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Govt JNC Girls Degree College, Mandla, Madhya Pradesh


Govt JNC Girls Degree College, Mandla, Madhya Pradesh
Mandla (District Mandla)
Madhya Pradesh, India

Govt JNC Girls Degree College, Mandla Madhya Pradesh is a recognised institute / college. Status: Govt. Govt JNC Girls Degree College, Mandla Madhya Pradesh is also known as Govt Jagan nath Chaudhari Girls College.
Principal of Govt JNC Girls Degree College, Mandla Madhya Pradesh is DR. KALPANA SHASTRI (Mobile 9425484342).

Govt JNC Girls Degree College is situated in Mandla of Madhya Pradesh state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Mandla comes under Mandla Tehsil, Mandla District.

Residence Phone No(s) of concerned peron(s) of Govt JNC Girls Degree College, Mandla Madhya Pradesh is (are) : 07642-252535.

email ID(s) is Govt JNC Girls Degree College Mandla Madhya Pradesh

Contact Details of Govt JNC Girls Degree College, Mandla Madhya Pradesh are : 07642-251415, 252536


Govt JNC Girls Degree College, Mandla Madhya Pradesh runs course(s) in Degree stream(s).

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NAAC report of JMC Girls Degree College

The Government Jagannath Munnalal Choudhary Mahila Mahavidyalaya was founded by the Mandla College and Social Welfare Society, Mandla in 1969 and the same was taken over by the government of Madhya Pradesh on 9.8.1983. It is the only women's College in Mandla District and is affiliated to Rani Durgawati University, Jabalpur. The college has a campus area of 25958 sq.ft with a built-up area of 18599 sq.ft. and is located in an urban area.

The goals and objectives of the college are:

to provide higher education to women in order to elevate their status in the society;

to improve teaching learning process as well as to introduce measures to ensure quality improvement in women education;

to enable women to have an identity of their own by making them self-reliant and by helping them develop leadership qualities;

to ensure the participation of women in all creative activities in various sphere of life; and,

to inculcate in the students virtues like adherence to truth, accountability towards the society, confidence, courage and compassion for the fellow beings.

The college got UGC recognition under 2f in February, 1977. Currently, the college has a student strength of 521. All the students are from the local area. There are five permanent faculties consisting of four women and one male teacher. Of the six temporary lecturers, three are men. During 2005-06 the college worked for 239 days of which 180 days were earmarked for teaching. Against the sanctioned post of seven, five are currently filled up and two remain vacant. Similarly as against the 11 sanctioned non-teaching posts, the post of Head clerk remains vacant.

The college offers seven under graduate arts programmes with subject choices namely Hindi, English, Political Science, Economics, Sociology, History and Home Science. The Post graduate arts programmes are offer in Economics, Hindi, Sociology and History are offered. Both the programmes are offered under annual system. The college is yet to establish collaborative linkage with national or international institutions.

NAAC Peer team consisting of Prof. Naresh L Ved former Vice Chancellor of Bhavnagar University as Chairperson, members Dr.P.Sumangala, Rtd. Professor in Economics of the Gandhigram Rural University as Member Coordinator and Mrs. M M Marwein, Director, CDC of North Eastern Hill University, as member, visited the College on 12th and 13th of January 2007 verified the records, facilities and validated the report submitted by the college. Assessment report of the Peer-team is presented below.

Under UG programme, three options are available to students and are limited to arts subjects only. Under PG programme also there are four arts subject combinations. Flexibility relating to time-frame, horizontal mobility, elective options or non-core options is limited. The syllabi for the programmes are offered by the affiliating University. The teaching staff neither have any freedom to revise the syllabi nor have any direct access to the decision making bodies to suggest desired changes. The periodicity of revision of syllabi varies from 3 (Three) to 12 (Twelve) years. No new courses are introduced in recent years.

Students are selected for admission into various courses based on the guide lines prescribed by the affiliating University and also through interviews. Based on the university prospectus, teachers keep a Daily diary which contains the teaching schedule for the year. The teaching plans are monitored by monthly checking of the Daily diary and attendance register. For teaching, besides chalk and talk method, quiz and group discussions are used. Of the 320 working days, 180 are spent for teaching. Teachers are found to work 18 to 33 periods per week. As much as 75 percent of the classes are taught by full-time faculty. For the past two years, ratio of full-time teachers to part-time teachers (3:1) and also that of teaching staff to non-teaching staff during the same period (3:1) remain the same. Evaluation methods are communicated to students at the beginning of the year through prospectus and Sikshakh Abhibhavak Yogna. The college monitors the over all performance of students through test conducted periodically.

Teaching positions are created as per the rules of the Higher Education Department, Government of Madhya Pradesh and also as per the UGC norms. It is a college managed by the state government and through the Jan Bhagidari Samiti. It appoints and pays temporary staff as and when needed.

In the last two years three faculty members attended national level seminars/ conferences/ workshops. All the permanent Staff have under gone at least two Refresher and two Orientation programmes. The college is not able to encourage any research work by its staff. However, PG students have to do project work guided by faculty. No funded project works are done so far by any faculty. The college does not provide any financial support to research for staff or students. However study leave is granted for teachers to do research. The college is yet to follow self-appraisal method to evaluate performance of the faculty in teaching, research and also extension.

The college does not offer consultancy services. As extension activities only Shikshak Abhibhavak Yogna and Citizen Charter are implemented by the college.

There are seven class rooms, one administrative building, one well-equipped Central library, vehicle parking facility, sports-room, and also a recreation room for girls.

To augment the infrastructural facilities to keep pace with academic growth, the college prepares annual development plans. The funds for the same are met by Jila Sarkar. The infrastructure facilities of the college are maintained out of the funds sanctioned by the Public Participation Committee of the college. The Development and Verification Committee ensures optimum utilization of its infrastructure facilities. The college does not encourage use of the academic facilities by external agencies. The college campus is kept beautiful and pollution-free.

