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Tecnia Institute of Advanced Studies (TIAS), New Delhi, Delhi
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3 PSP Institutional Area, Madhuban Chowk, Rohini
New Delhi (District New Delhi)
Delhi, India
Pin Code : 110085


Tecnia Institute of Advanced Studies (TIAS), New Delhi Delhi is a recognised institute / college. Tecnia Institute of Advanced Studies (TIAS), New Delhi Delhi was established on / in 1998.


Principal of Tecnia Institute of Advanced Studies (TIAS), New Delhi Delhi is A.K. Srivastava.

Tecnia Institute of Advanced Studies (TIAS) is situated in New Delhi of Delhi state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. New Delhi comes under New Delhi Tehsil, New Delhi District.

Fax # of Tecnia Institute of Advanced Studies (TIAS), New Delhi Delhi is +91-11-27555120.

Contact Person(s) of the Tecnia Institute of Advanced Studies (TIAS), New Delhi Delhi is (are): Director Awadesh Srivastava +91-9811542843.

email ID(s) is Tecnia Institute of Advanced Studies (TIAS) New Delhi Delhi

Website of Tecnia Institute of Advanced Studies (TIAS), New Delhi Delhi is http://www.tecnia.in/.

Chairman : RK Gupta.

Contact Details of Tecnia Institute of Advanced Studies (TIAS), New Delhi Delhi are : Telephone: +91-11-27555121 to 124

The Institute management probably is totally ignorant about its online presence on internet. Following websites created by this organisation are not opening up, instead these sites are showiing third-party advertisements only:
www.tiasindia.org
tecniaindia.com
tecniaindia.org
www.tecniamba.org

On 14.05.2011, telephone call was made thrice at the official number of the organisation to confirm the details. Everytime apparatus announced 'Wait for the Operator', but the operator never came. The institute is totall ignorant about its communication systems. email ids : info@tiasindia.org, info@tecniaindia.org, director@tecniaindia.org are not working.

This college had a branch office at F-19/14, Sector 8, Rohini. The office is functioning there, but as an independent campus of another institute of this group, not as a branch office of this college.

Head office of this college
A-53 Prashant Vihar ,Rohini Sector 14, Delhi-110085
Mobile No. 98910 63333 (Sandeep Verma) 011-47621152


Other colleges of Tecnia Group of Institutions, Delhi
Tecnia Institute of Higher Studies, New Delhi
TECNIA INSTITUTE FOR TEACHER EDUCATION, New Delhi
Tecnia Institute of Art and Design, Delhi
Tecnia Institute of Applied Studies, Delhi


Courses

Tecnia Institute of Advanced Studies (TIAS), New Delhi Delhi runs course(s) in Computer Applications, Business Management stream(s).
BBA 3 yrs 60
BBA
(Second shift)
3 yrs 60
BJMC 3 yrs 60
BJMC
(Second Shift)
3 yrs 60
MBA 2 yrs. 60
MCA 3 yrs 60
MBA (PT) 3 yrs 60

Approval details: Tecnia Institute of Advanced Studies (TIAS) is affiliated with Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University GGSIP, New Delhi (Delhi)

Profile of Tecnia Institute of Advanced Studies (TIAS)

Tecnia Institute of Advanced Studies (TIAS) one of the premier institute set up under the aegis of the Health and Education Society (Regd), is approved by All India Council for Technical Education, Min. of HRD, Govt. of India and is affiliated to Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi. The Institute is housed in Ultra Modern Spacious Building of about 4502 Sq m in the Heart of Delhi Metro. It is very well connected with Airport, Railways, Metro Railway and Mass Rapid Transport System at Madhuban Chowk, Rohini, Delhi. The Institute is ISO 9001:2000 certified in recognition of its well established systems, procedures and for imparting quality education. It has been ranked A Category by AIMA/Business Standard A Rated by Business India; Amongst Top 100 B-School in India by Dalal Street.

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NAAC report of Tecnia Institute of Advanced Studies (TIAS)

Section I - Introduction
Government College, Barwala, Dist. Panchkula, affiliated to Kurukshetra University has volunteered to undergo the process of assessment and accreditation by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), Bangalore, as it believed that this was a step towards search for excellence in academic field. The College submitted its Self Study Report in 2002. The NAAC constituted a Peer Team to visit the college and validate the Self Study Report. The team consisted of Prof. Vijay Kohle, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, University of Mumbai, Mumbai (Chairman), Prof. Rekha Chowdhary, Department of Political Science, University of Jammu (member). The team visited Govt. College, Barwala from February 10-11, 2003.

