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RK Sanatombi Devi College of Education, Imphal, Manipur


RK Sanatombi Devi College of Education, Imphal, Manipur
Address:Asha Jina Complex, North AOC
Imphal (District Imphal)
Manipur, India
Pin Code : 795001

RK Sanatombi Devi College of Education, Imphal Manipur is a recognised institute / college. RK Sanatombi Devi College of Education, Imphal Manipur is also known as RK Sanatombi College of Teacher Education, Imphal. RK Sanatombi Devi College of Education, Imphal Manipur is managed by Society: Leirik Memorial Charitable Society.
RK Sanatombi Devi College of Education is situated in Imphal of Manipur state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Website of RK Sanatombi Devi College of Education, Imphal Manipur is http://www.rksanatombidevi.org/.


RK Sanatombi Devi College of Education, Imphal Manipur runs course(s) in Teacher Training and Education stream(s).

Approval details: RK Sanatombi Devi College of Education is affiliated with Manipur University, Imphal (Manipur)

Profile of RK Sanatombi Devi College of Education

The RK Sanatombi Devi College of Education and the RK Sanatombi Devi Vidyalaya were set up by the Leirik Memorial Charitable Society, a Registered Trust. RK Sanatombi Devi College of Education was established on 16th March, 2003 and the college is affiliated to the Manipur University. The college is recognised by the NCTE vide recognition. Objective of the college is to enrich the knowledge and skills of scientific teaching, to promote research and increase employability, and to seek to serve both society and students.

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NAAC report of RK Sanatombi Devi College of Education

Raj Kumari Sanatombi Devi College of Education has been established on self finance basis by Leirik Memorial Charitable Society Imphal on 16-03-2003 with the approval of the Eastern Regional Committee (ERC) of National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) for BEd course vide ERC/7-33(ER-33.6.3)/2003(1) dated 26-03-2003 and for MEd course vide ERC/7-47(ER-47.6.2)/2004/2275(1) dated 09-03-2004.The college is affiliated to Manipur University, Canchipur, Manipur. The college has the vision of rendering self-less service to the Nation through producing highly knowledgeable manpower in teaching and research. The motto of the college is 'Faith, Hope and Perseverance'. Even though the college is relatively young it is good to see that ERC of NCTE has approved post graduate program keeping in view that the North Eastern Region of India needs a different policy as compared to the procedure adopted in other regions of the country. Both the courses are offered through the medium of English. The intake for BEd is 150 where as for MEd it is 25.

The duration adopted for the academic program appears to be quite satisfactory. The total number of working days for BEd is 260 days with 225 days of teaching days. This includes 140 days for the instruction and 140 days of practicum with 30 days of pre practice Teaching days at 7 hours per day and 30 days of practice Teaching days. Similarly for MEd the total number of working days is 245 with 200 days of Teaching. This includes 30 days of field visits for dissertation work. It is heartening to note that the number of working days is much above the quantum suggested by the Regulations of NCTE. The college, may be as a policy of Manipur University, has 23% for internal evaluation and 77% for external evaluation as far as BEd is concerned where as it is 25% internal evaluation and 75% external evaluation in the case of MEd.

The college has a total of 21 Teaching Faculty with 16 of them being permanent and 5 working on temporary basis. Of these there is one Reader on permanent basis and the remaining are lecturers. Among these there are 12 female Faculty members with one on temporary basis. The college does not have the post of a Professor. There are 05 faculty with PhD qualification. The college has 07 non- teaching staff and one Technical Assistant working on permanent basis. The college satisfies the Teacher: Student ratio of 1:11 in the case of BEd and 1:4 in the case of MEd.

The college library has 2000 books that include 1800 textbooks and 200 reference books. This appears to be too small for a college of 4 years age and that too for an institution that offers postgraduate program. The college library has internet facility. The number of students dropping out of the course is about 07 on the average. The pass percentage in BEd was about 86% in the first two years and it has dropped to 74% in the last year. However the number of University ranks bagged by the students of this college is creditable. It is significant to note that the pass percentage in MEd of this college is 95% securing all the ten University ranks.

The management seems to be proactive delegating many powers and functions to the Principal for the efficient performance of the administration in the college. Even though it is a self financing college it is interesting to note that the unit cost of the BEd course is only about Rs 4390/ during 2005-2006 where as it is Rs 15036/ for MEd course.

