“Role of Teacher for Quality Education with Reference to Sixth Pay Commission”
Conference on “ Innovative Horizons and Emerging Challnges for Home Scientist”
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar University, Lucknow on 4/6-11-2011
“Health and Fitness of Students”
“Methodologival Issues in Identfication Documentation and Validation of Traditional Knowledge”
Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University
Second world congress for man and Nature 2012 on “Globle Change, Impact on Biodiversity Culture and Technology”
“Mahila Aarogya Laingik Samasya”
Smt. RDG College for Women, Akola
“Management of Diabetes by Education 2012 Massws” (Diabetes Modem)
Maheshwari Pragati Mandal, Akola,
Mr. V. L. Agrawal
Title of Paper presented/participation
Principal forum conference
Rajasthan Aryan Arts College Washim
Quality in Higher Education
L.R.T. College, Akola
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkars Budhism and its imancipatory potential
Shri. Shivaji College, Akola
Paper presented on material science
Technological Innovation and environmental integrity
H.V.P College of Engineering, Amravati,
Quality substances in Higher Education Institutions
Dhote Bandhu Science College, Gondia
Shre. Shivaji College, Akola
Sindhu Mahavidyalaya, Nagpur
Methodology of chemistry teaching
Bijalal Biyani Science College, Amravati
State level Seminar
3.4.4 Provide details (if any) of
∗ Research awards received by the faculty
Dr. Anjali Rajwade First Award – Research Paper Presentation – International Conference-
Pradanya 2013 date: 3-6th Oct. 2013 IIHMR, Jaipur.
Second Award – Scientific Poster-National Conference 8-9th September 2012
First Award – Scientific Poster National Seminar NANSAGFT 2011 date: 13
Poster Patent - Research Posters (06) Accepted by International Redcross Society
and Certificate awarded
Dr. Kumudini Dhore First Award - Scientific Poster- XXXIIIrd National Conference of NIN – 2003
Second Award - Scientific Poster – National Conference, Jabalpur
∗ Recognition received by the faculty from reputed professional bodies and agencies, nationally and internationally
Name of Teacher
Dr. Mrs. V. V. Mohod
Appointed as a Principal in April 2010Author of the book life and work of Smt. Radhadeviji Goenka.
Dr. Shahin Kazi
Guide for M. Phil and Ph. D. in subject of Urdu
Chairman board of studies in Urdu SGBAU.
Dr. Miss. S. K. Mankar
Guide for M. Phil and Ph. D. in subject of EconomicsAuthor of the book Micro Economics.
Shri. R. B. Nistane
Worked as a Officiating Principal of RDG collegePh. D. work in English is in progress and Thesis shall be submittedshortly.
Shri. V. L. Agrawal
Registered for Ph. D.
Coordinator of NAAC
Coordinator Remedial coaching
Worked as Zonal officer during Parliamentary Elections of Akola region (2009) Worked as a OIC for varsity examinations.
Mrs. Alka Bedekar
Chairman of board of studies in Sanskrit SGBAU.
Mrs. Dr. Archana Ambhore
Awarded Ph. D. in MusicPresented programs on Doordarshan and RadioCoordinator for state level Music conferenceWorked as Resource personPublished several Research papers.
Dr. N. L. Gondane
Awarded Ph. D. in MusicMember board of studies Marathwada University AurangabadGuide for M. Phil and Ph. D. in subject of Music.
Dr. Mrs. Ujawala
Awarded Ph. D. in Home Economic under FIP scheme.
Dr. Mrs. Rumale
Awarded Ph. D. in Marathi underFIP scheme.
Dr. Mrs. V. Khandekar
Awarded Ph. D. in Marathi under FIP scheme.
Mrs.D. V. Pande
Awarded Ph.D. in Music under FIP schemeManager for youth Festival Team of the collegePresented Kirtans and Eknath Bharudi for masses.
Mrs. Shalini Bang
Deputed for Ph.D. (English) under FIP scheme 11th plan.
Shri. U. P. Patil
Deputed for Ph.D. (English) under FIP scheme 11th plan.