Situated in the rural area of Barwala with a population of approximately ten thousand people, in Panchkula district of Haryana, this College was established in 1993 with the purpose of providing higher education to students of the area, particularly the girls who had to go far off places earlier for College education. To begin with, the College was functioning in the four rooms of the Primary School building so it had only one faculty, the Arts Faculty with subjects like Hindi, English, Sanskrit, History, Political Science and Economics. In 1994, the Faculty of Commerce was also started and the subject of Mathematics was also added. Later on, in 1998, the College got few more rooms. The College is yet to acquire its own physical infrastructure. However, the process of acquiring land for the College is already on and by the time the NAAC finalises its report, it would have acquired land of nine acres in the vicinity of the area where the College is situated at present. This fact was confirmed by the Sarpanch of the area concerned. The College is yet to receive recognition under sections of 2(f) and 12 (b) of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956.

The College, at present offers under-graduate programmes in the Faculties of Arts and Commerce, The student enrolment in UG courses is 340, of which 210 are boys and 130 are girls. Of the total students, 36 belong to the SC category whereas 70 are from Backward categories. The College has 13 permanent teachers, 01 technical and 02 administrative personnel.

The Peer team had extensive interaction and discussion with the Principal, Faculty members, the students, Parents, alumni and the non-teaching staff. All the relevant documents and the files pertaining to various aspects of the functioning of the College were examined to get an insight into the functioning of the Institution, its aspirations, its accomplishments, constraints and potentials. The peer team also visited all the departments, and the support facilities and had extensive discussions with the staff and the students. Based on this exercise and keeping in mind the various criteria evolved by the NAAC, the assessment of the Peer team about the performance and the standing of the College is presented below.

Section II : Criterion -wise Analysis
Criterion I : Curricular Aspects
The College offers teaching programmes at undergraduate level in two faculties. In tune with the system operating in Govt. colleges in State of Haryana a range of subjects are taught in Faculties of Arts and Commerce. The College, being one of the new UG colleges in the State, has still to expand its option of subjects. As and when the College is able to acquire land and construct its own building, hopefully, it will also introduce other subjects. The institution has taken the initiative of exposing its students to the computer education. Already there is an arrangement with Tata Infotech according to which the students can have the computer training up to second level within the college campus itself.

As an affiliated College, the College has a limited role in designing the curricula. Even so, it was heartening to note that some of the College teachers were concerned about the state of curricula and were interested in suggesting some changes in the existing syllabi of their concerned subjects. It was also noted that there exists a system of the students feed back. The College has a good linkage with the community and it has actively involved the parents, the local panchayat and area leaders. As it is located in the rural area, it does not have linkage with the industry.

Criterion II : Teaching, Learning and Evaluation
The students are selected for admission on their academic record in the qualifying examinations and through the interview. The College has a provision for providing remedial coaching classes for weaker students, students belonging to backward and minority communities. Formal remedial teaching for weaker students, particularly in language/ communication skills may be organised.

The meritorious and needy students are being assisted and encouraged through the award of prizes/ scholarships including the Red Cross fund, the Students Aid Fund, the R.K. Radhakrishnan Scholarships, Scholarships for Minorities from Higher Education Commissioner, etc. Besides these there are the usual scholarships for the SC/BC students offered by the Government of India.

The College follows the teaching routine as per the formal requirement of the State government and the University of Kurukshetra. Thus, a comprehensive formal plan of teaching is made in the beginning of the session. There is also the process of the continuous assessment of the students as per the University regulations and covers the courses of study in three house tests. The syllabi are unitized according to the schedule. However, there is a need for further evolving a formal monitoring mechanism for the review of the schedule. This would help in better planning and execution of the teaching activities.

The Class room teaching is generally based on class-room lecture-mode. This needs to be supplemented by appropriate use of electronic devices. The College does not have any audiovisual or teaching aid facility. The Internet facility exists but it is still to be made available to the students. The use of such devices and facilities would enhance the teaching-learning efficiency.

