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Faculty serving on the editorial boards of national and international journals-

Title of the journal

ISSN/ISBN

Faculty engaged in publication

Position held

Fusion- International Journal

ISSN 2231-2005

Dr. Mahesh shukla

Editor

International Journal of Humanities, Engineering & Pharmaceutical Sciences E-journal

ISSN 0975- 4083

E-ISSN 2320-2955



Dr. S.P. Shukla

Associate editor

Periodic Research, Internal National Journal Impact factor 3.474

ISSN- 2231-0045

Dr. S.P. Shukla

Member advisory Board

Research journal of Arts, , Management & social Sciences- National Journal-

ISSN 0975- 4083

Dr. Akhilesh Shukla

Dr.Sandhya Shukla



Honorary editor

Research Journal of social & life Sciences- National Journal

ISSN 0973- 3914

Dr. Akhilesh shukla

Dr.Sandhya Shukla



Honorary editor

Kautilya- National Journal

ISSN 0975-9220

Dr. Ram lala Shukla

Editor

Jeevan Sandarbh- National Journal

ISSN 0975- 9239

Dr. Bhoopendra singh

Editor

Samaj Vaigyaniki- National Journal - 0973- 4201

ISSN 0973- 4201

Dr. Mahesh Shukla

Editor

Vindhyan- National Journal-

ISSN2249-1988

Dr.B.K.Sharma

Editor

VJBS- National Journal

ISSN

Dr. Anil KumarTiwari

Editor

Sodh Sanshleshan

ISSN Number 2395-5694.

Dr. Ram Lala Shukla


editor




  • Faculty members on the organization committees of international conferences, recognized by reputed organizations / societies.

A few faculty members have been in the organizing committee of International conferences and a few have been invited as resource persons in international conferences.

  1. Does the College publish research journal(s)? If yes, indicate the composition of the editorial board, publication policies and whether it is listed in international database?

Yes,

The College publishes two research journals entitled-

"Kautilya" and

"Shodh Sanshleshan".

The composition of editorial Board of Kautilya is as under –

Chief Patron

Patron


Chief Editor

Editor


Associate Editor

Assistant Editor


Deputy Editor

Dr. D.N.Mishra

Dr. Ram Lala shukla

Dr.Siddharth Shukla

Dr. Rameshwar Pandey

Dr. Vivek Shukla

Dr.Gireesh Chaturvedi

Brijendra Kushwaha

Arunendra Tiwari



Editorial Board

Dr. Abhilasha Gautam

Praveen Pathak

Praveen Shukla

Jigyasa Shukla



Assistance in Editing

Raghavi Shukla

K.K. Dwivedi

Manoj Shukla

O.P.Shukla

Dileep Shukla



Shodh Sanshleshan"

Chief Patron

Chief Editor

Assistant Editor

Editorial Board




Dr. S.U. Khan

Dr. Ram Lala shukla

Dr.Akhilesh Shukla

Dr. Sanjay Singh

Dr. Sanjay Shankar Mishra

Dr. Sandhya Shukla

Dr. Poonam Mishra

Dr. Nagesh Tripathi

Dr. B.K.Sharma

Dr. S.P.Singh

Dr. R.P.Ojha


Advisory Board

Dr. K.K.Sharma

Dr. Ajay Shankar Pandey

Dr. Anil Kumar Tiwari


Technical cooperation

Dr. Gireesh Tripathi

Anil Dwivedi

Dr. Brijendra Kushwaha

3.4.3- Give details of publications by the faculty:

∗ Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national / international)

The faculty members of the College publish research papers in peer reviewed National International Journals. Details of publication of faculty members publishing research papers are as under-





Departments

2011

2012

2013

2014




I*

N*

I*

N*

I*

N*

I*

N*

English




07




05




12




11

Economics




09




09




11




10

Geography

06

37

04

36

05

35

11

39

History




18




22




25




20

Hindi

04

25

04

16

30

16

03

27

Music




02

01

07

01

06




04

Pol. Science

01

11

01

09

03

21

01

07

Philosophy

01




02




01










Sanskrit

01

10

02

15

02

15

01

16

Sociology




29




37




85




52

Lib. Sc.

02




01
















Urdu

01




01
















Commerce

09




07




12




06




Zoology

03

07

03

07

01

06

03

11

Botany

02




02




02




02




Total

30

155

28

163

57

232

27

197

∗Monographs -NIL

∗Chapters in Books



Name of the faculty

Department

Number of Chapters Published

Dr Sandhya Shukla

Political Science

8

Dr Shashi Tripathi

Political Science

8

Dr Akhilesh Shukla

Sociology

12

Dr Mahesh Shukla

Sociology

4

Dr K K Sharma

Sociology

2

Dr Amit Shukla

Hindi

15

∗ Editing Books

Name of Faculty member as Editor

Title of the book

Publication

ISBN

Year

Dr. Sandhya Shukla

Dr.Akhilesh Shukla




Environment Protection (Hindi Version)

Gayatri publication,Rewa

978-81-87364-43-6

2011

Bhartiya Nari Kal Aur Aaj

Gayatri publication,Rewa

978-81-87364-45-0




Bhartiya Samaj-Issues and problems

Gayatri publication, Rewa

978-81-87364-48-1

2012

Samkalin Samaj Aur Sanskriti

Do

978-81-87369-59-7




Bharat men Samaj Parivartan evam Vikash

Do

978-81-87369-47-4


Bharat men Nagriya Samaj

Do

978-81-87369-63-4




Dr. Akhilesh Shukla

Urban Society in India

Gayatri publication, Rewa

978-81-87369-64-1




Bharat men Nagriya Samaj

Gayatri publication, Rewa

978-81-87369-63-4




Contemporary Indian Society And Culture

Gayatri publication, Rewa

978-81-87369-45-0




Social Change and Development in INdia

Gayatri publication, Rewa

978-81-87369-45-0




Social Change and Development in India (hindi ed.)

Gayatri publication, Rewa

978-81-87369-45-0




Bharat men Samaj Parivartan evam Vikash

Gayatri publication, Rewa

978-81-87369-47-4




Sangathan evam Prashashan

Gayatri publication, Rewa

978-81-87369-45-0




Image of Police In Modern India (hindi)

Gayatri publication, Rewa

978-81-87369-50-4




Sam kalin Samaj Evam Sanskrit

Gayatri publication, Rewa

978-81-87369-59-7




Dr Amit Shukla

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978-93-83292-12-7

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∗ Books with ISBN numbers with details of publishers

Name of Author

Title of the Book

Publisher

ISBN

Dr. S.P.Shukla

Coalition Government At the centre

Pratima Prakashan New Delhi

978-93-81713-07-5

Dr. Rameshwar Pandey

Rachana Aur Aalochana

Sahitya Kendra Publication Delhi, 2012

918-81-87303-48-0




Sahityik Anusandhan

Sahitya Kendra Publication Delhi, 2012

978-8187-303-56-3




Hindi Sahitya ki Vaicharik pristhbhoomi

Sahitya Kendra Publication Delhi, 2015

978-81-87303-56-5




Uttar adhunikta tatha anya nibandh

Sahitya Kendra Publication Delhi, 2011

978-93-89-15629-9


Dr. Ram Lala Shukla

Globalization in India

Sudha Publication Rewa

13978-81-910-394-0-5



  • Number listed in International Database (For e.g. Web of Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database-International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.) -

  • Research Square, Research Thompson Reuter, Eurasian Science Journal, Info-base, SOI (Scientific identifier), dare data base, DOAJ -Directory of open access journal.

  • Citation Index–range/average 01 to 3.5

  • SNIP - NILL

  • SJR - NILL

  • Impact factor–range/average -2.4 to 3.5

  • h-index- Nill

      1. Indicate the average number of successful M.Phil. And Ph.D. scholars guided per faculty.

Department

Average number of successful M.Phil/ Ph.D. candidates per faculty

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

Ph.D.

M.Phil

Ph.D

M.Phil

Ph.D

M.Phil

Ph.D

M.Phil

English

Dr.Shalini Dubey

Dr.Kalpana Agarwal

Dr.R.P.Ojha

Dr.Sarita Kadam

01


09

09



09

03


05

05



05

01


03

03



03

03

01



02

01



01

Economics

DR. R.L.Shukla

Dr. qamar Ijhar

Dr. R.N.Tiwari

Dr.V.N.Varma

01

04

04

04



04

03

01


01

07

05



05

05

01

01
02


06

03



03

03

01

02
01


06

03



03

03


Geography

Dr.S.U.Khan

Dr. G.P.Mishra

Dr.B.K.Sharma

Dr.A.K.Singh

Dr.B.P.Singh

Dr.Sushila Dwivedi

01


03

03



03
03

01

01



01

06

06



06
05


01


01

01



01
01

01
01

03

03



03
03

History

Dr.Sushil Dubey

Dr.Ajay Shankar Pandey

Dr. Poonam Mishra

Dr.R.P.Dubey

Dr.K.P.Singh


01

01


01

01

05

05
05


04

02

02



02

03

03


02

02

01



01

01

01

01
01



01

02

02


02

01

02

01
01



01

01


Hindi

Dr. U.K.Bhatnagar

Dr. Amit Shukla

Dr. Bhoopendra Singh

Urmila Varma

Brijlali Patel

Rameshwar Pandey



01

01



01

01
02


02


01

02

01

01

01



01
02

01

02



02

02

01

01

02



01

01

02



02

01



02

01

01



03

01

01



03

Music

Dr. Nagesh Tripathi

Dr.Sarita Pathak




04




05

04





02

02





07

06



Pol. Science

Dr.Sandhya shukla

Dr.Gayatri mishra

Dr.Shashi Tripathi

Dr.Preeti pandey

Dr.S.P.Shukla

Dr.Urmila garg

04

04


05

05



05

05

06


02

03



01

04

04



04

04

05


03

03



04
01

02

01



01

01

02


03

03



03
02

04

03



03

03

03



03

Philosophy

Dr.Parashuram tiwari


02




02

01

03




01




Sanskrit

Dr.R.P.Chaturvedi

Dr.U.K.Mishra

03

04


04

04


04

02


03

03


03

02


03

02


03

04


02

01



Sociology

Dr.K.K.Sharma

Dr. Mahesh Shukla

Dr.Akhilesh Shukla

Dr.Shaheda Siddiqi

Dr.Madhulika


02

05

05

05



05

05

02

02
02



01

06

05



05

05

05


04

02


02

01

03

03

03



03

02

04

03

01



02

01

04

03

03



03

03


Lib. Sc.

Dr.R.K.Sharma

Dr.S.P.Singh

03

07

06



04

04

03


04

06

06





10


Commerce

Dr. Sanjay Shankar

Dr.Awadh Shukla

Dr. Manish Shukla


02

02


11

10



10

03

03


15

15



15

02

03


11

10



10

02

13

13

12



Zoology

Dr. Amit Tiwari














01











Botany-

dr. Arpita Awasthi







02




03




02





Physics

Dr.Anil Tiwari


02




02




02




02





Chemical Science

Dr. H.D.gupta

Dr. Sanjay singh










05

04





07

07





08

07






  1. What is the stated policy of the College to check malpractices and misconduct in research?

  • The College ensures qualitative research and has developed mechanism to check any possibility of malpractices and misconduct applied by scholars pursuing research-The policy of the College is to monitor the periodic progress of the scholars.

  • Student attendance–Periods in the time table have been allotted for research guidance to each faculty members. 02 Period in a weak has been allotted in the time table.

  • It is mandatory for the research scholar to put in 200 days of attendance with the research guides.

  • The research guides very carefully scrutinizes the chapter wise progression of the students and the data collected by them on concerning research topics.

  • Occasional checking of plagiarism is done by the guides on the software available.

It is thus ensured that the scholars do not use malpractices and misconduct in their research.

  1. Does the College promote interdisciplinary research? If yes, how many inter departmental/ inter disciplinary research projects have been undertaken and mention the number of departments involved in such an Endeavour.

  • The College motivates the faculty members to undertake inter-disciplinary research and conduct research projects funded by UGC.

  • Dr. Rameshwar Pandey faculty member of Hindi department has undertaken a minor research project on T.S.Illiot ki Kavya Manyatayen.

  • Dr. S.P. Shukla submitted his minor research project on “Violence against Women” taking in view the sociological issue of violence and its political repercussions.

  • National seminars have been organized by the different departments on inter-disciplinary issue a few National seminars needs mention.

  • Workshops on inter-disciplinary issue have been organized by the several departments like.

  • The College organized state level seminars and workshops to motivate the inter-disciplinary research.

  • IQAC organizes seminars and workshops at institutional level.

  1. Mention the research awards instituted by the College. - NIL

  2. Provide details of

  • Research awards received by the faculty–Nil

  • Recognition received by the faculty from reputed professional bodies and agencies -NIL

  1. State the incentives given to faculty for receiving state, national and international recognitions for research contributions. -Nil

  1. Consultancy

  • The faculty members are directly and indirectly involved in consultancy services to the institutions, industries and different agencies.

  • The College promotes & encourages the faculty members to offer their expertise in the form of consultancy services with a view to disseminate their knowledge in different areas.

  1. What is the stated policy of the College for structured consultancy? List a few important consultancy services undertaken by the College.

  • The College has potential enough to offer its expertise, knowledge and information to the society. A number of experts in the College are invited to disseminate their knowledge information and academic experience by the different institutions and agencies.

  • More than 43 faculty members of the College have been master trainers in the National, State and local elections. The faculty members offer their consultancy on demand by the different institutions, agencies and industries.

S.N.

