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Preface

We feel privileged to submit the Self-Study Report of our college in anticipation for IInd cycle Re-Accreditation of our college. We have a credit of being accredited 'A' grade by NAAC during the Ist cycle. We had also the privilege of being conferred the status of 'College with Potential for Excellence'. This college has toiled hard to maintain the culture of excellence in Higher Education exploring its strength, weakness, and areas of improvement. We have introduced several innovative reforms in teaching-learning evaluation, research and extension activities ensuring qualitative education, inculcating value education, social responsibility and scientific temper among the students. We have gone through the recommendations of the peer team that visited during the first cycle for Accreditation, and tried our best to implement the suggestions and reforms accordingly.

Since the Accreditation of this College we have utilized our available resources to the best interest of educational innovation and the attainment of academic excellence as desired by UGC & NAAC. With the best of our ability we have planned and accordingly worked to promote high quality of teaching, research activities by harnessing our human and physical resources in innovative ways. We intend to use our potential to raise the level of education and learning as well as creating an Academic ambience according to the need of the knowledge society that is required for bringing about excellence in higher education.

During the assessment period the College has tried and put in its effort to enhance the level of performance in teaching, research and other academic pursuits through the introduction of quality initiatives in teaching-learning, research, extra-curricular, co-curricular, extension and community activities and implementation of innovative curriculum, ensuring efficient delivery of selected academic programmes.

Our esteemed staff is looking forward to the visit of NAAC peer team.



Sincerely




DR. RAM LALA SHUKLA

Principal,









Executive Summary


Govt. Thakur Ranmat Singh College of Excellence is one of the reputed and oldest institutions imparting higher education in Madhya Pradesh. The College was established by Maharaja of Rewa, King Raghuraj Singh in 1869 as a public school. The institution was soon upgraded to the status of High school in 1882 and was renamed as Durbar High school. The school got its affiliation with University of Kolkata in 1884. In the year 1891-92 this School got its affiliation with University of Allahabad. On 16th of July 1935 the college was elevated to the status of Intermediate College. The New building for the college was constructed at National Highway 7 by Maharaja of Rewa, Gulab Singh in October 1938. In 1944, several graduation courses were started in the College, thus the college was elevated to a Degree status. On August 15, 1957 the College was named as Thakur Ranmat Singh Postgraduate College in memoir of renowned freedom fighter, Shaheed Thakur Ranmat Singh by the Government of Madhya Pradesh. The college was affiliated with The University of Agra after getting the degree status since 1956. The college got affiled with University of Sagar in 1956 and remained affiliated since 1968. In 1968 the College became affiliated with With Awadhesh Pratap singh University Rewa, which was established in 1968. The College thus has a long legacy of imparting education in Vindhya Region. Being one of the Oldest Institutions of Madhya Pradesh the College has all the credit of being recognized as a 'Heritage College' of the region.

The Government Thakur Ranmat Singh College Rewa enjoys the privilege of being recognized with the status of an Autonomous College by UGC in 1995. By grace of its academic ambience the College was declared Centre for Excellence by the Government of Madhya Pradesh in 2001. Maintaining its academic excellence this College is privileged with being assessed and accredited ‘A’ grade by NAAC on January 29, 2009 having CGPA of 3.01 on four point scale; and also being conferred the status of College with potential for excellence by UGC in 2010.

The College is a recognized research centre in 13 disciplines. The College is a multi faculty co-education institution with 7024 student's enrolment in the faculties of Arts, Science, Commerce and several number of self finance programs. Since its inception this College has set the milestone of success not only in educational but also in political and social fields. Many a scholars of the College have got up to the height of reputation holding political positions in the Union Cabinet & State Ministry. Hundreds of the scholars of this institute have successfully qualified for higher and reputed jobs in education, bureaucracy and business sector.

Being a leading centre of research of A.P.S. University Rewa the College has about 200 enrolled research scholars in the disciplines like Commerce, English, Economics, Geography, Hindi, History, Music, Philosophy, Political Science, Sociology, Sanskrit and different branches of Science. It is well said that–'Sweets are the uses of adversity'. The tireless efforts of the faculty members, the staff, the stakeholders, the students led the College to be bestowed with the prestige and honour of being conferred the status of 'College with Potential for Excellence'. Thus the College became one among the 149 Colleges to be identified under the scheme of 'College with Potential for Excellence' during phases III by D.O Number F. 12-1/2008(NS/PE) 20th July 2010.

The increasing impact of globalization has focused on drastic changes in the Higher Education system. In the globally operating scenario of 21st century there is an unrestricted flow of goods, capital money, skill and people across the national boundaries; ideas, cultures and values are continuing to expand beyond the space and time. With its focus on information and knowledge society the role of Information & technology has effect on education and learning. The terms like media learning, media Pedagogy, E-learning, digital learning are floating in the academic world. With these changes and consequent shift in value, have stressed on the need to harness the incredible pool of available human resources with a focus on quality education and skill development agenda to meet the challenge being posed on the system of education.



As per norms and standards laid down by the UGC for the autonomous College and an institute of potential for excellence this institute intends and puts in its effort to –

  • Enhance the level of performance in teaching, research and other academic pursuits through the introduction and implementation of innovative curriculum and delivery of selected academic programmes.

  • Design and develop academic curriculum in accordance with the current requirements of the society and the nation.

  • To enhance the quality of learning & teaching process at the undergraduate and post graduate level by providing infrastructural facilities like LCD projector, computer.

  • To promote collaboration with the business groups for career and research activity.

  • To promote value education and scientific temper and research.

  • To promote the organization of campus selection programmes, organizing career fair and other career motivational programmes.

  • To promote research activities and improve the standard of research through the organization of seminars, workshops, symposia and academic conference.

  • To strengthen the examination cell, academic cell, library and laboratories in different departments by making them equipped with modern techniques.

  • This institution has a premises of 47.24 acres located at NH-7 in the heart of the city.

  • At the UG level the College runs 5 programmes and at the PG level the College has 15 courses.

  • Under the self financial scheme, the College runs different job oriented programmes like – B.C.A., B.B.A., B.Sc.(BT), B.Com. (C.A.) M.S.W., B.A.LLB., M.Sc. Computer Science, M.Sc. Micro- Biology, M.Sc. Bio- chemistry.

  • To promote research activities, this College runs M.Phil. courses in 13disciplines, such as Commerce, English, Economics, Geography, Hindi, History, Music, Political Science, Philosophy, Sociology, Sanskrit, Chemical Science.

The details of total enrolments in the College during last four years were –




2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

UG

3005

4741

4937

4527

5555

PG

1156

1243

1356

1355

1323

M.Phil

184

165

120

172

149

Ph.D

219

2

0

169




Enrolments Trend



The institution endeavors to ensure –

  • Access to quality education at all levels.

  • To promote knowledge to make the students job-oriented.

  • To prepare skilled and job ready man power.

  • To promote research activities.

  • To create a qualitative pool of human resource keeping in view the local needs.

  • To promote innovation entrepreneurship & skill.

Curricular aspects

The Govt. Thakur Ranmat Singh College Rewa is one of the leading institutions of higher education affiliated to A.P.S. University Rewa. The College being an Autonomous and Centre of Excellence constantly strives to ensure quality and excellence in higher education on one side and to ensure job-oriented and skill based education keeping in view the needs and the interest of stake holders.

This College is a multi-faculty, co-ed College imparting higher education in Arts, , Commerce, Science and Law. The College offers honours degree at UG level in 17 aided courses. The College has also introduced 05 self financing programs.

The College offers B.A.L.LB. under self-financing scheme, to ensure employability in legal sector.

The College offers 21 courses at PG level (12 Aided and 09 self financed). The College is a recognized centre for research in all the 12 aided PG courses; the College also provides M.Phil degree in 13 disciplines under self financing scheme.

Keeping in view the better job opportunities the College has started job oriented courses under the self financing scheme like B.C.A., B.B.A., B.Sc. (Micro biology, Biotechnology, Bio chemistry, Bio-informatics) at UG level and M.S.W., M.Sc. (Bio chemistry, Bio-informatics & Computer Science) at PG level. Two job oriented courses i.e. functional English & functional Hindi as subsidiary option have been incorporated at UG level.

Foundation courses like Hindi language, English language, Entrepreneurship, Computer Application and Environmental Studies have been make compulsory for all the students of Arts, , Commerce, Science & Law at UG level.

The effort of the institution has been to introduce wide range programme options and courses that are in tune with the emerging trends and relevant to the local needs.

The College provides weightage to the SC/ST/OBC and disadvantaged sections by providing reservation of seats as per norms of the Government.

Curriculum design and updation –

Since the College is a Govt. College, the curriculum in general is designed by the Department of Higher Education, Govt. of Madhya Pradesh. Integrated curriculum is assigned by the Department of Higher Education to all the Govt. Colleges of Madhya Pradesh.

Despite of the fact, the College in capacity of an autonomous institution enjoys the privilege of amending, supplementing and enriching the curriculum designed and assigned by the Government keeping in view that the curriculum designed by the Government is least affected. Keeping in view the relevance of the social needs, emerging National and global scenario, the curriculum is revised, updated upto 10% every year in consultation with subject experts the stake holders and the feedback from the students.

Board of Studies –

The College convenes the meetings of 'Board of Studies' consisting of the reputed subject experts from the different universities and Colleges, the stake holders and the faculty members of the concerning departments, in every academic session almost in the month of May. The 'Board of Studies reviews and suggests the amendments required.

In designing the curricula the relevant programmes suited best to the professional and personal need of the students, realization of core values, the local needs and the changing scenario of society is widely taken into consideration; The curricula proposed by the 'Board of Studies' is approved by the Academic Council before its implementation.

The curriculum is supplemented with the provision of practical training, field work, study tours, computer awareness and community development as well as the holistic development of the students. The departments enjoy autonomy to design the modules they teach. The academic flexibility is thus given space in designing and enriching the curricula.



Criterion II- Teaching-Learning and Evaluation

Teaching-learning is key to all the effort of quality initiative, Quality enhancement and quality assurance in the institutions. The College endeavors to ensure better academic ambience by introducing innovative practices in teaching-learning and evaluation.



Students' enrolment and profile–

The College has developed a mechanism of free, fair and transparent system of admission complying with all the norms of state Government. In compliance with the norms laid down by the Government the institution with the best of its efforts ensures equity and wide access of the students from all the communities from different geographical, socio-economic, cultural backgrounds.

The norms of state Govt. for reservation of seats for the students of SC/ST and OBC women candidates, persons with disabilities is strictly followed by the institution. Due weightage is given to the students having certificate of participation in sports, cultural activities, NSS and NCC.

The entire system of admission is on-line. The students apply on line applications indicating the choice of the course and the College they wish to seek admission. The admission is given to students of regular courses after counseling and getting the feedback for their options. Students have freedom to choose their options and change accordingly during counseling. The admission for the regular courses is given on merit basis decided by the Department of Higher Education in Ist, IInd, IIrd and CLC round counseling.

The College conducts zero classes for the new entrants to make them acquaint with the College, administration, faculty, extracurricular activities, courses, support system provided to the students, library service, and other facilities in the existing premises.

The students are also given opportunity to change their options within 15 days of the admission. Guardian teachers for each class are nominated under the scheme of shikshak-Palak Samiti. The guardian teachers are assigned the task of redressing the grievances of the students and also to invite the guardians occasionally in the College to make them aware of the progress of the students thus an amicable relationship between the teacher and students is ensured.



Teaching-Learning Process

Role of a teacher is pivot in entire teaching learning process. Even in the age of increased importance of technology, the role of teacher in the class room cannot be undermined. The teaching process can be made effective by the efficient delivery of the contents to the students.

The College has introduced several innovations in teaching-learning and evaluation during last 04 years. The College has developed 18 Master class rooms and tried to make all departments equipped with LCD projectors and required techniques for making teaching-learning more interesting. The access of students to computer, internet, E- library, E-resources, reprographic facilities are ensured to enhance quality in learning. The students are assigned seminars, assignment, projects, field works, educational tours, in-order to enhance qualitative learning. Recently the College has introduced Group discussion, Quiz, surprise test, class room teaching, and role-play as a part of innovative practice to make teaching interactive. Computer and internet facilities are also available in the departments which are available for the teacher and students. The teachers provide required study materials to the students if needed.

All the departments have been equipped with LCD projectors and audio-visual aids to make the teaching-learning process more effective. Extra classes and remedial classes for weaker students is also organized.



Teacher’s Quality –

The teachers are expected to enhance their quality keeping their knowledge and awareness update. For this purpose every department of the College is equipped with departmental library. New books are purchased to the departmental libraries every year. It is mandatory for the teachers to attend the libraries and put in their signature in the register maintained in the library.

The teachers are encouraged to organize seminars and workshops at the departmental level. The teachers participate in the National, International, Seminars, Conferences, Symposia and other training courses in view of enriching their knowledge and to keep their level of awareness update with the new developments taking place at National & International level.

Student Progression and Learning Outcomes –

The student’s progression and learning outcomes are monitored through their performance in the comprehensive continuous evaluation tests (CCE). The CCE helps the students to unit wise preparation of the syllabus. CCE helps to track the student's progression. The result of the College is always excellent and it ranges from 85 to 95% every semester. A large number of students get their placement in state level and National level services. A number of students have qualified the entrance level examinations in other universities and sought admissions in other universities. A number of scholars have qualified for NET and other fellowship exams since last 04 years in almost every department.



Evaluation Process and Reforms –

The College has developed an effective and efficient process of evaluation. The level of awareness, skill and competence of students is tested at different levels. The College has devised different modes of evaluation. The students are evaluated at two levels.





Internal evaluation comprises –

  • Comprehensive continuous evaluation test (04 evaluation test in a semester) to focus on unit wise preparation of the students and keeping the update with the syllabus.

  • Seminars–Every weekend to enhance the communication skill, power of expression, creative thinking.

  • Assignment – Assigned in each paper every semester to check the capacity of creative writing.

  • Projects – Projects are assigned for the students of VI semester at UG level & IV semester at PG level to motivate for investigation & research.

  • Quiz – To test the level of their awareness to the ongoing changes at the National and International level. (Ist semester UG level)

  • Surprise test–To keep them alert and to check their preparedness. (IV Semester UG level)

  • Role play–To Enhance the level of thinking and grasping the things. (III semester)

  • Class-room teaching – To improve their level of confidence and communication power.

  • Group discussion – To enhance the capacity of judgment, decision making and leadership. (IV Sem at UG level)

  • Group talk – To check their level of awareness. (V semester UG level)

The College has composed a quality assurance and monitoring cell that checks ensure and monitor the programs being conducted in each class. The cell submits its report in the academic cell. The entire exercise is intended to upgrade the standard and to ensure the quality teaching and quality learning in the College.

Integrated Seminar –

The College organizes integrated seminar for the students at PG and M.Phil. level in every semester. It is organized in two steps. In the I­st session every department organizes the seminar and the students present their papers. In the IInd session, the best adjudged presentation by the department is selected to present the paper in the auditorium.



  • Students adjudged (I,II,III) from each faculty of social Science/humanities/Science/ Commerce are given certification and prizes.

  • The College has introduced Gold medals for the best performers at UG PG M.Phil student who tops their class.

Criteria – III

Research, Consultancy & Extension–

The institution ensures promotion of research culture.



  • Promotion of research – This institution is a recognized research centre in 12 disciplines with more than 200 research scholars enrolled in different departments of the College. 43 out of 49 Professors posted in the College are research guides who are engaged in guiding the scholars for research.

  • The faculty members of the College undertake major/minor projects. The faculty members successfully completed 20 minor and 01 major research project during last 04 years. At present 05 minor research projects are ongoing in the College.

  • The Faculty members participate in National/International seminars, publish research papers in journals and edited books.

The College library has been enriched with reference books, where the research scholars consult for the contents of research. The library is equipped with E-resource and Internet open for free access to students and research scholars. The departmental library has been provided with books as per requirements of the research scholars.

Resource Mobilization for Research–The faculty members apply for research to mobilize resource. One faculty member has undertaken a consultancy project on corporate social responsibility. A number of students enrolled in this College are availing Rajiv Gandhi fellowship. A number of students have qualified NET/JRF. The institution provides facilities for books in the central library as well as in the different departments. The College has allocated amount from the internal resources to the different departments for promoting research activities in the College.

The institution ensures the best utilization of existing resources for research. The teaching faculty is committed to encourage inter-disciplinary research.



Research Facilities –

The College is well equipped with facilities, equipments and space required for undertaking research work. The institution intends to collaborate with UGC, ICSSR, agencies and other research bodies to promote research activities in the College.

The teachers share their views with a number of research publications in National and International journals. Almost 07 faculty members of the College are engaged in publishing of National level and two International level research journals.

Consultancy –


  • Seminars symposia and workshops are frequently organized in the College campus.

  • The finance generated are fairly utilized to the benefit of the academic bent of people. The faculty members of the College offer consultancy services to the institutions and other agencies.

  • The institution intends to develop among the students, the sensitivities towards the National values, community issues, gender disparities, social equity.

  • The College has constituted a research coordination cell to provide information and facilitation to research scholars in their research activities.

  • The College provides economic assistance to the departmental libraries for the purpose of purchasing the reference books.

  • The College also provides economic assistance to the departmental libraries for the purpose of purchasing the reference books.

Extension activities–The extension activities are carried on through NCC, NSS, Red-cross, Sports and cultural activities. NCC unit of the College prepares the students to participate in republic day parades New Delhi. A Number NCC of cadets have been awarded C certificate are and B certificate and a few of them have been awarded with best cadet certificate.

  • The Red-cross unit of the College organizes blood donation camps every year and invites medical experts to make the community aware with health standards. The NCC Unit organizes camps every year and makes the community aware with the different welfare activities.

  • The NSS Unit of Boys and girls have organized – camps in remote villages. Several extension activities are organized for the down trodden and the deprived section by NSS unit of the College.

Criterion IV

Infrastructure and Learning Resources –

Adequate infrastructural facilities are the key for effective and efficient implementation of educational programmes. Quality learning and teaching does not only depend on the quality of teachers and staff, but also on the facilities and space provided to them to execute the knowledge, academic resources, plans and programmes. In an institution, infrastructure and resources are the motivational instrument to the teachers for efficient delivery of their potential. An institution with the teachers having higher potential and academic excellence fail to execute the plans and programmes if they are not provided the facilities required for delivering the resources to the students.



Physical facilities –

This College ensures to develop better infrastructural facilities for the learners. The College has 47.24 acres of land, situated in the heart of city.



  • The Colleges has 3 huge building- main building, library building and new building. The main building is used as an administrative block, consisting of the office of Principal, examination cell, confidential cell, academic cell, office for the staff, students cell, NCC and NSS cell, staff room, sports cell, store room, two computer labs, well equipped conference hall, well furnished and well-equipped auditorium, two master class-room and the departments of physics, chemistry, zoology, Botany, Economics, Geography, Hindi, Political Science, Sociology, Library Science, Music and history.

  • The College has adequate infrastructural facilities for sports. The College has a well equipped gymnasium. Indoor and outdoor sports complex with 8 lane running track is under contravention. The sports equipments for athletics, cricket, football are available in the College.

  • There are 13 spacious and airy class-rooms in the main building.

  • The library building consists of the central library, Research library, UGC Library, the departments of English, Commerce, Mathematics, Bio-technology, one computer lab, and 10 huge spacious and airy well equipped class-room and A/c Language lab.

  • The new building consists of one girl's common-room, gymnasium equipped with sports equipments, departments of law, departments of B.B.A., M.S.W. and Sanskrit philosophy, and 24 spacious and well ventilated class-rooms.

  • The College has 46 class-rooms for more than seven thousand enrolled students in the College.

  • The College has developed 01 badminton hall, 01 Indoor sports complex for indoor sports activities such as badminton, table tennis and basket ball, one outdoor sports stadium for hockey, Kho-Kho, one recently constructed girl's hostel, a composite building. Department of Science has well-equipped laboratories and a botanical garden.

  • Maintenance of the facilities available in the campus. The College has installed Ro”s for drinking water and the College maintain these facilities. The institution makes every effort to ensure better facilities in the campus and also the best utilization of the resources available.

  • The College has developed better facilities of sports, common room and toilet facilities for woman and differently disabled persons.

The College is run in three shifts from 7:00 am to 5:30 pm.

  • In the morning shift- Commerce classes from 7:00 to 10:00 AM.

  • In the IInd shift 11:00 -2:00 Science classes are held and

  • The IIIrd shift is for the Arts faculty students- 2:00- 5:30

Library as a Learning Resource –

  • A well-equipped library is a better learning resource for the students as well as for the faculty members, Books, journals, technology aided learning mechanisms which enable the students to enrich their knowledge and information.

  • The College has a well equipped central library and UGC library with e-resource INFLIBNET and 'N-list program.

  • The work of a library is valued by the treasure of knowledge it hold in the terms of books. Simultaneously its worth is valued by its use by the students and faculty members, and by the frequency of their visit to it.

  • The College has a computerized library with computer laser printer, reprographic facilities and reading room. The central library has a collection of more than 01 lakh books. The rare books, manuscripts, are preserved in the library.

  • The library provides free on-line journal through INFLIBNET. The College has made conscious efforts to maintain well equipped departmental library in all the departments.

IT infrastructure –

  • The College has well furnished 06 computer labs with about 200 computers in it. All the departments and cells have been provided with computer and internet facility.

  • The examination cell and the confidential cell of the College is fully computerized; all the modern equipments like risograph, photocopier, scanner has been provided to examination cell. All the departments including self financed courses have been made equipped with computer and modern devices of teaching like LCD. The College is equipped with Wi-Fi system, SWAN and LAN facilities.

  • The College ensures on-line application and on line declaration of results.

  • The College has developed 18 master class rooms with ICT facilities, 09 computer labs open to access for the students. Class rooms of the College have been made equipped with computers, LCD projectors and interactive boards.

  • The College intends to develop these class rooms as master class rooms. The College has installed more than 16 CCTV cameras to monitor the teaching learning activities in the campus.


Criterion -5

Students Support and Progression-

Students are the key to any institution and the priority of an institution is to develop the students into worthy citizens.



Students Mentoring and Support-

The College ensures better students mentoring and support system.



  • The career guidance cell provides career guidance on job opportunities by organizing career oriented workshops and seminars.

  • The placement cell organizes campus programmes to enable for employability.

  • Personality development cell organizes workshops on personality development of the students. Seminars are organized to motivate the students towards value-oriented education and institutional social responsibility.

