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Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments

B.A., B.Com., B.Sc.


7. Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions, etc.

Students of B.Com. Vocational took training from industries & Add-on-Courses (Tally, IT & Short Term Courses) students are also taking OJT from different industries & agencies


8. Number of Teaching posts






Sanctioned


Filled


Professors






Associate Professors








Asst. Professors



---

3



9. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization, (D.Sc./D.Litt.

/Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,)




Name



Qualification



Designation



Specialization


No. of Years of Experience


No. of Ph.D.

Students

guided for the

last 4 years

Ms. Suman Bajaj

M.Sc. (S/W), M.A., LLB, Foundation course in Edu. of children & dis- ability

Computer Instructor

IT, E.Com., O.S., Networking

34yrs.

---

Ms. Aarti Dhiman

M.C.A.

Guest Faculty

C,C++,DBMS,D.S., Networking

3yrs

---

Ms. Sulina

M.C.A.



Guest Faculty

C,C++,DBMS, D.S., Networking

1yr.

---



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

by temporary faculty: 50%
11. Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise): 20:1 in each programme
12. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff; sanctioned and filled

We are using the services of Administrative Staff of the college and technical support is outsourced




Administrative Staff Sanctioned

Filled

3

3

Technical Support Staff: Outsourced



13. Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil / PG.

PG – 03


14. Publications:

Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /

international) by faculty and students Papers published in by faculty: 4

(National level)




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

∗ Chapter in Books: 01



15. Faculty as members in


  1. National committees b) International Committees c) Editorial

Boards

Mrs. Suman Bajaj is a Member of Indian National Trust for Art & Cultural Heritage (INTACH), a National level Body



16. Student projects


  1. Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter departmental/programme

Almost every student is made to participate in various projects taken up by different Societies of college regarding cleanliness awareness, Health related Camps, Environmental Conservation & creative workshops/Exhibitions carried out within the campus of college.




  1. Percentage of students of B.Com. Vocational placed for projects in organizations outside the institution in different Industries.

75% students participate in projects outside institution in collaboration with NGO’s and Non NGO’s agencies.



17. Awards / Recognitions received by faculty and students
* Students have participated in Power Point Presentation in various competitions and have won a number of prizes.

* Red Cross volunteers took First Aid & Home Nursing Training by Home Guard Department, Ambala and participated in different events and competitions. They have been awarded with State level award.



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

Eminent Personalities that have visited the department during last four years:



  1. Sh. S.N. Panda, Principal, Chitkara University, Punjab

  2. Dr. Suri, HOD, KUK

  3. Dr. Pradeep Malik, KUK

  4. Dr. Vikas Mittal, KUK


19. Student profile programme/course wise:


Name of the Course/programme

Applications received


Selected

Enrolled


Pass percentage

*M

*F

2011-12

Advance Dip. In Fashion designing

Garment Construction

Certificate course


Diet Nutrition & Health

Edu.


Certificate Course

I.T. (Certificate Course)



03
15

12

17



B.A.-01
B.A.-2

B.Com.-2


PGDCA-2

B.A. – 6


B.Com. -2

PGDCA -1


B.A. – 12

B.Com.-Nil

B.Sc.-Nil

--
--

--

--



01
10

09

12


100%
100%

100%

100%


2012-13

Diet Nutrition & Health

Education (Certificate

Course)


I.T. (Certificate Course)
Cosmetology

(Certificate Course)



10

6


12

B.A.-6


B.Com.-4
B.A.-6

B.Com.-4


--

--



--
--

6

4



4
10

100%


100%

100%
100%



2013-14

I.T. (Certificate Course)

Diet Nutrition & Health

Edu. (Certificate Course)



7
8

B.Com. -4
B.Sc. – 6

--
--


4
6

100%
100%


2014-15

Diet Nutrition & Health

Edu. (Diploma Course)

Garment Construction

(Certificate Course)


04

10




B.Sc. – 4

B.A. – 3

B.Com. – 1

B.Sc. - 4


--

--



4

8



100%


100%


20. Diversity of Students




Name of the

Course


% of students from the same state


% of students from other States


% of students from abroad

B.A. 2011-12

2012-13


2013-14

2014-15


60

70

60



70

40

30

40



30

Nil

Nil


Nil

Nil




B.COM. 2011-12

2012-13


2013-14

2014-15



60

60

70



70

40

40

30



30

Nil

Nil


Nil

Nil



B.SC. 2012-13

2013-14


2014-15

90

50

70



10

50

30



Nil

Nil


Nil


PGDCA 2011-12

2012-13


2013-14

2014-15


90

100


80

90


10

0

20



10

Nil

Nil


Nil

Nil



21. Student progression



Student progression


Against % enrolled

UG to PG

50%

PG to M.Phil.