Name of Faculty

Name of institution where consultation was provided

Nature of consultation& title with date

17.03.12

Dr.Mahesh Shukla

Govt. Girls College Satna

Social justice

19.03.2012

Govt. M.K.B.College Jabalpur

social factors in Language development

28.03.12

Jalad Trimurti College Nagod, Satna

sucidal problems in Rewa division

23.01.2013

Govt.P.G.College Chhindwara

Problems of drug addiction among youth

12.03.2012

Police control room, Rewa

violence against woman

06.10.2014

Indian social Science association Agra

Role of corporate responsibility

21.03.2015

Christian College Indore

CSR in INdia

10.09 2013

Red cross society Rewa

Sucide prevention

11.07.2014

Dr.S.P.Shukla

Office, Zonal Police superintendent

Communal riots and communal organization

27.09.2014

Holkar Science College Indoor

Collaboration with national/Internal Instituions

01.01.1015

Police training school Rewa

Personality development

23.01 2015

Police training school Rewa

stress management

25.01 2015

Police training school Rewa

Time management

26.02.2015

Govt.P.G.College Satana

Teachers training

06.04.2013

Rajiv Gandhi College of management Bhopal

Stress management

21.03 2013

Institute of excellence

Autonomous scheme and Examination System

24.12.12

Police control Room Rewa

Need of Social Upliftment of weaker Sections in Society

19.12 2015

Govt. New Science College Rewa

NACC Assessment and prepareration of SSR

Dr. Awadh Shukla




Govt. Madhav College of Arts, & Commerce UJJAIN

State level Teacher' training Program




  1. Does the College have College-industry cell? If yes, what is its scope and range of activities?

NIL

  1. What is the mode of publicizing the expertise of the College for consultancy services? Mention the departments from whom consultancy was sought.

  • The faculty members are engaged in writing research articles to reputed international, national journals that are peer reviewed/referred journals.

  • The consultancy is assured by the faculty members in guiding the research scholars in various disciplines.

  • A number of faculty members are associated with the publication of National/International journals in capasity of editor, Associate editor, advisor, Reviewer. 07 faculty members are associated in such activities. It is one of the modes to publicize their expertise for consultancy.

  • A number of faculty members are invited as resource persons in national and international conferences to share their academic expertise.

  • A few faculty members are invited by the different institutions to deliver their lectures on issues of social, political importance.

  • A few faculty members serve as references of national/international journals.

  • A few faculty members have published and edited a number of reference and text books.

These are the different modes to publicize the expertise of the College for consultancy services.

  1. How does the College encourage the faculty to utilize the expertise for consultancy services?

  • The College encourages the faculty members to participate in consultancy services to the institutions. A few faculty members are frequently invited by other institutions to provide consultancy services on community schemes, quality assurance in higher education.

  • The faculty members are motivated to publish their research articles in national & international articles.

  • The College encourages the faculty members to undertake consultancy projects and other minor & major projects.

  1. List the broad areas of consultancy services provided by the College and the revenue generated during the last four years.

The broad areas of consultancy services provided by the faculty members on-

  • Quality assurance initiativesin Higher education,

  • Autonomy,

  • Semester system in Higher education,

  • Examination reform,

  • Preparation for NAAC- SSR and IQAC.

  • Corporate Social Responsibility

Dr. Mahesh Shukla, faculty member of sociology is working on a consultancy project of J.P. Cement Rewa.

  1. Extension Activities and Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR)

  1. How does the College sensitize the faculty and students on Institutional Social Responsibilities? List the social outreach programmes which have created an impact on students’ campus experience.

  • The College organizes National/State level and institutional level seminars and workshops on issues of current social and national importance to sensitize the faculty members on issue like gender violence, women empowerment, aids awareness, population explosion, environmental degradation, National voter’s day celebrations, global warming; all the faculty members and students participate with great enthusiasm in the sensitization programmes.

  • Faculty members attend workshops, seminars as participant, chairpersons and resource persons to sharp their views on the issue of current importance.

  • The extension activities organized by the College help the students to instill in them a sense of social responsibility, nationalism and social values.

  • The personality development cell of the College organized programs on positive thinking stress management, cultural ethos, moral values and the renewed persons to motivate them towards moral education, character building and personality development.

Environmental studies as a foundation course –

  • Environmental studies are offered in the curriculum of U.G. Scholars as a foundation course.

  • Extra Curricular activities–NSS, NCC, Youth Festival, Pratibha Kiran, Recorss, Red ribbon club, Book bank club are functioning in the College to motivate the students to take part in extension activities, community service.

  • These efforts intend to broaden the outlook of the students and create a sense of social responsibility in them.

  • NSS

  • NCC

  • Red cross

  • Pratibha Bank

  • Outreach Programs – The outreach programs are organized to sensitize the students to imitational social responsibility.

  • Blood Donation Camps

  • Health Awareness Program

  • Medical Check-up Camps

  • Energy Conservation Camps, rallies

  • Plantation Activities

  1. How does the College promote College-neighborhood network and student engagement, contributing to holistic development of students and sustained community development?

  • The College promote College neighborhood network and the students are motivated to engage in awareness programs to neighboring community –

  • Temple cleaning program was held by the Red cross unit

  • The NSS Camps.

  • Candle march

  • Awareness rally

  • National voter’s program

  1. -How does the College promote the participation of students and faculty in extension activities including participation in NSS, NCC, YRC and other National/ International agencies?

  • The College promotes the participation of students and faculty in extension activities.

  • The NSS camps are organized in ever academic session in which the students participate and attend the camp for 7 days.

  • These camps are organized in the remote villages. The notice to this effect is published on the notice board and the students interested to participate in the camps apply to the Professor in-charge.

  • The College has two units of NSS for boys and girls separately. The students participating in the camps visit the villages and make the villagers aware about the community development programs and also about the problems of current focus like population explosion, female literacy, environment protection, gender equality and the like.

  • The students of NSS participate in National and State level camps. Several have participated in NIC and youth festival.

  • The students of NCC unit participate in University/state and national level camps. Several students of the College have participated in pre-RDC parade at Rajpath, New Delhi. A few NCC cadets were seleccted for TSC at National level.

  • One cadet was selected for International camp.

  1. Give details on social surveys, research or extension work (if any) undertaken by the College to ensure social justice and empower the under-privileged and most vulnerable sections of society?

  • Department of Sociology and M.S.W. conducted social surveys to ensure social justice and empower the underprivileged and most vulnerable sections of society.

  • NSS unit of the College promote the students to conduct surveys on issues on girl's literacy, Pollution, Sanitation and Heigiene.

  • A M. Phil scholar of Sociology under Dr. Mahesh shukla conducted a detailed survey on violence against Men by Woman in Distt Rewa.

  • Several students of M. Phil politiical Science conducted surveys on violence against woman in Rewa District.

  1. Give details of awards / recognition received by the College for extension activities / community development work.

The College has recieved awards and recognitions in different sector for extension activities and community development work.

  • Red cross- Redcross Unit of the College recieved Award for Best Co-ordination in seven events under team counsellor Dr. Akhilesh Shukla.

  • 08 Cadets of this College were selected for Thal Sena Camp at National level in August 2014.

  • 02 cadets Abhimanyu Pandey & Subham singh Somvanshi were selected for RDC pared at Rajpath New Delhi in 2013.

  • 02 cadets Suraj Singh, Amit shuklawere selected for RDC pared at Rajpath New Delhi in 2014.

  • Abhimanyu Pandey & Subham singh Somvanshi recieved 'A' grade in 2013

  • 56 Cadets were awarded B certificate in 2011-12.

  • 43 Cadets were awarded B certificate in 2011-12.

  • Cadet Uma Shankar Vidhen recieved best cadet award in 2014 with Rs. 3500/-

  • Two cadets Sandeep Kushwaha & Akash Mishra participated in National Camp of Advanced Leadership SSV capsule camp.

  • 05 cadets of this college were selected for RDC camps in 2015.

  • Rana Veerkeshwar Prasad was selected for best Cadet Award.

  • Cadet received Rs. 5000/- by The Governor of M.P. for playing Tabla.

  • Cadet Rana Veerkeshwar Singh selected for International level in Youth exchange program 2015.

  1. Reflecting on objectives and expected outcomes of the extension activities organized by the College, comment on how they complement students’ academic learning experience and specify the values and skills inculcated?

  • The student’s involvement in extension activities does not only broaden their outlook but also motivates them to learn the human values, spirit of community service & nationalism in the true sense.

  • It inculcates in them the values of compassion, co-ordination, co-operation and commitment.

  • The students are trained in community and civic values. It is helpful for the students in understanding the importance of team work, the virtues of leadership, & inter-personal relationship

  • The students can understand the importance of team work can develop the virtues of leadership, Inter-personal relationship.

  • The academic projects assigned to them Involving field work helps them to understand the rustic life and the problems of rural people.

  • Extension activities help to instill in them self-confidence, enthusiasm, fraternity and self esteem.

  • The students are promoted to develop teaching skill, counseling skills, Interpersonal relationship.

  • The details of participation of the student in extension activities organized by the

  • Workshops on personality development.

  • NSS camps

  • NCC camps

  • Voter’s awareness program

  1. How does the College ensure the involvement of the community in its outreach activities and contribute to the community development? Detail the initiatives of the College which have encouraged community participation in its activities.

  • The College ensures the involvement of the community with the outreach initiatives organized by the College.

    • NSS camps, involve the rural people in the cultural, awareness activities. Students of the department participated in Blood donations camps, worked as volunteers in distribution of tri-cycles to the handicapped.

    • Red cross activities

      • Medical checkup camps

      • Workshops on health awareness programs

  • NCC cadets also participate in Blood donation camps.

  • The College ensures the involvement of community in its outreach activities. Several initiatives are taken by the College to encourage community participation. The details are as under.

  • NSS camps (for 07 Days) are organized in every academic session in remote villages. The consent of the village Sarpanch is assured before organizing the NSS camp in the village.

  • The College ensures participation of villages in the activities of the camps. Few village people are nominated as the local representative in the camps.

  • The village people actively participate in the initiatives of awareness of the students. ‘Prabhat Pheris’ and other extension activities organized in the camps. The students participating in NSS activities are promoted to participate in health checkup programs, distribution of free medicines and cultural programs.

  • Red cross unit of the College organizes health awareness eye test blood test camps the health and hygiene camps are organized in the village.

  • Red cross unit invite doctors medical expert to deliver lectures on primary health techniques First Aid, diabetes, stress and other diseases. The people from community also take part in these initiatives.

  • Red ribbon club organizes lectures and awareness programmes on HIV, AIDS.

  1. Does the College have a mechanism to track the students’ involvement in various social movements / activities which promote citizenship roles?

The College tracks the involvements of the students by assigning them projects on rural development level of literacy and environmental studies.

  • The students are sent to remote villages by the NSS program officer to prepare a report on the different problem of the rural people.

  • The best volunteer is selected and sent to national/University level camps. This motivates the student to fair well in the activities of the camp,

  • The performance of the camps is evaluated by the program officer and given a certificate of excellence at the end of the camps.

  • Performance of students in NCC activities are also adjudged by the number of students participating in the University state and national level or pre-RDC camps is also a medium of tracking the students involvement in extension activities and social movement.

  • The College maintains the records of the students who participate in the NSS, NCC, Redcross energy conservation movements and other activities involving awareness initiatives for the society that promote the citizenship roles.

  • The College promotes the participation of students in such activities.

  • The involvement of students in NSS programs is evaluated by the program officer. The best volunteer is selected in the NSS camps and sent to state and national level camps.

  • The students participating in the camps assessed on account of their performance leadership roles co-ordination activities level of involvement in the activities initiated in the camps like literacy awareness their sense of hygiene, discipline and their level of participation in other NSS activities.

  • The better performers are given the certificate of excellence.

NCC

  • The College maintains the records of the cadets participating in NCC event.

  • The cadets are assessed on account of their participation, co-operation, leadership and level of motivation in extension activities. The cadets are selected for the University state and national level camps ‘C’ ‘C+’ certificate pre-RDC parades on account of their performance.

  • The NCC cadets of College have been selected for pre RDC pardes in 2012, 2013, 2014 & 2015. Two NCC cadets of the College selected for best cadet award in 2013 & 2014.

  • A number of cadets were selected for TSC camps at national level in 2013 and 2014.

  • One NCC cadet of this college was selected for the international level camp in 2015.

Red Cross

  • The involvement of students in Red Cross activities are also assessed on the account of their level of participation in health awareness schemes.

  • The Red Cross unit of the College won the National level award on account of their performance in Shimla, under the Professor in charge Dr. Akhilesh shukla.

Energy conservation programs-

  • Dr. Anil Tiwari faculty member of physics organizes energy conservation awareness rallies to motivate the community about energy saving initiatives.

  • The students participating in extension activities are given certificates of participation &certificate of excellence on the basis of their level of performance.

National Voter’s day celebration

The College organizes inter-collegial district and division level events of speech debate singing dancing and essay competition every year to collaborate national voter’s day. The performance of students participating in national voter’s day are evaluated and awarded on 25thJanuary every year.



  1. Give details on the constructive relationships (if any) with other institutions in the nearby locality in working on various outreach and extension activities.

The College ensure constructive relationship with other institution in the nearby locality throng it’s outreach programs held in other institutions details of activities and services rendered by the institution in nearby locality are as under-

S.n.

Prof. In charge

host Institution/organization

Events held/ Services rendered

1.

Dr. Akhilesh Shukla

Kurukshetra

National Camp Redcross activities, Health check up camps, motivational schemes.

Govt. T.R.S. Collge Rewa

Primary Health Training Camp

Rani Talab

Primary Health Chek-up

2.

Dr. Anil Tiwari




Energy conservation initiatives, Save energy campaigns, awareness rallies

3.

