AQAR 2010 to 2012

ANNUALQUALITYASSURANCEREPORT(AQAR)

Submitted

to

NationalAssessmentandAccreditationCouncil(NAAC)

by

Arts, Commerce & Science College(Affiliated)

(Accrditated byNAACwith‘C++’GradewithaCGPAof67.23)

Shankarnagar, Maharashtra

April-2014

2.Details of the Institution

Part–A

Arts, Commerce & Science College, ShankarnagarTq. Biloli Dist. Nanded Maharashtra

Name oftheHead oftheInstitution: Dr. Vijaykumar Patil

Tel. No. with STD Code: 024622267116

Mobile: 09423306190

Name oftheIQAC Coordinator: Dr. Jayant S. Cherekar

Mobile:  9423306171

IQACe-mail address: iqacacs112@gmail.com

1.3 NAAC TrackID   MHCOGN11815

1.4 NAACExecutiveCommitteeNo. &Date:EC/33/395/112 dated 10.04.2011

1.5 Websiteaddress:

http://www.acsshankarnagar.org/AQAR2010-11

 

 

Web-link ofthe AQAR: www.acsshankarnagar.org/AQAR2010-11

1.6 Accreditation Details

Sl.No.

Cycle

Grade

CGPA

Year of Accreditation

ValidityPeriod

1

1stCycle

C++

67.25%

2004

2004—2010

1.7 Date ofEstablishment ofIQAC: 16.07.2006

1.8 AQARfortheyear                             2010—2011

1.9 Details of the previousyear‘s AQARsubmitted to NAACafter the latest Assessment and AccreditationbyNAAC     -.

1.10Institutional Status

University                                 State     √     Central            Deemed           Private

Affiliated College                     Yes      √          No

Constituent College                  Yes                No         √

Autonomous college ofUGC    Yes             No     √

RegulatoryAgencyapprovedInstitution      Yes                 No     √             

(eg. AICTE, BCI, MCI, PCI, NCI)

TypeofInstitution   Co-education        Men            Women

Urban      Rural     √    Tribal

Financial Status            Grant-in-aid     √       UGC 2(f)    √       UGC 12B   √

Grant-in-aid+Self Financing       TotallySelf-financing

1.11 Typeof Faculty/Programme

Arts               √

                    Science          √

                   Commerce     √

Law         PEI(Phys Edu)

TEI(Edu)        Engineering          Health Science              Management    

Others   (Specify)

1.12 Name oftheAffiliating University :-Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University

1.13 Special status conferred byCentral/State Government--UGC/CSIR/DST/DBT/ICMRetc

AutonomybyState/Central Govt. /University :-No

Universitywith Potential forExcellence                     No            UGC-CPE       Yes

DST StarScheme     No                                     UGC-CE

UGC-Special AssistanceProgramme                     No

DST-FIST                    UGC-InnovativePGprogrammes                                         Anyother (Specify)

UGC-COP Programmes

2. IQACComposition andActivities

2.1 No. ofTeachers                                                         09

2.2 No. ofAdministrative/Technicalstaff                            03

2.3 No. ofstudents                                                           -

2.4 No. ofManagement representatives                           02

2.5 No. ofAlumni                                                           01

2. 6  No. ofanyotherstakeholderand

communityrepresentatives

2.7 No. ofEmployers/Industrialists                                 01

2.8  No. ofotherExternal Experts                                   01

2.9 Total No. ofmembers                                              16

2.10 No. ofIQAC meetings held:                                   04

2.11 No. ofmeetings withvarious stakeholders:    No.      02              Faculty     02

Non-TeachingStaff& Students        2       Alumni   -            Others   -

2.12 HasIQAC receivedanyfunding from UGC during theyear?  Yes      √            No    

Ifyes, mention the amount       No

2.13 Seminars and Conferences(onlyqualityrelated)

(i)No. ofSeminars/Conferences/ Workshops/Symposia organized bytheIQAC

Total Nos.   0        International    -       National   -       State     -       Institution Level   -     

(ii) Themes     -

2.14 Significantactivities andcontributions madebyIQAC

§   Student Feedback on Teachers was conducted onApril 2011.

§   IQACmotivatedresearchpublicationandmotivated the faculty to undertake Major/Minor Research Projects.

§  Principal,IQACCoordinatorandUGC Coordinator,wasconstituted.Theacademicaudit was held from February toMarch2011.

§  Various curricular and co-curricular activities were arranged with the help of the Faculty, NSS Unit and Cultural Department.

§   IQAC motivated the faculty to adopt student-centric approach, so as to involve the students in the learningprocess.

§   IQAC advised the teaching faculty to have informal discussions with the alumni and the parents.

2.15Plan of Action byIQAC/Outcome

TheplanofactionchalkedoutbytheIQACinthebeginningoftheyeartowardsquality enhancement and the outcome achieved bytheend of theyear.

PART A The plan of action chalked out by the IQAC in the beginning of the year towards quality enhancement and the outcome achieved by the end of the year.

PART A 

Plan of Action

Achievements

Preparation of Vision Document

Vision Document-2020 was prepared as per the NAAC suggestions.

Research oriented approach

The faculty was advised to follow research oriented approach. As a part of it the faculty presented research papers in Seminars, Conferences and Research Journals. Some of the faculty members undertook Minor Research Projects.

Proposal for introducing Remedial Teaching

The College forwarded a proposal to UGC for introducing Remedial Teaching Course for the students from different categories.

Introduction of Competitive Examination Cell.

The College inaugurated Competitive Examination Cell. The Committee decided to arrange competitive examinations twice in a year.

            * Attach the Academic Calendar of the year as Annexure.

2.15 Whetherthe AQARwas placed in statutorybody:         Yes

Management     √            Syndicate              Anyother body

Providethe details of theaction taken

# The Management suggested improvement in all the quality aspects of the college level activities for the overall personality development of the students.

# The Management assured to provide adequate infrastructural facilities as per the NAAC suggestions.

# The Management suggested forming “Vision Document-2020”   as per the suggestions of NAAC Committee.

# The Management suggested the Coordinating committee to include a student in the Coordinating committee to have transparency in the institutional approach.

Part–B

Criterion–I

1.CurricularAspects

1.1 Details about AcademicProgrammes

 

Level of the

Programme

Numberof existing Programmes

Number of

programmes added during the year

Number of self-financing programmes

Number ofvalue

added / Career Oriented programmes

PhD

0

Nil

Nil

Nil

PG

0

Nil

Nil

Nil

UG

03

Nil

Nil

Nil

PG Diploma

0

Nil

Nil

Nil

Advanced

Diploma

           0

Nil

Nil

Nil

Diploma

 

 Nil

Nil

Nil

Certificate

0

Nil

Nil

Nil

Others – M.Phil.

 

Nil

Nil

Nil

Total

03

 Nil

Nil

Nil

1.2   (i) Flexibilityof theCurriculum: CBCS/Core/Electiveoption / Open options

(ii) Pattern of programmes:

                                           

Pattern

Programmes

Semester

03

Trimester

00

Annual

00

1.3 Feedbackfrom stakeholders* Alumni      √       Parents  (Onallaspects)

Employers   √          Students   √
Mode offeedback:  Online   √
Manual   √

Co-operating schools (for PEI)

1.4 Whetherthereis anyrevision/updateof regulation orsyllabi, ifyes, mention theirsalient aspects.

Revision was madein UG Firstyear syllabus in order to includetheory+ MCQ pattern.

1.5 Anynew Department/Centreintroduced during theyear.Ifyes, givedetails.  Nil

Criterion–II

2.Teaching,LearningandEvaluation

Total

Asst. Professors

Associate Professors

Professors

Others

32

20

11

        01

 

2.1 Total No. of permanent faculty

2.2 No. ofpermanent facultywith Ph.D.       17

2.3 No. ofFacultyPositions Recruited (R)andVacant(V) during theyear

Asst.

Professors

Associate

Professors

Professors

Others

Total

R

V

R

V

R

V

R

V

R

V

1

2

--

--

--

--

--

--

1

2

2.4 No. ofGuestandVisitingfacultyandTemporaryfaculty

2.5 Facultyparticipationinconferencesand symposia: -                   5


No. ofFaculty

Internationallevel

National level

State level

Attended Seminars/Conferences

          04

16

08

Presented papers

            01

06

-l

ResourcePersons

-

-

01

2.6 Innovative processesadoptedbythe institutionin Teachingand Learning:

Students were given knowledge about the general knowledge and the approach the students have to follow to achieve success in the various competitive examinations.

Student-centeredteachingstrategieswereintroduced.     185

    2.7   TotalNo.ofactual teachingdays duringthisacademicyear  

2.8   Examination/EvaluationReformsinitiated by  the Institution(forexample:Open BookExamination, BarCoding, Double Valuation, Photocopy, OnlineMultipleChoiceQuestions)    

Double Valuation

2.9   No. offacultymembers involved incurriculum restructuring/revision/syllabusdevelopment asmemberof

         Board ofStudy/Faculty/ CurriculumDevelopment workshop  - 04

2.10 Average percentage ofattendanceofstudents  - 76%

Details ofsemesterresults: Course wise result B. A., B. Com., B.Sc. 2010-11


Course

2011-12

 

T

A

P

%

B. A.-I

40

27

13

48.14

B. A.-II

29

28

22

92.85

B. A.-III

12

11

08

72.72

B. Com. -I

12

11

09

81.81

B. Com. -II

15

14

14

100

B. Com. -III

11

11

06

54.54

B. Sc.-I

22

15

11

73.33

B. Sc.-II

12

12

03

25

B. Sc.III

12

12

07

58.33

2.12 HowdoesIQACContribute/Monitor/EvaluatetheTeaching&Learningprocesses:

# Byconductingacademic auditthrough interaction with Departments

# Bysuggestingtoconductremedialprogrammes.2.13 Initiativesundertakentowards facultydevelopment

Faculty/StaffDevelopmentProgrammes

Numberoffacultybenefitted

Refreshercourses

02

UGC– Faculty ImprovementProgramme

-

HRDprogrammes

-

Orientationprogrammes

00

Facultyexchange programme

-

Stafftrainingconducted bythe university

-

Stafftrainingconducted byotherinstitutions

-

Summer/Winterschools, Workshops,etc.

23

Others

02

2.14 Details ofAdministrativeand Technicalstaff

Category

 

Numberof Permanent Employees

Numberof Vacant Positions during theYear

Numberof permanent positions filled

Numberof positions filled temporarily

AdministrativeStaff

32

02

00

01

TechnicalStaff

 

00

00

00

00


Criterion–III

3.Research,ConsultancyandExtension

3.1 Initiativesofthe IQACinSensitizing/PromotingResearch Climatein the institution

·          Dr. A. C. Sonkamble published a research paper on The Role of e-government in Public

·         Administration in Nirantar Shikshan Dhara  Akshar Bharat- Special Issue on International

·         Education Day

·       Dr. N.M. Dhekle published two text books (Co-authored) for B. S.C. F. Y. students.

·          Dr. S. K. Lekhane was awarded Ph. D. in Public Administration on 29th Oct. 2010.

·          Dr. A. C. Sonkamble published a text book entitled Financial Administration & Public

                       Policy for B. A. T. Y. Students in Dec. 2010.

·         Dr. S. E. Degloorkar published a reference book entitled “ Inspirative Thoughts of

                      Swami Vivekananda’s Thoughts”on July 2010.

·          The staff is motivated to undertake Minor or Major research projects.

