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a) Executive Summary The institution has a clear goal and objective of enhancing students capability through curriculum design and development. This curriculum meets the requirement of the students with changes in the situation. The goal and objective is given prominent place during academic planning. Academic flexibility is achieved through regular feedback from the students and peer groups. Students are counseled to express their opinions freely and without any hesitation. Curriculum is updated from time to time keeping in view the latest trend and currents in the academic arena. Innovative ideas and experimental methods are used as best practices in curricular aspects. Teachers and students are encouraged to invent and suggest qualitative methods to improve general academic teaching. Teaching-learning and evaluation is given great importance. Regular tests are conducted to evaluate learning process and feedback is obtained. This feedback is used as a great motivating force to impart correct teaching. The admission process is well adapted and transparent. Various academic needs of the students are looked into for their career enhancement. Teacher-learning methods are conducive to quality teaching and students are encouraged to attend the courses regularly. Qualified teachers are appointed to impart proper training. Survey and test evaluation is carried out and reformative action is initiated. The institution follows the best and proper teaching method.

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The institution has always been promoting research activities. Teachers are encouraged to promote research and publish it. Faculty members are further encouraged to collaborate with other sister organizations for better results. The institution has a wide campus on its own land. Proper maintenance of infrastructure is carried out regularly and care is taken to fulfill the demands of the academic requirement. Library is used as a great learning source. Students are encouraged to visit library regularly and get updated with the current knowledge. Students progression is ensured through various tests and exams. They are encouraged to participate in various extra curricular activities. The institution provide clear vision and mission to conduct its activities.. The principle of participation and transparency is observed in the governance. Various welfare schemes are put into action. Grievance Redressal Forum is in existence to address grievances. Planning, development and mobilization is carried out through strategic planning. Financial documents are audited and proper record is maintained. The governance and leadership is fully capable of handling any untoward happening and is ready to tackle any issue with an efficient and professional manner. Proper utilization of human resources, staff recruitment and monitoring system is adopted to activate planning. Developmental objectives are formed for better governance and stake holders have a better role to play in it.

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Criterion I : Curricular Aspects


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Curriculum design and development


State the vision and mission of the institution, and how it is communicated to the students, teachers, staff and other stakeholders? Vision: The institution has a vision to enhance the students capability and progression. It also desires to become an excellent centre of Teaching and Learning with the aim to provide quality education which is technically sound, socially applicable to the rural students. The institution also visualizes catering to the needs of society by taking into rapid changes in the global scenario. Mission: The institution strives through its mission statement: To provide best of the education to the rural and economically backward students. To achieve maximum efficiency and excellence in imparting quality education. To provide maximum opportunities to the Girl Students so that they can be self reliant and economically independent.

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To provide and implement community Development Program via various extension activities. To promote and inculcate values and virtues in the students. To provide Practical and skill based Teaching for self employment. To promote and develop use of ICT Learning by taking into consideration global changes. To undertake various extension activities so that it reflects the aim and objectives of the Institution. The basic motto of the college is Nothing is sacred as knowledge in this world and with this motive , the college has set following goals 1. To establish a center of higher education offering

undergraduate and post graduate courses to serve rural society. 2. Community development through various extension activities. 3. To provide practical and skill-based knowledge to students for creating self employment and employment opportunities in private and public sectors. 4. To promote the use of Information Technology in teaching, learning, research and evaluation. 5. To undertake continuous assessment of students.

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6. To develop research attitude among students and teachers to cater to the local and global needs. 7. To create environmental awareness to save and conserve nature. 8. To develop scientific temperament among students and teachers. 9. To promote nationalistic ideals and values among students and teachers. 1.1.2 How does the mission statement reflect the institutions distinctive characteristics in terms of addressing the needs of the society, the students it seeks to serve, institutions traditions and value orientation? The mission statement reflects the institutions major motto and how it is going to achieve it. The institution has its own distinctive characteristics in term of addressing it to the society. It looks at the needs of the students and its application. The institution desires to serve students mostly from rural areas. Their needs are to be catered first. The institution has a tradition of imparting quality education to the students of underprivileged classes. This education is value based. The Institution believes that value oriented education is more beneficial to the students when they

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enters the society to serve people. In addition to regular curricula, the institution stresses on value education through community services and extra curricular activities. 1.1.3 Are the academic programs in line with the institutions goals and objective? If yes, give details on how the curricula develop / adopted, address the needs of the society and have relevance to the regional / national and global trends and developmental needs? (Access to the disadvantaged, equity, self development, community and national development, ecology and environment, value orientation, employment, ICT introduction, global and national demands and so on) Academic programs are strictly conducted as per the guidelines and statements given in its goals and objective. It addresses the following criteria : Curriculum is developed by the authorities through concrete interaction between different segments of the society and faculties. Recent trends in education are studied and applied in the syllabus. Care is taken to see that the syllabus is need based and beneficial to the students. National, regional and global changes are incorporated in the syllabus. The various trends observed in the society and its

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adaptation to the syllabus in considered important. Such new trends are studied and analyzed for the benefit of the students. Socially backward communities, deprived and downtrodden students are taken care of and given priority in an admission process. The present demand of the society is taken into consideration while applying the syllabus. Developmental needs for self reliance and community development is identified and applied to the students welfare. Access to the disadvantaged, equity, self development, community and national development, ecology and employment are included in the education being imparted in this institution. Courses like Social Work provide direct opportunity to the students to participate in village development. ICT courses promote Technology based Learning. Bio-Technology provides Eco-friendly governance. Commerce undertakes to give opportunity to students to embark upon various entrepreneurial jobs and assignments. However, all courses include moral and values as basic theme of development. 1.1.4 How does the curriculum cater to inclusion / integration of information and communication technology (ICT) in the

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curriculum, for equipping the students to compete in the global employment market? The institution offers certain courses like B.Sc.(IT), BCA, MCM, M.Sc. (Biotech). MSc (Computer Science) and DHNT which

caters to the need of society. It includes computer literacy and practical training to the students. It makes them employable. 1.1.5 Specify the initiative and contribution of the institution in the curriculum design and development process. (need assessment, development of information database, feedback from faculty, students, alumni, employees and academic peers and

communicating the information and feedback for appropriate inclusion and decision in statutory academic bodies, membership BOS and by sending agenda items etc.) Feedback from the students, Teachers, Alumni and Parents are obtained. This information is used for initiating development process. Faculties are invited in various bodies to frame and design syllabus. Some of the faculties are instrumental in framing the curricular aspects of the University. President of the institution Prof. Dr. R. G. Bhoyar was the member of academic bodies of the RTM Nagpur University. He was the member of Executive Council of RTM Nagpur University from

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1989 to 1992. He is also the member of Senate from 1989 till date. He was member of Academic Council in 1989 and from 1995 to 2005. Then he was also the Dean of Social Science faculty from 2000 to 2005. He was the member of social science faculty from 1989 to 2010. He was Chairman of Board of Economics from 2000 to 2005. Because of his membership on these bodies, we have contributed through his representation in framing of curriculum of RTM Nagpur University.

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Academic Flexibility
What are the range of program options available to learners in terms of degrees, certificates and diplomas? The range of programs is available as per the requirements of the students which is as follows: Arts : UG - with subjects like English, Marathi, History, Sociology, Economics, Geography, Psychology, Political Science, English Literature, Fashion Designing, Library Science. PG - in English, Marathi, Political Science, Geography, Sociology, Social Work and Information Library Science, M.Phil in Marathi. Commerce : BBA, B.Com. with Computer Application with PG in MIRPM, Computer Management.

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Science : B.Sc. (Biotech), M.Sc. (Computer Science), M.Sc. (Biotech) with Chemistry and Microbiology, Diploma in Hardware & Networking Technology. 1.2.2 Give details of the following provision with reference to academic flexibility, value edition and course enrichment : a) Core options b) Elective options c) Add on courses d) Inter disciplinary courses e) Flexibility to the students to move from one discipline to another f) Flexibility to pursue the program with reference to the time frame (flexible time for completion) a) Core options are not compromised. It has static value. b) Elective options are variable and need based. The

students are free to choose their option as per their need, aptitude and requirement. c) Add on courses are given or offered as per the

requirement. The students are given professional counseling for this choice. d) Inter disciplinary courses are integrated courses and

flexibility is available between them. e) Students can opt for other courses if they are not

satisfied with the syllabus.

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Flexibility in completion of the courses is given to

avoid monotonous nature of courses. Time frame is given to complete the courses on time. 1.2.3 Give details of the program and other facilities available for International students. (If any) As of now, the institution does not have any international student on its roll. 1.2.4 Does the institution offer any self financed program in the institution? If yes, list them and indicate how they differ from other program with reference to admission, fees structure, curriculum, teacher qualification and salary etc. The following self financed programs are offered : Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Program (B.Sc., B.Com. etc.) B. Com. B.C.C.A. B.Sc. (Biotech) B.Sc.(IT) B.B.A. B.C.A. B.Lib. M.A. (English) M.A. (Marathi) M.A. (Geography) M.A. (Sociology) M.S.W. M.Lib. M.C.M. M.Sc. (Computer Science) M.Sc. (Biotech) DHNT Fee charged in Rs. 5124 13839 7878 13673 9979 13673 8943 6489 6489 7891 6489 7234 7782 13585 17895 22004 19582

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M.Phil. Entry in Services NET / SLET Coaching Remedial Coaching for Minority Students

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Admissions: For the professional courses like M.Sc. (Computer Science) and MSW, we have limited seats, where we cannot accommodate all the applicants. Therefore, admission to these courses have open avenues to select the candidates on merit basis. Whereas, in traditional subjects, the seat for admissions are more than the demand and therefore the students having the low percentage get the admission. Curriculum: Though the Curriculum of both the courses, i.e., aided and self financed are designed by RTM Nagpur University, the Curriculum of self financed course is more employment and practical oriented. Fee Structure: Fee Structure for both the courses is framed by the RTM Nagpur University but fees for the Self-Financed Courses is on the higher side as compared to the Fees Structure for the aided courses. It is not as per the norms laid down by the State level Fee structure Committee. However, the fees prescribed by the RTM Nagpur
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University for self financed courses is not sufficient to cover the entire educational expenses. Teacher Qualification & Salary: Teacher Qualification & Salary are same for both the courses but qualified teachers (NET/SET/Ph.D.) are not available.

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Feedback of curriculum
How does the college obtain feedback on curriculum from a) Students? b) Alumni c) Parents d) Employers / Industries e) Academic peers f) Community The college obtains feedback on curriculum in the following manner : a) From students : Through meeting, discussion and expression of

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opinions. A better interaction with the students gives the better feedback. b) Alumni : At the time of exit from the college, students are given feedback proforma and their views are obtained. Regular feedback is also obtained through Alumni Associations Meetings. c) Parents : Parents Teacher Association is in existence. During the meeting with parents, their opinion and views are sought and feedback obtained. d) Employers / Industries : The institution is visited by various agencies for placement of students. During such interaction with the agencies, feedback or their requirement is sought. e) Academic Peers : Opinions and views expressed by various academic peers during seminars, conference, guest lectures and workshops are taken into consideration and used as a feedback and input. f) Community : Appropriate forums are used to obtain feedback from community. Interaction with parents and social organization gives enough opportunity for obtaining community opinion. The institution interacts with various social bodies through its extension activities and obtains their feedback.

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1.3.2

How is the above feedback analysis and the outcome / suggestion used for continuous improvements and communicated to the affiliating university for appropriate inclusion? The college has constituted a committee to analyze the feedback received from different sources. After careful analysis of the data, the conclusions drawn, are used for continuous improvement of the academic activities. Some valuable suggestions emerging from the feedback are conveyed to the University authorities through members of different Board of Studies.

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Curriculum Update
What is the frequency and the basis for syllabus revision and what are the major revisions made during the last years? The revision made in the syllabus is placed on record.

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How does the institution ensured that the curriculum bears a thrust on core values adopted by NAAC? Existing UG and PG courses have been devised as per global needs, University authorities have made efforts to strengthen

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syllabus as per the need of industry. Efforts are taken to make sure that our curriculum is compatible with that of other good universities both in India and leading universities overseas. This can guarantee global competencies among our students. The reform measures in education adopted by the University of Nagpur have received positive signals from different sectors. All courses ensure both knowledge and skill development. Apart from the aspects mentioned above, thrust has also been given to the Indian scenario, national expectations, developments studies, unity and integrity of the nation, value based education etc. The curriculum tries to promote the use of technology in its pedagogic practices. The final goal of this institution, each of its academic practice including the curriculum, is governed by a deep seated quest for excellence. 1.4.3 Does the institution use the guidelines of statutory bodies (UGC / AICTE / State Councils of H.E. and other bodies) for developing and / or restructuring the curriculum? Yes. The institution take the cognizance of guidelines given by UGC / AICTE / State Councils etc. for developing and restructuring the

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syllabus. The affiliating University has adopted the National curriculum prescribed by the UGC. 1.4.4 How are the existing courses modified to meet the emerging / changing national and global trends? Existing courses are modified as per the needs and requirement of the society, at national and global level. The new trends in current situation are observed. These aspects are taken into consideration while devising the syllabus at University level. 1.5 1.5.1 Best Practices in Curricular Aspects What are the quality sustenance and quality enhancement measures undertaken by the institution during the last five years in curricular aspects? The college is keen about the quality of education it provides and hence various educational, research and extension activities and programmes are adopted to provide quality enhancement measures to the beneficiaries. Various departments of the college have introduced teaching techniques like participatory teaching through seminars, paper reading and group discussions. Project work based on local socio-economic problems. Continuous evaluation of students through tests, tutorials,

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internal assessments etc. Involvement of academic experts and experts from industries in curriculum design/ updates. Curriculum update with emphasis on developing knowledge, skills and global competencies leading to employability Initiatives to introduce self-financing and need based courses. Workshop on curriculum planning and development for faculty members 1.5.2 What best practices in curricular aspects have been planned / implemented by the institution? The institution conducts regular survey for choosing best practices in curricular aspect catering to the needs of society. Only those practices are selected which have far reaching effects on the students. Implementation of curriculum designed by the affiliating University is done as per the following: Adoption of new methodology for teaching which goes beyond regular framework. Motivation and encouragement to Teachers. Organization of various Conferences / Seminars / Workshops / Guest Lectures to impart skill and knowledge. ICT based teaching.

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Criterion II : Teaching Learning and Evaluation


2.1
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Admission Process and Student Profile


How does the institution ensure wide publicity to the admission process? a) Prospectus b) Institutional Website c) Advertisement in regional / national newspapers. d) Any other (Specify) The institution ensures wide publicity through the following means: (a) Prospectus: The institution circulates its own prospectus highlighting the various courses offered. The prospectus gives the information about the institution, faculties, various facilities available on the campus and fee structure for the courses. (b) Institutional Website: The Institution has its own website to promote admission process. All the details for admission are given in it and is regularly updated. c) Advertisement through regional / national newspapers: An advertisement stating courses content is given in local dailies for wider publicity. An advertisement for the various courses

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offered is given in the leading Newspapers. All the details about the Admission process is given in it. d) Displaying of Flex Board & Banners: Through displaying of flex boards and banners at prominent places, the institution ensures its wide publicity in the region. e) Faculties visit to the nearby schools and colleges and apprise upcoming students to join the college. 2.1.2 How are the students selected for admission to the following courses? Give the cut off percentage for admission at the entry level a) General b) Professional c) Vocational Students are considered for admissions through interviews. The cut off percentage for admission at the entry level for the following categories of students is as shown below a) General b) Professional c) Vocational 2.1.3 35% 35% As per the norms prevailing at the time

How does the institution ensure transparency in the admission process?

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The institution admits students strictly on the eligibility conditions laid down by the affiliating university. The total admission process is transparent and the entire students who have applied for admission are considered equal without any prejudice and bias. A Separate Counseling Hall is set up where all the faculties come together and advise the students for the various courses offered. Students are also counseled for the courses by judging their attitude and aptitude. The list of the admitted students is displayed on the notice board.

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How do you promote access to ensure equity? a) Students from disadvantaged community. a) Women b) Differently abled c) Economically weaker sections d) Sports personnel e) Any other (Specify) b) The institution promote the access to ensure equity through following ways : a) Student from all communities are treated equal without any prejudice.

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b) Women are treated at par with male student without any gender bias. c) Differently abled students are treated well with total disregard to their disability. d) Economically weaker students are treated equal with disregard to their economic status. e) Sports personnel are given regard for their skill admitted on priority basis. and

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Catering to Diverse Needs


Is there provision for assessing the students knowledge and skill before commencement of the program? If yes, give details on the strategies of the institution to bridge the knowledge gap of incoming students for enabling them to cope with the program to which enrolled? Yes. There is a provision for testing the skill of the students before admitting to a course. The candidates aptitude and attitude is checked before admitting to the course. Some courses are conducted for weak and slow learner students. There is a provision to arrange some courses for economically backward students also. The following measures are adopted for the purpose:

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a) Arrangement of Tutorials and Interaction with the students. b) Arrangement of Remedial Coaching. c) Creating an atmosphere conducive for Teaching-Learning, motivation and inspiration. 2.2.2 How does the institution identify slow and advanced learner? Give details on the strategies adopted for facilitating slow and advanced learner. The institution has its own system of evaluating the weak and slow learner. Continuous monitoring system is available through various test and exams and slow learners are identified. Slow learners are given maximum thrust and advanced learners are encouraged to put in more efforts for higher result. The following measures are adopted for the purpose: a) Arrangement of Tutorials and interaction with the students. b) Arrangement of remedial coaching. c) Academic and personal counseling. d) Creating an atmosphere conducive for teaching-learning, motivation and inspiration. 2.2.3 Does the institution have a provision for tutorials for the students? If yes, give details. Yes.

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The provision of tutorial is incorporated in the syllabus itself by the affiliating University. The institution conduct tutorials for certain subjects. Subjects which require practical knowledge, are given tutorials. Tutorials for language proficiency are also held at this institute. 2.2.4 Is there a provision for mentoring of students are any similar courses? If yes, give details. Yes. There is a provision for mentoring of students. Each faculty is given a charge of some number of students and through regular counseling and interaction between the students, the mentoring take place. The faculty looks after the total wellbeing of the students and is solely responsible for their enrichment. 2.2.5 How does the institution cater to needs of differently able students? The college is sensitive to the special needs of such students and some of the activities of the college are rearranged to suit their convenience. For example, rams are provided at college main building and also at Hostel building. At present there are no different able students in the institute.

