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Makhanlal Chaturvedi Government Girls Post Graduate College, Khandwa, Madhya Pradesh


Makhanlal Chaturvedi Government Girls Post Graduate College, Khandwa, Madhya Pradesh
Address: Plot / Street / Area
Indore Road, Padawa
Khandwa (District Khandwa)
Madhya Pradesh, India
Pin Code : 450001

Makhanlal Chaturvedi Government Girls Post Graduate College, Khandwa Madhya Pradesh is a recognised institute / college. Status: Govt. Makhanlal Chaturvedi Government Girls Post Graduate College, Khandwa Madhya Pradesh is also known as Govt Girls College.
Principal of Makhanlal Chaturvedi Government Girls Post Graduate College, Khandwa Madhya Pradesh is SHRIRAM PARIHAR (Mobile 9425342748).

Makhanlal Chaturvedi Government Girls Post Graduate College is situated in Khandwa of Madhya Pradesh state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Khandwa comes under Khandwa Tehsil, Khandwa District.

Residence Phone No(s) of concerned peron(s) of Makhanlal Chaturvedi Government Girls Post Graduate College, Khandwa Madhya Pradesh is (are) : 0733-2246655.

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Makhanlal Chaturvedi Government Girls Post Graduate College, Khandwa Madhya Pradesh are 9425342911.

email ID(s) is Makhanlal Chaturvedi Government Girls Post Graduate College Khandwa Madhya Pradesh

Contact Details of Makhanlal Chaturvedi Government Girls Post Graduate College, Khandwa Madhya Pradesh are : 0733-2244097


Makhanlal Chaturvedi Government Girls Post Graduate College, Khandwa Madhya Pradesh runs course(s) in Degree stream(s).

Approval details: Makhanlal Chaturvedi Government Girls Post Graduate College is affiliated with Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore


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Makhanlal Chaturvedi Government Girls Post Graduate College, Indore Road, Padawa, Khandwa - 450 001 was established in July, 1963. Initially, courses in Arts and Science faculty were offered. The Commerce faculty was added in 1993. The college is affiliated to Devi Ahilya Vishvavidyalaya, Indore. The college is recognised by the UGC under 2(f) and 12B since July 1966. The college has a campus of 5 acres in an urban surroundings.

The college offers four under-graduate and seven post-graduate programmes under the science, arts and commerce streams. The college has a total of 44 teachers, out of whom 30 are female and 14 male. One male teacher is physically challenged and possesses NET qualification. Seventeen teachers hold Ph.D. Degree, one holds M.Phil. Out of 30 female teachers, 13 hold Ph.D. Degree, while one is M.Phil. Six posts are vacant. Fourteen employees are working as technical and eight are on administrative posts. The college has 867 students on roll. The classification according to category include: 68 SC, 6 ST, 198 OBC, 2 Physically Challenged, 16 Economically Weaker and remaining 577 Open category students. All the students hail from the State of Madhya Pradesh.

The college functions in two shifts, from 8.00 a.m. to 5.20 p.m., Monday to Saturday, six days a week. Its temporal plan is annual. The Directorate of Higher Education, Government of Madhya Pradesh, runs this college, along with many other UG and PG colleges in the State. Unit cost of education is Rs. 13,760 with salary component and without the salary component.
it is Rs. 654.

The college applied to NAAC for assessment and accreditation; and submitted a Self-Study Report. The NAAC constituted a Peer Team for visiting the college, its composition being: Professor Rupa B. Shah, Vice-Chancellor, S.N.D.T. University, Mumbai, as the Chairperson; Professor B. A. Prajapati, Professor and Head, Department of Commerce and Management, S. K. School of Business Management, Hemchandracharya North Gujarat University, Patan, as Member Co-ordinator; and Dr. S. V. Kamath, Principal, Dr. A.V. Baliga College, Kumta, Karnataka, as Member. Mr. Ganesh Hegde, Assistant Advisor, NAAC - Bangalore accompanied the team. The team visited the college from December 19- 21, 2005.

The team visited all the 18 Departments. The team also looked into other support services; interacted with the Principal, faculty members, representative of Janbhagidari samiti, students, non-teaching staff, alumni and parents. It checked and validated the available documents; discussed with the Principal on outstanding issues; and finalized the Peer Team Report.