The teachers are fairly well qualified. There are 13 permanent teachers - 03 are Ph.D., 04 are M.Phil. while three teachers are pursuing the Ph.D. The teachers are recruited through the Haryana Public Service Commission. The College follows a self appraisal method (ACR) to evaluate the performance of the faculty. The College should introduce the method of student evaluation of teachers which will help them to improve their performance. The teachers are attending refresher /orientation courses which is a mandatory requirement for career enhancement.

The evaluation system is characterised by the conduct of annual examinations of the University. The surprise tests are also conducted by the College. The rigour and efficiency of teaching-learning is evident in the good result of the students. For instance, the result of B.Com. in both 2000-2001 and 2001-2002 was 100% percent. The B.A. result was 97% in 2000-2001 and 92% in 2001-2002.

Criterion III : Research, Consultancy and Extension
This new undergraduate College has its own constraints in respect of research. In the absence of recognition as research guides and or of Ph.D. scholars to work with, the research effort of the faculty becomes more challenging. However, some of the teachers are pursuing their own research at Ph.D level and there is also research potential for the others who have already acquired the Ph. D. This may signify the need for giving inducement /patronage. There are no research projects in the College.

Although the College does not have any formal expertise available for consultancy services, nevertheless the teachers are providing counseling to the students about their future educational and career prospects. The College has linkages for the purposes of resource generation with the local trading community, bank establishments and the local business, but it has still to establish academic linkages.

The extension activities of the College are mainly carried out through NSS. The single unit of 100 NSS volunteers has done a commendable job not only in the context of community development but also in the development of the physical infrastructure of the College. They have, for instance, constructed the pathways, the walls and a store of the College. They are also involved in the maintenance of the building and other infrastructure of the College. Two commendable aspects of the college in the context of its extension activities are: firstly its relationship with the community and secondly its ability to generate resources. The Committee was happy to find that the faculty of the College was successful in involving the community in the overall development of the College - right from the process of acquiring land for the College to the development of the infrastructure. Among the people involved in this process include, the Sarpanch, the doctor of local dispensary, the local bank, the traders, the outgoing students and the local administration. Inspite of being a government College and the limitation it has, the Principal and the faculty have been able to successful in generating fund for its various activities, specifically for rewarding its students excelling in sports and academics.

The College has three active subject societies - the literary society, the Arts society and the Commerce society. Through these subject societies/associations, the College organizes several events leading to the overall development of the students and in evolving a competitive as well as managerial spirit among them. Though the College does not have Urdu as a language, there is also involvement of the students in an Urdu Society.

Criterion IV : Infrastructure and Learning Resources
The College has been successful in negotiating for acquiring 9 acres of land and it is expected that it will be shifted to its own building in about two years' time. At present it is housed in the primary school building exclusively allotted to it and has adequate accommodation for running the Arts and Commerce courses. However, the facilities such as playgrounds are shared with the adjoining Government school. Though the College does not qualify to get grants from UGC but it has persuaded and succeeded in getting sufficient grants released from the State government, from time to time. They have also been effectively utilizing these grants. The involvement of the outgoing students and the community in development of infrastructure is worth mentioning here. The outgoing students have set a tradition of contributing to the development of the infrastructure through material resources. This includes the infrastructure for water-cooler and the building material, etc.

The College has a small but well-maintained library with 2047 books. It is optimally used both by the students and the staff.

The language faculty is experimenting with the proper usage of the language in various ways including the use of the electronic devices and the recital exercises. Exposure is provided to the students through educational tours, inter-college competitions, and activities of the subject societies. The students are exposed to computer skills on self-financing basis through the Tata Infotech Centre established within the College as per the MOU signed by the Government with the firm. However, the facilities provided by the firm are not sufficient and up to the mark. Government may need to look into the matter and take it up at the appropriate level. With as many as 100 out of 356 students enrolled in the Centre and paying Rs.140/- per month each (for SC/BC students Rs.70/- per month), the firm should have improved the facilities and provided better and more number of systems. The students have expressed their desire to learn the skills but for the inadequate facilities.

Criterion V : Student Support and Progression
The College annually publishes an updated prospectus which contains information on admissions, house tests, fee structure, concessions, student aid, reservations in admissions, relaxation in eligibility criteria, information on prizes and scholarships etc. The initiative of the College in forming self-help groups and involving the students in various activities like - maintenance of the buildings and of the campus, spread of awareness about the latest events and the job opportunities by displaying various newspaper clippings on the specific notice board - not only helps the students in recognizing their potential but also creates awareness about the available opportunities.

