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GOVERNMENT P.G. COLLEGE

Gadarwara Distt. Narsinghpur (M.P.)


Website : mpcolleges.nic.in/pgcgadarwara/index.htm

E-mail : hegpgcgadnar@mp.gov.in

Phone : 07791-254696

Fax : 07791-254596

Affiliated to R.D.V.V University Jabalpur (M.P.)



Reaccreditation 2nd Cycle

Self-Study Report

(SSR)

Submitted to



National Assessment & Accreditation Council

(NAAC)


Bengaluru

Table of Contents



Contents

Page No.




Acknowledgement


5




Preface


6




NAAC Self-Study Report


7




College at a Glance


8-10




Executive Summary

11-18





Profile of the College


19-27

1

Criterion I: Curricular Aspects


28-49




1.1 Curriculum Planning and Implementation


28




1.2 Academic Flexibility


36




1.3 Curriculum Enrichment


43




1.4 Feedback System


48

2

Criterion II: Teaching-Learning and Evaluation


50-79




2.1 Student Enrolment and Profile


50




2.2 Catering to Student Diversity


56




2.3 Teaching-Learning Process


60




2.4 Teacher Quality


69




2.5 Evaluation Process and Reforms


72




2.6 Student Performance and Learning Outcome


75

3

Criterion III: Research, Consultancy and Extension


80-99




3.1 Promotion of Research


80




3.2 Resource Mobilization for Research


84




3.3 Research Facilities


87




3.4 Research Publications and Awards


89




3.5 Consultancy


91




3.6 Extension Activities and Institutional Social Responsibility(ISR)


92




3.7 Collaboration


97

4

Criterion IV: Infrastructure and Learning Resources


100-113




4.1 Physical Facilities


100




4.2 Library as a Learning Resource


106




4.3 IT Infrastructure


109




4.4 Maintenance of Campus Facilities


112

5

Criterion V : Student Support and Progression


114-134




5.1 Student Mentoring and Support


114




5.2 Student Progression


121




5.3 Student Participation and Activities


122

6

Criterion VI: Governance, Leadership and Management


135-156




6.1 Institutional Vision and Leadership


135




6.2 Strategy Development and Deployment


140




6.3 Faculty Empowerment Strategies


147




6.4 Financial Management and Resource Mobilization


150




6.5 Internal Quality Assurance System(IQAS)


152

7

Criterion VII: Innovations and Best Practices


157-162




7.1 Environment Consciousness


157




7.2 Innovations


158




7.3 Best practices








Evaluative Reports of the Departments








Botany








Chemistry








Commerce








Economics








English








Hindi






Preface
The Govt.P.G College Gadarwara feels delighted to submit its self Study Report for 2nd cycle Reaccreditation to NAAC Bangalore. We appreciate the role of NAAC as an agency which sets a benchmark for quality in Higher Education. It has been sensitizing the Higher Education Institutions to be aware of instilling quality in different aspects such as curriculum, teaching, infrastructure and the Best Practices. As per criteria of Assessment set by NAAC, we have been able to assess ourselves and it provides us and opportunity for self evaluation. In this process we come to know our weaknesses and it prompts us to make determined effort to remove them.

However, I would like to make a humble submission that our college is situtated in a semi urban area, catering to the students belonging to poor rural and agrarian families. The meritorious and talented students migrate to the technical courses and to the colleges situated in cities like Jabalpur, Indore and Bhopal. Only mediocre and average students having weak academic foundation get admission in our college. Moreover, the familial circumstances of the students are quite miserable and compelling. We have a daunting challenge to make out the best from the worst stock of the students.

Against this backdrop, we wish to uplift our college as an ideal one. Despite the fact that we have to work amidst a number of limitations, we express our firm resolve to give our best so that the underprivileged lot of students come at par with the privileged ones. However, I would like to Suggest that NAAC should include special provisions for colleges working in disadvantaged ambience in their scheme of assessment and accreditation.

Dr. M.K Sahu

Principal

Govt.P.G. CollegeGadarwara



COLLEGE AT A GLANCE
The college was founded as Narmada Mahavidyalaya in the year 1962 under Municipality, Gadarwara. Later in the year 1965, Rajarshi Purushottam Das Tandon Education society took over the responsibility to run the college. On 1st July 1972, the college was taken over by the Government of Madhya Pradesh and since then the college is known as the Government Post Graduate College, Gadarwara District Narsinghpur (M.P.). At present the college is being run in two buildings – One, the old building provided by the Municipality, Gadarwara where classes of Arts faculty are held and another, the new building, constructed in the year 1996 where classes of Commerce and Science faculties are held. The administrative wing is also situated in the new building.

Gadarwara is a tehsil headquarter situated in the district of Narsinghpur, Madhya Pradesh. There is no other institute of higher education except this college in Gadarwara tehsil. It has been catering to the need of quality higher education to the students of this Narmada belt for over last forty years. Though the confluence of urban and rural students can very well be seen in the campus, its beneficiaries are predominantly rural ones economically so much backward that they can hardly go to far-off cities for higher education.

Gadarwara located along the western-middle railway line is surrounded by Satpura range of mountains and is 55 kms. towards west from the district place Narsinghpur and is also nearly equidistant from two large cities of Jabalpur and Bhopal. A famous tourist place Panchmarhi known for its shaivite temple in the ambience of remarkable scenic beauty of natural forests and waterfalls is just a few hours journey from here. Some important and relevant data of Gadarwara tehsil highlighting the importance of the college is given below-




Total Geographical Area (in Km2)

2207.92 Km2

Location


22.56° North Latitude and

78.46° East Longitude.



Height From the Sea Level

251 Mtrs.

Total no. of Inhabited Villages

459

Total no. of Forest village

07

Total no. of Village Panchyat

217

Total no. of Janpad Panchyat

03

Total Population

368315

Total Male Population

193901

Total Female Population

174414

Sex Ratio (F/M)

893/1000

Population Density

155 persons per Km2

Literacy Rate

74.32%

Statistics Related With Educational Institutes Of Gadarwara -





Types of Educational Institutes

No. of Institute

Primary School

629

Middle School

214

High School

34

Higher Secondary School

27

College

01

ITI

01

Agriculture School

01

Navodaya School

01

Source – District Statistical Book – 2005, DSO, Narsinghpur.

The important industries of Gadarwara tehsil are coal mines of Chargaon Khurd(Gotitoria), utensils and idol making from brass, copper and bronze in Chichli, dal mill, jaggery and sugar mills, M.P. Glychem Factory(Soyabean Plant), bidi making and agriculture.

Distinctive characteristics of the institution can be explained in short as below:-


It caters to the educational need of students of rural area in the field of quality higher education.

It has been serving the society and nation through creating a pool of highly enriched human resource. Many ex students of the this college have been serving as doctor, engineer, professor, civil servant, teachers, officers and employee in various services such as defence, railway and police.



