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Outcomes

The result of the participations in the various socially relevant activities have resulted in inculcating the willingness of being socially awakened citizens .



  • The local community-the slum dwellers benefited through frequent programs conducted by the students. In the nutrition awareness camps, mothers of the slum areas along with their children come to learn proper cooking with low cost nutrition and hygiene awareness.

  • Medical checkup camps provide free medical consultancy and medicines.

  • Vocational training workshops educate in personality development and communication

skills.

  • Environmental awareness programme organized by environment society ‘Dharni’ works for cleansing the environment.

  • The Blood donation camp organized by the NSS units, the students Union and staff form another significant contribution to the community.

  • The experience gained through extension and outreach programs helps students take better decisions, improve their self esteem and better career consciousness.

  • The extension and outreach program encourage students to develop a lifelong ethic of service to society.

3.6.8 How does the institution ensure the involvement of the community in its reach out activities and contribute to the community development? Detailon the initiatives of the institution that encourage community participation in its activities?

The institution has involed the commumity in its extension activities through community outreach programmes.This has contributed to both community institutional development in collaboration with NGO’s and other organizations.


  • More than 100 NSS volunteers took part in Run for Nation at Sukhna Lake in the memory of 150th birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda.

  • 50 NSS volunteers are teaching the children of Jagatpura Slum free of cost for the inclusive growth of the society.

  • Job Fest –Our College organized Job Fest on behalf of all the Chandigarh Government Colleges in which different reputed companies were invited to recruit the suitable candidates.

  • AIDS Awareness workshop at village Ramdarbar

  • NSS volunteers participated in pulse polio programme.

  • Free health checkup camp at Ramdarbar

  • Spreading awareness on Wear Helmet and obeying traffic rules in nearby sectors.

  • Rally on pollution free environment.

  • Community Hygiene and Sanitation Society visited shri satya sai baba old age home, sector 29, to know about their well being and problems and pledged to serve the needy and neglected section of the society.

  • 45 volunteers of the college pasted posters and educated the youth about the need to abstain from drugs.

  • 7-Day special NSS camp on the topic ‘Healthy Youth for Healthy India’.

  • Two Blood Donation Camps were organized in association with GMCH-32 and PGIMER Chandigarh.

  • Exhibition on Road Safety Rules was organized in collaboration with Chandigarh Police.

  • Socio-economic survey of adopted village Ramdarbar.

  • Celebration of Teej festival with residents of sector 46 Chandigarh

  • Emergency panel of blood donors.


3.6.9Give detail on the constructive relationships forged (if any )with other institutions of the locality for working on various outreach and extension activities.

  • NSS unit of the college organized Blood Donation camp with Rotary Club Chandigarh and HDFC bank.

  • NSS volunteers of the college participated in Pulse Immunization Programme in collaboration with the Health Department of Chandigarh Administration.

  • Red Ribbon Club(RCC) of the NSS Department of the college organized AIDS Awareness Programme in Collaboration with State AIDS Control Society(SACS).

  • Self defence for girls in collaboration with Department of Police, Chandigarh Adminstration

  • Exhibition on Road Safety Rules in collaboration with Chandigarh Traffic Police

  • Public information meet oraganized with the help of Alcholic aonymous AL-Anon Chandigarh

3.6.10 Give details of awards received by the institution for extension activities and /contributions to the social /community development during the last four years.

The institiute received various awards with the help of students involved in NSS, NCC, various societies for extension activities and contribution to social and community development.
Appreciation award given to Mr. Parveen Chaubey, Dr. G.C Sethi, Mr. Rajinder Singh, Ms. Tanuja Talwar incharges of NSS units by GMCH 32 Chandigarh for their contribution in organizing blood donation camps.
The students won various awards which are as follows

In 2011-12, NCC won 5 awards at National Level

In 2012-13, NCC won 2 awards at National Level and 6 awards at State Level and NSS won 2 awards at University Level

In 2013-14, NSS won 30 awards at University Level and NCC won 6 awards at National Level and 10 awards at State Level.


