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Adarsh Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Bhiwani, Haryana
Address:Hansi Gate
Bhiwani (District Bhiwani)
Haryana, India
Pin Code : 127021


Adarsh Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Bhiwani Haryana is a recognised institute / college. Adarsh Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Bhiwani Haryana was established on / in 1970.


Principal of Adarsh Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Bhiwani Haryana is Dr. (Mrs.) Pushpa Sharma, Dr.Alka Sharma.

Adarsh Mahila Mahavidyalaya is situated in Bhiwani of Haryana state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. email ID(s) is Adarsh Mahila Mahavidyalaya Bhiwani Haryana

Website of Adarsh Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Bhiwani Haryana is www.adarshcollegebhiwani.com.


Contact Details of Adarsh Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Bhiwani Haryana are : 01664-242414



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Adarsh Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Bhiwani Haryana runs course(s) in Degree stream(s).
B.A.,B.Com.,B.Sc.,BCA -80
M.A./M.Sc.(Math) 55,
Eco.,Eng.40 each
1. Advtg. Sales Mgt.
2. Tourism & Travel Mgt.
3. Computer Application
4. Data Care Management
5.Early Child Care & Education

Approval details: Adarsh Mahila Mahavidyalaya is affiliated with Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak (Haryana)


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NAAC report of Adarsh Mahila Mahavidyalaya

Section I
Preface
The Adarsh Mahila Mahavidyalaya was established in 1970 at Bhiwani, Haryana by Adarsh Shiksha Samiti headed by Shri B.D. Gupta, Ex-Chief Minister of Hrayana and Ex-MP (Rajya Sabha). The college was recognized under 2(f) by UGC in the same year. The college has a campus of 8.3 acres. The college has 19 departments offering undergraduate courses in Faculties Arts, Commerce and Science. The present strength of the college 2058 including 68 students of self-financing BCA course. The present faculty strength of the college 60 of which 38 are permanent and 22 are ad-hoc teachers. The college has volunteered to be assessed and accredited by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), Banglore. The college has also submitted its self-study report in November 2002.

NAAC constituted a peer team consisting of Prof G Nancharaiah, Vice Chancellor, Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University, Lucknow as the Chairperson, Dr. Narendra Dhakad, Principal, Government Holkar Science College, Indore and Dr Sushant Ghosh, Science College, Congress Nagar, Nagpur as members. Dr G. Srinivas Deputy Adviser, NAAC coordinated the visit. The peer team visited the college on January 31 and February 01, 2003.

The Peer team had analyzed the self-study report (SSR) prior to visit to the college and followed it up during the visit. The team widely interacted with the Management, Principal, Students, Parents, Alumni Teaching staff, and Non-Teaching staff. The team visited to various departments, laboratories, college office, library, playgrounds and other facilities and collected the required information.

Based on this information and self-study report keeping in view the criterion wise frame given by the NAAC, the team assessed the college and prepared the report.

Section II:
Criterion I: Curricular Aspects
The academic programmes offered are undergraduate courses in the faculties of Arts, Commerce and Science leading to the award of B.A./B.Com./B.Sc./B.C.A. by Maharashi Dayanand University, Rohtak to which the college is affiliated. The college is also offering job-oriented courses Advertising, Sales Promotion and Sales Management for Commerce students. The BCA course is offered under self-financing programme. The college has also procured permission to start B.Sc. and B. Com with computer as one of the subjects. The college has to operate within the framework and the procedure lay down by University.

The students pursuing ASM and computer science are encouraged to carry out on job training/project in the industries. The college may consider introduction of more job-oriented and self-financing Vocational and/or PG courses like Biotechnology, Computer Maintenance, Environmental Science, and Electronics etc. The UGC provides assistance for infrastructure for such courses under the scheme 'Introduction of Vocational courses at first degree level'. The college can also consider starting short-term certificate courses, which candidates can take with their regular programme. Introduction of such courses will definitely enable students to do the optimum use of time and also acquire additional skill of their interest. These course will be more popular if they are interdisplinary / multidisplinary.

The peer team is happy to note that the college could generate substantial resources through self-financing programme and by means of donations. The college does have a formal mechanism to obtain feedback from academic peers and employees on the teaching programmes.

Criterion II: Teaching-learning and Evaluation
The admission of students in the college to various courses is given on the merit basis in terms of marks earned in the qualifying examination. After the admission each department conducts periodical tests. In addition, the college also conducts tests and terminal examinations and the performance of the students is communicated to parent/guardian to get feedback. This also administers to evaluate students performance. This also provides students much needed rehearsal of final university exams.