The institution’s teaching is multidimensional and multifaceted. Three faculties of Arts, Commerce and Science are being run in the college at present. The college offers six Under Graduate courses including B.Sc. (Biology), B.Sc. (Maths.), B.Sc. (Computer Application), B.C.A., B.Com. and B.A. and ten Post Graduate courses including Chemistry, Maths., Botany, Zoology, Hindi Literature, Political Science, Sociology, Economics, History and M.Com. A new professional course B.C.A. and B.Sc. (Computer Application) has been introduced recently in the academic session 2005-06
Units of N.S.S. and the two national programmes, are being run in the college to extend the social service predominantly in rural areas and to create second line of defence in the country respectively.
In the field of academic excellence, the overall result of the college has been consistently high on an average 70% (approx.). this is also evident from the graph shown in the annexure.
Some students of this college have also secured position in the merit list of the university. The list of those students has been shown in the annexure.
The total number of students in the college has been continuously increasing over the years as clear from the graph shown in the annexure.
Purposes for which it undergoes the process of assessment and accreditation by the august institution of NAAC are following-Primarily to know the strengths and weaknesses of the college and thereby to start removing the weaknesses and consolidating our strength.

The institution having an sprawling area of 6.973 hectares and total student strength of 1390 at present, has an immense potential for further development. Creation of various new infrastructural facilities such as extension of the college building, construction of well-equipped research laboratory, stadium, hostel facility, auditorium, quarter facility and automation of library is proposed. These require a huge capital investment possible only when an increased financial support from the University Grant Commission (UGC) is received.


Strength-


  • College is having a good strength of about1575students of both genders.

  • College is bearing its responsibility democratically . every possible freedom is given to the staff for college development.

  • Dedicated and hard working and experienced staff .

  • Infrastructural availability of all the resources like rich library ,Computer Lab with Broad band Connectivity.

  • Research promotion by encouraging staff to take more projects and become Supervisors for guiding Ph. D.

  • Moral education is being given to students as a compulsory subject.

  • Administration is emphasizing on spiritual practices also encouraging students to gain knowledge but do not part with their parental business.

  • NSS is giving strong platform for extension activities.

  • Rain water harvesting and waste water management accepted naturally.

  • Environment consciousness is promoted.

  • College is Polythene Free zone.

  • College is conscious for gender sensitization.

  • Women Cell is organizing self defense training to girls.

  • For their protection security issues are taken care CCTV is placed in all the corners.

  • To maintain the discipline among staff members Bio- Metric devices are used.

  • Career Fair is organized to promote career guidance and placement activities.

  • Pradhanmantri Swachchata Abhiyaan is emphasized more.


Weakness-


  • Limited exposure to linguistic and communicative skill skills of students,

  • Geographical location is inappropriate to attract the recruiters

  • Majority of Students almost 80 percent hail from agrarian society and they are self-satisfied and usually feel contented, they lack motivation to excell in their career,

  • Since Narsinghpur is almost a satellite town of Jabalpur, students depend a large extent on the facilities at Jabalpur, for research related activities. Most of the students are from economically poor background . Some of them are breadwinners for their families. It is a constraint in their academic developmentThe Majority of students belong to agricultural family. They have to give helping hand to their guardians. Hence they are unable to attend classes regularly. Most of the sanctioned posts in different subjects are vacant. As for example English, Chemistry, home science, Botany, Zoology, History, Political Science, Economics, Hindi, Physics. They have to rely on guest faculty.


Opportunities -


  • The college caters to the higher educational need of the surrounding villages. It is instrumental in spreading higher education among weaker section and women population of the villages around this college.

  • A variety of postgraduate courses are offered by the college. The college endeavors to provide job opportunities by arranging career counseling and Rojgar Mela.The students are provided with practical knowledge through job oriented vocational projects in the last semester of UG&PG.Vivekananda career guidance cell organizes 21 days workshop to train students for self employment in the field of mobile repairing and computer hard ware.


Challenges-


  • Good linguistic ability is yet to improve.

  • To breed a culture of competitiveness and appear in such examinations.

  • Curriculum designing requires some change ,hence to fulfill the industry based need is beyond its control.



Student profile of the college during last five years



year

No. of student





































2010-2011

1487





































2011-2012

1499





































2012-2013

1576
















2013-2014

1476













2014-2015

1533













2015-2016

1772






























































































































































































































































SECTION B: PREPARATION OF SELF-STUDY REPORT

1. Profile of the Affiliated / Constituent College


1. Name and Address of the College:


Name :

Maharana Pratap Govt. P.G. College Gadarwara

Address :

Bypass road gadawara

City :

Gadarwara

Dist. :- Narsinghpur , State :- M.P. , Pin :- 487551

Website :

www.mpcollege.nic.in/pgcgadarwara/index.htm

2. For Communication:




Designation

Name

Telephone

with STD code



Mobile

Fax

Email

Principal

Dr. M.K. Sahu

O:07791-254696

R:


9893656861

07791-254596

hegpgcgadnar@mp.gov.in

Vice Principal




O:

R:











Steering Committee Co-ordinator

Dr. R.B. Singh

O:

R:


9179601224




drrb.singh.961@gmail.com

3



. Status of the Institution: Affiliated College Constituent College

Any other (specify)


4. Type of Institution:

a. By Gender

i.

F

or Men


i.

iii.


F

or Women

Co-education




b.By Shift

i. Regular

ii. Day


iii. Evening

5. It is a recognized minority institution?


Yes


No
If yes specify the minority status (Religious/linguistic/ any other) and provide documentary evidence.

6

. Sources of funding: Government





Grant-in-aid Self financing



Any other


7. a. Date of establishment of the college: …01/07/1972……(dd/mm/yyyy)

b. University to which the college is affiliated /or which governs the college (If it is a constituent college) Rani Durgawati vishwavidyalay Jabalpur m.p.
c. Details of UGC recognition:


Under Section

Date, Month & Year

(dd-mm-yyyy)



Remarks(If any)

i. 2 (f)

29 . 04 .1995




ii. 12 (B)

12 . 10. 1994



(Enclose the Certificate of recognition u/s 2 (f) and 12 (B) of the UGC Act)


d. Details of recognition/approval by statutory/regulatory bodies other than UGC (AICTE, NCTE, MCI, DCI, PCI, RCI etc.)


Under Section/

clause


Recognition/Approval details Institution/Department Programme

Day, Month and Year

(dd-mm-yyyy)



Validity


Remarks


i.

------N.A-------

8. Does the affiliating university Act provide for conferment of autonomy (as recognized by the UGC), on its affiliated colleges?





Yes No

If yes, has the College applied for availing the autonomous status?