3.7 Collaboration

3.7.1How does the institution collaborate and interact with research laboratories, institutes and industry for research activities. Cite examples and benefits accrued of the initiatives - collaborative research, staff exchange, sharing facilities and equipment, research scholarships etc.

Since our college is running under-graduate courses and post graduation in commerce, henceno such collaboration and interaction is held with any other research laboratories and Institutions.
3.7.2 Provide details on the MoUs/collaborative arrangements (if any) with institutions of national importance/other universities/ industries/Corporate (Corporate entities) etc. and how they have contributed to the development of the institution.

The institute has an active Training and Placement cell for the development of the students.This cell in collaboration with the various companies organize Job Fest,placement drive ,workshop and seminars for the benefit of students and the society.


3.7.3Give details (if any) on the industry-institution-community interactions that have contributed to the establishment / creation/up-gradation of academic facilities, student and staff support, infrastructure facilities of the institution viz. laboratories / library/ new technology /placement services etc.

Please refer 5.1.9 for placement services .


3.7.4Highlighting the names of eminent scientists/participants who contributed to the events, provide details of national and international conferences organized by the college during the last four years.

In the last four years Dept. of Commerce,Hindi, Psychology, Public Administration, and Economics have organized National and International conferences and seminars.Eminent scholars like Prof. N.k. chadha(DU), S.N.Ghosh (HPU), Prof. S.P. Sinha( Agra uni), Mahmood. S. Khan(Aligarh uni),Sucha Singh(CRRID), B.S.Ghuman(Pbi. Uni) , Mrs. Pushpa Girima ji, Dr. K.K. Rattu(Chd. Doordarshan), Dr. Ganga Prasad Vimal(Delhi), Dr Darshan Singh ( Chandigarh) and many other eminent personalities contributed through their specific knowledge of the respective subjects.


3.7.5How many of the linkages/collaborations have actually resulted in formal MoUs and agreements? List out the activities and beneficiaries and cite examples (if any) of the established linkages that enhanced and/or facilitated

a. Curriculam development:

b. Internship:

c. Summer placement

d. Faculty exchange and professional development

e. Research

f. Consultancy:

g. Extension

h. Publication

i. Student placement:

The college has UG level courses (BA, B.Com, BCA). Post Graduate level course is in the subject of commerce only. Hence the research activities at the students level is limited. Many faculty members are member of board of studies who contribute in.curriculum development. Faculty members from the Department of Commerce, Punjabi, Psychology and Hindi have undertook and submitted minor and major research projects during last four years. The college provides for vast range of extension activities for promotion of institutional social responsibilities. The college faculty has published number of books and research papers at international, national and local levels.The training and placement cell of the college collaborates with number of companies, banks and other institutions facilitating on campus and off campus placement. Each and every student of M.Com class have undergone a training for a period of 45 days.

Every year a placement drive is held in the college under the banner of placement cell and many of the students get an opportunity to get different type of jobs.
3.7.6 Detail on the systemic efforts of the institution in planning, establishing and implementing the initiatives of the linkages/collaborations.

College on collaboration with NGO Don Bosco Navjeevan Society is facilitating free Higher Education for under privileged slum children especially girls. Society has registered 165 students, 116 girls and 49 boys for B.A Graduation.

Details attached as Annexure 9

CRITERION IV: INFRASTRUCTURE AND LEARNING RESOURCES
4.1 Physical Facilities
4.1.1 What is the policy of the Institution for creation and enhancement of infrastructure that facilitate effective teaching and learning?

The institution has a special committee (Infrastructure and Development Committee) besides IQAC for the creation and enhancement of infrastructure to facilitate effective teaching and learning. The policies are framed keeping in view the overall strength ofstudents of the college. As the College is a government institution, its policies for growth and enhancement depend on policies and vision as envisaged by the UT Administration in sync with notifications issued by University Grants Commission. The institution approaches the Administration and the UGC toseeks various funds for its infrastructural enhancement.


