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Munna Lal and Jai Narayan Khemka (ML and JNK) Girls College, Saharanpur, Uttar Pradesh
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TCIL-IT M.L.& J.N.K. Girls College (Campus)
Sant Ravidas Nagar
Chilkana Road
Saharanpur
Uttar Pradesh, India
Pin Code : 247001


Munna Lal and Jai Narayan Khemka (ML and JNK) Girls College, Saharanpur Uttar Pradesh is a recognised institute / college. Status: Aided. Munna Lal and Jai Narayan Khemka (ML and JNK) Girls College, Saharanpur Uttar Pradesh was established on / in 1966.


Principal of Munna Lal and Jai Narayan Khemka (ML and JNK) Girls College, Saharanpur Uttar Pradesh is DR.Padmaja.

Munna Lal and Jai Narayan Khemka (ML and JNK) Girls College is situated in Saharanpur of Uttar Pradesh state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Munna Lal and Jai Narayan Khemka (ML and JNK) Girls College, Saharanpur Uttar Pradesh are 09897141450.

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SECTION - I: INTRODUCTION
Munnalal and Jai Narayan Khemka (ML and JNK) Girls' College established in 1966 aims to provide quality education to girl students. The motto of the College is 'Education with a vision - self-reliance'. The college aims to provide education, which would 'produce not only good academic achievers, but also balanced homemakers, competent to shoulder responsibilities and to carve a niche in a patriarchal society.'

The college is situated on the periphery of urban area and thus serves both rural and urban population. The campus area is 24,049 square meters, while the built-up area is 2,457 square meters. M.L. and JNK Girls' College is a grant-in-aid institution, affiliated to Choudhary Charan Singh University, Meerut (U.P.). It received recognition from UGC under 2f and 12B in 1969. While the University has provision for granting autonomous status, the College has not applied for the same.

The college offers a total of 26 programmes viz. 10 under-graduate, 08 post-graduate and 08 at Ph.D. level. Commerce is single department faculty while there are 09 departments in the Faculty of Arts. Self-financing courses are offered in Home Science, Visual Arts - Drawing and Painting at Post-Graduate level and in Commerce at under-graduate level. As per the requirements of the university college follows annual system.

The total numbers of students enrolled in the college including doctoral students are 2,640. Out of these 1892 are undergraduate students in general courses and 155 in self-financing courses at U.G. level. Among the post-graduate students 496 are enrolled in general programme and 77 in self-financing courses. Twenty students are registered for Ph.D.

The recruitment of teachers is through the U.P. Higher Education Service Commission. The appointment of teachers in self-financing courses is as per the norms laid down by the University.

There are 36 permanent teachers in the regular courses; among these 23 have Ph.D., 03 have M. Phil and 10 have post-graduation as the highest qualification. In the self-financing courses there are 10 teachers out of which 01 is Ph.D. and 09 have post-graduation as the highest qualification. The total number of permanent non-teaching staff is 15 and there are 04 temporary non-teaching staff.

The unit cost of education for regular courses is Rs. 4897/- including cost of salary and Rs. 391/- excluding the salary. In self-financing courses the Unit cost is Rs. 3,482 with salary and Rs. 2,063 without salary costs.

The facilities at the college include; computer center, central library, health center, housing facility, sports facility, auditorium, banking facility etc.

The college functions for 256 days with 165 teaching days. The total numbers of books in the Library are 44,700.

The college prepared the Self-Study Report in January 2005 and volunteered to be assessed by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) Bangalore. The Council constituted a Peer Team as mentioned below.

Prof. Veena R. Mistry Chairperson
Former Pro-Vice Chancellor,
M.S. University Baroda
Vadodra - 390002, Gujarat

Prof. S.S. Chatha Member
Principal
Lyallpur Khalsa College,
Jalandhar, Punjab.

Prof. T.N. Mathur Member Coordinator
Professor of Commerce
University of Rajasthan,
Jaipur-302004, Rajasthan.

The Peer Team visited the college on 7th and 8th March 2005. Prior to the visit the members of the team met on 6th March at 7:00 p.m. to discuss and exchange notes on the Self-Study Report and formulate modalities for the validation process. During the visit the Peer Team met with the Principal, Management Council, teachers, students, alumnae, non-teaching staff and parents. The team also visited various infrastructure facilities, and verified documents. Based on the above exercise the Peer Team presents, criteria-wise assessment, overall analysis and recommendations as parts of this report.

