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Pratibha Niketan Education Societys Pratibha Niketan Mahavidyalaya, Nanded, Maharashtra
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Bandaghat Vazirabad
Nanded (District Nanded)
Maharashtra, India



Pratibha Niketan Education Societys Pratibha Niketan Mahavidyalaya, Nanded Maharashtra is a recognised institute / college.
Pratibha Niketan Education Societys Pratibha Niketan Mahavidyalaya 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.

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Pratibha Niketan Education Societys Pratibha Niketan Mahavidyalaya, Nanded Maharashtra are 7588428112.

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Contact Details of Pratibha Niketan Education Societys Pratibha Niketan Mahavidyalaya, Nanded Maharashtra are : Telephone: +91-2462-234700, 238340



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Pratibha Niketan Education Societys Pratibha Niketan Mahavidyalaya, Nanded Maharashtra runs course(s) in Arts, Commerce, Science stream(s).
B.A.,B.Com.,B.Sc.,Certificatein Share Trading,M.A.:-English,
Urdu, Marathi, History,

Research Center / M.Phil. Courses:
Marathi, Commerce

Approval details: Pratibha Niketan Education Societys Pratibha Niketan Mahavidyalaya is affiliated with Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University SRTMUN, Nanded (Maharashtra)


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Job Vacancy: 15th October, 2012
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NAAC report of Pratibha Niketan Education Societys Pratibha Niketan Mahavidyalaya

SECTION ¡V I
I N T R O D U C T I O N
Pratibha Niketan Mahavidyalaya was established by Pratibha Niketan Education society, Nanded, in the year 1972. It was granted UGC recognition under 2F in August 1972. The College is affiliated to Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University in the Marathwada region of Maharshtra. The aim of the College is to castigate illiteracy, ignorance from the social psyche. The motto of the institution is ¡§Dnyata Dney Tase Dnyan Tiheri Karm Beej He.¡¨ The College right from its inception has been committed to the cause of the higher education of the common people and particularly the Dalits, oppressed and downtrodden.

The visionary persons came together and established Pratibha Niketan Education Society with the following aims and objectives:

*To provide the value-based and all-sided education to the students of Marathwada region so as to make them ideal citizens for tomorrow.

*To enable the students to meet the challenges and hazards of the competitive age of globalization and information technology. Creating a sense of scientific awareness is one of them.

*To imbibe the ideals of tolerance, peace and secularism in the minds of the students.

*To promote character building and personality development of the students through curricular and extra-curricular programmes.

*To inculcate in the minds of youth a sense of discipline, sincerity, punctuality, integrity as well as a commitment to nation and society at large.

*To make the institutiion a premier centre of learning where equal motivation is provided both to the teachers and the taught so that teaching and learning becomes an effective mission.
Pratibha Niketan Mahavidyalaya offered to get itself assessed and accredited by the NAAC. Accordingly, the College submitted its documented Self-Study Report during September 2003 to the NAAC which in turn appointed the following Peer Team during August 2004 to visit the College.

Prof. K. Rama Murthy Naidu (Chairman)
Former Secretary, APSCHE, Hyderabad.

Shri. P.C. Upadhyay ( Member Co-ordinator)
Principal, Shri. B.K. Patel Arts and
Smt. C.M. Patel Commerce College, Savli and;

Dr. R.V. Swamy (Member)
Formerly of Department of Economics,
Bangalore University, Bangalore.

The team went through the Self-Study Report along with all the annexures and also the documents submitted by the College during the Team¡¦s visit on August 25 and 26, 2004. The Peer Team held discussions at length with the Principal, Managing Committee, Faculty, Non-Teaching Staff, Students, Parents and Alumni. The Team went round all the teaching departments, offices and facilities to validate the Self-Study Report. On the basis of the documentary evidence made available and also discussions and observations, the team hereby submits the report under seven criterion laid down
by the NAAC.

SECTION 2 : CRITERION WISE ANALYSIS
Criterion I : CURRICULAR ASPECTS :
The College has been imparting education at both degree and PG levels with Ph.D. programmes in five subjects in the faculties of Arts, science and Commerce. The College offers three Undergraduate programmes and three Post Graduate Programmes. The College believes in keeping pace with the fast changing global situation and therefore, it has put in endeavours to provide audio-video and computer support for ensuring reasonable exposure to the students. The College also runs a Study Centre of Indira Gandhi National Open University. It offers as many as 22 courses in distance education. The College has a very conducive climate for the education of girl students. The College has nearly 40% enrolment of the girl students.

Since the College has to perform under the affiliating regulations of Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University, it is not possible for it to develop innovative curricula. However, in certain departments, teachers have organized workshops on syllabus revision; and the recommendations emerging from these have been forwarded to the Boards of Studies.

In spite of a very stiff competition, the College has introduced three self financing P.G. programmes to cater to the needs of higher education of the students in this region. The College offers as many as 89 courses in the faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, 48 in the faculty of Science and 20 courses in the faculty of Commerce.

The College focuses on integrated and multidimensional development of students through curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular activites. The College has been constantly putting in endeavours to make it work perfect in terms of providing better services to the student community.

