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Swami Vivekanand Sarvodaya Bank Education College, Mehsana, Gujarat
Swami Vivekanand Sarvodaya Bank Education College, Mehsana, Gujarat
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Nagalpur Road Highway
Mehsana (District Mehsana)
Swami Vivekanand Sarvodaya Bank Education College, Mehsana Gujarat is a recognised institute / college. Swami Vivekanand Sarvodaya Bank Education College, Mehsana Gujarat was established on / in 1969, 2012.
Principal of Swami Vivekanand Sarvodaya Bank Education College, Mehsana Gujarat is Dr Prafullaben N Patel (Mobile 9723395669), Dr Manjulaben Babel.
Swami Vivekanand Sarvodaya Bank Education College is situated in Mehsana of Gujarat state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Mehsana comes under Mehsana Tehsil, Mehsana District.
Fax # of Swami Vivekanand Sarvodaya Bank Education College, Mehsana Gujarat is 02762-251036.
Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Swami Vivekanand Sarvodaya Bank Education College, Mehsana Gujarat are 9427261305.
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Website of Swami Vivekanand Sarvodaya Bank Education College, Mehsana Gujarat is www.svsbedu.org, www.svsbmed.org.
Contact Details of Swami Vivekanand Sarvodaya Bank Education College, Mehsana Gujarat are : Telephone: +91-2762-251036
Total Student: 50
Total Staff: 8
Sureshbhai R. Paramar (Mobile 9428471956)
Ph.D. Guide Name: DR.PRAFULLABEN N. PATEL
CoursesSwami Vivekanand Sarvodaya Bank Education College, Mehsana Gujarat runs course(s) in Education stream(s).
B.Ed. : VIKASMAN BHARTIY SAMAJMA SHIKSHAK,ADHYETANO VIKAS,ANE ADHYAYAN PRAKRIYA,IT
Approval details: Swami Vivekanand Sarvodaya Bank Education College is affiliated with Hemchandracharya North Gujarat University, Patan
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NAAC report of Swami Vivekanand Sarvodaya Bank Education CollegePreface:
The Swami Vivekanand Education College, Mehsana was established in the year 1969. It is located in urban area. It is run and managed by Sardar Vidhyabhavan Trust, Mehsana. The college is affiliated to Hemchandracharya North Gujarat University, Patan. It has been recognized by the University Grants Commission under sections 2(f) vide Letter No. F-8, 42/85(CP/MP) Dated. 15/02/1984. The college offers one year B.Ed. programme. It is co-educational institution with Gujarati as medium of instruction. It has been recognized by NCTE vide order no NCTE /WRC/5-6/2K 11830, Dated. 29.12.2000.The institution aims at preparation of educational professionals with recognized quality of their teaching, research and service to society.
The college gets grant-in-aid from Government of Gujarat. It also receives grants from UGC and funding agencies of national and state level. The college charges tuition and other fees as per orders of the Government.
The college is housed in a building in the educational campus of the trust on an area of 4.33 acres of land with a satisfactory physical infrastructure. There are sufficient rooms for subject methods, library, laboratories, office, staff and students. The college building is owned by the Trust. Additional rooms are being constructed to meet the growing needs of the college.
The college has a well-equipped library with a reading room. It has a computer laboratory with 15 computers. The common infrastructural and sports facilities are shared with other institutions run by the parent Trust on the educational campus.
The college has a teaching faculty of 6 teachers including the Principal and a librarian on permanent basis. There are two temporary teachers and one computer instructor in addition to this on lecture basis. There are 5 male and 1 female teacher. All the six teachers hold Ph.D degrees. Non-teaching supporting staff comprises of one laboratory assistant, two Junior Clerks and five class-IV employees.
The college wanted to assess and accredit itself and carried out the self-assessment and self-appraisal study. It approached the National Assessment and Accreditation Council, Bangalore for this purpose and submitted its' Self-Study Report to NAAC.
The NAAC constituted a Peer Team, comprising of Prof. K.P.Sonwane, Former Vice-Chancellor, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathawada University, Aurangabad as Chairperson, Dr.J.S.Dhillon, Principal, Khalsa College of Education, Amritsar as member-convener and Prof. Girijesh Kumar Professor, Ex-Dean and Head of Department of Education , M.J.P. Rohilakhand University, Bareilly.
The Peer Team visited the College during March 12 to 14, 2007. The Peer Team visited all the infrastructural facilities and support services. The Peer Team has free interaction with the Management, the Principal, teaching faculty, non-teaching faculty, parents, alumni and student teachers. The Peer team checked and verified relevant documents and records.
