TAGORE DENTAL COLLEGE
AND HOSPITAL


NAAC - Institutional Assessment & Accreditation - B + (from 31/3/2021) Track ID: TNCOGN100628 / AISHE ID: C-45457. Recognised by Dental Council of India - Department of Health and Family Welfare,Govt. of India. Affliated to The Tamil Nadu Dr.M.G.R Medical University.

STAFF

 

STAFF

There are teaching and Non teaching staff in the college. The teaching staffs are qualified in Dentistry, Medicine or Allied subjects of Medicine. The non teaching staffs are auxiliary staffs like administrative staff, library staff, accounts staff, stores staff, Dental Mechanics, Hygienists, Dental technicians, Nurses, pharmacists, Radiographers, Data entry, MRD staff, department attenders, drivers, wardens, housekeeping etc.

STAFF ENRICHMENT PROGRAM Click

 

 

 

STAFF ENRICHMENT PROGRAM.

 

S.NO

PROGRAM

DATE

 

1

DR K ANBARASI, MDS AND PHD,  ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR AT SRI RAMACHANDRA DENTAL COLLEGE, LECTURE ON TEACHING METHODS AND EVALUATION  .

5TH FEB 2013

 

 

2

STATISTICS, DR A BALAJI, TAGORE MEDICAL COLLEGE

8TH OCT 2014

3

PROCESS OF NAAC ACCREDITATION, DR V J PHILIP, PAST PRINCIPAL,  MCC

16TH FEB 2015

4

PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP, MR ARUN TITAN

11TH APRIL 2014

5

PHOTOSHOP WORKSHOP, MR KACK ANTO

10TH APRIL 2014

6

ETHICAL  COMMITTEE AND RESEARCH COMMITTEE  MEMBERS TRAINING- DR S P THYAGARAJAN, SRI RAMACHANDRA UNIVERSITY

4TH MARCH 2015

7

CITI INTRODUCTION AND TIE UP WITH UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI

4TH MARCH 2015

8

TEACHERS TRAINING PROGRAM, DR TAMILSELVAN, SRI RAMACHANDRA UNIVERSITY

5TH MARCH 2015

9

LECTURE ON “ CLINICAL TRIALS & GOOD CLINICAL PRACTICE “-DR. MANICKAM, PHD SCIENTIST D, NIE (ICMR) 

15TH OCT 2015

 

 

10

BIO SAFETY INSPECTION  BY DR. JAIPRAKASH REGARDING THE PROCEDURES TO BE FOLLOWED IN VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS.

23RD DEC 2015

11

TRAINING FOR ATTENDERS ON BIO SAFETY ON PERSONAL PROTECTION EQUIPMENTS AND OCCUPATIONAL HAZARDS. Photos

19TH JAN 2016

 

 

12

TRAINING FOR THE DEPARTMENT ATTENDERS ON CLEANING CHAIRS AFTER SURGERY WAS DEMONSTRATED BY DR JIMSON IN THE DEPARTMENT OF ORAL &MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY 

16TH MARCH 2016

 

 

13

FINANCIAL LITERACY PROGRAM WAS CONDUCTED BY SEBI FINANCIAL EDUCATION TRAINER, MR. N SHANMUGARAJAN, MBA, PHD FOR THE TEACHING  AND NON TEACHING STAFF OF THE COLLEGE Photos Report

31ST MARCH 2016

14

PERONALITY DEVELOPMENT COURSE ON ATTIRE CONDUCTED BY THE MBA DEPARTMENT OF TAGORE ENGINEERING COLLEGE FOR THE NON TEACHING STAFF Photos Report

6TH MAY 2016

15

   EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION- DR ALISTAIR KING. Photos Report

 

   10TH NOV 2016

 

 

16

   CDE PROGRAM ON BIOETHICS ORGANISED BY THE RESEARCH COMMITTEE. Photos Report

   26TH SEP 2017

 

 

                 17

   RIGHTS TO INTELLECTUAL PROPERTIES. Photos Report

 

 

     9TH NOV 2017
      18

    FINANCIAL AWARNESS COUNSELLING - DISHA TRUST. Report

 

 

