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'Yes'

(a)- The feedback of the faculty members on curriculum is obtained in the meeting of the Board of Studies.

(b)- The feedback of the students is collected on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation.

(c)- One member and two external experts in also nominated in the composition of the Board of Studies.

Their suggestions is acknowledged and implemented to best possible extent.

31. List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10) –



S.No.

Name of the distinguished alumni of the department (Maximum 10)

Current Status

1.

Dr. Ashok Narayan Shukla

Social worker

2.

Dr. Nayeem Azaad

Entrepreneur

3.

Shailesh Pandey

Contractor

4.

Rakesh Pandey

Contractor

5.

Manish Tripathi

Police Inspector

6.

Dr. Soni Singh Baghel

Guest lecturer

7.

Brijlal Chaudhary

Research scholar

8.

Anil Gupta

Entrepreneur

9.

Om Prakash Dwivedi

Journalist

10.

Munendra Kumar Tripathi

Project Manager

32. Give details of student enrichment programs (special lecture /workshops /seminar) with external experts.

  • Special lectures – The department conducts special lectures of the external experts on regular intervals to motivate the students.

  • The career counseling cell conducts the orientation programs of the external experts.

  • The personality development cell organizes the workshop for the students for their motivation.

  • Regular seminars are held on every weekend to motivate the students for innovative learning.

33. List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programs.

  • Lecture demonstration

  • Power point presentation

  • Clip chart

  • Quiz

  • Seminar

  • Class room teaching

  • Group discussion

  • Role play

  • Assignment

34. How does the department ensure that program objectives are constantly met and learning outcomes monitored?

  • The constantly monitors the performance of the students in the comprehensive constant evaluation tests that is conducted every month.

  • The performance of the students in the seminars is regularly monitored.

  • The poor performers and the poor learners are marked and they are given special attention.

  • The poor learners are provided remedial leaching if necessary.

35. Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities.

  • The students of the department actively participate in extra-curricular activities organized by the college.

  • The students of the department participate in NSS, NCC, Youth festivals, Workshop is organized.

  • The students have performed well at the National /state level cultural activities the National level.

36. Give details of the department.

  • The students of the department participate in the college level seminars, present their papers in National Conferences.

  • M-Phill scholars publish their research papers in reputed National journals.

  • Participate in Radio-Talks & Radio cultural program..

  • Actively participate in cultural activities.

37. State whether the programme/ department is accredited/graded by other agencies. Give details.

  • Yes, the programs / department is accredited with the NAAC accreditation of the college as whole. No separate grading of the department has been done by any other grading agency.

38. Details- any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenge (SWOC) of the department

Strength -



  • Eminent and well educated faculty

  • Research facility

  • Adequate teaching aids

  • Innovative practices like seminars, Quiz group discussion, surprise test

  • Participation in NSS / Sports / NCC.

Weaknesses –

  • Level of awareness of the students due to their rural background.

  • Infrastructure is proportion to the number of students.

  • Facilities of ICT in the department proportion to the number of students.

  • Job opportunities

  • Placement problem

  • Problem of professional courses.

  • Add on certificate and computer program.

Opportunities –

  • Research and post doctoral research.

  • Inter disciplinary courses and research opportunities in academic field.

  • Opportunities in leadership and administration.

  • Job appointments in teaching & civil services.

  • opportunities in Ph.D. / M.Phill / Net.

  • Research and innovation for social issues.

Challenges –

  • POOR GER in the course.

  • Infrastructure facilities in proportion to the number of students.

  • Quality research.

  • Problem of collaboration with other universities.

  • Access to computer and internet in property to the number of students.

  • Inadequate funds for research.

  • Poor employment ration.

39. Future plans of the departments (200 words) –

  • The department strives to promote inter-depart mental collaboration, as well as collaboration with national & international institutions. The department need to develop.

  • Tutorial cell to promote individualized instruction to the students. The department intends to organize international conference in the college on the historical issues of national importance.

  • Developing smart class rooms and making class rooms equipped with ICT facility is the need of the department to make teaching more interesting and rewarding.

  • The department has planned to step into research activity in collaboration with other colleges and universities.

  • The department also plans to develop a computer cell to ensure access of the students to computer and internet. The department E-journals and E-resource books make research more innovative.

EVALUATIVE REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT

POLITICAL SCIENCE

1. Name of the Department & Its year of establishment -

Political science 1936

2. Name of Programs /Courses offered

UG

1936 onwards

PG

1944 onwards

M.Phil.

2009 onwards

Ph.D.

1976 Onwards

3. Inter-disciplinary courses and Department involved - Nil

4. Annul/semester/choice based credit system - Semester system

5. Participation of the Department in the courses offered by other Departments. B.A.LLB. History

6. Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors/Asst. Professors)



Posts

Sanctioned

Filled

Professor

01

05 (01 Direct recruitment)

( 04 Upgraded against the post of assistant Professor)



Associate Professors

-

-

Asst. Professor

05

01

7.Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization (D.Sc./D.Litt/Ph.D./M.Phil. etc).

Name


Qualification



Designation



Specialization


Year of


Experience

No. of Ph.D. students guided in last 4 year

Dr. Sandhya Shukla

M.A. Ph.D.

Professor

Public Administration &Indian Govt. Politics

34

12

Dr. Gayatri Mishra

M.A. Ph.D.

Professor

Comparative politics

32

15

Dr. Shashi Tripathi

M.A. Ph.D.

Professor

Indian Govt.& Politics

32

08

Dr. Preeti Pandey

M.A. Ph.D.

Professor

International Politics

30

08

Dr. S.P.Shukla

M.A. Ph.D.

Professor

Indian Govt.& Politics

20

08

Dr. Urmila Garg

M.A. Ph.D.

Asst. professor

Indian Political Thought

32

Nil

8. Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty – Program–wise information


UG

33%

PG

NIL

M. Phill.(Self Finance)

100%

9. program- wise Student Teacher Ratio


UG

40:1

PG

1:9

M. Phill.

1:12

10. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned and filled.

  • Sanctioned - Nil

  • Filled - 02 under self financing scheme

11. Number of faculty with ongoing project from- a) National, b) International and c) Total grants received. Names of funding agencies and grants received project-wise (Last 05 Year).

Name of The Faculty

Title Of the Project

Major /Minor

Funding Agency

Grants Received

Remark

Dr. S.P.Shukla

Legal perspectives of woman- crisis & contradictions (A case study with reference to rural woman in Rewa District)

Minor

UGC (CRO)

Bhopal M.P.



85000

Final report submitted in 2013

12. Departmental project funded by DST –FIST ; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total grants received - Nil

13. Research facility /center with



  • state recognition

  • National recognition - National Recognition

  • International recognition

14. Publication

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

Name Of the Faculty

2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

Total

N*

I*

N*

I*

N*

I*

N*

I*

N*

I*

N*

I*

Dr. Sandhya Shukla

19

-

10

-

07

-

18

-

07

-

61

-

Dr. Gayatri MIshra

06

-

02

-

05

-

07

-

03

-

23

-

Dr. Shashi Tripathi

07

-

05

-

04

-

06

-

11

01

34

01

Dr.Preeti Pandey

-

-

02

-

03

-

04

-

03

-

12




Dr.S.P.Shukla

06

-

02

01

04

01

03

04

01

01

16

07

Total

146

08

N*- National / I*-International

  • Monographs - Nil

  • Chapter (s) in Books – 22

  • Editing Books – 06

Details of Books edited-

Name of Faculty as Editor

Title of the book

Publication

ISBN

Year

Dr. Sandhya 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




  • Books with ISBN number with details of publishers -01, Coalition Government AT the centre, Pratibha Prakashan New Delhi ISBN 978-93-81713-07-5- by Dr. S.P. SHUKLA

  • Number listed in International Database (for e.g. Web of Science , Scopus, Humanities International Complete , database –International Social Directory .EBSCO host, etc.)- Nil

  • Citation Index –range/ average- Nil

  • SNIP-- Nil

  • Sjr- SCI Journal rank - Nil

  • Impact factor –range /average –Nil

  • h-index – Nil

15. Details of patent and income generated – Nil

16. Areas of consultancy and income generated – Nil



17. Faculty recharging strategies –

  • All the faculty members participate & present research papers in Seminars, Workshops & Conferences

  • Faculty members are engaged in publishing the research papers in National/ International Journals with impact factors

  • 02 Faculty Members of the Department have participated in 10 in-training courses organized by RCVP academy of administration Bhopal M.P.

  • All the faculty members have completed Orientation/ Refresher courses

18. Student project -

  • Percentage of student who have done in –house project including inter–Department- 100% students of B.A. VI semester & M.A. IV Sem. Are assigned in-house projects.

  • Percentage of student doing project in collaboration with industries/institute - NIL

19. Awards /recognitions received at the national and international level by-

  • Faculty-NIL

  • Doctoral /post doctoral fellow – NIL

  • Students- NIL

20. Seminar / Conference/ Work shop organized and the source of funding agency (national/international) with details of outstanding participants –

Name of activity organized

Date of organized event

Status

Funding

Details of Outstanding Participants

National

International

Seminar

27&28 Feb 2011

National




UGC (CRO)

200

21. Student profile course –wise : (last 04 years)

Name of the Course

A R

S

Pass %


A R

S


Pass %

A R

S



Pass %

A R

S



Pass %

2011-2012




2012-2013




2013-2014




2014-2015

M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F

UG.




43

5

78

22




28

3

96

4




74

22

87

13




35

9

86

14

PG.




10

2

100

0




15

2

80

20




17

5

87

13




25

10

75

25

M.Phil.




24

2

96

4




19

5

81

19




6

3

63

37




11

8







AR*- Applications received- Data not available because the admission is online in which the students indicate the choice of the Colleges. Admission of the current session and pass % data of the final semester is given.
22. Diversity of student

Name of the

Course



%of student from the

College


%of student

from the


state

% of student

from other

state


% of student

from other

countries


UG I




100%

-

-

PG

100%










M. Phil.

75%

-

25%

-

Ph.D.

75%

10%

12%

3%

23. How many student have a cleared Civil Services, NET, SLET, GATE and any other competitive? (last 04 academic sessions) 02 NET, 02 Police constables, 01 Lecturer

24. Student progression



Student progression

Percentage against enrolled

UG to PG

25%

PG to M.Phil.

65%

PG to Ph.D.

100%

Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral

Nil

Employed

  • Campus selection

  • Other than campus recruitment

Nil


10

Entrepreneurs

Nil

25. Diversity of staff

Percentage of faculty who are graduate

of the same parent university

84%

form other universities within the State




from other universities from other State

16%

26.Number of Faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Lit. during the assessment period-

  • All the members have done Ph.D. before the assessment period

27.Present details about Infrastructural facilities-

(A) Library-



  • The Departmental library has more than 500 books.

  • The students and research scholars can have easy access to text books, reference books from the Departmental library.

(B)- Internet facilities for staff and students-

  • The Department is connected with Wi-Fi facility, LAN facility. The staff and students can avail the facilities of Internet at their convenience in the Department.

(C) Total numbers of class rooms-

  • 06 class rooms

(d) Class rooms with ICT facility-

  • The college has 18 master class rooms and a conference hall with ICT facility where the special classes are held for the students as required.

  • 01 master class room has been developed for the Department.

  • The Departmental workshops and seminars are held in the conference hall.

(E) Students Laboratories- Not applicable

(f) Research Laboratories - Not applicable

28. No of Students getting financial assistance from the college-


  • All the students avail scholarship under the schemes of the Government such as Post matric, 'Gaon Ki Beti ''Pratibha Kiran' 'Vikramaditya Yojna' traveling allowance for girls, Research scholarship.

  • Sc/St students of regular courses enjoy full free ship. Free stationary and books are provided to the students belonging to Sc/St category.

  • The college provides financial assistance to the students of economically deprived sections under the scheme of Poor Boys Fund.

29. Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new programs? If so give the methodology.

  • No new program has been developed in the Department

30. Does the Department obtain feedback from-

  1. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning evaluation? If yes how does the Department utilize it?

  2. -Students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching learning -evaluation and what is the response of the Department to the same.

  3. Alumni and employers on the programs and what is the response of the Department to the same.

'Yes'

(a)- The feedback of the faculty members on curriculum is obtained in the meeting of the Board of Studies.

(b)- The feedback of the students is collected on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation.

(c)- One member and two external experts in also nominated in the composition of the Board of Studies.

Their suggestions is acknowledged and implemented to best possible extent.

31. List the distinguished alumni of the Department-



Sr. No.

Name of the Alumni

Current positions held

1.

Shri Sabhakant Dwivedi

Police Inspector

2.

Shri Radha Ballabh Mishra

Advocate

3.

Smt Archana Awasthi

lecturer

4.

Smt. Archana Pandey

Lecturer

5.

Shri Subodh Pandey

Social Service

6.

Shri Vinod Pandey

Lecturer

7.

Miss Anjali Dixit

Police Constable

8.

Dr. Ram Niwas Patel

NET, Lecturer Guest Faculty

32. Give details of student enrichment programs with external experts-

  • Special lectures- The Department conduct special lectures of the external experts on regular intervals. The career counseling cell conducts the orientation programs of the external experts. The personality development cell organizes the workshops for the students for their motivation.

  • Regular seminars are held on every weekend to motivate the students for innovative learning.

33. List the teaching -methods adopted by the faculty for the different programs-

  • Lecture method

  • Power point presentation

  • Clip- chart

  • Quiz

  • Seminar

  • Class- room teaching

  • Group- discussion

  • Role play

  • Assignment

34. How does the Department ensure that the program objectives are constantly met and learning outcomes are monitored?

  • The Department constantly monitors the performance of the students in the comprehensive constant evaluation tests that is conducted every month.

  • The performance of the students in the seminars is regularly monitored.

  • The poor performers and the poor learners are marked and they are given special attention.The poor learners are provided remedial teaching if necessary.

35. Highlight the participation of the students in extension activities-

  • The Students of the Department actively participate in extra-curricular activities such as NSS, NCC, Youth festivals, workshops organized by the Department on environment consciousness, National voter's day celebrations.

36. Give details 'beyond syllabus scholarly activities-

  • The students of the Department participate in the National level, state level, and institutional level seminars, present their papers in National conferences.

  • M.Phil Scholars publish their research papers in reputed National Journals

  • A few students Participate in Radio-Talks and actively participate in cultural activities.

37. State whether the program/Department is accredited/graded by other agencies. Give details.

'Yes' the Programs/Department was accredited with the NAAC accreditation of the college as whole. No separate grading of the Department has been done by any other grading agency.

38. Detail any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Challenges of the Department.

Strength


  • Eminent and well educated faculty

  • Research facility

  • Departmental library

  • Adequate teaching aids

  • Innovative Practices like seminars, Quiz Group discussion, surprise test

Weakness

  • Infrastructure in proportion to the number of students

  • Facilities of ICT in the Department proportion to the number of students

  • Job opportunities

  • Problems of professional courses

  • Add on certificate and computer program's

Opportunities



  • Research and Post-Doctoral Research

  • Inter-Disciplinary courses and research opportunities in academic field

  • Opportunities in leadership and administration

  • Job appointments in teaching & Civil Service

  • Opportunities in Ph.D./M.Phil/Net. Research and innovation for social issues

Challenges

  • GER in the course

  • Infrastructural facilities in proportion to the number of students

  • Quality Research

  • Problem of collaboration with other universities

  • Access to computer and internet in proportion to the number of students

  • Inadequate funds for research

39. Future plans of the Department

  • The Department strives to promote Inter-Departmental collaboration, as well as collaboration with national & international institutions.

  • The Department needs to develop tutorial cells to promote individualized instruction to the students.

  • The Department has planned to organize National level workshop on research methodology to promote & motivate research activities in the faculty members.

  • The Department plans to start new course For Public Administration and Journalism at PG level. Starting professional courses to enhance the possibility of employability of the students is in the priority of the Department.

  • Promotion of research activities and motivation to innovative research is also in the priority of the Department.

  • To enrich the Departmental library with reference books and IT facility is in the vision of the Department.

  • The Department intends to apply for the Major/ minor research projects on contemporary issues. In order to promote poor learners and poor performers the Department wishes to hold remedial classes for the students of the Department.

  • Developing smart class rooms and making class rooms equipped with ICT facility is the need of the Department to make teaching more interesting and rewarding.

  • The Department has planned to step into research activity in collaboration with other colleges and universities. The Department also plans to develop a computer cell to ensure access of the students to computer and Internet.

  • The Department intends to subscribe Journals, E- journals and e- resource books to make research more innovative.



EVALUATIVE REPORT OF

DEPARTMENT OF SANSKRIT


1. Name of the Department & Its year of establishment

Sanskrit

UG-1944


PG-1948




M.PHIL

Ph.D.


2009 on wards

1976 on wards

3. Inter-disciplinary courses and department involved.- Nil

4. Annul/semester/choice based credit system – Semester system

5. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments.

6. Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors/Asst. Professors)




Posts

Sanctioned

Filled

Professor

01

02(Upgraded against the post of Assistant Professor)

Associate Professors

-

-

Asst. Professor

03

-

7. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization (D.Sc./D.Litt/Ph.D./M.Phil. etc).

Name

Qualification

Designation

Specialization



Year of Experience

No. of Ph.D. students guided in the last 4 year

Dr. R.P. Chaturvedi

M.A. Ph.D.

Professor & Head

Vyakaran & Sahitya

30 Yrs.

16

Dr. U.K. Mishra

M.A. Ph.D.

Professor

Sahitya

33 Yrs.

12

Dr. Ramesh Pathak

M.A. Ph.D.

Guest. Lecturer

Sahitya

12 Yrs.




Dr. Shilpi Mishra

M.A. Ph.D.

Guest. Lecturer

Sahitya

02 Yrs.




TEMPORARY FACULTY(SELF-FINANCE)

Dr. Kiran Sharma

M.A. Ph.D.

Guest. Faculty (Janbhagidari)

Sahitya

05 Yrs.




Prof. Rewashankar Mishra

M.A., M.Phil

Guest. Faculty (Self Finance)

Sahitya

03 Yrs.



8. Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty – Program–wise information -



UG

60 %

PG

40%

M. Phill.

100%

9. Program - wise Student Teacher Ratio -




UG

7:1

PG

6:1

M. Phill.

6:1

10. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned and filled. Nil.

11. Number of faculty with ongoing project from- a) National, b) International and c) Total grants received. Mention names of funding agencies and grants received project-wise (Last 05 Year).



Name of The Faculty Members

Title Of the Project

National/

International



Funding Agency

Total Grants Received

Dr. R.P. Chaturvedi

T;ksfr"k xzUFkksa esa izlo foe'kZ dh vo/kkj.kk

Minor, National

UGC CRO Bhopal (M.P.)

1,05000.00

12. Departmental project funded by DST –FIST ; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total grants received -

13. Research facility /center with


  • state recognition

  • National recognition National Recognition

  • International recognition

14. Publication



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



S.No.

Name of Faculty

2010-11

N


2011-12

N I


2012-13

N


2013-14

N


2014-15

N


Total

N


1.

Dr. R.P. Chaturvedi

07

05+01

08

09

07

37

2.

Dr. U.K. Mishra

03

05

05

06

06

25

3.

Dr. Ramesh Pathak

02

03

03

03

04

15

4.

Dr. Shilpi Mishra

-

-

-

-

03

03

5.

Dr. Kiran Sharma

-

-

-

-

02

02

6.

Prof. Rewashankar Mishra

-

-

-

-

01

01




  • Monographs - Nil

  • Chapter (s) in Books- 05

  • Editing Books – 02

  • Books with ISBN number with details of publishers – 01

  • Number listed in International Database (for e.g. Web of Science , Scopus, Humanities International Complete , database –International Social Directory .EBSCO host, etc.)

  • Citation Index –range/ average – Nil

  • SNIP-Source Normalized Impact Per Paper – Nil

  • Sjr- SCI Journal rank – Nil

  • Impact factor –range /average – Nil

  • h-index –

15. Details of patent and income generated – Nil

16. Areas of consultancy and income generated – Nil



17. Faculty recharging strategies –

  • All the faculty members participate & present research papers in seminars, workshops & conferences.

  • Faculty members are engaged in publishing the research papers in National/International journals with impact factors.

  • 01 faculty members of the department have done in training courses organized by RCVP academy of administration Bhopal (M.P.).

  • All the faculty members have completed orientation refresher courses.

18. Student project -

  • percentage of student who have done in –house project including inter –department

100 % students of BA VI semester & M.A. IV Sem.

  • percentage of student doing project in collaboration with industries/institute - Nil

19. Awards/recognitions received at the national and international level by -

  • Faculty Nil

  • Doctoral/post doctoral fellow – Nil

  • Students Nil

20. Seminar/Conference/Work shop organized and the source of funding agency (national/international) with details of outstanding participants- NIL
21. Student profile course –wise: (last 04 years)


Name of the Course

AR*

Selected

Pass %


AR*

Selected


Pass %

AR*

Selected



Pass %

AR*

Selected



Pass %

2011-2012




2012-2013




2013-2014




2014-2015







M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F

UG




2

0

100

0




0

1

0

0




3

1

100

0




1

0

75

25

PG




0

7

67

33




0

3

17

83




0

4

0

100




2

2

0

100

M. Phil.




5

3

80

20




4

4

33

67




3

2

60

40




1

3






Note- AR*-application received S*-Students selected for that session Pass- pass % of final year students only

22. Diversity of student -



Name of the

Course



Percent of student from the

College


Percent of student

from the


state

Percent of student

from other

state


Percent of student

from other

countries


UG




100 %







PG

100 %










M. Phil.

90 %




25 %




Ph.D.

90 %

10 %

20 %


23. How many student have a cleared Civil Services, NET, SLET, GATE and any other competitive examinations? (last 04 academic sessions)

24. Student progression

Student progression

Percentage against enrolled

UG to PG

75 %

PG to M.Phil.

80 %

PG to Ph.D.

90 %

Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral

Nil

Employed

  • Campus selection

  • Other than campus recruitment

Nil


25 %

Entrepreneurs



25. Diversity of staff -




Percentage of faculty who are graduate

of the same parent university

80 %

form other universities within the State

Nil

from other universities from other State

20 %

26. Number of faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.sc. and D.Litt. during the assessment period

All the members have done Ph.D. before the assessment period.

27. Present details about infrastructural facilities

a) Library –


  • The department library has been more than 540 books.

  • The students and research scholars can have easy access to text books, reference books from the department library.

b) Internet facilities for staff and students -

  • The department is connected with LAN faculty. The staff and students can avail the facilities of internet at their convenience in the department.

c) Total number of class rooms - 05

d) Class rooms with ICT facility –



  • The Department has one master class rooms and a conference hall with ICT facility where the special classes are held for the students as required.

  • The departmental workshops and seminars are held in the conference hall.

e) Students' laboratories - Not applicable

f) Research laboratories –No specific or exclusive research laboratory exists as such.

28. No of Students getting financial assistance from the college-


  • All the students avail scholarship under the schemes of the Government such as Post matric, 'Gaon Ki Beti''Pratibha Kiran' 'Vikramaditya Yojna' traveling allowance for girls, Research scholarship.

  • Sc/St students of regular courses enjoy full free ship. Free stationary and books are provided to the students belonging to Sc/St category.

  • The college provides financial assistance to the students of economically deprived sections under the scheme of Poor Boys Fund.

29. Was any need assessment exercise undertaken the development of new program (S)? If so give the methodology.

Yes, new program on Karmkand & Jyotish is proposed in the department.

30. Does the Department obtain feedback from-


  1. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning evaluation? If yes how does the Department utilize it?

  2. -Students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching learning -evaluation and what is the response of the Department to the same.

  3. Alumni and employers on the programs and what is the response of the Department to the same.

'Yes'

(a)- The feedback of the faculty members on curriculum is obtained in the meeting of the Board of Studies.

(b)- The feedback of the students is collected on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation.

(c)- One member and two external experts in also nominated in the composition of the Board of Studies.

Their suggestions is acknowledged and implemented to best possible extent.

31. List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10) –




S.No.

Name of the distinguished alumni of the department (Maximum 10)

Current Status

1.

Dr. M.P. Tripathi

V.C. Padini Sanskrit V.V Ujjain

2.

Dr. Balmik Mishra

Professor

3.

Dr. Anil Pandey

Professor

4.

Dr. Mandvi Sharan Tripathi

Asst. Professor

5.

Dr. Prathibha Jain

Professor

6.

Shri R.L. Sharma

BDO

7.

Dr. Shilendra Pathak

Professor

8.

Dr. R.S. Ojha

Asst. Professor

9.

Smt. Poonam Verma

Administrative Service

10.

Smt. Rashmi Tripathi

Lecturer

11.

Shri B.K. Dwivedi

Advocate

32. Give details of student enrichment programs (special lecture /workshops /seminar) with external experts.



  • Special lectures – The department conducts special lectures of the external experts on regular intervals to motivate the students.

  • The career counseling cell conducts the orientation programs of the external experts.

  • The personality development cell organizes the workshop for the students for their motivation.

