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Bhopal School of Social Sciences, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh
Bhopal School of Social Sciences, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh
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Bhopal (District Bhopal)
Madhya Pradesh, India
Bhopal School of Social Sciences, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh is a recognised institute / college. Status: Private College. Bhopal School of Social Sciences, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh is also known as BSSS College.
Principal of Bhopal School of Social Sciences, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh is Father Joseph PP.
Bhopal School of Social Sciences is situated in Bhopal of Madhya Pradesh state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Bhopal comes under Bhopal Tehsil, Bhopal District.
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Website of Bhopal School of Social Sciences, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh is http://www.bsssbhopal.edu.in/.
Chairman : Arch Bishap of Bpl.
Contact Details of Bhopal School of Social Sciences, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh are : Telephone: +91-755-2457283
CoursesNumber of seats in Bhopal School of Social Sciences, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh is 290.
Bhopal School of Social Sciences, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh runs course(s) in Animation and Graphic Design, Arts, Commerce, Business Management, Social Work stream(s).
BA FC, Eng. Lit., Pol.Sc., Philo., Socio., Psy.
Home Sc. Eco., Social Work
BA Mgt All Compl. Subjects
B.Com All Compl. Subjects
MA (F)English, Social Work
Approval details: Bhopal School of Social Sciences is affiliated with Barkatullah University, Bhopal
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NAAC report of Bhopal School of Social SciencesSECTION - I
The Bhopal School of Social Sciences, Bhopal, M.P. is affiliated to the Barkatullah University, Bhopal. It is a minority college, established by Catholic Diocese of Bhopal in the year 1972 by the efforts of Rev. Dr. Eugene D'Souza to cater to the then felt need of job-oriented curriculum with the initial focus on Social Service and entrepreneurship. Initially, it was affiliated to Bhopal University. The college started with B.A. (Hons.) in Social Work. The progressive trend of the institution can be seen in the gradual introduction of many degree, diploma and certificate programs related to Management, Commerce, Physical Education, Computers and Business and English language in the subsequent years. The college possesses a big campus of 20 acres with lush green trees and well maintained grounds. It has total student enrolment of 1578 in all its UG and PG Courses. Besides its regular principal, it has faculty strength of 46 regular and 4 part time teachers. The non-teaching staff includes 19 administrative and 4 technical staff.
The BSSS has UGC recognition under 2 (f) and 12(b) since 1972. It receives grant-in-aid from State Government as per its norms and procedures notified from time to time. Apart from the regular grant-in-aid, the college generates its funds by running many self-financing courses.
The Bhopal School of Social Sciences prepared its self-assessment report and offered to be assessed and accredited by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council in December, 2005. NAAC constituted a Peer Team with Prof K.C. Sharma, former Vice-Chancellor, Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati University, Ajmer (Rajasthan), as Chairman, Prof. J.P.Pachauri, Professor and Head Department of Sociology and Dean Faculty of Arts Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna Garhwal University, Srinagar-Garhwal (Uttranchal) as Member-Coordinator and Dr. Amrita Patel, Principal, Uma Arts and Nathiba Commerce Mahila College, Gandhinagar (Gujrat) as Member, to visit the college and validate the self-study report. Before the proposed visit, the copies of the Self-Assessment Report submitted by the college and the Peer Team documents prepared by the NAAC were made available to the members by Shri Ganesh Hegde, Assistant Advisor at NAAC.
Before visiting the college the Chairman of the Peer Team Prof. K.C. Sharma held an in-house meeting on 26th February, 2006 at 7.00 PM, at the place of stay of the team and discussed the modalities and procedure to be followed for validation of the report and evolved a consensus on the same.
During the institutional visit from 27th February to 1st March, 2006, the Peer Team visited all the departments and support services and interacted in detail with the Principal, the Governing body, the representatives of the Higher Education Department, Government of M.P., faculty members, administrative staff, students, parents, and alumni of the institution to validate the information given in the Self Study Report of the College. The assessment of the institution under various criteria of NAAC and the commendable features of the institution along with the issues of concern, as they are identified by the team, are given herewith:
Criterion -I - Curricular Aspects
The goals and objectives of the institution are well defined which aimed to impart the knowledge relevant to societal service and community development. The degree and diploma courses are planned accordingly by the affiliating university.
