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Aurangabad College for Women, Aurangabad, Maharashtra
Aurangabad College for Women, Aurangabad, Maharashtra
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Navkhanda Bhadkal Gate, Dr.Ambedkar Road, Jublee Park
Aurangabad (District Aurangabad)
Aurangabad College for Women, Aurangabad Maharashtra is a recognised institute / college. Aurangabad College for Women, Aurangabad Maharashtra was established on / in 1990.
Aurangabad College for Women is situated in Aurangabad of Maharashtra state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Aurangabad comes under Aurangabad Tehsil, Aurangabad District.
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Approval details: Aurangabad College for Women is affiliated with Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad
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NAAC report of Aurangabad College for WomenSECTION 1: INTRODUCTION
Aurangabad College for Women was established in 1990 by the Maulana Azad Education Society that promoted 14 other educational institutions in various fields. To begin with, it was started as a separate ladies section of Maulana Azad College of Arts, Science and Commerce. Consequent to the bifurcation of this college in 1990, the ladies section emerged as an independent college in the name of Aurangabad College for Women. Minority status was accorded to this college in 2003 only. The college has UGC recognition both under 2f and 12 B and is permanently affiliated to Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad. The college receives grant-in-aid from the State Government.
The college campus, spread over an area of 2.5 acres , is located in the heart of Aurangabad town in the Marathwada Region of Maharashtra State. It is equipped with airy and furnished classrooms, well-equipped laboratories, library and indoor and outdoor sports facilities.
The college has become first of its kind in this backward region of Marathwada by imparting education in Arts faculty through English Medium. Initially the college offered undergraduate programme only in Arts faculty. Science faculty at undergraduate level was started in the year 1995, subsequently postgraduate Course in Chemistry was introduced in 2000. The college also introduced job-oriented courses like Computer Science, Analytical Chemistry, Home Science and MS-CIT.
In the academic year 2003-04 it admitted a total of 685 students. There are 19 permanent teachers and 21 on consolidated payment or Clock Hour Basis, taking the total teaching staff to 37. Among the permanent faculty, 9 are Ph.D. holders and 2 M.Phil. degree holders. A team of 36 non-teaching staff helps in running the administration of the college smoothly.
Aurangabad College for Women, Aurangabad volunteered for institutional accreditation by National Accreditation and Assessment Council (NAAC), Bangalore and submitted its self-study report in September 2003. NAAC constituted a Peer Team comprising of Prof. Hemlata Swarup, former Vice Chancellor of Kanpur University as Chairperson, Prof. Mamata Satapathy, UGC Emeritus Fellow, Department of Physics, Utkal University, Bhubaneswar and Prof. N.V. Narasimham, School of Management Studies, IGNOU, New Delhi as members, with Dr. Jagannath Patil, Assistant Advisor, NAAC as coordinator. Peer Team visited the college for two days on 19th and 20th December, 2003 to assess the institution for accreditation. The Peer Team carefully perused and analysed the self-study report submitted by the college. During institutional visit, the Peer Team went through all the relevant documents, visited the departments and all infrastructural facilities in the college, interacted at length with the Principal, teaching faculty, staff, students, parents, management and alumni of the college. Based on the above exercise and keeping in mind the seven criteria identified by NAAC, the Peer Team has taken up the task of assessment and accreditation of the College.
SECTION 2: CRITERION-WISE ANALYSIS
Criterion I : Curricular Aspects
The Aurangabad College for Women has six science and seven humanities departments which offer under graduate courses leading to B.A and B.Sc. degrees, one post graduate course in Chemistry leading to M.Sc. degree and one Certificate course MS-CIT in Information Technology. Seven optional subjects English, Urdu, Hindi, History, Economics, Political Science and Home Science in Arts Faculty, and seven optionals Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology, Mathematics, Analytical Chemistry and Computer Science in Science Faculty. Altogether 21 combinations of these optionals are available to B.A and B.Sc students. English language is compulsory for both the streams in under graduate courses. In addition to this, the students have to take another language course out of four choices Urdu, Hindi, English and Marathi. It is really appreciated that inspite of being a young institution, it has introduced undergraduate job oriented courses in Home Science, Computer Science (self-financing), Analytical Chemistry (self-financing) and a certificate course MS-CIT in Information Technology. These career-oriented courses are in great demand among the students. The college also offers a short-term course of three months duration in Computer Science for the students of Arts Faculty under interdisciplinary approach.