Yes No

9. Is the college recognized


a. by UGC as a College with Potential for Excellence (CPE)?
Y

es No
If yes, date of recognition: …………………… (dd/mm/yyyy)


b. for its performance by any other governmental agency?
Y

es No


If yes, Name of the agency ………NAAC…………… and
Date of recognition: …10/02/2007… ………… (dd/mm/yyyy)
10. Location of the campus and area in sq.mts:


Location *




Campus area in sq. mts.

17 area (6.973 Hectors) = 69730 Squares

Built up area in sq. mts.




(* Urban, Semi-urban, Rural, Tribal, Hilly Area, Any others specify)

11. Facilities available on the campus (Tick the available facility and provide numbers or other details at appropriate places) or in case the institute has an agreement with other agencies in using any of the listed facilities provide information on the facilities covered under the agreement.



-

Auditorium/seminar complex with infrastructural facilities



-

Sports facilities



  • play ground

  • swimming pool

  • gymnasium


- Hostel


  • Boys’ hostel




  1. Number of hostels

  2. Number of inmates

iii. Facilities (mention available facilities)


  • Girls’ hostel

  1. Number of hostels

  2. Number of inmates

iii. Facilities (mention available facilities)


  • Working women’s hostel

i. Number of inmates

ii. Facilities (mention available facilities)
- Residential facilities for teaching and non-teaching staff

(give numbers available — cadre wise)



- Cafeteria

- Health centre

- First aid, Inpatient, Outpatient, Emergency care facility, Ambulance…….

Health centre staff –


Qualified doctor


F

ull time


P

art-time



Qualified Nurse

F

ull time



Part-time




- Facilities like banking, post office, book shops
-Transport facilities to cater to the needs of students and staff
-Animal house
- Biological waste disposal
-

Generator or other facility for management/regulation of electricity

and voltage
- Solid waste management facility
- Waste water management
- Water harvesting
12. Details of programmes offered by the college (Give data for current academic year)

SI. No.

Programme

Level


Name of the

Programme/

Course

Duration

Entry

Qualification


Medium of instruction



Sanctioned/

approved


Student

strength


No. of students admitted

1

Under-Graduate

B.A.

B.Sc.


B.com

B.C.A.


03 years

03 years

03 years

03 years

12th pass in relevant stream

Hindi




536

437


399

09


2

Post-Graduate



M.A.(05subject)

M.COM


M.sc. (04subject)

02 year

02 year


02 year










42

48

54



3

Integrated Programmers PG



















4

Ph.D.



















5

M.Phil.



















6

Certificate courses



















7

UG Diploma



















8

PG Diploma



















9

Any Other (specify and provide details)


















13. Does the college offer self-financed Programmes?



Y


es No

If yes, how many? 03
14. New programmes introduced in the college during the last five years if any?


Yes




No



Number





15. List the departments: (respond if applicable only and do not list facilities like Library, Physical Education as departments, unless they are also offering academic degree awarding programmes. Similarly, do not list the departments offering common compulsory subjects for all the programmes like English, regional languages etc.)


Faculty

Departments

(eg. Physics, Botany, History etc.)

UG

PG

Research

Science

Maths,Physics,chemistary,

Botany,Zoology,comp.application



Maths,

Physics,


chemistry,

Botany,


Zoology,

Computer Application

Maths, Chemistry,

Botany,Zoology


Nil

Arts

Hindi litt.,Eng.litt.,Economics,

Political Science, History,

Home Science ,Sociology

Hindi litt.,

Eng.litt.,



Economics,

Political science,

History,


Home science


Hindi litt.,

Economics,

Political Science, History,Sociology



Nil

Commerce

Commerce & comp. Application

Commerce ,

Commerce with Computer Application

M.com

Nil

Any Other

(Specify)



B.C.A.

B.C.A.




Nil



16. Number of Programmes offered under (Programme means a degree course like BA, BSc, MA, M.Com…)

a. annual system Nil

b. semester system 09

c trimester system Nil

17. Number of Programmes with


a. Choice Based Credit System Nil
b. Inter/Multidisciplinary Approach Nil
c. Any other (specify and provide details) Nil
6. Does the college offer UG and/or PG programmers in Teacher Education?
Y

es No
If yes,

a. Year of Introduction of the programme(s)………………… (dd/mm/yyyy)

and number of batches that completed the programme

b. NCTE recognition details (if applicable)

Notification No.: …………………………………… Date: …………………………… (dd/mm/yyyy)



Validity:………………………..
c. Is the institution opting for assessment and accreditation of Teacher Education

Programme separately?


Yes No
19. Does the college offer UG or PG programme in Physical Education?
Y

es No
If yes,


a. Year of Introduction of the programme(s)………………. (dd/mm/yyyy)

and number of batches that completed the programme

b. NCTE recognition details (if applicable)

Notification No.: …………………………………… Date: …………………………… (dd/mm/yyyy) Validity:……………………



c. Is the institution opting for assessment and accreditation of Physical Education

Programme separately?



Yes No
20. Number of teaching and non-teaching positions in the Institution

Positions



Teaching faculty

Non-teaching staff


Technical staff



Professor

Associate

Professor



Assistant

Professor






*M

*F

*M

*F

*M

*F

*M

*F

*M

*F

Sanctioned by the UGC / University / State Government

Recruited



8
6

0
3






27

18



0
0

12

18




0
0

17
10

1


Yet to recruit




0







1

0

04




06




Sanctioned by the Management/ society or other authorized bodies Recruited

0

0


0
0

0

0


0

0


16

10


0

06


11

8


0

3


0

0


0

0


Yet to recruit






























*M-Male *F-Female


21. Qualifications of the teaching staff:


Highest qualification

Professor

Associate

Professor

Assistant

Professor


Total

Male

Female

Male

Female

Male

Female

Permanent teachers




D.Sc./D.Litt.

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Ph.D.

6

3

0

0

4

0

13

M.Phil.

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

PG

6

3

0

0

9

0

18

Temporary teachers




Ph.D.

0



0

0

0

6

4

10

M.Phil.

0

0

0

0

3

3

6

PG

0

0

0

0

9

7

16

Part-time teachers




Ph.D.

0



0

0

0

0

0

0

M.Phil.

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

PG

0

0

0

0

3

2

5


22. Number of Visiting Faculty /Guest Faculty engaged with the College. 16
23. Furnish the number of the students admitted to the college during the last four academic years. 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16

Categories



Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Male

Female

Male

Female

Male

Female

Male

Female

Male

Female

SC

136

95

151

94

126

94

114

104

148

136

ST

18

20

30

29

34

35

45

26

41

30

OBC

514

432

468

461

383

476

362

473

411

607

General

147

228

152

220

140

200

152

236

164

253

Others































24. Details on students enrollment in the college during the current academic year:




Type of students

UG

PG

M. Phil.

Ph.D.

