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Panchshil College of Education, Visnagar, Gujarat
Panchshil College of Education, Visnagar, Gujarat
Address: Plot / Street / Area
312 Paiki, Thalota Road
Post Office : Panchshil Vidhyasankul
Visnagar (District Mehsana)
Gujarat, IndiaPin Code : 384315
Panchshil College of Education, Visnagar Gujarat is a recognised institute / college. Panchshil College of Education, Visnagar Gujarat is also known as Panchshil M Ed College, Visnagar. Panchshil College of Education, Visnagar Gujarat is managed by Society: Shri Panchshil Trust, Thalota Road, Visnagar. Panchshil College of Education, Visnagar Gujarat was established on / in 2006.
Principal of Panchshil College of Education, Visnagar Gujarat is A G Thakor (B Ed wing), Dr Niluben G Ghosh (M.Ed. wing), Ashokbhai G. Vyas.
Panchshil College of Education is situated in Visnagar of Gujarat state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Visnagar comes under Visnagar Tehsil, Mehsana District.
Fax # of Panchshil College of Education, Visnagar Gujarat is 224302.
Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Panchshil College of Education, Visnagar Gujarat are 9428459631.
email ID(s) is
Website of Panchshil College of Education, Visnagar Gujarat is www.panchshil.org.
Contact Details of Panchshil College of Education, Visnagar Gujarat are : Telephone: +91-2765-220511
Vipulbhai I. Patel (Cleark)Mobile 9913686620
CoursesPanchshil College of Education, Visnagar Gujarat runs course(s) in Education stream(s).
Approval details: Panchshil College of Education is affiliated with Hemchandracharya North Gujarat University, Patan
Profile of Panchshil College of EducationReference ID : WGUMSNIN-74
TAN. No : AHMP05440B
NACC Accredited : Yes
Location college/institution : Urban
Year of Establishment : 12/12/2006
NCTE NACC Grade : B
Year of NACC Accredation : 2006
Minority : No
Religion : NA
Located in : institusional
Minorty Type : NA
Building Type : Its own campus
Total Area(Sq.Mts.) : 4100
Total Built up Area(Sq.Mts.) : 1464
Nature of land holding : Ownership
Land Lease : Private
Construction completed Date : 01/01/2003
Shared Campus Area : 4100
Campus shared by : By Resolution
Khasra No./Plot No./Survey No. : 312
Revenue Village of the land : kansa
Land is free from all encumbrances ? : Yes
Type of college/institution : Co-education college
Management of the college/institution : NA
No. of Non Teaching Male : 5
No. of Non Teaching Female : 0
No. of Non Teaching Staff(Total) : 5
Institution or its Managing society/body registered ? : Yes
Registration Act : 1950
Management of college/Institute :
University Department/Constituent College
Name of Endowment Fund Bank : bob
Address of Endowment Fund Bank : market yard
Name of Reserve Fund Bank : bob
Address of Reserve Fund Bank : market yard
Converted into Joint A/c (Endowment Fund) ? : Yes
Converted into Joint A/c (Reserve Fund) ? : Yes
FDR No. (Endowment Fund) : 570498
FDR No. (Reserve Fund) : 570499
Date of Issue (Endowment Fund) : 20/11/2006
Date of Issue (Reserve Fund) : 20/11/2006
Date of Conversion to Joint A/c (Endowment Fund) : 20/11/2006
Date of Conversion to Joint A/c (Reserve Fund) : 20/11/2006
Receipts Opening Balance : 0
Receipts from Fees : 2210000
Receipts from Donation : 0
Receipts from MISC : 6543
Total Amount Receipts : 2216543
Expenditure Teacher Salary : 1670698
Expenditure Non Teacher Salary : 557454
Expenditure Library : 4276
Expenditure Laboratory : 0
Expenditure Furniture : 0
Expenditure Misc : 305032
Total Expenditure : 2537460
Mode of Salary : by bank
Name of Auditor/CA : Vasant. S. Patel
Address of Auditor/CA :
beh,modi market,market yard,dagalaroad,visnagar
Phone NO. : 02765222065
Balance of Funds Available : 0
Account Details of Bank (Salary) : 05770100009569
Salary Transfer(Faculty) : by cheque
