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AQAR 2013 to 2015

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/AQAR2014


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                             2013—2014

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 the

parents 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

·          Dr. D. R. Mane completed and submitted Minor Research Project entitled A critical study of Images in Nissim Ezekiel’s poetry.

·          Dr. A. M. Mane completed and submitted Minor Research Project entitled Inventarization of fish fauna of Degloor Dist. Nanded.

·         Dr. R. G. Hingole completed and submitted Minor Research Project entitledDomestic Violence against women and combat provision.

·         Dr. A. C. Sonkamble published a text book entitled Maharashtra Rural Administration.

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

11

03

 

Non-Peer Review Journals

 

-

          -

e-Journals

06

-

 

Conferenceproceedings

Nil

03

 

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.      1

Chapters in Edited Books       02

ii) Without ISBNNo.             -

3.8 No. ofUniversityDepartments receiving funds from

UGC-SAP                          CAS                           DST-FIST

DPE                         DBT Scheme/funds

3.9 For Colleges

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 conferences organized bythe Institution     Nil

Statelev

3.12 No. offacultyservedas experts, chairpersons orresourcepersons      05

3.13 No. ofcollaborations:      National                                                    

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

3.15 Total budget forresearchforcurrentyear in lakhs :

From Funding agency          -    Total    -            From Management ofCollege

3.16 No. ofpatents received thisyear:             -                                             -

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       10

and studentsregistered under them

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:


S. No

Programmes

No. of

Programmes

No. of

Villages

Total no. of

Beneficiaries

1

Importance of Blood Donation

01

01

200

2

Evils of Aids

01

01

250

3

Biography of Swami Vivekananda

01

01

100

4

Environment and Human Life

01

01

300

5

The Criminalization in Politics

01

01

150

6

Student Service Seminar (D. Ed.)

01

01

100

7

Dr. B. R. Ambedkar Mahaparinirvan Din

01

01

225

8

Challenges before Youth in the 21st Century

01

01

160

9

Thoughts of Swami Vivekananda

01

01

135

10

Contribution of Yeshwantrao Chavan in the making of Modern Maharashtra

05

01

100

11

Lokmanya Tilak and Annabhau Sathi: Person and Work

01

04

200

12

Dr. B. R. Ambedkar’s Caste Eradication Movement: An Introspection

03

02

150

 

Total

22

16

2070

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

12

-

UGC-XIth Plan College Dev. Lab. Reno.

3

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

2,582,412

-

UGC-Dev. Asst. XIIth Plan Grant

UGC IQAC XIIth Plan Grant

 

4.2 Computerization ofadministrationand library:

The Coordinator of NRC department looks afterthemaintenance ofthecomputersanditsaccessories.The Coordinator also helps the departments like UGC, Examination and staff in the maintenance of documentation, provision of print outs etc. The Coordinator also looks after the students availing computer facility and explains the procedure to be adopted to handle the computers. He also helps the staff by means of provision of information about the handling of the computers.

·    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

11636

1785166

257

42700

11893

1827866

Reference Books

468

334084

07

5889

475

339973

e-books

00

00

00

00

00

00

Journals

 

 

 

 

 

 

e-journals

 

 

 

 

 

 

Digital database

 

 

 

 

 

 

CD & Videos

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bound Volume Periodicals

471

 

50

 

521

 

4.4 Technologyup gradation (overall)

 

Total

Computers

Computer

Labs

 

Internet

Browsing

Centers

Computer

Centers

 

Office

Departments

Existing

24

-

3

0

1

1

8

Added

12

-

0

        0

         0

      1

      0

Total

36

-

3

0

1

2

8

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

·          Expansion   of   E-technology has   enhanced   the   use   of   computers   in   curriculum

             development, teaching-learning, evaluation andresearch.

·          StudentsareencouragedtomakeuseofcomputersforPowerPointPresentationsoftheir seminars and projects.

·          Internetbrowsingis availableforteachersandstudentsattheInternetCentrefreeofcostin the NRC department.

4.6  Amountspent on maintenance in lakhs :

i)   ICT                                              : 62,692

ii)Campus Infrastructure and facilities    : 3,564

iii) Equipments                                      : 2,582,412

                                         Total                      :  2,648,668

Criterion–V

5.StudentSupport andProgression

5.1   Contribution ofIQAC inenhancing awareness aboutStudent SupportServices

·          InternalQuality AssuranceCell(IQAC)monitors and evaluates the documentation provided by the staff for the preparation AQAR.

·          IQACinformed the students about the expectations from the students in the quality maintenance and enhancement process.

·         Remedialcoachingextendedtoeconomically weakerstudentsandpersonalcounseling given byTeachers 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 NSS department explainsthebenefitsofperformingextensionactivities.TheHeads ofDepartment explain thecourse material and question pattern.

5.2 Efforts madebythe institution fortracking theprogression

·          It is through the output in the form of the results in the internal examinations the institution suggested the staff to track the progression of the students and follow certain adequate measures to help the students succeed in the University level examinations.

·          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

226

 

126

 

352

PG &M.Phil.

 

 

 

 

 

Ph.D.

   

 

TOTAL

 

 

 

 

Last Year

This Year

General

SC

ST

OBC

Others

Total

 

General

SC

ST

OBC

Others

Total

 

135

64

06

16

25

246

 

207

78

09

25

33

352

 

                       Demand Ratio-1:1                               Drop out Ratio-39.15

5.4 Details of student support mechanismforcoaching forcompetitive examinations:

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

No. ofstudents beneficiaries

5.5 No. ofstudents qualified inthese examinations

NET                                 SET/SLET                 GATE               CAT      IAS/IPC etc                    STATE PSC                 UPSC                   Others

5.6 Detailsofstudentcounselingand careerguidance

The PlacementCelliscontinuingitsactivitiestoguidethestudentstowardsmeaningful jobsasthelogicalcorollarytotheireducationalpursuits.Itisverygratifyingtorecordthatmany studentsgetemploymentafter the completion of their studieson their own efforts.Efforts to propagatetheidea of the needfor trainingoneselffor employment,horningone‘sskillsand acquiringadditionalskills,especially communicationskills,arethekey activitiesoftheCareer GuidanceandPlacementCell.Inaddition,thefollowingaretheinitiativesduringthisacademic

Year 2013-14 Mr. Mahesh Bhure, Director of CAFCE Talent Search, New Delhi, gave a valuable guidance to the students regarding the benefits of various types of competitive examinations for the overall future personality development of the students.

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

·         Participation of Bage Sarojini and Ku. Basawade Parnita Sambhajirao in University level workshop from 17th to 19th December 2013.

·         International women day was celebrated on 8th march 2014. On this eve speech competition was organized, the girl students of our college enthusiastically participated in the programme.

5.9 Students Activities

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

Sports—State/University level     44           National level                  International level

 Cultural:  State/University level      25         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          05        National level  --         International level 

5.10 Scholarshipsand Financial Support

 

Number of

students

Amount

Financial support from institution

 

Nil

Financial support from government

117

126,369

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   05

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?     Yes.

