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A temple of learning and research Dr. R. Rajendran MSc, MBA, PGDEM, Ph.D PRINCIPAL Coimbatore , INDIA SKILL DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVES IN HIGHER EDUCATION

2 PSG SON’S & CHARITIES Sarva jana Higher Secondary School
PSG Polytechnic PSG Primary School, Vedapatti PSG Primary School, Peelamedu PSG College of Arts and Science ( PSG College of Technology PSG Institute of Medical Sciences and Research PSG Industrial Training Centre PSG Hospitals PSG Centre of Sponsored research & Consultancy PSG Centre for Non-formal and Continuing Education PSG and Sons Charities Textile Research and Training Centre PSG College of Nursing PSG College of Pharmacy PSG Institute of Management PSG Science and Technology Entrepreneurial Park PSG Centre for Advertising and Communication PSG TIFAC CORE in Product Design and Commerce PSG Children’s School PSG Overseas Healthcare Management Services PSG Public School PSG Vishnu Granthi PSG College of Arts and Science

3 PSG College of Arts & Science
Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, INDIA Started as intermediate college in 1947 MILESTONES OF DEVELOPMENT 450 Teachers of which 300 are Doctorates It offers 37 undergraduate programmes and 26 postgraduate programmes and 19 research departments Upgraded into degree college in 1957 and postgraduate college in 1962 College now has a student strength of around students Offers 19 life/Job oriented courses, 12 career oriented Add-on Courses along with 3 PG Diploma courses and 17 Certificate / Diploma courses A Temple of learning & Research

ONE AMONG THE BEST ARTS & SCIENCE COLLEGES IN INDIA An Government aided institution Approved by the UGC and AICTE Affiliated to the Bharathiar University An ISO 9001:2008 Certified Institution Autonomous Since 1978 (One of the First Five Arts & Science Colleges conferred Autonomy in the State) Reaccredited by NAAC with A grade with CGPA of 3.62 (3rd Cycle) College with Potential for Excellence (CPE) status awarded by the UGC BSR Funds for 15 science departments by the University Grants Commission Awarded STAR COLLEGE STATUS IN LIFE SCIENCES by DBT with STAR DEPARTMENT STATUS DST - FIST SPONSORED SCIENCE DEPARTMENTS

Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) Since 2000 Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) & Placement Cell Satellite Interactive Terminal (SIT) Videoconferencing (UGC Sponsored) Public-Private Partnership – ILFS – PSG CAS – Training centre – funded by MoRD & MoT ISO certification for Total Quality Management Central Research Laboratory & BioResource Technology Communication Skills Centre & the digital Language Laboratory – (UGC sponsored) Research cell with corpus fund & Food Process Technology PSG CAS - ICICI Learning Centre National Testing Service – Regional Field Unit – Regional Language learning testing centre Scholarships – Earn while you learn & other scholarships Multimedia Laboratory and Digital Studio (UGC sponsored) UNIQUE FEATURES OF THE COLLEGE Our Globally and Nationally placed alumni are the testimony to the institutional commitment towards building individual excellence for obtaining Global Excellence.

AIDED PROGRAMMES 1.BA Economics 1957 2.BA English 3. BSc Mathematics 4. BSc Statistics 5. BSc Physics 6. BSc Chemistry 7. Bcom Commerce 1969 8. BSc Psychology 1975 9. Bcom Corporate Secretaryship 10. BA Sociology 1976 11. BSc Zoology 1977 12. BSc Biochemistry 13. BSc Botany 1978 14. BSc Nutrition, Food & Dietetics 1980 15. BSc Electronics 1986 UNAIDED PROGRAMMES 3. B.Com Corporate Secretaryship 1985 4. B.Com Commerce (2 Sections) 5. BCom Computer Science 1985, 2001 6. BCom Biochemistry 1991 7. BSc Electronics 1993 8. BSc Microbiology 9. BSc Business Management 10. BSc Costume Design & Fashion 1999 11. BBA Catering Science & Hotel Management 12. BSc Computer Applications 2000 13. BSc Biotechnology 2002 14. BCA Visual Communication 15. BSc Mathematics with CA 2005 16. BSc Information Technology 2007 17. BSc e-Commerce 18. BSc Information Systems 19. Bcom CA (2 Sections) 2007, 2009 20. BBA Professional Accounting 2009 21. Bcom Retail Management 22. Bcom Business Process Service 2013 23. BCom Foreign Trade 24 Bcom Financial Service UNAIDED PROGRAMMES 1. B.Com Accounting & Financing 2011 2. B.Com Retail Marketing

