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LD Arts College, Ahmedabad, Gujarat
Address:Amrutlal Hargovandas Campus, Commerce Six Road, Navrangpura
Ahmedabad (District Ahmedabad)
Gujarat, India



LD Arts College, Ahmedabad Gujarat is a recognised institute / college. LD Arts College, Ahmedabad Gujarat was established on / in 1937.


Principal of LD Arts College, Ahmedabad Gujarat is Dr. Mahipatsinh D. Chavda.

LD Arts College, Ahmedabad Gujarat is situated in Ahmedabad of Gujarat state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Ahmedabad comes under Ahmedabad Tehsil, Ahmedabad District.

Fax # of LD Arts College, Ahmedabad Gujarat is 079-26306155, 26302260.

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at LD Arts College, Ahmedabad Gujarat are 9879799060.

Website of LD Arts College, Ahmedabad Gujarat is http://www.ldarts.org/l.


Contact Details of LD Arts College, Ahmedabad Gujarat are : Telephone: +91-79-26306619


Courses

Sujects : B.A. (Prin.) & (Subsi.) English, Sanskrit, Gujarati, History, Economics, Hindi, Political
Science, Psychology, Sociology, Geography, B.A. (Subsi.) Adv. Sales, O.M. & SP., Statistical Method,
M.A. Economics, Psychology, English, Hindi.


LD Arts College, Ahmedabad Gujarat runs course(s) in Arts stream(s).

LD Arts College is affiliated with Gujarat University, Ahmedabad


Profile of LD Arts College

L. D. Arts College - a premier arts College of Gujarat. Established in the year 1937, L. D. Arts boasts of one of the greenest campuses. At L. D. Arts we belive that each student is special and the College endeavours to build an environment that will bring out the best in them. It combines theoretical formalism with practical learning. The tourchstone of the institution is a dedicated faculty that ensures that the College remains suffesed with vibrant academic as well as extra-curricular activities.

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Media coverage of LD Arts College, Ahmedabad Gujarat, Gujarat

AU to go ahead with concrete jungle plans

Ahmedabad: Venture Studio - Ahmedabad Universitys (AU) new educational centre - is set to commence courses from October 1.This new educational endeavour is being touted as a centre for innovative business design. However, the flipside is that this and many such proposed buildings would be constructed on the current cricket ground of LD Arts College and MG Science College on the KL campus.

Earlier in July, AUs Board of Management Chairman Prafull Anubhai had announced the universitys expansion plans. AU plans to set up 12 schools (institutes) providing education to 22,000 students. Of these, 15,890 will be students of diploma and undergraduate programmes while 5,500 will be students of courses leading to a masters degree. Around 350 students will be registered for the doctoral programmes, he had said then.AU has a large land bank of around 250 acres. In the first phase of expansion, the university plans to construct buildings over 70 acres.

The aforementioned grounds and lush green surroundings of Navrangpura will soon the setting for a concrete jungle housing AUs proposed expansions including a school of humanities and liberal arts; a school of science and technology with four sub-schools, namely, life sciences, physical sciences, ICT and engineering technology; a centre for heritage and management; and Venture Studio. The grounds will also house a canteen, a library and other facilities for students.

Venture Studio is all set to offer a product and business creation opportunity through a full-time six-month fellowship programme for entrepreneurs, engineers, innovators and designers to learn and practice designing in their own companies.

As AU expands, LD and MG cricket grounds to go

Ahmedabad: The expansion of Ahmedabad University will take a toll on the few green spaces that still exist in western Ahmedabad.The area in Navrangpura that houses institutes like LD Arts College, HL Commerce College, CEPT, and MG Science College Ground is not called the lungs of the city without reason. But a look at the universitys expansion plan makes it clear that most of the green cover that currently includes the cricket grounds of LD Arts College and MG Science College on KL campus will soon be covered by buildings.

On Friday, the chairman of AUs board of management, Prafull Anubhai, had announced the universitys expansion plans. AU plans to set up 12 schools [institutes] providing education to 22,000 students, he had said. Of these, 15,890 will be students of diploma and undergraduate programmes while 5,500 will be students of courses leading to a Masters degree. Around 350 students will be registered for the doctoral programmes .

