SELF STUDY REPORT - Arts, Commerce & Science College, Goveli

NAAC
Jeevandeep Shaikshnik Sanstha Poi’s
ARTS, COMMERCE & SCIENCE COLLEGE,
GOVELI
TAL. KALYAN, DIST. THANE. MAHARASHATRA
MARCH 2015
SELF STUDY REPORT
Submitted to
National Assessment and Accreditation council,
Bangalore
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INDEX
Page No
1. Steering Committee
: 03
2. Preface
: 04
3. Principal‟s Message
: 05
4. Executive Summary
: 06 - 11
5. Profile of the Affiliated / Constituent College
: 12-20
Criteria wise Inputs:
Criterion I
: Curricular Aspects
: 21-27
Criterion II
: Teaching-Learning and Evaluation
: 28-48
Criterion III
: Research Consultancy and Extension
: 49-60
Criterion IV
: Infrastructure and Learning Resources
: 61-73
Criterion V
: Student Support and Progression
: 74-89
Criterion VI
: Governance, Leadership and Management
: 90-100
Criterion VII : Innovation and Best Practices
: 101-107
6. Evaluative Report of the programmes
: 108-198
7. Declaration by the Head of the Institution
: 199
8. Certificate of Compilation
: 200
9. Annexure
:
i) Approval of courses of affiliating university
: 201-219
ii) List of subjects, syllabus revision
: 220-233
iii) Staff Profile
: 234
iv) Photo Copy of DD‟s sent
: 235
v) Three Time Slots for peer Team Visit
: 236
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Jeevandeep Shaikshnik Sanstha Poi‟s
ARTS, COMMERCE & SCIENCE COLLEGE GOVELI
At. Goveli, Post. Rayate, Tal. Kalyan, Dist. Thane 421301.
ACCREDITATION STEERING COMMITTEE
Cycle-1
Sr
No
1
2
Name
Dr. U. B. Jangam
Prof. H. V. Soshte
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4
5
6
7
Dr. Rahul Taur
Prof. Deepaswini Chavan
Prof. Pravin Ghare
Prof. Bhagyashri Pawar
Prof. U. B. Gaikar
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Designation
Principal
Vice-Principal
Co-ordinator
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
PREFACE
It is a matter of great pleasure to submit the self-study report of our
Institution to the National Assessment and Accreditation council for
Accreditation.
Our college is situated at a village Goveli on Kalyan-Murbad route, 12
kms away from Kalyan. We get students from nearly 45 villages of Kalyan,
Shahapur & Murbad Taluka. The college has completed 10 years of its existence.
It is certainly a challenging task for us to prepare ourselves for
Accreditation and Assessment. The process of Accreditation has helped us to
improve infrastructure & facilities. Our entire team of faculty members has tried
our level best to fulfill the requirements of various criteria of Assessment and
accreditation.
Place : Goveli, Tal. Kalyan
Date
Prof. H. V. Soshte
: 16.02.2015
(Coordinator, Steering Committee)
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PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE
Necessity of HEI:
There was a necessity of higher educational Institute between Kalyan &
Murbad on the stretch of 30 kms since even after 56 years of Independence, there
was no college in this area for students passing higher Secondary examination.
Initiative of JSSP:
Jeevandeep Shaikshanik Sanstha Poi took initiative to plant seed of
education at Goveli, a place along NH 222. Goveli being a central place
surrounded by nearly 45 villages is ideal for growth of higher education for rural
youth. The academic year 2004-2005 opened a new era of higher education, a
boon especially for girls at Goveli by JSSP with prior permission from state
Government of Maharashtra on permanently unaided basis. University of Mumbai
gave approval to start the degree curriculum in Arts, Commerce & Science.
Initially the college was started in the buildings of old Rural Hospital building at
Goveli & surrounding area with student strength of 118. Subsequently, the college
was shifted to its own premises with campus area of nearly 5 acres.
Present State of the College:
At present the institute has 7 degree programmes, 2 post graduate
programmes and a Junior College with total student strength of 2579.
The college has created necessary basic infrastructure, laboratories and
library to cater the educational need of the students. A separate library building
with reading room facility is being constructed adjacent to college building. The
college has independent Gymkhana building for encouragement of sports activity
in the college.
Vision fulfillment:
Our focus is on quality enhancement and achieving success, maintaining the core
values of education. The management of JSSP is highly passionate for expansion
of education and keen on improvement of facilities.
Dr. U. B. Jangam
Principal
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
We have started the following courses at degree level
1. B.A in
a) Marathi
d) Geography
b) English
e) Economics
c) Sociology
f) Philosophy
2. B. Com
3. B. Sc in
a) Chemistry b) Mathematics
c) Computer Science
d) Information Technology
4. Bachelor of Mass Media (B.M.M.)in Marathi Medium
5. Bachelor of Management Studies (B.M.S.)
We also have following 2 courses at Post Graduate level
1. M. A in Geography
2. M. Com in Advance Accountancy
We also have following ad-on courses1.
2.
3.
4.
Certificate Course in Journalism
Foundation Course in Accountancy
Certificate Course in Spoken English
Certificate Course in Retail Management.
We have added following facilities during last five years.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Renovated the office of the college.
Constructed separate building of the Gymkhana.
Seminar hall at Terrace of college building.
Bore well in campus for water supply in additional to water supply from
Information Technology laboratory.
Geography laboratory.
Installed CC TV cameras in all class-rooms and corridors.
Introduced thumb / finger print biometric system for staff attendance
(arrival & departure)
9. Renovated staff room, examination room, NSS room.
10. Created e-classrooms with LCD.
11. Sound speakers & mike system procured for college.
12. A generator is made available to the college.
13. Photo copier machines are purchased for college.
14. Separate library building with attached reading room facility students
The following projects of the college are in progress:6
1. Mass Media lab for students of B.M.M
2. Language Laboratory.
Skill development Courses:English speaking course
Tally
Civil Services pre-training
SWOC analysis of the institution:
Strength:* Hard working Students
* Professional Courses
* Extension activities
* Active cultural department
* Active Sport department
* Natural environment for learning
Weaknesses:* Financial weakness of parents
* Funds for growth of the college (unaided college)
* Network problem connectivity
* Load-shading due to rural area
Opportunities:* Employment opportunities for students due to MIDC area and developing
townships
* A lot for scope for women‟s empowerment
* Scope for professional courses which can create job opportunities to the rural
students.
Challenges:* Starting job oriented short term programme
* Generation of funds for college
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* Financial weakness of the students tempt them to take the job rather than taking
higher education.
CRITERIA WISE SUMMARY:
CRITERION I: CURRICULAR ASPECTS
* Since our college is affiliated to University of Mumbai we follow the
curriculum prescribed by University.
* The coordinators of various programmes are responsible for implementation of
the time table, syllabus planning and completion, conduction of internal
assessment part.
* LCD, OHP are used by faculty for effective teaching.
* We have started professional courses such as B. Sc IT, B.M.S, B. M.M and post
graduate courses M. A. Geography, M. Com in Advance Accountancy as per
demand from students.
* NSS units of college and WDC of the college arrange several value added
programmes and society interactive programmes.
* College publishes an annual magazine “Jeevandeep” that includes articles by
students & faculty and annual events account.
* Feedback of faculty is collected every semester through feedback Proforma and
is analyzed for corrective measures.
* Syllabus for English Speaking course is developed by our faculty.
CRITERION II: TEACHING-LEARNING AND EVALUATION:
* The admission procedure starts after the result of first and second year in the
month of April itself. Merit list is put up for third year admissions where
applicants are more in number than intake capacity.
* The prospectus of the college is prepared that contain details about fee structure,
rules and regulation system and is issued with admission forms.
* Merit is the criteria for admissions to all courses and reservation policy of the
state government is strictly observed during admission process.
* Information about admission is circulated through hand bills and through local
news channels on T.V.
* Teachers are required to submit teaching plan for each subject before
commencement of term as a part of IQAC of the college
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* The college encourages teachers to adopt ICT based teaching approach to
generate interest among students and explain the concepts.
*The examination schedule for semester end examination and internal assessment
is displayed in the beginning of the term
* Syllabus completion is monitored and observed.
CRITERION III: RESEARCH, CONSULTANCY & EXTENSION:
* The college has formed research committee that promotes research culture
through various research oriented activities for teachers and students.
* Research journals are subscribed for faculty and students to refer in their
research activities.
* Faculty is encouraged for attending workshops and present their research paper.
* Internet facility and wi-fi facility is available in the campus that helps faculty
for searching material related to topic of their interest.
* Research methodology seminar/ workshops are arranged for students & staff.
* Faculty and students are asked to visit TIFR, IIT Pawai, Mumbai University,
British Council Library for reference work.
* 7 faculty members have registered for Ph. D
CRITERION IV: INFRASTRUCTURE AND LEARNING RESOURCES:
*The college has created necessary infrastructure to run various programmes
satisfactorily. There are spacious class rooms with sufficient ventilation and light.
* The Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science, Information Technology,
Geography have laboratories with required apparatus and computers to conduct
practicals. The internet facility is available.
* The college has Gymkhana building with power lifting and weight lifting
equipment, wrestling equipment, chess boards, carrom for indoor games. Also the
college has spacious play ground for outdoor games like kho-kho, kabbaddi,
indoor game. The Krida Sankul of Kalyan Taluka is nearby college which is used
for cricket. We conducts one inter collegiate competition at our college every
year.
* The college has a library with 12410 numbers of books including text books,
reference books & other books. The college gets books from Siddhivinayak Trust
Mumbai under book bank scheme every year. Internet connection, library
software is made available to library. The timing of library is from 8 am to 5 pm
on working days. Reading room facility is separately made available.
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* No separate medical facility is provided to staff and students, since Rural
Hospital of Kalyan Taluka is within reach of college i.e. 900 meters away from
college. However first aid facility is available in the college.
* Wi-fi facility is installed in the college premises and CC TV cameras are
provided in all class rooms & office.
CRITERION V: STUDENT SUPPORT AND PROGRESSION:
* The institution publisher‟s prospectus containing details of courses, fee
structure, no of seats for each course etc every year.
* The students belonging to reserved category (i.e. SC, ST OBC etc) receive
scholarships from State Government of Maharashtra. Students from financially
weaker section of society are given concession in the fees to be paid to college.
* Industrial visits are arranged for students of final year and management courses
to make them aware about practical aspects of industry.
* Students belonging to cultural committee are encouraged to take part in cultural
competitions organized by University and affiliated colleges.
* Placement cell of the college invites companies for campus interviews and
selection of Jobs. It also displays the job opportunities / vacancies available in
some reputed companies.
* A complaints box is placed in the college for complaints of girls and boys.
* A grievance redrassal cell is constituted in the college for addressing complaints
of students.
* College brings out Jeevandarpan a non-periodical of BMM dept for publication
of articles, poems written by students.
* College also publishes “Jeevandeep” annual magazine of the college that
contains articles from staff and students & information about the college
alongwith photographs of events.
* College has a students‟ councils consisting of GS, LR, UR, SR etc that arranges
events & days in the college.
CRITERION VI: GOVERNANCE, LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT:
* The management of the college plays key role in the development of the
infrastructure providing amenities on the campus and smooth running of the
institution.
* The IQAC of the college was established in the year 2004-2005 themselves, the
first year of the college. Since then it plays prominent role in the development of
quality policies of the college. Punctuality of staff, attendance of students,
conduction of lectures and events is paid attention by management and IQAC
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members from time to time. Planning and execution is observed in all activities of
the college.
* The vision and mission statements of the college are displayed on every floor of
the building and also rules and regulations to be observed by students are
displayed appropriately.
* Various committees of faculty members are formed for effective
implementation of policies and programmes in the college.
* Bio-metric system is installed in the college to monitor arrival & departure
timing of staff.
* Movement registers forms are kept for faculty and staff.
* NSS units of the college organize several socially interactive programmes for
the benefit of society like “Dakhale Shibir, Aids- awareness camp, blood-donation
camp, cleaning of public places of importance etc.
* Adoption of a village is one of the activities of NSS for the benefit of villages in
surrounding area. The adopted villages are surveyed on several parameters and
helped on certain issues. The DLLE of the college also arranges surveys and uses
information collected for improvement of facilities to village.
CRITERION VII: INNOVATIONS AND BEST PRACTCES:
* NSS platform created by University has emerged as link between society and
Institution. This has evolved us to create some of the innovative best practices for
college.
* Besides making campus eco-friendly, energy conservation, rain-water
harvesting, save electricity through use of CFL bulbs, save fuel concept for 2
wheeler users, the college arranged certain programmes in association with
Tahasildar office Kalyan the certificate distribution event ( Dhakale Shibir) for
villagers from nearby villages and information of Government Schemes to
common people.
* Appreciation awards for personalities from various fields and eye –check up,
cataract operations in association with Sarvanand Trust are the best practices
carried out in the institution.
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INSTITUTIONAL DATA
1. Profile of the Affiliated College
1. Name and Address of the college:
Name
JSSP‟S Arts, Commerce & Science College Goveli
Address
At. Goveli, Post. Rayate, Tal. Kalyan, Dist. Thane.
City
Kalyan. Pin. 421301.
Website
www.jeevandeepgoveli.com
2. For communication:
Desig Name
Telephone
nation
with
STD
code
Princi Dr. U. B. O: 0251pal
Jangam
2390016
R:996703307
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Vice
Prof. H. V. O: 0251Princi Soshte
2390922
pal
R:
Steeri
ng
comm
ittee
coordina
tor
Prof. H. V. O: 0251Soshte
2390922
R:
3. Statue of the Institution:
Affiliated College
Constituent College
Any other (specify)
4. Type of Institution:
a. By Gender:
i.For Men
ii.For Women
iii.Co-education
b. By Shift
i.Regular
ii.Day
iii.Evening
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Mobile
Fax
email
986757045
6
0251239092
2
940304880
5
-
940304880
5
-
ubjanga
[email protected]
yahoo.c
om
harenvs
[email protected]
gmail.c
om
harenvs
[email protected]
gmail.c
om
5. It is a recognized minority institution?
Yes
No
If yes specify the minority status (Religious/Linguistic/any other) and
Provide documentary evidence.
---6. Sources of funding:
Government
Grant-in-aid
Self-financing
Any other
7. a. Date of establishment of the college : 21st June 2004
b. University to which the college is affiliated/ of which governs the
college (If is a constituent college):
University of Mumbai
c. Details of UGC recognition:
Under Section
Date, Month & Remarks( if any)
Year
i.
2 (F)
--ii.
12 (B)
--(Enclose the Certificate of recognition u/s 2(f) and 12(b) of the UGC
Act)
d. Details of recognition / approval by statutory / regulatory bodies other
than UGC (AICTE, NCTE, MCI, DCI, PCI, RCI etc): N. A.
Under
Recognition
/ Day,
Validity
Remarks
section / Approval
details Month &
clause
Institution
/ Year
Department
(dd-mmProgramme
yyyy)
i.
----ii.
----iii.
----iv.
----8. Does the affiliation university Act provide for conferment of autonomy (as
recognized by the UGC), on its affiliated college?
Yes.
No.
If yes, has the college applied for availing the autonomous status?
Yes.
No.
9. Is the college recognized
a. By UGC as a College with Potential for Excellence (CPE)?
Yes.
No.
If yes, date recognition: ……………………………….(dd/mm/yyyy)
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b. For its performance by any other governmental agency?
Yes
No.
If yes, name of the agency: ……………………………… and
date recognition: ……………………………….(dd/mm/yyyy)
10. Location of the campus and area in sq.mts:
Location*
Rural
Campus area in sq.mts
20000 sq.mts
Built up area in sq.mts
80000 sq.mts
(* Urban, Semi-urban, Rural, Tribal, Hilly Area, Any other specify)
11. Facilities available on the campus (Tick the available facility and provide
numbers of other details at appropriate pleases) of in case the institute has
an agreement with other agencies in using any of the listed facilities
provide information on the facilities covered under the agreement.
 Auditorium / Seminar complex with infrastructural facilities:
 Sports facilities








Play ground:
Swimming pool:
Gymnasium:
Hostel
* Boys hostel
i. Number of hostels
ii. Number of inmates
iii.Facilities (mention available facilities)
* Girls hostel
i. Number of hostels
ii. Number of inmates
iii.Facilities (mention available facilities)
* Working women‟s hostel
i. Number of hostels
ii.Facilities (mention available facilities)
Residential facilities for teaching and non-teaching staff (give numbers
available- cadre wise) 02 Quarters
CafeteriaHealth centreFirst aid, Inpatient, Outpatient, Emergence care facility, Ambulance….
Health centre staff- - NIL
Qualified doctor Full time
Part
time
Qualified Nurse Full time
part time
Facilities like banking, post office, book shops
Transport facilities to canter to the needs of students and staff
Animal house
Biological waste disposal
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



