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Government Junnerdeo College, Junnardeo, Madhya Pradesh


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Government Junnerdeo College, Junnardeo, Madhya Pradesh
Junnardeo (District Chhindwara)
Madhya Pradesh, India
Pin Code : 480551


Government Junnerdeo College, Junnardeo Madhya Pradesh is a recognised institute / college. Status: Govt. Government Junnerdeo College, Junnardeo Madhya Pradesh is also known as Govt College, Junardev. Government Junnerdeo College, Junnardeo Madhya Pradesh was established on / in 1967.


Principal of Government Junnerdeo College, Junnardeo Madhya Pradesh is DR. SHAIL PRABHA KOSHTA (Mobile 9407544300) or Dr Yugendra Kumar Sharma (Mobile 9826165984).

Government Junnerdeo College is situated in Junnardeo of Madhya Pradesh state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Fax # of Government Junnerdeo College, Junnardeo Madhya Pradesh is +91-7160-231378.

email ID(s) is Government Junnerdeo College Junnardeo Madhya Pradesh

Website of Government Junnerdeo College, Junnardeo Madhya Pradesh is http://www.mphighereducation.nic.in/gcjunnardeo.


Contact Details of Government Junnerdeo College, Junnardeo Madhya Pradesh are : 07160-231050
Website : www.mp.gov.in/highereducation/gcjunnardeo
Library head: Mr. AKSHAY NARENDRA KUMAR RAO (Mobile 9425405061)
Accounts head: Mr. Manohar Rao Thakre (Mobile 9406726026)



Courses

Government Junnerdeo College, Junnardeo Madhya Pradesh runs course(s) in Degree stream(s).
BA, Bsc, MA, Msc.

Approval details: Government Junnerdeo College is affiliated with Dr Harisingh Gour University, Sagar (Madhya Pradesh)

Profile of Government Junnerdeo College

Introduction to the college
Chhindwara one of the 48 districts is located (21 28 22 49 north latitude and 78 10 79 24 east longitude in an area of 11,815 sq. KM at the foot hills of Mahadeo ranges which is the central part of the greater SATPURAS. This district area wise is 9th,t.located on the south central part of the state About 40% of the area is under forest cover. Inhibited by aborigine tribes like Korkoo and Gonds added to this Gabali, a cast involved in cattle rearing ,is also registering visible presence. There are 1984 villages, though as per the developmental statistics provided with amenities yet the but exposure to these village presents a different story. Mining of coal under the control of Western Coal Field is perhaps the only major source of income other than the traditional occupation associated with the tribes. Shifting cultivation and growing of low millets are the main occupation in major part of the district, which neither have nutritive value nor does fetch good revenue as a marketing product. The human resource indices are also not very encouraging. The rural literacy is 60.5 % in which women 54 .6 this includes towns also. Schedule cast 11.6 % and tribal is 34.7 %. The roads are 18.80, 99.68 village are electrified yet sufferer form the shortage of power supply.

There are 9 blocks in this district of which Junnardeo is one. With apopulation of 173788 spread in 1996 village is deprived of any industrial activity, facilities like health, education, are also not adequate, roads connectivity amongst these village is also negligible. General pace of life is slow, social taboos, beliefs on witchcraft is in abundance, religion is deep rooted and reflects traditionally in the whole area, there is no vision for future development. Living without a vision for tomorrow today becomes perhaps the most important for them.

Junnardeo
Though located on the route leading to mahadeo shrines at Pacmarhi and mining brought this little scanty town in to existence, railway loading dock for coal from the adjoining surrounding coal mines added as addition to make it a hub. In the earlier part local natives were not willing to venture in to deep tunneled coal mines, hence lots of people migrated form Uttar Pradesh and Bihar to get indulge in excavation work in these mining, later on people from other states like West Bangal. Oorisa Andhra Pradesh also congregated thus town took a cosmopolitan look. AS the economic activity grew a few traders also came along. Thus Gradually this became a town where people with different dialects cast and religion walked along making a mix of culture which was its own.Yet the sleepy nature did not change it had its own pace and rhythm. WCL as the manager and in the bread winner role did created facilities / amenities. The management focused more on sports and games as a result there is a general leaning amongst community for out door games,. This added facility helped the educational institutions including the Government college to develop sports as an effective past time using these available facilities for their own students.

