Student Welfare

Vision : To be an Department  that engages students to have a voice, fulfill their potential and get the most out of their College  experience. A student community with influence.

Mission: Support, Empower, Represent.

Values

The way we do things is as important to us as what we achieve.  As a Department we will be:

  • Transparent
  • Inclusive
  • Supportive
  • Approachable
  • Friendly

Strategic Aims:  That have been developed based on our understanding of student views on what we should be and what we should do.

These strategic aims are flexible and need to develop as new ideas emerge and as developments and technologies impact.

These aims are:

  1. Provide Relevant Quality Service
  2. Build and Expand Opportunities
  3. Develop and Grow our Voice
  4. Build and Sustain Financial Viability

Strategic Goals

  • To provide a professional and enthusiastic group of people to support delivery of services and activities
  • To build relevant relationships with key stakeholders and providers
  • To develop new and engaging ways to ensure that KGRCET  is a student-led organization
  • To raise our profile across campus
  • To secure existing and new funding streams.
  • To develop services and activities

 

Strategic Goals:

 Areas for Action

  1. To provide a professional and enthusiastic group of people to support delivery of services and activities.
  • Develop clear recruitment and retention processes and procedures.
  • Develop succession planning to secure continuity.
  • Provide a quality Induction and Support Programme for all to ensure professional and personal development.
  • Work towards achieving recognition for the quality of support provided to all.
  • Ensure a culture of positivity.
  1. To build relevant relationships with key stakeholders and providers.  
  • Identify key partners and develop a Partner Strategy to ensure clarity of relationship expectations.
  • Develop joint working arrangements with partners to the mutual benefit of all.
  • Explore potential of new services that would be of benefit to all stakeholders.
  1. To develop new and engaging ways to grow student engagement with SWD.  
  • Improve the experience of involvement with SWD with underrepresented groups.
  • Improve our approaches to gathering student opinion and acting on student views.
  • Develop more ways for students to learn outside the formal curriculum.
  • Support the development of student groups to encourage new ideas and initiatives.
  • Encourage and support involvement in representative structures.
  1. To raise our profile across campus.
  • Improve communication and marketing.
  • Improve relationships with College staff and departments and external stakeholders.
  • Increase our visibility.
  1. To secure existing and new funding streams.
  • Develop unrestricted fundraising streams.
  • Explore income generation opportunities.
  • Develop relationship with University.
  • Develop sponsorship relationships.
  1. To grow fundraising impact.
  • Develop student volunteering opportunities.
  • Explore the potential of fundraising for SWD.
  • Build relationships with other charities, organizations and bodies.
  1. To develop services and activities.  
  • Identify and secure improvement opportunities.
  • Support activities and services to fulfill potential.
  • Develop innovative and creative ways for students to engage.

 

 

Head of Department

Mrs. Uday Sree

Copy of HOD - Student Welfare

Student Welfare Department (SWD) Team

Name of Faculty

Deputed -Department

Designation

Club Details

Dr.R.S.Jahagirdar

Chairperson

Principal

SWD

Ms. K Udaya Sri

Incharge

Associate Professor

SWD

Mr. Shashidhar Reddy

Civil

Assistant Professor

Sports Club

Ms. Shailaja

EEE

Assistant Professor

Music Club

Mr. Mallikarjun

MECH

Assistant Professor

Sports Club

Mr. Chandra Prakash

ECE

Assistant Professor

Music Club

Ms. Jaya Bharathi

CSE

Assistant Professor

In-door Sports Club

Mr. Jithendhar Reddy

Physical Director

Sports

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    1 day workshop on Career Awareness by Valmiki Foundation

  • 26Jan2016

    Republic day celebrations

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    Traditional Day celebrations

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