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Aggarwal Post Graduate College, Ballabgarh, Haryana


Aggarwal Post Graduate College, Ballabgarh, Haryana
Address:Milk Plant Road, Sector-2
Ballabgarh (District Faridabad)
Haryana, India
Pin Code : 121004

Aggarwal Post Graduate College, Ballabgarh Haryana is a recognised institute / college. Study Centre code of Aggarwal Post Graduate College, Ballabgarh Haryana is 2317. Aggarwal Post Graduate College, Ballabgarh Haryana is managed by Society: Aggarwal Vidya Pracharini Sabha (Regd.). Aggarwal Post Graduate College, Ballabgarh Haryana was established on / in 1971.

Principal of Aggarwal Post Graduate College, Ballabgarh Haryana is S.K.Garg, Dr Krishan Kant Gupta.

Aggarwal Post Graduate College is situated in Ballabgarh of Haryana state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Fax # of Aggarwal Post Graduate College, Ballabgarh Haryana is 0129-2300769.

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Aggarwal Post Graduate College, Ballabgarh Haryana are +91-98188-17717.

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Website of Aggarwal Post Graduate College, Ballabgarh Haryana is http://www.aggarwalpgcollege.org/, aggarwalcollege.org.

Contact Details of Aggarwal Post Graduate College, Ballabgarh Haryana are : Telephone: +91-129-224130, 2240976, 23012352, 2308348
Telephone: +91-129-2241391, 3296243


Aggarwal Post Graduate College, Ballabgarh Haryana runs course(s) in Degree stream(s).
B.Sc(Computer Science)
B.Com(Computer Application)
M.Sc(Computer Scince)

Approval details: Aggarwal Post Graduate College is affiliated with Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak (Haryana)

Profile of Aggarwal Post Graduate College

With the aim of making sustained efforts to dispel ignorance through knowledge, the Aggarwal College was established in 1971. Affiliated to M.D. University, Rohtak and aided by the Haryana Govt., the college is being run by a progressive parent body Aggarwal Vidya Pracharini Sabha (Regd.) which is committed to providing high quality education to the young generation, It is running various other educational institutions also keeping in mind the education requirements of the area, specially professional courses. Recently, the college has seen awarded B+ Rating By NAAC owing to its emphasis on quality and performance.


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Section I: Introduction
The Aggarwal Post Graduate College, Ballabgarh, an aided College, set up in 1971 by Aggarwal Vidya Pracharini Sabha, is affiliated to M.D. University, Rohtak. It is situated at the center of Faridabad District, an industrial hub of Haryana. Besides the College, the Aggarwal Vidya Pracharini Sabha runs four other educational institutions at various levels. The main objective of setting up of this institution has been to ensure access to higher education to the students of the area, particularly those from rural background. When it was started in1971, it had only two faculties, Arts and Commerce, with a student strength of only 250. Science faculty was started in 1977. In the life of the College, the year 1995 proved to be a watershed year, and the development of the College gained a new momentum. In line with the aspirations of the local people, the College was bifurcated into Girls' Wing and Boys' Wing in 1995 and that resulted in rapid rise in student strength, particularly in the Girls' Wing. The College now has a student strength of 2842. Also, beginning from 1995, a number of professional courses like B.B.A , B.C.A, B.Com. with Computer Applications, B.Sc. Computer Science and B.Sc. Electronics were started. During May 1997, the College established 4 computer laboratories. Presently, the College has 6 computer laboratories with 136 computers. In 2002, M.Sc. Computer Science was introduced. The College is also the venue for Distance Education Center of M. D. University, Rohtak, which provides for most traditional subjects and M.B.A..

The Management has been playing an active role in developing the College. At present the College is functioning in two campuses. The Girls' Wing and the Self-Finance Wing are situated in one campus, with an area of 2.5 acres, whereas the Boys' Wing is situated in another campus, with an area of 5 acres, about 2 kms from the former. The traditional courses like B.A. and B.Com. are available in the Girls' Wing, and besides these two courses, B.Sc. also is available in the Boys' Wing. The recently started courses like B.C.A., B.B.A., B.Sc. Electronics, M.Sc. Computer Science, M.A. Hindi, and M.Com. are available in the Self-Finance Wing. The College has UGC recognition under 2f and 12B.

