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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 studentsStudents participate in various Medical assistance given to students towards state and national competitions.: health care, health insurance etc. Coaching classes are organized for competitive exams.

Skill development (spoken English, computer literacy, etc.,) Support for slow learners Exposures to students to other institution of higher learning/corporate/business house etc.

Publication of student magazine

Support services for SC/ST, OBCs and economically weaker sections ofsociety:

Practices taken up by the institution to provide access to students from theabove mentioned sections of the society:



  • Implementation of reservation policy. Seats reserved for NSS, NCC, and Sports Categories.

  • Financial assistance to the above mentioned sections of society in the form of concession in admission fee.

  • Scholarships/ stipends and free books to socially backward, economically weaker and differently-abled students.

  • Faculty members are encouraged to put more efforts and take extra classes to make them capable to compete with other students.

  • Remedial classes held by teachers without any remuneration.

  • Programmes organized to prepare SC and BC categories for competitive exams.

  • Programmes organized to prepare them for Jobs.

Students to participate in various competitions/National and International:

Along with academics students are encouraged to participate and involve in literary and cultural activities, at State Level and National Level. The college invites experts to improve the performance of the students in different items so that they can excel at local, Zonal and National level.



Medical assistance to students: Health care, health insurance, Blood donation camp, Rubella vaccination camp etc.

Skill development (spoken English, computer literacy, etc.,): The Collegeshapes not only the future but also the personalities through skill developmentCertificate programmes in Personality Development, Spoken English, and ComputerLiteracy are conducted.

The Computer Department offers Certificate course in Basics of Computers and MS-CIT course.



Support for ‘slow learners’: Remedial classes are organized for slow learners.Teachers give extra coaching to students without any remuneration.

Exposures of students to other institution of higher learning/ corporate/business house etc.: Trips to corporate houses, Industries are organized to provide exposure to manufacturing process and help our students to develop entrepreneurial skills.

Publication of students’ magazine: College Magazine Surabhi is published annualy. Students’ creativity finds adequate expression through the articles, write ups for the college magazine and Wall Magazine maintained by different departments.
5.1.5 Describe the efforts made by the institution to facilitate entrepreneurial skills, among the students and the impact of the efforts.

The college encourages and develops entrepreneurial skills among students in thefollowing ways:



  • Entrepreneur skills are being inculcate on the basis different subjects in
    Home Economics and Home Sciences.

  • Organizing exhibitions of Fashion Designing department.

  • Organizing Fashion Shows.

  • Organizing industrial trainings for our students.

Certificates offered:

  1. Certificate in Home-Science

  2. Diploma in Home-Science

  3. Diploma in Fashion Designing

  4. Certificate in Fashion Designing

  5. Advance diploma in Fashion Designing

Certificate courses in Computer (Recognised by Board of Vocational Education Mumbai)

  1. MS-CIT

  2. Advanced computerized accounting (Tally)


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.

* Additional academic support, flexibility in examinations

* Special dietary requirements, sports uniform and materials

* Any other



  1. Student’s participation in extracurricular activities (ECA) has been identified as an important aspect of the higher education. Students get involved in extracurricular activities not only for entertainment, social, and enjoyment purposes, but most important, to gain and improve skills.

  2. A wide and diversified range of extracurricular activities exist on college campus, meeting a variety of student interests. The college focuses on ECA to ensure the all round development of students.

  3. Along with academics, students are encouraged to participate and involve in activities within the college, at State Level and National Level. They participate in various literary and cultural events.

  4. The students also participate in inter college and Intra college competitions. The students actively prepare items for Zonal, Inter- Zonal, Intervarsity and National Youth Festivals.

  5. The students are advised to participate in many cultural Programes and competitions like Essay writing, Quiz, Story writing, poetry, singing , dancing, acting , painting, modelling, mobile Quiz, Debate ,Elocution, slogan writing and poster-making. They also celebrate important days of national and international importance.

  6. The students in collaboration with various NGO’s like Rotary, Jaycees, Lions, organize many events: like Tree Plantation, Blood Donation, Traffic awareness seminars, female foeticide awareness rallies, ―Say No to Drugs‖ campaign and many other programmes. These activities encourage interpersonal interactions that are good for building a strong civil society.

