A book is a uniquely portable magic
Diversity may be the reason for reading but all books leaves goodness in the reader.The *Book Bank* of our college functions in such a way spreading the essence of goodness in the students also with a view to reduce paper consumption
The Book Bank function targeting to provide students with text books for reference, recirculating them , an initiative towards environmental progression and student welfare .
The Kongunadu Arts and science College is an approved institute that offers the STUDY IN INDIA - SII Program, offered by the Ministry of Human Resource Development to provide higher education to foreign students in India .
To provide quality education , increasing the number of inbound international students with an aspect to explore multidiversified culture and cordial relations with the neighboring nations .
Dr. R. Sumathi, Assistant Professor of Eglish(A)
Entrepreneurship Development Cell (EDC) of Kongunadu Arts and Science College aims to promote entrepreneurial awareness among the students and to foster entrepreneurship for the generation of wealth and employment. The mission of EDC is to make the students to know the importance of entrepreneurship and to equip them with necessary qualities of entrepreneurship for the strong need of success in their Career perspective.
Objectives of EDC:
EDC of the college intends to nurture the passion for entrepreneurship among the youth by creating knowledge based hi-tech ventures, more avenues for employment opportunities in order to convert the job seekers into job creators in the way to lead our nation towards entrepreneurial excellence. Thus, Organization of the camps and orientation of programmes through EDC engenders creativity, ability and employability to the students to for the economical growth of the nation.
Activities of EDC:
Chartered Accountancy is one of the most prestigious qualifications in accounting and it can be pursued immediately after the 12th Standard examinations. It helps to equip the student with thorough knowledge of auditing, taxation and accounting. The students have to register with Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) to appear for CA examination. There are three layers of examinations viz., entry level test, first stage and final stage.
A cost accountant is expected to collect, assimilate, collate and analyze financial information from all areas of the organization. Cost Accountancy is a profession which is developed by Institute of Cost & Works Accountants of India (ICWAI). There are two layers of examinations in CMA (Cost and Management Accountants viz., Intermediate and final examinations after completing the foundation layer.
In order to increase the number of accounting specialists, the college has taken sincere steps to conduct the entry level professional training coaching inside the campus with the support of Mr. U. Ilanchezhian, Professional course coordinator. The students have been encouraged to appear for entry level examinations for CA and CMA. The students eagerly join in the courses and clear CMA / CA foundation examinations. The coaching is offered for the past 4 years and 50 percent of the appeared candidates ensure success in their examinations. Dr. M. Revathi Bala and Mr. P. Kumar are the internal coordinators for conducting these courses.
List of CMA / CPT Foundation Layer Cleared Students:
Kongunadu Arts and Science College, apart from teaching and extension activities is doing outstanding and innovative research in several fields of basic and applied science. The college recognizes its responsibility to propagate and disseminate knowledge. Hence, there is a need to encourage creativity and scholarly works and to develop new and useful materials, devices and other intellectual property. Creating the intellectual property shall have potential for commercialization, which in turn contributes to the professional development of the individual involved, enhances the reputation of the college, offers expanded educational opportunities for students and promotes public welfare. The college is committed to provide all sorts of conducive environment to the researchers which results in creation of intellectual property. In order to protect the intellectual property thus being created, the college establishes an intellectual property cell on 01.06.2017.
The booming research and innovative teaching necessitates proactively exploring and bringing it to light the treasure of Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) in our institution. In this direction, Centre for Intellectual Property Rights (CIPR) was established in our institution on 01.06.2017. It was established to create awareness and offer assistance to academicians, researchers, entrepreneurs and innovators to identify, protect and manage novel ventures effectively through CIPR. The mandate of this centre shall be to create IPR awareness, encourage filing of patent and facilitate the process of patent filing and maintenance of IPR.
What is a patent?
A Patent is a statutory right for an invention granted for a limited period of time to the patentee by the Government, in exchange of full disclosure of his invention for excluding others, from making, using, selling, importing the patented product or process for producing that product for those purposes without his consent.
Institution provides for patents as follows
The Institution is obliged to
Intellectual Property Rights
Intellectual Property Rights shall include Patents, Trademarks, Copyrights, Trade Secrets and other species such as computer software or printed material, any new and useful process, machine, composition of matter, life form, article of manufacture, software, copyrighted work, such things as new or improved devices, circuits, chemical compounds, drugs, genetically engineered biological organisms, data sets, software, musical processes, or unique and innovative uses of existing inventions. For these purpose the Ordinances Intellectual Property may or may not be patentable or copyrightable.
Ownership of Intellectual Property
Intellectual Property Rights can be from
The Institute Shall
The Creator Shall
The IPC shall consist of
When the individual researcher or a team of researchers is the Creator and has used substantial institutional resources, the Revenue shall be shared amongst the individual researcher/team of researchers and the Institution 60% and 40% respectively.
Centre for Intellectual Property Rights
Kongunadu Arts and Science College
Coimbatore – 641 029
Phone : 0422 264 8171
Mobile: +91 99446 87080
E-mail: paulsami [at] yahoo.com
Fax: 0422 2644452
COIMBATORE, the fast growing industrial hub of Kongunadu had the need for more colleges during the 70s, and this demand was fulfilled on 12th August 1973, the day on which Kongunadu Arts and Science College came into existence.
Kongunadu Arts and Science College (Autonomous),
GN Mills, Coimbatore - 641029. Tamil Nadu, INDIA
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