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DAV Velankar College of Commerce, Solapur, Maharashtra
DAV Velankar College of Commerce, Solapur, Maharashtra
Address:Dayanand Nagar, Raviwar Peth
Solapur (District Solapur)
Maharashtra, IndiaPin Code : 413002
DAV Velankar College of Commerce, Solapur Maharashtra is a recognised institute / college. Status: Un-Aided. DAV Velankar College of Commerce, Solapur Maharashtra is also known as DAV Velankar College Of Commerce And Institute Of Management Development And Research. DAV Velankar College of Commerce, Solapur Maharashtra is managed by Society: DAV College Managing Committees. DAV Velankar College of Commerce, Solapur Maharashtra was established on / in 2010.
Principal of DAV Velankar College of Commerce, Solapur Maharashtra is Dr. Sudha Rathi, AK Gawai (9226239975), Dr. Smt.Yajamanya S.R. (Mobile 986079773).
DAV Velankar College of Commerce is situated in Solapur of Maharashtra state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Solapur comes under Solapur Tehsil, Solapur District.
Fax # of DAV Velankar College of Commerce, Solapur Maharashtra is +91-0217-2728900.
Residence Phone No(s) of concerned peron(s) of DAV Velankar College of Commerce, Solapur Maharashtra is (are) : 0217-2311218.
Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at DAV Velankar College of Commerce, Solapur Maharashtra are 9370404004.
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Website of DAV Velankar College of Commerce, Solapur Maharashtra is www.davsolapur.org/.
Contact Details of DAV Velankar College of Commerce, Solapur Maharashtra are : Telephone: +91-217-2323194, 2326902(O)
Railway Station Solapur( 6.0 km.)
Bus Stand Solapur( 4.0 km.)
Hostel Intake Boys: Nil Girls : Nil
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CoursesDAV Velankar College of Commerce, Solapur Maharashtra runs course(s) in Commerce, Business Management stream(s).
Bachelor of Commerce(B.Com) Master of Commerce(M.Com) Master of Business Administration(M.B.A)
Approval details: DAV Velankar College of Commerce is affiliated with Solapur University, Solapur
Profile of DAV Velankar College of CommerceThe D.A.V. Velankar College of Commerce, Solapur was established in 1952. It is the oldest Commerce College in Solapur area, has its Local Advisory Committee consisting of Eminent Business Personalities, Members of Judiciary and Academics. Under the stewardship of the people of intellect and industry, the College has completed 52 years of its meritorious educational service. The College has maintained its unique position in the field of Education with its teachers and students contributing substantially to every area of life. The College has maintained a great tradition of acquiring merit positions in the University Examinations. A good number of students of this College have excelled in all University Examinations.
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NAAC report of DAV Velankar College of CommerceSECTION : 1 : PREFACE
The D.A.V. Velankar College of Commerce, Solapur (Maharashtra) was established in the year 1952 with the objective of translation of latest knowledge related to commercial and economic affairs to students, to motivate and encourage research in commerce and related areas and to develop skill of the students to participate in business related activities. This is an aided college affiliated to Shivaji University, Kolhapur. It was recognised under 2f in the year 1957. The college is situated in an area of 63 acres of land shared by other six sister institutions and it is located in urban surroundings of Solapur.
The College offers one Undergraduate and two Postgraduate Programmes. Total strength of permanent teachers is 12 of which 2 are Ph.D. Degree holders, 3 are M.Phil. Degree holders and 7 are Postgraduates, with 1 temporary teachers and 7 part-time teachers. There are 20 Non-teaching staff members.
The College has a strength of 1094 in B.Com. of which 370 are girls and rest are boys, 219 in Postgraduate Programme of which 77 are girls and rest are boys. The College follows Annual system of examination for B.Com. and Semester system for M.B.A.
