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Community Hygiene and Sanitation Society ‘Sahodaya’:

A visit to the Government Middle School, Sector-46, Chandigarh was held. Around fifteen volunteers took informal classes in various sections, highlighting the need and importance of personal hygiene. Accompanied by the teachers, three students of the college Satvinder Singh, Rajesh Kumar and Harnek Singh visited ShriSatyaSai Baba Old Age Home Sector-29, Chandigarh. The anticipation and excitement of the students was shared by the inmates of the homes.The visit was a rewarding and heartwarming experience for both the students and the inmates of the home.


Drug De-addiction and Stress Management Society ‘Nivaaran’:

The society has more than 1200 students. An orientation programme was held for over a month wherepower point presentations and short films were shown. Introduction was given to the volunteers to make them aware of the need to fight the problem of drugs and alcohol abuse. Poster/Collage Making Competition on “Drug Abuse” was held by the society. The students wrote and enacted a “Nukkar Natak” on the problems of drug abuse amongst the youth.

Pamphlets and Meeting Cards of Narcotics Anonymous and Alcoholic Anonymous were distributed to active volunteers to disperse in their vicinity to needy and problematic people to deal with their addictions. A Public Information Meet was organized for the entire college with the help of Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon Chandigarh to spread the message of a drug free environment. The society undertook many programmes to work towards distribution of pamphlets on de-addiction supplied by self-help groups. Students were taken to Carmel Convent School, Sector-9, Chandigarh for public information meet of Alcohol Anonymous. The youth were made aware of this dreadful menace so that no one falls a victim to this.

Traffic Awareness and Road Safety Society ‘Vahini’:

The society organized a “Wear Helmet” Campaign. A Poster Making and Slogan Writing Competitions were also held. An exhibition on Road Safety Rules was organized in collaboration with Chandigarh Traffic Police, Sector-23, Chandigarh (Park).

More than 30 girl students of the college participated in a rally organized by UT Traffic Police, namely ‘Women two-wheeler Safety Helmet Rally’. Mr. Jaswinder Singh, DSP (Traffic) informed students about the road safety rules. Videos on the causes of accidents were also screened. The society held a rally on spread of awareness about wearing helmets and seat belts while driving their vehicles among the people. Volunteers of the society visited Children Traffic Park also.

Best from the Waste Society ‘Punarnava’:

Around 50 students participated in a ‘Paper Collage Workshop’ on the theme ‘Landscape’. A Flower Making and a workshop on ‘Using Papier Mache’ was held in which waste newspapers were used and transformed into pots, wall hangings and masks etc. Another workshop was organized in which students participated in various events like knitting, clay modeling, pakhi making, mehndi, rangoli, collage making and poster making .The students of this society also participated in the Crafts of Zonal Youth Festival and in Chandigarh Carnival on the theme “100 years of Indian Cinema” held at Leisure Valley, Sector-10, Chandigarh.


AIDS Awareness and Health Society ‘Nivaaran’

In the month of August, a ‘Red Ribbon Club’ was formed and a talk on AIDS awareness was held. An Essay Writing Competition and a photo exhibition, Poster Making, Paper Reading and Quiz competitions were also organized. A rally on AIDS awareness in adopted villages was taken and a talk on healthy dietary habits was organized. Pamphlets regarding AIDS awareness were distributed in the nearby areas. Another rally was held at Ram Darbar for the volunteers to spread AIDS awareness. The society organized an AIDS Awareness Rally at RamDurbar, an interactive session was organized where Prof. Gaurav Gaur awakened the students about the hazards of AIDS and preventive methods. A rally was also organized at Sector-17 plaza in collaboration with the State AIDS Control Society, Chandigarh. The students also performed nukkad nataks, distributed pamphlets and raised high slogans to emphasize zero aids death and zero HIV infection. On eve of World AIDS Day, a candle march was organized in the college vicinity and slogan writing, poster making, essay writing and paper reading contests were held


Environment Awareness Society ‘Dharini’

‘World Environment Day’ was celebrated by planting saplings in the college campus. The Environment Awareness Society, ‘Dharini’ organized tree plantation and a cleanliness drive was also held. 100 saplings were planted on the account of monsoon season in the college campus. About 150 students participated in the Environment Awareness Rally. An Ozone Awareness Rally of about 120 students was also held. An extension lecture on the topic ‘Biodiversity’ in order to celebrate ‘World Habitat Day’ was organized. An Essay Writing Competition was organized in World Wildlife Week on the theme of ‘Wildlife Conservation’.A “SaveEarth” campaign was held during the festive season as the intensity of pollution goes very high due to bursting of crackers during this season.

