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FIRST FLOOR

S.N.

Room No.

Purpose

Area in Sq. ft

Seating Capacity

11

01

Beside Hall Class Room.

252

10

12

01

Beside Hall Class Room

252

10

13

02

Class Room

728

60

14

03

-,,-

728

60

15

04

-,,-

1064

80

16

05

-,,-

700

60

17

06

-,,-

1064

80

18

07 New

-,,-

540

60

19

08 -,,-

-,,-

526

60

20

09 -,,-

-,,-

513

60

21

10 -,,-

-,,-

764

70

Commerce Building

22

C2

-,,-

815

60

23

C3

-,,-

975

80

24

C4

-,,-

650

60

25

C5

-,,-

275

20

26

C7

-,,-

667

60

27

Porch C6

-,,-

487

50

28

C8

-,,-

275

20

29

C9

-,,-

975

50

30

C11

-,,-

375

30



MCVC WING

S.N.

Room No.

Purpose

Area in Sq. ft

Seating Capacity

31

M2

-,,-

232

20

32

M3

-,,-

232

20

33

M4

-,,-

232

20

34

M6

-,,-

232

20

Old Building

S.N.

Room No.

Purpose

Area in Sq. ft

Seating Capacity

35

O5

-,,-

252

10

iii) Laboratories: - (Ground floor)

The institution provides following laboratory facilities The available laboratories (UG & PG) and their capacities are as follows

Sr. No

Name of the Laboratory

Area in Sq. Ft.


capacity

1

Text Tile & Clothing Lab

1064

60

2

Extension Education Lab

1064

50

3

Chemistry & Biochem.Lab

1064

50

4

Biology Lab

1064

50

5

Physics Lab.

1064

50

6

M. Sc. Nutrition Lab.

336

20

7

Food and Nutrition Lab

840

45

8

Cookery Lab

496

35

9

Bakery Lab

273

15

10

Home Science Lab

1170

60

11

Home Economic

1091

50

c) M.C.V.C. Wing (Ground floor)

Sr. No

Name of lab /department

Area in sq. ft.

Seating Capacity

1

Cookery

496

35

2

Bakery.

273

15

d) COC Labs: - (COC)

Sr. No

Name of lab /department

Area in sq. ft.

Seating Capacity

1

Computer Lab 1

500

30

2

Computer Lab 2

900

60

3

Electronic Lab

375

30

e) Co-curricular activities

(i) Library Building (Ground floor)



Sr. No

Name of the Room.

Area in sq. ft.

1

Library Reading Room

900

2

Library Study Room UG

200

3

Library Internet

100

4

Teachers Reading Room.

150


a) Curricular and co-curricular activities classrooms, technology enabledlearning spaces, seminar halls, tutorial spaces, laboratories, botanical garden, Animal house, specialized facilities and equipment for teaching, learning and research etc.

Curricular and co-curricular activities: The college has separate blocks fordifferent faculties—Arts, Home-Science, Commerce and Computers. Spacious and airy classrooms and well equipped lab are made available for the students.

Science Block: All the Science departments are provided with modern labs fittedwith the latest equipment and well- furnished lecture theatres and biology has department has developed medicinal plant garden in the campus.

Commerce Block: The department is provided with spacious and airy classrooms fitted with the latest equipment (white board), Computer lab and Smart class room to enhance teaching-learning there are six classrooms in the commerce department and toilet is attached to it.

Seminar Hall: An echo-proof Seminar Hall with a seating capacity of seventyfive.

Computer Labs:

  • Two centrally air-conditioned filly networked hi-tech computer labs with24 hour internet connectivity.

b) Extra curricular activities – Sports, outdoor and indoor games, gymnasium, auditorium, NSS, NCC, cultural activities, Public speaking, communication skills development, yoga, health and hygiene nutritional counselling etc.
Sports

Gymnasium: for training students in a variety of games like Table Tennis, Badminton, Volley Ball, Hand Ball, Wrestling, Judo, cricket and Weight Lifting etc. The college also has a spacious playground, and a Common Room with the provision of indoor games.

NSS: A well-furnished office with computing and internet facility.

NCC: A well-furnished office with computing and internet facility.



Cultural Activities: The College has one multipurpose hall which is used for the major cultural events of the college. The facilities in each are given below:

Music Rooms: A well-equipped Department of Music houses several Acoustic and Electronic musical instruments which are used by the students to hone their musical talents. Music rooms are also made available for music classes and practice sessions. It has a modest but well utilized departmental library of music books, audio and videocassettes, CDs and DVDs.
The following facilities are available in the Department of Music for music items:

  • Well-maintained Folk music instruments and classical instruments for lessons and practice are available for music items.

4.1.3 How does the institution plan and ensure that the available infrastructure is in line with its academic growth and is optimally utilized? Give specific examples of the facilities developed/augmented and the amount spent during the last four years (Enclose the Master Plan of the Institution/ campus and indicate the existing physical infrastructure and the future planned expansions if any).

The college has augmented the infrastructure to keep pace with academic advancement and growth. Apart from adding structure (rooms and labs) it has upgraded laboratories, additional instruments and equipments in existing labs,computers software. As some part of our original structure has been in existence since 1965s, it was decided to spend resources on refurbishing the classrooms, labs and administrative area.



2009-10

  1. A new laboratory is provided for M.Sc students in the subject of F&N.

  2. Renovation of commerce building such as water proffing, repairing was done.

  3. Renovation of the President Office and Management Meeting Hall was completed.

  4. Automation of office.

  5. Automation of Library.

2011-12

  1. A construction of the girls Hostel building was started with the help of financial assistance of UGC as a special grant. Plans and estimates were approved by UGC and the building committee of the college.