3.2              Detailsregardingongoingmajorprojects

 

Completed

Ongoing

Sanctioned

Submitted

Number

-

-

-

-

Outlay in Rs. Lakhs

-

-

-

-

3.3. Minor research projects

 

Completed

Ongoing

Sanctioned

Submitted

Number

Nil

06

01

Nil

Outlay in Rs. Lakhs

00

345,000

70000

00

3.4            Details on research publications

 

International

National

Others

Peer ReviewJournals

05

05

 

Non-Peer Review Journals

 

-

       1

e-Journals

Nil

-

 

Conferenceproceedings

02

07

 

3.5 Details onImpact factor ofpublications:

Range        0 to 0.32           Average      1            h-index – 00 No. in Scopus-00

3.6 Researchfunds sanctioned and receivedfrom various funding agencies,industryand other organizations

Nature of the Project

 

Duration

Year

Name of the

funding Agency

Total grant

sanctioned

Received

Major projects

00

00

00

00

Minor Projects

2010

UGC

415000

00

Interdisciplinary Projects

00

00

00

00

Industry sponsored

00

00

00

00

Projects sponsored by the University/ College

00

00

00

00

Students research projects (other than compulsory by the University)

00

00

00

00

Any other(Specify)

00

00

00

00

Total

00

00

415,000

00

3.7 No. ofbooks published    i) WithISBN No.      4      Chapters in Edited Books       1 

                                             ii) Without ISBNNo.             -

3.8 No. ofUniversityDepartments receiving funds from

UGC-SAP       00       CAS       00           DST-FIST   00    DBT Scheme/Funds    00

DPE             00

 3.9 For Colleges      Autonomy        00                      CPE         00       DBT Star Scheme           00

INSPIRE         00           CE         00                  Any other (specify)            00

3.10 Revenuegenerated throughconsultancy

3.11 Number of Conferences organized by the Institution:- Nil

3.12 No. offacultyservedas experts, chairpersons orresourcepersons      03

3.13 No. ofcollaborations:      International                          

3.14 No. of linkages created during thisyear   National      -    Anyother    -

3.15 Total budget forresearchforcurrentyear in lakhs :  From Funding agency        -
From Management ofCollege  00      Total    -

3.16 No. ofpatents received this Year :          

Typeof Patent

 

Number

National

Applied

0

Granted

0

International

Applied

0

Granted

 

Commercialised

Applied

 

Granted

 

  3.17 No. ofresearch awards/ recognitions received byfacultyandresearch fellows Ofthe institute in theyear

Total

International

National

State

University

District

College

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

3.18 No. offacultyfromtheInstitutionwho arePh.D. Guides       02  

and studentsregistered under the   09

3.19 No. ofPh.D. awarded byfacultyfrom theInstitution         -

3.20 No. ofResearch scholarsreceiving the Fellowships (Newlyenrolled+existing ones) JRF         0                  SRF      0            Project Fellows   0               Anyother

3.21 No. ofstudents Participated in NSSevents:  Universitylevel    03   Anyother    -           05

3.22 No. of students participated in NCC events:

Universitylevel      0      National level       0     Statelevel     0          International level    0

3.23 No. ofAwards wonin NSS:    Universitylevel       -             Statelevel

                                                       National level                     International level

3.24 No. ofAwards wonin NCC:  Universitylevel       0               Statelevel         0

                                                     National level      0                International level   0

3.25 No. ofExtension activities organized   NSS    08  

                                               Universityforum      -                Collegeforum          

                                                NCC                                         Statelevel      -

3.26 Major Activitiesduring theyear in thesphere of extensionactivities andInstitutional Social

Responsibility: Activities ofSTAND outreach programme: N. S. S. Programmes

 

S. No

 

Programmes

No. of

Programmes

No. of

Villages

Total no. of

Beneficiaries

1

Environmental Balance: A Need of the time

01

01

135

2

Sphere Harmony

          01

        01

188

3

National Integrity

          01

       01

  85

4

Goodwill Pledge

          01

       01

264

5

Aids Day

          01

        01

             125

6

Disadvantages of Smoking

          01

        01

452

7

Evil Consequences of Aids

          01

        01

245

8

World Human Rights Day

          01

        01

       535

9

Savitribai Phule Annivarssary

       01

        01

125

10

National Youth Week

         05

       01

125

11

Protection of Environment and Natural Resources

         01

       04

254

12

World Women Day

03

02

135

 

Total

22

16

2568

Criterion–IV

4.InfrastructureandLearningResources

4.1 Details of increaseininfrastructurefacilities:

Thecampusareais37834.72sq. mtsThebuildings,furnitureandequipmentsareputtooptimumuseand are available for teaching-learning process and evaluation, co-curricular, extra-curricular, andextension activities.

     Facilities

Exiting

Newly Created

Source of Fund

Total

MainBlock

06

-

-

17

Campus area

37834.72 sq. mts.

-

-

37834.72 sq. mts.

Laboratories

05

-

-

05

Seminar Halls

01

-

-

01

No. of important equipments purchased (≥1-0 lakh) during the current year

08

-

UGC-XIth Plan

08

Value of the equipment purchased during the year (Rs. In lakhs)

-

-

UGC-XIth Plan

 

TheCo-curricularactivitiesare carriedout in Seminar Hall. An open air stageis available for publicfunctions and cultural activities.

4.2 Computerization ofadministrationand library:

The office has been provided computer and the total process of the administration is computerized. It is with an intention to be in tune with the times the Management and the Administration has decided to forward a proposal for the formation of NRC. It will ultimately provide computer access to the faculty and the students. Periodicalmeasures aretaken to maintain books and journals in the libraryin good condition.

·          Thelibraryprovides open access to staffand students.

·           Atthebeginningofeverysemester,theLibrarianaddressesthestudents,explainingthe methods of

             using thelibraryresources.

·          Journals and magazines arekept in open racks.

·           Thelibrarianandtwolibraryassistantsensuretheuseandsecurityofresourcesinthe library.

4.3 Library Services

 

Existing

Newly Added

Total

 

No.

Value

No.

Value

No.

Value

Text Books & Others

9532 

12,81460      

153

28,999

9685

1310459

Reference Books

340

2,45,549

 28

6550

368

252099

e-books

00 00 00 00 00 00

Journals

 

 

 

 

 

 

e-journals

 

 

 

 

 

 

Digital database

 

 

 

 

 

 

CD & Videos

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bound Volume Periodicals

336

 

48

 

384

 

10-11

4.4 Technologyup gradation (overall)

 

Total

Computers

Computer

Labs

Internet

Browsing

Centers

Computer

Centers

Office

Departments

Existing

9

0

0

0

0

  01

15

Added

8

0

-

        -

         -

      -

      -

Total

17

0

-

-

-

-

15

4.5Computer,Internetaccess,trainingtoteachersandstudentsandanyotherprogrammefor technologyupgradation(Networking, e-Governanceetc.)

·           Some of the  faculty members used LCD projector for teaching.

·          StudentsareencouragedtomakeuseofcomputersforPowerPointPresentationsoftheir seminars and projects.

4.6  Amountspent on maintenance in lakhs :

            i)   ICT                                                 :112,650

ii)CampusInfrastructureandfacilities        : 13,315

           iii) Equipments                                       : 1,050 

           iv) Total                                                 :25,625

Criterion–V

5.StudentSupport andProgression

5.1   Contribution ofIQAC inenhancing awareness aboutStudent SupportServices

·          InternalQuality AssuranceCell(IQAC)consolidates feedback from alumnae both online and offline.

·           IQAChelpedtheStudentServiceCentretoestablishReceptioncounter forproviding information to visitors and students, Xerox facility and Phone facility. 

·          Remedialcoachingextendedtoeconomically weakerstudentsandpersonalcounseling given byCounselors andTeachers minimizedthe dropout rate in the college.

·          Project assignments wereconducted at thedepartmental level.

·          The   institution   publishes   its   updated   prospectus   and   handbooks   annually.   The informationcontentisdisseminatedtostudentsatthebeginningofevery academicyear.TheIQACcoordinatorexplainsthesalientaspectsof thevalue of quality enhancement of the students.  The N.S.S. department explainsthebenefitsofperformingextensionactivities.TheHeads ofDepartment explain thecourse material and question pattern.

5.2 Efforts madebythe institution fortracking theprogression

·         TheAlumni/aeAssociation maintains consistent correspondencewith alumni/ae.

·         TheDept. of Career Counseling Cell helps students in personalitydevelopment.

·         Competitiveexaminations taken from time to time help students get employment opportunities.

·         Everydepartment maintains a register for recording the progress of students.

5.3 (a)Total Number ofstudents:

Programme

MaleStudents

FemaleStudents

Total Numberof students

         

UG

130

 

35

 

165

PG &M.Phil.

--

--

--

--

--

Ph.D.

--

--

--

TOTAL

130

35

165

Last Year

This Year

General

SC

ST

OBC

Others

Total

 

General

SC

ST

OBC

Others

Total

 

147

99

04

22

39

311

 

84

47

01

11

22

165

 

                       Demand Ratio-1:1                               Drop out Ratio- 53.05%

5.4 Details of student support mechanismforcoaching forcompetitive examinations:

The college conducted two competitive examinations to make them aware of the increasing competition regarding the employment and the approach the student must adopt to prepare themselves for the preparation of such examinations.

Number of Beneficiaries: 125

5.5 No. ofstudents qualified inthese examinations

NET        --         SET/SLET    --                GATE      --          CAT    --

IAS/IPC etc    --            STATE PSC       --                  --               UPSC         --       Others 

5.6         No. of students benefited              30                                                                      

5.7 Details ofcampus placement

 

On campus

 

OffCampus

Numberof

OrganizationsVisited

NumberofStudents

Participated

Numberof

Students Placed

NumberofStudents

Placed

--

--

--

--

5.8 Details of gender sensitization programmes

·         Special attempts were made to make the women aware of their strength on the eve of Women’s Day. Mr. Tangalwad, department of Sociology talked in a critical manner about the problems women have to face and also made clear as to how women have to overcome such problems.

·         Women Cell celebrated World Women Day.

5.9 Students Activities

5.9.1     No. ofstudents participated in Sports, Games and otherevents:

Sports—State/University level       42         National level    0            International level        0

 Cultural:  State/University level     19           National level       0         International levels

5.9.2 No. of medals /awards won by students in Sports, Games and other events

Sports—State/University level      01          National level      --             International level

Cultural:  State/University level          02   National level      --                International level --

5.10 Scholarshipsand Financial Support

 

 

Number of

students

Amount

Financial support from institution

--

--

Financial support from government

125

325,865

Financial support from other sources

00

00

No. of Students who received National/International recognitions

00

00

 5.11    Student organized /initiatives

Fairs         : State/ Universitylevel        -           National level     -    International level

                     Exhibition: State/ Universitylevel       -  
                     National level      -     International level
5.12    No. ofsocial initiativesundertaken bythe students   07

5.13 Majorgrievances ofstudents (if any) redressed:   Nil

Criterion–VI

6.  Governance,LeadershipandManagement

6.1 Statethe Vision and Missionofthe institution

Our Vision

‘Sa Vidya ya Vimuktaye‘

It is truly said that the education that liberates is true education.

It is with this vision the Institution supports the students with Guidance, Support and Development.

* Guidance:    Thecommitment of the Godavari Manar Charitable Trust, Shankarnagar is towards

 the welfare of students from rural society. The institution aims at proper guidance as

a measure to inculcate awareness among the students about the importance of higher

education for their own personality development.

* Support:       The institution aims at providing equal opportunities and ensures support without  

Prejudice for gender, class, caste and economic status.

*Development:  The Institution aims at facilitating the students with required academic and

moral Support for fine tuning the development of the economically weaker section of the society.

OurMission

·         To encourage educational development by providing higher education facilities to the educationally and economically backward sections of rural society.

·         To establish educational institutes from preliminary to higher level wherever deemed fit.

6.2 Does theInstitutionhaveamanagementInformation System?  No

6.3 Qualityimprovementstrategies adoptedbytheinstitutionforeach of thefollowing:

6.3.1   CurriculumDevelopment

Student centric approach by means of the arrangement of student centered activities.

Efforts were taken to promote the reading habits among the students.

Completion and implementation of university curriculum in time bound manner.

6.3.2   Teaching andLearning

·         A judicious combination of traditional and student centric approach in theteaching-

·         Learningprocesshasmadestudents to be theactive participants in the classroom.

·          Apart from classroom interaction, thefollowing methods areused.

·         Meaningfullearningisinitiatedthroughguidedteachingandguidedlibraryassignments, group discussion, seminars, debates, quiz, viva, etc.

·           Co-operative learning is facilitated through project work, on-the-spot study, and NSS.

6.3.3   Examination andEvaluation

    Semester system with ContinuousInternal Assessment (CIA)is followed.

   ThePrincipalandtheHeadsofDepartmentmonitortheperformanceofthestudentsby making an analysisaftereveryinternal test and external examination.

   Theteachersmakeananalysisoftheperformanceofstudentsaftereveryinternaltest and external examinationin departmental meetings.

    TheperformanceofstudentsisanalyzedinAcademicCouncilmeetingafter the declaration of the results.

6.3.4   Research and Development

Researchisasignificantactivity ofthecollege.Duringthisacademicyeartenresearch papers were published inNationalandInternationalJournals.12papers presented in NationalSeminars andConferences.One researchscholarhas obtainedtheir Ph.D. fromthe researchcenterallotted by the University.Six faculty members are working on the minor research projects funded by UGC.Four teachers have participatedinOrientationProgrammesandRefresher Courses. FourBooks/Proceedings have been published.  Two teachers have been recognized as researchguidesby Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University andthenumberofresearchScholars allotted to them are nine.

