Home > Jharkhand > Degree > Ranchi > Marwari College
Marwari College, Ranchi, Jharkhand
Marwari College, Ranchi, Jharkhand
Marwari College, Ranchi Jharkhand is a recognised institute / college.
Principal of Marwari College, Ranchi Jharkhand is Dr. Ranjit Singh Mobile 9431114453.
Marwari College, Ranchi Jharkhand is situated in Ranchi of Jharkhand state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Website of Marwari College, Ranchi Jharkhand is http://www.marwari-college.org/.
CoursesMarwari College, Ranchi Jharkhand runs course(s) in Arts Commerce Science stream(s).
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.)
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)
Master of Commerce (M.Com.)
Vocational Courses Degree Level:-
Add-on-Courses Degree Level:-
Advertising Sales Promotion and Sales Management
Data Care Management
Health Care and Beauty Science
Approval details: Marwari College is affiliated with Ranchi University, Ranchi
Profile of Marwari CollegeMarwari College, Ranchi was established in 1963 by Marwari Shiksha Trust entrusted with the task of promoting educational institutions in the state of Jharkhand. It has established several educational Institutions in and around Ranchi. The First President of the Marwari College Governing Body was Late Sri Ganga Prasad Budhia. Womens Section was started in 1968 for Girls students. College famous for Commerce teaching in East Zone of the Country. Apart from the graduate courses in almost all subjects, the college also offers P.G. teaching in Commerce. This was started in 1997. At the Intermediate and Graduation level this college imparts education in all the three Faculties - Science, Arts and Commerce with Honours.
Media coverage of Marwari College, Ranchi Jharkhand, Jharkhand
NAAC report of Marwari CollegeSECTION I : INTRODUCTION
Marwari College, a constituent unit of Ranchi University, Ranchi, was established in the year 1963 by Marwari Shiksha Trust with the objective of imparting higher education among the Adivasi and general people of the State. It teaches both boys and girls upto Honours level in Arts, Science and Commerce faculties and M.Com at PG level. In the beginning the College was working in the building of Marwari High School, Ranchi. The Women's section of the College was started in the year 1968 for girls education and classes for girls used to be held in the morning shift in the same building. The college received a building grant from UGC in 1973 and the new building main section was completed in 1974. The College was recognized under 2(f) by UGC in the year 1968.
Marwari College, Ranchi volunteered to be assessed by the NAAC and submitted the Self Study Report to the Council in December 2003. A peer team consisting of Dr. Sushila Kaushik, Professor (Retd.), Department of Political Science, Delhi University, Delhi, Dr. Radhika Raman Sahay, Former Dean, Faculties of Humanities and Social Sciences and Director of Distance Education, Patna University as member and Dr. M. D. P. Rao, Principal, Khallikote Autonomous College, Berhampur, Ganam, Orissa as a member coordinator was constituted by the NAAC to visit the institution and validate the Self Study Report. The team visited the institution on 31st March and 1st April 2004.
The peer team carefully perused the Self Study Report submitted by the institution. During the visit, the team verified all the relevant documents, visited the departments and various support services available in the institution. The team also interacted with the Principal, faculty members, students, technical and non-teaching staff, alumini and parents. The Team also visited academic, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities, sports activities and extension facilities of the College.
The College covering an area of 5 acres is located in the capital town (Ranchi) of Jharkhand State. The College has two sections, the boys and the girls section, though in the Post Gragraduate and self financing courses, it is coeducational. The college has 9291 (boys 5440 and girls 3851) students including self financing courses, 84 faculty members and 107 non-teaching staff. The drop-out rate of the students is 10% and success rate is 84.97%. The funding agencies of the College are UGC and State Government. There are a total of 24 Departments in the College which offer UG programme in the faculty of Arts, Science and Commerce and One PG programme in the Faculty of Commerce. The College offers five courses under self financing scheme. The following support services are available in the College : four libraries, central computer centre, health services, sports facilities, canteen and grivance redressal cell.
The College functions from two campuses, out of which one is exclusively for girls. It mainly has undergraduate courses. It has a separate library, junior administrative staff for admission and examination purposes, and functions under the overall supervision of a Professor-in-Charge. The self financing course in Fashion Designing and the Marshal Art are located here.
