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THANTHAI ROEVER INSTITUTE OF POLYTECHNIC

COLLEGE
(Affiliated to Department of Technical Education, Chennai)
PERAMBALUR - 621212

STRATEGIC PLAN
2010-2012

Supported By

STATE PROJECT COORDINATION UNIT


(Established under Canada India Institutional Project)
CONTENTS
A.ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

B.PROFILE OF THE POLYTECHNIC

1. INTRODUCTION
2. MANDATE
3. MISSION
4. SWOT ANALYSIS
5. THRUST AREAS & STRATEGIC GOALS
6. OBJECTIVES
7. ACTION PLANS
8. WORK PLANS
9. STRUCTURE AND PROCEDURE FOR MONITORING
AND REVIEW OF STRATEGIC PLAN

APPENDIX

APPROVAL OF MANDATE AND MISSION BY DOTE


LIST OF ACTION LEADERS
CALENDER OF ACTIVITIES
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
A.ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

The members of the strategic planning group place on record their thanks
to Director Mr.V.K.JEYAKODI, I.A.S., Directorate of technical education, State
Project Coordination unit, and its coordinator MS.K.VISALAKSHI.M.E.

We wish to express our sincere thanks to our beloved Chairman &


Managing Trustee Dr.K.VARADHARAAJEN, members of the ST.John Sangam
Trust, Our Administrative Officer, Mr.K.SIVAKUMAR,,Our Principal
Mr.R.T.UDHAYAKUMAR,Vice-Principal Mr.A.RAMALINGAM and all the
HODs.

The group extends their sincere thanks to the staff & students of this
polytechnic college and other stake holders who have contributed at various
levels.
PROFILE
B.PROFILE OF THE POLYTECHNIC

St. JOHN SANGAM TRUST is a registered charitable Trust, a leader in promoting


education in the rural area, aims of offering professional job oriented and value based
education built on discipline and responsibilities of its disciples.

Rev. Fr. Hans Roever, a German Missionary and a Civil Engineer by profession. He
dedicated himself to the spread of Gospel message. He came down to India during the
world war -II and on 1st February, 1947 to Perambalur to preach the teaching of Jesus Christ.
He started a small Orphanage of 50 Orphan Children drawn from different Villages. Then it
grew step by step and he was able to help nearly 300 orphan children. Many of his illustrious
students are occupying very high positions today. This explains what a great man he was!
He died in 1967 leaving his noble orphanage and his disciplined disciples.

Dr. K. VARADHARAAJEN, the President Chairman & Managing Trustee is a lawyer


by profession. He was a direct student of Hans Roever, a person known for simplicity, hard
working and perseverance. He only started a High-School in the year 1981. One after
another many Educational.

Institutions and Social Service Organizations were started, there are about 26
Institutions and the list continued. He is a disciplinarian having kind heart for the poor and
the needy. He is the founder of all the Institutions and introducer of all new job oriented
courses to suit the future needs of the Society. He is the Honble President of Red Cross
Society and Riffle Club of Perambalur and was the President of Rotary Club of Perambalur
and Former Vice-President of Indian Christian Press Association (Central Office).

In recognition of distinguish achievements in the international level in basis of


encouraging eminence, educating adults, Propagating world Literatures, Dedicating to world
piece, Universal Brother/ Sister hood and world solidarity in the field of education our
Chairman, Dr. K. Varadharaajen, B.A., B.L., has been conferred for the honorary. Cultural
award CHEVALIER ISR with the cultural title of SEVARATHNA.
THANTHAI ROEVER INSTITUTE OF POLITECHNIC COLLEGE was ushered
into being in 1984 as a non-grant institution under the self financing scheme. This is in reality
a laudable landmark in the History of St. John Sangam trust, as it opened opportunities for
Technical Education to the neglected segment of Society. The Polytechnic has made rapid
strides within a span of 22 years and it has now under its roof about thousand four hundred
students are undergoing courses in the following eight branches.

1) CIVIL ENGINEERING
2) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
3) ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
4) CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY
5) AUTYOMOBILE TECHNOLOGY
6) COMPUTER ENGINEERING
7) INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
8) ELECTRONIC & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
INTRODUCTION
1. INTRODUCTION

1.1 WHAT IS STRATEGIC PLANNING?

Strategic planning is a future oriented continuous process of clarifying the Polytechnics


Mandate and Mission, analyzing its internal environment in terms of its strength and
weakness, its facilities processes and system and its external environment by identifying
opportunities and threads and to take action in consistent with its Mandate, Mission and
Goals.

1.2 STRATEGIC PLAN

Strategic plan is a document used to guide the actions of the polytechnic in order to
improve its performance. It relies on identifying and resolving issues.
Strategic planning emphasis the assessment of the environment outside and inside the
Polytechnic.Strategic planners views the vision of success representing qualitative shifts in
the right direction.
The plan includes
Brief description of the polytechnic
Mandate & Mission statement
Analysis of its strengths,weaknesses,opportunities and threads
Goals based on the mission and SWOT analysis with indicators of effectiveness
Objectives considering major issues and adapting appropriate strategic with measure
of success
Work plans and Action plans
Structures and procedures for implementation of plan

The strategic plan document also states the ways, means and procedures for monitoring
and updating it through terms of reference. It enables and organization to optimize its
resources and to maximize its performance and power through a bottom up approach.