Date of Opening of Bank A/c : 24/01/2007
Amount FDR(Endowment Fund) : 600000
Amount FDR(Reserve Fund) : 200000
Titles of Teacher Education(Library) : 697
Books of Teacher Education : 804
No.of Journals : 11
No of Encyclopedias(Library) : 9
Area of Reading Room(Sq.Mts.) : 142
Seating Capacity : 40
Area of Lab : 42
No of Computers : 40
Internet Access ? : Yes
LAN : Yes
Availability of LCD Projector : Yes
Availability of OHP : Yes
Availability of TV : Yes
Name of Appratus(Physical Lab) : 5
Area of science Lab : 42
Name of Experiment(Science Lab) : 5
Indoor Game(D.Ed/B.Ed./M.Ed.courses) : badminton, tt
Outdoor Games(D.Ed/B.Ed./M.Ed.courses) : basket ball, volley ball
Area of Outdoor Games : 1200
Gym Facility for Women : No
Area of Men Gym(sq.Mts.) : 0
No of Stnations(men) : 0
Area of Women Gym :
No of Stnations(women) :
Physical Science Name Experiment : as per ncte
Name of Charts(Physical Science) : 42
Name Experiment(Biological Science) : as per sec. school syllabus
Name Charts(Biological Science) : 23
Name Model(Biological Science) : 5
Area of Lab(Language Lab) : 42
Name of Equipments(Language Lab) : as per ncte
Name of Charts(Language Lab) : 23
Indoor Game Area : 42
Name & No. of Instruments(arts & carfts) : na
Name Charts(arts & carfts) : na
Name of Models(arts & carfts) : na
Name of Instruments : na
Name of Charts : na
Name of Instruments(Human Performance Lab) : na
No of Instruments(Human Performance Lab) : na
Name of Equipments(Atheletic Care) : na
Name of Charts(Atheletic Care) : na
Name and No. of Instrumernts(Cultural Facility) : na
Name & No. of Instruments(Athletics) : na
Size of Track(Athletics) : na
Indoor Games(C.P.Ed/B.P.Ed./M.P.Ed.courses) : na
Outdoor Games(C.P.Ed/B.P.Ed./M.P.Ed.courses) : na
Area of Alloted Outdoor Games : na
Name Model(Mathematics Resource Center) : 4
Name Charts(Mathematics Resource Center) : 21
Indoor Game[Area](C.P.Ed/B.P.Ed./M.P.Ed.courses) : na
ptc 2 2003 100 rpb
B.Ed 1 2003 100 hngu
Teaching Faculty Details
Teacher id Designation
Composition of Society/Trust
R.G.Patel 1,Hardwar Soc.Thalota Road,Visnagar
C.T.Patel 14,A Amrutpark Soc.Visnagar
S.D.Patel 88,Sunny Bunglow, Visnagar
J.I.Patel 1,Hardwar Soc.Thalota Road Visnagar
M.R.Patel 1,Hardwar Soc. Visnagar
R.C.Patel 14,A Amrutpark Soc.Visnagar
B.J.Patel 2, Sona Complex, Visnagar
R.J.Shah 6-11,Mardhan Apartemant Amd.
G.G.Patel 35,Tirupati Bunglow, Visnagar
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NAAC report of Panchshil College of Education, VisnagarSECTION - I
Kansa's Panchshil College of Education, Visnagar volunteered to be assessed by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) and submitted Self-Appraisal Report (SAR) to NAAC on 16 - 03 - 2006. A Peer Team was constituted by NAAC to visit the Institute and validate the SAR. The Peer Team consisting of Dr. D. N. Sansanwal, Professor and Director, Institute of Education, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore as Chairman and Prof. Umesh C. Vashishtha, Head, Department of Education, Lucknow University, Lucknow and Dr. Dost Mohd. Khan, Principal, Maulana Azad Education Society's Marathwada College of Education, Aurangabad as members and Mr. Ganesh Hegde, Assistant Advisor, NAAC, Bangalore as co-ordinator visited Kansa's Panchilshil College of Education, Visnagar for three days from 10 - 12 July 2006.
Kansa's Panchshil College of Education, Visnagar is situated in the northern region of Gujarat popularly known as AANART Region of Gujarat. The area is urban and people are from farming community. This institution is established in 2003 and affiliated to Hemchandracharya North Gujarat University, Patan. It is spread in an area of 1.5 acres. Shri Panchshil Trust, Kansa runs a Panchshil School, PTC College and a college of Education on this campus. Thus, the facilities are shared.
