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  • List of Eminent Academicians and Scientists/ Visitors to the Department: Yes

  • Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized & the source of funding: NIL a)National b)International

  • Student Profile Programme/Course Wise:

    Name of the Course/Programme

    (UG)2013-14



    Applications Received

    Selected

    Enrolled

    *M *F


    Pass Percentage

    B.A.I

    135

    82

    68 14

    97.36%


    B.A.II

    63

    63

    48 15

    100%

    B.A.III

    57

    57

    42 15

    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%

      -

    2. How many students have cleared National and State Competitive Examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil Services, Defense Services, etc.? N.A.

    3. Student Progression




    Student Progression

    Against % Enrolled

    UG to PG

    Data not available in Dept. Phy.Edu.

    PG to M.Phil.

    Do

    PG to Ph.D.

    Do

    Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral

    Do

    Employed

    • Campus selection

    • Other than campus recruitment




    Do

    Entrepreneurship/Self-employment

    Do

    1. Details of Infrastructural Facilities

    a) Library : Yes

    b) Internet Facilities for Staff &Students: (02 Computers with internet access and one multimedia room, Wi-Fi Resource Center)

    c) Class rooms with ICT facility: One Multimedia Room

    d) Laboratories: Gym hall, Yoga Hall and all other equipments



    1. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university, government or other agencies: As per policy of Chandigarh Administration.

    2. Details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar) with external experts: Yes

    3. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning

    Teaching through projector, group discussion, extension lectures etc.

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

    Actively participate in all type of college activity.

    1. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans:

    Strength: Ability to handle all types of activity.

    Weakness: Less sources of supportive staff.

    Opportunities: To introduce job oriented courses in Physical education like: Certificate course and B.P.Ed. (One year) and organize national seminars/workshops.

    Challenges: Extra work load.



    Evaluative Report of the Department


    1. Name of the Department: Department of Psychology

    2. Year of Establishment: 1982

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

    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: NA

    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

    02


    --

    Associate Professors

    --

    Asst. Professors

    01

    02- Resourse persons

    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

      Dr. Rajesh Kumar

      M.Sc., UGC(NET), Ph.D., PGDGC

      Assist. Professor

      Clinical Psychology

      15 years

      --

    2. List of Senior Visiting Faculty:




    1. Prof. S.P. Sinha, Professor of Emeritus, Dayalbagh Educational Institute, Dayalbagh, Agra, UP.

    2. Prof. B.S. Chavan, Head, Department of Psychiatry, GMCH, Sector-32, Chandigarh.

    3. Prof. V.V. Upmanyu, Department of Psychology, Panjab University, Chandigarh.

    4. Prof. Jitendra Mohan, Professor of Emeritus, Panjab University, Chandigarh.

    5. Prof. Vidhu Mohan, Department of psychology, Panjab University, Chandigarh.

    6. Prof. M.S. Khna, Department of Psychology, AMU, Aligarh.

    7. Prof. N.K.Chaddha, Head, Department of Psychology, University of Delhi, Delhi.

    8. Prof. S.K. Srivastava, Head, Department of Psychology, GKV, Haridwar.

    9. Dr. Md. Kamal Uddin, Associate Professor, Department of psychology, Faculty of Biological Sciences, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.

    10. Prof. S.N. Ghosh, Department of Psychology, HPU, Shimla, HP.

    11. Prof. Shah Alam, Department of Psychology, AMU, Aligarh

    12. Prof. Radhey shyam, Department of psychology, MDU, Rohtak.

    13. Prof. Manika Mohan Saxena, Department of Psychology, Raj. Univ., Jaipur.

    1. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled (programme wise) by Temporary Faculty: 66%

    2. Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise): BAI – 38:1; BAII – 20:1; BAIII – 32:1.

