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Government Post Graduate College, Jind, Haryana
Government Post Graduate College, Jind, Haryana
Government Post Graduate College, Jind Haryana is a recognised institute / college. Government Post Graduate College, Jind Haryana is also known as Government College.
Government Post Graduate College, Jind Haryana is situated in Jind of Haryana state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com.
Contact Details of Government Post Graduate College, Jind Haryana are : Telephone: +91-1681-226035
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Government Post Graduate College, Jind Haryana runs course(s) in Degree stream(s).
Government Post Graduate College is affiliated with Chaudhary Devi Lal University CDLU, Sirsa (Haryana)
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NAAC report of Government Post Graduate College, JindSECTION - I INTRODUCTION
Govt.Post Graduate College, Jind was started as a private institution in 1960. This was taken over by the Government of Haryana in 1961 . The college is situated on a green and beautiful campus spreading over an area of 21 acres . It was affiliated to Kurukshetra Univeristy, Kurukshetra, Haryana. The UGC has recognised the institution under the clauses 2f and 12B. in 1961. From 27th July 2003 , the college is now affiliated to Ch.Devi Lal University, Sirsa.
The Govt. P.G. College, Jind is a co-educational institute with total enrolment of 3704 students in UG and 326 students in P.G. Courses. The college offers 07 UG, one U.G. Hons. and 4 P.G. programmes. It has a total teaching faculty strength of 86 members including 83 permanent teachers and 3 temporary teachers. There are 60 members on the non teaching staff.
The college volunteered to be assest by National Assessment and Accreditiation Council, Banglore (NAAC) and submitted the self study reprot in November 2002. NAAC constituated a Peer Team consisting of Prof. Santosh Kumar, Vice Chancellor,Dr. H.S. Gaur University, Sagar as Chairman , Prof. J.K. Mohapatra, Professor of Political Science Berhampur University, Orissa and Prof. N.N. Saste, Principal, Shivaji Science College, Nagpur as members. Dr. K.N. Madhusudanan Pillai Academic consultant, NAAC, Co-ordinated the Peer Team visit. The Peer Team has carefully examined the self study report submitted by the Institution. The Peer Team visited on 6 th and 7 th September 2003 to validate data provided in the self study report . The Peer Team has gone through the relevant documents, visited all the departments , laboratories and support services interacted with the principal, teachers, students , non teaching staff, parents and alumni. Based on the above exercise and keeping in view of the seven criteria identified by NAAC, the Peer Team has drafted the report in the following pages. SECTION -II CRITERION-WISE ANALYSIS CRITERION I- CURRICULAR ASPECTS The academic programmes offered by the college include several under grad u ate courses: B.A., B.A. (Hons), B.Com. B.Sc. (Medical and Non Medical) and B.Sc. with Computer Science, Industrial Chemistry and Biotechnology. The college also of fers post graduate Courses in English, Hindi, Economics and Commerce. There are nine subject options in B.Sc., twelve in B.A. and one in Commerce. The un der grad u ate and post graduate Programmes offered by the College are designed by the Kurukshetra University to which the college was affiliated . A Study Centre of IGNOU is functioning in the College. The College encourages the students to learn computer basics through a tie up with Tata Infotech. The undergraduate courses like Computer Science , Industrial Chemistry , Biotechnology are career oriented. The students of the commerce stream have the option to select Computer applications as one of the sub ject. The College is following the model UGC syllabus adopted by the University. The college may consider to introduce few vocational courses at P.G., Di plo ma, Certificate Courses on self-financing mode. The college is yet to develop formal mechanism to obtain feed back from academic peers and employers on teach ing programmes.
CRITERION II : TEACHING , LEARNING AND EVALUATION
Admission to various courses is based on academic performance in the qualifying examination . The College is conducting class tests, quiz and literary competitions. The UGC sponsored remedial courses for SC, ST students are conducted in some subjects. The College encourages the teachers to prepare teaching plan. The Syllabus is unitized and completed in time. Teachers of Botany, Bio-technology and Geography use audio visual aids to supplement their class room teaching. Teaching could be made effective by using modern audio-visual tools. The college follows annual system of examination both for under graduate and post graduate courses. The overall results of the colleges are reasonably good and a few students have secured merit position at the University Examination.
The teachers are appointed, posted and transferred by the State Government. Retired teachers are appointed against vaccant post on consolidated salary by the college with the approval of the Director, Higher Education.
