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ANJUMAN ARTS SCIENCE and COMMERCE COLLEGE and PG Centre, Bhatkal, Karnataka
Address:Post Box 02, Anjumanabad
Uttara Kannada
Bhatkal (District KARWAR)
Karnataka, India



ANJUMAN ARTS SCIENCE and COMMERCE COLLEGE and PG Centre, Bhatkal Karnataka is a recognised institute / college. ANJUMAN ARTS SCIENCE and COMMERCE COLLEGE and PG Centre, Bhatkal Karnataka is also known as Anjuman Degree College (ADC) Bhatkal. ANJUMAN ARTS SCIENCE and COMMERCE COLLEGE and PG Centre, Bhatkal Karnataka is managed by Society: Anjuman Hami-e-Muslimeen. ANJUMAN ARTS SCIENCE and COMMERCE COLLEGE and PG Centre, Bhatkal Karnataka was established on / in 1968.


Principal of ANJUMAN ARTS SCIENCE and COMMERCE COLLEGE and PG Centre, Bhatkal Karnataka is Dr. K.C Nazeer Ahammad, Prof. A.M. Mulla (Mobile 9845578852).

ANJUMAN ARTS SCIENCE and COMMERCE COLLEGE and PG Centre is situated in Bhatkal of Karnataka state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at ANJUMAN ARTS SCIENCE and COMMERCE COLLEGE and PG Centre, Bhatkal Karnataka are 948061145.

email ID(s) is ANJUMAN ARTS SCIENCE and COMMERCE COLLEGE and PG Centre Bhatkal Karnataka

Website of ANJUMAN ARTS SCIENCE and COMMERCE COLLEGE and PG Centre, Bhatkal Karnataka is http://www.adc.ac.in/.


Contact Details of ANJUMAN ARTS SCIENCE and COMMERCE COLLEGE and PG Centre, Bhatkal Karnataka are : Telephone: +91-8385-226443, 222744



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ANJUMAN ARTS SCIENCE and COMMERCE COLLEGE and PG Centre, Bhatkal Karnataka runs course(s) in Degree stream(s).
B.Com, M.Com
BA, B.Sc
MA Kannada
PGCDA

Approval details: ANJUMAN ARTS SCIENCE and COMMERCE COLLEGE and PG Centre is affiliated with Karnatak University, Dharwad (Karnataka)



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NAAC report of ANJUMAN ARTS, SCIENCE and COMMERCE COLLEGE

Section I : Introduction
Anjuman Arts, Science and Commerce College, Bhatkal, Karnataka was established in the year 1968 as an Arts college. Science and Commerce faculties were initiated by the management in 1969 and 1971 respectively. The management of the institution, Anjuman Hami-e-Muslimeen have a strong economic and business base in the Gulf countries as well as in some cities in South India.

The college is located on a beautiful hillock in Bhatkal and is gifted with beautiful natural surroundings. The institution caters to the educational needs of the youth in and around Bhatkal. The college is run by Muslim community and majority of the students are Muslim. The college emblem reads, 'Allah bestows knowledge on humanity.' The admission procedure of the college is quite open and there is no religious, linguistic or regional bar on the students for admission.

The college is permanently affiliated to Karnataka University, Dharwad (Karnataka State). This is a grant-in-aid college and is recognized under 2(F) and 12(b) of the UGC Act since October 1970.

The college is situated in rural sector and shares an area of 55 acres along with the Engineering College and the College of Business Administration of the same management. The college offers courses in the faculties of Arts, Commerce and science through 16 departments and runs a self-financing course in computer science. There are 30 teachers currently working in the college out of which 25 are permanent teachers, four are temporary and one is a part time teacher, there are 10 members in the administrative staff and one is a technical staff in the college. The number of students enrolled in the existing UG programmes in the college is 407. Annual system of academic work is being followed in the college.

The college has centralized support services including library, computer centre, sports facilities, vehicle parking and canteen.

The management felt the need of assessment and accreditation of the college and submitted their Self-Study Report to the NAAC, Bangalore. NAAC constituted a Peer Team to validate the self-study report. The Peer Team comprised of the following members.

Prof. P.V.Vaidyanathan
Former Vice-Chancellor of Annamalai
University, Chairman.