Criterion-wise Evaluation
Criterion I: Curricular Aspects
The college runs four UG Programmes, viz., B.A., B.Com., B.Sc. and B.H.Sc. and seven PG Programmes. The college offers specialization in Hindi/Urdu, Sociology, English Literature, Home Science, Economics, Music/Psychology, Political Science/Mathematics, and History in B.A. For B.Com. degree, it offers B.Com. General and with Computer Application. In B.Sc. there are four combinations of three subjects, viz., (1) Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics; (2) Chemistry, Botany and Zoology; (3) Physics, Mathematics and Computer Science and (4) Botany, Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Chemistry. The students select any one group. B.Sc.(Home Science) is also offered at undergraduate level. At post graduate level, it offers M.A. in Economics, Hindi, Music, Political Science, and Sociology. It runs M.Sc. in Chemistry and Home Science. One teacher each in the department of Political Science and Music are approved Ph.D. Guides. The college follows the syllabi prescribed by the affiliating University under a basic course scheme designed by Central Board of Studies, Department of Higher Education, Government of Madhya Pradesh as unified courses. It offers internal options framed by the University at different levels. Hence, the college has hardly any direct role in framing the syllabus. The Department of Higher Education as well as the University take one to two years in revising the syllabus. Three teachers (one each from the department of Hindi, Political Science and Home Science) in their capacity as members of the Board of Studies of the University contribute in framing the syllabi. One teacher from Chemistry department is also a member of Board of Studies, Higher Education Department of Government of Madhya Pradesh. The college follows the University examination pattern covering the theory and practical evaluation proportions respectively prescribed in that behalf.

The college is also a center of DOEAC, offering 'O' level certificate course on a self financed basis. All the courses are financed by the government aided category except the computer and pharmaceutical chemistry courses, which are run on a self financed mode.

As the University does not prescribe a pattern of internal academic audit, the college has opted to refrain from the said practice. The college has hardly any autonomy of offering multidisciplinary approach but can exercise the flexibility available within the University norms.

Criterion II: Teaching-Learning and Evaluation
Teaching learning is the most important core activity of a college. Being an affiliated college, it follows the curriculum designed by the University. However, the college is free to strengthen its teaching-learning process, that is, the way of executing the curriculum its affiliating University has designed for it. The teaching - learning process begins with admission and ends with the University finals. Its admission norms are quite simple for government run grant-in-aid programmes, based on the academic performance. The students are admitted considering the eligibility criteria laid down by the University and the guidelines of the Department of Higher Education, Government of Madhya Pradesh from time to time. It does not administer any straight post-admission tests to gauge the knowledge-skill level of the newly admitted. In order to equip the students better, the college conducts two internal tests on its own, though it does not carry any weightage in the final results. The individual teachers conduct extra lectures when required. The students of Home Science visit hospitals, health centers, etc. as a part of the field visit/practical studies.

The syllabus is split into units and unit-wise teaching plans are prepared by the faculty members. Teaching diary is maintained by the teachers and a weekly review by the principal is made. In the event of shortfall, make-up lectures are organized, often implying academic teamwork. Some teachers are using OHP, molecular orbital kits, models and charts while most of others follow conventional lecture method.

As to the examinations and the modes of evaluation, the students are informed in advance at the time of their admission. The college does not have adequate core faculty of its own for many courses. The major cause in this context is too much of delays in recruitment, transfer, etc being the Government run college. However, the college is making all the sincere efforts to get the faculty under the 'Janbhagidari Scheme'.

The teachers are appointed as per the norms. Many teachers are participating in seminars, conferences and workshops. The mandatory requirement of attending the UGC sponsored refresher and orientation courses have been fulfilled by all the teachers. The college has designed the system of the teachers' self-appraisal for assessing their day-to-day performance.

Some teachers have published articles in national level journals. The overall impact of teaching learning can be seen in the final year examination results which are conducted by the University. The University result for under graduate for the year 2004-05 is 84.63% and for post graduate, it is 86.10%. Faculty wise results are 84.59 % for Science, 88.71% for Arts and 77.05 % for Commerce and 92.50 for Home Science with a good number of first classes. Some students have secured the University ranks and gold medal also.

Criterion III: Research, Consultancy and Extension
The research activity is restricted to the work of individual teachers reading for M.Phil or Ph.D. Degree. There are 18 teachers with Ph.D. degree. One teacher has M.Phil. Degree. Three teachers are recognized guides for Ph.D. dissertation and three research scholars are pursuing the research. Two Minor Research Projects each in the department of English and Chemistry with the financial support of UGC have been completed and one in Chemistry is going on. The college provides financial support for attending seminars and conferences. The college has organised some seminars in past and for the current year the State Government has sanctioned Rs. 40,000. Majority of the teachers have published their work in magazines and journals. Some have published books also in their subjects. Many teachers are participating in state as well as national level seminars, conferences and presenting papers.

The college has wide-ranging extension activities like- community development, social work, health and hygiene awareness, medical camp, adult education and literacy, blood donation camp, AIDS awareness, environment awareness, water conservation, organizing rallies for creating awareness, etc. The NSS unit of the college carries out most of these activities. The college has one unit of NSS with 121 volunteers. The college has started the NCC unit this academic year with 70 cadets. The college regularly participates in youth welfare activities of the University.