The other campus, while accommodating the boys in general, also has girl students in the PG and self financing courses. The library and sports facilities and NCC and NSS operate from this campus and can be availed by students of both campuses.
BASIC PROFILE DATA
Teachers' Strength :
There are 84 permanent teachers out of which 38 are female. They are helped by 5 part time teachers. The members of permanent teachers with Ph.D. degree are 57. Out of them female teachers with Ph.D. degree are 25. One female teacher has a M.Phil. degree. The remaining teachers are PG degree holders. Out of 5 part time teachers 3 are Ph.D. degree holders and remaining two are PG degree holders.
Teachers' Achievements :
Among the teachers six received national and three received international recognition. Eight teachers attended international seminars while six teachers acted as resource persons at the national seminar.
Students' Strength :
The number of students enrolled during current session at the UG level is 5107 boys and 3721 girls. At the PG level 133 boys and 60 girls are admitted. In the self financing courses there are 297 boys and 89 girls, in the year 2003-2004 of this 14 girls belong to Fashion Designing.
Non-teaching and Technical Staff :
The College has 107 non-teaching staff and technical staff of which 23 are female.
Faculties and Departments :
There are 24 departments in the College in three faculties. i.e. Arts, Science and Commerce.
Faculty of Arts : Hindi, English, Bengali, Urdu, Sanskrit, Philosophy, History, Political Science, Economics, Geography, Psychology, Home Science and Tribal Regional Languages. Total 13.
Faculty of Science : Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Botany and Zoology. Total 05.
Faculty of Commerce : Commerce. Total 01.
Departments under Self Financing Course : Biotechnology, Computer Application, Computer Maintenance, Information Technology and Fashion Designing. Total 05.
The College has four libraries of which three are located in the boys section. The library works for 247 days in the year, and for eight hours daily. The libraries have a total of 81909 books and 14 journals; of these 2 are international periodicals.
Other Details :
Working days of the College - 247
Teaching days of the College - 200
Total number of computer sets in the College - 58
Keeping it view the criteria identified by the NAAC and based on the above exercise, the peer team made an evaluation. Following the assessment of the College done under various criteria, the commendable features as well as the issues of concern that emerged are given below :
SECTION II : CRITERION-WISE ANALYSIS
CRITERION I :CURRICULAR ASPECTS
The institution adopts educational goals as proposed by the UGC and accepted by the Ranchi University, Ranchi. Being a constituent unit of Ranchi University, the College follows the syllabi prescribed by the University for Arts, Science and Commerce at UG level and Commerce at PG level. The College offers three programmes at UG level, i.e., Arts, Science and Commerce and one programme at PG level, i.e., Commerce. In addition the college offers the following five courses under self financing scheme : BCA, BCM, Biotechnology, IT, and Fashion Designing. The Faculty of Arts provides for the teaching of the following 13 subjects : Hindi, English, Bengali, , Urdu, Sanskrit, Philosophy, History, Political Science, Economics, Geography, Psychology, Home Science, Tribal and Regional Languages. The Faculty of Science provides the teaching of the following 5 subjects : Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Botany and Zoology. The faculty of Commerce provides both UG and PG teaching in Commerce.Most of the programmes are conventional in nature.
The College is represented at the Board of Studies by senior faculty members. Their involvement helps the institution in bringing necessary changes in the syllabus as and when needed. Senior faculty members of the college play a vital role in updating the syllabi and making them more relevant to the society and industry.
The College conducts seminars and workshops by inviting eminent scholars in the field. Although there is no provision for assessing student's knowledge and skill for any programme after admission, the regular course content is enriched by the faculty members through classroom discussion, seminars, project work and by arranging tutorial classes as planned in the Departmental Council Meeting.
The college has a General Studies Paper which is based on value education and taught compulsorily at the third year of the under graduate courses. The College has also organised a national Seminar. An UGC sponsored national Seminar on 'Child Labour' was organised by the Department of Commerce.