Excess to Junnardeo
Junnardeo boasts of the oldest railway station which was created in the year 1937 connection Amla railway station on Chennai Delhi railway route. Later on the track was extended till Chhindwara.
This town is also connected by road from Tamia, a town famous for its cultural heritage. Another road links Parasia. The district headquarter, Chhindwara is 48 Km by road. The condition of the roads has been deteriorated; because of the mining activity heavy loaded trucks dumpers have taken toll on the roads around this region. One of the big town hub for all the support system in the vicinity is Nagpur at a distance of about 17o KM from Junnardeo, it is the major center for everything this town requires.

Birth of an institution for higher Education
Elites of Junnardeo gathered their resources and Gondwana Education Society was founded. This society started a degree college. The society chaired by Shri KN Shukla whose brain child this college was.. Faculty of humanities and commerce were initially started paucity of adequate space and building compelled management to organize college activities in a school building as a make shift arrangement. Science classes were started in 1971 and this newly created faculty was shifted to a near by village Chikalmau. Arts classes continued to be organized in the town itself. there were 174 students the year 1971 in all the faculties , catered by 9 faculty members.

College came under Government control
The college was taken over by the State Government department of higher Education from administrative control of the education society in the year 1982. Government procured 15 acres of land and independent campus with basic facilities for administration classroom activities with a catchments of about 200 villages around this college, is the only institute available for perusing higher education in the vicinity. College since Janbhagidari Samittee came in existence on the initiation of the State Government. Since inception this Samittee has been involved in quite a few strategic decisions which helped the institute evolve and progress

Government of Madhya Pradesh has also assured assistance for developing infrastructure, being in the heart of tribal area department of tribal welfare through District Planning Committee has assured financial help to the tune of 67% on developing infrastructure in the college.

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NAAC report of Government Junnerdeo College

SECTION-I : Introduction
The Government Junnardeo Mahavidyalaya Junnardeo, Distt. Chhindwara (M.P)was initially established in1967 by the Gondwana education Society and taken over by the State Government of M.P. in 1982. The Mahavidyalaya caters to the needs of 200 villages in rural-tribal area .The Mahavidyalaya is already recognized by the UGC under 2(f) and sec 12B. The Mahavidyalaya is affiliated to Dr.Harisingh Gour University, Sagar (M.P)

At present the Mahavidyalaya offers 09 Undergraduate programmes in Arts, Science and Commerce and 04 Postgraduate courses in ( Economics, sociology, commerce and chemistry). The Mahavidyalaya enrolled 852UG and 172 PG students on its rolls during the current academic session 2006-2007. The dropout rate is 8.69 percent in UG and 11.76 percent in PG. The present staff position is
14 permanent (10 Male + 04 Female). One Lecturer is on study leave up to November 2007. Six positions are lying vacant. The non-teaching staff consists of 10 members + 01 Technical Assistant for computer application. Teacher student ratio is 1:49 . The unit cost of the education is Rs. 8827/- (including Salary). The Mahavidyalaya works from 08.20 a.m. to 05.00 p.m. in two shifts (Arts Subjects in morning and Commerce, Science in Afternoon. Morning session 8:20 a.m. to 1:20 p.m., Afternoon 11:40 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.). The Mahavidyalaya follows annual system of examination.