Students participated in Jadi-BootiDiwas organized by PatanjaliYoga Trust, Chandigarh and Bharat Swabhiman N.G.O. organized an Environment Awareness Rally. The students raised slogans on environment conservation and protection as well.The department of History in collaboration with Environment Society organized a talk on "Tourism and Protection of Water" and Environment Conservation.

7.3 BEST PRACTICES

7.3.1 Elaborate on any two best practices as per the annexed formats which have contributed to the achievement of the Institutional Objectives which have contributed to the Quality improvement of the core activities of the college.

Following are the best practices which are being followed to enhance the capacity and capability and learning skill among the students:



  1. Format for Presentation of Practice:

a) Title of the practice: A four-day Entrepreneurship Development Programme in Fruit and Vegetable Processing.

b) Goal: To impart practical training to develop entrepreneurial skills among our students to promote self-employment opportunities especially in the field of Home Industries, Small Scale and Cottage Industries.

c) The Context: Facilitating better employability to students.

d) The Practice:

  • Imparting theory lectures on marketing needs, techniques, enterprise nature, formation and identification of projects, project planning and implementation and finance options available along with Govt. Rules and regulations, manufacturing procedures, quality control, providing technical knowhow, procurement of raw material and marketing of the final products.

  • Practical demonstration of preparation of commonly available fruits and vegetables into value added products like fruit juices, fruit squashes, jams, jellies, marmalades, sauces, chutneys, pickles, vinegar and dried vegetables.

e) Evidence of Success:

The students have been provided the Self employment opportunities and it has become a source of income for them.EDP course material containing all the recipes and information regarding setting up of factory, procurement of raw material, packaging and marketing of final product was provided to the participants. The students were provided EDP Training Certificates issued by Directorate of Industries Chandigarh Administration. Some of the trainees desired to set up their own units after finishing their studies and assignments and were ensured of all assistance to make their ventures successful.



f) Problems Encountered and Resources

The programme was organized four days’ workshop on fruit and vegetable processing two times by Department of Economics, Advertising & Sales Department and Girls Welfare Committee in collaboration with Agro Processing Entrepreneurship Development Centre,353 Industrial Area Phase II, Chandigarh under the sponsorship of The Directorate of Industries Chandigarh Administration.



g) Notes (Optional)

  1. Contact Details


2. Job Fest:

The aim of the Job Fest was to allow organizations to meet potential employees in an informal setting, conduct company research, explore numerous career opportunities and make personal contacts that can lead to a job. It gave job seekers the opportunity to learn more about potential employers and the opportunities available. The focus of the programme was to share information between organizations and job seeking students. It aimed at being an effective way to explore career opportunities within a variety of companies on the college campus at the entry level.



The Context: The Job Fest provides a great opportunity to the job seekers to come across and seek employment in companies of their choice. Press correspondents from the leading newspapers are invited to give them complete information regarding the registration timings, venue and companies participating in the Job Fest. The Principals of the participating colleges and Placement in-charges attend the Press conference.

The Practice: Since 2010 the college has organized five mega job fests. Approximately, 200-1000 students have been placed by various companies every year.

Evidence of Success: The students that most impressed the company professionals were those who demonstrated a familiarity with the organization, had intelligent questions to ask and had thought about the way they might fit into the organization. Thus, 10-70 students were placed.

Problems Encountered and Resources Required: The challenging issues in organizing the event were publicity, mobilization of employees and job seekers , coordination and control of the event More so, some of the students lacked focus and did not know what type of position to look for. There was lack of knowledge and enthusiasm amongst the students for a few companies.