CRITERION II : TEACHING, LEARNING AND EVALUATION
In most of the courses students are admitted on the basis of their academic record and as per regulations framed by the University. Admission is done strictly in accordance with the policy of reservation of Government of Jharkhand, being a tribal dominated State. Remedial coaching is not offered at the early stage of admission, but the institution arranges tutorial classes, group discussion, quiz competition etc for the benefit of the students. The college also supplements the lecture method by audio visual system, using overhead projector, slide projector and LCD projector. The College encourages the faculty members to make an effective teaching plan after discussion in the Department Council Meeting. The syllabi is unitized according to the annual system of teaching. Mid-term tests, terminal examination and model examinations are conducted accordingly. Methodology of evaluation and pattern of examinations are communicated to the students at the begining of the session through notice-board or by personal communication in the class-room by the teachers.
The college encourages faculty members to participate in national and international seminars, conferences and workshops. As a result, 55 faculty members participated at the national level seminars/workshop/conferences and ten members as resource persons in the last two years. As many as 5 teachers participated at the international level, with and 4 of them as resource persons. The teachers are also encouraged to participate in the refresher and orientation programmes and avail the faculty improvement programme of the UGC. There is no institutional mechanism as such for appraisal by faculty. However, teachers follow their own method for professional development and self evaluation to identify their strengths and weeknesses.
The institution is governed by rules and regulations of Jharkhand Government for the recruitment of faculty members. It is done through University or State Service Commission by advertising the vacant posts. Some of the departments are having acute shortage of hands. The departments of vocational courses are being run by guest faculties only.
In the Self financing courses, and there is a feedback mechanism. If a student complain against any teachers, the concerned teacher is replaced.
The students are encouraged to participate in different extra-curricular and creative activities, eg. sports, games, cultural activities, quiz contest etc. The advance learners are supported with free education, books, special identity card etc.
CRITERION III : RESEARCH, CONSULTANCY AND EXTENSION
Two faculty members of the College are D.Litt. degree holders while a good number of them are Ph.D. degree holders. Some of them are in the process of their Ph.D. registration. A few teachers have experience of guiding research as supervisors for Ph.D. degree. Many of them have to their credit the publication of books and research papers in different journals. 20 percent of teachers are engaged in research. The college authorities should encourage other faculty members to take up research projects and consultancy programmes which will not only enrich the faculty but also be of great help to students. A few departments have received UGC grants for minor research projects. 18 such projects amounting to a total grants of 12 lakhs, are currently in progress. The college encourages the teachers by supporting them with study leave, providing them seed money and adjusting the teaching schedule. The college should make efforts to obtain more grants from UGC and other funding agencies for research projects which will in turn strengthen the teaching programme.
The teachers and students of the college are engaged in various extension activities like community development, medical and blood donation camps, AIDS awareness, health and hygiene awareness, environmental awareness etc.
The college encourages such activities by instituting awards, certificates and medals. It also provides the teachers with TA and DA for such activities. The teachers also link themselves with NGOs, industries and Government Departments.
CRITERION IV : INFRASTRUCTURE AND LEARNING RESOURCES
The college has a campus area of 5 acres and it meets its needs through funds from State Government, Ranchi University and aid from UGC. The infrastructure is maintained by the Building Committee with the funds received from the Government.
The infrastructure is put to optimal use by hosting IGNOU study centre and by allowing a number of competetive examinations of State and Central governments to be conducted in this college. The space is also optimally used by staggering teaching from 07:45 AM to 04:30 PM.
The college library functions under the supervision of an Advisory Committee. The library has 81909 books and subscribes, 14 journals. The library works for 247 days in the year. One library in the boys section is fully computerised and works for 8 hours a day. Repographic facilities, audio video cassettes and internet facilities are available in the library. The library also operates a book bank.
Central computer facility exists in the College and the centre operates 8 hours a day on working days and 4 hours on holidays. Teachers and students can avail the computer facility. Beside the computer centre, 5 departments have computers of their own and 15 packages have been developed in various subjects during the last three years.
Though the college does not have a health centre, the University doctor provides health services to the students, members of teaching and non-teaching staff of the College.
The College also has a Ranchi University Centre for Vocational Courses [Monitoring Cell] which acts as central monitoring Cell for all the vocational courses run by various colleges in the University. It conducts admission, runs the examinations and monitors the observance of rules and regulations.
The College has facilities for physical education with a full time PTI and sports incharge from among the teachers. In 2003 the college organised Inter College Athletic Meet. 25 students participated in the volley ball championship at State level, 12 participated at regional level and 5 participated at national level and won medals in various events. Blazers, track suits, certificates and medals were given to the successful players.