Dr. S.P. Shukla

Model Science College rewa

Career campus programs, motivation to participation in career fair. career stall

4.

Dr. Shashi Tripathi




Voter's awareness programmes & Rally

Dr.Ravindra Dhurve, Prof.-in-Charge, N.C.C., Organized National Integration Camp in which five cadets of the college participated. 10 cadet participated in tracking camp Amarkantak. Three cadets participated in NIC camp in December 2013. Blood Donation camp was organized by Dr. Ravindra Dhurve. 08 Cadets participated in TSC camp in August 2014. In September 2014 NCC unit organized rally on Nasha Mukti.

  1. Give details of awards received by the institution for extension activities and/contributions to the social/community development during the last four years.

The College has recieved awards and recognitions in different sector for extension activities and community development work.

  • Red cross- Redcross Unit of the College recieved Award for Best Co-ordination in seven events under team counsellor Dr. Akhilesh Shukla.

  • Cadet Uma Shankar Vidhen recieved best cadet award in 2014 with Rs. 3500/-

  • One Cadet received Rs. 5000/- by The Governor of M.P. for playing Tabla.

  • The NSS volunteers of this college won Ist Prize in state level Youth competition held in Bhopal.

  1. Collaboration

  • The College ensures the academic collaboration with the agencies and institution nationwide, through hosting seminars conferences/workshops, participating in seminars/conferences/workshops, dissemination of knowledge research and teacher’s exchange.

  • The College is one among the twelve other Colleges of the State to enter into collaborative with National/Internationallevel institution selected by the Department of Higher Education under the scheme of RUSA (Rastriya Uchchtar shiksha abhiyan).

  • The College has signed an MOU with Holkar Science College Indore, for academic collaboration.

  • The College hosts National seminars and workshops sponsored by UGC, in which Academic experts from all parts, of the nation are invited to share their research achievements.

  • The College organized a national workshop in collaboration with labour department and UNICEF (unite for children) on elimination of child labour and role of NGO’s.

  • Dr. Mahesh Shukla a faculty member of Sociology has undertaken a consultancy projects in collaboration with J.P.Cement Rewa.

  • The College’s collaboration with other agencies has impact on visibility, identity and diversity of activities in campus; it has been of great worth to academic benefit of the College.

  • The organization of workshops and seminars provides a platform for the interaction amongst expert research scholars and faculty members.

  • The students are motivated and facilitated to work with the community on Health, Hygiene, Environment protection, Energy conservation, Women empowerment, legal literacy & Plantation events, Prevention of Child labour etc.

  • Dr. Awadh shukla, faculty member of Commerce Dr. Sanjay Singh, faculty member of Chemistry, Dr. S. P. Shukla, faculty member of Political Science participated in teacher exchange programs and visited different Institutions in the State.

  1. How has the College’s collaboration with other agencies impacted the visibility, identity and diversity of activities on the campus? To what extent has the College benefitted academically and financially because of collaborations?

  • The college coolaboration with other agencies has benefitted the college in introducing rforms in academic activities.

  • The faculty members share the informations and experiences obtained with other members of the faculty.

  • They also try to implement the techniques applied by the organizations where they visit for collaboration.

  1. Mention specific examples of, how these linkages promote

  • Curriculum development

  • The College ensures linkage with the community industry and national level institution to aid and advice in the revision of syllabic, the representatives of all these reactions as ensured in the Board of Studies and Academic Council.

  • A suggestion of the members in rebasing and updating the syllabus is ensured.

  • Internship, On-the-job training

  • The students and faculty member of the College are motivated to participate in internship programs and on-the job training courses conducted by other institution.

  • The department of physics and computer Science collaborate with different agencies and sends the B.C.A. students for Internship programs-details.




Year

Number of students

Agencies of collaboration

2011-12

107


  • Softpro India, Kapoorthala Lucknow

  • Vedi SOFT, M.P.Nagar Zone II Bhopal

  • APPLE solutions, 81 M.P.Nagar,Zone II, Bhopal

  • Base IT solutions PVT.LTD. G-2, 230,Mohini Tower sector-c Indrapuri Bhopal

  • Naresh IT, Amerpet Hyderabad

  • Lunex Technology PVT. Rewa

  • CMC computer Academy, Ramagovind palace Rewa

2012-13

100


2013-14

105


2014-15

76

  • The Students of M.Sc. Bio-tech undertake projects and visit research Institutions for Internship. Number of students of Bio-Technology participating in Internship programs are as under-

2011-12

2012-2013

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

36

30

29

30

21

Details of a few projects udertaken by the students under Internship Programs are as under-

Name of the students

title of the Project

name of the Institutions

Year

Ajay Kumar dwivedi

Yiest fermentation and Brewing Management

Som distillaries and Breweriws ltd. Bhopal

2011-12

Ajay kumar Patel

Molecular characterization of Gemini virus associated with curl desease in potato leaf samples collected from different regions of U.P.

Bio-tech Park in Bio-technology city Lucknow




Akansha Tripathi

Expression and purification of Sigma factor from mycobagterium Tuberculosis

Vallabhbhai chest Institute Delhi




Anamika Singh

Micribial Water analysis

Plectico Pharmaceutical Ltd. Indore




Ankita Pandey

Frequency of PS3 gene polymorphism in North India Cronic Myeloid Leukamia Patients

Department of Bio-chemistry molecular oncology lab, Maulana Azad Medical College New Delhi




Anu Tiwari

Sterile tests

Pleuico Pharmaceuticals LTD Indore




Arti singh

Sythesis and evolution of INM WS for rapid wound healing properties

INMAS DELHI




Jyoti Dubey

Analysis of drug susceptibilities of pell and fzol mutant in candida Albicans

School of life sciences JNU, New Delhi




Pranjali Anand

Genetic Transformation of Indica riceAPMS-6b with cry 1 Aa3 Gene

Directorate of rice research Hyderabad




Abha Tripathi

Micropropagation studies of Dandrocalamus strictus from adult Nodal Explant

SFRI Jabalpur

2012-13

Anju Katel

BRCAI promoter metylation and expression in sporadic breast cancer

Institute of Cytology & Prentive Oncology




Kanchen Patel

Purification & Characterization of urinary protien Possesing diagnostic properties for diabetic nephropathy

SGPGI Lucknow




Neelam Pandey

Production of single cell protien from wastes

Motilal Nehru National Institute of technology, Allahabad


puneeta patel

in vitro antioxidant envaluation colebrookea lamiaceae leaf

Himalayan pharmacy institute sikkim.




ramhmi panday

micro propagation of nasturtium -an ornamental plant through tissue culture.

Allele life sciences,noida(u.p).




Rashmi singh

characterozation of lipase producing bacteria using 16s RNA

PBRI Bhopal




Rohit mishra

Study of molecular Parameters in Chronic Lymphocytic

Lrukrmia.



AIIMS New Dellhi




Shivali Pandey

InVitro Anyimicrobial activity of E.coil,S.aureus &Aeruginosa

Lupin Bhopal




Chandan Gupta

Isolation Staining of food born pathogen by using RAPD method

Biotech Consortium India Limited Delhi

2013-14

Nidhi Verma

Production of lipase through solid state fermentation of agro waste

Oniosome healthcare private limited Mohali




Poonam mishra

production optimization characterization and application of an alkaline thermos table Mannose"

Omega Test House Chandigarh




Pratisha patel

An alkaline thermostable protease having application in detergent.

Omega test House Chandigarh



Priya Dwivedi

Development and Characterization of ligand anchored nanocarries for site specific delivery of bioactive

Oniosome Healtcare private limited mohali




Amit singh Baghel

In-process quality control test for Solid dosage forms.

ALpa Laboration




A few faculty members have attended on-job training courses conducted by RCVP academy of administration Bhopal, Details are as under-



Name of faculty

Training courses attended

Dates

Name of the organizing institution

S.P. Shukla

Teaching skill


30-12-13 to

03-01-14


RCVP Academy of Administration, Bhopal

Teaching skill


16-09-13 to

20-09-13


RCVP Academy of Administration, Bhopal

Personality development


22-12-14 to

26-12-14


RCVP Academy of Administration, Bhopal

Personality development

26-06-14 to

28-06-14


RCVP Academy of Administration, Bhopal

Quality assurance in higher education Vice- chancellors meet

16-17 April 2013

RCVP Academy of Administration, Bhopal

Official and financial management

16.08.2010 to 20.08.10

RCVP Academy of Administration, Bhopal

National/International at institution collaboration

19.09 2014

Holkar Science College

Dr.Mahesh Shukla

Role and duties of grievance committee

06.01.12 to 06.01.12

RCVP Academy of Administration, Bhopal

Master trainers program Teaching Methodology

24.03.14 to

29.03.14


RCVP Academy of Administration, Bhopal

Preparing developmental proposals for UGC

14.09.15 to

18.09.15


RCVP Academy of Administration, Bhopal

Dr. Gayatri Mishra

Office and Finance Management

02.08.10 to 06.08.10

RCVP Academy of Administration, Bhopal

Total Quality Management

05.09.11 t0 09.09.11

RCVP Academy of Administration, Bhopal

Training Need analysis

28.11.11to

09.12 11


RCVP Academy of Administration, Bhopal

Different rules and Finance Procedure

27.05.13 to

31.05.13


RCVP Academy of Administration, Bhopal

Dr. Awadh Shukla

Compatibility with W.T.O.

29.08.2013 to 31.08.2013

RCVP Academy of Administration, Bhopal

Dr. Awadh Shukla

Master trainers Program on Teaching Skill

24.02.2014 to 01.03.2014

RCVP Academy of Administration, Bhopal

Dr.Sanjay Singh

Master trainers Program on Teaching Skill

24.02.2014 to 01.03.2014

RCVP Academy of Administration, Bhopal

  • Faculty exchange and development

02 Faculty members have participated in faculty exchange and development schemes

S.N.

Name of faculty

Institution visited

Date

1.

Dr. Awadh Shukla

Institute for excellence, Bhopal- Cluster for Enhancing Quality through Innovation & Collaboration

23.02.2105 to 28.02.2015




Dr. Awadh Shukla

Govt. Madhav College of Arts, & Commerce UJJAIN- State level Teacher' training Program

04.08.2014 to 08.08.2014

11.08.14 to15.08.14

01.09.14 to 05.09.14

08.09.14 to 12.09.14

07.14 to 11.10.14

13.10.14 to 17.10.14



2.

Dr. Sanjay Singh

Teacher's training program organized by Maha Kaushal College Jabalpur (M.P.)




  • Research, Publication

The faculty members publish research papers as a result of collaboration.

  • Consultancy, Extension

  • Student placement

The placement cell of the College has linkages with a number of agencies, which are invited for recruitment of student. The linkage with the agencies like, Larsen and Tubro, reliance India Insurance, District employment office helps the institution to placement activities.


  • Any other, please specify

  1. Does the College have MOUs nationally/internationally and with institutions of national importance/other universities/ industries/corporate houses etc.? If yes, explain how the MOUs have contributed in enhancing the quality and output of teaching-learning, research and development activities of the College?

'Yes'

  • The College has signed an MOU with Holkar Science College on exchange of faculty and students under the scheme of collaboration of National and International level institutions.

  • The College is looking forward to have more MOU's with industries and other institutions.

The faculty members are motivated to execute MOU with agencies & organizations at National level.

  1. Have the College industry interactions resulted in the establishment / creation of highlyspecialized laboratories / facilities?

Nill


CRITERION IV:

INFRASTRUCTURE AND LEARNING RESOURCES





  1. Physical Facilities

Adequate and proper infrastructural facilities and it’s access to students is key to initiate for competence building and quality assurance in higher education. The College strives hard to ensure better facilities of physical infrastructure and learning resources to the student’s to assure quality in education

4.1.1-How does the College plan and ensure adequate availability of physical infrastructure and ensure its optimal utilization?



  • This is a multi faculty College with 7024 enrolled scholars in the current session. The College has introduced several self finance schemes in Arts, Science and Commerce.

  • The College has adequate infrastructural facilities and learning resources including 46 class rooms, 06 laboratories 01 staff rooms, recently constructed girls hostel, boys hostel, central library, research library, girl's common room, play ground for indoor and outdoor sports and a well equipped conference hall with ICT facility like LCD Projectors, Interactive boards and modern equipments required for teaching.

  • The College has 47.24 acres area of land in its possession with built up area of 14284.11 Sq. Meter. The College has a multi-purpose auditorium for organizing seminars workshops cultural literary extracurricular and co-curricular activities. The auditorium is equipped with a stage and resting capacity of 300 students.

  • The central library of the College is equipped with 1,17610 total reference & text books with INFLIBNET& ‘N’ list program. The College has developed a well equipped research library for the faculty members and research scholars. Student's access to INFLIBNET & ‘N’ list programs are ensured. The entire College is equipped with Wi-Fi, Swan, LAN and internet facility. The College has E-library with E-resources.

  • The College has developed 18 master class-rooms with the ICT facilities for the students each department endowed with classrooms having LCD projectors and computers open to access for students.

  • The College has 08 laboratories for Science which are made equipped with modem scientific equipments open for access to research scholars and students

  • Details of the scientific equipments available in the labs are

  • The College has developed 09 computer labs having more than200 computers with Internet facility. The students of B.C.A., B.Com. (CA), M.Sc (CS).The access to computer and internet is ensured by the College.

  • The College has recently constructed 35 seater a girl's hostel for the female students remote areas.

  • The College provides rooms for examination cell, Academic cell, UGC cell, autonomy cell, IQAC Cell, career counseling cell, confidential cell, and remedial cell.

  • The College provides girls toilet common room, toilet and common room for the woman faculties.

