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2011-12

Name of the Students

Examination

Order of Merit

Miss. Sonal T. Kame

B.Sc H.Sc III

1st

Miss. Avantika Gawande

M.Sc H.Sc II F&N

2nd

Miss. Huma Shakil Shekh

M.Sc H.Sc II F&N

3rd

Miss. Vidhya Pradip Joshi

M.A II Sanskrit

3rd

Miss. Snehal Joshi

B.Com III

4th

Miss. Sapana Ganesh Nimbole

B.A III

9th

Miss. Almas Mehafus Ahamad

B.A III

Highest mark in English literature & awarded Gold & Silver Medal & cash Prize

2010-11

DEPTT. & CLASSES

COLLEGE PASS %

UNI. PASS

%AGE

B.A I

14.43

-

B.A II

37

-

B.A III

51.26

-

B.Com I

49.46

-

B.Com II

46.20

-

B. Com III

53.16

-

B.Sc.(H.Sc) I

64

-

B.Sc.(H.Sc) II

43.75

-

B.Sc.(H.Sc) III

92.31

-


2011-12

DEPTT. & CLASSES

COLLEGE PASS %

UNI. PASS

%AGE

B.A I

25.70

-

B.A II

30.32

-

B.A III

54.18

-

B.Com I

55.13

-

B.Com II

54.60

-

B.Com III

64.86

-

B.Sc. H.Sc. I

81.57

-

B.Sc. H.Sc. II

87.50

-

B.Sc. H.Sc. III

70

-

M.A I (Home.Eco)

75

-

M.AII(Home Eco)

80

-

M.A I (Sociology)

52.94

-

M.A II (Sociology)

50

-

M.A I (Sanskrit)

100

-

M.A II (Sanskrit)

66.66

-

M.A I (Music)

100

-

M.A II (Music)

50

-

M.Sc I (F&N)

100

-

M.Sc II (F&N)

100

-

M.A I (Pol. Sci)

18.18

-

M.A II (Pol. Sci)

33.33

-

M.A II(Philosophy)

50

-

M.Com. II Semi

31.48

-

M.Com. IV Semi

90

-

2012-13

DEPTT. & CLASSES

COLLEGE PASS %

UNI. PASS%

B.A I

23.18

-

B.A II

37.30

-

B.A III

43.28

-

B.Com I

51.57

-

B.Com II

59.88

-

B.Com III

72.05

-

B.Sc. H.Sc. I

81.85

-

B.Sc. H.Sc. II

73.52

-

B.Sc. H.Sc. III

92

-

M.A I (Home.Eco)

80

-

M.AII(Home Eco)

75

-

M.A I (Sociology)

57

-

M.A II (Sociology)

71

-

M.A I (Sanskrit)

16.66

-

M.A II (Sanskrit)

100

-

M.A I (Music)

0

-

M.A II (Music)

0

-

M.Sc I (F&N)

83

-

M.Sc II (F&N)

100

-

M.A I (Pol. Sci)

20

-

M.A II (Pol. Sci)

16.6

-

M.A II(Philosophy)

0

-

M.Com. II Semi

42

-

M.Com. IV Semi

60

-

In this world of competition, high academic standards mainly determine the stature and popularity of an educational institution. A review of these results reveals that our scholars have established academic supremacy in the University examination. In keeping with the glorious traditions the performance of our students in university examination is consistently brilliant. A large number of our students have been placed on merit and secured top positions in the university examination. These results have been obtained year after year owing to the determined labor of our students, discipline of the college, excellent guidance and pedagogical skills of the teachers, unparalleled facilitie provided by the well stocked library and e-learning facilities in the automated college campus provided by the Management. Such brilliant achievements of our student’s make our college a premier institution.



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

The institution facilitates student progression to higher level of education or towards employment through the proper placements in all the fields so that the students get the job as well as the chance of higher education. Placement drives are organized and MNCs are invited. Lectures on Career opportunities available after graduation/post-graduation in Arts, Commerce, and Home- Sciences and Humanities are organized from time to time to ensure proper placements.

