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Scholarship


Financial Year

Name of Scholarship



Gaon ki beti

Pratibha Kiran

Vikramadyta

Defferently abled

M.P.Govt. Bhawan Karmkar Mandal

Scholarship for children of bidi shramik

Post Matric


Aawas Sahayata Yojana

Dr.Shayama Prasad Mukharjee Scholarship

ST

SC

OBC

ST

SC



2012-13


No. of Beneciaries

149

5

2

11

10

13

47

229

653

-

-

-

Amount

745000

25000

1736

Related to Director social justice and jila panchayal Narsinghpur

17000

Related to Medical Officer Labor Ministry govt of india

251540


1320330


2195390

-

-

-

2013-14

No. of Beneciaries

152

10

3

7

38

20

54

182

592

2

12

-

Amount

76000

50000

2439

Related to Director social justice and jila panchayal Narsinghpur

73000

Related to Medical Officer Labor Ministry govt of india

362069

1310651

1718741

Related to tribal welfare Department

-

2014-15

No. of Beneciaries

171

23

6

4

59

11

44

174

295

1

26

20

Amount

855000

115000

8028

Related to Director social justice and jila panchayal Narsinghpur

137500

Related to Medical Officer Labor Ministry govt of india

262459

1058775

891170

Related to tribal welfare Department Narsinghpur Branch

Related to tribal welfare Department

Narsinghpur

Branch

5.1.3 What percentage of students receive financial assistance from state government, central government and other national agencies?



Taking into account number of students admitted each year (in the last four years) and the number of students benefitted by the various scholarships in the corresponding years, about 80% of the students receive benefit of the above accounted scholarships.

5.1.4 What are the specific support services/facilities available for


Students from SC/ST, OBC and economically weaker sections √
Students with physical disabilities √
Overseas students
Students to participate in various competitions/National and International √
Apart from the above recorded scholarships provided by the government, the library provides free reading and stationery material for SC/ST students.
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Medical assistance to students: health centre, health insurance etc. :-The College Provides Facility for First aid and primary health care to students getting indis posed during college hour.students are covered under the govt.health insurance scheme.


Organizing coaching classes for competitive exams :-The Students more Particularly the final year students of UG Classes and PG Classes are motivated to take various types of competitive exams .They are guided regarding choice of subjects ,study materials.
Skill development (spoken English, computer literacy, etc.,):- The College organizes workshops regarding various types of skil development e.g.Mobile Repairing Workshop, Television repairing workshop,computer hardware workshop and food processing workshop.

UG Students are expose to Computer facility in Course of fulfillment of their six semester syllabus.

Students are motivated to improve their communication skil in English as well as hindi through special

Support for “slow learners”


Exposures of students to other institution of higher learning/ corporate/business house etc.
Publication of student magazines
5.1.5 Describe the efforts made by the institution to facilitate entrepreneurial skills, among the students and the impact of the efforts.

To facilitate entrepreneurial skills among the students all the final semester students of U.G. and P.G. are assigned a job oriented project for which they have to undergo an internship in some organization and institution.

Besides lectures on the job opportunities and the required qualifications for them, job trainings for the skills required for them are also organized. Training on soft skills, basic computer literacy, job skills is also imparted to the students to instill entrepreneurial skills in them. Emphasis is laid on self-employment and hence training in fruit/food preservation is given to the students. Some of our students have set up individual entrepreneurial units.


5.1.6 Enumerate the policies and strategies of the institution which promote participation of students in extracurricular and co- curricular activities such as sports, games, Quiz competitions, debate and discussions, cultural activities etc.

Youth Festival is organized every year in which Quiz competition, debate, Essay writing, folk dance, folk music, classical music, rangoli, drama events takes place at college level and district level. Selected students take part in Youth festival organized at division level and state level.


Higher Education Department of M.P. issues a time table to organize various games at different levels. According to the Sports calendar Basketball, Volleyball, Table Tennis, Badminton, Athletics, Chess, Yoga, Judo, Kabaddi events are organized. Also, the college organizes most of the district level games .NSS cadets get exposure in extracurricular and co-curricular activities at their place of camp.