     10TH APRIL 2018
    19

   EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION – COMMUNICATING PERSUASIVELY                                                                                                    DR. ALISTAIR KING PHD, KL, MALAYSIA. Photos Report

 

     4TH JUNE 2018
                  20 TEACHER TRAINING PROGRAM – INDIRA GANDHI INSTITUTE OF DENTAL SCIENCES, PONDICHERRY Report

  

 

    31ST JAN 2019             -1ST FEB  2109
      21 WORKSHOP ON SOFT SKILL DEVELOPMENT Photos Report     4-5 TH APRIL 2019      /10 – 11TH APRIL           2019
       22 WORKSHOP ON OUTCOME BASED EDUCATION.Photos  Report    16-17TH APRIL              2019    
     23 INVESTMENT AWARENESS PROGRAM.Photos  Report     25TH APRIL, 2019        
    24 AWARENESS ABOUT NEEDLE STICK INJURY AMONG FACULTY Report / Photos
     22TH NOV                 2019
25
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS AND PATENT Report   2ND DEC 2020
26 STAFF ORIENTATION PROGRAM  Report 10TH  DEC 2020

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RULES & REGULATIONS FOR STAFF  

     Every teacher shall at all times maintain absolute integrity and devotion to duty.

  1. In his way of living and outlook, every teacher shall set an example to his colleagues and students.
  2. Every teacher shall at all time conduct himself in accordance with the orders regulating behavior and conduct which may be in force in the college.
  3. Adhere to a responsible pattern of conduct and demeanour expected of them by the community.
  4. Manage their private affairs in a manner consistent with the dignity of the profession.
  5. Seek to make professional growth continuous through study and research.
  6. Express free and frank opinion by participation at professional meetings, seminars, conferences etc, towards the contribution of knowledge.
  7. Maintain active membership of professional organizations and strive to improve education and profession through them.
  8. Perform their duties in the form of teaching, tutorial, practical, seminar and research work conscientiously and with dedication.
  9. Cooperate and assist in carrying out functions relating to educational responsibilities of the college such as advising and counselling students, as well as assisting in conduction University and college examinations, including supervision, invigilation and evaluation, and
  10. Participate in extension, co-curricular and extracurricular activities including community service.
  11. Avoid giving the impression of speaking for the institution when speaking privately or giving personal opinion.
  12. Respectfully and wisely use the resources made available to us by our institutions.
  13. Disclose to employers any condition of impairment that restricts our abilities to carry out responsibilities.
  14. Every teacher shall devote himself diligently to his work and utilise his time to the service of the college, as the case may be, and to the cause of education and give full cooperation in all academic programmes and other activities conducive to the welfare of the student community.
  15. No teacher shall borrow money from his subordinate or students.

 

     Teachers of Tagore Dental College should

  1. Respect the right and dignity of the student in expressing his/ her opinion.
  2. Deal justly and impartially with students regardless of their religion, caste, creed, political and economic, social and physical characteristics.
  3. Recognise the differences in the aptitude and capability among students and strive to meet their individual needs.
  4. Encourage the students to improve their attainments, develop their personality and at the same time contribute to community welfare.
  5. Inculcate among students scientific outlook, respect for physical labour and ideals of democracy, patriotism and peace.
  6. Be affectionate to students and not behave in a vindictive manner towards any of them for any reason.
  7. Pay attention to attainment of the student in the assessment of merit.
  8. Make themselves available to the students even beyond the class hours, and help and guide students without any remuneration or reward.
  9. Aid students to develop an understanding of our national heritage and national goals and
  10. Refrain from inciting the students against other students, colleagues        and administration.
  11. Should not harass the students in the name of authority.  not engage in  harassment, exploitation, illegal discrimination, embarrassment, or public  disparagement of students.
  12. Avoid personal relationships with students that might result in either the appearance or the fact of influence on professional judgments.
  13. Maintain confidentiality of a student’s disclosures.
  14. Make reasonable efforts to protect students from harmful conditions.
  15. Impartial to students and should treat all of them equally.
  16. Should strive to help the slow performers to do better and pay attention to their progress.
  17. Responsibility of the mentors should be taken seriously and meet the students every week and update their progress to their parents on a regular basis.
  18. Have zero tolerance for cheating and dishonesty in any form, strictly following institutional policy and due process for managing infractions.
  19. Provide criteria-based, constructive, and honest evaluations of student performance, reflecting true merit and guiding improvements where indicated.
  20. Do  not accept personal gifts of more than nominal value from students
  21. No teacher shall borrow money from his subordinate or students.