  7. The students who participate in ECA throughout the year are given special attention by the teachers in their studies backlog. They get awards and
    recognitions from the college authorities and are given concessions/incentives.

  8. These activities positively impact students' emotional, intellectual, social, and inter-personal development. By working together with other individuals, students learn to negotiate, communicate, manage conflict, and lead others.

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.

The college provides support and guidance to the students in preparing for the competitive examination by arranging guest lecture of expert persons. Guidance provided to students for entry to services like Banks/ Railway or other private sector.


Session 2010-2011

2010-11

Batch I

Batch II

Batch III

Batch IV

No.of students enrolled

-

-

-

-

2011-12

-

-

-

-

No. of students enrolled

-

-

-

-


Remedial Coaching provided for weaker sections / SC/ST Session 2010-11 and Session 2012-13

2010-11

Number of Students -125

Portion taught includes general grammer, vocabulary, conversation, interview skill

2011-12

Number of Students-200

Portion taught includes general grammer, vocabulary, conversation, interview skill

2012-13

Number of Students-150

Portion taught includes general grammer, vocabulary, conversation, interview skill

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

A Counselling Cell has been established for academic, psycho social and careercounseling. The faculty also participates in personal counseling:



  • To help students to chalk out academic roadmaps for themselves.

  • To enable students to integrate themselves with the milieu.

  • To acquaint them with various career options through seminars.

  • To address problems related to stress, anxiety, examination phobia, peer pressure and adjustment to changed environment.

  • Help students to help themselves.

  • Periodic reports are shared with parents whenever necessary.

5.1.9 Does the institution have a structured mechanism for career guidance and placement of its students? If ‘yes’ detail on the 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 has Career Guidance and Placement Cell to help students with career choice and placements. The cell not only offers career counseling services to the students but also helps in developing skills that employers look for by conducting training workshops. Numerous employers participate in on-campus presentations, talks and workshops. Campus recruitment fairs and interviews are organized to help the students find placements in companies of repute. High quality resources of the Placement Cell help the students take charge of their career development from exploring their options to securing the ideal job. The companies and the organizations have taken interest in the recruitment despite the global economic crisis. The Counselling units try their level best to cultivate the need for a stead fast purpose; insatiable desire and indomitable courage among the students to achieve their goals.

There is no central mechanism in the college for maintaining records of the students who get employment after leaving the college.The exact data for the number of the students who have got employment after having left the college in various organizations is not readily available.

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.

There is a regular, well established and fair procedure for redressing rievances regarding academic matters, hostel accommodation, health services, library, transportation and other central services. A cell is functioning under the able guidance of the Principal in consultation with members of committee and legal expertise (if and when necessary):



  • To encourage the students to express their grievances freely and frankly.

  • To address the basic problems of boarders regarding mess and other amenities.

  • To promote healthy student-student and student-teacher relationship.

  • To promote & maintain a conducive and unprejudiced educational environment.

  • To uphold the dignity of the college by ensuring strife free atmosphere in the college.

The following mechanism takes care of the grievance of the students. A Complaint Box has been installed on the campus and in the hostel. The grievance is taken up by the members of the committee, the case studied and discussed by the team, and the grievance redressed.No grievance has been formally presented which required going beyond the level of the faculty members for grievances regarding attendance issues. Some of the grievances redressed during the last four years are enumerated are listed below:

  • Grievances of the students staying in the hostel regarding the mess

  • Grievances of the students regarding bus routes to the city and adjoining areas

  • Grievances of the students regarding library hours


5.1.11. What are the institutional provisions for resolving issues pertaining to sexual harassment?

No, there is no separate cell for prevention/action against sexual harassment of women students. The Grievance Redressal Cell and Women Empowerment Cell are available for help.



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?

The college has a healthy tradition in which the old students extend a warm welcome to the new entrants and also assure them of full support and guidance. However, the college is very cautious regarding this menace and has set up an Discipline Committee comprising of the Head of the Institution, and senior teachers. Grievance Redressal Cell to overview & ensure that there is no ragging in the college and to resolve grievances, if any. The college has also incorporated in the prospectus the anti-ragging directions of the Central Government. Faculty’s members interact with freshers and make surprise checks also. Till date, no incident of ragging of any kind has been reported in the college.



