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4.3.4 How does the institution facilitate extensive use of ICT resources including development and use of computer-aided teaching/ learning materials by its staff and students?

Faculty and Programmers of the Department of Computer Science & Applications organize Faculty Improvement Development Programs to assist the faculty of the college to prepare computer aided teaching/ learning materials. Various weekly programs are organized from time to time within the campus, in which know-how of computers and working of all peripherals like printer, scanner, multimedia aid etc. is provided. Internet based usage is encouraged through the leased line connection, on-line exchange of information is also encouraged.



4.3.5 Elaborate giving suitable examples on how the learning activities and technologies deployed (access to on-line teaching - learning resources, independent learning, ICT enabled classrooms/learning spaces etc.) by the institution place the student at the centre of teaching-learning process and render the role of a facilitator for the teacher.

The institution is aware of the fact that with a paradigm shift in teaching learning, student voice has become central to the learning experience and a teacher at best acts as a facilitator.

Keeping the students’ learning at the centre of everything, the college reorients its teachers from time to time and encourages them to undergo training on the computer-aided teaching skills. The college has been conducting Workshops for the faculty on the use of computers. Training sessions on the use of Internet as a learning resource are also organized. Well-equipped computer Labs, Smart classrooms, LCD and OHPs are available to facilitate computer aided teaching and enrich the teaching learning experience. The computer faculty is always available for any need based assistance in the use of ICT.

4.3.6. Does the Institution avail of the National Knowledge Network connectivity directly or through the affiliating university? If so, what are the services availed of?

No, the institution does not avail itself of the National Knowledge Network connectivity directly or through the affiliating university.



4.4 Maintenance of Campus Facilities

4.4.1 How does the institution ensure optimal allocation and utilization of the available financial resources for maintenance and upkeep of the following facilities (substantiate your statements by providing details of budget allocated during last four years)?

The college ensures optimal utilization of budget allocated for the maintenance and upkeep of the college infrastructure by holding regular meetings of various bodies /committees constituted to plan and monitor the projects to be taken up in a session. The Heads of the Departments prepare the proposals as per the requirements of their respective departments. Based on the need assessment equipments, furniture, labs, classroom, budget, provisions are optimally made.

Review committee meetings are held to monitor the progress.

Details of the budget allocated during the last four years

S.No.




2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12


2012-13

a)

Building

-

-

-

-

-

b)

Furniture

-

-

-

-

-

c)

Equipment

-

-

-

-

-

d)

Computer

-

-

-

-

-

e)

Vehicles

-

-

-

-

-

f)

Any other

-

-

-

-

-


4.4.2 What are the institutional mechanisms for maintenance and upkeep ofthe infrastructure, facilities and equipment of the college?

There is infrastructure committee of the college which looks after infrastructure and its maintenance.

The Principal, on the basis of the perspective development plan, proposes the infrastructural augmentation needs to the concerned authorities. The UGC sanctions fund based on the requirements, student strength, and the nature of the academic programs offered by the institution. The college development fund is utilized for maintenance and minor repairs of furniture and equipments. The College building committee prepares the proposal and estimated cost of the planned construction project and submits it to the head of the institution. The management approves and allocates the funds. An effective monitoring system through various committees ensures the optimal utilization of budget allocated.

The Overseer not only supervises construction but also takes care of maintenanceand repair of buildings, roads, water lines, electrical installations, equipment andother support services. Wherever the need arises, the concerned department raises a maintenance indent stating the nature of repair/ maintenance required.

Computer maintenance:

As far as maintenance is concerned, outside vendors are contacted for majorrepairs and for minor repairs the institution has UGC instrumentation andmaintenance lab. Software problems are taken care of by computer faculty andlab staff. Non-repairable systems are dumped in store.

The institution purchases the new upgraded computer systems from time to timeas per the needs. The provision made in the annual budget is Rs. 3, 25,764/-(2010-2011).

4.4.3 How and with what frequency does the institute take up calibration and other precision measures for the equipment/instruments?

Annual maintenance and repair of the infrastructure is taken care of by the college in a systematic manner. Day to day maintenance is carried out by the staff appointed for the maintenance of the building. The laboratory equipments are maintained through College Development Fund and annual grants received fromthe UGC and government. The computers and electronic devices are maintainedand repaired through the funds available in the institution. We have a team of qualified technical staff for maintaining computers and networking facilities.

Outside vendors are contacted for major repairs and for minor repairs the institution has UGC instrumentation and maintenance lab. Software problemsare taken care of by computer faculty and lab staff.


  • Electrical

  • Carpentry

  • House-keeping

  • Plumbing

  • Painting

  • Security

  • Generator maintenance

Their services are available throughout the day. Some of this staff stays on thecampus.

4.4.4 What are the major steps taken for location, upkeep and maintenanceof sensitive equipment (voltage fluctuations, constant supply of water etc.)?

4.4.5

The College has (Power House with H.T. Line (High Tension Electrical Supply)with the Transformer within the College Campus and ONE Generator with 160KVA. Voltage Stabilizers have been installed for the safety of sensitive equipment. There are six invertors and six Exide tabular batteries for power backup of the offices. Maintenance of equipment is done through the Annual Maintenance Contract while minor repair works are carried on request through the complaint register. The college has provision for the accommodation of essential NTS – namely electricians, plumbers and the campus manager on campus. Any other relevant information regarding Infrastructure and Learning Resources which the college would like to include.



