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Government Post Graduate College, Bina, Madhya Pradesh


Government Post Graduate College, Bina, Madhya Pradesh
Bina (District Sagar)
Madhya Pradesh, India
Pin Code : 470002

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Government Post Graduate College is situated in Bina of Madhya Pradesh state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Government Post Graduate College, Bina Madhya Pradesh are 9425193578.

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Contact Details of Government Post Graduate College, Bina Madhya Pradesh are : Telephone: +91-7580-222051, 264574, 264475 376

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NAAC report of Government Post Graduate College

Bina is a place situated in Lap of Vindhyachal Mountain Under the Malwa Platean. Freedom fighter namely Shri Sridhar Tiwari, Late Pandit Bansidhar Ji Kotma, Late Shri Nanhe Lal ji Bukharia etc. are belong to this place. Bina is also known as for its Railway Station because it links every part of nation.

The Govt. Post Graduate College, Bina Sagar Madhya Pradesh is located in semi urban area, affiliated to Dr. Harisingh Gour Vishwavidyalaya, Sagar, covering a total area of 25 acres was established in 1964. The college has 1322 students both at UG and PG courses. The college offers B.A., B.Com. , B.Sc., LL.B. M.A., M.Com. M.Sc. and Computer Application Courses. The institution has got UGC recognition under 2(f) and 12(B). The course in Computer Application for B.Com. 1st year has been introduced on self-financing basis by the college.

The college has well-qualified teaching faculty strength of 33 members including 21 permanent teachers and 12 temporary teachers. There are 19 members on the Non-teaching staff. The college has a central library and separate department wise libraries. It has also multipurpose conference hall, a botanical garden, sports facilities, Computer Lab, Vehicle Parking shed, and Girls common room. The Hostel facilities of the girls are under constructions. The college has established career guidance cell under the Government policy. The college functions for 219 days with 181 teaching days. The total no. of books in the library is 18,874

It seems from the goals mentioned by the college, that the activities of the college reflect the goals of creating awareness of social liabilities and inculcate a sense of communal harmony and National integration. The educational programmes of the college create the career-oriented ability among the students. The drop out rate is 5.3 percent for UG and 6.62 percent for Post Graduate during 2005-06. Seven students of Commerce faculty got merit position in the University Examination during 2005-06. The college follows annual system. The unit cost of Education is Rs. 8134.51 including salary and Rs. 1444.78 excluding salary.

Govt. Post Graduate College, Bina Distt. Sagar Madhya Pradesh, approached the National Assessment and Accreditation council Banglore for Accreditation and submitted the self-study report in month of Dec. 2006. The NAAC constituted a Peer Team consisting of the following members to visit and assess the institution and validate the self-study report.

Prof. Z.H. Zaidi, Chairperson
(Former, VC, MJP Rohilkhand University)
B1, Gulmohar Avenu, Jamianagar
Near Tikona Park,
New Delhi - 110 025

Prof. T.N. Mathur, Member - Coordinator
Professor of Commerce
University of Rajasthan,
Jaipur-302004, Rajasthan.

Prof. Vijay T. Chougule, Member
Narayandas Sarwotamdas Law College
Rajnemi Campus, Wood House Road Timber ARea
Sangli - 416416,

Prior to the visit the peer team carefully studied the report submitted by the college and made a detailed analysis of facts and figures. The peer team visited the college on 1st March to 3rd March 2007. Prior to the visit the members of the team met to discuss and exchange notes on the Self-Study Report and formulated modalities for the validation process. The peer team had a detailed discussion and interaction with the principal, faculty members, students, Administrative staff, parents and Alumni. The team also visited various infrastructure facilities and verified documents. Based on the above exercise the Peer Team presents, criterion wise assessment, overall analysis and recommendations as part of this report. At the end it held an exit meeting on 3rd March 2007 in which a copy of the draft report was formally handed over to the Principal.

Criterion 1: Curricular Aspects
As an affiliated college of the Dr. Harisingh Gour Vishwavidyalaya, Sagar, the college follows the syllabi prescribed by the University for the Arts, Science and Commerce and Law faculties both at UG and PG levels, in an annual pattern. The college offers 12 courses including 5 UG courses (B.A., B.Com, B.Sc., L.L.B. & B.Com. in Computer Application) and 7 PG courses. (Chemistry, Zoology, Maths, Economics, Political Science. History & Commerce) The college has introduced one self-financing course in Computer Application for B.Com.1st year. Many of the courses are of conventional nature (B.A., B.Com. B.Sc. and LL.B.) the design of the courses of study are relevant and need based. The activities conducted by the college are helpful in fulfilling the goals and objectives. Initiatives have already been taken to introduce the course in Computer Science for all the final year students of the under graduate.

