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Government Bangur Post Graduate College, Pali, Rajasthan


Government Bangur Post Graduate College, Pali, Rajasthan
Address:Keshawato Ki Dhani, Anandpur Kalu, Jaitaran
Pali (District Marwar)
Rajasthan, India
Pin Code : 306401

Government Bangur Post Graduate College, Pali Rajasthan is a recognised institute / college. Government Bangur Post Graduate College, Pali Rajasthan is also known as Bangur Govt PG College Pali Marwar.
Principal of Government Bangur Post Graduate College, Pali Rajasthan is Ramkesh Meena (Mobile 8559952535).

Government Bangur Post Graduate College is situated in Pali of Rajasthan state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Pali comes under Pali Tehsil, Marwar District.

Contact Person(s) of the Government Bangur Post Graduate College, Pali Rajasthan is (are): Nodal Officers Dheera Ram Choudhary (Mobile 9828284561 ) Dr. Rajendra Joshi (Mobile 9414344911 ).

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Government Bangur Post Graduate College, Pali Rajasthan are 9460145111, 8875872564.

email ID(s) is Government Bangur Post Graduate College Pali Rajasthan

Contact Details of Government Bangur Post Graduate College, Pali Rajasthan are : 02932-226452


Government Bangur Post Graduate College, Pali Rajasthan runs course(s) in Degree, Law stream(s).
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Approval details: Government Bangur Post Graduate College is affiliated with Jai Narain Vyas University JNVU, Jodhpur (Rajasthan)

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NAAC report of Government Bangur Post Graduate College

Section: 1 Preface
Government Bangur P.G. College, Pali is a prominent college of the Jodhpur Division and is located in an urban area. Established in the year 1960, the college is affiliated to Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati University, Ajmer (Rajasthan) and has got UGC recognition under 2f and 12 B since 1961.

The college has a vast campus of 50 acres with multi faculty courses. It has six disciplines in the faculty of science, three in commerce, seven in arts and one in law as per following:

Faculty of Science: Botany, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, Zoology, Textiles dyeing & printing.

Faculty of Commerce: Accounts & Finance, Business Management, Banking and Financial Management;

Faculty of Arts: Hindi English Literature, History, Political Science, Geography, Economics, Sanskrit.

Faculty of Law: One under graduate course.

A total number of 24 programmes are offered in this college, out of which, 17 are at UG level, 06 at PG level and 01 in Law. The college has a well-qualified permanent staff of 56 members, out of which 30 are PhD, 07 M.Phil and 19 P.G Degree holders. It has an administrative staff of 29 & 01 technical assistant. The college has made no temporary or part time appointments. The total student strength at UG level is 1833, out of which female students number only 180. However, at PG level, out of a total of 279 students, the number of girls is 107.The College has all except a guest house, canteen, health care/ dispensary, hostel for girls, a common room for girls, housing for teaching/non teaching staff, workshops, welfare schemes and a non resident centre.

The Unit cost of education is Rs 7918. The college is not running any self-financing course. The temporal plan of academic work of the college is an annual system.
The college hostel is presently used for PG Classes. The college has a separate auditorium.

Govt. Bangur P.G. College, Pali, approached NAAC, Banglore for accreditation and submitted self study report in March 2004. The NAAC has constituted a Peer Team comprising of the following members to visit and to assess the institution and validate the self-study report.

Prof. Jaya Indiresan (Chairperson.)
(Former Senior Fellow NIEPA, Delhi)
Advisor ACORD
B-57 Hill view Apartment
Vasant Vihar, Delhi-110057.

Dr. N.D. Wani (Member)
Govt. Gandhi Memorial Science College,
Jammu 180001 (J&K)

Prof. C.P. Kaushik (Member Co-ordinator.)
Dean , Academic Affairs
Dean & Chairman, Department of Environmental
Sciences & Engineering
Guru Jambheshwar University
Hissar-125001, Haryana.