The Institution is volunteered to be assessed by NAAC, Bangalore and submitted its Self Study Report during March 2003. Peer Team was constituted by NAAC to visit the Institution and validate the Self Study Report. The Peer Team consisting of Prof. A.M. Pathan, Vice-Chancellor, Maulana Azad National Urdu University, Hyderabad as the Chairperson, Shri K. Thankachan J., Principal, Shri G.H. Gosrani Commerce and Shri D.D. Nagda B.B.A. College, Jamnagar, Gujarat as Member-Coordinator and Dr. U.C. Jain, Principal, Mahakaushal Arts and Commerce College, Jabalpur, Madhyapradesh as a Member. The team visited the college on 22nd and 23rd July 2004.
The Peer Team examined in detail the performance of the Institution, its infrastructure, curricular and co-curricular activities and other relevant aspects of its functioning. It held interactions with different sections of the college community during the two days visit and an in-depth analysis of the performance was made.
The team also examined documentary evidences related to the academic governances and administration. It also interacted with the Management, Principal, the Teaching and Non-teaching staff, students, parents and alumni of the Institution. In addition, the Team analysed the Self Study Report submitted by the College.
Based on the above exercise and keeping in mind the seven criteria identified by the NAAC, the Peer Team assessed the Institution which is presented in the following pages.
SECTION: 2 CRITERION-WISE ANALYSIS
Criterion I - Curricular Aspects
The college offers One Under Graduate B.Com. programme under Grant-in-aid status and two self-financing P.G. programmes M.Com. and M.B.A under the faculty of commerce. For B.Com. the college offers The optional subjects Mathematics and Insurance in the first year and Advanced Accounting and Advanced Banking in the third year. For M.Com. the specialization areas are Costing & Taxation or Industrial Structure and Labour Problems and Legislation. For M.B.A., the college provides for Manufacturing, Marketing, Human Resource, Financial and Computer Management areas as specialization.
Though the college offers Computer Management as specialisation, it has so far not established computer lab for this purpose. Most of the courses offered are job oriented which cater the students' demand for knowledge as well as skill to help them enter in to the competitive job market directly.
The flexibility in course options offered at M.B.A. level ensures acquisition of knowledge and skill by the right students in the right way and thus ensures good academic performance and development of the students. All the programmes offered by the college are in conformity with its goals and objectives.
The college follows the syllabus prescribed by the University for all the programmes as it is affiliated to the Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
The college adopts annual system for both B.Com. and M.Com. and Semester System for M.B.A.
The college take care of the overall development of the personality of students by setting up various internal committees in the college for organizing curricular as well as co-curricular activities and extra curricular activities like debate, quiz competition, group discussion, cultural programmes etc.
Social Awareness and Social Commitment among the students are inculcated by various social and educational activities of NCC and NSS.
Criterion II - Teaching, Learning and Evaluation
The college follows a transparent admission procedure and the students are admitted to various courses on the basis of their academic records. The students for M.B.A. program are admitted on the basis of the Common Entrance Test conducted by the Director of Technical Education, Maharashtra State.
Though the college claims the overall performance of the students of B.Com. and M.Com. are monitored through term end examinations but the team was not in position to ascertain its validity either from the from the students or the faculty. For the M.B.A students Industrial visits, guest lectures, project works, work shops are arranged to supplement the class room lecture in order to increase their practical knowledge on the subjects.
The teaching process is based on a unitised syllabus for which a teaching plan is prepared at the beginning of the year. Follow-up of the teaching plan is done by the respective department heads through discussions periodically. The students are informed about the evaluation methods at the beginning of the year. Thus teachers ensure systematic and effective implementation of the syllabus. The college makes use of Audio-Visuals, group discussions, debates to supplement the class room teaching for M.B.A.
The college has a standard statutory mechanism for evaluating the performance of the teachers. The teachers collect feedback on their teaching informally from the students and make necessary corrections in their teaching. Experts appointed by the University scrutinize the Self Appraisal Forms of the faculty members.
The college also put in its efforts to improve the quality of faculty and hence they are encouraged to participate in refresher courses, orientation courses, seminars, workshops, national and international conferences.
The college has also conducted State and University level seminars. Teachers of this college are participating in various committees and bodies of the University. The college is blessed with well experienced and learned professors who are the members of various state as well as national level committees. The college has higher percentage of passing at M.B.A. level.
