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Mahila Mahavidyalaya (Post Graduate) College, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh
Mahila Mahavidyalaya (Post Graduate) College, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh
Address: Plot / Street / Area
Plot No : 435-A,H-2, Kidwai Nagar
Post Office : Kidwai Nagar
Kanpur (District Kanpur)
Uttar Pradesh, IndiaPin Code : 208011
Mahila Mahavidyalaya (Post Graduate) College, Kanpur Uttar Pradesh is a recognised institute / college. Mahila Mahavidyalaya (Post Graduate) College, Kanpur Uttar Pradesh is managed by Society: Dayanand Siksha Sansthan 15/96, Civil Line Kanpur. Mahila Mahavidyalaya (Post Graduate) College, Kanpur Uttar Pradesh was established on / in 1969.
Principal of Mahila Mahavidyalaya (Post Graduate) College, Kanpur Uttar Pradesh is DR. INDU YADAV (Mobile 9450339275), Dr. N.M.Nigam (Mobile 9839034612).
Mahila Mahavidyalaya (Post Graduate) College is situated in Kanpur of Uttar Pradesh state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Kanpur comes under Kanpur Tehsil, Kanpur District.
Fax # of Mahila Mahavidyalaya (Post Graduate) College, Kanpur Uttar Pradesh is 0512-2643996.
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Website of Mahila Mahavidyalaya (Post Graduate) College, Kanpur Uttar Pradesh is http://www.mahilamahavidyalayapgcollege.org/.
Contact Details of Mahila Mahavidyalaya (Post Graduate) College, Kanpur Uttar Pradesh are : Telephone: +91-512-2420480, 2618574, 2643996
CoursesMahila Mahavidyalaya (Post Graduate) College, Kanpur Uttar Pradesh runs course(s) in Arts, Science, Teacher Training and Education stream(s).
Bachelor of Arts(B.A.)
Bachelor of Science(B.Sc)
Master of Arts(M.A.)
Master of Science(M.Sc)
Bachelor of Education(B.Ed)
Approval details: Mahila Mahavidyalaya (Post Graduate) College is affiliated with Chhatrapati Shahu Ji Maharaj University (CSJM), Kanpur (Uttar Pradesh)
Profile of Mahila Mahavidyalaya (Post Graduate) CollegeThe college presently provides undergraduate degree courses in Hindi Language, Hindi Literature, English Language, English Literature, Sociology, Education, Economics, Sanskrit, Political Science, History, Drawing and Painting, Vocal Music, Tabla and Sitar, Psychology, Home Science, Environmental Studies and B.Ed. The college also teaches vocational subjects under Self Finance category for U.G. classes as Advertising, Sales Promotion and Sales Management, Computer Application and Office Management and Secretarial Practices. Besides there is a facility for one Diploma Course - Advance Diploma Course in Computer (one year) and one Certificate Course in Computer O Level (one year). Further college provides programmes under SFC category for Masters Degree in Hindi, English, Economics, Sociology, Education, Home Science and Drawing and Painting. The college is an approved research centre for research level studies for the award of Ph.D. Degree in Hindi, English, Sociology, Education, Drawing and Painting and B.Ed. Further the college has submitted proposals for other vocational courses like Fashion Designing, Journalism and Mass Communication, Tourism and Management, Functional English etc. Cut off percentage for admission at the entry level in the institution is 45 percent for the General category students and 40% for the students of Schedule Caste and Schedule tribes as per UP State University Act, 1973.
