AQAR Report 2007-08 - ggm science college, jammu

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Government Gandhi Memorial Science College
(Erstwhile Prince of Wales College)
Established 1905
ANNUAL QUALITY ASSURANCE REPORT
7882-80
Submitted
To
National Assessment & Accreditation Council
(NAAC)
______________________________________________________
Canal Road, Jammu-180001, Jammu & Kashmir, India
0191-2578189
[email protected] www.ggmsciencecollege.in
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Part –A
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The following plan of action was chalked out by IQAC for the Session
2007-08
1. To initiate faculty and students’ collaborative activities, like seminars,
presentations, quiz competitions etc on regular basis.
2. Improving the teaching learning process by actively involving the
students in project works, home assignments and group discussions
etc.
3. To generate more opportunities for placement of students in corporate
houses.
4. To give a fillip to the cultural & sports activities in the campus so as to
harness the innate creative talent of the students to its full potential.
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PART- B
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1.
Activities Reflecting the Goals and Objectives of the College.
Seminar on "Computer Viruses" was organized by the Computer
Science Dept. on 24th September, 2007 in which students of BCA-I
participated. The Resource person on this occasion was Prof. Lalit
Sen from the Department of Computer Sciences, University of
Jammu.
ii)
Seminar on "Wireless Communication" was organized in the College
on 11th October, 2007. Prof. Pavnesh Abrol from Computer
Sciences, University of Jammu delivered the key note address.
iii) On-Campus Event (Career Counseling) was organized in the college
on 12th December, 2007 by the Department of Computer Sciences to
help students identify their aspirations and goals and to have an idea
of the job market.
iv)
College celebrated its Annual Day on 16th December, 2007 in which
Hon' ble Dy. C.M. Pt. Mangat Ram Sharma was the Chief Guest.
Cultural Programme was presented and students with best
performance in sports, academics and cultural activities were
honoured.
v)
Environment Awareness Programme was conducted in the College
on 6th February, 2008, as proposed by the Government of Jammu
and Kashmir. Various events like debates, painting competitions and
essay writing competition were organized to create awareness among
the students/masses on the theme of Environmental protection.
vi) A workshop on Cyber Crimes and Ethical Hacking was organized on
16th January, 2008. The Resource persons were Mr. Anoop Girdhar
from Sedulity Solutions and Technology, New Delhi and Prof. Lalit
Sen from University of Jammu.
vii) Three day Entrepreneurship Awareness Camp (EAC) was jointly
organized by G.G.M Science College and J&K Industrial and
Technical Consultancy Organization (ITCO) Ltd. Jammu, under the
sponsorship of Department of Science and Technology, Govt. of
India, on 12/02/08 to 14/02/2008 for
B.Sc.-III and BCA- III
students.
i)
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2.
New Academic Programmes initiated (UG and PG)
UG : NIL
PG : NIL
3.
Innovations in curricular design and transaction.
The College is affiliated to University of Jammu, and adopts the
programmes and curricula approved by the University. The
College faculty has very limited access to the framing and
designing of the courses except that some suggestions are given at
the time of meeting of Board of Studies. These meetings are
organized by the University from time to time.
At the College Level to make teaching-learning more effective,
seminars, Quiz, Guest Lectures are organized and use of
multimedia has also been encouraged.
4.
Inter-discipline programmes started.
5.
Examination reforms implemented.
External Examination is conducted by the University of Jammu
according to a set pattern but internal assessment examinations are
conducted by the College twice a year as per the institutional
calendar, proper date sheet for the internal assessment test is
framed and display well in advance. The students are also
encouraged to go through the evaluated answer scripts for a proper
feedback of the students.
6.
Candidates qualified: NET/SLET/GATE etc.
7.
Initiative towards faculty Development Programmes.
Teachers are encouraged to attend seminars, workshops,
orientation programmes, refresher courses and paper presentation
in workshops/seminars/conferences.
