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ANNUAL QUALITY ASSURANCE REPORT OF

Bhartiya Seva Sadan’s

Smt. Radhadevi Goenka College for Women, Akola

Year of Report: - 2010-11

Part A

Action plan for quality enhancement:-

  • Report of various working committees was analysed and necessary changes were made in the planning.

  • Infrastructure facility has been extended and construction of 12class rooms on the first floor is in progress with financial assistance of the management.

  • Created more opportunities for Faculty Students interaction.

  • More computers were added to computer lab.

  • Power point presentation was practiced.

  • Evaluation of teachers was conducted.

  • Unit test terminal and the test examinations were conducted and the students were given the feedback.

  • All the activities of the college were run as scheduled in academic calendar.

  • MRP were made compulsory for all the teachers.

Part B

1. Activities reflecting the goals and objectives of the institution:

  • Physical Development :-

Sports and Games have a special place in this Institution. The Institution takes every care in all round development of the students.

  • Intellectual Development

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

  • Social Development: is achieved through NSS, NCC activities and Extension committee and value Education committee.

  • Career development Guidance and counselling is provided to the students by organizing guest lecture of expert’s persons. Work Shop was organised to teach Interview Technique and Personality development Guest lectures were organised on the topic how to prepare for various competitive examinations.

  • Computer skills Development:- Computer centre of the college has prepared modules for students and staff and they are trained in various aspects of computers operating.

  • Spiritual Development:­- This institution respects every religion. Different program are arranged to inculcate values of life in the students. Gandhian thought study centre further adds to it. The holistic education is given in this college not merely as a tool to make a living but art of living is also taught through different activities. Celebration of Guru pornima, Sharada usstav and holding assembly (mass prayer) are important features of the college.

2. New academic programmes initiated (UG and PG): New Professional courses like BBA, BCA, MCM, and M.Com were introduced.

3. Innovations in curricular design and transaction: Semester pattern has beenintroducedat B. Sc. I Home Science level as well as for M.Com. I and II level.Semester pattern has been extended in B.sc Part I, II, III Home-Science & B.com Part I, II,III and three elective subjects like personality development, communication skilland Yoga were introduced atB.Sc part I home science level.

4. Inter – disciplinary Program started: Nutrition counselling programs for thebenefit of the Commerce and Arts students has been started byDr. Anjali Rajwade and Dr.Kumudini Dhore and students.

5. Examination reforms implemented: Six Unit test, Terminal Examinations and Test Examinations were conducted regularly and study materials, Question Papers were computerized. Performance was communicated to the students.

6. Candidates qualified: NET/SET/GATE etc. 4 candidates cleared NET.

7. Initiative towards faculty development programme:

  • Three teachers were deputed for Ph. D. work in 11 plan of UGC under FIP scheme.

  • Teachers were granted duty leaves for University work as well as to participate in seminar workshops and conferences.

  • Eligible teachers were relieved to joint Refreshers courses and Orientations program.

  • Pay fixation of teaching and non teaching staff was done as per 6th pay commission.

8. Total number of seminars/workshops conducted: One work shop was conducted for non teaching staff. State level, conference in the subject of Music and Economics were organized by the college. A workshop on environmental protection was organizedfor two days and Dr. Rajabhau Bhuyar was the chief Guest.

9. Research project:

a) Newly implemented: 19 (MRP) submitted to UGC WRO Pune and were approved.

S.N.

Department

Name

No.

Major/Minor

Funding Agency

Amount Rs.

