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Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Government Girls Degree College, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh
Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Government Girls Degree College, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh
Lucknow (District Lucknow)
Uttar Pradesh, IndiaPin Code : 226020
Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Government Girls Degree College, Lucknow is a recognised institute / college.
Principal of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Government Girls Degree College, Lucknow is DR PC JOSHI.
Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Government Girls Degree College, Lucknow is situated in Lucknow of Uttar Pradesh state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Lucknow comes under Lucknow Tehsil, Lucknow District.
Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Government Girls Degree College, Lucknow are +91-94154-35125.
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Contact Details of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Government Girls Degree College, Lucknow are : +91-522 2370006
Courses offered in Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Government Girls Degree College, LucknowB.A./B SC/B.COM
Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Government Girls Degree College, Lucknow runs course(s) in Arts, Commerce, Science stream(s).
Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Government Girls Degree College is affiliated with Lucknow University, Lucknow
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NAAC report of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Government Girls Degree CollegeSection: I
Netaji Subash Chandra Bose Government Degree College, Aliganj, Lucknow volunteered to be assessed by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) in January 2007 and conducted preliminary study in 2006-07.The self-study report was submitted to NAAC in January 2007. A peer team was constituted by NAAC to visit the College and validate self-study report. The peer team comprising of Prof R.S.Sirohi, Vice-Chancellor, Barkutallah Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal as Chairman, Prof Nisar Ali, Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences, The University of Kashmir, Srinagar as Member Co-ordinator and Prof R.K.Sharma, Director cum Principal, Smt Jawala Devi Memorial Institutions, Sanghol, Punjab as Member visited the College during March 27-29, 2007.
The College was established in 1997.Its foundation was laid by Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee on 14th April, 1997. The college is associated/ affiliated with Lucknow University and got UGC affiliation under (2f) on 10th January 2002.
The college is developed over a campus area of 4.91 acres of land in urban area.Its civil structures have come up over a built-up area of 10886 Sq meters constructed by Lucknow Development Authority. The college started initially with 238 students on rolls for B.A programme .Subsquently the faculty of commerce and science were added to undergraduate programme in 2001 and 2005 respectively. The total number of students presently on rolls stands 1995 of which 1544 are in faculty of Arts, 304 are in faculty of Commerce and 172 in faculty of Science.There are 22 faculty members and 11 persons on non-teaching staff with 6 vacancies. The academic block comprises of 9 lecture halls, 7 laboratories, 1 common room and a computer laboratory. There is also a central library and a reading room in the same academic block .The college has a multipurpose hall, which serves the purpose of auditorium.
The college is yet to get UGC recognition under 12(B).The college is located on the trans-Gomti area of heart of Lucknow city. Its catchments area is not only urban Lucknow but but surrounding rural areas as well.The students come from far of villages like Bakshi Ka Talab ,Maidyaon, Kursi, Kakori,etc. The college was set up with the mission and goal to provide quality value-based education to the female youth in its catchment . The college has in its neighborhood Regional Science Centre and Geological Survey of India. The College students are committed to social cause and collected Rs. 38000 for Prime Ministers Relief Fund to help Tsunami victims in 2005. The students have undergone disaster management and Amateur Radio training. The College has developed its linkages with Lalit Kala Kendra ,Regional Science Centre, CSIR laboratories, Lions Club, Rotary Club Nehru Yuvak Kendra, Forestry Department, etc.
It is a Government funded college. The unit cost of education in the college excluding salary is Rs. 1407 and including salary Rs.5007. It offers 3 programmes to students namely B.A ,B.Com and B.Sc. It admits students on the basis of marks obtained in qualifying examinations. However, the College follows reservation policy of the state government in admissions to various courses. The college does not have autonomy in academic matters due to its affiliation nature.
The peer team carefully perused and analysed the self-study report submitted by the College. During the visit, the team went through all the relevant documents, visited the departments, support facilities, academic facilities, co-curricular and extra-curricular facilities and interacted at length with its Governing Body, faculty, non-teaching staff, students, parents and alumni.
