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Shri Swami Vivekanand Shikshan Sansthas Ramkrishna Paramhansa Mahavidyalaya, Osmanabad, Maharashtra
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NAAC report of Shri Swami Vivekanand Shikshan Sansthas Ramkrishna Paramhansa MahavidyalayaSECTION -I : Preface
Ramkrishna Paramhansa Mahavidyalaya, Osmanabad - 413501 Maharashtra is the first college established by Shri. Swami Vivekanand Shikshan Sanstha, Kolhapur at Osmanabad in 1959. The foundation stone was laid down by Madhusudan Vairale the then Revenue Minister of Maharashtra State and the college building was inaugurated at the hands of Bhausaheb Vartak, Minister for supply, Maharashtra State. Initially, the college had only Arts faculty. The management also runs other institutes.
The college is affiliated to Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad, Maharashtra. The college is under Grant-in-aid. There are 15 departments in the college (7 in Arts, 1 in Commerce & 7 in Science faculty). In 1971 the college was recognized under 2f and 12 B. However, the college is located in Semi-Urban region and the area of the college is 7.00 acres. In this area of 7 acres Law college , B.Ed. college and Junior college are also situated. There are in total 43 teachers out which 33 are permanent, 9 temporary and 1 part-time (CHB). Among teachers there are 9 Ph.D. holders and 9 M.Phil. Non-teaching staff are 46 in total. Students enrolment is 2452 in total with U.G. 1349, P.G. 522 and 581 in self financing courses. The Institute has central Library, Computer Center, Hostels, Botanical Garden, Canteen, Vehicle Parking Shed and Sports Facilities. There is one complaint Box in the Library. The college has active N.C.C. and N.S.S. wings.
The management of this college approached the NAAC with its Self-Study Report for Accreditation. The college staff made unstinted efforts and prepared the SSR and submitted to NAAC in 2003 for Accreditation. The NAAC, therefore, constituted the Peer Team with Dr. Mrs. Vidyavati, Ex-Vice-Chancellor of Kakatiya University, Warangal (Andhra Pradesh as a Chairperson ). Dr. U.C. Jain, Principal Govt. Arts & Commerce Autonomus College, Jabalpur (M.P. ) as a member and Dr. G.S. Bidarakoppa, former Professor and Head Department of Social work Karnataka University, Dharwad as a member Co-ordinator to go into the process of Assessment of the college.
The Peer Team hence, visited the college on the 5th and 6th February, 2004 and made its observation criterian wise as follows.:
SECTION -II : Criterion wise Analysis
Criterion I - Curricular Aspects
The College is a multi Faculty College having 15 courses in undergraduate classes of Arts, Science and Commerce faculties and seven courses in Postgraduate courses in Arts and Commerce faculties. The various options are available for UG/PG students. The syllabi have been prescribed by the University. The college imparts education with English as a compulsory subject associated with Marathi or Hindi as second language. There are some career-oriented courses provided by the College but level of standard - certificate or Degree, is not mentioned. Some of the senior members of the college are the members of the Board of Studies. Senior teachers help in examination process of the University as paper setters, examinations, moderators and custodians.
Many mission & Goals are being practiced by displaying them at entry level, use of audio-visual aids and establishment of Clubs and forums through supporting activities. The students are provided field exposure through visits to Industrial areas and laboratory work is provided in science subjects. The educational tours are conducted for Science and Commerce students.
Criterion II - Teaching-learning and Evaluation
The College is staffed by 43 teachers (33 Permanent, 09 temporary & 01 part-time) with 09 Ph.D's, 09 M.Phil's, and five with refresher course to cater to the learning needs of 2452 students in all. The Management as per UGC norm does recruitments. The remedial courses are conducted in some of the Subjects. Few of the students who are advanced learners are made to present papers in the seminars and participating in group discussion and they are encouraged to appear for competitive exams. The Teachers are encouraged to prepare the detailed yearly plan of teaching of their respective subjects. The college holds the terminal examinations and the time table of the terminal as well as the annual examinations is displayed on the notice board for the information of the students. During the last two years the college has not recruited any of the member of the teaching staff. However, it has freedom to appoint teaching staff on adhoc or on temporary basis. The Admission policy is based on the academic record. Two of the teaching staff members attended seminars / conferences as participants in the last two years. The teachers are given opportunity to attend National Seminars. The College is publishing the annual magazine 'Vivekanand' and Wallpapers 'Gulmohar'.
The teachers are evaluated on the basis of their performance through Self-appraisal system and student response sheet. This system is appreciable and complies with the UGC norms.