N.A.

PG to Ph.D.

N.A.

Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral

N.A.

Employed

Campus selection

Other than campus recruitment

10%
40%



Entrepreneurship/Self-employment

40%





22. Details of Infrastructural facilities

a) Library: 1. Well equipped Central Library with Wi-Fi facility

2. Departmental Library with Text Books, Reference Books

etc.
b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students - Internet & Wi-Fi facility available for students & staff



c) Class rooms with ICT facility 05

d) Laboratories 03
23. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,

government or other agencies
Session From Govt. From other agencies

B.Com. (with Computer)

2011-12 14 10

2012-13 21 15

2013-14 33 16

2014-15 19 09

B.A.

2011-12 15 05

2012-13 27 08

2013-14 41 03

2014-15 49 04

PGDCA

2011-12 -- --

2012-13 -- --

2013-14 02 01

2014-15 -- --

B.Sc.

2012-13 -- --

2013-14 03 01

2014-15 01 01


24. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops /

seminar) with external experts

Workshop/Special Lectures were arranged for the enrichment of students on different Software and packages like Tally, I.T., Web Designing, E. Commerce.



25. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning

  • Language Lab is used for enhancing learning of correct pronunciation and other language based exercises and also for effective Communication skills.

  • Using LCD Projector

  • Referring to E-Journal

  • Referring to E-books & downloading

  • OHP presentation

  • Using Interactive board

  • Regular class Tests

  • Group discussion in Classes

  • Assignment given on regular basis

  • Power point presentation



26. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities
Students of our department are members Incharge of different activities like Red Cross Unit, Red Ribbon Club, NCC & NSS Unit, Women Cell, Legal Literacy Cell and also participate in activities like Rallies (Badhte Kadam) Save environment & Beti Bachao Abhiyan, Visit to Old Age Home. The H.O.D. organizes educational tours every year.


27. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans

Strengths:

  • Qualified and experienced faculty

  • Infrastructure with ICT facility.

  • A great number of books on Computer in Central Library and Departmental Library.

  • Sufficient adequate original software & well equipped computer lab Wi-Fi facility

  • Co-operation from other department

  • The Department organizes trainings to apprise and upgrade the teaching and administrative staff about basics of computer, preparing PPTs and working on latest software.


Weaknesses

  • We are not able to get more regular faculty in computer department due to Govt. policies.

  • The girls from rural areas have insufficient computer background.

  • Most of the students do not have personal computers, so they can do little practice at home.

  • Although we have 3 computer labs but give each student sufficient practice, even this infrastructure seems less.


Opportunities


  • We are planning to start more short term IT courses which can open more career awareness to students. We are planning to start professional consultancy on Website Designing.


Challenges

  • Falling strength of the students due to easy accessibility of various professional institution/colleges in the nearby areas.


Department of Mathematics

1. Name of the department: Mathematics
2. Year of Establishment: 1980
3. Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M. Phil., Ph.D., Integrated

Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.): UG
4. Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments/units involved:

Commerce Department


5. Annual/ semester/choice based credit system (programme wise):

B.A.: Semester

B.Com: Semester
6. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments:

Commerce


7. Number of Teaching posts






Sanctioned


Filled


Professors

-

-

Associate Professors



1

1

Asst. Professors


-

1




8. 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

Mrs. Lata Nirola

M.Sc (Hons School), M. Phil

Associate Prof.

Pure Maths

29 Yrs.

Nil

Ms. Pooja

M.Sc, M.Ed

Assistant Prof.