Total

Students from the same

state where the college is located



1581

190

_

_

1771

Students from other states of India

-

-

-

-

-

NRI students

-

-

-

-

-

Foreign students

-

-

-

-

-

Total

1581

190

-

-

1771


25. Dropout rate in UG and PG (average of the last two batches)
UG 3.59% PG 2.33%

26. Unit Cost of Education

(Unit cost = total annual recurring expenditure (actual) divided by total number of students enrolled )
(a) including the salary component Rs.24814.61
(b) excluding the salary component Rs.618.81

27. Does the college offer any programme/s in distance education mode (DEP)?


Yes No √

If yes,
a) is it a registered centre for offering distance education programmes of another



University
Yes No √
b) Name of the University which has granted such registration.

c) Number of programmes offered
d) Programmes carry the recognition of the Distance Education Council.
Yes No √
28. Provide Teacher-student ratio for each of the programme/course offered


S.No.

Program/course

No. of Teachers

No.of Students

Teacher-student ratio

1.

B.A.

14

630

1:45

2.

B.Sc.

13

529

1:40.69

3.

B.Com.

04

459

1:114.75

4.

B.C.A.

03

04

1:1.33

5.

M.A.(Hindi)

04

22

1;5.50

6.

M.A.(History)

02

16

1:8.00

7.

M.A.(Economics)

02

14

1:7.00

8.

M.A.(Political Science)

03

8

1:2.67

9.

M.A.(Sociology)

02

5

1:2.50

10.

M.Sc.( Maths)

03

12

1:4.00

11.

M.Sc.( chemistry)

03

18

1:6.00

12.

M.Sc.( Botany)

04

13

1:3.25

13.

M.Sc. (Zoology)

03

16

1:5.33

14

M.com.

04

56

1:14

29. Is the college applying for


Accreditation : Cycle 1 Cycle 2 √ Cycle 3 Cycle 4
Re-Assessment:
(Cycle 1refers to first accreditation and Cycle 2, Cycle 3 and Cycle 4 refers to re- accreditation)

30. Date of accreditation* (applicable for Cycle 2, Cycle 3, Cycle 4 and re-assessment only)
Cycle 1: 10/02/2007 (dd/mm/yyyy) Accreditation Outcome/Result C++

Cycle 2: ……………… (dd/mm/yyyy) Accreditation Outcome/Result…….....

Cycle 3: ……………… (dd/mm/yyyy) Accreditation Outcome/Result…….....

* Kindly enclose copy of accreditation certificate(s) and peer team report(s) as an annexure.

31. Number of working days during the last academic year.


291

32. Number of teaching days during the last academic year



(Teaching days means days on which lectures were engaged excluding the examination days)




180

33. Date of establishment of Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC)


IQAC ……2008……………… (dd/mm/yyyy)
34. Details regarding submission of Annual Quality Assurance Reports (AQAR) to NAAC.
AQAR (i) ……………… (dd/mm/yyyy) AQAR (ii) ……………… (dd/mm/yyyy) AQAR (iii) ……………… (dd/mm/yyyy) AQAR (iv) ……………… (dd/mm/yyyy)
35. Any other relevant data (not covered above) the college would like to include. (Do

not include explanatory/descriptive information)

2. Criteria - wise Inputs


CRITERION I: CURRICULAR ASPECTS
1.1 Curriculum Planning and Implementation
State the vision, mission and objectives of the institution, and describe how these are communicated to the students, teachers, staff and other stakeholders.
Vision

To spread higher education among the people belonging to rural areas and thereby enhancing GER. More particularly, the vision of the institution is to make higher education accessible to weaker section of the society like sc, ST, OBC and women.
Mission

Generation and transmission of knowledge and skill to enhance the nesemployability of the student , building of scientific temper, Generation of environmental awares, Strengthening human values, moral values, democratic values and instilling the feeling of patriotism and social service.
Objective
To create a pool of human resources which can contribute productively at local, state and the national level at large.


1.1.2 How does the institution develop and deploy action plans for effective implementation of the curriculum? Give details of the process and substantiate through specific example
Syllabus is periodically modified by M.P. Higher Education Department and

R.D.V.V. University, Jabalpur (M.P.).


Members of the faculty, who are members of the Board of Studies offer their

invaluable services at the university during curriculum modification programmes. Some of our faculty members who are Chairpersons of various subjects, participate in wider curriculum development programmes organized at Bhopal by the Department of Higher Education. The Academic Calendar is prepared by the government and there is a strict adherence to the activities prescribed therein. Zero classes and Bridge classes are organized at the beginning of every session at the behest of the IQAC. CCE, project work, practical exams, semester exams, Youth Festival, Sports activities are all conducted as per schedule given in the academic calendar of the Higher Education Department.

Plan of Action :



  • The time-table committee prepares the General Time-Table for different faculties and circulates it amongthe faculty members and students. The Head of the Departments prepare Time-Tables of their respective departments.

  • At the beginning of the new session, to provide rudimentary knowledge about

language, mathematical skills, general knowledge, zero classes are arranged.

  • A general meeting of all the faculty members is called at the beginning of the session by the Principal to acquaint them with the academic calendar, time-table and other activities to be organized during the session.

  • The action plan is reviewed from time to time by the Principal in meeting with the Head of the Departments.

  • Diaries are regularly maintained by the subject teachers in which they prepare proposed monthly plan and the work done by them during the month. They are reviewed by the Head of the Department and the Principal at the end of each month.

  • In each semester one CCE examination is conducted to assess the performance of the students.

  • Students of the last semester of the Final year in UG and PG have to prepare a project report for which a viva-voce examination is conducted by an external examiner.

  • Class level seminars are organized by Post-graduate students.

  • IQAC meets every year at the beginning of the session to discuss the academic and other developmental issues and make proposals to implement them. These proposals are reviewed at the end of the academic session.