The college, being affiliated to Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, has to follow the syllabi and curricula prescribed by it. The curricula framed by the University for undergraduate courses are neither modularly structured nor multidisciplinary in nature. Although some teachers serve as members of the Board of Studies of the University in different subjects, they have very little scope to frame and design the curricula specific for this college in keeping with its goal and mission. However, the college tries to achieve its goal through regular teaching programmes supplemented by co-curricular and extra curricular activities and through its own unique socio-educational ethos, suited to a minority women's institution wherein the mass of students come from socially backward backgrounds. The regulations of the University do not have provision for flexibility in time frame and horizontal mobility. Although reasonable number of subjects are available as elective options, no subject is available as non-core option.
The college has attempted to obtain feed back from academic peers by inviting a Peer Committee consisting of senior faculty members of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar University. The suggestions of this committee have been implemented.
The college has implemented the new syllabi as recommended by the UGC. As expected, the laboratory practice, project and fieldwork form a part of the science curricula, however, there is no such provision in the humanities curricula. It is desirable that field and project work should be introduced in the latter.
It is nice to note that the college is quite aware of the plight of the students in building their career in this highly competitive era. Realising this the college has set up coaching centres for Medical Entrance and SET/NET and running Gandhi Computer Centre.
Criterion II : Teaching-learning and Evaluation
The students are given admission on the basis of the academic record of the last qualifying examination, as per the University regulations. The Admission Committee looks after the whole process of admission, and strictly adheres to the norms of eligibility laid down by the University. The reservation rules of the Maharashtra Government are also strictly followed.
Most of the students joining the undergraduate courses had their previous education in the medium of Urdu and Marathi. As such they find it hard to cope with English medium of instruction in the college. So the college organises Bridge courses in English to help the students in raising their English standard. Appropriate Remedial courses are also offered to academically weak students to improve their knowledge and skill. The Heads of the concerned departments along with the faculty members conduct such courses. The College also caters to the advanced learners by giving extra assignments, providing more books, etc.
The College follows annual system of examination for undergraduate courses and semester system for postgraduate courses, as stipulated by the University. Keeping this in view, the syllabi for all the subjects are unitised and a teaching plan is drawn up at the beginning of the academic session. The teachers prepare their teaching plans, and submit to the Principal through the Heads of the respective departments. At the end of every month, the Principal calls a meeting of the teaching staff to examine whether the teaching is conducted as per the plan or not. Backlog portions of the syllabi, if any, are completed through extra classes. The teachers ensure proper implementation of the academic plans. Every teacher maintains an academic diary supplied by the university, which is monitored by the college Principal.
The academic calendar containing the teaching schedule, and tentative dates for holding unit tests as well as terminal examinations are displayed on the notice board at the beginning of the academic session. Academic Calendar prepared by the college may be improved by incorporating exact dates of examinations, mode of evaluation dates of publication of results in consultation with the university, and other academic matters in detail and distribute the same to all students at the beginning of the year.
Apart from the traditional method of classroom teaching, teachers also use teaching aids like charts, maps, models, slide projectors, etc. In this technological era use of modern computer aided teaching methods and audio-visual aids may make the lectures more effective and interesting. It is nice to note that the college has a Hall with a computer to prepare transparencies, question papers, notes and CDs.
There is a central library in the college. However, departmental libraries may be more helpful to both teachers and students. This is necessary to create an academic atmosphere in the department itself. In order to promote the library use habit among the undergraduate students, the college should allow an open access system to them. It is also recommended that many of the books kept at a great height are removed from there and kept at accessible heights to girls. This will promote better and more informed use of the library.
There are 19 permanent full-time and 21 temporary teachers on consolidated pay or clock hour basis. Out of them 19 are women and the rest are male teachers. The workload for full time teachers is about 16-20 hours per week. In addition, on an average, the teachers spend about two-three hours a day on committees pertaining to academic and administrative matters of the college and student guidance. The college functions for 229 days in a year out of which 170 days are devoted to teaching. The college has the capability to have classes as per UGC stipulation but unforeseen events at times make it difficult for the college to keep working on certain days. The full time faculty takes about 67% of the classes. It is observed that in many departments like Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science, etc., there are no permanent teachers and teaching is entirely carried out by part-time teachers.