1.3 CONSTITUTION OF STRATEGIC PLANNING GROUP


A strategic planning group of our Institution is given below.

SI.NO. THRUST AREA MANAGER BACKUP


1 PRINCIPAL MR.R.T.UDHAYAKUMAR
&COORDINATOR
2 STRATEGIC MR.R.BALACHANDER MR.R.RAMKUMAR
PLANNING
3 STAFF MRS.N.PUNITHAVANI MS.K.KALPANA
DEVELOPMENT
4 CONTINUING MR.A.RAMALINGAM MR.AN.ALAGAPPAN
EDUCATION
5 STUDENT SERVICES MR.M.SENTHILKUMAR MR.S.SRINIVASAN
6 INDUSTRY MR.G.SIVAKUMAR MR.R.ASHOKRAJ
INSTITUTE
INTERACTION
7 MANAGEMENT MR.R.RAVICHANDRAN MRS.D.NAGAJOTHI
INFORMATION
SYSTEM
8 WOMEN IN MS.J.SATHYA MS.T.PRIYADHARSHINI
DEVELOPMENT
MANDATE

2. MANDATE

2.1DEFINITION
Mandate is the brief description of what the polytechnic college must do and
permitted to do direct by the legitimate higher authorities in their formal & informal
statements, policies & communications.

MANDATE STATEMENT

Thanthai Roever Institute of Polytechnic college is a self financed, SO certified Co-


educational Technical Institution being authorized to offer full time Diploma courses for
secondary and post secondary students in 3 years and 2 years duration in various disciplines
of Engineering and Technology as per the prescribed norms, regulations and evaluation
system prescribed by DOTE, Chennai and State Government of Tamil Nadu.

The institution is governed by a registered charitable trust ST.JOHN SANGAM


TRUST.
MISSION

3. MISSION

3.1. DEFINITION
Mission refers to the organization purpose and values developed by the people within
the organization. The Polytechnic College Mission provides the social justification for the
existence of the Polytechnic college.

MISSION STATEMENT

Thanthai Roever Institute of Polytechnic College is to provide Skill based training to


the secondary and post secondary students in order to meet the present rapid changes in the
technical area. Using a highly flexible need based curriculum, economically affordable, non
formal educational and technical courses to the students and the rural community to face the
global changes.
SWOT ANANLYSIS

4. ANALYSIS OF INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL SCAN


4.1 INTRODUCTION

Analysis of environment of the Polytechnic College is essential for deciding


strategies. This is carried out by SWOT analysis.

4.2. SWOT ANALYSIS

SWOT is Strength, Weakness, Opportunities and Threads. It is the combination of


assessment of the Polytechnics internal strength and weakness and an assessment of
opportunities and threads posed by its external environment. It forms the framework for
strategic planning by helping the planners to identify and prioritize their goals based on the
mission and to further identify the issues involved in achieving those goals as well as
providing inputs for determining strategies to resolve the issues.

4.3. THE PROCESS

Opportunities and threads within the external environment were identified by


interviewing; discussing and surveying representative samples of the key stake holders of
TRIPC, Perambalur.The data and information were further analyzed and prioritized by
members of the SPG.
Strength and weakness within internal environment were similarly identified,
analyzed and prioritized. The following list summarized the most significant items as
determined by the SPG after all of the data and information collected.

4.4 SWOT SUMMARY

STRENGTHS

ISO Certified Institution

Silver Jubilee Celebrating Institution

Experienced Staff

Unpolluted Environments

Students Care & Counseling

Well Established HRD & Placement Cell

Excellent Staff Co-Ordination & Co-Operation

Very Good Intern Disciplinary Activities


Best Alumni Support

Full Fledged Infrastructure, Library & Laboratory Facilities

Good Industrial Rapport

Good Transport Facilities

Economical Fees Structure

Engineering Colleges in the same Premises

Department Store & Canteen Facilities

Internet Connection in Each Department

Good Support for Sports Activities

WEAKNESSES

Admitting Academically Poor Students

Inadequate Sanitation Facilities

Insufficient Drinking Water Facilities

Inadequate Staff Room Facilities

Insufficient Students Waiting Room

For away from Town

Fair Medical Facilities

No Bank Facilities & ATM Facility

Non Availability of Postal & Telecommunication Facility

OPPORTUNITY

More Industries around the Campus

Opportunities for Higher Studies

Placement Support for Alumni


THREATS

More Competent of Institutions Around our Polytechnic College

Lack of Awareness of Technical Education

Poor Pay Status of Parents

Industries Unwilling to train their Employees

Rapid Technological Growth


GOAL
5. GOAL
THRUST AREA: 1.CONTINUING EDUCATION

GOAL 1.1: ORGANIZE NEED BASED COURSES

GOAL STATEMENT INDICATORS OF EFFECTIVENESS


In order to face the every minute analyze the nseeded course
advancement of the present technically sound coordinator
world, our students technical knowledge has Find out course
to be improved to that world level. Prepare annual plan & budget
For this need based courses are to be List the courses and resource persons
conducted by Conduct and get the feedback
Organize need-based, tailor made
value added courses through
continuing education.

