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The Recruitment of teaching and Non-teaching staff is made as per guidelines issued by

UGC/Government of Haryana/KUK from time to time.

15.Number of permanent and temporary members of the teaching staff at present:







Female

Male

Total

Permanent teachers (Total)

19

44

63

Teachers with Ph.D. as the highest qualification

07

17

24

Teachers with M.Phil. as the highest qualification

06

03

09

Teachers with PG as the highest qualification

06

24

30

Temporary teachers (Total)

15

05

20

Teachers with Ph.D. as the highest qualification

01

00

01

Teachers with M.Phil. as the highest qualification

02

00

02

Teachers with PG as the highest qualification

12

05

17

Part-time teachers* (Total)

02

01

03

Teachers with Ph.D. as the highest qualification

-

-

-

Teachers with M.Phil. as the highest qualification

-

-

-

Teachers with PG as the highest qualification

02

01

03

* Give the details of average number of hours/week or month: 12.5 hrs/week

16. Number of members of the non-teaching staff of the college at present:








Female

Male

Total

Technical staff

Regular


-

25

25

Ad-hoc

01

05

06

Administrative staff

Regular

01

23

24

Ad-hoc

-

12

12

17. Number of students enrolled in the college according to regions and countries:




UG

Female

Male

Total

Students from the same state where the college is located

1043

1062

2105

Students from other States of India

28

45

73

NRI students

-

-

-

Other overseas students

-

-

-

Grand Total

1071

1107

2178


PG

Female

Male

Total

Students from the same state where the college is located

113

36

149

Students from other states of India

02

00

02

NRI students

-

-

-

Other overseas students

-

-

-

Grand Total

115

36

151


Self-financing courses

Female

Male

Total

Students from the same state where the college is located

157

137

294

Students from other states of India

15

21

36

NRI students

-

-

-

Other overseas students

-

-

-

Grand Total

172

158

330



  1. Details of the last two batches of students:




PROGRAM



BATCH 1

BATCH 2

YEAR OF ENTRY 1998-1999

YEAR OF ENTRY

1999-2000

UG

PG

TOTAL

UG

PG

TOTAL

B.A.


Admitted to the program (entry year)

584

-

584

601

-

601

Drop-Outs


193

-

193

202

-

202

Appeared for the final year examination

391

-

391

399

-

399

Passed in the final exam.


376

-

376

353

-

353

Passed in first class.

49

-

49

32

-

32


Passed with Distinction

00

-

00

03

-

03

University Rank if Any

00

-

00

03

-

03

BA (HONS)


Admitted (entry year)

24

-

24

25

-

25

Drop-Outs


01

-

01

01

-

01

Appeared in final year exam.

23

-

23

24

-

24

Passed in the final exam.

22

-

22

21

-

21

Passed in first class.

06

-

06

13

-

13

Passed with Distinction

00

-

00

00

-

00

University Rank if Any

00

-

00

00

-

00

B.Sc

Admitted to the program (entry year)

176

-

176

157

-

157

Drop-Outs


67

-

67

67

-

67

Appeared for the final year examination

109

-

109

90

-

90

Passed in the final examination


105

-

105

84

-

84

Passed in first class.

61

-

61

37

-

37

Passed with Distinction

05

-

05

04

-

04

University Rank if Any

03

-

03

00

-

00

B.Sc

(Home Science)

Admitted to the program (entry year)

15

-

15

16

-

16

Drop-Outs


07

-

07

04

-

04

Appeared for the final year examination

08

-

08

12

-

12

Passed in the final examination


08

-

08

12

-

12

Passed in first class.

06

-

06

11

-

11

Passed with Distinction

04

-

04

00

-

00

University Rank if Any

03

-

03

00

-

00

BCA

Admitted to the program (entry year)

-

-

-

28

-

28

Drop-Outs


-

-

-

01

-

01

Appeared for the final year examination

-

-

-

27

-

27

Passed in the final examination


-

-

-

27

-

27

Passed in first class.

-

-

-

16

-

16

Passed with Distinction

-

-

-

01

-

01

University Rank if Any

-

-

-

01

-

01

B.Com

Admitted to the program (entry year)

82

-

82

99

-

99

Drop-Outs


01

-

01

09

-

09

Appeared for the final year examination

77

-

77

90

-

90

Passed in the final exam.


75

-

75

90

-

90

Passed in first class.

30

-

30

38

-

38

Passed with Distinction

00

-

00

00

-

00

University Rank if Any

00

-

00

00

-

00

MA(ENG)

Admitted to the program (entry year)

-

55

55

-

54

54

Drop-Outs


-

24

24

-

24

24

Appeared for the final year examination

-

31

31

-

30

30

Passed in the final exam.

-

31

31

-

27

27

Passed in first class.

-

03

03

-

00

00

Passed with Distinction

-

00

00

-

00

00

University Rank if Any

-

00

00

-

03

00

MA(HINDI)

Admitted to the program (entry year)

-

41

41

-

27

27

Drop-Outs


-

05

05

-

05

05

Appeared for the final year examination

-

36

36

-

22

22

Passed in the final exam.

