NAAC RAR 2015 - Jaysingpur College

Anekant Education Society’s,
JAYSINGPUR COLLEGE, JAYSIGNPUR
Address :- Jaysigpur – 416 101 Dist. Kolhapur,
Maharashtra State, India
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RAR/SSR
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------(1) Date of NAAC First Accreditation :- February 16, 2004
(2) Date of Submission Recent LOI to NAAC :- July 15, 2014
(3) First Date of Submission of RAR on College Website :- August 04, 2014
(4) Date of Re-Submission of RAR on College website :- January 31, 2015
This Re-Submission of RAR is after making changes suggested
by NAAC
(5) Final Date of Submission of RAR to NAAC Bangalore :-
Before February 20, 2015
(6) Jaysingpur College Website :- www.jaysingpurcollege.in
(7) Jaysingpur College Website Link :- NAAC RAR 2015
(8) Institution TRACK ID (Issued by NAAC) :- MHCOXX10775
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Anekant Education Society’s,
JAYSINGPUR COLLEGE, JAYSIGNPUR
Jaysingpur – 416 101, Dist. Kolhapur, Maharashtra State, India
(Affiliated to the Shivaji University, Kolhapur and
Accredited by NAAC, B+, 2004, Cycle 1)
SELF STUDY REPORT 2015
In respect of
SECOND CYCLE RE-ACCREDITATION
Submitted To
NATIONAL ASSESSMENT AND ACCREDITATION COUNCIL
P.O. Box No: 1075, Nagarbhavi, Banglore-560072
Year – 2015
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CONTENTS
Sr. No
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6.1
6.2
6.3
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7.1
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7.6
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Particulars
PART-I
Preface
Executive Summary of the Institution
SWOC Analysis
Response to first Accreditation Report
Profile of the College
PART-II: Criteria-wise Analytical Report
Criterion I : Curricular Aspects
Criterion II : Teaching, Learning and Evaluation
Criterion III :Research, consultancy and Extension
Criterion IV : Infrastructure and Learning Resources
Criterion V : Student Support and Progression
Criterion VI : Governance, Leadership and Management
Criterion VII : Innovations and Best Practices
PART-III: Evaluative reports of the Departments
Department of Marathi
Department of Hindi
Department of English
Department of Geography
Department of Economics
Department of History
Department of Political Science
Department of Psychology
Department of Education
Department of Commerce
Department of Physics
Department of Chemistry
Department of Botany
Department of Zoology
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Department of Food Science and Quality Control.
Department of Computer Science (BCS)
Department of BBA
Department of BCA
Library
Declaration by the Head of the Institution
Certificate of Compliance
PART-IV Annexure
Certificate of Minority Community
Certificate of recognition of the college under UGC Act of 12(f) and 12B
Page No.
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5-6
7-13
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53-80
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169-200
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NAAC Accreditation Certificate of Cycle 1
Master Plan of the College
Audited Income-Expenditure Statement from 2013-14
Affiliation Certificate from the university
XIIth Plan General Development Grant Copy
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Preface
The submission of Re- Accreditation Report (RAR) 2014-15 of our
college to the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC),
Bangalore leaves me with a sense of utmost accomplishment and contentment as
it has furnished me with an opportunity to take a stock of the skew curve and
enlistment made after progress, both at qualitative and quantitative, stratum of
the college achieved since the first accreditation of the college in 2004. All the
recommendations and the observations of the NAAC Peer Team, 2004 have been
seen to be observed in letter and spirit thoroughly and consequently, the
measures initiated as post-accreditation quality sustenance move, have begun to
yield good dividends.
We have made sincere efforts and honest retrospection while preparing
this RAR. We have presented this report exactly in consonance with the
guidelines formulated by the NAAC. While submitting this report, we honestly
believe that getting re-accreditation from an esteemed body like NAAC is a
matter of pride and privilege for our college. After the first accreditation, we
have concentrated and made sincere efforts to comply previous plans and
proposals, as per the recommendations made by the Peer Team and tried to
promote the core values among college students. We hope and believe that the
same fulfils your expectations.
Dr. M. M. Gandhi,
Principal,
Jaysingpur College, Jaysingpur
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Acknowledgment
I deem it a proud privilege to have been entrusted with the onus of
preparing the Re-Accreditation Report (RAR) of the institution for NAAC
assessment. It has been a presentation of strenuous and thorough discussions and
deliberations for compiling, editing and revising the entire report to bring it in its
present physical format. But for the untiring and unswerving efforts of the
learned colleagues and office-staff, this could not have been materialized in time.
I am indebted deeply to Dr. M. M. Gandhi, Principal, Jaysingpur College,
Jaysingpur, who has been a great source of encouragement, inspiration and
timely counseling all through our endeavor. His co-operation and support have
enabled us to complete the task.
I am grateful to the members of the NAAC steering committee, IQAC and
other committees of the college for their commitment, dedication, consistent
support in analyzing, compiling, editing and revising the data wherever necessary
to give the report its present shape.
I am thankful to all those who have extended their timely help and have
made possible this report a reality.
Dr. Surat A. Manjare,
IQAC Co-ordinator,
Jaysingpur College, Jaysingpur
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Estd. – June 1964
Anekant Education Society’s
JAYSINGPUR COLLEGE, JAYSINGPUR
of Arts, Commerce, Science & Computer Science
Jaysingpur – 416 101 Dist. Kolhapur, Maharashtra State, India
AFFILIATED TO SHIVAJI UNIVERSITY, KOLHAPUR
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ACCREDITED AT THE B LEVEL BY NAAC - UGC
Tel. :- (O) 225381 Tel./Fax 226481(R) 225181- ISD (0091) - STD (02322)
PRINCIPAL
Dr. M. M. GANDHI
M. Com., B. Ed., LL. B., Ph. D.
Mobile No. 09881673580
website - www.jaysingpurcollege.in
e-mail - jspcollegejsp@gmail.com dr.manojkumargandhi@gmail.com
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Date :- January 31, 2015
Declaration by the Head of the Institution
I certify that the data included in this Re-Accreditation Report (RAR) is true to
the best of my knowledge.
This RAR is prepared by the institution after internal discussion and no part
there of has been outsourced.
I am aware that the Peer Team will validate the information provided in this
RAR during the Peer Team visit.
Place: Jaysingpur
Dr. M. M. Gandhi,
Date: 31- 01- 2015
Principal,
Jaysingpur College, Jaysingpur
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Estd. – June 1964
Anekant Education Society’s
JAYSINGPUR COLLEGE, JAYSINGPUR
of Arts, Commerce, Science & Computer Science
Jaysingpur – 416 101 Dist. Kolhapur, Maharashtra State, India
AFFILIATED TO SHIVAJI UNIVERSITY, KOLHAPUR
+
ACCREDITED AT THE B LEVEL BY NAAC - UGC
Tel. :- (O) 225381 Tel./Fax 226481(R) 225181- ISD (0091) - STD (02322)
website - www.jaysingpurcollege.in
PRINCIPAL
Dr. M. M. GANDHI
e-mail - jspcollegejsp@gmail.com dr.manojkumargandhi@gmail.com
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Date :- January 31, 2015
M. Com., B. Ed., LL. B., Ph. D.
Mobile No. 09881673580
CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE
(Affiliated Colleges and Recognized Institutions)
This is to certify that Jaysingpur College, Jaysingpur fulfils all norms
1. Stipulated by the affiliating University and / or
2. Regulatory Council/Body [such as UGC, NCTE, AICTE, MCI,DCI,BCI etc.]
3. The affiliation and recognition is valid as on date.
In case the affiliation / recognition is conditional, then a detailed enclosure with
regard to compliance of conditions by the institution will be sent.
It is noted that NAAC’s accreditation, if granted, shall stand cancelled
automatically, once the institution loses its University affiliation or Recognition by the
Regulatory Council, as the case may be.
In case the undertaking submitted by the institution is found to be false then the
accreditation given by NAAC is liable to be withdrawn. It is also agreeable that the
undertaking given to NAAC will be displayed on college website.
Place : Jaysingpur
Date : 31- 01- 2015
Dr. M. M. Gandhi,
Principal,
Jaysingpur College, Jaysingpur
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY OF THE INSTITUTION
Jaysingpur College, Jaysingpur was established by Anekant Education Society,
Baramati in 1964 with the inspiration from the blessings of Saint Late Samantbhadra
Maharaj. The Jain Philosophical concept ‘Siddhiranekantat’ became the motto and
‘Anekantwad’ found its name in the nomenclature of society. It was indeed laudable to
think of providing higher education facility to rural students as there was a dearth of
higher education within a radius of 40 kilometers. Thus, the segment of society which
stood deprived of higher education till 1961 found a ray of bright future and hope from
the academic point of view.
In order to ascertain the aim of the establishment of the college, there is a need
to have a look at the name of the society viz., ‘Anekantwad’ (multi-dimensionalism)
‘Siddhiranekantat’ which finds a place in the motto of the college.
The aim of
education in this institution is to enrich the quality of matter i.e. the body matter of the
individual so that the soul ‘within’ helps him to become a good ‘Siddha’ who will be an
asset to the society.
The college is affiliated to Shivaji University, Kolhapur. It attained its
recognition from the University Grants Commission under 2(f) in March 1982 and 12 B
in June 2007. The state government has granted ‘Minority’ status since August 2007 to
the Anekant Educational Society and its institutions.
At the advent of information and technology, the institution has kept a pace with
innovative approach by setting-up a well-equipped computer labs and a resource centre.
The teaching as well as non-teaching staff is well-versed in their practices.
The college has three wings i.e. Arts, Commerce and Science with BBA, BCA
and BCS. The college runs in two shifts, Arts and Commerce in morning shift and
Science, BBA, BCA, and BCS in afternoon. The total intake of students was about 1836
students in 2014-2015, having 45% strength of girl-students. The institute has a total
faculty of 200 teaching and non-teaching staff.
The college has a substantial campus of 25 acres. It includes four hundred
meters running track which is the best feat of
gymkhana department. The college
athletes as well as the aspirants of recruitment in the Police and the Military Force are
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also taking advantage the track. Segregate building of Gymkhana is well-equipped with
gymnasium that endows with the necessary training to the players.
The college library is next only to the university library. It has a separate
location in the college premises and a very specious and peaceful environment. It has a
wide range of books on curriculum, competitive exams and research. The library
possesses separate reading rooms for students and teachers, periodical section, reference
section and stock section. Internet facility is also revamped in the library.
Boys’ Hostel and Girls’ Hostel accommodate the students enrolled in the
institution as well as the students from nearing medical and engineering colleges. These
hostels have serene and pollution free atmosphere heartening the students for better
edification.
The swift and steady infrastructural growth and development has caused greater
impact on the academic aspects of the institution. This visual effect is witnessed by the
better enrollment of students for Arts, Commerce, Science and vocational courses.
23 Ph. D. and 02 M. Phil. qualified teachers have marked a page of research
achievement in the history of college.
The college has adopted a practice of three-tier/tripartite curricular: (A)
University curriculum/syllabus (B) Value addition training/orienting skills in the area of
professional and vocational courses (C) Inculcation of values. The above mentioned
three-tier/tripartite curricular is introduced for seeking to enhance the competence and
skills of students/learners towards achieving excellence. Feedback obtained from
academic peers, alumni and employers is used to review and redesign of courses in the
college. The college is alert and responsible in translating action and reviewing its own
goals and objectives as well as those of the university.
The college has been actively participating in various schemes of University
Grants Commission, Department of Science and Technology, Ministry of Human
Resource Development, Ministry of Food Processing Industries, Ministry of Social
Justice and Empowerment, Ministry of Women and Child Development, Government of
India, New Delhi and Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Furthermore, the college runs three courses affiliated to the ‘Department of
Community Development’ of Shivaji University, Kolhapur, namely (1) Certificate
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Course in Medical Laboratory Technician, (2) Certificate Course in Gardening and (3)
M.P.S.C. Foundation Course.
The UGC has sanctioned (1) `. 65.55 lakhs in XI Plan for General Development
and 14 Merged Schemes, (2) `. 25 lakhs Additional Grant for Equipments (3) `. 26.69
lakhs for Women Hostel in X Plan, (4) `. 1 Crore for Swimming Pool under the scheme
of ‘Development of Sports Infrastructure, (5) `. 70 lakhs for Indoor Stadium under the
scheme of ‘Development of Sports Infrastructure.
Career Oriented Courses have been sanctioned. (1) `. 5 lakhs for COC in
Communication Skills in English (2) `. 10 lakhs for COC in Soil, Water and Food
Analysis, (3) `. 10 lakhs for COC in Information in Computer Applications, (4) `. 10
lakhs for COC in Bakery and Confectionary, (5) `. 7 lakhs for COC in Business
Processes Outsourcing, (6) ` 10 lakhs for COC in Plant and Tissue Cultural, (7) `. 7
lakhs for COC in Personality Development, (8) `. 10 lakhs for Career Oriented
Programme Certificate Course in Television and Video Production.
The DST, New Delhi identified our college as approved training centre for its
ambitious INSPIRE programme and INSPIRE programme is sanctioned for two
consecutive years for 2012-2013 and 2013-2014; Rs. 9.75 lakhs for each of the camps.
The college successfully conducted the first DST-INSPIRE-2013 during 01 to 05
January, 2013 and the second, during on the same in 2014. Furthermore, the DST New
Delhi has also identified our college for its most ambitious programme namely DSTFIST 0 level, for improvement of Science and Technology in the college and sanctioned
the amount of `. 99.50lakh. The said grant shall be utilized for the establishment DSTFIST sponsored Analytical Research Laboratory in the college.
The college has executed two major research projects and 21 minor research
projects sanctioned by the UGC are in progress. Four major research projects and seven
minor research projects are under consideration of the UGC. Two major research
projects are under consideration of the DST New Delhi. One major research project is
under consideration of Ministry of Environment, New Delhi.
Under 12th plan, the UGC has sanctioned (1) `. 1.85 Crore (Rs. 185 lakhs) for its
most ambitions and innovative programme namely, Bachelor of Vocational (B.Voc.)
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from 2014-2015. (2) `.42 lakhs for general development. (3) `.3 lakhs for establishment
and monitoring the IQAC Cell in the college.
The college has also submitted following proposals under 12th plan to UGC - (1)
Remedial Coaching for SC/ST/OBC (Non Creamy Layer) and Minorities (2) Coaching
for NET/SET for SC/ST/OBC (Non Creamy Layer) and Minorities (3) Coaching for
Entry in to Services for SC/ST/OBC (Non Creamy Layer) and Minorities (4) Equal
Opportunities in Colleges (5) Community College.
A special focus is on women empowerment, socially backward classes, minority
students, physically challenged persons and economically weaker sections of the
society. The institution provides different welfare schemes like Earn and Learn scheme,
SAF and various scholarships.
The institution is celebrating a historical moment of Golden Jubilee during
2013-14. Keeping to the ritual and taking another dip in the oceans of research, the
college has a desire and launched an exhaustive research journal namely, “The Research
View: International Journal of Humanities, Social, Applied and Natural Sciences
[IJHSANS]” by the Research wing of the college from July, 2013 and it is a quarterly
publication. The first issue of July-Sept, 2013 has been released by the hands of Hon.
Dr. N.J. Pawar, Vice-Chancellor of Shivaji University, Kolhapur and Dr. ADJ
Bajpayee, Vice-Chancellor of Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla on 12 November,
2013. Three issues/ volumes of the said journal have been published so far.
Thus, we in this college are committed to implementation of innovative, career
oriented, professional, vocational, conventional and non-conventional academic
programmes and courses reflecting our vision, quest and thirst for excellence in higher
education and our endeavor to meet the social, cultural and economic needs of this
region in particular and the Maharashtra in general. So according to our point of view
bachelor of vocation (B.Voc.) courses will be really beneficial for our students in the
rural area.
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SWOC Analysis of the Institution
STRENGTH
1. The first college to provide UG to PG education throughout Shirol taluka
2. Qualified, well-experienced and dedicated teaching faculty and administrative
staff
3. Extensive infrastructure of 25 acres with maximum facilities
4. Advanced research laboratories for Chemistry and Physics
5. A good number of research faculty and research activities
6. Number of COC programmes and skill oriented courses
7. Competitive Examination Bureau and Placement Cell
8. Number of social welfare and extensive activities
WEAKNESSES
1. Number of teaching and non-teaching posts remained vacant due to delay in
getting approval from the government and university. As a result number of
CHB staff working in place
2. Rural students having vernacular background, deficient in accessing advance
learning recourses available in English
3. Less number of students attempting for competitive and placement services
4. Lack of sufficient industrial exposure
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OPPORTUNITIES
1. Opportunity to provide skill development and employability through COC and
vocational programmes
2. Scope to introduce new courses and programmes to enhance quality of
institution
3. Adequate expertise to provide consultancy and services to the industries and
society
4. Prospects to provide opportunity to the rural students for agriculture based
small-scale industry
CHALLENGES
1. Increasing the number of participation of the students in co-curricular and extra
curricular activities.
2. Imparting advance training skill in promoting higher job opportunities to the
students having rural and poor socio-economical background.
3.
To make the self-financing courses more affordable to such students.
4. To overcome the barrier of apathetic response from industry and community for
better improvement.
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Response to the first Accreditation Report
The peer team of NAAC visited our college in the month of January 2004 and
accredited the college with B+ grade during their visit.
NAAC has played very
important role in quality enhancement of the institution. After the first accreditation,
we have concentrated and made sincere efforts to comply previous plans and proposals
as per the recommendations made by the peer team. Following are the
recommendations of the peer team on which action has been taken.
NAAC Recommendation. (1) - The college should try to introduce career-oriented
and applied courses in science and commerce departments. Some of these courses
could be certificate and post-graduate diploma courses since it is the only college
offering science courses in the Taluka.
Institutes Response/Action Taken
As per the recommendation, following COC courses are started during last five
years.
• Soil, Water and Food analysis (2009-10)
• Information Technology and Computer Application (2010-11)
• Food Science and Quality Control (2010-11)
• Bakery and Confectionary (2012-13)
• Business Process Outsourcing (2013-14)
• Plant Tissue Culture (2014-15)
• Television and Video Production (2014-15)
• Personality Development (2014-15)
NAAC Recommendation. (2) - College needs to start one English medium section
in Arts and Commerce programmers keeping in view of the challenges to be faced
by youth in job market and higher studies.
Institutes Response/Action Taken
In response to this recommendation, in place of English medium section the
institution has started the following COC.
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Communication skills in English (2008-09)
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Remedial Courses for Arts and Science (2009-10)
NAAC Recommendation. (3) - Bridge / remedial courses should be conducted
regularly for the benefit of educationally disadvantaged students.
Institutes Response/Action Taken
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UGC–sponsored remedial coaching course is carried out for the
academically backward students.
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The students who are from socially backward classes like SC, ST, OBC and
Minority are given admission to remedial coaching course to improve their
academic, professional and social performance.
NAAC Recommendation. (4) - There should be more use of learner centered
teaching methods which would make learning process more interactive.
Institutes Response/Action Taken
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In addition to lecture method, ICT based modern techniques and teaching
aids are used.
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The teaching method of BBA and BCA courses is computer assisted and
practical based.
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The institution ensures the effective learning experience for the students by
providing computers with internet facility and LCD projectors.
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The college analyzes the feedback on curriculum and institution for effective
interaction and coordination between the students and the staff in order to
make SWOC analysis to improve the quality of faculty.
NAAC Recommendation. (5)-More teachers should attend seminars and
conferences for better exposure to new areas of knowledge.
Institutes Response/Action Taken:
The IQAC has taken the following efforts.
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IQAC has developed research culture in the institution. The faculty members
are motivated to participate in national/ international seminars/ conferences/
workshops.
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During the last five years almost all the faculty members have participated
international, national, state, university level seminars/ conferences/
workshops. They have also presented their research papers therein.
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(1) Dr. S. R. Sabale participated in ‘2014 Spring World Congress in Material
Science and Technology held in Shanghai (China) from 6 to 18 April, 2014
and presented his paper on ‘Induction Heating and Cell Viability Studies of
Polyol Synthesized Superparamagnetic ZnFe204 Nanoparticles for Cancer
Hyperthermia Applications’.
(2) Prin. Dr. M. M. Gandhi presented paper on ‘Revamping Financial
Inclusion for Inclusive Growth–An Indian Perspective’ and accepted for oral
presentation in and publication of the 6th Annual American Business
Research Conference scheduled to be held in New York (U.S.A.) on 09-10
June, 2014.
(3) Dr. Mrs. M. M. Gandhi paper on ‘Value Orientation in Business
Education’ accepted for oral presentation in and publication of the 6th
Annual American Business Research Conference scheduled to be held in
New York (U.S.A.) on 09-10 June, 2014.
(4) Prin. Dr. M. M. Gandhi presented paper on ‘Emerging Profile of Indian
Economy : Retrospect and Prospects’ accepted for oral presentation in and
publication of conference ‘The European Business and Management
(EBMC-2014)’ scheduled to be held in New York (U.S.) on 03-06 July,
2014.
(5) Dr. Mrs. M. M. Gandhi presented paper on ‘Interaction Competence – A
Theoretical Construct’ accepted for oral presentation in and publication of
‘The Second European Conference on Language Learning (ECLL2014)’
scheduled to be held in Brighton, United Kingdom on 09-13 July, 2014.
NAAC Recommendation. (6) - Self appraisal method and student’s evaluation
procedures followed needs improvement.
Institutes Response/Action Taken
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Evaluation of students is done through home assignments, tests, tutorials,
surprise tests, seminars and project work etc. To improve the performance of
the slow-learners, extra coaching classes and remedial coaching has been
organized by the concerned faculty.
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The self appraisal pattern has been changed by Shivaji University Since
2011-2012 in accordance with UGC- notification and the same is strictly
followed in the college. Every faculty member has submitted annual self
assessment report for performance-based appraisal system (PBAS) in the
prescribed format of Shivaji University.
NAAC Recommendation. (7) - The teachers should be encouraged and motivated
to conduct research and teaching with research.
Institutes Response/Action Taken
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The teachers are encouraged and motivated to conduct research and teaching
with research. Shri. S.A.Manjare has been deputed for Ph.D. under FIP.
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02 major and 21 minor research projects have been sanctioned by UGC
during last five years.
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Published 75 national and 98 papers international journals.
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Credited 23 Ph.D. and 02 M.Phil.
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DST-FIST allotted `. 99.50 lakhs for research laboratories.
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Organized seminars, conferences and workshops
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Launched an exhaustive research journal namely, ‘The Research View:
International Journal of Humanities, Social, Applied and Natural Sciences’
[JHSANS] by the Research wing of the college on July, 2013. It has a
quarterly publication with ISSN 2321-9777.
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Dr. Mrs M.V. Kale, Department of Botany has applied for National Patent in
March 2014 for ‘Dual Fermentation Method for Production of Bioethanol
from Milk Whey’.
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Research awards show a great contribution of the college and the faculty.
Awards citations
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Dr. M.V.Kale has been elected FELLOW of the Indian Fern Society for
outstanding contribution in the field of Pteridology in Nov 2010.
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Dr.B.V.Tamhankar
received
‘Special
Service
Award’
for
his
contribution of educational and social activities in Jaysingpur city from
Rotary Club on Teachers Day 5th Sept. 2010.
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Dr. P.P.Chikode received the ‘Best Teacher Award’ by Sanskar
Pratishthan, Pune, and Maharashtra State in the year 2011.
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Dr. Mrs. M.V.Kale, Dept. of Botany received ‘Excellence Certificate’
Award cited by Academy of Plant Sciences, India on 02.02.2013.
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Dr Mrs. M. V. Kale has received ‘Bharat Shiksha Ratna Award’ by
Global Society for Health and Educational Growth, Delhi on 5th July
2013.
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Dr Mrs. M. V. Kale received ‘Special Service Award’ for her
contribution of educational and social activities in Jaysingpur city from
Rotary Club on Teachers Day 5th Sept. 2013.
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Principal Dr. M.M Gandhi received “Best Presentation Award” at
Paris in 2014.
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Dr. Mrs. M.V.Kale got nomination for ‘National Women Bioscientist
Award’ by Govt. of Maharashtra in 2014
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Dr. Mrs M.V.Kale received ‘Rashtra Ratan Award’ for extra-ordinary
achievement and contribution in the field of educational activity on 27th
Feb. 2015
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Some of our faculty members are M.Phil./Ph.D. guides of other
universities like Pune University, Y.C.M.U. Nashik, Shri J.J.Tibrewala,
Rajasthan University and have collaboration and interaction with
research laboratories and institutes.
NAAC Recommendation. (8) – Efforts are to be initiated to develop academic
linkages with industries.
Institutes Response/Action Taken
IQAC is very keen about research collaboration and interactions with research
laboratories, institutes and industries. Following are the leading steps taken by
IQAC to promote research culture and collaboration.
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Collaborative efforts of departments
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Organizing tours, visits and direct contact
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Forming MoU’s and pacts
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Consultancy services
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Petent
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Providing employability in industrial sectors
State MoUs
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The departments of Chemistry and Food Science have MoU with Puru
Lab, Jaysingpur, Nikhil Analytical Research Pvt.Ltd. Sangli and
Swabhimani Agro Food Production Ltd. Jaysingpur in 2012-13.
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Dr. Mrs. M.V.Kale has recently devised MoU with Tomke Aurvedic
Products, Nimshirgaon, Jaysingpur in 2013-14.
National MoUs
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The institution has signed a MoU with Himachal Pradesh University,
Shimla in 2013-14.
International MoUs
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Dr. S. R. Sabale (Dept. of Chemistry) has recently signed a MoU with
School of Life Sciences, Shanghai University, Shanghai, China for his
Post-Doctoral research in 2012-13.
NAAC Recommendation. (9) – College needs to establish a competitive
examination training center.
Institutes Response/Action Taken
The college has established Anekant Competitive Examinations Center.
NAAC Recommendation. (10) - The college should establish employment cell with
the placement officer and provide career counseling to students on a regular basis.
Institutes Response/Action Taken
IQAC has established Career Guidance and Placement Cell which offers
counseling and guidance regarding employments and higher education.
NAAC Recommendation. (11) - Preparation of long term perspective plan is
recommended.
Institutes Response/Action Taken
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The college has five post-graduate courses with the commendable
addition of B. Sc. in Food Science and M. Sc. in analytical chemistry
M.A (Hindi), M. Com (Commerce).
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•
Recognized and approved Chemistry and Physics Research Laboratory
for research for M. Phil and Ph. D.
•
`. 185 lakh grant sanctioned by UGC for Bachelor of Vocational (B.
Voc) from 2014-15 namely i) Automobiles ii) Printing and Publishing.
NAAC Recommendation. (12) - Greenery shall be developed on the campus with
the student participation.
Institutes Response/Action Taken
•
Developed Nakshtra, a botanical and medicinal plant garden
•
Implanted nearly 100 saplings with support of Forest Department and
NGOs.
•
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Plantation of tick and coconut plants.
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A. Profile of the Affiliated/Constituent College
1. Name and address of the college:
Name :- Jaysingpur College, Jaysingpur
Address :- Jaysingpur,
Tal:- Shirol
Dist:- Kolhapur
City:- Jaysingpur
Pin: 416101
State:- Maharashtra
Email:- jspcollegejsp@gmail.com
Website: www.jaysingpurcollege.in
www.jaysingpurcollege.edu
2. For communication:
Designation
Principal
Name
Dr. M.M.
Gandhi
Vice Principal
Dr. S.A.
Steering
Manjare
Committee
Coordinator
Telephone
O: 02322
225381,
O: 02322
225381
Mobile
Fax
9881673580 (02322)
226481
9822215846 (02322)
226481
Email
drmanojkumargandhi@
gmail.com
manjaresir@rediffmail.
com
3. Status of the institution:
√
Affiliated College
Constituent College
Any other (specify)
4. Type of Institution:
a. By Grander
1. For Men
2. For Women
√
3. Co-education
b. By shift
1. Regular
√
2. Day
3. Evening
5. Is it a recognized minority institution?
√
Yes
No
If yes specify the minority status (Religious/linguistic/any other) and provide
documentary evidence.
Jain Minority
(Annexure-I)
6. Source
of funding:
Government
√
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Grant-in-aid
Self-financing
Any other
7. a. Date of establishment of the college - 23/06/1964
b. University to which the college is affiliated/or which governs the college (If it is
a constituent college)
Shivaji University, Kolhapur
c. Details of UGC recognition:
Under Section
Date, Month and Year
(dd-mm-yyy)
i. 2(f)
29/03/1982
ii. 12(B)
15/06/2007
Remarks
-
(Enclose the Certificate of recognition u/s 2(f) and 12(B) of the UGC Act)
Enclosed (Annexure- II)
d. Details of recognition/approval by statutory/regulatory bodies other than UGC
(AICTE, NCTE, MCI, DCI, PCI, RCI ETC.)
Under
Recognition/Approval details
Day, Month and
section/cl Institution/Department/Programme Year
ause
(dd-mm-yyy)
1
Not Applicable
Validity
Remarks
8. Does the affiliating university Act provide for conferment of autonomy (as
recognized by UGC), on its affiliated colleges?
Yes
No
√
If yes, has the college applied for availing the autonomous status?
Yes
No
9. Is the college recognized
a. by UGC as college with Potential for Excellence (CPE)?
Yes
No
√
If yes, date of recognition :
(dd/mm/yyy)
b. for its performance by any other government agency?
Yes
No
√
If yes, name of the agency: Department of Science and Technology (DST-FIST)
Date of recognition:
SR/FST/College-151/2013 Nov. 2013
10. Location of the campus and area in sq. mts:
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Location*
Campus area in sq. mts.
Built up area in sq. mts.
Rural
25 Acres (1,02,000 sq. mts.)
37000 sq. mts.
(*Urban, Semi-urban, rural, Tribal, Hilly Area, Any others specify).
11. Facilities available on the campus (Tick the available facility and provide numbers
or the details at appropriate place) or in case in institute has an agreement with other
agencies in using any of the listed facilities provide information on the facilities
covered under the agreement.]
• Auditorium/seminar complex with infrastructural facilities
√
• Sports facilities
* Play ground
√
* swimming pool
√
* gymnasium
√
• Hostel
* Boy’s hostel
1
1. Number of hostel
3
2. Number of inamates
3. Facilities (mention available facilities) water Light Bed Table Chair √
* Working women’s hostel
1
1. Number of inamates
50
2. Facilities (mention available facilities)
• Residential facilities for teaching and non-teaching staff (give numbers available
cadre wise Principal Banglo
1
•
Cafeteria√
• Health center√
First aid, Impartient, Outpatient Emergency care facility, Ambulance---Health center staff√
Qualified Doctor
Full Time
Part Time
• Facilities like banking, post office, book shops
√
• Transport facilities to cater to the needs of students and staff
√
• Animal House
-
• Biological waste disposal
√
• Generator or other facility for management/regulation of electricity and voltage
• Solid waste management facility
• Wastage water supervision
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√
√
√
• Water harvesting
√
12. Details of programmers offered by the college (Give data for current
academic year 2014-2015
Sr.
No.
1
2
Programme
No.
UnderGradate
Name of the
programme/
Course
Duration
Qualification
B.A.
Medium of
Instruction
No. of
students
admitted
Mar./Eng.
Sanctioned/
approved
students
strength
120
3 Years
12th
B.Com.
3 Years
12th
Mar./Eng.
120
69
B.Sc.
3 Years
12th
Eng.
120
178
BBA.
3 Years
12th
Eng.
80
00
BCA
3 Years
12th
Eng.
80
03
BCS
3 Years
12th
Eng.
80
03
M.A. Marathi
2 Years
Mar.
60
26
M.A.Hindi
2 Years
Gradation
in B.A.
Gradation
in B.A.
Gradation
in B.A.
Gradation
Hindi
60
22
Eng./Mar.
60
35
Eng.
60
32
Eng.
22
19
Eng.
16
09
Physics
16
03
Botany
08
04
12
01
Physics
08
-
Botany
04
-
40
10
M.A.Economics 2 Years
PostGradate
M.Com.
2 Years
Entry
141
in B.Com.
M.Sc. (Anal.
2 Years
Chemistry.)
Chemistry
3
4
Ph.D.
M.Phil.
Chemistry
1) Certificate
Course in
communication
Skills in
English under
UGC-COP
Gradation
in B.Sc.
-
2 Years
1Years
M.Sc.
M.Sc.
12th
Eng.
Eng.
25
12th
Eng.
40
20
12th
Eng.
40
19
1Years
12th
Eng.
40
14
1Years
12th
Eng.
40
40
1Years
12th
Eng.
40
40
1Years
12th
Eng.
40
40
6)Certificate
course in Plant
and Tissue
Culture, under
UGC-COP
1Years
12th
Eng.
40
40
7) Certificate
course in
Personality
Development, ,
under UGCCOP
1 Year
2) Certificate
Course in Food,
Water and Soil
Analysis under
UGC-COP
5
Certificate
courses
3) Certificate
Course in
Information
technology and
Computer
Application
under UGCCOP
4) Certificate
Course in
Bakery and
Confectionary
under UGCCOP
5) Certificate
Course in
Business
process
outsourcing
under UGCCOP
8)Certificate
course in
Television and
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1Years
1Years
Video
Production, ,
under UGCCOP
[I] UGC B.
Any other
3Years
Voc. Prog. In
(Specify and
Automobile
provide
UGC B. Voc.
details)
3Years
Prog. In
Printing & Publ.
[II] Courses
Dept. of Adult
and Extention
of Shivaji
University,
Kolhapur,
(1) Balwadi
Training
Certificate
Course
(2) Certificate
Course in Rural
Journalism
(3) Certificate
Course in
Library
Management
(4) Certificate
Course in
Computer
Applications
(5) Certification
Course
Proficiency in
English for
Communication
(III)
Department of
12th
Eng.
50
-
12th
Eng.
50
-
1Years
10th
Marathi
40
14
1Years
12th
Marathi
40
10
1Years
12th
Eng.
20
Eng.
40
1Years
12th
1Years
12th
Eng.
40
1Years
12th
English
40
1Years
12th
Eng.
20
18
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Community
Development’
of Shivaji
University,
Kolhapur,
namely
(1) Certificate
Course in
12th
Medical
1 Year
Laboratory
Technician
(2) Certificate
Course in
Gardening,
13. Does the college offer self-financed programme
Yes
Eng.
20
20
No
√
If yes, how many?
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14. New programmes introduced in college during the last five years in any?
BCS,
BCA, BBA, M.Sc.
Yes
√
No
-
Number
08
15. List the departments: (respond if applicable only and do not list facilities like
library, Physical education as departments, unless they are also offering academic
degree awarding programmes. Similarly, do not list the departments offering
common
compulsorily subjects for all the programmes like English, regional
languages etc.)
Particulars
Science
Arts
UG
Chemistry, Phy,
Bot, Zoo, Maths,
Food Science and
Quality Control
Mar, Hindi, Eng,
Econ., Geo, His,
Pol. Sci, Psy.
B.Com.
BBA, BCA, and
BCS
PG
M.Sc. (Analytical
Chemistry)
Research
Chemistry, Physics,
Geography
M.A.- Mar, Hin,
Eco.
History, Hindi,
Marathi, Political
Science
Commerce
Commerce
M.Com.
Any other
not covered
above
16. Number of Programmes offered under (programme means degree courses like B. A.,
B.Sc., M.A., M.Com…)
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a. Annual system
b. semester system
√
c. trimester system
a. Choice based credit system
√
b. Inter/Multidisciplinary Approach
√
c. Any other (specify and provide details)
18. Does the college offer UG and /or PG programmes in teacher education?
Yes
No
√
If yes,
a. year of introduction of programme (s)
(dd/mm/yyyy)
and number of batches that completed the programme
b. NCTE recognition details (if applicable)
Notification No.
Date:
(dd/mm/yyyy)
Validity:
c. Is the Institution opting for assessment and accreditation of teacher education
programme separately?
Yes
No
√
19. Does the college offer UG or PG programme in physical education?
Yes
No
√
If yes,
a. Year of Introduction of the programme (yes) dd/mm/yyyy)
And no. of batches that completed the programme
b. NCTE organization details (if applicable)
Notification No. Date: (dd/mm/yyyy) Validity:
c. Is the institution opting for assessment and accreditation of Physical
Education programme separately?
Yes
No
√
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20. Number of teaching and non-teaching positions in the Institution
Positions
Teaching Faculty
Professor
Associate
Sanctioned by the
UGC/University /State
Government Recruited
Yet to recruit
Sanctioned by the
management/society or other
authorized bodies Recruited
Yet to recruit
* M-Male *F-Female
*M
01
-
*F
----
*M
09
-
-
*F
03
Assistant
Professor
*M *F
12
07
Nonteaching
staff
*M *F
38
2
-
13
33
06
11
36
Technical
staff
*M
---
*F
---
06
21. Qualifications of the teaching staff
Highest
Professor
Associate professor
Qualifications
Female
Male
Female Male
Permanent Teachers
D.Sc./D.Litt.
Ph.D.
01
08
02
M.Phil.
P.G.
Assistant Professor
Male
Female
Total
06
05
22
-
01
-
01
02
-
-
01
-
06
01
08
Ph.D.
-
-
-
-
-
--
-
M.Phil.
-
-
-
-
--
--
--
P.G.
-
-
-
-
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69
Part-time teachers
22. No. of visiting faculty/gust faculty engaged with college
Nil
23. Furnish No. of the students admitted to the college during the last four academic
years.
Year
2011-12
Male
2012-13
Female
2013-14
Male
Male
Male
2014-15
Female Male
Female
SC
174
61
162
58
205
85
200
98
ST
01
01
00
00
00
01
00
00
30
OBC
162
62
203
77
186
142
142
135
General
714
322
637
387
601
393
671
337
Others
168
53
129
85
98
51
266
193
24. Details on student enrollment in the college during the year current academic year:
Type of students
UG
Students from the same state ware the college 1473
PG
M.Phil Ph.D.
Total
358
01
13
1845
is located
Students from other states of India
-
-
-
-
-
NRI Students
-
-
-
-
-
Foreign Students
-
-
-
-
-
Total
-
-
-
-
-
25. Dropout rate in UG and PG (average of the last to Batches)
UG
PG
20%
10%
26. Unit cost of Education
(Unit cost = Total annual recurring expenditure (actual) divided by total no. of
students enrolled
Rs. 29,462/-
a. including the salary component
b. excluding the salary component
Rs. 1,584/-
27. Does the college offer any programmes in distance education mode (DEP)?
Yes
No
√
If yes,
a. Is it a registered centre for offering distance education programmes of another
university
Yes
√
No
b. Name of the University which has such registration
YCMOU, Nashik, Maharashtra
c. No. of programmes offered
03
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d. Programmes carry the recognition of the distance education Council.
Yes
√
No
28. Provide teacher-student ratio for each of the programme/course offered
29. Is the college applying for
Accreditation:
Cycle 1
Cycle 2
√
Cycle 3
Cycle 4
Re-Assessment
(Cycle 1 refers to first accreditation and cycle 2, cycle 3, and cycle 4 refers to reaccreditation).
30. Date of accreditation 16th Feb. 2004 (B+) * (applicable 2, cycle 3, cycle 4 and
reassessment only)
Cycle 1 :
(16/02/2004)
Accreditation outcome/ result
Cycle 2 :
(DD/MM/YYYY)
Accreditation outcome/ result
Cycle 3 :
DD/MM/YYYY)
Accreditation outcome/ result
Cycle 4 :
(DD/MM/YYYY)
Accreditation outcome/ result
* Kindly enclose copy of accreditation certificate (s) and peer team report (s) as an
annexure.
31. Number of working Days During the last academic year.
200
32. Number of teaching days during the last academic year.
(teaching days means days on which lectures were engaged excluding the
examination days)
180
33. Date of establishment of internal quality insurance cell (IQAC)
IQAC - 01/03/2004
34. Details regarding submission of annual quality Assurance Reports (AQAR) to
NAAC.
AQAR-2005
AQAR-2006
AQAR-2007
AQAR-2008
AQAR-2009
AQAR-2010
AQAR-2011
AQAR-2012
AQAR-2013
AQAR-2014
35. Any other relevant data (not covered above) the college would like to include. (Do
not include explanatory/ descriptive information) - Nil
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CRITERIA-WISE ANALYTICAL REPORTS
CRITERION I: CURRICULAR ASPECTS
1.1
Curriculum Planning and Implementation
1.1.1. State the vision, mission and objectives of the institution and describe how
these are communicated to the students, teachers, staff and other
stakeholders.
Vision
•
To impart cognitive excellence, introduce advance technology, skills to prepare
the youth for future challenges and to promote equity and equality in the
students to create worthy citizens.
Mission
•
The institute aspires to empower the rural youth to stand in global and
competitive world and to breed potential excellence through it.
Objectives
•
To avail opportunity of education to each and everyone to face the challenges in
life
•
To introduce various career oriented and short-term courses.
•
To enable the students to connect technological skills to meet with the needs of
the present age.
•
To develop scientific and research attitude in students.
•
To provide entrepreneurship to the rural youth through education.
•
To inculcate moral, ethical and national spirit among the students.
The stated vision, mission and objectives are communicated through,
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•
Display on a large board at the central building.
•
Circulated through prospectus, college magazine, and assignment books.
•
Reiterated in the principal address at commencement of each academic year.
•
Uploaded on college website www.jaysingpurcollege.in
•
Through extra curricular activities of NSS and NCC.
1.1.2. How does the institution develop and deploy action plans for effective
implementation of the curriculum? Give details of the process and
substantiate through specific example(s).
At the commencement of the academic year, the principal convenes
meeting with all the heads of departments and discusses about the
implementation of the curriculum designed by the university. The heads of
department are advised to prepare teaching schedules, according to the syllabus
and the schedule is discussed. Syllabus is distributed to the staff members. At
the end of every term syllabus completion report is submitted to the principal
through the HODs. In case of failure to complete the syllabus in proposed time,
the concerned faculty conducts extra classes. The principal organizes meeting
with all the faculty members at the end of each term to review the syllabus
executed.
For effective implementation of the curriculum, the following methods are
followed•
Annual time table is prepared and strictly followed.
•
Month-wise teaching plan is prepared and strictly implemented by the teachers.
•
Each faculty members have maintained the academic dairy for effective
management of their classroom activities.
•
Tests and tutorials are conducted for evaluation and extra lectures are arranged
for remedial teaching.
•
Seminars, group discussions and demonstrations are conducted to develop the
stage daring and presentation skills in the students.
•
Teaching aids and ICT resources are effectively used in class activities.
•
Screening of films related to the syllabus is deployed.
•
Staff council meetings are conducted from time to time to discuss various issues
related to curricular aspects.
•
Teachers are involved in process of examination from question paper setting to
the evaluation work. Students are benefited by these experiences of the teachers
in effective implementation of the curriculum.
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1.1.3. What type of support (procedural and practical) do the teachers receive
(from the University and/ or institution) for effectively translating the
curriculum and improving their teaching practices?
The teachers receive the support from the university and institution for
effectively translating the curriculum and improving their teaching practices in
following ways•
The teachers are encouraged by deputing them to participate in Orientation
Courses and Refresher Courses organized by UGC Academic Staff Colleges of
various universities.
•
The university and some colleges frequently conduct workshops, orientation
classes and seminars whenever new curriculum is introduced. The teachers are
deputed to participate in these programmes.
•
The institution arranges guest lectures on the revised topics by inviting subject
experts.
•
The university suggests the reference books for revised syllabus. The institution
purchases these books for the benefit of the teachers and students.
•
Teachers are provided teaching aids and resource material like periodicals,
journals, reference books and internet facilities etc.
•
The institution promotes each faculty for innovative programmes and research
activities through imparting exposure to them.
1.1.4. Specify the initiatives taken up or contribution made by the institution for
effective curriculum delivery and transaction on the Curriculum provided
by the affiliating University or other statutory agency.
•
The college deputes its faculty to participate in Workshops, Seminars,
Conferences, Orientation and Refreshers Courses.
•
Guest lectures from nearby colleges are invited by various departments. Study
tours and field visits are organized by various departments from Arts,
Commerce, Science and Computer Science.
•
Teaching and non - teaching staff is recruited as per the need of the
departments.
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Infrastructural facilities, books, lab-equipments, lab material, instruments,
•
computers, models and charts etc are provided by the college.
Department and state-level seminars are conducted in the college from time to
•
time.
The students are encouraged to participate in the class seminars, project- works,
•
field surveys and industrial visits every year.
UGC schemes and funds are properly utilized for enriching laboratories and
•
library.
1.1.5.
How does the institution network and interact with beneficiaries such as
industry, research bodies and the university in effective operationalisation
of the curriculum?
The PG students and teachers of our institution have interaction and network
with organizations like banking services and insurance companies. The college
has a network with industries for providing better job opportunities to the
students. Efforts are made to assist students.
To avail opportunities in the job market for enhancing the employability
among the students; various career oriented programmes are run by the college.
The following MoUs are established.
State MoUs
• The department of Chemistry and Food Science has MoU with Puru Lab,
Jaysingpur, Nikhil Analytical Research Pvt.Ltd. Sangli and Swabhimani Agro
Food Production Ltd. Jaysingpur in 2012-13.
• Dr. Mrs. M.V.Kale has recently devised MoU with Tomke Aurvedic Products,
Nimshirgaon, Jaysingpur in 2013-14.
National MoUs
• The institution has signed a MoU with Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla in
2013-14.
International MoUs
Dr. S. R. Sabale (Dept.of chemistry) has recently signed a MoU with School of
Life Sciences, Shanghai University, Shanghai, China for his Post-Doctoral
research in 2012-13
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University
Faculty members are also involved in different activities of affiliating university
like curriculum designing, question paper setting, evaluation, conduction of
annual examinations of Shivaji University and other universities.
Research bodies
The college has introduced research-labs for Chemistry and Physics for
M.Sc., M.Phil. and Ph.D. students in 2012-13 and 2013-14 respectively which
procure research opportunities to the students. With the collaboration of local
industries and the institutions, the students get prospects for greater potential for
research work. The institution is also flourished with greater number of Ph.D.
holders advancing the research outlook in the students. The teachers with
innovative ideas impart their research excellence and induce the research spirit
in the students. One of the teachers from Chemistry department Dr. Sabale S.R.
has completed Post Doctorate research work at ‘School of Life Sciences’
Shanghai University, Shanghai.
1.1.6. What are the contributions of the institution and / or its staff members to the
development of the curriculum by the University? (Number of staff
members /departments represented on the Board of Studies, student
feedback, teacher feedback, and stakeholder feedback provided specific
suggestions etc.)
12 Faculty nominated on B.O.S. and other committees of Shivaji University,
Kolhapur during 2009-2014.
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Sr.No.
1
Name of Faculty
Dr.S.D. Thikane
Subject
Mathematics
2
Dr.B.V.Tamhankar
3
4
Dr. S.A. Manjare
Dr. Mrs. M.V. Kale
5
Dr.Mrs. S.S.Mahajan
6
Dr.S.B.Bansode
Food Science and
Quality Control
Zoology
Food Science and
Quality Control
Physics, B.VoC
Automobile, Printing
and Publishing)
Hindi
Body
Member Faculty of
Science, Member BOS
Ad-hoc Member, BOS
Member, Sub-committee
Ad-hoc Member, BOS
Member Faculty of
Science, Member BOS,
Ad-hoc B.VoC. chairman
Member, BOS
7
8
9
10
11
Dr.N.L.Kadam
Dr.B.M.Sargar
Dr. B.M.Mane
Dr. R. D. Mane
Dr. S.R.Sabale
12.
Dr. P.P. Chikode
Commerce
Chemistry
Political Science
Physics
Chemistry (B.VoC
Automobile, Printing
and Publishing)
Physics (Automobile,
Printing and
Publishing)
Member,Sub-committee
Member,Sub-committee
Member,Sub-committee
Member,Sub-committee
Invited Member, BOS
Ad-hoc- member, BOS
Invited Member, BOS
Stakeholders Feedback
1. Feedback from Alumni
Meetings of Alumni Association are conducted to ensure their
interactions with the faculty members and principal. Alumni are encouraged to
give their suggestions for better improvement in curriculum and the college.
Nearly 25 feedback forms are filled up by the alumni members.
2. Feedback from Parents
Feedback from parents is obtained through organizing teacher-parents
meetings. Various issues like curriculum, attendance, discipline, study-tours and
academic performance of students are discussed and new measures are taken to
cater quality excellence. 50 feedback forms are filled up by the parents.
3. Feedback from Students
Institution has its separate students’ feedback mechanism to deal with
students’ views and opinions regarding curriculum. Students’ feedbacks are
received through feedback-questionnaire. 180 feedback forms are filled.
4. Feedback from Teachers
Teachers’ feedback is taken at the end of each academic term. 30 feedback
forms are filled and suggestions regarding curriculum are collected.
Feedback redressal
The feedbacks collected through above systems are given thought in the
meeting of IQAC and suggestions are provided by IQAC for better improvement
of curricular aspects.
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1.1.7
Does the institution develop curriculum for any of the courses offered
(other than those under the purview of the affiliating university) by it? If
‘yes’, give details on the process (‘Needs Assessment’, design, development
and planning) and the courses for which the curriculum has been
developed.
Yes.
Some of the departments from the institution have developed the
curriculum for the following courses:
•
Certificate Course in Communication Skills in English.
•
Certificate Course in Soil, Water and Food analysis.
•
Certificate Course in Information Technology and Computer Application.
•
Certificate Course in Bakery and Confectionary.
•
Certificate Course in Business Process Outsourcing.
•
Certificate Course in Plant Tissue Culture
•
Certificate Course in Personality Development
•
Certificate Course in Television and Video Production
•
B.Voc. in Automobile, Printing and Publishing
Needs Assessment
The ‘Certificate Course in Communication Skills in English’ provides
adequate practice of communication in English and enables them to
communicate with fluency and proficiency in various life situations. The
Certificate Course in ‘Soil, Water and Food Analysis’ expertise the students to
deal with local agricultural problems. Further, ‘Certificate Course in Information
Technology and Computer Application and Business Process Outsourcing
equips the students with soft- skills and motor-skills. The course in ‘Bakery and
Confectionary’ imparts the market-oriented skill of setting own small-scale food
industry.
Design
The above courses are designed according to the feedback obtained from
the parents and students. The tenure, the strength of students and curriculumframework for these courses is designed by the concern faculty.
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Development and Planning
Proper infrastructure as per the need of the course is made available for
these courses and due care is taken while utilizing the economical recourses
generated through fees for these courses. The enrollment fees for these courses
vary according to the course. The duration of these courses is one year.
1.1.8. How does institution analyze/ensure that the stated objectives of curriculum
are achieved in the course of implementation?
• A number of students from this institution have established their own industries
in the vicinity.
• A considerable number of students are getting ranks in the entrance-exams
conducted by various universities for admission into PG Courses.
• Many students get job opportunities in software companies, business
organizations, and education institutions.
• A few students have secured posts through MPSC exam.
• A good number of students have been selected for the post of Assistant Teacher
and Assistant Professor in the same institution.
1.2
Academic Flexibility
1.2.1 Specifying the goals and objectives give details of the certificate/diploma/ skill
development courses etc., offered by the institution.
Number of Carrier Oriented Courses = 05
1) Communication Skills in English – (Department of English)
Goals:• Imparting effective communicating skills to the students.
• Generating proficiency level in use of English.
• Development of societal ability and empowerment of qualitative employment.
Objectives:• To provide a comprehensive theory-base for communication skills in English.
• To endow with adequate practice of communication in English.
• To impart exposure to the students for actual life situations through projects and
tasks.
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• To encourage the students to communicate with fluency and proficiency in
various institutions through role-play.
• To develop the interview techniques to be eligible for better job opportunities.
2) Soil, Water and Food Analysis – (Department of Chemistry)
Goals:•
Development of human resources by setting up water, soil and food
analytical laboratories to establish a consultancy center.
•
Introduce skilled work-force to meet the need of agro-based projects.
Objectives:•
To impart knowledge of Laboratory Setting.
•
To expertise soil, water and food analysis.
•
To equip the student to deal with local agricultural problems.
•
To improve practical skill of students for industrial applications.
3) Information and Computer Application – (Department of Physics)
Goals:•
Creating computer proficiency among the students.
•
Developing the skills of computer software and hardware performance.
•
Providing exposure to personal and career development.
Objectives:•
To equip the students with fundamental theory of computer application.
•
To provide the opportunity to handle various software systems.
•
To encourage the students to exercise the computer knowledge for getting
placements.
4) Bakery and Confectionary- (Department of Food Science and Quality
Control)
Goals:•
Developing the skill of various baking procedures.
•
Providing the knowledge of various kinds of ingredients used in baking and
equipments used in bakery industries.
•
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Encouraging self-employability among the students through bakery industry.
Objectives:•
To impart the essential skills used in Bakery Industry.
•
To expertise the students in preparation of different bakery and
confectionary products.
•
To expertise in analysis of different food products.
•
To impart knowledge of setting small domestic food industry.
5) Business Process Outsourcing – (Department of Commerce)
Goals:•
Develop creativity of the students through providing analytical skills.
•
Create awareness about corporate world and corporate culture among the
students.
•
Improve the communication skill through language enhancement and
corporate vocabulary.
Objectives:•
To enhance thinking skills and creativity of the students.
•
To introduce corporate culture and corporate vocabulary.
•
To develop corporate skills.
1.2.2. Does the institution offer programmes that facilitate twinning/dual degree?
If ‘yes’, give details.
No. The institution is not offering programmes that facilitate twinning /
dual degree.
1.2.3. Give details on the various institutional provisions with reference to
academic flexibility and how it has been helpful to students in terms of
skills development, academic mobility, progression to higher studies and
improved potential for employability.
•
Range of Core/Elective options offered by the University and opted by
the college.
•
Choice Based Credit System and range of subject options.
•
Courses offered in modular form.
•
Credit transfer and accumulation facility.
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•
Lateral and vertical mobility within and across programmes and
courses.
•
Enrichment courses
Admission policy provides flexibility with respect to change in faculty
and core subjects on the following grounds:•
Students have an opportunity to change their subject combination by
applying within fifteen days before the last date of admission.
•
Flexibility to the students to move from one discipline to another.
•
Change of the faculty subject allowed against vacant seats in the concerned
faculty subject. The marks obtained by such students should be higher than
students having lowest marks in admission
As per the University norms, there is horizontal mobility to Science
students to move to Arts or Commerce stream and Commerce students to Arts
stream. Any student can proffer any one of the courses conducted under COP.
● Range of core / elective options offered by the university and those opted by
the college.
As per the guidelines of Shivaji University Kolhapur, following core
subject and optional subjects are available in the college.
Sr.
No.
1
Degree
B.A.
Honours
Core
Elective Subjects
Marathi, English
Scientific Method
English, Marathi/Political Science,
Hindi/ History, Economics/
Psychology, Geography/
Education
Marathi/Hindi/English,
Economics/Psychology/Eduction,
Geography/ History/ Political
Science
Marathi, Hindi, English,
Economics, Geography, History,
Political Science, Psychology
Business Economics, Principles of
Business Management, Finiancial
Accounting, Insurance/ Geography
English, Logic,
Co-operation, Ecology
HSRM, Env. Studies
English
2
Matrthi
English
B. Com
Honours
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English,
Business Economics,
Environment Studies,
Corporate Accounting,
Fundamentals
of No Elective
Entrepreneurship,
Business Statistics
Money and Financial
system
Modern
Management Advanced Accountancy/ Industrial
Practices,
Business Management/ Advanced Banking
Regulatory Frame work,
Co-operative Development,
Business Environment
English
Chemistry
3
B. Sc.
Honours
B.B.A
4
5
B.C.A.
B.C.S.
6
A Group- Physics, Mathematics,
Statistics.
B Group- Physics/ Food Science
and Quality Control, Botany,
Zoology
Environment Studies,
A Group- Physics, Chemistry,
Mathematics.
B Group- Botany, Zoology,
Chemistry/ Food Science and
Quality Control,
English
Physics, Chemistry, Botany,
Zoology, Mathematics, Food
Science and Quality Control.
Principles of Management No elective subjects.
Financial Accounting
Marketing Management
Human-Resource
Management
Business Economics
Business Communication
Computer Application in
Business
Fundamental of Computer Lab Course I (based on paper No.
C Programming
101 and 104)
Principal of Management Lab Course II (based on paper No.
Financial
Accounting 102)
with Tally 9.0
Business Communication
and Office Management
Discrete
Mathematic No elective subjects
Algebra
Electronics Devices and
Circuits
Digital Electronics
Descriptive Statistics
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7
M.A.
Marathi
M.A.
Hindi
M.A.
Economics
8
M.Com.
9
M.Sc.
Probability and Discrete
Probability Distribution
Introduction to Computer
and Data Processing
Introduction
Programming Using C-I
Sahitya Vichar Samiksha No elective subjects
Aani Soundryashastra
Eka Lekhakacha Abhyas
Marathi Vangmyacha
Itihas
Marathi Vangmy
Chalvalicha Abhyas
No elective subjects
Aadhunik Gadya Sahitya
Bhasha Vidhyan Evm
Hindi
Bhasha
Prayojanmulak Hindi
Sahitiyk Varg
No elective subjects
Micro Economic Analysis
Economics of Growth and
Development
Principle and Practice of
Co-operation
Economics of Money and
Banking
Management Concepts
No elective subjects
and Organizational
Behaviour
Managerial Economics
Advanced AccountancyPI
Advanced Accountancy-P
II
Analytical Chemistry
1. Environmental
Analytical
Chemistry
2.General Applied Techniques
Range of Core/Elective options offered by the University and opted by the
college is enclosed in Appendix, Annexure IV (B)
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•
Choice Based Credit System and range of subject optionsApplicable for only M. Sc. Chemistry (from 2013-14)
•
Courses offered in modular form-
NA
•
Credit transfer and accumulation facility-
•
Lateral and vertical mobility within and across programmes and
coursesNA
•
Enrichment courses
The institution has introduced various enrichment courses during the last
NA
five years to promote skill-oriented learning in the students. Following
faculty-wise enrichment courses introduced.
Arts faculty
•
Certificate Course in Communication skills in English.
•
Rural Journalism and Mass Communication.
•
Balwadi Teacher’s Education Curriculum.
•
Library Management.
Commerce Faculty
•
Certificate Course in Business Process Outsourcing.
•
Introduction to Income Tax.
Science faculty
•
Certificate Course in Soil, Water and Food analysis.
•
Certificate
Course
in
Information
Technology
and
Computer
Application.
•
Certificate Course in Bakery and Confectionary.
•
Certificate Course in Medical Laboratory Technology.
Vocational Courses
•
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
•
Bachelor of Computer Application(BCA)
•
Bachelor of Computer Science (BCS)
1.2.4. Does the institution offer self-financed programmes? If ‘yes’, list them and
indicate how they differ from other programmes, with reference to
admission, curriculum, fee structure, teacher qualification, salary etc.
Yes, the institution offers following self-financed programmes:
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Sr.
No
1.
2
3
4
5.
6
Name of the Course
Duration
Course fee
M.A.
M.Com.
M.Sc.
B.B.A.,
B.C.A.,
B.C.S.
Food Science
Quality Control
B.A.III, History,
Political Science,
Psychology.
2 Years
2 Years
2 Years
3 Years
3210/3210/55838/24795/47955/47295/15,000/-
and 3 Years
1 year
3550/3550/4550/-
Admission
Criterion
on Merit
on Merit
on Merit
on Merit
Choice based
Choice based
The permanent staff members and the new staff recruited by the
management are handling self-finance programme. The curricula and fee
structure are framed by the university. The qualifications of the faculties are as
per university rules and norms. The teachers appointed for these courses are
given a consolidated salary of Rs. 5000/- to 10,000/- per month.
1.2.5
Does the college provide additional skill oriented programmes, relevant to
regional and global employment markets? If ‘yes’ provide details of such
programme and the beneficiaries.