The building has three stories. On the ground floor, there is an administrative office, Principal's office, Faculty room, Ladies' common room, ICT laboratory, Management office, Teaching Learning Material room, etc. First floor has classrooms, Library, laboratories, etc. The second floor has hostel for PTC girls. There is a boys' hostel. This is mostly for PTC students but B.Ed. students can also use it. There is a gym, swimming pool, tennis court, badminton court, etc. These facilities are for students as well as for general public. The timings are different. Recently the Institute has developed the College Song. The college was granted recognition by the NCTE for conducting One year B.Ed. Programme with an intake of 100 students vide its' Order No. WRC/5-6/48/2003/2524. Kansa's Panchshil College of Education, Visnagar is not covered under 2(f) and 12 (B) of UGC Act.
The Peer Team carefully analyzed the SAR submitted by the Panchshil College of Education and went through the relevant documents made available in the college. During the visit, the Team visited the academic, administrative and other units and also interacted with the Board of Trustees of Kansa's Panchshil College of Education, Visnagar as well as Hem. North Gujarat University's Vice Chancellor, Pro- Vice Chancellor, Acting Registrar and Dean, Faculty of Education, Principal of the college, staff, students, supporting staff, Parents and Alumni. The Team visited two practicing schools situated in Rural and Urban areas. Based on this and the criteria identified by NAAC - NCTE, the Peer Team made assessment of the Kansa's Panchshil College of Education, Visnagar. The report is being presented under the six criteria along with the suggestions received from the Staff, Students, Parents, Alumni and Peer Team for its improvement.
CRITERIA WISE REPORT
CRITERION I: CURRICULAR DESIGN AND PLANNING
The Mission and Vision statement of the Kansa's Panchshil College of Education, Visnagar has been formulated recently. It states that the college is dedicated for Preparing Excellent, Efficient and Effective Teachers for IT Age Schools. The college has been permitted to admit 100 students. Of these, 80 percent were admitted on the basis of merit by Hem. North Gujarat University, Patan. The remaining 20 percent were admitted by Gujarat Svanirbhar (Self- finance) B.Ed. / B.P.Ed. Sanchalak Mandal on the basis of merit. From 2006 - 07 academic session the distribution is 85 percent by the University and 15 percent by the Gujarat Svanirbhar (Self- finance) B.Ed. / B.P.Ed. Sanchalak Mandal. The University prepares merit on the basis of graduate and postgraduate percentage of marks. The 10 percent seats are reserved for undergraduate students. The reservation policy of Gujarat Government is being followed. The eligibility laid down by the NCTE is also followed strictly at B.Ed. level.
The team was informed that the total working days were 215 and teaching days 180. The teacher education curriculum prescribed by Hem. North Gujarat University, Patan is being followed. The curriculum was revised in 2002 - 03 academic session and was implemented from 2003 - 04 academic session. The present curriculum needs further revision. The curriculum formulated by UGC and NCTE must be taken into consideration at the time of revising the B. Ed. Syllabus.
At present there is no mechanism of taking feedback from the practicing schools, academic peers and employers. The teachers are trying to experiment with new ideas. It must be encouraged and shared with other teacher training institutions. The college is using off campus, internship and practice teaching for developing teaching competencies among the B. Ed. students. The SUPW is being implemented in the college.
CRITERION II: CURRICULAR TRANSATION AND EVALUATION
Kansa's Panchshil College of Education, Visnagar is affiliated to Hem. North Gujarat University, Patan. Hence, it follows the curriculum prescribed by the University. The college prepares the academic calendar keeping in mind the University calendar. The teachers use lecture, discussion and seminar methods as required by the topic. Most of the teachers use teaching aids, like, OHP, Powerpoint Presentation, etc. The teachers also make effort to promote active participation of students. The college has developed well equipped Audio-Visual room with a capacity of 30 students. It has good facility for projection and connected with Internet. There is a Computer Assisted Language Laboratory facility available in the college. The students use it for improving their English.The CDs on different topics are available. These should be made use of during teaching. Teachers develop content outline but it needs further improvement. The same should be circulated to the students. Many teachers inform students in advance the topic to be taught and ask the students to come prepared. It makes teaching - learning process more interactive.