Teachers participate in academic and personal counseling of the students. The college magazine 'Vedantika' provides a platform for articulation and expression of creative ideas of both the teachers and the students. There is a Physical Education teacher who is actively involved in motivating and training students for participation in various events. Under his able guidance, students of the college has excelled in sports, with one of them even getting a state level recognition in boxing.

Though College does not have a formal alumni association, it is noteworthy that the outgoing students and the alumni have a strong bond with the college and voluntarily participated and contributed for the various developmental activities of the College. The bold example of this is the construction of the stage for the College by the out-going students. However, if the alumni association is formalized, the help provided may work out to be systematic and sustainable approach.

Criterion VI : Organisation and Management
Being a Govt. College, its organisation and management is structured as per Govt. rules and regulations. However, an internal co-ordination and monitoring mechanism exists, of course, within the stipulations of the Government. The College council and various committees have been constituted for the purpose. An advisory committee of senior citizens, lecturers, student representatives exist to recommend required improvements. Due to lack of administrative staff, the teachers also share the administrative responsibilities. Besides the external audit by the Government agencies, the College also has an internal audit mechanism. Various welfare programmes, as per Govt. rules and regulations, are available to the teaching and non-teaching staff. Though the College does not have a formal grievance redressal cell the well-organised women's cell takes care of other grievances.

Criterion VII : Healthy Practices
In a short period of ten years since its establishment in 1993 and despite its locational constrains the college has adopted a number of healthy practices worth emulating. Some of them are indicated below:

Inspite of being a governmental institution, this College has been able to sustain itself through gaining community support both in infrastructural development and resource generation.

The motivation of the staff of the College to involve local professionals in aiding the various student-support activities is also commendable. For example, in the absence of dispensary in the College, the College has struck an arrangement with the local hospital and managed to take help from them without any financial implications.

Formation of self-help groups by total students' participation and involvement for maintaining the various facilities provided to them and also sharing the information among each other, is a unique feature.

Gender sensitization brought in by the involvement of the boys in various activities of the women's cells is an innovative idea.

Contribution by the outgoing students to the college in fulfilling a specific requirement of the College, mainly through material means and physical labour - is a healthy tradition established by the students of the College.

Inspite of limited resources, both physical and infrastructural, the college has attempted to organize an inter-collegiate event - this is in itself reflects the motivation and the commitment of the staff.

Section III : Overall Analysis
Under the able leadership of Mrs. S. Aggarwal, the officiating Principal of the College, the staff and the students are committed to the mission of the College 'Aatma Deepo Bhava' . The College has specifically spelled out its long-term and short-term objectives. The Peer team feels that if this leadership continues, the College will go a long way in establishing itself as a model institution. The impressive pass percentage and the attachment of the outgoing students reflected in their contribution to the College, is a proof enough for the commitment of the staff towards the students. The various healthy practices referred to above should be helping the College in overcoming the various social and financial limitations. The peer team has consciously assessed the College keeping in mind the rural background, prevailing socio-economic conditions and its age.

However, the peer team would suggest the following for the consideration and implementation by the appropriate authorities:

The College has just acquired the land. The release of the requisite building funds from the government and the construction of the building should be expedited.

The institution should have a grievance-redressal and a Career Guidance and Counseling Cell.

The students should be encouraged and given additional inputs for developing their communication skills.

The institution may think of starting add-on courses which would be helping the students to simultaneously pursue job-oriented/skill-development courses.

As suggested by the students, alumni and parents the College may give a serious thought to start courses in Science subjects, Home Science, Music and Physical Education. Most of the students have given convincing arguments for the initiation of these courses, specifically Music and Physical Education which could tap the local talent.

It is observed that not only most of the teaching staff are burdened with additional administrative responsibilities but also the College has to compromise by involving the class IV staff in various clerical work. It is therefore a dire necessity that the government should recognize and provide the required office staff.

The Peer team appreciates the co-operation and assistance readily extended by the various functionaries and the sections of the college in completing the task assigned by NAAC. The team wishes that the college under the leadership of Principle (Mrs.) S. Aggarwal with other competent colleagues plays a greater role and makes further strides in the years to come.

Prof. Vijay Khole
Chairman

Mrs. Rekha Chowdhary
Member
Mrs. S. Aggarwal
Principal

Place: Barwala, Dist. Panchkula

Date: 11.02.2003

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