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Nistarini College, Purulia, West Bengal
Nistarini College, Purulia, West Bengal
Purulia (District Purulia)
West Bengal, IndiaPin Code : 723101
Nistarini College, Purulia West Bengal is a recognised institute / college. Status: Private Aided Colleges.
Principal of Nistarini College, Purulia West Bengal is Dr Nilima Sinha.
Nistarini College, Purulia West Bengal is situated in Purulia of West Bengal state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com.
Contact Details of Nistarini College, Purulia West Bengal are : Telephone: +91-3252-226942, 222064
CoursesB.A.(Honours) / B.Sc.(Honours) in Economics
B.A.(Honours) in Bengali
B.A.(Honours) in English
B.A.(Honours) in History
B.A.(Honours) in Philosophy
B.A.(Honours) in Political Science
B.A.(Honours) in Sanskrit
B.Sc. (Honours) in Nutrition
B.Sc.(Honours) in Botany
B.Sc.(Honours) in Chemistry
B.Sc.(Honours) in Mathematics
B.Sc.(Honours) in Physics
B.Sc.(Honours) in Zoology
B.Sc.(Honours)/B.A.(Honours) in Geography
Nistarini College, Purulia West Bengal runs course(s) in Degree stream(s).
Nistarini College is affiliated with Burdwan University, Bardhhaman (Burdwan) (West Bengal)
Media coverage of Nistarini College, Purulia West Bengal, West Bengal
NAAC report of Nistarini CollegeSECTION I : INTRODUCTION
Nistarini College, Purulia (West Bengal) was established on 17th August 1957 to fulfill the educational needs and aspirations of the people of the district of Purulia, by providing courses under the Faculties of Arts and Science leading to a Bachelor's degree. The College is affiliated to the University of Burdwan, Burdwan, and is situated in an urban area with a campus spread over approximately 18 Bighas (6 acres). The institution was recognised under 2(f) and 12B of the UGC Act, 1956. The college, being the only Women's College in the entire district of Purulia enjoys the grant-in-aid status of the Government of West Bengal.
An affiliated College of Burdwan University, Nistarini College is located in the backward district of Purulia (W.B.). The College is named after Smt. Nistarini Devi, (the proud mother of Sri Deshbandhu Chittaranjan Das, the nationalist leader) who being one of the first lady graduates of West Bengal took steps to educate the women of the backward classes of the District. The college started in the Summer House of the great nationalist leader Deshbandhu C.R. Das. The Foundation Stone of the Academic Building was laid by the then Hon'ble President of the Indian Republic Dr. Rajendra Prasad on 6th November 1958. The inauguration of the Academic Building was done by the then Chief Minister of West Bengal Dr. B. C. Roy.
The College offers 24 programmes (15 Pass and 9 Honours), 8 vocational programmes and 3 training programmes. It has 15 departments: Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Zoology and Botany under the Faculty of Science and English, Bengali, Sanskrit, Economics, History, Hindi, Geography, Political Science, Philosophy and Music under the Faculty of Arts. Out of these Honours course is offered in the subjects of Botany, Chemistry and Mathematics in Science and English, Bengali, History, Geography, Philosophy and Political Science in Arts. The Honours course in Botany and the pass course in Music is run under a self-financing scheme. The college also offers vocational courses in collaboration with an NGO (Kalyan) on Food Processing and Preservation (one month); Batik Print (Three months), Nursing Attendant (six months), Tailoring-Dress Designing-Embroidery (six months); Wool Knitting (Three months), Beautician Course, Physiotherapy (six months) and Soft Toy making (one month). Among other training programmes offered by the college are Computer Training (Three months); Spoken English (Three months) and Geographical Information System (GIS) (Six months). The College imparts higher education up to graduation level for girls. There are 51 teachers, of whom 30 are on full-time permanent basis and 21 on Part-time temporary basis including 7 Guest Lecturers and 2 contractual Lecturers. Out of 30 permanent teachers 11 are Ph.D. Degree holders, 16 PG degree holders and 3 M.Phil Degree holders. The number of non-teaching staff is 28, out of which 22 are administrative and 06 are technical. In the year 2003-2004, the student strength consisted of 1207 girls. Most of the students are drawn from the State of West Bengal, while only a few students come from other States. The total number of working days conforms to the UGC norms. The support services include Central Library, Computer Centre, Medical Unit, Sports facilities, Canteen, Cycle Shed, Hostels, Common Room, Guest House, Gymnasium, a store, Yoga Training Centre, Generator, Water Coolers, a multi-purpose vehicle, pump house, auditorium, and also free health insurance for students and full and half freeship for needy and meritorious students. They also have a staff room for teachers, a Teaching Materials Centre and accomodation.