The recruitment of the faculty is carried out by a duly constituted selection committee and by following standard selection procedure. Candidates with proper qualification are appointed as per the guidelines of the university.
The college does not has a full fledged regular Principal, Librarian and few teachers which hinders the proper functioning and hence the growth of the college.
Emphasis is given in the imparting value based education as per the mission of the parent body. The college honours outstanding students in academic and non-academic fields by giving away awards in a common platform in order to give a moral boost to the excellence.
Criterion III - Research, Consultancy and Extension
The teachers of this college are actively engaged in the research and publishing research articles in commercial dailies and periodicals. The Management students of this college have to submit project report based on their study on various functional management areas as a part of the curriculum.
Although the teachers have potential for research which is reflected in their publication of their articles but it is not fully utilised. No teachers seems to have made any efforts to get outside financial assistance from funding agencies like AICTE and UGC for the purpose of research and improvement of infrastructure.
The college has appointed a designated person in charge of extension activities other than N.S.S and N.C.C. officers. The achievements made by N.S.S. and N.C.C. are beneficial to the society which inculcates a social feeling and help make the students socially responsible.
Few outstanding achievements of N.C.C. cadets which is reflected in their
receiving 8 Gold Medals and their regular representation in Republic Day Parade.
The college carries out extension activities in the areas of community development, social work, blood donation camps, AIDS awareness campaigns, environment awareness programmes, Medical Camps etc. in order to develop civic consciousness among the students and fulfil their responsibility towards society. The college gives enough incentives to the staff members for their active participation in the extension activities.
Criterion IV - Infrastructure and Learning Resources
The college is situated in an area of 63 acres with an urban setting with different buildings, all are shared by other six sister institutions. The class rooms and other infrastructure facilities are also shared by the sister concerns. The college has minimum infrastructure facilities to run the educational programmes and administrative work. The students of the college are provided with the hostel, canteen and Gymkhana facilities on a shared basis by the parent organization. The College has got a play ground on shared basis for different outdoor games. It has also a facility for indoor games. Students are provided with vehicle parking area on payment basis.
The College has a partially computerised central library having about 23504 books with a major proportion of reference books and 38 periodicals. The library has an internet linkage with DELNET. The library works daily from 9 am to 5 pm in normal course and from 8 am to 10 pm
during examinations. The library is equipped with Computers, Audio and Video Cassettes and internet facility. Separate reading rooms are made available for both boys and girls.
The entire infrastructure facility is utilized to the maximum by the college by providing the use of infrastructure to various Government Departments and social organizations for conducting examinations and general meetings, Cultural functions etc.
The administrative office of the college is computerised.
The college has mechanisms for maintaining the infrastructure. Experts on the basis of Annual Maintenance Contracts maintain the computers and other equipments of the college.
By giving special emphasis, the college generate a spirit in the field of sports and games. The college encourages the students to participate in Local, University and National sports meets and the winning talents are recognized by giving away awards. Some of the students of this college brought laurels to the college by participating in state, regional, national the international levels. All these show the spirit generated by the college in the field of sports and games.
Criterion V - Students Support and Progression
The college has sufficient support services which are shared by other six sister institutions also. The college provides financial aid in the form of
scholarships from Central Govt., State Govt., other external Institutions to the deserved category of students.
The college makes the admission procedure transparent by publishing a prospects annually which contains information about the college, parent Institution, admission procedure, structure of fees, structure of the courses, facilities provided to the students, students' welfare schemes, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities, rules of discipline etc.
The college has an Alumni Association which is recently formed and yet to be registered.
The College organizes campus interviews by the industries especially for the M.B.A. students. Even though the college runs professional courses like M.B.A. and M.Com., it has so far not established placement cell. However, necessary guidance is given to the students informally by the teachers for their career enhancement and getting suitable job.
The over all development of the personality of the students is taken care of by conducting arts, cultural, literary competitions by various clubs and associations of this college.
The services done by the N.S.S. as well as N.C.C. units of the college is worth mention here. The N.C.C. cadets regularly participate in the Republic Day parade , New Delhi.
