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Ewing Christian College, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh
Ewing Christian College, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh
Address:Plot No. : 711
Post Office : Muthigunj
Allahabad (District Allahabad)
Uttar Pradesh, IndiaPin Code : 211003
Ewing Christian College, Allahabad Uttar Pradesh is a recognised institute / college. Ewing Christian College, Allahabad Uttar Pradesh is managed by Society: Ewing Christian College, Society, Ewing Christian College, Gaughat, Allahabad. Ewing Christian College, Allahabad Uttar Pradesh was established on / in 2003.
Ewing Christian College, Allahabad Uttar Pradesh is situated in Allahabad of Uttar Pradesh state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Allahabad comes under Allahabad Tehsil, Allahabad District.
Fax # of Ewing Christian College, Allahabad Uttar Pradesh is 0532-2416408.
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Website of Ewing Christian College, Allahabad Uttar Pradesh is http://www.ecc.ac.in/.
Contact Details of Ewing Christian College, Allahabad Uttar Pradesh are : STD Code : 0532 Telephone No : 2413645
CoursesEwing Christian College, Allahabad Uttar Pradesh runs course(s) in Arts, Commerce, Computer Applications, Business Management stream(s).
Profile of Ewing Christian CollegeEwing Christian college was established in 1902 and Dr. Arthur H. Ewing was its first principal. The college campus is spread in 42 arcs of land located on the northern bank of Jamuna river near Sangam on the southern part of Allahabad city. The college is a Christian minority educational institution and control by the Ewing Christian College society .It is an undergraduate college associated with the university of Allahabad. The University Grants Commission on the recommendations of Allahabad university and UP state government granted the autonomous status in the year 1994.
Date of Submission : 11/05/2010, Tuesday 12:05 PM
Teacher Education Institution Registration Details
Reference ID : NUPAHBIN-242
TAN. No : AAAJE0548B
NACC Accredited : Yes
NCTE NACC Grade : B++
Year of NACC Accredeation : 2005
Minority : Yes
Minority Type : Religious
Religion : Christianity
Language : NA
Location college/institution : Urban
Located in : institusional
Building Type : Its own campus
Total Area (Sq.Mts.) :
Total Built up Area (Sq.Mts.) : 2000
Nature of land holding : Lease
Land Lease :
Construction completion Date : 01/01/1902
Shared Campus Area : 3000
Campus shared by : By Resolution
Khasra No./Plot No./Survey No. : 711
Revenue Village of the land : Qurashipur
Land is free from all encumbrances ? : Yes
Type of college/institution : Co-education college
Management of the college/institution : NA
No. of Non Teaching Male : 3
No. of Non Teaching Female : 0
No. of Non Teaching Staff (Total) : 3
Institution or its Managing Ssociety/body registered ? : Yes
Registration Act : XXI 1860
Management of college/Institute : NA
FDR No. (Endowment Fund) : 06809
Date of Issue (Endowment Fund) : 9/11/2002
Name of Endowment Fund Bank : syndicate
Address of Endowment Fund Bank : gaughat Allahabad
Amount FDR (Endowment Fund) : 500000
Converted into Joint A/c (Endowment Fund) ? : No
Date of Conversion to Joint A/c (Endowment Fund) :
FDR No. (Reserve Fund) : 65047750207
Date of Issue (Reserve Fund) : 28/11/2008
Name of Reserve Fund Bank : State Bank of Patiyala
Address of Reserve Fund Bank : Civil LInes Allahabad
Amount FDR (Reserve Fund) : 1000000
Converted into Joint A/c (Reserve Fund) ? : No
Date of Conversion to Joint A/c (Reserve Fund) :
Mode of Salary : Cash
Salary Transfer (Faculty) : Separately Faculty
Account Details of Bank (Salary) : Nil
Date of Opening of Bank A/c : 24/4/2002
Opening Balance : 0
Fees : 4950000
Donation : 0
MISC : 1052152
Total Amount Receipts : 6002152
Expenditure Teacher Salary : 1005159
Expenditure Non Teacher Salary : 286485
Expenditure Library : 8985
Expenditure Laboratory : 81755
Expenditure Furniture : 34242
Expenditure Misc : 3900337
Total Expenditure : 5316963
Balance of Funds Available During Year : 685189
Name of Auditor/CA : Sanjay Khanduja
Address of Auditor/CA : 24 Streachy Road Allahabad
Phone No. : 9335152447
Teaching Faculty Details
Teacher id Designation
Composition of Society/Trust
Moris E. Dan Chairman Ewing Christian College, Allahabad
Dr. M. Massey Secretary Ewing Christian College, Allahabad
Mrs. Arpita Lawrance Member ECC, Allahabad
Mr. T. Dsouza Member ECC, Allhabad
Dr. V. Z. Siruwaiya Member ECC, Allahabad
Dr. J.K. Lal Member ECC, Allahabad
Dr. L.C.T. Eusebius Member ECC, Allahabad
Mr. H. Mal Member ECC, Allahabad
Dr. Mani Jacob Member ECC, Allahabad
Dr. V. Eusebius Member ECC, Allahabad
Mr. S.S. Tripathi Member ECC, Allahabad