Yes, the institution provides the following UGC approved COC
programs relevant to regional and global employment markets.
•
Communication skills in English
•
Soil, Water and Food analysis
•
Information Technology and Computer Application
•
Bakery and Confectionary
•
Business Process Outsourcing.
Except the above UGC approved COC Courses, our college runs
following add-on certificated courses approved by Department of Adult and
Continuing Education and Extension Work and Lokvikas Centre, Shivaji
University, Kolhapur.
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•
Rural Journalism and Mass Communication (2003-onwards)
•
Balwadi Teacher’s Education Curriculum (2005-onwards)
•
Proficiency in the use of English (2009-onwards)
•
Introduction to Income Tax (2009-10, 2010-11)
•
Library Management (2010-11)
•
Computer Application (2010-11)
•
Certificate Course in Medical Laboratory Technology. (2013-14)
The above mentioned skill-based courses make available various job
opportunities to the college students as well as the women from the nearing rural
areas that are economically backward and below poverty line. Such students and
women are presently working in schools, local newspapers and in industries and
labs.
1.2.6 Does the University provide for the flexibility of combining the conventional
face- to-face and Distance Mode of Education for students to choose the
courses/ combination of their choice” If ‘yes’, how does the institution take
advantage of such provision for the benefit of students?
Yes, students are allowed to enroll for various diploma and certificate
courses of Shivaji University and also other Universities of distance education.
1.3.
Curriculum Enrichment
1.3.1. Describe the efforts made by institution to supplement the University’s
Curriculum to ensure that the academic programmers and Institution’s
goals and objectives are integrated?
The curriculum planning which is stated above well-defines the goals of
the institution. The curriculum set by university is strictly observed in the
college and the initiatives are taken by considering the guidelines given by the
university. The vary goals and objectives are carried to their virtual
implementation with the help of university curriculum and the various activities
conducted in college from time to time. Such practices nurture supplementary
role with university curriculum and the objectives of curriculum laid by the
institution. Following effective measures are taken to ensure the proper
synchronization of university curriculum, intuitional goals and objectives.
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College organizes INSPIRE-programme for motivating students for research
work.
•
Conducting extension lectures of invited experts in various faculties.
•
Collecting data from internet and related web-sites for enriching the
curricular aspects and activities.
•
Well-equipped labs with support instruments.
•
Conducting students’ seminar.
•
Organizing educational and industrial tours.
•
Organizing educational exhibition from academic year 2010
•
Book-bank scheme is run by the college library for students and other
readers.
•
Some departments run departmental library.
•
Arranging book exhibition.
1.3.2. What are the efforts made by the institution to modify, enrich and organize
the curriculum to explicitly reflect the experiences of the students and cater
to needs of the dynamic employment market?
Institution tries its best to modify, enrich and organize the curriculum to
reflect the experiences of the students and cater to needs of the dynamic
employment market in the following ways:
•
Faculty members nominated for Board of Studies of University, actively
participate in modifying action and up gradation of the syllabus taking in
consideration the contemporary global needs of the students suggested by
the teachers and faculty.
•
The institution always aspires to take necessary steps by promoting the
teaching as well as non-teaching staff for various workshops, seminars,
conferences and training conducted at college and university level.
•
The institution also fosters a number of COC, add-on and remedial courses
in the advancement of the needs of the students as well as the dynamic
employment market.
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•
Students from Arts, Commerce, Science and Computer Science streams are
being absorbed by the private corporate sector.
•
Commerce faculty organized study-tour to Chakote Industry, Nandani to
study the investment, profit and loss account and total turn-over of the
company.
•
The faculty of science organizes field-visits, research-tours, study-tours to
mobilize implicit experiences to the students for seeking better job
opportunities in industrial sectors and research institutes.
•
College has its Anekant Competitative Exam Centre guiding the students for
MPSC, UPSC and Banking exams. Many students get chances to secure
employment in government sector.
•
The commerce department has organized a two day workshop on
‘Entrepreneurship Development Programme’ for commerce students.
1.3.3 Enumerate the efforts made by the institution to integrate the cross cutting
issues such as Gender, Climate Change, Environmental Education, Human
Rights , ICT etc., into the curriculum?
The institution provides equal opportunity for the girls and the boys by
imparting co-education in Shirol taluka. Further the issues climate change and
environmental education are given priority in university curriculum. The
institution has been taking a few special efforts to promote the awareness about
human rights and ICT. The institution presides over the following programmes
and activities.
1. Gender
•
A lecture of Smt. Sudha Kankariya on ‘Infanticide’ was organized in order to
create the awareness among girl-students.
•
One Day Workshop was organized on the empowerment of women regarding
legal provisions pertaining to safety and security.
•
One Day seminar was organized on discrimination of women and dowry
prevention in 2010-11.
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•
Ladies Welfare Committee exists to provide guidance and counseling the girlstudents. It organizes lectures to pass on awareness among the girl-students
about personal hygiene, nutrition and laws for women.
•
Self-empowerment programme organized with joint efforts of Jaysingpur
College Jaysingpur and Igniting Mind, Mumbai.
•
Organised ‘Mulino Nirbhay Wha’ (Women Empowerment) in college in support
with Sakal Tanishka
•
Run ‘Lek Janmali’ (Baby Girl Birth) a social awareness programme by Shri
Uday Shirolkar (Alumni)
•
Organised ‘Beautification Therapy Programme’ for girl students in the college.
•
Organized a slide show on the burning social issue ‘Female Feticide: Whom To
Blame?’ by Rotarian Mr. Dhananjay Arwade.
•
Arranged Women Rights and Gender Equality on the World Women’s Day (8th
March 2014).
2. Climate Change and Environmental Education
The university has introduced 'Environmental Studies’ for all 2nd year
students of all faculties as a part of the curriculum. The institution conducts
extension lectures on different topics of environment science. The awareness
about environment pollution and hygiene is brought among students by
conducting lectures of expertise in the camps of NCC and NSS units of our
institution. The NSS volunteers and NCC cadets bring awareness in the adopted
villages during the period of special camps.
Tree plantation is also encouraged in the college environment. NSS and
NCC units play their vital role in tree plantation. In addition, seminars have been
arranged on pollution free Ganesh Festival and it helps to restore environmental
balance.
3. Human Rights
Some topics pertaining to human rights have been incorporated in the
curriculum of B.A. Part I optional paper (Political Science). College uses both
formal and informal methods of teaching human rights education. State Level
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Seminar on Human Rights was organized in 2010. Constitution Day celebrated
on 26th November, 2013.
4. Information Communication Technology
Most of the departments regularly use ICT based teaching methods.
Teachers have regularly access to internet and download the required
information to prepare ICT based lectures. The institution has started ICT based
courses like BBA, BCA and BCS. In addition to this, Physics and Mathematics
practical are conducted on the basis of information technology. A well-equipped
computer lab exists in the college for imparting practical training to the students.
The institution has its website and it is updated from time to time.
The
institution has maintained computerized administrative and official record. We
have moderate facility of PCs, LCDs, projectors, printers, wi-fi and internet. We
have been a regular subscriber of n-list programme for e-Books and journals.
We have 227 CDs and a well-established UGC Resource Centre. 17 teaching
staff and 03 non-teaching staff participated in a special ICT based programme
jointly organized by IQAC Jaysingpur College, Jaysingpur and IQAC, Himachal
Pradesh University, Shimala from 11th to 16th November, 2013.
1.3.4. What are the various value-added courses / enrichment programmes offered
to ensure holistic development of students?
•
moral and ethical values
•
employable and life skills
•
better career options
•
community orientation
Institution paves grounds for academic excellence, employability and
societal aspiration which go hand in hand. The ethical and moral values are the
part and parcel of academic activities. By organizing various rallies with support
local NGOs, the institution promotes the very cause of its community role.
•
Moral and ethical values
Institution celebrates National Days, birth and death anniversaries of
national heroes to imbibe moral and ethical values in students. Professors and
students deliver speeches on such occasions. Essay and elocution competitions
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are arranged to transform the values. Our 'Gandhi Adhyasan Centre' holds
examinations on the Gandhian literature which helps to create awareness about
the patriotic values. Teachers Day is also spontaneously celebrated by the
students which witnesses the students’ feelings towards the teachers.
•
Employable and life skills
The institution endorses grounds for the students for the future carrier
opportunities by introducing skill-based courses in COC, vocational courses and
add-on courses. Through these courses, the students acquire life skills necessary
for seeking better job opportunities in government sectors, private sectors and in
entrepreneurship. The ICT based teaching orients the upcoming challenges in
the IT sectors.
• Better career options
There is continuous review and counseling taken by the teachers during
their lectures to inspire the students for career choice. The institution also offers
the career oriented courses, MPSC guidance and proper infrastructure providing
various practices for better prospects in their life. The placement opportunities
are made available to the students as per the requirement of corporate sectors.
• Community orientation
For community orientation, the college shows participation in various
community-based programmes. Such programmes include rallies and campaigns
organized by NSS and NCC departments in the college. Further, NSS organizes
‘Shramsanskar Shibir’ in nearing villages to create awareness about cleanliness,
hygiene, education and the status of women. At college level, Maharashtra
Vivekwahini and Socratic club try to cultivate rational and scientific attitudes in
students. Students are motivated to participate in community-oriented
programmers. Institution also organized seminars on Pollution-free Ganesh
Festival and Environment Balance and Agricultural Debt Exemption. The NCC
and NSS units organize following programs every year.
•
•
•
•
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Blood Donation Camp
Tree Plantation Programme
Clean and Green City Drive
Women Empowerment and Awareness Drive
•
•
•
•
1.3.5. Citing
AIDS Campaign
Save Fuel Rally
Traffic Police Awareness Drive
Anti Alcohol Drive
a few examples enumerate on the extent of use of the feedback from
stakeholders in enriching the curriculum?
An institution has formal feedback system through questionnaire
(feedback form) on curriculum. Such feedbacks are taken through meetings with
students, parents and alumni. The suggestions are invited from stakeholders and
rectified through the proper channel. The members of Board of Studies play
important role in enriching the curriculum to its effective implementation. As a
result college has taken a step to introduce the following courses as per the
expectations and the need of stakeholders.
1. M. A. (Hindi)
2. M. Com.
3. M. Sc. (Chemistry)
1.3.6. How does the institution monitor and evaluate the quality of its enrichment
programmes?
The quality of enrichment programmes is monitored and evaluated by
establishing IQAC. The principal, the coordinator of IQAC and the members of
IQAC collect the departmental reports and take essential steps to sort out the
problems. The curricular, co-curricular and extra- curricular activities are
planned at the beginning of academic year. Academic calendar is prepared and
the teaching plan is developed and followed. Principal reviews academic
progress in meetings with heads and faculty members. Further necessary steps
are taken to complete the syllabus in given time. As per the university
guidelines, assignment work and test-tutorials are conducted and evaluated
through Central Assessment Programme (CAP). All these quality enrichment
programmes are carried out under the guidance of the principal, IQAC
coordinator and the IQAC members.
1.4.
Feedback System -
1.4.1. What are the contribution of the institution in the design and development of
the curriculum prepared by the university?
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The institution does not play any direct role in the design and
development of the curriculum. As the curriculum is designed and further
developed by Shivaji University, the institution only implements the same
syllabi. Generally, syllabi are revised once in three years. The Board of Studies
and syllabus revision sub-committee take the decision for change in the present
syllabi and the faculty members suggest necessary change in the existing syllabi.
The faculty members participate in workshop on revised syllabus organized by
university at different colleges and these faculty members undergo the
discussion on revised topics.
Our faculty members design and developed a unique syllabus for three years B.
Sc. in Food Science and Quality Control and received approval and
implemented during 2010-11.
The institution at its level has designed its syllabus to meet the terms of
the stakeholders. These courses are run in the institution providing the
framework as per the faculty.
•
Communication skills in English (2008-09)
•
Soil, Water and Food analysis (2009-10)
•
Remedial Courses syllabus for Arts and Science (2009-10)
•
Information Technology and Computer Application (2010-11)
•
Bakery and Confectionary (2012-13)
•
Business Process Outsourcing (2013-14)
•
Plant Tissue Culture (2014-15)
•
Television and Video Production (2014-15)
•
Personality Development (2014-15)
1.4.2. Is there a formal mechanism to obtain feedback from students and
stakeholders on Curriculum?
If ‘yes’, how is it communicated to the
University and made use internally for curriculum enrichment and
introducing changes / new programmes?
The institution has formal mechanism to obtain feedback from students
and stakeholders. The feedback from the students and the stakeholders is
communicated to university through the representative faculty working as the
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members Board of Studies. The decisions on introducing new programmes and
any changes in the curriculum are taken after discussion of Board of Studies and
sub-committee meetings at university.
•
Students’ feedback
The students’ feedback is collected for better suggestions regarding curriculum.
These feedbacks are put forward to the department for further action.
•
Teachers’ feedback
The teachers’ feedback is collected for better suggestions regarding curriculum.
These feedbacks are forwarded to the Board of Studies.
•
Parents’/ Alumni feedback
During alumni association and parent meetings, college collects their feedback
and suggestions for existing syllabus. Such feedback is collected by the
committee and these suggestions are conveyed to the concerned faculty for
further action.
1.4.3. How many new programmers / Courses were introduced by the institution
during the last four years? What was the rationale for introducing new
courses / Programmes?)
The following new programmes / courses were introduced during the last four
years.
Programmed / Course introduced
Year of Introduction
1.B.B.A.
2009-10
2.B.C.A.,B.C.S.
2009-10
3. M.Com.
2009-10
4.Food Science and Quality Control
2010-11
5.M.Sc. (Analytical Chemistry)
2010-11
6.M.A. ( Hindi)
2010-11
7.B.A. III (Psychology, History, Political Science)
2011-12
Any other information regarding curricular aspects which the college would like to
include.
The institution has undertaken various programme to enrich the curricular aspects.
Following are achievements during the last four years.
A. UGC- B.Voc. programme syllabus prepared
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B.Voc. in Automobiles
•
B.Voc. in Printing and Publishing.
B. Syllabus (with Course Design scheme of Making etc.) for three years B. Sc. in
Food Science and Quality Control got approval and accordingly started
implementing since 2010-11.
C. Remedial Coaching: prepared and implemented the syllabus for remedial
coaching in English, Accountancy, Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology,
Mathematics and Statistics.
D. Teaching Weaker Learners: prepared and activated curriculum for weaker
learners teaching in English.
•
Submitted suggestions to the Board of Studies of Shivaji University,
Kolhapur for changes and addition in the curriculum of various subjects.
•
23 faculty members allotted with Ph.D.
•
02 faculty members completed M.Phil.
•
11 faculty members secured NET/SET eligibility.
•
Dr. Sabale S.R. completed Post Doctorate research work at ‘School of Life
Sciences’ Shanghai University, Shanghai.
•
One day workshop organized on “Preparation for NAAC Reaccredidation”
in 2012-13.
•
Dept of Chemistry organized a state-level seminar on “Chemistry in Our
Life” in 2011-12.
•
Participation of science students in Avishakar.
•
N-list programme introduced.
•
Educational Exhibition and Grantha Dindi.
•
Organization of Elocution and Quiz competition.
•
Lead college workshops on various topics.
•
Research and career oriented books added in library.
•
Department of Psychology, Jaysingpur College, Jaysingpur and Shivaji
University, Kolhapur organized one day workshop on “Revised Syllabus of
Psychology B.A. I, Paper I and II” on 6th Aug., 2013.
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The institutional goals and objectives are in compliance with the
academic programmes in the college. The curriculum is developed by Shivaji
University, Kolhapur to which the college is affiliated. However, a few
programmes /courses are designed by the concerned faculty of our college. The
college has three faculties i.e. Arts, Commerce and Science for the degree
courses. Besides these traditional courses, the college has introduced selffinanced courses like BBA, BCA. and BCS to equip the students to enhance
computer literacy among rural students and to compete in global employment
market. It also offers UGC-COC programmes. Further, the faculty participating
in orientation /refresher courses, involvement in workshops and seminars has
resulted in sufficient exposure to recent advances and changes of the
curriculum-oriented novel initiatives. Our faculty members give suggestions to
the Board of Studies (BOS) of Shivaji University through various workshops
concerning modified curricula. The college takes curriculum feedbacks from the
students and these feedbacks are conveyed to the BOS for better improvement.
The department of Psychology has pioneered a special effort to conduct a
workshop on revised syllabus for B. A. I.
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CRITERION II:
TEACHING, LEARNING AND EVALUATION
2.1
Student Enrolment and Profile:
2.1.1 How does the college ensure publicity and transparency in the admission
process?
All the members of the college administration, teaching and other staff
work very hard to design and execute a foolproof admission procedure that
facilitates and comforts the new entrants in the college.
Announcement Procedure:
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The admission procedure prescribed by the University is strictly followed
with all its bylaws and regulations. At the time of admission the college
ensures publicity and transparency in the following ways:
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Local news papers
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Personal visits to schools and Jr. colleges
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Notices on school/ Jr. college boards
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College website and E-mails
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Flex boards are displayed in the major areas in the city
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Pamphlets are distributed to the XII standard students.
Admission Procedure:
Admission procedure is as per guidelines of the government and affiliated
university
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Admission Committee looks after the planning and execution of
admissions for all the classes
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Preparation of Merit Lists for the entry point at the UG & PG
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We follow ONE WINDOW admission system
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RAGGING documents meticulously filled by the students
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A Grievance Redressal Committee is appointed to take care of grievances
and inconveniences, during admission process
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This committee is very liberal and congenial towards the girl students
2.1.2
Explain in detail the criteria adopted and process of admission- (Ex. (i)
merit (ii) common admission test conducted by state agencies and national
agencies (iii) Combination of merit and entrance test or merit, entrance test
and interview (iv) any other) to various programmes of the Institution.
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The performance of the students in the qualifying examination is usually the
basis of merit to be considered while preparing the merit lists.
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The students not included in the merit lists are given special guidance and
counseling service by the teachers to choose the subjects for various courses.
2.1.3
Give the minimum and maximum percentage of marks for admission at
entry level for each of the programmes offered by the college and provide a
comparison with other colleges of the affiliating university within the
city/district.
Minimum and maximum % at entry point (2014- 2015)
Maximum Percentage
at entry level
85.08%
Minimum Percentage
at entry level
38.92%
B.Com. I
84.15%
44.46%
B.Sc. I
81.08%
39.23%
B.B.A. - I
57.75%
45.00%
B.C.A. - I
61.47%
43.35%
B.C.S. - I
59.75%
45.43%
M.A. I Marathi
77.14%
44.15%
M.A. I Economics
65.70%
44.14%
M.A. I Hindi
67.77%
42.13%
M.Com.I
80.50%
49.17%
M.Sc. I
79.16%
55.15%
Course/ Programme
B.A. I
2.1.4
Is there a mechanism in the institution to review the admission process and
student profiles annually? If ‘yes’ what is the outcome of such effort and
how has it contributed to the improvement for the process?
Yes, there is a mechanism to review the process at every step. At the end
of every day the Admission Committee holds a meeting to review the process. It
attends to every problem and changes are made accordingly. It notes the
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advancing and receding trends for each and every course every day and tries to
bring a balance. The critical cases are discussed and necessary decisions are
taken under the guidance of the principal.
2.1.5 Reflecting on the strategies adopted to increase/improve access for following
categories of students, enumerate on how the admission policy of the
institution and its student profiles demonstrate/ reflect the National
commitment to diversity and inclusion.
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SC/ST
OBC
Women
•
Differently-abled
Economically weaker sections
Minority
•
Any other
The institution strictly adheres and follows the goals of National
Commitment to diversity and inclusion of students of various sections
mentioned above. The following table is self evident in this regard.
Category wise Distribution (2013-2014):
1
B.A. I
Sc
M
47
2
B.Sc. I
16
23
0
0
18
17
05
04
0
0
34
34
65
59
3
B.Com. I
09
03
0
0
07
03
04
01
0
0
18
07
25
15
4
5
M.A. Mar
M.A. Hindi
06
01
05
11
0
0
0
0
0
01
0
05
0
01
0
04
0
0
0
0
0
08
0
07
0
40
0
14
6
M.A. Eco.
20
10
0
0
07
02
03
01
0
0
02
04
45
22
7
M.Com.
06
08
0
0
06
01
02
01
0
0
15
19
18
31
8
9
10
M.Sc
B.B.A. - I
B.C.A. - I
04
02
04
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
02
01
02
0
0
0
0
0
01
0
0
01
0
0
0
0
0
0
06
0
02
16
0
03
16
02
07
14
03
03
11
B.C.S. - I
01
0
0
0
01
01
01
0
0
0
03
04
02
06
S. N.
Class
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F
04
ST
M F
0
0
OBC
M
F
17
2
SBC
Disabled
M
F
M
F
03 01
0
0
Minortiy
M
F
26
3
General
M
F
89
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2.1.6
Provide the following details for various programmes offered by the
institution during the last four years and comment on the trends i.e reasons
for increase/decrease and actions initiated for improvement.
Demand Ratio
S
N
Progra
mme
No. of Applicants
No. of students Admitted
Demand Ratio
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2009-
2010
2011
2012
2013
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013-
-10
-11
-12
-13
-14
10
-11
-12
-13
-14
-10
-11
-12
-13
14
1
B.A. I
300
265
325
230
267
291
255
311
215
200
1:1
1:1
1:1
1:1
1:1
2
B.Com. I
140
135
140
115
117
140
129
133
103
92
1:1
1:1
1:1
1:1
1:1
3
B.Sc. I
150
240
260
260
475
144
217
246
246
275
1:1
1:1
1:1
1:1
1:2
4
B.B.A. I
25
17
10
7
8
25
17
10
7
8
1:1
1:1
1:1
1:1
1:1
5
B.C.A. I
49
20
20
0
23
49
20
20
0
23
1:1
1:1
1:1
1:1
1:1
6
B.C.S. I
17
8
11
9
22
17
8
11
9
22
1:1
1:1
1:1
1:1
1:1
7
M.A. I
Mar
37
37
33
48
40
37
37
33
48
40
1:1
1:1
1:1
1:1
1:1
8
M.A. I
Eco
28
12
35
39
52
28
12
35
39
52
1:1
1:1
1:1
1:1
1:1
9
M.A. I
Hindi
-
6
22
30
26
-
6
22
30
26
1:1
1:1
1:1
1:1
1:1
10
M.Com.I
30
80
70
75
65
30
60
51
57
57
1:1
1:1
1:1
1:1
1:1
11
M.Sc. I
-
20
22
22
22
-
20
22
22
22
1:1
1:1
1:1
1:1
1:1
Generally, the strength of all the faculties is increasing. As a result of increasing
scientific and commercial awareness, the trend to the sciences and commerce is
increasing year by year.
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2.2 Catering to Student Diversity
2.2.1 How does the institution cater to the needs of differently-abled students and
ensure adherence to government policies in this regard?
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The Govt. rule of 3% reservation for these students is meticulously observed by
the institution. However, no student with such disability is observed this year.
We have constructed ramp in our college on the ground floor for such students
there class rooms are arranged at the ground flooor.
•
Every member in the college is sensitive and sympathetic towards every
problem of these students. Every possible help and assistance is provided to
them on priority basis.
•
A separate periodical consultancy is arranged to guide and remove difficulties of
such students and mobile book service is provided to them.
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2.2.2
If necessary, personal attendants are also provided.
Does the institution assess the students’ needs in terms of knowledge and
skills before the commencement of the programme? If ‘yes’ give details on
the process.
Yes. At the first lecture the teacher introduces himself to the class in icebreaking lecture. After the teacher’s introduction, the self introduction of the
students is taken. Social and familial back ground of the students is identified
and students with poor background are supported wherever necessary. The
institution focuses on the progress of such students at the end of every term and
takes necessary steps. Inclination of the students for a particular course/ subject
is considered and compared with his performance in the qualifying exams.
2.2.3
What are the strategies adopted by the institution to bridge the knowledge
gap of the enrolled students to enable them to cope with the programme of
their choice?(Bridge /Remedial / Add-on / Enrichment Courses, etc. ) to
enable them to cope with the programme of their choice?
Our college has introduced COP courses, Remedial courses and Add-on courses
to the students
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2.2.4
How does the college sensitize its staff and students on issues such as
gender, inclusion, environment etc?
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Principal’s Address to the students in the first week of reopening of the college,
categorically deals with theses issues, detailing of the various rules and
regulations practisced in the college. He makes an appeal to all the members to
create and maintain a congenial atmosphere in this regard.
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We have separate cell for women empowerment that arranges various activities
and functions throughout the year to work against gender discrimination and for
gender inclusion.
•
We have Vivekwahini working against the vicious custom of social exclusion.
•
We have Nature Club and NSS that constantly work towards environment
consciousness.
•
The university has prescribed an environmental science, compulsory paper in
the syllabus for second year of degree course. The environment science teacher
of curricular activities towards this mission.
2.2.5
How does the institution identify and respond to special educational/
learning needs of advanced learners?
IDENTIFICATION OF THE ADVANCE LEARNERS: on the basis of
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Their marks in the qualifying examination
•
Their performance in the previous class
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Through personal mutual approach by the students and teachers.
OPPORTUNITIES MADE AVAILABLE FOR THEM:
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Co-curricular and extra curricular activities are worked out.
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These students are given extra library facilities.
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They are deputed for various competitions, opportunities that sharpen their
capabilities and participation in Awishkarand Educational Exibution.
•
Various announcements of outside competitions are displayed on the notice
board and formed Anekant Competative Examination Certer.
•
Outside social and academic bodies are allowed to open their counters in the
college to provide incampus exposure to the students.
•
A scholar batch scheme is operated.
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2.2.6. How does the institute collect, analyze and use the data and information on
the academic performance (through the programme duration) of the
students at risk of drop out (students from the disadvantaged sections of
society, physically challenged, slow learners, economically weaker sections
etc. who may discontinue their studies if some sort of support is not
provided)?
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The teachers constantly collect, analyze and use information about the dropouts
by continuous monitoring of the daily attendance record. A feed-back system
works at the end of every week, month. The class teacher is supplied with the
necessary information and accordingly letters are dispatched to the students
•
Academic performance related data (unit/exams result) is also periodically
collected by the class teacher
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The slow learners are motivated for Remedial and other Add-on courses
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The economically weaker students get financial assistance by the Govt. through
the college
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2.3
These students get extra facilities from the library as well as extra lectures
Teaching-Learning Process
2.3.1. How does the college plan and organize the teaching-learning and evaluation
schedules? (Academic calendar, teaching plan, evaluation blue print, etc)
PLANNING:
A) Teaching-Learning:
All the faculty members are instructed to prepare the semester-wise
teaching plan. In the departmental meetings, the concerned faculty discusses over
the distribution of workload, evaluation schedule, modes of evaluation,
examination results of the previous examinations and prepare the schedule of
further activities
•
Yearly academic calendar is prepared at college, department and individual
teacher level Maximum efforts are taken to adhere to this schedule.
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Individual teacher prepares a monthly teaching plan and maintains academic
diary
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The Academics Calendar is prepared in the very beginning of the
academic year and all the activities are carried out accordingly. The regular
feedback of the same is taken by organizing the periodical meetings.
B)
Evaluation work:
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The external examination schedule is declared by the university. The same is
followed by the college.
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The schedule for internal assessment is prepared by the departments. The
departments conduct various activities for continuous comprehensive evaluation
through the performance of the students in i) Seminars ii) Group Discussions
iii) Maintaining of the class notes
iv) Attendance.
2.3.2 How does IQAC contribute to improve the teaching-learning process?
As per the directives of UGC, our institution has established IQAC. It
has proved to be fruitful in enhancing and making the teaching-learning process
more effective.
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Guides the scheduling and executing the activities for the next year.
•
It tries to maintain and control the quality of the progress on the right track by
deleting and avoiding the mistakes and the drawbacks.
•
It decides the further planning and implementation of various innovative
activities.
2.3.3
How learning is made more student-centric? Give details on the support
structures and systems available for teachers to develop skills like
interactive learning, collaborative learning and independent learning
among the students?
Our institution tries to make learning more student-centric by making
them involve in teaching-learning process. We introduce the activities like
Group discussion, Seminars for all the classes, Interactive learning, Quiz, Brain
storming, Project method, Personalized instructional system, Open-book test,
Recitation, Use of ICT, Unit tests, Surprise test, Slide and Film shows, Use of
PPT, Screening of films and one-act plays, Discussion session after screening
session, Extra lectures,
•
Organization of the workshops under Lead College Activities for the students
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Ample opportunities are provided through NSS, NCC, Vivek Wahini and
Socratic Club.
•
Role Playing (Celebration of Teachers’ Day)
For implementation of the above, the institution supports the teachers
and the students by providing them with the necessary infrastructural and other
related facilities like Computer Lab (with 60 nodes), Rich library, Internet
Facility, Language lab, CDs, VCDs, DVDs, Projectors and Screens, LCD
Projectors, Adequate Classrooms, Research Journals and other Periodicals,
Cabins for the departments, Facilities of Central and Departmental library are
provided, The facilities of Reading Hall, Periodical and Journal section and
Newspaper section are the significant supplementary provisions.
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The teachers provide Net copies on the topic with remarks and notes to guide the
students for their independent learning.
•
The classroom teaching methods like Projects and Seminars added in the
activities for Independent learning.
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There are activities like Debating and Essay-writing competitions that sharpen
their independent thinking.
2.3.4
How does the institution nurture critical thinking, creativity and scientific
temper among the students to transform them into life-long learners and
innovators?
The institution nurtures critical thinking among the students by
organizing debate and elocution competitions. The institution publishes annual
magazine ‘Jaydeep’ in which the students get opportunity to write their creative
as well as critical views. The students are inspired to try with various forms of
creative writing like essays, stories, poetry, biographical writing, interviews of
the eminent personalities, pen-sketches, etc. In addition to this, some
departments publish wall papers on various themes. These are the platforms for
their informative expression and creative abilities.
The institution organizes competitions like Rangoli, Painting, Mehandi
Painting, Essay Writing, etc. to help the students transform into lifelong learners
and innovators.
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The institution makes available the opportunity to the students to take
part in the university level research oriented competition named “Avishkar”.
This is one of the good platforms for the students appealing to their research
spirit.
By organizing the activities like the eradication of superstition and blind
beliefs in the society, general medical check-up and testing the HB count of the
students, the institution tries to create social and hygienic attitude among the
students.
•
To nurture CRITICAL THINKING among the students the college has activities
like Vivek Wahini and Socratic Club. There are Value Education sessions
observed on the birth and death centenaries of the great leaders and
personalities. Lectures are arranged by ‘ANIS’.
•
To boost the CREATIVITY among the students the college has numerous
activities like Annual Cultural Function, Educational Exhibition, College
Magazine, Wall Paper, Departmental Displays, Creative Writing Workshops,
etc.
•
To inculcate SCIENTIFIC TEMPER among the students, Quiz Competitions
inside the college are arranged and the students are also deputed for outside
competitions.
•
We have conducted INSPIRE programme for two consecutive years to nurture
scientific temper among the students.
2.3.5
What are the technologies and facilities available and used by the faculty
for effective teaching? e. g. Virtual laboratories, e-learning-resources from
National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL) and
National Mission on Education through Information and Communication
Technology (NME-ICT), open educational resources, mobile education, etc.
Our institution has,
a) ICT equipped classrooms
b) Research Laboratory for Chemistry.
c) Language lab
d) Audio-visual aids e) Television set
f) CDs and Cassettes
g) Slide Projectors
h) Well equipped laboratories for all other science departments.
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2.3.6
How are the students and faculty exposed to advanced level of knowledge
and skills (blended learning, expert lectures, seminars, workshops etc.)?
The institution extends the faculty and the students the opportunity to
organize the lectures by the experts in various fields, seminars, conferences,
workshops, etc. to familiarize with the advanced level knowledge and skills.
Expert lectures and seminars are arranged as extension lectures in the
departments.
The list of the same is as follows:
S N.
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2
3
4
5
6
7
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Name
Padmashree Dr.Shivram
Bhoje
Prof Subhash Behare
Dr. R.S.Vatkar
Dr. S.B.Sadale
Mr. Baba Sutar
Dr. J.S.Bhat
Dr. S.B.Kulkarni
Prof. S.V.Kamat
Dr. V.V.Chabukswar
Dr. R.R.Kumbhar
Dr. R.M.Pawale
Dr. U.H.Naik
Dr. V. Kandaswami
Dr. V.A.Bapat
Dr. S.R.Yadav
Dr. M.V.Madwanna
Mr. S.A.Gaikwad
Dr. Dhananjay Gunde
Dr. Sudha Kankaria
Dr. Rajmal Jain
Dr. Rizwan Pinjari
Designation
Ex-Director,Indira Gandhi
Center for Atomic Research, Kalpakam
Dean, Dept. of Physics, Aurangabad
Shivaji University, Kolhapur
Dept. of Tchnology, Shivaji University, Kolhapur
Gogate-Jogalekar college, Ratnagiri.
Karnatak a University, Dharwad.
Institute of Science, Mumbai
Ex-Professor, Goa University.
Nawarosjee Wadia, College, Pune.
Shahu College, Kolhapur.
Mumbai University.
Willingdon College, Sangli
Ex-Professor, Coimbatore University.
Emeritus Prof. Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Botany, Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Solapur.
Sangli.
Yogatadnya
Social worker
Physics Research Lab. Ahmadabad
MIT College, Pune
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National and State level seminars are organised by the departments.
•
The Faculty members attend many such seminars and workshops nationwide.
•
Lectures on seminal topics are arranged by Lead College activity.
•
Skill-based courses and skill-oriented programmes are arranged.
• Faculty members are sanctioned duty leaves for delivering guest lectures and
resource persons in the other colleges.
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2.3.7
Detail (process and the number of students / benefited) on the academic,
personal and psycho-social support and guidance services (professional
counseling / mentoring. Academic advice) provided to students?
The institution guides the students in their academic pursuits by helping
them through the faculty in advising their individual / personal problems related
with the selection of the optional and the special subject. The faculty tries to
understand their financial problems and provide help with Students’ Aid Fund of
the college. The college has provided crutches to the physically handicapped
student. One student is benefited by this. Not a single student should be dropped
out due to his or her physical disability is our main purpose and goal. This is our
contribution to the society.
Our female faculty members investigate the psycho-social problems of
the girl students. The institution organizes the programmes like personality
development, general medical check-up, HB count etc. to overcome these
problems and make them aware of human rights and social awareness. They are
counseled in solving the problem like the inferiority problems. Through the
department of English the institution runs the ‘The Certificate Course in
Communication Skills in English’ and ‘Proficiency in the Use of English’ that
helps the students to overcome the inferiority complex among the students.
•
A caretaker class teacher is appointed to look after the administrative,
academic matters of the students in the class. He/She tries to settle these
matters with due considerations given to the problems and inconveniences of
the students.
•
The grievances, if any, are referred to the higher authorities for further
actions.
•
Personal attention is provided by the subject teachers.
•
Periodical feedback of well being is taken by the class teacher.
•
Special coaching is provided to advanced learners
•
Remedial coaching is provided to the weaker students
•
Surprise Tests, Tutorials, Home assignments, Project Writing, Open-book
Tests are arranged.
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•
Toilet Chair is given to one disabled student.
Nearly 70% of the students are benefited on the academic, personal and psychosocial support and guidance services every year.
2.3.8
Provide details of innovative teaching approaches/methods adopted by the
faculty during the last four years? What are the efforts made by the
institution to encourage the faculty to adopt new and innovative approaches
and the impact of such innovative practices on student learning?
In addition to the traditional lecture method, the faculty has adopted
some innovative teaching methods like:
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Technological application through ICT in the classroom teaching.
•
The innovative methods like BRAIN STORMING are used by the teachers.
•
The methods like Role Play, Projects and Seminars are normally in practice
by the teachers.
•
Use of Audio-Visual aid for listening comprehension and presentation.
•
Recitation in the class.
•
Project writing is introduced.
•
Organizing group discussion.
•
Organizing guest lectures.
•
Organizing industrial visits, study tours.
All the necessary facilities are made available to adopt the above
mention methods in the institution. All faculty members are provided with the
free internet connectivity and all-time access to it. They are sanctioned duty/
study leave for attending the seminars, conferences and workshops. TA and DA
are paid to them as per the government rules and regulations. As a result the
implementation of new and innovative methods and approaches reach to the
students and intensify the learning process.
2.3.9
How are library resources used to augment the teaching-learning process?
• The teachers refer to the latest periodicals and journals in their teaching.
•
Optimum internet facilities are also availed
•
The students get books through various book issue channels like – home
issue/lending, I’card issuing, reading hall issuing, book bank, departmental
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library, newspaper section, and graffiti section where the latest news are
highlighted.
•
Periodical and Journal sections are constantly updated.
•
Every department has a news board that displays the recent significant news.
•
Question paper sets of the university examinations are available in the
library.
•
E-resources, Departmental library.
2.3.10 Does the institution face any challenges in completing the curriculum within
the planned time frame and calendar? If ‘yes’ elaborate on the challenges
encountered and the institutional approaches to overcome these.
In normal situation the schedule for teaching does not get disturbed. College
does not face any challenge to complete the curriculum. Syllabus is completed
within 180 days.
2.3.11 How does the institute monitor and evaluate the quality of teaching
learning?
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Evaluation of teachers by the students: Forms are circulated among the
students at the end of the academic year to fill them up. The forms are
scrutinized and the analysis of the same is communicated to the concerned
faculty members, these feedbacks suggest some measures of improvement in
the teaching-learning process.
•
Every teacher after every unit monitors a unit test. By analyzing the
students’ performance in the examinations the quality of teaching-learning is
judged.
•
Performance of the students in these tests is evaluated.
•
Regularity and, punctuality in conducting lectures, regularity in the students’
attendance is strictly observed.
•
The IQAC takes care of the monitoring and evaluating of teaching-learning
process.
•
Sometimes the principal interacts with the students and gets feedback
teaching faculty.
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By conducting periodical meetings of the departments as well as of all the
staff, the institution monitors and evaluates the quality of teaching-learning.
2.4 Teacher Quality
2.4.1 Provide the following details and elaborate on the strategies adopted by the
college in planning and management (recruitment and retention) of its
human resource (qualified and competent teachers) to meet the changing
requirements of the curriculum.
After getting the ‘No Objection Certification’ from the Joint Director of Higher
Education of Government of Maharashtra to fill up the vacant posts of the staff,
the management advertises the post in the local, statewide and nationwide as well
as on the websites of the management and the university.
The responded applications of the candidates with due qualification laid down
by the UGC are called for the interview. The interview is conducted by the panel
of the experts appointed by the university and best candidates from them are
selected.
After the completion of one year of probation from the date of appointment, the
candidates are duly confirmed. The recruited faculty is sanctioned duty/ study
leave to complete orientation during the first five years in addition to the refresher
courses. They are encouraged to attend seminars, conferences and workshops.
They are encouraged for the further research activities.
Year 2014-15
Associate Professor
Highest
Professor
Qualification Male Female Male Female
Permanent teachers
D. Sc.
----Ph. D
01
-08
02
M. Phil
---01
PG
--01
-Part –Time Teachers/ CHB Teachers
Ph. D
--------M. Phil
----------PG
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74
Assistant Professor
Total
Male
Female
-06
-06
-05
01
01
-22
02
08
-33
--36
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2.4.2
How does the institution cope with the growing demand/ scarcity of
qualified senior faculty to teach new programmes/modern areas (emerging
areas) of study being introduced (Biotechnology, IT, Bioinformatics etc)?
Provide details on the efforts made by the institution in this direction and
the outcome during the last three years.
All our faculty members have necessary qualification. Our institution
fills up the vacancies by organizing interviews and selecting the faculty purely on
merit basis. So we do not face the above mentioned problem.
2.4.3 Provide the details on staff development programmes during the last four
years elaborate on the strategies adopted by the institution in enhancing the
teacher quality.
a) Nomination to Staff development programmes
Academic Staff Development
Programmes
Refresher Courses
HRD programmes
Orientation programmes
Staff training conducted by the
university
Staff training conducted by other
institutions
Seminar/ winter schools,
workshops, etc (ICT)
Number of faculty nominated
2011-12 2012-13 2013-14
2014-15
02
02
01
05
03
-
03
03
-
-
08
-
---
24
28
30
30
b) Faculty Training programmes organized by the institution to empower and
enable the use of various tools and technology for improved teaching-learning .
Programmes
Yes/No
Teaching learning methods/approaches
Yes
Handling new curriculum
Yes
Content/Knowledge management
Yes
Selection, development and use of enrichment materials
Yes
Programmes
Yes/No
Assessment
Yes
Cross cutting issues
Yes
Audio Visual Aids/multimedia
Yes
Teaching learning material development, selection and use
Yes
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c) Percentage of faculty
Total No. of Faculty in the Institution = Permanent 31
Sr.No.
1
2
3
Perticulars
Invited as resource person in Workshops /Seminars/
Conferences organized by external professional
agencies - 40 %
No. of Faculty
Participated in external Workshops/ Seminars/
Conferences recognized by national/international
professional bodies. - 92%
Presented papers in external Workshops / Seminars/
Conferences recognized by national/international
professional bodies. - 78%
%
11
36.66
30
100
22
73.33
2.4.4 What policies/ systems are in place to recharge teachers? (eg: providing
research grants, study leave, support for research and academic
publications teaching experience in other national institutions and
specialized programmes, industrial engagement, etc.)
Following policies are in progress to recharge the faculty:
•
Research grants from UGC.
•
Study leave to attend Orientation, Refresher and other Training Courses.
•
Duty leave to attend Workshops, Conferences and Seminars.
•
Support for research work, research and academic publications.
•
Support by allowing them to work as the visiting faculty in other institutions.
•
Sanctioning them duty leaves for contributing as resources persons in other
institutions.
2.4.5 Give the number of faculty who received awards/recognition at the state,
national and international level for excellence in teaching during the last
four years. Enunciate how the institutional culture and environment
contributed to such performance/achievement of the faculty.
•
Shri K. B. Patil (Dept. of Geography) was nominated for the Best Teacher
Award by Rotary Club, Jaysingpur.
•
Dr. B. V. Tamhankar (Dept. of Chemistry) was nominated for the Best Teacher
Award by Rotary Club, Jaysingpur.
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Dr. P. P. Chikode (Dept. of Physics) was nominated for the Best Teacher Award
by Rotary Club, Kolhapur.
•
Dr. P. P. Chikode (Dept. of Physics) was nominated for Aadarsh shikshak
puraskar from Lions club of Kolhapur
•
Dr. P. P. Chikode (Dept. of Physics) was elected as fellow and member from
international optical society of India.
•
Dr. P. P. Chikode (Dept. of Physics) was elected as as a secretary from Indian
association of Physics teachers of sub-Rc-8, Kolhapur region.
•
Dr. M. V. Kale (Dept. of Botany) was nominated for the Best Teacher Award by
Rotary Club, Jaysingpur.
•
Dr. M. V. Kale (Dept. of Botany) was ‘Excellence Award’ by Academy of plant
Sciences, Muzaffarnagar, India during the year 2012.
•
Dr.S. S. Shelake ( Dept. of English) was awarded with Meritorious Teacher
award from ‘Savitrichy Leki ‘ weekly magazine,
•
Dr.S. S. Shelake (Dept. of English) was awarded with ‘special service teacher
award’ from Rotary club of Jaysingpur.
•
Dr.S. S. Shelake (Dept. of English) honoured with ‘Chandrabhaga Tiri’ Award
for her sound contribution in Marathi Gazal Writing.
•
Dr. P. T. Mane (Deptt. of Economics) was awarded Best Research paper from
UGC sponsored and Shivaji University Economics Association ( SUEAK),
Kolhapur.
•
Dr. P. T. Mane (Dept. of Economics) was honored for great contribution for
education from MKCL computer Institute, Jaysingpur.
•
Dr. N. L. Kadam ( Dept. of Commerce ) Recognized as a Research Guide for
M.Phil & Ph.D
•
Mrs. D. S. Bamane (Dept. Libriary) Worked as a convenor for B. Lib & I. Sc.
(YCMOU, Nashik) during the year 2013 -14 Shiksanmahashi, Dr. Bapuji
Salunkhe Mahavidyalay, Miraj.
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2.4.6
Has the institution introduced evaluation of teachers by the students and
external Peers? If yes, how is the evaluation used for improving the quality
of the teaching-learning process?
Yes. We provide a Questionnaire type form to all the final year students of the
degree courses. This form asks their opinion/judgment regarding various aspects
of the teaching by a teacher. These forms are minutely scrutinized by the
committee. The resultant findings/conclusions are presented to the concerning
teacher as a feed-back material. The Principal of the college discusses with and
guides teacher/s. If there is any poor teacher, the Principal suggests the essential
improvements to the concerned teachers. The best teachers are honored at the time
of Annual Price Distribution Ceremony. This is one of the healthy practices. This
type of evaluation is used only for the improvement of the teachers. This practice
has proved very useful in the teaching-learning process. This is beneficial for the
teachers as well as the students.
The head of the institution collects the opinions about the faculty members
as well as oral feedback from the parents time to time and gives the necessary
suggestions orally to the concerned teachers. It helps to improve the teaching
practice of the faculty.
2.5
Evaluation Process and Reforms
2.5.1 How does the institution ensure that the stakeholders of the institution
especially students and faculty are aware of the evaluation processes?
The evolution system of the university is revised from annual pattern to semester
pattern. There is internal and external system of evolution internal system is for
20 marks and external for 80 marks. There are six semesters for UG level and
four semesters for PG level. it is mandatory to have minimum passing marks for
both the systems for pass result.
2.5.2 What are the major evaluation reforms of the university that the institution
has adopted and what are the reforms initiated by the institution on its
own?
•
Usually the Annual/Semester exam. Schedule is fixed and declared by the
university. The same is followed by all the affiliating institutions.
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•
The university has implemented a gradual introduction of Semester system to
the three years of the degree course. The same is followed by all the affiliating
institutions.
•
Internal examination outline is fixed by the university. It prescribes some test
activities. The institute follows the same.
•
The departments take decisions regarding the departmental unit tests as a part of
internal assessment.
In addition to the above the college conducts open-book tests, unit tests,
assignments, seminars; project works, study tours, quiz, industrial visits etc. help
the students to understand their study topics.
2.5.3 How does the institution ensure effective implementation of the evaluation
reforms of the university and those initiated by the institution on its own?
The institution has prepared the schedule for evaluation of the
performance of the students and carries it out as per it. The results/score of the
examination are communicated to the students for time to time. The following
process is worked out in our college.
• A separate Examination Committee of senior members is appointed every year.
• Sanctity of examinations is ardently and strictly maintained.
• At every step notices are displayed and circulated in the class.
• Individual teachers take care to follow the schedule announced by the
Examination Committee.
• Physical check-up of every student is carried out by the faculty.
In addition to the above, the college conducts unit test, assignments,
seminars, project works, open book tests, surprise test, etc which help the
students to prepare themselves for the University examination.
2.5.4
Provide details on the formative and summative evaluation approaches
adopted to measure student achievement. Cite a few examples which have
positively impacted the system.
Formative approaches:
Attendance record, Classroom interaction, Assignments, Project work,
Seminars, Group discussion, Field survey, Industrial visits, Open-book tests,
Unit-tests
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Summative approaches:
Solving the university question paper, Revision on the important topic,
Training of writing answers to the question from small question bank. solving
regular exercises and tasks from units.
2.5.5
Detail on the significant improvements made in ensuring rigor and
transparency in the internal assessment during the last four years and
weightages assigned for the overall development of students (weightage for
behavioural aspects, independent learning, communication skills, etc).
During the last academic years the transparency is maintained in the
internal assessment process in view that the attendance of the student for lecture
will enhance. The university has given the weightage of 10 marks per paper of
the second and last year examinations.
The University declares the Examination pattern for every year (first,
second and third year) of the Degree Course. There is a space of 10 marks for
Internal assessment for Second and Third year of the Degree Course. The
Institution takes decision regarding the distribution of the 10 marks for general
attendance, behaviour, completion of class notebooks and independent learning
by the students.
Minimum four marks out of 10 are required for passing internal
examination in each semester.
2.5.6
What are the graduates’ attributes specified by the college/ affiliating
university? How does the college ensure the attainment of these by the
students?
The major attributes of the university graduates are as follows:
•
The students should be well-acquainted with the communication abilities.
•
He/She should be able shoulder the social, moral and familial
responsibilities.
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•
He/She should be well-versed in the subject at the special level.
•
He/She should strive for overall personality development.
•
He/She should be responsible citizen of the nation.
•
He/She should have ability to stand on his/her own.
The institution tries to provide these skills by introducing various
activities and programmes like:
•
Communication skill development courses, various cultural activities,
sports and games.
•
Introducing short-term courses like Certificate courses, Balwadi,
Journalism,
Information Technology and Computer Applications,
Soil, Water and Food Analysis, Bakery and Confectionary, etc.
•
Participating in social activities organized by NCC and NSS.
•
Activities like blood donation, HB count, health awareness, etc.
•
Personality development programmes, Women empowerment
programmes, Speeches by eminent personalities.
2.5.7
What are the mechanisms for redressal of grievances with reference to
evaluation both at the college and University level?
College has set up grievance redressal committee in our institution If and
when there is any case of grievance in the External /University level
examinations, the office staff, in a proper coordination with the subject teacher
works according to the redressal system set by the University. They work
sincerely to bring justice to the student.
•
The cases of grievance at internal assessment are dealt with combining
effort of the subject teacher, the class teacher and the Examination
Committee and the Grievance Committee.
•
Examination related grievance redressal Cell is also active in our college.
Up to the date, no student has gone to the University with any grievance
against the college .
2.6
Student Performance and Learning Outcomes
2.6.1 Does the college have clearly stated learning outcomes? If ‘yes’ give details on how
the students and staff are made aware of these.
•
The mission statement of the college clearly mentions the learning outcomes.
•
This statement is published in the prospectus every year.
•
It is also displayed in bold letters at the very entrance of the college.
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•
The mission statement is often repeated and emphasized in every possible context.
•
These learning outcomes are clearly stated in terms of knowledge, skills and
abilities.
•
The learning outcomes specific to every course and paper are defined separately
by the syllabus itself. The teachers follow it with all the possible perfection.
2.6.2 Enumerate on how the institution monitors and communicates the progress and
performance of students through the duration of the course/ programme? Provide
an analysis of the students’ results / achievements (programme/course wise for last
four years) and explain the differences if any and patterns of achievement across
the programmes / courses offered.
The institution monitors and
communicates the progress
and
performance of the students through their examination mark-lists. The
assignments, tutorials, tests are evaluated by the faculty and returned to the
concerned student to know them their performance. Through this procedure they
come to know their weaknesses and try to improve themselves. Course-wise
results of the last four years are given below:
Result Analysis of the Students (2010-11)
Sr.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
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Course
B.A. III
B.com. III
B.Sc. III
M.A. II Marathi
M.A.II Hindi
M.A. II Econ.
M.Com. II
M.Sc. II
B.B.A. III
B.C.A. III
B.C.S.III
Students Appeared
M
F
77
39
33
9
5
3
06
34
11
15
3
35
10
3
2
20
20
Students Passed
M
F
66
31
30
5
4
1
04
33
10
13
3
33
6
2
0
19
18
Percentage
M
F
85.71
79.48
90.90
55.55
80.00
33.33
66.66
97.05
90.90
86.66
100
94.28
60
66.66
0
95
90.00
Result Analysis of the Students (2011-12)
Sr.
No.
Course
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
B.A. III
B.com. III
B.Sc. III
M.A. II Marathi
M.A.II Hindi
M.A. II Econ.
M.Com. II
M.Sc. II
B.B.A. III
B.C.A. III
B.C.S.III
Students Appeared
M
F
79
38
20
7
1
2
4
5
4
24
9
13
3
49
11
0
3
5
9
6
9
13
Students Passed
M
F
44
22
17
4
1
1
2
4
4
24
9
10
2
47
7
0
1
3
7
6
8
13
Percentage
M
F
55.69
57.89
85.00
57.14
100
50.00
50
80
100
100
100
76.92
66.66
95.91
63.63
0
33.33
60
77.77
100
88.88
100
Result Analysis of the Students (2012-2013)
Sr.
No.
Course
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
B.A. III
B.com. III
B.Sc. III
M.A. II Marathi
M.A.II Hindi
M.A. II Econ.
M.Com. II
M.Sc. II
B.B.A. III
B.C.A. III
B.C.S.III
Students Appeared
M
F
112
83
71
11
7
13
18
9
10
13
04
15
7
102
13
9
21
4
12
11
02
09
Students Passed
M
F
59
43
65
10
5
3
4
9
8
10
04
15
5
95
8
8
8
2
9
11
02
09
Percentage
M
F
52.67
51.80
91.54
90.90
71.42
23.07
22.22
100
80.00
76.92
100
100
71.42
93.13
61.53
88.88
38.09
50.00
75
100
100
100
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Result Analysis of the Students (2013-2014)
Sr.
No.
Course
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
B.A. III
B.com. III
B.Sc. III
M.A. II Marathi
M.A.II Hindi
M.A. II Econ.
M.Com. II
M.Sc. II
B.B.A. III
B.C.A. III
B.C.S.III
2.6.3
Students Appeared
M
F
117
91
65
40
26
29
49
44
6
8
2
17
09
103
18
19
38
36
19
1
7
10
Students Passed
M
F
72
79
60
25
13
15
31
10
2
5
2
13
04
93
09
14
17
13
17
1
4
10
Percentage
M
F
65.53
86.81
92.30
62.50
50.50
51.72
63.26
71.42
33.33
62.50
100
How are the teaching, learning and assessment strategies of the institution
structured to facilitate the achievement of the intended learning outcomes?
The following teaching, learning and assessment strategies are followed
to achieve the intended learning outcome,
•
Annual Academic Plan and Institutional Plan are prepared at the beginning of
the academic year and as per these plans teaching, learning and assessment
strategies are implemented.
•
Lesson plans for various subjects are prepared before the commencement of
academic year.
•
Academic diary is maintained and followed.
•
Guest lectures, seminars and conferences are held on topics to enrich the
curriculum.
•
Field visits relevant to curriculum are arranged in case of practical subjects.
•
Exclusive attention is paid to sports students, slow learners and differentlyabled students by tutoring and mentoring.
•
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Power Point presentations are used for making the teaching- learning effective.
76.47
44.44
90.29
50.50
73.68
44.73
36.11
89.43
100
57.14
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2.6.4 What are the measures/ initiatives taken up by the institution to enhance the
social and economic relevance (student placements, entrepreneurship, innovation
and research aptitude developed among the students, etc.) of the courses offered?
Social Relevance:
The courses like Political Science., Economics, Geography, History and
also languages create social awareness among the students. They teach social
responsibilities and their duties to the students. Activities undertaken by NSS
department are entirely of social relevance. Plantation, eradication of superstitions
and sense of environment is awakened by such activities. We have competitive
examination centre. Awareness rallies like eradication of addiction, save baby girl,
eradication of corruption, etc. are arranged.
Economic Relevance:
The institution always tries to empower the students for better quality jobs
by providing variety of such courses.
•
Computer Application course for B.Com. I,
•
Course in Computer Science- B.C.S.
•
Vocational courses for B.Sc.
•
Seven UGC sponsored Career Oriented Courses are conducted in the college
to impart better employability to the students.
Innovation and research aptitude:
•
Project writing
•
Conducting surveys on various topics
•
Encouraging students to participates in seminars, conferences and
workshops.
•
Arranging camps like INSPIRE to inculcate research aptitude among the
students.
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2.6.5 How does the institution collect and analyse data on student performance and
learning outcomes and use it for planning and overcoming barriers of
learning?
The teaching and evaluation activities are properly oriented towards
achieving of the set learning outcomes. Naturally the students’ attendance in the
class and their performance are treated as strong evidence.
•
A comparative view thereof is taken by the individual teachers at department
level.
•
A feed-back session is conducted after the results of the students are duly
declared and analyzed. The slow learners are identified and chanalized
towards the Remedial or Add-On courses.
2.6.6 How does the institution monitor and ensure the achievement of learning
outcomes?
The achievements of learning outcomes are ensured through students’
performance in terms of score they obtain in external and internal examinations.
Individual teacher observes the general performance of the students in the class.
Performance of the students in Quiz Competition, Group Discussion sessions,
Home work etc. is evaluated. College IQAC also looks after the learning
outcomes and plans further steps.
2.6.7 Does the institution and individual teachers use assessment /evaluation
outcomes as an indicator for evaluating student performance, achievement of
learning objectives and planning? If ‘yes’ provide details on the process and
cite a few examples.
Yes. The institution and individual teachers use assessment/ evaluation
outcomes as an indicator for evaluating student performance, achievement of
learning objectives and planning. Compared to the University, results of the
college are satisfactory. The analysis of the university examination results
indicates in which papers the students have got good as well as less marks.
Remedial teaching is introduced to the weaker students. Individual teachers
personally contact the students in the class and manage to help them.
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
IQAC administers a specilised procedure to reach the students in all the distant
corners of the region. ‘One Window’ system is implemented at the time of admission to
reduce the inconvenience of the new entrants.
The college strictly adheres to implement the Government policies during
admission process. The Academic Committee prepares academic calander at the
commencement of each academic year and each faculty prepares teaching plan of
classroom activities and maintains academic diary. The teaching, learning and
evaluation activities are pre planned considering the IQAC report of the previous
academic year.
During the ice break class, the teacher creates healthy environment promoting
positive teaching learning atmosphere in the class. He/She develops personal rapport
with the students and understands their problems before the commencement of
curricular activities. A periodical feedback helps the class teachers to take the sustaining
efforts to improve and excel the teaching and learing process.
IQAC takes all leading efforts to cater the needs of faculty, students and
researche practices in the institution. The students with special care and deficiencies are
given priority while planning for curricular, co-curricular and extra curricular activities.
In addition to this, such weaker students are motivated to Remedial and Add-on courses
in the concern faculties. The students with higher potential are provided advanced
opportunities through ICT based resourses, Anekant Competative Examination Center
and the Educational and Science Exhibition Organised in the institution. A few students
from science faculty also participate in Awishkar: Science Exhibition at affiliated
university.
The process of teaching, learning and evaluation is supported by innovative
methods, research activities and best practices run in the institution. This includes
seminars, workshops, conferences and a number of research publications introduced
during last five years
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CRITERION III:
RESEARCH, CONSULTANCY and EXTENSION
3.1
Promotion of Research
3.1.1 Does the institution have recognized center/s of the affiliating university or
any other agency/ organization?
The department of Chemistry is a recognized research centre affiliated to
Shivaji University, Kolhapur since 2012. During the same year, the LIC
appointed by university has given its recommendation for the proposal of
Research Laboratory for Physics for M.Phil. and Ph.D. students and also
received the recognition in 2013-14. Some faculty members have the
recognition for M.Phil. and Ph.D. under Shivaji University, Kolhapur; Pune
University, Pune; Yashwantrao Chavan Open University, Nashik and Shri
Jagdishprasad J. Tibrewala University, Rajasthan.
3.1.2 Does the Institute have a research committee to monitor and address the
issues of research? If so, what is its composition? Mention a few
recommendations made by the committee for implementation and their
impact.
The institution has formed a research committee consists of the principal
as a chairperson, coordinator and members. This committee
monitors the
research yield and addresses the issues of submitted research works. It also
inspires the teachers to prepare their research projects, papers and participate in
conferences, seminars and symposia etc.
Composition of the Research Committee-
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Dr.Mrs.M.V.Kale
Coordinator
Dr.B.V.Tamhankar
Member
Dr. S.A.Manjare
Member
Dr.A.A.Pujari
Member
Dr. N.L.Kadam
Member
Dr.S.B.Bansode
Member
Dr.S.S.Mahajan
Member
Dr.S.R.Sabale
Member
The research committee calls periodic meetings with the committee
members to decide the course of the action of the committee in the academic
year. Following recommendations were put forward by the committee during the
last five years.