  • The IQAC helps to enhance awareness about the students support service facilitated by the College. For the purpose "Zero classes" are held at the commencement of the session for 15 days. In these classes the experts disseminate the information's about-

  • The plan of action of the College

  • The curriculum design

  • The functioning of the College administration

  • The book bank facility for the SC/ST and OBC

  • The scholarships and financial assistance available for SC/ST/OBC/ economically deprived sections

  • Hostel facility for the SC/ST students

  • The College has several schemes for the scholars

  • The College provides financial support to the SC, ST, OBC, Girl students, minorities and economically deprived section to ensure easy access to higher education. The financial assistance provided to the students are-

  • Post Matric Scholarships for SC/ST/OBC students

  • Gaon ki Beti Yojna

  • Pratibha Kiran Yojna

  • Awagaman Yojna

  • Vikramaditya Yojna

  • Poor Boys Fund Scheme

  • Scholarships for Physically challenged students

  • Rajeev Gandhi Research Scholarship

  • Free Books & Stationary under book bank scheme for SC/ST students.

The College has organized several campus drive programs and a number of students have been successful in these programs. The College also organizes remedial courses is motivate the students for preparation of different jobs.

Students Participation & Activities –

  • The institution promotes value based education for inculcating social responsibility and good citizenry among students. The students of the College are promoted to participate in extra-curricular, cultural, sports and academic activities.

Sports Activities-The College facilitates a number of sports activities in the campus. The students participate in the Indoor sports activities such as- Table tennis, Badminton, Chess and outdoor activities such as football, cricket, athletics, basket ball, Kho-Kho, hand ball, Lawn tennis, Volley ball Kbbaddi etc.

  • The College motivates the students to participate in sports activities. The students of the College have participated in district level, division level, State and National level sports events.

  • Youth festival is organized during the months of September and November. The students of this College have performed well in cultural activities at the district, division, state and National level youth competition during last four years.

  • The students of this College have won prizes in group dance, skit, singing and other National level competitions.

  • Students are promoted towards the community service by motivating them to participate in NSS, NCC, Red Cross, activities. National voter’s day is celebrated each year and the students actively participate in voter awareness programmes.

Criterion VI

Governance, Leadership and Management –

  • Insuring quality education is an essential ingredient for the reputation of an institution. Quality education needs human resource of merit and competence.

  • In-order to utilize the available human resource to the utmost benefit of the institution, innovative vision, leadership and co-ordination is essential.

  • The College intends to promote quality learning and to introduce innovative practices in the governance and leadership to motivate the students towards self dependence and self-reliance.

Institutional Vision & Leadership –

  • Effective leadership and participatory decision making are the key factors to achieve the vision and goals of an institution. The institution has developed a mechanism of governance and effective administration.

  • Different cells have been established to perform the functions of planning and under taking the responsibilities of the College.

  • The discharge of administrative functions are carried on by the autonomous cell, academic cell, UGC cell, IQAC cell, finance cell, examination, career counseling cell composed for the purpose.

  • These cells are constituted to co-ordinate the academic and administrative functions.

  • The College has constituted Governing body, Board of Studies, Academic Council, finance committee, Janbhagidari samiti, Governing body monitors the plans and programmes of development initiated by the College. Board of Studies and Academic Council meets every year and suggests improvement in the syllabus.

  • The Academic Council of the institution prepares the program of action for the year in the beginning of the session.

  • The different committees are constituted to perform the functions regarding Governance and administration, development and implementation of objectives;

  • Important issues policies programmes are discussed in the meeting of staff council.

  • The staff is bestowed on with administrative responsibilities.

Faculty Empowerment Strategies -

  • Human resource is the key factor in implementation of programmes of the institution. The College organizes seminars workshops for the faculty members and also promotes the faculty members to participate in the national and international conferences.

  • The faculty members of the College are encouraged to participate in different training programmes, refresher and orientation courses organized by the University academic staff Colleges and academy of administration Bhopal (M.P.).

  • The institution tries it’s best to upgrade the professional competence of the staff. The teachers fill up the performance appraisal every year.

  • The institution facilitates the faculty members and staff all the amenities and benefits made available to them as per Government norms.

  • The College ensures to Organize 'Teacher's Training program' to make them efficient and more Computer- friendly.

Financial Management and Resource Mobilization –

  • The College is Govt. Autonomous College. The maximum resource is funded by the Govt. and the UGC. The College ensures the maximum utilization of finance provided by the Govt. Full transparency and probity in public finance is ensured as per financial rules of the Government.

  • The College generates its financial resources through Janbhagidari and fees collected from self finance programmes introduced by the College.

  • The expenditure of the funds is subject to internal audit, Government audit, and Auditor general's audit.

IQAC

  • Internal quality assurance cell has been constituted in the College to evaluate and monitor the quality assurance schemes initiated by the College. The IQAC organizes seminars at UG, P.G & M.Phil. level.

  • The objective is to motivate the students for research activities. IQAC monitors the organization of seminars and other quality initiative of the College.

  • The constant comprehensive evaluation test, Seminars, Assignments, Quiz, Role play, Group discussion has been introduced in the College to ensure qualitative teaching and learning in the College. The IQAC monitors the implementation of these schemes.

Criterion VII

The College has developed mechanism for internal quality assurance to introduce and implement innovative practices.



Innovation and Best Practices -

Several Innovative practices have been introduced by the College to ensure quality teaching-learning. The College ensures the-



  • Implementation of 18 point vision document on quality assurance issued by the Govt.

  • Composition of Pratibha Bank,

  • Zero classes as induction programs for the freshers,

  • Book bank club

  • Integrated seminars

  • Introduction of techniques like quiz, group discussion, class room teaching, role play, surprise tests,

  • Remedial teaching and the like.

  • The College organizes Zero classes in the month of July for 15 days,

  • Quality assurance seminar is held in every academic session.

  • National level seminars, workshops are organized every year in the College.

  • Under the scheme of Pratibha bank the local talents were invited to deliver lectures on value based topics.

  • Career campus activities are organized to ensure employability to the students.

  • Total compliance of the plans chalked out at the beginning of every academic session is ensured.

Innovation in Examination & Evaluation-

The College has introduced several innovative practices in examination and evaluation mentioned as under-



  • Internal evaluation at UG level consisting of-

  • Assignment

  • Seminar

  • Project in UG VI semester & PG IV semester

  • Comprehensive constant evaluation

  • Attendance

  • practical papers in Science subjects

  • Semester Exam

Internal evaluation at PG Level

  • Assignment

  • Integrated seminar

  • Project work in IV sem. at PG level.

  • Semester Exam

Internal evaluation M.PHIL Level

  • Integrated Seminar

  • Assignment

  • Publication of two research papers

Semester Exam

  • Dissertation

  • Viva-Voce

Environmental awareness / protection

  • The College intends to develop green campus in the premises; the College promotes water resource management, waste management, and energy conservation device.

  • To make the campus green the College has developed-




  • Nakshatra Vatika,

  • Navagrah Upvan,

  • Panch Pallava Park,

  • Kusum Van with plants of botanical, ecological and medicinal plants.

  • The College has made efforts to develop College campus into a beautiful green belt.

  • The College has installed more than 20 solar devices in the campus as an initiative of energy conservation.

  • College level workshop are organized on pollution problem, hi-tech plantation method by the departments

  • Career counseling cell holds workshop on importance of vegetational plants like neem in medicine in collaboration with SEDMAP.

  • Awareness programmes on environment protection are frequently organized.

SWOC Analysis

  • STRENGTH-

  • Eminent and well educated faculty

  • Research, consultancy and extension

  • Innovative practices

  • Youth Festival

  • Extra-curricular cultural activities

  • Community and extension activities

  • WEAKNESS-

  • Rural background of the students

  • Infrastructure in proportion to the number of enrollments

  • ICT facility in proportion to the number of enrollments

  • Computer labs

  • Research laboratory

  • Placement problems

  • Add on, certificate and computer programs

  • Opportunity-

  • Research and Post- Doctoral research

  • Inter -disciplinary courses and Inter -disciplinary research

  • Leadership and administration

  • Research and Innovation

  • Challenges-

  • Problem of collaboration with Industries and Universities due economic resources

  • Access to computer & Internet in proportion to the number of students

  • Adequate research funding

  • Poor employment ratio

  • Infrastructural facilities in proportion to the number of students



Part-I.

Profile of the Autonomous College


  1. Name and Address of the College:

Name :

GOVERNMENT THAKUR RANMAT SINGH

Address :

COLLEGE CHOWK, CIVIL LINES

City :

REWA

Pin: 486001

State: MADHYA PRADESH

Website :

trscollege.com

2.For communication:

Designation

Name

Telephone with STD code

Mobile

Fax

EMAIL

Principal

DR Ram Lala Shukla

O:07662-252670

R:


09981854053

07662252670

hegtrscrew@mp.gov.in

Vice Principal

Dr. Ajay Shankar Pandey

O:07662-252670

R:


09826562233

07662252670

hegtrscrew@mp.gov.in

Steering Committee Coordinator

DR Sankata prasad shukla

O:07662252670

R:


09424600634

07662406756

spshuklatrs@gmail.com

3. Status of the Autonomous College by management

i.

Government



ii.

Private




iii.

Constituent College of the University




4. Name of University to which the College is affiliated

AWADHESH PRATAP SINGH UNIVERSITY, REWA(M.P.)

5. a. Date of establishment, prior to the grant of ‘Autonomy’(16/07/1935)

b. Date of grant of ‘Autonomy’ to the College by UGC: (12/08/1994)

6. Type of Institution:

a. By Gender




i. For Men




ii. Women



iii. Co-education

b. By Sift



i. Regular




ii. Day




iii. Evening

c. Source of funding



i. Government




ii. Grant-in-aid



iii. Self-financing




iv. Any other (please specify)

7. It is a recognized minority institution?






Yes



No

If yes specify the minority status (Religious/linguistic/ any other) and provide documentary evidence.






8. a. Details of UGC recognition:

Under Section

Date, Month & Year (dd-mm-yyyy)

Remarks (if any)

  1. 2(f)

02/08/1978




  1. 12(B)

03/09/1991




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

b. Details of recognition / approval bystatutory /regulatory bodies other than UGC (AICTE. NCTE, MCI, DCI, RCI, etc.)- NA

Under Section / clause

Day, Month and Year (dd-mm-yyyy)

Validity

Programme / institution

Remarks

i.













(Enclose the Certificate of recognition / approval )

9. Has the College been recognized

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



Yes



No




If yes, date of recognition: 31/03/2010

b. For its contributions / performance by any other Governmental agency?



Yes



No




If yes, Name of the agency

Centre For Excellence

Department of Higher Education, Government of Madhya Pradesh and Date of recognition 2001



10. Location of the campus and area: Location *

Location

URBAN

Campus area in sq. mts. or acres

47.24 Acres

Built up area in sq. mts.

14284.11 Sq.Meter

11. Does the College have the following facilities on the campus (Tick the available facility)? In case the College has an agreement with other agencies in using such facilities provide information on the facilities covered under the agreement.

Auditorium / Seminar complex












Sports facilities
















Play ground












Swimming pool













Gymnasium









Hostel
















Boy's hostel













Girl's hostel









Residential facilities
















For teaching staff












For non-teaching staff









Cafeteria













Health centre
















First aid facility













Inpatient facility













Outpatient facility













Ambulance facility










Health centre staff
















Qualified doctor

Full time




Part-time







Qualified Nurse

Full time




Part-time




Other facilities
















Bank













ATM













post office













book shops










Transport facilities
















For students













For staff










Power house













Waste management facility















SN.

Programme Level

Name of the Programme / Course

Duration (Years)

Entry Qualification

Medium of instruction

Sanctioned / approved student intake

No of students admitted




UG



















1




BA(Hons) Hindi

3

10+2

Hindi

120

19

2




BA(Hons) English

3

10+2

English

120

19

3




BA(Hons) Sanskrit

3

10+2

Hindi /Sanskrit

120

8

4




BA(Hons) Urdu

3

10+2

Urdu

120

4

5




BA(Hons) Economics

3

10+2

Hindi /English

120

92

6




BA(Hons) Geography

3

10+2

Hindi /English

120

92

7




BA(Hons) History

3

10+2

Hindi /English

120

39

8




BA(Hons) Mathematics

3

10+2

Hindi /English

120

58



9




BA(Hons) Music

3

10+2

Hindi /English

120

11

10




BA(Hons) Philosophy

3

10+2

Hindi /English

120

15

111




BA(Hons) Political Science

3

10+2

Hindi /English

120

100

12




BA(Hons) Sociology

3

10+2

Hindi /English

120

30

13




BSc(Hons) Botany

3

10+2

Hindi /English

50

56

14




BSc(Hons) Chemistry

3

10+2

Hindi /English

120

182

15




BSc(Hons) Mathematics

3

10+2

Hindi /English

120

218

16




BSc(Hons) Zoology

3

10+2

Hindi /English

120

139

17




BSc(Hons) Physics

3

10+2

Hindi /English

120

181

18




BSc Biotechnology

3

10+2

Hindi /English

160

146

19




B.C.A.

3

10+2

Hindi /English

120

104

20




BCom(Hons)

3

10+2

Hindi /English

460

643

21




BCom(CA)

3

10+2

Hindi /English

250

250

22




B.B.A.

3

10+2

Hindi /English

160

94

23

PG

MA Economics

2

Graduation

Hindi /English

60

32

24




MA English

2

Graduation

English

60

26

25




MA Geography

2

Graduation

Hindi /English

60

29

26




MA Hindi

2

Graduation

Hindi

60

27

27




MA History

2

Graduation

Hindi /English

60

2

28




MA Music

2

Graduation

Hindi /English

60

10

29




MA Philosophy

2

Graduation

Hindi /English

60

1

30




MA Political Science

2

Graduation

Hindi /English

60

16

31




MA Sanskrit

2

Graduation

Hindi /Sanskrit

60

7

32




MA Sociology

2

Graduation

Hindi /English

60

12

33




B.Lib.I.Sc.

1

Graduation

Hindi /English

33

9

34




M.Lib.I.Sc.

1

B.Lib.I.Sc.

Hindi /English

22

6

35




M Com

2

BCom

Hindi /English

150

240

36




MSc Computer Science

2

BSc Comp Sc./B.C.A./BE

Hindi /English

60

42

37




MSc Mathematics

2

BSc

Hindi /English

40

52

38




MSc Biochemistry

2

BSc

Hindi /English

40

8

39




MSc Biotechnology

2

BSc

Hindi /English

40

19

40




MSc Microbiology

2

BSc

Hindi /English

20

5

41




MSc Botany




BSc

Hindi /English

20

8

42




MSc Chemistry




BSc

Hindi /English

50

41

43




MSc Zoology




BSc

Hindi /English

36

22

44




M.S.W.




Graduation

Hindi /English

79

76

45

Integrated Masters



















46

M.Phil.



















47




Hindi




PG Degree

Hindi

30

9

48




English




PG Degree

English

30

5

49




Sanskrit




PG Degree

Hindi /Sanskrit

30

6

50




Commerce




PG Degree

Hindi /English

30

38

51




Economics




PG Degree

Hindi /English

30

19

52




Geography




PG Degree

Hindi /English

30

8

53




History




PG Degree

Hindi /English

30

4

54




Library Science




PG Degree

Hindi /English

30

7

55




Music




PG Degree

Hindi /English

30

7

56




Political Science




PG Degree

Hindi /English

30

9

57




Philosophy




PG Degree

Hindi /English

30

0

58




Sociology




PG Degree

Hindi /English

30

23

59




Chemical Science




PG Degree

Hindi /English

30

11




Ph.D.



















60




Hindi




PG Degree

Hindi







61




English




PG Degree

English







62




Sanskrit




PG Degree

Hindi /Sanskrit/English







63




Commerce




PG Degree

Hindi /English







64




Economics




PG Degree

Hindi /English







65




Geography




PG Degree

Hindi /English







66




History




PG Degree

Hindi /English







67




Library Science




PG Degree

Hindi /English







68




Music




PG Degree

Hindi /English







69




Political Science




PG Degree

Hindi /English







70




Philosophy




PG Degree

Hindi /English







71




Sociology




PG Degree

Hindi /English







72




Law




PG Degree

Hindi /English







73

Integrated Ph.D.



















74

Certificate






















Diploma



















75

P G Diploma

Public Administration




Graduation

Hindi /English

30




76

Any other (please specify)

B.A.LLB.




10+2

Hindi /English







12.Details of programmes offered by the institution (Give data for current academic year)*

* First Year Only



Total number of students=7024

13. Does the institution offer self-financed programmes?


Yes



No





If yes, how many?

27

14. Whether new programmes have been introduced during the last five years?


Yes




No



If yes

Number




15. List the departments: (Do not list facilities like Library, Physical Education as department unless these are teaching departments and offer programmes to students)

Particulars

Number

Number of Students

Science










Under Graduate

7

2136

Post Graduate

8

375

Research Centre (s) MPhil

1

11

Arts,










Under Graduate

12

1057

Post Graduate

13

475

Research Centre (s)

MPhil


PhD

11

11


97


Commerce










Under Graduate

2

2070

Post Graduate

1

473

Research Centre (s)

MPhil


PhD

1

1



38


Any other (please specify)










Under Graduate B.B.A.

1

209

BA LLB

1

83

Post Graduate







Research Centre (s)

PhD (Law)


1




16. Are there any UG and / or PG programmes offered by the College, which are not covered under Autonomous status of UGC? Give details.

NO

17. Number of Programmes offered under (Programme means a degree course like BA, MA, BSc, MSc, B.Com etc.)



a.

Annual system




b.

Semester system

57

c.

Trisemester system



18. Number of Programmes with



a.

Choice based credit system

NIL

b.

Inter / multidisciplinary approach

06

c.

Any other (specify)




19. Unit cost of Education

(Unit cost = total annual recurring expenditure (actual) divided by total number of students enrolled)



a.

including the salary component

35700

b.

excluding the salary component

18189

20. Does the College have a department of Teacher Education offering NCTE recognized degree programmes in Education?

Yes




No



If yes,

  1. How many years of standing does the department have? ……… years

  2. NCTE recognition details (if applicable) Notification Number: ……………………………………

Date: …………………………… (dd/mm/yyyy

  1. Is the department opting for assessment and accreditation separately?

Yes




No



21. Does the College have a teaching department of Physical Education offering NCTE recognized degree programmes in Physical Education? NO

If yes,


  1. How many years of standing does the department have? ……… years

  2. NCTE recognition details (if applicable) Notification Number: ……………………………………

Date: …………………………… (dd/mm/yyyy

  1. Is the department opting for assessment and accreditation separately?

Yes




No




22. Whether the College is offering professional programme?

Yes




No



If yes, please enclose approval / recognition details issued by the statutory body governing the programme.

23. Has the College been reviewed by any regulatory authority? If so, furnish a copy of the report and action taken there upon.

NO

24. Number of teaching and non-teaching positions in the College



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

12










62*




3*

12*


30




5




Recruited

1










30*

18

9

21





5




yet to Recruit

11










26*




6

9











Sanctioned by the Management/society or other authorized bodies































Recruited































yet to Recruit































* M-Male *F-Female

No categorization as such for male and female has been mentioned in the posts sanctioned by the Government.

12* No categorization for the sanctioned post of Professors (male and female as such) have been done by the Department of Higher education.

62* Posts have been sanctioned for Assistant Professors (24 Professors have been upgraded against the post of Assistant Professors by the Government). 25 assistant Professors are working in the College currently.

3* Non-teaching gudgeted posts (all three posts are vacant)

12* posts for administrative staff (03 posts are vacant)

30* posts are sanctioned for class IV (9 posts are vacant)

26* guest lectures are working against regular vacant post for Assistant Professors.



25. 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.






















Ph.D.

1










46




47

M.Phil.






















PG













2




2

Temporary Teachers Guest Lecturer

Ph.D.













26




26

M.Phil.






















PG






















Part-Time Teachers* SELF FINANCE

Ph.D.













19

15

34

M.Phil.













22

24

46

PG













15

7

22

Part-Time Teachers* JANBHAGIDARI

Ph.D.













11

08

19

M.Phil.













14

14

28

PG













04

04

08



26
26. Number of Visiting Faculty/ Guest Faculty engaged by the College.

27. Students enrolled in the College during the current academic year, with the following details:



Students

UG

PG

Integrated Masters

M.Phil.

Ph.D

Integrated Ph.D

D.Litt / D.Sc.

Certificate

Diploma

PG Diploma

M

F

M

F

M

F

M

F

M

F

M

F

M

F

M

F

M

F

M

F

From the state where the College is located

3790

1765

705

618







66

80





































From other states of India





























































NRI Students





























































Foreign students





























































Total

3790

1765

705

618







66

80




































28. Dropout rate in UG and PG (average for the last two years)



UG

1

PG

1

29. Number of working days during the last academic year

192

30. Number of teaching days during the last academic year

192

31. Is the College registered as a study centre for offering distance educationprogrammes for any University?

Yes




No



If yes, provide the

  1. Name of the University




  2. Is it recognized by the Distance Education Council?

    Yes




    No



  3. Indicate the number of programmes offered

No




32.Provide Teacher- student ratio for each of the programme / course offered (Aided Program)

UG LEVEL (Aided Program)

Arts,

Science

Commerce

Program

Ratio

Program

Ratio

Program

Ratio

Economics

38:1

Botany

133:1

B.Com.(Hon)

212:1

English

8:1

Chemistry

185:1







Geography

58:1

Mathematics

232:1







Hindi

9:1

Physics

216;1







History

19:1

Zoology

257:1







Mathematics

29:1













Music

3:1













Philosophy

12:1













Political Science

38:1













Sanskrit

7:1













Sociology

18:1













Urdu

4:1














PG LEVEL (Aided Program)

Arts,

Commerce

Program

Ratio

Program

Ratio

Economics

10:1

M.Com.(Hon)

69:1

English

9:1







Geography

13:1







Hindi

8:1







History

1:1







Music

4:1







Philosophy

1:1







Political Science

8:1







Sanskrit

6:1







Sociology

5:1







Library Sc.

4:1







Ratio under Self finance scheme

UG

PG

M.Phil.

Program

Ratio

Program

Ratio

Program

Ratio

B.B.A.

19:1

M.Sc. Bio-Chem.

6:1

Economics

19:1

B.C.A.

17:1

M.Sc. Chem.

7:1

English

5:1

B.Com. CA

59:1

M.Sc. Botany

6:1

Geography

8:1

B.Sc. BT

26:1

M.Sc. Micro-Bio

2:1

Hindi

9:1

B.A.LLB.

14:1

M.Sc. Zoology

9:1

History

4:1







M.Sc. Bio-Technology

3:1

Music

7:1







M.S.W.