The college prepares an academic calendar every year at the departmental level involving the faculty members. A committee is also formed to monitor unitization of the syllabus according to a teaching schedule.

The academically bright students and the students doing well in extra-curricular activities are rewarded and given incentives. However, the college may consider uplifting the standards of educationally disadvantaged and weaker students. The bridge/remedial courses may be provided to such students for which financial aids can be sought from UGC.

The traditional lecture method of teaching is supplemented with other methods like group discussion and seminars. The college has facilities such as the audio-visual gadgets like OHP, Film and Slide projector, VCD/VCR etc. These aids should be further made used optimally for teaching.

The teachers are appointed through constituted selection committee and as per the directives from the state government and the university. The college enjoys freedom to appoint temporary / ad hoc faculties and they have sufficient resources to take care of such faculties.

The teachers should be motivated to participate in seminars/symposia to improve professional skills. Further, they may consider to host seminars/symposia by seeking support from UGC and other funding agencies. This will give the faculty opportunities to interact with experts in the field and keep track with the recent developments in their field of interest. Some of the staff members have availed FIP programme of UGC for doing research.

Criterion III: Research, Consultancy and Extension
The research aptitude promotes the acquiring of advanced knowledge, improve the classroom teaching and standard of education. In this direction the faculty has to be encouraged to pursue the research programme leading to M.Phil. and Ph.D degrees for which they are given study leave under Faculty development programme. Nearly 60% of the faculties have earned research degrees and some of them are providing research guidance. It is gratifying to see that at least some of the faculty members are involved in active research and also authored books. However, there are no ongoing/completed research projects by faculties.

The peer team felt that the teachers should be encouraged to do research leading to publication in classified National/International Journals, become members of professional academic bodies, and seek funds from UGC/DST and industries for implementation of Minor/Major research projects. The college may consider forming a research cell for promoting research activity by faculty. The female faculty members should take advantage of schemes of UGC/DST available especially for women scientists.

Various extension activities in the institution are health and hygiene awareness, adult education and literacy, AIDS awareness, social work, medical camp and environment awareness.

The college should consider adapting a mechanism with a view to encouraging teachers to offer individual/institutional consultancy services in the areas of their expertise.

Criterion IV: Infrastructure and Learning Resources
The Government of Harayana has declared the Adarsh Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Bhiwani as the best college under M.D.University in the year 1999. During the last 32 years the college has expanded infrastructure facilities in the form of College Building, an Auditorium, two Girls hostels and a Canteen. The Science laboratories need attention for its expansion and modernization. The college has planned construction of a separate Library Building, Girls Common Room and an indoor sports room apart from the expansion of the existing college building. The construction of structure is carried out using UGC funds and the college resources. The campus is well and neatly maintained by the college through. There is a regular campus cleaning and tree plantation drive. The infrastructure is optimally used during daytime for academic and other activities.

The college has a central library with a stock of 24364 volumes and subscribes some national journals. The library has book bank for facility for economically backward students and meritorious students. It has a collection of audio-visual cassettes, Xerox facility and Internet facility. The library advisory committee looks after development/improvement of the library. The library should have flexible timings. It should be open on Sundays and holidays especially because the college has resident students.

The college has separate computer science department with the reasonably good computer facility. The college needs a central computer facility that would provide more time for computer time for the faculty, which in turn would promote the teaching, research and consultancy. Computers facility should be also extended to students who do not have computer science as a subject. It is gratifying to see that the working of administrative work: accounts, salary, income tax, university related work, information of students, admissions and college results are fully computerized. The college issues salary certificate to staff members every month.

The college has adequate facilities for sports/games and has planned construction of an indoor sports room. It has an athletic track. There is facility for cricket, volleyball, handball, badminton etc. Some of the students have won medals in regional and national events. The college provides incentives to outstanding sports persons by way of prizes, appreciation certificate, financial aid and sports kit at subsidized rates.

The college has two girls' hostels, equipped with modern amenities and with sports facility for indoors games that can accommodate about 130 girls. The yoga and sports classes are also held for hostellers. The peer team feels that management should take measures to expand/construct more hostels to accommodate more students. The college has extension counter of State Bank of Patiala. The college also organized book fair for the benefit of students twice in a year.

