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IQAC

Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC)

IQAC of Chettinad Academy of Research and Education (CARE) was established with the objective to review and analyze the academic standards and performance indicators and form strategies to constantly improve the quality of higher education.

IQAC – Vision

To promote quality culture as the prime concern of Higher Education Institutions through institutionalizing and internalizing all the quality-enhancing and sustaining initiatives taken with internal and external support.

Objective

The primary aim of the IQAC is

To develop a mechanism to promote conscious, consistent and catalytic action plans to improve the academic and administrative performance of the institution.

To promote institutional quality enhancement and sustenance through the internalization of quality culture and institutionalization of the best practices.

Strategies

IQAC shall evolve a mechanism and procedures for

  • a) Ensuring timely, efficient and progressive performance of academic, administrative and financial units;

  • b) Adoption of relevant and quality academic and research programmes;

  • c) Ensuring equitable access to and affordability of academic programmes for various sections of the society;

  • d) Optimization and integration of modern methods of teaching and learning;

  • e) Ensuring credible assessment and evaluation processes;

  • f) Ensuring the proper allocation, adequacy and maintenance of support structure and services; and

  • g) Sharing of research findings and networking with other institutions in India and abroad


Functions

  • a) Development and application of quality benchmarks;

  • b) Setting parameters for various academic and administrative activities of the institution;

  • c) Facilitating the creation of a learner-centric environment conducive to quality education and faculty development to adopt the required knowledge and technology for participatory teaching and learning process;

  • d) Collection and analysis of feedback from all the stakeholders on quality-related institutional processes;

  • d) Dissemination of information on various quality parameters to all the stakeholders;

  • e) Organization of intra- and inter-institutional workshops and seminars on quality related themes and promotion of quality circles;

  • f) Documentation of various programmes/activities leading to quality improvement;

  • g) Acting as a nodal agency of the institution for coordinating quality-related activities, including adoption and dissemination of the best practices;

  • h) Development and maintenance of institutional database through MIS for the purpose of maintaining and enhancing institutional quality;

  • i) Periodical conduct of Academic and Administrative Audits along with their follow-up activities; and

  • j) Preparation and submission of the Annual Quality Assurance Report (AQAR) as per the guidelines and parameters of NAAC.

Benefits

IQAC will facilitate / contribute to

  • a) Ensuring clarity and focus in the institution’s march towards quality enhancement;

  • b) Ensuring internalization of quality culture;

  • b) Ensuring enhancement and coordination among the various units and activities of the institution and institutionalizing all good practices;

  • c) Providing a sound basis for decision-making to improve institutional functioning;

  • d) Acting as a dynamic system for quality changes in HEIs; and

  • e) Building a sound methodology for documentation and internal communication.

IQAC Organogram

NAAC Self Study Report – Cycle ll

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Volume Il

NAAC Self Study Report – Cycle llI

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Chettinad Academy of Research and Education

Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) Council members list

Sl.No IQAC Composition Name Designation
1 Chairperson Prof. Dr. Shantha Ravisankar Vice Chancellor, Chettinad Academy of Research and Education
2 Management Representative Ms.Jeyendrasaraswathi S Registrar, Chettinad Academy of Research and Education
3 Administrative Representative Dr. Jayakar Thomas Director Research, Chettinad Academy of Research and Education
4 Administrative Representative Dr. Nirupa S Controller of Examinations, Chettinad Academy of Research and Education
5 Administrative Representative Mr.Mohan R Finance Officer, Chettinad Academy of Research and Education
6 Administrative Representative Mr.Dhinakaran D Legal Officer, Chettinad Academy of Research and Education
7 Administrative Representative Mr.Manickam M Head Infrastructure, Chettinad Academy of Research and Education
8 Administrative Representative Mr. Sathish Kumar IT Head, Chettinad Academy of Research and Education
9 Administrative Representative Dr.Jagannathan N R Professor of Eminence, Dept. of Radiology, Chettinad Hospital & Research Institute
10 Administrative Representative Dr. Pitchai Balashanmugam K Dean, Chettinad Hospital & Research Institute
11 Administrative Representative Dr. Kumar Ebenezar Principal In-charge, Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, Chettinad Hospital & Research Institute
12 Administrative Representative Dr. Hepsibah Sharmil Principal, Chettinad College of Nursing
13 Administrative Representative Dr.Lakshmi K Professor & Dean In-charge, Chettinad School of Pharmaceutical Sciences
14 Administrative Representative Dr. Senthil P Professor & Dean In-charge, Chettinad School of Physiotherapy
15 Teacher Representative Dr. Anbarasi Professor, Physiology, Chettinad Hospital & Research Institute
16 Teacher Representative Dr.Priyadarshini shanmugam Professor & Head, Microbiology, Chettinad Hospital & Research Institute
17 Teacher Representative Dr.Maignana Kumar R Associate Professor, Pharmacology, Chettinad Hospital & Research Institute
18 Teacher Representative Ar.Vaidyanathan K Associate Professor, Chettinad School of Architecture
19 Teacher Representative Ms. Ruchi Sinha Associate Professor, Chettinad School of Law
20 Teacher Representative Dr.Shoba Narayan Associate Professor, Chettinad Hospital & Research Institute
21 Teacher Representative Dr. Abinaya Assistant Professor, Pharmacology, Chettinad Hospital & Research Institute
22 Teacher Representative Dr. Jasmine Assistant Professor, Community Medicine, Chettinad Hospital & Research Institute
23 Student Ms. Mrinalini Student, Chettinad Hospital & Research Institute
24 Alumni Dr.Rajesh Kannan S Assistant Professor, Community Medicine, Chettinad Hospital & Research Institute
25 Nominee from local society / Nominee from Employers Dr.Rajesh P Principal, Chettinad Dental College & Research Institute
26 Industrialists / stakeholders / Nominee from Employers Dr. Balasubramanian T Former Vice Chancellor, Chettinad Academy of Research and Education
27 Industrialists / stakeholders Dr. Ananathakrishanan Sivaraman Consultant Urologist, Uro Oncologist & Robotic Surgeon, CURI Hospital, Chennai
28 Deputy Director – IQAC Dr. Ahamed Basha Abdul Bari Professor, Physiology, Chettinad Hospital & Research Institute
29 Director – IQAC Dr.Arun Kumar R Vice Principal & Professor, Pharmacology, Chettinad Hospital & Research Institute

IQAC Programs

S.No. Date Theme Category
1 05.09.2012 Choice Based Credit System Teaching-Learning & Evaluation
MCI Vision 2020
Curricular reforms in Nursing Education
“Outreach – A Catalyst towards Improved Educational Outcomes”- A NAAC sponsored national seminar
2 28.09.2012 Tapping potential at source–Towards Quality in Higher Education Outreach and extension
Quality Indicators for Effective Outreach Activities
29.09.2012 Corporate Social Responsibility–Towards Quality in Higher Education
Relevance of Outreach in Enhancing Quality in Health Science Institutions
Examination Reforms & Evaluation Tools
3 16.07.2013 Examination system: Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow Teaching-Learning & Evaluation
Formative Vs Summative assessment: Need of the hour
4 March 2013 Academic and Administrative Audit
5 16.08.2013 &

17.08.2013

Basic Research Methodology Course–“Writing a study protocol” & “Dissertation Writing” Research
6 07.09.2013 IQAC, MEU, Dept. of Pharmacology conduct one day workshop on “How to read a paper in a journal” Research
7 22.01.2014 to

