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Sri Ramakrishna PG College, Nandyal, Andhra Pradesh
Sri Ramakrishna PG College, Nandyal, Andhra Pradesh
Address:NGO Colony, Near SBI Colony
Nandyal (District Kurnool)
Andhra Pradesh, India
Sri Ramakrishna PG College, Nandyal Andhra Pradesh is a recognised institute / college. Sri Ramakrishna PG College, Nandyal Andhra Pradesh was established on / in 1984.
Sri Ramakrishna PG College is situated in Nandyal of Andhra Pradesh state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Fax # of Sri Ramakrishna PG College, Nandyal Andhra Pradesh is 08514 245260.
Contact Person(s) of the Sri Ramakrishna PG College, Nandyal Andhra Pradesh is (are): Placement Officer 9440577673.
Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Sri Ramakrishna PG College, Nandyal Andhra Pradesh are 94402-90459.
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Website of Sri Ramakrishna PG College, Nandyal Andhra Pradesh is http://www.srkpg.ac.in/.
Chairman : 9440290459.
Contact Details of Sri Ramakrishna PG College, Nandyal Andhra Pradesh are : Phone Numbers : 08514-244592,245260,243039,240071,240766.
Following colleges are different:
Sri Ramakrishna Degree College (Autonomous), Nandyal
Sri Ramakrishna PG College, Nandyal
ISO 9001:2000 certified
Sri Ramakrishna Educational Society was founded in 1984 under the able chairmanship of a visionary and educationist Dr. G Ramakrishna Reddy. The Society started Sri Ramakrishna Degree College in the same year at Nandyal, in Kurnool District of Andhra Pradesh. The college is known for its academic excellence. The degree college became Autonomous College from the academic year 2005-06. It offers Under Graduate courses with all combinations. After a decades rich experience at UG level, the Society started Sri Ramakrishna Post Graduate College in 1994. It was established with the lofty ideal of promoting quality education. The College is wedded to the philosophy of giving the best to the students. The Institution spares no efforts in moulding and shaping the students. Each student is being given the utmost attention and care. The Institution carved a niche for itself by bringing together the rare combination of man and machine. The Institution has been a harbinger in many respects, may it be the proud owner of an imposing building, the provider of the state-of-the-art technology, a rare collection of books, journals, periodicals, magazines etc. The Institutions endeavors are guided not by the student turnover ratios, but by the pragmatics of each curriculum. Sri Ramakrishna Post Graduate College is a feeder channel to the Industry. It feeds Industry with large number of MCAs and MBAs every year.
CoursesNumber of seats in Sri Ramakrishna PG College, Nandyal Andhra Pradesh is 60.
Sri Ramakrishna PG College, Nandyal Andhra Pradesh runs course(s) in Degree stream(s).
Master of Computer Application 60
Master of Business Administration 120
Master of Business Administration(Finance) 60
M.Sc(Computer Science) 30
Approval details: Sri Ramakrishna PG College is affiliated with Sri Krishnadevaraya University, Anantapur
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NAAC report of Sri Ramakrishna Degree CollegeSECTION-I : PREFACE
Sri Ramakrishna Degree College (Autonomous), Nandyal, Andhra Pradesh sponsored by Sri Ramakrishna Education Society was established in the year 1984 with a mission to provide quality education and to be a world class learning centre.
It is a co-educational college and came under grant-in-aid category in the year 1996. Initially the college was affiliated to Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati and subsequently it came under Sri Krishna Devaraya University, Anantapur.
The college got UGC recognition under 2(f) and 12(B) on 30.11.1991. In the year 2005, the college was bestowed with autonomous status by UGC. In the year 2006, it was recognised by UGC as college with having potential for excellence. The college has gone for ISO certification and was awarded with ISO 9001 certificate.
The college is located in a semi urban area with 29.6785 acres spread in two campuses and 96,816 Sq. Ft. built-in area.
