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Kshetrabasi DAV College, Nirakarpur, Orissa
Kshetrabasi DAV College, Nirakarpur, Orissa
Nirakarpur (District Khordha (Khurda))
Orissa, IndiaPin Code : 752019
Kshetrabasi DAV College, Nirakarpur Orissa is a recognised institute / college.
Principal of Kshetrabasi DAV College, Nirakarpur Orissa is Shri S. Maharana.
Kshetrabasi DAV College is situated in Nirakarpur of Orissa state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Kshetrabasi DAV College, Nirakarpur Orissa are 9437010336.
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NAAC report of Kshetrabasi DAV CollegeSection 1: Introduction
Kshetrabasi D.A.V.College Nirakarpur - 752019, Dist. Khurda, Orissa is a grant-in-aid College affiliated to Utkal University, Bhubaneswar. Situated in a spacious plot of land in a rural area just five kilometres away from the Kolkatta-Chennai National Highway in an idyllic rural setting, the College was established on 11th July 1959 as a Pre-University College with inspiration provided by the late Kshetrabasi Routaray and the educationist late Ananda Ratha. The College claims 41.2 acres of land but about 32 acres of land is to be legally made over to the institution. The College was elevated as a Degree College in July 1963 with the starting of B.Sc classes. The objective of the College is to inculcate the scientific temper and build up moral values in rural students by its teaching programmes, extramural lectures, spiritual and cultural activities. The College emblem contains the inscription, 'karma eva dharma.' The College has student strength of 2,384 in Plus Two and Plus Three classes in Arts, Sciences, and Commerce streams and it also offers the Honours programme. The Degree College has student strength of 882 in the three faculties of Arts, Science, and Commerce in the current year.
The College was named Kshetrabasi Science College, Nirakarpur, as a mark of respect to Kshetrabasi Routaray, the principal donor, in 1966-67. It was renamed Kshetrabasi D.A.V.College in 1971 due to its association with the D.A.V.Trust initiated by the late Sri A.N.Khosla, Governor of Orissa. Initially housed in Kshetrabasi Academy Building in Nirakarpur, the College later moved to its own campus. There are 65 members of the faculty and 59 non-teaching staff in the Degree College. The College was admitted under 2(b) and 12(B) of the UGC Act in 1960. In addition to the three Degree courses, the College offers one certificate course in computer applications and one UGC-sanctioned vocational course in Instrumentation.
Among the faculty, 19 are women. In total 25% of the faculty are women. The total number of Ph.D. holders is 17. There are 14 with M.Phil. among them. The ratio of the number of candidates admitted in the first year to the number of candidates appearing for the third year examination was 358:259 in 2003 (72%) and the passing percentage against candidates appearing for the III year examination is 86%. In all four candidates got ranks in Oriya in the university examinations.
The unit cost of education inclusive of the salary component is Rs.11168/- and without the salary component it is Rs.3830/- The College has a Central Library, Computer Centre, Workshop, Hostel, make-shift Guest House, Canteen, staff quarters, Grievance Redressal Cell, and sports facilities. In 2003-04, the working days were 245 out of which there were 145 teaching days. The library works for 270 days in the year. It has a collection of 27,254 books and it subscribes to 22 magazines. There are ten computers in the College. It has a UGC-sanctioned Networking Resource Centre. The staff executed three Minor Research Projects of a total value of Rs.1,50,000. A salient feature of the College is that it raised Rs.9.18 lakhs through donations, Rs.28,600/- through auctions, and Rs.3 lakhs from M.P.LADS to add to its resources.
The College volunteered to be assessed by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), Bangalore, and submitted its Self-Study Report in March 2005. A Peer Team was constituted by NAAC to visit the institution and validate the Self-Study Report. The Peer Team consisted of the following members:
Prof. Ashish K. Roy, Chairman
P 37 K.B. Ray Garden
Garia Station Road
Kolkata - 700084(W.B.)
Prof. C.R.Visweswara Rao, Member-Co-ordinator
Professor of English & Dean, UGC Affairs Sri Krishnadevaraya University
Anantapur - 515003(A.P.)
