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Government College of Education, Aurangabad, Maharashtra


Government College of Education, Aurangabad, Maharashtra
Address:Plot No : 18319
Railway Station Road, Padma-pura
Aurangabad (District Aurangabad)
Maharashtra, India
Pin Code : 431005

Government College of Education, Aurangabad Maharashtra is a recognised institute / college. Government College of Education, Aurangabad Maharashtra is managed by Society: Ministry of Higher & Tech Education Govt of Maharashtra, Mantralaya Mumbai, Deptt of Higher Education, Maharashtra State, Pune-012. Government College of Education, Aurangabad Maharashtra was established on / in 1954 or 1970.

Government College of Education 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.

Fax # of Government College of Education, Aurangabad Maharashtra is +91-240-2334840.

Residence Phone No(s) of concerned peron(s) of Government College of Education, Aurangabad Maharashtra is (are) : 0240-2334141.

email ID(s) is Government College of Education Aurangabad Maharashtra

Website of Government College of Education, Aurangabad Maharashtra is http://iaseaurangabad.org/.

Additional Information about Government College of Education, Aurangabad Maharashtra is : Date of Submission : 16/07/2010, Friday 3:55 PM
Teacher Education Institution Registration Details
Reference ID : WMHABDIN-1757
TAN. No : NSKG01721-G

NACC Accredited : Yes
--NCTE NACC Grade : A
--Year of NACC Accredation : 2004
Minority : No
--Minorty Type : NA
--Religion : NA
--Language : NA
Location college/institution : Urban
Located in : institusional
Building Type : Its own campus
Total Area(Sq.Mts.) : 630000
Total Built up Area(Sq.Mts.) : 16398
Nature of land holding : Ownership
Type of Land(Lease) : Private
Construction completed Date : 15/05/2009
Shared Campus Area :
Campus shared by : By Registration
Khasra No./Plot No./Survey No. : 18315, 18319
Revenue Village of the land : Aurangabad
Land is free from all encumbrances ? : Yes
Type of college/institution : Co-education college
Management of the college/institution : Government institution
Management of college/Institute :
Self Financed Course in University
Department/Contitutent Collage
Institution or its Managing society/body registered ? : No
Registration Act :
No. of Non Teaching Staff(Male) : 18
No. of Non Teaching Staff(Female) : 1
No. of Non Teaching Staff(Total) : 19
Area of Reading Room(Sq.Mts.) : 264
Seating Capacity : 130
Titles of Teacher Education(Library) : 7985
Books of Teacher Education : 20121
No.of Journals : 45
No of Encyclopedias(Library) : 723
Area of Lab : 80
No of Computers : 30
Internet Access ? : Yes
LAN : Yes
Availability of LCD Projector : Yes
Availability of OHP : Yes
Availability of TV : Yes
Availability of VCR : Yes

Name of Experiment(Psycho Lab) :
Intelligence, Attitude, Aptitude, Interest, Creativity, Mental Health, Inventories and tests, Manker Test, Kansan Halfman Concept formation test, Collins Draver Performance, Feature Profile test, Printer Patterson performance test of intelligence, Cornel cox performance test of intelligence, Pictorial complition, Vocational complition test, Bennete Tool, Dexterity test, Perin coordination test, Ishahara color blind test, Mechanical Ability test, Color Apttitude test, Eyehand coordinator test, SiZe and weight, Minnesota rate of manipulation test, Tweezer Dexterity test, Johnson Finger Dexterity test, Children Personality Questinior, Thematic Apperception Test, Adjustment inventory, Sinhas Comprehensive Anxiety test, Emotional Maturity Scale, Standard Progressive Matrices, Bine- Kamat test, Study Habit inventory, Wechsler Adult performance intelligence scale, Teacher values inventory, General Classroom, Achievement Test, 16 personality factor questionaire,