The College has a well qualified teaching faculty strength of 86 members including 60 permanent teachers and 26 temporary teachers. There are 39 members on non-teaching staff. The College has 3 libraries, one each for girls, self-finance, and boys sections, 2 health centers, one each for girls and boys, sports facilities, again separately for girls and boys, 2 canteens, a cycle stand and a vehicle parking shed. The Girls' Wing and the Self-Finance Wing, being situated in the same campus, share the support facilities.

The College volunteered to be assessed by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), Banglore, and submitted a detailed Self-Study Report (SSR) to NAAC in November 2002. A Peer Team was constituted by the Council to visit the College and validate the SSR. The Peer Team comprising Prof. N.K. Mishra , Vice-Chancellor, Utkal University of Culture, Bhubaneshwer, Orissa, as Chairperson, and Prof. Keshav Sharma, Department Of Management Studies, University of Jammu, Jammu, and Prof. Murtaza Ali, Head, Computer Science Department, Shri Shivaji Science College, Amravati, Maharashtra, as Members, visited the College for three days, from 3rd to 5th February, 2003. The visit was coordinated by Mr. B.R. Manjunath, Academic Consultant, NAAC.

The Team carefully pursued and analyzed the SSR submitted by the College. During the institutional visit, the Team went through all the relevant documents, visited all the Faculties, Administrative Block, the Library facilities, Computers & Electronic Labs, Physics & Chemistry Labs, Sports Facilities, Medical Rooms, Canteens, Gymkhana, etc. and studied the various academic and support facilities available in all the 3 Wings. The Team held detailed discussions with the Principal, faculty members of different departments, the Governing Body, alumni and parents, students and non-teaching staff of the College. On the basis of the inputs obtained during the visit and the information furnished in the Self-Study Report of the College, the assessment under the various criteria identified by NAAC, and the recommendations to further improve the quality of education in the College are given in the following pages.

Criterion-wise Analysis:
Criterion I: Curricular Aspects
The Aggarwal P.G. College, Ballabgarh, Haryana, being affiliated to M.D. University ,Rohtak, follows the syllabi prescribed by the affiliating University, both for its undergraduate and postgraduate courses. The courses available are B.Com & B.A. with English, B.Com & B.A. with Economics, B.A with History, B.A. with Political Science, B.Sc. with Physics, B.Sc. with Chemistry, and B.A./B.Sc. with Mathematics. The B.B.A., B.C.A., B.Com with Computer Applications, and M.Sc. Computer Science, are the career- oriented courses started by the College. These, and B.Sc. with Electronics, M.A. Hindi and M.Com. are in the self-financing category. The flexibility element is there with respect to elective options and none-core options. The students in B.B.A. complete their business projects and summer training in liaison with the corporate houses, ensuring industry exposure in the process. The BCA students are also similarly oriented. The academic grants obtained by the College from the UGC and the Haryana Government, after regular performance assessment of the College, are put to efficient use. The College Management, through its frequent meetings, monitors all academic parameters and obtains regular feedback about the functioning of the College. The College is able to commence new courses and options in a time span of one year in consultation with the affiliating University. Senior teachers of several departments are on the BOSs of the affiliating University.

The College, being near to Delhi, may try establishing linkages with the industry. Being a private College, not compromising with the University syllabus, it may motivate the students and help them to improve by taking up the specific, industrially required tailor made packages during off-College hours. The College supplements the teaching of its curriculum by specialized lectures from the captains of industry and faculty of the top notch business schools in India for B.B.A., B.C.A. and B.Com. with Computer Applications students. This may be continued with more rigor. This would bring the students near to the industry and enhance their employability. The B.Sc. stream may also be supplemented with appropriate vocational courses to likewise enhance the placement opportunities of the B.Sc. students in the job market. There is a potential for the introduction of more P.G. courses, with local requirements in view. The B.A. courses may be made more flexible by offering more subject options and combinations for the benefit of the students. More time may be allocated to the practical aspects of the curriculum. Science tours may be organized by the College. In view of the fact that the students in the College are coming from the periphery, some rural entrepreneurial development programs may be considered by the College to promote entrepreneurship.