6.3 Qualityimprovementstrategies adoptedbytheinstitutionforeach of thefollowing:

6.3.1   CurriculumDevelopment

·       Arrangement of extra coaching in informal manner and the provision of notes and question banks.

·          Provision of e-resource study material to the students.

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

6.3.2   Teaching andLearning

·         More stress was laid onICT-enabledteaching-learningprocess coupled with traditional approach.

·          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.Duringthisacademicyearforteenresearch papers were published inNationalandInternationalJournals. The faculty also published five research papers in e-journals.Threepapers were presented in NationalSeminars andConferences.One researchscholarhas obtainedtheir Ph.D. fromthe researchcenterallotted by the University.Three minorprojectswerecompletedby the teachers.Three teachers were participatedinRefresher Courses and two teachers were participated in staff-training programmes. FourBooks/Proceedings have been published.  

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 Officeof theController ofExaminationhasdonecomputerizationof theentire examinationsystem.On-line examination,on-lineregistrationofexaminationformsand uploadingthesemesterexaminationresultsarecarriedoutasper schedulementionedin the CollegeCalendar.

·         The mark statements, hall tickets, processing of examination application forms, allocation ofregister numbers andseating arrangement havebeen computerized.

·           Thehighest parameterofefficiencywith regardtothe evaluation process inthe collegeis honestyandimpartiality.Thecollegeenjoystheutmostcredibility inthisaspect.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:

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:

·          Eco-friendlinessinthecampusisthepolicyofthecollege.

·          Use of tobacoo is prohibited in thecollege.

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 Computerization of Library is in Progress

7.2  ProvidetheActionTakenReport(ATR)basedontheplanofactiondecideduponat  the beginning oftheyear.

*As per the Plan the following activities have been taken place during the Academic year 2013-14

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

·               Remedialclasseswereconductedtohelptheslowlearnersimprovetheiracademic performance.

·           AcademicAuditwasconducted.2meetingswereheldtofacilitateinteractionbetween

              IQAC and the faculty of Departments.

·         The faculty is motivated to attendQualitynational seminars andinternational conferences.

7.4 Give two Best Practices of the institution.

Best Practice-I

Career Counseling Cell

Goal: Goal: The object of conducting Career Guidance and Counseling Centre (CGCC) in college for all students to prepare them against various types of competitive examination, Interview techniques, soft skill development & enhance the overall personality in addition to the prescribed syllabus of classes. The student gets opportunity to prepare various subjects necessary for MPSC, UPSC competitive examinations. Also there is general knowledge subject for second year students.

The Context: The rural area location of the college, lack of industrial support and placement cell resulted in have the Career Guidance Cell in the college with UGC support. It is in collaboration with Competitive Examination Cell the institution arranges competitive examinations twice in a year and also arranges guidance from the experts to make the students acquainted with nature of such examinations so as to encourage and motivate the students to face such examinations for the better future.

The Practice: The practice & implementation of competitive examinations are becoming effective & interesting to the students. The Career Guidance Cell in collaboration with Competitive Examination Cell arranges examinations twice in a year. An expertise by Mr. Mahesh Bhure, Director-CAFCE, New Delhi was organized on 8th October 2013 to acquaint the students with nature of competitive examinations and the requirement on the part of the students to prepare from the very beginning itself so as to achieve success in such examinations. The Cell also arranged guidance on Civil Services and Aptitude Test by M. R. Joshi on 5th March 2013.

Evidence of Success:  CGCC has working been since last two years in college for all students who are interested and want to make career through competitive examination contact session, group discussion, PPT, lectures on different subjects organized in college, regularly students used books, internets, newspapers in this centre. They are taking these things seriously along with their regular subjects. The students are happy & satisfied with CGCC education. They are finding their future & career through this centre.

Problems encountered and resources required: Essential measures are adopted to fulfill the requirements of the students in this centre. It requires both human and financial support for the centre to run appropriately. A collection of fees is required for an essential expenditure such as programme organization, T.A. D. A., printing photography and other miscellaneous expenditure.

Best Practice: II- Participatory Learning

Goal: To make students totally involved in the teaching-learning process, alternate teaching techniques supplementing the traditional lecture methods must be involved. The educational background and the local surrounding require a judicious mixture of traditional and innovative teaching approach. All categories of students (Slow & Advanced learners) must benefit from the change and must be motivated to learn on their own. The students must be the active seekers and not the passive recipients. The lesson plans need to be organized to make teaching exercise an interesting and exciting affair.

The Context: The approach of the students clearly indicated that the chalk and talk method is totally inadequate. The changes in the University curriculum require involvement of the students in the process of education. Innovative, application oriented and skill-based syllabi have been introduced in almost all the disciplines. These papers cannot be taught by traditional methods alone. Hence the teaching process requires a change so as to involve the students in the process of education.

The Practice: The students are involved in Project assignments, group discussions, seminars and wall paper presentation on the part of the students. Some of the departments also arranged small study tours so as make the students aware of the socio-economic problems. Science departments and English department followed LCD in order to make the students aware of the importance to technological approach in the teaching-learning process.

This sort of approach in teaching-learning process resulted to be very fruitful in making the students conscious of the approach they have to follow. The innovative techniques introduced by almost all the departments resulted in creating an interest among the students. The students participated voluntarily in all the activities like presentation, power point presentation and group discussions, Seminar etc.

Evidence of Success: The key words of Vision Document-2020 like Guidance, Development and Support resulted in introspective analysis of the self and teaching methodologies that one follows among the teaching faculty. It enabled them to adopt student centric approach in order to make the students learn on their own. No doubt, the socio-economic and weak educational background of the student still requires traditional approach. But making the students realize about the changing global scenario ultimately resulted in having a judicious combination of traditional and innovative approach by the faculty. Teachers have been challenged to update themselves on emerging areas through website visiting, as they have to act as facilitators and guides.

This sort of approach has also been welcomed by the students and is now actively involved in interacting with the teachers, enjoying and getting benefited by participatory learning.

Problems encountered and Resources required: Workshops and Seminars had to be organized to bring about attitudinal changes among the teachers and to impress on them the effectiveness of methodologies as teaching tools, other than the lecture method. Teachers have to be trained in the usage of ICT for preparing teaching aids.

The management had to invest in procuring LCDs, OHPs, Educational CDs, Hardware and Software. The faculty and the students must be provided with browsing centers, provision of more infrastructural facilities and additional systems to enhance the teaching methodology.

Contact:  The Principal

Arts, Commerce and Science College, Shankarnagar.

Tq. Biloli, Dist. Nanded, Maharashtra.

Phone No. 02465-267116

Email: acscollegeshankarnagar@gmail.com

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

·         Sidharth Gawande and Avinash Kinalkar participated in “Cleanliness and Water supply” Taluka level elocution competition organized by the Govt. of Maharashtra. Avinash Kinalkar won the first prize whereas Sidharth Gawande won the third prize.

·         Blood Donation Camp, Drug abuse, Campus Cleanliness, 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 provide Management room to the IQAC department.

·         Improvement in Research and extension.

·         Improvement in Library services.

·         Arrangement of Yoga coaching to the staff and the students.