Eighteen subjects are taught with 12 programme options. All the 12 programmes are on annual system in the third year of degree courses while the semester system is followed in other courses. 5 courses with ICT enabled teaching learning process are in operation. Post-graduate courses in M.Sc. (Computer Science), M.A. (English), M.Sc. (Electronics,) M.Sc. (Mathematics), M.Sc. (Applied Mathematics), M.Sc. (Physics), M.Sc. (Botany), M.B.A., M.C.A. and M. Com (Professional) are offered on self financing basis. A good number of certificate courses are introduced in the year 2005-2006.
The college has tutor-ward system. 42 remedial programmes and 03 bridge courses are offered.
The college has 230 working days out of which 185 are the teaching days. In aided courses 13 teaching posts are filled out of the 19 sanctioned posts. In the unaided courses 114 permanent teachers and 5 temporary teachers are appointed. 30 non-teaching and 15 technical posts have been filled up. The teacher student ratio is 1:27.1. Of the total faculty 11 possess Ph.D degree, 10 possess M. Phil qualification and one member is UGC NET qualified.
Faculty Members availed of faculty development programmes like Refresher Courses (24), Orientation programme (13) and Workshops (13). The college organised 29 seminars and 52 invited lectures.
The college has one on going major research project funded by UGC and 5 student research projects funded by the college. Faculty members have published 2 papers in International Journals and 27 in National journals, 75 in college journal and 2 books. 5 papers were presented by the teachers in International Seminars and 11 papers in national seminars.
The college has two libraries in two campuses with 12,816 Text Books, 7381 Reference Books, 33 National journals, 9 International Journals, 45 Magazines and 300 back volumes. During the last year, books worth of Rs. 4,11,854/- have been purchased. The library is partially automated. Photocopying, internet and inter-library loan facilities are available. There are 270 Computers in the college with 11 departments provided with computer facilities. Health Centre, Gymnasium, Canteen, Students Centre and Media Centre are the recent additions on the campus.
The student strength in UG classes during the year 2006-07 is 2988 out of which 1070 are women, while the student strength in P.G. classes is 743 out of which 309 are women. For UG programmes the dropout rate after admission is 7% and the success rate has been consistently around 75.6% with a good number of first divisions and distinctions. For P.G. courses the dropout rate is almost negligible and the success rate is 90.16%.
The college has revenue collection amounting to Rs. 2,01,66,491/-. Out of the total resources, 65% is spent for salary, 8% for building development, 12% for academic activities and 2% is spent for equipment, teaching aids and seminars. The unit cost of education is Rs. 5550/- including salary component and Rs. 3767/- excluding salary component.
Grievance Redressal cell was started in 2003-04 and the Alumni association and parent teacher association have been started in 2005-06 only. The college has NCC with 50 male cadets and 150 female cadets. It has also NSS with 178 male volunteers and 149 female volunteers and taken up a good number of extension activities.
The college volunteered to be assessed by National Assessment and Accreditation Council, Bangalore and submitted its self study report to NAAC on 29th January, 2007. A peer team was constituted by NAAC to visit the institution and validate the self study report. The peer team consists of Dr. N. Jayasankaran, Former Vice-Chancellor of Sri Chandrashekarendra Saraswati Viswa Mahavidyalaya, as Chairperson, Prof. M.D.P. Rao, Former Principal of Khallikote Autonomous College, Berhampur as Member Coordinator and Prof M.D.Jahagirdar Director, Maulana Azad Education Society as Member. The visit was coordinated by Dr. Jagannath Patil, Deputy Advisor, NAAC, Bangalore.
The team visited the institution on 30th and 31st march, 2007. The academic, co-curricular, extra curricular and extension facilities of the institution were taken note of during the visit. The peer team interacted at length with the management of the college, the Principal, the faculty, administrative staff, students, parents and alumni of the institution. Based on this exercise and keeping in mind, the seven criteria identified by NAAC, the Peer Team makes the following observations criterion-wise.