The recruitment of teachers is made as per the norms prescribed by UGC, Maharashtra State Government and Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University. The selection is made strictly on merit basis by the candidate's academic record and interview performance. New posts of full time teachers are created by the Joint Director of Higher Education, Aurangabad Division on the basis of excess workload. During the last two years the college has appointed five teachers, out of which two are from other states. If the need arises, the college can appoint teachers on temporary/clock hour/ adhoc basis on consolidated salary paid from college funds.
The college teachers are encouraged to attend seminars, workshops, conferences, refresher courses, etc., to develop their academic capabilities. During the last two years 10 teachers of the college participated in national seminars, conferences and workshops and four in International seminars. The college has organised some regional level workshops in both science and arts subjects. It is appreciable that Departments like Political Science, English, Urdu, Botany and Zoology have held student seminars and have forums like Social-Science Forums for them.
In order to strengthen the teaching-learning process, the college follows the Self-Appraisal method to evaluate the performance of the teachers in teaching, research and other activities. The college has introduced the Performance Appraisal of the teachers by the students from the year 2002-2003.
Criterion III: Research, Consultancy and Extension
Teachers of Aurangabad College For Women, even though it is predominantly an undergraduate College, are involved in some active research. Teachers from Political Science, Urdu, English, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology departments are active in research. There are three recognised research guides, one each in Political Science, English and Urdu under whom as many as eleven students have registered for Ph.D. Even in its curricula also some departments include provision for project work by students. Further, the College encourages the teachers to carry out research work for M. Phil and Ph.D. degrees by granting study leave. Out of 19 permanent and 21 temporary teachers, nine have Ph.D., and two have M. Phil Degrees.
College has a Research Advisory Committee consisting of five members, with Principal as the Chairman, to examine various research proposals and forward them to appropriate agencies for funds. So far 14 teachers have been awarded Minor Research Projects by UGC and two teachers have also received projects from Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar University. It is pleasing to note that the college has received research grant of Rs.3.84 lakhs under Minor Research Project scheme of UGC during the last three years. In addition, it has also received a grant of Rs.3 lakhs under COSIP and COHSSIP programmes of UGC.
The college undertakes various extension activities like, AIDS Awareness programme, Blood donation camp, blood group test, anti-tobacco campaign tips on women's health and dental care, national integration, environment, etc. It is nice to note that the college participates in seminars and conferences aimed at strengthening communal harmony and brotherhood. This is in tune with the secular ethos of the parent society, named after the great educationist, Maulana Azad and chaired by a well known nationalist Dr. Rafiq Zakaria. Working with various NGO's and GO's, it strives to promote peace, harmony and amity among various communities.
Criterion IV : Infrastructure and Learning Resources
The College campus, stretched over an area of 2.5 acres in the heart of Aurangabad town, consists of 33 fully furnished class rooms, well equipped laboratories, indoor and outdoor sports facilities, canteen, health centre, botanical garden, library, staff rooms, students common room and P.C.O. There is also a central sports complex, known as 'Nawal Tata Sports Complex', to be used by various colleges managed by the Maulana Azad Education Society. The Managing Committee of the College plans well in advance to augment the infrastructure to keep pace with the academic growth of the college. Infrastructural renovations and repairs are taken up, as and when required, on contract basis. There is no Central Workshop or the Centre for Instrumentation as local expertise is hired as and when required. The College has an annual maintenance contract with a local agency to maintain its computers. The college permits other educational institutions and governmental agencies to use its infrastructural facilities for organizing academic activities like competitive examinations, sports, seminars, training camps, etc.
The College library is consisting of 18,827 books, Research Journals 15, periodicals/magazines11 and 18 daily newspapers in Urdu, Marathi, English and Hindi and a few audio/video cassettes. It is open between 9.00 a.m. to 6.00 p. m. on six days in a week. There is a book bank facility in the library with 2558 books for lending to poor and needy students. The Library Advisory Committee coordinates and monitors the library functioning. The operations of the library are yet to be computerized and reprographic facility is to be arranged. The library needs to promote the open-access system to undergraduate students and keep books at accessible height for the girls.
