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Government MB Arts and Commerce Autonomous College for Women, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh
Government MB Arts and Commerce Autonomous College for Women, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh
Jabalpur (District Jabalpur)
Madhya Pradesh, IndiaPin Code : 482002
Government MB Arts and Commerce Autonomous College for Women, Jabalpur Madhya Pradesh is a recognised institute / college. Status: Govt. Government MB Arts and Commerce Autonomous College for Women, Jabalpur Madhya Pradesh is also known as Govt M K B Arts and Commerce College, Autonomous Mankunwar Bai Arts and Commerce College For Women, Jabalpur.
Principal of Government MB Arts and Commerce Autonomous College for Women, Jabalpur Madhya Pradesh is ANUPAMA GANGULY (Mobile 9300106564).
Government MB Arts and Commerce Autonomous College for Women is situated in Jabalpur of Madhya Pradesh state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Jabalpur comes under Jabalpur Tehsil, Jabalpur District.
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Contact Details of Government MB Arts and Commerce Autonomous College for Women, Jabalpur Madhya Pradesh are : 0761-2401300
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NAAC report of Government MB Arts and Commerce Autonomous College for WomenPREAMBLE :
The Govt. MB Arts and Commerce Autonomous College for Women, Jabalpur (M.P.) volunteered to be assessed by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) and Conducted the preliminary self-study in December 2003. The Self Study Report was submitted to NAAC by the institution in Dec. 2003. A peer Team was constituted by the Council to visit the college and validate the SSR.
The peer team consisting of Prof. M.P. Singh, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Lucknow University as Chairperson and Dr. Xavier Alphonse, Director MCRDCE, Chennai and former Principal Loyola College, Member-Convener and Dr. (Mrs.) Krishna Gandhi, Principal Smt. Maniben M.P. Shah Women's College of Art and Commerce Mumbai as member visited the institution for three days 11-13th Feb. 2004.
The Govt. MB. College is an Autonomous College affiliated to Rani Durgawati University, Jabalpur covering a total area of 3.13 acres, was established in 1953. It was rechristened an M.H. College of Home Science in 1954. The institution was bifurcated in 1987 and once again Mankurwar Bai College for Women came into existence. It was accorded autonomous status in 1991. Presently the college caters to total 2861 students. Under Graduate 2220, Post Graduate 641. The College offers 13 Post Graduate and 15 Under Graduate programmes beside running 2 P.G. Diploma and 3 vocational Courses. The college has got UGC recognition under 2 f and 12(b) in 1988.
The college has 79 permanent and 3 temporary teachers. There are 20 members in the administrative staff and 8 technical personnel. The college has the following support services and facilities: Central library, Computer Centre, Health Centre, Sports facilities, Hostels, Canteen, Welfare Schemes, Grievance redressal Cell, Vehicle Parking shed. Career Counselling & Information, Tax Consultation Centre, Campus selection center, Psycho Consultancy Center, Legal-aid cell and Women cell.
The peer team carefully studied and analyzed the SSR submitted by the institution during the institutional visit. The team went through all the relevant documents, visited the departments and facilities and interacted with various constituents of the institution. The academic, co-curricular, extra-curricular, sports and extension facilities of the institution were visited. The peer team also interacted at length with the steering committee, the principal, faculty, administration and technical staff, students parents and alumni of the college, the various bodies such as the Academic Council and Executive Council. Based on the above exercise and keeping in mind the criteria identified by NAAC, the peer team has taken the value judgement. The assessment of the institution under various criteria, the commendable features and concerns are given in the following pages.
Section 2 :
Criterion - wise Analysis
Criterion I : Curricular Aspects
As an autonomous college of the Rani Durgawati University, Jabalpur, the college is running three programmes for the award of the degree and diploma viz. U.G. programmes, P.G. programmes and P.G. Diploma programmes. The UG Programme serves 15 optional subjects of which the students can choose any three. The P.G. programme is being run for 13 subjects. Apart from these courses, P.G. Diploma in Interior Decoration and Craft, P.G. Diploma in Clinical Psychology are also run by the college. The college also runs vocational courses in Advertising, Sales Promotion & Sales Management Functional Hindi and Computer Application. The college has plans to open a number of job-oriented courses like Post Graduate Diploma in "Project Financing and Analysis of Funds Provided to local Govt. and Authorities', P.G. Diploma in Tourism, Diploma in Communicative English and Creative Writing Diploma in Sugam Sangeet, Applied and P.G. Diploma in Public administration Arts etc. The Board of Studies in each subject reviews and updates the curriculum every year.