Criterion II: Teaching, Learning, and Evaluation
The admission of the students to the various courses is on merit. The admission policy is in accordance with the University/Haryana Government rules.

Teachers are encouraged to make a teaching plan in the beginning of the academic session. Departmental meetings are held and through extensive discussion and subject analysis, the teaching plan is prepared. The academic year is split into three terms and a booklet containing the portions of syllabus to be taught during each term is prepared and distributed for information to the students. The unitization of the syllabus helps in adhering to a teaching schedule. The students are informed of the evaluation criterion at the beginning of the session .

Attendance is noted regularly and absenteeism is viewed seriously. Parents are informed of the student attendance record and performance in the house examinations. The College conducts special classes for the advanced learners and conducts bridge and remedial courses for the educationally disadvantaged students using UGC funds allocated for the purpose. The teachers look after the academic progress of the students as well as personal difficulties and extend all help at the time of need.

The College does a periodic assessment to evaluate the students. The students are subject to regular class tests and term examinations. Assignments and tests form an integral part of the evaluation methodology, enabling the teachers to assess the students. The final examination is designed and conducted by the affiliating University. The College has consistently been maintaining a high pass percentage. The success rate in the College is higher than the University average for several years. The College has also been consistently bagging many top ranks in the University examinations.

The College has 86 faculty members: 14 Ph.D.s, 13 M.Phil.s, and the rest postgraduates. There are 31 sanctioned posts and others, adhoc. The recruitment of faculty, for both traditional and self-finance categories, is in accordance with the University/Government norms. Due to the total freeze on recruitment by the State Government, the Management has been providing for additional teaching staff from its own funds.

The number of working days of the College is 204. Of these, 178 are teaching days. UGC norms are adhered to in regard to workload of teachers. About 70% of the classes are taught by the sanctioned faculty.

It is of concern to note that there has been no participation by teachers in national/international level seminars/conferences. Being a College with an urge to grow and develop, it is necessary for the College authorities to motivate the teaching staff to attend seminars/conferences, besides refresher courses, to constantly update their knowledge.

The evaluation of teacher performance is mainly through ACR. A beginning has been made recently to put in place student evaluation of teacher performance. The same may be pursued seriously and the feedback used effectively to improve the teaching-learning process.

Criterion III: Research, Consultancy and Extension
A number of teachers have obtained their research degrees during the last four years. But for that, there is hardly any research activity in the College. However, it is heartening to note that the College adopts a positive approach towards those inclined to go for research studies, in that the teaching schedule is adjusted for smooth running of the classes.

Though 14 Ph.D. and 13 M.Phil. holders are there among teachers, there is no visible effort on the part of any to apply for even minor research projects from the UGC. The College authorities may provide incentives to teachers, by providing facilities and seed money through corpus fund, to pursue research, as it would positively impact upon the academic ambience on the campus.

There is not much to mention on consultancy services too. As there is good scope for offering consultancy in Management and Computer services, an effort may be made in this regard.

The College teachers and students are active in extension activities. The major extension activities undertaken are in the field of community development, health & hygiene awareness, medical camps, blood donations camps, AIDS and environment awareness programs. Taking out processions and forming human chains on social issues from time to time are the community-oriented extension services taken up by the students. The College has two units of N.S.S for the boys and one for the girls. The blood donation camp, organized by the NSS (girls) recently, has received commendation certificate from the local administration. The NSS of the College is doing well by adopting a slum colony and raising the awareness level in regard to health and hygiene and literacy. There is a Naval NCC Wing for boys. NCC Wing for girls is yet to be set up.

Criterion IV: Infrastructure and Learning Resources
The College has two campuses: one, of 2.5 acres area, housing both the Girls Wing , and Self-Finance Wing, and the other, of 5 acres area, housing the Boys Wing. During the past 30 years, the College has expanded its infrastructure facilities in the form of multi-storied buildings, laboratories, libraries, and other support services.

The College ensures optimum utilization of its infrastructure facilities through starting new courses. The Management of the College is in charge of maintenance of its infrastructure. The beatification of the College campus has been made possible through planting trees and growing seasonal flowers. The College is surrounded by the green lawns which make the campus beautiful and pollution-free.

