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

• Students are given counseling by Career Counseling and Guidance Committee at the time of admission while selecting subject combinations



Personal Counseling

  • Anti-Sexual Harassment Cell and Grievance Redressal Cell actively counsel the students as and when problem arises.

  • Anti-stress helpline number is displayed in the college.

  • Principal and teaching faculty also provide counseling to the student as and when need arises

  • Personal counseling is given by Mr. Pratap Singh, counselor.


Career Counseling

  • Career Counseling and Placement Cell organizes Career Guidance Programme in the form of seminars, talks, workshops, interactions with various companies. Keeping in view the contemporary needs training is provided in Resume Writing, Personal Skills and Group Discussion, Vocational Training, Fashion Designing and How to crack Entrance Exam for Competitions

Psycho Social Counseling

Various societies like Gender Equity, Community Hygiene and Sanitation, Drug De-addiction, Stress Management, Traffic Awareness and Road Awareness, Best out ofWaste, Aids Awareness, Environment Awareness, Reservation and Promotion of Culture and Heritage etc. organize orientation programmes, visits and invite resource persons from various fields for professional as well as psychological counseling of students.



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 selected during campus interviews by different employers (list the employers and the programmes).

Placement activities

Session

Company

No. of student Shortlisted

2009-10

G.T.T PbInfotech

10

IBM

14

Unicon inn

13

Excel Callnet

8

HDFC standard life

4

2010-11

NIIT

19

IBM Daksh

28

Wipro

10

HCL (Vision Limited)

6

IFBI

15

2011-12

IBM

10

2012-13

ICA InfoTech

08

NIIT

10

IBM

07

GENPACT

12

2013-14

IBM

12

Aviators Hub

2

Career Counseling Activities

Session

Activity


2009-10

Workshop on Self-Development

Seminar on Personality Development & Career Guidance

2010-11

Lecture on Personality Development by Amit Hans


2011-12

Lecture on Career Opportunities

Lecture on preparation for interviews by IBM

Seminar on Career Opportunities by Dream whistlers

Workshop on Career Counseling in Jewellery Fashioner and Interior Designing

Lecture on Career Opportunities by Edu Crop

Lecture on Career Opportunities by Career Launchers

Seminar on Career Opportunities by Edwise

Lecture by Jet King on IT education

Group discussion on Personality Development by Saarthi group

Workshop on Career Counseling by Edu crop


2012-13

Seminar on Career options in Commerce

Career guidance by Gateway Edge

Seminar for vocational training programs for grooming of students by Ed live institute of vocational education

Lecture on Resume Writing on GD

Talk on Bombay Stock Exchange

Test conducted by Aspiring Mines

Talk with Ruskin University

Seminar by Reliance Insurance Company Ltd

Seminar on Personal Skills and GD

Seminar on shaping Careers by FazlaniAltius Business School

Talk on Employability and Skill Development by Delta School for Vocational Training

Talk with Chandigarh University on Career Counseling

Seminar on Carrier Counseling by Vasmicarear café ltd

Seminar on Fashion Designing

Workshop on English Speaking



2013-14

Workshop on Career Counseling by Bulls Eye

Talk on Bombay Stock Exchange

Talk by Athiya Part of Cambridge University on Business English Certificate Course

Talk on Vedic Mathematics

Test conducted by Aspiring Mines

Talk by Reliance Life Insurance Company Limited

Job Fest

Centralized ‘Job Fest’ is organized in the college annually. Job seekers from Chandigarh, Mohali, Panchkula etc. appear for the interviews. During 2013-14 Job Fest, There was an overwhelming response from job seekers and companies from across the region 17 companies from various sectors participated in the Job Fair. Participating campanies spanned across industries including banking, accounting, retailing and insurance sectors. Some of these included Mark and Spencer, Birla Sunrise, Reliance Trends, Indus Bank, Axis Bank, Videocon, Onicra, Crisil, DLF, Westside etc. Approximately 728 candidates were interviewed by 27 companies in the college campus and 251 got selected. Candidates from neighbouring states of Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi and even J & K had come to appear for the interviews. Students appeared for interviews with different companies. DLF and Onicra provided the highest package of 3.5 Lakhs to the students. Maximum job openings were provided in the banking sector. Companies selecting the maximum candidates were:

Indus Bank 60

Mark and Spenser 29

Birla Sunrise 30

List of Companies participated in JOB FEST.

Indus Bank, Axis Bank, ICICI Bank, Times Pro, HDFC Bank, Kotak Mahindra Bank, UTI Union Bank, Concentrix, Web 9 Cloud, Competent Synergy Pvt. Ltd., Infomaths, NIIT, Aviators Hub, OXL, Reliance Life Insurance, Connect, Max, Global BPO Services, Bajaj Capital, EXIM Enterprises., Expert Ratings, Smart Edge, Glammer Star, Fresh Jobz Street, Corporate Quality Professionals, Megrisoft, Serco Global Services



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 sessions.

The institution has a Student Grievance Redressal Committee,Dean Student Welfare(Girls) and Dean Student Welfare(Boys). There are suggestion boxes fitted near the office, Girls’ Common Room, Department of Computer Applications and in the porch. The purpose of the committee is to address their grievances, if any. There are minor grievances reported which are redressed amicably. During the last 5 years, tutorial group meetings are held regularly in the college every year and problems, if any are brought to the knowledge of the concerned tutors who in turn report these to the Grievance Redressal Cell. Measures are taken by the committee to resolve them at the earliest.



