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Adarsha Science, JB Arts and Birla Commerce Mahavidyalaya, Dhamangaon, Maharashtra
Adarsha Science, JB Arts and Birla Commerce Mahavidyalaya, Dhamangaon, Maharashtra
Dhamangaon (District Amravati)
Maharashtra, IndiaPin Code : 444709
Adarsha Science, JB Arts and Birla Commerce Mahavidyalaya, Dhamangaon Maharashtra is a recognised institute / college. Adarsha Science, JB Arts and Birla Commerce Mahavidyalaya, Dhamangaon Maharashtra is also known as Adarsh Science,Jairamdas Bhagchand Arts and Birla Commerce Mahavidyalaya, Adarsha Mahavidyalaya Dhamangaon Rly.. Adarsha Science, JB Arts and Birla Commerce Mahavidyalaya, Dhamangaon Maharashtra is managed by Society: Dhamangaon Education Society (Estd 1914). Adarsha Science, JB Arts and Birla Commerce Mahavidyalaya, Dhamangaon Maharashtra was established on / in 1961.
Principal of Adarsha Science, JB Arts and Birla Commerce Mahavidyalaya, Dhamangaon Maharashtra is Dr. Y.B. Gandole ( M.Sc. Ph.D. A.D.C.S.S.A.).
Adarsha Science, JB Arts and Birla Commerce Mahavidyalaya is situated in Dhamangaon of Maharashtra state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Adarsha Science, JB Arts and Birla Commerce Mahavidyalaya, Dhamangaon Maharashtra are 9421737928.
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Contact Details of Adarsha Science, JB Arts and Birla Commerce Mahavidyalaya, Dhamangaon Maharashtra are : 07222-237045
CoursesAdarsha Science, JB Arts and Birla Commerce Mahavidyalaya, Dhamangaon Maharashtra runs course(s) in Arts, Commerce Science stream(s).
B.C.A., M.A. (Economics), M.C.M., Ph.D. in Botany & Microbiology
Profile of Adarsha Science, JB Arts and Birla Commerce MahavidyalayaDhamangaon Education Society's Executive Body