23.01.2014

Sensitization of Faculty and Students on scope and Potential for Extramural Research Funding Research
8 June 2014 Academic and Administrative Audit
9 28.8.2014 Seminar cum workshop on Plagiarism Research
10 20.11.2014 Seminar on Effective Mentorship Program Research
11 15.12.2014 Disaster awareness program Disaster preparedness
12 19 & 20.03 2015 Academic and Administrative Audit
13 23.3.2015 Examination and Evaluation Reforms In Health Sciences Examination & Evaluation
14 23.7.2015 Practicing the uncertain art Teaching-Learning & Evaluation
15 10.10.2015 Ranking of Institutions and accreditations Best Practice
16 19.8.2016 Kaizen Governance
17 27.01.2017 Kaizen workshop Governance
18 10.04.2017 Quality of Research Publications Research
19 12.04.2017 Disaster Management Capacity Building Leadership and management
20 08.06.2017 IPR & Patent Workshop Research
21 07.07.2017 Best Practices of an Academic Institution Best Practices
22 16.7.2017 Digital Initiatives – Swayam, NPTEL, NAD, vlab, etc Teaching-Learning & Evaluation
23 20.07.2017
24 28.07.2017
25 Oct – Nov 2017 Academic and Administrative Audit
26 20.12.2017 Seminar on Scientific Proposal Writing Research
27 6th & 7th April 2019 Seminar cum workshop on e-Learning Teaching-Learning & Evaluation
28 24.10.2018 Clues for Anticancer Leads from Ocean Derived Molecules–A Long Road Ahead Research
Current Trends in Skill Development Curriculum
29 14-15th Dec 2018 Quality Indicators and Benchmark for Health Science Institutions All criteria
30 06.09.2019 Workshop on Learning outcome-oriented Course Design Teaching-Learning & Evaluation
31 27.09.2018 Faculty Development Initiative for mapping of course outcome through internal assessment criteria Teaching-Learning & Evaluation
32 11.10.2018 Design of Value added programs for better placement Opportunities Curricular Aspects
33 24.10.2018 OMICS advancements in lifestyle diseases- Diabetes Research
34 Novel drug delivery system- case studies Research
35 Clues for Anticancer Leads from Ocean Derived Molecules–A Long Road Ahead Research
36 02.11.2018 Precision Medicine: Does proper diagnosis of Diabetes make a difference in therapy? Research
37 17.11.2018 Women Empowerment Institutional Values
38 10-11 Dec 2018 External – Academic and Administrative Audit
39 14-15 Dec 2018 National Conference on Quality Indicators and Benchmarks for Health Science Institutions All Criteria
40 10.01.2019 Seminar on Tools for E- Learning content development Teaching-Learning & Evaluation
41 25.01.2019 Gender Equity under Indian Constitution Institutional Values
42 31.01.2019 Workshop on applying Blooms Taxonomy on Question paper setting Teaching-Learning & Evaluation
43 7- 9 Feb 2019 Evolving Trends In Learning Physiology Research
44 15.02.2019 Seminar on Feedback from stakeholders as an indirect measure of attainment Curricular Aspects
45 07.03.2019 Tools for automating Student Satisfaction Survey Teaching-Learning & Evaluation
46 04.04.2019 Workshop on Sensitization of clinicians on availability of Extra Mural funding for research Research, Innovations & Extension
47 11.04.2019 Interactive session on Facing your first interview Student Support & Progression
48 18.04.2019 Seminar for students on Service with Empathy Student Support & Progression
49 24.04.2019 Sensitization on New RAF of NAAC All Criteria
50 25.04.2019 Environment Friendly ecosystem – Student Sensitization Program Institutional Values
51 30.04.2019 Workshop on Capacity Building Governance, Leadership and Management
52 02.05.2019 Seminar on sensitization on Intellectual Property Rights for researchers Research, Innovations & Extension
53 10.05.2019 Workshop – Scientific writing for Research Scholars and faculties Research, Innovations & Extension
54 17.05.2019 Motivational Talk on Life Long Learning Student Support & Progression
55 06.06.2019 Workshop on sensitization of students on SWAYAM Online Courses Infrastructure & Learning Resources
56 13.06.2019 Coaching program for PG NEET Examination Student Support & Progression
57 17-19 June 2019 Curriculum Implementation Support Program in CHRI Curricular Aspects
58 20.06.2019 Management and Leadership Program for Clinicians and Scientists Governance, Leadership and Management
59 27.06.2019 Seminar on Quality of Research Publication and Plagiarism Research, Innovations & Extension
60 2-3 July 2019 Internal Academic Audit
61 04.07.2019 Coaching Program for CSIR UGC NET Examination Student Support & Progression
62 15.07.2019 Workshop on Bridging the gap – Industry and Institute Student Support & Progression
63 26.07.2019 Seminar on Alumni Engagement for Enriching Academic Outcome Student Support & Progression
64 7.08.2019 Workshop on Scientific Research Writing Research, Innovations & Extension
65 14.08.2019 Seminar on Experiential & Outcome Based Learning Teaching-Learning & Evaluation
66 21.08.2019 Session on Soft Skills & Effective Communication Curricular Aspects
67 28.08.2019 Seminar on Leadership & Management in Education Governance, Leadership and Management
68 12.09.2019 Workshop on NAAC Revised Accreditation Framework All Criteria
69 13.09.2019 IQAC internal Seminar on opportunities for Health Sciences Institutions in SWAYAM Curricular Aspects
70 17.09.2019 Workshop on AQAR Submission with Reference to New Guidelines of NAAC All Criteria
71 25.09.2019 Session on strategies for Transforming Libraries Infrastructure & Learning Resources
72 10.10.2019 Workshop on Recent Trends in Teaching & Research Teaching-Learning & Evaluation; Research, Innovations & Extension
73 23.10.2019 IQAC Essay Writing Competition on Performance of the Institution (CARE) in One Area Distinctive to its Policy & Thrust Institutional Values and Best Practices
74 23.10.2019 IQAC Essay Writing Competition on Best Practices Successfully Implemented at CARE Institutional Values and Best Practices
75 31.10.2019 Session on Total Quality Management & its Application to Education Sector Governance, Leadership & Management
76 5.11.2019 Workshop on Vision Building of an Organisation Governance, Leadership & Management
77 6.11.2019 Training Program on Good Clinical Practices Research, Innovations & Extension
78 12.11.2019 Workshop on Sensitizing Clinicians & Biomedical Researchers on Intellectual Property Rights Research, Innovations & Extension
79 14.11.2019 IQAC Workshop on NIRF Governance, Leadership & Management
80 27.11.2019 Session on Enhancing Writing Skills on Idea Generation for Budding Entrepreneurs Research, Innovations & Extension
81 5.12.2019 Training Session on Use of E-Resources for Effective E-Learning Infrastructure & Learning Resources
82 12.12.2019 Workshop on Industry-Academia Collaboration for Skill Development & Industrial Training Research, Innovations & Extension
83 17.12.2019 Seminar on Mapping Attainment with Learning Outcome Based Curriculum Teaching-Learning & Evaluation
84 23.12.2019 Seminar on Challenges on Curriculum Design & Development for Health Sciences Institutions Curricular Aspects
85 9.01.2020 Workshop on Evaluation and Grading Methods Teaching-Learning & Evaluation
86 17.01.2020 Training Session on Enhancing Research Output and Collaboration Research, Innovations & Extension
87 22.01.2020 Interactive Session on Effective Mentorship Skills Teaching-Learning & Evaluation
88 28.01.2020 Seminar on “How to use ICT Tools for Effective Learning” Teaching-Learning & Evaluation,

Infrastructure & Learning Resources

89 5.02.2020 Interactive Session on Self Management & Gender Sensitization Institutional Values and Best Practices
90 14.02.2020 IQAC Workshop on CO PO Mapping Teaching-Learning & Evaluation
91 20.02.2020 Workshop on Enhancing Participatory Learning Teaching-Learning & Evaluation
92 27.02.2020 Session on Exam Reforms in Health Science Universities Teaching-Learning & Evaluation
93 27.02.2020-5.03.2020 Personality Development Program (Train-the-Trainer) Governance, Leadership & Management
94 1.03.2020 IQAC Workshop on NAAC All Criteria
95 6.03.2020 Indian Green Building Certification Workshop Infrastructure & Learning Resources
96 12.03.2020 Session on Improving Personal Interview Skills Student Support & Progression
97 16.03.2020 Invited Talk on Essential Management Skills for Emerging Leaders in Education Industry Governance, Leadership & Management

Report of Quality Assurance Initiatives of

Chettinad Academy of Research and Education (CARE) during the last 5 years

The consistent search for excellence in education, patient care and research as earned Chettinad Academy of Research and Education with many accreditations, recognitions, memberships and awards. Notable among them are:

2015-16

Sl. No. Subject
1 NABL Certificate of Accreditation in the field of Medical Testing at Chettinad Hospital and Research Institute from 26.10.2015 to 24.09.2017
2 NAAC Certificate from 16.11.2015 to 15.11.2020 – ‘A’ Grade with 3.10 point scale
3 NIRF Ranking 2016 – 100th Best University
4 Audited Annual Report 2015-16

2016-17

Sl. No. Subject
1 NIRF Ranking 2017 : University Ranking (101 to 150 band)
2 Association of Indian Universities Annual Membership
3 Audited Annual Report 2016-17

2017-18

Sl. No. Subject
1 NABL Certificate of Accreditation in the field of Medical Testing at Chettinad Hospital and Research Institute from 18.12.2017 to 17.12.2019
2 NIRF Ranking 2018 : University Ranking (151 to 200 band)
3 Association of Indian Universities Annual Membership
4 Audited Annual Report 2017-18
5 External – Academic and Administrative Audit

2018-19

Sl. No. Subject
1 AICTE letter of approval for Chettinad School of Architecture and Chettinad School of Pharmaceutical Sciences
2 NIRF Ranking 2019 : University Ranking (101-150 band)
3 Council of Architecture Letter of Approval to B.Arch. degree course to Chettinad School of Architecture
4 Bar Council of India Recognition to Chettinad Academy of Research and Education and fresh approval to its Chettinad School of Law for law courses
5 Pharmacy Council of India Approval letter to B.Pharm and D.Pharm Courses to Chettinad School of Pharmaceutical Sciences
6 Unveiling of Chettinad Academy of Research and Education new LOGO
7 UGC approval for starting new courses from 2019-20
8 Audited Annual Report 2018-19

2019-20

Sl. No. Subject
1 Green, Energy & Environmental Audit conducted by UVK Susnomics Engg. Pvt. Ltd, Chennai – Certification
2 Chettinad Academy of Research and Education has been awarded Diamond rating by QS I•GAUGE
3 International Association of Law Schools Membership
4 NABL Certificate of Accreditation in the field of Medical Testing at Chettinad Hospital and Research Institute from 14.02.2020 to 13.02.2022
5 Association of Commonwealth Universities Membership
6 British Council Library Membership
7 DELNET Membership
8 International Association of Universities Membership
9 NIRF Ranking 2020 : 98th Best University
10 Chettinad Academy of Research and Education has been awarded E-LEAD certification by QS I•GAUGE for Exceptional E-Learning methods
11 Chettinad Academy of Research and Education has been awarded with ISO 9001:2015
12 Chettinad Hospital and Research Institute, a constituent college of Chettinad Academy of Research and Education has been awarded with ISO 9001:2015
13 Chettinad College of Nursing, a constituent college of Chettinad Academy of Research and Education has been awarded with ISO 9001:2015
14 Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, Chettinad Hospital and Research Institute, a constituent college of Chettinad Academy of Research and Education has been awarded with ISO 9001:2015
15 Chettinad School of Architecture under Chettinad Academy of Research and Education has been awarded with ISO 9001:2015
16 Chettinad School of Pharmaceutical Science under Chettinad Academy of Research and Education has been awarded with ISO 9001:2015
17 Chettinad School of Law under Chettinad Academy of Research and Education has been awarded with ISO 9001:2015
18 Chettinad School of Physiotherapy under Chettinad Academy of Research and Education has been awarded with ISO 9001:2015
19 American Library Membership
20 MCI –Chettinad Hospital and Research Institute MBBS LOP increase of seats from 150 to 250 for the academic year 2020-21
21 Chettinad Academy of Research and Education IQAC is ISO 9001:2015 certified
22 The WEEK Magazine 2020 Ranking

  • 10th Best Private Medical College in South Zone
  • 15th Best Private Medical College in India
  • 32nd Best Medical College in India
23 Association of Indian Universities Annual Membership
24 The Outlook Ranking 2020

  • 11th Best Private Medical Institution
25 Outlook icare India University Ranking 2020

  • 6th Best Medical University
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2020-2021

Chettinad Hospital and Research Institute, one of the constituent colleges and a major stake holder of Chettinad Academy of Research and Education was started with the core objective of transforming medical education, contributing to research and development in health and biological sciences and above all, providing affordable and quality healthcare at global standards to the population in need.

The hospital is located in the suburban and rural zone in the outskirts of Chennai and from the time it was started the key focus is to offer state of the art, tertiary care along with preventive health care at the community level. The medical college and hospital has Essentiality certificate issued by Tamilnadu Govt and necessary statutory permissions and recognitions from Ministry of Health and family welfare, Govt. of India.

Health care in rural centres:

The doctors from CHRI have been serving in the primary health centres and other hospitals, in Chengalpattu, Kanchipuram and Chennai districts to offer heath care, apart from the routine service being rendered at the satellite health centres of CHRI, Poonjeri and Karapakkam. The health care services were offered at the following Primary Health Centres: Kannaginagar, Kelambakkam, Thandalam and Semmencheri. The doctors from all the specialities including General Medicine, Orthopaedics, OBG, Ophthalmology, etc. are allocated to these PHCs daily on rotation, thereby improving the manpower and the quality of health care provided at these centres.