29:1

Chemical Sc.

11:1







M.Sc. C.S.

5:1

Political Science

9:1







M.Sc. Mathematics

10:1

Sanskrit

6:1













Sociology

23:1













Library Sc.

7:1













Commerce

38:1

33. Is the College applying for?


Cycle 1




Cycle 2



Cycle 3




Cycle 4



Re-assessment:

NO

34. Date of accreditation* (applicable for Cycle 2, Cycle 3, Cycle 4 and re-assessment only)

Cycle 1: 29/01/2009 Accreditation outcome/results- CGPA 3.01 GRADE 'A'

Cycle 2: …………………… (dd/mm/yyyy) Accreditation outcome/results

Cycle 3: …………………… (dd/mm/yyyy) Accreditation outcome/results

* Kindly enclose copy of accreditation certificate(s) and peer team report(s)

Enclosed


(Cycle 1 refers to first accreditation; Cycle 2 and beyond refers to reaccreditation)

35. a. Date of establishment of Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) 07/08/2010

b. Dates of submission of Annual Quality Assurance Reports (AQARs).

(i) AQAR for year 2011-12 on 16/11/2010

(ii) AQAR for year 2012-13on 07/12/2015

(iii) AQAR for year 2013-14 on 07/12/2015

(iv) AQAR for year 2014-15 on 07/12/2015

36. Any other relevant data, the College would like to include (Not exceeding one page)-



NIL

Part II-

Criteria-wise Inputs


CRITERION I: CURRICULAR ASPECTS

  1. Curriculum Design and Development

Curriculum is the heart and soul of an academic activity. Curriculum should reflect the co-ordination between the relevant local need and the need of the current global scenario. The present age is the age of stiff competition. The focus of the institution is to ensure quality input to enable the students to stay in the competitive world.

  1. How are the institutional vision / mission reflected in the academic programmes of the College?

The "Vision & mission of the Institution" is-

  • To promote quality initiative, quality sustenance and quality enhancement.

  • To promote teaching learning research and academic ambience, community development as well as the holistic development of the students

  • Inculcating value system among the students.

  • Internalization and institutionalization of quality enhancement initiatives.

  • To stimulate the academic environment for promotion of quality of teaching–learning and research.

  • To promote quality research and scientific temper

  • To ensure self evaluation, accountability and innovation.

  • To collaborate with other institutions & industries.

  • To enhance the standard of laboratory and library

  • To strengthen students support system, community and extension activities

The vision and mission of the College is reflected in our efforts of quality assurance initiatives-

  • The institution intends to focus on skill and knowledge based education.

  • The College has opted honors courses at graduate level.

  • Computer learning and updated knowledge is essential ingredient of not only quality education but also of the competence building in accordance with the need of global society.

  • The College provides facilities for computer learning, entrepreneurship, and environmental studies to the students at graduate level who are at the formative stage of learning. The courses are of relevance to the current needs of the society.

  • These programs have been introduced in the curriculum as a foundation course at U.G. Level.

  • The syllabus thus reflects the institution's vision and mission for qualitative and skill based learning.

  1. Describe the mechanism used in the design and development of the curriculum? Give details on the process. (Need Assessment, Feedback, etc)

  • This College is a Government institution (an Autonomous and center for excellence). The curriculum is designed and developed by the Department of Higher Education.

  • The College is guided mostly by the integrated curriculum designed and developed by the Department of Higher Education. Govt. of M.P.,

  • Being an autonomous College the College has freedom to revise, review, amend the curriculum upto 10% keeping in view that the course designed by the Government affected.

  • The College has constituted 'Board of Studies' consisting of 02 External Experts, Faculty Members of the department, Members from Industry, and Members from Alumni associations.

  • The College convenes the meetings of the 'Board of Studies' to review and amend the syllabus as required in accordance with the needs of the current developments. The Board of Studies recommends to add the innovative aspects in curriculum.

  • The meeting of Academic Council is convened every year to approve the curriculum and changes recommended by the 'Board of Studies'.

  • The need assessment and feedback of the members present in the meeting is also acknowledged while designing the curriculum.

The mechanism used in design and development of curriculum





  1. How does the College involve industry, research bodies, and civil society in the curriculum design and development process? How did the College benefit through the involvement of the stakeholders?

  • The College ensures the involvement of industry, Research bodies and civil society by nominating them in the Board of Studies and Academic Councils.

  • Members of industry, research bodies consisting of the scholars of eminence and civil society are nominated as members of the 'Board of Studies' and 'Academic Councils' 'Governing body' and 'College Janbhagidari committee.

  • The Institution convenes the meetings of these bodies to discuss the plans and programs of the College before implementation.

  • All the innovative schemes proposed by the College to ensure quality in education is put forth the Governing body, Academic Council and College Janbhagidari committee to have their feedback and suggestions about the programs initiated by the College.

  • The College thus ensures the involvement of stake holders, Industry research bodies to admit and accept the relevant and valuable suggestions given by them.

'The involvement of the stakeholders helps to get the feedback on the programs, innovative practices and quality enhancement initiatives introduced by the College. it also assists for SWOC analysis of the institution.'

  1. How are the following aspects ensured through curriculum design and development?

∗Employability

∗ Innovation



∗Research

Employability

  • Employability is one of the most important aspects of education. The curriculum should be designed keeping in view the possibility of employment.

  • The College has introduced professional and job oriented courses under self finance schemes such as B.A.LLB., B.C.A., B.B.A., M.S.W., B.Com. (CA), Bio-Chemistry, Bio-technology, Bio-informatics, B.C.A., M.Sc. in computer Science, M.Sc. in Bio-chemistry & Bio-technology, functional Hindi and functional English & computer application.

  • The traditional courses are modified to ensure employability.

  • Computer application is incorporated in the M.Phil as a compulsory paper in the Ist semester

  • For the students opting traditional courses, Computer awareness, entrepreneurship & environmental studies have been introduced as a foundation course at graduate level.

  • The career and counseling cell of the College organizes career oriented seminars and workshops to motivate the students for the preparation of career options of their choice.

  • Career fair and campus selection activities are organized in the College to ensure the opportunities of employment to the students. A number of students have been benefitted with these programs.

  • Remedial courses for pre entry in service to SC/ST/OBC/Minority and economically backward section are conducted in the College to motivate the students for job opportunities.

  • Remedial courses for NET/SET have also been conducted in the College and a number of students have qualified for NET in the College.

Innovation–

  • The College is committed to introduce innovative practices to keep the students aware and update about the needs of the society &global market.

  • Several Innovative practices in 'Teaching-learning, evaluation, research and extension activities' have been introduced in the College to ensure quality learning and making teaching-learning more rewarding and interesting.

  • The innovative reforms have been introduced in the overall evaluation process that has been helpful to us in the timely declaration of results. Major practices introduced by the College are–

  • Comprehensive continuous evaluation,

  • Seminars at UG & PG Level at every weekend,

  • Integrated seminars at PG M.Phil Level,

  • Assignments for UG, PG, & M.Phil students,

  • Project work at UG VI & PG IV semester,

  • Dissertation and publication of two research paper mandatory for M.Phil scholars,

  • Quiz, group discussion, group talk, classroom teaching, surprise tests.

  • The 'Personality Development cell' of the College organizes workshops to inculcate in them the devotion to Indian culture, traditional & moral values in order to foster Nationalism.

  • The College endeavors to promote value education through organization of community development programs like voter's day celebrations, gender awareness programs organizing workshops on duties, obligations & responsibilities.

Research

  • The major focus of the institution has been on promotion of research activities in the College. The College ensures to promote quality research.

  • The College is a research centre in 13 disciplines. More than 45 out of 47 faculty members posted in the College at present are research guides with 259 research scholars enrolled under their supervision.

  • Dr. Kalpana Agarwal a Faculty Member of Department of English has successfully completed a Major Project entitled 'Teaching of English Language in the Tribal areas of Rewa Division.'

  • Twenty one minor research projects have been completed by the faculty members; whereas 05 minor research projects are ongoing in the College.

  • The College developed a well equipped research library for the research scholars and faculty members. Each department has a departmental library. Updated reference books are purchased as per needs of the research scholars.

  • The College has constituted Research co-ordination cell to monitor the research activities in the College.

  • The College Library subscribes Research Journals to facilitate the research culture.

  • Each department of the College subscribes research journals for the students and faculty members.

  • 07 Departments of the College organized Pre-Ph.D. course work.

  • The faculty members frequently participate in the National & International seminars as participants, Resource persons and present their research papers.

  • A few faculty members are engaged in publication of National and International journals in capacity of chief editor, Editor, Associate editor, Assistant editor and referees.

  • The College promotes the faculty members to undertake consultancy projects in collaboration with Industries.

  • IQAC helps the Departments to organize National/State/Institutional level seminars funded by UGC and other agencies in the College.

  1. How does College ensure that the curriculum developed address the needs of the society and have relevance to the regional / national developmental needs?

The College ensures that the curriculum developed should address the relevant needs of the society. Though the curriculum is developed and designed by the Department of Higher Education. Still the College uses its autonomy to revise and amend 10% of the existing curriculum.

  • The College introduces need based changes to suit the need of the students. ICT and skill based learning are introduced in the curriculum.

  • The value- added courses such as –Environmental studies, Entrepreneurship, Moral education, and computer learning are compulsory at UG level.

  • Keeping in view the local needs and interest of the student's courses like Bio-technology, Bio-chemistry, Bio-informatics, Micro- Biology, B.Com. (Computer application), Functional English, Functional Hindi, B.A.LLB. B.C.A.B.B.A. has been introduced in the curriculum.

  • The stakeholders and the external experts are consulted in curriculum development, who focus mainly on the relevant local needs as well as the needs of the national/regional development.

  • The College thus ensures that the curriculum developed should address the needs of the society and have relevance to the Regional /National developmental needs.

  1. To what extent does the College use the guidelines of the regulatory bodies for developing or restructuring the curricula? Has the College been instrumental in leading any curricular reform which has created a national impact?

  • The College uses the guidelines of the regulatory bodies for the developing or restructuring the curricula.

  • The curricula is developed and designed by the Department of Higher Education, Government of M.P. The College, being a Government institution complies with the curriculum developed and designed by the Government.

  • The College exercises its autonomy to review, revise and amend 10% of syllabus, as per feedback of the stakeholders in the meeting of 'Board of Studies in accordance with relevant needs of the society.

  • The curricula for the self financing schemes are designed in accordance with the University ordinance. The revision and amendment is done on the recommendation of 'Board of Studies' approved by 'Academic Council'.




  1. Academic Flexibility

  1. Give details on the following provisions with reference to academic flexibility

    1. Core / Elective options

  • The institution provides sufficient place for academic flexibility which is reflected in keeping options open for the students to choose the courses of their interest.

  • The counseling is done in the Zero classes for the students to motivate them to choose the options of their interest during the admission in the first semester.

  • Under the scheme of honours course at the UG level, students can opt one core subject and one subsidiary subject.

  • The students are free to opt the choice of their interest. The foundation course is compulsory for the students of all the faculties at UG level.

  • The College also provides inter-disciplinary choices open for all the students. The Science students can opt geography as subsidiary subject and Arts, students can opt mathematics as subsidiary subject.

  • The students can opt skill based elective courses at UG level. Options are kept open for the students of Science and humanities.

  • The College has introduced B.B.A., B.A.LLB., and B.Com. (CA), Micro-Biology, Bio-technology, B.C.A., which can directly associate the students to job opportunities.

    1. Enrichment courses

  • In-order to ensure employability and local needs the College has started B.A.LLB., B.B.A., M.S.W. and B.Com.(CA) to motivate them towards more and more job options.

  • The students select these options on priority basis. Functional English and functional Hindi are also available for the students to enhance the language efficiency and creative awareness.

  • Computer application is introduced as foundation course, which is compulsory for all the students at Graduation level

    1. Courses offered in modular form - NIL

    2. Credit transfer and accumulation facility -NIL

    3. Lateral and vertical mobility within and across programmes and courses-NIL

  1. Have any courses been developed specially targeting international students? If so, how successful have they been? If ‘no’, explain the impediments.

  • No specific focus to start a specific course for international students has been done in the College.

  • However there is scope for the international students to seek admission in the core courses, but no international students has applied for admission in this institute.

  1. Does the College offer dual degree and twinning programmes? If yes, give details.

The College does not offer dual degree or twinning programmes, though the College has started diploma courses at the PG level such as –

  • PG Diploma in public administration.

  • PG Diploma in journalism.

  1. Does the College offer self-financing programmes? If yes, list them and indicate if policies regarding admission, fee structure, teacher qualification and salary are at par with the aided programmes?

  • The College has introduced self financing programs in a number of subjects-

  • M.Phil. program has been introduced in 13 subjects such as- English, Economics, Geography, Hindi, History, Music, Political Science, Philosophy, Sociology, Library and information Science, Commerce, Sanskrit, Chemical Science.

  • M.S.W.

  • Bio-chemistry at PG level,

  • Bio-Technology UG & PG

  • Bio-informatics PG

  • B.Com. (CA)/B.B.A./B.C.A./B.A.LLB.

The policies regarding admission and teacher qualification is at par with the aided programmes. The fee structure for the different programs and salary of the faculty under self finance schemes is decided in the meeting of the finance committee.

Details of fee structure of self financing schemes is as under-

Sr.No

Self financing Schemes

Fee structure

General

SC

ST



M.Phil Programs in English, Economics, Hindi, History, Political Science, Philosophy, Sociology, Sanskrit, Music, Geography

22982

507

507



Library Science

25982

507

507



Commerce

22982

507

507



Chemical Science

22982

507

507



M.S.W.

31108

507

507



Bio-chemistry at PG level,

26132

507

507



Bio-Technology UG

27316

807

807



Bio-Informatics

26132

507

507



Micro- Biology

21132

507

507



Bio-Technology PG

31132

507

507



B.Com.(CA)

21310

810

810



B.B.A.

20798

810

810



B.C.A.

21310

810

810



B.A.LLB.

20038

810

810



M.Sc. Botany

21132

507

507



M.Sc. Chemistry

21132

507

507



M.Sc. Zoology

21132

507

507



M.Sc. Mathematics

21132

507

507



M.Sc. Computer Sc.

26132

507

507



PG Diploma in Public Administration

16608

507

507

  1. Has the College adopted the Choice Based Credit System (CBCS)? If yes, how many programmes are covered under the system?

The College has not introduced choice based credit system in any course.

  1. What percentage of programmes offered by the College follows:

∗ Annual system

∗ Semester system

∗ Trimester system

The academic programmes offered by the College are entirely based on semester system.



  1. What is the policy of the College to promote inter-disciplinary programmes? Name the programmes and what is the outcome?

  • College endeavors to promote inter-disciplinary programmes. The courses, such as functional Hindi and functional English have been introduced as an interdisciplinary program by the College.

  • In the faculty of Science the College has started Bio-chemistry, Bio-technology, Micro- Biology, Bio-Informatics as inter disciplinary courses.

  • The students are enthusiastic to seek admission in these courses as they feel the opportunities of career in it.

  • The students of Arts, have option to choose mathematics, similarly the students of Science can opt geography and economics as subsidiary subjects at U.G. level.

  1. Department of Political Science has introduced inter-disciplinary program Political sociology as an optional paper.

  2. Curriculum Enrichment

  1. How often is the curriculum of the College reviewed for making it socially relevant and/or job oriented / knowledge intensive and meeting the emerging needs of students and other stakeholders?

  • The College has mechanism to review the curriculum and the courses offered.

  • The College convenes the meeting of Board of Studies in the month of May and June at the commencement of every academic session.

  • The College convenes the meeting of the Board of Studies once in the month of May and June at the commencement of every academic session.

  • The effort is to make the existing curriculum socially relevant, job oriented knowledge intensive and in accordance with the emerging needs of students and stakeholders.

  • The Board of Studies reviews the syllabus and suggests the changes in the curriculum, initiated by the members of the Board. The changes as desired are approved in the Academic Council after discussion.

  • The motive is to review the curriculum as per the relevant need of the society and emerging need of the students.

  • The curriculum is reviewed and modified as per suggestions of the committee members.

  1. How many new programmes have been introduced at UG and PG level during the last four years? Mention details.

∗ Inter-disciplinary

∗ programmes in emerging areas

A few new programmes have been introduced at UG and PG level to promote inter disciplinary courses.

B.Sc. (BT)

B.Sc. Bio-chemistry

B.Com. (CA)



M.S.W.

No programmes in emerging areas have been introduced by the College.



The College has applied for some new courses such as Bachelor in Tourism, Bachelor of physical education, M.Phil in Mathematics, Master degree in Industrial Relations and Personal Management, M.Sc. in Physics, Master in Tourism Administration and M.Sc. Electronics in the current session.

  1. What are the strategies adopted for revision of the existing programmes? What percentage of courses underwent a major syllabus revision?

  • The College has mechanism to review the curriculum and the courses offered. The strategies adopted for revision and review of the existing program is applied at two level-

Board of Studies




Academic Council

  • Board of Studies consists of-

  • Two external subjects experts

  • The faculty members of the department concerned.

  • One alumni representative

  • One representative from Industry

  • The Board of Studies reviews revises and amends the syllabus as per feedback obtained and suggestions of the experts, faculty members and stake holders in the meeting convened.

  • The feedback of the stakeholder, the students and the faculty regarding curriculum design is ensured. They suggest the relevance of need based changes in the syllabus. The subject experts suggest the changes ongoing in the scope of the subject.

  • The member representatives from industry provide suggestions regarding the need of vocational and skill based changes in the curriculum.

  • No major revision is possible in the syllabus as the Government Colleges have to comply with the curriculum designed by the Department of Higher Education.

  • The College being an autonomous institution can revise and amend only 10% of the existing syllabus at the recommendations of the Board of Studies.

  • All the departments review and revise the syllabus in the meeting of Board of Studies on the suggestions obtained.

  • The curriculum designed and suggestions are approved by the Academic Council convened for the purpose soon after the meeting of Board of Studies.

  1. What are the value-added courses offered by the College and how does the College ensure that all students have access to them?

No value aided course apart from the curriculum is introduced in the College. The value aided programs are a part of the curriculum-

  • The Foundation course introduced at UG level imparts, -

  • Moral education with the students of Ist semester of all the faculties. All the students at UG level in Science, Commerce and Arts, are taught moral education as a paper in foundation course.

  • Computer application, Entrepreneurship, Environmental studies have been incorporated as value aided programs at UG level in foundation course compulsorily opted by all the students.

  • English language and Hindi language is a part of foundation course that adds value to the curriculum introduced. Department of Commerce and physics offers computer application in their programs. B.Com. CA, B.C.A., M.Sc. CS have been introduced to supplement the value-aided programs in the College.

  • The objective of the curriculum so designed is to groom the students to become morally sound, professionally competent inculcating in them a sense of social responsibility.

  1. Has the College introduced any higher order skill development programmes in consonance with the national requirements as outlined by the National Skills Development Corporation and other agencies?

  • The College promotes higher order skill development in the students through innovative initiatives in the curriculum, innovative techniques of evaluation at UG, PG M.Phil and research activities.

  • The College has introduced seminars, assignments, at UG, PG & M.Phil level. Project work is assigned to the students at UG & PG level to develop research orientation, higher skill in the students such as creative thinking, creative writing, communication skill, analytical skill and presentation skill. The computer awareness schemes help the students develop soft skill.

  • The career & counseling cell organizes programs on soft skill development, computer awareness, preparing CV, Preparing for interview, group discussion and leadership qualities enable the students for employability.

  • The career cell organizes career oriented workshops, seminars and training programs to prepare them for job opportunities in different sectors.

  • The Placement cell organizes campus activities to help the students develop skills to compete in the exams.

  • Personality development cell organizes training programmes on personality development enhancing employability skills in the students.

  1. Feedback System




  1. Does the College have a formal mechanism to obtain feedback from students regarding the curriculum and how is it made use of?

  • The College has a formal mechanism to get the feedback of the students on teaching learning and evaluation.

  • Periodic academic audit is conducted through CCE, Seminars being organized in the classrooms, and assignments assigned to the students. The devices introduced help the institute to track the student's progression and initiate reforms accordingly.

  • The feedback of the students is obtained on the students support services, facilities in existing premises, the library services, extra-curricular & co-curricular activities in the College.

  • Student's feedback is also collected on the facilities of sports available in the campus, faculty members and quality of teachers, relevance of curriculum introduced and teaching methodologies applied by the teachers in the College campus.

  • The feedback of the students is obtained once in a year in written format through questionnaires developed for the purpose.

  • The feedback obtained from the students is analyzed by the departments and reported to the Principal. The feedback is discussed in the College council and reforms are introduced on the basis of the feedback if required.




  1. Does the College elicit feedback on the curriculum from national and international faculty? If yes, specify a few methods adopted to do the same - (conducting webinar, workshop, online forum discussion etc.). Give details of the impact on such feedback.

  • The experts of the universities and Colleges from within the state and outside the state are nominated in the Board of Studies and Academic Council. Oral feedback of the experts visiting in the Board of Studies is collected about the curriculum and the facilities available in the College.

  • The College organizes the workshops in which the external experts are invited are invited. Their feedback is collected about the facilities available in the campus, level of student's participation in academic activities.

  • Invited Guest lecture of the experts are organized by the departments. The departments collect the feedback of the experts on the level of awareness of the students.

  • The UGC autonomous committee visits the College for inspection and gives its feedback on the schemes and innovations practiced in the College.

  • The feedback collected helps to introduce reforms required in the enrichment of the course.




  1. Specify the mechanism through which alumni, employers, industry experts and community give feedback on curriculum enrichment and the extent to which it is made use of.

  • The College has functional 'Governing body, 'Board of Studies' 'Academic Council' And 'IQAC' consisting of the members from Alumni, employers, industry experts, and community.

  • The College ensures their participation in the meetings of Board of Studies Academic Council and IQAC through letters issued in writing.

  • The College obtains their oral feedback on curriculum design and development, facilities in existing premises; student's supports services, Implementation of innovative schemes, Library services, examination reform and evaluation process.

  • Their expert and constructive advice help the departments and the institute to review the curriculum and to shape it according to existing needs of the society.

  1. What are the quality sustenance and quality enhancement measures undertaken by the institution in ensuring effective development of the curricula?

  • The Quality sustenance and quality enhancement measures are undertaken by the institution to ensure effective development of the curricula.

  • The institution has introduced several quality initiative measures to enrich the curriculum ensuring quality sustenance and quality enhancement.

  • Periodic assessment of the students is conducted through CCE, Regular seminars in the class rooms, integrated seminars in each semester for the PG & M.Phil students, and project works assigned to them.

