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Criterion III: Research, Consultancy and Extension

  1. Number of teachers with Ph. D and their percentage to the total faculty strength

9 N0s 40%

  1. Does the Institution have ongoing research projects? Nil

If yes, provide the following details on the ongoing research projects Nil

Funding agency

Amount (Rs)

Duration (years)

Collaboration, if any

DST

Rs.20,000/Sem

Five

--

(Additional rows/columns may be inserted as per the requirement)

  1. Number of completed research projects during last three years. 1

  2. How does the institution motivate its teachers to take up research in education? (Mark for positive response and X for negative response)

1. Teachers are given study leave No

2. Teachers are provided with seed money No

3. Adjustment in teaching schedule No

4. Providing secretarial support and other facilities Nil

5. Any other specify and indicate Nil

6. Does the institution provide financial support to research scholars? Nil

7. Number of research degrees awarded during the last 5 years.

    1. Ph.D. 3

    2. M.Phil. 10

  1. Does the institution support student research projects (UG & PG)? No

  2. Details of the Publications by the faculty (Last five years)

Yes No Number

International journals

Yes

--

10

National journals – referred papers

Non referred papers

e-journals

Yes

--

30

Academic articles in reputed magazines/news papers

Yes

No

Nil

Books




No

Nil

Any other (specify and indicate)




No

Nil

Details of Research Publications

Name of the Faculty




International

National

Others

Dr.Yoginder singh

Peer Review journals

10

-

-

Non-Peer Review Journals

-

-

-

e-journals

05

-

-

Conference proceedings

1

12

10

Dr.R.Uma Devi

Peer Review journals

-

08

-

Non-Peer Review Journls

-

-

-

e-Journals

25

-

-

Books authored

02

-

-

Conference Proceedings

04

09

01



  1. Are there awards, recognition, patents etc received by the faculty? Yes

Number 1

  1. Number of papers presented by the faculty and students (during last five years): Faculty Students

National seminars 21 --

International seminars 4 --

Any other academic forum -- --


  1. What types of instructional materials have been developed by the institution?

(Mark `’ for yes and `X’ for No.)

Self-instructional materials Yes

Print materials Yes

Non-print materials (e.g. TeachingAids/audio-visual, multimedia, etc.) Yes

Digitalized (Computer aided instructional materials) Yes

Question bank Yes

Any other (specify and indicate) ---

  1. Does the institution have a designated person for extension activities? Yes

If yes, indicate the nature of the post.

Full-time Nil Part-time Yes Additional charge Yes



  1. Are there NSS and NCC programmes in the institution? Yes

SERVICE WINGS



NSS UNIT




The National Service Scheme has been in operation since 1973-74, initially with enrollment of 50 volunteers. Subsequently the strength was enhanced to 100 volunteers in the year 1986-87. The NSS Officer organizes the Regular Activities every week-end and a Special camp is held once in a year. At the special camp, the volunteers take active part in renovating/revamping the adopted village every year. Regular activities include campus cleaning, maintainance of adopted village, awareness programme on HIV, Leporsy, Malaria, Dengue and other communicable diseases. The NSS unit conducted seminars and orientation programme for the volunteers.
They also have cultural feast in the evenings. The volunteers gain awareness of the local socio-economic conditions. The participants are issued Participation Certificates on completion of 240 hours in Regular Activities and one special camp. A student thus enrolling as a volunteer in the NSS has the chance of developing his personality at the end of the year.

Besides regular activities the unit organized programmes on Communal harmony for bringing awareness about the importance of all religion and peaceful living.

NSS volunteers attended one day seminar on Life skill strategy and management conducted by Regional coordinator and State Liaison officer of Puducherry on 23rd March 2013. Some volunteers also went to visit Borra Caves near Vizag along with Programme Officer as a heritage trip on 24th March 2013.



NCC
The National Cadet Corps is in operation since 1981-82, with enrollment of 50 cadets. One of the staff members has been trained as NCC Officer and as 2 Lieutenant for Army Wing. NCC wing of this college gives training and conducts camps for the cadets. The cadets are issued a certificate based on their performance. They participate in Independence day and Republic day parades in this region.


  1. Are there any other outreach programmes provided by the institution? No

  1. Number of other curricular/co-curricular meets organized by other academic agencies/NGOs on Campus Nil




  1. Does the institution provide consultancy services? No


In case of paid consultancy what is the net amount generated during last three years. --- 17. Does the institution have networking/linkage with other institutions/ organizations?