CRITERION V: STUDENT SUPPORT AND PROGRESSION

5.1 Student Mentoring and Support

5.1.1 Does the institution publish its updated prospectus/handbook annually? If ‘yes’ what is the information provided to students through these documents and how does the institution ensure its commitment and accountability?

Yes, the college publishes its updated Prospectus and Student Handbook annually for the prospective students and their parents.

The college Prospectus carries details of the college, college campus and other related information like courses, facilities, admission criteria, procedures and fees, examination system, hostel, college rules and other information which helps students make their career choices.

The Student Hand book carries details of hostel facilities, rules and guidelines for parents/ guardians.



5.1.2 Specify the type, number and amount of institutional scholarships / freeship given to the students during the last four years and whether the financial aid was available and disbursed on time?

Liberal concessions and incentives are available to deserving students in academic, sports and extra-curricular fields.



CONCESSIONS

  1. EBC concession

  2. Freedom fighter concession


AWARDS AND MEDALS

Scholarships and Stipends given to the students:

Gold Medals, Silver Medals and Cash prizes, Certificates are awarded to students with outstanding performances.



S. No

Name of the Prize

Amount Rs.

Eligibility

1

Late Smt Padamadeviji Nirangankumar Goenka memorial prize

151

Students securing highest marks in B.A, B.Com and B.Sc Home-Sci examination

2

Late Smt. Radhadeviji Goenka memorial prize

101

For best students of Yoga and Meditation

3

Late Smt. Mohinideviji Rungta memorial prize

151

Highest marks in B. Com III examination

4

Late Smt. Godavribai Modi memorial prize

100

Highest marks in Sanskrit in B.A examination

5

Late Shri. Vasantraoji Naik memorial prize

501

Highest marks in B. Com III examination

6

Late Shri M. B Modi memorial Prize

100

Highest marks in Sanskrit I B.A III examination

7

Late Smt. Omeshwari Varma memorial prize

100

Highest marks in Hindi litreture in B.A examination

8

Late Smt. Jankibai Deshpande memorial prize

100

Higest marks in Music litreture in B.A examination

9

Late Smt. Charumati bhagvat memorial prize

100

Highest marks in Marathi litreture in B.A examination

10

Late Smt. Shubhada Oak memorial prize

51

Highest marks in economics in B.A examination

11

Late Shri. Rameshwarlalji Agrawal memorial prize

101

Highest marks in Hindi litreture in B.A examination



12

Late Smt. Nila Shukla memorial prize

101

Highest marks in Sanskrit litreture in B.A examination

13

Late Shri Vasantrao Sabale memorial prize

101

Highest marks in Hindi litreture in B.A examination

14

Late Smt. Indirabai Sontakke memorial prize

501

Highest marks in sociologyin 12th examination

15

Late Smt. Savitrideviji Mukharji memorial prize

165

Highest marks in Home-Eco in M.A examination

16

Late Smt. Kusumtai Deshpande memorial prize

101

Highest marks in Music in B.A examination

17

Late Shri N P. Lahariya memorial prize

101

Highest marks in History in B.A examination

18

Late Shri. Babasaheb Mohod memorial prize

501

Highest marks in English literature in B.AII examination

19

Late Smt. Elaben Chaudhary memorial prize

151

Best NCC cadat of the college

20

Late Shri. Premdasji Shingade memorial Prize

500

Highest marks in B.A III Examination in Subject off Phylosophy

From the funds, prizes are also given from the college funds to outstanding students in different fields.

Note: - The other prize list and sponsors to be added from the prospectus.

Students standing first in the University are given Rs.1100/- each and are granted full freeship



Agency

No. of Students

Amount

Government







Institution







Institution (Freeships/ Fee Concession)









a) No. of students availing financial support from the Institutions : 20

b) Amount disbursed as financial support from the staff fund Rs. 20,000/-


c) No. of students awarded scholarship from the Institution:



Year

No. of Students

Amount Paid (Rs.)

2009-10

908

11,70,895

2010-11

852

11,26,495

2011-12

664

13,04,477

2012-13

842

16,88,030


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

2008-09

No. of students

Amount

2009-10

No. of students

Amount




 1807







 1885

 




 







 

 

1984 Riot affected Scholars

 

 

State Merit Scholars

 

 

State Merit Scholars

 

 

1984 Riot effected

 

 

University Merit Scholars

 

 

University Merit Scholars

 

 

Student Aided Fund(SAF)

 

 

Student Aided Fund

 

 

Poor Student Fund

 

Poor Student Fund

 

Fee Concessions 80 Half fee concession

Fee Concessions 30 Half fee concession

2010-11

No. of
students

Amount

2011-12

No. of
students

Amount




1965 

 




 2089

 




 

 




 

 

Student aided Fund

 

 

National Merit
Scholar

 

 

Poor Student Fund

 

 

State Merit Scholars

 

 

Fee Concession 81/- Half Fee Concession

University Merit
Scholars

 

 

Poor Student
Fund

 

 

Student Aided
Fund

 

 

Fee Concession 119 Half Fee Concession




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