The assessment of College under various criteria, the commendable features and the areas of concern for the consideration of College are given below:
Criterion I Curricular Aspects
The mission and the goal of the College are to impart value based education to girl students of both rural and urban catchments areas and involve them in many out-reach programmes for community development to achieve overall personality development of female youth and acquire confidence. The mission of the College is reflected in its logo to provide knowledge in order to'liberate us from ignorance' (Sa Vidya Vimuktaye').The College tries to bridge the gap between privileged and poor sections of society. While it helps in intellectual growth of young minds, it equally lays emphasiz on physical growth through sports, yoga and naturopathy. It imbibes aestithics among youth and provides the skills to stand on their own legs.
The three year U.G curriculum is given by Lucknow University, however, the teachers are invited in designing the syllabi.The last revision of syllabi took place in 2002-03 and is based on UGC model curriculum. The College has annual examination system. The students are given 10 optional papers at B.A level, but at B.Sc and B.Com level the options are limited to 3 only. The course curriculum is designrd in such a way as to contribute holistic development of human resource.'Rashtra Gaurav'has been introduced as a compulsory subject for value education. The courses like Psychology, Education, Economics and Commerce are taught with quantitive treatment. There are three programmes B.A, B.Sc and B.Com available in the College. The admissions to degree programmes are based on merit obtained in qualifying examinations. However, the cut-off percentage of marks for underprivileged range between 40 % (SC/ST), and 45 % (OBC) for Arts, 52 % for B.Com(SC/ST) and 55 % (OBC). The cut-off percentage for other general category is 57 % and for B.A 55 % for B.Com and 64 % for B.Sc.
To get acquainted with developments in the subject, the teachers are encouraged to participate in refresher courses. The remedial courses are arranged by teachers for weak students. The faculty is assessed by students feed-back through structured questionnaire and also with the help of self-evaluation mechanism.
Criterion II : Teaching-Learning and Evaluation
Admissions to the degree programme for Arts, Commerce and Science streams are based on marks obtained in the qualifying examinations and interview/counseling. Performance in sports, NCC and cultural activities are given due considerations in interview. The admission process is notified in College prospectus. The underprivileged sections of society have reservations in admissions. Reservation in admission for S/C category at 21 per cent, for S/T category 2 % and 27 % for OBC category is granted. In addition to these categories, reservation is also granted to divorcee, widows, children of deceased/handicapped and defence personnel.Tuition fee is exempted to all girl students but other fee like Examination fee etc are charged. The ratio of applications received to admissions granted is as under: B.A I, B.Com I, B.Sc., Maths
The college also arranges remedial courses for weaker candidates. After the admissions are over, the students are given scholarship forms so that they could apply to Government for sanction of scholarships.
The College prepares academic calendar before the commencement of session which is communicated to students after the admissions. There are 220 working days out of which 185 are teaching days and 35 days are meant for examinations. The college provides teaching schedule, periodic tests and also conducts rehearsal examinations. The College has one OHP and two PCs. The periodic written tests are taken during the session and students are exposed to debates/symposia. The students are also conveyed the co-curricular and extra-curricular activities schedule during the session to be carried out.
The student performance is assessed by periodic written tests, annual examinations and division improvement is also allowed in the teaching-learning process. The University has not yet introduced any fresh reform in the examination.
Criterion III: Research, Consultancy and Extension
The faculty is appointed by the State Public Service Commission on the basis of academic performance, qualifications and research contribution. There are 17 teachers out of 22 having Ph.D as highest academic qualification to their credit and 2 teachers have M.Phil degree . One teacher is registered for Ph.D. Many teachers are computer literate.The faculty is assessed by annual performance report and this is supplemented by student feed-back through structured questionnaire.
The College being newly established with only undergraduate programme, therefore, the research activity is limited. However, the teachers have published research papers in academic journals and participated in national seminars and conferences. One teacher has minor research project sponsored by UGC. The College encourages teachers for study leave. And one teacher has availed this and has been abroad for one and a half month. Three teachers are recognized by the as research guides though the College is not an approved centre to guide research. Two teachers have published books. The College has two units of NSS, each unit having 100 students. It also has two units of NCC, each unit having 55 students.
The students participate in youth festivals and inter-College cultural programmes. Some students of this College also have acquired Amareur Radio Training. Some programmes have been conducted in collaboration with NGOs, NYK. The College has developed linkages with CSIR laboratories, IMDUP, Regional Science Centre, Rashtra Sanskrit Sanasthan, etc.