During the course of interaction, the Peer Team obtained clarifications from all the stakeholders. The Peer Team visited practice teaching schools and had discussion with Heads and teachers of practicing schools. Based on the detailed exercise as stated above criterion-wise report is submitted as follows:
Criterion-I Curriculum Design & Planning:
The Institution has clearly stated vision, mission and goals. The education college is committed to excellence in teaching, training, skill development; research and service to society through research activities. Access, equity and quality of education are at the centre of the mission of the college. The main goal of the institution is to provide competent teachers to the region of the state who could successfully transfer knowledge, skills, and attitudes through inculcation of values to the students in their charge in future.
The goals and objectives do conform to national and global goals of teacher education. They are made known to students, teachers, staff and parents. They are circulated among students in the induction sessions at the beginning. They are also displayed at strategic places on the notice board. It is desirable that vision, mission and objectives of the college are made known to parents and the society at large. Development of competencies in respect of globalization should find place in the goals and objectives. Learning to learn and attitudinal changes should form part of the objectives.
The Institution has identified values such as simplicity, service, value orientation, sensibility, broadmindedness and creativity. The college receives grants from State Government and UGC. Management supports the college for maintenance of physical infrastructure.
The college follows the curriculum programmes and activities prescribed by Hemchandracharya North Gujarat University, Patan. Theory and practice teaching is done as per the University norms. The College faculty sends suggestions to University every year in respect of curriculum changes. College teachers have attended seminars organized by L.N.K.College of Education, Patan for finalization of curriculum. The college organized seminar for academic calendar and its relationship with curriculum. Two senior teachers are member of Board of Studies. They contribute and carry out suggestions received through feedback from the stakeholders while revising the curriculum.
B.Ed. programme has limited course options. There is a little scope for flexibility. However, the college develops co-curricular and extra-curricular programmes, which have bearing on national issues such as population explosion, environment pollution etc. The global competencies like truth, goodness, beauty, creativity, flexibility, and social commitment are developed through curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.
The feedback is obtained from teachers, students, alumni, heads and teachers of practicing schools regarding curricular, co-curricular, and extra curricular and other programmes. The feedback is used at the time of major syllabi revision. 'Web' and ICT has been introduced under elective papers.
All the curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular programmes are planned and prepared before the close of academic session of the previous year. Academic calendar is prepared and it is followed scrupulously.
Criterion-II Curriculum Transaction and Evaluation:
The college follows centralized admission policy. The Hemchandracharya North Gujarat University advertises admission process in the month of February and invites applications for all the seats in grant-in-aid colleges and 85% seats in self-financed colleges. The college-wise information is given in the admission form. The college of Education should have a separate website. The information about the college and its vision, mission, goals and objectives shall be incorporated in the website. Admission cell of the college monitors the admission process. After declaration of merit, the candidates are interviewed and records are verified. Admissions are given as per merit and reservation policy of Government of Gujarat. The college attracts students with comparatively higher merit in the qualifying examination. For open category students highest percentage ranges between 75% and 83% and lowest percentage is between 63% to 73%. For reserve category students, highest percentage is between 61% to 80% and lowest percentage is between 50% to 71%.
The college admitted 100 students out of which 58 were male students and 42 female students. 26 male students and 18 female students belonged to reserved category. Equality of access is ensured in admissions. In case of financial problems faced by economically weaker section students, financial help is provided by the alumni.
After admissions, the work of the academic year starts from the very first day. The college has total 233 working days and 213 teaching days during the session 2005-06. The students knowledge in their respective method subject is assessed by the teaching faculty through personal interviews, written and oral tests. Their skills are evaluated in the assembly. Remedial bridge courses are arranged as per identified needs of students. Student teachers are engaged in active learning throughout the year. They are busy with curricular, co-curricular and extra curricular programmes. Practice teaching keeps them busy in active learning; library visits different projects, seminars, workshops, participation in social activities etc. to keep them busy throughout the year. Every student teacher has to give 20 lessons each in both the methods. Teacher educators make use of ICT in demonstration lessons and encourage students to use it in their practice teaching lessons.
Evaluation of student performance is done continuously through periodical tests, terminal examinations, assignments and assessment of practice teaching lessons. The results are displayed on the notice board and are discussed. Internal practical work assessment is done throughout the year.
All the six teaching faculty members are Ph.D degree holders and have more than 10 years teaching experience. They have to their credit required number of orientation and refresher courses. All of them have publications of papers and books to their credit.
Teachers provide guidance to students for development of teaching learning material. However, there is scope for promotion of consultancy and collaboration with University professionals and school teachers to improve curriculum transaction in particular and teacher education in general.
