Organizational Structure & Institutional Policy


Fatima Mata National College (Autonomous) is managed by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Kollam, under the visionary guidance and leadership of the Patron, His Excellency Bishop of Quilon.

  The Managing Board, The Governing Council and The Academic council, periodically monitor the implementation of the strategic plans and policies of the institution.

The statutory bodies of the institution are the Governing Council, the Academic Council, the office of the Controller of Examination, Finance Committee and Board of Studies.

  The Governing Council assesses and evaluates all the activities and programmes of the college and offers creative suggestions pertaining to all aspects of development.

  The Academic Council sanctions academic programmes in the college for each academic year. It approves the syllabi and curricula for all the courses in each department and ratifies the same after the board of studies meeting has been convened in each department. It also monitors and reviews the standard of instruction.

  The College Council is a statutory body comprising the Principal, all HODs, the Librarian, the senior superintendent and three elected representatives of the teaching staff. This is the supreme body of the college, which takes all important decisions, regarding the functioning of the college. The College council meets periodically and whenever there are any urgent issues to be sorted out.

  An Internal Quality Assessment Cell functions in the college to ensure the planning and effective implementation of programmes charted out for every academic year, and to prepare the AQAR.

  The Controller of Examinations monitors all activities related to conduct of end semester examinations, preparing the question bank, preparing the panel of examiners and question paper setters, organising and monitoring the valuation camp for the valuation of scripts and publication of results, and addressing the grievances if any, in a fair and just manner.

 Institutional Policy