  • The College manages a staff-room for the faculty members.

  • Each department of the College is provided with a departmental library &office equipped with computer and internet facility.

  • Facilities of scooter parking car parking for the boys, girls and staff members are provided separately.

  • Inverter, Photo-copier is provided to almost all the departments.

  • The facilities of pure water are made available by installing water purifier and Ro’s in all the wings of the College.

  • Neat and clean toilet for the boys, girls and faculty members exist in the campus.

  • The College has a well equipped language lab in English department.

  • The College has highly developed sports facilities such as multi–facility Indoor sports complex, Indoor badminton court, lawn tennis court, handball court, kho-kho, kabaddi, volley wall-02 court, table tennis, wrestling, Indoor and outdoor basket ball facility.

  • The College has constructed an outdoor sports stadium for hockey, Athletic events (8 lane running track of 400 miters).

4.1.2 - Does the College have a policy for creation and enhancement of infrastructure in order to promote a good teaching-learning environment? If yes, mention a few recent initiatives.

  • 'Yes' the College has a policy for creation and enhancement of infrastructure in order to promote a good teaching- learning environment.

  • The College has a policy to upgrade infrastructural facilities in order to provide better infrastructural facilities required for the smooth teaching learning conditions.

  • Lab equipments are provided to the Science department on demand.

  • The College provides new books in each academic session to enrich the departmental library.

  • Modern devices of teaching and learning like LCD screen, interactive board, computers, printers and photocopiers are provided by the College to the department on demand.

  • The College has installed swan, and lAN facility to provide internet connection to all the department.

  • The entire campus of the College is equipped with Wi-Fi facility.

4.1.3 - Does the College provide all departments with facilities like office room, common room, and separate rest rooms for women students and staff?

'Yes,


  • All the departments have been provided with separate department rooms, staff rooms with computer and internet.

  • The College has a girls common room with toilet facility,

  • There is a separate staff room for all the departments.

  1. How does the College ensure that the infrastructure facilities meet the requirements of students/staff with disabilities?

  • The College tries its level best to ensure the infrastructural facility to meet the requirement of the staff and students.

  • The College administration takes special care of the differently disabled students. Ramps facility is provided to the physically challenged student in new building, composite building, main building and Commerce block to facilitate the disabled students to ensure their easy access to class-rooms.

  1. How does the College cater to the residential requirements of students? Mention

∗ Capacity of the hostels and occupancy (to be given separatelyfor men and women)

∗Recreational facilities in hostel/s like gymnasium, yoga center, etc. -NIL

∗Broadband connectivity / wi-fi facility in hostel/s.- NIL


  • The College has recently constructed a well maintained girl's hostel facility to provide accommodation for 35 girls coming from remote areas.

  • The College has recently managed a boys' hostel which is being renovated with all the required amenities for 100 students.

  1. How does the College cope with the health related support services for its students, faculty and non-teaching staff on the campus and beyond?

  • Of campus medical facilities are provided by the College. The doctors are available on call First aid box is available in the sport department to cure the occasional patient.

  • The teachers and staff members are covered in family benefits schemes (FBS). The College has a fitness gym for the students and staff.

  • Special medical leaves maternity leaves and paternity leaves are available as per Government rules to the faculty members for the occasional medical assistance.

  • The students are also covered in insurance plan.

  1. What special facilities are made available on the campus to promote interest in sports and cultural events?

  • The College provides special facilities of sports to promote interest of the students in sports and cultural events.

Sports facilities

  • College provides facilities for all sort of indoor and outdoor sports activities. Details of indoor and outdoor sports are as under-

Outdoor sports facilities-

The College has well equipped outdoor sports facilities for the students-



  • Football ground

  • Cricket ground

  • Well maintained outdoor stadium for Hockey and athletics(400 meters 8 lane running track)

  • Lawn tennis ground

  • Kho-kho ground

  • KaB.B.A.ddi ground

  • Volley ball – 02 court Outdoor basket ball court

Indoor sport complex

  • Table tennis

  • Wrestling

  • Indoor basket ball court

  • Indoor badminton court-02

Gymnasium-

The College has a well equipped gym for the students and staff members.



District level events-

The College organizes the events of chess, kho-kho,(M./F) Badminton (M/F) Judo(M/F) Athletics (M/F) football (M/F) wrestling (M/F) Table Tennis (M/F) volley ball (M/F) Weight lifting (M) boxing teacher/Staff rooms./cricket (M/F)



  • Event at district, division state and inter University level are frequently organized in the College.

  • The students of this College represent district division, state and inter University national level events and have won medals for their performances in different events.

Facilities for promotion of cultural events-

  • The students of the College are promoted to participate in literary and cultural events.

  • The collage has a well equipped auditorium to organize cultural event with capacity of more than 300 students. The College also utilizes open air theatre in case of a broader event.

  • The College organizes youth festival in every academic session in the month of September &October in accordance with the academic calendar issued by the Deptt. of Higher Education, Govt. of Madhya Pradesh.

  • The students of the College participate in the literary and cultural events like.

  • The students of this College had performed well and have won awards in percussion, non-percussion. The students of this College represent in, District, Division, State and inter-University national level cultural and literary events.

  1. Library as a Learning Resource

Well equipped library facility is a key to quality learning & research culture in a College.

  • The College has a well equipped computerized library with more than one take reference, text books, journals and E-resource.

  • The central library of the College ensures easy access of the students to learning resource reading rooms.

  • The books bank facility provided by the central library provides free books and stationary to SC/ST students in each academic session.

  • The collage facilitates departmental library for each department.

  • In order to promote better research culture and research facilities the College has developed a well equipped research library for the faculty members and research library for the faculty members and research scholars.

  • The College library is computerized with INFLBNET and ‘N’ list programs. E-library functions to accelerate the research activities in the College.

  1. Does the library have an Advisory Committee? Specify the composition of such a committee. What significant initiatives have been implemented by the committee to render the library, student/user friendly?

Yes, the library has an advisory committee consisting of the Principal, HOD’s of the department and the librarian. The College has constituted a committee for the administration and management of library comprising of the member as following

  • Dr. Manish Shukla

  • Dr. Awadh Shukla

  • Dr. R.N. Tiwari

  • Dr. S.P. Singh

  • Dr. Sanjay Shankar Mishra

  • The advisory committee advises and helps to promote better infrastructural facilities, books computer and E-resources.

  • The library ensures open shelf system to facilitate the students the free access of books of their choice.

  • The library is equipped with periodical display system with a number of magazines and journals displayed for the student. The free access to news paper is ensured for the students.

  • The College library is Wi-Fi and connected with internet with 15 computers, & photocopiers.

  • The research scholars and students have easy access to computers and internet facility to download the date of their choice.

  • The library facilitates the students to get the photocopies and print of the content, they need for their course.

  1. Provide details of the following:

  • Total area of the library (in Sq. Mts.)-

5885.36 Square meters

  • Total seating capacity –

General Library- 150

Research Library- 100

Teacher's Library -25

Departmental libraries- 200



  • Working hours (on working days, on holidays, before examination days, during examination days, during vacation)

On wrking days- 9: 00 to 5.30

Holidays -9: 00 to 5.00

During examination days- 8.00 to 5.30

No vaccation is declared for library except gudgeted ones.



  • Layout of the library (individual reading carrels, lounge area for browsing and relaxed reading, IT zone for accessing e-resources)

LAY-OUT PLAN OF LIBRARY


Lay out – Main library- 200.48 sq. meters

Reference section- 97.50sq. meters

Book bank- 212.48 sq. meter

Book bank collection room- 361.2 sq. meter

UGC - 1047.04 sq. meter

E-library- 1039.36 sq. meter

E-library research- 1113.7sq. meter

Circulation section- 100 sq. meter

Gallery for study 1713.6 sq. meter

Total Area- 5885.36 sq. meter


  • Access to the premises through prominent display of clearly laid out floor plan; adequate signage; fire alarm; access to differently abled users and mode of access to collection) -

  • The proper indication through display boards has been arranged to ensure access to central library, Research library, Reading rooms, Student's section, Books issue counter, reference section, Book bank facility.

  • Fire alarm and access to differently disabled students have been ensured in the College.

  • Separate library facility is provided on the ground floor for the Differently abled students.

4.2.3 Give details on the library holdings Total Number

      1. Print 117610

(Books, back volumes and thesis)

      1. Non Print (Microfiche, AV)-

Not available

      1. Electronic (e-books, e-Journals)-

E-books and E-journals available thruogh INFLIBNET N-List program.

      1. Special collection

(eg. Text book, Reference books, standards, patents)

  • Text books- 1200

  • Reference books-1000

  • Standards- NIL

  • Patents-NIL

  1. What tools does the library deploy to provide access to the collection?

  • OPAC –

SOUL software is available

  • Electronic Resource Management package for e-journals-

Green stone and D space software are used to manage E-resources

  • Federated searching tools to search articles in multipledatsabases-

Data base is provided by INFLIBNET N-List program. Open source data bases are available.

  • Library Website-

www.trscollege.com/library

  • In-house/remote access to e-publications-

The central library provides free access to E-Pulication to its user on demand. The students and faculty members can download E-contents from E-resources available free of charge.

  1. To what extent is the ICT deployed in the library?

  • Library automation-

Library automation has been ensured by the College.

  • Total number of computers for public access ∗

Total numbers of printers for public access-

15 computers



  • Internet band width speed 2 mbps 10 mbps

1gb (GB)

∗ Institutional Repository - Nil

∗ Content management system for e-learning- Nil

∗ Participation in Resource sharing networks/consortia (like Inflibnet)- Member of INFLIBNET N-list program



  1. Provide details (per month) with regard to.

∗ Average number of walk-ins- Students- 150

Teachers- 45

Research scholars- 32

∗ Average number of books issued/returned- Books issued- 50 to 55

Books returned- 50 to 52

∗ Ratio of library books to students enrolled- 1:6

∗ Average number of books added during last three years


Average number of books added every year

2012-13

2013-14

2014- 15

1259

1095

3336

∗ Average number of login to OPAC- Nil

∗ Average number of login to e-resources-25

∗ Average number of e-resources downloaded/printed-

∗ Number of information literacy trainings organized -Nil



    1. Give details of the specialized services provided by the library

∗ Manuscripts- 15

∗ Reference - 28000

∗ Reprography -03

∗ ILL (Inter Library Loan Service) -NO

∗Information Deployment and Notification -Yes proper notification and information deployment is ensured through notice boards and proper display system.

∗OPAC - Yes

∗Internet Access- Yes

∗Downloads- Yes

∗Printouts- Yes

∗Reading list/ Bibliography compilation-Nil

∗In-house/remote access to e-resources- Nil

∗User Orientation- Nil

∗ Assistance in searching Databases -Nil

∗INFLIBNET/IUC facilities-'INFLIBNET N-list program is ensured for free access to E-Books & E- contents.



  1. Provide details on the annual library budget and the amount spent for purchasing new books and journals.

Rs. 10 lakh on book bank scheme

Rs. 4.00 lakh under UGC scheme



  1. Does the library get the feedback from its users? If yes, how is it analyzed and used for improving the library services.

Yes,

  • The library gets the feedback from its users. The analysis is conducted by library advisory committee regarding the advisory committee.

  • The College ensures to implement the suggestions made by the users.

  1. List the infrastructural development of the library over the last four years.




2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

Computers

02

-

2

2

Books

1724

1259

1095

3336

Reprography

01

-

-

02

Books purchased

S.No.

Year

Number of books

Amount spent

Sources of funding

1.

2011-12

1724

8.50 lach

MP Govt. + UGC

2.

2012-13

1259

6.25 Lack

MP Govt. + UGC

3.

2013-14

1095

5.60 Lack

MP Govt.

4.

2014-15

3336

18 Lack

MP Govt. + UGC

Number of journals subscribed

S.no.

Year

Number of journals & Magazines

Amount spent

Source of funding

1

2011-12

05

7000

MP Govt. + UGC

2

2012-13

05

5400

MP Govt. + UGC

3

2013-14

05

6000

MP Govt. + UGC

4

2014-15

30

48000

MP Govt. + UGC

  1. Did the library organize workshop/s for students, teachers, non-teaching staff of the College to facilitate better Library usage?

No

  • The library does not organize workshop for the students but the students are motivated in the Zero classes to access library and avail the resources available in the library.

  • The faculty members encourage the students to attend the library and train them about the better application of library to collect the study materials regarding their course.

  1. IT Infrastructure

  1. Does the College have a comprehensive IT policy addressing standards on IT Service Management, Information Security, Network Security, Risk Management and Software Asset Management?

The College has six computer labs equipped with more the 200 computers equipped with Wi-Fi and internet facility. All the computers are connected with LAN facility support by separate servers.