The College has three different libraries with an advisory committee. The libraries work on all working days of the College, 7 hours per day. There are 16820 books in the Girls Wing, 8330 books in the Boys Wing and 11342 books in the Self-Finance Wing. In all, there is a total of 36492 books in the libraries. The College has procured nearly 7000 books worth over Rs one lac during the last two years. The libraries in the Girls' Wing and the Boys' Wing have book-bank facility and the SF Wing has reprographic facility. Library computerization is in progress. Interconnecting the College libraries with other libraries may be thought of. Also, to promote research spirit, some research journals in various subjects may be subscribed to.

There is no Central Computer Facility in the College. Though good computer laboratories are there in the SF Wing, there is no access to students from the traditional streams. This situation may be remedied by providing some course on basic computer education to all the students, as minimum knowledge of computers for all is the need of the hour. Also, internet facility may be provided in the libraries to facilitate easy access to both the staff and the students.

The College has an elaborate health and sports infrastructure and the necessary sports equipment. It also has its own courts and playgrounds for outdoor games. The College extends the facility of indoor games to the students.

Criterion V: Student support and progression
The College consistently maintains good results including a number of ranks in the University examinations. Financial aid is provided to the needy students in the form of various scholarships. A large number of students get one or the other scholarship. Further, there is an 'Earn While You Learn' scheme which provides a remuneration of Rs. 30/- per hour of work done by the student, as per the guidelines of the College authorities.

In sports and cultural arena, the College has done commendably well. A good many medals are won by the students of this College in sports and cultural competitions held at various levels. The College has a good track record of achievements in sports at the University and National levels. Several incentives and concessions are provided to outstanding sports persons. The Team applauds the student of this College who won a Silver Medal in the recently held Asiad at Busan, South Korea. The achievements in the cultural activities are also worth appreciation.

There is a Career Guidance Cell in the College. It provides for some awareness about avenues open in various fields for pursuing career. The activities of the Cell may be strengthened.

The College has been selected as the venue by HARTRON, a State Government Undertaking, that is running a 6 months certificate program in 'Training in Basic Electronics & Circuit Assembly', sponsored by MHRD, Government Of India, from 15th January, 2003. A scholarship of Rs.250 is also given to the students who enroll for the course.

The College has good medical facility, both for girls and boys. Apart from this, there is also insurance coverage for all the regular teaching and non-teaching staff under Mediclaim policy. The Team is pleased to note that the Management has initiated this welcome measure in instant response to the Team's suggestion.

Though there are interested alumni, an alumni association yet to form. The same be formed and involved actively in the development of the College.

In spite of large number of students and good academic culture, the tendency for competitive examinations is not seen in the College. The College authorities may take necessary steps in this direction.
The College prospectus is printed every year separately for traditional and self financing courses in Hindi and English respectively. These are different in look and quality of printing also.

The College collects feedback from the students on teacher performance. The same may be systematically analyzed and put to proper use.

The College provides ample opportunities for all-round development of personality and extra curricular activities and has a good track record in cultural activities, indoor and outdoor games, and other leisure time and recreational activities.

The College publishes an annual magazine 'SROTH' to tap the creative talent of both the staff and the students.

Criterion VI: Organization and Management
The College is managed by executive members of its parent body Aggarwal Vidya Pracharni Sabha. The periodic meetings of the Governing Body analyze the working of the institution and provides the guidelines for the long-term and short-term activities of the College.

The internal coordinating and monitoring is done by the Principal and 14 administrative committees set up by the Principal. These committees are separately formed for traditional and self-financing courses. The College takes suggestions of these committees for effective monitoring and improvement of organization . The academic calendar is prepared by the Staff Council.

The ACR is the tool to check the efficiency of the non-teaching staff as well. There is no professional development program for the non-teaching staff in the College, though they are encouraged to improve their qualifications.

The College has a separate fee structure for traditional and self-financing courses. Within the self-financing category, the B.B.A. and B.C.A. have 3 tier fee structure in NRI, payment and free categories. The fee structure has the approval of the competent authority. The traditional courses fee is moderate whereas the self financing fee structure is much higher.