4.1.2 Detail the facilities available for

a) Curricular and Co-curricular activities – Classrooms, Technology enabledlearning spaces, Seminar halls, Tutorial spaces, Laboratories, Botanicalgarden, Animal house, Specialized facilities and equipment for teaching,learning and research etc.
b) Extra–Curricular Activities – Sports, Outdoor and Indoor Games, Gymnasium, auditorium, NSS, NCC, Cultural Activities, Public Speaking, Communication Skills Development, Yoga, Health and Hygiene etc.

The College established in 1982 shifted to its present premises in1990 and is spread over an area of 11 acres .The master plan was prepared, approved and constructed over the years by the Chandigarh Administration. The campus is fully endowed with excellent physical infrastructural facilities tosupport the teaching-learningprocess.Our College hasspacious Seminar, Conference/Multimedia halls, 32 classrooms comprising of 20 lecture theatres and 12 smart classrooms, wellequippedlaboratories, chambers for the faculty which facilitate the academic progress.

The College has a separate block for administration. The College Library withadequate space has an extensive collection of audio-visual material, books, journals, Internet, and othersupport facilities. The College has an out-doorSports Ground for sports activities and a Health Center to meet the diagnosticand medical treatment of students and staff. The College also has ninefully furnished and equipped Laboratories in subjects of - Bachelor of Computer Application, Defence Studies, Geography, Functional English, Psychology, Music Instrumental and Music Vocal.

There is also a facility of Girls Common Room to provide them the necessary space and privacy. Special arrangements for a canteen for the students and the staff is available in the College premises.There is also a provision of Staff-room for the faculty members of the College.A well lit and fully furnished ,fully airconditioned auditorium also exists in the College.


a) Curricular and co-curricular activities

  • Class Room. The Collegehas 32 classrooms comprising of 20 lecture theatres and 12 smart classrooms including labs. .

  • Technology enabled learning spaces :-The college has following technology enabled learning spaces:

    • BCA Computer Labs

    • UGC Network Resource Centre

    • Library

    • Smart Classrooms

    • Seminar Hall

    • Multimedia Hall

    • Geography Lab

    • Psychology Lab

    • Functional English Lab

  • Seminar Hall: College has one seminar Hall and one Multimedia Hall. The Seminar hall has a seating capacity of 50 and the Multimedia Hall has acapacity of seating 200 persons where workshops, talks, seminars, lectures, meeting and screening of documentaries are held and organized.

  • Tutorial Spaces: The tutorial sessions are held in the classrooms weekly by shortening each lecture by 5 minutes with specific focuss on value based education.

  • Laboratories: College has 9 laboratories which are fully equipped with computers, internet, projectors, touch boards, along with all the necessary tools needed to teach a particular subject.

  • Herbal Garden: There is a Herbalgarden in the college camps with more than 200 plants of 40 indigenous varieties, like- tulsi, aloevera, stevia, cardammom, patharhchatt, peppermint etc.

Specialized facilities and equipments for teaching, learning and research etc.: TheCollegehasthree computer labs with nearly 80 computers,and a UGC network centre with 10 computers to enable students to access the internet. The College Library too has the latest computing technology for the use of staff and students.The staff has been provided with laptops and given free access to internet via Wi-Fi to enrich and update their knowledge to be disseminated to the students. The fullycomputerized library also helps the staff and the students of post graduateand under graduate classes to understand the value of research. The College also provides the faculty use of projectors, touch boards, Internet, for easy visual dissemination of knowledge of their subjects. Power point presentation, on line talk, Television programmes like Discovery, Nat Geo and History Channels and certain movies related to subjects, out reach programmes and societies are frequently aired for the benefit of students

b) Extra- Curricular Activities :

  • Sports : The college has a large extensive and well maintained play ground for playing various games like: Football, Cricket, Base ball, Kho-Kho, Shooting, Kabaddi, Athletic, Ball Badminton, Archery, Wrestling, Boxing, Table Tennis, Kick Boxing, Softball etc where training andtournaments are regularly held.