Ahmedabad University has a large land bank of around 250 acres. In the first phase of expansion, the university plans to construct buildings over 70 acres. Around Rs 100 crore, most of which will come from donations, will be spent over the next three years on the universitys expansion in phase one.They university intends to retain HL Commerce College ground but the other two grounds will become part of the concrete jungle that is western Ahmedabad. What is the need for four cricket grounds in the city? We will be retaining the HL Commerce College ground and constructing a cricket ground with indoor sports facilities on Ahmedabad Education Societys (AES) ground at Vijay crossroads, said BM Shah, registrar of the university.

The AES ground is popularly known as the exhibition ground. Shah further said that the grounds of LD Arts and MG Science colleges will be used for constructing various facilities for students. The grounds are proposed to be used for construction of a School of Humanities and Liberal Arts; a School of Science and Technology with four sub-schools, namely, life sciences, physical sciences, ICT and engineering technology; a Centre for Heritage and Management; and a Venture Studio.

The grounds will also house a canteen, a library and some facilities for students.

As AU expands, LD and MG cricket grounds to go

Ahmedabad: The expansion of Ahmedabad University will take a toll on the few green spaces that still exist in western Ahmedabad.The area in Navrangpura that houses institutes like LD Arts College, HL Commerce College, CEPT, and MG Science College Ground is not called the lungs of the city without reason. But a look at the universitys expansion plan makes it clear that most of the green cover that currently includes the cricket grounds of LD Arts College and MG Science College on KL campus will soon be covered by buildings.

On Friday, the chairman of AUs board of management, Prafull Anubhai, had announced the universitys expansion plans. AU plans to set up 12 schools [institutes] providing education to 22,000 students, he had said. Of these, 15,890 will be students of diploma and undergraduate programmes while 5,500 will be students of courses leading to a Masters degree. Around 350 students will be registered for the doctoral programmes .

Ahmedabad University has a large land bank of around 250 acres. In the first phase of expansion, the university plans to construct buildings over 70 acres. Around Rs 100 crore, most of which will come from donations, will be spent over the next three years on the universitys expansion in phase one.They university intends to retain HL Commerce College ground but the other two grounds will become part of the concrete jungle that is western Ahmedabad. What is the need for four cricket grounds in the city? We will be retaining the HL Commerce College ground and constructing a cricket ground with indoor sports facilities on Ahmedabad Education Societys (AES) ground at Vijay crossroads, said BM Shah, registrar of the university.

The AES ground is popularly known as the exhibition ground. Shah further said that the grounds of LD Arts and MG Science colleges will be used for constructing various facilities for students. The grounds are proposed to be used for construction of a School of Humanities and Liberal Arts; a School of Science and Technology with four sub-schools, namely, life sciences, physical sciences, ICT and engineering technology; a Centre for Heritage and Management; and a Venture Studio.

The grounds will also house a canteen, a library and some facilities for students.

College grading system gets the thumbs up

Ahmedabad: Educationists believe that the governments decision to rate grant-in-aid as well self-financed colleges will have a positive impact on the overall education standards of the state in the long run. Currently, National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), an accreditation agency of University Grants Commission rates the colleges.According to sources, the Gujarat government is planning to launch its own grading system for all colleges from June onwards. Principals of citys prominent colleges have welcomed the move.

Mahipatsinh Chavda, principal of LD Arts College said this will force college to take interest in activities which can attract more funds for the development of the college.
Colleges of Maharashtra get more funds than ours because we dont take interest in getting accredited said Chavda.He also stressed on the benefits of Quality Assurance Cell in each college. These cells will help the colleges constantly monitor their quality of education. said Chavda. He feels that such accreditation by the state will help in bringing funds for the college, which can be used for research activities and faculty development programmes.

Mona Kelshikar, Principal of HL College of Commerce said the accreditation will serve as an eye opener for many colleges. Some time we just believe that our standards are high, but the parameters set by accreditation agency open our eyes said Kelshikar.

The NAAC gives ratings based on parameters related to infrastructure, number of PhD teachers, placement of students, canteen facilities, etc.

It is believed that the state government will follow similar criteria.

The only difference will be the duration between two accreditations.

NAAC accreditation is done every 5 years while the governments accreditation will be done every 2 years.

Prof. Shailesh Zala, head of the chemistry department, MG Science College said the parameters for accreditation also include placement record and job offers given to students. Such accreditation is an important tool to uplift the quality of education, and it also ensures continuity of such quality, opined Zala.

MT Patel, Principal of the HL Institute of Commerce (HLIC) said that state level accreditation is necessary to curb the menace of fraud colleges. He was pointing at the mushrooming self financed colleges which are not serious about the quality of education.