The College volunteered to be assessed by NAAC, Bangalore, and prepared the Self Study Report which was submitted to NAAC. A Peer Team was constituted by the NAAC to visit the college and validate the Self-Study Report. The Peer Team consisting of Prof S. N Behera, Former Vice-Chancellor of Berhampur University, presently at Bhubaneswar, as Chairperson, Prof. Radhika Raman Sahay, former Professor of Philosophy and Dean of the Faculty of Humanities, Patna University, as Member-Coordinator, and Prof. Harvir Sharma, Emeritus Professor, in Defence Studies, University Grant Commission at Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, as Member; visited the institution on 7th and 8th September, 2004.
Prior to the visit, the Peer Team had carefully gone through the Self Study Report submitted by the College and made a detailed analysis of the facts and figures. During the visit, the Team went through all the relevant documents, visited all the departments and laboratories, held discussions with the members of the teaching staff and perused the available facilities of all the Departments as well as the support services of the College. The Team also interacted with the members of the Governing Body, the Principal, the members of the Non-teaching staff, students, parents and Alumni. The academic, co-curricular, sports and extension facilities were reviewed. The Peer Team has drawn up its conclusions on the basis of the above exercise keeping in mind the criteria identified by NAAC. The assessment of the College under various criteria, the commendable features as well as the issues of concern are given ahead.
SECTION II : CRITERION-WISE ANALYSIS
Criterion I: Curricular Aspects
The institution is moving ahead with the modern innovations in the field of higher education as it is reflected in curriculum of the college. The institution is providing value-based education along with traditional academic programmes. The college is offering Honours Degrees in the Arts as well as in Science subjects. The Progressive report is highlighted through suitable diagrammes. Multidisciplinary approach is being followed to strengthen the academic structure of this college. Workshops and seminars are being organized by the departments of Bengali and English to enrich the academic status of the institution.
The departments of History and Geography are organizing excursions for the students in order to enhance their knowledge of the discipline-concerned. More so, the institution offers student counseling about the departments, teachers and the course contents. Exchange programmes are being organized at the local level and the guest lectures are being promoted in the leading colleges of the district.
The college is required to follow the academic and examination patterns and syllabi determined by the parent Burdwan University. The University holds two examinations on the Annual pattern- Part I at the end of the second year (on the courses taught in the first two years), and Part II at the end of the third year. In addition to their Honours subject, the Honours students study two subjects of the General stream for the Part I examination, whereas the General students study three subjects for Part I and Part II examination.
The senior faculty members get the opportunity of giving suggestions in respect of the design and structure of courses when invited to consultative workshop on curricula and syllabi organized by the University. Due to high workload on the teachers and constraints imposed by the timetable and classroom shortage, the College is not able to offer all possible subject combination smoothly. The College also provides instructions for the compulsory non-core Papers in Bengali (or Alternative English or Hindi, for those whose mother-tongue is not Bengali) and English for the Part I examination and Environmental Studies for the Part II examination.
Within the framework of University regulations, the College has taken some innovative initiatives. Although the University syllabi are not on the unit pattern, the teachers of several Departments have unitized course contents and the units are communicated to students at the beginning of the session. Instead of one home examination on the Annual pattern at the end of the first year, the college has instituted a semester type modality in the first two years, holding (in the manner of the semester system) the first year home examination in two segments and another home examination around the middle of the second year. This helps the students to prepare more systematically and benchmark their readiness for the Part I examination.
Criterion II- Teaching-learning and Evaluation
The students are admitted to various courses through their academic records and not through entrance tests. The institution is providing audio-visuals and other teaching aids to impart teaching to the students and also to the teachers for their presentation. Self-appraisal method is adopted to evaluate the performance of the faculty in teaching and research programmes. The college has organized UGC seminars in few departments for faculty development. Workshops and seminars were organized by the Deptt. of English, Bengali, History, Philosophy, Chemistry and Botany.