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. V.M.Ratnalikar

Tel. No. with STD Code: 024622267116

Mobile:  09421850421

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

1.6 Accreditation Details

Web-link ofthe AQAR:                             

http://www.acsshankarnagar.org/AQAR2014

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                             2014—2015

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

·         To provide Management room to the IQAC department.

 

The Management of the college decided to allot Management room to the IQAC department.  

·         Improvement in research and extension.

 

The staff of the college has been advised to concentrate on the post-doctoral research activities. 

·         Improvement in Library services.

 

Computerization of Library has been taken place. Data feeding and indexing of the books is in progress. Additional Books and Journals were subscribed to enrich the library.

·         Arrangement of Yoga coaching to the staff and the students..

The sport unit of the college arranged Yoga coaching by the external experts for the students and the staff.

            * 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 provided adequate infrastructural facilities as per the NAAC suggestions.

# The Management suggested IQAC to organize a programme by the external expert to

         acquaint the faculty with the IQAC norms.

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:

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.     No

Criterion–II

2.Teaching,LearningandEvaluation

Total

Asst. Professors

Associate Professors

Professors

Others

30

17

12

 

01

2.1 Total No. of permanent faculty

2.2 No. ofpermanent facultywith Ph.D.       22

Asst.

Professors

Associate

Professors

Professors

Others

Total

R

V

R

V

R

V

R

V

R

V

--

2

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

2

 

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 Seminar/Conference

05

32

06

Presented papers

02

20

02

ResourcePersons

-

 

03

2.6 Innovative processesadoptedbythe institutionin Teachingand Learning:

Teachers are encouraged to use innovative teaching methodologies. Various activities are organized by NSS, and Women Cell through which the students get an exposure to diverse social problems, innovations in cultural activities and sportsmanship spirit their impact and the intervention strategies practiced by the organisations to mitigate the same.

Assignments given to the students encourage them to read. They also understand the importance of referencing and to cite the same. Students also learn through presentations. They are encouraged to use audio-visuals and computer technology in their presentation.

2.7   TotalNo.ofactual teachingdays duringthisacademicyear

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

Institution follows rules and regulations for evaluation reforms of the SRTMU, Nanded

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

2.10 Average percentage ofattendanceofstudents

Details ofsemesterresults: Course wise result B. A., B. Com., B.Sc             76%

Course

2014-15

 

T

A

P

%

B.A.I

77

57

51

89.47

B.AII

44

43

42

95.34

B.A.III

41

41

36

87.80

B.Com. I

63

55

54

98.18

B.Com.II

56

56

55

98.21

B.Com. III

27

27

27

100

B.Sc. I

57

46

42

91.30

B.Sc. II

41

41

40

97.56

B.Sc.III

27

26

26

100

2.12 HowdoesIQACContribute/Monitor/EvaluatetheTeaching&Learningprocesses:

# Byconductingacademic auditthrough interaction with Departments

# Bysuggestingtoconductofremedialprogrammes 183

2.13 Initiativesundertakentowards facultydevelopment

Faculty/StaffDevelopmentProgrammes

Numberoffacultybenefitted

Refreshercourses

07

UGC– Faculty ImprovementProgramme

-

HRDprogrammes

-

Orientationprogrammes

-

Facultyexchange programme

-

Stafftrainingconducted bythe university

-

Stafftrainingconducted byotherinstitutions

 

Summer/Winterschools, Workshops,etc.

09

Others(Short Term)

10

2.14 Details ofAdministrativeand Technicalstaff

 

Category

Number of Permanent Employees

Number of Vacant Positions

Number of Permanent Positions Filled during the year

 

Number of Positions filled Temporarily

AdministrativeStaff

30

 

02

Nil

Nil

TechnicalStaff

 

Nil

 

Nil

 

Nil

 

Nil

Criterion–III

3.Research,ConsultancyandExtension

3.1 Initiativesofthe IQACinSensitizing/PromotingResearch Climatein the institution

·         Dr. A. C. Sonkamble published a reference book entitled Globalization & Public Administration Pros and Cons.

·          Dr. D. V. Jamkar published a research paper entitled Toxicity Stress and lethan concentration of Methoxychlor and dieleiran to sankehead fish channa punctatus.

·          Dr. A. C. Sonkamble published a research paper entitled Information Technology and Clarity in Public Administration.

·          Dr. H. V. Bakshi published two research papers entitledDehydration Behavior of Natural Scolecite andStructural Studies of Natrolite By Solid State High Resolution Si NMR Soectrisciot

·          Dr. A. M. Mane published two research papers entitled Climate Change and its Impact on Maharashtra and Limnology andBiodiversity of Fish Fauna in Karadkhed Revervoir, Maharashtra.

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

-

-

 

Non-Peer Review Journals

 

-

-

e-Journals

01

-

 

Conferenceproceedings

-

09

 

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

2014

UGC

00

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

00

00

3.7 No. ofbooks published    i) WithISBN No.      -

Chapters in Edited Books       -

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 No. of conferences organized bythe Institution

Level

International

National

State

University

College

Number

0

0

0

          0

0

Sponsoring

agencies

-

 

-

 

 

-

     -

 

 

-

3.12 No. offacultyservedas experts, chairpersons orresourcepersons      05

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        -

3.16 No. ofpatents received thisyear:

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       10       and studentsregistered under them

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     Statelevel      -

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:

S. No

Programmes

No. of

Programmes

No. of

Villages

Total no. of

Beneficiaries

1

Child Death: An evil: Inauguration of Wall Poster and a Speech

01

01

250

2

World Women Day

01

01

200

3

Policy insurance of Agriculture

01

01

300

4

Importance of Toilet less Village: Health Awareness

01

01

200

5

Constitution Day

01

01

                                                250

6

Importance of personal and public Health

01

01

350

7

Importance of English Language Competence for better future

01

01

150

8

Importance of Republic Day: An awareness of human rights

01

01

       450

9

Aids Week Celebration

01

01

250

10

Yoga Campaign

01

01

75

11

Village Cleanliness

01

01

50

12

Drainage Cleanliness

01

01

80

 

Total

 

 

2605

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

 

-

-

UGC-XIIth Merged Scheme (Toilet Constr.)

 

 

-

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

-

-

UGC-Additional Asst. GrantXIth Plan

 

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

11893    

1827866      

462

118292

12355

1946158

Reference Books

475

339973

08

  2764

483

342737

e-books

00

00

00

00

00

00

Journals

 

 

 

 

 

 

e-journals

 

 

 

 

 

 

Digital database

 

 

 

 

 

 

CD & Videos

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bound Volume Periodicals

521

 

52

 

573

 

4.4 Technologyup gradation (overall)

 

Total

Computers

Computer

Labs

 

Internet

Browsing

Centers

Computer

Centers

 

Office

Departments

Existing

36

-

24

1

0

1

7

Added

-

-

-

        -

         0

      -

          1

Total

36

-

24

1

0

1

8

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

·          Some of the  departments  havebeen  provided  with  computers,  and a Printer.

Expansion   of   E-technology has   enhanced   the   use   of   computers   in   curriculum  development, teaching-learning, evaluation andresearch.

