Procedures and Policies for Maintaining and Utilizing
Physical, Academic and Support Facilities

    The College has a systematic policy in the creation and enhancement of suitable infrastructure to suit the growing needs of educational practices geared towards equipping learners with skills, knowledge and training. The Heads of Departments put forward proposals in the Staff Council Meet regarding the need to augment infrastructure in every discipline. The IQAC collects feedback, conducts review and presents the infrastructural requirement to the College development team. The Principal, Vice Principal and the College Development Committee meets the departments periodically to create, enhance and review the infrastructural requirements. The proposals are presented to the Governing Body who approves the plan. The College has an Administrative Officer and two supervisors to oversee the maintenance of buildings, laboratories and class rooms. The campus of St. Theresa’s has become synonymous with elegance and neatness. This is made possible with the dedicated efforts made by the Management in undertaking

   100 KW Solar power plant and solar street lights
   Centre for International Studies.
   Innovation and Incubation Centre
   Paper Recycling Unit.
   Up gradation of office and exam cell automation
   Virtual labs
   Labs for Web Technology, multimedia and ITeS with necessary software .
   Well equipped labs for Clinical and Aqua Lab Technology and Fashion Designing courses.
   Three silent energy efficient generators with capacity of 30 KVA
   Steam cookers for energy conservation and R.O. Plant in hostel.
   Upgraded Gymnasium with sophisticated equipment and Diet Counseling Cell
   Aadhar based biometric attendance of all the staff and students.
   Increased number of smart class rooms.
   Up gradation of language labs, media centre and seminar halls.
   Computers with internet connectivity to all the departments.
   Five Sanitary napkin vending machines in the college and hostel.
Centralised Information Kiosk CENTRE LINK Slotting major repairs and construction in different years so as to facilitate its completion during the vacation.
   Maintenance of a clean and green environment in and around the campus by placing of waste disposal bins at strategic points and maintaining a green topiary.
   Replacing of outdated and damaged equipment in laboratories is done through an internal audit called stock verification conducted at the end of every academic year. Senior faculty who are members of the Committee, check and make a note of all the stock and repairs that needs to be taken.
   Annual electrical maintenance work is carried out.
   Reconstruction and repair of roads
   Painting of the class rooms and all the buildings.
   Renovation of the wash rooms and basic amenities.
   Face lift to the campus ambience and landscaping.
   Increasing the water harvesting units.
   Upgrading and repairing classroom furniture
   Upgrading the parking facilities