Prof. Mrigen Das, Member
PO & Dist. Bongaigaon - 783380
Dr. M.S. Shyamasundar, Co-ordinating Officer
Deputy Adviser, National Assessment and Accreditation Council
The Peer Team visited the College on 16th & 17th November 2005 and examined in detail the infrastructure facilities available in the College, curricular and co-curricular programmes, and the various aspects of the functioning of the institution. The Peer Team interacted with the Principal, teaching and non-teaching staff, the Management, students, parents, alumni, the local elite and other stakeholders in the growth of the institution and elicited their views on the facilities and functioning of the institution. In addition, the Peer Team examined all the relevant records and paid visits to different departments, laboratories, Central Library, Computer Centre, NCC, Youth Red Cross, Rovers and Rangers, and NSS facilities. Based on the above exercise and the seven criteria identified by the NAAC, the assessment of the institution is as follows:
Section 2: Criterion-wise Analysis
Criterion I: Curricular Aspects
The College, whose objective is to provide education, training, employment, and access to the rural youth, offers B.A., B.Sc., and B.Com. Degree courses and one certificate course and one UGC-sanctioned vocational course to fulfil this objective. To train the students to purposive employment the College insists upon the skill component being paid attention to in the imparting of the curriculum. In the faculty of Science, the subjects offered are Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Botany, Zoology, and Instrumentation. In the faculty of Arts English, Oriya, Sanskrit, History, Political Science, and Economics are offered. The faculty of Commerce offers the B.Com course. Since it is the University that reviews the curriculum and devises it, the College plays little role in curriculum revision.
To meet the objectives set out, the College introduced Instrumentation as vocational course and a certificate course in Computer which has been sponsored by the Govt. of Orissa. But for the introduction of these courses, this College established in 1959, has not launched on a path of expansion in tune with need and demand. For the introduction of a new course the College takes at least a year after the conceptualisation of the programme since course affiliation and government approval involves procedural delays.
The University initiates an implied academic audit of the programmes at the time of sanctioning of courses and grant of affiliation. The curriculum provides for a certain interdisciplinarity in the elective subjects among which Environmental Studies and Indian Culture are offered for Arts/Commerce and Science students respectively. The College also offers certificate courses in Computers in collaboration with the Government of Orissa and a non-government organization, Computer Point.
The curriculum is divided into five or six units and thus the design itself provides for systematic instruction. The goals and objectives were reviewed in the last three years to provide for the introduction of new courses in consistence with the objectives. There is as yet no systematic feedback obtained from academic peers on the review and design of curricular options/choices.
Criterion II: Teaching - Learning and Evaluation
The College follows a transparent admission schedule that provides for admission on the basis of merit and the system of reservations as it obtains in the Government of Orissa. After admission the teaching staff assess the students' knowledge and skills through the conduct of periodic tests. No special testing mechanism for identification of levels has been devised. Educationally weaker students are identified and extra coaching is provided to them by assigning the task to selected teachers. Some guidance is offered to advanced learners to guide them in their choices. The system thus does not take recognizable note of individual differences among learners in the teaching-learning process. The teaching activity in the classroom is conducted systematically and with the seriousness necessary. The teaching staff are fairly senior and experienced. Especially, in the Departments of English, Chemistry, Physics, Zoology, and Oriya there is good scope for the enlargement of their research base.
The teachers prepare a teaching plan and cover the syllabus unit-wise and maintain progress reports. These progress reports are verified every quarter and the completion of the syllabus within the fixed time schedule is paid attention to. Honours students are encouraged to present papers at seminars. The mechanism of monitoring student progress through tests/seminars is reasonably well employed.
The number of teaching days in a year is 180. Every teacher engages 25 periods a week. The ratio of teaching staff to non-teaching staff is somewhat high and it stands at 65:59.
Teacher recruitment is as per the procedure laid down by the Government of Orissa and the University and it is dictated by requirements like the opening of new streams or workload increase. For the UGC-funded posts the last selection was made in October 2005 after the due process of advertisement and appointment through a Selection Committee. During the last two years three faculty appointments were made to fill up leave vacancies. The Management has the freedom to appoint staff on an ad hoc basis.
In the last two years 18 staff participated in National Seminars and 3 members acted as Resource Persons. The faculty submit self-appraisal reports, which are examined by the Principal at the end of the academic year either for commendation or for suggesting remedial measures.
The College has selectively introduced student evaluation of the faculty. It does it obtain feedback from the students about their campus experience. In the last two years two teachers received funding from the UGC under the Faculty Improvement Programme, six teachers attended Orientation programmes, and 22 teachers participated in Refresher Courses. One important educational event of the College is its Science Exhibition conducted every year. Overall, the staff have a fair opportunity for academic progress and professional development.