6.3.5   Admission of Students

Studentsare selectedforadmissiononthebasisofpastacademicrecord,interviewsoracombinationofthesetwodependingonthecoursetowhichadmissionis sought.Dalits,womenstudents,poorstudentsandfirstgenerationlearnersaregivenpreference inadmission.Asthecollegeisanaidedinstitution,admission ofstudentsisdoneasper Governmentnorms.

Teaching

-

Non teaching

-

Students

-

6.4 Welfareschemes for

6.5 Total corpus fund generated    Nil

6.6 Whetherannual financialaudithas been done            Yes

6.7 WhetherAcademicand AdministrativeAudit (AAA)has been done?

AuditType                       External                                  Internal

 

Yes/No

Agency

Yes/No

Authority

Academic

 

 

Yes

Principal

Administrative

 

 

Yes

Principal

6.8 Does the Autonomous College declareresultswithin 30 days?

ForUGProgrammes       Yes       -     No       

ForPG Programmes       Yes           No

6.9   What effortsare madebythe CollegeforExamination Reforms?

·          The change in the examination pattern enabled the examination department to conduct two internal examinations in each semester. The examination department conducted the university level examinations in a smooth manner and involved the total faculty in the process.

·          The  mark  statements,  hall  tickets,  processing  of  examination  application  forms, allocation ofregister numbers andseating arrangement havebeen made in a impartial manner.

·         The examination department attempted to makethe evaluation process in a time bound manner. It also advised the faculty to maintain total transparency.  Both internalassessmentandexternalassessmentare carriedoutina systematic manner with objectivity.The teaching facultyhelpthe Controller ofExaminations ensuresecurityand confidentialityof theevaluation system.

6.10 What effortsare madebythe Universityto promote autonomyin theaffiliated/constituent colleges?

Theuniversityprovides allthe necessarysupport to thecollege.

6.11 Activities and support from the Alumni Association:

The Alumni Association provides feedback related to the facilities to be provided to the students and the action is taken accordingly to reach up to the expectations of the feedback by alumni.

6.12 Activities and support from the Parent– Teacher Association:

Parent-Teacher InformalMeetingshelptocommunicatethe parentsabout thesubjectstheirchildrenare excellingin andtheacademicprogresstheirchildrenhavemade.

6.13 Development programmes for support staff:

       Fee concessions for wards of the staff.

      Reservations of seats for wards of the Faculty.

Treatment of family members

6.14Initiatives taken bythe institutionto makethe campus eco-friendly:

·         The Management of the College makes special attempts to maintain the campus eco-friendly by means of healthy practices like environment consciousness, discipline and involvement of all the units in the process.

Criterion–VII

7.InnovationsandBest  Practices

7.1   Innovationsintroducedduringthisacademicyearwhichhavecreatedapositiveimpacton the functioning of theinstitution.

·         The College has provided free bus pass to the girl students. The main intention behind it was to increase the strength of the girl students having economically poor background.

·         The department of Public Administration and Botany participated in Avishkar Research Festival to inculcate research oriented approach among the student. It was organized by Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwad University at Manwat.

7.2 ProvidetheActionTakenReport(ATR)basedontheplanofactiondecideduponat the beginning oftheyear.

·         The students of the college were acquainted with the quality enhancement measures.           

·         Community centered activities have been taken place through N. S. S.

·         Informal discussion with the parents and the alumni of the college.

7.3 Give two Best Practices of the Institution:

Best Practices-I

Best Practice-I-Planning of IQAC through Proper Coordination.

Goal: To develop an action plan for the quality enhancement methods to be applied for the Institutional Improvement. The institution aims at interaction with the students, alumni, parents to assess and extract suggestions/recommendations in the important areas like the academic development of the students, so as to make them the better citizens of the world. It also aims to provide optimum infrastructural facilities by means of Vision Document-2020, to achieve the objectives of IQAC.

The Context: At an institutional level, it is necessary to create a positive attitude and approach, motivating and providing support to departments for organizing co-curricular, extra-curricular activities, promoting research culture, promoting teachers to attend Workshops, Seminars and Conferences and motivating them to undertake Major/Minor research projects. This will ultimately be helpful for the teachers for promoting the students to learn beyond the classroom activities. The entire activity is a participatory approach and it can be achieved through proper coordination.

The Practice: The proper coordination requires distribution of work to the teaching faculty. It is keeping in mind the IQAC parameters; the work distribution requires coordinated efforts on the part of the coordinating members and the faculty working in their capacity on the different committees. Besides these, the other staff members are also the part and parcel of the process and therefore having proper coordination among all these ultimately yield better fruit regarding the upliftment of the institutional grade. The IQAC coordinating committee intends to provide the staff members regarding the importance of best practices so as to achieve the target. Some of these include:

i)                    Information regarding Major/Minor Research Projects.

ii)                  Efforts were made to motivate the faculty to participate in various Seminars, Conferences at National and International levels.

iii)                Motivation to the faculty regarding Research Paper publications in reputed Journals.

iv)                Facilitating student oriented approach.

Evidence of Success: The efforts on the part of IQAC ultimately resulted in better research output. The result is that the seven of the staff members have completed and submitted Minor Research Projects; most of the faculty members participated in Workshops, Seminars and Conferences and also presented research papers. Some of the faculty members have published research papers in Journals and have also published books. Almost all the teachers have realized the importance of research oriented activities and some of the staff members have presented their research proposals and some are working on the Ph. D. in their respective disciplines.

Problems encountered and Resources required: i) Nonavailability of PG courses, ii) Rural area location, iii) Net connectivity problem these are some of the major problems. Besides these the attitudinal change among the faculty members requires both inspiration and perspiration. Some of the typical problems encountered by the IQAC are given below.

·         Drawing out by strategic approach to create work culture.

·         Work beyond university and institutional responsibilities create an element of resentment.

·         Positive approach in the entire academic and research oriented activities may eliminate this problem.

·         Demands from the students and staff for improved infrastructure.

7.4 Contribution to environmental awareness / protection

College is creating awareness among students in energy conservation programs like Tree Plantation, College campus cleanliness, Smoking Prohibition,Anti-superstition, AIDS awareness, National integrity, arrangement of programmes on the eve of Savitribai Puhle anniversary, arrangement of Health Awareness programme.

7.5  Whetherenvironmental auditwas conducted?          Yes              No 

7.6 Anyother relevant information theinstitutionwishes to add. (forexample SWOTAnalysis) S-Show your strength, W-Know your weaknesses, O- Know the possible opportunities, T- Know about the possible threats, means, odds or problems.

IQAC conductedacademic auditwhich served threeimportant purposes:

(i)        To facilitate SWOT analysisat theDepartmental level,

(ii)       To helptheDepartmentsdocumentqualityenhancementactivitiesregularly, and

(iii)      Toimplementqualityrelatedmeasuresintheforthcomingyears,especially beforethesecond cycle ofaccreditation.

PART C

The plan of action chalked out by the IQAC in the beginning of the year towards quality enhancement.

·         The college plans to renovate the first floor to provide more infrastructural facilities to the staff and the students.

·         Stress on the optimum use of LCD facility in teaching-learning activity to reach to the emerging and relevant requirements of the changing global scenario.

·         Arrangement of fundamental course work in Computer operation.

·         Arrangement of co-curricular and extra-curricular activities for the students.

Name and Signature of the Coordinator,         Name and Signature of the Chairperson                                         IQAC                                                                                           IQAC                                 

     Dr. Jayant S. Cherekar                                                        Dr. V. G. Patil

 

ANNUALQUALITYASSURANCEREPORT(AQAR)

Submittedto

NationalAssessmentandAccreditationCouncil(NAAC)

by

Arts, Commerce & Science College(Affiliated)

(Accrditated byNAACwith‘C++’GradewithaCGPAof67.23)

Shankarnagar, Maharashtra

April-2014

2.Details of the Institution

Part–A

Arts, Commerce & Science College, Shankarnagar Tq. Biloli  Dist. Nanded Maharashtra

Name oftheHead oftheInstitution: Dr. Vijaykumar Patil

Tel. No. with STD Code: 024622267116

Mobile:  09423306190

Name oftheIQAC Coordinator: Dr. Jayant S. Cherekar

Mobile: 9423306171

IQACe-mail address:  iqacacs112@gmail.com

1.3 NAAC TrackID   MHCOGN11815

1.4 NAACExecutiveCommitteeNo. &Date:  EC/33/395/112 dated 10.04.2012

1.5 Websiteaddress:   www.acsshankarnagar.org

Web-link ofthe AQAR:                                           

1.6 Accreditation Details

http://www.acsshankarnagar.org/AQAR2011-12


Sl.No.

Cycle

Grade

CGPA

Year of

Accreditation

ValidityPeriod

1

1stCycle

C++

67.25%

2004

2004—2010

1.7 Date ofEstablishment ofIQAC: 14.09.2006

1.8 AQARfortheyear                             2011—2012

1.9  Details of the previousyear’s AQARsubmitted to NAACafter the latest Assessment and

AccreditationbyNAAC  -

1.10Institutional Status

University                                 State     √     Central            Deemed           Private

Affiliated College                     Yes      √          No

Constituent College                 Yes                   No        √

Autonomous college ofUGC     Yes                   No     √

RegulatoryAgencyapprovedInstitution      Yes             No     √                 

(eg. AICTE, BCI, MCI, PCI, NCI)

TypeofInstitution   Co-education   √       Men           Women   

Urban         Rural   √     Tribal

Financial Status            Grant-in-aid     √       UGC 2(f)    √
UGC 12B   √
Grant-in-aid+Self Financing    
TotallySelf-financing

1.11 Typeof Faculty/Programme

Arts               √

Science         √

Commerce     √

Law         PEI(Phys Edu)
TEI(Edu)        Engineering          Health Science              Management     

Others   (Specify)

1.12 Name oftheAffiliating University        Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University

1.13 Special status conferred byCentral/State Government--UGC/CSIR/DST/DBT/ICMRetc

AutonomybyState/Central Govt. /University    No        Universitywith Potential forExcellence -CPE          No            UGC  - Yes         DST StarScheme      No         UGC-CE

UGC-Special AssistanceProgramme     No         DST-FIST

UGC-InnovativePGprogrammes                         Anyother (Specify)    No

UGC-COP Programmes

2. IQACComposition andActivities

2.1 No. ofTeachers                                                          09

2.2 No. ofAdministrative/Technicalstaff                             03

2.3 No. ofstudents                                                           00

2.4 No. ofManagement representatives                             02

2.5 No. ofAlumni                                                              01

2. 6  No. ofanyotherstakeholderand communityrepresentatives  02

2.7 No. ofEmployers/Industrialists                                      01

2.8  No. ofotherExternal Experts                                        01

2.9 Total No. ofmembers                                                   19

2.10 No. ofIQAC meetings held:                                          04

2.11 No. ofmeetings withvarious stakeholders:    No.      -           Faculty     2

Non-TeachingStaffStudents        2       Alumni   1           Others       -

2.12 HasIQAC receivedanyfunding from UGC during theyear?  Yes                  No    √

Ifyes, mention the amount       -

2.13 Seminars and Conferences(onlyqualityrelated)

(i)No. ofSeminars/Conferences/ Workshops/Symposia organized bytheIQAC

Total Nos.   0        International     -        National    -       State     -       Institution Level   -

(ii) Themes    -

2.14 Significantactivities andcontributions madebyIQAC

 Efforts were taken to involve the faculty in the quality enhancement process.It is in the form of formal and informal discussions the IQAC attempted to involve the  faculty in the process.

IQACmotivatedresearchpublicationso as to involve the faculty in the learning process.

 Theacademicaudit was conducted from Jan toFeb2012.

The IQAC Coordinating committee arranged timely informal discussions regarding the fulfillment of NAAC expectations.

IQAC attempted its level best to have coordination between Management,  

Administration, Faculty and the Students.

2.15Plan of Action byIQAC/Outcome

TheplanofactionchalkedoutbytheIQACinthebeginningoftheyeartowardsquality enhancement and the outcome achieved bytheend of theyear.
 

PART A The plan of action chalked out by the IQAC in the beginning of the year towards quality enhancement and the outcome achieved by the end of the year.

PART A

Plan of Action

Achievements

Renovation of first floor

The renovation of the first floor was taken place to provide more infrastructural facilities for the staff and the students. A Seminar Hall with LCD facility was also provided.

Making the optimum use of LCD facility in Teaching-Learning process.

The staff of the college started taking the optimum use of LCD facility in Teaching-Learning process. The staff also attempted to involve the students in the process.

Fundamental course work in Computer operation

The college organized a fundamental course work in Computer operation for non-teaching staff.