The budget is prepared annually and is approved by the competent authority and the auditing is done by the Government appointed auditors. The financial position of the College is sound.

The Grievance Redressal Cell in the College needs to be made more active to redress the grievances of the students , the teaching faculty and the other staff.

The College has various welfare programs for the students . The staff can avail the different types of loans subject to fulfillment of certain conditions.

Criterion VII : Healthy Practices
Following healthy practices deserve mention.

Self-financing courses and distance education center as a complementary system, making optimum use of available facilities.

Good leadership along with excellent interpersonal relationships among teaching and non-teaching staff helps in the smooth functioning of the College.

The On-Job-Training (OJT) for the professional students.

Community orientation programs such as organization of human chains and processions on social issues and injustice.

UGC sponsored 'Simple Sanskrit Speaking Center' to learn Sanskrit in 30 days.

Consistently good results with ranks in the University examinations.

Organization of , participation and achievements in youth festivals.

Science day celebration by Physics and Chemistry departments.

'Earn While You Learn' scheme.

Decentralization of administrative work by setting up of committees.

Reward and Awards for house, University examinations and other achievements.

Overall Analysis:
Aggarwal Post Graduate College is a constituent of Aggarwal Vidya Parcharni Sabha, which is one of the reputed educational societies in Ballabgarh , Faridabad. The College began with the traditional , government aided courses in 1971 with 250 students & now it caters to the needs of nearly 3000 students with government-aided , self-financing & postgraduate courses. There are about 12oo students benefiting from the Distance Education Center located in the campus. The College, in its own way, is trying to maintain the traditions of service for the rural students.

The Management is very co-operative and supportive and shows interest in developing the College. One such suggestion of the Peer Team about the welfare of the staff has been instantly approved by the Management which made medical insurance worth Rs. 2 crore for its regular permanent staff .

A number of healthy practices exist in the College which deserve to be commended. However, in the light of the visit, the Team wishes to put forth the following recommendations to the College authorities to improve the quality of education further:

During interaction with the students, it was requested that Honors Courses may be started in the College. The Management may take up this matter with the Director, Higher Education and the University.

The faculty may be encouraged to take up research work in the College. The teachers feel that if encouragement and incentive could be provided , this part of the work can also be taken up in right earnest. This can be done through creating a corpus fund specially for research activities.

The College administration may take fuller advantage of the positive and cooperative attitude of the Management for the progress of the institution.

Seminars may be organized in different departments to broaden the knowledge of the students. Subject societies may be established in different departments for academic activities. Further the teachers may be encouraged to participate in National / International seminars and conferences. The College can also take the initiative to organize State / National level seminars and conferences .

The professional courses run by the College may be so run as to give more time for the practical aspects of the syllabus. The students may be given more exposure to industrial houses relevant to their disciplines.

Girl students may be enrolled in NCC and the concerned authorities may be approached for this purpose.

The results of the students are encouraging and extra-curricular activities like sports , NCC , NSS and cultural programs may be further encouraged. It is suggested to improve vocational guidance through the help of the State Employment and Vocational Guidance Directorate and to start UGC vocational courses of first degree level.

The environment in Boys Wing may be further improved after completion of the construction of the building .

The faculty may be encouraged to publish articles in research journals and magazines.

Procurement of journals for different departments may be ensured and made available to the staff and the students .

The non-teaching staff grievances about their arrears & other service matters may be attended to on a priority basis by approaching the government authorities and the Department of Higher Education.

The services of the highly qualified and experienced teachers of the aided courses may be utilized for the improvement of the standard of quality education in the College as a whole.

The government authorities may consider taking a favorable view of this possibility.
Steps may be taken to expose the students of traditional streams also to basic computer education.

Computer linkages may be established between the two campuses for smooth and efficient administration.

The Peer Team acknowledges the cooperation and hospitality shown by all sections and wishes the College all the best in its future endeavors.