The senior teachers who are chairpersons/ members of the respective board of studies play the vital role in updating the syllabi and making them more relevant to the society and enhance the job-oriented skills.

The college conducts seminars and career guidance camps bringing in academic peers to guide the students. Guest lecturers are also invited from LIC, Banks, Govt. Authority, Chartered Accountants and Local Bar Association. The programmes are generally in conformity with the goals and objectives of the college.
The college has no academic flexibility. The college provides limited flexibility to transfer from one discipline to the other as per rules laid down by the government. During the last five years syllabus of all the courses has been revised.

The college obtains feedback form 30 % students through questionnaires relating to courses and performance of teachers.

Criterion 2: Teaching, Learning and Evaluation
Except Law students are admitted on the basis of academic record in the qualifying examination. Being a Govt. funded college, the college follows rules and regulations of State Government and Dr. Hari Singh Gour University, Sagar M.P.

An entrance test is conducted by the University to Judge the students aptitude at the entry level only for Law Students. The teacher guardian regarding his knowledge and ability by conducting adequate interaction at the time of admission assesses every student.

The college doses not have a formal mode of providing remedial courses to the slow learners but students are benefited from guest lecturers and question answers during class. By way of extra coaching for the educationally disadvantaged students however, additional grammar classes are taken up by teachers of language. The faculty members help the students to over come the drawbacks.

The college has teacher guardian system. But even then the teachers look after the academic progress of the students. The teachers have informal meetings with the class representatives, and the office bearers of the student's union. Most of the teaching is done through traditional lecture method. Apart form the regular classroom teaching seminars and other extra curricular activities are organized at regular intervals to motivate the students.

The college doesn't conduct mid-term tests, terminal examinations. The performance of the students is evaluated through annual examinations. The final examinations are designed and conducted by the Dr. H. G. Vishwavidyalaya.

The college has 21 regular and permanent faculty members and 10 temporary teachers. Out of total 31 teachers 10 teachers posses Ph.D., 3 posses M.Phil & 8 posses P.G. as the highest qualification. The recruitment of faculty is through Public Service Commission of Madhya Pradesh. The college encourages teachers to avail of the faculty improvement programmes of UGC and participation in seminars, conferences and workshops apart from their participation in the refresher and orientation programmes. There is an institutional mechanism of self-appraisal of faculty.

Criterion 3: Research, Consultancy And Extension
The college offers five UG and seven PG programmes. Research as such does not figure prominently in the college. However the college has taken steps to get the departments of commerce and chemistry as recognized research centres. Nine faculty members have done PhD. and some faculty have presented 27 research papers in the National Seminars and some of them have published 13 papers in last 5 years.

The NSS with its motto 'Not Me But You' organizes yearlong activities such as Literacy Campaign, Blood Donation Camps, Medical Check Up Camps, Pulse Polio, Aids Awareness, Shakhar and Nashmukti Rally. The law department organizes Legal Literacy and Free Legal Aid Camps. For social and community activities, the NSS programme officer has been honoured as 'BINA NAGAR RATNA.' The NSS has adopted a village 'Navgaon' to make the villagers aware about Medical Health Care and Agricultural Education. A teacher of the college also selected for 'Rank and Bolt Award' by Air India in the year 2006. There is a scope for further utilization of student potential for extension activities. The students of NCC have cleared 'B' certificate (08 students) and 'C' certificate (04 students) examination during 2005-06. Two days special camp of different aspect of Extension activities given under the UGC guidelines are organised by the college in the academic session 2006-07.

Criterion 4: Infrastructure And Learning Resources
The college is located in the semi urban area. The college has an area of about 25 acres of land. Approximately the built up area is 48238 sqft. It consists of class rooms (old and new), library building, department wise libraries, and one big room for sports department. There is also a separate large multi purpose conference hall named as 'Gour Hall'. In all there are 46 big and small rooms. The college utilizes its resources and Government funding system to provide infrastructure so as to facilitate the teaching learning process. The maintenance is through supervision of Janbhagidari Samiti and PWD.