There is no central computing facility in the college, but there are 30 PCs in the college located in the administrative office and few departments' like Departments of Computer Science, Physics, Chemistry, etc. These computers are maintained by M/s. Edge Integrators, Mumbai under the annual maintenance contract. Staff members are encouraged to learn computer skills by joining MS-CIT course available on the campus.
First aid facility is available in the Department of Chemistry and Department of Home Science. There is hostel facility available in the college campus, but there is no demand for it .
The college has facilities for indoor games like chess, carroms, table tennis, etc., and outdoor games such as kho-kho, kabaddi, badminton, etc. Students also can use the facilities in the Naval Tata Sports Complex. Outstanding sports persons are encouraged by relaxation in attendance, fee concessions, special tutorial classes, sports kits, etc. Despite conservative restraints, one student participated in the State Level Judo Competition, three students participated in national level Debating Competition and State Level Quiz Competition. Students are also taken on educational tours for, plant collection, animal collection, Industrial tours, educational tours and excursions.
Criterion V: Student Support and Progression
Among the students joining the under graduate programme, around 58% of them progress from first year to third year and 42% drop out before the final year examinations. Apart from the difficulty of change of medium from Urdu/ Marathi/ Hindi to English at the B.A./ B.Sc. level, the early marriage syndrome in the minority community the dropout from 1st to 3rd year is considerable, but those who survive are the ones who get the best from the College. However, there is noticeable variation from year to year in the progression rate. For instance, it is 68% progression for 2000-03 batch as against 50% for 1999-02 batch. In 2000-03 batch, out of 116 students who appeared in the final year examinations, 91 students passed and 33 of them secured first division. Similarly in 1999-02 batch, only 29 passed and 8 secured first division out of the 128 who appeared in Final year examination. In the case of Postgraduate students, though progression from 1st year to 2nd year is satisfactory, the pass percentage in final examinations is very disappointing. Out of 25 students joined in June 2001 in the 1st year PG course, 22 students appeared in the final year examinations in 2003 out of which only two passed. Similarly, out of 30 students who joined in the first year in June 2000, 23 students appeared in final year examinations and only 7 passed. The college is yet to organise systematic feedback on the progression of its students in the higher studies and employment market.
As there is no demand for admissions from the overseas students, the college has not prepared admission criterion for foreign students.
The college publishes updated prospectus every year, with all details regarding courses offered, rules and regulations for admission, fee structure, academic calendar, scholarships and freeships, library membership, rules for admission in hostel, etc. Any other information needed by the students is provided, from time to time, through placing circulars on the notice board. College also publishes the College Magazine every year with the active participation of the students and teachers. The college also intimates its policies and programmes through advertisements in the local press, and placing circulars on the notice board.
There are various schemes of financial assistance to students such as State Government freeships to economically weak students, GOI scholarships to SC/ST students, student aid fund, etc., to support the needy students. 61 students (8.9%)were benefited from these schemes in 2002-03, while 100 students (18.4%) were benefited in 2001-02.
The College has an Employment and Placement Cell which needs further strengthening, but teachers provide personalized counselling to needy students. The college runs a MH-CET Guidance Centre to help the students in UGC, NET/SET examinations. The Alumni Association, which is formed recently in 2003, is preparing its action plans to extend support to the college.
Students actively participate in various co-curricular and recreational activities such as games and sports, essay writing, debates, annual cultural programme, etc. Similarly, Discipline based student forums also organise various activities by involving the students.
Criterion VI: Organisation and Management
The college has an efficient coordination and management system. The overall functioning of the college is monitored by the Maulana Azad Education Society. Aurangabad through the Local Governing Council constituted as per the Maharashtra University Act. 1994. The day to day functioning of the College is coordinated and monitored by the Principal through various committees comprising of the staff members. To improve the organisation and management of this college, a three member external committee was constituted in 2000-2001 and its recommendations were implemented.
