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  1. Does the college have the freedom and the resources to appoint and pay temporary / ad hoc teaching staff?

Yes No


If yes, give details.

     


If no, how are additional projects/expansion managed?
In case of non-grant courses like Functional English and Computer Science, the college collects tuition fee from the students and appoints teachers on Clock Hour / Temporary basis.


  1. Number of teaching staff who have attended seminars / conferences / workshops as participants / resource persons in the last two years:







Participants

Resource persons

National level

37

03

International level

02

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  1. Does the college follow the self-appraisal method to evaluate the performance of the faculty in teaching, research and institutional programmes?

Yes No


If yes, how are teachers encouraged to use the feedback?
At the end of the academic year, every teacher submits a self appraisal report to the Principal. This report contains subject(s)/paper(s) taught, result analysis, contribution of teacher for the development of college, research / publications, extension activities, suggestions and demands of the teacher not fulfilled by the college. The Principal goes through this report and accordingly encourages the teacher to use this feedback from the next academic year. However, for the promotion of teacher to the senior scale and selection grade, last three years self appraisal report is sent to the University for evaluation and based on this performance and the interview, teachers are promoted.


  1. Does the college follow any other teacher performance appraisal method?

Yes No


If yes, give details of the same and state how the results of the appraisal are used.
Every faculty has a co-ordination committee which discusses, on the basis of subject wise results, as declared by the university, the performance of the teacher in the meeting held at the beginning of the academic year. Every teacher is provided with daily teaching report diary, which is checked at the end of every month by co-ordinator / Vice-principal / Principal. From the academic year 2002-2003, the college has decided to evaluate the performance of the teachers through students’ feedback. Every month co-ordinator / Principal visits every class in order to obtain feedback from the students.


  1. Does the college conduct refresher courses / seminars / conferences / symposia / workshops / programmes for faculty development?

Yes No


If yes, give details.
The college conducted the following Seminars / Conferences during 9th Plan Period of U.G.C.

Sr.No.

Subject

Topic

Date of Conference

1

Microbiology

Recent Trends in Bio-technology for Rural and Industrial Development

20,21 March, 1999

2

Physics

Emerging Trends in Non-conventional and Renewable Energy

8,9 October, 1999


3

Pol. Science

Review of Constitution of India

10,11,12 February, 2001

4

Zoology

Assessment of Environmental Pollution due to Industrialisation and Urbanisation

10,11 February, 2001

5

Marathi

Satya Shodhakiya Sahitya

17,18 February, 2001

6

Physics

Introductory School on Astronomy and Astrophysics

15 to 19 February, 2001

7

Physics

Curriculum Development in Physics

2,3 May, 2002

Our teachers participate in the refresher courses / orientation courses arranged by the Academic Staff college of various universities.


  1. Give details on a few faculty development programmes and the number of teachers who benefited out of them, during the last two years:




        1. Teachers are encouraged to take benefit of the U.G.C. – F.I.P. scheme. So far 05 teachers took benefit of the scheme. In addition to this, 09 teachers attended Refresher Courses in the last two years.




  1. How many faculty have received teaching awards?


The following teachers have received awards. The “Shahu Bhushan” award is given by Shiv Chhatrapati Shikshan Sanstha, Latur (Parent body of the college).

Sr.No.

Name of the Faculty

Designation

Award

1

Dr.J.M.Waghmare

Retired Principal

Best Teacher Award by the Government of Maharashtra

2

Dr.B.M.Mantale

Retired Reader in Zoology

Best Teacher Award by the Government of Maharashtra

3

Principal A.S.Jadhav

Retired Principal

Priyadarshani Award, Shahu Bhushan Award, Best Teacher Award given by Yeshwantrao Chavan Smruti Pratisthan, Ambejogai ,Marathwada Gaurav Puraskar given by Marathwada Lok Vikas Manch, Mumbai and Shikshak Ratna Puraskar given by Maharashtra Primary Teachers Association.