  1. Give details of the College’s computing facilities (hardware and software).

Number of systems with configuration

Departments

Number of system

Configuration

Processor

Ram

Hard Disc

Principal Office

01

Intel Core i 3

2GB

500GB

Office

02

Intel Core i 3

2GB

500GB

Students Section

01

Intel Core i 3

4GB

500GB

Examination Cell

02

Intel Core i 3

4GB

500GB

01

Intel Core 2 Duo

2GB

500GB

Urdu Department

01

Intel Core i 3

4GB

500GB

English department

01

Intel Core i 3

2GB

500GB

10

P Dual Core

1GB

320 GB

Mathematics

05

Intel Core i 3

2GB

500GB

Library

03

Intel Core Duo

2GB

180 GB

02

Intel Core i 3

4GB

500GB

01

Pentium 4

128 MB

40GB

Library Science

01

Server Xenon Processor Quad Core

4GB RAM

1 TB

05

Intel Core i3 Win 7

4GB RAM

500GB

02

Intel

2GB RAM

320 GB

01

Intel Core i 3

Win Xp


2GB

500GB

02

Intel Core i 5

Win 7 & 10 OS



4GB

500GB

01

Intel Core i 7 Win 10 OS

6GB

500GB

01

Intel Core i 5th Gen M Processor Win 7 OS


4GB

500GB

01

Intel Core i 7 Vth Gen With Win 10 OS

8GB

500GB

Zoology

01

Intel Core Duo

1GB

180 GB

Botany

01

Intel P4

1GB

180 GB

03

Intel

1GB

180 GB

Academic Section

02

Intel Core Duo

1GB

80GB

Hindi

01

Intel Core Duo

512 MB

160GB

Geography

02

Intel Core i 3

4GB

500GB

Music

01

Intel Core i 3

2GB

500GB

Economics

01

Intel Core Duo

1 GB

160GB

Sociology

01

Intel Core Duo

1 GB

160GB

Autonomous Cell

01

Intel Core i 3

4GB

500GB

BALLB

01

Intel Core Duo

2 GB

250GB

BBA

01

Intel Core Duo

2 GB

250GB

MSW

01

Intel Core Duo

2 GB

250GB

Biotechnology

01

Intel Core Duo

1 GB

320GB

Sanskrit

01

Intel Core i3

Win 8.1 OS



4 GB

500GB

Physics

05

Intel Core i3 Win 8.1 OS

2 GB

500GB

History, Sociology, Economics, Chemistry, Microbiology, Biotechnology, Sanskrit, Physics, BALLB, Hindi, English, Commerce, Mathematics, Geography, Library science

15

Intel Core i3

Win 8.1OS



4 GB

500GB

Remedial, Career cell,

03

Intel Core i3

Win 8.1 OS



4 GB

500GB
















Computer Lab

32

Intel core i3 Win

2GB

160 GB




9

Intel core i3 Win

1GB

320 GB




    • Computer-student ratio- 1:40

    • Dedicated computing facility- YES

    • LAN facility-YES

    • Wifi facility- YES

    • Propriety software / Open source softwares- YES

    • Number of nodes/ computers with internet facility

    • Any other

  1. What are the institutional plans and strategies for deploying and upgrading the IT infrastructure and associated facilities?

Institution strives for the institution plans for the deployment and up gradation of IT

  • Developing ICT enabled class rooms

  • Developing of virtual class rooms

  • Development of master class room

  • Assuring computer and internet access to students

  • Developing e-contents

Deployment and upgrading strategies –

  • The College has developed 18 well equipped class-rooms with LCD and interactive boards utilized the faculty members.

  • The average amount spent on ICT maintenance in the College is Rs 150000/-

  1. Give details on access to online teaching and learning resources and other knowledge, and information provided to the staff and students for quality teaching, learning and research.

The institution ensures the staff and student's access to online teaching and learning resources and other knowledge and information.

  • Developing E-library

  • Ensuring free access to E-resources, E-Library

  • Ensuring access to INFLIBNET 'N-list' program

  • Assuring computers and internet access to students

  • Developed e-contents

  1. Give details on the ICT enabled classrooms/learning spaces available within the College and how they are utilized for enhancing the quality of teaching and learning.

  • ICT Enabled class rooms- The College has developed 18 Master class roomss well equipped with ICT facility.

  • The College has tried to make all the classrooms wellequipped with LCD projector, Interactive board, Computer and Laptops.

  • The College has airy and well ventilated 46 class rooms with sufficient space for students.

  1. How are the faculty facilitated to prepare computer aided teaching-learning materials? What are the facilities available in the College or affiliating University for such initiatives?

  • The College initiates computer training programs and facilitates computer aided teaching-learning materials.

  • The faculty members prepare power-point presentations and apply ICT in teaching and learning.

  • The faculty members can download contents and teaching materials from Internet.

  1. How are the computers and their accessories maintained? (AMC, etc.)-

  • The college hires mechanics to maintain computers and their accessories if they are not in working condition, if the computers and accessories become out of use due to constant utilization they are written off.

  1. Does the College avail of the National Knowledge Network connectivity directly or through the affiliating University? If so, what are the services availed of?

'No' The College does not avail National Knowledge network connectivity.

  1. Provide details on the provision made in the annual budget for update, deployment and maintenance of the computers in the College?

'Yes'

  • The College has provision in the budget for update, deployment and maintenance of computers in the College.

  • The average annual expenditure on maintenance computers in the College is Rs.150000/-

  1. Maintenance of Campus Facilities

The College maintains eco-friendly campusto enhance better atmosphere of teaching-learning in the College. The College promotes a green belt in the campus.

  1. Does the College have an Estate Office/designated officer for overseeing maintenance of buildings, class-rooms and laboratories? If yes, mention a few campus specific initiatives undertaken to improve the physical ambience.

'Yes'

  • The College has nominated a senior faculty member as campus officer to monitor the facilities in the campus. Dr. K.P. Singh, a faculty member has beendesignated as campus officer.

  • The campus officer is endowed with the responsibilities of overseeing maintenance of buildings, class rooms, and laboratories.

  • The campus officer suggests the College administration to ensure facilities in the premises, looks after the facilities existing in the premises.

4.4.2 Does the College appoint staff for maintenance and repair? If not, how are the infrastructure facilities, services and equipment maintained? Give details.

'Yes,


  • The College appoints staff for maintenance and repair of fabricated articles, Furniture, electrical equipments.

  • The College hires the technical experts to maintain technical equipments and renovation of other infrastructural facilities.

  • Services of Government engineers are ensured for the purpose of renovations, and new construction work.

Any other information regarding infrastructure and learning resources which the institution would like to include- NILL

CRITERION V

STUDENT SUPPORT AND PROGRESSION





  1. Student Mentoring and Support

  • A teacher is a motivator, facilitator & mentor for the students. The nurturing of the students is possible only if they are well motivated, facilitated toward their objectives. A good teacher is a better innovator.

  • The institution ensures proper motivation and guidance to the students required for smooth and qualitative study.

  • The College offers every possible support to the students, helpful to them in pursuit of knowledge and skill.

  1. Does the College have an independent system for student support and mentoring? If yes, what are its structural and functional characteristics?

  • The College intends to decentralize the powers and functions of the administration so as to ensure better and quick delivery of the service to the students.

  • The College ensures the proper functioning of the student support and mentoring in the College. The Principal is assisted by the Vice Principal, Principals in- charge of the three shifts, HOD's, different committees constituted for the purpose and office of the principal in discharge of his functions.

  • This is the internal structure of the College to ensure student's support system and mentoring.

  • Different cells and committees have been constituted to facilitate student support and mentoring of the students.

Chief Controller - Principal

Autonomous

Cell

Academic

Cell

Examination

Cell

Confidential

Cell

UGC

Cell

IQAC








Career Counseling/ Placement cell

Research Co-Ordination cell













Heads of Departments

Committees







  1. What provisions exist for academic mentoring apart from class room work?

The College has developed mechanism to motivate the students and guide them from seeking admission to the duration of their study, apart from the regular class-room work. Strategy evolved for academic mentoring are –

  • Zero classes are held at the commencement of the academic session as a pre-induction program for the new entrants.

  • In the Zero classes the new entrants are counseled about the management and administration of the College.

  • They are counseled about the courses available and how can they opt the courses of their choice.

  • The experts also interact with them about the facilities of Financial assistance, library service, sports facilities & extra- curricular, co-curricular activities organized by the College

  • Students counseling on admission- Students counseling is done before the admission so that the students can choose the options available in the College.

  • Counseling on Personality development- The College has constituted a Personality development cell that organizes the events on personality development to promote value education in the College.

  • IQAC &Monitoring cell-IQAC has constituted a committee to monitor the academic activities and class- rooms seminars in the class rooms.

  • Teacher-Guardian Cell- The College nominates the faculty members as a teacher guardian of the students to help them to redress their grievances & problems in the class rooms.

  • Pratibha Bank–Under this scheme the local talent are invited to interact with the students.

  • Parent-teacher cell–The parent-teacher meeting is held in the College occasionally to have their feedback and also to report them about the progress of the student.

  1. Does the College provide personal enhancement and development schemes for students? If yes, describe techniques employed e.g., career counselling, soft skill development, etc.

Yes, The College ensures to provide personal enhancement and development scheme for the students. The motive is to help the students in all round development of their personality.

The details of techniques employed are as under –



  • Career counseling

  • Skill development

  • Cultural services

  • Community services

  • Voter awareness programmes

  • Plantation activities

  • Quiz, interview, group discussion

  • Students centered seminar and workshops

  • Educational tours.

Skill development programmes –

  • Spoken English

  • Horticulture

  • Computer awareness

Soft skill programmes –

  • Effective writing skill

  • Communication skill

  • Presentation skill

  • Functional hindi

  • Functional English

  • Group discussion

  • Group communication

  • Interview

  • C.V.

  • Aptitude

  • Vocational skill

  • Language reform

  1. Does the College publish its updated prospectus and handbook annually? If yes, what are the activities / information included / provided to students through these documents? Is there a provision for online access?

‘Yes’

  • The College publishes its updated prospectus/College guidelines/College magazine/E-News Letter and two National level journals.

  • The content of the publications include programs, academic calendar, events organized in the College innovative initiatives adopted during each academic session.

The details of content of publication and the information provided are as under –

The prospectus/guidelines of the College – The College publishes updated and revised prospectus in every academic sessions and distributes to the students at the time of admission. The information included in the prospectus are–



  • Brief history of the College

  • Brief introduction about the details of the number of staff, courses opted and the activities organized by the College.

  • The statistical details of the College.

  • The details of the curriculum and the number of seats allotted to each course.

  • The choice available for the students

  • The courses under self finance scheme

  • The process and eligibilities of admission.

  • Percentage of seats reserved for the SC/ST/OBC/PH/Minorities.

  • Condition for the admission to students having performed well in NCC, NSS, Sports and other cultural activities.

  • Fee structure

  • Teaching-learning process

  • Evaluation system for all the faculties

  • Extra-curricular activities

  • Co-curricular activities.

  • Govt. Schemes for the students

  • Financial assistance provided

  • Career counseling

  • Book bank and free stationary scheme

  • Poor boys fund

  • Research scholarship

  • Remedial coaching

  • Students insurance plan

  • Discipline

  • Code of conduct

  • Dress code

  • Academic calendar

  • Schemes and dates of internal evaluation and semester exams.

College magazine ‘Archana’ – The College publishes its magazine ‘Archana every year that contains the creative writings of the students, & faculty members and activities conducted by the College throughout the year. The College thus motivates the students to writing skill, communication skill and research orientation.

‘CAMPUS’ E-News letter- The College publishes quarterly E- News letter ‘CAMPUS’containing important news of the activities, events organized and academic achievements of the College.

KAUTILYA- A National journal entitled ‘KAUTILYA’ With ISSN Number is published by the department of Economics that consists of the Research articles of the faculty members, research scholars & Professors.

SODH SANSHLESHAN- A National Journal entitled ‘SODH SHANSLESHAN’ is published by the College to motivate the research scholars and faculty members to publish their research articles. The objective is to promote research culture in the College.



The College maintains transparency in information. The College has a provision of on-Line access to informations.

  1. Specify the type and number of scholarships/freeships given to students (UG/PG/M.Phil/Ph.D./Diploma/others in tabular form) by the College Management during the last four years. Indicate whether the financial aid was available on time.

The College provides financial assistance to the SC/SC/OBC and economically deprived sections under different schemes run by the Government to facilitate the students to continue their study. Details of the scholarships available for the students are as under-

2011-2012

Sr. number

Scholarships available

Beneficiaries

Amount



Post-matric scholarship-SC

584

6370408



Post-matric scholarship-ST

161

1706534



Post-matric scholarship-OBC

1540

20323486



Gaon Ki Beti

81

405000



Pratibha Kiran

04

20000



Vikramaditya

09

972



Poor Boys Fund

17

22800



PH research scholarship

01

5400



Stationary to SC/ST

704

173000



Ph. D. Research Scholarship SC

03

248000

2012-13

Sr. n.

Scholarships available

Beneficiaries

Amount



Post-matric scholarship-SC

748

12284789



Post-matric scholarship-ST

206

3228546



Post-matric scholarship-OBC

1576

24351325



Gaon Ki Beti

97

530000



Pratibha Kiran

01

5000



Vikramaditya

33

82500



Stationary to SC/ST

704

154000

2013-2014

Sr. n.

Scholarships available

Beneficiaries

Amount



Post-matric scholarship-SC

884

14699546



Post-matric scholarship-ST

244

4137293



Post-matric scholarship-OBC

1708

26603328



Gaon Ki Beti

104

530000



Pratibha Kiran

03

15000



Vikramaditya

105

87500



Avagaman Scheme

333

249750



Stationary to SC/ST

698

935206

2014-2015

Sr. n.

Scholarships available

Beneficiaries

Amount



Post-matric scholarship-SC

760

13380453



Post-matric scholarship-ST

217

2244479



Post-matric scholarship-OBC

1534

14502898



Gaon Ki Beti

92

460000



Pratibha Kiran

03

15000



Vikramaditya

204

510000



Avagaman Scheme

322

241500



Stationary to SC/ST

987

1433613

  1. What percentage of students receives financial assistance from state Government, central Government and other national –

  • 44.73% students of this College avail scholarships from different agencies.

  1. Does the College have an International Student Cell to cater to the needs of foreign students? If so, what measures have been taken to attract foreign students?

  • The College ensures to elicit the co-operation of stakeholders in the overall development of academic ambience in the campus.

  • The stakeholder’s are nominated in the Board of Studies, Academic Councils IQAC and Janbhagidari Samiti.

