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I Advisory Committees

1.1 Core Operations Group (COG)

The COG is Executive Director’s immediate advisory and  strategic support group to oversee the daily operations on campus - academic and non-academic. This is formed to discuss matters related to the campus in general and to arrive at decisions.  The COG consists of all department heads. The COG meets regularly every month on first Tuesday from 9.30 am to 10.30 am. Additional meetings are convened as required by the Executive Director. Minutes of the meetings are prepared by the Administration in Charge and are kept as record of the decisions. The Student Council Chairperson (or in his/her absence another Student Council representative), is invited for the first fifteen minutes of the meeting to present grievances, if any, of the student community. The group was constituted in July 2011.


  • Executive Director (Chairman)

  • Dr Anne Varghese (Senior Psychologist, Head Allied Services Dept)

  • Ms. Bini Mahesh, In Charge, Administration (Responsible for MOM)

  • Ms Daisy Sebastian (Coordinator, Academic & Intervention Programs)

  • Mr Gopakumar  (Finance Officer)

  • Dr. K. G. Satheesh Kumar( Director -CATI)

  • Ms Jeena Mary Joy (Senior Lecturer & Head, ASLP)

  • Ms Raji Gopal (Coordinator-Degree(HI);Faculty-HEFP)

  • Ms Shirly G (Head, New Initiatives)

  • Ms Sindhu I.V ( Head,EIP)

  • Dr Suja Kunnath (Associate professor, HoD,Department of NDS)

  • Ms. Mini Mathew, Nurse and Incharge of Customer Care


1.2 International advisory board

 An international advisory Board was formed for NISH in 2009. The purpose was to have a team of experts who are well established their field as well as have an interest in the field of disabilities and rehabilitation.  to come together and provide insights and advice to the Executive Director . The interaction and periodic video and audio conference calls  were to provide insights in matters of global partnerships, interesting ideas. that may be interesting to the growth of NISH. The Board members were also to spread in their circles of influence as appropriate about NISH and its activities. The IAB will have a similar role when reconstituted with the formation of the new University under formation.


  • Executive Director,(Coordinator)

  • Shri G Vijya Raghavan

  • Dr. Dilip Soman

  • Mr Sankar Krishnan

  • Ms Divya Krishnan

 II Committees which are mandatory as per Supreme Court, UGC, KU, ISO guidelines

2.1 Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC)

The objective of the IQAC is to develop a quality system for conscious, consistent and catalytic programmed action to improve the academic and administrative performance of the Institute and to promote measures for institutional functioning towards quality enhancement through internationalization of quality culture and institutionalization of best practices. It was constituted  on 28/05/2015. The IQAC Cell meets every 4 months.


  1. Executive Director (Chairperson, IQAC)

  2. Ms Shirly G, Head, New Initiatives (Coordinator, IQAC)

  3. Dr Ajimsha K M, Clinical Manager - India & SE Asia, Advanced Bionics India Pvt Ltd, Bangalore,  (Alumnus)

  4. Ms Anju VJ, Psychologist

  5. Ms Chithra Prasad, Faculty, HEFP

  6. Ms Daisy Sebastian , Coordinator, A & IP

  7. Ms Parvathy Pavithran, Faculty, CS

  8. Ms. Praveena Davis, HOD, ASLP

  9. Ms. Raji Gopal, Coordinator, DHI

  10. Ms. Raji NR, In-Charge, CS

  11. Ms Sindhu I V, HOD., EIP

  12. Ms Sreebha Sreedhar, Faculty, ASLP

  13. Dr Sreekumar, VP, SUNTEC, Technopark

  14. Dr Suja Kunnath, HOD, NDS

  15. Prof Vijayakumar, Asst Prof , HOD(Rtd)

  16. Ms Anoopa Mathew, II year BSc (Computer Science)(HI) (Student)

  17. Ms Maria M Reji, II year BASLP (Student)

 2.2 Academic Council

​Academics council oversees and monitors effective strategies for curriculum development, teaching learning methods and train the staff on recent technological and conceptual advancement in the curriculum management​. It was constituted on 7/2/2014. The academic council at NISH currently has only an advisory role as the academic decisions regarding curriculum are approved by the Academic Council of Kerala University. The Academic Council with  statutory powers will be constituted after the formation of the University.


