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Government Arts and Commerce College Malviya Hostel, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh


Government Arts and Commerce College Malviya Hostel, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh
Address: Plot / Street / Area
Malviya Hostel Building, Behind Police Head Quarters
Talab Road
Bhopal (District Bhopal)
Madhya Pradesh, India

Government Arts and Commerce College Malviya Hostel, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh is a recognised institute / college. Government Arts and Commerce College Malviya Hostel, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh is also known as Government (Naveen) Arts and Commerce College Malviya Hostel. Government Arts and Commerce College Malviya Hostel, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh was established on / in 1987.

Principal of Government Arts and Commerce College Malviya Hostel, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh is MATHURA PRASAD (Mobile 9893339211).

Government Arts and Commerce College Malviya Hostel 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.

Fax # of Government Arts and Commerce College Malviya Hostel, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh is +91-755-2555326.

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Government Arts and Commerce College Malviya Hostel, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh are 98931-93056.

email ID(s) is Government Arts and Commerce College Malviya Hostel Bhopal Madhya Pradesh

Contact Details of Government Arts and Commerce College Malviya Hostel, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh are : 0755-2555326
This college is different from Govt College, BHEL, Bhopal.


Government Arts and Commerce College Malviya Hostel, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh runs course(s) in Degree stream(s).
BA: FC, Pol.Sc., Socio., Eco., History
B Com: All Compl. Papers, Computer Application

Approval details: Government Arts and Commerce College Malviya Hostel is affiliated with Barkatullah University, Bhopal

Profile of Government Arts and Commerce College Malviya Hostel

About us
Govt.Arts & Commerce College,Bhopal college was established in Sept-1987. Intially college started with only Art Stream at graduation level. In 1988 according to the requirement of student college started Commerce stream. Presently Arts and Commerce stream is available at graduation level. In 1987 classes of college were running in Govt. Hamidia College, Bhopal, after this in 1988 college shifted in private building at Malviya Nagar, bhopal. From 1992 college was running in a private buliding at Z-8, Zone-1, M.P. Nagar, Bhopal.

At present strength of college is 800 students. Students of college are capable to achieve their goals and prove their worth in various fields facing all the difficulties and problems. In university examination student of our college got position in merit list. Apart from this sports students of our college have also played at national level.Obeying the cultural calendar students have conducted cultural activites also. Student of our college also won in Inter college competition. College also has a Commercial division to guide students.


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NAAC report of Government (Naveen) Arts and Commerce College

The Government (Naveen) ARTS and commerce College, Bhopal (GNACC) is affiliated to Barkatullah University. It was established on 3rd September 1987 as a co-educational Institution. It has a student strength of 521, out of which 139 are females and 382 are males. The college runs B.A and B.Com courses. Additionally, it also runs B.Com (Computer Application) under U.G.C. Scheme of Vocational Courses from 2003. This programmee was converted into self-financed programme in academic year 2006-2007. In addition a new career oriented programmee, namely , B.C.A., was also started on self-financing basis. The Institution has received UGC recognition under 2f and 12B in May 2000.

The Government (Naveen) Arts & Commerce College, Bhopal volunteered to be assessed by the National Assessment & Accreditation Council (NAAC) and conducted the preliminary self-study in October 2005. The Self-Study Report (SSR) was submitted to NAAC by the Institution on 27th March 2006. A Peer Team was constituted by the Council to visit the Institution and validate the Self-Study Report. The Peer Team consisting of Prof. Prem Sharda, Former Vice Chancellor, Veer Narmad South Gujarat University, Surat, Gujarat, as Chairperson, Prof. Sushil J. Lalwani, Ex-Dean and Head, Department of Business Finance & Economics, Jai Narain Vyas University, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, Prof. K. Damodar Naidu, Former Principal, Govt. First Grade College, Ramnagar, Karnataka, and Shri B.S. Madhukar, Deputy Advisor from NAAC as member Co-ordinator of the Peer Team, visited the Institution for three days from 4th to 6th October 2006.

