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Rao Lal Singh College of Education Sidhrawali, Gurgaon, Haryana
Rao Lal Singh College of Education Sidhrawali, Gurgaon, Haryana
Address:Gurgaon Jaipur National Highway No-6,
Gurgaon (District Gurgaon)
Haryana, IndiaPin Code : 123413
Rao Lal Singh College of Education Sidhrawali, Gurgaon is a recognised institute / college. Rao Lal Singh College of Education Sidhrawali, Gurgaon is managed by Society: Rao Lal Singh Shiksha Parishad, Sidhrawali. Rao Lal Singh College of Education Sidhrawali, Gurgaon was established on / in 1998.
Rao Lal Singh College of Education Sidhrawali, Gurgaon is situated in Gurgaon of Haryana state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Gurgaon comes under Gurgaon Tehsil, Gurgaon District.
Website of Rao Lal Singh College of Education Sidhrawali, Gurgaon is http://www.rlsce.com/.
Contact Details of Rao Lal Singh College of Education Sidhrawali, Gurgaon are : Telephone: +91-124-2679128, 2679028
Courses offered in Rao Lal Singh College of Education Sidhrawali, GurgaonB.Ed, M.Ed, D.Ed
Rao Lal Singh College of Education Sidhrawali, Gurgaon runs course(s) in Education stream(s).
Profile of Rao Lal Singh College of Education SidhrawaliThe college is run by a registered society named as Rao Lal Singh Shiksha Parishad, Sidhrawali. At present the Parishad is running two Institutions i.e R.L.S. College of Education and R.L.S Public Sr. Sec School affiliated to C.B.S.E New Delhi. The governing body is elected by its 600 members. At present the management is headed by Major (Retd) Ashok Yadav as its president and Rao Vijay Singh as General Secretary. In addition to the office bearer there is provision of one university and government nominee. There is representation of teaching and non-teaching staff in the management by its two and one member respectively.
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NAAC report of Rao Lal Singh College of EducationSECTION-1
The peer team of NAAC comprising (i) Prof. Mohammad Miyan, Director, Centre for Distance and Open learning, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi (Chairman) (ii) Prof. Umesh C. Vashishtha, Dean Faculty of Education, Lucknow University, Lucknow (Member) & (iii) Dr. Prem K. Ahuja, former Director, WRC (NCTE), Jaipur (Member) visited the Rao Lal Singh College of Education , Sidhrawaii Distt. Gurgaon (Harayana) on Jan. 3-4, 2004.
Rao Lalsingh College of Education, Sidhrawali Disft. Gurgaon, the first rural College of Education in the Haryana State was established in 1974. The College is situated about 1 km away from Sidhrawali village on the National Highway No. 8 linking Delhi and Jaipur. The College is run by a registered society named as Rao LalSingh'SWiksha Parishad, Sidhrawali. The College is located in about four acres of land. One demonstration school run by the same management is situated nearby. The College is affiliated to M. D. University, Rohtak.
The College has the recognition of NCTE Northern Regional Committee for B. Ed. and M. Ed. Courses and is permanently affiliated to M. D. University, Rohtak. The present intake of B.Ed. and M.Ed. are 170 and 20 respectively. The Sanctioned intake of B.Ed. students is 130 vide NCTE's letter No. B.Ed, f-3 /HR15/97/1537 dt. 20.6.98. The College enhanced the number of seats as the NCTE's modified norms allow the pupil teacher, ratio as 14:1. The College has not obtained the permission of the NCTE for enhancing the number of seats though the University has the allowed the college for the enhancement.
The College has 'faculty of fourteen including the"' Principal out of this eleven are Ph.D. holders having long experience in Teacher Education. All the posts of teaching staff and the librarian are approved by the university. Among supporting staff there are 4 technical and -6 administrative staff personnel.
The College has a mission to help rural students to shape their lives on the principle of 'Simple living and High Thinking' and to make available to them cheap but effective Teacher Education. The present scenario does not fulfil the mission of
accommodation for boys and girls are provided in the campus. These hostels have separate Kitchen which are run by students themselves.
The College has a Library, Computer Centre, Sick room, Sports Facilities (indoor & outdoor), Canteen, Parking ;shed, ET Lab, Physical Sciences, Life Science and Psychology Labs, multi purpose hall and Women cell etc.