  • Executive Director - Chairperson

  • Dr Suja Kunnath (Associate professor, Department of NDS)- Convenor

  • Dr Anne Varghese (Senior Psychologist)

  • Ms Daisy Sebastian (Coordinator, Academic & Intervention Programs)

  • Dr. K. G. Satheesh Kumar, Director (CATI)

  • Ms Jeena Mary Joy (Lecturer & Head Department of Speech Language Pathology)

  • Ms Raji Gopal (Coordinator-Degree(HI);Faculty-HEFP)

  • Mr Rakesh, In Charge, Fine Arts

  • Ms Raji N R, In-Charge, CS

  • Ms. Bhavna, In-charge, Commerce

  • Mr. Tomy Varghese (Librarian)

2.3 Anti-Ragging Committee:

As per the directions of Supreme Court of India, UGC and the University of Kerala regulations require the formation of anti-ragging committee and anti-ragging squad. This was constituted in 2010 at NISH. Directions regarding members of committee, members of squad and steps to be taken to curb ragging at NISH are followed as per directions from time to time. A copy of the UGC Regulations on curbing the menace of ragging in higher educational institutions is given to each student admitted to the first year degree program. Affidavit by the new students, senior students and parent/guardian are collected every year from all students. The goal at NISH is to eliminate completely this bad behavior through counseling, creating awareness and encouraging students to think differently. The ARC meets at least twice in a year and reviews the situation.


  • Executive Director (Chairman)

  • Arya SS (Coordinator)

  • Ms Raji Gopal, Coordinator –DHI (Secretary)

  • Representative of Police Administration

  • Mr Arun Gopal, Teacher Associate, EIP

  • Ms Athira L.S, Representative-non teaching staff

  • Ms Mini S.K ,Representative of local media

  • Ms Soja Oliver, Administrative Officer

  • Mr Vibhash, Representative of NGO-youth activity

  • Parents of 2 First Year Students,

  • Representative- 2 first year students,

  • Chairman-College Union,

  • Vice Chairman-College Union

 2.4 The Committee Against Sexual Harassment at NISH(CASH-NISH):

 CASH-NISH has been constituted by the Executive Director in 19/3/2001 and has staff representatives and a representative of an NGO. This committee has no student representatives. This committee will oversee complaints from employees, students or visitors regarding sexual harassment. A sub-committee will perform the investigation and report to the full body CASH-NISH so as to review and take appropriate action.


  • Executive Director, Executive Director (Chairman))

  • Ms Raji Gopal, Coordinator -DHI, ( Convenor,)

  • Dr Anne Varghese, Head- Allied Services,

  • Ms Anu Rajan, Faculty-Degree(HI),

  • Ms Daisy Sebastian,Coordinator -Academic and Intervention Program,

  • Ms Geetha John, Representative of NGO(Project Coordinator, SAKHI)

  • Ms Jeena Mary Joy, Head-ASLP,

  • Ms Raji N.R, Incharge BSc CS,

  • Ms Soja Oliver, Administrative Officer

 2.5 Alumni Association

 Alumni association is an association of former students of NISH from the post-secondary programs. Two staff coordinators oversee the functioning of the Alumni Association. An annual meeting is organized in second saturday of August every year. The annual meeting is for half a day with opportunities for the alumni to interact with their old friends, teachers and present students. There is an annual and life-time membership offered to the Alumni. All students who graduate are given free membership for the first year after graduation.

The Coordinator and Treasurer of the Alumni Association will be staff members nominated by the Executive Director. Two secretaries are selected from the available alumni members who attend the annual meeting.

The Alumni Association aims to strengthen the professional networking, foster mutually beneficial interaction between the Alumni and the present students and between the Alumni and the staff. It provides information about the current activities ongoing at NISH. The Alumni Association has been functioning from 2013 onwards. Every year, a committee is elected to oversee the activities for the upcoming year. A separate bank account operated jointly by the Staff Member and Executive Director is maintained to keep the funds available.