The management of the library is assisted by an Advisory Committee. Book Bank facility exists in the Central library. There are no separate departmental libraries.

Computerization of the library activities are in progress. In the last two years, 1697 new books were purchased and added to the existing stock of 15,779 books in the library. Except one Xerox machine and also one computer, other equipments like Audio & Video cassettes and internet faculties are not available. The library functions on all working days from 10.30 AM to 5.30 PM. Besides lending of books, journals, common periodicals, news paper etc., short-range reference services are provided to all the teachers, research scholars and serious readers.

The college has a Central computer facility with two computers and they are accessible to staff and students on all working days. Since the last three years, through D.C.A and PGDCA courses students are given training in computer operation. The computers are maintained by trained staff of the project namely 'Gyanoday'.

The students do not have health centre services, canteen facility, co-operative store, banking or STD and Local telephone call facilities.

The Physical Education department has one Sports Officer. There are facilities to play Volley ball, Badminton, Kabaddi, Kho-Kho, and Athletics. For Carrom, Table Tennis and Chess indoor facilities exist. The Sports Committee of the college helps the department to plan and carry out sports and games events. During 2003-04, five students had participated at the district level and two have participated at the university level. Similarly in Badminton, four students participated at the district and one at inter-university level.

The college provides advanced information on academic programmes in the form of prospectus to students at the beginning of each academic year. Different types of government scholarships like Merit scholarship, Post-matric scholarship for ST/SC and Village-girl scholarship etc. are made available to the students. The Sports Officer promotes sports and games activities of the students. The management gives special consideration to accommodate deserving but economically disadvantaged students by seeking financial assistance from potential sources. Considering the adverse family background of the students, the drop out rate is kept at the minimum level. A Students Union functions wherein many get opportunities to develop their leadership abilities.

The college is owned and managed by the state government. The principal with the help of ministerial staff carries out the day to day management smoothly. Decentralized decision making is done through the formation and functioning of different Committees i.e. discipline committee, development committee, library committee etc. in which all the teachers get opportunity to participate in the management.

The funds received from the state government and also the UGC are effectively spent and annual auditing is regularly carried out. Accounts are kept up to date. An Internal Quality Assurance Cell is very recently formed to improve the quality of overall management. The teaching and non teaching staff enjoy all the welfare measures provided by the state government. The faculty could mobilize Rs. 25 lakhs from the state government to construct additional class rooms which are nearing completion.

The faculty tries to perpetuate the healthy academic traditions set forth by their visionary predecessors. A close team work ambience is found among the teaching and non-teaching staff. Teachers voluntarily share administrative work. They also maintain close rapport among themselves and also with the students. Thus student's grievances are kept at the minimum level. There is a vibrant sports department headed by a qualified Sports Officer who takes earnest effort to enable students to achieve laurels at the regional and national level competitions in Kabaddi and Cross-country race. The college regularly conducts extra - curricular activities on days of national importance by organizing special lectures delivered by eminent personalities, organizing competition in quiz, poetry writing, flower arrangement, bridal make-up, and other similar activities. Some teachers buy subject related magazines and journals from their personal money to make them accessible to students.

After making a thorough analysis of the activities of the college, the Peer-Team records the following commendations.

Inspite of the various constraints faced by the college, it could constantly achieve very good results in the university examinations. One student could get first class first rank in Sociology in the year 2004-05.

Initiation of library work computerization

More tribal girls students are enabled to acquire higher education and position in the main stream of the society.

Proactive role played by the Public Participation Committee in smooth functioning of the college.

Efforts of the faculty to nurture academic ambience in the college campus.

Interest shown by a few faculty members in writing and publishing books and research articles.

The posts of principal and that of Head-Clerk may be filled in at the earliest to enhance the quality of management.

The practice of appointing principals for very short periods ranging from 3 (Three) months to 3 (Three) years may be discouraged and the tenure of Principal may be fixed for a longer period of 5(Five) years to ensure stability in the development of the college.

More permanent teachers may be appointed to fulfill the UGC guidelines on workload and also to enable teachers to pursue research and extension activities.

More short-term and job oriented courses like Fashion Designing, computer education etc. may be started to open up more employment opportunities.

More facilities like computers may be made available to the staff to undertake innovative and modern teaching-learning methods.

To enhance financial position, the college may take steps for recognition by the UGC under 12(B).

The faculty may be motivated to take advantage of the various schemes offered by the UGC and other agencies to conduct Bridge or Remedial courses for the educationally disadvantaged students.

Besides reviving the NSS which stands suspended for want of staff, more extra-curricular activities may be initiated.

Networking with external agencies - both governmental, non-governmental and communities may be encouraged for collaborative and extension activities.

Infrastructure facilities like canteen with adequate space, health centre, telephone booth, cooperative stationary store, hostel and more space in the library reading room, additional computers with internet facilities etc. call for immediate attention of the authorities.

Presence of Parent Teacher association, Alumni association, subject wise clubs/association can facilitate more commitment by the stake holders in the overall development of the college.

Formation of Grievances Redressal Cell, Career Council cell and also Placement Cell may be taken up at the earliest.

The Peer Team wishes that this college primarily catering to the academic needs of the socially and economically disadvantaged girl students may grow from strength to strength and achieve the goal of excellence in due course.

Name of the chairperson : Dr. N.L.Ved

Name of the Member Coordinator : Dr.P.Sumangala

Name of the Member : Mrs. M M Marwein

Dr. M. Guru
I/C Principal

Date: 13th January 2007

Place: Mandla, Madhya Pradesh.

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