Dr. F.M. Prasad Member ECC, Allahabad
Mr. N.L.Singh Member ECC, Allahabad
Dr. S.D. Chand Member ECC, Allahabad
Rev. R.A.K. Joseph Member ECC, Allahabad
Dr. W. Thanbw Member ECC, Allahabad
Media coverage of Ewing Christian College, Allahabad Uttar Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh
NAAC report of Ewing Christian CollegeSection I: Preamble
Ewing Christian College, Gaughat, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh was established in 1902. It is an autonomous College of Allahabad University. The College is recognized by UGC under 2f and 12B of the UGC Act. It is an institution with a campus of 42 acres. The College has 19 departments. Faculty of Arts comprises 13 departments and Faculty of Science has 6 departments. In addition the College offers 3 postgraduate diploma and 3 certificate courses. It is also significant to note that the faculty is highly qualified. Out of 75 teachers 53 are Ph.Ds. Seventy-five teachers are permanent. Number of teachers under self-financing and UGC sponsored programmes is 3 and 5 respectively. One temporary teacher is a Ph.D. The College has 79 non-teaching staff including 14 members of administrative staff, aided by ten technical and 55 class-IV staff.
The number of students enrolled in the College is 2919. Out of this, 332 students are from other states. There are three UGC funded vocational courses and three self-financing vocational programmes. Success rate at the undergraduate level is very encouraging. The College has an annual system of examination. The Unit cost of education is Rs.12040 including salary component. The support services include a central library, Computer Centre, Sports Facilities, Canteen, Grievances Redressal Mechanism, Physics Workshop, Housing, Minority Coaching Centre, Women Cell, Students Counseling Centre and Banking facility. The infrastructure available is quite exhaustive. The college is primarily a government-aided institution.
Ewing Christian College, Gaughat, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh volunteered to be assessed by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council by submitting its Self-Study Report in December 2003. National Assessment and Accreditation Council constituted a Peer Team to visit the College and validate its Self-Study Report. The Peer Team comprising of Dr. S.P.Singh, Vice Chancellor, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar as Chairperson, Dr.Christine Rebello, Principal, St. Francis College for Women, Begumpet, Secunderabad, Andhra Pradesh as member and Prof. Yoginder Verma, Director, Academic Staff College, Himachal Pradesh University, Institute of Management Studies, Summer Hills, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh as Member Coordinator visited the College from September 9th to September 11th, 2004. The Peer Team carefully perused and analyzed the Self-Study Report submitted by the College. During institution visit, the Peer Team went through the relevant documents, visited the departments and interacted with the faculty and various constituents of the institution. The academic, co-curricular, sports and other facilities of the institution were visited. The Peer Team also interacted at length with the Principal, faculty members, students, non-teaching staff, parents and alumni of the institution. Based on the above exercise and keeping in mind the criteria identified by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council, the Peer Team has taken up the assessment of the college. The criterion-wise assessment follows:
Section 2: Criterion-wise Analysis
Criterion 1: Curricular Aspects
Ewing Christian College is an undergraduate Arts and Science institution. The goals and objectives, for which the institution was established, are being pursued and there is compatibility between the programmes, the goals and objectives. The College offers certificate, diploma and under graduate degree programmes. At the degree level in science faculty, there are six combinations (two in Biology stream and four in Mathematics stream). In the faculty of arts, the college offers more than hundred combinations. The college has introduced vocational courses in the subjects of Electronics and Biological Techniques and Specimen Preparation for B. Sc., Archeology and Museology, Office Management and Secretarial Practices in B.A. and Computer Applications both in B.A. and B.Sc. Vocational courses are by and large career oriented. They equip students with employable skills. Periodic review of courses is also made. There is a good number of course options quite useful for the students as these offer a wider range of choices. The Management is enthusiastic about introducing the need-based courses.