Status

1

Home Science Faculty

Dr.Anjali Rajwade

1

Minor

UGC

75,000

Completed & utilization certificates are submitted

2

Library Science

Shri. R G. Baheti

1

Minor

UGC

70,000

-

3

Home Economics

Dr. Radha Sawajiyani

1

Minor

UGC

60,000

-

4

Music

Mrs. Dhanashri Pande

1

Minor

UGC

1,10,000

-

5

Music

Mrs. Dr. Archana Ambhore

1

Minor

UGC

1,10,000

-

6

Marathi

Shri N T. Gharat

1

Minor

UGC

1,20,000

-

7

Pol. Sci

Shri. V B. khaire

1

Minor

UGC

1,60,000

-

8

Commmerce

Miss. S.D Kalamka1r

1

Minor

UGC

1,00,000

-

9

Physical Education

Mrs.S P. Mendhe

1

Minor

UGC

1,20,000

-

10

Chemistry

Shri. V L. Agrawal

1

Minor

UGC

50,000

-

11

English

Shri. R S. Nitnaware

1

Minor

UGC

80,000

-

12

Biology

Mrs. M V. Kalne

1

Minor

UGC

1,05,000

-

13

Home Science

Mrs. P K. Ingle

1

Minor

UGC

75,000

-

14

History

Shri. R N. Mundre

1

Minor

UGC

30,000

-

15

Philophy

Shri. A p. Shingade

1

Minor

UGC

1,20,000

-

16

Home Science

Mrs. Dr. K R. Dhore

1

Minor

UGC

1,40,000

-

10. Patents generated, if any:

11. New collaborative research programmes:

  • 19 MRP in different subjects have been approved by UGC and the work is in the progress.

  • Four students are working under the guidance of Dr. Miss. Mankar and registered for Ph. D.

12. Research grants received from various agencies: - Grants received from UGC

MRP. = 95,000

FIP = 5,03,629

Teachers Fellowship = 5,48,629

13. Details of research scholars: 3 teachers were deputed for Ph. D. Studies under faculty development scheme in 11th plan of UGC.

14. Citation index of faculty members and impact factor: Research papers of faculty members has been published in the national and international journals with good impact factors as well as on the website presently the institution does not possess advanced software sophisticated enough to assess the citation index and the impact factor some of the research papers cited in journal with good impact factor are as under.

Sr. No

Name of Teacher

Name of Journal

Impact factor

Paper Published

1.

V. L. Agrawal

Rasayan international journal of Chemistry

0.2

03

2.

Dr. Mrs. Archana Ambhore

ISRJ

GRP


ISRJ

Review of Research

GRT


0.21

1.2018


0.2105

0.176


1.2018

01

01

03



01

03


3.

Dr. Mrs. Anjali Rajwade

Indian J. of applied research

Global J. of research analysis

Indian J. of Science research

Indian J. of research



2.1652

1.5408


1.8651

1.6714


01

01

01



01



  1. Honors/ Awards to the faculty:

Sr. No

Name of Teacher

Award received/Reorganization

1.

Dr. Mrs. V. V. Mohod

Appointed as a Principal in April 2010Author of the book life and work of Smt. Radhadeviji Goenka.

2.

Dr. Shahin Kazi


Guide for M. Phil and Ph. D. in subject of Urdu

Chairman board of studies in Urdu SGBAU.

3.

Dr. Miss. S. K. Mankar

Guide for M. Phil and Ph. D. in subject of EconomicsAuthor of the book Micro Economics.

4.

Shri. R. B. Nistane


Worked as an Officiating Principal of RDG collegePh. D. work in English is in progress and Thesis shall be submittedshortly.

5.

Shri. V. L. Agrawal


Registered for Ph. D.

Coordinator of NAAC

Coordinator Remedial coaching

Worked as Zonal officer during Parliamentary Elections of Akola region (2009) Worked as a OIC for varsity examinations.



6.

Mrs. Alka Bedekar

Chairman of board of studies in Sanskrit SGBAU.

7.

Mrs. Dr. Archana Ambhore

Awarded Ph. D. in MusicPresented programs on Doordarshan and RadioCoordinator for state level Music conferenceWorked as Resource personPublished several Research papers.

8.

Dr. N. L. Gondane

Awarded Ph. D. in MusicMember board of studies Marathwada University AurangabadGuide for M. Phil and Ph. D. in subject of Music.

9.

Dr. Mrs. Ujawala

Deshmukh


Awarded Ph. D. in Home Economic under FIP scheme.

10.

Dr. Mrs. Rumale

Awarded Ph. D. in Marathi underFIP scheme.

11.

Dr. Mrs. V. Khandekar

Awarded Ph. D. in Marathi under FIP scheme.

12.

Mrs.D. V. Pande

Awarded Ph.D. in Music under FIP schemeManager for youth Festival Team of the collegePresented Kirtans and Eknath Bharudi for masses.

13.

Mrs. Shalini Bung

Deputed for Ph.D. (English) under FIP scheme 11th plan.

14.

Shri. U. P. Patil

Deputed for Ph.D. (English) under FIP scheme 11th plan.