The College has two units of NCC as well as NSS. The activities of NCC are worth mentioning. It has organised blood donation camps and awareness camps. Two of the cadets had participated in the Republic Day Parade at New Delhi and one cadet received the Sahara award of Rs. 15,000.00.
The College does not have hostel facility, because of which students are compelled to stay in private accommodation. No housing facility is available for teachers and no common rooms, departmental rooms are available for students and teachers.
The institute has adequate physical facilities to run the educational programmes and administrative functions efficiently and the growth of the infrastructure keeps pace with the academic growth of the institution. The laboratories are well equipped and maintained.
CRITERION V : STUDENT SUPPORT AND PROGRESSION
The college published its updated prospectus every year. It contains the details about the courses, rules and regulations of the admission, the details of the fee structure, the availability of scholarships and various services available in the college campus. It is quite a comprehensive document and enlightens every student of the rules and regulations of the College during their studies.
In the admission of students, the college has closely followed the norms of the State Government and the University. S.C., S.T. and BC I have been admitted according to the quota.
The College has also admitted a few handicapped and disabled students. There are 1400 students from other States in UG level while in self financing courses 68 are from other States. The percentage of students appearing for the examination is 90% and success rate is 82%. The progression to higher education is 90% while the progression to employment is 20% to 25%. Six students have qualified in the UGC - CSIR, [NET] examination while 82 have passed the Civil Services examination. This is quite laudable.
There is provision of financial aid in the form of several scholarships. Atleast 1100 students received scholarship in the year 2002-2003. However one does not know the break up by way of gender.
The College has an Employment Cell with a placement officer. However the activities of the cell need to be improved. There is Women's Cell to look into women's issues. They conduct a Marshal Art programme.
An alumini association has been started recently and it is yet to pick up its activities for the development of the college.
The college provides many recreational and leisure time facilities like indoor games, cultural programmes, students magazines, audio video facilities etc.
CRITERION VI : ORGANISATION AND MANAGEMENT
The Marwari College being a constituent unit of Ranchi University does not have a separate governing body. The Principal has constituted different committees consisting of staff members who advise the Principal in the day to day administration.
There are no changes in the fee structure during the last three years. The college receives its grants in aid from the State Government and mobilises addtional revenues through self financing courses and by conducting IGNOU and other competitive examinations.
During the last two years the college has had a balanced budget. However the expenditure on various items seems to be less than the budget provided for. Obviously the college has not been able to avail its own resources. There is an internal audit mechanism. All the major purchases of the college are monitored through the Purchase Committee.
The college has a Grievance Redressal Cell and it is monitored by a committee constituted by the Principal. The work efficency of non-teaching staff is checked by a committee constituted for the purpose. However, the college does not conduct any professional development programmes for non teaching staff.
The college assists in getting loans to the staff from different funding agencies. The College has a branch of Canara Bank.
CRITERION VII : HEALTHY PRACTICES
The college is sensitised to latest managerial concepts such as strategic planning, team work, decision making and computerisation.
The college strengthens its regular programmes through complementry programmes like self financing courses and academic programmes through IGNOU. A discount of Rs. 500.00 in the fee is provided for ST, SC and BC I students in these courses.
The college has introduced dual degree/diploma facility.
The college imparts value based education through a compulsory paper in general study.
The college inculcates civic responsibilities by organising cultural programmes, guest lectures and seminars.
The college organises a NSS, NCC camps to bring in community orientation.
The college has prepared three websites one of which is specially for all professional courses running under Ranchi University, Ranchi.
The college has computerized the Library system.
Central Server computer facility with access to teachers and students exists in the College.
The number of tribal students exceed the quota fixed by the Government. This is in accordance with the mission and goal of the College.
The proportion of the girls both in general and tribal categories comes close to the proportion of the boys.
The girl students are given training in Marshal Arts towards their self defence. There is a Women's Cell in the girls section.
The girls are also provided with a course in Fashion Designing which will help them in self employment and job seeking.
The College has developed a demonstration CD on its History and activities. This has been brought out by a college team and produced by a college teacher.