  • Executive Director - Patron

  • Ms. Chithra Prasad - Treasurer

  • Mr. Sanu P Chukkiri & Ms. Lekha S Nair - Secretaries

  • Ms. Saumya Sundaram - Alumni Coordinator    

 2.6 College Union

 College union is created mainly to address the problems of students and to provide various awareness programs in and outside campus.  The committee consists of:

  • Chairperson:         Dona Rachel George

  • Vice Chairperson:    Adithya Kumar

  • General secretary:    Reshma Nair. A

  • Councillor for the university Union:    Juhy Paily

  • Editor of the college magazine:    Shigha. E. M

  • Arts Club Secretary:    Aiswarya. T

  • Secretary for sports:    Sajeer. K. P

Staff Advisors:

Bhavana. U. B (Faculty, Degree HI)- Coordinator

Swapna. P (Sr Graphic Artist )

 2.7 Steering Committee for Quality Management System

Steering committee provide valuable input about systems and processes for quality management systems development of the Institute. It was constituted on 22/05/2013


  • Executive Director - Chairperson

  • Ms Shirly G, Head, New Initiatives (ISO Team Lead)

  • Dr Akila Surendran

  • Dr. Anne Varghese, Senior Psychologist

  • Ms Arya Chand

  • Ms Arya S S

  • Ms Athira, Asst. Librarian

  • Ms Bindu P., Faculty, EIP

  • Ms Bini Mahesh,In Charge - Administration

  • Ms Chithra Prasad

  • Ms Daisy Sebastian, Coordinator, A & IP

  • Ms Jeena Mary Joy, Academic Coordinator, ASLP

  • Ms Neena M., Faculty, CS

  • Ms. Parvathy Pavithran, Faculty, CS

  • Ms. Praveena Davis, Head, ASLP

  • Ms. Raji Gopal, Coordinator, DHI

  • Ms Rejitha

  • Ms Saumya Sundaram

  • Mr Shaji S V, System Administrator

  • Ms Sheeja

  • Ms Sindhu I.V., In Charge, EIP

  • Ms Soja Oliver

  • Dr. Suja Kunnath, Head, NDS

  • Mr Sukesh

  • Ms Swapna P

  • Ms Veena

  • Mr Vikranth

  2.8 Internal Auditors Committee

 The purpose of the Internal Auditors’ Committee is to perform internal audits to check how the quality management system of the Institute is working. Internal audit is conducted twice a year. Internal Auditors committee was formulated on 13/1/13

List of certified Internal Auditors of Quality Management Systems as per ISO 9001:2015

  • Executive Director - Chairperson

  • Ms Shirly G, Head, New Initiatives (ISO Team Lead)

  • Dr Anne Varghese, Senior Psychologist

  • Ms Arya Chand

  • Ms Arya S S

  • Ms Bindu P., Faculty, EIP

  • Ms Bini Mahesh, In Charge - Administration

  • Ms Chithra Prasad

  • Ms Daisy Sebastian, Coordinator, A & IP

  • Ms Jeena Mary Joy, Academic Coordinator, ASLP

  • Ms Neena M., Faculty, CS

  • Ms. Parvathy Pavithran, Faculty, CS

  • Ms. Praveena Davis, Head, ASLP

  • Ms. Raji Gopal, Coordinator, DHI

  • Ms Rejitha

  • Ms Saumya Sundaram

  • Mr Shaji S V, System Administrator

  • Ms Sheeja

  • Ms Sindhu I.V., In Charge, EIP

  • Ms Soja Oliver

  • Dr. Suja Kunnath, Head, NDS

  • Ms Swapna P

  • Ms Veena

2.9 Planning Board-UGC

Planning Board was constituted on 22/9/2014 to formulate Institute’s proposal for development after identifying its needs and deciding on its priorities. This is as per the requirements of the UGC so that funds allocated can be effectively used.


1.    Executive Director, Chairman, Planning Board

2.    Ms Shirly G, Head, New Initiatives(Convener)

3.    Dr Anne Varghese, Head, Allied Dept.

4.    Ms Daisy Sebastian, Coordinator, A & IP    

5.    Mr Gopakumar, Finance Officer

6.    Ms Praveena Davis, Head, ASLP

7.    Ms Raji Gopal, Coordinator, DHI

8.    Ms Sapna, Incharge, DECSE(HI)

9.    Dr Suja Kunnath, Head, NDS

 2.10 NISH Students' Grievances Redressal Cell (NISH-SGRC)

 NISH is committed to provide best services and opportunities for development to all its stakeholders especially its students. To ensure a conducive learning environment free from any infringement on the rights of its students and to facilitate prompt resolution of grievances of students with sensitivity, NISH has constituted NISH Students' Grievances Redressal Cell (NISH-SGRC) on 13th Nov. 2016