·         StudentsareencouragedtomakeuseofcomputersforPowerPointPresentationsoftheir seminars and projects.

·          Internetbrowsingis availableforteachersandstudentsattheInternetCentrefreeofcostin the NRC department.

4.6  Amountspent on maintenance in lakhs :

i)   ICT                                                       : 89,733

ii)CampusInfrastructureandfacilities              : 68,294

iii) Equipments

                 Total                                          :  1, 58,027     

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 NSS 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

308

 

122

 

430

PG &M.Phil.

--

--

--

--

--

Ph.D.

--

--

--

TOTAL

308

122

430

 

Last Year

This Year

General

SC

ST

OBC

Others

Total

 

General

SC

ST

OBC

Others

Total

 

207

78

09

25

33

352

 

213

88

24

57

51

433

 

Demand Ratio-1:1                                            Drop out Ratio-48.22%

5.4 Details of student support mechanismforcoaching forcompetitive examinations:

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

No. ofstudents beneficiaries

5.5 No. ofstudents qualified inthese examinations

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

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

5.6 Detailsofstudentcounselingand careerguidance

No. ofstudents benefitted

5.7 Details ofcampus placement      240

 

On campus

 

OffCampus

Numberof

OrganizationsVisited

NumberofStudents

Participated

Numberof

Students Placed

NumberofStudents

Placed

--

--

--

--

5.8 Details of gender sensitization programmes

·         Women Cell of the college organized a rally against Dowry Eradication.

·         World Women Day was celebrated by the Women Cell of the College. A special programme on gender sensitization was organized in which the girl students were given information about the care they have to take.

5.9 Students Activities

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

Sports—State/University level       56         National level      01        International level

Cultural:  State/University level       27         National level                      International level

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

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

Cultural:  State/University level         03       National level       --             International level

5.10 Scholarshipsand Financial Support

 

Number of students

Amount

Financial support from institution

 

 

Financial support from government

231

397,955

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‘

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

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

providing e-resource study material to the students.

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

6.3.2   Teaching andLearning

ICT-enabledteaching-learningprocesshasmadestudentsactive participants intheclassroom.

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.-papers were presented in NationalSeminars andConferences.One researchscholarhas obtainedtheir Ph.D. fromthe researchcenterallotted by the University.Two minorprojectsweresubmittedby the teachers in their respective areas.- teachers have participatedinOrientationProgrammesandRefresher Courses. FourBooks/Proceedings have been published.  

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 for6.5 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 Officeof theController ofExaminationhasdonecomputerizationof theentire examinationsystem.On-line examination,on-lineregistrationofexaminationformsand uploadingthesemesterexaminationresultsarecarriedoutasper schedulementionedin the CollegeCalendar.

   The  mark  statements,  hall  tickets,  processing  of  examination  application  forms, allocation ofregister numbers andseating arrangement havebeen computerized.

   Thehighest parameterofefficiencywith regardtothe evaluation process inthe collegeis honestyandimpartiality.Thecollegeenjoystheutmostcredibility inthisaspect.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:

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:

 Eco-friendlinessinthecampusisthepolicyofthecollege.

 Use of tobacoo is prohibited in thecollege.

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 Innovative to be socially responsible

Ø Computerization of Library is in Progress

Ø Educational Tours

7.2  ProvidetheActionTakenReport(ATR)basedontheplanofactiondecideduponat  the beginning oftheyear.

*As per the Plan the following activities have been taken place during the Academic year 2013-14

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

·         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

Yoga: A way to stress free life.

Goal:  To make the faculty and the students conscious about secret of living a stress free life.

The Context: The College Sports Department organized this practice to make realize the faculty and the students about the importance of Yoga for a stress free life. The realization that most of the staff members even in the age of forty suffer from sugar problem, blood pressure and some other such diseases resulted in putting forth this practice to make them aware of the fact that one can live a carefree life if one follows yoga regularly.

The Practice: The College sports unit organized Yoga activities throughout the year. Dr. B. P. Jadhav, The Director of Sports arranged on yoga Camp in which the eminent yoga Teacher Mr. Sarpate explained the importance of Yoga through various practical demonstrations.  The Sports Director Dr. B. P. Jadhav himself demonstrated some yoga activities before the students. The yoga trainer assured all that many serious illnesses can be cured with the practice of yoga.

The Evidence of Success: It was found after some days of practicing Yoga, that most of the staff members were benefited with fine results in regards to common bodily complaints. We have also got the oral feedback of benefit from the students who were the part of the yoga camp.

 Problems encountered and the resources required :  In the beginning the participants were reluctant to follow the stern discipline maintained during the camp but as the time rolled it became  habitual for everyone to adapt themselves to the situation. We were not prepared for such a camp because the camp was held indoors. In fact it should be an open to air activity.  It requires a separate Yoga demonstration hall.

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

Institutionalizing the Mentoring System

Goal: The College would like to achieve the vision of the institution-to encourage educational development by providing higher education facilities to the educationally and economically backward sections of rural society.

The Context: The College had earlier teachers on various committees, they were in charge of Students Welfare, NSS, Exam Committee etc., it is through these committees the academic progress of the students was monitored, with not much opportunity to look into the strengths and weaknesses in the personal life of the students and guide them accordingly. To overcome this problem, the mentoring system was adopted by the college.

The students being at a vulnerable age tend to be rebellious. The mentor, with constant counseling helps them to cope with their personal problems. This helps the student to be closer to the teacher in charge.

The mentors also strike a balance between the students coming from different strata of society thus creating an environment of self-respect and respect for others.

The practice:

The Mentoring System was introduced to monitor student progression both in academics and help students deal with issues related to life on campus and also give guidance related to their personal issues; each member of the faculty is assigned students belonging to his department. Each student is required to meet his/her mentor in a one-on-one session at least three times every semester. If the mentor feels that his/her mentee requires additional help, he/she is recommended for remedial coaching. The mentor also guides students on matters relating to higher education and careers. The mentor also identifies students who need financial assistance and attempts to provide it on his own. The mentoring system enables students and teachers to establish a sound relationship which ultimately helps the students to understand their role in the college.

Evidence of Success:

·         Mentoring has been proved to be the ideal system as it has brought a typical change in the students regarding the academics and behavioral aspects.

·         There is a significant change and marked improvement in the students’ attendance and attitude.

·         High self-esteem, appreciation for one-self and respect for others.

·         Students felt that they had somebody to turn to in times of trouble.

·         Improved discipline and humanizing environment on campus.

·         Indiscriminate use of cell phones reduced.

Contact:  The Principal

Arts, Commerce and Science College, Shankarnagar.

Tq. Biloli, Dist. Nanded, Maharashtra.

Phone No. 02465-267116

Email: acscollegeshankarnagar@gmail.com

7.5  Whetherenvironmental auditwas conducted?   Yes              No

7.4 Contribution to environmental awareness / protection

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 provide separate departments to the language and Social Sciences, as per the suggestions of NAAC peers team.

·         To provide computers to all the departments.

·         ISO Certification.