AIDED PROGRAMMES 1. MSW Social Work 1962 2. MSc Physics 3. MA Economics 1966 4. MSc Mathematics 5. MSc Chemistry 6. MA Tamil 1967 7. MCom Commerce 1972 8. MSc Statistics 1973 9. MSc Biochemistry 1978 10. MSc Applied Psychology 1979 11. MA Journalism and Mass Communication 1981 12. MSc Applied Microbiology 1983 13. MSc Foods & Nutrition 1984 14. MSc Environmental Science 1985 15. MSc Computer Science 1988 UNAIDED PROGRAMMES 1. MA English 2002 2. MIB International Business 2003 3. MSc Applied Electronics 1990 4. MCA Computer Applications 1993 5. MSc Biotechnology 6. MSc Electronic Media 7. MSc Costume Design & Fashion 2004 8. MSc Clinical Nutrition 2005 9. MSc Software Systems 2007 10 MSc Botany 2014* 11 MSc Zoology Diploma 1. PG Diploma in Human Resource Management 2004 2. Post MSc PG Diploma in Bio-resource Technology 2005 3. PG Diploma in Health, Fitness and Nutrition 2009 4. PG Diploma in Business Management 2013 5.Diploma in Post Harvest Technology 2010

UNDER GRADUATE S. No COURSE SKILL SPECIALIZATION YEAR OF INCEPTION 1 BSc Information Technology 2007 2 BCom E-Commerce 3 CA 4 CA – Batch II 2009 5 BBM Information Systems 6 Retail Management 7 Professional Accounting 8 Accounting and finance 2011 9 Retail Marketing 10 Financial System 2013 11 Foreign Trade 12 Business Process Service

POST GRADUATE Sl. No. Course Specialization Year 13 MSc Software systems 2007 14 Clinical Nutrition 2005 POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA Sl. No. Course Specialization Year 14 PG Diploma Health, Fitness & Nutrition 2009 15 Business Management 2013 16 Post MSc Diploma Bioresource Technology 2005

10 RESEARCH DEPARTMENTS M.Phil & Ph.D Tamil Chemistry English Nutrition
Economics Biochemistry Psychology Microbiology Social Work Computer Science Communication Electronics Commerce Environmental Science Mathematics Costume Design & Fashion Statistics Biotechnology Physics Only Arts & Science College in the whole of India to have 19 very strong research departments

1 Food processing and quality control Nutrition and dietetics 2 Diagnostic &clinical laboratory mgt. Biochemistry 3 Bioinformatics Botany 4 Functional English English 5 Journalism and mass communicatin Visual communication and electronic media 6 Script writing Tamil 7 Bakery and confectionery Catering science and hotel management 8 Apparel designing and fashion Costume design and fashion 9 Animation graphics 10 Banking and insurance Commerce 11 Marketing Management science 12 Entrepreneurship development

S. NO SUBJECT DEPARTMENT 1 Personality development Psychology 2 Yoga 3 TV servicing Electronics 4 PC Trouble shooting 5 Repair of Home appliances Physics 6 Ethics and culture Tamil 7 English for competitive examinations English 8 Oral and written communication 9 Introduction to Journalism and communication Communication 10 Food preservation Nutrition and dietetics 11 Office automation Computer science 12 Visual arts Costume design & fashion 13 Programming in C 14 Entrepreneurship development Management science 15 Pattern making & garment construction 16 Embroidery & surface design

13 PSG Academy of Excellence
COURSES OFFERED S. No Courses Details 1 Diploma in Airline Travel and Tourism Management 2 Diploma in Hardware Engg. & Video Device Maintenance 3 Diploma in Bio-informatics 4 Diploma in Interior Designing 5 Diploma in Customer Relationship Management 6 Diploma in Insurance Management 7 Diploma in Epigraphy 8 Specialized Diploma in Marketing and Advertising 9 Multimedia Courses 10 Certificate courses in TV Servicing 11 Certificate courses in Java Programming 12 Certificate courses in C Programming 13 Certificate course in “Intelligent Browsing” 14 Certificate Crouse in Bio-Skill 100 plus 15 Certificate course in Carnatic Music 16 CPT (CA Programme) 17 IPCC (CA Programme) 18 ACS (Foundation Programme) 19 ACS (Executive Programme)

Innovation in teaching and learning methods by ICT CBCS Course curriculum Online Examination System e-Content Development Involvement of faculties in out reach program Industrial/Internship training- Compulsory components BOS Members from Industrial Expert, Alumni, Academic Council & outside college subject expert Job/Skill/Career orientation courses IDC/EDC electives – Academic Mobility Steps followed for TQM