 

STAFF PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL

Tagore expects faculty to communicate information, ideas and values by using teaching methods and techniques that recognize a variety of learning styles, cultural backgrounds, and instructional settings. Instructional and curricular innovation is encouraged, as faculty should provide ways for students to be actively engaged in the work of the discipline. Recognizing that much learning goes on outside of the classroom, faculty should also be effective and skilful formal and informal advisors to students. Faculty should provide educational depth and breadth of opportunities in the clinic, the laboratory, or other hands-on learning environment whenever applicable.

For his/her teaching to be designated as outstanding, the candidate must have demonstrated that s/he is an accomplished teacher. Specific expectations concerning outstanding teaching at Tagore include knowledge of the subject matter, planning and communication of curriculum, supervision of students when applicable, creation of learning environments, fostering of student development and engagement, availability and receptivity to students, and fair evaluation of student performance.

  1. Knowledge of the Subject Matter. An outstanding teacher will have a command of the subject, demonstrating breadth and depth of knowledge, and will be updated regarding the developments in the field.
  2. Planning and Communication of Curriculum. An outstanding teacher will be effective in organizing the study of the subject, including defining student learning outcomes and instructional objectives, being well prepared for each class, developing appropriate syllabi and materials, covering material consistently and deliberately with good organizational planning, and structuring classroom discussions in a manner that facilitates learning. An outstanding teacher will stay abreast of new technology and innovation in teaching practices and be familiar with pedagogical tools. Faculty will be diligent in meeting teaching obligations, that includes generally beginning and ending class on time; submitting grades on time; cancelling classes only when necessary due to academic or professional conflicts, religious holidays, illness, or other exigent circumstances; and scheduling make-up classes or by other pedagogical means compensating for missed class time.
  3. Supervision of Students (where applicable). An outstanding teacher fosters student to accomplish objectives while, in addition, encourages critical thinking and analysis.
  4. Creation of Engaging Learning Environments. An outstanding teacher will create a classroom, laboratory or clinical environment that is conducive to learning and motivates students to learn. S/he will make effective use of different teaching methods and technology as appropriate. Further, the faculty member should be organized and an effective and clear communicator in conveying concepts through content delivery, questioning, and moderation of student discussion, as appropriate.
  5. Fostering of Student Development and Engagement. An outstanding teacher will foster student engagement in the learning environment and stimulate critical analysis by students.
  6. Availability and Receptivity to Students. An outstanding teacher will be reasonably available to students, including being receptive to student questions, maintaining regular office hours, offering advice to students on academic and professional matters, and reviewing student work in a timely manner.
  7. Fair Evaluation of Student Performance. An outstanding teacher will fairly assess student performance including, when appropriate, creating appropriate examinations; developing guidelines for student papers or presentations; impartially grading student examinations, papers, or presentations; or creating and using appropriate tools for reviewing and evaluating areas of clinical performance, and professional responsibility.

The candidate can be recommended for increment/ incentive when he/she has achieved the following:

  • Continuous growth in peer reviewed publications that may include reviews and book chapters.
  • Publication in a PubMed indexed journal as first author that have been published from the work done at Tagore.
  • Research activity that has been conducted in his/her own department and also with other departments
  • Evidence demonstrating excellence in educating students and/or activities directed at student learning
  • Participation in both national and international scientific meetings
  • Receive invitations for seminars at outside institutions
  • Invitations Lecturer/panellist at specialty conferences
  • Chairperson in specialty conferences
  • Supervision and mentoring of graduate or post graduate students
  • Participation in College and/or University governance
  • Active member in the Speciality Associations
  • Service as a reviewer of manuscripts for peer-reviewed journals
  • Participation in service activities consistent with Departmental, College, and University.