·         To convert the library into e-library so as to provide en-list facility for the staff and the students.

·         To provide more class rooms to maintain students-classroom ratio.

Name and Signature of the Coordinator,         Name and Signature of the Chairperson                                               IQAC                                                                             IQAC                                                               Dr. Jayant S. Cherekar                                                        Dr. V. M. Ratnalikar

 

Links and Download News & Notices Total 124
Voter Registration
Posted Date : 05-10-2018
Voter registration process was taken place in college. The students of college and youth from nearby locality voluntarily participated in the event.
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Comptetitive Examination
Posted Date : 01-10-2018
Competitive examination was taken place in college. Almost all the students participated in the examination. The students securing highest marks were given due appreciation.
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Voter Registration
Posted Date : 14-09-2018
The NSS unit organized rally for voter registration process. The students of college and the youth from the nearby society were motivated. The programme resulted to be successful.
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Collection of Fund
Posted Date : 28-08-2018
The students of the college organized a rally for the collection of fund to the flood affected people from Kerala. The collected fund of 14156 has been handed over to the Collector.
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Display of Wall Poster
Posted Date : 20-08-2018
The NSS unit of college displayed wall poster showing various society oriented activities. The students voluntarily participated in all the activities.
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Independence Day Celebration
Posted Date : 15-08-2018
Independence Day is celebrated in the college. Hon. Madhukarraohi Patil. Mr. Hambire gave an eloquent speech on the eve. The Principal and staff were present on the occasion.
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Presentation
Posted Date : 08-08-2018
A View an online address by the Vice-Chancellor of SRTMU, Nanded has been shown to the students and the staff members. Dr. Kabadi successfully organized the event.
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Students Achievement
Posted Date : 06-08-2018
Ashwini Deglure & Bajrang Gaikwad stood second & third respectively in Ramanujan competitive exam organized by MMS. The Principal & Staff congratulated on their achievement.
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Students Achievement
Posted Date : 06-08-2018
G. N. Jambhle, a B. A. SY student grabbed third prize in an Intercollegiate Essay Competition held in Shivaji College, Kandhar. The Principal & staff congratulated him.
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Campus Cleanliness
Posted Date : 28-07-2018
NSS unit of college arranged campus cleanliness on 28 July 2018. All the students actively participated in the event. The teaching faculty also participated in it.
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Classes begun
Posted Date : 02-07-2018
The regular classes of IInd & IIIrd year students are started. The students are suggested to take down the time table and attend classes regularly.
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Assurance to the Stakeholders
Posted Date : 26-06-2018
Dr. Minaltai Patil, assured that she will work for the benefit of stakeholders of higher education. She pointed out that coordination is necessary in order to enhance the quality of the Institution.
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Secretary Nominated
Posted Date : 26-06-2018
Hon. Madhukarrao Patil handed over his charge as a Secretary of GMCT to Dr. Minaltai Patil. He opined that younger generation will be more beneficial for the Institution in Quality Enhancement process.
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Importance of Yogasana
Posted Date : 21-06-2018
Dr. Balaji Jadhav, a Sports Teacher performed and explained different Yogasanas . He pointed out that Yogas relieve stress and are very helpful in life and an individual can enjoy life by means of Yogas.
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International Yoga Day Celebrated
Posted Date : 21-06-2018
The Leadership, Staff and the students celebrated International Yoga Day in the presence of Secretary of Godavari Manar Charitable Trust. The Secretary advised staff to make Yoga a part of daily routine.
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Visits to the nearby villages
Posted Date : 19-06-2018
The leadership of the college has formed committees to visit the nearby villages. The committee members are expected to explain vision of the institution regarding Quality Enhancement process.
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Admissions open
Posted Date : 19-06-2018
All the 12th class passed students are informed that the admissions to B. A., B. Com. & B. Sc. have started. The students can contact the admission committee.
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Research Achievement
Posted Date : 08-05-2018
Mrs. Anita Warwatkar has completed Ph. D. under the guidance of Dr. D. R. Mane. She submitted her thesis on "Women and Protest: A Study of select plays of Mahasweta Devi Manila Padmanabhan and Dina Mehta.
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Presidentcial Address
Posted Date : 01-05-2018
On the eve Hon. Secretary repeated the vision of the management and suggested the leadership to follow quality enhancement parameters for the students and the society around.
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Publication of Gyanbhaskar
Posted Date : 01-05-2018
Hon. Secretary published college yearly magazine "Gyanbhaskar." The magazine consists of the articles written by the students of the College.
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Flag Hoistation
Posted Date : 01-05-2018
On the eve of Maharashtra Independence Day, the Hon. Secretary hoisted the flag. The Principal and the staff were present on the eve.
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Additional Responsibility
Posted Date : 07-04-2018
Dr. S. N. Kabadi Head & Associate Professor in Chemistry, is given an additional responsibility as a CAP Director of SRTMU Nanded. The Management leadership & staff congratulated him on this achievement.
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Appraisl of Contribution
Posted Date : 31-04-2018
In a send off party organized, the management, leadership & the staff appraised the contribution of Mr. Deshmukh to curriculum implementation, teaching,learning & evaluation and extension activities.
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Send Off
Posted Date : 31-04-2018
A warm send off has been given to Mr. S. B. Deshmukh, Head & Assistant Prof. in Economics. He has served in the college for 25 years and developed congenial relationship with the staff members.
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Ph. D. Award
Posted Date : 24-03-2018
Mr. Jadhav V. S. has been awarded Ph.D. in Public Administration under the guidance of Dr. A. C. Sonkamble. The Management, Leadership and the staff congratulated him on this achievement.
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Interdisciplinary Conference
Posted Date : 10-03-2018
Interdisciplinary Conference Globalization and Welfare States: Problems and prospects has been resulted to be great success. Nearly 125 delegates participated in it.
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International Women Day
Posted Date : 08-03-2018
International Women Day has been celebrated by the Women Cell of the students. The boys and girl students have been made conscious of the importance of gender equality.
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Science Day Celebration
Posted Date : 06-03-2018
On the eve of Science Day the students presented ppts on different topics. The Principal and the Staff appreciated the students.
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Interdisciplinary Conference
Posted Date : 24-03-2018
Interdisciplinary Conference on Globalization and Welfare States: Problems and Prospects is scheduled to be taken place on 10th March. The delegates are requested to send their papers up to 28th February.
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Valedictory Function
Posted Date : 24-02-2018
Valedictory function has been enjoyed by the students involving in the activities like Fish Pond, Cultural activities and a function in the presence of the Principal Navodaya.
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Inauguration of Gathering