  • Regular seminars are held on every weekend to motivate the students for innovative learning.

33. List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programs.

  • Lecture method

  • Power point presentation

  • Clip chart

  • Quiz

  • Seminar

  • Class room teaching

  • Group discussion

  • Role play

  • Assignment

34. How does the department ensure that program objectives are constantly met and learning outcomes monitored?

  • The Department monitors the performance of the students in the comprehensive constant evaluation tests that is conducted every month.

  • The performance of the students in the seminars is regularly monitored.

  • The poor performers and the poor learners are marked and they are given special attention.

  • The poor learners are provided remedial leaching if necessary.

35. Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities.

  • The students of the department actively participate in extra-curricular activities organized by the college.

  • The students of the department participate in NSS, NCC, Youth festivals, Workshop organized by the department on environment consciousness.

36. Give details of the department.

  • The students of the department participate in the college level seminars, present their papers in National Conferences.

  • M-Phill scholars publish their research papers in reputed National journals.

  • Actively participate in cultural activities.

37. State whether the programme/ department is accredited/graded by other agencies. Give details.

  • Yes, the programs / department is accredited with the NAAC accreditation of the college as whole. No separate grading of the department has been done by any other grading agency.

38. Details- any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenge (SWOC) of the department

Strength -



  • Eminent and well educated faculty

  • Research facility

  • Departmental library

  • Adequate teaching aids

  • Innovative practices like seminars, Quiz group discussion, surprise test

  • Youth festival

  • Participation in NSS / Sports / NCC.

Weaknesses –

  • Level of awareness of the students due to their rural background.

  • Infrastructure is proportion to the number of students.

  • Facilities of ICT in the department proportion to the number of students.

  • Job opportunities

  • Placement problem

  • Problem of professional courses.

  • Add on certificate and computer program.

Opportunities –

  • Research and post doctoral research.

  • Inter disciplinary courses and research opportunities in academic field.

  • Opportunities in leadership and administration.

  • Job appointments in teaching & civil services.

  • opportunities in Ph.D. / M.Phill / Net.

  • Research and innovation for social issues.

Challenges –

  • GER in the course.

  • Infrastructure facilities in proportion to the number of students.

  • Quality research.

  • Problem of collaboration with other universities.

  • Access to computer and internet in property to the number of students.

  • Inadequate funds for research.

  • Poor employment ration.

39. Future plans of the departments (200 words) –

  • The department strives to promote inter-depart mental collaboration, as well as collaboration with national & international institutions.

  • The department has planned to organize national level workshop on research methodology to promote & motivate research activities in the faculty members.

  • The College intends to introduce Jyotish, Karm kand and Vastu Shastra to ensure employability of the students.

  • Promotion of research activities and motivation to innovative research is also in the priority of the department to enrich the departmental library with reference books and IT facility is in the vision of the department.

  • The department intends to apply for the Major / minor research projects on historical events. In order to promote poor learners and poor performers the department wishes to hold remedial classes for the students of the departments.

  • Developing smart class rooms and making class rooms equipped with ICT facility is the need of the department to make teaching more interesting and rewarding.

  • The department also plans to develop a computer cell to ensure access of the students to computer and internet. The department E-journals and E-resource books make research more innovative.


EVALUATIVE REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY





1.Name of the Department & Its year of establishment

SOCIOLOGY

1944





2.Name of Programs /Courses offered

UG- B. A. Hons. 1944 onwards

PG- M.A. 1955 Onwards

M.Phil.- MPhil Sociology 2009 onwards

Ph.D.- PhD(Research Centre),



3. Inter-disciplinary courses and department involved.- MSW

4. Annul/semester/choice based credit system- Semester System

5. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments. MSW

6. Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors/Asst. Professors)



Posts

Sanctioned

Filled

Professor

01

02

Associate Professors







Asst. Professor

05

03

7. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization (D.Sc./D.Litt/Ph.D./M.Phil etc).

Name

Qualification

Designation

Specialization

Year of Experience

No. of Ph.D. students guided in the last 4 year

Dr. K. K. Sharma

M.A., PhD

Professor

Tribal Sociology

33

17

Dr. Mahesh Shukla

M.A., PhD

Professor

Suicide, Tribal Journalism

31

18

Dr. Shaheda Siddique

M.A., PhD

Assistant

Professor



Rural & Tribal Sociology

32

06

Dr. Akhilesh Shukla

M.A., MPhil, PhD

Assistant

Professor



Criminology and Police Science

22

08

Dr. Madhulika Shrivastava

M.A., MPhil, PhD

Assistant

Professor




Tribal Sociology

21

03

TEMPORARY FACULTY(GUEST LECTURER)

Prof. Devendra Tyagi

M.A.,

Guest Teacher




02




TEMPORARY FACULTY(SELF- FINANCE)

Dr. Abha Dwevedi

M.A., PhD

Self Finance Teacher

Rural Leadership

05




Dr. Priyanka Pandey

M.A., PhD

Self Finance Teacher




05




8. Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty – Program–wise information

UG

30

PG

Nil

M. Phill.

100

9. Program- wise Student Teacher Ratio

UG

1:24

PG

1:6

M. Phill. (Self Finance)

1:15

10. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned and filled.

Sanctioned

Filled

Computer Operator Temporary

01

Temporary Skilled Labor

02

11. Number of faculty with ongoing project from- a) National, b) International and c) Total grants received. Mention names of funding agencies and grants received project-wise (Last 05 Year).

Name of The Faculty Members

Title Of the Project

National/International

Funding Agency

Total Grants Received

Dr. Akhilesh Shukla

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Project Completed and Report Submitted.


12. Departmental project funded by DST –FIST ; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total grants received - Nil

13. Research facility /center with



  • state recognition

  • National recognition- National recognition

  • International recognition

14. Publication

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

    Name Of the Faculty

    2011-12

    2012-13

    2013-14

    2014-15

    2015-16

    Total

    Dr. K. K. Sharma

    03

    03

    15

    05

    05

    31

    Dr. Mahesh Shukla

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    Dr. Shaheda Siddique

    03

    04

    07

    11

    11

    36

    Dr. Akhilesh Shukla

    14

    14

    38

    15

    12

    93

    Dr. Madhulika Shrivastava

    02

    -

    15

    10

    08

    36

    Dr. Abha Dwevedi










    01




    01

    Dr. Priyanka Pandey

    01

    02










    03

  • Monographs - Nil

  • Chapter (s) in Books-

    Name Of the Faculty

    2011-12

    2012-13

    2013-14

    2014-15

    2015-16

    Dr. K. K. Sharma

    -

    -

    01

    -




    Dr. Mahesh Shukla

    1

    2

    01

    -

    -

    Dr. Shaheda Siddique







    03

    02

    01

    Dr. Akhilesh Shukla

    11

    18

    22

    09

    06

    Dr. Madhulika Shrivastava







    03

    01

    02

  • Editing Books –

    Name Of the Faculty

    2011-12

    2012-13

    2013-14

    2014-15

    2015-16

    Dr. Mahesh Shukla

    -

    -

    -

    01




    Dr. Akhilesh Shukla

    04

    04

    04

    02

    02

  • Books with ISBN number with details of publishers

Name

Title

Publication

ISBN

Dr. Akhilesh Shukla

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







Gayatri publication, Rewa

978-81-87369-59-7




Juvenile deliquency

Gayatri publication, Rewa

978-81-87369-50-4




  • Number listed in International Database (for e.g. Web of Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, database –International Social Directory .EBSCO host, etc.)- Edited Book- Rural Development in India- Editor- Dr. S. Akhilesh Indexed in CAB, United Kingdom ISBN 978-81-87364-40-5

  • Citation Index –range/ average- Nil

  • SNIP-Source Normalized Impact Per Paper- Nil

  • Sjr- SCI Journal rank - Nil

  • Impact factor –range /average – RJAMSS (ISSN 0975-4083 & Impact Factor 1.223 IIFS) & RJSLS (ISSN 0973-3914 & Impact Factor 1.776 IIFS)

  • h-index – Nil

15. Details of patent and income generated – Nil

16. Areas of consultancy and income generated – Nil

17. Faculty recharging strategies –


  • Each faculty member has already completed their Orientation and Refresher Programs. All the faculty members participate & present research papers in Seminars, Workshops & Conferences

  • Faculty members are engaged in publishing the research papers in National/ International Journals with impact factors

18. Student project

Student Project

Course

2015-16

Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter-departmental

B. A. Hons. V Sem

100%

M.A. IV Sem

100%

MSW IV Sem

100%

Percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with industries / institutes

Nil


19. Awards /recognitions received at the national and international level by-




Faculty

Dr. Akhilesh Shukla Honoured by the Government of India, New Delhi with Prestigious "Pt. Govind Vallabh Pant Award" Dated June 2014 on his book "Police Public Relation" (ISBN 978-81-87364-4) (in Hindi)




Doctoral/ Post Doctoral Fellows

Nil




Students

Nil

20. Seminar / Conference/ Work shop organized and the source of funding agency (national/international) with details of outstanding participants –

Name of activity organized

Date of organised event

Title of the event

Funding

Details of Outstanding Participants







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Seminar


21-22 Feb. 2015

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21. Student profile course –wise: (last 04 years)

Name of the Course

AR*

Selected

Pass %


AR*

Selected


Pass %

AR*

Selected



Pass %

AR*

Selected



Pass %

2011-2012




2012-2013




2013-2014




2014-2015







M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F

UG




14

10

82

18




7

7

66

34




26

25

5

95




6

7

33

67

PG




5

4

44

56




3

13

50

50




16

7

50

50




5

12

81

19

MPIL




9

11

43

57




12

9

60

40




3

8

36

64




2

14







PhD





























































Note- AR*-application received S*-Students selected for that session Pass- pass % of final year students only

22. Diversity of student



Name of the

Course




%of student from the

College


%of student

from the


state

% of student

from other

state


% of student

from other

countries


UG

80

20







PG

75

25







M. Phil.

50

30

20




MSW

50

40

10




Ph.D.

70

20

10




23. How many students have a cleared Civil Services, NET, SLET, GATE and any other competitive examinations? (Last 04 academic sessions)- 03

24. Student progression



Student progression

Percentage against

enrolled


UG to PG

60

UG to MSW

80

PG to M.Phil.

70

PG to Ph.D.

Nil

Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral




Employed

  • Campus selection

  • Other than campus recruitment

Nil


10%

Entrepreneurs

10%

25. Diversity of staff- 100% Same State

Percentage of faculty who are graduate

of the same parent university

100%

form other universities within the State

-

from other universities from other State

-

26. Number of faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.sc. and D.Litt. during the assessment period - Each faculty member holds Ph.D. degree before assessment period.

27. Present details about infrastructural facilities

(a) Library: Yes

Reference Books- 540

(b) Internet facilities for staff and students: Yes

(c) Total number of class rooms: 09 rooms

(d) Class rooms with ICT facility: Yes, the students utilized conference hall/master class room as per requirement

(e) Students’ laboratories: NA

(f) Research laboratories/Research Room: NA

28. No of Students getting financial assistance from the college-



  • All the students avail scholarship under the schemes of the Government such as Post matric, 'Gaon Ki Beti''Pratibha Kiran' 'Vikramaditya Yojna' traveling allowance for girls, Research scholarship.

  • Sc/St students of regular courses enjoy full free ship. Free stationary and books are provided to the students belonging to Sc/St category.

  • The college provides financial assistance to the students of economically deprived sections under the scheme of Poor Boys Fund.

29. Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new program(s)? If so, give the methodology.

30. Does the Department obtain feedback from-



  1. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning evaluation? If yes how does the Department utilize it?

  2. -Students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching learning -evaluation and what is the response of the Department to the same.

  3. Alumni and employers on the programs and what is the response of the Department to the same.

'Yes'

(a)- The feedback of the faculty members on curriculum is obtained in the meeting of the Board of Studies.

(b)- The feedback of the students is collected on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation.

(c)- One member and two external experts in also nominated in the composition of the Board of Studies.

Their suggestions is acknowledged and implemented to best possible extent.

31. List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10)




S. N.

Name

Profession

01

Mr. Vijay Mishra

Contactor

02

Mr. Satish Kumar Mishra

Police Inspector

03

Mr. Ram Bhushan Mishra

Sport Officer

04

Mr. Vivek Singh

Guest Lecturer

05

Mr. Manoj Singh

Assistant Professor

06

Mr.Diwakar Prasad

Advocate

07

Mr. Subdodh Pandey

Leader

08

Mr. Vikas Singh Baghel

Indian Army

32. Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar) with external experts.

We invite subject experts for special lectures. Department organize each Saturday seminar.

33. List the teaching -methods adopted by the faculty for the different programs-



  • Lecture method

  • Power point presentation

  • Clip- chart

  • Quiz

  • Seminar

  • Class- room teaching

  • Group- discussion

  • Role play

  • Assignment

34. How does the department ensure that the program objectives are constantly met and learning outcomes are monitored?

  • The Department constantly monitors the performance of the students in the comprehensive constant evaluation tests that is conducted every month.

  • The performance of the students in the seminars is regularly monitored.

  • The poor performers and the poor learners are marked and they are given special attention.

  • The poor learners are provided remedial teaching if necessary.

35. Highlight the participation of the students in extension activities-

  • The Students of the department actively participate in extra-curricular activities organized by the college.

  • The students of the department participate in NSS, NCC, Youth festivals, workshops organized by the department on environment consciousness,

36. Give details 'beyond syllabus scholarly activities-

  • The students of the department participate in the college level seminars, present their papers in National conferences.

  • M.Phil Scholars publish their research papers in reputed National Journals

  • Actively participate in cultural activities.

37. State whether the program/department is accredited/graded by other agencies. Give details.

'Yes' the programs/Department is accredited with the NAAC accreditation of the college as whole. No separate grading of the department has been done by any other grading agency.

38. Detail any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of the department

Strength


  • Eminent and well educated faculty

  • Research facility

  • Departmental library

  • Adequate teaching aids

  • Innovative Practices like seminars, Quiz Group discussion, surprise test

  • Youth festival

  • Participation in NSS/Sports/NCC

Weakness

  • Level of awareness of the students due to their Rural background

  • Infrastructure in proportion to the number of students

  • Facilities of ICT in the department proportion to the number of students

  • Job opportunities

  • Placements problem

  • Problems of professional courses

  • Add on certificate and computer program's

Opportunities

  • Research and Post-Doctoral Research

  • Inter-Disciplinary courses and research opportunities in academic field

  • Opportunities in leadership and administration

  • Job appointments in teaching & Civil Service

  • Opportunities in Ph.D./M.Phil/Net

  • Research and innovation for social issues

Challenges

  • GER in the course

  • Infrastructural facilities in proportion to the number of students

  • Quality Research

  • Problem of collaboration with other universities

  • Access to computer and internet in proportion to the number of students

  • Inadequate funds for research

  • Poor employment ratio

39. Future plans of the department

  • The department strives to promote Inter-departmental collaboration, as well as collaboration with national & international institutions.

  • The department has planned to organize National level workshop on research methodology to promote & motivate research activities in the faculty members.

  • The department plans to start professional courses to enhance the possibility of employability of the students is in the priority of the department.

  • Promotion of research activities and motivation to innovative research is also in the priority of the department. To enrich the departmental library with reference books and IT facility is in the vision of the department.

  • The department intends to apply for the Major/ minor research projects on social issues.




EVALUATIVE REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT

MASTER OF SOCIAL WORKS




1.Name of the Department & Its year of establishment

MASTER OF SOCIAL WORKS


2.Name of Programs /Courses offered

Master of Social Works, 2009 onwards

3. Inter-disciplinary courses and department involved.- Sociology

4. Annul/semester/choice based credit system- Semester System

5. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments. Sociology

6. Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors/Asst. Professors)- Self Finance program) Under self finance scheme 4 Guest lecturers have been appointed



Posts

Sanctioned

Filled

Professor

Nil

Nil

Associate Professors

Nil

Nil

Asst. Professor

Nil

Nil

7. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization (D.Sc./D.Litt/Ph.D./M.Phil etc).

Name

Qualification

Designation

Specialization

Year of Experience

No. of Ph.D. students guided in the last 4 year

Dr. Akhilesh Shukla

Professor in- Charge

TEMPORARY FACULTY(SELF- FINANCE)

Dr. Gunjan Singh

M.S.W., PhD

Self Finance

Women's crime

06

nil

Dr. Anil Dwevedi

M.A., PhD







03

nil

Suman Tripathi

M.S.W., MPhil







01

nil

Prof. Shiv Bihari Kushwaha

M.S.W., MPhil







01

nil

V.K.Pandey

LLM







06

nil

8. Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty – Program–wise information

MSW

100

9. Program- wise Student Teacher Ratio

MSW (Self Finance)

1:36

10. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned and filled.




Sanctioned- Nil

Filled-NIL

Computer Operator Temporary under self finance scheme

01

11. Number of faculty with ongoing project from- a) National, b) International and c) Total grants received. Mention names of funding agencies and grants received project-wise (Last 05 Year). NIL

12. Departmental project funded by DST –FIST ; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total grants received - Nil

13. Research facility /center with -NA


  • state recognition

  • National recognition-

  • International recognition

14. Publication

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

    Name Of the Faculty

    2011-12

    2012-13

    2013-14

    2014-15

    2015-16

    Total

    Dr. Gunjan Singh
















    02

    Dr. Anil Dwevedi







    01

    01

    01

    03

    Prof. Shiv Bihari Kushwaha













    01

    01

  • Monographs - Nil

  • Chapter (s) in Books-NIL

  • Editing Books –NIL

  • Books with ISBN number with details of publishers- NIL

  • Number listed in International Database (for e.g. Web of Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, database –International Social Directory .EBSCO host, etc.)- NIL

  • Citation Index –range/ average- Nil

  • SNIP-Source Normalised Impact Per Paper- Nil

  • Sjr- SCI Journal rank - Nil

  • Impact factor –range /average – Nil

  • h-index – Nil

15. Details of patent and income generated – Nil

16. Areas of consultancy and income generated – Nil

17. Faculty recharging strategies –


  • All the faculty members participate & present research papers in Seminars, Workshops & Conferences

  • Faculty members are engaged in publishing the research papers in National/ International Journals with impact factors

18. Student project

Student Project

Course

2015-16

Percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with industries / institutes

MSW IV Sem

100%

19. Awards /recognitions received at the national and international level by-NIL

20. Seminar / Conference/ Work shop organized and the source of funding agency (national/international) with details of outstanding participants –NIL

21. Student profile course –wise: (last 04 years)



Name of the Course

AR*

Selected

Pass %


AR*

Selected


Pass %

AR*

Selected



Pass %

AR*

Selected



Pass %

2011-2012




2012-2013




2013-2014




2014-2015







M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F

MSW




70

31

74

26




60

33

66

34




61

25

59

41




53

56

68

32

Note- AR*-application received S*-Students selected for that session Pass- pass % of final year students only

22. Diversity of student



Name of the

Course



%of student from the

College

%of student

from the

state

% of student

from other

state

% of student

from other

countries

MSW

50

40

10




23. How many students have a cleared Civil Services, NET, SLET, GATE and any other competitive examinations? (Last 04 academic sessions)- NIL

24. Student progression



Student progression

Percentage against

enrolled

UG to MSW

80

Employed

  • Campus selection

  • Other than campus recruitment

Nil


10%

Entrepreneurs

10%

25. Diversity of staff- 100% Same State



Percentage of faculty who are graduate

of the same parent university

100%

form other universities within the State

-

from other universities from other State

-

26. Number of faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.sc. and D.Litt. during the assessment period NA

27. Present details about infrastructural facilities

(a) Library: Yes

Reference Books- 540

(b) Internet facilities for staff and students: Yes

(c) Total number of class rooms: 02 rooms

(d) Class rooms with ICT facility: Yes, the students utilized conference hall/master class room as per requirement

(e) Students’ laboratories: NA

(f) Research laboratories/Research Room: NA

28. No of Students getting financial assistance from the college-



  • All the students avail scholarship under the schemes of the Government such as Post matric, 'Gaon Ki Beti ''Pratibha Kiran' 'Vikramaditya Yojna' traveling allowance for girls, Research scholarship.

  • Sc/St students of regular courses enjoy full free ship. Free stationary and books are provided to the students belonging to Sc/St category.

  • The college provides financial assistance to the students of economically deprived sections under the scheme of Poor Boys Fund.

29. Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new program(s)? If so, give the methodology.

30. Does the Department obtain feedback from-



  1. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning evaluation? If yes how does the Department utilize it?

  2. -Students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching learning -evaluation and what is the response of the Department to the same.

  3. Alumni and employers on the programs and what is the response of the Department to the same.

(a)- The feedback of the faculty members on curriculum is obtained in the meeting of the Board of Studies.

(b)- The feedback of the students is collected on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation.

(c)- One member and two external experts in also nominated in the composition of the Board of Studies.

Their suggestions is acknowledged and implemented to best possible extent.

31. List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10)

S. N.

Name

Profession

01

Pratibha Singh

Project Watershade

02

Vikas Pandey

Govt. employee

03

Rita MIshra

DPIP

04

Rashmi Shukla

DPIP

05

Balendra Shahu

Sub-Inspector

06

Akhand Pratap MIshra

Project Watershade

07

AKhilesh Singh

NGO

08

Kamal Raj Singh

Police department

32. Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar) with external experts.

We invite subject experts for special lectures. Department organize each Saturday seminar.

33. List the teaching -methods adopted by the faculty for the different programs-



  • Lecture method

  • Power point presentation

  • Clip- chart

  • Quiz

  • Seminar

  • Class- room teaching

  • Group- discussion

  • Role play

  • Assignment

34. 34. How does the department ensure that the program objectives are constantly met and learning outcomes are monitored?

  • The Department constantly monitors the performance of the students in the comprehensive constant evaluation tests that is conducted every month.

  • The performance of the students in the seminars is regularly monitored.

  • The poor performers and the poor learners are marked and they are given special attention.

  • The poor learners are provided remedial teaching if necessary.

35.Highlight the participation of the students in extension activities-

  • The Students of the department actively participate in extra-curricular activities organized by the college.

  • The students of the department participate in NSS, NCC, Youth festivals, workshops organized by the department on environment consciousness,

36.Give details 'beyond syllabus scholarly activities-

  • The students of the department participate in the college level seminars, present their papers in National conferences.

  • M.Phil Scholars publish their research papers in reputed National Journals

  • Actively participate in cultural activities.

37. State whether the program/department is accredited/graded by other agencies. Give details.

'Yes' the programs/Department is accredited with the NAAC accreditation of the college as whole. No separate grading of the department has been done by any other grading agency.



38. Detail any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of the department

Strength

  • Eminent and well educated faculty

  • Departmental library

  • Adequate teaching aids

  • Innovative Practices like seminars, Quiz Group discussion, surprise test

  • Youth festival

  • Participation in NSS/Sports/NCC

Weakness

  • Level of awareness of the students due to their Rural background

  • Infrastructure in proportion to the number of students

  • Facilities of ICT in the department proportion to the number of students

  • Job opportunities

  • Placements problem

  • Problems of professional courses

  • Add on certificate and computer program's

Opportunities

  • Research and Post-Doctoral Research

  • Inter-Disciplinary courses and research opportunities in academic field

  • Opportunities in leadership and administration

  • Job appointments in teaching & Civil Service

  • Opportunities in Ph.D./M.Phil/Net

  • Research and innovation for social issues

Challenges

  • GER in the course

  • Infrastructural facilities in proportion to the number of students

  • Quality Research

  • Problem of collaboration with other universities

  • Access to computer and internet in proportion to the number of students

  • Inadequate funds for research

  • Poor employment ratio

39. Future plans of the department

  • The department strives to promote Inter-departmental collaboration, as well as collaboration with national & international institutions.

  • The department motivates the students for community schemes and social service.

  • The department plans to start professional courses to enhance the possibility of employability of the students is in the priority of the department.

  • Promotion of research activities and motivation to innovative research is also in the priority of the department. To enrich the departmental library with reference books and IT facility is in the vision of the department.

  • The department intends to apply for the Major/ minor research projects on contemporary issues. In order to promote poor learners and poor performers. The department wishes to hold remedial classes for the students of the department.

  • The department also plans to develop a computer cell to ensure access of the students to computer and Internet. The department E- journals and e- resource books o make research more innovative.



EVALUATIVE REPORT

DEPARTMENT OF URDU


1. Name of the Department & Its year of establishment

Urdu

UG-1944



3. Inter-disciplinary courses and department involved.- Nil

4. Annul/semester/choice based credit system – Semester system

5. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments.- Nil

6. Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors/Asst. Professors)




Posts

Sanctioned

Filled

Professor

01

Guest faculty is invited against vacant post -

Associate Professors

-

-

Asst. Professor







7. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization (D.Sc./D.Litt/Ph.D./M.Phil. etc).

Name

Qualification

Designation

Specialization



Year of Experience

No. of Ph.D. students guided in the last 4 year

Dr. R.P. Chaturvedi

Professor in -charge

TEMPORARY FACULTY(Guest Faculty)

Dr. Mirza Akhtar Baig

M.A.Ph.D.