SECTION II: CRITERION-WISE ANALYSIS
CRITERION - 1: CURRICULAR ASPECTS
Initially the college curriculum began with courses considered women friendly, with subjects like Drawing and Painting, Home Science, Music and Literature but later on to keep pace with the changing scenario the college also introduced Economics, Sociology, Political Science and Commerce.

As the M.L. and J.N.K. Girls' College is affiliated to Chaudhari Charan Singh University, Meerut the courses offered are prescribed by the University. Within this framework, the college offers a variety of under-graduate and post-graduate courses so as to meet its objectives of providing higher education to women students from across economic, religious, and social sectors.

At present the college offers several undergraduate programmes in ten subjects namely; English Literature, Hindi, Sanskrit, Political Science, Sociology, Home Science, Economics, Music - Vocal & Instrumental, Visual Art-Drawing and Painting and Commerce. Post Graduate programmes in eight subjects namely Hindi, English - Literature, Sanskrit, Political Science, Economics, Sociology, Visual Art-Drawing and Painting and Home Science. The Certificate and Diploma Courses include subjects like Computer and Fashion Designing. The college has introduced undergraduate programme of Commerce and Post Graduate programme of Home Science in 2001. The above two courses and Visual Art-Drawing & Painting function under Self-Financing Scheme.

Development programmes are an integral part of the curricula to enlighten, enrich and empower women learners' multidimensional personality The students regularly participate in workshops, competitions, debate etc. which in-turn leads to fostering analytical ability and confidence. Fifty percent of the courses offered by the college are knowledge based whereas forty percent have the component of knowledge and skill.

The time frame option is not available to students, however, horizontal and elective option are available. The college follows the syllabi prescribed by the Choudhary Charan Singh University, Meerut (UP). Foundation course for BA students is compulsory at all the three levels. One new course in Physical Education has been introduced at first year level from this academic year.

The faculty members are engaged in updating and reviewing the curricula by sending suggestions and participating in Board of Studies as convener/members. For introducing new courses college takes one year to complete all the formalities of the State Government and the University. The College encourages multidisciplinary approach particularly in the research projects.

Besides inspections prior to introduction of new courses, no academic audit is conducted. As the colleges offer under-graduate and post-graduate level courses it covers a range of subjects however, with limited number of teaching faculty there is a possibility of dilution of teaching and curriculum content.

CRITERION - 2: TEACHING LEARNING AND EVALAUTION
Students are admitted on the basis of academic record in the qualifying examination. Reservation norms of the State Government are followed and admission in PG courses is done as per the University's instructions. To explore the abilities and potentials of the students "Talent hunt contests" are organized. Counselling is provided to the students if they want to shift to another subject.

There is no provision of assessing students knowledge or skill by giving them assignments and tests. Formal system of offering bridge or remedial courses does not exist however; teachers on individual basis provide assistance to students from time to time. Advanced learners are encouraged by appointments on committees and membership to subject associations as well as by awarding merit certificates. Occasionally teachers raise funds for economically needy meritorious students. The faculty has also instituted prizes and awards for meritorious students. As well as for co-curricular activities and for excellence at the University level examinations. Teachers give educationally disadvantaged students special assistance during free hours.

Teachers plan their teaching in accordance with the academic calendar worked out at the beginning of the academic session. However, the planning is at an individual teachers level, specified norms for internal assessment are not laid down. Progress of teaching is reviewed at the departmental meeting and adequate arrangements are made to cover the syllabus if required. Lecture method is the main mode of instruction with some departments conducting group discussions, group activities, workshops, fieldwork, seminars and presentations. For preparing teaching aids facilities like computer, Internet, manuscript reader, OHP, camera, slide projector and music system are available to the teachers. Teachers do not seem to make maximal use these facilities.

The college observes 160 days for teaching and 256 days for working. Permanent staff does Seventy percent of teaching. The ratio of teaching to non-teaching staff is 26:7.

Some departments of the college monitor the performance of the students through classroom tests and talent hunt competitions. The evaluation methods are communicated to the students through notice board, assembly and announcements in the classrooms. Internal assessment is conducted, according to departmental decisions; there is no centralised college level policy for the same.

The recruitment of the staff members is done through Higher Service Commission. It is also responsible for creating and sanctioning new teaching posts. The college advertises teaching posts under Self-financing programme and a selection committee appointed by the Management as per the University rules interviews and appoints the candidates. The college has the freedom to appoint teachers on adhoc basis according to U.P. Higher Education Directorate.