The college is a co-educational institution since its inception. It runs at present eleven UG and PG degree/diploma programs in five faculties, viz. Arts, Commerce, Management, Computers and Physical Education as well as five vocational courses of Business English and Computers. Out of these six programs were introduced during the last five years. BSSS has also a twinning program of MBA with Assumption University, Bangkok, Thailand. The programs offered here are job oriented in nature. The college offers such subjects as Psychology, Political Science, Social work, Economics, Management, Accounts, Taxation, English, Computers in addition to Environmental Studies as compulsory for the students of all third year degree students. The institution offers flexibility in learning programs relevant to society.
Three of the faculties of the college are the members of the Board of Studies of the Barkatullah University. By offering their suggestions on academic issues, they play a crucial role in bringing about suitable changes and updating of the syllabi periodically. The college is responsive to the academic growth of students and organizes seminars/conferences and workshops, inviting academically renowned persons to share their expertise and experiences among the students. They had conducted a seminar on Consumer Fora : from Consumer Satisfaction to Consumer Protection and a workshop for improving communication skills etc. Additionally, the students are exposed to field visits, group discussions, projects, remedial classes, guest lectures, writing of assignments and dissertations as a part of rigorous training.
The college has established linkages with industries and NGOs to organize field visits, demonstrations, practical work and on job training for the students of management, computers and social work departments.
Criterion - II Teaching, Learning and Evaluation
The students are admitted through entrance examination and interviews in many programs of study. In some programs, the admissions are also done on the basis of academic record in the qualifying examination and for the specified number of seats in each class. BSSS also follows statutory reservation policy of the State Government in its admissions. The number of applicants are 4-5 times more than the specified seats in most of the programs.
The college publishes its prospectus to provide requisite information to students about admission procedure, availability of courses and seats, fee structure etc. A handbook containing general rules, code of conduct etc. is provided to the admitted students. Both semester and annual system of examinations are followed by the institution. The courses are taught as per mandate of the affiliating University, which also conducts its examinations. The teaching is mostly done in English through modern teaching aids like OHP, laptops and multimedia projectors.
The teachers unitize their syllabi and teaching with daily lesson plans of courses but plan their teaching schedule week-wise. The institution does not conduct any formal talent search in the beginning of the session. However, the teachers arrange regular remedial courses for the socially and academically disadvantaged students.
Out of total 240 students admitted in undergraduate non-self financing courses, 15 students are from other states, while out of total 1578 students in self-financing courses (UG, PG and Diploma courses). 84 students are from other states. The dropout rate is low ie. 66 out of 1476 students admitted in the institution for the year 2004-2005. Eligibility to take the final university examinations is linked to 75 % attendance in the classes. The faculty takes care of such requirements and ensures that this is adhered to. These conditions have been mentioned in the prospectus and those students who fall short of lectures and other eligibility conditions are informed with the information displayed on the notice board from time to time. Parents are also contacted and informed. Departmental meetings are held at the beginning of the academic session for unitization of syllabi and teaching workload distribution.
The BSSS promotes student-teacher interaction and communication for better teaching learning possibilities. This process includes seminars, group discussions, presentations, workshops, field visits, tutorials, guidance, interaction, feedback and monitoring of students progress. About 90% of classes are taught by full time faculty. The institution worked for 270 working days in the session 2005-2006 and conducts teaching for the required number of teaching as per UGC norms. The recruitment of teachers is done by the management of the institution under the rules and procedures laid down by the university, the state government and as per qualifications specified by the UGC. At present, there are 47 regular and 4 part-time faculty members in the institution. The institution has recruited 20 permanent lecturers during the last five years. However, the institution appoints teachers on contract basis as per requirements of subject teaching load specially for self-financing courses.
The students are evaluated through internal tests, which are notified in the college prospectus as well as it is displayed on the Notice Board at the appropriate time. The answer sheets (term-wise and assignments) are shown to the students so as to maintain transparency in evaluation. The students gain through this regular monitoring exercise along with home minor projects and assignments allotted by the teachers.
The advanced learners are motivated to prepare dissertations and participate in debates, discussions as well as in competitive events. The classroom lecture method is supplemented by encouraging students to write assignments, to participate in group discussions, quiz, field visits etc. The college has the facility to prepare audiovisual teaching aids. The value-based education rendered by the institution has been recognized widely. A variety of learner centered methods including Internet resources are used.