Criterion IV: Infrastructure and Learning Resources
The college has an urban setting and all the infrastructure facilities are provided in a campus covering 5.00 acres of land in a pollution free environment. There are 10 lecture rooms, one computer lab, one common purpose hall, library, one room with faculty cabins, administrative office, computer room, sports room and store room on the ground floor. Requirements of all the five science faculty class rooms as well as laboratories are provided on the first floor. Music department is also housed on the first floor. Expansion of the building is under construction with the help of 'Janbhagidari Samiti'- a public participation scheme. Girls' hostel with a capacity to accommodate 24 students is under construction with the assistance of UGC VIIth plan grant. The maintenance of building is taken care of by the PWD department of the State Government. The college has installed a water cooler for clean and hygienic drinking water. All the science laboratories are well equipped with the instruments as required under the syllabus prescribed by the University.

The library is on the ground floor. The post of a librarian is vacant. The corridor of the library room is used as the reading space. The college should provide separate space for reading room. The library has a stock of 25,953 books and subscribes to 8 news papers, 18 magazines, and 8 research journals to cater to the needs of the students and teachers. The college may subscribe to more research journals considering the need of the PG programmmes offered by it. Poor students are helped with learning material by way of a book bank scheme. The college also has a special scheme to issue additional books to the students belonging to SC/ST category. The library service is not computerized. It has a sports ground for outdoor games - kho-kho, basket ball, and volley ball. It has a table for table tennis and space for indoor games with required facilities. The UGC has sanctioned development assistance of Rs. 5 lakhs for the construction of physical laboratory and some lecture halls. The college has received Rs. 15 lakhs from the State Government (Jilla Yojana Karyalaya) for development of infrastructure.

The college has set up a computer centre with 15 machines of which one is with Pentium -IV, two Pentium-III, and remaining with lower configurations. It has three printers. One machine has a dial up internet connectivity. Considering the number of students and the demand for the course, it needs to strengthen the facility with more number of machines with latest technology. It has a dial up connection for internet use for limited use.

Criterion V: Student Support and Progression
The purpose of existence of higher education institute is to be examined in the light of the activities related to student support and progression. The academic excellence inculcated can be observed in more than 90 % of the students qualify for University examination and the drop out rate is very low.

The students are informed of the facilities adequately, and in advance, by the coverage in the prospectus. There are various recreation facilities created by the college like- indoor games, cultural programmes, dance/music programmes, creative writing etc. to actualize the potential of the students. One student got gold medal in Tae Cown Do at state level and bronze medal at national level. The college regularly publishes student magazine 'Pragya' which provides the students to exhibit their literary creative skills. One student participated in National Level Essay Writing Competition and bagged third prize. The college provides financial aids available under different schemes of government, such as, free ship to SC/ST/OBC students. During the year 2004-05, 165 SC/ST/OBC category and 22 poor / physically challenged students took the benefit. The college has formed the alumni association.

The college has a grievance redressal cell to resolve the day to day problems. The college has one unit of NSS with 121 number of volunteers. The college is granted an NCC unit with 160 cadets. There are 70 cadets registered in the first year. The NCC and NSS unit of the college carry out different extension activities like-AIDS awareness, blood donation, tree plantation and environment protection, etc.

Criterion VI: Organisation and Management
The college is run and managed according to the policy and rules designed by the Department of Higher Education of the State. All the financial aids, grants, facilities, etc. are created according to the policy of the state. In order to have public participation, the College has a Janbhagidari samiti for the purpose of overall development. The samiti is delegated powers by the State Government in terms of introducing new courses, raising funds, etc. Earlier the district collector was acting as the chairperson of this samiti which is now replaced by a public representative. The samiti has supported the college for building infrastructure worth Rs. 15.00 lakhs. In November 2005, the college has got sanction from the State Government for adding computers, printers, fax and other office automation equipments worth Rs. 4.79 lakhs. The college has an Internal co-ordination and monitoring system. The college teachers perform internal Audit. The auditors from Accountant General of M.P. Government audit govt. funds. The academic calendar is worked well in advance and it is used for planning different activities. The Government does the appointment of permanent teachers. Staff members for self-financing courses and temporary vacancies are recruited through a committee on the basis of merit as per the Government and U.G.C. guidelines. The college has recently created grievance redressal cell and career counseling corner. A suggestion box for attending grievances of the students is kept for the purpose in which they can drop their complaints/suggestions. Such complaints and suggestions are attended to by the members of the cell and/or by the Principal. Loans, advances and other benefits are available to all the teaching and non-teaching staff members as per the government rules. The purchase committee of the college takes care of its requirements.