The Peer Team carefully perused and analysed the Self-Study report submitted by the Institution. It noted the Mission and Goals stated by the Institution in its SSR as listed hereunder:-

Provide qualitative traditional higher education to students.

Provide traditional higher education for overall personality development of students as well as to develop other necessary capabilities.

Make efforts to change the scenario of higher education in terms of utility and social use.

To change the higher education as per time demand by maintaining their originally.

Provide employment oriented traditional higher education.

Use education to make capable/strong youth for active participation in decision making developmental activities of community.

To make various programmes beneficial to students of college with constant efforts for their improvement.

Develop the institution in the form of excellent qualitative organization as per standard norms of community.

Create transparent administration and integrity towards the Institution among each person associated with the organization.

Prepare institution to move step towards achieving high quality, excellence and target of Higher Education and make a foundation for future.

Establishing value through education for making students well cultured.

Develop easy and congenial atmosphere for creative work.

Inculcate respect within the teachers of institution for their profession.

During institutional visit, the Peer Team went through all the relevant documents, visited the departments and the facilities and interacted with the various constituents of the Institution. The academic, co-curricular, extra-curricular, sports and extension activities of the Institution were observed. The Peer Team also interacted at length with the Head of the Institution, teaching faculty and non-teaching staff, students, parents, and alumnea of the Institution. Based on the above exercise and keeping in mind the criteria identified by NAAC and the goals of the Institution, the Peer Team assessed the Institution in relation to the said evaluation criteria and the performance of the institute. A summary of the findings of the Peer Team is stated in the following pages

SECTION- 2: Criterion - wise Analysis
Criterion I: Curricular Aspects
The college offers three programmes - B.A., B.Com and B.C.A- the last having been started in 2006-07 as career oriented course. B.A. students have choice to select History, Economics, Political Science, Sociology with foundation courses such as Hindi Language, English Language, Entrepreneurship and Environmental studies. The programmes are flexible enough to offer students the valuable benefits such as time frame matching student convenience, horizontal mobility and elective option. The existing curricula for a subject is reviewed and updated by the University and all affiliated colleges follow it. To introduce any new programme, permission is to be obtained from Higher Education Department, thereafter affiliation is granted by the University. The Institution has strived hard to achieve its goals.

The Institution has set goals that are reflected in curricula with emphasis on qualitative higher education relevant to society as per contemporary needs. As an affiliated college of Barkatullah University, Bhopal, the college follows the Syllabi prescribed by the University for the Humanities and Commerce faculties at the Under graduate level.

It is commendable that the College has, in keeping with its mission and goals, adopted innovative approach and included subjects like Computer Applications and International Marketing in B.Com programme and added a career oriented programme viz B.C.A. in the current academic year.

Admission to various Courses is granted through merit-cum-reservation policy of the Government of Madhya Pradesh and the cut off marks vary for different courses.

Criterion II : Teaching, Learning and Evaluation
The College runs three academic programmes, namely B.A, B.Com and B.C.A
The teaching staff is recruited by following Madhya Pradesh Government rules and UGC norms either through M.P.P.S.C. or by the Committee formed as per Directorate of Higher Education Department directives. The College has a well qualified teaching faculty of nine permanent and two part time teachers. Out of the nine permanent faculty, eight teachers have Ph.D. degrees while one has post-graduate degree. Besides the teaching faculty, the College has a Sports Officer, a Librarian, five non-teaching staff and five Class IV employees. The College has a Central Library, Computer Centre, Sports & Games facilities, a Gymnasium and a vehicle parking stand.

The college does periodic assessment to evaluate the students. Assignments and Seminars form an integral part of the evaluation to enable the teachers to assess the students. The Institution has planned 264 working days during session 2005-06 with effective teaching days to the tune of 181 days. It is noteworthy that the Institution has started the Scheme of Teacher Evaluation by students on the basis of a prescribed proforma. The urge to improve teaching learning process by adding new facilities is evident in the Institution.