An Academic Calendar Committee, with the Principal as Chairman and three Heads of Departments as members, prepares the academic calendar of the college at the beginning of the academic session. There is an Examination Cell, with reprographic facility, to make all arrangements for conducting internal unit tests and term examinations of the college.
The College office functions under the guidance of the office Administration Committee consisting of three senior teachers and Office Superintendent for professional development of non-teaching staff, computer training programme was organised.
The fee collected by the college for all the programmes, other than the self-financing courses, is as per the University guidelines. Students of both B.A. and B.Sc. have to pay a total fee of Rs.1112/- per annum for three years alongwith Rs.50/- admission fee in the 1st year. Annual fee for the Self-financing B.Sc. Computer Science is Rs. 3312/- while it is Rs. 6400/- for self-financing M. Sc. Chemistry. The budgeted expenditure of the College during 2002-03 was Rs. 83,46,456/- for which the college received salary grant of Rs.80,23,402/- and non-salary grant of Rs.NIL from the State Government as grant-in-aid, fee collection Rs. 2,39,123/- and contribution from the Management Account Rs.7,80,439/-. Maulana Azad Education Society and the Local Governing Council meet expenses, whenever needed, for the developmental activities. An independent auditor audits the accounts of the College every year.
There is a Grievance Redressal Cell to deal with this grievances of employees and students. Principal and the Local Governing Council also attend to the grievances, if necessary.
Employees Co-operative Credit Society of the college, Staff Association and Teachers Welfare Society organise various welfare activities for the teachers and non-teaching staff.
Criterion VII: Healthy Practices
The Aurangabad College For Women, established by the Maulana Azad Education Society has fully imbibed the nationalist and secular ethos of its founder Dr. Rafiq Zakaria, who established the society after the name of the great nationalist, secularist and educationist, Maulana Azad. This is also in consonance with the composite culture prevalent in the Aurangabad region which saw a flowering of the sufi-saint tradition in the medieval period itself.
The Maulana Azad Education Society established this college for women with very specific goal and mission of empowering women in general, and minority women in particular, and has been able to imbibe great self-confidence and leadership quality in various fields by equipping them with basic skills at the undergraduate level that have proved useful for them.
The College has devised a mechanism to check internal quality audit round the year. Paper-wise analysis of results of University Exams, earmarking of weaker and promising students and intensification of academic exercise to yield better results. The teaching plans prepared in the beginning of the session and monitored monthly by the Principal adds to regular and quality teaching. Peer Committee Assessment by a team from the affiliating Universities also commendable.
Bridge Courses in English for students coming from the Urdu/Marathi medium at +2 level, and Remedial Courses for weaker and Enrichment Courses for promising advanced learners are to be appreciated.
As an urban college it is sensitized to latest educational and managerial concepts such as planning, policy formulation, computerization and training to keep abreast of recent developments which help in eradicating social backwardness and career development and empowerment of women through higher education.
Career advancement and faculty development have been taken up by quite a number of teachers, thus raising the total teaching quality in the college and creating a research and knowledge- seeking ethos both among the teachers and students.
In consonance with the mission of the college to help economically weak students for career advancement, the college has set up Gandhi Computer Centre, coaching centres for Medical Entrance Test, SET & NET. This really is appreciable.
Research culture among many departments even though these are only undergraduate departments is appreciable.
Self-appraisal by teachers and starting student appraisal is appreciable.
That many entering burqua-clad girls in their later years enter the mainstream and drive two-wheelers is a pleasurable experience and proves that education here is an instrument of positive change, as envisaged by the Kothari Commission and the Maulana Azad Education Society.
SECTION 3: OVERALL ANALYSIS
The Peer Team, after carefully going through the self-study report and visiting various academic units and physical facilities, is impressed by its growth and development during the short tenure of its existence. The college that started with only Arts faculty and 300 girl students on its rolls in the year 1991, has now developed into a full-fledged institution of higher learning having both Arts and Science Faculties at under graduate and postgraduate levels with about 700 students at present. It can take legitimate pride in educating and bringing out several thousands of burkha clad girls from backward regions of Marathwada to the main stream of life and education, which was amply demonstrated at the time of Alumni meet when well placed and professional career oriented women interacted with the Peer Team.
