DR. R. Sundaram



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UGC SCHEMES





The UGC has approved this college under 2 (f) and 12 (b) during 1984-85, since then it sanctions various schemes and funds towards the college development in addition to the government sanctions. During the eleventh plan period (2007-2012), 11 schemes were approved by UGC under merged schemes and funds were allocated and sanctioned. The following schemes are presently in active operation under the supervision of the coordinators/Advisors:

Scheme No.

                Scheme

Coordinator/Advisor

3

Colleges located in Rural/Remote/ Border/ Hill/ Tribal Areas

Tmt S. Krishnaveni, Asst. Professor

4

Colleges with relatively higher proportion of SC/ST/OBC & Minorities

DR.R.SUNDARAM.PRINCIPAL

5

Enhancement of Intake Capacity in College

DR,R.SUNDARAM,PRINCIPAL

7

Colleges in Backward Area

Dr.R.SUNDARAM,PRINCIPAL

8

Establishment of UGC Net Work 
Resource Centre

Mr. Kola Surya Prakash,
Assistant Professor

9

Equal Opportunity Centre

Dr. Atulya Bhoi,
Assistant Professor

10

Remedial Coaching for SC/ST/OBC(Non creamy layer)& Minorities

Dr.B.Raghunatha Chari,
Associate Professor.

11

Coaching for NET for SC/ST/OBC(Non creamy layer) & Minorities

Mr T.Mutyalu 
Assistant Professor.

12

Coaching classes  for entry in services for SC/ST/OBC(Non creamy layer)& Minorities

Dr. R.Uma Devi,
Assistant Professor.

14

Career and Counseling Cell

Tmt. B. Jyothi 
Assistant Professor.

 

The following teaching faculties of this college are assigned the duties of Co-ordinators for various academic activities:



Sl N0

Name and designation of the Teaching faculty

Co-ordinator Responsibility

1.

Dr.Kadem Ramudu

Associate Professor of Zoology



NAAC accreditation

2.

Dr.Daneswar Prasad

Associate Professor of Mathematics



IQAC UGC-NAAC

3.

Mr.Kola Surya Prakash

Assistant Professor of Computer Science



Web Manager (College)

4.

Tmt.Sri Devi

Assistant Professor of Commerce



UGC Funds (General and Merged scheme)

5.

Tmt. B.Jyothi

Assistant Professor of Computer Science



ID Card, ICT and Career Guidance and Counseling

6.

Tmt. Uma Devi

Assistant Professor of Commerce



Service entry coaching class (UGC)

7.

Thiru Mutyalu

Assistant Professor of Economics



NET coaching class (UGC)

The Planning Board of this institution has been constituted with the following members:



Sl N0

Name and designation of the Teaching faculty

Co-ordinator Responsibility

1.

Dr.R. Sundaram

Chairman

2.

Dr.Daneswar Prasad

Associate Professor of Mathematics IQAC Co-ordinator



IQAC UGC-NAAC

3.

Dr.Kadem Ramudu

Associate Professor of Zoology NAAC Co-ordinator



Member

4.

Tmt. B.Jyothi

Assistant Professor of Computer Science



Member

5.

Tmt. V.Sri Devi

Assistant Professor of Commerce UGC Funds Co-ordinator



Member



          1. Provide the income received under various heads of the account by the institution for previous academic session Enclosed above.

          2. Expenditure statement (for last two years):

Statement showing the expenditure particulars incurred for the month of MARCH,2013 under PLAN and NON-PLAN head of accounts in respect of this college.

Head of Account each Sub-head wise

RE

Expenditure up to previous month

Expenditure during 03/2013

Progressive Total

2012-13

2202-A General Education-A.03 University

& Other Higher Education-103-Govt.Colleges

&Institutions-103 (16)-Development of Govt.Arts Colleges,Yanam (PLAN)


1

SALARIES

0

0

0

0

2

WAGES

0

0

0

0

11

DOMESTIC T.E

0

0

0

0

13

0.E

1,72,000

1,68,275

3,414

1,71,689

21

S&M

0

0




0

50

0.C.S

1,53,000

1,52,572




1,52,572

52

OC

75,000

75,000




75,000

30

M&E

27,000

26,155




26,155




TOTAL

4,27,000

4,22,002

3,414

4,25,416

2202-General Education-A.03 University

& Other Higher Education-103 (9) govt.Degree College, Yanam- (NON-PLAN)



