The Annual Quality Assurance Report (AQAR) of the IQAC

All NAAC accredited Institutions/Departments will submit an annual self-reviewed progress report to NAAC, through its IQAC. The report is to detail the tangible results achieved in key areas, specifically identified by the Institution/Department al IQAC at the beginning of the academic year. The AQAR will detail the results of the perspective plan worked out by the IQAC. (Note: The AQAR period would be the Academic Year. For example, July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013)

Part – A

2016-2017

 

        AQAR for the year

 

i. Details of the Institution/Department

  •  
T.P.S. COLLEGE

 

  • Name of the Institution/Department

 

 

  •  
CHIRAYATAND

 

  • Address Line 1

 

 

Address Line 2

City/Town PATNA
State BIHAR
Pin Code 800001
Institution/Department e-mail address tpscollege1960@gmail.com
Contact Nos. 0612-2353295
Name of the Head of the Institution/Department : Prof. Dr Tapan Kumar Shandilya
Tel. No. with STD Code: 0612-2353295
Mobile: 09431049879
Name of the IQAC Co-ordinator (if any at Department Level): Prof. S.S. Prasad
Mobile: 09103203702
IQAC e-mail address (if any at Department Level): tps14iqac@gamil.com

 

  • NAAC Track ID :- BRCOGN22767

 

  

  •  
F.19.26/EC(SC-10)/DO/2015/14.1

 

  • NAAC Executive Committee No. and date

(from NAAC certificate as indicated)

  • Website address:
 
 
www.tpscollegepatna.org

 

 

 

           Weblink of the AQAR  

www.tpscollegepatna.org/2016-17

 

 

 

 

 

  • Accreditation Details
SI. No. Cycle Grade CGPA Year of Accreditation Validity Period
1 1st cycle B 2.57 2015 05
           
           

 

  • Date of Establishment of IQAC

                                                DD/MM/YY

                                                20/08/2016

  • AQAR for the Year

Details of the Previous years AQAR Submitted to NAAC after the latest Assessment and Accreditation by NAAC

The accreditation was awarded only in November 2015

 

 

 

  • Institutional Status
University (State /Central/Deemed/Private)  State Body Corporate
Affiliated College No
Constituent College Yes
Autonomous college of UGC No
Regulatory Agency approved Institution (eg. AICTE, BCI, MCI, PCI, NCI) No
Type of Institution/Department (Co-education/ Men / Women)     Co-education
Type of Institution/Department (Urban/Rural/ Tribal       Urban
Financial Status(Grant-in-aid/ UGC 2(f) / UGC 12B)         Yes
Grant-in-aid(Grant-in-aid + Self Financing/Totally Self-financing)       Grant in aid + self financing

 

  • Type of Faculty/Programme

 

Faculty Yes/No
Arts             Yes
Science             Yes
Commerce              No
Law               No
PEI (Phys edu) No
TEI (Edu) No
Engineering No
Health Science No
Management No
Others (Specify)       Vocational courses -BCA, BBM, Bio-Tech
Magadh University

 

  • Name of Affiliating university to the college

 

  • Special status conferred by Central/ State Government– UGC/CSIR/DST/DBT/ICMR etc
Special status NO
Autonomy by State/Central Govt. / University NIL
University with Potential for Excellence NO
UGC-CPE NO
DST Star Scheme NO

 

UGC-CE NO
UGC-Special Assistance Programme NO
DST-FIST NO
UGC-Innovative PG programmes NO
UGC-COP Programmes NO
Any other (Specify) NO

 

2. IQAC Composition and Activities (if any at department level)

 

 

 

  • of Teachers
 
 
07

 

 

 

  • of Administrative/Technical staff
 
 
01

 

 

 

  • of students
 
 

 

 

 

  • of Management representatives
02

 

 

 

 

  • of Alumni
 
 

 

 

 

  1. 6 No. of any other stakeholder and community representatives
 
 
02

 

 

 

  • of Employers/ Industrialists
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

  • of other External Experts
 
 

 

 

 

  • Total No. of members

 

 

  • of IQAC meetings held
       
 
12

 

 
   
03

 

 

 

 

 

  • of meetings with various stakeholders:
Meetings Numbers
Total No.                      08
Faculty                       03
Non-Teaching Staff                      02
Students                      02
Alumni                      01
Others                       NO

 

  •  
 
   
  • Has IQAC received any funding from UGC during the year?