15.

Shri. R. S. Mundre

Deputed for Ph.D. (History) under FIP scheme 11th plan.

16.

Shri. S. W. Wadhone

Working as a Vice Principal (Sr.)

17.

Shri. G. W. Wakade

Working as a Vice Principal (Jr.)

18.

Shri. S. M. Gadiya

News reporter for Lokmat and Mattrubhumi local News papersDirector Gandhian studies centreMember, State Executive Council Bhartiya Jain Sanghatana PunePresident, Akola Dist. Press ClubPresident, Akola Dist. Press Club.

19.

Dr. V. R. Goenka

Member Indian Medical Association.

20.

Dr. Mrs. Anjali Rajwade

Honoured by Obestics and Gynecological Society AkolaAkola new Priyadarshani ClubGuest lecture on shaping the child organized by IMAGuest lecture on Fitness first organized by health clubGuest lecture at Police training Centre Akola on topic Nutrition Health and StressInterview Published by new media of seminar held at IndoreHonored for Madhumeha MODEMProject coordinator Exhibition on Nutrition in DiabetesHonored by Maheswari Samaj Trust and Maheswari Medicojs

Guest lecture for Public forum on womens heath after 40

Engaged in Nutritional consultancy (Hon)

Published Articles in Lokmat releated with children diet and Diabetes

Honoured by Obestics and Gynecological Society and Raptakos Brett and co-limited

Panel Member Menopause Recent Trends in management



Educational Material accepted by Red Cross Society.

21.

Shri. V. V. Khaire

Published Articles in Lokmat related with Politics in Parliamentary elections in Akola Dist.

    • Guest lecture on different topics like Youth Politics, Democracy.

    • Member of DATA.

    • Registered for Ph. D. Work.

    • Counseling in rural areas.




22.

Shri. Nimbalkar

Member of Akhil Bharatiya Gandharva Mandal Mumbai

23.

Shri. Supalkar


Recorded Cassette of Bhajans on Tukdoji Maharaj Radio Artist.

24.

Shri. V. V. Tayade

Published articles in local news paper Matrubhumi on Social reformer late Shri. Gadage Maharaj and late Mataji Smt. Radhadeviji Goenka

Article published in Souvenier on eve of Buddha Jayanti on the topic King Harshwardhans role in helping Buddha religion.



25.

Shri. R. G. Pawar

Elected as Chairman of salary earners Credit coop. Society of college

26.

Shri. Chapke

International Conference Udaypur.

27.

Mrs. K. R. Dhore.

Awarded M. Phil in 2008.

Honorary Member of



  • Women Redressel cell and MHAFSU Akola.

  • Academic council of SGBAU.

  • Coordinator Akola District Nutritionist Association.

  • Hon. Member of Mahila BAL Vikas Samiti Akola.

  • Hon. Member of Nutrition Society of India.

  • Hon. Member of Home Science Association of India.

  • Hon. Member of Indian Dietetic Association.

Work as a Resource Person.

16. Internal resources generated: Nil

17. Details of departments getting SAP, COSIST (ASSIST)/ DST, FIST, etc. assistance

/recognition: Nil

18. Community services:

  • They were achieved through NSS, NCCprogramme and extension and value Education committee. Medical awareness, importance of breast feeding for Children Aid awareness programmewas organized for villagers.

  • Eknath Bharudi and Kirtan were organized for masses by Dr. Mrs. Dhanshri Pande Lecturer in Music.

  • Environmental awareness of rally was organized as per the letter from SGBAU proposal of college was accepted for award and University team visited the college on 22-10-2010.

19. Teachers and officers newly recruited:- Nil

20. Teaching – Non teaching staff ratio: 29:16

21. Improvements in the library services:

  • Automation of Library was completed and 6 new computers were added.

  • Reading room facility was extended.

  • PG students were given free access to library.

  • Internet facility was provided to the staff and for researchers.

22. New books/journals subscribed and their cost: - UGC Books Amt. Rs. 49151

(215)


Gen. Books Amt. Rs. 52574

(233)


Fashion Designing books Amt. Rs. 19934

(25)


23. Courses in which student assessment of teachers INS introduced and the action taken on student feedback:

Assessment of teachers of B.A., B.Com and BSc. H.Sc.courses was carried out by the students. The feedback was collected and analysed and the necessary instruction was given to the teachers for improvements.



