Karim City College
Established in 1961 by our Founder Father Late Syed Tafazzul Karim with a view to impart education to the weaker section of Jamshedpur specially Muslims, Karim City College has now become a premier educational institution of eastern India.
After the sad demise of our founder his son Late S.M. Shafiq patronised the institution with his leading from the front attitude. His death in 1992 created a void which was successfully and graciously filled by our present trustee Mr. Syed Ashfaque Karim whose modern and progressive approach is taking the college to greater heights.
Located in the heart of the city of Tatas, the College possesses a student friendly infrastructure, education centre activities and knowledge oriented ambience. Around 8,500 students are enrolled at present pursuing their studies in five faculties and 22 departments. Run and managed by Karim’s Trust, Jamshedpur and permanently affiliated to Kolhan University, Chaibasa. Karim City College is known for its discipline, quality services and dedication. Under the empirical approach of our present trustee the College surged ahead in infrastructure facilities with the development of our new campus at Mango. Academic excellence is a pursuit for us and we are constant in our pilgrimage towards House Beautiful. The College had CPE status under 11th plan of UGC. It has been re accredited by NAAC in 2012.
Bachelor in Mass Communication
The College library possesses a rich collection of text books and reference books to support the educational need of students and faculty members. Every year a good number of books are added in the stock. Efforts are made to update the library and make it more user friendly.
The library has a Faculty Studies (for teachers) and a separate reading room for students. It also has Central Xerox facility for its users where they may get relevant books and reference materials photocopied in a subsidized rate.
With the assistance of UGC, New Delhi the College library has started Book Bank Scheme for needy and meritorious students.
The college library has procured INFLIBNET Services in 2010. Presently the faculty members are using the facility and the same will be open to the students from the next academic session.
The college canteen offers eatables at reasonable prices and remains open during all working days.
The college tries it’s level best to use ICT (Information and Communication Technology) to make the teaching – learning process more learner centric. The college has set up two e-class rooms equipped with over head projection, smart interactive board and online facilities. The college plans to develop more e-classrooms in near future.
In an effort to provide ICT based education and in order to make the teaching – learning process more effective the college has established a Math Lab. Which makes the teaching of Mathematics innovative and student oriented. The Lab is equipped with computers of latest configuration, teaching software’s & programs and online facilities.
Two separate common rooms for boys and girls with facilities like Table Tennis, Carrom Board, Chess, Ludo, Chinese checker, magazines and news papers.
The common room organises indoor games like Carrom, Chess and Table tennis for the students every year.
Dr. Sk Anwar Ali, Faculty of Commerce is the Incharge of common room.
The college has a Central Xerox Facility in Library for the students and staffs where text books, reference books and relevant materials can be photocopied at a subsidized rate.
In order to ensure smooth functioning of the teaching and learning process and in an effort to make the campus free from any gender bias, Women’s Cell has been constituted as per the norms of the UGC. The cell is authorized to take up issues related to the women/girl students. The cell organizes different programs to sensitize the students in general and girl students in particular with regard to gender specific issues. The cell has women staff members, girls students and parent representative in its structure.
Employability Enhancement Cell:
The Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) Govt. of India, UGC, NAAC and other policy making agencies have always emphasised to work in the direction of making the curriculum career oriented and to enhance the employability of students. Experts in the field of education are of the opinion that employability rather than employment is a major issue of our students. The college plans to take initiative in this regard by the creation of Employability Enhancement Unit which will work as an umbrella organisation and will ensure a proper functioning of the Career Planning & Guidance Cell and Placement Cell.