The College has sufficient class rooms, adequate staff room and suitable housing facilities for the principal.
CRITERION WISE ANALYSIS
Criterion I - Curricular Design and Planning
B.Ed. and M.Ed. programmes, recognized by the NCTE are affiliated to Maharshi Dayanand University Rohtak Admission to B.Ed. are made by the university on the basis of the following criterion and procedure.
Average marks obtained in the Entrance Examination and percentage of marks obtained in B.A/B.Sc/B.Com/M.A/M.Sc./M.Com. (whichever is higher)
50% of the total Seats are free seats and students are allotted by the university with reservation as per policy of the Govt. of Haryana.
Remaining 50% Seats i.e 85 Seats are treated as paid Seats and an amount of Rs. 30.000/- in addition to normal fee is charged from each Student against the paid Seat. All paid Seats are open for all Haryana and Non Har ,yapa candidates without consideration of any reservation for reserved categories. This was prevalent only for two aids i.e. 2001-02; 2002-03 .
The team was informed that from the session 2003-04 , the fee was enhanced to Rs. 16, 000 /- per annum and the payment seats were withdrawn.
The college works for a total of 210 days out of which 140 are teaching days, 30 days are devoted to practice-teahcing and 10 days are allotted for admission work and 20 days for examination.
For effective planning the trainees in the beginning of the academic session are orientated with College annual Calendar, various academic and curricular activities with their objectives, implementation Strategies, innovative practices and evaluation scheme etc. The Students are provided flexibility in offering different optional papers, field work, project-work and work experience. The whole Session is divided in three academic terms by the university-first term from July to September, Second term from October to December and third term from January to April. The Course outline analysis for each -term is designed in term of units to facilitate the teaching and learning. The institution encourages teachers to prepare the course outline in the beginning of the session. The course implementation is done as per teaching schedule, monthly assignments,- term tests, monitoring and staff meetings.
The institution runs programmes for health & social welfare, environmental awareness, population awareness, depression, women empowerment, AIDS Awareness, Alcoholism, Adult Literacy in the form of community surveys, extension lectures, co-curricular activities etc.
The institution gathers feedback for redesigning curriculum/teaching programmes through meetings with students, employees and teachers. Since the institution has to follow the University courses, the freedom to design, alter and introduce new courses is not there but the institution organizes various institutionschool-community networking activities such as sports, tournaments, celebrating different important days, surveys, awareness programmes etc.
The institution ensures its achievement of goals and objectives by acquiring quality results, ensuring student placement, winning prizes and positions in different competitions. A section of students feel that there should be more topics from humanities in the syllabi so as to develop humane attitude In pupil-teachers. It is true that the curriculum/syllabus is prescribed by the university but college make efforts through feedback from students and'teachers to help fill in deficiencies by organizing extension lectures.
For the field of teacher education.
Criterion - 11 Curriculum Transaction and Evaluation
The College has setup a good standard for Curriculum Transaction and Evaluation Tutorials, Seminars, Workshops are arranged to promote interactive teaching -learning.
The Students are encouraged to see U.G.C Satellite programmes.
The Course Content analysis is done subject wise in the beginning. During the first phase of practice teaching the emphasis is laid on pedagogic concepts and followed by Micro planning, demonstration lessons and. finall@ during the practice-teaching the trainees get learning experiences in real situations interacting with students in the class, peers, school teachers and supervisors.
For developing the core teaching skills in simulated settings, microteaching is orgainised, practice is provided for preparing micro-lessons plans in five skillsquestioning, skill of explaining, stimulus variation, use of black-board and the skill of reinforcement.
Demonstration lessons presented by the teacher-educators are observed by the trainees on ten-point observation schedule. Each lesson of every student is supervised by teacher educators. Ten lessons are observed by peers and feed back is provided to the trainees. After the practice teaching is over, trainees participate irv the discussion on the experiences gained durihg,the entire practice teaching.
The university guide-lines related to evaluation work is followed. Besides external evaluation, the institution holds two terminal examinations during the session. The performance in theory and work experience subjects is evaluated by awarding mark whereas assignments and projects are evaluated by giving grades. Talented students are identified and additional guidance is provided to them. For weak students identified on the basis of internal tests / assignments, remedial teaching is arranged.