Four teachers have participated at international Seminar and nineteen teachers have participated at National Seminars. The college follows self-appraisal method to evaluate the performance of the faculty in teaching, research and extension; this information is used for filling confidential reports. The Principal through direct communication also makes random observations on teacher's performance with the students. Campus experience feedback Performa was used on experimental basis to collect feedback from the students. This practices needs to be revived and continued in future.

The college has linkages with consortium for Educational Communication (CEC) and National School of Drama for student related activities. Teachers are encouraged to participate in Seminars, Conferences, Workshops, Orientation and Refresher courses to update their knowledge. Dr. Madhu Jain has received an award for "Outstanding Work" at All India Art exhibition State Museum, Shimla.

CRITERION - 3: RESEARCH, CONSULTANCY AND EXTENSION
The college encourages research aptitude among teachers and students. Teachers are motivated for academic advancement by taking UGC projects and fellowships. Those teachers, who opt for the research programmes are given study -leave and their work schedules, are adjusted. The college is recognised as research centre in the subjects Hindi, English, Sanskrit, Political Science, Economics, Sociology, Drawing and Painting and Home Science. Students are encouraged to develop research aptitude by opting for minor research project in MA II programme. Except for few teachers the research activity is limited to guiding student projects.

Four students have been awarded Ph.D. Degree and twenty students have registered for Ph.D. Degree. The college received a grant of Rs. 659970/- for two-research project from UGC and ICSSR.

Teachers at the college have published articles and books. While few publications, especially books are well received and reviewed in the respective academic circles, the academic quality of publications in journals needs improvement and research articles need to be published in refereed journals. The college does not have formal consultancy services. However, teachers of departments such as Home Science, Drawing and Painting and Sanskrit work with, NGOs. The college is also involved in the socio-cultural life of Saharanpur.

The department of Sanskrit is recognised for its academic and research endeavour.

Teachers are given additional charge for conduct of Extension activities, which include NSS, NCC, Ranger, Environment Unit Sameer and Cultural Committee related programmes. The extension activities encompass programmes such as: Health and Hygiene Awareness, Adult Education and Literacy, Blood Donation and Aids Awareness camps. The college also conducts Culture promotion and Ranger Unit to promote social and national commitment programmes, and the college occasionally organizes programmes for women's' empowerment. Students and teachers actively participate in 'Kala Mela' organized by the college on the pattern of 'Suraj Kund Craft Mela'. During the last five years 03 students have won medals in athletics and 01 student received Presidential Medal for Excellence in NSS. Three NCC cadets were selected for RDC - Lucknow camp in the year 2002-2003.

The Ranger unit of the college was declared best team in the University during 2001-2002. The college was also organized Inter College Rovers / Rangers meet under the aegis of Director of Higher Education, Allahabad.

Km. Neeru Arora, NSS volunteer received Presidential award for excellence in 2004, Km. Aarti Gupta (Badminton), Km. Nidhi Sharma represented the University at the Inter university competition during 2003-2004. Km. Nidhi Sharma (Hockey) Km. Deepti Sharma (Athletics), Km. Manisha Rani (Judo) and Km. Aarti Gupta (Badminton) won medals at the state level competitions. Km. Nidhi Sharma (Hockey) and Km. Manisha Rani (Judo) participated at National Level competition during 2004-2005.

CRITERION-4 :INFRASTRUCTURE AND LEARNING RESOURCES
The college is located in the urban area having 24,049 sq.mtr. Of land. The college utilizes its resources and funding system to provide infrastructure so as to facilitate the teaching learning process. The maintenance of the infrastructure is through supervision during current financial year the expenditure on maintenance is RS. 4,11,890/- up to the 6th March 2005. Over the year the college has attempted to maintain a green, clean and beautiful campus. The staff and students are involved in maintenance of plants and cleanliness of the campus.

The Library has an advisory committee. There is book bank facility. Computerisation of the library is in process. The library is well stacked as it has a total of 44700 books, 35 Journals and 30 Magazines. The library works all the days except public holidays, Sunday and winter vacations. The working hours of the library are 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. though for a college offering Post Graduate programmes the duration is limited. The library has recently received a sanction from INFLIBNET for linkage and has received a grant from
The college Dispensary provides first aid to the students. Beside this a Doctor is appointed to visit dispensary for regular health check up.