Criterion V: Student support and Progression
The general information about the college, the details of the courses offered, rules regarding the admission, facilities given to the students, college calendar and other details are published in the college prospectus every year. The college provides a number of scholarships and stipend to the meritorious students, sports persons and needy students. This is in addition to the scholarships provided by the state and central governments.

The college should take necessary measures to lower the existing drop out rate of the students appearing for the qualifying exams.

Recently, the college has started an employment cell and a placement cell which are operated by some of the teaching members who are give additional charge of these cells. The cells provide career counseling to the students. The college should provide more resources to these cells that will them to work more efficiently and student can take advantage of these cells. The women cell 'NAVJYOTI' is very active and organizes various activities and try to inculcate a sense of pride in women-hood and make them economically independent by teaching them various skills.

The college has recently started Alumni association and hopes to widen its base. A good number of the alumni are occupying important positions in various parts of the country. The college does have mechanism to attract prospective students and also to make them aware of the policies of the college for the admission.
The college has excellent record in the various sports. Some of the students excelled in Gymnastics, Cricket, Badminton Athletics etc at state/national level competitions. The College gives incentives by way of prizes, financial assistance and sports kit.

Criterion VI: Organization and Management
Twenty-one member governing body governs the college and is the body the makes the overall policy. It has representatives from teaching and non-teaching staff, a VC nominee and a DHE nominee with the principal of the college as ex-officio secretary. The governing body formulates the policies from time to time and gives clear guidelines to the principal. The principal, in coordination with management and staff, looks after day-to-day functioning of the college. Further special committees are constituted with various staff members, which take care of the curricular and extra-curricular activities.

The non-teaching staff should be oriented to work in the departments. There is need of more qualified supporting staff in the science laboratories.

The college has an efficient internal coordinating and monitoring mechanism, which enable smooth functioning of the college.

There is a special committee for preparing the academic calendar of the college.
The college is fully aided as far as salary of the regular staff and non-salary grants are concerned. The managements take care of the salary of the ad hoc staff and additional expenses.

The Government of Haryana made a provision to provide free education for girls until graduation level and hence funds are charged from students opting self finances courses. The college charges nominal fees for registration, examination, practical, sports etc.

Internal auditing system of the institution is working satisfactorily. The teaching staff has created staff association to help the academically bright & needy students. Various activities are conducted by women cell of the college. The college may also consider the programs for the skill development of the Non-teaching staff and the State Government policy with respect to promotion

The college has a working mechanism to attract prospective students and to make them aware of the policies adopted by the college for admission. The college may encourage other-state and over-seas students. They can also think of non-residence center with some basic facilities for day scholars.

The Adarsh Mahila Mahavidyalaya is found to be in the fore front in sports and games.

Criterion VII - Healthy practices
The peer team has identified few unique features, which enhance the academic ambience of the institution.

The college has adopted process for internal quality checks that are due through periodical tests and half yearly examinations.

The college has won over-all championship trophy for the excellent performances in sports three times continuously at the University level.

Overall personality development of the students is highly stressed.

Financial aid was provided for Earthquake victims in Gujarat, flood victims of Orissa and honoured Kargil war widows.

NSS unit has organized special awareness programs against the use of polythene and distributed cloth bags to residents of Ramnagar and Labour colony

The college offers vocational courses in Advertising and Sales Management for commerce students and self-financing course BCA.

UGC sponsored Sanskrit Speaking Centre.

The institution is sensitized to modern manageirial concepts. Such as strategic, planning, teamwork & computerization.

Use of audio visual aids to supplement lecture method

Financial support, from the management, to the tune of Rs, 55000/- to a staff suffering from cancer.

The computer department is providing help for administrative works.

The Management gives freedom to the Principal in organizational & administrative matters.

Decentralization of the administration through different sub committees.
Extension activities of students in rural areas.

The college has devised Subject societies to organize co-curricular programmes.

Section III:
Overall Analysis
The peer team after visiting academic & physical infrastructure and interacting with management, Principal and staff is impressed by the progress of Adarsh Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Bhiwani. The college has earned reputation for imparting quality education to women in particular from rural areas. The Peer team would like to commend it, particularly on the following aspects:

Encouragement and support given by the Management to the college.

Commitment to the development of women education in the region.

The cordial relationship that exist between various constituents of the institution.

The commitment of staff and their relationship with the students.

Maintenance and future planning of infrastructure.

Research carried out by some of the staff members.

Excellent results and meritorious achievements in the University examinations.

Several medals won by students in games & sports at State and National Level.

