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Government Post Graduate College BHEL, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh
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BHEL, Mahatma Gandhi Square,
Piplani, Bhopal-Raisen state Highway
Bhopal (District Bhopal)
Madhya Pradesh, India
Pin Code : 462021


Government Post Graduate College BHEL, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh is a recognised institute / college. Status: Govt. Government Post Graduate College BHEL, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh is also known as Govt PG College Bhel Bhopal. Government Post Graduate College BHEL, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh was established on / in 1984.


Principal of Government Post Graduate College BHEL, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh is Dr. Indu Prabha Tiwari (Mobile 9893193056), Dr. (Mrs) Manjula Sharma.

Government Post Graduate College BHEL 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 Post Graduate College BHEL, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh is +91-755-2681133.

Contact Person(s) of the Government Post Graduate College BHEL, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh is (are): Principal PG Wing: Dr R K Khajwaniya (Mobile 9424446519).

Residence Phone No(s) of concerned peron(s) of Government Post Graduate College BHEL, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh is (are) : 0755-2572551.

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Government Post Graduate College BHEL, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh are Principal Mobile no. 98268-87323.

email ID(s) is Government Post Graduate College BHEL Bhopal Madhya Pradesh


Contact Details of Government Post Graduate College BHEL, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh are : Telephone: +91-755-2681133

This college is different from Govt College, Malviya Hostel, Bhopal.



Courses

Government Post Graduate College BHEL, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh runs course(s) in Degree stream(s).
BA: FC, Pol.Sc., Ecco., Hindi, Eng., Sociology
B Sc: FC, Phy., Chem., Maths, Botany, Zoology, Nutrition and Diet.
B Com: All compulsory Papers
M.A
M.Sc
M.Com
P.G.D.in Tourism & Hotel Mgt.

Approval details: Government Post Graduate College BHEL is affiliated with Barkatullah University, Bhopal

Profile of Government Post Graduate College BHEL

Location: It lies about 12 km from the city.

Graded B+ by NAAC
Starting in a very modest way the college was established in 1984, with the sole aim of reaching education to the rural and industrial masses and situated in the outskirts of the city of lakes Bhopal.
The college is situated in the industrial township of Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd, Bhopal. Since the college is Co-ed, it is our duty to ensure safety and welfare of the girl students. The same is taken care appropriately by the college authorities .

The college was started on the 28th August, 1984 by the then Hon Chief Minister of M.P Shri Arjun Singhji primarily to cater to the needs of the Industrial giant Navaratna company BHEL. This is the only Government college providing educational facilities to the mushrooming satellite colonies in and around BHEL. The college continues to get infrastructural assistance from BHEL apart from financial assistance from UGC and State Govt.

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NAAC report of Government PostGraduate College - Bhopal

SECTION -I :
INTRODUCTION
Govt P.G. College, B.H.E.L. Bhopal, M.P. is affiliated to Barkatullah University, Bhopal . The college was established in the year 1984 with the objective of spreading education among the young generation of people coming from low income groups of society and staying in villages and industrial areas situated on the outskirts of Bhopal. This co education college is managed by the Government of Madhya Pradesh with the infrastructural support provided by B H E L ( Bharat Heavy Electrical Limited, Bhopal ) The college offers undergraduate as well as post graduate courses in faculties of Commerce , Arts and Science and follows annual system of examination together with admission, teaching and examination norms laid down by the university.

The progressive trend of the institution can be seen in the gradual introduction of many degrees / programs related to Arts, Science, Commerce as well as self financing courses, B.Sc. in Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics and P.G. diploma in Tourism and Hotel Management, B.Com in Computer Application and B. Lib. Science in the subsequent years. It has a total student enrolment of 1422 in all its UG and PG Courses. It has a faculty strength of 33 of which all are regular and 05 full-time guest teachers. The non-teaching staff includes 6 administrative and 4 technical staff.

The college has UGC recognition under 2 (f) and 12(b) since 1991and 1997 respectively. It receives grant from State Government as per its norms and procedures notified from time to time. Apart from the regular grant from the government, the college generates its funds by running four self-financing courses.

Today the college has thirteen departments, offering UG, PG and PG Diploma programs. The number of teachers with M.Phil. Degree is 05 and with Ph. D. degree 20. During its existence of 23 years, it has emerged as an important centre of higher learning for both male and female learners. The college has facilities like central library, sports, photocopying, vehicle parking shed, UCO Bank counter etc.