Inter-departmental collaboration with the Departments of neighbouring colleges and also exchange of views with regard to enrich the courses, in subject such as Zoology, Botany, History, Geography and Bengali. The college also has signed MOU with Netaji Subash Open University for running a Centre on distance education.
The college has also organized a non-credit spoken English proficiency course to help students enhance communicative skills and, by agreement with the Institute of Computer Engineers (India), a subsidiary of the Techno India Group, a well-equipped campus facility for training up to 100 students a year (in two sessions) for the DOEACC 'A' & 'O' Level examinations.
Seats are reserved for various categories as per reservation policy of the State Government. The cut-off marks for admission are quite high for the Honours programmes in the science subjects and for English in the Arts stream which indicates the academic repute of the concerned Departments. Apart from the regular schedule of teaching for the B.A. and B.Sc. Honours and General Programmes, the College runs a special schedule (the morning shift) for B.A. (General) students in almost all the subjects.
Criterion III - Research Consultancy and Extension
The College is not a recognized centre for Ph.D. research. However, few teachers are engaged in research activities on their own and by individual connections and one of the teachers of Bengali Department has been recognized as a Ph.D. guide by the University. Besides, the college has three N.S.S. Units with three programme officers for extension activities. One N.C.C. Unit has started N.C.C. Training to selective cadets in the College Campus from this year. The college has no expertise available for consultancy services. The students participate in extension activities through N.S.S. programmes. The college has also adopted two villages, located close to the town. One of them is the Rehabilitation Centre of the people suffering from leprosy and their families. The institution has been planning extension activities along with the NGO's and GO's which activise the programmes jointly. In addition to this motivation, camps for and blood donation are being conducted periodically, also awareness programmes on AIDs and Pulse Polio Immunization activities are being done during the academic year 2002-2003 and 2003-2004.
Being an under-graduate institution, with considerable workload on teachers, the faculty does not have enough institutional facilities and time for pursuing research activities. Therefore, there is a need for special incentives (like grants of small core funds, purchase of some more journals in the library etc.) to encourage the teachers to undertake research work particularly those without a Ph.D. degree.
The college enables teachers to undertake research by granting study leave for doctoral and post-doctoral studies in accordance with the prescribed norms and permits them to attend academic and professional conferences. Some teachers have a commendable number of publications to their credit. The English department is playing a leading role in publishing its own journal at the national level.
The number of teachers are participating in Faculty Development Programmes (Orientation Programmes and Refresher Courses) over the past two years was 12, and some teachers have addressed such programmes as resource persons. Few teachers have attended National Seminars and academic conferences as participants. The college authorities are supportive of research by teachers and their participation in Faculty Development Programmes.
The faculty encourages and supervises the participation of students through the NSS in extension activities relating to community development, health and hygiene, adult education and literacy, aids awareness, human rights awareness, environmental awareness, etc.
The college prescribed a sessional Academic Calendar at the commencement of each academic year and each Department prepares monthly and term-wise teaching-plans, in the particular context of the semesterisation of teaching and home examinations. As stated earlier, the Departments also unitise the syllabi for both theoretical and practical classes. Besides 'chalk and talk', some Departments use charts, audio-visual methods, Project work, Field survey, educational field trips, inter-disciplinary seminars, guest lectures, students group discussions, etc. as supplementary methods of teaching. The College had 216 teaching days out of the total of 265 working days in 2002-03, which appears to the general level and is ahead of UGC norms.
As a result, there is considerable teaching load on the faculty, which is not conductive per se to a fruitful learning environment. However, the faculty members have shown a sense of commitment to their students by striving hard to enrich their learning experience despite these constraints.
Criterion IV- Infrastructure and Learning Resources
It is a grant-in-aid college which was established on 17th August 1957. With a reasonably large existing infrastructure in respect of building, lawns, gardens, auditorium etc, the college authority is planning its further extension. The college ensures optimum utilization of its infrastructure facility by making maximum use of limited space by arranging classes in two shifts - morning and day, providing facility to Netaji Subhash Open University for its study centre on every Saturday and Sunday, allowing its auditorium to Govt. or Semi-Govt. bodies for their programmes against payment. The college also acts as a counselling center for the Vidyasagar Open University. Seminar and conference rooms of the college are used by students, teachers and other agencies like District Hospital, Leprosy Mission and other N.G.O's. The college also offers its premises for conducting various competitive examinations during Saturdays and Sundays, thereby earning some additional revenue which is used for the maintenance of the infrastructure.
