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Centre For Green Initiatives (C4GI)

An ISO Certified proactive institution concerned with the conservation of the environment, the Centre for Green Initiatives (C4GI)has been established with the objective of generating awareness and promoting environmental care at both individual and community level. Its primary goal is to provide a healthy environment and superior quality of life to our students during their short but memorable stay at the college campus. This will facilitate them to focus in contributing to overall development of the College as well as the nation. In this regard, we followthe theory of three ‘R’s of waste management
  • Reduce – Reduction in use of raw materials
  • Reuse- Reuse of waste materials
  • Recycle – Recycling of waste materials

OUR OBJECTIVES

  • Understanding several environmental issues and the need to address them
  • Sensitizing students, faculty members, staff and society about the need for protection of environment for a sustainable growth and healthy future
  • Undertaking technological setup aimed to have an environmentally and economically strong impact
The Centre aims to create a holistic atmosphere to facilitate the conversation, action and feedback on environmental issues through engaging students, faculty members, staff andall stakeholders.We are committed to protectthe environment through complete compliance with environmental laws, regulations, and outstanding efficiency in the conduct of our operations.
As part of our ongoing efforts, we will :
  • Comply with and strive to follow the National, State, and Local Environmental Laws and Regulations
  • Implement and maintain the Environmental Management System (EMS) as the primary management practice for MMC operations and activities
  • Seek to minimize the environmental impact of our operations through regular evaluation, restoration, and efficient use of natural resources
  • Implement sustainable environmental practices, including the acquisition of bio-based, environmentally friendly, energy-efficient, water-efficient, and recycled-content products
  • Conduct audits to measure environmental performance and establish accountability to correct deficiencies
  • Continuously improve environmental performance through appropriate policies, procedures, training, and recognition of excellence
  • Prepare for emergencies in order to minimize environmental impacts
  • Emphasize pollution prevention, environmentally preferred products, and sustainable business practices with our building managers, contractors, and suppliers
  • Incorporate and enforce appropriate performance in contracts with concessionaires and contractors that specify environmental protection and compliance
  • Serve as a role model and provide leadership for other organizations
These tasks reflect the MMC’s commitment to excellence in environmental management. The faculty members, staff, students and all stakeholders are abiding to carry them out.

OUR FUNCTIONS

  • Undertaking extensive research and surveys on various environmental related issues prevalent in the society, understanding their causes, possible impact and remedial measures
  • Conducting seminars, workshops and campaigns to sensitize all family members of the institution and people around us about environmental issues pertaining the society
  • Initiating and facilitating collaboration with various organizations working extensively in various fields to protect the environment such as waste management, water conservation, energy practices etc.
  • Setting up the latest technology of EMS (example: College Environment Policy, 100 KWp Solar Power Plant, Solid-Liquid Waste Management Plant, Rain-Water Harvesting Plantscomposting pits etc) meant for maximizing environmental impact

CENTRE FOR GREEN INITIATIVES-THE ORGANIZATION

The Centre operates in four distinct units to help and serve the multifaceted issues pertaining to environment :

Botanical and Herbal Garden CellFor management and maintenance of flora and its development on the campus
EnergyConservation CellFor better management and maintenance of energy, renewable energy resources and recommendation of safe energy practices
Water Conservation CellFor conservation of water resources and recommendation of water conserving practices and technology
Waste Management CellFor recommendation of scientific management and maintenance of waste management unit with all kind of wastes and its disposal

With the belief that environment protection is the responsibility of every individual on the campus, the Centre engages all constituents of the College- Teaching, Non-Teaching, Students and all Stakeholders. To execute its functions better, the Centre operates on two levels :

At Institution Level

At this level, the Centre looks at the micro and macro-environmental perspective in the Institution and the society. Here, we nurture the environment as an institution with greener vision for the future. Our organizational structure consists of faculty members, students, staff andthe representatives from field expert areas.