The faculty is permitted to attend Orientation and Refresher courses to update their information acquisition level and pedagogical inputs besides earning eligibility to earn selection grade. They are also encouraged to participate in national and international seminars/conferences/workshops. During the last two years, three teachers participated in national seminars, and the same number of teachers participated in international conferences. Some of them have received awards for presenting papers at national level seminars. Under the Faculty Development Program (training on innovative teaching skills, Bhopal Gas Tragedy, BEC ) many teachers were benefited during the last two years. Many teachers are the members of BOS of the university and of other bodies. The Principal, on the basis of their university results, participation in curricular activities and their institutional contribution, writes their ACRs. The BSSS has introduced the procedure of teachers' self appraisal and the outgoing students' feedback on a pilot scale so as to ensure that the teachers' accountability is visible and acts as a primitives factor in the entire teaching learning process for improvement of academic standards and quality education.
Criterion - III- Research, Consultancy and Extension
The teaching in higher education must be research oriented. But limited resources and infrastructure can not yield qualitative research in institutions offering Under Graduate and Post Graduate degrees. It is noteworthy that three of the faculty members were awarded Ph.D. degree in their respective subjects during the last five years. Some teachers have published their research in journals of national and international repute. There is no financial support for the teachers working for their Ph.D. degree, but they are sanctioned study leave for the purpose.
A research project worth Rs.1,50,000/- on Childline sanctioned by the Ministry of Social Justice is being run by the institution. The staff members are actively engaged in orientation, training and educational programs. Research effort may be better if support is sought from the national funding agencies such as the UGC, CSSR, DOEn etc.
A teacher has been given additional charge for conducting extension activities which include programs related to Community Development, Health and Hygiene, Adult Education and Literacy, AIDS awareness, Blood donation camp, Environmental awareness etc. The students are encouraged for activities of NSS and NCC activities which have social extension and outreach implications. The institution carry out the outreach programs such as Chidline, rural development work, contact program for Central Jail inmates, drug addiction awareness AIDS and cancer awareness. There is participation of students in activities related to and in other extension events organized by the institution time to time.
The BSSS works and plans extension activities with NGOs and GOs. The Childline is a prestigious project from the Ministry of Social Justice, Government of India. As a nodal organization, BSSS conducts City Advisory Board meetings of Childline, which includes representatives from NGOs and from the Government organizations. The faculty of Social Work in association with the Panchayat and Social Justice Department of MP organized awareness program on child sexual exploitation and child rights in the slums of Bhopal. The students are encouraged for expression of their creativity and literary writing skills through the publication of an annual magazine. The social activities performed by the students during the year are well depicted in the magazine. The institution has developed the programs to impart the value education to students. An innovative effort was made by the institution - that a film 'Subah ka Bhulah' scripted, directed and acted by the students, teaching and non teaching staff of BSSS was made which received good response from the public.
Criterion - IV- Infrastructure and Learning Resources
The BSSS is spread over an area of 20 Acres. The built up area of the college is 6466.34 sq.mt. The College has an administrative block, central library, 42 lecture rooms, Computer Center, health centre, play grounds, two hostels, canteen, seminar hall, conference hall, common room for day scholars, guest suite, parking sheds and three gardens. The conference hall is very good and equipped with audiovisual projections and screened system. Besides, there are two big halls of 400 and 450 capacity respectively.
The infrastructure of the BSSS is being maintained by the management out of the annual income for the maintenance of infrastructure and furniture. The College has a master plan indicating the existing buildings and future requirements. The College ensures optimum utilization of its infrastructure facilities by running Certificate Course in Computer literacy for the physically disadvantaged members and nurses. Besides, language and Computer courses are run for outsiders and college students after college hours and on weekdays. The various external agencies such as Baraklullah University, CAT, Symbiosis, Railway Recruitment Board, BHEL The British Council, Minority Commission are regularly utilizing College conference hall and examination hall for organizing conferences and for conducting various exams. Even two nursing College students are using College classrooms for their classes on Sundays. The campus of the college is clean and green because of the involvement of teachers and students through nature clubs activities. To keep the environment pollution free there is ban on smoking and tobacco/pan/gutka on the campus. The peer team did not find a single bud of cigarette or bidi as well as gutka pouch in the campus.
