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Hutatma Rajguru Mahavidyalaya (HRM), Rajgurunagar, Maharashtra
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Sai Sahawas, Tinehewadi Road
Rajgurunagar (District Pune (Poona))
Maharashtra, India
Pin Code : 410505


Hutatma Rajguru Mahavidyalaya (HRM), Rajgurunagar Maharashtra is a recognised institute / college. Hutatma Rajguru Mahavidyalaya (HRM), Rajgurunagar Maharashtra is also known as HRM Rajgurunagar, Hutatma Rajguru Shikshan Prasarak Mandals Arts, Science and Commerce College, Rajgurunagar. Hutatma Rajguru Mahavidyalaya (HRM), Rajgurunagar Maharashtra is managed by Society: KTSP Mandal. Hutatma Rajguru Mahavidyalaya (HRM), Rajgurunagar Maharashtra was established on / in 1977.


Principal of Hutatma Rajguru Mahavidyalaya (HRM), Rajgurunagar Maharashtra is Dr.S.B.Patil, Dr. H.M. Jare (Mobile 9960536639).

Hutatma Rajguru Mahavidyalaya (HRM) is situated in Rajgurunagar of Maharashtra state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Rajgurunagar comes under Khed Tehsil, Pune (Poona) District.

Fax # of Hutatma Rajguru Mahavidyalaya (HRM), Rajgurunagar Maharashtra is +91-2135-226799.

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Hutatma Rajguru Mahavidyalaya (HRM), Rajgurunagar Maharashtra are 9822425843.

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Website of Hutatma Rajguru Mahavidyalaya (HRM), Rajgurunagar Maharashtra is http://www.ktspmrajgurunagar.org/.


Contact Details of Hutatma Rajguru Mahavidyalaya (HRM), Rajgurunagar Maharashtra are : Telephone: +91-2135-222099



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Hutatma Rajguru Mahavidyalaya (HRM), Rajgurunagar Maharashtra runs course(s) in Arts, Commerce, Science, Teacher Training and Education, Training stream(s).
B.A, B.Com, B.Sc, B.Ed, D.Ed

Approval details: Hutatma Rajguru Mahavidyalaya (HRM) is affiliated with Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune (Maharashtra)

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With the advent of the new movement led by Mahatma Jyotirao Phule and other social reformers who strove for bringing about a social revolution based on the principles of liberty, equality of opportunities, social justice and welfare of the downtrodden through the process of education, a new sense of awareness stirred the socio-political life of Maharashtra. A spirit of renaissance was experienced in cities like Pune. However, the overwhelming majority of people living in the villages and remote parts of Maharashtra remained away from this spirit.

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NAAC report of Hutatma Rajguru Mahavidyalaya

Section 1: Preface
Hutatma Rajguru Mahavidyalaya, Rajagurunagar, Khed taluka, Pune District, Maharashtra State is a private co-educational institution and was established in the year 1977. It is permanently affiliated to the University of Pune and is recognized under sec 2f and 12B of the UGC Act. The College was sponsored by the Khed Taluka Shikshan Prasarak Mandal.

The Khed Taluka Shikshan Prasarak Mandal was founded in the year 1974 to initiate the process of enlightenment through education in the mostly underdeveloped hilly and tribal villages of Khed Taluka. For this purpose the late Shri. Sahebraoji Buttepatil and his associates came together and founded the K.T.S.P.Mandal. Today the Mandal has under its management two other educational institutions located outside the town.

The College is named in memory of the well-known martyr Shri. Shivaram Hari Rajguru, later came to be known as Hutatma Rajguru, who belonged to Khed and who was executed along with Shahid Bhagat Singh and Shahid Sukhdev by the British administration.

The College is located in a beautiful landscape on the banks of the river Bhima and is spread over an area of four acres. The buildings and other infrastructure of the College are well developed and the permanent structures are raised to meet the requirements of the institution. The entire infrastructure is put to optimum use. In addition to the Degree College the Mandal is running a Junior College with 2400 students on rolls in the same premises. The timings for degree and junior Colleges are 7.30 am to 11.50 am and 12 noon to 5.30 pm. respectively. The teaching faculty is separate but office, library and other infrastructure is common to both the programmes.