Shri. Sharadkumarji Agrawal President
Shri. Pradeepkumarji Lunawat Vice-President
Dr. Prakashchandraji Rathi Secretary
Dr. Omprakashji Chandak Joint Secretary
Shri Alsidasji Rathi Member
Shri Thakurdasji Rathi Member
Adv. Rameshchandraji Chandak Member
Dr. Inderchandraji Agrawal Member
Shri Zumberlalji Rathi Member
Shri Chandrashekharji Rathi Member
Shri Shyamsundarji Agrawal Member
Shri Gangadasji Mokati Member
Shri Sudhirkumarji Jagtap Member
Shri Ashokkumarji Saklecha Member
Shri Govindlalji Zanwar Member
Shri Harish Mundhada Member
No. Name Designation Department Qualification
1 Dr. Y.B.Gandole Principal Electronics M.Sc. Ph.D. A.D.C.S.S.A..
2 Dr. S.P.Kulkarni Associated Professor Chemistry M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.
3 Dr.Mrs. J. P. Naik Associated Professor Sanskrit M.A. Ph.D.
4 Dr. V.A.Kamble Associated Professor Microbiology M.Sc. Ph.D.
5 G.N.Budhalani Associated Professor Microbiology M.Sc.
6 Dr. V. M. Tripattiwar Associated Professor Marathi M.A. Ph.D.
7 S.G.Onkar Associated Professor Physics M.Sc.
8 S.A.Rodge Associated Professor Electronics M.Sc A.D.C.S.S.A..
9 D.C. Karmore Associated Professor Economics M.A.
10 V.S.Thool Associated Professor Physics M.Sc.
11 Mrs. M. Y. Kopulwar D.P.E Physical Edu. M. P. Ed. NIS
12 S.A.Gogate Associated Professor Comp. Science M.Sc (phy.) , PGDCA. M.SC (Subject Communication), B.Ed.
13 S.J. Gadekar Associated Professor Commerce M.Com. M.Phil.
14 D.K. Shrungare Assistant Professor Economics M.A. SET
15 S.D.Patil Assistant Professor English M.A. M.Phil
16 K. H. Barapatre Assistant Professor History M.A. M.Phil. B.Ed.
17 R.R. kuralkar Librarian Library M.LIB. NET
18 A.G. Naranje Assistant Professor Commerce M. Com. NET
19 Dr. A. V. Chinchmalatpure D.P.E. Physical Edu. M.P.Ed. NET Ph.D.
20 Dr. S.O.Qureshi Assistant Professor Zoology M.Sc. NET Ph.D
21 N.P. Singhavi Assistant Professor Commerce M.Com. M.Phil.
22 Dr. S.N. Bayaskar Assistant Professor Mathematics M.Sc. M.Phil., Ph.D.
23 J.G. Suryavanshi Assistant Professor Zoology M.Sc. M.Phil.
24 S.T. Pendam Assistant Professor Botany M.Sc. M.Phil.
25 S.V. Manohare Assistant Professor Chemistry M.Sc. NET
26 Mrs. A. N. Rangari Assistant Professor Mathematics M.Sc. M.Phil
Having regard to the fact that education plays a key role in bringing up the social structure of the nation, late Shri Shrinarayanji Agrawal, a yogic man by practice known for his prudence, unparalleled devotion and dedication and above all, his simplicity sowed the seed of Dhamangaon Education Society way back in 1914. He was inspired in this endeavour by his contemporaries, late Shri Jamnalalji Bajaj and late Shri Shrikrishnadasji Jaju. D.E.S. thus perhaps happens to be the oldest and pioneering institution in the Vidarbha region rendering yeoman's service to the cause of education in a small town of Dhamangaon and adjoining rural areas of Amravati district.
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NAAC report of Dhamangaon Education Societys Adarsha Science,Jairamdas Bhagchand Arts and Birla Commerce MahavidyalaySECTION 1 : INTRODUCTION
Dhamangaon Education Societys Adarsha Science,Jairamdas Bhagchand Arts and Birla Commerce Mahavidyalay, Dhamangaon, Dist. Amravati, Maharashtra. The College was established in 1961 under the aegies of Dhamangaon Education Society which was started in 1914 with the objective of imparting education to the poor masses in the region. This Society is the oldest Institution in Vidarbha Region. The Society through a network of 15 institutions from Balakmandir to Post Graduate College is catering to the educational needs of 6000 students.
The College which was started in 1961 with Arts & Commerce faculties now has B.A., B.Sc., M.A.(Economics). It is also recognized Network Access Centre (NAC) for MS-CIT course of State-Govt. The College is selected as Nodal Centre for 'E-Administration' by Director of Higher Education. The College though located in a rural area has modern out look towards higher education.
At present the College is offering 06 academic programmes-03 U.G., 01 P.G., 01 Certificate Course and 01 Ph.D. and has a total enrolment 702 students out of which about 300 are girls. The faculty consists of 26 permanent, 03 temporary and 13 Part -time (Total 42) supported by 20 non-teaching staff. It is a non-autonomous College affiliated to Amravati University, Amravati , recognized under 2f of the U.G.C. Act. It has a campus area of 3 acres 17 gunthas. It gets grants-in-aid from Govt. of Maharashtra and has an annual budget of Rs.1,12,20,000/-. The unit cost of education is Rs.15532. Besides Grants-in-aid and support from the Management some resources are generated through self financing courses and Health Centre. The temporal plan of academic work is annual system.
The support services available in the College are Central Library Computer centre, Audio-visual Centre, Health Centre, Sports facilities, Hostel building and Grievance Redressal Cell.
During the last 05 years 07 students have passed UGC NET and 02 students UGC SLET exam. The students of the College topped the University Merit List on 06 occasions and could find place in Merit List on several occasions.
The teaching staff is recruited through Selection Committee constituted as per University Act.
Teaching days in a session are 181. The library has 30421 Books and subscribes to 28 national and international Journals. One Research Project with a total outlay of Rs.25,000 is in progress.
This is the only College from the University Area nominated by U.G.C. W.R.O. for the National Level Workshop on 'Technology Enabled Teaching and Learning', at Banglore during 3 - 5 Nov.- 2003.
The College volunteered itself for Assessment and Accreditation and submitted its Self-Study Report to the NAAC on 22 August 2003. The Peer Team consisting of Dr. P.K.Mishra (Chairperson,) Former Vice-Chancellor, North Orissa University, Prof. A. K. Saxena (Member Coordinator) Former Principal, V.R.Government Girls P.G.College, Gwaliar and Prof. C.A. Narayana Panicker (Member) Former Principal, Victoria College, Palakkad (Kerala) visited the institution on 19-20 January 2004 and had useful interactions with the Management, Principal, Faculties, Supporting Staff, Students, Alumni and Parents and also visited different Departments and Support Services. The Peer Team after making comprehensive assessment under the seven criteria laid down by NAAC is pleased to submit the following Criterion-wise report highlighting the commendable features of the College and also matters of concern.