  • Gymnasium : The Multi Gym with modern facilities exists in the college premises to motivate students to be health conscious and exercise during leisure time.

  • Auditorium : The college has a modern fully air conditioned Auditorium with a seating capacity to accommodate 700 people and has the latest equipments in terms of lights, sound, mike, camera, etc which is regularly used to hold functions like-Job Fest, Annual Prize Distribution, Convocation, Seminars, Talks ,Youth Festivals, Cultural Programmes etc.

  • N.S.S: N.S.S. is an integral part of the college having 450students volunteers. keeping the students in sync with their social responsibilities and organizing activities in college like – Tree plantation, AIDS Awareness Workshops, Blood Donation Camps (twice a year), Cancer Awareness Programme, Pulse Polio Training , Medical camps ,Relief Collection Drives at the time of National disaster and calamities. Thevolunteers are regularly sent for National Camps to enhance awareness and national integration

  • N.C.C: The College has one unit of Army and Naval wings in N.C.C aiming at training and facilitating the students to qualify for C certificate for direct recruitment in the armed forces. Students actively participate in most of the camps organized under the aegis of N,C.C at various Places held from time to time like- Sailing Expedition Camp, K & K camp, Sea Camp, Advance Leadership camp, Firing and Boat Pulling Competition, Shooting, Pre-RD Parade, RD Parade etc. Furturmore the National Cadet Corps unit in the college has been working hard to groom the leaders of tomorrow into disciplined and patriotic citizens who form the first and second line of defence.

  • Cultural Activities:The College has a lot to offer to he students by the way of cultural activities like- Giddha, Bhangra , Folk Dance, Goup Dance, Group Shabad, Orchestra, Folk Items , Traditional songs, Poem and Story Writing, Quiz, Fine Arts events and Heritage events like Vaar, Kaali, Kawishri singing, Dasuti ,Pakhi making Rangoli, etc. The students and have proved their mettle over and over again by winning prizes at every level at the Intra and Inter-college competition as well as Zonal Youth and Heritage Festivals at the Zonal and Inter Zonal Level, they have even gone ahead to excel themselves at by representing Chandigarh for seven consecutive years at the National Youth Festival and won the 2nd and 3rdprize at the National Youth Festival held at Udaipur in Jan 2011 in Folk Dance and Traditional Song category.

  • Communication skill: Personality Development ProgrammeClasses are being held in the College regularly by the teachers of Regional Institute of English, Chandigarh to help the students to improve their communication skills and develop their personality for improving their chances in the job market.

Health and Hygiene:

  • Canteen: The College has a neat, clean and hygienic canteen with a seating capacity of about 100, which provides fresh cooked wholesome meals for the staff andstudents. The canteen is run at economical rates fixed by the college at the time of awarding the canteen contract .Moreso during special occasions refreshments like tea, snacks, lunch etc are also provided by the Canteen.

  • Pharmacy: To take care of the health related issues of the staff and students a Pharmacy Room with resting area is available having all the necessary equipments and medicines for immediate first aid under the supervision of a qualified Pharmacist since the establishment of the college.The Health Center provides timely, accessible and confidential health care to the staff and students.

  • Water: RO water purifier attachedwater coolers are available on every floor of the college for staff and students. Water dispensers are also available in various offices, staff room, departments, library etc.

  • Washrooms: There are adequate washrooms for the staff and studentswith arrangement for separate washrooms for males and females alongwith special arrangements for differently abled also. The washrooms are neat, clean and hygienic.