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Teaching - Learning Process

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2.3.1

How does the institution plan and organize the teaching learning and evaluation schedules? (Academic Calendar, Teaching plan and evaluation blue print etc.)

The institution planned in advance all the activities that need to be undertaken during the current year. The preparation of academic calendar and teaching plan at the beginning of the session goes hand in hand. It is then followed meticulously. Proper evaluation is carried out for obtaining optimum results. Teaching plan is prepared by the faculties well in advance and executed as per the planning. Evaluation process takes place after test and exam. All these activities are listed and are brought to the notice of students through display at Notice Board.

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What are the various teaching learning methods (Lecture Method, Interactive Method, Project based Learning, Computer Assisted Learning, Experiential Learning, Seminars and others.) used by the teacher? Give details. The following methods are generally used a) Lecture Method : In this method introduction and preface of the subject is stated. Detailed and elaborative lectures help the students to grasp the subject knowledge. Most of the learning in

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language takes place through this method. Other subjects also follow the same method. b) Interactive Method : In this method, interaction between the teacher and students is emphasized. Students are encouraged to pose questions to the teacher and the teacher through explanation interacts with the students. This helps the students to built their confidence and increase their inter personal skill in the group. c) Project Based Learning : This method is used generally for practical subjects. The students are given the project on some topic. The method includes graphic description and illustration of diagrams through computer clips and slides. d) Experiential Learning : This method is used for out of class learning. Some of the extension activities related to the syllabus require outdoor campaigns and camps. The students are expected to learn and experience certain problems and find solutions to it. The experiential learning take place through visit to the nearby locality and community. 2.3.3 How is learning made students centric? What are the institutional strategic which contribute the acquisition of life skills, knowledge management skills and life long learning ?

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All learning is focused on students activities. The institution employees strategies like group discussion and interaction for effective learning. Skills and management resources are shared and used efficiently. The students are made aware that the skills they gained will be life long and in future require sharpening. The following measures are adopted: Provision for Extension activities. Provision for NSS Provision for students council and its activities. Social Gathering and Cultural activities. Sports and extracurricular activities.

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How does the institution ensure that students have effective learning experiences? (Use of Modern Teaching Aids and Tools like Computer, Audio Visual Multimedia, ICT, CAL, Internet and other information / materials) The college has undertaken several creative steps to ensure that the students have interesting and effective learning experience. As a

part of it the use of modern multi-media teaching aids like LCD, OHP, models, CD-ROMs and computer systems are made available in the college. The facility of internet is available on the campus.
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Students are also encouraged to use computer software packages for different kinds of data analysis. In science subjects students are necessarily trained in the use of computers. Even in some subjects in the humanities and social sciences ICT and Computer Assisted Learning (CAL) is used for teaching learning process. 2.3.5 How the students and faculty keep pace with the recent development with the various subject. The Faculties are encouraged to keep updating their knowledge for recent development. They are given enough opportunities to enhance their knowledge and sharpen their skill. Their knowledge is updated through organization of various seminars, conferences and workshops. Faculty undergoes various Faculty Development Programmes and polishes their knowledge. In addition to this affiliating University regularly arranges for the Orientation and Refresher Courses. These activities directly affect the students knowledge and keep them up-to-date. 2.3.6 Are there departmental libraries for the use of faculty and students? If yes, how effectively are they used for the enhancement of teaching and learning?

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As of now there is no arrangement for the departmental library. However, the Central Library caters to the needs of the student and faculties of each department fully.

2.3.7

Has the institution introduced evaluation of the teachers by students? If yes, how is the feedback analyzed and implemented for the improvement of teaching? Yes, the institution has introduced the system of evaluation of teachers by their students. To facilitate this, the feedback from the students on the performance of the teachers is obtained and evaluated. The feedback is checked for their positive and negative aspects and after proper evaluation, initiated. suitable remedial action is

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Teacher Quality
How are the members of the faculty selected? Does the college have the required number of qualified and competent teachers to handle all the courses? If not, how does the institution cope with the requirements? Members of the faculty are selected through selection committee constituted by University as per UGC guidelines. Candidates having proper qualification are called for interview at the institution and when found suitable their names are forwarded to

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affiliating university for approval. The college is facing shortage of qualified teachers and therefore the teachers with lower qualification are appointed. 2.4.2 How does the college appoint additional faculty to teach new programmes / modern areas of study (Biotechnology, IT, Bioinformatics etc)? How many such appointments were made during the last three years?

The faculties for teaching new programs like IT courses B.Sc. (I.T.), M.Sc. (Computer Science), B.Com. (Computer Application), Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), Bachelor of Computer Applications (BCA), Bachelor of Library & Information Science (B.Lib.-I.Sc.) and Master of Library and Information Science (M.Lib. I.Sc.) are appointed on regular basis. Along with the regular faculty, the college also invites visiting faculty, subject experts, eminent scholars from the respective fields for providing extra lectures and guidance to the students.

2.4.3

What efforts are made by the management for professional development of the faculty? (e.g. Research grants, study leave, deputation to national / international conferences / seminars, training programmes, organizing national / international

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conferences etc)? How many faculties have availed these facilities during the last three years? The management makes regulars efforts to update the faculties as far as their professional knowledge is concerned. This is done through the following ways : a) Research grant : Grants from UGC for Major and Minor Project is available for faculty. The research grant of Rs. 60000/- is granted to Prof. Dr. P. R. Kadwe and proposal of Major Project for Prof. Dr. V. P. Palsapure is under consideration. b) Study leave : The study leave is granted to them for undertaking

research work. This is given to cater to the needs of visiting various places for collection of data and gathering material. This ensures single minded devotion to the research project. c) Deputation to seminars/conferences etc : The faculties are encouraged to attend several seminars and conference to update

their knowledge. Due to interaction at these places between the

various faculties, their exposure to the field increases thereby

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gaining experience and weight on the subject knowledge. The faculties of this college have attended 104 seminars (Internationals / National / State Level Workshops) during last 02 years. d) Organization of Seminars / Conferences / Workshops / Trainings : The institution also managed to have its own in house resources for development of knowledge of its faculties. The college organizes seminars and workshops for this purpose. It is conducted to develop Teachers proficiency. They

are encouraged to attend such programs by grant of Duty Leave. The college has successfully organized seminars for English, Marathi, History, Geography, Library

& Information Science, Sociology and Economics at National / State Level during last two years. The Science and Commerce faculties also organized various Workshops and Seminars at College level. e) In addition to the above, the affiliating university also conducts various Orientation and Refresher courses for updating their knowledge. 2.4.4 Give details on the awards / recognitions received by the faculty during the last five years?
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Prof. H. V. Misal has been awarded with Best Program Officer of NSS by RTM Nagpur University for the year 2010-11.

2.4.5

How often does the institution organize training programmes for the faculty in the use of? a) Computers b) Internet c) Audio Visual Aids d) Computer Aided Packages e) Material development for CAL, multi-media etc. The college organizes training programmes for the faculty in the use of the above at least once in a year. Most of the faculty has been trained in the use of computers, internet and audio visuals. Almost all new syllabi framed by the University of Nagpur have ICT related components and the college organizes frequent and continuous training programmes for teachers in the use of Audio Visual Aids, Computer-Aided Packages, multimedia and material development for CAL etc. to teach these courses effectively.

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Evaluation Process and Reforms.


How are the evaluation methods communicated to the students and other institutional members?

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Various evaluation methods are available in the institute. These are communicated to the students through regular meetings between the faculties and students. Regular tests and exams are conducted and results are shown to the all concerned.

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How does the institution monitor the progress of the students and communicate it to the students and their parents? The progress of the students is monitored through tests and exams. Regular conduct of tests is an important aspect of any educational system. The institution conducts regular tests and outcome shown to the students in the classroom. The progress of the students is also discussed during parent teacher meeting conveyed for the purpose and parents are informed accordingly

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What is the mechanism for redressal of grievances regarding evaluation? The students are given liberty to raise grievances related to the evaluation process. Such grievances then are looked into seriously and investigated. Results of such investigation intimated to the grieving party.

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What are the major evaluation reforms initiated by the institution / affiliating University? How does the institution ensure effective implementation of these reforms?

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Whenever new evaluative reforms are informed, the institution promptly implements it. For example, the RTM Nagpur University introduced Credit Based Semester Pattern for all PG Courses and for UG Courses only in Science faculty from the academic session 2012-13 and 2013-14 respectively.

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Best Practices in Teaching Learning Process


Details any significant innovations in teaching / learning / evaluation introduced by the institution? The institution has introduced the following innovative teaching learning methods :(a) Greater interaction with the students. (b) Regular counseling through teaching learning process. (c) Assignment of homework. (d) Group Discussion (e) Arrangement of Guest Lectures. (f) Provision for Practical Knowledge and Skill based Teaching.

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Criterion III : Research, Consultancy and Extension


3.1Promotion of Research
3.1.1 Is there a Research Committee to facilitate and monitor research activity? If yes, give details on its activities, major decisions taken (during last year) and composition of the Committee. Yes, the institution has the Research Committee consisting of the following members. The committee facilitate, guide and monitor the various research activities at this campus : Chairman : Members : Prof. Dr. P. R. Kadwe Prof. Dr. V. P. Palsapure Prof. Dr. M. B. Ingle Prof. Dr. M. P. Sonone The committee guides the regular M.Phil. Students and monitor their research activities. The guidance includes preparation of synopsis and dissertation on the various topics. The committee meets often and decisions pertaining to research activities are undertaken. The minutes are circulated among those who are directly related to the research activities. 3.1.2 How does the institution promote faculty participation in research? (providing seed money, research grants, leave, other facilities)
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The institution promotes research facilities at its own campus. The research committee conveys the meeting of all faculty members and discusses the issues which require research. They are given full cooperation by a way of support system and funding. They are given leave for the research and grant if any, is released by the higher educational bodies. 01 Minor Project is underway at this college. In addition to this M. Phil. Students are also guided for the Research.

3.1.3

Does the institutional budget have a provision for research and development? If yes, give details. Yes. The college is registered under 12 (b) and 2 (f) and ample grant is available for Major and Minor Research Projects. However, the funds are provided for research activities as and when required.

3.1.4

Does the institution promote participation of students in research activities? If yes, give details. Yes. The students are actively involves in Research activities by way of organizing various workshop, seminars, group discussion and elocution. They are also encouraged to have innovative ideas and curious mind for promotion of research activities. The participation

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of the students in research activities is always ensured. M.Phil., Social Work, Geography, Library & Information Science, Commerce and Biotech Department students undertake various projects which has research elements in it. 3.1.5 What are the major research facilities developed on the campus? The institution promotes research inclination among its students. With this intention in mind, the institution provides the guest lecture facility, workshop, seminar and exposure to ideas to its research students. In addition to this the well equipped Laboratories and Library provide the best opportunity for research. 3.1.6 Give details of the initiatives taken by the institution for collaborative research (with national / foreign Universities / Research / Scientific organization / Industries / NGOs) As of today, the institution has no collaboration with any other institution for research.

3.2Research and Publication Output


3.2.1 Give details of the research guides and research students of the institution (Number of students registered for Ph.D. and M.Phil,. fellowship / scholarship, funding agency, Ph.Ds and M.Phils awarded during the last five years, major achievements, etc.)

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The following are the Research Guides at this institute : Sl. No. 01 02 Name of the Faculty Prof. Dr. V. P. Palsapure Prof. Dr. P. R. Kadwe Department Marathi History

The Research students for Ph. D. in Marathi under Dr. V. P. Palsapure are as follows: Sl. No. 1 2 3 Name of the Students Amit Kalwe Sumit Gade Amit Kolhe

The Research students for Ph. D. in History under Dr. P. R. Kadwe are as follows: Sl. No. 1 2 3 Name of the Students Anupan Sharma Anant Rindhe Pankaj Moon

The following are the Research Students (2011-12) for M. Phil under the guidance of Prof. Dr. V. P. Palsapure : List of M. Phil. Students (2011-12) Sl. No. Name of the Students
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Y. S. Mankar P. N. Chambhare S. S. Tathode S. A. Gawande P. B. Khairkar K. B. Gorle R. G. Raut S. M. Solao U. W. Lohakare J. P. Manwar M. S. Waghmare N. A. Warghane

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Give details of the following: a) Departments recognized as research centers. b) Faculty recognized as research guides. c) Priority areas for research d) Ongoing Faculty Research Projects (minor and major projects, funding from the Government, UGC, DST, CSIR, AICTE, Industry, NGO or International agencies) e) Ongoing Student Research Projects (title, duration, funding agency, total funding received for the project.)

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a) Departments of Marathi and History have been recognized as Research Centers. b) Prof. Dr. V. P. Palsapure of Marathi and Prof. Dr. P. R. Kadwe of History are recognized as Research Guides. c) Priority areas for research in History are Historical analysis of data. d) Prof. Dr. P. R. Kadwe - 01 Minor Project (2011-12) Gandhian Thought e) Students Research Projects :List of M. Phil Students for 2011-12 Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Name of the Students Y. S. Mankar P. N. Chambhare S. S. Tathode S. A. Gawande P. B. Khairkar K. B. Gorle R. G. Raut S. M. Solao U. W. Lohakare J. P. Manwar M. S. Waghmare N. A. Warghane Duration 01 Year 01 Year 01 Year 01 Year 01 Year 01 Year 01 Year 01 Year 01 Year 01 Year 01 Year 01 Year Funding Agency Self Self Self Self Self Self Self Self Self Self Self Self

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3.2.3

What are the major achievements of the research activities of the institution (findings contributed to subject knowledge, to the Industry needs, community development, patents etc)? The contribution of research activities are always result oriented. The research findings always contribute to the growth and development of the concerned subject; it fulfills the industry needs and community development take place. The findings of the research is of always beneficial to the society and the individual in particular.

3.2.4

Are there research papers published in refereed journals by the faculty? If yes, give details for the last five years including citation index and impact factor. List of faculties who have published Research papers in referred Journals is as follows: Sr. Name of the No. Faculty 1 Dr. V. P. Palsapure Title Gauri Deshpande, Stri Aatmasanmanachi Prakhar Janiv Aandolan. Gauri Dhyas Mukticha. Bhartatil Loknatya : Dasha Aani Disha Basha Vidyan Abhasachya Disha. A Need of Women Empowerment on Social Scenario. Small Saving Group Contribute or Rural Women Empowerment Farmer Suicide in India Urbanization and Family Change in India
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Dr. P. R. Kadwe

Dr. M. B. Ingle

Prof. P. M. Achegawe

Prof. A. T. Chahande

Prof. P. W. Tadas

Dr. S. H. Urkudkar

Prof. S. S. Petare

Contribution of Mahilaashram (Wardha) Freedom Struggle in India Farmers Movement in India Recent Trends in History Smt. Ramabai Ranande Separate Vidarbha & Vidarbhaite Society. Important of Pranaya in Individual Life. Preventing Terrorism, National Building & Sports of Logical Coherence. Stress Reduction Techniques for the Modern Word. Role of Exercise in Treating Obesity. Terrorism Regional Political Parties in India Indias Foreign Policy : Post Gold War Period Two Decades of New Russia Teaching of ESL : A Global Perspective. Role of English Language Travel & Tourism. Translation Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow. Post Colonial Literature : Development and Assimilation. Academic Librarianship in 21 Century Challenges and Opportunities. Re-engineering of College Library Services. Hundred Years of LIS Education in India: Future Perspectives. Academic Performance Indicators of Librarians. Total Quality Management in the Academic Library. Web 2.0 in Libraries. ICT Vaplication In LIS Education. Courses Related to Community Development. Entrepreneurship Skill Development Program on Biotechnology. Novel Drug Designing Exploiting Putative Apoptotic Rationale. Latest Technologies in Forensic Science and Digital Forensics. Plant Tissue Culture: Technique and Applications in Plant Improvement.
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3.2.5

Give list of publication of the faculty. a) b) c) d) e) f) Books Articles Conference / Seminar Proceedings Course material (for Distance Education) Software packages or other learning materials. Any other (specify) a) The following Book is published : Sl. No. 1 Name of the Faculty Prof. Dr. V. P. Palsapure Name of the Book Gauri Dhyas Mukticha

b) The following papers are published in Seminars : Sl. Name of the No. Faculty 1 Dr. V. P. Palsapure Title of the Research Paper Gauri Deshpande, Stri Aatmasanmanachi Prakhar Janiv Aandolan. Gauri Dhyas Mukticha. Bhartatil Loknatya : Dasha Aani Disha Basha Vidyan Abhasachya Disha. A Need of Women Empowerment on Social Scenario. Small Saving Group Contribute or Rural Women Empowerment Farmer Suicide in India Urbanization and Family Change in India Contribution of Mahilaashram (Wardha) Freedom Struggle in India Farmers Movement in India
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Dr. M. B. Ingle

Prof. P. M. Achegawe

Prof. A. T. Chahande

Prof. P. W. Tadas

Dr. S. H. Urkudkar

Prof. S. S. Petare

Recent Trends in History Smt. Ramabai Ranande Separate Vidarbha & Vidarbhaite Society. Important of Pranaya in Individual Life. Preventing Terrorism, National Building & Sports of Logical Coherence. Stress Reduction Techniques for the Modern Word. Role of Exercise in Treating Obesity. Terrorism Regional Political Parties in India Indias Foreign Policy : Post Gold War Period Two Decades of New Russia Teaching of ESL : A Global Perspective. Role of English Language Travel & Tourism. Translation Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow. Post Colonial Literature : Development and Assimilation. Academic Librarianship in 21 Century Challenges and Opportunities. Re-engineering of College Library Services. Hundred Years of LIS Education in India: Future Perspectives. Academic Performance Indicators of Librarians. Total Quality Management in the Academic Library. Web 2.0 in Libraries. ICT Vaplication In LIS Education. Courses Related to Community Development. Entrepreneurship Skill Development Program on Biotechnology. Novel Drug Designing Exploiting Putative Apoptotic Rationale. Latest Technologies in Forensic Science and Digital Forensics.
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Plant Tissue Culture: Technique Applications in Plant Improvement. c) The following Seminar Proceedings are published by the Departments: Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Name of the Faculty Prof. M. K. Hande Prof. Dr. P. R. Kadwe Prof. Dr. V. P. Palsapure Prof. K. D. Ingole Prof. A. T. Chahande Prof. Dr. M. B. Ingle Name of the Departments Geography History Marathi Home Economics English Physical Education Library & Information Science Sociology Economics Status of Seminar State State National State National State

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3.3Consultancy
3.3.1 List the broad areas of consultancy services provided by the Institution during the last five years (free of cost and / or remunerative). Who are the beneficiaries of such consultancy?
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The following faculties have been engaged in consultancy work: Prof. A. M. Paliwal Free Consultancy for Mentally retarded children Prof. Revati Bangre Free Consultancy for filing of Income Tax Returns Prof. T. B. Ingole Offering Free Consultancy to Indraprastha Power Plant, Lloyds Nagar, Bhugaon,Wardha Prof. S. Petare Free Consultancy for Matoshri Agro Farm, Umri (Meghe),Wardha Prof. C. B. Shende Free Consultancy for Jai

Hanuman Plant Tissue Culture Laboratory, Akot, Akola Prof V. P. Ughade Offering free consultancy for Center of Bee Development, Nalwadi, Wardha 3.3.2 How does the institution publicize the expertise available for consultancy services? The faculties through various interactive platforms let know the general public about the expertise available in the relevant field.