Notes: None
Contact Details:


  • Name of the Principal: Dr Gurjeet Kaur Mander

  • Name of the Institution: Post Graduate Government College, Sector 46, Chandigarh

  • City: Chandigarh

  • Pin Code: 160047

  • Accredited Status: B+

  • Work Phone: 0172-2678022

  • Website: pggc46chd.com

  • Mobile: 09417041129

  • E-mail: gc46chandigarh@gmail.com


Evaluative Report of the Department

  1. Name of the Department- Advertising, Sales Promotion and Sales Management

  2. Year of Establishment - 1997

  3. Names of Programmes / Courses Offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.) - UG

  4. Names of Interdisciplinary Courses and the Departments/Units Involved - Nil

  5. Annual/ Semester/Choice Based Credit System (Programme Wise) – Semester for B.A. I; Annual for B.A. II and B.A. III

  6. Participation of the Department in the Courses offered by other Departments - No

  7. Courses in Collaboration with other Universities, Industries, Foreign Institutions, etc. - NA

  8. Details of Courses/Programmes discontinued (if any) with reasons – Nil

  9. Number of Teaching Posts




    Sanctioned

    Filled

    Professors




    -

    Associate Professors

    -

    Asst. Professors

    1. Contract

  10. Faculty profile with Name, Qualification, Designation, Specialization, (D.Sc./D.Litt. /Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,)




Name

Qualification

Designation

Specialization

No. of Years of Experience

No. of Ph.D. Students Guided for the last 4 years

Ms. Sugandha

M.B.A., M.Phil, U.G.C. (NET) Qualified, Pursuing Ph.D

Assistant Professor

Marketing and

Finance


9.5 years

Nil

  1. List of Senior Visiting Faculty -Nil

  2. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled (programme wise) by Temporary Faculty-Nil

  3. Student -Teacher Ratio (Programme Wise)- 65:1

  4. Number of Academic Support Staff (Technical) and Administrative Staff; Sanctioned and Filled- Nil

  5. Qualifications of Teaching Faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil/PG.- : M.Phil -1

  6. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) National b) International funding agencies and grants received-Nil

  7. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and total grants received-Nil

  8. Research Centre /Facility recognized by the University- Nil

  9. Publications:

  • Publication per faculty 07

  • Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (National/International )by faculty and students - 04

  • Number of publications listed in International Database (For Eg:Web of Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database-International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)

  • Monographs

  • Chapter in Books - 03

  • Books Edited

  • Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of publishers

  • Citation Index

  • SNIP

  • SJR

  • Impact factor

  • h-index

  1. Areas of consultancy and income generated- Nil

  2. Faculty as members in

a) National Committees b) International Committees c) Editorial Board - Nil

  1. Student Projects

a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter departmental/programme- 100% students prepare survey based in house projects on advertising issues.

b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the institution i.e.in Research Laboratories/Industry/other agencies - Nil



  1. Awards/ Recognitions received by faculty and students - Nil

  2. List of Eminent Academicians and Scientists/ Visitors to the Department - Nil

  3. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized & the source of funding – Nil

a) National

b) International



  1. Student Profile Programme/Course Wise: Session 2012-13




Name of the Course/Programme (refer question no. 4)

Applications Received

Selected

Enrolled

Pass Percentage

*M

*F

BA I

46

46

36

10

82.61

BA II

26

26

22

04

100

BA III

04

04

01

03

100

*M=Male *F=Female




  1. Diversity of Students

Name of the Course


% of students from the same state

% of students from other States

% of students from abroad

BA

85%

15%

Nil




  1. How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services, etc. – Centralized.

  2. Student Progression -

    Student Progression

    Against % Enrolled

    UG to PG

    NA

    PG to M.Phil.




    PG to Ph.D.




    Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral




    Employed

    • Campus Selection

    • Other than Campus Recruitment




    Entrepreneurship/Self-Employment




  3. Details of Infrastructural Facilities

a) Library - Our College Library has Centralized Library.

b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students –Wi-Fi facility is also available in college campus.

c) Class rooms with ICT facility - Smart Classrooms.

d) Laboratories - NA



  1. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university, government or other agencies- Students are getting financial assistance as per norms.

  2. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar) with external experts - Workshop on “ Entrepreneurship development programme in Fruit and Vegetable processing in year 2011, 2012 and on Bakery & Tiffin services in 2013 in collaboration with Economics Department and Agro Processing Entrepreneurship Development Centre, Chandigarh

  3. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning - Use of power point presentations (PPT’s); Group Discussions ( GD’s); discussion of case studies on companies having Advertising and sales management issues; Role playing Exercises and Tests & assignments are being conducted during classroom sessions.