Guest. Faculty

Ghazal

15




8. Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty – Program–wise information -

UG

100%

9. Program - wise Student Teacher Ratio -

UG

7:1

10. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned and filled. Nil.

11. Number of faculty with ongoing project from- a) National, b) International and c) Total grants received. Mention names of funding agencies and grants received project-wise (Last 05 Year). - Nil.

12. Departmental project funded by DST –FIST ; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total grants received - Nil.

13. Research facility /center with- Nil.

state recognition


  • National recognition

  • International recognition

14. Publication



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




S.No.

Name of Faculty

2010-11

N


2011-12

N


2012-13

N


2013-14

N


2014-15

N


Total

N


1.

Dr. Mirza Akhtar Baig




01




01

01

03

  • Monographs - Nil

  • Chapter (s) in Books- Nil

  • Editing Books – Nil

  • Books with ISBN number with details of publishers – Nil

  • Number listed in International Database (for e.g. Web of Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete , database –International Social Directory .EBSCO host, etc.)

  • Citation Index –range/ average – Nil

  • SNIP-Source Normalized Impact Per Paper – Nil

  • Sjr- SCI Journal rank – Nil

  • Impact factor –range /average – Nil

  • h-index –

15. Details of patent and income generated – Nil

16. Areas of consultancy and income generated – Nil



17. Faculty recharging strategies –

  • All the faculty members participate & present research papers in seminars, workshops & conferences.

  • Faculty members are engaged in publishing the research papers in National/International journals with impact factors. .

18. Student project -

  • percentage of student who have done in –house project including inter –department

100 % students of BA VI

  • percentage of student doing project in collaboration with industries/institute - Nil

19. Awards/recognitions received at the national and international level by - Nil

  • Faculty Nil

  • Doctoral/post doctoral fellow – Nil

  • Students Nil

20. Seminar/Conference/Work shop organized and the source of funding agency (national/international) with details of outstanding participants- NIL
21. Student profile course –wise: (last 04 years)


Name of the Course

AR*

Selected

Pass %


AR*

Selected


Pass %

AR*

Selected



Pass %

AR*

Selected



Pass %

2011-2012




2012-2013




2013-2014




2014-2015







M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F

UG




2

1

40

60




2

1

100

0




0

1

33

67




2

0

67

33

Note- AR*-application received S*-Students selected for that session Pass- pass % of final year students only

22. Diversity of student -



Name of the

Course



Percent of student from the

College


Percent of student

from the


state

Percent of student

from other

state


Percent of student

from other

countries


UG




100 %







23. How many student have a cleared Civil Services, NET, SLET, GATE and any other competitive examinations? (last 04 academic sessions)

24. Student progression- NA


25. Diversity of staff -

Percentage of faculty who are graduate

of the same parent university




form other universities within the State

100%

from other universities from other State




26. Number of faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.sc. and D.Litt. during the assessment period -NA

27. Present details about infrastructural facilities

a) Library –


  • The department library has been more than 150 books.

  • The students and research scholars can have easy access to text books, reference books from the department library.

b) Internet facilities for staff and students -

  • The department is connected with LAN faculty. The staff and students can avail the facilities of internet at their convenience in the department.

c) Total number of class rooms - 01

d) Class rooms with ICT facility –



  • The departmental workshops and seminars are held in the conference hall.

e) Students' laboratories - Not applicable

f) Research laboratories –No specific or exclusive research laboratory exists as such.

28. No of Students getting financial assistance from the college-


  • All the students avail scholarship under the schemes of the Government such as Post matric, 'Gaon Ki Beti ''Pratibha Kiran' 'Vikramaditya Yojna' traveling allowance for girls, Research scholarship.

  • Sc/St students of regular courses enjoy full free ship. Free stationary and books are provided to the students belonging to Sc/St category.

  • The college provides financial assistance to the students of economically deprived sections under the scheme of Poor Boys Fund.

29. Was any need assessment exercise undertaken the development of new program (S)? If so give the methodology. NA

30. Does the Department obtain feedback from-



  1. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning evaluation? If yes how does the Department utilize it?

  2. -Students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching learning -evaluation and what is the response of the Department to the same.

  3. Alumni and employers on the programs and what is the response of the Department to the same.

(a)- The feedback of the faculty members on curriculum is obtained in the meeting of the Board of Studies.

(b)- The feedback of the students is collected on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation.

(c)- One member and two external experts in also nominated in the composition of the Board of Studies.

Their suggestions is acknowledged and implemented to best possible extent.

31. List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10) –

S.No.

Name of the distinguished alumni of the department (Maximum 10)

Current Status

1.

Rashid Shah

Teacher

2.

Waris Ahmad

Teacher

3.

Ruhi Parveen

Teacher

4.

Sanha Naj

Teacher

5.

Mohd. Mustkeem

Journalist

32. Give details of student enrichment programs (special lecture /workshops /seminar) with external experts.



  • The personality development cell organizes the workshop for the students for their motivation.

  • Regular seminars are held on every weekend to motivate the students for innovative learning.

33. List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programs.

  • Lecture method

  • Power point presentation

  • Quiz

  • Seminar

  • Class room teaching

  • Group discussion

  • Assignment

34. How does the department ensure that program objectives are constantly met and learning outcomes monitored?

  • The Department monitors the performance of the students in the comprehensive constant evaluation tests that is conducted every month.

  • The performance of the students in the seminars is regularly monitored.

  • The poor performers and the poor learners are marked and they are given special attention.

35. Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities.

  • The students of the department actively participate in extra-curricular activities organized by the college.

  • The students of the department participate in NSS, NCC, Youth festivals, Workshop organized by the department on environment consciousness.

36. Give details of the department.

  • Actively participate in cultural activities.

37. State whether the programme/ department is accredited/graded by other agencies. Give details.

  • Yes, the programs / department is accredited with the NAAC accreditation of the college as whole. No separate grading of the department has been done by any other grading agency.

38. Details- any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenge (SWOC) of the department

Strength -



  • Departmental library

  • Adequate teaching aids

  • Innovative practices like seminars, Quiz group discussion, surprise test

  • Youth festival

  • Participation in NSS / Sports / NCC.

Weaknesses –

  • Permanent faculty has not been posted since last 15 years.

  • Job opportunities

  • Placement problem

  • Problem of professional courses.

  • Add on certificate and computer program.

Opportunities –

  • Opportunities in leadership and administration.

  • Job appointments in teaching & civil services.

Challenges –

  • GER in the course.

  • Infrastructure facilities in proportion to the number of students.

  • Access to computer and internet in property to the number of students.

  • Inadequate funds for research.

  • Poor employment ratio.

39. Future plans of the departments (200 words) –

  • Introducing PG courses in URDU

  • The department intends to apply for the Major / minor research projects on historical events. In order to promote poor learners and poor performers the department wishes to hold remedial classes for the students of the departments.

  • Developing smart class rooms and making class rooms equipped with ICT facility is the need of the department to make teaching more interesting and rewarding.

EVALUATIVE REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT

COMMERCE

1. Name of the Department & Its year of establishment

Commerce -1965




2.Name of Programs /Courses offered

UG –

1965 on wards

PG -

1969 on wards

M.Phil.-

2009 on wards

Ph.D. -

1976 on wards

3. Inter-disciplinary courses and department involved.- Nil

4. Annul/semester/choice based credit system – Semester system

5. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments.- B.Com (C.A.), B.B.A.

6. Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors/Asst. Professors)




Posts

Sanctioned

Filled

Professor

01

01

Associate Professors

-

-

Asst. Professor

06

02

7. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization (D.Sc./D.Litt/Ph.D./M.Phil. etc).



Name

Qualification

Designation

Specialization



Year of Experience

No. of Ph.D. students guided in the last 4 year

Dr. Sanjay Shankar Mishra

M.com. Ph.D.

Professor & Head

Management

Accounting



31

08

Dr. Awadh Pratap Shukla

M.com. Ph.D.

Asst. Professor

Accounting

Taxation



21

10

Dr. Manish Kumar Shukla

M.com. Ph.D.

Asst. Professor

Management

Taxation



21

-

Temporary faculty (Guest Faculty)

Dr. Anand pandey

M.com. Ph.D.

Guest lecturer




04




Dr. Seema Gautam

M.com. Ph.D.







05




Dr. Kiran Soni

M.com. Ph.D.







04




Temporary faculty (Self Finance finance/Janbhagidari)

Dr. Reeta Tiwari

M.com. Ph.D.







06




Dr. Neelam Chaturvedi

M.com. Ph.D.







06




Dr. Sunita gautam

M.com. Ph.D.







03




Shivanshu pandey

M.Com. M.phil







04




Rajnish Shukla

M.Com. M.phil







04




Renu Shukla

M.Com. M.phil







03




Abhishek Malviya

M.Com.







03




Mohan Lal Pal

M.Com. M.phil







03




Anurag Tiwari

M.Com. M.phil







01




Priya Shukla

M.Com. M.phil













Sudhir Tripathi

M.B.A.













Ankita Kohli

M.Com. M.phil













8. Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty – Program–wise information -

UG

96.2 %

PG

62.5%

M. Phill.

50%

9. Program - wise Student Teacher Ratio -

UG

212:1

PG

69:1

M. Phill.

38:1

10. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned and filled. Nil 02 under self finance/Janbhagidari scheme.

11. Number of faculty with ongoing project from- a) National, b) International and c) Total grants received. Mention names of funding agencies and grants received project-wise (Last 05 Year).



Name of The Faculty Members

Title Of the Project

National/

International



Funding Agency

Total Grants Received

Remarks

Dr. Sanjay Shankar Mishra

Study of Panchayti raj in India

Minor,

National



UGC CRO Bhopal (M.P.)

72500.00Rs.


Completed

Dr. Awadha Pratap Shukla

Possibilities of Industrial Development

Minor,

National



UGC CRO Bhopal (M.P.)

100000.00Rs.

Completed

Dr. Awadha Pratap Shukla

Possibilities of Hydro electricity in M.P. With Particular to rewa Dist.

Minor

UGC CRO Bhopal (M.P.)

300000.00 Rs.

Running

12. Departmental project funded by DST –FIST ; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total grants received -

13. Research facility /center with



  • state recognition State recognition

  • National recognition

  • International recognition

14. Publication

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

S.No.

Name of Faculty

2010-11

N


2011-12

N


2012-13

N


2013-14

N


2014-15

N


Total

N


1.

Dr. Sanjay Shankar Mishra

05

04

08

02

03

22

2.

Dr. Awadh Pratap Shukla

04

03

04

04

03

18




  • Monographs - Nil

  • Chapter (s) in Books- 05

  • Editing Books – 02

Fundamentals of Financial Accounting, Jawahar Publication Agra

Corporate accounting, Jawahar Publication Agra



  • Books with ISBN number with details of publishers – 01

  • Number listed in International Database (for e.g. Web of Science , Scopus, Humanities International Complete , database –International Social Directory .EBSCO host, etc.)- Nil

  • Citation Index –range/ average – Nil

  • SNIP-Source Normalized Impact Per Paper – Nil

  • Sjr- SCI Journal rank – Nil

  • Impact factor –range /average – Nil

  • h-index –

15. Details of patent and income generated – Nil

16. Areas of consultancy and income generated – Nil

17. Faculty recharging strategies –


  • All the faculty members participate & present research papers in seminars, workshops & conferences.

  • Faculty members are engaged in publishing the research papers in National/International journals with impact factors.

18. Student project –

  • Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter-Departmental-

100% students of B.Com. (Honours VI Semester and M.Com. IV Semester are assigned Project work

  • percentage of student doing project in collaboration with industries/institute - Nil

19. Awards/recognitions received at the national and international level by -

  • Faculty Nil

  • Doctoral/post doctoral fellow – Nil

  • Students Nil

20. Seminar/Conference/Work shop organized and the source of funding agency (national/international) with details of outstanding participants –

Name of activity organized

Date of organized event

Topic

Funding

Agency


Details of Outstanding Participants




Workshop

22&23

Feb. 2014



Indian Accounting Standards and International financial Reporting Standards

U.G.C. C.R.O.

Bhopal


100

Seminar

March 2013

Globalization and Economic Development of India

U.G.C. C.R.O.

Bhopal


150

21. Student profile course –wise: (last 04 years)

Name of the Course

A R

Selected

Pass %


AR

Selected


Pass %

AR*

Selected



Pass %

A R

Selected



Pass %

2011-2012




2012-2013




2013-2014




2014-2015







M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F

UG




339

177

74

26




268

156

70

30




336

158

63

37




254

134

62

38

PG




84

58

55

45




87

91

60

40




112

120

44

56




129

114

46

54

M. Phil.




19

12

53

47




4

28

10

90




7

22

11

89




12

26







AR*Application received. Admission data for the current year and pass % for final year

22. Diversity of student -



Name of the

Course



Percent of student from the

College


Percent of student from the

state


Percent of student

from other state



Percent of student

from other countries



UG




95%

05%




PG




96%

4%




M. Phil.




100%







Ph.D.












23. How many student have a cleared Civil Services, NET, SLET, GATE and any other competitive examinations? (last 04 academic sessions)

24. Student progression



Student progression

Percentage against enrolled

UG to PG

33.3%

PG to M.Phil.

12.0%

PG to Ph.D.

20%

Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral




Employed

  • Campus selection

  • Other than campus recruitment

20


46


25. Diversity of staff -

Percentage of faculty who are graduate

of the same parent university

100 %

form other universities within the State

-

from other universities from other State

-

26. Number of faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.sc. and D.Litt. during the assessment period

All the members have done Ph.D. before the assessment period.

27. Present details about infrastructural facilities

a) Library –



  • The department library has been more than 314 books.

  • The students and research scholars can have easy access to text books, reference books from the department library.

b) Internet facilities for staff and students -

  • The department is connected with LAN facility. The staff and students can avail the facilities of internet at their convenience in the department.

c) Total number of class rooms - 22

d) Class rooms with ICT facility –



  • The department has 1 master class room and a conference hall with ICT facility where the special classes are held for the students as required.

  • The department has developed one smart class.

  • The departmental workshops and seminars are held in the conference hall.

e) Students' laboratories - Not applicable

f) Research laboratories –No specific or exclusive research laboratory exists as such.

28. No of Students getting financial assistance from the college-


  • All the students avail scholarship under the schemes of the Government such as Post matric, 'Gaon Ki Beti ''Pratibha Kiran' 'Vikramaditya Yojna' traveling allowance for girls, Research scholarship.

  • Sc/St students of regular courses enjoy full free ship. Free stationary and books are provided to the students belonging to Sc/St category.

  • The college provides financial assistance to the students of economically deprived sections under the scheme of Poor Boys Fund.

29. Was any need assessment exercise undertaken the development of new program (S)? If so give the methodology -NO

30. Does the Department obtain feedback from-



  1. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning evaluation? If yes how does the Department utilize it?

  2. -Students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching learning -evaluation and what is the response of the Department to the same.

  3. Alumni and employers on the programs and what is the response of the Department to the same.

'Yes'

(a)- The feedback of the faculty members on curriculum is obtained in the meeting of the Board of Studies.

(b)- The feedback of the students is collected on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation.

(c)- One member and two external experts in also nominated in the composition of the Board of Studies.

Their suggestions is acknowledged and implemented to best possible extent.

31. List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10) –



S.No.

Name of the distinguished alumni of the department (Maximum 10)

Current Status

1.

Manish Chaddha

America

2.

Dr. Vinod ku. Shukla

O.S. D. in Bhopal

3.

Dr. Ajay ku. Mihsra

Prof. in Bhopal

4.

Dr. R.P. Gupta

Prof.& head Commerce GDC. Rewa

5.

D.D. Agrawal

I. A. S.

6.

Vinod Chaturvedi

S.D.O. M.P. Govt.

7.

Virendra Gupta

Ex. Mayor

8.

Shiv Darshan Singh

Advaocate Rewa

9.

Dr. R.N.Swarnkar

Prof. Rewa

32. Give details of student enrichment programs (special lecture /workshops /seminar) with external experts.

  • Special lectures – The department conducts special lectures of the external experts on regular intervals to motivate the students.

  • The career counseling cell conducts the orientation programs of the external experts.

  • The personality development cell organizes the workshop for the students for their motivation.

  • Regular seminars are held on every weekend to motivate the students for innovative learning.

33. List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programs.

  • Lecture method

  • Power point presentation

  • Clip chart

  • Quiz

  • Seminar

  • Class room teaching

  • Group discussion

  • Role play

  • Assignment

34. How does the department ensure that program objectives are constantly met and learning outcomes monitored?

  • The Department constantly monitors the performance of the students in the comprehensive constant evaluation tests that is conducted every month.

  • The performance of the students in the seminars is regularly monitored.

  • The poor performers and the poor learners are marked and they are given special attention.

  • The poor learners are provided remedial leaching if necessary.

35. Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities.

  • The students of the department actively participate in extra-curricular activities organized by the college.

  • The students of the department participate in NSS, NCC, Youth festivals, Workshop organized by the department on environment consciousness,

  • The students have performed well in the National voter's day celebration at the division and state level.

36. Give details of the department.

  • The students of the department participate in the college level seminars, present their papers in National Conferences.

  • M-Phill scholars publish their research papers in reputed National journals.

  • Actively participate in cultural activities.

37. State whether the programme/ department is accredited/graded by other agencies. Give details.

  • Yes, the programs / department are accredited with the NAAC accreditation of the college as whole. No separate grading of the department has been done by any other grading agency.

38. Details- any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenge (SWOC) of the department

Strength -



  • Number of enrolled students

  • Eminent and well educated faculty

  • Research facility

  • Departmental library

  • Adequate teaching aids

  • Innovative practices like seminars, Quiz group discussion, surprise test

Weaknesses –

  • Level of awareness of the students due to their rural background.

  • Infrastructure is proportion to the number of students.

  • Facilities of ICT in the department proportion to the number of students.

  • Problem of professional courses.

Opportunities –

  • Research and post doctoral research.

  • Inter disciplinary courses and research opportunities in academic field.

  • Opportunities in leadership and administration.

  • Job appointments in teaching & civil services.

  • Opportunities in Ph.D. / M.Phil / Net.

  • Research and innovation for Commercial, Business marketing Field issues.

Challenges –

  • GER in the course.

  • Little Number of teaching staff

  • Infrastructural facilities in proportion to the number of students.

  • Quality research.

  • Access to computer and internet in property to the number of students.

  • Inadequate funds for research.

  • Poor employment ration.

39. Future plans of the departments (200 words) –

  • The department wants to develop/starts 1years Diploma Courses and Master Course (MBA) and other specialized courses in areas such as Finance and Banking, Marketing and Entrepreneurship etc. on both part-time and full-time basis.

  • The department wants to develop tutorial cell to promote individualized instruction to the students.

  • Promotion of research activities and motivation to innovative research is also in the priority of the department to enrich the departmental library with reference books and IT facility is in the vision of the department.

  • In order to promote poor learners and poor performers the department wishes to hold remedial classes for the students of the departments.

  • Developing smart class rooms and making class rooms equipped with ICT facility is the need of the department to make teaching more interesting and rewarding.

  • The department has planned to step into research activity in collaboration with other colleges and universities.

  • The department also plans to develop a computer cell to ensure access of the students to computer and internet. The department E-journals and E-resource books make research more innovative.


EVALUATIVE REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT

B.COM. (COMPUTER APPLICATION)


1. Name of the Department & Its year of establishment

B.Com. (CA) UG-2010,




2.Name of Programs /Courses offered

UG – B.Com (C.A.) 2010 onwards

3. Inter-disciplinary courses and department involved.- Nil

4. Annul/semester/choice based credit system – Semester system

5. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments. BBA, B.Com Honours

6. Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors/Asst. Professors)- Self Finance




Posts

Sanctioned

Filled

Professor

NIL

NIL

Associate Professors

NIL

NIL

Asst. Professor(self finance)

10

10

7. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization (D.Sc./D.Litt/Ph.D./M.Phil.

etc). Self Finance Scheme



Name

Qualification

Designation

Specialization



Year of Experience

No. of Ph.D. students guided in the last 4 year

Dr. Awadh Shukla- Professor In-Charge

Temporary Faculty (Self Finance/Janbhagidari)

Dr. Mukti Narayan Pidiha

M.Com. Ph.D

Teacher Self finance

Finance

02




Prof. Manish Pandey

M.Com,

M. Phil


Teacher Self finance




04




Prof. Vivek Pandey (I)

M.Sc.(CS), M.Phil

Teacher Self finance

Computer Science

03




Prof. Vivek Pandey (II)

M.C.A.,

M.Phil


Teacher Self finance

Computer Science

04




Dr. Shikha Purwar

M.Com. Ph.D

Teacher Self finance










Prof. Neha Dwivedi

M.Com,

M. Phil


Teacher Self finance










Prof. Priyanka Shukla

M.Sc.(CS), M.Phil

Teacher Self finance

Computer Science

01




Prof. Abhinav Tiwari

M.Com,

M. Phil


Teacher Self finance




03




Prof. Pratibha Soni

M.Com,

M. Phil


Teacher Self finance




03




Dr. Ekta Pandey

M.B.A., Ph.D

Teacher Self finance









8. Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty – Program–wise information



UG

100%

9. program- wise Student Teacher Ratio


UG

120:1

10. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned and filled. Nil.

01 under self finance scheme

11. Number of faculty with ongoing project from- a) National, b) International and c) Total grants received. Mention names of funding agencies and grants received project-wise (Last 05 Year). NIL

12. Departmental project funded by DST –FIST ; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total grants received - NIL

13. Research facility /center with -Nil


  • state recognition

14. Publication – Nil



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



S.No.

Name of Faculty

2011-12

2012-13


2013-14


2014-15


Total








N

I

N

I

N

I

N

I

N

I

2.

Dr. Mukti Narayan Pidiha

-

-

01

-

01

-

01

-

03

-

  • Monographs - Nil

  • Editing Books – Nil

  • Books with ISBN number with details of publishers – Nil

  • Number listed in International Database (for e.g. Web of Science , Scopus, Humanities International Complete , database –International Social Directory .EBSCO host, etc.)-NIL

  • Citation Index –range/ average – Nil

  • SNIP-Source Normalized Impact Per Paper – Nil

  • Sjr- SCI Journal rank – Nil

  • Impact factor –range /average – Nil

  • h-index –

15. Details of patent and income generated – Nil

16. Areas of consultancy and income generated – Nil



17. Faculty recharging strategies –

  • All the faculty members participate & present research papers in seminars, workshops & conferences.

  • Faculty members are engaged in publishing the research papers in National / International journals with impact factors.

18. Student project

  • percentage of student who have done in –house project including inter –department

100 % students of B.Com (CA) VI semester

  • percentage of student doing project in collaboration with industries/institute - Nil

19. Awards /recognitions received at the national and international level by-

  • Faculty Nil

  • Doctoral /post doctoral fellow – Nil

  • Students Nil

20. Seminar / Conference/ Work shop organized and the source of funding agency (national/international) with details of outstanding participants –NIL
21. Student profile course –wise : (last 04 years)


Name of the Course

AR*

Selected

Pass %


AR*

Selected


Pass %

AR*

Selected



Pass %

AR*

Selected



Pass %

2011-2012




2012-2013




2013-2014




2014-2015







M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F

UG




172

82










165

86

67

33




171

45

60

40




130

34

57

43

AR*Application received. Admission data for the current year and pass % for final year.

22. Diversity of student



Name of the

Course



Percent of student from the

College


Percent of student

from the


state

Percent of student

from other

state


Percent of student

from other

countries


UG




100 %






23. How many student have a cleared Civil Services, NET, SLET, GATE and any other competitive examinations? (last 04 academic sessions)

24. Student progression-


Student progression

Percentage against

enrolled


UG to PG

35%

PG to M.Phil.




PG to Ph.D.




Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral




Employed

  • Campus selection

  • Other than campus recruitment

7%


Entrepreneurs



25. Diversity of staff




Percentage of faculty who are graduate

of the same parent university

84 %

form other universities within the State

8%

from other universities from other State

8%

26. Number of faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.sc. and D.Litt. during the assessment period -

27. Present details about infrastructural facilities

a) Library –



  • The department library has been more than 1000 books.

  • The students can have easy access to text books, reference books from the department library.

b) Internet facilities for staff and students -

  • The department is connected with Wi-Fi and LAN faculty. The staff and students can avail the facilities of internet at their convenience in the department.

c) Total number of class rooms - 06

d) Class rooms with ICT facility – 01



  • The departmental workshops and seminars are held in the conference hall.

e) Students' laboratories – 01 computer labwith 51 computers.

f) Research laboratories –. No specific or exclusive research laboratory exists as such.

28. No of Students getting financial assistance from the college-


  • All the students avail scholarship under the schemes of the Government such as Post matric, 'Gaon Ki Beti ''Pratibha Kiran' 'Vikramaditya Yojna' traveling allowance for girls, Research scholarship.