THRUST AREA: 1.STAFF DEVELOPMENT

GOAL 2.1: IMPROVE BASIC NEEDS OF STAFF MEMBERS

GOAL STATEMENT INDICATORS OF EFFECTIVENESS


To cope with the emerging needs of the Identify the requirements of staff
industries the students has to be developed by members
the staff members. If the congenial Permission from management
environment is arranged for them, their Plan and budget
delivering capability will improve. Execute the work
For this the staff members basic needs are to be
improved by
Providing water facility
Providing vehicle parking facility
Sponsor staff members for seminars/
Workshop/conferences
THRUST AREA: 1. STUDENT SERVICES

GOAL 3.1: PROVIDE PHONE, INTERNET FACILITIES

GOAL STATEMENT INDICATORS OF EFFECTIVENESS


In the present communication world our Get the permission
students must communicate and know Identify the location and install
the present technical scenario of the Regularize rules and regulations
world. for the utilization
For this we will
Provide coin phone facilities
Provide internet facilities

GOAL 3.2: IMPROVE SPORTS FACILITIES

GOAL STATEMENT INDICATORS OF EFFECTIVENESS


Now a day, our students have to face so Plan and budget
many physical challenges. Get approval
For this we will Establish the sports courts
Establish different sports courts Coach the students
Provide special coachings

GOAL 3.2: PROVIDE CAREER GUIDANCE TO STUDENTS

GOAL STATEMENT INDICATORS OF EFFECTIVENESS


Today our students have the chance of Train our staff in career guidance
getting placement anywhere in the world, Plan and budget
for that additional guidance are required. Get the approval
For this we will Organize and get the feedback
Organize career guidance from the students
programs

THRUST AREA: 4.INDUSTRY INSITITUTE INTERACTION


GOAL 4.1: IMPROVE INDUSTRY INSTITUTE RELATIONSHIP.

GOAL STATEMENT INDICATORS OF EFFECTIVENESS


To update the knowledge of our students, Plan and budget
who are all going to be the employees for Get the approval
an industry (i.e.) employer, exposure to Execute joint venture programs
industries is more important. with industry
For this we will Feedback from trainers and
Arrange in plant training to our trainees
Students
Arrange industrial visit
Organize workshops/seminars for
students

THRUST AREA: 5.MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM

GOAL5.1: COMPUTERIZE ADMINISTRATIVE WORKS

GOAL STATEMENT INDICATORS OF EFFECTIVENESS


In the totally modernized world every data Constitute MIS committee
to be recorded in a computer system will Collect the necessary Data
help us to reduce our working time, man Develop software package
power, money and improve accuracy. Validate the package
For this we will Utilize the software
Computerize students attendance Train the staff
Computerize examination process
Computerize inventory control
Train the staff

THRUST AREA: 6.WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT


GOAL6.1: DEVELOP WOMENS BASIC NEEDS

GOAL STATEMENT INDICATORS OF EFFECTIVENESS


In the present world, women involvement Plan and budget
is more than 50% in the developing Get the approval
activities. Establish the amenities
If we provide congenial atmosphere to Organize the programs
them the overall development will boost
up.
For this we will
Enhance sanitation facilities
Provide rest room
Organize Awareness programs
OBJECTIVES

THRUST AREA: 1.CONTINUING EDUCATION

GOAL 1.1: ORGANIZE NEED BASED COURSES


OBJECTIVES: 1.1.1. PLAN & CONDUCT CON-ED PROGRAMS
OBJECTIVE STATEMENT MEASURE OF SUCCESS
To improve internal revenue generation Survey the needs of students &
,survey , plan & conduct need based con-ed society.
Identify the courses , resource persons
programs under the con-ed cell after getting
& co-coordinators
approval from the management & DOTE in
Prepare syllabus, course material, fees
the campus and extension centers for the
structure, schedule & MOU with
students and society, feasibly & regularly
external agencies
throughout the year. Conduct courses
Get the feedback from the participants
& resource persons

THRUST AREA: 2.STAFF DEVELOPMENT

GOAL 2.1: IMPROVE BASIC NEEDS OF STAFF MEMBERS


OBJECTIVES: 2.1.1. PROVIDE SUFFICIENT WATER SUPPLY
OBJECTIVE STATEMENT MEASURE OF SUCCESS
Organize AMENITY SERVICE CELL by Identify the water resource near the
the guidelines of the chairman & principal campus
Plan & budget
will establish nonstop & sufficient water
Get approval from management
service from the new water resources Implement the process
available nearby the institution which will be
useful to the students & staff members, by
the end of 2010.

