|1.||Shri N.S. Vijaya||Chairman|
|2.||Shri M. Krishnadas||Secretary|
|3.||Prof. P. Sadashiva||Member|
|4.||Dr. Rame Gowda||Member|
|5.||Shri K.R. Nirmal Kumar||Member|
|6.||Prof. T. Shivanna||Member|
|7.||Dr. C. Shivalingaiah||Principal & Convenor|
|8.||Dr. C. Shivalingaiah||Staff Secretary|
|9.||Prof. N. Ashok Kumar||Staff Representative|
The institution focuses on Institutional Distinctiveness delivering to its best ability to meet the vision of college through proper planning and strategies. Institution is committed to socio economic transformation by providing quality education by recruiting and retaining well qualified motivated faculty and Staff and provide adequate infra structure, necessary amenities and sports facilities. Students are well groomed in knowledge, skills, and values to have the ability to face the challenges of the corporate world and life. The important initiatives taken by the college to meet the skill based education are as follows
Best Distinctive Practices of our College – “HELP” – Differently Abled Student
The above initiatives from college are step towards facilitating the differently abled students with the required knowledge, experience and exposure to pursue their dreams with gainful opportunities. With skills gained, these students become more determined and confident in facing the future challenges of competitive world.
Our College continues to provide admission to students who have disabilities and stand with them in their ups and downs and make them achieve success by building confidence and mental strength. We strongly believe that students in this category will make us proud by winning prizes at state, national and International levels.
BES Degree College has campus of 18590.48 sqmts with 17 class rooms, 3 laboratories including language laboratory and 3 auditoriums. Physical maintenance of building is regularly done by estate officer appointed by college management.
We have well equipped library to benefit both students and staff members with learning facility. It is maintained jointly by Chief librarian and assistant librarian as per the framed policies. Books are selected through recommendations made by the faculties. Along with Vocational course books general and Competitive exam books are also made available. Library Cards are issued for both students and staff members to borrow books as and when required. Separate login book for registration of students and staff members been maintained and College library has SC, ST book bank added to this departmental library is also maintained by commerce department to benefit students. Library has been automated with Easy Lib software since 2005, that simplifies stock verification process and helps to weed out mutilated books regularly, later replacement is done based on demand for specific titles. We have resource Centre at library equipped with personal computers having internet connection to facilitate learning through E-resource, which allows us to access E-books and E-journals as well.
Sports activities are encouraged at college to keep students fit and healthy. College has spacious playground that accommodates different sports activities and meets the need of NSS requirements. Sports events are encouraged at National and International level and it is mentored by Assistant Director of Physical Education appointed by management. Students are allowed for games at leisure and after class hours, registers have been maintained to record the issue of various sports equipment’s to students in chronological order. After taking quotation from vendors, orders are placed for sports equipment’s with the approval of college management. Mini bus is maintained by college for commuting students and staff members between places at the time of NSS Camps, Industrial Visits etc.
We have well-armed computer Laboratories, Students are allowed to access lab during lab hours, Anti -virus has been installed to protect the systems from vulnerable attacks and computers are periodically maintained by technical experts.
The negative impact of the current lifestyle on the environment makes it necessary to pay more attention to human environmental behaviour. Young people constitute a large part of the world’s population and will have to live longer with the consequences of current environmental decisions than their elders.
Eco club will help to promote, monitor and operate the environment activities of the college. The whole college community along with staff members are involved in some capacity in programmes operated and monitored by the club.
Prakruthi to take the initiative of empowering students to participate and take up meaningful environmental activities and projects. It is a forum through which students are influenced, to engage their parents and neighbourhood communities to promote sound environmental behaviour.
Awareness among the students will help them to avoid environmental pollution and conserve natural resources .Eco club encourages the participation of students in learning about, and improving their environment. It helps students develop their personal skills. Eco-club is a means by which students can organize themselves to learn more about the issue, and also take action to improve their immediate environment. Prakruthi establishes a focal point for sustainable activities and programmes in the college and creating a sustainable campus.
Encouraged public transportation and Car/Scooter pooling among students and staff members. The target was average 50 percent. The success result among the staff members is 69 percent, among the students it is 70 percent. This is the evidence of success. In the making and distribution of paper bags the target was 50 percent, but the success rate was high among the students with 67 percent and among the staff it was 45 percent. Another notable evidence of Eco Club success is the use of steel utensils instead of plastic plates, cups and water bottles. During the college programmes, refreshments and food items are served in Areca Leaf Plates and reusable Melamine Plates and the use of plastic in Flower bouquets and garlands is avoided.
The students come from socio-economically backward, financial contributions cannot be expected from them for eco campaigns to protect environment. Added to this most of the students work after the college hours and hence they will not be able to attend activities conducted for environmental awareness after the college hours. Making the College Campus Plastic-Free is a gradual process and requires a lot of time and cleanliness drives must be undertaken outside the college premises, but they are usually difficult to undertake. Any Eco initiative to be successful the most important resource is man-power. In our institution with the combined effort of staff and students we will be able to generate this important resource to make activities of Prakruthi a success.
Digital communication, social networking, video conferencing and other forms of new media contribute to social isolation and are often blamed for the reduction in rapport among youngsters. There is a huge trouble when there is no empathy among people, when they don't work to understand the needs of others. Hence there is a significant loss of trust. This can have major implications with regards to social behaviour. In society interaction is essential to gain trust for successful relationships. Social awareness builds emotional quotient among students and make students to experience elements of peace, self-respect and discipline.
