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Vaish Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Rohtak, Haryana
Vaish Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Rohtak, Haryana
Rohtak (District Rohtak)
Haryana, IndiaPin Code : 124001
Vaish Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Rohtak Haryana is a recognised institute / college. Vaish Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Rohtak Haryana was established on / in 1971.
Principal of Vaish Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Rohtak Haryana is Dr.(Mrs.) Shakuntla Singla.
Vaish Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Rohtak Haryana is situated in Rohtak of Haryana state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Rohtak comes under Rohtak Tehsil, Rohtak District.
Chairman : Naveen Kumar Jain.
Contact Details of Vaish Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Rohtak Haryana are : Phone:+91-1262-267680, 253845, 253848
Following are different colleges:
Vaish College, Rohtak
Vaish Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Rohtak
However Chairman in both the colleges is same i.e. Mr Naveen Kumar Jain
Vaish Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Rohtak Haryana runs course(s) in Degree stream(s).
Vaish Mahila Mahavidyalaya is affiliated with Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak (Haryana)
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NAAC report of Vaish Mahila MahavidyalayaSection - I : INTRODUCTION
Vaish Mahila Mahavidyalya, Rohtak is one of the nine institutions run by Vaish Education Society - a premier educational body of Haryana which came into existence in 1918, the first institute i.e. Vaish High School was founded by Mahatma Gandhi, the father of the Nation. Believing that education is the kernel of all human development especially women upliftment and welfare, in July 1973 Vaish College (Girls Wing) was brought into being. In the beginning it was housed in three rooms of upper storey of Vaish Girls High School with the strength of 70 students.
In 1976-77 the college moved into an independent building on Jhajjar Road, Rohtak.
The college has permanent affiliation since 1996 from M.D. University, Rohtak. It is recognized by the UGC under section 2(f) & 12B and receiving development assistance. The college conducts B.A. & B.Com. under graduate courses. It has also launched BBA under self financing scheme in 1997 which was a subsequently shelved in the year 2003 due to non viability. The college has introduced B.Com Vocational Course in the year 2000. Later on BCA & PGDCA were introduced under Self Financing Scheme. The insignia of the college 'Love & Service' and 'Tamso Ma Jyotirgamay' voices its mission, i.e. to dispel the darkness of ignorance and to enlighten the students through education and also inculcate in them the value of love & service.
The objective of the college is to provide quality education to women by empowering them and further chisel them as useful citizens to serve the nation and realize their aim with 3-D's : Dedication, Discipline and Determination.
The college has two storeyed building in the heart of city with easy access from railway and bus services. The college has various welfare schemes for students like fee concession to poor students & free books to the needy & meritorious students. The college has adequate space i.e. 1.044 acres with 21 well furnished class-rooms, Library hall, common room, two full fledged AC Computer labs (with 63 computers of latest configuration and facility of Internet & LAN) and Conference Hall with audio-visual aids. The college has 1176 students on its rolls and is running under graduate programmes like B.A., B.Com (Pass Course & Vocational), BCA & one PG Diploma PGDCA. The faculty includes 31 permanent teachers and 12 temporary teachers with 16 members having Ph.D. as highest qualification.
Indoor and outdoor sports facilities are made available in the college ground and Maharaja Aggarsen Stadium at Vaish Campus. The college students have participated at National Level competitions. The college has well stocked & updated central library with latest edition of books, journals pertaining to various disciplines and magazines, newspapers. The college provides hostel facilities to outside students in the Vaish College of Engineering Girls' Hostel. The college has various welfare schemes for needy students. Financial aid in the form of stipends, scholarships and loans are provided to them and the information about the students support facilities is made clear in the prospectus. The college has vehicle parking shed, canteen and other support facilities.
The objective of the college is to provide value based quality education to students. The college takes pride in its student results that have always been above the university results with many 1st divisions. The college students have excelled in academics by finding place amongst top 10 positions in different streams of M.D. University, Rohtak in the last few years. The dedicated teaching faculty aims at the development of integrated personality of the students by having harmonious teacher taught relationship. The college provides ample opportunities to the teachers to enhance their professional excellence. The constant monitoring of students evaluation is ensured in the institution.
With the aim to self evaluate and self understand themselves the college has volunteered for assessment and accreditation council (NAAC). A Peer Team consisting of Prof. Naresh L. Ved, Vice-Chancellor, Bhavnagar University, Bhavnagar, Gujarat as Chairperson and Prof. S.K. Bhatia, Department of English & Director Academic Staff College, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar (Punjab), Dr. Ajit Kumar Singhal, Principal, Govt. P.G. College, Rishikesh (Uttaranchal) as Members visited the college. Dr. G. Srinivas, Deputy Adviser, NAAC Co-ordinated the Peer Team visit. The Peer Team visited the facilities and teaching departments of the college. It also held interactions with the college Management, Principal, Faculty, Students, Parents and Alumni. The Peer team visited the institution on 18th & 19th of Dec., 2003 and evaluation has been conducted as per the norms of NAAC.