24. Unit cost of education:- Including salary component = 17997

Excluding salary component =1107



25. Computerization of administration and the process of admissions and examination results, issue of certificates:-

Admission process has been fully computerized. Receipt given to the students is also computerized.



Admission Process :- (UG)

  • Admissions to under graduate courses were started immediately after the declaration of result of XIIth Std. Examination.

  • Notice for admission were given in the news papers and also displayed on the Notice Board in the college.

  • To have a transparency in the admission students were admitted on the merit basis considering the marks of previous examination passed b y the students.

  • Cut off percentage for admission to under graduate courses is 35%.

  • Admission to the various reservation categories were made as per the govt. norm.

  • For admission to Arts, Commerce and Home-sciences there were different committee consisting of three to four members.

  • Admission form of the students and the documents required were checked by admission committee and direct admission were given to the students.

  • Enrolments forms were filled by the students at the time admission.

  • Fees structure laid down by Amaravati University was followed.

P. G. Admission:-

  • P. G. courses are run by the college on non grant basis.

  • Notice for admission were given in the news papers and also displayed on the Notice Board in the college.

  • To have a transparency in the admission students were admitted on the merit basis considering the marks of previous examination passed b y the students.

  • Cut off percentage for admission to post graduate courses is 50%Due to limited number of seats students are selected on merit basis and the list is approved by the Principal.

Examination Result:- Examination results of college for March 2010 are as under

UG. RESULT

PG. RESULT

CLASS

PERCENTAGE

CLASS

PERCENTAGE

B. Com. I

34.61

MA. Soc. I

44.00

B. Com. II

33.00

MA. Soc. II

87.50

B. Com. III

70.38

MCM I

83.00

B. A. I

20.42

MA. San. I

87.50

B. A. II

27.60

MA. San. II

71.00

B. A. III

43.35

MA. H, Eco. I

56.50

Bsc. H.Sc. I

40.00

MA. H. Eco. II

75.60

Bsc. H.Sc. II

22.22

MA. Music. I

66.60

Bsc. H.Sc. III

77.78

MA. Music. II

87.50

B. C. A.

40.00

M.A. I Marathi

-

B. B. A.

55.50

M.A. II Marathi

-

Nos. of students in first division

50.00

M.A. English I

-







M.A. English II

-







M.A. Philosophy I

-







M.A. Philosophy II

-







M.Sc. F&N I

72.73







M.Sc. F&N II

100







Political I

43.00







Political II

50.00







M. Com. I (Sem.I)

(Sem.II)


37.50

07.14







M. Com. II (Sem.III)

(Sem.IV)


57.14

100

26. Increase in the infrastructural facilities:-

  • Construction of the women hostel with a financial assistance from UGC in 10th plan was started as per the plan and estimates approved by UGC for this purpose a grant of Rs. 1 crore was sanctioned by UGC as a special scheme. Construction work is in progress.

  • Gandhian study centre (UGC Approved) was inaugurated with the hand of Shriman. Natwarlalji Chaudhary Sr. Member of Bhartiya Seva Sadan and freedom fighter.

  • Renovation of room for UGC resource network centre was carried out.

  • Plan and estimates for proposal of construction of ladies toilet and extension of reading room were approved by UGC and a grant of Rs. 2lacs and 9 lacs respectively was sanctioned by UGC.

  • New furniture was purchased for class room and amount of Rs. 180000/- was spend.

27. Technology upgradation: work of office automation and automation of library was initiated Rs. 16840 were spending for maintenance of the computers. DVD writer, Dot Matrix Printer and five new computers were added along with scanner.

28. Computer and internet access and training to teachers and students: Modules were prepared for the staff and the students to have basic knowledge of computer work 10teachers and 140 students took the advantage of it. Internet facility with Broad Band was made available for the staff.

29. Financial aid to students:-

In this academic session 25 poor students were exempted from the payment of cycle stand charges and college’s development fund and Rs. 17000 were collected from the staff and tuitions fees of 6 students were paid and books were given to 11th students.



30. Support from the Alumni Association and its activities:

  • Alumni Association was strengthened and more ex students were registered.

  • Ex students were invited in social gathering to present their own programs.

  • Alumni Association meeting were held twice in a academic session.

