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Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Arts Commerce and Science College, Nanded, Maharashtra


Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Arts Commerce and Science College, Nanded, Maharashtra
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Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Arts Commerce and Science College is situated in Nanded of Maharashtra state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Nanded comes under Nanded Tehsil, Nanded District.

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Contact Details of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Arts Commerce and Science College, Nanded Maharashtra are : Telephone: +91-2462-242017, 244486


Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Arts Commerce and Science College, Nanded Maharashtra runs course(s) in Arts, Commerce, Science stream(s).
B.C.A.,B.Sc.C.S.,M.A.:- Sanskrit,Public Administration, Political Science-M.Sc.:-Envi. Sci.,Microbiology and

Organic Chemistry

Research Center / M.Phil. Courses:
Public Admi.,Chemistry, Envi. Sci.

Approval details: Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Arts Commerce and Science College is affiliated with Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University SRTMUN, Nanded (Maharashtra)


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NAAC report of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Arts Commerce and Science College

Section 1:
Abhinav Bharat Shikshana Sanstha's Netaji Subhashchandra Bose College has volunteered to be assessed by the NAAC, Bangalore and submitted its Self-Study Report on 29 September 2003. NAAC constituted a Peer Team consisting of Prof.S.P.Hiremath , former Vice Chancellor of Kuvempu University, as chairman, Prof. B.G.Mulimani, Chairman Department of Physics and Electronics as Member, and Dr.D.V.G.Krishna as Member Co-ordinator to visit the college and validate the Self Study Report.

The Peer Team carefully studied and analysed the SSR submitted by the college. During the institutional visit the team went through all the relevant documents, visited the departments and various facilities provided for academic, co-curricular, extracurricular, sports and extension activities in the college. The Peer Team had discussion with the Board of Management, and Principal and interacted with the faculty, non-teaching staff, students, parents and alumni of the college. Based on this exercise and as per the criteria prescribed by NAAC, The PEER Team made the following commendations and suggestions for the enhanced growth of the college.

Abhinav Bharat Shikshana Sanstha's Netaji Subhashchandra Bose College was established in the year 1972 and is recognised by UGC under 2f in August 1976. Initially there were 10 departments in Arts and one department in Commerce faculty. Subsequently, Science , Sanskrit department and Physical Education Subjects were added to the existing ones. In the year 1981 five optional courses like Dyes and Drugs, Environmental Science, Electronics, Microbiology and Statistics were introduced and progressively P.G. Departments in Public Administration, Environmental Science, Sanskrit, Chemistry and Microbiology were started. In 1997-98 Computer Maintenance, Computer Science and B.C.S. departments were started purely on non-grant (Self-financing) basis. Thus there are 12 Departments in the Faculty of Arts, 08 departments in the Faculty of Science and 01 department in Faculty of Commerce offering undergraduate and a few postgraduate courses. The area of the campus is 1.25 acres. There are 17 teachers Ph.D. degree, 14 with M. Phil. degree and remaining are post -graduates. There are fiftyone non-teaching staff. The students strength in the undergraduate classes is 1090 and postgraduate classes is 322. The dropout rate of the students is very high and the results are satisfactory. The unit cost of education is Rs. 13,942.00.

Section 2:
Criterionwise Analysis
Criterion 1: Curricular Aspects:
As the college is affiliated to Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University, the courses offered and the curriculum framed are governed by the University. Wide range of programme options- career and job oriented are available to the students both at UG and PG levels. At the under-graduate level, Faculty of Science offers courses in Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, Statistics, Botany, Zoology, Electronics, Micro-biology, Environmental Science, Dye & Drugs and Computer Science. The courses in the faculty of Arts are Hindi, Marathi, English, Sanskrit, Urdu, History, Sociology, Public Administration, Economics, Political Science and Physical Education, Computer Science and Computer Maintenance are optional subjects and Bachelor of Computer Science course is offered under non-grant mode. Post-Graduate courses in Public Administration, Environmental Science, Sanskrit, Chemistry, and Microbiology are also offered on non-grant basis. Ph.D. programmes in Chemistry, Public Administration, Hindi, History, Environmental Science, Commerce and Statistics also exist in the college. Semester system is followed for PG courses and for BCS at UG level .

To introduce a new course in the college it takes one year and the syllabus is upgraded every three years by the University. Though there is limited scope for the college for introducing syllabi, teachers of the college are contributing to bring the needed changes in curricular aspects by being Chairmen and Members of the Boards of Studies and other academic bodies and by organizing and participating in Seminars/ Workshops concerning upgradation and modernisation of University curriculum. The teachers of the college have also authored text books and reference books in various subjects.

As part of curricular activities students visit industries, national laboratories, business establishments etc. are being arranged in view of the changes taking place rapidly in every field. The Peer Team feels that a mechanism be evolved to obtain feed back, periodically, from academic peers and employers to assess the strengths and sustainance of the programmes offered in the college.