NAAC report of LD Arts College

SECTION 1: PREFACE
L. D. Arts College, Ahmedabad was established by the Ahmedabad Education Society in 1937 with an objective to instill the spirit of nationalism and humanism among the youth and help them to attain a combination of character and academic excellence without discrimination of caste, creed and colour. Even in the changed academic milieu of today, the institution continues to be guided by the traditions and goals set by the founding fathers. It is grant-in-aid institution and is affiliated to the Gujarat University, Ahmedabad. The college is situated in the heart of the town and spread over an environment friendly area of 11.04 acres of land. It got recognition from the University Grants Commission (UGC) under 2(f) and 12(B) and has been receiving grants under various schemes.

The college offers 1 program in Arts faculty at Under Graduate level and there is also a University recognized Post Graduate regular center in the Subjects of English, Hindi, Psychology and Economics. The college also offers subject combinations in Hindi-Gujarati, History-Sociology and History-Geography at the PG level as per the University norms. The college has 2451 students on its roll including 1110 PG Students. There are 1551 girls both at UG & PG level. The college has well qualified teaching faculty of 39 (23 males and 16 females) out of which 11 are Ph.Ds and 4 M.Phils. Besides this, there are 2 part time teachers. The overall teacher-students ratio is 1:63. The teachers are recruited by the college management as per the rules of the State Government / UGC / University norms. There are 12 members on the non-teaching staff including technical and ministerial staff. The working days of the college are 223 out of which the teaching days extend up to 212.

The college has adequate infrastructural facilities. It has 31 classrooms, central library, computer centre, audio-visual room, administrative block, three hostels, staff room, principal's residence, psychology and Geography laboratories etc. There are two NSS and one NCC units to carry out extension activities and out reach programs of the college in nearby rural areas with the help of the student volunteers. The annual budget of the college in 2005-06 was Rs. 1,55,08,147/- and was utilized as per the guidelines of the university/state government. The cost of education at this college is estimated to be Rs. 11,303/- and Rs. 922.50/- per annum including salary component, and excluding salary respectively (2005-06). The temporal plan in the college is annual. The Library functions for 223 days in a year. Besides this, the Ahmedabad Education Society runs about 23 institutions including schools, colleges, management institute, engineering college etc.

L. D. Arts College, Ahmedabad (Gujarat) volunteered to be assessed by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), Bangalore and submitted its Self Study Report (SSR) in January 2006. A Peer Team was constituted by the Council to visit the college. The Peer Team consisted of Prof. Hoshiar Singh, Former Vice Chancellor Jiwa Ji University, Gwalier as Chairperson, Prof K. L. Miglani, Principal, Arya P.G. College Panipat (Haryana) Member Co-ordinator and Prof. G. Venkataraman, Prof and Head Department of History, University of Madras, Chennai(Tamil Nadu) as member.

The Team visited the college on 3rd, 4th, and 5th January 2007, verified the relevant documents and interacted with various constituents of the institution. The academic, co-curricular, extra co-curricular, sports and other facilities of the institution were looked into. The Peer Team interacted at length with the Principal, faculty, non-teaching staff, students, parents and alumni as well. Based on the above exercise and the inputs provided during the visit, interaction with various groups, verifications of the record, facts and data, the Peer Team assessed the college. The criterion-wise analysis is presented in the report as follows.

SECTION 2: CRITERION WISE ANALYSIS
Criterion1: Curricular Aspects
The college provides both Under Graduate and Post Graduate programs in the Faculty of Arts. At the Under Graduate level, there are 10 major subjects comprising of English, Hindi, Gujarati, Sanskrit, Psychology, Economics, Political Science, History Geography and Sociology. The college also offers four additional subjects i.e Statistics, Computer Applications, Office Management & Secretarial Practice, Advertisement and Sales Management. Since the college is affiliated to the Gujarat University, Ahmedabad, it follows the syllabi framed by the University. Many senior teachers of the college are the members of the Board of Studies of their respective departments in the university and hence contribute in the formulation of syllabi in various subjects. The college has no autonomy to introduce any kind of programs of its own unless the State Government/University permits. It takes about six to nine months to start a new program. A majority of the courses in the college are conventional except Advertising and Sales Management, Office Management & Secretarial Practice and Computer Applications.

The college organizes co-curricular activities such as field works, educational trips, debates, literary events, and university level cultural functions. Introduction of more programes according to local requirements and global trends would help the students to equip themselves to face the emerging challenges.