Evaluation of students is done by way of Periodical tests and assignments. At the end of the academic year the University conducts examinations and results are declared by the University. The pattern of Question papers is also decided by the University. Every teacher has to submit a self-assessment report through the Head of the department to the Principal. Feed back about the quality of teaching is collected four times in an academic year from the students through prescribed proforma. This report of Self-Appraisal depicts performance of a teacher concerned at a glance. In addition teachers submit their reports to the Principal at the end of every session in the proforma prescribed by the Government, on the basis of which they are evaluated every year by the Head of the Institution. This Confidential Report is sent to Higher Education Department on the basis of which higher pay scales are granted. The Principal and President of Janbhagidari Committee inspect the classes regularly and interact with the students to get their feed back.

The Institution has a transparent admission process and follows the admission rules framed by the Government and the University. Apart from regular classes, remedial classes for weaker and brilliant students are conducted.

The Institution facilitates effective running of teaching-learning process by providing the facility of library. The Institution has also finalized a plan for monitoring student progress through Vocational Guidance Cell. The Institution has an open and participative mechanism for evaluation of teaching of the faculty. The Principal assesses the faculty performance by watching the teaching inside the class room and through direct interaction with the teachers. The faculty has an opportunity for continued academic progress and career advancement by attending refresher and orientation programmes, seminars and workshops from time to time. Selection of students for various courses is based on their academic record. There is a provision for assessing students for a particular programme after admission. Weak students are provided special guidance in specific subjects. The college encourages the teachers to make a teaching plan and work diaries were written and submitted to the Head of the Department.

The College has the Tutor-Guardian Scheme wherein each teacher is assigned 30 students. The teachers look after the academic progress of their students as well as personal difficulties and extend all help at the time of need. Regular meetings with their wards are held every month in order to build healthy inter-personal relationships. The Syllabi is unitized according to the annual system of teaching. Apart from the regular classroom teaching, seminars and symposia are organized to motivate students. Students are also encouraged to participate in intercollegiate Seminars, Quiz and Symposia. In courses like B.Com., Computer Applications and B.C.A. where on the job training is necessary, students have to submit the project report after undergoing institutional training and it forms part of the internal assessment. Guest faculties are also invited from the academic or other allied industrial sectors to share their expertise and to provide practical skills to the students.

The use of overhead projectors and audio-visual aids supplement classroom teaching; however, there is a need to develop a centralized audio-visual facility for easy access of equipment to faculty for use in the classroom and to develop their own teaching aids. The activities of each department provide scope for extra curricular and co-curricular learning.

Criterion III: Research, Consultancy and Extension
The Institution runs Undergraduate courses and hence there is no research work among students. The faculty members of the college have attended workshops, seminars, conferences and some of them have published their research articles related to their field of study in National and International journals. Those who wish to do research among the faculty are granted study leave as per government rules and are provided with seed money also. Three Assistant Professors have been awarded Ph.D degree in their respective subjects during the last five years (out of a total strength of 9 full time permanent teachers, 8 are Ph.D. holders). However no consultancy work has so far been undertaken by the faculty.

The Peer Team is of the opinion that the College is ideally located in Bhopal, a premier city and the capital of Madhya Pradesh. With as many as 8 Ph.D. qualified teachers, it needs to take major initiatives to promote industry-institute interaction by offering consultancy service to local business and industry.

The N.S.S. Wing with its motto 'Service to Humanity' organizes year long activities such as Blood donation camps, Medical Camp, Community Development, awareness programmes on Environment and Aids. Visits to old Home ^^vkljk^^ and Asha Niketan - shelter for mentally handicapped are also organized. It organized a workshop on water conservation and tree plantation. There is scope for further utilization of student potential for extension activities and outreach programmes especially in the field of women empowerment.