•
The committee has given its suggestions for proper infrastructural facilities for
research labs, equipments, internet facility and the material required for research
work.
•
The committee recommended the name of Shri S. A. Manjare (Dept. of
Zoology) for research fellowship in Ph.D.
•
The committee promoted the faculty members for major and minor research
projects, conferences, seminars and symposia from time to time.
•
The committee recommended duty and study leaves to the faculties attempting
for conferences, seminars and symposia and Ph.D. respectively.
•
The recommendations were made for publication of research literature.
•
The faculty members were motivated for higher research practices as well as
proper guidance was made available for the faculties having innovative
practices.
•
The committee provided the consultancy and research services to the local
industries.
•
The committee also recommended for the allotment of grants sanctioned by
UGC to the concerned faculty for the research works.
•
The committee made recommendation to procure study-books, research journals
and publications in the library.
Impact:
The
committee
has
actively
taken
the
feedbacks
of
the
recommendations put forward in the meetings. Following are the results noticed
and brought to its implementation.
•
The Local Committee provided laboratory facilities as per the need of research
faculty. There is a separate research-laboratory for Chemistry. These
laboratories are made available for carrying out major, minor research projects
and for M.Phil and Ph.D.
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•
As per the resolution made by the Local Committee and research committee,
Shri. S.A.Manjare was released for Ph.D. research under FIP.
•
One major research project was sanctioned by UGC estimating `.9, 70,300/- to
Dr. Mrs. M.V.Kale on July 2011. Further, 21 minor research projects were
sanctioned by UGC during last five years. Recently one major research project
was sanctioned by UGC estimated `14, 69,600/- to Dr. S.R.Sabale in the year
2014-15.
•
Study leaves and duty leaves were sanctioned by the principal time to time.
•
College has prolific number of research literature during last five years. There
are 75 papers published in national journals and 98 papers in international
journals.
•
Twenty two faculty members have received Ph.D. and two faculty members
have received M.Phil.
•
Dr. S.R.Sabale, Dept. of Chemistry has executed MoU with School of Life
Sciences, Shanghai University, China. Dr. Mrs. M.V.Kale has executed four
MoUs. The college research wing has also established MoU with local
laboratories providing research help.
•
The institution has signed a MoU with Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla in
2013.
•
The various research grants sanctioned by UGC are allotted to the concerned
faculty from time to time.
•
As per the recommendations made by the research committee study books and
research journals were made available by the library department.
3.1.3. What are the measures taken by the Institution to facilitate smooth progress
and implementation of research schemes/ Projects?
Autonomy to the Principal Investigator
Principal Investigator has freedom to do research on their level. He/she
has been provided autonomy by the institution to carry out research work.
Timely Availability
For the practical work in major research project, the faculty has made a
weekly schedule including Sunday where the practical work is carried out by
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research-fellow under the guidance of Principal Investigator. For the minor
research projects, the time is made available according to the convenience of the
Principal Investigator.
Adequate Infrastructure and Human Resources
Research facilities and infrastructure are made available as per the need
of the faculty and Principal Investigator. There are well-equipped laboratories
enriched with necessary work-force of the teaching and non-teaching staff and
students from different faculties. The UGC sponsored Resource Centre has been
installed with upgraded facilities of internet and wi-fi systems. For research
literature, the library has introduced ‘Periodicals Section’ for the research
faculties. Further, the research activities are also carried out with the help of
nearing research consultancies and MoU where the research faculty as well as
the students is benefited with extension research work.
Time-off, reduced teaching load, special leave etc. to teachers
No such facilities are available to the faculty members. In case of
teacher’s fellowship, the institution appoints a new faculty member in place of
the research fellow during the research tenure. The faculty organizes on-duty
visits to consultancies and MoUs for extensive research activities.
Support in terms of technology and information needs
The institution has set-up its Resource Centre sponsored by UGC and
necessary technological and information based mechanism has been installed in
the resource centre. Every faculty makes utilization of the resources available at
the resource centre for the research activities. The faculty browses the
information useful for the research work from time to time. The research faculty
gets the support from the resource centre to enrich the faculty needs.
Facilitate timely auditing and Submission of utilization certificate to the
funding authorities
For major research projects, the Principal Investigator submits audited
report to the concerned authority by mid-term and after completion of the major
research projects. In case of minor research projects, the audited reports are
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submitted after completion of the projects. These reports are sent to the funding
authorities through principal.
3.1.4. What are the efforts made by the institution in developing scientific temper
and research culture and aptitude among students?
The institution takes initiatives to cultivate scientific temper, research
culture and aptitude among the students by proper planning of curricular, cocurricular and extra-curricular activities.
In the curricular activities, every faculty deliberately motivates the
students during the lectures and takes efforts to inculcate research attitude
among the students. It also elaborates the various research opportunities in the
present and future set up. As a part of curriculum, the project works are assigned
to the students to collect the necessary data for given topic.
In support to the curricular activities, the institution organizes cocurricular activities. Educational Exhibition is a part of co-curricular activity in
which every faculty participates and presents various projects like Eco-village
plant, Sugar industry plant, a model of Jaitapur nuclear energy plant,
Conventional energy plants, poster and chart presentation. For Arts and
Commerce faculties, the students are motivated to participate in educational
exhibition by presenting the information through models, charts and posters.
Under the extra-curricular activities, every year the student from science
faculty participates in “Avishkar” exhibition organized by Shivaji University,
Kolhapur. They present scientific projects in the exhibition. Many other
innovative activities and programmes are conducted for promoting scientific and
research culture among the students. Such activities includes Maharashtra Vivekvahini, District level science exhibition, study tours, industrial visits by
celebrating Science Day and birth and death anniversaries of great scientists.
3.1.5
Give details of the faculty involvement in active research (Guiding student
research, leading Research Projects, engaged in individual/ collaborative
research activity, etc.)
Involvement of the faculty in the research activity is a need of the
academic growth of the faculty. Every possible measure is taken by institution to
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involve the faculty in active research. The faculty has taken every possible step
to motivate and guide the research activities by students and teachers. The
following teaching members of the college are registered guides of the various
universities for guiding research students for their M.Phil., Ph.D. degree.
List of faculty members who guided / guiding students for M.Phil. Ph.D. degree.
Sr.
No.
1.
2
3.
4.
5
6.
7.
8.
9
10
11
12
13
Name of
member
faculty Subject
Prin.Dr.MM Gandhi
Dr. B.M.Rathor
Dr. D.V.Chandane
Dr. B.V.Tamhankar
Dr. A.A.Pujari
Dr. Mrs M.V.Kale
Dr. B. M. Mane
Dr. S.S.Mahajan
Dr. R.D.Mane
Dr. S.B.Bansode
Dr. N.L.Kadam
Dr. N.P.Sawant
Dr. B.M.Sargar
Commerce
Botany
History
Chemistry
Geography
Botany
Pol. Science
Physics
Physics
Hindi
Commerce
Marathi
Chemistry
No. of registered
students
M.Phil. Ph.D.
02
03
-01
06
-----05
04
---04
06
---02
---01
-02
-02
--02
01
06
No. of students who
submitted thesis/ degree
awarded
M.Phil. Ph.D.
01- Submitted
--01
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List of Major and Minor research projects on going/ completed by faculty
members:
[A] Ongoing Major Research Projects:Sr.
No.
1.
2
Name
of Subject
the
Teacher
Dr.Mrs. M.
V. Kale
Dr. S. R.
Sabale
Botany
Chemistry
Project Title
UGC Sanction Funding
date and amount agency
“Ethno
medicinal
studies
in
some
pteridophytes of South
Western Ghats-A biodiversity hot spot.”
“Effect of third
component on wateralcohol mixtures using
density, compressibility
and phase separation
data to develop phase
diagram”.
UGC-F-No-40- UGC, New
331/2011 dated Delhi
01.07.2011
` 9, 70, 300/Ref.
No- UGC,New
AES/JCJ/12-13 Delhi
Dt. 26/10/2013
` 14,69,600/-
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[B] Ongoing Minor Research Projects:Sr.
No
.
Name of the
Teacher
Dr.Mrs.S.S
Mahajan
1.
2.
3.
Dr.N.L. Kadam
Dr.S.R. Sabale
Dr.B. V.
Tamhankar
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Shri.G.H. Nikam
Dr.A.A. Pujari
Dr.T.G. Ghatage
Dr.S.B. Bansode
Dr.H.R. Sayyad
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Subject
Physics
Commerce
Chemistry
Chemistry
Chemistry
Geography
Geography
Hindi
Economics
Project Title
Sanction date and Funding
amount
agency
“Development of
Supercapacitor based on
hydrothermally
synthesized MnO2
nonstructural thin films”
“A Study of Potentiality
and Application of
Doctoral Research in
Commerce and
Management…….. ”
“Environmental
assessment to establish
baseline level of Soil and
water………”
“Oxidative
Transformations by some
Oxidising Agents”
F.
No.
47- UGC,
Pune
1516/10 (WRO)
th
25 Nov. 2010
`. 1,90,000/-
“Development of
analytical method for
extractive separation of
some metals using cyanex
and crown ethers”
“Level of Agricultural
productivity in
Panchaganga Basin,
Maharashtra”
“Problems and
Development of Female
Beediworkers in Solapur
Dist. of Maha. : A
Geographical Analysis”
“Raidass aur Chokha
mela ka Sahitya mein
Abhivyakt………”
“A study of Female
Agricultural Labour in
Shirol Taluka, Dist:
Kolhapur ”
F.No23-2353/10
(WRO)16th
March 2011.
` 90,000/-
UGC
,Pune
F.No. 47-1750/10
(WRO)
2nd May, 2011.
`.80,000/F.No. 47-2074/11
(WRO)
23rd Feb. 2012.
`.1,80,000/F.No. 47-2051/11
(WRO)
22nd Feb. 2012
`.1,60,000/-
UGC,
Pune
F.No. 23-219/12
(WRO)
4th Feb. 2013
`.1,11,000/F.No.23-229/12
(WRO)
4th Feb. 2013.
`.95,000/-
UGC,
Pune
F. No. 23-162/12
(WRO) dt. 5th
Feb. 2013
`. 70,000/F. No. 23-021/12
(WRO)
5th Feb.2013.
`. 70,000/-
UGC,
Pune
UGC,
Pune
UGC,
Pune
UGC,
Pune
UGC,
Pune
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
Mrs.S.G.
Sansuddi
Dr.B.M. Mane
Dr. Mrs.
S. S. Shelake
Dr.Mrs. M. M.
Gandhi
Shri. R. D.
Tasgaonkar
Dr. B. M. Sargar
Dr. S. A.
Manjare
Dr.R.D. Mane
Mrs.V.V.
Chougule
Hindi
Political
Science
English
English
Chemistry
Chemistry
Zoology
Physics
Psychology
“Ekkisawi Sadi ke Patham F. No. 23-142/12
Dashak ke Upanyas Aur
(WRO)
Uttar Aadhunikata”
5th Feb. 2013
`. 70,000/“People’s participation in F.No. 23-366/12
Gram Sabha with special (WRO)
reference to Shirol Taluka 20th Feb. 2013.
`. 65,000/of Kolhapur District in
Maharashtra”
“Major contribution of
F. No. 23-475/12
Mahesh Dattani to the
(WRO)
Indian Drama in English” 25th Feb.2013.
`. 1,30,000/“An Analytical Study of
Discourse Strategies in the
Oral Communication of
the Students from Rural
areas for Undergraduate
Professional Courses
under Shivaji
University…..”
“Synthesis and
characterization of metal
oxide Coated Silica
Nanoparticles for Organic
Applications”
“Synthesis and
Characterization of Zinc
Oxide Nanoparticles ”
UGC,
Pune
UGC,
Pune
UGC,
Pune
F. No. 23-486/12 UGC,
Pune
(WRO)
Dt. 25th Feb.2013.
`. 1,15,000/-
F.No. 47-275/12 UGC,
Pune
(WRO)
th
25 Feb. 2013
`. 70,000/-
F.No. 47-282/12
(WRO)
25th Feb. 2013
`. 70,000/“Growth response of Catla F.No.47-356/12
catla and Labeo rohita to
(WRO)
Plant Formulated Diets as 25th Feb 2013
`. 1,30,000/Protein Source ”
“Synthesis and
F.No.
47Characterization of
443/12(WRO)
Yttrium Telluride Thin
05th March 2013.
`.50,000/Films By Electro
Deposition”
“Parental encouragement
F.No. 23-412/12
and Achievement
(WRO)
Motivation among Higher 15th March 2013.
`.1,30,000/Secondary School
Students”
UGC,
Pune
UGC,
Pune
UGC,
Pune
UGC,
Pune
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19.
20
21
Dr.P.T.Mane
Dr.V.B.Devkar
Dr.P.P.Chikode
Economics
Economics
Physics
“A study of Marketing
F.No.23Efficiency of Vegetable
2003/12(WRO)
products in Shirol Taluka” `.1,65,000/Dt.27/02/2012
“Employment Generation Ref.No.
to Female workforce in SU/STAT/F.No.2
Grape Cultivation-A case 1/60/354.354
study of Kavate Mahankal Dt.06/08/2012
Taluka of Sangli District” `.1,10,000/“Non destructive testing Ref.No.
of certain materials and SU/STAT/Fdiffusion
studies
of 10/1256
transparent fluids using 6/3/2012
`.2,25,000/holographic
interferometry and laser
Spackle methods”
UGC,
Pune
UGC,
Pune
UGC,
Pune
(C) Proposed Major Research Projects.
Sr.
No.
Name of the Subject
Teacher
Project Title
1.
Dr. Mrs. M. V. Botany
Kale
“Study and development
of appropriate low cost
waste management
system based on Biogas
production for Dairy
Industry in Kolhapur
District.”
College Letter No,
Date and
proposed amount
Ref.NoAES/JCJ/12-13/30
`.-48,27,420/Dt.15/04/2013
Funding
agency
MoEF,
New
Delhi.
List of students who awarded NET/JRF fellowship by UGC/DST.
Sr.
No.
1
2.
Name of students
Subject
Shri D.M.Ghadage
Miss Trisha Fule
Botany
Chemistry
Name of Guide
Funding
Agency
Dr.Mrs. M.V.Kale UGC,
Dr. B. M. Sargar
CSIR
Collaborative research activityDr. S. R. Sabale, Dept. of Chemistry has signed MoU on the behalf of the
institution with School of Life Sciences, Shanghai University, Shangai (China) for his
Post Doctoral study on “Synthesis of Nanomaterials for the Fabrication of Biosensors”.
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3.1.6 Give details of workshops/training programmes/sensitization programmes
conducted/organized by the institution with focus on capacity building in
terms of research and imbibing research culture among the staff and
students.
•
The institution has organized DST sponsored INSPIRE programme for 10+2
level science students to imbibe research culture in the students from the year
2013.
•
Human Right Education has been promoted through organizing Two Day State
Level Seminar on ‘Human Right Education’ on 3rd and 4th Sept. 2010.
•
Focusing on the importance of Chemistry in our life, the faculty of Chemistry
(P.G. Dept.) has organized a Workshop on ‘Chemistry in Our Life’ on 21st Dec.
2011.
•
Sensitization programmes like AIDS-awareness, Female feticide, Safety and
Security of women were conducted in the college.
•
State level workshop for preparation of NET & SET exam organized by
Chemistry Department.
•
The Institute has organized in national workshop and on “Igniting mind” for
personality development
•
The Institute has organized INSPIRE CAMP on 1st to 5th Jan. 2014
•
The Institute has organized National Workshop-cum-Orientation Programme on
“Quality Assurance in Higher Education” organized by Himachal Pradesh
University, Shimala during 11th-16th November, 2013.
•
The institution has organized national workshop on Women Empowerment
organized by Maharashtra state, Bhartiy Jain Saghatana on 12th to 14th Dec.
2014.
3.1.7 Provide details of prioritized research areas and the expertise available with
the institution.
The institution has ingenious and resourceful faculties in various fields.
At present time, the institution focuses on various burning issues like
environment crisis, bio-diversity of the region, change in climate, tax
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consultancy, financial management, political issues etc. Following are the
prioritized research areas1. Dr. A. A. Pujari, Dept. of Geography has published a paper on, ‘Problem on
climate change and agricultural problem in Kolhapur District’.
2. Shri G. H. Nikam, Dept. of Chemistry has published a paper on, ‘Liquid-liquid
extraction and separation of cobalt (II) from sodium acetate media using cyanex
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3. Dr.Mrs. M. V. Kale, Dept. of Botany has published a paper on, ‘Ethnomedicinal
studies on Drynaria quercifolia L.(J).Sm of Sindhudurg District, Maharashtra’.
4. Dr. S. A. Manjare, Dept. of Zoology has published a paper on, ‘Analysis of
Water Quality Using Physico-chemical Parameters of Tamdalge Tank in
Kolhapur District. Maharashtra’.
5. Dr. S. A. Manjare, Dept. of Zoology has published a paper on, ‘Physicochemical Parameters and Zooplankton Population in a Vadgaon Tank,
Maharashtra’.
3.1.8. Enumerate the efforts of the institution in attracting researchers of eminence
to visit the campus and interact with teachers and students?
The institution has conducted INSPIRE in which the teachers and
students were benefited by the grace of eminent researchers from all over India.
A few names are enlisted below;
•
Padmashree Dr.Shivram Bhoje, Ex-Director, Indira Gandhi Centre for
Atomic Research, Kalpakam.
•
Prof. Subhash Behare, Dean, Dept. of Physics, Aurangabad University
•
Dr. J.S.Bhat, Karnataka University
•
Dr. S.B.Kulkarni, Institute of Science, Mumbai
•
Dr. V. Kandaswami, Ex-Professor, Coimbatore University
The institution is ravenous to benefit the teachers and students by
attracting the following distinguished personalities during various activities
conducted in the college.
•
Dr. M.R.Kurup, Ex-Principal and Peer Team Member, NAAC, Vaze
College, Mumbai
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•
Dr. Smt. Sudha Kankaria
•
Dr. Shri. Dhananjay Gunde, Yogtadnya, Kolhapur
•
Dr. Rizwan Pinjari , MIT College Pune
3.1.9 What percentage of the faculty has utilized sabbatical Leave for research
activities? How has the provision contributed to improve the quality of
research and imbibe research culture on the campus?
Shri. S.A. Manjare was availed with sabbatical leave during 1st Jan, 2008
to 31st Dec, 2010 under FIP in 11th plan. The sabbatical leave was also
sanctioned to the faculty members to attend refresher and orientation courses
from time to time. Providing such research opportunities to the faculties, the
institution promotes the research culture in the teachers and ultimately, the
students are also benefited by the research practices.
3.1.10 Provide details of the initiatives taken up by the institution in creating
awareness/ advocating/ transfer of relative findings of research of the
institution and elsewhere to students and community (lab to land)
•
The faculty members voluntarily participate and present their papers in the
workshop and seminars organized in various colleges. Many of the faculty
members have published their articles, books and research papers in reputed
journals.
•
Further, the institution takes-up various initiatives in creating awareness among
students and community through organizing workshops, projects, exhibitions
and cultural activities.
•
The faculty at its level organizes group discussion, debates, power point
presentation to create awareness about research and transfer the relative findings
to the students and community.
•
The students also get the opportunities by the internet facility installed in every
department where they browse on related websites to generate information for
research work.
•
The faculty teachers as well as the students organize field visits in nearing
consultancies and industries as per the need of the department. Such visits
provide them opportunities for ground level research work.
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3.2
Resource mobilization for research.
3.2.1
What percentage of the total budget is earmarked for research? Give
details of major heads of expenditure, financial allocation and actual
utilization.
•
UGC grants are utilized for major and minor researches as per the allocation of
funds to the faculty.
•
The principal possesses the supreme privilege in transferring the allotted funds
to the concerned faculty. This allocation is carried out through transferring the
funds on a separate account opened by the Principal Investigator in The State
Bank of India and The Bank of Maharashtra at Jaysingpur.
•
The available funds are utilized gradually as per the expenditure of the major
and minor research projects.
•
The institution has its budget provision for participation in conferences,
seminars, orientation programmes, field studies / surveys and educational
exhibition.
•
UGC has made a special provision for upgrading the laboratory facilities by
allocating certain amount for institution in each plan.
•
DST has allotted the amount of 9.75 lakh for INSPIRE Programme each for
the year 2012-13 and 2013-14
•
DST-FIST has allotted the amount of 99.50lakhs for the development of
laboratories in the college.
•
UGC has sanctioned `.1.85 Crore under B. Voc. Course in Automobile and
Printing and Publishing.
Following are the inventory of the budget provision, allocation,
expenditure and utilization for research work, innovative practices and
laboratories.
FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR MAJOR RESEARCH PROJECT
(A) Principal Investigator- Dr. Mrs. M. V. Kale, Dept. of Botany
Project Title-‘Ethno medicinal studies in some pteridophytes of South Western
Ghats-A bio-diversity hot spot UGC Budget Allocation- 9,70,300/- (Nine lakh
seventy thousand three hundred only)
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Sr.
No
A
1
2
B
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Items
Non-Recurring
Books and Journals
Equipments
Recurring
Honorarium to retired teacher@
12,000/- p.m.
Project fellow @ 8000/-p.m.
Chemicals/glass wares/consumable
Hiring services
Contingency
Travel/Field work
Overhead charges@ Rs. 10% approved
recurring grant(except travel and field
work)
Total (A+B)
Amount
approved
Grant released as 1st
installment
50,000/3,50,000/-
4,00,000/-
Nil
2,88,000/90,000/75,000/20,000/50,000/47,300/-
3,08,800/-
9,70,300/-
7,08,800/-
(B) Principal Investigator- Dr. S. R. Sabale, Dept. of Chemistry
Project Title “Effect of third component on water-alcohol mixtures using density,
compressibility and phase separation data to develop phase diagram”. UGC Budget
Allocation- 14, 69,600/- (Fourteen lakhs sixty nine thousand six hundred only)
Sr.
No
A
1
2
B
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Items
Non-Recurring
Books and Journals
Equipments
Recurring
Honorarium to retired teacher@ `.
12,000/- p.m.
Project fellow @ `. 8000/-p.m.
Chemicals/glasswares/consumable
Hiring services
Contigency
Travel/Field work
Overhead charges@ `. 10% approved
recurring grant(except travel and field
work)
Total (A+B)
Amount
approved
Grant sanctioned
1st installment
as
30,000/6,00,000/Nil
5,76,000/1,00,000/Nil
60,000/30,000/73,600/14,69,600/-
10,86,600/-
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FUNDS RELEASED FOR FACULTY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMME (FIP)
(Year 2009-2011)
Research Fellow- Shri S.A. Manjare, Dept. of Zoology
Contigency amount- 28,500/- (Twenty eight thousand five hundred only)
FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR MINOR RESEARCH PROJECT (Year 2009-2014)
ARTS FACULTY
Dept/Faculty BooksandJournals Equipments Contigency Travel / Field
work
Hindi
20,000/60,000/20,000/40,0000/Economics
30,000/35,000/45,000/60,000/English
65,000/1,00,000/40,000/40,000/Psychology
25,000/40,000/25,000/40,000/Pol. Sci.
15,000/25,000/10,000/15,000/COMMERCE FACULTY
Books and Journals
10,000/-
Equipments
40,000/-
Contingency
10,000/-
Travel / Field work
30,000/-
SCIENCE FACULTY
Dept/Faculty
Physics
Chemistry
Zoology
Geography
Books and
Journals
10,000/40,000/10,000/15,000/-
Equipments
Chemicals and
Glassware’s
Contingency
55,000/2,35,000/50,000/90,000/-
50,000/1,70,000/40,000/-----------
60,000/75,000/15,000/40,000/-
Travel /
Field
work
15,000/40,000/15,000/60,000/-
FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR INSPIRE PROGRAMME (Year 2012-13 & 2013-14)
Sr. No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
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Heads of Expenditure
Amount utilized
TA for Mentors + Students
53629/Boarding
65127/Lodging
65127.00/Honorarium(to the mentors)
1,26,918.00/Consumables (Students Kits Chemicals for hands on
2,66,287.00/Experience etc.)
Organizational Expenses
4,15,836.00/Total
9,92,924.00/-
3.2.2 Is there a provision in the institution to provide seed money to the faculty for
research? If so, specify the amount disbursed and the percentage of the
faculty that has availed the facility in the last four years?
The institution has provided seed money to establish well-equipped
computer labs for senior and junior wings separately. These labs are utilized for
non-grant vocational courses of BBA, BCA, BCS and junior computer science.
Recently, the institution has provided seed money to install M. Sc. And research
laboratory for department of chemistry. Further, a separate lab has been set-up
for Food Science and Quality Control Department.
Faculty
Chemistry
Food Science and Quality Control
Computer Science
3.2.3
Provisional Budget
7,00,000/75,000/23,50,000/-
Utilized Amount
6,28,017/72,084/22,83,760/-
What are the financial provisions made available to support student
research projects by students?
The institution provides facilities of the laboratories and library as per the needs
of UG, PG, M.Phil and Ph.D students. Further, internet and wi-fi access is also
made available to them and the faculty avails necessary guidance to the students
to complete research projects.
3.2.4 How do the various departments / units / staff of the institute interact in
undertaking inter-disciplinary research? Cite examples of successful
endeavors and challenges faced in organizing interdisciplinary research.
Dr. N. L. Kadam, Commerce Department and Dr. B. M. Sargar,
Department have undergone BPO training programme held at Pune and organized
by the INFOSYS. The training programme was inter-disciplinary and provided
carrier opportunities to the students under the same faculty. Further, the college
has introduced the vocational courses such as B.B.A, B.C.A, Tax –consultancy
and Auditing under the same faculty.
Under COP, the department of English enrolls the students for the course
of Proficiency in English and Communication Skill in English. Rural Journalism
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and Mass Communication is a course provided by department of Political Science
and the students from all faculties can enroll for this course.
In the Science faculty, the departments have introduced COP courses and
B.C.S. Through these courses the various departments and staff interact for
promoting inter-disciplinary research. These activities are supported with
organizing seminars, conferences, workshops and competitive exams.
3.2.5
How does the institution ensure optimal use of various equipment and
research facilities of the institution by its staff and students?
The college has a lofty intake capacity of students enrolled for Arts,
Commerce, Science and other vocational courses. The teaching faculty is very
active and resourceful. The institution has provided well infrastructure,
equipments and material in the laboratories. These physical means are optimally
utilized by the research faculties and the students. There are a good number of
teachers having major and minor researches to which these research facilities
have become blessing. The teaching faculty in always engrossed in research
activities where the students also participate in the research work.
The students get a special benefit of the research lab and the equipments
during their project works. In addition to this, internet and wi-fi system are made
available for collection of data from various E-sources.
3.2.6 Has the institution received any special grants or finances from the industry
or other beneficiary agency for developing research facility? If ‘yes’ give
details.
Yes, the institution has received special grant or finances from other
beneficiary agencies for developing research facility.
•
UGC has sanctioned the research grants of `. 48,15,900.00 for major and
minor research projects.
•
DST has allotted the amount of ` 19.50 lakh for INSPIRE programme for the
consecutive years 2012-13 and 2013-14.
•
DST-FIST has allotted the amount of ` 99.50 lakh for the development of
college laboratories.
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•
UGC has sanctioned `. 185 lakh under B. Voc. Course in Automobile and
Printing and Publishing.
3.2.7 Enumerate the support provided to the faculty in securing research funds
from various funding agencies, industry and other organizations. Provide
details of ongoing and completed projects and grants received during the
last four years.
The institution is a good facade of research activities. Further, most of
the faculty possesses a fertile number of teachers with Ph. D, M. Phil and NET/
SET and post-research work. These research funding are enlisted below for FIP,
Major and Minor research projects.
Grant Details Received for Major and Minor Researches
[A] Major Research Projects:Sr.
No
.
1.
2
Sr.
No.
1.
2.
3.
Name of the
Teacher
Dr.Mrs. M. V.
Kale
Dr. S. R. Sabale
Subject
Botany
Chemistry
Project Title
Grant
received
“Ethno-medicinal studies in
some pteridophytes of South `9,70, 300/Western
Ghats-A
biodiversity hot spot.”
“Effect of third component on
water-alcohol mixtures using
density, compressibility and
`14,69,600
phase separation data to
develop phase diagram”.
[B] Minor Research Projects:Name of the
Subject
Project Title
Teacher
“Development of
Supercapacitor based on
Dr.Mrs.S.S
Physics hydrothermally synthesized
Mahajan
MnO2 nonstructural thin
films”
“A Study of Potentiality and
Application
of
Doctoral
Dr.N.L. Kadam Commerce
Research in Commerce and
Management…… ”
“Environmental assessment to
Dr.S.R. Sabale Chemistry establish baseline level of Soil
and water………”
Grant
received
Funding
agency
UGC, New
Delhi
UGC, New
Delhi
Funding
agency
` 1,90,000/UGC, Pune
` 90,000/-
` 80,000/-
UGC ,Pune
UGC, Pune
105
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
106
“Oxidative Transformations
by some Oxidising Agents”
“Development of analytical
method
for
extractive
Shri.G.H.
Chemistry separation of some metals
Nikam
using cyanex and crown
ethers”
“Level
of
Agricultural
Dr.A.A. Pujari Geography productivity in Panchaganga
Basin, Maharashtra”
“Problems and Development
of Female Beediworkers in
Dr.T.G.
Geography
Solapur Dist. of Maha. : A
Ghatage
Geographical Analysis”
“Raidass aur Chokha mela ka
Dr.S.B.
Hindi
Sahitya
mein
Bansode
Abhivyakt………”
“A
study
of
Female
Dr. H.R. Sayyad Economics Agricultural Labour in Shirol
Taluka, Dist: Kolhapur ”
“Ekkisawi Sadi ke Patham
Mrs. S.G.
Hindi
Dashak ke Upanyas Aur Uttar
Sansuddi
Aadhunikata”
“People’s participation in
Gram Sabha with special
Political
Dr.B.M. Mane
reference to Shirol Taluka of
Science
Kolhapur
District
in
Maharashtra”
“Major
contribution
of
Dr. Mrs. S.S.
English Mahesh Dattani to the Indian
Shelake
Drama in English”
“An Analytical Study of
Discourse Strategies in the
Oral Communication of the
Dr.Mrs. M.M.
English Students from Rural areas for
Gandhi
Undergraduate
Professional
Courses
under
Shivaji
University…..”
“Synthesis
and
characterization of metal oxide
Shri. R.D.
Chemistry
Tasgaonkar
Coated Silica Nanoparticles
for Organic Applications”
“Synthesis
and
Characterization
of
Zinc
Dr.B.M. Sargar Chemistry
Oxide Nanoparticles ”
Dr. B. V.
Tamhankar
Chemistry
` 1,80,000/-
UGC, Pune
` 1,60,000/UGC, Pune
` 1,11,000/` 95,000/-
UGC, Pune
UGC, Pune
` 70,000/-
UGC, Pune
` 70,000/-
UGC, Pune
` 70,000/-
UGC, Pune
` 65,000/UGC, Pune
` 1,30,000/-
UGC, Pune
` 1,15,000/-
UGC, Pune
` 70,000/-
` 70,000/-
UGC, Pune
UGC, Pune
16.
Dr. S.A.
Manjare
17.
Dr. R.D.
Mane
18.
Mrs. V.V.
Chougule
19.
Dr. P.T.
Mane
20
Dr. P. P.
Chikode
21
Dr.V. B.
Devkar
3.3.
“Growth response of Catla
catla and Labeo rohita to Plant
Zoology
Formulated Diets as Protein
Source ”
“Synthesis
and
Characterization of Yttrium
Physics
Telluride Thin Films By
Electro Deposition”
“Parental encouragement and
Achievement
Motivation
Psychology
among Higher Secondary
School Students”
“A study of Marketing
Economics Efficiency
of
Vegetable
products in Shirol Taluka”
“Non destructive testing of
certain materials and diffusion
studies of transparent fluids
Physics
using
holographic
interferometry
and
laser
Spackle methods”
“Employment Generation to
Female workforce in Grape
Economics Cultivation-A case study of
Kavate Mahankal Taluka of
Sangli District”
` 1,30,000/-
UGC, Pune
` 1,50,000/-
UGC, Pune
` 1,30,000/-
UGC, Pune
` 1,65,000/-
UGC, Pune
` 2,25,000/UGC, Pune
` 1,10,000/(Not
Received)
UGC, Pune
Research Facilities
3.3.1 What are the research facilities available to the students and research
scholars within the campus?
The institution is a pioneering science institution in Shirol taluka. It has a good
number of students enrolling for the science faculty. Further, it also provides a
greater scope for Arts and Commerce faculties for higher education. So the
institution has paved a ground for cultivating research-oriented students and
faculty providing wholesome research facilities.
•
Well-equipped and specious laboratories for Physics, Chemistry, Botany,
Zoology, Mathematics, Food Science and Computer Science
•
A separate research lab for Chemistry department
•
Recently introduced UGC Resource Centre
107
•
Language Lab for English department
•
Business Process Outsourcing Centre
•
All these research labs and research centers are supported with separate
computer and internet facility.
The college library is enriched with reference books, periodicals and
•
research journals. Internet connectivity is available in library.
3.3.2 What are the institutional strategies for planning, upgrading and creating
infrastructural facilities to meet the needs of researchers especially in the
new and emerging areas of research?
The strategies of the college are that to get maximum budget from Govt.
as well as from other agencies, proposals are send for the same. The DST, New
Delhi has approved training center for its ambitious INSPIRE programme and
accordingly sanctioned for two consecutive years, first in 2012-2013 and then in
2013-2014; `. 9.75 lakhs for each of the camps. Furthermore, the DST, New
Delhi has sanctioned most ambitious programme namely DST- FIST 0 level for
the development of laboratories of the college and sanctioned `. 99.50 lakhs for
the same. UGC has sanctioned `. 1.85 Crore under B. Voc. Course in
Automobile and Printing and Publishing. One major research project is under
consideration of Ministry of Environment and Science, New Delhi. The staff
members seek financial assistance for their research needs from funding
agencies like UGC by submitting research proposals. Duly, sanctioned proposals
are put in the meetings of Infrastructure and Research Committees to take
further decisions for better infrastructural development.
3.3.3 Has the institution received any special grants or finance from the industry or
other beneficiary agency for developing research facilities? If ‘yes’, what
are the instruments / facilities created during the last four years.
Yes, the institution has received special grants from other agencies for
developing research facilities.
•
UGC grants are utilized for major and minor researches as per the
allocation of funds to the faculty.
108
•
DST has allotted the amount of 9.75 lakh for INSPIRE Programme
each for the year 2012-13 and 2013-14
•
DST-FIST has allotted the amount of 99.50lakhs for the development of
laboratories in the college.
•
UGC has sanctioned 1.85 Crore under B. Voc. Course in Automobile
and Printing and Publishing.
The instruments created during the last four years are as fallows
UV spectrophotometer, Soxhlet Apparatus, Sonicator, Digital Camera,
Magnetic Stirrer, Reflux Unit, Resistivity Meter, Melting Point Unit, Gas
Sensor, Spin Coater, Electro depositor etc.
3.3.4 What are the research facilities made available to the students and research
scholars outside the campus/other research laboratories?
Teachers collaborate with other organization/ industry outside the
campus / other research laboratory, such as Nikhil Analytical Research Lab,
Puru Lab and Swabhimani Agro Producers Products Co-Ltd. Staff and students
are allowed to visit different research institutions with prior permission from the
concerned authorities. Ex. Fruit Research Station, Vengurla Exotic Fruits,
Ratnagiri, Sohum Industry, Ratnagiri, Dabhol Electric Project at Koyana,
Biodiversity of marine habitat at Dapoli, Inter University Centre for Astronomy
and Astrophysics etc.
3.3.5 Provide details on the library/ information resources center or any other
facilities available specifically for the researchers?
The college library is enriched to facilitate research projects with
•
Reference books.
•
National and International journals.
•
Research methodology books.
•
Ph.D. thesis for references.
•
E-resources facilities by providing wi-fi and internet.
•
Magazines.
•
A separate research lab for Chemistry department.
•
Recently introduced UGC Resource Centre.
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3.3.6
•
Language Lab for English department.
•
Business Process Outsourcing Centre.
What are the collaborative researches facilities developed or created by the
research institute in the college? For ex. Laboratories, Library,
instruments, computers, new technology etc
The institution has greater scope for research activity. It has been
promoting the faculty teachers and students for research in various fields. To
nurture such research-oriented attitude in the teachers and students, the institution
has been taking a progressive step by motivating collaborative research facilities
in the institution. Teachers have privilege to have collaboration there with other
laboratories, research
organization/ industry outside/ within the campus.
Some of our faculty members are M.Phil./Ph.D. Guides of other
universities like Pune University, Y.C.M.U. Nashik, Shri J.J.Tibrewala,
Rajasthan University and have collaboration and interaction with research
laboratories and institutes. The institution has MoU with –
1. School of Life Sciences, Shanghai University, Shanghai, China.
2. Puru Lab, Jaysingpur.
3. Nikhil Analytical Research Pvt.Ltd. Sangli.
4. Swabhimani Agro Food Products Production Ltd. Jaysingpur.
5. Tomke Aurvedic Products, Nimshirgaon (Jaysingpur)
But the institution does not have a separate research institution working
autonomously.
3.4
Research Publications and Awards
3.4.1 Highlight the major research achievements of the staff and students in terms
of
•
Patents obtained and filed (process and product)
Dr. Mrs M.V.Kale, Department of Botany has applied for National Patent
in March 2014 for ‘Dual Fermentation Method for Production of
Bioethanol from Milk Whey’.
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•
Original research contributing to product improvement
The research work published by Dr. Mrs. M.V.Kale in ‘Ethnomedicinal
studies in some pteridophytes of South Western Ghats- A Biodiversity Hot Spot’
is more useful to Pharmaceutical and Ayurvedic industries in the locale of
Kolhapur district. Dr. Mrs. M.V.Kale has also formulated a MoU with Tomke
Aurvedic products, Nimshirgaon, Jaysingpur.
•
Research studies or surveys benefiting the community or improving the
services.
The research studies and surveys conducted by the research faculties are
widely beneficial for the society and community for the improvement of their
present conditions. The study and survey areas are selected as per the need from
the community. Following are the efforts taken by the faculties.
Sr.
No
.
1.
Name of the
Teacher
Subject
Project Title
Sanction date and Funding
amount
agency
Dr.S.R.
Sabale
Chemistry
F.No. 47-1750/10 UGC,
(WRO)
Pune
2nd May, 2011.
` 80,000/-
2.
Dr.A.A. Pujari Geography
3.
Dr.T.G.
Ghatage
Geography
4.
Dr.B.M.
Mane
Political
Science
5.
Mrs.V.V.
Chougule
Psychology
“Environmental
assessment to establish
baseline level of Soil
and water
parameter
proposed Jaitapur Power
Plant”
“Level of Agricultural
productivity
in
Panchaganga
Basin,
Maharashtra”
“Problems
and
Development of Female
Beediworkers in Solapur
Dist. of Maha. : A
Geographical Analysis”
“People’s participation
in Gram Sabha with
special reference to
Shirol
Taluka
of
Kolhapur District in
Maharashtra”
“Parental
encouragement
and
Achievement
Motivation
among
F.No.
23-219/12
(WRO)
4th Feb. 2013
` 1,11,000/F.No.23-229/12
(WRO)
4th Feb. 2013.
` 95,000/-
UGC,
Pune
UGC,
Pune
F.No.
23-366/12 UGC,
(WRO)
Pune
20th Feb. 2013.
` 65,000/-
F.No.
23-412/12 UGC,
(WRO)
Pune
15th March 2013.
` 1,30,000/-
111
6.
Dr.P.T.Mane
Economics
Higher
Secondary
School Students”
“A study of Marketing F.No.23Efficiency of Vegetable 2003/12(WRO)
products
in
Shirol ` 1,65,000/Taluka”
Dt.27/02/2012
UGC,
Pune
* Research inputs contributing to new initiatives and social development
Several research projects of faculty are beneficial for local people and industry.
Findings of the research activities undertaken by the faculty members have contributed
to a great extent for generating employment, agricultural labor, meeting the needs of
society and solving the problems by effective measures.
3.4.2 Does the Institute publish or partner in publication of research journal(s) If
‘yes’, indicate the composition of the editorial board, publication policies and
whether such publication is listed in any international database?
The college has launched an exhaustive research journal namely, ‘The Research View:
International Journal of Humanities, Social, Applied and Natural Sciences’ [JHSANS]
by the Research wing of the college on July, 2013. It has a quarterly publication with
ISSN 2321-9777. Till date four issues have been published. The editorial board has the
ultimate privilege in the publication policies of the said research journal.
Editorial Board
Chief Editor
: Prin. Dr. M. M. Gandhi
Executive Editors
: Dr. Mrs. M. V. Kale
: Dr. N. L. Kadam
Associate Editors
: Dr. B. V. Tamhankar
: Dr. S. A Manjare
: Dr. Mrs. M.M. Gandhi
: Dr. P.P. Chikode
Administrative Editor
: Mrs. D.S. Bamane
Assistant Editors
: Dr. B.M. Rathor
: Dr. D.V. Chandane
: Dr. A.A. Pujari
: Dr. S.B. Bansode
112
: Dr. Mrs. S.S. Mahajan
: Dr. R.D. Mane
: Dr. Mrs. V.A. Mankapure
: Mrs. S.G Sansuddi
: Mrs. V.V. Chougule
: Dr. B.M. Sargar
Assistants to Adm. Editor
: Mr. S.A. Chavare
: Mr. B.N. Bhanaje
: Mr. A.A. Magdum
3.4.3 Give details of publications by the faculty and students:
* Number of papers published by faculty and students in Peer
Reviewed journals (national/international)
S.N
Name
of
Members
Faculty
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
Prin. Dr. M.M.Gandhi
Dr. Mrs. M.V.Kale
Dr. Mrs. S.S.Mahajan
Shri G.H.Nikam
Dr. D.V.Chandane
Dr. S.A.Manjare
Dr.Mrs.V.A.Mankapure
Dr. S.R.Sabale
Dr. B.M.Sargar
Shri R.D.Tasgaonkar
Dr. R.D.Mane
Dr. B.M.Mane
Dr. N.L.Kadam
Dr. N.P.Sawant
Dr. T.G.Ghatage
Dr. V.B.Deokar
Dr. Mrs. M.M.Gandhi
Dr. A.A.Pujari
Dr. S.B.Bansode
Dr. Mrs. P.B.Patil
Mrs. S.G.Sansuddhi
Mrs. V.V.Chougule
Subject
Commerce
Botany
Physics
Chemistry
History
Zoology
Zoology
Chemistry
Chemistry
Chemistry
Physics
Political Sci.
Commerce
Marathi
Geography
Economics
English
Geography
Hindi
Education
Hindi
Psychology
Paper
Paper
Published in Published in
National
International
Journals
Journals
-21
02
07
-02
05
03
-01
03
04
01
04
-24
-04
---01
15
03
10
03
-02
02
---01
06
-06
01
18
02
-02
03
-01
02
113
23
24
25
26
Dr. S.S.Shelake
Mrs. D.S.Bamane
Dr. P.T.Mane
Dr. P.P.Chikode
English
Librarian
Economics
Physics
Total
02
-01
-75
04
01
02
03
97
* Number of publications listed in International Database (for e.g. web of Science,
Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database- International
Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)
* Monographs: 1 Principal Dr. M. M. Gandhi, Title- “Value Orientation in Higher
Education: Challenges and Role of Universities and Colleges: Retrospect and Future
Options.” ISBN: 978-3-659-61970-0
Chapter in Books:
S.N.
Name of
Members
Faculty Subject
Advanced
Accounting
1
114
Pub.in
Journals
-----
Management
-----
Advanced
Costing
-----
Hindi
Chemistry
-------
Library Sci.
Chemistry
-------
Physics
----
Dr. N. L. Kadam
(Commerce)
2
Dr. S.B.Bansode
3.
Dr. S. R. Sabale
4
Smt. D. S. Bamane
5
Shri. G. H. Nikam
6
Dr. P. P. Chikode
Pub.in
Books/Proceedings
Center for Distance
Education, Shivaji
University,
Kolhapur.
Center for Distance
Education, Shivaji
University,
Kolhapur.
Center for Distance
Education, Shivaji
University,
Kolhapur.
15
Inspire
Vidnyanbharati
ISBN 978-81925021-2-0
01
Inspire
Vidnyanbharati –
Magnetic fluide
hyperthermia: New
approach for Cancer
treatment ISBN 97881-925021-2-0
Inspire
Vidnyanbharati
ISBN 978-81925021-2-0
Ambedkari Rajakiy
Chalvaliche
Bhavitavya
ISBN:978-9380166-85-8
Indian Constitution
and Government
M.A.I, Seme-I
Indian Political
Process M.A.I,
Seme-II M.A.I,
Seme-I
Political
Science
7
Dr. B. M. Mane
* Books Edited
S.N.
Name
Subject
1
Dr. S. B. Bansode
Hindi
2
Smt. D. S.
Bamane
Library
Sci.
No.
09
01
Books title
1.Shravankumar
Goswami
KaAupanyasik Samajshastra
2.Adhunik Hindi Kavita M.A.
Hindi- Part II
3.Sahityalok(optional) for B.A.I
4.Vyavaharik.Hindi
(Compulsory) for B.A.I
Cloud Computing in Academic
Libraries.
* Books with ISBN (International Standard Book Number) ISSN
Standard Serial Number)
S.N. Name
Subject
1
Dr. D. V. Chandane
History
2
Dr. S.A. Manjare
Zoology
3
Dr. S. B. Bansode
Hindi-03
4.
Mrs. S.G. Sansuddi
Hindi
ISBN/ISSN
ISBN978-935164-3890
----
(International
Publisher
Nirali Publition
Tejas prakashan,
Kolhapur
ISBN81-89187- 1 Sarang
17-1
Publication
2 Annapurna
Publication
3 K. E. S. of Arts
and
Commerce
College Mumbai
ISBN:81-89187- Vinay Publisher
18-x
ISBN:978-81925854-3-7
Dnyandeep
115
5
Dr. S. S. Shelake
English
ISBN:978-9383004-20-1
ISBN:978-9381980-15-6
ISBN:978-9383144-03-07
ISBN:978-938478-04-02
publication,sangli
Shubham
publication
Kirti publication
*Citation Index *SNIP *SJR *Impact factor *h-index
Research Publications with citation index, H-index and impact factor
Prin. Dr. M.M.Gandhi
Sr. Title
No
"Profitable Models as a
Business Opportunity for
1
Banks in Financial Inclusion:
The Indian Context"
“Financial Inclusion :
2
Indian Initiatives in the
Global Perspective”
“Emerging Profile of Indian
3
Economy: Retrospect and
Prospects”
“Financial Inclusion in India:
4
Issues and Challenges”
“Roll of Banks in Financial
5
Inclusion in India : Issues,
Challenges and Strategies”
"Financial Inclusion for
Inclusive Growth : An Indian
6
Perspective "
“Revamping
Financial
Inclusion
for
Inclusive
7
Growth
:
An
Indian
Perspective”
“Financial Inclusion in India:
Issues and Challenges”
8
Name of Journal
International Journal of Applied
Financial Management Perspectives:
ISSN: 2279-0896 (Print) ISSN:2279090X (Online).
IOSR Journal of Economics and Finance
[IOSR-JEF] e-ISSN : 2321-5933 p-ISSN
: 2321-5925
International Journal of Trade & Global
Business Perspectives:
ISSN (P): 2319-9059 # ISSN (O):2319-9067
Global Journal of Finance and
Management: ISSN 0975-6477
International Journal of Applied Business
and Economic Research (JABER) ISSN
0972-7302
International Journal of Economic and
Management Strategy
ISSN 2278 – 3636
WBI - Conference Proceedings of 6th
Annual American Business Research
Conference, held in New York [USA] on
09-10 June 2014. ISBN: 978-1-922069-52-8
Conference Proceedings of International
Finance and Economics Conference
2014, held in Munich (Germany) on 13-15
August, 2014.The Academic Archives of LCBR
9
116
“Role of Banks in Financial
Inclusion in India: Initiatives,
Issues, Challenges, Strategies
and Opportunities”
Conference Proceedings of Annual
International Conference on Law,
Economics and Politics (AICLEP-2014),
held in Oxford University, (UK) on 01-03
September, 2014.
Impact
Factor
5.049.
5.017
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
“Enhancing Effectiveness of
Directed Priority Sector
Lending for Inclusive
Growth Agenda for India”
“Industry-Academia
Collaboration in India:
Recent Initiatives, Issues,
Challenges, Opportunities
and Strategies”
“Quality Assurance and
Accreditation in Higher
Educational Institutions:
Indian Initiatives in the
Global Perspective”
“Socio Economic Perspective
of Higher Education for
Human Development :
Issues, Initiatives and
Strategies for Higher
Educational Policies”
“Value Orientation in Higher
Education:
Challenges and Role of
Universities and Colleges:
Retrospect
and
Future
Options”
"Vocationalisation of Higher
Education
: Key Issues,
Options and Strategies"
“ICT
Integrated
Higher
Education in India”
International Journal of Trade & Global
Business Perspectives; ISSN: 2319-9059
(Print) ISSN: 2319-9067 (Online),
5.017
(2013)
UNIVERSITY NEWS
ISSN 0566-2257 Pub. in : Print Journal :
Weekly: Vol. 51, No. 47: Nov.25 -Dec.
01, 2013 pp. 29-48
UNIVERSITY NEWS
ISSN 0566-2257
UNIVERSITY NEWS
ISSN 0566-2257 Pub. in :
International Journal of Education and
Psychological Research
ISSN (Print) 2349-0853
ISSN (Online) 2271-0179
International Journal of Innovative
Research & Development (IJIRD) :
ISSN 2278 – 0211
International Journal of Information
Technology and Computer Sciences
Perspectives: ISSN: 2319-9016 (Print)
ISSN: 2319-9024 (Online).
IOSR - Journal of Research & Method in
Education
e-ISSN : 2320-7388 p-ISSN : 2320-737X
International Journal of Educational
Administration ISSN 0976-5883
International Journal of Educational
Administration
ISSN 0976-5883
Conference
Proceedings
of
the
International Academic Conference held
in Paris (France), on 11-12 Aug., 2014
“Autonomy and Accountability
in Higher Education An
Indian Perspective”
"Autonomy
in
Higher
Education in India"
"Emerging Trends in ICT in
Higher Education in India
:Opportunitiesand Strategies"
“Emerging Profile of ICTenabled Commerce &
Management Education in
Pub.in:International Journal :The Business &
India”
5.058
1.124.
Management Review (IJBMR): ISSN 2047-2854,
117
21
22
23
24
“Industry-Academia
Collaborations in India:
Recent Initiatives, Issues,
Challenges, Opportunities &
Strategies”
“Emerging Profile of ICTenabled
Commerce
&
Management Education in
India”
“Financial Management of
Higher
Educational
Institutions”
“Total Quality Management
in Higher Education in India”
Conference
Proceedings
of
the
International Academic Conference held
in Paris (France), on 11-12 Aug., 2014
Pub. in : International Journal : The
Business & Management Review
(IJBMR): ISSN 2047-2854..
International Journal Higher Education
Management (IJHEM)
ISSN : 2054-9849 (Print),
ISSN 2054-9857 (Online)
International Journal of Applied
Financial Management Perspectives
ISSN: 2279-0896 (PRINT) ISSN: 2279090X (ONLINE).
International Journal of Organizational
Behaviour And Management
Perspectives[ISSN: 2279-0950 (PRINT)
5.049
5.071
ISSN: 2279-0969 (ONLINE)]
Dr. S. A. Manjare (C. Index – 31, H. Index- 10)
Sr.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
118
Name of Paper
Author
Journal
Water Quality Assesment -------Reference To
Zooplankton. Vol 1(2): pp
91-95
S.A. Manjare,
S. A.Vhanalkar
and D. V.
Muley.
Inter.J.of Adv. Biotech.
and Research. Vol 1(2):
pp 91-95 ISSN: 09762612 : (2010)
Analysis of Water Quality ------ Kolhapur District.
Maharashtra Vol 1(2):pp
115-119
Physicochemical
Condition------ in a
Laxmiwadi tank,
Maharashtra Vol 5(2): 45-50
Physicochemical
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Zooplankton population in
a Tamdalge Tank,
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A Study on Physicochemical Parameters of
Laxmiwadi Tank
inKolhapurDistrict Maha.
Vol 3(2): 99-104
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,S. B. Thakar,
S. A. Vhanalkar
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Muley
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and D. V.
Muley
Inter.J.of Adv. Biotech. 1.560
and Research. Vol
1(2):pp 115-119
ISSN:0976-2612 (2010)
Ecology and
Fishery Vol 5(2): 45-50
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(2012)
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from fresh water tanks of
Kolhapur district.
Qualitative and Quantitative S. A. Manjare
study of zooplankton from
fresh water tanks of
Kolhapur district.
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Sr.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6.
7.
8.
Name of Paper
Author
“Diversity in the flora - M.V.Kale
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and
-----
Bulletin of Pure
Applied Sciences
Vol.31(B) No.1 2012, 2529.
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Vol.29,2012, 238-239.
----of Western Ghats,
Maharashtra.”
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of M.V.Kale and Advances
in
Plant
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Sciences
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Vol.26, No.2, Dec.2013
Ghats.”
“Ethnobotanical
D.M.Ghadage
IndianFern Journal.30:47- ----Studies-------District,
and M.V.Kale
50(2013)
Mahatashtra.”
“Preliminary
K.N.Dubal,
Indian Fern Journal
----Phytochemical--------P.N.Ghorpade
Vol.30:51-54(2013)
some terrestrial ferns.
and M.V.Kale
Chemical profile-------- P N Ghorpade, Wamayug Research Journal,
-----------fern
from K N Dubal & M March 2014, 1-4. ISSN-23487224.
Western Ghats
V Kale
Studieson Bioactive ------------------coadunate
(Wall. Ex.Hook &
Grev.) C.Chr.
GC-MS Analysis of
Asplenium ------------ll
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K.N.Dubal,
P.N.Ghorpade
and M.V.Kale
Asian Journal of
Pharmaceutical & Clinical
Research.Vol.6,2013
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19. ISSN2321-9777
M.V.Kale
119
9.
GC-MS
Profile of Kanchan Dubal
Lygodium ---------------- & Manisha
fern
from
North Kale
Western Ghats
Indian Fern J. 31 : 106111.(2014)
R. D. Tasgaonkar
Sr. Name of Paper
Author
Journal
Impact
No.
Factor
1
The characterization of---R. D. Mane
The Research View(ISSN
--------Interferometory P. P. Chikode,
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R. D.
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B. M. Sargar
V. J. Fulari &M.
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Dr. Mrs. S. S. Mahajan
Sr.
No.
1
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Title
Author
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S.J.Rajoba
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S.S. Mahaajan,
S.H. Mujawar
P. S. Shinde
A.I. Inamdar
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Solar Energy Materials 5.4
&Solar
Cells
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Title
Author
Name of Journal
Chitrapat
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Atmacharitrye
Dr. N P Sawant
VidyaSearch Vol.2 Issue
2nd -2013, 71-72
ISSN No. 2278-7348
Dalit
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The
Research
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Morphological , Optical
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MoO3
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Sr.
No.
1
2.
120
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Sr. Title
Author
Name of Journal
No.
1
Liquid-liquid
N. S. Madane, G. Journal
of
extraction----------------- H. Nikam, K.R. RadioanalyticalandNucle
--from
sodium Mahanwar and B. ar chemistry, 288(1),
salicylate medium
S. Mohite
011, 285-290
journal
of
2
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phase Mahanwar K.R., Research
and
partition------------------ Sabale S. R., Chemistry
15(1),
y[dibenzo-18-crown-6] Madane N. S., Environment,
Nikam G.H. and 2011,38-41
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3
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of Gurunath H. International journal of
analytical----------------- Nikam
and Analytial and Bioanalytical
using Cyanex 272
Baburao
S. Chemistry, 2012;2 (1); 116Mohite
121
4
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Phase Mahanwar K.R., Chemical
Sciences
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on Madane N. S., 27
Nikam G.H. and
Poly[DibenzoMohite B.S
18Crown-6]
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---------------------and
Mohite Chemical Sciences Vol.2
Acetate media using B.S.
(1), 75-82, Jan.2012
Cyanex 272
6
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Separation Science and
---------------Cyanex
Nikam,
Kirti Technology,
48;493from
Ammonium Mahanwar,
500,2013
thiocyanate medium
Sandip Sabale
And Baburao
Mohite
J.
of
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Degradation of Dyes --- V.V.Jadhav,R.S.D Universal
-------------------anatase habe, S.R.Sabale, Environmental Research
and Technology 2013
Tio2 photocatalyst
G.H.Nikam,
B.V.Tamhankar
vol.3, issue 6:667-676
8
Application of Titania - S.R.Sabale,
The
Research
-------photocatalysis: A G.H.Nikam,
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Dr. B. M. Sargar (Citation Index-31, h index-3)
Sr. Title
Author
No.
1
Sequential separation of -- B.M.Sargar.S.V
---------n-Octylaniline :
. Mahamuni, M.
Analysis of real samples
A. Anuse,
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Factor
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Chemical 1.288
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2
3
4
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B.N.Kokare,G.
reliable---------extraction S. Kamble,
and separationof
B.M.Sargar,M.
neodymium (III)
A. Anuse,
Solvent Extraction
G B Kolekar,
Separation and
B M Sargar,,
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M A Anuse.
Determination of
Antimony (III) with 1-(4’bromophynyal)-4, 4, 6trimethyl-(1H, 4H)pyrimidine- 2-thiol:
Analysis of Synthetic
Mixtures and Alloy.
The characterization of----R. D. Mane
-------Interferometory
P. P. Chikode,
Technique
S. G. Gaikwad
B. M. Sargar
V. J. Fulari &M.
B. Dongare
Dr. R. D. Mane
1
The characterization of---- R.D. Mane
-------Interferometory
Technique
Dr. S. R. Sabale (Citation Index- 60, h index-5)
Sr. Title
Author
No.
1
Lake contamination by S.Sabale, V.
accumulation -------------- Jadhav,
D.
------- in Eichhornia Jadhav,
Crassipes: A case study B.S.Mohite,K.
of Rankala Lake,
J. Pati
2
3
4
122
Chromatographic
separation-------L-valine
using poly[dibenzo-18crown-6]
Sorption and separation
studies --------in L-valine
medium using poly
[dibenzo-18-crown-6]
Chromatographic
Separation---------------by Using L-valine and
Poly[dibenzo-18-crown-
Sandip
Sabale
and
Baburao
Mohite,
S.Sabale, S.
Tamboli,
Baburao
Mohite
S. R. Sabale
and B. S.
Mohite,
The Scientific World 1.730
Journal Volume 2012
(2012),
Article
ID
856948, 1-7
Chemical
and
Environmental Research
(2000) 9(1/2), 37-46
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Factor
J. Environ. Sci. and
Engin., 52(2), 2010, 155165 ISSN 0367-827 X
Chinese
Journal
of 1.382
Chromatography, 27(2),
2009, 224-228.
J.
Indian
Chemical 0.251
Society, 8, 2010, 385389.
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using poly [dibenzo-18- Mohite,
crown-6] and L-arginine
Sorption Study of U(VI), Sandip
Th(IV) and Ce(III)-------- Sabale and B.
---------------S. Mohite
chromatographic
Separation Method
Sorptionand Separation D.Jadhav,
Study of Pb(II) using S.Sabale
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S.
6] in L-arginine
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Lanthanum(III) Sorption
Sandip
Studies----------------Sabale,
Separation from Uranium Deepali
(VI) and Thorium(IV) in Jadhav andB.