The department of English has organised a National Seminar and the Commerce Department has submitted a proposal to host a national Seminar. Some departments organise special lecturers by inviting expert from Universities and other Institute. There is need for bridge courses specially in disciplines like English, Mathmatics and Sanskrit. The college needs to formulate a method for the evaluation of teachers by the academic peers and students . A formal mechanism may also be instituted to obtain the feed back from students on the teaching , learning and evaluation process of the college.
CRITERION III: RESEARCH, CONSULTANCY AND EXTENSION
Aptitude for research not only promotes acquisition of advanced knowledge but also improve skill of class room instruction and standard of education. A very small percentage of teachers are engaged in active research and guiding students for research degree. Nearly 29 percent of teachers have research degree. The college should encourage teachers to acquire higher qualifications. A few teachers in the Deptt. of English, Commerce and Economics have published papers in reputed journals. Faculty members of Commerce and Hindi have authored books. A few teachers have participated in National Seminars. Three teachers have received financial assistance from UGC for minor research project and the proposal of few others are under consideration.
The College has extension activities in the areas viz. community development, AIDS awareness, social work, blood donation and environment awareness. The Institution has a designated person for extension activities. The college works and plans the extension activities with NGO's and GO's . The Students and teachers are encouraged to participate in NSS, NCC and extension activities. The college has a vibrant NCC unit. The Youth and Cultural cell grooms budding talents.
CRITERION IV: INFRASTRUCTURE AND LEARNING RESOURCES
The college has built up adequate infrastructure and developed learning resources over the past forty-three years. The college situated in the heart of Jind, is one of the oldest Government Colleges of Haryana. The college has two academic blocks consisting of 89 rooms, a two-storeyed central library and playground. The college has provided residential quarters to the Principal and Warden in the Campus. The classrooms are spacious and ventilated. Most of the laboratories are adequately equipped. There are 15 rooms for different administrative work of the college. The College has one open-air auditorium & two open-air stages, which caters the needs of the students for various cultural activities and sports festivals.
The departments of Computer Science and Commerce have separate computer laboratories. The total numbers of systems available in these laboratories are twenty-five. The computer laboratories are open from 10: 30 a.m. to 4 p.m. The facilities available in the college are shared by the IGNOU centre beyond college hour and on Sundays and holidays. The college library is housed in a separate building with plinth area of 9400 sq. ft., has a collection of 50, 000 books. It also provides book bank facility with 15000 books to the students belonging to economically weaker section of the society. The library is subscribing to thirty journals and periodicals. .
Computerisation of the library is in progress. There is an advisory committee with the Principal as its chairman to co-ordinate the activities of the library. The Library has reprographic facilities and internet connectivity.
The Physical Education Department maintains the physical education lab and equipment for physical fitness. There is playground and fields for different games and sports. These facilities are made available to the students of the college and nearby institutions. Talented students are identified and trained by this department. The college encourages participation of students in sports and games by awarding cash prize, rich diet, etc. Students have participated in University, Inter-University and State meets. Their performance was of high quality and they have won awards at all levels. The college maintains a hostel with one hundred four rooms, which accommodates 102 boys. The hostels require major repairs. Canteen facilities are made available to the staff and students of the college on the campus. There are 4 residential quarters for the class IV employees. There is a dispensary in the College. The service of a part time M.B.B.S. Doctor is available in the dispensary twice in a week. The campus is maintained green and beautiful under the supervision of a beautification committee. Botany Department maintains a botanical garden, which needs improvement. Classes are conducted in open space to compensate shortage of classrooms.
CRITERION V: STUDENTS SUPPORT AND PROGRESSION
The college publishes its prospectus annually and information are also made available through press notes and local TV network. The college has launched its own Web. Site named www.gcjind.com recently. Students appear for the qualifying examinations after fulfilling the required periods of study and as per the rules of the university. The results of the colleges are consistently good. The dropout rate of 13.5% in U.G. and 9.5% in P.G. requires attention.
The college to its credit has produced civil servants, professionals, academicians and politicians. However no formal record is maintained. Few alumani have helped the college in organizing academic activities. The college has constituted an Alumni Association recently. A number of students get Government scholarships, stipends, fee concession and also financial aid from the Radha Krishnan Foundation Fund of the college. Socially and economically backward students are given financial aid, woolen cloth and books from the college Red Cross Fund. A number of cadets of the NCC Unit clear 'B' and 'C' certificate examination in successive years. In the year 2002 alone twenty-five cadets passed the 'C' certificate and forty-two cadets passed 'B' certificate. Every year NCC cadets are selected to participate in the Republic Day and Independence Day Parades at the National Capital. One cadet was selected under the youth Exchange Programme & visited Canada. Cadets of the college are getting selected to join the Defence services.