∗ additional academic support, flexibility in examinations


∗ special dietary requirements, sports uniform and materials
∗ any other
A Cultural calendar and a Sports calendar is prepared every year by the State Govt. and the college implements it by organizing sports and cultural activities in accordance with it. Students of the college are encouraged to participate in the District, Division, State and Inter University tournaments in most of the events. The college too organizes district level tournaments. It provides T.A., D.A. refreshment and sports kit to the students. College Provides sports facilities for table-tennis ,badminton, gym, Yoga classes. students practice before they participate in tournaments.

Apart from sports, college also encourages its students to participate in Youth Festival Programmes. Youth Festival organizing committees are formed in the college to organize various events and select the students to participate in them.

All those who represent the college team in the district, division, state level tournaments are provided uniform. During practice sessions and matches, milk and energy drinks are provided to the students. Free medicines are also made available to the injured players.

In charge Professors for all the events are appointed to conduct the selection process and to accompany the students to participate in the events which are held in other places.

5.1.7 Enumerating on the support and guidance provided to the students in preparing for the competitive exams, give details on the number of students appeared and qualified in various competitive exams such as UGC-CSIR- NET, UGC-NET, SLET, ATE / CAT / GRE / TOFEL / GMAT / Central /State services, Defense, Civil Services, etc.

Vivekananda Career and Guidance Cell regularly invites eminent persons and experts and organizes their lectures to provide guidance to the students to prepare for various competitive examinations. Many magazines on competitive examinations are subscribed and made available in the reading room of the library to be used by the students who are preparing for competitive examinations.


5.1.8 What type of counseling services are made available to the students (academic, personal, career, psycho-social etc.)

Counseling services of various types are provided to the students through different committees and cells functioning in the college. Academic counseling is provided to the students by the subject teachers. Subject teachers counsel the students about the selection of subjects, names of the good text books, internal examinations, and evaluation system. Grievance redressed cell looks after the problems and suggestions of the students and endeavors to solve their problems and implement their suggestions. The Women Cell of our college takes care of the complaints of the girl students and takes measures to prevent their harassment in the campus. It counsels girls about their rights and makes them aware about the government policies pertaining to their safety and rights. The Career Guidance Cell and the Placement Cell organize career guidance sessions to counsel students about the job prospects in their subjects and fields of study. NSS, units extend psycho-social support to the students and endeavour to make the students psychologically strong and socially significant in carrying out social work.


5.1.9 Does the institution have a structured mechanism for career guidance and placement of its students? If ‘yes’, detail on the


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services provided to help students identify job opportunities and prepare themselves for interview and the percentage of students selected during campus interviews by different employers (list the employers and the programmes).

The college helps the students to identify job opportunities and prepare themselves for interview through lectures, workshops and training programmes:


5.1.10 Does the institution have a student grievance redressal cell? If yes, list (if any) the grievances reported and redressed during the last four years.

Yes, the college does have a Grievance Redressal Cell. To address the grievances of the students, a suggestion box has been put up for the students. The Grievance Redressal Committee responds to the problems of the students and solves them in consultation with the staff and the students concerned. Difficult issues are discussed with the Principal and simple ones are solved by the committee itself.

Grievances Redressed:

 Books for semester classes have been made available to the students. A reading room is available for the students in the library.

 The water scarcity problem has been solved.

 Quite a few number of water purifiers have been installed in the campus.

5.1.11 What are the institutional provisions for resolving issues pertaining to sexual harassment?
The students can report such matters to the Women cell in the college.

The students have been provided with Women helpline numbers and in case of eventuality the students are directed to call the numbers and register their problems.


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

Yes, the institution has an anti-ragging committee and a discipline committee. The guidelines and instructions to the students regarding ragging are mentioned in the prospectus and displayed on a board at the entrance of the college. Any matter reported to the committee is dealt with strictly. No instance of ragging has been reported in the last four years.


5.1.13 Enumerate the welfare schemes made available to students by the institution.

The students are benefitted by all the schemes of government of Madhya Pradesh which have been launched to financially support students of weaker sections and the financially poor students of the society:

1. Gaon Ki Beti: This is a scheme of the Government of Madhya Pradesh. According to this scheme a scholarship of Rs 500/- per month is given to a girl student who pass her 10+2 exam in first division from a school of a rural region in M.P.

2. Pratibha Kiran: This scholarship is awarded by the Higher Education department, Government of Madhya Pradesh to the girl students of urban region. A scholarship of Rs 500/- is given to the girl student below poverty line who passes 10+2 examination in first division from an urban region school in Madhya Pradesh.