Generator of other facility for management / regulation or electricity
and voltage
Solid waste management facility
Waste water management
Water harvesting
12. Details of programmes offered by the college (Give data for current
academic year)
S
r
n
o
.
Progra
mme
level
1
Under- BA,
Gradu B.COM,
ate
B.Sc gen
B.Sc (cs),
B.Sc IT),
BMS,
2
PostGradu
ate
3
Integra
ted
progra
mmes
PG
Ph. D
M.
Phil
Ph. D
Certifi
cate
course
s
UG
Diplo
ma
4
5
6
7
8
Name of Duratio
the
n
Program
me
/
Cource
3 Years
3 Years
3 Years
3 Years
3 Years
3 Years
BMM
3 Years
M. A
2 Years
(Geo)
2 Years
M.Com
(Advance
A/C)
Entry
Mediu
qualification m
of
instruct
ion
No.
of
stud
ents
admi
tted
12th Arts
12th Com
12th Science
12th Science
12th Science
12thArts,
Com, Sci
12th Arts
B. A. (Geo)
B. Com
Sanct
ioned
/
appro
ved
stude
nt
streng
th
Marathi 480
English 120
English 120
English 60
English 60
English 60
480
120
87
00
46
36
Marathi 60
Marathi 60
English 60
27
39
69
15
9
1
0
PG
Diplo
ma
Any
Other
(specif
y
&
provid
e
details
)
13. Does the college offer self-financed Programmes?
Yes
No.
If yes, how many?
06
14. New programmes introduced in the college during the last five years if
any?
Yes
No.
Number
05
15. List the departments: (respond if applicable only and do not list facilities
like Library, Physical Education as departments, unless they are also
offering academic degree awarding programmes. Similarly, do not list the
departments offering common compulsory subjects for all the programmes
like English, regional languages etc.)
List of the Department:Particular
UG
PG
Research
Arts
UG :-09
PG :-01
Research- Nil
a. English
M.A.
b. Economics
Geography
c. Geography
d. Sociology
e. Philosophy
f. Marathi
g. Mass Media
Science
UG :-05
Chemistry
PG :- Nil
a. Mathematics
Research- Nil b. Computer
Nil
Science
c. Information
Technology
UG :-02
Commerce
a. Commerce
M.COM.
16
Nil
Nil
PG :-01
Research- Nil
b. Management
Studies
(Advanced
Accountancy)
Nil
16. Number of Programmes offered under (programme means a degree course
like B A, B Sc, M A, M Com…)
a. Annual system
-b. Semester system
09
c. Trimester system -17. Number of Programmes with
a. Choice Based Credit System
09
b. Inter / Multidisciplinary Approach
-c. Any other (specify and provide details) -18. Dose the college offer UG and / or PG programmes in Teacher Education?
Yes
No.
√
If yes,
a. Year
of
Introduction
of
the
programme(s)
………………………….(dd/mm/yyyy)
And number of batches that completed the programme
b. NCTE recognition details (if applicable)
Notification No. ………………………………………………
Date. ………………………………(dd/mm/yyyy)
Validity:………………………….
c. Is the institution opting for assessment and accreditation of Teacher
Education Programme disparately?
Yes
No
19. Does the college offer UG of PG programme in Physical Education?
Yes
No.
√
a. Year
of
Introduction
of
the
programme(s)…………………….(dd.mm/yyyy)
And number of batches that completed the programme
b. NCTE recognition details (if applicable)
Notification No: ……………………………………….
Date: …………………………………… ( dd/mm/yyyy)
Validity: ……………………………..
c. Is the institution opting for assessment and accreditation of Physical
Education Programme separately?
Yes
No.
20. Number of teaching and non-teaching positions in the Institution
Positions
Teaching faculty
Professo Associate
r
Professor
M F
M
F
Sanctioned
by
the
17
Assistant
Professor
M
F
Nonteaching
staff
M
F
Technical
staff
M
F
UGC
/
University/
State
Governmen
t
Recruited
Yet
to
recruit
Sanctioned
by
the
Manageme
nt / society
of
other
authorized
bodies
Recruited
Yet
to
recruit
19
14
14
03
19
14
14
03
02
21. Qualifications of the teaching staff:
Highest
qualificati
on
Professor
Male
Female
Associate
Professor
Male
Female
Permanent teachers: Nil
D. Sc. / D.
Litt
Ph. D
M. Phil
PG
Temporary teachers:
Ph. D
M. Phil
PG
Part-time teachers: Nil
Ph. D
M. Phil
PG
Assistant
Professor
Male Femal
e
03
01
16
To
tal
--13
22. Number of Visiting Faculty / Guest Faculty engaged with the College.
02
23. Furnish the number of the students admitted to the college during the last
four academic years.
18
Categori
es
SC
ST
OBC
General
Other
Year 2
2011-2012
Year 3
2012-2013
Male
Female
Male
82
33
638
67
44
51
19
510
49
22
78
41
716
91
41
Year 4
2013-2014
Female Male
49
26
526
55
27
Year 4
2014-2015
Female Male
105
59
738
92
39
54
34
515
59
30
131
63
813
91
51
Female
68
34
568
66
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24. Details on students enrollment in the college during the current academic
year:
Type of students
UG
PG
M.
Ph.
Total
Phil
D
Students from the same state 1710
133
--1923
where the college is located
Students from other state of India
-----NRI students
-----Foreign students
-----Total
1710
133
--1923
25. Dropout rate in UG and PG (average of the last two batches)
UG
8 %
PG
12 %
26. Unit Cost of Education
(Unit cost = total annual recurring expenditure (actual) divided by total
number of students enrolled)
a. Including the salary component
b. Excluding the salary component
6011.00
2555.00
27. Does the college offer any programme/s in distance education mode
(DEP)?
Yes
No
If yes,
a. Is it a registered centre for offering distance education programmes of
another University
Yes
No
b. Name of the University which has granted such registration.
c. Number of programmes offered
d. Programmes carry the recognition of the Distance Education Council.
Yes
No
28. Provide Teacher-students ratio for each of the programme/course offered
19
Courses
B.A.
B.Com,
B.M.S.
B. Sc ( Gen, CS,
IT)
B.M.M.
M. A. GEO
M. COM
No of students
1062
364
59
261
44
39
94
No of teachers
16
03
04
09
Ratio
67:1
122:1
15:1
29:1
03
02
03
15:1
20:1
31:1
29. Is the college applying for
Accreditation: Cycle 1
Cycle 2
Cycle 3
Cycle 4
Re- Assessment:
(Cycle 1 refers to first accreditation and Cycle2, Cycle 3 and Cycle 4
refers to re-accreditation)
30. Date of accreditation (applicable for Cycle2, Cycle 3 and Cycle 4 and reassessment only)
Cycle1:…………(dd/mm/yyyy)Accreditation Outcome/Result…………
Cycle2:………….(dd/mm/yyyy) Accreditation Outcome/Result………..
Cycle3:………….(dd/mm/yyyy) Accreditation Outcome/Result………..
* Kindly enclose copy of accreditation certificate(s) and peer team
report(s) as an annexure.
31. Number of working days during the last academic year (2013-2014)
244
32. Number of teaching days during the last academic year (2013-2014)
180
33. Date of establishment of Internal Quality assurance Cell (IQAC)
IQAC: 1/9/2004
34. Details regarding submission of Annual Quality Assurance Reports
(AQAR) to NAAC. N.A.
AQAR (i) ………………………………… (dd/mm/yyyy)
AQAR (ii) ………………………………… (dd/mm/yyyy)
AQAR (iii) ………………………………… (dd/mm/yyyy)
AQAR (iv) ………………………………… (dd/mm/yyyy)
35. Any other relevant data (not covered above) the college would like to
include. (Do not include explanatory / descriptive information)
Nil
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CRITERION I : CURRICULAR ASPECTS
1.1 Curriculum Planning and Implementation
1.1.1 State the vision, mission and objectives of the institution, and describe
how these are communicated to the students, teachers, staff and other
stakeholders.
Vision:To create and develop the facilities and environment required for higher education
that will provide gainful employment and instill a sense of social commitment,
with a focus on the rural youth, to enable them to become responsible citizens of
the nation.
Mission:1. To start courses leading to graduation and post graduation in traditional and
professional branches.
2. To attract and retain qualified faculty to provide higher education using the
latest technology.
3. To organize socially interactive programmes useful to society through various
platforms provided by the University to meet social commitments.
4. To encourage and provide opportunities for learning to girls from financially
weaker section of the society through concessions in fees to enable them to
achieve success in academics, sports and co-curricular activities.
Objectives:1. To encourage students and promote professional courses learning opportunities
offering concessions in fees.
2. To adopt financially weaker students particularly girls for higher education.
3. To provide free education to mass media students for the development of the
mass media courses.
4. To organize socially interactive activities to fulfill social commitment
The vision and mission statements are communicated to the students,
faculty, staff and other stakeholders through display on notice boards, prospectus,
college website, college magazines and banners. It is displayed on every floor of
the college building
1.1.2 How does the institution develop and deploy action plans for effective
implementation of the curriculum? Give details of the process and
substantiate through specific example(s).
* Perspective plan is prepared.
* Academic calendar is prepared and printed in prospectus of the college.
* Teaching plan for each subject for every semester is prepared in advance.
* Lecture notes are prepared for the entire subject.
* Syllabus completion proforma is required to be submitted for all subjects.
* Every teacher maintains a diary in which record of every lecture is maintained.
* Teachers are involved in conducting university examination process.
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* The suggestion boxes are installed in the college for students‟ suggestion.
1.1.3 What type of support (procedural and practical) do the teachers receive
(from the University and/or institution) for effectively translating the
curriculum and improving teaching practices?
* University arranges orientation programs for all subjects introduced in the
curriculum.
* College deputes teacher for orientation programs of University.
* College brought books and equipments for Lab as per demand.
* Curriculum related circular, syllabus is provided by the University.
* Teachers attend workshops on curriculum arranged by the University and
colleges.
* Curriculum related circular, syllabus is kept in Library which can be used by
teachers and students.
* Curriculum is also available on University website.
* Study Material is prepared by the teachers for students.
* Moral and financial support is provided by the management.
* Infrastructure facilities are provided like Internet, sound system, Projector,
Laptop, Computers, O.H.P., Printers, etc.
* Student feedback is taken and analyzed.
* Periodic tests for evaluating student performance
1.1.4 Specify the initiatives taken up or contribution made by the institution
for effective curriculum delivery and transaction on the Curriculum
provided by the affiliating University or other statutory agency.
* Teaching plan for each semester is prepared in the beginning of the term
Indicating scope of syllabus and text / reference books required.
*Assessment schedule is also prepared and displayed on notice board for
information to Students
* Question banks are prepared for every subject & kept in library for reference to
students
* Syllabus completion proforma is compulsory for all subjects & is collected
from all teachers.
1.1.5 How does the institution network and interact with beneficiaries such
as industry, research bodies and the university in effective
operationalisation of the curriculum?
* Organizes Industrial Visit and study tours.
* Campus interviews.
* Course structure is updated on the websites www.jeevandeepgoveli.com.
* The college has network with industries for providing jobs opportunities for our
students.
*Faculty members are involved in different activities of the affiliating University.
* Industries Experts visits to guide our students.
* Industries sponsor for some activities of the college.
1.1.6 What are the contributions of the institution and/or its staff members
to the development of the curriculum by the University?(number of
staff
members / departments represented on the Board of Studies,
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student feedback, teacher feedback, stakeholder feedback provided,
specific suggestions etc.
Contribution of staff members:
* No staff is a member of BOS of University. However, staff member
forward their suggestions to the members of BOS.
* Staff members are involved in University exam work.
Student feedback:
* Students feedback is collected in every semester and analyzed for
improvements.
Stakeholder Feedback:* Feedback is collected during events of the college
* Suggestion from Stakeholders is discussed in parents meeting.
1.1.7 Does the institution develop curriculum for any of the courses offered
(other than those under the purview of the affiliating university) by it? If ‘yes’, give
details on the process (’Needs Assessment’, design, development and planning) and
the courses for which the curriculum has been developed.
As the college is affiliated to the University of Mumbai, it does not have
the freedom to develop the curriculum. It has to follow the syllabus prescribed by
the university. However college tries to supplement curriculum with social issues
like environmental education, gender equality, human rights awareness, etc
1.1.8
How does institution analyze/ensure that the stated objectives of
curriculum are achieved in the course of implementation?
* Student‟s feedback is taken and documented.
* Teacher diary is maintained.
* Theory and practical examinations are conducted according to University
Schedule.
* Results of University exams are analyzed and feedback is given to individual
Teacher for improvement.
* University examination paper sets are made available in library for the
reference to students.
* Use of ICT.
* Project and presentations by students are arranged on given topics.
1.2 Academic Flexibility
1.2.1
Specifying the goals and objectives give details of the
certificate/diploma/skill development courses etc., offered by the
institution.
The goal of the institution is to educate the learner for employability and
overall career development. The following courses have been started with
the same motto.
1. Certificate Course in Journalism
2. Foundation Course in Accountancy
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3. Certificate Course in Spoken English
4. Certificate Course in Retail Management
1.2.2
Does the institution offer programmes that facilitate twinning /dual
degree? If ‘yes', give details.
* No.
1.2.3 Give details on the various institutional provisions with reference to
academic flexibility and how it has been helpful to students in terms of
skills development, academic mobility, progression to higher studies and
improved potential for employability
N.A..
1.2.4 Does the institution offer self-financed programmes? If ‘yes’, list them
And indicate how they differ from other programmes, with reference to
admission, curriculum, fee structure, teacher qualification, salary etc.
Yes.
Admission:
The admission procedures of our institution strictly follow the prescribed
norms of the University of Mumbai. For the admission to regular BA, B.Com.,
B.Sc. (IT) and B.Sc. (CS) preference is given to in – house students. However,
admissions to all the courses are based on merit.
Class Strength:
For regular B.A. / B.Com./ B.Sc., programme number of learners per division is
120. For B.Sc. (IT) and B.Sc. (CS), B.M.M., B.M.S. M.A., M.Com., the numbers
of learners are 60.
Curriculum:
The curriculum is prescribed by University of Mumbai.
Fee Structure:
Fee structure is as per the university norms.
Teacher’s Qualification:
For regular and self finance courses, teacher‟s qualification is considered as per
the university norms.
Salary:
Consolidated salary is paid.
1.2.5 Does the college provide additional skill oriented programmes, relevant
to Regional and global employment markets? If ‘yes’ provide details
of such programme and the beneficiaries.
* The following programme are conducted for skill development.
* Tally
* English Speaking Course
1.2.6 Does the University provide for the flexibility of combining the
Conventional face-to-face and Distance Mode of Education for students to
choose the courses/combination of their choice If ‘yes’, how does the
institution take advantage of such provision for the benefit of students?
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No.
1.3 Curriculum Enrichment
1.3.1 Describe the efforts made by the institution to supplement the
Universities Curriculum to ensure that the academic programmes and
Institution’s goals and objectives are integrated?
* To integrate the academic programmes and institutional goals and objectives,
the institute undertakes personality development programmes, interlinks syllabus
units with social responsibility, value education.
*Remedial coaching.
* Industrial visits, community services, social awareness programmes and career
counseling activities can integrate academic and institutional objectives.
* Institutional faculties are also members of various academic committees at
college level in planning, designing and implementation of curriculum.
* Various cultural and literal programmes are organized by this institution for
Personality Development of students.
* The students are also participating in National programs such as Pulse Polio,
Blood Donation, and other programs. N.S.S., Women Development Cell (WDC),
Life Long Learning Department are playing the crucial role in this regard.
1.3.2 What are the efforts made by the institution to modify, enrich and
organize the curriculum to explicitly reflect the experiences of the
students and cater to needs of the dynamic employment market?
* Our institution arranges the Campus Interviews and Job Mela.
* Our faculties arrange the Industrial Visit for students.
* Institute provides coaching classes for Competitive Examinations ,
* To cope up with the needs of the dynamic employment market, college
regularly organizes job oriented workshops/ seminars such as career in Airlines
and aviation, career in Commerce like CA, CS, MBA. The institution organize
English speaking course for improving the communication skills of learners.
Various seminars are organized to understand the functioning of stock market,
banking and retail trading.
1.3.3 Enumerate the efforts made by the institution to integrate the cross
cutting issues such as Gender, Climate Change, Environmental
Education, Human Rights, ICT etc., into the curriculum?
* Subject related to gender, climate change, Environmental education, human
rights ICT are included in syllabus itself to address the cross cutting issues.
* Consumer Education Workshop is arranged by NSS & commerce Department
for students.
* College library has various books on Gender issues, Climate change,
Environmental studies, Human rights, ICT for reference.
* For subjects like environmental studies and climate change, students are
exposed to issues and their remedies through field visits.
* Various activities are conducted by women development cell related to women
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defense techniques.
* We provide separate girl common room for girl student.
* Foundation course & Environmental studies subject has been included as a
Compulsory subject in curriculum of the F.Y.B.Com F.Y.B.A./ B.sc Classes.
* N.S.S. Students do the plantation activity during events.
* Nature Club & Geography Dept. organize environmental study tour on this
issue.
1.3.4 What are the various value-added courses/enrichment programmes
offered to ensure holistic development of students.
Moral and Ethical values:
The institution organizes talk and guest lecturers for inculcating the moral values
among the learners.
Employability and life skills:
The institution organized workshops and seminars on personality development,
women empowerment, self-defense, disaster management and various computer
courses. Guidance is given to the students for opening zero balance account, how
to make an E – mail ID and online transactions.
Better Career Options:
The College provides guidance through career orientation lectures such as CA,
CS, UPSC, MPSC, Banking and various other competitive exams. Under Career
Counseling Cell, the college provides an opportunity to the students for an entry
into the service sector.
Community Orientation:
The institution takes the efforts sincerely in imparting community awareness
through:
Campaign on save the girl child
* Campaign on Save Energy.
HIV/ AIDS Awareness through street play
Voting awareness through street play and rally.
Anti-plastic campaign by distributing paper bags in nearby areas.
Blood donation and Eye checkup & cataract operation camp.
Tree plantation
Rally on Environmental Issues
Workshop on disaster management
Our institution regularly conducts various social awareness
activities in the adopted area.
1.3.5 citing a few examples enumerate on the extent of use of the feedback
from stakeholders in enriching the curriculum?
I.
Feedback and suggestions from outgoing students
II. Parents suggestions for starting job oriented courses
1.3.6 How does the institution monitor and evaluate the quality of its
enrichment programmes?
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* By getting feedback.
1.4 Feedback System
1.4.1 What are the contributions of the institution in the design and
development of the curriculum prepared by the University?
* Faculties participate in workshops and seminars organized on design and
development of curriculum at college and University level.
*Copies of revised syllabus are kept in library whenever there is revision in
syllabus .
1.4.2 Is there a formal mechanism to obtain feedback from students and
stakeholders on Curriculum? If ‘yes’, how is it communicated to the
University and made use internally for curriculum enrichment and
introducing changes/new programmes?
* The institution has a duly constituted Local Management Committee which
regularly reviews the activities of the institution.
* Meetings of Parent – Teachers Association are held and whatever feedback is
received.
* The feedback received is further communicated to the Board of Studies. Even
the faculty members convey this feedback report to the Board of Studies while
attending workshops on revised syllabus of their respective subjects
* Outgoing students give their feedback about course.
1.4.3 How many new programmes/courses were introduced by the institution
during the last four years? What was the rationale for introducing new?
courses/programmes?
* B.Sc. MATHS
* B.Sc. CHEMISTRY
* B.Sc. IT.
* B.M.M.
* B.M.S.
* M.A.GEOGRAPHY.
* M.COM.
The courses have been started as per demand from parents and students as a need
of time.
Any other relevant information regarding curricular aspects which the
college would like to include.
The syllabus of English Speaking Course has been designed by our faculties
focusing on the needs of local needs.
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Criterion II- Teaching/Learning/Evaluation
2.1 Student Enrolment and Profile
2.1.1 How does the college ensure publicity and transparency in the
admission process?
a) Prospectus
Before the commencement of the new academic session, the prospectus is made
available to students. All relevant information regarding the admission procedure,
fees and scholarships, rules & regulations is conveyed through the prospectus.
b) Institutional Web siteThe college has a website .The website address is www.jeevandeepgoveli.com.
Information regarding the academic schedule, faculties, results, Library details,
activity of college, Photo gallery are put on website and it is updated after the
events.
c) Advertisement in local Newspapers:At the beginning of the academic year the college publishes an admission
notification in the local newspapers. Advertisements in the local channels of TV
are also made during the admission. Advertising for professional courses is made
through handbills.
General registers of all the classes are prepared where details such as, the
student‟s full name, address of student, contact no, subjects are entered. This
record is available to any candidate for scrutiny, in case of any doubt.
2.1.2. Explain in detail the criteria adopted and process of admission [Ex. (i)
Merit (ii) Common Admission Test conducted by state agencies and national
agencies (iii) Combination of merit and entrance test or merit, entrance test
and interview (iv) any other to various programmes of the Institution.
Criteria adopted and process of admission for various programmes of the
Institution.
The admission to degree courses in Arts, Commerce & Science as well as
professional course is given in accordance with the university & State
Government norms. A merit list is prepared and accordingly the students are
admitted. If the admission seeking students are less than the admission intake
capacity then the admission are given on‟ first come first served‟ basis.
2.1.3. Give the minimum and maximum percentage of marks for admission
at entry level for each of the programmes offered by the college and provide
a comparison with other colleges of the affiliating university within the
city/district.
For Academic Year 2014-15- Minimum and maximum percentage of marks for
admission at entry level for Different programmes is as below:
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Name
of the
Progra
mme
Minimum %
Maximum%
As per
As per College
As per
As per College
University
University
B. A.
35.00
35.00
100.0
79.83
B.Com.
35.00
35.00
100.0
74.17
BSc
35.00
35.00
100.0
72.83
BSc IT
40/45
40/45
100.0
60.00
BMS
35.00
40.00
100.0
76.23
BMM
35.00
40.00
100.0
75.36
Such an effort helps in systematizing the admission process, and bringing about
transparency.
2.1.4. Is there a mechanism in the institution to review the admission process
and student profiles annually? If ‘yes’ what is the outcome of such an effort
and how has it contributed to the improvement of the process?
Yes- In the college the admission committee is constituted for all courses at the
beginning of the academic year. The committee maintains a register with the
names, gender, category, address, mobile number, subjects and fees paid of each
student. By review of the admission process the record regarding address, contact
numbers etc. are added to the general register which is maintained by the college
office.
2.1.5 Reflecting on the strategies adopted to increase/improve access for
following categories of students, enumerate on how the admission policy of
the institution and its student profiles demonstrate/reflect the national
commitment to diversity and inclusion SC/ ST OBC Women Differently
abled Economically weaker sections Minority community Any other
The admission policy of the institution for following categories of students is as
follows.
SC/ST/ OBC
Category
As per Government Rule
College %
SC
13%
10.35%
ST
7%
5.04%
OBC
19%
71.81%
There is a provision of Government of Maharashtra of scholarships for SC/ST/
OBC students at the time of admission. The admission committee gives notices to
all the students in above-mentioned category and brings to their notice the
different kinds of concessions and scholarships available to them.
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Free-ships and other concessions offered by the Government of Maharashtra like
scholarships are made available to them. Even candidates with low percentage are
accepted, if seats are available.
Any other:Sports Personnel - Considering their sports merit, students with low percentage
are accepted.
Aid from Management- Management of the college provides financial aid to the
students from economically weaker sections for paying admission/tuition fees and
in some cases the expenses of tuition fees are borne till completion of their course
in college.
2.1.6 Provide the following details for various programmes offered by the
institution during the last four years and comment on the trends. i.e. reasons
for increase / decrease and actions initiated for improvement.
The Institution provides details about various programs for the last four year
Sr Academic
,
Year
N
o
1 2011-12
2
3
2012-13
2013-14
Programs
No.
of No.
of Ratio (%)
Application Students
s
Admitted
FYBA
530
482
90.94
FYBCOM
FYBSC(C.S)
119
12
108
11
90.75
91.67
FYBSC(GEN)
FYBSC(I.T)
34
24
31
22
91.17
91.67
FYBMS
FYBMM
32
12
29
11
90.62
91.67
FYBA
FYBCOM
565
143
514
120
90.97
90.90
FYBSC(C.S)
FYBSC(GEN)
FYBSC(I.T)
7
52
23
6
47
21
85.71
90.38
91.30
FYBMS
FYBMM
20
8
18
7
90
87.5
FYBA
568
520
91.55
FYBCOM
FYBSC(C.S)
FYBSC(GEN)
155
Nil
95
132
Nil
87
85.16
Nil
91.58
30
4
2014-15
FYBSC(I.T)
52
46
88.46
FYBMS
FYBMM
38
30
36
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94.74
90
FYBA
FYBCOM
520
132
520
132
100
100
FYBSC(C.S)
FYBSC(GEN)
Nil
87
Nil
87
Nil
100
FYBSC(I.T)
FYBMS
46
36
46
36
100
100
FYBMM
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100
About Trends:1. Trend in FYBSC(Computer Science) appears to be declining as students
are opting for Information Technology(IT)/BMS in place of Computer
Science. As no scholarship is given to computer science students, OBC
students avoid going for Computer Science
2. Trend for BMS appears to be flexible depends upon Market demand.
3. Response for BMM course appears to be poor since parents are not aware
about the importance of Mass Media & they are also not aware of job
opportunity in spite of our efforts to convince parents and students.
2.2 Catering to Student Diversity
2.2.1 How does the institution cater to the needs of differently abled students
and ensure adherence to government policies in this regard?
The institution caters to the needs of differently abled students as follows Due care is taken at the time of preparing Exam Seat No. sheet; class-rooms are
allotted to them at ground floor keeping in view their convenience.
Students with physical disability are provided writer facility during exam period.
There is provision of 3% reservation in admission for students with physical
disability and is observed strictly.
2.2.1.2 Does the institution assess the students’ needs in terms of knowledge
and skills before the commencement of the programme? If ‘yes’, give details
on the process.
No
2.2.3 What are the strategies drawn and deployed by the institution to bridge
the knowledge gap of the enrolled students to enable them to cope with the
programme of their choice? (Bridge/Remedial/Add-on/Enrichment Courses,
etc.)
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* Majority of our students are from economically backward class and from
vernacular medium. These two factors reduce their confidence level as compared
to other urban college students. Here the faculty members play an important role
to motivate them to understand their inner potential to overcome the language
and financial barriers.
*Faculty suggested text books and reference books to them for study
*Remedial coaching is also undertaken.
2.2.4 How does the college sensitize its staff and students on issues such as
gender, inclusion, environment etc.?
The College has conducted various activities related to the gender sensitivity,
inclusion of program such as academic tours, guest lecture on various subjects,
industrial tours, environmental study tour (Geography Dept) etc.
*The WDC Dept has organized the programs like Rubella vaccination, legal
awareness, health awareness, etc.
* Subject like Environmental studies sensitize students with almost all
environmental conservation issues. NSS units of the college also conduct many
activities related to environmental awareness.
2.2.5 How does the institution identify and respond to special
educational/learning needs of advanced learners?
The college has identified the advanced learners through the test, tutorial and their
class room performance in their related subject and co-curricular and
extracurricular activities. The faculty has provided book, references, personal
guidance and counseling, resources at broadband Internet connection to them,
which fulfills their needs & requirements.
2.2.6 How does the institute collect, analyze and use the data and information
on the academic performance (through the programme duration) of the
students at risk of drop out (students from the disadvantaged sections of
society, physically challenged, slow learners, economically weaker sections
etc.)?
The college collects data and information on the academic performance of the
students, based on tests and home assignments held at classes. Such data are used
to make strategies to improve the academic performance of the disadvantaged
sections of society, physically challenged, slow learners, economically weaker
sections to minimize their dropout rate by taking following measures Disadvantaged sections of society
* There is a provision for scholarships offered by Government of Maharashtra and
Government of India to them.
Economically weaker sections
* Free-ships and other concessions of Maharashtra State Government Scholarship
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are made available to them.
* Even candidates with lower percentage at examinations are accepted, if seats are
available.
Slow learners
* Text books are recommended to them.
* Teachers, while teaching in the classroom (especially for the subjects in English
medium), use vernacular language so as to enable to understand the essence of
their lecture.
2.3 Teaching-Learning Process
2.3.1 How does the college plan and organize the teaching, learning and
evaluation schedules? (Academic calendar, teaching plan, evaluation blue
print, etc.)
The college plans and organizes the teaching, learning and evaluation schedules
as below –
Academic Calendar: All the Heads of Departments, in consultation with Principal
and Vice Principal, plan an academic calendar before the commencement of the
academic year. The syllabi of the year are split into two Semester. The Academic
calendar is given in prospectus and also issued to all the departments at the
beginning of every academic year. Teachers maintain Academic Diary which is
updated daily. Students attendance is taken regularly, which is reviewed monthly
and consolidated semester-wise.
Teaching Plan: Teaching plans are submitted by the teachers for each paper
involving semester-wise distribution of the syllabi, use of techniques/methods of
teaching, regular time table, tests, seminars, projects, study tours are planned.
Syllabus completion Plan- Based on academic calendar and examination
schedule, a tentative date of syllabi completion is proposed at the beginning of
every year.
Evaluation- Schedule of internal as well as of University examinations are
displayed on notice board well in advance for easy access to the students. The
departments also carry out internal assessment, based on student performance in
class tests, assignments, seminar presentations, viva voce and attendance, the final
evaluation of students is done. End of each semester, internal grades is published
on the notice board and complaints received if any are rectified. The results of
examinations are declared and mark sheet are issued to first and second year
students.
2.3.2 How does IQAC contribute to improve the teaching –learning process?
The suggestions collected through the suggestion box of the students, the
feedback of the students regarding subject teachers teaching, help for performance
evaluation. Through all these the IQAC collects the information regarding
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teaching, learning and suggest the measures for improvement of teaching,
learning process.
2.3.3 How is learning made more student-centric? Give details on the support
structures and systems available for teachers to develop skills like interactive
learning, collaborative learning and independent learning among the
students? How learning is made more student-centric?
The teaching -learning process in class room is interactive and participative,
through the teaching aids such as LCD, PPT Presentation, Group Discussion,
speech for one minutes, quiz competition, elocution, etc.
The college has produced the facility of teachings aids, to the teacher such as
LCD, Broad Band Internet facility through Network resource. The college
organized gust lectures, group discussions, project and assignments to help them
to collect data. Industrial visits are arranged.
2.3.4 How does the institution nurture critical thinking, creativity and
scientific temper among the students to transform them into life-long
learners and innovators?
The college library subscribes newspapers, journals, periodicals and magazines.
The students are encouraged to participate in different competitions such as
debate, elocution, poster-exhibitions, essay writing, singing, quiz contests etc. The
college encourages students to participate poster making and rangoli etc . The
NSS unit organizes the guest lectures on the eradication of superstitions, streetplays, demonstration of scientific experiments to create scientific temper among
the students. The college arranges JEEVANDEEP Festival.
2.3.5 What are the technologies and facilities available and used by the
faculty for effective teaching? Eg: Virtual laboratories, e-learning - resources
from National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL) and
National Mission on Education through Information and Communication
Technology (NME-ICT), open educational resources, mobile education, etc.
The Institution have Audio-visual aids such as LCD Projector, Computer, Digital
Camera (for BMM students), Broad Band Connection, white board, etc are
available and used by the faculty for effective teaching. the internet facility is
available with free access to the staff. Recent books and references are available
in the library.
2.3.6 How are the students and faculty exposed to advanced level of
knowledge and skills (blended learning, expert lectures, seminars, workshops
etc.)?
In order to expose the students and faculty to advanced level of knowledge and
skills, the college takes up the following initiatives 34
Different departments, subjects and committees for extra-curricular activities
arrange guest lectures on regular basis to update their knowledge. This helps them
to collect information on the latest developments in their areas/subjects.
The departments like Economics, Commerce, Geography, History etc. organize
industrial visits.
The library of the institution has recent general knowledge books, competitive
examination books and journals. There is a separate reading room.
2.3.7 Details (process and the number of students benefitted) on the
academic, personal and psycho-social support and guidance services
(professional counseling/mentoring/academic advise) provided to students?
The details regarding academic, personal and psycho-social support and guidance
services provided to students are as given below:
Academic support:
* Counseling and guiding them to select their stream at the entry point.
Taking extra lectures for slow learners.
Arranging guidance lectures for different competitive exams for job
opportunities.
Providing personal guidance to those who belong to vernacular medium.
Personal and psycho-social support:
* Financial help is provided to the needy students by offering concession in fees /
by offering installments in fees at the admission and examination fees.
2.3.8 Provide details of innovative teaching approaches/methods adopted by
the faculty during the last four years. What are the efforts made by the
institution to encourage the faulty to adopt new and innovative approaches
and the impact of such innovative practices on student learning?
* Power point presentations are done to make teaching effective and interesting.
* Interactive method is used to seek maximum involvement of the students. The
students are encouraged to come out with their problems, queries and doubts
regarding the topic and the subject.
* Illustrating through examples or experiments particularly is applied by the
teachers of Geography dept.
* Short Seminar Method (SSM) for students; 20 minutes seminars on topic of
their choice are conducted.
* Subject related articles – newspaper cuttings are displayed in the class room to
enhance the subject knowledge regarding current
issues.
2.3.9 How are library resources used to augment the teaching-learning
process?
The library resources are used to augment the teaching-learning process in the
following manner 35
*The Library Committee allocates the budget for each department to purchase
books during the academic year.
* A book bank has been functioning in the college.
* Local, National and State level newspapers subscribed by the college.
* A Reading Room is provided for the students.
* Books on competitive exams are purchased for rendering special help to the
students who are preparing for such exams.
* The question paper sets of all the subjects of the previous university
examinations are made available to the students.
* Copies of syllabi prescribed by the university, with question-wise division of
marks, are also made available to students in the library for ready reference.
* The library staff keeps the faculty and the students updated regarding their latest
Acquisitions.
* A Question bank of all subjects is prepared by the teacher and is kept in library.
* Net Facility is made available for searching information on any topics.
* The information regarding new arrivals is also given on the library notice board.
*Open access system.
2.3.10 Does the institution face any challenges in completing the curriculum
within the planned time-frame and calendar? If, Yes elaborate on the
challenges encountered and the institutional approaches to overcome these.
Generally the college does not face any problems or challenges in completing the
curriculum in time as it is planned before commencement of the academic year.
The time table is announced before completion of the admission process.
2.3.11 How does the institute monitor and evaluate the quality of teaching
learning?
The Institute monitors and evaluates the quality of teaching learning, through the
Principal and the management authority. They observe the lectures and guide to
the faculty member for improvement in teaching, learning process. The evaluation
of learning is made through student‟s feedback, students‟ feedback is analyzed
and corrective measures are informed to faculty, University examination and
results; Special Individual Guidance is given to the students who are lagging
behind.
Expert guidance lectures are arranged for the students.
2.4 Teacher Quality
2.4.1 Provide the following details and elaborate on the strategies adopted by
the college in planning and management (recruitment and retention) of its
human resource (qualified and competent teachers) to meet the changing
requirements of the curriculum
The recruitment of teaching faculty is done as per the rules and regulations of the
University and the State Government of Maharashtra. The applications from
qualified candidates are invited by giving advertisement in leading newspapers.
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The selection committee constituted by the university selects the qualified
candidates through interview. Local selection committee is also formed for
selection of teacher.
Qualification Professor
or
Principal
Permanent teachers : Nil
Temporary teachers
Male Female
Ph.D.
M.Phil.
PG
Part-time teachers (CHB)
Male Female
Ph.D.
M.Phil.
PG
1.4.2
Associate
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Total
Male
-
Female
-
Male
03
01
19
Female
12
Total
03
01
31
Male
-
Female
-
Male
03
Female
01
Total
04
How does the institution cope with the growing demand/ scarcity of
qualified senior faculty to teach new programmes/ modern areas
(emerging areas) of study being introduced (Biotechnology, IT,
Bioinformatics etc.)? Provide details on the efforts made by the
institution in this direction and the outcome during the last three
years.
Name of visiting faculty
Prof. Katkar Ashish
Prof. Shradha Desai
Prof,Bhushan Tare
Prof. N. M. Sagbhor
Prof. Deepali Shelake
College/dept
BMM Dept
B.M.M. Dept
MCOM Dept
MCOM Dept
IT Dept
2.4.3 Providing details on staff development programmes during the last four
years elaborate on the strategies adopted by the institution in enhancing the
teacher quality.
* Management always encourages faculty to arrange and attend conferences,
seminar and workshop. Also they are encouraged to present their papers in the
conference.
* Study leave is granted, whenever teacher applies for study leave
* To enhance teacher quality the institution provides physical facility like internet,
books.
Sr Name
Type
College
Name of Topic
No
/University
.
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1
2
Dr.
Internation Hotel,
U.B.Jangam al Resource Towers,
Symosium Pune
Mr
Harendra
Soshte
Workshop
Aurara Characterization
of
Camp public
&
private
monitoring technogies
using game theory ,21st
sep,2013
“Revised Syllabus of
CHM
college, TYBA
Marathi
Ulhasnagar
“,27&28thJune ,2013
State level Bhimrao.
T. “Human
Right
:
seminar
Pradhan college, Marginalized
Shahapur
Communities
with
reference
to
th
Maharashtra”,10 Mar
2013
University Shikshan Maharshi “Revised Syllabus of
Level
Dadasaheb Limaye SYBA”
Conference College,Kalamboli
National
University
of “Fifty Years of ODL in
Level
Mumbai ,IDOL
Dual Mode University
Conference
of
India”,23&24th
Nov,2012
NSS
Arts, Commerce & Workshop
on
th
Workshop Science college, Journalism, 26
Feb
Shivale
,2011
3
Dr.Mr.Rahu
l Taur
National
Level
Conference
Arts,Commerce & Innovate
study
of
Science College, Marathi Literature,02nd
Mahad
April,2010
National
Level
Seminar
Dr.Babasaheb
Ambedkar
Marathwada
University,
Aurangabad
SRTM University
,Nanded
“Electronic Media or
Print Media”,29th Jan
2013
“Research
Methodology”,20th Jan
2012
Orientation Peoples college, “Orientation
Programme Snehnagar,
Programme
for
Marathwada
translators (English into
Marathi)”, 21 to 24th
Feb 2012
National
Mahaharashtra
“Media :Theory or
Level
Hindi
Prachar Practice”,17th Mar,2012
Workshop
38
Seminar
Workshop
Sabha
,Aurangabad
SRTM University, “WebTechnology”,5th
Nanded
Feb, 2011
“New
Trends
in
Advertising & Public
Relations”,18&19th Feb
2011
National
SRJM
“Indian Adivasi Society
Level
University,Nanded Culture & Literature
Seminar
Challenges
&
Perspective”,24 & 25th
Mar 2011
Workshop SRTM
“Communication
&
University,Nanded Song Writing ,28 &29th
Mar 2011
National
MCNU
of “Media, Literature &
Level
Journalism
Language”,11 & 13
Seminar
&Communication, 2011
Bhopal
Internation MCNU
of “Diversity & Plurality
al
Level Journalism
in Media Reflection of
Conference &Communication Society “,27 & 28th Dec
,Bhopal
2011
National
SRTM
“Film Appreciation”,9th
Level
University,Nanded Aug ,2010
Workshop
National
SRTM University, “Journalism : Yesterday
Level
Nanded
& Today”, 8 & 9th Feb
Seminar
2010
State Level JSSP
College, “30
Maharashtra
Conference Goveli
Tatwadnyan Parishad
“,6,7 &8 Feb 2013
Prof. K. D. National
University of Pune GIS remote sensing 20th
Sabale
level
to 22th Feb 2009
conference
National
Symbiosis
Forestry environment
level Work International
and
sustainability
shop
University pune
trends 21st Aug 2010
National
Shri
Shiv Sustainable
rural
level
Chhartapati
development
with
conference College
Junner inclusive approach 3rd
Pune
to 5th Dec 2012
State Level SRJM
Seminar
University,Nanded
4
39
Internation
al
level
conference
National
Seminar
5
6
7
Sheth J N Paliwala
com. college Pali,
Raighad
University of Pune
Tourism resources and
development 19th to 21st
Jan 2013
Applications of RS and
GIS
in
resource
Management 24th Feb
2013
Dr. N. S. National
Shivaji University Resource appraisal and
Padalkar
level
Kolhapur
sustainable
regional
conference
development 12th and
13rd March 2013
National
Arts, Science and Environmental hazards
level
Commerce
and problems 16th Feb
conference College Ramanand 2013
nagar,
Burli,
Sangali
National
University of Pune Applications of RS and
Seminar
GIS in Geography 10th
March 2012
State level Maharaja Jivajirao MaleFemale
Seminar
Shinde
College imbalance
in
Shrigonda, Nagar
Maharashtra 3rd and 4th
Jan 2014
Prof. S. B. National
Shivaji University Agricultural
Gaikwad
level
Kolhapur
communication
and
conference
sustainable
development Feb 2008
National
Shivaji University National Symposium of
level
Kolhapur
Padmabhushan Dr. J.
conference
P. Naik and Education
Policy
National
Shivaji University Hind swaraj and its
level
Kolhapur
relevance Jan 2009
conference
National
Shivaji University Discovery of India Jan
level
Kolhapur
2009
conference
University Shivaji University B. A. –II (Rev) syllabus
level
Kolhapur
in Sociology Sept 2008
workshop
State level Arts, Commerce Imerging trends in
work shop and
Science Indian
writing
in
th
College Goveli
English 17 Jan 2015
Mr. Pravin Workshop Western Regional “Research
B. Bhaskar
Centre
ICSSR Methodology in Social
Mumbai
Science “, 15 to 19th
40
Internation
al
Level
Seminar
Seminar
Internation
al
Conference
State level
work shop
8
MR.
Workshop
Dattatray D.
Shrimangal
e
State Level
Conference
Inaugural
workshop
9
Ms.
Deepswini
G Chavan
Workshop
State Level
Conference
10
Ms.Geetanj
ali G Geedh
Workshop
State Level
Conference
Jan 2013
Shiv
Chhatrapti South Asian Literature
Sports
Compex & Culture, 6 & 7 Sep
Mhalunge2013
Balewadi,
Pune
,Maharashtra
Gurukrupa College “Qualitative
and
of Education & Quantitative Research
Research Kalyan in Education”, 28th Jan
(West)
2012
Chatripati Shivaji International
Comple, Pune
conference on fourth
world literature 27th and
28th sept. 2014.
Arts, Commerce Imerging trends in
and
Science Indian
writing
in
College Goveli
English 17th Jan 2015
G.M.Momin
“Revised Syllabi for
Womens College
Philosophy Course of
TYBA”, 22nd April
2013
JSSP
College, “30
Maharashtra
Goveli
Tatwadnyan Parishad
“,6,7 &8 Feb 2013
University
of Inaugural work shop
Mumbai
and
classical
and
contemporary
Buddhism
:Philosophy
and
application 26th sept
2014
KPB
Hinduja „Revision of the Paper
College
of Pattern of TYBCOM
Commerce
Computer System and
,Mumbai
Applications
with
Effect from 20112012‟,24th Sept,2011
JSSP
College, “30
Maharashtra
Goveli
Tatwadnyan Parishad
“,6,7 &8 Feb 2013
Adarsh College, Revised Syllabus of
Badlapur
Financial Management
–Paper III ,4th Sep
,2013
JSSP
College, “30
Maharashtra
Goveli
Tatwadnyan Parishad
41
“,6,7 &8 Feb 2013
11
12
Ms
Bhagyashri
G Pawar
National
level
Conference
National
Level
Conference
Workshop
Ms Meena Workshop
L. Mulik
Visarwadi,
Nandurbar
Empowerment of Tribal
communities,4th
Jan
2014.
Elphiston College, Research Methodology
Mumbai
Zunzunwala
college, Ghatkopar
Joshi
Bedekar
College, Thane
State Level JSSP
Conference Goveli
13
14
15
College,
Prof. P. S. State level Arts, Commerce
Patkar
work shop and
Science
College, Goveli
Prof. K. H.
Agiwale
National
Sonubhau
Level
Basawant college
Conference Shahapur
Prof. N. U. State Level Sonubhau
Deshmukh
workshop
Basawant college
Shahapur
National
K. J. Sommaya
Level
College
Seminar
Vidyavihar,
Mumbai
Internation K. M. Agrawal
al
College Kalyan
Conference
National
Birla
College
Seminar
Kalyan
National
Conference
CSS
College
Chembur, Mumbai
Internation
al
Conference
Internation
al
Conference
Amlani
College
Vile
Parle,
Mumbai
RKT
college
Ulhasnagar
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Revised syllabus of
TYBA Sociology Vth
Semester
Revised Syllabus of
TYBA Economic Vth
Semester 18 June 2013
“30
Maharashtra
Tatwadnyan Parishad
“,6,7 & 8 Feb 2013
Imerging trends in
Indian
writing
in
th
English 17 Jan 2015
Kokan Vikas Parishad
Jan 2015
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Percentage of faculty:
* invited as resource persons in Workshops / Seminars / Conferences organized
by external professional agencies: NIL
* Participated in external Workshops / Seminars / Conferences recognized by
national/ international professional bodies: 35%
* Presented papers in Workshops / Seminars / Conferences conducted or
recognized by professional agencies: 10%
The management is highly proactive in relation to faculty development. Every
year faculty members are encouraged to attend International, National
conferences, workshops & trainings. The faculties are encouraged to attend the
conference/Seminars with a research paper.
2.4.4 What policies/systems are in place to recharge teachers? (eg: providing
research grants, study leave, support for research and academic publications
teaching experience in other national institutions and specialized
programmes industrial engagement etc.)
The college encourages the faculty to attend Orientation Programmes and
Refresher Courses, Training Programe, Seminars and Workshops etc. for their
career advancement. Adjustments are made in their time table and they are
exempted from co-curricular work of the college.
The
college
grants
leave
for
attending
national/
international
Seminars/conferences/workshops organized by the reputed institutions.
2.4.5 Give the number of faculty who received awards / recognition at the
state, national and international level for excellence in teaching during the
last four years. Enunciate how the institutional culture and environment
contributed to such performance/achievement of the faculty.
Nil
2.4.6 Has the institution introduced evaluation of teachers by the students
and external peers? If yes, how is the evaluation used for improving the
quality of the teaching-learning process? Evaluation of teachers by students
No.
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2.5 EVALUATION PROCESS AND REFORMS
2.5.1 How does the institution ensure that the stakeholders of the institution
especially students and faculty are aware of the evaluation processes?
The evaluation is the integral part of teaching learning process. Faculty members
are communicated with evaluation process in the staff meeting by the examination
committee in the college. The Stakeholders of the institution i.e. students, faculty
members and the parents of the students are informed about evaluation process by
general instructions mentioned in the prospectus of the institution. Similarly,
students are given a detailed explanation of the evaluation process of internal tests
at the college and the university examinations by the faculty during the orientation
programme and before the commencement of the examinations. Students are
explicitly made aware of the eligibility conditions required to appear for the final
examinations. They are informed about all the criteria of the internal assessment
like home assignment, internal test, projects.
2.5.2 What are the major evaluation reforms of the university that the
institution has adopted and what are the reforms initiated by the institution
on its own?
* The institution being affiliated to the University of Mumbai follows all the
norms laid down by the university.
Evaluation reforms initiated by university
The University has introduced credit based grading system for all streams and
subjects at all levels.
*The University of Mumbai has adopted the semester pattern i.e. 75 and 25
pattern 75 for theory and 25 for internals for all the courses at all levels.
*The responsibility of conducting first and second Year Examination, assessment
of papers is handed over to the College.
*Additional exam is arranged for the students, who fails to attend the exam for
personal or sports reason.
* Provision of Photocopy of answer-book.
* Introduction of OMR answers sheets.
The concept of Cluster College and CAP Centre
Our College was selected as CAP Centre.
2.5.3 How does the institution ensure effective implementation of the
evaluation reforms of the university and those initiated by the institution on
its own?
The institution ensures effective implementation of the evaluation reforms of the
university and those initiated by the institution on its own under the close
supervision of exam committee and IQAC. Examination committee is formed at
the beginning of every academic year to ensure smooth functioning of the
examination process. Meeting of faculty member and HOD with Principal, Vice –
Principal and Examination Committee helps in understanding of the evaluation
process and thereby its implementation. At the beginning of every academic year
the academic calendar is prepared to follow the rules of 180 teaching days and
also schedule of examination. This ensures effective implementation of the
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evaluation reforms. The college permits the staff to participate in evaluation
process, various examination duties, central evaluation process etc., as it is
mandatory.
2.5.4 Provide details on the formative and summative evaluation approaches
adapted to measure student achievement. Cite a few examples which have
positively impacted the system.
The summative assessment of the students is based on Internal Marks and
Semester
End
Examination
Marks
and
their
performance
in
orals/practical‟s/presentations for some subjects. The Attendance of students has a
weight age of 5 marks in internal assessment
Note: According to the University of Mumbai, office circular No.UG/04 of 2014
dated 5th June 2014, the Credit Based Evaluation 60:40 (external: internal)
pattern has amended to 75:25 (external: internal) for Credit Based Semester and
Grading System, for the under – graduate programmes w.e.f. Academic Year
2014 – 15.
2.5.5 Enumerate on how the institution monitors and communicates the
progress and performance of students through the duration of the
course/programme? Provide an analysis of the students results/achievements
(Programme/course wise for last four years) and explain the differences if
any and patterns of achievement across the programmes/courses offered.
The institution monitors and communicates the progress and performance of the
students at the internal and university examinations through display on notice
Board and showcase. The institution appraisal meritorious students through
felicitation in the annual function.
Programme 2009-10
%
TYBA
Marathi
90
English
41.17
Sociology
84
Philosophy 80
Geography 83.67
Economics 52
2010-11
%
2011-12
%
2012-13
%
2013-14
%
65
35.71
78.57
66.67
76.92
55.04
60.86
33.33
66.67
00
82.88
34.78
61.53
53.84
70.37
50
81.81
37.16
87.71
40.00
84.00
79.32
74.21
62.13
TYBCOM
47.61
40
54.67
90.90
86.21
TYBSC
CS
IT
20
00
NA
NA
21.73
28.57
36.67
71.42
45.00
82.21
TYBMM
NA
NA
NA
100
100
TYBMS
NA
NA
NA
73.68
78.00
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MA
NA
NA
NA
92
NA
MCOM
NA
NA
NA
40
65.00
2.5.7 Does the institution and individual teachers use assessment/evaluation
as an indicator for evaluating student performance, achievement of learning
objectives and planning? If ‘yes’ provide details on the process and cite a few
examples.
Yes, The individual teacher is also prepared his own teaching plans for the month
and daily.
The individual teacher takes Presentation, test, oral feedback, judging the
achievement of learning objectives and success and effective implementations of
planning, made at the beginning of the academic year. It is taken as an indicator
for performance evaluation of the student.
2.5.8 What are the mechanisms for redressal of grievances with reference to
evaluation both at the college and University level?
If there are grievances about the University examination, the forms of rechecking
and re-evaluation are submitted through the college office. The provision of
photocopy of the answer book is also made available to the students both by
University and college.
College Evaluation Grievance Redressal Mechanisms If any student feels
doubtful with the result of college examinations, the provision of photocopy of
the answer book is made available the student
2.6 Student Performance and Learning Outcomes
2.6.1.1 Does the college have clearly stated learning outcomes? If ‘yes’ give
details on how the students and staff are made aware of these?
Yes, the college has clearly stated learning outcomes that are specified in mission
and objectives statements. The desired outcome of the learning process in terms
of acquisition of the skills and knowledge such as communication skill, Reading,
Writing skill, presentation, group discussion through languages, work experience
through industrial visit, planning, decision making, marketing skill, banking
transactions awareness. These are the clearly stated learning outcomes to the
students and staff through prospectus.
2.6.1.2 How are the teaching, learning and assessment strategies of the
institution structured to facilitate the achievement of the intended learning
outcomes?
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The teaching, learning and assessment strategies of the institution are structured to
facilitate the achievement of the intended learning outcomes through the
following:
* Preparing Academic Calendar, time table and teaching plan at the
beginning of the year.
* Use of modern teaching methods, aids and techniques to supplement the
traditional teaching method to make the teaching learning process more
effective and to achieve learning outcome.
* The communication, reading and writing skill are assessed through exercises
given in the classroom, competitive skill assessed through student participation
and success rate in various pre-recruitment examinations.
* The group discussion, presentation, planning and decision making skill assessed
through seminar, workshop organized in the classes.
2.6.1.3 What are the measures/initiatives taken up by the institution to
enhance the social and economic relevance (quality Jobs, entrepreneurship,
innovation and research aptitude) of the courses offered?
The Institution is situated in a rural area having major socially and economically
weaker or disadvantage section with background of agriculture, lack of industrial
Development. Socially relevant event are organized through DLLE and NSS
platform. The institute has provided Earn and Learn scheme for the students
2.6.1.4 How does the institution collect and analyze data on student learning
outcomes and use it for planning and overcoming barriers of learning?
The institution collect and analyze data of the results after semester result on the
basis of analysis, the future planning, regarding improvement in learning
outcomes and for overcoming barriers of learning are made. Remedial coaching
classes are arranged for some subjects where results are poor.
2.6.1.5 How does the institution monitor and ensure the achievement of
learning outcomes?
The achievements of learning outcomes are monitored by keeping a record of
internal evaluation and university examination results of the students. Moreover,
department-wise and subject-wise analysis of performance and assessment is done
to improve performance in certain subjects.
2.6.1.6 What is the graduate attributes specified by the college/affiliating
university? How does the college ensure the attainment of these by the
students?
The desired graduate attributes specified by the college in terms of acquisition of
the skills and knowledge such as
* Communication skill in Marathi and English,
* Reading, Writing skill in Marathi and English
* Ethical values
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* Etiquettes and manner
* Respects and Gratitude
* Through these the self employability and employability, good character is
increased
* Sense of social commitment and to inculcate values like national integration,
Patriotism, equality, humanism and peace.
*Computer literacy among rural students.
Any other relevant information regarding Teaching-Learning and Evaluation
which the college would like to include.
The following measures taken for improvement of the teaching learning
evaluation process;
* A language laboratory is established for English.
* The computer Laboratory is made available to the students as well as faculty.
* Competitive Examination Guidance Centre is established by the
college.
* Library is equipped with latest editions of reference books and Internet.
* Students are provided with canteen, toilets and ladies common rooms‟ facility.
* The use of LCD projector, Internet facility etc. as audio-visual aids for effective
and interactive teaching learning process.
* Use of CCTV cameras to monitor teaching –learning process
* Use of biometric for attendance of faculty for arrival and departure
* Job seminar conducted on 1st Dec 2014
* State level workshop on Emerging Trend in Indian English literature on 17th
Jan 2015
* Inter Colleges Competitions conducted on 23rd & 24th Jan 2015
.
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CRITERION III: RESEARCH CONSULTANCY AND EXTENSION
3.1
Promotion of Research
3.1.1 Does the institution have recognized Research Center of the affiliating
university or any other agency/organization?
No.
3.1.2 Does the institution have a Research Committee to monitor and
address the issues of research if so what its composition? Mention a few
recommendations made by the committee for implementation and their
impact.
Yes, the institution has a Research Committee.
The composition of the committee is as follows:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Dr. U. B. Jangam (Co-Ordinator)
Prof. H. V. Soshte (Member)
Dr. R. R. Taur (Member)
Dr. N.S.Padalkar (Member)
Prof. B. G. Pawar (Member)
Prof. S.G.Chede (Member)
Prof. P. B. Bhaskar (Member)
Recommendations of the committee:
1. Create research compartment with internet facility.
2. To develop research culture in the institute and create environment for research.
3. To subscribe research Journals and books for Science, Commerce, Mass Media,
Management, Computer Science, Geography, Languages.
4. To organize research methodology workshop for students and faculty.
5. To send college faculty for research seminars and workshops.
3.1.3 What are the measures taken by the institution to facilitate smooth
progress and implementation of Research schemes/projects?
I. Creation of research compartment.
II. Provision of Internet facility in research and development.
3.1.4 What are the efforts made by the institution in developing scientific
temper and research culture and aptitude among student?
The effort made by the institution to develop scientific temper, research culture
and aptitude:I. Research journals are subscribed.
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II. Science Forum has been formed as
activities related to
a platform for teachers to conduct
Research.
IV. Photograph of Nobile Prize winners from India and abroad and their
contribution are displayed in college campus to inspired the students.
3.1.5 Give details of the faculty involvement in active research, projects
engaged in individual /collaborative research activity etc.
Faculties are involved at individual level for research following are the members
have registered for Doctorate (Ph. D).
Faculty Details:Sr
no
1
2
3
4
5
6
Name of
Faculty
Subject
University
Prof.
H.V.Soshte
Prof.P.S.Patkar
Marathi
English
University of
Mumbai
University of
Mumbai
Tibruwala
University
NMU, Jalgaon
English
BAMU, University
2013
Economic
Tilak Maharashtra
University
2010
Prof. B. G.
Pawar
Prof. P. B.
Bhaskar
Prof. Y. N.
Herode
Prof. S. G.
Chede
Marathi
Sociology
Date of
Registrati
on
2015
2015
2013
2013
3.1.6 Give details of workshops/ training programmes/ sensitization with
focus on capacity building in terms of research and imbibing research
culture among the staff and student.
The effort made by the institution to develop scientific temper, research culture
and aptitude:I. Two days National conference in Marathi Literature was organized in 2012-13
by Marathi Department, Mumbai University and Marathi Dept. Jssp College
Goveli.
II. Two days Research program of “Spandan”(Tech-Fest) of Science department
was organized in 2012-13.
III. Three days National Conference in Philosophy was organized by Maharashtra
Tatvadyan Parishad and Philosophy Dept. Jssp College Goveli in 2013-14.
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IV. One day State Level Workshop was conducted on 17th Jan 2015 by English
Dept on the topic of Emerging trends in Indian Literature in English.
3.1.7 Give details of prioritized research areas and the expertise available
with institution.
Details of faculty expertise:Sr.
Name of faculty
No
1
Dr.U.B.Jangam
Subject
Mathematicss
2
Dr. R. R. Taur
Mass Media
3
Prof. H. V. Soshte
Marathi
4
5
6
Dr. N.S.Padalkar
Prof. B. G. Pawar
Prof. P.B. Bhaskar
Geography
Sociology
English
Expertise Area
Applied Maths (
Interdisciplinary
work)
Public Relations &
Advertising
Taulnik Sahitya
Aabhyas
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Watershade analysis
Gender & Society
Indian writing in
English and Indian
Diaspora
3.1.8 Enumerate the efforts of the institution in attracting researchers of eminence
to visit campus and interact with teachers and students.
1. Dr. Rajan Velukar (VC, Mumbai University) visited for Marathi Conference in
2012-13.
2. Dr. Pushpalata Tapas (HOD Marathi Dept, Mumbai University) visited for
Marathi Conference in 2012-13.
3. Dr. Dhanaji Gurav (Principal, Mahad College) visited for Marathi Conference
in 2012-13.
4. Prof. S.P Ukrande (Dean Science faculty, Mumbai University) visited for
Spandan (Tech. Fest) in 2012-13
5. Dr. J. R. Dabhole (Chairman, Maharashtra Tatvadyan Parishad) visited for 30 th
State Level Conference of Maharashtra Tatvyadyan Parishad in 2013-14.
6. Dr. M. S. Kurhade (IC Registrar),(Principal, DTSS college Malad) visited for
30th State Level Conference of Maharashtra Tatvyadyan Parishad in 2013-14.
7. Dr. Nagorao Kumbhar (Principal, Basveshwar College Latur) visited for 30th
State Level Conference of Maharashtra Tatvyadyan Parishad in 2013-14.
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8.John Dik (Exchange Researh scholar, Mumbai) visited for State level Workshop
in Jan 2015.
9. Prof. Dashrath Kambli (Asst Prof. of S.B.College ,Shahapur) visited for State
level Workshop in Jan 2015.
10. Prof. Sambhaji Shirsath (Indocanadian Research Centre,University of
Mumbai) visited for State level Workshop in Jan 2015.
11. Prof. Sunil Survade (Asst.Prof. Pankaj College, Jalgaon) visited for State level
Workshop in Jan 2015.
3.1.9 What percentage of the faculty has utilized sabbatical leave for research
activities? How has the provisions contributed to improve the quality of
research and imbibe research culture in the campus?
Nil.
3.1.10 Provide details of the initiative taken up by the institution in creating
awareness/ advocating/ transfer of relative findings of research of the
institution and elsewhere to students and community (Lab to Land).
1. By arranging seminars by staff for students giving information of research
Finding
2. By publishing the research materials in souvenir.
3. By keeping Theses and research publications of faculty in Library.
3.2 Resource Mobilization for Research:3.2.1 What percentage of the total budget for research. Give details of major
heads for expenditure, financial allocation and actual utilization?
1% budget is allotted to attend research seminars and conferences, T.A, DA and
registration fees is provided.
3.2.2 Is the provision in the institution to provide seed money to the faculty
for research if so, specify the amount disbursed and the percentage of the
faculty that has availed of the facility in the last four years?
No .
3.2.3 What are the financial provisions made available to support student
research projects by students?
Nil.
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3.2.4 How does the various departments/units/staff of the institute interact in
undertaking interdisciplinary research? Cite examples of successful
endeavors and challenges faced in organizing interdisciplinary research?
No.
3.2.5 How does the institution ensure optimal use of various equipments and
research facilities of the institution by the staff and students?
The institution has the laboratories of Biology, Chemistry, Physics, IT, CS and
Geography with necessary instruments and are used for practicals and research
purposes by the staff and student.
3.2.6 Has the institution revised any special grants or finances from the
industry or other beneficiary agency for developing research? If yes give
details.
No.
3.2.7 Enumerate the support provided to the faculty in securing research
funds from various funding agencies, industry and other organizations.
Provide details of ongoing and completed projects and grants.
No. There are no grants received from any external organizations
3.3 Research Facilities
3.3.1 What are the research facilities available to the students and research
scholars within the campus?
The institution has well equipped Library with journals, magazines and books.
Other facilities required for research is provided adequately whenever demanded
by researchers with internet facility.
3.3.2 What are the institutional strategies for planning, upgrading and
creating infrastructural facilities to meet the needs of researcher especially in
the new and emerging areas of research?
1. Books are provided.
3.3.3 Has the institution received any special grants or finances from the
industry or other beneficiary agency for developing research facilities to
meet the needs of emerging areas of research?
No.
3.3.4 What are the research facilities made available to the students and
scholars outside the campus/ other research laboratories?
No
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3.3.5 Provide details on the library/ information resource center or any other
facilities available specifically for the researchers.
The institution‟s library provides magazines, journals and books related to
researcher. They are allowed to borrow as many as they need for research.
3.3.6 What are the collaborative research institutes in the college? For e.g.
Laboratories, library, instruments, computers, new technology, etc.
NA.
3.4 Research Publication and Awards
3.4.1 Highlight the major research achievements of the staff and students in
terms of Patents obtained and filed (process and product)
Nil
3.4.2 Does the institute publish of research journals, if yes indicate the
composition of the editorial board, publication policies and whether such
publications are listed in any international database?
Yes.
3.4.3 Give the details of publications by the faculty and students.
No
1
Name
Mr.Bhaskar
P.B.
Mr.Herode
Y.N.
Publishers
New
Man
Publication
Mumbai
2
Mr.Bhaskar
P.B.
New Man
Publication
Mumbai
Sr
no
Name
Faculty
1
Dr. U.
Jangam
Book Title
Reflections on
Indian
English
fictions and
plays.
Indian
Writing In
English: New
Critical
Perspectives
ISBN
978-93-83871-360
171-73-83871-313
of Title of Research Paper
Name of Journal
Innovation in Air Traffic
strategy
using
Game
B. Theory
International Journal
of Business
Management &
Research ISSN,22498036
International Journal
of Scientific &
Technology Research
Implementation of Game
Theory for Network Local
Balance
an
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2
3
4
5
Interdisciplinary Approach
ISSN,(2277-8616)
Decision making and study
ISSN 2277-9310
of different types of
operations Research Games
International
journal of
ISSN 0973-9424
mathematical sciences and
engineering applications.
Innovation in Air traffic
ISSN 2249-6920
strategy using game theory
Implementation of “game
ISSN 2277-8616
theory “ for Network load
balancing
–
an
interdisciplinary approach
Improving power of “Game
ISSN 2277-9302
theory”
in
strategic
sourcing how to bridge the
gap in theory and practice?
Characterisation of public
Vol II issue 12 (II),
and private monitoring ,
Sept 2013
technology using game
theory
Dr. R. R. Taur Growth of Public Relations Patron
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3.4.4 Provide details (if any) of
Research awards received by the faculties
NIL
Recognition received by the faculty from reputed professional bodies and
agencies, nationally and internationally
NIL
Incentives given to the faculty for receiving state, national and international
recognitions for research contributions
NIL
3.5 Consultancy
3.5.1 Give details of the systems and strategies for establishing institute
industry interface
No.
3.5.2 What is the stated policy of the institution to promote consultancy how
is the available expertise advocated and publicized?
No.
3.5.3 How does the institution encourage the staff to utilize their expertise
and available facilities for consultancy services?
Nil
3.5.4 List of the broad areas and major consultancy services provided by the
institution and the revenue generated during the last four years.
Nil
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3.5.5 What is the policy of the institution in sharing the income generated
through consultancy (staff involved) and its use for institutional
developments?
Nil
3.6 Extension activities and Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR)
3.6.1 How does the institution promote Institution- neighborhood community
network and students engagement, contributing to good citizenship, service
orientation and holistic development for students?
The college organize competitions like games, sports cultural programs etc. to
promote college neighborhood network as well as holistic development of
students
The students are encouraged to participate in various activities through NSS. Eye
checkup camp, Blood donation camp, Tree plantation, Environment awareness,
disaster management etc.
3.6.2 What is the institutional mechanism to track student’s involvement in
various social movements/ activities which promote citizenship roles?
The institution had organized various types of guest lecture of IAS, IPS, officers
Social workers, politicians and all National and International days are also
celebrated in the college to promote citizenship roles.
3.6.3 How does the institution solicit stakeholder perception on the overall
performance and quality of the institution?
Stakeholders specially (parents, students, alumni, public representative, social
workers) are invited for annual meeting, events and activities
3.6.4 How does the institutional plan and organize its extension and outreach
programs providing the budgetary details for last four years. List the major
extension and outreach programs and their impact on the overall
development of the students?
The college arranges educational tours, Industrial visits and NSS activities for the
students
Sr
no
1
Particulars
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
NSS
1.Regular
Activity
25400
42692
43167
43480
44282
21610
36071
36975
41165
36890
47010
78763
80141
84645
81172
2.Special
Camps
Total
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3.6.5 How does the institution promote participation in NSS, NCC, YRC and
other national/ international agency?
The institution encourages the students and faculty member to participate in the
extension activities for this purpose various programs are regularly organized in
campus. The activities are conducted under NSS and other bodies like DLLE,
WDC, Etc. 10 Grace marks are given to the student who have actively
participated in NSS.
3.6.6 Give details on social surveys, research or extension work (if any)
undertaken by the college to ensure social justice and empower students
from under privilege and vulnerable sections of the society.
The institution provides Earn and Learn scheme for poor and needy students
The institution provides scholarship and fee concession for poor and needy
students.
The institution Provide fees installment facility for poor and needly students
3.6.7 Reflecting on objectives and expected outcomes of the extension
activities organized by the institution comment on how they complement
student’s academic learning experience and specify the values and skill
inculcated.
The students are generally benefited from intensive learning group discussion
value based on Education Programs and communication skill programs and other
activities
3.6.8 How does the institution ensure the involvement of the community in its
reach out activities and contribute to the community development? Give
detail on the initiatives of the institution that encourage community in the
participation in its activities.
The institution ensures involvement of the community through NSS, Rotaract
Club.
3.6.9 Give details on the constructive relationship forged (if any) with other
institution of the locality for working on various outreach and extension
activities
Swami Sarvanand Trust Ulhasnagar helps for Eye Checkup Camp
Various Blood Banks arranged Blood Donation Camp
Phalegaon, Mamnoli, Dahagaon gram Panchayat help for Eye checkup camp, etc.
3.6.10 Give details of the awards received by the institution for extension
activities and contribution to the social community development during the
last four years.
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3rd prize in street play in Udan festival in2010-11
2nd prize in poster making competition in udan festival in 2010-11
2rd prize in street play in Udan festival in2011-12
5 prizes in Bodhi festival Mahad in 2013-14
3.7 Collaboration
3.7.1 How does the institution collaborate and interact with research
laboratories institutes and industry for research activity. Cite examples and
benefits accrued of the initiatives collaborative research, staff exchange,
sharing facility and equipment, research scholarship, etc.
NA
3.7.2 Provide details of the MOU’s collaborative arrangements (if any) with
institution of National Importance/ other universities/ industries/ corporate,
etc. and how they have contributed to development of the institution
NA
3.7.3 Give details (if any) on the industry-institution-community interactions that
have contributed to the establishment creation/ up gradation of academic facility
student and staff support infrastructure facility of the institution viz. laboratories,
library, new technology, placement service, etc.
Tata Consultancy Services provide training and placement services.
3.7.4 Highlight the names of eminent scientist/ participants contributed to the
events. Provide details of national and international conference organized by
the college during the last four years.
1. Dr. Rajan Velukar (VC, Mumbai University) visited for Marathi Conference in
2012-13.
2. Dr. Pushpalata Tapas (HOD Marathi Dept,Mumbai University) visited for
Marathi Conference in 2012-13.
3. Dr. Dhanaji Gurav (Principal, Mahad College) was visited for Marathi
Conference in 2012-13.
4. Prof. S.P Ukrande (Dean Science faculty,Mumbai University) visited for
Spandan (Tech. Fest) in 2012-13
5. Dr. J. R. Dabhole (Chairman, Maharashtra Tatvadyan Parishad) visited for 30th
State Level Conference of Maharashtra Tatvyadyan Parishad in 2013-14.
6. Dr. M. S. Kurhade (Pincipal, DTSS college Malad) visited for 30th State Level
Conference of Maharashtra Tatvyadyan Parishad in 2013-14.
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7. Dr. Nagorao Kumbhar (Principal, Basveshwar College Latur) visited for 30th
State Level Conference of Maharashtra Tatvyadyan Parishad in 2013-14.
8. Dr. V. N. Magare, Pincipal, Kirti college Mumbai.
3.7.5 How many of the linkages/ collaborations have actually resulted in
formal MOU and agreement? List out the activities and beneficiaries and cite
examples (if any) of the established linkages that enhanced and/ or
facilitated.
Internship/ Job training in Saam TV channel, BMM TY students
Publication- paper publication of faculty
Student placement- through Tata Consultancy services
3.7.6 Detail on the systematic efforts of the institution in planning,
establishing and implementing the initiatives of the linkages / collaborations.
Any other relevant information regarding research, consultancy and
extension which the college would like to include.
NA.
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CRITERION IV : INFRASTRUCTURE AND LEARNING
RESOURCES
4.1 Physical Facilities
4.1.1 What is the policy of the institution for the creation and enhancement
of infrastructure that facilitate the effective teaching and learning?
The institution keeps on upgrading its infrastructure. In case of creation and
enhancement of an infrastructure the institution puts the tremendous effort and
makes it out in real. The funds which are properly utilized for these purposes. The
large campus and the precious play grounds are the evidences of the fulfilled
infrastructures. Institutions infrastructure is blessed by the pure organic nature by
which the students can perfectly concentrate on their courses. And the professors
can put the healthiest effort to make them Fortunate and successful.
4.1.2 Detail the facilities available for (Classrooms, Technology enabled
learning Spaces, Tutorial spaces, Seminar halls, laboratories, botanical
garden, animal house, Specialized facilities and equipment for teaching,
learning and research)
No.
1
Activities
Classrooms
2
Technology
learning spaces
3
Seminar Halls
4
Tutorial Space
5
6
Laboratories
Botanical Garden
7
8
9
Details
23 classrooms with proper sitting
arrangements. Each classroom
equipped with CCTV‟s
enabled
The institution‟s I.T./C.S.
laboratories are technologically
equipped and it‟s the perfect
learning spaces. LCD projectors
are available.
A Single Seminar hall is consisting
the audio visual system and the
precious Space.
One room
5 laboratories with proper setups.
Precious Garden is situated at the
entrance to welcome the all.
Beautiful plant planted very well
Animal House
No
Specialized facilities and IT/CS laboratories are well
equipment for teaching equipped with the computers and
,learning and research
printers.
Language Laboratory
Software with hearing aid.
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B) Extracurricular activities – sports ,outdoor ,and indoor games gymnasium
auditorium, NSS, NCC, Cultural activities, public speaking, communication
skills, yoga, health and hygiene
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Activities
Sports outdoor
indoor games
Details
and Institution
having
very
precious and big play ground
for every sport. such as
kabbaddi, khokho, football,
volleyball, badminton.
Indoor games are carom,
chess, weight lifting
Gymnasium
Indoor Gymnasium available
Auditorium
Available
NSS
Special room is allotted to the
NSS.
NCC
Not Available
Cultural Activities
The Institution is having
separate cultural Committee.
The Committee Continuously
arranges the musical and
traditional
Events.
The
cultural department holds the
individual hall for all the
performances
and
other
purposes.
Public speaking
Conducted
Communication
skill Arts department arranges the
development
CS development seminars
yoga
yes
Health and Hygiene
Small and clean canteen,
Water purifiers.
4.1.3 How does the institution plan and ensure that the available
infrastructure is in line with its academic growth and it’s optimally utilized?
Give specific examples of the facilities development/augmented and the
amount spent during the last four years (enclose the master plan of the
institution or campus and indicate the existing physical infrastructure and
the future plan expansion if any)
Yes, the institution is optimally developing and utilizing the each and every thing
about the infrastructure. The institution is working full time at its hard in 3
sessions like. Starts at morning 8.00 am and Ends at evening 5.00 pm. Senior and
junior timings are properly managed and maintained. The institution has provided
the precious campus and facilities which are helping to keep college environment
healthy and productive
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4.1.4 How does the institution insure that the infrastructure facilities meet
the requirement of students with physical disabilities?
The Institution does take care of the physically handicapped students very well.
The institution gives the direct entry to the handicapped students in library. They
get the books without any queue system. Ramps are made available for handicap
students
4.1.5
Give details on the residential facilities and various provisions
available within them?
Hostel Facility-Accommodation Available
No.
Recreational facilities, gymnasium, Yoga, Etc.
No.
Computer Facility including access
To internet in hostel
No.
Facilities for Medical emergencies
No.
Library facility in hostel
No.
Internet and Wi Fi facility
No.
Recreational facility common room
With audio visual equipments
No.
Available residential facility for the staff
And Occupancy constant supply of
Safe drinking water
No.
Security.
No.
4.1.6 What are the provisions made available to students in terms of health
care in the campus and off the campus?
The Institution‟s NSS department having all the efficient first aid stuff, which is
very useful at the emergency.
There is a Rural hospital In front of college (off campus). The doctor‟s maybe
called whenever required.
4.1.7 Give details on the common facilities available on the campus –Spaces
for special units like IQAC, gravience redrassel unit, women cell, counseling
and career guidance, placement unit, health center canteen, recreational
spaces, for staff and students, safe drinking water facilities, auditorium.
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No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Common facilities available on the Spaces for special units
campus
IQAC
Yes.
Gracious
Yes
Redressal unit
Yes
Woman‟s cell
Yes.
Counseling and career guidance
Yes
Placement Unit
Yes
Health center
Yes, Available
Canteen
Yes.
Recreational spaces for staff
Yes, gym,
Recreational spaces for students
Canteen, sports, Playground,
Gym
Safe drinking water facility with Yes.
aqua guard
Auditorium
yes.
4.2 Library as Learning Resource
4.2.1
Does the library have an advisory committee? Specify the
composition of such a committee. What significant initiatives have been
implemented by the committee or render the library, Student User friendly?
Yes. The institution has an advisory committee and it consists of the following
members.
Sr. Name of the Members
Designation
No
01
Dr. U. B. Jangam
Chairman
02
Prof. D. D. Shrimangale
Member
03
Prof. N. V. Deshmukh
Member
04
Prof. R. V. Patil
Member
05
Prof. S. S. Lone
Member
06
Miss. V. S. Dinkar
Secretary
The institutions advisory committee is very active about their way of work and
they are always attentive about the library transactions. There is a meeting
arranged in every semester to fix out the different issues and to decide the proper
utilization of the funds of library. And through the meeting all the beneficial
aspects for students and faculties are discussed out.
4.2.2 Provide the details of the following:
Total area of the library (in Sq. Mts):
1) 38ftx38ft=1444sq.ft
2) Reading Hall =38ftx28ft=1064sq.ft
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Total seating capacity
60 students and 10 staff members
Working hours (on working days, Holidays, before examination days, during
examination days, during vacation)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
On working days
On holidays
Before examination days
During examination days
During vacation
8am to 5pm(9 hours)
Closed
8am to 5pm(9 hours)
8am to 5pm(9 hours)
10am to 4pm(6 hours)
Layout of the library (individual reading carrels, lounge area browsing and
relaxed reading, IT zone for accessing E -resources)