Infrastructure facilities for sports and physical education are available for the students. It includes Athletic track/fields, Judo Hall, Archery ground, Basket Ball Court, and Yoga centre etc. For admission to college weight age is given to outstanding sports persons. Beside this cash award to medal winners, free ship, and extra diet to students practicing daily are given as incentive. The college recently hosted University level inter college Tournament of Volleyball.

The maintenance of the college building especially toilets and furniture needs improvement. The college does not offer hostel facilities. While it has adequate infrastructure the college needs to maximally utilize the same. Resource mobilization through UGC supported self-financing courses can meet needs of infrastructure development and maintenance as well as augmentation of laboratory facilities.

CRITERION - 5: STUDENT SUPPORT AND PROGRESSION
The college attempts to provide services so as to augment and promote progress of students. The college offers Post Graduate programmes, which provided vertical mobility to Under Graduate students. There is 0.5% drop out rate.

The Alumnae of the college hold prominent positions in the society as teachers, artists, entrepreneurs, business executives etc. The alumnae association of the college was formed in the year 2002. The association organizes lectures, workshop etc. for the students. In the last five years 07 students have cleared UGC-CSIR (NET) examinations.

The college publishes its prospectus regularly; which informs students about its philosophy and objectives, course content, admission procedure, fee structure and other relevant information. The college offers some scholarships and free ships as per the Government and the University norms. There are eight categories of scholarships which are need based i.e. merit cum means. Scholarship are provided to SC / ST students.

During the previous two yeas 04 students have received National fellowships, 188 have been awarded SC scholarship and 79 have received ST scholarships, 08 students have received other scholarships and awards. The college has Poor Students Fund to help students pay partial fees.

The college does not have a placement cell or a placement officer. However, the college has introduced a career corner from the current year, which provides important and relevant information and guidance to students. Teachers provide academic and personal counseling to students. There is no formal modus operandi for Bridge or Remedial courses, nor is they're a college level system of internal assessment of student's academic performance.

The college provides ample recreational facilities such as indoor games, outdoor games, and organizes a number of curricular activities through debate club, cultural association and nature club.

The college offers opportunities in the area of sports, literary and cultural activities to its students so as to promote overall development of the students. The college also regularly publishes a magazine, and conducts programmes in collaboration with organizations such as SPICMACAY, IPTA and other local agencies. Cultural activities are an integral part of the co-curricular activities of the college. While sports facilities are available the college may consider increasing availability of recreational activities for students.

CRITERION - 6: ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT
Shri Munna Lal Ji, a Philanthropist laid foundation of the M.L. and JNK Girls' College with the objective to impart higher education to women. The brainchild behind this inspiration is Shri Badri Prasad Bajoria, Star Paper Mills Saharanpur. The college has an efficient internal Co-ordinating and monitoring mechanism. The college functions according to the guidelines laid down by the University and the Government.

The principal is the major executive functionary and various committees appointed for the purpose plane all the academic and non-academic activities.

The college has given additional responsibilities to teachers for functioning as Vice-Principal, Controller of Examination, Deans of Student's, Welfare, Proctors and Public Relations Officer. Besides, the above-mentioned personnel, various committees are appointed for internal co-ordination and monitoring of administrative and educational practices. There has not been any internal or external committee specially appointed for improving organizational and managerial practices. However, various committees do make suggestions for improving infrastructure facilities.

The work efficiency of the non-teaching staff is monitored by the Office-Superintendent, the Principal and a Chartered Accountant appointed by the Management Committee. Limited programmes are conducted for increasing efficiency of the non-teaching staff such as, computer training. There is no committee to plan the academic calendar. The Departments independently plan their academic programmes as per the University schedule.

From the year 2004-2005, the State Government has exempted tuition fee for women students. The purchase procedure is followed as per the norms of the Management. There is no formal system of Grievance Redressal however; informal avenues for redressal of students and staff grievance do exist. Overall the college has formulated a democratic and transparent system of administration and management.

The courses are run on grant-in-aid basis. Few self-financing courses are introduced in the college without compromising on quality standards. There is internal audit mechanism. The budget shows a deficit in the last two years.

The college has various welfare programmes for permanent employees like Refundable / non-refundable loans out of PF, Gratuity as per state government rules. However, no benefits are available to temporary staff or teachers appointed in self-financing courses. Beside this the college has also developed a Student Aid Fund (SAF) to help the needy students. The college has informal mechanism for grievance reddressal.

CRITERION - 7: HEALTHY PRACTICES
The Peer Team has observed some special features, which enhance the academic progression of the institution.

The college offers education to only the girl students with special emphasis on developing them into, self confident and mature women.