3. Transportation allowances to the girl students of rural regions.

4. Book bank scheme for SC/ST students.

5. Scholarships to SC/ST/OBC students.

6. A poor students fund is run by staff under the supervision of Welfare Society of the

College.
5.1.14 Does the institution have a registered Alumni Association? If



yes’, what are its activities and major contributions for institutional, academic and infrastructure development?

Yes, the college has an Alumni association which has applied for registration. Many of the alumni are serving the nation in different capacities as M.P., MLA, entrepreneurs, police services,as teachers in various capacity. It has also participated in the green and cleancampus campaign and made available plants of different species to the college from contributions received from its members.



5.2 Student Progression
5.2.1 Providing the percentage of students progressing to higher education or employment (for the last four batches) highlight

the trends observed.

UG to PG Student Progression


S.No.

Faculty

Student progression %

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

1

B.A.

25.28

12.62

14.54

35.34

2

B.Sc.

59.67

52.38

46.66

48.78

3

B.Com.

23.00

7.44

29.12

38.23



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5.2.2 Provide details of the programme wise pass percentage and completion rate for the last four years (cohort wise/batch wise as stipulated by the university)? Furnish programme-wise details in comparison with that of the previous performance of the same institution and that of the Colleges of the affiliating university within the city/district.



Course wise result analysis of the last four years in Percentage

UG Courses




S.No.

Faculty

Pass-Outs %

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

1

B.A.

89.56

66.67

85.92

65.51

2

B.Com.

85.45

91.95

90.83

97.14

3

B.Sc.

95.23

88.39

49.47

82.00

4

B.C.A.

71.42

40.00

66.67

-

PG Courses




S.No.

Faculty

Pass-Outs %

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

1

MA-Political

33.2

60

100

Nill

2

MA-Sociology

100

100

-

33.3

3

MA-Economics

100

100

50

Nill

4

MA-Hindi

100

45.45

100

100

5

MA-History

80

61.53

100

Nill

6

Mcom

100

91.30

100

91.30

7

M.Sc.-Zoology

66.6

100

45.45

57.14

8

M.Sc.-Botany

71.48

77.78

80

35.55

9

M.Sc.-Chemistry

90

90.90

83.33

100

10

M.Sc.-Maths

0

0

72.72

42.85

5.2.3 How does the institution facilitate student progression to higher level of education and/or towards employment?

The teachers of the various departments counsel students to pursue studies at the higher level in their respective subjects. During the course of their lectures and by informal discussions, students are introduced to the various options available for them for higher studies. All the undergraduate students are counseled about the Postgraduate options available for them and the Postgraduate students are encouraged to enroll for research from reputed institutions. The Career Guidance Cell also conducts lectures, workshops and discussions to advise students about the options available for them at the higher level.

5.2.4 Enumerate the special support provided to students who are at risk of failure and drop out?

Students who are at the risk of failure and drop out are motivated to study regularly and work hard. They are asked to attend the extra classes, solve their problems with the help of the teachers and study good text books. Teachers take special care of such students and highlight the importance of study in life and career. Extra classes are held for such learners at the end of the session and they are encouraged to attend those classes. Remedial classes too are organized for the benefit of students.

5.3 Student Participation and Activities
5.3.1 List the range of sports, games, cultural and other extracurricular activities available to students. Provide details of participation and program calendar.

The college ensures the participation of its students in sports and extra-curricular activities. The sports, cultural, Youth Festival, Literary Competitions, Annual Day Celebrations committees conduct such activities in the college. Being the lead college of the District, the college coordinates the district level sports and Youth Festival competitions. Students of the college are encouraged to participate in the district, division, state and inter-university sports and Youth Festival competitions. They are provided practice and coaching by the sports officer, Professor in charge. Sports competitions at the District, Division, State and the Inter-university levels are organized in games like basketball, badminton, table-tennis, kabaddi, judo, athletics. The Youth Festival competitions are held for debates, extempore speech, one act play, classical music, instrumental music, dance, quiz and other cultural activities.

Sports Events 2011-12


S.No.