 

If yes, mention the amount

 

 

  • Seminars and Conferences (only quality related)

 

  • of Seminars/Conferences/Workshops/Symposia organized by the IQAC(IF ANY AT DEPARTMENT LEVEL)
Total Nos. International National State Institution/Department

Level

    02 01     Dept.   of    Economics ,

    Dept.   of    philosophy,

    Dept.  of    Botany,

 

 

  •  
 
   
  • Themes  

 

  •  
1.      Regular internal assessment of students by all department.

2.      Organization of departmental lectures and workshops.

3.      Preparation of project reports by students of vocational courses.

4.      Motivational lectures was organized by department of BBM for all students.

5.      Career Enhancement lecturer for management students.

 

  • Significant Activities and contributions made by IQAC(IF ANY AT DEPARTMENT LEVEL)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Plan of Action by IQAC (IF ANY AT DEPARTMENT LEVEL) outcome

        The plan of action chalked out by the IQAC (        IF ANY AT DEPARTMENT LEVEL) in beginning of the year towards quality enhancement and the outcome achieved y the end of the year.

                  Plan of Action Achievements
·         Strengthening of internal evaluation system

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

·         Organization of seminar, conference

·          Monthly class test.

·         Project report submission by the students on completion of a semester.

·         Assignment submission on completion of a chapter.

·         Group discussions

·         Quiz competition. 

 

 

 

·      Bihar Economic conference was organized by dept. of Economic

·      National level seminar was organized by dept. of philosophy

·      A symposium was organized by dept. of Botany 

 

* Attach the Academic Calendar of the year as Annexure.

 

       
 
Yes

 

 
 

 

 

          Whether the AQAR was placed in statutory body              Yes                                        No

           
 
 

 

   
 

 

 
Yes

 

 

 

 

                                Management                                        Syndicate                              Any other body   

 

Provide the details of the action taken.

 

The plan of action for the academic year 2016-2017 was specified in the AQAR. It was further put before the Academic committee for its approval and timely execution.

 

Part – B

Criterion      –       I

1. Curricular Aspects

  • Details about Academic Programmes
 

Level of the Programme

Number of existing Programmes Number of programmes added during the year Number of self- financing programmes Number of value added / Career Oriented

programmes

PhD        
PG 05          –    
UG 14          – 03  
PG Diploma        
Advanced Diploma        
Diploma        
Certificate        
Others        
Total 19   03  

 

Interdisciplinary        
Innovative        

 

  • (i) Flexibility of the Curriculum: CBCS/Core/Elective option / Open options

 

Flexibility of the Curriculum Yes/No
Choice Based Credit System If yes, give details as annexure
Core  
Elective Option  
Open Options  

 

(ii) Pattern of programmes:

 

Pattern Number of programmes
Semester P G
Trimester  
Annual UG,  Voccational  

 

  • Feedback from stakeholders* (On all aspects in numbers)
Alumni Parents Employers Students
 

Yes

 

Yes

 

 

Yes

 

 

Yes

 

 

Mode of feedback 

 

Online Manual Co-operating schools (for PEI)
   

Yes

 

*Please provide an analysis of the feedback in the Annexure

 

  • Whether there is any revision/update of regulation or syllabi, if yes, mention their salient NA

 

 
 
                                                                       

 

 

 

 

  • Any new Department/Centre introduced during the year. If yes, give NA
 
 
                                                                       

 

 

 

 