BOTANICAL AND HERBAL GARDEN CELL

The Structure of College Botanical and Herbal Garden Cell for the Session 2020-21 is as follows :

Sl.  No. Name Designation
1 Prof. Dr. Shashi Sharma Principal  
2 Dr. Shyam Deo Yadav Bursar Coordinator, B.Com.
3 Prof. Anjum Fatma HoD, Chemistry  
4 Dr. Namita Kumari Dept. of Botany  
5 Dr. Pushpanjali Khare HoD, Botany
6 Dr. Surendra Kr. Prasad Convener Coordinator, BBA
7 Dr, MridulaRenu Sinha HoD, Zoology  
8 Dr. Madhu Kumari Gupta   Dept. of Chemistry
9 Dr. Sujata Kumari Dept. of Zoology  
10 Mr. Ravi Prakash College Accountant  
11 Ms. Ravi Shankar Tiwari Guest Member Senior Manager Suryam International Caretaker, Solar Power Unit, MMC
12 Dr. Fr. Robert Athickal Director, Tarumitra Ashram Patna, Distinguished Member & Advisor
13 Mr. Pranav Kumar Chaudhary Sunai Kuda, Pvt. Ltd Caretaker, Waste Management Unit
14 Environmental & Natural Resources Secretary Students’ Representative Ex-officio Member
15 Asst. Environmental & Natural Resources Secretary Students’ Representative Ex-officio Member
16 Sanitation Secretary Students; Central Society Students’ Representative Ex-officio Member
17 Asst. Sanitation Secretary Students’ Central Society Students’ Representative Ex-officio Member

ENERGY CONSERVATION CELL

The Structure of College Energy Conservation Cell for the Session 2020-21 is as follows :

Sl.  No. Name Designation
1 Prof. Dr. Shashi Sharma Principal
2 Dr. Shyam Deo Yadav Bursar Coordinator, B.Com.
3 Dr. Bina Rani Dept. of Chemistry  
4 Dr. Namita Kumari Dept. of Botany  
5 Dr. Bandana Singh   Dept. of Home Science
6 Dr. Surendra Kr.  Prasad Coordinator, BBA  
7 Dr. Manish Kr. Verma, Convener HoD, Physics
8 Ms. Sonu Rani   HoD, Statistics
9   Dr. Binay Kumar Coordinator, BCA
11 Dr. Sujata Kumari Dept. of Zoology  
12 Mr. Ravi Prakash College Accountant
13 Ms. Ravi Shankar Tiwari Guest Member Senior Manager Suryam International Caretaker, Solar Power Unit
14 Dr. Fr. Robert Athickal Director, Tarumitra Ashram Patna, Distinguished Member
15 Mr. Pranav Kumar Chaudhary SunaiKuda, Pvt. Ltd Caretaker, Waste Management Unit
16 Environmental & Natural Resources Secretary Students’ Representative Ex-officio Member
17 Asst. Environmental & Natural Resources Secretary Students’ Representative Ex-officio Member
18 Sanitation Secretary Students; Central Society Students’ Representative Ex-officio Member
19 Asst. Sanitation Secretary Students’ Representative Ex-officio Member

ENERGY CONSERVATION CELL

The Structure of College Water Conservation Cell for the Session 2020-21 is as follows :

Sl.  No. Name Designation
01 Prof. Dr. Shashi Sharma Principal University Professor
02 Dr. Shyam Deo Yadav Bursar Coordinator, B.Com.
03 Dr. Anjum Fatma, Convener HoD, Chemistry
04 Prof. Bina Rani Dept. of Chemistry
05 Dr. Namita Kumari Dept. of Botany
06   Dr. Surendra Kumar Prasad Coordinator, BBA
07 Dr. Usha Kumari Dept. of Chemistry
09   Dr. Madhu Kumari Gupta Dept. of Chemistry
09 Dr. Amrita Prasad Dept. of Chemistry
10   Ms. Sonu Rani HoD, Statistics
11 Dr. Sujata Kumari Dept. of Zoology
12   Mr. Ravi Prakash College Accountant
13 Ms. Ravi Shankar Tiwari Guest Member Senior Manager Suryam International Caretaker, Solar Power Unit
14 Dr. Fr. Robert Athickal Director, Tarumitra Ashram Patna, Distinguished Member
15 Mr. Pranav Kumar Chaudhary SunaiKuda, Pvt. Ltd Caretaker, Waste Management Unit
16 Environmental & Natural Resources Secretary Students’ Representative Ex-officio Member
17 Asst. Environmental & Natural Resources Secretary Students’ Representative Ex-officio Member
18 Sanitation Secretary Students; Central Society Students’ Representative Ex-officio Member
19 Asst. Sanitation Secretary Students’ Representative Ex-officio Member

WASTE MANAGEMENT CELL

The Structure of College Waste Management Cell for the Session 2020-21 is as follows :