Criterion III: Research, Consultancy, and Extension
The faculty are fairly encouraged to do research and the Government provides for leave for the purpose. A Research Committee has been constituted by the College to scrutinize the project proposals and encourages post-doctoral research. The College, with 17 Ph.D. degree holders and 14 M.Phil. degree holders, seeks to create an ambience for research Two of the faculty are recognized Research Supervisors. During X Plan three of the faculty have availed themselves of Teacher Fellowships under the Faculty Improvement Programme. In the last five years five of the faculty received their Ph.D. degrees.
There is no consultancy work in which the Departments are engaged. One of the faculty members is designated to hold additional charge of extension activities. Extension activities include blood donation camps, health and hygiene awareness activities, adult literacy, and environmental awareness programmes conducted through the agency of the NCC, the NSS, Youth Red Cross, and Rangers and Rovers. The NCC has sent out 32 candidates with the C- Certificate and their placement in paramilitary and armed forces has also been tracked. In 2004 one of the cadets was selected for the Prime Minister's Rally. In 2005 the NCC unit won the third place in the National Integration Camp at Nasik. The NSS has adopted a village, Raigurpur. There is coordination with an NGO for taking up rural development activities. In Xth Plan the UGC allocated Rs.34,680/- for extension activities. The faculty have been deputed to participate in countrywide literacy programmes under the banner of the National Literacy Mission. The Rovers and Rangers organized campus cleaning and trekking camps and the Youth Red Cross organized health, hygiene, and leadership promotion activities. Extension lectures on Indian culture are organised by the College and there is an extension cell to take care of this activity. The responsiveness to community needs has to be reflected by the conduct of more diversified extension activities in which the Departments also participate.
Criterion IV: Infrastructure and Learning Resources
The College has extensive building structures with well-laid lawns in the entrance quadrangle. The facilities include Conference Hall, Women's Hostel (under construction with UGC funding), staff quarters, make-shift Guest House, extensive playground, students union office, quarters for select non-teaching staff, cycle stand, cashew and teak wood plantation, basket ball court, computer lab, etc. Infrastructure has been added with assistance from the UGC and through MP and MLA LAD funds.
The UGC sanctioned Xth plan development grant of 11.7 lakhs for building and equipment, fieldwork, extension activities, and computer facilities. However, the College was able to utilize only Rs 6.07 lakhs out of this. For the vocational course in instrumentation the UGC sanctioned 17 lakhs and for the women's hostel Rs 10 lakhs. These have added to the laboratories and infrastructure facilities.
The maintenance of the infrastructure is taken care of by the construction committee, which takes occasional help from the Government Engineer. The infrastructure facilities are put to the optimum use. Extra-mural lectures, playgrounds utilization by the sister institutions, and the joint venture of the Government of Orissa and the Computer Point which help the running of the 'Computer for All' programme all use the infrastructure. There is ample scope for future institution of courses. There is extensive greenery in the campus with cashew, teak, mango, and jackfruit plantations.
The library has 27254 books including 3769 books under Book Bank scheme. The total number of titles is 11,561. The library has begun computerization of data. In 2003 books worth Rs.81,000/- and magazines worth Rs.3000/- were added to the library. The library works for 8 hours a day on six days in the week. The Computer Centre placed under the Department of Physics received aid from the UGC under the Networking Resource Centre scheme. The Computer Centre works for 8 hours a day including on Sundays. The students have the facility of a periodic health check up arranged with the help of the local Government Medical Officer.
The teacher in Physical Education takes care of the sports and games activities. There is a vast playground as also an athletic track in the college. Volley Ball, Cricket, Football, Badminton, Caroms, Chess etc., are practised in the playground. Prizes and incentives in admission are given to outstanding sportspersons. In Cricket and Kabbadi the students were zonal runners up and seminfinalists respectively. One of the students received a State award in Athletics.
Criterion V: Student Support and Progression
The College publishes well-documented prospectus-cum-information brochure for the benefit of the prospective students. It provides opportunities to its students to participate in various sports activities, debate, and cultural events, etc.