The college started about four years back has developed self confidence regarding its academic growth and performance and hence volunteered to get assessed and accredited by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council and has submitted the Self Appraisal Report to NAAC during 2006. The NAAC has constituted the Peer Team consisting of the following for the spot study of the facilities and validate the self appraisal report submitted by the college and assess the college.

Professor P Venkataramaiah, Chairperson
Former Vice-Chancellor, Kuvempu University
and Former Chairman, SRC-NCTE
436, Double Road, Kuvempu Nagar, Mysore, 570009, Karnataka

Dr Swarna Latha Das, Member Coordinator
Professor, Department of Education
Gauhati University
Gawahati-781014, Assam

Dr M R Nimbalkar, Member
Former Principal, Defence College
Ministry of Defence, Government of India
RENUKA plot no 458, R K Nagar
Co-op. Housing Society No 6
Kolhapur- 416013,Maharashtra

The peer team visited the college during Jan 29-31, 2007 and verified the physical facilities, academic programs and interacted with all the stake holders viz Principal, Management representatives, teaching and non-teaching faculty, students, alumni, parents, heads of the practising schools, teachers of practising schools and verified the essential documents for purposes of validating the self appraisal report prepared by the college. Based on these the peer team presents the following report following the six criteria stipulated by NAAC.

CRETERION 1 - Curriculum Design And Planning:
R. K. Sanatombi Devi College of Education is affiliated to Manipur University and follows the B. Ed. and M.Ed. curriculum prescribed by the University. Being a recently established institution the B. Ed. and M. Ed. programmes have been started from 2002-2003 and 2004-2005 respectively.

The curricula for both the courses have been developed and updated by the University as per the UGC's guideline (2002) and the direction provided by NCTE. The latest revision of B. Ed. Curriculum has been implemented from the session 2006-2007. The College has clearly stated the purpose of serving both the students and society in the context of quality teacher education. The Vision of R.K. Sanatombi Devi College of education is to provide best teacher education integrating teaching and research, and to enhance the applicability of the courses. The Mission has an ambition of creating of a new order of society through quality teacher education, preparation of would be teachers with Global perspective, clearing the backlog of untrained teachers in the State, promoting teaching as well as research and providing professional courses in consideration with the market demand. The purpose, Vision and Mission of the college are also transcended to the stakeholders through prospectus.

The college has followed its own admission procedure. Equal weightage has been given both on the entrance test conducted by the college and entry qualifying examination. The entrance test conducted for both B. Ed. and M. Ed. programmes for 100 marks (General English-40, General Knowledge30, and teaching aptitude-30). The eligibility criteria prescribed by NCTE is strictly adhered to.

The working days in the college are for B.Ed.-260 days and for M.Ed. 245 days. Total teaching days are 225(B. Ed.) and 200(M.Ed.). For B. Ed. course pre-practice period is meant for 30 days and practice teaching is for 30 days. In the case of M.Ed. course field visit for Dissertation runs for 30 days and supervision of internship for B. Ed. includes 30 days. The academic year/session starts on 20th June and closes on 15th April for B. Ed. course and it starts on 20th October and closes on 9th August for M.Ed. course. The college plans for the both courses well in advance.

The college has prepared an academic calendar depicting all the activities on weekly basis and has represented the same through a shadow diagram. It is desirable that the academic calendar is prepared depicting all the curricular and co-curricular activities on daily basis for the entire academic year. It should also be notified for the information of the student teachers.

The college follows the curriculum designed by Manipur University and one member from the college has represented on the academic bodies of MU. Besides that the college itself has developed the syllabi for two self- financing short-term professional courses i. e. Computer Literacy and Library and Information Science.

In the curriculum design and planning the college takes a leading role by initiating discussion with faculties from five other teacher education institutions in the state for revision of curriculum and syllabus and recommendations were sent to the University for necessary action.

The college ensures the relevance of its programmes by providing various curricular and co-curricular activities and different action plans have been developed for achieving the objectives of both the courses. The college obtains the feedback from different stakeholders through "feedback session" to validate the programmes provided.

CRITERION 2 - Curriculum Transaction And Evaluation
The merit of the academic programme in a College of Education depends on the effective process of curriculum transaction and evaluation process adopted. The RK Sanatombi Devi College of Education has transacted the B. Ed. Course for 150 students and the M. Ed. Course for 25 students as per NCTE recognition. Besides the academic calendar prescribed by M.U., the college draws up its own academic calendar.