SECTION-II : CRITERION-WISE ANALYSIS
CRITERION-I : CURRICULAR ASPECTS
The mission of the college is in meeting the needs of the society by imparting quality higher education to the students of the backward districts of Rayalaseema in the state of Andhra Pradesh.
The college is offering not only traditional courses in Commerce, Arts and Science faculties, but also restructured vocational courses like B. Com. (Computer), B.B.M., B. Com. (Professional), B.Sc. (Computer Science). 12 programmes are offered with 18 subjects being taught. The programmes offered in third year degree course follow the annual examination system, while 18 programmes are on semester pattern. All the programmes offered are with elective options. The college has introduced Post-Graduate Courses such as M.Sc. (Computer Science), M.A. (English), M.Sc. (Electronics), M.Sc. (Mathematics), M.Sc. (Applied Mathematics), M.Sc. (Physics), M.Sc. (Botany), M.B.A., M.C.A. and M. Com (Professional) on self financing basis. Value added courses such as 'college learning', 'personality development' and 'communicative English' are introduced. 40 to 50% courses in Science, 30% courses in Commerce and 10% courses in Arts focus on experiential learning.
Certificate courses in communicative English and Soft skills, Translational studies, Functional Telugu, Annamacharya literature, Communicative Hindi, Applied Mathematics, Computer Awareness, Food & Nutrition, Horticulture, Tourism & Travel Management, Human Rights, Journalism and Mass Communication and Tax Procedures are introduced in the year 2005-06.
The Autonomous status conferred on the college gave academic flexibility to design its own curriculum. The Board of Studies in various subjects is constituted for all subjects offered under autonomous stream as per the guidelines on the scheme of Autonomous colleges of UGC. The model curriculum prepared by UGC is utilised while developing the curriculum. The college has restructured the syllabi in all autonomous courses in the first and second year curriculum. Lab sessions are introduced in the subjects like mathematics and English. Seminars, Group Discussions, Quiz Programmes, Assignments, Projects, Field Studies are part of the curriculum.
Feed back is collected from students, academic peers, alumni and industry and used while designing the curriculum.
CRITERION-II : TEACHING, LEARNING AND EVALUATION
The college has 230 working days out of which 185 are the teaching days. The college prospectus provides information about the courses, subject combinations, fee structure etc. The admission committee screens the applications and students are admitted on the basis of academic records and counselling. Reservations are provided to SC, ST, BC and Women students in conformity with policies of the Govt. of Andhra Pradesh. For the physically challenged students admission criteria are relaxed in select cases. Sports Persons of outstanding merit are given preferential treatment in admissions.
The demand ratio at the UG level in different courses is 1: 1.5 on an average.
The institution provides bridge courses to the educationally disadvantaged students. Also tutorial classes are taken in some subjects. Slow and advanced learners are identified. Slow learners are provided with remedial coaching and assignment. Advanced learners are encouraged to give seminar presentations, participation in inter-college competitions, workshops, mock sessions and role play.
The academic sub-committee prepares the academic calendar on the basis of which the faculty prepare their teaching plan in the beginning of the academic year.
Lecture method is followed predominantly, supplemented by question answer sessions, group discussion, peer teaching. Teaching aids like OHP, LCD, Charts, Maps, Models, Internet are used. MANA TV channel (KU Band) of Govt. of Andhra Pradesh is made use of for the benefit of the students.
The progress of students is assessed by conducting monthly tests, terminal and pre-public examinations. For the autonomous stream, the college has introduced internal examinations with 25% weightage. The college adopts external evaluation for semester end examinations. The examination system in the college is computerised. There is a mechanism for redressal of grievance in the evaluation by providing an opportunity for recounting and revaluation and supply of Photocopies of Answer papers. In autonomous streams, results are published within 30 days of the last examination. The controller of examinations monitors all activities of the examination cell.
