The governing body of Kannur Salafi B.Ed College functions as a collective entity with general duties aimed at overseeing and guiding the college’s overall operations. Here are the general duties and how the governing body typically works:

Policy Formulation and Oversight:

Develop and review policies related to academic programs, admissions, faculty appointments, and student affairs.

Ensure compliance with regulatory standards and accreditation requirements.

Financial Management:

Approve budgets, financial plans, and expenditures.

Monitor financial performance and ensure fiscal responsibility.

Review and approve major financial decisions and investments.

Strategic Planning:

Develop long-term goals, strategic plans, and initiatives for the college’s growth and development.

Monitor progress towards strategic objectives and make adjustments as needed.

Appointment and Evaluation:

Appoint and evaluate senior administrative staff, including the Principal or Director.

Review performance evaluations and provide feedback on leadership effectiveness.

Community Relations:

Foster positive relationships with stakeholders, including students, faculty, staff, alumni, parents, and the local community.

Represent the college in external forums, events, and collaborations.

Governance and Compliance:

Ensure adherence to legal and regulatory requirements governing higher education institutions.

Conduct regular audits and assessments to maintain institutional integrity and accountability.

Decision-Making and Meetings:

Hold regular meetings to discuss college affairs, make decisions, and review progress.

Follow democratic processes for decision-making, including voting on key issues when necessary.

Advancement of Education Quality:

Support initiatives that enhance teaching, learning, research, and innovation within the college.Promote a culture of continuous improvement and academic excellence.

The governing body typically operates through a combination of meetings, committees, and working groups. Committees may be formed to address specific areas such as finance, academics, infrastructure, student welfare, and legal matters. Members collaborate, share expertise, and make collective decisions to ensure the college’s effective functioning and advancement. Communication channels are established to keep stakeholders informed and engaged in the college’s governance processes.

ChairmanP.P Abdul Salam
Vice- ChairmanP K Ibrahim Haji
Vice- chairmanP Hashim
SecretaryDr. A A Basheer
Joint -SecretaryM M Haris
TreasurerM Noushad
MembersDr. Zulfikar Ali
V Ashraf Babu
K N Aboobaker
C.C. Shakeer Farooqui
Dr. A.V. Abdulla
A Muhammed
C.R Muhammed Siddeque Haji
K P Ishaq Ali
Ismayil C.H