The literary aptitude of the students is promoted by the Wall Papers prepared by the students periodically viz. 'Vanijya Patrika' and 'Akshayya Vani' and the yearly college magazine 'Yojak' published by the M.B.A. students.
Criterion VI - Organisation and Management
D.A.V. College Managing Committee, New Delhi, runs the college. A Local Secretary is appointed by the College managing committee to look after the institutions of that particular locality. A Local Advisory Committee functions under the Local Secretary in order to provide necessary advice and guidance as and when required. Besides this, the college has a statutory Local Management Committee appointed as per the guidelines of the University Act. However, internal co-ordination and monitoring are carried out by the committees of teachers and students appointed at the beginning of each year.
Even though the college has been offering M.B.A. Programme since 1986, it is yet to constitute governing body for M.B.A. programme as per AICTE norms and also the faculty position is below the prescribed requirement of AICTE.
The curricular , co-curricular and extra curricular activities of the college are carried out by different committees. The Principal monitors the work efficiency of the non-teaching staff. The college plans all curricular and co-curricular activities by preparing an Academic Calendar.
The college provides financial assistance to teaching and non-teaching staff. Apart from General Provident Fund and Gratuity, the staff members are benefited from Group Insurance Scheme and Employee Co-Operative Credit Society functioning in the college.
The fee structure of the college is transparent which is communicated to the students well in advance through the prospectus. Besides this, benefits of State and Central Govt. Scholarships as well as internal scholarship schemes are extended to many students of this college.
Criterion VII - Healthy Practices
Following are the few healthy practices of the college..
The college has a mechanism for internal quality checks in administrative area.
The college has established industrial linkages for the benefit of M.B.A.
The college has constituted a committee for prevention of sexual harassment.
The college encourages outstanding sports persons by awarding cash prizes.
The Principal enjoys full administrative autonomy.
The college is inculcating a sense of social responsibility and civic sense among its students through NSS activities and other community orientation programmes.
The college gives enough participation to the staff members in the routine decision making process.
Annual Magazine and Wall Papers published in the college develop the literary talent of the student.
Through its various committees and associations the college is promoting a work culture which enables the students to work independently as well as in team.
SECTION: 3 OVERALL ANALYSIS
The Peer Team carefully perused and analysed the Self Study Report submitted by the Institution. During the Institutional visit, the Team went through the entire relevant documents, visited the Departments and facilities and interacted with the various constituents of the Institution. The College to some extent has been successful in fulfilling its aims and objectives of providing higher education. The College has provided academic and support facilities in cultivating a healthy environment.
The Peer Team records the following commendable features of the college
Winning of Gold Medal by a disabled student in Swimming Competition.
N.C.C. girl cadet won Gold Medals in cultural events.
Two of the students participated in International Swimming Competitions held at Colombo.
Two students represented at National Level in Khokho and Athletics.
N.C.C. cadets represent regularly Republic Day Parade.
College has set up rain water harvesting system.
The Peer Team, in two days visit and interaction with the Staff, students, parents and Alumni makes the following recommendations.
There is a need for the college to opt for autonomy for the institution.
There is a need to establish a full-fledged computer lab for the benefit of the students.
There is a need for establishment of Placement Cell.
There is a need to fill up the vacant positions of Principal, Librarian and Teachers.
There is a need to establish a separate library for P.G. Courses.
The teachers must be encouraged and motivated to improve their academic qualifications.
Teachers must make effort to generate finance form various funding agencies.
The college must make effort to introduce UGC sponsored vocational courses and need based, market friendly diploma and certificate courses for which the alumni has extended their full support.
There is a need to provide sufficient reading material for competitive examinations as suggested by students.
There is a need to increase the intake in the second year M.Com. for 50 to 100 students as the admission to first year M.Com. is 100 which is limited to 50 in the second year M.Com.
There is a need to improve infrastructure facilities like providing water purifier and fans.
The Peer Team thanks the Management, Principal and staff for their cooperation during the visit and wish that the college will benefit from the recommendations made by the committee.
Prof. A.M. Pathan - Chairman
Prin. K.Thankachan J. - Member-Coordinator
Dr. U.C. Jain - Member
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