The Government Junnardeo Mahavidyalaya Junnardeo, District
Chhindwara (M.P) has volunteered to be assessed and accredited by NAAC Bangalore and submitted the self study report(SSR) to NAAC in November 2006.
Accordingly a peer team was constituted consisting of Professor K. Kunhi Krishnan, (Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Kannur University Kannur) as Chairperson, Professor M.M. Goel (Department of Economics, Kurukshetra University) as Member Convener and Dr. M.S.Dadge (Principal Mahatma Basweshwar Mahavidyalaya Latur) as Member by NAAC to visit and validate the claims of the college. The team visited the Mahavidyalaya on 15th to 17th March, 2007.

The peer team carefully perused and analyzed the Self Study Report of the Mahavidyalaya. The team verified the relevant documents to validate the information provided by the Mahavidyalaya and interacted with the principal, faculty members, Alumni, non-teaching staff, students and the parents. The team interacted with all the faculty members and visited library, computer lab and other support services. Based on the above exercise and inputs provided during the visit and interaction with various stakeholders, the following report is presented.

SECTION-II : CRITERION-WISE ANALYSIS
CRITERION-I : CURRICULAR ASPECTS
The Government Junnardeo Mahavidyalaya Junnardeo, District
Chhindwara (M.P) is a co-educational institution and runs 03 Under Graduate programmes in Arts, Science and Commerce, 04 Post Graduate (Chemistry, commerce, Sociology and Economics). There are total 14 subjects( Hindi, English, Political Science, Economics, Sociology, Home science, Geography, Commerce, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Computer Application, Botany and Zoology) in the Mahavidyalaya .The goal and vision of this Mahavidyalaya is taken from State Government Department of Higher education as admitted in SSR and also displayed. The mission of the Mahavidyalaya is to provide access of new wisdom for the deprived of this backward and tribal area.

Established in September 1967, the Mahavidyalaya was transferred to the State Government on 01-10-1982 and got approval of the UGC under 2(f) and 12 (B) . The total campus area is 15 acres in rural and tribal area . Few of the teachers of this Mahavidyalaya are the members of board of studies of Dr.Harisingh Gour University, Sagar in the respective subjects to give their suggestions for the revision and redesigning of the curricula. There is, of course, no system of an academic audit by the university as stated in SSR .The Mahavidyalaya follows the pattern prescribed by the university.

CRITERION-II : TEACHING LEARNING AND EVALUATION
The Mahavidyalaya publishes its annual prospectus highlighting the admission procedure, eligibility criteria, various courses being offered, fee-structure and other details. The admission to various courses is on the basis of norms of the affiliating university for fixed number of seats with equal opportunities to all. Appropriate guidance is provided to the students seeking admission.

The syllabi of various courses are prescribed by the affiliating University and teachers follow the pattern. The syllabi are unitized according to the teaching workload. The lecture method is the method being used for teaching by the teachers . The teachers are recruited by MP Government through MP Public Service Commission. There is one Ph.D. holder in the permanent faculty, two with M.Phil and rest of the teachers are with PG degree.

The Mahavidyalaya has principal in-charge at present (Male) and 14 lecturers including four female. Seven teaching positions are vacant now The teacher student ratio is 1: 49. The faculty development programme attended by the faculty amounted to 12 refresher courses and 08 orientation and 04 teachers attended seminar/conference at the national level. The college organized TQM workshop and offered 03 remedial programmes. The college has to evolve monitoring overall performance of the students in the college. Every teacher of the college submit self assessment report annually which is evaluated by the principal and DHE. The faculty also undertake 06 hours /week as additional administrative work in the Mahavidyalaya as reported.

CRITERION III : RESEARCH CONSULTANCY AND EXTENSION
The Mahavidyalaya has very little research activity/collaboration at the nation/international level. One permanent lecturer of the Mahavidyalaya is Ph. D. in Commerce and a temporary teacher in also a Ph.D. in Hindi. Ten teachers of the Mahavidyalaya availed Faculty Improvement Program of the UGC. There is no research project undertaken. Few teachers have presented research paper in seminars and no publication is reported. The college has no designated person for extension activities at present.

The college has NSS with 200 volunteers including 100 female, NCC with 52 male cadets only. As a part of NSS, students attended 24 regular extension programmes including sanitation, ward awareness, campus development and special camps to make extension services fruitful.