Posted Date : 23-02-2018
Inauguration of Gathering has been taken place. The Chief Guest Dr. B. L. Chothwe has a dialogue with the students. Hon. Secretary wished the students for better performance.
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Congratulations
Posted Date : 09-02-2018
The Management, the Principal & the staff congratulated the nominated members for the achievement.
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College Achievemnt
Posted Date : 09-02-2018
Dr. S. S. Kadam, Botany, Dr. A. C. Sonkamble, Pub. Adm., Dr. B.V. Dakore, Commerce & Dr. A. M. Mane, Zoology have been nominated as BOS members of SRTMU, Nanded.
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Valedictory Function
Posted Date : 08-02-2018
Valedictory function of NSS special camp has been taken place. The local inhabitants expressed their satisfaction over the work done by the NSS unit.
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Arrangement of Programmes
Posted Date : 06-02-2018
The activities like Blind Faith Eradication, Group Discussion, Cleanliness, Yoga, Road Repairs and other activities were taken place along with locals.
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N. S. S. Camp Inauguration
Posted Date : 02-02-2018
Inauguration of NSS special camp at Dhuppa has been taken place with local inhabitants . They were about the nature of activities to be taken place during the camp.
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Ph. D. Award
Posted Date : 15/01/2018
Mr. Joshi T. M. has been awarded Ph. D. under the guidance of Dr. Dakore B. V. of Commerce dept. The Management, the Principal and staff members congratulated Dr. Dakore.
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Students Council Election
Posted Date : 26-12-2017
Boyal N. A. has been elected on the students council. The election was held in a peaceful manner. The Principal and the staff congratulated him on this achievement.
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Congratulations
Posted Date : 21-12-2017
Dr. H. V. Bakshi in Physics, Dr.S. N. Kabadi in Chemistry have been elected on BOS of SRTM University. Dr. R. G. Hingole has been elected on Academic Council (Humanities) of SRTM University.
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Address by the President-V
Posted Date : 6-8-2017
Hon. Madhukarraoji Patil, the Secretary of GMCT expressed his full satisfaction with the proceedings of the syllabus. He concluded his address by presenting a beautiful poem on the new pattern.
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Discussion about the CBCS pattern.-IV
Posted Date : 6-8-2017
Dr. Ekembekar raised some the queries regarding the syllabus on behalf of the participants. Dr. Ravi Sarode explained in details about the pattern and the purpose of the University.
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Validictory Session-III
Posted Date : 6-8-2017
Dr. Sarode, the Controller of Exam department of university was the chief guest. Dr. Ekembekar was the chief guest. Hon. Secretary Madhukarraoji Patil was the president of the function.
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Subject wise sessions-II
Posted Date : 6-8-2017
Nearly 75 Participants in Botany, 85 in Chemistry and 35 in Commerce discussed about the CBCS pattern for UG Second year. The Dean of each faculty acquainted the participants about the syllabus.
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Innauguration of Workshops-I
Posted Date : 6-8-2017
Inauguration of workshops has been taken place in the presence of Pro-Vice Chancellor Dr. G. N. Shinde. In his address he made clear about the CBCS pattern. Hon. Madhukarraoji Patil was the President.
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Organisation of Workshops
Posted Date : 6/8/2017
The college organised workshops on revised curriculum for second year UG.The focus of the syllabus is on student. It is designed to make the students skillful so as to face the changing global scenario.
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Maintenance of proper coordination
Posted Date : 16-06-2017
Hon. Secretary, Madhukarrao Patil advised the leadership and the staff to maintain proper coordination in the implementation of curricular and co-curricular activities. He provided useful tips to the staff
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Academic Year 2017-18
Posted Date : 16-06-2017
A meeting of the staff members has been taken place. The Secretary and the Principal discussed about the initiatives to be taken for the overall personality development of the students.
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University Exams
Posted Date : 12-03-2017
The university exams for first, second and third year students are scheduled from 14 March to April. The Principal advised the the staff members to conduct exams in a smooth manner.
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Prize Distribution
Posted Date : 03-03-2017
The gathering came to an end with prize distribution. The staff members gave the prizes to first class students. The students performing better in sports and cultural activities were given prizes.
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Address by the President-V
Posted Date : 02-03-2017
The president of the function Hon. Madhukarraoji Patil suggested to students to follow the path of truth against all the obstacles. The programme came to an end with vote of thanks.
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Address by the Chief Guest-IV
Posted Date : 02-03-2017
Dr. Vishwar Deshmukh suggested the students five power thinking formula to develop better future. Power of imagination, conversation, confidence, reasoning and innovation.
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Address by GMCT member-III
Posted Date : 27-02-2017
ZP member Dr. Meenaltai Khatgaonkar said being literate is not the meaning of education and one should respect oneself. It is only then one can excel in every walk of life.
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Innauguration of Annual Gathering-II
Posted Date : 02-03-2017
The invitees from Jalana expressed their views about the college and advised the students to participate voluntarily in various activities. The trio from Jalana appreciated surrounding and the Principal.
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Innauguration of Annual Gathering
Posted Date : 02-03-2017
Inauguration of annual gathering was taken place. Hon. Madhukarraoji Patil was the president. The chief guest was Vidhyadhar Deshmukh and the special invitee was Dr. Meenaltai Khatgaonkar.
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Science Day Celebrated
Posted Date : 01-03-2017
Science day was celebrated. The students voluntarily expressed their opinions on various topics. The teachers and students from all streams were present to boost the students.
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Workshop on Women Day
Posted Date : 27-02-2017
Anti-sexual Harrasment Cell organized a workshop on the eve of Women Day. The girl students actively participated and expressed their readiness to preserve feminine chastity on their own.
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Marathi Day
Posted Date : 27-02-2017
The Marathi department arranged a programme on the eve of Marathi Day. Dr. Kalpana Dombe from Sharadchandra College was the chief guest. The students expressed opinions about the importance of language.
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V- Interactive Session
Posted Date : 17/01/2017
Dr. D. R. Mane organized interaction session. The students and teachers raised numbers of queries. The invitees from law college satisfied everybody. Dr. Vasant pawale offered vote of thanks.
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IV- Communication Skills
Posted Date : 17/01/2017
Dr. Kailas Ingole advised the students to develop communication abilities in the rapidly changing world. He pointed out the effective communication ability will open numbers of career opportunities.
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III- Cyber Crime
Posted Date : 17/01/2017
Dr. karwa acquainted the students about the use and misuse of mass media technology. He made the students cautions while handling face book, internet, e-commerce and other technical means.
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II-Law Literacy
Posted Date : 17/01/2017
Bandewar Madam talked about the laws available for women. She attempted to sensitize male by making them conscious of women protection rights. She advised the students to follow common human bondage.
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I-Career opportunities in Law
Posted Date : 17/01/2017
Dr. Veena patil, the In-Principal of Law college talked in details about various career oriented courses available in Law. She pointed out that the students can develop better career in Law.