Applied Maths

02 Yrs.


-



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

by temporary faculty : Lectures Delivered 42%

Practical Classes Nil


10. Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise): B.A 8:1

B.Com 40:1


11. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff; sanctioned and filled

Department is using services of the following staff of the college








Sanctioned

Filled

Academic Staff

3

3

Administrative Staff

---

1


12. Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/D.Litt/Ph.D/MPhil / PG.:
1. Mrs. Lata Nirola, M.Phil

2. Ms. Pooja, PG (M.Ed)




13. Areas of consultancy and income generated

Free Summer Workshop for school Students.




14. Faculty as members in

(a) Editorial Board Member of UMC Committee of K.U.K


15. Student projects



  1. Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter departmental/programme

Towards awareness and innovation in Maths and its applications, 100 % students prepare models explaining concepts of Maths and present in the Exhibition.

Almost every student is made to participate in various projects taken up by

different societies of the college regarding cleanliness environmental

conservation, health related camps and creative workshops /Exhibition

carried out within the campus of the college.



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

About 10 % of students participate in Quiz contests held in colleges outside the institution.

75 % students participate in projects outside the institution in collaboration

with NGOs and GOs.
16. Awards / Recognitions received by faculty and students

Recognitions received by faculty:





  1. H.O.D is member of UMC committee of Kurukshetra University.

  2. H.O.D is invited as member of Interviews Boards in local schools.

  3. H.O.D acts as external examiner in local colleges.

Recognitions earned by students:

  1. Avneet, a student of the Dept. was awarded for creative interdisciplinary activities.

  2. Ramneet, another student, was awarded by S.D. College Ambala Cantt for her creative activities.



17. List of eminent academicians and scientists / visitors to the department
1. Dr. K.T Arasu, Prof. Ohio State University, USA

2. Dr. Vinod, HOD, Deptt of Maths, K.U

3. Mrs. Sadhna, HOD Deptt. Of Maths, M.N College Shahbad

4. Mr. Bansal, HOD Deptt of Maths, D.A.V College, Ambala City.

5. Mrs. Vijay Gaind, HOD , Deptt. Of Maths, S.A Jain College Ambala City.

18. Student profile programme/course wise: NIL


Name of the Course/programme

Applications received


Selected

Enrolled


Pass percentage

*M

*F

B.A

2011-12



6

5




5

56.66%

B.A.

2012-13


6

6




6

80.54%

B.A.

2013-14


5

4




4

49.97%

B.A.

2014-15


10

8




8

83%

2011-12

B.Com (General)

B.Com (Vocational)

35

25


30

19





30

19


93.87%



2012-13

B.Com (General)

B.Com (Vocational)

30

15


21

10





21

10


75.1%


2013-14

B.Com (General)

B.Com (Vocational)

35

15


32

12





32

12


70.27%


2014-15

B.Com (General)

B.Com (Vocational)

35

20


27

13





27

13


60.6%




19. Diversity of Students




Name of the

Course


% of students from the same state


% of students from other States


% of students from abroad

B.A

2011-12


40

60

NIL

B.A.

2012-13


50

50

NIL

B.A.

2013-14


50

50

NIL

B.A.

2014-15


13

87

NIL

B.Com

2011-12



61.23

38.77

NIL

B.Com

2012-13



19.36

80.64


NIL

B.Com

2013-14



56.55

45.45

NIL

B.Com I

2014-15



57.50

42.50

NIL

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

Two students have cleared NET


21. Student progression



Student progression


Against % enrolled

UG to PG

90%

PG to M.Phil.

N.A.

PG to Ph.D.

N.A.

Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral

N.A.

Employed

Campus selection

Other than campus recruitment

--

90%



Entrepreneurship/Self-employment

10% (Tuitions/Coaching Center)


22. Details of Infrastructural facilities

a) Library: Central Library with good number of course

books and general books. b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students:

(i) 3 Computer Labs available

(ii) Staffroom has a computer with internet facility.

c) Class rooms with ICT facility: Five Smart class rooms, Conference room, Audio-visual lab, Auditorium

d) Laboratories 3 Computer Labs
23. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,

government or other agencies

90 % Students get financial assistance.



24. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops /

seminar) with external experts

  • Department takes initiatives towards student enrichment through various efforts.

  • The students were prepared to participate in a T.V show to create awareness about Environment & Climate change.