The college gives practice in three skills only. It is not adequate. In addition, the college may strive for practice in Stimulus Variation skill, Reinforcement Skill, Black Board Writing Skills, Skill of Probing Questioning, etc. Although the Models of Teaching are not in the syllabus, yet the college should make adequate arrangements to give practice in Concept Attainment Model, Inquiry Training Model, Value Discussion Model, Value Analysis Model, Advance Organizer Model etc. The students are made to give 40 lessons in all. This may be increased and more practice may be given to all those who are deficient in the relevant skills or Models of Teaching.
The school teachers may be requested to observe the lessons and give feedback to the students. It will go a long way in improving the teaching competency of students. During off campus, students have been given experience in conducting prayer, teaching, keeping the school clean, creating awareness among the village people about Aids, Thalesimia, etc.
All most all teachers of the college have attended the Orientation Programme organized by Academic Staff College, Saurashtra University, Rajkot. Teachers must be encouraged to attend refresher course in Education. They should also be motivated to improve the English Language communication skills so that they can publish papers in good journals of repute and participate in National / International seminars and conferences. They should be able to read good books written in English. Some teachers have attended seminars and presented papers. They should be encouraged by way of giving the financial support.
The self- appraisal for teachers should be introduced. It will provide opportunity for self introspection and can help teachers to improve their classroom transaction. The college is in urban area with the rural surroundings, so the linkages with the organizations, like, SCERT, NCERT, NIEPA, DIET, Gujarat Board of Secondary Education, NCTE etc. may be established. It will go a long way in improving the quality of teacher training.
The college is trying to develop values and civic responsibilities by way of organizing Blood Donation camp, Participation in Adult Education Programme, Thalesemia awareness programme, etc.
The college makes efforts to inform students about the evaluation procedure adopted by the university. There are four core papers, one elective paper and two methods of teaching. Thus, in all there are seven papers and each carry 100 marks. The external exam is conducted for these papers. On the other hand, there is an internal assessment of 700 marks. The distribution is as: Classroom Teaching is of 250 marks; Community work and co-curricular activities is of 100 marks; Field based experiences carry 100 marks; Periodical Tests are of 150 marks and two annual lessons are of 100 marks. On scrutiny it was found that teachers too liberal in internal assessment.
The teachers should try to practice Open Book Examination. Thought provoking questions should be given. The nature of question should be of Understanding and application type. It will develop the question writing capability of both teachers and students. The students should be given feedback so that they can improve their performance in the University examination. The internal evaluation should be Objective and transparent.
CRITERION III: RESEARCH, DEVELOPEMNT AND EXTENTION
Of the whole staff only the Principal holds a Ph.D. degree but he does not possess Postgraduate in school subject. Thus, he is not qualified as per NCTE norms. Out of seven teachers, one teacher is M.Phil (Education), and another has cleared GSLET (Education) are qualified as per NCTE norms. Five staff members are holding Postgraduate degree in school subject along with M.Ed. They are not qualified as per NCTE norms. They should be encouraged to acquire the qualification as per NCTE norms. Out of two qualified teachers, one has registered for Ph.D. (Education). On the other hand out of five unqualified teachers, one has registered for Ph.D. (Education). Two teachers were given duty leave for research purpose. Remaining teachers should be motivated to pursue research which would definitely enhance the quality of research, teaching and training of teachers.
Two teachers have presented papers in regional seminars. They should be motivated to participate in International conferences and publish papers in reputed journals. The teachers should be motivated to conduct Action Research with the help of B.Ed. students and school teachers. The Principal is the member of Board of Studies in Education of Hem. North Gujarat University, Patan. One teacher is the life member of All India Association for Educational Research. Other teachers should be motivated to become members of different academic associations and subscribe journals. For this the management may give some financial support.
One teacher has been made the coordinator of extension activities to be undertaken by the teachers and students of the college. The students were motivated to take part in 'SAKSHARTA DEEP PROGRAMME'. Under this programme, students were asked to teach illiterate people. However, a number of other extension activities, like, local science fair, community health awareness, Environmental Awareness, AIDS awareness, etc. can also be undertaken by the college. The college should think of taking some extension activities for their alumni and teachers working in the schools and DIETS. The linkages with bodies like, NCERT, NIEPA, NCTE, SCERT, etc should be established. The teachers should be given training in development of Computer Aided Instructional Material, Digitalized Instructional Material, Programmed Learning Instructional Material, etc. They should be encouraged to make use of the ICT facility available in the college. The college should try to organize Workshops in Research Methodology, Statistics and use of SPSS for their college teachers and others also.