  • The progress of the students is monitored regularly by the IQAC team.

  • The poor performers are tracked and initiatives are taken to improve their performance.

  • The effective measures introduced by the College are reflected in improved performance of the students, and also in the improved percentage of student's turnout in the class rooms.

  • The initiatives to introduce group discussion, quiz, group talk, class-room teaching, surprise test, role play have helped to quality enhancement and quality sustenance measures of the institution.

  • These initiatives are helpful in developing effective curricula.

Any additional information regarding Curricular Aspects, which the institution would like to include.

  • The College is a recognized research centre in 13 disciplines. M.Phil.courses has been introduced in 13 disciplines. The M.Phil. Course in chemical Science has been introduced in the College.

  • The College organizes remedial courses for SC/ST/OBC/ Minority section and economically disadvantaged communities for pre-entry in service and NET. The focus of the institution has been on quality education and quality research. The tries its level best to ensure to implement the quality initiatives in the College.

CRITERION II

TEACHING-LEARNING AND EVALUATION

  1. Student Enrolment and Profile

  • The College is committed to ensure quality in teaching learning evaluation. The assurance of transparency in admission of the students is key to promote quality assurance in the institution.

  • The entire process of admission is online and controlled by the Department of Higher Education. The students apply online forms for admission indicating their choice of the College.

  • The College conducts the counseling of the students, verifies their records and reports to the Department of Higher Education. The merit list is published by the Department of Higher Education. The admission of the students is given accordingly.

  • The student's enrolment in Self- finance courses is also conducted accordingly. For the self finance courses in M.Phil. The College conducts entrance exams and viva-voce. The merit list is published and the students seek admission. The application forms for admission in M.Phil program is invited on-line.

  1. How does the College ensure publicity and transparency in the admission process?

The College publishes its prospectus every year before the commencement of the session to facilitate the students to be informed about the courses and programs available in the College. Choice/Options available for the students are also published in the prospectus.

The prospectus contains the information regarding the-

  • Courses to be offered

  • The choices available in aided programs for honours degree and subsidiary at UG level,

  • Choices available in aided programs at PG level,

  • Programs introduced under self finance schemes,

  • Professional courses available,

  • The number of seats available in different Courses,

  • Information about the new courses introduced,

  • Process and eligibility criteria for admission,

  • Documents to be enclosed during examinations,

  • Reservation of seats for SC/ST/Disabled,

  • Reservations on Achievements in sports, cultural activities etc,

  • Provision of scholarship, free ship, library facility, lab facilities available,

  • Students support services available in the College,

  • Facilities available in the premises,

  • Information about extra-curricular and co- curricular activities,

  • Information about the management and administration of the College and the like,

  • Information regarding the committees constituted to facilitate the student support services,

  • Academic calendar,

  • Students counseling is organized before the students,

  • The admission is conducted on the basis of merit list published by the Department of Higher Education.

Full transparency is ensured in the admission of the students

  1. Explain in detail the process of admission put in place for UG, PG and Ph.D. programmes by the College. Explain the criteria for admission (Ex. (i) merit, (ii) merit with entrance test, (iii) merit, entrance test and interview, (iv) common test conducted by state agencies and national agencies (v) others followed by the College?

  • The procedure of admission for the new courses starts in the month of May-June every year.

  • The on-line applications are invited from the students.

  • The process or registration starts, and the students are expected to get registered in the Colleges they wish to seek admission.

  • The merit list is published by the Department of Higher Education.

  • The students scoring 55% onwards are given admission in UG and PG courses.

  • The Principal in consultation with senior faculty members constitutes different committees of admission. The College constitutes program wise admission committees.

  • The counseling of the students starts, just after the publication of the merit list by the Department of Higher Education. The students appear before the counseling committees.

  • The students becoming successful in the first counseling seek admission and deposit the fee on line. The admission of the students who deposit the fee is verified and reported to the Department of Higher Education.

  • Similar process is applied in IInd and IIIrd counseling.

  • The students who could not seek admission apply for College level counseling (CLC). The students applying for CLC round are given admission in case of seats being vacant in the respective programs they wish to seek admission.

Admission to M.Phil. Program–The College offers M.Phil in 13 disciplines.

  • Admission to M.Phil. Programme is conducted on the basis of entrance test.

  • The On-line applications for admission to M.Phil programs are invited.

  • The entrance test for the M.Phil. Students are conducted in the month of June every year.

  • Their merit is decided on the basis of the scores obtained in the entrance test and viva-voce.

  • Their grade and value is evaluated on the basis of their scores in the four papers and the viva voce conducted just after the entrance test.

  • The students having scored 55% of marks in the PG classes are eligible to apply for the M.Phil degree.


Ph.D. Programmes

  • This College is centre for research in 13 disciplines. The doctoral research guidelines and norms of the affiliating University are followed.

  • The University conduct pre-Ph.D. entrance test. The counseling of the successful candidate's starts, in due date. The students are advised to submit the names to their supervisors.

  • The pre-Ph.D. course work is organized for the successful students. After the completion of pre Ph.D. course the students have to qualify the examination conducted by the University.

  • The candidates declared successful are called before the RDC. After the approval of the topics selected by them by RDC, the proceeding of Ph.D. starts.

  • The minimum time required for the award the degree of Ph.D. is 24 months.

  • The students approved for Ph.D. seek admission in the research centre. Currently 169 research scholars in 2014-15are enrolled in the research centre under the recognized Ph.D. guides.

  1. Does the College have a mechanism to review its admission process and student profiles annually? If yes, what is the outcome of such an analysis and how has it contributed to the improvement of the process?

Yes,

  • The College has a mechanism to review its admission process every year.

  • Though the entire process of admission is controlled by the dept. of Higher Education, the College has devised its mechanism to increase the gross enrollment in the courses which are least preferred by the students.

  • The analysis & review of the causes of the least preferred courses are done in the meeting of the Board of Studies and Academic Council. The proper initiatives are taken to popularize the least preferred courses.

  • The students are motivated through zero classes and counseled to opt the subjects which are least preferred by them.

  • The College organized 'College Chalo Campaign' to increase the enrolment ratio in the College. In the event organized, the Principals of the higher-secondary schools were invited.

  • The objective of the campaign was to interact with them for motivation of the students to seek admission in the College.

  • The effort of the College has positive effect in increasing enrolment ratio in the College. The effort has resulted in increased demand ratio in the students.

  1. What are the strategies adopted to increase/improve access to students belonging to the following categories

∗ SC/ST

∗ OBC
∗ Women


∗ Different categories of persons with disabilities

∗ Economically weaker sections


∗ Outstanding achievers in sports and extracurricular activities

The College adopts strategies to increase/improve access of students belonging to SC/ST/OBC/Women/Differently disabled/economically weaker sections and outstanding achievers in sports and extra-curricular activities



  • The College is guided by the admission policy declared by the Government. The College strictly adheres to the reservation policy declared by the govt. for SC/ST/OBC/Women/ differently disabled/economically deprived sections and outstanding achievers in sports and other extra-curricular activities. Due weightage is given to these sections in the process of admission.

  • Remedial teaching is organized for SC/ST/OBC/ Women/ differently disabled and economically deprived sections

SC/ST

  • The seats are reserved for the students of SC/ST category as per the reservation policy of the Government. The privilege in admission is assured to the students of such category.

  • The scholarships, freeship and free books and stationary under book bank scheme is provided to increase/improve access of SC/ST students in the College.

  • Relaxation in age is assured as per norms.

OBC -

  • Students belonging to OBC category are also given privilege in admission as pert norms of admission rules of the Government.

  • Scholarship and other facilities available to them are also ensured to increase their access to College.

Women students –

  • The College has co-education. More than 30% students are girls. The College provides facilities like girl's common-room, toilets, and reservation in admission as per the govt. norms.

  • Free ship is granted to woman students.

  • Relaxation in age is assured as per norms.

  • Under the scheme of 'Gaon Ki Beti' 'Pratibha Kiran' 'Vikramaditya and Avagaman' scheme financial assistance is provided.

Different categories of persons with disabilities-

  • Different categories of persons with disabilities are facilitated in process of admission. Reservation policy is complied with in admission for the students of such category.

  • The College ensures 3% reservation to physically and visually challenged students.

  • Ramps and toilets are facilitated to physically handicap.

  • It is ensured that the classes of physically handicapped are arranged at the ground floor.

  • The visually challenges students are facilitated scribes in written examinations.

  • College ensures to provide scholarship to these sections provide by the govt.

Economically weaker sections-

  • Economically weaker sections are also provided financial assistance from 'Poor Boys fund'.

Outstanding achievers in sports and extracurricular activities-

  • Outstanding achievers in sports and extracurricular activities are given reservation in process of admission. Outstanding achievers in games and extra-curricular activities are given admissions on priority basis. The cutoff marks are also relaxed for them in order to get their admission in the programs of their choice.

  • Such scholars are honoured and given credentials/ certificates.

The % of reservation mandatory to these sections are given as under –

S.N.

Category

% of Reservation

1

SC

16%

2

ST

20%

3

OBC

14%

4

Women

30%

5

Differently disabled

03%

6.

Position holder in individual games at National level

12%

7.

Participating individual games in National level

10%

8.

I,II & III position holder in team games at divisional/state/inter University

06%

9.

position holder in team games at divisional/state/inter University

07%

10.

freedom fighters

3%




Weightage in qualifying marks for Phycally handicapped

10%

The College thus ensures to improve access to education and facilities requires for their easy access to education.

  1. Furnish the number of students admitted in the College in the last four academic years.

Categories

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

Male

Female

Male

Female

Male

Female

Male

Female

SC

544

90

656

116

767

156

673

145

ST

218

16

156

22

229

27

218

28

OBC

1159

406

1270

512

1262

589

1171

557

General

2129

1113

2021

1399

1938

1439

1837

1426




  1. Has the College conducted any analysis of demand ratio for the various programmes offered by the College? If so, indicate significant trends explaining the reasons for increase / decrease.

No, The College has not conducted any analysis of demand ratio. The seats in each programmes are fixed by the Govt. the students are given admission in accordance with the seats allotted to each courses.

  1. Was there an instance of the College discontinuing a programme during last four years? If yes, indicate the reasons.

No, the College has not discontinued any program during last four years.

2.2 Catering to Student Diversity



  1. Does the College organize orientation / induction programme for freshers? If yes, give details of the duration of programme, issues covered, experts involved and mechanism for using the feedback in subsequent years.

Yes,

The College organizes orientation/induction programmes for the fresher’s. The College has a mechanism to start zero classes for the fresher’s in the month of July. The program is conducted for 30 days. The experts of different disciplines are invited to deliver lectures. In the zero classes the students are motivated and informed about the courses they opt, the significance of courses. They are also given tips on improving the language (English & Hindi)

The students are made aware about the –


    • History and tradition of the institution.

    • The vision and mission of the institution.

    • The importance of value education

    • Autonomous status, curriculum design.

    • Students support services

    • Extension activities

    • Curricular and co-curricular activities

    • The library services

    • NCC/NSS/Red cross and community activities

    • Remedial courses organized

    • Career counseling programs

    • Personality development activities

    • Sports facility

  1. Does the College have a mechanism through which the “differential requirements of student population” are analyzed after admission and before the commencement of classes? If so, how are the key issues identified and addressed?

Yes,

  • The College has inbuilt mechanism to analyze the differential requirement of the students.

  • The College holds Zero classes for the new entrants. The experts from the faculty members motivate the students addressing to their differential needs of the fresher's-

  • The key issues are identified by tracking-

  • Their level of awareness about local or social issues,

  • Areas of their interest,

  • Conducting SWOC analysis of the students,

  • Analyzing the IQ and quality of leadership,

  • Level of motivation to community programs such as NCC/NSS/Redcross activities,

  • Communication skill English and Hindi, creative thinking and creative writing skills,

  • Oral feed back of the new entrants is collected by the faculty engaged in zero class.

  1. Does the College provide bridge /Remedial /add - on courses? If yes, how are they structured into the time table? Give details of the courses offered, department-wise/faculty-wise?

Yes,

The College organizes remedial classes for the students of SC/ST/OBC/ minorities/ economically deprived and weaker sections. The College organizes remedial courses for the students to enable them to prepare for pre-entry in services like, PSC, SSC, Banking and others.



  • The College also provides remedial teaching for NET/SET.

  • The classes are conducted after the class hours or in the Zero hours.

  • Extra classes for the poor performers are managed by the College.

  1. Has the College conducted a study on the incremental academic growth of different categories of students- student from disadvantaged sections of society, economically disadvantaged, physically challenged and slow learners etc.? If yes, give details on how the study has helped the College to improve the performance of these students.

The College has developed mechanism for the assessment of students for academic growth at the different categories

  • Comprehensive constant evaluation test-

Periodic assessment of the students is conducted through CCE tests in each semester for UG students. The performance of the students of different categories is evaluated in CCE. The Poor performers are tracked and motivated through individualized instruction and remedial measures. CCE helps unit wise preparation of the students. 04 CCE are conducted in each semester thus opportunities are open for improved performance of the students.

  • Seminar-Class room seminars are conducted on weekends in which selected number of students present papers on topics allotted to them. This is helpful in tracking the poor performers.

  • Assignments- Assignments are given to the students in each semester.

  • Projects are assigned to the students in VI semester at UG level & VI semester At PG level, which is helpful to the students in developing in them communication and social skill,

  • The College has introduced Group discussion, Role play, Surprise test, Quiz as devices to evaluate the performance of the students & their academic achievement.

  • For the PG and M.Phil. Student Integrated seminars are conducted and they are evaluated accordingly.

  • The techniques introduced have been helpful to improve the performance of the students.

  • The student's progress is analyzed in the departmental meetings and in the meetings of staff council.

  1. How does the institution identify and respond to the learning needs of advanced learners?

Advanced learners are identified on the basis of their involvement in-

  • Extra-curricular and Co-curricular activities,

  • Activism in departmental cultural events,

  • Creative thinking, creative writing, Gestures and posture,

  • Punctuality, codes of conduct and discipline,

  • Commitment to study and the like.

Advanced learners are-

  • Constantly motivated by the faculty and the College management,

  • Motivated to participate in extra-curricular activities like quiz, group discussion, cultural activities and seminars organized by the departments,

  • Motivated research activities, presentation of papers in conferences & publication of their research papers in recognized journals,

  • Motivated to undertake projects,

  • Motivated to participate in community activities through NSS, NCC, Red-cross, Red ribbon clubs and voter awareness programs and environment consciousness activities.

  • The faculty members of the department not only guide but also monitor their progress.

  • They are promoted for better presentation in the integrated seminars organized by the College in each semester.

  • The best performer in the integrated seminar is awarded with a token amount and a certificate of excellence.

  • The entire exercise is devised only to motivate them towards better learning and developing better communication skill.

2.2.6 How does the institution cater to the needs of differently-abled students and ensure adherence to Government policies in this regard?


  • A number of physically disabled and visually challenged students seek admission in the College,

  • The College and the department are always sensitive to their problems, & requirements. They are facilitated with books and other facilities for the better access to education,

  • The students are given benefits of reservations as per Government norms in the admission,

  • Ramps and toilets is facilitated for the physically disabled students,

  • The College provide for the permission of scribes in written examination for the visually handicapped students.

  • The allocation of classrooms on the ground floor to suit their access is ensured. The financial assistance like scholarships are provided to the differently disabled scholars as per norms of the Govt.

  • The College also provides scholarship under the scheme of poor–boys fund to such students, who do not get the scholarship as per norms of the Govt.

  • The students differently disabled are motivated by the department and faculty members. It is ensured that they may have access to all the opportunities available to normal students.

List of the differently disabled student

Year

Number of student admitted

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

Number of disabled students

06

09

08

07

07




  1. Teaching-Learning Process

  1. How does the College plan and organize the teaching, learning and evaluation schedules? (Academic calendar, teaching plan and evaluation blue print, etc.)

The special focus of the Institution has been on teaching-learning and evaluation process. Teaching -learning and evaluation process is the key to ensure Quality in an institution. The College plans teaching-learning and evaluation process with priority and caution. The strategies adopted are-

Academic Calendar –

  • The Department of Higher Education provides the academic calendar before the commencement of the session every year.

  • The calendar provided by the Government contains the details of the programs regarding admission, the academic activities, the sports activity, youth festival, semester examination, annual sports activity and Youth festival, duration of the academic session & commencement of the new session.

  • The College frames its own academic calendar to ensure the implementation of activities in time scheduled for each activity.

  • The College strictly ensures to follow the calendar and implements the programs in the due course as decided by the dept. of higher education.

  • The information regarding internal evaluation schedules for CCE, assignments, seminars, projects are decided well in advance and it is published in the College guidelines booklet issued to each student at the commencement of the new session.

  • The College strictly adheres to the schedules of each activity and ensures the timely conduction of it.

  • Semester exams in this College are conducted in time stipulated by the Dept of higher education.

  • The timely declaration of results and the commencement of new session is ensured by the College as per time frame decided by the state Govt.

Board of Studies –

The College has constituted the Board of Studies.



  • Meeting of Board of Studies is convened before the commencement of the new session. The meeting of Board of Studies in each department evaluates the academic program adopted.

  • The curriculum is reviewed, updated on the basis of feedback and suggestion obtained in the meeting. The meeting of Board of Studies is scheduled in the month of May & June.

  • The Board of Studies suggests innovation in teaching learning & the departments complies with the suggestions

Academic Council-

  • Meeting of Academic Council is held soon after the meeting of Board of Studies.

  • The plans and programs decided in the meeting of Board of Studies is approved by the Academic Council before implementation.

Academic Cell-

  • The Academic calendar of the College is prepared & declared by the Academic cell constituted for the purpose to implement internal evaluation programs. The academic calendar of the College describes the program of action and it includes-

Comprehensive Constant evaluation-

  • The schedule of Comprehensive Constant Evaluation (CCE) that is conducted every month. 04 CCE tests are conducted in a semester and the students are evaluated on the basis of the best of three test.

The Class Room Seminars-

  • The Class Room Seminars Conducted every weekend in UG. & PG. classes by the faculty teaching the class. The IQAC has constituted a committee to monitor the seminars being conducted in the class rooms. The committee reports the activities to the IQAC.

  • Topics for the Assignments are allotted to the students in each paper by the teachers concerned. The topics allotted are submitted to the Academic Council.

  • The topics for the seminars are allotted and the list is submitted to Academic cell.

  • The autonomous cell is endowed with the responsibilities to maintain the records.

Project work-

  • The project work is assigned to the students of B.A. VI & M.A. IV semester students.

  • The topics of the project work are allotted by the teachers concerned and list of the students with topics allotted is reported to the Academic Council.

  • The UGC cell is endowed with the responsibilities to maintain the records of student's projects.

The academic cell monitors the entire process of internal evaluation and decides-

  • Schedule to conduct quiz, group discussion, class room teaching, surprise test and project are the Modern devices introduced by the College to evaluate the performance of students at UG level. The programmes for internal evaluation has been decided by the College are as following –

    S. N.

    Class

    title of programs

    Days scheduled



    B.A. Ist semester

    Quiz

    IIIrd & IV Saturday



    B.A. IIIrd semester

    Role play

    Once in a month, IInd Saturday



    B.A. V semester

    Group-talk

    Once in a month, IIIrd Saturday



    B.A. IInd semester

    Group discussion

    Once in a month, IInd Saturday



    B.A. IV semester

    Surprize test

    Once in a month, IIIrd Saturday



    B.A. Ist semester

    Class room teaching

    Once in a month, IInd Saturday

  • The students are divided in the groups to conduct the programs.

  • The teaching plan for the theory classes is prepared by the teacher’s for every class. The entire syllabus is divided in units. Unit wise plan is prepared and every teacher is expected to complete the course in time.

Evaluation blue print (UG Level)

Marks distribution of External Examination (Semester exam)

Honours- I Paper 150

Honours- II Paper 150

Subsidiary 150

Foundation course 150

Total marks distributed in Semester/Main Exam- 600

Marks distribution of internal evaluation- 150 for each of the four papers

Total marks for internal evaluation (each paper 150 marks) 600 marks

Marks distribution of internal evaluation (Practical subjects) -150

Written exam foundation course – 50

Marks distribution of internal evaluation in computer -50

Evaluation blue print (PG Level)-

Internal evaluation- (seminar/assignment/project work)- 20 marks-Total 80 marks.

Semester/main exam- 80 marks (for each of four papers)- 320 marks

2.3.2-Does the College provide course outlines and course schedules prior to the commencement of the academic session? If yes, how is the effectiveness of the process ensured?

Yes,


  • The College provides course outlines and course schedules prior to the commencement of the academic session.

  • The faculty members prepare the course schedule in the meeting of Board of Studies.

  • Feedback of 'Board of Studies' is collected in the Board of Studies about the curriculum to be taught.

  • The teachers prepare the course outlines and scheduled of the teaching prior to the commencement of the class. They ensure the completion of the course in the time schedule.

  • Student’s feedback is collected at the end of the session regarding the curriculum and it is taken in to consideration while framing the syllabus.

2.3.3 - What are the courses, which predominantly follow the lecture method? Apart from classroom interactions, what are the other methods of learning experiences provided to students?

  • The College is a multi-faculty co-educational institute- Arts, Science and Commerce students are enrolled in the College. The traditional courses like history, Hindi literature, English, Political Science, sociology follows lecture method.

  • The most parts of teaching and learning is conducted through popular lecture method.

  • The innovative techniques for teaching learning are also adopted.

  • The students are assured of well equipped library with access to the internet facility.

  • The Science students are facilitated with equipped laboratories.

  • INFLIBNET helps to students in their access to e-resource.

  • E-journals and E-books are available for the consultation of the students, Researchers and faculty members.

  • Quiz, seminar, role play, group discussion and surprise tests are the additional techniques adopted by the departments in making teaching and learning process more interesting.

2.3.4- How is ‘learning’ made more student-centric? Give a list of participatory learning activities adopted by the faculty that contribute to holistic development and improved student learning, besides facilitating life-long learning and knowledge management.

The College has adopted mechanism and introduced several innovative practices to shift from teacher centric education to student-centric education. The College ensures to promote participatory learning in which the students are active participants.



  • The students actively participate in seminars, which is scheduled be held on the weekends.

  • Assignments are allotted to the students in each semester at the UG and PG level.

  • Project is assigned to all the students of B.A. VI semester and M.A. IV semester.

  • Students are motivated for class-room teaching. The advanced learners are motivated to teach the class. This device is introduced for the B.A. VI Sem. Students.