Name of Appratus(Psycho Lab) :
Mirror Drawing Appratus, Tachistoscope, Memory Drum, Steadiness tester, Whipple tracing Board, Whipple taping board, Mc Dougall Disc Appt., Electric Maze, Finger Maze, Minesota, Block packed test, Winking Glass appt, Reflex conditioning appt, Seguin Goddard Form board, Dearborn form board, Visual Spare perspective Appt, Techners Weight Box, Pyramid puzzle, Emotion Judging, Switch boards, Suggestion by progressive line, Maze clevetor, color progressive wheel, Ergograph, Aubert Type Diaphragm size constancy, Reaction time appts, Stop wathces, Error counter, Vernier Chronoscope, Impulse counter, Standard Square for countancy, Phi- phenomenon appts, Oli factometer, Simultaneous contrast appts, Cards for span of attention,Concept formation card, Cards for span of Apprehension, printed perception test cards, Overhead projector,Scentence quist mechanical appts,
Area of science Lab : 122

Physical Science Name Experiment : -
Name of Charts(Physical Science) : General Science through pictures, Physics through pictures, Physics for IXth class, Physics sets for 15 charts, Nitrogen cycle, Chemestry set of 15 charts, Teaching Section set of Ten, 7th Std Chemestry set of 6 charts, 8th std Physics set of 10 charts,

Name Experiment(Biological Science) : -
Name Charts(Biological Science) : Botanical charts, Charts of Indian Leaves,Plants, flowers and fruits, Set of BotanyCharts, Botany chart plastic, Hydra, etc, Human Skin, Human Skeleton, Chart of Human Sensory Organ , Chart of Circulatory system, Chart of Nervous system, General Sciency through pictures, Pictures of Scientists, Specimens of various Botanical & Zoological organisms.

Name Model(Biological Science) : 8 models.
Area of Lab(Language Lab) : 27

Name of Equipments(Language Lab) :
Gramophone, Recordplayer, Tape recorder, CD Player, CDs, Records, Cassettes, Head Phones,

Name of Charts(Language Lab) :
Kinds of Sentences, Prepositions, Kinds of verbs, Punctuation marks, Parts of speech, Voice-Atice and
passive, Various moods, Conversion of Sentences, Friendly letters
Indoor Game Area : 132

Indoor Game(D.Ed/B.Ed./M.Ed.courses) :
Table tennix, Chess, carrom, Badminton,

Outdoor Games(D.Ed/B.Ed./M.Ed.courses) :
Volley Ball, Cricket, Kabaddi, Khokho,
Area of Outdoor Games : 3899

Name & No. of Instruments(arts & carfts) : 0
Name Charts(arts & carfts) : 0
Name of Models(arts & carfts) : 0
Name of Instruments(Health and Physical...) : 2 Weight Machines, 4 Tapes,
No of Instruments(Health and Physical... ) : 0
Name Charts(Mathematics Resource Center) :
Pythogorus theorm, Square Charts, property charts, Geometrical Figures charts,
Name Model(Mathematics Resource Center) :
Geometrical Boxes, Cube Three
dimensional models about cube, cylinder,circles, etc.
Name of Instruments (Anatomy,Physiology... ) : Weight Machine, Tape,
Name of Charts (Anatomy,Physiology ...) : 0
Name of Equipments(Atheletic Care) : 0
Name of Charts(Atheletic Care) : 0

Name and No. of Instrumernts(Cultural Facility) :
Harmonium, Tabala, Mrudumgam, Dholaki, Kango, Banjo, Kathi, Ghungro, Kadi, Khul-khula,

Name & No. of Instruments(Athletics) :
Javelin for men-2, Javelin for wome-3, Discus-3, Shotput for men-5, Shot put for women-5, Marking drum-1, Hrudle-1, Relay batten-5, Elapper -1, Tape 15 meters-4, Take off board -1,
High jump pole -1, Cross bar -1 Size of Track(Athletics) : 0