Remedial Coaching Classes

The College started Remedial Coaching Classes for the slow learners. Besides it the staff also provided personal counseling to such students having poor educational background.

            * Attach the Academic Calendar of the year as Annexure.

2.15 Whetherthe AQARwas placed in statutorybody:         Yes

Management     √          Syndicate              Anyother body      

Providethe details of theaction taken

# The Management inspired the faculty and suggested to follow methodological approach to meet the requirements of IQAC.

# The Management suggested the Coordinating committee to arrange society oriented extension activities.

# The Management suggested the Coordinating committee to have voluntary support from the faculty in the quality enhancement process.

# The Management assured the Coordinating committee regarding the fulfillment of

NAAC suggestions.

PART A

Plan of Action

Achievements

Renovation of first floor

The renovation of the first floor was taken place to provide more infrastructural facilities for the staff and the students. A Seminar Hall with LCD facility was also provided.

Making the optimum use of LCD facility in Teaching-Learning process.

The staff of the college started taking the optimum use of LCD facility in Teaching-Learning process. The staff also attempted to involve the students in the process.

Fundamental course work in Computer operation

The college organized a fundamental course work in Computer operation for non-teaching staff.

Remedial Coaching Classes

The College started Remedial Coaching Classes for the slow learners. Besides it the staff also provided personal counseling to such students having poor educational background.

            * Attach the Academic Calendar of the year as Annexure.

2.15 Whetherthe AQARwas placed in statutorybody:         Yes

Management     √            Syndicate              Anyother body

Providethe details of theaction taken

# The Management inspired the faculty and suggested to follow methodological approach to meet the requirements of IQAC.

# The Management suggested the Coordinating committee to arrange society oriented extension activities.

# The Management suggested the Coordinating committee to have voluntary supportfrom the faculty in the quality enhancement process.

# The Management assured the Coordinating committee regarding the fulfillment ofNAAC suggestions.

Criterion–I

1.CurricularAspects

Part–B
1.1 Details about AcademicProgrammes 

Level of the

Programme

Numberof existing Programmes

Number of

programmes added during the year

Number of self-financing programmes

Number ofvalue

added / Career Oriented programmes

PhD

0

Nil

Nil

Nil

PG

0

Nil

Nil

Nil

UG

03

            Nil

Nil

Nil

PG Diploma

0

Nil

Nil

Nil

Advanced

Diploma

 

0

 

Nil

Nil

Nil

Diploma

 

 Nil

Nil

Nil

Certificate

0

             Nil

Nil

Nil

Others – M.Phil.

 

             Nil

Nil

Nil

Total

03

             Nil

Nil

Nil

1.2   (i) Flexibilityof theCurriculum: CBCS/Core/Electiveoption / Open options

(ii) Pattern of programmes:

Semester-MCQ & Theory Pattern

1.3 Feedbackfrom stakeholders*           Alumni      √       Parents   (Onallaspects)

Employers   √          Students   √          

Mode offeedback:  Online   √

Manual   √Co-operating schools (for PEI)
1.4 Whetherthereis anyrevision/updateof regulation orsyllabi, ifyes, mention theirsalient aspects.

Revision was madein UG Secondyear syllabus in order to includetheory+ MCQ pattern.

1.5 Anynew Department/Centreintroduced during theyear.Ifyes, givedetails.    No

Criterion–II

2.Teaching,LearningandEvaluation

Total

Asst. Professors

Associate Professors

Professors

Others

32

20

11

 

01

2.1 Total No. of permanent faculty

2.2 No. ofpermanent facultywith Ph.D.       19

Asst.

Professors

Associate

Professors

Professors

Others

Total

R

V

R

V

R

V

R

V

R

V

--

1

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

1

2.3 No. ofFacultyPositions Recruited (R)andVacant(V) during theyear
2.4 No. ofGuestandVisitingfacultyandTemporaryfaculty

2.5 Facultyparticipationinconferencesand symposia:-               03

No. ofFaculty

Internationallevel

National level

State level

Attended Seminars/Conferences

                05

22

03

Presented papers

01

09

02

ResourcePersons

00

00

02

2.6 Innovative processesadoptedbythe institutionin Teachingand Learning:

Regular teaching is supplemented with notes, question banks, assignments and the

provision of e-notes.

Attempts were made to involve the students in the process of education.

2.7   TotalNo.ofactual teachingdays duringthisacademicyear     189
2.8   Examination/EvaluationReformsinitiatedbythe Institution(forexample:Open BookExamination, BarCoding, Double Valuation, Photocopy, OnlineMultipleChoiceQuestions)  Double Valuation

2.9   No. offacultymembers involved incurriculum restructuring/revision/syllabusdevelopment asmemberofBoard ofStudy/Faculty/ CurriculumDevelopment workshop-05

2.10 Average percentage ofattendanceofstudents             68%

2.11 Details ofsemesterresults: Course wise result B. A., B. Com., B.Sc.

Course

2011-12

   

A

P

%

B. A.-I

56

41

27

94.87

B. A.-II

17

13

04

30.76

B. A.-III

30

30

25

83.33

B. Com. -I

24

23

21

91.30

B. Com. -II

08

08

07

87.50

B. Com. -III

17

17

13

76.47

B. Sc.-I

33

30

22

73.33

B. Sc.-II

13

13

12

92.30

B. Sc.III

12

12

10

83.33

2.12 HowdoesIQACContribute/Monitor/EvaluatetheTeaching&Learningprocesses:

# Byconductingacademic auditthrough interaction with Departments

# Bysuggestingtoarrange timely departmental meetings so as to track the progression of the students.

2.13 Initiativesundertakentowards facultydevelopment

Faculty/StaffDevelopmentProgrammes

Numberoffacultybenefitted

Refreshercourses

05

UGC– Faculty ImprovementProgramme

-

HRDprogrammes

-

Orientationprogrammes

02

Facultyexchange programme

-

Stafftrainingconducted bythe university

-

Stafftrainingconducted byotherinstitutions

-

Summer/Winterschools, Workshops,etc.

09

Others

02

2.14 Details ofAdministrativeand Technicalstaff

Category

Numberof Permanent Employees

Numberof Vacant Positions

Numberof permanent positions filled duringtheYear

Numberof positions filled temporarily

AdministrativeStaff

32 01 Nil

--

TechnicalStaff

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil  

Criterion–III

3.Research,ConsultancyandExtension

3.1 Initiativesofthe IQACinSensitizing/PromotingResearch Climatein the institution

 IQAC promoted the research activities to be followed to enhance the learning abilities

    of the faculty. The eventual outcome is:

Dr. C. V. Gajewad published a research paper entitled The Performance of Public & Private Sector Banks in Priority Sector Development.

Dr. V. A. Pawle published a research paper entitled Anterior Educational System- A need of the time.

 Dr.Hingole R. G. published a research paper entitled Indian International Policy in 21st Century.

Dr. J. S. Cherekar was awarded Ph.D. in Feb. 2011.

Dr. N. M. Dhekle published a research paper entitled Utilization of Waste Bio Mass (W B M) of Vegetables for the Seed Health of Leafy Vegetables.

 The faculty is motivated to undertake Major and Minor research projects.

3.2              DetailsregardingMajor Researchprojects

 

Completed

Ongoing

Sanctioned

Submitted

Number

-

-

-

-

Outlay in Rs. Lakhs

-

-

-

-

3.3. Minor research projects

 

Completed

Ongoing

Sanctioned

Submitted

Number

Nil

06

00

02

Outlay in Rs. Lakhs

00

155000

00

145000

3.4            Details on research publications

 

International

National

Others

Peer ReviewJournals

08

-

 

Non-Peer Review Journals

-

-

-

e-Journals

-

-

 

Conferenceproceedings

10

05

 

3.5 Details onImpact factor ofpublications:

Range        0 to 0.32           Average      1            h-index – 00 No. in Scopus-00

3.6 Researchfunds sanctioned and receivedfrom various funding agencies,industryand other organisations

Nature of the Project

Duration Year

Name of the funding Agency

Total grant sanctioned

Received

Major projects

00

00

00

00

Minor Projects

2010

UGC

415000

00

Interdisciplinary Projects

00

00

00

00

Industry sponsored

00

00

00

00

Projects sponsored by the University/ College

00

00

00

00

Students research projects (other than compulsory by the University)

00

00

00

00

Any other(Specify)

00

00

00

00

Total

00

00

415,000

00

3.7 No. ofbooks published    i) WithISBN No.     -

Chapters in Edited Books       -

ii) Without ISBNNo.             -

3.8 No. ofUniversityDepartments receiving funds from

         DST-FIST               UGC-SAP                          CAS                           

          DPE                         DBT Scheme/funds

3.9 Forcolleges      Autonomy                         CPE                                   DBT Star Scheme 

               CE                                             AnyOther (specify)    

3.10 Revenuegenerated throughconsultancy

Level

International

National

State

University

College

Number

0

0

0

          0

0

Sponsoring

agencies

-

-

 

-

    -

-

3.11 No. of Cnferences organized bythe Institution  Nil

3.12 No. offacultyservedas experts, chairpersons orresourcepersons      -

3.13 No. ofcollaborations:   International     -

3.14 No. of linkages created during thisyear

National      -  0         Anyother    -

3.15 Total budget forresearchforcurrentyear in lakhs :

From Funding agency Total

From Management ofCollege

Typeof Patent

 

Number

 

National

Applied

0

Granted

0

 

International

Applied

0

Granted

 

 

Commercialized

Applied

 

Granted

 

3.16 No. ofpatents received thisyear

3.17 No. ofresearch awards/ recognitions received byfacultyandresearch fellows Ofthe institute in theyear

Total

International

National

State

University

District

College

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

3.18 No. offacultyfromtheInstitutionwho arePh.D. Guides       08

and studentsregistered under them                                   32

3.19 No. ofPh.D. awarded byfacultyfrom theInstitution         -

3.20 No. ofResearch scholarsreceiving the Fellowships (Newlyenrolled+existing ones) JRF         2                       SRF      1            Project Fellows   0               Anyother

3.21 No. ofstudents Participated in NSSevents:

Universitylevel    125                Statelevel      -

3.22 No. of students participated in NCC events:

      Universitylevel      0           National level       0        

         Statelevel level

3.23 No. ofAwards wonin NSS:

Universitylevel       -         Statelevel               National level                     International level

3.24 No. ofAwards wonin NCC:

Universitylevel                      Statelevel

National level       0           International level

3.25 No. ofExtension activities organized

Universityforum      -                Collegeforum      04

                 NSS                      12              NCC                  -     Anyother     -

3.26 Major Activitiesduring theyear in thesphere of extensionactivities andInstitutional Social

Responsibility:  Activities ofSTAND outreach programme:

 

S. No

 

Programmes

No. of

Programmes

No. of

Villages

Total no. of

Beneficiaries

1

World Aids Day

01

02

150

2

Youth Day

01

01

150

3

World Science Day

01

01

75

4

College campus cleanliness

01

01

250

5

Tree Plantation

01

01

100

6

Disadvantages of Smoking

01

01

500

7

Evil Cosequences of Aids

01

01

250

8

World Human Rights Day

01

01

300

9

Savitribai Phule Annivarssary

01

01

150

10

National Youth Week

05

01

200

11

Protection of Environment and Natural Resources

01

04

300

12

World Women Day

03

02

150

 

Total

22

16

2575

Criterion–IV

4.InfrastructureandLearningResources

4.1 Details of increaseininfrastructurefacilities:

Thecampusareais37834.72 sq. mts.Thebuildings,furnitureandequipmentsareputtooptimumuseand are available for teaching-learning process and evaluation, co-curricular, extra-curricular, andextension activities.

     Facilities

Exiting

Newly Created

Source of Fund

Total

MainBlock

17

-

-

17

Campus area

37834.72 sq. mts

-

-

37834.72 sq. mts

Laboratories

05

-

-

05

Seminar Halls

01

-

-

01

No. of important equipments purchased (≥1-0 lakh) during the current year

        3

-

UGC-Dev. Asst.XIth Plan

 

 

3

Value of the equipment purchased during the year (Rs. In lakhs)

9,68,372

-

UGC-Merged XIth Plan Scheme

 

TheCo-curricularactivitiesare carriedout in Auditorium. An open air stageis available for publicfunctions and cultural activities.

4.2 Computerization ofadministrationand library:

The administration is computerized. As per the decision the formation of NRC (Network Resource Center) has been introduced on 21st July 2011. Dr. S. N. Kabadi has been appointed as a Coordinator. And the responsibility of total provision and maintenance of the computers has been endowed on him.Periodicalmeasures aretaken to maintain books and journals in the libraryin good condition.

