Research & Development


Academic excellence thrives when it is applicable to daily life and deeply rooted in a fundamental understanding. Research plays a vital role in extending the practicality of knowledge. At NCCS, we have been actively engaged in the academic industry for two decades, and with our recent association with the University Grants Commission, we are driven by an internal desire to enhance the quality of our programs and activities. As a result, the Research Management Committee (RMC) has identified key objectives to upgrade and strengthen our research endeavors.
Objectives of the Research Management Committee:

  1. Foster a culture of strong collaboration between students and faculty, with a focus on research-related activities.
  2. Encourage students to explore their cognitive skills by moving beyond traditional teaching methods and adopting a scholar-based approach.
  3. Motivate teaching faculty to conduct research, which will provide a solid foundation for self-assessment and continual growth.
  4. Assist students and faculty in publishing articles in both national and international journals.
  5. Publish an annual journal showcasing the outcomes of research conducted by faculty and students.
  6. Organize seminars, conferences, and workshops on research methodology for students and faculty members.

Annual Plan

We understand that the success of any plan lies in its outcomes. Mere aspirations are mere raw resources without the realization of their potential. With determination as our driving force, we are inching closer to success in the academic industry.
Our annual plan for the upcoming year is as follows:

  1. Each faculty member, belonging to the management, science, and humanities departments, will conduct at least one research or mini-research project funded by the organization, focusing on their respective academic excellence.
  2. Encourage student involvement in research activities by providing opportunities for their participation in ongoing research projects.
  3. Offer partial or full funding to students for their research endeavors when genuine and feasible proposals are presented to the RMC. We aim to inspire them to think outside the box.
  4. Conduct a minimum of two workshops annually to promote student participation in research-related activities, with rewards for the best performers.
  5. Publish a journal at the end of each academic year, featuring articles and research conducted by both faculty and students.

By implementing these strategies, we aim to foster a research-centric environment that encourages continuous growth and promotes excellence in academia.

Composition of Research Committee

The NCCS Research Management Committee (RMC) shall comprise six members responsible for facilitating research:

  1. Program Director (Chairperson)
  2. One Faculty member from B.I.M
  3. One Faculty member from B.H.M
  4. One Faculty member from B.Sc.CSIT
  5. One Faculty member from B.B.M
  6. One Faculty member from B.C.A

Role & Responsibility of Research Management Committee:

The Research Management Committee plays a vital role in advising and assisting the Head of College in leading and managing research activities. Its specific responsibilities include: :

  1. Providing advice and assistance to the Head of College and the College Council in fulfilling the research objectives outlined in the College Strategic Plan.
  2. Drafting, reviewing, and recommending policies and procedures pertaining to research.
  3. Developing research policies, monitoring research activities, and reviewing policies related to research training.
  4. Collaborating with researchers, research clusters, and units to identify and pursue national and international funding opportunities.
  5. Serving as a liaison between the College, Schools, the University, and other Colleges, fostering effective communication and collaboration
  6. Promoting the accomplishments and outputs of research activities within the College to enhance visibility and recognition.
  7. Strengthening relationships and fostering collaboration with Research Committees in other Colleges within the University.
  8. Cultivating strong internal relationships within the College, such as between Schools and Research Centres, as well as with other Colleges within the University.
  9. Showcasing research achievements and serving as a College representative in university research quality assessment exercises.
  10. Developing external relationships with funding agencies, both nationally and internationally, as well as with other Universities and Research Institutions.
  11. Submitting a comprehensive list of ongoing research projects, specifying their frequency of conduct, if applicable.
  12. Preparing an annual report for approval by the College Management Committee (CMC), summarizing the previous year's research endeavors and outlining priorities for the upcoming year.
  13. Making recommendations to enhance research programs and the research environment through effective coordination.
  14. Advising the College Management Committee (CMC) and Institutional Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) on the implementation of administrative programs and policies aimed at supporting research.
  15. Discussing and reporting on any research-related matters submitted to the College Management Committee.

By fulfilling these responsibilities, the Research Management Committee contributes to the growth and success of research endeavors within the College, promoting a vibrant and productive research culture