The ophthalmologists from CHRI are being posted in Sankara Eye Hospital, Pammal.

The satellite health centres of CHRI have been upgraded, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic including setting up of a new oxygen plant at Poonjeri.

COVID-19 care:

Since the onset of COVID-19 pandemic, CHRI has been fully equipped in terms of manpower and other necessary resources for handling COVID-19 and non-COVID patients. The microbiology lab has BSL 2 facility and is an ICMR recognized centre for COVID-19 testing. More than 5000 COVID patients have been treated and more than 25000 RT-PCR tests have been carried out. In addition, CHRI also offered COVID-19 home care, which included sample collection at home for COVID diagnosis, teleconsultation and medicines delivery to the patients at home, round the clock.

2015-2020

Healthcare to all

Chettinad Academy of Research and Education (CARE) has nurtured “Health care to all” as a distinctive priority areabeing a Healthcare Institute.

Chettinad Hospital and Research Institute, one of the constituent colleges and a major stake holder of Chettinad Academy of Research and Education was started with the core objective of transforming medical education, contributing to research and development in health and biological sciences and above all, providing affordable and quality healthcare at global standards to the population in need.

The hospital is located in the suburban and rural zone in the outskirts of Chennai and from the time it was started the key focus is to offer state of the art, tertiary care along with preventive health care at the community level. The medical college and hospital has Essentiality certificate issued by TamilnaduGovt and necessary statutory permissions and recognitions from Ministry of Health and family welfare, Govt. of India.

The hospital is located within the 33.45 acre lush green zone where gasoline operated vehicular movement is restricted. It has 1180 beds besides more than 100 ICU beds, 16 operation theatres and 24×7 emergency and trauma care centre. The wards are spacious with adequate distance maintained between beds and every ward is self sufficient with all supportive infrastructure facilities such as pantry, treatment room, duty doctor’s room, nursing station, demo room and rest rooms.  Every aspect of the infrastructure is carefully designed by keeping patients’ convenience and utility in mind and it is a wonderfully created infrastructure for a medical college and hospital.

The doctors working in the hospital are highly qualified and experienced and they execute the triple role of being medical teacher, researcher and treating doctor. All the doctors are with MD/MS and DM/MCh qualifications and are highly reputed in their own speciality.  The hospital has all advanced facilities to handle patients in general specialties and super specialties. The hospital offers services in i) Medicine and allied specialties like General Medicine, Pediatrics, Dermatology, Psychiatry & Pulmonology, ii) Surgery and allied specialties like General  Surgery, Orthopedics, ENT & Ophthalmology, iii) Obstetrics and Gynaecology and iv) Super specialty services including Cardiology, Neurology, Medical Gastroenterology, Neonatology, Neurosurgery, Urology &Cardio Thoracic and Vascular Surgery and Plastic Surgery. Liver and renal translations are carried out in our hospital. 

Besides, the hospital has high end laboratory services in Pathology, Microbiology and Biochemistry and radiology department with CT scan, MRI scan, USG scan and digital X ray facilities. The lab services are accredited by NABL for more than 10 years. The microbiology lab has BSL II and III facilities and is an ICMR recognized centre for COVID-19 testing.

The Institute, right from inception, has been focusing on improving the overall and holistic health of the surrounding population. The census data with regard to the clinical material is ever improving and it was mainly due to the excellent care our doctors are offering and the good feedback given by the patients on our patient care. The achievement that the hospital could make in a short span of 10 years can be seen in the numbers of various hospital statistics.  And basically the hospital has adequate clinical material that fulfills the criteria recommended by the medical regulatory body for training the students of UG, PG and superspeciality programs.

Outpatient data: The average number of daily out-patients was 3456 in the year 2015, 3543 in 2016, 3590 in 2017, 4585 in 2018 and 4824 in 2019.

Inpatient data: The number of teaching beds in the hospital was 1110 in 2015 & 2016, 1150 in 2017 and 1180 in 2018 and 2019. The average daily bed occupancy rate was always more than 80% in all these years, 85% in 2015, 2016 & 2017 and it was 84% in 2018 and 2019. On an average, 245 new patients were admitted every day in 2015 which became 251 admissions in 2016, 255 admissions in 2017, 293 in 2018 and 302 admissions in 2019. 

The daily average of major surgeries was 49, 51, 52, 62 and 64 in the years 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 respectively.

The average daily deliveries including the normal deliveries and caesarian sections were 9 in the year 2015 and it increased gradually to 12 in 2019.

Similarly, the diagnostic and radiological data are also adequate. The daily average investigative workload is 785 X rays, 31 MRIs, 40 CT scans and 305 ultrasound scans.  The daily average lab workload is 2418 samples in Biochemistry, 437 in Microbiology, 174 in serology, 2508 in Haematology and 457 samples in clinical pathology.

The hospital is running a free community hospital in the main campus besides the other speciality departments. Under this community hospital, the patients in the surrounding villages are offered free pick up & drop at their door step, free OPD consultation, free investigations and medicines. The hospital owns and operates rural and urban health centers approximately 15 kilometers from the main campus. They are offering primary and secondary health care to the people surrounding the respective centres. On an average more than 100 patients visit the rural and urban centers and free treatment is offered to them. In addition to general medical care, speciality medical care, ultrasound scan, X ray and Lab investigations are also offered in these satellite centers.

In summary, the vision of offering high quality and affordable healthcare to the rural and semi urban population has been translated into reality and the numbers indicate that our patient care is one of our distinguished areas where we have achieved significantly. 

Capability Enhancement and Life Skills Development Schemes

Capability development and skills enhancement initiatives are taken by the institution in the following areas like Soft skill development, Language and communication skills development, Yoga and Wellness, Analytical skills development, Human value development, Personality and Professional development and Employability skills development


Programs of Capability Enhancement and Life Skills Development Schemes

Capability enhancement and skills development schemes – Detailed Report (2015-2016 to 2019-2020)

Capability enhancement and skills development schemes – Detailed Report (2020-2021)

List of programs with no. of students (2015-2016 to 2019-2020)

List of programs with no. of students (2020-2021)

Photographs of the Capability enhancement and skills development schemes (2015-2016 to 2019-2020)


List of Programmes (2020-2021)

 

Name of the capability enhancement scheme Year of implementation Number of students enrolled Name of the agencies involved with their contact details
      Organized by Speaker details
Principles of Health education and methods in health communication 2020-21 101 Dr. D. Raja, Department of Community Medicine, CHRI, CARE Dr. GM. Muhammad, Senior Associate Professor, PSG Institute of Medical Sciences and Research
Being the best physician you can 2020-21 155 Dr. Priyadarshini, Department of Microbiology, CHRI, CARE Dr.Mohanakrishnan Sathyamoorthy MD, Professor and Chair, Department of Medicine, TCU and UTHSC School of Medicine, Texas, USA
How to practice medicine legally and ethically 2020-21 104 Dr. Sayed Khader Nawaz Ahmed, Professor, Forensic Medicine, CHRI, CARE Dr. Cyriac Job, Vice-Principal; Professor & HOD, Department of Forensic Medicine,Government Medical College, Manjeri, Malappuram District, Kerala
Soft skills in healthcare professionals 2020-21 190 Dr. Sai Latha, Department of OBG, CHRI, CARE Dr.(Brigadier) SK Kathpalia, Professor, Dr DY Patil Medical College and Research Centre, Pune
Legal Writing Workshop 2020-21 49 Ms. Ruchi Sinha, Assistant Professor- Senior scale, Law, School of Law, CARE Mr. Rishav Soni, Assistant Professor of ICFAI Law School, Hyderabad
Tai Chi – Basic Fundamental course 2020-21 16 Dr. Senthil P, Professor & Dean I/C, Physiotherapy, School of Physiotherapy Shihan. K. Subramanian, Tai Chi Instructor, Gurukulam Karate do, India.
Shihan. K. Tamil Selvam, Founder/ Chief Technical Instructor, Gurukulam karate do, India
Entrepreneurship Workshop 2020-21 200 Dr. Koyeli Girigoswami, FAHS, CARE Mahatma Gandhi National Council of Rural Education, Department of Higher Education, Ministry of Education, Government of India
Exam Oriented approach to practical Physiology (As per CBME Curriculum) 2020-21 245 Dr. Anithu, Department of Physiology, CHRI, CARE Dr. Vishwanatha Rao, Retd. Professor of Physiology, Madras Medical College
Dr. P.Sathya, Professor of Physiology, Madras Medical College
International Mother Language Day – 2021 2020-21 150 Dr. Saradha, Department of Pharmacology, CHRI, CARE Dr.G.Arasendiran, Retired Professor of Tamil, Madras Christian College.
Zero Discrimination Day 2020-21 21 Dr. Murugavel, Department of Biochemistry, CHRI, CARE Prof. T. Balasubramanian, Vice-Chancellor, CARE
Exercise Physiology and Fitness Training 2020-21 16 Dr. Senthil P, Professor & Dean I/C, Physiotherapy, School of Physiotherapy Ms. Savitha Naren, Assistant Professor, Department of Physiology, CHRI, CARE
Overview of Skills Lab 2020-21 250 Dr. T.K.Balaji, Professor of Anatomy, CHRI, CARE Dr. Princy Fernando, Laerdal Medical, Norway
Workshop- Handling Anxiety 2020-21 46 Ms. Renu Girotra, Chettinad School of Law Dr. Kailash, Department of Psychiatry, CHRI
Dr.C.Ram Gopal, Counselling Psychology, FAHS
Essentials of Autopsy in Nursing ‘& Patterns of medico-legal cases in Casualty:what Nurses need to know 2020-21 101 Ms. Joanie Priya D, Associate Professor, CCN, CARE Dr. M.Sreenivasan, Dr S. K Nawaz Ahmed, Professor, Department of Forensic Medicine, CHRI
Importance of Communication and Scope of Foreign Language 2020-21 93 Ms. Yagajeyanthi, CCN, CARE Prof. Jayamary. M, Max Academy
Meditation 2020-21 45 Dr. Senthil P, Professor & Dean I/C, Physiotherapy, School of Physiotherapy Heartfulness Meditation Centre
Essential principles of BLS 2020-21 275 Dr. R.H.S. Rajila, Prof and Head, Department of Anatomy, CHRI, CARE Dr.R.Swaminathan Veerasamy MBBS, MD, PDCC (Cardiac anes), Skills Lab Incharge, Assistant Professor, Department of Anaesthesiology, CHRI
Listening Skills 2020-21 45 Chettinad School of Law Dr. Reena Nigam, HOD and Associate Professor, Amity Skills Institute, Amity University, Haryana
Webinar on Interpersonal skills – A Key Criteria for Best Career Option 2020-21 69 Dr. Lakshmi, Chettinad School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, CARE Dr. N. Deepa, Principal, Saveetha College of Pharmacy, Chennai
Acute care skill development program for best clinical nursing practice 2020-21 237 Ms. Subbulaksmi. S, Chettinad College of Nursing, CARE Mr. Alex Pandiyan J, Emergency and Ambulance Nurse in APL & COICU Ambulance service, Christian Medical College, Vellore
Guest Lecture on Importance of Human Rights in Criminal Justice System 2020-21 49 Ms. Ruchi Sinha, Chettinad School of Law, CARE Ms. Ridhima Dikshit, Assistant Professor, National Law Institute University, Bhopal
Use of Animals in Medical Research and Animal Handling 2020-21 118 Dr. Saradha, Department of Pharmacology, CHRI, CARE Dr. Venu Gopala Rao Konda, Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacology, Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi

List of Programmes (2015-2016 to 2019-2020)

 

Name of the capability enhancement scheme Year of implementation Number of students enrolled Name of the agencies involved with their contact details
SOFT SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
Problem solving and decision making 2015 – 16 284 Department of General Medicine and FAHS, CARE
Conflict resolution and management 2016 – 17 266 Department of Physiology, CHRI and FAHS, CARE
Team work and team building 2017 – 18 276 Department of Microbiology, CHRI and FAHS, CARE
Creative Thinking in Health Care 2018 – 19 252 Department of ENT, CHRI and FAHS, CARE
Responsibility as a medical Professional 2019 – 20 240 Department of Psychiatry, CHRI, CARE
LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
International Mother Language Day / Matribhasha Diwas 2015 – 16 212 Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, CARE
Non-verbal communication skills 2016 – 17 284 Department of Physiology, CHRI and FAHS
Communicative digital business skills 2017 – 18 100 CCN, CARE and FAHS, CARE
Communicative citizens and positive nation 2018 – 19 30 Swach Bharat Initiative of NSS, CARE with FAHS, CARE
Play and communicate to school kids on “How to take Medicines” 2019 – 20 100 Department of Pharmacology, CHRI, CARE
YOGA AND WELLNESS
International Yoga Day 2015 – 16 136 Department of Physiology, CHRI and Department of Health & Yoga Therapy, FAHS and CCN, CARE, in collaboration with Isha Yoga Foundation
Yogathon 2016- 17 250 CCN and FAHS and NSS of CARE in collaboration with “The Art of Living” Chennai chapter
Yoga Health 2017 – 18 200 CCN, CHRI , CARE in association with Isha Yoga Foundation
Yoga Therapy in Non-Communicable Diseases with Yoga practicals [According to International Yoga Day (IYD) protocol 2018] 2018 – 19 245 CHRI, CCN and FAHS, CARE
“Mental well being of Medical students during COVID 19” 2019 – 20 120 Department of Psychiatry, CHRI and Students Counseling Committee, CARE
ANALYTICAL SKILL DEVELOPMENT
Research Analysis – An update 2015 – 16 54 Post graduate studentsof CHRI and FAHS, CARE
How to Analyse the quality of research publications 2016 – 17 70 IQAC, CARE
ICMR Sponsored State level Workshop on “Utilization of statistical software applications: A Challenge to health service research” 2017 – 18 21 Chettinad College of Nursing, CARE
Analytic Epidemiology 2018 – 19 138 Department of Community Medicine, CHRI, CARE
Basic statistics for Pharmacologists 2019 – 20 41 Department of Pharmacology, CHRI, CARE in collaboration with Department of Pharmacology, JIPMER
HUMAN VALUE DEVELOPMENT
Moral values and the relevance of Swami Vivekananda 2015 – 16 262 FAHS and NSS CARE
Disaster Management and Human Life 2016 – 17 360 Disaster Management Committee, CARE, IQAC, CARE and NSS, CARE in collaboration with State Disaster Response Force, Tamilnadu
The human – Dr. Abdul Kalam 2017 – 18 108 FAHS and NSS CARE
The Steps to build high self esteem 2018 – 19 136 Department of OBG, CHRI, CARE
The Respectful Hero’s – National Martyrs 2019 – 20 200 Department of Physiology, CHRI
PERSONALITY AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Professional Evaluation Reforms In Health Sciences 2015 – 16 110 IQAC, CARE
Etiquette in social life 2016 – 17 102 Department of Pathology, CHRI, CARE
Leadership skills 2017 – 18 156 Department of Pharmacology, CHRI, CARE
Coping skills for changes in career 2018 – 19 196 Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, CARE
Personal life vs Professional life 2019 – 20 298 Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, CARE
EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
Intravenous injection skill development 2015 – 16 150 Skills Lab and Department of Anatomy, CHRI, Nursing Department, CHRI
Employment opportunities in Cellular & Molecular Diagnostics 2016 – 17 75 Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, Chettinad Academy of Research and Education (CARE)
Advanced Neonatal Resuscitation Program for Doctors and Nurses 2017 – 18 42 Department of Neonatology, Paediatrics & Obstetrics and Gynaecology, CHRI, CARE
Molecular Techniques in Diagnosis and Research 2018 – 19 30 Department of Biochemistry, CHRI, CARE
Neurophysiological recordings Skill and their clinical applications 2019 – 20 30 Department of Physiology, CHRI and Department of Neurosurgery, CSSH

Competitive Examinations and Career Advancement Guidance Programmes


We train students for competitive examinations like NEET, USMLE, PLAB, NET/SLET, IELTS, TOEFL etc., and students benefit by attending these sessions for competitive examinations and career advancement. Career counseling and placement cell helps the students in writing resumes, developing interview skills and assists them in searching job opportunities.


Programs of Competitive Examinations and Career Advancement

Competitive Examinations and Career Advancement Programs – Detailed Report (2015-2016 to 2019-2020)


List of Competitive Examinations and Career Advancement Guidance Programmes (2015-2016 to 2019-2020)


Photographs of the Career counseling and placement cell


 

List of Programmes (2015-2016 to 2019-2020)

S.No Year Name of the Programme Number of students enrolled Faculty name
1 2015-16 Chettinad
Competitive Medical Examination Training
177 Dr. A.
Ahamed Basha
2 2015-16 Career Options & Employability 86 Dr. R. Saravanan
3 2015-16 Guidance to International Competitive
Exam
58 Dr. L. Lakshmi
4 2015-16 Softskills to showcase in an Interview 57 Dr. L. Lakshmi
5 2015-16 NET, SET Coaching 56 Dr. R. Saravanan
6 2015-16 Communication and Skill Development
Program
45 Dr. R. Saravanan
7 2016-17 Job oppurtunities for life science
students in Himedia Laboratories
54 Dr. L. Lakshmi
8 2016-17 Chettinad Competitive Medical
Examination Training
192 Dr. S. Manickam
9 2016-17 Career Options & Employability 112 Dr. R. Saravanan
10 2016-17 Guidance to International Competitive
Exam
40 Dr. L. Lakshmi
11 2016-17 Workshop on Personality Development –
Women Empowerment
78 Dr. L. Lakshmi
12 2016-17 The Power of Introvert 65 Dr. R. Saravanan
13 2016-17 NET, SET Coaching 43 Dr. R. Saravanan
14 2016-17 Communication and Skill Development
Program
42 Dr. R. Saravanan
15 2017-18 Guidance to International Competitive
Exam
45 Dr. L. Lakshmi
16 2017-18 USMLE Preparation 40 Dr. R. Saravanan
17 2017-18 Chettinad Competitive Medical
Examination Training
205 Dr. R. ArunKumar
18 2017-18 Career Options & Employability 120 Dr. R. Saravanan
19 2017-18 Training on Passion and Perseverance
behind starting up one’s Medical Practice
76 Dr. R. Saravanan
20 2017-18 Workshop on Communication, Learning and
Memory strategies to become a
successful entrepreneur
114 Dr. R. Saravanan
21 2017-18 NET, SET Coaching 65 Dr. R. Saravanan
22 2017-18 Communication and Skill Development
Program
54 Dr. R. Saravanan
23 2018-19 Higher Education and Abroad
Oppurtunities
69 Dr. A. Ahamed Basha
24 2018-19 Guidance to International Competitive
Exam
40 Dr. A. Ahamed Basha
25 2018-19 Chettinad Competitive Medical
Examination Training
233 Dr. T. K. Balaji
26 2018-19 Career Options & Employability 84 Dr. R. Saravanan
27 2018-19 Workshop on Social Entrepreneurship 150 Dr. R. Saravanan
28 2018-19 Workshop on Enrepreneurial and
Negotiation Skills
121 Dr. R. Saravanan
29 2018-19 Training on Motivation, Personality
development and Team Work
96 Dr. R. ArunKumar
30 2018-19 NET, SET Coaching 61 Dr. R. Saravanan
31 2018-19 Communication and Skill Development
Program
55 Dr. R. Saravanan
32 2018-19 Oppurtunities for Life Sciences students
in Biotech Industry
60 Dr. R. Saravanan
33 2018-19 Oppurtunities in Industry 67 Dr. R. Saravanan
34 2019-20 Guidance to International Competitive
Exam
52 Dr. A. Ahamed Basha
35 2019-20 Chettinad Competitive Medical
Examination Training
260 Dr. A. Ahamed Basha
36 2019-20 Career Options & Employability 93 Dr. R. Saravanan
37 2019-20 Workshop on Leadership and Team Dynamics 142 Dr. Veena Joseph
38 2019-20 Start-Ups: Constraints, Road Block and
Funding
133 Dr. R. Saravanan
39 2019-20 Training on Choosing a business partner 169 Dr. R. Saravanan
40 2019-20 Training on Skills and Personality
Development
86 Dr. Shoba Narayan
41 2019-20 NET, SET Coaching for AHS Students 94 Dr. R. Saravanan
42 2019-20 Communication and Skill Development for
Nursing students
87 Dr. R. Saravanan
43 2019-20 Career Oppurtunities for Life Sciences
Students in Clinical Research
80 Dr. R. Saravanan
44 2019-20 Entrepreneurship in Pharma and Life
Sciences Industries
85 Dr. R. Saravanan
PO-CO Mapping

Programme Outcome, Course Outcome and PO-CO Mapping
Department Of Pathology Course Outcome Paper I & II

Department Of Microbiology Course Outcome

Department Of Community Medicine M.B.B.S Course Outcome

Department Of OBG Course Outcome

Department Of Forensic Medicine Course Outcome

Department Of Physiology MBBS Course Outcome

Department Of Anatomy Course Outcome

Department Of Paediatrics Course Outcome

Department Of General Medicine Course Outcome

FAHS Innovative Programs CO-PO

Department Of Biochemistry MBBS Course Outcome

Modified B.Sc Nursing Program Outcome

Department Of Opthalmology UG Course Outcome

Program Outcome for Medical MBBS

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IQAC Overview

Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC)

IQAC of Chettinad Academy of Research and Education (CARE) was established with the objective to review and analyze the academic standards and performance indicators and form strategies to constantly improve the quality of higher education.