Indoor Games(C.P.Ed/B.P.Ed./M.P.Ed.courses) :
Tabel Tennis- Table 3, Ball 50, Netstand 1, Rackets 4, Chess - boards-10, Carrom- carrom boards - 5, goats-20, Badminton - Pole-1, Net-2, Shuttle box-2,

Indoor Game[Area](C.P.Ed/B.P.Ed./M.P.Ed.courses) : 132
Outdoor Games(C.P.Ed/B.P.Ed./M.P.Ed.courses) :
Volley Ball - Net-2, Ball-2, Cricket- Cricket stumps-1, Ball-10, Bats -5, Foot Ball- Footballs-5, Bascket balls-3,

Area of Alloted Outdoor Games : 3899
Gym Facility for Women : No
Area of Men Gym(sq.Mts.) : 0
No of Stnations(men) : 0
Area of Women Gym :
No of Stnations(women) :
Mode of Salary : Cheque
Salary Transfer(Faculty) : Advice issued to bank in
Account Details of Bank (Salary) : 62102700848
Date of Opening of Bank A/c : 01/08/2009
Opening Balance : 0
Fees : 708590
Donation : 0
MISC : 8707967
Total Amount Receipts : 9416557
Expenditure Teacher Salary : 5346255
Expenditure Non Teacher Salary : 3175116
Expenditure Library : 50852
Expenditure Laboratory : 50000
Expenditure Furniture : 166104
Expenditure Misc : 327320
Total Expenditure : 9115647
Balance of Funds Available During Year : 300910
Name of Auditor/CA :
A.G. Nagpur for Aided and K.R.
Maniyar & Ass. for Self Finance
Address of Auditor/CA :
Nagpur, K.R. Maniyar and Ass, Rana
Bhavan, Padmapura, Aurangabad
Phone NO. : 07122549006

Teaching Faculty Details
Teacher id Designation
WMHABDTE-6862 Lecturer
WMHABDTE-6832 Lecturer
WMHABDTE-6867 Lecturer
SKEMPMTE-7471 Lecturer
WMHABDTE-6859 Lecturer
WMHABDTE-6857 Lecturer
WMHABDTE-6913 Lecturer
WMHABDTE-6824 Lecturer
WMHABDTE-6792 Director and Principal
WMHABDTE-6920 Lecturer
WMHABDTE-6811 Lecturer
SKAMYSTE-7443 Lecturer
WMHABDTE-6841 Lecturer
WMHBLDTE-1069 Asst. Professor

Composition of Society/Trust
Name Address.

Contact Details of Government College of Education, Aurangabad Maharashtra are : Telephone: +91-240-2334840


Government College of Education, Aurangabad Maharashtra runs course(s) in Teacher Training and Education stream(s).
D.Ed., B.Ed. (80 seats), M.Ed., Ph.D. in Education
Certificate Course in H/W and Networking

Approval details: Government College of Education is affiliated with Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad

Profile of Government College of Education

Govt. College of Education (I.A.S.E.) Aurangabad is one of the oldest and reputed teachers training institution. It is a N.A.A.C. ACCREDITED A Grade institution established in 1954. It is situated on its own campus of about 700 by 900 meters land. This institution is upgraded as an INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCED STUDIES IN EDUCATION (I.A.S.E.) by Ministry of Human Resources Development, New Delhi. Our training program enhances both written and spoken skills of the trainee teachers at the Under Graduate as well as Post Graduate level. Many of our students achieve high grades enabling them to enter some of the best institution in India.