The students evaluation system is based on Terminal Test and their performance is communicated to them by teachers. The rate of drop outs is nearly 30% in UG and 50% in PG. Whereas the success rate is quite satisfactory being nearly 90% in UG and 65% in PG.
Criterion III : Research, Consultancy and Extension
Some of the teachers are engaged in research work by supervising the Ph.D. scholars. College promotes research work by guiding the P.G. students in their project work. Six students have registered as part time search scholar. There is a provision of study leave and leave-vacancy appointments. The teachers providing expertise through Guest lecturers on specialized subjects. There are various areas in which the College is extending services to the community at large such as Community Development, Health & Hygiene AIDS awareness, environment conservation, tree plantations and Blood donation etc.
The college provides a rich library with 66500 books and 80 journals for students to help them in learning and research.
Criterion IV : Infrastructure and Learning Resources
The college is located in semi-urban area on 7 acres of land in the heart of Osmanabad city. There are ten different buildings on the college campus. Out of the 27 rooms spread over on the ground and first floor of the Main Building, 8 rooms are used for the B.Ed. college and the rest are used as Lecture Halls and laboratories of this college. The Science Building has 12 rooms where mainly science laboratories are housed. The Administrative Building has 8 rooms where a multi-purpose hall, college office, Principal's cabin, Guest rooms, etc., are located. The Library Building has 8 rooms where separate Reading room arrangements are made for teachers, boys and girls. The Gymnasium Hall has five rooms with indoor courts and dressing rooms for boys and girls. The Vivekanand Building houses NCC/NSS offices and stores, a multi-purpose hall and a gymkhana hall. Thus, the college has adequate number of rooms fairly distributed in separate buildings situated all over the campus. Besides this, there is an Industrial Fish and Fisheries Building, Principal's quarters and two hostels - one for boys and another for girls and two vastly spread out play grounds on the campus.
The college may, perhaps, better utilise the 8 rooms provided to B.Ed. college for its own purposes. The infrastructure of the college is maintained through the funds provided by the mother institution - Shri Swami Vivekanand Shikshana Sanstha.
The optimum utilisation of its infrastructure is a well planned programme of the college. It works in three shifts :
Morning - Arts and Commerce faculties.
Afternoon - Science faculty.
Evening - Post-graduate classes.
The college playgrounds are used for tournaments conducted at different levels - Taluka /District/University level. The college lecture halls and other infrastructural facilities are made available to conduct MPSC examination, Bank recruitment programme, YCMOU examination and MTS examination, meetings of Life Insurance Company/District Industrial Centre.
The college library has a Book Bank facility. The computerisation of the library is in progress.
The library has 66,516 books costing about Rs.35/- lakh. During the last two years the college has added 1,942 books costing Rs.2,95,469/-. The number of journals/periodicals subscribed has come down from 98 during 2000-02 to 80 during 2002-03, since the total cost of these journals/periodicals has gone up marginally by about Rs.1,300/- during the years, subscriptions made for 98 journals may be retained.
The computer centre is kept open from Monday to Sunday between 7.30 am to 6.00 pm. However, on Sundays the facilities of the centre are also made available for B.Lib.Science and M. Lib. Information Technology students. The departments of Commerce and Computer Science have computers of their own. The trained teachers look after the maintenance of computers and their accessories.
The college maintains first-aid kits in the Departments of Physics, Chemistry and in Gymkhana. Medical service facilities are made available for girl students.
The college is proud of its Gymkhana department. The body-building facilities are available in Multi-gym of the college for the students and the staff. The college has facilities for indoor games such as Table Tennis and Badminton and outdoor games facilities like kho-kho, kabaddi, basket ball, volleyball, malkamb, rope climbing, pole vault, wrestling, long jump, hockey and handball. For athletic events, the college has linkage with government stadium. The students have proved their merit in zonal, inter-zonal and state level tournaments. The distinctive feature of the college is its achievements in events like kho-kho, badminton, basket ball and hockey. The college boasts of highest number of Chhatrapati Shivaji Award [government of Maharashtra] winners are from their college Alumni.
Hostel facilities are available for boys and girls. The boys' hostel has 20 rooms that can accommodate 60 students and the girls' hostel has 12 rooms that can accommodate 20 students.
Criterion V : Student Support and Progression
The success rate of the college students at undergraduate is highly satisfactory. It was 88.63% during 2002 and 91.93% during 2003 examinations. The success rate of post-graduate students which was 71.69% during 2002 has come down to 63.28% during 2003 examination. The dropout rate at both undergraduate and post-graduate level has gone up from 20.04% to 36.98% and 47.86% to 50.94% respectively. The college may try to find out the reasons for the same and adopt suitable measures to minimize the dropout rate. During the last two years 3 students at UG level and 2 students at PG have obtained the university rank. Six students have passed SET examination during the last five years.
