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Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapith, New Delhi, Delhi
Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapith, New Delhi, Delhi
Address:Qutub Institutional Area,
Katwaria Sarai, New Mehrauli
New Delhi (District New Delhi)
Delhi, IndiaPin Code : 110016
Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapith, New Delhi Delhi is a University recognised by UGC. Status: Deemed University.
Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapith, New Delhi Delhi was established on / in 16.11.1987.
Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapith, New Delhi Delhi is situated in New Delhi of Delhi state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. New Delhi comes under New Delhi Tehsil, New Delhi District.
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* Faculty of Veda - Vedanga
* Faculty of Darshan
* Faculty of Sahitya and Sanskriti
* Faculty of Adhunika Jnana and Vijnana
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The Akhil Bharatiya Sanskrit Sahitya Sammelan established a Sanskrit Vidyapeetha at Delhi on the auspicious day of Vijaya Dashmi on the 8th of October 1962 and appointed Dr.Mandan Mishra as the officer on-Special-Duty and the Director of the Vidyapeetha. In accordance with the decision of the Sammelan, a separate Society under the name of Akhil Bharatiya Sanskrit Vidyapeetha was established with the late Prime Minister Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri as its Founder President. The inspiration and guidance of Late Shri Shastriji had been the impetus for the development of this Vidyapeetha. Shastriji in his capacity as the Prime Minister of India declared to develop this Vidyapeetha as an International Institution.
After the death of Shastriji, the Late Prime Minister Smt. Indira Gandhi accepted the Presidentship of the Vidyapeetha and declared on the 2nd October 1966 that the Vidyapeetha would henceforth be known as Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeetha. On 1st April, 1967, the Vidyapeetha was taken over by the Government of India and on the 21st December 1970, it became a constituent of the Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan, a registered autonomous Society and was named as Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri Kendriya Sanskrit Vidyapeetha.
Impressed by its performance and the all round developments, the Government of India, in March 1983 mooted a proposal to confer the status of Deemed to be University on this Vidyapeetha along with the Kendriya Sanskrit Vidyapeetha, Tirupati. Finally, after the necessary inspection and other formalities, the Government of India on the recommendations of the University Grants Commision, granted the status of a Deemed to be University to the Vidyapeetha in November 1987.
Prior to this, on the recommendation of the University Grants Commision, a Society, independent of the Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan was registered under the Chairmanship of the former Human & Resource Minister, Hon'ble Shri P.V. Narasimha Rao in the name of Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeetha on the 20th January 1987. In 1989 Dr.Mandan Mishra was appointed as the first Vice-Chancellor of the Vidyapeetha.
After the formal transfer of the movable and immovable properties followed by the transfer of the teaching and non-teaching staff, the Vidyapeetha became fully functional with effect from the 1st November 1991 as a Deemed to be University.
During the last thirty-eight years, the Vidyapeetha has received the attention of great personalities, leaders, members of parliament, and legislative assemblies, industrialists and the general public as one of the leading institutions which stands out and out for the cause of Sanskrit literature and language. By organising 320 functions, coupled with several publications in the news papers and other means of communication, the Vidyapeetha has reached the expectations of the people in establishing the glory of the Sanskrit language. This has resulted in creating a general awareness which encouraged many volunteers to come forward to work in this direction. It is indeed a great pleasure that being attracted by the achievements of the erstwhile Vidyapeetha, our dynamic leader, the former Prime Minister Mrs. Indira Gandhi in her message hailed the contributions made by the Vidyapeetha in the field of Research and Publications and also the role of Vidyapeetha in the cultural awakening.
A special convocation of this Deemed to be University was organised on the 3rd of December,1993 at Rashtrapati Bhawan in which Honoris causa of the University was conferred on Dr. Shankar Dayal Sharma, the Hon'ble President of India. The first convocation of the University was held on February 15, 1994 in the premises of the Vidyapeetha. In this occasion the Hon'ble President Dr. Shankar Dayal Sharma delivered his convocation address. The second, third, fourth, fifth and sixth convocations of the Vidyapeetha were held on the 11th January 1996, 11th January 1999, 11th February 2000. 28th February 2001. The Sixth Convocation of the Vidyapeetha was held on the February 18, 2002. on the auspicious day of Vasanta Panchami and on this occasion, Prof. Hari Gautam, Chairman of the University Grants Commission delivered his convocation address respectively on 11th November, 2003, the Seventh Convocation of the Vidyapeetha was held. Prof. Ramaranjan Mukherjee former Chancellor of Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeetha, Tirupati delivered the convocation address on this occasion. After completing the tenure of ten years of his dedicated service, Prof. Vachaspati Upadhyaya, was appointed third time as the Vice-Chancellor of the Vidyapeetha by the Govt. of India on the15th of November 2004 under whose able guidance this Vidyapeetha has successfully been advancing well with courses specially suited to the national and the social needs of the country by fulfilling its aims and objectives.