Prof. N.K. Mishra (Chairperson)

Prof. Keshav Sharma(Member)

Prof. Murtaza Ali(Member)


CWP 5636 of 2009


CWP No. 5636 of 2009

Date of Decision : 10.12.2009

Nand Kishore .......... Petitioner


State of Haryana and others ...... Respondents


Present :
Mr. Akshay Goyal, Advocate for the petitioner.
Mr. Ashwani Markenday, DAG, Haryana for respondents No.1 and 2.
Mr. B.L. Gupta, Advocate for respondent No.3.
Mr. Sharad Aggarwal, Advocate for respondent No.4.

The petitioner has invoked the writ jurisdiction of this Court to seek a writ of mandamus directing the respondents to grant approval to the
selection of the petitioner for the post of Lecturer in Physical Education in Aggarwal College, Ballabgarh.

The petitioner belongs to Mallah caste, which is recognized as a Schedule Caste in Delhi. Accordingly the petitioner was issued a
Scheduled Caste certificate by the Delhi Administration.

On the basis of the certificate issued by the Delhi Administration, the petitioner applied for the post of Lecturer in Physical Education against the post reserved for the Scheduled Casts candidates.

It is not disputed that the petitioner was selected for the post and his case was recommended for approval by the University and the State of Haryana. However, no action on the said proposal was taken or conveyed to the petitioner or the college, the petitioner therefore invoked the writ jurisdiction of this Court to seek a writ of mandamus, as referred to above.

Notice of motion was issued.

Reply has been filed on behalf of the respondents / State by taking a specific stand that the approval cannot be granted to the petitioner
as caste Mallah is not recognized as Scheduled Caste in the State of Haryana but backward class.

In view of a positive stand taken by the State, no ground for issuance of direction for approval is made out.

The learned counsel for the petitioner, however, prays that no written communication rejecting his claim has been sent, therefore, his right to challenge the said order in accordance with law stands defeated.

The learned DAG, Haryana, however, states that the written
communication rejecting the claim of the petitioner on the ground of he being not a scheduled caste in Haryana would be intimated to him within one month from the date of receipt of certified copy of this order.

With the above observation, this writ petition is ordered to be dismissed.




CWP No. 13081 of 1993

Date of Decision : 4.12.2009

Miss Anju Bhati .......... Petitioner
Managing Committee, Aggarwal College, Ballabgarh and others ...... Respondents


Present :
Mr. N.S. Bawa, Advocate for the petitioner.
Mr. R.K. Malik, Sr. Advocate with
Mr. Yashdeep Singh, Advocate
Mr. K.C. Bhatia, Addl. A.G., Haryana.

The petitioner has invoked the writ jurisdiction of this Court under Articles 226 and 227 of the Constitution of India seeking writ in the
nature of certiorari to quash the selection and appointment of respondent No.6, as Lecturer in Physics by Managing Committee, Aggarwal College, Ballabgarh, on the ground that one of the members of the selection committee was Guide of respondent No.4, therefore, the selection was biased.

There is no necessity to go into the merit of this case, as the selection was made in the year 1993, and it would not be fair or in the interest of justice to interfere with the selection made 16 years back, in exercise of equitable writ jurisdiction under Article 226/227 of the Constitution of India.

The writ petition is rendered infructuous, by efflux of time.

Disposed of accordingly.




CWP No. 13081 of 1993

Date of Decision : 4.12.2009

Miss Anju Bhati .......... Petitioner
Managing Committee, Aggarwal College, Ballabgarh and others ...... Respondents


Present :
Mr. N.S. Bawa, Advocate for the petitioner.
Mr. R.K. Malik, Sr. Advocate with
Mr. Yashdeep Singh, Advocate
Mr. K.C. Bhatia, Addl. A.G., Haryana.

The petitioner has invoked the writ jurisdiction of this Court under Articles 226 and 227 of the Constitution of India seeking writ in the
nature of certiorari to quash the selection and appointment of respondent No.6, as Lecturer in Physics by Managing Committee, Aggarwal College, Ballabgarh, on the ground that one of the members of the selection committee was Guide of respondent No.4, therefore, the selection was biased.

There is no necessity to go into the merit of this case, as the selection was made in the year 1993, and it would not be fair or in the interest of justice to interfere with the selection made 16 years back, in exercise of equitable writ jurisdiction under Article 226/227 of the Constitution of India.

The writ petition is rendered infructuous, by efflux of time.

Disposed of accordingly.


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