THRUST AREA: 2.STAFF DEVELOPMENT

GOAL 2.1: IMPROVE BASIC NEEDS OF STAFF MEMBERS

OBJECTIVES: 2.1.2. TO INSTALL RO SYSTEM FOR DRINKING WATER


OBJECTIVE STATEMENT MEASURE OF SUCCESS
A Staff development committee comprising Plan & budget
Get approval from the management
of Principal, Staff development & backup
Purchase & install RO system
manager will make arrangements to install
RO system in the staff rooms which will be
useful to teaching& non teaching staff not
later than end of 2011.

THRUST AREA: 2.STAFF DEVELOPMENT

GOAL 2.1: IMPROVE BASIC NEEDS OF STAFF MEMBERS


OBJECTIVES: 2.1.3. TO CONSTRUCT VEHICLE PARKING
OBJECTIVE STATEMENT MEASURE OF SUCCESS
To manage the increased vehicle menace in Plan & budget
Get approval from the management
the institution, allocate a separate place for
Locate & construct
parking vehicles & construct sheds for two The sheds
wheelers & four wheelers so that staff &
students will park their vehicles safely. The
construction will be done at the end of 2010.

THRUST AREA: 3.STUDENT SERVICES

GOAL 3.1: PROVIDE COMMUNICATION FACILITIES

OBJECTIVES: 3.1.1. TO PROVIDE PHONE & INTERNET FACILITIES

OBJECTIVE STATEMENT MEASURE OF SUCCESS


Students have to be given an effective Plan & budget
exposure to the current communication Get the approval from management
Purchase & install coin phones
system & updating the knowledge of students
Implement broad band connection
for enhancing their communicating ability for Collect feedback from students
this purpose student service manager &
backup with the guidance of chairman &
principal will install coin phones in students
canteen &co-operative stores & enhance the
internet facilities with broad band in all
departments & library within 6 months from
implementation of the strategic plan.

THRUST AREA: 3.STUDENT SERVICES

GOAL 3.2: IMPROVE SPORTS FACILITIES

OBJECTIVES: 3.2.1.TO IMPROVE SPORTS ACTIVITIES OF THE STUDENTS

OBJECTIVE STATEMENT MEASURE OF SUCCESS


To improve the sports activities of the Identify sports interested students
Plan & budget
students, develop the sports facilities like
Maintain the playground
playground & sports arena & coach the Coach regularly
List out the prize winners
students regularly in the evening & leisure
time.

THRUST AREA: 3.STUDENT SERVICES

GOAL 3.3: PROVIDE CAREER GUIDANCE TO STUDENTS


OBJECTIVES: 3.3.1. TO ORGANIZE CAREER GUIDANCE PROGRAMS

OBJECTIVE STATEMENT MEASURE OF SUCCESS


In order to motivate the students to Schedule the programs
Identify the resource persons
identify their latent& innovative
Plan & budget
potentials improve the personality, Get the approval from the
provide relevant training to them. For this principal
Conduct programs
student service cell will organize seminars
Get the feedback from students
& soft skill training programs twice in the
semester.

THRUST AREA: 4.INDUSTRY INSITITUTE INTERACTION

GOAL 4.1: IMPROVE INDUSTRY INSTITUTE RELATIONSHIP.


OBJECTIVES: 4.1.1. COSTITUTE INDUSTRY INSTITUTE APEX COMMITTEE

OBJECTIVE STATEMENT MEASURE OF SUCCESS


To faster the cordial, close & healthy List & approach
the industries
rapport with the industrial world for
Form APEX committee
mutual benefits, III cell will establish an Convene meetings
APEX body constituting representatives
both from industries & the institute by
the end of 2010.

THRUST AREA: 4.INDUSTRY INSITITUTE INTERACTION

GOAL 4.1: IMPROVE INDUSTRY INSTITUTE RELATIONSHIP

OBJECTIVES: 4.1.2. TO ARRANGE IN-PLANT TRAININGS & INDUSTRIAL

VISITS

OBJECTIVE STATEMENT MEASURE OF SUCCESS


In order to give the students an Schedule & budget
Get the Approval from the
effective exposure to the current
management
industrial climate, updating the
Get permission from the
knowledge & enhancing their
industries
employability III cell will arrange Arrange in-plant trainings &
periodical in-plant trainings & industrial industrial visits
visits to the students twice the semester. Collect feedback from students

THRUST AREA: 4.INDUSTRY INSITITUTE INTERACTION

GOAL 4.1: IMPROVE INDUSTRY INSTITUTE RELATIONSHIP.

OBJECTIVES: 4.1.3. TO ARRANGE CAMPUS INTERVIEWS

OBJECTIVE STATEMENT MEASURE OF SUCCESS


In order to make the students List the industries willing to
economically independent & self reliant, conduct campus interviews
List the data of eligible students
III cell will seek the help & co-operation
branch wise
of the industries and arrange campus
Schedule & Arrange campus
interviews for the final year & passed out
interviews.
students during January & February of No. of students placed
every year.