  • Participation in Quiz contests is encouraged .Students are prepared to participate in inter-college/University level and State level Quiz competition.

  • Workshops on Mental Maths and Vedic Maths in Collaboration with Career Guidance Cell are held.

  • Tests on Logical Reasoning are conducted.

  • Remedial classes are taken

  • Classes for entry in Service are taken.



25. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning

  • Different teaching aids e.g. power point presentations are used.

  • Regular Group discussion on concepts of Mathematics are held.

  • Students are made to deliver lectures on the assigned topics.

  • Tests on Blackboard make them confident of their knowledge.

  • Feedback from the students is taken to improve teaching methodologies.

  • H.O.D has been nodal officer for Aadhar card.


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


  1. H.O.D has been nodal officer for Aadhar card.




  1. In the capacity of N.S.S. Programme Officer, Mrs. Lata Nirola has organized many Institutional Social Responsibility & extension activities.



  • 16 workshops were organized for ‘Capacity Building in Disaster Management for Govt. officials, PRI & Urban Local Bodies at Distt. Level’ in collaboration with National Disaster Management Authority & IGNOU Centre of College we organized.

  • Tree Plantation Camp in collaboration with Lions Club International’ in college as well as Ravidas Majri, adopted area of NSS College units.

  • ‘Campaign for Voter Card Enrollment’ was co-ordinated by Mrs. Lata Nirola in 2013-14.

  • Awareness Drive regarding safety of girls was organized by inviting Police Personnels for lectures.

  • Health camps organized & doctors from Civil Hospital invited. Medical tests conducted on both students and residents of ‘Ravidas Majri’. Iron tablets were distributed among poor anaemic female residents of Majri.

  • A Rally on ‘International Youth Day’ was organized to raise awareness about ‘Impact of the Western Culture on Modern Indian Youth’.

It was presided over by Dr. Satish Aggarwal, C.M.O., Ambala. Issues like

HIV, AIDS, Female Foeticide etc. were also taken up during the Rally.



  • 20 NSS volunteers were taken to participate in ‘Voters’ Rally’ organized by S.D. College, Ambala Cantt to raise awareness about right and duty to ‘Vote’.

  • 50 NSS volunteers participated in ‘Beti Bachao Abhiyan’. The students carried slogans in Rally and took oath to eradicate the evil of Female Foeticide.

  • Survey on ‘Health & Hygiene’ of Female Residents of Ravidas Majri was conducted & problem solving sessions were held after its analysis.

  • Dental check-up Camp’ was organized in Ravidas Majri in collaboration with Bharat Vikas Parishad. Doctors gave free medical check-up. Free tooth brushes and tooth pastes were distributed.

  • ‘Vocational Training Camp’ for residents of Ravidas Majri was organized. They were trained in Art & Craft, Tie and Dye Techniques, Flower making, Pot decoration and Fabric Painting etc.



27. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans
Strengths


  • Highly Competent faculty.

  • Healthy teacher taught relation.



Weaknesses


  • Non Sanctioning of permanent posts by Govt.



Opportunity


  • Maths teachers are high in demand.

  • The subject cuts through various interdisciplinary competitive Exams.

  • Students can work towards self employment.



Challenges


  • Mathematics is a tough subject.

  • There are three papers in Maths in each class whereas in other subjects the students have to clear a single paper. So the students feel more pressurised.




  • College caters to students from rural areas who do not have a sound previous knowledge of the fundamental concepts of the subject. The teacher has to explain very basics to build up their grip on the subject.

  • The senior permanent faculty is on the verge of retirement. So Department will miss the experiential knowledge of the faculty.



Future Plans


  • The Dept. wants to popularize the subject amongst student.

  • The Department plans to organize a National Seminar in near future.

  • The Department plans to organize a Workshop on Vedic Maths in future.

  • It is planned to organize and Inter-College Mathematical Model-Making Contest also.


Department of English

1. Name of the department English
2. Year of Establishment 1980
3. Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated

Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.) - UG (B.A., B.Com, B.Sc.)
4. Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments/units involved

B.Com, B.Sc.


5. Annual/ semester/choice based credit system (programme wise)

B.A. (Semester), B.Com. (Semester), B.Sc. (Semester)


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

(i) B.Com.