1.1.3 What type of support (procedural and practical) do the teachers receive (from the University and/or institution) for effectively translating the curriculum and improving teaching practices?
The college is a government college and is affiliated to Rani Durgavati vishwavidyalaya(R.D.V.V) Jabalpur. Evidently it has to teach the syllabuses prepared by the Department of Higher Education Bhopal and the Rani Durgavati vishwavidyalaya(R.D.V.V) Jabalpur. Unified syllabus prepared under the supervision of Department of Higher Education Bhopal is taught at the to Rani Durgavati vishwavidyalaya(R.D.V.V) Jabalpur. graduate level. However, at the Post Graduate level, syllabi are prepared in consultation with the university. The syllabi are uploaded on the website of the Higher Education Department and from where the teachers and the students download them. The Higher Education Department provides an Academic Calendar at the beginning of the academic year. This calendar provides specifications about the beginning and the end of the semester session, the number of working days, the semester end vacations and the dates of youth festival and other events. The university provides calendar of sports and the Youth festival competitions. The examination time table is declared by the university. The curriculum is followed by the institution and is completed within the stipulated time framework. The academic and the non-academic activities are conducted to ensure the overall development of the students as per the vision, mission and objectives set by the college. The internal examinations, projects and practical, games and sports and youth festival are held according to the government calendar as per guidelines.
Procedural: For improving teaching practices young teachers are sent to attend orientation and refresher courses being organized by various universities and colleges. Higher Education Department government of Madhya Pradesh also organizes short-term workshops and trainings on teaching methodology and computer skills to update the teachers about the latest developments in the teaching methodology.
Practical: For effectively translating the curriculum the college provides support to all the teachers. The college library is very rich and it has 28624 books, journals, reference books. Besides, all the Post Graduate departments have their own separate Post Graduate Libraries. Every year latest books are purchased to assist the teachers to update themselves about the changes which have been done in the curriculum. Some of the post graduate departments have internet facilities. Library also provides internet facilities to be freely used by the teachers and the students. Wi-Fi connectivity, LCD projectors, interactive boards are provided to all the post graduate departments. Departments are motivated to organize extension lectures by the subject experts. The teachers are encouraged to attend workshops, orientation courses, and refresher courses and present their papers at the national and the international seminars, conferences organized by differentuniversities, colleges.
1.1.4 Specify the initiatives taken up or contribution made by the institution for effective curriculum delivery and transaction on the Curriculum provided by the affiliating University or other Statutory agency.
Time-table is prepared in advance before the commencement of the academic session. It is displayed on the notice-board of the college as well as on the boards of the departments.

  • All the teachers are provided copies of the time-table and the syllabus.

  • Different committees like Semester Cell and Internal Quality Assessment Cell are formed.

  • The semester cell prepares a schedule of the CCE tests, project exams and ensures that they are held accordingly.

  • All the departments are provided computer, printer and internet facilities to be used by the faculty members to effectively deliver the curriculum. Faculty members are requested to provide hand outs and important reading material which is not easily available to the students. Some of the departments are equipped with multi-functional printers and copiers to be used for taking print-outs, photocopies and scanning. Photocopier machines are also available in the library and the office and the Teachers can take xerox copies of the reading material to be distributed among the students. At the beginning of the academic session, teachers provide a list of the necessary books, reference books, journals etc. which are purchased and issued to the teachers and the students.

  • Sufficient number of books, reference books and journals are available in the college and the departmental library for the use of students and staff . Days to issue books for students are fixed for all the classes and the schedule is displayed on the notice board.

  • Assignments, seminar topics, group-discussions topics are announced in advance to enable students to prepare them well in time.

  • Teachers are encouraged to supplement teaching methods with the use of interactive

  • boards and LCD projectors in the class room.

  • Internal exams are made more interesting and exciting by encouraging teachers to use innovative testing modes like Quiz, role play and presentations, group discussions.

  • Senior faculty members have already completed orientation and refresher courses and the newly recruited are encouraged to attend the same and are granted duty leaves generously by the administration of the college.

  • To up-date themselves about the latest developments and researches in the subject, teachers attend seminars, conferences and workshops.

1.1.5 How does the institution network and interact with beneficiaries such as industry, research bodies and the university in effective operationalisation of the curriculum?


For effective operationalization of the curriculum, the faculty members of the college remain in regular touch with the eminent academicians by attending seminars, workshops and conferences regularly, opt and work on Minor/major Research projects, organize national seminars, workshops sanctioned to them by the U.G.C.. Attend meetings of the board of studies of the university, guide research scholars as supervisors, participate in the meetings of the R.D.C. and research bodies set up by the university and organize special extension lectures of the eminent scholars working in different universities and colleges.
1.1.6 What are the contributions of the institution and/or its staff members to the development of the curriculum by the University?(number of staff members/departments represented on the Board of Studies, student feedback, teacher feedback, stakeholder feedback provided, specific suggestions etc.
Some of the staff members are on the Board of Studies of various subjects of R.D.V.V. Jabalpur. They attend the meetings of the Board of Studies to discuss and prepare the syllabus. in the syllabus and the evaluation methods. In the last few years the semester syllabus and evaluation schemes have been modified time and again, incorporating the suggestions provided by the professors of the college. Many professors also represent various learned bodies in their respective subjects and raise issues pertaining to curriculum in the meetings of these learned bodies.









1.1.7 Does the institution develop curriculum for any of the courses offered (other than those under the purview of the affiliating university)by it? If ‘yes’, give details on the process (’Needs Assessment’, design, development and planning) and the courses for which the curriculum has been developed.

The college is a Government college affiliated to R.D.V.V. Jabalpur. It does not have the autonomy to develop its own course.
1.1.8 How does institution analyze/ensure that the stated objectives of curriculum are achieved in the course of implementation?
The curriculum provided by the Higher Education Department and R.D.V.V. Jabalpur is adhered to very strictly and is completed within the stipulated time period allotted by the academic calendar of the Higher Education Department. Apart from the teaching of theory and practical subjects and the topics included in the curriculum, Sports, N.S.S., Youth Red Cross, Red Ribbon, Youth Festival and various other extra-curricular activities are conducted during the session to contribute to the overall development of the students.

Student Performance: Student performance is assessed and ensured through internal CCE examinations, projects, practical examinations, ongoing presentations, group discussions, debates, skill- based activities, class-level seminars.

Quality Enrichment of Faculty: The faculty members of the college regularly participate in national and international seminars, conferences and workshops, to gather knowledge about the emerging trends in the various fields. Updating themselves on the syllabus taught in different universities, text books published recently and the journals published in their respective subjects to further empower their teaching methodology and skills.

Achievements of Faculty: The college has an eminent faculty of educationists, where, 14 out of the 18 permanent staff members hold Ph.D degrees. They regularly publish research papers and attend national/international seminars, conferences and workshops. Some of the papers of the faculty members have been quite remarkable. A number of faculty members serve as experts, chairpersons and resource persons in Semina.have been bestowed upon our Principal and other faculty members for their contribution in areas other than academics.Comprehensive Performance of the Institution: Students of the college are not only performing well in the examination by scoring good marks and getting good ranks in the University examinations but they are also participating in Sports activities, Youth Festival programmes and perform equally well in them. The college serves as a centre for various competitive examinations where faculty members help in conducting the examination fairly. The Professors, not only distinguish themselves in teaching but they extend support to the administration by whole-hearted participation in Lok Sabha/ Vidhan Sabha/ Gram Panchayat election as master trainers at the State level. One of our faculty members has been a master trainer for national census, also has been a guide and jury member for Inspire Award National Programme.
Awareness Programme: The college supports different social causes by District administration in organizing awareness campaigns about AIDS, blood donation, anti-drug, water conservation, environment, cleanliness, women empowerment. It also organized Voter’s awareness campaign and included the names of the young voters in the voter’s lists. Camp was organized to help students acquire their driver’s license and enroll for aadhar card.
Social Service to the Community: The units of N.S.S., N.C.C. and Youth Red Cross and Red Ribbon of the college renders social service to the country by extending a helping hand in, Blood Donation, organizing health check up camps, yoga camps, plantation programmes.