Criterion 2:Teaching-Learning and Evaluation:
The students are admitted to the various programmes based on the past academic record and according to the norms laid down by the University and Government of Maharashtra. The college ensures that Annual Academic schedules are made in the beginning of the academic year and effectively implemented the same.The Vice-Principal monitors the teaching programmes. The number of teaching days of the college was 180 days during last academic year. Academically weak students are given guidance and extra classes are engaged for them. Efforts are also made to supplement the conventional method of teaching by learner-centered methods like seminars, study tours and special lectures by experts. Evaluation methods are communicated to students at the beginning of the year. To monitor the progress of the students quarterly class tests are being conducted in a year.

The teachers are recruited as per UGC guidelines and the norms laid down by the University and Government of Maharashtra. Management appoints temporary and part time teachers as per the requirement for non grant courses. The teachers are well qualified and about 66% of the teachers posses research degrees. They are encouraged to participate in orientation/ refresher courses and attend seminars/ workshops/ conferences, to keep themselves abreast with the developments in their areas of teaching/ research.

The College follows the self-appraisal method to evaluate the performance of the faculty. The Management also appraises based on the subject-wise results at the University examinations. It is further decided to obtain students' feed back from this year. Faculty development programmes have also been conducted in the college. One of the teachers of the college has received 'Best Teacher Puraskar' from Nanded Waghala Municipal Corporation.

Students of the college have been doing very well at the University examinations. It was observed during the interaction with students that a cordial relationship exists in the college, between the teacher and the taught.

Criterion 3:Research, Consultancy and Extension:
The Post-Graduate courses in the college have strengthened the research activities. Management encourages teachers to pursue research by sanctioning study leave and making adjustments in teaching schedule. Departments of Chemistry and Public Administration have been recognized as Research Centers by the University. Six members of the teaching staff are recognised research guides and guiding students in Public Administration, Chemistry, History, Hindi, Environmental Science and Commerce. Forty percent of the teachers are engaged in active research and 20 students have registered for Ph.D. programme as part-time scholars. There are five ongoing projects with a total outlay of Rs.172,000/-. College has linkages with national and international institutions. One of the teachers in the Department of Physics and Electronics has collaboration with Advance Industrial Science and Technology, Sendai (Japan). The Peer Team feels that Management may think of providing seed money for research.

The concept of formal consultancy has yet to take roots in the college. Presently, informal consultancy services are offered in Departments of Chemistry and Dyes & Drugs, Environmental Science, Microbiology and Computer Department.

The college has designated a person for extension activities. The various activities carried out in the college, through NCC and NSS, include multifaceted programmes such as Health and Hygiene awareness, Medical Camp, Blood Donation Camp, Environment awareness, Aids awareness etc. The college also plans activities in collaboration with NGOs and GOs. Two teachers of the college have carried out projects related with local developmental needs.

Criterion 4: Infrastructure and Learning Resources:
The college has its own buildings located on a campus with an area of 1.25 acres. The small campus is a real contraint for expansion in terms of buildings. However, the college is proposing to acquire 2 acres of additional land. The college has good library in a neighbouring rented building, laboratories, seminar hall and computer facilities. The time-table is framed such that facilities are used in shifts by Junior college, Degree college and Post-Graduate Departments. Science laboratories are also used as class rooms. The infrastructure facilities of the college are also used by external agencies like MPSC, Banks, LIC for conducting their examinations.

The library has nearly 64,000 books and subscribes to 34 journals, 41 periodicals and 12 news papers. Working hours of the library are between 10:30 am and 5:30 pm. which should be extended for the benefit of the students. Reading room facility is available from 7:30 am to 5:30 pm and this facility is also made available on Sundays and other holidays during examination time. There is book bank facility in the college and the computerization of the library is in progress. The Peer Team is of the opinion that the library Advisory Committee may think of providing internet facilities in the library.

The Department of Computer Science provides common computer facility. 15 computer systems with one server (LAN) and internet facility are available in the department. The facilities are made available between 10=00 am and 6=00pm.

The college has Department of Physical Education which provides facilities and coaching in games like hockey, kho-kho, chess, volley ball, kabbaddi, weightlifting etc. Students have been participating in events at the State, Regional and National levels. The small area of the campus does not permit the development of play grounds. However, the students use the play grounds in other neighboring institutions. Outstanding sports persons are encouraged by incentives like concession in fee, prizes, blazers and certificates.

Criterion 5: Students Support and Progression:
The college publishes its prospectus annually giving details of admission procedures, programmes offered, tuition fees, scholarships and free ships available, co-curricular and extracurricular activities, and calendar of events. The percentage of students appearing for qualifying examinations after the minimum period of study is 16.8% at UG level and 74.2% at PG level. The college may think of obtaining feed back from students and take the necessary steps to curtail the drop out rate.