The BSSS has a well-maintained library managed by an advisory committee. There are 9520 books and 6550 titles in the library. It subscribes 31 journal and periodicals. The general condition of the library is good. It works for nine hours a day on working day. In the year 2003-04 and 2004-05, 591 new books have been purchased. The library has three computers.
The College has 72 computers, 1 LCD, 6 Printers, 2 Laptops, 2 CD writers, and 1 Scanner. Every faculty is independently equipped with computers. Most of the computers are PIII and PIV. The systems are loaded with softwares like windows, MS office, VB, oracle, C, CC++ , Autocad, foxpro and course related softwares. The Computer Centre has 35 computers and all these systems are connected through LAN and Internet connectivity is also available on them. It works for about 8 hours on all working days. The Centre is also operational for outsiders and deaf and dumb on Saturdays and Sundays. Students as part of their curriculum are using Computer Centre and prepared a number of small projects. Apart from them, the faculty also occasionally prepares computer-based students learning aids. A senior member of the computer faculty supervises the maintenance of the Computer Centre.
The BSSS has ample physical and infrastructural facilities for sports and physical education. It has the faculty of Physical Education in which one year B.P.Ed. and three years B.P.E. degree course are being run with 50 seats in each. There is a large sports ground of 5 acres for cricket, Football and Hockey. Sports facilities in the college also include courts for volleyball, basketball, Tennis and facilities are also available for Kho-Kho, Kabaddi, Badminton as well as for indoor games and athletics. There is also a physical fitness center. The certificate of merit, trophies, cash awards are given to outstanding sports persons. Players are given tracksuits, T-shirts, jackets and badges. It is creditable that two students have participated in international meets and secured 2nd and 3rd positions while five students took part in national meet and one could get the 3rd position. First and second positions were received in state level meets by eight and four students, respectively.
The institution has a hostel for girls with capacity of 50 students. For boys the college has arranged a hostel through a private agency. Only 15% students avail the facility of the hostel. The college also provides residential facilities to staff by renting quarters in the vicinity of the college. The BSSS has its website www.bsssbhopal.org which provides all necessary information related to courses, admission procedure, admission forms, staff profiles, activities of the institution, news highlights.
Criterion V : Students Support and Progression
The College is doing good service in the field of higher education in the urban area of Bhopal. During the session 2003-04 students equivalent to 1358 were admitted by the College in the various programmes. Out of 1358 students 1293 appeared in the annual examinations and 1204 students passed. Out of 1204 passed students 128 got Ist class and four were rank holders. Similarly in the year 2004-05 students equivalent to 1476 got the admission in various courses. Out of 1476 students 1410 appeared in the final year examinations and 1275 passed. Out of 1275 passed students 112 got first class and four are rank holders. It shows that drop out rate is below 5% and results are encouraging.
The College is having a very strong and effective prominent alumni. 63 alumni are holding positions in different walks of life as per the record of College. In addition there is a networking group of 120 Alumni members who are in constant touch with each other and the college. Alumni association is doing good work in the development of College by giving donations for College infrastructure, sponsorship of prizes and awards. It is hoped that alumni association will enhance their activities in the development of College with more strength. Although College does not have exact figures of the students, which have passed different competitive examinations in the last five years. But as per their record NET-one, UGC-SLET-3, Indian civil services -5, TOEFL-10, GMAT-8, IELTS-31, CDS-1 and MPPSC-8 students have passed these examinations in the last five years.
The College publishes updated prospectus every year. The College also has the tradition of distributing a handbook to the admitted students. The handbook has information on College timings, academic calendar, fee structure, code of conduct, college activities, Associations and portfolios of teachers. Scholarships are given to S.C/S.T students as per the Govt. rules. The College is also providing scholarship to deserving poor students. The limited number of scholarships are provided to deserving poor students with the help of Ratan Tata Institute and also Alumni Association of the College. The college is also providing G.M.Das scholarship every year to the toppers in B.A.II Psychology students, Manish Ratra Scholarship to B.Com students and Sr. Faustina Scholarship to Social Work students.
The College has an employment cell and a placement officer who offers career counseling to the students. The cell extends professional help to promote individual growth of the students. The placement officer during the course of the academic year, contacts the various organizations and maintains a record of their requirement. In addition the College has a functional counseling cell which emphasizes the practical use of Psychology for personal growth of students and help the students in solving their personal and academic problems. During the year 2004-05, 465 students have been employed in the local firms and private sector through placement cell. The employment cell of the College also motivates the students to seek self employment. Several of such successful self employed students are part of the Alumni Association. The college is also having a women cell and a anti ragging & redressal cell for the redressal of the problems of the girls students.