  • They were invited to share their experiences regarding the jobs.

31. Support from the Parent – Teacher Association and its activities:

  • Parents teachers’ association meeting was held in a session and parents were allowed to talk their difficulties.

  • The parents were also informing regarding the attendance of their wards in the classes.

  • Parents were invited in the prize distribution program and social gathering of the college.

32. Health services:-

  • Blood donation camp was arranged in the campus and 30 students have donated the blood.

  • Guest lecture by Dr. Deshmukh was organized on stress management.

  • Guest lecture by Dr. Mrs. Sandhya Joshi was organized on women diseases and their Health.

  • Anaemia and Diabetes Diagnostic camp was held in campus in collaboration with Govt. medical college and obestrics society and 300 students and 45 staff members were examined and were provided necessary consultant.

  • Medicinal Plant Garden was developed in the college campus by Mrs. M V. Kalne.

  • Slide show on the Green Home Technology was organized in the college and Dr. P L. Kale associate professor from PKV was Chief Guest for this program.

33. Performance in sports activities: Students have represented inter collegiate

Tournaments:



Game No. of Students

Volley ball 20

Table Tennis 06

Kabaddi 12





  1. Ku. Sahida Khan has represented as a vice captain of cricket team in inter university cricket tournament held at Gwalior (MP).

  2. Ku. Bhagyashree Masane has represented in the all India inter university table tennis competition held at Sagar (MP).



  • Colour Coat holders:- Ku. Bhagashri Rambhau Mesare was a colour coat holder in table tennis and in Cricket 4 Students were colour Coat holders in Cricket

1. Ku. Ayesha Nisarahmad Ansari. (capt.)

2. Ku. Sahida Lalkha Khan

3. Ku. Kiran Prakash Mundhre

4. Ku. Ritu Anil Mishra.



NCC Activities

  1. Ku. Seema Dongre was selected for RD parade held at New Delhi on 26 Jan 2011.

  2. Ku Amrapali Gopnarayan and Ku. Vijaya Gopnarayan, Ku. Babita Kamble have represented Maharashtra state in the NIC Camp held at GunturAndrapradesh and were awarded second prize.

  3. Ku. Ashwini Kamble was selected for participation in Army Camp and RD parade.

  4. Ku. Sharada pagrut participated in the RDC camp and participated in the guard of honour, and PM rally.

34. Incentives to outstanding sportspersons: 05 marks were given towards incentives marks for outstanding performanceshown by the students.

  • For participation in NSS activities for the whole year five marks were given.

  • Participation in camp 1 and camp 2 one mark is given.

  • Blood donation 2 marks.

  • Government field survey 5 marks.

  • For NCC 5 marks.

Student achievements and awards:

Sr.

No

Name of the students

Merit position

Class

1

Ku. Sweta Hitendra Gaglani

First merit

M.Sc. II H. Sc. F&N

2

Ku. Maryada Manohar Pendgaokar

Second merit

M.Sc. II H. Sc. F&N

3

Ku. Shraddha Arunrao Nandgaokar

Third merit

M.Sc. II H. Sc. F&N

4

Ku. Preeti manoharlal jotwani

First merit

B.Com III

5

Ku. Dhanashree Ashok Noval

Second merit

B.sc H.Sc III

6

Ku. Dipti Rajesh Agrawal

Third merit

M.A Eng

PRIZES GIVEN THROUGH ENDOWNMENT FUNDS

The following prizes were distributed to the various students on the basis of their academic performance.

Sr.No

Achievement

Amount.

Prize given by

1


For merit students


 

 


Gold Medal, silver medaland certificate given by college

2


For securing highest marks in B. A. III Exam.

151/-

 


Late Smt. Padmadeviji Goenka Memorial Prize given by Shriman N.K. Goenkaji.

3


For securing highest marks in B. Com III Exam.

151/-

 


Late Smt. Padmadeviji Goenka Memorial Prize given by Shriman N.K. Goenkaji.

4


For securing highest marks

in B. Sc. III H.S.C. exam



151/-

 


Late Smt. Padmadeviji Goenka Memorial Prize given by Shriman N.K. Goenkaji.

5


Highest mark is M.A. II Music exam.

 


101/-

 


Late Smt. Padmadeviji GoenkaMemorial Prize given by Shriman N.K. Goenkaji.

