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Academic Monitoring Cell (AMC) is an important initiative in strengthening the academic structure of the University. It is a proactive intervention to promote academic excellence in the affiliated institutions. It is hoped that this program will instil renewed enthusiasm in the academic scenario of the University. As per the instruction from University an institutional academic committee was constituted to review the academic progress of the students. The primary objectives are to meet periodically and make objective assessment of ongoing academic programs such as examination, syllabus covered and constitute guidelines as per KUHS instruction and also to formulate steps and actions to rectify defects and inadequacies through feedbacks and discussions. A college council is also formed to monitor the activity of academic monitoring committee, and other academic activities in the college. Including the making of academic calendar for each academic year, teaching plan, faculty improvement programs etc


The Parent Teacher Association (PTA) is a partnership between parents and educators who strive to enhance student learning and enrich the lives of the students within the college. It is also a forum for parents to obtain knowledge and voice their opinions about what is happening in their college. There are innumerable benefits associated with the PTA in our institution. One of the greatest benefits associated is that it helps teachers to understand students from the parent’s perspective and vice versa. It helps parents to know all about the functioning of the college, problems and so on. It works towards making the college better and the best place to get a quality education. In this, it is the teachers and the parents that sit together and discuss various issues regarding college and even a particular student. The overall aim of the PTA meeting is to ensure the institution offers the best learning experience for the students keeping in mind their needs.

In our institution, the general body of the Parent Teachers Association (PTA) is met twice in every year; one at the beginning of the academic year and the other at the end. Further, Class PTA meetings are held twice in a year following their internal examinations. Parent- Teacher –Student Meetings are also convened in connection with these meetings.


Ragging means any conduct whether by words spoken or written or by an act which has the effect of teasing, treating, handling with rudeness any other student, indulging in rowdy or undisciplined activities which causes or is likely to cause annoyance, hardship or psychological harm or to raise fear or apprehension thereof in a fresher or a junior student or asking the students to do any act or perform something which such student will not  in the ordinary course and which has the effect of causing or generating a sense of shame or embarrassment so as to adversely affect the physique or psyche of a fresher or a junior student.

Our Anti ragging committee is always vigilant against ragging, and for that some steps are taken to stop ragging.

  • In the orientation programme conducted for the first years in the beginning of the academic year, the students were instructed about the steps taken by the institution to curb ragging.
  • In the class committee meetings held twice in a semester the first year students were provided with an opportunity to voice out their opinion about ‘ragging menace’ in the campus.
  • Hostel wardens were asked to carry on periodic supervision to check ragging at the hostel premises.
  • Boards are displayed in the prominent places in the college premises and hostels, warning the student against ragging.
  • The whole campus is under CCTV surveillance and the movements of the students monitored.


Kerala university of Health Sciences put forward a holistic student supportive program that aims to shape up every student entering the institution into a health professional who owns technical and social skills to perform various academic activities. Our institution is focusing on holistic development of students by addressing their issues like academic and scholastic issues, psycho-social issues, physical and reproductive issues. There are two Nodel faculty members in our institution for detecting early and preliminary intervention of issues faced by students. Guidance and counselling are considered as an effective tool for the early intervention of academic issues as well as emotional disturbances faced by students, for that our college introduced a mentor and mentee program, each student is assigned to each faculty for their support and guidance. This will improve overall performance of students.


College union of LCOAH strives to promote opportunities for the development of character, leadership, efficiency, knowledge, democratic outlook and spirit of service among students. And also to train the students of the college in the duties, responsibilities and rights of citizenship, to encourage sports, arts and other cultural, educational and recreational activities, to work for the general welfare of the student community. The term of the union is generally one year from the date from which the union assumes office or till the date of elections to the union in the subsequent year.

The activities of college union is for one academic year. The system of election follows a direct mode where, the elected class representatives can elect the office bearers of the college (The Chairman, General Secretary, The Editor, secretaries for Arts and Sports) and the University Union Councillor. Staff adviser nominated by the Principal will be an ex-officio member without voting power. The College Union helps the students to promote and develop their artistic talents by organising arts festivals every year. The Union extends its support for the students to participate in various inter collegiate/university arts and sports events. To impart leadership training and to encourage the students in various constructive activities in the context of nation building serves as the pivotal objectives of the college union.


We formed a “COVID JAGRATHA SAMITHI” on January 2nd 2021 under the instruction from Kerala University of Health Science (KUHS) to monitor the reopening of the college and to decide on the steps for protecting the students and staff members from COVID infection. The activities of this Samithi will be focused on information, education and communication, action including training, monitoring of adherence to preventive practice, safety tips and event management, helping or liaising with the administration for management of exceptional events related to pandemic.

The Samithi chaired by the principal. The members are selected from faculty, students, administrative staff and PTA. There is a nodal officer who is a faculty member for coordinating the activities of the committee. The nodal officer has been interacting with the local health authorities and KUHS. We have been conducting meetings twice a month and also sending weekly reports regarding phased opening of the colleges and COVID protocol measures taken, to the nodal officer (KUHS).

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