  4. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities NSS, NCC offers a wide variety of extension activities for students in our college where our students actively participate in these activities.

  5. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans

I. SWOC Analysis

Strength

  • This is a vocational course that is specially designed to prepare students to enter in advertising and marketing profession.

  • Adequate, qualified staff and well acquaint with latest Teaching Learning Methods like ICT.

Weaknesses

  • Majority of the students are from Non-Commerce background and not having base for Advertising and marketing course.

  • As Maximum number of students is from rural back ground, they are not so good in Communication skills and Soft Skills

Opportunity

  • There is lot of job opportunities in advertising and marketing. Students after perusing this course can cater the needs of same and can get job easily in market.

Challenges

- To get Good academic results from students not having commerce base.

- To place students to the marketing & advertising jobs or to place them to excellent institutions for further studies like M.B.A.
II. Future Plans

To arrange Guest lectures by Industry Experts ; organize Industrial Visits to Retail outlets ; debate competition and paper reading contest; Use of case studies to enhance the practical knowledge of students; use of Role Playing Exercises & Group Discussion (G.D.) Sessions to improve communication and conceptual skills of students; Preparation of upcoming Competitive Examinations; Arrange Workshops on Rights of students as consumer to create awareness among them and Conduct remedial classes for underprivileged students.



Evaluative Report of the Department

  1. Name of the department- Department of Computer Applications

  2. Year of Establishment - 1999

  3. Names of Programmes/Courses Offered (UG, PG, M.Phil, Ph.D., Integrated Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.) - BCA

  4. Names of Interdisciplinary Courses and the Departments/Units involved - Nil.

  5. Annual/ Semester/Choice Based Credit System (Programme Wise) –(BCA II/III)Annual, BCA I(Semester)

  6. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments - Nil

  7. Courses in collaboration with other Universities, Industries, Foreign Institutions, etc.-NA

  8. Details of Courses/Programmes discontinued (if any) with reasons -Nil

  9. Number of Teaching Posts




Sanctioned

Filled

Professors

Nil




Associate Professors




Assistant Professors

05 (Contract)




  1. Faculty Profile with Name, Qualification, Designation, Specialization, (D.Sc./D.Litt. /Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,)




Name

Qualification

Designation

Specialization

No. of Years of Experience

No. of Ph.D. Students Guided for the last 4 years

Vandana

MCA, M.Phil

Assistant Professor

DBMS

8 years

Nil

Mohit Sanan

MSc. (IT) , M.Phil

Assistant Professor

Networks

8 years

Nil

Shefali Aggarwal

MCA, M.Phil

Assistant Professor

Graphics

8 years

Nil

Jatinder Kaur

MCA, M.Phil

Assistant Professor

Web Applications

8 years

Nil

Gaurav Jindal

MCA, Oracle DBA, SAP(ABAP)

Assistant Professor

Data Structure

8 years

Nil




  1. List of Senior Visiting Faculty -Nil

  2. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled (programme wise) by Temporary Faculty-100%

  3. Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise)- 40:1

  4. Number of Academic Support Staff (technical) and Administrative Staff; sanctioned and filled-

One lab Attendant out of sanctioned post is appointed.

  1. Qualifications of Teaching Faculty with D.Sc/D.Litt/Ph.D/M.Phil/PG.-: Four faculty members are M.Phil – 4, PG - 1.

  2. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from

a) National b) International funding agencies and grants received - Nil

  1. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and total grants received - Nil

  2. Research Centre /Facility recognized by the University - Nil

  3. Publications:




  • Publication per Faculty

  • Number of papers published in peer reviewed Journals (National / International) by Faculty and Students

  • Number of Publications listed in International Database (For Eg: Web of Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database - International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)

  • Monographs

  • Chapter in Books

  • Books Edited

  • Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of Publishers - Shefali Aggarwal-01

  • Citation Index

  • SNIP

  • SJR

  • Impact factor

  • h-index



  1. Areas of consultancy and income generated: Nil

  2. Faculty as members in

a) National Committees b) International Committees c) Editorial Board - Nil

  1. Student Projects -

a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter Departmental/Programme=100%

b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the institution i.e.in Research Laboratories/Industry/other Agencies NIL



  1. Awards/ Recognitions received by Faculty and Students- Students (IT Fest, Youth Festival)

  2. List of Eminent Academicians and Scientists/ Visitors to the Department - Ms. Aparna, Director Infomaths, Sector 36, Chandigarh; Ms. Meena, SMIC, Sector 46, Chandigarh.