    3. Number of Academic Support Staff (technical) and Administrative Staff; sanctioned and filled: Technical Staff – 01

    4. Qualifications of Teaching Faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil/PG.: Ph.D – 1

    5. Number of Faculty with ongoing projects from a) National b) International funding agencies and grants received: 01

    6. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and total grants received: 01 Major Research Project sponsored by UGC, Rs. 3,95,600/-

    7. Research Centre /facility recognized by the University: NA

    8. Publications:

    Publication per faculty: Dr. Rajesh Kumar - 19

    • Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national / international) by faculty and students: Dr. Rajesh Kumar - 19

    • Chapter in Books: 01

    • 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.)----01

    • a) 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

    • Citation Index

    • SNIP

    • SJR

    • Impact factor

    • h-index

    1. Areas of consultancy and income generated: NA

    2. Faculty as members in

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

    Dr. Rajesh Kumar:

    1. Associate Editor, Indian Journal of Psychological Science

    2. Managing Editor, Indian Journal of Psychology and Mental Health.

    3. Registered Vocational Counselor (CRR No. A16565) under Rehabilitation Council of India under section 19 of RCI Act 1992.

    1. Student projects

    a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter departmental/programme: None

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



    1. Awards/ Recognitions received by faculty and students :None

    2. List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department: Same as given at Serial No.11.

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

    National and International:

    • UGC sponsored National Seminar on 4th March, 2009.

    • First Indian Psychological Science Congress in association with National Association of Psychological Sciences, on 12-13th October, 2011.

    • Second Indian Psychological Science Congress in association with National Association of Psychological Sciences, on 5-6th October, 2012.

    • First International and Third Indian Psychological Science Congress in association with National Association of Psychological Sciences from 24-25th February, 2014.




    1. Student profile programme/course wise:

    Name of the Course/programme

    (refer question no. 4)



    Applications received

    selected

    Enrolled

    *M *F


    Pass percentage

    BA I

    2014

    38

    22

    16




    BAII

    20

    09

    11




    BAIII

    32

    15

    17




    BA I

    2013

    44

    24

    20




    BAII

    47

    25

    22




    BAIII

    26

    15

    11




    BA I

    2012

    84

    57

    25




    BAII

    34

    16

    18




    BAIII

    22

    11

    11




    BA I

    2011

    69

    20

    49




    BAII

    26

    15

    11




    BAIII

    36

    26

    10




    BA I

    2010

    42

    24

    18




    BAII

    40

    13

    27




    BAIII

    08

    05

    03



    *M=Male *F=Female



    1. Diversity of Students: NA

      Name of the Course


      % of Students from the same State

      % of students from other States

      % of students from Abroad




      85%

      15%




    2. How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil Services, Defense Services, etc.?:” NA

    3. Students Progression

      Student Progression

      Against % Enrolled

      UG to PG

      10

      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: 03 Computers with internet accessibility and 07 Computers without internet accessibility.

    c) Class rooms with ICT facility: Installation of multimedia power point projector     with internet accessibility.

    d) Laboratories: 01 Laboratory fully equipped with the tools, test, and instruments required     for practical and research.

    1. Number of students receiving financial assistance from College, University, Government or other Agencies :

    2. Details on Student Enrichment Programmes (special Lectures/Workshops/ Seminar) with External Experts: Expertlectures are organized on specific topics of syllabus, group discussion, PPT presentations, seminars, workshops, etc.

    3. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning: PPT presentation, group discussions, fortnightly tests, quiz contests, field work, etc.

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

    -The Extension programme namely NSS, NCC offers a wide variety of programmes for students.

    1. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans:

    SWOC Analysis: (Strength, Weakness, Opportunity &, Challenge)

    Strength:

    The students (specially outgoing) encouraged analyzing their strength and weaknesses through one to one contact round the year through the help of experienced visiting faculties and resource persons invited during different occasions. Further, the students also updated pertaining to the ongoing changes in the field of psychology and provided latest information for various opportunities in psychology and allied areas through internet, employment news papers etc. The department also strive to shape skilled and qualified psychologists to serve the health, industrial, management, educational and developmental etc. sectors of the society.


