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  • Areas of consultancy and income generated – NA

  • Faculty as members in

    a) National Committees b) International Committees c) Editorial Boards – None

    1. Student projects

    a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter departmental/programme – Functional English (20 students).

    b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the institution i.e. in Research laboratories/Industry/other agencies – 100% (Students of Functional English – Print Media, On-job training)



    1. Awards/ Recognitions received by faculty and students –

    • First position in the Media Fest.

    • Short film ‘Caravan of Peace and Love’ was screened at Culture Studies in the Indian Context UGC sponsored at P.U. Chandigarh and also won ‘Film Saaz Award.’

    • ’Aaj Ki Taza Khabar’ won the best documentary award at a Film Festival held at Aligarh Muslim University in 2013.

    1. List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department – Mr. Hemant Sharma, Mr. Gaurav Chhabra, Mr. P S Nirola, Mr. Vipin Pubby, Ms. Suparna and Mr. K.K.Rattu.

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

    a) National -- None

    b) International – None



    1. Student profile programme/course wise: 2012-13

    Name of the Course/programme

    (refer question no. 4)

    Applications received

    Selected

    Enrolled

    *M *F

    Pass percentage

    B.A. - I English Compulsory

    647

    647

    529 - 118

    78.53

    B.A. - II English Compulsory

    344

    344

    252 - 92

    73.95

    B.A.-III English Compulsory

    191

    191

    126 - 65

    77.96

    B.A.-I English El.

    20

    20

    10-10

    90

    B.A.-II English El.

    26

    26

    06-20

    100

    B.A.-III English El.

    08

    08

    03,05

    100

    B.A. – I Functional Eng.

    10

    10

    06,04

    100

    B.A. – II Functional Eng.

    10

    10

    04,06

    100

    B.A. – III Functional Eng.

    07

    07

    03,04

    100

    B.C.A.-I

    44

    44

    27 ,17

    45.45

    B.Com-I

    72

    72

    08,65

    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

      As per reservation policy of UT administration/ Panjab univ.

      84.9

      15

      0.1

      (19 students from Afghanistan)



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

    3. 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




    4. Details of Infrastructural Facilities

    a) Library – Centralized

    b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students – Wi-Fi access

    c) Class rooms with ICT Facility – Eight

    d) Laboratories – Functional English Lab



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

    2. Details of Student Enrichment Programmes (Special Lectures / Workshops / Seminar) with External Experts – Lectures/Workshop by Gaurav Chhabra, Hemant Sharma, Suparna, Vipin Pubby and K.K.Rattu.

    3. Teaching methods adopted to improve Student Learning

      1. Use of latest pedagogical Teaching Technology including audio-visual aids such as overhead projectors, PPT’s etc.

      2. Departmental meetings to prepare teaching plans.

      3. Learner-centered teaching methods such as group work, project work, field visit, case study, debates etc supplement classroom teaching.

      4. Established language lab to develop communication skills.

      5. Self learning through books, journals and internet etc.is encouraged.

      6. Faculty members prepare their own visual and teaching aids.

      7. Preparation of the enrichment programme for advanced learners and remedial teaching to slow learners.

      8. Peer study groups where the better performers help the weak.

      9. Field trips, educational trips, projects, surveys, seminars at departmental and institutional levels and guest lectures by experts help the students to develop the ability to learn on their own.

      10. Diverse teaching methods are used including focused group discussions, brain storming sessions, role plays, games, case discussions, home assignments, oral presentations, open book tests are employed in order to make assessment more skill oriented

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

    • The Department ensures in involving students in the process of social welfare and thereby develop leadership qualities among the students. Students work with the underprivileged sections of society and upgrade their personality and experience through community service.

    • Students are involved in making of documentaries based on social issues with a view to create awareness and pave the way for a change. This in a long run benefits the students and teaches them to apply their learning, to concrete social issues.

    • Visits to old age homes, blind school are organized where students mingle with them and talk to them and render every possible help. This helps in making the students socially conscious and creates a positive impact.

    35. SWOC analysis of the department and future plans:

    Strengths

    •A strong curriculum in literature and composition. Regular assessment of effectiveness of curriculum and students’ needs enable us to update our course syllabi on a regular basis, review exit requirements and add new courses as necessary.

    •The department is committed to college service, as evidenced by the number of English faculty serving on college-wide committees

    •Enthusiastic, competent, committed and loyal staff and their commitment to advancement.

    •Functional English as a subject of study provides career opportunities for students with a one week on-job training.

    •Well – equipped language lab with a software to enhance the speech skills of the students.

    •Commitment to the department’s future progress.

    •Good communication skills

    •Team work is encouraged and role play based projects are undertaken.
    Weaknesses

    •Large number of students in each section makes it difficult to adequately address students’ needs.

