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Bonnie foi College, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh
Address: Plot / Street / Area
Nerela Sankari, Ayodhya Nagar Bye-Pass Road
Bhopal (District Bhopal)
Madhya Pradesh, India
Pin Code : 462021


Bonnie foi College, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh is a recognised institute / college. Status: Private College. Bonnie foi College, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh is managed by Society: Bonnie Foi Society, Narela Shankri,Ayodhya Bypass Road. Bonnie foi College, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh was established on / in 1997.


Principal of Bonnie foi College, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh is Dr Sai.K.swaminatrhan.

Bonnie foi College is situated in Bhopal of Madhya Pradesh state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Bhopal comes under Bhopal Tehsil, Bhopal District.

Fax # of Bonnie foi College, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh is 3017066.

email ID(s) is Bonnie foi College Bhopal Madhya Pradesh

Website of Bonnie foi College, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh is www.bonniefoicollege.com.

Chairman : Shri.G.K.Iyyer.

Contact Details of Bonnie foi College, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh are : Telephone: +91-755-2587877, 2284884



Courses

Number of seats in Bonnie foi College, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh is 450.
Bonnie foi College, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh runs course(s) in Law, Degree, Business Management, stream(s).
B.Com All Compl. Subjects& (Com.Sci. Additional)
B.Sc FC,Maths, Elect., Computer, Physics.,
Comp.Maintinance, Statistics
BBA
BCA
PGDCA
M.Sc.
MCM
MPM
M.Com Office Mgt., & sect. Practice-Adv.(Sales)
Promotion & (Sales) Management
B.Com Principle & Practice of Mgt. Insurance,
Zool., Bot., Chem., I.T, Bio.Tech.
Microbiology
B.ScBio. Tech., Physics ,Chemistry(20 Seatseach)
M.Sc.(F)
B.Ed.
LL.B.

Approval details: Bonnie foi College is affiliated with Barkatullah University, Bhopal

Profile of Bonnie foi College

Date of Submission : 12/05/2010, Wednesday 3:17 PM
Teacher Education Institution Registration Details
Reference ID : WMPBPLIN-2987
TAN. No : AAATB0912E