There is career counselling and placement cell under the supervision of a teacher. Placement cell may take initiative to organize campus interviews to ensure employment opportunities for the students of the vocational courses. The women study centre of the college function through an advisory board. It conducts various programmes and renders counselling services to the students.
CRITERION VI :ORGANISATION AND MANAGEMENT
The college is under the administrative control of the government and managed by the Director of Higher Education, Haryana. There are committees consisting of HODs and other teachers to monitor academic and administrative activities of the college. The teaching and non-teaching staff are appointed by the Government. However appointments under "Earn While You Learn" scheme and appointment of temporary teachers are made on the recommendation of the selection committees with the approval of the DHE. Self-appraisal in the form of Annual Confidential Report is in vogue to assess the performance of the teachers. The college is having a balanced budget. The unit cost of education is Rs. 10849.00 The accounts and record are kept update. The college has a internal auditing mechanism. Further the accounts are audited by the external auditors and UGC grants are audited by the Chartered Accountant. There are audit objections; the administration has submitted its compliance and the objections have been dropped. The college has succeeded in getting financial assistance from the MP LAD scheme and the UGC.
There are Grievances Redressal committees for the students and women employees. The overall academic atmosphere is congenial, however, the teaching and non-teaching staff of the college requires motivation in order to enhance the quality of education.
CRITERION - VII HEALTHY PRACTICES
*The college is conducting open space classes to compensate the shortage of classrooms.
*The college maintains a green and beautiful campus through a beautification committee.
*Visiting dignitaries are requested to plant sapling to honour their visit to the Campus.
*The college has launched its website viz. www.gcjind.com.
*Uninterrupted supply of water and electricity to laboratories are ensured through bore well and generator.
*Women employees and students grievences cells are functional.
*Separate Notice Board displays the names of teachers who are on leave.
*Students are motivated to donate eye after death.
*"Earn While You Leran" provide employment opportunities to limited students.
*Students who excel in extension activities are honoured with rolls of honour.
*Liason officer is an unique feature of the college.who helps the principal in a wide range of activities.
SECTION- III : OVERALL ANALYSIS The Government P.G. College , Jind has good buildings, beautiful campus and adequate infrastructure facilities necessary for providing quality education. The examination results of the college are consistantly good. The college is encouraging sports and games which has resulted in producing good sports men. The college is inculcating the spirit of service to humanity through its various extension activity specially motivating the students to donate their eyes after death. Keeping in view, of the future progress and development of the college the Peer Team suggest the following to the institution for consideration :
*Vocational , professional courses like a Environmental Science , Bio-chemistry, Micro biology, Computer maintenance etc. may be introduced.
*The college may develop active college - industry- community intra action to make the courses more need based and skill oriented .
*MOU may be signed with some identified industries of the region to provide on job training to students of vocational streams.
*Modern Teaching Aids may be procurred and profusely utilized to supplement conventional teaching methods .
*Central media facility may be developed.
*Bridge courses may be introduced in all disciplines to help the disadvantaged students.
*For advanced learners, coaching classes , exposure to advanced centres of learning may be arranged.
*Spoken English lessons may be given to the students beyond the regular class hours.
*Placements and career counselling cell need to function more effectively to help the students.
*The laboratories for the Vocational courses needs modernisation and improvements. Qualified teachers may be appointed for running the vocational courses .
*The college should encourage research culture and teachers need to be motivated to submit research project and improve their qualifications.
*Computerization of the administrative work may be taken up urgently.
*Computer Training may be provided to the non teaching staff.
*Non teaching staff who are engagged for running the vocational courses may be suitably compensated.
*Students and teachers are to be motivated to make optimum utilisation of the library. A register may be maintained in the library to record the users and the principal may monitor the attendance of the students and teachers .
*The teacher : taught ratio of 1:49 is a matter of concern and needs rationalisation.
*In view of inadequate number of class rooms the college may probe the posibilities of introducing shift system. The college may institute formal mechanism for self appraisal of teachers , appraisal of teachers by the peers and the students to get feed back to improve teaching learning process.The college should inculcate the sprit of team work and develope work culture in order to attain execellance in the field of higher education.
Prof. Santhosh Kumar (Chairman)
Prof. J.K. Mohapata (Member)
Prof. N.N. Saste (Member)
Dr. Ishwar Dutt Principal
Date. August 7, 2003
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