Criterion – II

  1. Teaching, Learning and Evaluation
    • Total No. of permanent faculty
Total Asst. Professors Associate Professors Professors Others
           26      08  

 

  • of permanent faculty with Ph.D.
                                                                      34

 

  • of Faculty Positions Recruited (R) and Vacant (V) during the year

 

Asst. Professors Associate Professors Professors Others Total
R V R V R V R V R V
         

      05

             05

 

  • of :

 

Guest faculty                       03
Visiting faculty                       10
Temporary faculty                       26

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Faculty participation in conferences and symposia:
No. of Faculty International level National level State level
Attended Seminars/ Workshops 12 27 56
Presented papers 07 15  
Resource Persons      

 

  • Innovative processes adopted by the Institution/Department in Teaching and Learning:
 
 
·         Creative writing skill

·         Organizing guest lectures by eminent experts on different areas.

·         Organizing seminars, conference

·           Encouraging departmental seminars.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Total No. of actual teaching days during this academic year
 
 
215

 

 

 

 

  • Examination/ Evaluation Reforms initiated by the Institution/Department (for example: Open Book examination, Bar Coding, Double Valuation, Photocopy, Online Multiple Choice Questions) NA

 

  • of faculty members involved in curriculum restructuring/revision/syllabus development
as member of Board of Study As Faculty As Curriculum Development workshop
01    

 

  • Average percentage of attendance of students
 
 
75%

 

 

 

 

  • Course/Programme wise distribution of pass percentage :

 

 

Title of the Programme

Total no. of students appeared Division
Distinction % I % II % III % Pass %
BA, B.Sc, BCA, BBM, Bio-Tech 1619   56.7% 54.8% 35%

PMW

95%
M.A, M.Sc 238   68.2% 25.3%    

 

  • How does IQAC(if any at department level) Contribute/Monitor/Evaluate the Teaching & Learning processes :
 
 
IQAC contribute the teaching and Learning processes by continuous monitoring of each department.

 

 

 

 

 

  • Initiatives undertaken towards faculty development

 

Faculty / Staff Development Programmes Number of faculty benefitted
Refresher courses  
UGC – Faculty Improvement Programme  
HRD programmes  
Orientation programmes                             01
Faculty exchange programme  
Staff training conducted by the university  
Staff training conducted by other institutions  
Summer / Winter schools, Workshops, etc. 03
Others  

 

  • Details of Administrative and Technical staff
Category Number of Permanent Employees Number of Vacant Positions Number of permanent positions filled during the Year Number of positions filled temporarily
Administrative Staff 31 75                    – 07
Technical Staff 02 01                   – 09

Criterion – III

  1. Research, Consultancy and Extension
    • Initiatives of the IQAC(if any at department level) in Sensitizing/Promoting Research Climate in the institution
In order to develop research oriented faculty the IQAC along with the principal, encourages the faculty members to attend seminar, conferences, presenting their paper. The faculty members also encouraged to publish articles in peer Review Journals. The college has a well equipped laboratory of Botany department which enhances the research works.

 

 

  • Details regarding major projects
  Completed Ongoing Sanctioned Submitted
Number         01           02 03 01
Outlay in Rs. Lakhs  28 Lakhs      58 Lakhs    

 

  • Details regarding minor projects      NA 

 

 

  Completed Ongoing Sanctioned Submitted
Number        
Outlay in Rs. Lakhs        

 

  • Details on research publications
  International National Others
Peer Review Journals             07               07               02
Non-Peer Review Journals   02  
e-Journals      
Conference proceedings   09  

 

  • Details on Impact factor of publications:
Range 1.341 – 4.427
Average 2.48
h-index 17
Nos. in SCOPUS _

 

  • Research funds sanctioned and received from various funding agencies, industry and other organisations

 

Nature of the Project Duration

Year

Name of the

funding Agency

Total grant

sanctioned

Received
Major projects 2013-16

2015-18

   DST

    ICMR

  25 Lakhs

  58 Lakhs

   28 Lakhs
Minor Projects        
Interdisciplinary Projects        
Industry sponsored        
Projects sponsored by the University/ College        
Students research projects

(other than compulsory by the University)

       
Any other(Specify)        
Total     83 Lakhs  

 

  • of books published
I.   With ISBN No. 05
II. Chapters in Edited Books 05
III. Without ISBN No 01

.