Sl.  No. Name Designation
1 Prof. Dr. Shashi Sharma Principal University Professor
2 Dr. Shyam Deo Yadav, Convener Bursar Coordinator, B.Com.
3 Dr. Anjum Fatma HoD, Chemistry
4 Prof. Bina Rani Dept. of Chemistry
5 Dr. Usha Kumari Dept. of Chemistry
6 Dr. Madhu Kumari Gupta Dept. of Chemistry
7 Dr. Amrita Prasad Dept. of Chemistry
8 Ms. Sonu Rani HoD, Statistics
9 Dr. Sujata Kumari Dept. of Zoology
10   Mr. Ravi Prakash College Accountant
11 Ms. Ravi Shankar Tiwari Guest Member Senior Manager Suryam International Caretaker, Solar Power Unit
12 Dr. Fr. Robert Athickal Director, Tarumitra Ashram Patna, Distinguished Member
13 Mr. Pranav Kumar Chaudhary SunaiKuda, Pvt. Ltd Caretaker, Waste Management Unit
14 Environmental & Natural Resources Secretary Students’ Representative Ex-officio Member
15 Asst. Environmental & Natural Resources Secretary Students’ Representative Ex-officio Member
16 Sanitation Secretary Students; Central Society Students’ Representative Ex-officio Member
17 Asst. Sanitation Secretary Students’ Representative Ex-officio Member

At Students Level

GREEN EARTH BRIGADE CELL

Green Earth Brigade Cell the efforts of Department of Botany, is the unit of our dynamic and environment enthusiast students operating as a matrix unit consisting of four units-Operations, Research, Public Relations and Creative-carry the responsibility for a safer and healthier tomorrow. Equally dividing the roles amongst themselves in spreading awareness of the environment, our ‘GreenVolunteers’ flawlessly execute the responsibilities entrusted to them under the faculty advisors. Our young nature-conscious team of students across all courses and all semesters religiously advocate the generation of environmental care and the importance of its preservation while instilling in themselves and their peers an environmental caring lifestyle. With the motto of ‘Start Today, Save Tomorrow’, our student volunteers imbibe the value of caring first and consuming later.

The Structure of Green Earth Brigade Cell for the Session 2020-21 is as follows :

Sl.  No. Name Designation Department
1 Prof. Dr. Shashi Sharma Principal University Professor Political Science  
2 Dr. Namita Kumari Associate Professor Botany  
2 Dr. Pushpanjali Khare, Convener Assistant Professor HoD, Botany  
3 Dr. Surendra Kr.  Prasad Associate Professor Botany  
4 Ms. Sangya Secretary, GEBC B.Sc. Botany Hons, Part III
5 Ms. Shrishti Kunwar Asst. Secretary, GEBC B.Sc. Botany Hons, Part II
6 Ms. Nisha Kant Deo Green Volunteer GEBC B.Sc. Botany Hons, Part III
7 Ms. Sugandha Priya Green Volunteer GEBC B.Sc. Botany Hons, Part II
8 Ms. Alisha Kumari Green Volunteer GEBC B.Sc. Physics Hons, Part III
9 Ms. Hemlata Green Volunteer GEBC B.Sc. Physics Hons, Part II
10 Ms. Richa Raj Green Volunteer GEBC B.Sc. Chemistry Hons, Part II
11 Ms. Nisha Kumari Green Volunteer GEBC B.Sc. Chemistry Hons, Part II
12 Ms. Aditi Priya Green Volunteer GEBC B.Sc. Zoology Hons, Part III
13 Ms. Anushka Raj Green Volunteer GEBC B.Sc. Zoology Hons, Part II
14 Ms. Mitushi Priya Green Volunteer GEBC B.Sc. Statistics Hons, Part III
15 Ms. Taskin Anwar Green Volunteer GEBC B.Sc. Statistics Hons, Part II
 