4

Principal R.L.Kavle

Principal

Shahu Bhushan Award

5

Shri R.R.Soni

Lecturer in Commerce

Shahu Bhushan Award

6

Shri V.Y.Deshmukh

HOD, Russian

Shahu Bhushan Award

7

Shri M.S.Deshmukh

Retired Vice-principal

Shahu Bhushan Award

8

Shri S.B.Jadhav

Vice-principal

Shahu Bhushan Award

9

Shri S.T.Mothe

HOD, Commerce

Shahu Bhushan Award

10

Shri V.R.Dadge

Librarian

Shahu Bhushan Award

11

Dr.V.P.Suryawanshi

HOD, Mathematics

Shahu Bhushan Award

12

Dr. S.M.Muttepawar

Reader in Mathematics

Shahu Bhushan Award

13

Shri M.R.Patil

Lecturer in History

Shahu Bhushan Award

14

Shri Y.V.Reddy

Retired HOD, English

Shahu Bhushan Award

15

Shri V.B.Pawar

HOD, Economics

Shahu Bhushan Award




  1. What are the national and international linkages established for teaching and/or research?




              1. The Department of Chemistry has linkage with the internationally known educational establishment like IIT (Mumbai) and NCL (Pune)

              2. The Department of Russian Language had linkage with Pushkin Institute of Russian Language, Moscow (Russia) from 1978 to 1991.

              3. The Department of Microbiology has linkage with nationally reputed Institute of Science, Aurangabad and School of Life Sciences, North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon (M.S.)

              4. The Department of Physics has linkage with Shivaji University, Kolhapur (M.S.) and Inter Universities Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics (IUCAA), Pune.

              5. The Department of Sanskrit Language has linkage with Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute, Pune.




  1. Any other highlights?


a) The following teaching staff members of our college are active members of various Authorities of the University . These authorities have direct relationship with teaching, learning and evaluation.

Sr.No.

Name

Position held

1

Prin. R.L.Kavle

Senate and BOS Member of S.R.T.M.University, Nanded

2

Dr.V.K.Jadhav

Management Council Member, Academic Council Member and Chairman BOS, Botany, S.R.T.M.University, Nanded.

3

Shri V.G.Gaikwad

Dean, Physical Education and Member of Senate, S.R.T.M.University, Nanded.

4

Shri C.S.Mali

Chairman, BOS, Physics and Member Academic Council, S.R.T.M.University, Nanded.

5

Dr.R.S.Awasthi

Member, Academic Council, Chairman, BOS, Microbiology, S.R.T.M.University, Nanded.

6

Shri V.Y.Deshmukh

Chairman, Ad-hoc BOS in Russian and Member, Academic Council.

7

Dr.S.M.Sonone

Chairman, Ad-hoc BOS in Pali and Member, Academic Council.

8

Dr.M.P.Gadekar

Member of Senate

9

Shri K.B.Mane

Member, BOS, Geography.

10

Dr.D.G.Salunke

Member of BOS, Zoology

11

Dr.V.S.Shembekar

Member and Subject Expert, BOS Zoology, Dr.B.A.M.University, Aurangabad.

12

Dr.S.B.Waghmare

Member, BOS Sociology, S.R.T.M.University, Nanded

13

Shri O.N.Madansure

Member, BOS Sanskrit, S.R.T.M.University, Nanded

14

Dr.P.N.Sagar

Member, BOS, Management Science, S.R.T.M.University, Nanded.

15

Shri V.B.Pawar

Member, BOS, Economics, S.R.T.M.University, Nanded

16

Shri S.G.More

Member , Board of Management, Y.C.M.O.University, Nashik

17

Shri S.D.Salunke

Chairman, Sub committee (For Analytical Chemistry), BOS, Chemistry, S.R.T.M.University, Nanded.




  1. (i) At the beginning of the academic year 2002-03 all the teachers have submitted their self evaluation report. (ii) In the academic year 2002-2003 teachers are also being evaluated by the students.




