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5.3.2 Furnish the details of major student achievements in co-curricular, extracurricular and cultural activities at different levels: University / State / Zonal / National / International, etc. for the previous four years.

Youth festivals are organized ever year. The objective of the Festival is to provide an opportunity to the youth to exhibit their skills and talents in the field of culture, literary, fine arts and other activities on a common platform and to promote integration and communal harmony among youth belonging to different communities. The winners in various items of competition in district and state level are selected to participate in the National Youth Festival organized by Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports Government of India every year.



Youth Festival:

Year

Venue

No.of Participents

Events

Professor incharge

2010-11

25-9-10 to

28-09-10


Dr. Babasaheb Nandurkar College of Physical Education, Yawatmal

24

Folk Dance, Rap Song Elocation, Debate, One Act Play, Skit, Mime, On spot Painting, Rangoli.Quize Light Music

Mr. Chapke,

Mr. Sagane,

Mr. Vite,

Mr. Alasi,

Mr. Bawaskar,

Miss. Nagpurkar,

Mr. tayade


20011-12

22-09-11 to

25-09-11


Sant Gadgebaba Amravati University

26

Folk Dance, Rap Song Elocation, Debate, One Act Play, Skit, Mime, On spot Painting, Rangoli.Quize Light Music

Manager:

Dr. Mrs. D. N Pande,

Mr. A. P Nimbalkar

Assistants

Mr. Chapke,

Mr. Sagane,

Mr. Vite,

Mr. Alasi,

Mr. Bawaskar,

Miss.Nagpurkar,




2012-13













2013-14

25-09-2013 to 28-09-2013



Degree College for Physical Education

23

Folk Dance, Rap Song Elocation, Debate, One Act Play, Skit, Mime, On spot Painting, Rangoli.Quize Light Music

Manager :-

Dr. Mrs. D. N Pande,

Mr. A. P Nimbalkar,

Assistant:-

Prof. Dr. Mundre

Miss. Nagpurkar





5.3.3 How does the college seek and use data and feedback from its graduates and employers, to improve the performance and quality of the institutional provisions?

The institute has a clearly set and well-defined mechanism of obtaining the feedback from the students to improve the performance and quality of the institutional provisions. The Internal Quality Assurance Cell collects the exitlevel feedback from the graduates regarding learning processes. The PG departments have developed a link on the facebook to obtain online feedback of its students, who are employed in various organizations. The inputs obtained from the students are further used to improve the overall performance and quality of the institutional provisions.


5.3.4 How does the college involve and encourage students to publish materials like catalogues, wall magazines, college magazine, and other material? List the publications/ materials brought out by the students during the previous four academic sessions

The college promotes creativity amongst students by encouraging them to publish materials like Wall magazine, News Bulletin:



  • A major publication of the college is Surabhi the annual college magazine comprising different languages and subject section. Creative endeavours like articles, stories, poems by students find a place of prominence in the magazine. Besides providing an opportunity to publish their creation, the magazine also involves them as Student Editors in all the areas of its publication right from editing, designing to printing.

  • A number of teaching departments in the college have also put up their Wall Magazine whose display is handled totally by the students of different classes in rotational manner.


5.3.5 Does the college have a Student Council or any similar body? Give details on its selection, constitution, activities and funding.

Yes, the College has a Student Council consisting of 45 members belonging tovarious faculties and subjects. Student’s representative council is constituted as per the section 40(2), b Maharashtra University act 1994 the provision late down in the SGB Amravati university ordinance and the selection is made as follows:



  1. Students having highest percentage of marks in each class ( 1 from 100) students is nominated by the principal as a class representative

  2. One representative is nominated by the principal from the categories like best NCC cadet, best NSS cadet, cultural activities, participation in sports and games and one principal’s representative.