L-valine Medium
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La(III) Sorption Studies-- S. Sabale, D.
-------of La(III), Th(IV) Jadhav and
and U(VI) in L-arginine B.Mohite
Sorption and separation D.Jadhav, S.
of----------benzo-18Sabale
and
crown-6] in L-valine B.Mohite
medium,
Column chromatographic - D.Jadhav,
-------using poly[dibenzo- S.Sabale . S.
18-crown-6] and ascorbic Mohite
acid,
Reversed phase partition K. R.
-----------------of La(III) Mahanwar, S.
from picric acid on poly R. Sabale,
[dibenzo18crown-6]
Madane, G.H.
Nikam, B. S.
Mohite
Construction of Phase
S. R. Sabale
diagram ------at ambient
room temperature
Synthesis--------peroxy
A.B. Bandgar,
titanium
complex S.R. Sabale,
solution
S.H. Pawar
Reversed Phase Partition S.R. Sabale,
------------------------N.S. Madane,
From Hippuric Acid on Nikam, Mohite
Poly[Dibenzo-18-Crown-
J. Chem. and Chem. Engin.,3(6) 2009, 37-43
J.
Radioanal.
Nucl. 1.520
Chem., 284, 2010, 273278.
J. Indian Council of 0.21
Chemists 27,(2) 1-2 2010
Journal of Rare earths, 1.232
27(5) 2009, 825-829.
Res. J. Chem. and 0.64
Environ. 13(4) Dec.
2009, 34-40.
Res. J. Chem. and 0.64
Environ., 14(2), 2010,
63-67.
J Environ. Sci. and Eng. ISSN 0367827 X
2012, 54(3) 379-384.
Construction of Phase 0.64
diagram
of
Sodium
thiosulphate+water+tButanol at ambient room
temperature
Chin. J. Chem. 2011, 29, 0.917
2562-2564
Micro and Nano Letters, 0.845
2011, Vol. 6, Iss. 10,
816–819
Chemical
Sciences Journal, Vol. 2011: CSJ27
123
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17
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21
22
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Studies on Influence of
Reflux------------------------- by Peroxotitanate
Complex Solutions
Reversed
Phase
Extractive -------------------usingPoly[Dibenzo18-Crown-6]
Synthesis of Dy doped --------------method andits
characterization,
Sabale, S.H. Ceramics International, 1.968
Pawar
2012, 38, 1905-1913.
S.R. Sabale,
R.B. Kadam,
B.S. Mohite
Int. J. Inorg. Chem., Volume 2012, Article ID
515196, 6 pages
V.M. Gurame,
D.P.Waghmode,
G.B. Kolekar,
S.R. Sabale,
S.R. Bamane,
Extractive Separation of Gurunath
Cadmium(II)
using Nikam, Kirti
Cyanex
923
from Mahanwar, S.
Ammonium Thiocyanate R. Sabale and
Medium
Mohite
Direct synthesis and ------- Sandip
--------------------- TiO2
Sabale,
Arti
nanospheres by PTC
Bandgar,
dissolution method
Haiyan Wang,
V.V. Jadhav,
Degradation of Dyes
Using------------------------- R.S. Dhabbe,
--- Nanosphere TiO2
S.R. Sabale,
Photocatalyst,
G.H. Nikam
Applications of Titania B.V.Tamhankar
nanoparticles----------:A S.R. Sabale
Review Note
G.H. Nikam
Synthesis and properties S.R.Sabale,V.K
of ----------------------------- hot,V.Jadhav,Xi
- using polyol reflux
aoli Zhu,
method
Yanhong Xu
Materials Letters, 2012, 1.870
84, 169-172
Separation Science and 1.16
Technology, 2013, 48,
493-500.
Metals and Materials 1.434
International,
2013,
19(3), 483-488.
Universal J. Environ. 2249-0256
Res. and Technol., 2013,
3(6) 667-676.
The Research
2013, I (2) 6-7.
Acta
Metall.
(Engl.Lett.)
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Sr.
No.
1
124
Title
Author
Name of Journal
Employment
opportunities-----in Agriculture
V.B.Devakar
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Dr. D.V.Chandane
Sr.
No.
1
Title
Author
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--the
east
India e
company
Name of Journal
Impact
Factor
The Research View Vol. 1,
No
1,2013,2-3
(ISSN
2321-9777)
Dr. N.L.Kadam
Sr.
No
.
1
Title
Name of Journal
Impact
Factor
‘Gramin Bhandar Yojana Monthly ‘Jagruti’, February 2011 -published by Central Registry, Khadi and
– An Overview’
Village Industries Commission, VileParle, Mumbai
Monthly ‘Sahakar Jagat’(Marathi) vol. 3,
March 2011
2
3
4
5
6
‘Gramin Bhandar Yojana
The
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9777)Vol.1 No 1, 2013
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Entrepreneurship
potentiality and problems Monthly ‘Indian Streams Research
Journal’ vol. 2, Issue VII, August 2012,
of the rural women
ISSN: 2230-7850
‘An
Evaluation
of
Performance of Sangli
District
Central
Cooperative Bank Ltd. Quarterly ‘RESURRECTION’,
Sangli in respect of International Registered & Recognized
Research Journal in Higher Education for
Agricultural Finance’
all subjects vol. 2, Issue I, August 2012 to
Services
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Jain October 2012 ISSN: 2278 - 0319
Upadhyayas
–
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Service Monthly ‘Indian Streams Research
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ISSN: 2230-7850
‘Growth and Development The Journal of Shivaji University
of Higher Education in
(Humanities and Social Science) Vol. 44
India: A Historical and
No. 1 & 2 of 2009 ISSN: 0368-4199
Statistical Review’
125
7
‘Expenditure Incurred by
Commerce and
Management Teachers for
Academic Enrichment’
International J of Multidisciplinary
Research IJMR Vol.II, Issue 7 (II),
October 2013, ISSN: 2277-9302
Wamayug Research Journal ISSN 23487224 Issue March 2014
8
SARFAESI Act and
growing NPAs of
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International Journal of Humanities,
Social, Applied and Natural Sciences,
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– 9777,
9
Women in higher
education:Position and
Prospects
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‘Entrepreneurship
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11
‘SARFAESI Act
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12
‘Women in Higher
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13
‘RUSA: A Strategic Shift
in Higher Education’
3
126
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Multidisciplinary Research IJMR’ Vol. II,
Issue 7 (II), October 2013, ISSN: 2277 –
9302,
Monthly Online Journal ‘Wamayug
Research Journal’ ISSN 2348 – 7224,
and
of online Research Publication ‘Review of
Research’ ISSN 2249-894X,
Dr. S.B.Bansode
Sr.
Title
No.
1
Virendrakumar----------Mahavir ka chitrikaran.
Surdas ke -------2
---shrungar varnan
Vidnyapan ki -------- prakriya
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UIF)
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Dr. P.P.Chikode
Title
1
Studies
of
Aerogels
Holographic
Interferometry
Author
P.P.Chikode,
R.D.Mane
Tasgaonkar,
Sargar,
and
Dongare
Comparative studies of
diffusion coefficients of P.P.Chikode
sucrose and lactose
Mane,
using digital
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Dr. Mrs. V.A.Mankapure
2
3
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Sr.
No.
1
Name of Journal
Title
Applications
Vermitechnology
organic farming.
Antiaging
effects
Bacopa-------female mice.
Antiaging
effects
Lactuca------female mice.
The Research
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of
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Male antifertility---------- Acta Biologica Indica (accepted for
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3
4
5
6
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8
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Bharatatil-----------drushtikon
Samajik sangharsh---------chalvali
Andhashradha-------mansik gulamgiri
Andhashradha
-------Bharat Mahan
Maharashtratil
------yogdan
Multtvvad -------Prashan
Globalization -----------Political impact.
Rajyachya ---------------Rajyanchi Magani
D”Harmpramanyavad &
Vidyanand.
Andhashradha
---------hovu shakel
Pratinidhik
----------pratinidhitv
Dr. Babasaheb ----------bhumika
Maharashtrache pach -------vikas
Kuntala
Multatvvad ----------prashan
Shikshan hakk --------aani
vastav
Dr. Babasaheb ---------yanchi mimansa
Maharshi Vitthal ----------kary
Mahapur----------------aani kartvya
Navbharat
Navjyot
ISSN:2277-8063
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ISSN:2278-9308
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ISSN:978-93-80166-77-3
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Navjyot
ISSN:2277-8063
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Bahujan Adhar
ISSN:2278-9308
Sugava Masik
ISSN:2321-8592
Bahujan Adhar
ISSN:2278-9308
Vichar Manthan
ISSN:2347-9639
The Research View ISSN:2321-19777
Sugava Masik
ISSN:2321-8592
Bahujan Adhar
ISSN:2278-9308
Bahujan Adhar
ISSN:2278-9308
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Dr. Mrs. S.S.Shelake
Sr.
No.
1
Title
2
Dramatic personality------ Wamayug Research Journal ISSN
------Thirty days.
2348-7224 Issue March 2014
3
Feminism in modern------ CLOJ ISSN: 0972-0901
---the Queen
Predicament of new------- Resurrection ISSN:2278-0319
Dattani’s plays.
4
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Physical activities and ---- J of Arts and Education vol.1,2014
-- stress management.
ISSN 2349-171X
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‘Forced Harmony’ in the
family Units: A
Reflection into the Glass
palace by Amitav Ghosh
ISSN:0976-8262 Souvenier Sept.
06.2014
Critical Space
ISSN 2319-3689
Dr. P.T.Mane
Sr.
No.
1
Title
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A Study of--------- in Shirol Taluka.
International J of Buiseness, Management
& Social Sciences ISSN:2249-7463,Vol III
Issue 2 (1), 2013 40-43
2
Vegetables economy of The Research
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Sr.
No.
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Dr. P.B.Patil
Sr.
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1
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Prathamik shikshan----- Preeti Patil
--chikistak Abhayas
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Sr.
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3.4.4 Provide details (if any) of
* Awards received by the faculty
Research awards show a great contribution of the college and the faculty.
Following are the awards cited to the different faculties.
•
Dr. M.V.Kale has been elected FELLOW of the Indian Fern Society for
outstanding contribution in the field of Pteridology in Nov 2010.
•
Dr.B.V.Tamhankar received ‘Special Service Award’ for his contribution
of educational and social activities in Jaysingpur city from Rotary Club on
Teachers Day 5th Sept. 2010.
•
Dr. P.P.Chikode received the ‘Best Teacher Award’ by Sanskar
Pratishthan, Pune, and Maharashtra State in the year 2011.
•
Dr. Mrs. M.V.Kale, Dept. of Botany received ‘Excellence Certificate’
Award cited by Academy of Plant Sciences, India on 02.02.2013.
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•
Dr Mrs. M. V. Kale has received ‘Bharat Shiksha Ratna Award’ by Global
Society for Health and Educational Growth, Delhi on 5th July 2013.
•
Dr Mrs. M. V. Kale received ‘Special Service Award’ for her contribution
of educational and social activities in Jaysingpur city from Rotary Club on
Teachers Day 5th Sept. 2013.
•
Principal Dr. M.M Gandhi received “Best Presentation Award” at PARIS
in 2014.
•
Dr. Mrs. M.V.Kale has nominated for ‘National Women Bioscientist
Award’ by Govt. of Maharashtra in 2014
•
Dr. Mrs M.V.Kale received ‘Rashtra Ratan Award’ for extra-ordinary
achievement and contribution in the field of educational activity on 27th Feb.
2015
* Recognition received by the faculty from reputed professional bodies
and
agencies, nationally and internationally.
List of faculty members who are recognized by various Universities for guiding
the research scholars for their M.Phil/Ph.D degree
S.N
Name of
Members
Faculty Subject
Recognized for
M.Phil
Ph.D.
1.
Prin. Dr. M. M. Commerce
Gandhi
and
Management
2.
Dr. N.L.Kadam
Accountancy
3.
Dr. B.M.Rathore
Botany
4.
5.
Dr. D.V.Chandane
Dr. B. V.
Tamhankar
History
Chemistry
6.
Dr. S.A.Manjare
Zoology
University
1.Pune University
since 1992
2.Shivaji
University
Kolhapur
since
2009.
Shivaji
University,
Kolhapur.
J.J.Tibrewala,
Rajasthan
University
YCM U,Nashik.
Shivaji
University,
Kolhapur.
Shivaji
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7.
Dr. Mrs. M.V.Kale
Botany
8.
Dr. A.A.Pujari
Geography
9.
Dr. S. B. Bansode
Hindi
10.
Dr.
Mrs.S.S.Mahajan
Physics
11.
Dr. R. D. Mane
Physics
12.
Dr. B.M.Mane
Political
Science
13.
Dr. N.P.Sawant
Marathi
14.
Dr. B.M.Sargar.
Chemistry
15.
Dr. Mrs.S.S.Shelake
English
16.
Dr. P.T.Mane
Economics
17.
Dr. S R Sabale
Chemistry
University,
Kolhapur.
Shivaji
University,
Kolhapur.
Shivaji
University,
Kolhapur.
Shivaji
University,
Kolhapur.
Shivaji
University,
Kolhapur.
Shivaji
University,
Kolhapur.
Shivaji
University,
Kolhapur.
Shivaji
University,
Kolhapur.
Shivaji
University,
Kolhapur.
Shivaji
University,
Kolhapur.
J.J.Tibrewala,
Rajasthan
University
Shivaji
University,
Kolhapur
* Incentives given to faculty for receiving state, national and international
recognitions for research contributions.
The faculty is provided with incentives in the form of TA and DA from
the UGC funding. Further, Duty Leave is assigned to faculty for participation in
state, national and international recognitions for research contributions.
Faculty members of institution are always encouraged to undertake innovative
research and all type of support is given by the institution.
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3.5
Consultancy
3.5.1 Give details of the system and strategies for establishing Institute-industry
interface?
There is a regular interaction between industry and institute. The
students of the college visit various industries as a part of projects to get
practical knowledge.The students visited following industries –
•
Swabhimani Agro products and producers Co. Ltd. Udgaon (52 students)
•
Nikhil Analytical Research Laboratory, Sangli(10 students)
•
Datta Sugar FactorY, Shirol(60 students)
•
Mapro Food Processing Industry, Mahabaleshwar(22 students)
•
Gadre Industry, Gokul-shirgaon(19 students)
•
Nina Food Fndustry, Kolhapur(34 students)
•
MIDC, Kupwad(18 students)
•
Sericulture Industry, Wai (33 students)
•
Benjelin Goa Industry(62 students)
•
Oil and Natural Gas Corporation, Goa. (60 students)
•
US Vitamin, Chiplun (60 students)
The students obtain first hand information about the latest developments
in the industry through these interactions.
Some departments in the college take the students to small scale
industries so as to make them aware of how one can be self-reliant to develop
entrepreneurship skills with a little investment.
The consultancy services are rendered by faculty members individually.
Each faculty promotes its own strategy to develop a healthy rapport for
establishing Institute-industry interface.
3.5.2 What is the stated policy of institution to promote consultancy? How is the
available expertise advocated and publicized?
Faculty members provide their expertise as consultants in various areas.
The institution encourages and motivates the staff to provide consultancy
services. Some departments provide a continuous consultancy to the agricultural
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zone, industrial sectors and private firms. The stated policy of the institution to
promote consultancy is publicized and expertise through college prospectus,
hand-bills and uploaded on the official website of the institution. These
consultancy services cater various services to the nearing locality.
3.5.3 How does the institution encourage the staff to utilize their expertise and
available facilities for consultancy services?
The institution encourages the staff to utilize their expertise and available
facilities for consultancy services through the proper endorsement measures like
remuneration, felicitation and appraisal on the annual day celebration.
3.5.4
List the broad areas and major consultancy services provided by the
institution and the revenue generated during the last four years.
In all 20 consultancy services provided and Rs. 3695/- revenue generated by the
consultancy.
S.N.
Area of service
Beneficiaries
Income tax
College
employees
Agricultural,
Industrial
sectors
Agricultural,
Industrial
sectors
Fisherman’s in
nearby locality
Tomke
aurvedic
products
Local
community
1
2
Water,
analysis
3
Water,
analysis
4
Name of the Free/remunerative
teacher
Dr. N.L.Kadam Remunerative
500/soil Dr. S.R.Sabale Remunerative
700/soil Dr. G.H.Nikam
Fisherman
community
Medicinal plants
Dr.
S.A.Manjare
Dr. M.V.Kale
5
6
7
8
9
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Edible oil testing, Dr. R.D.Mane
testing
the
intensity
of
electric wires and
cables
Microbial
Dr. M.V.Kale
analysis
Electric
wire Dr.
testing
S.S.Mahajan
Bakery
Dr. M.V.Kale
equipments
Remunerative
300/Free of cost
Remunerative
(50/-)
Remunerative
(50/-)
Remunerative
(50/-)
Free of cost
Remunerative
(100/-)
Dairy industry,
research
students
Local
community
Bakery
industries
Laboratory set up
Miss S.T.Mulik
Free of cost
10
11
12
Improvement of Dr. A.A.Pujari
Free of cost
Sugar
cane
productivity
Field
Mr.
T.G. Remunerative
Measurement
Ghatage
(1000/-)
Data Analysis
13
14
Counseling
students
Green house
15
16
17
18
19
20
Mr.
R.
D. Remunerative
Shinde
(250/-)
to V.V.Chougule
Free of cost
Dr.
B.M.Rathore
Remunerative
(20/-)
Vermicomposting Dr.
Remunerative
V.A.Mankapure (50/-)
Research
Dr.
Free of cost
methodology
V.A.Mankapure
Swabhimani
Dairy industry
Local farmers
Local
Agriculture
sector
Research
Students
High
school
students
Local
Agriculture
sector
Local farmers
M.D.
(Homeopathy)
part-I students
of
Dr.
J.J.Magdum
college,
Local hospitals
and
laboratories
Public libraries
Screening
of Dr.
Free of cost
blood group & V.A.Mankapure
Hb. Check up
Library
D.S.Bamane
Remunerative
automation
(25/-)
Computer
B.A.Patil
Remunerative
College
maintenance
(600/-)
employees
The above consultancy services incur greater benefits in the form of
research opportunities to the faculty and the students.
3.5.5
What is the policy of the institution in sharing the income generated
through consultancy (staff involved: institution) and its use for institutional
development?
Income generated through consultancy is used to develop research
facilities in the concerned departments. In science faculty such income is
utilized in the improvement of laboratories, purchasing chemicals, apparatus and
other contingencies. In Arts and Commerce faculty it is used for purchasing
books.
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3.6
Extension Activities and Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR)
3.6.1 How does the institution promote institution-neighborhood-community
network and student engagement, contributing to good citizenship, service
orientation and holistic development of students?
•
The college has NSS unit with two faculty members as the programme officers.
200 students are enrolled in the unit.
•
The NSS units of our college organize seven day special camps at the adopted
villages every year. The volunteers stay in the neighborhood villages during the
period of camp. They organize the awareness programmes like AIDS camp,
health and hygiene camp, save baby child and blood donation camps
•
The college has NCC senior wing of 108 students. The NSS and NCC faculty in
the institution have organized camps and rallies in support with local NGOs and
Municipalty. They participate in shramadan, election duties, blind belief
eradication camp and blood donation camp.
3.6.2 What is the Institutional mechanism to track students’ involvement in
various social movements / activities which promote citizenship roles?
Our institution utilizes knowledge and skill of experts for the optimum
benefit of students. Through organizing talks, lectures, demonstrations and
various activities with the initiatives from college faculties, social agency,
traffic police, personal legal experts, doctors, social workers to interact with our
students regarding adolescent problems, traffic rules and regulations, sexual
problems and other current issues. These social issues are carried out in
following way•
Blood donation camp, AIDS awareness drive, Medical camp and Health and
Hygiene awareness Drive
•
Tree Plantation Programme, Nirmal Gram Abhiyan, Rain harvesting, various
rallies and celebration of national days and Anniversaries of National Heroes.
•
Organization of Cultural programmes and participation in University level
Youth Festival for creating social awareness among people.
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•
NSS has organized voter awareness rally and the whole faculty deputed for
Election duty for constitution and assembly election.
The Science and educational exhibition are organized to promote the
students and faculty for active participation where the students and their
respective faculty present the models, charts and science based experiments. The
social issues like superstitions, road protection, save child models are also
focused by organizing various activities in the college. A healthy competition is
also part of exhibition which is a challenging thing for the immerging ideas of
the faculties.
3.6.3
How does the institution solicit stakeholder perception on the overall
performance and quality of the institution?
• Internal Stakeholders1. Student’s feedback forms.
2. Staff feedback forms and meetings.
• External stakeholders1. Alumini Association- Suggestions and recommendations.
2. Parents- Suggestion.
3. University- Correspondence.
All the above said steps held in soliciting the perception of the
stakeholders on the overall performance of the institution. They are invited on
specific occasions like annual function. The college website is also a strong
medium between institution and stakeholders regarding the information,
progress and performance of the institution. Further, the suggestions furnished
by the stakeholders are welcomed and the institution takes essential steps to
improve the quality and performs of the college on overall basis.
3.6.4 How does the institution plan and organize its extension and outreach
programmes? Provide the budgetary details for last four years, list the
major extension and outreach programmes and their impact on the overall
development of students.
All the policies, plans and activities in the institute are student centered
and we try to make our students worthy citizens of our country. NSS, NCC and
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the Sports departments undergo various practices to realize the goal of the
overall development of the students. The institution plan and organize its
extension and outreach programmes right at the beginning of the year. The
following outreach programmes are organized by the institutionThe institution has its co-ordination with the university in planning and
organizing the NSS programmes. The institution receives financial assistance
from the University for conducting camps to undertake extension activities in
the villages around Jaysingpur city.
During NSS camp, volunteers actively play role in clean village camp,
literacy camp and tree plantation programme. They also construct percolation
tanks and help the villagers for watershed management. The coordinator of NSS
departments organizes various lectures on social awareness issues such as antialcohol drive, AIDS campaign and many other social issues.75 students
participated in the Blood Donation Camp organized by Tulsi Blood Bank,
Jaysingpur. Institution arranges educational tours, excursions and field visits for
the students and extension lectures by faculty members to other colleges.
The NCC cadets participated in regular parade programmes like drill,
weapon training, map reading, social services, adventure training . They were
also participated in various camps like ATC, CATC, Army Attachment and NIC
Camps. Shri Adake Rakesh Kumar (B.A-II) was awarded with “Best Firer” and
honored with Medal in the Annual Training Camp held at Panhala,
Chambukhadi, Kolhapur.
Budgetary details for last four years for NSS, NCC and YF.
Sr.
Department
No.
Years
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
1
NSS
3,20,114/-
13,510/-
1,35,105/-
-----
89,000/-
2
NCC
---
---
---
63077/-
1286/-
3
Youth Festival
6,232/-
7,634/-
25,732/-
38,139/-
10145/-
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3.6.5
How does the institution promote the participation of students and faculty
in extension activities including participation in NSS, NCC, YDC and other
National/ International agencies?
Institution encourages the students and faculty members to participate in the
extension activities. For this purpose various programmes, competitions,
campaigns are regulatory organized in the campus. The activities are conducted
under the auspices of NSS, NCC and Youth festival. The students actively
participate in youth festival organized by Shivaji University and have won
various prizes in folk dance, mime, street play. The staff members of the College
are deputed for election duty during Parliament/Assembly/Municipal elections.
3.6.6 Give details on Social Surveys, research or extension work (If any)
undertaken by the college to ensure social justice and empower students
from underprivileged and vulnerable section of society?
Survey, research and extension work have been taken by the students
and faculty of the college. Some of the activities are undertaken by the faculty
members to ensure social justice and empower students from underprivileged
and vulnerable section of society.
1. Dr. Mrs. M.V.Kale, Department of Botany, submitted a project on “Study and
Development of appropriate low cost waste management system based on
biogas production for dairy industry in Kolhapur District.”
2. Dr. Miss V.B.Devkar, Department of Economics, is working on a project
“Employment generation to female workforce in Grape cultivation in
Kavathemahankal Taluka.”
3. Dr. T.G.Ghatage, Department of Geography, is working on “Problems and
Development of Female Beediworkers in Solapur District of Maharashtra.”
4. Mrs. V.V.Chougule, Department of Psychology, is working on, “Parental
encouragement and Achievement Motivation among Higher Secondary School
Students.”
Our NSS volunteers conduct social survey in the neighboring villages
during their camp periods.
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3.6.7
Reflecting on objectives and expected outcomes of the extension activities
organized by the institution, comment on how they complement students’
academic learning experience and specify the values and skills inculcated.
To cultivate democratic values of equity, equality, fraternity and socialjustice, the institution organizes various extension activities to encourage to the
students to become worthy citizens of nation. The said objectives are carried out
in various ways.
Outcomes of extension activities:During the camp period in the villages, the students study the social
problems being faced by the villagers like alcoholism, health and hygiene, AIDS
awareness, gender quality, illiteracy, environmental crises and problems faced
by women. For the eradication of such problems the students as well as the
teacher-participants organize check-up camps, speeches of experts and skits
based on social problems. They arrange group discussions, lectures, cultural
programmes and convey the messages to villagers.
Extension activities and Students’ academic learning experience:The extension activities have greater impact on the students on academic
learning experience. Such activities provide the opportunities to the students to
form virtual and practical attitude towards life. The tree plantation programme
and health-hygiene create awareness about environment and personal life. The
literacy camp organized in the extensive activity envisions the role of education
in life.
Values and skills inculcated:The students’ involvement in extension activities develops a communityoriented thinking in the students. They provide opportunity of developing
leadership qualities, initiatives and philanthropic attitude in students. This
activates the students’ rationale and pragmatic thinking about social problems.
The extension activities inbuilt their morale and nurture a holistic and laudatory
attitude.
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3.6.8 How does the institution ensure the involvement of the community in its
reach out activities and contribute to the community development? Detail
on the initiatives of the institution that encourage community participation
in its activities?
The institution plays leading role in the community involvement through
various community-oriented programmes. The NSS and NCC faculty in the
institution steer community-oriented programmes by organizing camps and
rallies in support with local NGOs and Municipality.
• For active participation of community, the institution organizes NSS and NCC
programmes on community betterment on common issues like national
integration, AIDS awareness, blood donation, health and hygiene.
• Under women security and empowerment programme, Internal Complaint and
Sexual Harassment of women at work-place committee organizes anti- dowry
programmes, save girl-child movement and women health-care programme.
• The teacher-faculty voluntarily gives addresses on various community problems
in nearing villages.
• NSS functioning in the college adopts a village every year under NSS camps for
its out rich activities.
• The NSS volunteers encourage community participation in its activities by
conducting cultural activities.
• Various activities like cleaning the surroundings, tree plantation and road
construction have been taken up by the involvement of the villages.
• Medical health check up camps, corruption rally, Granth Dindi is also organized
with the involvement of rural youth and doctors.
All above activities and initiatives taken by the institution encourage
engrossing the community participation in its activities.
3.6.9 Give details on the constructive relationships forged (if any) with other
institutions of the locality for working on various outreach and extension
activities.
The institution always takes initiative to form a constructive relationship
with other government and non-government organizations to lead various
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outreach activities. Following are the activities which promote a healthy rapport
with other institutions.
• A three days Agriculture Expo was organized from 1st to 3rd May 2010 at
college by Swabhimani Shetakari Sanghatana. The farmers from Shirol tahshil
visited the expo.
• ‘Tanishk- Sakal Paper Ltd. organizes support programmes for women
empowerment in coordination with Jaysingpur Police Station.
• Moulana Azad Urdu University, Alighar had its study and exam centre in our
college for last five years.
• Zilla-Parishad organizes taluka-level sport competition for high school in Shirol
tahasil.
• A Recruitment Train Camp was organized for IPS and Police Constables in the
year 2010.
3.6.10 Give details of awards received by the institution for extension activities
and/contributions to the social/ community development during the last four
years.
NSS & NCC Awards:•
Shri. Ajinkya Patil (JUO) is selected for NAVY in 2012.
•
Shri Rakesh Sharma (SUO) is selected for ARMY on 15th August 2012.
•
Won First prize for Handball at Chambukhadi in 2012-13.
•
Won First prize for Cross Country at Devchand College Nipani in 2012-13.
•
Shri Nikhil Mohite (SUO) is selected for SSB Screening Camp at Nagpur in
2012-13.
•
Shri Bhosagi Divyakumar is selected Best Cadet (SGT) in 2012-13.
•
Two NCC cadets are selected for National Games in 2013.
•
Shri Umesh Kharade is selected for Best Cadet in ATC- 2013.
Awards for Extension activities:1. Dr. S S Shelake has received Meritorious Teacher Awards by the
‘Savitrichya Leki Pratishthan’, Jaysingpur on the Teachers Day 2013.
2. Dr. S S Shelake has received ‘Chandrabhaga Tiri’ Award for her
contribution in Gazal writing.
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3.7 Collaboration
3.7.1 How does the institution collaborate and interact with research laboratories,
institute and industry for research activities. Cite examples and benefits
accrued of the initiatives- collaborative research, staff exchange, sharing
facilities and equipment, research scholarships etc.
The institution is very keen about research collaboration and interactions with
research laboratories, institutes and industries. Following are the leading steps
taken by the institution to promote research culture and collaboration.
•
The collaborative efforts of departments
•
Organizing tours, visits and direct contact
•
Forming MoU’s and pacts
•
Through consultancy services
•
By providing employability to the students in industrial sectors.
Upshot and Outcomes
Every faculty starves to form collaborative work with the industries, institutions and
laboratories in the vicinity of the institution. It has resulted into forming a rapport
with food industries, fruit industries, oil industries and laboratories.
Tours and visits provide open access to faculty and students to form a direct
contact with the local and regional industries. Some of the faculties have formed
MoUs with local, national and international institutions.
The consultancy services available in each faculty envisage greater opportunities
to form face to face interactions with community, firms and other sectors of society.
The Anekant Competitive Examination Center, Career Guidance Cell and
Placement Cell also play a supportive role in forming healthy interactions with
faculty and students through campus selection and placement services.
3.7.2 Provide details on MoUs/ collaborative arrangements (if any) with
institutions of National importance / other universities/ industries/
corporate (Corporate entities) etc. and how they have contributed to the
development of the institution
Faculty members are collaborative with other research institution in individual
capacity. Prin. Dr. M.M.Gandhi, Dr. B.M.Rathor, Department of Botany, Dr.
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D.V.Chandane, Department of History, Dr. Mrs M.V.Kale, Department of
Botany, Dr.S.R.Sabale, Department of Chemistry, and Dr. B.V.Tamhankar,
Department of Chemistry is associated with various research institutes.
State MoUs
•
The departments of Chemistry and Food Science have MoU with Puru
Lab,
Jaysingpur, Nikhil Analytical Research Pvt.Ltd. Sangli and
Swabhimani Agro Food Production Ltd. Jaysingpur in 2012-13.
•
Dr. Mrs. M.V.Kale has recently devised MoU with Tomke Aurvedic
Products, Nimshirgaon, Jaysingpur in 2013-14.
National
•
MoUs
The institution has signed a MoU with Himachal Pradesh University,
Shimla in 2013-14.
International MoUs
•
Dr. S. R. Sabale (Dept.of chemistry) has recently signed a MoU with
School of Life Sciences, Shanghai University, Shanghai, China for his
Post-Doctoral research IN 2012-13.
3.7.3
Give details (if any) on industry- institution- community interactions that
have contributed to the establishment /creation/up-gradation of academic
facilities, student and staff support, infrastructure facilities of the
institution, viz, laboratories/library/new technology/placement services, etc.
With constant interactions with industry- community, the institution has
contributed a great deal of establishment and up gradation of academic facilities
and excellence. The institution has made necessary changes and deployment of
required material for upgrading the same. These have been resulted in
renovation and revamp of laboratories, library, and new technology and
placement services.
Infrastructural
Since last 4 years, the institution has taken a great lead in the reformation
of the labs to meet the needs of industry- community interaction. There is
improved mode of laboratories with infrastructural development. To nourish
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community-oriented research, the institution has installed the separate research
labs for chemistry, physics, botany, zoology and geography.
Research
During the last four years, the faculties have shown a greater momentum
in research activities. The IQAC and research faculty have secured two major
research projects, 21 minor research projects and one Ph.D. under FIP. Such
development in research work is integral for industrial and community
interaction.
New technology
The institution has made advance provision in the laboratories and the
classrooms which will sustain the coordination between community and the
institution. All the laboratories are well-equipped with internet facility, wi-fi and
projectors.
Placement Services
The institution avails greater opportunities for placement services in the
institution as well as the students get placement services through other
institutions. The campus selection is organized by Wipro, Infosys, Cognizant,
Flame industry, Swabhimani industry and Satyawati chemicals. Nearly 65
students have been selected through the placement services.
3.7.4 Highlighting the names of eminent scientists/ participants who contributed to
the events, Provide details of National and International conferences
organized by the college during last four years.
For creating research culture, the institution takes initiatives by
organizing various research-oriented activities, workshops, exhibition and
conferences through which distinguished scientists, participants and resource
persons contribute their research potential for the faculty and students.
Eminent Scientists/ Participants
Sr. No. Name
1
Padmashree Dr.Shivram
Bhoje
2
Prof Subhash Behare
3
Dr. R.S.Vatkar
4
Dr. S.B.Sadale
Designation
Ex-Director,Indira Gandhi
Center for Atomic Research, Kalpakam
Dean, Dept. of Physics, Aurangabad
Shivaji University, Kolhapur
Dept. of Tchnology, Shivaji University,
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5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
Mr. Baba Sutar
Dr. J.S.Bhat
Dr. S.B.Kulkarni
Prof. S.V.Kamat
Dr. V.V.Chabukswar
Dr. R.R.Kumbhar
Dr. R.M.Pawale
Dr. U.H.Naik
Dr. V. Kandaswami
Dr. V.A.Bapat
Dr. S.R.Yadav
Dr. M.V.Madwanna
Mr. S.A.Gaikwad
Dr. Dhananjay Gunde
Dr. Sudha Kankaria
Dr. Rajmal Jain
Dr. Rizwan Pinjari
Kolhapur
Gogate-Jogalekar college, Ratnagiri.
Karnataka University, Dharwad.
Institute of Science, Mumbai
Ex-Professor, Goa University.
Nawarosjee Wadia, College, Pune.
Shahu College, Kolhapur.
Mumbai University.
Willingdon College, Sangli
Ex-Professor, Coimbatore University.
Emeritus Prof. Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Botany, Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Solapur.
Sangli.
Yogatadnya
Social worker
Physics Research Lab. Ahmadabad
MIT College, Pune
The institution has been organizing inter-university and state-level
conferences to introduce innovative ideas in research methodology. The
institution has not organized any National and International conferences in the
college in the last four years but the institution foresees such conferences in
future times.
3.7.5
How many of the linkages / collaborations have actually resulted in formal
MoUs and agreements? List out the activities and beneficiaries and cite
examples (if any) of the established linkages that enhanced and / or
facilitatea) Curriculum development / enrichment
b) Internship /on-the-job training,
c) Summer placement,
d) Faculty exchange and professional development
e) Research
f) Consultancy
g) Extension
h) Publication
i) Student placement
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j) Twining programmes
k) Introduction of new courses
l) Student exchange
m) Any other
The college has executed four MoUs with the following institutions1. Puru Lab, Jaysingpur.
2. Nikhil Analytical Research Pvt.Ltd. Sangali.
3. Swabhimani Agro Food Products Production Ltd. Jaysingpur.
4. School of Life Sciences, Shanghai University, Shanghai, China
a. Curriculum development/ enrichment
As the institution follows the guidelines and curriculum of its affiliated
university, there is no such curriculum development/ enrichment mechanism
working between the institution and the MoUs.
b. Internship/ on-the-job training
The local MoUs provide internship as well as job training for the
student-candidates. Such trained candidates get opportunities in the same MoUs.
c. Summer Placement- The institution provides summer placement with the help
of concerned faculty. It also provides summer placement to the college students
through Earn and Learn Scheme. The students are placed small scale industries,
financial intermediaries and laboratories.
d. Faculty exchange and professional development
The institution has a healthy faculty exchange with its MoUs. This
faculty exchange leads to academic improvement, soft-skills development and
research collaboration. It also enhances the competence of applied knowledge
and work of the faculty. This resulted into the professional development of
teaching faculty in their research works. Dr. Sabale S. R. is benefited with the
advanced research work in Biosensors and Applications of Nanoparticles in
Cancer Hyperthermia. Further his thesis waits for the declaration of Postdoctoral Degree by Shanghai University, Shanghai, China.
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e. Research
To carry out the research activities, the faculty members and students get
benefited by the extension research practices with the help of collaborated /
linkage institutions. The faculty teachers have a proper co-ordination with the
MoUs. They provide hiring-services to our college labs.
All the collaborations are mainly meant for research, publications and
seminars and have created a platform for the faculty for improving their
knowledge in research.
f. Consultancy
Under consultancy with the collaborated and linkage institutions, the
faculty caters the variety of needs of the linkage institutions. It provides
necessary consultancy for setting the equipments, testing the samples and
guidance for better promotion in human resource.
g. ExtensionExtension activities conducted by the college with the collaborated/
linkage have enriched the knowledge of the students and faculty members. The
research faculty gets innovative ideas for faculty development through extension
activities.
h. Publication
Publications undertaken by the faculty members in various subjects have
contributed in enhancing the knowledge and experience of the concerned. These
publications have an edge of the collaborated and linkage institutions. The gist
of reference sources for the publication is evolved through the discussion, coordination and exchange with linkage institutions.
i. Student placement- Yes
j Twinning programmes
Not applicable
K. Introduction of new courses
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•
M.Sc- Analytical Chemistry
•
B.Sc- Food Science and Quality Control.
•
Carrier Oriented Programmes-
•
Food, Water and Soil analysis.
•
Bakery and Confectionary.
3.7.6 Details on systematic efforts of the institution in planning, establishing and
implementing the initiatives of the linkages/collaborations.
The institution has been taking systematic efforts to form
linkages and collaborations with other institutions and industries through the
research activities and the need of COC courses stared in the institution. One of
the collaboration resulted into forming a formal MoU with an interbnational
institute at China. Further, there are also three more MoUs with local industries
and laboratories in Jaysingpur. Following are the names of such collaborative
institutions.
1. School of Life Sciences, Shanghai University, Shanghai, P.R. China.
2. Puru Laboratories, Jaysingpur
3. Swabhimani Agro Products and Production Company Ltd.
Jaysingpur
4. Nikhil Analytical and Research Lab, Sangli.
The institution is in the process of collaborating with more industries for
developing linkages.
Students are encouraged to take up study projects in consultation with
industries and research institutions of the surrounding areas.
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The institution has been playing its proactive role for promoting a research
culture. The faculty members are encouraged to undertake research projects. During last
five years, two Major Research Projects and 21 Minor Research Projects are approved
to the faculty members. UGC has sanctioned an amount of Rs. 48,15,900/- as research
grant for Major and Minor researches. 23 faculty members were awarded with Ph.D.
degree, 8 faculty members with M.Phil. degree and 12 faculty members NET/SET
qualified.
There are 78 papers published in National journals and 98 papers in
international journals. The college deputed Mr. Manjare S.A. to the Shivaji University,
Kolhapur to pursue Ph.D. under Faculty Development Programme in XI plan.
The college management made the budgetary provision to encourage research
activities by the faculty members. The management has provided an amount of Rs.
50,000/- as affiliation fee to Shivaji University, Kolhapur to establish Chemistry and
Physics Research Laboratories.
13 faculty members are recognized research guides for M.Phil and Ph.D and Dr.
B. V. Tamhankar has been a recognized research guide for Theory and Dissertation for
M. Sc. under affiliated university. The college executed 06 MOU’s to provide linkage
collaboration with National and International institutions.
Recently, the college has launched an exhaustive research journal, namely, “The
Research View: International Journal of Humanities, Social, Applied and Natural
Sciences [JHSANS] by the Research wing of the college, from July, 2013, being a
quarterly publication with ISSN 2321-9777.
Furthermore, the DST-FIST-1 level has allotted the amount of Rs. 99.50/- lakh
for the development of laboratories of the college. Further, IQAC provides the
consultancy services to various beneficiaries and nearly 20 consultancy services
provided to the local beneficiaries.
The college has 64 Senior Division Cadets in NCC Unit and 2 NSS Units with
200 volunteers (100 girls and 100 boys). The institution plays leading role in the
community involvement through various community-oriented programmes. The NSS
and NCC faculty in the institution steer community-oriented programmes by organizing
camps and rallies in support with local NGOs and Municipality.
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CRITERION IV:
INFRASTRUCTURE AND LEARNING RESOURCES
4.1
Physical Facilities
4.1.1 What is the policy of the institution for creation and enhancement of
infrastructure that facilitate effective teaching and learning?
The institution has formed two committees namelyi) Building Committee for UGC
ii) College Development Fund and Utilization Committee
These committees govern and review the infrastructural enhancement and proper
utilization of UGC grants. These activities are supervised by LMC of the institution.
Further, the suggestions made by IQAC and stakeholders are discussed while delivering
policy design for infrastructure and academic excellence.
4.1.2 Detail the facilities available for
a. Curricular and Co-Curricular activities – classrooms, technology enabled
learning spaces, seminar halls, tutorial spaces, laboratories, botanical garden,
Animal house, Specialized facilities and equipment for teaching , learning and
research etc.
Curricular and co-curricular activities
Sr. No.
No. of Rooms
Carpet Area
1.
Facility
Large Class Rooms
21
16520 sq. ft.
2.
Small Class Rooms
06
2100 sq. ft.
3.
Departmental Class rooms
05
1500 sq. ft.
4.
UG Laboratories
08
6104 sq. ft.
5.
PG Laboratories
02
1050 sq. ft.
6.
Research Lab
01
525 sq. ft.
4.
Computer Labs
05
2125 sq. ft.
5.
Library
01
4500 sq. ft.
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6.
Administrative Block
01
1980 sq. ft.
7.
Seminar Hall
01
2200 sq. ft.
8.
Reading Room
01
1836 Sq. ft.
9.
Utilities
06
1800sq. ft.
10
UGC resource Centre
01
150 sq. ft.
11
Day Care Centre
01
300 sq. ft.
12
IQAC/NAAC Cell
01
300 sq. ft.
13
Green House
01
375 sq. ft.
14
Botanical Garden
02
sq. ft.
a.
Extra-curricular activities – sports, outdoor and indoor
games,
gymnasium, auditorium, NSS, NCC, cultural activities, public speaking,
communication skills development, yoga, health and hygiene etc.
•
4 x 100 meter track - 01
•
Swimming Pool (under construction) - 01
•
Indoor Stadium( under construction) - 01
•
Anekant Grahak Bhandar- 01
•
Anekant Nagari Sahkari Pathsanstha, Jaysingpur- 01
•
Auditorium for conferences - 01
Extra-curricular activities
S.N.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Facility
N.S.S. Office and Store Room
N.C.C. Office and Store Room
Gymkhana Department
Gymnasium
College Canteen
Running Track
Cultural Hall (Bhirdi Sabhagrah)
Auditorium Hall
Basket-Ball Court
Yoga Hall
No. of Rooms
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Size
300 sq.ft
300 sq.ft
300 sq. ft.
1681 sq. ft.
692 sq. ft.
400mtr.
2920.45sq.mtr.
2200 sq. ft.
5423 sq. ft.
1836 sq. ft.
Health and Hygiene:
•
A Health-centre is endowed to take care of students and staff of the college.
•
General medicines are made available at the Health-centre.
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A visiting physician and a lady doctor consulted as per the need arises.
•
Set-up three lavatories for the students, one for gents-staff and two for ladies
staff and students and are maintained with continuous water supply and good
sanitary conditions.
* Master plan of institution enclosed in Annexure
4.1.3 How does the institution plan and ensure that the available infrastructure is
in line with its academic growth and is optimally utilized? Give specific
examples of the facilities developed/augmented and the amount spent during
the last four years (Enclose the Master Plan of the Institution / Campus and
indicate the existing physical infrastructure and the future planned
expansions if any)
There is complimentary ratio of increasing enrollment of the students
with the infrastructural development. Further, the institution procures the essential
infrastructural mechanism for curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular
activities in the college. There is a proper co-ordinance and communication
among the LMC members, the principal, IQAC and Building Committee for UGC
to distend the infrastructural facilities as per the needs from time to time.
The available infrastructural resource is skillfully and optimally utilized.
The infrastructure is made available for Junior college wing, senior college wing,
PG departments and vocational/remedial coaching classes. The Time-table
Committee looks after the distribution of class-rooms and classes. Further, the
infrastructure is also made available for various purposes like HSC Board Exam
Centre, Moulana Azad University Study Centre, University exams and Distance
education exams. The physical amenities of institution are prolifically used for
organizing taluka/ district level sports, exhibitions and various healthy practices
organized by NGOs.
Having proliferate science faculty has led to a number of laboratory
development in the institution. There are independent and well-resourced labs for
Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology, Botany, Zoology, Computer Science
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and Food-Science. Further, these labs are supported with Internet facility.
Recently, the institution has installed a separate research lab for chemistry
department and a UGC sponsored Resource Centre as to nurture the research
aptitude in the faculty and students.
The institution also accommodates the infrastructure for college canteen,
Anekant Vidhyarthi Sahakari Grahak Bhandar and Anekant Nagari Sahakari
Patsansta, Jaysingpur.
Disbursement for developed/augmented (Year: 2009-14)
Year
2009-10
Student
Strength
1764
Facility Provided
Class rooms
3,22,886.00
Administrative Building
91,31,899.00
M. Sc. Chemistry lab construction
13,04,314.00
Generator Shed
33,994.00
Total
Class rooms
2010-11
M. Sc. Chemistry lab construction
Total
2011-12
1797
1816
1954
8,26,053.00
47,14,629.00
18,09,775.00
9,000.00
M. Sc. Chemistry lab construction
1,23,546.00
Physics and Computer lab building
16,222.00
Class rooms
Administrative Building
M. Sc. Chemistry lab construction
Total
2013-14
42,500.00
Class rooms
Administrative Building
Total
2012-13
1,20,63,413.00
38,46,076.00
Administrative Building
1613
Amount Spent
19,58,543.00
7,57,039.00
2,07,560.00
72,682.00
10,37,281.00
Class rooms
13,43,121
Administrative Building
10,14,524
Total
23,57,645
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4.1.4 How does the institution ensure that the infrastructure facilities
meet the
requirements of students with physical disabilities?
The institution takes utmost care for physically challenged students.
• During the enrollment of physically disabled students, there classes are arranged
in first room of ground floor.
• By providing them the ramp facility and necessary assistance to attend the
classes.
• Reading section is allotted at ground floor in library and Mobile Book Service is
also provided to such students.
4.1.5 Give Details on the residential facility and various provisions available
within them:
Hostel Facility – Accommodation available. ( Girls and Boys)
•
The boys-students and girl-students have a segregate accommodation facility set up at
Boys’ Hostel and Girls’ Hostel respectively. Both hostels are provided with basic
facilities of beds, tables, chairs, potable/utility water, hot water facility and toilet
facility. Further, the hostels are well-equipped electric supply, fans and TV set. There
are two separate superintendents for boys’ and girls’ hostel. A night-watchman security
is separately provided to girls’ hostel.
•
Type
Rooms
Capacity
Toilets
Bathrooms
Boys’ Hostel
20
75
6
8
Girls’ Hostel
20
60
9
10
Superintendent (Boys)
1
2
-
-
Superintendent (Girls)
1
2
1
1
Recreational facilities, gymnasium, yoga centre, etc.
In both Boys and Girls Hostels, recreation facilities are provided with TV, DVD player,
Magazines and indoor games like chess and carom.
A well-developed gymnasium is located near the girls’ hostel.
•
Computer facility including access to internet in hostel
No such facility is provided in the hostels by the institution.
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•
Facilities for medical emergencies
The college has a Health-Centre to look after medical emergencies in the boys’ and
girls’ hostel. Further, First Aid Kits are made available in the Hostels. In case of
emergency students are taken to the PHC located at 2 kms away from hostels.
•
Library facility in the hostels
Reading rooms are provided in the hostels. Daily newspapers, Magazines, Employment
news, etc. are made available to students.
•
Internet and Wi-Fi facility
No such facility is provided in the hostels by the institution.
•
Recreational facility- common room with audio –visual equipments
In Girls Hostels, recreation facilities are provided with TV, DVD player.
•
Available residential facility for the staff and occupancy Constant Supply
of safe drinking water
Principal residence
Principal residence is also located at the adjacent of the Girls’ Hostel. It is a two BHK,
well-furnished and with all facilities.
Peon Residence
There are two separate quarters for peons near the main gate and boys’ hostel.
Water supply
•
There is a separate arrangement for utility water and safe drinking water.
•
For utility, the institution has procured a bore-well connection which has a
network throughout the college campus and laboratories.
•
There are separate municipality water-supply connections to principal residence,
girls’ hostel, boys’ hostel, peon quarters, canteen and staff-room.
•
The institution has installed water purifier systems in staff-room, near the staffroom and in girls’ hostel. In case of emergency, the institution has installed
storage tanks of 45,000 liters capacity.
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Security
•
The 25 acres area of college campus is secured by RCC compound wall.
•
At day time, there are two security guards. One at the main gate and other at
second gate. They are given rights to verify the identity cards of the students
and scrutinize the guests and parents those visit the college.
•
There are four watchmen at night-duty who are appointed at college central
building, girls’ hostel, boys’ hostel and main gates.
•
There is a separate mechanism to monitor safety, security and discipline in the
institution.
•
There are Discipline Committee and Campus Supervision Committee to look
after college discipline during college hours from 7.30 am to 5.30 pm.
4.1.6 What are the provisions made available to students and staff in terms of
health care on the campus and off the campus?
•
The college has a Health-Centre to look after medical emergencies in the
campus.
•
First Aid Kits are made available in the labs, department of Physical education,
NSS department and NCC department.
•
The institution usually organizes health check-up camps and health awareness
speeches in the institution to create health awareness among the students and
staff members.
•
In case of emergency off the campus, the students are provided with primary
health-care facilities and on the spot help is taken from the Public Health Centre
at the vicinity.
4.1.7 Give details of the Common Facilities available on the campus – spaces for
special units like IQAC, Grievance Redressal unit, Women’s cell,
counseling
and career guidance, placement unit, Health center,
canteen, recreational spaces for staff and students, safe drinking water
facility, auditorium, etc.
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IQAC
•
Internal Quality Assurance Cell is set up in the college.
Grievance Redressal unit
•
The staff and students grievances are redressed through the Grievance Redressal
Unit.
Women’s cell
•
The women cell is established under ‘Internal Complaint Committee for
Women’ which deals with the different problems of the women-staff and girlstudents.
Counseling and Career Guidance, Placement Unit
•
The institution has initiated ‘Anekant Competitive Guidance Cell’ in 2004
which runs and governs the career counseling and guidance as well as
placement services.
Health-Center
•
A separate Health-Center is available in the campus to provide health-services
to all the students and staff members.
Canteen
•
The canteen caters a wholesome and healthy food-stuff to the staff and the
students. There are separate arrangements for the staff, girl-students and boystudents.
Recreational spaces
•
For recreation activities, the institution has set up a wide variety of indoor and
outdoor sports and games.
•
The college has well-developed reading section for the teachers and students
where they enjoy leisure reading.
•
There is also a free internet access to the staff in their departments and the same
access is available for students in the library also.
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Safe drinking water facility
•
There are separate municipality water-supply connections to principal residence,
girls’ hostel, boys’ hostel, peon quarters, canteen and staff-room. Further, the
institution has installed water purifier systems in staff-room for the staff
members and near the staff-room for the students.
Auditorium
•
A conference hall (enclosed Auditorium) has been constructed to carry out
institutional activities.
•
The institution has a well-build auditorium which is an access to various college
activities, social activities and corporate activities
•
Open Auditorium is under construction near the central building having
capacity to accommodate more than 2000 students.
4.2
Library as a learning Resource
4.2.1 Does the library have an advisory committee? Specify the composition of
such a committee. What significant initiatives have been implemented by
the committee to render the library, student/ user friendly?
Yes, Library Advisory Committee exists to monitor the library affairs
and it consists of eleven members which includes teachers from junior and
senior wings. Following is the composition of the committee.
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Sr.
No
.
1.
Name
Members
Dr. S.B. Bansode
Chairman
2.
3.
Mrs.D.S.Bamane (Librarian)
Shri. R.D. Tasagaonkar
Secretary
Member
4.
5.
6.
Dr. N. P. Sawant
Dr. N. L. Kadam
Mrs. M. S. Patil
Member
Member
Member
7.
8.
Mrs. S.G. Kate
Shri. R.Y. Bulbule
Member
Member
The committee calls term-meetings at the commencement of each term
separately. It discusses the major and minor issues to improve the performance
of the library co-ordination and services. These decisions are taken and
implemented immediately to render the library student friendly. Following are
the initiatives taken by the committee.
•
The committee has taken decision to avail additional infrastructure to suit to the
increasing need of space for the existing library and the institution has provided
extra infrastructure.
•
The committee has put forth the demand list of cupboards, racks, benches and
tables to fulfill the needs of the library and the institution has provided these
facilities.
•
As per the suggestions made by faculty members, the committee has taken
initiatives to form departmental libraries in the college.
•
The resolutions are made by the UGC-Purchase Committee and Library
Advisory Committee to utilize the funds provided by UGC to purchase
reference books, journals, competitive exam books, software and educational
CDs. The committee prepares necessary budgets as per the demands from
departments and submits to college for further action.
•
Library fund is generated from the students and properly utilized for purchasing
text-books.
•
The committee has been providing a Book-bank facility to economically
backward students in the college.
•
The necessary steps are taken for technological up gradation in the library
facilities- internet access for staff and students, N-LIST programme ( e-books,
e-journals and data base ) and Online Public Access Catalogue(OPAC).
•
The committee also organizes Book-Fairs, Exhibitions, and Granth-Dindi to
promote reading-culture incorporation with leading publishers.
4.2.2 Provide details of the following:
•
Total area of the library (in sq. mts.) -418.56 sq.m
•
Total seating capacity - Reading Hall: 150 to 200 students.
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Working hours (on working days, on holidays, before examination days,
•
during examination days, during vacation)
The working hours of library are 7.30 am to 5.00 pm. There is no special
provision of schedule during examination or vacation period. The library
schedule throughout the year is the same. The library remains closed during the
holidays.
Layout of the library (individual reading carrels, lounge area for browsing
and relaxed reading, IT zone for accessing e- resources)
Sr.No.
1
4.2.3
Area (Sq. Mtr.)
102.77
Description
Stock room
2
Circulation Centre
13.05
3
Librarian Cabin and Computer Room
8.64
4
Reference Section
12.38
5
Periodical and Staff Reading Room
12.18
6
Student Reading Room
185.92
7
IT zone for accessing e- resources
39.50
8.
Information resource centre
44.12
How does the library ensure purchase and use of current titles, print and ejournals and other reading materials?
Specify the amount spent on
procuring new books, journals and e-resources during the last four years.
The UGC-Purchase Committee and Library Advisory Committee ensure
purchase and use of current titles, e-journals and other reading materials. The
process is canalized through the departmental demands and the recommendation
made by the principal as a chairman of both the committee.
Sr.
No.
1
2
3
4
Library
Holding
Text Book
Reference
books
Journals/
Periodical
Eresources
162
2010-11
No.
Value
496
38,894
2011-12
No.
Value
1379
104,068
2012-13
No.
Value
622
46,531
2013-14
No.
Value
2141
153442
1176
3,67,697
1833
62,667
920
300,251
404
136846
71
37,511
81
49,054
89
120,977
4
4400
-
-
OPAC
20,000
NLIST
5000
NLIST
5000
5
Any other
4.2.4
19 CD
-
100
CD
3 comp
88,000
3 comp
88,000
2
comp
60,000
1
Internet
2300
1
Internet
300
-
-
-
8 CD
14CD
5
Comp
2
Internet
125000
400
Provide details on the ICT and other tools deployed to provide maximum
access to the library collection?
The library shares the direct access with e-journals and e-books under N-LIST
programme of UGC-INFONET digital library consortium. Every faculty is given a
Login ID to access the N-LIST e-resources.
OPAC
Yes, Nearly 50 students login OPAC daily
Electronic Resource
Package for e-journals
management
01 ( under which more than 7000 e-journals are
available in N-LIST programme)
Federated searching tools to search
articles in multiple databases
01 (as N-LIST)
Library website
No, but the library uses the college website
www.jaysingpurcollege.in
www.jaysingpurcollege.edu
In-house/ remote
publications
access
to
e-
10 (In-house/ remote access to e-publications
under N-LIST)
Library automations
It is installed by ‘Info-savant’s
management’ local software
Total number of computers for public
access
08
Total numbers of printers/xerox for
public access
02 +01 = 03
Internet band width/speed
10mbps
Institutional Repository
01
Content management system for elearning
No
Participation in Resource sharing
networks/consortia (like Inflibnet)
N-LIST
library
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4.2.5
Provide details on the following Items:
•
Average no of walk-ins -
•
Average no of books issued / returned (per day)
400 to 500 per day.
Year
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
No. of Books
428
536
519
505
•
Ratio of library books to students enrolled
Year
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Ratio
22.09
21.60
22.22
21.73
•
Average number of books added during last three years – 2245
•
Average number of logins to OPAC
•
Average number of logins to e- resources - 2 or 3 members.
•
Average number of e- resources downloaded/ printed. – 10
•
Average number of literacy training organized - 04
•
Details of “Weeding Out” of books and other materials
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The Library Advisory Committee takes a continuous survey of the material at
disposal in the library. After the observation of committee, the damaged books,
books ruined by termites, out-dated editions are weeded out from the stock. In
case of defaulters, the committee has taken a strict action to pay the penalty of
three times of the book price which is paid on the college account by the
defaulters.
•
Give details of the specialized services provided by the library Manuscripts
No
Reference
The Library has a separate Reference Section with rich collection of journals,
magazines, Dictionaries, Directories, encyclopedias, thesaurus and Year Books.
Reprography
Reprography service (Photo copy) is provided by the library.
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IIL (Inter Library Loan Service)
The library provides Inter Library Loan Service as per the demand.
Further, this service is provided on certain terms and conditions laid down by
the Library Advisory Committee
Information deployment and notification
The notifications and the information about job opportunities, Higher
Education admission, professional education institute admission, entrance/
competitive examinations and the notifications current issues are communicated
to the students through the notice boards located at the library and near the main
office.
Download
Yes, the library provides download service for staff and the students at
free of cost as per their demand. A separate entry register is maintained to
enumerate the students and faculty utilizing these facilities.
Printing
The institution does not have its own printing facility. So it avails all the
printing material from a private printing press namely
•
S K Printing Press, Jaysingpur
•
Sidhivinayak Offsets, Jaysingpur
•
Tejas Printing Press, Kolhapur.
Reading list/ Bibliography compilation
•
Card-catalogue system for compiling the reading list/bibliography.
•
OPAC for compiling reading list/bibliography.
In-house / remote access to e-resources
•
The library has a registration in N-LIST programme of UGC-INFONET digital
library consortium for e-resources of journals and publications.
•
Every faculty is given a Login ID to access the N-LIST e-resources. The eresources are provided to faculty at free of cost.
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User Orientation and awareness
The teaching and non-teaching faculty participated in ICT training
program held at Shimala, organized by the joint endeavor of Jaysingpur
College, Jaysingpur and HP University, Himachal Pradesh.
Assistance in searching Database
The librarian as well as the Library staff is dexterous in use of
information technology. They provide very access to the students in searching
the necessary database.
•
INFLIBNET / IUC facilities
The library has been registered for N-LIST programme under
INFLIBNET. The e-resources are generated through N-LIST programme and
the teaching faculty gets benefit from the e-resources.