  1. Executive Director- Chairman

  2.  Ms. Daisy Sebastian, Coordinator, Academic & Intervention Programs (Chairperson)    

  3.  Ms. Silvy Maxi Mena, Incharge -  Dept. of HEFP  (Convener)                                                 

 4.  Mr. Rakesh P.S., Incharge - Dept. of Fine Arts            

5.  Ms. Vineetha Sara Philip, Faculty, Dept. of ASLP   

6. Student Rep- One I MASLP Student                            

 III Committees constituted for Faculty Improvement /Academic Development of students

3.1 Review Authority for Research (RAR)

RAR is formed as a review committee that oversees research studies done at NISH where the subjects are either staff, students or customers of NISH. Any research study done at NISH will have to be submitted first to the Review Authority for Research (RAR) beforehand and the team will review and suggest modifications or corrections as required. The final approval is required before start of the research study. The RAR will review and approve papers submitted to conferences and journals for publication. It was constituted  in  December, 2011.


  1. Dr. K. G Satheesh Kumar - Chairperson & Coordinator

  2. Dr. Akila Surendran

  3. Dr. Anne Varghese

  4. Dr. Padmaja M

  5. Dr. Suja K Kunnath

3.2 Library Advisory Committee(LAC)

LAC was constituted on 4th of October 2013. Representations from various segments of staff and students includes the committee.  The Library Advisory Committee meets periodically as needed to review the operations, advice modifications and plans for introducing new services and technologies as appropriate. The MOM of the LAC is prepared and kept for records by the Librarian.


  1. Dr. KG Satheesh Kumar (Chairperson)

  2. Mr. Tomy Varghese (Convener)

  3. Dr. Anne Varghese

  4. Ms. Deepa Riju

  5. Ms. Neena M

  6. Ms. Veena Mohan P (Faculty, Dept of NDS)

  7. Ms. Vineetha Sara Philip (Faculty, Dept of ASLP)

  8. Mr. M. Shaheem, BSc III year (Student Representative - HEP)

  9. Ms. KS Sapna, MASLP I year (Student Representative - PPP)

3.3 Knowledge Enhancement and Learning Programme (KELP)

KELP is a programme started with the aim of providing a platform for enhancing professional and general knowledge for staff through various tools available online and offline. It is is intended to motivate the staff to utilize the available online resources effectively.This includes sharing the interesting TED Talks, information about MOOC (Massive Online Open Courses),youtube videos etc. Also KELP intends to start KELP - Dialogue where interactive sessions on specific topics are organized regularly. Regular meetings are organized to foster knowledge transfer. NISH Project Board has approved MOOC course fees to be reimbursed to staff who takes approved MOOC courses and applies for certificates. THe KELP committee oversees evaluation and approval of MOOC courses at NISH. It is mandatory for each staff member to complete one MOOC course of interest every year.


  • Executive Director

  • Ms Raji N R, Dept. of Computer Science- Coordinator

  • Ms. Deepa, Dept. of EIP

  • Ms Jeena Mary Joy, Dept. of ASLP

  • Dr. K. G. Satheesh Kumar( Director -CATI)

  • Ms Daisy Sebastian,Coordinator -Academic and Intervention Program,

3.4 Committee to oversee collaboration between ASLP and EIP


3.5 Ethics and Excellence Committee - ECG++


IV Committees for Student Support

 4.1 Bhoomithrasena Club

 Bhoomithrasena has been contemplated under the state plan scheme for the colleges of the state for strengthening the commitments of the students towards environmental protection. Through this programme it is intended to take up environmental protection activities cum awareness extension at the grass root level. For strengthening the commitment of students at the college level in the state It is proposed to launch the “Bhoomitra sena programmes”. Though this programme, it is intended to establish Bhoomitra Clubs (BMC) in all districts through the colleges of the state.


  • Organise seminars, debates, lectures and popular talks on environment.

  • Organise awareness camps to propagate waste minimization and personal hygiene habits and sustainable lifestyles.

  • Prepare locally relevant resource material and get it printed.

  • Action based on activities like tree plantation cleanliness drives both within and outside the college campus.