The College enrolled altogether 882 students in the three faculties of Arts, Science & Commerce during the academic session 2005-06. The number of girl students is almost 50% and it is 272 and 336 in the years 2004-2005 and 2005-2006 respectively. Success rate ranges from 81% to 100% in individual subjects as evidenced from the departmental profiles. The drop out rate is somewhat high. Dropouts seem mostly to join technical and professional courses, but analytical studies of this phenomenon have to be made. The record indicates very few beneficiaries of scholarship offered by Govt. In 2003-2004. Rs 1.04 lakhs was distributed to SC/St students through scholarships.
The Alumni Association formed in the College in 2004- 05 started showing interest in doing some developmental works in the campus. The College has a career counselling cell under the care of a faculty member to guide and inform students about employment/career opportunities. No record is maintained of students getting through GATE/Civil Services.
The institution is yet to collect student feedback on their campus experience but plans to initiate the process. Self- appraisal reports from faculty members are collected and examined by the Principal who communicates with the individual staff in case of need. The record of achievements of the outgoing students is not maintained at present.
Criterion VI: Organization and Management
The College is managed by the Governing Body constituted by the Director of Higher Education, Orissa, as per Non-Govt Colleges under Orissa Education (Estt.Recognition and Management of Private Colleges/Private Junior Colleges/Higher Secondary Schools) Amendment Rules 2001. The Governing Body is constituted with 15 members. At present the Sub-Divisional Collector is the President of the Governing Body of the College. The Principal is the ex-officio Secretary of the Governing Body who is responsible for the implementation of the various policy decisions. A number of Committees have been constituted by the Principal to look after the various activities of the College. A special committee prepares the Academic Calendar of the College. Senior faculty members are engaged by the Principal to monitor the functioning of the affairs of the College. The institution encourages faculty members to participate in the Refresher/Orientation courses, seminars, conferences, etc. and deputes non-teaching staff for professional training in accounts, computer, and office management.
The Service Selection Board constituted by the Govt. of Orissa recruits teachers. However, in case of exigency the Governing Body makes ad hoc appointments as per norms laid down by the University.
The quantum of tuition fee is under the control of Govt. Marginal increase of fees in other items has been made by the Management during the last two years. Internal auditors audit the Receipts and expenditure of the College. The purchase committee purchases major items by calling for quotations. The College authorities have extended help to the employees in getting loans for different purpose from banks. The Employees Provident Fund benefit has also been introduced.
Welfare programmes of the College are in the form of donations towards physically handicapped students, playground for public utility, MPLAD (BPB) building for community centre, Mandir, and the formation of a co-operative society. The College has instituted 32 prizes to be awarded to the students under various categories.
One member of the faculty is in charge of the grievance redressal cell. The College has also taken measures to generate resources by way of selling cashew and coconut produced in its campus. Financial assistance received from MPLAD fund and from other sources also helped the College in its growth. However, for a College with 46 years of standing the laboratories need to be equipped better.
Criterion VII: Healthy Practices
The Peer Team observed the following healthy practices.
The College shows fair sensitivity to the changing social demands in higher education and is willing to strengthen the academic programmes by introducing application oriented subjects and accordingly introduced subjects like Instrumentation as a vocational course with financial assistance form the UGC and a Certificate Course in Computers as a joint venture of the State Govt. and Computer Point.
By teaching Indian culture to the students of all streams, the College imparts value-based education.
The Departments maintain a lesson plan and unit tests are conducted regularly.
The teaching staff are well qualified with about 30 of them acquiring higher qualifications.
They have executed three Minor Research Projects.
The College deputed faculty members for training arranged by the National Literary Mission
The College has instituted a number of 'Endowment Prizes' which are given to meritorious students.
The College has a well-maintained garden.
The NSS volunteers extended help to the victims of the super cyclone and carried out relief works.
The NCC cadets of the College have utilized their training imparted in the College to find suitable placements.
The College has initiated internal resource generation by selling its horticultural/agricultural products.
The Grievance redressal cell has been initiated
Various sub-committees are formed for a transparent functioning of the institution.
The College brings out its College Magazine regularly and thus gives opportunity to the students to display their creativity.
The Bursar system helps better academic monitoring.
The Department of History has brought out a Souvenir.