  • Health check up camp Time to time various Health Check Camps for students and staff are organized by various societies and NSS

4.1.3 How does the institution plan and ensure that the available infrastructure is in line with its academic growth and is optimally utilized? Give specific examples of the facilities developed/augmented and the amount spent during the last four years (Enclose the Master Plan of the Institution/ campus and indicate the existing physical infrastructure and the future planned expansions if any).

ENCLOSED MASTER PLAN AS ANNEXURE 4

Since its inception in 1982 the College has been following the traditional method of teaching, but tokeep pace with thechanging needs and requirements to meet the challenges of academic growth, constant efforts foracademic growth through modern techniques have been incorporated, which includes constructing new wings as well as changing normal class rooms into smart classes.In the last four years, many spaces have been constructed/renovated.These processes though seem to be in a state of infancy or early maturation will definitely prove to be a boon in the future. The details of the facilities which have been addedare as under:



Constructions:

1. Science Block (three floors) - Completed

2. Gymnasium - In process

3. UGC Network Resource Center-Completed

4. Newly Constructed Principal’S Residence - Completed

5. Hostel on Campus –(plan and budget sanctioned and approved construction to start in the near future.)



Renovations:

1. Principal Office

2. Departmental rooms

3. Administrative Block

Note: Expenditures with Engineering. Dept

4.1.4 How does the institution ensure that the infrastructure facilities meet the requirements of students with physical disabilities?

The institute ensures that infrastructure facilities meet the requirement of the Differently-abled students.Ensuring that they don’t face any physical obstruction, special toilets have been constructed and concentrated efforts are made to accommodate their classes on the ground floor. The enabling unit of the College also has an easy access for such students. The needs of the physicallychallenged students are fulfilled by the supporting staff. The student’s are given extra attention during the college Terminal Examinations as well as during the Final Examinations. They are helped by providing the seats on the groundfloor.The Enabling Unit regularly works for this special group by holding talks by special personalities to motivate such students.Construction of ramps is in progress.


4.1.5 Give details on the residential facility and various provisions available within them:

Hostel Facility – Accommodation available

Recreational Facilities, Gymnasium, Yoga Centre, etc.

Computer facility including access to internet in hostel

Facilities for medical emergencies

Library facility in the hostels

Internet and Wi-Fi facility

Recreational facility-common room with audio-visual equipments

Available residential facility for the staff and occupancy Constant supply of safe drinking water

Security

Hostel facility in campus-Plan and budget has been sanctioned construction likely to start in near future.Presently thecollege has madearrangements and tie ups to provide accommodation facilities to the students coming from far flung areas in other college hostels.

Boys: 20 Seats are available at Govt. College of Education, Sector -20,

Chandigarh.



Girls: 15 Seats are available at S.I.E. College, Sector- 32, Chandigarh.

4.1.6 What are the provisions made available to students and staff in terms of health care on the campus and off the campus?
Health Care

There is a separate room for health care with one Pharmacist. Students are given all kind of basic medical facility in their hour of need. Few basic medical equipments like Sphygmomanometer, height and weight measuring machines and two relaxing beds are available in the room.Medicines are given as First-Aid under the supervision of the Pharmacist.Serious cases are referred to the hospital. Along with the First Aid facility of thecenter, every year it assists college NSS unit to organize Blood Donation Camps and Health awareness talks like Cancer awareness, Dental Hygiene Checkup and Eye Checkup Program also organized by the Health Center.



4.1.7 Give details of the Common Facilities available on the campus –spaces for special units like IQAC, Grievance Redressal unit, Women’s Cell, Counselling and Career Guidance, Placement Unit, Health Centre, Canteen, recreational spaces for staff and students, safe drinking water facility, auditorium, etc.

Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) of the college is functioning effectively and acts as a facilitator of activities and programmes aimed at achieving academic and all round excellence. It is an advisory body to the college on academic and research activities, students welfare schemes Infrastructure development and extension activities and to promote measures for institutional functioning towards quality enhancement through internalization of quality culture and adoption of best practices, welfare of differently abled students, SC/ST/OBC/BPL/Women. It has 12 members including teaching staff, administrative representation and alumini. Regular quarterly meetings are held with specific agenda keeping in view allround development of the college.