4.2.7 Enumerate on the support provided by the Library staff to the students and
teachers of the college.
•
Circulation of daily newspapers for the staff-room, principal cabin and students.
•
Display of latest journals, magazines, periodicals and new publications in the
glass board.
•
Provide help to access catalogue, OPAC and trace the books.
•
Provide special mobile service to the physically challenged students.
•
Monitor the discipline and the services in the library.
•
Communicate promptly to the staff about new arrivals.
4.2.8 What are the special facilities offered by the library to the visually /
physically challenged persons? Give details
The Book-bank and the Mobile-Service is made available to impart the
library resources to physically challenged students. The library has not rendered
any special facility for visually deficient students. The institution is install ramp
system for physically challenged students.
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4.2.9
Does the library get the feedback from its users? If, yes, how it is analyzed
and used for improving the library services. (What strategies are deployed
by the
library to collect feedback from users? How is the feedback
analyzed and used for further improvement of the library services?)
Yes, the teaching faculty and the students feedbacks are collected
through the Suggestion Box installed in the library. Further, the Library
Advisory Committee sporadically assesses the feedbacks collected from the
Suggestion Box and the issues and the valuable suggestions are considered to
make necessary amendment in the library facilities.
4.3 IT Infrastructure
4.3.1 Give details on the computing facility available (hardware and software) at
the institution.
Number of computer with configuration (Provide actual number with exact
configuration of each available system)
The institution has 135 Computers with configuration.
Sr. No.
Qty.
01
50
02
49
03
36
Hardware details
Software detail
Lenovo M72 Desktop PCDual Core 2nd Gn.
Zenith Desktop PC-Dual Core
2.00GHz CPU
HP Desktop 3090 series-Dual
Core 2.7 GHz CPU
Windows XP OS, MS-OfficeEducational copies. Tally
Windows XP OS, MS-OfficeEducational copies
Windows XP OS, MS-OfficeEducational copies
Computer student ratios:
UG =1:19
PG = 1:10
Stand alone facility: Each and every department is equipped with stand alone
system.
LAN facility: All computer system are connected through optic fiber cable
(OFC) for better performance and internal systems are connected using
10/100/1000 Mbps LAN
Licensed S/w: Windows XP and Tally
Number of node / Computers with internet facility:
There
are
135
computers installed in our institution and nearly 110 computers have internet
connection.
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Any other
The institution has also introduced UGC sponsored Resource Centre with
upgraded computing system supported with three computers, internet
connection and LCD Projector.
•
Five LCD Projectors, Ten- Laptops
•
Thirty one new computers will be installed in the next year to improve
technological status.
4.3.2
Details on the computer and internet facility made available to the faculty
and students on the campus and off campus?
The institution leads to greater efforts to bring IT based infrastructural facility in
the college
•
Introduced IT based courses in COC
•
Received UGC sponsored Resource Centre
•
Started vocational courses like BBA, BCA and BCS
•
Automation of Library
•
MKCL process for admission, scholarships and evaluation
•
set-up a separate advance Computer
•
LAN facility is also installed providing internet access to nearly 110 computers
•
Purchased 10 Laptops and 05 LCD projectors
•
Wi-Fi access to staff and students
•
Information Resource Centre ( Library)
4.3.3
What are the institutional plans and strategies for deploying and
upgrading the IT infrastructure and associated facilities?
•
The institution has proper plans and strategies to deploy and upgrade IT
infrastructure and associated facilities from time to time.
•
Old computer systems are upgraded with new configuration and latest version
operating systems are installed regularly.
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•
The institution initially prepares the budget required for upgrading IT facilities.
•
The budget provision is made through UGC and LMC funding.
•
IT infrastructure needs are fulfilled as per the strength of the students and the
changes made in IT syllabus.
•
LAN service provides fast and advanced data collection to number of computers
at departments and library to browse and download study material and research
publications.
4.3.4
Provide details on the provision made in the annual budget for
procurement,
up gradation,
deployment
and
maintenance
of
the
computers and their accessories in the institution (year wise for last four
years)
The Purchase Committee for UGC and the College Development Fund
Utilization Committee hold periodic meetings to take a review of existing IT
infrastructure facilities and make provision for the necessary new development
in upgrading and maintaining the IT resource- equipments. Following is the
budget provision made during the last four years.
4.3.5
Sr. No.
Year
Budget Allotted
1
2010-11
89,013.00
2
2011-12
1,00,883.00
3
2012-13
2,04,763.00
4
2013-14
3,30,000.00
How does the Institution facilitate extensive use of ICT resources
including development and use of computer aided teaching/ learning
materials by its staff and students?
•
The entire college infrastructure is supported with ICT based facilities and the
institution plays leading role to avail every opportunity to the faculty and
student to stimulate IT based teaching-learning.
•
All the teaching staff members are encouraged to adopt ICT biased teaching in
the classes.
•
The teaching as well as non-teaching faculty is dexterous to utilize their ICT
skill at optimum level in teaching and administration respectively.
•
E-class room with all the requisite ICT facility is made available to conduct
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guest lectures, workshops, faculty development programmes and seminars.
•
Nearly 5 LCD projectors are set up in BPO, Resource Centre, Chemistry,
Principal cabin and IQAC to promote ICT based teaching-learning.
•
Science faculty conducts virtual classes with the help of LCD projectors and
demonstrates the practical with the help of slide projectors.
•
The faculty of Commerce, Food Science, Geography, Chemistry, BPO,
Resource Centre and administrative staff has been provided with laptop facility
which is used to collect the information regarding projects, references, research
data and administrative work.
•
Students have free access to browse on the websites and are motivated to
prepare and present PPTs during student seminars and science exhibition.
4.3.6 Elaborate giving suitable examples on how the learning activities and
technologies deployed (access to on-line teaching – learning resources,
independent learning, ICT enabled classrooms/ learning spaces etc.) by the
Institution place at the center of teaching-learning process and render the
role of a facilitator for the teacher.
The institution has fore-vision to introduce various ICT based courses in the last
five years. As a result there are a number of UGC sponsored and vocational
courses running in the institution. These courses are run in a specialized and
well-equipped infrastructure. e. g. Resource Centre, M. Sc. Research lab,
Computer labs for BBA, BCA, BCS, BPO and department labs. There is LAN
connectivity available to nearly 110 computers installed at labs, library and
administrative office.
•
These resources are accessible to faculty and students for independent learning.
•
The teachers facilitate the student with essential IT based learning resources
which they independently use to collect information for the academic and
research activities.
•
The maximum departments are covered with ICT learning resources which
students use to prepare and present their study material to concern faculty and
students. In computer labs, the students handle the computer on their own and
prepare the study and reference material as per their needs.
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•
E-class-room with all the required ICT accessories, LCD and slide projectors
are made available to the staff and students.
•
Unlimited and free internet access and downloading of contents is available to
the students to develop independent learning.
4.3.7 Does the institution avail of the national knowledge Network Connectivity
directly or through the affiliation university? If so, what are the services
availed of?
•
The institution is connected NKNC through N-LIST and INFLIBNET
•
MKCL is adopted for network connectivity in admission, scholarship, online
exam forms and results.
•
The institution is affiliated to Shivaji University, Kolhapur. Through affiliated
university the college is connected with National Mission on Education through
ICT (NMEICT) under National Knowledge Network (NKN) connectivity.
4.4
Maintenance of campus Facilities
4.4.1. How does the institution ensure optimal allocation and utilization of the
available financial resources for maintenance and upkeep of the following facilities
(Substantiate your statements by providing details of budget allocated during last
four years)?
The institution has AMC working to provide services and maintenance support to
IT infrastructure and facilities.
S.N.
Item
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
1
Building
47,94,716
32,13,566
23,94,077
2
Furniture
30,000
40,000
40,000
50,000
3
Equipment
25,000
30,000
40,000
55,000
4
Computers
30,000
40,000
45,000
60,000
1,03,365
1,26,237
1,42,060
3,10,000
Electric fixtures
10,000
15,000
10,000
20,000
Dead stock
98,400
39,062
1,18,309
4,50,000
-
-
-
-
50,91,481
35,03,865
27,89,446
41,13,177
Books
5
6
Vehicles
Total
35,73,177
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4.4.2 What are the institutional mechanisms for maintenance and upkeep of
infrastructure, facilities and equipment of the college?
Infrastructure maintenance
•
The College Building Committee takes the decisions for up keeping and
maintaining the infrastructure. At the end of each academic year, this committee
surveys the need of maintenance of infrastructure and puts its recommendations
to the principal.
•
The LMC makes budget provision for infrastructural maintenance from LMC
funding at the end of the academic year.
•
The maintenance work is carried out during the long vacation period.
•
The infrastructural maintenance is assigned to Khade Associates, Jaysingpur.
Following committees working in college take pains-tricking efforts in development
and beautification of the college campus.
•
College Development and Campus Beautification Committee
•
Botanical Garden and Medicinal Plants Committee
•
Nature Club Committee
•
N. S. S.
Facilities
•
There are various committees like General Staff Common Room Management
Committee, Class-Room management Committee and Overall Management
Committee.
•
These committees give suggestions for class-room, staff-room, and ladies room
maintenance.
•
Daily maintenance is carried out by the non-teaching and daily wages staff
under the supervision of Office-Superintendent.
Computer maintenance
•
A freelance service is availed from Unique Computer and Vision Computer,
Jaysingpur.
Laboratory facilities
•
The department heads communicate the essential facilities required to
laboratory.
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•
The fire-extinguisher is installed at chemistry department.
Library facilities
•
The library staff headed by the Librarian survey the library facilities.
•
The book cupboards and racks are prevented by applying termicides and
insecticides.
•
The fire-extinguisher is installed at library.
The furniture work, electrification, plumbing and toilet are maintained
by appointing a special staff which restores these facilities. The gardener and
daily wages are appointed to keep the campus clean and green. Maintenance of
water coolers and aqua-guards is carried out regularly.
4.4.3 How and with what frequency does the institute take up calibration and
other precision measures for the equipment/instruments?
•
There is a routine calibration of instruments at the commencement a new
academic year.
•
The departments take meticulous efforts in the calibration of instruments as per
the calibration period of each instrument.
•
The concern faculty with lab attendants undergoes a periodic calibration of
instruments which are profusely used.
•
The instruments which are occasionally used, they are recalibrated before their
use.
•
The new instruments are installed by technicians of concerned companies and
guidelines of manufacturer are followed.
•
As per requirement, the consultancy service is made available from the
authorized lab-technicians for new equipments.
4.4.4 What are the major steps taken for location, upkeep and maintenance of
sensitive equipment (voltage fluctuations, constant supply of water etc.)?
The institution labs are well-equipped with sensitive equipments and
instruments which are installed at proper places. The department take utmost
care in maintain and use of these equipments. Following are the measures taken
to upkeep and maintain these sensitive equipments.
•
Regular and routine clean-up and calibration.
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•
Installation of UPS, Stabilizer and anti-virus as the requirement of instruments.
•
Provision of proper earthling connectivity to sensitive instruments.
•
Installation of exhaust fans to stabilize room temperature.
•
Precaution to maintain Coolant oil level in the generator.
•
Periodic check-up of invertors’ batteries.
•
Installation of fire-extinguisher
UPS System
Sr.No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
UPS Capacity
Mahindra Diesel generator 25 KVA
Department /Room
All Classrooms and Departments
2.5 KVA
3 KVA
3 KVA
6 KVA
3 KVA
1.5 KVA
Principal cabin
Office
Library
Computer Lab
Girls’ hostel
Principal Bungalow
Any other relevant information regarding Infrastructure and Learning Resources
which the college would like to include
•
A separate parking zone for vehicle
•
The college has two regular xerox machines and one jumbo-xerox machine.
•
Seven photocopy scanner available in the institution.
•
Printers for each department, two colour printers and two jumbo printers.
•
Fax facility available.
•
The college has installed a biometric time attendance machine with licensed
software.
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY:
The college has a well-equipped campus spread across an area of 25 acres and is
secured by RCC wall compound.
There is separate infrastructure facility made
available for academic, sports and accommodation. IQAC convenes a meeting with
staff council at the end of the every academic year to identify the infrastructure
requirements and other facilities for the next academic year. The decisions are
communicated to the Local Committee and Governing Body to obtain the final
approval. The available infrastructure is effectively used for various curricular, cocurricular and extracurricular activities. Further, the infrastructure is made available for
social welfare programme and rented to various local organizations. Infrastructure
facility is utilised to carry out research works and produce research papers in the
reputed journals. The faculties are engaged in exploring the various projects funded by
UGC and DST. For physically disabled students, ramps are available and their seats are
allotted in the ground floor during examination. Health Care Centre is available for the
students and faculty. All general medicines are available and visiting physician is
consulted as per the need. Anekant Vidhyarthi Sahakari Grahak Bhandar Limited
provides consumer-oriented services to the student and staff members. Further, Anekant
Nagari Path Sanstha, Canteen and gymnasium incur e-source for the institution. A
technological move is given through the establishment of a computer lab and a resource
centre. These to provide ICT based opportunity in teaching, learning and research
programmes. During last five years, there is steady rise in the infrastructural expansion
used for academics, accommodations, sports and basic facilities. The college library
undergoes a constant improvement as 3429 text books, 5207 reference books and 433
journal added. N-LIST and OPAC services are also restored in the library. Library
automation is in progress. The LMC has appointed well-trend workforce to maintain
the infrastructure.
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CRITERION V:
STUDENT SUPPORT AND PROGRESSION
5.1
Student Mentoring and Support
5.1.1
Does the institution publish its updated prospectus/handbook annually? If
‘yes’, what is the information provided to students through these
documents and how does the institution ensure its commitment and
accountability?
Yes, our institute publishes prospectus annually to provide the following
information to the students.
• Vision, Goals and Mission of the college
• College profile
• List of various academic committees
• Rules of admission process
• Admission form
• Rules of attendance, Ragging and Discipline in the campus
• Courses offered and fee structures for UG and PG
• List of Career Oriented Programmes
• Other facilities such as Library, N.C.C., N.S.S., Gymkhana, Computers and
guidance for competitive exams
• Courses under Adult and Distance Education
• Different scholarships and freeships
• List of faculty as well as non-teaching members
In addition to this, the oral and written notices are communicated time to
time. Announcements, alerts, time-tables, class-room allotments and list of
class-teachers and various academic committee members is displayed on notice
boards by the concerned academic advisor throughout the year. The institute
maintains full transparency in the admission process by displaying the merit-list
and other information on notice board. The institute ensures its commitment and
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accountability by organizing meetings and seeking reports from respective
committees after certain interval.
5.1.2
Specify the type, number and amount of institutional scholarships /
freeships given to the students during the last four years and whether the
financial aid was available and disbursed on time?
The State Government is providing scholarship and fee reimbursement to
all SC, ST, OBC and minority students. The economically backward students
whose parent’s annual income is below 1 lakh are also getting the freeships/scholarships from Government of Maharashtra. However the college
provides necessary information and helps to the students to get various
scholarships and fellowships from government, N.G.Os, charitable trusts and
associations. These scholarships and free-ships are disbursed during the same
academic year. Following type of scholarships are provided in the institute.
Grantable Courses
S. N.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Particulars
P.T.C.
S.S.T.
Ex-Soldier
E.B.C.
S.C.
N.T.
S.B.C.
O.B.C.
S.C. Freeship
N.T. Freeship
S.B.C. Freeship
O.B.C. Freeship
Total
Percentage
2011-12
10
10
04
533
182
99
18
115
29
13
07
14
1034
72%
2012-13
09
11
03
268
172
89
18
122
09
05
09
07
722
51.27%
2013-14
07
08
04
251
165
86
17
110
28
07
09
10
702
51.20%
2014-15
11
08
05
248
182
110
13
121
09
05
05
05
752
57.14%
Non-Grantable Courses (B.B.A., B.C.A., B.C.S., M.Sc., M.A., and M. Com.)
S. N.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Particulars
P.T.C.
S.S.T.
Ex-Soldier
E.B.C.
S.C.
N.T.
2011-12
01
01
00
05
43
30
2012-13
00
00
00
00
41
14
2013-14
01
00
00
06
53
21
2014-15
00
00
00
08
54
21
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7
8
9
10
11
12
S.B.C.
O.B.C.
S.C. Freeship
N.T. Freeship
S.B.C. Freeship
O.B.C. Freeship
Total
Percentage
16
40
01
04
02
07
150
35.29%
07
23
00
03
0
02
90
23.93%
03
14
09
02
00
01
110
23.96%
00
28
00
00
00
00
111
29.2%
Handicap Scholarship
Year
Particulars
Total
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
05
04
04
05
05
02
Other
Particulars
Year
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
State level
05
04
03
01
51
-
Central sector
-
-
03
01
07
20
Jain-Central
-
-
-
-
-
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Central Government Scholarship:
•
DST Inspire scholarship: Miss Nilam Bhosale
Scholarships from trusts and agencies
•
B. N. Kulkarni Charitable trust Sangli: Shri. Tejas Shinge
•
Malhotra Weikfield Foudation Pune: Miss Trupti Chudmunge
•
Jindal foundation scholarship: Miss Sarika Chougule, Miss Sandhyarani
Jagadale, Miss Bhagyashri Chougule and Miss Pooja Patil
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5.1.3
What percentage of students receives financial assistance from state
government, central government and other national agencies?
Particulars
Percentage of students getting financial assistance (%)
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
UG level
86.98
86.01
72.00
51.27
51.20
57.14
PG level
38.36
35.42
35.29
35.0
23.96
29.28
5.1.4
What are the specific support services/facilities available for
Students from SC/ST,OBC and economically weaker sections
•
Specific support services/facilities are available for the benefit of
SC/ST/OBC and economically weaker sections
•
Scholarships SC, ST and OBC categories.
•
Reservation in admissions (50% reservation for SC/ST/OBC and special
backward class)
•
Freeship/Discount in fees
•
Remedial coaching classes are conducted
•
From the year 2008-09 institute have formed Maitry Sangh and Social
Welfare Unit which include one nodal officer, five members and 20 student
members. It is working for the purpose of SC, ST, OBC, and other backward
categories for admission in college, to introduce various opportunities and
facilities to these category students and to ensure the admissions as per the
reservation quota.
•
About 25 students have been given the stipend of Rs. 500/- per month from
UGC grant under the UGC Merge Scheme and Maitri Scheme.
•
This institution is unique to allow the students from SC, ST, OBC, NT
category to take admission in Rs. 20 only. The rest admission fee of such
students is reimbursed from the government grants by the social welfare
department in the next year.
•
This is pertinent and relevant to mention that the institution is pioneering and
leading to render such facility to the weaker section of society.
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Students with physical disabilities
•
There is a special provision for admission of physically disabled students.
•
3% seats are reserved for physically challenged students at only passing grade.
•
Special scholarship is offered from State and Central Government for physically
challenged.
Overseas students
No overseas student has been enrolled in our institution.
Students to participate in various competitions/National and International
Financial assistance is made available to the students who participate in
Cultural Activities, Games and Sports, Republic Day Parades, National
Integration camps, N.S.S. Camps and Adventure Camps, Seminars and Avishkar
Presentations. Further, the concerned teachers escort them.
Medical assistance to students: health centre, health insurance etc
•
The institution has Health Center to restore the health services.
•
First-Aid facilities are available in the department of Chemistry and Physical
Education.
•
Medical check-up camps are organized every year at college and in the NSS
and NCC camps.
•
Health insurance of Rs. 15 for each student is being drawn per year during
the admission.
Organizing coaching classes for competitive exams
•
Anekant Competitive Examination Center in the institution conducts
guidance and counseling classes for various competitive examinations such
as M.P.S.C., U.P.S.C., State services and banking services, SET and NET.
•
Coaching classes are conducted and study material is provided for the
students appearing for entrance examination of PG courses, B.Ed., M.B.A.,
and M.C.A. through Career Guidance Cell of the institution.
Skill development (spoken English, computer literacy, etc.,)
•
The institution has started many career oriented courses and vocational
courses under U.G.C. and Shivaji University respectively.
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•
These courses avail the opportunities to the students for the skill
development in computer competency and spoken English.
•
The department of computer science offers training in computer literacy
under the courses like BBA, BCA, BCS and a Certificate Course in
Information and Computer Application. Nearly, 30 students are enrolled
every year.
•
Certificate Course in ‘Proficiency in English for Communication’ provides
lingual competency to the students.
•
The institution has introduced ‘Business Process Outsourcing’ to develop
corporate culture and entrepreneurship in the students
•
Support for “slow learners”
•
Remedial coaching classes are conducted under the UGC scheme of
Remedial Coaching Programme.
•
Teachers also provide assistance to slow learners in available time in the
departments and they also take extra classes as per the requirement of the
students.
Exposures
of
students
to
other
institution
of
higher
learning/corporate/business house
Educational tours are arranged regularly by the departments to give
exposure to the students to the higher learning institutions such as Shivaji
University Kolhapur, Sugar Industry, Food Industry and Pharmaceutical
Industries etc. Further, to introduce the students with corporate culture, the
department of commerce organizes departmental visits to the concerned
industries. Research scholars of the institution remain in touch with universities
and other research institutions.
Publication of student magazines
The institution has been publishing College Annual Magazine
“JAYDEEP” every year. Students are encouraged to contribute articles on
various topics viz. literature, science articles, essays, poems and good thoughts
in Marathi, Hindi and English. Further, Wall Paper Presentation provides a
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platform to the students to stimulate their thought process and imagination and
makes them aware of their freedom to write.
5.1.5
Describe the efforts made by the institution to facilitate entrepreneurial
skills, among the students and the impact of the efforts.
Under UGC Career Oriented Program the following courses are started
•
Certificate Course in Communication Skills in English (2008-09 onwards)
•
Certificate Course in Soil, Water and Food Analysis (2009-10 onwards)
•
Certificate Course in Information and Computer Applications (2011-12
onwards)
•
Certificate Course in Bakery and Confectionary (2012-13 onwards)
•
Certificate Course in Business Processes Outsourcing (2012-13 onwards)
•
Certificate Course in Personality Development (2014-15 onwards)
•
Certificate Course in Plant Tissue Culture (2014-15 onwards)
•
Certificate Course in Television and Video Production (2014-15 onwards)
Non-Grant Courses
•
Under vocational courses the institution has been running BBA, BCA and
BCS courses.
The courses like Certificate Course in Balwadi Training and Certificate
Course in Rural Journalism facilitate skill of entrepreneurship in the
students.
Number of impact to provide entrepreneurship by the college = 15
Mr. Goutam Zele
Agency (Marketing of 5companies)
Suryajit Desai
Stone Crusher
Ashish Yadwade
Cosmetics shop
Amit Majalekar
Stationary Shop
Sumit Patil
Electronics and Electrical shop
Sohail Mujawar
Construction supervisor
Swapnil Nandrekar
Glossary Shop
Swapnil Ingale
Tobacco Products
Adinath Naik
General Stores
Nitin Magadum
Fast Food Center
Shrikant Upaddhye
Ice cream parlor
Abhijit Bhandigire
Rohini Chemicals and Laboratories
Sachin Sarada
Food Industry
Ranjeet Madnaik
General Manager, Ghodawat Industry
Mahesh Arade
Chief Lab Chemist, Gurudatta Sugar Industries
•
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5.1.6 Enumerate the policies and strategies of the institution which promote
participation of students in extracurricular and co-curricular activities such
as sports, games, Quiz competitions, debate and discussions, cultural
activities etc.
We encourage our students to participate in extracurricular and cocurricular activities such as sports, games, quiz competitions, debate and
discussions and cultural activities etc.
additional academic support, flexibility in examinations
The institution visualizes its goal to develop all-round personality of the
students through extracurricular and co-curricular activities. The students are
motivated to participate the various co-curricular and extracurricular under N.S.S.,
N.C.C., sports and games, literary and cultural activities. Following policies and
strategies are implemented for effective extracurricular and co-curricular
activities.
•
All the information is included in the institute prospectus and institution
website.
•
Hon. Principal introduces all such information in his speech (Abhibhashan) at
the beginning of academic year.
•
Conducting introductory programmes about the facilities available in the
institution.
•
Explaining the students about the reservations available in higher education
and job opportunities for NSS, NCC and Sports students.
•
Conducting extension lectures by inviting the eminent personalities to inspire
and develop leadership qualities.
•
Imparting training to participate in inter collegiate, zonal and inter-zonal
competitions.
•
Awarding cash awards, prizes and certificates of merit to the winners.
•
Publishing the photos of winners, achievers and teams in institution magazines
and local news papers.
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•
Flexibility in the examination is given by adding extra 10 marks in annual
exams for NSS and sports students as per rules and regulations of Shivaji
University, Kolhapur.
•
By providing extra lectures and practical’s to complete their loss in academic
syllabus during participation in various activities.
Co-curricular activities
•
The faculty regularly organizes seminars, debates and group discussions.
•
The teachers motivate and facilitate students for the preparation of project
works as a part of curricular activity.
•
The students present individual as well as group models, posters and
presentations during the Annual Educational Exhibition.
•
The departments organize study tours, field works and industrial trainings to
the students
Extracurricular activities
•
108 cadets for N.C.C. and 200 volunteers for N.S.S. are selected.
•
Senior and Junior Physical Education department send the students for various
zonal, inter-zonal, state and national level competitions.
•
The students participate in cultural activities in the college and out side the
college.
*
Special dietary requirements, sports uniform and materials
The students participating in sports, games, N.S.S. and N.C.C. are given
sports-kits, uniforms, allowances for diet, travelling allowances, incentives and
prizes.
*
Any other
•
The College Cultural Activities and Youth Festival Committee organize
various competitions to select the students to participate in University, State
and National level competitions.
•
The skilled artists, musicians, choreographer and dreppary are invited to
train the students for better performances in the college gathering and youth
festival.
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•
TA/DA is allotted to the participated students and the faculty for
participating out door cultural competitions.
5.1.7
Enumerating on the support and guidance provided to the students in
preparing for the competitive exams, give details on the number of students
appeared and qualified in various competitive exams such as UGC-CSIR,
NET, UGC-NET, SLET, ATE / CAT / GRE / TOFEL / GMAT / Central
/State services, Defense, Civil Services, etc.
•
The institution offers career guidance and personal counseling through
Anekant Competitive Examination Center and Career Guidance Cell
established in the institution and minutes of all the activities are maintained
in the cell.
•
The cell guides and offers directions to the students regarding the details of
entrance examinations to pursue higher education and job opportunities.
Further, it provides the necessary information about interviews skills.
•
From the year 2011-12 the institution has established Anekant Competitive
Examination Center with joint efforts by District Collector and Joint
Director, Higher Education, Kolhapur.
•
The objectives of this center are to guide the students appearing for the
different competitive examinations, to organize quiz competitions, debates
and group discussions.
•
The institution has purchased books worth of Rs. 55,486/- for the students
attempting for competitive.
•
The institute has also established the center for NET, SET, UGC-CSIR,
SLET coaching for the students to get the job opportunities in the
lectureship. Some of our departments organize individual as well as
departmental guidance to help the students for getting job opportunities in
various pharmaceutical industries, chemical industries, food industries,
agricultural and corporate sectors.
•
The institute is also providing the guidance and material to the students for
appearing P.G. common entrance examinations of various universities.
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•
Department of Physical Education and N.C.C. are providing training to the
students for facing physical tests in Public Service Commissions and other
competitive examinations. Following students have shown their excellent
performance in various competitive exams and selected for following posts
or faculty.
Name
Mr. Amol Jadhav
Mr. Rajkumar Pandav
Miss Trusha Phule
Mr. Keshav Pakhare
Mr. Raju Shinde
Mr. Akshay Tikhane
Mr. Pramod Patil
Mr. Ayub Sayyad
Mr. Ajinkya Patil
Mr. Vinayak Yadav
Mr. Rajat Kambale
Miss Yashashri Jadhav
5.1.8
Particular
NET (Chemistry)
NET (Chemistry)
NET, JRF (Chemistry)
SET (Chemistry)
SET (Economics)
PSI
Maharashtra Police
Maharashtra Police
Indian Navy
Indian Army
Reporter, Lokmat
Reporter, Mahan Karya
What type of counseling services are made available to the students
(academic, personal, career, psycho-social etc.)
•
Counseling regarding selection course, selection of career, preparation of
examination, academic achievements and their personal problems
•
Some of our departments invite ex-students doing post graduate courses and
research to interact with final year students
•
Our teachers personally advice and counsel to the students in their subjects
for choosing the subject for higher education, scholarships, research,
preparation of interviews and examinations and job opportunities in various
fields.
•
Ladies welfare cell provide counseling to the girl students for career and
help to solve their problems.
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5.1.9
Does the institution have a structured mechanism for career guidance and
placement of its students? If ‘yes’, detail on the services provided to help
students identify job opportunities and prepare themselves for interview
and the percentage of students selected during campus interviews by
different employers (list the employers and the programmes).
Yes, institution has established the Anekant Competitive Examination
Center, Career Guidance Cell and Placement Cell to provide the information
about competitive exam programmes, guidance, career counseling and
placement services.
These departments notify and circulate the advertisements and job
notifications in the cell notice board. Further, the library department furnishes
employment news related information in the library as well as the jumbo notice
board displayed near the administrative office.
Following campus placement services are rendered by the placement cell
•
In the year 2009-10, the institution organized campus selection in
collaboration with Flame industry, L.K. Akiwate Indusrtial Estate,
Jaysingpur. More than 30 students appeared for campus interview and 10
were selected for the posts of supervisor and chemist.
•
In the year 2010-11 Campus interview was organized for B.C.S. III students
in collaboration with Wipro, Infosys, Cognizant. The list of selected
candidates is as follows
•
Shri. Ganesh Yadav
: Wipro
•
Shri. Deepak Ingale
: Infosys
•
Shri. Sushant Patil
•
20 students were selected in Influence Solution Company in 2011-12. The
: Cognizant
salary package of Rs. 1.3 Lakh was offered to them.
•
In the Year 2012-13 following placements were rendered
Mr. Arun Kumbhar
: Symbiosis Pharma Ltd., Kupwad MIDC, Sangali
Mr. Borate
: Arati Drugs, Tarapur Mimbai
Krushal
Mr. Sandip Gurav
: Arati Drugs, Tarapur Mimbai
Mr. Rajendra Jadhav
: Swabhimani Dudha Sangh, Jaysingpur
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•
•
Miss Shaikh Ramiza
: Chate Coaching Classes, Miraj
Miss hingmire Vandana
: Chate Coaching Classes, Sangli
Mr. Abhijeet Patil
: Ganesh Backery Nandani
Miss Deepali Suryavanshi
: Ganesh Backery Nandani
In the year 2013-14 following placements were rendered
Mr. Balaram Thorat
: Cencokey Organy India PVT LTD
Mr. Vishwajeet Patil
: Cencokey Organy India PVT LTD
Mr. Sunil Aldar
: Hindustan Laboratories PVT LTD, Thane
Mr. Ashok Khawanewadkar
: Microlab LTD Goa
Mr. Krushal Borate
: Cipla Pharmaceuticals, Kurkum
Mr. Vijay Godase
: Cipla Pharmaceuticals, Goa
Mr. Gajanan Parpolkar
: Indoco Remedies Goa
Students of Food Science department have been selected for processing and lab
testing in Swabhimani Food and Agro Products LTD Udagaon.
5.1.10 Does the institution have a student grievance redressal cell? If yes, list (if
any) the grievances reported and redressed during the last four years.
Yes, the institution has established the Student Grievance Redressal Cell
to collect and review the students’ grievances. Following is the structure of the
cell.
Principal (Ex-Officio)
Faculty in-charge
Supervisors
Dr. S.B. Bansode
Dr. R. D. Mane
Shri S. B. Patil
Shri S. D. Kadam
Shri S. A. Chavare
The student grievances are collected through suggestion boxes located at
principal cabin and library. The grievances collected through the suggestion
box or orally, are redressed periodically by the committee.
Grievances redressed during last 4 years
•
The suggestion regarding improvement in MKCL, scholarships and exam
forms were punctually redressed by the committee.
•
As per the demand of B.Sc. III students the old black boards in the
classroom were replaced by new glass boards within one month.
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•
The institution has provided potable water by installing mineral water plant.
•
The institution has availed generator facility to avoid frequent power failures
during practical classes.
•
The institution has made available separate internet facilities, L.C.D.
projector, laptop and classroom for M.Sc. Chemistry students.
•
The institution has made efforts to increase frequency of the transport
facilities to the students by approaching the transport authorities (MSRTC).
•
As per the demand from the girl students, the ladies room has been extended
and renovated.
•
Hot water facilities are installed in the Boys’ and Girls’ hostel.
•
As per the demands of the students, new lavatory and toilet facility is
constructed.
•
Direct access in the library is provided to the M.Sc. students.
•
The Wi-Fi facility has been started to the students. As per the demand of
psychology, political science and geography students, separate departments
are allotted to them.
•
A separate xerox machine is installed in library department after the
suggestions from the UG and PG students.
•
Cleanliness complaints are redressed and proper cleanliness maintained in
the classes and premises.
5.1.11 What are the institutional provisions for resolving issues pertaining to
sexual harassment?
To resolve the issues pertaining to sexual harassment, the
institution has established an Anti Sexual Harassment Cell.
The
members of this cell are as follows
Dr. Mrs. M. V. Kale (Convenor)
Dr. Mrs. P.B. Patil
Mrs. V. V. Chougaule
Shri A. B. Kamble
Dr Mrs. V. A. Mankapure
Dr. N.P. Sawant
Mrs. S. G. Kate
Mrs. A. A. Patil
During the admission process, the discipline committee instructs
the students about their misbehavior regarding sexual harassment of girl
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students in the college premises. The suggestion box is made available to
the girl students for their complaints against sexual harassments. The
Hon. Principal, the staff council and L. M. C. members also take equal
responsibilities in the prevention of sexual harassments of girl students.
5.1.12 Is there an anti-ragging committee? How many instances (if any) have been
reported during the last four years and what action has been taken on
these?
Yes, the institution has established the following committees to prevent
the instances of ragging.
•
Anti Ragging Committee
•
Anti Ragging Cell
•
Anti Ragging Squad
Anti ragging committee works with the support of Anti Ragging Cell and
Anti Ragging Squad. No ragging instances have been reported during the last
four years.
5.1.13 Enumerate the welfare schemes made available to students by the
institution.
The institution has planned various welfare schemes in support of
students. These schemes provide academic, non-academic and health supports to
the students
•
Student Aid Fund for economically backward-classes.
•
Earn and Learn Scheme for scholarly and need-based students.
•
Railway and bus pass for the students.
•
Medical check-up camp for all students.
•
Library Book-Bank facility for scholarly and need-based students.
•
Ladies common room facility.
•
Hostel facility, cycle stand, xerox-center, consumer-store, reading room,
gymkhana and canteen etc.
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1 lakh accident insurance generated through admission process.
•
1 lakh risk insurance for N.C.C. cadets.
5.1.14 Does the institution have a registered Alumni Association? If ‘yes’, what are
its activities and major contributions for institutional, academic and
infrastructure development?
Yes, the institution has Alumni Association named as ‘JCJ
Alumni
Association’ which is non-registered. This alumnus is actively engaged in the
development of the institution.
• The alumni members participate in Alumni Association Meet organized in every
year.
• Some of the members of alumni association also pay regular visits to the
institution and respective departments and share their experiences with the
students and faculty members. They direct the students for academic
improvement and career.
• Some alumni members are also the members of Local Managing Committee.
They contribute to the growth and development of the institution by extending
their services in developmental activities by economical assistance and time.
• Some alumni members are now working in the institution as faculty members
and as office staff. All these members are actively participating in the academic
programmes, extension activities, and developmental activities and counseling
the students.
• The alumni members having sports potential impart their skill of sportsmanship
to the existing players.
• They also participate in N.S.S. and N.C.C. activities and encourage the students
by giving prizes and donating books.
5.2
Student Progression
5.2.1
Providing the percentage of students progressing to higher education or
employment (for the last four batches) highlight the trends observed.
Year
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Student Progression in percentage (%)
UG to PG
PG to M.Phil
PG to PhD
40
1
1
45
1
1
45
2
1
47
2
2
Self Employed
30
35
40
40
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The above statistics shows a trend of students to enroll for traditional
courses and research activities in science faculty. A number of students show a
steady rise in the commerce faculty attempting to private industries and banking
sectors.
5.2.2
Provide details of the programme wise pass percentage and completion rate
for the last four years (cohort wise/batch wise as stipulated by the
university)? Furnish programme-wise details in comparison with that of the
previous performance of the same institution and that of the Colleges of the
affiliating university within the city/district.
Academic Year
20010-2011
Academic Year
2011-2012
Academic Year
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Course
B. A.
B. Com.
B. Sc.
B. B. A.
B. C. A.
B. C. S.
M.A. Marathi
M.A. Hindi
M.A. Economics
M.Com.
M.Sc. Chemistry
Passing %
86.18
89.74
92.7
100
100
100
57.77
73.30
33.33
-
Course
B. A.
B. Com.
B. Sc.
B. B. A.
B. C. A.
B. C. S.
M.A. Marathi
M.A. Hindi
M.A. Economics
M.Com.
M.Sc. Chemistry
Passing %
66.30
62.27
90.45
100
100
100
60.38
100
41.66
55.00
78.88
Course
B. A.
B. Com.
B. Sc.
B. B. A.
Passing %
76.33
61.60
92.32
100
2012-2013
Academic Year
2013-2014
5.2.3
B. C. A.
B. C. S.
M.A. Marathi
M.A. Hindi
M.A. Economics
M.Com.
M.Sc. Chemistry
100
100
76.20
80.11
32.35
36.41
87.50
Course
B. A.
B. Com.
B. Sc.
B. B. A.
B. C. A.
B. C. S.
M.A. Marathi
M.A. Hindi
M.A. Economics
M.Com.
M.Sc. Chemistry
% of Passing
75.60
93.22
89.30
42.85
75.00
100.0
32.50
42.30
89.00
43.33
95.45
How does the institution facilitate student progression to higher level of
education and/or towards employment?
• The Placement Cell and Career Guidance Cell guide and offer suggestion and
guidance to the students regarding job opportunities and the details of entrance
examination to pursue higher education.
• The cell also provides material to the student for appearing PG common
entrance examination conducted by the various universities and teacher
eligibility tests (SET and NET).
• The center for competitive exams provides material, books, notices and
advertisements of recruitment from time to time. It also arranges guest lectures.
• As per the demand of local industries, pathological lab and agro-food industry,
the concerned faculty sends the students for the training.
• Department of Physical Education and N.C.C. provide training to the students
attempting for physical tests in Police Department, Navy, Army, and
competitive examinations.
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5.2.4
Enumerate the special support provided to students who are at risk of
failure and dropout?
The institution takes following measures to face the risk of failure and
dropout students.
• A separate mechanism to monitor the students-signature attendance in the class
during each lecture.
• A monthly correspondence to the parents regarding absent students.
• Result analysis to identify weaker section of the class.
• Revision lectures, remedial coaching and practical for the students at the risk of
failure.
• A regular guidance to the students lagging in particular subjects.
• Provision of class-notes, study material, question paper bank and xerox from
faculty.
• ICT based coaching for such students.
• Various economical promotion schemes to economically backward students.
• Focus on the rationale of dropout students and strategic implementation to avoid
dropouts.
5.3
Student Participation and Activities
5.3.1
List the range of sports, games, cultural and other extracurricular activities
available to students. Provide details of participation and program
calendar.
• Sports and Games
Track and field events
1.
Athletics
Race: 100 m, 200 m, 400 m, 800 m
Relay: 4 X 100 m, 4 X 400 m
Hurdles: 100 m, 400 m
2.
Games
Team
: Kho-kho, chess, volleyball, kabaddi, basketball, badminton,
cricket, handball, softball, chalkball, pentaque etc.
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Individual:
Archery,
malkhamb,
weight-lifting,
power-lifting,
fencing,
swimming, rifle-shooting, disc-throw, shotput-throw, javelin-throw,
hammer-throw.
• Cultural
One-act-play, folk-dance, solo-dance, debate, speech, essay, elocution,
drama, quiz, group-dance, street-plays, skits and mimicry
• Extra Curricular Activities
Recipe competition, poster presentation competition, educational
exhibition, model presentation, mehandi-rangoli competition, ad-mad show,
funny games and elocution competition etc
Details of participation and program calendar
• Students from our institution participate in the above activities at
collegiate/state/national-level, youth festival and annual gathering throughout
the year.
• The sports and games competitions are arranged according to the programme
calendar declared by the Shivaji University for each year.
• The youth festival of Shivaji University is being organized each year in the
month of September in which students actively participate.
• The institution organizes the educational exhibition, poster competition, model
competition, funny games and annual cultural programme during 1st to 14th
January every year.
• The N.S.S. camp and activities are also organized according to university.
• The N.C.C. camps are organized by the 56 Battalion and our cadets actively
participate in each camp.
• Science faculty students participate in Avishkar organized at Shivaji University,
Kolhapur.
Following number of students were participated in the sports and games activity at
zonal, inter-zonal and All India University (AIU-New-Delhi) competitions
Year
No. of Participants
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
42
84
53
59
111
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5.3.2
Furnish the details of major student achievements in co-curricular,
extracurricular and cultural activities at different levels: University / State /
Zonal / National / International, etc. for the previous four years.
Year 2009-10
Sports and Games
•
V.P. Patil achieved 2nd Prize in Mallkhamb at Gwalior in all India University
competition
•
M.B. Koli won 3rd prize in decathlon inter-zonal competition
•
M.R.Jagatap stood 1st in hammer throw competition at zonal level and
second in inter-zonal level
•
S.S. Mane received 2nd place in inter-zonal power lifting competition
Cultural
•
R.Kamble awarded with 1st prize in state-level essay competition
•
Miss Suchita Patil secured1st prize in state-level essay competition
•
College student group won 4th prize in poster presentation at K.W.C. Sangli
•
College student group seized 2nd prize in mimicry at Miraj Mahavidyala
Miraj
•
N.C.C.
•
18 students participated in NRC camp Andhra Pradesh. Harshwardhan
Tagare
led the Maharashtra state N.C.C. group and accomplished 1st prize
•
5 students were selected in Army Attachment Camp, Ahamadnagar
•
P.V. Jadhav and N.B. Kamble, participated in Shivaji Trail Track National
Camp
Other
Rajendra Jadhav awarded with Rs. 3500/- for state-level scholarship
•
competition exam
Year 2010-11
Sports
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Miss. Chitali Patil seleted in Shivaji University cricket team for all India
interuniversity competition held at Gwalior
•
Miss. Ashwini Kadam, Miss. Swapnali Rajgire, Miss. Ashwini Patil and
Miss. Chaitali Patil were selected in inter-zonal women cricket team of
Shivaji University
•
Shantinath Anuje was selected for all India interuniversity Archery
competition at Kurukshetra
•
Mukund Jagatap won 1st prize in Hammer Throw at zonal and inter-zonal
competitions
•
Rakesh Adake achieved 1st prize in Javelin throw in inter-zonal
competition
•
Miss. Komal Bandgar got 3rd prize in 5 km inter-zonal walking
competition in 10th National Athletics competition
Cultural
•
Our institution group won 3rd prize in folk-dance competition at Shahu
Mosotsav, Jaysingpur Muncipal Corporation
•
Abhijit Patil won inducement prize in essay competition at Gandhi
Memorial Fund, Mumbai
•
Rajavardhan Tagare participated in Durdarshan and All India Radio
Programmes
N.C.C.
•
Rakeshkumar Adake seized Best Firer Award in ATC Kolhapur
•
5 Cadets were selected in Army Attachment Camp
•
3 Cadets participated in Shivaji Trail Track
Other
Asutosh Shivekar confiscated 2nd rank in paper presentation at Garware College,
Sangli
Year 2011-12
Sports
•
Shri Anuje Shantinath was selected for All India Interuniversity Archery
Competition held at Patiyala
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•
Miss Shweta Swami was selected in volleyball team of Shivaji
University
15th Maharashtra state interuniversity sports of meet at
Parabhani
•
Rakeshkumar Adake won 1st prize in zonal and inter-zonal Javelin throw
competition at Parbhani
•
Rakeshkumar Adake succeeded in tug-of-war state competition and was
selected for international competition held at Shrilanka
•
Miss Snehal Kadam was selected in Kolhapur district cricket team and
received 1st prize in inter-zonal competition
•
Ashwini Patil secured 2nd prize in inter-zonal Archery competition
•
Anil Gaikwad succeeded in 4th senior Maharashtra state Petanque
competition and he also won the championship in 6th senior Maharashtra
state baseball championship and was selected for National competition
•
Ganesh Chougule was selected in the 4th Junior Maharashtra State
Pentaque tournament
Cultural
•
Our institution team participated in Youth festival at Devchand College
Nippani in folk-dance, street-play and elocution competition
•
Our institution team actively participated in Shahu Mahotasav,
Jaysingpur and won prize in folk-dance competition
•
N.C.C.
•
The NCC cadets were selected in NIC, Army Attachment, TSC and ATC
camps throughout the year
Other
•
B.K. Sharma baged 1st prize in National Quiz Competition at Jaipur
National University, Jaipur
•
The students from BBA-II won 1st prize in poster presentation held at
Garaware College, Sangli.
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Year-2012-13
Sports and Games
•
Miss S.N. Kadam and Miss S.B. Kumbhar were selected in
University Team and achieved 1st prize in zonal competition
•
Mr. U. D. Mengane accomplished Gold Medal in weight lifting at
zonal level
Cultural activities
•
Shri R.A. Tagare procured 2nd prize in Sugam Gayan in University
youth festival.
•
Shri R.A. Tagare, U.K. Karade, P. Thanedar, A.Patil and U. Bankar
possessed 3rd prize in Indian group song in youth festival.
•
Shri R.A. Tagare won 2nd prize in Sugam Gayan in Yuva Spandan.
•
Rohan Mhamulkar got 2nd prize in national-level essay competition.
Extracurricular
•
Miss V.R. Patil secrued 1st prize in state-level Talent Search.
Competition.
•
Miss M. B. Kunnure won 2nd prize in state-level Talent Search.
Competition.
N.C.C.
•
NCC group conquered 1st prize in Handball competition at ATC
•
Nikhil Lokhande achieved 1st prize in cross-country at ATC
•
N.P. Mohite was selected for SSB Screening Camp
•
Sunil Wadar, Suraj Shaikh, Pramod Ukali, Kallappa Mudalagi, Amol
Kamble were selected in National Integration Camp, Kerala and they
win 1st Prize in dance competition
•
Vinmar Patil, Akash Patil, Amar Kupade, Umesh Kharade, Amar
Jadhav has been selected in Army Attachment Camp, Ahamadnagar
and win 1st prize in dance competition
Other
•
BBA 2nd group 1st prize in poster presentation at Garaware college
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Sangli
•
BBA 2nd group 3rd prize in poster presentation at Garaware college
Sangli
Year-2013-14
Sports and Games
•
Mr. Mengane U. D. has won gold medal in All India Interuniversity
Competition
•
Miss Anuja Halwai has been selected in Volleyball team of Shivaji
University to participate in 17th Maharashtra State Interuniversity
Competition
•
College Soft ball team won 3rd rank in University
•
Mr. Sandip Patil is selected in a soft ball team of Shivaji University to
participate in All India Interuniversity Competition
•
Mr. Somanath Kshirsagar, Mr. Jeevan Ainapur, Mr. Swapnil Pawar and
Miss Kajal Ghatage have been selected to participate in All India
Interuniversity Archery Competition
•
College teams have participated in Kabbadi, Kho-Kho, Softball, Volley
ball and athletics competitions held at Shivaji University, Kolhapur
Cultural activities
•
Umesh Kharade, Akash Patil, Rajwardhan Tagare, Pradnya Mali,
Kanchan Padiyar and Tejashri Khamkar have participated in Group Song
Competition held under Youth Festival
•
Mr. Rajwardhan Tagare has participated in Indradhanushya Competition
and selected in the team of Shivaji University to participate in
Interuniversity Competition and won Gold medal.
•
Umesh Kharade has participated in State level ‘Yuva Spandan’ at
Ichalkaranji and won 1st Prize
•
Umesh Kharade has won best support actor and got third rank in one-actplay held at Kirloskarwadi.
•
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Miss Shrutika Raynade has won 3rd rank at State level elocution
competition
•
Vikas Kisan Pawar has produced ‘Silent Killer: Short Film’ for creating
awareness about ill-effects of drug addiction.
N.C.C.
•
Atul Teli (Shooting) and Ajit Patil (Kabaddi) has been selected to
participate in All India NCC National Games-2013
•
Mr. Vinamra Patil is selected to participate in NIC Deharadun camp
from Kolhapur Division
•
Mr. Tushar Sonar and Mr. Mahesh Sutar selected to participate in NIC
Jammu Kashmir camp
•
Mr. Afsar Sutar has won Best Shooter Award during ATC-2013,
Kolhapur Division
Year-2014-15
Sports and Games
•
Somnath Kshirsagar, Sushant Patil, Jivandhar Ainapure, Kajal
Ghatage, Aarti Keripale,, Shalavi desai, Shradhha Patil, Seema Kaburi
and Aishwarya Chougule has participated in All India Archery
Competition held at Kurukshetra.
•
Miss Anuja Halawai is selected and participated in All India
Interuniversity Volley ball competition held at Aurangabad.
•
Miss Snehal Hajar has been selected in Shivaji University Cricket
team to participate National competition held at Bhopal
•
Mr. Anil Gaikwad appointed as Referee for Chalk ball and also
chairman of Maharashtra State Langadi Referee Association.
•
College Girls team is participated and one 1st prize in zonal level
cricket competition.
•
College Girls team is participated and one 3rd prize in inter-zonal level
cricket competition.
Cultural activities
•
Mr. Rajwardhan Tagare has participated in following activities
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Yuvaspandan held at Ichalakaranji and won 1st rank
Won 3rd rank in Singing competition held at Dattawad
Selected in Shivaji University team to participate in National Youth
Festival held at Kurukshetra
Won 1st rank in Best Singer competition held by Rotary club of
Jaysingpur
Selected to participate in Super Singer competition organized by
Radio City at Ahemdnagar
•
College team has participated in group dance at Youth held at Rajaram
College, Kolhapur.
•
Mr. Rajawardhan Tagare has selected to participate in National Youth
Festival held at Indore and selected to participate in International
Youth Festival which will be held at Mauritius.
5.3.3
How does the college seek and use data and feedback from its graduates
and employers, to improve the performance and quality of the institutional
provisions?
The institution entails various feedback mechanisms to hunt for the data
and suggestions from the graduates.
• Alumni feedback
Alumni feedback is collected during alumni meet every year. The
suggestions regarding the improvement of the performance and quality are
welcomed.
• Feedback forms
Each faculty evaluates faculty performance by filling-up feedback forms
from the passing-out students. These feedbacks are considered for improvement
of the faculty.
• Feedback at send off-function
During the send-off function of each faculty, the students express their
views regarding the existing condition of quality and performance of the faculty
and suggest the necessary provisions for improvement.
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• Suggestion box feedback
The students’ feedbacks are also collected through suggestion box
installed at the principal cabin and library.
The suggestions collected through the above feedback mechanisms, are
communicated to the concerned committees and the authority for better
improvement.
5.3.4
How does the college involve and encourage students to publish materials
like catalogues, wall magazines, college magazine, and other material? List
the publications/ materials brought out by the students during the previous
four academic sessions.
The institution provides opportunity to the students to promote their
publish material like catalogues, wall posters and college magazine.
• The institution has Educational Exhibition Committee which organizes
educational exhibition every year. The students from all faculties present their
publish materials in the form of posters, power point presentation and model
designs.
• The Magazine and Wall-paper Committee motivates the students to present their
publish material like articles, pictures, quotations and poems for wall-paper.
• Science faculty students organize poster presentations on the occasion of historic
moments like Hiroshima-Nagasaki Disaster and Jaitapur Nuclear Power Plant.
• The Magazine and Wall-paper Committee appeals the students to furnish their
publish material for the annual magazine of the institution JAYDEEP. The
students write the articles on various current issues and research.
The number of articles published in JAYDEEP during the last five years is
enlisted below.
Language
Year
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Marathi
Hindi
English
Number of articles from students
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23
21
33
22
18
35
29
31
28
28
21
30
22
27
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5.3.5
Does the college have a Student Council or any similar body? Give details
on its selection, constitution, activities and funding.
Yes, Student Council is formed every year as per the guidelines and
schedule provided by the university. There is a well-defined selection committee
working for the formation of Students Council. Following is the structure of
selection committee.
S.N.
Name
Designation
1
Prin. Dr. M. M. Gandhi
Chairman (Ex-Officio)
2.
Dr. S. B. Bansode
Convener
3
Dr. N. P. Sawant
N.S.S. Programme Officer
4
Mr. M. S. Suryavanshi
Director, Physical Education
5
Mr. M. A. Shinge
N. C. C. Officer
The selection of student council member is purely merit-based. The classrepresentatives are selected on the basis of their merits in earlier class. Following is
the organizational structure of the Student Council and terms of selection of the
members in it.
1. Class representatives
: 28 (Meritorious students)
2. N.S.S. representative
: 01 (Nominated by N.S.S. Programme Officer)
3. N.C.C. representative
: 01 (Nominated by N.C.C. Officer)
4. Cultural representative
: 01 (Nominated by Cultural Committee)
5. Sports representative
:01(Nominated by Director, Physical Education)
6. Girls representative
: 02 (Nominated by Principal)
General Secretary of Students Council is elected by the members from
Student Council as per the Maharashtra University Act 1994, Section 40(3).
The members of Student Council frequently meet the principal and faculty
members to discuss on following issues.
• Facilities to the students
• Academic problems
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• Educational tours
• Educational exhibitions
• Cultural and sports activities
• Annual gathering
• Problems regarding the fees
• Discipline in the campus
• The Student Council also organizes various social activities such as blood
donation camp, tree plantation programme, celebration of national days, birth
and death anniversaries of national leaders and Teacher’s Day.
• The financial assistance is provided by the college and student funds.
5.3.6
Give details of various academic and administrative bodies that have
student representatives on them.
The institution also caters the student representatives’ role in various
academic and administrative bodies. Their views and suggestions are given
priority in the implementation of decisions. Further, these representatives are
involved in the following academic and administrative bodies.
Academic
• Educational Exhibition Committees
• Annual Prize Distribution
• Annual Gathering
• Student Grievance Redressal Cell
• National events celebrations
• Anti-ragging committee
• Syllabus completion feedback
Administrative
• Admission fees
• Allotment of funds for educational tours.
• Educational Exhibition funding.
• Annual Gathering fund distribution
• S.A.F utilization
• Earn-Learn scheme allotment
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5.3.7
How does the institution network and collaborate with the Alumni and
former faculty of the Institution.
The institution solicits the very effort to form a healthy network and
collaboration with the alumni and former faculty. Further, it takes initiative to
keep a continuous dialogue and communication by the various means enlisted
below.
• Alumni Association formed in college invites the alumni and former faculty
members during the annual meet.
• The institution sends invitation letters to alumni and former faculty for
workshops, seminars, educational exhibition and annual gathering.
• Some faculty has a constant rapport with alumni and former faculty through
telephonic media.
• The institution welcomes the suggestions and the reforms given by them.
• Some of the former faculty members avail their guidance to the concern faculty.
• Alumni and former faculty donated books for the library.
• The institution offers library facility to the alumni and former faculty.
• Alumni students impart their skill to the existing sportsmen.
• The existing faculty members have a personal day to day communication with
alumni and former faculty.
• Many a faculty members show their valuable presence during Republic Day
Celebration and Independent Day Celebration.
• Former faculty members are also invited to avail the guidance and to support in
formation of various committees.
• They are also part of various functions organized in the institution.
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The college has achieved its remarkable place in quality education and all round
development of the students with its performance in academic, co-curricular and extracurricular activities. The college provides clear information to students about admission
process, the fees structure, refund policies, financial aids and student support services.
All these are communicated through publications including hand-book, prospectus,
souvenir, annual magazine, hand-bills, digital boards, college website and
advertisements in leading newspapers and local channel. The college has sufficient and
well-run support services to all students and students’ progression is monitored
effectively time to time. The college has sufficient funds under the head of ‘Student Aid
Fund’ and 20% students are benefited every year. S.T. pass concession is provided to
the students enrolled from rural areas. Special effort are made in concern to
economically destitute classes by giving special freeship and scholarship by Govt. of
Maharashtra, Govt. of India, Earn and Learn Scheme and Book Bank Scheme to
promote educational opportunities. The college has an effective mechanism to use
student feedback for quality enhancement. The feedbacks are generated and necessary
changes are made. The faculty members of the institute try their level best to maintain
good results by supporting the students. The institution also provides support services,
entrepreneurial skills by COC programmes, vocational courses career guidance and
placements services. To address the grievances, the institution has formed Grievance
Redressal Cell to justify the grievances through proper channel.
The institute faculty members take extra efforts and provide guidance for the
progression of students to higher education. Campus interviews are being arranged for
the students of final year courses of U.G. as well as P.G. The cultural activities
organized in the college to bring out the hidden talents of the students. The students of
the institute participate in NSS, NCC activities and social activities. Magazines
published by the institute provide an opportunity to the upcoming writers among the
students. The outstanding students who won the trophies in inter-collegiate, interuniversity, district, state and national level tournaments are given merit certificates,
mementoes, sports kits and cash awards. The institution has an effective network and
collaboration with alumni through regular and personnel contacts and alumni meets.
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CRITERION VI:
GOVERNANCE, LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT
6.1
Institutional Vision and Leadership
6.1.1 State the vision and mission of the institution and enumerate on how the
mission statement defines the institution’s distinctive characteristics in
terms of addressing the needs of the society, the students it seeks to serve,
the institution’s traditions and value orientations, vision for the future, etc?
Vision
To impart cognitive excellence, introduce advance technology, skills to
prepare the youth for future challenges and to promote equity and equality in the
students to create worthy citizens.
Mission
The institute aspires to empower the rural youth to stand in global and
competitive world and to breed potential excellence through it.
Objectives
• To avail opportunity of education to each and everyone to face the challenges in
life
• To introduce various career oriented and short-term courses.
• To enable the students to connect technological skills to meet with the needs of
the present age.
• To develop scientific and research attitude in students.
• To provide entrepreneurship to the rural youth through education.
• To inculcate moral, ethical and national spirit among the students.
The stated vision, mission and objectives are communicated through• Display on a large board at the central building.
• Circulated through prospectus, college magazine, and assignment books.
• Reiterated in the principal address at commencement of each academic year.
• Uploaded on college website www.jaysingpurcollege.in
• Through extra curricular activities of NSS and NCC.
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6.1.2
What is role of top management, principal and faculty in design and
implementation of its quality-policy and Plans?
The institution always aspires for qualitative education and for
qualitative education the top management that is the Governing Council, local
management, IQAC, principal and the faculty heads have a pivotal role in design
and implementation of quality- policy and plans. These committees discuss and
revolve quality policy and try to excel academic and research aspects of the
institution. These committees govern the quality policy for the following.
•
Proper coordination for academic growth
•
Development of suitable infrastructural facility for academic and research
activities.
•
Collaboration and consultancy services with industries
•
Placement services and career counseling
•
Community services
6.1.3
What is involvement of the leadership in ensuring the policy statements and
action plans for fulfillment of the stated mission formulation of action plans
for all operations and incorporation of the same into the institution
strategic plan and interaction with stake holders.
As the institution has laid its foundation based on the mission statement
“Siddhirnranekantat”, it believes in unique participation of the LMC members,
principal, the teaching non-teaching staff and the stakeholders – students,
parents, alumni members and society members in decision making and action
plans. While implementing these action plans, LMC members impart their
valuable guidance concerning these practices.
Following are the ways to ensure the leadership involvement in effective
quality policy.