IQAC – Vision

To promote quality culture as the prime concern of Higher Education Institutions through institutionalizing and internalizing all the quality-enhancing and sustaining initiatives taken with internal and external support.

Objective

The primary aim of the IQAC is

To develop a mechanism to promote conscious, consistent and catalytic action plans to improve the academic and administrative performance of the institution.

To promote institutional quality enhancement and sustenance through the internalization of quality culture and institutionalization of the best practices.

Strategies

IQAC shall evolve a mechanism and procedures for

  • a) Ensuring timely, efficient and progressive performance of academic, administrative and financial units;

  • b) Adoption of relevant and quality academic and research programmes;

  • c) Ensuring equitable access to and affordability of academic programmes for various sections of the society;

  • d) Optimization and integration of modern methods of teaching and learning;

  • e) Ensuring credible assessment and evaluation processes;

  • f) Ensuring the proper allocation, adequacy and maintenance of support structure and services; and

  • g) Sharing of research findings and networking with other institutions in India and abroad


Functions

  • a) Development and application of quality benchmarks;

  • b) Setting parameters for various academic and administrative activities of the institution;

  • c) Facilitating the creation of a learner-centric environment conducive to quality education and faculty development to adopt the required knowledge and technology for participatory teaching and learning process;

  • d) Collection and analysis of feedback from all the stakeholders on quality-related institutional processes;

  • d) Dissemination of information on various quality parameters to all the stakeholders;

  • e) Organization of intra- and inter-institutional workshops and seminars on quality related themes and promotion of quality circles;

  • f) Documentation of various programmes/activities leading to quality improvement;

  • g) Acting as a nodal agency of the institution for coordinating quality-related activities, including adoption and dissemination of the best practices;

  • h) Development and maintenance of institutional database through MIS for the purpose of maintaining and enhancing institutional quality;

  • i) Periodical conduct of Academic and Administrative Audits along with their follow-up activities; and

  • j) Preparation and submission of the Annual Quality Assurance Report (AQAR) as per the guidelines and parameters of NAAC.

Benefits

IQAC will facilitate / contribute to

  • a) Ensuring clarity and focus in the institution’s march towards quality enhancement;

  • b) Ensuring internalization of quality culture;

  • b) Ensuring enhancement and coordination among the various units and activities of the institution and institutionalizing all good practices;

  • c) Providing a sound basis for decision-making to improve institutional functioning;

  • d) Acting as a dynamic system for quality changes in HEIs; and

  • e) Building a sound methodology for documentation and internal communication.

IQAC Organogram

IQAC Organogram

NAAC Self Study Report

NAAC Self Study Report – Cycle ll

Volume I

Volume Il

NAAC Self Study Report – Cycle llI

SSR

IQAC Members

Chettinad Academy of Research and Education

Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) Council members list

Sl.No IQAC Composition Name Designation
1 Chairperson Prof. Dr. Shantha Ravisankar Vice Chancellor, Chettinad Academy of Research and Education
2 Management Representative Ms.Jeyendrasaraswathi S Registrar, Chettinad Academy of Research and Education
3 Administrative Representative Dr. Jayakar Thomas Director Research, Chettinad Academy of Research and Education
4 Administrative Representative Dr. Nirupa S Controller of Examinations, Chettinad Academy of Research and Education
5 Administrative Representative Mr.Mohan R Finance Officer, Chettinad Academy of Research and Education
6 Administrative Representative Mr.Dhinakaran D Legal Officer, Chettinad Academy of Research and Education
7 Administrative Representative Mr.Manickam M Head Infrastructure, Chettinad Academy of Research and Education
8 Administrative Representative Mr. Sathish Kumar IT Head, Chettinad Academy of Research and Education
9 Administrative Representative Dr.Jagannathan N R Professor of Eminence, Dept. of Radiology, Chettinad Hospital & Research Institute
10 Administrative Representative Dr. Pitchai Balashanmugam K Dean, Chettinad Hospital & Research Institute
11 Administrative Representative Dr. Kumar Ebenezar Principal In-charge, Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, Chettinad Hospital & Research Institute
12 Administrative Representative Dr. Hepsibah Sharmil Principal, Chettinad College of Nursing
13 Administrative Representative Dr.Lakshmi K Professor & Dean In-charge, Chettinad School of Pharmaceutical Sciences
14 Administrative Representative Dr. Senthil P Professor & Dean In-charge, Chettinad School of Physiotherapy
15 Teacher Representative Dr. Anbarasi Professor, Physiology, Chettinad Hospital & Research Institute
16 Teacher Representative Dr.Priyadarshini shanmugam Professor & Head, Microbiology, Chettinad Hospital & Research Institute
17 Teacher Representative Dr.Maignana Kumar R Associate Professor, Pharmacology, Chettinad Hospital & Research Institute
18 Teacher Representative Ar.Vaidyanathan K Associate Professor, Chettinad School of Architecture
19 Teacher Representative Ms. Ruchi Sinha Associate Professor, Chettinad School of Law
20 Teacher Representative Dr.Shoba Narayan Associate Professor, Chettinad Hospital & Research Institute
21 Teacher Representative Dr. Abinaya Assistant Professor, Pharmacology, Chettinad Hospital & Research Institute
22 Teacher Representative Dr. Jasmine Assistant Professor, Community Medicine, Chettinad Hospital & Research Institute
23 Student Ms. Mrinalini Student, Chettinad Hospital & Research Institute
24 Alumni Dr.Rajesh Kannan S Assistant Professor, Community Medicine, Chettinad Hospital & Research Institute
25 Nominee from local society / Nominee from Employers Dr.Rajesh P Principal, Chettinad Dental College & Research Institute
26 Industrialists / stakeholders / Nominee from Employers Dr. Balasubramanian T Former Vice Chancellor, Chettinad Academy of Research and Education
27 Industrialists / stakeholders Dr. Ananathakrishanan Sivaraman Consultant Urologist, Uro Oncologist & Robotic Surgeon, CURI Hospital, Chennai
28 Deputy Director – IQAC Dr. Ahamed Basha Abdul Bari Professor, Physiology, Chettinad Hospital & Research Institute
29 Director – IQAC Dr.Arun Kumar R Vice Principal & Professor, Pharmacology, Chettinad Hospital & Research Institute

IQAC Programs

IQAC Programs

S.No. Date Theme Category
1 05.09.2012 Choice Based Credit System Teaching-Learning & Evaluation
MCI Vision 2020
Curricular reforms in Nursing Education
“Outreach – A Catalyst towards Improved Educational Outcomes”- A NAAC sponsored national seminar
2 28.09.2012 Tapping potential at source–Towards Quality in Higher Education Outreach and extension
Quality Indicators for Effective Outreach Activities
29.09.2012 Corporate Social Responsibility–Towards Quality in Higher Education
Relevance of Outreach in Enhancing Quality in Health Science Institutions
Examination Reforms & Evaluation Tools
3 16.07.2013 Examination system: Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow Teaching-Learning & Evaluation
Formative Vs Summative assessment: Need of the hour
4 March 2013 Academic and Administrative Audit
5 16.08.2013 &

17.08.2013

Basic Research Methodology Course–“Writing a study protocol” & “Dissertation Writing” Research
6 07.09.2013 IQAC, MEU, Dept. of Pharmacology conduct one day workshop on “How to read a paper in a journal” Research
7 22.01.2014 to