1

SALARIES

2,38,50,000

2,35,96,505

2,50,437

2,38,46,942

2

WAGES

46,75,000

46,71,396

0

46,71,395

11

DOMESTIC T.E

86,000

8956

76,798

85,754

13

0.E

4,80,000

4,38,873

41,050

4,79,923

21

S&M

3,08,000

1,15,088

1,92,912

3,08,000

50

O.C

69,000

0

68,431

68,431




TOTAL

2,94,68,000

2,88,30,818

6,29,628

2,94,60,446

Note. Reconciled upto 02/2013


Statement showing the expenditure particulars incurred for the month of MARCH,2014 under PLAN and NON-PLAN head of accounts in respect of this college.

Head of Account each Sub-head wise

RE

Expenditure up to previous month

Expenditure during 03/2014

Progressive Total

Percentage

2013-14

2202-A General Education-A.03 University

& Other Higher Education-103-Govt.Colleges



&Institutions-103 (16)-Development of Govt.Arts Colleges,Yanam (PLAN)




1

SALARIES

0

0

0

0




2

WAGES

0

0

0

0




11

DOMESTIC T.E

0

0

0

0




13

0.E

1,24,000

1,19,469

700

1,20,169

96.91

21

S&M

1,84,000

1,56,030

0

1,56,030

84.80

50

0.C.S

84,000

0

0

0

0.00

52

OC

50,000

47,000

0

0

94.00

30

M&E

35,000

34,363

0

34,363

98.18




TOTAL

4,77,000

3,60,014

700

3,60,014

75.47

2202-General Education-A.03 University

& Other Higher Education-103 (9) govt.Degree College, Yanam- (NON-PLAN) R.E 2013-14



1

SALARIES

2,81,00,000

2,76,04,463

4,87,404

2,80,91,867

99.97

2

WAGES

21,25,000

20,90,750

0

20,90,750

98.39

11

DOMESTIC T.E

33,000

24,637

0

24,637

74.66

13

0.E

7,60,000

7,51,010

8,766

7,59,776

99.97

21

S&M

5,75,000

5,74,937

0

5,74,937

99.99

50

O.C

2,00,000

49,660

1,29,306

1,78,966

89.48

51

M.V

0

0

0

0

0




TOTAL

3,17,93,000

3,10,95,457

6,25,476

3,17,20,933

99.77

Note. Reconciled upto 02/2014





            1. Specify the institution’s surplus/deficit budget during the last three years(specify the amount in the applicable boxes given below):


Surplus in Rs. Nil Deficit in Rs. Nil


            1. Is there an internal financial audit mechanism? Yes

12. Is there an external financial audit mechanism? Yes

              1. ICT/Technology supported activities/units of the institution:

Administration Yes

Finance Yes

Student Records Yes

Career Counselling Yes

Aptitude Testing Yes

Examinations/Evaluation/ Yes

Assessment Yes

Any other (specify and indicate) --

Audio/Visual teaching-learning activity Yes

              1. Does the institution have an efficient internal co-ordinating and monitoring mechanism? Yes

                1. Does the institution have an inbuilt mechanism to check the work efficiency of the non-teaching staff? Yes

                2. Are all the decisions taken by the institution during the last three years approved by a competent authority? Yes

                3. Does the institution have the freedom and the resources to appoint and pay temporary/ ad hoc / guest teaching staff? Yes

                4. Is a grievance redressal mechanism in vogue in the institution?

a) for teachers Yes

b) for students Yes

c) for non - teaching staff Yes

  1. Are there any ongoing legal disputes pertaining to the institution? NO

  2. Has the institution adopted any mechanism/process for internal academic audit/quality checks? Yes

  1. Is the institution sensitised to modern managerial concepts such as strategic planning, teamwork, decision-making, computerisation and TQM? Yes