NACC Accredited : Yes
NCTE NACC Grade : B forcollege
Year of NACC Accredeation : 2006
Minority : No
Minority Type : NA
Religion : NA
Language : NA
Location college/institution : Semi Urban
Located in : residential
Building Type : Its own campus
Total Area (Sq.Mts.) :
Total Built up Area (Sq.Mts.) : 15243
Nature of land holding : Ownership
Land Lease : Private
Construction completion Date : 25/03/2003
Shared Campus Area : 1318
Campus shared by : By Resolution
Khasra No./Plot No./Survey No. : 154/1 154/2 154/10/5
Revenue Village of the land : Narela Shankri
Land is free from all encumbrances ? : Yes
Type of college/institution : Co-education college
Management of the college/institution : Self financed institution(Private)
No. of Non Teaching Male : 07
No. of Non Teaching Female : 04
No. of Non Teaching Staff (Total) : 11
Institution or its Managing Ssociety/body registered ? : Yes
Registration Act : 27
Management of college/Institute : NA
FDR No. (Endowment Fund) : 052690
Date of Issue (Endowment Fund) : 16/02/2010
Name of Endowment Fund Bank : Union Bank OF India
Address of Endowment Fund Bank : Arera Colony
Amount FDR (Endowment Fund) : 500000
Converted into Joint A/c (Endowment Fund) ? : Yes
Date of Conversion to Joint A/c (Endowment Fund) : 16/02/2010
FDR No. (Reserve Fund) : 052691
Page No: 4
Date of Issue (Reserve Fund) : 16/02/2010
Name of Reserve Fund Bank : Union Bank of India
Address of Reserve Fund Bank : Arera Colony
Amount FDR (Reserve Fund) : 300000
Converted into Joint A/c (Reserve Fund) ? : Yes
Date of Conversion to Joint A/c (Reserve Fund) : 16/02/2010
Mode of Salary : Cheque
Salary Transfer (Faculty) : Each faculty separately
Account Details of Bank (Salary) : 451701010035225
Date of Opening of Bank A/c : 12/01/2010
Opening Balance : 10000
Fees : 46450
Donation : 1060641
MISC : 0
Total Amount Receipts : 1117091
Expenditure Teacher Salary : 792000
Expenditure Non Teacher Salary : 312000
Expenditure Library : 10000
Expenditure Laboratory : 1000
Expenditure Furniture : 0
Expenditure Misc : 1500
Total Expenditure : 1116500
Balance of Funds Available During Year : 0
Name of Auditor/CA : Navneet Verma
Address of Auditor/CA : Zone 1 MP Nagar Bhopal
Phone No. : 9425009347
Area of Reading Room (Sq.Mts.) : 252
Seating Capacity : 100
Titles of Teacher Education (Library) : 1880
Books of Teacher Education : 5319
No.of Journals : 26
Page No: 5
No of Encyclopedias (Library) : 90
Area of Lab : 127
No of Computers : 40
Internet Access ? : Yes
LAN ? : Yes
Availability of LCD Projector ? : Yes
Availability of OHP ? : Yes
Availability of TV ? : Yes
Availability of VCR ? : Yes
Name of Experiment(Psycho Lab) :
general mental ability test,general
mentala ability test-adult,reasoning
ability tst,short term memory test,new
test of creativity
Name of Appratus(Psycho Lab) :
bhatiya battery,mirror
drawing,techonoscope
Area of science Lab : 346
Physical Science Name Experiment :
ohms law,lcr circut,fet,ugt,logig gate,rc
circuit,multimeter
Name of Charts (Physical Science) : cell,lens,mirror,prism
Name Experiment (Biological Science) :
onion
peal,stomata,starch,scropion,crab,frog
Name Charts (Biological Science) : frog,heart,blood circulation,skeleton
Name Model (Biological Science) : fish aqurim,dna models
Area of Lab (Language Lab) : 75
Name of Equipments (Language Lab) :
computer,mike,sound system,tape
recorder
Name of Charts (Language Lab) : computer chart
Indoor Game (D.Ed/B.Ed./M.Ed.courses) : chess,craem,table tennies
Indoor Game Area : 127
Outdoor Games (D.Ed/B.Ed./M.Ed.courses) : cricket,football,vollyball,basketball
Area of Outdoor Games : 3224
Name & No. of Instruments (Arts & Crafts) :
inche tape,scale,drfting
Page No: 6
paper,eraser,pencil,iron, secisor
Name Charts (arts & carfts) : toys,rabbit,tadi bear
Name of Models (Arts & Crafts) : tedy bear,statues
Name of Instruments (Health and Physical...) : nil
Name of Charts (Health and Physical... ) : nil
Name Charts (Mathematics Resource Center) : NIL
Name Model (Mathematics Resource Center) : NIL
Name of Instruments (Anatomy,Physiology... ) : nil
Name of Charts (Anatomy,Physiology ...) : nil
Name of Equipments (Atheletic Care) : nil
Name of Charts (Atheletic Care) : nil
Name and No. of Instrumernts (Cultural Facility) : nil
Name & No. of Instruments (Athletics) : nil
Size of Track (Athletics) : nil
Indoor Games (C.P.Ed/B.P.Ed./M.P.Ed.courses) : nil
Indoor Game[Area](C.P.Ed/B.P.Ed./M.P.Ed.courses) : nil
Outdoor Games(C.P.Ed/B.P.Ed./M.P.Ed.courses) : nil
Area of Alloted Outdoor Games : nil
Gym Facility for Women : No
Area of Men Gym (sq.Mts.) : 0
No of Stations (men) : nil
Area of Women Gym :
No of Stations (women) :