23.01.2014

Sensitization of Faculty and Students on scope and Potential for Extramural Research Funding Research
8 June 2014 Academic and Administrative Audit
9 28.8.2014 Seminar cum workshop on Plagiarism Research
10 20.11.2014 Seminar on Effective Mentorship Program Research
11 15.12.2014 Disaster awareness program Disaster preparedness
12 19 & 20.03 2015 Academic and Administrative Audit
13 23.3.2015 Examination and Evaluation Reforms In Health Sciences Examination & Evaluation
14 23.7.2015 Practicing the uncertain art Teaching-Learning & Evaluation
15 10.10.2015 Ranking of Institutions and accreditations Best Practice
16 19.8.2016 Kaizen Governance
17 27.01.2017 Kaizen workshop Governance
18 10.04.2017 Quality of Research Publications Research
19 12.04.2017 Disaster Management Capacity Building Leadership and management
20 08.06.2017 IPR & Patent Workshop Research
21 07.07.2017 Best Practices of an Academic Institution Best Practices
22 16.7.2017 Digital Initiatives – Swayam, NPTEL, NAD, vlab, etc Teaching-Learning & Evaluation
23 20.07.2017
24 28.07.2017
25 Oct – Nov 2017 Academic and Administrative Audit
26 20.12.2017 Seminar on Scientific Proposal Writing Research
27 6th & 7th April 2019 Seminar cum workshop on e-Learning Teaching-Learning & Evaluation
28 24.10.2018 Clues for Anticancer Leads from Ocean Derived Molecules–A Long Road Ahead Research
Current Trends in Skill Development Curriculum
29 14-15th Dec 2018 Quality Indicators and Benchmark for Health Science Institutions All criteria
30 06.09.2019 Workshop on Learning outcome-oriented Course Design Teaching-Learning & Evaluation
31 27.09.2018 Faculty Development Initiative for mapping of course outcome through internal assessment criteria Teaching-Learning & Evaluation
32 11.10.2018 Design of Value added programs for better placement Opportunities Curricular Aspects
33 24.10.2018 OMICS advancements in lifestyle diseases- Diabetes Research
34 Novel drug delivery system- case studies Research
35 Clues for Anticancer Leads from Ocean Derived Molecules–A Long Road Ahead Research
36 02.11.2018 Precision Medicine: Does proper diagnosis of Diabetes make a difference in therapy? Research
37 17.11.2018 Women Empowerment Institutional Values
38 10-11 Dec 2018 External – Academic and Administrative Audit
39 14-15 Dec 2018 National Conference on Quality Indicators and Benchmarks for Health Science Institutions All Criteria
40 10.01.2019 Seminar on Tools for E- Learning content development Teaching-Learning & Evaluation
41 25.01.2019 Gender Equity under Indian Constitution Institutional Values
42 31.01.2019 Workshop on applying Blooms Taxonomy on Question paper setting Teaching-Learning & Evaluation
43 7- 9 Feb 2019 Evolving Trends In Learning Physiology Research
44 15.02.2019 Seminar on Feedback from stakeholders as an indirect measure of attainment Curricular Aspects
45 07.03.2019 Tools for automating Student Satisfaction Survey Teaching-Learning & Evaluation
46 04.04.2019 Workshop on Sensitization of clinicians on availability of Extra Mural funding for research Research, Innovations & Extension
47 11.04.2019 Interactive session on Facing your first interview Student Support & Progression
48 18.04.2019 Seminar for students on Service with Empathy Student Support & Progression
49 24.04.2019 Sensitization on New RAF of NAAC All Criteria
50 25.04.2019 Environment Friendly ecosystem – Student Sensitization Program Institutional Values
51 30.04.2019 Workshop on Capacity Building Governance, Leadership and Management
52 02.05.2019 Seminar on sensitization on Intellectual Property Rights for researchers Research, Innovations & Extension
53 10.05.2019 Workshop – Scientific writing for Research Scholars and faculties Research, Innovations & Extension
54 17.05.2019 Motivational Talk on Life Long Learning Student Support & Progression
55 06.06.2019 Workshop on sensitization of students on SWAYAM Online Courses Infrastructure & Learning Resources
56 13.06.2019 Coaching program for PG NEET Examination Student Support & Progression
57 17-19 June 2019 Curriculum Implementation Support Program in CHRI Curricular Aspects
58 20.06.2019 Management and Leadership Program for Clinicians and Scientists Governance, Leadership and Management
59 27.06.2019 Seminar on Quality of Research Publication and Plagiarism Research, Innovations & Extension
60 2-3 July 2019 Internal Academic Audit
61 04.07.2019 Coaching Program for CSIR UGC NET Examination Student Support & Progression
62 15.07.2019 Workshop on Bridging the gap – Industry and Institute Student Support & Progression
63 26.07.2019 Seminar on Alumni Engagement for Enriching Academic Outcome Student Support & Progression
64 7.08.2019 Workshop on Scientific Research Writing Research, Innovations & Extension
65 14.08.2019 Seminar on Experiential & Outcome Based Learning Teaching-Learning & Evaluation
66 21.08.2019 Session on Soft Skills & Effective Communication Curricular Aspects
67 28.08.2019 Seminar on Leadership & Management in Education Governance, Leadership and Management
68 12.09.2019 Workshop on NAAC Revised Accreditation Framework All Criteria
69 13.09.2019 IQAC internal Seminar on opportunities for Health Sciences Institutions in SWAYAM Curricular Aspects
70 17.09.2019 Workshop on AQAR Submission with Reference to New Guidelines of NAAC All Criteria
71 25.09.2019 Session on strategies for Transforming Libraries Infrastructure & Learning Resources
72 10.10.2019 Workshop on Recent Trends in Teaching & Research Teaching-Learning & Evaluation; Research, Innovations & Extension
73 23.10.2019 IQAC Essay Writing Competition on Performance of the Institution (CARE) in One Area Distinctive to its Policy & Thrust Institutional Values and Best Practices
74 23.10.2019 IQAC Essay Writing Competition on Best Practices Successfully Implemented at CARE Institutional Values and Best Practices
75 31.10.2019 Session on Total Quality Management & its Application to Education Sector Governance, Leadership & Management
76 5.11.2019 Workshop on Vision Building of an Organisation Governance, Leadership & Management
77 6.11.2019 Training Program on Good Clinical Practices Research, Innovations & Extension
78 12.11.2019 Workshop on Sensitizing Clinicians & Biomedical Researchers on Intellectual Property Rights Research, Innovations & Extension
79 14.11.2019 IQAC Workshop on NIRF Governance, Leadership & Management
80 27.11.2019 Session on Enhancing Writing Skills on Idea Generation for Budding Entrepreneurs Research, Innovations & Extension
81 5.12.2019 Training Session on Use of E-Resources for Effective E-Learning Infrastructure & Learning Resources
82 12.12.2019 Workshop on Industry-Academia Collaboration for Skill Development & Industrial Training Research, Innovations & Extension
83 17.12.2019 Seminar on Mapping Attainment with Learning Outcome Based Curriculum Teaching-Learning & Evaluation
84 23.12.2019 Seminar on Challenges on Curriculum Design & Development for Health Sciences Institutions Curricular Aspects
85 9.01.2020 Workshop on Evaluation and Grading Methods Teaching-Learning & Evaluation
86 17.01.2020 Training Session on Enhancing Research Output and Collaboration Research, Innovations & Extension
87 22.01.2020 Interactive Session on Effective Mentorship Skills Teaching-Learning & Evaluation
88 28.01.2020 Seminar on “How to use ICT Tools for Effective Learning” Teaching-Learning & Evaluation,

Infrastructure & Learning Resources

89 5.02.2020 Interactive Session on Self Management & Gender Sensitization Institutional Values and Best Practices
90 14.02.2020 IQAC Workshop on CO PO Mapping Teaching-Learning & Evaluation
91 20.02.2020 Workshop on Enhancing Participatory Learning Teaching-Learning & Evaluation
92 27.02.2020 Session on Exam Reforms in Health Science Universities Teaching-Learning & Evaluation
93 27.02.2020-5.03.2020 Personality Development Program (Train-the-Trainer) Governance, Leadership & Management
94 1.03.2020 IQAC Workshop on NAAC All Criteria
95 6.03.2020 Indian Green Building Certification Workshop Infrastructure & Learning Resources
96 12.03.2020 Session on Improving Personal Interview Skills Student Support & Progression
97 16.03.2020 Invited Talk on Essential Management Skills for Emerging Leaders in Education Industry Governance, Leadership & Management

AQAR
Quality Achievements

Report of Quality Assurance Initiatives of

Chettinad Academy of Research and Education (CARE) during the last 5 years

The consistent search for excellence in education, patient care and research as earned Chettinad Academy of Research and Education with many accreditations, recognitions, memberships and awards. Notable among them are:

2015-16

Sl. No. Subject
1 NABL Certificate of Accreditation in the field of Medical Testing at Chettinad Hospital and Research Institute from 26.10.2015 to 24.09.2017
2 NAAC Certificate from 16.11.2015 to 15.11.2020 – ‘A’ Grade with 3.10 point scale
3 NIRF Ranking 2016 – 100th Best University
4 Audited Annual Report 2015-16

2016-17

Sl. No. Subject
1 NIRF Ranking 2017 : University Ranking (101 to 150 band)
2 Association of Indian Universities Annual Membership
3 Audited Annual Report 2016-17

2017-18

Sl. No. Subject
1 NABL Certificate of Accreditation in the field of Medical Testing at Chettinad Hospital and Research Institute from 18.12.2017 to 17.12.2019
2 NIRF Ranking 2018 : University Ranking (151 to 200 band)
3 Association of Indian Universities Annual Membership
4 Audited Annual Report 2017-18
5 External – Academic and Administrative Audit

2018-19

Sl. No. Subject
1 AICTE letter of approval for Chettinad School of Architecture and Chettinad School of Pharmaceutical Sciences
2 NIRF Ranking 2019 : University Ranking (101-150 band)
3 Council of Architecture Letter of Approval to B.Arch. degree course to Chettinad School of Architecture
4 Bar Council of India Recognition to Chettinad Academy of Research and Education and fresh approval to its Chettinad School of Law for law courses
5 Pharmacy Council of India Approval letter to B.Pharm and D.Pharm Courses to Chettinad School of Pharmaceutical Sciences
6 Unveiling of Chettinad Academy of Research and Education new LOGO
7 UGC approval for starting new courses from 2019-20
8 Audited Annual Report 2018-19

2019-20

Sl. No. Subject
1 Green, Energy & Environmental Audit conducted by UVK Susnomics Engg. Pvt. Ltd, Chennai – Certification
2 Chettinad Academy of Research and Education has been awarded Diamond rating by QS I•GAUGE
3 International Association of Law Schools Membership
4 NABL Certificate of Accreditation in the field of Medical Testing at Chettinad Hospital and Research Institute from 14.02.2020 to 13.02.2022
5 Association of Commonwealth Universities Membership
6 British Council Library Membership
7 DELNET Membership
8 International Association of Universities Membership
9 NIRF Ranking 2020 : 98th Best University
10 Chettinad Academy of Research and Education has been awarded E-LEAD certification by QS I•GAUGE for Exceptional E-Learning methods
11 Chettinad Academy of Research and Education has been awarded with ISO 9001:2015
12 Chettinad Hospital and Research Institute, a constituent college of Chettinad Academy of Research and Education has been awarded with ISO 9001:2015
13 Chettinad College of Nursing, a constituent college of Chettinad Academy of Research and Education has been awarded with ISO 9001:2015
14 Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, Chettinad Hospital and Research Institute, a constituent college of Chettinad Academy of Research and Education has been awarded with ISO 9001:2015
15 Chettinad School of Architecture under Chettinad Academy of Research and Education has been awarded with ISO 9001:2015
16 Chettinad School of Pharmaceutical Science under Chettinad Academy of Research and Education has been awarded with ISO 9001:2015
17 Chettinad School of Law under Chettinad Academy of Research and Education has been awarded with ISO 9001:2015
18 Chettinad School of Physiotherapy under Chettinad Academy of Research and Education has been awarded with ISO 9001:2015
19 American Library Membership
20 MCI –Chettinad Hospital and Research Institute MBBS LOP increase of seats from 150 to 250 for the academic year 2020-21
21 Chettinad Academy of Research and Education IQAC is ISO 9001:2015 certified
22 The WEEK Magazine 2020 Ranking

  • 10th Best Private Medical College in South Zone
  • 15th Best Private Medical College in India
  • 32nd Best Medical College in India
23 Association of Indian Universities Annual Membership
24 The Outlook Ranking 2020

  • 11th Best Private Medical Institution
25 Outlook icare India University Ranking 2020

  • 6th Best Medical University

NAAC Undertaking

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Best Practices
Plan of Action & Outcome

Plan of Action & Outcome

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Students Feedback Analysis
Institutional Distinctiveness

2020-2021

Chettinad Hospital and Research Institute, one of the constituent colleges and a major stake holder of Chettinad Academy of Research and Education was started with the core objective of transforming medical education, contributing to research and development in health and biological sciences and above all, providing affordable and quality healthcare at global standards to the population in need.

The hospital is located in the suburban and rural zone in the outskirts of Chennai and from the time it was started the key focus is to offer state of the art, tertiary care along with preventive health care at the community level. The medical college and hospital has Essentiality certificate issued by Tamilnadu Govt and necessary statutory permissions and recognitions from Ministry of Health and family welfare, Govt. of India.