‘PRAKRITI’- THE ANNUAL CGI MAGAZINE

PRAKRITI–The Annual CGI Magazine is the name totribute theperpetual nourishing, caring and loving Mother Earth. In the words of Khalil Gibran, ‘The trees are the poems written by Earth upon sky’ which beautifully commemorate the role of Earth. This Magazine marks a new step in our vision and mission to channelize the efforts of the Institution towards environment protection. With the foundation edition, we are marking a new chapter in the ways of environmental awareness on the campus. Very first in the series of upcoming measures, Prakriti reflects the treasures of nature on the MMC Campus. The first edition of the magazine is divided into three sections providing detailed account of various activities and literary activities. The main attraction is the introduction of Flower Section, where the diversity of flowers is celebrated in the college. The Article section brings the ideas, trends and measures in the field of environmental protection. The section specifically provides the articles written by the students – a practice started by the Centre for Green Initiatives to imbibe environmental values in the younger generations. The last section sheds the light on few noteworthy events and initiatives taken by CGI in the college. In the plethora of the activities conducted, a few are presented in the magazine establishing the commitment of the college towards healthy and clean nature. These activities are instrumental to develop a sense of responsibility in the students towards mother nature.
In the past year, the Centre has been instrumental in taking steps and initiatives towards the conservation of environment and channelizing concerns for the ecological issues pertinent to the society. As a part of its mandate of spreading awareness on important environmental issues, the Magazine will serve as an important conduit in the effort of spreading important information about the efforts of the Centre and its activities on a periodic basis.
The Conveners of the Centre areProfessor Anjum Fatma, Head, Dept. of Chemistry, Dr. Shyam Deo Yadav, Bursar and Associate Professor, Dept. of Chemistry, Dr. Pushpanjali Khare, Head, Dept. of Botany, Dr. Surendra Kumar Prasad, Associate Professor, Dept. of Botany, Coordinator, BBA andDr. Manish Kumar Verma, Asst. Professor, Head Dept. of Physics, Coordinator, PGDCA, MMC.

CENTRE FOR STUDENTS’ GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING (C4SGC)

Counselling services are made an integral part of the curricular framework of our college. The primary function of the Centre is to help students to develop their personal capabilities. The Centre provides access to lots of self-help resources and other resources to help the students cope with the stresses and pressures they might be facing while studying here.
Some qualified field expert counsellors are assigned to conduct classes on a wide range of topics that include Life skill, Communication Skill, Goal Setting, Mental Hygiene, Anger Management, Suicide Prevention Training etc. These sessions benefit the students as they learn efficient ways of dealing with adolescent confusion and various other challenges and difficult situations in life. Apart from these scheduled classes, students have one to one interaction with the counsellors after the class hours. The Centre provides a free, confidential personal/ professional counselling service to all students. The Centre also provides consultation to staff members, families and friends of the needy student.  Our mission at the Counseling Center is to vitalize the mental and physical health of all the students, to improve their quality of life and create a learning environment that facilitates their individual development. All sessions are strictly confidential and any personal information is not revealed to anyone without the permission of students. The Centre provides total privacy to students who need guidance and counselling. All matters discussed are kept strictly confidential.

Mission:  Our mission at the Counselling Centre at College Campus is to promote the mental and physical health of all the students, to improve their quality of life and create a learning environment that facilitates their individual development.
Vision: All sessions are confidential and no information is revealed to anyone without the permission of students. The Centre will provide total privacy to students who need guidance and counselling. All matters discussed will be kept strictly confidential.

CENTRE FOR STUDENTS’ GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING (C4SGC)

The Students’ Counselling Centre offers a variety of services to the College Students :

  • Counselling Assessment: This is the step where services begin. Sit down with a caring counsellor who better understand student’s issues and Programmes at the Counselling Centre and the community that can best meet the students need
  • Academic Issues Counselling: Academic difficulties, adjusting to student life, Ragging, Discipline, Value of Regular Classes, Adjustment to new environment, Feeling of loneliness, Adjustment to hostel life, Adjustment with roommate, Problem with study techniques, Examination anxiety, Career planning
  • Interpersonal Issues Counselling: Anxiety, Depression, Grief and loss, Addictions (Substance abuse) Insomnia, Inter-personal relations (Academic) Inter-personal relations (Non-Academic) Denial of opportunities, Any kind of Atrocities & Violence. All kind of harassments. (Physical- Mental), Stress (Physical-mental)
  • Relationship Counselling: ‘Academic’: Student-student relationship, Relationship with classmates, Relationship with friends, Relationship with peer groups, Relationship with Roommate, Student –Teacher relationship, Student- Non -Teaching staff relationship ‘Family’: Couple, Pre-marital, Marital, Extramarital, Family issues, Inter-personal Issues (Family) Incest, Adjustment to family life
  • Nutritional Counselling: Eating disorder and Problem of Anaemia Persistent denial of food, Preference to Boys regarding Nutrition
  • Health Counselling : ‘Physical –Mental’ One-by-one physical health counselling Group counselling
  • Legal Counselling : Legal awareness related to different problems Legal Issues, Method to reach accessibility
  • Group Counselling : Including a Student in Transition Group, Grief and loss Group, Nutrition and Physical problems Group, Guideline after Graduation Group.
  • Holistic Counselling : Promotion of Self-confidence Overall Personality Development.
ATTENTION : If any student needs to discuss any of the above, they may contact the Convener in the Centre directly.
CONSULTATION : Parents, Family Members, Friends, Faculty and Staff members concerned to the affected students related to their problems about physical- mental health, education, protection and effectiveness, may contact to the Convener at the Centre directly

REGULAR HOURS OF SERVICE

Counselling Hours: Monday through Friday 12 Noon to 2.30.PM.