  • The presence of stakeholders is ensured in the meetings of Board of Studies and Academic Council.

  • The College takes into notice the important suggestion and advice of the stakeholders on issues of curricular, co-curricular activities and tries its level best to implement the suggestions.

  • The stakeholders participate in the meetings of Academic Council and give suggestions on research community orientation and development initiatives of the College.

  • The parent teacher meetings are occasionally held. The parents are informed about the progress and performance of their wards.

  1. What types of support services are available for

  • Overseas students

  • Physically challenged / differently abled students

  • SC/ST, OBC and economically weaker sections

  • Students to participate in various competitions/ conferences in India and abroad

  • Health centre, health insurance etc.

  • Skill development (spoken English, computer literacy, etc.,)

  • Performance enhancement for slow learners / students who are at risk of failure and dropouts

  • Exposure of students to other institutions of higher learning/ corporate/business houses, etc.

  • Publication of student magazines

Students support services-

The College endeavors to provide support services to ensure proper learning of the deprived sections-

Overseas students-NIL

Physically challenged students-

The College takes special care of the physically challenged students to facilitate smooth learning. Details of assistance ensured for the differently abled students are as under-


  • Reservation in admission is ensured to physically challenged students as per norms of the Department of Higher Education.

  • Ramps and toilets have been constructed for the students of physically handicapped to ensure their easy access to the class rooms.

  • Monetary assistance is provided to such students

  • Visually challenged students are given audio tapes to recover their lectures in the class rooms

  • Scribes are allowed to such students during CCE and semester exams.

Support services are provided to SC/ST students-

The College provides support services to the students of SC/ST categories to ensure smooth learning.



  • The College provides financial assistance in form of Post-matric scholarships, Poor boys fund.

  • Under the book bank scheme the SC/ST Students are given books free of cost and free stationary.

  • Full freeship is awarded to the student of SC/ST category.

  • Extra coaching classes are arranged for the poor learners.

  • Remedial teaching is provided to the students for pre-entry and NET/SLET

Students to participate in various competitions/ conferences in India and abroad

The College promotes the students to participate in extra-curricular activities like sports, Youth festival, cultural and literary activities organized by the College and other institutions.



Youth festival-

The students are motivated to participate in youth festival organized by the College as per academic calendar of the Department of Higher Education in the months of September and October.



  • The students of the College participate in District level, Division level, State level and Inter-University level competitions.

  • A number of students of the College have performed well in different events at division level, state level and Inter-University level competitions.

  • The students are facilitated with TA/DA and other requirements to enable them to participate in these events.

NCC/NSS-The students are motivated to participate in District level, State level, National level events and facilitated with amenities required to them.

NCC- NCC cadets are trained and motivated to participate in State, National and International level events. Four cadets were selected for TSC camps in 2012-13 and 2013-14. 02 cadets represented RDC Pared in Rajpath New Delhi in 2012-13 and 2013-14. One cadet of this College has been selected for International level camp in 2015.

Seminars, Conferences and workshops- The students of this College attend UGC sponsored National seminars organized by this College and other institutions as well.

Health centre, health insurance etc.-The College ensures health facilities in the campus. Red-cross organizes health checkup camps in the College. Free blood test, eye test, blood donation and primary health checkup camps are organized in the College by Red-Cross Unit. In case of emergency off campus medical facilities are provided. First Aid Kit is made available to the students by the Professor in-charge Sports.

  • Insurance scheme-

  • The College facilitates the 'Student's security Insurance scheme' through New India Insurance Company Ltd. Bhopal M.P. Under the scheme risk upto Rs. 50000/- is covered.

  • The insurance benefit plan is effective till the entire study span of student in this College.

  • Skill development programs-

  • The College promotes the organization of skill development programs for the students.

  • The College has developed a language lab in English Department to facilitate the students for learning of English language and increasing proficiency in English speaking, writing and communication.

  • Career counseling cell organizes workshops on Computer awareness, and importance of computer literacy. Several programs on computer literacy has been organized by the Career counseling cell of the College.

  • Workshops & seminars are organized by IQAC to enhance-

  • Communication Skill

  • Writing Skill

  • Language reform

  • Computer awareness

  • Quiz/speech/essay writing competitions are organized frequently

  • Performance enhancement for slow learners / students who are at risk of failure and dropouts-

  • Slow learners are tracked during CCE.

  • Extra classes are managed for such students to enhance their performance.

  • Remedial teaching is managed for the poor learners.

  • Exposure of students to other institutions of higher learning/ corporate/ business houses, etc.

  • Students are motivated to participate in extra-curricular and co-curricular activities that provide them exposure at national/International level events.

  • Educational tours are managed for the students.

  • Educational visits, business groups are managed for the students to ensure their exposure.

  • The students are motivated to publish research paper in national/ international journals.

  • The students are motivated to present papers in National/International seminars. Darshan Sharma a student of M.COM.IV semester was selected to present his paper in an International seminar. The Students of NSS/NCC participate in State and National level camps.

  • Publication of student magazines-

Archana-

The College level annual magazine 'Archana' is published to motivate the student for creative writing on importance of local issues. The initiative promotes the students for creative thinking and creative writing.



'Campus' – College news letter 'Campus' is published quarterly. The news letter consists of the news of academic, cultural, literary, sports events conducted in the College.

  1. Does the College provide guidance/coaching classes for Civil Services, Defense Services, NET/SLET and any other competitive examinations? If yes, what is the outcome?

'Yes' the College provides guidance and coaching classes to the students for civil service, defence, NET/SET and other competitive exams.

Details of Students benefitted Remedial teaching in NET/ SLET

Sr. Nu.

Departments

Students benefitted

Sc

ST

OBC

Total



Political Science

11

00

05

16



History

03

00

02

05



Geography

04

00

04

08



Library Science

02

01

05

08



Commerce

03

01

03

07



Chemistry

00

01

00

01



Botany

00

00

01

01



Micro-Biology

02

00

03

05



Bio-technology

01

00

00

01



M.S.W.

06

00

16

22



Economics

00

01

00

01



Sociology

04

00

04

08



Zoology

02

00

02

04




Total

38

04

45

87

Details of Students benefitted by Remedial teaching in Pre Entry in service

Number of students participated

Total

SC

ST

OBC

minority

Male

Female

Male

Female

Male

Female

Male

Female




37

04

04

03

26

11

01

03

89



  1. f the College for enhancing student participation in sports and extracurricular activities through strategies such as -

∗ Additional academic support, flexibility in examinations

∗ Special dietary requirements, sports uniform and materials

∗ Any other

Additional academic support, flexibility in examinations

The College promotes the participation of students in sports and extra-curricular activities and ensures additional academic support the students participating in extra-curricular activities. The strategy of the College for such students is –



  • Priority in admission through reservation of seats for them.

  • Organizing special post-dated evaluation test and semester exams.

Special dietary requirements, sports uniform and materials

  • Dietary requirement, sports uniform and materials are issued to the students free of cost. Expenses for lodging and boarding facilities are provided by the College to the students, who participate in outstation sports activities and extra-curricular events.

  • Special coaching classes are arranged for such students in case they miss the regular classes.

5.1.11-Does the College have an institutionalized mechanism for placement of its students? What services are provided to help students identify job opportunities, prepare themselves for interview, and develop entrepreneurship skills?

  • The College has a career counseling and placement cell. The career cell organizes career oriented workshops/seminars in which counselors are invited to counsel them on preparation of different competitive exams.

  • Expert career counselors are invited by the career counseling cell to share their views on career opportunities available to them in different sectors.

  • Lectures on career opportunities, general awareness, aptitude test, reasoning, computer awareness are frequently conducted to motivate them prepare for the competitive exams.

  • The students are motivated to participate in career fair and campus activities organized by the College and other agencies throughout the state.

  • The placement cell organizes career fair and campus for the students to ensure employability. The career opportunities published in news papers, employment news and Rojgar Samachar are displayed on the notice board of the career counseling cell.The workshops are organized for the students on issues like preparation of CV/Interview/Group discussion etc.

No of events organized


      1. s.n.

        Title of the program

        Name of the subject expert

        Date of event

        Number of beneficiaries

        1.

        Career in Finance administration

        Dr. Bhoopesh Mishra

        17.07.2012

        47

        2.

        Reasoning/Aptitude test

        Mr. Mayank Dandare

        23.08.2012

        200

        3.

        Career in Civil Service

        Dr. Bhoopendra Singh

        11.09.2012

        97

        4.

        Preliminary Exam in Civil Service

        Dr. Amarjeet Singh

        12.09.2012

        47

        5.

        Career in management

        Shri- Vivek Verma

        14.09.2012

        45

        6.

        Aptitude test

        Dr. Bhoopesh Mishra

        14.09.2012

        77

        7.

        Computer awareness

        Mrs. Latika Singh

        28-29.09.2012

        105

        8.

        Computer awareness

        Mr. Ranveer Singh

        28-29.09.2012

        140

        9.

        Management Teaching

        Mr. Neelesh Bharti

        07.02.2013

        47

        10.

        Banking & SSC

        Mr. Abhishek Shrivastava

        21.02.2013

        252

        11.

        Civil Service

        Mr. Manmohan Joshi

        27.02.2013

        190

        12.

        Computer Software/Hardware

        Mohd. Nadeem

        27.02.2013

        65
        Give the and the number of companies who visited the campus annually for the last four years).number of students selected during campus interviews by different employers (list the employers)

The career counseling cell organized career campus in which more than 300 students participated.

Details of campus organized and the students placed are as under-

On campus

Off Campus

Name of organization

Number of Students Participated

Number of Students Placed

Number of Students Placed

Reliance India Insurance Ltd.

93

05

200

  • The career counseling cell of the College organized campus placement programme in which two organizations were invited.

  • (1) Air force Unit of Bhopal to recruit airman – 200 students participated

  • Larson and Tubro conducted of campus interview of the students.

5.1.13-Does the College have a registered Alumni association? If yes, what are its activities and contributions to the development of the College?

'NO,


  • The College does not have a registered alumni association.

  • The College has constituted a non registered alumni association. The meetings of alumni's are occasionally convened in the College.

  • The member representatives of alumni’s are nominated in the Board of Studies, Academic Council and Janbhagidari Samiti.

      1. Does the College have a student grievance redressal cell? Give details of the nature of grievances reported and how they were redressed.

  • The College has a grievance, redressal cell with Dr Ajay Shankar Pandey as Professor in charge. The cell redresses the grievances of the students in time.

  • The committee on discipline comprising of 03 faculty members also helps to redress the grievances of the students regarding the problems of the students.

  • The anti ragging cell, comprising of 03 faculty members also assist in redressing the grievances of the students regarding incidents of ragging.

  • The academic cell of the College redresses the grievance of the students regarding the in incidents of ragging in the College.

      1. Does the College have a cell and mechanism to resolve issues of sexual harassment?

'Yes'

  • The College has constituted a committee on ‘Prevention of Women from Atrocities’ with Dr. Shipra Dwivedi as Professor in-charge. The committee monitors the grievances regarding atrocities against woman and provides quick redressal.

  • College has constituted Woman's Human Rights committee with Dr. Shalini Dubey as Professor in charge

      1. Is there an anti-ragging committee? How many instances (if any) have been reported during the last four years and what action has been taken on these?

  • Anti-ragging cell has been constituted in the College to avoid any possibility of incidents of ragging in the College with Dr. Awadh Shukla as Professor in-charge and 02 faculty members. The committee maintains discipline &ensures that no incident of ragging is reported.

  • The committee takes issues of ragging seriously and tries its' level best to redress the issue if reported.

  • Two ragging cases were reported which were found fake and mischievous after investigation.

      1. How does the College elicit the cooperation from all stakeholders to ensure overall development of the students considering the curricular and co - curricular activities, research, community orientation, etc. ?

  • The College ensures to elicit the co-operation of stakeholders in the overall development of academic ambience in the campus.

  • The student's representatives, guardians and member from industries are nominated in the Board of Studies and Academic Council IQAC and Janbhagidari samiti.

  • The presence of stake holders is ensured in writing well in advance

  • The College takes into notice the important suggestions and advice of the stakeholders on issues of curriculum, and other academic activities of the College.

  • The stakeholders participate in the meetings of Academic Council and share their valuable suggestions on research, community orientation and development initiatives of the College.

      1. What special schemes/mechanisms are in place to motivate students for participation in extracurricular activities such as sports, cultural events, etc?

  • The students of the College are motivated to participate in sports events and Cultural activities organized in the institution.

  • The sports calendar is issued by the Department of Higher Education in every academic session. The sports activities are organized in the College in the month of September & October every year. The notice regarding the sports events are notified well in advance. The College organizes events in football, volley Ball, lawn tennis, table tennis, badminton, athletics, wrestling, Kho-kho, Kabaddi.

  • The College facilitates the students all the sports material, sport uniform, shoes to help them to prepare well for the events. The College has developed better sports infrastructure to promote the students for participation in sports events.

      1. How does the College ensure participation of women in ‘intra’ and ‘inter’- institutional sports competitions and cultural activities? Provides details of sports and cultural activities in which such efforts were made?

  • The College ensures participation of women in intra and inter-institutional sports competitions and cultural activities.

      • The sports events for the woman held in the College are –

      • Badminton

      • judo

      • Atheletics

      • Football

      • Cricket

      • Kho-Kho

      • Wrestling

      • Table-tennis

      • Yoga

      • Chess

      • Long jump & high jump.