The working of the Vidyapeeth was applauded by the Xth five year Plan Review Committee constituted by the U.G.C. which has appreciated its performance and progress in the following words:-
"The working of the university is in general commendable. The teaching faculty is academically sound and is actively engaged in imparting knowledge. The students also are actively participating in the processing of learning. Supporting theoretical knowledge with practical observations and experimentations with the use of observatory and similar other devices is one of the distinct features of education in this university. The publications of the university also represent the substantial research activity going on in the campus. Lack of space for conducting classes is one of the major problems faced by the teachers in this university. The academic block under construction can, however, solve the problem to some extent. "
Shri Lal Bhadhur Shastri Rastriya Sanskrit Vidyapeeth is a Deemed to be University, which comprises four faculties: -
Faculty of Veda - Vedanga
Faculty of Darshan
Faculty of Sahitya and Sanskriti
Faculty of Adhunika Jnana and Vijnana
The first three faculties provide study and the teaching facilities with a view to obtaining degrees of three-year courses of Shastri, Shastri (Hons) and the two-year course of Acharya in different disciplines of the Sanskrit studies. The faculty of Adhunika Gyan Vigyan provides the teaching facilities for completion of one year teacher- training course called Shiksha Shastri and one year course for advanced study in Shiksha Shastra called Shikshacharya. The research scholars who are keen on pursuing the research work in different branches of Sanskrit learning, can join any of the above mentioned faculties. There is an independent department of Research & Publication in the Vidyapeetha that brings publications written by many reputed scholars of the country. It also brings out a research journal Shodha - Prabha which has its own standing. Since the session 1994-95, the Vidyapeetha has been successfully organising Vocational courses in Sanskrit, Hindi, Computer Application along with Shastri courses of study. Besides, different certificate courses are also being organised by the Vidyapeetha. The Vidyapeeth has been progressing ahead under the able guidance and dynamic Leadership of its Vice Chancellor, Prof. Vachaspati Upadhyaya and the Chancellor Justice P.N. Bhagwati
The objectives for which the Vidyapeetha is established are: -
1. To preserve Shastraic tradition
2. To undertake interpretation of the Shastras
3. To establish their relevance to the problems in the modern context
4. To provide means for intensive training in modern as well as Shastraic lore for teachers
5. To achieve excellence in these disciplines so that the Vidyapeetha has a distinctive character of its own
6. In pursuance of the above objectives the Vidyapeetha shall
* Impart instruction in traditional Sanskrit lore with special attention to highly specialised branches
* Provide means for the training of Sanskrit teachers and to conduct research in pedagogical aspects of Sanskrit education
* Provide facilities for the study of such languages and literatures of Asia as have a bearing on Sanskrit studies such as Pali, Iranian, Tibetan, Mongolian, Chinese, Japanese etc.,
* Prescribe syllabus for various courses with special emphasis on Indian culture and values and conduct examinations in Sanskrit and allied disciplines
* Publish literature and develop print and non-print materials in and about Sanskrit including original texts, commentaries and translations
* Arrange for publication of research findings, journals a nd aids to research such as indices, digests and bibliographical materials
* Collect, preserve and publish manuscripts and to build up a Rashtriya Sanskrit Pustakalaya and Sangrahalaya and to provide means for training in Manuscriptology specifically in scripts used for Sanskrit manuscripts
* Provide means for education in modern disciplines needed for meaningful interpretation of original Sanskrit texts including technical literature in Sanskrit
* Promote inter-action between modern and traditional scholars for mutual enrichment
* Organise shastra parishads, seminars conferences and workshops
* Recognise degrees, diplomas and certificates of other educational bodies, institutes as equivalent to those of the Vidyapeetha
* Establish faculties and constitute such boards and committees as may be necessary for the fulfillment of the objectives of the Vidyapeetha
* Institute and award fellowships, scholarships, prizes and medals in accordance with the rules and bye-laws adopted from time to time
* Subscribe and become a member or participate in and cooperate with any other association, society or institution having wholly or partly similar objectives as those of the Vidyapeetha and
* Undertake all such activities incidental, necessary or conducive to the attainment of all or any of the objectives of the Vidyapeetha.