SECTION 2 : CRIETERION WISE ANALYSIS
CRITERION I : CURRICULAR ASPECTS
The College has stated its goal and objective as to impart quality education and cater to the needs of the rural youth in developing their overall personality and inculcate in them the spirit of nationality and secularism.
The College located in semi-urban area is providing undergraduate education in the faculties of Arts, Science and Commerce. It has 15 Under-graduate and 01 Post-graduate departments. In B.Com. all subjects are compulsory except Computer Applications which is optional. In B.Sc. besides compulsory languages the options available are (1) Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry (2) Mathematics, Physics, Computer Science. (3) Mathematics, Physics, and Electronics (4) Microbiology, Zoology and Chemistry (5) Microbiology, Botany and Chemistry (6) Computer Science, Physics, Electronics. For B. A. the options available are (1) Political Science, Economics, History (2) Political Science , Economics and Sanskrit Literature. Masters Programme in Economics is available. 75% of the programme options are knowledge based and 25% skill based. Curriculum are designed by the University Boards of Studies which the College has to follow. Teachers of the College who are members of the University Board of Studies are associated with curriculum designing.
CRITERION II : TEACHING, LEARNING AND EVALUATION
The Institution has a transparent admission process. The Students are selected for admission on merit determined on the basis of their academic records. Advanced learners are helped / motivated by giving them additional library support and through class seminars. The teachers prepare teaching plans and maintain academic diaries. Syllabi are unitized and their implementation is monitored through checking of Academic diaries and Review Meetings. Lecture method of teaching is supplemented by using charts / slides, VCD and through experiments and demonstrations. The number of teaching days are 181. Ratio of full-time teachers, to part-time teachers is 30:13 and percentage of classes taught by full time faculty is 80%. Out of total 42 sanctioned faculty posts for different departments 16 posts are vacant and work is being done by appointing temporary and Clock Hours Basis teachers. Posts are vacant because the Govt.of Maharashtra has imposed ban on filling of vacant posts by making regular appointments. Creation of new posts and recruitment is done as per University norms in conjunction with State Policy. Students performance is evaluated annually through examinations conducted by the University. Periodical unit tests and special workshops for students are conducted.
The College organized Amravati University Chemistry Teachers Conference for restructuring the UG/ PG syllabi in 2002. It has also organized Vidarbha Level Economics Teachers Conference in 1983-84.
The faculty members attend Refresher Courses /Faculty Development Programmes . However, during the last two years the participation in such programmes has been nil.
The College constitutes various committees of Faculty members for internal management and performing different activities.
CRITERION III : RESEARCH, CONSULTANCY AND EXTENSION
Being an undergraduate College functioning in the semi-urban environment the main focus is on teaching . However, there is some evidence of Research work. Teachers are given study leave for research. College encourages individual efforts . About 10% of the teachers are engaged in active research. During the last two years two Ph.D. have been awarded. Department of Botany has one ongoing Research Project with an outlay of Rs.25,000 sanctioned by UGC.
The main extension activities of the College are Community Development, Health Hygiene awareness, adult education, AIDS awareness, Medical Camp etc. NSS is the main agency for these activities. The students of the College bagged the First Prize in the National Level Essay Competition organized by D.A.E. at 03 occasions and other Prizes at several occasions. Students and teachers are encouraged to participate in various Socio-cultural activities of the township, and in the Blood Donation camp, Pulse Polio Drive, Relief funds, Police Mitra, Educational rallies, Communal Harmony and National Harmony programmes Physico-chemical analysis of water etc. A volunteer from the College Unit was selected for N.I.C. for N.S.S..
The Botany department of the College is recognized as Research Centre by Amravati Unviersity One Faculty member has links for research work with MACS (Pune) G.N.College of Science Ballarpur, Institution of Himalayan Bio-research, Technology Palampur (HP) and CABI England. Faculty members are invited as visiting faculties and resource persons in refresher courses for College teachers. Many faculty members have published research papers and some have undertaken U.G.C. funded Research Projects. Dept. of Sanskrit organizes Workshop for Sanskrit conversation of 10 days duration every year.