 

STAFF PARTICULARS

 

Each department is headed by a Professor and there are teaching and non-teaching staffs working in each department. The staff patterns are as per DCI norms. There are Associate professors, Readers, Senior lecturers all with postgraduate qualification and tutors with BDS qualification in all departments. There are skilled and trained technicians, mechanics and hygienists, nurses, attenders and house keeping staffs in each department.

 

 

ORAL MEDICINE RADIOLOGY

Name

Age / Sex

Qualification

Designation

Experience

DOJ

Phone / Email

Dr.G.S.Asokan click

44/M

MDS

Professor

14 years 2 months

19/03/11

9976388886

gsasokan@tagoredch.in 

gsasokan@gmail.com

 

Dr. N. Balaji click

42/M

MDS

Reader

9 years 8 months.

17/10/11

9941348601

drnbalaji@tagoredch.in

drnarasimbalaji@rediffmail.com

Dr. Parvathi.S click

29/F

MDS

Senior Lecturer

3 years 3 months 10 days

06.03.2018

 

9941466958

parvathi@tagoredch.in

Dr.Narmatha click

27/F

MDS

Senior Lecturer

 

16.06.2021

 

9629313899

narmadabds11@gmail.com

 

Dr. E.Bharathi click

35/F

BDS

Lecturer

10 years 9 months

16/09/10

9941318828

drbharathi19@tagoredch.in

Dr.barathi19@rediffmail.com

 

Dr. S. Lavanya click

 

32/F

 

BDS

 

Lecturer

 

4 years 7 months

 

16-11-2016

 

8220244160

lavanya@tagoredch.in

PERIODONTICS & IMPLANTOLOGY

 

 

Name

Age / Sex

Qualification

Designation

Experience

DOJ

Phone / Email

Dr. B .Bhuvaneswari CLICK

47/F

MDS

Professor

11 years

05.05.2010

9789912002

drbhuvanabirla@tagoredch.in

Dr. T. Parthasarathi CLICK

45/M

MDS

Reader

9 years

02.07.2012

9704586804

tparthasarathy@tagoredch.in

Dr. R. Priyadharshni CLICK

36/F

MDS

Reader

7 years, 4 months

21.01.2019

9444843950

docpriyaperio@gmail.com

Dr. Juala Catherine CLICK

33/F

MDS

Senior Lecturer

4 years, 7 months

01.11.2016

9789994402

jualacatherine@tagoredch.in

Dr. Vignesh Vikram CLICK

33/M

MDS

Senior Lecturer

3 years, 6 months

11.12.2017

9962544974

vigneshvikram@tagoredch.in

Dr.Sathyasri.P CLICK

24/F

BDS

Lecturer

1 month

28.04.2021

7871744006

omshakthissps@gmail.com

 

 

PEDIATRIC AND PREVENTIVE DENTISTRY

 

 

Name

Age/sex

Qualification

Designation

Total Experience

Date of Joining

Phone / Email         

Dr.R.Jayaprakash CLICK

41/ Male

MDS

Professor and Head of the department

12 years and 3 months

2/7/2012

9840203173

jaypeekrishna@gmail.com

Dr.S.Lakshmi Priya CLICK

34/ Female

MDS

Senior Lecturer

5 years and 7 months

04/11/2015

8939467548

drlakshmipedo@gmail.com

Dr.Gayathri.K CLICK

28/ Female

MDS

Senior Lecturer

1 year and 10 months

 

07/08/2019

8056216191

anugayathri2092@gmail.com

Dr.K.Shubashini CLICK

39/ Female

BDS

Lecturer

11 years and  5 months

 

 

01/12/2009

7358569960

drshubaharjith@gmail.com         

 

 

PROSTHODONTICS & CROWN & BRIDGE

 

Name

Age/Sex

Qualification

Designation

Experience

DOJ

Phone/Email

Dr C.J. Venkatakrishnan CLICK

45/M

MDS,

PhD

Professor & HOD

 

19years

 