The Peer Team visited the college on August 9th & 10th, 2004 and made an assessment of the departments, laboratories, library and other facilities. The Peer Team had a detailed discussion and interaction with the principal, faculty members, students, non-teaching staff, parents and alumni of the college and elicited their views on facilities and functions of the institution. Based on the above exercise and the seven criteria, as identified by NAAC, the assessment of the institution is presented in the following pages.

Section2: Criterion wise Analysis
Criterion I: Curricular Aspects
As an institution affiliated to the Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati University, Ajmer the college follows the university programmes both at PG/UG levels for all the faculties.

Apart from the defined UG programmes in science, commerce and law, the college offers a special papers in textile dyeing & printing & Jeevan Vigyan and Jainlogy at U.G. level. However, there is sufficient scope to add new career oriented programmes viz; Functional English, Biological techniques & specimen preparation, BCA, BBA, electronics etc. At PG level the college offers courses in economics, history, political science, business management, accounts & finance and banking & financial management. The college adopts syllabus updated periodically by the university. The faculty of the college has little scope for giving suggestions for innovations in curriculum design. However, they give feed back at the time of Board of studies meeting. The college has introduced environmental studies course as a compulsory subject at UG level in all the streams since 2003. Besides this, computer science is also a compulsory subject at UG level.

Criterion II: Teaching Learning & Evaluation.
Admissions to various courses of study are made on the basis of academic merit in accordance with the policy of the Govt. The knowledge, skill and performance of the students are assessed through three tests during the academic session. The last test is important as it is modeled on the annual university examination. No remedial classes are conducted for the educationally disadvantaged students.

The institution publishes its Institutional calendar in the prospectus. However it does not have an academic calendar, nor do teachers have a specific teaching plan. However, the principal monitors completion of syllabi through HODs

The students are informed of the evaluation system at the beginning of the session through the college prospectus.

Lecture method of teaching is supplemented by practical, fieldwork, group discussion, seminars etc. There are no audiovisual facilities available in the college. The college has 223 working days and students are exposed to classroom teaching for a period of 160 days in an academic year. The ratio of teaching to non-teaching staff is nearly 2:1. The percentage of classes taught by the full time faculty is 100%.

The overall pass percentage in the college is fairly high. In the academic year 2002-03 at UG and PG level it was 78.75 & 71.65 percent respectively.
Teachers are recruited through Rajasthan Public Service Commission. The college is provided teachers on the basis of workload reported to the Govt. by the college. The college cannot appoint temporary/ adhoc teachers. However, it has a provision for part time/ full time teachers under guest faculty scheme. 29 teachers of the college have participated in seminars/conferences/workshops at national level and 5 at International level. One teacher has also been resource person at international level. Teachers also attend faculty development programmes and 43 teachers have attended these programmes during the last two years. The college has a provision of Annual Performance Report (APR) in which the teacher is supposed to write about his performance in the self-appraisal Performa. The APR is commented upon by the Principal and reviewed by the higher authorities. Adverse remarks are conveyed to the teachers. The APRs are considered at the time of placement/promotions by the administrative department.

Criterion III: Research Consultancy & Extension.
Apart from 04 minor research projects, no other research activities have been undertaken in the institution. However, teachers can avail study leave. About 10% of teaching faculty is engaged in research activities, writing of books, articles etc. At present three teachers are registered for Ph.D.

Other than NSS & NCC, which are active, the college does not have any outreach programmes viz, population education club, National Literary Mission etc. However, activities like community development, social work, health and hygiene awareness, adult education, AIDs awareness, blood donation camps, environmental awareness are organized in the college. Teachers and students are encouraged to participate in these extension activities and are motivated through seminars, lectures, demonstrations etc.For this help of NGO & GO is also utilized.