The Library is intended for educational purpose, which shall be an abode of knowledge to be named as Maha Mahopadhyaya Padam Shri Dr. Mandan Mishra Granthalaya. The Library has rich collection of Sanskrit Books viz. Philosophy, Sanskrit Literature, Epics, Vyakarana, Dharmashastra, Astrology, etc. The Library has an informative collection to quench the quests and to supplement the educational, knowledge needs of the students, researchers and members of the faculty.
The Vidyapeetha library is housed in a commodious building having a total floor area of 586 sqm. on the ground and first floors with 290 sqm. of stocking accommodation. It has about 63926 books of various subjects of learning. In view of the current requirements, 35 journals are subscribed by the library. The library also provides Book Bank facility to the needy students. By the year 2003-2004 the Book Bank had a collection of 4550 books. Seats have been earmarked to facilitate undisturbed and effective use of the library.
Library Committee :
The following are some of the reasons why a library committee is needed:
* Serves as a buffer agency between the library authority and the librarian
* Serves as an interpreter of the requirements of the library to the community and authorities and to plead for more funds
* Assesses the financial support required by the library as per the library standards
* Extends support to the librarian to defend important decisions having implication to the users
* Ensures better understanding between the library policy and users
* Gives suggestions for the improvement
Functions of a library committee :
* Formulate library policies and objectives
* Plan overall development programmes and activities
* Compile and review the rules and regulations relating to the best use of library resources
* Lay down the policy of weeding of documents
* Approve the recommendations of the Librarian on the Staff requirements and appointments
* Keep a watch over the implementation of Library Policy by Library Staff
* Ensure preparation of annual and statistical reports
* Appoint sub committees on book purchase, staff recruitments and financial provision etc
Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeeth, located in Delhi, is a deemed to be University offering higher education at the national level. Prime objective of the University is to provide facilities for the study of such languages and literature of Asia that have a bearing on Sanskrit studies viz. Pali, Iranian, Tibetan, Mongolian, Chinese, Japanese etc.
Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeeth has established four faculties that offer courses at undergraduate, postgraduate and doctorate level. The first three faculties of the University (mentioned under Faculties/Departments) provide study and teaching facilities for a degree course of three-year duration viz. Shastri, Shastri (Hons) and the two-year course of Acharya in different disciplines of Sanskrit studies. Teaching facility for completion of one year teacher- training course called Shiksha Shastri and one year course for advanced study in Shiksha Shastra called Shikshacharya is provided by the faculty of Adhunika Gyan Vigyan. All the four faculties of the Vidyapeeth provide research facilities for the research scholars who are keen on pursuing the research work in different branches of Sanskrit learning. Apart from these faculties, the Vidyapeeth has also developed an independent department of Research & Publication that brings out the writings of many reputed scholars of the country. It has been organizing vocational courses in Sanskrit, Hindi and Computer Application along with Shastri courses of study. Besides all this, the Vidyapeetha organizes several certificate courses as well.
The University provides fooding and lodging facility to the regular students of the Vidyapeeth hailing from other states of the country and from abroad. The University library is housed in a spacious building accommodating a vast collection of books on various subjects of learning and journals. There is a guest house catering to the accommodation needs of national and international delegates/members visiting the university for academic and research activities. A Yajnashala has also been constructed in the Vidyapeetha where diploma and training courses for the seekers are organized.
Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri Kendriya Sanskrit Vidyapeetha was granted the status of a deemed to be University in November 1987. The university has evolved out of an institute namely the Akhil Bharatiya Sanskrit Sahitya Sammelan established on the 8th of October 1962.