Local level

Nil

State level

Nil

National level

Nil

International level

Nil



Criterion IV: Infrastructure and Learning Resources

  1. Built-up Area (in sq. mts.)

  1. Are the following laboratories been established as per NCTE Norms?

a) Methods lab Yes

b) Psychology lab Nil

c) Science Lab(s) Yes

d) Education Technology lab Nil

e) Computer lab Yes

f) Workshop for preparing

teaching aids Yes



  1. How many Computer terminals are available with the institution? WiFi,Internet, BSNL 40 Nos

  2. What is the Budget allotted for computers (purchase and maintenance) during the previous academic year? 5,00,000

UGC Merged Schemes XI and XII Plan Funds used to purchase computers, LCD, Scanners, tablets, pen scanner etc.

  1. What is the Amount spent on maintenance of computer facilities during the previous academic year? 1 Lakh

Contingency amount utilized from UGC Funds XI and XII plan

    1. What is the Amount spent on maintenance and upgrading of laboratory facilities during the previous academic year? 4 Lakhs

UGC XI and XII funds merged scheme available in the college

    1. What is the Budget allocated for campus expansion (building) and upkeep for the current academic session/financial year? 2.5 Lakhs

    2. Has the institution developed computer-aided learning packages? Yes

    3. Total number of posts sanctioned

Category

Open

Reserved




M

F

M

F

Teaching

11

4

5

4

Non-Teaching

3

--

2

1

Teaching faculty:

Associate Professors - 12

Assistant Professors - 13

Assistant Professors (Casual Basis) - 02

College Librarian - 01(Vacant)

Director of Physical Education - 01(Vacant)
Non-Teaching staff

Superintendent 01

Assistant 01

Upper Divisional Clerk 02

Stenographer (Gr. III) 01 (Daily Rated)

Store Keeper (Gr. III) 01

Driver (Gr. III) 01

Group – D Staff: 07




    1. Total number of posts vacant

      Category

      Open

      Reserved




      M

      F

      M

      F

      Teaching

      2

      --

      --

      --

      Non-Teaching

      --

      --

      --

      --

    2. a. Number of regular and permanent teachers : Open Reserved

(Gender-wise)

Category

Open

Reserved

M

F

M

F

Assistant Prof

5

7

2

1

Associate Professor

10

2

1

1

Professor

--

--

--

--

b. Number of temporary/ad-hoc/part-time teachers (Gender-wise)

Open Reserved

Category

Open

Reserved

M

F

M

F

Assistant Prof

1

1

--

--

Associate Professor

--

--

--

--

Professor

--

--

--

--

c. Number of teachers from Same state 15

Other states 9 Total 24



  1. Teacher- student ratio (program-wise)

    S. No.

    Programme/ Course

    Teacher/ student ratio

    1

    B. Com.

    1:20

    2

    B. A. (Economics)

    1:30

    3

    B. Sc. Chemistry

    1:12

    4

    B. Sc. Computer Science

    1:9

    5

    B. Sc. Mathematics

    1:14

    6

    B. Sc. Physics

    1:7

    7

    B. Sc. Zoology

    1:9

    8

    M.A. Economics




    9

    M.Com.




  2. a. Non-teaching staff:

Category

Open

Reserved

M

F

M

F

a.Non-Teaching Staff

Permanent

2

--

--

--

Temporary

7

--

2

5

b.Technical Assistants

Permanent

2

--

--

--

Temporary

7

--

2

5

  1. Ratio of Teaching – non-teaching staff 27:14 (2:1)

  2. Amount spent on the salaries of teaching faculty during the previous academic session (% of total expenditure):

  3. Is there an advisory committee for the library? Yes

  4. Working hours of the Library

On working days 2 hrs a day

On holidays ---

During examinations 2 hrs a day

  1. Does the library have an Open access facility Yes

  1. Total collection of the following in the library 25,026 volumes

  2. The college has a good library with over 25,000 volumes on its accession list. This year, 14,471 outdated Text books were discarded. With UGC funds the college is able to add new books. The library has a reference room with many general knowledge books and PG reference books. 9 newspapers and 15 magazines and 6 periodicals in three languages are subscribed. 13 journals covering all disciplines are also subscribed for.



a. Books

- Textbooks 25,000

- Reference books Many general knowledge Books and PG reference books

b. Magazines 9-News papers +15Magazines

e. Journals subscribed

- Indian journals Nil

- Foreign journals Nil

f. Peer reviewed journals 6- periodicals

g. Back volumes of journals 13 -journals

h. E-information resources Nil

- Online journals/e-journals Nil

- CDs/ DVDs Nil

- Databases Nil

- Video Cassettes Nil

- Audio Cassettes Nil

  1. Mention the

Total carpet area of the Library (in sq. mts.)