Media coverage of Government College of Education, Aurangabad Maharashtra, Maharashtra

NAAC report of Government College of Education

The Government College of Education, Padampura, Aurangabad was established in 1954. The college is affiliated to Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad. The total teaching staff on roll in the college at present is 16, out of which 14 are permanent and 2 on adhoc basis. The teaching staff is constituted of Principal, 11 lecturers, 1 physical instructor, 1 craft instructor, 1 lab assistant and 1 librarian. The administrative staff is constituted of 1 head clerk and 4 junior clerks. There are 13 class IV employees. The College is co-educational and government funded. Both B.Ed. and M.Ed. pre-service courses are offered by the college. The college also has Center for the in-service B.Ed. and M.Ed. programmes offered by the YCMOU, Nashik. There are 80 students in B.Ed. pre-service, and 25 in M.Ed. pre-service. There are 36 students enrolled in B.Ed. in-service and 28 in M.Ed. in-service.The drop out rate in B.Ed. pre-service course was 2.56% and 7.5% in the years 2001-02 and 2002-03, respectively. The success rate was 100 % in B.Ed. in both the above mentioned years. The success rate in M.Ed. was 80%. The unit cost of education of the college is Rs. 53375 ( B.Ed. pre-service) and Rs. 1064 ( B.Ed. in-service). The college has annual academic calendar.

The college campus is spread over an area of 22 acres of land which is shared by Marathwada Shikshan Praserk Mandal's Deogiri college. The college has been upgraded as IASE during the 9th 5 year plan by the MHRD.

The criterion-wise assessment report is presented as follows.

Criterion 1: Curricular Design and Planning
Admission to one year B.Ed. course(2003-2004) has been done by Central Admission Committee constituted by the Director of Higher Education, Pune. Admissions to M.Ed. regular one year duration are done by the college on the basis of merit and interviews. Admissions to B.Ed. and M.Ed. courses of the YCMOU, Nasik are done on the bases of academic achievement, experience of teaching and personal interviews.

During the Academic Year ( 2002-2003) there were 244 total working days. Total Teaching Days( excluding field activity) were 162. Total pre-practice preparation Days were 40, Number of Practice Teaching Lessons conducted were 42. Assessment of Students' Knowledge and Skills for the programme after admission was done through content tests for methods and interviews for optional areas.

Bridge/Remedial Courses for educationally disadvantaged students were provided through Personal Guidance, Lesson Guidance, 'Shuddhalekhan' workshop, Tutorials and Preliminary tests prior to annual examinations.

Enrichment Programmes for the Advanced Learners were provided through Quiz, Micro-Teaching, Youth Festival, Competitions, Club Activities, Wall Papers, Seminar Methodology, Leadership Roles through Students Council and Annual Social Gathering. Encourgement of Faculty to prepare Courses is done through reframing the outline of the B.Ed. Curriculum , deciding the pattern of the question papers and unitwise distribution of the course components. The revision of the English Methodology Course is done as per communicative approach.

Year plans are prepared involving all the faculty members. Monitoring is done through six monthly staff meetings. Adequate opportunities are provided for expression of talents.

Institution Mission 'TAMSO MA JYOTIRGAMAY' and goals are realized through inculcation of social and ethical values, developing academically and professionally suitable human resources for the teacher training institutions, updating the in-service teachers, fostering the Research Competencies. The above mentioned goals are realized through in-depth interviews, talent search programmes, formation of clubs, youth festivals, club activities, tournaments, participation in games and sports and various competitions, annual social gathering, excursions, working with the community, internship programme, school experience programme, Magazine, wall papers, manuscripts, cultural activities, workshops on micro teaching, lesson planning, teaching aids, demonstration lessons, science experiments, psychology experiments, seminars, student council, practical on use of audio-visual aids, SUPW, festival Celebration, tutorials, practice teaching and teaching methodologies.

There is a healthy feedback mechanism offered on the various prgrammes. A new programme within the existing system is introduced within an appropriate time.

During the last three years M.Ed. (In-Service ) 2 year of YCMOU, Nashik, MSCIT 144 Clock Hour Computer Certificate Course, and M.Ed. ( Pre-Service ) 1 year were introduced.

Institution-school-community networking is done through various activities, namely, participation in the cultural programmes, social-educational survey, social interactions, extension programmes, blood donation camps, particapation in national programmes ( census, election, pulse polio campaigns), utilization of expertise from the community, opening the satellite down linking system for the community for live reception of various programmes like social awareness, women empowerment and A/V film..