  3. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized & the source of funding- Nil

a) National b) International

  1. Student Profile Programme/Course wise:




Name of the Course/Programme

(refer Question no. 4)



Applications Received

Selected

2013-14


Enrolled

*M *F


Pass Percentage

2012-13


BCA I

37

37

36 01

38.64%

BCA II

17

17

04 13

48.57%

BCA III

31

31

18 13

100%

  1. Diversity of Students




Name of the Course


% of Students from the same State

% of Students from other States

% of Students From Abroad

BCA

85

15

NIL

  1. How many students have cleared National and State Competitive Examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil Services, Defense Services, etc? -NA

  2. Student Progression- NA

Student Progression

Against % Enrolled

UG to PG

50%

PG to M.Phil.




PG to Ph.D.




Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral




Employed

  • Campus Selection

  • Other than Campus Recruitment




Centerlized



Entrepreneurship/Self-Employment

10%

There is no formal mechanism to measure the progression /employment however nearly 50% students go for PG after doing UG from this college and 30% go for off-campus recruitment and 10% get self employed.

  1. Details of Infrastructural Facilities

a) Library- The College has a Centralized Library

b) Internet Facilities for Staff & Students -Yes

c) Class rooms with ICT Facility-Yes

d) Laboratories-3 fully equipped AC Labs

  1. Number of Students receiving financial assistance from College, University, Government or other agencies- It is self Financing Course, so as per norms there is no financial aid.

  2. Details on Students Enrichment Programmes (special Lectures / Workshops / Seminar) with External Experts –

  • A Seminar was held on 23rd August, on “Virtualization and Cloud Computing”.

  • A Seminar was organized by “MCA Experts” An Institute of MCA Entrance on 3rd October, on career prospects after BCA.

  • A Seminar on 14 Feb,2013 by “I Learn 24x7” on Industrial Training, project developments and Advance Technical Skills

  • A Seminar was held in the Department Of Computer Applications on 21st Feb, 2013 by a well established organization named “Jet King”. Students were given keen knowledge about

  • Hardware and Networking Course, Exchange Server, CCNA + LINUX, Pc Computing.

  • A Seminar was organized on career prospects after BCA by “SMIC” An Institute of MCA Entrance November 2013

  1. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning

Use of Power Point Presentations (PPT’s) is made while teaching, Group Discussions ( GD’s) on relevant topics in Advance technology, Seminars are conducted by the experts to enhance knowledge of students and Role playing Exercises are conducted during classroom sessions, tests and assignments are given.

  1. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension Activities-

Blood Donation, Eye Care Camps, NSS, NCC, IT FEST, Rallies, Debates, Elocution , Skits, Poster Making, Collage Making offers a wide variety of extension activities for students in our college where our students actively participate in these activities.

It is mandatory for every student to adopt for 3 Societies out of 9 and to work for these societies in the form of extension activities during the session.



  1. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans


I. SWOC Analysis

Strength:-IT education, Wi - Fi , Smart class, CTOSS, Personality development programmes, Educational Trip, Centralized IT Fest

Weakness:-



  • Majority of the students are from Non-Mathematical background Maximum students are from vocational courses

  • No appointment of faculty is made for expanding the department.

  • Lack of IT block for expansion.

Opportunity

  • Introduction of PG courses and other diploma courses

Challenges

  • To get good academic results from students not having mathematics base.

  • Competitive environment due to many Govt. and Private Colleges in the city.

II. Future Plans

  • IT fest to be organized in which as many as 20 Colleges will send their teams for almost 10 events.

  • To arrange Guest Lectures by IT Experts

  • UGC Sponsored National Seminar

  • Department will apply for PGDCA, and another unit of BCA.

  • UGC Funded Short term computer based courses

  • To Conduct debate competition and paper reading contest on current topics of technology

  • Preparation of upcoming Competitive Examinations

  • Conduct remedial classes for underprivileged students


Evaluative Report of the Department

  1. Name of the Department: Commerce

  2. Year of Establishment: UG 1982 & PG 2000

  3. Names of Programmes / Courses Offered: Under Graduate Courses: G: B.Com, B.Com.(Hons.) – E-Commerce, B.Com. (Hons.)- Accounting, B.Com. (Hons.) Economics, Post Graduate Course: M.Com.