Date of Submission : 24/07/2010, Saturday 11:59 AM
Teacher Education Institution Registration Details
Reference ID : NUPKPNIN-2430
TAN. No : KNPA003803C
NACC Accredited : No
--NCTE NACC Grade : NA
--Year of NACC Accredation : NA
Minority : No
--Minorty Type : NA
--Religion : NA
--Language : NA
Location college/institution : Urban
Located in : residential
Building Type : Its own campus
Total Area(Sq.Mts.) : 0
Total Built up Area(Sq.Mts.) : 3523
Nature of land holding : Lease
Type of Land(Lease) : Private
Construction completed Date : 14/02/1978
Shared Campus Area : 3523
Campus shared by : By Resolution
Khasra No./Plot No./Survey No. : 435-A,H-2 BLOCK KIDWAI NA
Revenue Village of the land : NA
Land is free from all encumbrances ? : Yes
Type of college/institution : Women's college
Management of the college/institution : Government aided institution
Management of college/Institute : NA
Institution or its Managing society/body registered ? : Yes
Registration Act : SOCIETY REGISTRATION ACT 1860
No. of Non Teaching Staff(Male) : 8
No. of Non Teaching Staff(Female) : 2
No. of Non Teaching Staff(Total) : 10
Area of Reading Room(Sq.Mts.) : 184
Seating Capacity : 60
Titles of Teacher Education(Library) : 580
Books of Teacher Education : 11150
No.of Journals : 20
No of Encyclopedias(Library) : 10
Area of Lab : 116
No of Computers : 6
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 Test Personality Test
Achievement Test Interest Inventory Adjustment Inventory
Name of Appratus(Psycho Lab) :
Bhatia Battery, Mirror, Drawing and Maze Learning, Memory Drum
Area of science Lab : 39
Physical Science Name Experiment :
ameter and Voltameter, Physical Balance, Vernier Calliper, Screw
Gauge, Spherometer, Barometer, Optical Bench, Prizm, Magnet, Pendulum
Name of Charts(Physical Science) :
Preparation of CO2, SO2, Clorine, Oxyzen, Hydrogen, Burette, Pippette
Name Experiment(Biological Science) :
Photosynthesis, Respiration, Digestive System of Frog and Men,
Reproductive and nervous system
Name Charts(Biological Science) :
Tupes of roots, stems, germination of seeds-maze and gram
Name Model(Biological Science) : Brain, Eye, Ear, Heart, T.S. of
Monocot and Dicot leaves and stems
Area of Lab(Language Lab) : 19
Name of Equipments(Language Lab) : Linguaphone, Computer and Laptop
Name of Charts(Language Lab) :
Charts related to Hindi and English Lanugage, grammar and phonetix
Indoor Game Area : 42
Indoor Game(D.Ed/B.Ed./M.Ed.courses) : Carrom, Table Tennis and Chess
Outdoor Games(D.Ed/B.Ed./M.Ed.courses) :
Badminton, Volley Ball and Basket Ball
Area of Outdoor Games : 864
Name & No. of Instruments(arts & carfts) :
1 set each of Tabla, Harmonium, Sitar, Dholak and Planting instruments
Name Charts(arts & carfts) : Charts of various fruits and sceneries
Name of Models(arts & carfts) :
Various sceneries, paintings, flowers, etc.
Name of Instruments(Health and Physical...) : N.A.
No of Instruments(Health and Physical... ) : N.A.
Name Charts(Mathematics Resource Center) :
Triangle, Rectangle, Square and Geometry Box
Name Model(Mathematics Resource Center) :
Triangle, Rectangle, Square, Calculator and Log Table
Name of Instruments (Anatomy,Physiology... ) : N.A.
Name of Charts (Anatomy,Physiology ...) : N.A.
Name of Equipments(Atheletic Care) : N.A.
Name of Charts(Atheletic Care) : N.A.
Name and No. of Instrumernts(Cultural Facility) : N.A.
Name & No. of Instruments(Athletics) : N.A.
Size of Track(Athletics) : N.A.
Indoor Games(C.P.Ed/B.P.Ed./M.P.Ed.courses) : N.A.
Indoor Game[Area](C.P.Ed/B.P.Ed./M.P.Ed.courses) : N.A.
Outdoor Games(C.P.Ed/B.P.Ed./M.P.Ed.courses) : N.A.
Area of Alloted Outdoor Games : N.A.