 

  • of University Departments receiving funds from

 

UGC-SAP 6.87 Lakhs
CAS  
DST-FIST  
DPE  
DBT Scheme/funds  

 

  • For colleges NA
Autonomy  
CPE  
DBT Star Scheme  
INSPIRE  
CE  
Any Other (specify)  

 

  • Revenue generated through consultancy NA
  • of conferences organized by the Institution/Department
Level International National State University College
Number   02 01    
Sponsoring

agencies

 

 

(i)    Bihar Economic Association

 

 

(ii)  UGC

(i)  Bihar State productivity council, Patna

      (state level arm of national productivity  

       Council, Govt.of India)

&

S.S. Hospital & Research institute, Patna

       (A unit of Magadh Human Resource

       Development Trust, Patna)

 

  • of faculty served as experts, chairpersons or resource persons
 
 
02

 

 

 

 

  • of collaborations NA

 

International  
National  
Any other  

 

  • of linkages created during this year (01)
 

 

  • Total budget for research for current year in lakhs :
From Funding agency 6.87 Lakhs
From Management of University/College  
Total  

 

  • of patents received this year NA
Type of Patent   Number
National Applied  
Granted  
International Applied  
Granted  
Commercialised Applied  
Granted  

 

  • of research awards/ recognitions received by faculty and research fellows Of the institute in the year
Total International National State University Dist College/Department
           05        04      

 

 

  • of faculty from the Institution/Department
who are Ph. D. Guides 09
students registered under them 17

 

 

  • of Ph.D. awarded by faculty from the Institution/Department
03

 

 

  • of Research scholars receiving the Fellowships (Newly enrolled + existing ones)
JRF SRF Project Fellows Any other
07   06  
       
       

 

  • of students Participated in NSS events:
University level State level National level International level
56 12    

 

  • of students participated in NCC events:
University level State level National level International level
24 03    

 

 

  • of Awards won in NSS:

 

University level State level National level International level
02      

 

  • of Awards won in NCC:
University level State level National level International level
  02 01  

 

  • of Extension activities organized
University forum College forum              NCC NSS Any other
03 12 09 06  

 

  • Major Activities during the year in the sphere of extension activities and Institutional Social Responsibility
Extension activities (i)     Flood relief work

(ii)      Blood donation by students, teachers and staff

Institutional Social Responsibility Construction of approach road to the college.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Criterion – IV

  1. Infrastructure and Learning Resources
    • Details of increase in infrastructure facilities:
Facilities Existing Newly created Source of Fund Total
Campus area 2 acres 6600 m2    
Class rooms 22      
Laboratories 11      
Seminar Halls 02      
No. of important equipments purchased (≥

1-0 lakh) during the current year.

       
Value of the equipment purchased during

the year (Rs. in Lakhs)

       
Others        

 

  • Computerization of administration and library
·         Full computerization of administration and library.

·         Wi-Fi campus.

·         CCTV installed in the campus.

·        Reprographic facility.