The library is kept open from 8.00 A.M. to 8.00 P.M. on all working days and 10.00 A.M. to 5.00 P.M. on holidays. 20,197 books, 33 National, 9 International journals and 45 magazines are available in the library. DELNET facility is available in the library. Each department has departmental library with the books donated by the students, staff members and Alumni.
In the aided courses 19 teaching positions are sanctioned, out of which 13 are filled. In the unaided courses 114 permanent and 5 part time teachers are appointed. The percentage of women staff is 27.5. The teachers are selected after an advertisement and due process of an interview. The teacher - student ratio is 1: 27.1.
Eleven faculty members possess Ph.D. degree, 10 possess M. Phil qualification and a lone member of the aided staff is UGC net qualified.
About 20% of the faculty members attended conferences and seminars. Some of them have served as resource persons. Faculty members are acquainted with use of computers, internet and audio-visual aids. A good number of seminars have been organised by the college.
Rotary Club of Nandyal has awarded the Best Teacher Awards to 4 teachers of the college.
Teachers submit self appraisal reports. The college has also introduced evaluation of teachers by the students for courses under autonomous stream. Feedback is utilised by the Principal in reviewing the performance of the teachers and giving suggestions for improving the quality of teaching.
CRITERION-III: RESEARCH, CONSULTANCY AND EXTENSION
The college has been offering under-graduate programmes till recently. However, the institution has taken steps to inculcate research cult and a Research Committee is constituted. 11 faculty members possess Ph.D. degree and quite a good number of teachers mostly from Commerce have taken up their doctoral programme. 2 teachers have been awarded Ph.D. degree in 2005.
Teachers pursuing research programmes are granted study leave, financial grant and reschedule of their workload. Majority of the teachers are engaged in guiding student projects which form a part of the curriculum.
The principal of the college and two other faculty members are recognised research supervisors. One major research project and two minor research projects funded by UGC have been completed. The Principal of the college has one on going major research project funded by UGC. 5 research scholars are actively engaged in research under his guidance. Faculty members have published 2 papers in international journals and 27 in national journals, 75 in college journals and 2 books. 5 papers were presented by the teachers in international seminars, 11 papers in national seminars.
There is only one major research project of the Principal funded by UGC. The faculty may be encouraged by the Research Committee to apply more major and minor research projects of different funding agencies.
The faculty of the college provides consultancy services in matters relating to small enterprise management, accounting, auditing, tax planning, self employment and career guidance.
The college has 327 NSS volunteers. 20 regular camps have been conducted and Andhra Pradesh Housing Board colony has been adopted for extension activities. The various extension activities include Medical and health check up, blood donation camps, social work and community development projects, adult education and literacy programmes, AIDS and Environmental awareness programmes are some of the extension activities. Students participating in extension activities are given special certificates and teachers participating in extension activities are given relief in their workload.
The college has linkages with Road Transport Organisation, Police Organisation, Rotary Club and Lions Club for its extension activities.
CRITERION-IV:INFRASTRUCTURE & LEARNING RESOURCES
The college is located in a semi urban area with 29.6785 acres spread in two campuses and 96816 Sq. Ft. built in area. The main campus has three multi-storeyed buildings, housing class rooms, laboratories, library, college office and other utilities. In the second campus the college has two multi-storeyed buildings having class rooms, library, and computer centre for the students of graduate and post-graduate programmes. Spacious class rooms, modern laboratories, well stacked library, Principals chamber, Departmental Staff rooms, administrative staff rooms, language laboratories, examination section, career guidance and counselling cell, students centre computer centre, internet lab, seminar hall, ladies waiting hall, NCC room, NSS room, Gymnasium, sports room, play ground, womens hostel, extension counter of Andhra Bank and Health Centre meet the requirements of academic activities, co-curricular activities and sports. Besides, the college has 3 Conference halls, 4 common rooms, 4 E-class rooms, auditorium and guest room. The college has been continuously augmenting its physical infrastructure facilities, keeping pace with the requirements of academic growth and expansion. The college has entered into AMC to maintain infrastructure and equipment. 8% of the total budget is spent for building development and 2% for equipment and teaching aids.