The Conveners of the Centre are Dr. Archana Katiyar, Associate Professor and Head, Department of Psychology, Ms. Nidhi Singh, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology and Ms. Namrata, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, Dr. Rishu Raj, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Dr. Shipra Prabha, Assistant Professor, Department of Hindi and Dr. Dipti Tiwari, Assistant Professor, Department of History, MMC.

CENTRE FOR SKILL DEVELOPMENT, INNOVATION AND PERSONAL GROWTH(C4SDIPG)

MMC, inspiring and nurturing young minds to become innovators and future leaders through experiential learning processes and by exposing them to new ideas and concepts.
Education can no longer remain the traditional one-dimensional transfer of knowledge from the faculty to the students. In classrooms. With remote learning process becoming the new normal, it is breaking all traditional barriers of the concept of time and place. Technological advancements transformation in communication patterns and changing geographical boundaries, are bringing in drastic changes in the socio-political-economic scenario across the world. The ability to think ahead, out-of-the -box though processes, and an innovative mindset are prerequisites to succeed in this ever- evolving world.
In the present scenario, when the industry and the business demand diverse skills, qualities, and right attitudes, learning has to be more experiential and inspiring, our education process aimed at integrating the development of each student covering her physical, mental and aesthetic spheres of life have a major role in transforming a student into a globally competitive, resourcefully talented, socially committed citizen who could be a proficient technocrat, manager, entrepreneur or innovator, with a progressive vision to serve humanity. Innovation is perceived as the key global differentiating factor for individuals, institutions and nations in the 21st century. For India, the present decade is the ‘Decade of Innovation’. Innovation culminates in elevating, translating and transforming the inventions to reach and meet societal needs. In the process, innovation embraces both global thinking and local perspectives. Innovation culture inculcated in students ‘right from the first year through design thinking, projects, and events is a step in this direction. The focus of our innovation projects is on local needs as well as empowering women.
The Centre for Skill Development, Innovation and Personal Growth (CSDIPG) of MMC is an enabling platform providing opportunities of value-addition to classroom curriculum through workshops, lectures, hands-on training programmes and interactive sessions. In the past years CSDIPG has organized severalsessions for students and teachers on a variety of courses with eminentresource persons from both within and outside the College.
Under the aegis of the Centre, several workshops and interactive sessions on Innovation and Personality Development ware conducted in the last academic session.
The Convenors of the Centre areDr Khushboo, Asst. Professor, Dept. of English, Dr. Sweta Sharan, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Economics, Ms. Namrata, Asst. Professor, Dept. of Psychology, Ms. Nidhi Singh, Asst. Professor, Dept. of Psychology and Dr. Rishu Raj, Asst. Professor, Dept. of Political Science, Library Incharge, MMC

CENTRE FOR GENDER KNOWLEDGE (C4GK)

GENESIS

University Grants Commission has been playing an important role in promoting gender equity in higher education. The Centre for Gender Knowledge was housed in MMC premises in 2008 under the aegis of the Department of Sociology.
The Centre for Gender Knowledge focusses on interdisciplinary work on women and gender issues related to women’s status in developing countries, the gender dimension of development and development issues related to women We believe that understanding of gender relations is essential to comprehend the contemporary world which in turn is contingent upon the intricate interplay of social, cultural, political and economic factors determined in the past. Gender relations cut across multiple categories such as class, caste, religion, ethnicity. Without an interdisciplinary approach, thus, this analytical study is not possible. As the Centre is interdisciplinary in nature, it draws its membership from across the college.
The primary aim of the Centre is to explore the gendered nature of social processes focusing on development questions. The awareness programmes, research and teaching at the Centre combine theory and practice with an interdisciplinary and transnational scope. The Centre aims at contributing to theoretical, methodological and pedagogical debates within the study of power dynamics embedded in gender relations in the context of development. In particular, the objectives of the Centre can be broadly classified under two major themes: academic and applied. The Centre offers a regular awareness programmes, lectures, seminars, debates-discussions on Gender and Development. All activities are structured in a way that will not only enable a student to do good research for her but also make them equipped to take up jobs in the concerned field.
The Centre organises various guest lectures, research, seminars and workshops. These often engage the community, not only the students and the faculty, but also the people around from different walks of life in a conversation to sensitize the questions of gender inequality including atrocities and violence against women. Since its inception, the Centre is also involved in different kinds of extension programmes in the rural and also in the urban areas for women in collaboration with NSS unit of the College and different NGOs.