Teaching Faculty Details
Teacher id Designation
wmpbplte-15382 Lecturer
WMPBPLTE-15312 Lecturer
wmpbplte-15342 Lecturer
wmpbplte-15369 Lecturer
wmpbplte-15350 Lecturer
wmpbplte-15267 Lecturer
wmpbplte-15327 Lecturer
WMPBPLTE-15116 HOD/Lecturer

Composition of Society/Trust
Name Address
Dr.G.K.Iyer, bonnie foi institution campus narela shankri bhopal
Dr.Lalitha Iyer bonnie foi institution campus narela shankri
K.Durga Parmesuran c426 c sector shahpura bhopal
N Venkatsuran e4/181 arera colony bhopal
Ku Thanesha Iyer, bonnie foi institution campus narela shankri bhopal
Ku.Pooja Iyer, bonnie foi institution campus narela shankri bhopal

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NAAC report of Bonnie Foi College

Section 1 : Introduction
The Bonnie Foi College was established in July 1997 by the Bonnie Foi Society as a fully self-financing college. The College is located on eight-acre plot of land at Narela Shankari on outskirts but within municipal limits of city of Bhopal. It is permanently affiliated to the Barkatullah University, Bhopal. The College has received the recognition by the UGC under 2(f) and 12 (B) on February 8, 2000 for undergraduate programme and March 9, 2005 for postgraduate programme.

At present the College offers 11 undergraduates courses for B.Sc., B.Com., BBA and BCA degrees and P.G. programmes in Biotechnology, Chemistry Physics, Computer Sciences and Commerce (Accounts and Management).

The College had 648 students on its rolls during the academic session 2004-2005 and out of which 28 students were from other States. The dropout rate is about 3% in UG and 18% in PG and pass percentage in final examination is above 80%. The present staff strength is 33 teachers and 17 non-teaching staff including 7 technical staff. Out of 33 teachers, 3 are with M.Phil as their highest qualification. The unit cost of education is around Rs. 1500 (excluding salary). The College has a computer centre, Central library, Sports facilities and Internet connectivity. It observes 265 working days and 180 teaching days. The college library works for 265 days and has 2692 books and subscribes to few journals and magazines. The computer centre has 39 computers. The Society also runs 10 other educational institutions.

The Bonnie Foi College, Bhopal (MP) has volunteered to be assessed and accredited by NAAC Bangalore for all the courses offered by the college excluding B.Ed. and Law and submitted the Self Study Report. The NAAC constituted a peer team consisting of Prof. K.C. Upadhyaya (former Vice-Chancellor, M. S. University of Baroda), School of Life Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi chairman, and Prof. Zeenat Ara, Principal, Govt. Women College, M.A. Road, Srinagar, Kashmir Member. Mr. B. S. Madhukar, Deputy Advisor NAAC has coordinated the visit. The team visited the institution on 23rd to 25th August 2006.

The members studied and analyzed the Self-Study Report submitted by the College. The team verified the relevant documents to validate the information provided by the College, and interacted with the Principal, Chairman and members of the Governing Body, faculty members, students, alumni and their parents. The team visited all the departments, library and other support services. Based on the above exercise, inputs provided during the visit and interaction with various stakeholders, the following report is presented.

Section 2 : Criterion- wise inputs
Criterion- I : Curricular Aspects
The mission of the College is to prepare students to be self-reliant, socially committed and productive individuals with clarity of mind. It is a Hindi and English medium co-educational Institution based on modern concept of education and Management. The College offers regular three years degree programme in commerce, Business Administration, Computer Application and Science with different subject combinations. For B.Sc. the students are required to offer three courses in combination (i) in Biogroup : Chemistry along with any two of Botany, Zoology, Microbiology, Biotechnology subjects, and (ii) Physical Science group : Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics or Computer Sciences, or Informational Technology. The courses are being offered under the umbrella of five departments : Biotechnology, Chemistry, Physics, Computer Sciences and Commerce and Management. Since the College belongs to the category of private self-financing, one, the basic emphasis is on job-oriented courses. As the College is affiliated to the Barkatullah University, the syllabi for the courses is framed by the University. It usually takes 4 to 6 months to start a new course in the College by getting permission from the Department of Higher Education and affiliation by the University.