The available infrastructure is optimally utilised for community purposes, conduct of distance education programmes and competitive examinations.
The college has a library with spacious reading hall in the main campus and another library in the second campus. The library remains open on working days from 8.00 A.M. to 8.00 P.M. on working and from 10.00 A.M. to 5 P.M. on holidays. The library in the second campus has a Biometric machine to monitor the entry of registered persons. There are 12,816 textbooks, 7381 reference books, 33 National Journals, 9 International journals and 45 magazines in total. There is a Library Advisory Committee to monitor all the activities of the library. The college has purchased books worth of Rs. 4,11,854/- during the last year from the UGC and college funds.
The college has provided two e-libraries with 20 computers and internet facility. The library services are being computerised and at present the college has access to DELNET and institutional membership with association of Indian Management Schools, British Library, Hyderabad, American Library, Chennai and All India Management Association. Reprographic facility is available in the library. A nominal amount is charged from the students for availing the above facility.
The college has 3 well equipped computer labs to provide computer facility and broadband internet access to both the faculty and students free of cost. There are 120 computers in the computer laboratories, 30 computers in English Language Laboratory, 4 Computers in the administrative section, 11 computers in different departments and 40 computers in the two Libraries, 65 computers in the computer centre and necessary legal softwares have been procured. Computers and its accessories are maintained regularly through Annual Maintenance Contract.
The college has a play ground measuring approximately 5 acres and a sports room. The college has established a multi - gym with 16 stations. Uniforms and kits are provided to the students participating in various sports events.
There is a hostel for women students very close to the second campus with intake capacity of 180 boarders. The hostel inmates are provided with purified drinking water, recreation, internet, games and sports, medical facilities. The colleges two buses for providing transport facility to the students and staff.
The institution has a Health Centre. The services of two doctors, one of them a lady doctor, are provided. Canteen facility is also available in the college.
CRITERION-V : STUDENT SUPPORT AND PROGRESSION
During the year 2006-2007 the college had enrolment of 2988 students of which 1070 are the women. The SC, ST, OBC students constitute 50% of the total enrolment. The success rate is UG programme is around 75%. Progression to higher education after UG is 35% and for employment it is 10%. The dropout rate after admission is 7%. During the year 2006-2007 the college admitted 743 students in P.G. programmes out of which 309 are women. The success rate in P.G. programme is around 90% with negligible dropout rate. The institution offers free coaching to the learners appearing for various competitive examinations. 100 students qualified in I-CET / PG-CET / B.Ed. during the last year.
The institution publishes updated prospectus every year giving detailed information about programmes offered, fee structure, scholarships and other facilities available. The college has its website 'www.srkdc.org'.
The institution provides scholarships to the needy students. During the year 2005-06, 126 SC students, 18 ST students, 195 OBC students and 2 physically challenged students received scholarships amounting to Rs. 8,26,087/- sanctioned by Government of Andhra Pradesh. Besides the scholarships provided by the state government the college and Alumni association have instituted merit cum means scholarships.
There is a newly constituted placement cell in the college which offers career guidance and counselling which encourages students to be self employed. MBA, MCA students are gainfully placed in banking, IT, FMCG, consulting companies during the placement season. The Alumni association and the grievance redressal cell have also been recently formed. Alumni contribute for the development of infrastructural facilities and sponsoring scholarships to deserving students. The grievance redressal Cell received 25 complaints during the last 2 years relating to proper maintenance of wash rooms, provision of parking place and provision of drinking water facility which have been attended to.
The college has a cell to prevent sexual harassment of women students. There is also a legal awareness cell in the college.