The college has defined criteria for admission in the light of the transparency as well as the regulation laid down by the affiliating University as well as the National Council for Teacher Education.

The admission of students for both the courses based on the selection procedure comprising entrance test and marks of qualifying examination. The college strictly follows the admission policy as laid down by State/Central Government and NCTE. The select list prepared by the admission committee is being approved by the Board of Academic Control.

With a group of seventeen permanent faculty (1 +16) and four contractual teaching staff, the college has been transacting the curricula with diverse modes of transaction i.e. instructional, interactive, participative, experimental and so on. The list of participatory learning activities includes work experience, community work and peer teaching. There is a need to adopt seminar, group discussion and tutorial activities. The weak learners are identified through the participation of the students in the class room setup and the college has not adopted any systematic method of identifying such students. There is no remedial teaching programme for such students. The College needs to address this aspect soon.

Even though the College has been taking lot of interest in organizing practice teaching for the student teachers, there is a need to improve the same. The students need to be grilled well with a minimum of five teaching skills in the micro teaching. The student should go to the practice teaching schools after satisfactory pre-practice sessions in the College. The performance of the student teacher in the classes of the practicing school should be over viewed both by the Supervisor and the class teacher of the school. It is desirable to involve the school teacher also in the evaluation process. The practicing schools desire that the student teachers from the B.Ed. college go for practice teaching well before the month of December. It is suggested that the principal of the College organize these school visits in consultation with the School Principals in the early part of the academic year itself.

The micro teaching programme need to be made more effective through the adoption of Technology facilities in order to allow the poor performers adopt self corrective methods for becoming better teachers. The student teachers are also to be taught a minimum of five skills of teaching in micro teaching classes. Before going to school requisite theoretical knowledge on the models of teaching is being provided to the student teacher. Two lessons per day, one in each method paper are taught by a student teacher. The college has its own practicing school but due to large intake capacity the college seeks cooperation from the schools in the neighborhood, also.

Although no innovative practices are adopted by the college, most of the essential transactional features are being reflected in the reported activities.

Regarding evaluation, the college has followed the rules and regulations laid down by the affiliating university. However the internal assessment has been conducted by the college itself. By returning back the evaluated scripts of the internal tests to the students with suggestions for improvement is a praise worthy work done by the college.

The college has launched its own web-site (www.rksanatombidevi.org) and installed Internet facilities of 10 units of computers; but the use of technology is minimal in the transaction as well as evaluation processes. Computer literacy course has been introduced by the college for imparting basic computer skills. The college needs to get CD-ROMs developed by NCTE for IT literacy of all their B. Ed students. The number of computers for an intake of 150 needs to be enhanced.

Considering the availability of infrastructure, the college could attempt for computer assisted instruction, programmed instruction, computer assisted evaluation and others. This would help in incorporating ICT in the teacher education programme with a global perspective and provide better training environment to the student teachers of this college.

The college has a method of obtaining the self-appraisal annually from the teachers on their academic performance. However the college has not adopted any format for getting the student appraisal on the performance of the teacher educator. The Principal tries to get from the student in an informal way regarding the performance of teacher educator which may not be a highly objective method.

The college which has been able to get approval of NCTE for offering M. Ed. Programme should take the role of a lead college for organizing faculty development activities in association with other Colleges of Education and the Manipur University.

Criterion 3: Research, Development and Extension.
The image of a College of Education both in the State and Nation gets recognized by the vibrant academic activities implemented by the college through the Research and Extension activities. The RK Sanatombi Devi College of Education has seventeen staff members. Among them five staff members who did not have Postgraduation (including one contractual teaching staff) have passed M.Ed. recently. Similarly another contractual teaching staff is yet to submit her Thesis for Ph.D. One faculty member is recognised as research guide of Manipur University and has produced three Ph.D. (two are awarded and the other research scholar has submitted the thesis). Six research candidates have registered for Ph.D. under the guidance of the same faculty member. Action research is not undertaken by any faculty member as a part of their regular teaching-learning process. There is a Research Committee but no meaningful activity has been initiated by the Committee.

One out of seventeen faculty members has attended three Conference/Seminars and published five papers in the Journal. No efforts are being made by the teaching faculty to publish research papers/articles in the national Journals like Indian Educational Review, EPA Bulletin, Journal of Higher Education, Journal of Educational Research and Extension.