AIM AND OBJECTIVES

AIM : Bring about gender justice, gender equality and awareness among students and community
OBJECTIVES : Promoting gender equity through Teaching, Research, Training and Advocacy. The following are the specific objectives
  • To generate awareness and facilitate empowerment of women through education, research and targeted interventions
  • To develop resource centre for academicians, activists
  • To conduct ongoing research on women issues
  • To sensitize people to acknowledge and women’s role in society
  • To raise public awareness about gender discrimination and unequal status of women through various programme
  • To act as a consultative agency on women’s rights, gender sensitization for Governmental and Non-Governmental Organizations
  • Organisation of Seminars, Conferences, Workshops, Special Lectures, Discussions, Women Court related to Women’s issues on the grounds of interdisciplinary knowledge
  • Publications of research Papers and critical texts with feminist analysis

BEST PRACTICES:

  • Centre is encouraging students to take socially relevant projects. The students get an opportunity to understand the women’s issues
  • Networking with voluntary organizations for students’ exposure and employment
  • To motivate to create awareness regarding appropriate implementation of women related laws and programmes.

The Convenors of the Centre are Dr. Binay Kumar Bimal, Associate Professor and Head, Dept. of Sociology, Dr. Santoshi Bawani Mishra, Assistant Professr, Dept. of English, Dr. Dipti Tiwari, Assistant Professor, Dept. of History, Dr. Shipra Prabha, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Hindi and Dr. Sohail Anwer, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Urdu.

CENTRE FOR LANGUAGES LEARNING (C4LL)

Possessing good communication – writing skill is of utmost importance in contemporary modern world.The Centre for Languages Learning has been formed with the aim of providing students the required knowledge and effective communication -writing skill, so that they achieve excellence in their respective fields.
At the Magadh Mahila College, we have students coming from diverse backgrounds possessing different speaking and writing abilities. The English Section of the Centre seeks to cater to these diverse needs of the students of MMC by offering them the opportunity to read widely and to express themselves effectively both orally and in writing . The Hindi Section provides various kind of academicsupport to enhance the speaking and writing skillin studentsaccording to the needs.
The Certificate LanguagesCourses have been designed keeping in mind the changing global patterns in communication and profession. An enriched curriculum catering to the needs of private and public sector professions for providing effective communication skills to the students. Centre provides an exclusive opportunity to college students to learn foreign languages. Foreign Language Certificate Course in Japanese and German languageopens new vistas for the students.
The Centre offers German and Japanese Foreign Language Courses in Communication Skill, which enables the students to acquire abilities which are desired globally. The curriculum of these courses is well-developed and stimulating, and enhances the skill from employability perspective as well. The faculty members associated with the Centre are highly qualified and trained, and are committed to provide excellent standards of teaching by focusing on writing, reading, speaking and listening skill.
Advance course on soft skill formally introduces students to set their effective cherishedgoals and work on grooming positive behaviour and etiquette for professional endeavour. It also focuses on developing leadership skill.

State-Of- The-Art-Laboratories

We are proud to offer Language Laboratory for the cognitive development of our students. It is an innovative concept introduced for needy and desired students. The Language Laboratory helps in developing and creating oral -writing skill and positive – creative thoughts in students. Students will learn to adopt positivity and deal creatively with the challenges of professional world. Our Language laboratory also helps in enhancing the speaking and listening skill of the students thereby making them professionally ready. Language Laboratory helps students to enhance their communication skill and bring variety in teaching-learning process. Through Lab stimulates the minds of students to create pure positive and creative thoughts
VISION
To be a sought-after Centre for Languages Learning that employs novel methodologies to encourage appropriate use of language in order to reconcile the varying demands of communication- writing skillin the modern era.
MISSION
  • To provide language proficiency so that the students are empowered to function confidently in the national/ international and intercultural environment in which they live and work
  • To promote holistic development of students by imbibing moral values and professional ethics
  • To encourage students to develop analytical- critical thinking abilities to study and learn a foreign language thus enhancing their employability prospects
  • To inspire students to use language as a powerful tool of communication that enables them to act independently and freely
Our courses cater to the holistic development of the students. Performance is improved by developing cognitive skills. Students are challenged to come up with creative thoughts that broaden up their thought process and build confidence.