 

  • Library services at Department Level:
  Existing Newly added Total
No. Value No. Value No. Value
Text Books 22386   237   22,424 12,230
Reference Books 22424   84   22,507 30,240
e-Books            
Journals            
e-Journals            
Digital Database            
CD & Video            
Others (specify) 24 1500/- 24 1500/- 48 3000/-

            

  • Technology up gradation (overall)
  Total Computers Computer Labs  

Internet

Browsing Centres Computer Centres  

Office

Depart- ments  

Others

Existing 45 02 Yes 01   09 22 04
Added                
Total                

 

  • Computer, Internet access, training to teachers and students and any other programme for technology upgradation (Networking, e-Governance )
Networking

 

 

  • Amount spent on maintenance in lakhs :
i) ICT 6.32 Lakhs
ii) Campus Infrastructure and facilities  
iii) Equipments 1.23 Lakhs
iv) Others 4.80 Lakhs
Total : 12.35 Lakhs

          Criterion – V

  1. Student Support and Progression
    • Contribution of IQAC(IF ANY AT DEPARTMENT LEVEL) in enhancing awareness about Student Support Services
Students are the most important stakeholders of our college. In its resolution IQAC prioritized provision of clear drinking water, clean toilet facilities and contineous power supply in the campus during its working hours.

            Counselling cell of the college was revamped scrutiny of the infrastructural repair and renovation was made by the IQAC. In order to maintain a healthy and conducive academic environment the IQAC team was always alert. Thus no gender complaints were received in the women’s cell and Anti-ragging cell

  • Efforts made by the Institution/Department for tracking the progression
·         The institution consistently encourage the students to reach higher goals in their life to pursue technical course and higher education

·         Provision of remedial classes were made in all the departments on request by the students to the head of the department.

·         As and when needed extra classes were also organized by different departments for the completion of the course.

·         For tracking the progressing of the students feed-back form continued to be an important tool.   

 

  • (a) Total Number of students
UG PG Ph. D. Others Total
Men Women Men Women Men Women Men Women Man Women
1512 308 135 119 15 09     1662       436

 

  • of students outside the state
UG     –     212  

         Total –         285

PG      –       73                         

 

  • of international students NA
  In numbers
Men  
Women  
Total  

 

  •  

 

Last Year This Year
General SC ST OBC Physically Challenged Total General SC ST OBC Physically Challenged Total
M F M F M F M F M F M F M F M F M F M F M F M F
432    103 90   14 64   06   827 143   1413 266 420   118 92 20 47 06 953 164   1512 308
                                               

 

  •  
Demand ratio 3:5:1
Dropout % 9%

 

 

  • Details of student support mechanism for coaching for competitive examinations (If any) No. of students beneficiaries NA

 

  • of students qualified in these examinations
NET SET/STET GATE CAT IAS/IPS State PSC UPSC Others
              17

 

  • Details of student counselling and career guidance
The department of Psychology of T.P.S College has and in-hause student counselling cell. The counsellor, counsels the students on various aspects like anxiety, confusion, anger management and depression. The counselling guidance and placement cell guids the students in matters related to shaping and advancement of their career.

 

No. of students benefitted

35
  • Details of campus placement
On campus Off Campus
Number of Organizations Visited Number of Students Participated Number of Students Placed Number of Students Placed
03 40 25 35
  • Details of gender sensitization programmes
On 18th may 2017 the Botany Department of the college organized a cancer awareness programme specially for females. Apart from this emphasis is also laid to made the girls students aware of their hygiene. The “Nirbhaya Cell” of our college follows the “Visakha” guidelines along with anti ragging notification issued by the Magadh university. The college administration and the faculty members keep an strict eye on the campus to make our girl students full safe and protected.

 

 

   5.9 Students Activities

       No. of students participated in Sports, Games and other events

State/ University level 68
National level 09
International level  

 

  • of students participated in cultural events
State/ University level 11
National level  
International level  

 

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

 

State/ University level 09
National level 03
International level 01

 

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

 

 

State/ University level 02
National level  
International level  

 

  • Scholarships and Financial Support
  Number of students Amount
Financial support from Institution/Department    
Financial support from government 15 30,00,614
Financial support from other sources 17 2,36,733
Number of students who received International/ National recognitions    

 

  • Student organised / initiatives Fairs: NA

 

State/ University level  
National level  
International level  

 

Student organised / initiatives Exhibition:

 

State/ University level  
National level  
International level  

 

  • of social initiatives undertaken by the students
04

 

 

 

  • Major grievances of students (if any) redressed:
01

 

Criterion – VI

  • Governance, Leadership and Management

 

  • State the Vision and Mission of the institution
Our Vision

·      T.P.S. College Patna strives to create and sustain a community of morally sound individuals and groom them into socially aware and responsible citizen who contribute to development of the society. Our vision is “Improvement through education to brighten the future of younger generation”.