Individual Reading carrels
Lounge area for browsing
Relaxed Reading
IT zone for accessing
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
4.2.3 How does the library ensures purchase and use of current titles, prints
and E journals and the reading materials? Specify the amount spent on
procuring new books, journals and E resources during the last four years.
Librar Year
2011- Year 2012-2013 Year
2013- Year 2014-2015
y
2012
2014
Holdin Num Total
Num Total
Num Total
Num Total
gs
ber
Cost
ber
Cost
ber
Cost
ber
Cost
Texts
1220 12185
776
128712 845 109122
612
94055
books
7
Refere
90
9000
120
11000
64
14672
1384 422787
nce
books
Journa
16
5000
24
7500
16
6655
27
18349
ls prax
E
--------resour
ces
Any
456 95000
231
35765
129
15567
15
2575
other
4.2.4 Provide the details on the ICT and other tools deployed to provide the
maximum access to the library collection.


OPAC(Online public access catalogs)
o yes
Electronic Resource Management Package for E –journals
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o Yes.
 Federated Searching tools to search articles in multiple databases
o Yes.
 Library Website
o Yes (a module of college website)
 In house remote access to e publication
o No.
 Total number of computers for public access.
o 3 computers
 Total number of printers for public access
o 1 printer
 Internet Bandwidth speed
o 500 kbps
 Institutional Repository
o Yes
 Content Management system for E LEARNING
o Yes.
 Participation in Resource sharing network /consortia like ( inflibnet )
Yes
4.2.5 Provide Details on the following Items
o