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3.3.3

How does the institution reward the staff for the consultation provided by them? The institution appreciates the work done by the faculties in this sphere

3.3.4

How does the institution utilize the revenue generated through consultancy services? As most of the consultancy is free of cost and done through the way of charity, no revenue is generated.

3.4Extension Activities
3.4.1 How does the institution promote the participation of students and faculty in extension activities? (NSS, NCC, YRC and other NGOs) The institution has a NSS wing at its campus. The names of the students are invited from the volunteer students to participate in NSS activities. Regular NSS activities are conducted over the year and students are encouraged to participate wholly in it. Various extension activities are undertaken and students are involved in community development program. Many NGOs are also attached and participate themselves in these venture. 3.4.2 What are the outreach programmes organized by the institution? How are they integrated with the academic curricula?

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The outreach programs are the portion of various extension activities undertaken by the institute. The programmes are organized in such a manner that, maximum students are benefited by ensuring their participation. Blood Donation Camp and Aids Awareness Campaigns etc., were the programs undertaken. These programs are very well integrated with the academic curriculum. These also forms their academic activity.

3.4.3

How does the institution promote college-neighborhood network in which students acquire attitude for services and training, contributive to community development? The institution undertake various activities through NSS students, like participation in general cleanliness drive, importance of Blood Donation, Dental Hygiene, prevention of AIDS and community development, special programs are arranged in Camp wherein students are made to participate contribute to society. NSS Camps are also organized in remote areas.

3.4.4

What are the initiatives taken by the institution to have a partnership with University / Research institution / Industries / NGOs etc. for extension activities? Extension activities are coordinated and supported through various programmes. NSS Department has close liaison with various social

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organization bodies and NGOs. During such interaction NGOs are invited to participate in the extension activities. The NSS volunteers are also encourage to participate in social activities which are beneficial to the public at large. 3.4.5 How has the local community benefited by the institution? (Contribution of the institution through various extension activities, outreach programmes, partnering with NGOs and GOs) The local community is benefited whenever the NSS Camp is held at their premises. The most valuable social contribution of the College to the neighboring community lies in the NSS activities undertaken. 3.4.6 How has the institution involved the community in its extension activities? (Community participation in institutional development, institution community networking etc) The institution involves the community in its program through organizing NSS Camps and allied activities. The students participates in various social and cultural activities which involves the local community. Local community was involved in almost all the activities of the NSS and the institution. 3.4.7 Any awards or recognition received by the faculty / students / Institution for the extension activities?

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Prof. H. V. Misal NSS Programme Officer has been adjudged as the best NSS Programme Officer by the RTM Nagpur University for the 2009-10

3.5Collaborations
3.5.1 Give details of the collaborative activities of the institution with the following organizations : o Local bodies / community o State o National o International o Industry o Service sector o Agriculture sector o Administrative agencies o Any other (specify) Local bodies/community : The various local bodies / community are collaborated through organisation of NSS camps. This camp is held at remote place where community service is needed most. The

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students and faculties mingled with rural population and understand their problems. State Bodies : The collaboration with State Bodies and Govt.

machineries are made as and when required. National : The collaboration with the national bodies like UGC is regular for various activities undertaken by the institute. Industry : The collaboration with the industry is for the placement of the students. Various persons from the industry are invited for placement of the students. 3.5.2 How has the institution benefited from the collaboration? a) Curriculum development b) Internship c) On-the-job training d) Faculty exchange and development e) Research f) Consultancy g) Extension h) Publication i) Student placement Yes, the institution has immensely benefited by the collaboration in the following fields :-

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(a) Curriculum Development: The curriculum developed by the university is well adaptable to the local conditions. However, through orgnisation of NSS camp, the extra curricular activities, the development of personality and social

participation of the students is ensured. (b) Consultancy : Through consultancy, various income tax students were

payees were benefited mentally retarded

benefited through child counseling and farmers were benefited by soil consultancy. (c) Extension : The collaboration with local Grampanchayat is carried out for extension activities related to NSS. 3.5.3 Does the institution have any MoU/MoC/mutually beneficial agreements signed with o Other academic institutions o Industry o Other agencies The institution does not have any such arrangement.

3.6Best Practices in Research, Consultancy and Extension


3.6.1 What are the significant innovations / good practices in Research, Consultancy and Extension activities of the institution?

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It is an innovated idea that, through participation in NSS camps by the students the community and students both are benefited and overall personality of the students is improved. Research work and culture is promoted among students which may be needful to the society in general. Consultancy has already helped various segments of the society and NSS through its extension activities has reach to the masses for Social Development Programme.

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Criterion IV : Infrastructure and Learning Resources


4.1
4.1.1

Physical Facilities
What are the infrastructure facilities available for (a) (b) (c) Academic activities? Co-curricular activities? Extra-curricular activities and sports? The institution is endowed with excellent physical infrastructural facilities to support the teaching learning process. The main campus of College is spread over 5 acres of land on Wardha Nagpur Highway. All the departments are provided with adequate number of classrooms and well equipped laboratories to facilitate the academic programmes. The college has separate blocks for administration and examination units. The college has a Central Library with adequate space. A large number of Books and Journals, Audio/ Visual Classroom and other support facilities are located at a central place. The college has an excellent spacious ground for sports activities.

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The college has a Dispensary to give emergency medical treatment to students. The college also has a Computer Center with 30 Pcs with LAN There are separate hostel for Boys and Girls . The college has Xeroxing facility for students and staff. The College has a canteen to serve breakfast and lunch. Water Supply The provision for hygienic water supply is made through bore wells having overhead tank with the facility of water purifier and water cooler. The College has a large water storage tank for uninterrupted water supply. Power Supply All Major Departments have power supply from State Electricity Department and during the period of load shading a Generator of 35 KV is made operational. Vehicle parking Facility Vehicle parking facility is provided by the college to faculty and students. Gardening and Roads:

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The environmental beautification of the Campus is looked after by the NSS Volunteers. The college has well maintained garden. The Master Plan of the College campus provides details of the same. Infrastructural facilities available for (A) Academic Activities The college has well - equipped classrooms and laboratories including sophisticated computer laboratories. Audio Visual Aids like Computers, LCD, Over Head Projector, Video Cassette Recorder, Television, CD Player, Record Player, Public Address System, Intercom Slide Projector are available in the college. The library has Reading Room and students make use of if in their leisure time. ICT based Teaching facilities are also available with the computers and students are benefited. B) Co- curricular Activities Following infrastructural facilities are available for activities. English Language lab of 20 computers to assist students to learn the spoken English and enhance their accents of English speaking. co-curricular

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The college has a Conference Hall that is shared by all the departments whenever required. It is also used for holding workshops and seminars. C) Extra-curricular activities and Sports Separate space is provided to NSS Activities. Conference Hall is used for conducting various programmes of Management, Placement Cell, Student Welfare Committee etc. D) Sports: Ground for sports activities is available. Various sports events are held at this place. The ground is well maintained and furnished. The expertise coaching in specialized games and sports also help the students in enhancing their sports skills. Sufficient sports materials and kits facilitate sports activities. With sufficient physical and infrastructural facilities, the department is capable of arranging sports competitions on Intercollegiate, Zonal and University Levels. A Gym having 1500 sq.ft. area with all equipments is provided to the students.

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4.1.2

Enclose the Master Plan of the college campus indicating the existing physical infrastructure and the projected future

expansions. 4.1.3 The Master Plan of the college is enclosed for ready reference.

Has the institution augmented the infrastructure to keep pace with its academic growth? If yes, specify the facilities and the amount spent during the last five years. Yes. The role of Management & Governing Council is very crucial in planning for required infrastructural changes according to the

new courses introduced from time to time. The resources for the infrastructural expansion are mobilized by the efforts of management, through the financial assistance from the U.G.C. and the State Government. To keep pace with the requirements, the following additional infrastructural facilities have been added during the last five years. Boys Hostel Girls Hostel Well equipped Science Laboratories Diesel Generator Sets Most Modern Gymkhana
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Besides following amount is spent on various work:

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Expenditure Expenditure on Building Development Expenditure on Equipment & Maintenance Expenditure on Book & Journals Expenditure on Academic Activities 2007-08 12441197 2008-09 1080049 4 2009-10 Nil 2010-11 165498 3 225151 1 327482 106085 1 2011-12 Total 561871 30515387 3 244574 5 447563 5000

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Does the institution provide facilities like common room, separate rest rooms for women students and staff? Yes, the institution provides facilities like common room for boys and girls. Separate rest rooms are provided to women students and lady teacher staff.

4.1.5

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Science subjects are taught in the morning shift and Commerce and Computer Application classes are held in noon hours. The Institution plan and organize the classes in such a way that no other courses are disturbed. Extracurricular activities are held in their respective places. Conference and Seminar Hall is earmarked for their own purpose. 4.1.6 How does the institution ensure that the infrastructure facilities meet the requirements of the differently-abled students? The college is sensitive to the special needs of such students and some of the activities of the college are rearranged to suit their convenience. For example, rams are provided at college main building and also at Hostel building. At present there are no different able students in the campus.

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Maintenance of Infrastructure
What is the budget allocation for the maintenance of (last years data) a. Land? b. Building? c. Furniture? d. Equipment? e. Computers?

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f. Vehicles? The budget allocation for the maintenance of the following

infrastructure is as follows :

Items Land Building Furniture Equipment Computers Vehicles

Expenditure (2011-12) in Rs. The land is provided by the management, Mahila Vikas Sanstha 1500000/1000000/35000/200000/20000/-

4.2.2

How does the institution ensure optimal utilization of budget allocated for various activities? The institution ensures that the budget allotted to the particular task is spent on that particular task only. The allocation is done on the basis of requirement of the utility and its benefit. Various activities are segregated and allocation is made. The management council in consultation with the Principal decides the budget allocation for various activities.

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4.2.3

Does the institution appoint staff for maintenance and repair? If not, how are the infrastructure facilities, services and equipment maintained? Yes. Maintenance involves the following activities
Security: The whole campus area is enclosed by a compound

wall. Security guards are appointed for round the clock vigil of the campus. The college has a separate person appointed as a care-taker of the vehicle parking area. Repairing For minor repairing of furniture, plumbing system and electrical appliances, the college has its skilled menial staff. For major repairs and rectification, outside technicians are hired on contract basis. Technician: The maintenance of computers is done by skilled menial staff. The maintenance of scientific equipment and

computers is done by manufacturers or agencies under Annual Maintenance Contract and break down calls. Cleaning Regular cleaning of classrooms, labs, floors, staircases and the ground is assigned to menial staff as a part of its duty. The campus is so large and the building infrastructure is so vast that the college has to depend on regular contractual

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cleaning services. The cleaning of sanitation blocks is already assigned to contractual service persons. Decoration and Beautification: The site of campus and entrance is made attractive by a well designed gardening plan. Awareness of proper maintenance: Every member of the college considers the maintenance of college campus as an important part of his moral duty.

4.3
4.3.1

Library as a Learning Resource


Does the library have a Library Advisory Committee? What are its major responsibilities?

The Library has the Library Advisory Committee and following is the composition : Chairperson Secretary Members : : : Dr. Pankaj R. Bhoyar Pramod Tadas, Librarian Prof. Dr. V. P. Palsapure Prof. H. V. Misal Prof. A. T. Chahande The following are the major responsibilities of the Library Advisory Committee :

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a) To suggest and recommend any measures for improvement of the library. b) To note down the various shortcoming and under utilization of the resources in the library. c) To look into the grievances of the staff, faculties and students pertaining to the library and suggest remedial measures. 4.3.2 How does the library ensure access, use and security of materials? The Library ensure access, use and security of materials as per the following : a) Access : The access to the library is restricted to a certain extent. However, as and when the circumstances demands, the access is liberalized. b) Use of library : The library as a tool of learning is used daily by the faculties, staff and students. It is open

throughout working hours. The books, journal, magazines, employment News, Newspapers and other reading materials are available in the library. c) Security of Materials: The security of materials in the library is of paramount importance to the institution. Therefore, the institution has devised a way to restrict the entry of students directly in the library. Window and

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wicket system is prevailing and those who are required in the library are allowed to enter the library. 1.3.3 What are the various support facilities available in the library? (Computers, internet, band width, reprographic facilities etc.) The following support facilities are available in the Library : a) b) c) Computers: Computers are available in the library. Internet: Internet facility is available in the library. Reprographic facilities: available beside the library. 4.3.4 How does the library ensure purchase and use of current titles, important journals and other reading materials? Specify the amount spent on new books and journals during the last five years. The Library ensure purchase and use of current titles, important journal and other reading materials are as per the following : a) Purchase: There is a Library Committee to purchase the books. Reprographic facilities are

The requisition is obtained from the faculty of every subject and accordingly books are purchased. b) Uses: The use of titles, journals and new books is strictly as per

the requirement. The purchases are made keeping in mind the

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optimum utilization of these reading materials. The use of Books by the faculties, staff and students is ensured. The visit of the faculties and students to the library is frequent and use of books is maximum. Amount Spent on Books & Journals in Rs. (Year Wise Statistics of last 5 Years) Year No. of Books 2147 1561 1725 1101 1766 8300 Total No. of Journals 10172 20115 17241 14951 12512 74989 Gross Total 498349 474325 509939 333838 460075 2276526

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Give details on the access of the on-line and internet services in the library to the students and faculty? (hours, frequency of use, subscriptions, licensed software etc.) The library has 5 computer terminals to provide online and internet services to the faculty, research scholars and students.

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Working Hours Frequency of use

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subscription Online search and full text e- journals can be accessed by the users INFLIBNET. 4.3.6 Are the library services computerized? If yes, to what extent? Yes. The library is partially computerized with the help of the newly acquired commercial software for library automation. The software acquired is user-friendly functions for various modules of the library. In future, the library plans to complete the computerization process and implement the Barcode Technology for fool proof circulation procedure. 4.3.7 Does the institution make use of INFLIBNET / DELNET / IUC facilities? If yes, give details. Yes, the institution has made use of INFLIBNET services of N-list for E-Book & E-Journal. 4.3.8 What initiatives are taken by the library staff to enrich the faculty and students with its latest acquisitions? from various websites including

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The following initiatives are taken by the Library Staff to enrich the faculty and students with its latest acquisitions a) Yearly demand from the faculties and students is taken into account. Those reading materials are demanded. b) The need of the curricula is determined. The syllabus is checked for ordering new books. c) Faculties and students are asked to demand any books which they feel will enrich their knowledge and such books are purchased. d) The library staff keep updating themselves and order new books

and journals which they feel are good and of quality materials. 4.3.9 Does the library have interlibrary borrowing facility? If yes, give details of the facility Since the Mahila Vikas Sanstha is running many colleges, particularly 03 Colleges in the same campus and 02 more College at Pulgaon & Seloo, each College has separate library and they have inter borrowing facility. 4.3.10 What are the special facilities offered by the library to the visually and physically challenged persons?

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As of now no disabled / visually and physically challenged students are enrolled in the institution. However, special facilities to the visually and physically challenged persons are provided as and when the situation so arises.

4.3.11 List the infrastructural development of the library over the last two years. The following is the infrastructural development of the Library during last two years a) Provision of reading room for students. b) Provision of partially automated library. c) Provision of internet facility. d) Provision of on-line E-Journal. e) Provision of reprographic services. 4.3.12 What other information services are provided by the library to its users? Following are the other information services provided by the library to its users : a) Catalogue of books b) Catalogue of reference books c) Procurement of books other than academic books. d) Display of new arrival.

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4.4
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ICT as Learning Resources


Does the Institution have up-to-date computer facility? If yes, give details on the available hardware and software (Number of computers, computer-students ratio. Stand alone facility, LAN facility, configuration, licensed software etc) The institution has up-to-date computer facility. There is a total number of 30 computers in the computer facility centre. The ratio is 2 computers for 1 student (1:2). Also, there is a LAN facility. The details of the same are Sr. No. of No. System 1 30 Computer Stand LAN Licenses Student Alon Configuration Facility Software Ratio Facility 1:2 Available Available Inter R Pentium Yes Dual Core 2.40 GHz 2GB RAM 80 GB HDD

4.4.2

Is there a central computing facility? If yes, how is it utilized for staff to students? Yes. The institution has central computing facility provided with 30 computers link with BSNL Broadband Internet and all

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necessary facilities are available to the faculty member as well as students. 4.4.3 How are the faculty facilitated to prepare computer-aided teaching / learning materials? What are the facilities available in the college for such efforts? The teachers belonging to the department of Computer Science, Commerce and teachers who are experts in handling the systems help the other members of the staff to prepare Power-PointPresentations for their seminars and viva-voce. Technical consultations are rendered and their doubts are cleared by the staff themselves. In case of emergency or minor problems in the systems, solutions are suggested. Supporting materials like CDs, DVDs and even books are provided. Conversions in the programmes are informed every now and then. The increasing number of the users of LCD has become easier because of the technical support rendered by the Computer Science teachers. 4.4.4 Does the institution have a website? How frequently is it updated? Give details. The institution has a website. Our The website email i.d i.d is is

www.nacscwardha.org.