Mrs. Ushahprabha Chavan
Principal, Dr.Pantangrao Kadam College,
Sangli.- Member

Dr.Sr. Marietta Pudota
Sr.Superior Sacred Heart Convent/ Atkinson School, Vijaywada, (A.P.)-Member Coordinator.

Dr. Jagannath Patil
Assistant advisor, NAAC was the NAAC
Representative.

The Peer Team visited the college on 29th and 30th August, 2004 and held interaction meetings with various constituents of the college. To validate the information given in the Self-study Report, the Peer Team held discussions with the members of the management, the Principal, the Staff, students, parents and alumni, visited all support services and went through all available documents of the college in course of two days. The Peer Team has drafted this report by keeping in mind the seven criteria identified by the NAAC and the performance of the college.

Section II : CRITERION-WISE ANALYSIS
Criterion I : Curricular Aspects
The college offers a range of programmes options viz. English, Kannada, Hindi, Urdu, Arabic, History, Economics and Political Science under the faculty of Arts, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Botany, Zoology, Computer Science under Science faculty. The college has flourishing Commerce Faculty. The College offers a programme in computer Science on self-financing basis. The above courses of study provide a base for higher studies.

The University prescribes the syllabi for all the courses of study. The programmes at UG level are for duration of three years. The departments do not seem to have any autonomy in academic and administrative or financial matters. Various curricular and extra-curricular activities undertaken by the college help the students to develop their personality and confidence. It is desirable to initiate more number of job-oriented certificate and diploma courses to help the rural students. If a formal feedback mechanism is evolved, to invite the views of the academic peers, educational and perspective employers on the efficiency of the college in imparting quality education relevant to the region, it would be helpful. Courses should be designed to meet such needs.

Criterion II : Teaching, Learning and Evaluation
The students are admitted to various courses of study on the basis of interviews and their academic record. The educationally disadvantaged students are given extra-coaching and the facility of book bank is open to them. The advanced learners are motivated to present seminars/papers and are encouraged to participate in classroom discussions or demonstrations.

The college follows the self-appraisal method to evaluate the performance of the teachers. Two members of the teaching staff have attended national level seminars while other two members have attended international level seminars. The college has the freedom and the resources to appoint and pay the staff recruited on temporary basis. The performance of the students is reviewed periodically by the staff, the Principal and the college Governing body

Criterion III : Research , Consultancy and Extension
The teaching staff is involved in research activities. Three teachers have obtained doctorate degree while Eight teachers hold M.Phil degree. Two teachers are recognized to guide research students registered for Ph.D.They have a number of research scholars working under them. They have published works to their credit as well.

The college conducts extension activities and at times takes the help of other agencies such as the Bank, Forest department, Hospitals, Panchayat etc,.

It is desirable to identify weak students and the advanced learners. Similarly, an assessment of student's knowledge and skills for a particular programme is made after admission. Learner centered teaching methods could include the use of audiovisual aids and some advance techniques of presentations.

It is desirable to have a research committee in the college for submitting project proposals. This will enable the institution to secure research grants from funding agencies by submitting research projects.

Criterion IV: Infrastructure and Learning Resources
The Anjuman Arts, Science and Commerce College is located on an elevated hilltop and shares an area of 55 acres of land with college of Engineering and the college of Business administration. The college has established itself as an institution catering to the educational needs of the students of remote areas of Bhatkal taluk.

Anjuman Arts, Science and Commerce College started in June 1968 as Arts College, introduced Science in 1969 and Commerce in 1971. Within 10 years the college building was constructed in the present campus. Vehicle parking, Botanical Garden, Renovation of Canteen went along with the campus beautification plan that suggested the growth of the college.

The new building consists of classroom, laboratories, computer laboratory with Internet connection, central library with a total of 20846 books and 63 Journals. The working days of the library are 294 days and working hours are from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. There is a book bank facility in the central library. Xerox machine also has been kept in the library for the use of college as well as the students.

The college management encourages the use of academic facilities by external agencies like providing books, overhead projectors to them. They also make available their building and the sports complex.

Efforts are made to keep the campus beautiful and pollution free by tree plantation, cleaning washing and dusting the furniture.