Shri. R. S. Mundre
Deputed for Ph.D. (History) under FIP scheme 11th plan.
Shri. S. W. Wadhone
Working as a Vice Principal (Sr.)
Shri. G. W. Wakade
Working as a Vice Principal (Jr.)
Shri. S. M. Gadiya
News reporter for Lokmat and Mattrubhumi local News papersDirector Gandhian studies centreMember, State Executive Council Bhartiya Jain Sanghatana PunePresident, Akola Dist. Press ClubPresident, Akola Dist. Press Club.
Dr. V. R. Goenka
Member Indian Medical Association.
Dr. Mrs. Anjali Rajwade
Honoured by Obestics and Gynecological Society AkolaAkola new Priyadarshani ClubGuest lecture on shaping the child organized by IMAGuest lecture on Fitness first organized by health clubGuest lecture at Police training Centre Akola on topic Nutrition Health and StressInterview Published by new media of seminar held at IndoreHonored for Madhumeha MODEMProject coordinator Exhibition on Nutrition in DiabetesHonored by Maheswari Samaj Trust and Maheswari Medicojs
Guest lecture for Public forum on womens heath after 40
Engaged in Nutritional consultancy (Hon)
Published Articles in Lokmat releated with children diet and Diabetes
Honoured by Obestics and Gynecological Society and Raptakos Brett and co-limited
Panel Member Menopause Recent Trends in management
Educational Material accepted by Red Cross Society.
Shri. V. V. Khaire
Published Articles in Lokmat related with Politics in Parliamentary elections in Akola Dist.
Guest lecture on different topics like Youth Politics, Democracy.
Member of DATA.
Registered for Ph. D. Work.
Counseling in rural areas.
Member of Akhil Bharatiya Gandharva Mandal Mumbai
Recorded Cassette of Bhajans on Tukdoji Maharaj Radio Artist.
Shri. V. V. Tayade
Published articles in local news paper Matrubhumi on Social reformer late Shri. Gadage Maharaj and late Mataji Smt. Radhadeviji Goenka
Article published in Souvenier on eve of Buddha Jayanti on the topic King Harshwardhans role in helping Buddha religion.
Shri. R. G. Pawar
Elected as Chairman of salary earners Credit coop. Society of college
International Conference Udaypur.
Mrs. K. R. Dhore.
Honorary Member of
Women Redressel cell and MHAFSU Akola.
Academic council of SGBAU.
Coordinator Akola District Nutritionist Association.
Hon. Member of Mahila BAL Vikas Samiti Akola.
Hon. Member of Nutrition Society of India.
Hon. Member of Home Science Association of India.
Hon. Member of Indian Dietetic Association.
Work as a Resource Person.
Shri. V.B. Gadre
Published three papers in National Level Confereces.
Published one paper International Level Conference.
President P.S.P. Mandal, Akola (which runs, New Era HS, New Era Night HS and New Era Convent)
Secretory Brahmin Sabha, Akola (which runs Bal Shivaji Primary School, Bal Shivaji Highschool, Mazi Bal Shala, Tansen Sangeet Vidyalaya and Mangalkaryalaya.
Hon. Principal Naikwade Kirtan Mahavidyalaya for 9 years (2003-2011)
President Chitpavan Brahmin Sangh, Akola
Executive member Akhil Bhartiya Chitpavan Sangh
Secretory Sanmitra Path Sanstha, Akola
Anchor of ‘Swargandha’, Akola which organizes programs of National & International Fame Music Artist
Donated blood for 58 times in the public interest
∗ Incentives given to faculty for receiving State, National and international recognitions for research contributions.
3.5.1 Give details of the systems and strategies for establishing instituteindustry interface?
The Placement Cell of the college initiates the interface talks with the industry as well as training institutes oriented towards the technical skill set and soft skill improvement of the students so as to enhance their employability skill. The cell also at times designs the modules according to the requirement of students.
3.5.2 What is the stated policy of the institution to promote consultancy? How is the available expertise advocated and publicized?