6


Highest marks M.A. II Sanskrit

 


101/-

 


Late Smt. Padmadeviji GoenkaMemorial Prize given by Shriman N.K. Goenkaji.

7


For securing highest marks in M.A.II Sociology

101/-

 


Late Smt. Padmadeviji GoenkaMemorial Prize given by Shriman N.K. Goenkaji.

8

For securing highest marks M. A. II Music.

101/-

Late Smt. Padmadeviji Goenka Memorial Prize given by Shriman N.K. Goenkaji.

9


For securing highest marksM.A Home-Economics

 

101/-


 




Late Smt. Padmadeviji Goenka Memorial Prize given by Shriman N.K. Goenkaji.

10


For securing highest marksM.Com II

101/-

 


Late Smt. Padmadeviji GoenkaMemorial Prize given by Shriman N.K. Goenkaji.

11


For securing highest marks M. A. II Political Science.

101/

 


Late Smt. Padmadeviji Goenka Memorial Prize given by Shriman N.K. Goenkaji.

12

For securing highest marks in M.A. II Philosophy highest marks.

101/-

Late Smt. Padmadeviji Goenka memorial prize

13

For securing highest marks M. A. II English.

 

101/-


Given by Shri. Kamalkishorji RungtaLate Smt. Padmadeviji Goenka

14

For Yogasan And Meditation

Two Prizes of 101 each

Late Smt. Radhadeviji Goenka memorial prize

15

For securing highest marks in Hindi sub. In B.A. III. Exam

 

351/-


Memorial Prize given by Shriman N.K. Goenkaji.Late Shriman Niranjankumarji Rungta Memorial Prize

16

For securing highest mark in Sanskrit in B. A. III exam.

100/-

 


Late Smt. Godhavaribai Modi Mem. Prize

 


17

For securing highest mark in Music in B. A. III Exam

100/-

Late Smt. Omeshwari Varma Mem. Prize.

18

For securing highest mark in Hindi in B. A. III .Exam.

100/-

 


Late Dr. Miss. Ramkishor ShrivastavaMem.Prize

19

For securing highest mark in Marathi in B. A. III Exam

100/-

Given by Ranvindra Bhagvat

20

For securing highest mark in Economics in B. A. III .Exam.

51/-

 


Late Smt. Shubhada Oke Mem. Prize.

 


21

For Maintnance of trees in campus

151/-

Given by M/s Savatram Agriculture firm

22

 

121/-

 

23

 

111/-

 

24

 

111/-

 

25

For securing highest mark in Hindi Lit. in B. A. III Exam.

saree of Rs. 101/-

 


Given in the memory of late shri Rameshwarlalji Agrawwal

26

For securing highest mark in B.Com IIIExam.

500/-

 


late Shri Vasantravji Naik Memorial Prize

 


27

For securing highest mark in B. A. III Exam. In Subject of Sanskrit Lit.

101/-

Late Smt. Nila Shukla Memorial Prize

28

For securing highest mark in B. A. II Exam in subject of Sanskrit Lit.

50/-

Given by Shri. Ramkishanji Jaju

29

for securing highest mark in B. A. III exam

150/-

Given by Smt. Sushilabai Shriram Mankar

30

for securing highest mark in B.com.III Exam.

150/-

Given by Smt. Sushilabai Shriram Mankar

31

for securing highest mark in B. Sc.III H.Sc.Exam.

125/-

Given by Smt. Sushilabai Shriram Mankar

32

for securing highest mark in M.A. II H.Eco.Exam.

 

Given by Smt. Sushilabai Shriram Mankar

33

for securing highest mark in B.A. III in Hindi Exam.

501/-

Late Shri. Vasantarao Sawale (Former Justice) Memorial Prize.

34

for securing highest mark in B.Com.III in Accountancy

101/-

Late Smt. Gitadevi Ramakishan Toshniwal Memorial Prize

35

for securing highest mark in M. A. II Exam (Home Economics)

165/-

Late Smt. Savitrideviji Mukharjee Memorial Prize. Given by Dr, Sneha Mahajani

36

For securing highest mark in B. A. III Exam in sub. of History

151/-

Late Shri. P. N. Laharia Memorial Prize.

37

For securing highest mark in B. A. II Exam in sub of English Lit.