A number of the girl students have participated in the district, division and state level competitions

Cultural Activities- The female students participate in District, Division, State&Inter-University level cultural activities-

  1. Student Progression

  1. Provide details of programme-wise success rate of the College for the last four years. How does the College compare itself with the performance of other autonomous Colleges / universities (if available)

Program wise success ratio of the students (UG)

Program

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

A*

SR %

A*

SR %

A*

SR %

A*

SR %

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) Pol. 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 success ratio of the students (PG)


Program

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

A*

SR %

A*

SR %

A*

SR %

A*

SR %

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 success ratio of the students (M.Phil)

















83.33

Program

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

Result Awaited

A*

SR %

A*

SR %

A*

SR %

A*

SR %

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






A* -Appeared SR*- Success rate

  1. -Providing the percentage of students progressing to higher education or employment (for the last four batches) highlight the observed trends.


UG to PG

23.8%

PG to M.Phil

11%

PG to Ph.D.

5%

  • Employed

  • Campus selection

  • Other than campus recruitment

12%

2%

10%




      1. What is the Programme-wise completion rate/dropout rate within the time span as stipulated by the College/University?

Program wise completion rate/ Dropout rate-

Dropout rate of the students is rarely 1%. Very few students drop out either due to their internal problem or due to their being engaged in some jobs or due to change their options.



5.2.4-What is the number and percentage of students who appeared/ qualified in examinations like UGC-CSIR-NET, UGC-NET, SLET, ATE / CAT / GRE / TOFEL / GMAT / Central / State services, Defense, Civil Services, etc.

Number of students qualified for competitive exams

Year

Number of students qualified in different exams

NET/SLET

Civil Service

Banking

State services

others

2011-12

01




03

07

38

2012-13

01




03

06

42

2013-14

02




04

04

36

2014-15

02




03

14

45




      1. Provide details regarding the number of Ph.D/D.Sc./D.Litt. theses submitted, accepted, resubmitted and rejected in the last four years.

Number of thesis submitted/Accepted/Rejected/Awarded




2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

Submitted

35

56

57

58

Accepted

35

56

57

58

Resubmitted













Rejected













Awarded

35

56

57

58

Total

35

56

57

58

  1. Student Participation and Activities

  1. List the range of sports and games, cultural and extracurricular activities available to students. Provide details of participation and program calendar.

The students are motivated to participate in sports and cultural activities. The College facilities required infrastructure in the campus to the students to enable them to participate in sports and other extra-curricular activities.

Details of the sports facilities available to the students are as under-

  • The College has constructed Indoor sports complex for-

    • Table tennis

    • Badminton

    • Wrestling

    • Basket ball

  • Outdoor sports has been constructed for outdoor events like-

  • Foot ball

  • Cricket

  • Athletics with 08 Lane running track

  • Lawn tennis court

  • Hand ball

  • KHO-KHO

  • Kabaddi

  • Volley ball

  • Hockey

Details of Participation of students in sports activities

Sr.n.

Year

Number of students participation in different Level

District Level

Division level

State level

Inter-University level



2011-12

113

31

16

21



2012-13

134

48

22

30



2013-14

127

30

24

23



2014-15

146

38

28

31

Participation of students in extracurricular/cultural activities

Sr.n.

Year

Number of student's participation at different Level

District Level

Division level

State level

Inter-University level



2011-12

240

48

35

08



2012-13

235

42

36

08



2013-14

246

48

35

09



2014-15

247

46

34

10




  1. Provide details of the previous four years regarding the achievements of students in co-curricular, extracurricular activities and cultural activities at different levels: University / State / Zonal / National / International, etc.

Achievements of team/Individuals in Sports

Details of events in which team won



year

Team as winner in District level event

2011-12

Kho-kho

Volley ball

Basket ball

Hockey

Cricket

football

2012-13

Cricket

Chess

Judo(M/F)

Football

Kho-Kho




2013-14

Kho-kho

Volley ball

Basket ball

-

-

football

2014-15

Kabaddi

Chess(M/F)

Basket ball

Hockey

Cricket

football

2015-16

Yoga

Chess(M/F)

Judo(M/F)







football

Achievements of sports in 2011-12

  • Runner up in Kabbaddi at district level

  • The team was runner up in Athletics in division level events

Achievements of sports in 2012-13

  • Runner up in Basket ball in district Level event and,

  • Winner in division level athletics event in 2012-13.

Achievements of sports in 2013-14

  • Winner at division level events Athletics (M) Cricket(M) Football (M)

  • Winner at State Level Cricket

Achievements of sports in 2014-15

  • Runner in Football (M), Kabbaddi (F/M), Kho-Kho (M/F) at district Level

  • Winner at division level in Athletics (F), Cricket (M)

  • Runner at division level in Athletics (M), Football(M)

  • Winner at State level Cricket (M)

Achievements of sports in 2015-16

  • Runner at District Level in Badminton (M/F), Kabbaddi (F), Kho-Kho (F)

  • Winner at Division level in Athletics (M/F)

Achievements of students in Cultural activities 2014-15




2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

District level

48

46

48

58

35

Division Level

34

36

36

41

14

State level

12

12

13

16

06

Inter-University Level

08

08

07

06

06




  1. How often does the College collect feedback from students for improving the support services? How is the feedback used?

  • Manual feedback of the students on teaching-learning evaluation, institutional facilities, curriculum and teacher’s quality is collected and analyzed once in every academic session.

  • The College thus analyzes the strength, weakness and areas of improvement in its effort to quality education.

  • The College introduces reforms and improvement initiatives accordingly.

  1. Does the College have a mechanism to seek and use data and feedback from its graduates and employers, to improve the growth and development of the College?

“Yes”

  • The College collects the data and feedback from alumni's, students and stake holders in the meetings of Board of Studies and Academic Council on curriculum.

  • The feedback is also collected on practices in application, the innovative initiatives of the College.

  • The College tries its level best to implement the suggestion obtained from the feedback.

  1. How does the College involve and encourage students to publish materials like catalogues, wall magazines, College magazine, and other material? List the major publications/ materials brought out by the students during the previous academic session.

Archana

  • The College published annual magazine “Archana” that contains the creative writings of the students and historical, political and social issues of current importance. The College magazine is bilingual.

  • The objective is to promote academic & research culture in the campus. It helps the students to express their talents; it is helpful in not only promoting in students better communication skill better creative writing skill, but also helps them to innovative thinking and personality development.

Campus – The College publishes its quarterly E-News letter entitled ‘Campus’ in which the important news of the activities events and practices of the College are published.

Kautilya–The College also publishes a National journal with ISSN Number 0975-9220 to motivate the students and research scholars to get their research articles published. The journal also publishes the research articles of the faculty members.

Shodh Sanshleshan– The College publishes another National journal 'Shodh Sanshleshan' with ISSN Number 2395-5694 to motivate the faculty members, Professors and researcher to write research articles and get it published in it.

  1. Does the College have a Student Council or any similar body? Give details on its constitution, major activities and funding.

The College had constituted Students union in 2013 but it is not in existence in current scenario.

  1. Give details of various academic and administrative bodies that have student representatives on them. Provide details of their activities.

The representatives of students are nominated in the Board of Studies, Academic Council, Sport Committee etc. 04 students of the College have been nominated as campus ambassadors under SVEEP plan.
Any other information regarding student's support system, which the institution would like to include-NIL


CRITERION VI

GOVERNANCE, LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT



6.1. Institutional Vision and Leadership

6.1.1 - State the vision and mission of the College.

The vision and mission of the College is to ensure quality education, quality research and create a fully academic ambience in the College.


  • The College intends to inculcate values of social and community welfare in the students.

  • The College intends to motivate research and academic culture and to prepare the students with constructive vision for future people of worth to society and nation.

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 holystone development of the students,

  • Inculcating value system among the students.

  • Internalisation and institutionalisation of quality enhancement initiatives.

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

  • To promote quality research.

  • To ensure self evaluation, accountability and innovation.

  • To collaborate with other institutions industries.

  • Inculcating value system among students.

Mission

  • To promote the imparting of knowledge and learning and to prepare future generation of head, heart and hand.

  • To ensure productive learning among the students enabling them to use their knowledge and information for a better future.

  • To promote in developing the human qualities of compassion, co-operation and co-ordination with the community inculcating in them the virtues.

  • To prepare the students in accordance with the requirements of global society.

  • To promote quality initiatives, quality sustenance and quality enhancement by promoting research, innovation and academic ambience.

6.1.2- Does the mission statement define the College’s distinctive characteristics in terms of addressing the needs of the society,The students it seeks to serve, College’s traditions and value Orientations, vision for the future, etc.?

'Yes"


  • The College endeavors to promote education addressing the need of the society. The initiatives of the College has been to prepare the students hailing mostly from rural areas, marginalized and weaker sections of the society by ensuring the support services like financial assistance, free ship, remedial teaching initiatives for poor learners.

  • The career counseling program intends to provide training to ensure employability in private and Government sector.

Support Service to the Students

  • The College ensures transparency in admission and assistance provided to the SC/ST/OBC/ Minorities/ differentially disabled students and female students.

  • The College has constituted Pratibha Bank, Personality development cell, book bank clubs and has initiated language reform campaigns, voter's awareness programs to prepare the students for community service and inculcate in them value oriented learning.

  • The students are promoted to participate in co-curricular, extra- curricular activities to develop their inner faculties.

Cultural Heritage

  • The College intends to promote the awareness about cultural values and affection to national heritage.

  • Educational tours are arranged by the Department of History to the places of historical and cultural importance to make students aware of the significance of monuments, archeological structures, inscriptions and cultural traditions.

  • Department of Geography arranges educational tours to places of geographical importance to help them understand the nature, the importance of protection of environment and geographical landscapes.

This initiative broadens the outlook and understanding of the students about their cultural heritage and need to protect them.

Value education

  • The Personality development cell organizes orientation programs based on spirit of Nationalism, cultural ethos, and Indian civilization, traditional values hidden in our classics like Ramayan, Mahabharata, Quran and Holy Bible. Event organized by the cell are-

Vision for the Future

The College intends to prepare the students with futuristic vision by-



  • Promoting value based education,

  • Promoting quality education and quality research.

  • Facilitating employability and vocational training.

  1. How is the leadership involved in

*Ensuring the organization’s management system development, implementation and continuous improvement

*Interaction with stakeholders

*Reinforcing culture of excellence

*Identifying needs and championing organizational development (OD)?



Ensuring the organization’s management system development, implementation and continuous improvement-

The College intends to provide leadership roles to the faculty members by decentralization of duties and responsibilities.



The Administration &Management system

The College has a sound system of management to implement the programs and smooth functioning of the College. The programs and initiatives of the College are implemented through the academic bodies, councils, Cells and committees.



The College insures co-ordination with the different bodies and committees. All the development scheme and programsare discussed in the academic bodies & committees before their implementation and constant improvements.



Interaction with stakeholders

  • The College insures better co-ordination with the stakeholders. The students, the parents, teaching and non-teaching staffs and the community are the stakeholders.

Students

  • Students are the key in entire teaching learning scenario. Excellence and quality is ensured only if the students are facilitated with quality in teaching.

  • The College has mechanism to interact with the students in different platforms from admission to the annual exams.

  • The interaction of the College at the time, they seek admission in the College.

  • The College holds zero classes as pre-induction or orientation training for the freshers. The students are informed with system, vision, mission, teaching, learning situation the choice available the support system and community welfare schemes provided to them by the College.

Parents:

  • The College constitutes parent–teacher cell in the College. The parents are regularly informed about the progression of the students via on line declaration of CCE results and examination results.

  • The meeting of guardians is convened occasionally with a purpose to ensure better interaction.

Guardian-Students Cell

  • The teachers of the College are nominated as guardians of the respective classes.

  • The teachers thus keep a watch on the activities of the students. They redress the grievances of the students immediately.

Teaching and Non-teaching Staff

  • The interaction with the teaching faculty is ensured in the meetings of teachers' council at the commencement of the semester and before the commencement of the semester examination.

  • The College organizes orientation workshop in every academic session to ensure interaction with them.

  • The meeting of the principal with the staff members is convened in every academic session twice, to ensure co-ordination with the College administration in realizing the vision and mission of the College.

Society

  • The members of community are nominated in the Board of Studies and Academic Council to ensure interaction with them.

  • The students participate in NSS camps and visit the villages.

  • The Red Cross unit organizes health checkup camps, health awareness camps in remote areas outside the campus.

  • The students organize rallies on the issues of Social awareness such as harmful effect of tobacco, liquor, issues of women empowerment and voter's awareness every year. The College is a nodal center for voter's awareness programs.

Campus Ambassador

  • 04 students of the College are nominated by the district administration as campus ambassadors. Campus ambassadors participate in voter's awareness camps, organized and help them to motivate for voting getting their names in the roll list.

  • The faculty members have served as master trainers in National. State Level and local elections as well as revision in electoral roll lists every year.

Reinforcing cultural of Excellence

  • The College has the status of Potential for Excellence. The College tries it's level best to sustain the excellence in education and research through-

  • Motivation of students to participate in extracurricular and co-curricular activities.

  • To participate in workshops at International /National/ State and institutional level.

  • IQAC organizes workshops and seminars in the College to ensure quality and excellence for the students.

  • National level workshops and seminars in the College to ensure quality and excellence for the students.

  • National level workshops & seminars are also organized for the faculty members in the College.

  • Encouraging them for research publications.

  • Encouraging them for participation in workshops, seminars, presentation of papers and to participate as resource persons.

  • IQAC monitors the quality initiatives and quality enhancement activities in the College.

Identifying needs and championing organizational development (OD)?

  • The College assesses the requirement of the College, regarding teaching workload infrastructural facilities, equipments.

  • The Head of the Department of the concerned departments are asked to submit their requirements.

  • The College tries it's level best to facilitate the departments with required facilities.

