FACULTY EMPOWERMENT STRATEGIES: The institution prioritises the welfare of all its employees. Many measures are in place to augment the professional ecosystem and offer necessary support to all teaching and non-teaching staff .

Financial aid is provided to both teaching and non-teaching staff in the form of salary advance in times of need. Need-based short term loans are also given to staff for personal use. Children's Educational fees for employees are provided as advance at the beginning of the academic year. The institution also addresses medical emergencies for employees either as a contribution or advance to the family concerned.

Support staff are provided with six sets of uniform for daily wear which goes a long way towards easing expenses on clothing.

Caretakers and administrative staff are provided beverages daily. Refreshments are given whenever they have to work overtime or on holidays. They are also paid for any work done on overtime basis. Teaching and non-teaching staff are provided refreshments during college programmes/occasions celebrated together.

The Management acknowledges the service and commitment of both teaching and non-teaching staff through thoughtful and useful gifts on Teachers' Day and for Christmas.

Staff who complete 25 years of service in JNC are felicitated on College Day. Their family members are also invited for the occasion.

In order to promote healthy and recreational bonding among staff members, outstation trips are organised annually for both teaching and non-teaching staff. Such trips result in reducing employee stress and develop camaraderie among faculty from various departments.

Faculty enhancement programmes are conducted periodically to bring about a holistic, skill-centric and outcome based learning process for faculty members. These FDPs emphasise on re-energising critical thinking abilities and upgrading pedagogical approaches. Such programmes help in disseminating and transferring skills in domains that are of contemporary relevance.


Free parking facility is provided for teaching and non-teaching staff

College has a medical room with a doctor on call and a nurse on duty. The college has an agreement with Mabel Clinic which provides on-campus services. The instituion also has terms of engagement with Apollo Clinic located opposite the college to deal with emergencies.

Separate lounges are provided for men and women faculty where employees can relax, and engage in team- building activities. The room is equipped with RO drinking water purifier for supply of hot/cold water.

Staff can access unlimited digital content via college Wi-fi.

A state-of-the-art gymnasium with the latest fitness equipments is available for the use of staff and students.

This facility has a serene and calm atmosphere, which helps one to recharge physically and mentally, and have a quiet reflective moment.

A modern cafeteria with a wide range of cuisines to cater to the different palettes on campus provides food at nominal rates for students and staff all through the working day.

Two snack vending machines have been installed and are made full use of by staff and students.

Sr. Rosily K J

Ms. Naureen Aziz

Dr. Goolappa Okkunda

Dr. Roopa Philip