The College also offers PG diploma course in Computer Application. It also plans to initiate the undergraduate courses in Pharmacy and Nursing. It is advisable for the College to consult academic peers and potential employers to strengthen their courses.

Criterion - II : Teaching, Learning and Evaluation
The College publishes a prospectus highlighting the admission procedure, eligibility criteria, various courses being offered fee-structure etc. The last date of admissions to the courses is specified by the University. The admission to various courses is on the basis of norms of the University. An appropriate guidance is provided to the students seeking admission and fee is occasionally adjusted to modulate the need of the candidate. Due to (i) large multiplicity of colleges in the Bhopal area and (ii) Higher fee structure due to self financing nature, the College has great difficulty in fulfilling the seats in each of the course, the management may evolve suitable strategies to attract more students. The College follows the annual system of examination conducted by the University except BBA, and BCA where semester system is being followed. It endeavours to have some quizes and half yearly exams to help the students to prepare for the final annual examinations.

The recruitment of teachers is done by the College Managing Committee. It is suggested that the college broad base its selection process and procedures. This may help the Institution in retention of selected teachers and enhance the quality of teaching-learning processes in the College. The College has 33 teachers. The workload of each teacher is 20-24 lectures per week.

In some topics visiting faculty from other Colleges are also invited. Supplementary reading material is provided to the students which is appreciable. Besides the lecture method, teachers also adopt learner centered teaching methods like group discussion, paper presentation, use of OHP, slides, debates and projects. The centralized computing facility of the College besides serving the need of the Department of Computer Science, also caters to the need of other departments.

Criterion - III : Research, Consultancy and Extension
The College offers undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in job-oriented courses. Out of 33 teachers, three have M.Phil degree. A large proportion of teachers have obtained Masters degree recently and also teach master courses. This is an area of concern which the management may look in to. In spite of a large turn over of teachers, some teachers have been able to obtain minor research projects. Since the inception of the College, 8 minor research projects amounting to Rs. 7.5 lakhs have been obtained by the faculty. Some of the teachers have also registered for their Ph.Ds. The efforts of the College in this direction is note-worthy.

The College has a NSS unit with a strength of 50 volunteers. They have been involved in spreading the message of community development, health and hygiene and undertaking work like tree-plantation etc. The students interested in NCC are encouraged to participate in NCC activities by joining the unit in other College(s).

Criterion IV : Infrastructure and Learning Resources
The College is located on a land of eight acres. The College has a large spacious multistory building. There are 33 well ventilated classrooms, 6 laboratories, two Computer labs, library, common room for girls, drinking water facility, parking place, toilets and well-furnished staff room for teachers. Recently separate office space has been provided to Head of the five departments. A provision of Internet connectivity exists. The College has a small botanical garden maintained by an enthusiastic garderner. The Library remains open from 10 am to 6 pm and has a provision to issue one book per student for a week. Library, though spacious requires upgradation in terms of infrastructure, procurement of new books and multiple copies of text books. The Department of Computer science which offers several courses including M.Sc. Computer Science, BCA, PGDCA, B.Sc (IT) etc. has 39 Computers (19 pentium IV recently procured) housed in two labs. Chemistry, Physics and Biotechnology laboratories require considerable upgradation in terms of equipment and space. A provision for providing first aid for students falling sick etc. exists. There is a need of Canteen facility.

A Women hostel, Staff quarters and a covered Sports Hall are under construction. Facility for indoor games like carrum, chess etc. is available. The existing infrastrcture is well-maintained and optimally utilized.

Criterion V : Student Support and Progression
The College is located in a semi-urban area and 30% of the students are from the rural area. A Prospectus is published by the College to inform the students about admission and other facilities available in the College. The pass percentage in majority of the courses is over 80% and the drop out rate is fairly low (3%), which are commendable.