The college publishes its updated prospectus every year for the information of the students. It contains information regarding admission rules, staff, discipline, library, fee structure, hostels, subjects taught, scholarships and several other support services. The Central and State government scholarships are available to students belonging to SC/ST/NT/EBC and handicapped groups. Besides this, the college has instituted Dhirubhai Ambani scholarship and Eklavya scholarship to students.
The college does not have an employment cell and a placement officer as to offer career counseling to students. However, when the students approach with their problems and difficulties, the teachers try to solve them satisfactorily. The college has formed alumni association recently. It is yet to initiate meaningful activities for its members and help develop college in whatever capacities possible for itself.
Indoor games, outdoor games, student magazine, debate club, essay writing, cultural programmes, dance, music competitions, audio-video facilities are the recreational/leisure time facilities available to students. These facilities need to be strengthened further.
The NSS unit of the college has adopted a village for its development during the Latur Earth quack - Killari the volunters of the N.S.S. have helped the Earth quack affected people in a big way.
The college has an active NCC unit. A good number of cadets have attended Annual Training Camp, passed 'B' and 'C' certificate examinations. A cadet was selected for RD Parade and another cadet was the winner of NCC Chief Minister's Scholarship. The NCC unit of the college stood first in Drill competition and got a shield. The activities of the NCC unit is well appreciated by the Peer Team Committee.
However, Peer Teem Committee feels that the newly introduced system of student feed-back programme be regularised and the responses gathered thereby, may be accepted to help improve the academic activities of the college. The college may do well to encourage the students to appear for the GATE/NET/SET, etc., examinations. The counseling services may need to be taken up in organized ways. The college may consider to actively encourage the alumni to chalk out purposeful programmes every year.
Criterion VI : Organization and Management
'Shri Swami Vivekanand Shikshan Sanstha' is a multi-dimensional educational institution spread over in 12 districts of Maharashtra and Karnataka with its network of 330 branches, consisting of 23 multi-faculty colleges, 66 junior colleges, 8 D. Ed. colleges, 170 Secondary Schools, 19 hostels, 2 Competitive Examination Centres, 3 English medium schools, 14 primary schools and 25 other branches. The Sanstha was established in 1954 with its motto of spreading quality education in Arts, Science and good culture in society.
The college has an external three-tier coordinating and monitoring mechanism. At the topmost level, there is a Board of Trustees consisting of five members.
The second tier is a Board of Management consisting of 16 members. The third tier is a Board of Life Members consisting of 15 members who look after the administration of the institution and the colleges run by the Sanstha.
The college has an efficient internal coordinating and monitoring mechanism that consists of Principal, Heads of the Departments and other staff members. There are various committees to carry out different duties and responsibilities. At the management level, there is a Local Managing Committee formed as per the rules and statutes of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathawada University, Aurangabad and the Government of Maharashtra. There are representatives of the teaching and non-teaching staff on the committee. Besides this committee, the department meetings, student council meetings, meetings of non-teaching staff help in coordinating and monitoring the overall activities of the college effectively. The college has an in-built mechanism to check the work efficiency of the non-teaching staff.
The Sanstha, i.e., the mother institution of the college, conducts yearly camps to enhance the professional skill among the non-teaching staff of the colleges, started by it. The tuition and other fee structure is as prescribed by the rules of the university and the government of Maharashtra. There is only a marginal change in the fee structure during the last three years.
Out of the total expenditure incurred by the college, 66.80% is an academic services, 29.24% on administrative and other common services and 3.96% on students welfare services during the year 2001-02. The figures for the year 2002-03 are : on academic services 69.46%, on administrative and other common services 27.24% and on students welfare services 3.30%. The college may do well by cutting costs on administrative and other common services, thereby, enhancing expenditure on academic and student welfare services.
The college has an internal audit mechanism newly introduced by the management. Some of the students who are economically backward and need financial assistance are provided with part-time jobs in library and the college garden. These activities are reckoned with appreciation.
The grievance redressal cell works at two different levels. At Sanstha level, there is a Grievances Redressal Cell, where the employees can give their written complaints through the Principal and get them solved. At the college level, the teaching and the non-teaching staff can get their grievances solved by organizing a meeting with the Principal. For students, there is a special Redressal Cell consisting of two senior teachers and the Principal as the Chairman.
