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DAV College, Naneola, Haryana
DAV College, Naneola, Haryana
Naneola (District Ambala)
DAV College, Naneola Haryana is a recognised institute / college. Status: Aided. DAV College, Naneola Haryana was established on / in 1974.
Principal of DAV College, Naneola Haryana is Dr. Kamdeva Jha, Sh. Hem Raj Sharma (Mobile 94160-23285), Dr. Poonam Talwar.
DAV College is situated in Naneola of Haryana state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Residence Phone No(s) of concerned peron(s) of DAV College, Naneola Haryana is (are) : 0171-2540045.
Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at DAV College, Naneola Haryana are 9416023285.
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Website of DAV College, Naneola Haryana is http://davcnaneola.org/.
Contact Details of DAV College, Naneola Haryana are : 0171-2851332, 2851726
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CoursesDAV College, Naneola Haryana runs course(s) in Degree stream(s).
Approval details: DAV College is affiliated with Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra (Haryana)
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NAAC report of DAV College, NaneolaSection 1: - Introduction
D.A.V. college was established in 1974 at Naneola, a remote village of mixed culture in the district of Ambala in Haryana. Since then it has been serving the rural agrarian community of the border area of Haryana & Punjab. One of the objectives of this college is to spread the healthy values and practices of Arya Samaj. The college is affiliated to the Kurukshetra University and has a campus of 4.5 acres in the village Naneola. It has been recognized by the university grant commission (UGC) under 2 f and 12 B in 1977. (But financial eligibility was not available due to limitation of student strength in the college. Recently with the increase in student strength the college is eligible for grant.) The college has only one faculty i.e. faculty of Arts, and it offers programmes at under graduate (U.G.) level. The college has 09 academic departments, Viz English, Hindi, Sanskrit, Punjabi, History, Political Science, Economics and Physical education.
The college has a permanent faculty strength of 09 at present and it has 152 students on its rolls. Location of the college being rural, it has proved a boon for the poor and needy rural students of the border area of Punjab and Haryana in general and girls in particular. The college has been an instrument in shattering the deep-rooted and age-old complexes in the mind of the rural folk. The women education which used to be a social taboo few decades ago, today stands a matter of pride for the local people. Thus the college has been functioning from its inception in bringing the academic as well as physical, mental and spiritual awakening among students.
The college is receiving grant-in-aid from the state government. It is governed and managed by the DAV college managing committee as per the regulations of the Kurukshetra University Kurukshetra.
Normally, all institutions go through various stages of development and ultimate stage of development is aspiring for excellence, where the focus is not just the impression of the society but the value judgment of an objective process. With this view, the college has initiated a process of introspection of its programmes and activities to identify its strengths and weaknesses and also plan for the future growth of the college. As a follow up of their work, DAV. College has volunteered to be assessed and accredited by the NAAC and submitted its Self-Study Report in the prescribed format to NAAC in December 2003. A peer-team was constituted by NAAC for the validation of the self-study report and for the assessment of performance of the college, which had the following composition: Prof. Hira Adyanthaya, Vice chancellor, Tilak Maharastra Vidyapeeth, Pune as Chairperson, Dr. Suresh C. Sharma, Principal, Moti Lal Nehru College (Evening)-Delhi as Member. The deliberations of the peer team were co-ordinated by Shri. B.S. Madhukar, Deputy Adviser NAAC.
The peer-team visited DAV. College, Naneola. Haryana during Nov. 10-12, 2003. After carefully studying and analyzing the Self-Study report submitted by the college, the peer team visited the departments, common facilities and support services of the college on its campus. The meeting and discussion with the Principal, Heads of Departments, Faculty members, Non-teaching staff, and students, proved to be useful. The peer team was also pleased to meet the college management and representative groups of parents and alumni. Based on these visits, meetings and interactions, the peer team has made a comprehensive assessment of DAV. college, Naneola and all its activities under the seven criteria laid down by NAAC and the same has been presented in this report. The commendable features of the college and also the matters of concern have been highlighted in the Report.
Section 2 : Criterion-wise Analysis
CRITERION I :CURRICULAR ASPECTS
The college offers three years degree course in arts. The students are offered Hindi & English as compulsory subjects, plus two more elective subjects out of Sanskrit/Punjabi, History, Political Science and Economics. The students have flexibility to change the elective subject within stipulated period as per the directions of the University. The college follows the academic calendar issued by the University. Though the institution works within the parameter of the University syllabi, the feedback from the academic peers helps the college in bringing about some changes in the curriculum as per the need of the area, where the college is situated. Based on this feedback the college may think of introducing some Certificate/Diploma courses. The strength of this college is in imparting education to the girl students of this backward area. The goals and objectives of the college are achieved by educating the first generation girl students of this area. In addition to this goal, the mission of character-building and moral awakening among the students is also well achieved by the college. The ratio of girls to boy students (40:60) is very encouraging. One faculty from the department of history is the member of the Board of Studies of the University. The college has started computer-training programme during the college hours on its own initiative which is a welcome step.