Refresher Courses:
21
Orientation Programmes:
05
Workshops/ Seminars/ Conferences: 45
Paper Presented:
13
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Nil
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N.A
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Details of some of the participants, is as follows:
Activity
Participants
Department
Refresher Course In
Dr. Reena Salaria
English
English by Academic Dr. Seema Manhas
Staff College,
Prof. Anita Salgotra
Jammu.
Refresher Course In
Dr. Neelam Gupta
Zoology
Env. Sciences by
Prof. Shobhna
ASC Jammu
Sambyal
Prof. Sadhna Sharma
Refresher Course In
Prof. Rajesh Kotwal
Mathematics
Maths by ASC,
Jammu
Refresher Course In
Dr. Chanchal Khajuria Geology
Env. Sciences by
ASC, Jammu
Refresher Course In
Prof. Monika
English
English by ASC,
Malhotra
Jammu
Dr. Deepa Mattoo
Prof. Seema Arora
Deputation under FIP Prof. Shelly Chadha
Chemistry
Scheme
Refresher Course In
Prof. Seema Arora
English
EVS by Academic
Staff College,
Prof. Arun Kumar
Chemistry
Jammu.
Seminar on “ Cyber
Dr. Neelam Gupta
Zoology
Crime and women”
“Plotting change”
(Released by Dr.
Farooq Abdullah &
Prof. Amitabh
Mattoo)
Dr. Seema Rani
Manhas
English
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Venue
University
of Jammu
Duration
21-08-07 to
10-09-07
University
of Jammu
15-12-07 to
07-01-08
University
of Jammu
15-12-07 to
07-01-08
University
of Jammu
26-12-07 to
15-1-08
University
of Jammu
21-01-08 to
13-02-08
University
of Jammu
University
of Jammu
26-12-07 to
15-01-08
G.G.M.
Science
College
Jammu
29-09-07
16-03-08
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8.
Total number of seminars/workshops conducted
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07
9.
Research projects
-
Nil
Nil
a) Newly implemented
b) Completed
10.
Patents generated, if any:
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Nil
11.
New collaborative research programmes
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Nil
12.
Research grants received from various agencies
-
Nil
13.
Details of research scholars:
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NA
14.
Citation index of faculty members and impact factor - ___
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16.
17.
Honors/Award to the faculty - 01
Internal resources generated - Fee from Add on Courses :Rs 63,000
Details of Departments getting SAP, COSIST (ASSIST) /DST.
FIST, etc. -NIL
The NSS volunteers and NCC Cadets participated/organized the
following activities.
18.
Community Services (NCC & NSS)
The College, through its NSS & NCC Units is involved in community
services, such as population education, literacy drives/adult education,
vigilance awareness, tree plantation, health & family welfare programmes,
civil defence, Blood Donation, Environment Awareness and Communal
Hormony & Peace Programmes.
NSS operates through two units of 100 volunteers each under the guidance
of trained programme officers
NCC has the following three wings with a total strength of 270 cadets.
i.
ii.
iii.
Infantry wing (2nd J&K Bn)
Armoured wing (1 J&K Bn)
Girls wing
(2nd J&K Bn)
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120 cadets
100 cadets
50 cadets
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19.
Teachers and officers newly recruited.
The College being a Govt. institution does not make any appointment
directly. The same is done by the Higher Education Department, J&K
Govt. through State Public Service Commission by following the set
norms of advertising the posts, screening tests & interviews.
Thereafter, the selected candidates are posted as per the requirement in
different Govt. Colleges. The posts are transferable.
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21.
Teaching/ Non Teaching Staff ratio:
1:1
Improvements in the library services
Library improvement being a continuous process, the library facilities are
being updated.
22.
New books/journals subscribed and their value.
Total No of Books & Journals during year 2007-08 in the Library
Total No. of Text Books
302
Total No of Reference Books 40
Total Cost of (Text + Reference Books ) =
2.00 Lac
Journals/ Periodicals
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Cost of Journals/Periodicals =
Rs 1298
23.