The college makes efforts to secure various financial aids from State and Central Governments to deserving students. During 2002-03, in all, 908 students have received financial aid.

The college requires a placement cell. However, a staff members is assigned to display advertisements in news papers and guide students regarding employment. The Peer Team suggests that, the teachers to provide the student counseling and career guidance. Further, it is advised that the Alumni Association be formed to help the over all development of the college.

Eminent personalities from different fields are invited on different occasions to address students. The college gives importance to extracurricular activities to help develop the all round personality of the students. There are associations and programmes to nurture the talents of the students. Students of the college have participated in NCC and NSS camps and parades at the state and national levels. Students of the college participate in Youth Festival organised by the University every year and win prizes. The various recreational/ leisure facilities available to the students include indoor and outdoor games, Debate club, Dance and Music competition, Essay writing competition and student Magazine.

Criterion 6: Organisation and Management:
The college is managed by Abhianav Bharat Shikshan Sanstha. The Local Management Committee is constituted as per the Maharashtra State University Act, 1994 and comprises of representatives of Management, teachers and non-teaching staff and Principal. The day-to-day administration of the college is vested with the Principal who is assisted by Vice-Principal, Heads of the Departments and various committees which are formed for the smooth functioning of the college. The college has trained the non-teaching staff, in the use of computers through YCMOU courses run by the college. The Peer Team feels that college may organise other professional development programmes for non-teaching staff and encourage them to attend programmes conducted else where.

The college Employee's Credit Co-operative Society, Ltd. provides loans facilities to the members of the teaching and non-teaching staff.Group Insurance Scheme is implemented for the permanent employees. The grievances of the employees is looked into by the Local Managing Committee.

Criterion 7: Healthy Practices:
With the objective of promoting the all round development of students, the college has been making efforts to nurture healthy and good practices. The regular meetings of Local Managing Committee and other committees ensure the smooth functioning of the college and look after the development and welfare of the students.

Keeping in view the changing scenario in the field of higher education, the college has been successful in introducing career and job oriented courses like Environmental Science, Microbiology, Computer Science and Computer maintenance and Public administration. To inculcate character and sense of civic responsibilities among students various opportunities are provided via extracurricular activities organised through NSS, NCC and Cultural Committee

The college has strengthened the under-graduate programmes by starting the PG and Ph.D. programmes. There are 45 prizes, instituted in the college in memory of donors, to encourage students who excel in various examinations. The college has been taking adequate steps to promote general and transferable skills among students by arranging seminars, field trips, and study tours. These efforts have helped the students to develop their communication skills, enhanced their capacity to learn, and motivated them to work as a team leading to the development of team spirit. The college has talented students and exemplory cultural activities are organized under the guidance of teacher .

Section 3:
Overall Analysis
The Peer Team is impressed with the progress made by the College since its inception. The college has been imparting quality education and succeeded appreciably in achieving the goals and objectives envisaged by the founders. The college has been making efforts to keep pace with the changes taking place in the field of higher education. The Peer Team would like to commend the college for its good practices , some of which are as follows:

Commendations :

The college offers need based courses like Microbiology, Environmental Science, Dyes & Drugs, Public Administration .

The text and reference books are authored by teachers besides creative writings by language teachers.

The activities undertaken by NCC and NSS units and the performance of students in cultural events are exemplary .

Good library facilities are available.

The available laboratories and class room facilities are effectively used.

Computers are used for the office work.

Certain Departments have international linkages and some of the teachers are publishing their research work in International Journal of repute.

The space availability is a major constraint for development of the Institution. The Management may consider seriously to provide additional space.

Hostel facilities need to be created.

Need based short term courses like Banking, Marketing, Financial Management and IT related courses may be introduced.

Computer laboratory needs upgradation and strengthening.

Training for Competitive Examinations may be provided.

Courses in Biotechnology and Biochemistry may be started.

The number of Students in P.G. Departments be restricted to provide better training to the students.

More number of research journals and periodicals be subscribed to strengthen the PG teaching and research programmes.

A Career Guidance Cell be created.

Inducting younger people in the management will help to meet challenges in Higher Education.

The management may provide 'Seed Money' for the promotion of research activities.

The Peer Team appreciates the help and co-operation rendered by the Management , Principal and Staff during the visit.

Prof. S.P.Hiremath ( Chairman)
Former Vice-Chancellor ,
Kuvempu University

Prof. B.G. Mulimani (Member)
Chairman Deptt. Of Physics & Electronics,
Karnataka University, Dharwad.

Dr.D.V.G. Krishna (Member - Co-ordinator)
Director R.G. Kedia College

Dr. D. P. Vaidya,
Netaji SubhashChandra Bose College,
Nanded (Maharashtra)

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