  • Sc/St students of regular courses enjoy full free ship. Free stationary and books are provided to the students belonging to Sc/St category.

  • The college provides financial assistance to the students of economically deprived sections under the scheme of Poor Boys Fund.

29. Was any need assessment exercise undertaken the development of new program(S)? If so give the methodology. No new program has been developed in the department.

30. Does the Department obtain feedback from-



  1. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning evaluation? If yes how does the Department utilize it?

  2. -Students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching learning -evaluation and what is the response of the Department to the same.

  3. Alumni and employers on the programs and what is the response of the Department to the same.

(a)- The feedback of the faculty members on curriculum is obtained in the meeting of the Board of Studies.

(b)- The feedback of the students is collected on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation.

(c)- One member and two external experts in also nominated in the composition of the Board of Studies.

Their suggestions is acknowledged and implemented to best possible extent.

31. List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10) –

S.No.

Name of the distinguished alumni of the department (Maximum 10)

Current Status

1.

Vikram Singh

M.B.A.

2.

Anoop Singh

M.Com.

3.

Vivek Pandey

Police

4.

Neha Dwevidi

M.B.A.

5.

Ambuj Tiwari

M.Com.

6.

Arti Kushwaha

Distic Manager E.Gove.

7.

Atul Mishra

Computer Operator

8.

Sidharth Pandey

Self Employed

9.

Vidya Bhooshan Singh

M.B.A.

10.

Ankit Dwivedi

M.Com.

11.

Prabhakar Tripathi

M.B.A.

32. Give details of student enrichment programs (special lecture /workshops /seminar) with external experts.



  • Special lectures – The department conducts special lectures of the external experts on regular intervals to motivate the students.

  • The career counseling cell conducts the orientation programs of the external experts.

  • The personality development cell organizes the workshop for the students for their motivation.

  • Regular seminars are held on every weekend to motivate the students for innovative learning.

33. List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programs.

  • Lecture method

  • Power point presentation

  • Clip chart

  • Quiz

  • Seminar

  • Class room teaching

  • Group discussion

  • Role play

  • Assignment

34. How does the department ensure that program objectives are constantly met and learning outcomes monitored?

  • The Department constantly monitors the performance of the students in the comprehensive constant evaluation tests that is conducted every month.

  • The performance of the students in the seminars is regularly monitored.

  • The poor performers and the poor learners are marked and they are given special attention.

  • The poor learners are provided remedial leaching if necessary.

35. Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities.

  • The students of the department actively participate in extra-curricular activities organized by the college.

  • The students of the department participate in NSS, NCC, Youth festivals,

36. Give details of ''beyond syllabus scholarly activation '' of the department.

  • The students of the department participate in the college level seminars, present their papers in National Conferences.

  • Actively participate in cultural activities.

37. State whether the programme/ department is accredited/graded by other agencies. Give details.

  • No separate grading of the department has been done by any other grading agency.

38. Details- any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenge (SWOC) of the department

Strength –



  • Departmental library

  • High GER Ratio

  • Adequate teaching aids

  • Innovative practices like seminars, Quiz group discussion, surprise test

  • National voters day celebration

  • Participation in NSS / Sports / NCC.

Weaknesses –

  • Level of awareness of the students due to their rural background.

  • Infrastructure is proportion to the number of students.

  • Facilities of ICT in the department proportion to the number of students.

  • Job opportunities

  • Placement problem

  • Problem of professional courses.

  • Add on certificate and computer program.

Opportunities –

  • Inter disciplinary courses and research opportunities in academic field.

  • Opportunities in leadership and administration.

  • Job appointments in teaching & civil services, Management and administration.

  • Research and innovation for social issues.

Challenges –

  • Infrastructure facilities in proportion to the number of students.

  • Quality research.

  • Problem of collaboration with other universities.

  • Access to computer and internet in property to the number of students.

  • Inadequate funds for research.

  • Poor employment ration.

39. Future plans of the departments (200 words) –

  • The department strives to promote inter-depart mental collaboration, as well as collaboration with national & international institutions.

  • The department needs to develop tutorial cell to promote individualized instruction to the students.

  • The department intends to organize international conference in the college on the historical issues of national importance.

  • The department intends to collaborate with industry and other financial institutions to ensure employability of the students.

  • Starting professional courses to enhance the possibility of employability of the students is in the priority of the department.

  • Development of well equipped master class room with ICT facility is the need to make teaching more interesting and rewarding.

  • The department has planned to step into collaboration with other colleges and universities.

  • The department also plans to develop a computer cell to ensure access of the students to computer and internet. The department E-journals and E-resource books make research more innovative.


EVALUATIVE REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT

B.B.A.

1.Name of the Department & its

year of establishment



B.B.A. 2008 Onwards




2.Name of Programmes /Courses offered

UG B.B.A. 2008 Onwards

3. Interdisciplinary courses and departments involved: N/A

4. Annual/semester/choice based credit system: Semester

5. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other department: N/A

6. Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors/ Asst. Professors)



Post

Sanctioned

Filled

Professor

Nil

Nil

Associate Professor

Nil

Nil

Asst. Professor (Guest faculty)

Nil

11 teachers ( Under self –finance scheme)










7. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization (D.Sc./D.Litt./Ph.D./M.Phil. ,etc.)

Self Finance Program



Name




Qualification

Designation

Specialization

Year of

Experience



No. of Ph.D.

students guided in the last 4 year

Dr.Vikas Dubey

P.hd

Self finance

H.R. MANAGEMENT

7




Dr. Shilpi Jain

P.hd

Self finance

Commerce

5




Dr. Narayan Dwevidi

P.hd

Self finance

Management

4

.





Akhilesh Kumar

Pandey


M.phil

Self finance

Management

3




Akhilesh

Payasi

M.sc CS

Self finance

Computer Science

2




Bramendra Mishra

M.phil

Self finance

Tourism Management

1




Vikashshukla

M.Phil

Self finance

Tourism Management

2




Arudendra Tiwari

M.B.A

Self finance

Management

4




Dilip Kumar Pandey

M.B.A

Self finance

Management

1




Anoop Mishra

M.B.A

Self finance

Management

1




Prabhat Mishra

M.A. Eco.

Self finance

Economics

2




8. Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty – programme-Wise information

UG

100%

9. Programme – Wise Student Teacher Ratio:

UG

19:1

10. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned and filled –

02 Under Self-Finance Scheme.

11. Number of faculty with ongoing project from a) national b) international funding agencies and c) Total grant received. Mention names of funding agencies and grant received project – wise (last 5 Year)./Nil

Name of The Faculty Members

Title Of the Project

National/International

Funding Agency

Total Grants

Received

















12. Department project funded by DST-FIST,DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total grant received- Nil

13. Research facility / center with- NIL



  • State recognition

  • National recognition

  • International recognition

14. Publication:

  • Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (National/international)

    Name Of the Faculty

    No. of papers Published




    National

    International

    Vikas Dubey

    05

    Nil

    Shilpi Jain

    03

    Nil

  • Monographs –Nil

  • Chapter (s) in books -Nil

  • Editing Books –Nil

  • Books with ISBN number with details of publishers –Nil

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

  • Citation Index – range/average - Nil

  • SNIP - Nil

  • SJR - Nil

  • Impact factor – range/average- Nil

  • H-index - Nil

15. Details of patents and income generated –Nil

16. Areas of consultancy and income generate - Nil

17. Faculty recharging strategies – Yes,

Weekend seminars are organized

18. Student projects


  • Percentage of student who have done in – house projects including inter – departmental – Nil

  • Percentage of student doing projects in collaboration with industries /institutes – Yes, 100%

19. Awards / recognitions received at the national and international level by -N.A.

20. Seminars/ Conferences / Workshops organized and source of funding (national / international) with details of outstanding participants, if any.

21. Student profile course – wise:



Name of the Course

AR*

Selected

Pass %


AR*

Selected


Pass %

AR*

Selected



Pass %

AR*

Selected



Pass %

2011-2012




2012-2013




2013-2014




2014-2015







M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F

UG




135

52

77

23




134

37

67

33




71

27

65

35




36

8

75

25

AR*Application received. Admission data for the current year and pass % for final year is mentioned.

22. Diversity of students –



Name of the Course (refer question)

% of student from the college

% of student from the state

% of student from other state

% of student from other countries

B.B.A.




100%

Nil

Nil

23. How many students have cleared Civil Services, Defense Service, NET, SLET, GATE and other competitive examination? – NIL

24. Student progression – NIL

25. Diversity of staff

Percentage of Faculty who are graduates



of the same parent university

100%

from other university within the State

N.A.

from other university from other State

N.A.

26. Number of faculty who awarded Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the assessment period. 03 Ph.D.

27. Present details about infrastructural facilities

a) Library – Yes,

No. of book -1490

b) Internet facility for staff and student - Yes

c) Total number of class rooms - 05

d) Class rooms with ICT facility – Yes

The department has developed one master class room the department has access to it according to need.

e) Student Laboratories – N.A.

f) Research laboratories – N.A.

28. No of Students getting financial assistance from the college-


  • All the students avail scholarship under the schemes of the Government such as Post matric, 'Gaon Ki Beti ''Pratibha Kiran' 'Vikramaditya Yojna' traveling allowance for girls, Research scholarship.

  • Sc/St students of regular courses enjoy full free ship. Free stationary and books are provided to the students belonging to Sc/St category.

  • The college provides financial assistance to the students of economically deprived sections under the scheme of Poor Boys Fund.

29. Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new program(s)? If so, give methodology. Nil

30. Does the department obtain feedback from?



  1. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching – learning – evolution? If yes, how does the department utilize it?

Yes, By Senior Teachers.

  1. Student on staff, curriculum as well as teaching – learning, evaluation and what is the response of the department to the same?

Yes, The Department obtains oral feedback of the students on staff and curriculum & tries to implement the suggestion.

  1. Alumni and employers on the programmes and what is the response of the department to the same? Nil.

31. List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10)-

Sanjay Jain

HDFC Bank

Preeti Pandey

Birla sun rise insurance

Brijendra Kushwaha

Reliance cement

Abhimanyu Pratap singh

Vishal mega Mart

Sanjeev singh Parihar

Naukari. Com

Dheerendra Mishra

IDEA cellular service

32. Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops/seminar)

with external experts.



  • Special lectures of the experts are organized. Experts are invited to deliver lectures

33. List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes.-

  • Seminar,

  • Assignment

  • CCE

  • Group discussion,

  • Mock Interview

  • Power point

34. How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and learning outcomes monitored?

1- Feed back of the students

2- Performance of the student in the semester.

35. Highlight the participation of student and faculty in extension activities.

Community Service, National votes Day.

36. Give details of “beyond syllabus activities” of the department.

Cultural programme, plantation programmes

37. State whether the programme/department is accredited /graded by other agencies. Give details. – N.A.

38. Detail any five Strengths. Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of the department.

Strengths –

1. Teaching faculty

2. Help students for competitive exam

3. Good library facility

4. Training facilities for students

Weaknesses –

1. Lack of Govt. funding

2. Lack of regular staff

3. Lack of library resources

4. Lack of hostel facilities

5. Lack of convenience facilities

Opportunities –

1. Job opportunities in private undertaking.

2. Campus placement

3. Government Jobs

4. Government Job Opportunities.

5. Multi National Corporations

Challenges –

1. Grant of Govt. fund.

2. Difficulty in arranging campus selection.

3. Difficulty in organizing legal aid.

4. Difficulty in arranging internship programme.

5. Due to non availability of PG Course some students do not prefer to seek admission in the course.


39. Future plans of the department.

1. Developing E-programming

2. Introducing M.B.A.

3. To develop master class rooms

4. Promotion of employability

5. Campus selection

6. Internship for senior students

7. Seminars and Workshops

8. To Collaborate with Industry and other agencies

9. Inviting guest faculty


EVALUATIVE REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT

B.A.LL.B

1.Name of the Department & its

year of establishment





B.A.LL.B (Five Year course) 2008

Onwards





2.Name of Programmes /Courses offered

UG -BALLB 2008 Onwards

3. Interdisciplinary courses and departments involved: N/A

4. Annual/semester/choice based credit system: Semester

5. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other department: N/A

6. Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled(Professors/ Asst. Professors)



Post

Sanctioned

Filled

Professor

Nil

Nil

Associate Professor

Nil

Nil

Asst.Professor (Guest faculty)

Nil

6 ( Under self –finance scheme)










7. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization (D.Sc./D.Litt./Ph.D./M.Phil. ,etc.)

Self Finance Program



Name

Qualification

Designation

Specialisation

No. of years of experience

No. of Ph.D. students Guided in the last 4 years

Dr. Pradeep Tripathi

LL.M., Ph.D

Guest Faculty Self Finance Scheme

Law

05

N.A.

Dr. Swati Shukla

M.A. Ph.D. (history),

LL.B. LL.M.



Guest Faculty Self Finance Scheme

History

05

N.A.

Prof. Rajesh Mishra

M.A.,M.Phil (Pol.Sc.)

Guest Faculty Self Finance Scheme

Political Science

02

N.A.

Prof. Vivek Shukla

M.A. (ENG.)

Guest Faculty Self Finance Scheme

English

01

N.A.

Prof. Yogendra Tiwari

LL.M. Net

Guest Faculty Self Finance Scheme

Administrative Law

01

N.A.

Dr. Ishlam Bux

M.A.Mphil (Sociology), MSW,LLB Ph.D (Sociology)

Guest Faculty Self Finance scheme

Sociology

04

N.A.

8. Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty - programe – Wise information

UG

100%

PG

Nil

M.Phil.

Nil

9. Programme – Wise Student Teacher Ratio:

UG

14:1

10. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff : sanctioned and filled –

02 Under Self-Finance Scheme.

11. Number of faculty with ongoing project from a) national b) international funding agencies and c) Total grant received. Mention names of funding agencies and grant received project – wise (last 5 Year)./Nil


Name of The Faculty Members

Title Of the Project

National/International

Funding Agency

Total Grants

Received

















12. Department project funded by DST-FIST,DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total grant received- Nil

13. Research facility / center with



  • State recognition

  • National recognition -Yes

  • International recognition

14. Publication:

  • Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (National/international)

    Name Of the Faculty

    Name of the journals (with Issn no.)

    No. of papers Published







    National

    International

    Dr.Pradeep Tripathi

    Research journal of social life science Issn 0973/3914

    1

    Nil

    Dr.Pradeep Tripathi

    Kautilya shodh patrika No.5072

    1

    Nil

    Dr. Swati Shukla

    Research journal of social life science Issn 0973/3914

    1

    Nil

    Dr. Swati Shukla

    Kautilya shodh patrika No.5072

    1

    Nil

    Dr. Swati Shukla

    proceedings of seminar 5-6 November 2011

    1

    Nil

    Dr. Ishlam bux

    Research journal of social life science Issn 0973/3914 Kautilya Shodh patrika No.5072’ Vindhyan Research national journals Issn no.2239/1988

    6

    Nil

    Prof.Rajesh Mishra

    Vindhyan Reserch national journals Issn no.2239/1988

    1

    Nil







    12




  • Monographs –Nil

  • Chapter (s) in books -Nil

  • Editing Books –Nil

  • Books with ISBN number with details of publishers –Nil

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

  • Citation Index – range/average - Nil

  • SNIP - Nil

  • SJR - Nil

  • Impact factor – range/average

  • H-index

15. Details of patents and income generated –Nil

16. Areas of consultancy and income generate - Nil

17. Faculty recharging strategies – Yes ,

Workshop and National Seminar / National Seminar were organized by B.A.LL.B. Dept. 05-06 November2011 & State level workshop organized on dated 28/03/2010 & 2/4/2011.

18. Student projects


  • Percentage of student who have done in – house projects including inter – departmental – Nil

  • Percentage of student doing projects in collaboration with industries /institutes – Yes, 100%

19. Awards / recognitions received at the national and international level by -N.A.

  • Faculty

  • Doctoral / post doctoral fellows

  • Students

20. Seminars/ Conferences / Workshops organized and source of funding (national / international) with details of outstanding participants, if any.

Name of activity organized

Date of organized

even


Status

Funding

Details of outstanding

Participants



Seminar

05-06/09/2011

National

International

U.G.C-CRO Bhopal MP

40

Workshop

02/04/2011

State Level







20

21.Student profile course – wise :

Name of the Course

AR*

Selected

Pass %


AR*

Selected


Pass %

AR*

Selected



Pass %

AR*

Selected



Pass %

2011-2012




2012-2013




2013-2014




2014-2015







M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F

UG




28

5










24

11

62

38




12

8

59

41










71

29

AR*Application received. Admission data for the current year and pass % for final year.

22. Diversity of students –



Name of the Course (refer question)

% of student from the college

% of student from the state

% of student from other state

% of student from other countries

B.A.LL.B. (5Years)




100%

Nil

Nil

23. How many students have cleared Civil Services, Defense Service, NET, SLET, GATE and other competitive examination? – N.A.

24. Student progression – N.A.

25. Diversity of staff

Percentage of Faculty who are graduates



of the same parent university

100%

from other university within the State

N.A.

from other university from other State

N.A.

26. Number of faculty who awarded Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the assessment period. 01 Ph.D. faculty ( 2 faculty member have already been awarded Ph.D.)

27. Present details about infrastructural facilities

a) Library – Yes,

No. of book -1690 & Journals -60

b) Internet facility for staff and student - Yes

c) Total number of class rooms - 05

d) Class rooms with ICT facility – Yes

The department has developed one master class room the department has access to it according to need.

e) Student Laboratories – N.A.

f) Research laboratories – N.A.

28. No of Students getting financial assistance from the college-


  • All the students avail scholarship under the schemes of the Government such as Post matric, 'Gaon Ki Beti ''Pratibha Kiran' 'Vikramaditya Yojna' traveling allowance for girls, Research scholarship.

  • Sc/St students of regular courses enjoy full free ship. Free stationary and books are provided to the students belonging to Sc/St category.

  • The college provides financial assistance to the students of economically deprived sections under the scheme of Poor Boys Fund.

29. Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new program(s)? If so, give methodology. Nil

30. Does the department obtain feedback from?



  1. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching – learning – evolution? If yes, how does the department utilize it?

Yes, By Senior Teachers.

  1. Student on staff, curriculum as well as teaching – learning, evaluation and what is the response of the department to the same?

Yes, the Departmentt obtains oral feedback of the students on staff and curriculum & tries to implement the suggestion.

  1. Alumni and employers on the programmes and what is the response of the department to the same? Nil.

31. List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10)

Vijay Kumar Shukla

Govt. Jobs

Manoj Kumar Shukla

Rojgar Sahayak Panchayat Department

Dharmendra Tripathi

Advocate

Anshumaan Singh Parihar

Advocate

Tarunendra Chaturvedi

Advocate

Ashish Kumar Shukla

Advocate

Brijendra Gupta

Advocate

Dhanendra Kumar Vishwakarma

Advocate

Mukesh Kumar Mishra

Advocate

Rahul Singh

Advocate

32. Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops/seminar)

with external experts.



  • Special lectures of the experts are organized. Experts are invited to deliver lectures

Events organized

Dates

External Experts

Work shops

28/03/2010,

02/04/2011



Chief Guest-Session judge /Session Courts Rewa M.P.

Shree Rajkumar Shukla Advocate,

Shree Shiv Prasad Dwivedi Advocate

Shree A.P.Singh Advocate, Rewa M.P.



Seminar

Organized for the students every

weekend


Departmental seminar is organizing by college

33. List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes.-

1. Blackboard

2. Projector

3. Moot-Court

4. Group discussion

5. Quiz


6. Role Play

34. How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and learning outcomes monitored?

1- Feed back of the students

2-performance of the student in the semester.

35. Highlight the participation of student and faculty in extension activities.

Yes, Court Training, Legal Aid, NCC, Cultural activities, community Service, National votes Day.

36. Give details of “beyond syllabus activities” of the department.

Cultural programme, plantation programmes

37. State whether the programme/department is accredited /graded by other agencies. Give details. – N.A.

38. Detail any five Strengths. Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of the department.

Strengths – 1. Law integrated course in division


  1. Help students for competitive exam

  2. Good library facility

  3. Moot-Courts for students

  4. Training facilities for students

Weaknesses – 1. Lack of Govt. funding

  1. Lack of regular staff

  2. Lack of e-library

  3. Lack of hostel facilities

  4. Lack of convenience facilities

  5. Opportunities – 1. Job opportunities in private undertaking.

2.Legal practitioner.

3. Legal Advisor.

4. Government Job Opportunities.

5. Civil Judge & Govt. Pleader

Challenges –

1. Grant of Govt. fund.

2. Difficulty in arranging campus selection.

3. Difficulty in organizing legal aid.

4. Difficulty in arranging internship programme.

5. Due to non availability of PG Course some students do not prefer to seek admission in the course.

39. Future plans of the department.

1. To introduce Regular PG Course.

2. To develop master class rooms

3. Organizing legal aid

4. Campus selection

5. Internship for senior students


EVALUATIVE REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT

BOTANY

1.Name of the Department & Its year of establishment

Botany 1985




2.Name of Programs /Courses offered

UG – Honor’s - Botany



PG - Botany

2010

PG-Microbiology

2008

3. Inter-disciplinary courses and department involved- Nil

4. Annual/semester/choice based credit system – Semester based system

5. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments. Nil

6. Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors/Asst. Professors)



(A) Regular Posts

Sanctioned

Filled

Professor




01 (upgraded against the post of assistant professor)

Associate Professor







Assistant Professor

01




7. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization (D.Sc./D.Litt/Ph.D./M.Phil.

etc).


Name

Qualification

Designation

Specialization

Year of Experience

No. of Ph.D. students guided in the last 4 year

Dr. Arpita Awasthi

M.Sc.,Ph.D

(Botany)


Professor

Plant pathology & Plant physilogy

31

10

Temporary Faculty ( Self Finance/Janbhagidari)

Dr. Tripurantak Sharma

M.Sc.,Ph.D

(Botany)


G.Faculty




04




Dr.Sangeeta Mishra

M.Sc.,Ph.D

(Botany)


G.Faculty




05




Dr.Ashish Dubey

M.Sc.,Ph.D

(Botany)


G.Faculty




07




Ms.Vandana Dixit

M.Sc.,M.Phil

(Botany)


G.Faculty




05




8. Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty – Program–wise information

UG

75% of Allotted

PG (Botany)

100% of Allotted

PG (Microbiology)

100% of Allotted

9. program- wise Student Teacher Ratio

UG

60:1

PG (Botany)

10:1

PG (Microbiology)

10:1

10. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned and filled.

Lab Technician (Regular)

01

Lab Attendant (regular)

01

Unskilled (Temporary- under self finance scheme)

03

Gardener

01

11. Number of faculty with ongoing project from- a) National, b) International and c) Total grants received. Mention names of funding agencies and grants received project-wise (Last 05 Year). - Nil

12. Departmental project funded by DST –FIST ; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total grants received - Nil

13. Research facility /center with



  • state recognition -Nil

  • National recognition-Nil

  • International recognition-Nil

14. Publication

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

    Name Of the Faculty

    2010-11

    2011-12

    2012-13

    2013-14

    2014-15

    Total




    N*

    I*

    N*

    I*

    N*

    I*

    N*

    I*

    N*

    I*

    N*

    I*

    Dr.Sangeeta Mishra

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    02

    -

    02

    -

    Mrs.Mukta Singh

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    02

    -

    02

  • Monographs - Nil

  • Chapter (s) in Books- Nil

  • Editing Books – Nil

  • Books with ISBN number with details of publishers NIL

  • Number listed in International Database (for e.g. Web of Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, database –International Social Directory .EBSCO host, etc.)-Nil

  • Citation Index –range/ average-Nil

  • SNIP-Source Normalized Impact Per Paper-Nil

  • Sjr- SCI Journal rank -Nil

  • Impact factor –range /average –Nil

  • h-index –Nil

15. Details of patent and income generated – Nil

16. Areas of consultancy and income generated – Nil

17. Faculty recharging strategies – Seminars & workshops organized by department and participation of faculty workshops organized by other colleges & Universities.

18. Student project –



  • percentage of student who have done in –house project including inter –department- NIL

  • percentage of student doing project in collaboration with industries/institute -

19. Awards /recognitions received at the national and international level by-

  • Faculty -Nil

  • Doctoral /post doctoral fellow – Nil

  • Students-Nil

20. Seminar / Conference/ Work shop organized and the source of funding agency (national/international) with details of outstanding participants –

Name of activity organised

Date of organized event

Status

Funding

Details of Outstanding Participants

07 days workshop

22-30 Dec, 2014

National



UGC & MAPCOST

50

21. Student profile course–wise : (last 04 years)


Name of the Course

AR


Selected

Pass %


AR


Selected


Pass %

AR


Selected


Pass %

AR


Selected


Pass %

2011-2012




2012-2013




2013-2014




2014-2015







M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F

UG




15

11

57

43




14

11

70

30




24

30

63

38




20

15

39

61

PG (Bot.)