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principal@nacscwardha.org . As per the requirement and up gradation of modern technology and curriculum, the institution updates its computer system to keep pace with the modern world. The website is always kept up-to-date. 4.4.5 How often does the institution plan and upgrade its computer systems? What is the provision made in the annual budget for update, deployment and maintenance of the computers in the institution? The institution updates its computer system to keep pace with modern world. The provision made in the annual budget is as follows : For updating the system For deployment of the system For maintenance of the system Rs. 1,00,000/Rs. 1,00,000/Rs. 1,00,000/-

4.4.6

How are the computers and their accessories maintained? (AMC etc.) The staff belonging to the Dept. Of Computer Science and even others who are experts in handling computers are made use of. A lab-assistant takes care of maintenance. The suppliers of the computers are summoned to solve the problems.

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4.5
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Other Facilities
Give details of the following facilities: Facility Capacity of the Hostels Occupancy Rooms in the Hostels Boys 144 44 48 Girls 303 45 101

Recreational facilities : The recreational facilities are provided in the hostels. Facilities like TV is provided and students take good benefit of it. Gym :- The College gym having construction of 1500 sq.ft. with modern sports equipments. Sports and Games :The institution has modern updated gym having constructed area of 1500 sq.ft. with modern sports equipments. Good sports ground and Indoor and Outdoor games facilities are also available. The students take good benefit of it. Health and Hygiene : To have treatment fast, the institute has First aid box and primary health care center at its campus.

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4.5.2

How does the institution ensure participation of women in intra and inter-institutional sports competitions and cultural activities? The college has been always encouraging women participation in sports and cultural activities by providing the expert coaching and different kinds of other incentives. This has resulted in large scale participation of women students in sports activities. The following students have won laurels to the college by excelling in some of the sports activities. Women Team was runners-up in Inter Collegiate Ball Badminton Sports Competitions 2006 -2007 organized by RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur. Women Team was winners in Inter Collegiate Ball Badminton Sports Competition 2008 -2009 organized by RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur. Women Team was winners in Inter Collegiate Ball Badminton Sports Competitions 2009 -2010 organized by RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur. Women Team was winners in Inter Collegiate Ball Badminton Sports Competitions 2010 -2011 organized by RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur.

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Ms Rasika Deshpande was selected in Womens Handball of RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur in the year 2006-7. Ms Shreya Kene & Ms Namrata Pawar was selected in Womens Ball Badminton of RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur in the year 2006-7. Ms Priti Khode selected in Womens Vollyball team of RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur in the year 2007-8. Ms Shreya Kene & Ms Namrata Pawar was selected in Womens Ball Badminton of RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur in the year 2007-08. Ms Priti Khode & Vidya Shrivastav selected in Womens Vollyball team of RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur in the year 2008-9. Ms Neha Baraskar & Sayali Kashikar was selected in Womens Ball Badminton team of RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur in the year 2008Ms Priti Khode & Vidya Shrivastav was selected in Womens Vollyball team of RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur in the year 2009-10. Ms Shraddha Urkude was selected in Womens Basketball team of RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur in the year 2009-10. Ms Vaishali Thakre was selected in Womens Kabaddi team of RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur in the year 2009-10.
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Ms Neha Baraskar & Sayali Kashikar was selected in Womens Ball Badminton team of RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur in the year 2009-10. Ms Neha Baraskar & Rajni Bhujade was selected in Womens Ball Badminton team of RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur in the year 2010-11. Ms Shirin Pathan was selected in Womens Khokho team of RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur in the year 2010-11. 4.5.3 Give details of the common facilities available with the institution (Staff room, day care centre, common room for students, rest rooms, health centre, vehicle parking, guest house, Canteen, telephone, internet caf, transport, drinking water etc.) Following common facilities are available at the institution : a) Staff Room: A well furnished staff room is available for the staff. It has attached bathroom with full facilities. b) Common Room for students: Common room for students is available. Separate common room for girl students is also available. c) Vehicle Parking: Parking place for vehicles and bicycles is available in the campus. All vehicles are parked properly there and a security guard keeps vigil on it.

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Drinking Water: The facility of pure drinking water is provided to the students. While providing this facility, the hygienic point of view of taken into account.

4.6
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Best Practices in Infrastructure and Learning Resources


What innovations / best practices in infrastructure and Learning Resources are in vogue or adopted / adapted by the institution? Following are some of the best practices adopted: Spacious campus with Master Plan. Central Library with Internet Facility. Central Computer Centre with Internet Facilities Competitive Examination Centre. Placement Cell Well furnished Girls Hostel. Well furnished Boys Hostel. Well equipped laboratories, class rooms, seminar hall. Separate and fully computerized Administrative Office. Admissions through Counseling

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Excellent Gymkhana with best Gymnasium Facilities and playground.

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Criterion V : Student Support and Progression


5.1
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Student Progression
Give the socio-economic profile (General, SC/ST, OBC etc) of the students of the last two batches) The Socio-economic profile of the students is as follows :2010-11 (No. of Students) 622 133 1461 190 2011-12 (No. of Students) 468 119 1216 447

Category SC ST OBC General

5.1.2

What are the efforts made by the institution to minimize the dropout rate and facilitate the students to complete the course? The institution has done various efforts on its own part to motivate the students to complete the course. At the time of admission, the faculty members counsel the students on various aspects of the courses to which they seek admission. This makes sure that the students have a fairly good understanding about the scope of the subject/ course they choose to study. Throughout the year the college organizes a number of activities that help students sustain

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their interest in the subject they have chosen. The college identifies students who are academically weak and special remedial coaching sessions are organized for them so that they cope with the academic demands. Teacher-guardian scheme guarantees proper communication between teachers and students and further the college has various schemes to help students financially so that they can support their study. As a result of all these efforts, the dropout rate has been reduced to the minimum over the last few years. 5.1.3 On an average, what percentage of the students progress to further studies and for employment? Give details for the last two years. (UG to PG to Ph.D. and / or to employment) UG to PG PG to PhD (%) Employment (%) (%) Arts Commerce Science 35-40 30-40 20-30 7-12 10-15 09-16 15-20 20-25 30-35

5.1.4

How does the institution facilitate the placement of its outgoing students? What proportion of the graduating students has been employed? (average of last five years)

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The institution has its own placement cell to promote employment among its outgoing students. The institution provides an awareness program for outgoing students. In addition to this, various industrial agencies are invited in the college to guide the students in career options. Year wise number of students who have got placement is as given below: Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 No. of Students 10 17 22 21 16

5.1.5

How does the institution facilitate and support students for appearing and qualifying in various competitive examinations? Give details on the number of students coached, appeared and qualified in various competitive examinations (Average of last five year) (UGC-CSIR-NET, SLET, GATE, CAT, GRE, TOFEL, GMAT, Civil Services IAS, IPS, IFS, Central / State Services etc.) The Institution provides courses / training to the students for entry in various services over the years the college has been trying to cultivate an academic culture in which students have been

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motivated and trained for appearing in different competitive examinations. As a part of it, the college started an annual general knowledge test for school students in the neighbouring regions. The college has been conducting it very successfully over the last ten years and the response to it has been immensely satisfying. The idea behind this programme was to create a sense of awareness among the rural students about the type of preparedness expected from them for qualifying in competitive examinations. The college has a very active competitive examination training centre which provides coaching in preparation for various competitive examinations. The students are coached by qualified trainers and professionals. The college organizes lecturer series by former students of the college who have qualified in competitive examinations and are in different prestigious services, with a view of motivating and training the present batch of students. The competitive centre also gathers and disseminates information and schedules of different competitive examinations. The college has a large collection of materials for use of students appearing for competitive examinations and it also has programmes in soft skill development Year Students Coached Students Appeared Students Qualified

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5.1.6

Give a comparative analysis of the institutional academic performance with reference to other colleges of the affiliating University and the university average. (Pass percentage,

Distinction, Gold medals and University Ranks, Marks obtained in relating to university average etc. (Last five years data) Comparative analysis of the institutional academic performance is as follows Year Academic Activity 1 Pass Percentage Distinction Gold Medals University Rank Mark Obtained 57 03 (last five years) 2 49 01 01 03 3 5 1 0 1 0 3 4 3 6 0 2 5 4 6 0 2 Data is not available Data is not available University Average Average of Other College of the Affiliating University

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5.2.1

Does the institution publish its updated prospectus, handbook and other student information material annually? If yes, what is the information disseminated to students through these publications? Yes. College publishes information on its various activities in two different formsProspectus: - It presents detailed information about the college. It offers information about the different courses/ subjects taught details of the faculty and other facilities on the campus. It contains information about the rules and regulations of admission, documents required for admission, fees and schedules of teaching programmes. It also contains details of facilities available for curricular, co-curricular and extra curricular activities. The prospectus provides information on scholarships and other financial incentives available for students and the terms and conditions and other documentary evidences required for qualifying for them It also gives details about the rules and regulations of the college and the students code of conduct. College Magazine: - It is a record of various activates of the

college in a particular year besides providing details about the

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institution,

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committee. The magazine contains details of the curricular, cocurricular and extra curricular activities and the achievements of the students in different fields such as sports, cultural activities etc. Further, the magazine provides an excellent platform for students and teachers for intellectual and cultural self-expression in the form of publishing different kinds of articles, poems, stories and so on. 5.2.2 Does the institution provide financial aid to students? If yes, specify the type and number of scholarships/ freeships given to the students during the last academic year by the institution (other that those provided by the social welfare departments of the state or Central Governments) Yes. The institution provides financial aid to economically weaker students of the society. The institute has provided free bicycles to economically weak students and reduced the fees charged. The number endowment & institutional scholarship is stated below :Financial support for students: (2011-2012) Endowment Institutional Scholarship Number 26 300 Amount in Rs. 3670/27300/-

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5.2.3

Give details of schemes for students welfare? (Insurance, subsidized canteen facilities, special diets, students counseling support, earn while you learn scheme etc.) The institution has the following schemes for students welfare: a) Students counseling support: In this, the students are

counseled about the various job opportunities available in the campus and industries. They are also guided upon for selecting appropriate courses so that they can excel in it. Awareness about attitude and aptitude is also made familiar to them. b) Placement Services: The students are exposed to various guest

lectures organized by the institution. They are motivated to attend seminar, conferences, workshops and interview so that they can be placed in good career. Various industry heads are invited for campus placement and students are encouraged to face them. c) Canteen facility is available in the campus. d) The Institute has provided Health Centre to Students. A nominated Doctor visits the Institute for Health check-up of the students. e) Hostel for the Boys and Girls is provided.

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f) Gym is available in the campus.

5.2.4

What type of support services are available to overseas students? Support services were not available to overseas students because the college had no overseas students till recently.

5.2.5

Give details of the placement and counseling services for the students? The following Placement and Counseling services for the student are available : Placement Services: The Placement Cell invites the various companies and organizes for campus interview. The students are given a special coaching to face the interview. Counseling Services: Career counseling is provided with the choice and courses are recommended. Counseling is also provided as remedial measures for other activities. Counseling for competitive exams is also provided.

5.2.6

How does the institution encourage and develop entrepreneurial skills among the students?

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The college encourages entrepreneurial skills among the students in different ways. B.B.A. students are offered Entrepreneurship Development as a subject in their curriculum. They are encouraged to take up Entrepreneurship as a career. Beyond classroom teaching, Entrepreneurship Awareness Camp, Entrepreneurship Development for self employment are conducted with the help of Micro Small & Medium Enterprise (MSME). Government of India. It is an apex body and a nodal agency for formulating, coordinating and monitoring the policies and programmes for promotion and development of Micro Small & Medium Enterprise (MSME) and thus motivated prospective and existing entrepreneurs for promotion and development of MSME sectors. Every year these kinds of programs are arranged to groom the budding entrepreneur. Students from all faculties attend these programs and as a result there has been considerable increase in the level of motivation and many students have started their own business / economic activities.

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5.2.7

Does the faculty participate in academic and personal counseling? If yes, give details on services provided during the last academic year? Yes, the faculty fully participates in an academic and personal counseling. This is done through the following method : a) Academic Counseling: Academic counseling is generally carried out at the time of admission. Students are advised on the various courses available at this institute and are asked to take admission as per the inclination for the studies. Last year many students were counseled and they guided for their academic direction. b) Personal Counseling: Personal counseling is available throughout year as and when the students need it. During the academic year, the students may face many problems regarding their personal matter and other factors. They are taken into confidence and accordingly personal counseling is carried out. Last year many such students who had some personal problems were counseled and their personal problem was solved. They were morally encouraged to do better.

5.2.8

Is there a separate guidance and counseling centre for women students? If yes, enumerate the activities of the centre.

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Yes. There is a separate counseling centre for women. It undertakes the regular counseling by woman teacher. There are various types of problems faced by the women students. These problems are woman oriented and require patience hearing. To handle such issues,

woman teachers are deputed to counsel such students. The activities includes, listening to their problems and finding solution. The woman teacher interact with the students and give them patient hearing. 5.2.9 Is there a Cell / Committee constituted for prevention / action against sexual harassment of women students? If yes, detail its constitution and enumerate its activities (issues addressed during the last two years) Yes. The Cell consists of the following members :1) Prof. Dr. P. R. Bhoyar 2) Prof. Dr. V. P. Palsapure 3) Prof. Dr. M. P. Sonone 4) Prof. K. Ingole 5) Prof. V. B. Ughade 6) Prof. R. S. Bangre Activities : - Chairman - Member - Member - Member - Member - Member

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The committee actively participates in interaction with girl students and encourages them to put forward their complaints or problems. If any issue comes up, remedial measures are initiated. So far there has been no incident of sexual harassment of women students in the college. 5.2.10 Does the institution have a grievance redressal cell? If yes, what are its functions? Details the major grievances redressed during the last two years. Yes, the institution has grievance redressal cell which is fully active. All faculty members involves in it. The grievance raised by the faculties and students at this institute are amicably solved. However, the quantum of grievance is minimal and during last year no grievances were reported. There is a Grievance Redressal Cell composed of the following members: 1) Prof. Dr. P. R. Bhoyar 2) Prof. Dr. M. B. Ingle 3) Prof. H. V. Misal 4) Prof. M. S. Sawade 5) Prof. V. P. Ughade Activities: - Chairman - Member - Member - Member - Member

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The cell, so far has not received any complaint. 5.2.11 Is there a provision for acquiring computer skills / literacy for all students, in the curriculum? If yes, give details on how it is imparted, and level of proficiency. The students are given computer training through the following method : a) Syllabus: syllabus. The training on computer is given as per the Some of the courses deals with the lessons on

computer literacy and learning. These aspects are covered in the teaching. b) Extra-curricular activities: Computer teaching and learning process take place through extra curricular activities. Students are encouraged to enhance their knowledge about computers so

that they get access to the myriad knowledge. The students have acquired so proficiency in the computer operation that they can manage their routine computer operations. c) Computer Training : The students are given free computer operating training (Computer Literacy) free of cost in the month of Jun & July i.e., in the beginning of academic session, to new comers.

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5.2.12 What value-added courses are introduced by the institution to develop life skills, career training, community orientation, good citizenship and personality development of students? The college has over the years introduced a large number of valueadded courses at the diploma and certificate levels to develop different kinds of life skill, carrier training, and personality development and so on. A student can pursue these courses while doing a regular undergraduate or postgraduate course. The list of such courses is as follows: Fashion Designing Biotechnology Computer Applications Computer Accountancy 5.2.13 How does the institution ensure safety and security of the students, faculty and the institutional assets? The security of the faculties and students is the major concern of any institution. For this purpose the institution has hired the

services of a reputed security agency which ensure safety and security of the students, faculty and the institutional assets. The security guards are deployed at various sensitive areas and they keep vigil at all places.
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5.3
5.3.1

Students Activities
Does the institution have an Alumni Association? If yes, i. ii. iii. List its current Office bearers. List its activities during the last two years. Give details of the top ten alumni occupying prominent positions. iv. Give details of the contribution of alumni to the growth and development of the institution. Yes. The institution has Alumni Association. Following are its Office Bearers: List of Office Bearers: Mr. Vijendrasingh Dubey (Chairman) Mr. Rupesh Khairi (Secretary) Activities (last 2 years) : The following activities were undertaken :(a) Regular get-together of the past and presents students are conducted. (b) Regular meeting of the office bearers of association and the faculties are convened. Various agenda points are discussed and new issues introduced.

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Following are the top ten alumni occupying prominent positions in various fields :1. Pankaj Londhe 2. Sachin N. Dhobale 3. Yogesh Badhe 4. Purushottam S. Iarpatkar 5. Ku. Vaishali S. Mude 6. Ku. Priti B. Jumade 7. Parish D. Pise 8. Sanjay S. Punaskar 9. Virendra Dube 10. Suresh Satpute Contribution of alumni for growth of institution: Alumni has always associated with the institution and provided guidance to the current students. They share their experiences and present conditions with the students and the students are immensely benefited by it. The regular get-to-together are also held on specific occasions to have better interaction between them. 5.3.2 How does the institution encourage its students to participate in extra-curricular activities including sports and games? Give details on the achievements of students during the lat two years.

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(Institution level / inter-collegiate / Inter University / Inter state / National / International) The institution encourages students for participation in sports and extra curricular activities. The college students have participated in National event of Volleyball and Ball Badminton and have brought laurels to the institution. The college has been always encouraging participation in sports and cultural activities by providing the expert coaching and different kinds of other incentives. This has resulted in large scale participation of students in sports activities. The following students have won laurels to the college by excelling in some of the following sports activities.Women Team was runners-up in Inter Collegiate Ball Badminton Sports Competitions 2006 -2007 organized by RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur. Women Team was winners in Inter Collegiate Ball Badminton Sports Competition 2008 -2009 organized by RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur. Women Team was winners in Inter Collegiate Ball Badminton Sports Competitions 2009 -2010 organized by RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur.

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Women Team was winners in Inter Collegiate Ball Badminton Sports Competitions 2010 -2011 organized by RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur. Ms Rasika Deshpande was selected in Womens Handball of RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur in the year 2006-7. Ms Shreya Kene & Ms Namrata Pawar was selected in Womens Ball Badminton of RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur in the year 2006-7. Ms Priti Khode selected in Womens Vollyball team of RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur in the year 2007-8. Ms Shreya Kene & Ms Namrata Pawar was selected in Womens Ball Badminton of RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur in the year 2007-08. Ms Priti Khode & Vidya Shrivastav selected in Womens Vollyball team of RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur in the year 2008-9. Ms Neha Baraskar & Sayali Kashikar was selected in Womens Ball Badminton team of RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur in the year 2008Ms Priti Khode & Vidya Shrivastav was selected in Womens Vollyball team of RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur in the year 2009-10. Ms Shraddha Urkude was selected in Womens Basketball team of RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur in the year 2009-10.