The Principal/institution encourages and supports the faculty to utilize theirexpertise and facilities for consultancy services. Faculty member’s fromdepartments like Psychology, Home Science, Fashion Designing, ComputerScience and IT, Commerce, English have been prompted to extend consultancyservices in their field. The College publicizes the expertise available forconsultancy service and facilitates these by collaborating with NGOs and villageofficers.
The college publicizes the expertise available for consultancy service
through information on the Notice Board
through announcement in the Morning Assembly
through interaction with Peers, Experts during Seminars, Conferences
3.5.3 How does the institution encourage the staff to utilize their expertiseand available facilities for consultancy services?
The college motivates the staff to utilize their expertise for consultancy servicesby networking with institutions, organizations and other agencies.
3.5.4 List the broad areas and major consultancy services provided by theinstitution and the revenue generated during the last four years. Major Consultancy Services and Revenue Generated
Fashion Designing/ Textile
Psychology and Commerce
Faculty and Students of the college
Class III, Class IV Employees
Women from the adjoining Areas and villages
3.5.5 What is the policy of the institution in sharing the income generated? Through consultancy (staff involved: Institution) and its use for institutional development?
The revenue generated through the sale of products is contributed towardsPoor Students Fund and is used to give financial support to the deservingand needy students.
3.6 Extension Activities and Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR)
3.6.1 How does the institution promote institution-neighborhoodcommunity network and student engagement, contributing to good citizenship, service orientation and holistic development of students?
RDG is fully awake to its responsibility of producing good citizens. We have made a contribution to environment and society by making a worthwhile participation. Students and a team of committed faculty members engage students in the community development programs.
Rallies to protect environment are often taken out. Students march holding placards bearing thought-provoking slogans to draw the attention of people to these issues. Rallies to mark-Ozone Layer Protection Day, Environment Day are flagged off by Madam Principal.
Rallies for celebrating a pollution free, cracker-free Diwali are a regular feature here at RDG.
Poster presentation and competition are held at the college for environmental awareness under the title save environtment and the best poster is awarded prize.
Jagar Janivancha was conducted in the college for 15 days a schme of Maharashtra government in this context the various activities related to women upliftment was carried out and college has got a second cash prize of Rs. 50000 and certificate from government of Maharashtra.
General Medical checkup camp is held at girl’s hostel once in a year by the team of expert lady doctors.
Blood donation camps are held in the college and number of students donated the blood.
An inhouse rally was also organized by student welfare cell in RDG. Media was invited to cover the same. The students got a suitable platform to express their views.
RDG was invited to participate in a rally with Women Empowerment as its thrust. It was a FOGSI initiative. The rally commenced from Civil Hospital and RDG participated in it.
RDG regularly organizes Blood Donation Camps. It is in collaboration with NGO‘s like Lions Club, Rotary Club and the team of doctors is from civil hospital.
Doctors like Dr. Asha Mirge, Dr. Mrs. Nikte gynecologist often address students on pertinent issues like health and hygiene.
Along with eminent social organizations we celebrate various festivals also.The annual ten day NSS camps conducted in selected villages creates a healthyrapport between the college and the community.The college adopts a village inthe neighbourhood for social reconstruction work. Comprehensive projects areundertaken by the NSS Volunteers in close collaboration with community.Volunteers actively carry out programmes like literacy campaign, cleanlinessdrive, environment friendly initiatives like tree plantation and drive against use ofpolythene. Training Modules on computer applications, stitching, painting, textileprinting, candle making are also designed to make girls economicallyindependent. Such invigorating programmes not only give students a platform toimbibe sterling qualities like selfless service and sense of responsibility towardscommunity development but also create a sense of awareness among rural peopleContinuous visits to a particular village strengthen the bond and create space forsustained outreach activities. As a follow up, medical camps, health awarenessprogrammes and awareness programmes on nutrition and hygiene were organizedRecognising that women and children are one of the most vulnerable sections ofsociety, the health and hygiene of women and children is given prime importancein the annual camps conducted in villages by the NSS units. Free medical campsand awareness programmes on AIDS, Cancer and other health relatedissues sensitise women and help them dispel prevalent myths.