In order to get itself accredited, the college prepared its self-study report and offered to be assessed and accredited by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council in April, 2006. NAAC constituted a Peer Team with Prof .K. M. Kaveriappa, Vice Chancellor, Manglore University, Manglore as Chairperson, Prof. F.A. Fernandes, Registrar ,Padmashree Dr D Y Patil Vidyapeeth ( Deemed University) ,Mumbai and Dr. Amrita Paresh Patel, Principal, Uma Arts and Nathiba Commerce Mahila College, Gandhinagar, Gujrat as Members, and Shri B.S. Madhukar, Deputy Advisor at NAAC as Co-ordinator to visit the college and validate the self-study report. Before the proposed visit, the copies of the Self Study Report submitted by the College and the Peer Team documents prepared by the NAAC were made available to the members.

During the institutional visit from December, 5-7, 2006, the Peer Team visited all the departments and support services as well as interacted in detail with the Principal, the President of Janbhagidari Samiti, Addl. Director of Higher Education Department, Government of Madhya Pradesh, 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 identified by the team, are presented herewith:

SECTION-II : CRITERION-WISE ANALYSIS
Criterion -I : Curricular Aspects
The goals and objectives of the institution are well defined which aim to impart the knowledge relevant to society and community development. The degree and diploma courses are planned according to the norms of the affiliating University.

The college caters to the educational needs of both male and female students coming from rural and industrial areas situated in the nearby areas of Bhopal. It runs at present 6 UG and 6 PG and one PG diploma programs in both aided and self-financing mode. Some of the programs offered here are job oriented in nature. The college offers these courses: B. Com, M .Com., B. A, M. A., B. Sc., M. Sc., Post Graduate Diploma in Tourism and Hotel Management, B.Sc. Course in Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics, B.Com Computer Application, B. Lib. Science. Out of these B. A., M..A., B. Com., and M.Com. as well as B .Sc. and M .Sc .are aided courses and rest are run under self-financing scheme. The elective options are limited.

Being an affiliated college, it has to follow the syllabi prescribed by the affiliating university. Hence there is little scope for designing curriculum and review on the part of the college. But in the case of diploma courses, innovations are introduced by the college with the approval of the University. The college is the centre for the Bhoj Open University , too. It is better if the college initiates steps to obtain the feedback from the academic peers and students about the quality of education and courses offered. The college should establish linkages with local industries to make program more effective.

Criterion - II : Teaching, Learning and Evaluation
The students are admitted on the basis of academic record in the qualifying examination. The college also follows statutory reservation policy of the State Government in its admissions. Due weightage is given to students having NCC certificates as well as state and National level sports certificates.

The college publishes its prospectus to provide requisite information to students about admission procedure, availability of courses and seats, fee structure etc. The courses are taught as per mandate of the affiliating University, which conducts its examinations.
The college has 33 teachers, out of which all are permanent and 05 full-time guest faculties. Out of 33 permanent teachers 20 are Ph.D., 05 are M.Phil., as on today. All members of the faculty have completed the required number of Orientation programs and Refresher courses. The teachers of Hindi Department have written books, got their articles published in the newspapers and magazines, but the concept of getting the research based articles published in refereed journals has yet to get momentum.

The Peer Team is happy to note that most of the teachers are preparing their teaching plans, maintain academic diary. To make the classroom teaching more effective, students' feedback is taken by the principal.

The institution does not conduct any formal talent search in the beginning of the session. However, steps may be taken to organize courses for the socially and academically disadvantaged students.

Out of a total 1422 students admitted in undergraduate, post graduate and PG Diploma courses, 04 students are from other states. 88 students are admitted in self-financing courses and the remaining in aided courses for 2006-2007. The dropout rate is normal but the failure rate is high in certain cases. Eligibility to take the final university examinations is linked to 75% attendance in the classes. There is a need to inform parents of the performance of their wards periodically. Departmental meetings are held at the beginning of the academic session for unitization of syllabi and teaching workload distribution.

The college promotes student-teacher interaction and communication for better teaching learning possibilities. The college may consider including group discussion, seminar presentations, tutorials, feedback from students for enhancing the academic atmosphere. About 80% of classes are taught by full time faculty. The institution worked for 285 working days and teaching days were 180 in the session 2005-2006. The college works from 9.30 A.M. to 5.30 P.M.

The recruitment of teachers is fulfilled by 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 33 full-time faculty members and 05 guest teachers in the institution. In addition, the institution appoints teachers on contract basis on part-time basis as per requirements of subject teaching load especially for self-financing courses.

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. All 33 teachers have attended requisite Orientation programs and Refresher courses. They are also encouraged to participate in national, seminars/conferences/workshops. During the last two years, a few teachers participated in national seminars. The Principal, on the basis of university results, participation in extra curricular activities and their institutional contribution, writes their ACRs.

