one to one faculty student interaction
    and promoting peer group learning.

Project mode of Education focused on relevant exposure and real time understanding of industry needs.

One to one guidance and academic counseling as to the subject content and remedial needs.

 
Mechanism/Norms & Procedure for democratic/good Governance

 
We have a Faculty Manual which gives guidelines about various do’s & don’ts / procedures for implementation of processes.

We have a semester plan which takes care of Objectives, Man-power planning, Subject allocation, Work- load, Time – Table, Scheme of Assignments, Unit Test, events.

We also have a unique online Student Information System having modules on Attendance, Examination & Marks Entry,  generating a host of customized reports for all student, Faculty and  Management needs. It is an intranet web based application, which can be accessed  by Students, Faculty and Managementneeds.

There is a suggestion box, which offers direct transparent access to the Head of the Institution.

In case of serious grievances they are transferred to Grievance Redress committee.

 
Student Feedback on Institutional Governance/faculty performance Encl. No. 2

 
Grievance redressal mechanism for faculty, staff and students

  With many transparent and democratic systems of governance the Management fosters excellent inter personal relations among students and faculty. However, in case of grievances there is a redressal mechanism in the form of the following committees.

 
Student Welfare Committee consists of one member of Faculty and two senior students.

Inter Departmental Faculty Relations Committee with one member from each Department and the vice- Principal as the Committee Chair-person.

Disciplinary Committee of the College headed by the Principal to go into serious show cause matters and other disciplinary proceedings.
 
  Programmes
 
  Name of the Programmes approved by the AICTE   MCA
  Name of the Programmes accredited by the AICTE
  NA
  For each Programme the following details are to be given
  Name   MCA
  Number of seats   60
  Duration   3 Years
  Cut off mark/rank for admission during the last three years   50%
  Fee   Rs. 26, 700/-
  Placement Facilities  

Our college has a separate placement cell headed by Dr (capt.) Joseph Vidyasagar with Mrs. Kiran Jyothi as a coordinator from the department of Computer Science.

We have a full-fledged office with Internet facilities. We do maintain full record of all the placement activities held in the campus. Freshers on the day of their interview do meet the placement officer to get briefings about the placement activities and they are also briefed about their responsibilities in getting placed hrough the placement cell. On the day of their orientation the students are formally introduced to the placement officer who in turn briefs them about the placements activities and expectation of the companies who come for the campus selection for the students. We do have guest lectures by the dignitaries from the reputed software companies to say few
  1. Sierra Atlantic

  2. Tata Consultancy Services

  3. Wipro – efforts are on to leis with Tech Mahendra and Mahendra Satyam to share their technical knowledge with our students.
  These dignitaries talk more about the latest trend in the IT industry and the industry’s expectation from the students.

 
  Pre-placement Activities
 

Soft skills for employability is given by the Dept. of Counselling in liaison with the Dept. of English.

 

Topics                                                                                   Resource Person


Personality Development and Interview Skills                  Mr. M. S. Rao, Manager, Business Standard Ltd.

Career Counseling                                                               Mr. Yamini Wesley & Mrs. Kamala,
                                                                                              Counselors, St. Joseph’s College

Oracle Introductory Programme                                         Team from Oracle

Online Exam                                                                         Jawaharlal Knowledge Centre in
                                                                                               collaboration with our College

 

We do facilitate students in getting live projects in reputed companies.The Management started a consultancy service “St. Joseph’s Consultancy Services” which provide

  1. Software, Hardware & Network Solutions

  2. Web hosting services

  3. Promoting our in house Software Products (SiS, CKM)
The Consultancy provides a project placement opportunity to our students by giving them industry exposure and promoting real time understanding of industry needs. It is actually an ‘Open Skill Enhancement Employability Improvement Scheme’ coupled with project mode of education.

Our constant Aim and vision is to mould our students so well that they can face any selection process with at most ease and prove to be acceptable lot for the companies. In this period of Global recession in the IT Sector majority of the IT Companies could not be approached.

  1. Wipro

  2. Infosys Technologies Ltd.

  3. Tata Consultancy Services.

  4. Fedral Bank

  5. Polo Soft

  6. Mind & Tech Software

However our students have opted to pursue higher studies in foreign countries. Efforts are on in inviting IT giants like Infosys, Tata Consultancy, Cognizant, Wipro, and Semantic Space to visit our campus for selection. We have a silver line this year in our placements since banking sector showed interest in recruiting our students as probationary officers.

We are very happy to know that our sincere efforts are paying good dividend by placing our students in reputed companies.

