The examination cell at IIIC is formed for conducting examinations with the desired degree of credibility, uniformity and transparency with a well-defined element of accountability. The prime responsibility of Examination Cell is to conduct the examinations in a fair and systematic manner under the direction of the Director, IIIC.
Objectives of Exam Cell
- To co-ordinate with the authorities of IIIC and to ensure that examinations are conducted with the desired degree of credibility, uniformity and transparency.
- To set the examination policies and examination code of conduct.
- To maintain records of all pre and post examination activities, tabulation ,analysis and publication of results thereof.
- To encourage and train the students to follow the examination code of conduct and disciplinary rules, discourage & prevent aberrant behaviour to ensure discipline & sanctity of the examination system.
- To monitor the quality of assessments with the help of Internal Quality Assurance Committee (IQAC).
Examination Cell Core Committee
|1||Cdr. Vinod Sankar||Deputy Director||Internal Quality Assurance Committee Head|
|2||Prof. Resmi V Kumar||Assistant Professor||Controller of Examination|
|3||Prof. Anupa S||Assistant Professor||Internal Quality Assurance committee member|
|4||Prof. Anjana Anand||Assistant Professor||Exam cell member|
|5||Prof. Anju Ajay||Assistant Professor||Exam cell member|
|6||Ms. Akhila S||Lecturer||Exam cell member|
|7||Mr. Rajeev Raju Achary||Lecturer||Exam cell member|
|8||Ms. Anju Mohan||Lecturer||Exam cell member|
|9||Mr. Jayan B||Lecturer||Exam cell member|
Broad Responsibilities of the Committee
- To prepare annual calendar for formative assessment of all courses at the beginning of each academic year.
- To prepare circulars for students regarding exam fee collection, the last date of fee payment, modalities of fine payment etc.
- To conduct various notified examinations scrupulously following the schedule, as laid down in the examination policy guidelines.
- To ensure that the result is declared as per the schedule and is uploaded to the official website.
- To identify the underachievers and to refer them for guidance and counselling.
- To make efforts for continuous quality enhancement with the help of IQAC.
Skills and opportunities
A fast-growing economy like India requires a large pool of skilled workers. Many new workers are not well employed due to lack of their technical, social and behavioral skills. Around 75% of technical graduates and 90% of other graduates in India are considered unemployable due to lack of skills. High-quality skills training can lead to better jobs with high income and improved career progression. IIIC was established under KASE, with the goal of facilitating courses for the skill development of construction workers across all categories, from carpenters, plumbers, and electricians to draftsmen with CAD knowledge and supervisors. IIIC's objective is to train the unemployed and semi-skilled workers to make them suitable for the industry's demands and also to upgrade the skills of semi-skilled workers.
NSDC aims to promote skill development by catalyzing creation of large, quality and for-profit vocational institutions. And National Skills Qualifications Framework (NSQF) is a framework for identifying competencies and assessing their level of attainment. IIIC is one of NSDC's training partners and follows the same skilling model.
IIIC also focuses on transitioning skilled but uncertified persons from unorganized to organized sectors through Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).