CRITERION II: TEACHING- LEARNING AND EVALUATION
The college has a transparent admission process. The students are admitted on the basis of their academic record and interviews. The students are made to write assignments, which are evaluated by the teachers to assess the students in each term. Class tests are also given; weak students are provided remedial courses in required subjects.
The teachers of the college are encouraged to prepare a teaching plan. The lecture method is supplemented by group discussion, assignments and departmental seminars. It is suggested that modern teaching aids be used to supplement class room teaching. The evaluation methods are communicated to the students in the beginning of the year itself.
The overall performance of the students is monitored periodically. The teachers are recruited as per university rules through properly constituted selection committees.
For immediate need, college appoints ad-hoc/temporary teachers and payment is made out of the amalgamated fund of the college.
Two teachers have attended National level seminars, 185 teaching days and 100% classes being taught is very encouraging. The faculty is attending orientation and refresher courses to update their knowledge & skill. The faculty members may be encouraged to improve their academic qualifications.
CRITERION III: RESEARCH, CONSULTANCY AND EXTENSION
The teachers may be encouraged to do research work. Two teachers are part time research scholars. Two teachers have done Ph.D. The college may form a research committee to improve the research activities. Teachers may be encouraged to undertake minor/major research projects available with University Grants Commission.
The research publication of the faculty member in the department of Sanskrit is encouraging. Faculty members from other departments may be advised to take up publication activities. The extension activities like community orientation programmes, health and hygiene awareness, aids awareness, blood donation camps are being carried out by the college. The students are motivated to participate in the various out-reach programmes like adopting a village, performing street plays against social evils, maintaining peace and harmony among different sections of the society. NSS and NCC wings of the college are doing very well.
NGO's & GO's and citizens forums like Nawajawan Sabha and Jivan Sudhar Dramatic Club are utilized by the college to spread the lesson of moral values and noble living in the community. Many camps have been organised by NSS and NCC wings of the college. The NCC wing of the college is working well. Record shows that a number of NCC cadets got selected in army, paramilitary forces because of their possessing of 'C' certificates. The teacher incharge of NCC has achieved the highest rank that of Major due to his continuous efforts in this field. The efforts of the college to promote extension activities deserves appreciation. The college may the explore possibility of providing consultancy services for the benefit of community.
CRITERION IV : INFRASTRUCTURE AND LEARNING RESOURCES
The college has a campus of 4.5 acres with adequate infrastructure and has a plan to meet the need for augmenting the infrastructure to keep pace with the academic growth. Five computers have already been installed and five more are likely to be purchased soon. A computer room has been provided for this. The college has a plan to make all the students computer literate. NCC, NSS, library, examination, sports and office have been provided with proper physical infrastructure. The college management has provided a bus for the girl students coming from the remote rural villages. This bus facility has increased the number of girl students seeking admission and the step was highly appreciated by the parents and alumni of the college. If one more bus for villages in Punjab state area is provided, the number of girl students seeking admission may increase. Infrastructure is well maintained. Additional two rooms are under construction to meet the need of sports department.
The college has a library advisory committee. Magazines and Newspapers are subscribed in a good number. The working hours of the library are from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. and working days are 6 days a week. The library needs to be strengthened considerably now with the availability of the UGC funds.
The department of physical education is active. Sports infrastructure is quite satisfactory. Incentive to students in sports are given. A noteworthy factor is the student participation at the university, state and national level in sports and several awards won by them. Girl student's participation and winning awards in sports is a special achievement of the college. The outstanding sports persons are given various incentives like fee-concessions, free books and cash prizes. Canteen facility is available and is located outside the college premises.
CRITERION V: STUDENT SUPPORT AND PROGRESSION
The pass percentage of students range from 75 to 100 %; which is highly appreciated but dropout rate is high. Efforts may be made to reduce the drop out rate. Though there is no data maintained for employment and further study, on the average 20% students seem to be going for employment and further study which is a good beginning.
The alumni of the college are holding prominent positions like judges, M.L.A., Distt. Transport Officer, Tehsildar etc. Quite a few are also working as bank officers, teachers, advocates and police officers. The college may initiate steps to form a Alumni association.
The college publishes its prospectus annually which is of great help to the students as it includes all the informations required by them. The financial aid to the students comes mostly from state government scholarship and merit cum means schemes. About 35 students received financial assistance in the last two years. DAV management and a few faculty members also support needy students which is praiseworthy.
The students are provided guidance by the teachers through counseling in an informal manner. Career guidance bureau is not available in a formal form but few advertisements are displayed on the notice board in the library. Provision may be made to guide the students in respect of competitive examination etc.
Students participate in cultural programmes, music and dance competitions etc. College may promote and train the students in local dance forms like Bhangra, Giddha etc.