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Ms Vaishali Thakre was selected in Womens Kabaddi team of RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur in the year 2009-10. Ms Neha Baraskar & Sayali Kashikar was selected in Womens Ball Badminton team of RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur in the year 2009-10. Ms Neha Baraskar & Rajni Bhujade was selected in Womens Ball Badminton team of RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur in the year 2010-11. Ms Shirin Pathan was selected in Womens Khokho team of RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur in the year 2010-11. 5.3.3 How does the institution involve and encourage students to publish materials like catalogues, wall magazines, college magazine, and other material? List the major publications / materials brought out by the students during the previous academic session. The college magazine Reflextion is published yearly by the College. Entries from the students are invited for publication in the College Magazine. The students are encouraged to write quality material in the magazine. Faculties help the students to gather and invent ideas so that the students can pursue it. 5.3.4 Does the institution have a Students Council or any similar body? Give details on its constitution, major activities and funding.

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Yes, the institution has active students council. The students to the council are elected by their own members. The affiliating university issue orders to the conduct such elections and students participate in it. follows :a) Dr. P. R. Bhoyar, Principal : Chairman b) University Representative : Sagar Rameshwar Deokar (MSW-II) b) Class Representatives : B.A.-I B.A.II B.A.-III B.C.A.-I B.C.A.-II B.Sc. (IT)-II B.Sc. (IT)-III B.B.A.-I B.B.A.-II B.B.A.-III B.Com.-I B.Com.-II B.Com.-III The composition of students councils is as

Chetan Prakashrao Barde Rupali Haridas Khelkar Shilpa Kamlakar Gajbhiye Kanchan Diliprao Ingole Vaishali P. Rathod Ashish S. Jagtap Nikhil S. Thakare Karisma R. Yengade Sujata S. Nagrale Shriram G. Sanap Trupti S. Kaikade Roshan D. Dhone Shikha A. Pande

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Akash D. Kawade Vinod V. Mahabuddhe Saket Baig Pooja Rajendra Thote Akash Sunil Ramteke Priyanka Ramesh Nehte Vaishali Nagargade Sheetal Rameshrao Raut

B.C.C.A.-I B.C.C.A.-II B.C.C.A.-III B.Sc.(Biotech)-I B.Sc.(Biotech)-I B.Sc.(Biotech)-I B.Lib. M.A.(Mar)-I M.A.(Mar)-II M.A. (Eng)-I M.A. (Soc)-I M.A. (Soc)-II M.A. (Geo)-I M.A. (Geo)-II M.S.W.-I M.Sc. (CS)-I M.Sc. (CS)-II M.C.M.-I M.C.M.-II M.I.R.P.M.-I M.I.R.P.M.-II M.Sc. (Biotech)-I

Sidharth Gulabrao Shamsharkar Pradhnya Walmik Raut Vruchika Shalikrao Kitey Archana Deorao Barange Amit R. Wadandre Neeta P. Kalode Nitesh Harabansingh Sher Priya Bhutada Sonali Badar Sanket Kubde Naziya Sheikh Shubhangi R. Junare Chandrakant N. Gote Sheetal I. Sankade
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Mugdha Vishram Mahajan Sarika A. Gawande Shraddha B. Gupta Chandrakant Zore Vaishali H. Deogirkar Bhushan A. Ambadkar

M.Sc. (Biotech)-II M.Phil. (Marathi) M.Lib. P.G.D.C.C.A. P.G.D.B.M. NSS Sports L.R. (OBC) L.R. (Open)

Harshada Pradiprao Pendam Priya Nandkishor Bansod -

Shirin Zakir Hussain Pathan Major activities:

The council interacts with the students and

understands their problems if any. They take up the issue of students for their welfare purpose. They have good coordination with the

management and other functionaries of the institution. The council actively participates in the major activities of the institution. They act as a main link between the management and faculties. Funding: The funds are provided by the College for organizing the activities of Student Council. The budgetary provision is made under the head of extra-curricular activity, games & sports and college magazine. The expenditure incurred on these activities during the financial year 2001-12 is Rs. 49753/- on extra-curricular activities, on games & sports Rs. 137850/- and on college magazine Rs. 15000/-

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5.3.5

Give details of the various academic and administrative bodies and their activities (academic and administrative), which have student representation on them. Academic Activities: The institution has many bodies which has students representatives. General bodies which require students participation are formed with the students representatives. Cultural activities, college gathering, sports and games,

celebrations of events etc., are the activities where students participate and bodies or committees formed for such purpose do have students representatives. Administrative Activities: Students are expected to involve in some administrative activities. The committees formed for this purpose do have students representatives. Celebration of national events, NSS and other social events are celebrated in the institution and the students are very much part of such committees. 5.3.6 Does the institution have a mechanism to seek and use data and feedback from its graduates and from employers, to improve the growth and development of the institution? Yes, the institution has a mechanism to seek and use data from other agencies for development activities. Data and feedback from the past students are obtained during alumni meetings and used for

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developmental purpose. Similarly, feedback from the management and employer is sought through the interaction and regular meetings conveyed for the purpose. Positive and negative points are discussed and this helps to improve the academic atmosphere of the institution.

5.6
5.6.1

Best Practices in Student Support and Progression


Give details of institutional best practices towards Students Support and Progression? The following best practices towards students support and progression are available :(a) Guidance Cell: Guidance cell has been established to provide counseling and guidance to the aspiring students. (b) Grievances Redressal Cell : Grievances redressal cell has beeb established to address the grievances of the students and faculties. (c) Placement Cell : With a view to provide employment to the students, the placement cell has been established. It is fully active and many students have placed in various jobs so far. (d) Students Coaching Centre : The institution has established a centre to provide free coaching to the socio-economically backward students for appearing in various competitive

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examinations, NET/SLET exam and remedial training in all subjects. (e) Study Tours : There is a provision for study tours for the students. (f) Gym : Well equipped Gym is available in the campus. (g) Health Centre : Health Centre is established at the campus. The Doctor visits the campus whenever there is a need. (h) NSS Programms : Various Community Development

Programmcs are organized through the NSS. Students visit the nearby area and interact with the public. (i) Provision for Concession in the University Fee and Institutional Scholarship.

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Criterion VI : Governance and Leadership


6.1
6.1.1

Institutional Vision and Leadership


State the Vision and Mission statement of the institution and give details on how the institution. (a) Ensures that the vision and mission of the institution is in tune with the objectives of the Higher Education policies of the Nation? (b) Translates its vision statement into its activities? The institution has a concrete and substantial vision and mission which reflect the objectives of the organizations: Vision: The institution has a vision to enhance the students capability and progression. It also desires to become an excellent centre of Teaching and Learning with the aim to provide quality education which is technically sound, socially applicable to the rural students. The institution also visualizes catering to the needs of society by taking into rapid changes in the global scenario. Mission: The institution strives through its mission statement: To provide best of the education to the rural and economically backward students.

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To achieve maximum efficiency and excellence in imparting quality education. To provide maximum opportunities to the Girl Students so that they can be self reliant and economically independent. To provide and implement community Development Program via various extension activities. To promote and inculcate values and virtues in the students. To provide Practical and skill based Teaching for self employment. To promote and develop use of ICT Learning by taking into consideration global changes. To undertake various extension activities so that it reflects the aim and objectives of the Institution. To achieve this, the Institution distributes Pamphlets, Information Brochure and Prospectus to the students. Stakeholders, Teachers and Staff are made aware of this aspect through appropriate media. 6.1.2 Enumerate the Managements commitments, leadership-role and involvement for effective and efficient transaction of the teaching learning processes.

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Management is committed to provide all assistance and facility for teaching learning process. The policies framed by the higher authorities are promptly implemented. It always gives direction to college to create a congenial teaching-learning environment for students. Management always takes care to inculcate high social, moral and intellectual values in tune with the vision and mission statement of the college. It formulates strategies, systems and methods for achieving excellence in teaching, learning and administration. Management stimulates innovations in all faculties and takes care to build knowledge and capabilities in teachers and students. For effective and efficient transaction of teachinglearning processes, principal and teachers are given sufficient autonomy and encouragement in the teaching-learning process.

6.1.3

How does the management and the Head of the institution ensure that responsibilities are defined and communicated to the staff of the institution? Management defines the responsibilities of the staff of the

institution at the macro level. Head of the institution defines and interprets these responsibilities at the micro level, distributes them and takes care to see that every staff member carries out the responsibilities assigned to him/ her in the most satisfactory way. The faculty-in-

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charge and the concerned head of the department assist the principal in effectively communicating the tasks to the staff and carrying it out effectively.

6.1.4

How does the Management / Head of the institution ensure that adequate information (from feedback and personal contacts etc) is available for the management, to review the activities of the institution? The head of the institution regularly keep updating the higher authorities about the activities conducted at the institute. The

information is collected and presented before stakeholder in the meetings regularly conveyed. Through meetings and intervention between various departments, the feedback is obtained and implemented accordingly. 6.1.5 How does the management encourage and support involvement of the staff for improvement of the effectiveness and efficiency of the institutional processes? The management conducts several meetings with the staff and various issues are discussed. The opinion of the concerned staff is also taken into account for effective implementation of the policies. All developmental activities are undertaken with due

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support and regard to the opinions, views of the staff.

Through

delegation of authority, effectiveness and efficiency of the staff is improved and promoted. 6.1.6 Describe the leadership role of the Head of the institution in governance and management of the institution. The leadership role of the head of the institution in governance The

and management of the institution is immensely felt.

guidance and encouragement to put in best efforts comes from that quality to lead. Through various meetings, the head discusses various issues which requires attention and guides the staff. Direction, guidance and suggestions are given from time to time by the Head of the institution.

6.2
6.2.1

Organizational Arrangements
Give the organizational structure and details of the academic and administrative bodies of the institution. Give details of the meetings held, and the decisions taken by these bodies, regarding finance, infrastructure, faculty recruitment, performance

evaluation of teaching and non-teaching staff, research and extension activities, linkages and examinations held during the last two years.

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Organizational Structure:

The institution is run by Mahila

Vikas Sanstha. This Sanstha is managed by Dr R. G. Bhoyar who is also the patron of this institute. Dr Pankaj Bhoyar is the Principal and under him all the faculties independently handles the departments. All the departments have their own head who in turn controls the faculties under their department.

Details of Academic Bodies The following academic bodies have been formed : a) Admission committee: The committee consists of five to six members and generally sits after the publication of 12th results.

The committee looks after the various issues related to admission and guide the students for admission process. Counseling is also carried out at this stage for various courses offered at this institute. following members : Prof. Dr. P. R. Kadwe Prof Dr. M. B. Ingle Prof. H. V. Misal The committee comprises of the

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Meetings Held : The committee sits after the declaration of the result. It guide and direct the students to seek admission to various courses. It also scrutinizes the admission forms of the students and decides the eligibility. Details of Administrative Bodies : Various administrative bodies and committees have also been formed and their details are given below : Discipline committee : This committee looks after the issue of discipline in the college campus. Various issues related to the discipline are discussed in this meeting. Redressal Committee : To redress the grievances, the

redressal of grievances committee is formed. This committee looks into the various issues of redressal put forth by the staff. The committee studies and analyses the problem and finds the solution in it. Meetings Held : The meetings of both the above committee are held at as and when basis. The committees functions purely on administrative basis and its meetings discuss the various issues related to it. Decisions Taken (Last 2 years Data) : The decisions taken by the abovementioned two bodies/committees in respect of the following aspects are as follows:
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(a) Finance:

The decision to have adequate finances to run

the institution was taken. To meet the expenses, various sources for generation of revenue were suggested. (b) Infrastructure: The decision regarding having adequate infrastructural facilities at the institute was taken. The

buildings have been constructed and allotted to the concerned departments. (c) Faculty Recruitment: Decision regarding recruitment of trained and qualified faculties was taken. The committee suggested to publish an advertisement in the main local dailies to have wider publicity. The assessment of the

current faculties was done with a view for future requirement. (d) Performance Evaluation of Teaching Staff: The decision regarding performance evaluation of teaching staff was taken. For this, a sub-committee was formed. Regular feedback from the management and students is to be sought and accordingly evaluation is to be carried out, it was further decided. (e) Performance Evaluation of Non-Teaching Staff: The decision regarding assessing the performance of nonteaching staff was also taken. At the end of the session,
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complete evaluation of the non-teaching staff was to be carried out. (f) Research and Extension Activities: The decision to promote research and extension activities was taken. It was decided that the faculties be given certain facilities to undertake research projects. Planning for various

extension activities was also undertaken. (g) Linkage and Examination: The decision regarding linkage and examination was taken. All the departments were

involved in it. The complete co-operation on the part of all staff and faculties was sought. 6.2.2 To what extent is the administration decentralized? How does the institution collaborate with different sections / developments and personnel of the institution to improve the quality of its educational provisions? The administration is decentralized to a greater extent. Authority is decentralized into the hand of Heads of Dept. for day to day functioning and proper co-ordination is maintained between them. The institution has a very good coordinating authority to have proper co-ordination amongst its department. The Principal of the college exercises the final authority. Through regular meetings,

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the head of the institution guides the faculties and proper coordination is maintained. 6.2.3 Does the institution have effective internal coordination and monitoring mechanisms? If yes, specify. Yes, the institution has sound and effective mechanism to monitor internal coordination. It takes place through head of the institution that has the final authority. The principal manage and controls the departments under its office and it works through Heads of the Department. 6.2.4 Does the institution have a Grievance Redressal Cell for its employees? If yes, what are its functions? List the number of grievances redressed during the lat two years. Yes. The institution has a grievance redressal cell for its employee. The cell functions directly under the authority of the Principal. The cell has been given certain functions to perform and it carried out those functions smoothly. The various tasks assigned to it are as follows: (a) To give patient hearing to the grievances of the employee, (b) To sort out the problems, if any. (c) To decide the further course of action on the problems or issues raised.

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The cases for redresssal of grievances are minimal and so far, no employee has submitted the case for redressal of grievances. 6.2.5 How many times does the management meet the staff in an academic year? What are the major issues discussed during the last meeting? Generally the management meets the staff as on required basis but regular meetings are conducted to address the various issues. During such interaction, many issues which require attention are taken up and thoroughly discussed. 6.2.6 Is there a Cell to prevent sexual harassment of women staff? How effective is the functioning of the Cell? Yes. There is a Cell to prevent sexual harassment of women staff. The cell consist of following personnel :1) Prof. Dr. P. R. Bhoyar 2) Prof. Dr. V. P. Palsapure 3) Prof. Dr. M. P. Sonone 4) Prof. K. D. Ingole 5) Prof. R. S. Bangre 6) Prof. V. P. Ughade 7) Prof. R. B. Lihitkar - Chairman - Member - Member - Member - Member - Member - Member

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Activities : The cell meets every now and then discusses the issue of sexual harassment to its woman members. The committee actively participates in interaction with women staff and encourages them to put forward their grievances, complaints and problems. If any issue comes up, remedial measures are initiated and staff is convinced. The cases for sexual harassment at work places for woman are minimal at this institute.

6.3
6.3.1

Strategy Development and Deployment


Describe the procedure of developing the perspective institutional plan. How are the Teachers, Students and Administrators involved in the planning process? While developing the Perspective Institutional Plan, the future requirement of the institute is generally taken into consideration. Teachers, students, and administrators actively involves in it and suggest various measures for imparting quality education. Every view is given weight age. The future requirement of each

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department is assessed and put forward through this document. The following are involved in the planning process :1. Teachers: The teachers plan for future and give their

requirements. Their opinions and views are taken seriously included in the plan. Imparting of quality education, need for pragmatic approach and employment oriented learning process etc., are the factors on which stress is given. 2. Students: During interaction with the students, the The opinion

feedback about the present system is taken.

expressed by them is considered and taken into account. If found feasible, included in the plan for future requirement. 3. Administrator: The administrator actively participates

in the preparation of institutional plan. He guides and interpret the various requirements of the institution for future planning. He interacts with the faculties and students and takes their opinion. On the basis of information available he put forward his own ideas, and then the whole planning take place. 6.3.2 How are the objectives communicated and deployed to all levels, to ensure individual employees contribution for the institutional development?

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The objectives are decided beforehand for communicating to the employees. Through academic planning these objectives are deployed at all levels and materialized.

6.3.3

List the different committees constituted for the management of different institutional activities? Give details of the meetings held and the decisions taken, regarding academic management, finance, infrastructure, faculty, research, extension and linkages, and examinations held during the last two years. List of the different committees constituted for the management of different institutional activities is as follow: Alumni Association Committee Admission Committee Research Committee Students Counseling Centre Grievance Redresal Cell Parents Teacher Association Internal Quality Assurance Cell NAAC Cell / Committee Cultural Committee Information & Publication Committee Placement Cell Sports & Games Committee Women Development Anti Ragging Committee Sexual Harassment Against Woman Committee The meetings held during last two years and decisions taken are shown below. The committee meets very often to discuss the issues pending at all departments and tries to solve the issue. The meetings are attended by all concerned and

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remedial measures are taken and suggested to overcome the problems. The following decisions were taken: (a) Academic Management :- To manage the academic resources effectively. (b) Finance :- To have an adequate financial resources to run the programs. (c) Infrastructure :To ensure availability of proper

infrastructure to run an academic program. (d) Faculty Recruitment :- To have full fledged and qualified faculties to run the program. (e) Research :- To promote research activities amongst the faculties and students. (f) Research and Extension Activities :- To have collaboration with research and extension activities. Extension activities to be linked to research activities. (g) Examinations :- To conduct exams on time and in a impartial manner. 6.3.4 Has the institution an MIS in place, to select, collect, align and integrate data and information on the academic and

administrative aspects of the institution?

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Yes. The institution integrates the data from various segments to implement the program.

6.3.5

Does the institution use the various data and information obtained from the feedback, in decision-making and performance

improvement? If yes, give details. Yes. The feedback data is disseminated for remedial measures and implementation. 6.3.6 What are the institutions initiatives for promoting co-operation, sharing of knowledge, innovations and empowerment of the faculty? (Skill sharing across departments, creating / providing conducive environment, etc.) The institution has an integrated structure and proper coordination between the faculties. Skill sharing platform is existing and

faculties collaborate with each other for better input. The proper and conducive environment is created for impart of quality education.