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Arrangement of career oriented progra
Posted Date : 17/01/2017
The college in collaboration with N. C. law college Nanded organized career oriented programmes . Hon. Madhukarrao patil was the president of the function. Dr. Pimple sir welcomed the invitees.
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NSS Special Camp
Posted Date : 03-01-2017
NSS special camp was organized at Dhuppa From 3 to 9 Jan. 2017. The camp was formally inaugurated at the hands of Nanded ZP Addl.CEO Padmakar Kendre, Dr.Meenal Patil was the chief guest,M.B.Patil Chaired.
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Savitribai Phule Jayanti
Posted Date : 03/01/2017
Savitribai Phule Jayanti was celebrated in the college. Hon. Polish Inspector of Ramteerth & Principal of college addressed the students. Some of the students also shared their opinions.
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Alumni Meet
Posted Date : 02/01/2017
Alumni meet was organized to share NAAC cycle 2 grade. On this occasion Hon. GMCTS secretary Madhukarraoji Patil,Member Dr. Sow. Minaltai Patil, Balasaheb Patil & Dr. Pimple addressed the students.
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Mr. Avinash Ghate visited college
Posted Date : 02-12-2016
The president of Anna Bhau Sathe College, Mukhed alongwith the In- Principal and the staff visited college to discuss about NAAC cycle-2 process.
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Dipawali Holidays
Posted Date : 20-10-2016
The staff members and the students are hereby informed that as per the University calendar, Dipawali Holidays are from 24 Oct. to 18 November.
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University Exams rescheduled
Posted Date : 18-10-2016
All the staff members and the students are hereby informed that the Semester-I exams in some subjects are rescheduled and will be conducted from 16 Nov. onward.
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Peer Team Visit
Posted Date : 15-09-2016
All the alumnae and stakeholders are hereby informed that NAAC Peer Team is visiting the College on 26 to 28 September 2016. Do take notice of it and convey to the others.
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Address on Chalenges in HigerEducan
Posted Date : 19-08-2016
Hon.Vic- Chancellor Dr. Pandit Vidhyasagar gave address to our college Staff & Students through A-VIEW on Challenges in Higher Education. This programme was arranged by Dr.S.N.Kabadi, NRC.
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An address by IAS Rank Holder
Posted Date : 15-08-2016
Mr. Suraj Suryawanshi, a school boy passed student of GMCT campus has given an enlightening address to the students. In his address he pointed out the target, struggle and hard work are essential factors.
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Wall Poster Innauguration
Posted Date : 15-08-2016
wall Poster on "Gravitational Waves" prepared by the students of Physics Department has been inaugurated Hon. Madhukarraoji Patil, Dr. B. S. Pimple, Dr. Bakshi & Mr. R. R. Jadhav were present on the eve.
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Independence Day Celeberation
Posted Date : 15-08-2016
The Secretary Hon. Madhukarraoji Patil, Khatgaonkar hoisted the flag of independence. The Principal, Staff & students of College and school were present on the eve. It was followed by Speeches.
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n-List and Opac information
Posted Date : 13-08-2016
The Librarian, Dr. Anil Jadhav from Degloor informed the students about the use of n-list and opac information to the students. The Principal and the Librarian Dr. Telke also gave useful guidance.
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Innuguration of Personality Developme
Posted Date : 10-08-2016
Students Personality Development Center has been inaugurated by API of Ramteerth Police Station. The Principal,Dr. B. S. Pimple and the committee members of SPDC were present on the eve.
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Keynote Address
Posted Date : 09-08-2016
Principal Dr. B. S. Pimple gave a keynote address to the First Year students. He explained in details about the Vision and Mission of the institution and suggested the students to follow college discipline
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Guest Lecture in Chemistry
Posted Date : 05-08-2016
Dr. Dinesh Lingampalle delivered a guest lecture on Importance of Green Chemistry organized by dept. of chemistry. He also visited the departments & Provided useful suggestions about NAAC Cycle-2.
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Competitive Examinations
Posted Date : 04-08-2016
The Competitive Examination Cell arranged competitive examination. The students from all the branches and all the classes voluntarily took part in the examination.
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National Award
Posted Date : 14-07-2016
Dr. A. C. Sonkamble, Dept. of Public Administration has been awarded Dr. Panjabrao Deshmukh National Award. The Principal and the staff congratulated Dr. Sonkamble on this achievement.
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Parent Alumni Meet
Posted Date : 08-07-2016
Parent Alumni meet was organized under the kind presence of the President. The Parent and the Alumni of the college assured every kind of help to the college in the quality enhancement process.
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Tree Plantation Programme
Posted Date : 01-07-2016
Tree Plantation programme has been taken place by the hands of the secretary Madhukarraoji Patil. The Principal, Teaching and Non-teaching staff and the students enthusiastically participated in it.
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Celebration of International Yoga Day
Posted Date : 22-06-2016
Hon. Madhukarraoji Patil Khatgaonkar, Yoga expert Dr. Swami gave a valuable guidance about the importance of Yoga in human life. The staff of the college enthusiastically participated in Yoga.
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Mr. Patode awarded Ph. D.
Posted Date : 16-06-2016
Mr. Patode S. R. has been awarded Ph. D. on 14th June 2016 in Commerce. The Management, Leadership and the total staff congratulated Mr. Patode on his achievement in research area.
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Maharashtra Independence Day
Posted Date : 01-05-2016
The Principal Dr. Pimple sir hoisted the flag on the eve of Maharashtra Independence Day . All the staff members were present on the eve. Dr. Pimple sir arranged a group discussion with the staff members.
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Dr. Ambedkar Annivarssary
Posted Date : 16-04-2016
The college staff members along with the Chief guest Dr. Kishan Gaikwad paid a warm tribute to late Dr. Ambedkar. Dr. Gaikwad pointed out about the concern of Dr. Ambedkar towards education.
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Pansare College, Arjapur Management v
Posted Date : 23/03/2016
The President, the Secretary and the Incharge Principal along with the staff members Arjapur paid a visit to college to see the IQAC proceedings.
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Celebration of World Women Day
Posted Date : 11/03/2016
The Women Cell of the College organized a programme on the eve of World Women Day. The College girl students and the women from nearby locality were present on the occasion.
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Validiction programme of workshop
Posted Date : 05-03-2016
Validiction programme of workshop in Public Administration has taken place in the presence of Mr. Prabhakar Kendre, Balasaheb Patil and Hon. Madhukarraoji patil & the Principal Dr. Pimple B. S..
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Innaauguration of Workshop
Posted Date : 05-03-2016
Hon. Vice Chancellor Dr. Pandit Vidyasagar Joshi inaugurated a workshop on syllabus revision organized by Public Administration. Hon. Madhukarroji Patil was the president of the function.
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LCD show on Othello
Posted Date : 02-03-2016
Dr. D. R. Mane arranged a LCD show on Shakespearean Tragedy Othello. The staff and students from Naigaon and Degloor were present to witness the event.
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College Cleanliness Campaign
Posted Date : 27-02-2016
Principal Dr. Pimple along with the staff members and the students participated in college cleanliness campaign.
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Regular Principal joined the College
Posted Date : 18-02-2016
Dr. Balaji Shankarrao Pimple has taken over the charge as a regular Principal of the College. The staff members welcomed him with fervor.