    •Low participation in tutoring programs.

    •Lack of permanent teaching faculty.

    •Failure to achieve centum results and university ranks.

    •Failure to retain students in the classroom.

    •Limited number of hands-on activities.

    •Lack of structures (didactic equipment, latest software etc.)

    •Wide range of academic and professional duties (teaching, administrative obligations, etc.) leaving little time for interactive activities.

    •Low number of personal initiatives taken by students to improve their oral and aural skills.

    •No Honours and Post-Graduate course in English.

    •Part-time faculty members/Resource persons have no faculty development opportunities that would enhance their teaching skills and help them to avoid burnout.


    Opportunities

    •By giving qualitative training in radio and print journalism, employment prospects are increased.

    •Seminars (Technology, teaching methods, etc.)

    •Providing qualified hands for the coming generations.

    •Providing ample opportunity for young men and women to excel in different professions.

    •Research activities related to syllabi help to bring the social issues to the notice of the authorities concerned.

    •Establishing a good relationship with key institutions to advance the department’s progress.

    •Programmes for professional development, seminars, workshops etc.

    •Obtaining more external funds for the department.

    •Engaging in various networking efforts towards qualitative change in higher education, advocacy, policy-making, curriculum development and law reforms on a variety of fronts.


    Challenges

    •The cream of the youth prefers professional courses other than B.A. and B.Com.

    •Changing policies of the government.

    •Lack of research centers.

    •Tough competition among all the colleges.

    •Passive participation of parents.

    •Constant changes to technology.

    •Cell-phones/devices disrupting classes.

    •Large number of applicants seeking late admission.

    •Large number of students not making satisfactory academic progress.


    The Future Plans of the English Department:

    •Development and strategic goals of the department of English include:

    •Improving the existing programmes.

    •Arranging career guidance and life skill development programme.

    •Attend technology training seminars and seek out mentor relationships with co-workers.

    •To avail services of experts in related fields.

    •Make more conscientious use of office time.

    Evaluative Report of the Department



    1. Name of the Department: Environment Education

    2. Year of Establishment : 2005

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

    4. Names of Interdisciplinary Courses and the Departments/Units Involved: Commerce, Computers, Arts

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

    6. Participation of the Department in the courses offered by other departments: Commerce, Computers, Arts

    7. Courses in collaboration with other Universities, Industries, Foreign Institutions, etc. N.A

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

    9. Number of Teaching Posts




      Sanctioned

      Filled

      Professors

      Nil




      Associate Professors




      Asst. Professors

      02 on Contract

    10. 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

      Ms. Ritu Sarsoha

      M.Sc.(Environment Science), UGC-NET,SLET

      Lecturer

      Environment Science

      8 Years

      NIL

      Dr. Amanpreet Kaur

      Ph.D., UGC-NET

      Lecturer

      Environment Science

      5 Yrs.

      NIL

    11. List of Senior Visiting Faculty: None

    12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled (Programme Wise) by Temporary Faculty: Nil

    13. Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise): 60:1

    14. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff; sanctioned and filled: Nil

    15. Qualifications of Teaching Faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil/PG.: Ph.D: 01, PG: 01

    16. Number of Faculty with ongoing projects from a) National b) International Funding agencies and grants received. NIL

    17. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and total grants received. Green house project was funded by DST and total grants received was Rs.47,975/-

    18. Research Centre /facility recognized by the University: Nil

    19. Publications:






    Ms. Ritu Sarsoha

    Dr. Amanpreet Kaur

    Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals

    03

    08

    Chapter in Books

    Nil

    Nil

    Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of publishers

    03

    (978-81-92749494-0-2, 978-81-92749494-1-9 and 978-81-92749494-2-6) R.V. Publications



    Nil

    1. Areas of consultancy and income generated: Nil

    2. Faculty as members in

    1. National Committees b) International Committees c) Editorial Boards…

    Ms. Ritu Sarsoha is a lifetime Member of Association of Biology Teachers (Colleges) Patiala.

    1. Student Projects

    a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter departmental/programme: Nil

    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 : Dr. Madhuri Rishi, Associate Professor, Panjab University, Chandigarh

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

    a) National

    b) International



    1. Student profile programme/course wise:

      Session

      Name of the Course/Programme

      (refer question no. 4)



      Applications Received

      Selected

      Enrolled

      *M *F


      Pass percentage

      2012-13


      B.A I

      647

      647

      522 125

      86

      B.C.A I

      44

      44

      27 17

      100

      B.Com I

      132

      132

      65 67

      100

    2. Diversity of Students 2012-13




    Name of the Course


    % of students from the same state

    % of students from other States

    % of students from abroad

    B.A I

    85

    15

    -

    B.C.A I

    85

    15

    -

    B.Com I

    85

    15

    -

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

    2. Student Progression: N.A



    Student progression

    Against % Enrolled

    UG to PG




    PG to M.Phil.