Criterion IV: Infrastructure and Learning Recourses
The college is located in an urban area of 50 acres and has a total built up area of 201,666 Sq. m. The college utilizes Govt. and local funds, UGC grants & donations for augmenting the infrastructure and other co-curricular activities. Present infrastructure is maintained through Govt grants and local funds. Plantation & cleanliness drives are undertaken to maintain the campus. A central library with reading room facility is available in the college. The college library has an advisory committee. Book bank facility is also available in the central library. It has a total of 55,506 books and subscribes to 14 magazines and 06 journals in addition to newspapers. The total working days of the college library is 281 and remains open for eight hours every day. No reprographics facility is available in the library. Also the college library is not computerized and no Internet facility is available in the institution.

The college has a central computer training lab and 13 computers & two printers are available for students. The computer facility is provided to the students for eight hours every day. The computers are maintained on a franchise basis.

The college does not have its own medical dispensary for first aid facility for the students. The college has sports grounds/playing fields for cricket, volleyball, handball, football and basketball. However, outside facilities are utilized for swimming, boxing and tennis. Outstanding sport persons are awarded prizes trophies & cash awards with certificates. College has participated at national and state level games and won 02 gold medals at state level. Recreational facilities available for the students are mainly indoor games, magazine, cultural programmes, dance and drama etc.

The college has a hostel building. However, it is used to run P.G. courses, thus denying this important facility to the students coming from the rural areas.

Criterion V: Student Support and Progression
The institution has maintained fairly good results and overall drop out rate is about 8.63%. Around 10% of the enrolled students pursue higher studies. The college publishes a prospectus, which contains admissions rules, profile of the college and faculty, details of fee structure and scholarship schemes etc.

Students avail merit cum means scholarship and 365 students availed SC/ST scholarships and 14 under handicapped category last year. 14 candidate of the institution has passed UGC-NET/SLET. Some candidates have qualified state level competitive tests.

*There is no placement or employment cell. However, committees of teachers do academic and personal counselling. Vardhman Mahavir University, Kota has maintained a distance education center in the college for the benefit of students.
The college does not have an alumni association.

*The College does publish its Magazine. However, souvenir for academic excellence of the student is not published by the college.

Criteria VI: Organization & Management
The internal co-ordination and monitoring mechanism as well as mechanism to check the work efficiency is done by the college administration through various committees. Professional development programmes for non-teaching staff is conducted as per Govt. rules. The fee structure of the college is moderate and as per college needs. The college has an internal audit system apart from the Govt. audit. The college has a redressal cell constituted to look into the problems of employees & students. Loan facility is also available to the employees as per Govt. rules. The institution has contituted a committee to look into the sexual harassement of women.

Criteria VII: Healthy Practices.
The Peer Team has identified a few healthy practices, which enhance the academic ambience of the college. They are as follows;

*The college has maintained quality checks through committees and faculty of Deans & HOD.

*Value based/ moral education is imparted to students through seminars, lectures, workshops etc.

*Civic responsibilities among the students are inculcated through Social Service Camps, traffic awareness camps, career guidance, planning forums.

*The college provides facilities and the services of some of the teachers for distance education programs of Vardhman Mahavir University, Kota.

*The college organises community orientation activities through cultural programmes, sports and NSS activities.

*Promoting environmental awareness among students by including it as a compulsory paper in all faculties.

Section: 3 Overall Analyses
Govt Bangur PG College, Pali offers eighteen programmes in Science, Commerce, Arts & Law at UG level and 06 programmes at P.G. level. The college does not offer any courses in vocational studies, add on courses/ career oriented courses sponsored by U.G.C except textile dyeing & printing as a subject.

It is a prominent college of the district located in an urban area in 50 acres in Pali and offers educational facilities to rural students out side the district also. The college functions under government directives and has no source of income apart from Govt. funds or student fund. In 9th plan the college received Rs 10 lacks from UGC which has been utilized for construction of geography laboratory, equipment and books. In the tenth plan also Rs 10. 4 lacks have been approved by UGC. The concept of generating resources from alumni is yet to set in. However, under MP Local Area Development scheme an amount of Rs.9 lacks was sanctioned for construction of auditorium. Another Rs.3.78 lacks have been sanctioned by MP from Pali for gymnasium. Further, proposals, to the tune of Rs 12.03 lacks have been sent to the Govt for sanction.