    Thelibraryprovides open access to staffand students.

   Atthebeginningofeverysemester,theLibrarianaddressesthestudents,explainingthe methods of using thelibraryresources.

    Journals and magazines arekept in open racks.

   Thelibrarianandtwolibraryassistantsensuretheuseandsecurityofresourcesinthe library.

4.3 Library Services

 

Existing

Newly Added

Total

 

No.

Value

No.

Value

No.

Value

Text Books & Others

9685      

1310459      

607

150148

10292

1460607

Reference Books

368

252099

 18

 5380

386

257479

e-books

00

00

00

00

00

00

Journals

 

 

 

 

 

 

e-journals

 

 

 

 

 

 

Digital database

 

 

 

 

 

 

CD & Videos

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bound Volume Periodicals

384

 

39

 

423

 

4.4 Technologyup gradation (overall)

 

Total

Computers

Computer

Labs

 

Internet

Browsing

Centers

Computer

Centers

 

Office

Departments

Existing

17

0

0

0

0

 

3

Added

3

-

-

        -

        -

      -

      -

Total

20

-

-

-

-

3

-

4.5Computer,Internetaccess,trainingtoteachersandstudentsandanyotherprogrammefor technologyupgradation(Networking, e-Governanceetc.)

·          The Seminar Hall and A. P. J. Abdul Kalam Hall have been provided with LCD and Smart             

Board facility. The faculty has been inspired to make use of these facilities in teaching activity, so as to enable the rural area students to understand the value of the innovativetechniques in the learning activity. Expansion   of   E-technology has   enhanced   the   use   of   computers  curriculum development, teaching-learning, evaluation andresearch.

·          StudentsareencouragedtomakeuseofcomputersforPowerPointPresentationsfor seminars and project assignments.

·          Internetbrowsinghas been made availableforteachersandstudentsattheInternetCentrefreeofcostin the NRC department.

4.6  Amountspent on maintenance in lakhs :

i)   ICT                                            : 6,800

          ii)CampusInfrastructureandfacilities   : 1,305,523

         iii) Equipments                                : 1,240,781

                                                      Total :  2,553,104

Criterion–V

5.StudentSupport andProgression

5.1   Contribution ofIQAC inenhancing awareness aboutStudent SupportServices

·          InternalQuality AssuranceCell(IQAC)inspires the faculty to adopt innovative measures in teaching, learning and evaluation process.

·           IQAChelpedtoestablishNRC forproviding computer access to the faculty and the students., 

·          Remedialcoachingextendedtoeconomically weakerstudentsandpersonalcounseling given byTeachers minimizedthe dropout rate in the college.

·          Student centric strategies are followed at the departmental level.

·          The   institution   publishes   its   updated   prospectus   and   handbooks   annually.   The academic calendar of the university and the collegeisdisseminatedtostudentsatthebeginningofevery academicyear.TheIQACcoordinatorexplainsthesalientaspectsof thevalue of quality enhancement processes to be adopted for the overall personality development of the students.  The NSS department explainsthebenefitsofperformingextensionactivities.TheHeads ofDepartment explain about the workload distribution and the various activities to be arranged by the faculty during the academic year.

5.2 Efforts madebythe institution fortracking theprogression

·            The departments are suggested to follow different methods to meet the requirements of

                the slow and advance learners.

·          TheDept. of Career Counseling Cell helps students in personalitydevelopment.

·          Competitive examinations taken from time to time help students get employment opportunities.

·          Everydepartment maintains a register for recording the progress of students.

5.3 (a)Total Number ofstudents:

Programme

MaleStudents

FemaleStudents

Total Numberof students

 

 

 

 

 

UG

144

 

66

 

210

PG &M.Phil.

--

--

--

--

--

Ph.D.

--

--

--

TOTAL

144

66

210

Last Year

This Year

General

SC

ST

OBC

Others

Total

 

General

SC

ST

OBC

Others

Total

 

84

47

01

11

22

165

 

115

60

02

14

19

210

 

Demand Ratio-1:1                                          Drop out Ratio-47.78%

5.4 Details of student support mechanismforcoaching forcompetitive examinations:

·         Coaching classes for competitive examinations were arranged byCareer Counseling Cell.

No. ofstudents beneficiaries  130

5.5 No. ofstudents qualified inthese Examinations: 03

5.6 Detailsofstudentcounselingand careerguidance

The competitive examination cell is formed in a formal manner on 14th Oct. 2011. Dr. D. V. Pamatwar is appointed as a Coordinator.  Sunil Srivastava inaugurated the function and in his address he discussed about the global changes and advised the students to take utmost benefit of the Cell for their overall personality development. In the beginning the Cell conducted two competitive examinations during the academic year and attempted to bring the students on the forefront regarding the students’ future development.  The evaluation process and the results enabled the Coordinator to acquaint the students with some additional means, so as to understand the nature of such examinations and the approach to be adopted by the students. As a part of it, the Coordinator organized a lecture on Marathi Vyakaran by Dr. S. E. Degloorkar on 7th Feb. 2012. It was followed by a lecture on Arithmetic by Mr. G. K. Patil, who acquainted the students with simple techniques to be followed to solve the problems. On 24th Oct. 2012, a lecture on the nature of competitive exams was organized by the Coordinator. Efforts to propagatetheidea of the needfor trainingoneselffor employment,horningone‘sskillsand acquiringadditionalskills,especially communicationskills,arethekey activitiesoftheCareer GuidanceCell.Inaddition,thefollowingaretheinitiativesduringthisacademic year.

 No. ofstudents benefitted-           225

5.7 Details ofcampus placement

 

On campus

 

OffCampus

Numberof

OrganizationsVisited

NumberofStudents

Participated

Numberof

Students Placed

NumberofStudents

Placed

--

--

--

--

5.8 Details of gender sensitization programmes

·         Dr. Kalpana Jadhav gave a speech under the girl child death movement on 12th September 2011.

·         World Women Day was celebrated on 16th March 2012. In which the girl students talked about the women empowerment.

5.9 Students Activities

5.9.1     No. ofstudents participated in Sports, Games and otherevents:

Sports—State/University level       57         National level     --           International level         --    

 Cultural:  State/University level       --          National level        --            International level

5.9.2 No. of medals /awards won by students in Sports, Games and other events

Sports—State/University level       01          National level      --             International level

5.10 Scholarshipsand Financial Support

 

 

Number of

students

Amount

Financial support from institution

--

--

Financial support from government

 

458,853

5.11    Student organized /initiatives

Fairs         : State/ Universitylevel        -           National level     -    International level

Exhibition: State/ Universitylevel       -

National level      -     International level

5.12    No. ofsocial initiativesundertaken bythe students   -

5.13 Majorgrievances ofstudents (if any) redressed:   Nil

Criterion–VI

6.  Governance,LeadershipandManagement

6.1 Statethe Vision and Missionofthe institution

Our Vision

‘Sa Vidya ya Vimuktaye‘

The education that liberates is true education.

It is with this vision the Institution supports the students with Guidance, Support and Development.

* Guidance: Thecommitment of the Godavari Manar Charitable Trust, Shankarnagar is towards

                     the welfare of students from rural society. The institution aims at proper guidance as a 

                     measure to inculcate awareness among the students about the importance of higher

                     education for their own personality development.

* Support:    The institution aims at providing equal opportunities and ensures support without  

                      Prejudice for gender, class, caste and economic status.

*Development: The Institution aims at facilitating the students with required academic and moral

                           Support for fine tuning the development of the economically weaker section of the

                           society.

OurMission

·         To encourage educational development by providing higher education facilities to the educationally and economically backward sections of rural society.

·         To establish educational institutes from preliminary to higher level wherever deemed fit.

6.2 Does theInstitutionhaveamanagementInformation System? No.

6.3 Qualityimprovementstrategies adoptedbytheinstitutionforeach of thefollowing:

6.3.1   CurriculumDevelopment

·         Student centric approach by means of the arrangement of student centered activities.

·         Provision of question banks, e-notes, arrangement of group discussions, encouragement to the faculty to have frequent informal discussions with the students and the parents..

·         Completion and implementation of university curriculum in time bound manner.

6.3.2   Teaching andLearning

·    LCD-enabledteaching-learningprocesshasmadestudentsactive participants inthe classroom.

·     Apart from classroom interaction, thefollowing methods areused.

·     Meaningfullearningisinitiatedthroughguidedteachingandguidedlibrary

assignments, group discussion, seminars, debates, quiz, viva, etc.

·    Co-operative learning  is  facilitated  through  project  work,  on-the-spot  study,  and   NSS.

6.3.3   Examination andEvaluation

·           Semester system with ContinuousInternal Assessment (CIA)is followed.

·           ThePrincipalandtheHeadsofDepartmentmonitortheperformanceofthestudentsby making an analysisaftereveryinternal test and external examination.

·           Theteachersmakeananalysisoftheperformanceofstudentsaftereveryinternaltest and external examinationin departmental meetings.

·            TheperformanceofstudentsisanalyzedinAcademicCouncilmeetingafter the declaration of the results.

6.3.4   Research and Development

Researchisasignificantactivity ofthecollege.Duringthisacademicyeareightresearch papers were published inNationalandInternationalJournals.15papers were presented in NationalSeminars andConferences.One researchscholarhas obtainedtheir Ph.D. fromthe researchcenterallotted by the University.Three minorprojectswerecompletedby the teachers.Six teachers have participatedinRefresher Courses. One faculty member participated in Orientation Course. Ten faculty members attended short term courses. FourBooks/Proceedings have been published.  Two teachers have been recognized as researchguidesby Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University andthenumberofresearchguideshas risen to 8.

6.3.5   Admission of Students

Studentsare selectedforadmissiononthebasisofpastacademicrecord,interviewsoracombinationofthesetwodependingonthecoursetowhichadmissionis sought.Dalits,womenstudents,poorstudentsandfirstgenerationlearnersaregivenpreference inadmission.Asthecollegeisanaidedinstitution,admission ofstudentsisdoneasper Governmentnorms.

Teaching

-

Non teaching

-

Students

-

6.4 Welfareschemes for

6.5 Total corpus fund generated  --

6.6 Whetherannual financialaudithas been done   Yes

Criterion–VII

7.InnovationsandBest  Practices

7.1   Innovationsintroducedduringthisacademicyearwhichhavecreatedapositiveimpacton the functioning of theinstitution.

·         The provision of free bus pass to the girl students resulted in better output. The strength of the girl students was increased during the academic year.

·         Arrangement of two competitive examinations for the students.

·         Mr. B. P. Jadhav gave a valuable guidance and training in sports to the students from nearby schools.

7.2  ProvidetheActionTakenReport(ATR)basedontheplanofactiondecideduponat  the beginning oftheyear.

·         Innauguration of Competitive Coaching Classes. An eminent scholar Mr. Sunil Shrivastava inaugurated the function and acquainted the students with the approach they have to follow while facing various competitive examinations.

·         Remedialclasseswereconductedtohelptheslowlearnersimprovetheiracademic performance.

·         AcademicAuditwasconducted.2meetingswereheldtofacilitateinteractionbetween

           IQAC and the faculty of Departments.

·         The faculty is motivated to attendQualitynational seminars andinternational conferences.

7.3 Give two best practices of the institution:

Best Practice-I Avishkar: Research Festival

Goal: To develop research oriented approach among the students through the preparation of research papers and also to develop the presentation skills among the students. The main motto behind this practice was to make the students conscious of the prevalent social issues and give vent to their emotional attachment to the society through research articles and paper presentations.

The Context:  The students of Public Administration and Botany participated in Avishkar: Research Festival as representatives of the college in the festival. This, SRTM University, Nanded sponsored festival was organized by K. K. M. College, Manwat.

The Practice: The festival aimed at the all-round personality development of students by means of giving vent to their feelings and emotions to the society around by means of research articles and presentation. The students of our college presented a research article entitled A Study of Mahatma Gandhi’s ‘Tanta Mukti Abhiyan.’ This practice ultimately resulted in inculcation of the importance of writing and presentation skills among the students. It also brought the students on the societal platform, an important achievement for the college as the mission of our college is to give higher education to the socio-economically backward students.

Evident of Success: The student participants enthusiastically participated and in the informal discussions with the students of college these participants conveyed a message as to how the students from other areas have innate guts of presentation skills. The students of the college also realized the importance to voluntary participation in such practices. This single step on behalf of the two departments paved a way for the other students the significance of such activities.

Problems Encountered and Resources required: No any problems encountered. The college administration is expected to provide a platform for such student oriented activities in the form of arrangement of some programmes whereupon the different skills among the students can be dictated.