Criterion II: Teaching, Learning and Evaluation
The college has adopted satisfactorily teaching, learning and evaluation system. The college has a transparent admission process and the students are admitted on the basis of their academic records. SC/ST/OBC/SEBC students are granted admission in accordance with the reservation policy of the government. The teachers prepare their teaching plan and timetable which is being communicated to the students/learners in the first 'Induction Meeting' in the beginning of the session. Methods of teaching by and large are conventional. However, certain departments are using innovative teaching aids like OHP, models and charts. The college conducts weekly tests in the classes based on the unitized syllabus. The college has also introduced the system of compulsory attendance in the classes to impart qualitative education to the students. The university conducts the annual examination based on syllabus conveyed to the students through college. The college organizes remedial classes for ST and SC students out of the U.G.C. grants sanctioned for this purpose during the Xth five years plan. Advance learners are encouraged/motivated by giving awards and incentives in the form of medals, certificates and cash prizes. The college results at U.G. and P.G. levels are good.

The teacher-students ratio is favorable in the college. It is commendable that a few students of the college have got positions in order of merit in the subjects of English, Political Science, Psychology and History in the University annual examination during the academic session 2004-05 and 2005-06 at the university level. Four students of T.Y.B.A have secured the positions in the University Examination.

Teachers are motivated to improve their professional skills by attending Orientation, Refresher Courses, Conference, Seminars and Workshops at various levels. Working days in the college in a year are 223 out of which the teaching days extend up to 212. The teacher is required to take up a teaching workload of 18 periods per week. The college has no linkage what so ever for effective teaching and learning at national and international levels. The teachers as stated above are recruited by the college management as per the guidelines prescribed by the U.G.C./University/State Government.

Criterion III: Research, Consultancy and Extension
The college offers undergraduate and post graduate programs. Out of 39 permanent teachers of the college, 11 have Ph.D. Degree and 4 are M.Phils. One teacher in the department of statistics has submitted his Ph.D. thesis. Although quite a few teachers have the potential to do research but it is not visible in many departments. Three teachers in the departments of History and Hindi are the approved supervisors at Ph.D. level. Nine scholars are pursuing research work under their supervision. Four research scholars have been awarded Ph.D. Degree in the subject of History during the academic session 2004-05 and 2005-06. Some teachers in the departments of English, History, Poltical Science, Economics and Psychology have written text and reference books in their respective areas. About 11 teachers of the college in different subjects have attended state/national levels seminars, conference and workshops and presented their papers. Their papers have also been published in journals at national and international levels. One teacher in the department of Economics is also engaged in a project with the UNDP, Regional Center at Colombo.

The college does not have Placement Cell as such but it has established a Career Guidance Cell which provides services in the areas of career aptitude, career planning and counseling of subjects. One teacher from computer science department has completed 'Network/Internet System Development' course in 2003, from Tokyo, Japan and won the 'Overseas Technical Scholarship in IT' from Japan. He is currently pursuing an M.B.A.- IT course in London, U.K. The working of the College Women Development Council in the college is satisfactory. A seminar on 'Women empowerment and gender parity' was organized in the college and around 150 students from different colleges took part in it. The students also presented a play expressing woman's struggle in the society.

The N.S.S. volunteers and N.C.C. cadets carry out extension activities. At present, there are two units of NSS and one NCC unit (intake of 46 cadets including 32 boys & 14 girls) functioning in the college. The broad areas of extension activities undertaken by N.S.S. volunteers are community development, social work, help to the poor persons, health and hygiene, counseling in prisons, AIDS awareness etc. The college may extend its area wise out reach programs to give it a larger cover for solving problems of the community on a large scale. N.C.C. undertakes various exercises to inculcate discipline among the students. One cadet of the college has participated in the Republic Day Parade at New Delhi in January 2006. About 15 cadets (Boys & Girls) have participated in Combined Annual Training Camps (CATC) held at Ahmedabad, Bihar, Bhavnagar and Baroda during the last two years. 9 and 7 cadets have passed 'B' and 'C' Certificates respectively. One NRI philanthropist has given donation amounting to Rs. 1,50,000/- to the department of sanskrit to organize 'Gita Jayanti' every year from the interest of this amount.

Criterion IV: Infrastructure and Learning Resources
The college has a spacious campus spread over 11.4 acres of land located in the heart of urban area of Ahmedabad town. However, many of students are from the different area of the town as well as from the adjoining rural area. Presently, the total number of students in the college is 2451.