To introduce a new programme college has to take approval of the University. The College redesigns courses through its Academic council for P.G. courses while the college is following unified syllabus of M.P. Govt. for U.G. Courses.
The college conducts seminars and workshops bringing in academic peers to review the existing curriculum. Empowerment of women has been the main goal of the institution from its inception. The programmes are in conformity with the mission, goals and objectives of the institution.
Criterion - II : Teaching, Learning and Evaluation
Admission to various courses of study is in accordance with the policy of the State Government. However in self-financing programmes admission is done on merit. The syllabi are unitized according to the annual system of teaching. There is a mandatory provision for continuous assessment of the students throughout the year viz. terminal exams; unit tests, project work and seminars etc. Apart from the regular class room teaching, seminars and symposia are organized to motivate students.
The use of overhead projectors & slide projectors supplements class room teaching. However, there is the need to develop a centralized audio-visual facility for easy access to equipments by the faculty for use in the class rooms and to develop their own teaching aids. Students are also encouraged to participate in inter collegiate seminars, quiz and symposia. Character and personality development is emphasized in all activities. There is an excellent rapport between students and teachers. The college has debating and literary society. Leadership training programmes are also conducted. The association activities of each department provide ample scope for extra and cocurricular learning.
The college has 82 faculty members, 58 Ph.D., 2 M.Phils and 19 Post graduates. Amongst part time teachers, 1 Ph.D. and two Post graduates. Majority of the faculty are actively engaged in active research work. The college encourages teachers to get major and minor research projects from the UGC and participation in National Seminars apart from their participation in the refresher and orientation programmes.
Apart from evaluation of students, there is a provision of self appraisal of teachers. For coaching weaker students, provision for remedial classes is also there.
Criterion - III : Research, Consultancy and Extension
Teachers of most of the P.G. Departments in the college guide Ph.D. Students. 38 part time research scholars and more than 50% of teachers are engaged in active research in the college. There are 4 ongoing research projects funded by external agencies. 130 research papers were published in the National journals, 15 Ph.D.'s were produced by the college during last five years. 22 Books were authored by faculty members.
The college publishes a research journal of Social Sciences and Humanities. Department of Hindi also publishes its own journal. The college offers consultancy services in Health, Legal Counseling, Psycho consultancy, Career counselling and Taxation. This exposure enriches the faculty and also provide practical training and exposure to the students.
The NCC is very active in the college. 4 cadets have participated in the Republic Day Parade. Two cadets were chosen for the Youth Exchange Programme. and visited U.K.
The NSS with its motto "Service to humanity" organizes year long activities such as Blood donation camps, Medical camps, Tree plantation, Pulse polio programme. Community development and Awareness programmes on Aids and Environment. One of the students of the college won National Indira Gandhi prize besides others who participated in the Republic Day Parade.
Other than NCC and NSS, the college carries out various extension activities which support the national literacy mission, adult education, upliftment of women in society and awareness of rights amongst the downtrodden women, etc.
Criterion - IV : Infrastructure and Learning Resources
During past 17 years the college has expanded its infrastructural facilities in the form of buildings, library and hostel blocks. This has been done with the help of UGC assistance and resources generated by institution through Jan Bhagidari Samiti. and Alumini funds The annual maintenance is done by the State Public Works Deptt. and M.P. Housing Board. The College has also appointed a Maintenance Committee and Campus Committee to supervise maintenance effectively.
Though the different P.G. Departments offer library services to their students, the Central Library has about 45,000 books. It is being converted into a digital library and is being computerized so as to give the faculty and research students easy access for internet browsing.
The college has a strong physical education centre with facilities like volleyball, kho-kho, badminton, boxing etc. During the year 1999-2000 one girl was adjudged the best women boxer of India. The college has produced a number of players of National standing who represented India in International tournaments in the field of hockey, basketball and Athletics. Need for Gymnasium and Hockey & Football field is felt. The college has hostel with a capacity of 200 students.