The College is offering UG and PG degree programmes in Arts and Commerce and UG programme in Science faculty. The total student strength in Arts at UG level is 664. At PG level the College offers four subjects namely English, Marathi, Commerce and Economics, the total strength being 141. In Commerce at the UG level and at the PG level the student strength is 548 and 25 respectively. In faculty of Science B.Sc. is offered in two subjects namely Chemistry and Physics, the total student strength being 319. The total number of girls and boys in the College is 662 and 1010 respectively.

There are two divisions in B.Com. The medium of instruction in one division is Marathi and is supported by grant-in-aid. In the second division the medium of instruction is English and is run on self-financing basis. There are two divisions in B.A. and both are under grant-in-aid. In B.Sc. 1st year one division out of two divisions is under grant-in-aid and the other is run on self-financing basis. The second and third year B.Sc. are under grant-in-aid. All PG courses are run on self-financing basis.

There are 36 permanent teachers including one Librarian and one Physical Director, all under grant-in-aid and receiving UGC scale of pay. Thirteen teachers are working on temporary basis who are paid out of the funds generated through self-financing programs. The administrative and other supporting staff consists of 22 and 28 respectively, all under grant-in-aid. There are four temporary employees who are paid out of the self-financing programs.

The Hutatma Rajguru Mahavidyalaya College volunteered to be assessed by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) and submitted the self-study report to NAAC in September 2003. The Peer team consisting of Prof.V.Ramakistayya, former Vice Chancellor, Osmania University, Hyderabad as Chairman and Dr. Samuel Sudanandha, Principal and Secretary, The American College, Madurai, as a Member Convener, visited the institution for two days i.e. December 9th and 10th 2003.

The Peer team perused and analysed the self-study report submitted by the institution. During institutional visit the team went through all the relevant documents, visited the department facilities, and interacted with various constituents of the institution. The academic, co curricular, extracurricular, sports and extension facilities of the institution were visited. The peer team also interacted with the management, the Principal, faculty, non- teaching staff, students, parents and alumni/alumnae of the institution. Based on the above exercise, and keeping in mind the criteria identified by NAAC, the peer team presents below the assessment of the institution under various criteria, the commendable features of the institution as well as the issues of concern.

Section 2: Criterion - wise Analysis
Criterion 1: Curricular Aspects
As an affiliated College of the University of Pune the College follows the syllabi prescribed by the university for the Humanities, Science and Commerce faculties both at the under-graduate and post-graduate levels in the non-semester (annual) patterns. The College offers UG programmes in Arts, Commerce and Science and PG programmes in English, Marathi, Economics and Commerce.

The College has selected courses that cater to the interests and needs of the students keeping in mind the career opportunities that come up with the multinational companies entering the Chakan industrial belt. The College has two vocational training courses such as Computer Application and Functional English for their students. The College runs a formal education centre called Yashwantro Chavan Maharashtra Open University as this taluk is deprived of facilities for higher education.

The College conducts seminars at the University, State and National levels. The College is aimed at providing education that is essential for bringing in a change in the socio-economic framework of the villages and towns in that taluk. Field visits and industrial visits are also arranged to provide a practical orientation about the subjects to the students.

Criterion 2: Teaching-learning and Evaluation
Admissions to various courses of study in the College are in accordance with the policy of reservation of the govt. of Maharashtra. The College does not conduct entrance tests for admissions. The minimum number of marks for passing the previous course is the only criterion. This is done because the students who approach this College are from the families, which are deprived of their educational facilities. Oral and written tests are conducted for vocational courses.

Teaching programmes and timetables are prepared at the beginning of the term. Financial aspects of the students are also understood and solved with the help of discussions with the principal.

The academic development of the students is monitored with the help of tutorials and term-end examinations. The students from the weaker sections of the society are encouraged to improve themselves. The advanced students are sorted out and opportunities are provided to improve their performance. Apart from the regular classroom teaching, seminars and symposia are organised at regular intervals to motivate the students. The final examination is designed and conducted by the university of Pune.