Various strategies are adopted for the realization of inter-disciplinarity and multi-disciplinarity. Self learning is promoted through projects, seminars, tutorials, observation of lessons, preparation of A-V aids, workshops, SUPW, Community living camps, internship, and all the community activities and practicum, School experiences, 12 day internship programme, Community work- camps, case studies, action research, and adult education.

The Specified Goals and Objectives are realized through planned activities. The B.Ed. Results have been nearing 100% with about 80% students securing first class.

Criterion 2: Curriculum Transaction and Evaluation
The academic calendar developed by the institution is quite comprehensive. The interactivity is promoted through various methods. The institution has been found to promote the development and utilization of the Audio Visual aids and electronic media. The programmes, such as, CWCR, Gyan Darshan, Sahyadri are being utilized. The trainees use video camera, CCTV, Satellite down linking system in various curricular and co-curricular activities. They prepare and use various teaching aids. They were also found to maintain the equipment, such as, 16 m.m. film projector and gramophone record player.

A variety of modes are used for curriculum transactions in theory as well as method courses. The preparation for practice teaching is done systematically through Theory-Demonstration-Planning-Practice-Feedback model. The micro teaching skills are demonstrated and practiced significantly. The practice teaching in schools is done quite meaningfully. 1: 8 to 10 ratio for supervision is quite appropriate. The students also self evaluate one of the lessons delivered by them.

The evaluation methods are communicated to the students well in the beginning. The overall performance of students to ensure the achievement of the course objectives is done quite systematically and comprehensively.

During the previous two years, the teachers attended a number of seminars, conferences and workshops.

Confidential reports of the staff members are written on the basis of self appraisal and the same is communicated to them. No other teacher performance appraisal system has been found in practice.

One Refresher Course has been organized by the College attended by 40 participants. During the previous two years 2 staff members attended UGC orientation course, 4 attended UGC refresher course, 10 attended YCMOU B.Ed. Orientation course, whereas, 10 attended YCMOU M.Ed. Orientation course.

Some of the faculty members are on the Board of Studies of the YCMOU, Nashik. One of the teachers has been conferred Ideal Teacher Award. Another teacher has been conferred ' All India Dalit- Sahitya Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Teacher's Award. Recently the Principal has been awarded with best paper presentation on Higher Education for Rural Development.

The College has been found to have linkage with DPEP, Children Science Congress, Zilla Shikshan Mandal, SSC Board, Vocational Guidance Institute, SCERT, SIEM, Adult Education SRC, MIEPA,YCMOU, NCTE and ASC.

The institution provides opportunities to the trainees to strengthen the academic programmes through non-formal and distance modes.

Value based Education is imparted by the College through daily morning prayers, the paripatha, celebration of occasions and days, commemorating the anniversaries, educational excursions, social service camp, working with community camp, club activities, meetings and sports and games. The civic responsibilities are inculcated through pulse polio camps, blood donation camps, social service camps. The institution has been the winner of the Blood Donation Camps award number of times. The institution has also been winner of Youth Festival Award. Various physical, intellectual, emotional, social and cultural activities are organized by the institution for all round development of the trainees. The institution has been putting in efforts for providing community orientation and developing skills among the learners on learning to learn, communication skills and learning to work together as well as independently.

The College has been found to have a comprehensive and quality evaluation system both internal as well as external with respect to the various programmes offered.

The institution has local and national linkages for implementing the teacher training programmes for secondary teachers and refresher course for B.Ed. Faculty Members and ICT camps for the Principals and Teacher Educators of the region. The College is known for its extension services. The staff of the college has been providing guidance to the would be college teachers appearing for NET, SET tests and MPSC. Many of the faculty members are recognized PG teachers and are working as visiting faculty members of M.Ed. class in the Department of Education, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad.