Criterion V : Student Support and Progression
The college maintains very good results. Financial aid is provided to the needy students in the form of scholarships and college fund. SC/ST and OBC students are provided scholarship from State Government. Merit scholarship and merit cum means scholarships are also provided. Scholarship for Physically handicapped and the wards of Bidi industry labourers are also provided. NRI Scholarship Foundation for Excellence. (USA) is also provided to meritorious students.
In the field of sports the college has shown excellence. In the field of Kho-Kho, Hockey, Basketball, Volleyball students of this College represented state and University. It is praise worthy to mention that in spite of lack of sufficient playground, number of students have gained recognition at National and International level. e.g. Hockey at Olympic, Women Boxer of India, Basketball tournament at Japan, All India Cross Country race for women & so on. In NSS & Co-curricular activities also students have reached up to the National level.
'NCC'. Every year students are selected for the Republic Day Parade. Two NCC Cadets were selected to represent India at London under the Youth Exchange Programme.
Various counselling services are given to students to solve their problems & for improvement e.g. counselling for general students, career counselling, legal counselling, Counselling for Job placement etc.
The alumni association takes active interest in the welfare of the college and have contributed a generous amount for building the canteen facility. The college has a record of some alumni who are at prominent positions in different walks of life. More efforts in this direction would help to develop the college to great heights.
The teacher guardian scheme in the college is beneficial to overcome the difficulties of the students.
The college would do extremely well if sports facilities like bigger playground & fully equipped sports room multi-purpose hall can be provided.
The college needs to work on its dropout rate, which is very high 15% to 18% at UG level and 5% to 10% at P.G. level.
Criterion VI : Organization and Management
Internal coordinating and monitoring is done by Principal and senior staff members. There are several committees to facilitate the smooth running of the college.
The college mainly caters to the students from the surrounding region. The students are provided with updated prospectus and are given orientation to familiarize themselves with the institution and its programmes.
The organization & management is carried out in a transparent & democratic manner. The Peer team is pleased to note that as revealed during interactions the students are satisfied with the college as it has provided the required infrastructure facilities and support for their study and development and also maintain a harmonious relationship.
The state government has established Jan-Bhagidari Samiti of respectable members of the city. Samiti helps college in its developmental activities related to academic and co curricular.
Loan facility to teaching and non-teaching staff provided as per the state Govt. Policy for medical, House, Marriage etc.
The college would do well to strengthen its efforts to mobilize resources by getting assistance from college alumnae, NGOs and Philanthropists of the city
Criterion VII : Healthy Practices
The peer team notes with appreciation the following healthy practices of the college.
The college has two self-financing P.G. Diploma courses, Interior Decoration & Craft, and Clinical Psychology, as well as Computer Application in Commerce as a subject in B.Com.
College has good student teacher relationship. Few department teachers have developed national and international linkages. Various value based educational programmes are conducted. The college has specified its mission and it is working towards it.
The college has a good record of extension activities and concern for fellow humans in need of help. NSS, NCC, Sports, cultural and departmental activities are regularly held to cope with the needs related to contemporary existing civic problems and to develop the personality of the students. The college is taking keen interest to develop the personality of the girl students and to make them empowered women in future. Students union is very active to facilitate the needs of students.
Proper actions are taken by women's cell to maintain discipline in the campus and to avoid unpleasant situations. The college would do well if more efforts are made for national and international linkages for teaching and research.
Collaborations with industry, NGOs and other educational institutions could be enhanced further. The staff could be encouraged by seed money for paper presentations at National and International seminars.
Section : 3
COMMENDATIONS AND CONCERNS
The peer team after going through the self-study report and after its visit to the various academic and physical facilities is very much impressed by the progress and management Of GOVT. M.K.B. ARTS & COMMERCE AUTONOMOUS COLLEGE FOR WOMEN, JABALPUR (M.P.)
The college has a great reputation for empowering women through quality education and by raising the status of women in society in all walks of life .It provides a great opportunity for tribal, rural, poor (SC/ST) women. It has enriched the community by elevating the women of the area.