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NAAC report of Lal Bahadur Shastri Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeetha, Department of Shiksha ShastraSECTION - I
Department of Shiksha Shastra, Lal Bahadur Shastri Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeetha, New Delhi volunteered to be assessed by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) and submitted Self- Appraisal Report (SAR) on 29 - 1 - 2007. A Peer Team was constituted by NAAC to visit the Institute and Validate the SAR. The Peer Team consisting of Dr. D.N.Sansanwal, Director and Dean, Institute of Education, Devi Ahilya University, Indore as Chairman and Professor Asha Pandey, Faculty of Education, Banaras Hindu University, Kamachha, Varanasi as Member visited Department of Shiksha Shastra, Lal Bahadur Shastri Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeetha, New Nelhi for two days on 24 - 25 March, 2007.
The Akhil Bahratiya Sanskrit Sahitya Sammelan established a Sanskrit Vidyapeetha at Delhi on 8th October, 1962. Dr. Mandan Mishra was appointed as the Officer on special Duty and the founder Director. The inspiration and guidance of late Shri Lal Bahadur Shashtri has been the impetus for the development of this Vidyapeetha on 1st april, 1976. The Vidyapeetha was taken over by the Government of India and on 21st December 1970, it became a constituent part of Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan, an autonomus body under MHRD, New Delhi. In token recognition of its performance, and the all round development, in November, 1987, the Government of India conferred the status of Vidyapeetha to be Deemed University and it became fully functional with effect from November, 1991.
Department of Shiksha Shastra is the constituent part of Vidyapeetha. Department of Shiksha Shastra was established on 16th November, 1987 in Faculty of Adhunic Gyan Vigyan of Shri Lal Bahadur Shashtri Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeeth. The University is spread over 11.5 acres of a well maintained campus in the prime Qutub Institutional Area of New Delhi having a large track of greeneries all around. The Vidyapeeth was established with distinct objectives to preserve Shashtric traditions to interpret Shashtras with relevance to modern contexts and to impart intensive training to the teachers for this purpose. The performance of the Vidyapeeth, as a whole, was highly appreciated by the X Five Year Plan Review Committee constituted by the U.G.C.
Department of Shiksha Shastra, Lal Bahadur Shastri Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeetha, New Delhi was granted recognition by the NCTE for conducting One Year B.Ed. Programme with an intake of 180 students vide its' Order No. NCTE / NRC / F-3DL- 65 / 98 / 4311-4313 dated 11 - 8 - 1998. The NCTE also granted recognition to the Department of Shiksha Shastra for conducting one year M.Ed. Programme with an intake of 25 students vide its' Order No. F.NR / NCTE / F3 / DH-309 / 2004 / 9065 dated 16 - 08 - 2006. It receives funds from the UGC and Central Government through Ministry of Human Resource Development, New Delhi. Department of Shiksha Shastra has got recognition under section 2 (f) and 12 (B) of UGC Act. Vide letter D.O. No. F 2 - 5 / 2002 (X Plan) dated 20 June 2003.
The Peer Team carefully analyzed the SAR submitted by the Department of Shiksha Shastra and went through the relevant documents made available by the Department. During the visit, the Peer Team visited all the units of the institution that included academic, administration, library, guest house and hostel. Separate meetings were held with the Vice-Chancellor, Executive Council, Staff, Students, Support Staff, Parents and Alumni of Department of Shiksha Shastra. Based upon the information and feedback from these meetings and the criteria identified by NAAC, the Peer Team assessed Department of Shiksha Shastra, Lal Bahadur Shastri Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeetha, New Delhi. The report is being presented under six criteria on the basis of site validation by the Peer Team and suggestions given by Staff, Students, Parents and Alumni to Peer Team for its improvement.
SECTION - II
CRITERION WISE REPORT
CRITERION I: CURRICULAR DESIGN AND PLANNING
Department of Shiksha Shastra, Lal Bahadur Shastri Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeetha, New Delhi was started with a Vision to develop in students the Competence, Commitment and Confidence, and to rejuvenate the declining interests of the new generation in Indian wisdom from where the cultural decadency of our today's society has taken place.
To realize the Vision the Department of Shiksha shastra has also stated the Objectives.
These are as given below:
To promote the excellence in the domain of Sanskrit pedagogy by ensuring high level, technological based, value oriented competent teacher to for managing Sanskrit teaching in schools.