The College magazine 'QUEST' is published regularly. The creative talent of the students are brought out through the College Magazine. The College also organized educational tours for students, which help to enhance their outlook. Besides indoor and outdoor games, the College also organizes cultural programmes, debates and quiz. Students are also actively associated with Nature Club, Health Club, Debate Club, Quiz Club, Literary Society, Cultural forum, Dramatics, Dance and Music Club.
It is commendable that the College is regularly holding Inter-Religious Dialogue for the students to foster a secular attitude and respect for and an understanding of different religions. College is also conducting regular lectures and performed dramas on the value education, which is appreciable.
Criterion VI : Organization and Management
The College is directed by a Governing Body and managed by the Principal with the support of the staff Council. The College has an efficient monitoring mechanism, which involves the Principal, the staff and the students. There are various Committees such as Students Union Committee, Cultural Committee, Admission Committee, Discipline committee and examination committee to plan, workout and coordinate all the activities of the College. The Principal monitors and checks the work efficiency of the non- teaching staff through self appraisal and periodical feedback from the staff and students.
Although the College generally follows academic calendar framed by the university, however the faculty members bring out the Academic Planner in consultation with the Principal. Faculties from Department of Computer are invited on a regular basis to give computer training to the non-teaching staff working in the College office and library. The fee structure of the College for government supported programme is Rs. 8275 per year for BA and 8525 per year for BA Mgmt. As the College is running BBA, BCA, B.Com taxation, B.Com Comp. MA. M.Com, MA social work. BPE and B.P.Ed. Under self financing scheme, their fees structure varies from Rs. 8275 to Rs. 21275 per year. Every year there is an average increment of Rs. 1750 for U.G. courses. During 2004-05 an average increment of Rs. 5000/-has been made in fees for M.A. social work and B.P.Ed courses.
There is an internal audit mechanism in the College. The College has grievance redressal cell, which on receipt of complaints takes the issue into consideration and settles the matters amicably. Regular tours are also arranged for teaching and non-teaching staff. The College has made available welfare fund for class IV employees. Need based financial assistance is given by the management as and when required. Annual social gatherings of teaching and non-teaching staff are arranged to build better inter-personal skills. Loan facility is available to teachers from their P.F only.
Major items are purchased by the Principal after seeking the permission and approval from the chairman of the Governing body. The expenditure is entered under the various heads of account.
Criterion - VII - Healthy Practices
The Peer Team considers the following healthy practices of BSSS are noteworthy.
Childline program with collaboration of Ministry of Social Justice is commendable.
Extension activities of Social Science and Social work departments through adoption of remote villages and organization of regular camps are appreciated.
Cross Cultural Business Communication an international ICT project being run by the English Department and the faculty engagement proficiency at drishti kiosks for cyber edge education programme for sub-urban and rural areas are commendable.
The linkages with Universities/Organizations such as - Assumption University, Bangkok, Thailand, University of Primorska, Slovenia, Bundeshandels-Academie, Austria, University of Primorks, Slovenia, Cambridge University, U.K. etc. by English Department is noteworthy.
One of the Faculty members of Commerce Department has received International Gulbenkian Foundation Fellowship from Portugal and Fellowship of the Institute of Culture and Portuguese language, Lisbon.
The faculty and students have scripted two films, (Astha and Subah Ka Bhoola) and one Drama in English (The Wonderful Providence) on Value Education.
The Department of Commerce has also initiated the Inter-Religious Dialogue with the aim to enhance Harmony and Unity among College Youth.
One of the faculties in the Department of Commerce has been awarded 'Senior Scientist Award' for the best paper presentation in the Inter-University Workshop. The faculty has shown interest in publications of Research papers and Books.
Some of the students in Commerce Faculty have topped the University Examination (B.Com. Ist Year in 2005) and C.A. (Foundation) examination in the Bhopal Region.
The Department of Computers offers short-term courses for non-computer BSSSites and non BSSSites. The students are also exposed to different corporate organizations so as to provide practical training to the students.
Management Department offers M.B.A. Training Programme with Assumption University Bangkok. It is worth mentioning that the department has also started consultancy services to Stock holders and organize programmes related to it.