The Building Committee of the college takes major decisions regarding maintenance of the building of the college as a whole. The Teachers' Council helps to maintain the staff room, while the Students' Union helps to maintain the Common Room. The college has three N.S.S. Units. The N.S.S. Units of the college, with the help of its volunteer, helps in maintaining the gardens, lawns, floors of the academic building and various display boards. To keep the campus clean, beautiful and pollution-free, Principal, with the help of N.S.S. programme officers takes keen interest. Posters, wall paintings, display boards are put up at various points of the college requesting to keep the campus clean. Besides this regular campus cleanliness drives are arranged by the volunteers of N.S.S. The volunteers of NSS also participate in various Government and local bodies programme, e.g. Polio eradication, AIDS Awareness, Blood donations, Literacy Programme, etc. Gardeners are employed on permanent basis to look after the garden and its proper maintenance.
The college has a well maintained Central Library with about 21,422 books. The Library is fully computerized with internet facilities and book bank facility. It subscribes to 15 Journals. It has very good reading room facility as well. An Advisory Committee is empowered to guide about the modernization of the Library, to plan the mode of the optimum use of Library by students and teachers and maintenance of the stock of the Library. The working hour of Library is Monday to Saturday between 10.30 a.m. to 7.30 p.m. except holidays.
The College has central computer facility within its campus. The Geography Department uses the computer Center to run a short term course on Geographical Information System (GIS). There are 15 computers in the college. The college has its own Health Centre with all essential instruments. The services of a doctor on every Tuesday are available for the students. For students of hostel, in case of emergency, doctors are made available by the Superintendent. The College provides various indoor and outdoor games for the students. The college Common Room is very good.
The College has three hostels at present accommodating about 20% of students on roll, i.e., 230 students. The hostel provides the following facilities for the inmates: Common Room, two daily news papers, one magazine, indoor games, televisions, audio system, study room, telephone etc. It has its own generator.
The college has an auditorium with sitting capacity of seven hundred persons. The following facilities are available at the Teaching Material Centre of the college: multimedia computer with printer, Internet connection, one portable audio system, Colour T.V., Overhead Projector, Cassettes, CDs and Charts etc.
The college has a cycle stand for the use of the students. It has a 6 K.V.A. Generator and its own pump house for the drinking water purpose.
The building of the college is maintained by the grants from U.G.C., State Govt. and its own internal resources.
Criterion V- Student Support and Progression
The college publishes its updated prospectus in the month of July every year which reflects an overview of course contents, programmes, admission procedures, college motto, history of the college, fee structures, examination schedule, details about various stipends, scholarships and awards, important rules of the college and faculty members.
Admission in the college is done in order of merit. SC/ST and physically handicapped students get stipend and scholarships by the Government. General students are awarded D.P.I. scholarship on the basis of their performance. 'Gita Ray Education Trust' funded by Mr. Milian Ray provides scholarship to six needy and meritorious students from Purulia District every year. Full and half freeships (for meritorious and needy students) are given by the college. About 15 to 20 percent students are benefited by this scheme. Besides a number of endowment awards are given to toppers of different subjects, two best N.S.S. cadets, for best three students of internal cultural competitions and winner of Annual Dance competition.
The college has recently started the Employment Cell and a teacher is its in-charge. The cell is at its infancy stage but started its functioning in a modest way. It has organized two workshops on various concerned topics.
The college has recently started Alumni Association with the purpose to organise the re-union of the students and to raise educational fund for the development of the college. The college provides the leisure/recreational facilities to the students: indoor games (Badminton, T.T, Carom, Chess), outdoor games (Volley ball, Foot ball, Cricket), Magazines, reading room in the Library, Cultural programmes etc.
To develop all round personality development, college organizes Annual Excursion besides a few more events. The hostel of the college organizes separate picnic for its boarders. Departmental study tours are also arranged by the concerned departments.
Although previous records are not available but recent information reveals that three students of this college passed NET examination, five passed SLET, two passed W.B. Civil Service Examination and forty one School Service Examination (W.B.).