Criterion 3: Research, Development and Extension
The institution promotes research in education at M.Ed. level both pre-service ( 25) and in-service (25). There is a duly constituted Research Committee. The institution motivates its teachers to take up research in education by adjustment in teaching schedule and providing secretarial support and other facilities. Seven of the staff members are Ph.D. holders, whereas, five of the staff members are pursuing their Ph.D. degrees. Some of the staff members have published papers and books.

The Principal of the College who is Chairman, Board of Studies in Education is working as a member of the Research and Recognition Committee constituted as per Marathwada University Act of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad. Some of the staff members are Members of the Board of Studies of BAMU, Aurangabad and YCMOU, Nashik.

There are 5 part time Research Scholars. During the previous 5 years 4 research scholars have been awarded Ph.D. The institution has a designated person for extension activities. Various extension activities are conducted.

The teachers and trainees are encouraged to participate in extension activities, such as, eradication of blind faith, vocational and educational guidance, hostel library facilities, running hostel mess, tree plantation, blood donation camps, working with community programmes, pulse polio mission and AIDs.

In-service teachers are encouraged by the college to do B.Ed. and M.Ed. through distance mode. Primary and Secondary Teachers in Aurangabad are oriented in the areas of innovative practices and action research. There are various capacity building programmes on different subjects.

The institution plans extension activities with Marathwada Vaidhanic Vikas Mandal, DPEP, SSC, SIEM, Adult Education, State Resource Centre, Divisional Vocational and Career Guidance Institute, DIET, MIEPA and NCERT.

The material development activities have been undertaken by the institution, such as, units in Marathi through PLM, Brochures of various activities, non-print materials as teaching aids, question banks, Journals, Schedules, files, necessary printed proformas useful for teaching and evaluation.

There is added focus on Action Research. The institution has been contributing to Children Science Congress and DPEP. The institution has two recognized Guide under whom 15 scholars are conducting their doctoral studies.

Criterion 4: Infrastructure and Learning Resources
The institution is the only institution in Maharashtra which has been upgraded as IASE. The College has started construction of the building of IASE with an estimated cost of Rupees 2 Crore, 19 lakh, 9 thousand and 98. It will be utilized for running various teacher education programmes both pre-service and in-service. The institution envisages to get recognition as Research Institution next year. Also, it is trying to become an autonomous institution. The college is also trying to develop various labs, library and hostels and construct staff quartes. The college has sent a proposal of Rs. 32 lakhs under the UGC scheme to assist the college.

The institution comes under 12 F and 2B of the university Act. The institution has linkages with various other institutions at the State and National levels. It facilitates the training, research, extension, orientation, and refresher courses in the field of teacher training.

The UGC and Marathwada Vaidhanic Vikas Mandal has agreed to extend the financial support for converting the library into e-library and equipping it with modern books and facilities, expansion of IT lab., and civil work. The SCERT, Pune has provided a financial support of Rs. 3.5 lakh for in-service courses for DIET teachers. UGC is providing full financial support for meeting the recurring expenditure.

Maintenance of this institution is done mainly by the Building and Construction Department , Govt. of Maharashtra. Augmentation of major infrastructural facilities is done by MVVM, District Planning Board and Central Government.

Attempts are made for the optimum utilization of the resources available, such as, library, halls, labs, hostels. There is sharing of resources with the other institutions. Efforts are being made to keep the campus beautiful and pollution free.

There is an advisory committee for the library. The library has book bank facility. The library is yet to be computerized. During the years 2001-2002 and 2002-2003, 88 and 217 learning resources have been added to the library with a cost of Rs. 11465 and Rs. 22849.60, respectively. The institution has been subscribing 17 Indian Journals. Total number of books in the library is 23687. The library has 291 working days from 10:30 a.m. to 5:45 p.m. The library services are also open on 2nd and 4th Saturdays and public holidays. Before and during examination the library opens from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The library is also accessible to the outsiders. The hostel library is open from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. and 8p.m. to 11 p.m. The hostel library is also accessible to the day scholars. The library has a photocopier and CDs. Also there are central library facilities.