22. 01. 2007

9841109234

venkatmds9@gmail.com

Dr. Jacob Mathew Philip CLICK

37/ M

BDS, MDS, PhD

Reader

11 Yrs 3 Months

1st Oct

2011

9840588335

jacobmphilip@tagoredch.in

Dr.M.Narasimman CLICK

38/M

MDS

Reader

11yrars

1 month

17/05/2010

9884242784

drnarasimman@hotmail.com

Dr.Rathinavel Pandian  CLICK

33/M

MDS

Reader

7years 1 month

04-06-2014

9788045975 rathinavel.dr@gmail.com

Dr. Helen Mary Abraham CLICK

34/F

BDS, MDS

Senior Lecturer

6 Yrs 10 Months

1st Sept 2014

8220178774

dr.helenabraham@ tagoredch.in

Dr.Vivek Rajasimhan N CLICK

31/M

MDS

Senior lecturer

3 years 8 months

October 3rd 2017

8056113525

drvivekraja89@gmail.com

Dr.N.Nithiyarajan CLICK 

34/Male

MDS, APGDCRM

Senior Lecturer

3 years 8 months

01-11-2017

9994287320/

Nithyarajan@tagoredch.in

Dr.Arul kumar N CLICK

30yrs/Male

MDS

Senior Lecturer

3 years 8months

1st Nov 2017

9884571337/

aruldurai2668@gmail.com

Dr. B. Tamizhesai CLICK

35/female

M.D.S

 

Senior lecturer

3 years 6 month

02.01.2018

9952380005/ esai.dentist@gmail.com

Dr.M.Navinbharathy CLICK

29/F

 

MDS

Senior Lecture

3 months

15.03.2021

9566152236/ navinbharathymohan92@gmail.com

Dr.Suganya.P CLICK

41/F

BDS

Lecturer

17 years

11-07-2012

9843074198/

drsuganya79@gmail.com

Dr.S.David CLICK

29/M

 

BDS

Lecturer

6.9 yrs

19/9/14

9791152015

7358613646

drsadavid@gmail.com

Dr.Nithya Jayaprakash CLICK

35/F

BDS

Lecturer

1 year and 9 months

03/09/2019

9994321885

 

ORAL & MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY

 

Name

Age / Sex

Qualification

Designation

Exprience

DOJ

Phone / Email

Dr. Jimson Samson

 

48/M

MDS

Professor

and

Head

19years
9 months

29/01/10

9940309211

jimsons@tagoredch.in

omfsjimson@gmail.com

Dr. B. Lokesh CLICK

41/M

MDS

Reader

8years

6months

08/12/12

9940355355

drlokeshomfs@tagoredch.in

drlokeshomfs@gmail.com

Dr.B. Anand

CLICK

40/M

MDS

Reader

7 years,         5months

 

16/12/2013

9498062672

dr.b.anandh@tagoredch.in

Dr. Meeran Sharif CLICK

29/M

MDS

Senior Lecturer

2years

3months

08.04.2019

9445669427

mashsharif@tagoredch.in

Dr. Vinay CLICK

29/M

MDS

Senior Lecturer

1 year

8 months

15.10.2019

vinaysundar@tagoredch.in

8056205321

Dr. Israel Nathanael CLICK

 

28/M

MDS

Senior Lecturer

1 year

4months

20.2.2020

Israel@tagoredch.in

9380363737

Dr. Jones Jayabalan CLICK

26/M

MDS

Senior Lecturer

2 months

01.04.2021

drjonesj@tagoredch.in

7845619673

 

CONSERVATIVE DENTISTRY & ENDODONTICS

 

 

Name

Age / Sex

Qualification

Designation

Experience

DOJ

Phone / Email

Dr. S. Balagopal CLICK

 

 