1.2 Academic Flexibility


1.2.1 Specifying the goals and objectives give details of the certificate/diploma/ skill development courses etc., offered by the institution.

Our college does not offer any such course at present, but efforts are on to frame courses, language skill development.


1.2.2 Does the institution offer programmes that facilitate twinning

/dual degree? If ‘yes’, give details.


Not Applicable
1.2.3 Give details on the various institutional provisions with reference to academic flexibility and how it has been helpful to students in terms of skills development, academic mobility, progression to higher studies and improved potential for employability. Issues may cover the following and beyond:

• Range of Core / Elective options offered by the University and those opted by the college

• Choice Based Credit System and range of subject options

• Courses offered in modular form

• Credit transfer and accumulation facility

  • Lateral and vertical mobility within and across programmes and courses

  • Enrichment courses

Range of Core/Elective options offered by the University and those opted by thecollege:

Elective options are provided to the students to choose subjects among select Core programmes/courses. In B.A. subject combinations are decided by the Principal and faculty members. Students can opt from the combinations given in the prospectus and displayed on the Government website. But inter-faculty mobility is not allowed. Students who have opted a particular programme cannot move to another programme.
Choice Based Credit System and range of subject options : None

Courses offered in modular form : None

Credit transfer and accumulation facility : None

Lateral and vertical mobility within and across programmes and courses:Not Permitted

Enrichment courses

Entrepreneurship,in the first year, Environment Studies,in the second year and Computer awareness in the third year for U.G. students in all the four faculties Arts, Science, Home-Science and Commerce, are taught according to the syllabus and the text books prescribed by the Higher Education Department and the University. These courses are taught under the Foundation Course component as compulsory subjects to enrich the students about environmental issues, entrepreneurship and computer skills. Under the Vivekananda Career Guidance Scheme, short term skill development courses on computer, personality development, workshops and lectures bylearnedscholars are organized from time to time. In addition, under the self-finance schemes, B.Com. (Computer Application) and B.Sc. ( computer application) have been inducted into the U.G. curriculum with the intention of upgrading the U.G. programmes.

1.2.4 Does the institution offer self-financed programmes? If ‘yes’, list them and indicate how they differ from other programmes, with reference to admission, curriculum, fee structure, teacher qualification, salary etc.



Yes, the college is running a number of self-finance courses at the U.G. levels.

B.Com. with Computer Application, B.Sc.computer application and B.C.A.

Admission: The process of admission to self-finance courses is also on-line as that of conventional courses. Admissions are given on merit basis and the norms of admissions as per the guidelines of Higher Education department are followed. Students have to apply on line by filling up their choice against a number of seats decided by the college administration.

Curriculum: It is designed by the Higher Education Department, Government of Madhya Pradesh and the affiliated university and the college follows the same.

Fee-Structure (2015-16): The fee for self-finance courses is decided by the JanBhagidari Committee of the college keeping in view the expenses incurred on these programmes. It is mentioned in the prospectus of the college and is decided keeping in view the payment capacity of the lower strata of the society. The admission fee is deposited in cash. The fee structure to various self-finance courses is as follows:


S. No.

Class

Fees For General Category


Fees For SC/ST Category

Boys

Girls

Boys

Girls

1.

B.Com. C.A.(self finance)

7795

7680

5660

5660

2.

B.Com. plain

2595

2480

660

660

3.

B.S c . C.A.(self finance)

7815

7680

5660

5660

4.

B.Sc. Plain

2815

2680

660

660

5.

B.C.A.

7815

7680

5660

5660

6.

B.A.

2595

2480

660

660

7.

M.Com.

2675

2540

700

700

8.

M.Sc.

2895

2740

700

700

9.

M.A.

2675

2540

700

700





Qualification: The qualifications for the recruitment of the faculty members for various courses are at par with the norms of the Higher Education Department of Madhya Pradesh. The candidates must have a P.G. degree in his subject with minimum 55% marks ( SC/ST 50%). Additional weightage is given to NET/SLET, Ph.D and M.Phil. candidates. The selection process is made purely on merit basis and the merit is displayed on-line. The salary is decided as per govt. norms and is deposited in the bank account of the teachers. Presently, the Guest Lecturers(recruited online) are paid 200/- Rs per Lecture (for maximum 3 Lectures per day). The Guest Lecturers appointed with special consent of Janbhagidari, in departments with excessive workloads, have to submit their resume to the department and are selected on merit basis as per guidelines of the Higher Education Department of Madhya Pradesh as mentioned above. Their salary structure is decided by the Janbhagidari Committee and payment is made in cash. The details of Guest faculty, subject and salary structure is stated below (eg. October 2015).


S.no.

Name

Diganation

Qualification

PG Digree Division

M.Phil/Ph.D.

1

Mr. Neelesh Sharma

Asstt. Prof.

M.C.A

I Division

-

2

Mr. Kelash Vishwakarma

Asstt. Prof.

M.C.A

I Division

-

3

Mr. Deepak Tinguriya

Asstt. Prof.

M.C.A, Ph.D.

I Division

Ph.D.

The details of Guest faculty,(Janbhagidari) subject and salary is stated below

(October 2015).


S.No.

Name

Subject

Salary

1

Mr. Neelesh Sharma

Computer Application

RS 9900 /-

2

Mr. Kelash Vishwakarma

Computer Application

RS 9900 /-

3

Mr. Deepak Tinguriya

Computer Application

RS 9900 /-

1.2.5 Does the college provide additional skill oriented programmes, relevant to regional and global employment markets? If ‘yes’ provide details of such programme and the beneficiaries.

Along with the conventional and the self-finance professional courses, the college

provides short-term skill development programmes and trainings through the

Vivekananda Career Guidance Cell and extension activities by various departments.

For skill development, the following programmes and trainings were provided by the

college during the last two years:




S.No.

Session

Name Of Training/Workshop

Dates

No. of Students benefitted

1

2014-15

Mobile Repairing Workshop

3 Dec 2014 To 19Dec 2014

78

2

2015-16

Mobile Repairing Workshop

17 Nov 2015 To 04 Dec 2015

169

3

2015-16

Computer Hardware Repairing

29 Dec 2015 to 14 Jan 2016

162

4

2015-16

Industrial Site Excursion

1.Sugar mil Shukhakheri

2.MP Glychel Soyabeen Plant Gadarwara

3.NTPC Gagai Chichali

4.Brass & Metal industry Chichali


24 Feb 2016

75

5

2015-16

Rojgar Mela Attended by 12 Companies

27 Feb 2016

251

1.2.6 Does the University provide for the flexibility of combining the conventional face-to-face and Distance Mode of Education for students to choose the courses/combination of their choice” If‘yes’, how does the institution take advantage of such provision for the benefit of students?