There is a healthy interactive practice and cordiality among all the constituents of the college.

The College monitors quality education through regular meeting of various committees.
Teaching schedule is followed.

Various co-curricular and extra curricular activities are conducted to promote students' over all development.

"Talent Hunt Contest" to explore the abilities and potential of the students, is conducted.

Faculty members sponsor awards as an incentive to bright students.

Regular health checkups through college dispensary.

Student Aid fund (SAF) to help the needy students.

There are some attempts to provide career counselling to students through career corner.

The college has established linkage with National Institutions mainly to invite eminent persons to address students and teachers.

Interactive sessions, debates and dramatics are organized to develop communication skills among students.

The college attempts to impart value education, national pride and gender sensitisation among students.

SECTION III: OVERALL ANALYSIS
The Peer team, after going through the self-study report and after its visit to various academic and physical facilities, would like to appreciate the efforts taken by Management and Principal to provide education to women. The self-analysis made by college is appreciable.

Within the constraints of the socio-economic milieu in which the college functions it is attempting to provide a value-oriented and relevant programme to its students. The Management is genuinely concerned about providing education to women but with changing times, it needs to reorient the educational process to present and future needs and make concerted efforts towards offering vocational and career oriented programmes.

While commending the contributions made by the college to promote higher education among girl students, the Peer Team would like to make the following suggestions for its future growth and development.

RECOMMENDATIONS
The college needs to provide further opportunities to make the young women self-reliant and empower them with information, knowledge and skills to face the challenges of the world.

For optimal use of infrastructure Evening courses and Distance Education Programme may be started.

The Management, Principal and the teachers need to develop a clear vision for future academic and infrastructure development of the college and make a time frame within which to achieve the same.

A formal mechanism for collecting feed back from the students on different aspects of learning may be evolved.

UG departments need infrastructural support for better facilities.
Create more opportunities by initiating projects and programmes for sharing of knowledge and skills.

Attempts must be made to fill up vacant posts.

Short duration certificate courses as add-on courses need to be introduced.

Courses to improve English Communication skills and computer literacy may be introduced.

The college could also consider setting up a language lab to enhance communication skills.

There is a need for office automation so that administrative functioning can improve.

The setting up of Internal Quality Control and Quality Assurance Cell may be prioritized.

There is a need to increase relevant vocation oriented self-financing courses, such as Media and Journalism, Interior Design, Functional English etc.

Bridge and remedial teaching programme may be introduced.

Student research could focus on socially relevant, region specific issues and concerns such as education, women's empowerment, alcoholism, gender sensitization etc.

There is a need to formalize career counseling cell and a placement cell.

Teaching and Non-teaching staff may be given computer education and use of Internet be encouraged.

Methods, means and activities to enhance contribution of the college to the society in general and community around it needs to be delineated and implemented. Extension activities may endeavor towards a coordinated and concerted long-term effort.

The library is a hub of academic activities, especially in a college that also offers post-graduate programmes; the library should play a pivotal role in providing information to both teachers and students. In pursuance of this objective there is a need to increase the number of reference books in most subject areas and academic journals. The library should take steps to establish inter-library linkages and establishment of e-library.

There is a need to increase working hours of the library.

Group Insurance scheme for the students may also be introduced.

Since the students come from adjoining areas Girls Hostel is the need of the hour. The college may apply to UGC for financial assistance.

Seeking more grants from funding agencies would increase the research activities at the college.

There is a need for teachers to plan academic activities. A formalized college level system for preparing academic calendar and conduct of assessment of students needs to be developing and implemented.

Formalized grievance - redressal mechanism needs to be established for both students, teachers and non-teaching staff.

Involvement of Alumnae Association towards curriculum revision, placement activities and fund raising should be encouraged.

Canteen and recreational facilities for students may be augmented.

The Peer Team expresses its gratitude to the Management, Principal, Teachers, Students, Non-teaching staff and Parents for their co-operation, hospitality and facilities provided for smooth functioning of the exercise. The team places on record its deep sense of gratitude to all who have contributed in this endeavor and wishes the College success in its future activities
Signatures of the Peer Team members:

Prof. (Mrs.) Veena R. Mistry
Chairperson

Prof. S.S. Chatha
Member

Prof. T. N. Mathur
Member-Co-coordinator

Dr. Nilanjana Kishore
Principal
M. L. and J. N. K. Girls' College
Saharanpur - 247001 (UP)

Date : March 8th 2005

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