Courses in which student assessment of teachers is introduced and
the action taken on student's feedback:
General feedback from the students is taken at the end of the session
and the institution considers the suggestions for implementation within
the scope of the powers and resources available.
24.
Unit cost of education.
Including Salary component
Excluding Salary Component
= 461.965/2762
= 88.995/2762
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= 0.1672 Lacs
= 0.0322 Lacs
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25.
Computerization of administration and the process of admission
and examination result, issue of certificate.
Admission process is computerized
Internal assessment record of BCA, B.Sc. (Physics) has also been
computerized.
26.
Increase in the infrastructural facilities.
a) Biotechnology Laboratory has been constructed during the year
2007-08.
b) Construction of Auditorium, Girls Common Hall & Faculty Guest
House is near completion.
27.
Technology up gradation:
Date of
Purchase
04-01-2008
Computer System
Software
Hardware
HP Desktop (Intel Core
2 Duo) (06Nos)
Nil
UPS (12 Nos)
Nil
Nil
29-02-2008
28.
Projector Screen
with Tripod Stand
(01)
Hp Laser Printer P1005 (02)
USB 2.0 Pen Drive
2 GB (05)
Computer and Internet access and training to teachers and students:
Computer facilities are available to the teachers to facilitate their teaching
skills and maintenance of record of assessment and also to the students for
preparing their project reports.
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29.
Financial Aid to students.
Amount
Name of Aid
64,200
Order no. GGM/Sc/Coll/421617 Dt. 04/02/07
Post Matric
Scholarship
Total no. of
Students
30. Activities and support from the Alumni Association : -
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Nil
31. Activities and support from the Parent – Teacher Association
The Parent- Teacher Association has not been formed yet. However, the
institution is planning to organized a parent teacher meet shortly.
32. Health Services.
To ensure the availability of basic medical facility for the students, a small
medical dispensary is functioning under the supervision of an experienced
pharmacist. This dispensary maintains necessary stock of medicines and
other related items for first aid.
33. Performance in Sport Activities
The College has a large sports infrastructure which includes a cricket ground
with properly laid turf, a hockey field and a football field, besides an indoor
hall and a number of other courts for basketball, volleyball, tennis,
badminton etc. The department is manned by a qualified staff. The activities
of the department are monitored by the college sports board.
Players from Govt. Gandhi Memorial Science College, Jammu,
who have represented University of Jammu/ J&K State in
different games/sports during the session 2007-08
S.No
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
NAME OF THE PLAYER GAMES/SPORTS
Amandeep Singh
Atheletics
Vishal Malhotra
Atheletics
Jai Dev
Kabaddi
Vipin Sharma
Kabaddi
Sunny Didyal
Handball
Birban
Handball
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8.
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10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
Bipin Singh
Sahil Mahajan
Mohd. Riaz
Naveen Mehra
Jigmet Rabgis
Sachin Bambra
Ruhi Jamwal
Vijay Jamwal
Vishal Malhotra
Tarun
Amit Sharma
Ankush Gupta
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Varun Sharma
Volleyball
Cricket
Wrestling
Football
Football
Basketball
Kho-Kho
Kho-Kho
Kho-Kho
Weight Lifting
Weight Lifting
Roller Skating at National
Level (Represented J&K
State)
Korfball at National Level
(Represented J&K State)
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Incentives to Outstanding Sportspersons.
Outstanding sportspersons are provided with all the necessary facilities
like equipment, kits/uniforms, travelling allowance and refreshment
during training as well as during the conduct of tournaments. Best
performances were awarded trophies, momentoes, and track suits on the
Annual Day.