Criterion II: Teaching, Learning and Evaluation
The college has a transparent admission procedure. The students are selected for admission to the college strictly on merit in entrance test. The college publishes the prospectus every year, which provides the desired information regarding the admission procedure, the courses available, the fee structure and other information relevant to admissions and activities of the college. The students have academic flexibility to choose the course of study and the different combination of subjects. For the help of weak students from the minority, Minority Coaching Centre organizes remedial coaching classes.
For running the courses in government-aided stream, the college has appointed teachers on full time basis and in case of self-financing vocational courses, more than 50% are temporary teachers. For the evaluation of the students, the college conducts mid term examination of 25% weightage and term-end examination of 75% weightage. The internal faculty conducts mid term examinations. The marks scored by the individual students are added to the score of term-end examination. The internal and external examiners, based on 50:50 ratio, carry out the evaluation of term-end examination. For selection of paper setters and examiners, the college has set norms of appointing permanent teachers of the degree colleges/university - with a minimum of five years teaching experience for paper setting, minimum of three years teaching experience for evaluation, practical and viva-voice examination. It does not have provision for re-evaluation. The examination system is so designed that the results are declared within 20 days of completion of the examinations.
The teachers keep themselves abreast with the latest developments in their fields of specialization by attending Orientation and Refresher Courses conducted by the Academic Staff Colleges, academic association with University Departments, subscription to national and international journals and attending national and international seminars. There is no general system for teachers' evaluation. The college has a qualified and committed team of teachers. Some of them have excelled in their respective fields and earned recognition at National level.
Autonomy has helped the college in number of ways particularly in streamlining the examination system and restoring discipline among students. Autonomy has also been helpful in re-energizing various academic aspects by devising rules and regulations concerning the two most important areas i.e. admission and examination where the college was facing problems earlier.
Criterion III: Research, Consultancy and Extension
College promotes research culture amongst faculty and encourages its teachers' publications. Some faculty members also give consultancy free of charge. One of the faculty members looks after the extension activities. The extension activities undertaken by the college are through its NSS and NCC units in collaboration with government departments and non-government organizations. These activities include service at Kumbh Mela; relief work during local calamities; health and hygiene awareness given to residents of dalit area, medical camps; adult education and literacy; AIDS and environmental awareness. The college encourages students to participate in various extension activities individually or through various units of the college students like Student Christian Movement, NCC, NSS, and Gandhi Prarthna Samaj. Some of the institutions with which the college has collaborated are YMCA, YWCA, Sahyog, Chetna, Tree for Life, Voluntary Blood Donation Forum, Institute of Psychological and Education Measurements, Rotary Club, Gandhi Prarthna Bhawan and National Academy of Sciences. It also works with government departments namely Forest Department, Field and Publicity Department, SRN Hospital, MLN Medical College and UP AIDS Control Society. There has been a long history of the college being engaged in extension activities.
Criterion IV: Infrastructure and Learning Resources
The college has been able to augment its infrastructure, laboratories and equipment, by utilizing inflow of funds from the UGC and self-financing programmes. The executive committee of the college considers the requirements of different departments for additional space. The Principal with the help of building committee and other persons involved with Grounds & Building Department and Electricity & Water Department looks after the building and furnishing .The departments of Ground & Building and Electricity & Water have been set-up for the maintenance of infrastructure. After the autonomous status granted to the college in 1994, the number of academic programmes has increased. The additional courses have been accommodated in the existing buildings by way of adjustments in the time table.