The Convenors of the Centre are Dr. Archana Jaisawal, Head Dept. of English, Dr Khushboo, Asst. Professor, Dept. of English, Dr. Santoshi Bhawani Mishra, Asst. Professor, Dept. of English, Dr. Shipra Prabha, Asst. Professor, Dept. of Hindi and Dr. Binay Kumar, Coordinator, BCA with Office of the Dept. of BCA, MMC.

CENTRE FOR COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT (C4CE)/
CENTRE FOR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (C4SR)

Centre for Community Engagement (C4CE)/ Centre for Social Responsibility (C4SR) of MMC aims to strengthen the commitment of social responsibilities of the Institution, expand communication and partnership with NGOs, government agencies, private sector enterprises, civil society organizations, professional bodies and academic networks to sincerely serve the deprived section of society. Its major objectives include strengthening and expanding community education and training among needy.
It is a movement from campus to community service. Our mission is to produce bold, articulate students, visionary leaders with a fine sense of ethics and social responsibility, for the good of the community.
The C4CE / C4SR supports the development of social responsibility as a prized attribute for MMC students. It aims to instil continued passion in community engagement for the long-term development of MMC students and graduates.
The Centre oversees the community service initiatives of MMC students and guides and mentors them to undertake local or overseas service-learning projects that are meaningful and sustainable. The Centre also provides insights into best practices in community engagement and social responsibility initiatives.
MMC’s Centre for Social Responsibility (C4SR) oversees the Community Service initiatives of MMC undergraduates. It guides and mentors’ students to undertake local and overseas service-learning projects that are meaningful and sustainable. The Centre also provides insights into best practices in community engagement and social responsibility initiatives, in support of following learning goals:

  • Develop qualities like purposefulness, empathy and humility in students and staff members
  • Acquaint students with new skills, knowledge and interests towards society
  • Help students to form habits of contributing to the community services
  • Provide opportunities for students to develop creative solutions to address the needs of society
  • Acquaint students with volunteerism and career possibilities in the non-profit sector or in the social responsibility field
Students may take part in community service activities by joining projects organised by senior students and looking for non-profit/community organisations, social service agencies or social enterprises surrounding the neighbourhood throughchecking their websites for volunteering opportunities.
Students who are currently volunteering in their personal capacity, may discuss with C4SR on how this involvement can be recorded as part of their graduation requirement.
There are plenty of opportunities for students to work with beneficiaries and non-profit organisations in Singapore – be it the children from low-income families, elderly, the disabled, migrant workers, environment, etc. Students who are interested to start their own project or have fresh new ideas may email us at info@magadhmahilacollege.orgto make an appointment to explore further.

NCC and NSS Units of MMCare the primary source to execute the vision and mission of Centre for Community Engagement (C4CE / Centre for Social Responsibility (C4SR) initiative. It aimed at making communities equipped enough to manage available resourceseffectively through organizing camps, field visits, community engagements, workshops, seminars, and discussions.

The Convenors of the Centre are Dr. Punam Kumari and Dr. Kumari Rupam, Associate Professors, Dept. of Home Science, Ms. Ranjana Yadav, Asst Professor, Dept. of Philosophy, Programme Officers of NSS, MMC Unit and Dr. Pushpalata Kumaria, Associate Professor, Dept. of Political Science, ANO, NCC, MMC, Unit.

CENTRE FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF NON-TEACHING STAFF (C4PDNTS)