CRITERION VI: ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT
The college is well governed by the D.A.V. College Management Committee. This college also has an internal co-ordinating mechanism represented by the managing committee, senior staff, and co-ordinators. The principal conducts meetings of the faculty members almost every month to discuss all matters of importance to the college. The college follows the government fee structure and any increase in students fund is only for a specific purpose. During the last two years no defect in the budget is noted.
As for as welfare programmes, loan facility like P.F. loan and wheat loan is available. The college may consider establishing a grievance cell at the college for the staff and students. Although the present informal system of grievance redressal seems to be working well, the college may examine formalizing this arrangement in the future. A women welfare cell established in the college is working very well and is proved to be a boon for the girl students of the backward area. College may also start some medical aid scheme for the teachers and non-teaching staff. The mobilization of resources through donation by the college is appreciated.
CRITERION VII: HEALTHY PRACTICES
In the context of the working of this institution the following healthy practices were observed by the team:
To provide working knowledge of computers to all the students of the college.
Subsidised bus service provided by the college for the benefit of girl students.
The help provided to the Police department by the NCC cadets in regulating traffic in the town.
'Show matches' organized by the college to promote sports.
Ethusiasm of the students, discipline and their eagerness to learn.
Cordial atmosphere on the campus and healthy relationship between the teachers and the taught.
Excellent relationship with the community and efforts to meet and convince parents to enroll girl students for higher education.
Section-3 :- Overall Analysis
In nearly 30 years of its existence DAV. college, Naneola has made gradual progress in its pursuit of providing opportunities for higher education in the village Naneola of Haryana. Through its good infrastructure and continuous efforts to propagate importance of education, the college has attracted the goodwill of the rural society. The college has focused on its motto 'Tamasoma Jyotirgamaya' in imparting higher education. It acts as a link between the rural and the urban, the traditional and the modern, the ignorant and the enlightened. The peer team is convinced that the college has a number of commendable features leading to the improvement of standard in the quality of education imparted. A few important ones among these are given below:-
The teaching faculty of the college are devoted and committed to the institution. They have been undertaking many useful activities in students' training like field visits, street plays for awakening, education tours/camps, intercollegiate contests etc. outside their normal work.
The college has done very well in developing and using support services viz. Computer Lab., NCC, NSS and Women Cell and Library for development of the college.
Based on the active participation of teaching faculty and non-teaching staff and the support of the benevolent management, the Principal of the college has been able to maintain a harmonious and well-disciplined atmosphere on the campus.
The college is well governed and managed by its founding society, viz DAV. college Managing Committee, which has deep and abiding interest in providing higher educational opportunities to all students belonging to the rural area.
The college has proved a boon especially to the girl students, who have proved their mettle not only in educational field but also in sports. Their self-confidence has developed during their study at the college.
The bus facility for the girls and a plan for introduction of the computer courses on the college campus are an indicator of the genuine efforts for the positive growth of the college.
The peer team would like to make the following suggestions for the consideration of the college for bringing in further improvements in the quality and excellence in all its programmes and activities in the future: -
Preparation of short term and long term plan for the development of the college.
The ratio of teaching faculty to the number of students is much lower than prescribed by UGC. The college may give special attention to this and correct the situation soon.
The college has potential to develop as an institution with some professional or vocational courses for the students. Therefore the college should come forward to introduce more skill-oriented programmes, which will cater to the need of the society in general, and agricultural and service sector in particular.
Speedy steps are required at the college to enable all the students and staff to become proficient in the use of computers and Internet. This may require expansion and upgradation of the existing facilities including the setting up of a centralized computer facility at the college. A photocopy machine may also be purchased .
The college may provide for remedial courses in English language, particularly in spoken English before or after the college hours depending upon the convenience of the teachers and students. This view was expressed by the students.
At least twice a year, parents of students may be invited to meet the Principal and staff to discuss the academic performance of their wards.
College magazine may be published regularly.
The canteen may be shifted to the college premises as desired by the students unanimously.
The peer team is impressed by the progress made by the college so far. The peer team is also pleased to see the respect and attention that the college has been receiving from the alumni, parents and society. The peer team wishes the college all the best in its forward march to achieve excellence in all spheres of its activities. It also records its deep appreciation for the whole hearted cooperation, support and goodwill extended to it by the management board, the principal and all the constituents of the college.
Explore to introduce certificate/Diploma courses in subjects of local relevance in the college.
Probation of the short & long visit document for the college.
The students in their feed back requested
Help in debilitating them to develop thickly in spoken English.
Guidance & support for strengthen cultural activities.
In case the analyzing of computer in the lab & accesses to Internet.
Move the canteen facility to the campus
English parboiling to introducing group project work to students
In charge Student Strength.
Coaching facilities in Sports.
Computerization to leb. Library & office with naming for the staff.
Strangling Career courtly activities.
Prof. Hira Adyanthaya
Dr. Suresh C. Sharma
Dr. M.R. Gupta
Place :- Naneola, Ambala
Date :- 11th Nov. 2003
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