1

1










7

10

50

50




5

14

29

71




4

11

64

36

22. Diversity of student

Name of the

Course


% of student from the College

% of student from the state

% of student

from other state



% of student from other countries

UG

--

95

05

00

PG (Botany)

75

20

05

00

23. How many student have a cleared Civil Services, NET, SLET, GATE and any other competitive examinations? ( last 04 academic sessions) : Nil

24. Student progression



Student progression

Percentage against

enrolled


UG to PG

80 %

PG to M.Phil.

--

PG to Ph.D.

--

Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral

--

Employed

  • Campus selection

  • Other than campus recruitment

Nil


12

Entrepreneurs

50

25. Diversity of staff



Percentage of faculty who are graduate

of the same parent university

75

form other universities within the State

25

from other universities from other State

00

26. Number of faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.sc. and D.Litt. during the assessment period

  • Regular faculty of has already completed Ph.D.

27. Present details about infrastructural facilities

a) Library – Central Library, Research Library & Departmental Library

Departmental library has 250 Books.

b) Internet facilities for staff and students- Yes

c) Total number of class rooms -07

d) Class rooms with ICT facility



  • The department has developed 01 master class room.

e) Students' laboratories - Yes, 02

f) Research laboratories - Yes,

28. No of Students getting financial assistance from the college-


  • All the students avail scholarship under the schemes of the Government such as Post matric, 'Gaon Ki Beti ''Pratibha Kiran' 'Vikramaditya Yojna' traveling allowance for girls, Research scholarship.

  • Sc/St students of regular courses enjoy full free ship. Free stationary and books are provided to the students belonging to Sc/St category.

  • The college provides financial assistance to the students of economically deprived sections under the scheme of Poor Boys Fund.

29. Was any need assessment exercise undertaken for the development of new program(S)? If so give the methodology.-

  • P.G. program in botany was started under Self Supporting Program from 2011-2012.

30. Does the Department obtain feedback from-

  1. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning evaluation? If yes how does the Department utilize it?

  2. -Students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching learning -evaluation and what is the response of the Department to the same.

  3. Alumni and employers on the programs and what is the response of the Department to the same.

'Yes'

(a)- The feedback of the faculty members on curriculum is obtained in the meeting of the Board of Studies.

(b)- The feedback of the students is collected on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation.

(c)- One member and two external experts in also nominated in the composition of the Board of Studies.

Their suggestions is acknowledged and implemented to best possible extent.

31. List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10) – None

32. Give details of student enrichment programs (special lecture /workshops /seminar) with external experts.

One day seminar on Research Methodology



  • Special lectures- The department conducts special lectures of the external experts on regular intervals to motivate the students.

Workshops /seminar

  • One day seminar on ‘How to make research paper was conducted in the Department.’

The department conducted several programs to motivate and enrich the students such as-

  • One day workshop on ‘Mushroom Cultivation.’

  • One day workshop on ‘NADEP’.

  • One day workshop on ‘Vermi-Compost’.

  • Seven days national workshop.

33. List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programs.

  • Lecture method

  • Power point presentation

  • Quiz

  • Seminar

  • Class-room teaching

  • Group- discussion

  • Role- play

  • Assignment

  • Field observation

34. How does the department ensure that program objectives are constantly met and learning outcomes monitored?

  • The Department constantly monitors the performance of the students in the comprehensive constant evaluation tests that is conducted every month.

  • The performance of the students in the seminars is the regularly monitored.

  • The poor performers and the poor learners are marked and they are given special attention.

  • The poor learners are provided remedial teachings and extra classes if necessary.

35. Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities.

  • The Students in the department actively participate in extra-curricular activities organized by the college.

  • The students of the department participate in NSS, NCC, Youth festivals, workshops organized by the department.

36. Give details of "beyond syllabus scholarly activities" of the department.

  • The students of the department actively participate in cultural activities and college level seminars.

  • The students participate in plantation programs organized on different occasions.

37. State whether the programme/ department is accredited/graded by other agencies. Give details.

  • ‘Yes’ the programs/Department is accredited with the NAAC accreditation of the college as whole. No separate grading of the department has been done by any other grading agency.

38. Details- any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenge (SWOC) of the department.

STRENGTH



  • Eminent and well educated faculty

  • Departmental library

  • Practical laboratories

  • Adequate teaching aids

  • Innovative practices like seminars, Quiz Group discussions, surprise test

WEEKNESSES

  • Level of awareness to the students due to their Rural Background.

  • Infrastructure in proportion to the number of students.

  • Placements problem.

  • No campus selections.

Opportunities

  • Research and Post-Doctoral Research

  • Inter-Disciplinary courses and research opportunities in academic field

  • Opportunities in leadership and administration

  • Job appointments in teaching & Civil Service

  • Opportunities in Ph.D./M.Phil/Net

  • Research and innovation for social issues

Challenges

  • GER in the course

  • Infrastructural facilities in proportion to the number of students

  • Quality Research

  • Problem of collaboration with other universities

  • Access to computer and internet in proportion to the number of students

  • Inadequate funds for research

  • Poor employment ratio

39. Future plans of the department

  • The department strives to promote Inter-departmental collaboration, as well as collaboration with national & international institutions.

  • The department has planned to organize National level workshop on research methodology to promote & motivate research activities in the faculty members.

  • The department plans to start professional courses to enhance the possibility of employability of the students is in the priority of the department.

  • Promotion of research activities and motivation to innovative research is also in the priority of the department.

  • To enrich the departmental library with reference books and IT facility is in the vision of the department.

  • The department intends to apply for the Major/ minor research projects on contemporary issues. In order to promote poor learners and poor performers.

  • Developing smart class rooms and making class rooms equipped with ICT facility is the need of the department to make teaching more interesting and rewarding.

  • The department has planned to step into research activity in collaboration with other colleges and universities.

  • The department also plans to develop a computer cell to ensure access of the students to computer and Internet. The department E- journals and e- resource books o make research more innovative.

  • To introduce regular P.G. Courses

  • To introduce M.Phil program.

EVALUATIVE REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT

MICROBIOLOGY

1.Name of the Department & Its year of establishment

Microbiology




PG-Microbiology

2008

3. Inter-disciplinary courses and department involved- Nil

4. Annual/semester/choice based credit system – Semester based system

5. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments. Nil

6. Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors/Asst. Professors)



(A) Regular Posts

Sanctioned

Filled

Professor

Nil

Nil

(B) Guest Faculty (Self Financing)

04 (Botany)

04 (Microbiology)



04 (Botany)

04 (Microbiology)



7. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization (D.Sc./D.Litt/Ph.D./M.Phil.

etc).


Name

Qualification

Designation

Specialization

Year of Experience

No. of Ph.D. students guided in the last 4 year

Dr. Arpita Awasthi

Professor In-Charge

Dr.Manisha Shrivastava

M.Sc.,Ph.D

(Microbiology)



G.Faculty




08




Mrs.Mukta Singh

M.Sc. (Microbiology)

G.Faculty




02




Mrs.Abhilasha Singh

M.Sc. (Microbiology)

G.Faculty




05




Ms.Aparna Soni

M.Sc., M.Phil

(Microbiology)



G.Faculty




01




8. Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty – Program–wise information

PG (Microbiology)

100% of Allotted

9. program- wise Student Teacher Ratio

PG (Microbiology)

2:1

10. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned and filled.- NIL

11. Number of faculty with ongoing project from- a) National, b) International and c) Total grants received. Mention names of funding agencies and grants received project-wise (Last 05 Year). - Nil

12. Departmental project funded by DST –FIST ; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total grants received - Nil

13. Research facility /center with


  • state recognition -Nil

  • National recognition-Nil

  • International recognition-Nil

14. Publication

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

    Name Of the Faculty

    2010-11

    2011-12

    2012-13

    2013-14

    2014-15

    Total




    N*

    I*

    N*

    I*

    N*

    I*

    N*

    I*

    N*

    I*

    N*

    I*

    Mrs.Mukta Singh

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    02

    -

    02

  • Monographs - Nil

  • Chapter (s) in Books- Nil

  • Editing Books – Nil

  • Books with ISBN number with details of publishers NIL

  • Number listed in International Database (for e.g. Web of Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, database –International Social Directory .EBSCO host, etc.)-Nil

  • Citation Index –range/ average-Nil

  • SNIP-Source Normalized Impact Per Paper-Nil

  • Sjr- SCI Journal rank -Nil

  • Impact factor –range /average –Nil

  • h-index –Nil

15. Details of patent and income generated – Nil

16. Areas of consultancy and income generated – Nil

17. Faculty recharging strategies – Seminars & workshops organized by department and participation of faculty workshops organized by other colleges & Universities.

18. Student project –



  • Percentage of student who have done in –house project including inter –department

-NIL

  • Percentage of student doing project in collaboration with industries/institute -

  • M.Sc. Microbiology 4th sem-100%,PBRI,CMBT,AKS

19. Awards /recognitions received at the national and international level by-

  • Faculty -Nil

  • Doctoral /post doctoral fellow – Nil

  • Students-Nil

20. Seminar / Conference/ Work shop organized and the source of funding agency (national/international) with details of outstanding participants –Nil

21. Student profile course–wise : (last 04 years)




Name of the Course

AR

Selected

Pass %


AR

Selected


Pass %

AR

Selected


Pass %

AR

Selected


Pass %

2011-2012




2012-2013




2013-2014




2014-2015







M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F

PG





6

2

31

69




0

2

67

33




4

12

100

0




2

1

14

86

AR*- Application received

Data for the current year and pass percentage for the final year is mentioned

22. Diversity of student


Name of the

Course


% of student from the College

% of student from the state

% of student

from other state



% of student from other countries

PG

75

20

05

00

23. How many student have a cleared Civil Services, NET, SLET, GATE and any other competitive examinations? ( last 04 academic sessions) : Nil

24. Student progression



Student progression

Percentage against

enrolled


UG to PG

80 %

PG to M.Phil.

--

PG to Ph.D.

--

Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral

--

Employed

  • Campus selection

  • Other than campus recruitment


Nil

08


Entrepreneurs

02

25. Diversity of staff

Percentage of faculty who are graduate

of the same parent university

75

form other universities within the State

25

from other universities from other State

00

26. Number of faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.sc. and D.Litt. during the assessment period- One faculty under self finance scheme.

27. Present details about infrastructural facilities

a) Library – Central Library, Research Library & Departmental Library

Departmental library has 250 Books.

b) Internet facilities for staff and students- Yes

c) Total number of class rooms -02

d) Class rooms with ICT facility


  • The department has developed 01 master class room.

e) Students' laboratories - Yes, 02

f) Research laboratories - Yes,

28. No of Students getting financial assistance from the college-


  • All the students avail scholarship under the schemes of the Government such as Post matric, 'Gaon Ki Beti ''Pratibha Kiran' 'Vikramaditya Yojna' traveling allowance for girls, Research scholarship.

  • Sc/St students of regular courses enjoy full free ship. Free stationary and books are provided to the students belonging to Sc/St category.

  • The college provides financial assistance to the students of economically deprived sections under the scheme of Poor Boys Fund.

29. Was any need assessment exercise undertaken for the development of new program(S)? If so give the methodology.- NA

30. Does the Department obtain feedback from-



  1. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning evaluation? If yes how does the Department utilize it?

  2. -Students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching learning -evaluation and what is the response of the Department to the same.

  3. Alumni and employers on the programs and what is the response of the Department to the same.

(a)- The feedback of the faculty members on curriculum is obtained in the meeting of the Board of Studies.

(b)- The feedback of the students is collected on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation.

(c)- One member and two external experts in also nominated in the composition of the Board of Studies.

Their suggestions is acknowledged and implemented to best possible extent.

31. List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10) – None

Pankaj Sharma

Project supervisor LUPIN Co. Bhopal

Madhu Gupta

Pharmaceutical co. Delhi

Tulika Pandit

Pharmaceutical co. Delhi

Puja Chaudhary

Pharmaceutical co. Delhi

Sandeep Pathak

Govt. Employee

Ajay patel

Pharmaceutical co. Manipal

Amar Srivastava

Govt. Employee

32. Give details of student enrichment programs (special lecture /workshops /seminar) with external experts.

One day seminar on Research Methodology



  • Special lectures- The department conducts special lectures of the external experts on regular intervals to motivate the students.

Workshops /seminar

  • One day seminar on ‘How to make research paper was conducted in the Department.’

The department conducted several programs to motivate and enrich the students such as-

  • One day workshop on ‘Mushroom Cultivation.’

  • One day workshop on ‘NADEP’.

  • One day workshop on ‘Vermi Compost’.

  • Seven days national workshop on recent advances and significance of Microbial Bio- Technology.

33. List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programs.

  • Lecture method

  • Power point presentation

  • Clip-chart

  • Quiz

  • Seminar

  • Class-room teaching

  • Group- discussion

  • Role- play

  • Assignment

  • Field observation

34. How does the department ensure that program objectives are constantly met and learning outcomes monitored?



  • The Department constantly monitors the performance of the students in the comprehensive constant evaluation tests that is conducted every month.

  • The performance of the students in the seminars is the regularly monitored.

  • The poor performers and the poor learners are marked and they are given special attention.

  • The poor learners are provided remedial teachings and extra classes if necessary.

35. Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities.

  • The Students in the department actively participate in extra-curricular activities organized by the college.

  • The students of the department participate in NSS, NCC, Youth festivals, workshops organized by the department.

36. Give details of "beyond syllabus scholarly activities" of the department.



  • The students of the department actively participate in cultural activities and college level seminars.

  • The students participate in plantation programs organized on different occasions.

37. State whether the programme/ department is accredited/graded by other agencies. Give details.

  • ‘Yes’ the programs/Department is accredited with the NAAC accreditation of the college as whole. No separate grading of the department has been done by any other grading agency.

38. Details- any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenge (SWOC) of the department.

STRENGTH



  • Eminent and well educated faculty

  • Departmental library

  • Practical laboratories

  • Adequate teaching aids

  • Innovative practices like seminars, Quiz Group discussions, surprise test

WEEKNESSES

  • Level of awareness to the students due to their Rural Background.

  • Infrastructure in proportion to the number of students.

  • Placements problem.

  • No campus selections.

Opportunities

  • Research and Post-Doctoral Research

  • Inter-Disciplinary courses and research opportunities in academic field

  • Opportunities in leadership and administration

  • Job appointments in teaching & Civil Service

  • Opportunities in Ph.D./M.Phil/Net

  • Research and innovation for social issues

Challenges

  • GER in the course

  • Infrastructural facilities in proportion to the number of students

  • Quality Research

  • Problem of collaboration with other universities

  • Access to computer and internet in proportion to the number of students

  • Inadequate funds for research

  • Poor employment ratio

39. Future plans of the department

  • The department strives to promote Inter-departmental collaboration, as well as collaboration with national & international institutions.

  • The department has planned to organize National level workshop on research methodology to promote & motivate research activities in the faculty members.

  • The department plans to start professional courses to enhance the possibility of employability of the students is in the priority of the department.

  • Promotion of research activities and motivation to innovative research is also in the priority of the department.

  • To enrich the departmental library with reference books and IT facility is in the vision of the department.

  • The department intends to apply for the Major/ minor research projects on contemporary issues. In order to promote poor learners and poor performers.

  • Developing smart class rooms and making class rooms equipped with ICT facility is the need of the department to make teaching more interesting and rewarding.

  • The department has planned to step into research activity in collaboration with other colleges and universities.

  • The department also plans to develop a computer cell to ensure access of the students to computer and Internet. The department E- journals and e- resource books o make research more innovative.

  • To introduce regular P.G. Courses

  • To introduce M.Phil program.


EVALUATIVE REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT

DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY


2. Name of Programs /Courses offered

UG

1. CHEMISTRY

2. HONOUR’S IN CHEMISTRY



1985

2002 onwards



PG

  1. M.Sc. IN CHEMISTRY

2011 onwards


M.Phil.

CHEMICAL SCIENCE

2012 onwards

Ph.D.

NA

NA
1. Name of the Department & Its year of establishment - CHEMISTRY 1985

3. Inter-disciplinary courses and department involved - Nil

4. Annul/semester/choice based credit system - Semester system

5. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments.- Bio-Chemistry

6. Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors/Asst. Professors)

Posts

Sanctioned

Filled

Professor

02

02 (upgraded against the post of Assistant Professor)

Associate Professors

-

-

Asst. Professor

-

-

7. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization (D.Sc./D.Litt/Ph.D./M.Phil. etc).

Name


Qualification



Designation



Specialization


Year of


Experience

No. of Ph.D. students guided in last 4 year

Dr. H.D.Gupta

M.Sc. , Ph.D.

Professor

Organic Chemistry

32 years

02

Dr. S.K. Singh

M.Sc. , Ph.D.

Professor

Physical chemistry

32 years




Guest Faculty( self finance)

Dr. Santosh K. Singh

M.Sc., Ph.D.

Guest teacher

Organic Chemistry

12 years




Satya Prakash Verma

M.Sc., M.Phil

Guest teacher

Chemistry

4 years




Nishu Gupta

M.Sc., M.Phil

Guest teacher

Chemistry

3 years




Deepti Pandey

M.Sc., M.Phil

Guest teacher

Chemistry

2 years




Guest Faculty ( Janbhagidari)

Pratibha Soni

M.Sc., M.Phil

Guest teacher

Chemistry

1years




Arun Shukla

M.Sc., M.Phil

Guest teacher

Chemistry

4 years




R.K.Garg

M.Sc., M.Phil

Guest teacher

Chemistry

4years




8. Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty – Program–wise information


UG

85% as per allotted classes

PG

85% as per allotted classes

M. Phill.

100% as per allotted classes

9. program- wise Student Teacher Ratio


UG

63 : 1

PG

20:1

M. Phill.

7:1

10. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned and filled.


  • Sanctioned - 02

  • Filled - 02

  • under self financing scheme-03

11. Number of faculty with ongoing project from- a) National, b) International and c) Total grants received. Names of funding agencies and grants received project-wise (Last 05 Year).

Name of The Faculty Members

Title Of the Project

National/

International



Funding Agency

Total Grants Received

Dr. H.D.Gupta

Phosphotungstic acid catalyzed kinetics of oxidation of benzyl and p-benzyl alcohols by N- Chlorosaccharin in aqueous acetic acid medium

National

UGC (CRO) BHOPAL

1,15,000/-

Dr. S.K.Singh

(2010-11)



Study of the catalytic effect of CTAB on the oxidation of some primary alcohols by N-chlorosaccharin

National

UGC (CRO) BHOPAL

135000/-

12. Departmental project funded by DST –FIST ; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total grants received - Nil

13. Research facility /center with -Nil


  • state recognition -

  • National recognition

  • International recognition-

14. Publication

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

Name Of the Faculty

2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

Total

N*

I*

N*

I*

N*

I*

N*

I*

N*

I*

N*

I*

Dr. H.D. Gupta

-

02

01

03

01

02

01

02

02

03

05

12

Dr. S.K. Singh

-

02

02

01

02

02

01

02

02

03

07

11

Dr Santosh K.Singh

(Guest Teacher)






01




2




3




4




4

-

14

Total

12

37

N*- National / I*-International

  • Monographs - Nil

  • Chapter (s) in Books – Nil

  • Editing Books – Nil

  • Books with ISBN number with details of publishers- Nil

  • Number listed in International Database (for e.g. Web of Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, database –International Social Directory .EBSCO host, etc.)- Nil

  • Citation Index –range/ average- Nil

  • SNIP-- Nil

  • Sir- SCI Journal rank - Nil

  • Impact factor –range /average –Nil

  • h-index – Nil

15. Details of patent and income generated – Nil

16. Areas of consultancy and income generated – Nil

17. Faculty recharging strategies –


  • All the faculty members participate & present research papers in Seminars, Workshops & Conferences

  • Faculty members are engaged in publishing the research papers in National/ International Journals with impact factors

  • Dr. Sanjay singh, senior faculty Member of the department has done in- training courses organized by RCVP academy of administration Bhopal M.P. and also participated in Teacher-Exchange program

  • All the regular faculty members have completed Orientation/ Refresher courses

18. Student project -

  • percentage of student who have done in –house project including inter–department-

100% students of B.Sc. VI semester & M.Sc. IV Semester.

  • percentage of student doing project in collaboration with industries/institute - 75% M.Sc. Bio-chemistry and 30% M.Phil in chemical science students doing their project work in collaboration with industries/institute

19. Awards /recognitions received at the national and international level by-

  • Faculty-NIL

  • Doctoral /post doctoral fellow – NIL

  • Students- NIL

20. Seminar / Conference/ Work shop organized and the source of funding agency (national/international) with details of outstanding participants –

Name of activity organized

Date of organized event

Status

Funding

Details of Outstanding Participants

National

International

Seminar

25,26 NOV. 2013

National




UGC (CRO)

250

21. Student profile course –wise: (last 04 years)



Name of the Course

AR*

S*

Pass %


AR*

S*


Pass %

AR*

S*



Pass %

A *

S*



Pass %

2011-2012




2012-13




2013-2014




2014-2015







M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F

UG

123

26

7

93

07




28

16

83

17




65

25

77

23




74

50

59

41

PG




20

7

-

-




25

21

70

30




33

15

50

50




28

23

65

35

M. Phil.



















1

7

12

88




7

7

50

50




7

10







AR*- Application received S*-Selected Result

Note- Result of the final year is given

22. Diversity of student


Name of the

Course



% of student from the

College


% of student

from the


state

% of student

from other

state


% of student

from other



countries

UG I




100%

-

-

PG

85%

-

-

-

M. Phil.

75%

20%

5%

-

Ph.D.

75%

25%




-

23. How many student have a cleared Civil Services, NET, SLET, GATE and any other competitive? (last 04 academic sessions)

Year

Civil Services

NET

SLET

GATE

Any other competitive exam.

2011

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

12

2012

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

03

2013

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

08

2014

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

03

24. Student progression

Student progression

Percentage against enrolled

UG to PG

45%

PG to M.Phil.

15%

PG to Ph.D.

8%

Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral

Nil

Employed

  • Campus selection

  • Other than campus recruitment

Nil


03

Entrepreneurs

29

25. Diversity of staff

Percentage of faculty who are graduate

of the same parent university

96%

form other universities within the State

1%

from other universities from other State

3%

26. Number of Faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Lit. during the assessment period-

  • All the 2 regular members and 3 guest faculty members (self finance) have done Ph.D. before the assessment period.

27. Present details about Infrastructural facilities-

(A) Library-



  • The departmental library has more than 150 books.

  • The PG students and M. Phil scholars can have easy access to text books, reference books from the departmental library.

(B)- Internet facilities for staff and students-

  • The department is connected with Wi-Fi facility. The staff and students can avail the facilities of Internet at their convenience in the department.

(C) Total numbers of class rooms-

  • 06 + 02 class rooms

(d) Class rooms with ICT facility-

  • The Department has developed 01 master class rooms where the special classes are held for the students as required.

  • The departmental workshops and seminars are held in the conference hall.

(E) Students Laboratories- Two

(f) Research Laboratories - No specific or exclusive research laboratory exists as such.

28. No of Students getting financial assistance from the college-


  • All the students avail scholarship under the schemes of the Government such as Post matric, 'Gaon Ki Beti ''Pratibha Kiran' 'Vikramaditya Yojna' traveling allowance for girls, Research scholarship.

  • Sc/St students of regular courses enjoy full free ship. Free stationary and books are provided to the students belonging to Sc/St category.

  • The college provides financial assistance to the students of economically deprived sections under the scheme of Poor Boys Fund.

29. Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new programs? If so give the methodology.

  • No new program has been developed in the department

30. Does the Department obtain feedback from-

  1. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning evaluation? If yes how does the Department utilize it?

  2. -Students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching learning -evaluation and what is the response of the Department to the same.

  3. Alumni and employers on the programs and what is the response of the Department to the same.

'Yes'

(a)- The feedback of the faculty members on curriculum is obtained in the meeting of the Board of Studies.

(b)- The feedback of the students is collected on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation.

(c)- One member and two external experts in also nominated in the composition of the Board of Studies.

Their suggestions is acknowledged and implemented to best possible extent.

31. List the distinguished alumni of the department- (minimum 10)



Sr. No.

Name of the Alumni

Current positions held

1.

Dr. Santosh Singh

Teacher

2.

Ram Kripal Yadav

Constable

3.

Ram Lakhan Patel

Teacher

4.

Rahul sharma

QC manager

5.

Ram bhuvan chourasiya

Product quality manager

6.

Vikash shukla

Production manager

7.

Pankaj Sharma

QC manager

8.

Deepa pradhan

Research associate

32. Give details of student enrichment programs with external experts-

  • Special lectures- The department conducts special lectures of the external experts on regular intervals to motivate the students.

  • The career counseling cell conducts the orientation programs of the external experts.

  • The personality development cell organizes the workshops for the students for their motivation.

  • Regular seminars are held on every weekend to motivate the students for innovative learning.