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

The college ensures social justice through various welfare schemes made available to the students. Details about the welfare schemes are announced in the Morning Assembly and displayed on the notice board of the institution. The student welfare and Women’s cell addresses and responds to all the queries both (academic and non academic) of the students and also guides the students to avail themselves of the various welfare schemes. Prominent among them are:



ACADEMIC

  1. Remedial Classes for slow learners (No Fee charged)

  2. Book Bank for meritorious and needy students

  3. Placements and Counselling by organizing lectures concerning career planning and inviting companies for campus recruitment.

  4. Personality Development Programme

  5. Spoken English Classes

CULTURAL AND SPORTS

  1. Special diet for students participating in Inter University and Inter College Cultural activities.

  2. Students on duty and members of Students’ Council have given free access to the canteen during functions.

  3. Freeships and Special diet for participation in Inter University and Inter College Sports activities.

  4. Free lodging and boarding to students participating in the Youth Festival.

  5. NCC and NSS volunteers given the same facilities.



SOCIAL AND FINANCIAL

  1. Student Safety Insurance Scheme

  2. Scholarships and freeships on the basis of their performance in the academics, sports or extra curricular activities. Similarly, scholarships received from various central, state and other agencies are made available to the students.

  3. Travel Schemes


HEALTH


  1. Free Medical Check-up

  2. Rubella Vaccination camp

  3. Regular lectures and PPT on obstratics guidance

  4. Regular lectures by specialized person on women health


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 Alumnae Association which plays a significant role incollege functioning.

Current Office Bearers:

Executive Members:

Designation

Name


President

Dr. Mrs. Indrani M. deshmukh

Vice President

Adv. Mrs. Sangeeta Bhakare

Mrs. Kavita A. Alasi



Secretary

Adv. Mrs. Manisha Kulkarni

Exec. Member

Prof. Alka Jaju.

Prof. Pushpa Patil

Miss. Nishali S. Panchagam

Mrs. Minakshai Y. Deshmukh

Prof. Shubhada R. Deshpande

Miss. Radhika deshpande

Mrs. Rashmi Kulkrni


Covener

Prof. V B. Gadre

Ex. Officio. Member

Dr. Mrs. Veena V. Mohod


5.2 Student Progression

5.2.1 Providing the percentage of students progressing to higher education oremployment (for the last four batches) highlights the trends observed.



Student progression

Arts

Commerce

Home-Science


Career Oriented Courses


UG to PG

20%

30%

20%

20%

PG to M.Phil

10%

20%

5%

5%

PG to Ph.D

-

-

-

-

Employed

Campus selection



5%

5%

5%

10%



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.

2008-09

Name of the Students

Examination

Order of Merit

Miss. Anagha Sarangdhar Tayade

M.A II Philosophy

1st

Miss. Bhumika Naresh Katakoria

M.Sc II F&N

1st

Miss. Urvashi Mahendra Katakoria

M.Sc II F&N

3rd

Miss. Dipika Madhusudhaji Bajaj

M.Com II

10th

Miss. Minal Avinash Wankhade

B.Sc, H.Sc.III

1st

2009-10

Name of the Students

Examination

Order of Merit

Miss.Pradnya Prabhakar Deshmukh

M.Sc H.Sc II F&N

1st

Miss. Lina Kamalkishor Kabra

M.Sc H.Sc II F&N

2nd

Miss. Anjali Prabhakar Ingle

M.Sc H.Sc II F&N

3rd

Miss. Pallavi Radheshyam Laddha

B.A III

1st

Miss. Rashmi Ravindra Pande

B.Com III

1st

Miss. Bharti Gopaldas Katariya

B.Com III

3rd

Miss. Sharada Saourkar

B.Com III

7th

Miss. Prajakta Mohan Hasabnis

M.A II Music

1st

Miss. Ashvini Ashok Nandapure

M.A. II Sanskrit

2nd

Miss. Swati Shivrao Deshmukh

M.A. II Sanskrit

2nd



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