    Future Plans with objectives:

    1. MA in Psychology and five years integrated course in Psychology.

    Objectives of MA (Psychology): The objectives of the course are given as:

    1. Employ skills and competencies required for practicing as a psychologist.

    2. Conduct research in the areas of psychology relevant to practise needs

    3. Have an adequate grasp of the ethical standards of the profession and apply them in their   practice.

    4. To shape skilled and qualified psychologists to serve the health, industrial, management, educational and      developmental etc. sectors of the society.

    5. To contribute to the existing knowledge bank in psychological sciences with an integrated and interdisciplinary approach.

    6. To enrich human resources through research, training and varieties of knowledge dissemination processes      to address various psycho- social and developmental issues prevailing in our society.

    7. To bring subjects like environmental psychology, disaster management, biostatistics, sports psychology, transpersonal psychology, psychology of Arts & literature, Business psychology, indigenous psychology,       etc. as academic subjects into the mainstream.

    8. To develop in-depth knowledge and skills in qualitative and quantitative research methods through laboratory, field and web modes of learning.

    9. To impart value based knowledge through teaching and researching.

    10. To ignite the spark in the students to reach their full potential.

    11. To develop students and scholars with competencies necessary to face the challenges in their personal and professional life, in turn they help others in society.




    1. P.G. Diploma in Advanced Forensic Psychology

    Objectives of P.G. Diploma in Advance Forensic Psychology:

    The pedagogy will structure around lectures and facilitating discussion on topics such as:



    1. Psychological and psychosocial basis of behaviour and personality development.

    2. Factors that lead to criminal behaviour, criminal profiling, methods of interviewing suspects.

    3. Scope for psychological assessments of suspects for facilitating understanding of the crime committed.

    4. Neuropsychological basis of cognitive processes and behaviour which would serve as the foundation for understanding their aberrations.

    5. Criminal cases, in which judgments and convictions have been made.

    6. International trends in forensic psychology investigations and the changing scenarios of crime investigation for national security and preservation of social security, and individual’s rights to remain silent during investigations will also be covered.


    Evaluative Report of the Department

          1. Name of the Department: Political Science

          2. Year of Establishment: 1982

          3. Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.) : B.A.General

          4. Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments/units involved: Nil

          5. Annual/ Semester/Choice Based Credit System (Programme wise): Semester System in B.A. 1st year & Annual System in B.A.2nd year & B.A. 3rd year.

          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 (if any) with reasons : Nil

          9. Number of Teaching posts : 3




    Sanctioned

    Filled

    Professors

    03

    Nil

    Associate Professors

    02

    Asst. Professors

    01




    Name

    Qualification

    Designation

    Specialization

    No of Years of Experience

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

    Mrs.ShashiWahi

    M.A., M PHIL Submitted Ph.D Thesis recently

    Associate Professor

    Political Science

    30

    NA

    Dr.Arun Kumar

    M.A., M. PHIL

    PH. D


    Associate Professor

    Political Science

    29

    NA

    Dr.Gobinda Chandra Sethi

    M.A., M. PHIL

    PH. D



    Assistant Professor

    Political Science

    08

    NA

    10. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization, (D.Sc./D.Litt. /Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,)

    11. List of Senior Visiting Faculty-Nil

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

    13. Student -Teacher Ratio (Programme Wise) – 80:1

    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.- M Phil - 1 Ph. D -2.