CRITERION IV : INFRASTRUCTURE AND LEARNING RESOURCES
The Mahavidyalaya has a campus in 15 acres with built in are of 870 sq meters. The existing building & infrastructure is not adequate to house the ongoing programme and to maintain the infrastructure, library and laboratories, the college is in receipt of grant in aid form MP government from time to time. The students of NSS,NCC help the administration in keeping the campus clean and pollution free. Class rooms, library, faculty rooms etc. require more space.

Partial automation with Soul software has been installed in the library. Library has 18242 books including 3540 text and 500 reference books. The Mahavidyalaya library has subscribed 100 magazines but no journals. There are 4000 books in Book bank also. The students are allowed to retain books for the examinations. The average number of books issued/ returned is 2000. The ratio of library books to the number of students enrolled is 1:18 1.5 percent of the total budget is available for library in the Mahavidyalaya. It remains open for 7 hours from 10 A.M. to 5 P.M. daily as reported in SSR. There is no facility for photocopying and clipping in the library. The computer laboratory has nine terminals at present.

The budget allotted for computers including current academic year is 250000. Rs 5.6 Lakhs have been spent on furniture and infrastructure. There is no residential facility for the employees in the college and no hostel for the students. It has no canteen facilities now. There is no play ground or other outdoor sports facilities at present.

CRITERION V : STUDENT SUPPORT AND PROGRESSION
There are 815 UG students including 439 female and 172 PG students including 82 female students in the Mahavidyalaya at present The record of progression of alumni is not available at present. The passing percentage for the batches in last five years is around 60 to 70 percent. The dropout rate is around 9 percent. 03 students of the college have Qualified SLET. The Mahavidyalaya publishes its prospectus containing information about it, number of seats available in various courses, procedures, rules and norms for admission, co-curricular activities & faculty profile. The SC/ST, OBC and physically handicapped students get State Govt. Scholarships(359), National scholarship from Central Government, freeships (455 girls are exempted from tuition fees) and financial aid from poor boys fund. The college has no placement cell nor a placement officer in the college. The College is yet to develop facility for student counseling.

In order to provide legal literacy to women the Mahavidyalaya organizes various talks by legal experts and women activists and the women development cell is yet to be established.

The Mahavidyalaya gives incentives to outstanding sports persons in the form of awards and prizes for their performance at inter college/inter university level. Outstanding sports persons are also compensated in their class attendance marks and remedial classes are provided by faculty in extra hours. Sports kit, 'Best Sportsman of the year' award is given for a student with best performance.

Students participation in extra-curricular and recreation activities such as NSS, NCC etc. are appreciable.

CRITERION VI : ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT
The Mahavidyalaya maintains teaching - non teaching ratio of 21:11. The Mahavidyalaya also have 10 non teaching and one technical assistant appointed on contract basis by 'Janbhagidari samiti' - a government sponsored system for local development of the college . The head of the Institution is directly appointed by the MP Government and so is other staff members. He as a leader of the college is responsible for formulation, communication and execution of the mission statement. The faculty and administrative staff work under his guidance. Almost all the members of the faculty are members of the one or other committees for the conduct of various curricular, extra curricular or co-curricular activities under the supervision and guidance of the principal. The faculty members are involved in decision making process at all stages. Work is being revised from time to time as situation demands. The college follows a well designed academic calendar. The Mahavidyalaya follows the guidelines given by Dr. Harisingh Gour University, Sagar and MP Government for all practical academic, non-academic purposes. The present principal is acting in charge.

For assessing the performance of faculty in terms of teaching and other contributions to the Mahavidyalaya, there is no system of academic audit. Feed back collected from the students, staff-appraisal as well as interaction with the Principal are some of the ways in which faculty is made aware of their performance and learning opportunities are identified.