There is no provision for flexibility of combining the conventional face-to-face and

Distance Mode of Education for the students, however, students are allowed to pursue

a certificate or a diploma course along with a degree programme.
1.3 Curriculum Enrichment
1.3.1 Describe the efforts made by the institution to supplement the University’s Curriculum to ensure that the academic programmes and Institution’s goals and objectives are integrated?

Ours is a Government college affiliated to R.D.V.V. Jabalpur. The curriculum set by the Higher Education Department and the University, is taught in the college. Since our college does not have autonomy regarding curriculum designing we only get fringe benefits. Few of our faculty members, who are invited by the board to participate in curriculum development try to sort out difficulties related to their subjects. A number of initiatives have been undertaken by the college to integrate academic programs and the goals and objectives of the college:



  • The academic calendar of the Higher Education Department, Madhya Pradesh and the cultural and the sports calendar of the university is followed and accordingly, academic and co-curricular activities are organized.

  • Our College focuses on multi skill development of students. In order to ensure employability, curriculum is framed in such a manner that the students can acquire necessary skills for better job placement.

  • Elective subject based options are available for students. This facility enables students to choose the subject of their own interest for future development.

  • Feedback from parents, students, alumni is invited to assess the utility of the syllabus in the upliftment of future profile of the students.

  • The syllabus is divided into units and planned in a way that all the units are completed within the assigned schedule.

  • Teachers are encouraged to impart the curriculum through innovative teaching methods such as presentations, assignments, discussions, workshops, seminars, industrial visits, computer education apart from regular/ traditional teaching methods.

  • Monthly teaching diary is maintained by all the teachers and the proposed plan of the month (prepared in advance)is completed by the teacher as scheduled.

  • CCE tests (Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation) and projects are done within the stipulated time.

  • N.S.S., Sports, Youth Festival activities and events are completed well before the examination so that students get enough time to prepare for their examination.

  • Seminars, workshops, extension lectures, career advancement programmes, skill improvement trainings are conducted by experts.




  • Participation of the students in the community services, awareness drives like AIDS, Drug addiction, Voter’s awareness, cleanliness, adherence to traffic rules is encouraged.

1.3.2 What are the efforts made by the institution to enrich and organize the curriculum to enhance the experiences of the students so as to cope with the needs of the dynamic employment market?


The following efforts have been made by the college :


  • The college library is expanded each year by purchase of latest books, journals and magazines. The Heads of the Departments provide a list of books and the latest journals which are purchased by the college. The present collection of books, the newly purchased books as per the latest syllabus and the needs of the students and the staff members and the number of magazines include those on career and employment guidance for the students informing them about the needs of the dynamic employment market.

  • The traditional teaching methodology is supplemented with ICT resources to train the students about the recent technology which help them in improving their employability skills.

  • The career guidance and placement cell of the college organize job fairs every year.

  • Through job- oriented semester projects, practical in science classes, innovation in teaching methods like group discussions, presentations etc. students are prepared for the employment market.

1.3.3 Enumerate the efforts made by the institution to integrate the cross cutting issues such as Gender, Climate Change, Environmental Education, Human Rights, ICT etc., into the curriculum?



GENDER:

Being a co-education college, gender issues are extremely relevant. Our college ardently organizes workshops on Women Empowerment, Legal rights of women, Problems related to women health and hygiene, decreasing gender ratio and increasing violence against women. We have a Women’s Cell as well as A Grievance Redressal Cell in the college. The cell comprises senior faculty members who keep a constant vigil upon the activities of the students. They are always available to guide the students in each and every matter. Priority is given to the problems of the student and immediate rectification is sought.
CLIMATE CHANGE:

Extension lectures related to Global Warming and other relevant topics are organized to spread the message across all segments of society.

Through Poster competitions, students are invited to express their views on such topics. Their enthusiastic participation projects their interest in such burning issues of the era. World Ozone Day is also celebrated by the college.

ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION:

‘Environmental Studies’ subject is taught as per the university syllabus. Students are given inputs regarding the concept and taken on field visits as part of their assignments and project work. The Activity clubs of our College celebrate World Environment Day by organizing lectures, essay competitions, poster exhibition and discussions by students on topics related to the environment. Tree Plantation programme is religiously conducted by the N.S.S. units of the college.



HUMAN RIGHTS:

The Anti-Ragging cell, Grievance Redressal Cell of our college areactive bodies. Their concern about the safety and security of the girls motivate them to organize institution level seminars and workshops, where the students are updated on their legal rights. Special workshops by eminent Doctors are organized to groom the line of thought of the students regarding, female foeticide, significance of breast feeding, values of nutrition. Special training of Yoga and Karate is arranged for the girls. Human Rights Day is also celebrated by the college. Students are invited to share their thoughts on the subject. Debates and Quiz contests are conducted to inculcate awareness among students.



ICT:

The College has a website which is updated periodically with all relevant information regarding curricular and co-curricular activities. Computer Awareness is compulsorily taught as a part of curriculum in the final year in all the faculties – Science, Arts, Commerce, Home Science at the graduation level. Every year, the Career Guidance Cell organizes short term basic computer course, free of cost, to improve the computer knowledge of the students. B.Com. in Computer Application is a self-finance course provided by the college. Some of the Faculty members and few among the administrative staff have attended computer training programmers arranged by Higher Education in Bhopal. The Science departments, and the Library have Wi-Fi connection. The administrative section is also equipped with internet facilities. We have a smart class to impart learning to the students in an innovative way.Power Point Presentations. Students are encouraged to browse the internet for collecting study material.

1.3.4 What are the various value-added courses/enrichment programmes offered to ensure holistic development of students?



Workshops and lectures by experts in various fields are organized regularly in our college.



    • moral and ethical values

    • employable and life skills

    • better career options

    • community orientation

1.3.5 Citing a few examples enumerate on the extent of use of the feedback from stakeholders in enriching the curriculum?
For enriching curriculum, the IQAC has developed a feedback system for students. A feedback format is circulated among the students, which they are required to fill-up and submit to the IQAC. Their feedback is analysed and shared with the staff and the difficulties, made apparent by the analysis, is rectified. The Principal along with the heads of departments look into the related issues and select ways and means to override them. Problems related to curriculum and the recommendations to enrich it are conveyed by the Head of the Department to the Chair Person of the Board of Studies and its members who discuss this at the annual meeting.
1.3.6 How does the institution monitor and evaluate the quality of its enrichment programmers?
Self-financing programmes in B.Com. Computer Application, B.Sc. computer application and D.C.A. are being successfully run by the college. The Guest faculty members are strictly monitored by the Heads of departments and the Principal of the college. On the recommendations of the Head of the department salary is paid to the guest faculty.