Criterion-III Research, Consultancy and Extension:
All the six teachers including the Principal of the college are having Ph.D. as the highest qualification. The Institution supports the teachers in pursuing research in education. Library along with Internet facility is available to teachers. Leave is granted to teachers for attending various workshops, seminars, conferences etc. Financial assistance is also provided to the teachers out of UGC grant.
The college has research orientation as one of its objectives. The teaching faculty undertakes action research projects. Earlier the college had M.Ed. programme. The teachers used to provide guidance to the M.Ed. students. Presently, the B.Ed. programme is having compulsory action research activities as part of curriculum. The students teachers are provided guidance in action research by the teachers.
The faculty could not undertake major / minor research projects during the last five years. Presently three teachers have submitted a minor research project jointly. Gujarat Council of primary education, state project office, DPEP, Gandhinagar will provide the funds.
Faculty members had presented papers in seminars and conferences. These were published in University and educational journals. The faculty had published books also. However, the faculty had no publication of research papers in reputed research journals.
All teachers of this college are lifetime members of All India Association of Educational Research. Dr. S.A.Patel has jointly published four books. Dr. P.N.Patel has one joint and three individual publications at her credit. Dr.D.M.Chaudhary, Dr. V.V.Chaudhary has one individual publication each. Dr. J.I.Patel has one joint publication. Two faculty members are associated with administrative work of two schools.
The college lacks NSS, NCC and extension services units in the college. However, the college had established strong bond with society through organization of Blood Donation Camps, Street plays, rallies legal campaigns about consumer protection. Fund collection drive for victims of natural calamities like earthquake, tsunami, flood victims etc. have also been organized. One teacher holds additional charge of the extension activities.
It is desirable to establish linkages between the college, practicing schools and the community. It should have vertical linkages with state, national and international agencies like SCERT, NCERT, NUEAP, UGC, ICSSR, EMRCS ISRO, UNESCO, UNICEF, etc.
Criterion-IV Infrastructure and the Learning Resources:
The Campus of the college is spread over an area of 4.33 acres in urban locality. The campus is away from the city atmosphere and kept neat, clean and green.
There are five rooms in which classes are held for the teaching methodologies. There is a computer room with requisite furniture and printer fitted in it. The institution has separate toilets and latrines for boys and girls. Besides, this college has separate rooms for Principal, Office and Staff.
The college maintains the library containing 21014 books. The college also subscribes 30 magazines and 7 Indian Journals and 45 CDs/DVDs related to education. The total carpet area of library is 816 sq. meters with a sitting capacity of 30 students. The college librarian is qualified and competent. He functions under the guidance of library committee headed by the Principal. It would have been better if the library could provide a photocopier to facilitate students. Additional allocations of funds for the purchase of books and journals be provided every year to strengthen and update the library. The enhancement of computer facility for library transaction would definitely improve the academic facility in the context of performance and chances for further growth.
The college has a computer, psychology, science laboratories etc. The laboratories are properly developed and the educational technology lab awaits establishment in near future.
There is a need of Health Center on the campus. First Aid Box, however, is available in the institution. The campus has very limited facilities for the sports. The campus climate is quite conducive for the academic activity and growth. It would be in the benefit of students if library is extended to physically challenged persons.
Criterion -V Students Support and Progression:
The student support and progression of any teaching education institute depends on the strength of the system efficiency developed within the institution in number terms of percentage of students successfully qualifying the examination. For the last three consecutive years, there is substantial growth of students successfully qualifying the examination.
A mechanism could be developed to monitor the NET/SLET selected students and other jobs with structured documentation. It would have been better if additional facilities such as tutorials, seminars, workshops etc are conducted for students to enable them to compete for jobs and progression to higher education.
It is appreciable that the college has its alumni association called VECSA, which gave donations to the flood relief fund in Surat. It would be desirable to publish a prospectus of the college giving details of fee structures, vision, mission, objectives, etc and other accomplishments of the college. The details of the financial, concessions available to OBCs/SC/ST students as per rules of the Central Govt. and State Govt. should also be incorporated.
The results of the college are very good. The dropout rate is minimal e.g. less than 5%. The college does not have feedback from the students who had cleared NET/SLET after completing their degree. A well-structured mechanism is yet to be developed. The college wallpaper provides information on different topics from time to time. Personal guidance is provided to students. The college does not have a formal placement cell. However the college helps students in job promotion.
The college nominates General Secretary, Ladies Representative and Cultural Secretary on the basis of their merit and performance. The college is proud of having number of students on university merit list. The students get information about vacancies in a short period on demand from practicing schools. A good rapport exists between the Management, the teachers and the students.