Audio visual aids are used to enhance better understanding of the students in the classroom. Well- equipped science laboratories help them to better their performance. Guest lectures and seminars are arranged to facilitate the students to gain better exposure.

Career Guidance and Counselling Centre encourages the students to appear for competitive exams and to make them aware of employment opportunities and placement through campus interviews.

The College has 36 faculty members: 5 PhDs, 15 M.Phils and 16 Post Graduates. The College organizes workshops, seminars and symposia, which helps the faculty to update themselves. Teachers are recruited as per the norms of the UGC/ University of Pune/ Govt. of Maharashtra. The College uses the University of Pune self-appraisal method to further promotion and training of teachers.

Criterion 3: Research, Consultancy and Extension
The College has been encouraging the teachers to conduct research work and has extended help and cooperation wherever possible. Out of thirty-six teachers, five teachers have completed their PhDs and twelve teachers have completed their M.Phil degrees. Seven teachers have registered for PhD. Four PhDs have been awarded during the last 5 years. One teacher has already submitted his dissertation for M.Phil. degree.

The College has designated a person for the extension activities. These activities include Community Development, Social Work, Health and Hygiene Awareness, Medical camp, Adult education and Literacy programmes, Blood donation camps, Aids awareness and Environment awareness. NCC and NSS cadets collaborate with the police and other organizations to promote the outreach activities. The NCC unit of the College encourages its students to join Defence and Police services. A good number of them have joined the services. Many cadets are qualifying for C certificate every year.

Criterion 4: Infrastructure and Learning Resources
The College owns a campus of four acres of land with 29 classrooms and a Principal's office. The College has laboratories for Science and Computer Science.. The College maintains two well-equipped separate gymnasiums for boys and girls where registers are maintained to account for the use. The College has a separate room for Yashwantrao Chavan Mahrashtra Open University. The management provides necessary funds for maintaining the infrastructure. The College has planned to augment the infrastructure to keep pace with the academic growth.

Situated on the banks of River Bhima the College is enriched with natural beauty. It maintains its beauty by wall fencing, ground levelling and tree plantations. The NSS students and the students in the 'Earn and Learn' scheme also help them maintain the College beauty.

The College has a well-furnished library with 31867 texts and reference books. Sperate reading halls are provided for girls, boys and teachers. The Hutatma Smarak building handed over by the government is used as a reading hall too. There is an advisory committee for the library. It also has a book bank facility.

There is a separate language lab for teaching functional English. Students are encouraged not only to take the functional English course but also to use the lab whenever they find time. There is facility for the teachers to correct the students while they are practising through the teacher's console.

There is a no central computer facility in the College but Internet facility is available to the faculty in the College Computer lab and in the Institute of Management and Computer Science Local area networking is still in the process. The qualified staff appointed by the College maintains the computer and their accessories.

There is a compulsory medical check up for the first year students of UG and PG students.

Standard outdoor infrastructure facilities are available for Handball, Baseball, Volleyball, Khokho, Kabaddi and athletics. Separate and well-equipped gymnasium facilities for girls and boys are available.

The Earn and Learn scheme of the College is appreciable. The College has plans to provide hostel facilities. A few students from remote villages reside in the hostels provided by the Social Welfare Department of the Government of Maharashtra.

Criterion 5: Student Support and Progression
The academic progress of the student is well monitored by the College. The Principal collects feedback from the students. The Principal nominates class representatives on the basis of merit. Members of the Student Council bring up their views on academic and co-curricular activities to the Principal.

97% of the students appear for qualifying exam after the minimum period of study. 3% is the drop out rate of the students. The College provides financial assistance to the students from Central government, State government, and other sources including from the College funds.

Attempts are made to arrange interviews according to the need of the employers and the students. The Alumni Association, formed recently, is a positve development. Sports and recreational activities are provided for the students. The teachers participate in academic and personal counselling. The teachers provide vocational guidance and have discussions regarding project work of the students.