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Students Achievements and Awards :
Class- wise performance for the session 2007-08
Class
Session 2007-08 (Pass %)
Result % age
50.2
70.1
87.8
B.Sc. I
B.Sc. II
B.Sc. III
BCA I
BCA II
BCA III
72.0
80.0
91.9
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University Positions (B.Sc. Final)
Name of the student
Ahsan Elahi S/o
Naseem Akhtar
Gurvinder Kour D/o
Gurmeet Singh
University Rank
1st
Percentage
84.54
5th
82.90
ADD ON COURSES:
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Total Students Enrolled
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21
Total Students Appeared in exam
Total Students Passed
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Activities of the Guidance and Counseling unit:
1. Scholarship Aptitude Test was conducted by the STIC Finance
Group on 3rd December, 2007 with the aim of helping students to
become IT & E-accountancy Professionals.
2. A Campus selection Programme was organized in the Department
of Computer Science on 18th December, 2007. Seven students were
selected as trainees for the period of 8-9 weeks. Later, they were
selected as Process Associate with GENPACT "Global Business
Impact" Genpact India.
3. On-Campus Event (Career Counseling) was held on 12th
December,
2007, by the Department of Computer Science of the College to
help students identify their values, aspirations and goals.
4. An interactive session on "Career Prospects in IBM Daksh" was
organized
by IBM Daksh for B.Sc.- III students of G.G.M.
Science College on 14th January, 2008. The programme was aimed
at preparing the students for a successful BPO career.
37. Placement services provided to students.
A placement drive was conducted in the campus in Dec 2007 by Genpact
Global Business Impact “ Genpact India” and IBM . A total of 15 students
were offered placement by these two companies as process associates.
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1. Students offered placement by Genpact:a) Koshal Kotwal
b) Aruna Bhat
c) Rajesh Gupta
d) Roohi Gupta
e) Rohit Kumar
f) Ankush Khajuria
g) Dinesh Kumar
2.
Students offered placement by IBM
a)
Sahil Malhotra.
b)
Ashutosh Verma.
c)
Dinesh.
d)
Gurvinder Kour.
e)
Aruna Bhat.
f)
Kunal Dogra.
g)
Anil Kumar.
h)
Rajesh Ratil.
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Development Programmes for Non-Teaching Staff:
A three day Orientation Programme to promote the use of Computers in
the office was conducted in the college.
39.
Healthy Practices of the Institution
1. Periodic monitoring of students by teachers through class tests, quiz
competitions and seminars.
2. Sensitization programme for the freshers regarding various College
activities is being conducted throughout the year.
3. Accidental Insurance for Students
4. Educational tours and picnics are annual features of the institution. In
addition, subject tour in the department of Botany, Zoology,
Geography, Geology are also conducted.
40.
Linkages Developed with National/International, Academic/Research
Bodies.
Nil
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Any Other Relevant Information the Institution Wishes to Add.
1. Students participated in All India Devotional Song Competition held at
Katra from 12th October, 2007 to 18th Oct, 2007
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2. IRC (International Resource Cell) organized two workshops on 29th
Oct, 07 followed by films screening on 30th October, 2007 in the
administration block of University of Jammu in which three students
from G.G.M. Science College participated.
3. As an initiative to introduce "Theatre" in colleges, a "Theatre
workshop" and an exclusive festival of plays was organized by Natrang
in which students of our College gave their performance on 31st
October, 2007. This programme was sponsored by North Zone Cultural
Centre, Ministry of Culture, Govt. of India.
4. To commemorate the birth anniversary of Late Sh. V.R. Khajuria, a
renowned and eminent artist of the state, Viraj Kala Kendra, Gandhi
Nagar organized some events in which students from G.G.M Science
College participated in painting competition on "Aids and
Environment" held on 3rd Dec., 2007.
5. Students of G.G.M. Science College participated in 92.7 FM Contest
held at G.M.C. Jammu, from 12th February to 15th February 2008.
Following selected college students from B.Sc.I and II participated in
various items like Mimicry, Hindi Solo, Western Solo, Skit etc.
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Abhishek Singh (B.Sc.- III.)