To strive for the integration of technology, system and pedagogic inputs for ensuring quality teaching and learning and a gradual shift through e-learning, Edusat, and other emerging technologies of 21st entury.
To encourage quality of research related to Sanskrit Pedagogy with focus on IT / ET and value orientation.
Since this body of knowledge is stored in Sanskrit literatures, grooming the present-days students in Sanskrit language along with the value system, spirituality and other stream of thoughts, assimilated in this language, became the prime focus of every faculty in this institution with an important objective to create the cultural ambassadors of India. In order to fulfill this goal, the department of Shiksha Shastra includes in its curriculum the main organs of Sanskrit such as Sahitya, Vyakaran, Jyotish, Ved, Karmakand, Yoga and History and Philosophy of Ancient Indian Education, which gives this course a distinct status amongst B.Ed. courses run in the university and college systems in India. Despite this added specialty, the curriculum takes care of the essential and important aspects of the concepts, theories and practice of educational methods needed for a B.Ed. programme, including Microteaching and Educational Technology Environment Education, Adult and Continuing Education, Physical Education and Computer courses are also incorporated to make the students a good teacher in the time to come.
Department of Shiksha Shastra is the constituent part of Lal Bahadur Shastri Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeetha, New Delhi. This department is one of the prime centres for preparation of Sanskrit teachers in particular and Teacher Educators in general. It undertakes programmes for the promotion of Sanskrit language. The department offers Shiksha Shashtri (B.Ed.), Shiksha Acharya (M.Ed.), courses along with Vidya Varidhi (Ph.D.) programme. The Department follows the Annual Examination system. The department does not obtain feedback on different curricular aspects from the students, Alumni, and Academic Peers. The informal feedback is taken from Head of practice teaching schools. The department does not have any faculty exchange or visiting faculty programme. Three of the faculty members of this department are the members of Board of Studies in education. The last revised curriculum of B.Ed. curriculum was introduced in 2003 -04 academic session and M.Ed. in 2005 - 06 academic session. Once various committees of the University approve the new programme, the Department of Shiksha Shastra takes about six months in implementing it. The Department has introduced ICT as an optional subject at B.Ed. level. The ICT course should also be introduced at M.Ed. level. This is just to keep pace with the latest available technology. The institution must encourage the faculty members to prepare the course outlines.
CRITERION II: CURRICULUM TRANSACTION AND EVALUATION
The Department of Shiksha Shastra admits 180 students at B.Ed. level and 25 students at M.Ed. level. The admission is made on the basis of national level entrance test conducted by the Vidyapeetha. The entrance test conducted for admitting students in B.Ed. Programme contains items related to General Awareness, Sanskrit Grammar, Mental Ability and Teaching Aptitude. On the other hand, the entrance test conducted for admitting students in M.Ed. Programme contains items related to B.Ed. syllabus. The eligibility criteria for M.Ed. programme is graduation with Sanskrit or Shastri and B.ed. or Shiksha Shastri with minimum 50 % marks. The reservation in both the programmes is as per Government of India. The reservation for SC, ST, Handicapped, Participants of National and State level Games, Vidyapeeth Employee and Vidyapeetha ACharya are
15 %, 7.50 %, 3 %, 2 %, 2% and 20% respectively. Thus seats for general candidates are only 50.5%.
The admission procedure is totally controlled by Lal Bahadur Shastri Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeetha, New Delhi. The University publishes the admission notice. The University conducts the entrance test and publishes the merit list category -wise. The whole process and procedure of admission is objective and transparent. For admission into Ph.D. Programme, national level test is conducted by Lal Bahadur Shastri Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeetha, New Delhi. This test has two parts. Part - I is compulsory for all and it contains objective type related to different aspects of Sanskrit. The Part - II is optional and it is related to the area of specialization. The total working days are 210. Out of which 180 days are teaching days, pre-practice teaching days are 10 and practice teaching days are 40. The practice teaching is not done on Saturday, Sunday and holidays. The remaining days are for admission, annual examination, and cultural programmes etc. Although the curriculum has been revised recently, yet there is a need to upgrade both the B.Ed. and M.Ed. curriculum by incorporating the UGC suggested curriculum as well as by taking into account the NCTE suggestions. The university must make ICT as a compulsory paper both at B.Ed. and M.Ed level.