The Management association of the Department of Management is active in organizing the Seminars and Workshop on issues like ISO Certification, Stock market, Reservation, Policy of Colleges, Positive attitude, Event Management etc. The department also conducts study tours to prominent Industries and other reputed organizations.
The college is providing computer literacy to disabled students.
A faculty member from the faculty of social science participated in the team of Antartica. Expression of ideas through creative writing in News paper columns regularly is appreciated.
Activities related to student union, cultural forum, Anti ragging and redressal cell, Admission cell, Discipline cell, Nature club, Dramatics Dance and music club are very good.
The college conducts University examinations and of other organization which is indicative of its integrity and capabilities.
The college has developed a museum, exhibiting ancient and antique articles of different cultures.
Winning of students in inter collegiate sports events like football, athletics, judo, hockey, basketball, Cricket, Badminton and selection of some of students in inter university games is noteworthy.
The maintenance of all records in office as well as in various units is appreciated.
The Department of Social work has submitted a separate self-study report to the peer team. The highlights of the contribution of the Department of Social Work are given as under: -
The Department of Social Work
The activities undertaken by the Department of Social work are helpful in translating the objectives of the college into reality.
The Department of Social Work provides practical orientation to students to groom them to serve in the Social Service sector. The Department of Social Work added two post graduate specializations in the year 2000-2001 and added another specialization in 2002-2003. The admission process to the MA Social Work course is through a written test comprising of General Knowledge, English, Mathematics and Essay writing skills, and a group discussion and personal interviews.
In order to emphasize importance of team work, strategic planning, decision making and computerization. The Department ensures a well planned teacher work record which is backed by a well designed time table for field work and theory classes. The Department encourages students to gain practical exposure through projects, field work, field trips, case studies, rural camps and study tours. These curricular activities are further supplemented with extension activities like awareness campaigns; street plays as well as literary activities to facilitate social sensitivity amongst students. The final year students are motivated to undertake meaningful research.
Moreover to promote social sensitivity amongst all the students of the college, the deptt. organizes several awareness programmes such as Cancer awareness, AIDS awareness, Women's Empowerment, Child rights, rights of the Bhopal Gas Tragedy victims.
The Department takes the students to various organizations to acquaint them with the actual field condition; they are then later placed to various organizations as per their interest and towards the ever expanding and varied fields of social work. The students are sent in Reputed Organizations twice a week for concurrent Field works, and Intensive Training, in various Professional as well as the administrative aspects of such agencies.
Exposure Programmes for Students of SWD :
The students are taken for various exposure visits which involve Medical & Psychiatric Settings, Urban and Rural Settings and Industrial visits.
Many Educational and Professional Training Seminars and Workshops are organized time and again for the overall Professional Grooming of the students. Dignitaries are invited to present Guest lectures, which further adds up to the overall Academic growth of the students. The students of SWD also perform Nukad Natak, organize awareness campaigns in Health, Education and Industrial aspects, like Gender-Discriminations, Evil traditional practices, Alcoholism etc. All the faculty members are working hard for providing training to the students of all levels.
The students are also given opportunities to publish their viewpoints, experiences, insights and other memories of social concerns, in both the Annual College Magazine as well as the Recent Social work journal Sashakti, which has just been an added accomplishment for the department.
Last year students went to Sehatganj for their 10 days rural camp from 23rd Jan - 1st Feb' 2006. The department also conducts study tours and recently the students visited Bombay for a weeks time in January 2006. It is commendable that final year students are trained in the form of Focused Placement in various reputed organizations both at state and national levels, during their summer vacations. This block placement enhances their Professional growth.
Achievements and healthy practices :
One of the faculty member attended 9 weeks Training programme on 'Therapy of sex offenders and Family therapy in United States.
A faculty member participated in Pre-Commission Training for national Cadet Corps at Kamtee Nagpur and was honoured by the Lieutenant Rank.
The Social work department is publishing a Journal 'Sashakti' which incorporate articles by all faculties as well as the students.
Adopted Village Sehatganj in Raisen district and Village Dhamkheda and Gehukheda in Kolar, Bhopal.
Students Exchange Programme : Collaboration and exchange programme with the German students of the Wutzberg University, Germany.
The Department of Social work has future ambitious plans of promoting Research and linkages through national and international funding projects for rural and urban areas.