 
     Campus placement in last three years with minimum salary, maximum salary and average salary
  Year   No. placed   Salary
Minimum Maximum Average
2006 – 2007
22/37
18,000
20,000
19,000
2007 – 2008
18/30
20,000
33,000
26,000
2008 – 2009
08/40
15,000
21,000
18,000
 
     Name and duration of programme(s) having affiliation/collaboration with Foreign University(s) / Institution(s) and being run in the same Campus along with status of their AICTE approval. If there is foreign collaboration, give the following details:
 
 Faculty
 Branch wise list faculty members: - List Enclosed – Encl. No. 1  
 Permanent Faculty  13
 Visiting Faculty  01
 Adjunct Faculty  NIL
 Guest Faculty  06
 Permanent Faculty: Student Ratio  1: 15
 
     Number of faculty employed and left during the last three years
  Year   No. Employed   No. Left
  2009 - 2010
  13   -
  2008- 2009   12   -
  2007 - 2008   12   3
 
     PROFILE OF DIRECTOR/PRINCIPAL WITH QUALIFICATIONS, TOTAL EXPERIENCE, AGE AND DURATION OF
        EMPLOYMENT AT THE INSTITUTE CONCERNED

  PROFILE OF PRINICPAL
 
  Name             V. Kulandai Samy
  Date of Birth
  21-05-1952
  Educational Qualification     M.Sc (Maths), M.Ed,  M.Phil, PGDCA, Ph.D., M.B.A. MPhil
  Work Experience   Teaching - 16 years

  Research - 4 years

  Industry -

  Others - 2 years
  Area of Specialization   MIS , E-Commerce
  Subjects teaching     at Post Graduate Level : MIS Change Management

  Research Guidance

  No. of papers published in Masters's - National   Journals
  Ph.D. - International Journals - Conferences

  -
  Projects carried out   -
  Patents   -
  Technology Transfer   -
  Research Publications   -
  No.of Books published with details   -
 
  Fee
 
 

  Details of fee, as approved by State fee Committee, for the Institution. – Rs.26, 700/-

  Time schedule for payment of fee for the entire programme. - Annually (Year-Wise)

  No. of Fee waivers granted with amount and name of students.

Sl. No.                   Name                                                     Class                  Amount (Rs.)
           1                  Prudhvi Krishna Verma                     MCA II                  10, 000/-
           2                  Surya Nalini                                        MCA II                  15, 000/-
           3                  Tenzin                                                  MCA III                10, 000/-
           4                  Kamlesh Jain                                      MCA III                10, 000/-
           5                  K. Archana                                          MCA III                8, 000/-
           6                  Jayesh Jawahar                                  MCA III                5, 000/-

  Number of scholarship offered by the institute, duration and amount.

  Criteria for fee waivers/scholarship. – Economic Background

  Estimated cost of boarding and Lodging in Hostels. – NA –

 
  Admission
 
   Number of seats sanctioned with the year of approval. – 30 Seats in the 1999 – Enclosed

    Number of students admitted under various categories each year in the last three years
 
Year OU Counselling Students Management
Students
2006 – 2007 48 12
2007 – 2008 45 15
2008 – 2009
45
04
 
 
    Number of applications received during last two years for admission under Management Quota and
        number admitted.
 
Year No. of Applications Received No. Admitted
2007 – 2008
50 (Only Management Seats)
15
2008 – 2009
 40 (Only Management Seats)

05

 
  Admission Procedure
 
Mention the admission test being followed, name and address of the Test Agency and its URL (website). – I-CET 2009 (Integrated Common Entrance Test) – Conducted by APSCHE and AP Universities in Rotation
Number of seats allotted to different Test Qualified candidates separately [AIMCET/CET (State conducted test/University tests)/Association conducted test]. – I-CET = 100% (Mandatory Requirement of I-CET)
Calendar for admission against management/vacant seats
Last date for request for applications 15.07.2009
Last date for submission of application 20.07.2009
Dates for announcing final results 25.07.2009
Release of admission list (main list and waiting list should be announced on the same day)
27.07.2009
Date for acceptance by the candidate (time given should in no case be less than 15 days)
12.08.2009
Last date for closing of admission 21.08.2009
Starting of the Academic session 24.08.2009
The waiting list should be activated only on the expiry of date of main list.
The policy of refund of the fee, in case of withdrawal, should be clearly notified.
 
  CRITERIA AND WEIGHTAGES FOR ADMISSION

   
Describe each criteria with its respective weightages i.e. Admission Test, marks in qualifying
        examination etc.

   For 75 % Counseling Seats: - Allotted by the Convenor of the CET

  For 25% Management Seats: -
 
   
  a. 50% in Graduation

b. Preference is given to I-CET ranking

c. Performance in Interview & GD


   
Mention the minimum level of acceptance, if any. – Qualifying marks in I-CET and Compliance of
        University / APSCHE Norms.

    Mention the cut-off levels of percentage & percentile scores of the candidates in the admission test for
         the last three years.

 
  Year   Cut off Percentage
2005 - 2006
55%
2006 - 2007
55%
2007 - 2008
55%
 
    Describe each criteria with its respective weightages i.e. Admission Test, marks in qualifying
        examination etc.

  APPLICATION FORM
    Downloadable application form, with online submission possibilities.
 