The peer team would like to commend and appreciate the institution for the following aspects:
*The college has understood well its mission and objectives of elevating the status of women in society; making women self-reliant and developing leadership qualities in them; providing quality improvement in women's education; the empowerment of women in all walks of life. It is trying its best to achieve the above objectives and it has achieved the same to a greater extent in a very effective manner.
*The college has committed and dedicated staff and non- teaching staff who are totally interested in the welfare of each and every student of the college. The peer team is delighted to note the consistent hard work of all departments in the college, collaboration of the entire college community, dynamic and firm leadership of the principal .The enthusiasm and involvement of the teaching and non-teaching staff is widespread in the entire campus.
*The cordial relationship between the staff and the personal attention and guidance and positive attitude of the staff to every student is praiseworthy.
*The college has a well-defined curriculum and a systematic teaching methodology with innovative methods of teaching. The college is following the unified syllabus of the M.P. Government for U.G. courses. Changes are made periodically in P.G. courses to meet the local needs and demands of the job-market by introducing a few job- oriented courses.
*Autonomy has helped the college to become self -confident and self reliant .The college is happy to have the following advantages as an autonomous college .
*Supplementing the unified syllabus of M.P. Govt. at the U.G. level .The college has the freedom to design its syllabi at the P.G. level, following the U.G.C. model.
*Fee structure could by decided by the college.
*The continuous internal assessment, the annual system of exam, the question paper pattern designed by the college help the students academically.
*The final examinations are conducted properly and on time .The results are published on time .The records of the results are well maintained by the college. The confidentiality of the entire examination process is self-evident and deeply appreciated.
*The college has been able to procure the U.G.C. autonomous college grant on time. In the IX plan, the college has received 17 lakhs.
*The college has been able to apply for the Centre of Potential Excellence because of the positive and rewarding `experience of autonomy.
*The college was able to introduce vocational courses and new P.G. diploma courses because of autonomy.
*The teaching faculty was able to do 3 minor research projects and four projects are going on in the IX plan . The college has submitted to the U.G.C. in the X plan . 2 major research projects (Geography and Hindi) and 15 minor projects.
*Remedial classes are being conducted for the weaker students.
*There is a lot of participation in the governance and management of the college through the Executive Council, Academic Council, Boards of Studies, Autonomy cell, U.G.C. cell and Finance Committee and other Committees for various activities of the college. Most of the staff members have additional responsibilities for the various activities of the college.
*The college maintains an excellent Research environment .It is really encouraging to note that there are 58 Ph.Ds among the staff. Many more are registered for PhD. The entire college has published 21 books and 130 research papers. Every department is vibrant with research activity. The attendance at and organization of national, international workshops and seminars are commendable. The constitution of the Research committee with Rs. 50,000 as seed money to encourage and support research activities is a laudable effort. The latest publication "Anuwikhsa " an inter -departmental research journal has brought a lot of credit to the college at the inter-collegiate level.
*The college has strong and well maintained documentation in all the departments and at the college office. The departmental libraries are well-kept. The peer team was able to get any type of documentation for verification and validation.
*The college offers to its students a wide range and choice of subjects with various combinations which are not available in other institutions.
*The college helps economically poor students. There were 728 beneficiaries from SC/ST, OBC and poor women. There is also the NRI merit-cum-means scholarship administered to students according to their needs .
*The college is involved in various community building exercises through its effective extension work, analyzing social issues and problems. Various departments are involved in this type of activity.
(a) Economics Survey to assess factors causing poverty and unemployment .
in a nearby locality .
(b) Home Science Nutritional aspects of the poor families .
(c) Psychology Problem of drug addiction.
(d) Philosophy Study of orphanages.
(e) Political science Old age homes .
(f) English Communication skills in English amongst housewives.
(g) Commerce Bidi industry labourers (socio economic study).
There is a strong presence of N.S.S. in the college and a band of enthusiastic volunteers. The college has distinguished itself by helping one of its students to receive the Indira Gandhi prize from the President of India.
*The Counselling centre of the college is functioning very well. It is able to offer personal, psychological, legal medical and career guidance to its students. The exact record of the students who benefit from these services iswell maintained.
*The Students' Union is dynamic and active. It helps the administration to improve the facilities and the smooth running of the college . The best and meritorious students are elected as student leaders.