Name of Player

Name of Event

Event level

1

Avaik Vishnoi

Cricket

Division

2

Neelesh Yadav

Kabbadi

Inter University

4

Reetesh Lodhi

Chess

Division

5

Satyam Patel

Volley Ball

Division

6

Sachendra Rajput

Volley Ball

Division

7

Subham Sahu

Table Tennis

Division

8

Avaik Vishnoi

Table Tennis

Division

9

Subham Sahu

Badminton

Division

10

Avaik Vishnoi

Badminton

Division

11

Verandra Divalya

Badminton

Division

Sports Events 2012-13




S.No.

Name of Player

Name of Event

Event level

1

Rahman Khan

Khokho

Division

2

Pardeep Mehra

Khokho

Division

4

Kuldeep Kourav

Volley Ball

Division

5

Rahman Khan

Volley Ball

Division

6

Radhendra Kourav

Volley Ball

Division

7

Brajesh Kourav

Kabbadi

Division

8

Navneet Kushwaha

Cricket

Division

9

Avaik Vishnoi

Cricket

Division

10

Abhishek Soni

Cricket

Division

11

Subham Sahu

Badminton

Division

12

Avaik Vishnoi

Badminton

Division

13

Avaik Vishnoi

Table Tennis

Division

Sports Events 2013-14




S.No.

Name of Player

Name of Event

Event level

1

Verandra Divalya

Badminton

Division

2

Rajnesh Kourav

Kabbadi

Division

4

Prathbiraj Kourav

Kabbadi

State

5

Shubham Kourav

Kabbadi

Division

6

Rajnesh Kourav

Khokho

Division

7

Akhilesh Jatav

Athletics

State

Sports Events 2014-15




S.No.

Name of Player

Name of Event

Event level

1

Avaik Vishnoi

Cricket

State

2

Shivkumar Gond

Cricket

Division

4

Kamlesh Bagwan

Cricket

Division

5

Vaibhab Jain

Cricket

Division

6

Verandra Divalya

Badminton

Division

7

Prathbiraj Kourav

Kabbadi

Division

8

Dharmendra Gond

Kabbadi

Division

9

Bhagchandra Kushwaha

Kabbadi

Division

10

Rajendra Patel

Kabbadi

Division

11

Shubham Kourav

Kabbadi

Division

Sports Events 2015-16




S.No.

Name of Player

Name of Event

Event level

1

Devendra Kourav

Badminton

Division

2

Prathbiraj Kourav

Kabbadi

State

4

Neetesh Kourav

Kabbadi

State

5

Shubham Kourav

Kabbadi

Division

6

Bhagchandra Kushwaha

Kabbadi

Division

7

Kuldeep Kourav

Kabbadi

Division

8

Ranjeet Kourav

Kabbadi

Division

9

Jyoti Dhanka

Kabbadi(F)

Division

10

Deepika Mehra

Kabbadi(F)

Division

11

Bhagwati Jatav

Kabbadi(F)

Division

12

Vaishali Vijoriya

Kabbadi(F)

Division

13

Anjana Dhanka

Kabbadi(F)

Division

14

Alisha Kureshi

Kabbadi(F)

Division

15

Yamini Rajput

Kabbadi(F)

Division

16

Priyanshi Kourav

Kabbadi(F)

State

17

Preeti Dhanka

Cricket (F)

State

18

Devendra Kourav

Volley Ball

State

19

Jyoti Dhanka

Khokho(F)

Division

20

Deepika Mehra

Khokho(F)

Division

21

Vaishali Vijoriya

Khokho(F)

Division

22

Yamini Rajput

Khokho(F)

Division

5.3.2 Furnish the details of major student achievements in co- curricular, extracurricular and cultural activities at different levels: University / State / Zonal / National / International, etc. for the previous four years.

Youth Festival 2012-13




S.No.

Name of Participant

Event

Level


College

Inter-collegiate

University




















































































































































































































Youth Festival 2013-14


S.No.

Name of Participant

Event

Level


College

Inter-collegiate

University
































































































































































































































































































































































































































Youth Festival 2014-15

S.No.

Name of Participant

Event

Level


College

Inter-collegiate

University


























































































































































































































































Cultural Activities (Annual Function)-2011-12

Cultural Activities (Annual Function)-2013-14
5.3.3 How does the college seek and use data and feedback from its graduates and employers, to improve the performance and quality of the institutional provisions?


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