THRUST AREA: 5.MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM

GOAL 5.1: COMPUTERIZE ADMINISTRATIVE WORKS


OBJECTIVES: 5.1.1. TO ENHANCE STANDARD OF EXAM CELL

OBJECTIVE STATEMENT MEASURE OF SUCCESS


To enhance the software used in List the shortcomings of the
examination works develop modified existing software
Collect relevant data & system
software for the board examination April
Develop new software
2010.

THRUST AREA: 5.MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM

GOAL 5.1: COMPUTERIZE ADMINISTRATIVE WORKS


OBJECTIVES: 5.1.3. TO UPDATE COMPUTER KNOWLEDGE OF STAFF

OBJECTIVE STATEMENT MEASURE OF SUCCESS


To provide Computer literacy program Schedule & identify topics &
MIS will conduct Faculty Development resource persons
Collect feedback from the
Program once in semester.
participants & resource persons

THRUST AREA: 6.WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT


GOAL6.1: DEVELOP WOMENS BASIC NEEDS
OBJECTIVES: 6.1.1. ORGANIZE WOMEN DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

OBJECTIVE STATEMENT MEASURE OF SUCCESS


To meet out the welfare of women staff & Get permission from the principal
Form WDC
students and represent the grievances to the
Frame norms
management, WID will organize women
development committee(WDC)
Comprising of women staff & students from
all departments.WDC will meet once in a
month.

THRUST AREA: 6.WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT

GOAL 6.1: DEVELOP WOMENS BASIC NEEDS


OBJECTIVES: 6.1.2.TO PROVIDE SEPARATE REST ROOM AND HYGENIC
SANITATION FACILITIES

OBJECTIVE STATEMENT MEASURE OF SUCCESS


To rectify the inconvenience of the women Get permission from the principal
Plan & budget
staff & students, WID will through proper
Construct rest rooms & toilets
channel arrange separate rest rooms and
hygienic toilets with in the end of 2010.

THRUST AREA :6.WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT

GOAL6.1: DEVELOP WOMENS BASIC NEEDS


OBJECTIVES: 6.1.4.TO PROVIDE AWARENESS PROGRAMS

OBJECTIVE STATEMENT MEASURE OF SUCCESS


To improve the mental strength of the Identify the topics & resource
women staff & students, WID will organize persons
Schedule & budget
yoga & meditation classes, awareness
Conduct programs
programs twice in a month. Collect feedback

ACTION PLAN
ACTION PLAN 1

THRUST AREA: 1.CONTINUING EDUCATION

Strategic Goal: 1.1ORGANIZE NEED BASED COURSES


Objective: 1.1.1. PLAN & CONDUCT CON-ED PROGRAMS
Action Leader: Mr.R.Ramalingam, AN.Alagappan
Standard/Measures Effectiveness Indicators

SI. Task Who Start Finish Resources


No
1. Prepare annual budget CEM June2010 June2010 Human,
June2011 June2011 Finance,
Stationery,
Computer

2. Prepare course broucher CEM Feb2010 Feb2010 Human,


Finance,
Stationery,
Computer

3. Prepare course material Course June2010 June2010 Human,


Co- June2011 June2011 Finance,
ordinator Stationery,
Computer

4. Get approval from the PRL, July2010 July2010 Human


management July2011 July2011

5. Organize programs Course June2010 Mar2011 Human,


Co- June2011 Mar2012 Finance,
ordinator Stationery,
Computer

6. Review programs PRL Mar2011 Mar2011 Human,


Mar2012 Mar2012 stationery

ACTION PLAN - 2
THRUST AREA: 2.STAFF DEVELOPMENT

Strategic Goal: 2.1: IMPROVE BASIC NEEDS OF STAFF MEMBERS

Objective: 2.1.1. PROVIDE SUFFICIENT WATER SUPPLY

Action Leader: Mrs.N.Punithavani, Ms.K.Kalpana

Standard/Measures Effectiveness Indicators

SI. Task Who Start Finish Resources


No
1. Asses the SDC June2010 June2010 Stationery,
requirement for June2011 June2011 Human
water supply

Planning &
2. budget SDC, July2010 July2010 Stationery,
Civil Eng. July2011 July2011 Human

Management
3. approval SDC, Aug2010 Aug2010 Human
Principal Aug2010 Aug2011
Identify the
4. location SDC March2010 March2010 Human
March2011 March2011
Work process
5. Civil Eng. June2010 June2010 Human,
June2011 June2011 finance
ACTION PLAN - 3
THRUST AREA: 2.STAFF DEVELOPMENT

Strategic Goal: 2.1: IMPROVE BASIC NEEDS OF STAFF MEMBERS

Objective: 2.1.2. TO INSTALL RO SYSTEM FOR DRINKING WATER

Action Leader: Mrs.N.Punithavani, Ms.K.Kalpana

Standard/Measures Effectiveness Indicators:

SI. Task Who Start Finish Resources


No
1. Assess the SDC June2011 June2011 Stationery,
requirement for Human
water supply

2. Planning & budget SDC, July2011 July2011 Stationery,


Civil Eng. Human

3. Management SDC, Aug2011 Aug2011 Human


approval Principal

4. Identify the area SDC, Aug2011 Aug2011 Stationery,


Principal Human

5. Work process SDC, March2012 March2012 Human


Civil Eng. June2012 June2012
ACTION PLAN - 4
THRUST AREA: 2.STAFF DEVELOPMENT

Strategic Goal: 2.1: IMPROVE BASIC NEEDS OF STAFF MEMBERS

Objective: 2.1.3. TO CONSTRUCT VEHICLE PARKING

Action Leader: Mrs.N.Punithavani, Ms.K.Kalpana

Standard/Measures Effectiveness Indicators:

SI. Task Who Start Finish Resources


No
1. Assess the SDM June2010 June2010 Stationery,
requirement for Human
vehicle parking

2. Meet the principal & SDM July2010 July2010 Human


inform him about
the necessity of
vehicle parking

3. Inform the Principal, Aug2010 Aug2010 Stationery,


management & get SDM Human
their approval

4. Plan,budget& locate SDM Aug2010 Aug2010 Stationery,


area Human
5. Construct the Management Aug2010 Aug2011 Finance,
vehicle parking Human

ACTION PLAN 5

THRUST AREA: 3.STUDENT SERVICES

Strategic Goal: 3.1: PROVIDE COMMUNICATION FACILITIES

Objective: 3.1.1. TO PROVIDE PHONE & INTERNET FACILITIES

Action Leader: Mr.M.Senthilkumar, Mr.S.Srinivasan

Standard/Measures Effectiveness Indicators

SI. Task Who Start Finish Resources


No
1. Convene meeting Principal June2010 June2010 Human,
with all HODs to SSC Stationery,
discuss the Computer,
feasibility to keep Finance
internet center &
phone

2. Guidelines & budget Principal, June2010 June2010 Human,


SSC Stationery,
Finance
Get the approval
3. from the Principal, July2010 July2010 Human,
management SSC Stationery
Keep the internet
center
4. Call for & scrutinize Principal, Aug2010 Aug2010 Human,
Quotation SSC Stationery

5. Install Coin phone, Expert Feb2011 Feb2011 Human,


internet Stationery,
Finance

ACTION PLAN - 6

THRUST AREA: 3.STUDENT SERVICES

Strategic Goal: 3.2: IMPROVE SPORTS FACILITIES

Objective: 3.2.1.TO IMPROVE SPORTS ACTIVITIES OF THE STUDENTS

Action Leader: Mr.M.Senthilkumar, Mr.S.Srinivasan

Standard/Measures Effectiveness Indicators

SI. Task Who Start Finish Resources


No
1. Identify & Organize Principal June2010 June2010 Human,
the sports student SSM June2011 June2011 Stationery
meeting

2. Planning & budget Principal July2010 July2010 Human,


AL Stationery

3. Get the approval Principal Aug2010 Aug2010 Human


from the AL
management

4. Get the quotation Principal Sep2010 Sep2010 Human,


from the sports AL Stationery
Company

5. Choose the Principal Oct2010 Oct2010 Human,


quotation & give the SSM Stationery,
order & purchase Finance
6. Conduct coaching AL,PD Dec2010 Mar2011 Human,
June2011 Mar2012 Stationery

7. Collect feedback AL,SSM Mar2011 Mar2011 Human,


Mar2012 Mar2012 Stationery

ACTION PLAN - 7

THRUST AREA: 3.STUDENT SERVICES

Strategic Goal: 3.3: PROVIDE CAREER GUIDANCE TO STUDENTS

Objective: 3.3.1. TO ORGANIZE CAREER GUIDANCE PROGRAMS

Action Leader: Mr.M.Senthilkumar, Mr.S.Srinivasan

Standard/Measures Effectiveness Indicators

SI. Task Who Start Finish Resources


No
1. Prepare budget & Principal Feb2010 Feb2010 Human,
get the approval SSM Feb2011 Feb2011 Stationery
from management
Seminar

2. Organize Principal Mar2010 Feb2011 Human,


Personality SSM Mar2011 Feb2012 Stationery,
development & soft Finance
skill
programs

3. Get feedback SSM Feb2011 Feb2011 Human,


Feb2012 Feb2012 Stationery
ACTION PLAN - 8

THRUST AREA: 4.INDUSTRY INSITITUTE INTERACTION

Strategic Goal: 4.1: IMPROVE INDUSTRY INSTITUTE RELATIONSHIP

Objective: 4.1.1. TO ARRANGE IN-PLANT TRAININGS & INDUSTRIAL VISITS

Action Leader: Mr.G.Sivakumar, Mr.R.Ashokraj

Standard/Measures Effectiveness Indicators

SI. Task Who Start Finish Resources


No
1. Prepare list of IIIM Dec2009 Dec2009 Human,
students for HODS June2010 June2010 Stationery
industrial visit & In
plant training