Contact:  The Principal

Arts, Commerce and Science College, Shankarnagar.

Tq. Biloli, Dist. Nanded, Maharashtra.

Phone No. 02465-267116

Email: acscollegeshankarnagar@gmail.com

Best Practice-II:Health Camp

Goal: To organize a health camp for the girl students of college and women from the nearby locality. It is to make the girl students aware of the importance of health for the protection from various diseases. As per the Mission of the institution the college also included women from the nearby locality to maintain institutional responsibility towards the various social problems.

The Context: The college girl students and the women from nearby locality participated in a health camp organized by the college. The ever changing environmental scenario and its impact on the health, more particularly women health led the college to organize this camp.

The Practice: The College in collaboration organized this health camp. Medical Officers of nearby Primary Health Center, a lady specialist Dr. Karuna Jadhav along with her staff, Dr. Chavan and Dr. Patil from Primary Health Center, Naigaon made a special presence. The doctors checked the girl students and women from the nearby locality and gave valuable guidance regarding various health hazards and also provided some valuable tips to them.

Evidence of Success: The success of this peculiar practice resulted in the awareness of sensitive problems regarding the health and also the care to be taken to maintain good health among the girl students and the other women of the society around.

Problems Encountered and Resources required:

·         Reluctance, on the part of the girl students and other women from the nearby locality.

·         Unawareness among the women regarding the proper maintenance of health.

Resources Required:

·   Creating awareness among the girl students is required to be taken place in informal discussions by the Women Cell.

·    Promoting the girl students to spread usefulness of the participation of the women from the society.

·    Regular organization of such health camps

Contact:  The Principal

Arts, Commerce and Science College, Shankarnagar.

Tq. Biloli, Dist. Nanded, Maharashtra.

Phone No. 02465-267116

Email: acscollegeshankarnagar@gmail.com

7.4 Contribution to environmental awareness / protection: Students were made conscious about the problems and solutions of the environment in Maharashtra. The NSS unit of the college organized various activities to have voluntary participation of the students.

7.5  Whetherenvironmental auditwas conducted?             Yes              No                         -

7.6 Anyother relevant information theinstitutionwishes to add. (forexample SWOTAnalysis)

S-Show your strength, W-Know your weaknesses, O- Know the possible opportunities, T- Know about the possible threats, means, odds or problems.

IQAC conductedacademic auditwhich served threeimportant purposes:

(i)        to facilitate SWOC analysisat theDepartmental level,

(ii)       tohelptheDepartmentsdocumentqualityenhancementactivitiesregularly, and

(iii)    toimplementqualityrelatedmeasuresintheforthcomingyears,especially beforethethird cycle ofaccreditation.

PART C

The plan of action chalked out by the IQAC in the beginning of the year towards quality enhancement.

·         The faculty was advised to provide question bank as per the new university curriculum.

·         Proposal for Career Counseling Cell.

·         Decision to start admissions to the girl students in a Ladies Hostel.

·         Arrangement of Community awareness programmes.

·         Purchase of equipments for the Science Laboratories.

Name and Signature of the Coordinator,         Name and Signature of the Chairperson                                      IQAC                                                     IQAC                       

            Dr. Jayant S. Cherekar                                       Dr. V. G. Patil

 

NationalAssessmentandAccreditationCouncil(NAAC)

by

Arts, Commerce & Science College(Affiliated)

(Accrditated byNAACwith‘C++’GradewithaCGPAof67.23)

Shankarnagar, Maharashtra

April-2014

2.Details of the Institution

Part–A

Arts, Commerce & Science College, Shankarnagar Tq. Biloli  Dist. Nanded Maharashtra

Name oftheHead oftheInstitution: Dr. Vijaykumar Patil

Tel. No. with STD Code: 024622267116

Mobile:  09423306190

Name oftheIQAC Coordinator: Dr. Jayant S. Cherekar

Mobile: 9423306171

IQACe-mail address:  iqacacs112@gmail.com

1.3 NAAC TrackID   MHCOGN11815

1.4 NAACExecutiveCommitteeNo. &Date:  EC/33/395/112 dated 10.04.2012

1.5 Websiteaddress:   www.acsshankarnagar.org

Web-link ofthe AQAR:                                           

1.6 Accreditation Details

http://www.acsshankarnagar.org/AQAR2011-12

Sl.No.

Cycle

Grade

CGPA

Year of

Accreditation

ValidityPeriod

1

1stCycle

C++

67.25%

2004

2004—2010

1.7 Date ofEstablishment ofIQAC: 14.09.2006

1.8 AQARfortheyear                             2012—2013

1.9  Details of the previousyear’s AQARsubmitted to NAACafter the latest Assessment and

AccreditationbyNAAC  -

1.10Institutional Status

University                                 State     √     Central            Deemed           Private

Affiliated College                     Yes      √          No

Constituent College                 Yes                   No        √

Autonomous college ofUGC     Yes                   No     √

RegulatoryAgencyapprovedInstitution      Yes             No     √                 

(eg. AICTE, BCI, MCI, PCI, NCI)

TypeofInstitution   Co-education   √       Men           Women   

Urban         Rural   √     Tribal

Financial Status            Grant-in-aid     √       UGC 2(f)    √

UGC 12B   √

Grant-in-aid+Self Financing    

TotallySelf-financing

1.11 Typeof Faculty/Programme

Arts               √

Science         √

Commerce     √

Law         PEI(Phys Edu)

TEI(Edu)        Engineering          Health Science              Management      Others   (Specify)

1.12 Name oftheAffiliating University        Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University

1.13 Special status conferred byCentral/State Government--UGC/CSIR/DST/DBT/ICMRetc

AutonomybyState/Central Govt. /University    No        Universitywith Potential forExcellence -CPE          No           UGC  - Yes         DST StarScheme      No         UGC-CE

UGC-Special AssistanceProgramme     No         DST-FIST

UGC-InnovativePGprogrammes                         Anyother (Specify)    No

UGC-COP Programmes

2. IQACComposition andActivities

2.1 No. ofTeachers                                                          09

2.2 No. ofAdministrative/Technicalstaff                             03

2.3 No. ofstudents                                                           00

2.4 No. ofManagement representatives                             02

2.5 No. ofAlumni                                                              01

2. 6  No. ofanyotherstakeholderand communityrepresentatives  02

2.7 No. ofEmployers/Industrialists                                      01

2.8  No. ofotherExternal Experts                                        01

2.9 Total No. ofmembers                                                   19

2.10 No. ofIQAC meetings held:                                          04

2.11 No. ofmeetings withvarious stakeholders:    No.      02         Faculty     02

Non-TeachingStaffStudents        2       Alumni   --           Others       --

2.12 HasIQAC receivedanyfunding from UGC during theyear?  Yes                 No     √

Ifyes, mention the amount       -

2.13 Seminars and Conferences(onlyqualityrelated)

(i)No. ofSeminars/Conferences/ Workshops/Symposia organized bytheIQAC

Total Nos.   0        International  -         National   -       State     -       Institution Level   -ii) Themes

2.14 Significantactivities andcontributions madebyIQAC

§   IQAC promoted the faculty to collect feedback from the students, parents and alumni of the college.

§  IQACmotivatedresearchpublicationandadvised the faculty to adopt student centric approach.

§   Theacademicaudit was conducted from Jan toFeb2013.

§   IQAC promoted the arrangement of curricular and co-curricular activities for the overall personality development of the students.

§   The sports department has been suggested to arrange more activities for the all-round personality development of the students.

2.15Plan of Action byIQAC/Outcome

TheplanofactionchalkedoutbytheIQACinthebeginningoftheyeartowardsquality enhancement and the outcome achieved bytheend of theyear.

PART A The plan of action chalked out by the IQAC in the beginning of the year towards quality enhancement and the outcome achieved by the end of the year.

Plan of Action

Achievements

Proper approach to follow regarding the new curriculum prescribed by University.

The faculty provided question banks and some additional tips to the students regarding the change in University curriculum.

Career Counseling Cell

The College started Career Counseling Cell under UGC grant. The Career Counseling Cell in collaboration with Competitive Examination Cell decided to invite experts to acquaint the students with the nature of various competitive examinations.

Ladies Hostel

The Management and administration of the College decided to give admissions to the girl students in Ladies Hostel on the free of cost.

Purchase of Equipments

The college purchased equipments to the Science Laboratories.

            * Attach the Academic Calendar of the year as Annexure.

2.15 Whetherthe AQARwas placed in statutorybody:         Yes

Management     √    Syndicate              Anyother body

Providethe details of theaction taken

# The Management suggested improvement in all the quality aspects of the college level activities for the overall personality development of the students.

# The Management activated the staff to adopt various means so as to bring out improvement in the learning abilities of the students.

# The Management suggested the Coordinating committee to wage joint efforts to follow certain advanced techniques to make AQAR more effective.

# The Management suggested the Coordinating committee to arrange some more  community centered activities so as make the rural area people understand the value ofhigher education.

# The Management suggested the Coordinating committee to collect feedback from theparents regarding their unwillingness to allow the girl students to avail ladies hostel facility.

Criterion–I

1.CurricularAspects

Part–B
1.1 Details about AcademicProgrammes

Level of the

Programme

Numberof existing Programmes

Number of

programmes added during the year

Number of self-financing programmes

Number ofvalue

added / Career Oriented programmes

PhD

0

Nil

Nil

Nil

PG

0

Nil

Nil

Nil

UG

03

            Nil

Nil

Nil

PG Diploma

0

Nil

Nil

Nil

Advanced

Diploma

 

 

Nil

Nil

Nil

Diploma

 

 Nil

Nil

Nil

Certificate

0

             Nil

Nil

Nil

Others – M.Phil.

 

             Nil

Nil

Nil

Total

03

             Nil

Nil

01

1.2   (i) Flexibilityof theCurriculum: CBCS/Core/Electiveoption / Open options

(ii) Pattern of programmes:

Semester-MCQ & Theory Pattern

1.3 Feedbackfrom stakeholders* Alumni      √       Parents      (Onallaspects)
Employers   √          Students   √
Mode offeedback:  Online   √
Manual   √

Co-operating schools (for PEI)

1.4 Whetherthereis anyrevision/updateof regulation orsyllabi, ifyes, mention theirsalient aspects.

Revision was madein UG First and Second year syllabus includedMCQ pattern and two internal evaluation exams. Whereas the third year syllabus included Theory and project assignments.

1.5 Anynew Department/Centreintroduced during theyear.Ifyes, givedetails.  No

Criterion–II

2.Teaching,LearningandEvaluation

Total

Asst. Professors

Associate Professors

Professors

Others

30

18

11

 

01

2.1 Total No. of permanent faculty

2.2 No. ofpermanent facultywith Ph.D.       21

Asst.

Professors

Associate

Professors

Professors

Others

Total

R

V

R

V

R

V

R

V

R

V

--

02

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

02

 

2.3 No. ofFacultyPositions Recruited (R)andVacant(V) during theyear
2.4 No. ofGuestandVisitingfacultyandTemporaryfaculty

2.5 Facultyparticipationinconferencesand symposia:   -                  05


No. ofFaculty

Internationallevel

National level

State level

Attended Seminars/Conferences

          05

22

04

Presented papers

02

07

02

ResourcePersons

 

-

02

2.6 Innovative processesadoptedbythe institutionin Teachingand Learning:

The faculty followed innovative teaching measure supplemented with notes and question banks.Some of the faculty members followed LCD presentations in teaching so as to motivate the students to learn on their own.

2.7   TotalNo.ofactual teachingdays duringthisacademicyear= 186

2.8   Examination/EvaluationReformsinitiatedby

the Institution(forexample:Open BookExamination, BarCoding, Double Valuation, Photocopy, OnlineMultipleChoiceQuestions)

Double Valuation

2.9   No. offacultymembers involved incurriculum restructuring/revision/syllabusdevelopment asmemberofBoard ofStudy/Faculty/ CurriculumDevelopment  workshop   - 05

2.10 Average percentage ofattendanceofstudents     - 74%

Details ofsemesterresults: Course wise result B. A., B. Com., B.Sc          


Course

2012-13

 

T

A

P

%

B. A.-I

62

50

22

44

B. A.-II

34

33

13

39.39

B. A.-III

16

16

10

62.50

B. Com. -I

34

31

30

96.77

B. Com. -II

21

21

21

100

B. Com. -III

08

08

06

75

B. Sc.-I

32

28

20

71.42

B. Sc.-II

27

26

26

100

B. Sc.III

12

12

03

25

2.12 HowdoesIQACContribute/Monitor/EvaluatetheTeaching&Learningprocesses:

# Byconductingacademic auditthrough interaction with Departments

# Bysuggestingtofollow remedial measures to make teaching and learning more effective.

2.13 Initiativesundertakentowards facultydevelopment

Faculty/StaffDevelopmentProgrammes

Numberoffacultybenefitted

Refreshercourses

02

UGC– Faculty ImprovementProgramme

-

HRDprogrammes

-

Orientationprogrammes

-

Facultyexchange programme

-

Stafftrainingconducted bythe university

-

Stafftrainingconducted byotherinstitutions

-

Summer/Winterschools, Workshops,etc.