(ii) B.Sc.
7. Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions, etc.

  • Add on courses of Functional English.

  • Short term course on Soft Skills

(in collaboration with Bulls Eye, Chandigarh and LEAP Skill Academy, Yamuna Nagar)
8. Number of Teaching posts





Sanctioned


Filled

Professors

---

---

Associate Professors

3


3

Asst. Professors

---

---


9. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization, (D.Sc./D.Litt.

/Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,)




Name



Qualification



Designation



Specialization


No. of Years of Experience


No. of Ph.D.

Students

guided for the

last 4 years

Ms. Onika Dhamija

M.A.

Associate Professor

---

34

---

Ms. Sulochana Sharma

M.A.

Associate Professor

---

33

---

Ms. Asha Khurana

M.A.,PGDTE,
equivalevt equiequivalent tto

Associate Professor

Linguistics

30

---


10. Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise)

(B. Sc.) 10:1

(Arts) 52:1

(Commerce) 40:1


11. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff; sanctioned and filled

Computer Lab Attendant Filled – 1, Sanctioned- Nil

Administrative Staff Sanctioned-3, Filled- 3
12. Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil / PG.

Mrs. Onika Dhamija – PG

Mrs. Sulochana Sharma – PG

Mrs. Asha Khurana – PG, PGDTE from CIEFL, Hyderabad

(equivalent to M.Phil in Kurkshetra University, Kurukshetra).


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

Add-on-Courses in Functional English

a) National Funding Agency-UGC
14. Departmental projects funded by DST - FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and total grants received

Sr. No.


Name of Project

Topic

Funding

Agencies

Grant

Received

Session


1

National Seminar

Evaluation of Indian Fiction in English- Major Trends

UGC, New Delhi

50, 000/-

2008

2

National Seminars

Perspectives of English in Multi Lingual Context.

UGC

30, 000/-

2012



15. Publications:
∗ a) Publication per faculty


  1. Mrs. Asha Khurana:

  • Effectual English Grammar & Composition – Volume I, II, III published by Dev Jyoti Publications.

  • Research Articles in ‘Prayas’

  • A Comprehensive Book of Communication Skills in English (for Engineering students).

II. Mrs. Onika Dhamija



  • Research Articles in ‘Prayas’

* Number of publications listed in International Database (e.g: Web of Science,



Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database - International

Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)

∗ Books Edited




Name of the Book

ISBN No.

Publisher Name

Perspective of Teaching of English in Multi Lingual Context Compiled & Edited

by

Mrs. Onika Dhamija




978-93-81615-09-6

Pragatisheel Prakashan

Communication Skills in English

by

Mrs. Asha Khurana






Ishan Publications(Regd.)

Effectual English Grammar & Composition Vol 1 by

Mrs. Asha Khurana






Devjyoti Books Private Limited

Effectual English Grammar & Composition Vol 2 by

Mrs. Asha Khurana






Devjyoti Books Private Limited

Effectual English Grammar & Composition Vol 3 by

Mrs. Asha Khurana






Devjyoti Books Private Limited



16. Areas of consultancy and income generated
* Spoken English – Free of cost

* Personality Development – Free of cost

* Career Guidance – Free of cost

17. Faculty as members in


  1. National committees b) International Committees c) Editorial

Boards

  1. Mrs. Onika Dhamija

        • Chief Editor of College Magazine ‘Sanatan Surbhi’.

        • Member – Board of Studies, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra

2. Mrs. Sulochana Sharma

  • Editor – English Section of Sanatan Surbhi.

3. Mrs. Asha Khurana

  • Member of Academic Council of Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra

  • Editor – English Section of ‘Sanatan Surbhi’.


18. Student projects

  1. Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter departmental/programme

Almost every student is made to participate in various projects taken up by different Societies of college regarding cleanliness awareness, environmental conservation, health related Camps & creative Workshops/Exhibitions carried out within the campus of college.


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

75% students participate in projects outside institution in collaboration with NGO’s and GO’s.
19. Awards / Recognitions received by faculty and students

* Ms. Asha Khurana was conferred ‘Nation Builder Award’ by Rotary India, Literacy Mission.