The College has introduced a few job oriented courses for
self-employment such as Computer Science and Electronics. The College has affiliation for courses such as Computer Maintenance, Analytical Chemistry, Mass Communication and Journalism, Salesmanship and Advertising which are going to be started from the academic year 2005-2006.

Criterion II : Teaching, Learning and Evaluation :
The College has maintained a good teaching and learning environment. The College admission counselling Committee provides proper guidance and counselling to the students on various courses at the time of admissions. Admission to various courses is granted by College strictly as per the norms laid down by the University and the Government of Maharashtra.

The teachers are provided daily teaching report books and the daily teaching report is prepared by the teachers and scrutinised by the Principal. The College also prepares teaching plan for every subject to be taught during the course of the year so as to have proper distribution of systematic plan of the teaching activity.

The College provides remedial coaching in English for the SC, ST and Educationally disadvantaged students. The quick learners are provided with latest books, special coaching classes, guidance of different scholarship examinations and encouragement. Creativity and talent of the students is explored through the College Magazine ¡§Prerna¡¨.

Apart from the conventional method of ¡§Chalk and Talk¡¨ method of teaching, in few departments, teachers also use teaching aids such as models, charts, maps, group discussions, seminars, project work, study tours, and audio-video cassettes.

The faculty is young, enthusiastic and committed. Several of them have to their credit text books. Many of them contribute regularly to newspapers and periodicals. The College has 12 regular and part time (or, teachers on Clock Hour Basis) with Ph.D. as their highest qualification and six teachers with M.Phil. degree. The Hindi Department has one faculty who completed Post Doctoral Programme under the Major Research Project of the University Grants Commission. 13 faculty members have been honoured with teaching award of ¡§Pratibha Shree¡¨.

The College has established linkage for teaching purposes with Dnyaneshwar Vidyapeeth Pune, Indo-American Centre for International Studies and American Centre Library, Mumbai. The College has as many as 10 forums in various subjects. Teachers are evaluated by the students with specific feedback mechanism. Self-appraisal form duly completed and signed is obtained from teachers at the end of the year and is analysed by the concerned Head of Department and Principal. The College has also installed a Suggestion Box at conspicuously noticeable places.

Criterion III : Research, Consultancy and Extension :
The College encourages teachers to undertake research projects and to publish articles in research journals. The College has 5 research programmes in the Department of Commerce, English, Marathi, Hindi, Botany and 6 faculty members are working as research supervisors. The College also has a teacher recognised as Research Guide in more than one subject. There are also 6 teachers who have completed M.Phil and 39 students have registered for Ph.D. programme in Commerce, Marathi, Hindi, English and Botany. Many faculty members have published nearly 66 research papers and they are published in National/International journals.

Consultancy servies in the College are provided by the Department of Commerce and consultancy is provided on the matters of Banking and Management.

The NSS and NCC students and teachers participated in Community Development, Health and Hygiene, Awareness Programmes, Adult Education and Literacy, AIDS Awareness Programme, Blood Donation Camp, Environment Awareness. The Department of English is one Department which has provided extension services to the various Universities. The College has a regular Study Centre of Indira Gandhi National Open University and extensive services are provided to the students on regular baiss. Weekly counselling is provided to the students in M.A. English. Dr. J.D.Pimpalwadkar is a member of the Editorial Board of Marathi subject at X standard. F.A. Siddiqui, is Member of Maharashtra State Urdu Academy, Mumbai. Dr. H.G. Kulkarni has provided his extension services to the IACIS ( Indo-American Centre for International Studies) Hyderabad, ACL (American Centre Library) Mumbai. Dr. R.D. Deshmukh is providing extension services to Indian Institute of Public Administration. He is also the Founder and Chairman of Godavari Urban Cooperative Bank Ltd. Nanded. The ¡§Id-e-Milad¡¨ programme is arranged jointly by Muslim and Hindu students as a gesture of social harmony, love and fellow feeling for each other.

Criterion IV : Infrastructure and Learning Resources:
In terms of infrastructure, the College has 14 classrooms, 4 laboratories, a Central Library, a Computer Laboratory, a Language Laboratory, Auditorium, Ladies Common Room, NCC and NSS Office. IGNOU Study Centre, Canteen, Enquiry Room, Parking shed, and Health Centre. The College encourages use of its infrastructure facilities by external agencies as well.

There are about 29828 books in Library. The College also subscribes to 39 journals and 21 daily newspapers ( in two sets). Although the Library is not fully computerised, plans are in place to computerise library work by October, 2004. The Library Reading Room is made available to students from 7.30 A.M. to 6.00 P.M. and during the examination period it is extended upto
10.30 P.M.

The College undertakes a number of welfare programmes for students as well as teaching and non-teaching staff. It offers freeships and medical facilities. A doctor is available to deal with the problems of students. The College is also having photocopy facility for the students and teachers.

The College has a Grievance Redressal Cell where students, teachng and non-teaching staff and parents can lodge their grievances.