Grievance Redressal Unit:

There is a Grievance Redressal Committee for redressal of grievances of staff and students on academic ,discipline and other issues.Weekly tutorial sessions are conducted under the guidance of Principal and the Dean of the college where all the staff members are engaged for different groups of students. The grievances, if any of the students are addressed and brought to the notice of the higher authroties.Besides this, Students’Council is formed which works as a chain between students and Principal.Student Welfare Association is also there to handle such problems.


Women Cell :

The Women Redressal Cell attends to various complaints from the girl students in the campus, especially to issues regarding women harassment.Appropriate and prompt actions are assured to complainants approaching the cell. To enlighten the girl students of the college about their legal rights & women empowerment several workshops are also conducted.


Career Guidance and Placement Unit:

College has a regular placement unit functioning under the Vice-Principal which works toguide the students to explore career opportunities and organizes JobFests. It further helps in the professional development of the students by training them towards employability skills facilitatingthem to move into a desired occupation.


Auditorium:

The college boasts of an auditorium that has the capacity to accommodate 700 people.Various academicand cultural programs are staged for all round personality development of the students.



Drinking Water:

RO water purifiers attached to two water coolers are availableon every floor of the college for the staff and students. Water dispensers are also available in various offices, staff room, departments, library etc.


Health Center-

There is a provision of a HealthCare Centre in the college with one pharmacist Students are given all kind of basic medical facility in their hour of need. Medicines are given as First-aid under the supervision of the Pharmacist.Serious cases are referred to the hospital.


Canteen

Canteen Hall is located in the basement area of the premises. One big kitchen, Pantry and Serving Counter are attached to it. It also has an adjoining area with fixed benches and covered gazeboes with seating arrangement. Students are given breakfast, lunch and other snacks and refreshment facilities. Each year canteen contract is renewed keeping in view past performance and viability after fulfilling the mandatory prerequisites specified in the tender.


The college has clearly errmarked spaces for common facilities in the college.Details of uch facilities are as under

S.No.

UNIT

Place of Location

Incharge

1

IQAC

Public Admn. Deptt

Mrs.Harinder Kaur

2

GrievanceRedressal Unit

Vice-Principal’s Room

Dr.J.K.Sehgal

3

Women Cell

Deptt. Of History

Mrs.Mona Singh

4

Career Counseling and Placement cell

Campus

Dr.J.K.Sehgal

5

Anti-Sexual Harassment Cell

(for Girl Students)



Deptt. Of Economics

Mrs.Deepshikha




Anti-Sexual Harassment Cell

(for female employees)



Principal,GCCBA

Sector-42 Chd.



Mrs.Manjit Brar

6

HealthCentre

Campus

Mr.Ashish

(Pharmacist)



7

Canteen

Campus

Mrs.

8

Recreationalspacesforstaffand students

Staff Room

Mr.Praveen Chaubey

9

Safedrinkingwaterfacility

Campus

Mr.Lakhbir Singh (Care Taker)

10

Auditorium

Campus

Dr.Mahender Singh

11

Girls Common Room

Campus




12

Anti Ragging







4.2 Library Learning Resource
4.2.1 Does the library have an Advisory Committee? Specify the composition of such a committee. What significant initiatives have been implemented by the committee to render the library, student/user friendly?

Yes, there is a Standing Committee for selection and recommendation of books, journals, magazines, and newspapers to be purchased for the library.This committee comprises of following members:

1. Dr.Yashpal Kaur,Dean

2. Dr.J.K Sehgal, Vice Principal

3. Dr. Harjinder Singh,Burser

4. Ms. Harinder Kaur, I/C UGC

5. Ms.Mukesh Kumari, Librarian

6. Ms. Satnam Kaur, Supdt. A/C


4.2.2 Providedetailsofthefollowing:

  • Total area of the Library (in Sq. Mts.) – 926.97 sq.mtrs. approximately

  • Work Station for Self study - (size 33’.10 ½ ” x 16’ ½” )= 51.91 Sq. Mts.