Gym Facility for Women : No
Area of Men Gym(sq.Mts.) : 00
No of Stnations(men) : 00
Area of Women Gym :
No of Stnations(women) :
Mode of Salary : BY ADVICE
Salary Transfer(Faculty) : BY ADVICE
Account Details of Bank (Salary) : 114
Date of Opening of Bank A/c : 28/07/2005
Opening Balance : 102478
Fees : 4494167
Donation : 0
MISC : 9000
Total Amount Receipts : 4605645
Expenditure Teacher Salary : 3942864
Expenditure Non Teacher Salary : 551303
Expenditure Library : 95934
Expenditure Laboratory : 10874
Expenditure Furniture : 11500
Expenditure Misc : 6655
Total Expenditure : 4619130
Balance of Funds Available During Year : 79003
Name of Auditor/CA : ONKAR NATH TANDON
Address of Auditor/CA : 24/56, BIRHANA ROAD KANPUR
Phone NO. : 983936346
Teaching Faculty Details
Teacher id Designation
NUPKPNTE-16848 Asso. Prof
NUPKPNTE-16559 Associate Professor
NUPKPNTE-16562 Associate Professor
NUPKPNTE-16849 Asso. Prof
NUPKPNTE-16824 Associate Professor
NUPKPNTE-18207 Asso. Prof
NUPKPNTE-16843 Asso. Prof
NUPKPNTE-17029 Associate Professor
NUPKPNTE-16506 SR. LECTURER
Composition of Society/Trust
DR. MITHILESH YADAV 31K,80 FEET RD.YASHODA NAGAR KANPUR
DR. SUDHA KAPOOR 3/2B- GANDHI GRAM BEHIND CENTRAL
BANK G.T. RD. KANPUR
DR. VEENA TRIPATHI 573 K BLOCK KIDWAI NAGAR KANPUR
DR. R.R.SRIVASTAVA MIG-147, BARRA 2 SECTOR 3 HEMANT BIHAR KANPUR
DR.PRATIBHA TIWARI HIG-27 E BLOCK SHYAM NAGAR KANPUR
DR. KALPANA SRIVASTAVA 2/108 NAWAB GANJ KANPUR
DR.PRAGAYA SRIVASTAVA P-4/2 WAR MEMOLIAL COLLONY CANTT KANPUR
MS. DIPALI NIGAM 111 A/356, ASHOK NAGAR KANPUR
DR. ANJANI SARIN 55/67,C PLAT NO. 401 RAJA TOWER KAHO KOTHI KANPUR
SMT. SHANU SINGH 124-B/209 GOVIND NAGAR KANPUR
SMT. PUSHPLATA SHUKLA 189 F BLOCK PANKI KANPUR
SMT. POONAM SINGH 1246/5 CHANDRA NAGAR NAUBASTA KANPUR
MS. SHIPRA CHATURVEDI 24 MIG BARRA-6 KANPUR
MS. SMITA YADAV PLOT NO.5 GOPAL NAGAR KANPUR
SMT. MADHU GUPTA 783/80 W-1 JUHI GOSHALA SAKET NAGAR KANPUR
DR. NISHI GUPTA C/O VINEETA GUPTA 75-A AWADHPURI LAKHANPUR KANPUR
DR. NAMRATA TIWARI 379 KAZI KHERA HARJINDER NAGAR KANPUR
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NAAC report of Mahila Mahavidyalaya (Post Graduate) CollegeINTRODUCTION
THE MAHILA MAHAVIDYALAYA (P.G.) COLLEGE KIDWAI NAGAR, KANPUR (U.P.) was established in 1969 to cater to the needs of the residents of South Kanpur By late Dr. Virendra Swarup. It volunteered to be assessed by the National Assessment and Accreditation (NAAC), Banglore and submitted the Self -Study Report on 20 th Jan. 2007. The NAAC constituted the Peer Team to visit the college and validate the Self-Study Report. The Peer Team comprised of Prof. Mohan Lal Chhipa (Chairman) Vice-Chancellor, M.D. S. University, Pushkar Bye Pass, Ajmer, Dr. Anand B. Patil,Former Professor and Head, School of Languages and Literature, Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University, Nanded, Maharashtra and Dr Pushpa Tyagi, Principal, Government M.L.B. Girls (autonomous) College, Bhopal, M.P. co-coordinated the visit as Member Co-coordinator. The Peer Team visited the institution on 17 and 18th March 2007. The pre-visit meeting was conduced on 16th March 2007.
The aims and objectives of the college are very high. It is affiliated to the Chhatrapati Shahu Ji Maharaj University, Kanpur. The University Grants Commission under the Section 2 F and 12 B have recognized it since 1973. It is a grant in aid girls' college located in the well-developed urban area having its own 2 acres of land.
The college offers 19 courses at the under-graduate level and 7 courses at the postgraduate level. It offers 5 programme options with 21 subjects for UG and PG having annual system. They include 3 interdisciplinary, 5 elective and 6 modular courses. In addition to this, the college also runs B.Ed. classes, which were initially started in 1970-71. Besides this, the college started vocational courses at Graduate level in Computer Application etc. Its student strength in 2004-2005 was 4298: UG 3177, PG 677, Ph.D. 12, and Diploma/Certificate 65 and Self funded UG 367.
They have introduced the assessment of teachers by students. The teacher student ratio is1: 57.