* Ms. Sulochana Sharma recognized as judge of English Debate Competitions on State level & National level organized by All India Kendriya Vidyalaya Association/Army school/Other college.

* Ms Asha Khurana was awarded a certificate of ‘Vishishit Sewa Puraskar in Education’ by Education Department, Haryana.

* Almost 40 students have won various prizes in inter college, District & State level Literary Competitions organized by other colleges & Govt. as well as Non-Govt. agencies.

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

Eminent Personalities

1 Sh. R. P. Gupta, I.A.S. Commissioner, Ambala Division

2 Dr. Deepti Punjab University, Chandigarh

3 Dr. Dinesh Dadhichi Head, Deptt. of English, KUK

4 Dr. Rupinder Kaur Punjabi University, Patiala

5 Dr. Tejinder Kaur Punjabi University, Patiala

6 Dr. K.K. Khurana D.A.V. College, Ambala City

7 Sh. Gulab Jha Regional Director, IGNOU,

8 Dr. R.K. Dhawan University of Delhi, Delhi

9 Dr. Harbhajan Bansal Guru Jambeshwar University

HISSAR


10 Dr. Balram Singh G.M.N. College, Ambala Cantt

11 Dr. Neena Malhotra S.D. College, Ambala Cantt

12 Dr. Anju Jain G.M.N. College, Ambala Cantt

13 Dr. Jagdish Batra Hindu College, Panipat

14 Dr. Sangeeta Hunda Punjabi University, Patiala

15 Dr. K. R. Joshi MMU, Sadhopur

16 Dr. Shivani Deptt. of Distance Education

Punjabi University, Patiala

17 Dr. Geetanjali Mahindru St. Beads College, Simla

18 Dr. Geeta Goel RKSD College, Kaithal

19 Dr. Salinder Verma SD College, Ambala Cantt

20 Mrs. Carolyn PD Expert

21 Mrs. Manisha Madan Expert Spoken English at Bull’s Eye

22 Ms. Megha LEAP Skills Academy

23 Mr. Ankit LEAP Skills Academy, Yamuna Nagar

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

a) National 1. Evolution of Indian Fiction in English – Major Trends –UGC

2. Perspectives of Teaching of English in Multi-Lingual

Context – UGC


22. Student profile programme/course wise:



Name of the Course/programme

Applications received


Selected

Enrolled


Pass percentage

*M

*F

B.A.

2011-12


66

54




54

80.3%

B.A.

2012-13


37

34




34

91.8%

B.A.

2013-14


35

21




21

70%

B.A.

2014-15


55

28




28

51%


B.Sc

2012-13


4

4




4

100%

B.Sc

2013-14


11

11




11

100%

B.Sc

2014-15


10

6




6

100%

Functional English in three yrs.

















23. Diversity of Students




Name of the

Course


% of students from the same state


% of students from other States


% of students from abroad

2011-12

B.A.


B.Com.

80%


61.23%

20%


38.77%

NIL


2012-13

B.A.


B.Com

B.Sc


74%


19.36%

50%

26%

80.64%


50%

NIL



2013-14

B.A.


B.Com.

B.Sc.

69%

56.55%


70%

31%


45.45%

30%


NIL


2014-15

B.A.


B.Com

B.Sc.

67%

37.50%


60%

33%


42.50%

40%


NIL




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


NET

Civil Services and Defense Services

4

NIL


25. Student progression



Student progression


Against % enrolled

UG to PG

50%



PG to M.Phil.

N.A.

PG to Ph.D.

N.A.

Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral

N.A.


30%

Employed

Campus selection

Other than campus recruitment


10%
40%



Entrepreneurship/Self-employment

25%



26. Details of Infrastructural facilities

a) Library: Central Library with books/journals

Departmental Library with 200 books

CDs on Films, Plays and Poetry -20
b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students-

  • Three computers labs with Wi-Fi facility

  • The staff-room also has a computer with internet facility


c) Class rooms with ICT facility - 5 class rooms with ICT facility,

auditorium & audio-visual lab is

also equipped with ICT facility.
d) Laboratories - Language Lab

27. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,

government or other agencies

Session

From Govt.