The institution encourages the students to develop teaching aids like Charts, Maps etc for making use of the same in their regular practicing schools. No efforts have been made to do any innovative practices to develop an instructional and other materials, etc. It is also found that there are no close linkages with the community. Extension activities in the form of community services, social work, blood donation camp, AIDS awareness, women empowerment, literacy work etc. are not undertaken by the institution. The institution needs to develop collaboration with the NGOs for social activities.

The institution may plan to provide consultancy to the community for addressing specific societal activities as is being done by one staff member who does consultancy in the area of child rearing practice without any expectation of financial gain.

The institution has established linkages with Eubios Ethics Institute, Japan in connection with a Ph.D. research work for getting permission to adopt Questionnaire used in the International Bio-ethics Education Survey. Besides one faculty member works as Co-guide for a Ph.D. student of IIPS, Mumbai. The College has an excellent group of young talented faculty who need to be motivated to take up research, project work and meaningful extension activities. There is scope to get many minor research projects in the context of Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, Tribal Welfare activities and similar areas.

In view of the above stated circumstances with regard to the contribution of the staff in the area of research, development and extension, there is absolute need to strengthen the research element. The staff needs to be encouraged to take up more research projects under UGC/University scheme along with the motivation for publication of research papers in reputed educational journals. This adds to the development of research in the institution. More emphasis should also be given to the development and extension activities.

Criterion 4: Infrastructure and Learning Resources
The institution has manageable infrastructure facilities, enough funds available with the management and there is still a need for augmenting the infrastructure to keep pace with academic growth for an in take of 150 B. ED and 25 M. Ed students.

This institution has B.Ed. and M.Ed. Programmes and as per the norms and standards laid down in the NCTE Act, 1993 there is a need of full-time regular teaching staff i.e. One Principal and Eleven Lecturers (for intake of 150 students) and four Part-Time lectures for Physical Education, Computer Education (IT). Work Experience, Art and Music. Similarly for intake of twenty five students in M.Ed. Programme the full-time regular staff is required @ ratio of 1:5 (Teacher - Students) means One Professor/Reader and Three Lecturers. It is found that there are seventeen staff members on permanent basis whereas five staff members are on Part-time basis. Hence the teacher-students ratio as prescribed by NCTE maintained. Staff is appointed on conditional basis that they will obtain their Ph D qualifications within five years. The arrangement of the college having a common Head for both B. Ed. and M. Ed sections is not as per NCTE rules. Hence there is an urgent need to have a separate Chief / Head for B. Ed programme, if the present Principal is identified as the Head of M. Ed Programme.

The Institution provides adequate provision of health services for the students and the staff. There are separate facilities of rest rooms, wash rooms etc. for both men and women. But there is no separate ladies room provided in the college. The institution has an independent Generator and 24 hours electricity is available.

The college has two multi purpose hall, Workshop, Music and Sports. In multi purpose hall music, dance, drama and other literary and academic activities are carried out. Indoor game facilities are available in the campus. The college has augmented its Computer Lab. Psychology Lab. E.T., Science Lab. and Work Experience, etc. but further developments are desirable for better functioning of the programme. Psychology laboratory is found to be inadequate to carry out practicals for a batch of 20-25 students at a time.

It is found that the college has established Language Laboratory recently with four booths. It is suggested that the college should enhance the number of booths and use the facilities for effective language learning.

Faculty members are not deputed to any orientation course organized by the Academic Staff College under UGC Scheme as the college is yet to come under the regulation2(f) and 12(b) of the UGC Act.
Library has been computerized for effective lending and depositing of books. The library has less number of books considering the span of four years i.e. from the date of establishment of the college. In the initial year of establishment minimum as per NCTE norms three thousand books, encyclopedia, year books and seven journals including University News etc are essential. The college has started an optional course of Library and Information Science for B.Ed. and M.Ed. to make the trainees aware of the importance of the library. Therefore the college library needs maximum number of books for reference and for reading as well as practice teaching. There are insufficient number of school text books related to Class VI to IX maintained in the college library for helping the student teachers for practice teaching. The new Library is quite spacious and there is provision for separate reading room for the M. Ed students and teaching faculty.