It gives Government scholarships of about Rs. 1842112-00 to the students. The dropout rate in 2004-5 was 10 % in UG and 1.5 % in PG courses.
The unit cost including salary is Rs. 7853.74 per student and unit cost excluding salary is Rs. 2322.70. The actual receipts of the college for 2005-06 was Rs 2,69,95853.88 and expenditure was 2,57,68139.98.
The college has a well-qualified and experienced teaching faculty with the strength of 75 members of which 35 are permanent and 40 temporary. Out of 75 teachers 45 teachers are with Ph.D., 2 with M. Phil. and 28 have only P.G. Degree (out of which 12 have cleared NET/SLET examination). There are 48 non-teaching members of the administrative staff who help the smooth working of the college.
For teaching 100% lecture method is used. The evaluation of the students is being done on annual examination. The total working days during 2005-06 were 277 and teaching days were181. Except two, all the sanctioned posts are filled. The hostel, a small Gymnasium and sports, NSS, NCC, canteen and a common room are provided in the built up area of 2440.71 Sq.ms. The college has adequate infrastructures and many facilities such as library, staff rooms etc.
The Peer Team meticulously analyzed the Self-Study Report submitted by the college. During the two-day visit the Team went through the relevant documents as well as visited the Departments and faculties- academic, co-curricular, sports, infrastructure and extension service centers of the college. The members of the Peer Team also interacted with the Management Council, Principal, and Faculty, non-teaching staff, and representatives of students, parents and alumni of the college. Based on the above exercise and keeping in view all the guidelines and the seven criteria identified by the NAAC, the Peer Team has given its concrete and objective assessment of the college in the following pages.
SECTION: 2 CRITERION-WISE ANALYSES
CRITERION 1: CURRICULAR ASPECTS
M.M. (P.G.) College follows the academic calendar prescribed by CSJM University, Kanpur.. The college has been offering Sanskrit, English literature,English language, Hindi literature, Hindi language, Psychology, Economics, Sociology, Education, Political Science, Drawing and Painting, Music, Home Sc., Environmental Sc, and B. Ed. Under Self- Finance courses appear Advertising, Sales Promotion. Sales Management, Computer Application, Office Management and Secretarial practices. Besides they offer advanced Diploma courses in Computer, and also PG courses in Hindi, English, Economics, Sociology, Education and Home Science and Drawing and Painting. 8 teachers from this college are members of some academic bodies but only one representative of the BOS of the University. However, specializations and combination choices are free for the students except two combinations.
The college offers different combinations of 20 subjects at the U. G. level. It also runs P.G. Programme in 7 subjects in addition to .B. Ed.and two Diploma /Certificate Courses in Computer Application.
The teachers have shown good commitment in updating their knowledge and imparting it to the taught while motivating them to consider local as well as national needs and aspirations. Assignments, periodic tests, debates and other competitions offer good opportunities to them to develop different skills in this Arts College. Although there is no formal feedback system, teacher's paper reading sessions, talks of the experts' from outside college are arranged from time to time in an informal manner. The Home science Department organizes Training Programmes to create opportunities for the self-employment of the students. The college has NSS and NCC units. It holds competitions such as debate, essay writing, dance and elocutions. It encourages artists and sports-persons to participate at several competitions held outside the college. It also provides counseling regarding the students' academic and personal problems in the informal manner. The institution shows concern in the holistic development of the students.
CRITERIONII: TEACHING, LEARNING AND EVALUATION
M.M. College, Kanpur follows the academic calendar prescribed by the Chhatrapati Shau ji Maharaj University Kanpur. The Admission Committee admits students on merit based on the past academic records and government policy. One internal test and six monthly exams in a year are the only means of internal evaluation and feedback. The notices are displayed to keep the students informed of the activities, scholarships, and other details. After the Admission Committee's completion of formalities, the orientation of the students follows at different levels. Since the University has been prescribing the syllabus and teaching hours to abide by the Annual Examination Pattern, there is little scope for flexibility and experimentation.
The teachers are recruited as per the rules and regulations of the UGC, State Government and University. However, only two sanctioned posts are not yet filled. Teachers submit their teaching plans in advance; they use audio-visual aids of different kinds. The chalk and talk teaching method is supplemented with discussions, seminars and tutorials. The informal remedial teaching is done in English. The percentage of classes taught by full-time teachers is 95. 34 permanent teachers have qualified themselves by way of completing Orientation and Refresher courses. The total number of teachers is 75. out of which 35 are permanent (plus 40 temporary) and students 4298, the teacher and student ratio is 1:57. The permanent teachers teach 70 % classes.