    16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) National b) International Funding Agencies and grants received: None

    17. Departmental Projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and total grants received: Nil

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

    19. Publications:



    TEACHER’S NAME

    Ms. Shashi Wahi

    Publications total

    03

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

    02

    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

    01

    Books Edited

    ___

    Citation index

    ___

    SNIP

    ___

    SJR

    ___

    Impact factor

    ___

    h-index

    ___

    20. Areas of consultancy and income generated: Nil

    21. Faculty as Members in



    1. National Committees

    2. International Committees

    3. Editorial Boards….

    National Committees

    Dr. Gobinda Chandra Sethi - Member, Indian Political Science

    22. Student Projects

    a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter departmental/programme: None

    b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the institution i.e.in Research laboratories/Industry/other agencies: None

    23. Awards/ Recognitions received by faculty and students: Nil

    24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department


    • Ms Lorren Colletta from USA

    • Prof. Bhupinder Singh Brar from Panjab University Chandigarh

    • Dr. Deepak Kumar from Panjab University Chandigarh

    • Dr.Kailash K.K. from Panjab University, Chandigarh

    • Dr.Shruti Bedi From UILS, Panjab University, Chandigarh

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

    A) National B) International

    26. Student profile programme/course wise:

    Student Profile in 2012-13



    Name of the course/ Programme

    Application received

    Selected

    Enrolled

    Male-female



    Pass Percentage

    2012-13


    B.A.Ist

    315

    315

    245 70

    86.8%

    B.A.IInd

    130

    130

    102 28

    92.9%

    B.A.IIIrd

    95

    95

    78 17

    97.7%

    27. Diversity of Students

    Name of the Course


    % of students from the same state

    % of students from other States

    % of students from abroad

    Bachelor of Arts

    85

    15

    Nil

    B.A.






















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

    29. Student progression; N. A.




    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




    30. Details of Infrastructural facilities

    a) Library; Centralized and books 2000

    b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students – UGC Network and Resource Centre, College Library, Wi-fi facility is also available in the college campus.

    c) Class rooms with ICT facility: Smart Class Room

    d) Laboratories-Nil

    31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university, government or other agencies - Centralised System, students is getting financial support as per rules.

    32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar) with external experts: Special Lectures by Resource Persons

    33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning- PowerPoint Presentation, Paper Presentation, Group Discussion, Quiz Competition and Class Tests.

    34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities-College has eight societies and each student is a member any of the three societies
    35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans- To start Post Graduate Course.

    Strength - Highly qualified Staff, Teaching is with power point presentation, Smart classrooms, Paper presentation and Research experience with small projects are done.

    Weaknesses - Students with low percentage from rural areas normally come and they are not regular in their studies. Result of B.A.1st is not to the satisfaction. No departmental library in the college. Student Teacher ratio needs to be reduced.
    Opportunities - Helpful in civil services, Incentive subject for Law Graduates, Students of political Science are successful in the field of Journalism but with this condition that student should be good in their communication skill
    Challenges - To upgrade the merit of the students is the main challenge. Students need to be encouraged for competitive exams and coaching classes’ needs to be started. Their communication skill needs to be encouraged.
    Future Plan: To start post graduate classes in the college.

    Evaluative Report of the Department


        1. Name of the Department: Public Administration

        2. Year of Establishment: 1983

        3. Names of Programmes/Courses Offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., IntegratedMasters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.) B.A.(Gen.) B.A.(Hons.)

        4. Names of INTERDISCIPLINARY Courses and the Departments/Units involved None

        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 Nil

        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


    02



    Associate Professors



    02

    Asst. Professors





    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 4years

    Harinder Kaur

    M.A. M.Phil pursuing Ph.D

    Associate Professor

    Public Administration

    29

    NA

    Dr. Sahib Singh

    M.A. M.Phil. Ph.D

    Associate Professor

    Public Administration

    29

    None

    11. List of senior Visiting Faculty: 06,

    Dr. B. S. Ghuman, Dr.Sudhir Sharma, Dr. Ramanjit Johal, Dr. Sahib Singh Bhayana, Dr. Sapna Chadha, Ms. Pushpa Girimaji

    12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled (programme wise)

    By temporary faculty: None

    13. Student-Teacher Ratio (Programmewise) 80:1

    14. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff; sanctioned and filled N.A.