CRITERION 5: Student Support and Progression
The academic reputation of any Educational Institute depends on the excellent facilities created by the institution for the betterment of its students and the care it takes to nurture the progression of its students. RK Sanatombi Devi College of education has methods to monitor the regularity of the students in attending the college. It has mechanism to control the student drop out rate through the contact of the students and ascertain the reasons for the irregularity. The drop out in respect of female students is mainly due to maternity considerations. The college has established grievance redressing mechanism not only in respect of students but also in respect of teaching and non-teaching staff. The involvement of the students in different activities like understanding the lessons, submission of assignments participation in the co-curricular activities and good performance in the Pre-Final Examination are constantly monitored. However the college does not have the mentoring mechanism for ensuring the improvement of the disadvantaged student teachers.

The college has an Alumni Association for M.Ed. but not for B.Ed. The college do not have any information about the progress of their students leaving the portals of the college. The college also has not prepared the data bank of the students enrolled and leaving the college after their success in the University examinations. The college also does not have information about the candidates who are successful through NET, SLET and other competitive examinations. It is very essential that the college create data base of their students after their enrollment in the college and keep record of their progression in their future career. As planned the Alumni Association for B.Ed. has to be established soon.

It is surprising to note that the college seems to have no students who can be classified as academically weak even though students with 42%,45% are admitted to BEd and students with 57% are admitted to MEd course. This goes to show that the college has no specific method of identifying the weak and advanced learners at the beginning of the academic year and adopt appropriate remedial measures for the improvement of the disadvantaged learners. However, slow learners are given tutorial classes.

The academic progress of the students is monitored at regular intervals through the observation of their regularity of class attendance, participation in co-curricular activities, submission of assignments, satisfactory participation in pre-practice and practice teaching etc. The pre-practice teaching is through conventional methods of peer teaching, model lesson presentation, peer observation but not adopting ET lab facilities.

The micro teaching practice need to be video or audio recorded with facility to replay the same to the student teacher for attempting self correction in terms of presentation, fluency of language, pronunciation, body language etc.

As part of student council 150 students of BEd are divided into four groups each group being identified with a house named after Vivekananda, Shakespear, Irabot and Pavlov. Each house has a Captain and a Vice- Captain working under the care of a teacher educator. All the four groups jointly organize programs such as college week, community contact program, observance of important national days etc. The students are also represented in various college committees like Academic Committee, Library Committee, Publication Committee and others.

The college is yet to adopt appropriate feed back mechanism for getting the views of the out going graduates, employees and others for the system improvement. This needs to be immediately adopted. The absence of Placement Cell and Counseling Centre also need to be filled up soon.

CRITERION 6: Organization and Management.
The healthy atmosphere and the vibrant academic environment in an educational institution depends on the efficient way the whole institution is organized and managed by the Education Society that has established the college. The management of R K Sanatombi Devi College of Education has maintained a two tier administrative set up in which the Principal is given academic and the routine college administrative freedom with the Management Committee taking care of the financial responsibilities for the development of the institution. The college has constituted 09 Committees for Admission, Academic activities, Examination, Library, Purchase, Research, Publication, Student welfare and Construction activities. These are chaired by the Principal and the decisions of these committees are referred to the Management Committee whose decisions are final in case there are financial implications.

The institution has been looking only for the University level achievements for the realization of quality academic programs. The college needs to look into the development of the student teachers in terms of their leadership qualities, personality development, involvement in the societal issues in addition to achieving the significant results at the University level. This is very much needed for a college that offers both B Ed and M Ed programs. The involvement of the M Ed students in teaching B Ed students in this college is a good practice that deserves appreciation.

The performance of the teacher educators should be assessed with the adaptation of good feed back mechanism instead of scaling it on the basis of only the scores obtained by the students in each subject in the University examinations. The college has to think of using well established fool proof methods of looking into the performance of the teaching faculty. The college is yet to organize seminars, conferences and workshops. This is very essential to keep the college as the hub of several academic activities. The management has a liberal policy of encouraging the teaching faculty to attend the seminars and conferences. The teaching faculty is yet to make use of this.

The management has a policy of recruiting the teaching faculty through proper constitution of the Selection Committee and giving importance to the expertise possessed by the candidate. All the stake holders have free access to the Principal for making their representations. The college has maintained a Complaint Box through which the grievances of the individuals can be made known to the Principal. The college has not yet established IQAC but is contemplating to do it.

The college is a self financing institute and its revenue are fees, proceedings of the sale of prospectus, interest from the deposits of 'The Leirik Memorial Charitable Society', rents and a few others. The college has established a Welfare Fund from which advance can be sought by the employees. The Management is proposing to establish Employees Provident Fund very soon.