The highly qualified faculty has contributed in National & International Seminars. Some of the teachers have published articles in reputed journals, newspapers etc.

In sports, the students represent the college at the university and inter university level and two gold medals have been secured last year.

The Peer Team after having gone through complete record, interacted with the faculty, non-teaching staff, students, parents, alumni and having visited various faculties feels that the institution is functioning smoothly and providing higher education to the common community.

Some of the highlights of the institution are
*Highly Qualified Staff.

*Effective Leadership and sincere teamwork.

*Commitment of the Teaching & Non-Teaching staff.

*Women Study Cell for the upliftment, development and awareness of girls.

*No tuition fee for girls & certain categories.

*Good discipline and well behaved students.

*Physical and academic infrastructure.

*Open system of books in the library

*Scholarships for physically challenged students.

*Computer and environmental studies being compulsory.

*High number of teaching days.

However, the Peer Team recommends the following suggestions for the overall quality improvement of the institution.

*The college should prepare a vision and mission statement. Each department should have definite plans and programmes for over all development of the college.

*The college should explore the possibilities of introducing UGC sponsored courses viz, BCA, BBA, Functional English, Biological Techniques & Specimen Preparation, Electronics etc.

*Remedial courses may be started and self-financing courses can also be undertaken by the institution under Xth UGC Plan.

*Computer facilities may also be used to start short-term courses on self-financing basis.

*All the departments in the college may be connected with L.A.N and computer facilities be made available to all faculty members.

*The internet connectivity should be procured at earliest possible.

*UGC may be approached for connectivity, radar system, and other funds including construction of hostels for both boys and girls.

*Computerization of Library and office may be initiated as early as possible.

*Academic Counselling Cell, , Career Counselling Cell, placement cell needs to be setup. Students grivience Cell needs to be updated

*Govt. as well as UGC may be approached to sanction sufficient grants for construction of blocks for P.G. Courses.

*No new P.G. Courses may be added before proper infrastructure is raised.

*The institution may also provide details of university examination and evaluation should also be included in it.

*The College may publish Souvenir and make it a regular features.

*Alumni association may be set up and can be a good source for generating financial resources. Parent and teacher meetings need to be encouraged.

*More sports facilities may be provided to the students especially to girl students. Construction of gymnasium should be expedited.

*Health Services may be setup immediately.

*Canteen facility should be provided to the students.

*Govt. UGC may be approached to provide funds for construction of Guest House in the campus.

*The college may update laboratories.

*Teachers with PhD degrees may apply to different funding agencies like UGC, DST, ICSSR, ICHR etc. for financial assistance to carry on their research programmes.

*Teaching Aids like OHP, slide projectors, Audio Visual Aids may be made available for use by all the teachers.

*More books can be added to the central library. Obsolete books may be disposed off.

*Central Library can be updated with Internet facilities for the students. Photocopying, audiovisual, computer facilities should be included.

*Short-term courses in Functional English/ Spoken English may be started. Coaching centre in the college may be setup to train students for various states, multinational and Union Competitive tests.

*Workshops may be setup.

*Reasons for low percentage of girls student at UG level may be looked into and remedial measures, if possible undertaken.
Evaluation mechanism of the teachers may be encouraged and students feed back incorporated for over all development of the institution.

The team is highly thankful for the co-operation given by the Principal and the member of the staff during the visit.

Prof. Jaya Indiresan.

Dr. N.D. Wani

Prof. C.P. Kaushik.

I agree with the observations and recommendation made by the Peer Team in this report.

Shri Padam Chand Jain

Date: August 10th, 2004

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