33. List the teaching -methods adopted by the faculty for the different programs-

  • Lecture method

  • Power point presentation

  • Quiz

  • Seminar

  • Class- room teaching

  • Group- discussion

  • Role play

  • Assignment

  • Experimental project work

34. How does the department ensure that the program objectives are constantly met and learning outcomes are monitored?

  • The constantly monitors the performance of the students in the comprehensive constant evaluation tests that is conducted every month.

  • The performance of the students in the seminars is regularly monitored.

  • The poor performers and the poor learners are marked and they are given special attention.

  • The poor learners are provided remedial teaching if necessary.

35. Highlight the participation of the students in extension activities-

  • The Students of the department actively participate in extra-curricular activities organized by the college.

  • The students of the department participate in NSS, NCC, Youth festivals, workshops organized by the department on environment consciousness,

36. Give details 'beyond syllabus’ scholarly activities-

  • The students of the department participate in the college level seminars, present their papers in National conferences.

  • M.Phil Scholars publish their research papers in reputed National Journals

  • Participation in Radio-Talks

  • Actively participate in cultural activities.

37. State whether the program/department is accredited/graded by other agencies. Give details.

'Yes' the programs/Department is accredited with the NAAC accreditation of the college as whole. No separate grading of the department has been done by any other grading agency.

38. Detail any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Challenges of the department.

Strength


  • Eminent and well educated faculty

  • Departmental library

  • Adequate teaching aids

  • Innovative Practices like seminars, Quiz Group discussion, surprise test

  • Youth festival

  • National Voter's day celebration

  • Participation in NSS/Sports/NCC

Weakness

  • Level of awareness of the students due to their Rural background

  • Infrastructure in proportion to the number of students

  • Facilities of ICT in the department proportion to the number of students

  • Job opportunities

  • Placements problem

  • Problems of professional courses

  • Add on certificate and computer program's

Opportunities

  • Opportunities in leadership and administration

  • Job appointments in teaching & Civil Service

  • Opportunities in Ph.D./M.Phil/NET

  • Research and innovation for social issues

Challenges

  • Infrastructural facilities in proportion to the number of students

  • Problem of collaboration with other universities

  • Access to computer and internet in proportion to the number of students

  • Inadequate funds for research

  • Poor employment ratio

39. Future plans of the department

  • The department strives to promote Inter-departmental collaboration, as well as collaboration with national & international institutions. The department needs to develop well two fully equipped laboratories. The department needs to develop tutorial cells to promote individualized instruction to the students.

  • The department has planned to organize National level workshop on research methodology to promote & motivate research activities in the faculty members. Our department is not recognized as a Ph.D. research centre in chemistry by university therefore department will going to apply for recognized Ph.D. research centre in chemistry.

  • The department plans to start regular PG course in chemistry because running M.Sc. Chemistry is a self finance course but problem is the people belong in this region are economically poor and they are not behaves fee warden resultant many more talented students cannot do their PG course in chemistry.

  • Starting professional courses to enhance the possibility of employability of the students is in the priority of the department. Promotion of research activities and motivation to innovative research is also in the priority of the department.

  • To enrich the departmental library with reference books and IT facility is in the vision of the department. The department intends to apply for the Major/ minor research projects on contemporary issues. In order to promote poor learners and poor performers the department wishes to hold remedial classes for the students of the department.

  • Developing smart class rooms and making class rooms equipped with ICT facility is the need of the department to make teaching more interesting and rewarding. The department has planned to step into research activity in collaboration with other colleges and universities. The department also plans to develop a computer cell to ensure access of the students to computer and Internet. The department E- journals and e- resource books to make research more innovative.


EVALUATIVE REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT

BIO- CHEMISTRY


2. Name of Programs /Courses offered

UG







PG

  1. M.Sc. IN BIO-CHEMISTRY

2008 onwards

Ph.D.

NA

NA
1. Name of the Department & Its year of establishment - CHEMISTRY 1985
3. Inter-disciplinary courses and department involved - Nil

4. Annul/semester/choice based credit system - Semester system

5. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments.- Bio-Chemistry

6. Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors/Asst. Professors) SELF-FINANCE SCHEME



Posts

Sanctioned

Filled

Professor







Associate Professors

-

-

Asst. Professor

-

-

7. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization (D.Sc./D.Litt/Ph.D./M.Phil. etc).

Name


Qualification



Designation



Specialization


Year of


Experience

No. of Ph.D. students guided in last 4 year

Dr. H.D.Gupta

M.Sc. , Ph.D.

Professor

PROFEESOR INCHARGE

Guest Faculty( self finance)

Dr. Rashmi Pandey

M.Sc., Ph.D.

Guest teacher

Bio- Chemistry

3 years




Dr. Kuwar Pt. Singh

M.Sc., Ph.D.

Guest teacher

Bio- Chemistry

4 years




Sonu Singh

M.Sc., M.Phil

Guest teacher

Bio-Chemistry

4 years




8. Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty – Program–wise information


PG

100% as per allotted classes

9. program- wise Student Teacher Ratio


PG

7:1

10. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned and filled.

  • Under self financing scheme- 03

11. Number of faculty with ongoing project from- a) National, b) International and c) Total grants received. Names of funding agencies and grants received project-wise (Last 05 Year). NIL

12. Departmental project funded by DST –FIST ; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total grants received - Nil

13. Research facility /center with -Nil


  • state recognition -

  • National recognition

  • International recognition-

14. Publication

  • Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national/international) - NIL

  • Monographs - Nil

  • Chapter (s) in Books – Nil

  • Editing Books – Nil

  • Books with ISBN number with details of publishers- Nil

  • Number listed in International Database (for e.g. Web of Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, database –International Social Directory .EBSCO host, etc.)- Nil

  • Citation Index –range/ average- Nil

  • SNIP-- Nil

  • Sir- SCI Journal rank - Nil

  • Impact factor –range /average –Nil

  • h-index – Nil

15. Details of patent and income generated – Nil

16. Areas of consultancy and income generated – Nil

17. Faculty recharging strategies –


  • All the faculty members participate & present research papers in Seminars, Workshops & Conferences

  • Faculty members are engaged in publishing the research papers in National/ International Journals with impact factors

  • Dr. Sanjay singh, senior faculty Member of the department has done in- training courses organized by RCVP academy of administration Bhopal M.P. and also participated in Teacher-Exchange program

  • All the regular faculty members have completed Orientation/ Refresher courses

18. Student project -

  • percentage of student who have done in –house project including inter–department-

100% students of M.Sc. IV Semester.

  • percentage of student doing project in collaboration with industries/institute - 75% M.Sc. Bio-chemistry students doing their project work in collaboration with industries/institute

19. Awards /recognitions received at the national and international level by-

  • Faculty-NIL

  • Doctoral /post doctoral fellow – NIL

  • Students- NIL

20. Seminar / Conference/ Work shop organized and the source of funding agency (national/international) with details of outstanding participants –NIL

21. Student profile course –wise: (last 04 years)



Name of the Course

AR*

S*

Pass %


AR*

S*


Pass %

AR*

S*



Pass %

A R*

S*



Pass %

2011-2012




2012-13




2013-2014




2014-2015







M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F

PG




15

8

39

61




8

12

64

36




7

9

40

60




7

5

45

55

AR*- Application received S*-Selected Result

Note- Result of the final year is given

22. Diversity of student


Name of the

Course



% of student from the

College


% of student

from the


state

% of student

from other

state


% of student

from other

countries


PG

85%

-

-

-

23. How many student have a cleared Civil Services, NET, SLET, GATE and any other competitive? (last 04 academic sessions)

Year

Civil Services

NET

SLET

GATE

Any other competitive exam.

2011

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil




2012

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil




2013

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil




2014

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil



24. Student progression



Student progression

Percentage against enrolled

UG to PG




PG to M.Phil.




PG to Ph.D.




Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral




Employed

  • Campus selection

  • Other than campus recruitment




Entrepreneurs



25. Diversity of staff



Percentage of faculty who are graduate

of the same parent university

100%

form other universities within the State




from other universities from other State




26. Number of Faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Lit. during the assessment period- Nil

27. Present details about Infrastructural facilities-

(A) Library-


  • The departmental library has more than 50 books.

  • The PG students and M. Phil scholars can have easy access to text books, reference books from the departmental library.

(B)- Internet facilities for staff and students-

  • The department is connected with LAN facility. The staff and students can avail the facilities of Internet at their convenience in the department.

(C) Total numbers of class rooms-

  • 02 class rooms

(d) Class rooms with ICT facility-

  • The Department has developed 01 master class rooms where the special classes are held for the students as required.

  • The departmental workshops and seminars are held in the conference hall.

(E) Students Laboratories- Two

(f) Research Laboratories - No specific or exclusive research laboratory exists as such.

28. No of Students getting financial assistance from the college-


  • All the students avail scholarship under the schemes of the Government such as Post matric, 'Gaon Ki Beti ''Pratibha Kiran' 'Vikramaditya Yojna' traveling allowance for girls, Research scholarship.

  • Sc/St students of regular courses enjoy full free ship. Free stationary and books are provided to the students belonging to Sc/St category.

  • The college provides financial assistance to the students of economically deprived sections under the scheme of Poor Boys Fund.

29. Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new programs? If so give the methodology.

  • No new program has been developed in the department

30. Does the Department obtain feedback from-

  1. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning evaluation? If yes how does the Department utilize it?

  2. -Students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching learning -evaluation and what is the response of the Department to the same.

  3. Alumni and employers on the programs and what is the response of the Department to the same.

(a)- The feedback of the faculty members on curriculum is obtained in the meeting of the Board of Studies.

(b)- The feedback of the students is collected on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation.

(c)- One member and two external experts in also nominated in the composition of the Board of Studies.

Their suggestions is acknowledged and implemented to best possible extent.



31. List the distinguished alumni of the department- (minimum 10)

Sr. No.

Name of the Alumni

Current positions held

1

Priyanka gupta

Bank manager

2

Surendra saket

Pharmasist

3

Jyoti singh

Sub inspecter

32. Give details of student enrichment programs with external experts-

  • Special lectures- The department conducts special lectures of the external experts on regular intervals to motivate the students.

  • The career counseling cell conducts the orientation programs of the external experts.

  • The personality development cell organizes the workshops for the students for their motivation.

  • Regular seminars are held on every weekend to motivate the students for innovative learning.

33. List the teaching -methods adopted by the faculty for the different programs-

  • Lecture method

  • Power point presentation

  • Quiz

  • Seminar

  • Assignment

  • Experimental project work

34. How does the department ensure that the program objectives are constantly met and learning outcomes are monitored?

  • The constantly monitors the performance of the students in the comprehensive constant evaluation tests that is conducted every month.

  • The performance of the students in the seminars is regularly monitored.

  • The poor performers and the poor learners are marked and they are given special attention.

  • The poor learners are provided remedial teaching if necessary.

35. Highlight the participation of the students in extension activities-

  • The Students of the department actively participate in extra-curricular activities organized by the college.

  • The students of the department participate in NSS, NCC, Youth festivals, workshops organized by the department on environment consciousness,

36. Give details 'beyond syllabus’ scholarly activities-

  • The students of the department participate in the college level seminars, present their papers in National conferences.

  • M.Phil Scholars publish their research papers in reputed National Journals

  • Participation in Radio-Talks

  • Actively participate in cultural activities.

37. State whether the program/department is accredited/graded by other agencies. Give details.

'Yes' the programs/Department is accredited with the NAAC accreditation of the college as whole. No separate grading of the department has been done by any other grading agency.

38. Detail any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Challenges of the department.

Strength


  • Eminent and well educated faculty

  • Departmental library

  • Adequate teaching aids

  • Innovative Practices like seminars, Quiz Group discussion, surprise test

  • Youth festival

  • National Voter's day celebration

  • Participation in NSS/Sports/NCC

Weakness

  • Level of awareness of the students due to their Rural background

  • Infrastructure in proportion to the number of students

  • Facilities of ICT in the department proportion to the number of students

  • Job opportunities

  • Placements problem

  • Problems of professional courses

  • Add on certificate and computer program's

Opportunities

  • Opportunities in leadership and administration

  • Job appointments in teaching & Civil Service

  • Opportunities in Ph.D./M.Phil/NET

  • Research and innovation for social issues

Challenges

  • Infrastructural facilities in proportion to the number of students

  • Problem of collaboration with other universities

  • Access to computer and internet in proportion to the number of students

  • Inadequate funds for research

  • Poor employment ratio

39. Future plans of the department

  • The department strives to promote Inter-departmental collaboration, as well as collaboration with national & international institutions. The department needs to develop well two fully equipped laboratories. The department needs to develop tutorial cells to promote individualized instruction to the students.

  • Starting professional courses to enhance the possibility of employability of the students is in the priority of the department. Promotion of research activities and motivation to innovative research is also in the priority of the department.

  • To enrich the departmental library with reference books and IT facility is in the vision of the department. The department intends to apply for the Major/ minor research projects on contemporary issues. In order to promote poor learners and poor performers the department wishes to hold remedial classes for the students of the department.

  • Developing smart class rooms and making class rooms equipped with ICT facility is the need of the department to make teaching more interesting and rewarding. The department has planned to step into research activity in collaboration with other colleges and universities.

EVALUATIVE REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT

MATHEMATICS


1.Name of the Department & Its year of establishment

Mathematics 1985




2. Name of Programs /courses offered

UG

MATHEMATICS

PG

MATHEMATICS(SELF-FINANCE) 2011

3. Inter – disciplinary course and department involved. – Nil

4. Annul/semester/ choice based credit system.- Semester based system

5.Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments.-BBA,BCA,B.Com.,M.Sc.-Chemistry.

6. Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors /Asst. Professors)Posts

Sanctioned

Filled

Professor

Nil

Nil

Associate Professor

Nil

Nil

Asst. Professor

02

01

Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization (D.Sc./D.Litt/Ph.D./M.Phil.etc)

Name



Qualification

Designation

Specialization

Year of Experience

No. of Ph.D.

students guided



Regular Faculty

Dr. S.N. Pandey

M.Sc.,Ph.D.

Asst. Professor

Pure Mathematics

30 years

Nil


Teaching Faculty (Self Finance/ Janbhagidari)


Virendra Singh

M.Sc.

Gust Teacher


Pure Mathematics

39 years

Nil

Swati Shrma

M.Sc., M.Phil.

Gust Teacher


Pure Mathematics

5 years

Nil

Mayank Pandey

M.Sc., M.Phil.

Gust Teacher


Pure Mathematics

5 years

Nil

Vipin Dubey

M.Sc., M.Phil.

Gust Teacher


Pure Mathematics

5 years

Nil

Preeti Mishra

M.Sc., M.Phil.

Gust Teacher


Pure Mathematics

2 years

Nil

Satish Mishra

M.Sc., M.Phil.

Gust Teacher


Pure Mathematics

1 year

Nil

Usha Tiwari

M.Sc., M.Phil.

Gust Teacher

Pure Mathematics

1 year

Nil

Beena Shukla

M.Sc.

Gust Teacher

Pure Mathematics

1 year

Nil

Namrata Pandey

M.Sc.

Gust Teacher

Pure Mathematics

1 year

Nil

Yogesh Tiwari

M.Sc.

Gust Teacher

Self finance



Pure Mathematics

1 year

Nil

8. Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty – Program – wise information

UG

85% of Allotted

PG

100% of Allotted

M.Phill.

Nil

9. Program –wise Student Teacher Ratio

UG

70 : 1




PG

25 : 1

M.Phill.




10. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff sanctioned and filled - 4 under self finance/Janbhagidari

11. Number of faculty with ongoing project from- a) National, b) International and c) Total grants received. Mention names of funding agencies and grants received project –wise (Last 05year).



Name of The Faculty Members

Title of the Project

National/International

Funding Agency

Total Grants Received

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

12. Departmental project funded by DST- FIST; DBT, ICSSR, etc; total grants received- Nil

13. Research facility / center with

● State recognition Nil

● National recognition Nil

● International recognition Nil

14. Publication

● Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national/international)- Nil

Name of the Faculty

Name of the journals (with Issn no.)

No. of papers published







National

International

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

● Monographs - Nil

● Chapter (s) in Books – Nil

● Editing Books – Nil

● Books with ISBN number with details of publishers Nil

● Number listed in International Database (for e.g. Wed of Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, database-International Social Directory EBSCO host, etc.)- Nil

● Citation Index –range /average– Nil

● SNIP- Source Normalized Impact per Paper Nil

● Sjr- SCI journal rank Nil

● Impact factor – range /average-s Nil

●h- index – Nil

15. Details of patent and income generated – Nil

16. Areas of consultancy and income generated – Nil

17. Faculty recharging strategies – Nil

18. Student project Nil

● Percentage of student who have done in – house project including inter–department

100 % students of B.Sc. / B.A. Mathematics VI semester

● Percentage of student doing project in collaboration with industries / institute –NIL

19. Awards / recognitions at the national and international level by-

● Faculty - NIL

● Doctoral /post doctoral fellow – Nil

● Student - NIL

20. Seminar / Conference /Work shop organized and the source of funding agency

(National / international) with details of outstanding participants - NIL

21. Student profile course – wise: (last 04 years)



Name of the

course


AR*

Selected

Pass%

AR*

Selected

Pass%

AR*

Selected

Pass%

AR*

Selected

Pass%




2011-2012

2012-2013

2013-2014

2014-2015







M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F

UG




61

30

78

22




109

44

69

31




104

29

56

44




108

40

60

40

PG




05

02

00

00




21

18

100

100




20

19

44

56




12

29

47

53

AR*- Applications received- Data not available because the admission is online in which the students indicate the choice of the Colleges. Admission of the current session and pass % data of the final semester is given.

22. Diversity of student



Name of the course


% of student form the college

% of student form the

state


% of student form other

state


% of student form other

countries



UG




95%

5%

Nil

PG

70%

20%

10%

Nil

M.Phil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Ph.D.

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

23. How many students have a cleared Civil Services, NET, SLET, GATE and any other competitive examination? (Last 04 academic sessions)

Year

Civil Services

NET

SLET

GATE

Any other exam

2011

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

55

2012

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

45

2013

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

70

2014

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

42

24. Student Progression

Student progression

percentage against

enrolled



UG to PG

80 %

PG to M.Phil.

Nil

PG to Ph.D.

Nil

Ph.D. to Post – Doctoral

Nil

Employed

● campus selection

● Other than campus recruitment


Nil
212

Entrepreneurs

Nil

25. Diversity of staff

Percentage of faculty who are graduate

of the same parent university

Nil

from other universities within the State

Nil

from other universities from other State

100% of regular teaching faculty

26. Number of faculty who were awarded PhD, D.sc. and D.Litt. during the assessment period -Nil

27. Present details about infrastructural facilities

a) Library –

The departmental Library has 345 books

b) Internet- Yes

c) Total number of class rooms - 08

d) Class rooms with ICT facility - 01

e) Students' laboratories- 01

f) Research laboratories -Nil

28. No of Students getting financial assistance from the college-



  • All the students avail scholarship under the schemes of the Government such as Post matric, 'Gaon Ki Beti ''Pratibha Kiran' 'Vikramaditya Yojna' traveling allowance for girls, Research scholarship.

  • Sc/St students of regular courses enjoy full free ship. Free stationary and books are provided to the students belonging to Sc/St category.

  • The college provides financial assistance to the students of economically deprived sections under the scheme of Poor Boys Fund.

29. Was any need assessment exercise undertaken the development of new program (s)? If so give the methodology. Department has proposed to start M.Phil. in Mathematics.

30. Does the Department obtain feedback from-



  1. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning evaluation? If yes how does the Department utilize it?

  2. -Students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching learning -evaluation and what is the response of the Department to the same.

  3. Alumni and employers on the programs and what is the response of the Department to the same.

'Yes'

(a)- The feedback of the faculty members on curriculum is obtained in the meeting of the Board of Studies.

(b)- The feedback of the students is collected on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation.

(c)- One member and two external experts in also nominated in the composition of the Board of Studies.

Their suggestions is acknowledged and implemented to best possible extent.

31. List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10)



Ambrish Vaishya

Patwari

Dharmendra Singh

Teacher

Brijnandan Singh

Airforce

Rajiv Pandey

Contractor

Harikesh Dwivedi

Contractor

Sachin Gupta

Businessman

Poonam Singh Parihar

Scholar

Sapna Trivedi

Scholar

Sachin Dwivedi

Scholar

Meenu Singh

Teacher

32. Give details of student enrichment programs (special lecture/ workshops /seminar) with external experts.NIL

33. List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programs.



  • Lecture method

  • Power point presentation

  • Clip chart

  • Quiz

  • Seminar

  • Class room teaching

  • Group discussion

  • Role play

  • Assignment

34. How does the department ensure that program objectives are constantly met and learning outcomes monitored?

  • The Department constantly monitors the performance of the students in the comprehensive constant evaluation tests that is conducted every month.

  • The performance of the students in the seminars is regularly monitored.

  • The poor performers and the poor learners are marked and they are given special attention.

  • The poor learners are provided remedial leaching if necessary.

35. Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities.



  • The students of the department actively participate in extra-curricular activities organized by the college.

  • The students of the department participate in NSS, NCC, Youth festivals and National voter celebrations.

36. Give details of ''beyond syllabus scholarly activation '' of the department.

  • The students of the department participate in the college level seminars, present their papers in National Conferences.

  • Actively participate in cultural activities.

37. State whether the programmed/ department is accredited / graded by other agencies. Give details.

  • Yes, the programs / department is accredited with the NAAC accreditation of the college as whole. No separate grading of the department has been done by any other grading agency.

38. Details- any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenge (SWOC) of the department

Strength -



  • Eminent and well educated faculty

  • Departmental library

  • Adequate teaching aids

  • Innovative practices like seminars, Quiz group discussion, surprise test

  • Participation in NSS / Sports / NCC.

Weaknesses –

  • Level of awareness of the students due to their rural background,

  • No. of teachers in proportion to the number of students,

  • Infrastructure is proportion to the number of students,

  • Facilities of ICT in the department proportion to the number of students,

  • Job opportunities,

  • Problem of professional courses,

  • Add on certificate and computer program,

Opportunities –

  • Research and post doctoral research,

  • Inter disciplinary courses and research opportunities in academic field,

  • Opportunities in leadership and administration,

  • Job appointments in teaching & civil services,

  • Opportunities in Ph.D. / M.Phill / Net,

Challenges –

  • GER in the course.

  • Infrastructure facilities in proportion to the number of students.

  • Quality research.

  • Problem of collaboration with other universities.

  • Access to computer and internet in property to the number of students.

  • Inadequate funds for research.

  • Poor employment ration.

39. Future plans of the departments (200 words) –

  • The department strives to promote inter-depart mental collaboration, as well as collaboration with national & international institutions.

  • The Department intends to start M. Phil Program in Mathematics.

  • The department has planned to organize national level workshop to motivate research activities in the faculty members. Starting professional courses to enhance the possibility of employability of the students is in the priority of the department.

  • Developing smart class rooms and making class rooms equipped with ICT facility is the need of the department to make teaching more interesting and rewarding.

  • The department has planned to step into research activity in collaboration with other colleges and universities.

  • The department also plans to develop a computer cell to ensure access of the students to computer and internet. The department E-journals and E-resource books make research more innovative.


EVALUATIVE REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS


1.Name of the Department & Its year of establishment

Physics 1986




2.Name of Programs /Courses offered

UG –Physics

1986 onwards

3. Inter-disciplinary courses and department involved.- BCA

4. Annul/semester/choice based credit system – Semester based system

5. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments.



6. Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors/Asst. Professors)

Posts

Sanctioned

Filled

Professor

Nil

Nil

Associate Professors

- Nil

- Nil

Asst. Professor

02

01(Upgraded as Professor against the post of Asst. Professor)

7. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization (D.Sc./D.Litt/Ph.D./ M.Phil. etc).

Name

Qualification

Designation

Specialization

Year of Experience

No. of Ph.D. students guided in the last 4 year

Prof. Anil Kumar Tiwari

M.Sc., L.L.B., P.G.D.C.A., Ph.D.

Prof. And Head

Electronics Space Physics

35 years

Eight

TEMPORARY FACULTY (GUEST LECTURER)

U.K.Sharma

M.Sc. Ph.D.

Guest Lect.

Astro-Physics

05




TEMPORARY FACULTY (JANBHAGIDARI)

Praveen Kumar Vishvakarma

M.Sc. (Phy.), P.G.D.C.A. Ph.D (R)

Guest Faculty

Space Physics

6 years




Rinki Singh

M.Sc. (Phy.), M.Phil (Material Sc.), P.G.D.C.A.

Guest Faculty

Material Physics

1 years




Kirti Mishra

M.Sc. (Phy.), M.Phil (Space Sc.),

Guest Faculty

Space Physics

1 years



8. Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty – Program–wise information



UG

70%

9. Program-wise Student Teacher Ratio

UG I III V

60:1

10. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff:

Sanctioned-01 Lab Technician and 03 Lab Assistant,

Filled- 01 Lab Technician and 01 Lab Assistant

Four - Lab Asstt- under Self supporting Program,

11. Number of faculty with ongoing project from- a) National, b) International and c) Total grants received. Mention names of funding agencies and grants received project-wise (Last 05 Year).