  • Quiz and group discussion has been introduced for the students of B.A. II Sem. Role play is another device, which has been introduced for B.A. III Sem. Scholars.

  • The devices are included in the assignment of students in comprehensive constant evaluation. Study tours, industry visits are compulsory for B.C.A. and B.B.A. students.

  • The inter-collegiate and inter University academic participation is ensured through the youth festivals.

The faculty members thus contribute to holistic development and improved student learning.

2.3.5. What is the College policy on inviting experts/people of eminence to provide lectures/ seminars for students?



  • The College management allocates funds to the different departments for conducting seminars and inviting external experts to deliver lectures to the students.

  • The departments are at liberty to invite inter-departmental experts to deliver lectures to the students.

  • All the departments organize such events. The eminent scholars of academic reputation are invited to deliver the lectures.

  • The pre Ph.D. course is organized in the College in which the experts from different universities are also invited.

  • At the PG level and at the M.Phil. Level special seminar is organized in each semester.

2.3.6 What are the latest technologies and facilities used by the faculty for effective teaching? Ex: Virtual laboratories, e-learning, open educational resources, mobile education, etc.

The College has adopted latest technologies to ensure effective teaching-learning situation.



  • The College has developed 18 master class-rooms with the facilities to ensure ICT based learning.

  • The departments are made equipped with computers, LCD & power point presentation devices. The departments apply the power point technique in teaching.

  • The College has developed a language lab in English department, which is well equipped with 20 computers with internet access. The students are taught to improve their skill of communication and language.

  • The College has developed 09 computer labs with more than 200 computers for access to the students.

  • The central library of the College is equipped with E-contents & E-resources for learning through INFLIBNET and 'N-list' program. Access of students and researchers is ensured

  • The College has developed a well equipped E- library with adequate facilities of research.

  1. Is there a provision for the services of counselors / mentors/ advisors for each class or group of students for academic, personal and psycho-socio guidance? If yes, give details of the process and the number of students who have benefitted.

'Yes'

  • The College has a provision for the services of counselors, Mentors, and advisors for the academic, personal and psycho-socio guidance.

  • The Personality development cell and career counseling cells invite the experts to deliver knowledge intensive, career oriented lectures to the students.

  • Under the scheme of 'Pratibha bank' the expert counselors are invited to motivate the students to inculcate in them social values, inter-personal skill and devotion to community service and spirit of Nationalism.

  • The personality development cell organizes programmes to strength the students mentally and psychologically.

  • The faculty members are the mentors and motivators for the students.

  • The experts on psycho-socio guidance are invited to share their knowledge and experience with the students. The College attempts to ensure a healthy academic ambience in the premises.

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Events organized

Experts

dates of the events organized

Students benefitted



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  1. Are there any innovative teaching approaches/methods/ practices adopted/put to use by the faculty during the last four years? If yes, did they improve the learning? What methods were used to evaluate the impact of such practices? What are the efforts made by the institution in giving the faculty due recognition for innovation in teaching?

The College promotes innovative teaching approaches adopted and have been put to use by the faculty members during last 04 years.

  • The faculty members adopt different innovative methods to make the class-rooms more interactive and interesting.

  • The power point presentations are also applied by the faculty members in the class-rooms interactive and rewarding.

  • Educational tours have been arranged by the departments of history, Geography and physics for the students.

  • The smart class-rooms are used for the UG PG & M.Phil. Students by the faculty members at their convenience.

  • The faculty members promote participatory learning.

  • Field trips and industrial visits are promoted for a real life experience.

  1. How does the College create a culture of instilling and nurturing creativity and scientific temper among the learners?

The College provides the opportunities to instill and nurture creative and scientific temper among learners-

  • Creative assignments, projects, field trips, industrial visits and environment awareness programmes are conducted to nurture creative thinking and scientific temper is promoted.

  • The students are motivated for community service, through their participation in the activities organized by red-cross society & NSS.

  • The College has organized workshops and camps.

  • The voter’s awareness programmes are organized every year in the month of December. Debates, Essay writing, Group discussion competitions are organized in the College at Inter-collegiate, District & Division level. The students selected in the College in the events have participated at the state level voter awareness programmes and won the prizes for 1st & 2nd position.

  • The rallies are also held to make the people aware of Aids and other social evils.

  • The students are motivated to environment protection and environment awareness.

  • The College students participate in youth festivals at inter-collegiate inter-state and inter University National level in quiz, group discussion, solo dance, group dance, music, singing, playing instruments, debates, skill and are motivated thus to creative and analytical thinking as well as understanding the core values of life.

2.3.10- Does the College consider student projects a mandatory part of the learning programme? If so, for how many programmes is it made mandatory?

  • Number of projects executed within the College

  • Names of external institutions associated with the College for student project work

  • Role of the faculty in facilitating such projects

Yes,

  • Student's projects are mandatory for B.A., B.Sc., B.Com. VI Sem. B.B.A., B.C.A., M.S.W. and M.A./M.Sc./M.Com. IV Semester students.

Number of projects executed within the College

Program-UG VI Semester

Number of projects executed within the College

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

BSc(Hon) Botany

23

27

26

20

BSc(Hon) Chemistry

26

34

28

36

BSc(Hon) Mathematics

45

101

62

97

BSc(Hon) Zoology

42

52

52

23

BSc(Hon) Physics

12

23

32

39

BA(Hon) Economics

29

40

25

24

BA(Hon) English

6

09

4

05

BA(Hon) Geography

47

70

69

54

BA(Hon) Hindi

3

13

8

06

BA(Hon)Mathematics







1

1

BA(Hon) History

22

23

15

10

BA(Hon) Music

4

07

03

03

BA(Hon) Philosophy

1

03

12

13

BA(Hon) Political Sc.

29

51

43

28

BA(Hon) Sanskrit







1

01

BA(Hon) Urdu

2

2

3

03

BA(Hon) Sociology

28

31

20

11

B.B.A.

253

235

169

133

B.A.LLB.




23

31




B.C.A.

159

119

137

89

BCOM (CA)




177

225

234

BCOM (Hon)

618

587

480

364

BSc (Bio Technology)

58

72

69

46




Program-PG IV Semester

Number of projects executed within the College

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

MCOM

63

137

170

225

M.S.W.

103

96

89

74

MSc (Bio Informatics)

12

07

01

0

MSc(Computer Science)

18

44

52

44

MSc (Micro Biology)

16

08

01

16

MSc (Biotechnology)

34

30

31

20

MSc (Chemistry)




25

42

41

MSc (Botany)




02

14

15

MSc (Mathematics)




07

36

34

MSc (Biochemistry)




23

20

12

MSc (Zoology)




09

22

21

MA(Hindi)

5

08

15

5

MA(English)

9

12

14

9

MA(Sanskrit)

5

06

02

5

MA(Economics)

9

10

19

9

MA(History)

2

03

13

2

MA(Geography)

11

15

22

11

MA(Sociology)

10

08

12

10

MA(Philosophy)

1

01




1

MA(Music)

3

03

02

3

MA(Political Science)

8

11

16

8

  • The students are involved In-house projects involving inter departmental collaboration at U.G. level and PG level.

  • The students visit the other institutions to collect data regarding the project works.

Names of external institutions associated with the College for student project work

S.No.

Subjects

External institution to which the students visit for data collection

1.

History

Museum, Social welfare office, department of archeology

2.

Hindi

Radio, Department of information, Public relation

3.

Economics

Nationalized banks, Life insurance corporation, rural and urban development office, Zila Panchayats, District industrial office, District Employment Office.

4.

English

Dept. of information, Public relation

5.

Political Science

Department of information, Public relation, District counseling cells for women, Zila Panchayat and rural development office.

6

Geography

Soil conservation office.

7

Commerce

Banking institutions, insurance offices, chartered

accountants and other institution office of rural

development, DPIP and industries,


8

B.B.A.

Prism Cement, Jaypee Cement, Banking and financial institutions, DPIP, District industry centre,

Employment office.



9

B.C.A.

BPO, Call Centers, Computer Centre, IT Companies, Stock exchange

10

M.S.W.

Social Welfare Office, NGO, Department of Industry, Office of Rural Development, Department of Women & Child Welfare

11

Science

Floriculture, Call centre, Internet cafe, Computer centers, Industries, Research Institutes.

Role of faculty in facilitating such projects –

  • Faculty members motivate the students to undertake the projects and write to the institutions associated to assist them in data collection required for the project.

  • The faculty members guide and motivate the students for undertaking the in-house projects.

2.3.11-What efforts are made to facilitate the faculty in learning / handling computer-aided teaching/ learning materials? What are the facilities available in the College for such efforts?

The College organizes computer training programs to make the faculty members' computer friendly. Basic training of computer application is given to the students.



  • Faculty members participate in–service training courses the academy of administration, Bhopal to participate in computer training programmes. A number of faculty members have been benefitted by the computer training courses organized by the academy of administration.

  • The College facilitates the training of teachers in computer aided programmes.

  • The faculty members are assured of their accessibility to computer, internet and computer aided programmes at the College level.

  • Every department has been equipped with computer and internet facility.

  • The teachers prepare power point presentation to teach the students.

  • The College facilitates master class rooms and ICT enabled class rooms to enable them to use IT based teaching in the class.

      1. Does the College have a mechanism for evaluation of teachers by the students / alumni? If yes, how is the evaluation used in achieving qualitative improvement in the teaching-learning process?

  • The teachers are highly exposed & subject to scrutiny of the students, community and the stakeholders. It is thus responsibility of the teachers to present themselves as role models for the students.

  • The constant evaluation of the teachers done by the alumni and the students. The evaluation is based on their performance in the class rooms, and their involvement in academic activities.

  • The College gets the feedback of the students once in a session on teaching learning process, teacher's quality, their involvement in the academic activities, their efficient handling of the course, teaching programs and content of the curriculum.

  • Feedback is analyzed by the head of departments and the departments use the feedback obtained to analyze the feedback and areas of improvement.

  • The departments introduce the reforms on the basis of feedback of the students if required.

  • The initiatives are taken by the College administration to introduce in teaching learning process as per the feedback obtained.

2.3.13-Does the institution face any challenges in completing the curriculum within the planned time frame and calendar? If yes elaborate on the challenges encountered and the institutional approaches to overcome these.

  • The College administration ensures the completion of the curriculum within the time limit as decided in the academic calendar of the College.

  • The College prepares the calendar and specifics the time limit for the comprehensive constant evaluation tests to be conducted every month. The teachers try their level best to complete the unit-wise curriculum before before the commencement of each CCE.

  • The faculty members maintain their teaching diary and prepare the teaching plan before the commencement of the class.

  • The Challenges encountered are-

  • Leaves availed by the faculty members and unexpected closure of the College,

  • The involvement of the teachers in administrative and academic initiatives of the College,

  • Involvement of the teachers in attending outstation seminars, workshops, conferences or training programs, refresher or orientation courses.

  • The Heads of the departments substitute the teachers to engage the periods vacant. The extra classes are arranged for the students if the curriculum is not completed in time.

  • The College manages extra periods, if the curriculum is not completed due to unexpected closure or vacations in the College.

2.3.14-How are library resources used to augment the teaching-learning process?

  • The College has a well equipped central library with more than 1 lakh texts, references books, and journals.

  • The College has developed a research library for the faculty members & research scholars with plenty of research materials. The faculty members visit the library to collect the teaching-learning resources.

  • Every department of the College, departmental library equipped with the books of current editions. The students and the faculty members use the departmental library as a teaching learning resource.

  • The books are issued to PG students and M.Phil scholars from the departmental library.

  • The funds are allocated to every department to purchase new books, journals and to facilitate them to update the learning resources.

  • The College has developed E-Library with sufficient E-resources and E-journals.

  • The learning resources are ensured in the library to cater the needs of the students and the faculty members.

  • The books are issued to the students as well as to the teachers as required.

  • The learning resources are made available by the INFLIBNET that the teachers and students are free to access.

  • The students are ensured easy access to the internet and E-resources available in the library.

  • The library functions from 8:00 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. in the working days.

  • The central library ensures reprographic facilities to the students.

  • The library is equipped with computers and internet to facilitate it’s application by the students and faculty members.

  • Students are facilitated with books and contents of curriculum.

  • SC/ST students are facilitated with free boos and stationary.

  • The Library has a reading room facility with seating capacity of 100 students. News papers and magazines are made available for the visitor in the library.

2.3.15-How does the institution continuously monitor, evaluate and report on the quality of teaching, teaching methods used, classroom environments and the effect on student performance.

  • The IQAC monitors the initiatives of quality learning, teaching methods, the class-room environment.

  • The IQAC has constituted a committee to evaluate the teaching and learning activities in the College. The committee members visit to observe the class-rooms and the presence of the teachers in their respective class.

  • IQAC monitors the seminars being conducted in the class rooms.

  • The Principal of the College and the heads of the departments.

  1. Teacher Quality

An efficient teacher is a pivot, round which the entire teaching-learning system revolves. Despite of the development of ICT and other learning resources, the importance of a quality teacher can never be diminished. Any kind of learning devoid of human contact is disastrous. Efficient teachers can prepare better academic ambience in the College.

  1. What is the faculty strength of the College? How many positions are filled against the

sanctioned strength? How many of them are from outside the state?

The faculty strength of the College- Aided programs



Sr. number

Posts sanctioned

Positions filled

Faculties from within the state

Faculties from outside the state

1.

75

49

44

5

The faculty strength –Guest faculty- 26

The faculty strength – Self financing schemes- 102



The faculty strength –Janbhagidari schemes- 45

  1. How are the members of the faculty selected?

Aided Programs-

  • The institution is a Government College having the status of autonomous and center for excellence conferred by the Government.

  • The faculty members for aided programs are selected by the Government in accordance with recruitment policy framed for the purpose by the Government from time to time. Government has adopted different modes of selection till now. The different modes of selection of the faculty members adopted by the Government are as under-

  • By the State Public service commission

  • Ad- hoc turned regular appointments

  • Emergency/Supernumerary

  • A few faculty members have been selected on the basis of written exams and interview conducted by the State Public Service commission.

  • A few posts have been filled on Ad-hoc- turned regular basis.

  • A few appointments have been done on emergency/supernumerary basis who were regularized by the Government in due course of time. Currently, the recruitment policy of 1990 is in application for the appointment of the faculty members.

  • The College has no role in the appointment for the positions of aided programs.

Selection for the vacant posts- The posts falling vacant due to retirement, transfer of the faculty members or the establishment of new Institutions are substituted by -

  • The Guest–faculty teachers who are selected as per norms decided by the Government.

  • The eligibility criterion for inviting the guest faculty against the vacant, sanctioned posts is similar to the criteria mentioned by UGC for the selection of assistant Professors.

Selection for the self finance programmes-

  • Several programmes under self finance scheme have been introduced by the College.

  • The teachers for the self finance courses are appointed by the College management as per requirement of the work load on the basis of the academic merit of the applicant invited for the posts.

  • The College ensures the eligibility criterion of UGC to be observed in the selection of the teachers to teach the self finance courses.

  • The advertisement for the required posts is published in the National level News Papers and the applications are invited for the purpose.

  • The application forms are scrutinized and the merit list of eligible candidates is prepared.

  • The applicants qualifying the merit are invited for teaching the programs under self financing schemes.




  1. Furnish details of the faculty

Highest Qualification

Professor

Associate Professor

Assistant Professor

Total




Male

Female

Male

Female

Male

Female




Permanent Teachers

D.Sc. / D. Litt.






















Ph.D.

1










30*

18*

49

M.Phil.






















PG













2




2

Temporary Teachers Guest Faculty

Ph.D.













20

4

24

M.Phil.













1

1

02

PG






















Part-Time Teachers* SELF FINANCE

Ph.D.













19

15

34

M.Phil.













22

24

46

PG













15

7

22

























Part-Time Teachers* JANBHAGIDARI

Ph.D.













11

08

19

M.Phil.













14

14

28

PG













04

04

08

30*-13 faculty members (male) have been upgraded as Professors against the post of Assistant Professors

18*-13 faculty members (female) have been upgraded as Professors against the post of Assistant Professors

2.4.4 What percentage of the teachers have completed UGC-CSIR-NET, UGC-NET, and SLET exams? What percentage of teachers is with PG as highest qualification?


Sr.Number

Category

Number/% of Professors

Remark

1.

UGC-CSIR/NET

-

All the faculty except one are Ph.D.

2.

UGC-NET

03/ .061%

3.

PG as the highest degree

01/ .02%
2.4.5 Does the College encourage diversity in its faculty recruitment? Provide the following departments-wise details.

Department

(Aided)


% of faculty who are the product of the same College

% of faculty from other College within the state

% of faculty from other states

% of Faculty from abroad

Economics

2

1







English

1




4




Geography

2

1







Hindi

1

3

2




History

4




1




Music

1

2







Pol. Science

5




1




Philosophy




1







Sociology

4

1







Sanskrit

1

1







Lib. Science







1




Urdu













Commerce

3










Botany







1




Chemistry

1

1







Zoology




1







Mathemathics




1







Physics




1







2.4.5 Does the College have the required number of qualified and competent teachers to handle all the courses for all departments? If not, how do you cope with the requirements? How many faculty members were appointed during the last four years?

"Yes"


  • The College has qualified and competent teaching staff to handle all the courses in all the departments.

  • The Government has sanctioned 75 regular posts for teaching faculty in the College. Out of the 75 regular posts sanctioned for the teaching staff, 49 posts are filled at present.

  • 26 posts of faculty members in aided programs have fallen vacant due to retirement and transfers of faculty members. The vacant posts have been substituted with the guest faculty as per Government policy who are invited against the vacant posts at the commencement of every academic session.

  • The invitation to guest faculty is conducted by the Department of Higher Education, Government of M.P.

  • The applications are invited from the candidates who fulfill the eligibility criteria as per norms of UGC for being selected for the post of assistant Professors.

  • The Guest faculty teachers are invited on the basis of overall merit decided by the Dept. of higher education.

Self finance Scheme-

  • The College has introduced several self- finance courses.

  • The faculty members for self finance programs are appointed on the basis of their academic merit by the College administration according to the workload of teaching.

  • The posts are advertised as per requirement of the work load in the departments concerned. The faculty members appointed are efficient and qualified enough to handle the programs concerned.

  • Currently 147 teachers qualified as per norms of UGC, competent enough to handle the courses being run under self finance scheme has been appointed.

  • The teachers appointed under self finance schemes are paid by the financial resources generated through the tuition fee of the students.

  • The self finances programmes have been started after due approval of the affiliating University in accordance with the University ordinance.

  • A few teaching faculty are appointed under Janbhagidari scheme as per requirement of the increased workload in different departments on demand.

  • The teachers under Janbhagidari and Self finance programmes fulfill the minimum eligibility criteria for the appointment as a teacher in higher education.

  • These need-based appointments are made on merit basis after advertisement in the reputed News papers.

2.4.7 How many visiting Professors are on the rolls of the College?

  • There are no visiting on the rolls of the College. However the External faculty members are invited by the departments to deliver special lectures.

2.4.8 What policies/systems are in place to recharge teachers? (eg: providing research grants, study leave, nomination to national/ international conferences/Seminars, in-service training, organizing national/international conferences etc.

  • The focus of the College has been to promote quality education & research activity.

  • Several initiatives are in practice to recharge the teachers in the College.

  • The College intends to promote the faculty and also facilitate them to attend the faculty recharge schemes organized by different Agencies/institutions intended to quality advancement.

  • The teachers are at liberty to apply for the projects, to attend the National/International Seminars/conferences & In-service training Programs.

  • The College intends to facilitate all the faculty members the study leave as per rules of the State Government and other required facilities needed to their academic advancement.

  • Most of the faculty member avail the opportunities of academic excellence to their convenience.

Research Grants-

  • The faculty members are motivated to apply for the Major/ Minor research Projects to UGC/ ISSR/ ICSSR and other agencies authorized to provide financial support to research activities.

  • Most of the teachers have successfully completed and have submitted final reports of Major/minor Projects sanctioned to them by UGC during last 04 years.

  • International level workshops National level/State level seminars and workshops are frequently organized by the College to recharge the faculty members and to promote research culture in the College.

  • Faculty members of the College are research guides. They are also involved in publication of research journals at National/International level.

  • The College publishes two national level journals to motivate the faculty members publish their research papers.

  • The faculty members who have been sanctioned MRP's are at liberty to avail study leave as per needs of data collection at their convenience.

  • A few projects of the faculty members are ongoing.

Orientation/Refresher Courses

  • Most of the faculty members (Professor /Assistant Professor) have already attended Orientation and Refresher programs conducted by the academic staff College or the different Universities. 04 faculty members participated in orientation and refresher programs during last four years.

Seminar/ Conferences (Participation by the faculty members)

  • The faculty members frequently attend National/International seminars/conferences and present their research papers.

  • Most of the faculty members have been invited as subject experts and resource persons in the academic activities like seminars/symposia/conferences, workshops and present their paper in National/ International, seminar and conferences.

  • TheFaculty members of this College frequently attended National/International and State level Seminars during last four years needs mention.

Organization of seminars

  • The College intends to promote academic ambience & research activities to recharge the faculty members. For the purpose seminars, conferences and workshops are frequently organized in the College to recharge the faculty members and promote the research activities in the College.

In-service training

  • A number of Faulty members have frequently participated In-services training courses conducted by the RCVP Naronha Academy of administration, Bhopal (M.P.). The particulars of the faculty members having attended the in-service training courses are as under-

Department

Name of in-service training course

Number of faculty attending the course

Year

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2015-15

Economics

Effective implementation of RTI Act 2015




02







Hindi

Effective implementation of RTI Act 2015




01

01




Pol. Science


Teaching Skill




01

04




Training Need Analysis







01







Official and office management







01




Commerce

Teachers training program




01

01

01

Chemistry

Teachers training program




01

01




2.4.9 Give the number of faculty who received awards / recognitions for excellence in teaching at the state, national and international level during the last four years.

A few facility members have received National level awards for the excellence in academics. Details are as under –



Name of the Faculty members

Awards received

Amount

Dr Rameshwar Pandey

Akhil Bhaitya Makhan lal Chaturvedi Sahitya Academy 2015

51000.00

Dr Mahesh Shukla

Bharat Siksha Ratan Award 2013

11000.00

Dr. Qamar Ijhar

Dr. Abdul Kalam National gold Medal Award for excellence in social sc. Rearch 2015

Credential

Dr.Akhilesh Shukla

Pt. Govinda Vallabh Pant Award 2011

31000.00

Dr. Amit Shukla

Best Presearch paper award in2011 and 2012 by Research link, Indore

Credential/Certificate

Sahitya Shalaka Award for creative writing in Hindi in 2011

Credential/Certificate

Honourarium degree of Sahitya saurabh sahitya shree in 2012 &2011

Credential/Certificate

2.4.10 Provide the number of faculty who have undergone staff development programmes during the last four years. (Add any other programme if necessary)

  • Almost all the faculty members have attended Orientation/ Refresher courses from the different universities and Academic staff Colleges.

