Center for Continuing Education Kerala
Center for Continuing Education Kerala [CCEK] is an autonomous body established by Government of Kerala in the year 1998 vide G.O.(MS) No. 9/98/H.Edn. dated 3/2/1998, to promote continuing education programme in Engineering Colleges, Arts & Science Colleges and Polytechnic Colleges in the State of Kerala. The Center is dedicated entirely to the growth and development of technical education, industry, business and social uplift. Vide GO (Rt.) No. 711/98/H.Edn. dated 22/6/1998, each Continuing Education Cell of the Polytechnic, Engineering and Arts & Science Colleges in the State – Government or Aided – shall be a sub centre of CCEK. Vide GO (Rt.) No. 2178/2013/H.Edn. dtd.1/11/2013, Government approved the model of the Certificate and accorded sanction to the Director, CCEK for awarding certificates to the pass outs of the examination to the courses conducted by CCEK.
The Programmes is organized by a new society, viz. Center for Continuing Education, Kerala to be registered under the Travancore Cochin Literacy, Scientific and Charitable Societies Act 1995. The Center for Continuing Education Kerala under the administrative control of the Higher Education Department is offering continuing education programme through its sub – centers. Our college is selected as a sub-center with the Registration No. CE/A/382/13 and started the CCEK courses in the year 2014 onwards.
Aims and Objectives:
(1). To impart need based training to unemployed youth to increase their employability in key sectors of our economy.
(2). To offer full time, part-time, formal and non formal programmes to upgrade the management skills to small scale business and industry.
(3). To provide special training on small business development utilizing locally available resources.
(4). To conduct vocational training to meet the specific needs of industry and business.
(5). To conduct retaining for professional and executives in Industry, Business, and Service sectors so as to enable them to cope up with the fast changing technological and managerial environment.
(6). To conduct in-service training to workers in the industries of organized and unorganized sectors for enhancement of productivity and equip them to meet the changes in technology.
(7). To establish partnership with industries and commerce for identifying human resource requirements and training needs.
(8). To make training needs analysis of specific sectors and plan and organize suitable training programmes for them.
(9). To develop and publish training materials for regular and distance education programmes.
(10). To identify the areas in which distance education and open learning methods are appropriate and to design and conduct such programmes.
(11). To identify the employment potential areas and to conduct competency based skill development programmes.
(12). To undertake such other activities as are relevant to fulfill the objectives of the center.
Admission: The admission notification for the courses is published by CCEK or the sub-centers concerned as per the guidelines issued by CCEK from time to time. The details of courses offered along with the fee structure and the name of the sub-centers will be published along with the notification through the web-sites of CCEK. Students can obtain the applications for the courses from the sub-centers concerned free of cost or can be downloaded from the websites of CCEK.
Reservation of Seats: 10 % of total seats of each course will be earmarked to the students of SC and ST communities, 5% to SEBC and OEC communities and 5% seats to BPL category. If no candidate is available in a particular reservation category, admission can be made from other categories. The reservation category students need to pay only 50% of the tuition fee, if their fee is not allotted from the respective Development Departments.
Convenor: Dr. Smitha R, Assistant Professor of Economics
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