  4. Names of Inter Disciplinary Courses and the Departments/Units Involved - Department of Economics.

  5. Annual/ Semester/Choice Based Credit System - B.Com II/III: Annual. B.Com I Semester & M.Com Semester

  6. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments- None

  7. Courses in collaboration with other Universities, Industries, Foreign Institutions, etc. -None

  8. Details of Courses/Programmes Discontinued (if any) with reasons - None

  9. Number of Teaching Posts




Sanctioned

Filled

Professors

12


Nil

Associate Professors

2

Asst. Professors

7

  1. – On Contract*,

06- Resources Persons

*Against the two Assistant Professors deputed to the GCCBA Sector-42 Chandigarh

  1. Faculty profile with Name, Qualification, Designation, Specialization, (D.Sc./D.Litt. /Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,)

    Name

    Qualification

    Designation

    Specilization

    No. of Years of Experience

    No. of Ph.D. Students guided for the last 4 years

    Dr. J.K. Sehgal,

    M.Com, PhD

    Associate Professor

    Finance, HR

    30

    Nil

    Ms. Renu Arora

    M.Com

    Associate Professor

    Accounts & finance

    25

    Nil

    Dr.Surinder Kaur

    M.Com, PhD, PGDIM, PGDIFM, MBA, UGC-NET

    Asstt. Professor

    Accounting & Taxation

    16

    1

    Mr. V. Magesh

    M.Com, MPhil, UGC-NET

    Asstt. Professor

    Finance

    13

    Nil

    Dr.Tanuja Talwar

    M.Com PhD, UGC-NET

    Asstt. Professor

    Finance

    14

    Nil

    Ms.Arvinder Kaur

    M.Com, MFM, UGC-NET

    Asstt. Professor

    Finance

    14

    Nil

    Dr.Uma Narang

    M.Com, PhD

    Asstt. Professor

    Finance

    16

    Nil

    Mr.Ripan Grover

    M.Com , UGC-NET

    Asstt. Professor

    Finance

    10

    Nil

    Dr.Mukesh Chauhan

    M.Com. (Accounting), M.Com. (Business Admin.), MBA (Finance), FCMA, Ph.D (Accounting)

    Asstt. Professor

    Accounting & Finance

    10

    1

    Ms.Pooja Sareen

    M.Com, M.Phil, UGC-NET

    Guest Faculty

    Finance

    5

    Nil

    Ms. Pooja Gupta

    M.Com, MPhil, UGC-NET

    Guest Faculty

    Finance

    5

    Nil

  2. List of senior Visiting Faculty - NIL

  3. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled (programme wise) by Temporary Faculty

15% of lectures delivered by the Temporary Faculty

0% practical classes handled by the Temporary Faculty

13. Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise) B.com 70:1, M.Com 40:1

14. Number of Academic Support Staff (technical) and Administrative Staff; sanctioned and filled:

Nil

15. Qualifications of Teaching Faculty with Ph.D/M.Phil/PG: Ph.D: 5, MPhil: 03, PG: 9



16. Number of Faculty with ongoing projects from a) National B) International Funding Agencies and grants received : NIL,

Note: Two Major and two Minor Projects Proposal submitted to UGC.

17. Departmental Projects Funded by UGC/ICSSR and total grants received:


  1. One Major Project (funded by UGC) total grants received Rs. 503000/-

  2. Two Minor Projects (funded by UGC) total grants received Rs.250000/-

18. Research Centre /Facility recognized by the University

Dept. of Commerce have already submitted the proposal to the Panjab University Chandigarh for recognizing the department as a Research Centre and is in process.