*The college encourages all co- curricular activities. The students have the opportunity for over all development. The N.C.C unit is constantly sending its representatives for the Republic Day Parade. Two of the students represented India in England. With limited playground and sports facilities, the college has sent representative at the National and International levels. The Department of 'Music' and 'Drawing and Painting ' are assets to the college. The college students of these departments have won national prizes. It is note worthy to find that the students involved in N.S.S., N.C.C., Sports and other national competitions are given additional academic help to complete their degree and excel in their studies.
*The scheme of Gyanodaya, IT education scheme of M.P. Govt.. is implemented well in the college .The students of college are given one year training for a meagre sum of Rs. 84/- The non - teaching staff are also helped to attain computer literacy through this centre.
*Campus interviews are conducted. 25 students have been placed in jobs particularly from Advertising and Sales - Promotion, Interior Decoration, Clinical Psychology courses and also from the Department of Commerce.
*There is a welfare fund both for the teaching and non-teaching staff. Loaning facilities are available. There is the crèche for the children for the employees of the college. The non-teaching staff get help from the counselling centre and are motivated to upgrade their skills from the computer centre.
*The college has a host of distinguished Alumini occupying high positions in society. The presence of an active Alumini Association is an asset to the college. Though it is only two years old, the association has raised substantial resources for the canteen. The Alumini have an emotional attachment to the college which they expressed to the peer team in unequivocal terms. They are involved in the efforts of the management to make the institution better. They want to offer their services to students free of cost by offering their expertise in various fields.
*The college shares the hostel facilities with M.H. College for Home Science and Science. The new hostel building with 48 rooms with the capacity to accommodate 150 students is nearing completion inside the campus.
*The Executive Council and Jan Bhagidari Committee are involved constantly in the development of College.
*The Feedback Mechanism of the college is very much appreciated :-
The evaluation of the teachers and the institution by the students.
The feedback from the employees.
The self-assessment of the teachers.
The confidential report of the Additional Director of Collegiate education and Commissioner of Education on the Principal help the college for continuous renewal and revamping.
*The integration of the students among themselves, departments, teaching and non-teaching staff, students helped to excel in various activities adds strength to the college.
*The college has a well-kept library with 44,683 books with a book bank for SC/ST students. The college is in a process to set up inter-university and national linkages through internet.
*The grievance cell and the Women's cell are earnestly looking after the grievances of students and issues related to women.
The peer team would like to bring to the attention of the college, the following concerns and suggestions for the improvement of the college for its consideration and plan of action.
*Space is a big constraint to the development of infrastructural facilities. It is suggested that the college makes an effort to procure the adjacent land.
*There is the need to increase the sports facilities and the plan to build a multi-purpose Gymnasium and an auditorium.
*The peer team anquishes about the frequent transfer of principals (seven principals from 1991 after the college became Autonomous) and the teachers. It is strongly recommended that the principal and the teachers be kept for at least a term of five years since it is an autonomous college for the good and progress of the institution.
*The college is encouraged to take up Tribal and Women Studies.
*Research Centres could be established for the various P.G. Departments of the College
*There is the real difficulty to get the approval of the parent University for new courses and research programmes. The autonomous college may be given the complete freedom to design its courses without the interference of the university.
*The suggestion of the students to provide transportation when they go together to the University for inter-university youth festival & other activities. like NSS etc.
*It is suggested to start law degree (LL.B.) programmes.
*More job-oriented and skill-based courses could be introduced as soon as possible to make the empowerment process more effective.
*The faculty members are overburdened with teaching (24 periods a week). It is suggested to have guest faculty members in the departments especially in the one-member department of Sanskrit.
*It is painful to note that the non-teaching staff are not woman getting the benefits of the fifth pay commission. Measures could be taken with the Govt. to rectify this anamoly in the campus.
*The post of registrar could be established to lessen the burden of administration on faculty members who will have more time to pursue their academic concerns.
*The situation of staffing in the library deserves immediate attention. There are only five staff members who manage the entire work. It is surprising to note that there is no need of passing set / net exam to occupy the post of librarian in M.P.
The college could think of following the multi-choice credit based system and also the OGP (Overall Grade Performance Certificate) which will be beneficial to students to reflect their academic as well as co-curricular performance in the college.
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