-

36

36

-

21

21

Passed in first class.

-

05

05

-

04

04

Passed with Distinction

-

00

00

-

02

02

University Rank if Any

-

00

00

-

02

02

19. Give a copy of the last annual budget of the college with details of plan and non-plan

revenue/ expenditure (Attach separately).
Please refer Annexure II
20. What is the ‘unit cost’ of college education? (unit cost = total annual revenue budget(actual)

divided by the number of students enrolled)




Session

Unit Cost (without salary)

Unit Cost (with salary)

2000-2001

3313=83

12497=32

2001-2002

3339=86

14639=46

21. What is the temporal plan of academic work in the college?


Semester System

Annual System

Any other (specify)   
22. Is the credit system of instruction followed?
Yes No
23. Does the college have the following support services:
Central library

Computer centre

Health centre

Sports facilities

Press

Workshop

Hostels

Guesthouse

Housing

Canteen

Welfare schemes

Grievance redressal cell

Vehicle parking shed

Non-resident centre

Any other (specify)      
24. How many students have passed the following examinations in the last five years?
UGC- CSIR (NET) Examination 5

UGC- SLET Examination 2

GATE 2

Indian Civil Services Examinations



GRE 2

TOEFL 2


GMAT 2

Any other (specify)

NIFT 2

C A 6


C.D.S 3
25. How many students UGC – CSIR / GATE qualified candidates have registered for research in

the college?


Nil

26. Furnish the following details (in figures) for the last the three years:




  • Working days of the college




Session

Working Days

1999-2000

277

2000-2001

276

2001-2002

275






Session

Working Days

1999-2000

277

2000-2001

276

2001-2002

275




  • Teaching days of the college




Session

Days

2000-2001

176

2001-2002

169




  • Books in the library:



Session

Total Books

1999-2000

45909

2000-2001

47036

2001-2002

48007



  • Journals periodicals subscribed by the library

National:



Session

Total

1999-2000

78

2000-2001

79

2001-2002

83

International: Nil




  • Computers in the college: 51




  • Research projects completed and their total outlay: Nil




  • Teachers who have received national recognition for teaching /research/consultancy: Nil




  • Teachers who have attended national/international seminars


Please refer Annexure IV


  • Teachers who were resource persons at national seminars /workshops



Please refer Annexure IV
27. Give the number of ongoing research projects and their total outlay.
Nil
28. Does the college have collaborations/ linkages with national/international institutions?
Yes No
If yes, list them giving important details:
29. Does the management run other educational institutions besides the college?
Yes No
If yes, give details.
1. Diwan Hari Krishan Das S. D. Public School, Ambala Cantt.

2. Diwan Krishan Kishor Adarsh S.D.Sanskrit College, Ambala Cantt.

3. S. D. Public School, Noida (U.P).    
30. Give details of the resources generated by the college last year through the following means:


Source of funding

Number

Quantum (Rs.)

i. Donations

     

2,46,520=00

ii. Fund raising drives

     

1,33,501=00

iii. Alumni association

     

67,000=00

iv. Self-financing courses

     

16,03,652=00

v. Licence Fees




5,49,332=00



II. Criterion-wise Inputs

Criterion I: Curricular Aspects




  1. What is the range of programme options available to the students for awards such as degrees, certificates and diplomas?

B.A, B.A (Hons), B.Sc , B.Sc(Home Sc), B.Com, B.C.A, B.Sc (Hons) -Information Technology, M.A Hindi, M.A English.    

For Detail : Please refer Annexure I


  1. To what extent is the programme options are career oriented?

While the Undergraduate Courses act as basic eligibility for a host of careers; the PG courses and some of the UG courses in science offer fair chances of direct employment. Students from all the three streams of Arts, Science and Commerce prepare for competitions leading to careers in Management, Computer, Insurance, Civil Services, Railways, Hotels, Media, Sales, Research, Teaching and Consultancy.




  1. What is the proportion of the following components in the programme options?

Knowledge Skills


S.No

Programme

Knowledge Components

Skill Components

1

B.A

100%

-

2

B.A (Hons)

100%

-

3.

B.Sc

65%

35%

4.

B.Sc(Home Sc)

65%

35%

5.

B.Com

80%

20%

6.

B.C.A

75%

25%

7.

B.Sc (Hons) -Information Technology

60%

40%

8.

M.A Hindi

100%

-

9.

M.A English

100%

-

10.

Sanskrit Speaking Course

50%

50%




  1. Do students have flexibility to pursue a programme with reference to:

i. Time frame


As all the courses are being strictly run on the University guidelines, there is little scope for flexibility with reference to time frame.
ii. Horizontal mobility

The University allows the UG students to simultaneously pursue a few computer/IT related Diploma Programs. Similarly the distance education students are allowed to pursue a regular course in the college. However, scope for horizontal mobility is rather limited


iii. Elective options
Students have the option to choose the elective language of their choice at the entry-level

of the TDC course.

iv. Non-core options No


  1. How often are the existing curricula for a subject reviewed and updated?

The curricula for the subject is being designed by the Board of Studies for UG classes in which minor changes can be done every-year, while the major changes can be done after every three years.