    PG to Ph.D.




    Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral




    Employed

    • Campus selection

    • Other than campus recruitment




    Entrepreneurship/Self-employment




    1. Details of Infrastructural Facilities

    1. Library: Common College Library

    2. b) Internet Facilities for Staff & Students: The College has a resource center with Computers, Wi-Fi and Internet services. Laptops are also provided to the staff.

    c) Class rooms with ICT Facility: Smart classroom swith overhead projectors, white boards, podium with computers and internet facility are there in the college

    d) Laboratories: N.A



    1. Number of students receiving financial assistance from College, University, Government or Other Agencies: Students are getting Financial Assistance (scholarships, stipends etc.) as per norms

    2. Details on Student Enrichment Programmes (Special Lectures / Workshops / Seminar) with external experts

    • An extension lecture on “Effects of Ozone Layer Depletion” in order to celebrate “World Ozone Day”.

    • An extension lecture on “Biodiversity” to celebrate “World Habitat Day” on 1st October, 2012.

    1. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning

    • Power Point Presentations.

    • Group Discussions with the help of case studies.

    • Tests and Assignments

    • Practicals.

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

    • Tutorial meetings and counseling sessions - Various extension activities organized by environment department in last four years are as follows:

    • Rallies, tree plantation drives, poster making competition, extension lectures, essay writing competition, save earth campaign.

    1. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans

    Strengths

    • Qualified and experienced staff.

    • Faculty with consistent record of research paper publication, conference presenrtations and book publication.

    • New technologies and teaching methods are implemented in the department to help the students for better understanding.

    • Maximum students are from rural back ground so they easily create awareness among the farmers about the new techniques of farming.

    Weaknesses

    • Maximum numbers of students are from arts stream and not from science stream.

    • Getting academically weak students at the first year level.

    Opportunities

    • To make the students aware about the conservation of environment.

    • Awareness among the students and society for eco-friendly techniques.

    • The growing awareness on environmental issues and agriculture needs improved capacities for the staff to meet the demands of the students.

    Challenges

    • Good academic result.

    • To start new interdisciplinary programmes like Environmental Audit.

    Future plans

    • Orientation programmes, plantation drive, near Diwali exhibition- cum- sale of Diyas (earthen lamps) and handkerchiefs, street play (Nukkar Natak), in slum areas, door to door campaign, visit to rural areas, debate competitions, guest lectures will be organized.


    Evaluative Report of the Department

    1. Name of the Department- Department of Fine Arts.

    2. Year of Establishment - 1991

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

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

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

    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

    2





    Associate Professors

    1

    Asst. Professors

    1 ( 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 experience

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

    Dr. Simmi Arora

    M.A. ( Gold Medalist ), Ph.D.

    Associate Professor

    Drawing and Painting

    14 Years

    Nil

    Dr. Mandeep Sandhu

    M.A., Ph.D.

    Assistant

    Professor/



    Contract

    Drawing and Painting

    5 Years

    Nil

    1. List of Senior Visiting Faculty –

    • Mr. Shiv Singh ( Eminent Artist in Sculpture &Painting)

    • Mr. O.P. Taak (Miniature Painting)

    • Mr. Sidharth (Abstract Art with contemporary method and material

    • Mr. RajendraPrasadh (Eminent Artist in Wash Painting Technique)

    • Mr. Ashwani Kumar (Eminent Artist in watercolor Painting)

    • Mr. LakshmanPrasadh (Contemporary Artist)

    1. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled (programme wise) by temporary faculty- 50%

    2. Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise) - 20:1

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

    4. Qualifications of Teaching Faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil/PG.- : Ph.d - 2

    5. 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-National ( UGC. Minor Project Under Process )

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

    3. Publications: (2010 to 2014)

      TEACHER’S NAME

      Dr. Simmi arora

      Dr. Mandeep

      Publications total

      7

      1

      Number of papers published in Peer Reviewed Journals (National / International) by faculty and students

      7

      1

      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







      Citation index







      SNIP







      SJR







      Impact factor







      h-index







    4. Areas of consultancy and income generated - Nil

    5. Faculty (Dr. Simmi Arora) as members in

    a) National Committees – 1.Punjab Ghazal Manch, Ludhiana (Pb) 2.Sanskar Bharti Chandigarh, 3. Srijan (U.P.)

    b) International Committees - Nil

    c) Editorial Boards….- Member of International Editorial Board- Granthaalayah.