3) Nominated class representatives elect the secretary of college council by election procedure and preferential voting system is adopted and the meeting is held under the chairmanship of principal. During session 2013-14Miss Rashmi Ghuge is elected by SRC representatives as secretary of student college council. Shri V L. Agrawal is Professor Incharge of SRC

Major Activities:

The Council helps the college administration in many ways



  • Students perform discipline duties daily in their free periods

  • They help the teaching faculty in numerous ways right from reception of the guests, hospitality, discipline to decoration during the organizations of various conferences, seminars and other functions

  • The Council forms a bridge between the students and administration especially the Principal. This helps in promoting healthy atmosphere in the College

The Council plays a major role in the organization of social gathering, celebration of foundation of the society and celebration of birth anniversary of our founder president late Mataji Smt. Radhadeviji Goenka, teacher’s day programme.

Funding:

The working of the Council does not involve any major finances whatever little there are borne by the college.


5.3.6 Give details of various academic and administrative bodies that have student representatives on them.

Various academic and administrative bodies which have student representation:

Administrative Bodies:

  • Library Committee

  • Reception Committee

  • Discipline Committee

ii. Academic: Literary Societies /Clubs/ Subject Societies, Editorial Board
Activities:

  • Cultural functions like talent hunt organized by the students.

  • Cultural functions of different societies organized by students.

  • Picnic and educational visits are organized.

  • Plantation Drives organized.

  • Blood Donation camp organized.

  • Social Outreach activities organized.

  • Counseling on Coping with Stress and examinations stress organized.

Editorial Board: The Editorial Board comprises of Chief Editors, Editorand Students Editors. The Board invites writing from students and teachers and publishes them in the form of magazine annually.

Extra-Curricular Committee: This Committee is constituted to promote the cultural activities among the students. Culturally talented students are spotted by Committee members and the efforts are made to develop their skills and talents by encouragement, right training and performances. The committee consists of 5members, two of which are students.

  • Library Advisory Committee: This committee consists of 11 members. 8 are from the teaching faculty. The Librarian and two students are a part of it. This Committee is constituted under the headship of the Faculty members who are in charge of the library. The Committee is responsible for the maintenance of library books and journals, easy access of the students to the library facilities, students’ facilities in the library such as reading rooms, uninterrupted power supply, opening and closing times of library, availability of daily news papers and the maintenance of library records. Suggestions are invited from the students and other readers for making the library atmosphere congenial.

5.3.7 How does the institution network and collaborate with the Alumniand former faculty of the Institution.

The college alumni committee meets once or twice a year. The committees isalways in touch with the members of the alumni club various activities taken up in the college are uploaded on Web Site of the college. The committee is also concerned about the teachers and staff of the non-teaching who have retired. The retired faculty is also invited in the meetings.



Any other relevant information regarding Student Support and Progressionwhich the college would like to include.
CRITERION VI: GOVERNANCE, LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT

6.1 Institutional Vision and Leadership

6.1.1 State the vision and mission of the Institution and enumerate on how the mission statement defines the institution’s distinctive characteristics in terms of addressing the needs of the society, the students it seeks to serve, institution’s traditions and value orientations, vision for the future, etc.?

Our Vision:

Empowerment of women through economic independence for betterment of society.”



Our Mission

To Impart Holistic Education to the Girl Students in order to transform them into Empowered, Efficient and Capable of Self Earning: Individuals Family Members and Citizens in their future lives.”



  1. The institution lays emphasis on holistic education for girl students so that they gate both theoretical and practical knowledge and at the same time they develop the ability in themselves to apply the knowledge appropriately in different stages of their life.

  2. The institutions’ tradition and values are summed up as RDG cultural i.e. Real Development of Girls Character, Uprightness, Love, Tolleranee, Unity, Real Education.

  3. It is the endeavour of the college to amalgamate the good traditions and values from the olden days and the modern era. The students are definitely benifitted by such amalgamation.

  4. Today’s girl students are tomorrow’s not only citizen of the nation but also the real nuclei of their families. The institution through its mission empowers its students to appropriately fulfill needs of the society, as well.

  5. The institution is well aware of the good changes in the society and needs of the families. Therefore, it encourages and guides the girl students to inculcate habbites and practices of planning, leadership and self reliance, so that they become capable of employment, enterprenership, small scale units etc.

  6. The institution strives to pay more attention and efforts towardas a reasonably large section of its girl students who come from nearby rural areas, belong to economically weaker section of society and underprivileged segments of society. Benefits of education are offered to all without fixing any cut off percentage of marks.