o

o

o

o
o
o

o

o

o

4.2.6
Average number of walk-ins
125 students each day
Average number of books issued and returned
60 books
Ratio of library books to students enrolled
5:1
Average number of books added during last three years
3355 books.
Average number of login to OPAC
Average number of login to e-resources
20.
Average number of e-resources Downloaded and printed
20 E books per semester.
Number of information literacy trainings organized
2.
Details of wedding out of books and the other materials
Not Done (All books are maintained)
Give details of specialized services provided by the library
Manuscripts
 No
Reference
 Yes
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Reprography
 Yes
ILL (library loan service)
 No
Information deployment and notifications
 Yes
Download
 Yes.
Printing
 Yes.
Reading List/Bibliography compilation
 Yes.
In house Remote access to E resource
 Yes
User orientation and awareness
 Yes
Assistance in searching databases
Yes.
INFLIBNET/IUC facility
 Yes
4.2.7 Enumerate on support provided by the library staff to the students
and teachers of the college
The Institution‟s library staff is very punctual. All the important notes and related
materials are consistently displayed on the notice board and shelf. All the
inspirational articles are clipped to board. All the contemporary things related to
every field is displayed to make students aware.
This helps to Students and teachers both to grow their knowledge. In every
Semester the book exhibition is arranged by the committee
4.2.8 What are the special facilities offered by the library to the visually,
physically challenged persons? Give details
The Institution takes the care of the physically challenged students by providing
them the library cards without following any queue.
The book bank facility as per the University scheme is successfully processed
and abruptly executed.
4.2.9
Does the library gather feedback from the users? if yes, how it is
analyzed and used for improving the library service.(what strategies are
deployed by the library to collect the feedback from the users? How is the
feedback analyzed and used for the further improvement of the library
services? )
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Yes. Library gets the feedback from the users.
The feedback is collected by issuing the Feedback forms to students and to the
staff as well.
The committee makes the analysis of the filled forms and finds out the productive
things to do.
On the basis of feedback forms the institution gets to know the demands
of the users and the needs too. So as per it the library committee makes necessary
changes
4.3 I.T. Infrastructure
4.3.1
Give Details On the computing facility available (Hardware and
Software) at the institution.
The institution is having B. Sc. Computer Science and information technology
courses. And for Both the Courses individual “Computer Laboratories” are
available.
The aspects of the Laboratories are follows.
CONFIGURATION OF PC USED BY STUDENTS
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
PC
DESKTOP
PC- 01
DESKTOP
PC- 02
DESKTOP
PC- 03
DESKTOP
PC- 04
DESKTOP
PC- 05
DESKTOP
PC- 06
DESKTOP
PC- 07
DESKTOP
PC- 08
Processor
Dual core
Memory
(Ram)
2 GB
Hard
disk
160 GB
DVD /
CD
Nil
Nil
Dual core
1 GB
160 GB
Nil
Nil
Dual core
1GB
160 GB
Nil
Nil
Dual core
2 GB
160 GB
Nil
Nil
Dual core
2GB
160 GB
Nil
Nil
Dual core
1 GB
80 GB
Nil
Nil
Dual core
2GB
80 GB
Nil
Nil
Pentium 04
1 GB
80 GB
Nil
Nil
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Printers
No
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
PC
DESKTOP
PC- 09
DESKTOP
PC- 10
DESKTOP
PC- 11
DESKTOP
PC- 12
DESKTOP
PC- 13
DESKTOP
PC- 14
DESKTOP
PC- 15
DESKTOP
PC- 16
DESKTOP
PC- 17
DESKTOP
PC- 18
DESKTOP
PC- 19
DESKTOP
PC- 20
DESKTOP
PC- 21
DESKTOP
PC-22
DESKTOP
PC- 23
DESKTOP
PC- 24
DESKTOP
PC- 25
DESKTOP
PC- 26
DESKTOP
PC- 27
DESKTOP
PC- 28
Processor
Pentium 04
Memory
(Ram)
1 GB
Hard
disk
80 GB
DVD /
CD
Nil
Nil
Pentium 04
1 GB
80 GB
Nil
Nil
Pentium 04
1GB
80 GB
Nil
Nil
Pentium 04
1 GB
80 GB
Nil
Nil
Pentium 04
1 GB
80 GB
Nil
Nil
Pentium 04
1 GB
80 GB
Nil
Nil
Intel Pentium
Dual Core
Intel Pentium
Dual Core
Intel Pentium
Dual Core
Intel Pentium
Dual Core
Intel Pentium
Dual Core
Intel Pentium
Dual Core
Intel Pentium
Dual Core
Intel Pentium
Dual Core
Intel Pentium
Dual Core
Intel Pentium
Dual Core
Intel Pentium
Dual Core
Intel Pentium
Dual Core
Intel Pentium
Dual Core
Intel Pentium
Dual Core
2GB
160 GB
Nil
Nil
2GB
160 GB
Nil
Nil
2GB
160 GB
Nil
Nil
2GB
160 GB
Nil
Nil
2GB
160 GB
Nil
Nil
2GB
160 GB
Nil
Nil
2GB
160 GB
Nil
Nil
2GB
160 GB
Nil
Nil
2GB
160 GB
Nil
Nil
2GB
160 GB
Nil
Nil
2GB
500 GB
Nil
Nil
2GB
500 GB
Nil
Nil
2GB
320 GB
Nil
Nil
2GB
320 GB
Nil
Nil
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Printers
No
PC
29
DESKTOP
PC- 29
DESKTOP
PC- 30
DESKTOP
PC- 31
DESKTOP
PC- 32
DESKTOP
PC- 33
DESKTOP
PC- 34
30
31
32
33
34
Processor
Intel Pentium
Dual Core
Intel Pentium
Dual Core
Intel Pentium
Dual Core
Intel Pentium
Dual Core
Intel Pentium
Dual Core
Intel Pentium
Dual Core
Memory
(Ram)
2GB
Hard
disk
160 GB
DVD /
CD
Nil
Printers
Nil
2GB
160 GB
Nil
Nil
1GB
160 GB
Nil
Nil
1GB
160 GB
Nil
Nil
1GB
160 GB
Nil
Nil
1GB
160 GB
Nil
Nil
CONFIGURATION OF PC USED BY STAFF
No
PC
1
Processor
DESKTOP Dual core
PC- 01
Memory
(Ram)
2GB
Hard
disk
500 GB
DVD /
CD
Nil
Printers
2GB
500 GB
Nil
Nil
2GB
500 GB
Nil
Nil
2GB
1 TB
Nil
2GB
500 GB
Nil
2GB
500 GB
Nil
Samsung
SCX
4300
HP
LaserJet
1108
Borther
HL 1110
1GB
160 GB
Nil
Borther
HL 1551
( office)
2
DESKTOP Dual core
PC- 02
(office)
3
DESKTOP Intel Pentium
PC- 03
Dual Core
(office)
4
DESKTOP Intel Pentium
PC- 04
Dual Core
(office)
5
DESKTOP Intel Pentium
PC- 05
Dual Core
(Exam Dept.)
6
DESKTOP Intel Pentium
PC- 06
Dual Core
(Library )
7
DESKTOP Intel Pentium
PC- 07
Dual Core
(Library)
* Number of computers with actual configuration
Computer Science Laboratory:
•
Computer Student Ratio
70
Nil
1:1 for Computer Science students.
3:1 for Information Technology Students
Stand Alone Facility
No.
•
LAN Facility.
Yes. Only Office computers are in LAN except Laboratories
•
Licensed software.
Yes.
•
Number of Nodes/computers with internet Facility.
Wi-Fi Campus.
4.3.2 Detail on the computer and the Internet facility made available to the
faculty and students on the campus and off the campus?
The institution has provided internet access for the students in the campus. Also
faculties can access the internet at the office desktops of clerical staff.
4.3.3 What are the institutional plans and strategies for developing and
upgrading the I.T. infrastructure and associated faculties?
The institution is very attentive to their faculties as well as students about the
requirement of Machines and other aspects associated with it. Quick up gradation
of the outdated hardware systems is done by the institution.
4.3.5
How does the institution facilitate extensive use of ICT resources
including development and use of computer aided teaching/learning
materials by its staff and students?
•
The institution is trying to be contemporary about ICT and the learning
about it. As follows.
6 Projectors 1 OHP
Computer with Printer in an I.T. Laboratory
4.3.6 Elaborate giving suitable example on how the learning activities and
technologies deployed (access to on line teaching –learning resources,
independent learning, ICT enabled classrooms/learning Spaces etc.)By the
institution place the students at the center of teaching - learning process and
render the role of the facilitator for the teacher.
The learning activities are always the milestone of our institution and it‟s trying to
increase the use of ICT.
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6 Projectors, 1 OHP
Case studies on the perspective topics by students.
4.3.7 Does the institution avail of the National Knowledge Network
connectivity directly or through the affiliation university? If so what are the
services availed of?
No.
4.4 Maintenance and campus facilities
4.4.1. How does the institution ensure optimal allocation utilization of the
available financial resources for maintenance and upkeep of the following
facilities (substantiate your statement by providing details of budget
allocated during last four years.)
Sr
no
1
2
3
4
5
6
Particular
Building
Furniture
Equipment
Computers
Vehicles
Any other
2011-12
2012-13
300000
250000
300000
100000
Nil
Nil
300000
250000
300000
100000
Nil
Nil
2013-14
300000
250000
300000
100000
Nil
Nil
2014-15
300000
250000
300000
100000
Nil
Nil
4.4.2 What are the institutional mechanisms for maintenance and upkeep of
infrastructure facilities and equipment of college?
When required, head of the departments place requirement for maintenance and
upkeep of infrastructure facilities and equipment before the Principal with
estimate cost after seeking the formal approval from the management the college
makes the provision for maintenance.
4.4.3 How and with what frequency does the institute take up calibration and
other precision measures for the equipment/instruments?
All instruments are calibrated at least twice a year. First calibration is made at
start of the session and other before university examination.
Instruments are installed in various departments and their calibration and
maintenance is taken up by respective departments.
4.4.4 What are major steps taken for location upkeep and maintenance of
sensitive equipment (voltage fluctuation, constant supply of water etc.)?
Scientific equipment is installed in connected department in dust and damage free
environment. Voltage stabilizer UPS are used to protect costly and sophisticated
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equipment. From voltage fluctuation equipment are maintained by faculty
member of connected department for their accuracy and precision.
The college has own bore well and tanks for constant supply of water.
4.4.5 Any other relevant information regarding infrastructure and learning
resources which the college would like to include.
Laboratory
Parking shed for vehicles for both students and staff.
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CRITERION V : STUDENT SUPPORT & PROGRESSION
5.1 Student Mentoring and Support
5.1.1 Does the institution publish its updated prospectus/handbook annually?
If’ yes’, what is the information provided to students through these
documents and how does the institution ensure its commitment and
accountability?
Yes.
The prospectus contains
Vision & mission statement
Courses of curriculum
Eligibility for admission
Revised fees structure
Rules regarding cancellation of admission
Academic Calendar
Provisions for scholarships and free ships as per the government rules.
All the information in prospectus is also present in college website which is
updated regularly.
5.1.2 Specify the type, number and amount of institutional scholarships
/freeships given to the students during the last four years and whether the
financial aid was available and disbursed on time?
The college has provided the financial aid to needy students .Our college is
situated in village, where main business of people is farming and this farming is
seasonal that‟s why financial status of local people is very poor, so college always
supports financially weak students.
Details of scholarship/free ship are sited below
Cate
gory
2010-2011
No.
Amount
of
stud
ents
SC
75
365124
ST
39
238374
OBC 1035 4289288
2011-2012
No. Amount
of
stud
ents
137
982272
45
302469
1234 5689181
2012-2013
No.
Amount
of
stud
ents
136
872798
71
-1285 5057416
2013-2014
No. Amo
of
unt
stud
ents
165
-82
-137 2851
3
961
282789 53
-510491 94
--
NT
32
209435 45
303506 55
Free
31
-- 61
260321 114
ship
SBC
17
-- 16
90807 16
108754 20
Amount of free ship is directly deposited in students account in bank.
--
5.1.3 What percentage of students receive financial assistance from state
government, central government and other national agencies?
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There are nearly 70%-80% students, who belongs to the reserved category
(SC/ST/OBC/SBC/NT) of society and there are also OPEN category students who
are from economically weaker section of the society. The college provides
financial assistance to these students, which is received from State Gov.
Association of Non-Government Colleges, Mumbai provides financial assistance
to needy students every year.
5.1.4 What are the specific support services/facilities available for?
· Students from SC/ST, OBC and economically weaker sections
· Students with physical disabilities
· Overseas students
· Students to participate in various competitions/National and International
· Medical assistance to students: health centre, health insurance etc.
· Organizing coaching classes for competitive exams
· Skill development (spoken English, computer literacy, etc.,)
· Support for “slow learners”
· Exposures of students to other institution of higher learning/
corporate/business house etc.
· Publication of student magazines
Students from SC/ST, OBC and economically weaker sections:The students who belong to SC/ST, OBC and the economic weaker sections are
identified during the process of the admission only. The college maintains a
detailed record of the same. The college offers liberal concessions to such
students
Students with physical disabilities:Our Institute is very much thoughtful about physically challenge students. Their
requirements and needs are given with a special care and attention. The students
are given extra attention during the college terminal examinations as well as the
final examinations.
Overseas students:The institution is always happy to admit the overseas students. Admission is
given to them as per the university guidelines and security clearance.
Students to participate in various competitions/National and International
Our students participate in intercollegiate or Inter-University festivals. Students
are actively involved in celebrations, competitions prescribed by University of
Mumbai. College provides Entry fees of competition and Travelling Allowance
(TA). Students are granted LOA (Leave Of Absence) whenever they participating
in such competition.
Medical assistance to students:Health centre, health insurance etc.
Our College has a very special concern for the health and hygiene of the
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college students, staff and other members. Rubella vaccination for girls and HIV
Test are arranged every year in the association with Rotary club. Our institute also
arranged Eye Testing, Blood Donation Camps
College also has Group Insurance Yuva Raksha Scheme given by Oriental
Institution Co. of India sponsored by University Of Mumbai. College pays 36/Rs. per year for each student as a premium. This covers compensation of Rs.
50000/- in case of accidents or Injuries.
Organizing coaching classes for competitive exams:Every year computer department faculty arranged seminar on computer literacy
awareness for non teaching, teaching staff and students. Placement/Career
guidance cell arrange seminars which gives information about new career
opportunities available to students after graduation and also give information
about various competitive exams like UPSC, MPSC, SSC, Bank PO, Clerk, IBPS
etc.
Skill development (spoken English, computer literacy, etc.,):The college regularly conducts Personality Development Programmes which
enhance the IQ level and communication skills of the participants. Our College
provides computer related courses in our curriculum. Every department takes
different competition for students which improve their communicational skills.
Support for “slow learners”
The students who are slow in their learning or if their grasping power or is not up
to the mark, the faculty members identify such students. For them the faculty
provides assignments, important questions and taking extra lectures. Enrichment
courses like Personality Development Programmes are also conducted to improve
student personality and motivate them for an innovative and creative mindset
Publication of student magazines:To increase the writing skills of the students college publishes “Jeevandeep”
magazine every year. Literary association of our college brings out different
wallpapers like Marathi department publishes “Srujan”, Science Department
publishes “Science Forum”, BMM Department published “Jeevan Darpan” as
non-periodic magazine.
5.1.5 Describe the efforts made by the institution to facilitate entrepreneurial
skills, among the students and the impact of the efforts.
Our college also facilitates students entrepreneurial skills by arranging
motivational seminars or workshop on different topics.
NSE (National Stock Exchange) & BSE(Bombay Stock Exchange) Association
jointly conducted two days training in investment.
TCS (Tata Consultancy Services) also conduct 45 days training for commerce and
Science Students.
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Study and industrial visit to industries
5.1.6 Enumerate the policies and strategies of the institution which promote
participation of students in extracurricular and co-curricular activities such
as sports, games, Quiz competitions, debate and discussions, cultural
activities etc.
* additional academic support, Additional examinations
* special dietary requirements, sports uniform and materials
* any other Students participate in debate competitions, quiz competitions,
cultural activities.
10 gracemarks are given to students participated in Sports and NSS, cultural
competitions of university.
Uniforms like NSS T – shirts, sports T – shirts, track pants and other required
materials are provided to the students.
There is a provision of additional examination given to the students who have
missed their exams due to participation in the different activities conducted under
NCC/NSS and sports programmes. College has well equipped gymkhana and
very well experienced coach.
Students are granted Leave and provide entry fees and TA/DA whenever they
participated in such activities.
5.1.7 Enumerating on the support and guidance provided to the students in
preparing for the competitive exams, give details on the number of students
appeared and qualified in various competitive exams such as UGCCSIRNET,UGC-NET, SLET, ATE / CAT / GRE / TOFEL / GMAT / Central
/Stateservices, Defence, Civil Services, etc.
Our college arranges expert lectures to provide guidance literature in preparing
for competitive exam college conducts MPSC guidance lectures.
Various lectures are organized by the college for different competitive exams.
1600 books for competitive exams are available in the college library
Placement cell regularly display available job opportunities for graduate students.
The detailed information about this students are listed below:
Name of Competitive No,
of
Exam
Appeared
Students No.
of
Qualified
Students
NET
20
01
SET
23
01
Central
00
00
5.1.8 What type of counseling services are made available to the students?
(Academic, personal, career, psycho-social etc.)
Most of the faculty members personally sort-out Emotional & career related
problems of students.
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Career options are displayed on student notice board.
Career guidance cell & woman development cell are also involved in counselling.
To aware students about different opportunities in career programmes rallies or
seminars are given.
5.1.9 Does the institution have a structured mechanism for career guidance
and placement of its students? If ‘yes’, detail on the services provided to help
students identify job opportunities and prepare themselves for interview and
the percentage of students selected during campus interviews by different
employers (list the employers and the programmes).
In the year of 2011-12 institution started carrier guidance & placement cell and
appointed placement officer. This year TCS Company had given 45 days training
to the students. After by taking interviews 25 students are selected.
Sr
no
Name of The Departments
No.
Students
Selected
1
Mumbai Police
09
2
Mumbai Municipal Corporation
03
3
Loh-marg Police
01
4
Lecturer
03
5
Sports Coach
03
6
Sam TV
02
7
TCS
03
8
Finance & Account Officer
01
9
Indian Railway
03
10
Maharashtra Government (MPSC)
01
of
5.1.10 Does the institution have a student grievance redressal cell? If yes, list
(if any) the grievances reported and redressed during the last four years.
Yes. Our institution has Student grievance redressal cell. In the last four years
there are many grievances reported for facilities like Reading Room, drinking
Water, well Parking Facility, Bus issue. College take immediate action towards its
and provide this facility as soon as possible.
5.1.11 What are the institutional provisions for resolving issues pertaining to
sexual harassment?
College has constituted women development cell and anti ragging squad. This cell
and squad consist five members, three female and two male.
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Women Devlopment Cell organizes lectures and workshops pertaining to sexual
harassment.
All the students have been informed about various Police Helpline Numbers.
5.1.12 Is there an anti-ragging committee? How many instances (if any) have
been reported during the last four years and what action has been taken on
these? College has anti ragging squad as per University Norms. We are very
much proud to say that there is not a single instance of students ragging due
to disciplined, well cultured behavior of students & teachers.
Yes. No instance is reported.
Our campus & lecture halls are under vigilance of C.C. Cameras.
We display rules on notice board/ in Prospectus.
5.1.13 Enumerate the welfare schemes made available to students by the
Institution?
Our college provide different scheme to students due to weak financial conditions.
College has “Earn and Learn” scheme.
College also gives financial assistance to needy students.
Students are covered under Group Insurance Policy.
Book bank facility is provided to the students.
Students are allowed to pay fees in installment.
5.1.14 Does the institution have a registered Alumni Association? If ‘yes’,
what are its activities and major contributions for institutional, academic
andInfrastructure development?
Yes. We have alumni association but not yet registered. Registration process is in
progress.
5.2 Student Progression
5.2.1 Providing the percentage of students progressing to higher education or
employment (for the last four batches) highlight the trends observed.
Students Progression
20102011
20112012
20122013
UG to PG
-
-
-
PG to M. Phil
-
-
-
-
PG to PhD
-
-
-
-
Employed
-
-
08
-
Campus Selection
-
03
-
-
-
-
18
-
Other
than
recruitment
campus
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5.2.2 Provide details of the programme wise pass percentage and completion
rate for the last four years (cohort wise/batch wise as stipulated by the
university)? Furnish programme-wise details in comparison with that of the
previous performance of the same institution and that of the Colleges of the
affiliating university within the city/district.
Sr
no
1
2
Name of the
college
Jssp College
Goveli
Matoshree
Devaji
Hariya
College
Shahad.
T.Y.B.A.
T.Y.B.Com
T.Y.B.Sc IT
T.Y.B.Sc
CS
T.Y.B.M.M.
T.Y.B.M.S.
M.A. (Geo)
M.Com
T.Y.B.A.
T.Y.B.Com
% of T.Y. Result
2009- 2010201110
11
12
62.97
52.16
47.61 40.00
54.67
NA
NA
21.73
20.00
NA
21.73
NA
NA
NA
NA
61%
41%
NA
NA
NA
NA
75%
49%
NA
NA
NA
NA
74.86%
60.81%
201213
69.00
90.90
71.42
36.67
201314
75.00
86.21
82.21
45.00
100
73.68
92.00
40.00
71%
73.23%
100
78.00
Nil
65.00
72.00
76.59
5.2.3 How does the institution facilitate student progression to higher level of
education and/or towards employment?
We have started two PG courses.
Career guidance cell provides information to students of various job oriented
courses.
We have organize job Mela.
Companies have approached us for campus interview & placement for fresh
graduate‟s students. 45 days training programme have organized by TCS. 3
students are selected for TCS Company.
2 students from BMM department are selected for SAM TV channel.
19 sport persons got appointment in various govt. job.
5.2.4 Enumerate the special support provided to students who are at risk of
failure and drop out?
Guidance lecture is organized for the students who are weak.
Dropout rate in our college is relatively low we counsel students about their
academic & personal problem & encourage them to continue to study.
We conduct class tests, tutorials, group discussions, seminars & assignments.
Teachers provide Question Bank & Guide them on how to write the answer.
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5.3 Student Participation and Activities
5.3.1 List the range of sports, games, cultural and other extracurricular
activities available to students. Provide details of participation and program
calendar.
The following students of this college has won the prizes.

Power Lifting:-
University level competition
Sr.
no
Name of the Player
Class
Medal Position
1
Miss. Shweta More
F.Y.B.Com
Gold & Silver
2
Miss. Shruti Tare
S.Y.B.Com
Silver
&
Strong
Women in University
3
Miss. Minal Vishe
F.Y.B.Com
Silver
4
Mr. Ravindra Gaikar
T.Y.B.A
Bronze
Our college successfully organized intercollegiate marathon competition,
wrestling, and Ball badminton competition, Volley Ball competition during last
few years.