The appraisal of the administrative staff is based on the feedback received from the faculty and students, monitoring of their work and initiatives taken by them. The college has quite a few welfare measures for the permanent teaching and non teaching staff such as housing loan, building and repairing advance, vehicle advance on the demand cum seniority basis as per MP Government rules.

The fee structure is determined by the Government of MP. And there is no increase in the fee for the last three years except laboratory and electricity fee. There is one self finance programme in Computer application started in 2006. Poor students are helped from poor boys fund and book bank. All the purchases in the Mahavidyalaya are made by the purchase committee on the basis of quotations, rate contract and tenders as per Government rules and norms.

CRITERION-VII : HEALTHY PRACTICES
To strengthen social, moral cultural and national values, the Mahavidyalaya is making sincere efforts through NCC, NSS.

The Mahavidyalaya is primarily concerned with teaching undergraduate and post graduate classes. There are no MoUs with industry/other agency, no Dept. of continuing education, no modules for value education as reported. The Mahavidyalaya has taken all necessary measures to make living and working cordial and education friendly with obvious limitations of Government colleges in MP. There is no mechanism for internal quality checks being adopted by the Mahavidyalaya which is still un-sensitized for latest managerial concepts such as strategic planning, team work, decision-making and computerization. Effort is yet to be made by the Mahavidyalaya to make the various administrative/academic services on the campus ICT- enabled and it follows traditional Government system in the college administration.

SECTION III : OVERALL ANALYSIS AND SUGGESTIONS
The Peer Team, after going through the self study report and after the review of various academic and physical facilities, appreciates functioning of the Government Junnardeo Mahavidyalaya Junnardeo in imparting higher education to the people of this backward and tribal area of Chhindwara District of MP. The peer team would like to commend the institution for the following aspects:

The Undergraduate and Postgraduate higher education facilities are provided in a backward tribal belt.

Equal opportunities are provided to all students for their overall development. And access to backward, tribal population is ensured.

NCC, NSS and other community oriented programmes are available to the students.
Book Bank facility is available to support backward tribal population.

SUGGESTIONS / RECOMMANDATIONS
The peer team offers following suggestions for the future development of the college:

Basic infrastructure facilities are to be provided such as space for class rooms, laboratories, library and playground which is visibly inadequate.

Keeping in view the need of the PG courses and the college being under staffed, permanent staff strength with subject specialization needs to be augmented .

The college must have central computer facility for the students and staff.

The college needs auditorium or a common assembly facility.

There is a strong case for hostels for Boys and Girls.

The college should seriously thing of introducing more self -financed courses.

The college may provide teachers with dustless chalks and white boards .

Local transport facility for students to be provided.

NCC for girls students to be started.

Library facility needs to be improved in terms of number of titles, books and journals, and also on-line journals. The college may have the INFLIBNET service for the benefit of students and staff.

The college may set up facility of language laboratory to develop communication skills of students. The college may go for Edusat and distant learning programmes of OU or IGNOU.

Faculty should pay more attention to research and consultancy. Teachers may be motivated to take up research projects from different funding agencies.

Efforts are to be initiated to develop more academic linkages with other institutions, research centers within the country.

The canteen facility may be provided with better amenities

Common recreation facility may be provided.

The college may be provided for its own health facility/ consulting doctor on call.

The college campus may be provided with boundary wall (fencing).

The college may establish the Internal Quality Assurance Cell to monitor and evaluate its programmes and activities.

Grievance Redressal Mechanism may be established.

The consultancy cell may be initiated.

The per team expresses appreciation and thanks to the teaching and non teaching staff, Principal, Steering Committee Coordinator, students, Alumni and parents for their valuable interaction. The peer team sincerely wish that the Government and all other agencies take active care and interest in the development of the college which caters to the needs of the marginalized and underprivileged tribal population.

Professor K. Kunhi Krishnan
(Chairman)

Professor M. M. Goel
(Member Convener)

Dr.M.S.Dadge
(Member)

Mr. P.C. Dusad
Principal-incharge

Place: Junnnardeo

Date: 17 March 2007

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