§ employableandlifeskills- Students are tought how to write good CV, soft skill, spoken English and advised not to give an end to their education after graduation.
§ bettercareeroptions- Carrier Counselling opportunity are provided
§ communityorientation- NCC, NSS, Youth Red Cross , Red Ribbon and Eco Club are present.
1.4.2 Isthereaformalmechanismtoobtainverbal feedbackfromstudents andstakeholderson Curriculum? If ‘yes’, how is itcommunicatedtotheUniversityandmadeuseinternallyfor curriculumenrichment andintroducingchanges/new programmes?
Ans: Though this is not a self financing professional institution the admission department has no stake to review the admission process and profile of the students & however the modification of Admission process is decided/regulated by DHE (O).
2.1.5 Reflectingonthestrategiesadoptedtoincrease/improveaccess for following categoriesofstudents,enumerateonhowthe admission policyoftheinstitutionanditsstudentprofiles demonstrate/reflecttheNationalcommitmenttodiversityand inclusion
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Special Admission for SC/ST students through extension admission privilege compatible to state norm. Reservation of seats for physically challenged/SC/ST/Sports personality/NCC certificate holders as stipulated by H.E., (O).
Exemption of Tuition Fees for SC/ST (Boys/Girls students) & all category of Girls students.
Ans: yes. Once the admission process is completed all the department head conduct a student counselling intermsof knowledge andskillsbeforethecommencementofthe programme.
2.2.3 Whatarethestrategiesadoptedbytheinstitutiontobridgethe knowledge gapoftheenrolledstudents(Bridge/Remedial/ Add-on/EnrichmentCourses,etc.)toenablethemtocopewith the programme of their choice?
Ans: maximum number of students get admitted into degree level has completed their schooling career from Odia medium background. To bridge the knowledge gap the institution is planning to facilitate enrichment courses like spoken English, and computer enrichment programme.
Ans: the College sensitize Self Defence programme for the girls students and there is a course in the curriculum for environmental studies. 1) Group discussion, 2) Study Tour, Welcome meeting etc. are conducted to minimise gender discrimination.
Ans: Regarding education all the department provide special attention by conducting extra classes , doubt clearing classes and Remedial classes for the advance learners. UGC sponsored remedial classes are conducted/doubt clearing classes are taken by the staff members in the vacant periods.
Ans: The percentage of the girls students are maximum as compared to the boys. Hardly there are 25% of dropout rate because the girls students get married before the completion of the course. The causes of drop out are massive employment opportunity in PVT. & Public sector backward & L.W.E infected district, Malkangiri.
2.3 Teaching-Learning Process 2.3.1 Howdoesthecollegeplanandorganizetheteaching,learning andevaluationschedules?(Academiccalendar,teachingplan, evaluationblueprint,etc.)
Ans: the college prepared academic calendar , lesion plan, and the evaluation blueprint (examination result) annually. Monthly/half-yearly/annually.
2.3.2 How doesIQAC contributeto improve theteaching–learning process?
Ans: there is a IQAC Cell constitute4d under the leadership of the Principal and followed by the IQAC Co-ordinator. The IQAC Cell looks after the continuous improvement of quality teaching-learning process in the institution and sustain quality parameter throughout the year. 2.3.3 Howislearningmademorestudent-centric?Givedetailson thesupport structuresandsystemsavailableforteachersto developskillslikeinteractivelearning,collaborativelearning andindependentlearningamongthestudents?
Ans: the learning made the student more centric by giving opportunity to the teachers as follows.
Attending Refresher and Orientation Courses.
Attending State level and National Level Seminars.
Conducting departmental Seminars.
Sufficient books and journals in the Library.
Computer and Internet facilities to develop skills for interactive and collaborative learning. Smart class opportunities to the teaching staff help a lot to make more student-centric.
Ans: with the backend support of the resourceful faculty both in Arts and Commerce streams, always advised the students to continue their study after the graduation and to take decisive measures for innovative practices.
2.3.5 Whatarethetechnologiesandfacilitiesavailableandusedby thefacultyforeffectiveteaching?Eg:Virtuallaboratories, e-learning-resourcesfromNationalProgrammeonTechnology EnhancedLearning(NPTEL) andNationalMissionon Education through Information and CommunicationTechnology(NME-ICT),openeducationalresources, mobile education,etc
Ans: No such facilities are available in the institutions, but the institution facilities NME-ICT programme both for students and staff. College has 2 modes of NME-ICT to cater the need of the staff.
Ans: Excluding chalk and talk methodology the institution has adopted latest teaching learning tolls in the class room teaching like LCD Projectors, Computer, Internet to encourage the faculty members to enhanced the quality teaching learning process as an innovative practices for student learning.
Ans: The quality of the teaching learning evaluate only through the examination process and results.
2.4 TeacherQuality 2.4.1 Providethefollowingdetailsandelaborateonthestrategies adopted by the college in planning andmanagement(recruitmentandretention)ofitshumanresource(qualifiedandcompetentteachers)tomeetthechangingrequirementsofthe curriculum
2.4.2 Howdoestheinstitutioncopewiththegrowingdemand/ scarcityof qualifiedseniorfacultytoteachnewprogrammes/ modern areas (emergingareas)ofstudybeingintroduced (Biotechnology,IT,Bioinformaticsetc.)?Providedetailsonthe effortsmadebytheinstitutioninthisdirectionandtheoutcome duringthelastthreeyears.
Ans: Environmental science is a compulsory subject for the degree students without any practical assignment as per the university norms. ICT is not reflecting in the course curriculum.