  7. The college makes concerned efforts for effectively implementing new schemes invitiated by government/university authorities especially those that are beneficial for girls.

Vision and mission are communicated in the following manners:

  • Stated in the college prospectus.

  • Printed on the display boards.

  • Principal and members of management convey the same in their speeches.

  • Through the holistic education that the college imparts.

  • By establishing Gandhian Study Centre, Women Empowerment Cell, Placement cell etc.

Vision and missions statement is translated into activities in the following ways:

  • Physical Development:

Sports and Games have a special place in this Institution. Importance of physical

fitness is appropriately stressed upon.



  • Intellectual Development:

Academic excellence and building intellectual capacity to search for truth and knowledge is the primary focus of the institution. Regular classes, exposure program, update of knowledge by guest lectures, study forums, library update are some of the activities in pursuit of this aspect of development.

  • Social Development:

Is achieving through NSS, NCC and Extention activities.

  • Career development: guidance and counseling is provided to the students by organizing guest lectures of expert’s persons and also workshops for personality development and placement training and interview techniques.

  • Computer skill and development:

Computer centre of the college has prepared modules for students and staff

And they are trained in the different aspect of computer work and skills.



  • Spiritual development:

The institution respects every religion and different programs arearranged to inculcate values of life. Gandhian study centre further adds to the holistic nature of education given in this college. Education is notmerely a tool to make a living but also to learn the art of living is also taught through different activities.

  1. 6.1.2 What is the role of top management, Principal and Faculty in design and implementation of its quality policy and plans?

RDG College is managed by Bhartiya Seva Sadan, which is a registered body. The Management, Principal and faculty members work in conjunction to formulate and implement its quality policy and plans for assurance and sustenance of quality in higher education. The Principal, the academic and administrative head of the institution, is an ex-officio member of the managing committee and evolves strategies for academic growth within the purview of university/government regulations. The faculty members participate actively in policy making and application through two representatives in the college‘s managing committee. Various committees such as Construction Committee, Advisory Committee, Examination Committee, also have teachers’ representatives. These committees meet prior to the management meeting, discuss various matters within their purview (like implementation of programmes, infrastructural facilities, fee structure etc) and present their reports and recommendations to the Head of the institution.

During the Management meeting, the Principal`s report is reviewed by the members of the Managing Committee. A thorough discussion ensues, valuable suggestions are offered and final resolutions are taken of implementation for the development of the college. Actions taken on recommendations from the previous meeting are also reviewed to monitor the progress and take necessary action. The head of the institution communicates the policy decisions to the faculty members in the staff meetings. The college follows a policy of inclusiveness. The administrative staff is also entrusted with responsibilities. A list of infrastructure requirements from Departments are submitted to the Principal, which after careful scrutiny, is included in the annual budget and implemented during the summer vacation.

The Principal is the Head of the Institution and she bears the ultimate responsibility for the smooth running of the College. The role of the Principal of the College is multi-dimensional. As the Head of the Institution, the Principal is responsible for both the academic and administrative functioning of the College.


  1. To prepare the agenda for management committee’s meetings. She presents academic and administrative matters for the committee approval.

2. She is responsible for executing the decisions taken by the committee.

3. She is also responsible for correspondence with university, joint director office, UGC and Maharashtra government office etc.

4. Records of scohlorships, cash book, ledger, fees collection, salary, UGCgrants are counter checked by her.

5. Office administration is controlled by her.

6. The Principal receives reports from the different College Committees, which offer advice to her in matters defined in the terms of reference of their functions.

The management encourages the participation of the staff in the process of decision-making in institutional functioning. Both teachers and non-teaching staff have their representatives in the College managing Committee, which is its highest decision-making body. The College has constituted different Committees with teachers and members of the non-teaching staff which play an important role in the planning and implementation of activities in different spheres of institutional functioning. The personal interaction of the Principal with various stakeholders, the faculty, the non teaching staff, the students, the guardians plays an important role in this. This apart, information available in student feedback forms and information available in self-appraisal forms of teachers helps the authorities to plan proper support for the policies. The participatory role of the management encourages and sustains the involvement of the college staff, which is necessary for the efficient and effective running of the College.


