Percentage of students appearing for the qualifying exam
after the minimum period of study 68.22%
Drop out rate 31.78 %
Progression to employment and further study (UG to PG or PG to Ph.D.):
UG to PG 25% app.
PG to PhD 05% app.
(Based on verbal inputs only)
Prominent Positions held by alumni: Please refer Annexure XIV
How many students have passed the following examinations in the last five years?
UGC-CSIR(NET) Examination 5
Indian Civil Services Examinations
Does the college collect feedback from students regularly?
If yes, what was the feedback obtained from the students of last year? How was it used?
The Creative Students’ Association of the college takes Annual Feedback from both students and teachers. The student feedback is taken verbally since written feedback results in ambiguity. This feedback is then conveyed to the institution head and then to the concerned teachers in consultation with the Principal.
Does the college publish its updated prospectus annually?
Does the college have an employment cell and a placement officer who offers career counselling to students? If yes, give details of the cell and its office.
i. Employment cell:
Role: Office of Employment cell is in the library and part–time employment counsellor helps the students to find out different employment opportunities.
ii. Placement officer:
Do teachers participate in academic and personal counselling? Give details.
Regular counselling is done by teachers especially at the time of admission and throughout the session.
How many students were employed through placement service during the last year?
Does the employment cell motivate the students to seek self-employment?
If yes, how many are self-employed? Please refer Annexure XV
Does the college have an Alumni Association?
If yes, indicate the activities of the Alumni Association.
The college has formed the Alumni Association in the year 2002 and has ambitious plans for the same. An introductory meeting of over 250 Old Students has already been held in which included fellowship, entertainment programme and dinner. Some of the proposed activities are:
Donations from well placed old students, especially NRI students.
Permanent Life Membership.
Taking help from Alumni for job opportunities to our students.
How are the policies and criteria of admission made clear to prospective students?
An admission notice is published in the leading English and vernacular dailies. Detailed information is contained in the college prospectus.
State the admission policy of the college with regard to overseas students. NA
What are the support services given to overseas students? NA
What are the recreational / leisure time facilities available to students?
Does the college have an efficient internal co-ordinating and monitoring mechanism?
If yes, give details.
The entire staff works both as a team and in groups, which have their own conveners. The college principal monitors the working of each group/committee from time to time. Co-ordination is achieved through various sub-committees appointed for specific tasks. These are termed as standing committees. A list of all standing committees for each academic year is circulated in the beginning of the session. It is imperative for each committee to hold a meeting per term under the chairmanship of its convener. These sub-committees cover all areas of activities like academic, sports, cultural etc.
Were any committees/external agencies appointed during the last three years to improve the organisation and management?
If yes, what are the recommendations?
The committees as detailed under (1) above meet the principal regularly to give oral feedback.
and help in improving the working of the college.
Does the college have an inbuilt mechanism to check the work efficiency of the non-teaching staff?
A number of non-teaching staff members who are on public – dealing counters are rotated from time to time. Student feedback is also obtained. Their regular ACRs are also written.
Is there a special committee for preparing the academic calendar?
The academic calendar is being provided by the University.
During the last two years have all the decisions of the selection committee/general body been approved?
If no, give reasons.
Does the college conduct professional development programmes for non-teaching staff?
If yes, give details
Short term summer computer courses
What is the current tuition and other fee structure?
70 + 150
B.Sc. (Home Sc.)
70 + 150
Have there been changes in the tuition and other fees during the last three years, give details.
Furnish the amount spent under the various heads of expenditure last year.
Please refer Annexure XVII
During the last two years did the college have an excess budget?
Is there an internal audit mechanism?
What are the various welfare programmes of the college? Give details.
1. Group serving linked insurance scheme of LIC[ in categories A B C D as per grade]
2. Janta personal Accident Insurance of the New India Assurance Co. Ltd. ( subsidiary of
GIC) of Rs. 1 Lakh only of each member.
3. Students Group Insurance.
Is there a grievance redressal cell in the college?
If yes, how does it deal with grievances of the employees and others?
Committee listens to the grievances of the employees and redressal is done by the concerned authority.
List the various loans available to the members of the teaching and the non-teaching staff of the college. What are the requirements and the eligibility criteria necessary to obtain loans that are available?
Loan is granted to the employee out of their provident fund account as per the Kurukshetra University rules and regulations. These loans are of two types — refundable and Non refundable. Non refundable loan is granted after 15 Yrs of regular service. In addition to it wheat loan is granted to the extent of Rs.3000/- which is recovered within the year.
What is the procedure of the college to purchase major items?
Sub Committees are constituted which discuss the major requirements with the Principal/Management. The Committee then calls for the Quotations/Tenders. After this, the Comparative statements are prepared. After the recommendation of the committee, the order is placed for the purchase.
Any other highlights:
VII: Other Healthy Practices 1. Has the college adopted any mechanism/ process for internal quality checks?
If yes, give details.
The Principal personally interacts with all sections of the college to get first hand information and necessary steps are taken for improvement.
2. Is the College sensitised to latest managerial concepts such as strategic planning, team-work, decision making and computerisation?
3. Does the College have
4. What are the national / international linkages established by the college for training and research?
1. Chandigarh Tourism.
2. Military Hospital, Ambala Cantt.
3. The Oriental Science Apparatus Workshop
4. IDDC Ambala Cantt.
5. Vaiseshika Electron Devices.
5. How does the college strengthen the regular academic programmes through other complementary systems like self-financing courses, non formal mode and distance education?
1. Self financing courses.
2. Distance Education.
6. What are the practices of the college to impart value based education?
The college follows the tenets of the Sanatan Dharma. The college “ADHYATMIC SABHA” organises various programmes for both students and teachers to imbibe in them basic human values.
7. How does the college inculcate civic responsibilities among the students?
By organising camps/seminars of NSS, NCC/Women Development Cell and organizing
Blood Donation Camps.
8. What are the efforts of the college towards all round personality development of the learners?
Active participation in Cultural, Sports, NCC, NSS and Subject Societies.
9. How is the college geared to achieve its specific goals and objectives?
By constant up gradation and feedback based communication with all human resource components connected with the college.
10. What are the efforts of the college to bring in “community orientation” in its activities?
The college organises various counselling camps to sensitise freshers and NSS volunteers.