Athletics:-
Our student won one Silver Medal. In 100 m. running intercollegiate competition
organized by University of Mumbai.
5.3.2 Furnish the details of major student achievements in co-curricular,
extracurricular and cultural activities at different levels: University / State /
Zonal / National / International, etc. for the previous four years.
During the academic year 2014-15 our college was ranked 22nd in University of
Mumbai.
During the academic year 2013-14 our college was ranked 15th in University of
Mumbai.
. During the academic year 2012-13 our college was ranked 10th in University of
Mumbai.
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SUMMERY OF MEDALS ACHIVED BY OUR STUDENTS
2011-12
NO
01
02
LEVEL
03
NATIONAL
INTER
UNIVERSITY
STATE
04
UNIVERSITY
TOTL
E
01
01
MEDALS
SILVER BRONZE
-----
TITLE
GOLD
01
01
06
02
01
03
17
04
13
--
STRONG
WOMAN
OF
MAHARASHTRA
STRONG
WOMAN
OF
MUMBAI
UNIVERSITY
---
2012-13
NO
LEVEL
TOTL
E
02
GOLD
02
MEDALS
SILVER BRONZE
---
TITLE
01
NATIONAL
STRONG
WOMAN OF
INDIA
--
02
02
02
--
--
03
04
INTER
UNIVERSITY
STATE
UNIVERSITY
04
11
03
07
-01
01
03
NO
LEVEL
TOTL
E
01
02
MEDALS
SILVER BRONZE
-01
01
--
TITLE
GOLD
-01
03
06
03
02
-02
---
2013-14
01
02
03
04
NATIONAL
INTER
UNIVERSITY
STATE
UNIVERSITY
NO
LEVEL
-02
--
2014-15
01
02
03
NATIONAL
STATE
UNIVERSITY
TOTL
E
01
03
07
GOLD
-02
02
MEDALS
SILVER BRONZE
01
--01
02
02
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TITLE
--STRONG
WOMAN
OF
MUMBAI
UNIVERSITY
University Level:Sr. Name of the Players
no
Class
Name of
Competition
F.Y.B.A.
Weight Lifting
1st
Keshav T.Y.B.A.
Power Lifting,
1st
Boxing
2nd
1
Miss. Minal Vilas Vishe
2
Miss.
Tare
Shruti
the Rank
No.
3
Miss. Vaishali M. Pawar
T.Y.B.A.
Weight Lifting
1st
4
Miss. Shewta A. More
F.Y.B.Com Weight Lifting
2nd
Power Lifting
2nd
5
Mr. Amit Shinde
T.Y.B.A.
Weight Lifting
1st
6
Mr. Nitin Shinde
S.Y.B.Com Weight Lifting
1st
7
Mr. Ashish Gaikwad
S.Y.B.A.
Power Lifting
2nd
Weight Lifting
2nd
8
Mr. Pandharinath Dalvi
T.Y.B.A.
Power Lifting
3rd
9
Miss. Rima A. Pondekar
T.Y.B.A.
Power Lifting
1st
Weight Lifting
2nd
Wrestling
3rd
10
Mr. Jagdish B. Bhoir
S.Y.B.A.
Weight Lifting
2nd
11
Miss. Sharda V. Umale
T.Y.B.A.
Weight Lifting
1st
12
Mr. Prasad Gaikar
S.Y.B.A.
Power Lifting
2nd
13
Mr. Aniket Rane
F.Y.B.Com Power Lifting
2nd
14
Mr. Pratik Kadam
F.Y.B.Com Power Lifting
2nd
15
Miss. Prajakta Patil
F.Y.B.Com Weight Lifting
2nd
State level competition (2010-11)
Sr.
no
Name of the Players
Class
Name of the Rank No.
Competition
1
Mr. Pankaj Magar
F.Y.B.M.S.
Ball Bat Minton
Participate
2
Mr. Jagdish Bhoir
S.Y.B.A.
Weight Lifting
Participate
3
Mr. Pratik Kadam
F.Y.B.Com
Power Lifting
Participate
4
Miss. Prajakta More
F.Y.B.Com
Cross Country
Participate
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State level competition (2011-2012)
Sr.
no
Name of the Players
Name
of
Competition
the Rank No.
1
Mr. Vishal Basare
Ball Bat Minton
Silver
2
Miss. Pooja Bhoir
Hand Ball
Silver
3
Miss. Renuka Vishe
Hand Ball
Silver
Inter college competition (2011-2012)
Sr.
no
Name of the Players
Name
of
Competition
the Rank No.
1
Mr. Ankit Rane
Power lifting
Gold
2
Mr. Sameer Kashid
Weight lifting
Gold
3
Mr. Jagdish Bhoir
Weight lifting
Silver
Power lifting
Bronze
4
Miss. Minakshi Mhatre
Ball bat Minton
Silver
5
Miss. Komal Pethe
Ball bat Minton
Silver
6
Miss. Bhagyashree Harad
Ball bat Minton
Silver
7
Miss. Vaishali More
Ball bat Minton
Silver
8
Miss. Poonam Shiroshe
Ball bat Minton
Silver
9
Miss. Shaneshwari Mane
Ball bat Minton
Silver
10
Miss. Nilam Mhatre
Ball bat Minton
Silver
11
Miss. Shweta More
Boxing
Bronze
Weight lifting
Silver
Ball bat Minton
Silver
12
Miss. Aparna Patil
Inter University level competition (2011-2012)
Sr. Name of the Players
no
Name of the Competition
Rank No.
1
Weight lifting
1st
Power lifting
1st
Miss. Shruti Tare
2
Miss. Shweta More
Power lifting
1st
3
Miss. Aparna Patil
Ball bat minton
Best player of
University
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National level inter University competition (2011-2012)
Sr.
no
Name of the Players
Name of the Competition
Rank No.
1
Miss. Shruti Tare
Power lifting ( 342.5 kg)
Gold
2
Miss. Shweta More
Power lifting (315 kg)
5th Rank
National level competition (2011-2012)
Sr.
no
Name of the Players
Name of the Competition Rank No.
1
Miss. Ashwini Jadhav
Power lifting
5th Rank
State level competition (2011-2012)
Sr.
no
Name of the Players
Name of the Competition
Rank No.
1
Mr. Vishal Basare
Ball Batminton
Silver
2
Miss. Pooja Bhoir
Hand ball
Silver
3
Miss. Renuka Vishe
Hand ball
Silver
National level competition (2013-14)
Sr.
no
Name of the Players
Name of the Competition
Rank No.
1
Miss Ashwini Jadhav
Power lifting
Rank 3rd
National ( All India InterUniversity) (2013-14)
Sr.
no
Name of the Players
Name of the Competition
Rank No.
1
Miss Shweta More
Power lifting
Rank 1st
2
Miss Ashwini Jadhav
Power lifting
Rank 2nd
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State level competition (2013-14)
Sr.
no
Name of the Players
Name of the Competition
Rank No.
1
Miss Shweta More
Power lifting
Rank 1st
2
Miss Ashwini Jadhav
Power lifting
Rank 1st
3
Miss. Najuka Ghare
Power lifting
Rank 1st
Inter collegiate competition (2013-14)
Name of the Players
Name of the Competition
Rank No.
1
Miss Shweta More
Power lifting
Rank 1st
2
Miss Ashwini Jadhav
Power lifting
Rank 1st
Weight lifting
Rank 3rd
Sr.
no
3
Miss. Najuka Ghare
Power lifting
Rank 2nd
4
Mr. Ganesh Chaudhari
Power lifting
2nd
5
Mr. Sameer Kashid
Weight lifting
Rank 3rd
6
Mr. Chinmay Gurav
Weight lifting
Participation
National level competition (2014-15)
Sr.
no
Name of the Players
Name of the Competition
Rank No.
1
Miss Ashwini Jadhav
Power lifting
Rank 2nd
All India Inter University Selected (2014-15)
Sr. no Name of the Players
1
Miss. Najuka Ghare
2
Miss. Ashiwini Jadhav
Inter collegiate (2014-15)
Sr.
no
Name of the Players
Name of
Competition
1
Mr. Nilesh Bhoir
Weight lifting
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the Rank No.
Rank 3rd
2
Miss Ashwini Jadhav
Power lifting
Rank 1st with strong
women of Mumbai
University
3
Miss. Najuka Ghare
Power lifting
Rank 1st
4
Mr. Ganesh Chaudhari
Power lifting
Participation
5
Mr. Prashant Patil
Weight lifting
Rank 3rd
6
Mr. Chinmay Gurav
Weight lifting
Rank 2nd
7
Mr. Yogesh Ahire
Power lifting
Rank 2nd
State level competition (2014-15)
Sr.
no
Name of the Players
Name of the Competition
Rank No.
1
Miss Ashwini Jadhav
Power lifting
Rank 1st
2
Miss. Najuka Ghare
Power lifting
Rank 1st
3
Miss. Runali Dhumal
Power lifting
Rank 3rd
4
Miss. Ankita Khandekar
Power lifting
Rank 3rd
5
Miss. Neha Bhosale
Power lifting
Rank 3rd
CULTURAL ACTIVITIES
2013-14
NO
EVENTS
PRIZE
ORGANIZING
AUTHORITY
01
FOLK DANCE
2ND
MAHAD COLLEGE
02
STREET PLAY
2ND
MAHAD COLLEGE
03
MIMICRY
2ND
MAHAD COLLEGE
04
LAWANI
CONSOLATED
MAHAD COLLEGE
05
SOLO ACTING
2ND
MAHAD COLLEGE
06
RANGOLI
2ND
WADA COLLEGE
ND
WADA COLLEGE
07
ELOCATION
08
DANCE
2
PARTICIPATION
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WADA COLLEGE
2043-15
NO
EVENTS
PRIZE
ORGANIZING
AUTHORITY
01
ELOCATION
1ST
PANCHAYAT SAMITI
KALYAN
02
POETRY
RECEITING
2ND
KAMALADEVI SARAF
COLLEGE
03
POETRY
RECEITING
3RD
JEEVANDEEP
MAHOSTAV
5.3.3 How does the college seek and uses data and feedback from its
graduates and employers, to improve the performance and quality of the
institutional provisions?
College takes feedback from students to improve the institutional facilities and
provisions.
Suggestions from parents are kept before staff members in common meeting to
improve the performance of teacher.
College maintains visitor‟s book.
5.3.4 How does the college involve and encourage students to publish
materials like catalogues, wall magazines, college magazine, and other
material? List the publications/ materials brought out by the students during
the previous four academic sessions.
College has wall magazine “Science Forum (English)”, “Srujan(Marathi)”.
College also publish college magazine “ Jeevandeep” annually.
College runs “non periodical magazine “ Jeevandarpan”
5.3.5 Does the college have a Student Council or any similar body? Give
details on its selection, constitution, activities and funding.
We have student‟s council which is constituted according to Maharashtra
University Act 1994, subsection 40b.
Student‟s council looks after welfare of student to promote and co ordinate
extracurricular activity for student‟s involvement in organizing events.
Student council is in charge of various committees some fund is generated by
students from various agencies.
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5.3.6 Give details of various academic and administrative bodies that have
student representatives on them.
Anti ragging committee
NSS advisory committee
WDC
DLLE
Grievance Redressal cell
5.3.7 How does the institution network and collaborate with the Alumni and
former faculty of the Institution. Any other relevant information regarding
Student Support and Progression which the college would like to include.
Yes. We have Alumni Association but it is not registered. We have database of
students who have passed out from college and are doing job outside.
ORGANIZATION OF TOURNAMENTS
NO
01
02
03
04
05
06
YEAR
2011-12
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
2014-15
TOURNAMENT
Inter Collegiate Ball-Badminton Competition
Inter Collegiate Cycling Competition
Inter Collegiate Wrestling Competition
Inter Collegiate Volley Ball Competition
State Level Sub Junior Power lifting Competition
State Level Junior Ball Badminton Competition
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CRITERION – VI: GOVERNANCE, LEADERSHIP AND
MANAGEMENT
6.1 Institutional Vision & Leadership
6.1.1 State the vision & mission of the Institution and enumerate on how the
mission statement defines the institution distinctive characteristics in terms
of addressing the needs of the Society, the students it seeks to serve,
institutions traditions and value orientations, vision for the future etc?
Vision Statement: - To create and develop the facilities and environment required
for higher education that will provide gainful employment and instill a sense of
social commitment, with a focus on the rural youth, to enable them to become
responsible citizens of the nation.
Mission Statement:a. To start courses leading to graduation and post graduation in traditional and
professional branches.
b. To attract and retain qualified faculty to provide higher education using the
latest technology.
c. To organize socially interactive programmes useful to society through various
platforms provided by the University to meet social commitments.
d. To encourage and provide opportunities for learning to girls from financially
weaker society through concessions in fees to enable them to achieve success in
academics, sports and co-curricular activities.
Justification:1
Since there was no institution (college) providing higher education
between Kalyan city and Murbad city, it was need of the time to provide
this facility on the stretch of 28 Kms for rural students; the college was
started in 2004-2005.
2 In the beginning traditional courses like Arts, Commerce & Science were
started.
3 Subsequently professional courses like B.Sc,IT, BMS, BMM in Marathi
medium ( to rural background of students) were added.
4 PG courses (M. A. ( Geography) and M. Com) is started as per demand
from the students society.
5 In the developing economy of India, professional courses demand has
grown both in urban & rural areas during last decade. This has encouraged
management of the college to start professional courses of training basic
degree in management, information technology and mass media; there
professional courses have potential for getting Jobs in respective fields.
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6.1.2 What is the role of top management, Principal & facility in design &
implantation of its quality policy and plans?
Jssp initiated the quality policy (IQAC) right from the establishment of the
college in 2004-05. At least two meetings are conducted every year before the
begning of term in the may & another meeting before starting of second term.
Minutes are recorded & kept for the future reference.
6.1.3 What is the involvement of the leadership in ensuring?
I. The policy statement & action plans for fulfillment of stated mission.
The President of the Jssp & the management of Jssp is completely involved
alongwith Principal to formulate the policy & action plans for development of
college. This involves enhancement of infrastructure utility of it in running of
the college.
II. Formulation of action plan for all operations and incorporation of the
same into the institutional strategic plan.
In the meeting of IQAC first & second semester plan is decided & events
schedule is also prepared & provision for funds regarding purchase of Library
books, lab equipment & Gymkhana equipment is made.
III. Interaction with stakeholders.
Periodically parents meetings are conducted & feedback of this meeting is
taken. We conduct direct interactive meeting with students & their
requirement are considered for improvement. Also we have Alumni
association of post students. They also provide feedback for improvement of
infrastructure & quality.
IV. Proper support for policy and planning through need analysis,
research inputs and consultations with the stakeholders.
Suggestions from parents, past students are considered for improvement of
infrastructure & quality in education.
V. Reinforcing the culture of excellence.
Culture of excellence is created though various platforms ie NSS, Cultural
Activities, DLLE, Gymkhana, Jeevandeep Festival. Also students are send to
other colleges for participation in various competitions at State & University
level. Students achieving prizes in this event are awarded in the Annual
function of the college.
VI. Champion organizational change.
Social commitment is made through Jeevandeep Mahostav and through the
Platform of NSS to create competitive exam spirit among student and
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renounced speakers are invited who have passed MPSC, UPSC exam &
occupying higher positions at present. Attitude of excellence is imbibed on
student through the social activity which is also part of curriculum.
6.1.4 What are the procedures adopted by the institution to monitor &
evaluate policies and plans of the institution for effective implementation
and improvement from time to time?
Inter departmental academic audit is introduced & carried out time to time e.g.
Arts department will audit Science department & Science department will
audit Commerce department.
6.1.5 Give details of the academic leadership provided to the faculty by
the top management?
The president of the JSSP & the Principal together formulate the policies
regarding development, improvement of the college facility. Staffs members
are encouraged participating & attending workshop, seminars & presentation
of research paper in workshops.
6.1.6 How does the college groom leadership at various levels?
I. The college selects CR‟s who are toppers for that particular course in each
class & they monitor student‟s attendance, discipline & also they help to
organize events.
II. Hod‟s are grooms for the development of department & activity associated
with department. Academic calendar helps design time to time various
activities, various competition are conducted by every department to improve
the knowledge & skills of the students.
III. The coordinator of various committees hold the responsibility to organize
the event & this also help for grooming leadership.
6.1.8 Does the college promote a culture of participative management? If
yes indicate of participative management.
Yes, at every level college promotes the concept of participative management
by interacting with all the members of committee & Hod‟s. Management and
LMC also assisting in framing various activities & their execution.
6.2 Strategy Development and Deployment.
6.2.1 Does the Institution have a formally stated quality policy? How is it
developed, driven, deployed and reviewed?
Yes, The quality policy of the college is clearly stated in the mission of the
College.
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6.2.2 Does the Institute have a perspective plan for development? If so
give the aspects considered for inclusion in the plan.
Yes, the Institute has the perspective plan of development for five years. This
plan includes the addition in the infrastructure addition of new courses, use of
ICT in the teaching programme, promotion of research etc.
6.2.3 Describe the internal organizational structure and decision making
processes.
President JSSP Management
LMC
Principal
Hod‟s
OS
IQAC Members
6.2.4 Give the broad description of the quality improvement strategies of
the institution for each of the following
I.
Teaching & Learning :-
Teaching: - Study material, question banks are prepared & distributed to the
student. PPT presentations, documentary, movies are shown to the students for
Marathi, Sociology & BMM Subjects, and Workshop arrangement.
Learning:- Attendance is made compulsory for students, periodic test are
conducted, projects, assignment, student feedback is taken for every term &
analyzed for further improvement.
II.
Research & Development:-
Research committee is formed to promote research activities among faculty
member. This committee recommend research journal for selected research
areas & staff members are encouraged for participation in various research
seminars & workshops. Research methodology seminars are arranged. Net
facility provided for faculty pursuing research e-journals are subscribed,
faculty member pursuing research are encouraged to visit TISS, IIT Pawai for
reference work.
III.
Community Engagement :-
Through the platform of NSS & DLLE various society interactive activities are
organized like A) Camp was organized with the help of Tahasildar office
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kalyan for distribution of domicile, income certificate required for students &
Parents. B) Eye check-up camp and catract operation were carried out in
collaboration with Sarvoday Hospital, Ulhashangar and about 100 patients
were operated at four different places. ( Goveli college, Mamnoli, Phalegaon,
Dahagaon & Kamba). C) Eftar Party was arranged at Waholi, Tal. Kalyan,
Dist. Thane on the occasion of Id-e- milad & fruits were distributed to increase
Social interaction. D) A village Thakurpada & Wagharpada were adopted by
NSS for conducting Social Service activity & awareness to save girl child was
created among the villagers.
IV Every year the college arranges Jeevandeep Gaurav Awards for the
personality working in different areas successfully and creating a mark of their
work. This event takes place on the anniversary days of the college. We also
conduct blood donation camp, tree plantation projects using the platform of
NSS (Arpan blood bank.)
V Human Resource Management:The college runs in two shifts i.e. morning & afternoon. Time table is prepared
according to the courses and faculty available for morning and afternoon
session. Faculty members are recruited as per the requirement before the
beginning of the term and it is seen that there is no shortage of faculty. The
work-load is allotted as per the University norms. Guest faculty is appointed as
per requirement for mass media and IT subject.
VI Industry Interaction:The college has prepared database of industries on the stretch of Kalyan,
Murbad, Dombiwali and Ambernath MIDC area. A questionnaire was
prepared regarding information about industry and a group of faculty members
visited industries from this area to find out scope for industry institute linkage
and placement for the students. College also organizes industrial visit for final
year students as a part of their curriculum.
6.2.5 How does the Head of the institution ensure that adequate
information (from feedback and personal contact etc.) is available for the
top management and the stakeholders, to review the activities of the
institution?
Principal forms different committees in the beginning of the term to conduct
various activities. The stakeholders are provided information through college
prospectous, college annual magazine, Jeevandeep recently published
Jeevandarpan by Mass Media for private circulation also all the events
conducted in the college are given publicity through newspapers.
6.2.6 How does the management encourage and support involvement of
the staff in improving the effectiveness and efficiency of the institutional
process?
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For all academic activities the management encourage Principal and Hod‟s to
take initiative & conduct various activities which suggested from management.
Management encourages Hod‟s to organized workshop and seminars and
presents their work. Research orientation training workshop is conducted for
faculty members to improve their qualities.
6.2.7 Enumerate the resolutions made by the management council in the
last years and the status of implementation of such resolutions.
Management council made some resolution regarding construction of a
separate building for library and reading rooms also a separate building for
gymkhana was proposed. The work for both the projects is already
commenced & will be completed in near future.
Computer facility and internet facility for staff and student.
Purchase of furniture and other required materials.
6.2.8 Does the affiliating university make a provision for according the
status of autonomy to an affiliated institution? If Yes, what are the efforts
made by the institution in obtaining autonomy?
Yes, We are not in the position to think about autonomy.
6.2.9 How does the Institution ensure that grievances / complaints are
promptly attended to and resolved effectively? Is there a mechanism to
analyses the nature of grievances for promoting better stakeholder
relationship?
College has created a grievance redressal cell for the teachers, students.
College has anti-ragging cell/ woman Development ce. The Principal
addresses the grievances / complaints .
6.2.10 During the last four years, had there been any instance of court
cases filed by and against the institute? Provide details on the issues and
decisions of the courts on these?
No court cases during last four year or prior to that.
6.2.11 Does the Institution have a mechanism for analyzing student
feedback on institutional performance? If Yes, what was the outcome and
response of the institution to such an effort?
Yes, college collects feedback from students about their teacher every term
and corrective measures are taken based on the feedback. Feedback from
parents and ex-students is collected to improve the infrastructure and other
facilities.
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6.3 Faculty Empowerment Strategies.
6.3.1 What are the efforts made by the institution to enhance the
professional development of its teaching and non teaching staff?
1. Staff members are deputed for attending conferences and workshops
arranged local to International level not only in Mumbai University areas but
also outside Mumbai. Financial support and duty leave is also provided.
2. Research Methodology seminars are arranged for the benefit teachers.
3. Computer and IT Department arranged one day workshop on ICT training.
4. A seminar was arranged for the development of staff skills for staff
members (Teaching and Non teaching).
5. Department of Marathi organized three days (17th, 18th and 19th Feb 2012)
National Conference and department of Philosophy also organized three days (
6th, 7th and 8th Feb 2014) conference on Maharashtra Tatwadnyan Parishad.
6.Teachers are motivated by awarding Jeevandeep Gaurav Purskar and every
year Best Teachers from teaching staff is selected.
7. Non teaching staff is send for attending seminars organized specially for
non teaching staff.
6.3.2 What are the strategies adopted by the institution for faculty
empowerment through training, retraining and motivating the employees
for the roles and responsibility they perform?
1. Facilities rewarded by choosing the best teacher among themselves.
2. Facility is send for training organized by Mumbai University and its
affiliated colleges regarding credit based grading system and its implication
also faculty from all dept was send for syllabus change seminars.
3. College encourages faculty member to clear NET/SET and to improve their
qualification.
6.3.3 Provide details on the performance appraisal system of the staff to
evaluate and ensure that information on multiple activities is
appropriately captured and considered for better appraisal.
College introduced self appraisal system for faculty which is done from last
years. This Performa is analyzed by the Principal & submitted to management
for further action.
6.3.4 What is the outcome of the review of the performance appraisal
reports by management and the major decisions taken? How are they
communicated to the appropriate stakeholders?
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Based on the self appraisal Performa the management decides about continuity
in service.
6.3.5 What are the welfare schemes available for teaching and non
teaching staff? What percentage of staff have availed the benefit of such
schemes in the last four years?
Non teaching employees are provided CPF (contributory PF). A group picnic
is arranged every year in which the expenditure is shared by management.
6.3.6 What are the measures taken by the Institution for attracting and
retaining eminent faculty?
Additional increments are given in the salary for attracting and retaining
experienced and eminent faculty.
6.4 Financial Management and Resource Mobilization.
6.4.1 What is the institutional mechanism to monitor effective and
efficient use of available financial resources?
Every year college prepare annual budget for all the department including
library and funds are distributed according to budget. The financial recourses
are available through OBC, SC, ST, NT scholarship and freeship which is
managed through LMC and Principal every year internal and external audit is
done by Chartered Accountant.
6.4.2 What are the institutional mechanisms for internal and external
audit? When was the last audit done and what are the major audit
objections? Provide the details on compliance.
The college has a mechanism for internal or external audit and it is done every
financial year last audit is completed in Dec 2014. No major objection has
been reported.
6.4.3 What are the major sources of institutional receipt/ funding and how
is the defeat managed? Provided audited income and expenditure
statement of academic and administrative activities of the previous four
years and the reserve fund / corpus available with institution if any.
Fees form professional course (BMS, BSC) and scholarship and freeship of
OBC, SC, ST, and NT. There is no deficit in these last four years.
6.4.4 Give details on the efforts made by the institution securing
additional funding and the utilization of the same. (If any)
1. Computers were donated by Rotary Club, Dombiwali.
2. MP/MLA Fund
6.5 Internal Quality Assurance System (IQAS)
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6.5.1 Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC)
a) Has a institution established an internal quality assurance cell (IQAC).
If yes what is the institutional policy with regard to quality assurance and
how has it contributed in institutionalizing the quality assurance
processes?
Yes, IQAC meets twice in years to decide policy about institute functioning
regarding recruitment of the faculty allocation of funds and utilization of
funds. It is established in the year 2004-05 and continued till date. Students
feedback parent feedback direct interaction with parent through meeting at
college level helps in improving the basic infrastructure and teacher
performance.
b) How many decisions of the IQAS have been approved by the
management / authorities for implementation and how many of them
were actually implemented?
All the decisions of IQAS are accepted & implemented by the management.
c) Does the IQAS have external members on its committee? If so mention
any significant contribution made by them.
Yes, they suggest / they give the suggestion about starting a new course,
increasing on improvement of library, creation of new building for reading
hall, administrative suggestion and compound development.
d) How do students and alumni contribute to the effective functioning of
the IQAS?
Feedback and suggestions are taken from students and alumni. It helps in
effective functioning of IQAS.
e) How does the IQAS communicate and engage staff from different
constituents of the institution?
i. Through the notice board for students
ii. College non periodical
iii. Through college website
iv. Staff circular file
v. Staff meetings
6.5.2 Does the institution have integrated framework for Quality
assurance of the academic and administrative activities? If yes give details
on its operationalisation.
1. Institute makes efforts to fulfill the quality assurance.
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2. Guideline provided by IQAS teaching plans and syllabus completion
Performa give us surety about quality assurance.
3. Conduction of internals test, projects, reports, projective viva, class test
assure quality assurance
6.5.3 Does the institute provide training to its staff for effective
implementation of the quality assurance procedure? If Yes give details
enumerating its impact.
Yes, i.) Guidelines provided by IQAS are strictly followed by staff members.
ii.) College conducts extension lectures on quality improvement in education.
6.5.4 Does the institution undertake academic audit or other external
review of the academic provisions? If yes how are the outcomes used to
improve the institutional activities.
No.
6.5.5 How is the internal quality assurance mechanisms aligned with the
requirements of the relevant external quality assurance agencies /
regulatory authorities?
N. A.
6.5.6 What institutional mechanisms are in place to continuously review
the teaching learning process? Give details of its structure, methodologies
of operations and outcome?
Structures:1. The institute has a generated mechanism for checking the teaching learning
process it involves direct interaction with students and feedback.
2. The principal and management observe the teacher lecture periodically
Methology of operation is:1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Teaching plans
Review of percentage of syllabus completion
Syllabus completion
Internal assessment
Attendance of every lecture.
Outcome:Improved quality and progress is reflected in result in the semester exam &
also in internal marks.
6.5.7 How does the institution communicate its quality assurance policies
mechanisms and outcome to the various internal and external
stakeholder’s?
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Quality assurance policies are communicated to its stakeholder by
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
College annual magazine “ Jeevandeep”
Non periodical Jeevandarpan
Institution prospectous
News papers
Notice board
Press release
College website www.jeevandeepgoveli.com
Staff meeting, parents meeting & students meeting.
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CRITERION VII: INNOVATIONS AND BEST
PRACTICES
7.1 Environment Consciousness
7.1.1 Does the institute conduct a green Audit of its campus and facilities?
YES
7.1.2 What are the initiatives taken by the college to make the campus ecofriendly?
Following are the initiatives taken by college to make campus eco-friendly:
1. Energy Conservation:
i) One peon has been assigned to control wastage of water & electricity.
ii) Since the college offers two courses related to energy conservation and
Environmental studies in the curriculum, our professors assign various activities
and project to students to develop environmental awareness among them and
protect the Environment. Save energy campain is is arranged.
iii) Through NSS our college celebrates “Environment Day” on 5th June every
year and tree plantation program is arranged.
2. Use of Renewable Energy:
i) Burning of Refuse in the college campus is avoided.
ii) Every year we store dead stock scrap material and papers to recycle at the end
and dispose off.
3. Efforts for carbon neutrality:
i) Our college is placed in rural area and therefore the premises of our college are
full of nature and there is no carbon Pollution.
ii) We also avoid the practices of burning papers and plastics in college premises
to carbon neutralize carbon monoxide.
4. Plantation:
i) Every year on the occasion of college foundation day i.e. 21st June we follow
tree plantation practice.
ii) Also our NSS students carry out tree plantation activity in college premises and
adopted village for society growth and development.
iii) Every group leader of NSS adopts 10 trees per group.
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iv) NSS unit of the college arranged environment awareness camp in Thakurpada
village on 24th Sept.2014.
v) The NSS Unit of the college also participated in Tree plantation Camp
organized by University of Mumbai at Vangani on 18/07/2014.
vi) According to the circular of the government of India, our college conducted a
campaign of cleanliness under “Swachha Bharat Abhiyan” on 22/11/2014.
5. Hazardous Waste Management:
At present we have very little hazardous waste material which is eliminated by
natural methods.
6. E-Waste Management:
Regarding E-waste management we have following practices:
i) CD disposal
ii) Computer repair parts
iii) Broken electrical material dispose off
6. Rain Water Harvesting:
i) The water of the rain is stored and used for garden.
7.2 INNOVATIONS:
7.2.1. Give detail of innovations introduced during the last four years which
have impact on the functioning of the college.
i) In our college we have E-Class room for E-Learning .It helps student to
enhance their knowledge in E-Word. (ICT Training).
ii) From last three years we have been organizing National conferences on
literature and philosophy.
iii) The college is associated with Swami Sarvanand Trust through which eye
checking seminars and Cataract Surgery operations are done.
iv) Through Rotary club we arrange Rubella Vaccination for Girls below 18
years every year.
v) Our college arranges Self Defense techniques Program for Women.(staff
& students)
vi) Competitive Exam cell arranges special lectures for students preparing for
competitive exams.
vii) Last year we organized government certificate distribution program in
collaboration with K.D.M.C. (Income, Domicile, Aadhar card document
etc.)
viii)
We also have Earn and Learn scheme for Economically Backward
students.
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ix) We have organized “ Job Mela” on 01 Dec, 2014 for the students of rural
areas.
Gender Equality:
i) We have 2 units of NSS (200 students).through which students visited
nearby villages to create gender awareness among villagers through street
play.
ii) Our college is trying to preserve gender equality since establishment of
college.
iii) Rallies and street plays are organized to create awareness.
iv) Poster making competitions are conducted.
v) Awareness of female feticide is generated through film shows.
7.3 BEST PRACTICES:
Best Practice I:
1. TITLE OF THE PRACTICE:
EYES CHECK UP CAMP AND CATARACT OPERATION CAMP
2. GOAL:
a) To focus on rural society
b) To help disable eyesight people
c) To fulfill social commitments
d) To create awareness among society about problems of eyesight
e) To foster students about their responsibility towards the society
3. THE CONTEXT:
N.S.S. and D.L.L.E. conducted survey during camps and sight visits in some
villages, it was noticed that, the people suffering with eyesight is relatively
high.
Incidentally we had come across staff of SWAMI SARVANAND TRUST,
ULHASNAGAR. Hence the idea of conducting camps through NSS platform
and staff of the college was materialized. It is indeed challenging for our
college, but with the great support we did this.
4. THE PRACTICES:
i) The practice of eye check up and cataract operations is implemented
through a hospital run by Swami Sarvanand Trust at Ulhasnagar (a place near
to Kalyan)
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ii) A team of faculty members visited the hospital & found out the facilities
provided by hospital; the availability of doctors & their assistants also was
noted.
iii) A day and place convenient to conduct the camp was decided.
iv) Accordingly, pamphlets were printed indicating the date, venue and timing
of the camp and were distributed through NSS volunteers and enthusiastic
students to nearby villages.
v) Sarpanch and members of the Grampanchayat were contracted and they
were informed about circulating the information to villagers.
vi) A list of patients interested in Eye check up camp was asked to prepare.
vii) On the day of the camp about 20 NSS Volunteers and few staff members
had approached to the place of camp and made necessary arrangement.
viii) It was a new Experience for teachers and volunteers of our college.
ix) In every camp of eye checking is done initially and the patients requiring
operations were spotted out.
x) The persons requiring operations were taken to hospital on the same day
and operations were performed.
xi) The patients with cataract operations were relieved next day& the vehicle
was arranged for sending them to the place of their residence.
5. CONSTRAINTS:
i)
ii)
iii)
iv)
Publicity of event through loudspeaker, posters and banners
Persons to do publicity
Distribution of pamphlets to nearby villages
To convince the patients about eye problems & operations.
6. Problem encountered and Resources required:
I) The availability of doctors on working days is not possible for Camp. Hence we
had to choose Sunday for Camp.
II) In general Supportive staff for doctors is also reluctant to work on Sundays.
Hence we had to convince them to work on Sunday.
III) Camp venue is normally in school so removing benches for Camp and
Making dark room is Problem required for Eye -check up.
IV) Sometimes ambulance of the Hospital is not available, so we had to make
alternate arrangement for taking patients to hospital.
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V) Sometimes Electricity is not available on camp site so we had to make
arrangement of light.
VII) EVIDENCE OF SUCCESS:
DATE
4.8.2013
15.8.2013
24.9.2013
29.9.2013
18.10.2013
28.09.2014
VENUE OF THE
CAMP
NO. OF EYE
CHECKER
NO.OF CATARACT
SURGERIES
Goveli college
Falegaon
Dahagaon
Mamnoli
Kamba
poi
135
150
130
60
20
59
22
39
20
12
6
12
The no. of eye check up persons & no. of Cataract operations indicate that the
camps are extremely useful to needy persons; which serves the commitment
towards society. There is growing demand to arrange more such camps in
future at different places.
Best Practices II:
1. Title of the Praactice:
Felicitation of outstanding Personalities from Various Fields:
Appreciation Awards (Jeevandeep Gaurav Purskar)
2. Goal:
i) To identify the people in society who work honestly, sincerely for public and in
general they are neglected.
ii) Such people do exists in all field (religion, Social, educational, Government
servant, Journalist, social worker, farmers)
iii) To felicitate ideal Personalities to keep Model for students/Society
iv) To throw the light on the life of above type of personalities.
3. The Content:
The Padmashree, Padmabhushan awards are conferred on Republic day every
year for achievers in various fields .Taking Clue from this we thought such
concept at local level.
4. Practice:
i) Identifying the outstanding personalities in nearby areas from various fields
like: a) Agriculture b) Public Service c) Public Transports d) Social service e)
Education
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ii) we collected and assembled the Bio-Data of these Personalities.
iii) we selected most appropriate persons for these awards.
iv) Invite them on Felicitation programs arranged on Foundation day of the
college.
v) We felicitate them by awarding shawl, Trophy, Certificate, Bouquet.
vi) After Felicitation Motivational speech is given by these Personalities.
vii) We invite them in various activities and programmed arranged by college.
viii) The program is published in local news Papers and state level News papers.
5. Evidence of Success:
Sr
.No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Name of the Persons
Village
Dunda Fasale
Murbad
M.S Kurhade
Malad
A.P. Suroshi
Rayate
Girish Kanthe
Murbad
Varlikar
Titwala
Akram Zuari
Waholi
Avinash Harad
Rayate
Sachin
dada Alibag
Dharmadhikari
Revdanda
Snehal Karle
Bhisol
10
Achievement
fields
Farming
Education
Govt. /Service
Literature
Police Fields
Education
Environment
Religious
Awareness
Competative
Exam
of Education
Dr. V. M. Magare University
(Ex-Director B. C. Mumbai
U. D )
6. Problems Encountered and Resource Required:
Year
of
appreciation
2011
2011
2011
2012
2012
2013
2013
2014
2014
2014
i) To conduct survey and identify Personalities.
ii) Deciding criteria for eligibility: To search from different fields.
iii) We convince them for felicitation.
iv) Collection of the Bio-Data /Documentation.
v) We take help from Local Social workers for felicitation. Also we take help
from NGOs.
vi) Availability of human Resources.
vii) Efficiency required for continue in practices.
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CONTACT DETAILS:
NAME OF THE PRINCIPAL
:
DR.U.B.JANGAM
NAME OF THE INSTITUTION
: JSSP‟S ARTS COMMERCE &
SCIENCE COLLEGE GOVELI
CITY
: KALYAN (MAHARASHATRA)
PIN CODE
: 421301
ACCREDICATED STATUS
: IN PROCESS
WORK PHONE
: 02512390016
WEBSITE
: www.jeevandeepgoveli.com
FAX
: 02512390016, 02512390922
MOBILE NO
: 9867570456
Email
: [email protected]
[email protected]
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EVALUATIVE REPORTS OF THE DEPARTMENT
MARATHI
The self-evaluation of every department may be provided separately in about 3-4
pages, avoiding the repetition of the data.
1. Name of the Dept.
: MARATHI
2. Year of Establishment : 2004-05
3. Names of Programmes, Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.):UG (Bachelor of Arts)
4. Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the department / units involved: Nil
5. Annual/semester/choice based credit system (programme wise): F.Y, S.Y &
T.Y. B.A. semester based credit system since 2011-12
6. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other department:
Nil
7. Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign
institutions, etc. : Nil
8. Details of courses/ programmes discontinued(if any) with reasons: Nil
9. Number of Teaching posts: 02
Sanctioned
Filled
Professors
Nil
Nil
Associate Professors
Nil
Nil
Asst. Professors
02
02
10. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization,
(D.Sc. /D.Litt. /Ph.D. /M.Phil.etc.)
Name
PROF. H.
V.
SOSHTE
PROF. P.
S.
PATKAR
Qualific
ation
Designatio
n
Specialization
M.A.
NET
Asst. Prof.
MARATHI
MA
NET
Asst. Prof.
MARATHI
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No. of Ph.D.
No. of
students
Years
guided for
of
the last 4
Exp.
years
5
NIL
1
NIL
11. List of senior visiting faculty:NIL
Name
NIL
Qualification
Designation
Specialization
NIL
NIL
NIL
No.
of
Ph.D.
No. of students
Years
guided
of Exp. for
the
last
4
years
NIL
NIL
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled (programme
wise) by temporary faculty: 100%
13. Student-Teacher Ratio (Dept. wise) : Dept. of Marathi:- 200:1
14. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff;
sanctioned and filled: Nil
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with D. Sc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ M.Phil /PG.:
SR.
NO
1
2
Name
Qualification
PROF. H. V. SOSHTE
PROF. P. S. PATKAR
M.A. NET
MA NET
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from
a) National: NIL
b) International funding agencies and grants received: NIL
17. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and
total grants received: NIL
18. Research Centre/ facility recognized by the University: NIL
19. Publications:
a) Publication per faculty: NIL
b) Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
international) by faculty and students: NIL
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c) Number of publications listed in International Database (For E.g. Web
of science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database –
International /social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.) : NIL
d) Monographs: NIL
e) Chapter in Books: NIL
f) Books Edited: NIL
g) Books with ISBN/ ISSN numbers with details of publishers : NIL
h) Citation Index: NIL
i) SNIP: NIL
j) SJR: NIL
k) Impact factor: NIL
l) h-index: NIL
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated: NIL
21. Faculty as members in
a) National Committees : NIL
b) International Committees: NIL
c) Editorial Boards: NIL
22. Students projects:
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter
departmental / programme: NIL
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the
institution i.e. in Research laboratories/ Industry/ other agencies: NIL
23. Award/ Recognitions received by faculty and students: NIL
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department:
SR.NO.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
NAME OF ACADEMICIANS
Dr. Dhanaji Gurav
Rangnath Pathare
Keshav Sakharam Deshmukh
Dasu Vaidya
Shankar Sakharam
Dr. Pushplata Tapas
Dr. Vrushali Magdum
DATE
Aug 2004
Sept. 2006
Aug 2007
Sept. 2010
Aug.2012
Feb. 2013
Jully. 2013
25. Seminars/ Conferences/ Workshops organized & the source of funding
1. National: Marathi dept. organized 3 days national conference in
association with department of Marathi University Mumbai. On
17/18/19 Feb. 2013
2. Source of funding:- i) Grant from University of Mumbai
ii) Sponsorship for event.
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3. International: NIL
26. Student profile programme/ course wise;
Year 2013-2014
Name
of
the
Applications
Course/programme
received
(refer question no. 4)
F.Y. B.A.
S.Y. B.A.
T.Y. B.A.
Selected
*M
275
255
130
120
27
27
*M=Male *F=Female
Year 2014-2015
Name
of
the
Applications
Course/programme
received
(refer question no. 4)
F.Y. B.A.
S.Y. B.A.
T.Y. B.A.
Enrolled
238
120
43
*M=Male *F=Female
190
99
14
*F
65
21
13
Enrolled
Selected
*M
238
120
43
171
75
23
*F
Pass
Percent
age
92%
94%
97%
Pass
Percent
age
67
45
20
27. Diversity of students
Name
Course
B.A.
of
the
% of students
%
of
% of students
from the same
students
from other states
state
from abroad
100%
Nil
Nil
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive
examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services,
etc.: Nil
29. Student progression
Student progression
UG to PG
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D.
Employed
 Campus selection
 Other than campus recruitment
Entrepreneurship/ Self-employment
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Against % enrolled
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library: Yes central library
b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students:
Yes Internet facility is available for both staff & students.
c) Class rooms with ICT facility:
Yes computer facilities are available, LCD are available
d) Laboratories: Nil
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,
government or other agencies:
Category
OBC
SC
ST
NT
SBC
TOTAL
F.Y. B.A.
173
25
19
05
02
224
S.Y. B.A.
90
14
04
05
02
124
T.Y. B.A.
30
07
04
01
00
42
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures/ workshops/
seminar) with external experts: special lectures by experts are arranged by
college every year.
a) Special Lectures: Department arranged Special lectures for T.Y.B.A.
students.
b) Workshop: Nil.
c) National Conference: National Conference held on 17/18/19 Feb 2013.
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning: Lectures cum
demonstration methods, Demonstration by using LCD projectors & charts.
Home assignments, projects & Class tests also help to improve learning of
students.
As per requirement we use LCD Projector.
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension
activities: NIL
35. SWOC analysis of the department
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Strength:


Marathi mother tongue Advantage
Interest of students in Marathi Literature
Weakness:


Casual approach of students towards language.
Lack of oratory in Marathi.
Opportunities:




Scope for M.P.S.C. & U.P.S.C level competitive exams.
Opportunities of creative writing, publication & functional Marathi
field.
To express ideas and views in college published non periodical “Jeevan
Darpan” & annual Magazine “Jeevan Deep”
To create research awareness among students about Marathi.
Challenges:


To create research awareness in Students.
To develop oratory in Marathi.
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EVALUATIVE REPORTS OF THE DEPARTMENT
ENGLISH
The self-evaluation of every department may be provided separately in about 3-4
pages, avoiding the repetition of the data.
01. Name of the Dept.
: ENGLISH
02. Year of Establishment
: 2004-2005
03. Names of Programmes, Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D.,
Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.):UG (Bachelor of Arts )
04. Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the department / units involved:
Nil
05. Annual/semester/choice based credit system (programme wise):F.Y, S.Y
& T.Y. semester based credit system since 2011-2012.
06. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other department:
Nil
07. Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign
institutions, etc. : Nil
08. Details of courses/ programmes discontinued(if any) with reasons: Nil
09. Number of Teaching posts:02
Sanctioned
Filled
Professors
NIL
NIL
Associate Professors
NIL
NIL
Asst. Professors
02
02
10. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization,
(D.Sc. /D.Litt. /Ph.D. /M.Phil.etc.)
Name
Qualificatio
n
Designati
on
Mr.Bhaskar
P.B.
Mr.Herode
Y.N.
M.A. M.Ed Asst.Prof
SET.
M.A.NET,
Asst.Prof
SET,M.Phil.
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Specializatio
n
Diasporic
writing
African
American
literature,
literature of
the oppressed
06
No.
of
Ph.D.
students
guided for
the last 4
years
--
06
--
No.
of
Years
of
Exp.
11. List of senior visiting faculty: NIL
Name
Qualification
Designation
Specialization
No. of
Ph.D.
No. of
students
Years
guided
of
for the
Exp.
last
4
years
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled (programme
wise) by temporary faculty: Nil
13. Student-Teacher Ratio (Dept. wise) : Dept. of English:- 120:2
14. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff;
sanctioned and filled: Nil
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with D. Sc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ M.Phil /PG.:
No
1
2
Name
Mr.Bhaskar P.B.
Mr.Herode Y.N.
Qualification
M.A. M.Ed. SET.
M.A.NET,SET,M.Phil.
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from
a. National: NIL
b. International funding agencies and grants received: NIL
17. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and
total grants received: NIL
18. Research Centre/ facility recognized by the University: NIL
19. Publications:
No
1
2
Name
Mr. Bhaskar P.B.
Mr. Herode Y.N.
International
Year
1. Marginalization of
Untouchables and Self identity
2014
crisis in Mulk Raj Anand‟s
„Untouchable.‟
2. Diasporic issues in Jhumpa
Lahiri‟s Unaccustomed Earth
Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar‟s perception 2013
of Nation and Nationalism
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a) Publication per faculty:
Sr.No Name of Prof.
1
Mr.Bhaskar P.B.
2
Mr.Herode Y.N.
Publication
02
01
b) Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
international) by faculty and students.03
c)
d) Number of publications listed in International Database (For E.g. Web of
science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database –
International /social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.) : NIL
e) Monographs: NIL
f) Chapter in Books: NIL
g)
h) Books Edited: 02
i) Books with ISBN/ ISSN numbers with details of publishers : 02
No
1
Name
Mr.Bhaskar
P.B.
Mr.Herode
Y.N.
2
Mr.Bhaskar
P.B.
Publishers
New
Man
Publication
Mumbai
Book Name
Reflections on
Indian
English
fictions and
plays.
New
Man Indian
Publication
Writing
In
Mumbai
English: New
Critical
Perspectives
ISBN
978-93-83871-360
171-73-83871-313
j) Citation Index: NIL
k) SNIP: NIL
l) SJR: NIL
m) Impact factor: NIL
n) h-index: NIL
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated: NIL
21. Faculty as members in
a) National Committees : NIL
b) International Committees: NIL
c) Editorial Boards: NIL
22. Students projects:
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter
departmental / programme: NIL
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the
institution i.e. in Research laboratories/ Industry/ other agencies: NIL
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23. Award/ Recognitions received by faculty and students: NIL
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department:
SR
.N
O.
1.
Name
of Designation
Academicians
2
Mr. John Dik
3
Ms.Sara
Schmitz
4
Mr.Surwade
Sunil
5
Mr.Kambale
Dashrath D.
Mr.
S.
Institute Name
Date
Shirshat Project Research University
of
Fellow &Asst.Prof. Mumbai,CoHaB.
German Exchange CoHaB.(Construct
Research fellow
ions of Home and
Belongings)
German Exchange CoHaB.(Construct
Research fellow
ions of Home and 17/01/2015
Belongings)
Asst.Professor
Panakj
Mahavidyalaya
.Chopada,Jalgaon
Asst.Professor
Sonubhau Basvant
College
,Shahapur,Thane.
25. Seminars/ Conferences/ Workshops organized & the source of funding
01 National: NIL
02 International: NIL
03 Workshop :
English Department has organized One Day State Level Workshop on
“Emerging Trends in Indian Writing in English Literature “on 17th
January, 2015. It is self financed state level workshop.
26. Student profile programme/ course wise;
Year 2013-2014
Name
of
the
Applications
Course/programme
received
(refer question no. 4)
F.Y.
S.Y.
T.Y.
74
44
17
*M=Male *F=Female
Enrolled
Selected
*M
74
44
17
117
59
18
03
*F
15
26
14
Pass
Percent
age
93%
90%
80%
Year 2014-2015
Name
of
the
Applications
Course/programme
received
(refer question no. 4)
F.Y.
S.Y.
T.Y.
125
41
08
*M=Male *F=Female
Enrolled
Selected
*M
125
41
08
84
29
05
*F
Pass
Percent
age
41
12
03
27. Diversity of students
Name
Course
B.A
of
the
% of students
%
of
% of students
from the same
students
from other states
state
from abroad
100%
NIL
NIL
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive
examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services,
etc.: Nil
29. Student progression
Student progression
UG to PG
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D.
Employed
 Campus selection
 Other than campus recruitment
Entrepreneurship/ Self-employment
Against % enrolled
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library: Central library available
b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students: Internet facility is available for
both staff and students.
c) Class rooms with ICT facility: Yes, Computer facility is available
d) Laboratories: NA
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31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,
government or other agencies:
Category
OBC
SC
ST
NT
SBC
TOTAL
F.Y.
212
24
20
11
02
269
S.Y.
134
12
12
05
01
164
T.Y.
49
05
01
01
01
57
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures/ workshops/
seminar) with external experts: special lectures by experts arrange by college
every year.
a) Special Lectures: NIL
b) Workshop: Yes (State level Workshop on “Emerging Trends on Indian
writing in English Literature”.
c) National Conference: Nil
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning: Lectures cum
demonstration methods, use of LCD projectors and Home assignments,
projects and Unit/Class tests also help to improve learning environment.
As per requirement we use LCD Projector occasionally.
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension
activities: competition through English department (essay & elocution)
35. SWOC analysis of the department
Strength:
 Experienced Teaching Staff
 Dedicated and qualified faculty
 Enrollment of student for B.A.
Weakness:




Rural students
Network problem for connectivity
Load shading due to rural area
Economical background of students.
119

Phobia about English Language among rural students.
Opportunities:



Scope for M.P.S.C. and U.P.S.C level competition exam through
English Department.
Scope for Communication skill and professional skills
To setup English functional laboratory.
Challenges:

To develop oratory in English.
120
EVALUATIVE REPORTS OF THE DEPARTMENT
HINDI
The self-evaluation of every department may be provided separately in about 3-4
pages, avoiding the repetition of the data.
01 Name of the Dept.
: HINDI
02 Year of Establishment
: 2004-2005
03 Names of Programmes, Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D.,
Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.):UG (Bachelor of Arts)
04 Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the department / units involved:
Nil
05 Annual/semester/choice based credit system (programme wise):F.Y and
S.Y. Semester based credit system since 2011-2012.
06 Participation of the department in the courses offered by other department:
Nil
07 Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign
institutions, etc. : Nil
08 Details of courses/ programmes discontinued(if any) with reasons: Nil
09 Number of Teaching posts: 01
Professors
Associate Professors
Sanctioned
Nil
Nil
Filled
Nil
Nil
01
01
Asst. Professors
10 Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization,
(D.Sc. /D.Litt. /Ph.D. /M.Phil.etc.)
Name
Qualifi
cation
Designatio Specializati
n
on
PROF. N. U.
DESHMUKH
M.A.
NET
ASST.
PROFESS
OR
HINDI
LIT.
No. of Ph.D.
No. of
students
Years
guided for
of
the last 4
Exp.
years
03
Nil
11 List of senior visiting faculty: NIL
Name Qualification
NIL
NIL
No.
of
Designation Specialization Years
of
Exp.
NIL
NIL
NIL
121
No. of Ph.D.
students
guided for the
last 4 years
NIL
12 Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled (programme
wise) by temporary faculty: 100%
13 Student-Teacher Ratio (Dept. wise) : Dept. of HINDI:- 108:1
14 Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff;
sanctioned and filled: Nil
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with D. Sc/ D. Lit / Ph. D/ M. Phil /PG.:
SR.
NO
1
Name
Qualification
PROF. N. U. DESHMUKH
M.A. NET
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from
c) National: NIL
d) International funding agencies and grants received: NIL
17. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and
total grants received: NIL
18. Research Centre/ facility recognized by the University: NIL
19. Publications: Nil.
a) Publication per faculty: NIL
b) Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
international) by faculty and students: 02 ( Individual Faculty)
c) Number of publications listed in International Database (For E.g. Web of
science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database –
International /social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.) : NIL
d) Monographs: NIL
e) Chapter in Books: NIL
f) Books Edited: NIL
g) Books with ISBN/ ISSN numbers with details of publishers : NIL
h) Citation Index: NIL
i) SNIP: NIL
j) SJR: NIL
k) Impact factor: NIL
l) h-index: NIL
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated: NIL
21. Faculty as members in
d) National Committees : NIL
e) International Committees: NIL
f) Editorial Boards: NIL
22. Students projects:
122
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter
departmental / programme: F.Y.B. A. and S.Y.B.A. Respectively
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the
institution i.e. in Research laboratories/ Industry/ other agencies: NIL
23. Award/ Recognitions received by faculty and students: NIL
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department: NIL
SR.NO. NAME OF ACADEMICIANS
DATE
01
Dr. P. K. Dhumal
July 2013
25. Seminars/ Conferences/ Workshops organized & the source of funding
04 National: NIL
05 International: NIL
26. Student profile programme/ course wise;
Year 2013-2014
Name
of
the
Applications
Course/programme
received
(refer question no. 4)
F.Y.
S.Y.
Selected
*M
90
90
36
36
*M=Male *F=Female
Year 2014-2015
Name
of
the
Applications
Course/programme
received
(refer question no. 4)
F.Y.
S.Y.
73
33
*M=Male *F=Female
27. Diversity of students
Name
Course
Enrolled
of
the
66
25
*F
24
11
Enrolled
Selected
*M
73
33
65
16
*F
Pass
Percent
age
79.00
82.31
Pass
Percent
age
08
17
% of students
%
of
% of students
from the same
students
from other states
state
from abroad
F.Y.
100 %
NIL
NIL
S.Y.
100 %
NIL
NIL
123
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive
examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services,
etc.: Nil
29. Student progression
Student progression
UG to PG
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D.
Employed
 Campus selection
 Other than campus recruitment
Entrepreneurship/ Self-employment
Against % enrolled
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
d) Library: Yes central library
e) Internet facilities for Staff & Students:
Yes Internet facility is available for both staff & students.
f) Class rooms with ICT facility:
Yes computer facilities are available
d) Laboratories: NA
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,
government or other agencies:
Category
OBC
SC
ST
NT
SBC
TOTAL
F.Y. .
57
05
04
03
02
71
S.Y.
23
05
03
01
01
33
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures/ workshops/
seminar) with external experts: Yes
Special lectures by experts arranged by college every year.
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning:
Lectures cum demonstration methods, Demonstration by using LCD
projectors & charts. Home assignments, projects & Class tests also help to
improve learning of students.
124
As per requirement we use LCD Projector time occasionally.
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension
activities: NIL
35. SWOC analysis of the department
Strength:



Active participation of students during Teaching Learning Process.
Active participation in various competitions
Use of ICT in learning process
Weakness:




Rural students
Network problem for connectivity
Load shading due to rural area
Financially weak background of students
Opportunities:



Scope for M.P.S.C. & U.P.S.C level competitive exams.
Opportunities of creative writing, publication & occupational Hindi
field.
Scope for tutor in communication skill in market.
Challenges:




To create research awareness in Students.
To create research awareness in Languages and Linguistics.
To establish & develop language club/ lab
To link with consultancy services.
125
EVALUATIVE REPORTS OF THE DEPARTMENT
HISTORY
The self-evaluation of every department may be provided separately in about 3-4
pages, avoiding the repetition of the data.
15 Name of the Dept.
: HISTORY
16 Year of Establishment
: 2004-2005
17 Names of Programmes, Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D.,
Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.):UG (Bachelor of Arts)
18 Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the department / units involved:
Nil
19 Annual/semester/choice based credit system (programme wise):F.Y and
S.Y. Semester based credit system since 2011-2012.
20 Participation of the department in the courses offered by other department:
Nil
21 Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign
institutions, etc. : Nil
22 Details of courses/ programmes discontinued(if any) with reasons: Nil
23 Number of Teaching posts: 01
Sanctioned
Filled
Nil
Nil
01
Nil
Nil
01
Professors
Associate Professors
Asst. Professors
24 Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization,
(D.Sc. /D.Litt. /Ph.D. /M.Phil.etc.)
Name
Qualifi
cation
Designatio Specializati
n
on
PROF. K. H.
AGIWALE
M.A.
NET
ASST.
PROFESS
OR
INDIAN
HISTORY
No. of Ph.D.
No. of
students
Years
guided for
of
the last 4
Exp.
years
01
Nil
25 List of senior visiting faculty: NIL
Qualificati Designati
Name
on
on
NIL
NIL
NIL
No. of No.
of
Ph.D.
Specializati
Years of students guided for
on
Exp.
the last 4 years
NIL
NIL
NIL
126
26 Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled (programme
wise) by temporary faculty:100%
27 Student-Teacher Ratio (Dept. wise) : Dept. of HISTORY:- 230:1
28 Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff;
sanctioned and filled: Nil
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with D. Sc/ D. Lit / Ph. D/ M. Phil /PG.:
SR.
NO
1
Name
Qualification
PROF. K. H. AGIWALE
M.A. NET
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from
a) National: NIL
b) International funding agencies and grants received: NIL
17. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and
total grants received: NIL
18. Research Centre/ facility recognized by the University: NIL
19. Publications:
a) Publication per faculty: NIL
b) Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
international) by faculty and students: 02 ( Individual Faculty)
c) Number of publications listed in International Database (For E.g. Web
of science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database
– International /social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.) : NIL
d) Monographs: NIL
e) Chapter in Books: NIL
f) Books Edited: NIL
g) Books with ISBN/ ISSN numbers with details of publishers : NIL
h) Citation Index: NIL
i) SNIP: NIL
j) SJR: NIL
k) Impact factor: NIL
l) h-index: NIL
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated: NIL
21. Faculty as members in
g) National Committees : NIL
h) International Committees: NIL
i) Editorial Boards: NIL
22. Students projects:
127
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter
departmental / programme: F.Y. B. A. and S.Y.B. A. Respectively
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the
institution i.e. in Research laboratories/ Industry/ other agencies: NIL
23. Award/ Recognitions received by faculty and students: NIL
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department: NIL
SR.NO. NAME OF ACADEMICIANS
DATE
01
Prof. A. R. Bankar
July 2013
25. Seminars/ Conferences/ Workshops organized & the source of funding
06 National: NIL
07 International: NIL
26. Student profile programme/ course wise;
Year 2013-2014
Name
of
the
Applications
Course/programme
received
(refer question no. 4)
F.Y.
S.Y.
Selected
*M
92
92
142
142
*M=Male *F=Female
Year 2014-2015
Name
of
the
Applications
Course/programme
received
(refer question no. 4)
F.Y.
S.Y.
Enrolled
114
116
*M=Male *F=Female
50
80
*F
42
62
Enrolled
Selected
*M
114
116
75
59
*F
Pass
Percent
age
81.00
79.56
Pass
Percent
age
39
57
27. Diversity of students
Name
Course
of
F.Y.
S.Y.
the
% of students
%
of
% of students
from the same
students
from other states
state
from abroad
100 %
Nil
Nil
100 %
Nil
Nil
128
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive
examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services,
etc.: Nil
29. Student progression
Student progression
UG to PG
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D.
Employed
 Campus selection
 Other than campus recruitment
Entrepreneurship/ Self-employment
Against % enrolled
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library: Yes central library
b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students:
Yes Internet facility is available for both staff & students.
c) Class rooms with ICT facility: Yes computer facilities are
available
d) Laboratories: NA
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,
government or other agencies:
Category
OBC
SC
ST
NT
SBC
TOTAL
F.Y. .
85
13
08
04
00
110
S.Y.
82
14
06
06
01
109
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures/ workshops/
seminar) with external experts: Yes
Special lectures by experts arranged by college every year.
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning:
Lectures cum demonstration methods, Demonstration by using LCD
projectors & charts. Home assignments, projects & Class tests also help to
improve learning of students.
129
As per requirement we use LCD Projector time occasionally.
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension
activities: NIL
35. SWOC analysis of the department
Strength:



Active participation of students during Teaching Learning Process.
Active participation in various competitions
Use of ICT in learning process
Weakness:




Rural students
Network problem for connectivity
Load shading due to rural area
Financially weak background of students
Opportunities:



Scope for M.P.S.C. & U.P.S.C level competitive exams.
To express ideas and views in college publish non-periodical
Jeevandarpan and annual magazine Jeevandeep.
To create research awareness among students about History.
Challenges:


To create research awareness in Students.
To link with consultancy services.
130
EVALUATIVE REPORTS OF THE DEPARTMENT
ECONOMICS
The self-evaluation of every department may be provided separately in about 3-4
pages, avoiding the repetition of the data.
01. Name of the Dept.
: ´ECONOMICS
02. Year of Establishment
: 2004-2005
03. Names of Programmes, Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D.,
Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.):UG (Bachelor of Arts)
04. Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the department / units involved:
Nil
05. Annual/semester/choice based credit system (programme wise):F.Y, S.Y
& T.Y. semester based credit system since 2011-2012
06. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other
department: Nil
07. Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign
institutions, etc. : Nil
08. Details of courses/ programmes discontinued(if any) with reasons: Nil
09. Number of Teaching posts: 03
Sanctioned
Filled
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
03
03
Professors
Associate Professors
Asst. Professors
10. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization,
(D.Sc. /D.Litt. /Ph.D. /M.Phil.etc.)
Name
Qualifica
tion
Design
ation
PROF. S. G.
CHEDE
PROF. M. L.
MULIK
PROF. R. V.
PATIL
M.A. BP. ASST.
ED
PROF
M. A.
ASST.
PROF
M.A.
ASST.
PROF
No. of
Specialization Years of
Exp.
No. of Ph.D.
students
guided for
the last 4
years
ECONOMICS
08
NIL
ECONOMICS
04
NIL
ECONOMICS
04
NIL
11. List of senior visiting faculty: Nil
Name
Qualifica
tion
Design
ation
Specializa
tion
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
131
No.
of No.
of
Ph.D.
Years of students guided for
Exp.
the last 4 years
Nil
Nil
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled
(programme wise) by temporary faculty: 100%
13. Student-Teacher Ratio (Dept. wise) : Dept. of ECONOMICS:- 200:1
14. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff;
sanctioned and filled: Nil
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with D. Sc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ M.Phil /PG.:
No
1
2
3
Name
Qualification
PROF. S. G. CHEDE
PROF. M. L. MULIK
PROF. R. V. PATIL
M.A. BP. ED
M. A.
M.A.
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from
a. National: NIL
b. International funding agencies and grants received: NIL
17. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and
total grants received: NIL
18. Research Centre/ facility recognized by the University: NIL
19. Publications:
a) Publication per faculty: NIL
b) Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
international) by faculty and students: NIL
c) Number of publications listed in International Database (For E.g. Web of
science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database –
International /social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.) : NIL
d) Monographs: NIL
e) Chapter in Books: NIL
f) Books Edited: NIL
g) Books with ISBN/ ISSN numbers with details of publishers : NIL
h) Citation Index: NIL
i) SNIP: NIL
j) SJR: NIL
k) Impact factor: NIL
l) h-index: NIL
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated: NIL
21. Faculty as members in
d) National Committees : NIL
e) International Committees: NIL
132
f) Editorial Boards: NIL
22. Students projects:
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter
departmental / programme: NIL
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the
institution i.e. in Research laboratories/ Industry/ other agencies: NIL
23. Award/ Recognitions received by faculty and students: NIL
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department:
SR.NO. NAME OF ACADEMICIANS
1.
PROF. VIJAY SHENDRE
DATE
JUNE 2013
25. Seminars/ Conferences/ Workshops organized & the source of funding
08 National: NIL
09 International: NIL
26. Student profile programme/ course wise;
Year 2013-2014
Name
of
the
Applications
Course/programme
received
(refer question no. 4)
F.Y.
S.Y.
T.Y.
250
230
120
*M=Male *F=Female
Enrolled
Selected
*M
223
214
109
123
100
50
*F
100
114
59
Pass
Percent
age
91%
93%
95%
Year 2014-2015
Name
of
the
Applications
Course/programme
received
(refer question no. 4)
F.Y.
S.Y.
T.Y.
280
134
92
*M=Male *F=Female
Enrolled
Selected
*M
280
134
92
133
194
73
50
*F
86
61
42
Pass
Percent
age
27. Diversity of students
Name
Course
B.A.
of
the
% of students
%
of
% of students
from the same
students
from other states
state
from abroad
100%
NIL
NIL
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive
examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services,
etc.: Nil
29. Student progression
Student progression
UG to PG
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D.
Employed
 Campus selection
 Other than campus recruitment
Entrepreneurship/ Self-employment
Against % enrolled
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library: Yes central library
d) Internet facilities for Staff & Students: YES
Yes Internet facility is available for both staff & students.
e) Class rooms with ICT facility:
Yes computer facilities are available
d) Laboratories: NA
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,
government or other agencies:
Category
OBC
SC
ST
NT
SBC
TOTAL
F.Y. .
240
10
10
04
09
273
S.Y.
94
13
07
10
03
127
134
T.Y.
76
05
05
01
00
87
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures/ workshops/
seminar) with external experts: special lectures by experts arrange by college
every year.
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning: Lectures cum
demonstration methods, Demonstration by using LCD projectors & charts.
Home assignments, projects & Class tests also help to improve learning of
students.
As per requirement we use LCD Projector time occasionally.
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension
activities: NIL
35. SWOC analysis of the department
Strength:



Experienced Teaching Staff
Dedicated faculty
Highest strength of students
Weakness:




Rural students
Network problem for connectivity
Load shading due to rural area
Financially weak background of students
Opportunities:

Scope for M.P.S.C. & U.P.S.C level competition exams.
Challenges:


To create research awareness in Students.
Development of consultancy services in collaboration with industry
linkages.
135
EVALUATIVE REPORTS OF THE DEPARTMENT
GEOGRAPHY
The self-evaluation of every department may be provided separately in about
3-4 pages, avoiding the repetition of the data.
01 Name of the Dept.
: GEOGRAPHY
02 Year of Establishment
: 2004-2005
03 Names of Programmes, Courses offered (UG, PG, M. Phil., Ph.D.,
Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.):UG (Bachelor of Arts )
04 Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the department / units involved:
Nil
05 Annual/semester/choice based credit system (programme wise):F.Y, S.Y
& T.Y. Semester based credit system since 2011-2012.
06 Participation of the department in the courses offered by other department:
Nil
07 Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign
institutions, etc. : Nil
08 Details of courses/ programmes discontinued(if any) with reasons: Nil
09 Number of Teaching posts:02
Sanctioned
Filled
Professors
NIL
NIL
Associate Professors
NIL
NIL
02
02
Asst. Professors
10 Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization,
(D.Sc. /D.Litt. /Ph.D. /M.Phil.etc.)
Name
Dr.Padal
kar N. S.
Prof.
Sabale
K.D.
Qualificatio
n
Designati
on
M.A. Ph.D
Asst.Prof
M.A.
Asst.Prof
Geography,
Msc.
Geoinforma
tics,
NET,SET,C
SIR NET
No. of
Ph.D.
No. of
students
Years
Specialization
guided
of
for the
Exp.
last
4
years
Geomorphology
02
Nil
Geomorphology
136
03
Nil
11 List of senior visiting faculty: NIL
No. of Ph.D.
No. of
students
Years
Name
Qualification Designation Specialization
guided for
of
the last 4
Exp.
years
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
12 Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled (programme
wise) by temporary faculty: Nil
13 Student-Teacher Ratio (Dept. wise) : Dept. of Geography:- 200:1
14 Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff;
sanctioned and filled: Nil
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with D. Sc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ M.Phil /PG.:
SR. NO Name
1
Dr.Padalkar N. S.
2
Asst. Prof Sabale K.D.
Qualification
M.A. Ph.D
M.A. Geography Msc. Geoinformatics,
NET,SET,CSIR NET
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from
a. National: NIL
b. International funding agencies and grants received: NIL
17. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and
total grants received: NIL
18. Research Centre/ facility recognized by the University: NIL
19. Publications:
Sr.No Name
1
Dr.
Padalkar
N. S.
International
1) “Linear Aspect of the basin
morphometry of Venna river basin :A
GIS Approach” Maharashtra
Geographer, International Peer –
Reviewed Journal , ISSUE-II,VOL.1.
Year
2) “Morphometry Analysis of Venna
river basin (Satara): application of
GIS techniques” International
Recognition research Journal
2013.
2013.
Review of Research.
2
Asst. Prof
Sabale
K.D.
Change detection and Urban Sprawl using
GIS and Remote Sensing techniques: A case
study of Junnar City
137
2012
20 Publication per faculty:
Sr.No
1
2
Name of Prof.
Dr. Padalkar N. S
Asst. Prof Sabale K.D.
Publication
2
1
a) Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
international) by faculty and students:
b) Number of publications listed in International Database (For E.g. Web of
science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database –
International /social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.) : NIL
c) Monographs: NIL
d) Chapter in Books: NIL
e) Books Edited: NIL
f) Books with ISBN/ ISSN numbers with details of publishers : NIL
g) Citation Index: NIL
h) SNIP: NIL
i) SJR: NIL
j) Impact factor: NIL
k) h-index: NIL
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated: NIL
21. Faculty as members in
a) National Committees : NIL
b) International Committees: NIL
c) Editorial Boards: NIL
22. Students projects:
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter
departmental / programme: NIL
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the
institution i.e. in Research laboratories/ Industry/ other agencies: NIL
23. Award/ Recognitions received by faculty and students: NIL
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department:
SR.NO. NAME OF ACADEMICIANS
1.
Prof. B. S. Bidve
DATE
July 2013
25. Seminars/ Conferences/ Workshops organized & the source of funding
a) National: NIL
b) International: NIL
138
26. Student profile programme/ course wise;
Year 2013-2014
Name
of
the
Applications
Course/programme
received
(refer question no. 4)
F.Y.
S.Y.
T.Y.
F.Y.
S.Y.
T.Y.
217
120
63
*M=Male *F=Female
27. Diversity of students
B.A
Selected
*M
269
269
175
175
59
59
*M=Male *F=Female
Year 2014-2015
Name
of
the
Applications
Course/programme
received
(refer question no. 4)
Name
Course
Enrolled
of
the
190
101
36
*F
79
74
23
Enrolled
Selected
*M
217
120
63
158
81
44
*F
Pass
Percent
age
91%
92%
95%
Pass
Percent
age
59
39
21
% of students
%
of
% of students
from the same
students
from other states
state
from abroad
100%
NIL
NIL
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive
examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services,
etc.: Nil
29. Student progression
Student progression
UG to PG
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D.
Employed
 Campus selection
 Other than campus recruitment
Entrepreneurship/ Self-employment
139
Against % enrolled
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library: Central library available.
b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students: Internet facility is available for
both staff and students.
c) Class rooms with ICT facility:
Yes computer facilities are available
d) Laboratories: YES
Geography lab is available for students.
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,
government or other agencies:
Category
OBC
SC
ST
NT
OPEN
SBC
TOTAL
F.Y.
172
18
11
06
09
01
217
S.Y.
114
14
04
05
05
02
120
T.Y.
50
02
07
00
02
02
63
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures/ workshops/
seminar) with external experts: special lectures by experts arrange by college
every year.
a) Special Lectures: Arrange by Expert.
b) Workshop: Nil.
c) National Conference: Nil
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning: Lectures cum
demonstration methods, Demonstration by using LCD projectors and charts.
Home assignments, projects and Class tests also help to improve learning of
students.
As per requirement we use LCD Projector occasionally.
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension
activities: competition through Geography department (essay & elocution)
35. SWOC analysis of the department
140
Strength:





Experienced Teaching Staff
Dedicated faculty
Enrollment of student for B.A and M.A
Educational facility from UG to PG.
Geography lab.
Weakness:




Rural students
Network problem for connectivity
Load shading due to rural area
Economical background of students
Opportunities:


Scope for M.P.S.C. and U.P.S.C level competition exam through
Geography Department.
Scope for getting knowledge about GIS and Remote Sensing.
Challenges:





To setup will equipped Geography Lab.
To create research awareness in Students.
Development of consultancy services in collaboration with industry
linkages.
To start GIS & remote sensing related short term courses.
To create awareness about Remote sensing & GIS among students
141
EVALUATIVE REPORTS OF THE DEPARTMENT
SOCIOLOGY
The self-evaluation of every department may be provided separately in about 3-4
pages, avoiding the repetition of the data.
01. Name of the Dept.
: SOCIOLOGY
02. Year of Establishment
: 2004-2005
03. Names of Programmes, Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D.,
Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.):UG (Bachelor of Arts)
04. Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the department / units
involved: Nil
05. Annual/semester/choice based credit system (programme wise):F.Y,
S.Y & T.Y. semester based credit system since 2011-2012.
06. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other
department: Nil
07. Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign
institutions, etc. : Nil
08. Details of courses/ programmes discontinued(if any) with reasons: Nil
09. Number of Teaching posts: 02
Sanctioned
Filled
Nil
Nil
02
Nil
Nil
02
Professors
Associate Professors
Asst. Professors
10. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization,
(D.Sc. /D.Litt. /Ph.D. /M.Phil.etc.)
No. of
Years
of
Exp.
Qualific Designatio
Name
Specialization
ation
n
11. L
i
s
Prof.t B. G. M. A.
Asst.
Gender and 03
Pawar
Set
Professors Society
Prof.o S. B. M. A.
Asst.
New Special 03
Gaikwad
B. Ed
Professors Movement
f
11. List of senior visiting faculty: Nil
Name
Qualific
ation
Designati
on
Specializa
tion
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
142
No.
of
Ph.D.
students
guided for
the last 4
years
Nil
Nil
No. of Ph.D.
No.
of
students guided
Years of
for the last 4
Exp.
years
Nil
Nil
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled
(programme wise) by temporary faculty: 100%
13. Student-Teacher Ratio (Dept. wise) : Dept. of Sociology:- 160:1
14. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff;
sanctioned and filled: Nil
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with D. Sc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ M.Phil /PG.:
SR.
Name
NO
1
Prof. B. G. Pawar
2
Prof. S. B. Gaikwad
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from
Qualification
M. A. SET
M. A. B. Ed
a. National: NIL
b. International funding agencies and grants received: NIL
17. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and
total grants received: NIL
18. Research Centre/ facility recognized by the University: NIL
19. Publications: Nil
a) Publication per faculty: NIL
b) Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
international) by faculty and students: NIL
c) Number of publications listed in International Database (For E.g. Web of
science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database –
International /social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.) : NIL
d) Monographs: NIL
e) Chapter in Books: NIL
f) Books Edited: NIL
g) Books with ISBN/ ISSN numbers with details of publishers : NIL
h) Citation Index: NIL
i) SNIP: NIL
j) SJR: NIL
k) Impact factor: NIL
l) h-index: NIL
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated: NIL
21. Faculty as members in
a) National Committees : NIL
d) International Committees: NIL
e) Editorial Boards: NIL
22. Students projects:
143
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter
departmental / programme: NIL
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the
institution i.e. in Research laboratories/ Industry/ other agencies: NIL
23. Award/ Recognitions received by faculty and students: NIL
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department:
SR.NO. NAME OF ACADEMICIANS
DATE
1.
Dr. Neeta Sane
Aug 2013
2.
Prof. Surendra Thakur
Oct 2014
25. Seminars/ Conferences/ Workshops organized & the source of funding
a) National: Nil
b) International: NIL
26. Student profile programme/ course wise;
Year 2013-2014
Name
of
the
Applications
Course/programme
received
(refer question no. 4)
F.Y.
S.Y.
T.Y.
Enrolled
Selected
*M
110
110
129
129
63
63
*M=Male *F=Female
Year 2014-2015
Name
of
the
Applications
Course/programme
received
(refer question no. 4)
F.Y.
S.Y.
T.Y.
228
63
61
*M=Male *F=Female
27. Diversity of students
78
63
43
*F
32
66
20
Enrolled
Selected
*M
228
63
61
161
35
34
*F
Pass
Percent
age
95%
89%
91%
Pass
Percent
age
67
28
27
%
of
Name of the % of students from % of students
students
Course
the same state
from other states
from abroad
B.A.
100%
NIL
144
NIL
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive
examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services,
etc.: Nil
29. Student progression
Student progression
UG to PG
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D.
Employed
 Campus selection
 Other than campus recruitment
Entrepreneurship/ Self-employment
Against % enrolled
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library: Yes central library
b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students:
Yes Internet facility is available for both staff & students.
c) Class rooms with ICT facility:
Yes computer facilities are available
d) Laboratories: NA
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,
government or other agencies:
Category
OBC
SC
ST
NT
SBC
TOTAL
F.Y. .
164
26
18
07
02
204
S.Y.
46
06
02
04
01
59
T.Y.
46
07
02
01
02
58
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures/ workshops/
seminar) with external experts: special lectures by experts arrange by college
every year.
a) Special Teachers: Department arranged Special lectures for T.Y.B.A. have
been organized by the Department.
b) Workshop: Nil.
145
c) National Conference: Nil.
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning: Lectures cum
demonstration methods, Demonstration by using LCD projectors & charts.
Home assignments, projects & Class tests also help to improve learning of
students.
As per requirement we use LCD Projector time occasionally.
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension
activities: Yes.
35. SWOC analysis of the department
Strength:



Students enrolment
Dedicated faculty
Learning environment
Weakness:
 Rural students
 Network problem for connectivity
 Load shading due to rural area
 Financial weak background of students
Opportunities:



Scope for professional & skill development courses
Employment opportunities due to neighborhood of industrial zones
Career scope for Sociology related courses i.e. MSW, Population
Studies etc.
Challenges:


To create research awareness among staff & students
Development of consultancy services in collaboration with industry
linkages
146
EVALUATIVE REPORTS OF THE DEPARTMENT
PHILOSOPHY
The self-evaluation of every department may be provided separately in about 3-4
pages, avoiding the repetition of the data.
01. Name of the Dept.
: Philosophy
02. Year of Establishment
: 2004-2005
03. Names of Programmes, Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D.,
Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.):UG (Bachelor of Arts.)
04. Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the department / units involved:
Nil
05. Annual/semester/choice based credit system (programme wise):F.Y, S.Y
& T.Y. semester based credit system since 2011-2012
06. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other department:
Nil
07. Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign
institutions, etc. : Nil
08. Details of courses/ programmes discontinued(if any) with reasons: Nil
09. Number of Teaching posts:02
Sanctioned
Filled
Nil
Nil
02
Nil
Nil
02
Professors
Associate Professors
Asst. Professors
10. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization,
(D.Sc. /D.Litt. /Ph.D. /M.Phil.etc.)
Qualifi
cation
Name
Designatio
n
Prof. D. D.
Shrimangale
Prof. B. K.
Walimbe
M.A.
Asst. Prof
B.Ed
M.A.
Asst. Prof
B.Ed,
M. Ed
11. List of senior visiting faculty:Nil
Specializati
on
Indian
Philosophy
Indian
Philosophy
Qualificat Designat Speciali
Name
ion
ion
zation
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
147
No. of Ph.D.
No. of
students
Years
guided for
of
the last 4
Exp.
years
06
Nil
02
Nil
No. of No. of Ph.D. students
Years of guided for the last 4
Exp.
years
Nil
Nil
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled (programme
wise) by temporary faculty: 100%
13. Student-Teacher Ratio (Dept. wise) : Dept. of Philosophy:- 193:1
14. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff;
sanctioned and filled: Nil
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with D. Sc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ M.Phil /PG.:
SR.
NO
1
2
Name
Qualification
Prof. D. D. Shrimangale
Prof. B. K. Walimbe
M.A. B.Ed
M.A. B.Ed, M. Ed
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from
a. National: NIL
b. International funding agencies and grants received: NIL
17. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and
total grants received: NIL
18. Research Centre/ facility recognized by the University: NIL
19. Publications: Nil
a) Publication per faculty: NIL
b) Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
international) by faculty and students: NIL
c) Number of publications listed in International Database (For E.g. Web of
science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database –
International /social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.) : NIL
d) Monographs: NIL
e) Chapter in Books: NIL
f) Books Edited: NIL
g) Books with ISBN/ ISSN numbers with details of publishers : NIL
h) Citation Index: NIL
i) SNIP: NIL
j) SJR: NIL
k) Impact factor: NIL
l) h-index: NIL
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated: NIL
21. Faculty as members in
148
a) National Committees : NIL
d) International Committees: NIL
e) Editorial Boards: NIL
22. Students projects:
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter
departmental / programme: NIL
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the
institution i.e. in Research laboratories/ Industry/ other agencies: NIL
23. Award/ Recognitions received by faculty and students: NIL
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department:
SR.NO. NAME OF ACADEMICIANS
DATE
1.
Dr. Sahebrao Nigal
Feb 2014
2.
Prof N. S. Gadade
Feb 2014
3.
Prof. Sunil Gavare
Feb 2014
4.
Prof. Dr. Nagorao Kumbhar
Feb 2014
5.
Prof. Dr. G. R. Dabhole
Feb 2014
6.
Prof, Dr. S. Gaydhane
Feb 2014
7.
Prof. Ganesh Belambe
Feb 2014
8.
Prof . Bhagwan Jadhav
Jan 2015
25. Seminars/ Conferences/ Workshops organized & the source of funding
1. National: Nil
2. International: NIL
3. State Level: Three days state level conference on
a) Life sketch of Sant‟s of Thane District.
b) Metaphysics.
26. Student profile programme/ course wise;
Year 2013-2014
Name
of
the
Applications
Course/programme
received
(refer question no. 4)
F.Y.
S.Y.
T.Y.
187
149
23
*M=Male *F=Female
Enrolled
Selected
*M
187
149
23
149
134
78
12
*F
53
72
11
Pass
Percent
age
90%
91%
80%
Year 2014-2015
Name
of
the
Application
Course/programme
Selected
s received
(refer question no. 4)
F.Y.
S.Y.
T.Y.
271
102
13
*M=Male *F=Female
27. Diversity of students
Name
Course
B.A.
of
the
271
102
13
Enrolled
*M
*F
186
55
05
Pass
Percent
age
85
47
08
% of students
%
of
% of students
from the same
students
from other states
state
from abroad
100%
Nil
Nil
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive
examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services,
etc.: Nil
29. Student progression
Student progression
UG to PG
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D.
Employed
 Campus selection
 Other than campus recruitment
Entrepreneurship/ Self-employment
Against % enrolled
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library: Yes central library
b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students:
Yes Internet facility is available for both staff & students.
c) Class rooms with ICT facility:
Yes computer facilities are available
d) Laboratories: NA
150
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,
government or other agencies:
Category
OBC
SC
ST
NT
SBC
TOTAL
F.Y. .
212
20
14
08
04
258
S.Y.
81
09
04
01
03
98
T.Y.
12
00
00
01
00
13
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures/ workshops/
seminar) with external experts: special lectures by experts arrange by college
every year.
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning: Lectures cum
demonstration methods, Demonstration by using LCD projectors & charts.
Home assignments, projects & Class tests also help to improve learning of
students.
As per requirement we use LCD Projector time occasionally.
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension
activities: NIL
35. SWOC analysis of the department
Strength:



Students enrolment
Dedicated faculty
Learning environment
Weakness:
 Rural students
 Network problem for connectivity
 Load shading due to rural area
 Financially weak background of students
Opportunities:



Scope for professional & skill development courses
Employment opportunities due to neighborhood of industrial zones
Career scope for Philosophy related courses.
151
Challenges:


To create research awareness among staff & students
To create awareness about contribution of Thinkers & Philosopher.
152
EVALUATIVE REPORTS OF THE DEPARTMENT
MASS MEDIA
The self-evaluation of every department may be provided separately in about 3-4
pages, avoiding the repetition of the data.
01 Name of the Dept.
: Mass Media
02 Year of Establishment
: 2010-2011
03 Names of Programmes, Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D.,
Integrated Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.): UG (Bachelor of Mass Media
(Marathi Medium)
04 Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the department / units involved:
Nil
05 Annual/semester/choice based credit system (programme wise):F.Y, S.Y
& T.Y. semester based credit system since 2011-2012.
06 Participation of the department in the courses offered by other department:
Nil
07 Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign
institutions, etc. : Nil
08 Details of courses/ programmes discontinued(if any) with reasons: Nil
09 Number of Teaching posts: 03
Sanctioned
Filled
Professors
Nil
Nil
Associate Professors
Asst. Professors
Nil
03
Nil
03
10 Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization,
(D.Sc. /D.Litt. /Ph.D. /M.Phil.etc.)
Name
Qualificatio Designati
n
on
Prof
M. A. MCJ
Dr. R.
Ph.D
R. Taur
Asst.
Prof
Specialization
Public
relations and
advertising
153
No.
of
Ph.D.
No. of
students
Years of
guided for
Exp.
the last 4
years
03
Nil
11 List of senior visiting faculty:03
Name
Qualific
Designation
ation
Specialization
Prof. Ashish MCJ
Katkar
Asst. Prof
Electronic
Media
Prof. Sharda M.C.J.
Desai
Asst. Prof
Journilism
No.
of
Ph.D.
No. of students
Years
guided
of Exp. for
the
last
4
years
03
Nil
02
Nil
10 Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled (programme
wise) by temporary faculty: 100%
11 Student-Teacher Ratio (Dept. wise) : Dept. of Mass Media:- 15:1
12 Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff;
sanctioned and filled: Nil
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with D. Sc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ M.Phil /PG.:
SR.
NO
1
2
Name
Qualification
Prof Dr. R. R. Taur
Prof. Ashish Katkar
M. A. MCJ Ph.D
MCJ
3
Prof. Sharda Desai
M.C. J.
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from
a. National: NIL
b. International funding agencies and grants received: NIL
17. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and
total grants received: NIL
18. Research Centre/ facility recognized by the University: NIL
19. Publications:
a)Publication per faculty: 03
154
b) Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
international) by faculty and students: 03
c) Number of publications listed in International Database (For E.g. Web of
science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database –
International /social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.) : NIL
d) Monographs: NIL
e) Chapter in Books: NIL
f) Books Edited: NIL
g) Books with ISBN/ ISSN numbers with details of publishers : NIL
h) Citation Index: NIL
i) SNIP: NIL
j) SJR: NIL
k) Impact factor: NIL
l) h-index: NIL
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated: NIL
21. Faculty as members in
d) National Committees : NIL
e) International Committees: NIL
f) Editorial Boards: NIL
22. Students projects:
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter
departmental / programme: NIL
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the
institution i.e. in Research laboratories/ Industry/ other agencies: NIL
23. Award/ Recognitions received by faculty and students: NIL
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department:
SR.NO. NAME OF ACADEMICIANS
1.
Prof. Pramod Gaikwad
DATE
Aug 2013
25. Seminars/ Conferences/ Workshops organized & the source of funding
f) National
: NIL
g) International : NIL
26. Student profile programme / course wise;
155
Year 2013-2014
Name
of
the
Applications
Course/programme
received
(refer question no. 4)
F.Y.
S.Y.
T.Y.
Selected
*M
31
31
03
03
01
01
*M=Male *F=Female
Year 2014-2015
Name
of
the
Applications
Course/programme
received
(refer question no. 4)
F.Y.
S.Y.
T.Y.
Enrolled
27
14
03
*M=Male *F=Female
*F
13
02
--
18
01
01
Enrolled
Selected
*M
27
14
03
*F
14
03
02
Pass
Percent
age
85%
100%
100%
Pass
Percent
age
13
11
01
27. Diversity of students
Name
Course
BMM
of
the
% of students
%
of
% of students
from the same
students
from other states
state
from abroad
100%
NIL
NIL
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive
examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services,
etc.: Nil
29. Student progression
Student progression
UG to PG
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D.
Employed
 Campus selection
 Other than campus recruitment
Entrepreneurship/ Self-employment
156
Against % enrolled
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library: Yes central library
b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students:
Yes Internet facility is available for both staff & students.
c) Class rooms with ICT facility:
Yes computer facilities are available
d) Laboratories: NA
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,
government or other agencies:
Category
OBC
SC
ST
NT
SBC
TOTAL
F.Y.
19
01
02
01
02
25
S.Y.
09
01
01
00
00
11
T.Y.
02
00
01
00
00
03
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures/ workshops/
seminar) with external experts: special lectures by experts arrange by college
every year.
a) Special Teachers: Department arranged Special lectures for S.Y.B.M.M
T.Y.B.M.M. have been organized by the Department.
b) Workshop: Nil.
c) National Conference: NIL
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning: Lectures cum
demonstration methods, Demonstration by using Home assignments, projects
and Class tests also help to improve learning of students.
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension
activities: NIL
35. SWOC analysis of the department
Strength:


Active participation of students in class & practical
Publishing non periodical journal “Jeevandarpan” with the help of
professors and students.
157


Provide media education for rural students.
Department has Jeevandeep campus film club for the betterment of
special BMM students.
Weakness:





Lacking in equipments of media (such as SD camera, recorder, video
editing software etc).
Rural students
Network problem for connectivity
Load shading due to rural area
Economical background of students
Opportunities:

Scope in Radio, Television, news paper, film production, public
relations, advertising & corporate communications.
 Scope for professional & skill development courses
 Employment opportunities due to neighborhood of industrial zones
 Carrier scope for mass media related courses i.e. journalism &
advertising
Challenges:




To create research awareness among staff & students
Development of consultancy services in collaboration with Media
industries linkages
To develop Media Lab & Studio
To procure all equipments related to media studies.
158
EVALUATIVE REPORTS OF THE DEPARTMENT
COMMERCE
The self-evaluation of every department may be provided separately in about 3-4
pages, avoiding the repetition of the data.
01. Name of the Dept.
: COMMERCE
02. Year of Establishment
: 2004-2005
03. Names of Programmes, Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D.,
Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.): UG (Bachelor of
Commerce) P. G: Master of Commerce.
04. Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the department / units involved:
Nil
05. Annual/semester/choice based credit system (programme wise):F.Y, S.Y
& T.Y. semester based credit system since 2011-2012
06. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other department:
Nil
07. Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign
institutions, etc. : Nil
08. Details of courses/ programmes discontinued(if any) with reasons: Nil
09. Number of Teaching posts: 03
Sanctioned
Filled
Professors
Nil
Nil
Associate Professors
Asst. Professors
Nil
03
Nil
03
10. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization,
(D.Sc. /D.Litt. /Ph.D. /M.Phil.etc.)
Name
Prof. D. G.
Chavan
Prof. G. p.
Geedh
Prof. S. Lone
Prof. S. P.
Kamble
Qualific
ation
Designati
on
M.Com
Asst.
Prof
M.Com Asst.
Prof
M. Com Asst.
Prof
M. Com, Asst.
MBA
Prof
Specializati
on
Accounting
& Finance
Accounting
& Finance
Accounting
& Finance
Finance
159
No. of Ph.D.
No. of
students
Years
guided for
of
the last 4
Exp.
years
05
Nil
03
Nil
02
Nil
03
Nil
11. List of senior visiting faculty:03
Qualific
ation
Name
Prof. S.
Sagbhor
Designati
on
Specialization
G. M. Com, Asst. Prof
B.ed
Accountancy
& Finance
Prof. Poonam M. Com Asst. Prof
Kadam
Prof. Bhushan M. Com, Asst. Prof
Tare
SET,
NET
Accountancy
& Finance
Accountancy
& Finance
No.
of
Ph.D.
No. of students
Years
guided
of Exp. for
the
last
4
years
04
Nil
02
Nil
05
Nil
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled (programme
wise) by temporary faculty: 100%
13. Student-Teacher Ratio (Dept. wise) : Dept. of Commerce:- 121:1
14. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff;
sanctioned and filled: Nil
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with D. Sc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ M.Phil /PG.:
SR.
NO
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Name
Qualification
Prof. D. G. Chavan
Prof. G. p. Geedh
Prof. S. Lone
Prof. S. P. Kamble
Prof. S. G. Sagbhor
Prof. Poonam Kadam
Prof. Bhushan Tare
M.Com
M.Com
M. Com
M. Com, MBA
M. Com, B.ed
M. Com
M. Com, SET, NET
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from
a. National: NIL
b. International funding agencies and grants received: NIL
17. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and
total grants received: NIL
18. Research Centre/ facility recognized by the University: NIL
160
19. Publications:
a) Publication per faculty: NIL
b) Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
international) by faculty and students: NIL
c) Number of publications listed in International Database (For E.g. Web of
science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database –
International /social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.) : NIL
d) Monographs: NIL
e) Chapter in Books: NIL
f) Books Edited: NIL
g) Books with ISBN/ ISSN numbers with details of publishers : NIL
h) Citation Index: NIL
i) SNIP: NIL
j) SJR: NIL
k) Impact factor: NIL
l) h-index: NIL
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated: NIL
21. Faculty as members in
d) National Committees : NIL
e) International Committees: NIL
f) Editorial Boards: NIL
22. Students projects:
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter
departmental / programme: NIL
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the
institution i.e. in Research laboratories/ Industry/ other agencies: NIL
23. Award/ Recognitions received by faculty and students: NIL
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department:
SR.NO. NAME OF ACADEMICIANS
1.
Prof. Phadake
2.
Mr. Kailash Jadhav
DATE
March 2013
Sept. 2013
25. Seminars/ Conferences/ Workshops organized & the source of funding
g) National: Nil.
h) International: NIL
26. Student profile programme/ course wise;
161
Year 2013-2014
Name
of
the
Applications
Course/programme
received
(refer question no. 4)
F.Y.
S.Y.
T.Y.
Enrolled
Selected
*M
120
120
120
120
90
90
*M=Male *F=Female
Year 2014-2015
Name
of
the
Applications
Course/programme
received
(refer question no. 4)
F.Y.
S.Y.
T.Y.
132
114
118
*M=Male *F=Female
66
73
60
*F
54
47
33
Enrolled
Selected
*M
132
114
118
76
58
65
*F
Pass
Percent
age
94%
91%
89%
Pass
Percent
age
56
56
53
27. Diversity of students
Name
Course
of
the
% of students
%
of
% of students
from the same
students
from other states
state
from abroad
B. Com
100%
Nil
Nil
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive
examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services,
etc.: Nil
29. Student progression
Student progression
UG to PG
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D.
Employed
 Campus selection
 Other than campus recruitment
Entrepreneurship/ Self-employment
162
Against % enrolled
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library: Yes central library
b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students:
Yes Internet facility is available for both staff & students.
c) Class rooms with ICT facility:
Yes computer facilities are available
d) Laboratories: NA
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,
government or other agencies:
Category
OBC
SC
ST
NT
SBC
TOTAL
F.Y. .
78
19
10
05
01
113
S.Y.
74
13
05
03
00
95
T.Y.
89
13
03
02
00
107
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures/ workshops/
seminar) with external experts: special lectures by experts are arranged by
college every year.
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning: Lectures cum
demonstration methods, Demonstration by using LCD projectors & charts.
Home assignments, projects & Class tests also help to improve learning of
students.
As per requirement we use LCD Projector time occasionally.
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension
activities: YES
35. SWOC analysis of the department
Strength:


Qualified Teaching Staff
Student input
Weakness:

Weak in research activity
163


Non availability of research journal
Lack of separate IT laboratories
Opportunities:


College is situated near the cosmopolitan city like Mumbai, Navi
Mumbai so scope for students future.
Easy to access practical knowledge due to MIDC areas.
Challenges:



Trying to organize workshops & seminars.
Awareness of streams in students in rural areas.
To provide advance knowledge of subject & research facility.
Future Plans:


Planning to start MBA / MBA
Planning to create commerce lab
Planning to start research centre.
164
EVALUATIVE REPORTS OF THE DEPARTMENT
MANAGEMENT STUDIES
The self-evaluation of every department may be provided separately in about 3-4
pages, avoiding the repetition of the data.
01. Name of the Dept.
: BMS
02. Year of Establishment
: 2010-2011
03. Names of Programmes, Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D.,
Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.):UG (Bachelor of BMS)
04. Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the department / units involved:
Nil
05. Annual/semester/choice based credit system (programme wise):F.Y, S.Y
& T.Y. semester based credit system since 2011-2012
06. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other department:
Nil
07. Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign
institutions, etc. : Nil
08. Details of courses/ programmes discontinued(if any) with reasons: Nil
09. Number of Teaching posts: 04
Sanctioned
Filled
Professors
Nil
Nil
Associate Professors
Nil
Nil
Asst. Professors
04
04
10. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization,
(D.Sc. /D.Litt. /Ph.D. /M.Phil.etc.)
Name
Qualificati
on
Design
ation
Prof. U. B.
Gaikar
M.B.A.
M.Sc
Asst.
Prof
Prof. S. P.
Kamble
Prof. R. N.
Sonawane
Prof. V. P.
Shedge
M.B.A.
Asst.
Prof
M. Com B. Asst.
Ed
Prof
M.B.A
Asst.
Prof
165
No. of Ph.D.
No. of
students
Specializati Years
guided for
on
of
the last 4
Exp.
years
Finance & 05
Nil
Mathamati
cs
Finance
04
Nil
Finance & 02
accounting
Marketing 02
Nil
Nil
11. List of senior visiting faculty:
Name
Qualificatio
Designation
n
Nil
Nil
Specialization
Nil
Nil
No.
of
Ph.D.
No. of students
Years
guided
of Exp. for
the
last
4
years
Nil
Nil
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled (programme
wise) by temporary faculty: 100%
13. Student-Teacher Ratio (Dept. wise) : Dept. of BMS:- 15:1
14. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff;
sanctioned and filled: Nil
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with D. Sc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ M.Phil /PG.:
SR.
NO
1
2
3
4
Name
Qualification
Prof. U. B. Gaikar
Prof. S. P. Kamble
Prof. R. N. Sonawane
Prof. V. P. Shedge
M.B.A. M.Sc
M.B.A.
M. Com B. Ed
M.B.A
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from
a. National: NIL
b. International funding agencies and grants received: NIL
17. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and
total grants received: NIL
18. Research Centre/ facility recognized by the University: NIL
19. Publications:
a) Publication per faculty: NIL
b) Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
international) by faculty and students: NIL
c) Number of publications listed in International Database (For E.g. Web of
science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database –
International /social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.) : NIL
166
d) Monographs: NIL
e) Chapter in Books: NIL
f) Books Edited: NIL
g) Books with ISBN/ ISSN numbers with details of publishers : NIL
h) Citation Index: NIL
i) SNIP: NIL
j) SJR: NIL
k) Impact factor: NIL
l) h-index: NIL
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated: NIL
21. Faculty as members in
d) National Committees : NIL
e) International Committees: NIL
f) Editorial Boards: NIL
22. Students projects:
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter
departmental / programme: NIL
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the
institution i.e. in Research laboratories/ Industry/ other agencies: NIL
23. Award/ Recognitions received by faculty and students: NIL
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department: Nil
SR.NO. NAME OF ACADEMICIANS
DATE
Nil
Nil
Nil
25. Seminars/ Conferences/ Workshops organized & the source of funding
a) National
: NIL
b) International : NIL
26. Student profile programme/ course wise;
Year 2013-2014
Name
of
the
Applications
Course/programme
received
(refer question no. 4)
F.Y.
S.Y.
T.Y.
24
11
24
*M=Male *F=Female
Enrolled
Selected
*M
24
11
24
167
21
08
15
*F
09
03
09
Pass
Percent
age
92%
89%
90%
Year 2014-2015
Name
of
the
Applications
Course/programme
received
(refer question no. 4)
F.Y.
S.Y.
T.Y.
36
14
09
*M=Male *F=Female
27. Diversity of students
Name
Course
of
the
Enrolled
Selected
*M
36
14
09
20
09
06
*F
Pass
Percent
age
16
05
03
% of students
%
of
% of students
from the same
students
from other states
state
from abroad
BMS
100%
Nil
Nil
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive
examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services,
etc.: Nil
29. Student progression
Student progression
UG to PG
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D.
Employed
 Campus selection
 Other than campus recruitment
Entrepreneurship/ Self-employment
Against % enrolled
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
c) Library: Yes central library
d) Internet facilities for Staff & Students:
Yes Internet facility is available for both staff & students.
e) Class rooms with ICT facility:
Yes computer facilities are available
d) Laboratories: Nil
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,
government or other agencies:
168
Category
F.Y. .
S.Y.
T.Y.
OBC
17
08
07
SC
11
05
00
ST
01
00
00
NT
02
01
01
SBC
00
00
01
TOTAL
31
14
09
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures/ workshops/
seminar) with external experts: special lectures by experts arrange by college
every year.
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning: Lectures cum
demonstration methods, Demonstration by using LCD projectors & charts.
Home assignments, projects & Class tests also help to improve learning of
students.
As per requirement we use LCD Projector time occasionally.
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension
activities: NIL
35. SWOC analysis of the department
Strength:



Students enrolment
Dedicated faculty
Learning environment
Weakness:




Rural students
Network problem for connectivity
Load shading due to rural area
Financial weak background of students
Opportunities:


Scope for professional & skill development courses
Employment opportunities due to neighborhood of industrial zones
Challenges:


To create research awareness among staff and students
Development of consultancy services in collaboration with industry
linkages.
169
EVALUATIVE REPORTS OF THE DEPARTMENT
PHYSICS
The self-evaluation of every department may be provided separately in about 3-4
pages, avoiding the repetition of the data.
1. Name of the Dept.
: B. Sc (Physics)
2. Year of Establishment
: 2004-2005
3. Names of Programmes, Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D.,
Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.):UG (Bachelor of Science.)
4. Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the department / units involved:
Nil
5. Annual/semester/choice based credit system (programme wise):F.Y, S.Y
semester based credit system since 2011-2012
6. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other department:
Nil
7. Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign
institutions, etc. : Nil
8. Details of courses/ programmes discontinued(if any) with reasons: Nil
9. Number of Teaching posts:02
Sanctioned
Filled
Professors
Associate Professors
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Asst. Professors
02
02
10. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization,
(D.Sc. /D.Litt. /Ph.D. /M.Phil.etc.)
Name
No.
of
Ph.D.
No. of
Qualific Designatio Specializati
students
Years
ation
n
on
guided for
of Exp.
the last 4
years
M. Sc B. Asst. Prof Physics
04
Nil
Ed
M. Sc
Asst. Prof Physics
04
Nil
Prof. P. B.
Kadam
Prof. J. B.
Rajane
11. List of senior visiting faculty: NIL
Name
Qualifica
tion
Designati
on
Specializ
ation
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
170
No.
Years
Exp.
Nil
of No.
of
Ph.D.
of students guided for
the last 4 years
Nil
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled (programme
wise) by temporary faculty: 100%
13. Student-Teacher Ratio (Dept. wise) : Dept. of General Science:- 58:1
14. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff;
sanctioned and filled: Nil
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with D. Sc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ M.Phil /PG.:
Sr.No
1
2
Name
Prof. P. B. Kadam
Prof. J. B. Rajane
Qualification
M. Sc B. Ed
M. Sc
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from
a. National: NIL
b. International funding agencies and grants received: NIL
17. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and
total grants received: NIL
18. Research Centre/ facility recognized by the University: NIL
19. Publications: Nil
a) Publication per faculty: NIL
b) Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
international) by faculty and students: NIL
c) Number of publications listed in International Database (For E.g. Web of
science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database –
International /social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.) : NIL
d) Monographs: NIL
e) Chapter in Books: NIL
f) Books Edited: NIL
g) Books with ISBN/ ISSN numbers with details of publishers : NIL
h) Citation Index: NIL
i) SNIP: NIL
j) SJR: NIL
k) Impact factor: NIL
l) h-index: NIL
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated: NIL
21. Faculty as members in
f) National Committees : NIL
g) International Committees: NIL
h) Editorial Boards: NIL
22. Students projects:
171
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter
departmental / programme: NIL
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the
institution i.e. in Research laboratories/ Industry/ other agencies: NIL
23. Award/ Recognitions received by faculty and students: NIL
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department:
SR.NO. NAME OF ACADEMICIANS
1.
Nil
DATE
Nil
25. Seminars/ Conferences/ Workshops organized & the source of funding
1. National: Nil
2. International: NIL
26. Student profile programme/ course wise;
Year 2013-2014
Name
of
the
Applications
Course/programme
received
(refer question no. 4)
F.Y.
S.Y.
Selected
*M
57
57
33
33
*M=Male *F=Female
Year 2014-2015
Name
of
the
Applications
Course/programme
received
(refer question no. 4)
F.Y.
S.Y.
Enrolled
87
29
*M=Male *F=Female
31
16
*F
26
17
Enrolled
Selected
*M
87
29
60
16
*F
Pass
Percent
age
84%
88%
Pass
Percent
age
27
13
27. Diversity of students
Name
Course
of
B. Sc ( General)
the
% of students
%
of
% of students
from the same
students
from other states
state
from abroad
100%
Nil
172
Nil
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive
examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services,
etc.: Nil
29. Student progression
Student progression
UG to PG
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D.
Employed
 Campus selection
 Other than campus recruitment
Entrepreneurship/ Self-employment
Against % enrolled
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library: Yes central library
b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students:
Yes Internet facility is available for both staff & students.
c) Class rooms with ICT facility:
Yes computer facilities are available
d) Laboratories: Physics Laboratories available
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,
government or other agencies:
Category
OBC
SC
ST
NT
SBC
TOTAL
F.Y. .
70
04
02
03
00
79
S.Y.
29
00
00
00
00
29
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures/ workshops/
seminar) with external experts: special lectures by experts arrange by college
every year.
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning: Lectures cum
demonstration methods, Demonstration by using LCD projectors & charts.
Home assignments, projects & Class tests also help to improve learning of
students.
173
* We conduct class test in every week for each unit as per syllabus and giving
feedback to the students for the further improment.
* We take seminar for particular topics to create awareness of the students.
* We give projects to the students related to the syllabus.
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension
activities: NIL
35. SWOC analysis of the department
Strength:




Students enrolment
Dedicated faculty
Learning environment
Educational facility
Weakness:




Rural students
Network problem for connectivity
Load shading due to rural area
Financial weak background of students
Opportunities:


Scope for professional & skill development courses
Employment opportunities due to neighborhood of industrial zones
Challenges:


To create research awareness among staff and students
Development of consultancy services in collaboration with industry
linkages.
174
EVALUATIVE REPORTS OF THE DEPARTMENT
MATHEMATICS
The self-evaluation of every department may be provided separately in about 3-4
pages, avoiding the repetition of the data.
15. Name of the Dept.
: B. Sc (Mathematics)
16. Year of Establishment
: 2004-2005
17. Names of Programmes, Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D.,
Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.):UG (Bachelor of Science.)
18. Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the department / units involved:
Nil
19. Annual/semester/choice based credit system (programme wise):F.Y, S.Y
& T.Y. semester based credit system since 2011-2012
20. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other department:
Nil
21. Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign
institutions, etc. : Nil
22. Details of courses/ programmes discontinued(if any) with reasons: Nil
23. Number of Teaching posts: 02
Sanctioned
Filled
Professors
Associate Professors
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Asst. Professors
02
02
24. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization,
(D.Sc. /D.Litt. /Ph.D. /M.Phil.etc.)
No.
of
Ph.D.
No. of
Qualific Designatio Specializati
students
Name
Years
ation
n
on
guided for
of Exp.
the last 4
years
Prof. R.R.
M. Tech Asst. Prof Mathemati 03
Nil
Ahire
cs
Prof.P. K.
M. Sc
Asst. Prof Mathemati Fresher
Nil
Dubey
cs
25. List of senior visiting faculty: NIL
No.
of No. of Ph.D. students
Qualifica Design Speciali
Name
Years of guided for the last 4
tion
ation
zation
Exp.
years
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
175
26. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled (programme
wise) by temporary faculty: 100%
27. Student-Teacher Ratio (Dept. wise) : Dept. of General Science:- 63:1
28. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff;
sanctioned and filled: Nil
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with D. Sc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ M.Phil /PG.:
Sr.No
1
2
Name
Prof. R.R. Ahire
Prof.P. K. Dubey
Qualification
M. Tech
M. Sc
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from
a) National: NIL
b) International funding agencies and grants received: NIL
17. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and
total grants received: NIL
18. Research Centre/ facility recognized by the University: NIL
19. Publications: Nil
a) Publication per faculty: NIL
b) Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
international) by faculty and students: NIL
c) Number of publications listed in International Database (For E.g. Web of
science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database –
International /social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.) : NIL
d) Monographs: NIL
e) Chapter in Books: NIL
f) Books Edited: NIL
g) Books with ISBN/ ISSN numbers with details of publishers : NIL
h) Citation Index: NIL
i) SNIP: NIL
j) SJR: NIL
k) Impact factor: NIL
l) h-index: NIL
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated: NIL
21. Faculty as members in
a) National Committees : NIL
b) International Committees: NIL
c) Editorial Boards: NIL
176
22. Students projects:
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter
departmental / programme: NIL
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the
institution i.e. in Research laboratories/ Industry/ other agencies: NIL
23. Award/ Recognitions received by faculty and students: NIL
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department:
SR.NO. NAME OF ACADEMICIANS
1.
Porf. G. V. Dhumal
2.
Prof. Prathamesh kudalkar
DATE
Oct 2014
Oct 2014
25. Seminars/ Conferences/ Workshops organized & the source of funding
a) National: Nil
b) International: NIL
26. Student profile programme/ course wise;
Year 2013-2014
Name
of
the
Applications
Course/programme
received
(refer question no. 4)
F.Y.
S.Y.
Selected
*M
57
57
33
33
*M=Male *F=Female
Year 2014-2015
Name
of
the
Applications
Course/programme
received
(refer question no. 4)
F.Y.
S.Y.
T.Y.
Enrolled
87
29
11
*M=Male *F=Female
26
17
Enrolled
Selected
*M
87
29
11
177
31
16
*F
60
16
06
*F
27
13
05
Pass
Percent
age
84%
88%
Pass
Percent
age
27. Diversity of students
Name
Course
of
B. Sc ( General)
the
% of students
%
of
% of students
from the same
students
from other states
state
from abroad
100%
Nil
Nil
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive
examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services,
etc.: Nil
29. Student progression
Student progression
UG to PG
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D.
Employed
 Campus selection
 Other than campus recruitment
Entrepreneurship/ Self-employment
Against % enrolled
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library: Yes central library
b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students:
Yes Internet facility is available for both staff & students.
c) Class rooms with ICT facility:
Yes computer facilities are available
d) Laboratories: NA
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,
government or other agencies:
Category
OBC
SC
ST
NT
SBC
TOTAL
F.Y. .
87
04
02
03
00
79
S.Y.
29
00
00
00
00
29
178
T.Y.
03
01
00
03
00
07
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures/ workshops/
seminar) with external experts: special lectures by experts arrange by college
every year.
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning: Lectures cum
demonstration methods, Demonstration by using LCD projectors & charts.
Home assignments, projects & Class tests also help to improve learning of
students.
* We conduct class test in every week for each unit as per syllabus and giving
feedback to the students for the further improment.
* We take seminar for particular topics to create awareness of the students.
* We give projects to the students related to the syllabus.
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension
activities: NIL
35. SWOC analysis of the department
Strength:





Sequences numbers, equations and formulas at grade level
Computation is typically accurate
Completes maths work logically and with minimal errors
Uses mathematical terms appropriately both orally and in written works
Understands mathematical concepts
Weakness:








Difficult for sequencing numbers, equation and formulas
Computation are frequently in actuate
Many careless errors
Frequently chooses the wrong options
Difficult to understand mathematical concept
Has a difficult using mathematical term accurately both orally and in
written works.
Does not know maths facts
Difficulty with mathematical word problems
Opportunities:



Scope for professional & skill development courses
Employment opportunities due to neighborhood of industrial zones
Beneficial for exams like IBPS, SBI, Railway etc.
179



To create research awareness a many students about mathematics
IT companies prefers B. Sc / M. Sc mathematics
Students has opportunity to work as financial advisor in multinational
Companies
Challenges:


To create research awareness among staff and students
To apply and understand the concepts
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EVALUATIVE REPORTS OF THE DEPARTMENT
CHEMISTRY
The self-evaluation of every department may be provided separately in about 3-4
pages, avoiding the repetition of the data.
01 Name of the Dept.
: B. Sc (Chemistry)
02 Year of Establishment
: 2004-2005
03 Names of Programmes, Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D.,
Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.):UG (Bachelor of Science.)
04 Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the department / units involved:
Nil
05 Annual/semester/choice based credit system (programme wise):F.Y, S.Y
& T.Y. semester based credit system since 2011-2012
06 Participation of the department in the courses offered by other department:
Nil
07 Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign
institutions, etc. : Nil
08 Details of courses/ programmes discontinued(if any) with reasons: Nil
09 Number of Teaching posts:03
Sanctioned
Filled
Professors
Nil
Nil
Associate Professors
Nil
Nil
Asst. Professors
03
03
10 Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization,
(D.Sc. /D.Litt. /Ph.D. /M.Phil.etc.)
Name
Prof. M. P.
Jadhav
Prof. J. H. Rao
Prof. P. H. Patil
Qualifi Designati
cation on
Specializa
tion
M. Sc
B. Ed
M. Sc
B. Ed
M. Sc
Inorganic
Chemistry
Physical
Chemistry
Organic
Chemistry
Asst.
Prof
Asst.
Prof
Asst.
Prof
181
No.
of
Ph.D.
No. of
students
Years
guided for
of Exp.
the last 4
years
03
Nil
01
Nil
00
Nil
11 List of senior visiting faculty: NIL
Name
Qualification
Designation
Specialization
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
No.
of
Ph.D.
No. of students
Years
guided
of Exp. for
the
last
4
years
Nil
Nil
12 Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled (programme
wise) by temporary faculty: 100%
13 Student-Teacher Ratio (Dept. wise) : Dept. of General Science:- 48:1
14 Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff;
sanctioned and filled: Nil
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with D. Sc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ M.Phil /PG.:
Sr.No
1
2
3
Name
Prof. M. P. Jadhav
Prof. J. H. Rao
Prof. P. H. Patil
Qualification
M. Sc B. Ed
M. Sc B. Ed
M. Sc
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from
a. National: NIL
b. International funding agencies and grants received: NIL
17. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and
total grants received: NIL
18. Research Centre/ facility recognized by the University: NIL
19. Publications: Nil
a) Publication per faculty: NIL
b) Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
international) by faculty and students: NIL
c) Number of publications listed in International Database (For E.g. Web of
science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database –
International /social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.) : NIL
d) Monographs: NIL
e) Chapter in Books: NIL
f) Books Edited: NIL
182
g)
h)
i)
j)
k)
l)
Books with ISBN/ ISSN numbers with details of publishers : NIL
Citation Index: NIL
SNIP: NIL
SJR: NIL
Impact factor: NIL
h-index: NIL
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated: NIL
21. Faculty as members in
a) National Committees : NIL
b) International Committees: NIL
c) Editorial Boards: NIL
22. Students projects:
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter
departmental / programme: NIL
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the
institution i.e. in Research laboratories/ Industry/ other agencies: NIL
23. Award/ Recognitions received by faculty and students: NIL
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department:
SR.NO. NAME OF ACADEMICIANS
1.
Dr. Sandesh Jaibhay
2.
Prof. Sopan Yashwantrao
DATE
Oct 2014
Oct 2014
25. Seminars/ Conferences/ Workshops organized & the source of funding
a) National: Nil
b) International: NIL
26. Student profile programme/ course wise;
Year 2013-2014
Name
of
the
Applications
Course/programme
received
(refer question no. 4)
F.Y.
S.Y.
57
33
*M=Male *F=Female
Enrolled
Selected
*M
57
33
183
31
16
*F
26
17
Pass
Percent
age
84%
88%
Year 2014-2015
Name
of
the
Applications
Course/programme
received
(refer question no. 4)
F.Y.
S.Y.
T.Y.
87
29
28
*M=Male *F=Female
Enrolled
Selected
*M
87
29
28
*F
60
16
17
Pass
Percent
age
27
13
11
27. Diversity of students
Name
Course
of
the
% of students
%
of
% of students
from the same
students
from other states
state
from abroad
B. Sc ( General)
100%
Nil
Nil
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive
examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services,
etc.: Nil
29. Student progression
Student progression
UG to PG
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D.
Employed
 Campus selection
 Other than campus recruitment
Entrepreneurship/ Self-employment
Against % enrolled
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library: Yes central library
b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students: Yes Internet facility is available for
both staff & students.
c) Class rooms with ICT facility:
Yes computer facilities are available
d) Laboratories: Chemistry laboratories is available
184
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,
government or other agencies:
Category
OBC
SC
ST
NT
SBC
TOTAL
F.Y. .
70
04
02
03
00
79
S.Y.
29
00
00
00
00
29
T.Y.
20
05
00
00
00
28
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures/ workshops/
seminar) with external experts: special lectures by experts arrange by college
every year.
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning: Lectures cum
demonstration methods, Demonstration by using LCD projectors & charts.
Home assignments, projects & Class tests also help to improve learning of
students.
* We conduct class test in every week for each unit as per syllabus and giving
feedback to the students for the further improment.
* We take seminar for particular topics to create awareness of the students.
* We give projects to the students related to the syllabus.
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension
activities: NIL
35. SWOC analysis of the department
Strength:


To understand chemistry in daily life
Interest of students in chemical reaction and mechanism
Weakness:


Casual approach of students towards chemistry
To handle chemical with care
Opportunities:

Chemistry industry prefers B. Sc Chemistry and M. Sc Chemistry
185




Scope for MPSC and UPSC level competitive exam
To create research awareness to many students about chemistry
Students are also recruited in pharmaceutical Industry
Employment opportunities due to neighborhood of industrial zones
Challenges:



To create research awareness among staff and students
Development of consultancy services in collaboration with industry
linkages.
To understand chemical reactions
186
EVALUATIVE REPORTS OF THE DEPARTMENT
COMPUTER SCIENCE
The self-evaluation of every department may be provided separately in about 3-4
pages, avoiding the repetition of the data.
01. Name of the Dept.
: Computer Science
02. Year of Establishment : 2006-2007
03. Names of Programmes, Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D.,
Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.):UG Bachelor of Science (
CS)
04. Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the department / units involved:
Nil
05. Annual/semester/choice based credit system (programme wise):F.Y, S.Y
& T.Y. semester based credit system since 2011-2012
06. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other department:
Nil
07. Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign
institutions, etc. : Nil
08. Details of courses/ programmes discontinued(if any) with reasons: Nil
09. Number of Teaching posts:02
Sanctioned
Filled
Professors
Nil
Nil
Associate Professors
Asst. Professors
Nil
02
Nil
02
10. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization,
(D.Sc. /D.Litt. /Ph.D. /M.Phil.etc.)
Name
Prof.
Pravin
Ghare
Prof. S.
S. Shinde
Qualificati Designat
Specialization
on
ion
M. Sc (
C.S.)
Asst.
Prof
Computer
application
B.C.A.
M.B.A.
Asst.
Prof
Computer
application
187
No. of Ph.D.
No. of
students
Years
guided for
of
the last 4
Exp.
years
04
Nil
05
Nil
11. List of senior visiting faculty: Nil
Name
Qualification
Prof.
Pankaj
Nalawade
B. E.
( Electronics)
Designatio Specializati
n
on
Asst. Prof
Electronics
No. of
Ph.D.
No. of
students
Years
guided
of
for the
Exp.
last
4
years
03
Nil
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled (programme
wise) by temporary faculty: 100%
13. Student-Teacher Ratio (Dept. wise) : Dept. of C.S.:- 04:1
14. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff;
sanctioned and filled: One
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with D. Sc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ M.Phil /PG.:
SR.
NO
1
2
Name
Qualification
Prof. Pravin Ghare
Prof. S. S. Shinde
M. Sc ( C.S.)
B.C.A. M.B.A.
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from
a. National: NIL
b. International funding agencies and grants received: NIL
17. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and
total grants received: NIL
18. Research Centre/ facility recognized by the University: NIL
19. Publications: Nil
a) Publication per faculty: NIL
b) Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
international) by faculty and students: NIL
c) Number of publications listed in International Database (For E.g. Web of
science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database –
International /social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.) : NIL
d) Monographs: NIL
e) Chapter in Books: NIL
188
f) Books Edited: NIL
g) Books with ISBN/ ISSN numbers with details of publishers : NIL
h) Citation Index: NIL
i) SNIP: NIL
j) SJR: NIL
k) Impact factor: NIL
l) h-index: NIL
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated: NIL
21. Faculty as members in
a) National Committees : NIL
b) International Committees: NIL
c) Editorial Boards: NIL
22. Students projects:
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter
departmental / programme: NIL
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the
institution i.e. in Research laboratories/ Industry/ other agencies: NIL
23. Award/ Recognitions received by faculty and students: NIL
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists / visitors to the department:
SR.NO. NAME OF ACADEMICIANS
DATE
1.
Prof. Borale
March 2013
2.
Dr. S. K. Ukarande
March 2013
3.
Prof. Rajput
Feb 2013
4.
Prof. Niwas Patil
July 2013
5.
Prof. Mane
Aug 2013
25. Seminars/ Conferences/ Workshops organized & the source of funding
15 National:
NIL
16 International: NIL
26. Student profile programme/ course wise;
Year 2013-2014
Name
of
the
Applications
Course/programme
received
(refer question no. 4)
F.Y.
S.Y.
T.Y.
05
05
07
*M=Male *F=Female
Enrolled
Selected
*M
05
05
07
189
04
04
04
*F
01
01
03
Pass
Percent
age
100%
100%
65%
Year 2014-2015
Name
of
the
Applications
Course/programme
received
(refer question no. 4)
F.Y.
S.Y.
T.Y.
-03
10
*M=Male *F=Female
Enrolled
Selected
*M
-03
10
*F
-02
07
Pass
Percent
age
-01
03
--
27. Diversity of students
Name
Course
of
the
Computer Science
% of students
%
of
% of students
from the same
students
from other states
state
from abroad
100%
Nil
Nil
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive
examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services,
etc.: Nil
29. Student progression
Student progression
UG to PG
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D.
Employed
 Campus selection
 Other than campus recruitment
Entrepreneurship/ Self-employment
Against % enrolled
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library: Yes central library
b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students:
Yes Internet facility is available for both staff & students.
c) Class rooms with ICT facility:
Yes computer facilities are available
d) Laboratories: Computer Laboratory are available
190
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,
government or other agencies:
Category
F.Y. .
S.Y.
T.Y.
OBC
-02
05
SC
-00
01
ST
-00
00
NT
-00
00
SBC
-00
00
TOTAL
-02
06
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures/ workshops/
seminar) with external experts: special lectures by experts arrange by college
every year.
a) Special Teachers: Department arranged Special lectures for T.Y.B.A. have
been organized by the Department.
b) Workshop: Nil.
c) National Conference: Nil.
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning: Lectures cum
demonstration methods, Demonstration by using LCD projectors & charts.
Home assignments, projects & Class tests also help to improve learning of
students.
As per requirement we use LCD Projector occasionally.
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension
activities: NIL
35. SWOC analysis of the department
Strength:


Laboratory facility with net
Interest of students in Computer Technologies
Weakness:

Rural environment
Opportunities:
191

Opportunities of Computer programming and Research.
Challenges:

To create research awareness in Students.
192
EVALUATIVE REPORTS OF THE DEPARTMENT
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
The self-evaluation of every department may be provided separately in about 3-4
pages, avoiding the repetition of the data.
01. Name of the Dept.
: Information Technology
02. Year of Establishment
: 2008-2009
03. Names of Programmes, Courses offered (UG, PG, M. Phil., Ph.D.,
Integrated Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.): U G Bachelor of Science in IT.
04. Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the department / units involved:
Nil
05. Annual/semester/choice based credit system (programme wise):F.Y, S.Y
& T.Y. semester based credit system since 2011-2012.
06. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other department:
Nil
07. Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign
institutions, etc. : Nil
08. Details of courses/ programmes discontinued(if any) with reasons: Nil
09. Number of Teaching posts:02
Sanctioned
Filled
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
02
02
Professors
Associate Professors
Asst. Professors
10. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization,
(D.Sc. /D.Litt. /Ph.D. /M.Phil.etc.)
Name
Qualifi
cation
Designatio Specializatio
n
n
Prof. Sandip M. Sc Asst Prof
Ghaywat
(I.T)
Prof.
BE
Asst Prof
Ashwini
Kamble
193
Computer
Application
Computer
Application
No. of Ph.D.
No. of
students
Years
guided for
of
the last 4
Exp.
years
03
Nil
00
Nil
11. Junior visiting faculty:01
Name
Qualification Designation Specialization
Prof.
Dipali
Shelake
MCA
Asst Prof
Computer
Application
No.
of
Ph.D.
No. of students
Years
guided
of Exp. for
the
last
4
years
01
Nil
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled (programme
wise) by temporary faculty: 100%
13. Student-Teacher Ratio (Dept. wise) : Dept. of I. T. :- 31:1
14. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff;
sanctioned and filled: Nil
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with D. Sc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ M.Phil /PG.:
SR.
Name
NO
1
Prof. Sandip Ghaywat
2
Prof. Ashwini Kamble
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from
Qualification
M. Sc (I.T)
BE
a. National: NIL
b. International funding agencies and grants received: NIL
17. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and
total grants received: NIL
18. Research Centre/ facility recognized by the University: NIL
19. Publications: Nil.
a) Publication per faculty: NIL
b) Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
international) by faculty and students: NIL
c) Number of publications listed in International Database (For E.g. Web of
science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database –
International /social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.) : NIL
d) Monographs: NIL
e) Chapter in Books: NIL
f) Books Edited: NIL
194
g) Books with ISBN/ ISSN numbers with details of publishers : NIL
h) Citation Index: NIL
i) SNIP: NIL
j) SJR: NIL
k) Impact factor: NIL
l) h-index: NIL
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated: NIL
21. Faculty as members in
a) National Committees : NIL
b) International Committees: NIL
c) Editorial Boards: NIL
22. Students projects:
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter
departmental / programme: NIL
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the
institution i.e. in Research laboratories/ Industry/ other agencies: NIL
23. Award/ Recognitions received by faculty and students: NIL
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department:
SR.NO. NAME OF ACADEMICIANS
DATE
1.
Mr. Borade
March 2013
2.
Dr. S. K.Ukarande
March 2013
3.
Prof. Rajput
Feb 2013
4.
Mr. Nivas Patil
July 2013
25. Seminars/ Conferences/ Workshops organized & the source of funding
17 National:
Nil
18 International: NIl
26. Student profile programme/ course wise;
Year 2013-2014
Name
of
the
Applications
Course/programme
received
(refer question no. 4)
F.Y.
S.Y.
T.Y.
31
14
19
*M=Male *F=Female
Enrolled
Selected
*M
31
14
19
195
18
08
12
*F
13
06
07
Pass
Percent
age
90%
92%
75%
Year 2014-2015
Name
of
the
Applications
Course/programme
received
(refer question no. 4)
F.Y.
S.Y.
T.Y.
46
31
16
*M=Male *F=Female
Enrolled
Selected
*M
46
31
16
*F
32
12
10
Pass
Percent
age
14
19
06
27. Diversity of students
Name
Course
of
the
% of students
%
of
% of students
from the same
students
from other states
state
from abroad
B.Sc. I.T.
100 %
Nil
Nil
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive
examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services,
etc.: Nil
29. Student progression
Student progression
UG to PG
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D.
Employed
 Campus selection
 Other than campus recruitment
Entrepreneurship/ Self-employment
Against % enrolled
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
Data not available
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library: Yes central library
b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students:
Yes Internet facility is available for both staff & students.
c) Class rooms with ICT facility:
Yes computer facilities are available
d) Laboratories: Yes, Laboratory is available for students.
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,
196
government or other agencies:
Category
F.Y. .
OBC
37
SC
05
ST
00
NT
02
SBC
00
TOTAL
44
S.Y.
22
02
02
03
00
29
T.Y.
14
01
00
01
00
15
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures/ workshops/
seminar) with external experts: special lectures by experts arrange by college
every year.
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning: Lectures cum
demonstration methods, Demonstration by using LCD projectors & charts.
Home assignments, projects & Class tests also help to improve learning of
students.
As per requirement we use LCD Projector time occasionally.
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension
activities: NIL
35. SWOC analysis of the department
Strength:




Qualified staff
Dedicated faculty
Learning environment
Educational facility from K. G to P.G.
Weakness:



Load shading due to rural area
Financial weak background of students
Shortage of funds.
Opportunities:


Opportunities of employment in industries.
Opportunities of higher education in IT.
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Challenges:



To create research awareness among staff & students
Development of consultancy services in collaboration with industry
linkages.
To Start IT related short time courses initiated by NSDC ( Delhi
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DECLARATION BY THE HEAD OF THE INSTITUTION
I certify that the data and information included in the Accreditation report
is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
This accreditation report is prepared by the Institution after internal
discussions and no part thereof has been outsourced.
I am aware that the peer team will validate the information provided in the
SSR during the peer team visit.
Place : Goveli
Date
: 18.02.2015
Dr. U. B. Jangam
Principal
199
CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE
(Affiliated/ Constituent/ Autonomous Colleges and Recognized Institutions)
This is to certify that JSSP‟s Arts, Commerce and Science College Goveli,
Tal. Kalyan, Dist. Thane fulfills all norms.
1. Stipulated by the affiliating university and / or
2. Regulatory council / Body (Such as NCTE, AICTE, MCI, DCI, BCI etc) and
3. The affiliation and Recognition (if applicable) is valid as on date
In case the affiliation / Recognition is conditional, then a detailed
enclosure with regard to compliance of condition by the institution will be sent.
It is noted that NAAC‟s accreditation if granted, shall stand cancelled
automatically, once the institution loses its university affiliation or recognition
by the regulatory council with case may be.
In case the undertaking submitted by the institution is found to be false
then the accreditation given by NAAC is liable to be withdrawn. It is also
agreeable that the undertaking given to NAAC will be displayed on the college
website.
Date: 18/02/2015
Institution: Jssp‟s Arts, Commerce &
Science College Goveli
Dr U. B. Jangam
Principal.
Place: Goveli, Tal. Kalyan
200
ANNEXURE-I
APPROVAL OF COURSCES OF AFFILIATED
UNIVERSITY
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
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ANNEXURE-II
DETAILED LIST OF SUBJECTS (COURSEWISE)
Sr
No
1
Courses
B.A.
F.Y.B.A. Sem –I
Compulsory
1. Foundation Course-I
2. Marathi,
3. Communication Skill
Optional
1. Marathi-I
2. Economics-I
3. English-I
4. History-I
5. Philosophy-I
6. Geography-I
7. Sociology-I
8. Hindi-I
F.Y.B.A. Sem –II
Compulsory
1. Foundation Course-I
2. Marathi,
3. Communication Skill
Optional
1. Marathi-I
2. Economics-I
3. English-I
4. History-I
5. Philosophy-I
6. Geography-I
7. Sociology-I
8. Hindi-I
S.Y.B.A. Sem-III
Compulsory
1. Foundation Course-I
2. Population Education
Optional
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Duration
of the
course
Affiliation Validity
(Permanent Period
/
Temporary)
3 Years
Temporary
From
20042005
till date
1. Marathi-II & III
2. Economics-II& III
3. English-II& III
4. History-II& III
5. Philosophy-II& III
6. Geography-II& III
7. Sociology-II& III
8. Hindi-II& III
S.Y.B.A. Sem-IV
Compulsory
1. Foundation Course-I
2. Population Education
Optional
1. Marathi-II & III
2. Economics-II& III
3. English-II& III
4. History-II& III
5. Philosophy-II& III
6. Geography-II& III
7. Sociology-II& III
8. Hindi-II& III
T.Y.B.A. Sem- V
Dept. of Marathi
IV. History of Literature
V. Theory of Literature & Literary
Criticism
VI. Literature & Society
VII. Introduction of Linguistic &
outline of Marathi Grammar
VIII. The Study of An Author
IX. Translation, Literary essay &
Project.
Dept. of English
IV. British Literature-1550-1750
V. English language & Literacy
Criticism
VI. Rhetoric Composition & Applied
language skills
VII. Literature in English 1750-1900
VIII. 20th Century Literature in English
IX. Feminism
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Dept of Philosophy
IV. Fundamental issues in Philosophy
V. Philosophy of Religion
VI. Ethical Issues
VII. Philosophy of Bhagavat Geeta
VIII. Formal Logic
IX. Yoga Philosophy
Dept. of Economics
IV. Advanced Economics Theory
V. Growth & Development
VI. Industrial and Labor Economics
VII. Research Methodology
VIII. International Economics: Theory
and Police
IX. Export Management
Dept. of Sociology
IV. Social Theory
V. Sociology of work
VI. Gender and Society
VII. Sociology of Social Movement
VIII. Sociology of Human Resource
Development
IX. Methodology of Social Research
Dept. of Geography
IV. Principal of Physical Geography
V. Principal of Human Geography
VI. Topographies and Thematic Maps
VII. Geography of Third World
VIII. Geography Environment Issue
IX. Topographical aptitude & skill
T.Y.B.A. Sem-VI
Dept. of Marathi
IV. History of Literature
V. Theory of Literature & Literary
Criticism
VI. Literature & Society
VII. Introduction of Linguistic &
outline of Marathi Grammar
VIII. The Study of An Author
IX. Translation, Literary essay &
Project.
Dept. of English
222
IV. British Literature-1550-1750
V. English language & Literacy
Criticism
VI. Rhetoric Composition & Applied
language skills
VII. Literature in English 1750-1900
VIII. 20th Century Literature in English
IX. Feminism
Dept of Philosophy
IV. Fundamental issues in Philosophy
V. Philosophy of Religion
VI. Ethical Issues
VII. Philosophy of Bhagavat Geeta
VIII. Formal Logic
IX. Yoga Philosophy
Dept. of Economics
IV. Advanced Economics Theory
V. Growth & Development
VI. Industrial and Labor Economics
VII. Research Methodology
VIII. International Economics: Theory
and Police
IX. Export Management
Dept. of Sociology
IV. Social Theory
V. Sociology of work
VI. Gender and Society
VII. Sociology of Social Movement
VIII. Sociology of Human Resource
Development
IX. Methodology of Social Research
Dept. of Geography
IV. Principal of Physical Geography
V. Principal of Human Geography
VI. Topographies and Thematic Maps
VII. Geography of Third World
VIII. Geography Environment Issue
IX. Topographical aptitude & skill
2
B.COM
223
3 Years
F.Y.B.COM Sem-I
I.Foundation Course-I
II. Business Economics-I
III. A/C- I
IV.Business Development
V.Business Communation
VI.Maths & Stats
VII.Enviromental Studies
F.Y.B.COM Sem-II
I.Foundation Course-I
II. Business Economics-I
III. A/C- I
IV.Business Development
V.Business Communation
VI.Maths & Stats
VII.Enviromental Studies
S.Y.B.COM Sem- III
I. Foundation Course-II
II.Business Economics-II
III.Financial A/C-II
IV.Bussiness Law
V.Principalof Management Finance
VI.Computer Programming
S.Y.B.COM Sem- IV
I. Foundation Course-II
II.Business Economics-II
III.Financial A/C-II
IV.Bussiness Law
V.Principalof Management Finance
VI.Computer Programming
T.Y.B.COM Sem- V
I.Financial A/c
II.Cost A/C & Auditing
III.Management A/C
IV.Direct & Indirecting Tax
V.Business Economics Eco-III(Globle
Trade & Finance)
VI.Marketing & Human Resource Mgt
VII.Computer Application & System
OR Purchasing.
T.Y.B.COM Sem- VI
224
Temporary
From
2004 –
2005
till date
3
I. Financial A/c
II.Cost A/C & Auditing
III.Management A/C
IV.Direct & Indirecting Tax
V.Business Economics Eco-III(Global
Trade & Finance)
VI.Marketing & Human Resource Mgt
VII.Computer Application & System
OR Purchasing.
B. SC ( Gen)
2 Year
F.Y.B.Sc Sem-I
I. Foundation Course-I
I. Physics Paper-I,
II. Physics Paper-II,
III. Chemistry Paper-I
IV. Chemistry Paper-II,
V. Math‟s Paper-I,
VI. Math‟s Paper-II
F.Y.B.Sc Sem-II
I. Foundation Course-II
I. Physics Paper-I,
II. Physics Paper-II,
III. Physics Paper-III
IV. Physical & Industrial Analytical
Chemistry
V. Inorganic & Industrial Chemistry
VI. Organic & Industrial Chemistry
VII. Math‟s Paper-I,
VIII. Math‟s Paper-II
IX. Math‟s Paper- III
S.Y.B.Sc Sem-III
I. Foundation Course-II
I. Physics Paper-I,
II. Physics Paper-II,
III. Physics Paper-III
IV. Physical & Industrial Analytical
Chemistry
V. Inorganic & Industrial Chemistry
VI. Organic & Industrial Chemistry
VII. Math‟s Paper-I,
VIII. Math‟s Paper-II
IX. Math‟s Paper- III
S.Y.B.Sc Sem-IV
225
Temporary
From
2004 –
2005
till date
I. Foundation Course-II
I. Physics Paper-I,
II. Physics Paper-II,
III. Physics Paper-III
IV. Physical & Industrial Analytical
Chemistry
V. Inorganic & Industrial Chemistry
VI. Organic & Industrial Chemistry
VII. Math‟s Paper-I,
VIII. Math‟s Paper-II
IX. Math‟s Paper- III
4
B. SC ( Computer Science)
F.Y.B.Sc Sem-I
3 Year
I.Computer Organization
II. Computer Algorithms
III. Foundation Course
IV. Maths- I & II
V. Physics – I & II
F.Y.B.Sc Sem-II
I.Computer Organization
II. Computer Algorithms
III. Foundation Course
IV. Maths- I & II
V. Physics – I & II
S.Y.B.Sc Sem-III
I.C++ Programming
II. Database Management System
III. Descrete Mathematics
IV. Foundation Course
V. Maths- I, II & III
VI. Physics – I, II & III
S.Y.B.Sc Sem-IV
I.C++ Programming
II. Database Management System
III. Descrete Mathematics
IV. Foundation Course
V. Maths- I, II & III
VI. Physics – I, II & III
T.Y.B.Sc Sem-V
I. Data Communication Networking &
226
Temporary
From
2005 –
2006
till date
Security.
II. Advanced Java.
III. Operating System.
IV. Linux.
V.Database Management System
VI.Software Engineering.
VII.Principal of Web Design & Web
Technologies.
VIII.Net Technologies.
T.Y.B.Sc Sem-V
I. Data Communication Networking &
Security.
II. Advanced Java.
III. Operating System.
IV. Linux.
V.Database Management System
VI.Software Engineering.
VII.Principal of Web Design & Web
Technologies.
VIII.Net Technologies.
5
T.Y.B.Sc Sem-VI
I. Data Communication Networking &
Security.
II. Advanced Java.
III. Operating System.
IV. Linux.
V. Database Management System
VI.Software Engineering.
VII.Principal of Web Design & Web
Technologies.
VIII.Net Technologies.
B. SC (Information Technology)
3 Year
F.Y.B.Sc Sem-I
I. P. C. S.
II. Fundamental Digital Computing
III.
Electronic
&
Computer
Technology
IV. Applied Math‟s
V. Introduction C++
F.Y.B.Sc Sem-II
I. P. C. S.
II. Fundamental Digital Computing
III.
Electronic
&
Computer
227
Temporary
From
2009 –
2010
till date
Technology
IV. Applied Math‟s
V. Introduction C++
S.Y.B.Sc Sem-III
I. Logic & Discrete Math‟s
II. Computer Graphics
III. Advanced SQL
IV. Object oriented Programming with
C++
V. Modern Operating system
VI. Computer
S.Y.B.Sc Sem-IV
I. Logic & Discrete Math‟s
II. Computer Graphics
III. Advanced SQL
IV. Object oriented Programming with
C++
V. Modern Operating system
VI. Computer
T.Y.B.Sc Sem-V
I. Visual Basic 6.0
II. SQL
III. Internet Security
IV. Web Technology
V. ERP
I. Web Design
II.Advance Java
III. ERP
IV. MIS
6
T.Y.B.Sc Sem-VI
I. Visual Basic 6.0
II. SQL
III. Internet Security
IV. Web Technology
V. ERP
I. Web Design
II.Advance Java
III. ERP
IV. MIS
B.M.S.
F.Y.B.M.S. Sem-I
I.Foundation of Human Skill
3 Year
228
Temporary
From
2010 –
II.Introduction to Finance
III.Bussiness Law
IV.Bussiness Statistics
V.Principal of Mgt
VI.Bussiness Communation
VII.Introduction to Computer
2011
till date
F.Y.B.M.S. Sem-II
I.Bussiness Environment
II.Industrial Law
III.Computer Application in Bussiness
IV.Managerial Eco-I
V.Bussiness Mathamatics
VI.Introduction to Cost A/C
VII.Environmental Mgt.
S.Y.B.M.S. Sem-III
I.Management A/C
II.Managerial Eco-II
III.Marketing Mgt.
IV.Production & Material Mgt
V.Bussiness Aspect in Banking &
Insurance
VI.Strategic Mgt
S.Y.B.M.S. Sem-IV
I.Productivity and Quality
Management
II.Direct and Indirect Taxes
III.Export Import Procedures and
Documentation
IV.Co operatives and Rural Markets
V.Research Methods in Bussiness
VI.Public Relations Magagement
T.Y.B.M.S. Sem-V
-Human Resource management
-service Sector Management
-Financial Management
-Elements of Logistic and Supply
chain Management
-Business Ethics and corporate Social
Responsibility
-Elective-I
Special Studies in Marking
OR Special Studies in Finance
229
OR E – Commerce
-Project Work.
7
T.Y.B.M.S. Sem-VI
Entrepreneurship and management of
medium Enterprises
- Operations Research
-International Finance
-Indian Management Thought and
Practice
-International Marketing
-Elective- II
-Retail Management OR
-Investment Analysis & Portfolio
management OR
-Econometrics
B.M.M.
3 Year
F.Y.B.M.M. Sem- I
I. Effective Communication Skill- I
II. Fundamentals of Mass
Communication
III. Introduction to Computer
IV. Landmark event in 20th Century
History of World
V. Introduction to Sociology, the
Sociology of news & Social Movement
in India
VI. Introduction to Economics
F.Y.B.M.M. Sem- II
I.Effective Communication Skill-II
II.An introduction to Literature
III. Introduction to Psychology
IV.Political Concepts of the Indian
Political system
V. Principals of management &
Marketing
VI.Translation Skills
S.Y.B.M.M. Sem- III
I. Introduction to Media Studies
II. Introduction to Creative Writing
III. Understanding Cinema
IV. Introduction to Public Relation
V. Introduction to Culture Studies
VI. Advanced Computer
230
Temporary
From
2010 –
2011
till date
S.Y.B.M.M. Sem- IV
I.Organization Behavior
II. Mass Media Research
III. Introduction to Advertising
IV. Introduction to Journalism
V. Radio & Television
VI. Print, Production & Photography
T.Y.B.M.M. Sem- V
JournalismReporting
Editing
Feature & Opinion
Journalisn & public opinion
Indian Rggional Journslism
Niche & Magazine
AdvertisingAdvertising in contermporary Society
Copy writing
Advertising Design
Consumer Behavior
Media planning and Buying
Brand Building
8
T.Y.B.M.M. Sem- VI
JournalismPress law & Ethics
Briad cast journalism
Neche Journalism-II
Internet & Issue in Globle Media
News Media management
Cntemporary issue
AdvertisingAdvertising and marketing Research
Legal Environment and Advt. Eithics
Financial management for marketing
and advertising
Agency management
The principal snd practice of Direct
Market
Contemporary issue.
M.A. (Geography)
Sem- I
1. Fundamental of Geomorphology
2. Geo. Of Climatology
231
2 year
Temporary
From
2011 –
2012
3.Geo. of Socio-cul. & Political
Process
4. Spatial. Orgn. Of Economic Activity
5. Tools & Techniques of Spatial
Analysis- I
6. Tools & Techniques of Spatial
Analysis- II
till date
Sem- II
1. Fundamental of Geomorphology
2. Geo. Of Climatology
3.Geo. of Socio-cul. & Political
Process
4. Spatial. Orgn. Of Economic Activity
5. Tools & Techniques of Spatial
Analysis- I
6. Tools & Techniques of Spatial
Analysis- II
Sem-III
1. Geography of South Asia with
Special Reference to India
2. Geo-ubfirnatucs
3. Elective
4. Eliective
5. Tools & Techniques of Spatial
Analysis- I
6. Tools & Techniques of Spatial
Analysis- II
9
Sem-IV
1. Geography of South Asia with
Special Reference to India
2. Geo-ubfirnatucs
3. Elective
4. Eliective
5. Tools & Techniques of Spatial
Analysis- I
6. Tools & Techniques of Spatial
Analysis- II
M. COM (Advance Accountancy)
2 year
Sem-I
1.Strategic Management ( Compulsory
2. Economics of Global trade &
finance (Compulsory)
3. Advanced financial accounting
232
Temporary
From
2011 –
2012
till date
4. Advanced cost accounting
Sem-II
1.Strategic Management ( Compulsory
2. Economics of Global trade &
finance (Compulsory)
3. Advanced financial accounting
4. Advanced cost accounting
Sem- III
1. Research Methodology
2. Advanced Financial Management
3. Direct & Indirect Taxes
4. Advance Auditing
Sem- IV
1. Research Methodology
2. Advanced Financial Management
3. Direct & Indirect Taxes
4. Advance Auditing
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ANNEXURE-III
STAFF PROFILE
Sr
no
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Name
Cater
aory
Joining
date
OPEN
SC
OPEN
SBC
OBC
OPEN
OBC
OBC
OBC
OBC
SC
OPEN
OBC
6.1.2009
10.06.2013
10.06.2013
10.06.2013
10.06.2013
10.06.2013
10.06.2013
10.06.2013
10.06.2013
10.06.2013
10.06.2013
18.06.2013
18.06.2013
M.SC PH.D
M.A.NET
M.A.NET
M.A.NET
M.COM
M.A.BP.ED
M.COM
M. SC COM
M.A.
M.SC M.B.A.
M.B.A.
M.C.J PH.D
M.A.B.ED
1982
2012
2010
2012
2009
2004
2010
2012
2010
2012
2010
2008
2011
Maths
Marathi
Hindi
Sociology
Commerce
Economics
Commerce
Computer
Economics
BMS
BMS
BMM
Philosophy
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
DR. U. B. Jangam
Prof. H. V. Soshte
Prof. N. U. Deshmukh
Prof. B. G. Pawar
Prof. D. G. Chavan
Prof. S. G. Chede
Prof. G. P. Geedh
Prof. P. N. Ghare
Prof. M. L. Mulik
Prof. U. B. Gaikar
Prof. S. P. Kamble
Prof. Dr. R. R. Taur
Prof. D. D.
Shrimangale
Prof. P. B. Bhaskar
Prof. B. K. Walimbe
Prof. R. V. Patil
Prof. S. K. Ghaywat
Prof. S. S. Shinde
Prof. A. A. Kamble
Prof. M. P. Jadhav
Prof. J. H. Rao
Prof. R. R. Ahire
Prof. P. K. Dubey
SC
OBC
OBC
SC
OBC
SC
OPEN
OBC
OBC
OPEN
07.07.2013
27.06.2014
01.07.2014
16.06.2014
09.06.2014
07.08.2014
19.06.2014
08.07.2014
15.07.2014
18.06.2014
M.A.B.ED, NET
M.A.M.ED
M. A.
M. SC (IT)
M. B. A.
B. E.
M. SC B. ED
M. SC
M. TECH
M. SC
2008
2010
2009
2012
2008
2012
2012
2013
2013
2014
English
Philosophy
Economics
I. T.
Sys. Mgt.
Computer
Chemistry
Chemistry
Mathematics
Mathematics
24
25
26
27
28
29
Prof. J. B. Rajane
Prof. P. B. Kadam
Prof. P. H. Patil
Prof. P. S. Patkar
Prof. S. B. Gaikar
Prof. Y. N. Herode
OBC
OPEN
OBC
OBC
OBC
SC
01.12.2014
09.06.2014
19.12.2014
09.07.2014
27.06.2014
12.07.2014
2012
2013
2011
2009
2010
2010
Physics
Physics
Chemistry
Marathi
Sociology
English
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
Dr. N. S. Padalkar
Prof. K. D. Sabale
Prof. R. N. Sonawane
Prof. V. P. Shedge
Prof. K. H. Agiwale
Prof. S. S. Lone
Miss. V. S. Dinkar
OPEN
ST
OPEN
OPEN
OBC
OBC
OBC
09.06.2014
12.06.2014
09.06.2014
09.06.2014
09.06.2014
11.06.2014
06.06.2014
M. SC
M. SC B.ED
M. SC
M. A. NET
M. A. B. ED
M. A. M. PHIL,
NET
M. A. PH.D
M. A. NET SET
M. COM B. ED
M. B. A.
M. A NET
M. COM
M. LIB
2009
2009
2014
2012
2008
2010
Geography
Geography
Commerce
Commerce
History
Commerce
Librarian
234
Qualification
Passin
g year
Subject
ANNEXURE-IV
235
ANNEXURE-V
THREE TIME SLOTS FOR PEER TEAM VISIT
1. 15-16-17 April 2015
2. 27-28-29 April 2015
3. 05-06-07 May 2015
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