The college follows committee form of organisation for execution of various curricular, co-curricular and extra curricular activities. Various committees are formed by the Principal, like- examination, timetable, library, etc. for the purpose. The college is yet to computerize the admission process, examination system, library system and the activities of accounting work.

Criterion VII: Healthy Practices
The college is a pioneer institution of the region imparting higher education for girls. It has done a commendable service to the first generation learners coming from economically and socially marginalized masses of the surrounding region. The atmosphere in the college is conducive for academic and extra-curricular activities. The teachers and students share a cordial relationship with each other. Students are encouraged to feel free with the teachers and are motivated to take part in cultural activities, NCC and NSS work. The teachers of the college are planning academic and co-curricular activities reasonably well. The cordial relations amongst the principal, management, teaching and non-teaching staff, and students is highly appreciated. Different activities like- guest lectures and celebration of important national days help to improve value education. The NSS unit has exerted to inculcate sense of civic responsibility among students. As a result, students by and large develop a positive outlook and become equipped to fight against the adversities and agonies of life. Inculcation of team spirit and social ethical values are instilled through various activities.

With the help of local support, the college has instituted two running trophies for the best all rounder in sports and the best athletes. The college provides platform for bringing out the hidden creative literary skills by publishing students' magazine annually. Renovation of drinking water room and the water cooler facility is established with the financial support of the earlier principal/alumni of the college.

In spite of different constraints, teachers are taking to perform their duties enthusiastically. The team spirit appears to have been nourished with the sense of belongingness, commitment and moral based approach by the dedicated and dynamic principal, though not a fulltime regular one.

Overall Analysis and Recommendations

The college established with the intention to offer higher education facility for the girls belonging to economically and socially backward segment of the society, has been fulfilling this task over a period of the last 32 years. In agreement with the mission and goal, the college is imparting knowledge to the girl students of Khandwa and its surrounding area. The college was offering conventional under graduate level courses in Arts, Commerce, Science and Home Science and now it has seven post graduate courses in its fold. The college started as a grant in aid institution, now running need based courses like- computer courses, pharmaceutical chemistry on a self-financing mode also. High results of its students reflected in the University examinations show that the teaching learning process is effectively performed. Some students are toppers in the University examinations, which speak the quality of education imparted. Most of the teachers are well qualified and actively involved in research, publications and extension activities. They keep themselves updated by regularly participating in different academic activities like- seminars, workshops, conferences, etc. The college has created infrastructure and other facilities through implementing the innovative ideas like- Janbhagidari scheme, support form society, past principal, etc. Some students are representing regularly in the inter University teams. Efforts made by the college for community orientations such as, water conservation management, hazards of use of plastics, awareness for polio eradication, etc are praiseworthy.

In view of the various gaps it still has, the Peer Team makes the following recommendations:

The regular full-time faculty may be recruited for meeting the work load as per the University norms at the earliest.

The key administrative and support posts like- librarian be filled up.

The college should have full time regular principal.

The construction of hostel building be completed on a priority basis and made operational.

The college campus should have boundary wall in order to prevent possible encroachment
and creating conducive atmosphere in the campus.

The library facilities may be improved by increasing the holdings of textbooks and reference material, subscribing to journals and periodicals and by providing more space for reading.

The office automation and computerization of library be done on priority basis.

The faculty be encouraged to take up research projects under different financial assistance of funding agencies like- UGC, ICSSR, DST, etc.

The college may establish language laboratory for improving communication skills.
College should have more number of computers with latest configurations, printers,
multimedia projector and other peripheral equipments.

The active support and participation of the alumni association needs to be enhanced.

The college should strengthen career guidance and placement cell. Faculty members of behavioural sciences like- psychology, sociology be involved for providing general counseling in order to resolve the typical problems of students.

The college should have a gymnasium with all modern facilities of health and fitness tools.

The Internet facility may be provided to students in order to equip them to work in a globalised environment.

The college may strengthen the institutional linkages with the industry and institutes for
better project work facility and placement.

The college should set up an Internal Quality Assurance Cell.

The college may introduce short term skill oriented courses like-beautician, fashion design and interior decoration, computer maintenance, computerized accounting, health services, tourism, hotel management, journalism etc.

The Peer Team records its gratitude to the office bearers of the management, the Principal, the faculty members, the students, the alumni, parents and members of non-teaching staff for their courtesy and cooperation. The arrangements facilitated the peer team to complete the work smoothly in the fixed time frame.

Prof. Rupa B. Shah

Dr. S. V. Kamath

Prof. B. A. Prajapati
(Member - Coordinator)

Dr. Girija Nigam
( In-charge Principal)

Date: December 21, 2005

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