CRITERION IV : INFRASTRUCTURE AND LEARNING RESOURCES
The College has a campus area of 3 acres 17 gunthas. The College building is 3 floored. It has 23 class-rooms, 07 laboratories, teaching departments, administrative blocks, library, computer centre staff rooms, seminar hall, and stage for cultural programmes, multi-gym and well laid out play grounds. The campus is well maintained and is pollution free. The plantation at the outskirts give a flowered view. Infrastructure facilities are optimally utilized. Science Departments have well equipped laboratories. The College library has Advisory Committee. Book Bank facility is available. Library services are not computerized though it has computers. It has a stock 30,421 books on different subjects 28 Journals and Periodicals are subscribed. It has a good collection of reference books and 400 video cassettes. Working hours of the library are from 8-00 AM to 5-00 PM.
Central Computer facilities are available in the College. Computer centre has 10 computers with internet facilities. It works from 9-00 AM to 5-00 PM on all week days. Two Departments also have computers. The College organized five day Computer Literacy programme.
The College has well equipped Sports and Physical Education centre. Facilities for Basket Ball, Hand ball, Table Tennis , Kabaddi, Lawn Tennis, Malkhambs are available in the College premises. For cricket and track and field events. The ground of Dhamangaon Education Society (Parent Body) are used. During the last year 30 students participated at University level, 10 at State level, 01 each at regional and national level and won prize and distinctions. The College provides prizes and other incentives to outstanding sports persons. Sports is a strong activity of the College. The College has a well equipped Health Centre with 12 station multi-gym and other facilities.
The College has a 100 seater Hostel Building but for the last two years there are no takers as most of the students are locals and from nearby areas.
CRITERION V : STUDENT SUPPORT AND PROGRESSION
About 65% of the students appearing at the qualifying exams after the minimum period of the study and the rest 35% are drop out. Progression to employment and further study is 30%. The Alumni of the College hold good positions. Many of them are in teaching and Medical professions. Some of them are now members of College L.M.C. During the last 5 years, 07 students have qualified U.G.C. NET and 02 UGC SLET Examinations.
The College publishes its prospectus annually containing all the necessary information regarding academic programmes available, admission procedure, fee structure, financial aids available etc.
Financial aids available to the students include National/State Govt. Merit Scholarships, Govt. Public School Scholarship, Talent Development Scholarship ,EBC, Scholarship, Freedom Fighters /Teachers Wards /Handicapped / GOI Scholarship etc. During the last two years about 50 students got these scholarships.
Career Counselling is done by teachers only. The College has recently constituted Alumni Association which is still in a formative stage.
Recreational /leisure time facilities available to the students are, out door games, Audio-Video facilities, cultural programmes, Health Centre and Multi-gym. The students are encouraged to submit projects for 'Marathi Vignyan Parishad Yuva Vaignyanik Award 2003'.
Various literary/cultural events are organized and students are motivated to participate in such activities. Students publish a fortnightly Wall Magazine. Study tour is organized every year. Sufficient stress is laid on all round personality development of students through such activities.
CRITERION VI : ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT
The College has Committee form of organization. Besides the Governing Body and Local Management Committee, 27 Advisory Committees have been constituted to look after various aspects of management, implementation of programmes and also for carrying out various academic and co-curricular activities . These Committees ensure internal co-ordination and also provide monitoring mechanism. Academic calendar is prepared and implemented. Tuition and other fee structure is in conformity with Govt./University rules. During the last three years, there has been no change in fee structure . The annual budget of the College for 2003-2004 is Rs.1,12,20,000/-. It is a deficit budget. Deficit is met by LMC . Accounts are annually audited by C.A.,and A.G. Office.
College Consumer Co-operative Store provides supplies to Staff at competitive rates on instalment basis. Permanent employees get loans from Employee's Credit Society against their salary. College itself does not provide any loan facility.
Grievance Redressal cell has been constituted very recently. College Office is partially computerized and is well organised. The College avails Development Grants from U.G.C. During IX Plan the College got Rs.9,00,000/-. As Developmental Assistance from UGC. For Xth Plan, the College has been sanctioned Rs.9,50,000/-by U.G.C. The College implemented U.G.C. COSIP Programme (1985-1990). The parent body provides financial assistance for organizing academic Conferences.