The students are offered career guidance on an informal basis. Some of the students have participated in state and national levels in sports events. One of the students excelled in athleties and received prize from the Central Sports Ministry. The students coming from rural and distant places avail the free transport facility provided by the Bonnie Foi Society. This facility is also accessible to teachers and staff, which is a welcome gesture.

It is desirable to have a record of students and their placement following their graduation from the School. There is also a need for an Alumni Association. The College has no Career Counselling/Guidance and Placement cell. Only teachers provide counselling at the time of admission to the students to choose their academic option correctly. Various SC/ST/OBC Scholarships are provided to the students by the State Government. The College helps students to participate in extra-curricular activities like Sports, Cultural Programmes, Dance and Music competitions, Mehandi Competition etc.

The College has received Rs 20 Lakhs from UGC during the Xth Plan period for Women Hostel. It has also been able to procure money for semi-covered outdoor Sports Hall. The College is also in the process of constructing a building for starting a pharmacy course.

Criterion VI : Organisation and Management
The College is run and managed by the Bonnie Foi Society. The Society run several other institutions including those for B.Ed. and Law. All the decisions including admission are taken by a committee headed by the Chairman of the Society/Governing body. Day-to-day functioning is being looked after by the Principal and Vice-Principal in coordination with various committees of the College. Head of Departments are responsible for teaching in their departments.

Purchase of equipment and construction of building, upgraduation of class rooms and other facilities are looked after by the Governing body. The accounts are maintained regularly. No provisions for medical or other facilities for staff exists. The College may make a provision and frame rules for Leave/Medical reimbursement etc. for the staff. There is a need to train all the staff in the use of computers. Adminstrative wing and Accounts Section need to be fully computerized.

Criterion VII : Healthy Practices
In the context of functioning of the college the following practices are appreciable

A good cordial relationship among management teaching and non-teaching staff and students of the College exists.

The College endevours to fulfill the need of community.

It provides supplementary learning material to the students.

The College has a generator to take care of problem associated with power failures.

A neat and clean college campus and well-maintained greenery within the campus.
Celebrations of birthday of staff members in the College.

Section- III : Overall Analysis
The Bonnie Foi College is a self-financing privately managed Institution established to offer job-oriented courses. The peer team is appreciative of the contribution of the chairman of the Bonnie Foi Society in starting such an Institution of higher learning. The College has attracted a grant of 20 lakhs for Women Hostel from the UGC during the Xth Plan period. It has also received funds for constructing a partly covered Sports Hall. The College in a short span of 8 years, has been able to develop an impressive infrastructure including sufficient classrooms and laboratories. Such efforts of private individuals in contributing to the expansion of higher education are commendable. The peer team appreciates the efforts of the management and hopes that it is able to translate its future vision into reality.

Recommendations:
The peer team wishes to make the following observations for consideration by the College.

The Management may take an initiative to develop a system to get feedback from academic peers and potential employers on courses and teaching programmes.

Laboratories in Chemistry, Physics and Biotechnology require considerable upgradation.

Library requires upgradation in terms of procuring new books and multiple text books. A separate reading space for the students may be created.

The College may take necessary steps to provide canteen facility to the students and staff.

Facilities for individual teachers such as storage space may be made.

Since the College offers job-oriented courses, career guidance and placement cell may be established.

Classrooms are spacious but require better furniture and other support facilities.

Class lectures require to be supplemented with multi-media aids.

Access to computers and Internet may be provided to all the students.

Guidelines may be framed for leave rules for the College staff.

Efforts may be made to ensure that P.G. lectures are delivered by the experienced teachers.

A serious thought may be given to ensure better retention of teachers.

Efforts may be initiated to establish an Alumni Association to provide support for growth of the Institution.

College may initiate the efforts to provide medical facility or insurance cover to the staff.
Sports facilities need upgradation.

Grievance Redressal Cell with represtatives of teachers to redress the grievances of the student/employees may be created.