  1. Innovative programmes to be implemented are discussed in the co-ordination committee meetings.


Criterion III: Research, Consultancy and Extension


  1. How does the college promote research?

  • PG Students doing project work Yes, In addition to PG students, our UG students of Functional English and Computer Science also submit project work under the guidance of the teachers.




  • Teachers are given study leave Yes




  • Teachers provided with seed money No




  • Research Committee for submitting project proposals Yes,




  • Adjustment in teaching schedule Yes




  1. What percentage of teachers are engaged in active research in the college? (guiding research scholars, operating projects, publishing regularly etc.)


28.5 %


  1. How many are full time research scholars and how many have registered as part time scholars?(Research scholar means M.Phil. or Ph.D. Student)

full-time

08

part-time

21




  1. Does the college provide financial support to research students?

Yes No




  1. Provide details of the ongoing projects:

Total no of projects

04

Total outlay in Rs.

1,34,000/-




  1. Does the college publicise the expertise available for consultancy services?

Yes No


If yes, give details.

Consultancy services are offered informally through the Departments of Chemistry, Physics, Zoology & Fishery Science and Microbiology. Such services are provided as a social obligation and honorary services.


  1. Does the college have a designated person for extension activities?

Yes No


If yes, indicate the nature of the post.
Full-time Part-time Additional charge


  1. Indicate broad areas of the various extension activities of the college:

i. Community development ii. Social work



iii. Health and hygiene awareness iv. Medical camp

v. Adult education and literacy vi. Blood donation camp

vii. AIDS awareness viii. Environment awareness

Any others :

ix. Village adoption through the university




  1. Are there any outreach programmes carried out by the college other than NSS & NCC, for example Population Education Club, Adult Education, National Literacy Mission or any other?

Yes No


Adult Literacy Programme.

  1. How are students and teachers encouraged to participate in extension activities?


Those students who participate in extension activities are felicitated. They are given certificates, shields, cash prizes etc. Those who excel in their chosen field are given additional borrower’s card. Based on their over all performance including their extension activities they are given “Shahu Shree” Award. Their names are displayed permanently on a board. University also gives awards to students who participate in such activities.

Teachers are also encouraged to participate in extension activities as it is useful to the society as well as for their self-appraisal. Many of the teachers voluntarily and enthusiastically participate in these activities.


  1. Does the college work and plan the extension activities along with NGO’s and GO’s?


The college has been highly active in social work and social awareness programmes. It is actively associated with -

                  1. Andhashraddha Nirmulan Samiti (ANS)

                  2. Vivek Vahini

                  3. Annabhau Sathe Dalit Samaj Sudharak Sangha

                  4. Late Flight Cadet Prasad Shendge Memorial Trust, Latur.

Extension activities along with NGO’s and GO’s are given in Appendix – II.


  1. Any other highlights :


1. The following staff members are recognised by the university as Research Guides for doing M.Phil / Ph.D.

Sr.No.

Name of Research guide

Subject

1

Dr. V.K.Jadhav

Botany

2

Dr. S.B.Waghmare

Sociology

3

Dr. S.R.Gundekar

Marathi

4

Dr. M.P.Gadekar

Marathi

5.

Dr. R.S.Birajdar

Chemistry and Physics

6

Dr. S.J.Phule

Geography


Following teachers have applied and are likely to get recognition as Research Guide


Sr.No.

Name of the Teacher

Subject

1

Dr. D.G.Solunke

Fishery Science

2.

Dr. V.S.Shembekar

Fishery Science

3.

Dr. R.S.Awasthi

Microbiology


2. The following teachers are doing research work leading to Ph.D. degree.

Sr.No.

Name of the Teacher

Subject

1.

Shri S.B.Jadhav

Geography

2.

Shri B.S.Chandrabansi

Chemistry

3.

Shri C.S.Mali

Physics

4.

Shri G.G.Musmade

Physics

5.

Shri S.D.Salunke

Chemistry

6.