Section 3: Overall Analysis
The Peer Team went through the Self-Study Report submitted by Kshetrabasi D.A.V. College, Nirakarpur, and made a physical verification of the infrastructure and academic facilities. The Team interacted with the Principal, members of the faculty, administrative staff, students, parents, and alumni. The College is located in Nirakarpur, a Gram Panchayat. The College seeks to fulfil the aspirations for higher education of the marginalized sections living in the less developed rural areas of the State of Orissa. The institution has won the respect of the community around during these 46 years of its existence by its pursuit of training the students for their careers and in value orientation. The commendatory aspects of institution, as the Peer Team has observed, are as follows:
Systematic imparting of instruction by experienced senior faculty
Utilization of sources of funding from the UGC
Mobilising resources by tapping funding from the Local Area Development funds of legislators to pave the way for the future horizontal growth of the College.
Conduct of tests and assignments according to the time frame prescribed to promote systematic learning
Committees at various levels to ensure transparency
The bringing out of the College Magazine to promote student creativity
Village adoption by the NSS and fairly extensive activities of the NCC and other organisations.
The establishment of the UGC Networking Resource Centre and the utilization of UGC funding for the construction of a Girls' Hostel
The attempts to utilize UGC research grants
While the institution is registering its progress satisfactorily in a competitive though rural environment, for the future growth of the College, a few suggestions are made:
Though seventeen members of the teaching staff have been awarded the Ph.D. Degree, publications in the last five years have been somewhat limited and confined to just limited number of the staff. Hence the departments must be motivated to take up Major / Minor research projects funded by the UGC and other organisations for sustaining their interest in research and for drawing upon the benefits of inter-relatedness of teaching and research.
A Research Development Committee may be constituted for overseeing the research activity of the faculty.
A Quality Assurance Cell may also be created to review from time to time the quality measures to be initiated
The use of the new education technology gadgets must be encouraged in the classroom and the teachers must motivate themselves in that direction.
During its forty-six years of existence, the College has only a limited number of degree
programmes. It is time for the College now to launch on expansion activity on a high priority basis.
The proposed expansion may take note of the needs and aspirations of the people of the catchment area of the institution. Courses in Management, Computer Science, Horticulture, and Environmental Science could be gradually introduced.
It is suggested that short-term Diploma courses and a degree courses in Journalism could also be thought of.
Laboratory infrastructure improvement may have to be given immediate priority for imparting the appropriate skills to the students.
UGC funding for short-term courses, remedial coaching, and instrumentations acquisition may be applied for. Appropriate defensive proposals mat be prepared as a collaborative task to convince funding agencies.
Departments may be encouraged to organise seminars in respective subjects to help talented students acquire a critical sensibility.
Coaching for competitive examinations may be started. The UGC funding for this may be applied for.
The Computer Centre may be expanded and short-term courses may be designed for the students and teaching and non-teaching staff.
Greater use of the computers may be made in the Library and the College Office.
The Library may strengthen its journals acquisition.
The Alumni Association may be strengthened and encouraged to build up active collaboration with the College.
Remedial coaching may be extended to all subjects and pre-coaching and post-coaching testing may be devised and administered.
More well defined career planning and development programmes may be devised.
The various departments may launch extension activity, subject-related as well as socially oriented.
To provide scope for the display of student talent and to promote their general knowledge a monthly student bulletin may be brought out covering contemporary world trends.
The grievance redressal mechanism may be strengthened to function as a semi-autonomous unit in the institution
A comprehensive group insurance scheme for the staff and the students may be introduced
The UGC and the Ministry of Youth Affairs may be approached for a multi-gym and the Physical Education Department may be strengthened by providing sufficient funds
The government may be urged to provide special funding for protecting, developing, physically and ecologically, the land at the disposal of the College.
Unless there is a more progressive Government policy and due and timely constitution of Management Committees, it is not easy to plan the accelerated development of Colleges.
The Peer Team expresses its thankfulness to the Principal, the faculty, non-teaching staff, students, parents, and alumni for their whole-hearted cooperation during its visit to the institution. The Principal, duly supported by the Coordinator of the Steering Committee and various other constituents, has contributed to the consolidation of the strengths of the institution during the short period he has been in this institution. The Peer Team hopes that continued concern for the institution and its goals by the publics will lead the College to greater success.
Prof. Ashish Roy, Chairman
Prof. Mrigen Das, Member
Prof. C.R.Visweswara Rao, Member
Prof. Purna Chandra Sinha, Principal
Date: 17th November 2005
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