  • Dr Samuel N Mathew, Executive Director (Chairperson)

  • Ms Rejitha L, Social Worker  (Coordinator)

  • Ms Sithara,  Faculty

4.2 Karma Club( Functions to be inserted)


 4.3 Cultural Club

The Cultural Club provides guidance, inspiration and opportunity to students to participate on individual and group activities. The club supports the students to participate in

·         Inter collegiate festivals held by various colleges

·         Kerala University Youth Festival

·         Institute Day Celebrations

·         Arts Festival organized by NISH college union

·         Special episodes of popular TV shows

·         Reality Shows of popular TV channels

·         Stage performance as part of the programs conducted by Govt. organizations.

It organises film festivals and self defense sessions at NISH.


Executive Director

Ms. Chithra Prasad A.N (Faculty, Degree HI)

Ms Swapna P (Sr Graphic Artist)- Coordinator

4.4 Gravity Club

 Gravity club was formed to promote real integration among the hearing and hard of hearing students in the campus.The main objective of the club is to promote the activities that will lead to an integrated society.The vision for Gravity Club is to represent and support an inclusive and vibrant student community in which members have the opportunity to create awareness about disability in society and maintain an integrated atmosphere in the campus.The main objective of the club is to promote the activities that will lead to an integrated society.

The activities include

  1. Promoting various integrated activities

  2. Organising various awareness programmes inside and outside the campus

 Staff coordinators         

Executive Director

Ms Raji N R , In-Charge,Dept. of Computer Science

Ms Sreeba Sreedhar, Faculty, ASLP

 4.5 Scholarship Committee

The scholarship committee is constituted by the Executive Director and consists of HODs of the different academic programs at NISH. The scholarship fund is raised from willing donors either through corpus funds created by them or by one time or regular contributions. NISH Scholarship fund is to provide financial support for academically brilliant but financially needy students at NISH. The committee was constituted  on 6/9/2012. A separate bank account is maintained from which Scholarship is disbursed. The committee oversees, evaluation, selection and disbursement of scholarship to students. Specific guidelines are formulated and followed to evaluate and select a student to receive scholarship. No application is required. Class coordinators are authorized to fill a matrix and submit applications of students who may be found eligible. The Scholarship committee reviews the same and selects the awardees based on the criteria. THe number of scholarships is determined by the funds available in the current year.


  • Executive Director-(Chairperson)

  • Ms. Daisy Sebastian (Coordinator)

  • HOD, ASLP Department

  • HOD, Degree (HI) Program

  • HOD, Early Intervention Program

V Committees constituted for outreach programs

 5.1 Access Hub

Access Hub is a web resource about disability resources in India, developed in collaboration with School of Information University of Michigan Ann Arbor, CIS Bangalore and Inclusive Planet Chennai. Launched in June 2014, there is a team involved in maintaining and updating the website regularly with the policies, service providers, news etc.


  • Executive Director - Chairperson

  • Dr. Anne Varghese

  • Arya Chand

  • Jumin Mary Joseph - Coordinator

  • Shaji SV

  • Silvy Maxi Mena

5.2 Parent support group for hearing impairment

 The parent support group for parents of children with hearing impairment was formulated on 15/01/2014 with the objective to educate, empower and support parents of children who have been identified as having hearing loss. The goal of the support group is to conduct awareness classes by various professionals for the parents of children with hearing impairment  and provide required strategic support from successful parents.


Executive Director- Chairman

Ms Jaya Lakshmi.R, EIP Teacher(Coordinator)

Ms Jumin Mary Joseph, Psychologist

Ms Rejitha. L,Social worker (Supporting Coordinator)

Ms Sapna.K, EIP Teacher  

Ms. Saritha  (Parents Representative)

Ms.Sheela (Parents Representative)

Sita Sreekumar,ASLP Faculty

Sreena E.N, ASLP Faculty (Supporting Coordinator)


National Institute of Speech & Hearing (NISH) along with the Directorate of Social Justice conduct NISH online Interactive Disability Awareness Seminar (NIDAS) on every third Saturday. It was started on November 2015. The purpose is to reach out across the globe to a large number of parents and caregivers, who are not aware of the implications of disability. Technical Evaluation Committee reviews the presentation, faq handout and vocational paper.