Section - II CRITERION-WISE ANALYSIS
Criterion - I Curricular Aspects
The college follows the syllabi of M.D. University. It is offering B.A., B.Com, B.Com Vocational, BCA & PGDCA Courses. Unit cost of the education in the college is Rs. 9466/-.
Women Cell and NSS are active in the college. Some of the college teachers are members of Board of studies and common syllabi committee of various universities of Haryana as members to review and re-design teaching programmes from time to time. New programmes are introduced within the present University system, latest being PGDCA. The college has access to neighbourhood industries such as LPS Ltd.
Criterion - II Teaching Learning and Evaluation
The admission to various courses of study are done on the basis of academic merit of students. The performance of students is monitored through periodical tests, assignments and half-yearly examinations which is conveyed to the parents. Performance of the student is also assessed by literary competitions, departmental competitions, talent search shows etc.
The teacher-learner interaction is further substantiated by periodical tutorials. The faculty at the beginning of academic session fixes its target to complete the courses (40% upto September, 30% upto December and remaining 30% upto the March). The syllabi are utilized according to annual system of teaching. The class room teachings are supplemented by extension lectures, seminars, workshop etc. The teaching in the college is also supplemented by audio-visual aids. The average workload of the teacher is 24 to 27 periods per week. The academic calendar, exhibits 150 teaching days and 285 working days. There are 43 faculty members out of which 31 are permanent. 16 faculty members are Ph.D. degree holders while 9 are M.Phil. The recruitment of teachers is regulated through selection committee. The non-teaching staff, administrative staff and technical staff are 25. There are 1155 students in UG and 21 students in PG-Diploma. 8 teachers attended National Level seminars/conferences as the participants. Few teachers have availed faculty development programmes. The faculty is yet to establish National or International linkages.
Criterion III : Research, Consultancy and Extension
The college has provision of study leave for teachers subject to Government approval. Teachers are further need to be actively engaged in research and publication works. The college has not publicized the expertise available for consultancy services. Few teachers in the Departments of Hindi, Economics, English are engaged in research activities.
The college has extension activities run by the teachers in addition to teaching. Various extension activities are carried out in the college with the assistance of NGO's and GO's like Rotary Club & Lions Club and the designated persons are made additional payments for the same. Teachers and students are encouraged to participate in these activities through Women Cell and NSS.
Criterion IV : Infrastructure and Learning Resources
According to master plan of the college campus, the college is infrastructurally viable. The college plans to meet the need for augmenting the infrastructure so as to keep pace with the academic growth through donations from Vaish Education Society, individual donors and internal funds. The college ensures optimum utilization of its infrastructure facilities.
The college has two storeyed building with more than 21 rooms at present. A separate beautification committee remains active throughout the year to keep the campus beautiful and pollution free. The college library is interconnected with other libraries for inter library borrowing and book bank facility. Library advisory committee supervises the functioning of library. A number of books, journals and periodicals have been added to the library along with reprographic facility during the last two years. Departments of commerce, BCA, PGDCA have their own computers maintained by concerned staff. Various health services are available in the college and health awareness programmes are organized from time to time. Ample facilities are available in the sports and physical education centre. Outstanding sports girls are given various incentives. Some of the college players have excelled at state level and national level. The construction of two Home Science labs is in progress.
Criterion V : Students Support and progression
Percentage of students appearing for the qualifying examination is 86.35% and dropout rate is 13.65%. The college publishes its updated prospectus annually which contains academic information for the students. The college provides various financial aids to the students from the State and Central Govt. in the form of Scholarships, stipends etc. Last year there were 37 national merit scholarship holders 4 merit scholarship holders and 6 SC/BC and handicapped Scholarship holders. The teachers participated in academic and personal counseling of the students. The college has Alumni-association. There is no practice of gathering feed back from the students. The career guidance, counseling system and placement cell in the college needs to be strengthened. Various sports and recreational services are available to the students in the form of indoor games, outdoor games, debate club, students magazines, cultural programs, audio-video facilities, dance-music competition, essay writing and quiz contests.
Criterion VI : Organization and Management
Vaish Mahila Mahavidyalya, Rohtak has as many as 37 committees to co-ordinate and monitor academic and other activities. These committees are constituted every year to look after smooth functioning of the college. The overall coordination and monitoring is done by the Principal. The institution has internal mechanism for writing ACR of each employee. The college does not have professional development programme for non-teaching staff. The college management controls the functioning and decision making exercises of the college. The college do not have major financial problems. The income and expenditure details of the college is audited annually. The college has welfare schemes and grievance redressal cell headed by a senior teacher to listen to the disputes and complaints of the staff. Various welfare programmes organized in the college are Earn While you Learn Scheme, NTT and Interior Decoration Courses. The college provides loan facility to the teachers and the non-teaching staff from their respective general provident funds.