Name of The Faculty Members

Title Of the Project

National/

International



Funding Agency

Total Grants Received

1.Dr.Anil Kumar Tiwari

Study of High Speed Solar Wind Stream Events

National

U.G.C.

2.25 lacs

12. Departmental project funded by DST –FIST ; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total grants received -NIL

13. Research facility /center with-No



  • state recognition

  • National recognition-

  • International recognition

14. Publication

  • Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national/international)-60

    Name Of the Faculty

    2010-11

    2011-12

    2012-13

    2013-14

    2014-15

    Total

    N*

    I*

    N*

    I*

    N*

    I*

    N*

    I*

    N*

    I*

    N*

    I*

    Dr. Anik Kumar Tiwari





































    Temporary Faculty (Guest Lecturer)

    Dr. Umakant Sharma

    -

    -

    03

    -

    04

    -

    03

    -

    03

    -

    05

    -

  • Monographs – Nil

  • Chapter (s) in Books- Last 04 years -Nil

  • Editing Books – Nil

  • Books with ISBN number with details of publishers- NIL

S.No.

Name

2011-12

National


2012-13

National


2013-14

National


2014-15

National


1

Dr. Anil Tiwari

02

02

02

02




  • Number listed in International Database (for e.g. Web of Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, database –International Social Directory .EBSCO host, etc.) Nil

  • Citation Index –range/ average- Nil

  • SNIP-Source Normalised Impact Per Paper- Nil

  • Sjr- SCI Journal rank - Nil

  • Impact factor –range /average – Nil

  • h-index – Nil

  • 15. Details of patent and income generated – Nil

16. Areas of consultancy and income generated – Nil

17. Faculty recharging strategies – Refresher/orientation/Seminar

18. Student project –


  • percentage of student who have done in –house project including inter–department

B.sc. VI Sem. 100%

  • percentage of student doing project in collaboration with industries/institute -

19. Awards /recognitions received at the national and international level by-

  • Faculty–Nil

  • Doctoral / Post doctoral fellow – NIL

  • Students - Nil

20. Seminar / Conference/ Work shop organized and the source of funding agency (national/international) with details of outstanding participants –NIL

21. Student profile course –wise: (last 04 years)



Name of the Course

A R*

S*

Pass %


AR*

S*


Pass %

AR*

S*



Pass %

A R*

S*



Pass %

2011-2012




2012-13




2013-2014




2014-2015







M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F

UG




22

11

83

17




33

17

73

27




86

35

63

37




112

40

59

41

Note- AR*-application received S*-Students selected for that session Pass- pass % of final year students only

22. Diversity of student



Name of the

Course


%of student from the College

%of student from the state

% of student from other state

% of student from other countries

UG

-

100 %




Nil

23. How many student have a cleared Civil Services, NET, SLET, GATE and any other competitive examinations? (Last 04 academic sessions) -09

24. Student progression



Student progression

Percentage against enrolled

UG to PG

40%

PG to M.Phil.




PG to Ph.D.




Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral




Employed

  • Campus selection

  • Other than campus recruitment

20%


Entrepreneurs

20%

25. Diversity of staff

Percentage of faculty who are graduate

of the same parent university

100%

form other universities within the State




from other universities from other State



26. Number of faculty who were awarded Ph.D, D.sc. and D.Litt. during the assessment period

All the members have done Ph.D before the assessment period.

27. Present details about infrastructural facilities

a) Library –Department library has been more than 500 books and research journal

(B)- Internet facilities for staff and students-



  • The department is connected with Wi-Fi facility. The staff and students can avail the facilities of Internet at their convenience in the department.

(C) Total numbers of class rooms-

06 class rooms

(d) Class rooms with ICT facility-


  • The Department has 01 master class room with ICT facility where the special classes are held for the students as required & the department utilize conference hall as per need.

  • The departmental workshops and seminars are held in the conference hall.

(E) Students Laboratories- Yes 01 lab and 03 computer lab

(f) Research Laboratories – Yes, The Department has research laboratory with the facilities of e- resource books & E- journals. No specific or exclusive research laboratory exists as such.

28. No of Students getting financial assistance from the college-


  • All the students avail scholarship under the schemes of the Government such as Post matric, 'Gaon Ki Beti ''Pratibha Kiran' 'Vikramaditya Yojna' traveling allowance for girls, Research scholarship.

  • Sc/St students of regular courses enjoy full free ship. Free stationary and books are provided to the students belonging to Sc/St category.

  • The college provides financial assistance to the students of economically deprived sections under the scheme of Poor Boys Fund.

29. Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new programs? If so give the methodology.

  • No new program has been developed in the department

30. Does the Department obtain feedback from-

  1. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning evaluation? If yes how does the Department utilize it?

  2. -Students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching learning -evaluation and what is the response of the Department to the same.

  3. Alumni and employers on the programs and what is the response of the Department to the same.

(a)- The feedback of the faculty members on curriculum is obtained in the meeting of the Board of Studies.

(b)- The feedback of the students is collected on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation.

(c)- One member and two external experts in also nominated in the composition of the Board of Studies.

Their suggestions is acknowledged and implemented to best possible extent.



31. List the distinguished alumni of the department-

S.N.

Name of the Alumni

Current positions held

1.

Prof. Shankar Pathak

Retd. as Principal, Govt. PG College

2.

Prof. G.D. Pathak

Retd. as Professor of Physics

3.

Prof. J.P. Shukla

Retd. as Principal, Govt. College

4.

Dr. O.P. Arora

Educationist

5.

Sunil Mishra

C.J.M. Katani

6.

Deepak Madan

Businessman Udyog Bihar Rewa

7.

Purushottam Pandey

Assistant Manager Madhyanchal Gramin Bank Rewa

8.

Raj Bhan Prajapati

Constable

9.

Bikram Tiwari

Builder

10

Abhishek Chandra Gupta

Patwari

32. Give details of student enrichment programs with external experts-

  • Special lectures- The department conducts special lectures of the external experts on regular intervals to motivate the students.

  • The career counseling cell conducts the orientation programs of the external experts.

  • The personality development cell organizes the workshops for the students for their motivation.

  • Regular seminars are held on every weekend to motivate the students for innovative learning.

  • The department organizes National voters programs in the month of December every year.

33. List the teaching -methods adopted by the faculty for the different programs-

  • Lecture method

  • Power point presentation

  • Clip- chart

  • Quiz

  • Seminar

  • Class- room teaching

  • Group- discussion

  • Role play

  • Assignment

34. How does the department ensure that the program objectives are constantly met and learning outcomes are monitored.

  • The constantly monitors the performance of the students in the comprehensive constant evaluation tests that is conducted every month.

  • The performance of the students in the seminars is regularly monitored.

  • The poor performers and the poor learners are marked and they are given special attention.

  • The poor learners are provided remedial teaching if necessary.

35. Highlight the participation of the students in extension activities-

  • The Students of the department actively participate in extra-curricular activities organized by the college.

  • The students of the department participate in NSS, NCC, Youth festivals, workshops organized by the department on environment consciousness, National voters celebrations.

  • The students have performed well in the National voters day celebration at the Division and state level.

36. Give details 'beyond syllabus scholarly activities-

  • The students of the department participate in the college level seminars, present their papers in National conferences.

  • Actively participate in cultural activities.

37. State whether the program/department is accredited/graded by other agencies. Give details.

'Yes' the programs/Department is accredited with the NAAC accreditation of the college as whole. No separate grading of the department has been done by any other grading agency.

38. Detail any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Challenges of the department.

Strength


  • Eminent and well educated faculty

  • Students strength

  • Research facility

  • Departmental library

  • Adequate teaching aids

  • Innovative Practices like seminars, Quiz Group discussion, surprise test

  • Participation in NSS/Sports/NCC

Weakness

  • Level of awareness of the students due to their Rural background

  • Infrastructure in proportion to the number of students

  • Facilities of ICT in the department proportion to the number of students

  • Job opportunities

  • Placements problem

  • Problems of professional courses

  • Add on certificate and computer program's

Opportunities

  • Research and Post-Doctoral Research

  • Inter-Disciplinary courses and research opportunities in academic field

  • Opportunities in leadership and administration

  • Job appointments in teaching & Civil Service

  • Opportunities in Ph.D./M.Phil/Net

  • Research and innovation for social issues

Challenges

  • Infrastructural facilities in proportion to the number of students

  • Quality Research

  • Problem of collaboration with other universities

  • Access to computer and internet in proportion to the number of students

  • Inadequate funds for research

  • Poor employment ratio

39. Future plans of the department

  • The department strives to promote Inter-departmental collaboration, as well as collaboration with national & international institutions.

  • The department needs to develop tutorial cells to promote individualized instruction to the students.

  • The department has planned to organize National level workshop on research methodology to promote & motivate research activities in the faculty members.

  • The department plans to start professional courses to enhance the possibility of employability.

  • Promotion of research activities and motivation to innovative research is also in the priority of the department.

  • To enrich the departmental library with reference books and IT facility is in the vision of the department.

  • The department intends to apply for the Major/ minor research projects on contemporary issues. In order to promote poor learners and poor performers the department wishes to hold remedial classes for the students of the department.

  • Developing smart class rooms and making class rooms equipped with ICT facility is the need of the department to make teaching more interesting and rewarding. The department has planned to step into research activity in collaboration with other colleges and universities.

  • The department also plans to develop a computer cell to ensure access of the students to computer and Internet. The department E- journals and e- resource books o make research more innovative.

  • Introducing PG class in Physics.


EVALUATIVE REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT

COMPUTER SCIENCE

1. Name of the Department & Its year of establishment

COMPUTER SCIENCE 2008,




2.Name of Programs /Courses offered

UG – BCA 2008 onwards

PG 2010


3. Inter-disciplinary courses and department involved.- Nil

4. Annul/semester/choice based credit system – Semester system

5. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments. BBA, B.Com Honours

6. Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors/Asst. Professors)- Self Finance




Posts

Sanctioned

Filled

Professor

NIL

NIL

Associate Professors

NIL

NIL

Asst. Professor(self finance)

10

10

7. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization (D.Sc./D.Litt/Ph.D./M.Phil.

etc). Self Finance Scheme




Name

Qualification

Designation

Specialization

No. of Years of Experience

No. of Ph.D. Students guided for the last 4 years

Dr. Anil Kumar Tiwari, Head Department of Physics- Professor in Charge

S.N. Premikar

M.Phil (CS)

M.Sc. (IT)



Guest Faculty

Computer Science

8 years




Vivek Shukla

M.Phil (CS)

M.Sc. (CS)



Guest Faculty

Java, Machine learning

8 years




Krishna Kumar Jaiswal

M.Phil (CS)

M.Sc. (IT)

M.Sc. (Math)


Guest Faculty

C,C++,Java, Machine learning, Data Mining

6 years




Dr. Arvind Singh

M.Sc. (IT)

Ph.D. (CS)



Guest Faculty

Oracle, 9i, 10G/11G

4 years




Bhart Lal Tiwari

M.Phil (CS)

M.Sc. (CS)



Guest Faculty

Java, C,C++

3 years




Nilesh Kumar Pandey

M.Phil (CS)

M.Sc. (CS)



Guest Faculty

Java, C,C++

2 years




Durgesh Pandey

M.Phil (CS)

M.Sc. (CS)



Guest Faculty

Java, C,C++, Oracle

3 years




Sachin Pandey

M.Phil (CS)

M.Sc. (IT)



Guest Faculty

Java, C,C++

3 years




Atul Mishra

M.phil(CS)

M.Sc(CS)


Guest Faculty

Java, Data mining

5 years




Abhinandan Pandey

M.phil(CS)

M.Sc(IT)


Guest Faculty

Java, RDBMS Oracle,C++

6 years




Usha Soni

M.phil(CS)

M.Sc(CS)


Guest Faculty

C++,Data mining Java

5 years




Ku. Chandan Shukla

M.phil(CS)

M.Sc(IT)


Guest Faculty

C++,Data mining Java

1 years




Anupam Tripathi

M.phil(CS)

M.Sc(CS)


Guest Faculty

C++,C#,Data mining Java

3 years




8.. Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty – Program–wise information

UG

100%

9. program- wise Student Teacher Ratio


UG- B.C.A.

17:1

PG M.Sc. (CS)

5:1

10. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned and filled. Nil. (01 Office Staff and one support staff under self finance scheme)

11. Number of faculty with ongoing project from- a) National, b) International and c) Total grants received. Mention names of funding agencies and grants received project-wise (Last 05 Year). NIL


12. Departmental project funded by DST –FIST; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total grants received - NIL

13. Research facility /center with -Nil


14. Publication – Nil

  • Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national/international) -NIL

  • Monographs - Nil

  • Editing Books – Nil

  • Books with ISBN number with details of publishers – Nil

  • Number listed in International Database (for e.g. Web of Science , Scopus, Humanities International Complete , database –International Social Directory .EBSCO host, etc.)-NIL

  • Citation Index –range/ average – Nil

  • SNIP-Source Normalized Impact Per Paper – Nil

  • Sjr- SCI Journal rank – Nil

  • Impact factor –range /average – Nil

  • h-index –

15. Details of patent and income generated – Nil

16. Areas of consultancy and income generated – Nil

17. Faculty recharging strategies –


  • All the faculty members participate & present research papers in seminars, workshops & conferences.

  • Faculty members are engaged in publishing the research papers in National / International journals with impact factors.

18. Student project

  • percentage of student who have done in –house project including inter –department

100 % students of B.C.A. VI semester and percentage of student doing project in collaboration with industries/institute - Nil

19. Awards /recognitions received at the national and international level by- NIL



  • Faculty Nil

  • Doctoral /post doctoral fellow – Nil

  • Students Nil

20. Seminar / Conference/ Work shop organized and the source of funding agency (national/international) with details of outstanding participants –NIL

21. Student profile course –wise: (last 04 years)




Name of the Course

AR*

Selected

Pass %


AR*

Selected


Pass %

AR*

Selected



Pass %

AR*

Selected



Pass %

2011-2012




2012-2013




2013-2014




2014-2015







M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F

UG




135

21

76

24




77

28

72

28




89

18

85

15




41

13

67

33







22

23

63

37




34

24

41

59




31

22

55

45




17

6

56

44

AR*Application received, Admission data for the current year and pass % for final year.

22. Diversity of student


Name of the

Course



Percent of student from the

College


Percent of student

from the


state

Percent of student

from other

state


Percent of student

from other

countries


B.C.A.




100 %







M.Sc. (CS)




100%






23. How many student have a cleared Civil Services, NET, SLET, GATE and any other competitive examinations? (last 04 academic sessions)

24. Student progression-

Student progression

Percentage against enrolled

UG to PG

35%

PG to M.Phil.




PG to Ph.D.




Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral




Employed

  • Campus selection

  • Other than campus recruitment

7%


Entrepreneurs




25. Diversity of staff

Percentage of faculty who are graduate

of the same parent university

84 %

form other universities within the State

8%

from other universities from other State

8%

26. Number of faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.sc. and D.Litt. during the assessment period – Two self Finance Teachers

27. Present details about infrastructural facilities

a) Library –


  • The department library has been more than 450 books.

  • The students can have easy access to text books, reference books from the department library.

b) Internet facilities for staff and students -

  • The department is connected with Wi-Fi and LAN faculty. The staff and students can avail the facilities of internet at their convenience in the department.

c) Total number of class rooms - 06

d) Class rooms with ICT facility – 01



  • The departmental workshops and seminars are held in the conference hall.

e) Students' laboratories – 01 computer lab with 46 computers.

f) Research laboratories –0ne No specific or exclusive research laboratory exists as such.

28. No of Students getting financial assistance from the college-


  • All the students avail scholarship under the schemes of the Government such as Post matric, 'Gaon Ki Beti ''Pratibha Kiran' 'Vikramaditya Yojna' traveling allowance for girls, Research scholarship.

  • Sc/St students of regular courses enjoy full free ship. Free stationary and books are provided to the students belonging to Sc/St category.

  • The college provides financial assistance to the students of economically deprived sections under the scheme of Poor Boys Fund.

29. Was any need assessment exercise undertaken the development of new program(S)? If so give the methodology. No new program has been developed in the department.

30. Does the Department obtain feedback from-



  1. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning evaluation? If yes how does the Department utilize it?

  2. -Students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching learning -evaluation and what is the response of the Department to the same.

  3. Alumni and employers on the programs and what is the response of the Department to the same.

(a)- The feedback of the faculty members on curriculum is obtained in the meeting of the Board of Studies.

(b)- The feedback of the students is collected on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation.

(c)- One member and two external experts in also nominated in the composition of the Board of Studies.

Their suggestions is acknowledged and implemented to best possible extent.

31. List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10) –

S.No.

Name of the distinguished alumni of the department (Maximum 10)

Current Status

1.

Ashish Chandra Gupta

Guest teacher Rewa

2.

Upendra Dwivedi

Deputy Manager INFOSYS pune

3.

Nitesh Patel

Engineer INTAVO LTD. NOIDA

4.

Triyambak Tiwari

Airforce Surat garh Rajasthan

5.

Bhupendra Kushwaha

Airforce Haryana

6.

Aalok Akash Dwivedi

Asstt. Manager Rewal estate ltd. Indore

7.

Vineet Singh

Anchor, ZEE India Pune

8.

Varsha Srivastava

Counselor Engineer Noida

9.

Vibhuti Narayan Mishra

Software Engineer

10.

Munendra Jaiswal

Team leader Reliance Pvt.Ltd. Pune

11.

Vishnu Dev Gupta

Software Engineer Bangalore

32. Give details of student enrichment programs (special lecture /workshops /seminar) with external experts.



  • Special lectures – The department conducts special lectures of the external experts on regular intervals to motivate the students.

  • The career counseling cell conducts the orientation programs of the external experts.

  • The personality development cell organizes the workshop for the students for their motivation.

  • Regular seminars are held on every weekend to motivate the students for innovative learning.

33. List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programs.

  • Lecture method

  • Power point presentation

  • Clip chart

  • Quiz

  • Seminar

  • Class room teaching

  • Group discussion

  • Role play

  • Assignment

34. How does the department ensure that program objectives are constantly met and learning outcomes monitored?

  • The Department constantly monitors the performance of the students in the comprehensive constant evaluation tests that is conducted every month.

  • The performance of the students in the seminars is regularly monitored.

  • The poor performers and the poor learners are marked and they are given special attention.

  • The poor learners are provided remedial leaching if necessary.

35. Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities.

  • The students of the department actively participate in extra-curricular activities organized by the college.

36. Give details of ''beyond syllabus scholarly activation '' of the department.

  • The students of the department participate in the college level seminars, present their papers in National Conferences.

  • Actively participate in cultural activities.

37. State whether the programme/ department is accredited/graded by other agencies. Give details.

  • No separate grading of the department has been done by any other grading agency.

38. Details- any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenge (SWOC) of the department

Strength –



  • Departmental library

  • High GER Ratio

  • Adequate teaching aids

  • Innovative practices like seminars, Quiz group discussion, surprise test

  • National voters day celebration

  • Participation in NSS / Sports / NCC.

Weaknesses –

  • Level of awareness of the students due to their rural background.

  • Infrastructure is proportion to the number of students.

  • Facilities of ICT in the department proportion to the number of students.

  • Job opportunities

  • Placement problem

  • Problem of professional courses.

  • Add on certificate and computer program.

Opportunities –

  • Inter disciplinary courses and research opportunities in academic field.

  • Opportunities in leadership and administration.

  • Job appointments in teaching & civil services, Management and administration.

  • Research and innovation for social issues.

Challenges –

  • Infrastructure facilities in proportion to the number of students.

  • Quality research.

  • Problem of collaboration with other universities.

  • Access to computer and internet in property to the number of students.

  • Inadequate funds for research.

  • Poor employment ration.

39. Future plans of the departments (200 words) –

  • The department strives to promote inter-depart mental collaboration, as well as collaboration with national & international institutions.

  • The department intends to collaborate with industry and other financial institutions to ensure employability of the students.

  • Development of well equipped master class room with ICT facility is the need to make teaching more interesting and rewarding.

  • The department has planned to step into collaboration with other Industry and other agencies.

  • The department intends to subscribe journals on science and engineering to motivate the students to quality education.

  • The department intends to invite campus to ensure more employability of the students.


EVALUATIVE REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT

ZOOLOGY

1. Name of the Department & Its year of establishment -

Zoology, 1985

2. Name of Programs /Courses offered

UG

1985 onwards

PG

2011 onwards (Self Finance)

3. Inter-disciplinary courses and department involved - Biotechnology

4. Annul/semester/choice based credit system - Semester system

5. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments. Bio-Technology, Micro-Biology, Bio-Chemistry

6. Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors/Asst. Professors)



Posts

Sanctioned

Filled

Professor

-

-

Associate Professors

01

01

Asst. Professor (Self finance & Janbhagidari)

06

06

7. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization (D.Sc./D.Litt/Ph.D./M.Phil. etc).

Name

Qualification

Designation

Specialization

Year of

Experience



No. of Ph.D. students guided in last 4 year

Dr. Amit Tiwari

M.Sc. Ph.D.

Head

&Asso. professor



Ichthyology

27

01

TEMPORARY FACULTY(SELF-FINANCE/ JANBHAGIDARI)

Dr. Dheerendra Pandey

M.Sc. Ph.D

TEACHING FACULTY UNDER (SELF-FINANCE/ JANBHAGIDARI

Ichthyology

5

Dr. Brajesh Pandey


M.Sc. Ph. D

Entomology

2

Dr. Kalpana Tripathi

M.Sc. Ph. D

Endocrinology

2

Dr. Kirti Tiwari

M.Sc. Ph. D

Ichthyology


3

Mrs. Nisha Shukla

M.Sc. M. Phil


Ichthyology

3

Dr. Ajay Kumar Tiwari

M.Sc. Ph. D

Ichthyology


-

8. Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty – Program–wise information


UG

75%

PG

75%

9. program- wise Student Teacher Ratio




UG

257:1

PG

9:1

10. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned and filled.

  • Sanctioned - Nil

  • Filled - 02 under self financing scheme

11. Number of faculty with ongoing project from- a) National, b) International and c) Total grants received. names of funding agencies and grants received project-wise (Last 05 Year)- nil

12. Departmental project funded by DST –FIST ; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total grants received - Nil

13. Research facility /center with - Nil

14. Publication



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

Name Of the Faculty

2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

Total

N*

I*

N*

I*

N*

I*

N*

I*

N*

I*

N*

I*

Dr. Amit Tiwari

-

3

2

3

1

1

1

-

-

5

4

12

Dr. Dheerendra Pandey

-

-

1

-

-

-

1

2

-

2

2

4

Dr. Brajesh Pandey


-

-

-

-

-

-

1

-

1

2

2

2

Dr. Kalpana Tripathi

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

1

2

2

2

3

Dr. Kirti Tiwari

-

-

-

-

-

-

1

-

-

1

1

1

Dr. Ajay Kumar Tiwari

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Mrs. Nisha Shukla

-

-

-

-

-

-

1

-

-

4

1

4

Total

12

26

N*- National / I*-International

  • Monographs - Nil

  • Chapter (s) in Books – Nil

  • Editing Books – Nil

  • Books with ISBN number with details of publishers - Nil

  • Number listed in International Database (for e.g. Web of Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete , database –International Social Directory .EBSCO host, etc.)- Nil

  • Citation Index –range/ average- Nil

  • SNIP-- Nil

  • Sjr- SCI Journal rank - Nil

  • Impact factor –range /average –Nil

  • h-index – Nil

15. Details of patent and income generated – Nil

16. Areas of consultancy and income generated – Nil

17. Faculty recharging strategies –


  • All the faculty members participate & present research papers in Seminars, Workshops & Conferences

  • Faculty members are engaged in publishing the research papers in National/ International Journals with impact factors

18. Student project -

  • Percentage of student who have done in –Dissertation including inter–department- 100% students of M.Sc.IV Sem.

  • percentage of student doing project in collaboration with industries/institute - NIL

19. Awards /recognitions received at the national and international level by-

  • Faculty-NIL

  • Doctoral /post doctoral fellow – NIL

  • Students- NIL

20. Seminar / Conference/ Work shop organized and the source of funding agency (national/international) with details of outstanding participants –nil

21. Student profile course –wise: (last 04 years)



Name of the Course

A R

SELECTED

Pass %

A R

SELECTED

Pass %

A R

S


SELECTED

Pass %

A R

SELECTED

Pass %

2011-2012




2012-2013




2013-2014




2014-2015




M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F

B.Sc.




33

24










20

10










58

39










33

25







M.Sc. PG




6

4










18

11










15

13







11

18







AR*- Applications received- Data not available because the admission is online in which the students indicate the choice of the Colleges. Admission of the current session and pass % data of the final semester is given.

