Educational Technology Laboratory
This centre has
|Interaction Board||LCD Projector||Colour tv|
|CD player||Video camera||Digital camera|
|Computer systems (32)||PA systems||Tape recorder|
|OHP||Slide projector||Audio CDs|
|Audio-visual CDs||slides||Audio cassette|
To aid the teaching learning process. Under the guidance of a qualified Audio Visual Technician, student teachers make use of the centre for instructional training.
A Psychology Laboratory is maintained by the college in which experiments in Psychology are conducted as part of the B.Ed. practical curriculum.
We have an auditorium of area 2100 sq. ft., and a balcony of 750 sq. ft., to accommodate 300 student teachers.
1. Bio-science laboratory
2. Physical science laboratoty
3. Mathematics Classroom cum Laboratory
Students use the laboratories during teaching practice. Initial preparation in the conduct of experiments and use of apparatus is practiced at the laboratories.
Physical Science Lab
With the objective of actively involving students in English learning, the language laboratory has been developed which could accommodate 20 student Teachers at a time.
Digitalized Language cum Computer laboratories
The purpose of a language lab is to involve students to actively participate in language learning exercises and get more practice than otherwise possible in a traditional classroom environment.
With the objective of actively involving students in English learning, the Digitalized Language Laboratory has been developed which could accommodate 20 students at a time.
B.Ed. Students use Computer Laboratory for Power Point Presentation and Web Site Evaluation. Computer literate students and students with knowledge of computer applications assist beginners during their free time. Beginners in computers are given extra time after college hours.
Ultimate goal of our keins college of education for women Library is to provide the right source, to the right user, at the right time at the user’s desk. So, we aim to impart the new theories on education to our students according to the changing environment of learning and the needs of learners. The books in the library fulfill not only the academic needs but the overall needs of the students and staff members. Our College library has more than 4500books in more than 1656 titles, 21 journals, 10 magazines and 2 newspapers in both English and Tamil.
All students are the members of the college library. There is a reading room with a capacity of 48 students and 6 staff. Book bank facility is provided in the library. The library working hours on working days 9.00 am to 5.30 pm, on holidays 9.00 am to 1.00 pm, during the examination days 9.00 am to 6.30 pm. . Library remains closed on all Sundays and other public holidays. Faculty members can borrow 5 books and students 2 books simultaneously and the students should return the books within 7 working days and it is 15 days for faculty members. Students are not allowed to keep more than one book for the same subject. Absence is not a cause for returning the books on due dates. A fine of rupees 5 per day per book is levied if books are not returned on the due date. The transference of books from one student to another is not allowed. No student shall lend his/her borrower’s tickets. Damage or loss which cannot be traced to an individual student may be met by a levy on all students.
All markings, underlining, clipping or annotating of books are absolutely forbidden.
Any student who loses or damages his tickets should report the fact to the Librarian in writing and get a fresh ticket on payment of a penalty of rupees 100.
Students should observe strict silence in the library premises. Otherwise they may be deprived of the privilege of using library. Online access, Photo copying, Internet, Power back up and partially automated facilities are also available in the library.
In order to overcome the hardship caused by frequent electricity failure, a two generator is installed at the cost of Rs 15,50,00
The hostels for girls are functioning within the school campus with the objective of fostering fellowship among the hostellers and promoting personality traits related to the teaching profession. The mess provides both vegetarian and non-vegetarian food.
Games and recreational activities to promote physical development, daily evening devotion to inculcate spiritual values and personal guidance are provided to the hostellers. The overall functioning of the hostels is a co-operative endeavor of the inmates under the guidance of the Warden.