The Peer Team appreciates the initiative taken by the college authority to start Employment Cell as well as Alumni Association in recent years. But there is need to strengthen these two activities. There is scope for greater contribution of the ex-students of the college to the growth of the institution.
It is suggested that more meaningful interaction between the alumni and the parents may be encouraged to get a critical feedback which can be utilized for the improvement of the institution.
The college is running two self-financing courses - Music B.A. General courses and Botany (Hons.) at B.Sc. level.
The Departments regularly conduct class tests to monitor and assess the progress of students and identify the advanced and challenged learners. The advanced learners are encouraged by giving them opportunities to make presentations at student seminars usually held once in a month and assigning them academic leadership roles and various responsibilities in co-curricular activities, including discussion on curricular and general topic, group projects, etc. The teachers place the less privileged learners in group for giving additional attention, while some Departments organize special remedial classes for them. The college has provision for attending to redressing the academic and other grievances of students, and this instrumentality is headed and directed by the Principal with the assistance of senior faculty members.
Criterion VI- Organization and Management
The Governing Body of the College is the apex-monitoring unit of the college. The Principal as the Secretary of the Governing Body coordinates and monitors the academic and administrative activities of the college, with the help of various Committees constituted by the Governing Body. The various Committees consist of teachers, non-teaching staff as well as students' representatives.
A Committee under the leadership of the Principal prepares the academic calendar of the college at the beginning of the session. The work-efficiency of the non-teaching staff is assessed by the Governing Body from time to time and discussion is held to streamline the work-efficiency in more fruitful way. Non-teaching staff are required to fill up a self-appraisal form for the purpose.
The tuition fees have been increased from 5 to 8 times in various courses as per Government instructions, which is a welcome decision.
There is internal audit mechanism in the college. The accountant and the Bursars of the college conduct the internal audit before annual audit by the Chartered Accountant.
The college has a Grievance Redressal Cell for students, guardians, employees and other related people and organizations. The cell accepts the grievances, calls the meetings of cell take appropriate decision to be placed before the Governing Body for final decision.
The following loan facilities are available in the college for teachers and non-teaching staff: (1) loan from Employees Co-operative with term and condition of Co-operative banking, (2) 80% refundable loan from PF in case of Permanent staff and teachers, (3) Non-refundable P.F. loan after 20 years of confirmed service.
In case of any major purchase in the college, a Committee takes appropriate decision for the same.
The college has various welfare programme for students as well as staff of the college. For students there are book-bank facility, canteen, health clinic, various sports items, Aquaguard facility for pure drinking water, etc. For staff there is a Co-operative with facility of loan, services of multi-utility car against payment, Aquaguard in teachers' rest room and another for non-teaching staff as well. The college organizes various camps and awareness programmes to participate its community development programme.
The college receives grant from the UGC and State Government and mobilizes additional revenue through enhanced tuition fee and self-financing courses and by providing campus on rent for holding various entrance/ competitive examinations during holidays organized by various external agencies.
The college has a very supportive Governing Body, which encourages the implementation of professionalism and the use of innovative ideas and schemes through timely and efficient management. There are ten sub-committees constituted by the Governing Body for the better management of the college. Besides this, there are Non-teaching Members' Council, Teachers' Council and Students' Council as well.
The College strictly follows the budget in case of any expenditure and other financial matters. The college has a healthy relationship with every decision-making mode of this institution.
The teachers of the college are appointed as per UGC/State Govt. and University norms by the West Bengal College Service Commission. Part time teachers, guest faculty and contractual teachers are appointed by the college authorities after observing required formality.
The appointments of teachers are made by the West Bengal College Service Commission, and on account of its responsibility for recruiting teachers for all Colleges in the State delays are usual in filling up vacancies. Moreover, new staff positions can only be created by the State Government which generally makes it difficult to institute new subjects. The college does have the freedom to appoint from its own resources, Part-time teaching staff (on the basis of advertisement in local Dailies) according to the teaching needs of Departments, but this modality also has its limitations due to financial constraints.
Criterion VII- Healthy Practices
The peer team has identified a few unique features, which enhance the academic ambience of the college. They are as follows:
Good leadership alongwith excellent inter personal relationship among teaching and non-teaching staff helps in the smooth functioning of the institution.