2. Prepare list of Principal Jan2010 Jan2010 Human,


industries for visit & IIIM July2011 July2011 Stationery
In plant training

3. Correspond with Principal Feb2010 Feb2010 Human,


Industries for IIIM june2011 June2011 Stationery
permission

4. Get response from Principal Feb2010 Feb2010 Human,


Industries & confirm IIIM June2011 March2012 Stationery
for visit & In plant
training

5. Organize Industrial Principal Feb2010 May2010 Human,


Visits & In plant IIIM June2011 May2012 Stationery
training Finance

6. Get Feedback IIIM May 2010 May 2010 Human,


May2012 May 2012 Stationery
ACTION PLAN - 9

THRUST AREA: 4.INDUSTRY INSITITUTE INTERACTION

Strategic Goal: 4.1: IMPROVE INDUSTRY INSTITUTE RELATIONSHIP

Objective: 4.1.2. COSTITUTE INDUSTRY INSTITUTE APEX COMMITTEE

Action Leader: Mr.G.Sivakumar, Mr.R.Ashokraj

Standard/Measures Effectiveness Indicators

SI. Task Who Start Finish Resources


No
1. Convene Meeting Principal June2010 June2010 Human,
to select the IIIM Stationery
industries with HODs
HOD`S

2. Collect and update Principal July2010 July2010 Human,


list of industries IIIM Stationery
HODs

3. Convene meeting Principal July2010 July2010 Human,


with representatives IIIM Stationery
from the industries HODs
and institution
ACTION PLAN - 10

THRUST AREA: 4.INDUSTRY INSITITUTE INTERACTION

Strategic Goal: 4.1: IMPROVE INDUSTRY INSTITUTE RELATIONSHIP

Objective: 4.1.3. TO ARRANGE CAMPUS INTERVIEWS

Action Leader: Mr.G.Sivakumar, Mr.R.Ashokraj

Standard/Measures Effectiveness Indicators

SI. Task Who Start Finish Resources


No
1. Prepare list of Principal Feb2010 Feb2010 Human,
industries to be IIIM Stationery
contacted HODs

2. Prepare list of IIIM March2010 March2010 Human,


eligible passed out HODs Stationery
& Final year
students

3. Correspond with Principal Feb2011 Feb2011 Human,


industries and IIIM Feb 2012 Feb2012 Stationery,
organize campus HODs Finance
interviews

4. Status of the placed IIIM March2011 March2011 Human,


students March2012 March2012 Stationery
ACTION PLAN 11

THRUST AREA: 5.MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM

Strategic Goal: 5.1: COMPUTERIZE ADMINISTRATIVE WORKS

Objective: 5.1.1. TO ENHANCE THE STANDARD OF EXAMINATION CELL

Action Leader: Mr.R.Ravichandran, Ms.D.Nagajothi

Standard/Measures Effectiveness Indicators

SI. Task Who Start Finish Resources


No
1. Identify the area for MISM Jan2010 Jan2010 Human, Stationery,
enhancement in Computer
Board examination
cell

2. Prepare plan & MISM Feb2010 Feb2010 Human, Stationery,


budget Computer

3. Get approval from PRL Mar2010 Mar2010 Human, Stationery,


the principal Computer

4. Collect data MISM Apr2010 June2010 Human, computer,


Stationery

5. Develop the software MISM Aug2010 Nov2010 Human, computer,


Stationery

6. Apply the Software PRL, Nov2010 Nov2010 Human, computer,


in board examination MISM Stationery

7. Review & Enhance PRL, Dec2010 Mar2011 Human, computer,


MISM Stationery
ACTION PLAN 12

THRUST AREA: 5.MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM

Strategic Goal: 5.1: COMPUTERIZE ADMINISTRATIVE WORKS

Objective: 5.1.2. TO UPDATE COMPUTER KNOWLEDGE OF STAFF

Action Leader: Mr.R.Ravichandran, Ms.D.Nagajothi

Standard/Measures Effectiveness Indicators

SI. Task Who Start Finish Resources


No
1. Survey the needs IIIM Feb2010 Mar2010 Human, Stationery,
Computer

2. Plan & Schedule& Principal, Apr2010 Apr2010 Human, Stationery,


Get permission from IIIM Computer
principal

3. Collect list of Principal, Apr2010 Apr2010 Human, Stationery,


participants IIIM,HODs Computer

4. Conduct computer Resource June2011 Mar2012 Human,Stationery,F


training person, inance,Computer
IIIM

5. Get feedback IIIM June2011 Mar2012 Human, Stationery,


Computer
ACTION PLAN - 13
THRUST AREA: 6.WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
Strategic Goal: 6.1: DEVELOP WOMENS BASIC NEEDS

Objective: 6.1.1. ORGANIZE WOMEN DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

Action Leader: Ms.J.Sathya & Ms.T.Priyadharshini

Standard/Measures Effectiveness Indicators

SI. Task Who Start Finish Resources


No
1. Identify & organize WIDM Jan2010 Jan2010 Human,
the committee Stationery
members