Criterion - III : Research, Consultancy and Extension
In all 20 teachers possess the Ph. D degree and two of them have been awarded Ph.D. during the last five years. A few faculty members in the department of Hindi have published their research articles in journals and books. Teachers may be motivated to seek the funding from national agencies by the U.G.C. The college may encourage research activity by granting leave to the faculties whenever required and making the necessary adjustments in timetable.

A teacher has been given additional charge for conducting extension activities which include programs related to NSS, Community Development, Health and AIDS awareness camp, tree plantation, environmental awareness, training in disaster management, adult literacy campaign, blood donation and Sramdan camp etc. The activities of N.S.S. unit are carried out in association with the N.G.Os. like the Rotary club, the Lions club and Save Your Life club. The college has one unit of NSS with one hundred students which undertake such activities. The college has conducted 10 days rural camps for the NSS students in the nearby villages. One of the faculty members has been designated as the district coordinator of NSS activity of the university.

Students interested in NCC are allowed to enroll themselves in the neighbouring college. Denzil George, student of B.Sc. III, represented at Republic Day parade (2002) and was awarded best cadet (IIIrd position in India).

Criterion - IV : Infrastructure and Learning Resources
The built up area available for the college is about 24,000 sq. ft. Most of the departments are crowded and need more place for their class rooms and laboratories. The laboratories need to be equipped properly with modern instruments.

The infrastructure of the college is being maintained by the authorities out of the annual income for the maintenance of infrastructure and furniture. The College ensures optimum utilization of its infrastructure facilities by running the college from morning 9.30 A.M. to evening 5.30 P.M.

There are 10 computer systems and 01 printer and a scanner in the college. In order to show the importance of the application of computers in the modern world the college authorities may think of buying more computers and a computer programmer may be appointed for the same purpose.

The college has library managed by an advisory committee. It has reading room of 300 sq. ft. area. There are 14990 books in the library. It subscribes 12 journals and periodicals and a few dailies. There is one computer, printer and scanner. The library has circulating services and book bank facilities. The library is kept open during the college hours. The photocopying facility is available in the library for the benefit of the students.

The college depends on BHEL sports facilities for the sports activities. It is creditable that students have participated in state, national / international level meets. First and second positions were received in state level meets by 12 students. Players are given tracksuits, T-shirts, jackets and sports shoes etc. However, it is required to motivate the students to make use of the sports facility of the college.

Modern teaching aids like OHP, LCD projector are used by only a few teachers . Efforts be made to add more such equipments and encourage teachers to make use of these facilities for effective teaching.

The present infrastructure is barely sufficient to cater to the growing needs of the institution. It is therefore, advisable to augment the existing infrastructure for future needs.

Criterion V : Student Support and Progression
The performance of the college in terms of this dimension is directly or indirectly reflected in the percentage of results and other related indices. These support services include, financial aid, scholarships, library and reading room and the play ground. The following are the findings of the peer team.

The college has got student support services such as central library with a reading room. The library offers lending services and book bank facilities. The college has vehicle parking place, and photocopying facility is also available. There is first aid facility. In emergency the services of B.H.E.L. run dispensary as well as hospital adjacent to the college is made use of.

386 SC/ST/OBC students received free ships in 2005-06 and 300 students have received in 2006-07. The free ships have been awarded as per the Govt. of Madhya Pradesh rules.

Some students drop out in some courses because of the growing demand for professional courses. The college should offer plenty of opportunities for capacity development and personality building through games, sports, debates, study tours and cultural events, etc.

There is a need to publish college magazine annually to provide opportunities for their creative talent.

The college has NSS unit of 100 students. It provides ample opportunities for the students to participate in the activities related to health, environment and education. The students interested in NCC are permitted to enroll in the unit of NCC in the nearby colleges. The Grievance Redressal Cell needs to be strengthened.

Criterion VI : Organization and Management
The Principal is at the helm of academic & administrative affairs. She functions with the help of various committees. The Principal being the head of the institution looks after the routine administration 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 Janbhagidari Samiti, Students Union Committee, Admission Committee, Disciplinary & ragging committee, committee for prevention of atrocities on Women & Protection of their rights, and examination committee, library committee, purchase committee. These committees plan, workout and coordinate all the activities of the College. The Principal monitors and checks the work efficiency of the non- teaching staff through periodical feedback from the staff and students.

The College generally follows academic calendar framed by the University, the faculty members bring out the Academic Planner in consultation with the Principal. The College has an informal method of grievance redressal, which on receipt of complaints takes the issue into consideration and settles the matters amicably.