•
Motivating the staff to execute their ideas for excellence
•
Deputing the faculties for orientation programmes, workshops, conferences and
research actives
•
By taking active participation of faculty in design and implementation of
various quality policies.
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By felicitation and incentive for staff
•
Proper support for policy and planning through need analysis, research
inputs a continuous with stakeholders
The college has incessant rapport with alumni members, students’
council and other stakeholders to build support for policy planning by which the
leadership at different levels ensures the research inputs by consulting with these
stakeholders.
•
Reinforcing the culture of excellence.
Reinforcing the cultural excellence in students, the leadership at different
levels motivates the students to participate voluntarily in college cultural
activities, university Yuvakmohotsava, sports activities and NCC/NSS camps.
The students which have shown excellent performance are given awards and
prizes to motivate their spirit.
•
Champion organizational change.
The principal, vice-principals, teaching and non-teaching staff has a
positive and motivating role towards the organizational change. Each and every
member of institution is ready for the organization change and so they show
innate impulse for such change.
6.1.4
What are the procedures adopted by the institution to monitor and evaluate
policies and plans of the institution for effective implementation and
improvement form time to time?
The monitoring system of college for various polices and plans are based
on decentralized system in which various committees are formed by principal to
monitor the implementation of action-plans. Further, IQAC, staff council, Heads
of Dept. and conveners have major role in decision making and implantation of
quality policy and plans the principal takes time to time review of these all
quality plans and policies and suggests improvement if need.
6.1.5
Give details of the academic leadership provided to the faculty by the top
management?
•
The department heads prepare their departmental planning by discussing with
their department members.
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•
All the departmental decisions are put forward to the principal and IQAC for
further action.
•
All teaching, non-teaching staff is involved in the planning and implementation
of quality policy and plans.
•
There are various advisory committees formed by the principal and IQAC to
design, to supervise and to implement these into academic practices.
•
The faculties are given privilege to plan for their departmental activities and
implement them for better results.
•
The IQAC provides essential guidelines to the academic leadership from time to
time.
6.1.6
How does the college groom leadership at various levels?
The division of work is orderly followed from faculty to the department
members. The IQAC and the principal provide the structure to groom the
leadership at various levels. There are two vice principals working as in charge
for Arts, Commerce and Science faculty. Further the Head of dept. organizes the
departmental meeting for effective implementation of work distribution and
academic activities. The heads consult major as well as minor decisions with the
departmental staffs.
The steering committee has been formed by principal to plan various
academic, curricular, co-curricular, cultural, social, financial and extra-curricular
activities, and the principal takes a constant review of the work done by these
committees. Committees have been formed by the principal under his
chairmanship. The conveners of the committees arrange meeting to decide
various plans for academic and non-academic excellence. All the plans and
decisions are discussed in the staff meeting and LMC meeting before final
implementation.
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6.1.7
How does the college delegate authority and provide operational autonomy
to the departments/units of the institution and work towards decentralized
governance system?
The college has a decentralized governance system which includes work
distribution and operations autonomy from vice-principals to head of dept.
There is academic distribution of work as per faculty and department and there
are two in charge for Arts, Commerce and Science. The financial privileges are
allocated to head of dept. for purchase of different requirements of laboratory.
At the same, the financial decisions of the institution are in the hands of the
principal, LMC-chairman and secretary. Each and every decision regarding
academic and institution is finalized after the common consent of the principal
and LMC members.
6.1.8
Does the college promote a culture of participative management? If ‘Yes’,
indicate the levels of participative managements.
•
College teaching as well as non-teaching staff voluntarily participates in various
programmes, academic activities, lead-college activities, seminars and
workshop.
•
To improve the quality of such activities, the senior staff leadership avails
precious guidance to the new comers.
•
The conveners, vice-principals and principal provide an opportunity to the
departments which avail them autonomy in treading such programmes and
functions.
•
The institution seeks participation by communicating throw email and online
facilities.
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6.2
Strategy Development
6.2.1 Does the Institution have a formally stated quality policy?
How is it developed, driven, deployed and reviewed?
•
The college has well defined quality policy, and has taken the utmost-care in
design implementation.
•
The academic and financial developments are carried out under the guidance the
principal, IQAC and management.
•
These guidelines are implemented by the principal, faculty heads and heads of
dept. with help of various committees organized by principal.
•
There is continuous review of the action plans, designed and implemented on
college level. The changes are made as per the need of students and institution.
6.2.2 Does the institute have perspective plan for development? If so, give the
aspects considered for inclusion in the plan.
Yes, the college has a long-term perspective plans for development. In
case of the future needs and requirements, the institution has prepared the
perspective plan considering various aspects.
•
To provide advanced infrastructure to meet the needs
•
To introduce ICT support system throughout the institution
•
To excel research and consultancy based programmes
•
To promote vocational, skill based and carrier oriented programmes
•
To avail education opportunities to economically and socially backward students
•
To prepare the youth with high ethical foundation
The institution visualizes these perspective plans by the combine efforts
of UGC, the state government and Local committee of the institution. The
departmental and IQAC efforts put additives to bring these perspective plans to
etc virtual implementation.
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6.2.3 Describe the internal organizational structure and decision making process.
The college decision making process is democratic and liberal. It is a
part and parcel of quality development. It is based on guiding principle of
college “Siddhiranekantat” The decentralization and devolution of power is
found at each step of decision making process in the institute.
Governing Council
Local Management Council
Principal
IQAC
Vice-Principal
(Arts and Commerce)
Vice-Principal
(Science)
Coordinator
DPE
O.S. Library
Account Officer
HOD
LDC
Faculty Members
UDC
(Cashier)
Teaching Evaluation
Learning
(Examination)
HOD
Faculty Members
Teaching
Learning
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Evaluation
(Examination)
6.2.4 Give a broad description of the quality improvement strategies of the
institution for each of the following Teaching and Learning –
• The institution has procured nearly 135 computer assistance, 6 LCDs, 10 Tablets
and 10 laptops to enhance the teaching-learning process.
• The students are motivated to prepare and present their own projects, seminars
and publications with the help of internet support system and participate in
Educational Exhibition.
• Recently, college has installed Wi-Fi facility for the teaching, non-teaching staff
and the students.
• Well equipped college library having different sections for reference books,
research journals, periodicals, university news and competitive exam books.
• The teaching activities are planned as per the Academic Calendar and the faculty
members keep academic diary.
• In addition to all these measures, every department organizes study-tours, fieldworks, and industrial visits for providing virtual practices to the students.
Research and Development
The college has well organized research and development wing. The
research committee inspires the teachers to prepare research projects, papers and
participate in seminars and symposium.
•
Two major research projects for Botany and Chemistry department.
•
21 minor research projects have been sanctioned by UGC.
•
Established two research labs for Chemistry and Physics.
•
Introduced Research Journal with 4 quarterly issues under ISSN No. 23219777.
•
Endorsed research fund Rs. 99.5 lakh for improvement of Science and
technology under DST-FIST programme.
Community Engagement
•
Participated in Nirmal Gram Yojana, literacy campaign, tree plantation
programme, blood donation camp and superstition awareness camp
•
Run Aam Adami Vima Yojana traning programme.
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•
Arranged electoral awareness drive and deputed Mr. Sushant Chudappa (NSS
volunteer) as an ambassador by Hon. Collector.
Human Resource Management
The institution is very ardent about the human resource management. It
has initiated various career oriented courses in the college to inculcate
vocational and professional skills in the students of arts, commerce and science.
•
The college runs UGC sponsored Career Oriented Courses in Communication
Skills in English, and Remedial Coaching Scheme for English for Arts,
Commerce and Science.
•
There is Competitive Exam and Career Guidance Cell for the students
attempting for competitive exams such as MPSC, UPSC and Banking
•
For science students, college has introduced UGC sponsored course in
Computer Applications and Soil, Water and Food Analysis.
•
There are separate coaching classes for English, Geography, History, Politics
and Science.
Industry Interaction and collaborations
•
Department of Chemistry a visited to Oil and Natural Gas Corporation, Goa to
study the process and mechanism of oil extraction, purification and analysis.
•
Department of Physics visited Goa Science Centre and Oceanography Centre
Punjim for the study of equipment and ocean energy.
•
Department of Food Science and Quality Control organised industrial visits to
Gadre Industry,Ratnagiri, Mapro Industry Mahabaleshwer and Katraj Dairy and
Food Stuff, Karad to study the food processing, preservation and Packing.
•
Dr. Mrs. M. V. Kale Dept. of Botany has signed a MoU with Tomake Ayurvedic
Nimshrgoan ( Jaysingpur).
•
Dr. S. R. Sabale Dept. of Chemistry collaborated with School of Life Sciences,
Shanghai University Shanghai (China).
•
The Institution has signed MoU with Himachal Pradesh University, Simala for
ICT programme.
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6.2.5
How does the Head of the institution ensure that adequate information
(from feedback and personal contacts etc.) is available for the top
management and the stakeholders, to review the activities of the institution?
There is continuous review of the activities by principal. The principal
supervises departmental, classroom and exam related programmers. There is a
mechanism to improve the attendance of students it practical and classes.
•
Principal takes continuous feed-back from senior teachers, vice principals, head
of departments and the students.
•
There are regular interactions between staff-council and principal for the quality
excellence.
•
Principal calls periodic meetings to survey and review the work done by various
committees.
•
The Chairman and LMC members have direct-talk with principal regarding
institutional activities. The necessary and essential suggestions are made for the
improvement of these activities.
•
Principal calls term-meetings in the beginning and in the end of each term with
all teaching and non-teaching staff.
•
Information is circulated through phones, letters, emails and online circulations
on college website www.jaysingpurcollege.in.
6.2.6 How does the management encourage and support involvement of the staff in
improving the effectiveness and efficiency of the institutional processes?
The college management is very active and motivating. The LMC calls
the meeting of steering committee and principal to review and plan quality
policies for improvement of effectiveness and efficiency of institutional
practices.
Principal and LMC members have periodic LMC meetings to analyze
and implement new policies for the betterment of institution. In the review, the
management and principal collect information from teaching and non-teaching
staff for the improvement and appreciate their works. Instant decisions are taken
for academic excellence and departmental matters.
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6.2.7 Enumerate the resolutions made by the management council in the last year
and the status of implementation of such resolutions.
LMC of the college organizes periodic meetings regarding academic,
infrastructural and financial decisions. These meetings are chaired by Hon.
Chairman, Secretary, L.M.C. members and college principal. The following
decisions were taken in the meetings during the year 2009-2014.
Academic •
Admission process of the Senior College grantable and non-grantable divisions.
•
Re-affiliation proposal and its approval from Shivaji University
•
Organizing Local Enquiry Committee for post graduate courses in Marathi,
Economics, B.B.A. II, B.C.A. III, B.C.S. III.
•
Resolution for B.Sc. Food Science and Quality Control Course.
•
Analysis of Annual Result and steps to improve the results for senior college.
•
UGC Network Resources centre, website development and online exam
application
•
Computerized admission process.
•
Advertising for walk in interview the post of core faculty and coordinator for
M.Sc. analytical chemistry.
•
Biometric thumb impression
•
Major and Minor research projects
•
Career oriented programme
Accomplishments:The above mentioned resolutions were being carried out effectively for
academic excellence and pursued at its best.
Infrastructural:•
Under UGC 11th plan General Development Grant and Women Hostel
Construction proposal.
•
Basic facilities for UGC network resources centre, website development and
maintenance centre.
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•
Separate departments for Arts and Commerce
•
Benches, platforms, tables, chairs, glass-boards for classrooms
•
Development of laboratories for science practical
•
Facilities for teaching staff in the staffroom
•
Construction of swimming pool and indoor stadium approved in UGC 11th plan.
•
Installation of toilet facilities and potable water for students
•
Renewal of Bhirdi Hall for cultural activates.
•
Installation of CCTV cameras, BPO, language labs, and conference hall
Accomplishments:There is a review committee to take constant feedback regarding the
effective
implementation
of
the
resolutions
made
for
infrastructural
development. Women hostel construction has been completed. Swimming pool
and indoor stadium construction have been carried on till present date.
Financial :•
Women hostel grant under UGC 11th plan and general development grants.
•
6th pay fixation for senior college teachers
•
75 lakh proposal B.Sc. food science and quality control
•
Academic budget provision for grantable and non-grantable courses.
•
Additional grant of 25 lakh under UGC 11th plan.
•
Annual audit for year.
1. Under UGC 11th plan and grant of 1 crore for swimming pool and 70 lakh grant
of indoor stadium
2. Rs. 7 lakh career oriented programme and 10 lakh grant for bakery and
confectionary
3. DST-INSPIRE 19.5 lakh grant utilization
4. Rs. 8 lakh for classroom and conference hall
5. Rs. 21 lakh (COC), 185 lakh (B.Voc.) and 99.5 lakh (DST-FIST) quotations and
purchase
Accomplishments:The said resolutions regarding financial procurement were made and
were carried out effectively. The budgets were strictly used during the year as
per the proposals.
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6.2.8 Does the affiliating university make a provision for according the status of
autonomy to an affiliated institution? If ‘yes’ what are the efforts made by
the institution in obtaining autonomy?
There is a provision for autonomy status in UGC Act but as the
institution is accredited with B+ in 1st accreditation so it aspires to excel the
performance anticipating eminent ventures to meet to autonomy status during
the next few years.
6.2.9 How does the Institution ensure that grievances/complaints are promptly
attended to and resolved effectively? Is there a mechanism to analyze the
nature of grievances for promoting better stakeholder relationship?
The college has its own mechanism to deal with grievances and
complaints of stakeholders. There are various committees to handle the
complaints and grievances of the teachers, students and non-teaching staff.
‘The Grievance Redress Cell’ of the college consists of the
representatives from staff and principal, as head of institution and IQAC. They
organize meetings to discuss about the complaints and justify the complaint in
proper way. Suggestion box is made available for students. For women staff and
girl-students, there is a separate provision made under Laingik Chal Prtibandh
Samiti.
Further, LMC of institution as well as three representative members from
teaching and non-teaching staff redress about services, promotions, increments,
pensions and arrears. The staff members, management and the principal play
role in the LMC Grievance Committee.
Following grievances are redressed•
The students complaint of potable water is solved with help of GRC and
principal by installing a water-tank of filtered-water costing Rs. 1,50,000/-
•
Two lavatories one for staff and one for students are installed after complaints
from the students and staff members.
•
Students’ complaints are collected through the suggestion box and are
immediately redressed.
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•
A separate toilet facility is made available for girls-students and women-staff
members after complaints by girls and women teachers
•
The staff cases for Ph.D increments are duly solved by the leading role of
principal and staff representatives.
•
The arrears of retired staff regarding 6th pay fixation and pension are procured.
•
The complaints of non-teaching regarding their promotions have been solved by
GRC.
•
The separate departments are allotted to language, social sciences, NCC, NSS
and physical education.
6.2.10 During the last four years, had there been any instances of court
cases filed by against the institute? Provide details on the issues and
decisions of the courts on these?
During the last four years there is no court case is filed against the
institution.
6.2.11 Does the institution have a mechanism for analyzing student feedback on
institutional performance? If ‘yes’, what was the outcome and response of
the institution to such an effort?
Yes, the students’ feedback is collected through the Drop-Box,
complaint box and also through a questionnaire. Their suggestions for better
improvement are put forward to a committee of principal and vice-principals for
further actions. The students’ suggestions regarding toilet facility, potable water
facility and library facility are solved.
The following facilities are ensured
S. N.
1.
2.
3.
Facility provided
Toilet
Potable water
Library
2004-05
02
01
01
2014-15
03
03
02
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6.3
Faculty Empowerment Strategies
6.3.1
What are the efforts made by the institution to enhance the
professional development of its teaching and non-teaching staff?
UGC authorities support the practices in the college to ensure
professional development of both the teaching and non-teaching staff. In
addition, the principal and the management also help and facilitate such
practices by adopting many encouraging policies.
•
Teachers are motivated for seminars workshops, seminar, conferences and
publications
•
The principal deputes all the faculty members and administrative staff for
participation in various UGC sponsored and other conferences/ seminars/
symposia and workshop in the respective subjects of their own interests
organized by different institutions.
•
Our college management and principal depute eligible facilities to pursue
Ph.D./M.Phil degree by availing faculty development programme of UGC
•
They encourage other interested faculty to complete their M.Phil/ Ph.D degree
on their own without any financial aid.
•
The college encourages our staff along students with to participate in such
programmes arranged by other colleges.
•
The college also encourages the staff members in the development of research
and ICT skills by offering all the required facilities in the library and
laboratories. Recently, a team of teaching and non-teaching have completed ICT
at Simala for a week.
•
The college offered computer training programme to the unskilled/newly
appointed non-teaching staff members to introduce them with the installed
hardware and software in the college.
•
The college administration makes transfers of the members to different tables on
regular basis to train them in various areas and section administration.
•
The office superintendent of the college is entrusted to transfer and train the
staff time to time to maintain office records properly and to plan the academic,
administrative and financial works in responsible way.
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The college conducts training workshops for teaching and non teaching staffs
separately.
Conferences and Symposia (2013-14)
Conference
Attended
07
10
08
25
International
National
State Level
Total
No. of faculty
Presented paper Recourse Person
06
08
02
04
03
18
05
Chair person
01
01
02
Initiatives Undertaken for Faculty Development (2013-14)
Sr. No.
1
2.
3.
6.3.2
Faculty development program
Refresher courses
HRD programme
Orientation Programme
No. of participation
02
23
05
What are the strategies adopted by the institution for faculty empowerment
through training, retraining and motivating the employees for the roles and
responsibility they perform?
The college adopts following strategies for faculty improvement through
training and retraining. It motivates the employees to attain the additional skills
necessary for performing their roles and responsibilities as follows:
•
By deputing the faculty members to participate in conference / seminars/
symposia / workshop etc of their own interest organized by various institutions.
•
The newly appointed NSS programme officers are deputed to under orientation /
refresher courses/training organized by the university NSS unit and TISS,
Mumbai.
•
The newly appointed NCC co-coordinator / officers are deputed to undergo
training offered by the NCC Directorate.
•
The non-teaching staff members are also deputed to undergo training
programmes organized by the university authorities from time to time.
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6.3.3
Provide details of the performance appraisal system of the staff to
evaluate and ensure that information or multiple activities is appropriately
captured and considered for better appraisal.
•
The institution is using UGC format for self appraisal and API scoring.
•
The faculty members are always motivated and encouraged to participate in the
professional training programmes such as refresher courses / orientation
programmes/ training workshops etc. which stand critical in API score of self
evaluation system form 2012-13.
•
The self-appraisal reports are also collected from all the faculty members at the
end of every academic year and the critical areas are identified by the principal /
vice principals and conveyed to the respective staff for appreciation and further
improvement with reference to – a) teaching-learning process. b) Participation in
faculty development programme c) participation in corporate line d) any such
aspects from time to time.
•
The students’ feedbacks are collected every year and the critical areas are
identified and placed before the teachers for their opinion. This can encourage
the staff to plan for their future academic activities of teaching-learning and
extension work.
•
As an outcome of all these activities, the college administration selects a Best
Teacher and a Best Non-teaching Staff per year and felicitates them on the
occasion of 26th Jan. celebrations.
6.3.4
What is outcome of the review of performance appraisal reports by
the management and the major decisions taken? How are they
communicated to the appropriate stakeholders?
•
Review of students feed back
•
Review of self appraisal reports
•
Evaluation of performance both teaching and non-teaching staff.
•
The best teacher award is cited to the teacher who is selected on the
performance and they are felicitated at the annual day.
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•
The weaker areas of the staff are identified and brought to notice for the
betterment of academic. The principal and management give suggestions for
desired changes.
6.3.5
What are the welfare schemes available for teaching and nonteaching staff? What percentage of staff have availed the benefit of such
schemes in the last four years?
Following welfare measures are taken by our institute for the benefit teaching
and non-teaching staff.
•
Advances against salary for CHB staff
•
Advances against salary for non-teaching staff
•
Pradhyapak Bhishi Mandal
•
Grahak Bhandar- stationery services
•
Anekant Nagari Patsansta :- advance and loans.
6.3.6
What are the measures taken by the institution for attracting and retaining
eminent faculty?
•
Recruitment of competent and good qualified faculty by the management.
•
Offering additional increments and incentives to meritorious and experienced
staff for non-grant subject/courses.
•
Sanctioning annual increments.
•
Providing financial assistance to the needy staff through the “Anekant Pata
Sanstha” and “Pradhyapak Bhishi Mandal” in the college.
•
Incising monthly EMI from the salary and remitting to the corresponding bodies.
•
Appointing to the outstanding quality / eminent faculties for playing higher
responsibilities and responsible roles in the institute by principal, vice-principal
and HODs.
•
Dr. S. R. Sabale has been allowed and granted a study leave to proceed for postdoctoral research in China with full pay and allowances.
•
Dr. Mrs. M. V. Kale has signed a MoU with Tomake Ayurvedic Nimshrgaon
(Jaysingpur).
•
The institution has collaborated with Himachal Pradesh University, Shimala for
ICT excellence.
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6.4
Financial Management and Resource Mobilization
6.4.1
What is the institutional mechanism to monitor effective and efficient use of
available financial resources?
•
Fund Utilization committee of college monitors effective and efficient
management of financial recourses.
•
There is a mechanism for decisions regarding procurement of the material.
•
All the materials required are purchased only after getting approval in the
meeting of the Purchase Committee.
•
The materials of higher budgets are purchased only through ‘Quotation
Method’. Quotations are invited from the concerned suppliers and after having
discussion in the meeting on these quotations, the order has been given to the
appropriate and qualitative supplier.
•
The materials of lower budgets are purchased only through the ‘Anekant
Vidyarthi Sahakari Grahak Bhandar Ltd. Jaysingpur’. It is a cooperative
organization established by teaching and non-teaching staff and the students.
•
UGC purchase committee has been established which governs all the purchases
under various UGC schemes. No expenditure is made without the detailed
discussion and sanction of the committee.
6.4.2
What are the institutional mechanisms for internal and external audit?
When was the last audit done and what are the major audit objections?
Provide the details on compliance.
Mechanism for Internal and External Audit
•
Internal Check System or Internal Audit System is followed in recording and
checking the financial record
•
Internal audit is carried out by V. K. Bastawade & Co, Jaysingpur every year.
•
Annual Audit System is followed for checking of records. M/s V A Dudhedia
and Co., Chartered Accountants, Pune has been appointed for the purpose. Since
last several years the same firm is working as a chartered accountant. The staff
of the firm visits once in the year and conduct the audit for the last financial
year.
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When was the last audit done?
•
The last audit was conducted in the month of March. The auditor has signed his
report on 31 March, 2014.
Major Audit Objections
•
There are no major audit objections in the auditor’s report.
Details on compliance
• College does not have practice of preparing and submitting compliance report to
the audit report submitted by the statutory auditor.
6.4.3
What are the major sources of institutional receipts/funding and how is the
deficit managed? Provide audited income and expenditure statement of
academic and administrative activities of the previous four years and the
reserve fund/corpus available with Institutions, if any.
Major Sources of Institutional Receipts / Funding
•
Salary Grant
: `. 5,79,63,418.00
•
UGC Grants – Plan and Non-plan Grants
: `.22,94,435.00
•
Fees from Students
: `.8,08,060.00
•
Funds from Sanstha
: `.9,87,042.00
Management of Deficit
•
There is no mechanism for management of Deficit. It is carried over year
to year and accumulated balance is shown in the Balance Sheet. Whenever
there is surplus in any year it is reduced to that extent.
Audited
Income
and
Expenditure
Statement
of
Academic
and
Administrative activities
•
Audited Receipts and Payments Account, Income and Expenditure
•
Statement and Balance Sheets of all the sections of the organizations of the
last four years are attached which provides details of financial transactions
and reserve fund available with the institution.
•
Detailed report of academic and administrative activities organized during
the last four years are also enclosed which provides year wise details of all
the functions, activities, programmes etc. conducted by the college.
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6.4.4. Give details on the efforts made by the institution in securing additional
funding and the utilization of the same. (if any)
• Additional funds are generated mostly through UGC Grants.
• Additional Fees are charged on students for various extra-curricular and cocurricular activities such as Educational Exhibition Fees, Gathering Fees etc.
• Additional funds are basically utilized for the purpose for which it is generated.
Residual funds transferred to other accounts or expenditure is shown under that
heading but utilized for other purpose.
6.5
Internal Quality Assurance System (IQAS)
6.5.1
Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC)
a. Has the institution established an Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC)? If
‘yes, what is the institutional policy with regard to quality assurance and
how has it contributed in institutionalizing the quality assurance processes?
•
Yes, the IQAC was established in the year 2004 after first accreditation and
assessment.
•
The plan of action for the institution is chalked out by the IQAC in the very
onset of the academic year itself.
•
The faculties are advised to maintain Teaching Diary, Teaching Notes, and
Annual Academic Plan etc.
•
It is mandatory for the students to put up maximum attendance both for theory
and practical classes.
•
All departments conduct curricular as well as co-curricular activities like quiz,
elocution, class room seminars, students study projects, study tours, field trips
etc.
•
Students are encouraged to participate in the activities of N.C.C, N.S.S Youth
Red Cross, anti-dowry, Gram Swachata Abhiyan and Red Ribbon Club to
imbibe the service motto among them.
•
The staff members keep themselves abreast with the latest developments in the
fields of learning and research and update their knowledge and skills by doing
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refresher courses, orientation programmes, minor and major research projects
and by attending seminars, conference, workshop etc.
b. How many decisions of the IQAC have been approved by the
management/authorities for implementation and how many of them were
actually implemented?
The IQAC submits proposals and gives suggestions regarding quality
enhancement efforts in the college.
The following are some of the proposals submitted by the IQAC :
•
Establishment of a Seminar Hall with audio-visual equipment
•
Establishment of a Digital Library, with Internet Access
•
Upgrading the campus garden
•
Construction of an open-air theatre.
•
Computerization and internet facilities of the college office
•
Conducting training in Computer Basics for both the teaching and the
non-teaching staff
•
Providing computers with internet access to all the departments
•
Installing glass boards in all classrooms
•
Adding new classrooms and laboratory by constructing the ground and
first floor on building no.2 of the college.
These proposals have been implemented.
c. Does the IQAC have external members on its committee? If so, mention any
significant contribution made by them.
•
Yes. The IQAC have two external expert members.
•
The external members have contributed significantly in terms of advices in
regard to skill oriented programmes implemented by the institution.
d. How do students and alumni contribute to the effective functioning of the
IQAC?
•
Students participate in seminars, workshops, study projects presentation,
presenting of PPT along with the regular class room tests and theory
examinations.
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•
The Alumni give suggestions for the quality enhancement and physical progress
of the institutions.
•
Through the student’s council, the students put forth their grievances to the
notice of the management.
•
Students participate in various extension activities for the development of the
institution.
E. How does the IQAC communicate and engage staff from different
constituents of the institution?
•
The coordinator of the IQAC briefs the members of the staff in the Staff Council
meetings.
•
All the heads of the department are also kept informed about the quality
initiatives of the Cell.
•
Members of the teaching and non-teaching staff are requested to attend meetings
of the cell for improving the qualitative performance of the institution.
6.5.2 Does the institution have an integrated framework for Quality assurance of
the academic and administrative activities? If ‘yes’ give details on its
operationalisation.
•
Yes, the IQAC, the Head of the Institution, the Staff Council, the Coordinators
of various committees, senior faculty work together in achieving the targets set
in the action plan of the institution.
6.5.3 Does the institution provide training to its staff for effective implementation
of the Quality assurance procedures? If ‘yes’ give details enumerating its
impact.
•
Yes, the staff members undergo orientation, refresher courses and warm up
classes for newly recruited faculty to whet their skills, which in turn go a long
way in enhancing the quality of the institution.
6.5.4 Does the institution undertake Academic Audit or other external review of
the academic provisions? If ‘yes’ how are the outcomes used to improve the
institutional activities?
Yes, Academic audit is conducted.
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•
The Academic Audit Committee regularly takes stock of the academic activities
of all the faculty and monitors whether the annual plan is implemented or not.
•
The instructions are given to overcome the lapses, if any.
•
The principal also takes the survey of the completion of syllabus through
syllabus completion report from teaching faculty.
•
The suggestions from alumni members, parents and external representative of
IQAC member are considered for academic audit of the institution and the report
is submitted to the Academic Audit Committee.
•
During the new academic year, these suggestions are given thought before
planning academic calendar.
6.5.5 How is the internal quality assurance mechanisms aligned with the
requirements of the relevant external quality assurance agencies/regulatory
authorities?
NAAC committee has accredited college with B+ in 2004. In the
accreditation report the committee made some suggestion for the improvement
of academic quality and administration. The said suggestions are welcomed and
IQAC is formed to take further decisions for better improvement. The college
principal always takes a leading role in every step for improvement.
6.5.6 What institutional mechanisms are in place to continuously review the
teaching learning process? Give details of its structure, methodologies of
operations and outcome?
•
Local Committee of college, local management council, principal and senior
faculty of the college monitoring and supervision all the academic, curricular,
extra and co-curricular, cultural and other aspects which contribute to the all
round the development of the students.
•
The principal presents a vivid report of all the activities of the college to the
Local Committee and receives suggestions.
•
The college conducts various tests and examinations from time to time and
evaluates the performance both of the staff and students.
•
The principal thoroughly interacts with the staff, faculty and assesses
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•
The Principal constantly monitors and supervises whether teaching learning
process is taking place as per the academic plan of the institution and gives the
update reports to the Local Committee in the meetings.
6.5.7
How does the institution communicate its quality assurance policies,
mechanisms
and
outcome
to
the
various
internal
and
external
stakeholders?
•
The IQAC has been making efforts to inculcate the spirit of ‘quality
consciousness in both the teaching and non-teaching staff.
•
The quality aspirations of IQAC are made known to all the staff and the
students.
•
The quality policy of the college is also discussed during the Parent-Teacher
meetings.
•
News reports and briefs about the activities and programmes of the college are
regularly circulated to both the local and state level news papers.
•
The college notice board, prospectus and website display information about the
activities of the college.
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The principles of ‘Anekantwad’ and ‘Siddhirnrenekantat’ are the cores on which
the institution is established. These two principles are exhaustive and holistic. Anekant
Education Society, Baramati is a pioneering institution having two sister colleges
located at Baramati and Jaysingpur. The Governing Council which is at top has laid
down the mission statement, the aims and objectives of its foundation. Jaysingpur
College, Jaysingpur has its Local Management Committee which administrates the
college as well as institutional matters. College has a well-organized decentralization of
workforce. At institutional level the resolutions are made by the LMC members and
principal. Further, they are carried out effectively with the help of heads of department
and the department members. For effective implementation, the principal, the viceprincipal, dept. heads and the members of each department organize periodic meetings.
There is also a feed-back mechanism to take a constant survey of the outcome of the
decisions. The principal organizes weekly and periodic meetings with vice-principles,
teaching and non-teaching staff to plan about better improvement of the college.
The college has formed IQAC for effective implementation of academic and
non-academic activities. IQAC plays a key role in improvement of quality excellence.
There are also various schemes for welfare of college staff. IQAC keeps a special focus
on the academic excellence. The institution has made available the advance computer
labs, smart class, and UGC Recourse centre for the teachers and students. The college
also runs non-grant course for B.B.A., B.C.A. and B.C.S. There are also UGC
sponsored courses like COP, Remedial, Teaching, and BPO for graduate and
undergraduate classes. College has a well-developed post-graduate section which
includes M.A., M.Com. and M.Sc. departments. There is also a good intake for these
courses. The college infrastructure is skillfully and systemically utilized for U.G. to
P.G. classes. The leading role is taken by the vice-principals and senior teachers
regarding the management of classes and practicals.
As the college is located in rural area, the hostel facility is made available for
girl-students and boy-students separately who seek educational opportunities. There is
also separate staff allocated for both the hostels. While focusing on co-curricular, extracurricular and sports activities, the institution has availed a giant infrastructural
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development for sports by developing 400 mtr. track, gymkhana and on-going
constructions of indoor stadium and swimming pool.
The principal as well as IQAC always take initiative and inspire the teaching
staff for research work. The college has also a good number of Ph.D. holders. The
teachers are also very active and enthusiastic in the presentation of major researches,
minor researches, work-shops, seminars and Lead college activities.
In the same way the intuition has been playing its role in social responsibility. College
has NCC, NSS departments to shoulder the social responsibility and also take parts in
various social activities. The intuition is also fortunate to get the all-round support from
the stake holders, alumni association and the natives of Jaysingpur city. The local
committee members take initiatives and give suggestions in plantation and
beautification of the campus.
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CRITERION VII:
INNOVATIONS AND BEST PRACTICES
7.1
Environment Consciousness
7.1.1 Does the Institute conduct a green audit of its campus and facilities?
Yes, the Botanical Garden and Medicinal Plant Committee, Nature Club
and Campus Development and Beautification Committee govern the internal
green audit of campus each year. The management, principal and these
committee members take a constant review of the campus and organize meeting
in the month of June to design the action plan to enrich the ecological milieu.
The 25 acres area of the institution is under constant surveillance of the
local committee members who always take leading role in the beautification and
innovation of the campus. Further, the NSS programme officers and NCC
officer provide support services in development and maintenance of campus
vegetation. Supportive role is also played by Department of Social Forestry,
Nagarpalika and NGOs at Jaysingpur. Following are the best practices taken to
enhance the ecological balance in the last five years.
•
Tree plantation at the railing-wall of college area and drip-irrigation to it.
•
Installation of network of irrigation throughout the college campus.
•
Modification of green house time to time.
•
Ornamentation of the western side with variety of plants.
•
Development of botanical garden adjacent to the principal cabin.
•
Tree plantation on both sides of the entry gates.
•
Installation of potted plants at departments and library.
•
A regular renovation of the front yard to curb pollution in the campus.
•
Introduced diesel generator, inverter sets and solar panels overcome
power failure.
•
Implantation of samplings supplied by the Department of Social
Forestry, Nagarpalika and NGOs.
•
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Exercise of fertilizers and biocides periodically.
7.1.2 What are the initiatives taken by the college to make the campus ecofriendly?
Energy conservation
The utmost care is taken while introducing infrastructural facilities.
There is a proper ventilation provision set up in the class rooms, laboratories and
library for energy conservation. Further, the computing system is supported with
power-saving devices. The necessary preventative measures are communicated
to the faculty and the students for power consumption. In case of electronic
gadgets and appliances, they are immediately switched off and unplugged after
the work over. A solar panel is installed on the experimental based to conserve
the energy source. The institution takes regular preventive maintenance of
electric appliances and gadgets to enhance the efficiency and to save the energy.
To reduce the pollution due to carbon dioxide, No Vehicle Day is observed on
1st date of each month.
Use of renewable energy
Solar energy system is installed in the computer laboratories as well as
office. Solar street lights are located at Girls’ hostel and Boys’ hostel.
Water harvesting
The rain water from terrace is properly canalized during rainy season.
The storage tank of 10,000 liters capacity constructed underground at the
western side of new building. The rain water is accumulated to use as distilled
water for chemistry practical. A percolation pit of 20’ x 20’ is excavated in
western part of the central building.
Check dam construction
There is a check dam constructed in the nearing adopted village Haroli
(Jaysingpur) by the NSS department and 100 volunteers during last three years.
Efforts for Carbon neutrality
The college takes leading steps for neutrality of carbon by plantation.
The water sprinkle system is installed at botanical garden and in front of the
central building to defuse the percentage of carbon.
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Plantation
The major focus of tree plantation is adjoining the central building
college and near the gates. The local committee members take initiatives and
give suggestions in plantation and beautification of the campus. Nearly, 100
seedlings are implanted every year supplied by Forest Department and NGOs. In
addition to this, tick and coconut plantation is conserved in vicinity of principal
residence. The institution campus is flourished with variety of medicinal,
ornamental and experiment-based plants which is a greatest natural resource for
the environment. There is a special workforce to maintain and look after the
greenery in the campus.
Hazardous waste management
•
Fume hood system is installed in M. Sc. Chemistry labs.
•
Exhaust fans are installed to lessen the effect of hazards chemicals.
•
The hazardous chemical waste material produced during practical is properly
neutralized through the soak pits at the department.
•
The solid waste material from other labs is segregated and disposed from time
to time.
•
Decomposable solid waste is used as manure in botanical garden.
E-waste management
•
The e-waste produced from the computers and electronic gadgets is collected
periodically and sold to the local scrap agents.
•
Some of the e-waste material is reused by making certain improvement and
repair by the concerned departments.
7.2
Innovations
7.2.1 Give details of innovations introduced during the last four years which have
created a positive impact on the functioning of the college.
Following are the innovations introduced during last four years.
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•
Business Process Outsourcing
•
Bakery and Confectionary
•
Bachelor of Vocational Science (1) Automobile (2) Printing and Publishing
•
Plant Tissue Culture
•
Personality Development,
•
Television and Video Production.
•
COC programmes
•
Remedial Coaching
•
Educational and Science Exhibition
•
Automation of library department.
•
Two INSPIRE programmes.
•
National Anthem (Value Orientation) promoting national culture and
awareness about citizenship
•
Skill development courses
•
Employability creating courses
•
ICT training held at Himachal Pradesh University,Simala.
Infrastructural
There is a vast infrastructural development of 2711.39 sq.m. seen during
the last four years. It has changed the façade of the institution and resulted into a
steady rise in the enrollments for all the courses. The institution has availed
well-furnished infrastructure for the courses introduced during the last four
years. Further, there is segregate research labs installed for Chemistry and
Physics. Recently two new labs are equipped for computer science and food
science.
All the essentials physical facilities are allotted to U.G. and P.G.
departments. In the library, a special infrastructural provision is procured for
OPAC and N-LIST programme. The departments of physical education, NSS,
NCC and competitive examination centre have been provided separate
infrastructural facilities. The institution has incurred a special development grant
of `. 2.28 crore for Girls’ hostel, indoor-stadium and swimming pool. In
addition to this, an open-air auditorium costing `. 4, 26,845/- is under
construction near the central building of the institution.
Admission and Scholarships
The institution has adopted online admission process through MKCL.
The admission committees are formed in support with the faculty members and
administrative staff for different wings. These committees work to give easy
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access to the students enrolling in the college. During the admission, scholarship
and free-ship forms are collected.
Academic and evaluation
The academic activities have obtained momentum during last four years.
These activities are pre-planned and academic calendar is prepared in the month
of April. Further, academic annual budget is prepared by the faculty members
and submitted to the head of department. To improve the quality of teachinglearning, the faculty members generate study material from various sources.
Each faculty has initiated departmental library for the students’ reference. The
institution has instigated P.G. courses for M.A./M.Com/M.Sc.
The institution has adapted semester exam pattern from its affiliated
university since 2008-09. In addition to this, there are test-tutorials, topic-tests
and surprise-tests conducted to improve the academic performance of the
students. Remedial coaching programme is especially designed for SC/ST/OBC/
Minority and the weak students.
Professional courses
During last four years, the institution has introduced Career Oriented
Courses like 1) English language and communication skills. 2) Food, water soil
and quality control. 3) Information and Computer application 4) Business
Process and Outsourcing 5) Bakery and Food Confectionary. The vocational
courses like BBA, BCA and BCS are also introduced. These courses endow
skill-based training to the students. There is a good number enrollment of
students for these courses. After completion of such courses, the students get
placements in corporate sectors and other industries. The students can also start
their own firm or domestic industry
Research potential
The institution deploys a good number of research activities that properly
indoctrinate research potential in the faculty and students. Most of teaching
faculty secured Ph.D. and M. Phil degree during last four years. One FIP
fellowship, Two major research and 19 minor research projects are being
executed by the concerned faculties. Science faculty has signed MoUs with local
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and international institution. Further, the institution has established Chemistry
Research Lab and Resource Center with the special grant from UGC. There is
independent computer lab for ICT based courses. INSPIRE programme has
sponsored by DST for the year 2012-13 and 2013-14.
Fund stipulation
UGC is the major fund providing agency to the institution for
infrastructural development, academic practices and research activities. Further,
the institution at its own level bears the various expenditure heads like electricity
bill, water bill, stationary, TA-DA, furniture, non-grant salary and maintenance.
There are also funding agency like DST-INSPIRE, university, state and central
government.
Fund Utilization during 2009-2014
S. N.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Funding Agency
UGC
L.M.C.
DST INSPIRE
University (NSS)
Central Govt.(NCC)
State Govt.
Funds Released
`.2,44,23,176/`.1,10,61,637/`.19,50,000/`.4,73,203/`. 3,56,400./`.2,00,000/-
Community Services
The institution also shoulders its community role by means of various
practices. The college ground was made available for Agriculture Expo
organized by Swabhimani Shetkari Sanghatana during 1st to 3rd May, 2010.
Further, Bhirdi Auditorium is given on per-day rental charges for meetings and
seminars of local banks and societies. The infrastructure of institution is utilized
for the community services provided by Madhurangan (local NGO), Yoga Club
and Fitness Club.
The western segment of the central building was assigned to Moulana
Azad Urdu University, center during 2006-2011. In addition to this, the NCC
and NSS department organized Blood Donation Camp, Medical Check-up
Camp, clean village camp and awareness programmes and rallies.
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Career Guidance and placements
The institution takes apprehensive efforts to provide career guidance and
placement services to the graduate students. A special grant of `.1.5 lakh was
sanctioned to establish Anekant Competitive Examination Center in 2009-10 to
guide the students for various competitive and entrance exams. The Career
Guidance Cell and Placement Cell provide placement services to the students.
44 students were selected in various companies through the campus selection.
Technological up gradation
Nearly, all departments and administration are upgraded with advance
computing systems to enhance better performance in academics and
administrations. There are 120 computers configured and internet facility is
made available through LAN. Further, BPO, Bakery and Confectionary,
Computer lab and Resource center also established during last four years. The
resourceful faculties organize ICT based lectures to add innovativeness in
teaching-learning.
Staff conscription
During the last four years, the institution has appointed a good number of
well-qualified and learned teaching faculties in the various departments. There
are nine senior, nine junior and five non-teaching appointments given in
grantable section. Further, nearly seventy-nine CHB and seventeen daily wages
staff appointed for non-grant section.
Library reinforcement
The library services are upgraded with NLIST programme, OPAC and
internet facilities. Nearly, 6426 books are newly added under different UGC
schemes. Further, the books coasting `. 50,000/- purchased for competitive
exams from the funds released by state government.
Sports and games
With traditional events, the department of physical education has
introduced soft-ball event for the students. There is a great scope given to
recreational and leisure prospective of the students. There is a good number of
students attempting for zonal, inter-zonal, state and national level competitions.
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Self-generated Financial
The institution has provided lease-based accommodation facility to
Anekant Patsanstha, Anekant Grahak Bhandar and College Canteen for
eleventh month. Further, Bhirdi auditorium, ground and gymnasium are also
rented for various purposes.
7.3
Best Practices
7.3.1 Elaborate on any two best practices as per the annexed format
Which have contributed to the achievement of the Institutional Objectives
and /or contributed to the Quality improvement of the core activities of the
college?
BEST PRACTICE – I: Educational and Science Exhibition
Goal
This is an endeavor to give exposure to curricular activities through
various preplanned presentation. This predisposes innovative approach among
students and
instills the research bias in the students and the faculty. Further,
the conceptual understanding is fostered through individual and team
coordination. It sustains ICT based knowledge exchange and synchronizes
classroom information with outstretch activities. The models, demonstrations,
projects set up exercise skill-based training programmes for the students. This
is an attempt to equip the students for virtual practices providing applicationbased potential for the future opportunities in and across the nation. Further,
such efforts tend the students for global challenges and promote the
technological up gradation to stand in global market. This is a venture to identify
the excellence in the students and encourage it in the development of nation.
This caters opportunity to the students for the true quest of knowledge through
imbibing the role of the library and mass-media in self-learning.
The context
The institution has a good number of faculties to run various courses
projecting academic and professional activities for the students.
Through
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introducing this exhibition, the institution has led the students from rural areas to
stimulate their innovative ideas and put them in the practice on experimental
base. The students with absolute imagination use their knowledge and skill
through the availability of infrastructure, equipments, resource material and ICT
information. They undergo an experimental stage of implementing their subject
resources for the research endorsement.
The Practice:
The very idea of Educational and Science Exhibition has taken root from
Anekant Education Society’s T.C.College, Baramati. The principal introduced
the innovative idea as a complementary effort leading to the Annual Day of the
college in 2010. The Educational and Science Exhibition Committee organizes
and governs the activities. Further, the committee offers the special privilege to
each faculty to come out with their innovative projects, presentations and
models. The science faculties present their demonstrations in the laboratories
while the arts and commerce faculties are proffered with classrooms to present
their materials and models. The Expert Committee observes the models installed
by the students and faculties to select the first three best performances. These
three performances are judged for the awards.
Educational and Science Exhibition Committee
•
Dr.R.D.Mane
: Convenor (Science)
•
Dr.P.B.Patil
: Convenor ( Arts/Commerce)
•
Dr.N.L.Kadam
: Member
•
Dr.B.M.Sargar
: Member
•
Dr.S.R.Sabale
: Member
•
Dr.P.T.Mane
: Member
•
Dr.P.P.Chikode
: Member
•
Shri. M.D.Kumbhar
: Member
•
Shri. H.G. Pawar
: Member
Evidence of Success
The impact of this activity is remarkable during last four years. This has
created a steady interest in the students to take efforts for its better presentation.
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The students are seen taking lead to present the data and available sources in
progressive way. There is a momentum seen in furnishing the models, charts and
projects by the students. Healthy competition has become part of interdepartment and intra-department activities which has cultivated a new approach
towards the practical-based presentation of the same subject matter. It caters the
presentation and marketing skills through applied practices.
Problems encountered and resources required
As it was an innovative idea for the students, the main difficulty was
regarding the selection of the presentation topic and the material required for it.
The students were unable to decide about a particular project for the exhibition.
Further, the faculties had a major problem of distribution of groups and the
members. Some faculties faced problems for getting material for their projects.
The committee also faced problem of fund availability which later on
managed from UGC funds under innovative practices. There were a few
problems about place availability and furniture require for the activities. The
computer, LCD and internet facilities were used by the students to present the
generated information. Expenditure heads for various resources enlisted below,
S.N.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Expenditure heads
Material
External resources
Prizes
Certificates
Photos/ Video shooting
Amount
`.1,50,000/`.48,200/`.11,642
`.22,000/`.27,000/-
Contact details
Name of the Principal
: Dr. M.M.Gandhi
Name of the Institution
: Jaysingpur College,Jaysingpur
Accredited Status
: B+
Work Phone
: 02322-225381
Fax
:02322-226481
Website
: www.jaysingpurcollege.in
email
: jspcollegejsp@gmail.com
Mobile
: 09881673580
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BEST PRACTICE –II: Remedial Coaching
Goal
As the institution has a good number of student enrollments from rural
areas and socially backward classes, this course aims to provide supplementary
coaching to these students. Further, this course also provide an opportunity to
the weaker performance students in arts, commerce and science faculties. This is
an attempt to equip the students to competitive examinations and placements.
Through this course the weaker students are identified and special classes are
planned to encourage the students to reduce the percentage of failures and
dropouts. This course is specially designed for the overcrowded classes where
such students are not justified. Such student’s gets encouragement through the
remedial coaching as the number of students enrolled for remedial coaching is
very limited. This course is also designed to give momentum to academic
performance and final results. The rational of the course is to take efforts to
bring the students in the flow of education and increase their academic
performance. In addition this, the various practices in this course help to develop
the students’ confidence and personality to face the obstacles in their future life.
The context
The college has intake of students from the various social stratum. The
major enrollment of the students is from farmers’ families and socially
backward classes like SC, ST and OBC where these families are basically
deprived of educational surrounding and opportunities. Such deficient students
are admitted to remedial coaching classes in different faculties in arts, commerce
and science. After the admission process, the students having poor performance
in earlier classes are identified and their respective areas of difficulties are sortout in the beginning.
The Practice
The institution has formed Remedial Coaching Class Committee which
governs the practices in remedial teaching. This committee initiates the task
after the admission process and circulates the notices through the departments.
The committee collects the reports of deficient students from the concerned
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faculties based on the result analysis of the previous year. Further, these reports
are verified and the students are selected from SC, ST, OBC and minority
categories. The students are enrolled for various subjects like Physics,
Mathematics, Statistics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology, English and Accounting.
The faculty has freedom in design of the syllabus as per the need of the students.
A separate time-table is prepared as per the availability of the classrooms and
the students. 20 periods are allotted to each faculty and test tutorials are
conducted. The teachers use various the teaching methods like lecture,
demonstration, debate and group discussion. The teachers encourage the
students for positive learning where the role of teacher is only of a facilitator.
Evidence of Success
There has been a virtual and instantaneous result seen in the remedial
coaching course during last four years. This course has provided the opportunity
to the students for getting the subject matter in its simplest form. There is also
slow and steady improvement in the academic performance of the students. The
passing percentage of these students has crossed the earlier mark.
The visual
impact is seen in the confidence and the personality of the students. The
behavioural change is also noticed in the rural and socially deprived students.
There is a good number of students enrolled for remedial coaching classes
during the present academic year.
Problems encountered and resources required
The committee has to face many challenges while initiating this remedial
coaching course. The first and foremost problem is about selection of the
students with weaker areas. The committee decided to evaluate the performance
of first year students in the difficulty areas. Based on this report the students are
selected for remedial coaching. Time availability is the second obstacle to deal
with as the major students are from rural areas. Considering this problem,
weekly two days schedule is planed for the course.
It is also difficult to
complete syllabus in limited periods. For this, the teachers use techniques of
group discussion, debate and assignment task.
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The infrastructure and furniture facility is made available by the
institution. The economical resource is generated through UGC funding and
utilized for purchasing books and allotment of remuneration for the staff. The
students are enrolled without any economical burden.
Contact details
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Name of the Principal
: Dr. M. M. Gandhi
Name of the Institution
:Jaysingpur College, Jaysingpur
Accredited Status
: B+
Work Phone
: 02322-225381
Fax
:02322-226481
Website
: www.jaysingpurcollege.in
Email
: jspcollegejsp@gmail.com
Mobile
: 09881673580
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The institution covers the green audit of campus and facilities available at
disposal. It has a well-planned implementation of academic and infrastructural
development with proper environment consciousness. The Botanical Garden and
Medicinal Plant Committee, Nature Club, Campus Development and Beatification
Committee render the upkeep and economical balance of the environment in the
institution. These committees take a constant survey of the environment practices and
convey their suggestions to the principal and IQAC for enhancing the better condition.
The NSS, NCC, local NGO, Municipality and social services organization
provide healthy services to organize environment based activity like Tree Plantation
Programme, Environment Rally, energy awareness drives and clean village camps. In
addition to this, the institution plays active role in resource management by various
means like rain water harvesting, drip irrigation, green house installation and energy
conservation. It is also keen about carbon neutrality, hazardous and solid management,
e-waste management and use of natural resources. The infrastructural and technological
up-gradation keeps concern with environment balance in the institution. The institution
undergoes continuous progress in terms of sports and games which have brought a great
scope for students in zonal, inter-zonal, state and national level events.
During last four years, the institution two best practices namely Educational and
Science Exhibition and Remedial Coaching. These best practices provide educational
and research opportunities to rural and backward students in Shirol Taluka. Educational
and Science Exhibition is activity which imparts exposure to the students to present
there hidden talent and bring out there research aptitude. This acquaints them with
various scientific theories, models and projects. It provides a platform to them for
analytical research activities.
The remedial coaching is a special effort made in concern with the students
having vernacular background. The maximum intake of college is from the village
surrounding Jaysingpur Township, so the institution faces major problems in imparting
the technological and advanced knowledge to the rustics. Remedial coaching has a main
objective to bring these students of first generation learning and of vernacular
background to a common flow of normal learning parameters. It also avails
opportunities to such students to stand in the corporate world by developing their
academic and social character.
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EVALUATIVE REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF
MARATHI
1. Name of the Department
Marathi
2. Year of Establishment
1964
3. Names of Programmes / Courses offered
U.G. B.A.
(UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated
P.G. M..A.
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)
4. Names of Interdisciplinary courses
and the departments/units involved
B.Com.
5. Annual/ semester/choice based
U.G. - Semester
credit system (programme wise)
P.G. - Semester
6. Participation of the department in the
Courses offered by other departments
Nil
7. Courses in collaboration with other
Universities, industries, foreign institutions, etc.
8. Details of courses/programmes discontinued
(if any) with reasons
9. Number of Teaching posts (02)
Professors
Associate Professors
Asst. Professors
CHB
Total
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Nil
Nil
Sanctioned
-01
01
00
02
Filled
-01
01
00
02
10. Faculty profile with name qualification, designation, specialization,
(D.Sc./D.Litt./Ph. D. / M. Phil. etc.,)
Name
Qualification
Dr.N.P. Sawant
M.A., NET,
Ph.D
Shri.S.B.
Daphalapurkar
M.A. SET
Designation
No. of
No. of Ph. D,
Specializa years of
Students
tion
Experienc guided for the
e
Last 4 years
Associate
Professor
Assist.
Professor
Prose
16
years
Nil
Prose
05
years
Nil
11. List of senior visiting faculty:
•
Dr. Raffik Mulla
- M.A. Ph.D
•
Dr. Amar Kamble
- M.A, Ph.D
•
Dr. Bharati Kolekar
- M.A, NET/SET
•
Dr. Yashwant Chavan
- M.A, Ph.D
•
Shri. Shantaram Kamble
- M.A, Ph.D
•
Shri. Eaknath Patil
- M.A, Ph.D
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled (programme wise) by
temporary faculty
4 Periods / Week
13. Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise) : UG -168: 1
PG - 34 : 1
14. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff; sanctioned
and filled
Nil
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil/PG.
Sr. No
Name of faculty member
Educational Qualification
1
Dr. N.P Sawant
M.A., Ph. D, NET
2
Shri. S.B. Daphalapurkar
M.A., SET.
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from
a) National
b) International funding agencies and grants received.
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Name of
Sr.
faculty
No
Project title
member
Dr.N.P.
Sawant
1
Total
Total grant
Sancationed
grant
received
Funding
Status
agency
Striyanchya
aatmacharitratil
wangmayin
20000
20000
UGC
Completed
gunvatta
17. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and total
grants
received
20,000/-
In Tenth plan Rs. -------Nil----------- Granted by UGC in following heads
Books and Journal – 20000/18. Research Centre /facility recognized by the University
Nil
19. Publications:
a) Publication per faculty
Sr. No
1
Name of faculty member
Dr. N.P. Sawant
Publication within Five
years
Total publication
05
05
* Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national / international)
by faculty and students
* Number of publications listed in International Database (For Eg: Web of
Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)
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* Monographs
Nil
* Chapter in Books
Nil
* Books Edited
Nil
* Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of publishers
Nil
* Citation Index
Nil
* SNIP
Nil
* SJR
Nil
* Impact factor
Nil
* h-index
Nil
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated
Nil
21. Faculty as members in
Nil
a) National committees
Nil
b) International Committees
Nil
c) Editorial Boards
Chief and assistant. Editor,
‘Jaydeep’, college Magazine
22. Student projects
B.A. III
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter
departmental / programme
100%
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the
institution i. e .in Research laboratories/Industry/other agencies
Nil
23. Awards/ Recognitions received by faculty and students
•
Dr. N. P. Sawant: Recognition as Research Guide by Shivaji University,
Kolhapur..
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department visitors
•
Dr. Mohan Patil – Rural author inidlines for student
•
Dr. Shivkumar Sonalkar, senet member Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
•
Dr. Raju Malagi.
•
Dr. Avinash Sapre
25. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding
a) National
Nil
b) International
Nil
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26. Student profile programme/course wise:
Name of
the course
Applications
received
Enrolled
B.A.III
20
Male
13
M.A.II
35
13
Female
05
25
Passing
Percentage
Male
Female
87%
100%
awaited
27. Diversity of Students
Name of the
course
B. A.
% of students from
the same state
100 %
% of students
from other state
Nil
%of students
from abroad
Nil
M. A
100 %
Nil
Nil
28. How many students have cleared national and
state competitive examinations such as NET, SLET,
GATE, Civil services, Defense services, etc. ?
Nil
29. Student progression
%
Student progression
UG to PG
40%
PG to M. Phil
10%
PG to Ph. D
05%
Ph. D to Post Doctoral
-
Employed
•
Campus selection
•
Other than campus requirement
Nil
Entrepreneurship/self-employment
50%
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library
Yes,
Department
library
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b) Internet facilities for Staff and Students
Nil
c) Class rooms with ICT facility
Nil
d) Laboratories
Nil
have
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,
Government or other agencies
•
Yes, all the students belonging to SC/ ST/OBC/NT/SBC/ Minorities/
Handicapped etc get scholarship from the state Government and Central
governments central merit scholarship.
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops /
seminar) with external experts.
•
Special lectures, Seminar, Educational Exhibition, Organized study tour.
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning
•
Lecture, Black Board, Seminar, Chart
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities
•
Tree plantation through N.S.S.Students, Rally, Blood Donation camps.
•
Environmental Awareness.
35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans
Strengths:
•
Faculty with advance Research abilities and Qualification
•
Faculty with proficiency in creative writing
•
Departmental Library
Weaknesses:
•
Less No. of Students enrolment.
Opportunities:
•
To prepare the student for state and central services
•
Teacher, professor, author, reporter, Editor, Generalism
Challenges:
•
Established to Bhashabhuvan
Future plans:
•
Arrange the state level seminar
•
Arrange college catta-sahitya-charcha
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EVALUATIVEREPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF HINDI
1. Name of the department
Hindi
2. Year of Establishment
UG - 1968,
PG - 2010
3. Names of Programmes / Courses offered
(UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated
UG - B.A.
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)
PG - M.A.
4. Names of Interdisciplinary courses
Nil
and the departments/units involved
5. Annual/ semester/choice based
Semester - U.G.
credit system (programme wise)
Annual - P.G.
6. Participation of the department in the
Nil.
courses offered by other departments
7. Courses in collaboration with other
Nil
universities, industries, foreign institutions, etc.
8. Details of courses/programmes discontinued
(if any) with reasons
9. Number of Teaching posts (02)
Nil
Sanctioned
-02
--
Professors
Associate Professors
Asstt. Professors
Filled
-02
--
--
P.G. Non Grantable(contributary)
04
10. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization,
(D.Sc./D.Litt./Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,) :
No. of
years of
Experien
ce
No. of Ph. D,
Students
guided for the
Last 4 years
Name
Qualification
Designation
Specializat
ion
Dr.S.B. Bansode
M.A., M.Phil,
Ph.D., SET
Assot. Prof.
Prose
22
One
Mrs.S.G.
Sansuddi
M.A., M.Phil
Assot. Prof.
Prose
18
-
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11. List of senior visiting faculty :
•
Prof. S. R. Dalavi, Dr. Sharad Pawar, Sou. A. A. Chougule, Sou. M.S. Chougule,
Mrs. R.T. Jangam
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical
B.A. 0%
classes handled (programme wise) by temporary faculty
M.A. 100%
13. Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise):
UG.- 69: 1
PG.-
13:1
14. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff; sanctioned
and filled - Nil
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil/PG.
Sr. No
Name of faculty member
Educational Qualification
1
Dr. S.B. Bansode
M.A., M. Phil, Ph.D., SET
2
Mrs.S.G. Sansuddi
M.A., M.Phil
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from
a) National
b) International funding agencies and grants received
Sr.
No
1
2
Name of faculty
member
Project title
Total grant
Sanctioned
Nil
Total
grant
received
Funding
agency
Redas
Aur
Sant
Chokhamela
Ke
70,000
UGC
Sahityame Samajik
Vichar
Twentyone Century
Ke Dashak Ke Hindi
Mrs.S.G. Sansuddi
70,000
UGC
Upanyas Aur Uttar
Adhunikata
17. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc.