  • Newspapers and magazine section -(size 60’.9” x 34’.4 ½”)=193.90 Sq. Mts.

  • Circulation section –(size 60’.9” x 58’.3”)=328.54 Sq. Mts.

  • Reference section-( Size 59’.7 ½” x 22’.1 ½”)=122.65 Sq. Mts.

  • Technical section- -( Size 22’.9” x 13’.6” )=.28.52 Sq. Mts.

  • Total seating capacity- 200 Readers

  • Working hours (on working days 9 AM to 4 PM , on Saturdays 9 AM to 2 PM, during vacation 8 AM to 2 PM without lunch break)

  • Layout of the library (individual reading carrels, lounge area for browsing and relaxed reading, IT zone for accessing e-resources)


4.2.3 How does the library ensure purchase and use of current titles, print and e-journals and other reading materials? Specify the amount spent on procuring new books, journals and e-resources during the last four years.


Library

Holdings


Year -1

2009-2010



Year – 2

2010-2011



Year – 3

2011-2012



Year – 4

2012-2013



Number

Total

Cost


Number

Total

Cost


Number

Total

Cost


Number

Total

Cost


Text books

899

Rs 263198

1896

Rs 613540

1712

Rs523737

867

Rs 207393

Reference Books

























Journals/

Periodicals



34

60


Rs 27118

Rs 24267


30

60


Rs 27118

Rs 21310


40

60


Rs 41570

Rs 29296


40

60


Rs 29280

Rs 39303


e-resources










UGC N LIST

MEMBERSHIP










UGC N LIST

MEMBERSHIP



N list

Any other (specify)










Annual fee Rs 5000







Membership Fee

Rs5000


Fee

Rs5000



4.2.4 Provide details on the ICT and other tools deployed to provide maximum access to the library collection?

OPAC - YES



  1. Electronic Resource Management package for e-journals

UGC N LIST

  1. Federated searching tools to search articles in multiple databases

  2. Library Website- On college website separete portal

  3. In-house/remote access to e-publications

  • Library automation: Yes

  • Total number of computers for public access: 8

  • Total numbers of printers for public access: No

  • Internet band width/ speed □ 2mbps □ 10 mbps □ 1 gb (GB)

  • Institutional Repository: No

  • Content management system for e-learning: No

  • Participation in Resource sharing networks/consortia (like INFLIB NET) N-list


4.2.5 Provide details on the following items:

      • Average number of walk-ins –

  • 250 per day.

      • Average number of books issued/returned -

  • 90 Books issued and 90 Books returned per day.

      • Ratio of library books to students enrolled –

  • 15 : 1

      • Average number of books added during last three years -

  • 1491 Books added in last three years.

      • Average number of login to opac (OPAC) -

  • 50 login to OPAC per day.

      • Average number of login to e-resources

  • xxx

      • Average number of e-resources downloaded/printed

  • xxx

      • Number of information literacy trainings organized-

  • Orientation programmes, books exhibition, Library related competition e.g. Book/reference hunting, Collage making, Slogan Writing, Essay Writing, Display Board -Display information regarding health career, spiritual and wall Magazine etc.

      • Details of “weeding out” of books and other materials -

  • Weeding is a continuous proccess3864 books weeded out during the last 3 years i.e. 2007-2008, 2008-2009 and 2009-2010 as some were torn, had become obsolete and were no more to be considered as per the latest syllabi. A new Photostat machine was purchased on buy back scheme in November 2009.