Seating capacity of the Reading room

  1. Status of automation of Library

Yet to automate No

Partially automated Yes

Fully automated No

  1. Which of the following services/facilities are provided in the library?

Circulation Yes

Clipping Yes

Bibliographic compilation Yes

Reference Yes

Information display and notification Yes

Book Bank Yes

Photocopying Yes

Computer and Printer Yes

Internet Yes

Online access facility Yes

Inter-library borrowing No

Power back up Yes

User orientation /information literacy --

Any other (please specify and indicate) --

  1. Are students allowed to retain books for examinations? Yes

  2. Furnish information on the following Subject to Necessity from the student circle

Average number of books issued/returned per day 100/day

Maximum number of days books are permitted to be retained

by students 15 days

by faculty 3 months

Maximum number of books permitted for issue for students 2

for faculty 10

Average number of users who visited/consulted per month 5000/m

Ratio of library books (excluding textbooks and book bank

facility)to the number of students enrolled 25000/150

  1. What is the percentage of library budget in relation to total budget of the institution? 20%

  2. Provide the number of books/ journals/ periodicals that have been added to the library during the last three years and their cost.

  1. The library has been well equipped with 25,026 volumes of different subjects to cater the needs of student as well as teaching community. Year by year the recent and revised editions are being procured utilizing the Government and UGC funds.






SI.No

Subject

No. of Books

Cost in Rs.

1.

English Language & Literature

1,100

  54,454

2.

English Fiction

832

  32,643

3.

Telugu Language & Literature

1,809

   46,364

4.

Telugu Fiction

1,250

   23,578

5.

Hindi Language, Literature & Fiction

743

   25,517

6.

Economics

2,264

3,10,388

7.

Political Science

687

   30,229

8.

History

656

   37,500

9.

Maps (Historical, Political etc.)

52

        696

10.

Commerce including Management

2,526

3,87,103

11

Geography

97

     3,150

12.

Statistics

336

   41,238

13

Law

464

   49,742

14.

Mathematics

1,767

1,90,391

15

Physics

927

1,18,251

16

Chemistry

1,642

2,91,685

17

Biology

802

1,65,112

18

Botany

682

   78,544

19.

Zoology

857

1,42,148

20.

Computer Science

1,509

3,51,432

21.

French Language & Literature

11

    1,618

22.

Reference Books

560

1,14,594

23.

Other Subjects

2,428

1,72,564

24.

Govt. Publications

88

         -- --

25.

Bound Periodicals

940

   67,868




Total

25,026

27,36,809




Criterion V: Student Support and Progression

      1. Programme wise “dropout rate” for the last three batches

Programmes

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

UG










Chemistry

5

9

--

Computer Science

--

--

--

Mathematics

3

1

--

Physics

10

8

--

Zoology

1

3

--

B.A. Economics

4

3

--

M.A. Economics

--

1

---

B.Com

8

5

--

M.Com

--

2

--




      1. Does the Institution have the tutor-ward/or any similar mentoring system? Yes

If yes, how many students are under the care of a mentor/tutor? 5 students


      1. Does the institution offer Remedial instruction? Yes

      2. Does the institution offer Bridge courses? Yes

      3. Examination Results during past three years (provide year wise data)






UG

PG

M. Phil




I

II

III

I

II

III

I

II

III

Pass percentage

40

50

70

50

70

--

-

-

-

Number of first classes

--

--

50%

--

--

--

-

-

-

Number of distinctions

--

--

--




--

--

-

-

-

Exemplary performances

(Gold Medal and university ranks)