Criterion IV Infrastructure and Learning Resources
The college is developed over a campus area of 4.91 acres of land in urban area. Its civil structures have come up over a built -up area of 10886 Sq meters constructed by Lucknow Development Authority. The civil structures comprise administrative block having 9 lecture rooms, 3 Arts faculty laboratories and 4 Science laboratories with one multipurpose hall measuring 100ft X50 ft which also serves as an auditorium.
It has one computer laboratory having 10 systems with internet facility.This facility is is provided by a Consultancy firm which provides skill development programme equivalent to DOEACC ' O level ' course on the payment basis.The College has two computers provided in office. In the academic block, the College has library having tock of 6806 books with 1745 titles and 4-6 reference books. It subscribes to 5 jounranls and 20 magazines and also newspapers. The National Academy of Sciecess has provided 150 issues of old journals to the College. The library has reprographic facility available to the students. The library remains open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. for all working days, there is a reading room near the library.
The College with a small campus has 2 playgrounds. It has safe drinking water and canteen facility. Among the teaching technology gadgetry / equipments the College has 1 OHP with a 10 KV power backup, two PC's, one Fax and one Printer. The College has one room provided to Physical Education, 2 rooms to NSS and NCC, one hall for examnation and Departmental room. The College also has got Rs. 1.2 crore for extension of 3 blocks to augment its infrastructure. It uses the existing infrastructure for games like basket ball, Volley Ball, Kho-Kho, Football, Cricket, Athletics, and other indoor games.
Criterion V Student Support Progression
The existing student strength for the session 2006-07 of the College is 1995 which includes 1965 from U.P State and 30 students are from other States. In 2005-06 batch there were 919 students belonging to general category, 436 OBC 327 SC, and 60 students of ST and minority on rolls. while in the current batch (2006-07) the enrolment breakup stands as 944 for general category, 507 OBC,498 SC, 6 ST and 74 minority students on rolls. It is observed that about 60% students from College who pass the graduation, peruse higher studies and 20% get settled in jobs. The drop out rate for 2005-06 is 3.4% and for the academic year 2006-07 is 4.7%. The pass percentage during the last two batches has been 97.3% (2004-05) and 91.4% (2005-06). The incentives to deserving students and under privileged category of stakeholders are in the form of scholarships. During 005-06 196SC/ST students benefited from scholarship amounting to Rs. 506921.00, 239 OBC students got Rs. 402745.00 and 21 students from other categories got Rs. 46.00 thousand. Students participated in national games and won prizes. The college has Alumni association, which honour students on annual day. The Alumni Association is not yet registered. The students collected Rs 38000 for Tsunami victims. The college students are active in co-curricular activities.
Criterion VI Organization and Management
The college has able leadership and quick decision making consistent to realize the goals and objectives. The governance is transparent, decentralized and democratic. Its mission to empower women is demonstrated by active involvement of faculty in decision making.
The college is funded by the U.P State Government and Director, Higher Education Department who looks after the college as executive head. The Principal is the executive head of the college who is assisted by various committees constituted by him like Administrative Committee, Purchase Committee, Admission Committee, Building Committee, College Magazine Committee and Grievances Committee. Therefore, the administration and internal management is decentralized and democratic. The College circulates academic calendar before the commencement of the session and the got Rs 1.2 crore to augment infrastructure as per the master plan last year. The manpower assessment is done by the state Government and recruitment by state Public Service Commission. There are no vacant posts of faculty at present in the College. Out of the total substantive strength a couple of non-teaching posts are vacant. The faculty is assessed in two ways, they are require to submit annual self-appraisal report and through student feedback and with the help of structured questionnaire. For faculty the professional development is provided by their participation in refresher courses and orientation courses. The benefits to staff are the as given to State Government employees. Since it is Government funded institution its budget is provided by the State. Its non-plan budget for 2005-06 is Rs. 64.23 lacs and plan budget Rs. 10.17 l while for the year 2006-07 NP budget is Rs. 69.027 lacs and Plan budget is Rs. 16.3 lacs. Out of Non-Plan outlay of Rs. 64.23, Rs. 63.44 were spent and out of plan outlay of Rs. 10.17 lacs Rs 8.208 lacs were spent during the financial year 2005-06. The unit cost of education works out Rs 1407.00 excluding salary and Rs. 5007.00 including salary for the year 2005-06.