Mission

·         The integral development and empowerment of young learned so that they benefit the society with their knowledge and skills.

·         A community of such learners who emphasize for literary humanistic, scientific and critical thinking be created.

·         In order to ensure a holistic development of the students and an environment of intellectual competence, scientific temper, environmental consciousness, environment of social responsibilities and infusion of the sense of justics in the personality of the students

 

  • Does the Institution/Department has a management Information System

 

No. However, the college has done partial automation in general office, accounts and library.
  • Quality improvement strategies adopted by the Institution/Department for each of the following:
    • Curriculum Development
Curriculum development

·         The curriculum of all courses are developed by the university which is revised time to time. Thus the college follows the syllabus provided by the university

 

  • Teaching and Learning
Teaching and Learning

·         In its teaching process the faculty members make use of both traditional and advanced method of teaching.

·         Use of ICI enabled teaching

·         Remedial classes for low-achieves are also conducted

·         For better understanding of the course content bilingual method of teaching is adopted.

·         Teacher’s study materials are shared with students

 

 

 

  • Examination and Evaluation
Examination and Evaluation

·         Internal evaluation of the students are done by each department by taking exams on small intervals.

·         Quiz, oral-exams, assignments, multiple-choice questionnaire are taken by the students as and when conducted by the different departments.

·         Sent-up tests are arranged before the final examination for which questions are prepared by the faculty members.

·         Final annual exam is conducted by the university for which questions are provided by the university.

 

 

  • Research and Development

 

Research and Development  

·         The institution provides all facilities to the teachers as required for their research works this is done by-

·         access to institutional facilities like-well equipped laboratories and rich library

·         in order to carry out research studies Wi-Fi connectivity is made available. Teachers undertaking major and minor projects are well supported by the institution.

·         all the faculty members are encouraged to participate in national, international seminar, confrences, workshops for presenting research papers.

·         duty leave is sanctioned to teachers as and when required.

·         teachers are encouraged to deliver lectures as resources persons, conducts workshops and allied facilities.

 

 

  • Library, ICT and physical infrastructure / instrumentation
      Library, ICT and physical infrastructure/instrumentation

Library

·         Library as a learning resource has an advisory committee.

·         Register for recording the number of students and teachers visiting the Library

·         Well equipped reading room.

·         Each department has its own departmental library

·         Book bank for poor students

·         Computerization of library

·         Time to time upgradation of library

ICT

·          Wi-Fi Campus

·         Hi-Tech seminar/conference room with OHP.

·         Electronic public address system.

·         Air conditioned class room for vocational courses.

·         Well equipped laboratory of the department of Botany with advanced research facilities.

·         Smart class room for students

Physical Infrastructure

·          College has five blocks

·         Well furnished seminar and conference room

·         Three advanced laboratory of botany department which is well equipped with research faculties

·         Girls common room

·         NCC and NSS wing

·         Proper drinking water facility with cooling system and R.O water dispenser

·         College has a rich library with reading room and Wi-Fi facility

 

  • Human Resource Management
Human Resource management 

·         Online leave management

·         Outsourcing of technical and security guards

·         Temporary recruitment of support staffs

·         Organization of health awareness programmes like yoga and health check-up programme for faculty staff and students.

·         Faculties are encouraged to attend seminars, conferences workshops

·         Performance of staffs is monitored through feedback system and self appraisal reports.