  2. Construction of the 12 class room on the first floor with the seed moneny from the management was started.

  3. A well equipped psychology laboratory has been provided.

  4. Renovation of Computer Laboratory for COC department is done.

  5. Renovation of electronic lab for COC is done.


2012-13

  1. Construction of 12 class rooms on the first floor is completed with financial assistance of the management.

  2. Construction of the new girls hostel is completed with financial assistance of 1 crore Rs. Funded by UGC.

  3. Up-gradation of Labs.

4.1.4 How does the institution ensure that the infrastructure facilities meetthe requirements of students with physical disabilities?

The institute is committed to make the stay of differently-abled students comfortable. It ensures that the infrastructure facilities meet the requirement of the students with physical disabilities by accommodating their classes on the ground floor, providing comfortable furniture and attendant facility. The library facility is provided to them in the multipurpose all located on the ground floor. The needs of the physically challenged are further taken care of by the supporting staff. During the examinations extra attention is paid to them by providing them seats on the ground floor and any other assistance, if needed.



4.1.5 Give details on the residential facility and various provisions available within them:

Hostel Facility – The college is having 2 hostels for the girls and they are located within the campus first hostel is small with a capacity to accommodate 30 students.

Second hostel is constructed with the financial assistance of UGC in the 10th plan under the special grant of 1 crore Rupees. It has 30 rooms dinning hall, Guest room, recreation room, Reading room, wardens block facilities like T.V, Freeze, Telephone, News papers, Medical aids are provided to the students it is well protected with all possible security majors.



Security: CCTV Cameras are fixed at both entrances of the college andhostel. Watchman shed and Gate-keeper room has been made near the gate forproper security.
Total built up area = 1785 Sq. M

Accommodation capacity= 80 Students

Number of students residing in hostel= 60

Guest House: The college has well-furnished guest accommodation with 4rooms, with comforts of home and equipped with facilities like 24hours uninterrupted Power Supply, room services and hot water facility. It houses a lounge with TV, self-iron facility. Other than this there is a common kitchenette for self cooking and on demand services like transport and washing are also available.

Staff Quarters: - Eight staff quarters are available for residential purpose of teaching and non- teaching staff each block consist of kitchen, two bedrooms and one hall with 24 hour water supply.


Recreational facilities, gymnasium, yoga center, etc.:

  • Recreation room with newspapers and journals.

  • Recreational facilities like television, games.

  • Common room.

  • Celebration of all major festivals with gusto.

  • Television and Computer facilities in hostel.

  • Facilities for indoor and outdoor sports activities like Table Tennis, Badminton, Volley Ball, and Hand Ball are also available for boarders.

Facilities for medical emergencies: In case of emergency student is shifted to near by hospital with consultation of Dr. N. K Maheshwariji appointed by the management.

Facilities:

  • State- of-the-art and hygienic mess.

  • Purified drinking water.

  • Solar water heaters (03) are installed for making hot water and it also helps in energy conservation.

  • Special facilities for students seeking to appear for competitive exams

  • Guest room facility.

  • Provision of washing machines.

  • STD/PCO Facility.

  • 24-Hours Water Supply.

  • 24-Hours Power Supply.

  • Purified Water Facilities.


4.1.6What is the provisions made available to students and staff in terms of health care on the campus and off the campus?

Students’ health and hygiene is taken care of by the college 24x7.

Arrangements for first-aid and medical care are fully available for the staff as well as the students inside the campus. In case of serious medical emergency, help is provided by shifting the ward to a nearby hospital.


4.1.7. Give details of the Common Facilities available on the campus spaces for special units like IQAC, Grievance Redressal unit,Women‘s Cell, Counseling and Career Guidance, Placement Unit, Health Centre, Canteen, recreational spaces for staff and students, safe drinking water facility, auditorium, etc.

  • IQAC: A dedicated office with computing and internet facility.

  • Grievance Redressal unit: A well-furnished office with computing facility.

  • Women‘s Cell: A well-furnished office with computing and internet facility.

Students’ Welfare Cell: A dedicated office with computing and internet facility.

  • Counseling and Career Guidance: A well-furnished office with computing and internet facility.

  • Placement Unit: A well-furnished office with computing and internet facility.

  • Health Centre: The College has a medical room with arrangements for first aid and medical care in the college hostel. A full-time nurse is present 24*7.

  • RDG cafeteria: Spacious and located in the campus it provides snacks, tea, coffee for staff and students. It remains open from 8a.m. to 4p.m. during working days of the college.

  • Safe drinking water facility: Aqua Guard fitted to provide filtered water.


4.2 Library as a Learning Resource

4.2.1 Does the library have an Advisory Committee? Specify the composition of such a committee. What significant initiatives have been implemented by the committee to render the library, student/user friendly?

Yes, the college has a library advisory committee.



Composition of Library Advisory Committee

  • Smt. Manjudeviji Goenka Management Rep.

  • Dr. Mrs. V V. Mohod Principal

  • Mr. R G. Baheti Librarian

  • Mrs. Sushama Gokhale Assi. librarian

  • Shri. Nandkishor Ratnaparkhi Member

  • Mrs. Kumudini Dhore Member

  • Mrs. Nibha Upadhyay Member

  • Dr. A B. Pande Member

  • Mrs. S V. Kamble Member

  • Mrs. Vidya Thakur Member

  • Mrs. Sneha Patil Member

  • Mrs. D D. Joshi Member



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