Dr. S.B.
Bansode
and total grants received
Status
Ongoing
Ongoing
1,40000/-
In Tenth plan Rs. -Nil. Granted by UGC in following heads
Books and Journal
-
20000/-
Equipments :
-
60000/-
Travel :
-
40000/-
Countigancy :
-
20000/-
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18. Research Centre /facility recognized by the University
Nil
19. Publications:
* a) Publication per faculty
Publication within
five year
21
02
Name of faculty member
Sr. No
1
2
Dr. S.B. Bansode
Mrs.S.G. Sansuddi
Total
Publication
28
04
* Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
international) by faculty and students
14
* Number of publications listed in International Database (For Eg: Web of
Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)
* Monographs
Nil
* Chapter in Books
15
* Books Edited
12
* Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of publishers
03
•
Shravankumar Goswami Ka Upanayasik Samajshashtra
•
Kavi Jayprakash Kardam Ek Adhayan
•
Anant Shevadeji Ka Nari Charitra Upanyasame
* Citation Index
Nil
* SNIP
Nil
* SJR
Nil
* Impact factor
1.7604
* h-index
Nil
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated- 2010-2011
21. Faculty as members in
a) National committees
Daxin Bharat Hindi Prachar Parishad
Maharashtra Hindi Parishad
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b) International Committees -
Nil
c) Editorial Boards
Nil
22. Student projects
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter
departmental / programme
B. A. III 100%
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the
institution i. e .in Research laboratories/Industry/other agencies
Nil
23. Awards/ Recognitions received by faculty and students
Nil
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department
•
Dr. Sardar, Dr. P.S. Patil, Kailsnath Tripathi, Mujawar
25. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding
a) National
01
b) International
Nil
26. Student profile programme/course wise:
Name of the course/
Programme
B.A. III
M.A II
Applications
received
18
24
Enrolled
Male Female
18
06
14
Pass percentage
Male
Female
86%
83%
93%
27. Diversity of Students
Name of the
course
B.A.
M. A
% of students from
the same state
100 %
100 %
% of students from
other state
Nil
Nil
%of students
from abroad
Nil
Nil
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such
as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services, etc. ?
•
Shri. Kamble B.V. in 2009-10
29. Student progression
Student progression
UG to PG
PG to M. Phil
PG to Ph. D
Ph. D to Post Doctoral
Employed
• Campus selection
• Other than campus recuirment
Entrepreneurship/self-employment
Against % enrolled
10 to 20 %
5%
01%
Nil
Nil
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30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library –
b) Internet facilities for Staff and Students
c) Class rooms with ICT facility
Yes – Departmental Library
Nil
Nil
d) Laboratories
Nil
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,
Government or other agencies
Yes, all the students belonging to SC/ ST/OBC/NT/SBC/ Minorities/ Handicapped
etc get scholarship from the state Government and Central governments central
merit scholarship.
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops/ seminar)
with external experts
• Hindi Divas
• Special Lecture organized for M.A. Students - Mrs – J.V. Patil
• Hindi dept. Educational Exhibition Jaysingpur
• Study Tour
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning
• Oral, Seminar, Projects, Lecturer and PPT
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and
• Extension activities
Nil
35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans
Strengths :
• Faculty with advance research abilities and qualification
• Faculty with proficiency in creative writing
• Departmental Library
Weaknesses:
• Less number of students enrolment
Opportunities:
• As a translator in bank, central government offices, Ministry of state and
central, Printing and Eletronic Media, Cenema and T.V serial script
writing.
Challenges:
• To achieve 100% Result
Future plans:
• To start research activity in the Department
• To arrange National Conference
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EVALUATIVE REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH
1. Name of the Department :-
English
2. Year of Establishment:-
June 1964
3. Names of Programmes / Courses offered
UG- B.A
(UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)
4. Names of Interdisciplinary courses
B.Sc., BBA, BCA, BCS
and the departments/units involved
5. Annual/ semester/choice based
Semester
credit system (programme wise)
6. Participation of the department in the
Visiting Lectures for
courses offered by other departments
B.Sc., BBA, BCS, BCA
7. Courses in collaboration with other
Nil
universities, industries, foreign institutions, etc.
8. Details of courses/programmes discontinued
Nil
(if any) with reasons
9. Number of Teaching posts (04)
Sanctioned
Filled
Professors
--Associate Professors
01
01
Asstt. Professors
03
01
CHB
00
03
Total
04
05
* Government permission awaited for filling full time vacancies. However,
government
has allowed appointment of teacher on lecture basis. (CHB)
1. Faculty
profile
with
name,
qualification,
(D.Sc./D.Litt./Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,) :
262
designation,
specialization,
Name
Dr.Mrs. M.M Gandhi
Dr.(Mrs.) S.S. Shelake
Mr.K.H. Nikam
Mr. S. B.Valivade
Mr. K. B. Chavan
Qualification
Designation
Specializati
on
No. of years
of
Experience
M.A M.Ed.,
M.phil., Ph.D.
PGCTE
Associate
professor
Linguistics
36 Years
Nil
M.A., Ph.D.,
Asstt.
Professor
Literature
21 Years
Nil
M.A.
C HB
14 Years
M.A. B.Ed
C HB
06 Years
M.A. B.Ed
C HB
06 Years
11. List of senior visiting faculty :
Nil
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled (programme
wise) by temporary faculty
B.A. – 25.10%
B.Com. – 50.%
B.Sc. – 92 %
13. Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise)
B.A. – 87 :1
B.Com – 86 :1
B.Sc. – 207:1
14. Number of academic support staff (technical)
Nil
and administrative staff; sanctioned and filled
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil/PG.
Sr. No
1
2
3
4
5
No. of Ph.
D, Students
guided for
the Last 4
years
Name of faculty member
Dr. Mrs. M.M Gandhi
Dr.(Mrs.) S.S. Shelake
Mr.K.H.Nikam
Mr. S. B.Valivade
Mr. K. B. Chavan
Educational Qualification
M.A., M.Ed., M.Phil., Ph.D., PGCTE.
M.A., Ph.D.
M.A.
M.A. B.Ed
M.A. B.Ed
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Nil
Nil
Nil
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from
a) National
Name of
faculty
member
Dr.(Mrs.)
S.S. Shelake
b) International funding agencies and grants received
Project title
Total grant
Sanctioned
Total
grant
received
Funding
agency
Status
Major Contribution of Mahesh
Dattani to the Indian Drama in
English
1,30.000
1,30.000
UGC
On
going
17. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc.
and total grants received –
1,30,000/-
In Tenth plan
Books and Journal – 35000/-
Equipments –
50000/-
Travel –
20000/-
Countigancy –
25000/-
0
Special need - 0
Chemicals –
18. Research Centre /facility recognized by the University
One faculty is recognized M. Phil. Teacher
19. Publications:
* a) Publication per faculty
Sr. No Name of faculty member
Publication within five Total publication
years
1
Dr. (Mrs). M.M Gandhi
Literary Articles 32
Literary Articles 32
Dr.(Mrs) S.S. Shelake
Research papers - 06
Research papers-06
Literary Articles - 19
Literary Articles -19
Critical Articles - 03
Critical Articles – 03
2
Poems
- 78
Poems
-78
Anthology of Poems- 01
Anthology of Poems- 01
Total
- 107
Total
- 107
* Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national / international)
by faculty and students
•
Dr.(Mrs.) S.S. Shelake
Four (06) Research Papers.
* Number of publications listed in International Database (For Eg: Web of
Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)
* Monographs
264
Nil
Nil
* Chapter in Books
Nil
* Books Edited
Nil
* Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of publishers
Nil
* Citation Index
Nil
* SNIP
Nil
* SJR
Nil
* Impact factor
Nil
* h-index
Nil
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated
Nil
21. Faculty as members in
a) National committees
Nil
b) International Committees
Nil
c) Editorial Boards….
•
Dr. Mrs. M.M Gandhi:
1. Chief Editor of “Proceedings of The State level Seminar on “Human
Rights”
2. Sub Editor for the College Magazine,Jaydeep” 2008-09
•
Dr.(Mrs.) S.S. Shelake :
1. Sub Editor for the College Magazine , “Jaydeep” for 2010 to 13
2. Sub. Editor for online research journal “ Wamyug”
22. Student projects
Nil
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter
departmental/programme
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations
Nil
Nil
outside the institution i. e .in Research laboratories/Industry/
other agencies
23. Awards/ Recognitions received by faculty and students
Nil
1.Dr. Mrs. S. S. Shelake- ‘Savitrichya Leki’ Meritorious Teacher Award.
2. Received two State Level Awards for creative book ‘ Rutubimb’
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to
Nil
the department
265
25. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding
a) National
Nil
b) International
Nil
26. Student profile programme/course wise: (for 2013-14)
Name of the course
B. A. III (Spl)
Applications
received
11
B. A. III (Comp)
133
Enrolled
Male Female
09
02
117
Passing %
Male Female
100% 100%
16
96%
100 %
27. Diversity of Students
Name of the
% of students from the
% of students from
course
same state
other state
BA
100 %
Nil
B.Com
100 %
Nil
B.Sc.
100 %
Nil
28. How many students have cleared national and
%of students from
abroad
Nil
Nil
Nil
02
State competitive examinations such as NET, SLET,
GATE, Civil services, Defense services, etc.?
29. Students progression
Student progression
UG to PG
PG to M. Phil
PG to Ph. D
Ph. D to Post Doctoral
Employed
• Campus selection
• Other than campus recruitment
Entrepreneurship/self-employment
Against % enrolled
70
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
15-20
15-20
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library:
•
266
Yes, departmental library with 45 books.
b) Internet facilities for Staff and Students
Yes
c) Class rooms with ICT facility
Yes
d) Laboratories
Yes
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,
Government or other agencies
•
94
Yes, all the students belonging to SC/ ST/OBC/NT/SBC/ Minorities/
Handicapped, etc. get scholarship from the State Government and
Central Government’s Central Merit Scholarship.
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops/ Seminars )
with external experts.
•
Study tour, Participation in Educational Exhibition, Departmental Wallpaper, Departmental Film Appreciation Group, Participation in Book
Lovers’ Club
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning
•
Lecture method, using models, charts and Audio / Visual techniques, QuestionAnswer Sessions, etc. , Power-point presentations, Use of ICT, Group
Discussion, Project Method, Seminar
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension
Activities•
Faculty members and students participate in social welfare activities
like AIDS awareness program, Blood donation camps, Blood group
check up camps, Participation in NSS camps etc.(ISR)
•
The department runs three Add-On Courses as extension activity.
UGC-COC in “Communication Skills in English”
"Proficiency in the Use of English” under Adult and Continuing Education
Centre, SUk.
Remedial Coaching for weaker students.
35. SWOC analysis of the Department and Future plans
Strengths:
•
Two permanent staff members are Ph.D. holders with advance research abilities
and qualifications.
•
Faculty with proficiency in creative writing.
•
Disciplined and motivated student population.
•
Separately allotted classroom.
267
•
Well-equipped departmental library with facility of independent reading or study
room.
•
One teacher is Research Guide for M.Phil.
•
The department runs three(03) Add-On courses
•
Active participation in Educational Exhibition activities.
•
Use of ICT resources.
•
Departmental language lab.
Weaknesses:
•
Faculty vacancy for want of government permission.
•
Comparatively less number of students enrolled for the subject due to rural area.
•
The students get less quantity of exposure to the communicative events.
Opportunities:
•
The students can get exposure to the Classics in literature through the use of
technology and media.
•
Opportunities to develop communication skills.
•
Training in socialization skills.
•
Helpful for various competitive exams.
•
Scope for self-employment
Challenges:
•
To remove the deep rooted apprehension in the minds of the students at large for
the English subject.
•
Irregular attendance of the students due to agricultural background.
•
Lack of opportunities in use of English with communicative approach at home
and in the social milieu.
•
To increase number of students for optional and special level.
•
To improve academic performance of students.
Future plans:
268
•
We would like to enhance research activities in the department.
•
Planning to organize national conference.
•
Starting of English vocational (functional English) and PG centre.
•
•
•
Efforts to get government permission to fill faculty vacancies
Motivate students to seek admission for English language programme.
Efforts to improve English communication skills of rural students.
269
EVALUATIVE REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF GEOGRAPHY
1. Name of the department
Geography
2. Year of Establishment
1970
3. Names of Programmes / Courses offered
U.G- B. A
(UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)
4. Names of Interdisciplinary courses
Social Ecology (IDS) B. A.II
and the departments/units involved
B.Com I
5. Annual/ semester/choice based
Semester
credit system (programme wise)
6. Participation of the department in the
Nil
courses offered by other departments
7. Courses in collaboration with other
universities, industries, foreign institutions, etc.
Nil
8. Details of courses/programmes discontinued
Nil
(if any) with reasons
9. Number of Teaching posts (04)
Post
Sanctioned
Filled
Professors
--Associate Professors
01
01
Asstt. Professors
02
01
CHB
02
Total
04
* Government permission awaited for filling full time vacancies. However, government
has allowed appointment of teacher on lecture basis. (CHB)
10.
Faculty
profile
with
name,
(D.Sc./D.Litt./Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,) :
270
qualification,
designation,
specialization,
Name
Qualification
Designation
Specialization
Mrs. R.T.Ghatage M.A., B.Ed.
Associate
Professor
Assistant
Professor
C.H.B.
Mr.S.P.Khade
C.H.B.
Agricultural
27
Geography
Years
Remote Sensing 10
Years
Remote Sensing 03
Years
03
Years
Dr. A.A.Pujari
M.A.,B.Ed.,
M.Phil., Ph.D
Shri. T.G.Ghatage M.A.,B.Ed., SET
M.A., B.Ed.
No. of
years of
Experie
nce
11. List of senior visiting faculty :
No. of Ph.
D, Students
guided for
the Last 4
years
05
-
Nil
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical
B.A.-
27 %
classes handled (programme wise) by temporary faculty
13. Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise) :
1.
B.A.-
84:1
14. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff; sanctioned
and
filled
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil/PG.
Educational Qualification
Sr.
Name of faculty member
No
1
Dr. A.A.Pujari
M.A., B.Ed., M.Phil., Ph.D
2
Shri. T.G.Ghatage
M.A., B.Ed., SET
3
Mrs. R.T.Ghatage
M.A., B.Ed.
4
Mr.S.P.Khade
M.A., B.Ed.
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) National b) International funding
agencies and grants received
Name of faculty Project title
member
Total
grant Total
Sancationed
grant
received
Level of Agricultural 1,10,000/85,000/Productivity
in
Panchgagnga Basin,
Funding
agency
Status
Dr. A.A.Pujari
U.G.C.
Ongoing
271
Maharashtra
Shri. T.G.Ghatage Problem
and 95,000/Development
of
Female Bediworkers
in Solapur District of
Maharashtra:
A
Geographical
Analysis
70,000/-
U.G.C.
Ongoing
17. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc.
and total grants received – 205000/In Tenth plan Rs. Nil Granted by UGC in following heads
Books and Journal – 15000/-
Equipments :
- 90000/-
Travel :
- 60000/-
Countigancy :
- 40000/-
Chemicals :
-0
18. Research Centre /facility recognized by the University
Nil
19. Publications:
* a) Publication per faculty
Sr. No Name of faculty member
1
2
Dr. A.A.Pujari
Shri. T.G.Ghatage
Publication
years
12
02
within
five Total publication
14
02
* Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
international)
by faculty and students
Status
Dr.A.A.Pujari Shri.T.G.Ghatage
National
12
Inter-national
01
02
* Number of publications listed in International Database (For Eg: Web of
Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)
•
•
•
•
•
272
Dr. A.A.Pujari
Status
Nil
Monographs
05
Chapter in Books
01
Books Edited
Nil
Books
with
ISBN/ISSN numbers
with
details
of
Shri. T.G.Ghatage
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
•
•
•
•
•
publishers
Citation Index
SNIP
SJR
Impact factor
h-index
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated
Yes
21. Faculty as members in
a) National committees
Nil
b) International Committees
Nil
c) Editorial Boards….
Dr. A.A.Pujari Member - THE RESEARCH VIEW (IJHSANS) Journal ISSN
2321-9777
22. Student projects
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house
projects including inter
departmental/programme
B.A.III– 100%
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the
institution i. e .in Research laboratories/Industry/other agencies
Nil
23. Awards/ Recognitions received by faculty and students
Nil
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department
Nil
25. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding
a) National- Two days National Conference organized by the department on
“Resources Management and Agricultural Development in India” on 29th & 30th Sept.
2014
b) International
26. Student profile programme/course wise:
Name
of
the
course
B.A.-III
27. Diversity of Students
Name of the
course
B. A.
Applications
received
20
% of students from
the same state
100 %
Selected
Male Female
15
% of students
from other state
Nil
Passing %
Male Female
100%
%of students
from abroad
Nil
273
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such
as NET, SLET,GATE, Civil services, Defense services, etc. ? Two Students of
Departments are qualified National Eligibility Test ( NET)
29. Student progression
Student progression
UG to PG
PG to M. Phil
PG to Ph. D
Ph. D to Post Doctoral
Employed
• Campus selection
• Other than campus
recuirment
Entrepreneurship/selfemployment
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
Against% enrolled
4%
5.55%
-
-
a) Library -
Nil
Yes, Central Library facility is available.
b) Internet facilities for Staff and Students – Yes.
c) Class rooms with ICT facility – Only in department.
d) Laboratories
Yes, Department has well-equipped Laboratory.
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university, Central
Government or other agencies
• Yes, all the students belonging to SC/ ST/OBC/NT/SBC/ Minorities/
Handicapped etc get scholarships from the state Government,
Central governments and Central Merit Scholarship.
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops/
Seminars ) with external experts - Yes,
•
Department / College arranged Educational Exhibition in Month of January
every year from the last three years.
•
Department organizes World Tourism Day on September 27th Every Year
•
Department organized Village Survey for students of B.A.-III to study the
flood affected village and Saline affected land.
274
•
Department adopted Villages for Survey from Shirol taluka.
•
Department organized Excursion Tour.
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning
• Lecture Method, Black board writing, Question Answering, Group Discussion,
Seminar, Field visit, Case Study, Brain Storming, Excursion Tour, Village
survey, Ground survey, ICT, etc,
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension
activities
– Vivekvahini, participated in camps, rallies, tree plantation programme, etc.
35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans
Strengths :
•
Well qualified Staff
Weaknesses :
•
Lack of Non-Teaching Staff.
•
Lack of full time faculty for want of full time permission.
Opportunities:
•
In Cartography
•
In the Department of Disaster Management-GIS, MPSC, UPSC
•
In the Department of Land Survey
•
In Defense (Military) Special posts of Geographer.
Challenges:
•
Establishment of P.G. Department.
Future plans:
•
Efforts to get government permission to fill faculty vacancy.
•
To start P.G. Department.
•
To organize National Conference.
•
To organize workshop for student.
•
Introduce degree course in GIS.
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EVALUATIVE REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS
1. Name of the department
-
Year of Establishment
Economics
-
1966
3. Names of Programmes / Courses offered -
UG- B.A
(UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated
PG- MA
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)
4. Names of Interdisciplinary courses
-
B. Com
andthe departments/units involved
5. Annual/ semester/choice based
-
Semester
credit system (programme wise)
6. Participation of the department in the
-
Nil
courses offered by other departments
7. Courses in collaboration with other
universities, industries, foreign institutions, etc.
8. Details of courses/programmes discontinued
-
Nil
-
N.A
(if any) with reasons
9. Number of Teaching posts (03)
Post
Professors
Associate Professors
Asst. Professors
CHB
Total
Sanctioned
-03
00
03
Filled
-02
03
05
* Government Permission awaited for filling full time vacancies. However government
has allow appointment of teachers on Lecture Basis (CHB)
10. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation,
specialization, (D.Sc./D.Litt./Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,) :
276
Name
Qualification
Designation
Specializatio No. of years No. of Ph.
D, Students
n
of
guided for
Experience
the Last 4
years
Dr. Mane P. T
M.A., M.Phil,
Ph.D.,
BAMCJ
M.A.(Edu)
M.A., M.Phil,
Ph.D.,
Assistant
Professor
Economics
05
Assistant
Professor
Economics
04
Mr. I. V. Maner
M.A.
CHB
Economics
05
Nil
Mrs. S.V.
Bastawade
Mr. F. S. Nadaf
M. A., M. CHB
Phil., B. Ed.
M. A., B. Ed. CHB
Economics
03
Nil
Economics
02
Nil
Miss. U.U.
Mangave
Miss. M.A. Patil
M. A., B. Ed.
CHB
Economics
01
Nil
M.A.
CHB
Economics
01
Nil
Dr.V.B. Devakar
11. List of senior visiting faculty :
Nil
Nil
-
Nil
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical
classes handled (programme wise) by temporary faculty -
Nil
13. Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise) :B.A.-105:1, B.AII- 48:1, B.AIII- 24:1,
B.Com I.- 94:1, B.ComII.-85:1, B.Com III.- 96:1 M.A I.- 52:1, M. A.II- 32:1
14. Number of academic support staff (technical)
and administrative staff; sanctioned and filled
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil/PG.
Sr.No
1
Name of faculty member
Educational Qualification
Dr. P.T. Mane
M.A., M.Phil, Ph.D, BAMCJ, M.A.
(Edu.)
2 Dr. V.B. Devakar
M.A., M.Phil, Ph.D
3 Mr. I. V. Maner
M.A.
4 Mrs. S.V. Bastawade
M. A., M. Phil., B. Ed.
5 Mr. F. S. Nadaf
M. A., B. Ed.
6 Miss. U.U. Mangave
M. A., B. Ed.
7 Miss. M.A. Patil
M.A.
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from
a) National
b) International funding agencies and grants received
277
Sr.
No
Name of Project title
Total grant Total
Funding
faculty
Sancationed
grant
agency
member
received
1 Dr.P.T.
A study of
1,00,000/72,500/- UGC
Mane
Marketing
Pune
Efficiency of
Vegetable
products in
Shirol Taluka
2 Dr.V.B.
Employment
1,70,000
UGC
Devakar generation to
Pune
female work
force in grape
cultivation
17. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc.
Status
On going
Sanctioned
and total grants received – 2,70,000/In Tenth and 11th plan Rs. Nil Granted by UGC in following heads
Books and Journal – 50,000/-
Equipments :
- 65,000/-
Travel :
- 90,000/-
Countigancy :
- 55,000/-
Chemicals :
-0
Others
- 10,000/-
18. Research Centre /facility recognized by the University
Nil
19. Publications:
* a) Publication per faculty
Sr.
Name of faculty member
Publication within five
No
years
1
Dr. P. T Mane
05
2
Dr.V. B.Devkar
01
3
Mr. I. V. Maner
01
* Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
Total
publication
05
05
01
international) by faculty and students
Nil
* Number of publications listed in International Database (For Eg: Web of
Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)
* Monographs
Nil
Nil
* Chapter in Books –
• Two chapter units for Distance Education Shivaji University, Kolhapur
* Books Edited -
278
Nil
* Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of publishers
Nil
* Citation Index
Nil
* SNIP
Nil
* SJR
Nil
* Impact factor
Nil
* h-index
Nil
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated
21. Faculty as members in
Yes
Executive member of SUEAK
a) National committees
Nil
b) International Committees
Nil
c) Editorial Boards….
Nil
22. Student projects
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter
departmental/programme
Nil
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the
institution i. e .in Research laboratories/Industry/other agencies
Nil
23. Awards/ Recognitions received by faculty and students
Nil
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department
25. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding
Nil
a) National
Nil
b) International
Nil
26. Student profile programme/course wise:
Name of the
Applications
course
received
B.A.III
24
B. Com III
96
M.A.II
24
27. Diversity of Students
Selected
Male
20
91
14
Female
04
05
10
Passing %
Male Female
100%
100%
100%
100%
86%
100%
Name of the
% of students from
% of students
%of students
course
the same state
from other state
from abroad
B. A
100 %
Nil
Nil
M. A
100%
Nil
Nil
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such
as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services, etc. ? -
02 -NET
279
29. Student progression
Student progression
UG to PG
PG to M. Phil
PG to Ph. D
Ph. D to Post Doctoral
Employed
• Campus selection
• Other than campus recuirt
• ment
Entrepreneurship/self-employment
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library
Against % enrolled
65%
05%
10
-
-
- Central library facility is available
b) Internet facilities for Staff and Students
No
c) Class rooms with ICT facility
No
d) Laboratories
No
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,
Government or other agencies
• Yes, all the students belonging to SC/ ST/OBC/NT/SBC/ Minorities/
Handicapped etc get scholarship from the state Government and Central
governments central merit scholarship.
32. Details on student enrichment programmes
(conducted one special lecture /
workshops / seminar) with external experts
- Yes
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student• Lecture Method, Black board writing, Question Answering, Group Discussion,
Seminar, Field visit, Case Study, Brain Storming, Excursion Tour, Village
survey, Ground survey, ICT, etc,
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities Vivekvahini, participated in camps, rallies, tree plantation programme, etc.
35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans
Strengths :
• Two teachers are M.Phil and Ph.D.
• P.G. recognition.
Weaknesses:
280
•
Lack of ICT facilities in Classroom
•
Lack of Research room for student and staff
•
Lack of full time faculty for want of full time permission
Opportunities:
•
To enter into the competitive fields, M.A., Ph.D, M.B.A. and Statistical
analysis.
Challenges:
•
To achieve the 100% result
Future plans:
•
•
•
•
•
Arrange the National and International conferences.
Research Developments.
Budget session for the students and society.
To organize the programme of Investment literacy.
Efforts to get government permission to fill faculty vacancies.
281
EVALUATIVE REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY
1. Name of the department
History
2. Year of Establishment
June 2011
3. Names of Programmes / Courses offered
UG - BA
(UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)
4. Names of Interdisciplinary courses
Nil
and the departments/units involved
5. Annual/ semester/choice based
Semester
credit system (programme wise)
6. Participation of the department in the
Nil
courses offered by other departments
7. Courses in collaboration with other -
Nil
universities, industries, foreign institutions, etc.
8. Details of courses/programmes discontinued -
Nil
(if any) with reasons
9. Number of Teaching posts (04)
Professors
Associate Professors
Asstt. Professors
CHB
Total
282
Sanctioned
-01
02
03
Filled
-01
-02
03
10. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation,
specialization, (D.Sc./D.Litt./Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,) :
Name
Qualification
Designation
Dr. D. V. M. A Ph. D
Asso.Prof
Chandane
Mr. G. S.
M. A B. Ed CHB
Mane
11. List of senior visiting faculty :
Specialization
Maratha
History
Maratha
History
No. of Ph. D,
Students
guided for the
Last 4 years
No. of years
of
Experience
28 Years
M.Phil-One
01
-Nil
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical
classes handled (programme wise) by temporary faculty
Nil
13. Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise) :
B.A. - 80:1
14. Number of academic support staff (technical)
and administrative staff; sanctioned and filled
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil/PG.
Sr. No
Name of faculty member
1
2
Educational Qualification
Dr. Chandane D. V.
Mr. G. S. Mane
M.A., Ph. D.
M. A B. Ed
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from
a) National
Nil
b) International funding agencies and grants received
Nil
17. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc.
and total grants received
Nil
In Tenth plan Rs. ------Nil------------ Granted by UGC in following heads
18. Research Centre /facility recognized by the University
Nil
19. Publications:
* a) Publication per faculty
Sr. No Name of faculty member
1
Dr.Chandane D.V.
Publication within five
years
03
Total publication
03
283
* Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
international) by faculty and students
Nil
* Number of publications listed in International Database (For Eg: Web of
Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)
* Monographs
Nil
* Chapter in Books
02
* Books Edited
01
* Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of publishers
* Citation Index
Nil
* SNIP
Nil
* SJR
Nil
* Impact factor
* h-index
Nil
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated
21. Faculty as members in
a) National committees ----
Nil
b) International Committees ----
Nil
c) Editorial Boards…Genal Book.-
Nil
22. Student projects-
B.A.III
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects
including inter departmental/programme -
B.A.III- 100%
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the
institution i. e .in Research laboratories/Industry/other agencies
Nil
23. Awards/ Recognitions received by faculty and students
Nil
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors
Nil
to the department
25. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and
the source of funding
a) National
284
b) International
Nil
26. Student profile programme/course wise:
Applications
received
Name of the course
B.A.III
15
Selected
Male Female
Passing %
Male
Female
13
76.92%
02
100%
27. Diversity of Students
Name of the % of students from the % of students from %of students from
course
same state
B.A.
other state
100 %
abroad
Nil
Nil
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such as
NET, SLET,GATE, Civil services, Defense services, etc. ?
Nil
29. Student progression
Student progression
UG to PG
PG to M. Phil
PG to Ph. D
Ph. D to Post Doctoral
Employed
• Campus selection
• Other than campus recuirment
Entrepreneurship/self-employment
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
%
66%
-
MPSC-Akshya Thikane
a) Library
Yes
b) Internet facilities for Staff and Students
Yes
c) Class rooms with ICT facility
Nil
d) Laboratories
Nil
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,
Government or other agencies
• Yes, all the students belonging to SC/ ST/OBC/NT/SBC/ Minorities/
Handicapped etc get scholarship from the state Government and
Central governments central merit scholarship.
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops /
Seminars ) with external experts
• Study tour
285
• Participation in Educational Exhibition
• Departmental Wall Paper
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning Information and
Communication technology is utilized,
• Lectures are prepared for power point presentation by downloading the required
information from internet like latest information on the topic etc.
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities
Coordinator of Anekant Competitive Examination Centre and the Placement Cell.
35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans
Strengths :
•
The Department has dedicated permanent teaching staff member
•
There are sufficient numbers of reference and text books in the library
of the Subject
Weaknesses : •
Lack of ICT facility in class rooms.
•
Lack of research lab for students and Staff members.
•
Comparatively less number of students are enrolled for the subject due to rural
area.
Opportunities: -
•
To create quality Student for Nation.
Challenges:•
To achieve 100% Result
Future plans:-
286
•
We would like to enhance research activities in the department.
•
Planning to organize National conference.
•
Planning to have a PG centre.
287
EVALUATIVE REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL
SCIENCE
1. Name of the department
Political Science
2. Year of Establishment
2011
3. Names of Programmes / Courses offered
UG-B.A.
(UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)
4. Names of Interdisciplinary courses
Nil
and the departments/units involved
5. Annual/ semester/choice based -
Semester
credit system (programme wise)
6. Participation of the department in the -
Nil
courses offered by other departments
7. Courses in collaboration with other -
Nil
universities, industries, foreign institutions, etc.
8. Details of courses/programmes discontinued -
Nil
(if any) with reasons
9. Number of Teaching posts (04) 150.66
Post
Professors
Associate Professors
Asst. Professors
CHB
Total
288
Sanctioned
Nil
01
Nil
02
03
Filled
Nil
01
Nil
02
03
10. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation,
specialization,
Qualification
(D.Sc./D.Litt./P
h.D. / M. Phil.
etc.,) :Name
Dr. B .M Mane
Designation
No. of years No. of Ph. D,
of Experience Students
Specialization
guided for the
Last 4 years
Miss Kamble J. R
M.A. M.Ed Associate
D.A.E.B.J.C. Professor
SET, Ph. D
M.A.
Lecturer
Shri.Bodhale G. V
M.A.
Indian
Constitution
Lecturer
22 year
Nil
Political
Science
1 Year
Nil
Political
Science
1 Year
Nil
11. List of senior visiting faculty :-
Nil
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical Classes handled (programme wise) by temporary faculty
75%,
13. Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise) :- B.A -96:1
14. Number of academic support staff (technical)
Nil
and administrative staff; sanctioned and filled
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil/PG.
Sr.
No
1
2
3
Name of faculty member
Dr.B.M. Mane
Miss Kamble J. R
Shri.Bodhale G. V
Educational Qualification
M.A.M.Ed D.A.E.,B.J.C. SET Ph. D
M.A.
M.A.
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) National
b) International funding agencies and grants received
Sr.
No
1
Name
of
faculty
memb
er
Dr.B.
M.
Mane
Project title
Peoples practicaption
in Gram Sabha
special Reference to
Shirol Taluka of
Kolhapur Distric in
Maharashtra
Total grant Total grant Funding
Sancationed
received
agency
52,500
52,500
U.G.C.
17. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. -
Status
Ongoin
g
Nil
289
and total grants received –
Nil and Eleventh –Plan
In Tenth plan Rs. - 52500- UGC Granted by UGC in following heads
Books and Journal
15000/-
Equipments :
25000/-
Travel :
15000/-
Countigancy :
10000/-
18. Research Centre /facility recognized by the University -
Nil
19. Publications:
a) Publication per faculty
Sr.
Name
of
faculty
Publication within five
No
member
years
1
Dr.B.M.Mane
25
2
Miss Kamble J. R
Nil
3
Shri.Bodhale G. V
Nil
* Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
Total
publication
35
Nil
Nil
international) by faculty and students
Nil
* Number of publications listed in International Database (For Eg: Web of
Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)
Nil
* Monographs
Nil
* Chapter in Books
01
* Books Edited
01
* Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of publishers – Sugava Publication
Pune
* Citation Index
Nil
* SNIP
Nil
* SJR
Nil
* Impact factor
Nil
* h-index
Nil
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated
Nil
21. Faculty as members in
Nil
290
a) National committees
Nil
b) International Committees
Nil
c) Editorial Boards
Nil
22. Student projects
Nil
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter
Nil
departmental/programme
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the
institution i. e .in Research laboratories/Industry/other agencies
Nil
23. Awards/ Recognitions received by faculty and students
Nil
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department
Nil
25. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding
a) National
Nil
b) International
Nil
26. Student profile programme/course wise:
Sr. No
Name
of Applications
the course
4
Enrolled
Selected
received
B.A.III
Female
Male
15
15
Pass Parentages
13
02
Male Female
100% 100%
27. Diversity of Students
Name of the
%
of
course
from
students
the
same
% of students
%of
students
from other state
from abroad
state
B.A.
100 %
Nil
Nil
28. How many students have cleared national and
state competitive examinations such as NET, SLET,
GATE, Civil services, Defense services, etc. ? -
Nil
29. Student progression
Student progression
UG to PG
PG to M. Phil
PG to Ph. D
Ph. D to Post Doctoral
Employed
• Campus selection
• Other than campus recuirment
Entrepreneurship/self-employment
%
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
291
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities - Nil
a) Library – Yes Departmental Library
b) Internet facilities for Staff and Students
c ) Class rooms with ICT facility
d) Laboratories
Nil
Nil
Nil
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,
Government or other agencies
• Yes, all the students belonging to SC/ ST/OBC/NT/SBC/ Minorities/
Handicapped etc get scholarship from the state Government and
Central governments central merit scholarship.
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops/
Seminars ) with external experts
• Study tour
• Participation in Educational Exhibition
• Departmental Wall Paper
• Departmental Film Appreciation group
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning
• Use of ICT, Lecture Brain Stroming.
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities
• Co-ordinatior of Adult Education and project officer.
• Co-ordinator of Gandhian Study Center.
35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans
Strengths :
•
•
The Department has dedicated teaching staff member.
There are Sufficient number of reference and text books in the Library
on the Subject.
Weaknesses :
•
There is no permanent faculty for Non Aided B.A.III.
Opportunities:
State Services and Central Service, Police Department Services
292
Challenges:
•
•
To achieve cent percent result.
To Develop the students personality and Communication Skills in
English.
Future plans:
•
•
•
Participation of faculty in development programmers
Organizing Seminar on Political- Science
P.G.Courses for Political Science and Public Administration
293
EVALUATIVE REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY
1. Name of the department
Psychology
2. Year of Establishment
2011
3. Names of Programmes / Courses offered
UG- B.A.
(UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)
4. Names of Interdisciplinary courses
Nil
and the departments/units involved
5. Annual/ semester/choice based
Semester
credit system (programme wise)
6. Participation of the department in the
Nil
courses offered by other departments
7. Courses in collaboration with other
universities, industries, foreign institutions, etc.
Nil
8. Details of courses/programmes discontinued
(if any) with reasons
Nil
9. Number of Teaching posts (01)
Post
Professors
Associate Professors
Asst. Professors
CHB
Total
294
Sanctioned
-1
1
Filled
-1
2 CHB Non - Grant
03
10.
Faculty
profile
with
name,
qualification,
designation,
specialization,
(D.Sc./D.Litt./Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,) :
Name
Qualification Designation
Specialization
No. of years of No. of Ph. D,
Students
Experience
guided
for
the Last 4
years
Mrs.V.V.
Chougule
Miss V.
Pawar
M.A.,
Assistant
M.Phil, SET, Professor
S M.A..
Mr. R. S. M.A SET
Kattimany
General
Psychology
14 Years
CHB
Clinical
Psychology
02
CHB
Clinical
Psychology
02
-
11. List of senior visiting faculty :
-
Nil
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical
classes handled (programme wise) by temporary faculty :
13. Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise) :
100%
109:1
14. Number of academic support staff (technical)
and administrative staff; sanctioned and filled
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil/PG.Sr. No
Educational Qualification
Name of faculty member
1
Mrs. V.V. Chougule
M.A., M. Phil ,SET,
2
Miss V. S Pawar
M.A..
3
Mr. R. S. Kattimany
M.A SET
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from
a) National
b) International funding agencies and grants received
Sr.
No
1
Name of faculty Project title
Total grant Total grant Funding
member
Sancationed received
agency
Mrs.V.V.
Parental
1,30,000/97.500/UGC
Chougule
Encouragement and
Achievement
Motivation among
Higher
Secondary
school
students
295
Status
On
going
17. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc.
and total grants received –
1,30,000/-
In Tenth plan and Eleventh plan Rs. Nil Granted by UGC in following heads
Books and Journal
– 25000/-
Travel :
- 40000/-
Equipments :
- 40000/-
Countigancy :
- 25000/-
18. Research Centre /facility recognized by the University -
Nil
19. Publications:
* a) Publication per faculty Name of faculty member
Sr. No
Nil
Publication within five Total
years
1
Mrs. V.V. Chougule
05
publication
05
* Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
international) by faculty and students -
02
* Number of publications listed in International Database (For eg: Web of
Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)
* Monographs
-
* Chapter in Books
* Books Edited
Nil
Nil
-
Nil
-
Nil
* Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of publishers
* Citation Index
-
Nil
* SNIP
-
Nil
* SJR
-
Nil
* Impact factor
-
Nil
* h-index
-
Nil
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated
- Consultancy is provided by
faculty members to High school students regarding educational problems related
with anxiety, phobia of examination, stress related problems, fear of subject, and
study skills free of charge.
296
21. Faculty as members in
-
Nil
a) National committees -
Nil
b) International Committees
-
Nil
c) Editorial Boards….
Nil
22. Student projects
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter
departmental/programme –
100%
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the
institution i. e .in Research laboratories/Industry/other agencies -
Nil
23. Awards/ Recognitions received by faculty and students -
Nil
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department -
Nil
25. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding
a) National
-
Nil
b) International -
Nil
* One day workshop on Revised Syllabus of Psychology B. A. Part I for paper I
and II. Funds received from Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
26. Student profile programme/course wise: 2012-13
Name
of
the
Applications
Selected
course
received
Male
B.A.III
10
08
Female
Passing %
Male
Female
02
50%
100%
students
27. Diversity of Students
Name of the
% of students from
% of students
%of
course
the same state
from other state
from abroad
B. A.
100 %
Nil
Nil
28. How many students have cleared national and
state competitive examinations such as NET, SLET,
GATE, Civil services, Defense services, etc. ?
-
Nil
297
29. Student progression
Student progression
UG to PG
PG to M. Phil
PG to Ph. D
Ph. D to Post Doctoral
Employed
• Campus selection
• Other than campus recuirment
Against % enrolled
10%
-
Entrepreneurship/self-employment
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library -
Central Library
b) Internet facilities for Staff and Students
Yes
c) Class rooms with ICT facility
Yes
d) Laboratories
Yes
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,
Government or other agencies
•
Yes, all the students belonging to SC/ ST/OBC/NT/SBC/ Minorities/
Handicapped etc get scholarship from the state Government and Central
governments central merit scholarship.
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops /
Seminars ) with external experts –
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning
Study tour, Group discussion, practical demonstration, Seminar, etc.
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities
•
Faculty and students participated in institutional social responsibility and
extension activities through NSS. Department runs Balwadi Teachers Education
Curriculum Course by Adult Department of Shivaji University, Kolhapur
298
35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans
Strengths :
•
Experienced faculty and rich central library
Weaknesses :
•
Temporary faculty
•
Comparatively less number of students at B.A. III.
Opportunities:
•
Establishment of student counseling center.
Challenges:
•
Increase no of students for third year
•
Improving academic performance of students
Future plans:
•
To start Career Oriented Programme in Psychology
•
To start departmental library
•
To organize workshop for develop student life skills.
299
•
EVALUATIVE REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENTOF EDUCATION
1. Name of the department
Education
2. Year of Establishment
1964
3. Names of Programmes / Courses offered -
UG
(UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)
4. Names of Interdisciplinary courses
and the departments/units involved
Nil
5. Annual/ semester/choice based
Semester
credit system (programme wise)
6. Participation of the department in the
courses offered by other departments
Nil
7. Courses in collaboration with other
universities, industries, foreign institutions, etc.
N.A
8. Details of courses/programmes discontinued
(if any) with reasons
N.A
9. Number of Teaching posts (04)
300
Post
Sanctioned
Filled
Professors
--
--
Associate Professors
-
-
Asst. Professors
01
01
CHB
-
--
Total
01
01
10.
Faculty
profile
with
name,
qualification,
designation,
specialization,
(D.Sc./D.Litt./Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,) :
Name
Qualification
Designation
M.A.(Hindi)
Assistant
Dr. P. B. Patil M.A.(Education)
Professor
M.Ed. Ph.D.
Diploma in Adult
Ed. M.S.C.I.T.
11. List of senior visiting faculty: -
Specialization
No. of years
of
Experience
Teacher
Education
No. of Ph.
D, Students
guided for
the Last 4
years
22
Nil
Nil
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical
classes handled (programme wise) by temporary faculty
Nil
13. Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise) :
120:1
14. Number of academic support staff (technical)
and administrative staff; sanctioned and filled
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil/PG.
Sr. No
1
Name of faculty member Educational Qualification
Dr.P. B. Patil
M.A. (Hindi) M.A. (Education)
M.Ed. Ph.D. Diploma in Adult Ed.
M.S.C.I.T.
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) National
b) International
funding
agencies and grants received
Nil
17. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc.
and total grants received –
Nil
In Tenth and 11th plan Rs. ----------------------- Granted by UGC in following heads
Books and Journal –
Equipments :
--
Travel :
- - Countigancy :
18. Research Centre /facility recognized by the University
- Chemicals :
-
Nil
301
19. Publications:
* a) Publication per faculty
Sr.
Name of faculty member Publication within five Total
No
years
publication
1
Dr. P. B. Patil
05
12
* Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
international) by faculty and students -
7
* Number of publications listed in International Database (For Eg: Web of
Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)
Nil
* Monographs
* Chapter in Books
-1) Adhapak Shikshanache swarup Ani prakariya (chaper
in book) 2010. 2) Adhapak Shikshanache mulyamapan (chapter in book) 2011
* Books Edited
* Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of publishers -1) Gatishil
Shikshanatil vichar pravah (Book) 2009
*Citation Index
Nil
* SNIP
Nil
* SJR
Nil
* Impact factor
Nil
* h-index
Nil
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated
21. Faculty as members in
S.U.T.A., M.S.S.T.E.A.
a) National committees
Nil
b) International Committees
c) Editorial Boards….
- Yes – Upekshitanche Laxvedi – Executive Editor
22. Student projects
Nil
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter
departmental/programme
-
90%
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the
institution i. e .in Research laboratories/Industry/other agencies
23. Awards/ Recognitions received by faculty and students -
302
25%
Nil
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department
Dr. A.N. Joshi, Former Dirctor of Ed. Department – Y.C.M.O.Uni.Nashik.
25. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding
Nil
a) National
b) International
26. Student profile programme/course wise:
Name of the course
Applications
received
18
Selected
Male Female
18
0
% of students from
the same state
100 %
% of students
from other state
Nil
B.A. II
Passing %
Male Female
72.22%
-
27. Diversity of Students
Name of the
course
B. A.
%of students
from abroad
Nil
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such
as NET, SLET,
GATE, Civil services, Defense services, etc. ?
Nil
29. Student progression
Student progression
UG to PG
PG to M. Phil
PG to Ph. D
Ph. D to Post Doctoral
Employed
. Campus selection
. Other than campus recuirment
Competitive Exams (Administrative)
. State
. National
Against % enrolled
-
-
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library –
Central library
b) Internet facilities for Staff and Students
c) Class rooms with ICT facility
d) Laboratories
-
Nil
Nil
No need
303
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,
Government or other agencies
•
Yes, all the students belonging to SC/ ST/OBC/NT/SBC/ Minorities/
Handicapped etc get scholarship from the state Government and
Central governments central merit scholarship.
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops /
seminar) with external experts
•
Education Exhibition
•
Lecture of external experts
•
work-shop for personality development
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning
•
Discussion, Question – Answer, Role – Play, Brain – Storming, co-operative
learning, models of teaching, Teaching through ed. Technology
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities
•
Department conduct survey about literay in Rural area
•
Worked-out the sheme ‘Each one teach one ‘
35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans
Strengths :
•
Book – bank scheme
•
Consultancy and guidance centre for effective teaching
•
Consultancy for personality development and to be a good teacher
Weaknesses :
• No practical oriented teaching
• No Practicing schools for teaching
Opportunities:
304
•
Good teacher
•
Teacher Educator
•
Planner for Education policy
Challenges:
•
Increasing strength for department
•
Inhabiting Educational Ethics
Future plans:
•
Extend the curse up to P.G. level
305
EVALUATIVE REPORT OF DEPARTMENT
OF COMMERECE, MANAGEMENT and ACCOUNTANCY
1. Name of the Department -
Department of Commerce and Management
Department of Accountancy
2. Year of Establishment –
June 1964
U. G. - B.Com.
3. Name of the Programmes / Courses offered –
P. G. M. Com.
Career Oriented Programme – Certificate Course in B.P.O.
4. Name of Interdisciplinary Courses and the departments / units involved –
Course
Departments / Units involved
B.B.A. -
Arts, Commerce, Science, MCVC*
B.C.A. -
Arts, Commerce, Science, MCVC*
B.Com. -
Arts, Commerce, Science, MCVC*
Certificate Course in B.P.O. - Arts, Commerce, Science, MCVC*
(* Students passed H.S.C. Examination from any of these streams can seek admission
to the course at entry point)
5. Annual / Semester / Choice Based Credit System –
B.Com., B.B.A., B.C.A., M.Com. – Semester System
6. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments –
Many students participate in Certificate courses offered by –
Department of English in English for Communication and
Department of Physics in Computer Applications
7.Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries,foreign institutions,etc.–
Nil
8. Details of courses / programmes discontinued (if any) with reasons –
Nil
9. Number of Teaching Posts
Post
Professors
Associate Professors
Asst. Professors
CHB
Contributory teacher
Total
306
Sanctioned
01
01
01
04
08
15
Filled
01
01
00
04
08
14
CHB teachers are working in the place of one fulltime posts of assistant prof.
Contributory Teachers are working for the course of M. Com.
10. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization etc.
Name
Qualification
1. Dr. M M
Gandhi
2. Dr. N
Kadam
M. Com.,
B. Ed., LL.B., Ph.D.
L M.Com.
(Adv. Accountancy),
M.Com.
(Adv. Costing),
M.Com.
(Adv. Statistics),
M. Phil.,
G. D.C. & A.,
C.C.I.T.
Ph. D.,
M.B.A. (Executive)
M.Com., M.Phil.,
B. Ed.
M.B.A., M.Com.
3.Mrs.P S
Chougule
4.Miss.M.R
Kulkarni
5. Shri. S V
Koshti
6. Dr. K. V.
Kokare
Dr.
M.
S.
Dabade
Mr. A. K.
Ganbawale
Mr. M. R.Thite
Mr. I. V. Maner
Mr. A. N. Patel
B.Com. LL.B.
M. Com., M.Phil.,
SET, Ph.D.
M. Com., M.Phil.,
Ph.D.
M. Com., M.Phil.,
M. Com., M.Phil.,
M.A.
MBA
Designation
Principal
Professor
Associate
Professor
Specialisatio
n
and Accountancy
Accountancy
CHB
Teacher
CHB
Teacher
CHB
Teacher
Contributory
No. of
years of
Experien
ce
No. of
Ph.D.
students
guided
for the
last 4
years
37
3
UG – 26
PG - 12
02
Commerce
06
Nil
Management
03
Nil
Business
Law
Commerce
01
Nil
-
Nil
Contributory
Contributory
Contributory
Teacher
CHB
Economics
11. List of senior visiting faculty –
1. Dr. K V Kokare, Head, Dept. of Commerce, Kanya Mahavidyalaya, Miraj
2. Dr. M S Dabade, Head, Dept. of Commerce, SB S K Patil College, Kurundwad
3. Shri. A K Ganbawle, Senior Faculty, Shri Venkatesh Mahavidyalay, Ichalkaranji
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4. Shri. M R Thite, Head, Dept. of Commerce, Night College, Ichalkarnaji
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled (programme wise) by
temporary faculty –
B.Com. -45.45%,
M.Com. - 100%
13. Student – Teacher Ratio (programme wise)
B.Com. I – 38:1. (Financial Accounting – 93:1, Principles of Business Management
– 93:1 Insurance – 70:1) B.Com. II –
42:1 (Corporate Accounting – 84:1,
Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship – 84:1) B.Com. III – 38:1, (Business Regulatory
Framework – 96:1, Modern Management Practices – 96:1. Advanced Accountancy –
50:1, Industrial Management – 30:1 M.Com. I & II – one teacher for one subject /
paper – 50:1)
14. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff; sanctioned and
filled –
No academic support staff and separate administrative staff are provided.
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with D.Sc. / D. Litt. / Ph. D. / M. Phil. / P G
Sr.
No.
1.
2.
Name of the
Faculty Member
Dr. M M Gandhi
Dr. N L Kadam
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Mrs. P S Chougule
Miss. M R Kulkarni
Shri. S V Koshti
6. Dr.K. V. Kokare
Dr. M. S. Dabade
Mr. A. K. Ganbawale
Mr. M. R.Thite
Mr. I. V. Maner
Mr. A. N. Patel
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Educational Qualification
M.Com., B.Ed., LL.B., Ph.D.
M.Com. (Adv. Accountancy), M.Com. (Adv. Costing),
M.Com. (Adv. Statistics), M. Phil., G.D.C.andA.,
C.C.I.T., Ph. D., M.B.A. (Executive)
M.Com., M.Phil., B.Ed.
M.B.A., M.Com.
B.Sc. LL.B.
M. Com., M.Phil., SET, Ph.D.
M. Com., M.Phil., Ph.D.
M. Com., M.Phil.,
M. Com., M.Phil.,
M.A.
MBA
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) National, b) International funding
agencies and grants received
Name of the
Sr.
faculty
No.
1.
Project Title
member
Dr. N L
‘A Study of
Kadam
Potentiality and
Total grant
Total grant
Funding
sanctioned
received
agency
` 90000/-
` 70000/-
UGC
Status
Work in
Progress
Application of
Doctoral
Research in
Commerce and
Management’
17. Departmental projects funded by DST – FIST, UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and total
grants received – Funded by UGC Rs. 90,000/18. Research Centre / facility recognized by the university –
Research Centre for M.Com,
Dr. M M Gandhi and Dr. N L Kadam are recognized as M. Phil. and Ph.D.
Guide (Supervisor)
19. Publications
Sr.
Name of the Faculty
Publication within
Total
Five years
Publications
1.
Dr. M M Gandhi
25
37
2.
Dr. N L Kadam
17
24
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated – Yes,
Free Income Tax consultancy to staff of the college
21. Faculty as members in Committees
Dr. M M Gandhi
Dr. N L Kadam
a) National Committees –
Nil
Nil
b) International Committees
Nil
Nil
c) Editorial Boards
01
02
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22. Students Projects –
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter
departmental / programme –
B.Com. III and M.Com. II – 100%
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the
institution i.e. in research laboratories / industry / other agencies -
Nil
23. Awards / Recognitions received by faculty and students –
Nil
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists / visitors to the department –
Nil
25. Seminars / Conferences / workshops organized and the source of funding
Organised workshop on Business Entrepreneurship- Self financed
a) National – Nil
b) International – Nil
26. Student profile programme / course wise –
Name of the
Applications
Course
Received
Male
Female
Male
Female
B. Com. III
94
85
09
94.54%
83.83%
M. Com. II
45
21
24
37.50%
33.33%
Selected
Passing %
27. Diversity of Students
Name of
Percentage of
Percentage of
Percentage of
the Course
Students from
Students from
Students from
the same state
other state
abroad
B.Com.
100%
Nil
Nil
M.Com.
100%
Nil
Nil
28. How many students have cleared national and competitive examinations such as
NET, SLET, GATE, Civil Services, Defense Services etc.
310
29. Student Progression
Student progression
Against % enrolled
UG to PG
50%
PG to M. Phil
Nil
PG to Ph. D
Nil
Ph. D to Post Doctoral
Nil
Employed
•
Campus selection
•
Other than campus recruitment
Competitive Exams (Administrative)
•
State
•
National
Nil
Nil
30. Details of Infrastructural Facilities
a) Library – There is Central Library in the College. No Departmental Library.
b) Internet Facilities for staff and students – Available
c) Class Rooms with ICT facility – 01
d) Laboratories – Nil
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,
government or other agencies –
• Yes - SC/ST/OBC/ Minorities/ Handicapped/ Women candidates and
meritorious students etc get scholarship from the government
32. Details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminars)
with external experts – Organised special lectures every year on various topics and
issues under Commerce
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning – Lectures, Board Writing,
Discussions, Question – answer sessions, Seminars, Home Assignments, Remedial
Teaching, Tests etc.
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension Activities –
Student participate in ISR for NSS, NCC and Vivek Wahini.
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35. SWOC Analysis of the Department and Future Plans –
Strengths
•
Excellent and dedicated faculty.
•
The department has P.G. Centre
•
One Faculty is Principal of the College
•
Two Faculties are Research Guide for M. Phil. and Ph.D.
•
One Room is equipped with computer, internet and L.C.D.
Weaknesses
•
No separate room for the department
•
No Audio-visual aids in the classroom.
•
No departmental library.
•
On post of Assistant Prof. is Vacant.
Opportunities
•
Interdisciplinary subject
•
Scope in job market.
•
Scope for self employment
Challenges–
•
To prepare the students for Higher studies and also for the job market
Future Plans •
To organize National Conferences
•
Organize workshops for students in various skills such as soft skills,
interview skills, entrepreneurship, placement etc.
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EVALUATIVE REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS
1. Name of the department
Physics
2. Year of Establishment
1992
3. Names of Programmes / Courses offered
UG – B.Sc.
(UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)
4. Names of Interdisciplinary courses
Mathematics and Chemistry
and the departments/units involved
5. Annual/ semester/choice based
credit system (programme wise)
6. Participation of the department in the
Semester pattern
Mathematics and Chemistry
courses offered by other departments
7. Courses in collaboration with other
Nil
universities, industries, foreign institutions, etc.
8. Details of courses/programmes discontinued
Nil
(if any) with reasons
9. Number of Teaching posts (05)
Post
Sanctioned
Filled
Professors
--Associate Professors
---Asst. Professors
05
03
CHB
00
06
Total
05
09
* Government Permission awaited for filling full time vacancies. However government
has allow appointment of teachers on Lecture Basis (CHB)
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10.
Faculty
profile
with
name,
qualification,
designation,
specialization,
(D.Sc./D.Litt./Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,)
Name
Qualification
Designation
Specialization
Dr.(Mrs) S. S. Mahajan
M.Sc., Ph.D.
Assistant
professor
Space Science
No. of years of No. of Ph.
Experience
D, Students
guided for
the Last 4
years
21 Years
2
Dr.R.D. Mane
M.Sc., Ph.D.,
Spectroscopy
21 Years
1
Dr.P.P. Chikode
Spectroscopy
3 Years
Nil
Shri. A.S. Chougule
Shri. H. G. Gaikwad
M.Sc.,B.Ed.,
Ph.D.
M.Sc.
M.Sc.
Asst.
Professor
Asst.
Professor
CHB
CHB
Enery Studies
Electronic
--
Shri.V. K. Chavan
Shri. R. J. Kamble
M.Sc. .,B.Ed.
M.Sc.
CHB
CHB
Electronic
Solid state
---
Shri. B.C. Patil
Shri. M.L. Lad
M.Sc.
M.Sc.,
CHB
CHB
Electronic
Solid state
---
Shri. M.S. Madake
M.Sc.
CHB
Electronic
11. List of senior visiting faculty
3) Prof. S.H. Behare
1) Prof. Shivaram Bhoje
4) Dr. S.B. Kulkarni
--
2) Dr. Rajmal Jain
5) Dr. J. S. Bhat
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled (programme wise) by
temporary faculty
1) Grantable-40 % 2) Non Grantable-100%
13. Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise): 1) B.Sc.- 38:1 (T)
20:1 (P)
14. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff; sanctioned and
filled
Academic Support Staff (Technical)
Lab. Assistant
Lab. Attendent
Total
Sanctioned
01
02
03
Filled
01
02
03
315
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil/PG.
Sr. No
Name of faculty member
Educational Qualification
1
Dr. (Mrs) S.S. Mahajan
M.Sc., Ph.D
2
Dr. R.D. Mane
M.Sc., Ph.D
3
Dr. P.P. Chikode
M.Sc., B.Ed.,Ph.D.
4
Shri. A.S. Chougule
M.Sc.
5
Shri. H. P. Gaikwad
M.Sc.
6
Shri.V. K. Chavan
M.Sc. .,B.Ed.
7
Shri. R. J. Kamble
M.Sc.
8
Shri. B.C. Patil
M.Sc.
9
Shri. M.S.. Lad
M.Sc.,
10
Shri. S.B. Madake
M.Sc.
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) National b) International funding b
agencies and grants received
Sr.No
Name of faculty Project title
Total grant Total grant Funding
Status
member
Sancationed received
agency
1 Dr.(Mrs)
S.S. 1).Development of
Supercapacitor
Mahajan
UGC
Ongoing
25
Nov 1,27,000
based
on 2010
hydrothermally
Amount:
synthesized MnO2 1,90,000/nanostructural thin
films
------- UGC
Ongoing
Synthesis
and 1,50,000
2 Dr.R.D. Mane
characterization of
YTe thin films by
electrodeposition
17. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc.
and total grants received –
Rs. 5,65,000/-
In Tenth plan Rs. Nil - Granted by UGC in following heads
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Books and Journal – 30000/-
Equipments :
-
375000/-
Travel :
-
50000/-
Countigancy :
-
110000/-
Chemicals :
-
100000/-
Special need
-
0
In Eleventh plan Rs. 19,50,000/- Granted by DST for Internship Science
Programme (INSPIRE)
18. Research Centre /facility recognized by the University
Nil
19. Publications:
12
* a) Publication per faculty
Sr.