  • A number of faculty members have done In- service training courses also conducted by the RCVP Naronha Academy of administration Bhopal (M.P.).

  • The details of faculty members who have attended orientation/Refresher courses and have done In-service courses during last 05 years are as under-

Academic Staff Development Programmes

Number of faculty

Refresher courses

02

HRD programmes




Orientation programmes

02

Staff training conducted by the College

07

Staff training conducted by University/ other Colleges

04

Summer / winter schools, workshops, etc.

Nil

Any other

NIL

2.4.11 what percentage of the faculty has-

  • been invited as resource persons in Workshops / Seminars /Conferences organized by external professional agencies

  • participated in external Workshops / Seminars / Conferences recognized by national/ international professional bodies

  • presented papers in Workshops / Seminars / Conferences conducted or recognized by professional agencies

  • teaching experience in other universities / national institutions and others

  • industrial engagement

  • international experience in teaching

  • The faculty members of this College are invited as subject experts and resource persons in National/National level seminars/Workshops organized by UGC and other sponsoring agencies. Details are as under-

  • Percentage of faculty member invited as resource personsin seminars/workshops etc-


  • 2011-12

    2012-13

    2013-14

    2014-15

    I*

    N*

    S*

    I*

    N*

    S*

    I*

    N*

    S*

    I*

    N*

    S*

    -

    06

    01

    -

    09

    04

    -

    09

    03

    01

    09

    03
    Participated in external Workshops / Seminars / Conferences recognized by national/international professional bodies

The faculty members of this College participate in National level seminars/Workshops organized by UGC and other sponsoring agencies.Details are as under-


  • 2011-12

    2012-13

    2013-14




    I*

    N*

    S*

    I*

    N*

    S*

    I*

    N*

    S*

    I*

    N*

    S*

    07

    97

    15

    07

    188

    37

    01

    391

    46

    02

    189

    32
    Presented papers in Workshops / Seminars / Conferences conducted or recognized by professional agencies


I*-International

N*-National

S*-State
The faculty members of the College present papers in National level seminars, Workshops organized by UGC and other sponsoring agencies. Details are as under-


2011-12

2012-13

2013-14




I*

N*

S*

I*

N*

S*

I*

N*

S*

I*

N*

S*

01

93

15

06

89

36

01

95

21

02

92

32



  • Teaching experience in other universities / national institutions and others- Nil

  • Industrial engagement –Dr. Mahesh shukla has undertaken a research consultancy projects in collaboration with J.P.Cement

  • International experience in teaching- Nil

2.4.12 How often does the College organize academic development programmes for its faculty, leading to enrichment of teaching-learning process?

  • Curricular Development

  • Teaching-learning methods

  • Examination reforms

  • Content / knowledge management

  • Any other (please specify)

  • The College promotes the organization of academic development programmes for faculty leading to enrichment of teaching-learning process.

  • The College is committed to quality enhancement, quality assurance & Quality sustenance.

  • For the purpose, several quality Initiative programmes have been adopted & practiced by the College -

Curricular Development–

  • Curriculum is the key to all sort of quality management in the institute.

  • Updated curriculum taking in consideration the global needs & local necessities are required for the quality.

  • Being an Autonomous College, The College is responsible for up-dation, revision, and development of the curriculum according to changing requirements of the global society & local needs.

  • The College convenes the meeting of Board of Studies constituted for the purpose of updation, revision, and development of the curriculum. In- order to ensure the feedback of the community, stakeholders & students, about the curriculum; due representation is given to them in the Board of Studies.

  • The Board of Studies is vested with the powers of addition, amendment, revision & deletion in the existing curriculum as per relevance of the local, national or international requirement.

  • The focus is to make adequate efforts to enrich the existing curriculum. The Board of Studies is at liberty to add, delete or amend 10% of the existing curriculum according to need and relevance.

  • The meeting of Board of Studies convened every year before the commencement of the new academic session.

Academic Council-

  • The updated and revised curriculum is put forth the Academic Council for approval. The Academic Council is convened in the month of July every year.

Teaching-learning method–

  • The College has introduced Several Innovative techniques have been practiced in the College to facilitate better teaching- learning ambience. The techniques adopted during last 05 years are-

  • Seminars

  • Assignment

  • Project work

  • Quiz/ Role play/Surprise test/continuous comprehensive evaluation/ project work.

  • Modern devices like LCD projectors, flip charts, are used to make teaching more innovative and interactive.

  • The College has developed 18 master class- rooms and has equipped all the departments with computers and modern learning devices to facilitate the student's better teaching & learning atmosphere.

Examination Reform –

  • The College has introduced several innovative reforms in Examination has been intruded by the College –

  • On-line submission of examination

  • On-line declaration of results.

  • Time bound exams and quick declaration of results

Content– Knowledge management -

  • The College has adopted mechanism of content knowledge management and it is managed through ensuring regular classes, seminars, surprise tests, group discussion, assignments, quiz, inviting external subject-experts etc.

  • Every weekend, Seminar is organized for the students up to U.G. level. The objective is to enhance learning, improve communication skill and keeping update about the syllabus.

  • A monitoring team has been setup to evaluate and monitor the seminars being conducted in each and every class.

  • Integrated seminar for the PG and M.Phil scholars is organized in each semester in which the students present their papers in the department.

  • The best paper presentation is selected by the teachers of the departments to be presented in the auditorium. The best selected paper is awarded.

  • The entire program is devised to create an academic ambience, keeping the students update with the syllabus, enhancing communication skill and research motivation in the students. The students actively participate in the seminars.

Any Other-

  • The College organizes Zero classes at the commencement of every academic session. The purpose inherent in organizing the zero classes is the counseling of the students about the options available in the College and how can they choose the options?

  • The objective is to make the students familiar to the curriculum, academic structure of the College, best practices adopted in the College, courses run in the College, the process of assessment of the students, examination schedules, schedules of teaching, management of the College, and also to test their awareness at the entry level.

  • This is a type of induction program for the new entrants.

  • The students are made familiar with the extra- curricular activities like sports, extension activities, NSS, NCC sports, Youth festival and cultural activities.

  • Personality development cell of the College organizes workshops every month to facilitate the personality development of the students.

  • Swami Vivekanand career counseling cell organizes seminars, workshops and counseling programs with trained counselors to make them aware of the job opportunities.

  • The campus and career fair is also organized to ensure the employability of the students. Skill development courses are also organized for the students to train them for the skill based employment.

  • Remedial courses for the weaker students of SC/ST/OBC Economically deprived sections are held

2.4.13 what are the teaching innovations made during the last five years? How are innovations rewarded?

  • Several innovative practices have been adopted to assure quality in teaching-learning in the College during last 05 years.

  • At behest of the Department of Higher Education the College celebrated the year 2012 as the Quality assurance year & the year 2013 as the Quality extension Year. During these two years the College applied several Innovative practices to assure quality in teaching and learning.

  • A few innovative practices applied needs mention-

  • To ensure more Application of ICT to make teaching & learning more interactive & rewarding.

  • Application of audio-visual aids- 06 class–rooms has been developed as master class rooms. Each department has been made equipped with LCD projectors, Computers with Wi-Fi connectivity. The effort is to ensure the access of maximum number of students to inter-net.

2.4.14 Does the College have a mechanism to encourage

  • Mobility of faculty between institutions for teaching?

  • Faculty exchange programmes with national and international bodies?

If yes, how have these schemes helped in enriching quality of the faculty?

Yes-


The College encourages-

Mobility of faculty between institutions for teaching-



  • Motivates & ensures full freedom to the teachers to go for the invited lectures where they are invited.

  • A few teachers are invited to deliver lectures in other institutions or the student in other College.

  • A faculty member of Political Science this College has been regularly invited to police training school for the purpose of teaching the young entrants.

Faculty exchange programmes with national and international bodies-

  • Dr. Sanjay Singh a faculty member of chemistry and Dr. Awadh Shukla a faculty member of Commerce faculty members were deployed under faculty exchange programs in other Institution.

  • The Department of Higher Education M.P. has started a scheme of collaboration of institution with national and International level institutions.

  • This College is one among the 12 Colleges selected for the purpose of collaboration with National/International level institutions.

  • These schemes have helped the faculty members to improve their teaching skills and level of performance.

  1. - Evaluation Process and Reforms-

At UG Level

The College has evolved a sound evaluation system. The College offers honours course at U.G. level. The College has adapted two fold process of evaluation at UG, PG & M.Phil level.





Internal evaluation at UG level consists of-


  • CCE

  • Assignment

  • Seminar

  • Project work

  • Surprise Test

  • Group Discussion

  • Role Play

  • Quiz
Internal evaluation consists of 04 CCE tests are conducted in each semester. The students are evaluated on the basis of 03 best. The students are assigned topics of assignments based on the curriculum. Topics of seminars are assigned to the students based on syllabus. Seminars are conducted by the teachers concerned, on every Saturday. Project work is assigned to the students in B.A.VI semester and M.A.IV semester. Integrated seminar is conducted for M.A. & M.Phil Scholars.





Internal evaluation at M.Phil Level – Seminars and Assignments are assigned to the students at M. Phil level. It is mandatory for M.Phil students to publish two research papers in National level Journals.

The objective of evaluation system adopted by College is to monitor the progress of the student at different level and to facilitate them keeping update and prepared.

Full transparency is ensured in evaluation process.

2.5.1- How does the College ensure that all the stakeholders are aware of the evaluation processes that are operative?



  • The College ensures that all the Stake Holders be aware of the evaluation process that are operative.

  • The entire schedule of evaluation is declared by the College at the commencement of the session in the academic calendar of the College and it is published in the prospectus of the College which is distributed to the students at the commencement of the session to make the students and their guardians aware of the evaluation process.

  • The College declares on line result of every Comprehensive constant evaluation test (CCE). The students as well as their guardians can have access to on-line kiosks or IT centers or the other resources available to see the results of CCE of their wards.

  • Occasional meetings of students-Guardians are convened by the department is held to make the guardians aware of the progress of their wards.

  • Thus the entire evaluation system is transparent and open for access to all the students and stake-holders.

  • The College holds zero classes at the commencement of every academic session. These are special orientation or induction classes for the freshers to make the new entrants aware of the entire mechanism of teaching- learning evaluation and extra-curricular activities.

  • The objective of the zero classes is to counsel the students about the curriculum, the evaluation, thus to make the system transparent.

2.5.2 What are the major evaluation reforms initiated by the College and to what extent have they been implemented in the College? Cite a few examples which have positively impacted the evaluation management system?

The College has introduced several evaluation reforms in evaluation process. All the initiatives are implemented to make the students update, and prepared well for the exams.



  • Internal evaluation consists of Comprehensive constant evaluation test (CCE), Seminar, Assignment, Attendance, project work, Quiz, Role play, group discussion is a part of Internal assessment are introduced in all the semesters separatly.

  • Comprehensive constant evaluation (CCE) is organized in a centralized manner.

  • Comprehensive constant evaluation tests help the students, unit wise preparation of the entire syllabus in stipulated time.

  • Four CCE are conducted each semester is conducted. Three best out of four tests are counted in overall internal evaluation process.

  • College Seminars are conducted for UG students to help them to develop better communication skill as well as the skill of presentation in a class room situation.

  • The seminars at UG & PG level are conducted on every weekend. The students make their presentation in the class and their performances are evaluated by the teachers of the respective classes.

  • The IQAC of the College has constituted a monitoring team to monitor the class room seminars.

  • The students at U.G. and P.G. level are given assignment in each semester.

  • The students prepare their Seminar and make presentations in class. At U.G. level quiz, group discussion, surprise tests, role play has been introduced practice part of internal evaluation of the students.

Evaluation process of main (Semester) examination

Several Reforms have been introduced in main (semester) examination-



  • The College has introduced centralized evaluation system in the main examination to ensure timely declaration of result. A few answer books are sent for out station evaluation.

  • The College has introduced double valuation system to avoid any possibility of errors in evaluation.

  • Reforms initiated by the College in Internal Evaluation have proved of worth not only in the improvement of communication skill of the students but also helped in preparation of main examination.

  • It has improved the turn out percentage of the students in the class rooms. The initiative has helped to promote research culture, presentation skill in the students.

  • The evaluation reform introduced in main examination (double valuation) not only makes the evaluation transparent but also avoids the possibility of revaluation.

2.5.3 What measures have been taken by the institution for continuous evaluation of students and ensuring their progress and improved performance?

The College has taken initiatives to introduce sound internal evaluation system.



  • The system devised helps the students to keep update with the curriculum and prepare for the main examination.

  • The initiative introduced for continuous evaluation of the students has resulted in ensuring their progress and improved performance.

  • The Entire exercise for internal assessment is conducted by the Academic cell. Academic cell decides the schedule for internal assessment, CCE, Seminars, Assignment Projects and viva-voce.

  • The College organizes four comprehensive continuous evaluations in each semester. The performance of students is evaluated on the basis of 03 best out of 04 CCE.

  • The CCE’s (Comprehensive continuous evaluation) & its valuation is conducted in each semester in a centralized manner.

  • The result of each CCE is declared online so that the students can be update of their progress and performance. The subject teachers are expected to keep the records of the performance of the students so that the slow learners and poor performances are tracked and given special attention /remedial teaching or extra classes to improve their performances.

  • CCE thus helps to monitor the progress and unit wise preparation of curriculum by the students.

  • The class room seminars help the students to improve their communication and presentation skill of the students.

  • Curriculum based Assignments are assigned to the students to improve their writing skill, and creative thinking.

  • Project work motivates the students at UG and PG level to research activity.

  • The introduction of quiz, group discussion, surprise tests, role play improves understanding, presence of mind, aptitude and reasoning in the students.

  • The tests conducted provide the effective feedback to the students and enables then to improve their performance.

  • It also enables the students to analyze the weakness of their efforts that they need to improve. It enabled the teachers to mark the poor leaner's and their performance. The CCE & internal evaluation process serves as a diagnostic & remedial measure to help the students to improve their performance.

2.5.4 What percentage of marks is earmarked for continuous internal assessment? Indicate the mechanisms strategized to ensure rigour of the internal assessment process?

Distribution of marks Percentage in Internal evaluation-

600 for theory of 06 papers (03 main papers of 150 marks each+03 papers of foundation course of 50 marks each)

Marks distribution of internal evaluation- 150



System of evaluation

Marks

% of marks

% of marks out of total (Theory+Internal evaluation)

CCE- 03 best out of four- 3 × 25

75

50%

50% for each paper

Seminar/Project

30

20%

Assignment

30

20%

Attendance

15

10%

Marks distribution of internal evaluation (Practical subjects) -150

System of evaluation

Marks

% of marks

% of marks out of total (Theory +Internal evaluation)

CCE- 03 best out of four- 3 × 15

45

30%

50%

Seminar/Project

15

10%




Assignment

15

10%




Attendance

15

10%




Practical

60

40%




Written exam foundation course – 50

System of evaluation

Marks

% of marks

% of marks out of total (Theory +Internal evaluation)

CCE- 03 best out of four-

25

25%

50%

Assignment

10

10%




Seminar

10

10%




Attendance

05

05%




Marks distribution of internal evaluation in computer -50 (including practical)

System of evaluation

Marks

% of marks

% of marks out of total (Theory+Internal evaluation)

CCE- 03 best out of four-

15

15%

50%

Assignment

05

05%




Seminar

05

05%




Attendance

05

05%




Practical

20

20%







  • 50% marks are earmarked for the CCE, internal assessment and evaluation at UG Level.

  • 20% marks are earmarked for internal assessment and evaluation at PG level.

  • 20% marks are earmarked for internal assessment and evaluation at PG level.

2.5.5. Does the College adhere to the declared examination schedules? If not, what measures have been taken to address the delay?

'Yes'

  • The College strictly Adheres to the declared examination schedule

  • The scheme of internal assessment and the semester examination is declared in calendar of the College well in advance at the commencement of each session.

  • It is ensured that the examination starts, as per schedules decided by the College administration.

  • If due to some unforeseen circumstances, holidays are declared, the revised schedule is declared and the students are intimated with the change immediately.

  • The entire focus and the effort of the College have been to declare the semester results up to 25th may and 25th of December every year.

  • It is ascertained that the results are declared in time and the new semester starts, as scheduled.

  • The results are declared on-line. The probable dates of the declaration of results each semester is 25th May and 31st December.

  • Early declaration of results makes it possible to start the new academic session in time. The timely conduction of examination and declaration of results at schedules time has been successfully implemented in the College.

2.5.6 - What is the average time taken by the College for declaration of examination results? Indicate the mode / media adopted by the College for the publication of examination results e.g., website, SMS, email, etc.

  • It is our effort to declare the results of examinations within 15 to 20 days after the Main/semester examinations are over.

  • The College manages centralized evaluation system. The examiners are intimated and called for centre valuation. The valuation of answer books starts, with the ongoing examinations simultaneously.

  • A few answer books are also sent for off campus evaluation so as to get the valuation & results completed & results prepared in time.

  • The marks of internal assessment are compiled by the academic cell and submitted to confidential cell for the preparation of results.

  • The results are declared online and uploaded on the College website. The students are advised to download the online mark sheets.

  • The students are given opportunity to check their marks list downloaded from the website of the College and report the grievance, if any regarding the entries of internal evaluation, printing of names in the mark sheets within a week to academic cell so that the grievances can be removed in time to the satisfaction of the students.

  • The supplementary exams for the students, declared promoted (failed in one or two papers) is conducted within 15 days to make it possible to declare the result of the promoted students.

  • Online Mode and required service of media is ensured by the College for the publication of result.

2.5.7 -Does the College have an integrated examination platform for the following processes?

  • Pre-examination processes–Time table generation, OMR, student list generation, invigilators, squads, attendance sheet, online payment gateway, etc.

  • Examination process–Examination material management, logistics.

  • Post examination process–attendance capture, OMR based exam result, auto processing, generic result processing and certification.

'Yes'

The College has developed integrated examination platform for examination process at different level



Pre- Examination process-

  • The examination cell of the College has inbuilt mechanism to prepare for the examination well in advance. One month before the commencement of the semester exam.

  • The preparation for the semester examination process begins with the online submission of examination form to the examination cell.

  • The examination cell manages to check the entries made by the students in the examination forms through the heads of the departments of the concerned disciplines to avoid possible errors in the application forms.

  • A pre-examination meeting is held by the controller of the exams chaired by the Principal.

Time table generation

  • The drafts time table is generated by examination cell and it is scrutinized by the departments so as to avoid the errors in the entry of the opted papers according to the syllabus.

  • After making required changes and approved by the controller it is published for the students to get them informed about the examination schedules. The students ate informed to get their admit cards downloaded through the inter-net.

  • The off campus and in campus papers setting is in practice. The heads of the departments submit the panel of the experts for paper setting.

  • The Principal nominates the experts for paper setting from the panel of the paper setters obtained by the departments.

  • The sealed Envelops for the paper setting is sent to the paper setters with an instruction to submit the papers within 07 days of days.

  • Students nominal roll list is prepared.

  • The Chief controller/Principal holds a meeting of staff council just before the commencement of the semester exam. The meeting is addressed by the Principal, and controller.

  • The suggestion of faculty members and staff members is obtained to ensure the flawless and smooth conducting of the exam.

The Squad and the Team of exam

  • The semester examination is conducted in three shifts.

  • The Chief controller/ Principal appoint the team of shift Superintendents, Assistant superintendents & observers for the three shifts in consultation with the controller of exam. Orders are served to them well in advance for the preparations of examination.

  • An internal squad consisting of deputy controllers of different cells, campus officer is constituted by the Principal in consultation with controller of exam to monitor the smooth and fair conduction of exams.

  • The internal squad visits each and every class room and remains vigilant throughout the period of the exam.


The invigilators

  • The list consisting of the names of invigilators for all the shifts is prepared in advance by the coordinator of the exam. It is the duty of the coordinator to intimate the invigilators about their duty in advance to ensure their presence on duty in time on the scheduled. The nominal roll list of the students of all the three shifts appearing in the semester exams is handed over to the superintendents of each shift, to assist them to prepare the seating plan.

The Attendance sheet

  • The invigilators are provided the attendance sheet in the examination hall to get the signs of the students present in the examination hall and to ensure the number of candidates absent.

  • The sheets of absentees are collected within half an hour. The late arrivals are not allowed in the examination hall after 15 minutes to maintain the dignity and integrity of examination. The effort of the College administration is to ensure the dignity integrity, smoothness and fairness of the examination.

Examination process –Examination material management, logistics-

  • The police and district administration are intimated in writing about the schedules of exam to ensure the maintenance of law and order and their support if required well before the commencement of the exams.

  • The sealed packets of questions papers are kept in the confidential cell under the observation of chief superintendent, controller and assistant controller of the exam and confidential cell.

  • The sealed packets are handed over to shift superintendant one hour before the commencement of the exams. The semester exam is conducted in three shifts– i.e.

Ist shift from : 07.00A.M. to 10:00 A.M.

IInd shift from 11:00A.M. to 02:00 P.M.

IIIrd shift from 03:00P.M. to 06:00P.M.

  • The control room for all the three shifts are arranged where the entire team of the concerns shifts under the supervision of shift superintendent acts to conduct the exams of their shifts.

  • The shift superintendant cuts open the envelops consisting of the question papers after being signed by the two invigilators and the shift superintendent himself 15 minutes before the commencement of the exam.

  • The Envelops for the examination halls are distributed in accordance with the number of student in each of the rooms.

  • In order to ensure fair and smooth functioning of the exams the chief superintendent the controller and the flying squad constituted for the purpose visit each of the class-rooms where exams are being conducted to check the use of fake students, unfair means or other probable malpractices. Strict vigilance and precaution is taken during the exam.

  • UFM cases are registered against the student found guilty of cheating on indulging in any sort of malpractices.

  • It is ensured that the flawless fair and disciplined atmosphere be maintained for the smooth functioning of the examination.

Post Examination process–Attendance capture, OMR based exam result, auto processing, generic result processing and certification.

  • After the final bell is struck informing the end of the paper, the answer books are collected, counted and submitted in the control rooms.

  • The answer books ate sealed in packets and bundles in presence of the shift superintendent and the team.

  • The bundles and sealed packet are sent to confidential cell under seal and signature of the shift superintendent.