CRITERION IV: INFRASTRUCTURE AND LEARNING RESOURCES
Kansa's Panchshil College of Education, Visnagar is located in 1.5 acres of urban land. It shares the building and facilities with Primary School and PTC (Primary Teacher Certificate Course). The building has three stories. On the ground floor, there is an administrative office, Principal's office, Faculty room, Ladies' common room, ICT laboratory, Management office, Teaching Learning Material room, etc. First floor has classrooms, Library, Laboratories, Seminar Hall, etc. The second floor has hostel for PTC girls. There is a boys' hostel. This is mostly for PTC students but B.Ed. students can also use it. The management is constructing separate building for PTC students. The management seems to be serious in developing modern facilities and maintaining the infrastructure. Except gym and swimming pool, the infrastructure is not shared with the out side agencies. The campus is green with beautiful natural surroundings, parks and pollution free environment.
The college library is computerized but at the time of visit it did not work because of virus. There is a trained librarian. The library is shared with the PTC students. There are 4484 books related to B.Ed. programme. Only fourteen journals are being subscribed. The students are issued four books on cards for a period of 14 days. As per the requirement, the books can be reissued to the same student. The Book bank facility is available in the college. Each student is issued eight books for the whole academic session. After the annual examination the students return the books. This does not develop reading and notes making habit amongst students. At present hardly students go to the library. Most of the books are in Gujarati medium, so students do not get opportunity to refer to the standard books. The library has the capacity for about 50 students to sit and read. Very few books have been added in the last two years. More funds should be kept for purchase of books. The photocopier is available in the library but at the time of visit it was out of order. The facilities like Internet, CD ROMs, micro films, e - journals etc. may be made available.
The computer laboratory is in a good condition. It has 20 computers and printers. The computer laboratory is equipped with scanner, printers, digital camera. There are many CDs on topics related to B.Ed. course. It has along with it an Audio-Visual room with good projection facility. The internet connection is available in the computer lab as well as in the Audio-Visual Room. This facility is being shared with the PTC. So there is not much time for the B.Ed. students. All teachers and B.Ed. students should be trained in the use of computers and Internet. The training in preparing PowerPoint presentation should be made compulsory for all B.Ed. students and teachers of the college.
There is Science Laboratory. It has equipment for performing some practical related to Physics, Chemistry and Biology. There are charts, specimens and models. This is used by both B.Ed. and PTC students. There is a psychology laboratory. It has 19 tests and 16 equipments. There is only one psychology practical prescribed in the syllabus. However, the college should try to give more practice to B.Ed. students in use of psychological tests. The students should be told how to interpret the score and make use of the result during guidance and counseling. There is no Educational Technology laboratory. It should be developed as per NCTE norms. There are method rooms where Method classes are held but rooms are not equipped with relevant teaching materials.
The college should design a system to provide medical and health aids to the students as well as teachers and non-teaching staff. There is a first aid box available in the college. There is a need to develop sports grounds for outdoor games and sports. Hostel facility for boys and girls of B.Ed. may be provided separately. It must be mentioned in the College prospectus.
CRITERION V: STUDENT SUPPORT AND PROGRESSION
The result of the college in the last three year was 100 percent. There are number of students who pass B.Ed. exam with distinction. The college gives some awards in the form of cash to all those who come in merit of the university. The cash award is also given paper-wise. There is one percent dropout every year. This is due to health ground. The college does not publish the prospectus.
The Alumni association has been formed in the month of April 2006 after submission of SAR to NAAC. The student association for the year 2006 - 07 has been formed but the norms of the university should be followed while forming the student association. The feedback mechanism is followed but it should be broaden. The students are given financial help up to the extent of Rs. 25000=00 by way of concession in fees to the needy students. The personal guidance is given by the Principal and teachers to the students. During the orientation programme, the students are made aware about the rules and regulations of the university and the college. There is no placement cell in the college. As per the interaction with the Alumni, the Peer Team understands that about 40 percent of students get job. At present there are no welfare programmes for students, teachers and non-teaching staff. There is a suggestion box where students and teachers are encouraged to put the suggestions as well as complaint. The college should provide separate complaint box. Cultural and literary activities are being organized in the college.