The college has an advisory committee for effective functioning of the library. The library has 71000 books and subscribes to 25 journals and magazines. Many departments also maintain their departmental libraries. The college has a centre for Computer Sciences with 53 computers.
The college has sports and games facilities. The sports and games activities are organized by Physical Education Department with the help of games committee. A number of students have participated in state, regional and national level competitions and have received recognitions in certain events. The students are given incentives for taking part in sport activities. Major benefits/incentives include reservation in case of admission, sports kits, tracksuits and traveling.
The college has a number of welfare programmes for students, teachers and non-teaching staff. Some of these programmes include bank facility, minority coaching centre, railway and fee concession, scholarships, cafeteria, counseling centre, college cycle stand, housing and woollen clothing for Class-IV. The College has generator facilities and residential quarters for the teaching and non-teaching staff.
Criterion V: Student Support and Progression
There are 2919 students currently enrolled in the college. The pass percentage of the students in different programmes has improved during previous 5 years. The dropout rate has also declined.
The college is proud to have produced distinguished personalities in the fields of judiciary, education, politics, literature, etc. The college publishes its prospectus at the beginning of each academic session which contains information regarding admission criteria, details of staff, registration procedure, available subject combinations, details of vocational courses of fee structure. Meritorious students are provided scholarships sponsored by Government, staff and alumni. In addition to the scholarships, students belonging to disadvantaged groups are also given freeships.
The college has a counseling cell. Although the college doesn't have well organized placement services yet some evident efforts have been made for arranging placement in case of Computer Application and Office Management & Secretarial Practices. The college has a alumni association formed in 1909 which gives scholarship to the students, publishes alumni bulletin and also represents on Board of Directors of the college and arranges extra curricular activities/fete. There are around 2000 active members of the association. The college also has recreational/leisure time facilities available to students such as indoor games, outdoor games, debate clubs, student magazine, cultural programme and audio-visual facilities. The College has recently established campus vide TV network for educational purposes. There is an auditorium with a seating capacity of 800 persons.
Criterion VI: Organization and Management
The managerial structure of the college is well defined. Ewing Christian College Society administers the college through Board of Directors. The Executive Committee and the Finance Committee are the sub committees. Principal, Vice-Principal, Bursar, Registrar, Dean, Academic Affairs and Proctor look after the day-to-day college affairs. Besides statutory bodies like Staff Organization and Senior Staff Council, other bodies which help the principal in administering the college are Proctorial Board, Time-Table Committee, Calendar Committee, Garden Committee, Admission Committee, Scholarship Committee, Dean of Students Welfare and Cafeteria Committee. With the granting of autonomous status under UGC guidelines for autonomous colleges, other statutory bodies that came into existence are Departmental Board of Studies, College Academic Council, Examination Committee, Examination Cell, Autonomy Steering Committee and Registrar Office. Various administrative and academic activities of the college are under the direct supervision of the Principal who coordinates and executes all-important functions. The powers and responsibilities of various officers are well defined and documented. Board of Directors is responsible for policy making and development of the college with the help of Principal and other Heads of Departments. The Board of Control executes its decisions. Staff organization elects representatives for Board of Directors and various college committees to play an important role in day-to-day functioning of the college.
The Calendar Committee performs the task of preparing academic calendar, including holiday list for an academic year. It consults the Senior Staff Council and gets the calendar approved by the Staff Organization. The college follows all the reservation policies of government for admissions. Church sponsored candidates are admitted irrespective of the merit earned in the entrance test; the children of employees are given preferential admission. The privilege marks at the time of admission are also given to the candidates belonging to sports and games quota, physically handicapped, alumni wards and NCC. The college has an inbuilt mechanism for assessing the work and conduct of non-teaching employees. The college management has developed a proforma of performance appraisal for monitoring the work efficiency of non-teaching staff. The college generated funds from alumni association (Rs.15000), self-financing courses (Rs.40 lacs) and state government grants (Rs.2.40 crores) for the year 2003-04. The college fixes tuition and other fee for self-financing courses. In case of government sponsored degree programmes, the government fixes tuition fee and development fee. All other charges such as admission, enrollment, water, electricity, I-card and magazine are determined on the basis of actual expenses. Government auditors carry out audit from time to time. Besides, the college also employs a private chartered accountant to audit the accounts including that of self-financing courses. The Bursar and the accountant also audit the annual contingency grants given to each department.