6.4
6.4.1

Human Resource Management


What are the mechanisms for performance assessment (teaching, research, service) of faculty and staff? (Self-appraisal method, comprehensive evaluation by students and peers). Does the

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institution use the evaluation to improve teaching / research of the faculty and service of the faculty by other staff? If yes, how? The institution has an effective evaluation method for faculty and staff. Intervention between various agencies takes place and data shared. 6.4.2 What are the welfare measures for the staff and faculty? (mention only those which affect and improve staff well-being, satisfaction and motivation) The institution provides various welfare measures to the faculty and staff such as : a) Provident Fund Account. b) The Insurance. c) Loan Facility from Bank / Financial Institutions d) Medical Reimbursement e) Free Admission to the Wards of the Non-teaching staff. f) Concession in the fees to the Wards of the Teaching & Nonteaching staff. 6.4.3 What are the strategies and implementation plans of the institution, to recruit and retain faculty and other staff who have the desired qualification, knowledge and skills?

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To retain and improve faculty and staff the institution provide ample opportunities for career enhancement. The college always tries to recruit and retain highly qualified and skilled employees. For this purpose, after completing the legal formalities, the post available is widely advertised in leading regional and national newspapers. After receiving applications, a proper interview committee is constituted as per the rules in this regard and interviews are conducted in the fairest way possible. The college as policy matter follows absolute transparency in the entire process and tries to make sure that the most qualified and skilled among the applicants are selected for the posts. Further the college tries to retain good staff at any cost by providing the above mentioned facilities.

6.4.4

What are the criteria for employing part-time / ad-hoc faculty? How are the recruitment conditions of part-time / ad-hoc faculty different from that of the regular faculty? (e.g. Salary structure, workload, specializations). The college strictly follows the recruitment conditions laid down by the UGC, State government and the University of Nagpur for all kinds of recruitments including full-time, part-time appointments. Work load and salary structure for part-time, adhoc and clock-hour

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basis appointments, are stipulated by the above authorities, and the college follows these norms. 6.4.5 What are the policies, resources and practices of the institution that support and ensure the professional development of the faculty? (Eg. Budget allocation for staff development, sponsoring for advanced study, research, participation in seminars,

conferences, workshops, etc. and supporting membership and active involvement in local, state, national and international professional associations). The institution ensures the professional development of the faculty through the following measures: a) Orientation courses: These courses are conducted by the affiliating university and faculty duly undergoes it. b) Refresher courses: The affiliating university conducts twice in

a year refresher courses for faculties. This course prepares the faculty for any future development in the arena of education. Teachers are trained to polish their students through their renewed efforts.

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6.4.6

How do you assess the needs of the faculty development? Has the institution conducted any staff development programmes for skill up-gradation and training of the staff? If yes, give details. The institution recognizes the need for faculty development in their day to day teaching process. With a view to provide staff and faculties various facilities for development programme and for skill up gradation, a training through guest lectures and group discussion is given. In addition to this, the affiliating University also conducts various courses for upgrade their academic knowledge. The institution on its own part encourages the faculty members to update themselves on all account and provide them all facilities for this endeavour. In addition to this the Department of Commerce, Computer Science and Bio-Technology conducted various workshops and Guest Lectures for their students. In 200910 Department of Marathi, History and Geography organized National Seminar. Department of English, Sociology, Economics and Library and Information Science also organized. National Level Seminars of their subject in 2011-12.

6.4.7

What are the facilities provided to faculty? (Well maintained and functional office, infrastructure and other space to carry out their work effectively etc.)

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The faculty is provided with well furnished staff room. Other facilities like well equipped library and canteen are also provided.

6.5 6.5.1

Financial Management and Resource Mobilization


Does the institution get financial support from the Government? If yes, mention the grants received in the last three years under different heads. If no, give details of the sources of revenue and income generated during the last three years? Yes. The institution gets financial support from the Govt. The grants received during the last three years in as follows : 2009-10 Grant in aid Fee from aided courses Fee from self funded courses UGC Total 2870675/396833/2010-11 5784187/316993/2011-12 5572190/386155/-

28811857/- 13189894/- 21140148/1476200/7503200/2618448/-

33555565/- 26794274/- 29710941/-

6.5.2

What is the quantum of resources mobilized through donation? Give information for the last two years. The institution does not resorts to the donations from any private or institutional bodies.

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6.5.3

Is there adequate budget to cover the day-to-day expenses? If no, how is the deficit met? Yes. The budgetary provisions are adequate for day to day expenses of the institution. The institution also makes an arrangement for any other untimely expenses during the year.

6.5.4

What are the budgetary resources to fulfill the institutions mission and offer quality programmes? (Budget allocations over the past two years (provide income expenditure statements) The institution has its own budgetary resources to complete its mission. Following are the budgetary resources to fulfill the mission and quality education program :2010-11 Grants from State Govt. Fee from the Students Contribution from the Management TOTAL 5755000/14389500/2988000/23132500/2011-12 6300000/16999500/2545000/25844500/-

6.5.5

Are the accounts documents audited regularly? If yes, give the details of internal and external audit procedures and the audit reports for last two years.

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Yes. The accounting documents of the institution are regularly audited by the qualified CA. The details of the internal and

external audit procedures are as follows : a) Internal audit procedure : The internal audit is conducted by M/s Nitin R Mundada, Chartered Accountants, Wardha, (Maharashtra). b) External audit procedure : The external audit is carried out by Senior Auditor of Higher Education Department. 6.5.6 Has the institution computerized its finance management systems? If yes, give details. The institution has fully computerized finance management system. All the data is stored and secured on the computer. 6.6 6.6.1

Best Practices in Governance and Leadership


What are the significant best practices in Governance and Leadership carried out by the institution? Following are the best practices in Governance and Leadership:a) Transparency in admission process: The institution observes

the best practice in following the transparent admission process. The system is open to the students and no special favor is shown to any students.

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b) Incentives: The institution gives various incentives to economically backward students. Advance scholarship,

expenses for practical exam and concession in admission fee are the various incentives provided. c) Imparting of quality education: The institution take utmost pride in imparting quality education to its students. The

dedicated and qualified faculties ensure that the students gets the best education in the institution.

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Criterion VII : Innovative Practices


7.1
7.1.1

Internal Quality Assurance System


What mechanisms have been developed by the institution for quality assurance within the existence academic and

administrative systems? Quality has become the defining element of education in the 21st century in the context of new social realities. Acquisition of quality and excellence is the great challenge faced by all higher education institutions. The academic determinant of an education system is quality teaching and learning. In order to assure the quality of the academic and administrative systems, the college has setup an Internal Quality Assurance Cell. The IQAC has the task of setting up quality norms and monitoring performance of different departments. On behalf of the IQAC the principal as the head of the institution, declares the policy norms and expected quality standards and every department is expected to follow these norms in their activities. 1) All the activities of the college are very meticulously

planned and executed with the help of a very carefully prepared academic calendar.

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In the beginning of the academic year, each department

submits to the IQAC its plan of action for the entire year. 3) Each teacher submits his/her individual teaching plan to the principal through the head of the department. 4) In the preparation and execution of the teaching plan,

the institution makes sure that the quality norms prescribed by the college and the University are strictly adhered to. 5) The Principal, faculty-in-charge and the head of department of each subject, regularly monitor the academic and administrative activities of the college. 6) Each administrative unit comes under the direct

monitoring of the principal who makes sure that strict quality procedures and norms are followed in all administrative activities. 7) As an effective mechanism for quality assurance the

college has constituted a large number of committees to organize a variety of co curricular and extra-curricular activities to fulfill the vision and mission of the college. 8) IQAC conducts an annual quality audit at the end of

every academic year. 9) The college has devised the mechanism of obtaining

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employers, peer groups, alumni and parents as a part of its quality assurance initiative. 7.1.2 What are the functions carried out by the above mechanism in the quality enhancement of the institution? 1) The academic calendar prepared at start of the year makes sure that the all the activities planned are executed as per schedule and nothing is left out. Further the calendar becomes helpful in checking whether all the activities planned are as per the vision and mission of the institution. 2) The plan of action submitted by the departments enables the Quality Assurance Cell to have a clear view of the programmes worked out for the year and to suggest corrective actions if any. 3) The teaching plans submitted by the individual teachers are carefully scrutinized and discussed by the head of the department, faculty-in-charge and the principal before it is finalized. This procedure makes sure that the individual teaching plans conform to the general quality standards prescribed by the institution. 4) The regular and systematic monitoring of the academic and administrative activities by the principal guarantees quality standards on all fronts.

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5) The large number of committees constituted to conduct different academic and administrative activities help in decentralizing the administrative machinery to a certain extent. This contributes to the enhancement of the quality of the programmes and also makes sure that no important activity is left out. 6) The college analyzes the feedback obtained from different sources and this provides valuable insights in terms of understanding and assessing our strength and weakness. Based on this analysis corrective measures are adopted wherever necessary. 7.1.3 What role is played by students in assuring quality of education imparted by the institution? Students play an important role in assuring quality education in

the institution. Feedbacks from the students are asked and their opinions are sought. After receipt of feedback on the teaching and learning process, the matter is taken into consideration. Students

cooperate in the process and the system gives the best results. 7.1.4 What initiatives have been taken up by the institution to promote best practices in the institution? How does the institution ensure that the best practices have been internalized?

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The best practices in the institution are promoted through regular interaction, feedback and remedial action. Students are taken into confidence for cooperation and encouraged to support the system. Social and community service, extra curricular activities, extension activities, academic performances, interaction with various agencies, regular attendance and meticulous planning of curricula are the various ways through which the institution internalize the best practices.

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In which way has the institution added value to the quality enhancement of students? The college has a series of programmes aimed to add value to the quality enhancement of students. Some of the initiatives are as follow: The college has adequate infrastructure, library, gymkhana facility for the overall development of the students and information centre. Every year the college conducts sport and cultural events to promote talents in students. There are training programmes like soft skill development, remedial teaching etc. and there are different subject associations and clubs that conduct different value-added programmes. There is a centre for competitive examination training, and a number of value-added Career

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Oriented Certificate courses such as Computersied accounting, fashion designing, entrepreneurship development programme with MMSE, computer training courses etc. These diversified courses help students prepare themselves for various vocations. The college magazines and other subject-based wall papers provide

opportunities to enhance the writing and publication skills of students. The college also runs a film and drama appreciation programme for students.

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What practices have been taken up by the institution to provide access to students from the following section of the society? a) Socially backward b) Economically Weaker and c) Differently abled The following practices have been taken up by the institution to provide access to the students : a) Socially backward: These students are brought into They are given equal

streamline and are taken care of.

treatment and no prejudice or bias is maintained against them. They are encouraged to perform well and various facilities are provided to them.
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b) Economically weaker: These students are provided financial aid for their educational expenses. Students from remote areas where bus facility is available, then they are given free bus pass to commute the distance to the institution. Expenses likely to be incurred on various practical subjects, is duly compensated at the beginning of the session. c) Differently abled: There is no differently abled students on the roll. 7.2.1 What special efforts have been made by the institution to recruit staff from the disadvantage community? Specify. a) Teaching b) Non-teaching Teaching : More and more focus is given on the proper recruitment from disadvantaged community. The college strictly follows the Govt. Directives regarding the National Reservation Policy at the time of recruitment. The staff so recruited is given impetus to put in their best efforts to flourish the institution. Though no compromise on the quality is done, the teaching staff from the disadvantage community if always given priority while appointing them.

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Non-teaching : The college strictly follows the Govt. Directives regarding the National Reservation Policy at the time of recruitment. The non teaching staffs are recruited by giving stress on employment oriented factors. Here also without compromising quality, the disadvantaged community is represented. They are encouraged to put in more efforts to improve the system. Certain concessions are given to them without jeopardizing the qualification and standard set by the appointing authority. 7.2.2 What special efforts are made to achieve general balance amongst students and staff? The institution has its own system to treat students and staff at appropriate level. Men and women staffs are treated equally without gender bias. They are given equal exposure to work Similarly, the students are treated

culture and opportunities.

sympathetically with full understanding of their mind set. Conflicting areas and issues between staff and students are amicably solved. In the event of the clash, the institution takes steps to avoid further aberration and both the parties are brought to peaceful solution. 7.2.3 Has the institution done a general audit and / or any general related sensitizing courses for the staff / students? Give detail.

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The institution has not conducted any such courses but during Seminars, conferences and workshops, such issues are regularly taken up for discussion and staff, students and faculties are trained to handle any situation. During regular teaching, students are given lessons on value and moral education. During refresher and The

orientation courses also, similar teaching is carried out. institution intent to carry out a survey in this regard. 7.2.4

What intervention strategies have been adopted by institution to promote overall development of students from rural / tribal background? Students from rural background are given priority over others in admission. Economically backward students from rural areas are given free bus pass from their home to the institution. The college was started exclusively for providing quality higher education to the underprivileged rural students. The college is situated in a rural area and most of our students come from rural and tribal background. The college provides several remedial teaching programmes for students from rural and tribal background to help them catch up with others.

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The college offers hostel facilities for students from remote areas and a host of other facilities for the overall improvement of rural/ tribal students. The college organizes several sports and cultural events which are particularly favoured by rural/ tribal students. Special attention is paid to the interests of the rural/ tribal students in the activities organized under schemes such as NSS, placement cell, competitive examination centre etc. 7.2.5 Does the institution have the mechanism to record the incremental academic growth of the students admitted from disadvantage sections? Yes, the institution measures the academic growth of the students from the disadvantage sections. Through regular tests and exams, their evaluation is carried out and they are checked for their development. If they are not able to cope up with the courses, certain remedial measures are taken to bring them at par with other students academically. 7.2.6 What initiatives have been taken by the institution to promote social justice and good citizenship amongst its students and staff? How have such initiatives reached out to the community?

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The college education is not merely about academic learning, but it provides opportunities for individual and social growth. The college is an ideal place for learning civic responsibilities. The college promotes a secular social outlook. It believes in and promotes values based on social justice, equality and human rights. A series of cultural activities are conducted to promote the right social and ethical values which form the core of our cultural heritage. Through various co-curricular and extra curricular activities such as NSS etc. the students are trained in their basic social and civil responsibilities. Throughout the year the college organizes lectures of eminent persons who have made a mark in the society. These lectures are highly inspiring and educating in the lessons of human virtues and national values. The principles of natural justice, compassion, selfless service to mankind, patriotism etc. are inculcated in the minds of the students and teachers through various cultural events. The college organizes number of reach out programmes in different remote villages in the form of events like NSS camps to spread our message to the community at large. The college also organizes cultural events in villages with the help of NSS to spread

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various social messages such as health awareness, literacy mission, prevention of aids, eradication of superstitions, environmental awareness etc.

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How does institutions involved all its stakeholder in planning, implementation and evolution of the academic program? The institution involves all its employees and stake holder in planning and implementing the academic program. This is done through discussion and interaction. Decisions arrived at are implemented. Full participation of stakeholder is ensured.

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How does the institution develop new program to create an overall climate conducive to learning? Institution develops progressive and career oriented courses for implementation of academic program. However, the program has to be parallel to the affiliating university. The institution fully implement the academic program assigned by the affiliating university but apart from this, the institution makes that program modified so that it gives immense benefit to the students and society as well.

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What are the key factors that attract students and stakeholders, to the institution and result in stakeholders satisfaction.

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Quality education which brings out good result attracts the student and stakeholder to a great extent. This gives immense satisfaction to any stakeholder. Good results, best performances, quality

education and best teaching learning process are the key factors that satisfy the stakeholders. The students take delight in the quality education imparted to them and sympathetic and understanding teacher community. Following are some of the key factors that attract students and stakeholders to this college and result in their satisfaction: The variety of academic courses ranging from undergraduate to research programmes offered by the college. Consistently good academic performance of our students and the high placement rate of the pass outs. Good infrastructural features conducive to serious academic work. The variety and depth of the intellectual resources available on the campus The range of co-curricular and extra-curricular activities offered The learner-centric approach followed in all programmes of study

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Student support facilities like the Placement Cell. The range of social and cultural activities organized every year. The various welfare schemes available for different

stakeholders 7.3.4 How does the institution elicit the co-operation from all stakeholder to ensure overall development of the students, considering the curricular and co-curricular activities, research, community orientation and the personal / spiritual development of the students? The institution allows full participation of the students in decision making process and thereby involved them in the process. More stress is given on quality education, moral and value education. Research work is promoted. Community oriented programs are conducted which directly support the institution. The stake holders are made to understand these benefits through quality education and their co-operation is elicited. 7.3.5 How do you anticipate public concern in your current and future program offering and operations? This college was born out of the concerns of philanthropists and socially conscious individuals who wanted to do something for the society. The activities of the college have a strong social

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orientation and the prime goal of the college is the development of the community around it. It seeks feed backs from the community and it tries to use the input received in improving its performance. The program and courses offered at this institution are socialistic in nature and gives greater scope for community development. The institution anticipates good response from the general public as well as teaching fraternity. Future programs are mostly dependent on the public and student support. The institution looks forward for acceptance of its academic mission by the public in general and students in particular very volatile and dynamic. 7.3.6 How does the institution promote social responsibility and citizenship roles amongst the students? Does it have any exclusive program for the same? Yes. One of the primary aims of this college is to mould our students into responsible citizens of this great nation. The college has several programmes to promote the ideas of social responsibilities and citizenship among its students. The institution has its own mechanism to promote social responsibility and citizenship roles amongst its students. This is done through NSS and Adult and Continuous Education. Students are encouraged to participate in

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community development program and inculcate good citizenship. NSS wing of students exclusively looks after this program. 7.3.7 What the institutional efforts to bring in community orientation in its activities? The institution conducts NSS activities which brings good social result. Once in a year a camp is organized at remote place. There, the students participate in various activities which are useful to the native people. This brings the community orientation. During this camp the students are taught to take various projects for the promotion of social responsibility towards all classes of people. 7.3.8 How does your institution actively support and strengthen the neighborhood communities? How do you indentify community needs and determine areas of emphasis for organization involvement and support? The institution actively support and strengthen community activities. Various cultural programs are conducted to promote such activities. Organisation of NSS camp takes place at such village, where maximum focus is on rural development. The community needs are identified by doing appropriate survey and observation. Their areas of weakness are shown and remedial

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measures are suggested. Then the institution takes steps to correct them with the help of community and students. 7.3.8 How do the faculty and students contribute in these activities? Faculty promote and encourage the students to participate in such activities. Students participate and activate themselves through

such programs. Various activities undertaken by the students are checked by the faculties and correction suggested. In this way, both students and faculty contribute each other in social venture. 7.3.9 Describe how your institution determines students satisfaction relative to academic bench mark? Do you update the approach in view of the current and future educational needs and challenges? The curriculum and syllabus clearly states the objectives to be achieved. Current and future educational needs of the society are taken into consideration for the purpose. The institutions regularly carry out the survey to correlate current and future needs of the students. The challenges ahead are taken note of and further course of action incorporated in the current academic activities. The students have to put in their best efforts to meet the future challenges. 7.3.10 How do you build relationship? To attract & retain students The college has an active College-school complex scheme under which the faculty members of the college visit schools in the
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surrounding areas. This helps build relation with other educational institutions. During the interactive sessions with school students and authorities, the faculty members brief them on the courses offered in the college and other facilities available on the campus giving wide publicity to the college. The college has a wellmaintained campus with hostel facilities, excellent facilities for sports activities and opportunities for personality development. The college provides an excellent academic culture and opportunity for learning. Many of the courses offered here are of high intellectual quality and provide job opportunities. The range of sports and cultural activities that go on round the year becomes a major attraction for many students. Further, the college has many student support and welfare schemes. All these factors help us attract and retain students.