62/M

MDS

Professor

 38 years,   1 month, 16days

29/01/2008

9444039411

sbalagopal@tagoredch.in

drsbalagopal@datatone.in

Dr.Vandana James  CLICK

34/F

MDS

Reader

8 YEARS 2 MONTHS

30/9/2013

       9840648846 

Dr N.GEETHA PRIYA CLICK

38/F

MDS

Reader

7 years and 11 months

27/1/2020

9841769355

Dr  C.S.Shobana CLICK

38/F

MDS

Reader

4 years, 5 months

02.11.2020

9884194454

Dr. Sriganesh  CLICK

34/M

MDS

Senior Lecturer

3 years, 6    months,

02.01.2018

9566243789

Dr. Anisha Sebtni CLICK  

11.07.1991/F

MDS

Senior Lecturer

3 years 7 months

05.01.2018

 8344866709

Dr. Gayathri.R.S  

03.09.1990/F

MDS

   Senior         Lecturer

1 year, 15 Days

07.06.2018

9159520077 

Dr S SARATH SARATHYCLICK

 28/M

MDS 

Senior  Lecturer 

 8 months

15.06.2019

6380941283 

Dr SARATH KUMAR CLICK

29/M

MDS 

Senior  Lecturer 

7 month

29/11/2020

9789092219

Dr. Charanya CLICK

 28/F

MDS 

Senior  Lecturer 

 1 year 11 months 10 days

08.07.2019

9791156861 

Dr. Anitha CLICK

14-05-1980/F

BDS

Lecturer

10 years,   8 months, 5 days

17.09.2008

9841022969

Dr.Praveen Raj CLICK

20-9-1993/M

BDS

Lecturer

2 years, 4 days

8-05-2017

7598296098

 

ORAL & MAXILLOFACIAL PATHOLOGY

 

Name

Age / Sex

Qualification

Designation

Experience

DOJ

Phone / Email

Dr. P. Sai Krishna CLICK 

 47/M

 MDS

 Professor

20 Years

 26/03/09

 9841027452

saikrishnna@tagoredch.in

Dr.L.S. Makesh Raj  CLICK

 33/M

MDS

 Reader

 13 Years,  2 Month

10/06/08

 9791071687

makeshraj1981@tagoredch.in

Dr. V. Jai Santhosh ManiKandan CLICK

29/M

M.D.S

Senior Lecturer

6 years,   9 months, 19 days

04/08/14

9841998625

jaisantosh@tagoredch.in

Dr. S. Prasanna  CLICK 

 02-11-1984/M

     MDS

Senior Lecturer

 3 Year,    10 Months

 02-08-2017

 9940250857

prasanna@tagoredch.in

Dr. Pravina Fernando  click

30-10-1978/F

    BDS

Lecturer

15 Years,   02 Months

04-04-2006

9444067838

pravinafernando@tagoredch.in

 

 

 

PUBLIC HEALTH DENTISTRY

Name

Age / Sex

Qualification

Designation

Experience

DOJ

Phone /

Email

 

Dr. Vaishnavi CLICK

 

23.06.88

Female

MDS

Reader

6 years 2 months

 

 

16.11.19

86680 12471

vaishnaviprashanth1@gmail.com

Dr. B. Kumara Raja   CLICK      

26.03.87

Male

MDS

Senior

Lecturer

4 years and 1 months

 

02.05.17

9620300783

drkumararaja@gmail.com

Dr. Nivedha 

20/12/91

Female

MDS

Senior

Lecturer

2 year and 4 month

18.12.19

9566017103

nivedha4u@gmail.com 

Dr. Manoj Kumar. M 

24.05.92

Male

BDS

Lecturer

2 year 12 months

 

08.03.18

9790703730

manojkumar@tagoredch.in

Dr. Virudambal 

05.10.92

Female

BDS

Lecturer

2 year 7 months

28.05.18

9791376098 virudambal@tagoredch.in

Dr. Maha Lakshmi 

14.02.93

Female

BDS

Lecturer

1 year 10 months

02.05.19

7358400230                                                                  

mahalakshmi@tagoredch.in

 

 

 

ORTHODONTICS AND DENTOFACIAL ORTHOPEDICS

 

 

Name

Age / Sex

Qualification

Designation

Experience

DOJ

Phone / Email

 

Dr. K.Balaji CLICK

 

43/M

MDS

Professor

16 years,   6 months, 15 days

01/08/08

9840400990

kbalaji@yahoo.com

                     balajikrishnan@tagoredch.in

 

Dr.SunilChandy Varghese CLICK

 

31/M

M.D.S

Reader

8 years,     2 months, 15  days

02/5/2013

9840648845 

 chandy@tagoredch.in  

sunil_cv84@yahoo.com

 

Dr. Mahalakshmi CLICK

 