The Peer Team would like to commend the institution for the following aspects:
considerable progress in achieving its goal and mission of empowerment and emancipation of women of Marathwada region, especially from minority community,
introduction of career oriented undergraduate course in Home Science, two self-financing courses one each in Computer Science and Analytical Chemistry and a Self-Financing Certificate course M.S-CIT in Information Technology,
setting up of Gandhi Computer Centre, coaching centres for Medical Entrance Test, State Eligibility Test (SET) and National Eligibility Test (NET),
receipt of sizable grant from UGC under Minor Research Project Scheme , COSIP and COHSSIP,
extension activities for promotion of national integration and communal harmony, and literacy drive among the women folk,
special endeavor for the improvement of communication skill and numerical skill of the students,
promotion of research culture among students and teachers,
introduction of Performance Appraisal of teachers by the students from the current year,
admission of students from other states,
recruitment of teachers from other states, and
no family members but academicians from various fields are members of the Managing/ Governing Committee.
While the Peer Team appreciates the over all mission of the college in imparting quality education, the Team would like to bring to the attention of the college certain concerns for its consideration.
The team is extremely concerned about the large drop out rate, as high as 67% in some courses, this was however, explained due to two major factors: change of medium to English and the early marriage syndrome of the minority community. The entire college community should interact more with parents/ guardians and alumni to enlighten them in the interest of the future of their wards.
The college should start postgraduate programmes in the existing Faculties. The college may also seriously think of introducing Commerce Faculty and more Vocational Courses in Bio-technology, Mass communication and Journalism, Fashion Technology, Environmental Science and Business Management, Electronics and Instrumentation, Music, Drama and Performing Arts, etc.
Library is the nerve centre of activity in any educational institution. Therefore, physical arrangements of books in the library must be user friendly through an open-access system. Library should procure more books, particularly in Computer Science, Mathematics, Zoology, Physics, Home Science and Hindi. Library operations should be computerized and facilities like Internet must be more accessible. It is felt that this should be computerized at the earliest.
The college should strengthen employment cell to offer career counselling and assistance for self-employment.
The sports facility needs to be increased and appointment of a woman Director of Physical Education must be explored.
The College should evolve mechanism to get feed back from the students on the over all function of the College in general and effectiveness of learning process in particular.
The College should take step to appoint permanent full-time faculty for departments like Physics, Computer Science, Mathematics, History, etc.
The College should establish some linkages with Institutes higher learning within the State as well as outside the State. Study tours may be arranged to these Institutes in order to broaden the horizon of the students and teachers also.
The College should provide hostel facilities to students coming from outside.
Alumni Association needs to be strengthened by involving them in different developmental activities of the college.
Since the College is located in an urban area it should try to establish College industry-neighborhood interaction, which will enhance the employment prospects of the students.
Special efforts may be taken to improve communication skills in English (both written and spoken). In this direction, the College is advised to establish Language Laboratories, and Multi-media projection facilities to improve upon the teaching pedagogy. The class room teaching may be made more effective and efficient by using more modern audio-visual aids like OHP, LCD, slide projector, models and charts.
The college should approach the State Sports department for financing the College for better playgrounds and appoint coaches for different games. The College could approach Sports authority of India also for the sanction of grants for the construction of a multi-purpose gymnasium hall. Appointment of women Director of Physical Education may be explored.
Career guidance and counselling may be further strengthened by organizing coaching classes for outgoing graduates preparing them for competitive examinations and for further studies and employment.
The College should make efforts with the UGC and Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University to establish a women's studies cell in the college and later take initiative to introduce women's studies as an optional subject at the undergraduate level.
The Peer Team wishes to place on record its appreciation for the sincere efforts by the Principal, Management, Teaching Faculty and Non-teaching Staff in undergoing the Assessment and Accreditation Process systematically. Co-operation by Principal Dr.Mohammed Umar, Coordinator Mr. Haseeb Ahmed and their team at the time of actual visit deserves a special mention.
Team wishes a bright future to this college.
Prof. Hemlata Swarup,
Prof. Mamata Satapathy,
Prof. N.V. Narasimham,
Dr. Mohammed Umar
Aurangabad College For Women
Navkhanda, Jubilee Park
Aurangabad - 431 001(M.S.)
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