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Cash payment to Girl Student
Posted Date : 16-02-2016
Dr. N. T. Bhagwat handed over an amount of 500 Rs. from July onward to adopted girl student Ku.Meera Ibitwar by the hands of Hon. Secretary Madhukarraoji Patil, Khatgaonkar.
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Adopt Girl student Scheme
Posted Date : 16-02-2016
Dr. N. T. Bhagwat, Head, Dept. of Hindi has started Adopt Girl student Scheme. He has decided to support a regular and sincere girl student with 500 Rs. per month.
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Validiction Ceremony
Posted Date : 16-02-2016
Dr. Tangalwad, Deputy Registrar of SRTMU, Nanded delivered an eloquent speech in the Validation Ceremony of Annual Social Gathering. Hon. Madhukarraoji Patil was the president of the function.
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Youths power needs to be trapped
Posted Date : 15-02-2016
In the inauguration ceremony of Students Council and Annual gathering. Mr. Arvind Deshmukh talked at length about how to channelize youth power for the better progress of Youth and the Nation.
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Innnauguration of NSS week
Posted Date : 13-02-2016
Inauguration of NSS week has been taken place in College Campus. The President of the function was Hon. Madhukarraoji Patil, the Chief Guests were Police Inspector Mr. Sanjay and Venkatrao Puyyad.
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SSR of Track ID 11815
Posted Date : 10-02-2016
Five copies of SSR along with CD Cycle-2 of ACS College, Shankarnagar been sent for assessment and accreditation by RMS (431601).
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Anjanikar Given a warm send off.
Posted Date : 30-01-2016
Gangadhar anjanikar was given a warm send off on his supperannuation day 30th january2016. felicitated at the hands of the secretary GMCT Madhukarraoji Patil Khatgaonkar with a shawl ,garland and a Cop
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67th Republic day celebrated with gus
Posted Date : 26-01-2016
The 67th Republic day of India was celebrated in the college on 26th Jan. 2016. The Secretary of GMCT hoisted the Tricolour. Wall Posters of Pol.Sci., Pub.Admn. & Hindi dept. were also published.
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Young Scientiest Award
Posted Date : 01-01-2016
Our prominent Alumnus Dr. Gangadhar Waghmare is awarded with the Young Scientist of India Award. The Indian Council of Chemists conferred it for his research on a drug for treatment for cancer
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Innauguration of e-library.
Posted Date : 07-01-2016
Madhukarrao Patil inaugurated e-library and appreciated the work of the Librarian Dr. Sudhakar Telke. He assured every sort of help from the Management in the quality improvement process.
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ISO Certification
Posted Date : 29-12-2015
Dr. M. D. Jahagirdar and ISO Consultant Mr. Akash Chutile visited the college. In this visit as an external visitor Dr. Jahagirdar Sir gave some useful tips to the staff and the administration.
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Interview for the post of Principal
Posted Date : 08-12-2015
Two candidates attended the interview. V. C. nominee Dr. Sonwane, experts Dr. Ajay Patil, Prin. Dr. Sadawarte and the president Hon. Bhaskarrao Patil were present.
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Constitution Day Celebrations
Posted Date : 20-11-2015
The college celebrated 20th Nov. 2015 Constitution Day. Dr. Ratnalikar was the president of the function Dr. R. D. Shinde and Mr. S. I. Kamble talked in length about the formation of the Constitution.
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Appointment as a Taluka Co-ordinator
Posted Date : 24-10-2015
Dr. Ratnalikar V. M., the in charge principal has been appointed as a Biloli Taluka Co-ordinator by the Govt. of Maharashtra,to collect information about the attitude of the locals towards higher education
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Prize distribution Ceremony
Posted Date : 04-10-2015
Prize distribution Ceremony of Intercollegiate B Zone Wrestling Tournament is taken place in the presence of Dr. Bankat Yadhav.The championship has gone to LBDG Umari & LBS Dharmabad.
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Intercollegiate B Zone Wrestling Tour
Posted Date : 03-10-2013
The sport dept. of the college organized B Zone Wrestling tournaments. 22 colleges & 50 wrestlers participated in different weight categories. The tournament is inaugurated by Dean of Physical Education.
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Rashtrapita M.K. Gandhi & Lal Bahadur
Posted Date : 02-10-2015
Rashtrapita M.K. Gandhi & Lal Bahadur Shashtri Jayanti celebrated and an oath on cleanliness was administered. The public Admn. dept. released the wall poster "PRASHASANNAMA" at the hands of principal.
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Celebration of Marathwad Muktidin
Posted Date : 17-09-2015
The Secretary of GMCT hoisted the Tricolor & the University Flag on Marathawada Mutkidin & University foundation Day celebrated in the college campus. The dept. of Zoology published its wall poster Nature
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Innauguration Ceremony
Posted Date : 01-09-2015
The president of inaugural function of handball tournaments was Hon.Madhukarraoji Patil, Khatgaonkar. The Chief Guest was Sinkukumar Singh and Uday Chavan, Physical education department S. R.T.M.U.Nanded
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Central Zone Hand Ball Tournaments
Posted Date : 31-08-2015
The sports department of college has arranged Intercollegiate Central Zone Hand Ball Tournament on 01-09-2015.
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Homage paid to Dr. Moorthy
Posted Date : 20-08-2015
The NAAC Peer team chairman Dr. Moorthy, who visited P.N. College Nanded for Assessment and Accreditation and met a sudden death by cardiac arrest, was paid homage by the Principal, Staff members & Student
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Independence Day Celebration
Posted Date : 15-08-2015
Hon. Madhukarrao Patil hoisted the Flag on eve of 69th Independence Day. NSS, Physics & History departments inaugurated Wall Posters by the hands of Hon. Madhukarrao Patil & I/C Principal Dr. Ratnalikar.
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An Online address by Vice-Chancellor
Posted Date : 05-08-2015
The Vice-Chancellor of S.R.T.M.University Nanded addressed the Teachers & Students on "Planing and setting up a rode map for rural development" through A VIEW at 11 AM.
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A Programme
Posted Date : 01-08-2015
I/C Principal Dr. V. M. Ratnalikar along the teaching and non-teaching staff garlanded Lokmanya Tilak and Anna Bhau Sathe.
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Tribute to Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
Posted Date : 28/07/2015
The I/c Principal Dr. V. M. Ratnalikar, the staff and the students of ACS College, Shankarnagar paid a warm tribute to Dr. A. P.J. Abdul Kalam, the former president and a great scientist at 11.30 A. M.. Mr
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Innaugural Address
Posted Date : 20-07-2015
Dr. V. M. Ratnalikar is going to address the students for their bright future explaining the details about the college discipline and the role of the students in the quality enhancement of the college.
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Interviews on CHB basis
Posted Date : 05-07-2015
All the aspiring candidates are hereby informed that the interviews for the subjects like Sociology, Economics, History, Mathematics and Computer Science purely on CHB basis will be held on 10th July 2015
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Celebration of International Yoga Day
Posted Date : 20/06/2015
All the staff members are hereby informed that the International Yoga Day will be celebrated on 21st June 2015.
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Notice for Teachers
Posted Date : 27-06-2015
This is to inform the teachers to prepare a list of the alumni of their respective departments and submit it to the IQAC department by the end of this month.
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Notice for Students
Posted Date : 27-06-2015
Hearty congratulations to all the IIIrd year distinction holder and Pass Students. The college authorities wish you all the best for your future academic progress
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Request for Alumni
Posted Date : 06/04/2015
All alumni are requested to register @ alumni registration. It would be easy for college to contact you for further activities.
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