The institution follows self-apprasial method to evaluate the performance of the teaching faculty. Self-appraisal proforma are filled in by all concerned. Teachers participate regularly in Seminars and attend refresher and orientation programmes. In the end of session the students express their feelings, opinion, feed back on the performance of teachers in a formal way only.
In the,, last 5 years, the College did conduct.,, one faculty developmentprogramme. Two teachers have also got recognition/professional awards. If faculty development-programmes are conducted more often, it will benefit the individual teachers as well as institution Material help is offered to economically poor .students. The College encourages Students in various co-curricular activities. The M.D. University to which this college is affiliated does not allow any division in marks between continuous assessment and terminal examination. The university conducts the terminal examination both in theory papers and practice teaching thus sundering the exercise of tests and assignments almost redundant. On the part of the college it sincerely strives to make use of modern technology in transacting knowledge and skills to pupil teachers.
Criterion - III Research, Development and Extension
The College offering B.Ed. and M.Ed. programmes has made a humble attempt in terms of research work. Accept three out of fourteen, all the members of the staff possess Ph. D. degree. Three staff members have been awarded Ph.D. degree during the last five years. There are ten part-time research scholars. Two research scholars have submitted their theses for Ph.D. One has been awarded Ph. D. degree. Four research projects have been forwarded to U.G.C./UNICEF for financial assistance with total outlay of 15,50,000/-. Eight staff members are associated with various academic bodies and societies Faculty members have freedom to take up any educational innovation and research projects. Three research projects/financed by UGC have been completed. One staff members is associated with twelve academic bodies.
The institution has close linkage with the community. Extension activites in the form of community service, social work, blood donation camp, AIDS awareness, Women's empowerment are undertaken from time to time under NSS Programme and women cell. The institution works and plans extension activities in collaboration with NGOS.
Though in the giving circumstances the research contribution of the staff is commendable , there is a need to further strengthen the research elements. the teacher can be encouraged to take up more research projects along with motivation for publication in research journals which would add to the development of research ethos in the institution.
Criterion - IV Infrastructure and Learning Resources
The institution has sufficient infrastructure facilities, enough funds, quick authority sanctions and management investment to plan the need for augmenting the infrastructure to keep pace with academic growth. The task of maintaining infrastructure is assigned to different committees with specific objectives and functions clearly defined. To keep the campus beautiful and pollution free a committee "Operation Fountain Head" has been formed which regularly keeps a watch over its maintenance.
Two Well equipped hostels-one for girls and other for boys having 25 rooms in each with warden' s residence are available on the campus.
For uninterrupted water and electric supply one lakh liters capacity overhead tank and two generators are.,provided five class rooms, Assembly halls, various laboratories, Teacher's cubicles, Principals residence, one guest house etc. and other infrastructure facilities are available.
As the institution provides residential facilities, adequate provision of health services for the inmates and staff has been made. Adequate sports and games facilities are available and their use is made during athletics meets and tournaments.
With reference to the learning resources, the college has kept pace with the new developments. The College has augmented its Computer lab. Psychology, E.T., Sc. Lab and other laboratories are used by the students during practice teaching phase as well as while completing their work experience tasks and practical related to theory papers.
Library has been computerized for effective lending and depositing, purchasing of books and verifying the stock readily. The college has a book bank facility has sufficient books and subscribes a reasonable number of journals M. Ed. students are allowed access to the stakes. There is a photocopying machine in the library for the benefit of students. Though list of text-books useful for the B.Ed. students is displayed in the beginning of the year but it would perhaps help the students more if the library provides a catalogue also. This limitation is obviously because of shortage of staff and the Government of Haryana does not give sanction of addition posts. Library has the same working hours as the college which runs from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.
Criterion - V Students Support and Progression
The student support and progression of any institution depends upon the strength of system efficiency developed by the institution.
Almost all students who bought admission to B.Ed. course during the last three years appeared at the examination. The drop out for M.Ed. course is also less than 1 0% .
Three students have passed NET during the last three year.
The guidance and placement 'cell in the college provides counseling to students for opting subjects for teaching in view of employment scope, study habits, tracing out books and material for notes and other problems.