From other agencies

2011-12

15

05

2012-13

27

08

2013-14

41

03

2014-15

49

04



28. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops /

seminar) with external experts

Mrs. Onika Dhamija



  • Acted as Co-ordinator of Certificate Course in Functional English being organized every year for the past three years.

  • Organized Personality Development Programs for the holistic development and grooming of the students.

  • Many talks, lectures and Seminars have been organized under Equal Opportunity Cell.

  • Remedial classes under UGC plans have been taken up from time to time.

Mrs. Sulochana Sharma

  • The faculty has organized many Inter-college, district level & state level literary competitions as Incharge of College Literary society. Many such competitions have been organized in collaboration with Govt. & Non Govt. agencies like ‘Haryana Co-operative Society’, ‘Satya Sai Sewa Organisation’.

  • Scores of students are prepared every year to participate in various declamation/poetical recitation/essay writing/debate contests and dozens of them have secured prizes in Inter College/district/University & State level. Ms. Anamika had won 2nd prize in National Level Declamation Contest after clearing & winning 1st prize in three stages of inter college, district & state level competitions on ‘Relevance of Gandhian Thought in today’s world’ held at Wardha, Gujrat.



  • Many teams of Haryanvi Group Dance, Mime & One Act Play have been prepared from Zonal, Inter-Zonal, Inter-Varsity to National Level which contributed significantly towards winning ‘Best Women College’ trophy by the college consecutively for 5 years.

  • The faculty has been counselling candidates seeking admissions for B.A. First year for so many years about their choice of subjects/courses.

  • The faculty was Co-ordinator for organizing classes of ‘Entry in Services’ under UGC scheme for two years under 11th plan. ‘Remedial Classes’ for SC/ST/Minority students.

  • The faculty was Co-ordinator of National level Fine Arts Workshops, which were organized by Fine Arts Department of College and attended bt eminent national level academicians and artists.

Mrs. Asha Khurana

- Being incharge of Career Guidance and Placement Cell, the faculty has organized a good number of Seminars, Workshops and Lectures on Career related topics for the students.

- Workshops in Personality Development and soft-skills have been organized to make the students aware of the importance of enhancing communication skills.

- Remedial classes under different plans of UGC have been organized under her co-ordinatorship.

- Career-cum-Placement fests have been organized to give integrated knowledge of different higher education and job opportunities as well as avenues of self employment.

- Short term courses on soft-skills have been organized under Career Counselling scheme of UGC.


29. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning

- Language Lab is used for enhancing learning of correct pronunciation and other

language based exercises and also for effective Communication skills.


  • CDs of related topics are shown.

  • Internet videos of selective topics are shown.

  • Educational visits are organized from time to time.

  • Literary Quiz is organized to create interest in literature.

  • Print-outs & photocopies related to their tests/assignments are distributed to the students.

  • The students are encouraged to take weekly tests.

  • Special classes & extra time is devoted for slow learners and advanced learners.

  • Group study is encouraged.

  • Group discussions are done in classes.

  • Power Point Presentations are prepared by using teaching learning aids available in the college.

  • E-journals are referred.


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

A) Mrs. Onika Dhamija

- In the capacity of the Co-ordinator of Equal Opportunity Centre, short-term Soft Skills Courses have been organized. A good number of SC/BC students also benefitted from it.

- Under Equal Opportunity Centre, variety of lectures on different arenas of life like education, health & hygiene and job opportunities have been conducted from time to time.

B) Mrs. Sulochana Sharma

In the capacity of N.S.S. Programme Officer, many institutional, social responsibility & extension activities have been taken up.



  • 16 workshops were organized for ‘Capacity Building in Disaster Management for Govt. officials, PRI & Urban Local Bodies at Distt. Level’ in collaboration with National Disaster Management Authority & IGNOU Centre of College work organized.

  • Tree Plantation Camp in collaboration with Lions Club International’ in college as well as Ravidas Majri, adopted area of NSS College units.

‘Campaign for Voter Card Enrollment’ was co-ordinated by Mrs. Sulochana

Sharma in 2013-14.



  • Awareness Drive regarding safety of girls was organized by inviting Police Personnels for lectures.


  • Health camps organized & doctors from Civil Hospital invited. Medical tests conducted on both students and residents of ‘Ravidas Majri’. Iron tablets were distributed among poor anaemic female residents of Majri.