In last five years they have organized 34 national and 35 state level seminars. They presented various research papers at state and national level and some at international seminars/conferences. The management Board encourages research and publication activities. They publish the prospectus and annual magazine.
A few teachers are the members of different academic associations in their fields. The college has evolved the self- appraisal method to evaluate the performance of individual teacher. The collective meetings are held to discuss the results, plans and academic issues. The management encourages the teachers by sanctioning leave to participate in Seminars and Conferences. The needy students are given financial assistance through the Student Aid Fund (SAF). One test, mid-point examination for the UG, Viva for the PG students, and the Annual Examination are the only means of their evaluation. There is no provision for continuous internal evaluation.
CRITERION III: RESEARCH, CONSULTANCY AND EXTENSION
Out of 75 teachers 45 have received the award of Ph.D. and 2 M.Phil. Degrees. There are eight recognized Research Guides in six Deptartmets. There are 29 minor and 1 major research projects, exclusively funded by the UGC. Teachers have edited and published 35 books and 63 research papers. The college does not have any system of advertising the expertise available for consultancy services, but the professional self-finance courses have created opportunities. They organized the job fair in the college Campus with the help of alumni.
The additional charge is given to a teacher to looks after the extension services. The college organized 69 national Seminars, Conferences, and symposium during last five years except lecture series, 55 cultural activities and community development camps. Student volunteers of N.S.S. and NCC are active and their camps were successful. Some teachers do counseling work and visit different places to deliver the lectures. The Faculty is involved in health and AIDS awareness and environment science programmes. The Annual Day, elocution competitions and other extracurricular activities are undertaken. Some Departments organize programmes with the help of NGOs.
CRITERION IV: INFRASTRUCTURE AND LEARNING RESOURCES
The college has double storied building. An auditorium, one ladies room, one staff room, library hall, reading room, sports room and canteen are in the same building. They have provided good furniture. They have slowly succeeded in raising the infrastructure. The classrooms in the double storied building are adequate and necessary furniture is provided. The college functions in two shifts from 8 am to 4 pm. Accommodation is provided to NCC, NSS, Canteen, Gymnasium hall, and girls' hostels. The infrastructure of girls' hostel is shared by the sister institution. There is one hostel warden to look after the hostel.
There is a library advisory committee for smooth functioning of the library. The library has the provision for lending books to the students in a routine system. It has housed in all 46183 books out of which 26400 are textbooks and other 20783 are reference books. The titles are 24,996. The number of periodicals is 15 and magazines 17. It is open for 7 hours. It has one big reading room. The percentage of the library budget to the total budget is 12.86%.
There is no central computer facility. In all, there are 15 computers out of which 3 are in the office. There are 5 computers in the Depts. The Computer Center maintains them. The outstanding sports persons and students of great merit are recognized and rewarded.
The administrative facilities for administrative purpose are available to some extent. The Principal's office has multi=media facilities. Some audio-visual aids are also provided.
CRITERION V: STUDENT SUPPORT AND PROGRESSION
The college has student strength of 4298: UG 3177, PG 677. Ph.D 12, Diploma 65 and other courses 367. It publishes the Prospectus giving details of the aims and objectives, courses, combinations of subjects, scholarships, hostel, awards and other facilities available on the campus. There is the Students Aid Fund (SAF) for the financial assistance of the underprivileged students. The dropout rate was 10% in UG and 1.5% in P.G in 2005-6.
The college provides facilities till PG but for further career developments they have to go elsewhere. The prominent positions held by the alumni: school teachers, college lecturers, Principals, national team player, government officers etc. There are separate cells for student counseling, Grievances, Human Right protection etc. During last five years, 35 students participated at the inter-collegiate sports meets, 24 at the university and 02 at the national cultural event.
On an average the results of all classes were above 90% in 2005-06. The feedback is sought from various sources such as Gyan Sarovar Parishad, Krida Mitra etc. informally. No overseas students have ever sought admission. There are some recreation facilities such as indoor games, outdoor games etc. The students win prizes in competitions and festivals organized at the Zonal and University levels. The college ground also is shared by the sister institute.
The college founded an alumni association recently by holding the meeting of the past students.