 

  • Faculty and Staff recruitment
Faulty and staff recruitment 

·         Permanent faculty and staff are appointed by the government

·         For smooth functioning of the institutions the support staffs are, requited on the daily basis by the institution

·        For the safety of the college campus and its stakeholders security guards are appointed by different augments   

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Industry Interaction / Collaboration
Industry interaction/ collaboration 

·         Students of vocational courses are sent in groups to different industries/organizations for internships for a given period of time.

·         For practical knowledge and development of personality students of science stream are sent to different departments to fulfill their projects.

·         Recourse persons from industries and institution are invited for lectures and skill development programmes

·         Seminars and workshops are organized in collaboration with different organizations.          

 

 

  • Admission of Students
·         Admission of students for general UG and PG courses are done on the basis of their merits.

·         List is prepared and accordingly students are admitted.

·         Call for admission are made in accordance with the numbers of seats granted for each subject in each year.

·        Admission in self-financing courses are taken by conducting entrance exam and interview of the students qualified in the written exams.                                         

 

 

  • Welfare schemes for
Teaching   Group Insurance, Employee Welfare Fund, Teachers Association Welfare Fund
Non teaching  Group Insurance, Employee Welfare Fund,
Students Health awareness Programme and counselling 

 

  • Total corpus fund generated
17.02 Lakhs

 

 

  • Whether annual financial audit has been done Yes

 

 

  • Whether Academic and Administrative Audit (AAA) has been done?
Audit Type External Internal
Yes/No Agency Yes/No Authority
Academic     Yes Principal and Academic Committee
Administrative     Yes Proctorial Borad 

            &

Administrative Body

 

  • Does the University/ Autonomous College declare results within 30 days?

 

For UG Programmes  No

 

For PG Programmes  No

 

 

  • What efforts are made by the University/ Autonomous College for Examination Reforms?
Examination reforms are undertaken by the University

 

 

 

  • What efforts are made by the University to promote autonomy in the affiliated/constituent colleges?
As the college is the constituent unit of Mahadh university it follows the guidelines provided by the university. Some self financing course are seen by the college in which same information regarding teaching is taken up.

 

 

  • Activities and support from the Alumni Association
Members of the Alumni Association try to keep in touch with the IQAC. They are always willing to support the college activities as and when required. Our Alumni associated with Vedanta helped in the placement of regular graduate students and the Vocational students.

 

 

 

  • Activities and support from the Parent – Teacher Association
The college does not have a recognized Parent-Teacher Association. Different department of the college keep in touch with the who vist the concerned department as and when required. The suggestion and grievances are communicated to the IQAC by the different department HODs.

 

 

  • Development programmes for support staff
In order to keep our staff healthy the department of Botany in collaboration with S.S. Hospital and Research Institute Patna on 20 Aug. 2016 organized a Health cheek-up for our support staff. Further on international Yoga Day “a one week Yoga camp was organized from 15th -21 June in which our support staff participated actively.

 

 

 

  • Initiatives taken by the Institution/Department to make the campus eco-friendly
In order to keep our college campus eco friendly plantation  activities are done. To reduce the use of paper the office is being computerized. further printing is done on both side of the paper sheets. Energy conservation is also taken into consideration. Maximums use of Led and CFL bulbes are used in the college campus.

 

 

Criterion – VII

  • Innovations and Best Practices
    • Innovations introduced during this academic year which have created a positive impact on the functioning of the institution. Give
1.  The College has developed upon the art of teaching, learning and

       Evaluation to strengthen the teaching- learning environment.

2.    The college has established ‘research committee’ to help the staff and

      Students, promoting research activities.

3.   The college has rich library with reprographic facility and comfortable

      reading and referencing environment .

 

 

  • Provide the Action Taken Report (ATR) based on the plan of action decided upon at the beginning of the year

 

                  Plan of Action Achievements
·         Strengthening of internal evaluation system

 

 

 

 

 

·         Automation of library

 

 

 

 

 

·         Organization of seminar, conference

·          Monthly class test.

·         Project report submission by the students on completion of a semester.