Criterion-VI Organization & Management:
The college is governed and managed by Managing Trustee and members of the Board of Trustees. The faculty requirements and the infrastructural facilities are prescribed by the NCTE. The Trustees of the managing committee always encourage and inspire the trainees by remaining present at the programmers of the institution and show their interest in future development of the trainees. Good traditions prevail in the institution as Gold medallists are awarded prizes and honored by the managing trustee. Trainees and teachers of the college are felicitated for their achievements in academics.
The college has a Grievance Redressal mechanism. However, during interaction with the students, it has been revealed that close relationship between the teachers and students reduces the number of grievances. The institution has committees for day-to-day issues/problems wherein the trustees of the management, the Principal take decisions on routines matters. However, it would be desirable to associate the teaching faculty on the different committees.
The college Alumni Association (VECSA) deserves appreciation for their donations and missionary zeal with which they help the college in mobilizing financial resources.
The welfare measures to the staff are as per state govt. norms. The non-teaching staff is well motivated and co-operative.
The unit cost excluding salary component is Rs. 4591.56 whereas unit cost including salary component is Rs. 36146.03 per annum. The college collects tuition fees as prescribed by Govt.
The records and accounts are maintained properly. The financial accounts are audited regularly by competent chartered accountant. Being a grant in aid institution statutory auditors also audit the accounts of the college.
The performance appraisal of the teaching faculty is done through self-appraisal method. The faculty evaluation by students is also done as part of performance appraisal.
Section - III
The college is having a comprehensive approach through a well thought vision, mission and objectives. It helps the student teachers to develop knowledge, skills and inculcate values to face the challenges of 21st century. The institution has changed as per the needs of the changing times; particularly in fostering global competencies among students. It is appropriate in these days of globalization, privatization and liberalization. The quality teacher education has been accepted as an important value by the Institution.
The college is a grant-in-aid Institution. It charges lower tuition fees as compared to self-financed B.Ed. colleges in the state. It could attract and retain highly qualified experienced teachers. Meritorious students have first choice for admission in this college. The college is known for its strict discipline and hard work. This has become a positive strength of the college in its march towards excellence.
The institution organizes extra-curricular activities such as protest against female foeticide through rallies, street plays, blood donation camps, legal camps, AIDS awareness programmes, street plays to develop scientific attitude towards superstitions in the society. Rallies to collect donations to help victims of natural calamities such as floods, earth quake, Tsunami etc. are also organized. These healthy practices inculcate social values and positive attitudes towards society.
Suggestions / Recommendations
*During interaction with the students, it was revealed that there is a need of separate campus for the College of Education with a state- of- art, physical and human resources infrastructure.
*There is a need to provide additional indoor and outdoor games facilities. A part time physical education teacher may be engaged to look after physical education and sports activities.
*Hostel facilities for boys and girls be provided. There is a need to provide canteen facilities also.
*The college should establish a language laboratory for the communications skills development.
*Computer literacy programme be made mandatory for all teacher trainees as value addition to B.Ed. programme.
*Additional 10 computers be added in the computer laboratory.
*Extension service center be established in the college to ensure effective implementation of extension activities in secondary schools around the college. It may be helpful in establishing rapport and effective interaction with schools.
*The office administration and library needs to be fully computerized.
*Vacant Teaching posts be filled immediately with requisite and appropriate methodologies.
*Teaching faculty may be encouraged to undertake action research projects. It may undertake major/minor research projects with the financial assistance of National and International level agencies such as UGC, ICSSR, NCERT, NUEPA, UNICEF AND UNESCO.
*The college needs to have Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) with scholars drawn from outside to monitor quality of Teacher education and administration. This will enhance commitment and accountability.
*More student teachers be trained and encouraged to participate in inter-collegiate, inter-university, State and National Level Sports and cultural events.
*The teaching faculty may be encouraged and motivated to publish research papers in standard research journals.
*Students counselling and guidance cell be formally established along with placement cell.
*It is necessary to have formal Grievance Redressal Cell separately for students, teachers and non-teaching staff.
*The college may offer short duration certificate and diploma courses to provide vocational training for jobs that are being created in addition to training for faculty profession. This will provide value addition extra curricula.
*The college may start M.Ed degree course.
The Peer Team appreciates the support and hospitality extended by the college management, principal, staff, students and the alumni in validating the Self Appraisal Report and verifying the facilities.
Dr. K. P. Sonwane, Chairperson
Dr. J. S. Dhillon, Member conveners
Prof. Girijesh kumar, Member
(Dr. Somabhai A. Patel)
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