The college uses education as the tool for empowering students. It seeks to address the all-round development of the students enrolled in the various academic programmes it offers. The IQAC monitors and evaluates the efficiency and success of these enrichment programmes. The Institution makes sure that the programmes offered in the curriculum include contribution to national development, fostering global competencies among students, inculcating a value system among students, promoting the use of technology and increasing their thirst and quest for excellence.


1.4 Feedback System
1.4.1 What are the contributions of the institution in the design and development of the curriculum prepared by the University?
Designing and restructuring of courses mainly lies with the Affiliating University. The college, however, makes significant contribution in its implementation. The existing courses are executed and updated to meet the emerging national and global trends by periodically reviewing the syllabus of other reputed institutes. By organizing and attending seminars/conferences on emerging trends in various sectors. Our faculty keep themselves abreast of the changing national and global trends by attending workshops and participating in seminars.

Departmental seminars are organized on current issues to encourage students to keep themselves updated on the present scenario. Educational tours are arranged by various departments to offer physical verification of facts. The Commerce Department arranges for visits to surrounding industries for the benefit of the students.

The IQAC motivates the faculty members to adopt new techniques of Teaching- Learning. Various clubs like creative writing, internet club, language improvement club, social activity club, group discussion and debate club, adventure sports club, sports club, yoga club, idea club, media& publication club, athletics club, book- reading club, general knowledge club, computer awareness club, environmental awareness club, performing & visual art club, martial art, judo &karate club have been formed to search out the hidden talents of students and give them a platform for self- expression. Students are goaded to give their best. Teachers work tirelessly to help the students to achieve their goals. Wherever required guidance is provided for students who are weak or need help, to get through competitive examination.
1.4.2 Is there a formal mechanism to obtain feedback from students and stakeholders on Curriculum? If ‘yes’, how is it communicated to the University and made use internally for curriculum enrichment and introducing changes/new programmes?
Feedback on a given proforma is taken from the students by the IQAC, further analysed and discussed with the staff, which is conveyed further to the University by those faculty members who are members of the Board of Studies.

1.4.3 How many new programmes/courses were introduced by the institution during the last four years? What was the rationale for introducing new courses/programmes?)


No, new courses have introduced by the institution in the last four years. Any other relevant information regarding curricular aspects which the college would like to include.

The college is planning to introduce regular certificate courses in Fashion Designing, Computers, Tourism. A proposal for a well-equipped language lab has been sent to the Department of Higher Education, Bhopal for approval and implementation.

CRITERION II: TEACHING - LEARNING AND EVALUATION


2.1 Student Enrollment and Profile
2.1.1 How does the college ensure publicity and transparency in the admission process?
The Madhya Pradesh Higher Education Department and our College ensure wide publicity to the admission process through:

  • Online admission portal (www.epravesh.nic.in) of Madhya Pradesh Higher Education Department.

  • Advertisement in local newspaper.

  • Institutional website which provides details about the vision, mission objectives, courses, faculty members and information about library.

  • Admission notices are displayed on notice board of the college.

  • Prospectus is provided with application form. The detailed information about number and range of courses, seats available, eligibility, fee structure, faculty details are given in the prospectus.

  • The same information in also available on the college website.

  • The process of admission is fully transparent. Till the academic session 2011-12 all the admissions in the college had been completed through offline basis. Since the academic session 2012-13 for seeking admission in the first semester of U.G. and P.G. and the first semester of all the self-financing courses, process of on-line admission has been started by Madhya Pradesh Higher Education Department.

  • The college follows the online procedure of admission monitored by the Higher Education Department of M.P.

  • The Students are expected to apply online as per given schedule.

  • At the time of registration and admission students are provided guidance by counseling cell of the college. All the queries of the students are solved by college counselors.

  • The hard copies along with certificates are verified by the admission Committees.

  • The merit cum admission list is displayed on the notice board on the Higher Education website.

  • The selected candidates are informed through mobile SMS.

  • The selection is done by the admission committees after the documents are satisfactorily verified. Thus, transparency is ensured from the stage of online form submission, notification, till the completion of admission process.

  • The admission is on merit basis. After the last day of online admission or after the lines close for on line admission and if the seats remain vacant in any faculty, off line admissions were made for the remaining seats on merit basis, this is known as College Level Counseling Round (CLC Round) .Admission lists uploaded on the higher education website. For the rest of the semestersthe applications are processed by the admission committees and the admission lists are displayed on the notice board of the college.

  • All the norms of the Higher Education Department Madhya Pradesh government are strictly followed in the admission process and the reservation policy related to S.C., S.T., O.B.C. and women candidates is adhered to.

2.1.2 Explain in detail the criteria adopted and process of admission (Ex. (i) merit (ii) common admission test conducted by state agencies and national agencies (iii) combination of merit and entrance test or merit, entrance test and interview (iv) any other)to various programmes of the Institution.

The college is a Government college and hence all the norms of admissions are decided by the Higher Education Department Madhya Pradesh. Till 2011 admissions were made strictly on merit basis according to Govt. norms giving weightage to SC, ST, OBC , NSS, Sports as per reservation policy of Higher Education Dept. MP . Since 2012-13 there is online admission for all the courses by Higher Education Dept. Following are the major steps in this regard:-


  • Before two to three months of the commencement of the academic session the schedule of admission is declared by the Higher Education Department.

  • The number of seats in a particular programme is decided by the college and uploaded on the website of the department.

  • Registration and verification is done online after this.

  • After verification scrutiny for admission are done on the basis of merit in the qualifying examination plus the weightage given for NSS and achievements at national and international level in sports and other activities.

  • A merit list is prepared in accordance with the total number of seats available for a programme.

  • Higher Education Dept. M.P. allot the college and subjects to the registered and verified candidates .

  • According to the allotted list college provides the admission.

  • Government policy of reservation is followed strictly.


2.1.3 Give the minimum and maximum percentage of marks for admission at entry level for each of the programmes offered by the college and provide a comparison with other colleges of the affiliating university within the city/district.



Admission percentage at entry level Programmes

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

Max

%


Minimum %

Max

%


Minimum %

Max

%


Minimum %

Max

%


Minimum %

BA

78

45

81

46

79

43

78

38

BCOM

81

48

79

47

80

45

82

50

BSc

84

55

82

52

82

50

86

52

BCA

88

58

85

56

84

53

81

55

MA

68

44

62

42

60

40

65

45

MCom

71

45

65

46

64

43

60

50

MSc

79

56

72

55

74

50

70

55
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