19. Publications: (2010 to 2014)

TEACHER’S NAME

Dr. J.K. Sehgal

Mrs. Renu Arora

Dr. Surinder Kaur

Mr. V. Magesh

Dr. Tanuja Talwar

Mrs. Arvinder Kaur

Dr. Uma Narang

Mr. Ripin Grover

Dr. Mukesh Chauhan

Pooja Sareen

Publications total

1

2

6

1

7

1

19

1

22

8

Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national / international) by faculty and students







3

1

3




10

Nil

17

8

Number of publications listed in International Database (For Eg: Web of Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database - International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)-































Monographs































Chapter in Books




2

2




3

1

9

1

4




Books Edited

1




1




1










1




Citation index































SNIP































SJR































Impact factor































h-index































20. Areas of consultancy and income generated: None

21. Faculty as members in

a) National Committees

b) International Committees

c) Editorial Board - two faculty members are in Editorial Board of College Online Journal SOPAAN with ISSN No.2349-9893.

22. Student Projects:



  1. Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter Departmental/Programme

All the M.Com Students (100%) prepare Summer Training Projects which is partial in house and partial outside under the guidance of the faculty members.

  1. Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the institution i.e.in Research Laboratories/Industry/ other agencies:

All the M.Com students (100%) prepare Summer Training Projects which is partial in house and partial outside under the guidance of the faculty members.

23. Awards/ Recognitions received by Faculty and Students



  1. Faculty-Nil

  2. Students- A number of students got award in Sports and co-circular activities.

24. List of Eminent Academicians and Scientists/ Visitors to the Department- None

25. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized & the source of funding



  1. One National Seminar organized on “Impact of Global Recession on Indian Retail Sector” funded by UGC in 2010

26. Student Profile Programme/Course wise: 2012-13


Name of the Course/programme

(refer question no. 3)



Applications received

Selected

Enrolled

Pass percentage

Male

Female

B.Com I

Centralised Admission

150

65

67

92%

B.Com II

180

138

51

87

87%

B.Com III

178

133

66

67

93%

M.Com I

527

44

11

33

100

M.Com II

40

32

5

27

100

27. Diversity of Students

2013-14



Name of the Course


% of Students from the same state

% of Students from other States

% of Students from Abroad

B.Com I

98%

2%

NIL

B.Com II

76%

24%

NIL

B.Com III

92%

8%

NIL

M.Com I

84%

16%

NIL

M.Com II

94%

6%

NIL

2012-13



Name of the Course


% of Students from the same state

% of Students from other States

% of Students from Abroad

B.Com

85%

15%

NIL

M.Com

85%

15%

NIL

28. How many students have cleared National and state competitive examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense Services, etc. during the last five years (2008-09 to 2013-14).

UGC-NET: 38

Defense Services: 07

29. Student Progression (2013-14)


Student progression

Against % enrolled

UG to PG

28%

PG to M.Phil.

NA

PG to Ph.D.

NA

Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral

NA

Employed

  • Campus selection

  • Other than campus recruitment



86

22



Entrepreneurship/Self-Employment

14

30. Details of Infrastructural Facilities

  1. Library:

We have college library and have total - 3000 text and reference books and 12 referred journals for commerce.

  1. Internet facilities for Staff & Students

A Resource Centre has been established in the college under the XI Plan of University Grants Commission. The Resource Centre is well equipped with the computers and the internet facility. The staff and the students frequently visit the centre to avail the internet facility. Four Routers have been installed in the college campus to facilitate the staff.

c) Class rooms with ICT facility: Four

d) Laboratories: establishment of computer lab of the department is in progress.

31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university, government or other agencies:

A number of students are getting scholarship under SC/ST category from Govt. as per UT Govt. policy.

32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar) with external experts:



  • Group discussion on personality development by saarthi group

  • Lecture on personality development by Amit Hans on 24 jan 2011

  • Seminar on career options in commerce on 27th august 2012

  • Career guidance by Gateway Edge on 9th October 2012

  • Seminar for vocational training programme for grooming of students by Edlive institute of Vocational Education on 20 Sept 2012

  • Lecture on resume writing on GD on 10th October 2012

  • Talk on Bombay Stock Exchange on 11th October 2012

  • Seminar on personal skills and GD on 26th November 2012

  • Seminar on fashion designing on 4th Feb. 2013

  • Workshop on English speaking

33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning

The department of Commerce has been organizing workshops, training, visit to the industrial organizations, quizzes, group discussions etc. in the various classes.

34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities

The faculty members and the students of the department of commerce are actively participating in various activities such as NSS/NCC/Societies for the upliftment of the society and use to raise social issues from time to time:



  1. SWOC Analysis of the department and Future plans


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