SECTION III : OVER ALL ANALYSIS
The Marwari College of Ranchi catering to the higher education and professional advancement to a student population of more than 9000 was coming close to its avowed aim. Its co-educational status and pursuit of vocational courses particularly for girls of the State in a cordial and peaceful environment, have left a positive image in the society and academic circles.
The Peer Team during its interaction with parents and alumini has noted with oppreciation, the positive social propectives the institution enjoys. It is evident that the college has been striving to achieve its in started mission and objectives.
Even while the college is expanding in its functions and getting more modernised in the teaching and learning process, a few qualitative suggestions may be offered for further improvement in the pursuit of keeping abreast of developments and achieving excellence.
In view of the socio economic backwardness of the State and to help out future employment of tribal and Schedule Castes boys and girls, the College needs to provide freeship and scholorships in the vocational courses. This may be raised by aching the local social work agencies like Lions Club and Rotary Club as well as the industrialists and public sectors. Undertakings who need to perform their social reponsibilities.
This will also helps to fill up the reservation quota in the vocational courses.
In view of the large number of boys and girls who emerge successfully from five very useful vocational courses which can assure them of jobs, the college needs to activate its employment cell and undertake state placement. This will also strengthen and sustain the professional courses.
The College with its excellent teaching community, many of whom are D.Litt. and Ph.D. holders and have pursued research and have publications, need to go for PG programmes in selective subjects. This will particularly help the undergraduate girl students who may find it difficult to move out of the city.
Almost all the teachers are handling more than their load of classes. This will reflect on their efficiency and continuing research activity. Efforts should be made to fill up the vacant posts and hire more temporary teachers, preferably from younger age group.
This will also help in bringing down the average age of teachers, and update the knowledge and skills in the college.
The college, for better utilisation of teachers' potentials and their comforts, provide for a departmental room for teachers in all the departments.
The college needs to provide more welfare schemes for the teachers and non-teaching staff, by way of housing, housing loans, loans against provident fund etc. It should provide for scooter stands.
It should seek to expedite the retirement benefits payments.
The College needs to put its grievance Cell in place and strengthen it.
The women's Cell needs to be strengthened and encouraged to pursue its aims. It needs a place for its activities, and an advisory committee to help it plan its activities. The Women's cell should link itself with local NGOs, government departments and international agencies. It should become more active among women teachers and students of both the campuses, by its social awareness activities, extension and research.
The libraries should have a method of weeding out old collections so as to give space to new books with latest knowledge.
The libraries should provide separate place and furniture for the teachers to spend their free time. At present only one (the latest) library has this facility.
There should be a separate common room for women teachers, with attached or separate toilets in each floor.
The college should seek play grounds in both the campuses. The available empty space within the campus or in the neighbourhood should be utilised as sports field.
The college should provide for both indoor and outdoor sports for girls.
The college should provide for separate common room for girls, especially in the boys section preferably near where the girls toilets are located.
The College management should try to get hostel accommodation for its students, starting with a girls hostel. It should explore all possible sources of finance, including the welfare department of government, the MLA local development funds, Lions and Rotary Clubs etc. This will provide protect the girls social security, and their stay in private hostels, besides providing a wholesome environment.
The college should start and upgrade its alumini lists. It should seek devotions for its developmental and extension activities from resourceful alumini.
Amenities like potable drinking water for students, water in the toilets need more attention. With nearly a population of 19000 (including the I.Sc. students, IGNOU students and teachers and non-teaching staff) the college has to pay due attention to such daily needs and maintenance of amenities.
The girls section need more attention. Its teachers and staff should be more closely integrated with the other section, which is the main centre of administration, teaching, and extra curricular activities. Its rooms need better upkeeping. The library and toilets need to be looked into.
Its open space need to be maintained and utilised better, by providing green cover and beautification. At present it looks marginalised and forlorn . It should have more amenities, better maintenance and conducive environment. It look barren and barren and open.
The Principal may visit the girls' campus more often and sort out the problems of girls and women teachers, besides giving them a sense of belonging to the college. At present it looks like another college, but without an identity. It should be provided with a canteen and students' store. The students should be involved in running them.
The NCC girls unit needs little more attention and practice; seem to lack self confidence.
The Department of Botany should develop its botanical garden which will help them in getting specimens necessary for their practical work.