04

Others

-

2.14 Details ofAdministrativeand Technicalstaff

Category

Numberof Permanent Employees

Numberof Vacant Positions

Numberof  permanent positions filled duringtheYear

Numberof positions filled temporarily

AdministrativeStaff

30

02

-

TechnicalStaff

-

-

-

-

Criterion–III

3.Research,ConsultancyandExtension

3.1 Initiativesofthe IQACinSensitizing/PromotingResearch Climatein the institution

The motivation by IQAC to the faculty resulted in the increase in research output:

·          Dr. A. C. Sonkamble published a text book entitled Rural & Urban Local Self Government in Maharashtra for B. A. T. Y. in July 2013.

·          Dr. A. C. Sonkamble published a text book entitled Indian Administration and Development Process for B. A. F. Y. in Aug. 2013.

·          Dr. A. C. Sonkamble published a text book entitled Indian Administration for B. A. F. Y.  on 6th Dec. 2013.

·          Dr. R. G. Hingole published a reference book entitled Universal Figure: Yashwantrao Chavan on 12th March 2013.

·          Dr. J. S. Cherekar published a reference book entitled Woman Blooming out of Gloom in March 2013.

3.2              DetailsregardingMajor Researchprojects

 

Completed

Ongoing

Sanctioned

Submitted

Number

-

-

-

-

Outlay in Rs. Lakhs

-

-

-

-

3.3. Minor research projects

 

Completed

Ongoing

Sanctioned

Submitted

Number

Nil

06

00

02

Outlay in Rs. Lakhs

00

155000

00

190000

3.4            Details on research publications

 

International

National

Others

Peer ReviewJournals

10

01

 

Non-Peer Review Journals

 

-

-

e-Journals

03

-

 

Conferenceproceedings

01

08

 

3.5 Details onImpact factor ofpublications:

Range        0 to 0.32           Average      1            h-index – 00 No. in Scopus-00

3.6 Researchfunds sanctioned and receivedfrom various funding agencies,industryand other organizations

Nature of the Project

Duration

Year

Name of the

funding Agency

Total grant

sanctioned

Received

Major projects

00

00

00

00

Minor Projects

2010

UGC

415000

00

Interdisciplinary Projects

00

00

00

00

Industry sponsored

00

00

00

00

Projects sponsored by the University/ College

00

00

00

00

Students research projects (other than compulsory by the University)

00

00

00

00

Any other(Specify)

 

00

00

00

00

Total

00

00

415,000

00

3.7 No. ofbooks published    i) WithISBN No.      4

Chapters in Edited Books       04

ii) Without ISBNNo.             -

3.8 No. ofUniversityDepartments receiving funds from

DST-FIST        UGC-SAP                          CAS                        DPE                         DBT Scheme/funds

3.9 For Colleges

Autonomy                         CPE                                   DBT Star Scheme 

CE                                AnyOther (specify)           

3.10 Revenuegenerated throughconsultancy

l

International

National

State

University

College

Number

0

0

0

          0

0

Sponsoring

agencies

-

 

-

 

 

-

     -

 

 

-

3.11 No. of conferences organized bythe Institution

Nil    Statelevel    

3.12 No. offacultyservedas experts, chairpersons orresourcepersons      03

3.13 No. ofcollaborations:  National            0       International     -      Anyother        

3.14 No. of linkages created during thisyear

3.15 Total budget forresearchforcurrentyear in lakhs :

From Funding agency

Total

From Management ofCollege

Typeof Patent

 

Number

 

National

Applied

0

Granted

0

 

International

Applied

0

Granted

 

Commercialised

Applied

 

Granted

 

3.16 No. ofpatents received thisyear:

3.17 No. ofresearch awards/ recognitions received byfacultyandresearch fellows

Ofthe institute in theyear

Total

International

National

State

University

District

College

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

3.18 No. offacultyfromtheInstitutionwho arePh.D. Guides       09

and studentsregistered under them    :-      46

3.19 No. ofPh.D. awarded byfacultyfrom theInstitution         -

3.20 No. ofResearch scholarsreceiving the Fellowships (Newlyenrolled+existing ones) JRF         0                          SRF     0            Project Fellows   0               Anyother

3.21 No. ofstudents Participated in NSSevents: Universitylevel    125

3.22 No. of students participated in NCC events:  Universitylevel      0       National level       0

Statelevel                      International level

3.23 No. ofAwards wonin NSS:   Universitylevel       -                   Statelevel

National level                     International level

3.24 No. ofAwards wonin NCC:   Universitylevel                      Statelevel

National level       0            International level

3.25 No. ofExtension activities organized :  Universityforum      -                Collegeforum    04

NSS           12                NCC      Anyother     -

3.26 Major Activitiesduring theyear in thesphere of extensionactivities andInstitutional Social

Responsibility:

Activities ofSTAND outreach programme: N. S. S. Programmes at Ramteerth

S. No

Programmes

No. of

Programmes

No. of

Villages

Total no. of

Beneficiaries

1

Revolution Day

01

02

100

2

Teacher’s Day

          01

        01

200

3

Indian Constitution

          01

       01

60

4

National Hindi Day

          01

       01

200

5

Tree Plantation

          01

        01

             150

6

Disadvantages of Smoking

          01

        01

400

7

Evil Cosequences of Aids

          01

        01

200

8

World Human Rights Day

          01

        01

      400

9

Savitribai Phule Annivarssary

   01             

        01

150

10

National Youth Week

         05

       01

150

11

Protection of Environment and Natural Resources

         01

       04

250

12

World Women Day

03

02

130

 

Total

22

16

2390

Criterion–IV

4.InfrastructureandLearningResources

4.1 Details of increaseininfrastructurefacilities:

Thecampusareais37834.72 sq. mtsThebuildings,furnitureandequipmentsareputtooptimumuseand are available for teaching-learning process and evaluation, co-curricular, extra-curricular, andextension activities.

     Facilities

Exiting

Newly Created

Source of Fund

Total

MainBlock

17

-

-

17

Campus area

37834.72 sq. mts

-

-

37834.72 sq. mts

Laboratories

05

-

-

05

Seminar Halls

01

-

-

01

No. of important equipments purchased (≥1-0 lakh) during the current year

4

-

UGC-Additional Assist. Grant XIth Plan

 

 

3

Value of the equipment purchased during the year (Rs. In lakhs)

-

-

UGC-XIth Plan

Sport Equipment Grant

 

TheCo-curricularactivitiesare carriedout in Auditorium. An open air stageis available for publicfunctions and cultural activities.

4.2 Computerization ofadministrationand library:

The Coordinator of NRC department looks afterthemaintenance ofthecomputersanditsaccessories.Ifany problemarisesinany ofthecomputers,a computer technician from Pacific Incorporation, Nanded, is called to solve the problem.EverydaytheNRC Coordinatorgoesthroughthecomplaintslip andtakesnecessary stepstomaintaintheinstrumentsingoodcondition.Periodicalmeasures aretaken to maintain books and journals in the libraryin good condition.

·           Thelibraryprovides open access to staffand students.

·           Atthebeginningofeverysemester,theLibrarianaddressesthestudents,explainingthe methods of using thelibraryresources.

·         Journals and magazines arekept in open racks.

·         Thelibrarianandtwolibraryassistantsensuretheuseandsecurityofresourcesinthe library.

4.3 Library Services

 

Existing

Newly Added

Total

 

No.

Value

No.

Value

No.

Value

Text Books & Others

10292    

1460607      

1344

324559

11636

1785166

Reference Books

386

  257479

  82

   76605

468

  334084

e-books

00

00

00

00

00

00

Journals

 

 

 

 

 

 

e-journals

 

 

 

 

 

 

Digital database

 

 

 

 

 

 

CD & Videos

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bound Volume Periodicals

423

 

48

 

471

 

4.4 Technologyup gradation (overall)

 

Total

Computers

Computer

Labs

 

Internet

Browsing

Centers

Computer

Centers

 

Office

Departments

Existing

20

-

-

-

-

3

-

Added

4

-

-

        -

         -

      -

      -

Total

24

-

-

-

-

3

-

4.5Computer,Internetaccess,trainingtoteachersandstudentsandanyotherprogrammefor technologyupgradation(Networking, e-Governanceetc.)

·          The teachers and the students make ample use of the computer access provided in the NRC Department.

·          StudentsareencouragedtomakeuseofcomputersforPowerPointPresentationsoftheir seminars and projects.

·          Internetbrowsingis availableforteachersandstudentsattheInternetCentrefreeofcostin the NRC department.

4.6  Amountspent on maintenance in lakhs :

i)   ICT                                                 : 104,371

ii)CampusInfrastructureandfacilities          : 139166

iii) Equipments                                         : 1,491,459.06

                        Total                                          : 1,734,996

Criterion–V

5.StudentSupport andProgression

5.1   Contribution ofIQAC inenhancing awareness aboutStudent SupportServices

·          InternalQuality AssuranceCell(IQAC)monitors the arrangement of curricular, co-curricular and other student centered activities.

·          IQAChelpedtheNetwork Resource Centertoprovide Xerox facility to the faculty and the students.  ·          Remedialcoachingextendedtoeconomically weakerstudentsandpersonalcounseling given byCounselors andTeachers minimizedthe dropout rate in the college.

·          Project assignments wereconducted at thedepartmental level.

·         The   institution   publishes   its   updated   prospectus   and   handbooks   annually.   The informationcontentisdisseminatedtostudentsatthebeginningofevery academicyear.TheIQACChairpersonexplainsthesalientaspectsof thevalue of quality enhancement of the students.  The NSS department explainsthebenefitsofperformingextensionactivities.TheHeads ofDepartment explain thecourse material and question pattern.

5.2 Efforts madebythe institution fortracking theprogression

·           It is in the form of informal communication with the students and the parents the

               institution attempts to collect information regarding the progress of the students.

·          Thefaculty helps students with various means to help the students with various means to have the overall personalitydevelopment.

·         Competitiveexaminations taken from time to time help students get employment opportunities.

·         Everydepartment maintains a register for recording the progress of students.

5.3 (a)Total Number ofstudents:

Programme

MaleStudents

FemaleStudents

Total Numberof students

 

 

 

 

 

UG

175

 

71

 

246

PG &M.Phil.

 

 

 

 

 

Ph.D.

 

 

 

TOTAL

 

 

 

Last Year

This Year

General

SC

ST

OBC

Others

Total

 

General

SC

ST

OBC

Others

Total

 

115

60

02

14

19

210

 

135

64

06

16

25

246

 

Demand Ratio-1:1                               Drop out Ratio-28.12%

5.4 Details of student support mechanismforcoaching forcompetitive examinations:

Coaching classes for competitive examinations were arranged by Career Counseling                                                        Cell.

No. ofstudents beneficiaries             130

5.5 No. ofstudents qualified inthese examin

  NET                            SET/SLET                               GATE                        CAT 

  IAS/IPC etc                 STATE PSC                            UPSC                      Others 

5.6 Detailsofstudentcounselingand careerguidance

The Competitive Examination Cellarranges competitive examinations for the students.Itis during this academic year the Cell arranged two competitive examinations.The sole intention of these examinations is to propagatetheidea of the needfor trainingoneselffor employment,horningone‘sskillsand acquiringadditionalskills,especially communicationskills,arethekey activitiesoftheCareer GuidanceandCompetitive ExaminationCell.Inaddition,thefollowingaretheinitiativesduringthisacademic year.

A special programme was organized to acquaint the students with various grey areas related to such kind of examinations. In this regard a guest lecture by Dr. M. R. Joshi was arranged on 25th July 2012. In his address to the students M. R. Joshi talked about the importance of arithmetic and Mental ability in the competitive examinations. On 5th March 2013 another guest lecture by M. R. Joshi was organized, who acquainted the students with the nature of the Civil Services and the importance of Aptitude Test while appearing for such examinations.

No. ofstudents benefitted-215

5.7 Details ofcampus placement

 

On campus

 

OffCampus

Numberof

OrganizationsVisited

NumberofStudents

Participated

Numberof

Students Placed

NumberofStudents

Placed

--

--

--

--

5.8 Details of gender sensitization programmes

·         Women Cell of the college in collaboration with NSS organized Awakening the consciousness of Savitri’s Daughters was arranged. On this eve Mr. S. V. Virbhadre, Sharadchandra College, Naigaon gave a fruitful guidance to the girl students.

