Criterion 5 – Student Support and Progression

5.3 Student Participation and Activities

5.3.1 Number of awards/medals won by students for outstanding performance in sports/cultural activities at inter-university/state/national/international events (award for a team event should be counted as one) during the last five years.

Response: 17 Number of awards/medals won by students for outstanding performance in sports/cultural activities at inter-university/state/ national/international level (award for a team event should be counted as one) year-wise during the last five years.

2022-23 2021-22 2020-21 2019-20 2018-19
10 05 00 01 01

5.3.2 Presence of an active Student Council & representation of students on academic & administrative bodies/committees of the institution.
Describe the Student Council activity and students’ role in academic & administrative bodies within a maximum of 500 words


The presence of Student Council/Representatives in various activities and committees significantly enhances the functioning and effectiveness of academics and administration of the University. MCNUJC has encouraged the active participation of students in all around development of University through involvement in various communities and considering their feedback as inputs. Details of active involvement and contributions of Student Council/Representatives are as follows:

1. Student Representation:

Student Representatives ensures that student voices are heard and considered in the accreditation process. This representation reflects the student body’s perspectives, needs, and concerns, leading to a more holistic evaluation. University has policy to appoint male and female class representatives to ensure quality of academics and resolve their issues through Mentors, Head of Department, and dean student welfare and student grievance redressal cell. The Student Council/Representatives are involved in various committees like Class Representatives, Women Development Cell, Internal Complaint Committee, Nature Clubs, Mess Committee, MCU-Madhyam Band, Cultural and Extra-Curricular Activity Committee, etc.

2. Feedback Mechanism:

University has policy to include feedback of students on syllabus and quality of delivery of education. The Student Representatives can act as a bridge between students and the university, providing valuable feedback on various aspects such as teaching quality, infrastructure, and services provided to student. This feedback can help the University to identify areas for improvement.

3. Enhanced Transparency:

The presence of Student Representatives promotes transparency in the accreditation process. The posters Anti-Ragging of UGC and Student Satisfaction Survey(SSS) of NAAC are pasted at different places of academic buildings to aware about zero tolerance policy about raging and student survey. At the time admission, it is mandatory to submit the signed copy of the Anti-Raging format by both students and their parents. Students can actively participate in discussions and decisions, fostering a culture of openness and accountability. Students can register their complaints to Student Grievance Redressal cell online or offline mode, the complaints are resolved as per UGC Student Grievance Redressal Regulations 2023.

4. Quality Enhancement:

The Student Representatives can collaborate with the University to develop and implement quality enhancement initiatives. This partnership can lead to innovative ideas and practices that benefit the overall academic environment. The feedback and suggestions of students in Mess committee enhances the hygiene and quality of services and foods served in hostels. Hostel Administration ensures the quality of foods and services and ensures the satisfaction of the students.

5. Student Development:

Involvement of Student Representatives in different committees provides an opportunity of developing leadership, communication, and problem-solving skills among the students. It also instills a sense of responsibility and ownership towards their institution’s accreditation journey. Mentors and academic administration and cultural committee help students for enhancing their skills.

6. Nature Club:

The involvement of students in nature care activities such as plantation, gardening, providing waters to birds, participation in green practices, to aware about environment and issues like ban the Usage of Plastics, Limited Usage of Vehicle and Air Condition, Climate Change Reasons, Saving carbon points, humanities, and services of mankind.

Overall, the presence of Student Council/Representatives can significantly contribute to the University in all dimensions by ensuring student engagement, promoting transparency, and fostering a culture of continuous improvement.

5.3.3 The institution conducts / organizes following activities:

  1. Sports competitions/events
  2. Cultural competitions/events
  3. Technical fest/Academic fest
  4. Any other events through Active clubs and forums

Response: A. All four of the above.