251/-

Given by Principal Dr. Mrs. Mohod in memory of late Shri.Babasahebji Mohod

38

For securing highest mark in B. A. II Exam in sub. Of History

101/-

Late Shri. Madhukar Munshi Memorial Prize.

39

Best NCC Cadet

 


151/-

 


Given by Elaben Chaudhari

 


40

For securing highest mark in M. A. II Exam. in sub. of Home Economics

1001/-

Late miss. Vaishali Shinde Memorial Prize.

41

For securing highest mark in B. A. III Exam in sub. of Philosophy

500/-

Given by Staff Member Shri Ajay Shingade

36. Activities of the Guidance and Counselling Cell:

  • Students were given guidance for various competitive examinations through the guest lecturers of expert person similarly study materials for MPSC, UPSC, Banking Examinations was given through library.

37. Placement service provided to students:-

Placement cell of the college is active and forty different companies were invited to campus for job placement. 300 students were screened and 45 students were selected for the jobs.



38. Development programmes for non-teaching staff:

  • Non teaching staff members were given computer training.

  • They were permitted to join the work shop and the camps organized by joint director office Amravati regions.

39. Best practices of the institution:

  • Some of the poor students were exempted from the payment of the college development fund and cycle stand charges.

  • 30 trees were planted in the college campus.

  • Fairwel programmes were arranged for the staff member which were retired through the fund contributed by teaching and non-teaching staff.

  • Wel-come functions were arranged for new students which were admitted to the college.

  • Concept of the gardian teacher has been introduced and 20 students are allowted per teacher in order to understand problem and difficulties of the students.

  • Cultural programmes like One Act Play, Classical Dances, Mimicry, Group Dances, and Fashion Show were organized by the students at the time of social gathering of the college. It provides the platform for the students.

  • Mass assembly was regularly conducted on every Tuesday.

  • Cement concrete benches obtained from donors were installed in the campus for the students.

  • Permanent staff were given emergency loan facility for Rs. 20000/- , long term loan of Rs. 400000/-, and grain advance of Rs. 20000/-through Credit society of the college.

  • Savitridevi Mukharji intercollegiate debate competition was held in memory of our founder principal and 30 students were participants and running trophy was awarded by the college to the winner team.

  • Information Technology workshop at district level was held.

  • Workshop on Right to information act was organized.

  • Rally on AID awareness was organized by NSS students.

  • Joy of Giving week was celebrated.

  • Earn while you learn scheme was implemented for 3 days Dr. Subhash Bhadange Principal of Shri. Shivaji College Akola visited the stalls and has appreciated the students.

  • Guru Poornima was celebrated as a mark of begigning of academic session.

  • Maharashtra day was celebrated on first of May. NCC cadets presented guard of honour and Principal Dr. Mrs. Mohod carried the flag hosting.

  • NSS camp was organized at adopted village Kanheri Sarap 10 km. from Akola 70 students have participated in the camp. Activities like cleaning of village, Morning Prayer, Medical Check up camp for villagers, guest lectures were conducted.

  • 68th Foundation Day of the society, 107th birth anniversary of founder president late Mataji Smt. Radhadeviji Goenka and the Social Gathering of the college was celebrated Shri. Dr. V. M. Mayande Vice Chancellor of PDKV Akola and Shri. Prakashraoji Pohare Director Nishant Bank was the guest of honours.

  • Inauguration of Gandhian study centre was held in October 2010. Dr. Shri Bhupendraprasadaji Modi HOD of Mahatma Gandhi International Hindi University Wardha was chief guest.

  • Shri. V. B. Gadre donated the blood for 55th times.

  • Home Sc. Form was inaugurated and Dr. Mrs. Asha Mirage was chief guest.

  • Madhumeh MODEM awarness Program was conducted by Dr. Mrs. Anjali Rajwade.

  • Shikitiz foundation organized stall at Rakhee Festival and blind students have sold Rakhees prepared by them.

  • Nirbhay Bano Program was conducted in the camps by Police department. DySP Shri. Sudhir Hirmath, PSI Nayana Pohekar gave the guidance to the students regarding self protection.

40. Linkages developed with National/International, academic/research bodies:-

Mr. V. L. Agrawal has

  • Linked with RSIC, IIT Powai Mumbai for research work.

  • Associated with Indian Science Congress.




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