CRITERION VII : HEALTHY PRACTICES
The College promotes collective planning and decision making and team work through Committees . Regular academic programmes are strengthened through complementary systems like Self financing courses. A modest beginning has been made by starting MS-CIT course under self-financing scheme. Value based education is provided through NSS-NCC activities and by organizing summer training camps. NCC/NSS, Sports Department through their activities inculcate civic responsibility among the students. With liaison from Lions Club, Health Department, Blood Donation Camps etc. are organized . The College organizes various literary and cultural activities, competitions, summer camps, publishes Wall Paper Magazine College, Magazine celebrates Youth Festival and Jayantis for all-round development of the personality of the students. These and other activities of NCC-NSS stated earlier bring community-orientation in its activities and promote communication skills and team spirit in the students. The Cadets from the College Unit were selected for N.I.C. and T.S.C. for N.C.C.
The College has a Guidance Centre for Medical Entrance Test. Student Guidance and Information Bureau, Photography Club, Health Centre provide valuable services to the students.
SECTION 3 : OVERALL ANALYSIS
During the 42 years of its existence, the College has made fairly good progress . The Parent Body 'Dhamangaon Education Society' is the oldest educational society in this area working for about 9 decades through a network of 15 institutions, catering to the educational needs of about 6000 students. The Society and its institutions have earned wide appreciation, support and goodwill. The Peer Team feels that the College has a number of commendable features in the functioning of the College. A few amongst these are mentioned below : .
The Parent Society and the College although working in a rural area possess modern outlook towards higher education and are keen to promote quality and excellence. They are pioneers to start subjects like Computer Science , Commerce, Electronics, Microbiology, MS-CIT course in this area.
The College is well managed, participative work culture and team-spirit is prevalent in all the activities of the College. The Principal is providing good leadership and has good image with the Management, Staff and Students.
The Principal is selected on Grievance Redressal Cell for College admission by Jt. Director (H.E.), Amravati Division and is also nominated on Station Consultation Committee by Central Railway, Nagpur.
Although the College is an under-graduate one functioning in semi-rural area , there is evidence of Research culture in the College. Botany Department, which is only an under graduate department is recognized Research Centre of the University and doctoral research is being carried out. 02 students from the Centre have been awarded Ph.D. Faculty members have published research papers. Department of Botany has one ongoing Minor Research Project funded by U.G.C. The College has organized important academic conferences.
Adequate infrastructural facilities including a large stage with auditorium are available. The campus and all other facilities are well managed.
Sports Department of the College is functioning very well. Play Grounds and other Sports infrastructure including Multy-gym are available. Students participation in various sports competition is encouraging N.C.C. and N.S.S. are quite active.
Well equipped Computer Centre with internet facilities, Library with good collection of Books and Video Cassettes are very useful support services available to students.
Teaching faculty is devoted and committed to the institution and participates in co-curricular activities for students. Self-appraisal system is in place.
Sufficient scholarships / free ships facilities for students are available.
The Peer Team appreciates the way in which all the constituents have been prepared for NAAC Assessment. Documentation and presentations by the Departments and Support- Services have been impressive.
The Peer Team would like to make the following suggestions for further improvement of the College.
The College may start more vocational / job oriented courses keeping in mind the local conditions. This is the common demand of the students, alumni and the parents with whom the Peer Team interacted.
The College may establish linkages with the Universities and neighbouring Colleges for teaching and research.
Research culture needs to be further strengthened. Faculty may be further motivated / supported for engaging themselves in active research and other academic activities. Maximum advantage may be taken of U.G.C. assistance for Minor Research Projects. Greater stress may be given on Faculty Developmental Programmes.
Research Promotion Cell, Grievance Redressal Cell, Career Counselling and Guidance Cell, Alumni Association, Parents Council need to be strengthened and made functional .
Computerization of the Library may be given priority and more Books / Research Journals may be added.
Efforts may be made for making the Hostel functional.
Provision of adequately furnished Girls Common Room and a covered Vehicle Parking shed may be Considered on priority basis.
Although there is provision for statutory annual audit, internal audit mechanism may also be considered.
The College will do well if it sets up an Internal Quality Assurance Cell as a follow up of various steps taken by it so far in the process of Assessment and Accreditation.
The Peer Team records its deep appreciation for the whole-hearted cooperation, support and goodwill extended to it by the Management, the Principal, Faculty and other constituents of the College and wishes the College all the best in its efforts for qualitative improvement and development in future.
Prof. C.A.Narayana Panicker
Prof. S. P. Tankhiwale
Place : Dhamangaon (Rly.)
Date : January 20, 2004.
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