The sports and games facilities in the College are reasonably good. The College has facilities for indoor games and gym facilities. Besides, there are facilities for outdoor games.

Criterion V : Students¡¦ Support and Progression:
About 86% of students continue their studies till the end of the degree program. The drop out rate is about 10-14%. Many prominent positions are held by the College alumni.

The College provides academic and personal counselling to the students. It collects feedback on various aspects of the College from its students and the Principal takes necessary action after due consultation with faculty members and the Vice-Principal.

The College has Career Guidance and Employment Information Cell through which information related to available careers is provided to the students. The College conducts some courses for SET, NET and MPSC examinations.

The College publishes its prospectus annually to facilitate the student admission procedure and to impart them all the relevant information. The College conducts various Welfare schemes like Earn and Learn Scheme and Book Bank facility.

The College has an alumni association which meets once a year. It institutes endowment prizes, financial help to poor stuents, and organizes lectures of eminent persons and cultural activities.

The College conducts Parents-Teachers meet to establish harmonious relationship through which welfare of the students can be taken care of. The College also have provided service centres for office and Library transactions.

Criterion VI : Organisation and Management :
The College has an efficient internal coordinating and monitoring mechanism. For internal monitoring, the Vice-Principal, Heads of Departments and Office staff help the Principal. Further the College has different committees and associates. The Chairman of the committees and activity groups monitor the functioning of concerned activity. The College encourages career growth and work efficiency among the teaching and non-teaching staff by deputing them to training camps and various seminars and workshops.

An academic calendar is also prepared by the College every year. This is circulated to the staff and displayed on the notice board.

The College has an internal audit system which undertakes both financial and academic audit. Apart from the financial budgeting and expenditure which is done internally without external help. There is a committee which makes academic audit by scrutinizing and anlysing the result of both the internal and University examinations. This Committee also make recommendations to improve the results and the teaching-learning process. The College undertakes various welfare programs for students as well as staff.

There seems they had done significant efforts for raising the funds. With the goodwill enjoyed by the College and its parent body, it may not be difficult to raise some donations from the industrialists and businessmen around.

Criterion ¡VVII : Healthy Practices :
The college was founded in pursuit of a mission and its working shows as unmistakeable impression of the mission. The entire working of the College is geared towards providing higher education to the students coming from economically, socially and educationally backward classes. Apart from imparting curricular education, the College is making efforts to impart community orientation to its students and to train them to be responsible and enlightened citizens.

Within its limited resources, the College is doing its best to make education accessible to the poor. Apart from normal schemes of financial assistance, College provides to the really needy, financial aid at the time of admission

Another commendable scheme is that of ¡§Earn while you learn¡¨ . Under it, the College provides to poor students part-time jobs in the College itself in a manner that the working hours do not clash with the timings of classes and the students are able to earn enough to pay their College fees.

The College has adopted University guidelines and Government resolutions in respect of students¡¦ admission.

The College has initiated the evaluation of performance of the teachers in each Department by students through appraisal forms.
Encouragement to students to participate in cultural and extra-curricular activities has promoted the personality development of the students to showcase their specific talents.

Academic ambience provided by the College to its wards is appreciable and it is to be expected that with sustained development effort, the College will be able to fulfill its ambition of transforming the wards of Nanded region into educated and talented individuals to face the challenges of life.

The leadership qualities of the Principal are of a high order. He has been able to carry with him all the teachers and this has contributed to the right atmosphere where students are encouraged to become better achievers.

Teachers have revealed a sustained and continuous record of publications over years, which include textbooks, poems, articles, stories besides their involving in individual guidance of students.

Teachers maintain cordial relations with students and with their parents and these have led to a decrease in drop out rate.

SECTION III
OVERALL ANALYSIS, SUGGESTIONS/RECOMMENDATIONS

The Peer Team appreciates very well the Management for the steps that they have taken for the development of the Institution and for the interest they have taken for improving the facilities and other infrastructure.

Inspite of the fact that the College is 30 years old, it is running only 3 courses in PG. Advised for more number of job oriented courses at undergraduate level and MBA, MCA at Post Graduate Level.

ƒxThe Management should make efforts to get the College included under 12(B) of UGC, so that the teachers may improve their qualification under FIP.

The talented teachers should further be encouraged to approach for Research funding bodies to get Research Projects.

Computer proficiency needs to be promoted among all the Teaching staff, Administrative staff and students.

Guidance and coaching towards MPSC and UPSC should be taken up actively by the Institution.

Library should be provided with internet facility and more space should be provided for the students for the reading purpose.

Research centres should be provided to encourage Research activity by the teachers.

As requested by students, benches be provided in the College garden for them to spend their leisure time in studying.

The Management should take proper steps to fill the vacant posts by converting Clock Hour Basis (CHB) lecturers into permanent lecturers in order to make them effective and also committed to teaching.

Advised to have the better track record of Alumni by having regular meetings with them.

Prof. K. Rama Murthy Naidu
(Chairman)

Shri. P.C. Upadhyay
( Member Co-ordinator)

Dr. R.V. Swamy
(Member)

( Dr. Harihar Kulkarni )
Principal

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