SECTION - III
Overall analysis and Suggestions
The BSSS has been offering higher education in the faculties of Commerce, Social Sciences, Humanities, Management, Computers and Physical Education to the boys and girls. The peer team was impressed by the contribution of the institution. In fulfilling its objectives of social work, entrepreneurship and business management.
Earned reputation as an established institution.
State of the art courses and curricula according to objectives of the institution.
Committed management, dynamic leadership of the Principal and devoted faculty members.
An ambience of team work and cooperative attitudes amongst both teaching and non-teaching staff.
Active and concerned Alumni Association.
Childline program and social services rendered by the college.
Exposure to real life situations through a variety of extension activities.
Established academic National and international linkages.
Value education and inter-religious dialogue by the institute.
Representations of students in various sports events at regional, state and national level.
Representation of NCC cadets in Republic Day parade in Delhi.
Well maintained neat, clean and green campus.
Scholarships to needy meritorious students instituted by philanthropic organizations.
Installation of complaint and suggest box in the campus.
Telephone facility is provided to students.
Purified drinking water through aquaguard facility.
Permanent water resource and pumping station.
Active nature club.
Publication of a journal by college.
On the basis of its interaction with the management, Principal, teachers, students, parents and other stakeholders and on the basis of its visits to the departments, library, class rooms, canteen and the sports facilities and the reference to its record and other related documents, the following suggestions may be considered by the management of the BSSS:
As the BSSS offers a commendable picture of team work and has the promise and potential of taking up fresh academic and professional challenges, attention may be paid to introduce Career-oriented courses like Entrepreneurship, International Business, Tourism, Hospital Management, Hotel Management, Creative Art, Media and Mass Communication, Advertising, Sales Promotion, Marketing, e-business, e-education, e-governance, e-banking, library science.
The publication of articles and research papers in referred journals of national and international repute must be encouraged and the faculty may be given sufficient time in the teaching workload. Research culture need to be initiated by way of engagement of faculty with minor/major research projects and schemes of UGC and other government agencies.
The library should be interconnected with other libraries for inter-library burrowing of literature and information.
A Book Bank containing curriculum based books may be established so as to provide maximum benefit to students.
The complete automation of the library, it seems, may fulfill the demands of the students in a satisfying manner.
The library is a backbone of any educational institution. In order to maintain good standards of library the sufficient staff may be appointed by the management.
By increasing the no. of books in the college library, the college can update its collection in a batter manner.
Library gold cards may be issued to the meritorious students of each year in each faculty.
Best Reader's Award may be sponsored by the College to develop good reading habits among the students.
The no. of books utilized by the faculty members every year should be increased so that they can motivate students to utilize new books purchased in the Library.
Book exhibition may be organized in the library for the benefit of students as well as staff members.
No of C.Ds, VCDs, DVDs in the Library should be increased for the use of students.
The Departmental Libraries may be maintained well and used widely by students and its record may be documented.
The dead-stock numbers on the furniture bought by the college should be shown on the items purchased.
The college should think of beginning a girls unit in NCC.
The college NCC unit can establish a Navy Wing or flying club for further progress of the students were participating in NCC.
More students may be motivated to face the NCC examinations of 'B' & 'C' Certificates.
The college can arrange for the facility of providing Guard of honour at certain occasions.
The N.S.S. students should be motivated to participate in National Level camps.
To support the students in a healthier fashion, the college may sponsor scholarships/ free ships for academically meritorious students, as well as achievers in the fields of NCC, NSS and sports.
With the help of the alumni, the college can think of providing ample placement opportunities to the students.
The college management may think of beginning hostels in the vicinity of the college campus for boys and girls.
The staff in the college office and in other units may be helpful for better qualitative administrative efficiency.
The welfare schemes for the staff like insurance and medical allowances may result into greater job satisfaction.
A health center to provide all sorts of medical help to staff as well as students may be established in the college.
The Peer Team thanks the Management, the Principal, the Principal In-Charge, the coordinator college NAAC team, the teachers, the students and the members of the non-teaching staff of the BSSS for their cooperation which made its task easy and for making all arrangements for the visit.
(Prof. K.C. Sharma)
( Dr. Amrita Paresh Patel)
(Dr. Fr. Joseph P.P.)
Date. March 01,2006
Summary: Bhopal School of Social Sciences, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh website, mobile, contact address and approval / recognition details.