Criterion - IV: Infrastructure & Learning Resources
The college started on 3rd September, 1987 in a rented building and then was shifted to the present Malviya Hostel premises in April 2005. The new buildings are located on an excellent plot of land measuring about 7000 sq. mts. Since the present building was previously a hostel, the rooms are very small, hence construction of three new class rooms is under progress to facilitate effective teaching. A few more classrooms and auditorium are planned to be constructed with U.G.C. and State Government funds. There were 52 small rooms which were altered subsequently to fulfil requisite academic and administration infrastructure needs, such as erstwhile kitchen into a Principal's room, the two store rooms into Office and Accounts Section, the Dining Hall now houses the library, Computer Application Laboratory and one classroom. The erstwhile Canteen has been converted into Gymnasium and sports department. In the next 2-3 years, it is expected that the Institution will have a robust infrastructure to cope with the needs of a very good college. The Library has around 8570 books and 40 Periodicals/Journals Since it is a Government College, P.W.D. undertakes repairs and white washing of the building periodically. Janbhagidari Samiti which plays a pivotal role in the all-round development of the college came into existence on 11.04.1997. This agency along with college administration was instrumental in getting the present premises for the college from the State Government. . It also helped in getting funds from the District Planning Committee for the maintenance and repairs of the college.

The general library facilities need to be revamped. Book bank facility should be made available in the library. Necessary arrangements have to be made for the students to have free access to the books. Reading room space and furniture needs to be increased to accommodate more students to go through newspapers, journals, periodicals and magazines. Computerization of library need to be undertaken on top priority basis. More number of computers should be added to the Computer Centre to meet with the growing needs of students. The Computer Centre should develop application packages like pay roll system, admission and attendance particulars of students and multi media presentation. Internet facility may be provided at the library separately so as to enable the faculty and students easy access for internet browsing and also gathering information from Inflibnet, UGC, ICSSR other libraries and knowledge centres.

The new College premises appear to have breathed new life in the College stake holders and they look forward to adding the necessary facilities for making the teaching-learning process more effective and efficient.

Criterion - V: Student support and progression
It is noteworthy that the college consistently maintains very good results in the University examinations. Financial aid is provided to the needy students in the form of scholarships. A good number of students get one or other scholarships from the Central, State and other agencies. Scholarships to SC/ST/OBC candidates have been separately offered, in addition to other poor boys, physically handicapped and wards of bidi workers. The college has a sports department with facilities like volley ball, basket ball, ball badminton and shuttle badminton courts. It also has access to Police playground facilities in the neighbourhood.

In the field of Sports the college has a sports officer but does not have its own playgrounds for sports and games that require large playgrounds like football, hockey and cricket and this has resulted in not getting more students to participate in various sports activities. However, College has a new Gymnasium and facilities for indoor sports as well as a new ground for net practice for sports and games like food ball, hockey and cricket that require large grounds. A very helpful factor is that students have access to the Police playgrounds in the neighbourhood Participation in the University and national level sports need to be encouraged. Sports persons are encouraged as per government policy and given preference at the time of admission.

The college does have an Employment Cell or placement officer to offer Career Counseling to students. On the other hand the College has a Career Guidance Cell which aims to provide students with the relevant information about available career opportunities. The Institution has planned a Vivekanand Career Counseling Cell as per the guidelines circulated by the State Government. The teachers provide academic and other guidance to the students as per their requirements. Tutor guardian scheme helps a lot in this process. There is also an Alumnae Association which promises to become active and assist the Principal and Janbhagidari Committee in their development plans.

Every new student is provided with College Prospectus which provides details about the faculty, courses offered, rules for refund of fee and other important information. The college also provides recreational/leisure time activities such as indoor games like Chess, Carrom, Table Tennis, Nature Clubs, outdoor games, debate clubs, cultural programmes. To encourage creative activity among students various competitions like slogan writing, poster making are undertaken. A handwritten college annual magazine consisting of articles written by various students and Professors was brought out during 2005-06.

Criterion VI: Organization & Management
The College has an efficient internal co-ordinating and monitoring mechanism. The Principal of the College is the administrative and academic head. She functions through decentralization of administrative and academic responsibilities by forming various Committees like Admission Committee, Discipline Committee, Election Committee, Purchase Committee, Library Committee, Sports Committee, N.S.S. Committee, Grievance Redressal Cell, Annual Stock Verification Committee etc. The College also offers various facilities to its teaching and non-teaching staff such as GPF Loan, Grain Advance, Festival Advance, Vehicle Loan and Housing Loans etc.

