Mount Everest College organized a one day awareness programme on code of Conduct cum Faculties meeting organized by IQAC on 6th August, 2022, 10:00 am at College Auditorium Hall.

The programme was presided by the President Dr.V.  Alexander Pao, and was attended by  Khuveirou Vemai, Secretary , Gonmei MaithuanlungPou, Vice Principal, Roshan Shagolsem, Academic Dean, Matum Tomba, PRO, Niomchung Jatak Chiru, IQAC Coordinator and all the Teaching staffs of Mount Everest College.

The objective of the programme was to enlighten the teacher on the Code of Conduct of the Institute, the new implementation of NEP, 2022 and the role of IQAC in preparation on NAAC Assessment and the role of every Department and various committees to take up in it.

The programme starts with an elaborate discussion made by Maithuanlungpou Gonmei, Vice Principal on the Code of Conduct of the Institute to be followed by all the stakeholders within and outside the campus of the Institute.

The teachers were further encouraged by Roshan Shagolsem, Academic Dean to adopt new teaching methods and expand their learning and teaching capacity.

Further, Niomchung Jatak Chiru, IQAC Coordinator brief the faculties present on the importance of IQAC and its role in Assessment process by NAAC. He urge all the Stakeholders especially the Management, Faculties, Administrative staff, Various Department and Committee to work together in every activities not only according to the Academic Calendar but also taking extra mile in timely execution of various activities taken up by the Institute.

Finally Dr.V. Alexander Pao, President of the Institute exhort and encourage all the faculties in their selfless sacrifice so far in rendition of their service to the institution. He appeal all the faculties to go with the extra mile in Teaching Learning process by taking up more Research and Publication and upgrade their Academic progression. He encourages all the faculties present to work together towards the vision and goal of the institute.

The programme was successfully concluded with a prayer from Mr. Wilson Jimik, Head Deacon, Mount Everest College and light refreshment.