  • The preparations are made for the valuation of the answer books under the supervision of the controller of the examination.

  • The confidential cell and the controller have devised a system of double- of answer books, to check the possible errors in counting of the marks awarded by the examiners. The post valuation is done by a team constituted for the purpose.

  • The double-valuation system is devised to ensure the fair and flawless valuation and rectify any sort of possible grievances arising regarding the valuation of answer sheets.

  • A few answer sheets are sent for off campus valuation. Maximum part of valuation is centralized so as to enable the early and timely declaration of results.

Practical/viva voce/ internal assessment –

  • The practical exams of the Science group, viva-voce and internal assessment are conducted well in advance by the examination cell before the commencement of the examination.

  • The award list of the practical paper/viva-voce and internal assessment is collected and compiled by the Academic cell and submitted to the confidential cell to facilitate the early preparation of results.

2.5.8. Has the College introduced any reforms in its Ph.D. evaluation process?

  • The College is a recognized research centre for the 13 subject. As a research centre the College enrolls the students for Ph.D. and facilitates them with all the facilities required for Ph.D. work.

  • The facilities include research library, reference books & guidance of the supervisors. The 43 out of 49 faculty members posted at present in the College are research guides. 169 scholars of different disciplines are enrolled as Ph.D. scholars in the College.

  • The evaluation process and the award of degree is under the jurisdiction of the affiliating University. The College abides by the rules and regulations of the affiliating University.

2.5.9-What efforts are made by the College to streamline the operations at the Office of the Controller of Examinations? Mention any significant efforts which have improved process and functioning of the examination division/section?

  • Efforts have been made in the office of the controller of exam to streamline the operations for the smooth conduct of examinations. The structure of the office of the controller of exam is as under-




  • Office of the controller of examination is composed of four organs constituted for purpose of administering the entire process of examination.

  • The operation at the office of controller of examinations is conducted by the Examination cell, confidential cell Academic cell and autonomy cell.

Examination cell-The functions of Examinations cell is-

  • Smooth conduction of semester examination

  • Preparation of semester examination

  • Obtaining application forms

  • Scrutiny of application forms of the student so as to ensure the eligible student to appear in the exam.

  • Preparation of nominal rolls of student

  • Preparation/generation of examination schedule (time–table)

  • Issuing online admit cards preparation of marks sheet,

The confidential cell

  • The Confidential cell is responsible for-

  • Setting of question papers.

  • Sending the sealed envelopes containing essential materials for paper setting like syllabus, pattern of question papers to experts for off campus or in-campus paper setting

  • Collection of question papers, moderation and printing according to the number of the examinees in different subjects.

  • Compilation, tabulation, and preparation of marks list.

  • Maintenance of database of the external examiners of all disciplines.

  • Centralized valuation of answer scripts after the commencement of exam.

  • Preparation of tabulation chart & online declaration of results.

The Academic Cell –

  • Preparation, administration and monitoring of internal evaluation is conducted by the academic cell. Preparation of schedules of CCE, assignment, seminar, viva-voce is conducted by the academic cell.

  • Academic cell compiles the marks of internal assessment and sends it to confidential cell for preparation of final results.

2.5.10-What is the mechanism for redressal of grievances with reference to evaluation?

  • The examination cell attempts to avoid the possibility of errors in evaluation process. For the purpose, the cell has devised a mechanism of post valuation.

  • The valued answer scripts are sent for post valuation. In this process, the teachers deputed for post valuation check the errors in the valued answer scripts.

  • The errors regarding the roll number, errors in counting of the marks awarded by the examiners, the possibility of errors occurring in unvalued questions in the answer scripts, ambiguities in total counts of the marks are scrutinized and corrected in the post valuation cell.

  • Even if the grievance of the students arise regarding inadequacy in valuation they can apply for recounting of the marks awarded in the answer scripts.

  • The results are declared on line. The students are provided with opportunity to download the mark sheet from internet and check the errors.

  • In case any error is noticed by the student he is expected to report in writing to the academic cell in the given format within 07 days of the declaration of the results. The examination and confidential cell check the errors and make the required amendments if any. After redressed of the grievance final mark sheet of the student is printed prepared & printed.

  1. Student Performance and Learning Outcomes

  1. Does the College have clearly stated learning outcomes for its programmes? If yes, give details on how the students and staff are made aware of these?

  • The objective of the curriculum for each course is prepared and clearly stated. Being a Government institution the College has to comply with the curricular designed and decided by the Department of Higher Education, Government of M.P.

  • Being an autonomous College a little space is open in designing the curriculum; the College can review amend add or delete 20% of the curriculum designed as per needs of the current relevance of the society ensuring the feedback and suggestions obtained by the members of 'Board of Studies'.

  • The College convenes the meetings of Board of Studies in the month of June & July of every session.

  • The College ensures the participation of stakeholders is curriculum design so that the feedback of the stakeholder can be taken about curriculum; their suggestion about the relevant heeds of the society & locality needs is acknowledged.

  • The objective and learning outcomes is clearly defined in the course content. The student can have access to the learning outcomes through the copies of the syllabus available in the department.

  • The faculty members are provided with the course content to make them aware of the learning out comes.

  • The vision & mission of the course content is explained by the faculty members about the learning outcome of the course content.

  • The vision & mission of the course content envisages environmental consciousness woman empowerment leadership and human values. This is realized through the motivation of the student in the class rooms and through extra-curricular activities.

2.6.2-How does the institution monitor and ensure the achievement of learning outcomes?

  • The College has mechanism to monitor the learning outcomes of the course through the innovative teaching methodologies; teaching plans, assignments, regular seminars, class-room teaching, surprise test & group discussions.

  • The College has a monitoring cell constituted by the academic cell to monitor the seminars being conducted by the teachers in the class rooms on weekends. This monitoring cell functions under IQAC cell.

  • The slow learners and poor performers are identified after the internal evaluative tests. The teachers focus special attention on such poor learners and poor performers.

  • Special classes for slow learner and poor performers are conducted to improve their performance.

  • Remedial teaching is also conducted to improve their performance.

  • Centralized CCE helps the students to unit – wise preparation of syllabus for the semester exams.

  • The College ensures that each student be aware of his/her performance in the internal evaluation test. For this purpose the marks awarded in each test is declared on-line; the process thus provides space for the students to improve the performance.

  • The College collects the feedback about the course student and the teachers teaching the syllabus.

2.6.3-How does the institution collect and analyze data on student learning outcomes and use it for overcoming barriers of learning?

The student learning outcomes are assessed on the basis of the performance of the student in the internal evaluation process.



  • The 04 CCE conducted in every month serves as an effective tool to monitor the performance of the students at regular interval.

  • It is not only helpful in unit wise Preparation of the students for semester exams but also helps them to evaluate the outcome of their efforts and to improve accordingly.

  • It is helpful for the teachers to mark the poor performers in the class and to adopt remedial measures to overcome the barriers of learning.

  • Pass percentage, the success ratio & the progression of the students in the semester exams, also helps to evaluate their learning outcome.

  • The feedback collected from the students is also helpful to monitor their learning outcome.

  • The number of students getting in to employment and jobs also serve as a tool to monitor the learning outcome of the students.

  • The remedial teaching, special classes, personal guidance is provided to the student to overcome the barriers of learning.

  • Invited guest lectures are also organized to help the students to overcome the barriers of learning

  • The innovative and modem teaching aids are applied to make teaching more interesting rewarding and meaning full.

2.6.4-Give Programme-wise details of the pass percentage and completion rate of students.

Program wise details of pass-percentage (UG)

Program

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

A*

P %

A*

P %

A*

P %

A*

P %

BSc(Hon) Botany

23

91.3

27

85.19

26

92.31

20

90

BSc(Hon) Chemistry

26

100

34

67.65

28

92.86

36

94.44

BSc(Hon) Mathematics

45

93.3

101

97.03

62

98.39

97

94.85

BSc(Hon) Zoology

42

97.61

52

94.23

52

92.31

23

100

BSc(Hon) Physics

12

75

23

100

32

93.75

39

100

BA(Hon) Economics

29

93.1

40

95.00

25

92

24

100

BA(Hon) English Lit.

6

100

09

100

4

50

05

100

BA(Hon) Geography

47

97.87

70

100

69

95.65

54

94.44

BA(Hon) Hindi Lit.

3

100

13

84.62

8

87.5

06

100

BA(Hon) Mathematics













1

100

1

100

BA(Hon) History

22

95.45

23

95.65

15

100

10

90

BA(Hon) Music

4

100

07

100

03

100

03

100

BA(Hon) Philosophy

1

100

03

66.67

12

91.67

13

92.31

BA(Hon) Political Sc.

29

93.1

51

98.07

43

90.7

28

100

BA(Hon) Sanskrit













1

100

01

100

BA(Hon) Urdu

2

100

2

100

3

100

03

100

BA(Hon) Sociology

28

96.43

31

93.55

20

100

11

100

B.B.A.

253

86.16

235

67.66

169

79.29

133

91.73

B.A.LLB.







23

95.65

31

93.55







B.C.A.

159

92.45

119

95.8

137

73.72

89

94.38

BCOM (CA)







177

98.31

225

76.44

234

88.03

BCOM (Hon)

618

94.5

587

94.21

480

94.79

364

97.8

BSc (Bio Technology)

58

98.28

72

93.06

69

97.1

46

82.61

Program wise details of pass-percentage (PG)

Program

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

A*

P %

A*

P %

A*

P %

A*

P %

MCOM

63

84.13

137

81.75

170

97.65

225

63.11

M.S.W.

103

88.88

96

91.67

89

93.26

74

93.24

MSc (Bio Informatics)

12

100

07

100

01

100

0

0

MSc(Computer Science)

18

100

44

88.64

52

80.77

44

97

MSc (Micro Biology)

16

100

08

75.00

01

100

16

87.5

MSc (Biotechnology)

34

100

30

100

31

93.55

20

100

MSc (Chemistry)







25

92.00

42

95.24

41

97.56

MSc (Botany)







02

100

14

100

15

93.33

MSc (Mathematics)







07

42.86

36

88.89

34

100

MSc (Biochemistry)







23

95.65

20

100

12

91.67

MSc (Zoology)







09

88.89

22

68.18

21

90.48

MA(Hindi)

5

100

08

100

15

100

5

100

MA(English)

9

66.67

12

83.33

14

78.57

9

88.88

MA(Sanskrit)

5

62.5

06

100

02

100

5

100

MA(Economics)

9

100

10

100

19

84.21

9

100

MA(History)

2

100

03

100

13

92.31

2

100

MA(Geography)

11

100

15

100

22

100

11

100

MA(Sociology)

10

100

08

100

12

91.67

10

100

MA(Philosophy)

1

100

01

100







1

100

MA(Music)

3

80.76

03

100

02

100

3

66.67

MA(Political Science)

8

81.25

11

90.91

16

93.75

8

62.5

BLibISc

5

85.00

06

100

03

100

9

100

MLibISc

12

85.18

08

100

06

83.33

3

100

Program wise details of pass-percentage (M.Phil)





Program

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

Result Awaited

A*

P %

A*

P %

A*

P %

A*

P %

M.Phil.(Hindi)

6

100

6

100

08

100







M.Phil.(History)

19

100

11

100

04

100







M.Phil.(Sanskrit)

08

100

06

83.33

05

100







M.Phil.(Political Sc.)

26

80.76

21

100

08

100







M.Phil.(Economics)

16

81.25

22

90.92

15

100







M.Phil.(Sociology)

20

85.00

26

96.15

14

100







M.Phil.(English)

27

85.18

15

93.33

06

100







M.Phil.(Library Science)

13

92.30

07

100

12

100







M.Phil.(Geography)

14

85.71

23

100

05

100







M.Phil.(Commerce)

31

83.87

45

100

31

93.54







M.Phil.(Music)

04

100

09

100

04

100







M.Phil.(Philosophy)







01

100













M.Phil.(Chemical Science)







09

100

14

100

















CRITERION III:

RESEARCH, CONSULTANCY AND EXTENSION


  1. Promotion of Research

Research culture and research activity is an important aspect of quality enhancement and quality sustenance in an institution. It not only provides insight but also elicits the implicit potentials of the faculty members. The focus on research is an important aspect of quality enhancement and quality sustenance in an institution.

  • Involvement in research activity gives exposure to the knowledge potential of the human resource in an institution.

  • It is essential to create an academic ambience in an institution and also facilitates the faculty member to recharge their knowledge potential. The College promotes the faculty members to engage in research activity.

  • The College promotes a sound research culture with focus on quality research.

  1. Does the College have a research committee to monitor and address the issues of research? If yes, what is its composition? Mention a few recommendations which have been implemented and their impact.

'Yes'

  • The College has constituted a research co-ordination committee to monitor research activities in the College. IQAC helps and motivates the organization of National, State and Institutional level academic conferences, seminars, workshops to motivate the students and faculty members to undertake research activities.

  • Recommendations- the IQAC and research coordination of the College had recommendation to promote research activities in the College through organizing student oriented seminars, conferences and workshops. The recommendations have been implemented by the College to promote the activities of research-

  • The College encourages and motivates the students and faculty members to involve in research activities. In order to foster the research orientation among the students the College, organizes integrated seminar for PG and M.Phil. Scholars who are in the stage of stepping into research activities after P.G. and M.Phil.

  • The Integrated seminar is monitored and conducted by the academic cell in co-operation with IQAC. In each semester integrated seminars are conducted and the students are evaluated accordingly.

At the PG. level all the departments conduct seminars in their Departments. The topics of seminars are allotted to the students on which they prepare their research papers and called for presentation in the departments.

  • The departments select the outstanding presentation and send the names of the best selected scholars to academic cell for integrated presentation in the auditorium. The selected scholars from Commerce, Science, Humanities, Social Science, and Social work, present their papers. The presentation adjudged best is awarded with a certain amount and a certificate of excellence.

  • The objective is –

  • To motivate the students for research activity

  • To motivate them to creative and innovative thinking.

  • To motivate them to develop scientific temper.

  • To motivate them to develop a competitive approach.

  • Most of the scholars use power-point technique to make their presentations.

  • The above practice is adopted for the M.Phil. Scholars too.

  • It has been made mandatory for the M.Phil. Scholars to get two research papers published in standard journals to make them eligible for the award of M.Phil. Degree.

  • The faculty members guide and assist the students in writing research papers and help it enhance better skill of presentation.

  • The College has established a research library with the e-facilities, e-books, and INFLIBNET for the research scholars and the faculty member to facilitate for data collection and research activities.

  • Almost all the faculty members in the College are Ph.D. and also research guides.

  • The College is a recognized research centre with more than two hundred full time enrolments for Ph.D.

  • The College organizes workshop at the commencement of every academic session on research techniques for the student and faculty members. Experts are invited to deliver lecture on different techniques of research.

  • The objective is to motivate the scholars in research activities.

  • The faculty members apply for major and minor research projects to UGC/CSIR and other funding agencies. The status of completed and ongoing project is as under.

3.1.2- What is the policy of the College to promote research culture in the College?

  • The Executive council/Academic cell & IQAC monitors and facilitates research activities in the College.

  • Research workshops.

  • Organization of seminars (National).

  • Promotion of research culture is an essential need of the educational institutions in the emerging global scenario to the emerging new challenges in the society.

  • The College motivates the scholars to step into empirical or action research. For the purpose the students are provided topics of current importance that needs exploration and investigation.

  • The College facilitates the scholars with ample of literature equipment and e-resources.

  • The departmental libraries are well equipped with books and journals to help the scholars in carrying on research activities.

3.1.3- List details of prioritized research areas and the areas of expertise available with the College.

The Prioritized Research areas are-



Sociology-

  • Tribal Problems, Crime against Woman, Rural development, Aging Problem, Child Labour, Drug Addiction, Woman Empowerment, Impact of social change and development, Human Trafficking, Family and society, Modernization and Globalization, Youth unrest are some of the focus areas for research in Sociology.

Political Science-

  • Indian Political system, Voting Behaviour, Level of political participation International relation, International organizations, Foreign Relations, Political Sociology, Problem of Corruption, Governance, Terrorism etc.

Library Science-

  • TQM in Library, Social Media and Academic Libraries, Social networking, automation, user behaviour, artificial intelligence etc. are the areas of interest for research in Library Science.

Economics-

  • Rural development, Budgeting, Finance management, Share market, Private sector management, Entrepreneurship, Agricultural sector, Industrial sector etc are the prioritized areas of research in economics.

Physics-

  • Space physics, Astrophysics, Astronomy, Electronics, Digital Electronics, Solid State Physics, Molecular Physics, Corpuscular Physics and Nanotechnology are some of the focus areas in Physics.

Mathematics-

  • Fixed point theory, Graph Theory, Topology, Cosmology, Numerical analysis, Operation Research, Fuzzy Topology, Boolen Algebra, Real analysis etc.

Chemistry-

  • Synthesis and characterization of Drugs, Kinetic study of reactions, Reaction mechanism of reactions, Study of different pollutants and their effects.

Commerce-

  • Trade, International trade, Industry, Banking, Insurance, Marketing and management, Finance, Human Resource Management, Foreign Exchange, Entrepreneurship, Industrial Relation, Cost Analysis, Franchise business, Talent Management, green Marketing, Liberation Policy, Service Sector in India, Tourism management in India, E-Commerce, Tele- Banking.

History-

  • Regional History, Status of Woman in Ancient India Medieval and Modern India, Archaeology, National Movements etc.

Geography-

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Hindi

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English-

  • Indian writings and its impact on English literature

  • Indian scriptures and English Literature

  • Linguistics in Modern age

  • Commonwealth literature in English

  • Indian Philosophy and western thoughts

  • Tribal literature and English Language

  • Canadian writings in English

  • Comparative literature

  • Feministic Literature

  • Prosody

  • Eco-critical approaches

  • Stylistics

  • Modern critical literature etc

  • .Afro-American Literature

  • Literature in Diaspora

3.1.4- What are the proactive mechanisms adopted by the College to facilitate smooth implementation of research schemes/ projects?

  • Advancing funds for sanctioned projects

  • Providing seed money

  • Autonomy to the principal investigator/coordinator for utilizing overhead charges

  • Timely release of grants

  • Timely auditing

  • Submission of utilization certificate to the funding authorities

  • The College motivates the faculty members to apply for research projects and helps the investigators by granting leaves promoting them to participate in research activities like seminars conference workshops and the like.

  • The College facilitates the faculty members for research publication.

  • The College ensures to provide the investigators adequate infrastructure, books, laboratories as per their requirements.

  • The investigators of the major/minor projects are given autonomy and facility to execute their research projects.

  • The College insures the timely completion of research projects and submission of utilization certificates to funding agency.

Advancing funds for sanctioned projects-

  • The college ensures to provide funds released by the UGC for the sanctioned Projects and other agencies to the investigators without delay to facilitate them to start the project work in due course.

Providing seed money-

  • The investigators are given the seed money on the conditions of their reports of the expenditure made out of the funds allocated to them for the Projects. The College ensures that the expenditure should be done in accordance with the financial rules.

Autonomy to the principal investigator/coordinator for utilizing overhead charges-

  • The Investigators are given full autonomy in undertaking the Project work and utilize the overhead charges.

Timely release of grants

  • The grants sanctioned for the project to the Investigators are released in time to facilitate the completion of the work in time.

Timely auditing

  • The Investigators are advised to get the statement of expenditure audited by the statutory auditor and submit the progress reports in time.

Submission of utilization certificate to the funding authorities

  • The College ensures that the investigators submit the audited utilization certificate and statement of expenditure to the funding authorities in due course.

3.1.5- How is interdisciplinary research promoted?

  • Between/among different departments of the College and

  • Collaboration with national/international institutes / industries

  • The College promotes and encourages inter-disciplinary research by motivating the faculty to undertake research projects of inter disciplinary nature.

  • Dr. S. P. Shukla, a faculty member of Political Science completed a minor project on 'Violence against woman-Crisis and contradictions (A case study of Rural woman of Rewa district-M.P.) which was based on sociological aspects of study of woman.

  • Dr. Rameshwar Pandey, a faculty member of Hindi recently submitted final report on his minor project on the topic- Poetic assumptions of T.S.Elliot in Hindi.

  • Dr. Sanjay Shankar Mishra, a faculty member of Commerce submitted the final report of his research project on ' Role of Panchayat Raj Institutions in pre-colonial and post-colonial period.

  • Students are distributed research projects on Inter- disciplinary topics.

  • A few Research guides supervise the scholars on inter-disciplinary topics.

Collaboration with national/international institutes/industries-

  • The Institution is looking forward to collaborate with National /International institution and industries.

  • This College is one among the 12 institutions selected by the Department of Higher Education under the scheme of collaboration with National/International institutions.

  • Dr. Mahesh Shukla, a faculty member of sociology has undertaken a research consultancy project in collaboration with J.P. Cement Rewa on development of CSR studies.

  • The students of the department of physics, B.C.A., B.B.A., B.Com. are assigned research projects that needs collaboration with local industries.

3.1.6 Enumerate the efforts of the College in attracting researchers of eminence to visit the campus and interact with teachers and students?

  • The College endeavors to attract the research scholars of eminence to visit the campus and interact with teachers and students.

  • The College invites the external experts in different areas of research to share their views with the scholars and faculty members.

  • The departments organize workshops, student-centric seminars. Scholars of eminence are invited to interact with the students.

  • Eminent resource persons are invited in the seminars and workshops organized by the College. They interact with the students and faculty members.

  • The College organizes Pre-PhD Course in different subjects. In which the experts of various disciplines deliver the lecture on different techniques of research.

  • At the commencement of every session a College level workshop is organized in which internal and external lectures on the techniques of writing research papers, presentation of research paper in seminars. The eminent scholars and experts are invited twice every year to motivate the students towards the research activities.

3.1.7 What percentage of faculty has utilized sabbatical leave for research activities? How has the provision contributed to the research quality and culture of the College?

  • 53% of faculty members (25 out of 49 posted at present in the College) who have undertaken research projects utilize sabbatical leaves to purse the research activities at their convenience.

  • The College provides full co- operation in granting sabbatical leave to the faculty members who apply for such leaves to pursue the research activities.

  • The faculty members invited as resource persons in the academic events organized by other institutions such as external experts or resource persons in National, International or state level seminars or workshops, meetings of boards of studies avail such leaves at their convenience.

  • The faculty members utilize sabbatical leaves to attend conferences, seminars and workshops at International/National /State and institutional level.

3.1.8 Provide details of national and international conferences organized by the College highlighting the names of eminent scientists/scholars who participated in these events.