No
1
2
3
Name of faculty member
Dr. (Mrs) S.S. Mahajan
Dr. R.D. Mane
Dr. P.P. Chikode
Publication within five
years
2
2
5
Total
publication
7
2
9
* Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
international) by faculty and students
:
16
See-Annexure -I
* Number of publications listed in International Database (For Eg: Web of
Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.) :
* Monographs
16
Nil
*ChapterinBooks
Nil
* Books Edited
Nil
* Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of publishers
Nil
* Citation Index
82
* SNIP
Nil
* SJR
Nil
* Impact factor
See Annexure -I
* h-index
See Annexure -I
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated
Nil
21. Faculty as members in
a) National Committee -
Nil
b) International Committee -
Nil
c) State Committee -
Nil
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22. Student projects :
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter
departmental/programme -
Nil
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the
institution i. e .in Research laboratories/Industry/other agencies -
Nil
23. Awards/ Recognitions received by faculty and students
1) Dr. P.P. Chikode
•
Aadarsh Shikshak Puraskar by “Sanskar Prathishthan” Pune maharashtra State Pune
•
Aadarsh Shikshak Puraskar by “Lions Club” Kolhapur
•
Inspire Scholarship to Miss Bhosale Neelam B.Sc.III Physics 2013-14
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department
:
1) Prof. Shivaram Bhoje
2) Dr. Rajmal Jain
3) Prof. S.H. Behare
4) Dr. S.B. Kulkarni
5) Dr. J. S. Bhat
25. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding:
a) National
•
Internship Programme 2012-13 Sanctione by DST, Inspire Science Camp of
Five Days ( Total Grant Received: Rs. 9,75,000)
•
Internship Programme 2013-14 Sanctione by DST, Inspire Science Camp of
Five Days( Total Grant Received: Rs. 9,75,000)
b) International
-
Nil
26. Student profile programme/course wise:
Name
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of
the
Applications
Selected
Passing %
course/programme
received
Male Female
Male Female
B. Sc. III
29
12
90% 95%
17
27. Diversity of Students
Name of the
%
course
from
of
students
the
same
% of students
%of students
from other state
from abroad
Nil
Nil
state
B.Sc. I,II,III
100 %
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such
as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services, etc. ?
Name of the Student
Competitive exam
Mr. Sandip Khurape
Civil Services
Mr. Rohit Patil
Defense Services
29. Student progression
Student progression
• UG to PG
• PG to M. Phil
• PG to Ph. D
• Ph. D to Post Doctoral
• Employed
• . Campus selection
• .Other than campus recuirment
• Competitive Exams
(Administrative)
• . State MPSC
• . National UPSC
Against % enrolled
77%
00
10%
02%
Nil
20-25%
01%
01%
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library
• Yes, Department has its own library with 50 books. Many of them are latest and
of well-known publishers.
b) Internet facilities for Staff and Students
• Yes, Internet facilities are available for both staff and students.
c) Class rooms with ICT facility
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d) Laboratories
• Two laboratories
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,
Government or other agencies
• Yes/
SC/ST/OBC/
Minorities/
Handicapped/
Women
candidates
and
meritorious students etc get scholarship from the government
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops /
seminar) with external experts
•
The students were sent for various colleges under lead college scheme
Student attends workshop , seminars from the other colleges
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning
• Audio Visual techniques, Practical demonstrations, Group Discussions, Seminars
and Brain storming sessions
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities
•
Conducts Exhibitions on various themes such as Nuclear Programmes, Space
world etc Creating Environmental awareness amongst the students
35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans
Strengths :
•
There are two fully equipped laboratories
•
Department have three qualified and dedicated teaching staff members
Weaknesses :
• Lack of full time faculty for want of full time permission
• Lack of permanent teaching faculties
• Non availability of skilled laboratory staff
• Lack of ICT facility class room
Opportunities:
•
Propose to start PG course in department
•
Propose to start research lab in Physics
•
Employment of students in Industry, defense, research laboratories, MPSC,
UPSC and academic institutes
Challenges:
•
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Introduction of M.Sc. in Physics is very difficult due to inadequacy of funds
•
To appear for the competitive exams
•
To encourage the students to join M.Sc., Research and also other PG
courses
Future plans:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Up gradation of the department to PG level is to be ensured.
Improvement of infrastructure and equipment facilities in laboratories for
the research
Audio video teaching tools/aids are to used in daily teaching .
Afforts at the administrative level are being made of creation of new
teaching and technical staff in the department
In take capacity of department is to be enhanced.
Efforts to get government permission to fill faculty vacancies.
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EVALUATIVE REPORT OFTHE DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY
1. Name of the department :-
Chemistry
2. Year of Establishment:-
UG -1964,
PG- 2010
3. Names of Programmes / Courses offered
UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D.,
(UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)
4. Names of Interdisciplinary courses
COC
Food,
Soil
and
Water
Analysis
and the departments/units involved
(UGC)
5. Annual/ semester/choice based
credit system (programme wise)
Semester (B.Sc)
Choice based credit system (M.Sc)
6. Participation of the department in the
Nil
courses offered by other departments
7. Courses in collaboration with other
Nil
universities, industries, foreign institutions, etc.
8. Details of courses/programmes discontinued
Nil
(if any) with reasons
9. Number of Teaching posts
Post
Sanctioned
-02
05
Filled
Professors
-Associate Professors
02
Asstt. Professors
03
CHB
06
Total
07
05
* Government Permission awaited for filling full time vacancies. However government
has allow appointment of teachers on Lecture Basis (CHB)
10. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation,
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specialization,
Qualification
(D.Sc./D.Litt./Ph.D.
/ M. Phil. etc.,)
:Name
Designation
Specializat
ion
No. of years No. of Ph. D,
of Experience Students
guided for the
Last 4 years
Dr.B.V. Tamhankar
M.Sc. B.Ed, L.L.B
Ph.D.
Associate
professor
Organic
Chemistry
26 Years
PG -4 years
Mr. R.D.Tasgaonkar
M.Sc.
Associate
professor
Organic
Chemistry
24 Years
PG -3 years
Nil
Dr. B.M.Sargar
M.Sc
Ph.D..
Assistant
Professor
Inorganic
Chemistry
12 Years
PG -5 years
Nil
Dr. S.R.Sabale
M.Sc
Ph.D..
Assistant
Professor
Analytical
Chemistry
4 Years
PG -3 years
Nil
Mr. G.H.Nikam
Assistant
Professor
CHB
Miss. H. G. Bhade
M.Sc
CHB
4 Years
PG -3 years
2 Years
PG-2 years
02 years
Mrs. P.K. Belshitte
M.Sc,
B. Ed.
CHB
Inorganic
Chemistry
Physical
Chemistry
Organic
Chemistry
General
Chemistry
Nil
Mr. R. S. Dhabbe
M.Sc
SET
M.Sc. NET
02 years
Nil
Mrs. S.S. Kumbhar
M.Sc.,
B. Ed.
M. Sc.
CHB
Organic
Chemistry
Organic
Chemistry
Analytical
Chemistry
02 years
Nil
02 years
Nil
01 Year
Nil
Miss. R.G. Jadhav
CHB
Miss S. J. Mane- M.Sc.
CHB
Gawade
11. List of senior visiting faculty :
5 Working
Nil
Nil
1) Prof. P.P. Hankare
2) Prof. P.N.Bhosale,
3) Dr. G.B.Kolekar
4) Dr. P.V.Anbule
5) Dr. A.M. Supale
6) Dr. D. J. Sathe
7) Prof. S. N. Limaye
8) Dr. G. S. Rashinkar
9) Dr. S.D. Delekar
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical
40 % CHB
classes handled (programme wise) by temporary faculty
13. Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise) : B.Sc.- 47:1
M.Sc.- 08 :1
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14. Number of academic support staff (technical)
and administrative staff; sanctioned and filled
Academic Support Staff (Technical) Sanctioned Filled
Lab. Assistant
01
01
Lab. Attendent
07
05
Total
08
06
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil/PG.
Sr. No Name of faculty member Educational Qualification
1
Dr. B.V. Tamhankar
M.Sc. B.Ed, L.L.B, Ph.D.
2
Mr. R.D.Tasgaonkar
M.Sc.
3
Dr. B.M.Sargar
M.Sc, Ph.D..
4
Dr. S.R.Sabale
M.Sc, Ph.D..
5
Mr. G.H.Nikam
M.Sc, SET
6
Mr. R. S. Dhabbe
M.Sc. NET
7
Miss. H. G. Bhade
M.Sc
8
Mrs. P.K. Belshitte
M.Sc, B. Ed.
9
Mrs. S.S. Kumbhar
M.Sc., B. Ed.
10
Miss. R.G. Jadhav
M. Sc.
11
Miss S. J. Mane-Gawade M.Sc.
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) National
b) International funding agencies and grants received
Sr.
No
Name
faculty
member
of Project
title
1
Total
grant Total grant Funding
Sancationed
received
agency
Separate list is attached
17. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc.
and total grants received –
In Tenth plan Rs. 5,60,000/- Granted by UGC in following heads
Books and Journal
- 40000/-
Equipments :
- 2,35000/-
Travel :
- 40,000/-
Countigancy :
- 75000/-
Chemicals :
- 1,70000/-
Special need
- 0
DST-FIST
- 99.5 Lakh (Sanctioned) 57 Lakh (Received)
18. Research Centre /facility recognized by the University - Yes
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Status
19. Publications: M.Sc. (PG) (TandD) M.Phil, Ph.D, recognized by Shivaji University,
Kolhapur
* a) Publication per faculty
Sr. No
1
2
3
4
5
Name of faculty member
Dr. B.V. Tamhankar
Mr. R.D.Tasgaonkar
Dr. B.M.Sargar
Dr. S.R.Sabale
Mr. G.H.Nikam
Publication within five years
02
03
10
20
06
Total publication
05
03
15
24
06
* Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
international) by faculty and students
50
* Number of publications listed in International Database (For Eg: Web of
Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)
50
* Monographs -
Nil
* Chapter in Books -
1
* Books Edited -
Nil
* Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of publishers -
Nil
* Citation Index
- BVT (40), BMS (38), SRS (60), GHN (16)
* SNIP
Nil
* SJR
Nil
* Impact factor
Nil
* h-index
- BVT (3), BMS (3), SRS (5), GHN (2)
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated
325
* Department of Chemistry has provided consultancy services to the society in the
following
areas Water analysis, Soil analysis, Fertilizer analysis and chemical analysis
21. Faculty as members in –
a) National committees - Nil
b) International Committees
Nil
c) Editorial Boards…. Dr. S.R.Sabale : Journal of Biodegrading Biomediation
Dr. B.M. Sargar, Dr. B.V.Tamhankar: Research View (JCJ)
22. Student projects
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including interdepartmental/programme
B.Sc. III- 90
%
M.Sc.-II –
100 %
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the institution i. e
.in
Research laboratories/Industry/other agencies - B. Sc. 10%
23. Awards/ Recognitions received by faculty and students
Post Doctoral Fellow- Shanghai University China, Dr. S.R. Sabale
Dr. B. V. Tamhankar: Recognised M.Sc. T & D, M.Phil., Ph. D. Guide, Shivaji University,
Kolhapur
Dr. B. M. Sargar: Recognised M.Phil., Ph. D. Guide, Shivaji University, Kolhapur
Shri. R. D. Tasgaonkar: Recognised P.G. Teacher Shivaji University, Kolhapur
Dr. S. R. Sabale: Recognised P.G. Teacher Shivaji University, Kolhapur
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department
Dr. B.S.Mohite, Dr. M.A.Anuse, Dr.U.V.Desai, Dr. R.R.Kumbhar, Prof. S. N. Limaye
25. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding
State level Workshop -
Chemistry in our life 2011, SUK Rs- 5000
One day State level Workshop on Preparation of SET and NET Examinations in
Chemistry, Self funding
a) National – Human Rights (2010), Inspire (2013 and 2014)
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b) International
Nil
26. Student profile programme/course wise:
Name of the course Applications
received
B. Sc. III
70
M. Sc. II
20
27. Diversity of Students
Name of the
course
B. Sc.
Selected
Male Female
32
31
05
15
Passing Percentage
Male Female
66%
80%
80%
100%
% of students from the same
state
100 %
% of students
from other state
Nil
%of students
from abroad
Nil
100 %
Nil
Nil
M. Sc.
28. How many students have cleared national and competitive examinations such as
NET, SLET, NET SET- GATE, Civil services, Defense services, etc. ?
1 Pandav Rajkumar : SET
2 Amol Jadhav
: NET
3 Trusha Phule
: NET (JRF)
4 Keshav Pakhare
: NET
29. Student progression
Student progression
UG to PG
PG to M. Phil
PG to Ph. D
Ph. D to Post Doctoral
Employed
. Campus selection
. Other than campus recuirment
Competitive Exams (Administrative)
. State MPSC
. National UPSC
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
Against % enrolled
30
Nil
5%
Nil
Nil
50%
Nil
Nil
a) Library
•
Yes, Departmental Library
b) Internet facilities for Staff and Students
•
Yes, 4 –Computer, 1-Laptop
c) Class rooms with ICT facility
- Yes
327
d) Laboratories
•
UG -1, PG-2, Research lab – 1, DST-FIST Central Lab -1
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,
Government or other agencies
• Malhotra Weikfield foundation, Pune.
• Jindal Scholarship
• B.N. Kulkarni Scholarship
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops /
seminar) with external experts
Yes, Six senior experts visited our departments and delivered lectures to
PG students.
• Remedial coaching, Study tours, Science and Educational exhibition,
seminars and group discussion.
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning
•
•
•
•
Lecture cum Demonstration method using models,
Powerpoint presentations
Access to Internet
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and
Extension activities
•
One staff member is working as programme officer organization of blood
donation and Tree plantation. (Dr. B.M.Sargar)
35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans
Strengths :
•
Well qualified teaching staff .
•
Well equipped, aerated lab for M. Sc. and Research
•
Excellent results of the students
Weaknesses :
•
Insufficient and old laboratory for UG
•
Lack of full time faculty for want of full time permission.
Opportunities:
•
After completion of B.Sc/ M.Sc./M.phil/ph.D with chemistry students can get
job in industries / Teaching and Research Institutions
Challenges:
328
•
To create more job opportunities to UG and PG Students.
Future plans:
•
To generate maximum research funds from UGC, DST etc.
•
To Introduce another PG Course namely M.Sc. (Organic Chemistry)
•
To establish placement cell.
Efforts to get government permission to fill faculty vacancies.
Minor Resarch Projects
Name of the Investigator Title of the project and duration Amount
sanctioned
Dr.B.V Tamhankar (2005) Applications of new reagents in 35,000=00
organic synthesis
Dr. B.M. Sargar
Solvent extraction of Cr(IV) 10,000=00
(2009)
with high molecular weight
amine: Separation of chromium
from waste effluent from
Jayanti Nala in Kolhapur city
Dr.S.R. Sabale 2011
Environmental assessment to 80,000=00
establish baseline level of soil
and water parameters around
Jaitapur (Konkan) region
Dr.B.V. Tamhankar
Oxidative transformations by 1,80,000=00
some oxidising agents
Shri G.H. Nikam
Development of analytical 1,60,000=00
method
for
extractive
separation of some metals
using cyanex and crown ethers
Dr. S.R. Sabale
Synthesis of nanomaterials for 12,25,000=00
analytical
applications
in
Collaboration with Shivaji
University
Shri R. D. Tasgaonkar
Synthesis and Characterization 70,000=00
of metal oxide coated silica
nanoparticles for organmic
applications
Dr. B. M. Sargar
Synthesis and characterization 70,000=00
of ZnO nanoparticles
Dr. S.R. Sabale
Effect of Third component on 14,69,600=00
water alcohol mixtures using
density, compressibility and
phase separation data to
develop phase diagram
•
Funding Agency
UGC
Shivaji University
UGC
UGC
UGC
UGC
UGC
UGC
UGC
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EVALUATIVE REPORT OFTHE DEPARTMENT OF BOTANY
1. Name of the department: -
Botany
2. Year of Establishment: -
1987
3. Names of Programmes / Courses offered
UG- B.Sc.
(UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated
Masters Integrated Ph.D. etc.)
4. Names of Interdisciplinary courses
Nil
and the departments/units involved
5. Annual/ semester/choice based
credit system (program wise)
Semester pattern
6. Participation of the department in the
Nil
courses offered by other departments
7. Courses in collaboration with other
Nil
universities, industries, foreign institutions, etc.
8. Details of courses/ programs discontinued
Nil
(if any) with reasons
9. Number of Teaching posts –
Post
Sanctioned
Filled
Professors
--Associate Professors
02
02
Asst. Professors
02
0
CHB
0
06
Total
04
08
* Government Permission awaited for filling full time vacancies. However government
has allow appointment of teachers on Lecture Basis (CHB)
10 Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization,
(D.Sc./D.Litt./Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,) :
330
Name
Qualification
Dr.B.M. Rathor
M.Sc. Ph.D.
Dr.(Mrs.)M. V.Kale
M.Sc. Ph.D.
Mrs. M. N.
Walavade
Miss. S. N. Patil
M.Sc.
M.Sc.
Shri. R. R. Patil
M.Sc. B. Ed
Shri S. B.
Surywanshi.
M.Sc. B. Ed.
Smt. V. A. Patil
M.Sc. B.Ed.
Miss. K.N. Dubal
M.Sc.
Designation
Specialization
Associate
professor
Associate
professor
Assit. Prof.
(CHB)
Assit. Prof.
(CHB)
Assit. Prof.
(CHB)
Assit. Prof.
(CHB)
Assit. Prof.
(CHB)
Assit. Prof.
(CHB)
Plant
Physiology
Plant
Physiology
Plant
Pathology
Plant
Physiology
Plant
Physiology
Plant
Physiology
No. of
years
of
Experi
ence
28
Years
26
Years
No. of Ph.
D, Students
guided for
the Last 4
years
03
04
05
--
01
--
03
--
01
--
Mycology
01
--
Ecology
01
-Nil
11. List of senior visiting faculty:
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled (program wise) by
temporary faculty
80%
13. Student -Teacher Ratio (program wise):
B. Sc. – 23:1 , T, 20:1 P
T- Theory, P- Practical
14. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff; sanctioned
and
filled
Academic Support Staff (Technical)
Sanctioned
Filled
Lab. Assistant
01
01
Lab. Attendent
02
02
Total
03
03
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with D.Sc. / D.Litt. / Ph.D. / M.Phil. / PG.
Sr.
No
Name of faculty member
1 Dr. B. M. Rathor.
2 Dr. Mrs. M. V. Kale
3 Mrs. M. N. Walavade
Educational Qualification
M.Sc. Ph.D.
M.Sc. Ph.D.
M.Sc.
331
4
Miss. S. N. Patil
M.Sc.
5 Shri. R. R. Patil
M.Sc. B. Ed
6 Shri S. B. Surywanshi.
M.Sc. B. Ed.
7 Smt. V. A. Patil
M.Sc. B.Ed.
8 Miss. K.N. Dubal
M.Sc.
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from
a) National
Sr.
No
1
b) International funding agencies and grants received
Name of faculty Project
member
title
Dr. Mrs. M. V. Kale
Total
grant Total grant Funding
Sanctioned
received
agency
9,70,300/7,08,800/UGC
New
Delhi
Title – “Ethnomedicinal studies in some medicinal ferns of south western
Ghats- a biodiversity hot spot”
•
Dr. Mrs. M. V. Kale applied for National patent on March 14th 2014.
17. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc.
and total grants received – (X and XI)
In Tenth plan Rs. 9,70,300/- Granted by UGC in following heads
Books and Journal -
50,000/-
Equipments –
3,50,000/-
Travel -
50,000/-
Contingency –
20,000/-
Chemicals -
90,000/-
Special need -
1,22,000/-
18. Research Centre /facility recognized by the University
Nil
19. Publications:
* a) Publication per faculty
Sr. No
Name of faculty
Publication within
Total
member
five years
publication
1
Dr. B. M. Rathor
01
01
2
Dr. Mrs. M. V.Kale
11
22
* Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
international) by faculty and students
* Number of publications listed in International Database (For Eg: Web of
Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)
332
14
Status
Completed
* Impact factor
2.7, 0.7
* h-index
01
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated
Aurvedic Tomke Products, Jaysingpur, Green House Consultancy
21. Faculty as members in
a) National committees
Nil
b) International Committees
Nil
c) Editorial Boards…. The Research view Journal
02
Wamayug Research Journal
01
22. Student projects
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter
departmental/ program
-
B.
Sc.
III
100 %
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the
institution i.e. in Research laboratories/Industry/other agencies
Nil
23. Awards/ Recognitions received by faculty and students
Awards = 06 Recognition = 02
Recognized Ph. D. Research Guide by JJT University, Rajsthan recognition
No. JJT/2K9/ SC/ 0846.
Recognized Ph. D. Research Guide by Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department
Nil
25. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding
Nil
a) National- UGC Sponsored two days National Conference organized on “Recent
Trends in life Sciences” – 6th & 7th February – 2015.
b) International
Nil
26. Student profile program/course wise: (2012-13)
Name of the
Applications
Selected
course
received
Male Female
Male
Female
B. Sc. III
17
06
100%
100%
11
Passing ercentage
333
27. Diversity of Students
Name of the
course
% of students from
the same state
% of students
from other state
%of students
from abroad
B. Sc.
100 %
Nil
Nil
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such
as
NET, SLET,GATE, Civil services, Defense services, etc. ?
Nil
29. Student progression
Student progression
UG to PG
PG to M. Phil
PG to Ph. D
Ph. D to Post Doctoral
Employed
. Campus selection
. Other than campus requirement
Against % enrolled
06%
-
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library
•
Yes, department have its own library with 40 books. Many of them are
latest and of well known publishers.
b) Internet facilities for Staff and Students
•
Yes, Internet facilities are available for both staff and students.
c) Class rooms with ICT facility
Yes
d) Laboratories
•
Two laboratories with adequate equipment and material required for
Prescribed syllabus.
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,
Government or other agencies
• Yes, 80%of students (SC/ ST/OBC/NT/SBC/ Minorities/ Handicapped etc) get
scholarship from the state Government and central governments central merit
scholarship.
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar)
with external experts
334
• Yes, Different places of frequent tour for Botanical interest were arranged for B.
Sc. III students. and one or two tours are arranged for B. Sc. I / B. Sc.II students
respectively
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning
•
Lecture cum Demonstration method, using models, charts and specimens.
•
Power-Point presentations , Brain Storming
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and
•
Extension activities
•
Dr. B. M. Rathor associated with N.C. C. activity as N. C. C. officer (A. N. O.)
up to
June 2009. and also hold the post of Science faculty Incharge.
35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans
Strengths:
•
Two permanent staff members are Ph.D. holder
•
Well equipped laboratories
•
Ongoing one major research project.
Weaknesses:
•
Requirement of one permanent staff
•
Lack of full time faculty for want of full time permission
•
Non availability of skilled laboratory staff
Opportunities:
•
To get the job in forest dept. through MPS C and UPSC
•
Opportunities are there in pharmaceutical industries,
•
Pathological laboratories, farming industries.
Challenges:
• To promote the students for PG and research activities.
Future plans:
• Planning to organize short term course, regarding farm industry. Involvement of staff
and students in research project and other activities
•
Efforts go get government permission to fill faculty vacancies.
335
EVALUATIVE REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENTS OF ZOOLOGY
1. Name of the department
Zoology
2. Year of Establishment
1993
3. Names of Programmes / Courses offered
UG - B.Sc.
(UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)
4. Names of Interdisciplinary courses
Nil
and the departments/units involved
5. Annual/ semester/choice based
credit system (programme wise)
Semester pattern
6. Participation of the department in the
Nil
courses offered by other departments
7. Courses in collaboration with other
Nil
universities, industries, foreign institutions, etc.
8. Details of courses/programmes discontinued
Nil
(if any) with reasons
9. Number of Teaching posts (04)
Post
Professors
Associate Professors
Asstt. Professors
CHB
Total
* Government Permission awaited for filling full
Sanctioned
Filled
--01
01
02
01
00
07
04
09
time vacancies. However government
has allow appointment of teachers on Lecture Basis (CHB)
10. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation,
specialization, (D.Sc./D.Litt./Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,) :
336
Name
Qualification
Dr.S.A. Manjare
M.Sc. M.phil., Associate
Ph.D.
Professor
Environmenta
l Biology
Dr.(Mrs.)V.
A.Mankapure
M.Sc. M.Phil., Asst.
Ph.D., D.H.E. Professor
Cell biology 20 Years
and Genetics
Nil
M.Sc. B.Ed
Entomology
1 Year
Nil
General
chemistry
Entomology
1 Year
Nil
1 Year
Nil
Cell Biology
1 Year
Nil
Entomology
2 Year
Nil
Physiology
2 Year
Nil
Physiology
1 Year
Nil
Miss S. S. Patil
Miss. V.B.
M.Sc.
Nalwade
Miss. P.B.
M.Sc.
Kamble
Miss. A.M. Sathe M.Sc.
Shri. K.A.
Kumbhar
M.Sc.
Shri P.S.
Harshad
Shri. A. B.Patil
M.Sc.
Designation
Asst.Prof.
CHB)
Asst.Prof.
(CHB)
Asst.Prof.
(CHB)
Asst.Prof.
(CHB)
Asst.Prof.
(CHB)
Asst.Prof.
(CHB)
M.Sc.
Asst.Prof.
(CHB)
11. List of senior visiting faculty :
Specialization
No.
of No. of Ph. D,
years
of Students
Experience guided for the
Last 4 years
26 Years
Nil
Nil
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical
90% to 100%
classes handled (programme wise) by temporary faculty
13. Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise) :
B. Sc. - 31:1 (T), 20:1 (P)
14. Number of academic support staff (technical)
and administrative staff; sanctioned and filled
Academic Support Staff (Technical)
Lab. Assistant
Lab. Attendent
Total
Sanctioned
01
02
03
Filled
01
02
03
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with D.Sc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil/PG.
Sr. No
1
2
3
4
Name of faculty member
Dr. S. A. Manjare
Dr. (Mrs) V. A. Mankapure
Miss S. S. Patil
Miss. V.B. Nalwade
Educational Qualification
M.Sc. M.Phil., Ph.D
M.Sc. M.Phil., Ph.D., D.H.E
M.Sc. B.Ed
M.Sc.
337
5
6
Miss. P.B. Kamble
Miss. A.M. Sathe
M.Sc.
M.Sc.
7
8
Shri. K.A. Kumbhar
Shri P.S. Harshad
M.Sc.
M.Sc.
9
Shri. A. B.Patil
M.Sc.
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) National
b) International funding agencies and grants received
Sr.
Name
of
faculty
member
1 Dr.Mrs.
V.A.
Mankapure
Project title
“Applications
Earhworm
Biotechnology
Floriculture.”for
period,2005-2007.
Total grant Total
Sancationed grant
received
of 28,000/28,000/-
Funding
agency
Status
UGC
Completed
in 2011
in
the
2 Dr.S.A.
Manjare
Growth response Of 1,30,000/90,000/- UGC
Catla
catla
And
Labeo rohita To Plant
Formulated Diets As
Protein Source ”
17. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc.
On going
and total grants received –
In Tenth plan Rs. 1,92,000/- Granted by UGC in following heads
Books and Journal –
10000/-
Equipments :
-
50000/-
Travel :
-
15000/-
Countigency :
-
15000/-
Chemicals :
-
40000/-
Special need
-
18. Research Centre /facility recognized by the University
0
Nil
19. Publications:
•
a) Publication per faculty
Sr.
No
1
2
Name of faculty member
Dr. S. A. Manjare
Dr.Mrs.V.A. Mankapure
Publication within
five years
11
04
Total
publication
11
04
* Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /international)
by faculty and students
* Number of publications listed in International Database (For Eg: Web of
Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database -
338
Nil
International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)
Nil
* Books Edited The Research view
01
* Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of publishers -
02
A HAND BOOK OF PRACTICAL ZOOLOGY FOR B.Sc PART I & II Published
by Tejas Prakashan Kolhapur.
* Citation Index
31
* Impact factor
1.560
* h-index
10
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated
Yes
21. Faculty as members in
a) National committees
Nil
b) International Committees
Nil
c) Editorial Boards
Associate Editor ‘ The Research View’
22. Student projects
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter
departmental/programme
100%
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the institution i.
e .in Research laboratories/Industry/other agencies
Nil
23. Awards/ Recognitions received by faculty and students
Nil
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department
Nil
25. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding – Two days
UGC sponsored National conference organized 6th & 7th February, 2015.
a) National
Nil
b) International
Nil
26. Student profile programme/course wise:
Name of the
course
B. Sc. III
27. Diversity of Students
Name of the
course
B. Sc.
Applications
received
11
% of students
from the same
state
100 %
Selected
Male Female
0
11
Passing Percentage
Male Female
100%
% of students
from other state
%of students
from abroad
Nil
Nil
339
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such
as
NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services, etc. ?
Nil
29. Student progression
Student progression
UG to PG
PG to M. Phil
PG to Ph. D
Ph. D to Post Doctoral
Employed
. Campus selection
. Other than campus recuirment
Competitive Exams (Administrative)
. State MPSC
. National UPSC
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
Against % enrolled
30-40%
10%
Nil
Nil
Nil
a) Library
•
Yes, Department have its own library with 50 books. Many of them are
latest and of well known publishers.
b) Internet facilities for Staff and Students
•
Yes, Internet facilities are available for both staff and students.
c) Class rooms with ICT facility.
•
Yes
d) Laboratories
•
Yes, Two laboratories with adequate equipment and material required for
prescribed syllabus.
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,
Government or other agencies
• Yes, SC/ ST/OBC/NT/SBC/ Minorities/ Handicapped etc get scholarship from
the state Government and central governments central merit scholarship
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar)
with external experts
• Yes, In the first and second term seminars were organized for B. Sc. III
Students.
340
• Organised the B.Sc. I/II/III year students for Excursion study tour to sea shore,
Applied, Bird sanctuary, Habitat ecosystem, National park /Zoo etc.
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning
• Lecture cum Demonstration method, using models, charts and specimens.
• Powerpoint presentations
• Using Slid projector
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities
• Faculty member and students also engaged in social welfare activities like AIDS
awareness program, Blood donation camps, Blood group check up camps,
Participation in NSS camps etc.
35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans
Strengths :
• Two permanent staff members are Ph.D. holder
• Well equipped laboratories
• Existing staff is well qualified and experienced
• Disciplined student.
• The department has dedicated staff members, adopting about 32-40 student by
each staff member to solve personal and academic problems.
Weaknesses :
• Teacher vacancy.
• Lack of full time faculty for want of full time permission
Opportunities:
• Student can take admission to PG such as Zoology Fishery, Biochemistry,
Agriculture pest management, fisheries, DMLT and biotechnology.
Challenges:
• To provides advance Knowledge of the subject and inculcate research Activities.
• To achieve 100% results and encourage the students to join in M.Sc.
Zoology.
Future plans:
• Planning to organizes National conference.
• To established PG department and research lab for students and Staff
• Efforts to get government permission to fill faculty vacancies.
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•
EVALUATIVE REPORT OF
THE DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS
1. Name of the department
-
Mathematics and Statistics
2. Year of Establishment
-
1993
3. Names of Programmes / Courses offered -
B.Sc.
(UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)
4. Names of Interdisciplinary courses
-
BCS, B.Com.( Statistics)
-
Semester Based
-
BCS, B.Com.( Statistics)
and the departments/units involved
5. Annual/ semester/choice based
credit system (programme wise)
6. Participation of the department in the
courses offered by other departments
7. Courses in collaboration with other
universities, industries, foreign institutions, etc. 8. Details of courses/programmes discontinued
-
Nil
Nil
(if any) with reasons
9. Number of Teaching posts (03)
Post
Sanctioned
Filled
Professors
--Associate Professors
--Assistant Professors
03
02
CHB
00
06
Total
03
08
* Government Permission awaited for filling full time vacancies. However government
has allow appointment of teachers on Lecture Basis (CHB)
10.
Faculty
profile
with
name,
(D.Sc./D.Litt./Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,)
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qualification,
designation,
specialization,
Qualificatio
n
Name
Mr. S.T. kale
Mr. R.
Shinde
Designation
M. Sc
Assistant
Professor
D. M. Sc. SET, Assistant
NET-JRF
Professor
Specialization
No. of years
of Experience
No. of Ph. D,
Students
guided for the
Last 4 years
Mathematics
10
--
Statistics
04
--
Note- Mr. S.T. kale on medical leave without pay form July-2010.
11. List of senior visiting faculty:
-
Nil
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled (programme wise) by
temporary faculty -
13. Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise)
Mathematics : 100%
:
Statistics
:57.10%
B.Sc.
– 38 : 1
B.Sc. – I Stat – 106:1
B.Com – II Stat – 85:1
14. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff; sanctioned
and filled :
Academic Support Staff (Technical) Sanctioned Filled
Lab. Assistant
00
Nil
Lab. Attendants
01
01
Total
01
01
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil/PG.
Mathematics:
Sr.
No
1
2
3
4
5
Name of faculty Educational Qualification
member
Mr. S.T. kale
M. Sc.
Mr. M. A.. Shinge
M. Sc., B. Ed
Mr. A.T. Ainapure
M. Sc., B. Ed
Mr. Y. G. Gavali
M. Sc.
Miss.
A.
M.
M. Sc.
Vasawade
6
Miss. S. S. Mullya
M. Sc.
Statistics:
Sr.
No
1.
2.
Name of faculty Educational Qualification
member
Mr. R. D. Shinde
M.Sc. SET, NET-JRF
Mr. S. A. More
M. Sc.
Remark
On Medical Leave
CHB
CHB
CHB
CHB
CHB
Remark
Full time
CHB
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16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) National b) International funding
agencies and grants received
-
Nil
17. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc.
and total grants received –
Nil
18. Research Centre /facility recognized by the University :
Nil
19. Publications:
Nil
* a) Publication per faculty
* Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /international)
by faculty and students
:
Nil
* Number of publications listed in International Database (For Eg: Web of
Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)
Nil
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated:
Nil
21. Faculty as members in
Nil
-
a) National committees:
Nil
b) International Committees:
Nil
c) Editorial Boards….:
Nil
22. Student projects:
Nil
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter
departmental/programme – B. Sc III-Mathematics(100%)
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the
institution i. e .in Research laboratories/Industry/other agencies
Nil
23. Awards/ Recognitions received by faculty and students :
Nil
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department :
Nil
25. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding:
Nil
a) National
:
Nil
b) International
:
Nil
26. Student profile programme/course wise:
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Name of the
Applications
course
received
Selected
Passing Percentage
Male Female
Male
Female
B. Sc. III
38
09
29
100%
100%
B. Sc. I (Stat)
213
98
115
83%
91%
B.Com. –II( Stat)
85
62
23
65%
90%
27. Diversity of Students
Name of the % of students from the % of students from %of students from
course
same state
other state
abroad
B.Sc.
100 %
Nil
Nil
B. Com.
100%
Nil
Nil
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such
as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services, etc. ?
Nil
29. Student progression
Nil
Student progression
UG to PG
PG to M. Phil
PG to Ph. D
Ph. D to Post Doctoral
Employed
. Campus selection
. Other than campus recruitment
Competitive Exams (Administrative)
. State
. National
Against % enrolled
70%
40%
05%
30%
Nil
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library
Central library facility is available : Departmental library with 100 books
b) Internet facilities for Staff and Students :Yes
c) Class rooms with ICT facility :Yes
d) Laboratories: One computer lab with 10 computers and a printer.
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,
Government or other agencies:
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•
Yes/
SC/ST/OBC/
Minorities/
Handicapped/
Women
candidates
and
meritorious students etc get scholarship from the government
•
JCMC scholarship given to the student from the Mathematics department.
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (conducted one special lecture /
workshops /
seminar) with external experts
-
•
Two guest lectures per semester.
•
JCMC is working for development and interest among students for mathematics
and Statistics subject.
•
Journal computation, quiz computation has conducted.
33.Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning.
•
Remedial coaching
•
Use of computer—video lectures
•
Use of computer software’s- C, C++ and MATLAB Practical’s
•
Problem solving method – lecture method
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities:
•
NSS and NCC
35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans
Strengths:
•
Computer lab
•
High results
•
Independent department.
•
Full strength for TY B.Sc.
•
E-Library
Weaknesses:
•
No permanent faculty
•
No permanent non-teaching staff
•
Lack of full time faculty for want of full time permission.
Opportunities:
•
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To do research in mathematics
•
To create interest in Competitive examination.
•
Placement in Banking, finance sector.
Challenges:
•
To create interest among students in mathematics and statistics
Future plans:
•
To start statistics subject at departmental level.
•
Participation of faculty in professional development programme
•
Organization of seminars to provide good knowledge of subject.
•
Planning to introduce new and modern techniques in teaching and learning
process.
•
Efforts to get government permission to fill faculty vacancies.
347
EVALUATIVE REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT
OF FOOD SCIENCE AND QUALITY CONTROL
1. Name of the Department:
Food Science and Quality Control.
2. Year of Establishment:
2010.
3. Names of Programmes / Courses offered
UG –B.Sc.
(UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated
UGC-COP Course- Bakery and
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.) Confectionary
UGC-COP Course- Bakery and Confectionary
4. Names of Interdisciplinary courses
and the departments/units involved Botany, Chemistry.
5. Annual/ semester/choice based
.
credit system (programme wise):
6. Participation of the department in the
Semester System (B.Sc.)
UGC-COP- Credit System
UGC-COP Course- Food, Soil, Water
courses offered by other departments: Analysis offered by Chemistry Dept.
7. Courses in collaboration with other
universities, industries, foreign institutions, etc
No
8. Details of courses/programmes discontinued
(if any) with reasons
No
9. Number of Teaching posts (02)
Post
Professors
Associate Professors
Asstt. Professors
CHB
Total
* Government Permission awaited for filling full
Sanctioned
Filled
----------------------------02
----02
time vacancies. However government
has allow appointment of teachers on Lecture Basis (CHB)
10.
Faculty
profile
(D.Sc./D.Litt./Ph.D. /
348
with
name,
M. Phil. etc.,) :
qualification,
designation,
specialization,
Sr
No.
Name
Qualification
Designation
1
Miss.S.T. Mulik.
M.Sc.
C.H.B.
2
Miss.P.R.Bhise
M.Sc.
C.H.B.
No. of years
of
Experience
Specialization
Food Science
and Technology
Food Science
and Technology
02
01
11. List of senior visiting faculty :
No
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical
classes handled (programme wise) by temporary faculty :
13. Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise) :
100%
B.Sc- 38:1(T) 1:20 (P)
14. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff; sanctioned and
filled
Sanctioned
Filled
Academic Support Staff (Technical)
Lab. Assistant
----Lab. Attendent
----Temporary
---01
Total
---01
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil/PG.
Sr.
No
Name of faculty member
Educational Qualification
1
Miss.S.T.Mulik
M.Sc.
2
Miss.P.R.Bhise
M.Sc.
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) National
b) International funding agencies and grants received - Nil
17. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc.
and total grants received –
Nil
18. Research Centre /facility recognized by the University :
NA
19. Publications:
Nil
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated:
1. Swabhimani Agro products and producers co. Ltd for microbial analysis
2. Cake walk Bakery Proprietor about Bakery equipments
3. Mr. K.S. Pakhare – PhD Student analysis of antibacterial activity
21. Faculty as members in committees
Nil
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22. Student projects
Nil
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter
departmental/programme:
100%
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the
institution i. e .in Research laboratories/Industry/other agencies
23. Awards/ Recognitions received by faculty and students:
Nil
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department:
Dr. Rizwan Pinjari ( MIT College, Pune)
25. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding
Nil
26. Student profile programme/course wise:
Name of the course
B.Sc.III
27. Diversity of Students
Applications
received
11
Selected
Male Female
03
08
Passing %
Male Female
100% 100%
Name of the % of students from the % of students from %of students from
course
same state
other state
abroad
B. Sc.
100 %
Nil
Nil
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such
as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services, etc. ?
Nil
29. Student progression
Student progression
UG to PG
PG to M. Phil
PG to Ph. D
Ph. D to Post Doctoral
Employed
Against % enrolled
30%
-----
Competitive Exams (Administrative)
--
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library:
The college library is enriched with reference books and referred journals.
b) Internet facilities for Staff and Students:
Nil
c) Class rooms with ICT facility :
Yes
d) Laboratories:
•
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Well equipped laboratory is available with all types of hi- tech equipments.
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,
Government or other agencies
•
100%
Yes, all the students belonging to SC/ ST/OBC/NT/SBC/ Minorities/
Handicapped etc get scholarship from the state Government and
Central governments central merit scholarship.
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops /seminar) with
external experts:
•
Seminars pertaining to different subjects are conducted for the benefit of
students.
•
Various models are also prepared related to food industry in education
exhibition.
•
The UGC approved and sanctioned an amount of Rs. 10,00,000/-as grant for
Carrier Oriented Programme “Bakery and Confectionary” in the year 2012.
•
The college has also established a Remedial coaching center for students.
•
The department has organized educational tours of class B.Sc-I,II and III to
‘Soham and Exotic Food Industry’ to Ratnagiri with 12 students, B.Sc- II to
Shivaji University, Kolhapur with 22 students and B.Sc- I to GokulShirgaon with 34 students. The tour was organized by Miss. P.R. Bhise and
Miss S.T.Mulik.
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning:
•
Models and charts are used by the faculty.
•
Demonstration method is used for explaining some topics.
•
The lecture method is supplemented by ICT by using LCD Projector and
power point presentation.
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities:
• NSS and NCC units organized special camps in the villages. Students
participated in the programmes like Blood Donation Camps, AIDS awareness
rally in the streets of villages.
351
35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans
Strengths :
• Three MoU,s were made with the following laboratories and industries to impart
training in research field.
• Nikhil Analytical Laboratory, Sangli.
• Swabhimani Agro Food products and producers, Jaysingpur.
• Puru Laboratory, Jaysingpur.
• Department has running UGC sanctioned Carrier Oriented Programme “Bakery
and Confectionary”.
• Well equipped laboratory with all types of hi-tech equipments
Weaknesses :
•
Lack of permanent and qualified staff.
•
Department is non-grantable.
Opportunities:
•
Positions with food and allied industries, government and independent
research institutes.
•
Employment in Companies that manufacture retail food products and
supporting food manufacturers.
•
Technical and administrative positions are also available in various
government agencies and with independent testing laboratories.
•
Positions with management, process supervision, production and process
development, process supervision, marketing public health, basic and
applied research, consulting, government food infection, trade association
activities and promotional and educational services.
Challenges:
• Encouragement of students for P.G. and research activities.
• Marketing and funding of continuing operations in research and
development.
Future plans:
• Recruitment of highly qualified and experience lecturers on contract basis.
• To set well equipped unit for Bakery and Confectionary and promote the
students for profession.
352
•
To get the financial assistance by Ministry of Food Processing, India.
•
Motivate the faculty and students for interaction with industries for
research.
353
EVALUATIVE REPORT OF THE
DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE (BCS)
1. Name of the department :
Batchelor of Computer Science (BCS)
2. Year of Establishment :
2007
3. Names of Programmes / Courses offered
U. G.
(UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)
4. Names of Interdisciplinary courses
Nil
and the departments/units involved
5. Annual/ semester/choice based
Semester
credit system (programme wise)
6. Participation of the department in the
UGC-COP Information and
courses offered by other departments
Computer Application
7. Courses in collaboration with other
Nil
universities, industries, foreign institutions, etc.
8. Details of courses/programmes discontinued
Nil
(if any) with reasons
9. Number of Teaching posts (04)
Post
Professors
Associate Professors
Asstt. Professors
10.
Faculty
CHB
Total
profile
with
name,
Sanctioned
--
Filled
-05
qualification,
04
09
specialization,
designation,
(D.Sc./D.Litt./Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,) :
Specializ
ation
No. of years of
Experience
Name
Qualification
Designatin
Shri. Patil B. A.
Shri. Patil Rohan B.
B. E.
M.C.A.
Co-ordinator
Lecturer(FT)
-
11
05
Shri. Lele Vallabh. H.
M.Sc. Comp.
Lecturer(FT)
-
07
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Miss. Charate Hemalata N.
Miss. Chougule Aruna M.
Miss.Kore Dhanashri H.
Shri. Balgonda A. Patil
M.Sc. Comp.
M.Sc. Maths
M.Sc. Elect.
M. A. English
M.Sc., Envsci.
Miss. R. D. Mhamulkar
11. List of senior visiting faculty :
CHB
Lecturer
Lecturer
CHB
-
05
01
05
03
CHB
02
Nil
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical
100%
classes handled (programme wise) by temporary faculty
13. Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise) :
BCS-I
1:22
BCS-II
1:07
BCS-III
1:12
14. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff; sanctioned and
filled
Nil
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil/PG. Nil
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from
Nil
17. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc.
and total grants received –
Nil
18. Research Centre /facility recognized by the University
Nil
19. Publications:
Nil
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated
Free Computer Consultancy to the College Staff.
21. Faculty as members in Comittees
Nil
22. Student projects
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter
departmental/programme
BCS-III-100%
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the
institution i. e .in Research laboratories/Industry/other agencies
Nil
23. Awards/ Recognitions received by faculty and students
Nil
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department
Nil
25. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding
Nil
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26. Student profile programme/course wise:(2013-14)
Name of the course
B.C.S.-I
B.C.S.-II
B.C.S.-III
Applications
received
25
07
12
Selected
Male Female
11
11
04
03
02
10
Passing %
Male Female
100%
100%
0% 100%
100%
100%
27. Diversity of Students
Name of the
% of students from
% of students
course
the same state
from other state
B.C.S.-I/II/III
100 %
Nil
28. How many students have cleared national and
state competitive examinations such as NET, SLET.?
%of students
from abroad
Nil
Nil
29. Student progression
Student progression
UG to PG
PG to M. Phil
PG to Ph. D
Ph. D to Post Doctoral
Employed
Competitive Exams (Administrative)
Against % enrolled
02 (MCS)
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library
Nil
b) Internet facilities for Staff and Students
Yes
c) Class rooms with ICT facility
Yes
d) Laboratories
Yes
One Computer Lab with 20 Computers
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,
Government or other agencies
BCS-I
05
B.C.S.-II
02
B.C.S.-III
03
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops /
seminar) with external experts
•
Science Exhibition
•
Organized study tour for 15 students of BCSIII to BSNL Sangli and visited
various Departments of BSNL.
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33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning
•
Audio and Video, discussion methods
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and
•
Extension activities
Tree plantation
35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans
Strengths :
•
Staff with good academic qualification.
•
Industry visits and field work.
•
100% Result.
Weaknesses :
•
Non grant course.
•
No permanent staff.
Opportunities:
•
To create professionals as per company requirements.
Challenges:
•
To fulfill strength of all classes.
•
To provide job opportunities as early as possible.
•
To develop creative approach among the students.
Future plans:
•
Planning to introduce new and modern techniques in teaching and
learning process.
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EVALUATIVE REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENTOF BBA
1. Name of the department :
Batchelor of Business Administrator (BBA)
2. Year of Establishment :
2008-2009
3. Names of Programmes / Courses offered
U. G.
(UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)
4. Names of Interdisciplinary courses
Nil
and the departments/units involved
5. Annual/ semester/choice based
Semester
credit system (programme wise)
6. Participation of the department in the
Nil
courses offered by other departments
7. Courses in collaboration with other
Nil
universities, industries, foreign institutions, etc.
8. Details of courses/programmes discontinued
Nil
(if any) with reasons
9. Number of Teaching posts (04)
358
Post
Sanctioned
Filled
Professors
-
-
Associate Professors
-
-
Asstt. Professors
-
03
CHB
-
08
Total
-
11
10. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation,
specialization, (D.Sc./D.Litt./Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,) :
Name
Qualification
Designation
No. of years of
Experience
Shri. Patil B. A.
B. E.
Full Time
11
Miss. Supriya P. Latthe
Mrs. Smita R. Patil
Mrs. Pooja S. Chougule
Shri. M. R. Chadare
Shri. S. M. Koshti (Law)
Miss. Shilpa K. Bedkihale
Miss. Sujata S. Patil
Miss. R. D. Mhamulkar
B.Sc. MBA
B. Com. MBA
M.Com.
M.A. Eco
Law
M.C.A.
M.Sc. Comp.
M.Sc., Envsci.
Full Time
Full Time
CHB
CHB
CHB
CHB
CHB
CHB
01
01
03
02
02
02
03
02
11. List of senior visiting faculty :
Nil
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical
100%
classes handled (programme wise) by temporary faculty
13. Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise) :
BBA-I
1:08
BBA-II
1:03
BBA-III
1:07
14. Number of academic support staff (technical)
and administrative staff; sanctioned and filled
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil/PG.
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) National
Nil
b) International funding agencies and grants received
17. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc.
and total grants received –
Nil
18. Research Centre /facility recognized by the University
Nil
19. Publications:
Nil
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated
Nil
21. Faculty as members in committee
Nil
22. Student projects
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter
359
departmental/programme
BBA-III-100%
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the
institution i. e .in Research laboratories/Industry/other agencies
Nil
23. Awards/ Recognitions received by faculty and students
Nil
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department
Nil
25. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding
Nil
26. Student profile programme/course wise:(2013-14)
Name of the course Applications
received
B.B.A.-III
07
27. Diversity of Students
Selected
Male Female
06
01
Passing %
Male Female
33.33%
100%
Name of the
% of students from the
% of students from
%of students from
course
same state
other state
abroad
B.B.A.-III
100 %
Nil
Nil
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such
as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services, etc. ?
Nil
29. Student progression
Student progression
Against % enrolled
UG to PG
PG to M. Phil
PG to Ph. D
Ph. D to Post Doctoral
Employed
Entrepreneurship/ Self-employment
01 (MBA)
-
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
•
Library
Nil
•
Internet facilities for Staff and Students
Yes
•
Class rooms with ICT facility
Yes
•
Laboratories
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,
Government or other agencies
BBA-I
02
BBA-II
01
BBA-III
03
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops /
seminar) with external experts Science Exhibition
360
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning
Audio and Video, discussion methods
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and
Extension activities- Tree plantation
35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans
Strengths :
•
Staff with good academic qualification.
•
Industry visits and field work.
•
100% Result.
Weaknesses :
•
Non grant course.
•
No permanent staff.
Opportunities:
•
To create professionals as per company requirements.
Challenges:
•
To fulfill strength of all classes.
•
To provide job opportunities as early as possible.
•
To develop creative approach among the students.
Future plans:
•
Planning to introduce new and modern techniques in teaching and learning
process.
361
EVALUATIVE REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENTOF BCA
1. Name of the department :- Batchelor of Computer Application
(BCA)
2. Year of Establishment :
2008-2009
3. Names of Programmes / Courses offered
U. G.
(UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)
4. Names of Interdisciplinary courses
Nil
and the departments/units involved
5. Annual/ semester/choice based
Semester
credit system (programme wise)
6. Participation of the department in the
Nil
courses offered by other departments
7. Courses in collaboration with other
Nil
universities, industries, foreign institutions, etc.
8. Details of courses/programmes discontinued
Nil
(if any) with reasons
9. Number of Teaching posts (04)
Post
Professors
Sanctioned
Filled
--
--
Associate Professors
Asstt. Professors
03
CHB
07
Total
10
10. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation,
specialization, (D.Sc./D.Litt./Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,) :
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Name
Qualification
Designation
Shri. Patil B. A.
B. E.
Miss. Charate Hemalata N.
M.Sc. Comp.
Miss. Sujata S. Patil
M.Sc. Comp.
Shri. Lele Vallabh. H.
M.Sc. Comp.
Mrs. Vhida G. Nadaf
M.C.A.
Mrs. Smita R. Patil
MBA
Miss. Supriya P. Latthe
MBA
Shri. Balgonda A. Patil
M. A. English
Mrs. Pooja S. Chougule
M.Com.
Miss. R. D. Mhamulkar
M.Sc., Envsci.
11. List of senior visiting faculty :
Co-ordinator
Lecturer(FT)
Lecturer(FT)
CHB
CHB
CHB
CHB
CHB
CHB
CHB
No. of years of
Experience
11
04
03
06
06
01
01
03
03
02
Nil
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical
100%
classes handled (programme wise) by temporary faculty
13. Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise) :
BCA-I
1:22
BCA-II
1:04
BCA-III
1:15
14. Number of academic support staff (technical)
and administrative staff; sanctioned and filled -
Nil
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil/PG.
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from
Nil
17. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc.
and total grants received –
Nil
18. Research Centre /facility recognized by the University
Nil
19. Publications:
Nil
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated
Free Computer Consultancy
21. Faculty as members in committees
Nil
22. Student projects
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter
departmental/programme
BCA-III-100%
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the
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institution i. e .in Research laboratories/Industry/other agencies
Nil
23. Awards/ Recognitions received by faculty and students
Nil
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department
Nil
25. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding
26. Student profile programme/course wise:(2013-14)
Nil
Name of the course Applications
Selected
received
B.C.A.-III
Male
15
08
Passing Percentage
Female
Male
07
Female
100%
100%
27. Diversity of Students
Name of the
% of students from the
% of students from
%of students from
course
same state
other state
abroad
B.C.A.-III
100 %
Nil
Nil
28. How many students have cleared national and
state competitive examinations such as NET, SLET,
GATE, Civil services, Defense services, etc. ?
Nil
29. Student progression
Student progression
UG to PG
PG to M. Phil
PG to Ph. D
Ph. D to Post Doctoral
Employed
Against % enrolled
03 (MCA)
Competitive Exams (Administrative)
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library
Nil
b) Internet facilities for Staff and Students
Yes
c )Class rooms with ICT facility
Yes
d) Laboratories
Yes,
One Computer Lab With 20 Computers
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,
Government or other agencies
B.C.A.-I
05
B.C.A.-II
01
B.C.A.-III
03
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops /
seminar) with external experts
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning
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Science Exhibition
Audio and Video, discussion methods
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and
Extension activities
Tree plantation
35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans
Strengths :
•
Staff with good academic qualification.
•
Industry visits and field work.
•
100% Result.
Weaknesses :
•
Non grant course.
•
No permanent staff.
Opportunities:
•
To create professionals as per company requirements.
Challenges:
•
To fulfill strength of all classes.
•
To provide job opportunities as early as possible.
•
To develop creative approach among the students.
Future plans:
Planning to introduce new and modern techniques in teaching and learning process.
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LIBRARY
Jaysingpur College, Jaysingpur was established by Anekant Education Society
in 1964. Initially, the college was being run in shri. Rajaram Desai’s big house which
was located in the heart of the city. The house was divided into the administrative
office, classrooms, laboratories and library etc. The library occupied a small classroom
in the beginning and later in 1968-69 was shifted to the new existing college building.
The collection of books amounted to 7,000 /- in those days. For the period 1977 to 1992
the college library was functioning on the ground floor of department of chemistry.
Under the 7th plan, a separate, well equipped building was constructed with all the
modern amenities. Hon. Shri. Hanmantrao Damodhar Arjunwadkar donated a generous
amount of Rs. 2,00,000 /- in the fond memory of his father, late Shri Damodar Dhondo
Arjunwadkar. The spacious study hall on the first floor was named after Late, Shri.
Damodar Dhondo Arjunwadkar at the auspicious hands of the reputed jurist, Hon. Adv.
S.R. Potnis, Kolhapur, on 24th August, 1992. The college library now occupies an area
of 11551.65 sq. feet consisting of a spacious reading hall, stacking section, textbook
section, periodical section, reference section, administrative wing, librarian’s office etc.
The library is enriched with a huge collection of reference books, text books,
periodicals and journals.
Our Library Today
(Up to April 2014)
Total number of Books
Senior college
No. of books
–
Total cost Rs.
- 37,62,627
Total Journals, Periodicals
366
42466
– 92
Total Newspapers
– 16
Total CD
- 243
E- Journals and E-books and Database – Under N-List Programme.
Library Members (2013-2014)
Teaching staff
– 71
Non teaching staff
-
Students
- 2177
Others
-
40
06
Library services
Circulation
1) Clipping
2) Reference
3) Current Awareness services
4) User Orientation
5) Inter library loan
6) Internet services (for staff only)
Library Timing –
Monday to Saturday
7.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.
Library timing for the book lending Monday to Saturday – 9.00 a.m. to
5.00 p.m.
Library Membership –
Who can become the member of library?
1. All students admitted in the college.
2. All faculty members of the college.
3. College Authorities.
4. Research Associates and Temporary faculty of the college.
5. Eminent persons in the area.
6. Educational Institutes i.e. school / colleges in the area.
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Library Advisory Committee
1) Dr. S.B. Bansode
-
chairman
2) Prof. D. S. Bamane (Librarian)
-
Secretary
3) Dr. R.D. Mane
-
Member
4) Dr. N. P. Sawant
-
Member
5) Dr. V.A. Mankapure
-
Member
6) Prof. R. D. Tasagaonkar
-
Member
7) Prof. S. G. Kate
-
Member
8) Prof. R. Y. Bulbule
-
Member
-
Member
9)
Prof. M.S. Patil
Objectives of the library committee
1) To sanction budget to library and control the budgetary provisions.
2) To decide the policy matters of the library
3) Subject wise allocation of budget for various departments.
4) To discuss and decide about various problems of the library.
5) To prepare the plan for development of library.
6) To decide on the various issues raise/by librarian
7) Overall supervision in the library activities
8) Selection of reading materials to meet the needs of readers
9) To prepare rules and regulations for the library.
Library Existing staff members
Name
Designation
Qulifiaction
1) Mrs. Bamane Dhanawanti Sunil
Librarian
-
M.Lib. SET
2) Mr. Nalwade Baburao Yashwant
Cleark
-
B.A
3) Mr. Kamble Madhukar Shamrao
Lib.Attendent -
10th
4) Mr. Kharade Rajendra Narendra
Lib.Attendent -
M.A.
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Library Ex. staff members
Name
Designation
- Year of
Retirement
1) Mr. Desai Parisa Mallappa
Librarian
1993
2) Mr. Hirikude Annappa Shivappa
Cleark
2006
3) Mr. Tiwade Sadashiv Krishna
Lib.Attendent
2011
4) Mr. Patil Vitthal Narayan
Lib.Attendent
2014
Library Building
College has a separate library building total area 335.39 m.area.
The details of floor area are given in the following table
Sr.No.
Description
Area Sq.m.
1.
Stack Room
102.77
2.
Circulation center
3.
Librarian cabin
4.
Reference section
12.38
5.
Periodical and staff Reading room
12.18
6.
Student Reading room
13.05
8.64
185.92
Technical Information of Library
Books are classified according to CC System, for cataloguing AACR II method is
applied with some local variations. Catalogues are made according to authors and Book
name (Subject wise)
Future plans
1) To make library fully automated
2) To make brocading of books
3) To develop Library as a Information Recourse center.
4) To provided readers Audio Video facilities
5) To arrange national level seminar.
6) To arrange lectures for readers.
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Amounts spent on procuring new Books , Journals, and esources
Sr.
No
1
2
3
2009-2010
Text Book
Reference
books
Journals/Perio
dical
4
E resources
5
Any other
2010-2011
2011-2012
2012-2013
2013-14
No.
Total
cost
No.
Total
cost
No.
Total
cost
No.
Total
cost
No.
Total
cost
558
54601
496
38894
1379
104068
622
46531
1728
114252
716
147461
1176
367697
1833
62667
920
300251
404
136846
59
22824
71
37511
81
49054
89
120977
92
125377
-
-
-
-
-
-
NLIST
5000
NLIST
5000
44 CD
-
19
CD
-
100
CD
-
8 CD
14
00
Library department-innovative activities
1) Library Department has organized a lecture on ‘Vachansanskriti’ delivered by Prof.
Avinash Sapre – critic in Marathi Literature on occasion of Dr. S.R. Raganathan
Jayanti dated 12 Aug – 2013.
2) Library arranged two day book exhibition to cultivate reading culture among the
students dated 10, 11 Jan. 2014
3) ‘Granth Dindi’ is organized by library department to cultivate reading culture
among the students on 9th January 2014. The Education Exhibition was, inaugurated
with ‘Granth Dindi’. The L.M.C. members Principal, Teachers, Non-teaching staff
and students have voluntarily shown their valuable presence in the ‘Granth Dindi’.
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