What are the courses introduced by the college during the last three years? Give Details.



Programme/Subject introduced during last three years

Bachelor of Computer Application

B.Sc (Hons) Information Technology

B.Sc (Computer Science)

B.Sc (Computer Application Vocational)

B.Com (Computer Application Vocational)

B.Com (Principles and Practice of Insurance)

B.Com (Advertising Sales Promotion and Sales Management)

B.Com (Computer Application )




  1. How long does it take for the college to introduce a new programme within the present university system?

 Approximatly 6 months    




  1. What are the contributions of the institution in the curriculum design of the University?


Please refer Annexure III


  1. Has there been an academic audit by the University?

No

9. Furnish details on the following aspects of curriculum design:



i. Innovation such as modular curricula:

Since the curriculum is decided by the University, the college has little role to play.

ii. Interdisciplinary/ multidisciplinary approach: No



  1. Any other highlights: Departmental meeting are held at the beginning of the session for distribution of workload and unitization of syllabi.





Criterion II: Teaching-Learning and Evaluation




  1. How are students selected for admission into various courses?




  1. Through special entrance tests

  2. Through interviews

  3. Through their academic record

  4. Any other (specify)      




  1. a. Is there a provision for assessing students’ knowledge and skills for a particular programme (after admission)?

Yes No


If yes, cite examples.
Through Seminars, Assignments, Discussions, Projects and Viva-Voce.
b. Does the college provide bridge/remedial courses to the educationally disadvantaged students?
Yes No
If yes, cite examples.
Informal weekly and fortnightly classes are organised for academically weak students from time to time, especially in the subjects of English, Mathematics and Science.
c. How are advanced learners challenged to work ahead of the rest?
 1. Informal student-teacher contact program for greater interaction.

2. They are provided Text Books from the Book Bank.

3. Provision for getting more books issued from the library on request.

4. Scholarships.   




  1. Does the college encourage the teachers to make a teaching-plan?

Yes No


If yes, when and how is it made?

The heads of the various departments formulate a term-wise syllabus in consultation with their departmental colleagues and the same is followed by everyone. This not only ensures uniformity in teaching but also avoids a number of bottlenecks, especially where a class is being shared by two or more teachers.




  1. Are syllabi unitised according to a teaching schedule through the semester/year?

Yes No


If yes, give details of implementation in terms of monitoring, mid-course correction, etc.

 

The syllabi are unitised as in (3) above. It is monitored by the respective heads of the departments.    





  1. How does the college supplement the lecture method of teaching with other learner-centred teaching methods?

 1. Group Discussions

2. Tutorials

3. Practicals

4. Seminars

5. Exibitions

6. Questioning

7. Buzz Groups

8. Role-Plays

9. Brainstorming

10. Games

11. Discussion Leading

    


  1. Is there a centralised ‘media’ facility to prepare audiovisuals and other teaching aids?

Yes No


If yes, give details.
The centralised media facility allows the faculty members to create all types of audio-visual teaching aids like: transparencies, charts, flip charts, Power Point Presentations, Hand Outs, Stickers . It consists of the following:


  1. Personal Computers

  2. Ink-Jet Printers

  3. Laser Printers

  4. Dot-Matrix Printers

  5. Scanners

  6. Over-head Projectors

  7. Multi-Media Projectors

  8. 35-mm SLR Camera

  9. Transparencies

  10. Different types of A-4 papers including self-adhesive paper

  11. Charts

  12. Sketch Pens

  13. Flip Charts

  14. PA System

  15. Collar mikes

  16. Cordless Mikes

  17. Audio/Video Players

  18. CTV 29”

  19. DVD



  1. Furnish the following:




  • Teaching days 169 day




  • Working days 275 day



  • Work load: As per K.U / Haryana Govt. rules and regulations




  • Ratio of full-time teachers to part-time teachers (last two years):

2000-2001 - 77: 2

2001-2002 - 80: 3


  • Ratio of teaching staff to non-teaching staff (last two years):

2000-2001 - 79 : 53

2001-2002 - 83 : 54


  • Percentage of classes taught by full-time faculty 99.1 %



  1. Are evaluation methods communicated to students at the beginning of the year?

Yes No


If yes, give details.
The evaluation methods are printed in the college prospectus. They are subsequently displayed on the college-notice board and communicated orally in the classes.


  1. Does the college monitor the overall performance of students at the beginning of the year?

Yes No


If yes, give details:
 1. Through Constant Evaluation of students by getting personal information from the students

in the form of performa at the time of admission.  




  1. How are teachers recruited? When and how are new teaching positions created? Give details.




  1. Permanent Teaching Staff is recruited strictly through UGC/KU/Haryana Government norms through All-India advertisements in the print media. Adhoc and part-time teachers are recruited through a properly constituted selection committee constituted by the University/Management.




  1. New Teaching Positions are created when new courses start and/or there is an increase in student strength.   



  1. Provide the following information about the teaching staff recruited during the last two years.




Teaching staff recruited from

Same State

Other States

Same institution

Other institutions




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