The IQAC monitors and motivates the departments of the College to organize national and international conferences in the College to motivate the research scholars, faculty members for research and quality enhancement. The departments of the College organize national level seminars almost every year.



The details of academic activities organized in the College in 2011-12

S. N.

Event Organized

Themes

Organizing deptt.

Date of organization

Eminent participants

1

National Seminar

Indian Judiciary Powers And Limitations

Dept. of Law

05-06 Nov. 2011

Prof. R P Rai, BHU, Varansi, UP

2

National Seminar

Challenges of weaker sections in India

Sociology

03-04 Mar 2012

Prof. Rajeshwar Prasad, Institute of Social Sciences, Univ. of Agra

3

National Seminar

Impact of New Eco. Policy on Backward and Weaker sections

Economics

12-13 Mar 2012

Dr.D.N.Bajpayee

Rani Durgavati Univ. Jabalpur



4

National Seminar

Hkkjrh; laxhr esa rky ok|ks dh mi;ksfxrk

Music

17-18 Mar 2012

Prof. Anil Vyohar, Dean IGSVV, Khairagarh

5

National Seminar

Advances in Management

Commerce

20-21 Mar 2012

Prof. Neel kamal Purohit, Jodhpur University Rajasthan

6

National Seminar

Changing Scenario of Information and Library Education in India

Library & Information Science

26-27 Feb 2012

Dr. N.R. Satya Narayana, Dr. B.B.R.Ambedkar univ. lucknow

7

State Level workshop

Consumer Protection Rights

Economics

24 Dec. 2011

Dr.P.K.Das

Pt.Ravishankar univ. Raipur CG



8

State Level workshop

Quality Assurance in Higher Education

IQAC




Dr.S.P.Shukla

Dr.Akhilesh Shukla



Dr.Anil K. Tiwari

9

Institutional level workshop

Legal Service Training

IQAC

13 Feb 2012

Justice S.K.Palo. DJ Rewa

10

Institutional Level workshop

Pre entry preparation of examination

IQAC

13 Feb 2012

Dr.S.P.Shukla

11

Institutional Level workshop

Youth Day

IQAC

12 Jan 2012

Dr. Anil Tiwari


Events organized at Institutional level (2011-12)

Sr. N.

Departments

Titles

Date of activity

1

Physics

Space physics

03.01.2011

2

Law

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01-08-2011

3

Chemistry

Workshop on Utility of Chemistry (Under UNESCO International year of Chemistry)

04.11.2011

4

Chemistry

Spectrometry & Photo Chemistry

20.12.2011

5

Law

Role of Indian Judiciary & its Limitations

06.11.2011

6

Commerce

Workshop on Corruption

23.10.2011

7

Commerce

Crime Control

19.09.2011

8

Economics

Consumer protection

24.12.2011

9

Chemistry

Workshop on Environment Protection

24.12.2011


The details of academic activities organized in the College in 2012-13

S. N.

Nature of Event Organized

Themes

Organizing department

Date of organization

Eminent participants

1

National Seminar

Challenges of Globalization and Hindi

Dept. Hindi

23-24 March Nov. 2013

Dr. Satyendra Sharma

2

National Seminar

Sociology in 21st Centuary

Sociology

15-21 March 2013

Dr.Kameshwar Chaudhary Dr. B.B.R.Ambedkar univ. Lucknow

3

State Level workshop

Time theory of Ragas

IQAC & Music

03 April 2013

Dr. R.K.Banerjee

Rewa


5

State Level workshop

Quality Assurance in Higher Education

IQAC

02 June 2013

Dr.S.P.Shukla

Dr.Akhilesh Shukla

Dr.Anil K.Tiwari


6

State Level workshop

Significance of Law in Human life

IQAC & Law

06 October 2012

Adv. Shivendra Upadhyay, President State Bar Council, MP

7

State Level workshop

Prejudices in History

IQAC & History

18 Aug. 2012

Dr.P.K.Sarkar, Rewa

8

State Level workshop

Foreign direct Investment & Indian Economy

IQAC

12 Jan 2012

Dr.N.P.Pathak Rewa

9

State Level workshop

Advance teaching technique

IQAC & Chemistry

12-13 Oct. 2012

Dr. Sanjay singh

Dr. R.C.Chaturvedi



10

State Level workshop

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IQAC & Urdu

22 Aug. 2012

Prof. Abbas Ali


Events organized at Institutional level (in 2012-13)

Sr. N.

Departments

Titles

Date of activity

1

Geography

World Earth Day

25 April 2013

2

Chemistry

Workshop on Utility of Chemistry (Under UNESCO International year of Chemistry)

04.11.2011

3

Chemistry

Spectrometry & Photo Chemistry

20.12.2011

4

Law

Role of Indian Judiciary & its Limitations

06.11.2011

5

Commerce

Workshop on Corruption

23.10.2011

6

Commerce

Crime Control

19.09.2011

7

Economics

Consumer protection

24.12.2011

8

Chemistry

Workshop on Environment Protection

24.12.2011


The details of academic activities organized in the College in 2013-14

S.N.

Themes

Department

Date of event

Eminent participants



Computer forensics

(International workshop)



Physics

06.08.2013

Dr.V.K.Mishra- Hudderberg University U.K.



Environment Awareness (National Workshop)

Chemistry

25/26.10.2013

Dr.Raj Kishore Tiwari



International Financing Reporting Standard (National Workshop)

Commerce

22/23.02.2014

Dr. Neel Kamal Purohit, Jodhpur University Rajasthan



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Hindi

24.03.2014

Dr. Bhoopendra singh,

Dr. Rameshwar Pandey,





Food Security & Consumer Behaviour (National Workshop)

Economics

26.02.2014

Dr. N.P.Pathak Rewa



Quality assurance in higher education

IQAC

25.09.2013

Dr. Sanjay Singh,

Dr. S. P. Shukla





MAP cast

IQAC

29.10.2013

Dr. Akhilesh Shukla



The details of academic activities organized in the College in 2014-15

S. N.

Event Organized

Themes

Organizing deptt.

Date of organization

Eminent participants

1

National Seminar

The Role of Woman In National development

Dept. Of sociology

21- 22 February 2015

Dr.Gautam Gyanendra, Barkatullah Univ. Bhopal

2

National Workshop

Conservation of Energy

Dept. Of computer Science and Physics

29 sept.2015

Dr.Raj Kishore Tiwari

3

National Workshop

Dynamic Rural leadership

M.S.W.

25-26 March 2015

Dr. Divakar Sharma, University of Sagar

4

State level Workshop

Digital electronics

Dept. Of computer Science and Physics

07 January 2015

Dr. Santosh Kumar Jabalpur


Events organized at Institutional level (in 2014-15)

Sr. N.

Departments

Titles

Date of activity

1

UNISEF Sponsored (IQAC)

Elimination of Child labour

20 March 2015

2

Physics

Energy conservation

07 October 2014

3.1.9- Details of the College initiative in transferring/advocating the relative findings of research of the College and elsewhere to the students and the community (lab to land).



  • The College promotes the faculty members and research students of the College to publish their research outputs in refereed journal, edited books with ISSN numbers to disseminate the research findings to the community and the students.

  • A few faculty members have got their research work published to disseminate their finding to the community.

  • It is mandatory for each scholar of M.Phil to get two research papers published in refereed and reviewed journals thus accelerating to re-in force and disseminate the research output or findings to the students.

  • The M.Phil scholars are assigned the issues of contemporary relevance and local importance to undertake the research and published the research papers accordingly.

  • A few faculty members are engaged in publication of National, International journals, Reference books, editing books on the current issues of worth and importance ensuring the transfer of learning to the community and students.

  • Number of Journals published by the Faculty members (as editor/associate editors) -10.

  • Number Of Faculties engaged in publication of National/International journals as editor/Associate editor- 09

3.1.10 Give details on the faculty actively involved in research (Guiding student research, leading research projects, engaged in individual or collaborative research activity etc.)

Details of the faculty actively involved in research -

43 out of 49 faculty members are recognized Ph.D. guides in this College


Sr. N.

Departments

Research Scholars enrolled

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

E*

A*

E*

A*

E*

A*

E*

A*



Economics

17

01

17

05

24

04

24

04



English

11

01

12

03

14

01

12

04



Geography

30

01

19

04

40

01

38

02



History

24

04

21

06

18

02

19

07



Hindi

36




36

03

35

09

27

05



Music

06

-

06

-

06

-

06

-



Pol. Science

24

08

25

06

38

11

32

11



Philosophy

06

02

06

02

08

03

08

01



Sociology

30

04

30

07

35

10

32

08



Sanskrit

12

07

12

06

16

05

16

07



Lib. Science

06

03

12

04

14

04

08

-



Commerce

12

04

10

06

24

05

22

02



Physics

06

02

06

02

04

02

03

02



Zoology

06




06

01

08

-

08

-



Botany

06




06

02

08

03

08

02



Chemistry







02




02




03




Total

232

37

226

57

294

60

266

55
Faculty involved in guiding M.Phil scholars

2011-2015

Sr. N.

Department

Number of student guided

Total

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

1

M.Phil.(Hindi)

6

6

08

10

30

2

M.Phil.(History)

19

11

04

6

40

3

M.Phil.(Sanskrit)

08

06

05

3

22

4

M.Phil.(Political Sc.)

26

21

08

19

74

5

M.Phil.(Economics)

16

22

15

15

68

6

M.Phil.(Sociology)

20

26

14

16

76

7

M.Phil.(English)

27

15

06

4

52

8

M.Phil.(Library Sc.)

13

07

12

10

42

9

M.Phil.(Geography)

14

23

05

12

54

10

M.Phil.(Commerce)

31

45

31

38

145

11

M.Phil.(Music)

04

09

04

13

30

12

M.Phil.(Philosophy)




01




0

1

13

M.Phil.(Chemical Sc.)




09

14

15

38


Leading research projects – 2011-15

Sr. Number

Department

Number of faculty undertaken research projects

Funding agency

Minor

Major



English

01

01

UGC



Economics

01




UGC



Hindi

04




UGC



History

03




UGC



Geography

04




UGC



Pol. Science

01




UGC



Sociology

01




UGC



Sanskrit

02




UGC



Commerce

03




UGC



Library Sc.

01




UGC



Chemistry

02




UGC

12.

Physics

01




UGC

  1. Resource Mobilization for Research

  1. What percentage of the total budget is earmarked for research? Give details of major heads of expenditure, financial allocation and actual utilization for last four years.

  • Every year the budget is allocated for the purchase of books and equipment to the department and central library.

  • Reference books are purchased for the central library to facilitate research activities.

  • 10% allocation of total budget is spent on purchasing books.

  • The resource mobilization for research is done through Budget allocated by the Government, U.G.C. funding, fee generated from self financing schemes and the Janbhagidari.

  • The economic resources generated through fee-collection are utilized for purchasing books and equipments.

The major heads of expenditure are-

  • Reference books, text books, Book bank scheme

  • Computer and equipments

  • Maintenance of equipments

3.3.2- What are the financial provisions made in the College budget for supporting student research projects?

  • The students of the College are assigned as a part of internal evaluation.

  • There is no provision in College budget for supporting student's research projects.

  • The students are motivated to apply under research scholarships awarded by UGC, Rajiv Gandhi research scholarship scheme, Maulana Azad research scholarship scheme.

  • The facilities of research such as Books, E-resources, and internet are facilitated from College budget.

3.2.3 - Is there a provision in the institution to provide seed money to faculty for research? If so, what percentage of the faculty has received seed money in the last four years?

  • The College provides seed money to the faculty members undertaking Minor/Major research projects.

  • About 53% of faculty members undertaking research projects are provided the seed money on demand by the investigators.

  • The College ensures access to Infrastructural facility like research library, E-resources, E-books, E-Journals to facilitate the researchers to utilize the resources available.

  • Funds are allocated to each department to facilitate them to purchase books, research journals to support the students for research.

3.2.4- Are there any special efforts made by the College to encourage faculty to file for patents? If so, provide details of patents filed and enumerate the sanctioned patents.

The College encourages the faculty members to file for patents. No patents have been by the faculty members till today.



3.2.5- Provide the following details of ongoing research projects:




Year

number

name of the project

funding agency

total grants

A. College funded- NIL

Minor projects
















Major project
















Along with Industry
















B. Other agencies - national and international (specify)

Minor projects

2011 and 2014

05

Minor

UGC CRO Bhopal

770000/-

Major project

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Along with Industry

2012

01

Consultancy project

J.P.Cement Rewa

340000

3.2.6- How many departments of the College have been recognized for their research activities by national / international agencies (UGC-SAP, CAS, DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR, ICHR, ICPR, etc.) and what is the quantum of assistance received? Mention any two significant outcomes or breakthrough due to such recognition.

  • Department of the College recognized for their research activities are English, Economics, Geography, History, Hindi, Political Science, Sociology, Sanskrit Commerce for their involvement in research activities.

  • The UGC provides special funding to the departments adjudged as high rating departments.

3.2.7 List details of completed research projects undertaken by the College faculty in the last four years and mention the details of grants received for such projects (funded by Industry/ National/International agencies).

  • The faculty members of this College have undertaken 01 major project, 25 minor projects funded by UGC (CRO), Bhopal.

  • Twenty minor and one major project have been completed by the faculty members of this College since 2011. Details are as under-

Details of completed research projects -

S.N.

Name of the faculty with Dept.

Title of the Project

Type of Project

Grants received

Funding agency



Dr. Kalpana Agrawal

Teaching of English language in Rewa division

Major

652200/-

UGC New Delhi



Dr. Shalini Dubey

Folk Literature of Baiga Tribes in Distt. Shahdol (M.P.)

Minor

140000/-

UGC CRO Bhopal



Dr. Qamar Izhar

Economic Evaluation of workers engaged in Carpet Industry in Distt. Bhadohi U.P.

Minor

75000/-

UGC CRO Bhopal



Dr. G.P. Mishra

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Minor

120000/-

UGC CRO Bhopal



Dr. B.P. Singh

iUuk ftys esa i;ZVu fidkl dh LkaHkouk,a% ,d HkkSxksfyd v/;;u

Minor

120000/-

UGC CRO Bhopal



Dr. B.K. Shrama

vkfnoklh fodkl[k.M fiijkgh ftyk jhok% HkkSxksfyd v/;;u

Minor

140000/-

UGC CRO Bhopal



Dr. Sushil Dubey

Feudal System in Distt. Rewa

Minor

90000/-

UGC CRO Bhopal



Dr. Ajayshankar Pandey

Role of Vindhya Region in Indian Independence Movement

Minor

120000/-

UGC CRO Bhopal



Dr. Poonam Mishra

Role of Women in Indian National Movement

Minor

110000/-

UGC CRO Bhopal



Dr. Vandana Tripathi

rkjlIrd dh dforkvksa esa fcEc fo/kku

Minor

65000/-

UGC CRO Bhopal



Dr. Amit Shukla

ns'kh ,oa ns'kt 'kCn ,oa lkfgfR;d fganh

Minor

150000/-

UGC CRO Bhopal



Dr. S.P. Shukla

Violence against Women – Crises and Contradiction

Minor

85000/-

UGC CRO Bhopal



Dr. Akhilesh Shukla

Police public Relation

Minor

85000/-

UGC CRO Bhopal



Dr. R.P. Chaturvedi

T;ksfr"k xzaFkksa esa izlo foe'kZ

Minor

105000/-

UGC CRO Bhopal



Dr. Sanjay Shankar Mishra

Panchayati Raj System in pre & post colonial Era

Minor

48000/-

UGC CRO Bhopal



Dr. A.P. Shukla

jhok ftys esa vkS|ksfxd fodkl dh laHkkouk

Minor

100000/-

UGC CRO Bhopal



Dr. H.D. Gupta

Phosphotungistic Acid Catalysed Kinetics of Oxidation of Benzyl and p-Benzyl Alcohols By N-Chlorosaccharin in aqueous acetic acid medium

Minor

105000/-

UGC CRO Bhopal



Dr. Sanjay Singh

Study of cataylic effect of Cetyel tri-methyl ammonium Bromide on the oxidation of some primary alchohals by chlorosaccharin

Minor

125000/-

UGC CRO Bhopal



Dr. Anil Kumar Tiwari

Study of High Speed Solar Wind Stream Events

Minor

225000/-

UGC CRO Bhopal



Late. Dr. Santosh Shukla

Economic Condition of rehabilitated SC/ST in Bansagar Project

Minor

150000/-

UGC CRO Bhopal




  1. Research Facilities -

  • The College intends to promote research culture and research motivation in the campus. The College is a recognized centre for research in 13 disciplines with an enrollment of 169 research scholars.

  • The research coordination cell of the College publishes a multi-faculty national journal “Shodh Shanshleshan” with ISSN Number 2395-5694 to motivate research activities.

  • The College intends to organize student-centric research seminars to encourage them for research activities.

  • Integrated seminar is organized for the scholars of PG & UG to prepare a platform of research for them.

  • The faculty members remain active throughout the year in research activities such as participation in academic conferences, organization of academic activity such as participation in academic conferences, presentation of research papers, publication of papers, books, edited books etc.

  • The College facilitates research activities through research library equipped with IT facility, INFLIBNET.

  1. What efforts are made by the College to keep pace with the infrastructure requirements to facilitate Research? How and what strategies are evolved to meet the needs of researchers?

  • Under the supervisionof the research coordination cell the College intends to constantly upgrade the research requirements of the scholars.

  • The departments that are recognized research centers are facilitated with reference books, research journals.

  • Every department is equipped with computer and Wi-Fi facility where students have easy access to get the content downloaded. They can get the books of their interest issued.

  • The College has well equipped research library for the faculty members and the teachers as well. The library subscribes research journals, periodicals and back volumes to facilitate the faculty members to collect data for the major or minor projects ongoing. The researchers have easy access to library service.

  • The departments of Science have been provided with modern scientific equipments to facilitate scientific temper and research activities in the College. The College has purchased modern scientific equipments to facilitate research in science.

  1. Does the College have an information resource centre to cater to the needs of researchers? If yes, provide details on the facility.

  • The research co-ordination cell of the College serves as information resource centre; where the students can have information's about enrolment in research. The cell recommends the synopsis of the research scholars.

  • The central library of the College is a well equipped resource centre for the research scholars, where the students can have easy access to the resources &information regarding the data for research. The research library of the College facilitates the researchers with current data required for their topic.

  • The central library of the College has 117610 books and 46 Print journals to help the students collect information regarding research.

  • The research scholars can have access to E-books, E-Journal provided by UGC, INFLIBNET, N-LIST consortium.

  • The research guides are allotted two periods in a weak for research scholars. The research guides interact with the researchers on the topics allotted to them for research.

  • The College conducted pre-Ph.D. bridge course in Political Science, sociology, geography, Commerce and Sanskrit details of the course co-coordinators are as under –




S.N.

Name

Coordinator

1.

Dr. S.P. Shukla

Political Science

2.

Dr. Ajay Shankar Pandey

History

3.

Dr. Mahesh Shukla

Sociology

4.

Dr. G.P. Mishra

Geography

5.

Dr. Sanjay Shankar Mishra

Commerce

6.

Dr. Umakant

Sanskrit

7.

Dr. Nagesh K.Tripathi

Music

The external experts are invited by the course coordinators to delivers lectures on research oriented issues in different disciplines.

  1. Does the College provide residential facilities (with computer and internet facilities) for research scholars and faculty?

Number The College does not have the residential facility for the research scholars in the campus.

  1. Does the College have a specialized research centre/ workstation to address challenges of research programmes? If yes, give details.

  • The College is a recognized research centre in 12 subjects such as English/Economics, Geography, History, Hindi, Music, Library Science, Political Science, Philosophy, Sociology, Commerce and Law.

  • The departments recognized as centre for research are equipped with infrastructural facilities departmental library to cater the needs of the research scholars, the departments are facilitated with computers, internet service where the students undertaking research can have access for data from internet though the departments need more infrastructural facility to provide assistance to research.

  • The research library helps the students to collect material for research activity.




  1. Does the College have research facilities (centre, etc.) of regional, national and international recognition/repute? Give a brief description of how these facilities are made use of by researchers from other laboratories.

  • The College has research facilities of National recognition in faculty of Arts,

  • The students from all parts, of the country are enrolled in the research centre and the College provides research facilities in accordance with the resources available in the College.

  • The research is equipped with required facilities of research. Modern Research equipments exist in the Science faculty open for student's access undertaking research in Science.

  1. Research Publications and Awards

3.4.1- Highlight the major research achievements of the College through

∗ Major papers presented in regional, national and international conferences

∗ Publication per faculty

∗ Faculty serving on the editorial boards of national and international journals



∗Faculty members on the organization committees of international conferences, recognized by reputed organizations / societies.

  • Major papers presented in regional, national and international conferences

The faculty members of the College are actively involved in research activity. Most of the faculty members are invited to present papers in National/International conferences. They also publish their research papers at National and International level. The details of presented papers in National/International and regional conferences during last four years are as under –

  • Faculty participation and presentation of papers in conferences and Symposia: (2011-12)

Number of Faculty

International level

National level

State level

Attended Seminars/ Workshops

07

104

15

Presented papers

01

94

15

Resource Persons

00

12

01

  • Faculty participation in conferences and symposia: (2012-13)

    Number of Faculty

    International level

    National level

    State level

    Attended Seminars/Workshops

    07 

    188 

    07

    Presented papers

    01

    89

    06

    Resource Persons

    nil 

    09 

    04

  • Faculty participation in conferences and symposia: (2013-14)

Number of Faculty

International level

National level

State level

Attended Seminars/ Workshops

01

398

46

Presented papers

01

102

21

Resource Persons




14

05

  • Faculty participation in conferences and symposia: (2014-15)

Number of Faculty

International level

National level

State level

Attended Seminars/Workshops

08 

196 

11

Presented papers

02

96

10

Resource Persons

01

14

06

  • Publication per faculty -

The faculty members of the College publish research papers in National and International level journals. The details of publications by the faculty members are as under –

Details on research publications (2011-12)




International

National

Others

Peer Review Journals

19

172

10

Non-Peer Review Journals




11




e-Journals

06







Conference proceedings




12




Details on research publications (2012-13)




International

National

Others

Peer Review Journals

17

163




Non-Peer Review Journals




19

06

e-Journals

05







Conference proceedings




10





Details on research publications (2013-14)




International

National

Others

Peer Review Journals

50

245




Non-Peer Review Journals




25




e-Journals




12




Conference proceedings




07




Details on research publications (2014-15)




International

National

Others

Peer Review Journals

51

188




Non-Peer Review Journals




24

06

e-Journals

22







Conference proceedings




08




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