--

--

4

--

1

--

-

-

-



      1. Number of students who have passed competitive examinations during the last three years (provide year wise data)

NET, SLET/SET Any other (specify and indicate) Nil

      1. Mention the number of students who have received financial aid during the past three years.

Financial Aid

I

II

III

Merit Scholarship

Nil

Nil

Nil

Merit-cum-means scholarship

5

5

5

Fee concession

Nil

Nil

Nil

Loan facilities

Nil

Nil

Nil

Any other specify and indicate

Nil

Nil

Nil

(Additional rows may be inserted as per requirement)

      1. Is there a Health Centre available in the campus of the institution? No

      2. Does the institution provide Residential accommodation for:

Faculty No

Non-teaching staff No

      1. Does the institution provide Hostel facility for its students? No

If yes, number of students residing in hostels

Men -- --

Women -- --

      1. Does the institution provide indoor and outdoor sports facilities?

Sports fields Yes

Indoor sports facilities Yes

Gymnasium Yes

      1. Availability of rest rooms for Women Yes

      2. Availability of rest rooms for men Yes

      3. Is there transport facility available? No

      4. Does the Institution obtain feedback from students on their campus experience? Yes

      5. Give information on the Cultural Events (Last year data) in which the institution participated/organised.




Organised

Participated




Yes

No

Number

Yes

No

Number

Inter-collegiate

--

--

--

--

--

--

Inter-university

--

--

--

--

--

--

National

--

--

--

--

--

--

Any other (specify and indicate)

--

--

--

--

--

--

(Excluding college day celebration)

  1. Give details of the participation of students during the past year at the university, state, regional, national and international sports meets.






Participation of students

(Numbers)

Outcome

(Medal achievers)




State

Nil (One?)

Nil




Regional

Nil

Nil




National

1








International

Nil

Nil

Achievements

Year

Event / Game

Level

Place /Rank

2008-09

Ball Badmiton

Inter collegiate

  Winners

2008-09

Athletics (200 mts)

Inter collegiate

 Gold Medal

2008-09

Athletics (100 mts)

Inter collegiate

 Silver Medal

2009-10

4x100 mts  Relay

Inter collegiate

 BronzeMedal

***(The above two columns to be merged—the number of students to be mentioned)

  1. Does the institution have an active Alumni Association? Yes

If yes, give the year of establishment Year

Dept. of Chemistry:

Dept. of Commerce:

Dept. of Mathematics:

Dept. of Zoology:

Dept. of Economics:

 

The Dept. of Chemistry:

1.Ravi Krishna Chebolu (1988-91 batch)
(i) Director- Strategic Marketing & Business Devpt. Agilent Technologies (US based Company) Bangolore; March 2009 – Till date.
(ii) General Manager – GVK Biosciences Pvt., Ltd., Hyderabad; May 2005- February 2009.
E-mail: chebravi@yahoo.com

2. Subhas C. Jonnalagadda (1995-1998 batch).
Assistant Professor – Dept. of Chemistry & Biochemistry, Rowan University, New Jersey, US; 2008 – Till date. 
E-mail: jonnalagadda@rowan.edu

The Dept. of Commerce:

S.No.

Batch

Name

Designation

Office/Firm

country

1.

1981-1984

Y.Jaya Sankar

Stock Broker

Stock Exchange, Hyderabad

India

2.

 

Ch.Rama Rao

Vice President

Finance CorporateService, Appolo&Life Style Ltd. Hyd.

 

India


3.

1984-1987

Pydikondala Raja Babu

Head, Business Centre

National Insurance Corporation,Yanam

India

4.

1984-1987

N. Veerabhedra Rao

Asstt. Branch Manager

Andhra Bank
Injaram

India

 

5.


 

1987-1990

 

 


C.V.Ramana Rao, Mobile:9000557788, cheboluram@yahoo.com

 

Charted Accountant

Finance, Apollo Health & Life style Ltd.

 


 

Hyderabad



 

India


6.

1995-1998

G. Sudhakar

Software Consultant

IBM

USA

The Dept. of Mathematics:

S.No.

Batch

Name

Designation

Office/Firm

country

1.

1988-1991

P.Subba Rao

Vice President

Bank of New York

USA

2.

    ``

MKR Kiran

Sr.Manqager

WIPRO

India

3.

    ``

P.Venkanna Babu

      ``

 

UK

4.

1989-1992

KVV Satyanarayana

Director

EPIANIC
Bangalore

India

5.

  ``

C.Lazor Rao

Sr, Manager

L&T
Chennai

India

6.

1992-1995

D.Ravi Babu

Sr.Project Manager

HCL,Techinics
Chennai

India

7.