Shri E.U.Masumdar

Physics

7.

Shri B.B.Sanap

Chemistry

8.

Smt. S.V.Gore

Chemistry

9.

Shri D.V.Vedpathak

Microbiology

10.

Smt. A.A.Jadhav

English

11

Shri M.H.Gavane

Political Science

12.

Shri S.S.Thombare

Public Administration

13.

Shri H.S.Patange

Commerce

14.

Shri D.G.Palke

Chemistry

15.

Shri D.B.Sonkamble

Geography

16.

Shri O.N.Madansure

Sanskrit

17.

Smt. S.G.Kulkarni

Hindi


Research centre –

The following Departments are recognised as research centre for Ph.D. by S.R.T.M.University,Nanded

        1. Department of Chemistry and Analytical Chemistry

        2. Department of Microbiology

        3. Department of Marathi

        4. Department of Zoology and Fishery science (likely to get)

      1. In order to inspire and help students to develop their personalities the college arranges various functions / programmes. We have different associations and committees to look after these activities.

      2. The NSS and NCC (Boys and Girls) units of the college are very active. The details of their activities are given in Appendix – III.

Similarly the report on Extra Curricular Activities, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Reading Competition and Mahatma Phule Writing Competition is also given in Appendix – III.

Criterion IV: Infrastructure and Learning Resources


  1. Enclose the master plan of the college campus indicating the existing buildings and the projected expansion in the future.


The plan is enclosed separately. Please see Appendix - IV


  1. How does the college plan to meet the need for augmenting the infrastructure to keep pace with academic growth?


The college receives grants from the U.G.C. as well as from Govt. of Maharashtra. In addition to this the college has received donations from individuals, institutions, MLAs and MPs. (Please refer to Criterion VII, Point No. 12). The college hopes to get such grants and donations in future also to meet the need for augmenting the infrastructure to keep pace with academic growth.


  1. How does the college maintain its infrastructure?


The college maintains infrastructure through maintenance grant received from the State Government and the U.G.C. In addition to this we have collected a fund in the name of the former Principal; this amount is kept in a fixed deposit, the interest on which is also utilised for the maintenance of the infrastructure.


  1. How does the college ensure optimum utilisation of its infrastructure facilities?


The class rooms, laboratories, auditorium, computer centre, audio-visual unit, language lab, Ladies Hostel, Library are the major infrastructural facilities of the college. There are separate offices for NSS, NCC (Girls and Boys), DTP, Competitive Examinations, Open University, Employer’s Credit Co-operative Society, Pump House, Administrative block and Guest House. The college has also parking shed. In order to ensure optimum utilisation of infrastructure facilities college adopts shift system for U.G. and P.G. classes and the library timings are 8.30 a.m. to 11.30 p.m. The premises are also used for conducting inter-collegiate cultural and literary programmes, sports events and also for MH-CET, LIC, MPSC Examinations. The college is centrally located; whenever possible college ground / open stage is used by various organisations for their meeting.


  1. Does the college encourage using the academic facilities?

Yes No


If yes, give details.
The college is centrally located. External agencies approach the college, which allows them to use some of its facilities. The college provides accommodation facilities to the NGO’s like Rotary, Lions Club and State Government for arranging M.P.S.C. examinations, MH-CET examination and LIC/Bank examinations and as an election booth and for the NGO’s meetings.

It is not possible for the college to encourage external use of its academic facilities. The college has shift system. The college starts at 8.00 a.m. and sometimes classes run up to 7 to 8 p.m. In exceptional cases the college allows outsiders to use the library facility.


  1. What efforts are made to keep the campus beautiful and pollution free?


Under Earn and Learn scheme the students are appointed to clean the premises. Some female sweepers on fixed pay are also appointed to clean the campus. The college also educates and encourages students to keep the campus clean.


  1. Is there an advisory committee for the library ?

Yes No





  1. Is the library interconnected with other libraries for inter-library borrowing ?

Yes No





  1. Is there a book bank facility in the central library?

Yes No





  1. Are the following activities of the central library computerised?




i.