Necessary linkage with Industries needs to be established.

Summer Training should of the part of the curriculum for Management and BBA students.

Establishment of Internal Quality Assurance Cell.

The peer team hopes that the visit would help the College to evolve a vision for higher education and translate its vision into reality. The peer team appreciates all the support provided to it and wishes the College the best in all of its future endevours.

Prof. K.C.Upadhyaya
Chairman

Dr. (Mrs) Zeenat Ara
Member

Dr. S. Sai Krishnan
Principal

Date: August 25, 2006

NCTE appeal order for Bonnie foi College Bhopal

F.No.89-497-2010-Appeal
NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR TEACHER EDUCATION
Hans Bhawan, Wing II, 1, Bahadurshah Zafar Marg, New Delhi - 110002

O R D E R

WHEREAS the appeal of Bonnie Foi College, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh dated
18-05-2010 is against the Order No. WRCAPP234-REJECTION-134th-2010-67906 dated 13-05-2010 of the Western Regional Committee, rejecting the application of the institution for conducting D.EL.Ed course on the grounds

1) CLU is for residential purpose.

2) Affidavit by Management on Rs. 100 stamp paper not submitted.

3) Certified copy of land document not submitted.”

AND WHEREAS the Correspondent, Bonnie Foi College (hereinafter referred to as the appellant), preferred an appeal dated 20-05-2010 to the National Council for Teacher Education, New Delhi (hereinafter referred to as the Council) under Section 18 of the NCTE Act, 1993 against the said Order.

AND WHEREAS Shri R.K. Bajpai, Administrator Officer, Bonnie Foi College, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh presented the case of the appellant institution on 15.07.10. In the appeal and during personal presentation it was submitted that the land was diverted by Sahayak Bandobast Adhikari vide order no. 599-B-2-1995-96 for the residential use under section 172(1) of M.P. land revenue Act 1959, under condition Para No. 1 (page-2) that utilization of land should as per approval of M.P.T. and C.P. Department. The Deputy Director Town and Country Planning Deptt. approved the above said land for social development activities as per master Development Plan, not for residential land use as per letter no. 725-TandCP-CP-97 dt. 13.03.97. Original Affidavit dt. 30.10.09 by Management on Rs. 100 stamp paper was submitted alongwith the application and again in reply to the deficiency letter a copy of the said affidavit was submitted to the NRC. Certified and Notarized copy of land document was submitted.

AND WHEREAS the Council noted that the affidavit dated 30.10.2009 was available in file, a clarification letter dated 13.03.1997 issued by Town and Country Planning office in reference to the CLU dated 16.01.1997 mentioned that the land use for social activity. It however, noted that registered copy of the land document was certified after the date of submission of application i.e. on 25.03.2010, that too from the Tehsildar Office only, not by the Registrar Office. Hence the appellant did not submit to the NRC a certified copy of the registered land document issued by the registrar office. In view of above the Council came to the conclusion that there was no justification in accepting the appeal and hence it should be rejected.

AND WHEREAS after perusal of documents, memorandum of appeal, affidavit and after considering oral arguments advanced during hearing, the Council reached the conclusion that there was no ground to accept the appeal and that it should be rejected. Accordingly, the appeal was rejected and WRC’s order dated 13-05-10 was confirmed

NOW THEREFORE, the Council hereby confirms the Order appealed against.

(Hasib Ahmad)
Member Secretary

1. The Secretary, Bonnie Foi College, Plot No.154-1, Plt No. 154-1, 154-2, 154-10,-5, Narela Shankari, Ayodhya, Bhopal - 462021, Madhya Pradesh
2. The Secretary, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of School Education and Literacy, Shastri Bhawan, New Delhi.
3. Regional Director, Western Regional Committee, Manas Bhawan, Shayamala Hills, Bhopal - 462002.
4. PS to Chairperson
5. The Secretary, Education (looking after Teacher Education) Government of
Madhya Pradesh, Bhopal.

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