15 Inter Departmental Courses (20%)
CURRICULUM WITH SKILL BASED ELECTIVES Core Courses (80%) Inter Departmental Courses (20%) Horizontal Mobility Vertical Mobility CBCS (UG) CBCS (PG) ACADEMIC FLEXIBILITY On par with International Standards Part – I Tamil/ Hindi/ French Part – II English Part – III Following components: Major Courses Inter-Disciplinary Courses Extra-Departmental Courses Online test Foundation Courses – I & II Life/ Job Oriented Courses or Any one Diploma Total Credit Points: 140 On par with International Standards Courses with Practical for IDC Major Skill Based Elective Major/Non-major IDC EDC Total Credit Points : 90 Extra Departmental Course (UG) - 21 Extra Departmental Course (PG) - 19 Inter Departmental Course (UG) - 51 Inter Departmental Course (PG) - 33 Life/ Job oriented Course - 19 Extra Subjects - 12 Add-on Career-oriented Course- 12 Other Certificate/ Diploma Course - 17 Bioskill 100 Plus Bioresource Technology (UGC Sponsored innovative course) Communication skill / soft skill General awareness – online test Value Education (Foundation) Environmental studies (Foundation) Online courses Finishing skills – Conducting workshops for GRE, GMAT, TOEFL, and Civil services

Classroom teaching methods adopted to enhance best of the practices & help students to derive the best of the learning from their programmes & courses Lectures - Tutorials & Practical, Guest Lectures and Extension Lectures Practicals - Workshops, Seminars, ICT enabled teaching - Presentations, Video Films, Demonstration of Models, Equipment & Processes, Virtual classes BRAINSTORMING - important pedagogical tool for developing creative solutions to problems CLOSING QUIZ - to enable the recapitulation and evaluation of the concepts taught in each lecture EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING - Internship/Field Trips/Industrial visits /Literature Search/Survey/Small Group Activities/Web Based Learning

STUDENTS ADMITTED IN VOCATIONAL DEGREE COURSE FROM 1994 TO 2007 BA Economics (Specialization in Foreign trade practices & procedures) BSc Biochemistry (Specialization in Biotechnology) B Com (Specialization in Advertising, sales promotion, and sales management) YEAR BA (ECONOMICS) B Sc BIOCHEMISTRY B Com 1994 25 34 56 1995 28 22 29 1996 23 1997 16 1998 24 30 1999 26 19 27 2000 38 2001 31 2002 36 43 2003 42 45 2004 37 2005 50 2006 20 55 2007 -

Industry Learning Centre - ICICI direct Centre for Financial Learning (ICFL) From 2008 Onwards ICICI direct Centre for Financial Learning (ICFL) is an educational initiative of ICICI Securities Limited. To offer best in the class financial learning programmes, through one of the most superior and practical learning approaches that would help students reach their career goals. With an objective to be one of the most preferred provider for education on Finance, we offer premium education programmes ranging from Investor and Trader focused skill enhancement programmes on Stock investing, Technical Analysis and Derivatives Trading to certification programmes on Financial Planning and Wealth Management.

Innovative Courses Initiated B.Com., RETAIL MARKETING in collaboration with TVS MOTORS B.Com., BUSINESS PROCESS SERVICE in collaboration with TCS B.Sc., COMPUTER SCIENCE in collaboration with KGISL B.Sc., STATISTICS (Big Data Analysis) in collaboration with INFOSYS B. Com., BUSINESS PROCESS OUTSOURCING in collaboration with INFOSYS M. Sc., CLINICAL NUTRITION in collaboration with PSGIMSR SALIENT FEATURE OF INDUSTRIAL COLLABORATION Curriculum development from the industry point of view. Industry will be a part of the Board of Studies for syllabus revision. Member from the industry would be a part of the faculty.

20 Skill Development Through Entrepreneurship Development Cell
EDC Cell, PSGCAS Conducted 22 Entrepreneurship Awareness Camps(EAC), 2 Entrepreneurship Development Programmes (EDP), 1Technology based Entrepreneurship Development Programme (TEDP) and 1 Women Entrepreneurship Development Programme (WEDP) 2298 final year Science & Technology students benefitted through Entrepreneurship Awareness Camps. 100 participants benefitted through EDP, WEDP AND TEDP. 14 % participants have successfully launched their start-ups in different fields. Through i-Week & i-Bazaar celebrations we encourage idea generation, business plan building and innovation.