6.1.3 What is the involvement of the leadership in ensuring?

The policy statements and action plans for fulfillment of the stated mission

Formulation of action plans for all operations and incorporation of the same into the institutional strategic plan.

Interaction with stakeholders

Proper support for policy and planning through need analysis research inputs and consultations with the stakeholders

Reinforcing the culture of excellence

Champion organizational change

The Management gives enlightened leadership to the Principal, who in turn leads the college for the fulfillment of the stated mission.



Leadership by the Managing Committee:

The Management Committee meets twice a year. Different subcommittees constituted by the Management– (Heads of Departments), Academic Affairs Committee, Construction Committee and Finance Committee – discuss all matters within their purview and present their reports and recommendations to the Principal, who table the suggestions before the Managing Committee. The issues are discussed and final resolutions are adopted for implementation. The fee structure, proposals on infrastructure facilities, funds received and the expenditure incurred, are all presented in detail in the Managing Committee meeting by the Principal of the college. The committee ensures financial accountability and gives suggestions for better financial management if needed. The annual budget of the preceding academic year is presented in the Managing Committee meeting together with the proposed developmental plans for the succeeding year. The audited statement of accounts and the balance sheet is also presented in the Meeting. The annual developmental plan of the college, all academic and administrative matters are discussed and finalised at the meeting.

The members of the Managing Committee are accessible by phone and in person for any guidance required by the officers of the college.

Leadership by Administrative Team

The college has a dynamic administrative team comprising of the Coordinator-

NAAC, coordinator IQAC, vice principal (2) heads of the departments , registrar and office superintendent The Principal is available to discuss the academic and other responsibilities, new plans of the departments, and any difficulty or challenge faced by the Heads of the Departments and individual faculty members.

The Accountant of the college is in charge of the accounting section of the college. He monitors the expenditure in accordance with the provisions made in the budget or by the resolutions of the Committee. He works with the Principal to expedite the follow up on developmental plans and implement various welfare schemes for teaching and non-teaching staff.

The meetings of the different components of the administrative team to plan and

Review the various aspects of college functioning is scheduled in advance throughout the academic year:

IQAC - The Internal Quality Assurance Cell meets every semester to review theexisting courses, design new curriculum in view of the changing educational scenario and discuss the extent of implementation of the annual plan.

The curricular and co-curricular programmes of the college are effectively carried out by specific committees constituted for the purpose. The Principal delegates the duties to the faculty members in accordance with their expertise and interest. Excellence is our motto. The quest for excellence is sustained and ensured through meticulous planning and implementation of the various schemes adopted. Each department is required to make annual departmental plan at the beginning of every academic year and submit it to the Principal for suggestions for implementation. Academic Audit Committee monitors the implementation of the year plan in letter and spirit. Lapse, if any, is rectified.

Financial allotment for every department is made by the Principal in consultationwith the Bursar based on the enrollment and the need of the department. This amount is used for the purchase of equipment and books, faculty training andworkshops/ seminars at the department level.

Feedback is facilitated by the IQAC and Academic Audit Committee every yearfor all faculty members who is later assessed by the Principal. The faculty members, whose performance is below the desired minimum level of expectancy, are counseled by the Principal.Continuous improvement in the academic processis ensured through participation in seminars and conferences at national and international level. The Principal constantly deputes faculty members for various seminars /conferences at the national/international level to enable the faculty to update their knowledge base and be exposed to the recent trends in higher education.



Interaction with Stakeholders

The college makes conscious efforts to build a healthy relationship with its stakeholder’s namely-Students, parents, alumni, industry.



Students

Interaction with the student body is initiated with the Foundation Programme to orient and induct the student body into RDG culture and make them feel as a part of the institution. Morning Assembly sessions is further used to make them feel as a part of the institution.

A time slot is made available for the students to meet the Principal. The Principal also meets the members of the Student Council as and when needed to address any matter of concern pertaining to the student body. All students approach the Principal and Vice Principal for matters related to their attendance and the consequent eligibility to appear for formative and summative exams and the official work.




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