CRITERION VI: ORANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT
The Management Committee, Proctorial Board, manages the college and there is a separate administrative set up under the academic leadership of the Principal for day-to-day co-ordination. Various authorized committees very often meet to take review of the work and future planning. The Principal forms different committees. The college prepares the academic calendar in the beginning of the year. The College Committee makes suggestions regarding future planning, proposals etc.
Time-table and examination committees jointly look after the academic calendar provided by the university. The college deputes members of the non-teaching staff for computer and other kinds of trainings. The co-ordination is done through periodic meetings of staff and students, faculty and management and non-teaching staff and management. The university and Government determine the fee structures. There are various welfare programmes such as Student's Aid Fund and making loans available for employees. The grievance cell is recently established. The committee, under the guidance of the Principal, sorts out grievances. The meetings are arranged to settle problems.
The ratio of the teaching and non-teaching staff is 3:2. All rules of reservation of seats are strictly followed while filling the non-teaching posts.
The actual receipts of the college in 2005-6 were (including salary component) Rs 2,69,95853.88 and actual expenditure was 2,57,68139.98 (excluding salary) 88,47,694.68).
CRITERION VI: HEALTHY PRACTICES
The high aims and objectives have been influencing not only the development of the college but also its teachers and the taught. The college has adopted certain healthy practices so as to enhance the quality of curricular, co-curricular and extra curricular activities. Some of the healthy practices in the colleges are listed as follows:
Establishment of the college exclusively for the emancipation of women.
An attempt to introduce some interdisciplinary as well as job-oriented courses. They also organized the job placement fare.
The research and publication activities are encouraged.
The students whose attendances are above 75 % and marks above 60% are allowed to contest the elections.
The teaching faculty provides dress, fees, and books to the underprivileged students.
On the Teachers' Day the specimen copies of books are distributed to the students of high merit.
Pro-active student centered management and student centered approach in the curricular and co-curricular activities of the college.
A large number of faculty members with Ph.D.
A very cordial relationship between staff and students
Fair conduct of examinations.
Feed back system for teaching and learning
Value based education to the students through various activities.
Resource mobilization through self-financing course.
SECTION3: OVER ALL ANALYSIS
The college has been successful to some extent in meeting the objectives of providing access to the higher education particularly to women.
There are certain salient features of the college that deserve commendations.
The college has developed its infrastructure in its own way, and planned for better expansion.
It has a gymnasium with some equipment for the use of students.
Some students have reached international level in sports.
Its library provides some study material and sources of research.
Though the Peer Team appreciates the work and spirit of the girls' college, it has still good scope to improve the quality of teaching, learning, research, extension activities and all other areas of administration. The Peer Team has noted certain areas of concern and would like to make the following recommendations for future growth of the college.
More degree programmes with several interdisciplinary innovative options such as cultural studies, creative writing, communication skills, creative writing etc., may be planned for job opportunities.
The present courses in Music, drawing, painting etc can be modified in the mode of marketing art works.
More teachers may pursue the doctoral research, research paper writing, publication, project and other activities to strengthen the research.
A large number of teachers participate at the Seminars, Conferences etc., but they need to be choosy to contribute to the standard ones in both organizing as well as attending them.
There is a need to expand accessibility of electronic media facilities and teaching aids.
Teaching may be more participative student centered activity. The small research project at PG level may be of great help in strengthening the research center.
More computers need to be installed for both the staff and students.
The teaching and non-teaching staff may be trained to use computers or other electronic teaching aids.
It is necessary to provide access to the foreign journals by establishing links with other libraries. More books and research journals are needed for developing the Research Center.
Separate reading halls in the library may be provided.
It may strengthen the institution-industry-society interaction.
The Alumni Association may be empowered to undertake programmes like fund raising for a noble cause, conducting Seminars, Conferences etc., on relevant topics. They may succeed in establishing links with industries.
Proper courts may be prepared in the open playgrounds.
Documentation of students' progression in careers/employment etc., may be constantly maintained for future use.
The research centre needs to be strengthened by the signing MoUs with national and international institutions.
The college and the departments my prepare perspective plans for the next five years to guide them in their proper developments.
Pro-active student centered management and student centered approach in the curricular and co-curricular activities of the college.
The Peer Team appreciates and acknowledges the co-operation extended by the Principal, members of teaching and non-teaching staff, students, parents, management and alumni. The Peer Team offers its good wishes to this institution to do its future better in the years to come.
Prof. Mohan Lal Chippa Chairman -
Prof. Anand B. Patil
Dr. Pushpa Tyagi
Date 18th March 2007
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