·         Assignment submission on completion of a chapter.

·         Group discussions

·         Quiz competition. 

 

·         Computerization

·         Bar-coding

·         LMS

·         Automation of library

 

·      Bihar Economic conference was organized by dept. of Economic

·      National level seminar was organized by dept. of philosophy

·      A symposium was organized by dept. of Botany 

 

  • Give two Best Practices of the Institution/Department (Annexure ‘II’)

 

  • Contribution to environmental awareness / protection
In order to maintain a pollution free environment plantation of sappling is a contineous process in the college Further efforts are also made to keep the campus, classrooms and the washrooms clean on a daily basis through out the year. Apart from this students of NSS Promoted environmental awareness among the people at the local level.

 

  • Whether environmental audit was conducted? Yes/ No
Yes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Any other relevant information the Institution/Department wishes to add. (for example SWOT Analysis)
·         Green Campus initiative is undertaken by the college.

·         The college has conducted the internal audit process

·         Sports is an important field in which our college excels at most of the games. Chess and martial Arts players have reached national and international level, bagging gold and silver medals.

·         The college is keen about introducing new courses every year. The Department of functional English and Yoga science is on agenda

8     Plans of Institution/Department for next year

Plan of institution for next year

1.      Upgradation of laboratories

2.      Increased use of computers

3.      Automation of the library

4.      Enhancement of research activities

5.      Establishment of language lab

 

Name     S.S. PRASAD                                                            Name     Tapan Kumar Shandilya

                                                             

Signature of the Coordinator                                                       Signature of the Chairperson

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  1. Academic Calender   (Annexture-I)

                                    

 

  1. Analysis of feedback (Annexure II)
The institution has developed its own students satisfaction tool in the form of students feedback form. After analyzing the feedback form it was found that the students were quite satisfied with the overall function and the academic environment of the college. As the quality of education, teaching process, and the concern of the teachers was up to mark this resulted in maximum satisfaction to most of the students. According to students the teaching process was such that it prepared the students to face the challenges of today’s competitive world. Further the students felt that the activities of the college led to their personality development also. Though the environment of the college was quite conducive with their full participation in the college activities the students demanded for a more enriched and research oriented library. The office of the college is quite students friendly which helps in maintaining the satisfaction level of the most of the student

 

  1. Best Practices of the Institution (Annexure III)
Best practices I

1.      Title of the practice “enhancement of research enriched environment”

2.      Goal : To make students more research oriented.

                         In order to create an effective learning environment our college is trying to enhance the research activities in its campus. In the process conferences / soirees / lectures / departmental seminars were organized.

                        The department of philosophy organized a lecture on the occassions of teachers day in the college. A two day national level seminar was also organized by the department. Further department of Economics organized a two day conference at national level of Bihar Economic Association. The department of Urdu also organized a lecture as “Zaffar Memorial lecture in the college. Several departments of the college time to time organize departmental seminars. The department of Botany organized a two day seminar on”

            In all these seminars and conferences students participation was seen. These have benefited the students in understanding the research methodology and it also develop on understanding about research work. Students of M.Sc Botany, Zoology and chemistry have been dong in-house projects and in outside the institution also.

Best practices II

II Title : professional Etiquette.

Goal: to prepare the students for today’s professional world.

In an effort to prepare our students for todays professional world college is trying to make them aware of the professional etiquettes. These are unwritten code of conduct regarding the interactions among the members in the business setting. Punctuality is the most important professional etiquette  be learned both by the vocational and the general students. Efforts are also mode to follow the dress code in our vocational stream. Students are also taught to be polite in their conduct. They are also tought the use of official and acceptable language in written and spoken. Each student is also taught how to regulate their mobile ringtones. Further in the process students of the voccational courses are also made aware of the difference in the campus life and corporate life. The cary of accepting your fault rather than delaying its accepts is also thought to the students. These golden rules of professional etiquette taught light in the college are going to be of great help in their future life.