Criterion 6: Organization and Management
Khed Taluka Shikshan Prasarak Mandal runs Hutatma Rajguru Mahavidyalaya. The management consists of Chairman, Vice Chairman, Secretary, Joint Secretary and other members. The managing committee members take personal interest in the running of the College and support it financially. They are very definitely against the commercialisation of education and maintain it as service oriented institution. There is also a Local Managing Committee that has been constituted according to the norms. It consists of the representatives of the management, the representatives of the teaching and non-teaching staff.

The management is taking active interest in improving the working of the institution. They belong to different walks of life and have made a mark in their respective professions. They are a resource of great strength to the institution. The College has an inbuilt mechanism for evaluating the work efficiency of the non-teaching staff by verifying the records they are expected to maintain and the responsibilities are reshuffled accordingly. A special committee has been appointed for preparing the calendar.

The various departments submit their requirements to the Principal. These requirements are put forward before the purchase committee and it prioritises and makes final decisions.

Grievances, if any, from the teaching and non-teaching staff are sorted out at the level of the office/Principal/ Local Management Committee.

Criterion 7: Healthy Practices
The College has adopted a mechanism for internal quality. The Principal monitors all the academic activities in the College. The performance of the teachers and members of the non-teaching staff is assessed regularly. They follow a self-appraisal form for teachers. Feedback from students is also used for evaluating the performance of the departments. The College strengthens the regular academic programs through other complimentary systems like non-formal mode and distance education.

The NCC students work as volunteers at the time of public elections. Students are encouraged to organise rallies to create social awareness regarding issues like AIDS, Pollution control. The students collect funds for people affected by flood, storm or earthquake. The institution has various committees and associations through which participation of the students and faculty is encouraged.
The College is bringing out an annual magazine called Gnanadeep through which students are encouraged to do creative writing.

The Peer team is happy to note that most of the students of this College are helping their families in their respective occupations/professions while making serious efforts to enhance their academic advancement. In the course of interaction with the students the Peer team felt happy to note that several students of this institution, while doing well in their academic studies, are also attending to their family vocations.

The College is a co-educational institution. The Peer team was informed that there is a healthy interaction among girls and boys. They participate in various games and sports in a very competitive and sportive spirit.

Section 3: Overall Analysis
Hutatma Rajguru Mahavidyalaya, over a period of twenty-six years of its existence, has rendered great service to the youth mostly coming from hilly and tribal rural areas who belong to economically and socially weaker sections of the society. Most of its students were first generation learners. Nearly 40% of its students are girls. The College has played an important role in educating and empowering the girls of this region. Many of its students have done well both in academic field and sports and games. A good number of NCC Cadets joined Defence and Police Services. The Alumni and alumnae of the College have made a mark in different walks of life. A good number of them are job-makers. Community oriented programmes are organized through NSS activities. The management of the College is progressive in its outlook. The inspiration generated by the founder President of the Mandal, late Shri. Sahbraoji Butlepatil, is still the motivating force for the management and at various levels of College administration. However, growth and excellence are continuous processes. Higher education in India is undergoing fast changes and forward-looking institutions have to meet the challenges arising out of the changing scenario. Keeping this in mind, while appreciating the good work done by the College over the last quarter century, the Peer team would like to draw the attention of the College to the following areas of concern.

The Peer team is happy to note that out of 36 permanent teachers 5 hold Ph.D. degrees and 12 have qualified for M.Phil. degree. Seven have registered for Ph.D. and one teacher has submitted dissertation for M.Phil. degree. The College may initiate steps to see that over the next 5 to 6 years all its younger faculty complete their doctoral programmes. Teachers may also be encouraged to organize more seminars and workshops at the College level for exposing the students and faculty to the developments taking place in different disciplines. Teachers should also be encouraged to apply for more minor and major research projects for which funds are available in the UGC.

In the course of interaction with the management and the Principal the Peer team was informed that the construction of hostels for girls and boys is under serious consideration. The team is of the view that this facility will go a long way in helping the tribal and other village students in getting better education. Steps may be initiated for constructing these hostels at the earliest.