Declared as 'Best College' in the M.D.University by government of Haryana in the year 1999.

Various healthy practices listed earlier.

The Peer Team would like to invite attention of the college management to the following certain concerns

The formal mechanism for collecting feed back from the students may be started.

Self-appraisal and mechanism for teachers may be strengthened.

The teachers should be encouraged to participate in academic
conferences/workshops.

Staff rooms may be provided in the various departments.

The college management may consider introduction of more job-oriented UG/PG courses like Bio-technology, Environmental Science, Computer Maintenance, women studies and other relevant courses etc.

There is urgent need to construct a Library building with modern amenities.

The teachers may be encouraged to submit the research proposals to various funding agencies.

The college needs to start some remedial courses for weaker students.

The college should explore the possibilities of getting resources from alumni.

Centralized media and computer facilities can be further developed.

The welfare programs of the staff may be further strengthened.

The college should submit proposal for granting autonomous status.

More academic and research journals including Current science, Resonance etc are to be procured.

The remuneration to the ad hoc faculty may be enhanced.

The peer team feels that this exercise will enable the college to inculcate the quality sustenance as an integral part of the college activities, which will contribute to further growth and development

The peer team acknowledges the cooperation and hospitality extended to them during the visit by the College management, Principal, NAAC coordinator, staff and students.

Dr. G. Nancharaiah, Chairman

Dr. Narendra Dhakad, Member

Dr Sushant Ghosh, Member

Dr. Mrs Urmila Singla
Principal

Date : February 01, 2003

KAILASH AGGARWAL Vs STATE OF HARYANA AND OTHERS

IN THE HIGH COURT OF PUNJAB AND HARYANA AT CHANDIGARH.

C.W.P. No.9182 of 2009

Date of decision: 2.7.2009

Kailash Aggarwal. -----Petitioner
Vs.
State of Haryana and others. -----Respondents

CORAM:-
HON BLE MR JUSTICE ADARSH KUMAR GOEL
HON BLE MRS JUSTICE DAYA CHAUDHARY

Present:-
Mr. Anurag Jain, Advocate for the petitioner.

ORDER:
1. This petition seeks quashing of notice dated 13.5.2009, Annexure P-9, issued by Adarsh Mahila Maha Vidyalaya, Bhiwani to all the life members of the management of the Society, to the effect that list of life members/voters had been
completed and the members could inspect the Voters List and file their objections, if any, on or before 22.5.2009. Prayer has also been made for quashing the election schedule dated 4.6.2009, Annexure P-10 and also for a direction not to hold elections till Voters List is finalised in terms order of this Court dated 1.12.2008, Annexure P-7 and report of the Enquiry Committee dated 4.5.2007, Annexure P-4.

2. Case set out in the petition is that respondent No.5 is an aided college and its office-bearers are elected every three years. The term of three years of the earlier Governing Body expired on 14.2.2007. Though elections were scheduled to be
held twice, the same could not be held in absence of finalization of Voters list. Inquiry was conducted by the University and irregularities were found in the Voters List. Accordingly, fresh elections were ordered. Against the said order, writ petition was filed in this Court by one of the affected voters. On statement
made on behalf of the University that an Ad hoc Governing Body has been constituted and that elections will be held within six months after removing deficiencies in the Voters List. The petition was disposed of vide order dated 1.12.2008.

3. Case of the petitioner is that deficiencies in the Voters list had not yet been removed and holding of elections is illegal and contrary to the statement made in this Court.

4. We do not find any merit whatsoever in this petition.

The process of elections has already been initiated and in the notice, Annexure P-9, it has been clearly mentioned that if any person has any objection to the Voters list, he could file objections. If the petitioner had any objection, he could have filed the same.

5. Contention raised on behalf of the petitioner is that the petitioner wanted enrolment of new members, which could be done only by a regular Governing Body and not by the Ad hoc Governing Body. If this submission is to be accepted, there will never be elections. It is also well settled that merely because
Voters list could not be finalised or there are some irregularities in the list, cannot be a ground to indefinitely stop the elections. A petition filed to stall election cannot be entertained. Reference may be made to judgment of the Hon ble Supreme Court in Lakshmi Charan Sen and others v. A.K. M. Hassan Uzzaman and others AIR 1985 SC 1233.

6. Accordingly, this petition is dismissed.

(ADARSH KUMAR GOEL)
JUDGE

( DAYA CHAUDHARY )
JUDGE

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