  • A Rally on ‘International Youth Day’ was organized to raise awareness about ‘Impact of the Western Culture on Modern Indian Youth’.

It was presided over by Dr. Satish Aggarwal, C.M.O., Ambala. Issues like

HIV, AIDS, Female Foeticide etc. were also taken up during the Rally.



  • 20 NSS volunteers were taken to participate in ‘Voters’ Rally’ organized by S.D. College, Ambala Cantt to raise awareness about right and duty to ‘Vote’.

  • 50 NSS volunteers participated in ‘Beti Bachao Abhiyan’. The students carried slogans in Rally and took oath to eradicate the evil of Female Foeticide.

  • Survey on ‘Health & Hygiene’ of Female Residents of Ravidas Majri was conducted & problem solving sessions were held after its analysis.

  • Dental check-up Camp’ was organized in Ravidas Majri in collaboration with Bharat Vikas Parishad. Doctors gave free medical check-up. Free tooth brushes and tooth pastes were distributed.

  • ‘Vocational Training Camp’ for residents of Ravidas Majri was organized. They were trained in Art & Craft, Tie and Dye Techniques, Flower making, Pot decoration and Fabric Painting etc.

C) Mrs. Asha Khurana

Career Guidance and Placement Cell under the co-ordinatorship of Mrs. Asha

Khurana, has organized a number of Career-cum-placement Fests.



  • The students of other colleges of Ambala have also been invited to participate in and avail the benefits of the Fest.

  • The youth of the slum areas adopted by the NSS units had been invited so that they gain some knowledge and exposure about the different job opportunities and the road-map to self- employment. The institutions, banks and KVIC (Khadi Village Industries Commission) were invited to make the visitors to the fest aware of Skill-development and Entrepreneurship development to grab opportunities for self employment.

  • The students of SBNSD Sr. Sec. School were also made part of the Fest to steer them and guide them towards better career.

  • Series of lectures have been delivered to NSS Volunteers and youth of the Majri on Career-guidance during 7 day NSS Camps to help the students find answers to their career-related queries. They have also been taught how to prepare for written tests, G.Ds. and Interviews.

31. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans

Strengths:

  • Infrastructure provided by institution i.e. Smart rooms, Language Lab, ICT based facilities, staff room, cupboards, Notice boards, Computer labs.

  • Highly qualified, competent and dedicated staff

  • ICT based teaching-learning using OHP, transparency & PPT

  • Student support services

* Mentoring

* Improvement classes



* Soft skill classes

  • Promotion of creative writing

  • Excellent university results.

  • Admissions in higher Institutions of learning.



Weaknesses

  • Dependence on affiliating university for approval of new course & short term diplomas despite having best infrastructure.


Opportunities

  • More short-term courses/coaching classes can be organized on improvement of soft-skills with the co-ordination of experienced faulty.

  • Coaching can be provided for preparation of various competitive exams (English being an integral part of these).

  • More books/journals/DVDs in the subject are to be added to the Department as well as central Library.

  • The English Section in the college magazine ‘Sanatan Surbhi’ comprises of articles/stories/poems etc. written by students and edited by students editor. The final editing is done by the faculty of English. This gives a platform to the creativity and expression of students in English.



Challenges

  • Competing with co-educational institutions.

  • Preference of professional courses after 11th over courses in Arts by students.

  • Students from rural areas.

  • The students found quite deficient in acquisition of English, a Foreign Language.

  • Difficult to make them avail of the opportunities because of their conservative background.

  • Grooming them with soft skills and personality development to compete with modern hi-tech world.

  • Balancing academics and co-curricular activities due to semester system with lesser number of teaching days at our disposal.


Future Plans

  • To start M.A. in English.

  • To start English Honours at undergraduate level.

  • To adopt more techno-savvy approach towards teaching learning.


Department of Hindi

1. Name of the department Hindi
2. Year of Establishment 1980
3. Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated

Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)


Programmes

Course offered

U.G.

B.A., B.Sc.


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

B. Sc


5. Annual/ semester/choice based credit system (programme wise)

B.A. Semester System

B.Sc. Semester System

6.


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