Some seats are reserved for the students who excel in sports and games. Besides, students proficient in sports are given prizes, medals and certificates. Travel grants, sports material, remission of attendance, remedial coaching are some of the incentives to participants in sports. 2 students participated in the national level competitions and the college badminton team has represented the University for two consecutive years.
The college has NCC with 50 male cadets and 150 female cadets. During the last 3 years 33 male cadets and 16 female cadets have passed the 'C' certificate examination. One cadet has participated in the Republic day parade at Delhi. 3 cadets have participated in Trekking Expedition held at Peppara in Kerala.
Inforays magazine is brought out every month by the students. All the supporting facilities are provided to the students exclusively for this purpose.
Students participate in extra curricular activities. The college has organised several functions such as Musical concert on Annamaiha, Hindi Diwas, Youth Festival, Vivekananda Jayanti, Teachers Day and Freshers Day.
CRITERION-VI : ORGANISATION AND MANAGEMENT
The college has four statutory bodies namely Governing Body, Academic Council, Board of Studies and Finance Committee to ensure proper management of academic, financial and general administrative affairs.
The Governing Body meets twice a year. Its functions include fixing the fees and other charges, instituting fellowships, scholarships, medals, prizes and approving the new programmes of study. The Academic Council meets twice a year and approves the proposals of Boards of Studies and makes regulations regarding admission of students. The Board of Studies meets once in a year and prepares the syllabi, suggests panel of names for the appointment of examiners. The Finance Committee meets twice a year and prepares budget and audit statements for grants received from UGC. Principal is the ex-officio Secretary of the Governing Body and Chairman of the Academic Council and Finance Committee.
The Mission statement is published and all efforts are put in to fulfil the mission. The college ensures fair accountability on the part of teachers and non-teaching staff. The administrative staff have undergone training in computer applications. Efforts are made to conduct staff development programme in the form of workshops, seminars and conferences. The college provides, insurance cover for all the staff and students. Free education is provided to the children of the employees.
The college follows Academic Calendar prepared by the Academic Calendar Committee headed by the Principal. The fee charged by the college is on the norms set by the Government of Andhra Pradesh. The college has mobilised resources through donations and by introducing self financing courses, add on courses and certificate courses. During the year 2005-06, the college had a revenue collection of Rs. 2,01,66,491/- and had a balanced budget. The unit cost of the education is Rs. 5550/- including salary component and Rs. 3767/- excluding salary. Accounts have been regularly audited by Commissionorate of collegiate education, Govt. of Andhra Pradesh.
Teachers submit self appraisal report in the prescribed profroma and they are utilised for the evaluation of the faculty.
CRITERION-VII : HEALTHY PRACTICES
The college has achieved its specific goals by designing need based, employment oriented and socially relevant courses. The aided academic programmes are strengthened through self financing courses, add on courses and certificate courses.
Transparency in admissions, monitoring and control over the attendance of the students, continuous evaluation of the students, students feed back of the faculty, feedback of the stakeholders about the courses are some of the measures adopted by the college for internal quality check.
The college concentrates on organising learner centered activities like seminars, group discussion, quiz programmes and field trips to improve the academic standards of students.
The college has launched 'Earn while you learn' programme by assigning the STD booth to the needy students and the excess of income over expenditure is shared by the needy students.
The college regularly organises a variety of outreach programmes through its wings of NCC and NSS.
All National functions such as Independence Day, Republic Day, NCC Day, Hindi Diwas and Teachers Day are celebrated to promote patriotic zeal and service motivation among the students.
Value based education is promoted by organising lectures on anti-dowry system, aids awareness, national integration, ban on Gutkha and smoking to induce moral, ethical and social values among the students.
The college offers a certificate course on Yoga.