Lending of books




ii.

Purchase of books




iii.

Lending of audio-visual material




iv.

Book bank




v.

Stock verification










Any others

vi.

Efforts are being made regarding computerisation of library. The work is in progress. At present there is one server with fifteen nodes.

vii.

Internet facility is available.




  1. Provide the number of books/ journals/ periodicals that have been added to the central library during the last two years and their cost.







The Year before last

The Year before




Number

Total cost (Rs. '000)

Number

Total cost (Rs. '000)

i. Text books

791

1,28,374-00

622

98,360-40

ii. Other books

1138

1,79,320-95

934

1,47,540-60

iii. Journals/ periodicals

158

59,908-70

156

69,447-75

Any others













iv. CD

48

18,050-00

165

46,020-00

v. Floppy

05

--

03

--

vi Audio Cassettes

--

--

--

--




  1. Does the library have the following facilities?




  • Reprography

  • Computers

  • Audio & Video Cassettes

  • Internet

  • Any other (specify) We arrange Book exhibitions on certain days like Dr. S.R.Rangnathan’s Birth and Death anniversary.




  1. Furnish the following details :




  • Working days of the library Average 272 days per year. (Library reading rooms are kept open on Sundays and other holidays)




  • Working hours of the library




  • Main Library 10.00 a.m. to 05.40 p.m.




  • Reading Room 8.30 am to 11.30 p.m. i.e. for 15 hours.




  • Total no of books in the library 68,181 as on 6.9.2002




  1. Is there a central computer facility in the college?

Yes No


If yes, give the configuration and other hardware and software details.
Our college does not have central computer facility, but the Department of Computer Science and IT has central server facility for their laboratories. In addition to this the office and the library have their own networking system.

Hardware details of the Computer Science and IT Department


Sr.No.

Location

Configuration

No. of Systems

1

Server Room

CUV4x-D, Dual socket 370, Apollo pro/33A chipset,

P-III 933 MHz-Dual, 256x4=1GB, 40 GB Seagate Barracuda, D-Link 538 NIC, Samsung (Smarten 45Bn),

Samsung Keyboard, Logitech (Scroll)-Mouse,

LG52 x CD ROM drive.

04

2

Server Room

Intel Corporation, 454 EB x 0.86 A.0022.P15 SE 440B x -2,

P-III 600 MHz, 128+64+64+MB, 10 GB, D-link, 538 TX

Samsung monitor, Samsung Keyboard, Logitech Mouse, FDD

04

3.

Lab-1

Motherboard-Intel-810, Processor – P III 500 MHz,

RAM – 64+32 MB, LAN card – D Link 538 TX,

Monitor–Smarten, Keyboard – Samsung,

Mouse–Logitech 3btn, Speaker-Typhoon, Hard disk–10GB

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4.

Lab-2

Intel P III, 1810-Ns366-6A69MV3G, HDD 20 GB,

RAM 128 GB, Monitor–Smarten, Keyboard–Samsung, Mouse – Logitech, D Link, DFE – 538 TX 10/100 Adapter

20

5

Lab-4

Mother board–Intel-810, Processor – Pentium III,

RAM-128 MB, LAN Card–D-link , DFE – 538 TX,

Monitor–Smarten 45Bn Samsung, Hard disk–20 GB, Keyboard – Samsung, Mouse – Logitech.

10

6

Lab-5

Motherboard–Intel-810, Processor–Pentium-III,

RAM-128MB, LAN card–D-Link DFE – 538 TX,

Monitor – Smarten 45 BN, Samsung, Hard disk – 20 GB, Keyboard – Samsung, Mouse – Logitech

15

7.

Lab-6

Processor– P III 1.13 A GHz, Motherboard i810E,

RAM–128 MB, Hard disk –40GB, Monitor – Samsung (Smarten 45), Keyboard – Amkette, Mouse – Logitech, Network card – Digi 5500 TX.