Health care in rural centres:

The doctors from CHRI have been serving in the primary health centres and other hospitals, in Chengalpattu, Kanchipuram and Chennai districts to offer heath care, apart from the routine service being rendered at the satellite health centres of CHRI, Poonjeri and Karapakkam. The health care services were offered at the following Primary Health Centres: Kannaginagar, Kelambakkam, Thandalam and Semmencheri. The doctors from all the specialities including General Medicine, Orthopaedics, OBG, Ophthalmology, etc. are allocated to these PHCs daily on rotation, thereby improving the manpower and the quality of health care provided at these centres.

The ophthalmologists from CHRI are being posted in Sankara Eye Hospital, Pammal.

The satellite health centres of CHRI have been upgraded, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic including setting up of a new oxygen plant at Poonjeri.

COVID-19 care:

Since the onset of COVID-19 pandemic, CHRI has been fully equipped in terms of manpower and other necessary resources for handling COVID-19 and non-COVID patients. The microbiology lab has BSL 2 facility and is an ICMR recognized centre for COVID-19 testing. More than 5000 COVID patients have been treated and more than 25000 RT-PCR tests have been carried out. In addition, CHRI also offered COVID-19 home care, which included sample collection at home for COVID diagnosis, teleconsultation and medicines delivery to the patients at home, round the clock.

2015-2020

Healthcare to all

Chettinad Academy of Research and Education (CARE) has nurtured “Health care to all” as a distinctive priority areabeing a Healthcare Institute.

Chettinad Hospital and Research Institute, one of the constituent colleges and a major stake holder of Chettinad Academy of Research and Education was started with the core objective of transforming medical education, contributing to research and development in health and biological sciences and above all, providing affordable and quality healthcare at global standards to the population in need.

The hospital is located in the suburban and rural zone in the outskirts of Chennai and from the time it was started the key focus is to offer state of the art, tertiary care along with preventive health care at the community level. The medical college and hospital has Essentiality certificate issued by TamilnaduGovt and necessary statutory permissions and recognitions from Ministry of Health and family welfare, Govt. of India.

The hospital is located within the 33.45 acre lush green zone where gasoline operated vehicular movement is restricted. It has 1180 beds besides more than 100 ICU beds, 16 operation theatres and 24×7 emergency and trauma care centre. The wards are spacious with adequate distance maintained between beds and every ward is self sufficient with all supportive infrastructure facilities such as pantry, treatment room, duty doctor’s room, nursing station, demo room and rest rooms.  Every aspect of the infrastructure is carefully designed by keeping patients’ convenience and utility in mind and it is a wonderfully created infrastructure for a medical college and hospital.

The doctors working in the hospital are highly qualified and experienced and they execute the triple role of being medical teacher, researcher and treating doctor. All the doctors are with MD/MS and DM/MCh qualifications and are highly reputed in their own speciality.  The hospital has all advanced facilities to handle patients in general specialties and super specialties. The hospital offers services in i) Medicine and allied specialties like General Medicine, Pediatrics, Dermatology, Psychiatry & Pulmonology, ii) Surgery and allied specialties like General  Surgery, Orthopedics, ENT & Ophthalmology, iii) Obstetrics and Gynaecology and iv) Super specialty services including Cardiology, Neurology, Medical Gastroenterology, Neonatology, Neurosurgery, Urology &Cardio Thoracic and Vascular Surgery and Plastic Surgery. Liver and renal translations are carried out in our hospital. 

Besides, the hospital has high end laboratory services in Pathology, Microbiology and Biochemistry and radiology department with CT scan, MRI scan, USG scan and digital X ray facilities. The lab services are accredited by NABL for more than 10 years. The microbiology lab has BSL II and III facilities and is an ICMR recognized centre for COVID-19 testing.

The Institute, right from inception, has been focusing on improving the overall and holistic health of the surrounding population. The census data with regard to the clinical material is ever improving and it was mainly due to the excellent care our doctors are offering and the good feedback given by the patients on our patient care. The achievement that the hospital could make in a short span of 10 years can be seen in the numbers of various hospital statistics.  And basically the hospital has adequate clinical material that fulfills the criteria recommended by the medical regulatory body for training the students of UG, PG and superspeciality programs.

Outpatient data: The average number of daily out-patients was 3456 in the year 2015, 3543 in 2016, 3590 in 2017, 4585 in 2018 and 4824 in 2019.

Inpatient data: The number of teaching beds in the hospital was 1110 in 2015 & 2016, 1150 in 2017 and 1180 in 2018 and 2019. The average daily bed occupancy rate was always more than 80% in all these years, 85% in 2015, 2016 & 2017 and it was 84% in 2018 and 2019. On an average, 245 new patients were admitted every day in 2015 which became 251 admissions in 2016, 255 admissions in 2017, 293 in 2018 and 302 admissions in 2019. 

The daily average of major surgeries was 49, 51, 52, 62 and 64 in the years 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 respectively.

The average daily deliveries including the normal deliveries and caesarian sections were 9 in the year 2015 and it increased gradually to 12 in 2019.

Similarly, the diagnostic and radiological data are also adequate. The daily average investigative workload is 785 X rays, 31 MRIs, 40 CT scans and 305 ultrasound scans.  The daily average lab workload is 2418 samples in Biochemistry, 437 in Microbiology, 174 in serology, 2508 in Haematology and 457 samples in clinical pathology.

The hospital is running a free community hospital in the main campus besides the other speciality departments. Under this community hospital, the patients in the surrounding villages are offered free pick up & drop at their door step, free OPD consultation, free investigations and medicines. The hospital owns and operates rural and urban health centers approximately 15 kilometers from the main campus. They are offering primary and secondary health care to the people surrounding the respective centres. On an average more than 100 patients visit the rural and urban centers and free treatment is offered to them. In addition to general medical care, speciality medical care, ultrasound scan, X ray and Lab investigations are also offered in these satellite centers.

In summary, the vision of offering high quality and affordable healthcare to the rural and semi urban population has been translated into reality and the numbers indicate that our patient care is one of our distinguished areas where we have achieved significantly. 

Capability Enhancement Schemes

Capability Enhancement and Life Skills Development Schemes

Capability development and skills enhancement initiatives are taken by the institution in the following areas like Soft skill development, Language and communication skills development, Yoga and Wellness, Analytical skills development, Human value development, Personality and Professional development and Employability skills development


Programs of Capability Enhancement and Life Skills Development Schemes

Capability enhancement and skills development schemes – Detailed Report (2015-2016 to 2019-2020)

Capability enhancement and skills development schemes – Detailed Report (2020-2021)

List of programs with no. of students (2015-2016 to 2019-2020)

List of programs with no. of students (2020-2021)

Photographs of the Capability enhancement and skills development schemes (2015-2016 to 2019-2020)


List of Programmes (2020-2021)

 

Name of the capability enhancement scheme Year of implementation Number of students enrolled Name of the agencies involved with their contact details
      Organized by Speaker details
Principles of Health education and methods in health communication 2020-21 101 Dr. D. Raja, Department of Community Medicine, CHRI, CARE Dr. GM. Muhammad, Senior Associate Professor, PSG Institute of Medical Sciences and Research
Being the best physician you can 2020-21 155 Dr. Priyadarshini, Department of Microbiology, CHRI, CARE Dr.Mohanakrishnan Sathyamoorthy MD, Professor and Chair, Department of Medicine, TCU and UTHSC School of Medicine, Texas, USA
How to practice medicine legally and ethically 2020-21 104 Dr. Sayed Khader Nawaz Ahmed, Professor, Forensic Medicine, CHRI, CARE Dr. Cyriac Job, Vice-Principal; Professor & HOD, Department of Forensic Medicine,Government Medical College, Manjeri, Malappuram District, Kerala
Soft skills in healthcare professionals 2020-21 190 Dr. Sai Latha, Department of OBG, CHRI, CARE Dr.(Brigadier) SK Kathpalia, Professor, Dr DY Patil Medical College and Research Centre, Pune
Legal Writing Workshop 2020-21 49 Ms. Ruchi Sinha, Assistant Professor- Senior scale, Law, School of Law, CARE Mr. Rishav Soni, Assistant Professor of ICFAI Law School, Hyderabad
Tai Chi – Basic Fundamental course 2020-21 16 Dr. Senthil P, Professor & Dean I/C, Physiotherapy, School of Physiotherapy Shihan. K. Subramanian, Tai Chi Instructor, Gurukulam Karate do, India.
Shihan. K. Tamil Selvam, Founder/ Chief Technical Instructor, Gurukulam karate do, India
Entrepreneurship Workshop 2020-21 200 Dr. Koyeli Girigoswami, FAHS, CARE Mahatma Gandhi National Council of Rural Education, Department of Higher Education, Ministry of Education, Government of India
Exam Oriented approach to practical Physiology (As per CBME Curriculum) 2020-21 245 Dr. Anithu, Department of Physiology, CHRI, CARE Dr. Vishwanatha Rao, Retd. Professor of Physiology, Madras Medical College
Dr. P.Sathya, Professor of Physiology, Madras Medical College
International Mother Language Day – 2021 2020-21 150 Dr. Saradha, Department of Pharmacology, CHRI, CARE Dr.G.Arasendiran, Retired Professor of Tamil, Madras Christian College.
Zero Discrimination Day 2020-21 21 Dr. Murugavel, Department of Biochemistry, CHRI, CARE Prof. T. Balasubramanian, Vice-Chancellor, CARE
Exercise Physiology and Fitness Training 2020-21 16 Dr. Senthil P, Professor & Dean I/C, Physiotherapy, School of Physiotherapy Ms. Savitha Naren, Assistant Professor, Department of Physiology, CHRI, CARE
Overview of Skills Lab 2020-21 250 Dr. T.K.Balaji, Professor of Anatomy, CHRI, CARE Dr. Princy Fernando, Laerdal Medical, Norway
Workshop- Handling Anxiety 2020-21 46 Ms. Renu Girotra, Chettinad School of Law Dr. Kailash, Department of Psychiatry, CHRI
Dr.C.Ram Gopal, Counselling Psychology, FAHS
Essentials of Autopsy in Nursing ‘& Patterns of medico-legal cases in Casualty:what Nurses need to know 2020-21 101 Ms. Joanie Priya D, Associate Professor, CCN, CARE Dr. M.Sreenivasan, Dr S. K Nawaz Ahmed, Professor, Department of Forensic Medicine, CHRI
Importance of Communication and Scope of Foreign Language 2020-21 93 Ms. Yagajeyanthi, CCN, CARE Prof. Jayamary. M, Max Academy
Meditation 2020-21 45 Dr. Senthil P, Professor & Dean I/C, Physiotherapy, School of Physiotherapy Heartfulness Meditation Centre
Essential principles of BLS 2020-21 275 Dr. R.H.S. Rajila, Prof and Head, Department of Anatomy, CHRI, CARE Dr.R.Swaminathan Veerasamy MBBS, MD, PDCC (Cardiac anes), Skills Lab Incharge, Assistant Professor, Department of Anaesthesiology, CHRI
Listening Skills 2020-21 45 Chettinad School of Law Dr. Reena Nigam, HOD and Associate Professor, Amity Skills Institute, Amity University, Haryana
Webinar on Interpersonal skills – A Key Criteria for Best Career Option 2020-21 69 Dr. Lakshmi, Chettinad School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, CARE Dr. N. Deepa, Principal, Saveetha College of Pharmacy, Chennai
Acute care skill development program for best clinical nursing practice 2020-21 237 Ms. Subbulaksmi. S, Chettinad College of Nursing, CARE Mr. Alex Pandiyan J, Emergency and Ambulance Nurse in APL & COICU Ambulance service, Christian Medical College, Vellore
Guest Lecture on Importance of Human Rights in Criminal Justice System 2020-21 49 Ms. Ruchi Sinha, Chettinad School of Law, CARE Ms. Ridhima Dikshit, Assistant Professor, National Law Institute University, Bhopal
Use of Animals in Medical Research and Animal Handling 2020-21 118 Dr. Saradha, Department of Pharmacology, CHRI, CARE Dr. Venu Gopala Rao Konda, Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacology, Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi

List of Programmes (2015-2016 to 2019-2020)

 

Name of the capability enhancement scheme Year of implementation Number of students enrolled Name of the agencies involved with their contact details
SOFT SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
Problem solving and decision making 2015 – 16 284 Department of General Medicine and FAHS, CARE
Conflict resolution and management 2016 – 17 266 Department of Physiology, CHRI and FAHS, CARE
Team work and team building 2017 – 18 276 Department of Microbiology, CHRI and FAHS, CARE
Creative Thinking in Health Care 2018 – 19 252 Department of ENT, CHRI and FAHS, CARE
Responsibility as a medical Professional 2019 – 20 240 Department of Psychiatry, CHRI, CARE
LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
International Mother Language Day / Matribhasha Diwas 2015 – 16 212 Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, CARE
Non-verbal communication skills 2016 – 17 284 Department of Physiology, CHRI and FAHS
Communicative digital business skills 2017 – 18 100 CCN, CARE and FAHS, CARE
Communicative citizens and positive nation 2018 – 19 30 Swach Bharat Initiative of NSS, CARE with FAHS, CARE
Play and communicate to school kids on “How to take Medicines” 2019 – 20 100 Department of Pharmacology, CHRI, CARE
YOGA AND WELLNESS
International Yoga Day 2015 – 16 136 Department of Physiology, CHRI and Department of Health & Yoga Therapy, FAHS and CCN, CARE, in collaboration with Isha Yoga Foundation
Yogathon 2016- 17 250 CCN and FAHS and NSS of CARE in collaboration with “The Art of Living” Chennai chapter
Yoga Health 2017 – 18 200 CCN, CHRI , CARE in association with Isha Yoga Foundation
Yoga Therapy in Non-Communicable Diseases with Yoga practicals [According to International Yoga Day (IYD) protocol 2018] 2018 – 19 245 CHRI, CCN and FAHS, CARE
“Mental well being of Medical students during COVID 19” 2019 – 20 120 Department of Psychiatry, CHRI and Students Counseling Committee, CARE
ANALYTICAL SKILL DEVELOPMENT
Research Analysis – An update 2015 – 16 54 Post graduate studentsof CHRI and FAHS, CARE
How to Analyse the quality of research publications 2016 – 17 70 IQAC, CARE
ICMR Sponsored State level Workshop on “Utilization of statistical software applications: A Challenge to health service research” 2017 – 18 21 Chettinad College of Nursing, CARE
Analytic Epidemiology 2018 – 19 138 Department of Community Medicine, CHRI, CARE
Basic statistics for Pharmacologists 2019 – 20 41 Department of Pharmacology, CHRI, CARE in collaboration with Department of Pharmacology, JIPMER
HUMAN VALUE DEVELOPMENT
Moral values and the relevance of Swami Vivekananda 2015 – 16 262 FAHS and NSS CARE
Disaster Management and Human Life 2016 – 17 360 Disaster Management Committee, CARE, IQAC, CARE and NSS, CARE in collaboration with State Disaster Response Force, Tamilnadu
The human – Dr. Abdul Kalam 2017 – 18 108 FAHS and NSS CARE
The Steps to build high self esteem 2018 – 19 136 Department of OBG, CHRI, CARE
The Respectful Hero’s – National Martyrs 2019 – 20 200 Department of Physiology, CHRI
PERSONALITY AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Professional Evaluation Reforms In Health Sciences 2015 – 16 110 IQAC, CARE
Etiquette in social life 2016 – 17 102 Department of Pathology, CHRI, CARE
Leadership skills 2017 – 18 156 Department of Pharmacology, CHRI, CARE
Coping skills for changes in career 2018 – 19 196 Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, CARE
Personal life vs Professional life 2019 – 20 298 Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, CARE
EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
Intravenous injection skill development 2015 – 16 150 Skills Lab and Department of Anatomy, CHRI, Nursing Department, CHRI
Employment opportunities in Cellular & Molecular Diagnostics 2016 – 17 75 Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, Chettinad Academy of Research and Education (CARE)
Advanced Neonatal Resuscitation Program for Doctors and Nurses 2017 – 18 42 Department of Neonatology, Paediatrics & Obstetrics and Gynaecology, CHRI, CARE
Molecular Techniques in Diagnosis and Research 2018 – 19 30 Department of Biochemistry, CHRI, CARE
Neurophysiological recordings Skill and their clinical applications 2019 – 20 30 Department of Physiology, CHRI and Department of Neurosurgery, CSSH

Competitive Examinations and Career Advancement Guidance

Competitive Examinations and Career Advancement Guidance Programmes


We train students for competitive examinations like NEET, USMLE, PLAB, NET/SLET, IELTS, TOEFL etc., and students benefit by attending these sessions for competitive examinations and career advancement. Career counseling and placement cell helps the students in writing resumes, developing interview skills and assists them in searching job opportunities.


Programs of Competitive Examinations and Career Advancement

Competitive Examinations and Career Advancement Programs – Detailed Report (2015-2016 to 2019-2020)


List of Competitive Examinations and Career Advancement Guidance Programmes (2015-2016 to 2019-2020)


Photographs of the Career counseling and placement cell


 

List of Programmes (2015-2016 to 2019-2020)

S.No Year Name of the Programme Number of students enrolled Faculty name
1 2015-16 Chettinad
Competitive Medical Examination Training
177 Dr. A.
Ahamed Basha
2 2015-16 Career Options & Employability 86 Dr. R. Saravanan
3 2015-16 Guidance to International Competitive
Exam
58 Dr. L. Lakshmi
4 2015-16 Softskills to showcase in an Interview 57 Dr. L. Lakshmi
5 2015-16 NET, SET Coaching 56 Dr. R. Saravanan
6 2015-16 Communication and Skill Development
Program
45 Dr. R. Saravanan
7 2016-17 Job oppurtunities for life science
students in Himedia Laboratories
54 Dr. L. Lakshmi
8 2016-17 Chettinad Competitive Medical
Examination Training
192 Dr. S. Manickam
9 2016-17 Career Options & Employability 112 Dr. R. Saravanan
10 2016-17 Guidance to International Competitive
Exam
40 Dr. L. Lakshmi
11 2016-17 Workshop on Personality Development –
Women Empowerment
78 Dr. L. Lakshmi
12 2016-17 The Power of Introvert 65 Dr. R. Saravanan
13 2016-17 NET, SET Coaching 43 Dr. R. Saravanan
14 2016-17 Communication and Skill Development
Program
42 Dr. R. Saravanan
15 2017-18 Guidance to International Competitive
Exam
45 Dr. L. Lakshmi
16 2017-18 USMLE Preparation 40 Dr. R. Saravanan
17 2017-18 Chettinad Competitive Medical
Examination Training
205 Dr. R. ArunKumar
18 2017-18 Career Options & Employability 120 Dr. R. Saravanan
19 2017-18 Training on Passion and Perseverance
behind starting up one’s Medical Practice
76 Dr. R. Saravanan
20 2017-18 Workshop on Communication, Learning and
Memory strategies to become a
successful entrepreneur
114 Dr. R. Saravanan
21 2017-18 NET, SET Coaching 65 Dr. R. Saravanan
22 2017-18 Communication and Skill Development
Program
54 Dr. R. Saravanan
23 2018-19 Higher Education and Abroad
Oppurtunities
69 Dr. A. Ahamed Basha
24 2018-19 Guidance to International Competitive
Exam
40 Dr. A. Ahamed Basha
25 2018-19 Chettinad Competitive Medical
Examination Training
233 Dr. T. K. Balaji
26 2018-19 Career Options & Employability 84 Dr. R. Saravanan
27 2018-19 Workshop on Social Entrepreneurship 150 Dr. R. Saravanan
28 2018-19 Workshop on Enrepreneurial and
Negotiation Skills
121 Dr. R. Saravanan
29 2018-19 Training on Motivation, Personality
development and Team Work
96 Dr. R. ArunKumar
30 2018-19 NET, SET Coaching 61 Dr. R. Saravanan
31 2018-19 Communication and Skill Development
Program
55 Dr. R. Saravanan
32 2018-19 Oppurtunities for Life Sciences students
in Biotech Industry
60 Dr. R. Saravanan
33 2018-19 Oppurtunities in Industry 67 Dr. R. Saravanan
34 2019-20 Guidance to International Competitive
Exam
52 Dr. A. Ahamed Basha
35 2019-20 Chettinad Competitive Medical
Examination Training
260 Dr. A. Ahamed Basha
36 2019-20 Career Options & Employability 93 Dr. R. Saravanan
37 2019-20 Workshop on Leadership and Team Dynamics 142 Dr. Veena Joseph
38 2019-20 Start-Ups: Constraints, Road Block and
Funding
133 Dr. R. Saravanan
39 2019-20 Training on Choosing a business partner 169 Dr. R. Saravanan
40 2019-20 Training on Skills and Personality
Development
86 Dr. Shoba Narayan
41 2019-20 NET, SET Coaching for AHS Students 94 Dr. R. Saravanan
42 2019-20 Communication and Skill Development for
Nursing students
87 Dr. R. Saravanan
43 2019-20 Career Oppurtunities for Life Sciences
Students in Clinical Research
80 Dr. R. Saravanan
44 2019-20 Entrepreneurship in Pharma and Life
Sciences Industries
85 Dr. R. Saravanan

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