CRITERION VI: ORGANISATION AND MANAGEMENT
Chairman and secretary of the trust look after the day-to-day affairs of the college. There are no committees or any other system for efficient internal co-ordination and monitoring. The management does meet the Principal whenever required. There should be steps taken for improvement of organization and management. The Principal and teachers together wok out the academic calendar every year. The teachers are recruited as per the rules of the university. The committee consisted of a representative of Management or Chairman of the Trust as the Chairman of the Committee, University representative nominated by the Vice Chancellor of the University, One subject experts nominated by the Vice Chancellor of the University, Two subject experts selected by the institute from the list issued by the University and Principal of the institute.
The management should encourage teachers to acquire the qualification as per NCTE norms. The college has organized professional development programme for the non-teaching staff but it should be continued. The current tuition fee is Rs. 30,000=00 and Rs. 2000=00 are taken from those students who want to learn computer. As per the salary statement, the teachers are recruited in the scale of Rs. 8000 - 13000. The teachers are paid DA, conveyance allowance, etc. It amounts to about Rs. 13000=00. The payment to staff is made through cheque.
The college maintains endowment and reserve funds as per NCTE norms. The Principal and staff must be oriented to the modern concept of management, like, TQM, Strategic Planning, etc. The college should try to have an internal academic auditing mechanism. It will help in improving and maintaining academic standard. There is a need for developing twining programme, student exchange programme and collaboration with national and international institutions.
SECTION - III
The Peer Team observed the following strengths in the Kansa's Panchshil College of Education, Visnagar.
The college enjoys good reputation in the community.
The management is serious in improving the quality of teachers' training.
The management has created Computer facility, Audio-Visual Room and conference room.
The college students take part in Government Literacy Programme, Blood donation camps, AIDS awareness Programme, etc.
The college environment is neat and clean and conducive for learning.
There is a good relationship among teachers, students, Principal and management.
The teachers are given freedom to purchase books and get the reimbursement of the amount from the college.
SUGGESTIONS FOR IMPROVEMENT
The following are the suggestions for improvement as per the feedback from students, Teachers, Parents, Alumni and as observed by the Peer Team.
The Panchshil College of Education should give training in more skills. The Models of Teaching should be introduced although these are not in the syllabus.
All students must be trained in the use of ICT specifically Powerpoint Presentation, Excel, Word, Internet, e-mail, etc.
Teachers should be motivated and helped to use innovative practices.
The college should try to help students to acquire proficiency in the use of English language. It will improve the quality as well as the job opportunity of students.
The college should try to take feedback from the practicing schools, academic peers and employers. It will help in improving the overall quality of the training.
The college should try to assess the communication skills and content understanding level of students at the time of admission. On the basis of this the bridge and remedial courses should be planned.
Teachers must be encouraged to attend refresher course in Education.
Teachers should also be motivated to improve the English Language skills so that they can publish in good journals of repute and participate in International seminars and conferences. They should be able to read good books written in English.
The teacher should practice Open Book Examination. Thought provoking, Understanding and Application type questions should be given in internal assessment.
Teachers should be encouraged to acquire the qualifications as per NCTE norms.
The teachers should be motivated to become members of different academic associations and subscribe journals of repute.
The college should think of organizing workshop in Models of Teaching, Open Book Examination, Paper setting, ICT, Guidance and Counselling etc. for their alumni and teachers working in the schools and DIETS.
The college should organize Workshops in Research Methodology, Statistics and use of SPSS; Models of Teaching, Microteaching etc. for their college teachers and other also.
The management should, try at the earliest, to develop separate building, laboratories and Library for PTC course.
The college should purchase standards books written in English.
The open shelf system may be encouraged in the library. The catalogue should be available so that students may search the book. The search facility may also be available on the computer.
The whole class should be divided into two or three groups for effective interaction.
The college should develop Educational Technology laboratory as per NCTE norms.
The college should develop upgraded prospectus every year.
The college should think of welfare programmes for teachers and non-teaching staff.
The Peer Team places on record the deep appreciation for Governing Council, Teachers, Students, Alumni, Parents and Non-teaching staff for all the help and the support provided by the college to the Peer Team. We are sure that the college will proceed towards achieving objectives of teacher education.
(UMESH C. VASHISHTHA)
(DOST MOHD. KHAN)
(Shankarbhai K. Patel)
Panchilshil College of Education
Visnagar, Dist : Mehsana, Gujarat.
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