The library has 18874 boots including Book bank, textbooks, and reference Books. The college library has book bank facility. The college subscribes 9 journals. The library has a separate reading room. The college also have Audio, Videocassettes, LCD Projector and CD's. The college has photocopying, Internet and fax facilities. The working hours of the library are from 9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. The college have 19 computers. Four-science department have their own computer systems. 10 computers are placed in computer Lab. Internet facility available at the office. The college at present doesn't have hostel facility but a fifty-bedded Girls' hostel with an area of 4 acres is under construction with the financial aid of UGC under 10th plan.

In the main building of the college there is a separate common room for girls. And the college has provided a room for the office bearers of the students union. At present the college doesn't have health centre for medical check up facility. The canteen facility is not available in the college campus.

The college has a largest play ground in an area of 100 X 120 Sq. meters. In the department of sports the outdoor and indoor game facilities are available. The students of the college performed well at University level in Cricket, Table Tennis & Athletics. The college have separate room for Gymnasium. One student selected as coach by National Institute of Sports, Patiyala.

The maximum use of infrastructure is made to run the various courses, library, laboratory, sports and cultural activities of the college.

Criterion 5: Student Support And Progression
The college publishes prospectus every year which contains all the details relating to UG and PG courses offered, admission procedure, rules and regulations, fee structure, free ships, scholarships, details of library, sports NSS, NCC, Counselling and other welfare activities.

The drop out rate in UG and PG during 2005-06 was 5.3 percent and 6.62 percent respectively. The percentage of passing at UG and PG level during 2004-05 and 2005-06 is satisfactory. 10 students have secured distinction in the university exams. No one has secured rank in the university Post Graduate exams and one in the under graduate exams during 2005-06. Some 18 and 27 students have passed in the other services during 2004-05 and 2005-06 respectively.

All the government scholarships and free ships are available to the students. 731 students have received free ships and 521 students have received scholarships.

The college has formed an Alumni Association recently. Some of the Alumni hold prominent positions such as Doctors, Teachers, Engineers I.G., Scientist, and Ministers (M.P.) and as officers.

The college has guidance and placement cell namely Swami Vivekanand Career Guidance and Placement Cell. 47 students have been placed through campus selection during 2005-06. The college arranges Counselling Programmes Twice in a month regularly. The college has organized around 11 counselling and guidance programmes. The college has appointed counsellors to offer counselling services to the students. The college also have teacher guardian scheme for students to help them in academics and day-to-day activities. The college support the needy and deserving students in the form of Endowment prizes, Book Bank scheme, Poor Boys fund and 'Gaon ki Beti Yojna.'

Criterion 6: Organisation And Management
Being a Government college, the college functions according to the guidelines laid down by the department of Higher Education, Govt. of Madhya Pradesh. The Government controls all the major functioning of the college. The Principal is the controlling officer of the college and various committees are formulated for the purpose of academic and non-academic activities. The Janbhagidari Samiti of the college looks after overall development of the institute. Its main object is to generate and mobilize the resource from the local public and to use the resources in a proper manner. It also helps to maintain the congenial and healthy atmosphere in the institution.

The college receives salary and other grants from the Government, and an amount of Rs. 8707000/- has been received in the academic year 2005-2006. UGC has sanctioned a grant of Rs. 485000/- for the construction of Library Building. UGC has also sanctioned a grant of Rs. 1 corer for the construction of Girls' Hostel, out of which the college has received Rs. 25 lakhs. The Government has also sanctioned Rs. 3 Lakhs for the maintenance of the building. The Unit Cost of the college calculated excluding salary is Rs. 1444.78 and including salary is Rs. 8134.51.

For internal and external audit the commissioner, department of higher education, M.P., Bhopal and Account General M.P., Gwalior, appoints teams respectively. The expenditure for staff salary is met out of the Government grant. The purchase committee makes all purchases as per State Government rules. Stock register and accounts books are properly maintained.

The college doesn't have its own academic calendar but the college receives the academic calendar from the University and the programmes are conducted accordingly. The college has various welfare programmes as per State Government regulations. The college does have formal mechanism to redress the grievances of students.

Criterion 7: Healthy Practices
The peer team has identified a few unique features, which enhance the academic ambience of the institution.

The Janbahgadari Samati of the college create congenial, healthy academic atmosphere in the institute. It also generates and mobilizes the resources for the educational development. The Janbhagadari Samati looks after the over all development of the students. The college has also established Swami Vivekanand Career Counseling Cell, which guides the students for choosing career of their choice. This cell also functions as a placement cell.