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Note: ISDN Internet facility is also available.


  1. Give the working hours of the computer centre and its access on holidays and off hours.


Computer Science and IT department server access time is 08.00 a.m. to 06.00 p.m. (Monday to Saturday). The college extends it up to 10.00 p.m. when the university examination approaches for the benefit of the students. The laboratories can be accessed on holidays in the afternoon.

  1. How many departments have computers of their own? Give the configuration and other details.




Sr.No.

Location

Configuration

No of Systems

1

Library

Intel 440 Ex, 266 MHz Celeron, 16 MB, DE-538/Realtek,

Wipro, Wipro, Logitech, Typhoon, 2 GB HDD, 1.44 MB.

05

2

Library

Intel 810, P III – 1.13 GHz, 128 MB, Digi – 5600, Smarten 45 Bn, Amkette, Logitech, 40 GB

10

3

Office

P-II Celeron 300 MHz, 1440 Lx MB, DE 530 NIC, RAM 32 MB, 2 GB HDD, Keyboard, Monitor, Mouse

08

4

Office

Intel P-III 1.13 A GHz, i810 MB, Digi 5600 TX NIC, RAM 128 MB, 40 GB HDD, Keyboard TVS Gold, Monitor Smarten, Logitech Mouse.

06

5

DTP

Intel corporation, SE 440 Bx2, P-III 600, 128+128 MB,

10 GB HDD, D-Link 538 TX, 1.44 MB, Creative 48 (Intrude),

Samsung (Smarten 4 Bn), Samsung Keyboard,

Logitech Scroll, Creative Multimedia card.

01

6

DTP

Intel 810, P-III 866, 128+128 MB, 20 GB, D-Link 538 TX, 1.44 MB, LG 52x, Samsung (Smarten 550), Samsung Keyboard, Logitech (Scroll), Typhoon Multimedia Card.

03

7

Physics Department

P-IV, 1.7 GHz, 128 MB RAM, 1.44 MB FDD, 40 GB HDD, Internet Keyboard, Scroll Mouse, 52 x CD ROM Drive, 15” SVGA Smarten, AGP Card, Printer Epson Lx300, Fax Modem LAN bit 56 K E , UPS- 500 Dx, 820W speaker.

01

8

Audio Visual Unit

500 MHz, 64 MB RAM, 2 GB HDD, CD ROM, Colour Monitor, Keyboard, 10 Mbps Network card, Mouse, UPS

01


Note: The Library has dial up internet connection.


  1. What is the output of the centre in developing computer aided learning packages in various subjects during the last three years?


Our Computer department developed some educational slides which we periodically show in Power Point to our students but no separate learning package has been made till now for any department as it was not necessary for the syllabi prescribed.



  1. How are computers and their accessories maintained in the computer centre and other locations of the college?


The responsibility for maintaining computers and accessories is given collectively to the Teachers in the Department of Computer Science and Information Technology. They look after all the hardware and networking problems and designing of software(s) for the college.



  1. What are the various health services available to the students, members of the teaching and non-teaching staff of the college?


Some of the Management Members are medical practitioners. As and when teachers and students approach them, these doctors provide medical help at concessional rate. (some times free of charge).


  1. What are the physical and infrastructure facilities available in the sports and physical education centre? Give details.


Play ground for the following sports is available within the college campus.

    1. Kho-kho.

    2. Volley Ball.

    3. Basket Ball.

    4. Indoor facilities for Table Tennis.




  1. What are the incentives given to outstanding sports persons?


Special Identity card is provided to them. These students are also given additional academic and sports facility. Besides this, during the annual social gathering players are presented with Cups / Shields / Blazers and Certificate. The college congratulates and honours them with prizes.


  1. Give details of the participation of students during the last year at the university, state, regional, national and international meets.