The institution situated in rural area and residential in nature provides various recreational/leisure time facilities to students like indoor-outdoor sports/games, yoga and audio/video facilities.
The financial aid available to the students are primarily the various Government and merit scholarships. During 200-01 and 2001-02 and 30 students availed scholarships respectively. In addition to this an amount of Rs. 2000/- is given to each student who secures merit position among the first ten. For willing students the institution arranges preparatory classes of one month duration. It is heartening to note that it gives the grant of Rs. 2000 /- each to the economically weak students from its own funds. Placement cell has been established recently. Placement services and alumni association may be strengthened for better linkage.
Criterion-VI Organisation and Management
For effective functioning to achieve the goals/objectives the institution has a system and mechanism of organization and management. The governing body elected by the members of_.the parishad looks after the management of the institution. Resources are made available readily by the management as per requirement of the institution. There are representatives of teachers and administrative staff, nominees of the university and the State Government on the Governing Body of the college.
The institution is sensitized to modern managerial concepts such as strategic planning, team work, decision making and TQM which are reflected while constituting various committees, consideration of different parameters and computerization activities. The institution' has adopted,:.internal audit mechanisms and process for internal quality checks. There is grievance redressal cell in the college.
Teachers are recruited by a Selection Committee consisting of Government, University and management nominees, principal and subject experts. The institution has freedom to appoint any suitable person in the interest of the institution as per requirement.
The alumni have felt that the college has progressed a lot in the last few years. Records of the financial transaction are kept up to date and audit is done regularly.
There is found no audit objection while scrutinizing the audit report for the year 2002-03.
Overall Analysis and Suggestion
The Rao LalSingh College of Education established in 1947 has developed both in infrastructure facilities and academic programmes. The teacher development has been continuing thus improving the quality of transaction. The management of the college is quite proactive and has plans to initiate classes in different foreign languages including improving proficiency in English students seem to be quite motivated and participate,with interest in various curricular and co-curricular activities. College further provides them an opportunity of infraction with sister institutions by organizing annual athletic meet on Dec. 7 every year. Cent percent results and quite a few top positions the last examination provide impetus to students academic activities with a desire to do better this year. All the students appeared for B.Ed. examination (2002-03) have got first division only. Out of fifteen positions, fourteen have been begged by this college.
The management is very supportive of the development of the college and provides ample encouragement to staff and students.
The peer team appreciates the efforts of the management, the principal and the staff for the progress and development of the college.
The efforts of the institution for,providing quality Teacher Education in rural area are praiseworthy. The peer team would like to put forward the following suggestions for consideration.
At" M.Ed. level Teacher Education, Educational "and Vocational Guidance Special Education, Educational Technology are offered as elective optional papers. There is a need to encourage students to opt for papers such as Computer Education-, Educational Measurement and Evaluation Management and administration of Education which are already prescribed in M.Ed. syllabus of the university.
Teaching of commerce is offered as one of the subject, there is no specific lecturer for teaching of commerce. The Vice-chancellor of the university has approved the post of lecturer in Education (Economics/Commerce) for a teacher who has master degree in Economics. Efforts may be made ot appoint a teacher with Commerce background.
Familiarity with the use of computers will be an asset for teachers. There is a need of computer-training programme for all the staff members
On campus interviews may be organized for B. Ed pass students
The institution is located in rural area and partly residential. A cooperative store managed by the students may be of great help and support to them.
A good amount (about Rs. 30, 000 /- yearly) is spent on subscribing on Journals. The Journals like Perspective in Education, New Frontiers in Education etc. related to education and suitable for students may also be subscribed. The list of journals, which are subscribed, be reviewed.
Separate reading room may be provided in the hostels.
There is a need to encourage innovations in Teacher education. Instruction through integrating models of teaching may be considered.
The alumni association constituted recently may be strengthened and formalized.
The peer team appreciates the cooperation extended by the management, the principal, teaching and non-teaching staff and the students and wishes the college a bright future.
(Umesh C Vashishtha) Member
(Prem K. Ahuja) Member
(Dr. P. S. Yadav)
Rao Lal Singh College of Education
Sidhrawali - 123413
Distt. Gurgaon (Haryana)
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