The college has introduced a Self Financing Course in Computer Application. The Government Post Graduate College, Bina has two NSS units and one NCC unit through which the students render their service in the hospital to help the patients. They also work as volunteers in Pulse Polio Drive and Blood Donation Camps. Through these and other social activities the college tries to inculcate civic responsibilities and sense of communal harmony and National Integrity among the students. The NSS unit of the college has adopted a village called 'Navgaon'.

The students' council and the students union take active part in planning and development of the college. The students union encourages and develops democratic value and value oriented leadership.

The college organizes 'Yuva Utsav' every year as annual function focusing on cultural heritage of the region. Further the achievers in sports, extra curricular and co-curricular activities are facilitated on Annual day. As regard to the development of the students total personality, extension & sport activities are encourage by providing free lodging and boarding facilities.

The college has received a sizable amount under 10th plan and grants from the state Government.

The peer team after going through the self-study report, is very impressed by the progress of Government Post Graduate College, Bina, Sagar, Madhya Pradesh is educating the students for social reformation and organizing educational programmes to create analytical skills and career oriented ability and to provide value based education, which are the goals of the institution. The college has earned a reputation for imparting quality education and a sense of communal harmony and national integrity in younger generation. In more than 42 years of its existence this college has made gradual progress in its pursuit of providing opportunities for higher education in Bina tehsil. The present Principal of the college maintains very good repo with the Govt. officials, Local people and his colleague in academic and administrative matters. The college was focused on its objectives in imparting higher education to students, providing them training through co-curricular and extra-curricular activities and grooming their personality.

The peer team considers that, there are a number of features of Government Post Graduate Colleges, Bina approach to quality assurance and standards, which it would wish to commend. Also, the peer team would like to bring to the attention certain concerns for its consideration. The peer team would like to commend the institution for the following aspects:

Financial support given by the Government and UGC, and its proper utilization for the construction of library building and Girls' Hostel.

Facilitating aspect of the college to promote student participation and achievement in sports and cultural activities.

The college has a separate Building for Law & Commerce Department.

A Self-Financing course in computer application.

Two NSS units and one NCC unit.

Swami Vivekanand Career Counselling and Placement Cell.

Janbhagidari Samiti, which looks after the overall development of the college they also supervise maintenance and plan for future infrastructure development.

Literary and cultural Activities Cell.

Maintenance and future planning of infrastructure.

The college deserves every encouragement for its outstanding work from all grant-giving bodies.

With the limitations of socio economic milieu in which the college functions it is tempting to provide higher education programmes to its students. The Janbhagidari Samiti is genuinely concern about providing education to backward area rural youth with changing times.

For effective teaching and to maintain proper student teacher ratio regular appointment of teachers should be made.

Career orientation of education is the need of hour Need based and vocational courses in Petrochemical, Biochemistry, Library science, Fashion Designing, Journalism and Stenotyping may be provided to students.

For giving more elective options college may start- B.Sc. Agriculture, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Bachelor of Computer Application, Psychology, Music, Geography and Statistics as optional paper at UG level.

Faculty needs greater motivation, to take up minor and major research projects.

The faculty should take initiative in organising seminars and conferences. For obtaining the assistance they may approach to UGC, DST and other funding agencies.

Computerization of library and office may be completed on priority basis.

Library and office staff may be trained in house for modern office and library system for this computer centre may provide the training.

More textbooks and reference books be added in the library.

More journals/Periodicals may be subscribed in the Library especially in the subjects offered at the PG department.

Computer Lab be used to start a few more certificate/Diploma and UG courses in computer science as income generating courses.

Students and staff members may use recently set-up Internet accessibility more effectively.

Alumni Association may be registered at the earliest. It can also play active role in developing infrastructure facilities and academic activities.

To monitor due academic performance of the students college may develop continuous assessment system by arranging formal monthly, half yearly and pre University examinations.

Student attendance and progress can be computerized and made available to the parents.

A well-equipped English Language Laboratory will be useful to train students in communication and writing skills.

College may conduct preliminary survey so that college can understand entry behaviour of the students at the time of admission. This strengthened the Career Guidance and Counselling centre.

'Earn while you Learn' scheme may be introduced for the benefit of students, e.g. commerce students could give hands on experience of preparing Income Tax returns for nominal amounts.