22. Diversity of student



Name of the

Course



%of student from the

College


%of student

from the


state

% of student

from other

state


% of student

from other

countries


UG I




100%

-

-

PG

100%










23. How many student have a cleared Civil Services, NET, SLET, GATE and any other competitive? (last 04 academic sessions)

24. Student progression



Student progression

Percentage against enrolled

UG to PG

25%

PG to M.Phil.

65%

PG to Ph.D.

95%

Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral

Nil

Employed

  • Campus selection

  • Other than campus recruitment

Nil


Nil

Entrepreneurs

Nil

25. Diversity of staff

Percentage of faculty who are graduate

of the same parent university

100%

form other universities within the State

-

from other universities from other State

-

26.Number of Faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Lit. during the assessment period- One

27. Present details about Infrastructural facilities-

(A) Library-


  • The departmental library has About 300 books.

  • The students have easy access to the departmental library.

(B)- Internet facilities for staff and students-

  • Internet facility is available for students and staff.

(C) Total numbers of class rooms-



  • 06 class rooms

(d) Class rooms with ICT facility-

  • 01 Master Class room is PG classes.

  • The departmental workshops and seminars are held in the conference hall.

(E) Students Laboratories- one Laboratory

(f) Research Laboratories – No research Lab

28. No of Students getting financial assistance from the college-


  • All the students avail scholarship under the schemes of the Government such as Post matric, 'Gaon Ki Beti ''Pratibha Kiran' 'Vikramaditya Yojna' traveling allowance for girls, Research scholarship.

  • Sc/St students of regular courses enjoy full free ship. Free stationary and books are provided to the students belonging to Sc/St category.

  • The college provides financial assistance to the students of economically deprived sections under the scheme of Poor Boys Fund.

29. Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new programs? If so give the methodology.

  • No new program has been developed in the department

30. Does the Department obtain feedback from-

  1. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning evaluation? If yes how does the Department utilize it?

  2. -Students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching learning -evaluation and what is the response of the Department to the same.

  3. Alumni and employers on the programs and what is the response of the Department to the same.

'Yes'

(a)- The feedback of the faculty members on curriculum is obtained in the meeting of the Board of Studies.

(b)- The feedback of the students is collected on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation.

(c)- One member and two external experts in also nominated in the composition of the Board of Studies.

Their suggestions is acknowledged and implemented to best possible extent.

31. List the distinguished alumni of the department-



Sr. No.

Name of the Alumni

Current positions held

1.

Ravedra Singh gaharwar

Railways

2.

Dinesh Singh bais

T.G.T

3.

Sachin Pandey

Bank manager

4.

Rahul dwinedi

Police

5.

Jeevindra Singh

Health Department

32. Give details of student enrichment programs with external experts-

  • Special lectures- The department conducts special lectures of the external experts on regular intervals to motivate the students.

  • Regular seminars are held on every weekend to motivate the students for innovative learning.

  • The career counseling cell conducts the orientation programs of the external experts.

33. List the teaching -methods adopted by the faculty for the different programs-

  • Class-room teaching (Lecture)

  • Power point presentation

  • Clip- chart

  • Seminar

  • Quiz

  • Assignment

34. How does the department ensure that the program objectives are constantly met and learning outcomes are monitored.

  • By comprehensive constant evaluation tests that are conducted every month.

  • Conduction of Seminar in every Saturday.

  • The poor learners are provided remedial teaching if necessary.

35. Highlight the participation of the students in extension activities-

  • The Students participates in District, Division, States and University level Sports and Cultural activities.

  • The students take part in SVEEP.

36. Give details 'beyond syllabus scholarly activities-

  • The students of the department participate in the college level seminars and attend workshops organized by other institutions.

  • Social caused such as save energy and electoral awareness.

37. State whether the program/department is accredited/graded by other agencies. Give details.

No separate grading of the department. The department is accredited with the NAAC of the college.

38. Detail any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Challenges of the department.

Strength


  • Well educated, Young and dedicated teachers.

  • Departmental library

  • Adequate teaching aids

  • Innovative Practices like seminars, Quiz Group discussion, surprise test.

  • Participation in NSS/Sports/NCC

Weakness

  • Lack of infrastructure, in relation to number of students.

  • Job opportunities

  • Placements problem

Opportunities

  • Inter-Disciplinary courses and research opportunities in academic field

  • Job appointments in teaching, Civil Service, Fishery Department and Research labs.

  • Opportunities in Ph.D./M. Phil/Net

Challenge

  • Lack of Research laboratory

  • Lack of Infrastructural facilities in proportion to the number of students

  • Quality Research not possible due to paucity of funds

  • Problem of collaboration with other universities

  • Access to computer and internet in proportion to the number of students

  • Poor employment ratio

39. Future plans of the department

  • Start M. Phil and Ph. D. Courses

  • Starting job oriented diploma courses in fishery and sericulture which will be beneficial to fishery and sericulture which be beneficial to the students. Develop a well equipped research lab.


EVALUATIVE REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT

BIOTECHNOLOGY

1. Name of the Department & Its year of establishment -

Biotechnology 2008

(Self finance)






2. Name of Programs /Courses offered

UG

2008 onwards

PG

2008 onwards

3. Inter-disciplinary courses and department involved - Nil

4. Annul/semester/choice based credit system - Semester system

5. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments.

6. Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors/Asst. Professors)



Posts

Sanctioned

Filled

Professor

-

-

Associate Professors

-

-

Guest Lecturer (Self finance)

10

10

7. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization (D.Sc./D.Litt/Ph.D./M.Phil. etc).

Name


Qualification



Designation



Specialization


Year of


Experience

No. of Ph.D. students guided in last 4 year

Dr. Amit Tiwari

Professor In-charge

Dr. Jai Prakash Pandey

M.Sc. M.Phil Ph.D.

Guest Faculty (Self Finance)

Phycology & Drug Design

06




Mrs. Pallavi Mishra

M.Sc. M.Phil

Guest Faculty (Self Finance)

Molecular Biology

03





Mrs. Annu Tiwari


M.Sc. M.Phil

Guest Faculty (Self Finance)

Plant Biotechnology

03




Miss. Kanchan Tamrakar

M.Sc. M.Phil

Guest Faculty (Self Finance)

Plant Biotechnology

02




Miss. Sanchita Singh

M.Sc. Research Scholar

Guest Faculty (Self Finance)

Plant Biotechnology

04




Mr. Avinash Rajak

M.Sc. Research Scholar

Guest Faculty (Self Finance)

Plant Biotechnology

03




Mr. Shashi Ku. Dubey

M.Sc.


Guest Faculty (Self Finance)

Molecular Biology

03




Miss Sweta Tiwari

M.Sc. M.Phil

Guest Faculty (Self Finance)

Molecular Biology







Dr. Suresh Ku. Tiwari

M.Sc. Ph.D.

Guest Faculty (Self Finance)

Botany

02




Mr. Parasmani chaturvedi

M.Sc. M.Phil

Guest Faculty (Self Finance)

Chemistry

02




8. Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty – Program–wise information




UG

100%

PG

100%

9. program- wise Student Teacher Ratio


UG

60:1

PG

30:1

10. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned and filled.

  • Sanctioned - Nil

  • Filled - 02 under self financing scheme

11. Number of faculty with ongoing project from- a) National, b) International and c) Total grants received. names of funding agencies and grants received project-wise (Last 05 Year). NIL

12. Departmental project funded by DST –FIST ; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total grants received - Nil

13. Research facility /center with - Nil

14. Publication



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

Name Of the Faculty

2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

Total

N*

I*

N*

I*

N*

I*

N*

I*

N*

I*

N*

I*

Dr. Jai Prakash Pandey

-

03

05

03

03

02

01

05

-

08

09

21

Mrs. Pallavi Mishra

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

01

-

01

-

Mrs. Annu Tiwari

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

01

-

01

-

Miss. Kanchan Tamrakar

-

-

-

-

-

-

01

-

-

-

01

-

Miss. Sanchita Singh

-

-

01

-

01

-

-

02

-

02

02

04

Mr. Avinash Rajak

-

-

01

-

01

-

-

01

-

-

02

01

Mr. Shashi Ku. Dubey

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

01

-

01

Miss Sweta Tiwari

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

01

-

01

Dr. Suresh Ku. Tiwari

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Mr. Parasmani chaturvedi

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

01

-

01

Total

16

29

N*- National / I*-International

  • Monographs - Nil

  • Chapter (s) in Books – Nil

  • Editing Books – Nil

  • Books with ISBN number with details of publishers - Nil

  • Number listed in International Database (for e.g. Web of Science , Scopus, Humanities International Complete , database –International Social Directory .EBSCO host, etc.)- Nil

  • Citation Index –range/ average- Nil

  • SNIP-- Nil

  • Sjr- SCI Journal rank - Nil

  • Impact factor –range /average –Nil

  • h-index – Nil

15. Details of patent and income generated – Nil

16. Areas of consultancy and income generated – Nil

17. Faculty recharging strategies –


  • All the faculty members participate & present research papers in Seminars, Workshops & Conferences

  • Faculty members are engaged in publishing the research papers in National/ International Journals with impact factors

  • 03 Faculty Members of the department have done in- training courses organized by MPCOST Bhopal

18. Student project -

  • Percentage of student who have done in –Dissertation including inter–department- All the students of B.Sc. VI Semester and M.Sc.I, II, III

  • Percentage of student doing project in collaboration with industries/institute - 100 % students of M.Sc.IV

  • Undertake Project

19. Awards /recognitions received at the national and international level by-

  • Faculty-NIL

  • Doctoral /post doctoral fellow – NIL

  • Students- NIL

20. Seminar / Conference/ Work shop organized and the source of funding agency (national/international) with details of outstanding participants – NIL

21. Student profile course –wise : (last 04 years)




Name of the Course

A R

S

Pass %


A R

S


Pass %

A R

S



Pass %

AR

S



Pass %

2012-2013




2013-2014




2014-2015




2015-2016

M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F




M

F

M

F

U.G




43

30

54

46




40

16

63

37




60

38

55

45




23

16

71

29

P.G.




15

8

28

72




8

12

30

70




7

9

48

52




7

5

45

55

AR*- Applications received- Data not available because the admission is online in which the students indicate the choice of the Colleges. Admission of the current session and pass % data of the final semester is given.

22. Diversity of student



Name of the

Course



%of student from the

College


%of student

from the


state

% of student

from other

state


% of student

from other

countries


UG I




100%

-

-

PG

100%










M. Phil.

-

-

-

-

Ph.D.

-

-

-

-

23. How many student have a cleared Civil Services, NET, SLET, GATE and any other competitive? (last 04 academic sessions)

24. Student progression



Student progression

Percentage against enrolled

UG to PG

25%

PG to M.Phil.

65%

PG to Ph.D.

95%

Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral

Nil

Employed

  • Campus selection

  • Other than campus recruitment

Nil


12

Entrepreneurs

Nil

25. Diversity of staff

Percentage of faculty who are graduate

of the same parent university

100%

form other universities within the State

-

from other universities from other State

-

26. Number of Faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Lit. during the assessment period-

  • One

27. Present details about Infrastructural facilities-

(A) Library-



  • About 100 books.

  • The students have easy access to the departmental library.

(B)- Internet facilities for staff and students-

  • Wi-Fi facility available for students and staff.

(C) Total numbers of class rooms-

  • 04 class rooms

(d) Class rooms with ICT facility-

  • 01 master class rooms available which can be used for special classes.

  • The departmental workshops and seminars are held in the smart class.

(E) Students Laboratories- One Laboratory

(f) Research Laboratories – No research Lab

28. No of Students getting financial assistance from the college-


  • All the students avail scholarship under the schemes of the Government such as Post matric, 'Gaon Ki Beti ''Pratibha Kiran' 'Vikramaditya Yojna' traveling allowance for girls, Research scholarship.

  • Sc/St students of regular courses enjoy full free ship. Free stationary and books are provided to the students belonging to Sc/St category.

  • The college provides financial assistance to the students of economically deprived sections under the scheme of Poor Boys Fund.

29. Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new programs? If so give the methodology.

  • No new program has been developed in the department

30. Does the Department obtain feedback from-

  1. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning evaluation? If yes how does the Department utilize it?

  2. -Students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching learning -evaluation and what is the response of the Department to the same.

  3. Alumni and employers on the programs and what is the response of the Department to the same.

(a)- The feedback of the faculty members on curriculum is obtained in the meeting of the Board of Studies.

(b)- The feedback of the students is collected on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation.

(c)- One member and two external experts in also nominated in the composition of the Board of Studies.

Their suggestions is acknowledged and implemented to best possible extent.

31. List the distinguished alumni of the department-

Sr. No.

Name of the Alumni

Current positions held

1.

Pritha Mishra

Research Associates in SIT

2.

Surendra Mani Sahu

Army

3.

Rajneesh Tripathi

Police Constable

4.

Shanti Suman Deepankar

Teacher in Kendriya Vidyalaya

5.

Ram Sunder Vishwakarma

HWEC

6.

Sumit Gautam

Aakaswani

7.

Rajeev Kumar Saket

Police Constable

32. Give details of student enrichment programs with external experts-


  • Special lectures- The department conducts special lectures of the external experts on regular intervals to motivate the students.

  • Regular seminars are held on every weekend to motivate the students for innovative learning.

  • The career counseling cell conducts the orientation programs of the external experts.

33. List the teaching -methods adopted by the faculty for the different programs-



  • Class-room teaching (Lecture)

  • Power point presentation

  • Clip- chart

  • Seminar

  • Quiz

  • Assignment

34. How does the department ensure that the program objectives are constantly met and learning outcomes are monitored?

  • By comprehensive constant evaluation tests that are conducted every month.

  • Conduction of Seminar in every Saturday.

  • The poor learners are provided remedial teaching if necessary.

35. Highlight the participation of the students in extention activities-

  • The Students participates in District, Division, States and University level Sports and Cultural activities.

  • The students take part in SVEEP.

36. Give details 'beyond syllabus scholarly activities-

  • The students of the department participate in the college level seminars and attend workshops organized by other institutions.

  • Social caused such as save energy and electoral awareness.

37. State whether the program/department is accredited/graded by other agencies. Give details.

No separate grading of the department. The department is accredited with the NAAC of the college.

38. Detail any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Challenges of the department.

Strength


  • Well educated, Young and dedicated teachers.

  • Departmental library

  • Adequate teaching aids

  • Innovative Practices like seminars, Quiz Group discussion, surprise test.

  • Participation in NSS/Sports/NCC

Weakness

  • Lack of infrastructure, in relation to number of students.

  • Job opportunities

  • Placements problem

Opportunities

  • Inter-Disciplinary courses and research opportunities in academic field

  • Job appointments in teaching, Civil Service, Parma, Research labs and seeds industry

  • Opportunities in Ph.D./M. Phil/Net

Challenge



  • Lack of Research laboratory

  • Lack of Infrastructural facilities in proportion to the number of students

  • Quality Research not possible due to paucity of funds

  • Problem of collaboration with other universities

  • Access to computer and internet in proportion to the number of students

  • Poor employment ratio

39. Future plans of the department

  • To developed a well equipped lab having Tissue Culture Facility, Molecular Lab, Microbiology Lab and Biochemistry Lab

  • Start M. Phil and Ph. D. Courses

  • The department intends to interact with local farmers to develop various varieties of agricultural products as per local conditions

  • To undertake research work on various agriculture related problems of the region




Post-accreditation Initiatives

The Government Thakur Ramat Singh College Rewa is one of the premier institutions of Madhya Pradesh having in its credit 'A' grade Assessment and Accreditation by National Assessment and Accreditation Council on January 2009. Since Its Accreditation the College has been conscious enough towards Quality assurance, Quality enhancement and Quality sustenance initiatives. The College has focused with best of its ability on self assessment and evaluating Its strength, weakness, and areas of improvement. The college has stressed the need of constant reforms having direct impact on teaching-learning, evaluation, research, infrastructural development and improvement in learning resources. The college has introduced reforms keeping in view of the holistic development of the students. The college has successfully ensured value-oriented system such as participation, transparency, team work, self reliance and equity.



The College successfully implemented quality assurance initiatives on 18 point vision document Program under Quality assurance year 2011-2012 and Quality extension year declared by the Department of Higher Education in 2012-2013. The details of compliance of the vision document are mentioned as under:-

  • Initiative for creating an inspiring and innovative ambience

  • Forestation.

  • Use of meritorious scholars in college development initiatives, organization of seminars and workshops

  • Assistance to weaker students

  • Organization of workshop on Duties Rights and Responsibilities

  • Cultural activities to inspire morality and Nationalism

  • Co-curricular/extra-curricular activities

  • Publication of E-News letter

  • Scheme to award the scholars having specific achievements to create an academic ambience.

  • Composition of "Pratibha Bank" to invite local talents to motivate the students to cultural, extra-curricular and academic activities at the local level.

  • Composition of social activity club to motivate the students towards community service and social responsibilities.

  • Red Cross, NSS, Red Ribbon Club to promote the students to community and extension activities.

  • Assistance for competitive exams.

  • Feedback system.

  • The quality initiatives implemented by the College has been compiled in The 'T.R.S.Falak' 2011-12 and 2012-13. The effort of the College was highly appreciated and commended by the Department of Higher education.

  • The IQAC Cell has been constituted by the College to monitors the quality initiatives and quality enhancement activities like organization of seminars, workshop and other innovative practices to elevate the standard of teaching-learning process. The IQAC conducted several programs to motivate quality as an initiative for creating an inspiring and innovative ambience.

  • The College has developed its mechanism to review, revise and amend curriculum to the extent it does not affect the curriculum prescribed by the Government.

  • The meeting of Board of Studies is held to review, revise and suggest amendments in the curriculum.

  • The Departments ensures to revise the syllabus on the recommendations and feedback of the members of 'Board of Studies.

The Institution has introduced several reforms in Teaching-learning and evaluation to make learning more effective, rewarding and evaluation system more transparent. Interactive instructional techniques motivating the students to creative thinking, investigation and research has been introduced in the College.

  • The student's enrolment process is on-line, centralized and administered by the Department of Higher Education. Students apply online for admission indicating the options of Colleges and choice of the course. After publication of the merit list by the Department of Higher Education the students are admitted through counseling. Several categories of the students are given due weightage in admission as per rules of the Department of higher education.

  • The college developed 18 well equipped master class rooms including two heritage lecture theatres to ensure the application of ICT resources in learning and to enrich the teaching-learning Process.

  • Innovative practices such as CCE, seminar, assignment, project work, quiz, group discussion, class room leaching, surprise tests are implemented in teaching-learning process to ensure 'interactive and participatory approach' creating a feeling of responsibility in learning and making the process interesting and rewarding.

  • The College conducted teacher's training program to motivate the teachers to ensure better teaching by application of ICT.

  • The College has efficient Faculty to handle the curriculum. The teachers of the college remain involved in organizing, attending seminars, workshops, presenting their research papers in the academic conferences at National/International level. Most of the teachers are involved in Publication of books, edited books, editorial boards of National/International Journals and other academic pursuits.

  • The College has developed a sound Internal and external evaluation system to access the student's performance and progression. The college has introduced double valuation system to ensure transparency in evaluation process.

The Institution has promoted and developed sound research culture in the College.

  • Research Co-ordination cell of the college monitors the research activities. The college publishes two national journals to motivate the research scholars to research.

  • Most of faculty members are associated with publication of their own National and International journals.

  • The faculty members of the college successfully completed one Major and 20 Minor research projects. 05 minor projects are ongoing in the College.

  • This Institution is a recognized research centre in 12 Disciplines with about 200 Research scholars enrolled under the faculty members who are research guides. 43 out of 49 faculty members posted in the college are research guides. M.Phil courses are offered in 13 subjects.

  • Consultancy Services are offered by the faculty members to other institutions and agencies if required. The faculty members of the college are actively involved in research activities.

  • The students are motivated to undertake in house projects and also in collaboration with National Institutions.

  • The students of the college participate in NSS, NCC, Redcross, Red ribbon club and represent the college at State and National level events, Community extension programs, health check up camps, blood donation camps and community awareness programs.

  • The students are sent for internship programs. Faculty members have attend on Job- training courses, faculty exchange programs, research publication and consultancy services.

  • The college conducted campus programs for the students to ensure employability. Several students have been benefitted with the initiative. A number of students have have been employed through in campus and of campus programs

The college has tried to improve infrastructure and learning resource to facilitate the students with better learning conditions.

  • The college has developed 18 master classrooms including 02 heritage class rooms. To ensure better sports infrastructure the college has constructed indoor sports complex, outdoor stadium, badminton hall, football ground, cricket ground, Woman's hostel, girl common room, toilet facilities for girls, woman and persons with physical disabilities, ramps etc.

  • The college has developed E-Research library with INFLIBNET and N-list program, open to access for the teachers and research scholars. Effort has been to enrich the library with reference books, journals, E-resources and contents, OPAC, Wi-fi, SWAN and LAN facility, Open source software and the like. Better library service is ensured for the students.

  • The college ensures better facilities for the students such as scholarships, freeship, free books and stationary, library services to provide easy access of the students for education.

  • Zero classes are arranged held at the commencement of every academic session to make the students aware of the support services made available such as financial assistance, library service, sports facilities & extra- curricular, co-curricular activities organized by the College. The Personality development cell organizes events on personality development to promote value education in the College.

  • The departments of the college invite experts to interact with the students.

  • The college has constituted parent-teacher cell, Grievance redressal cell, protection of woman from atrocities cell, committee on woman's human rights to ensure better facilities for the students.

  • The college organizes skill development programmes such as, Spoken English, Computer awareness, soft skill programmes such as Effective writing skill, Communication skill, Presentation skill, Group communication, Vocational skill.

  • The College publishes its updated prospectus, College guidelines, College magazine, E-News Letter and two National level journals to ensure academic motivation of the students.

  • The College ensures support service such as financial assistance in form of Post-matric scholarships, poor boys fund, books free of cost and free stationary, extra coaching classes and remedial teaching for pre-entry service, NET/SLET to the students.

  • The college has ensured effective Governance through the different cells and different committees composed for the purpose.

  • IQAC monitors the academic activities in the college. IQAC organizes seminars and workshops at the Institutional level.

Participatory administration and management have been ensured by delegating responsibilities and nominating the faculty members as Professor's in charge of different committees such AF committee, grievance redressal committee, anti ragging committee, discipline committee, students union, controller and deputy controller of cells, UGC, Autonomy, NCC, NSS, Red Cross, Red Ribbon Club, etc. shift superintendent of exams, assistant superintendent, observers etc.

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

  • The college has initiated programs in order to foster Global Competencies,

quest for excellence, and to inculcate value system. The college has introduced Moral education at UG level. Personality development cell organizes workshops on cultural heritage, role and relevance of the classics, Indian culture, Social ethics, and social responsibilities.

  • To ensure transparency and probity in finance, the funds utilized are audited regularly. The institution endeavors to develop eco-friendly campus.

  • The College has developed an excellent garden in the campus with variety of smelling flower plants, palm trees, medicinal plants, beautiful hedge, a fountain in the premises.

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

The College motivates the students for Energy conservation, Use of renewable energy, Water harvesting, Efforts for Carbon neutrality, Plantation, Hazardous waste management, and E-waste management.

  • As an initiative to promote the use of renewable energy resources the College has installed 20 solar devices in the campus to ensure better use of solar energy. College has developed a bio-diversity research centre, botanical garden to promote an eco-friendly campus.

The Institution has introduced several innovations during last 04 years which have created positive impact on the students and also on the smooth functioning of the College. The innovations are reflected in-

  • Teaching -learning and evaluation

  • Student's support services and progression

  • Community and extension activities

  • Research consultancy and extension

  • Improved Infrastructural facilities

If the College has already undergone the accreditation process by NAAC, please highlight the significant quality sustenance and enhancement measures undertaken during the last four years. The narrative may not exceed five pages.

Declaration by the Head of the Institution

I certify that that the data included in this Self-Study Report (SST) are true to the best of my knowledge.

This SSR is prepared by the institution after internal discussions, and no Part thereof has been outsourced.

I am aware that the peer team will validate the information provided in this SSR during the peer team visit.





Place:Rewa

Date: 15.01.2016

Certificate of Compliance

(Affiliated/ Constituent/Autonomous College and Recognized Institutions)

This is to certify that Government Thakur Ranamat Singh College fulfils all norms-



  1. Stipulated by the affiliating University and/ or

  2. Regulatory Council/Body [such as UGC, NCTE, AJCTE, MCI, DCI, BCI, etc.] and

  3. The affiliation and recognition [if applicable] is valid as on date.

In case the affiliation / recognition is conditional, then a detailed enclosure with regard to compliance of conditions by the institution will be sent.

It is noted that NAAC's accreditation. If granted, shall stand cancelled automatically, once the institution lose its University affiliation of recognition by the Regulatory Council, as the case may be.



In case the undertaking submitted by the institution is found to be false then the accreditation given by NACC is liable to be withdrawn. It is also agreeable that the undertaking given to NAAC will be displayed on the college website.



Date: Rewa

Place: 15.01.2016

Government Thakur Ranmat Singh College Rewa (M.P.) SSR for 2nd Cycle Accreditation by NAAC





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