12-11-1987/F    

MDS

senior Lecturer

4 years,     4 months, 21 days

26-02-2016

9840504523

mahakrishnasai@gmail.com

drmahalakshmi@tagoredch.in

 

Dr. R. Rajesh click

01-02-1974/M

MDS

senior Lecturer

3 year 10months, 26days

21-08-2017

9840084384

rajesh@tagoredch.in

Dr. Parameswaran.T M CLICK

27/M

MDS

Senior Lecturer

8 Months

01/10/2020

9842359444

drparameswaran@tagoredch.in

Dr. Shanthini Priya A  CLICK

28/F

MDS

Senior Lecturer

7 Months, 15 days

15/10/2020

9597586247     

shantinipriyaarumugam@gmail.com

Dr. Deepak P CLICK

 

27/M

 

MDS

 

Senior Lecturer

2 Months

18 days

1/4/2021

7904737735

p1deepak22@gmail.com

 

Dr.Vanjulavalli  CLICK

 

35/F

 

BDS

 

Lecturer

9 years,     2 month, 12 days

02/11/11

 7502055530

 vallivanjula@tagoredch.in

 

Dr.PrabhuGandhi CLICK

 

25/M

 

BDS

 

Lecturer

 

2 Years 4 months

01.10.2018

9629186882

drprabhugandhi@tagoredch.in

STAFF WELFARE MEASURES

The institution cares for its staff and have brought about many welfare provisions, and instituted many welfare measures for them

  • In-house staff quarters for the teaching and non-teaching staff.
  • Provident fund and ESI facilities.
  • Maternity leave.
  • Group insurance.
  • Subsidized transport.
  • Subsidized canteen.
  • Free internet access.
  • Subsidized medical and dental health care treatment.
  • Financial assistance for attending and conducting programs.
  • Sports facilities.
  • Encourage informal get-together of staff for better understanding and cooperation.
  • Paid summer and winter vacation, casual and earn leave and medical leave, 3 paid permissions per month.
  • Interest free Loans for non-teaching staffs.

STAFF GENDER EQUITY

The male to female ratio of students is about 30:70 and in the staff it is about 50:50.

There is no Gender bias in the institution.  Tagore Dental College & Hospital is managed by a female Prof M Mala, and the Principal from its inception has been a female Dr Chitraa R Chandran.  As a female they understand the importance of gender equity, and hence utmost importance is given for Gender Harassment and equity.

About 70-75% of the BDS and MDS students are female and 60% of the teaching staff and 80% of non-teaching staffs are females.   So, there is no compromise on gender equity. 

Gender equity is not part of curriculum but insisted upon from the orientation program onwards. Every year students are made aware of gender equity and sensitization during the re-registration program by our college staffs. Lectures and programs are organised with external speakers to create awareness and how to cope   up with the problems and complain to the college authorities for redressal. Students are also advised on the ways to protect themselves from these problems and come out of the situation. Lectures are also conducted for the girls and boys regarding nutrition, sexual awareness and personal hygiene.

Gender harassment committee has been functioning in the college for the past 5 years.  There are posters about the effects of harassment and also whom to approach. Students from every year are appointed as part of the committee, as well as representatives of hostel and transport. The committee meets twice a year to chart the progress and plan for future programs. Any complaints from the students or staff will be heard immediately, and enquiry conducted. 

The safety and security of staffs and students are important. CCTV cameras are present in all classrooms, clinics, labs and corridors and also outside the college building. There are security guards inside the campus throughout the day and night. Common rooms and separate toilet facilities are present for girls and boys, and also for teaching and non-teaching staffs.   There is a counsellor in the medical college to counsel the staffs and students. The mentors also act as counsellors to counsel the students.  Day care centre for children is present in the campus to look after young children.

The Gender harassment committee is in place according to the Visaka guidelines and strict monitoring of any such activity is done. The committee meets twice a year, and organizes programs and lectures to sensitize the students and staff on gender harassment. So far no complaints have been received. The staff and students are briefed during their orientation program about gender harassment, and the contact numbers of the committee members are displayed at prominent places in the college. Women’s day celebration includes sensitization of the students and teaching and non-teaching staff about gender harassment and also creating awareness among them.

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