Various seminars on ―Job Opportunities in Hardware, Networking and Banking were organized. Eminent personalities from diverse field of education are invited to interact with the students. The personality of the student enhances after working and also provides secure future. Personality development programmes are also available to maximise the potential of the students and ensure progression to higher level of education or employment.

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

The dropout rate after admission in regular courses is negligible. Socioeconomic, cultural and psychological issues are the main reason for the drop out factor. To deal with the socio-cultural problems, the counseling cell and grievance cell address the problems of the students and counsel the parents too. There are a number of teachers in the college who extend financial support to the needy students.

The college makes an effort to minimize the dropout rate by:


  • Conducting two House tests to enable the students to clear the conditions lay down by the university.

  • Holding a Special Test for those who were not able to take the exam due to participation in Youth Festival or due to medical reasons to facilitate the students to complete the course.

  • Organizing/ Holding Remedial Classes for weak students to facilitate completion of the course.

  • Organizing special lectures on the spoken language to address the issue of fluency in English.

  • Offering Stipends / scholarships to the needy and deserving students.

  • Giving liberal concessions to the economically backward students.

  • Issuing books from the Book Bank to the meritorious and needy students.

5.3 Student Participation and Activities

5.3.1 List the range of sports, games, cultural and other extra curricular activities available to students. Provide details of participation and program calendar.

The college is proud to give this country some best sports personalities. Our players have represented India in National Games and Asian Women (Under 19) too. Our present players, the proud recipients of this magnificent past, endeavor earnestly to enrich the Vidyalaya‘s legacy even further, contributing their share of wins and victories every year.

Selection Trials are held in May/ June by College in which teams are selected.

The sequence of participation in different sports competition is as follows:

1) Inter College, All India Inter University.

2) District Level Competition, State Level, Junior National, Senior National, Federation Cup, International competitions.

All these competition take place depending on the calendar issued by All India Inter Varsity Association, District, State, National & International bodies’ of various games.

The college has since long times been participating in various inter university, university level tournaments and Youth festival programmes organized by Sant Gadgebaba Amravati University. The college participates in the competition which is organized by Amravati University. In every Session, University arranges sports competitions at Universityand inter-university levels. The college also participates actively in state level and national level competitions.

The calendar of these activities is issued every year by SGBAU, Amravati. Basic amenities, hostels, mess and transport facilities to its deserving students. Ample scholarships are also given.

A spacious play ground is available for outdoor games i.e. Basket ball, Kho-Khoetc. in the college campus. Facilities for the sports like Badminton, Table Tennis, Chess, and Carrom etc. are provided to students in the college campus only.




Game

All India Inter University

National Women

Sports Festival

Any Other

2009-10

Vollyball

12

-

-

Swimming

03

-

-

Table Tennis

05

-

-

kabaddi

12




-

Basket Ball

04

-

-

Judo

04 (One Gold Medalist)

-

-

raselling

01

Participated at National Level Competition

-

Color holders in Criket

  1. Ku. Ayesha Manohar Pagrut.

  2. Ku. Sahida Lalkha Khan.

  3. Ku. Kiran Prakash Mundhre.

  4. Ku. Ritu Anil Mishra.

NCC

Every year students of the college find in representation in RD parade and Army camp held at New Delhi.

Ku. Manisha Ingle And Ku. Pooja Dubey has represented the college in National integrity camp held at Nagaland.

Ku. Shivani Chavan, Ku. Anusaya Rathod and Ku. Esha Nand has represented Maharashtra State in NIC Camp held at Orrisa (Bhuvaneshwar).

Ku. Sampada Sontakke got first prize for participation in the medical camp held at Pune.

Ku. Sharada Pagrut has participated in the Republic Day camp and PM Rally.



Ku. Ashvini Kamble has participated in Thal Sena Camp and was selected as a best cadate in the firing.

2010-2011

Vollyball

10







Swimming

02







Table Tennis

12







kabaddi

08







Basket Ball

06







Judo

06







raselling

04







2011-12

Vollyball

06







Swimming

02







Table Tennis

04







kabaddi

04







Basket Ball

05







Judo

02







raselling

02







20113

Vollyball

06







Swimming

02







Table Tennis

04







kabaddi

04







Basket Ball

05







Judo

02







raselling

02










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