Lecture sessions are held by class teachers to create social awareness among students. Students are given opportunities to share their ideas as well as issues by expressing their views with teachers on a wide range through activities like seminars, intercollegiate competitions, guest lectures, other extracurricular activities etc. In order to showcase the problems faced by them in society, students are made to perform skits and other awareness related activities on important days like Independence Day, Republic Day, Gandhi Jayanthi and College Day.
Students are encouraged to participate in programs conducted by the different colleges will educate them about election and politics. This will help students to share their views. Students are also made aware about health issues. They are also guided by the NSS faculty about how to tackle the health issues and remain healthy with a balance diet. Students are encouraged to eat hygienic and healthy food. Blood donation camps are being conducted periodically by NSS with the active participation of students, teaching and non-teaching staff. This will help thousands of patients who are in need of blood. Students are even encouraged to actively participate in blood donation camps arranged by other colleges/organisations.NSS conducts Annual Camps for students in the vicinity of the villages around Bangalore. Our students educate the ruralites in keeping the village clean. The college has zero tolerance for ragging. Awareness programs are held by Anti-Ragging Committee yearly. Strict actions are taken by the committee against ragging cases registered if any. From the beginning college has always encouraged students, from financially and socially backward classes in order to shape their life.
Students have been registered for NSS for the Academic year 2018-2019. Twenty students from the college actively participated in an audience based interactive election programme held by DD News National Channel on 28th March 2019 (Thursday) from 7 PM to 9 PM called “JANMAT” at Doordarshan Kendra, where leaders of prominent political parties and eminent persons from different walks of life were also present. The programme was subsequently telecasted on DD News Channel and DD Chandana on succeeding days.
Students donated 155 units of blood for needy patients at Blood Donation Camp conducted by NSS. During the camp two male and female faculties were deputed to the Camp to take care of the students and assist the NSS officers. Here, Programmes like Medical check-ups, Environmental awareness programmes, Cultural programmes were held. Students created awareness among villagers about health and cleanliness for which villagers gave “Appreciation Certificate” to NSS unit of the college. Cleanliness drives are held throughout the year by NSS students to maintain tidiness in society
|1.||Dr. C. Shivalingaiah, M.A., Ph.D|
|2.||Dr. K.C. Shivaramaiah, M.A., Ph.D|
|3.||Prof. N. Nandini, M.A., M.Phil|
|4.||Prof. N.E. Suvarna, M.A.|
|1.||Prof. N. Ashok Kumar, M.A., M.Phil|
|2.||Prof. R. Girija, M.A., M.Phil., B.Ed.|
|3.||Prof. G. Gayathri, M.A.|
|1.||Prof. N.V. Malini, M.A.|
|1.||Prof. P.S. Shankara, M.A.|
|1.||Prof. P. Sathya Murthy, M.A.|
|1.||Prof. H. Krishne Gowda, M.A.|
|2.||Prof. Narayana Naik, M.A., M.Phil|
|1.||Prof. G. Bhagyamma, M.A, M.Phil|
|2.||Prof. Sagar, M.A., B.Ed.,|
|1.||Prof. Nishath Nahida Khanum, M.A., M.Phil|
|1.||Prof. G.A. Vasantha Kumar, M.Com., M.Phil|
|2.||Prof. H. Veeresha, M.Com., M.Phil|
|3.||Prof. Akshata P. Pai, M.Com. M.B.A.|
|4.||Prof. H.M. Sunitha, M.Com|
|5.||Prof. C.N. Anil Kumar, M.Com|
|6.||Prof. S. Shanthi, M.Com., M.B.A.|
|7.||Prof. S.G. Gopika, M.Com|
|8.||Prof. Sindhu H. Prakash, M.B.A.|
|9.||Prof. K.N. Roopa, M.Com|
|10.||Prof. C.K. Yogesh, M.Com|
|11.||Prof. M. Paramesh, M.Com|
|12.||Prof. M.R. Anil Kumar, M.Com|
|13.||Prof. K.V. Arjun Kumar, M.Com., M.B.A.|
|1.||Prof. M.N. Jyothi, M.Sc., M.Phil|
|2.||Prof. Shilpa D. V., M.Sc|
|3.||Prof. T. Shammi Shetty, MCA|
|4.||Prof. T.M. Shalini, MCA|
|5.||Prof. V. Rakshitha, MCA|
|1.||Prof. S. Radha Krishna, M.Sc.|
|1.||Shri B. Prakash, M.P.Ed. M.Phil|
|1.||Smt. H.R. Sushma - M.Sc. (Library & Information Science) Librarian|
|2.||Smt. R.T. Nagarathana, Diploma in Library Science, Library Assistant|
|1.||Shri M. Munireddy, B.A., B.Ed.||Superintendent (Admin.)|
|2.||Smt. N. Usha, B.Com.||Superintendent (Accounts)|
|3.||Shri V. Gangadharaiah, B.A., LL.B.||FDA|
|4.||Shri T.M. Narasimha Murthy, B.A.||SDA|
|5.||Smt. B.G. Vidya Rani, B.Com.||SDA|
|7.||Shri M. Manjunatha Rao||Typist|
|8.||Shri Shekar||Shri Shekar|
|9.||Shri V. Manjunatha||Group D Employee|
|10.||Shri P. Marappa||Group D Employee|
|11.||Shri T.N. Murthy||Group D Employee|
|12.||Shri N. Marigowda||Group D Employee|
|13.||Shri Kempaiah||Group D Employee|
|14.||Smt. Mahadevamma||Group D Employee|