At B.Ed. level, according to the curriculum, each student has to take seven papers. Out of which four papers are Core Papers. The Core Papers are: Education in Emerging Modern Indian Society, Educational Psychology, Educational Technology and Action Research, and Sanskrit Bhasha Shikshan. The fifth paper is of Contents - cum - Methodology. It comprises of two parts. Part - A Shastra Shisksha. Each student has to select any one of the following: Sahitya, Jyotisha, Darshan, Vyakaran, Ved, and Karmakanda. Part - B is Modern Teaching Subjects. Each student has to select any one of the following: Hindi, Social Studies, Mathematics, English and Economics. The sixth paper also has two parts. Part - A is titled as Educational Measurement and Evaluation while Part - B is Educational Management. Paper seventh is again in two parts. Part - A is compulsory and titled as Contemporary Problems of Education. The part - B is optional. The students have to select any one of the following: (1) Population Education, (2) Adult &Continuing Education, (3) Educational and Vocational Guidance, (4) Physical Education, (5) Computer Education. Each theory paper is of 100 marks. Thus, theory papers are of 700 marks.
Teaching Practice consists of 300 marks. Out of 300 marks, External Evaluation is for 200 marks and Internal Evaluation for 100 marks. Sessional Works is of 100 marks. Out of 100 marks, Compulsory Activities (eight) are of 80 marks and Optional Activities (two) are of 20 marks. The Compulsory Activities are: (1) Microteaching, (2) Construction and use of audio-visual aids, (3) Educational Tour, (4) Scouting and Guiding, (5) Co-curricular activities/ Quiz/ Sanskrit Sambashan/ Debate, (6) Psychological Test (Intelligence, Achievement and Personality), (7) First-aid, and (8) Games (Wrestling, Athletics, Badminton, Football, Table Tennis etc.). The Optional Activities are 8. Each student has to take any two of the following: (1) Time-Table Construction, (2) Preparation of Cumulative Record, (3) Test Construction of Question Papers or Content Analysis, (4) Maintenance of Register Record / Case Study, (5) Action Research Projects on Classroom Problems, (6) Campaign Programme, (7) Community Work, and (8) Use of Library Resources (Listing, Classification, Use Reference Books). The department does not provide any paper related to Work Experience.
During practice teaching the number of lessons delivered is 40. Out of 40 lessons, 20 lessons are given compulsorily by all students in the teaching of Sanskrit. On the other hand, the remaining 20 lessons are given in any one of the following: Hindi, English, Social Science, Economics and mathematics. Each lesson prepared by the students is not checked by the faculty members. Further, about 80% of the lessons are observed by the faculty members of the Department. The college should give training in Models of Teaching also. The Micro-Teaching should be made compulsory. The microteaching skills and number of lessons per skill should be increased. During Practice Teaching, each M.Ed. student is asked to observe about 20% of the lessons given by B.Ed. students. For each student 75% attendance is compulsory. The medium of instruction at B.Ed level is Hindi and Sanskrit only for teaching of Sanskrit. The students are not given training in the use of computer.
At M.Ed. level four papers are Compulsory. These are: Philosophical & Sociological Foundation of Education, Psychological Foundations of Education, Educational Research and Statistics, Basics of Curriculum, Counseling and Comparative Education Two Optional papers are to be opted by each student. The Optional papers are: (1) Teacher Education; (2) Educational Management; (3) Educational Technology; (4) Educational Measurement and Evaluation; (5) Curriculum Development; (6) Yoga Education; (7) Distance Education; (8) Comparative Education; (9) Language Education; (10) History & Philosophy of Ancient Indian Education and (11) Value and Human Right Education. In addition to it, each student has to do a dissertation. Lastly, each student has to do sessional work. The sessional work comprises of Seminar, Observation of Lesson Plans of B.Ed. Students and Assignments in each theory paper. Each theory paper is of 100 marks. The Dissertation including viva-voce and sessional work are of 100 marks each. The total marks are 800. For each student 75% attendance is compulsory. The medium of instruction at M.Ed level is Hindi only.
During teaching at B.Ed. and M.Ed. levels, the faculty members use mostly Lecture Method, and Discussion Method. The teachers sometimes use teaching aids like, OHP, and Power Point Presentation to create effective and motivating environment for the transaction of theory. Academic calendar of various activities is prepared in the beginning of academic session but not given to the students of B.Ed. and M.Ed. classes. The morning assembly is organized every day where students do prayer, chanting of mantras and doing shanti path.