At the Headquarters of the Sanstha at Kolhapur, there is a Sanstha's Servants' Co-operative Credit Society. The teaching/non-teaching staff can avail different types of loans such as emergency loan, house loan, higher purchase loan, etc. The permanent servants who are members of the credit society are eligible to obtain the loan facility. Refundable and non-refundable Provident Fund loan facility is also available to the eligible staff.
The positive features of the college include - permanent affiliation by the university, a transparent and democratic management, disciplined staff and students and good academic performance - hence the reputation, encouragement for teachers to pursue for higher qualifications, etc.
Criterion : VII Healthy Practices
The college has internal quality checks for teachers who are expected to submit 'Self-appraisal forms' every year. Staff meetings are regularly conducted.
Various committees are formed for efficient running of the college and other extra curricular activities.
The college has Computer Departments in Science and Commerce faculties and has got linkage with Nirmiti Computers. Internet facilities also available.
In Yeshwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University, Nashik short term courses like Journalism and Library Science are available. Zoology Department has introduced a short-term course on 'Indian Fish and Fishery'.
The college celebrates various National Days, N.S.S. and N.C.C. are engaged in various community development programmes. There is a committee for cultural activities that guides the students to participate and win many prizes.
Students are encouraged to take part in various social service activities like, Anti-AIDS, Anti-Dowry and eradication of superstitions, Blood donation, tree plantation and pollution-free atmosphere and the study tours are organized by the departments of Botany, Zoology and Commerce.
Since 1992-93 the college has D-CAS Centre.
SECTION -III : Overall Analysis
Osmanabad was one of the most backward districts of the earstwhile Hyderabad State ruled by Nizam. After the reorganization of the States in India in 1956 the district comes under the Marathwada region, a backward region in Maharashtra State. It was not only a socio - economically backward region but also for the purpose of higher educations not a single college was started in Osmanabad before the re-organization of the State.
It was a visionary like Bapuji Salunkhe with a motto of spreading knowledge, science and culture ( Dnayan Vidnyan and Susanskhar) and in response to the long standing and cherished needs of the people, Osmanabad was selected to establish the college in 1959. Now the college is developed in various ways with 33 permanent , 9 temporary and 1 Part-time teacher with total student population of 2452.
Besides the healthy features mentioned in Criteria -VII the Peer Team wishes to commend the college for the following. :
Campus is clean and there are parking sheds. Inspite of water scarcity plantation is being done and good attempts are made to maintain Botanic garden.
Management, Alumni, Teachers, Parents take keen interest in the development of the college. Various committees are formed for efficient functioning of the college.
The system of Self-appraisal of the teachers and student assessment of teachers is being followed.
Spread of education in socio-economically and educationally backward area with a clear vision of the founder father and objectives set forth by the Board of Trustees.
Provision of facilities to produce outstanding student cultural troupes and achieving top places in number of events at the inter collegiate youth festival.
As many as 34 students (18 boys + 16 girls) are the University blues this year.
Working as a District Centre for a paper valuation of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad.
Running Credit Co-operative Society not merely for the employees of the college but also to the employees of the colleges run by the Sanstha in the neighbouring two districts of Osmanabad.
For the purpose of the consideration of the college the Peer Team wishes to make the following suggestions.:
Teachers should take interest in improving their qualifications applying for F.I.P. & Minor Research projects. They should also take part in attending various seminars and conferences etc.
The departments like Microbiology, Biotechnology, Fine Arts may be started in the college.
Placement cell be formed to guide the students in their career.
Canteen should be properly maintained with permanent construction and water cooler may be made available at appropriate place in the college.
All the 7 acres of land of the college may be made available to this college only and the B.Ed. College may be shifted from its campus thereby making more rooms available for its own purpose.
The boys hostels may be provided with essential furniture and concession may be shown in the ladies hostel fees. Further ladies lounge / room be made available in the college itself.
The college play grounds may be made available for this college only and be made playable grounds in the real sense. Further the gymnasium needs to be well equipped.
The library and the reading room be shifted to more spaces halls or efforts be made to construct new library building. Further the computerization of library be taken up.
The P.G. classes may be run effectively in full session.
Alumni be revitalized as to make effective contribution to develop the college.
The Internet facilities may be provided to the staff as well as to the students and Non-teaching staff be trained for computer knowledge.
The Peer Team desires to put on record its appreciation for the kind cooperation extended by the college in the smooth functioning of its activities through out the two days. The Peer Team members convey their good wishes in all its endeavours of the future development of the college.
Dr. Mrs. Vidyavati ,Chairperson
Dr. U.C. Jain, Member
Dr. G.S. Bidarakoppa, Member, Coordinator
Dr. Anantrao R. Patil
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