SECTION-III : OVERALL ANALYSIS
The Peer Teem made an in-depth study of the SSR and by the way of its validation, examined various aspects of the functioning of the college. During its two day visit, the peer team had interaction with the Principal, Governing Body Members, Faculty, Non-Teaching Staff, Students, Parents and Alumni. It would like to commend the college for some of the positive features in its approach in promoting higher education. At the same time, the peer team would point out some of the issues of concern for the consideration of the college.
*At the time of inception in 1984, the college was run in a rented accommodation. Shifted to its own building in 1994-95. Today it has two campuses having three multi-storeyed buildings in one campus and two multi-storeyed buildings in other campus. The college has been continuously augmenting its physical and infrastructural facilities.
*In the year 2005, the college was bestowed with autonomous status.
*In the year 2006, it was recognised by UGC as a college having potential for excellence.
*The college has gone for ISO Certification and was awarded with ISO 9001 Certificate.
*The college has achieved its specific goals by designing need based, employment oriented, socially relevant courses.
*The aided academic programmes are strengthened through self financing courses, add on courses and certificate courses.
*Participation of several faculty members in international and national seminars is appreciable.
*Value based education is promoted to induce moral, ethical and social values among students.
*The college organises a variety of outreach programmes through its wings of NCC and NSS.
*There is good interpersonal relationship among the Principal, Faculty, Students and Non-teaching staff.
*All office functions like admissions, accounts and examinations have been computerised.
*In autonomous streams results are published within 30 days from the last examination.
*The Principal of the college is a recognised research supervisor and has a major research project funded by UGC and 5 Research Scholars are actively engaged in Research under his guidance.
*The college has two e-libraries with 20 computers and Internet facility. The college has access the DELNET.
*English language laboratory in the college with 30 computers deserves appreciations.
*The college offers bridge courses and remedial coaching for the weaker students.
*Accounts are properly maintained and duly audited.
*The college provides insurance cover for all staff and students and free education to the children of the employees.
With a view to further improving the academic growth of the college, the peer team would like to suggest the following for its consideration.
*The UGC has conferred autonomous status for the college. But effectively autonomy is available only for the UG programmes. It is desirable that the parent university considers favourably in extending the autonomy to the P.G programmes offered by the college as envisaged by UGC.
*The college may prepare a 5 year strategic perspective plan to chalk out the road map and the action plans for the further development of the college.
*An extensive academic audit may be instituted.
*It is nearly 2 years since the college became Autonomous. The college may think of self assessment of the progress made by the college during the last 2 year under the autonomous scheme. This gives them they feedback as to weather the college realized the full potential of the academic freedom given to them for designing more relevant curricula, new methods of teaching learning process and innovative methods of evaluation. This exercise will also help the college to apply a mid-course correction, if needed.
*More faculty members may be encouraged to take up research work and publish their research output.
*Except one major research project of the Principal, no other research projects appear to have been in operation. The research committee may encourage the faculty members to apply for research projects funded by different funding agencies.
*Computerisation of the Library may be completed on top priority.
*More books of recent publications may be added to the library.
*Usage of books of the library may be insisted upon.
*Now that many post-graduate programmes have been started, more research journals may be purchased.
*Every department may devise its outreach activity related to its subject.
*The college may take upon the responsibility of organising more state / national seminar every year.
*While the systematic conduct of tests as prescribed is appreciated more innovative testing modalities may be adopted to promote the progression to higher education and employment of the students.
*Students seminar activity and field visits may be made more extensive and purposive.
*The Alumni association needs to be registered and strengthened and concrete programmes need to be chalked out.
*Students feed back on their campus experience may be discussed in appropriate forum and utilised.
The peer teem is of the opinion that this exercise will be useful to the institution to help it sustain and promote quality. It places on record its appreciation of the cooperation extended by the dynamic Principal, Management, Staff, Students, parents, Alumni and the Public who have been striving to promote quality education. The peer team wishes the institution the best in its endeavour to promote higher education.
Dr. N. Jayasankaran
Prof. M.D.P. Rao
Prof. M.D. Jahagirdar
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