   ``

S A Rehman

Sr. Manager

IBM

Portuguese

8.

1993-1996 

Md. Abdul Subham

Consultant

SAP
Paris

France

9.

 


1993-1996

GHK Verma

 


Sr. Manager

 


HP Technologies

USA

 


10.

  ``

Bh N V Ramsyam

Project Manager

WIPRO

USA

11.

1994-1997

A. Bhemeswara Rao

Sr. Manager

Thomson Reuter
Bangalore

India

12.

1998-2001

U S Tataji

Sr.System Analyst

Thomson Reuter
Bangalore

India













The Dept. of Zoology:

S.No

Batch

Name

Designation

Office/Firm

Country

1.

1980-1983

M R K. Raju

Depty. Superintendent
Of Police

Janga Reddy Gudem, West Godavari Dt.

India

2.

1986-89

P. Meera Saheb

Assistant Director

Dept. of Fisheries, Yanam.

India

3.

1990-93

Gontayya

Fisheries Development Officer

Dept. of Fisheries

Yanam


India

4.

1996-1999

Dr.Vemuluri Venkata Ramana

Scientist B

Microbial Culture Collection

NCCS, Dept of Biotechnology,DBT, Government of India



India

The Department of Economics:

S.No.

Batch

Name & Contact No.

Designation

Office/Firm

country

1.

1977-1980

A. Prabhakara Rao

Depty. Superintendent of Police

Dept. of Police
Rajahmundry

India

2.

1983-1986

G. Shiva Ganesh

Circle Inspector of Police.

Dept. of Police
YANAM

 

India


3.

1991-1993

Dr.Kamidi Prasad

Asst Prof. of Economics

Dr.S.R.K.G.Arts College,Yanam

India

 

  1. Does the institution have a Student Association/Council? Yes

  2. Does the institution regularly publish a college magazine? Yes

    1. Does the institution publish its updated prospectus annually? Yes

  1. Give the details on the progression of the students to employment/further study (Give percentage) for last three years




Year 1

(%)

Year 2

(%)

Year 3

(%)

Higher studies

Nil

Nil

Nil

Employment (Total)

Nil

Nil

Nil

Teaching

Non teaching

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil



  1. Is there a placement cell in the institution? Yes

If yes, how many students were employed through placement cell during the past three years.

1

2

3

NIL

NIL

NIL



  1. Does the institution provide the following guidance and counselling services to students?

  • Academic guidance and Counseling Yes

  • Personal Counseling Yes

  • Career Counseling Yes

Criterion VI: Governance and Leadership

        1. Does the institution have a functional Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) or any other similar body/committee Yes

        2. Frequency of meetings of Academic and Administrative Bodies: (last year)

          Governing Body/management

          Once

          Staff council

          At least once in a month

          IQAC/or any other similar body/committee

          Yes

          Internal Administrative Bodies contributing to quality improvement of the institutional processes. (mention only for three most important bodies)

          Yes

          IQAC,NAAC,UGC

        3. What are the Welfare Schemes available for the teaching and non-teaching staff of the institution?

Loan facility Yes

Medical assistance Yes

Insurance Yes

Other (specify and indicate) --

        1. Number of career development programmes made available for non-teaching staff during the last three years Nil

        2. Furnish the following details for the past three years

a. Number of teachers who have availed the Faculty Improvement

Program of the UGC/NCTE or any other recognized

Organization One

b. Number of teachers who were sponsored for professional development programmes by the institution

National Nil

International Nil

c. Number of faculty development programmes organized by the Institution: Nil

d. Number of Seminars/ workshops/symposia on Curricular development, Teaching- learning, Assessment, etc. organised by the institution

Departmental Seminars 10

National Seminars 2

International Seminars 0

e. Research development programmes attended by the faculty Nil

f. Invited/endowment lectures at the institution 10

Any other area (specify the programme and indicate) Nil

How does the institution monitor the performance of the teaching and non-teaching staff?

a. Self-appraisal Yes

b. Student assessment of faculty performance Yes

c. Expert assessment of faculty performance Yes

d. Combination of one or more of the above Yes e. Any other (specify and indicate)

f. Interaction of faculty with students and faculty with other departments

          1. Are the faculty assigned additional administrative work? Yes

If yes, give the number of hours spent by the faculty per week 5-7 Hours/week

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