Executive Director

Ms Shirly G , Program Producer

Ms Saumya Sundaram, Convener

Ms Sindhu, Deputy Convener

 Other Members of NIDAS Team

 Ms Sangeetha G S- Compere

Mr Shaji S V- Technical Expert

Ms. Anupa K.


VI General Administration

 6.1 Canteen Committee

 The Canteen committee oversees the operation of the Cafeteria on campus. The committee is involved in selection of the contractor, review the operation periodically, collects feedback from the consumers (students, staff, visitors) and recommend changes as needed from time to time. The committee aims to provide an enjoyable, nutritious and attractively presented selection of food and drink at reasonable prices. The Committee will do random checks and take feedbacks from consumers to ensure high standards of food safety and hygiene in relation to the preparation, storage and serving of food at the canteen consistent with the acceptable food standards. The committee provides an opportunity for the Student community to participate in decisions concerning the operation of the Canteen Facility. It was constituted on 12/6/2011.


  • Executive Director - Chairperson

  • Mr. G. Gopakumar (Chairman)

  • Mr Arjun Sanker, BSc 4th Sem (Student Member)

  • Ms Asha Manoharan

  • Ms Bini Mahesh

  • Mr. Dharmakumar  

  • Mr. Sandeep Krishnan

  • Mr. Shiju RV

  • Ms Nihala KP , BASLP 1st Year(Student Member)

 6.2 Waste Management Committee

The waste management committee was constituted on 2nd Dec 2015. The main objective is to build up a culture of individual waste management hence make a waste free campus. The committee decides on various issues related to waste formation and disposal inside the campus. The committee have responsibility of conducting awareness programmes inside the campus.


       1.   Executive Director- Chairman

       2.     Ms Soja Oliver ( Administrative Officer) (Coordinator)

       3.   Dr. Anu Mukund (Faculty, HEFP)

       4.    Ms. Chithra Prasad A.N (Faculty, Degree HI)

       5.    Ms. Daisy Sebastian (Coordinator, Academic & Intervention Programs)

       6.     Ms. Jumin Mary Joseph (Psychologist)

        7.    Mr. Nirmal Sugathan (Speech Language Pathologist)

       8.    Mr. Rejish Jacob Samuel (Student Representative,  Bsc CS)

      9.   Mr. Shiju R.V (Faculty Department of Fine Arts)

      10.    Ms Smitha ( Teacher, EIP)

      11.   Mr. Adithya Kumar ( Student Representative com )

6.3 Staff Bus Coordination Committee

The Staff Bus Coordination Committee is constituted on 30th October 2015. The primary aim is to solve matters arising out of staff transportation. Discussing and resolving individual grievances about the staff, transportation service provided to NISH staff. Monitoring timely running of buses, hence maintaining effective service to NISH staff.


 1.        Executive Director- Chairman

2.         Ms Bini Mahesh, In Charge - Administration

3.         Ms. Jeena Mary Joy (Faculty - Dept of ASLP)

4.         Ms. Silvy Maxi Mena (Incharge – HEFP)

5.         Ms. Sita Sreekumar (Audiologist & Speech Language Pathologist)

6.         Ms. Veena Mohan P(Audiologist and Speech Language Pathologist )

 6.4 Technical Committee

Technical committee in place for all major technical purchases - including equipment, computers, software etc. Director Kerala State IT Mission (KSITM), in his personal capacity as Chairperson. The committee constituted on 2nd October 2015.


 1. Director, KSITM - Chairperson

2. Executive Director, NISH

3. Ms. Bini Mahesh, In Charge Administration

4. Ms. Daisy Sebastian (Coordinator, Academic & Intervention Programs)

5. Mr. G. Gopakumar (Finance Officer)

6. Ms. Lekshmi Nair (Consultant)  

7. Prof. K.G. Satheesh Kumar, Ph.D (Director, CATI)

8. Mr. Shaji S V, Head IT

6.5 Construction Committee for civil works

Construction committee to oversee all civil works.


Executive Director

Ms. Bini Mahesh, In Charge Administration

Mr. Georgekutty  (Retd. Executive Engineer & Consultant)

Ms. Krishna Kumari ( Project Manager, Habitat)

Mr. Madhavan Pillai (Retd. Chief Engineer & Consultant)



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