The Principal supervises the work efficiency of non-teaching staff and co-ordinates with the Commissioner for Higher Education for the same. There is an internal Audit Committee which scrutinizes the vouchers, cash books and other relevant records and verifies the cash book entries relating to income and expenditure.

As per the guidelines provided by the Directorate of Higher Education a Grievance Redressal Cell was established on 28.01.1999. The Cell consists of four senior faculty members of the College, to ventilate grievances, if any.

There is no special Committee for preparing Academic Calendar in the College because the College follows the Academic Calendar drawn up by Barkatullah University, Bhopal to which it is affiliated.

Annual Budget of the Institution is estimated at Rs.47,18,000.00 and with 521 students, unit cost comes to Rs.9,056.00.

The fee charged is low as per Government norms and major part of expenditure is met with Government grants. It is expected that the two self-financed courses will generate some surplus funds that could be further utilized for all-round development of the Institution.

Criterion VII: Healthy Practices
The Institution has taken initiative to offer Yoga & Judo classes. There is an emphasis on value based education with special reference to Indian Culture. Team work is being encouraged. The Institution has applied Internal Quality checks through Viva, Internal assignments and special classes. The College records are well maintained and involvement of students in improving the College performance and administration is encouraged. All students are covered by Insurance.

Section 3: Overall Analysis
Government (Naveen) Arts & Commerce College, Bhopal is a small college with small number of students. It has been shifted from a very small campus to a well located present campus last year. This has had a good number of positive fall-outs.

There is an evident sense of purpose to add new academic programmes that are career
Oriented and also improve quality of traditional courses. The infrastructure is steadily improving with the innovative Janhhagidari Scheme. Teachers are well qualified but need to be re-oriented in their thinking and approach of their new role in the emerging knowledge society. So also some administrative measures need to be taken to help it to rise upto expectations of its stakeholders, namely the students, parents, potential employees and the society at large.

Based upon the Peer Team's interaction with students, teachers, alumnae, parents and non-teaching staff of the College and on the contemporary scenario of higher education elsewhere in the country, the Peer Team seeks to draw the attention of college administration on the following factors:
At present computer education is imparted to a few students only on a selective basis. It is suggested that all students be provided Computer education and facility on a large scale be provided to equip them for better knowledge and skills. These may be available regularly not only to B.Com. students but also to B.A. students.

Facility for N.C.C. Air Wing and Naval Wing and Water Sports activities like water skiing may be promoted among students as there is a lake in the vicinity of the College campus.

Postgraduate courses and job oriented PG and UG Diploma Courses under Career Oriented Programmes (UGC COP) may be offered by the Institution to create an environment for conducting valuable research by students as well as teachers as also to promote institute-industry relationship.

Owing to non-availability of sufficient number of teachers in Commerce, the existing teachers have to share more workload than prescribed. It is suggested that the Department of Education may depute requisite number of Commerce teachers to cater to the needs of all the Commerce students.

There is a need to foster a sense of belongingness, dedication, commitment and involvement of all teachers for efficient team work and create synergy in learning, teaching, research and strengthening bonds with other stakeholders.

Promotion of research through U.G.C. minor and major research projects and U.G.C. Seminars is need of the hour. Teachers need proper guidance for submission of research projects and also insight into facilities extended by other Academic bodies.

Future planning of infrastructure by new construction as well as renovation of the existing old building by a competent architect is most essential. This will help the College to survive and grow in the emerging educational environment.

Formal mechanism for collecting feedback from students on various aspects of their learning experience at the Institution level may be instituted.

Establishment of an Internal Quality Assurance Cell will ensure a well designed approach to meet the well thought out norms and standards of NAAC

The Peer Team believes that the suggested exercise will be useful to the Institution to initiate the quality enhancement strategies for further growth and rapid development to reach high level of excellence.

The Peer Team is thankful to the Principal, Management, Faculty, Non-teaching staff and students for the co-operation extended to conduct a successful visit to this institution. The Peer Team offers best wishes to them.

Prof. Prem Sharda ( Chairperson)

Prof. Sushil J. Lalwani (Member)

Prof. K. Damodara Naidu ( Member)

Dr. Swarnalata Tiwari (Principal)

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