Criterion VII: Innovative Practices

    1. Does the institution have an established Internal Quality Assurance Mechanism ? Yes




    1. Do students participate in the Quality Enhancement of the Institution? Yes




    1. What is the percentage of the following student categories in the institution? 2014-15







Category

Men

%

Women

%

a

SC

33

16

36

18

b

ST

--

--

--

--

c

OBC

42

21

52

25

d

Physically challenged

--

--

--

--

e

General Category

37

19

84

41

f

Rural

196

49

204

51

g

Urban

--

--

--

--

h

Any other

( specify) Others

84

43

32

16




    1. What is the percentage of the staff in the following category?







Category

Teaching staff

%

Non-teaching staff

%

a

SC

5

20

2

8

b

ST

--

--

--

--

c

OBC

16

64

5

20

d

Women

9

36

1

4

e

Physically challenged

--

--

--

--

f

General Category

7

28

2

8

g

Any other

( specify)

--

--

--

--


5. What is the percentage incremental academic growth of the students for the last two batches? 2013-14, 2014-15

2013-14




Category

Men

%

Women

%

a

SC

17

20

14

24

b

ST

--

--

--

--

c

OBC

34

40

28

47

d

Physically challenged

--

--

--

--

e

General Category

13

15

17




f

Rural

64

52

59

48

g

Urban

--

--

--

--

h

Any other

( specify) Others

--

--

--

--


2014-15





Category

Men

%

Women

%

a

SC

33

16

36

18

b

ST

--

--

--

--

c

OBC

42

21

52

25

d

Physically challenged

--

--

--

--

e

General Category

37

19

84

41

f

Rural

196

49

204

51

g

Urban

--

--

--

--

h

Any other

( specify) Others

84

43

32

16

PROFILE OF THE DEPARTMENTS


DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY

Sl.No

Staff Name

Qualifications

Designation

1

Thiru. R.V.V.Satyanarayana

M.Sc, M. Phil.

Associate Professor& HOD

2

Dr. D. Santi Kumar

M.Sc., Ph.D.

Associate Professor

3

Dr. D. Paul Babu

M.Sc.,Ph.D

Associate Professor

Department of Chemistry was started in the academic year 1980-81 with an initial sanctioned strength of 12 students, subsequently enhanced to 16 and from the Academic year 2010-11, it has been enhanced to 20 to meet the increasing demand for the course.




In First year, the students study:



Semester – I

1.Telugu-1/Hindi-1

2.English -1

Semester – II

1.Telugu –II/Hindi –II

2English –II

3.Inorganic Chemistry – I

3.Inorganic Chemistry –II

4.Organic Chemistry – I

4.Physical Chemistry – I

5.Allied Mathematics – I

5.Allied Mathematics – II

6.Main Practical-I (Analytical Techniques)

6.Main Practical-II (Inorganic Qualitative Analysis)


In Second year:


Semester –III

1.Telugu-III

2.Eglish –III

Semester –IV

1.Telugu-IV

2.English-IV


3.Analytical Chemistry –I

3.Analytical Chemistry – I

4.Organic Chemistry – II

4.Physical Chemistry – II

5.Allied Physics – I

5.Allied Physics - II

6.Main Practical – III (Volumetric Analysis)

6.Main Practical-IV

Applied Analysis practical- IV 7.Allied Physics Practical



In Third Year:



Semester – V

Semester – VI

1.Inorganic Chemistry – III

1.Inorganic Chemistry –IV

2.Organic Chemistry – III

2.Organic Chemistry – IV

3.Physical Chemistry – III

3.Physical Chemistry - IV

4.Environmental Chemistry – III

4.Environmental Chemistry-IV

5.Main Practical – V(Gravimetric & Inorganic Preparation)

5.Main Pratical –VII Physical Chemistry

6.Main Practical – VI Organic Qualitative Analysis & Organic Preparation

6.MainPractical–VIII Instrumental Methods of Analysis

The Staff and Students effectively utilize software packages like Chem Sketch, MDL ISIS Draw and Chem Draw for drawing and visualizing molecules in three dimensions as well. The products of this Department are well-placed in the fields of R&D Industry as well as in Academic positions. Some of them have been University Examination toppers and secured Gold medals.



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