Satyajeet (BCA-III)
Neeraj Kumar (B.Sc.- I)
Vishwinder Singh Jamwal (B.Sc. - III)
Avtar Singh (B.Sc.- III)
Priyanka Manhas (B.Sc.- III)
Vishal Slathia (B.Sc.- III)
Smile Gupta (B.Sc. - I)
Display your Talent
1.
2.
Gagandeep Sharma of BSc.II bagged 3rd prize in Collage
competition.
Following students got 2nd prize in Mime
 Gagandeep Sharma
 Arjun Sharma
 Deepak Raina
 Sarang Vaid
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 Vikas Sharma
 Sahil Chilwania
3.
4.
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Sarang Vaid was also selected for North Zone Inter-University Youth
Festival, being hosted by Punjab University, Chandigarh from 13 to
17th December, 2008. He bagged 3rd prize for Best actor in the play.
Arjun Sharma and Vikas Sharma got certificates of Merit.
Activities of Women Study Centre:
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2.
3.
4.
5.
The Women Study Centre of the College organized various
activities throughout the session:
A Seminar on "Reproductive Health and Nutrition" was organized
on 4th July, 2007 in the Conference Hall of G.G.M Science
College, Jammu. The guests were Dr. Poonam Dhawan, Director ,
Women Study Centre , University of Jammu and Dr. Chanchal
Gupta, H.O.D Gynecology from Govt. Medical College, Jammu.
Dr. Sadhna Sharma Department of Gynecology, Prof. Neeru Gupta
Department of Physiology, Govt. Medical College, Jammu & Prof.
Hemla Aggarwal from Govt. College for Women Gandhi Nagar,
Jammu were the resource persons. The participants were the
students and faculty from different colleges of Jammu Province.
A two-day workshop on "Content Analysis of the Science Syllabi
towards Women" was organized on 11th and 12th July, 2007, in
which Director Colleges Development Council, University of
Jammu, Dr. Meenakshi Kilam and Director, Women Study Centre,
University of Jammu, Dr. Poonam Dhawan were the Guests. The
aim of the workshop was to study gender bias present in science
books.
One day Gender Sensitizing Awareness Camp was organized in
Kendrya Vidyala, Sunjawan on 9th August 2007. In this camp the
students of 11th and 12th class were given lectures on gender
sensitization. The participants were students and faculty from
various schools and the resource persons from different colleges.
Another one-day Gender Sensitization Awareness Camp was held
in K.V. Bantalab on 16th August, 2007. The participants were
students and faculty and the Resource Persons were Dr. Pooam
Dhawan, Prof. Madhu Gupta and Dr. Sandhya Sankyadhar.
A one-day seminar on "Cyber Crime and Women" was organized
on 29th September, 2007. Dr. Poonam Dhawan, Director CWS,
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University of Jammu and Dr. Devanand Padha, H.O.D Computer
Sciences, University of Jammu were the guests on the occasion.
The Resource Persons were Prof. Pavnesh Abrol, Prof. Lalit Sain
from the Department of Computer Science, University of Jammu
and Dr. Bhawana Arora from the Computer Department of Model
Institute of Engineering and Technology, Jammu.
6.
A one day seminar on Women’s Health and Nutrition was held on
7th February 2008, in which the students and faculty from all the
colleges of Jammu District participated. Resource Persons were
from Jammu Medical College, Associated Hospitals and Acharya
Shri Chandra Chinar Medical College, Jammu.
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Part- C
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DETAILS OF THE PLANS OF THE INSTITUTION FOR THE NEXT
YEAR:
1. Tutorials to be conducted for academically weak students.
2. Students to be motivated to write articles for magazine.
3. Science club to be formed.
4. To organize state level seminar in IT.
5.
Publication of news letter.
6. Documentation of every activity done by the department to be conveyed to
IQAC.
7.
To celebrate Teacher’s Day and other social events to make the students
society- oriented.
8.
To offer co-curricular activities in support of academic programme.
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