Criterion VII: Healthy Practices
The college has completed hundred and two years and has a rich tradition of discipline and dedication. The Peer Team has identified the following unique features of the college which have enhanced the ambience of the institution:
Good number of students come from other states
A built in system of internal quality checks in all administrative and academic activities.
Teachers are encouraged to participate in seminars and workshops.
Setting up of ancient history museum is appreciable
The college inculcates civic responsibility among the students by involving them in various programs.
Presenting of Souvenir to graduates at the time of convocation is a good tradition
Launching of self-financing courses for improving the employable skills of students
Initiatives for inter-institutional linkages at national and international level
Involvement of students in community orientation through different activities such as occasional blood donation camps, AIDS awareness programme, polio eradication programmes, campus cleaning drives, NSS, Tarun Shanti Sena, Student Christian Movement and Gandhi Prarthna Samaj.
Various value based education activities such as prayers at the start of each meeting, collection of prayers in college diary, orientation assemblies at the beginning of each session for orienting students, for building up a value based outlook and Chapel Services daily before starting of classes.
Strong Inter personal bonds prevail among students and teachers.
Establishment of Campus wide TV network is laudable.
Section III: Overall Analysis
This College is a heritage institution, which was granted autonomous status in 1994. This is an undergraduate College with arts and science streams. In addition to these courses, the College is also running vocational and job-oriented courses. The faculty is well qualified but more emphasis is needed for research activities, which include research projects, workshops, seminars and publications. The College has good mechanism of examination. Traditional system of classroom teaching is being pursued efficiently in the college. The College has magnificent old buildings. As far as Allahabad and surrounding areas are concerned, it has a distinct identity. More efforts are needed to have compatibility at the national level. The College holds convocation every year. Principal's efforts and dedication are laudable. Faculty and non-teaching staff are sincere and committed. Students are cooperative. The research culture in the department of physics, psychology and mathematics is praise worthy.
There is a need for starting postgraduate, honours and more career-oriented courses.
The College would do well to establish language laboratories so as to make the students of the region proficient in communication, particularly in English.
More emphasis to be laid on updating of the syllabi as per UGC model curricula and the needs of the society.
Greater number of seminars, workshops and projects may be organized by the College
For effective class room teaching and interaction, the number of students in a section should not be more than 60.
More facilities for special coaching for socially disadvantaged sections may be provided.
Coaching for competitive examinations is the need of the hour.
Introduction of modern teaching technologies is a must.
Library needs upgradation.
Hostel facilities at least for girls may be provided within the campus.
Placement Cell may be established with a person in charge of the Cell.
Linkages with industry and other institutions of higher learning are to be established.
Liaison with funding agencies and professional bodies is to be established.
For overall development of students' personality, short personality development programmes and extracurricular activities may be developed.
Semester system may be introduced
Courses in Innovative and Emerging areas be identified as per the need of the community.
Campus maintenance and hygiene need special attention.
Commerce and Management faculty be introduced.
Parent-Teacher Association should be formed for improving the in-campus facilities.
Students' amenities such as transport facility, safe drinking water, canteen services, cyber cafÃ© with V-SAT Connectivity, more spacious girls common room are to be provided.
The members of the Peer Team would like to place on record their sincere thanks to the Principal, faculty, non-teaching staff, students, parents of the students and members of the Alumni for their hospitality.
Dr. Mervin Massey
Principal, Ewing Christian College
Dr. S.P. Singh
Vice-Chancellor, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar
Prof. Christine Rebello
Principal, St. Francis College, Begumpet, Secunderabad
Prof. Yoginder Verma
Director, Academic Staff College, H.P. University, Shimla- 171005
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