It is gratifying to note the commitment and the desire of the management to develop this college as a centre of excellence in the field of teacher education. The chairman has the desire to link this college for interdisciplinary research with the newly established Research Institute established by the management. The qualified young faculty needs to be retained by the managements with reasonable attractive packages, keeping in view the long term development of the institution.

Overall Analysis and Suggestions:
R.K. Sanatombi Devi College of Education established during 2003 has made good strides in the development of required infrastructure and also expanded the academic programme by adding M.Ed. programme very soon, keeping in view the special needs of the state in the North Eastern Region. Even though very good qualified staff join the institution due to the reputation of the management, there have been frequent changes also because of the availability of better prospects in the University or other agencies. The management has kept very friendly environment and cordial relationships with the employees of the College.

The students are quite motivated to the profession and the College is expanding the learning resources. It is also good to know that the intake to B.Ed. College includes a few in-service teachers who are otherwise not qualified. This is done keeping in view the mission of the College. The pass percentage of both B.Ed. and M.Ed. students is quite satisfactory. Even within a short span of 04 years the College has established itself as unique among the Colleges of Education in the State of Manipur.

The management is highly pro-active and desirous of developing the College as a centre of excellence in the field of Teacher Education. The peer team is appreciative of the efforts made by the management, Principal and staff for the progress made in a short span of time that too in the North Eastern Region which faces certain inherent hindrances. The extension activities are a bit limited probably because of the atmosphere of insurgency that prevails in the State.

The efforts of the institution in achieving the present status of progress and the desire of the staff, Principal and management to honestly try for the improvement of the institution incorporating the suggestions of the peer team is praise worthy. The peer team members have noticed certain areas of concern in addition to the positive developments that have taken place. In order to see that the College should grow from strength to strength in the coming years, the peer team wishes to make the following suggestions for the consideration of Faculty and Management.

The college may take steps to increase the number of Titles and also the number of books in the Library including more number of journals on education.

The use of Technology facilities like audio-video recording in micro teaching lessons is highly desirable.

The CD's developed by NCTE for IT literacy Environmental Education, Value Education and others may be obtained free of cost from NCTE to augment the learning resources in the college.

The Alumni of the college may be suggested to help build up Library, Computers and other essential facilities in the college.

All the faculty members need to initiate Action Research Work on issues related to School Education.

The college may initiate outreach activities identifying certain specific societal issues involving both B. Ed. and M. Ed students.

The College may take action soon to establish IQAC following the guidelines of NAAC.

The Management may introduce a few attractive packages to the faculty with the objective of retaining better qualified persons in the Institution.

Some short term professional courses can be introduced in the college for generation of funds and optimum utilisation of the existing resources.

As lady students constitute the majority of the student population hostel facilities may be created to the needy students close to the college.

For providing qualitative teachers education in the State of Manipur, the RK Sanatombi Devi College of Education should attempt to take a pivotal role by organising seminars/ Workshops/ Conference among the existing teacher education institutions.

The college can think of opening an Edusat receiving centre taking advantage of the presence of the Regional Centre of IGNOU.

Establishment of Guidance & Counseling Centre and also Placement Cell in the college are highly desirable.

The staff needs to be encouraged to take up more research projects under UGC/University Schemes along with the motivation for publication of research papers in reputed educational journals.

There is need to have separate Chief/Head for B. Ed Course, if the present Principal is identified as the Head of M. Ed. Programme.

The present facilities in Psychology laboratory need to be enhanced to carry out practicals for a batch of 20-25 students.

Teaching faculty members need to be deputed for refresher course and orientation course organised by the Academic staff Colleges under UGC Scheme.

Sufficient number of School Text-books from Class VI to IX standards may be provided in the Library for the use of teacher trainees in the practising schools.

The Peer Team members wish to acknowledge their great appreciation for the excellent cooperation and hospitality extended to them by the Management, Principal, Teaching and Non-Teaching staff and students of the college during the period of assessment process. The members also express their appreciation to the alumni, Heads of the Practising school, Teachers of the School and all other stakeholder. The Peer Team wishes a bright future to this young and progressive looking institution RK Sanatombi Devi College of Education, Imphal.

Professor P Venkataramaiah, Chairperson

Dr Swarna Latha Das, Member Coordinator

Dr M R Nimbalkar, Member

Dr. S. Gunadhor Singh
RK Sanatombi Devi College of Education
Asha Jina Complex, Imphal-795001

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