Criterion VII : Healthy Practices
The college has adopted mechanisms for internal quality checks in the forms of giving incentive to the teachers for showing good results. The college is sensitized to latest managerial concepts such as strategic planning, team work, decision making and computerization. Regular academic programme are strengthened through self-financing courses (B.Com Vocational, BCA and PGDCA). Community orientation programme and activities are run through NSS and Women Cell. Efforts have been made for promoting general/transferable skills among the students. The college inculcates civic responsibilities among the students through NSS and organizing extension lectures by inviting persons of repute from university and civil administrations. The college adopted novel marketing techniques for utilizing the skills of the students eg. Pot making, tie and dye, food preservations etc. by organizing melas and exhibitions at college level. By organizing seminars, extension lectures and taking classes in moral education, moral values are being infused into the students. Students are encouraged to participate in various fields of activities like debate, declamation, dramatics, dance, departmental exhibitions and competitions and physical training's like yoga, Vushu and Judo.
Section - III OVERALL ANALYSIS
On the basis of Criterion wise analysis of the college, inputs from the departments, the overall view that emerges out can be put as under :
The college has adequate infrastructural facilities.
As many as 37 committees continuously monitor the execution of various activities and programs.
70% of the teachers hold research degrees(M.Phil./Ph.D.).
86.35% of students appear in the examination and the dropout rate is 13.65%. The success rate of the students in the examination is 72.4%.
Teaching days and working days are 160 and 285 respectively.
The academic and administrative records are well maintained.
The participation and contribution of students and the teachers in the extension activities is appreciable.
Haryana State Govt. sponsored schemes Earn While You Learn and Women Cell are functioning effectively.
Additional thrust is given for personality development of the students.
The college has grievance redressal cell and Alumni association.
The college has devised its future plan for its academic and infrastructure growth and development.
The performance of the students in music and sports is note worthy. Some students have participated in Asiad.
The departments of Home Science and Computer Science are functioning well.
The results of student particularly in Commerce dept. are very significant.
On the whole the functioning of the college is good along with certain areas of concern demanding attention.
Suggestions for further improvement :
The research activities and publications by the faculty not very significant. There is a need of establishing a research coordination committee. Effort should be made to apply and utilize minor research projects from various apex bodies including UGC. Research projects will add new academic facilities and also help to enhance the quality of teaching-learning evaluation process.
The college may continue to organize more seminars in the upcoming areas. Simultaneously it may also encourage its teachers to attend the workshops and conferences conducted by other institutions. The schemes of UGC may be utilized for this purpose.
Teachers should be encouraged to avail teacher fellowships from UGC.
The library services need to be improved by enhancing book bank facilities and subscribing student oriented books and journals. The library can also avail facilities from INFLIBNET, Ahmedabad.
Career oriented programme options and elective options need to be increased. Students feedback on quality of teaching/ students assessment of teachers be introduced to enable the teachers to improve their teaching abilities.
Centralized media facilities have to be strengthened to prepare audio-visual and the teaching aids.
A bureau of counseling and guidance for students need to be strengthened.
College should explore the possibility of using communication technology, interactive learning resources.
In order to ensure the quality education and sustain it, the student feed back system to be systematised.
College may further explore possibilities of courses, which are job oriented.
The college is trying to initiate National and International linkages.
In-built mechanism be set-up to check the work efficiency of the non-teaching staff and provisions be made for their professional development.
The college may develop its website.
The college may conduct its own certificate courses in Communicative English, Interior Decoration, Fashion Technology, Web Designing etc.
The activities of Alumni Association need to be strengthened and their services are effectively utilized.
Efforts may be made to enhance the computer proficiency of teachers and students.
The college has shortage of enough space and class rooms which needs immediate attention by the college authorities.
The Peer Team thanks the College Management, Principal, Teaching faculty, Students and staff for their support and hospitality extended to it in conducting the assessment & accreditation process. The Peer Team appreciates the Vaish Mahila Mahavidyalya, for its efforts in providing quality higher education to women and wishes that the college enhances its potential in becoming a well known centre of higher education for women in this part of the country.
(Prof. Naresh L. Ved)
(Dr. S.K. Bhatia)
(Dr. Ajit Kumar Singhal)
(Dr.(Mrs.) Shyama Sharma)
Place : Rohtak
Dated : Dec. 19, 2003
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