Yoga and value education classes may be started Formal remedial and tutorials classes may be started for educationally disadvantage students.

Transport facilities (even on payment) for day scholars may be arranged.

A Women cell may be formed to attend to the grievance of girl students.

A centre may be set up to coach students and to train them to appear for various professional exams, State and control level competitive examinations.

Considering the long standing and the growth of the college and also its prospectus it could be advisable that the college may try to achieve autonomous status.

The college may provide larger exposure to the students to modern commercial trends and practices. This can be done through assigning projects, fieldwork, and case study by developing a commerce Lab.

Teachers should obtain life membership of national level professional bodies.

The college should contact INFLIBNET authorities to get access to the INFLIBNET system.

College may start facility centre especially for the students comprising of canteen, STD services, Photocopier and other stationary material.

At PG level college may start presentation of papers by the students to develop communication skills among the students.

The Law department may establish a permanent Legal Aid Clinic with the help of State Legal Services Authority.

Short term self financing courses to be introduced such as Diploma and Certificate Courses in different branches of law e.g. Diploma in Taxation, Diploma in Labour Law, Diploma in Corporate Law and Diploma in Cyber Laws.

State Level Moot Court Competition is to be arranged.

The members of the Peer Team would like to place on record their sincere thanks to the Principal, Faculty, Non-teaching staff, Students, Parents and alumni for their support and assistance during the visit.

The Peer Team wishes all the best in future and sincerely hopes that the institution will grow in to a great centre of advanced teaching with national recognition.

Prof. Z.H. Zaidi

Prof. T. N. Mathur

Prof. Vijay T. Chougule

(Dr. J.P.N. Pandey)

Date: 3rd March 2007

NCTE appeal order for Government Post Graduate College Bina

Hans Bhawan, Wing II, 1, Bahadurshah Zafar Marg, New Delhi - 110002


WHEREAS the appeal of Government P.G. College, Sagar, Madhya Pradesh dated 28-06-2010 is against the Order No. WRC-APW05908-223654-132nd-2010-67566 dated 03-05-2010 of the Western Regional Committee, refusing recognition for conducting B.Ed course on the ground “Teaching staff appointed is not as per the NCTE norms.”

AND WHEREAS the Correspondent, Government P.G. College (hereinafter referred to as the appellant), preferred an appeal dated 02-07-2010 to the National Council for Teacher Education, New Delhi (hereinafter referred to as the Council) under Section 18 of the NCTE Act, 1993 against the said Order.

AND WHEREAS Dr. S.K. Chaturvedi, Professor, Government P.G. College, Sagar, Madhya Pradesh presented the case of the appellant institution on 20.08.10. In the appeal and during personal presentation it was submitted that (1). the appellant institution published the advertisement in the newspaper for appointing teaching faculty. (2). The recruited staff was qualified as per the norms of UGC, NCTE and Madhya Pradesh Govt.

AND WHEREAS the Council perused the documents submitted by the appellant and noted that an advertisement dt. 19.01.10 was released by the institution inviting applications in two subjects for appointment as guest lecturers; moreover the staff had been engaged on hourly basis - lecture basis.; it did not appoint Head of the Department and two of the staff members were not qualified as per latest norms of NCTE.. Further the appellant could not show the letter of university for nominating subject expert in the selection committee.

From all these, it was apparent that the faculty had not been appointed as per NCTE norms and hence WRC was justified in refusing recognition. In view of the above, the Council came to the conclusion that there was no justification in accepting the appeal and that it should be rejected.

AND WHEREAS after perusal of documents, memorandum of appeal, affidavit, VT Report and after considering oral arguments advanced during hearing, the Council reached the conclusion that there was no ground to accept the appeal and that it should be rejected. Accordingly, the appeal was rejected and WRC’s order dated 03-05-10 was confirmed.

NOW THEREFORE, the Council hereby confirms the Order appealed against.

(S.V.S. Chaudhary)
Vice – Chairperson

1. The Principal, Government P.G. College, Bina,, Sagar - -, Madhya Pradesh
2. The Secretary, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of School Education and Literacy, Shastri Bhawan, New Delhi.
3. Regional Director, Western Regional Committee, Manas Bhawan, Shayamala Hills, Bhopal - 462002.
4. PS to Chairperson
5. The Secretary, Education (looking after Teacher Education) Government of Madhya Pradesh, Bhopal.

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