Major items are purchased by the Principal after seeking the permission and approval from the Department of Higher Education. The college accounts have been audited up to 31st March 2006. There is an internal audit mechanism in the College. There has been no deficit budget during the last two years. The Principal monitors the working of the office and other administrative aspects. The college has aided and un-aided section of staff. The Head clerk monitors the efficiency of the non-teaching staff. ACR grading is given on their performance by the Principal.

Employees are provided with loan for children's education and marriage.

There is Janbhagidari Samiti or the People participating committee to monitor the college activities & render financial help to needy students.

Criterion - VII : Healthy Practices
Introduction of two job oriented self-financing courses :
Tourism & Hotel Management
Food & Clinical Dietetics Nutritions

Spreading of employability among the students coming from low income groups of families residing in the villages and industrial areas on the outskirts of Bhopal.

Imparting value based programmes by the Dept. of Sociology
Exhibition on Nasha Mukti & AIDS in 2004
Essay competition on 'Girl Child Killing', in 2005
Inculcation of Civic responsibilities among the students through NSS
activities & Camps / Literary campaigns, family planning / awareness of traffic rules / self-help etc.

Effective utilization of available building space and facilities.

Maximum no. of faculty having Ph.D. as the highest qualification.

Welfare schemes for faculty and students.

Award of scholarship to a girl child who secures first class in XII std.

Encouragement for sports and achievements in sports.

SECTION - III
Overall analysis and Commendations
The Principal provides good leadership to the institution with the active support of the enthusiastic faculty and staff.

The infrastructure and facilities are being used to the maximum extent possible.

Various student support programs existing in the college including the Group Insurance scheme take care of the needs of the students.

Performance of students in sports and their NSS activities.

High proportion of Ph.D. Degree holders among permanent faculty.

Spreading of employability among the students coming from low income groups of families residing in the villages and industrial areas on the outskirts of Bhopal through quality education in commerce, Arts and Science and more specifically through modern professional courses.

Recommendations
The class rooms are small and cannot accommodate all the students admitted to some courses. Therefore it is necessary to provide bigger class rooms for some programmes or create two sections of students.

The college library is too small compared to the strength of students and faculty members and the number of programmes offered in the college. Therefore the library space needs to be atleast doubled.

The P.G. students require open access in the library.

The science laboratories having P.G. Programmes need to be up graded and modernized with equipment.

The strength of the female students in the college is high and the college needs a ladies common room. For this purpose, U.G.C. assistance may be sought.

Weaker students and advanced learners have to be identified and remedial coaching has to be arranged for the former and extra study material will have to be provided to the latter.

Most of the students are unable to communicate in English language. This inadequacy may be removed by organizing proper coaching in spoken English.

Similarly computer training has to be made compulsory for all the students.

Audio-visual facilities such as O.H.P. and L.C.D. have to be popularized as teaching aids.

Security arrangement in the campus may be tightened to prevent intruders in to the campus. Proper identity cards may be issued to the students of the college.

As far as new courses are concerned, subject to availability of infrastructure and facilities the following courses may be introduced : B.S.W., B.A. Journalism and Masters in Nutrition and Dietetics. Similarly, certificate level courses like spoken English and Personality Development may be started as additional courses.

Some of the skill oriented Add-on Diploma courses listed by the U.G.C. may be introduced.

The Peer review of the institution may be done periodically.

The parents need to be informed about the progress of their wards in a formal way.

The process of self appraisal and student appraisal of the staff have to be initiated.

Eventhough many members of the faculty possess research degrees, there is a need to develop research culture in the college. Teachers should be encouraged to publish their works and submit projects to agencies like U.G.C., D.S.T., C.S.I.R. for funding.

There is a strong case for establishing a Women Study Centre in the college. For this a proposal may be submitted to U.G.C. for funding.

Action has to be taken to constitute an Alumni Association in the college.

To form an Internal Quality Assurance cell as per NAAC norms.

The above recommendations are made after an objective assessment of the institution with a view to improving the quality and standard of education offered here. We earnestly hope that the above recommendations will be implemented with the help of the State Govt., the Parent university, U.G.C. and Janbaghidari Samithi of the college.

The Peer Team thanks the Principal, the Govt. representatives and the Coordinator of the Steering Committee of the College, the teachers, the students and the members of the non teaching staff of Govt. P. G. College for their co operation which made its task easy and for making all arrangements for the visit.

(Prof. K. M. Kaveriappa )
(Chairman )

( Dr. Amrita Paresh Patel )
( Member)

(Prof. F.A. Fernandes)
(Member )

(Dr.Abha Gargav )
Principal,
Govt. P.G. College, B.H.E.L. Bhopal.

Date. December 7, 2006

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