    1. Student Projects - Nil

    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 - NIL

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

    • Mr. Shiv Singh ( Retired Professor- P.U.) Eminent Artist in Sculpture.

    • Mr. O.P. Taak (Miniature Painting)

    • Mr. Sidharth (Abstract Art with contemporary method and material

    • Mr. Rajendra Prasadh (Eminent Artist in Wash Painting Technique)

    • Mr. Ashwani Kumar (Eminent Artist in watercolor Painting)

    • Mr.Lakshman Prasad (Contemporary Artist)

    • Mr. Sunil Vishwakarma (Anatomy Drawing and Life Drawing)

    1. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized & the source of funding- UGC ( National )

    1. National - Workshop by Mr. Lakshman Prasad (Contemporary Artist) by College Mr. Sunil Vishwakarma (Anatomy Drawing and Life Drawing) by UGC

    2. International Seminar & Workshop of Painting, Art Heritage during Silver Jublee Surajkund International Craftmela by Harayana Tourism Corporation and Surajkund Mela Authority

    1. Student Profile Programme/Course Wise:

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

      Applications Received


      Selected

      Enrolled


      Pass Percentage

      *M

      *F

      B.A.I

      18

      18

      12

      06

      100%

      B.A.II

      07

      07

      04

      03

      100%

      B.A.III

      08

      08

      07

      01

      100%

    2. Diversity of Students

      Name of the Course


      % of students from the same State

      % of students from Other States

      % of students from Abroad

      B.A.

      85

      15

      Nil

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

    4. Student Progression- NA

      Student Progression

      Against % Enrolled

      UG to PG

      20

      PG to M.Phil.




      PG to Ph.D.




      Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral




      Employed

      • Campus selection

      • Other than campus recruitment



      Entrepreneurship/Self-employment



    5. 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-1 equipped AC lab



    1. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university, government or other agencies- NIL

    2. Details on students Enrichment Programmes (Special Lectures / Workshops / Seminar) with external expert

    • Mr. Shiv Singh (Retired Professor- P.U.) Eminent Artist in Sculpture.

    • Mr. O.P. Taak (Miniature Painting)

    • Mr. Sidharth (Abstract Art with contemporary method and material

    • Mr. Rajendra Prasadh (Eminent Artist in Wash Painting Technique)

    • Mr. Ashwani Kumar (Eminent Artist in watercolor Painting)

    • Mr. Lakshman Prasadh (Contemporary Artist)

    • Mr. Sunil Vishwakarma (Anatomy Drawing and Life Drawing)

    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

    1. SWOC Analysis

    Strength:-

    • Wi- Fi, Smart class, Personality development programmes, Educational Trip, visit to museum, visit to Art Galleries, Browse Internet - Syllabus wise assignment

    Weakness:-

    • Majority of the students are from Non-mathematical background Maximum students are from vocational coursesg

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

    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



    • To arrange Guest lectures by eminent artist

    • UGC Sponsored National Seminar & workshop

    • Conduct Painting competition and a workshops, lecture by fine arts experts, pre-historic to current modern topics on culture, tradition, rituals, methods & materials

    • Preparation of upcoming Competitive Art world field

    • Conduct remedial classes for underprivileged students


    Evaluative Report of the Department

    1. Name of the Department: Geography

    2. Year of Establishment: 1982

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

    Course and Honours)



    4. Names of Interdisciplinary Courses and the Departments/Units Involved: NIL

    5. Annual/Semester/Choice Based Credit System: (BA II/III)Annual, BA 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: NIL

    8. Details of Courses/Programmes discontinued with reasons: No new programme started by the department is discontinued

    9. Number of Teaching Posts




    Sanctioned

    Filled

    Professors

    02




    Associate Professors



    01

    Asst. Professors



    --

    Resource Persons - 03

    10. Faculty Profile with Name, Qualification, Designation, Specialization, (D.Sc./D.Litt./Ph.D./M.Phil.etc.,): Apart from one regular faculty, and three Resource Persons are engaged to cover up the teaching work load. All the faculty members are adequately qualified and competent to teach the under graduate level course of Geography:

    Name of the faculty

    Qualification

    Designation

    Specilization

    No. of years of experience

    Dr. Prem Sagar

    M.Sc,M.Phil.,Ph.D.

    Associate Professor-Regular Basis

    Population geography

    29

    Mr. M. V. Sharma

    M.A., M.Phil

    Resource Person

    Population geography

    32

    Dr. Vinay Rajput

    M.Sc., Ph.D.

    Resource Person

    GIS & cultural geo.

    03

    Mrs. Shivani Singh

    M.A. ,NET

    Resource Person

    Population geography

    03


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