There is a need for a well-equipped Auditorium for the College having about 4000 students (Degree and Junior Colleges put together). The Peer team was shown the cellar of the College which was planned as an Auditorium, but this place is presently made available to the government for running Industrial Training Institute. The team is informed that this is a temporary arrangement and very soon the College will get back the Auditorium. The College may expedite steps for getting back the Auditorium for its use.

The College has very good facility for games like Kabbadi, netball, basket ball. Volleyball etc., but grounds for games like foot ball, hockey are not presently available. The Peer team is informed that the College is likely to get about 7 acres of land adjacent to College premises from the Government of Maharashtra. This will be a good addition to the Sports Department of the College. The Peer team noticed the vast talent in the boys and girls of the College mostly coming from the villages. The College may take necessary steps to provide grounds for foot ball, hockey etc.

The College has good Gymnasium facilities separately for boys and girls. This is quite appreciable. However, the students at present lack facilities for indoor games. The Peer team is informed that there is a proposal to construct a multipurpose hall that will meet this requirement. Similarly, at present there is no canteen facility inside the campus. Already canteen construction has begun. The Peer team hopes that this will soon be completed and made available to the students.

The College Library needs more space. In the course of interaction with the Librarian, the Peer team was informed that the management is seized of this problem. The team suggests that action may be initiated for overcoming the space problem in the Library. The Librarian may also initiate steps for its computerisation.

The College is located amidst villages. It is desirable that certain agriculture- oriented courses are started. Short-term agriculture marketing courses may be designed and offered on self-financing basis. This, incidentally, leads to more and more people becoming job-makers.

The College may pay greater attention to the promotion of cultural and creative activities among the students. Availability of Auditorium among other things will give greater fillip to these activities.

The College should encourage its students to become job-makers. For this purpose, an 'Entrepreneurship Development Cell' may be established which will regularly arrange interactive seminars/sessions between students and successful business persons and industrialists and other entrepreneurs. This will motivate some students to envisage an entrepreneurial career in their future. The Peer team, while interacting with the management, raised this issue and the team is happy to note their positive response.

The Peer team is appreciative of the steps being taken by the College in spreading computer awareness among its students with its own lab and with the help of its sister concern, namely, the Institute of Management and Computer Studies (IMACS). The team suggests that these facilities may be expanded by adding more space and equipment. The team is happy to learn from the Director in Charge of IMACS that such an expansion is already under consideration. There is also a need for encouraging the use of Internet facility among the students who mostly come from villages.

The Career Guidance Cell need strengthening. The Cell should have separate accommodation and it should display on a continuous basis employment opportunities in Central and State Government Undertakings, Public Service Commissions, various sections of private enterprises and other agencies. In course of time a Competitive Examination Centre should also be developed within the Centre and necessary guidance and coaching may be offered on self-financing basis. These steps will also lead to strengthening of the Placement Cell.

The Department of Commerce has initiated steps in organizing a Commerce Lab to give Commerce students practical orientation. It is a positive step. However, the Peer team is of the view that it needs strengthening in terms of its contents.

The College has a large number of girls on its rolls. They need greater accommodation that what is presently available.

The Peer team is happy that some of the past students have formed an Alumni Association. In the course of interaction with the alumni and alumnae of the College the Peer team noted that several of them are willing to extend support in various developmental activities of the institution. The Peer team suggests that the College may take advantage of this and interact more frequently with the Association. Periodical interaction with the Parents of the students will also be useful for the College.

Higher education is undergoing fast changes. Their relevance to the students is under close scrutiny. It is desirable that the College in co-operation with its management prepares a Vision document stretching over a period of next five to seven years incorporating the strategies it would adopt to meet the challenges emerging out of the changing scenario in higher education.

The Peer Team places on record its appreciation to the institution for its cooperation during the visit.

Prof. V. Ramakistayya

Dr. D. Samuel Sudanandha

Head of the Institution
Dr. J.D. Takalkar

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