Coaching Classes for SC/ST/OBC and minority students
Convenor: Dr. Nisha Goyal
Co-convener: Dr. Divya Verma
Under the convenorship of Dr. Nisha Goyal, UGC sponsored Coaching Classes for SC/ST/OBC and minority students of the college have been held since 2011 in the Kalindi College. The main objective is to improve the status of these groups, to help and guide them to prepare for various competitive examinations like Administrative Services competitions, Bank PO, B.Ed. entrance, Assistant grade and so on. In the coaching classes main emphasis is given on English, Current affairs, General Knowledge, Mathematics and Reasoning. Special attention is given to individual students in the class on their special demands. The students are provided with facilities like books, computer, online resource material etc.. Class test are conducted on regular intervals.
In the academic year 2015-16, an orientation program for SC/ST/OBC and minority students of the college was held on 13 August 2015 in the Sangam Parisar. Dr. Nisha Goyal, Dr. Divya Verma, Dr. Kalpana Kumari, Dr. Meena Charanda, Mr. Noorul Haq were present in the orientation. During the orientation program the students were told about the Coaching Classes for various competitive exams, Remedial Classes for weaker students, various scholarships and awards, fee concession,
Hostel facilities available for girl students belonging to SC/ST/ OBC/Minorities category by the Department for the welfare of SC/ST/OBC/ Minorities, Government of NCT of Delhi at Sankar Ashram, Dilshad Garden, Delhi and many other facilities available to them.
In the academic year 2015-16, one hundred and fifty six (156) students were enrolled for the coaching classes. The classes are held on all working days for one hour duration in a group of twenty five students each. The faculty members involved in the coaching classes are Dr. Shekh Moinuddin, Dr. Jyoti Kulshreshtha, Dr. Prem Pal singh, Dr. Rashmi Chaudhary and Dr. Abhishek. The classes are held in SC/ST cell room.
A number of students have been benefited through this facility provided by the college. To name a few, 10 students have been selected in banking sector and 10 students have cleared B.Ed. enterance.