The college has 31 classrooms for teaching of various classes. It has laboratories for Geography, Psychology and computer. There are 54 computers and 9 printers in the computer laboratory. The college has a spacious playground, administrative block, principal's residence, staffroom, hall, gymkhana, canteen, audio visual room and girls common room. The college has separate hostels for P.G. and U.G. students having an intake of 92 students. This facility is also provided to the 34 girls students in the L.T. Munshaw Ladies Hostel. This hostel is well maintained. A commendable feature of the institution is the optimal use of the existed infrastructure. The college has the Study Centres of Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) Maidan Garhi, New Dehli and Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar Open University, Gujarat for distance education in all the disciplines. It helps those students who are unable to continue their studies as regular students.

The college has a library with 62375 books which has 34153 Titles. The number of journals and magazines subscribed by the college is 4 and 41 respectively. The Library functions from 8 am to 5 pm on all working days. It is required to complete the process of computerization of the library. The college should provide the facilities of Internet and Reprography to the students for their better future/progression. The Book Bank facility needs upgradation with regular annual addition of titles.

The college provides facilities for many games viz Kabaddi, Football, Handball, Volleyball, Cricket, Tennis, Kho-Kho Wrestling, Athletics and indoor games like Badminton, Table Tennis,Carrom Bard and Chess. Some players have participated at University and national levels Competitions and also won gold and silver medals in Kabaddi, Handball, Kho-Kho and wrestling during the last three years. The college has also won the university championship in kabaddi during the session 2005-06 & 2006-07. One girl student of this college has participated in the XXX National Sports Festival for Women Group (II) which was organized by Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports from December 14 to 17, 2004 and she got Gold Medal in the Lawn Tennis competition held at Jammu (J & K).

The NSS programs of the college is working satisfactorily. The NSS volunteers in collaboration with the NGO organized a Ten day camp at Village Bhumbhali and educated the people regarding the social evils like AIDS and illiteracy. Blood donation camps are also organized.

Criterion V : Student Support and Progression
The college publishes its prospectus every year in the beginning of the academic session. It contains adequate information regarding admission procedure, fee structure, academic programs and rules and regulations of the college, academic calendar, details of curricula, library and support services, regulations regarding NCC, NSS, CWDC, University examinations and evaluation methods. The college results are good at UG and PG levels.

The college provides ample scope to students to participate in sports, extension activities and academic events which enables them to exhibit their talents. The college encourages outstanding sport persons by giving them track suits, sport shoes, cash awards, certificates and preference in admission as per the achievements. The number of SC/ST/OBC/EBC students is 554 in the college. Scholarships to them are provided by the State Government through the college. The total amount sanctioned by the State Government for this purpose during the session 2005-06 was Rs. 15,63,213/-. Various social welfare programs viz literacy drive, awareness programs, environment campaigns are conducted in the N.S.S. and N.C.C. units of the college. The feedback from the students about the teachers and campus experience should be taken regularly. Alumni association needs to be strengthened for the development of the college.

Criterion VI: Organization and Management
The college is controlled and administered by the executive committee of the Ahmedabad Education Society, Ahmedabad. The Society is a Public Trust registered under Societies Registration Act. To keep close watch over working of the college and to guide the principal, regular meetings of Managing Committee are held. The Management of the college is dedicated and mobilizes additional resources through donations from the general public and from the alumni for the welfare / development of the college. It is commendable that the college has earned an income of Rs. 6,79,146/- on account of rental income from IGNOU, BAOU and the fee charged for conducting of various competitive examinations in the college. The concerned University plays an important role in the preparation of the academic calendar of the college. The Principal, with the help of the various committees and the Heads of the departments look after the day-to-day affairs of the college, including the Administrative and Teaching. There is an inbuilt mechanism to co-ordinate and monitor the various functions of the college. The college has the freedom to appoint teachers in accordance with rules of the university/U.G.C./state government. The college has in-built mechanism to check the work efficiency of the non-teaching staff. The annual budget of the college of the year 2006 was to the tune of Rs. 1,55.08.147/- and was utilized as per the guidelines of the State Government /University. The accounts of the college including the U.G.C. are well maintained and audited by the internal and external auditors of A.G. Department.