21 Skill Development through Innovative Schemes
Inception - 20th August 2008 Completed Projects Ministry of Rural Development and Ministry of Textiles: 50,00,000 So for 40 batches with more than 1000 candidates have successfully completed and placed During training stipend of Rs. 1000/month provided TNCDW(Tamilnadu Corporation Development for Women): 9,50,000 Only for rural candidates Ongoing Projects Sponsored by Ministry of Textiles: 5,00,000 STITCH-Skill Training in Textile Clothing Handicraft) Around 7 batches are completed and 8th batch is under training More than 100 candidates completed and successfully placed Accolades PSG CAS & ILFS 2 trainees received gold rate medal and training award with cash prize of Rs Extension : Senjeri Malai & Karamadai Activities Caters to the needs of the poor women of the nearby community with regards to STITCHING LEARNING OF NEW GARMENTS using commercial sewing machines Provides PLACEMENTS with leading garment industries

22 Skill Development through Innovative Schemes – Food Processing Centre
Excellent in-house resource for skill development Food and vegetables preservation training programmes for Self help group Socially disadvantaged Students Tomato processing Train the trainer in association with Food and Nutrition Board Skills imparted in the development of Ready to serve drinks Badam milk Rose milk Squashes Grapes Orange Jams and Jellies Pickles Tomato Mixed vegetables Galic Mango Lemon

Courses Applied to UGC New Delhi B. Voc (Hospitality Management) B. Voc (Food Processing Technology) B. Voc (Textiles & Fashion Technology) B. Voc (Digital Media Production) B. Voc (Retail Management)

Courses Sanctioned by UGC New Delhi B.Voc (Hospitality Management) B. Voc (Food Processing Technology) Student Admitted ( ) B.Voc (Hospitality Management) -50 B. Voc (Food Processing Technology) -50 60 % Skill Based Training 40 % Theory

S. No Specialization Skill Gaps Identified 1 Hospitality Management The attrition level is very high communication skills with fresher’s Qualified Manpower in entry levels Lack of Professionalism in food & service business 2 Food Processing Technology Inadequate knowledge and technical expertise in fruit and vegetable processing, equipment operation and quality evaluation. Lack of knowledge on milk quality testing procedure, latest techniques for minimizing wastages, machine handling, poor knowledge on safety and hygiene. Inadequate knowledge on crop processing techniques to produce variety of products, information on percentage increase in value with minimal value addition to produce healthy nutritious products. Inadequate knowledge in communication and motivation, documentation skills and working on computer. Inadequate knowledge of quality standards/hazard analysis and critical control points.

SKILL BASED CURRICULAR INPUTS S. No Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 1 Culinary Arts Practical Indian Culinary Arts Practical Continental Cuisine Practical 2 F&B Service Practical Restaurant Service Practical Beverage Service Practical 3 Accommodation Operation Practical Room Division Practical Bakery and Confectionary Practical 4 Front Office Operation Practical Oriental Cuisine Practical Bar Tending and Mixology Practical 5 Internship Training Banquet and Functional Catering Practical Industrial Exposure Training 6 Food Carving Practical NSS / NCC / Sports / Department Extension Activity 7 Skill Based Subject, Internet Security Competence Enhancement 8

SKILL BASED CURRICULAR INPUTS S. No Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 1 Principles of food processing Communication skills Food Packaging Equipment and Materials 2 Fruit and vegetable processing technology Bakery and confectionary Food fermentation technology 3 Equipment operation and techniques in food processing practical Environmental studies Plantation crop processing 4 Food chemistry Data analytics Food fermentation techniques practical 5 Grain technology Visual merchandising and social media Industrial training (1 week) 6 Food processing and preservation techniques practical Internet security Prototype development - Mini project (Phase I) 7 Industrial training (2 weeks) Food safetycertificate training (1 week) Food safety and quality control 8 Basic quality control practical Microbial techniques practical Advanced quality control practical 9 10 Major Project (phase II)

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Hospitality Management Bell Boy, Room Attendant/ House men Asst supervisor, Concierge Floor Supervisor, GSA (Guest Service Assistant) Trainee / Asst Waiter Trainee Captain, Commis Captain, HOST (Bar) Operation Trainee (Kitchen) Hotel Operation Trainee (Operations) Hotel Operation Supervisory Trainee(HOST) Front office Asst Asst Supervisor Front office Front office supervisor Food Processing Technology Machine operator Process developer Quality controller/ analyst Craftsman Supervisor Assistant Plant Manager Line In-charge Plant technician HACCP Coordinator Trainee Craft instructor Assistant Production / Marketing Manager

29 VOCATIONALIZATION The market rationale includes a demand-driven orientation, introducing short cycle Courses and emphasis on vocationalization. Foreign educational institutions operating in India are offering vocational courses. Industry experts become part of regular faculty imparting highly current and industry relevant knowledge to students Students under industry collaborated courses are already treated as trainee employees. Academic supervised Industry Internship Certificate, Diploma and Degree options at B.Voc allows the Industry to get employees at the grass-root level, supervisory level and managerial levels thereby increasing the employment opportunities available to the students.

30 Eco-System required for growth
Exchange opportunities to be allowed by University for B.Voc students Foreign Collaboration with Vocational training institutions abroad Industry associations like CII, Chamber of Commerce to encourage intake of B.Voc students Eligibility norms of Public Sector Undertaking, Govt to include B.Voc Local Industry demands vocational streams in several disciplines

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