For observing lessons, an observation proforma has been prepared by the faculty members of the department. The same proforma is to be used by the B.Ed. during peers' observation. This is not technically correct. The faculty members should develop another proforma for Peer's observation. No objective criteria / format have been developed for monitoring the performance of students. It should be developed to ensure objectivity and accountability on the part of teacher educators.
The college has only five computers with Internet connection. These are available in Educational Technology Laboratory. The existing number of computers for a batch of 180 B.Ed. students and 25 M.Ed. students is at present inadequate, a few more computers should be acquired by the Department. The common facility of the Lal Bahadur Shastri Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeetha, New Delhi is being used for teaching optional paper of Computer.
CRITERION III: RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT & EXTENSION
As per NCTE Norms, there should be one Head of Department of Shiksha Shastra and 20 teaching staff members. The Department has One Head and 16 teaching staff members. In addition to it, there is one Lecturer in physical Education and another in Computers. The appointed lecturers may be encouraged to acquire NCTE and UGC, New Delhi prescribed qualification. Most of the faculty members have published papers, attended conferences and seminars and became life member of some of the academic associations.
Some of them are supervising research work at Ph.D level. They should be given training in the use of INTERNET and some of the e - journals should be subscribed by the Department or central library. The Ph.D. thesis is being written in Sanskrit. Not many Teacher Educators are available who can evaluate the thesis written in Sanskrit. While going through the Ph. D. thesis made available to the members, it was observed that the titles and foot notes are written in English. In order to use expertise for the evaluation of Ph.D. thesis it is suggested to think once again about the medium in which it is to be written. For the benefit of majority of people, at least the abstract should be written in both Hindi and English and incorporated with the main body of the thesis. Majority of faculty members have attended Orientation and Refresher Courses conducted by Academic Staff Colleges. More faculty development programmes should be organized from time to time for the benefit of staff members. It will enhance the quality of the teaching and training.
CRITERION IV: INFRASTRUCTURE AND LEARNING RESOURCES
The Department of Shiksha Shastra has shifted to the new building. There are four classrooms, one staff room, one office room, and one Head's room. Besides the Department building, there is a common hostel only for boys. Only 10 seats are reserved for B.Ed. students and two seats for M.Ed. Two B.Ed students are accommodated in one room and one M.Ed. student is accommodated in one room. Each student is given independent one table, chair and cupboard. The limited residential quarters are available both for teaching and non teaching staff members. The Department has Language, Social Studies, Educational Technology cum Computer, and Psychology laboratories. The Language Laboratory is not well equipped but it just has one tape recorder and a few CDs. It reflects that the department does not have proper concept of Language laboratory. The Social Studies laboratory has one Globe, maps and charts. These have been recently purchased. The Educational Technology cum Computer laboratory has one TV, one VCD, one LCD projector cum OHP, four OHPs, one PAS and five computers. On each computer terminal, Internet facility is available. There are 90 psychological tests in Psychological laboratory.
In the hostel, each student pays Rs.3000=00 for both boarding including caution money of Rs. 1000=00. Rs. 900=00 per month are mess charges. The mess is managed by the committee of students. This committee is change every month. The bathrooms are clean. There is proper ventilation and lightning. Furniture provided to the hostel inmates is of good quality. There is good security in hostel. There is a demand for girls' hostel. The university should take immediate steps to construct girls' hostel.
There is a central library. The library is under computerization. It has about 6000 books. Six educational journals are subscribed in the library. This library is jointly shared by all students of the Vidyapeetha and college teachers. There is adequate space for self reading. There is an open shelf system. It is good. Two books are issued for each B.Ed. and three books for each M.Ed. student for two weeks. The library timings on working days are from 9.30 AM to 6.00PM. On Saturday only reading room is opened from 10.00 AM to 1.00 PM. It is closed on Sunday. The Internet facility is available in the library but it is not made open to students.. There is facility of photocopier. Per page Rs 0.50 is charged. There is proper light and ventilation. There is no librarian but only assistant librarian is available. The library should be opened on Saturday as well as Sunday and holidays. The timings also should be increased.