  LIST OF APPLICANTS
    List of candidates whose applications have been received along with percentile/percentage score for
        each of the qualifying examination in separate categories for open seats. List of candidates who have
        applied along with percentage and percentile score for Management quota seats.
 
  RESULTS OF ADMISSION UNDER MANAGEMENT SEATS/VACANT SEATS

   
Composition of selection team for admission under Management Quota with the brief profiles of
        members. (This information be made available in the public domain after the admission process is over)

    Score of the individual candidates admitted arranged in order of merit.

    List of candidates who have been offered admission.

    Waiting list of the candidates in order of merit to be operative from the last date of joining of the first list candidates.

    List of the candidates who joined within the date, vacancy position in each category before operation of waiting list
 
  INFORMATION ON INFRASTRUCTURE AND OTHER RESOURCES AVAILABLE LIBRARY

    
  Number of Library books/Titles/Journals available (programme-wise)

       List of online National/International Journals subscribed.

       E-Library facilities
 
  LABORATORY

      
For each Laboratory

       List of Major Equipment/Facilities

      List of Experimental Setup
 
  COMPUTING FACILITIES

      
Number and Configuration of Systems

      Total number of systems connected by LAN

      Total number of systems connected to WAN

      Internet bandwidth

      Major software packages available

      Special purpose facilities available

      Games and Sports Facilities

      Extra Curriculum Activities

      Soft Skill Development Facilities

      Number of Classrooms and size of each

      Number of Tutorial rooms and size of each

      Number of laboratories and size of each

      Number of drawing halls and size of each

      Number of Computer Centres with capacity of each

      Central Examination Facility, Number of rooms and capacity of each.

      Teaching Learning process

      Curricula and syllabi for each of the programmes as approved by the University

      Academic Calendar of the University

      Academic Time Table

      Teaching Load of each Faculty

      Internal Continuous Evaluation System and place

      Students' assessment of Faculty, System in place
 

Note: Suppression and/or misrepresentation of information would attract appropriate penal action.

 
  Faculty Details
 
Name
of the
Course
Sl.
No.
Name(s) of the Teaching Faculty

Designation  (Lecturer/ Asst. Professor/ Professor)

Qualifications with
field of specialization
with class / division of passing
Date of Birth

Experience
a) Teaching
b) Industry
c) research

Date of Joining the Institution Gross total salary as on date with
scale & Basic pay
PAN Num
ber
P.F. A/c No.
UG PG Doctorate a b c
PG
Level
-
MCA                      
 1.
 Fr. Dr V K  Swamy
Principal   M Sc, MEd, M.Phil MBAPGDCA Ph.D 21.05.52 24     April 97
Rs. 40262/-  16400 –22400  Rs. 24930/-
   
 2.
 Prof. K.  Malla Reddy
Director  

MA
M.Phil.

Ph.D 18.05.46 38     18.07.2007
Rs. 35598/- 16400 – 22400 Rs 16850/-
   
 3.
 Mr.Joseph  Raja  Kumar
Associate Prof   MCA,
M Phil
- 10.03.63 6     01.02.07
Rs. 24373/- 12000 – 18300 Rs. 13260/-
   
 4.
 Mr. Inna  Reddy
Associate Prof   MCA, NET - 22.04.76 7     11.08.07
Rs. 23609/-12000 – 18300 Rs. 12840/-
   
 5.
 Mrs.Kiran  Jyothi
Associate Prof   MCA - 02.02.78 6     01.05.09
Rs. 22967/-12000-18300 Rs. 12840/-
   
 6.
 Mr. M. S.  Ramesh
Associate Prof   M.Sc., MPhil. - 25.04.63 16     01.05.09
Rs. 25197/-12000 – 18300 Rs. 14100/-
   
7.
 Ms.  Sumayyah  Fatima
Assistant Prof.   MCA   17.12.82 3     11.08.07
Rs. 16347/-8000 – 13500 Rs. 9100/-
   
8.
Mrs.Esther  Ratna
Assistant Prof.   MSc.,M.Phil - 18.10.77 5     11.08.07
Rs. 18105/-8000 – 13500 Rs. 9925/-
   
 9.
 Mrs. B. Suchitra Devi
Assistant Prof.   MSc. - 06.06.82 2     18.12.08
Rs. 11999/-8000-13500   Rs. 9925/-
   
10.
 Mrs. Jayashree
Assistant Prof.   MCA - 07.05.84 1     03.06.09
Rs. 8560/-8000-13500   Rs. 8000/-
   
11.
 Ms. Bindu Madavi
Assistant Prof.   MCA - 22.12.84 1     03.06.09

Rs. 8560/-

8000 – 13500 Rs. 8000/-

   
12.
 Mr. Satyanarayana
Assistant Prof.  

MCA

- 10.05.82 1     03.06.09

Rs. 8560/-

8000 – 13500 Rs. 8000/-

   
13.
 Mrs. B. Leelavathi
Assistant Prof.   B.Tech. - 05.02.85 1     24.08.09

Rs. 9500/-

8000 – 13500 Rs. 8000/-

   
 
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