Participation of students

Outcome

Inter Collegiate

Kho-Kho Boys

Kho-Kho Girls

Badminton – Girls

Chess

4x400 Relay

Weight Lifting – 62 Kg

Weight Lifting – 69 Kg

Weight Lifting – 75 Kg

Weight Lifting – 90 Kg

Wrestling – 63 Kg.

I in University

I in University

I in University

II in University

II in University

I in University

III in University

III in University

III in University

II in University

Inter University

Kho-Kho Boys 6 players

Kho-kho Girls 2 players

Table Tennis Boys 1 player

Table Tennis Girls 1 player

Basket Ball – 2 players

Chess 1 player

Volley Ball – Girls 3 players

Wrestling – 1 player

Participated

Participated

Participated

Participated

Participated

Participated

Participated

Participated




  1. What are the major physical and infrastructure facilities available in the workshop and centre for instrumentation?


The college does not have workshop and centre for instrumentation, but we do have a separate construction unit, with carpenter, electrician, mason and plumber – minor repairs are done through these regular employees.


  1. Give details of the hostel facilities available in the campus?


There are two hostels; one for the Girls and the other for the Boys.

Girls Hostel:

  1. 40 rooms with twin sharing accommodation for 80 girl students is available.

  2. Cot, Chair, Table, Cup-board, Tube-light, Bulb and Fan are installed in the rooms.

  3. Mess facility is available (at the rate of Rs. 500/- per student per month).

  4. Play ground and Indoor games facilities are available.

  5. Telephone / Mobile phone facility is available.

  6. One Rector and three assistants are appointed to look after the hostel.

  7. Medical facility is available.

  8. Visitor’s room is available.




  1. Any other highlights :


a. Boys Hostel (Only for poor students)

  1. The hostel comprises 19 rooms where 38 students are accommodated.

  2. In every room a bulb, a tube, a fan and a cot is provided.

  3. The hostel has its own spacious play ground.

  4. For the management of the hostel the college has constituted hostel committee and a lecturer from the college looks after the administration of the hostel.

  5. Visitor’s room is available.

          1. The college is developing botanical garden in the boys hostel campus.

          2. The college has its own fish pond in boys hostel campus.

          3. The college has its own SCSS Quality DTP unit. This unit prepares all the question papers of the college, provides stationery to the college, notes for students, prints annual magazine, prospectus, teachers’ daily teaching dairy, subject notes, souvenir etc. The unit saves 30 to 35 percent of expenditure on stationery and printing. Other details are enclosed in Appendix – V.

          4. The information about the library is given in Appendix – VI.

Criterion V: Student Support and Progression
1. Furnish the following details:

  • Percentage of students appearing for the qualifying exam after the minimum period of study

UG Entry Year (1999-2000) PG Entry Year (2000-2001)

B.A. 79.00% M.A.Geography 78.00% B.Com. 78.00% M.A.Economics 77.00% B.Sc. 65.00%


  • Drop out rate UG Entry Year (1999-2000) PG Entry Year (2000-2001) B.A. 21.00% M.A.Geography 22.00% B.Com. 22.00% M.A.Economics 23.00% B.Sc. 35.00%




  • Progression to employment and further study (UG to PG or PG to Ph.D.): It is difficult to ascertain. After graduation students hardly come into contact with the college.

Prominent Positions held by Alumni : Office bearers of the Alumni Association as well as a list of the other prominent alumni is given below:
Rajarshi Shahu College Alumni Association, Latur


Sr.No.

Name of the Alumni

Position held

1

Dr.Sopan Nivratirao Jatal

President

2.

Shri Ashokkumar Agrawal

Vice-president

3.

Shri Dharmaraj Madhav Hallale

Vice-President

4.

Principal Raosaheb Limbraj Kavle

Executive President

5.

Prof. Manik RangraoPatil

Secretary

6.

Sau. Meenabai Mohanrao Patil

Joint Secretary

7.

Shri Madhav Vishwanath Bavge

Treasurer

8.

Shri Gopal Bajirao Shinde

Member

9.

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