CRITERION V: STUDENT SUPPORT AND PROGRESSION
Normally, all B.Ed. and M.Ed. students joining the Department complete the programme. The pass percentage is about 100%. Majority of M.Ed students get first division while in B.Ed. about 50 % students get first division. The Alumni Association has not been formed. Only 3 Alumni attended the meeting. No parent attended the meeting. There is a Government scholarship for SC and ST students and also scholarship for meritorious students. Students are satisfied with the quality of guidance and counseling given by the teacher educators. The department does not have a placement cell. There is a need to have such a cell. There is no suggestion box but there is a grievance redressal cell. The department publishes its magazine regularly. The updated prospectus is also published yearly. It is made available to all students. Although, there is no formal placement cell but the department has collected information about the employment status of its' students and it is reported that almost 80% of B.Ed. students have joined schools as teachers and 100% M.Ed. students get job immediately after the result is declared.
CRITERION VI: ORGANISATION AND MANAGEMENT
The Department of Shiksha Shastra is managed within the administrative frame of Vidyapeeth whose functions are monitored, supervised and directed by Shiksha Parishad, Karya Parishad, Vidwat Parishad, Vitta Samiti, Yojana Evam Anushashan Mandal, Vimarsh Samiti and Chhatra Paramarsh Parishad. The departmental level administration is managed by various committees such as Board of Studies, Admission Committee, Publication Committee, Disciplinary Committee, Time-Table Committee etc.
The faculty members should be provided with the individual rooms. There should be common room for boys and girls. The evaluation of teachers should be made by he students. On the basis of it the feedback may be given to the faculty members. It will go a long way in improving the quality of teaching. The faculty members are encouraged to participate in seminars, conferences, work shops and other academic activities which are good tools for the faculty development. The financial support of the government matches the present activity level of the department.
The Department charges nominal fee. The office of the Department is computerized. There is a computer in the office. The finances are regularly audited by Government auditors. At present there is no mechanism for internal quality check. The department should develop a system to ensure its quality. The feedback should be taken from students regularly and analyzed for improving the quality of teachers' training.
SECTION - III
The Peer Team observed the following strengths in the Department of Shiksha Shastra.
The classes are held regularly.
There is good discipline.
The students are satisfied with the quality of teaching.
The college enjoys good reputation in the community and schools.
The college environment is neat, clean, healthy and conducive for learning.
There is a good relationship among teachers, students and Principal.
Admission is fare and transparent.
The quality of food in the hostel mess is good.
SUGGESTIONS FOR IMPROVEMENT
The following are the suggestions for improvement as per feedback received from students, Teachers, Parents, Alumni and as observed by the Peer Team.
There should be hostel facility for girls.
Micro-Teaching and Models of teaching should be implemented even if it is not a part of curriculum.
All the lessons should be corrected by teacher educator during the practice teaching programme.
Experts may be invited for giving talks to M.Ed., B.Ed. students and teachers.
The staff should be trained in the use of Internet and preparation of power point presentation. The teachers should be made computer literate.
The college may keep one period per week for development of Reasoning and Thinking.
The central library timings may be increased and it may be opened on Sunday and other holiday.
The staff development programmes in areas like, Models of Teaching, Research Methodology and Statistics and use of SPSS, etc. may be organized.
The teachers may be encouraged to use different innovations and may try their own ideas.
Efforts may be made to procure e-journals.
Efforts may be made to get at least one post of professor sanctioned by UGC. It will help in improving the quality of teaching and research.
The Ph.D thesis abstract should be attached with the thesis both in Hindi and English.
Efforts should be made to observe all the lessons of students during practice teaching.
All B.Ed and M.Ed. students should be trained in the use of ICT. The ICT paper should be made compulsory for all B.Ed. students.
The Educational Technology laboratory may be equipped with scanner, web camera, Non-linear editing system, etc.
The Peer Team Places on record the deep appreciation for Executive Council, Vice - Chancellor, Teachers, Students, non-teaching staff, Alumni and Parents for all the help and the hospitality provided by the Lal Bahadur Shastri Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeetha, New Delhi to the Peer Team. We are sure that the Department of Shiksha Shastra will proceed towards achieving objectives of teacher education and quality teacher preparation.
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Department of Shiksha Shastra
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