There are computer facilities in the institution. Three computers ( PII: 2 and PIII: 1) , 2 DMPs, 1 inkjet printer and 1 MODEM are owned by the institution. The deemed service provider has provided one Server and 9 clients along with 2 DMPs, 1 inkjet printer and 1 MODEM connected to the LAN. The institution has software, namely, WINDOWS, MS Office, Marathi Software-APS, Shri Lipi, Winzip and Adobe Acrobat Reader.

The students are taught some units through CAI. They are shown lesson plans. Handouts processed on computers are given to them. Co-curricular programme agenda, manuscripts, wall papers are developed by trainees using computers. The computers are being used both for academic and administrative purposes. Maintenance of the computers is done by AMC through the financial assistance received from the YCMOU, Nashik.

The institution has various labs, such as, Psychology, Science, ET, Computer and work experience. It has reasonable learning resources and infra-structural facilities. The institution has two auditoriums. There are health service facilities available to the students.

There are various facilities available for sports and physical education. The institution encourages the trainees for participation in sports. During 2001-2002 one of the trainees played Hockey in the University team at regional level, whereas, another trainee participated in athletics during 2002-2003 at the State level.

SUPW and work experience is also functional in the college. The institution has a well furnished and equipped hostel for 100 students.

Criterion 5 : Student Support Progression
The college has a proven record of successful performance in the university examinations by the students. Some of the Alumni of the college are in prominent positions in the field of education. Financial aid is made available from central and state governments for student support progression.

Collective guidance is given by the subject teachers regarding preparation of assignments, projects etc.

There is no placement cell in the college.

The college has a fully functional Students' Council engaged in organizing formative and curricular activities. The college organizes one educational trip for the students every year. Recreational and leisure time facilities are available to the students who participate in indoor and outdoor games and nature club.

Criterion 6 : Organization And Management
The organisation and management of the institute is based on the principle of democracy.

The institute is running pre-service & in-service teachers training courses and also short term programs for in-service teachers. It has full freedom to appoint adhoc/temporary/guest teaching faculty.
The tuition fees has been increased during the past three years. There has been a reduction in the budget allocation of the college by the government.

The college observes internal quality check and works on the model of learning by doing.

There is a need to differentiate Teacher Education In-service and Pre-service curricula.

All the laboratories need to be modernized, such as, science, psychology, ET, computer, geography.

The language laboratory should be developed.

The number of experiments in educational psychology needs to be increased to minimum twenty.

ICT in Education should be offered as a core course.

Language competencies of all the teacher trainees need to be developed.

There should be on campus interviews for the placement of the trainees.

The institution should develop a database of all the alumni and establish communication with them.

The institution can provide continuous academic support to the Zila Parishad schools and the Shaskiya Bal Niketan, Aurangabad which are in the geographical proximity.

Remedial classes for the backward and Enrichment classes for the advanced learner should be planned.

Peer evaluation may be encouraged.

There is a need to create research environment. The faculty should be encouraged to undertake some research projects.

The library should be modernized.

Regular placement cell, alumni association and career counseling cell should be established in the institution.

Professional development programmes should be organized for teaching and non-teaching staff.

Weekly seminar should be a regular feature of the institution.

The hostel library should be provided with a computer corner, preferably, with internet facility.

The Peer Team appreciates the co-operation extended by the management , the Principal, Teaching and Non-teaching Staff and the Students and wishes the Institution a bright future.

(Prof. D.R. Goel)
Chairperson & Co-ordinator
NAAC Peer Team

(Prof. M.L. Koul)
NAAC Peer Team

(Dr. (Mrs.) Satinder Dhillon)
NAAC Peer Team

( Dr. P.R. Gaikwad)
Government College of Education ( IASE)
Railway Station Road
Aurangabad- 431005 ( Maharashtra)

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