To enhance students performance The college has a highly qualified, motivated and dedicated team of faculty with a well defined vision of higher education. Faculty members are constantly engaged in teaching, research and extension activities that go a long way in enhancing students performance. Through initiatives like student-guardian scheme the college maintains a direct and healthy relationship between teachers and students. Remedial courses and book bank schemes help weak students to cope up with their studies. The college
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organizes a large number of seminars, workshop and lecture series. The continuous assessment programmes, regular tutorials and assessments, study tours and industrial visits, field surveys and project works help enhance students performance.

To meet their expectations of learning The college offers many facilities and programmes to meet students expectations of learning such as quality learning programmes and materials, latest methods and materials of teaching and different support services. 7.3.11 What is your complaint management process? How do you ensure that these complaints are resolved promptly and effectively? How are complaints aggregated and analysis for used in the improvement of the organization, and for better stakeholder relationship and satisfaction? The college has both formal and informal complaint management process. Informal Process: Oral complaints at the level of faculty members, heads of department, faculty-in-charge and the principal by the aggrieved person and resolving the issue based on the nature and basis of complaint. The complainant could be a student, employee or parent.
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Formal Process The formal complaint is written complaint given to the principal or dropped in the complaint box. There is a students discipline committee to look into the minor problems of the students and a general Grievance Redressal Cell to look into the complaints students, employees and parents. Complaints received by these committees are analyzed seriously and amicable settlements acceptable to the aggrieved parties are sought.

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C. Evaluative Report of the Department ENGLISH


(Supplementary Updated Information 2011-12) 1. 2. 3. Faculty profile Student Profile Changes made in : : : : the : : Prof. Anand T. Chahande, M.A. (ENG.), NET Prof. Dr. Megha Sonone, M.A. (ENG), Ph.D. 12th Passed. Mostly from semi urban areas. B.A. Part-I & II Compulsory English & Literature Syllabus Changed. The Department fully

courses or programmes 4. 5. 6. 7.

Trends in the success and : drop out rates : Learning resources of the : departments : Modern teaching methods : practiced and use of ICT : Participation of teachers in : academic and personal :

implemented the changes in the syllabus. The Success rate of students is on increase. However, drop out rates need to be arrested. Class Room, Tutorials & Library Use of ICT in teaching is restricted to the syllabus. Full participation of Teachers throughout session in academic and personal counseling at the time of admission. The department organized 01 National Level Seminar on 02nd Feb. 2011 where delegates from all over the places attended the seminar and the faculty immensely benefited from it. The department organizes various Guest Lectures for the students. In addition to this certain extracurricular activity are undertaken to improve the

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& teachers benefited during 9. last 02 years Participation / contribution : of teachers to the academic : activities including teaching

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consultancy and research. Collaboration with other : departments / institutions, : at the State, National and

personality and communication skill of the students.

Nil International Levels and their outcome during the 11 . past two years. Priority areas for Research : and details of the ongoing : projects, important and A Critical Study of Complex Themes in the major novels of DORIS LESSING The department published souvenir for National Level Seminar on 2nd February 2011.

noteworthy publications of the faculty, during past two 12 . years. Placement record of the : past students and of the : the

Department conducts spoken English classes to improve communication skill of the Students. Departments also guide students about entry in various services through the regular classes

contribution

department to aid student placements. 13 . Plan of action of the :

conducted. 4 to 5 students during last 02 years have been well placed. The department has planned the following for the next five years: 1. Opening of Language Laboratory. 2. Conducting of Spoken English Classes. 3. Conducting of Classes for Competitive

department for the next five : years.

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Examination. 4. Organizing Seminars & Conferences. 5. Establishment of Literary Association.

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Faculty profile Student Profile (Supplementary Updated Information 2011-12) :: Prof. Dr. V. P. Palsapure, M.A.(Mar), Ph.D. :: 12th Passed / B.A. / M.A. Mostly from the semi urban areas. Changes made in the courses :: or programmes Trends in the success and :: drop out rates Learning resources of the :: departments Modern teaching methods :: Nil The Success rate of students is on increase. However, drop out rates needs to be arrested. Class Room Tutorials & Library Use of ICT in teaching is restricted to the syllabus. Full participation of Teachers throughout session in academic and personal counseling at the time of admission. The department organized 01 National Level Seminar on 27th Feb. 2010 Guiding 7 students for Ph.D. & 26 students for M.Phil.

practiced and use of ICT Participation of teachers in :: academic and personal

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outcome during the past two 11 . years. Priority areas for Research :: and details of the ongoing projects, important and 1 Minor Project (Marathitil Shri Sant Sahityatil Strivadi Bhumika) Publication : 1 Book Dhyas Mukticha 2005 Akansha Prakashan, Nagpur Departments also guide students about entry in various services through the regular classes conducted. 4 to 5 students during last 02 years have been well placed. The department has planned the following for the next five years: 1. Organizing Seminars & Conferences. 2. Establishment of Literary Association. 3. Organization of Guest Lectures 4. Extra Coaching for Research Students. 5. Paper Reading Practice for Students

noteworthy publications of the 12 . faculty, during past two years. Placement record of the past :: students and the contribution of the department to aid 13 . student placements. Plan of action of the ::

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1. Faculty profile (Supplementary Updated Information 2011-12) :: Prof. Hemant V. Misal, M.A. (Sociology) Prof Dipali Ulhe M.A .M.Phil. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Student Profile :: Changes made in the courses :: or programmes Trends in the success and :: drop out rates Learning resources of the :: departments Modern teaching methods :: Prof Archana Barange M.A. 12th Passed. Mostly from semi urban areas. 2008, 2009 & 2010 The Success rate of students is on increase. However, drop out rates needs to be arrested. Class Room, Library & Internet Use of ICT in teaching is restricted to the syllabus. Full participation of Teachers throughout session in academic and personal counseling The department organized 01 State Level Seminar on 11th Feb. 2011.

practiced and use of ICT Participation of teachers in :: academic and personal

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Teachers are fully devoted to towards the academic & cultural activities of the college all the way, Nil

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International Levels and their outcome during the past two 11 . years. Priority areas for Research :: and details of the ongoing projects, important and Pursuing Research Titled Sociological Study of Kunbi in Wardha District Also doing Minor Research Project The farmers Sucide in Wardha Departments guide students about entry in various services through the regular classes conducted. 4 to 5 students during last 02 years have been well placed. The department has planned the following for the next five years: 1. Organization of Seminar 2. Visit to Various Social Institutions 3. Establishment of Social Forum.

noteworthy publications of the 12 . faculty, during past two years. Placement record of the past :: students and the contribution of the department to aid 13 . student placements. Plan of action of the ::

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1. Faculty profile (Supplementary Updated Information 2011-12) : Prof. Pramod M. Achegawe, M.A. (Pol. : Sci.), B.Ed., NET Prof Umesh Surkar MA Bed MPhil 2. 3. Student Profile : Prof Jitendra Petkar MA 12th Passed. Mostly from the semi urban areas. B.A. Part-I, II & III Syllabus Changed. The Department fully implemented the changes in the syllabus. The Success rate of students is on increase. However, drop out rates needs to be arrested. Class Room Tutorials & Library Use of ICT in teaching is restricted to the syllabus. Full participation of Teachers throughout session in academic and personal

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publications of the faculty, during 12 . past two years. Placement record of the past students : and the contribution of the : Departments guide students about entry in various services through the regular classes conducted. 4 to 5 students during last 02 years have been well placed. The department has planned the following for the next five years: 1. Conducting of Classes for Competitive Examination. 2. Organizing Seminars & Conferences. 3. Establishment of Pol. Sci. Association. 4. Conduct of Workshop at National & State Level.

department to aid student placements. 13 . Plan of action of the department for : the next five years. :

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Faculty profile Student Profile (Supplementary Updated Information 2011-12) :: Prof. K. D. Ingole, MA (Home Eco.) :: 12th Passed / B.A. Mostly from the semi urban areas. 2008, 2009 & 2010 The Success rate of students is on increase. However, drop out rates needs to be arrested. Class Room Laboratory & Library Use of ICT in teaching is restricted to the syllabus. Full participation of Teachers throughout session in academic and personal counseling at the time of admission. The department organize 01 State Level Seminar on 30th Jan. 2011

Changes made in the courses :: or programmes Trends in the success and :: drop out rates Learning resources of the :: departments Modern teaching methods ::

practiced and use of ICT Participation of teachers in :: academic and personal

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activities including teaching consultancy and research. 10 . Collaboration with other ::

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noteworthy publications of the 12 . faculty, during past two years. Placement record of the past :: students and the contribution of the department to aid 13 . student placements. Plan of action of the :: Departments guide students about entry in various services through the regular classes conducted. 4 to 5 students during last 02 years have been well placed. The department has planned the following for the next five years: 1. Formation of Bachat Gat 2. Provision of Canteen 3. Renovation of Laboratory 4. Organization of Seminar 5. Visit to places like Bakery, Textile Mill & Orphanage Age

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. (Supplementary Updated Information 2011-12) Faculty profile :: Prof. Madhuri N. Zade, M.A. (FD) Student Profile :: 12th Passed. Mostly from semi urban areas. Changes made in the courses :: In the year 2008,2009,2010 or programmes Trends in the success and :: drop out rates Learning resources of the :: departments Modern teaching methods :: The Success rate of students is on increase. However, drop out rates needs to be arrested. Laboratory, Class Room & Library Use of ICT in teaching is restricted to the syllabus. Full participation of Teachers throughout session in academic and personal counseling at the time of admission. The department conducted various workshop for fashion designing.

practiced and use of ICT Participation of teachers in :: academic and personal

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noteworthy publications of the 12 . faculty, during past two years. Placement record of the past :: students and the contribution of the department to aid 13 . student placements. Plan of action of the :: Departments guide students about entry in various services through the regular classes conducted. 4 to 5 students during last 02 years have been well placed. The department has planned the following for the next five years: 1. Organization of Fashion Show. 2. Organization of Seminar 3. Visit to the Various Places for Practical Purposes. 4. Renovation of Laboratory.

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Faculty profile (Supplementary Updated Information 2011-12) :: Shri. Mohan K. Hande, M.A. (GEO) Shri Pankaj Surjuse 12th Passed. / B.A. Mostly from semi urban areas. M.A.-I (Geo) 2010 BA (07-08) The Success rate of students is on increase. However, drop out rates needs to be arrested. Laboratory, Class Room & Library Use of ICT in teaching is restricted to the syllabus. Full participation of Teachers throughout session in academic and personal counseling The Department organized a State Level Seminar in Feb. 2010. The faculty and students were immensely benefited.

Student Profile :: Changes made in the courses :: or programmes Trends in the success and :: drop out rates Learning resources of the :: departments Modern teaching methods ::

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outcome during the past two 11 . years. Priority areas for Research :: and details of the ongoing projects, important and Pursuing Research Titled The Study of Regional Human Resources in Wardha District 1981 to 2001

noteworthy publications of the faculty, during past two 12 . years. Placement record of the past :: students and the contribution of the department to aid 13 . student placements. Plan of action of years. the :: Departments guide students about entry in various services through the regular classes conducted. 4 to 5 students during last 02 years have been well placed. The department has planned the following for the next five years: 1. Implementation of Environmental Project 2. Ensuring employability of Students in various professions. 3. Establishment of Observatory. 4. Conduct of Workshop. 5. Introduction of Post Graduate Courses in the field of GLS, RS & Cartography.

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1. 2. 3. (Supplementary Updated Information 2011-12) Faculty profile :: Dr. Prashant R. Kadwe, M.A. (His), Ph.D. Student Profile :: 12th Passed. Mostly from semi urban areas. Changes made in the courses :: The department strictly follows the syllabus or programmes 4. 5. 6. Trends in the success and :: drop out rates Learning resources of the :: departments Modern teaching methods :: framed by the affiliating university. The syllabus of the BA Part I,II & Final is changed . The Success rate of students is on increase. However, drop out rates needs to be arrested. Class Room & Library The department adopts modern methods of teaching and the students are encouraged to take part in group discussions, seminars on selected topics within the syllabus. The faculties have acquired enough computer skills to teach ICT in teaching/learning. LCD projector is being used in class room teaching. Use of ICT in teaching is 7. Participation of teachers in :: academic 8. and personal restricted to the syllabus. Full participation of Teachers throughout session in academic and personal counseling The faculty development programs are oragsnied from time to time to upgrade the knowledge of the staff.The department organized 01 State Level

practiced and use of ICT

counseling of students. Details of faculty development :: programmes & teachers

benefited during last 02 years

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Seminar in Feb. 2010 9. Participation / contribution of :: teachers to the academic Nil activities including teaching 10 . consultancy and research. Collaboration with other :: departments / institutions, at the State, National and Nil International Levels and their outcome during the past two 11 . years. Priority areas for Research :: Minor Research Project 01 and details of the ongoing Gandhian Thought & Importance of Sewagram projects, important and Ashram noteworthy publications of the UGC Funding Amount sanctioned of Rs. 60,000/ 12 . faculty, during past two years. Placement record of the past :: students and the contribution of the department to aid 13 . student placements. Plan of action of the :: After BA, students generally opt for higher education like MA or opting for competitive examinations. The department has guided and well placed sufficient number of students. The department has planned the following for the next five years: 1. Use of ICT enabled classroom teaching. 2. Use of virtual classroom.
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3. Collection of historical objects for the purpose of dept. 4. Organization of Seminar. 5. Organization of Workshop.

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C. Evaluative Report of the Department ECONOMICS


1. 2. 3. (Supplementary Updated Information 2011-12) Faculty profile :: Dr. P. R. Bhoyar, MA (ECO), Ph.D. Student Profile :: 12th Passed. Mostly from semi urban areas. Changes made in the courses :: The department strictly follows the syllabus or programmes 4. 5. 6. Trends in the success and :: dropout rates Learning resources of the :: departments Modern teaching methods :: framed by the affiliating university. The syllabus of the BA Part I, II & Final is changed. The Success rate of students is on increase. However, dropout rates needs to be arrested. Class Room & Library The department adopts modern methods of teaching and the students are encouraged to take part in group discussions, seminars on selected topics within the syllabus. The faculties have acquired enough computer skills to teach ICT in teaching/learning. LCD projector is being used in class room teaching. Use of ICT in teaching is 7. Participation of teachers in :: academic 8. and personal restricted to the syllabus. Full participation of Teachers throughout session in academic and personal counseling The faculty development programs are oragsnied from time to time to upgrade the knowledge of the staff. The department organized 01 State

practiced and use of ICT

counseling of students. Details of faculty development :: programmes & teachers

benefited during last 02 years

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Level Seminar in 11th February 2011. 9. Participation / contribution of :: teachers to the academic Nil activities including teaching 10 . consultancy and research. Collaboration with other :: departments / institutions, at the State, National and Nil International Levels and their outcome during the past two 11 . years. Priority areas for Research :: and details of the ongoing projects, important and Nil

noteworthy publications of the faculty, during past two years.

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Placement record of the past :: students and the contribution of the department to aid

After BA, students generally opt for higher education like MA or opting for competitive examinations. The department has guided and well placed sufficient number of students. The department has planned the following for the next five years:
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student placements. Plan of action

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the ::

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1. Use of ICT enabled classroom teaching. 2. Use of virtual classroom. 3. Organization of Seminar. 4. Organization of Workshop.

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C. Evaluative Report of the Department PSYCHOLOGY


1. 2. 3. (Supplementary Updated Information 2011-12) Faculty profile :: Shri. Ajaykumar M. Paliwal, M.A., M.Phil. (Psy) Student Profile :: 12th Passed. Mostly from the semi urban areas. Changes made in the courses :: B.A. Part-I & II Syllabus Changed or programmes 4. 5. 6. 7. Trends in the success and :: drop out rates Learning resources of the :: departments Modern teaching methods :: The Department fully implemented the changes in the syllabus. The Success rate of students is on increase. However, drop out rates needs to be arrested. Laboratory, Class Room & Library Use of ICT in teaching is restricted to the syllabus. Full participation of Teachers throughout session in academic and personal counseling Meditation Camp & Mnemonics Workshop was organized and the faculty was immensely beneficiated. The department conducts counseling for mentally retarded children in the nearby area of Sewagram.

practiced and use of ICT Participation of teachers in :: academic and personal

8.

counseling of students. Details of faculty development :: programmes & teachers

9.

benefited during last 02 years Participation / contribution of :: teachers to the academic

activities including teaching 10 . consultancy and research. Collaboration with other :: departments / institutions, at the State, National and Nil

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outcome during the past two 11 . years. Priority areas for Research :: and details of the ongoing projects, important and Nil

noteworthy publications of the 12 . faculty, during past two years. Placement record of the past :: students and the contribution of the department to aid 13 . student placements. Plan of action of the :: Departments guide students about entry in various services through the regular classes conducted. 4 to 5 students during last 02 years have been well placed. The department has planned the following for the next five years: 1. Counseling the students for Personality

department for the next five years.