·         World Women Day, a special programme was arranged for the girl students. An elocution competition on Women Empowerment: present condition and challenges was organized.

5.9 Students Activities

5.9.1     No. ofstudents participated in Sports, Games and otherevents:

Sports—State/University level      50          National level       01       International level

Cultural:  State/University level       13            National level                      International level

5.9.2 No. of medals /awards won by students in Sports, Games and other events

Sports—State/University level         01        National level                      International level

Cultural:  State/University level       --        National level                        International level

5.10 Scholarshipsand Financial Support

 

Number of

students

Amount

Financial support from institution

 

 

Financial support from government

 

717,057

5.11    Student organized /initiatives

Fairs         : State/ Universitylevel        -           National level     -    International level

Exhibition: State/ Universitylevel       -      National level      -     International level

5.12    No. ofsocial initiativesundertaken bythe students   10

5.13 Majorgrievances ofstudents (if any) redressed:   Nil

Criterion–VI

6.  Governance,LeadershipandManagement

6.1 Statethe Vision and Missionofthe institution

Vision  of  ACS  Col lege:

Our Vision

‘Sa Vidya ya Vimuktaye‘

It is truly said that the education that liberates is true education.

It is with this vision the Institution supports the students with Guidance, Support and Development.

* Guidance: Thecommitment of the Godavari Manar Charitable Trust, Shankarnagar is towards

                      the welfare of students from rural society. The institution aims at proper guidance as

                     a measure to inculcate awareness among the students about the importance of higher 

                     education for their own personality development.

* Support:  The institution aims at providing equal opportunities and ensures support without  

                     Prejudice for gender, class, caste and economic status.

*Development: The Institution aims at facilitating the students with required academic and moral

                           Support for fine tuning the development of the economically weaker section of the

                           society.

OurMission

·         To encourage educational development by providing higher education facilities to the educationally and economically backward sections of rural society.

·         To establish educational institutes from preliminary to higher level wherever deemed fit.

6.2 Does theInstitutionhaveamanagementInformation System? Yes.

6.3 Qualityimprovementstrategies adoptedbytheinstitutionforeach of thefollowing:

6.3.1   CurriculumDevelopment

·      In addition to the regular teaching-learning activities, the students are provided with additional guidance and reference material to enrich the curriculum prescribed by the university.

·          The students are provided with computer access and reading room facility.

·       Completion and implementation of university curriculum in time bound manner.

6.3.2   Teaching andLearning

·         LCD-enabledteaching-learningprocesshasmadestudentsactive participants inthe classroom.

·          Apart from classroom interaction, thefollowing methods areused.

·          Meaningfullearningisinitiatedthroughguidedteachingandguidedlibraryassignments, internal examinations and additional notes.

·         Co-operative learning is facilitated through informalgroup discussions,  involvement of students in curricular and co-curricualar activities including N.S.S. and participation in various games.

6.3.3   Examination andEvaluation

·          Semester system with ContinuousInternal Assessment (CIA)is followed.

·         ThePrincipalandtheHeadsofDepartmentmonitortheperformanceofthestudentsby making an analysisaftereveryinternal test and external examination.

·         Theteachersmakeananalysisoftheperformanceofstudentsaftereveryinternaltest and external examinationin departmental meetings.

·           TheperformanceofstudentsisanalyzedinAcademicCouncilmeetingafter the declaration of the results.

6.3.4   Research and Development

Researchisasignificantactivity ofthecollege.Duringthisacademicyeartenresearch papers were published inNationalandInternationalJournals.Three research papers were published in e- journal and 1opapers were presented in NationalSeminars andConferences.One researchscholarhas obtainedtheir Ph.D. fromthe researchcenterallotted by the University.Three minorprojectswerecompletedby the teachers.Three teachers have participatedinOrientationProgrammesandRefresher Courses. FiveBooks have been published.  Two teachers have been recognized as researchguidesby Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University andthenumberofresearchguideshas risen to 9.

6.3.5   Admission of Students

Studentsare selectedforadmissiononthebasisofpastacademicrecord,interviewsoracombinationofthesetwodependingonthecoursetowhichadmissionis sought.Dalits,womenstudents,poorstudentsandfirstgenerationlearnersaregivenpreference inadmission.Asthecollegeisanaidedinstitution,admission ofstudentsisdoneasper Governmentnorms.

Teaching

-

Non teaching

-

Students

-

6.4 Welfareschemes for

6.5 Total corpus fund generated  ---

6.6 Whetherannual financialaudithas been done :- Yes
6.7 WhetherAcademicand AdministrativeAudit (AAA)has been done?

AuditType                       External                                  Internal

 

Yes/No

Agency

Yes/No

Authority

Academic

 

 

Yes

IQAC

Administrative

 

 

Yes

IQAC

6.8 Does the Autonomous College declareresultswithin 30 days?

ForUGProgrammes       Yes       -     No      

ForPG Programmes       Yes           No

6.9   What effortsare madebythe CollegeforExamination Reforms?

·         The examination department conducts two internal tests in each semester and two university level examinations. The controller of the examinations looks after the timely declaration of the results and maintains strict discipline in these examinations.

·         The mark statements, hall tickets, processing of examination application forms, allocation ofregister numbers andseating arrangements havebeen managed manually by the examination department including the non-teaching staff.

·         The priority is given to the maintenance of the impartiality in the evaluation process.The examination department monitors the process.Both internalassessmentandexternalassessmentare carriedoutina systematic manner with objectivity.The teaching facultyhelpthe Controller ofExaminations ensuresecurityand confidentialityof theevaluation system.

6.10 What effortsare madebythe Universityto promote autonomyin theaffiliated/constituent colleges?

Theuniversityprovides allthe necessarysupport to thecollege.

6.11 Activities and support from the Alumni Association:

The faculty always remains in touch with the alumni of the college and in an informal manner collects the feedback from the alumni and provides valuable output to the administrator. It ultimately helps in the provision of additional facilities for the overall personality development of the students.

6.12 Activities and support from the Parent– Teacher Association:

Parent-Teacher InformalMeetingshelptocommunicatethe parentsabout theperformance of their child and provide valuable guidance to the parents regarding the importance of their contribution in the overall personality development of the students.

6.13 Development programmes for support staff:

Fee concessions for wards of the staff.

Reservations of seats for wards of the Faculty.

Treatment of family members

6.14Initiatives taken bythe institutionto makethe campus eco-friendly:

·          Eco-friendlinessinthecampusisthepolicyofthecollege.

·          Use of tobacoo is prohibited in thecollege.

·          The N. S. S. department involves the students in the various activities so as to make the campus clean.

Criterion–VII

7.InnovationsandBest  Practices

7.1   Innovationsintroducedduringthisacademicyearwhichhavecreatedapositiveimpacton the functioning of theinstitution.

Innovation in Curriculum Design.

Ø Learner Centered Teaching

Ø Innovative Instructional Methods

Ø English Club activities

Ø Innovative techniques in Assessment

Ø Inclusiveness and Diversity

Ø Innovation in Infrastructural Planning

Ø Innovative to be socially responsible

Ø Other innovations that impacted the functioning of the college

Ø Computerization of Library is in Progress

Ø No- frill Accounts

7.2  ProvidetheActionTakenReport(ATR)basedontheplanofactiondecideduponat  the beginning oftheyear.

·         As per the Plan the following activities have been taken place during the Academic year

·         2012-13

·         Community centered activities have been taken place through N. S. S.

·         Remedialclasseswereconductedtohelptheslowlearnersimprovetheiracademic performance.

·         AcademicAuditwasconducted.2meetingswereheldtofacilitateinteractionbetweenIQAC and the faculty of Departments.

·           The faculty is motivated to attendQualitynational seminars andinternational conferences.

7.3 Give two Best Practices of the institution:

Best Practice: I

Fostering Social Awareness through NSS Activities

Goal: To involve the students in various activities.

The Context: To make the students conscious about the various prevailing social issues through NSS and other activities arranged in the college to  inculcate among them certain Moral, Social and Practical concerns.

The Practice: Various programmes were organized throughout the year in the college and through NSS programmes. These include:

Programme

Activity

Birth Anniversary of Rajarshi Shahu Maharaj

A programme on Social Justice: Main speaker Dr. R. D. Shinde, Head, Political Science gave a fruitful guidance to the students.

Late Hon. Shankarraoji Chavan’s Birth Anniversary

Life and work of Shankarraoji Chavan- a speech by Dr. V. M. Ratnalikar, Head Dept. of Marathi.

Revolution Day

Arrangement of programmes like campus cleanliness and patriotic songs.

Independence Day

Programmes like Flag Hoistation, tree plantation and unveiling of Wall Posters were arranged.

Teacher’s Day Celebration

Dr. Sharadchandra Degloor, dept. of Marathi gave a fruitful guidance to the students.

NSS Week

Arrangement of various programmes like Marathwada Mukti Din, Removal of Blind Faith and Scientific Point of View, Unveiling of Wall Posters, Smoking Prohibition etc.

Wall Poster

Unveiling of Wall Poster on Aids awareness. prepared by the students

Awakening the Consciousness of Savitribai Phule’s Daughters

Mr. S. V. Virbhadre, Sharadchandra College, Naigaon gave a fruitful guidance to the students, especially the girl students.

Youth Day

Dr. U. K. Gore gave a fruitful guidance on the inspiring moment in the life of Swami Vivekananda. On this occasion the NSS students talked about their hopes and aspirations regarding their own personality development.

Indian Constitution

Dr. R. J. Gaikwad, Pansare College, Arjapur talked in length about Indian Constitution. In his speech he made the students about the fundamental duties and rights.

World Science Day

B.Sc. Third Year students presented a project highlighting the achievements in the field of science and technology. The chief guest Dr. Rao, Principal, Navodaya Vidyalaya, Shankarnagar gave a fruitful guidance to the students.

World Women Day

An elocution competition on “Women Empowerment-present condition and challenges” was organized in which the girl students participated voluntarily.

No any problems encountered and the success of the institution lies in the collective and voluntary involvement of the students in all the activities.

Contact:  The Principal

Arts, Commerce and Science College, Shankarnagar.

Tq. Biloli, Dist. Nanded, Maharashtra.

Phone No. 02465-267116

Email: acscollegeshankarnagar@gmail.com

Best Practice-II

Computer Training Programme for Non-Teaching Staff

Goal: To upgrade the office, library services and to provide the staffs with the latest advancements in computer applications.

The Context: The rural area location of the college laid the administration to arrange a special computer training programme for non-teaching staff.

The Practice: The library of the college is of immense value both for the teachers and the students. It is, in fact, the soul of all the academic activities which require quality enhancement. So the IQAC took initiative to equip the office staff and library staff with the latest innovations in the technology.

The Computer department of the college has undertaken training of the non-teaching staff of the college and sees that the staff becomes computer literate.

The college office also has chalked out the following programmers of the office staff.

1)      Basic Computer Training.

2)      Computer hardware/software training.

7.4 Contribution to environmental awareness / protection

Tree Plantation, College campus cleanliness, social justice programme, Anti-superstition, Necessity of Scientific attitude, Arrangement of group discussion on numbers of social issues. Gram Swachhata Abhiyan organized at Adampur, Tq. Biloli during 21 to 27 Feb. 2013, and arrangement of programmes for the people from the rural area.

7.5  Whetherenvironmental auditwas conducted?    Yes              No

7.6 Anyother relevant information theinstitutionwishes to add. (forexample SWOTAnalysis) S-Show your strength, W-Know your weaknesses, O- Know the possible opportunities, T- Know about the possible threats, means, odds or problems.

IQAC conductedacademic auditwhich served threeimportant purposes:

(i)        to facilitate SWOC analysisat theDepartmental level,

(ii)       tohelptheDepartmentsdocumentqualityenhancementactivitiesregularly, and

(iii)      toimplementqualityrelatedmeasuresintheforthcomingyears,especially beforethesecond cycle ofaccreditation in 2019—2020.

PART C

The plan of action chalked out by the IQAC in the beginning of the year towards quality enhancement.

·         To form a College website.

·         Arrangement of curricular and co-curricular activities.

·         Computerization of Library.

·         Arrangement of Community awareness programmes.

 
Name and Signature of the Coordinator,         Name and Signature of the Chairperson                                                    IQAC                                                                      IQAC      

Dr. Jayant S. Cherekar                                                        Dr. V. G. Patil