The college recovered fee from students Rs. 15.13 lac during 2005-06.The finances are audited by external audit.
Criterion VII Healthy Practice
In order to achieve goals and objective stated in its mission the College gives value based education to students. It holds seminars to enrich students with quality education. The College invites guest speakers with whom students interact. The organization of debates and symposia benefit students in acquiring skills. About 13 functions were organized last year. The students also participated in inter-state and inter-University Kabadi. Some students participated in inter-University basketball and some in athletics. The College has organized number of cultural functions last year and also carried out extension programmes. There is one exclusive course 'Rashtrya Gaurav' on value education. The NSS volunteers play role for imbibing social responsibilities.
The overall development is demonstrated by the College by its admission policy, financial support to needy students, teaching and evaluation and good coordination among faculty and administration for efficient management of the College
Section 3 Overall Analysis
The peer team visited the Netaji Subash Chandra Bose College, Lucknow,U.P from 27th March to 29th March, 2007 for validation of the self-study report. During the visit the discussions were held with stakeholders- faculty, non teaching staff, administration, parent's alumni members and students. On the basis of assessment of goal orientation, curriculum development, academic flexibility and feedback mechanism, teaching-learning evaluation with use of teaching-technology- gadgetry and reforms, innovations, research activity, extension programmes, participation in sports, academic inputs financial support, governance efficiency in decision making and planning, resource mobilization and value education commitment, the peer team make the following commendations and invite attention of the college, affiliating University authority and the State Government to certain areas of concern and make recommendations for future development of the institution:
The College is providing education to female youth at low unit cost
It has very low drop out rate
College is providing value based education by having one compulsory subject Rashtra Gaurav
It offers admissions to various under-privileged students as per reservation policy.
The College provides remedial classes for disadvantaged students.
The College has feed back mechanism for evaluation of faculty.
The College carries out collaborative extension activities through NSS/NCC
The College provides financial assistance to needy students out of Poor Student Welfare Fund
The College has a good number of scholarships for the underprivileged students
It has decentralized and democratic administrative mechanism for its function
It disseminates education incorporating aesthetic sense, intellectual ability and skill competence.
Teaching programme is communicated to students as per calendar before commencement of the session.
It encourages faculty to avail of study leave for improvement of qualifications.
Teachers participate in seminars and publish research papers.
Areas of concern and recommendations
The college needs to impart education in accordance with needs and requirements present times.
The college needs to introduce some career-oriented courses based on self- financing.
The affiliating University need to consider grant of permanent affiliation to the College to enable it to avail of UGC sponsored programmes / facilities.
There is a need to provide education at PG level.
There is a need have focus on skill formation through UGC add on courses
The teaching inputs need to be augmented by using teaching technology aids.
The existing laboratories need to be upgraded.
There is a need to focus on sports activities.
The out-reach extension activities need to be strengthened.
The college needs to augment physical infrastructure.
There should be at least 100 PC's in the College with each teacher having one on work place and in large laboratory.
Internet access needs to be made available to faculty and students during the day time.
The College needs to have computer centre as central facility and house large number of PC's.
The faculty needs to activate itself for research activity by taking up minor Research projects.
The library needs to be upgraded both in terms of number of books and space. Slowly College should use technology for issue of books and transform this into digital library.
The College needs to provide book bank facility to needy students.
The College need to constitute IQAC
The College has only one teacher in most of the Departments and hence has a very heavy load. The student / teacher ratio is unreasonably high. The
Government should immediately sanctioned additional posts so that teaching load is as per UGC norms.
Since many students come from Hindi medium schools, there is a need to introduce bridge course for English spoken language.
The peer team is of the opinion that this exercise will be useful to the College to initiate quality enhancement and quality enrichment strategies towards further growth and development.
Prof R . S. Sirohi,
Prof Nisar Ali,
Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences,
University of Kashmir,
Prof R.K. Sharma,
Director cum Principal,
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