Being located in the industrial belt of the State of Jharkhand, the college can very well take up the consultancy services in the industrial and other sectors. Competent faculty members should be encouraged to offer consultancy which will not only enrich the faculty but will be of great help to the students as well.
Keeping in view the ideal location of the College, linkages with the industries and co-operatives around would be helpful for the institution to strengthen the practical aspect of the curriculam for the benefit of the students. It would be advisable if the College plans to enrich the courses to meet the local needs by conducting a few more skill oriented programmes as well as some socially relevant courses in the context of Jharkhand such as tribal welfare, administration, forestry and environment and status of tribal women. This will also be in accordance with the goals of the College.
The members of the Peer Team would like to place on record their sincere thanks to the Principal, Faculty, Non-teaching staff, students, parents of the students and alumini, for the support and assistance during the visit of NAAC Peer Team.
Dr. Susheela Kaushik
Dr. Radhika Raman Sahay
Prof. M. D. P. Rao
Lack of canteens irks college studentsRANCHI: A canteen is the most crucial part of a students life on the campus as it is here that he makes friends, hangs out for hours biting into piping hot samosas and shares the juiciest of gossips. However, many students in the capital are missing out on this important aspect of college life as many institutions do not have canteen facilities. As a result, students have to scout the neighbourhood for bites.
We have to go out and eat when we are hungry as there is no canteen in the college. There is a temporary arrangement for serving tea but the idea does not appeal to us, said Pragati, a student of Womens College science block.
This college has more than 12,000 students and yet the administration is not making arrangements for their refreshments. Shanaya, a student of the college, said, We have been demanding a canteen for a long time. Even if one does come up in the near future, I wont be able to enjoy canteen life as such because I am in my final year.
Principal Zeenat Kausar said, We have plans for a canteen. The work will start as soon as we get funds from UGC.
Similar is the condition of other colleges. The Marwari College has more than 14,000 students and yet students have to go out looking for food during break. There are even instances of students falling ill after eating roadside food. Two of my friends fell ill after eating chaat from a thelawallah outside the college. We have no option but to gorge on junk food. Even if we bring tiffin where do we eat? Is it possible to eat in front of everyone in the classroom? asked Zeba, a student of Marwari College.
Theres another problem of going out to eat. Girl students become easy targets of roadside Romeos, who wait outside the gate to tease these youngsters. They are aware of our lunch timings and harass us. Sometimes they tug at our dupattas and even slap us on the back! said Sandhya, a student of Womens College.
Other colleges which do not have canteens are Doranda College, S S Memorial College and J N College. The president of the Jharkhand Students Union, S Ali, said, We have been demanding canteens in colleges for a long time but the Ranchi University administration has not been taking our demand seriously. They are least bothered.
Ranchi: Vocational courses hold out hope for manyRANCHI: There was a time when Jharkhand students had to migrate to other states for pursuing higher studies at undergraduate level. Now that Ranchi University has introduced new vocational and add-on courses in its colleges, students can avail quality education in their state.
The vocational courses usually give on-the-job training and one can enroll into these courses after completing his intermediate. This semester, we will introduce new vocational courses like PG diploma in journalism, TV and video production and functional Urdu and Persian, said Ranchi University vice-chancellor L N Bhagat. Courses like BCA, BBA, fashion designing have also been introduced in many colleges at the undergraduate level. Admission to these courses is usually based on ones performance in entrance tests. Manju Sinha, the principal of Marwari College said, We impart vocational training in subjects including biotechnology, IT, computer maintenance, insurance and human rights and we will conduct entrance tests for admission to these courses.
Students from Bihar and Chhattisgarh are also planning to apply for the vocational courses in Ranchi colleges. Ritika Verma, a student from Bihar said, I am planning to apply in Ranchi Womens College and Marwari College for three-year vocational course in fashion designing as I have heard about the quality education here.
Bhagat said, Besides putting an end to this trend of migration, we would also make efforts to attract students from other states as every college in the city offers quality vocational or add on courses.
Among the vocational courses, computer application and information technology are highly in demand, followed by BBA and fashion designing courses, available in four colleges of the city.
Summary: Marwari College, Ranchi Jharkhand website, mobile, contact address and approval / recognition details.