  • Adequate infrastructures are provided to each of the department to ensure the development to ensure the developmental initiatives in the College.

6.1.4 - Were any of the senior leadership positions of the College vacant for more than a year? If so, indicate the reasons.

'NO'


However the post of the Principal is vacant from nine months due to retirement. The vacant post has been substituted by the senior most faculty member as Principal In-charge in accordance with the Government policy.

6.1.5 - Does the College ensure that all positions in its various statutory bodies are filled and conduct of meetings at the stipulated intervals?

YES


  • The College tries its level best to get all posts in its various statutory bodies filled.

  • The meetings of the statutory bodies are convened in time.

6.1.6- Does the College promote a culture of participative management? If yes, indicate the levels of participative management.

'Yes,


  • The College promotes participative management at all level. The Principal is head of of the academic and administrative affairs. In-order to ensure smooth functioning of the College administration the principalis assisted by a vice principal, who is delegated the authority when the principal is out of station.

  • Since the College runs in three shifts, the principal has nominated shift in charge to look after the smooth functioning of the shifts. This is the internal management of the College.

  • The College administration is decentralized in which different cells, and committees are constituted to discharge the functions of the smoothly.

  • Full autonomy is ensured to the cells in discharge of their functions. The plan of action is chalked out by the principal in consultation with the managements, heads of the departments and Professor in charge of different cells. The strategies and plan of action for the entire academic session is chalked out well in advance.

  • The strategies and plans are discussed in the meeting of the College council convened for the purpose.

  • The College administration thus ensures the involvement of all the faculty members in academic and administrative activities.

  • The harmony and coordination is ensured in the teaching and non-teaching staff of the College.

6.1.7- Give details of the academic and administrative leadership provided by the University to the College?

This College is an Autonomous College affiliated with A.P.S. University Rewa. The affiliating University provides Academic and administrative leadership when and where required.



  • The University nominees are nominated in Board of Studies and Academic Council of the College& Governing bodies. University nominees participate in the meetings and give valuable suggestions.

  • The affiliating University signs the mark sheets and awards degrees to the students of the College.

  • The University nominees in the autonomy body visit to College to monitor the functioning of autonomous scheme of the College.

  • All the proposals sent to University grant commission have to be signed by the Registrar/ Chairman CDC of the University.

  • University nominates the faculty members of this College in different bodies, boards and committees of the University.

  • University thus ensures academic and administrative leadership in the College.

6.1.8 - How does the College groom the leadership at various levels?

The College grooms the leadership at various levels by-


  • Motivating the administration of academy, and other academic bodies helpful to enable them for leadership roles in discharge and successful implementation of academic activities.

  • Motivating to organize workshops, seminars and other academic activities.

  • Organizing staff development initiatives in co-ordination with IQUAC.

  • Assigning additional responsibilities, other than teaching, helpful in developing leadership qualities

  • Nominating them Professor's in charge of different committees like AF committee, grievance redressal committee, anti ragging committee, discipline committee, students union, controller and deputy controller of cells constituted to ensure smooth functioning of the College administration.

  • Nominating as Professor's in charge of UGC, Autonomy, NCC, NSS, Red Cross, Red Ribbon Club, etc.

  • Assigning the responsibility of examinations in capacity of shift superintendent, assistant superintendent, observers etc.

  • Activities like NCC, NSS, Red Cross helps to include leadership qualities in students.

  • Personality development cell organizes programs to develop leadership qualities in students, faculty members to participate in training courses conducted by other Universities,

  • Extra-curricular and co-curricular activities serves as better platform for the students to groom leadership roles at various levels.

6.1.9 Has the College evolved any strategy for knowledge management? If yes, give details.

'Yes'


The College endeavors to promote better teaching- learning atmosphere. The effort of the College has been to focus on quality sustenance initiatives for the holistic development of the students.

  • The College has introduced Quiz, seminars, debates, group-discussion, students-oriented workshops with a focus on issue of current significance are frequently organized to help the students to improve their performance.

  • The faculty member's involvement in academic conferences, in service training courses helps them to develop their knowledge potential and to implement in the right course to enable the students learn more.

  • Faculty members publish research papers in the journals of National and International standard. They undertake minor and major research projects. These are helpful in not only developing research culture but also in developing quality and knowledge management initiatives.

6.1.10 How are the following values reflected in various functions of the College?

∗Contributing to national development

∗ Fostering global competencies among students

∗ Inculcating a value system among students

∗ Promoting use of technology

∗ Quest for excellence



Contributing to national development

The College endeavors to promote sprite of Nationalism and civic virtues through teaching learning initiatives. The strategies of the College has been to-



  • Motivate the students towards community development initiatives through NCC, NSS, Red Cross and Red Ribbon Club.

  • The NCC cadets participate at University, state and national level camps. It helps to develop the human qualities of co-operation, co-ordination with community. Participation of the NCC cadets in national level camps and RDC parades prepare them for leadership, team sprite and patriotism.

  • NSS helps the students to develop the qualities of compassion, co-ordination and commitment to community service.

  • It helps them to understand the problems of the rustic people in real sense.

  • Red -cross activities nurture civic responsibilities and commitment to serve the community.

  • The sports activities inculcate the values of leadership and nationalistic feeling.

Fostering Global Competencies

Globalization has posed new challenges before the society.Developing skilled human resources of high competency and caliber has become the essential requirement of the current scenario. The College strives to prepare the students for the emerging need of the current society. The College adopts strategies to cope with the situations like-



  • Revision and updation of the curriculum.

  • Introducing skilled based curriculum.

  • Personality development initiatives.

  • Proficiency in computer and spoken English

  • Assigning projects

  • Career counseling

Inculcating value system

  • The College strives to promote value based education and to inculcate value system among the students.

  • Moral education has been introduced as a foundation course for the UG Level students. Personality development cell organizes workshops on cultural heritage, moral values to inculcate value system.

  • Personality development cell organized workshops on the role and relevance of the classics, Indian culture, Social ethics.

  • The students are motivated towards the importance of hygiene, plantation, energy conservation programs, voter awareness programmes etc.

Promoting Use of technology

  • The College promotes the application of technology as learning resource &management of the activities of the institution in a technology enabled way.

  • In order to promote ICT enabled teaching the College has developed 18 Master class rooms. Every department is equipped with computer, internet and LCD projector.

  • A well equipped language lab is developed in Department of English.

  • Library has been made equipped with E books, E journals and E resources. INFLIBNET & 'N- List' Program. Reprography facility is available in the library.

  • The examination cell is computerized. Online admission and on line declaration of results is in practice.

  • The College has a functional Website.

  • Entire campus is WI-Fi with SWAN and LAN facility is available to each department. Free and easy access of the students to computer and internet is assured.

Quest for excellence-

  • The institution always strives in quest for excellence and sustenance of excellence. The institution has already been conferred CPE status by UGC, and has been recognized by the Department of Higher Education as the center for excellence.

  • In its drive for excellence the IQAC cell of the College promotes the organization of National seminars, Workshops and conferences in its initiative of quest for excellence.

  • All the faculty members are engaged in research activities & they are encouraged to attend International/ National seminars, publish research papers in National/International refereed journals, getting involved in publication of research journals in capacity of Editor, associate editor and member of advisory team.

  • The students of the College are motivated to research and participation in curricular and extra-curricular activities. The institution endeavors for all round development of the inner faculties of the students in its drive for excellence.

  1. Give details of the UGC autonomous review committee’s recommendations and its compliance.

The UGC autonomous committee had focused on-

  • Promotion of collaboration with National and Internal level academic institutions. Promotion of collaboration with Industries

  • Promotion of IT facilities, computerization of Library,

  • Promotion of Inter-disciplinary research,

  • Teachers training program in educational technology.

  • Promotion of Eco-friendly environment.

Compliance by the College-

The College has tried its level best to comply with the suggestions of the autonomous review committee. In compliance of the recommendations of UGC autonomous review committee-



  • The College endeavors to promote collaboration with National and International level Institutions. The College is one among the twelve other Colleges of Madhya Pradesh to be selected for collaboration with national/ International institutions in the scheme of department of higher under RUSA (Rastriya uchchtar Shiksha Abhiyan)

  • The College endeavors to promote IT infrastructure in the College. The entire College campus is Wi-Fi zone.

  • The library is computerized and ensures E-books & E-journals under INFLIBNET and 'N-list' program. Student's access to E-library and internet facility is ensured.

  • The College is looking forward to promote more collaboration with Industry.

  • Teachers training workshop with focus on research and application of IT is organized in the College.

  • The College promotes Eco-friendly atmosphere in the campus

  • The College has developed a sound research culture with one Major research project, 20 minor research projects completed and 05 ongoing research projects since last 04 years.

    1. Strategy Development and Deployment

  1. Does the College have a Perspective Plan for development? If so, give the aspects considered in development of policy and strategy.

∗Teaching and learning

∗Research and development

∗ Community engagement

∗ Human resource planning and development

∗ Industry interaction

∗ Internationalization



'Yes" The College has perspective plan for development-

Teaching and learning-The College endeavors to

  • Promote faculty development programs

  • Promote students exchange programs between institutions within the state

  • To promote value and skill based programs

  • To promote inter disciplinary courses

  • To promote placement drives in the College

  • To promote collaboration with other Institutions

Research and development- The Institution endeavors to-

  • Motivate the faculty members to undertake major research projects on issues of current significance.

  • To enrich the research library.

  • To promote inter-disciplinary research.

  • To promote the publications of research papers and research journals.

  • To motivate the students to undertake research projects.

Community engagement-

The Institution endeavors to –



  • Motivate the students to involve actively in community oriented extension activities through their participation in NSS, NCC, Voters awareness programs, Red-cross, Red ribbon clubs, Energy conservation events organized by the College. NSS cadets of the college participated in NIC camp in 2015.

  • Motivate faculty members to undertake community development projects & to contribute in community development.

  • Involve community in the academic activities of the College and to facilitate co-operation and co-ordination with the community.

  • Strengthen human resource by organizing faculty development programs.

  • Facilitate In-service training programs for the faculty members to enable them to the emerging needs of teaching & learning in the College.

  • Make the faculty members computer friendly to cope with the emerging need of education in current Global society.

  • Motivate faculty members to Institutional social responsibility.

  • Strengthen the staff by intensive computer training programs.

  • Prepare the faculty members, staff and students to leadership roles

Industry Interaction-

The College endeavors to –



  • To collaborate with the Industries with a view to promote dialogue with the industries regarding development of the facilities, research activities and initiative of employability of the students.

  • Signing MOU's with the Industries.

  1. Enunciate the internal organizational structure of the College for decision making processes and their effectiveness.

The organizational structure of the College for decision making and implementation is as under-



  • The Governing Body is the apex decision body having powers to decide fee structure, Instituting scholarships, fellowship, medals, on the recommendations of Finance commission and Introducing new degree courses subject to bye-laws, of the College and rules laid down by the State Government.

  • The Academic Council has powers to approve the proposals of the Board of Studies with regard to curricula, Frame regulations for admission of the students, sports, extra-curricular activities, recommends proposals to Governing body for institutions of new courses, scholarships, medals, fellowships & prizes.

  • Board of Studies prepare, revises amends syllabi, suggest panels of name of examiners, and suggests innovative methods of teaching co-ordinate research, teaching, extension and other academic activities.

  • Finance committee is an advisory body to governing body empowered to budget estimates, regarding grant received from UGC, fees collected for the activities to undertake the scheme of autonomy & audits accounts for the above.

Internal organizational structure of the College is as under-



Details of internal organizational structure of the Academic Council



Structure of Board Of studies



Organizational structure of College Administration





  1. Specify how many planned proposals were initiated/ implemented, during the last four years. Give details.

  • The College initiated several plans during last four years and tried its' level best to accomplish. The details of plans initiated and implemented during last 04 years are as under-

  • Introduction of M.Phil. course in Chemical Science,

  • Library automation, computerization and development of E-library with INFLIBNET and 'N'List program,

  • Organization 15 National seminars, 01 International Workshop and more than 100 workshops, Seminars at state and Institutional level for the students and faculty members

  • Innovation in Research by constituting a 'Research Co-ordination Cell' to monitor research activities in the campus.

  • Seminars, Assignments and project work for the UG/PG/M.Phil scholars monitored by IQAC. Integrated Seminar for PG and M.Phil. Scholars twice in an academic year at the behest of IQAC.

  • Faculty development initiatives and students enrichment workshops (by IQAC),

  • Remedial coaching for SC/ST and weaker sections, Remedial coaching for pre-entry in service for ST/SC/OBC/Minority and economically deprived sections, Remedial coaching for NET/SLET exams

  • Promotion of IT infrastructure in campus- wi-fi, SWAN and LAN facility,

  • Making all the department equipped with LCD projectors, Interactive boards, computers, laptops

  • Computerization of examination cell-

  • On-line admission and on-line declaration of CCE & Semester results

  • Development of 04 computer labs with 192 computers in the College

  • Development of one well equipped conference hall with IT facility like LCD/computers/ Interactive board and public address system

  • Enrichment of labs in Science faculty making them equipped with modern scientific equipments.

  • Construction of a well equipped In-door sports complex for Badminton, table-tennis and basketball.

  • Construction of an Out-door sports stadium for Hockey and Athletics with 08 lane running track.

  • Construction of a Badminton Hall,

  • Construction of a composite building with a Research room, Career cell, UGC cell, Remedial cell and autonomy cell etc.

  • Construction of 35 seater woman's Hostel for accommodation of Girl's coming from remote areas.

  • Organization of campus programs for student's placement.

  1. Does the College have a formally stated quality policy? How is it designed, driven, deployed and reviewed?

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