Development. 2. Counseling for Child Stress 3. Organization of Camp for Mental Health. 4. Conduct of Classes for Relaxation Therapy. 5. Organization of Seminar & Conferences

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C. Evaluative Report of the Department Social Work


1. Faculty profile (Supplementary Updated Information) :: Prof. Darshan P. Dongre (M.S.W.) Prof. Ram G. Sonwane (M.A., M.S.W.) Prof. Rashmi B. Lihitkar (M.S.W.) Prof. Lina V. Pusdekar (M.A., M.S.W.) Prof. Suvarna M. Meghe (M.S.W.) 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Student Profile :: Prof. Shrikant D. Khandare (M.S.W.) B.A. passed. Mostly students other state and districts. Changes made in the courses :: or programmes Trends in the success and :: dropout rates Learning resources of the :: departments Modern teaching methods :: Nil The Success rate of students is on increase. However, dropout rates needs to be arrested. Class Room, Tutorial & Library Use of ICT in teaching is restricted to the syllabus. Full participation of Teachers throughout session in academic and personal counseling The department conducted various Workshop and Projects for benefit of Teachers and Students. The teacher contribute to the academic activities through various programmes like organization of camp, workshop, seminars, assignment, paper

practiced and use of ICT Participation of teachers in :: academic and personal

8.

counseling of students. Details of faculty development :: programmes & teachers

9.

benefited during last 02 years Participation / contribution of :: teachers to the academic

activities including teaching

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consultancy and research. Collaboration with other :: departments / institutions, at the State, National and

reading and extra curriculum activities. The department collaborates with NGOs and other Social Organizations in the nearby areas to carry out their activities.

International Levels and their outcome during the past two 11 . years. Priority areas for Research :: and details of the ongoing projects, important and Nil

noteworthy publications of the 12 . faculty, during past two years. Placement record of the past :: students and the contribution of the department to aid student placements. The following students were suitably placed:1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Manoj Sahare Ananda Shinde Vijay Pachare Rupesh Fuse Satish Ingole

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Plan

of

action

of

the ::

1. To arrange National Seminars 2. Orientation Programme on Research by Resource Persons 3. Involvement of students for paper presentation 4. Awareness by students in different programs

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5. Participation in State Level Competitions.

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C. Evaluative Report of the Department

Library & Information Science


1. Faculty profile (Supplementary Updated Information) :: Prof. Parmod Tadas Prof. Harshda Mohod Prof. Vilas D. Raut Prof. Ranjana Kolankar 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Student Profile :: Changes made in the courses :: or programmes Trends in the success and :: dropout rates Learning resources of the :: departments Modern teaching methods :: Prof. Pragati Thakre 12th passed. Mostly from semi urban areas. Nil The Success rate of students is on increase. However, dropout rates needs to be arrested. Class Room & Library Use of ICT in teaching is restricted to the syllabus. Full participation of Teachers throughout session in academic and personal counseling

practiced and use of ICT Participation of teachers in :: academic and personal

8.

counseling of students. Details of faculty development :: programmes & teachers

The department organized 01 National Level Seminar on 06st Feb. 2011

9.

benefited during last 02 years Participation / contribution of :: teachers to the academic

Nil activities including teaching 10 consultancy and research. Collaboration with other ::
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departments / institutions, at the State, National and

International Levels and their outcome during the past two 11 . years. Priority areas for Research :: and details of the ongoing projects, important and Dr. Sunil Urkudkar published 03 books on Library & Information Science

noteworthy publications of the 12 . faculty, during past two years. Placement record of the past :: students and the contribution of the department to aid student placements. The following students were suitably placed:1. Suraj Madavi, Govt Dist. Lib,Wardha 2. Atul Sidurkar, Yeshwant Maha.

Wardha 3. Pravin Patil , National Library, Kaktia

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Plan

of

action

of

the ::

1. Organization of conference and workshop on State Level. 2. Establishment of Computerized Library. 3. Online public access catalogue services to the users. 4. Provision for E Journal. 5. Provision for user orientation programme

department for the next five years.

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for students.

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C. Evaluative Report of the Department COMMERCE


(Supplementary Updated Information) 1. Faculty profile :: The department has 12 Full time Lecturers to adequate the workload of B.Com and B.Com (CA), BBA & MCM. All lecturers are qualified, motivated and raring to go. Head of the Dept : Prof Mohan Savade (MBA,MCM, Pursuing PhD) Prof Arvind Drone (M.Com MPhil)
Prof.Bhaskar Ghaisas(M.Com,MPhil. Pursuing PhD)

2.

Student Profile

::

Basically the college is situated in the rural area the students come from the surrounding villages. They are all economically socially backward and most of them depend on the welfare scholarships given by the government. According to the merit and reservation policy they will be given admission into B.Com or B.Com (CA), BBA & MCM. English

3.

Changes made in the courses or :: programmes

language proficiency of students is very low. The department strictly follows the syllabus framed by the affiliating university. The syllabus of the B.Com. (Computer

4.

Trends

in

the

success

and ::

Application) was changed in the year 2009. The success rate of the students is on increase.

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dropout rates 5. Learning resources of the ::

However the dropout rates needs to be arrested. There is a Computer Lab of 30 computers with suitable modern technological softwares. and hardware.. In addition to the above, LCD facility is also available for the overall usage

departments

6.

Modern

teaching

methods ::

of the department. The department adopts modern methods of teaching and the students are encouraged to take part in group discussions, seminars on selected topics within the syllabus. The faculties have acquired enough computer skills to teach ICT in teaching/learning. LCD projector is being used in class room

practiced and use of ICT

7.

Participation academic

of and

teachers

in ::

teaching. The faculties counsel the students through ward system once in a month. Besides Remedial classes for slow learners are also conducted.

personal

counseling of students.

8.

Details of faculty development :: programmes & teachers

Faculty members attend in house faculty development programs and are also deputed to various national/international seminars,

benefited during last 02 years

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symposium, conferences and workshops to 9. Participation / contribution of :: teachers activities to the academic teaching upgrade their knowledge. Faculty members participate and present papers in national seminars; deliver guest lecturers in surrounding colleges and also run consultancy related to the Income Tax filling other :: guidance etc.. The department has done noteworthy work by arranging Entrepreneurial Development

including

consultancy and research. 10 . Collaboration with

departments / institutions, at the State, National and International Levels and their outcome during the past two years.

programs in association with Micro Small & Medium Enterprise (MSME). Government of India. It is an apex body and a nodal agency for formulating, coordinating and monitoring the policies and programmes for promotion and development of Micro Small & Medium Enterprise (MSME) and thus motivated

prospective and existing entrepreneurs for promotion and development of MSME sectors. Each year these kinds of programs are arranged to groom the budding entrepreneur.

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Priority areas for Research and :: details of the ongoing projects, important publications and of noteworthy the faculty, Nil

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during past two years. Placement record of the past :: students and the contribution of the department to aid student placements.

Accounting package course (Tally) has been conducted for the students of commerce for securing jobs in accountant firms and some small nearby companies. After completion of UG courses most of the students have joined in professional courses like MCM, MBA, and

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Plan of action of the department :: for the next five years.

M.Com 1. Use of audio visual aids (Projector) LCD for Teachers, OHP for Students in daily basis in classroom teaching. 2. To conduct a National seminar. 3. All faculty members to apply for major and minor research projects. 4. Establishment of departmental library with recent books on Commerce.

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C. Evaluative Report of the Department Computer Science


(Supplementary Updated Information) 1. Faculty profile :: The department of Computer Science, began in 2001, with Bachelor of Computer Application Course (BCA) which deals with Computer software and Hardware . Later we have also started BSc (Information Technology) and Job oriented Diploma in Hardware and Networking Technology

(DHNT) course. Recently on the request of students we have introduced MSc (Computer Science) course. 11 Full time members assist in sharing the work load of all courses under dept of Computer Science Head of the Dept : Mrs Revati Bange (MCM,, Pursuing PhD.) Ms. Swati Lambat ( MCA) 2. Student Profile :: Mr . Mithilesh Wasu (MCA) Most of the students are from socially, economically weaker sections with a rural back ground. The entry level competencies are
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moderate,

but

their

English

language

proficiency is poor. The teachers take every effort to upgrade their competency level in the 3. Changes made in the courses :: or programmes initial stages of learning. The department strictly follows the affiliating university framed syllabus, and plays a small role in this process apart from representing suggestions through Board of studies

members. The syllabus of DHNT course was 4. Trends in the success and :: dropout rates revised in the year 2008. The department has achieved consistently good results and the success rate of students in the university examination is an average of 5. Learning resources of the :: departments 6. Modern teaching methods :: 20%. But the dropout rate is to be arrested. The department has a library , LCD Projector and a lab of 30 computers with internet connection. The department conducts interactive sessions and group discussions. All the faculties have expertise in computer skills to handle ICT in 7. Participation of teachers in :: academic and personal teaching/learning computer programs. The faculties counsel the students through ward system. Conduct remedial classes for slow learners. There are no permanent faculty members in the
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counseling of students. 8. Details of faculty ::

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development programmes & teachers benefited during last 02 years 9. Participation / contribution of :: teachers to the academic

department, still faculty development programs are arranged to keep them abreast with the latest teaching methodologies The faculty members of the department are actively engaged in UG teaching.

activities including teaching 10 . consultancy and research. Collaboration with other :: departments / institutions, at the State, National and Nil

International Levels and their outcome during the past two 11 . years. Priority areas for Research :: and details of the ongoing projects, important and

noteworthy publications of the faculty, during past two 12 . years. Placement record of the past :: students and the contribution of the department to aid student placements. 13 Plan of action of the ::

Nil

The placement cell of the college has the record of placement details of the students. The faculty of the department has been guiding the students about various avenues for job opportunities. 1. Initiation of outreach programs To

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department for the next five years.

adopt few village schools to expose school children for computers and internet. 2. Organize National

Conferences/workshops. 3. Development of strong network with

other IT professional training institutes to improve the job prospects for students. 4. Establishment of departmental library

with recent books on Computer Science. 5. Use of audio visual aids (Projector)

LCD for Teachers, OHP for Students in daily basis in classroom teaching.

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C. Evaluative Report of the Department Biotechnology


(Supplementary Updated Information) 1. 2. Faculty profile Student Profile :: :: Prof. S. Petare, M.Sc. Prof. C. B. Shende, M.Sc. For B.Sc. XII Science Passed Semi Urban students For M.Sc. -- Graduate In Life Science semi urban 3. 4. 5. Changes made in the courses :: or programmes Trends in the success and :: drop out rates Learning resources of the :: departments 6. 7. Modern teaching methods :: students B.Sc. last update in session 2011-2012 M.Sc. Currently update in 2012-2013 Success rate in on Increasing ; Drop out ratio need to be arrest Effective Use of ICTs, LCD, OHP, E- resources Slide shows, Animations, Guest Talks, with well equipped Laboratories and library. Workshops, PPT Presentations Audio visual Aids, Field Visits and tour Seminars etc. Faculty Members steer students Placement Trainings, Personal Deveplomen, Competetive Examinations. Department development Organizes Programmes Periodic and Short Faculty Term

practiced and use of ICT Participation of teachers in :: academic and personal

counseling of students. 8. Details of faculty development :: programmes 9. & teachers

benefited during last 02 years Participation / contribution of ::

Workshops to upgrade faculties. 1. Prof.. Sandip Petare is a Consultant for

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teachers

to

the

academic

Matoshri Agro Farm Umari (M) Wardha from Last Two years. 2. Prof. C.B. Shende is Cosultant For Jai Hanuman Plant Tissue Culture Laboratory, Akot, Akola.

activities including teaching consultancy and research.

10 .

Collaboration

with

other ::

departments / institutions, at the State, National and Nil International Levels and their outcome during the past two

11 .

years. Priority areas for Research :: and details of the ongoing projects, important and

Total

03

Publicatiions

and

02

are

in

Communication.
1.

Sneha Hande., Pravin G. Pohekar ., Sandip S. Petare., G. N. wagh. Primer designong against hook gene of Drosophila melanogaster by using bioinformatics

noteworthy publications of the faculty, during past two years.

tools. Asiatic Journal of Biotechnology Resources;2012;3(09)1204-1215


2.

Sharma R. D., Petare S., Shinde G.B., Goswami K., Reddy M.V. R. Novel drug designing rationale against Brugia malayi

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microfilariae using herbal extracts. Asian Pacific Journal Of Tropical Medicine. Volume 3 Issue 11Pages 846-850.

November 2010
3.

Sandip S. Petare., Shailesh Raut., Pohekar Pravin., Nishith Rai.,m Farhad Mollick. Sequence analysis and antigenecity

prediction of potent biological warfare agent ricin Forensic from Ricinus communis. (In

Science

International

Communication)
4.

Shende C.B., Undal V.S., Chaudhari U. S. In vitro propogation of Curculigo

orchioides Gaertn from auxillary bud. International Journal of Agricultural

Sciences Thialand In 2012


5.

Shende C.B., Gawande A. M. Chaudhari U.S. In vitro propogation of Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni a wild medicinal plant. International Journal of Agicultural and

food sciecce technology, New Delhi.(In

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Communication)

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Placement record of the past :: students and the contribution of the department to aid

Faculty Members aware studets about training Programmes, Workshops, and Opportunities.

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student placements. Plan of action of

the ::

Department intends to Established full fledged Laboratories in Biotech to conduct research Project

department for the next five years.

To Construct Seminar Hall with Audio Visual Systems

To Conducts Workshops in Molecular Biology, BioInformatics

Desire to Subscribe Scientic Journals Do do Tie Up with Placement agencies

C. Evaluative Report of the Department Microbiology


(Supplementary Updated Information)

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::

Prof. Vaibhavi P. Ughade, M.Sc. ( Micro), B.Ed, Ph.D (Persuing) Prof. Swati P. Lende, M.Sc. ( Micro),B.Ed.

2 3 4 5

Student profile

::

Prof. Anuja R. Dhok M.Sc. (Micro) For UGFor B.Sc for XII Science Pass Students from semi urban Up date the syllabus for last time in 2011-2012 Success rate in on Increasing ; Drop out ratio need to be arrested Effective Use of ICT, LCD, OHP ,Slide show , Eresources, Guest Talks , Seminar etc. with well

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Changes made in Courses :: or Programmes Trends in the Success and :: Drop Out rate Learning Resources of the :: Department

Modern Methods,

Teaching :: Practiced and

equipped Laboratories and Library, Class rooms. Workshop,PPT Presentation ,Audio visual Aids actively used by faculty members Faculty Members steer students Placement

use of ICT Participation of teachers in :: Academic and Personal

Trainings, Personal Deveploment, Competetive Examinations. Department Organizes development Programmes Periodic and Short Faculty Term

Counselling of Students Details Of Faculty :: deveploment programmes and teachers benefited / ::

Workshops to upgrade faculties. Prof. Mrs. Vaibhavi P. Ughade, is Working as Consultant For Center for Bee developement Nalwadi, Wardha

during last two years Participation

Contribution Of Teachers to Academic Activities teaching,

including 10

Consultacy and Research Collaboratio with other :: Departments/ Institutions, At Tamasoma Jyotigamaya State, National and
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C. Evaluative Report of the Department Chemistry


(Supplementary Updated Information)

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::

Prof. Tejaswini B Ingole, M.Sc, (Chemistry) B.Ed,D.P.B.M.

2 3 4 5

Student profile

::

Prof. Rashmi R Bhomle (M.Sc,B.Ed) For 234 UGFor B.Sc for XII Science Pass Students from semi urbun Up date the syllabus for last time in 2011-2012 Success rate in on Increasing ; Drop out ratio need to be arrest Effective Use of ICT, LCD, OHP ,Slide show ,Guest Talks , Seminar etc. with well equipped Laboratories and Library, Class rooms. ,Workshop,PPT Presentation ,Audio visual Aids actively used by faculty members Faculty Members steer students Trainings, Personal Deveplomen, Placement Competetive

Changes made in Courses or :: Programmes Trends in the Success and :: Drop Out rate Learning Resources of the :: Department

6 7

Modern Teaching Methods, :: Practiced and use of ICT Participation of teachers in :: Academic and Personal

Counselling of Students Details Of Faculty :: deveploment and teachers programmes benefited

Examinations. Department Organizes Periodic Faculty development Programmes and Short Term Workshops to upgrade faculties. Prof.Tejaswini B Ingole, is Working as Consultant For Indraprastha Power Plant, Bhugaon, Wardha from August 2012 LLoyds Nagr

during last two years Participation / Contribution :: Of Teachers to Academic Activities teaching, including Consultacy with and other ::

10

Research Collaboratio

Departments/ Institutions, At State, National Levels and Nil International and


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C. Evaluative Report of the Department PHYSICAL EDUCATION


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Learning resources of the departments 6. 7. : Modern teaching methods practiced : In house and Out side coaching Camps and use of ICT : Participation of teachers in academic : and personal counseling of students. 8. Details of faculty & : Full participation of Teachers (Supplementary Updated Information 2011-12) : Faculty profile Prof. Madan Ingle, M.Com., M.P.Ed. : : Student Profile 12th Passed : Changes made in the courses or : Nil programmes : Trends in the success and drop out : Satisfactory rates : : Playground

throughout session in academic and personal counseling Department organize 01 State Level Seminar on 04th Feb. 2011.

development : benefited :

programmes 9.

teachers

during last 02 years Participation / contribution of teachers : to the academic activities including : teaching consultancy and research. Nil

10 .

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International Levels and their outcome 11 . during the past two years. Priority areas for Research and details : of the ongoing projects, important and : noteworthy publications of the faculty, during past two years. 12 . Placement record of the past students : and the contribution of the department : to aid student placements. Faculty pursuing Research Work titled COMPARATIVE STUDY OF

SELECTED TRADES OF

PSYCHOLOGICAL BASKETBALL &

VOLLEYBALL MEN PLAYERS The following candidates joined the Maharashtra State Police Department through Sports Quota 1) Ku. Seema Lokhande 2) Ku. Jayshree Naik 3) Mr. Akshay Raut

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Plan of action of the department for the : next five years. :

4) Mr. Prakash Zade The department has planned the following for the next five years: 1. Organizing of Coaching Camps. 2. Holding of Inter Collegiate

Tournaments 3. Organizing State Level Seminar. 4. Holding Inter Club Tournament

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D. Declaration by the Head of the Institution

I certify that the data included in this Updated Report (UR) is true to the best of my knowledge. This UR is prepared by the institution after internal discussions and no part thereof has been outsourced. I am aware that the Peer Team will validate the information provided in this UR during the Peer Team visit.

Seal:

Place : WARDHA Date : 12th Nov. 2012

(Prof. Dr. P. R. Bhoyar) Signature of the Head of the institution

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