Centre for Professional Development of Non-teaching Staff (CPDNS) of MMC aims to enhance the all kinds of skill of non-teaching staff of the College. Non-teaching staff have a significant role to play in making educational programmes and the institution ,a great success. They have to undertake a wide range of activities related to office management and institution development programme implementation, including students’ support services. The academics, the administration and the non-teaching staff must work in tandem and their focus should always be the student, as the students are soul essence of the Institution. In this unit we have also discussed the need for Management Information System (MIS) for the top-management to guide the staff properly and profitably. In essence, we consider this unit as an input for drawing out a training programme for the non-teaching staff on pour own and increasing their participation and commitment by involving them in different staff developmentactivities.
The targetof CPDNS of up skilling the non-teaching staff of MMC has attained by means of training them on the topics ‘Inter-personal and Effective Communication’with lot of activities and role plays. The activities emphasized day to day work situations, the participants were trained and guided to work within the team in a polite manner without hurting one’s feeling. The role plays were performed in order to help them overcome the stress factors at work place and being able to balance the office work and family life in better way.
Let us now talk about some of the activity’s vis-a vis the desirable behaviour on the part of the non-teaching staff in order that the institution can achieve its goals smoothly and in time. Here are a few activities and patterns of behaviour expected of allied staff which have implications for major teaching functions. The trainer has to keep all these functions given below in mind and be able to impress upon the concerned their value and importance.
  • Typing or word processing the manuscripts correctly and in time
  • Understanding the collective and complex nature of work
  • Keeping records in a systematic manner
  • Getting the correct information
  • Acquiring the knowledge related to various functions within a School/Division
  • Maintaining the equipment
  • Sharing the work of colleagues at times of need
  • Being polite and sympathetic while dealing with students, visitors and strangers
  • Developing a professional attitude towards colleagues and work Inculcating a sense of responsibility towards work and respect towards the senior as well as junior colleagues/officers
  • Being punctual and prompt in attending to work
The Training Programmes for non-teaching staff should cover above mentioned activities under the aegis of Centre for Professional Development of Non-Teaching Staff.
The Convenors of the Centre are Dr. Khushboo, Asst. Professor, Dept. of English, Ms. Nidhi Singh, Asst. Professor, Dept. of Psychology, Dr. Shipra Prabha, Asst. Professor, Dept. of Hindi, Dr. Binay Kumar, Coordinator, BCA and Office Staff of BCA, MMC.

INCUBATION CENTRE

The MMC Incubation Centre (MMCIC) is a student-led Centre comprising of MMC faculty, alumnae, industry experts and like-minded organizations to build an ecosystem of synergised efforts towards entrepreneurial and business initiatives.
Magadh Mahila College Incubation Centre (MMCIC) aims to create an environment that promotes and stimulates the spirit of entrepreneurship among the students of the College. It believes that ideas initiated by the students backed with sound business acumen and right guidance from professors, mentors and industry experts can pave the way for making new business ideas / policies and successful transition of start-ups to established businesses.
It aims to provide necessary facilities for start-ups ranging from mentoring, fundraising to technological support. MMCIC has established a comprehensive network of organizations to help incubate the start-ups with operational execution, market research, idea validation, financial and legal advisory, marketing services and overall business development. It is in the process of developing a network comprising of MMC alumnae, prominent angel investors and venture capital firms to provide the start-ups with essential financial support.

ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT CELL

The composition of Entrepreneurship Development Cell for Academic Session 2020-21 is as follows :

Sl. No. Name  Faculty Advisor  
1 Prof. (Dr.) Shashi Sharma Principal, Patron
  Dr. Shyam Deo Yadav Coordinator B.Com.
2 Dr. Surendra Kr. Prasad Coordinator, BBA  
3 Dr. Sweta Sharan Coordinator, Incubation Centre  
4 Dr. Binay Kumar Coordinator, BCA
5 Dr. Punam Kumari HoD, Home Science Coordinator IQAC, MMC
6 Mr. Manoj Kumar Sinha MD, IIED, Patna Member IQAC, MMC Distinguished Guest Member
7 Mr. Pramod Kumar Karn COO, Atal Incubation Centre Bihar Vidyapeeth, Patna Distinguished Guest Member
8 Ms. Usha Jha President, Mahila Udyog Sangh Distinguished Guest Member
9 Mr. Nilabh Keshav Coordinator, CII, Patna Distinguished Guest Member
10 Ms. Kalpana Kumari President, Women Entrepreneurs Cooperative Society (WECS) Distinguished Guest Member
11 Mr. Ravi Ranjan Mishra State Head, MEDHA Distinguished Guest  Member (MEDHA) 
12 Ms. Dimple (MEDHA) Student Relationship Manager, Guest Faculty MEDHA
13 General Secretary Ex-officio Member  Students ‘Representative 
14 Asst. General Secretary Ex-officio Member Students’ Representative  
15 Common Room Secretary Ex-officio Member Students’ Representative  
16. Asst. Common Room Secretary Ex-officio Member Students’ Representative

EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES

At the beginning of the academic session, the Entrepreneurship Development Cell (EDC) came up with its blog to disseminate information about start-ups and entrepreneurship. Under the aegis of MMCIC various workshops and training programmes have been organised to provide a platform for students to interact with leading entrepreneurs and change makers. During the workshops various eminent motivational speakers have inspired the students and shared their life experiences regarding their business successes and failures. Subsequently, the annual newsletter of MMCIC has been released. MMCIC provided students with an opportunity to make contacts with the corporate houses through its Internship Programmes. Students could interact with a variety of start-ups and subsequently sit for interviews.

Centre Coordinator: Dr. Sweta Sharan, Assistant Professor, Department of Economics