    15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/D.Litt/Ph.D/MPhil/PG. - Ph.D-1, M.Phil-1.

    16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) National b) International funding agencies and grants received - None



    17. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and total Grants received - None

    18. Research Centre/facility recognized by the University - N.A.

    19. Publications: (2010 to 2014)

    TEACHER’S NAME

    Harinder Kaur

    Sahib Singh

    Publications total

    04

    01

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

    03

    01

    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

    01

    -

    Books Edited

    -

    -

    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 Boards…No one

    22. Student projects



    1. 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

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

    24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/visitors to the department:


    • Justice (Retd.) S.N Aggarwal, President, Punjab State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission.

    • Dr. J.N Sharma, Professor, Dept. of Gandhian Studies, Panjab University , Chandigarh

    • Dr. Madanjit Kaur Sahota, Member, Consumer Forum-I, U.T., Chandigarh

    • Sh. Sudhakar Rao, Scientist, Bureau of Indian Standards, Chandigarh

    • Dr. B.S Ghuman, Professor, Panjab University, Chandigarh

    • Dr. Sudhir Sharma, Professor, Deptt. Of Public Administration, Panjab University, Chandigarh

    • Dr. Ramanjit Johal, Chairperson, Deptt. Of Public Administration, Panjab University, Chandigarh

    • Dr. Sahib Singh Bhayana, Former Professor of Public Administration and Director, NWRC, ICSSR, P.U., Chandigarh

    • Dr. Sapna Chadha, Assistant Professor, Indian Institute of Public Administration, New Delhi

    • Ms. Pushpa Girimaji, Veteran Journalist, Gurgaon

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

    a) National b) International

    Department organized Two days National Seminar on “Consumer Awareness as an Emerging Force in India” on 14th and 15th September 2012 in collaboration with Indian Institute of Public Administration, New Delhi.

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


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

    Applications received

    Selected


    Enrolled

    Pass percentage



    *M

    *F

    B.A.I

    147

    147

    130

    17

    76.92

    B.A.II

    80

    80

    55

    25

    88.57

    B.A.III

    38

    38

    26

    12

    100

    B.A.II (HONS.)

    07

    07

    05

    02

    100

    B.A.III (HONS.)

    01

    01

    00

    01

    100

    *M=Male *F=Female

    27. Diversity of Students

    Name of the



    Course

    % of students from the same state


    % of students from other States


    %of students from abroad



    B.A.I

    85

    15

    As Admitted

    B.A.II

    85

    15




    B.A.III

    85

    15




    B.A. (Hons.)

    -

    -




    28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such as NET,SLET,GATE,Civil services, Defense services,etc.? –Centralized
    29. Student progression

    Student progression

    Against % enrolled

    UG to PG

    10

    PG to M.Phil.




    PG to Ph.D.




    Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral




    Employed

    •Campus selection

    •Other than campus recruitment





    Entrepreneurship/Self-employment




    30. Details of Infrastructural facilities

    a) Library Approximately 1000 books

    b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students Available in UGC Network Resource Centre

    c) Classrooms with ICT Smart Classroom

    d) Laboratories N.A.

    31.Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,Government or other agencies - Centralized

    32.Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures/workshops/ seminar)withexternalexpertsOctober,2010- Organized Seminar on ‘ RTI as an instrument of Good Governance’ by Dr. Swinder Singh, University School of Open Learning, Panjab University, Chandigarh. He enlightened the students on various provisions of RTI Act and how to make use of this right for Good Governance. Talk on ‘Participative Vigilance’ by Dr. Swaranjit Kaur, Coordinator, Centre for Human Rights and Duties, Panjab University, Chandigarh. She enlightened the students on bottom up approach to eradicate corruption.She said that preventive and participative vigilance are the most effective means to combat corruption.



    33.Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning Traditional teaching method, PPT’s, Assignments, special tests

    34.Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities - Each student is a member of atleast 3 societies. Some volunteers for NSS and NCC.
    35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans


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