Criterion V: Students Support and Progression
The institution runs sufficient support services to ensure the development of all its students. The number of students appearing at the qualifying examination is quite high and the dropout rate is minimum. Progression to employment and further studies is about 35%.

The Alumni of this college hold prominent positions Such as M.L.A, District Board Vice President, as Bank Managers, as Judges, Magistrate and Advocates, as Scientists, C.A., etc in and out side the countries.

A prestigious Dr. C. V. Raman scholarship is awarded every year to the meritorious student from science faculty. About 140 students receive various types of scholarships like-Merit-cum Means, Post metric, SC/ST and other scholarships, National Loan scholarships, etc. The college has a poor students fund and gives financial assistance and awards to the poor students. In this matter the college takes the help of other agencies as well.

Students Welfare Officers organizes career guidance programmes to enlighten students on the availability of employment opportunities.

Besides, teachers participate in academic and personal counseling to their allotted classes. Students actively participate in NSS and NCC activities and camps, talent competitions, aptitude tests, in trekking. They also participated in cross-country race, cycle race, two-wheeler rally etc.

The College publishes prospectus annually in which details of courses, syllabi, fee structure, admission procedure rules and regulations and policies are printed to make clear to the students.

College provide facilities like water cooler, letter box, bank extension counter, STD ,a sports oval, parking shed, indoor games, nature clubs, student magazine and bulletin, outdoor games, debate clubs and cultural programmes.

Criterion VI: Organisation and Management
Anjuman Arts Science and Commerce College was recognized by UGC under 2f and 12b in the year 1970. The UGC scale were implemented for teaching staff from 1-1-1986. This college was granted permanent affiliation status by the Karnatak University in the year 1989. The college has internal co-ordinating and monitoring mechanism through various staff

Committees, Vice-Principal, Principal and the Governing body. There is an inbuilt mechanism to check the work efficiency of the non-teaching staff by frequently meetings with the principal. There are various committees appointed in the college to prepare academic calendar, timetable and to maintain the proper discipline in the College

The college has staff welfare credit co-operative society through which loans are provided to the permanent employees. The staff of the computer science department trained the non-teaching staff to operate the computers for office work.

Criterion VII: Healthy Practices
The Peer Team visited the departments, laboratories, sports complex, the canteen and other supporting services, had discussion with the principal, students, faculty, staff, management alumni and parents and went through the documents presented in order to validate their claims. The team felt that the following are some of the healthy practices adopted by the college.

Counseling during admissions

Discipline students

Friendly faculty

Admission policy in respect of employee's children.

Research work in the department of Kannada and Urdu

The students are counseled during admissions in the choice of the courses suitable to their capability. Students are by and large satisfied and disciplined and they feel that the faculty is very helpful. Employee's children are provided admission to the professional courses run by the same management at concessional rate.

Section III : Over all Analysis
The Peer Team, after visiting the college and interacting with the stake holders, are of the opinion that the following may be considered as favourable points worth mentioning.

Counseling provided during admissions.

Helping the students in registering with the employment exchange.

Students discipline

Friendly faculty

Award of scholarships in merit -cum means basis.

Research atmosphere in the Kannada and Urdu departments.

However the team feels that the following are the points of concern to which the college must pay attention.

Provide horizontal as well as vertical mobility to the students in education.

The computerization of the library is initiated. Internet connection and other facilities like audio and videocassettes may be provided for borrowing the central library.

The number of volumes in the library may be increased.

Departments may be provided with computer facilities and Internet connection.
A suitable gymnasium should be set up to facilitate physical growth and the health of the students.

An organaised placement cell may be set up to motivate the students in suitable employment.

An Alumni association is to be formed and should be effectively functioning with view to tap the potentials of the Alumni.

It is desirable to have linkages with national and international institution of higher learning to upgrade teaching and research modes

The College may initiate steps to obtain feed back from the students academic peers and prospective employers for the restructuring of the courses

The peer team is thankful to the management, principal, staff and students for making its visits purposeful and wishes the college all success in their future endeavors.

(Prof. P.V.Vaidyanathan)
Chairman.

(Mrs. Ushahprabha Chavan)
Member

(Dr.Sr. Marietta Pudota)
Member

[Prof. H.M. Zarzari]
Principal

Place : Bhatkal.

Date : 30-08-2004

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