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

Anti-Sexual Harassment Committee headed by female faculty was formed at the beginning of the session to ensure that girls of the college are given a safer environment to study. To deal and resolve the issues pertaining to sexual harassment, the institution has provided a box where the students can put their complaints if any. Representatives from teaching, non teaching and students’ Community are a part of the Committee. Besides the members of the Gender Equity Society, Dean, Girls’ Welfare also looks after this aspect. Discipline Committee also plays proactive role in checking such incidents. Till date, no serious incident of such offence has been reported in the college& minor complaints were dealt with by counseling the students.



5.1.12 Is there an anti-ragging committee? How many instances (if any) have been reported during the last four sessions and what action has been taken on these?

Yes, Anti-Ragging Committee is there in the college for the last many years. At the time of admission, posters and banners are put up regarding consequences of ragging so that the freshers and seniors may come to know the ill effects of ragging. Helpline numbers of the committee members are also mentioned on the notice boards of the college, prospectus, all floors of the college and uploaded on college website. Anti-Ragging slogans and banners are also displayed in the campus. Along with admission form, undertaking is also taken from all the students of second, third year of all streams where they take pledge to treat freshers with respect. There has been no instance of ragging till date in the college.



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

The following are the welfare schemes available for the students by the institution:



  • Free Books

  • Scholarships

  • Free stationery and text books

  • Camps by NSS

  • NET/ SLET Classes

  • Canteen

  • Community Outreach

  • Personality Development

  • NSS

  • NCC

  • Recruitment and Placement

  • Entry in Services

  • Women Cell


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?

The college has an unregistered Alumni Association which meets periodically and actively participates in various activities.



  • Foundation Day celebrated on 24-03-12.

  • Office bearer elected

  • Blood Donation Camp organized on 22-08-12

  • Social cause for humanity conducted

  • Eye Donation Awareness Camp sponsored by NGO DEED- NY-DEEDAR 10 and 25 students filled form to donate their eyes.

  • Visited old age home with an international organization.

Many alumini works as faculty or administrative staff of the college as well as in other colleges. They play a proactive role in the development of the institution through involvement in extension and other community outreach activities.The college is proud of its eminent alumini who work in various capacities in different fields like Civil Services,Judicial Services,BankingServices, Armed Forces, Teaching and some of them have even established their own business.

5.2 Student Progression

5.2.1 Providing the percentage of students progressing to higher education or employment (past four years) highlight the trends observed.

There is no mechanism in the college to maintain the progression of the students to higher classes. However 40%-50% Commerce graduates seek admission in Post Graduation in Commerce in the college.


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.

The following table gives details of programme wise passed percentage for the last four years. The affiliating university does not provide any comparative data of other colleges in the city. Hence comparative data of other colleges has not been provided.



Department of Commerce

Class

Year

2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14







Total Students Appeared

College pass %age

UniPass %age

Total Students Appeared

College pass %age

UniPass %age

Total Students Appeared

College pass %age

UniPass %age

Total Students Appeared

College pass %age

UniPass %age

M.Com

Ist Sem

26

100

95.37

37

100

70.59

38

100

63.35




Result awaited




M.Com

IInd Sem

26

100

94.26

37

100

86.08

38

100

83.50




Result awaited




M.Com

IIIrd Sem

34

100

98.31

42

100

98.31

32

96.88

62.21




Result awaited




M.Com

IVth Sem

34

100

94.18

42

100

92.48

32

96

74.64




Result awaited




B. Com

I

137

95.62

63.75

146

95.62

63.99

132

91.66

62.21

150

92

55.56

B. Com

II

137

96.35

72.77

139

96.35

68.57

138

97.10

74.64

142

88.73

74.31

B. Com

III

132

100

93.74

138

100

91.29

133

100

90.45

139

98.56

96.66


Department of Computer Applications

Class

Year

2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14







Total Students Appeared

College pass %age

UniPass %age

Total Students Appeared

College pass %age

UniPass %age

Total Students Appeared

College pass %age

UniPass %age

Total Students Appeared

College pass %age

UniPass %age

BCA

I

39

74.35

49.04

43

74.3

43.84

44

38.64

21.83

35

48.57

39.55

BCA

II

39

94.87

84.46

40

94.9

80.56

33

81.85

56.36

15

73.33

81.97

BCA

III

42

100

89.19

42

100

89.69

25

100

89.18

31

100

85.21


Bachelor of Arts

Class

Year

2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14







Total Students Appeared

College pass %age

UniPass %age

Total Students Appeared

College pass %age

UniPass %age

Total Students Appeared

College pass %age

UniPass %age

Total Students Appeared

College pass %age

UniPass %age

BA

I

515

49.51

46.93

590

49.5

56.19

647

55.64

49.85

651

53.45

45.62

BA

II

267

95.88

78.42

287

95.9

64.66

344

81.69

69.31

313

85.30

64.94

BA

III

256

94.53

60.60

270

94.5

58.76

191

85.87

65.40

291

73.88

69.20


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