In the beginning of the session departmental meetings are called to decide the teaching as well as extra and co-curriculum activities, e.g., departmental tour, field survey, examinations etc and innovative methods of teaching.
Teachers submit their self-appraisal forms every year, which are sent to the University for evaluation & suggestion. Non-teaching staff are also submitting self-appraisal forms which are evaluated in the college by a duly constituted Committee.
The college emphasizes on the inculcation of moral values and nationalistic ideals among the students.
Environmental Science is taught as a compulsory subject in the final year of all courses so that students can develop better awareness of their natural and social environment.
The Volunteers of N.S.S. play a major role in developing the social consciousness of the students by organizing blood donation camps, seminars on health & hygiene and cleanliness drive not only for volunteers of N.S.S. but for the general students as well.
The college offers its computer center with internet facility to be used by the students and organizes discussion classes on the development and usage of information technology.
The college regularly organizes cultural competitions, sports competitions, debates, academic excursions and residential camps to develop a habit of working as a part of a team, as well as independently.
The college uses source of the latest managerial tools like team work, computerization, strategic planning etc, which have helped in bringing noteworthy changes in the work environment of the college.
The college strictly follows the traditional ideas of education such as the building of character, morality, patience, sharing, etc. by providing different programmes on value education.
The college organizes a number of programmes to promote civic responsibilities among the students and to maintain as well as increase community orientation of the institution.
A noteworthy innovative practice is the painting of the college boundary wall by the students.
SECTION III: OVERALL ANALYSIS
The peer Team after going through the Self-study Report and after visits to various academic and physical facilities in the College is satisfied by the progress of the College in fulfilling its aims and objectives of providing higher education to the Women of this area. The Peer Team, while appreciating the management for its efforts in providing Women's education for the benefit of economically and socially backward students, would like to bring to the attention of the College authorities certain concerns for its consideration.
The Peer Team would like to commend the institution in the following areas:-
Encouragement and support given by the Management to the institution.
Dedication and commitment of the faculty and non-teaching staff.
Effective leadership of the Principal and her efforts in maintaining good
human relationship, with all concerned.
Facilitating and promoting student participation in co-curricular activities, social works, community oriented work, personality development programmes and cultural activities.
Employment Guidance Cell is available in the College to guide students for informing them about job-market and higher studies as well.
The teaching faculty of the college are generally devoted and committed in undertaking many useful activities other than their normal work, like field visits, educational tours, exhibitions, seminars, etc., and also arrange conferences and workshops to bring eminent academicians from other famous institutions.
The Peer Team would like to suggest the College to consider the following:
The college may explore a little more the possibility of development skills through OJT (On Job Training) with GOs (Government Organizations) and private sector firms so that the learning process becomes more intensive and enjoyable.
Sports activities may be geared up further, especially with reference to participation by tribal girls, who are expected to do well in sports.
The Alumni Association may be activated to play a pro-active role in the overall development of the College.
More teachers may be encouraged towards research work and undertaking minor research projects in order to reach to newer knowledge.
More faculty members should become members of professional bodies and should attend seminars/conferences/refreshers courses regularly.
The Central Library should be enriched with the addition of new books and current journals in all subjects.
Construction of more hostels be taken up on priority basis, as there is a need for accommodating students from distant places.
The college authority should think of introducing Post Graduate programme in a few subjects, which are showing exceptional results.
The college should plan to strengthen the existing Computer Centre for providing Computer Training to interested students of the College and for promoting Information Technology (IT)-based education.
The College should plan to increase its transport facilities for the benefit of students traveling from long distances.
Keeping in view the achievements of the College in different areas attempts should be made to publish a proper Annual Report of the College, which can appropriately reflect the activities.
For smooth running of the classes and widening the range of available subject combinations, some more Part-time teachers should be appointed, in those departments where the existing number of permanent teachers is small.
The Peer Team is impressed by the progress made by the College so far. The Peer Team wishes the College authorities all the best in all sorts of activities.
It records its deep appreciation for the whole-hearted co-operation, support and goodwill extended to the members of the Peer Team by the Management, the Principal and all the constituents of the College. The Peer Team wishes the college all success in its efforts to reach to greater heights.
(Prof. S. N. Behera)
(Prof. Harvir Sharma)
(Dr. Nilima Sinha)
Dated 08th September 2004.
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