There is no formal Grievance Redressal Cell for the staff and the students. The Principal directly deals with the redressal of grievances of both the teaching and non-teaching staff. These are redressed through meetings, discussions and negotiations. Students have access to teachers and discuss for solutions of their day to day problems. The loans are made available to the college employees as per the university / state government rules.

Criterion VII: Healthy Practices
The Peer Team has identified a few unique features, which enhance the academic ambience of the institution. They are as follows:

There is no ragging in the College.

There is a cordial relation amongst the management, principal, teachers, non-teaching staff and the students as a result of which there is good discipline on the college campus.

The college has inbuilt mechanism to check the work efficiency of the teaching and non-teaching staff.

Value based education is provided.

A large number of ex-students of the college enjoy distinct positions in various fields.

The college has a Study Centers of IGNOU & BAOU.

The students themselves donate blood and enthuse others.

Teachers in the departments of English, History, Pol. Science, Psychology, Sanskrit and Economics are pursuing the research work.

The college organizes debates, declamation, recitation and cultural competitions in the college regularly.

The college celebrates Hindi Divas.

Girls students of the college are aware about their position and rights and are doing a good job for the upliftment of women in the society.

The college has principal residence and accommodation for 24 teachers and few quarters for non-teaching staff.

The students follow dress code on regular basis.

SECTION 3 : OVERALL ANALYSIS
The Peer Team, after its visit to the various academic and physical facilities and interaction with all constituents of the college is of the view that the College is contributing through its academic and other programs towards the spread of higher education in the region. The Peer Team would like to bring to the attention of the college certain areas of concern. It wishes to offer commendation and recommendations/suggestions as listed below:

Commendations :
One principal of the college was elevated to the post of Vice Chancellor of Gujarat University, Ahmedabad to which this college is affiliated.

Person like Dr. V. K. R. V. Rao who was the first principal of this college became the Finance Minister of Govt. of India.

The institution has a transparent admission procedure.

The program of teaching and learning are cost effective, consistent with the goals and objectives of the institution.

The curricular designs offer diversity and flexibility by giving the students good range of options of subjects.

The decentralization of entire administration to different committees reflect true democratic spirit of the college.

The budgetary and annual auditing procedures are regular and standardized.

Almost all the entire teaching load is shared by permanent faculty.

One N.C.C. cadet has participated in the Republic Day Parade in New Delhi in the year 2006.

One teacher in the Department of Sanskrit has presented research paper at International Conferences held at Mumbai which was organized by IQRA FOUNDATION, Chicago, USA.

The College has won the Gujarat University Championship in Kabaddi in the session 2005-06 & 2006-07.

Suggestions :
The college should conduct seminars, conferences, symposia & workshops for faculty development.

The college should publish the college magazine named 'Anjali' regularly in future, so that the students should get an opportunity to develop their creativity in writing and develop their expression capabilities.

The college should generate resources by introducing innovative courses under Self-financing scheme.

Add-on Courses as recommended by UGC may be made available to the students.

Facility of Health Care can be provided to boys and girls on priority basis.

Grievances Redressal Cell for the redressal of grievances of the students, employees may be established.

Placement Cell be set up in the college for the benefit of the students progression.

Alumni Association needs to be strengthened and meetings of the Association to be regularly held.

The college may take steps to complete the process of computerization of the College library and provide the facility of reprography and internet to the students in the library.

College should think of setting the Departmental library.

The college campus should be kept neat and clean.

The college should encourage non-teaching staff for professional development programmes.

More and more teachers should apply for minor/major research projects to funding agencies like UGC, ICSSR, ICHR etc. To expedite these activities, a Research Committee may be formed at the college level.

Outreach programs of the college need to be broadened and expanded.

The college should makes its utmost efforts to get the boys hostel renovated and the campus of the hostel should be neat and clean.

The college should make its efforts to start a coaching center with the support of the UGC to impart training to the budding young man who intend to appear in the civil services competitive examinations.

The Peer Team is happy to note the contribution of the college in spreading higher education in the city of Ahmedabad & surrounding the villages since its inception.

The institution has ample scope for future growth. The Peer Team envisages a bright future for the college in year ahead. The members of Peer Team would like to thank the principal, the local steering committee, faculty, non-teaching staff, students, alumni and the management for their co-operation and assistance during the visit of NAAC Peer Team.

Prof. Hoshiar Singh (Chairperson)

Prof. K.L. Miglani (Member Co-ordinator)

Prof. G. Venkataraman (Member)

Date : 5-1-2007



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