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.
28. Does the college have collaborations/ linkages with national/international institutions?
If yes, list them giving important details:
29. Does the management run other educational institutions besides the college?
If yes, give details.
1. Diwan Hari Krishan Das S. D. Public School, Ambala Cantt.
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.
What is the proportion of the following components in the programme options?
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
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 )
How long does it take for the college to introduce a new programme within the present university system?
Approximatly 6 months
What are the contributions of the institution in the curriculum design of the University?
Please refer Annexure III
Has there been an academic audit by the University?
9. Furnish details on the following aspects of curriculum design:
ii. Interdisciplinary/ multidisciplinary approach: No
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
How are students selected for admission into various courses?
Through special entrance tests
Through their academic record
Any other (specify)
a. Is there a provision for assessing students’ knowledge and skills for a particular programme (after admission)?
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?
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.
Does the college encourage the teachers to make a teaching-plan?
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.
Are syllabi unitised according to a teaching schedule through the semester/year?
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.
How does the college supplement the lecture method of teaching with other learner-centred teaching methods?
Is there a centralised ‘media’ facility to prepare audiovisuals and other teaching aids?
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:
Different types of A-4 papers including self-adhesive paper
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 %
Are evaluation methods communicated to students at the beginning of the year?
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.
Does the college monitor the overall performance of students at the beginning of the year?
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.
How are teachers recruited? When and how are new teaching positions created? Give details.
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.
New Teaching Positions are created when new courses start and/or there is an increase in student strength.
Provide the following information about the teaching staff recruited during the last two years.