4.2.6 Give details of the specialized services provided by the library Manuscripts –

  • There is no Manuscripts in the Library

  • Reference -

  • Reprography –

  • Yes, we have a reprography section

  • ILL (Inter Library Loan Service) –

  • YES(on demand)

  • Information deployment and notification (Information Deployment and Notification)

  • xxx

  • Download

  • Yes, we have.

  • Printing-

  • There is no printing service.

  • Reading list/ Bibliography compilation-

  • There is no reading list / bibliography complication.

  • In-house/remote access to e-resources –

  • N- list membership

  • User Orientation and awareness -

  • Yes, Library Orientation Programme, Book Exhibition Competition, Display Board.

  • Assistance in searching Databases -

  • OPAC

  • INFLIBNET/IUC facilities

  • UGC N-List membership


4.2.7 Enumerate on the support provided by the Library staff to the students and teachers of the college.

1. Search the database.

2. Locate books on shelf.

3. Any other information as desired by the reader.

4. Book bank facility

5. Issue of text books and materials to needy students for whole year.


4.2.8 What are the special facilities offered by the library to the visually/physically challenged persons? Give details.

There is no special facility offered by library to the visually/physically challenged person.



4.2.9 Does the library get the feedback from its users? If yes, how is it analysed and used for improving the library services. (What strategies are deployed by the Library to collect feedback from users? How is the feedback analysed and used for further improvement of the library services?)

Yes, the library gets feedback in the form of complaints, suggestions and recommendations from its users through suggestion box. The librarian analyses the feedback of the users and forwards them to the Principal for taking appropriate action .



4.3 IT Infrastructure

4.3.1. Give details on the computing facility available (hardware and software) at the institution.

Number of computers with Configuration (provide actual number with exact configuration of each available system)



Sr. No.

Item

Quantity

Configuration

1.

PC

(217)


18

  • System: Microsoft Windows XP (Service Pack 2)

  • Processor: Intel (R) Pentium 4 @ 2.4 GHz

  • RAM: 512 MB DDR1, CD ROM

  • Hard Disk: 40GB

  • Monitor: 15”

2.

PC

(216)


20

  • System: Microsoft Windows 7 Professional (Service Pack 2)

  • Processor: Intel (R) Core i5 2300 Series

  • RAM: 2 GB ADD 4 GB, DVD Writer

  • Hard Disk: 320GB

  • Monitor: 19”

3.

PC

(215)


18

  • System: Microsoft Windows XP (Service Pack 2), Model Name: WSG32325V

  • Processor: Intel (R) Core 2 (TM) 2 Duo cpu, E4500 @ 2.20Ghz

  • RAM: 2 GB +ADD ON 2 GB, DVD Writer

  • Hard Disk: 160GB

  • Monitor: 18”

4

Functional English Lab

11

  • System: Microsoft Windows XP (Service Pack 2),

  • 28 Dual Core 945 Motherboard

  • RAM: 2 GB +ADD ON 2 GB

  • 160 GB Hard Drive

  • Floppy Drive

  • 17” CRT Monitor

  • Optical Mouse

5

UGC Resource

Centre


07

  • System: Microsoft Windows 7

  • Processor: Core i3

  • RAM: 2GB

  • DVD Writer

  • Hard Disk: 320GB

  • Monitor: 18.5” LCD

6

Library

16

  • System: Microsoft Windows XP (Service Pack 2)

  • Processor: Intel (R) Pentium 4 @ 2.4 GHz

  • RAM: 512 MB DDR1, CD ROM

  • Hard Disk: 40GB

  • Monitor: 15”

7

Library

05

  • System: Microsoft Windows 7

  • Processor: Core 2Dual

  • RAM: 2GB

  • DVD Writer

  • Hard Disk: 320GB

  • Monitor: 18.5” LCD




8

Other Departments

90

  • System: Microsoft Windows XP (Service Pack 2)

  • Processor: Intel (R) Pentium 4 @ 3.0 GHz

  • RAM: 512 MB DDR1, CD ROM

  • Hard Disk: 80GB

  • Monitor: 16” LCD



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