2. Get the permission Principal, Jan2010 Jan2010 Human,


from principal WIDM Stationery

3. Form the committee Principal, Feb2010 Feb2010 Human,


WIDM Stationery

4. Frame the norms Principal, Feb2010 Feb2010 Human,


WIDM Stationery

5. Convene Meeting Principal, June2010 Mar2011 Human,


WIDM,WDC Stationery
ACTION PLAN 14

THRUST AREA: 6.WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT

Strategic Goal: 6.1: DEVELOP WOMENS BASIC NEEDS

Objective: 6.1.2.TO PROVIDE SEPARATE REST ROOMS AND HYGENIC


SANITATION FACILITIES

Action Leader: Ms.J.Sathya & Ms.T.Priyadharshini

Standard/Measures Effectiveness Indicators

SI. Task Who Start Finish Resources


No
1. Get the permission Principal, Feb2010 Feb2010 Human,
from principal WIDM Stationery

2. Plan & budget Principal, Feb2010 Feb2010 Human,


WIDM, Stationery
Civil Engg.

3. Get the permission Principal, Mar2010 Feb2010 Human,


from management WIDM Stationery

4. Identify the location Principal, May2010 May2010 Human,


WIDM Stationery

5. Construct the Rest Experts Jan2011 June2011 Human,


rooms, toilets Stationery,
Finance
ACTION PLAN 15

THRUST AREA: 6.WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT

Strategic Goal: 6.1: DEVELOP WOMENS BASIC NEEDS

Objective: 6.1.3.TO PROVIDE AWARENESS PROGRAMS

Action Leader: Ms.J.Sathya & Ms.T.Priyadharshini

Standard/Measures Effectiveness Indicators

SI. Task Who Start Finish Resources


No
1. Identify the programs WIDM Feb2010 Feb2010 Human,
Stationery

2. Plan & budget WIDM,Principal Feb2010 Feb2010 Human,


Stationery

3. Get permission from Principal Mar2010 Mar2010 Human,


the principal WIDM Stationery

4. Identify & organize the WDC,WIDM, June2010 Mar2011 Human,


programs Resource person June2011 Mar2012 Stationery, Finance

5. Collect feedback from WDC June2010 Mar2011 Human,


participant June2011 Mar2012 Stationery,
WORK PLAN-1

THRUST AREA: 1.CONTINUING EDUCATION

S. period
NO. OBJECTIVES
2010-2011 2011
J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O N
1. 1.1.1. PLAN & X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
CONDUCT CON-ED
PROGRAMS

WORK PLAN-2

THRUST AREA: 2.STAFF DEVELOPMENT

S. Period
NO. OBJECTIVES
2010-2011 201
J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O N
1. 2.1.1.PROVIDE O O O
SUFFICIENT WATER
SUPPLY
2. 2.1.2. TO INSTALL RO O O O
SYSTEM FOR
DRINKING WATER
3. 2.1.3.TO CONSTRUCT O O O O
VEHICLE PARKING
WORK PLAN-3

THRUST AREA: 3.STUDENT SERVICES

S. Period
NO. OBJECTIVES
2010-2011
J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S
1. 3.1.1. TO PROVIDE O O O O
PHON & INTERNET
FACILITIES
2. 3.2.1.TO IMPROVE R R R R R R R R
SPORTS ACTIVITIES
OF THE STUDENTS
3. 3.3.1. TO ORGANIZE R R R
CAREER
GUIDANCE
PROGRAMS

WORK PLAN-4

THRUST AREA: 4.INDUSTRY INSITITUTE INTERACTION

S. period
NO. OBJECTIVES
2010-2011
J J A S O N D J F M A M J
1. 4.1.1.TO ARRANGE IN-PLANT R R R R R R R R R R R R R
TRAININGS & INDUSTRIAL
VISITS
2. 4.1.2. COSTITUTE INDUSTRY O O
INSTITUTE APEX COMMITTEE
3. 4.1.3.TO ARRANGE CAMPUS R R
INTERVIEWS

WORK PLAN-5

THRUST AREA: 5.MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM

Peri
S. OBJECTIVES
NO. 2010-2011
J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M
1. 5.1.1. TO ENHANCE THE O O O O O O
STANDARD OF
EXAMINATION CELL
2. 5.1.2. TO UPDATE R R R R
COMPUTER KNOWLEDGE
OF STAFF

WORK PLAN-6

THRUST AREA: 6.WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT

S. p
NO. OBJECTIVES
2010-2011
J F M A M J J A S O N D J F
1. 6.1.1. ORGANIZE WOMEN O O O O
DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
2. 6.1.2.TO PROVIDE SEPARATE REST O O O
ROOMS AND HYGENIC
SANITATION FACILITIES
3. 6.1.3.TO PROVIDE AWARENESS R R R
PROGRAMS
O ONE TIME ACTIVITY

R REPEATED ACTIVITY

X ON GOING ACTIVITY