Tutoring rural school children and adults enables them to develop highercognitive skills and experience the joy of learning. Exhibitions, programmes andcompetitions conducted by various departments motivate students from lessprivileged background to pursue Higher Education.The college organizes visits to Old Age Homes, Palna Ghar, Juvenile Home, andGandhi Sevagram Ashram to add colour to their desolate lives.
Free Counselling Camps are organized from time to time to help adolescents, adults and children to cope with their emotional and psychic problems.
3.6.2 What is the Institutional mechanism to track students’ involvementin various social movements / activities which promote citizenshiproles?
The college strives to instill civic responsibility in the young minds of studentsthrough extension programmes and value based courses so that they develop intosensitised, socially responsible women.The college offers extension programmesin addition to those supported by the university. Students are encouraged tocomplete any one of these extension activities:
i. National Service Scheme (NSS)
ii. National Cadet Corps (NCC)
i. Environmental Awareness Programme (EAP)
The college is incessantly organizing a number of outreach activities which relateto academic, social, cultural, community, training and international service,adventure etc., all culminating in building a healthy society contributing to ournation building. Women Empowerment Cell and other societies function round the year to involve the students in various social movements and activities which promote citizenship roles. Field visits (Old Age Homes, Pingalwara, Mother Teressa Home, and School for the Blind) are organised in which students visit the community/neighborhood to get a foretaste of real life situations and become socially sensitive. All departments organize Service-Learning programmes.
They also celebrate important days of national and international importance. Thestudents in collaboration with various NGO‘s like like Tree Plantation, BloodDonation, Traffic Awareness seminars, female foeticide awareness rallies, SayNo to Drugs campaign and many other programmes. These activities encourageinterpersonal interactions that is good for building a strong civil society. Theyalso celebrate important days of national and international importance.
Visit to Old Age Home and Deaf and Dumb school
Regular visit to Missionaries of Charity (Mother Teressa Home)
Donations to the inmates of Orphanage and Leper’s home.
Training Progrmmes for teachers, students and corporate participants organized from time to time.
Literacy Camps in Villages
Cleanliness drive camps in slum areas and adjoining Villages
Free Medical Check Up Camps in slum areas through NSS unit
Free counseling camps in village and city Schools.
Special Classes in stitching, painting, embroidery, pottery, beauty tips, personal hygiene and grooming for girls of underprivileged section of society.
3.6.3 How does the institution solicit stakeholder perception on the overall performance and quality of the institution?
The institution always solicits the stakeholders’ perception (like the students, parents, Alumni and the eminent persons from the city) on the overall performance and the quality of the education being imparted by the institution. Parent Teacher Meeting (PTM) is organized regularly to take feedback of the parents. The parents can directly put forth suggestions and complaints to the head of institution through emails, which are very well taken care of while implementing any new policy or reform. There is provision where the parents, students and key citizens of civil society meet the Principal and members of Management to give valuable inputs regarding new courses, extra-curricular activities, innovative ideas and programmes which help the students in their professional efficiency and holistic development. The stakeholders are always keen to see that quality of higher education improve in the institution.
The comments of eminent educationists and prominent personalities are evaluated and implemented as and where required.
Proper focus is laid to bring teaching and studies at par with any institution of National/ International repute.
Regular meetings with staff, Heads of Department and Advisory Board are conducted in order to keep every member updated about changes and developments in the college. The decisions taken are implemented after discussion.
Inter and Intra departmental meetings are regular feature to monitor the progress of student, and the performance of the child is communicated to parents through SMS or during PTM.
Parents/Guardians have frequent interaction with the H.O.D. Opinion of parents is considered with respect. Key aspects like industrial visits, discipline, placements, are given utmost priority.
Days and timings are fixed for Parents to meet the teachers, Coordinators and Principal. Their complaints, suggestions and clarifications are addressed to in the best possible manner.
Old Students’ Association organizes meetings and has regular formal and informal interactions wherein any alumnus is free to give her suggestions.
3.6.4 How does the institution plan and organize its extension and outreach programmes? Providing the budgetary details for last four years, list the extension and outreach programmes and their impact on the overall development of students.
The college has a Gandhian Studies Centre, which helps to spread gandhian philosophy in the students. Outreach programmes organized by the college are: