1 GOVERNMENT DEGREE COLLEGE PALONCHA KHAMMAM

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GOVERNMENT DEGREE COLLEGE PALONCHA
KHAMMAM DISTRICT
Laxmidevipalli, Paloncha, Khammam district.
SELF STUDY REPORT (SSR)
Submitted to
National Assessment and Accreditation Council
P.O. Box No.1075, Nagarbhavi,
Bangalore-560072, India
CONTENTSUMBERS
PART I
A. Preface
B. Executive Summary
C. Profile of the College
PART II D.Criterion-wise inputs
Criterion I Curricular Aspects
Criterion II Teaching – Learning & Evaluation
Criterion III Research, Consultancy & Extension
Criterion IV Infrastructure & Learning Resource
Criterion V Student Support & Progression
Criterion VI Governance & Leadership
Criterion VII Innovative Practices
PART III E. Evaluative Report of Departments
Department of Commerce
Languages
English
Telugu
Hindi
Arts
Economics
Political Science
History
Sciences
Maths
Physics
Chemistry
Botany
PART IV
F.Abbreviations
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A. PREFACE
Declaration by the Head of the Institution
Place: PALONCHA
Date :
-04-2013
I certify that the data included in this Self-Study
Report (SSR) are true to the best of my knowledge. This
SSR 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 this
SSR during the peer team visit.
Signature of the Head of the institution
with seal
Govt. Degree College
Paloncha
Khammam District. AP
507115
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B.EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
VAmAnka sthitha jAnakI parilasat kOdanda dandam karE
Chakram chOrdhwakareNa bAhu yugaLe sankham saram
dakshiNe
BibhrANam jalajAta patra nayanam bhadrAdri moordhni
sthitham
KEyUrAdi vibhUshitham Raghupatim Sowmitri yuktam Bhaje
Introduction
Andhra Pradesh, where North meets South, is the epitome of national
integrity. The state is known as rice bowl of India.
Of all the districts in the state Khammam has a distinct historicity in many
aspects. Situated in the centre of popular Dandakarnya, the district has the
largest forest area and is known for mythological, political, social and
educational dynamism and historicity. The Godavari River enters Khammam
district from Warangal district and flows nearly 250 km across the district.
The Kinnerasani a tributary of the Godavari river also flows near Paloncha.
Kinnerasani dam is one of the major irrigation projects of the district
Khammam district is the house of Singareni Collieries the biggest coal mining
company in Asia.
The district has the Singareni Colleries head town,
Kothagudem which is also called "Coal town of South India."
Khammam district occupies an area of approximately 16,029 square
kilometres (6,189 sq mi), comparatively equivalent to Canada's Bathurst
Island
In 2006 the Indian government named Khammam one of the country's
250 most backward districts (out of a total of 640). It is one of the thirteen
districts in Andhra Pradesh currently receiving funds from the Backward
Regions Grant Fund Programme (BRGF).
Situated near the lotus feet of Lord Sri Ramachandra in the famous
piligrimage centre Bhadrachalam on the banks of the Godavari, Paloncha
adjoins the coal town to Bhadrachalam the abode of lord Sri Ramachandra.
As a dream of the people of the scheduled area, the college was established by
the Government of Andhra Pradesh in the year 1991 to cater to the higher
educational needs of the poor and marginalized. It was started in the premises
of local Government Junior College building and worked in shift system from
its inception till 2006.
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Across the period of time, the institution has made its own mark through
consistent service to the poor. Well known as one of the affiliated colleges of
Kakatiya University, the college is located in Laxmidevipalli village in the
Scheduled Tribal area on the suburbs of Paloncha industrial city. Paloncha
town is the hub of industrial activity housing a Thermal Power Station owned
by APGENCO, AP Steels, Sponge Iron Unit owned by National Mineral
Development Corporation in public sector, Navabharat Ferro Alloys Ltd and
its allied ventures in private sector.
MILESTONES OF GDC PALONCHA
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The institution provides university education to the girls from the lessprevileged families who would have been drop-outs after Intermediate
but for this college.
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The career guidance cell of the college organizes special lectures on the
subjects that help the students make appropriate choices with regard to
higher education and career opportunities.
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The College has a distinct academic profile which is a blend to of rural
ethos and modern spirit.
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Seminars, special lectures and workshops throughout the year.
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Well equipped building, class rooms and library offers excellent
infrastructure facilities in reading, borrowing and reference to the
students and teachers of all the departments.
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A team of qualified, dedicated and experienced teaching fraternity and
administrative staff works with excellence for the institutional goals.
The students have an open access to reference books.
Computer facilities support the functioning of the college.
Student-centric academic practices like seminars, group discussions,
assignments, project works and educational tours.
Efforts are made with the modern teaching aids such as printers,
scanners, internet, audio-visual aids.
Various committees are formed to ensure effective execution of
curricular and Co curricular activities.
Each faculty member is assigned as a mentor to monitor the student’s
progress.
Language Lab is under proposal for the English department.
Easily accessible and affordable quality university education is imparted
to the first generation college going community.
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The institution has a REVERSE OSOMOSIS WATER PURIFICATION
PLANT to provide safe drinking water to the students and staff round the
clock.
The institution obtains feedback from the students on curriculum and
communicates the same to the university after analyzing them.
Provision of Complaint box at strategic locations.
College is recognized as examination centre of Kakatiya University
The academic counseling and guidance cell provides free counseling.
The college has tried to build rapport with its old students and their
enthusiasm on the college has led to the reinforcement of the “Alumni
Association.”
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The institution publishes and circulates hand book to give wider facility
to the admission process.
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Establishment of well equipped computer laboratories with 10
computers and internet.
AWARDS:
1. There are five distinctions, 20 I classes 3 II classes in Comerce/
2 D. Rajasekhar, an ex-student is the topper in all Government. Degree
Colleges of Khammam Distrct (592/700)
3 Mr. Kunja Ramesh, III B.A (2011-12)represented Kakatiya University
team in the inter-varsity senior National Volley Ball tournaments held
in Coimbatore in Nov,2011
4.. In January, 2013, the following four students of this college
represented the Kakatiya University Volley Ball team in the intervarsity senior National Volley Bll tournaments held in SRM
University, Chennai
1. Kunja Ramesh, Ex-student(Outgone 2011-12)
2 Kottem RaviKiran,III BA,
3. P. Sudhakar, III BA
4. K.Kali Kumar, II BA
5.. K.Ramesh B.A III Yr. of the college represented Kakatiya University in
Senior Inter-varsity National Volley Ball at Bharatiyar University in
Coibatore in December 2011
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.SWOC ANALYSIS OF THE INSTITUTION
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STRENGTHS
Commitment to educate the rural lot and harness their potentials
enabling them to meet the global challenges.
A clear Mission and Vision with established policies and procedures.
Student-centered teaching-learning and intensive advising.
Content and process of core curriculum.
Conducive Institutional environment to build strong relationships
between stakeholders.
Being the government institution, the college collects nominal amount
of special fee and tution fee and that too allowed to be paid in two
instalments for the convenience of backward students.
The institution has an National Service Scheme unit which undertakes
outreach programmes like community service awareness promotion
Kakatiya university’s Examination Centre for not only UG exams but
many PG examinations.
Increasing enrollment for B.Com and its expansion.
Good rapport with the Feeder Colleges.
Convenient locality.
Advance Planning of academic activities & implementation with
efficient communication.
WEAKNESSES
Most of the students are bread-winners of their homes and they are
forced to abstain from college in order to earn wages.
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Low student involvement in Institutional governance and co
curricular Planning.
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Lack of adequate media publicity due to indifference of the local
media stringers towards government institutions.
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Absence of any systematic database till 2010 in spite of 22 years life
span of the institution.
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OPPORTUNITIES
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A functional JKC to impart employability skills to the students.
Staff members can participate in various developmental programmes,
seminars, workshops organized at District, State and National level by
various Institutions and Universities.
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students have opportunity to participate in various sports and cultural
activities to showcase their hidden talent and interact with students of
other in the youth festivals at district level
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Opportunities are provided to the students to exhibit their skills in their
area of specialization.
 Jawahar Knowledge Centre Monitoring Cell at District provides
opportunities to students to attend the placement-drives and walk-ins
as and when recruitments come handy.
 Flexible and concessional fees to the students.
 Curriculum expansion.
CHALLENGES
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Collaboration with philanthropic institutes is needed for upliftment of
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educational standards.
 The students being from the marginalized families where the parental
care and domestic encouragement is far below the optimum, it is a
challenge to provide them healthy motivation to higher life and
sustain it against odds.
 To impart seriousness and attract the attention of the students to the
concepts of excellence, responsible citizenship, democratic
temperament and life skills like time-management and problemsolving.
 To tackle the problems arising from students’ attitude through
counseling.
 To build up a reliable data-base to assess and project the institution
properly
 Innovative practices for students of various streams.
 Organize faculty training program to empower and enable the use of
various innovative tools and technology for improved teaching and
learning.
 develop global perspectives among students.
 develop Community outreach, Curriculum expansion and technical
Supports.
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PROFILE OF THE AFFILIATED COLLEGE
01
Name and address of the college
GOVT.DEGREE
COLLEGE PALONCHA
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For communication:
LAXMIDEVIPALLI,
PALONCHA POST.
KHAMMAM DISTRICT.
ANDHRA PRADESH
PIN CODE - 507115
PRINCIPAL
Designation Name
Telephone
with STD code
03
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08744 - 254439
Mobile
9441079957
Fax :
Email :
08744254439
[email protected]
Principal
R.Venkati
Vice Principal
NAAC Steering Committee Coordinator
Website of the college
Status of the of Institution
(Affiliatedcollege/Affiliate/Constituent
college /Any other (specify) :
Does not exist
www.gdcpaloncha.org
Affiliated
Type of Institution:
a. By Gender
(For Men/Women/Co-education)N
Co-education
b.By shift :
(Regular/Day/N)
Regular
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05. Is it a recognized minority institution?
06 Source of funding: (Government/
Grant-in-aid /Self-financing/ Any other
NO
Government
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a. Date of establishment of the college :
(18-11-1991)
b. University to which the college is
affiliated /or which governs the college
: (If it is a constituent college)
KAKATIYA
UNIVERSITY
c. Details of UGC recognition:
(Enclose the Certificate of recognitions u/s
2 (f) and 12 (B) of the UGC Act)
Recognised under
section 2(f)
section
12(B).
Enclosed.
8.
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d. Details of recognition/approval by
statutory/regulatory bodies other
than UGC (ICTE, NCTE, MCI, : NA
DCI, PCI, RCI etc.
(Enclose the recognition/approval letter)
Not applicable
Does the affiliating university Act
provide for conferment of autonomy by
the UGC (as recognized) on its affiliated
colleges?
Yes
If yes, has the College applied for
availing the autonomous status?
No
Is the college recognized?
a. by UGC as a College with Potential
for Excellence (CPE)?
If yes, date of
recognition:
Not recognised
b.,for its performance by any other
governmental agency? If yes, date of
NO
Oct
2008
Nov
2008
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recognition:
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Location of the campus and area in
sq.mts:
(* Urban, Semi-urban, Rural, Tribal,
Hilly Area, Any others specify)
Tribal
Area :: Total area
10 Acres 37 Guntas
Building area :
1815 Sq, Mts
11. Facilities available on the campus (Tick the available facility and
provide numbers or other details at appropriate places) or 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 : NIL
Sports facilities
Play Ground yes
Swimming pool : NO
Gymnasium :
NO
Hostel
Boys’ hostel :
Yes (Managed by students.)
i. Number of hostels :
01
ii. Number of inmates :
100
iii. Facilities (Mention available facilities): Rooms,
Ceiling
fans,
Water,
Bath
rooms
Girls Hostel
NO
i. Number of hostels :
NIL
ii. Number of inmates :
NA
iii. Facilities (Mention available facilities): NA
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Working women’s Hostel
i. Number of hostels :
NIL
ii. Number of inmates :
NA
iii. Facilities (Mention available facilities): NA
Residential facilities for teaching and non-teaching staff (give numbers)
available -- cadre wise) :
Not available
Cafeteria :
Canteen facilities outside the campus available within a
200 metres of distance. However there is no cafeteria
within the campus
Health centre :
First aid, Inpatient, Outpatient, Emergency care facility, Ambulance :
A first aid box available in the college. Yearly once,free medical check up is
done by the nearest medical officer.
Health centre staff – Not applicable
Qualified Doctor, Qualified Nurse : Not applicable
Facilities like banking, post office, book shops
Banking, post office, book shop available within one kilometer distance.
Transport facilities to cater to the needs of students and staff
APSRTC request- bus stop and private auto-rickshaws
Animal house :
No
Biological waste disposal : No
Generator or other facility for management/regulation of electricity and
voltage :N0
Solid waste management facility :
Waste water management :
Water harvesting : Nil
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NIL
Yes
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12. Details of programmes offered by the college (Give data for current
academic year)
Sl. Progra-mme Name
Dura- Entry
*Medium Sanctioned/ No.of
No. Level
of the
tion
QualiOf
Approved
students
Prografication
Instru
Student
admitted
mme/
Ction
strength
Course
01 Under
B.Com 3 Yrs IntermeTelugu
60
19
Graduate
(Gen)
diate with
Any combination
B.Com 3 Yrs IntermeTelugu
60
32
(CA)
diate with
Any combination
B.Sc.
3 Yrs IntermeTelugu
30
18
(MPC)
diate with
MPC
B.Sc.
3 Yrs IntermeTelugu
30
10
(BZC)
diate
With BPC
B.A
3 Yrs Intermediate Telugu
60
42
(GEN)
with
Any combination
B.A
3 Yrs IntermeTelugu
60
00
(CA)
diate
with
Any combination
02 Post
NIL
Graduate
03 M.Phil
NIL
04 Ph.D
NIL
05 Other
NIL
Research
programmes
* Instruction is offered in Telugu medium but the students are free to take their
university examination in English Medium also
13. Does the college offer Self-financed Programmes?
The college does not offer any self-financed programmes but offers two restructured courses.
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B.A (Computer Applications)
B.Com(Computer Applications)
14. New programmes introduced in the college during the last five years if
any?
The following programmes were introduced in the following years
B.Sc.(MPC)
B.Sc.(BZC)
B.A.(CA)
B.Com(CA)
2009-10
2009-10
2008-09
2008-09
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.)
Particulars UG
PG Research
Science
06
NA NA
Chemistry
Physics
Botany
Zoology
Maths
Computer Applications
Arts
03
NA NA
Economics
Political Science
History
Commerce
Any other
02 teachers
NIL
NA NA
16. Number of Programmes offered under (Programme means a degree
course like BA, B.Sc, MA, and M.Com…)
a. Annual system :
b. Semester system :
c. Trimester system
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06
NA
NA
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17. Number of Programmes with
a. Choice Based Credit System :
b. Inter/Multidisciplinary Approach :
c. Any other (specify and provide details) :
NIL
NA
NA
18. Does the college offer UG and/or PG programmes in Teacher
Education? : No
If yes,
a. Year of Introduction of the programme(s)
and number of batches that completed the programme
NA
b. NCTE recognition details (if applicable)
NA
c. Is the institution opting for assessment and accreditation of Teacher :
Education Programme separately?
No
19. Does the college offer UG or PG programme in Physical Education? :
No
If yes,
a. Year of Introduction of the programme(s)
and number of batches that completed the programme NA
b. NCTE recognition details (if applicable) NA
c. Is the institution opting for assessment and accreditation of Physical
Education : Programme separately?
NA
20. Number of teaching and non-teaching positions in the Institution
Positions
Teaching Faculty
Non
Techteaching nical
Profe- Associate AsstM F
M F
ssor
.Prof
Prof
M f
M
F
M
F
Sanctioned by
00 00 00 00 #17
09
00 00
UGC/Uvty/State
Govt
(#includes Principal)
Recruited **
Yet to recruit
Sanctioned by
00 00 00
Manageament/society
Other bodies
Recruited
00
.
00
07
04
00
06 05
01
00
03
00
00 00
15
Yet to recruit
** includes temporary teachers
21. Qualifications of the teaching staff:
Highest
ProAssociate
Qualification
fessor
Professor
Male Female Male Female
Permanent Teachers
D.Sc/D.Litt
Ph.D
M.Phil
PG*
(includes Principal)
Temporary teachers
Ph.D
M.Phil
PG
Assistant.
Total
Professor
Male Female
00
00
00
02
03
02
00
04
04
01
01
00
04
01
05
Part-time teachers
Ph.D
M.Phil
PG
00
00
00
22. Number of Visiting Faculty /Guest
Faculty engaged with the College. :
01
23. Furnish the number of the students admitted to the college during the last
four academic years.
Year 2
Categories 2009-10
SC
ST
OBC
General
Others*
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Male
8
73
10
1
2
Female
6
13
7
2
1
Year 3
2010-11
Year 4
2011-12
Male
12
57
12
0
2
Female
2
12
7
0
0
Male
5
52
5
3
0
Year 4
2012-13
Female
4
6
9
0
2
Male
12
64
06
02
03
Female
04
15
09
00
03
16
Strength particulars for the last four academic years
* includes minorities.
ST& Non-ST students for the academic year 2012-13
Categories 2009-10
ST
Others*
.
86
37
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
109
39
18
24
79
36
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Pie Chart showing ST& Non-ST students for the academic year 2012-13
Graphical representation of strength of ST & others
24. Details on students’ enrollment in the college during the current
academic Year (2012-13):
Type of students
UG PG M. Phil Ph. D Total
Students from the
349 00 00
00
00
Same state where the college
Is located
Students from other
00 00 00
00
00
.
18
States of India
NRI students
Foreign students
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
25. Dropout rate in UG and PG (Average of the last two batches):
Dropout rate in UG courses
Course
No. of
dropouts
(Avg.of
2 batches)
BA (GEN)
13
B.Com (GEN) 07
B.A (CA)
07
B.Com (CA)
04
B.Sc.(MPC)
05
B.Sc.(BZC)
08
PG
Dropout
rate
14.5
24.5
38.2
23.5
66.6
48
Not applicable
26. Unit Cost of Education
(Unit cost = total annual recurring expenditure (actual) divided by total
number of students enrolled )
(a) Including the salary component := 30,578/(b) Excluding the salary component = 979/27. Does the college offer any programmes in distance education mode
(DEP)? :
NO
If yes,
a. is it a registered centre for offering distance education programmes of :
another University
NA
b. Name of the University which has granted such registration. : NA
Number of programmes offered :
NA
c. Programmes carry the recognition of the Distance Education Council. :
NA
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28. Provide Teacher-student ratio for each of the Programme/course
offered :
B.Com :
1: 55
B.Sc (MPC): 1:8
B.Sc(BZC) : 1:18
BA (GEN) : 1:50
BA(CA):
1: 40
29. Is the college applying for Accréditation/ Re-Assessment :
(Cycle 1 Cycle 2 Cycle 3 Cycle 4)
Cycle.1
30. Date of accreditation* Not applicable
(applicable for Cycle 2, Cycle 3, Cycle 4 and re-assessment
31. Number of working days during the last academic year. : 223
32. Number of teaching days during the last academic year :: 197
Working days as per University calendar 223 minus exam.days26)
(Teaching days means days on which lectures were engaged excluding the
examination days)
33. Date of establishment of Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC)
12-11-2012
34. Details regarding submission of Annual Quality Assurance Reports
(AQAR) to NAAC.
NA
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)
NO
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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,staffand other
stakeholders.
VISION.
Building a reliable qualitative higher educational institute for the students of
the agency area especially those from tribal communities.
MISSION:
 The college strives to expand access for all sections of the community
to higher education with a policy commitment t excellence.
 To cater to the academic needs of the students at UG level with an
Institutional planning and university curriculum implementation.
 To practice innovative teaching methods like student seminar, study
projects, lecture demonstration methods etc.
 Giving value education.
 To motivate and organize students for self learning
OBJECTIVES:
 To raise stake holder’s awareness of global issues providing new
learning opportunities.
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To Enhance, Enrich and Empower the communicational and
computational
 skills amongst rural student’s community.
 To maintain academic standards through creative and innovative
teaching.
Communication to Students, Teachers, Staff and the stakeholders:
Vision, Mission and Objectives are the spirit of the institution and they speak
out the purpose, strength and conviction. They are displayed on the notice
Boards and published in the College handbook.
1.1.2
How does the institution develop and deploy action plans for effective
imple -mentation of the curriculum? Give details of the process and
substantiate through specific example(s).
To Develop the Action plans:
 As an affiliated College, the curriculum designed by KAKATIYA
Uni-versity is followed. However, the College diligently follows the
academic calendar prescribed by the University to complete the
syllabus on time. Efforts are made to impart various skills to the
students and imbibe research culture among them through studentcentric practices like group seminars and presentations, subject wise
quiz programmes etc.
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In the beginning of the academic year, INSTITUTIONAL plan is
prepared and each subject/activity is assigned to designated staff.
Deployment of Action plan:
 Time table is set at the beginning of the academic year accommodating
all the subjects/papers with specified number of hours for each
subject.
 The staff are responsible for completing the portion within the
stipulated time.
 Each faculty prepares individual lesson plan for each topic in the
papers they handle.
 Department-wise review meetings are conducted.
 Periodic meetings are conducted by the Principal to review the action
plan.
Graphical representation of the timeline for effectively implementing the
action plan on Curriculum: I
Name of the paper: Corporate Accounting
Month
Total Hours
Total
Hours Completed syllabus
Coverage (%)
June
15
12
July
August
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
Total coverage
144
15
15
18
05
20
23
20
11
02
144
11
11
12
05
15
15
12
05
02
100 %
Example. III Year for a subject (B.Com)
Name of the Paper
Corporate Accounting
Total No. of hours of allotted :: 144
Number of units 05
Number of staff covering their subjects 01
Average No.of hours/Unit
29
Number of hours of class per week
05 Hrs.
Umber of Unit tests conducted
03
Number of terminal examinations conducted: 2
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No. of pre-final(model)examinations conducted 01
This pattern is followed for each subject quantitatively.
Exmple.2
Type of teaching with examples
 Assignment based learning:: Accounting Standard
 skill based : Preparation of company final accounts Seminar ::
Issue of bonus shares
Accounting standards
This pattern is followed for each subject qualitatively to achieve effective
implementation of the curriculum.
2. P H Y S I C S
Name of the paper: Mechanics And Waves and Oscillation
Month
Total Hours
Total
Hours Completed syllabus
Coverage (%)
July
12
08
August
24
17
September
20
13
142
October
10
06
November
25
18
December
25
18
January
16
14
February
10
06
Total coverage
142
100 %
Example. III Year for physics B.SC.(MPC)
Name of the Paper
Mechanics And Waves and Oscillation
Total No. of hours of allotted :: 142
Number of units 04
Number of staff covering their subjects 01
Average No .of hours/Unit
35
Number of hours of class per week
07 Hrs.
Umber of Unit tests conducted
04
Number of terminal examinations conducted : 2
No. of pre-final(model)examinations conducted 01
This pattern is followed for each subject quantitatively.
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Exmple.2
Type of teaching with examples

Assignment based learning:: Variation of acceleration due to
gravity
with topography
 Professional: skill based learning: Stoke’s Theorem
 Study project :: Biography of scientists
 Seminar :: Motion of a rocket
 Research based learning :Study project on
variation of surface tension with temperature
This pattern is followed for each subject qualitatively to achieve effective
implementation of the curriculum.
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?
As an affiliated College, the curriculum prescribed by the Kakatiya University
is followed for all the courses offered. The faculty are allowed adequate
operational flexibility and freedom to design various class-room delivery
mechanisms like seminars, subject-quiz, peer teaching, charts, involving the
students in preparation of material for fulfilling the teaching part.
With regard to evaluation part, the institution holds meetings with all the
faculty members and facilitates a democratic environment to determine and
finalise schedules of internal tests and terminal examinations and conduct of
curricular and co-curricular activities.
The institution meets the expenditure (to the limit of availability of funds) like
receiving of guests, refreshments, lunch, cost of books/token gifts incurred for
conduct of programmes like extension lectures, blood donation camp etc.
The curriculum is transacted keeping in view the institutional vision, mission
and objectives. Students’ employability skills, student centric teaching
learning practices are being followed for effective delivery of curriculum.
Teachers are deputed for various workshops, refresher courses and orientation
programmes organized by different Colleges or University.
Procedural:
The University forms an Academic Calendar that specifies the duration, the
date of commencement and end of Academic year, examination slot. Besides,
the University also circulates various notifications.
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Practical:
The Institution provides library and e-learning facilities to the faculty for the
effective delivery of the curriculum.
The Institution provides the infrastructural facilities for staff which includes
staff room, Computers, library, lab and class rooms,
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.
The initiatives taken up or contribution made by the institution for effective
curriculum delivery are as follows:
Each faculty member is advised to make Power Point Presentations using the
computers available for effective curriculum delivery.
Staff members are also encouraged to use Audio and Visual aids for the
teaching to be more effective as well as impressive
Our faculty members visit and interact with the senior faculty members of the
neighouring degree college GDC, Bhadrachalam, GDC Kothagudem,
SCWomen’s College,Kothagudem
1.1.5
How does the institution network and interact with beneficiaries such as
industry, research bodies and the university in effective
operationalization of the curriculum?
The college organized industrial tour an field trip for effective
operationalization of the curriculum. However there are no formal
arrangements like MoU/ MoA with any agency.
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, student
feedback, teacher feedback, stakeholder feedback provided, specific
suggestions etc.
The teachers of the College are not on the Board of studies of the University.
However based on the feedback obtained from the students on the curriculum,
efforts are made by the faculty to interact with the Chairpersons, Deans and of
the University for changes in the curriculum as per the need.
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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
The College does not offer any Programme/course for which it has to design
the Curriculum as it is an affiliated college.
1.1.8
How does institution analyze/ensure that the stated objectives of curriculum are achieved in the course of implementation?
The Institution ensures the materialization of the objectives of the curriculum
through the critical analysis of the following:

Student Performance:–
Topic-wise slip tests, Unit tests, Project work, presentations, class room
seminars and peer-teaching, skill based programmes and curriculum
based
training.

Achievements of Faculty:– The faculty are encouraged to undertake
research through minor and major research projects in the areas of
specialization, make paper presentations and publications in reputed
journals

Overall Performance of the Institution:- Participation in various
cultural
activities, competitive exams enabled stakeholders’ benefits,
progression
of alumni and good will for the institution.
Awareness Programme:– Health and Hygiene, Computer Awareness, HIV
Environmental Issues, Women Empowerment.

Social Service to the Community:– Conducting outreach activities such
as
Blood donation, leadership training porograme, red-ribbon club and
special
winter camps by NSS unit in order to serve the society.
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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 academic programmes prescribed by the university are in line with the
Institutional goals and objectives. As part of the University curriculum, the
following subjects are common for all the students and a pass in those papers
in the year-end university examination is mandatory for the students to obtain
the degree.
I year students of all degree programmes except Computer
Application
Introduction to Computers ::
I Yr. students of all degree programmes
Contemporary Indian Economy , Polity And Society::
II Yr. students of all degree programmes
i. Environmental Studies:
ii. Office Automation:
III Yr. students of all degree programmes
Science and Civilisation:
The institution also organizes life-skill development programmes,
seminars,
workshops on psycho-social problems of immediate contemporary relevance.
1.2.2
Does the institution offer programmes that facilitate twinning /dual
degree? If ‘yes', give details.
As of now, the institution does not offer programmes that facilitate twinning/
dual degree.
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
skillsdevelopment, academic mobility, progression to higher studies and
improved potential for employability.
•Choice Based Credit System and range of subject options
• Courses offered in modular form
• Credit transfer and accumulation facility
•Lateral and vertical mobility within and across programmes and courses
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•Enrichment courses
The following electives are offered by Kakatiya University in Economics
and the students one of them.
Course Electives offered
Electives chosen
By the University
By the college
BA
1 Public Economics
1 Public Economics
III Yr. 2.EconomicStatistics
Only
3.Public Finance &
International Trade
4.Rural Development
5.International
Economics.
6.Quantitative
Techniques
7.Micro-level
Planning & Industry
However the University has not yet made provision for the introduction
ofChoice-based Credit System or horizontal mobility practices. They will be
adopted by the College as and when the University makes provision for such
practices.
1.2.4
Does the institution offer self-financed programmes? If ‘yes’, list them
and indi-cate how they differ from other programmes, with reference to
admission, cur-riculum, fee structure, teacher qualification, salary etc.
The college as of now does not offer any self-financed course but offers the
following re-structured course.
i.B.A. (Computer Applicatons)
i. B.Com (Computer Applicatons)
These courses do not differ from other porogrammes with reference to
admission, curriculum and teacher qualification but the salary of the teachers
of these courses is paid as honorarium @ Rs.100/- per hour subject to
maximum of 7200/- from the amount of fee paid by the students.
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Courses
B.A
B.Com
B.Sc.
BA(CA)
B.Com(CA)
Fee payable Fee payable to Fee payable to
As Spl.Fee University
Govt.as Tution fee
650/350/500/650/650/Plus
*3000/-
450/350/-
500/500/-
* Fee Amount is additional for re-structured courses.
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?.
Currently the institution does not offer any skill-oriented programmes
however efforts are being made in this direction in establishing JKC labs in
the next year.
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?
Yes. The university provides for flexibility of combining the conventional
face-to face and distance mode of education. The students who studied part of
the regular courses in the college can continue their course through School
of Distance Learning and Continuing Education. The faculty advise and
encourage the students who are at the risk of drop-outs to continue their
studies under distance mode.
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1.3 CURRICULUM ENRICHMENT
1.3.1
Describe the efforts made by the institution to supplement the
University’s Curriculum to ensure that the academic programmes and
Institution’s goals and objectives are integrated?
Goals:
 To make education affordable.
 To uplift the students to meet the challenges globally.
Objectives:

To raise stakeholder’s awareness of global issues Providing new
learning
Opportunities

To Enhance, Enrich and Empower communicational and
computational skills
amongst rural student’s community.

To maintain academic standards through creative and innovative
teaching.
In order to integrate institution goals and objectives with the university
Curriculum, the academic programs are designed in the form of calendar of
events and accordingly it is executed in the following ways:


Recruitment of required faculty to teach syllabus in case of Guest
Faculty subjects.
 Conduction of seminars and workshops from resource persons.
 Academic plans are prepared.
 Conducting periodical tests.
 Mentor wards system.
 Providing lab and library facilities.
 Work diaries are maintained by each teacher,
Feedback from the students are collected every year.
Workshops are conducted to impart knowledge on psycho-social
problems,
personal hygiene , career options , legal aspects, women empowerment
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 toneeds of the dynamic employment market?
The efforts made by the institution are as follows:
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For Curriculum modificaton:
Feedback obtained is studied and analyzed (discussed in the departments with
more than one teacher) Accordingly, necessary recommendations are
communicated through the Principal/faculty of the institute attending the
meeting in the affiliating university or through Members of Board of Studies
for improving the curriculum.
Enrichment:
Institution is planning to start career oriented /value added courses (ADdONS) in various related areas.
Departmental libraries maintain reference books. The practical/training aspect
is given special emphasis in courses where desired: Proposals are submitted to
establish laboratories with latest and sophisticated equipment so that the
students have sufficient exposure in handling, Such exposures drives towards
destination of success.
Organizing:
The Academic calendar is prepared by a committee of senior faculty headed
by Principal in consultation with all teachers. Jawahar Knowledge Centre
conducts special trainings for employment skills. Personality development
programmes, various seminars and workshops are organized so that the outgoing students can meet the job-market demands
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?
The Institution takes necessary efforts in the form of seminars, workshops,
discussions for the following issues:
a) Gender Sensitization: The women students form a very big chunk of the student strength of the
college. More than 95 percent of them hail from Koya and Lambada
communities which are Scheduled Tribes. These communities are in the
process of transition from tradition-bound life-styles to so- called mainstream
urbanized civil life. All the girls are the first generation college-going women
of the family,
With an aim to provide proper guidance to the girls students on several
important issues, Women empowerment cell of the college takes up
counseling with the girls students every year to sensitize them on the problems
like health, personal hygiene, domestic imbalances and behavioural
problems,
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The anti ragging cell takes care of indecent behaviour to the opposite sex
and other women grievances.
The selection of study topics in English, Telugu and Hindi is made with a
view to introduce the students to the recent literary trends and movements
related to the gender issues.
b) Climate change:
NSS unit of the college sensitizes the students on issues like Global warming,
air & water pollution, ecology & environment through awareness
programmes, special 7 day winter camp and clean and green drives with
active participation of the students.
c) Environmental Education:
Environmental studies is a compulsory subject in the university curriculum.
Though there are no any planned programmes on Environmental awareness,
Faculty promote awareness among students on environment-related issues
d) Human rights: Indian Constitution is an integral part of the University
curriculum. Department of Political Science submitted proposal to conduct
one-day work shop on human rights in the year 2013-14.
e) ICT: Introduction to computers, a compulsory subject enables the students
to learn the latest technology which can help them to make a better future.
Faculty are advised to use ICT tools like OHP as a part of effective teaching.
Computer labs are provided to the students.
1.3.4
What are the various value-added courses/enrichment programmes
offered to ensure holistic development of students?
• Moral and ethical values/ employable and life skills
• better career options •
 community orientation.
While conducting literary events like essay-writing and elocution, topics are
design-ned in such a way as to drive the students’ thoughts to the concepts like
human excellence, healthy society, noble citizen, universal brotherhood. The
reading room provides many small books of Ramakrishna Math on life of
Vivekananda, topics like, meditation, concentration, character-building et al.
Moral and Ethical values: The college NSS team regularly visits
surrounding
areas and villages to promote awareness on various social, moral, ethical
principles and ways of life. The Students are also motivated to participate
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inout-reach program-mme organized by NSS. They participated in Pulse polio
Programme.
Employable and Life Skills: The College realizes the importance of training
for students aiming at better career options. Therefore the institution, with the
support of the Commissionerate of Collegiate Education, runs Jawahar
Knowledge Centre a separate cell which arranges special classes on
Communication Skills, verbal and non-verbal reasoning and computer skills.
JKC runs two batches every year one from August to Oct and the other in May
with special focus on out-going students. ‘Degree in one hand and job letter in
another’ is the motto of JKC. It has a separate curriculum which is designed
by the State JKC cell under the guidance of CCE in such a way that the outgoing JKC trained students get through the placement tests, interviews of
various recruiting bodies. The JKC has a mentor paid by the Govt. of Andhra
Pradesh and Guest English Mentor and JKC coordinator are paid from the
nominal fee paid by the JKC students.
Better Career Options:
Apart from JKC, college has in place a career and guidance cell which
organizes special awareness programmes every year to sensitize the students
on different career options in different areas.
Community Orientation: The college NSS unit conducts a 7-day special
winter camp every year in one of the surrounding villages with a view to
expose the volun-teers to the practical aspects of community life and impart
them leadership skills, problem-solving etc as well as promoting awareness on
various social, moral, ethical principles and ways of life and general
awareness among the general public.
1.3.5
Citing a few examples enumerate on the extent of use of the feedback
from stakeholders in enriching the curriculum?
As of now the feed back is obtained only from students since the
communication channels and interaction with the alumni and parents are yet to
be established.
Students
Feedback forms are designed for students to bring out their understanding of
the course content vis-a-vis their expectations, comfort level and to indicate
gaps envisaged by them. Student feedback is taken after completion of around
50% syllabus of each subject, usually at the end of September each year.
Example:
In Telugu-II paper, the poem DESA CHARITRALU by Sri Sri is a
repetition.The same was prescribed for the students of Andhra Pradesh in
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Intermediate. The same can be replaced by another poem so that the space
could be better utilized.
Parents:
Parents meetings were called for three times in the recent past but as the
parents did not turn up for the meeting, feedback could not be collected and
analysed..
Academic Peers:
Feedback is collected informally from the visiting faculty, guest faculty and
permanent faculty of neighbouring institutions. Usually the feedback is
informal and oral. The feedback of students, faculty, are analyzed in the light
of course content, design, syllabus, lecturers involvement and quality of
teaching. Necessary changes in the course content expressed in the feedback
will be sent to the University and feedback on the teacher’s quality helps the
teachers in improving their performance
1.3.6
How does the institution monitor and evaluate the quality of its
enrichment programmes?
1.The Principal and incharges of the departments conduct periodical meetings
with the other members.
2. Submission of academilc records to the Principal/incharge.
The institution monitors and evaluates quality of its enrichment programmes
through the following activities for which a few examples are give under:
Examples are from Telugu Subject.
Assignment
Kumaraastra Vidya Pradasanam
Sandhulu, samaasaaalu(grammr)
Alankaaraalu (prosody)
projects:
Girijana Janapaa Geyalu- Sekarana ,Viselshana
Telugu sametalu-sekarana
Skill based learning :: Preparation of company final accounts skill based
learning Web-based project on Successful Indian women enterpreneurs
Mentoring classes:
In house and Out house. (counselling)
Guest lecturers:
Telugu Bhasa Pracheena vaibhavam-samakaaleena ststhithuluby Dr.Kavuri
Papaiah Sastry on 29-8-2012
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Workshop:
Psycho-social problems in adolescent women in rural areas by Dr.
T.D.Vimala. Principal, SRAS GDC, Kothagudem
S. No Date
1.
2
SEMINARS/TRAINING PROGRAMMES
4-11-2011 Impact of LPG by Dr. Koteswr RAo, GDC, Yellandu
29-08-2012 Telugu Bhasha Dinotsavam by Dr.Kavuri Papaiah
Sastry, Rte.Lecturers, GDC,Bhadrachalam
3
15-09-2012 Hindi bhaasha ki vissthatha by Dr. Indira, SCWC,
Kothagudem
4
19-12-12 Capital Budgeting by Dr.V.Narasimha Kumar,
5
19-12-12 Single Entry System by Dr.V.Narasimha Kumar,
6.
21-12-12 Karl-Marx-Communism by Sri Vekateswar Reddy,
GDC, Nelakondapalli
7.
12-12-12 Seminar on ‘Mind your Mind’ by Dr. T.D. Vimala.
Principal,
SRAS GDC, Kothagudem
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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?
Government Degree College, Paloncha adopts the curriculum prescribed by
Kakatiya University. However, feedback on curriculum from student-teacher
Interactions and advices from academic peers are recorded and discussed in
the Board of Studies meetingts of the university.The college has restructured
courses and follows K.U syllabus. The college caters to rural students and
concentrates on improving the standards of rural students by conducting
continuous assessment of academic progression through Slip tests, unit tests,
terminal and pre-final examination, net-based projects, assignments, study
projects, workshops on various activities, Expert classes, revisionary classes,
remedial classes for slow learners and bridge course classes
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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?
Yes, feedback is obtained from students and the same is analyzed by the
teachers concerned. All constructive suggestions for the curricular
improvements and up-gradation are considered & discussed with academic.
Such outcomes and suggestions are conveyed to the university through our
faculty representatives during meetings organized by university.
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? Any other relevant information regarding
curricular aspects which the college would like to include.
The College has introduced the following new programmes in the recent past.
There is more demand among the students for courses with computerknolwedge and in tune with the students’ interest and employability
enhancement, the University has permitted the following programmes.
S.No.
Course
01.
B.A. (CA) restructured programme
Years
2008-09
02
B.Com (CA) restructured programme 2008-09
03
B.Sc.(MPC) programme
2009-10
04
B.Sc.(BZC) programme
2009-10
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CRITERION-II
TEACHING LEARNING & EVALUATION
2.1 STUDENT ENROLLMENT AND PROFILE:
2.1.1
How does the college ensure publicity and transparency in the admission
process?
The college is taking the following steps for admission:
1. Publicity:
a. Notice Board: College admission schedule and all details of admission
rules and procedure are displayed on the college notice board right from
the date of reopening of college to the date of closure of admission
b. Admission Campaigns
Faculty members of the institution visit the following feeder Junior
colleges and villages to meet the students and enlighten them on the
advantages of taking admission in our college. During these visits, the
faculty explain them the advantages which the students can enjoy by
studying in the institution. Simple admission rules and procedures are
very explained to them.
i) GJC, Paloncha
ii) GJC, Mulakalapalli
iii) GJC, Kukunur
c. Handbook
The handbook is published in a sizeable number along with the admission
forms and distributed to the aspirant students to have better understanding of
the courses offered by the institution for study. The details of courses of
offered, faculty, fee structure etc. are furnished in the handbook for the
information of aspirants.
d. press notes.
In regional newspapers, press notes are published on the details of the
college, courses offered and admission process.
e. Any other (specify)
Most of the faculty members are those promoted from junior colleges and so
they have good personal rapport with many of the Junior Lecturers and
Principal of Government Junior Colleges. With their help, our teachers
assemble all the out-going Interemdiate students in their respective colleges
and explain them the courses offered by the college, facilities and other details
and pamphlets are distributed in the vicinity.
2. Transparency:
The fee structure and the concession details are provided to the students in the
hand book. The fee structure is fixed by the Commissioner of Collegiate
Education, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad common to all the Government
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Degree Colleges in the state. The details are highly transparent to the
stakeholders.
3.Process of admission:
The college office sells application forms to the aspirants @ Rs.1/-each as
fixed by Govt. The aspirants of different courses approach the lecturers
concerned who are student-friendly. The lecturers give them all the needed
information and clarify their doubts and also guide them on as to what will be
future study options/career options available in each course/programme. Most
of the student aspirants seek the help of our teachers right from the instance of
filling in the admission forms.
Counselling and verification of certificates submitted by the students is done
by the admission committees constituted with teachers. Student-profile
information is also collected form the student at the time of admission itself.
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.
For all courses admissions are made on merit. The students are selected for
admission on the basis of marks they have obtained in the qualifying
examinations like intermediate/XII STD (CBSE/ICSE).
Fee concession is given to SC, ST, BC students. Rule of reservation in vogue
as per the Government of Andhra Pradesh norms for SC, ST, BC, PHC and
NCC is followed in admissions.
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.
S.No. Course
01
02
03
04
05
06
.
Minimum
Marks
B.A.(Gen)
Pass in Inter (i.e.,35%aggregate)
B.A.(CA)
Pass in Inter (i.e.,35%aggregate)
B.Com (Gen Pass in Inter (i.e.,35%aggregate)
B.Com (CA) Pass in Inter (i.e.,35%aggregate)
B.Sc. (MPC Pass in Inter (i.e.,35%aggregate)
B.Sc (BZC) Pass in Inter (i.e.,35%aggregate)
Maximum
Marks
No bar
No bar
No bar
No bar
No bar
No bar
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Usually the Colleges under Kakatiya University require 35% aggregate marks
in the qualifying examination as the minimum score required for admission
into undergraduate courses. And there is no bar on the maximum percentage
of marks for course
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?
Review of admission process and Student profile:
At present the detailed information of each student is collected at the time of
admission itself in student profile forms. The subject-in charge teachers of
respective courses informally analyze the following at students’ individual
level as and when needed for counseling and guiding and in rendering
remedial help. However the institution is planning to set up a mechanism to
record the review findings of the admission process and student profile
hereafter annually.
i. Academic background
ii. Curricular / Extra-curricular Activities
iii. Levels of Disability
iv. Economic status
v. Familiar background
Outcome:
With the help of the information on domestic background of the students, our
teachers understand their limitation and hindrances in the path of sustained
learning. Thus the teachers are trying to fill up learning gaps and suggesting
them remedies to master each difficult topic/task.
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 15%
 ST 07
 OBC 27
 WOMEN 33
 DIFFERENTLY ABLED 03
 ECONOMICALLY WEAKER SECTIONS
 MINORITY COMMUNITY
 ANY OTHER (ATHELETS AND SPORTS PERSONS ) what percentage
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(a) SC / ST
As per government policy the institutes follows Merit cum roaster system to
ensure social equality to students of SC and ST communities. SC students
have 15% reservation in admissions and STs have 07% .Around 90% of the
students are from SC/ST communities
(b) OBC
OBCs have 27% reservation in admissions. Since the total applications are less
than the available seats in each programme, all OBCs have been getting
admissions during the last four years.
(c) Women
As per the government policy, women are entitled to 33% reservation in
admissions. Sixty percent of the college students are women.
(c) Differently-abled
The differently-abled students are entitled to 3% reservation in admissions.
They are given admission to any courses of their choice.
(d) Economically-weaker sections
More than ninety percent of students belong to the economically weaker
sections. They are eligible to Scholarships for EBC students offered by the
Government of Andhra Pradesh.
(e) Sports personnel
The admission rules provide for a three percent of reservation under sports
quota in admissions.
Representation of different categories in admissions at under graduate level in
the current year :
Category
2012- 13
SC
12
ST
64
WOMEN
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Difftly.abled
01
Eco.weaker sections/OBCs 06
Minority community
03
7. Any other
02
8.Total admissions
118
Number of seats are available for all the above categories in UG programmes
as per university rules.
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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..
Programmes
Number of
Number of
Demand
Applications Students admitted Ratio
UG
*Less than
1.BA(Gen)2012-13 42
42
1
2011-12
47
47
2010-11
49
49
2009-10
58
58
2.BA(CA) 2012-13
2011-12
2010-11
2009-10
00
00
18
18
00
09
18
18
*Less than
1
3.B.Com 2012-13
(Gen) 2011-12
2010-11
2009-10
10
10
12
33
10
10
12
33
*Less than
1
4.B.Com 2012-13
(CA) 2011-12
2010-11
2009-10
32
09
14
17
32
09
14
17
*Less than
1
5.B.Sc. 2012-13
(MPC) 2011-12
2010-11
2009-10
18
06
07
07
18
06
07
07
*Less than
1
6.B.Sc. 2012-13
(BZC) 2011-12
2010-11
2009-10
10
15
15
21
10
15
15
21
*Less than
1
Others like
P.G, M.Phil etc
NOT
APPLICABLE
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
The number of applications received is less than the permitted intake in all
courses.
The admissions in B. Sc have been less due to following reasons.
By and large, throughout Andhra Pradesh, there is decline in the number of
takers for traditional B.Sc. courses due to upsurge of wide-spread demand for
professional courses as a part of STEM wave.
Engineering colleges in the vicinity of the Institution throw a massive
competition.
The Institution has taken several steps to enhance the admissions by, affixing
banners and distribution of pamphlets of the Institution at various points
highlighting the facilities offered by the college like scholarships, JKC, career
guidance cell, NSS and Women Empowerment cell, MANA TV.
2.2 CATERING TO DIVERSE NEEDS OF STUDENTS.
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 College takes care of differently-abled students. In the current year there
are two physically challenged students. Their classes are arranged in the
ground floor rooms to avoid hardship for them.
2.2.2
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.
Since the teachers are the members of admission committees for various
courses, the faculty members informally assess the needs of students in terms
of knowledge and skills before the commencement of the programme and
make allocations for different topics in their annual curricular plan
accordingly.
Also in case of subjects studied by the students at +2 stage, the teachers
identify the topic areas in each subject/paper where there are gaps between
students’ previous knowledge/skills and present learning requirement
The College conducts Orientation Programme just before the commencement
of
the classes during which teachers make an attempt to ascertain the needs of a
students. During interactions teachers usually ascertain the requirements of the
students. In addition to these, the Principal interacts with the students to cater
to their requirements in case of such a need. The College also proposes to
conduct Pre-test programmes in the near future .
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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.
BRIDGE COURSEFor the students who did not study their UG level optional subjects +2,
separate bridge classes are conducted to bridge the gaps.
REMEDIAL COURSES- The college conducts remedial classes for
improvement of academically weak students. Each lecturer designs topic wise
seminars and peer teaching for the select topics in their work schedule for their
respective subjects.
ADD-ON-COURSES The institution organizes seminars by the experts in
respective subjects and soft skills etc.
2.2.4
How does the college sensitize its staff and students on issues such as
gender, inclusion, environment etc.?
Gender:
1. Anti ragging cell –The College has started a n Anti-ragging Cell to prevent
ragging and indecent behaviour towards opposite sex among the students. The
College and the Management make efforts to create awareness among the
students regarding such evils during Orientation programme.
2. The Cell also conducts awareness programmes among the girls by arranging
special interaction programmes by inviting doctors.
Environment:
Environment consciousness is imbibed and promoted through study of a
compulsory paper for year end exam at the end of 2nd year of all courses.
NSS enlightens volunteers on environmental issues
2.2.5
How does the institution identify and respond to special educational/
learning needs of advanced learners?
Faculty suggest the advanced learners to read reference books suggesting them
suitable title of the recommended books and also assign them net-based
projects, study projects and assigns them seminrars as extensions of the
curricular topic. They also ask the students to read various essays/articles
outside the class. Advanced learners are encouraged to take part in peer
teaching so that their learning is recapitulated when they teach to the peers.
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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.)?
Academic performance:
On completion of every month, data is collected by respective subject lecturers
on the following issues:
1. Shortage of attendance.
2. Test marks.
The teachers interact with the students and parents on phone in case of
attendance shortage. The teachers counsel the students who are at the risk of
drop out and enlighten them on the fact that their poor performance in the unit
tests and class room can be improved and they need not discontinue their
studies. They help the students to plan their subject preparation for the final
university examination in a short time
Slow-learners:
Slow learners are identified by classroom interactions, tests and internals.
They are provided with study material for quick revision for better
understanding of subjects. The subject lecturers take up re-teaching or
remedial teaching for slow learners and the students who missed some topics
due to absence, late arrival and give them necessary help in understanding the
topics.
2.3 TEACHING-LEARNING PROCESS
2.3.1
How does the college plan and organize the teaching, learning and
evaluation schedules?
As the College is affiliated to Kakatiya University, it adheres to the academic
ca-lendar published by the university. The university calendar is supplemented
by college academic plans. At the beginning of each academic year faculty
meetings are held in all departments and an institutional academic plan for the
academic year is prepared in consultation with the Principal.
2.3.2
How does IQAC contribute to improve the teaching –learning process?
The institution has recently started IQAC aiming at:
 An effective and efficient internal coordinating and monitoring
mechanism.
 Ensure conduct of extension lectures, seminars on quality related
themes
 Documentation of various programs /activities leading to quality
improvement
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Ensuring timely, efficient and progressive performance of academic,
administrative and financial tasks.
2.3.3
How is learning made more students centric? Give the details on the
support structures and systems available for teachers to develop skills like
interactive learning, collaborative learning and independent learning
among the students?
The teachers use student-centric practices for teaching-learning. Student
seminars, student presentations, projects works, class room quiz activities
and field trips are part of the teaching-learning dynamics.
2.3.4.
How does the institution nurture critical thinking, creativity and scientific
temper among the students to transform them into lifelong learners and
innovators?
The institution motivates students to carry out live projects. To sharpen the
critical thinking among students, various debates and seminars are organized
in which students explore new ideas. To transform them into lifelong learners
& innovators students are encouraged to take up study projects, solve case
studies, present their analysis.
2.3.5
What are the technologies and facilities available used by the faculty for
effective teaching?
The Institute is using modern teaching aids and tools like computers, internet.
The college encourages faculty to attend the seminars and industrial visits.
2.3.6
How are the students and faculty exposed to advanced level of knowledge
and skills?
The institution encourages teachers to attended faculty development
programmes and to participate in seminars, workshops, orientation
programmes from time to time. Four teachers are pursuing Ph.D. The College
has computer labs with internet connectivity and other facilities available
includes scanner, printer and OHP
Internet Connectivity
Scanner
Printers
Overhead Projecter
Xerox
LCD Projector
.
11 systems
01
03
01
01
01
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2.3.7
Detail (process and the number of students benefited) on the
academic,personal and psycho-social support and guidance services
(professional counseling/ mentoring/academic advice) provided to
students?
Academic:
The students are benefited academically through expert (internal and external)
classes. The students are influenced personally by the institution through
exemplary behaviour of teachers and by keeping moral check on late
comers, minimizing the use of cell phones in college, counseling whenever
their dressing is indecent. The exact number of students benefited from
mentoring system is to be seen from the departmental records of individual
lecturers.
Personal:
Value education is imparted to all the students through means of special
in-class briefings by the faculty topics like “What is real personality?’
Secret of Concentration, How to improve memory”. A telugu monthly
of Ramakrishna Math and Mission ‘Ramakrishna Prabha’ is subscribed
which presents many inspiring articles on the success stories of many
great personalities, moral humanistic perspectives of life and its core
values. Besides, many books are available in the reading room on useful
topics.
Psycho-social support and guidance service:
 An extension lecture on Mind your Mind by Dr. T.D. Vimala,
Principal (Expert in Psychology) ,SRAS Govt. College, Kothagudem,
Khammam district.on 12-12-12

A work shop on psycho-social problems of adolescent girls in rural
areas by Dr. T.D. Vimala, Principal (Expert in Psychology),SRAS
Govt. College, Kothagudem, Khammam district.on 12-12-12

College provides good booklets on mind power development, secret of
concentration etc
The College organizes Academic and career counseling under placement cell,
Guest Lectures on Women’s health, lectures by gynecologists by Women
Empowerment Cell, Workshops for leadership qualities, service attitudes
through NSS gain Psycho-social support and guidance service.
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2.3.8
Provide details of innovative teaching approach/methods adopted by the
faculty during the last four years? What are the efforts made by the
institution to encourage the faculty to adopt new and innovative
approaches and the impact of such innovative practices on student
learning?
Classroom presentations, group presentations, Peer Teaching, Peer Learning, ,
role-play, study projects. charts, model, seminars, puzzle, matching
(vocabulary)
2.3.9
How are library resources used to augment the teaching learning process?
The institution has a general library which caters to the needs in of the
students and staff. Library is open to all students and members of staff. Apart
from that the college also has exclusive department libraries which contain
reference books.
2.3.10
Does the institution face any challenges in completing curriculum within
the planned time frame and calendar? If ‘yes’ elaborate on the challenges
encountered and the institutional approaches to overcome these?
The College is affiliated to Kakatiya University and follows year-wise system.
Teachers engage Regular, bridge and remedial classes as per requirement.
Periodic review of the syllabus is conducted by the Principal to keep pace with
the University calendar and examination schedules.
The contract faculty members are engaged late after the re-opening of the
college and yet they complete the academic work by making necessary
alterations and adjustments in their annual plans to attain the objectives and
learning outcomes.
Generally in every subject some topics pose the difficulty of covering huge
content in a short length of time. Owing to slow pace of learners, such topics
require more number of periods than the allocated number. Such topics
consume more number of periods and the excess time is adjusted by cutting
short the period allocation to the topics of less wieghtage. Still teachers engage
extra hours in many subjects as and when time and convenience permits.
Generally such extra work is not reflected in the records.
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2.3.11
How does the institute monitor and evaluate the quality of teaching
learning?
a) Quality of Teaching:
Teachers analyse the students’ feedback and design class room
activities.Quality of teaching is monitored through informal feedback from the
students every year. The performance is evaluated and corrective measures
are suggested in the review meeting by Principal.
b) Teaching Methods:
Teachers attend refresher and orientation courses organized by academic staff
colleges for effective teaching and communication skills. Faculty members
visit and interact with Resource persons (senior lecturers in other colleges) to
reorient themselves to new teaching methods.
c) Classroom environment:
Student-friendly teachers and congenial ambience help learning. Learning
activities and a variety of student-centric activities likes, subject quiz, puzzles,
projects, instant assignments enliven the class room environment.
d) Student Performance: The performance is monitored through tests,
seminars,
assignments. There is a marked improvement from the entry level in student
performance by way of academic knowledge, application skills and soft skills.
To monitor & evaluate the quality of teaching learning, Principal keeps a
check on the recorded activities of teachers. To evaluate teaching activities the
students are asked to provide feedback both formally & informally. Feedback
form is collected from the student. The learning process of students is
evaluated through the internals and pre-final exams. Slow learners are taken
care by conducting extra classes.
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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
RECRUITMENT:
The Commissioner of College Eucation, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad recruits
the lecturers. The newly recruited lecturers are given three-days induction
training commencing on the day one of appointment and the universities and
academic staff colleges organize refresher courses and orientation courses for
the in-service teachers
Faculties are encouraged to pursue higher education.
Highest
Qualification.
Permanent
Teachers
D.Sc/D.Lit
Ph.D
M.Phil
PG
Temp.teachers
Ph.D
M.Phil
PG
Part-time
Teachers
Ph.D
M.Phil
Prof. Associate Asst. Lecturers
Total
Prof.
Prof. Men Women
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
02
03
02
00
00
00
04
03
01
01
00
04
01
05
00
00
00
00
2.4.2
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.
For restructured courses, i.e., (B.A and B .Com Computer Applications) the
college is permitted to recruit qualified persons temporarily as guest faculty to
be paid from the special fee paid by the students.
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The institution has recruited qualified persons to teach computer applications
for B.Com (CA) and B.A(CA) courses temporarily as guest faculty in 201011, 2011-12 and 2012013
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.
a) Nomination to staff development programmes
S.No. Acadeamic Staff Development
Number
Programmes
of faculty
Nomnated
Refresher courses
01
02
HRD programmes
02
00
Orientation
programmes
03
02
Staff training conducted by the
04
00
university
Staff training conducted by other
05
00
institutions
Summer / winter schools, workshops, 00
06
Etc
The college encourages the teachers to use computers and internet to empower
them and improve their teaching methods. The practice of using advanced
computer-aided tools has to gain the momentum yet.
Audio Visual Aids/multimedia:
Faculty members are provided computers with internet connectivity for
preparation of teaching/learning materials.
Teaching learning material development, selection and use:
The institute provides free access to internet for learning material. This helps
to
Collect learning material from the internet, etc.
c) 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 NIL
Presented papers in Workshops / Seminars / Conferences conducted or
recognized by professional agencies NIL
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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.)
i) The government of Andhra Pradesh offers FIP providing study leave
through which the select faculty members are permitted to pursue their M.
Phil. and Ph. D.. Lecturers are encouraged to apply for FIP
ii) The institution deputes teachers to attend orientation programs,
conferences,
seminars and training programs organized by other institutes like universities
and academic staff colleges. The institution also conducts seminars,
workshops and special lectures for the benefit of its faculties and students.
iv) The faculty members are also encouraged to undertake minor and major
research projects and apply for UGC funding.
iii) The institute has conducted extension lectures/tour during last two years.
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?
The system of collecting students’ feedback on teachers’ performance has
started in the current year 2012-13 only. Currently feedback is analysed by the
respective teachers at individual level.
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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?
To the Students
The students are given the College programme schedule containing the
timetable
and academic calendar. The tentative dates of internal tests are announced to
the students in the subject-wise annual curricular plans prepared by the
lecturers and circulated through general notices.
In the beginning of the academic year, faculty brief the students on the
examination and evaluation methods followed in the respective disciplines. As
the students are aware that they are being evaluated continuously, good
attendance and participation in the class is ensured.
The teachers analyse university examination results with the help of the
examination branch.
To the Faculty
The evaluation methods are discussed in detail in the staff meetings and the
final
decision is arrived at in presence of the Principal and the same is circulated
through notices
To the Parents and other Stakeholders
It is planned to brief the parents about the evaluation methods followed in
each discipline during the Parent Teacher Meet but unfortunately the parents
meet could not be held as no parents turned up.
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?
UNIVERSITY REFORMS
Summative evaluation
made through pre-final examinations and university exams (Examples
where there is progress from test to test) The students are required to
score a minimum percentage of marks in the year-end theory ad practical
exams conducted by Kakatiya university. In I year and II Year of the
courses, even if some students don‘t perform well or clear the subject, then
extra chances are given to such students to clear those back-log papers in the
supplementary examinations conducted by the university during
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September/October every year. They can take any number of chances to clear
back-log papers before the end of III Yr. of the course for. Such candidates are
awarded division at the end of the degree course. This system helps the
students to gain confidence and to achieve good results. The university
conducts a summative evaluation at the end of each year through the
following.
1. Written Exams
2. Practical Exams
3. Viva voce
For III Yr.students of all course who fail in only one paper, Kakatiya
University conducts Instant Examinations in June immediately after
announcing annual exam results so that the students don’t lose the academic
year.
University provides answer books of the students on demand
INSTITUTIONAL REFORMS
 Student centric learning through assignments, projects, seminars and
practical sessions.
 Conduct of Unit tests, terminal exams and pre-final exams in every
academic year
 Analysis of pre-final answer scripts and communicating the
observations and suggestions for improvement to the students
 Solving of previous question paper which are verified by the
respective teacher.
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 evaluation process is instrumental to students’ personal and career
development. Students appreciate an assessment of their academic
performance and welcome constructive feedback. The evaluation method is as
prescribed by Kakatiya University for the year-end examinations conducted
by the University. For award of the degree by the university, apart from part-I
languages and part-II optional subjects, the following year-end examinations
are made compulsory for all the students
I year students of all degree programmes except Computer
Application Introduction to Computers ::
I Yr. students of all degree programmes
Contemporary Indian Economy ,Polity And Society::
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II Yr. students of all degree programmes
i. Environmental Studies ::
ii. Office Automation :
III Yr. students of all degree programmes
Science and Civilisation
Internal assessment component of the evaluation is prescribed by Kakatiya
University and the same is followed in the college. The internal assessment
marks are awarded on the basis of students’ performance in the year-end
practical examinations which consist of record, viva voce etc.
The evaluation reforms of the university are followed in spirit. The students
are satisfied by seeing the evaluated performance in the answer sheets. Any
doubt about evaluation is made clear to the students. This lends transparency
to evaluation. Monthly tests are conducted and record is kept. Whenever slip
tests and unit tests are taken, the results are shown to the students
instantaneously to encourage them or counsel them for better future
performance.
2.5.4
Provide details on the formative and summative evaluation approaches
adopted to measure student achievement. Cite a few examples which have
positively impacted the system?
Formative evaluation
made through slip tests, unit tests and terminal examinations. Some
students perform not so well or not up to the satisfaction of the teacher
or they themselves are not satisfied with their own performance. Such
students are permitted to take the same test again on the same day
evening or after one working day and this helps them to go ahead to the
next topic.
Summative evaluation
It is made through pre-final examinations and university exams (Examples
where there is progress from test to test) The students are required to score a
minimum percentage of marks in the year-end theory and practical exams
conducted by Kakatiya university. In I year and II Year of the courses, even if
some students don‘t perform well or clear the subject, then extra chances are
given to such students to clear those back-log papers in the supplementary
examinations conducted by the university during September/October every
year. They can take any number of chances to clear back-log papers before the
end of III Yr. of the course for. Such candidates are awarded division at the
end of the degree course. This system helps the students to gain confidence
and to achieve good results. The university conducts a summative evaluation
at the end of each year through the following.
1. Written Exams
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2. Practical Exams
3. Viva voce
For III Yr. students of all course who fail in only one paper, Kakatiya
University conducts Instant Examinations in June immediately after
announcing annual exam results so that the students don’t lose the academic
year.
University provides answer books of the students on demand
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.
Regular tests are conducted, almost monthly, during the course. The institution
evaluates the students through two internal tests, communication skills in
seminar
presentation regularly in assignment submission performance in class tests and
internal exams as well as lab performance for practical skills. The report is
sent to
the head of institution after evaluating in a fair and secret manner. The parents
are
informed through SMS and even telephonically (for weak students). To
monitorthe students’ performance during semester examination / evaluation
committee is con-stituted in the college. This committee works under the
directions of the Principal. The record of the whole evaluation process is
transparent. The answer books are shown to the students
Course wise - result analysis of last four years. Year/Course
Year
B.A
(GEN)
B.A B.Com B.Com B.Sc
B.Sc.
. (CA) (GEN) (CA)
(MPC) (BZC)
2008-09 45
NA
61
NA
NA
NA
2009-10 75
NA
67
NA
NA
NA
2010-11 35
19
88
46
NA
NA
2011-12 71
27
74
85
18
00
Graphical representation of Course wise - result of last four years. BA
and B.Com General
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Result analysis of BA and B. Com Computer application
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2.5.6
Detail on the significant improvements made in ensuring rigor and
transparency in the internal assessment during the last four years and
weightages assigned for the overall development of students (weightage
for behavioral aspects, independent learning, communication skills etc.
There is maximum transparency in institutional assessment. Internal
assessment is made through the students’ performance in unit tests and
terminal examinations. The valued/assessed answer scripts of the unit tests and
terminal examinations are shown to the students, their answers are discussed
with them and justification for award of marks in those tests is also understood
by them. Apart from these internal tests, the teachers take into account
i.the overall attitude,
ii.behavioral aspect,
iii.aptitude for learning,
iv.regularity to classes
of each student while awarding marks in the year-end practical exams which
are part of university examinations.
Apart from the above, their behavioral aspects, independent learning and
communication skill etc. are also taken into consideration during the internal
assessment.
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.(from model)
Yes, the college uses assessment as an indicator tool for evaluating student
performance but also curricular as well as faculty performance. The following
are the methods of assessment used as indicators of student performance:
S.No. Assessment
Criteria
Written
1
Assessment
Learning Outcome
Examples
Improved flow of thought
and expression
Internals
2
Develop learning through
hands-on, resulting in better
understanding and fostering
creativity
Practical
experiments,
.
Practical Skill
Assessment
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3
Field Work
Better understanding
4
Competitive
Assessment
Achieving ranks and
Recognitions
Improved
performance
Better exam.
results
6
Project
Assessment
Helps in gaining in depth
knowledge
Financial status of
Self-help groups
7
Attendance
Assessment
Leads to regularity and
punctuality
Monthly
attendance
abstract
communicated
to students
2.5.8
What are the mechanisms for redressal of grievances with reference to
eva-luation both at the college and University level?
The faculty attend to the evaluation grievances of the students with regard to
unit tests and terminal exams querries. With regard to University exams, the
students can apply for recounting and/or revaluation of answer scripts
immediately on release of results within the stipulated time notified by
Kakatiya University
2.6 STUDENT PERFORMANCE AND LEARNING OUTCOMES
2.6.1
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 as to each subject and
paper as mentioned in its Vision and in the individual lesson plans of the
faculty. They are communicated to the students by faculty in class.
2.6.2
How are the teaching, learning and assessment strategies of the institution
structured to facilitate the achievement of the intended learning
outcomes?
 To facilitate the achievement of the intended learning outcomes, the
college adopts the following strategies of improvement of teaching,
learning & assessment
 Faculty improve their own subject knowledge and refresh their skills
with the help of their personal libraries and internet.
 continuous and comprehensive evaluation of students by the subject
lecturers
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
Conduct of theory classes, assignments & practicals for effective
learning.
 SMS facility in order to intimate the parents about students attendance
and
academic status
 Conducting Regular internals /pre-final exams.
 Conducting remedial classes for slow learners.
2.6.3 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?
College understands its responsibility in the socio economic parameters.
Keeping in view the socio-economic needs of the community, the college
started Computer Application courses in B.A and B.Com in the year 2008-09
as restructured courses in order to lend more employability to the pass outs.
College has started Jawahar Knowledge Centre with the guidance and support
of the Commissionerate of Collegiate Education.AP,Hyd. The JKC-trained
students attended Placement drives two times.
The institution at the time of the admission provides counseling regarding the
choice of options the students wish to opt. They are guided regarding the
future prospects of various options. Further they are sensitized on the societal
responsibilities through guest lectures.
The students are motivated through personality development programmes.
Students are encouraged to participate in activities for social and community
service through NSS.
2.6.4 :How does the institution collect and analyze data on student
learning outcomes and use it for planning and overcoming barriers of
learning?
The college has an organized procedure to collect and analyze data on student
learning outcomes by continuous evaluation comprising of monthly unit tests,
assignments, terminal exams and seminar presentation. Institution formulated
the following steps to overcome barriers in learning outcome.
 The subject teachers keep a track record of students’ performance in
each paper they teach and maintain the record of their assessment.
Results of test, exams are recorded and evaluated at the end of every
test/exam.
 Addressing the grievances
 Providing valued answer booklets to the students after their pre-final
exams and internal practical examination.
 Encouraging students to write in the short and descriptive method.
 Remedial classes for slow learners and also counseling classes for
academically poor students to improve their performance.
 Periodic evaluation helps improvement of learning outcomes.
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2.6.5
How does the institution monitor and ensure the achievement of learning
out-comes?
The college has a set mechanism to monitor the student‘s learning outcomes.
 Attendance is compulsorily taken for each class.
 The class test and assignments are valued within a short duration and
the marks are recorded which acts as a ready reckoner for the progress
of the students.
 The student‘s participation in the class and the marks scored in unit
tests and terminal exams, performance in assignments helps to judge
the students by the staff members.
 Results of unit tests, exams are recorded and evaluated on completion
of every test and exam.
 The slow learners are taken care of by the mentors through counseling
and guidance.
 The faculty members are asked to conduct surprise tests, quiz to
monitor the academic progress of each student
2.6.6
What are the graduates attributes specified by the college/affiliating
university? How does the college ensure the attainment of these by the
students?
The college ensures the attainment of graduate’s attributes by the students as
follows:
 A Commitment to excellence in all scholarly and intellectual activities.
 To be creative, strategic and critical thinkers with problem solving
skills.
 Exhibit a positive work attitude and work ethic in order to achieve
successful
outcomes.
 Be culturally tolerant and demonstrate appropriate intellectual
competence.
 The ability to communicate effectively, and be self-aware and
empathetic.
To be sensitive to social concerns, human rights, gender and
environmental issues as conscientious global citizens.
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CRITERION III
RESEARCH, CONSULTANCY & EXTENSION
3.1 PROMOTION OF RESEARCH
3.1.1 Does the institution have recognized research centre/s of the
affiliating
University or any other agency/ organization?
Does not apply.
3.1.2
Does the Institution have a research committee to monitor and address
the issues of research? If so, what is its composition? Mention a few
recommendations made by the committee for implementation and their
impact.
Not applicable
3.1.3
What are the measures taken by the institution to facilitate smooth
progress and implementation of research schemes/ projects?
The College staff/institution has not taken up any research projects as of now,
however all positive efforts would be made in the future for the same.
3.1.4
What are the efforts made by the institution in developing scientific
temper and research culture and aptitude among students?
To develop scientific temper and aptitude among students, the institution has
organized industrial tour in Novemebr,2012. The following benefits accrued
with the said industrial tour.
i. students gained a clear understanding on the power generation sytesms
ii. Lecturers tried to apply learners’ learning to the practical phenomenon
observed in the industry
3.1.5
Give details of the faculty involvement in active research (Guiding student
research, leading Research Projects, engaged in individual/collaborative
research activity, etc).
There are no faculty members who are guiding research but the following
faculty are engaged in individual research work.
1.B.Seetharam, Lec.in Telugu is doing his Ph.D on “ Rajaka Kula VijnanamSaamajika Sanskritika Pariseelana” in Osmania University.Regd.in June,2010.
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2.Ajay.Lec.in Hindi is doing Ph.D on “ Hindi Dalit Atma Kathaon mei jeevan
Sangharsh” in Osmania University He finished his M.Phil on “Jutan our
Antarani Vasantham- A comparative study” from Moulana Azad National
Urdu University.He
3.Smt A.R.Satyavathi, Lec. In Commerce is doing Ph.D “Impact on internet
banking on operational performance of commercial banks” in Acharya
Nagarjuna University,Guntur under the guidance of Dr.V.Chandra-sekhar
RAo.
3.1.6
Give details of workshops/ training programmes/ sensitization
programmes conducted/organized by the institution with focus on
capacity building in terms of research and imbibing research culture
among the staff and students.
i.
Lecturers conducted various study projects in their subject areas with a
view to inculcate research culture among students.
ii.
NSS unit conducted the Socio-Economic survey in their 7 days winter
special camps which was relevant to capacity building in terms of
research during the last three years
1 Payakari Yanambail in 2011,
1. Baoji Thanda in 2012,
2. Kotha suraram in 2013
3.1.7
Provide details of prioritized research areas and the expertise available
with the institution.
The College at the moment has no prioritized research.
3.1.8
Enumerate the efforts of the institution in attracting researchers of
eminence to visit the campus and interact with teachers and students?
At present such efforts have not started.
3.1.9
What percentage of the faculty has utilized Sabbatical Leave for research
activities? How was the provision contributed to improve the quality of
research and imbibe research culture on the campus?
NA
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3.1.10
Provide details of the initiatives taken up by institution in creating
awareness / advocating/transfer of relative findings of research of the
institution and elsewhere to students and community (lab to land)
The College has not yet started working in this area.
3.2 RESOURCE MOBILIZATION FOR RESEARCH
3.2.1
What percentage of the total budget is earmarked for research? Give
details of major heads of expenditure, financial allocation and actual
utilization.
At present research activity is going on at the personal level only by the
faculty in the college.
3.2.2
Is there a 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 the facility in the last four years?
The Institution doesn’t have provision for the seed money as of now.
3.2.3
What are the financial provisions made available to support students
research projects by students?
Institution doesn’t have this provision as of now.
3.2.4
How does the various departments/units/staff of the institute interact in
under-taking inter-disciplinary research? Cite examples of successful
endeavors and challenges faced in organizing interdisciplinary research.
The practice of inter-disciplinary research has not started yet. Faculty will be
advised to work in this direction hereafter.
3.2.5
How does the institution ensure optimal use of various equipment and
research facilities of the institution by its staff and students?
Staff and students are encouraged to use library and internet facility for
research work
3.2.6
Has the institution received any special grants or finances from the
industry or other beneficiary agency for developing research facility? If
‘yes’ give details.
The institute has neither a research grant nor industry interaction in this
regard at the moment.
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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 received during the
last four years.
University Grants Commission provides funds for Minor and Major Research
projects to the teachers both permanent and temporary workings in
Government Degree Colleges. The teaching staff are advised to apply for
research projects in the areas of their interest/discipline. Apart from that there
are no funds from any industry or agency
RESEARCH FACILITIES
3.3.1
What are the research facilities available to the students and research
scholars within the campus?
NIL
3.3.2
What are the institutional strategies for planning, upgrading and creating
infrastructural facilities to meet the needs of researchers?
The institution has to formulate these strategies yet.
3.3.3
Has the institution received any special grants or finances from the
industry or other beneficiary agency for developing research facilities? If
yes, what are the instruments/facilities created during the last four years.
The Institution has not obtained any grants as of now.
3.3.4
What are the research facilities made available to the students and
research scholars outside the campus/other research Laboratories?
College library is the only facility available and that is only for in-house use of
the students.
3.3.5
Provide details on the library/ information resource centre or any other
Facilities available specifically for the researchers?
As of now, the college offers library facility for undergraduate students only.
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3.3.6
What are the collaborative research facilities developed/created by the
research institutes in the college. For ex. Laboratories, Library,
Instruments,
Computerized new technology etc.
NOT Applicable.
3.4 RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS AND AWARDS
3.4.1
Highlight the major research achievements of the staff and students in
terms of
Patents nil
Original research contributing to product improvement
nil
Research studies or surveys benefitting the community or improving the
Services nil
Research inputs contributing to new initiatives and social improvement
NIL
3.4.2
Does the institute publish or partner in publication of research journals?
If ‘Yes’, indicate the composition of the editorial board, publication
policies and whether such publication is listed in any international
database
Currently the college does not publish any journal.
3.4.3
Give details of publications by the faculty and students Publication per
faculty nil
Number of papers published by faculty and students in peer reviewed
journals (national / international) nil
Number of publications listed in international database (for eg: Web of
Science, Scopus, Humanities International Compete,Dare DatabaseInternational Social sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc) nil
Monographs nil
Chapter in books
i.
An essay “Economic Development Schemes of Tribes” by
Sri A.Parameswarudu, Lecturer in Economics in souvenir
published by AP Economics Association
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An essay “Role of NGOs in Micro Finnce-A case study of
Bhadrachalam Division by
Sri A.Parameswarudu, Lecturer in Economics in a seminar sovenir
iii.
An essay “Financial Inclusion through enterpreneural aspects- A
study of select villages in Khammam district” by
Smt D.Sujatha,Lecturer in Commerce in the book “Financial
Inclusion- Aspects, Issues and the way forward” published by
Himalaya
Publishing House Private Limited.
ii.
Books Edited nil
Books with ISBN/ISSN with details of publishers nil
Citation index nil
SNIP nil
SJR nil
Impact Factor nil
H-Index nil
2.4.4
Provide details (if any) on
Research awards received by the faculty nil
Recognition received by the faculty from reputed professional bodies and
agencies, nationally and internationally nil
Incentives given to faculty for receiving state, national and international
recognitions for research contributions nil
3.5 CONSULTANCY
3.5.1
Give details of the system & strategies for establishing institute–industry
interface?
The college does not have any formal mechanism for institute-industry
but there is a JKC unit which is a constituent of District JKC which
prepares the students for placements and interveiws drives as and when
the employers recruit.
3.5.2
What is stated policy of the institution to promote consultancy? How is
the available expertise advocated and publicized?
The college is yet to formulate its policy on consultancy.
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3.5.3
How does the institution encourage the staff to utilize their expertise and
available facilities for consultancy services?
The College will encourage the staff to utilize their expertise and available
facilities after setting up consultancy.
3.5.4
List the broad areas and major consultancy services provided by the
institution and the revenue generated during the last four years
The college is yet to formulate its policy on consultancy.
3.5.5
What is the policy of the institution in sharing the income generated
through consultancy (staff involved: Institution) and its use for
Institutional development
The college is yet to formulate its policy on consultancy.
3.6
EXTENSION ACTIVITIES AND INSTITUTIONAL SOCIAL
RESPONSIBILITY (ISR)
3.6.1
How does the institution promote institution-neighborhood community
network and student engagement contributing to good citizenship, service
orientation and holistic development of students?
The college NSS unit facilitates student-community interface through special
winter camps each year in a village. In the NSS camps, the students
(volunteers) take part in the following community service activities through
which they develop personality and imbibe leadership qualities.
Personality development programmes for volunteers
Literacy programmes
Environmental protection rally
Community services like cleaning side drains
Medical camp
Aids awareness programmes
Awareness programmme on superstitions
Organizing regular blood donation camps
Organizing NSS camps
3.6.2
What is the institutional mechanism to track student’s involvement in
various social movements/activities which promotes citizenship roles?
The faculty encourage the students to participate in various social activities
such as pulse polio, environment awareness programmes etc.
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3.6.3
How does the institution solicit stakeholder perception on the overall
perfor-mance and quality of the institution?
The Institution solicits stakeholder perception on the overall performance and
quality of the institution
i) by collecting feedback from the students to prepare perspective on
development.
ii) Students can easily approach the Principal during working hours
Parents:
Parents are allowed to meet the teachers and Principal on any day of the week
for clarification/ suggestions/ complaints.
Staff:
i) Regular staff meetings are conducted in order to keep the staff updated
about
changes and developments of the institution. Most of the decisions are
implemented after the discussion.
3.6.4
How does the institution plan and organize its extension and outreach
Progra-mmes? Providing the budgetary details for last four years, list the
major exten-sion and outreach programmes and their impact on the
overall development of students.
The institution has organized blood donation camps with the cooperation of
the Area Hospital, Bhadrachalam and Mother Teressa voluntary organisation
through NSS.
NSS unit conducted the following progrmmes during the last four years
Sl.
Activity
Date on
Impact on the students
No.
which
conducted
1
NSS Awareness
The students understood
programme;
the significance of
community living and
2
Clean and Green
need to build their
personality with an
3
NSS Day
awareness of their role as
citizens.
4
.
World Aids Day
The students understood
the Gandhian Principles
and relevance of Gram
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5
Guru Pujotsavam
6
District level
leadership training
programme
7
participated in
district youth festival
8
7days winter special
camp at Bavoji
Thanda, Kotha
Suraram
9
participated in skill
training programme
at Bhadrachalam on
Beautician training.
10
.
11
Swaraj
They understood the
concept of healthy living
and impact of +ve cases on
society’s human wealth.
They appreciated the role
of teachers in their
making.
Developed leadership
qualilties.
They could exhibit their
talents and that improved
their confidence levels
The camp served as a
platform for their
community inter-face and
character-building.
Blood Donation
Camps
Acquired skill
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Pulse Polio
programmes
,
Formation of Red
Ribbon
club.
They contributed their
mite to the community at
large
Understood the concept of
service and involvement in
work with responsibility
Realised the need to talk
about HIV
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Students have participated in pulse-polio programme as volunteers from
19.02.2012 to 22.02.2012.
Students have participated in NSS programme organized at Kotha Suraram
village from 09.1.2013 to 15.1.2013
The following amounts were spent on NSS activities during the last four years.
Year
Budget
2012-13 38500
2011-12 38500
2010-11 29500
2009-10 22000
3.6.5
How does the institution promote the participation of students and faculty
in extension activities including participation in NSS, NCC, YRC and
other National/International Agencies?
Faculty and students involved in extension activities are appreciated and
recognized by relieving them from their workload/classes. Their absence is
Considered as OD.
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 privileged and vulnerable sections of society?
The institute has made a good effort to promote social justice as a value in
learning process. The college NSS unit has been motivating students in participating and organizing service activities like clean and grean, red-ribbon clubs,
hiv awareness.
Health talks are given by doctors on sensitive issues of women for the benefit
of girl students.
Complaint box is available for grievances.
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 skills inculcated.
Extension activities carried out by the institute always help in generating love
for learning , inculcating values and skills amongst the staff and students. The
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Institution imparts quality education to all sections of society. But its
maximum focus is to recognize, encourage reach out to economically weaker
students by rendering financial support in the form of very low fees compared
to other colleges in the neighbourhood
Output:
Participation in the various socially relevant activities has resulted in social
awareness among students.
3.6.8
How does the institution ensure the involvement of the community in its
reach-out activities and contribute to the community development? Detail
on the initiatives of the institution that encourage community
participation in its activities?
In conducting NSS camps, the programme officer and volunteers interact with
the public representatives of the village and identify the service activities for
the 7-day camp and design the activities with their involvement.
3.6.9
Give details on the constructive relationships forged (if any) with other
institutions of the locality for working on various outreach and extension
activities.
Contacts with Mother Teressa voluntary organization which was helpful in
organizing blood donation camp.
On28-11-2011,the Women Empowerment Cell collaborate with KLR
Pharmacy College, Paloncha in organizing Blood Grouping and Haemoglobin
Test for all the students.
Primary Health Centre,Jagannadhapuram supplied Iron and Albendazole
capsules to the needy students free
The KLR institutions provided free bus facility for our students and staff from
college to KTPS,Paloncha (Power station) and back for our field trip on 1412-12
3.6.10
Give details of awards received by the institution for extension activities
and/contributions to the social/community development during the last
four years.
The Institution has not received any award for extension activities
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3.7 COLLABORATION
3.7.1
How does the institution collaborate and interact with research
laboratories, institutes and industry for research activities. Cite examples
and benefits accrued of the initiatives -collaborative research, staff
exchange, sharing facilities and equipment, research scholarships etc.
Not applicable
3.7.2
Provide details on the MoUs/collaborative arrangements (if any) with
institutions of national importance/other universities/
industries/Corporate (Corporate entities) etc. and how they have
contributed to the development of the institution.
NIL
3.7.3
Give details (if any) on the industry-institution-community interactions
that have contributed to the establishment /creation/up-gradation of
academic facilities, student and staff support, infrastructure facilities of
the institution viz. laboratories/library/ new technology /placement
services etc.
NIL
3.7.4
Highlighting the names of eminent scientists/participants, who
contributed to the events, provide details of national and international
conferences organized by the college during the last four years.
Institution has not organized any national and international seminar in last four
years.
3.7.5
How many of the linkages/collaborations have actually resulted in formal
MoUs and agreements? List out the activities and beneficiaries and cite
examples (if any) of the established linkages that enhanced and/or
facilitated - NIL
 Curriculum development/enrichment NIL
 Internship/ On-the-job training NIL
 Summer placement NIL
 Faculty exchange and professional development NIL
 Research NIL
 Consultancy NIL
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 Extension NIL
 Publication NIL
 Student Placem ent NIL
 Twinning programmes NIL
 Introduction of new courses NIL
 Student exchange NIL
 Any other NIL
3.7.6
Detail on the systemic 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.
NIL
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CRITERION IV
INFRASTRUCTURE & LEARNING RESOURCES
4.1 PHYSICAL FACILITIES:
4.1.1.
What is the policy of the institution for creation and enhancement of
infra-structure that facilitate effective teaching and learning?
As the college is run by government, for all infrastructural needs, the college
sends proposals to the commissioner and UGC for funding
4.1.2. Detail the facilities available for:
a) Curricular and co-curricular activities – classrooms, technology
enabled learning spaces, seminar halls, tutorial spaces, laboratories,
botanical garden, Animal house, specialized facilities and equipment for
teaching, learning and research etc.
b)Extra –curricular activities – sports, outdoor and indoor games,
gymnasium,
auditorium, NSS, NCC, cultural activities, Public speaking,
communication skills development, yoga, health and hygiene etc
1 Classrooms
10
Technology enabled learning spaces nil
Meeting hall, NIL
Auditorium, NIL
seminar hall, NIL
3 Seminar halls One class room is used as conference hall
4 Tutorial spaces nil
Laboratories 02 rooms (temporary labs)
Botanical garden
nil
Animal house
nil
Specilised facilities and equipment for teaching, learning and research
nil
Spaces available for
b) Extra curricular activities
sports play ground
outdoor play ground
indoor games nil
gymnasium nil
auditorium
nil
NSS
only one room
NCC
nil
Cultural activities
Open dias
Public speaking nil
Communication skills development nil
Yoga, health and hygiene etc nil
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4.1.3.
How does the institution plan and ensure that the available infrastructure
is in line with the academic growth & is optimally utilized? Give specific
examples of the facilities developed during the last four years
(Enclose the master plan of the institution/campus & indicate the existing
infrastructure & the future planned expansions, if any)
Master plan is enclosed ****
Since its inception, the institute has been keeping pace with the changing
needs and requirements to meet its academic growth. The institution keeps in
view optimal uti-lity of the infrastructure keeping in view the present needs.
The institution has acquired infrastructure facilities during last 5 years. They
are shown here.
Example-01
INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT
The following amounts are spent on infrastructure development in the
current year.
i. Building (I floor) 32 lacs (8 classrooms + 1 toilet= 9 rooms)
ii. Compound wall : 31 lacs
iii. Approach culvert in the entrance : 1.20 lacs
OPTIMUM UTILIZATION OF INFRASTRUCTURE:
The existing infrastructure is put to maximum use for the students & staff
PROPOSED EXPANSION IN TERMS OF INFRASTRUCTURE:
PARTICULARS AMOUNT
1. Auditorium/Seminar Hall
20,00,000
2. New computer lab/language lab 20,00,000
3. ICT tools for all class rooms
15,00,000
4. Rostrums for all class rooms
2,00,000
5. Gymnasum
20,00,000
4.1.4.
How does the institution ensure that the infrastructure facilities meet the
requirements of students with physical disabilities?
The institute ensures that infrastructure facility meets the requirements of the
students with disabilities. At the time of submission of proposals for new
buildings, construction of ramp will be included in the estimates. The library
reserves two seats for such students.
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4.1.5.
Give details on the residential facility & various provisions available
within them.
Hostel facility nil
Recreational facilities, gymnasium, yoga center, etc nil
computer facility including access to internet in hostel nil
facilities for Medical Emergency nil
Library facility in the Hostels NA
Internet and Wi-Fi facilities NA
Recreational facility-common room with audio-visual equipments NA
Available residential facility for the staff and occupancy ::
At present there is no residential facility for the staff and students
constant supply of safe drinking water
does not apply.
Security.
does not apply.
4.1.6.
What are the provisions made available to students and staff in terms of
health on the campus and off the campus?
NIL
OFF THE CAMPUS: NIL
4.1.7.
Give the details of the facilities available on the campus- spaces for special
units like IQAC, Grievance Redressal unit, Women’s Cell, Counseling &
Career guidance, Placement unit, Health center, Canteen, Recreational
spaces for staff & students, safe drinking water facility,Auditorium etc.,
Presently the existing space is sufficient only for class rooms, Principal’s
room, staff rooms, office and for ladies’ waiting room. One room is
allotted for safe drinking water facility. For other facilities, no separate
space is available.
4.2 LIBRARY AS A 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 to render the library, student/user friendly?
The library has an advisory committee. The following staff of the college are
on the committee.
i. Ch.Jagadeeswar ,Lec.in P.S
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ii. D.Sujata,Lec.in Commerce
iii, Ajay,Lec.in Hindi
Presently the post of lecturer in Library Science is vacant and the lecturer in
political science is in charge of the library. With the initiative of the
committee, a reading room was started. Four telugu daily news papers,
magazines and some useful titles are kept available for students in the reading
room.
4.2.2 Provide details of the following
Total area of the library (in Sq.mts)
92.5
Total seating capacity
25
Working hours
10 AM to 12 Noon, 4 to 5
PM
(on working days)
10 AM to 12 Noon, 4 to 5
PM
on holidays,
Library is not open on college
holidays.
before examination days
10 AM to 12 Noon, 2.30 to 3.30 and 4 to
5 pm
during examination days:
library is not open during examination
days
during vacation)
library is not open during vacation.
Layout of the library (individual reading carrels, lounge area for
browsing
and relaxed reading IT zone for accessing e- resources)
Library is functioning in only one room with ten chairs and three long tables.
4.2.3
How does the library ensure purchase and use of current titles, right and
e-journals and other reading materials? Specify the amount spent on
procuring new books, journals and e- resources during the last four years.
The following amounts were spent on procuring new books during the
last four year.
Year
2008-09
2012-13
.
Amount spent
51,402/28,280/-
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4.2.4
Provide details on the ICT and other tools deployed to provide maximum
access to the library collection?
OPAC
NO
Electronic Resource Management package for e-journals. NO
Federated searching tools to search articles in multiple databases. NO
Library Website. NO
In-house/remote access to e-publications. NO
Library automation. NO
Total number of computers for public access. NO
Total numbers of printers for public access. NO
Internet band width /speed 2mbps 10 mbps 1 gb NO
1 gb * Institutional Repository. NO
Content management system for e-learning. NIL
Participation in Resources sharing networks/ consortia (like Inflibnet)
NO
4.2.5
Provide details on the following items.
Average number of walk – ins.: 50
Average number of books issued / returned.20
Ratio of Library books to students enrolled. 1:10
Average number of login to opac (OPAC). NIL
Average number of e- resources downloaded/printed. NIL
Number of information literacy trainings organized. NIL
Details of “weeding out” of books and other materials. NIL
4.2.6
Give details of the specialized services provided by the library.
* Manuscripts. NIL
* Reference.
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* Reprography. NIL
* ILL (Inter Library Loan Service) NIL
* Information deployment and notification (Information Deployment and
Notification) NO
* Download. NO
* Printing. NO
* Reading list/Bibliography compilation. NO
* In-house / remote access to e-resources. NO
* User orientation and awareness NO
* Assistance in searching Databases. NO
* INFLIBNET/IUC facilities. NO
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4.2.7.
Enumerate on the support provided by the Library staff to the students
and teachers of the college.
As of today the library has no separate staff. The post of Lecturer in
library science is vacant. The lecturer in political science is in charge of
the library.
The available books in the library are issued to the students to help them
and a reading room is maintained with newspapers, books and
magazines in the library room itself.
4.2.8
What are the special facilities offered by the library to the
visually/physically challenged persons? Give details
The college has no visually challenged persons are on rolls. There is only one
physically challenged student and she is permitted to make use of any book in
the reading room and borrow books from the library through her peers without
physically going to the library.
4.2.9
Does the library get the feedback from its users? If yes, how is it analyzed
and used for improving the library services. (What strategies are
deployed by the Library to collect feedback from users? How is the
feedback analyzed and used for further improvement of the library
services?)
The Library collects feedback from its users. The feed collected from the
students is analysed by the library incharge and submitted to the principal for
necessary action.
4.3 IT INFRASTRUCTURE:
4.3.1. Give details on the computing facility available (hardware and
software) at the institution.
Number of computers with Configuration (provide actual number with
exact configuration of each available system.
Number of existing computers in the lab: 18
Number of functioning computers : 10
SeperateDetails enclosed ******
Computer-student ratio 1:35
Stand-alone facility nil
LAN facility nil
Licensed software nil
Number of nodes/ computers with Internet facility 05
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Any other
OHP, Not working
Printers 02
Fax,
01
Scanner, 01
Internet connectivity BSNL Broadband 5 nods
LCD projector
4.3.2
Detail on the computer and internet facility made available to the faculty
and students on the campus and off-campus?
Internet service is available in the college for faculty and students. There are
05 computers with Internet facility. Apart from the computers lab, the
Principal’s office, Office and Languages room have the facility of internet.
The ratio of computer and the students is approximately 1:35.
4.3.3
What are the institutional plans and strategies for deploying and
upgrading the IT infrastructure and associated facilities?
The College has plans to upgrade the systems to the new technology enabled
computers. Efforts will be made to procure the latest hardware, software and
antivirus facilities for use by the teachers and students. The Department of
Computer Science has plans to replace the old and non-functional units with
latest peripherals and add-ons. Non-working computer hardware components
will be used as models to demonstrate in the classes.
4.3.4
Provide details on the provision made in the annual budget for
Procurement, up-gradation, deployment and maintenance of the
computers and their accessories in the institution (Year wise for last four
years.)
Annual Budget for computers for past 4 years:
YEAR
2008200920102011-2012 2012-2013
2009
2010
2011
PROPOSED 00000
0000
0000
0000
1,00,000/ACTUALS
5,10,000
42,000/
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?
Computers in the lab are used by the students.
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Three computers are available for administrative use in Principal’s room,
office and language room. The teachers liberally make use of computers to
enrich their pre-scribed curriculum with the help of internet.
4.3.6
Elaborate giving suitable examples on how the learning activities and
tech-nologies deployed (access to on-line teaching - learning resources,
inde-pendent learning, ICT enabled classrooms/learning spaces etc) by
the institution place the student at the centre of teaching-learning process
and render the role of a facilitator for the teacher.
MANA TV is the audio-visual educational channel which provides lessons.
The MANA TV lessons will be available to the students from 2013-14.
Teaching-learning process functions around the student as nucleus. Faculty
ensure independent learning of the students through means of student
seminars, quizzes, presentations and assignments within the frame work of
existing traditional class room set up, At present teachers can use internet for
various modules.
4.3.7
Does the Institution avail of the National Knowledge Network
connectivity directly or through the affiliating university? If so, what are
the services availed of?
The college does not avail National Knowledge Network connectivity.
4.4 MAINTENANCE OF CAMPUS FACILITIES:
4.4.1.
How does the institution ensure optimal allocation & utilization of the
available financial resources for maintenance & upkeep of the following
facilities? (Substantiate your statements by providing details of budget
allocated during last 4 years)
The following amounts were sanctioned by the government and spent on
the following in the current yer.
i. Building
63 lacs
ii. Furniture 50000
iii. Equipment 35000/iv. Computers 32000/v. Vehicles
Nil
vi. Any other
LCD projector : 41000/-
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4. 4.2.
What are the institutional mechanisms for maintenance and upkeep of the
infrastructure facilities & equipment’s of the college?
Stock verification is done annually. The lists of equipments for repair are
prepared by the respective in-charges. Maintenance of Xerox machine and
water plant is covered under Annual maintenance contracts.
4.4.3.
How & with what frequency does the institute take up calibration & other
precision measures for the equipments/ instruments?
As of today the institution does not have any heavy machinery which requires
calibration. Maintenance of computers and its networking is assigned to Sai
Durga Computers, a local private agency.
4.4.4.
What are the major steps taken for location, upkeep & maintenance of
sensitive equipment (Voltage fluctuation, constant water supply of water
etc?)
Constant water supply is ensured through bore well, electric pumping
motor, and RO drinking water plant. Drinking water plant is maintained
by the ITDA. Currently there is not any system to monitor voltage
fluctuation.
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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.
The college brings out hand book each year. This contains vision and mission
statement, courses offered, list of faculty members and their specializations,
Admission rules, eligibility conditions, mention of other support facilities like
library, students’ managed hostel, scholarship (mess charges for SC,ST, OBC
and EBC students etc).The handbook is made available to the students at the
time of admission. Contact details of college staff whom students and parents
can contact
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?
As of now the institution does not offer any institutional scholarships/freeships
to the students. However the government provides scholarships (monthly mess
charges) to the students belonging to SC, ST, OBC and EBC, minority
students through various agencies. all the scholarships amounts are directly
credited to the savings accounts of the students
Give Scholarship details(all scholarship data four years)
Year
Type of No.of
Amount
S-ship
S-ships
Of S-ship
Receivers
F
R
F
R
2009-10 SC
15 19
16750 79980
ST
68 90
98070 506879
BC
10 31
46565 99550
Pratibha 00 00
2010-11 SC
05 19
55356 104762
ST
31 92
486540 323329
BC
03 20
13287 36940
Pratibha 02 00
2011-12 SC
09 19
26445 125610
ST
45 66
299815 1201885
BC
07 72
29810
140250
Pratibha 00 02
2012-13 SC
12
9715
75330
ST
125 31775 1076115
BC
01 17
2160
109410
Pratibha 02 02
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5.1.3
What percentage of students receive financial assistance from state
govern-ment, central government and other national agencies?
Majority of the students hail from SC,ST and BC communities who are noncreamy layers. All the SC and ST students who apply in time receive
scholarships from the state government. The scholarship receivers come to
nearly 90% of the strength,.
The following number of students received different scholarships in the
following years
2009-10 SC
ST
BC
2010-11 SC
ST
BC
2011-12 SC
34
158
41
24
123
23
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5.1.4
What are the specific support services/facilities available for Students
from SC/ST OBC and economically weaker sections
Fee concessions, scholarships
Students with physical disabilities: scholarships
Overseas students The college has no overseas students
Students to participate in various competitions/National and international
NIL
Medical assistance to students: nil
Organizing coaching classes for competitive exams
No specific financial support for coaching classes but Career guidance cell
provides free coaching classes for the students who apply for competitive
exms.
Skill development (spoken English, computer literacy, etc.,) JKC
Support for “slow learners”
Study counseling by faculty, remedial classes
Exposures of students to other institution of higher learning/ corporate/
business house etc.,
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Faculty members informally enlighten the students about prestigious quality
educational institutes of higher learning and corporate business houses
Publication of student magazines.
A regular magazine is not in place but the language faculty of the college are
bringing out some original write-ups, essays, poems from the students and
there is a regular wall-bulletin (manuscript) with the students’ original
writings
5.1.5
Describe the efforts made by the institution to facilitate entrepreneurial
Skills among the student and the impact of the efforts?
The College proposes to arrange an extension lecture or workshop on
“entrepreneurial prospects in agency area” for generating new ideas among
students towards small scale business opportunities in the year 2013-14
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, flexibility in examinations Special dietary
requirements, sports uniform and materials Any other.)
Additional academic support, flexibility in examinations
The college encourages the student who participates in sports and curricular
activities by giving them “attendance” for the days of participation. The
faculty help them in filling their learning gaps caused by their absence due
to their praticipation in extra-curricular activities.
Special dietary requirements, sports uniform and materials
No such provision is in place now.
Any other.
The college conducts games and sports meet every academic year and
conducts competitions in various games for men and women seperately. The
winners and runners of sports and games are given specially designed shields
and certificates in the college day function.
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
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UGC, CSIRNET,UGC-NET,SLET, GATE / CAT /GRE /TOFEL
/GMAT /central /state services, defense, civil services etc.
The college started career guidance cell in the year 2011-12. As of now the
above milestones are yet to be reached.
5.1.8
What type of counseling services are made available to the students
(academic, personal career, psycho-social etc.)
College has constituted Grievance redressel cell and students’ mentoring
system. Students have been informed of such a facility. Counseling is
provided as and when clients seek such help from the counselors. Personality
abnormalities, memory retention and personal concerns are certain issues
which have been dealt. Also career guidance cell and JKC have been
constituted in order to provide counseling services to the students. Women
Empowerment cell actively provides personal and psycho-social support and
organizes awareness programmes and mentors to the girl stu-dents.
5.1.9
Does the institution have a structured mechanism for career guidance and
placement of its students? If’ yes details on the services provided to help
students identify job opportunities and prepare themselves for interview
and
the percentage of students selected during campus interview by different
employers (list the employers and the programmes)
The college has a JKC unit which trains students in communication
skills,computers skills and analytical skills. Nodal JKC at district headquarters
liasons with the employers and facilitates recruitment of college pass-outs.
The college JKC is a constituent part of District JKC. As of now, the
placement of the students is yet to be achieved.
The college has established Career Guidance Cell which just guides them on
what job/career opportunities are available and how to prepare for different
competitive exams, what are avenues to explore the resources for preparation
and to get through competitive exams. Virtually the cell does not take up
placement.
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, the institution has a student grievance redressal cell. In order to meet the
grievances, “Complaint Box” is arranged in the college. The committee sorts
out their problems promptly and judiciously. Till now just sporadic grievances
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personal nature have come up and have been addressed at personal level
informlly.
5.1.11
What are the institutional provisions for resolving issues pertaining to
sexual harassment?
The college is not so huge strength and all the faculty keep a regular watch
on the movements and behaviour of the students closely and the students are
aware of anti-ragging act and as such there have not been any instances of
sexual harassment till now. When the need arises the Anti-Ragging Cell is in
place to curb and handle such cases.
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?
An anti-ragging committee is in place. Till date, no incident of ragging of any
kind has been reported in the college.
5.1.13
Enumerate the welfare schemes made available to students by the
institution.
The institution is working towards ensuring social justice through various
student- welfare schemes. The following welfare schemes are made available
to the students:
SCHOLARSHIPS & FREESHIPS: Details of the scholarships are displayed
on the notice board of the institution and published in the hand book.
COUNSELLING & PLACEMENT SERVICE: JKC works imparting skills
and for placement. The Career Guidance Cell extends their service in career
guidance, organize lecturers on career planning.
GRIEVANCE REDRESSAL CELL: It actively participates and interacts
with the students to help them sort out their grievances. Till now there have
not been any registered grievances. It has attended many unregistered
grievances of the students.
WOMEN Empowerment CELL: sensitizes the students to develop a healthy
relationship with the opposite gender. It acts rigorously to check the
transgressions of the code of conduct prescribed for the students.
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5.1.14
Does the institution have a registered Alumni Association? If ‘yes’, what
are its activities and major contributions for institutional, academic and
infrastructure development?
The College does not have an alumni association. Efforts have started to
collect the basic information and contacts with the old students. The alumni
will be registered in the academic year 2013-14
5.2 STUDENT PROGRESSION:
5.2.1
Providing the percentage of students progressing to higher education
employment (for the last four batches) highlight the trends observed.
There is no central mechanism in the college for maintaining records of the
students who get admission in further courses after completing their UG. Steps
will be taken to maintain the same.
STUDENTS PROGRESSION TO HIGHER EDUCATION:
The trend has been observed from 2011-12, which is as follows:
COMMERCE:
UG to PG- 17%
Employment- 29%.
Campus selection- oo
BSC: The second batch is going out this year.
5.2.2
Provide details of the program wise pass percentage and completion rate
for the last four years (course wise/batch wise as stipulated by the
university)? Furnish programme wise details in comparison with that of
previous perfor-mance of the same institution and that of the colleges of
the affiliating uni-versity within the city or district?
Details of college city / district:
Sl.No. Classes
2008-09
III BCOM
61%
(GEN)
III BCOM
(CA)
IIIBSC
(MPC)
III
BSC(BZC)
.
2009-10 2010-11 2011-12
67%
46%
74%
NA
NA
88%
85%
NA
NA
NA
00%
NA
NA
NA
18%
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III BA(GEN)
45
77
35
71%
III BA(CA
NA
NA
19%
27%
5.2.3
How does the institution facilitate student progression to higher level of
education and/or towards employment?
Faculty members enlighten students about further study and career options
available to the students. The career guidance cell of the College organizes
counseling sessions to help the students to know job opportunities
5.2.4
Enumerate the special support provided to students who are at risk of
failure and drop out?
The faculty counsel the needy students and slow learners to help them
overcome the fear of failure and motivate them positively.
5.3 STUDENT PARTICIPATION AND ACTIVITIES :
5.3.1
List the range of sports, games, cultural and other extra curriculum
activities available to students. Provide details of participation and
program calendar?
The lecturer in charge of games and sports committee conducts annual sports
of the college and covers following events:
1. Long jump
2. High jump
3. Javelin throw
4. Discus throw
5. Short put throw
6. Volley ball
7. Kho KHO
8. Kabaddi
9.. Throw ball
10. Cricket etc.
This annual event witnesses enthusiastic participation of the students.
Cultural Events –
i.On 14th Aug, literary and cultural events were conducted in connection with
15th August Independence Day.
ii.Separate cultural activities day is celebrated o 28th Feb one day before
college day on 1 Mar,2013 and the following activities are conducted
Folk dance competitions.
Solo dance competitions
Mime
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Rangoli
Songs competition
Literary activities conducted
i.
elocution competition
ii.
essay writing competition
The College has the healthy practice of honoring teachers of the college on
Teachers’ Day, i.e., September 5th every year. The Principal, staff and
students join the occasion. Annual Cultural meet of the college is organized on
28-2-2013
5.3.2
Furnish the details of major student achievements in co-curricular,extra
curricular and cultural activities at different levels:
University/State/Zonal/ National / International, etc for the previous four
years.
i.
Mr.Kunja Ramesh, III B.A (2011-12)represented the Kakatiya
University team in the inter-varsity senior National Volley Ball
tournameants held in Coimbatore in Nov,2011
ii.
In January,2013, the following four students of this college
represented the Kakatiya University Volleuy Ball team in the
inter-varsity senior National Volleuy Bll tournaments held in
SRM,Chennai
1. Mr.Kunja Ramesh,
2 Kottem RaviKiran,III BA,
3.Sudhakar, III BA
4.kali Kumar, II BA
iii. M. Gopala Rao, B.Com III (CA) got Special Consolation prize
for student study project on “Digital Logic Trainer on Micro
Electronics” and G. Sandeep Kumar, B.Com III (CA) got II prize
Essay writing in State Level Maths Olympiad held at GDC,
Bhadrachalam on 22-12-2012.
iii.
Sk.Althaf Miya, B.Com III(G) of 2011-12 got II Prize in Elocution
in District Level NSS Youth Festival held at Susheela Degree
College, Madhira on 26-12-2-2011.
iv.
B.Durga, B.Sc., I(M) got I Prize in Rangoli in District Level NSS
Youth Festival held at Priyadarshini Degree and PG college,
Khammam on 07-02-2013
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5.3.3
How does the college seek and issue data and feedback from its graduates
and employers to improve the performance and quality of the
institutional provisions?
The system of collecting and analyzing the feed back from the students has
started this year only in 2012-13. The practice will be practiced more
systematically from 2013-14 onwards.
5.3.4
How does the college involve and encourage students to publish materials
like catalogues, wall magazines, college magazines, and other materials?
List the publications/ Materials brought out by the students during the
four academic sessions.
As of now the language lecturers are motivating the students to produce their
own writings in different forms and they are willing to bring out such products
in the form of college magazine or wall bulletins or in any other book form
and their efforts will continue to achieve tangible results in the next academic
year 2013-14.
5.3.5
Does the college have student council or any similar body? Give details on
its selection, constitution, activities and funding.
A separate student council is not in place however the students are nominated
in each committee selected on the basis of their interest andmost students are
nominated bythe class incharges.
5.3.6
Give details of various academic and administrative bodies that have
student- representatives on them?
All the special fee committees have one or two students as representatives.
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.
As the efforts for formation of alumni have just started, network and
collaboration with the alumni is yet to come in place. However the faculty
have regular periodical contacts with the former faculty of the college and
peer teachers in the district. Their suggestions, opinion are taken by the faculty
in updating their knowledge and , arranging guest lectures, extension lectures
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All the departments except Commerce are functioning with single lecturer and
Commerce Department has two lecturers. All the faculty a play significant
role in overall performance of the college. The Department of Commerce has
a shortage of one lecturer and as such two lecturers are constrained to share
the work load of the third one. However in terms of quality there is maximum
effort to reflect the original objectives and goals.
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CRITERION VI
GOVERNANCE, LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENT
6.1 INSTITUTIONAL VISION AND LEADERSHIP
6.1.1
State the vision and mission of the Institution and enumerate on how the
mission statement defines the institution’s distinctive characteristics in
terms of addressing the needs of the society, the students it seeks to serve,
institution’s traditions and value orientations, vision for the future, etc.?
VISION.
Building a reliable qualitative higher educational institute for the students of
the agency area especially those from tribal communities.
MISSION:
 The college strives to expand access for all sections of community to
higher education with a policy commitment t excellence.

To cater to the academic needs of the students at UG level with an
institutional planning and university curriculum implementation.

To practice innovative teaching methods like lecture discussion
methods, lecture demonstration methods etc.
Giving value education.
To motivate and organize


The mission statement defines the institution’s distinctive characteristics in
terms
of the needs of the society and institutional responsibility to the society and
the students it seeks to serve.

We are student centered. Students are always the first priority.
Institution provides academic programs and support required to ensure
student success. Their success is our success.
We value teaching and learning. We believe an engaging student learning
environment fosters growth and development.
We value rigorous assessment of the academic process. We believe in
providing valid and reliable assessments to measure and improve student
learning and effective teaching.
We are an open-door institution. We welcome one and all to visit, enroll,
learn, and reap the rich rewards that education enables.
We are committed to affordable and accessible education. We actively
strive to deliver quality educational services at costs that are within the reach
of our indigent student population.
We are committed to ethical conduct. We operate with the highest level of
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integrity, respect, honesty, and accountability in a fully transparent
environment.
We serve society to lead to its enrichment and advancement.
6.1.2
What is the role of Top Management, Principal and Faculty in design and
Implementation of its quality policy and plans?
The institution is governed by the Commissionerate of Collegiate
Education,Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad which provides policies for
implementation at college level. The Principal in consultation with the faculty,
designs and finalises the institutional plan. Principal reviews and monitors the
implementation of the institutional activities. Through periodical staff
meetings and student inter-actions across the year and at the beginning and
end of the year, the Principal makes college-level policies and faculty execute
the following activities under the supervision of Principal.





Design and implementation of annual plan for quality enhancement.
Collecting Feedback from students.
contact with experts from neighbouring colleges through guest
lectures,
seminars, workshops and conferences.
Plan of action chalked out by the IQAC in the beginning of the year
towards quality enhancement.
6.1.3
What is the involvement of the leadership in ensuring:
the policy statements and action plans for fulfillment of the stated mission
Supervises the departmental activities
formulation of action plans for all operations and incorporation of the same
into the institutional plan
Supervises the departmental activities and takes steps to implement the
unexecuted planned activities if any.
Interaction with stakeholders
Interacts with students of all classes every three months to review and monitor
the overall state of affairs.
Proper support for policy and planning through need analysis, research
inputs and consultations with the stakeholders
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Conducts staff meetings for review and analysis of all institutional issues at
student level,staff level and administrative level.
Reinforcing the culture of excellence
Encourages the staff to undertake minor and major research projects
themselves and involve the students in self-learning through study projects.
Champion organizational change
Implements the necessary activities with active involvement of teachers by
maintaining healthy inter-personal relations with the staff and students.
6.1.4
What are the procedures adopted by the institution to monitor and
evaluate policies and plans of the institution for effective implementation
and improvement from time to time?
The Principal of the college has complete autonomy to govern the institution
within the framework of the rules and regulations framed by the government.
In the beginning of the academic year, the college calendar will be prepared
and the responsibilities are distributed. The head of the institution appoints the
conveners for various committees. The committees carry out the activities and
submit the report of the work done to the head of the institution. All these
activities are evaluated by the IQAC.
6.1.5
Give details of the academic leadership provided to the faculty by the top
management?
Faculty are encouraged to attend and submit papers in state, national and
international seminars and their period of participation in seminars is treated
as ’on duty’. The college deputes its staff to attend refresher courses and
orientation programmes. UGC provides funding for Minor and Major
Research Projects of the faculty.
6.1.6 How does the college groom leadership at various levels?
Staff::
At College Level
All the lecturers are appointed as the convenors and members in various
committees of the college meant for implementation of various institutional
activities. In imple-menting them, they acquire organizational skills and
leadership qualities.
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Outside college:
The experience and concept of accountability gained by the teachers in
organizing institutional activities helps them in planning national seminars in
their subject areas and involving students in outreach activities
Students:
At class room level:
The students who involve themselves in all class room activities like, chart
prese-ntation, seminars, puzzles, group discussions, serve as live examples to
the slow learners in the peer group who in turn come forward to perform their
own mettle though small at the beginning.
AT College level:
The confidence gained by the students in their class rooms is an impetus for
them to participate in the programmes outside the class like general guest
lectures and meetings, outreach programmes conducted by NSS unit and
through such partici-pation learn leadership concepts.
Outside the college
Students who gained leadership concepts in the college will be instrumental in
helping the community
6.1.7
How does the college delegate authority and provide operational
autonomy to the departments/units of the institution and work towards
decentralized governance system?
A decentralized functioning mechanism empowers the departments and
individual faculty with flexibility in academic administration. The college
allows the faculty freedom in making decisions in matters related to
curriculum implementation, improvement, teaching-learning. Whenever
teachers come forward with any student-support activity, administration lends
support within the limit of available resources.
6.1.8
Does the college promote a culture of participative management? If ‘yes’,
indicate the levels of participative management.
i. Yes.The faculty take active part in the working of the institution. The
Principal plays the leading role in governance and management of
the institution. The Principal conducts meetings with teachers
periodically and ensures the respective policies are taken for the
smooth functioning ex. Staff council meetings, departmental
meetings etc.
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ii. Students : Students indirectly take part in management. Considering
students’ curricular needs and interest levels, faculty plan and propose various
activities in their meetings with the Principal student council meeting
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?
College has formally stated a Quality policy which is as follows:
1. Ensuring our Vision, Mission and objectives reflect what we actually do
2. Helping all the stakeholders ( presently students, teachers) to work in
conformity
with the vision and mission of the institution
3. Faculty and staff understand how and where their jobs fit into the overall
flow of
work at GDC Paloncha.
6.2.2
Does the Institute have a perspective plan for development? If so, give the
aspects considered for inclusion in the plan.
1. Infrastructure development plan:
1. Auditorium/Seminar Hall
20,00,000
2. New computer lab/language lab 20,00,000
3. ICT tools for all class rooms
15,00,000
4. Rostrums for all class rooms
2,00,000
5. Gymnasium
20,00,000
2. Academic plans:
i. To increase the intake of students Management gives liberty to the principal,
faculty and student representatives to plan for the future progressive system of
education and to conduct seminars, toparticipate in fairs and workshops
conducted by other organizations.
6.2.3 Describe the internal organizational structure and decision making
Processes.
Internal organizational structure divided into two parts:
1, Apex decision-making body
i. Commssionerate of Collegiate Education,Government of Andhra Pradesh
The commissonerate has acadeamic guidance cell which coordinates the
commissionerate in formulating and implementing policies for academic
improvement of the college.
ii.Academic Guidance Cell is headed by the Academic Guidance Officer
who monitors the academic functioning of the colleges
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v.
Academic Guidance Cell consists of several academic
coordinators.
|AT THE COLLEGE LEVEL
ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE OF GDC PALONCHA
The principal heads both the academic and administrative functioning of the
college.
PRINCIPAL
ACADEMIC
ADMINISTRATIVE
LECTURERS
SENIOR ASSISTANT
JUNIOR ASSISTANTS
RECORD ASSISTANTS
OFFICE
SUBORDINATES,NIGHT
SWEEPER,
SCAVENGER
WATCHMAN
WATCHMANNNWATCHEWA
6.2.4
Give a broad description of the quality improvement strategies of the
institution for each of the following
· Teaching & Learning
· Research & Development
· Community engagement
· Human resource management
· Industry interaction
Teaching& Learning
The college is committed to make teaching and learning “Student Centric” in
order to make the students independent and creative thinkers.
Every year the faculty extend special considerations to the financially week
students
1 in form of cash for exam.fee,
2 to pay for their monthly bus passes from their village to college,
3 in the form of small stationery items, fee concessions/scholarships .
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The admissions are made on the basis of merit followed by rule of reservation
made by Government of Andhra Pradhesh and the rules and regulations set by
the Kakatiya University and the process is transparent. The college admits
students of different backgrounds and with varying abilities – rich and poor,
urban and rural, Minority and differently able students.. Their individual needs
are assessed in the beginning of the academic year and teachers design their
activities accordingly.
Learning methods encourage students’ participation through student seminars
and study projects and student-friendly ambience of the class room.Students
are provided with library resources, internet facilities, classroom quiz etc to
achieve qualitative improvement in teaching learning process.
The faculty is recruited through a selection process in accordance with the
Rules and regulations of the government of Andhra Pradesh and APPSC
norms. The temporary teachers are also experienced and well-versed with the
system of functioning of govt.degree college. They are temporary only in
technical terms but virtually they are totally in tune with the systemic
requirements of government degree colleges in Andhra Pradesh.
The teachers are given full permission to enrich their knowledge through
Seminars, Orientation Courses etc.
The academic progress of the students is monitored through Continuous
Internal assessment in its various components. Identification of slow and
advanced learners is made by the faculty on the basis of classroom
interactions, Remedial and tutorial classes are arranged for slow and
differently– abled learners. Advanced learners are encouraged to undertake in
seminars and conferences.
Research & Development
As of now there is no facility for recognized research centre in the college.
The faculty is very much aware of the growing importance of the research
based education. College encourages the teachers for research work.
The Management supports the professional development of the faculty and
encourages them to undertake research and to participate in Seminars,
Orientation courses, Refresher course, Conferences, and Faculty development
programmes bydeputing them to such programmes on duty.
.Community Engagement
College undertakes NSS special camps, blood donation camps and outreach
programmes in which NSS volunteers undertake community-oriented
activities like Social work, health-hygiene awareness, literacy, ,
environmental awareness.
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Human Resource Management
The man power of the college is deployed by the government and the
existing staff is utilized as per the government rules and regulations in
force.
Industry Interaction
Currently the JKC unit enables the students to attend the recruitment drive of
various organizations as and when arranged by the district JKC cell . The
efforts for more industrial linkges will be intiated in the next academic year.
6.2.5
How does the Head of the institution ensure that adequate information
(from feedback and personal contacts etc.) is available for the top management and the stakeholders, to review the activities of the Institution?
Currently the feedback and personal contacts are handled at the college level
by Principal only through faculty and the need for transfer of information to
the higher-ups does not arise
6.2.6
How does the management encourage and support involvement of the
staff in improving the effectiveness and efficiency of the institutional
processes?
i. The management encourages and supports the involvement of the staff in
various development activities of the college. Each of the teaching staff
member is on several institutional committees to sustain and enhance the
quality in education.
ii. improvement of the effectiveness and efficiency of the institutional process
is achieved by giving them freedom and flexibility in executing various
academic activities as well as overall institutional activities.
iii. Principal takes the faculty into confidence and receives their requests,
proposals with regard to all academic activities and institutional functioning
and policy making.
6.2.7
Enumerate the resolutions made by the Management Council in the last
year and the status of implementation of such resolutions
i.
Constituting IQAC
constituted on 19-11-2012
ii.
Prepare the process to present the institution for assessment
and accreditation by the NAAC started SSR prepared
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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?
The affiliating university makes provision for the status of autonomy to
affiliated
institutions, but institution is yet to work on these lines.
6.2.9
How does the Institution ensure that grievances/complaints are promptly
attended to and resolved effectively? Is there a mechanism to analyze the
nature of grievances for promoting better stakeholder relationship?
i.
In regard with grievances/complaints of the students, the grievance
redressal cell attends to the complaints and addresses the
grievances. Till now, a few sporadic grievances from students
have been solved at micro level informally.
ii.
In regard with the grievances of the staff, Principal addresses the
staff grievances in case of the complaints within his perview.
6.2.10
During the last four years, had there been any instances of court cases
filed by and against the institute? Provide details on the issues and
decisions of the courts on these?
6.8 acres of the land of the college is under encroachment and there is a case
pending in court regarding the ownership of the land.
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?
Currently a formal mechanism for collecting feedback from students on
institutional performance is not in place but it is taken orally.
6.3 FACULTY EMPOWERMENT STRATEGIES
6.3.1
What are the efforts made by the institution to enhance the professional
deve- lopment of its teaching and non teaching staff?
Teaching staff:
The principal identifies the individual strengths, areas of interest of the faculty
and accordingly assign the responsibilities. Institution encourages all faculty
members to attend seminars, workshops and to participate in such events
conducted by other colleges.
Non-teaching staff:
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Currently there is no mechanism to enhance professional competence among
non-teachng stafff.
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?
There are no faculty empowerment programmes organized at the college level
but the college deputes its staff to various faculty empowerment progrmmes
like English Language Fellowship programme( conducted by CCE),
Orientation programmes and Refresher courses (conducted by ASCs)
List of lecturers who availed staff enrichment programmes
Sl.No. Name of the
lecturers
01
K.S.P.Roy
02
03
04
Subject
English
O.C/ Date
R..C
R.C 01-07-2012 to
21-0702012
Ch.Jagadeeswar Political science
RAo
B.Sita Ram
Telugu
Ajay
hindi
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.
Currently the institution does not have such a system.
6.3.4
What is the outcome of the review of the performance appraisal reports
by the management and the major decisions taken? How are they
communicated to the appropriate stakeholders?
Currently the institution does not have a structural system of performance
appraisal. However the Principal reviews the departmental activities as well as
general activities in terms of institutional policies and quality-conformation
and guides and advises the faculty to adhere to the quality norms.
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?
i. The regular teaching and non-teaching staff of the college are the permanent
state government employees and hence all the welfare schemes meant for the
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A.P. govt. employees like GPF, CPF, Group Insurance, APGLIF are to
available them.
ii.The Contact Faculty Members who are the temporary teachers also have the
facility of 15 casual leaves for each calender year.
6.3.6
What are the measures taken by the Institution for attracting and
retaining eminent faculty?
Since the staff is governed and controlled by the CCE, the institution has no
role in this regard.
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?
i.
Governmental financial resources
College submits budget proposals every year keeping in view the
institutional requirements. The budget is allotted every year by the CCE
with clear specifications and the same is expended as per the guidelines
without any deviation.
ii.
Non.governmental financial resources
The amount of special fee collected from the students is utilized for the
institutional needs not covered by the government budget like purchase of
prizes, conduct of activities et al.
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 Accountant-General, A.P conducts periodical audit on the accounts of the
institution. The last A.G audit was conducted in the year 2008. There are no
major audit objections.
6.4.3
What are the major sources of institutional receipts/funding and how is
the deficit managed? Provide audited income and expenditure statement
of
academic and administrative activities of the previous four years and the
reserve fund/ Corpus available with institutions. If any. (from office)
There are two sources of finance to the college
iii.
.
Governmental financial resources
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College submits budget proposals every year keeping in view the
institutional requirements. The budget is allotted every year by the CCE
with clear specifications and the same is expended as per the guidelines
without any deviation.
iv.
Non.governmental financial resources
The amount of special fee collected from the students is utilized for the
institutional needs not covered by the government budget like purchase of
prizes, conduct of activities et al.
The corpous fund of Rs.39 lacs is available in the form of Term Deposit.
The audited income and expenditure statements for the last four years are
enclosed.
6.4.4
Give details on the efforts made by the institution in securing additional
funding and the utilization of the same (if any)
The institution plans to prepare and submit proposals to the UGC for
acquisition of additional infrastructure. .
6.5 INTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE SYSTEM (IQAS)
6.5.1 Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC)
a.Has the 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. The institution established an IQAC in the present year. The process of
institutionalizing the quality assusrance is in the offing yet. The cell plans to
design a strategy in consultation with all the faculty.
b. How many decisions of the IQAC have been approved by the
Management/ authorities for implementation and how many of them were
actually implemented?
1.The college adopted and used the academic formats communicated by
the CCE for achievement of procedural uniformity in maintaining the
basic academic records.
2. System of obtaining feedback of students on curriculum is started.
3. An LCD projector has been recently acquired by the college.
i. Proposals were made by the IQAC for establishing at least one LCDprojector enabled class room in the year 2013-14.
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c.Does the IQAC have external members on its committee? If so, Mention
any significant contribution made by them.
Currently the IQAC does not have external members on its committee.
d. How do students and alumni contribute to the effective functioning Of
the
IQAC?
IQAC members informally gather the opinion of the students on the
development needs of the institution. However the formal system of
involving students and alumni in IQAC has yet to come into vogue.
e.How does the IQAC communicate and engage staff from different
constituents of the institution?
i. the staff sizing is low and extent of the departments is limited.
ii. IQAC consists of the teaching staff members only.
iii. All IQAC decisions are arrived at with the staff involvement only.
For the above reasons, there is no virtual distance between IQAC and staff and
hence the question of communication and engaging the staff does not arise.
6.5.2
Does the institution have an integrated framework for Quality assurance
of the academic and administrative activities? If ‘yes’, give details on its
operation-alisation.
Yes. .
6.5.3
Does the institution provide training to its staff for effective
implementation of the Quality assurance procedures? If ‘yes’, give details
enumerating its impact.
The college ensures institutional quality assurance through encouraging the
faculty to implement the curriculum planning, enrichment, teaching-learning
and evaluation with reference to the relevant norms prescribed by the
UGC/NAAC however the college does not provide any special training for
implementation of quality assurance procedures.They are encouraged to attend
Orientation and Refresher courses and workshops/seminars etc.
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?
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Yes .The CCE, AP, Hyderabad conducts academic audit of all government
degree colleges in the state. The audit team deployed by the CCE Academic
Cell visits the college and observes the working of the institution in all
academic aspects. The committee then comments on the performance and
suggests the important changes required.
The college underwent two academic audits i) in March,2012 and
February,2013 and the suggestions made by the audit are being practiced.
However the institution does not conduct any academic audit on its own
6.5.5
How are the internal quality assurance mechanisms aligned with the
requirements of the relevant external quality assurance
agencies/regulatory authorities?
Currently IQAC is the internal quality assurance agency which functions at
insti-tutional level. The college plans and implements all its academic and
administrative activities completely in compliance with the standards/
suggestions/ guidelines / regulations offered by the three external agencies.
i) Kakatiya University the affiliating university which designs and
prescribes
the curriculum, academic calendar and acts as an evaluation agency
awarding
degree at the end of the courses.
ii) CCE Academic cell at the state level which acts as an external quality
assurance agency/regulatory authority and monitors the sustenance and
enhancement of quality of higher educational institutions in terms of all
quality parameters envisaged by the UGC/NAAC
iii) University Grants Commission/NAAC::
The national level quality assurance agency/regulatory authority which
aims at lending excellence and global compatibility to all the higher
educational institutions in India.
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?
Unit tests, terminal examinations, the slip tests, quizzes and assignments are
corrected/valued within a short duration and the findings are communicated
to the students instantaneously. Based on the participation in the class and the
performance shown in the seminars and assignments, the students learning
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level is judged by the lecturer for award of marks in the year -end practical
examination.
Since all the departments (except Commerce) function with single lecturers,
the lecturers themselves continuously review the teaching-learning process of
their learners and furnish their findings to the Principal in monthly staff
meetings . The Principal in turn brings the attention of the faculty to the
institutional goals to help them take necessary steps to improve the learning
process and coordinate with the management for institutional goals. However
there is no separate formal mechanism.
6.5.7
How does the institution communicate its quality assurance policies,
mechanisms and outcomes to the various internal and external
stakeholders?
As the involvement of parents and alumni has not geared up yet, students
are the active stakeholders as of now.
The IQAC in the planning process considers feedbacks collected from the
students to prepare perspectives on development. These developmental
perspectives are discussed in the staff meetings.
The reflections of the staff meetings are recorded. The decisions made by
college are intimated to the students through notice board and circulating
notices to all classes.
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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?
Currently the system of green audit is not in place.
7.1.2
What are the initiatives taken by the college to make the campus EcoFriendly?
Energy conservation
The college class rooms are well ventilated and lighted and need no artificial
lighting. The concept of saving electricity is reinforced to the student as a part
of their behavioural habit. The staff and students consciously make it a point
to save electricity by switching off lights and fans in any room whenever there
is no need.
Use of renewable energy nil
Water harvesting
nil
Check dam construction
nil
Efforts for Carbon neutrality nil
Plantation
The college campus has just acquired compound wall in 2012 -13. The
compound does not exist on one side of campus since there is a court case
pending on the west border. The institution will take up plantation programme
with the help of the forest department.
Hazardous waste management
There is not any hazardous waste emitted in the institution and the case
did not arise till now.
e-waste management nil
7.2 INNOVATIONS
7.2.1
Give the details of innovations introduced during the last four years
which have created a positive impact on the functioning of the college.
1. Admission campaigns were taken up wherein the lecturers visit the
neighbouring Junior colleges, meet the students and enlighten them on the
advantages and facilities offered by the GDC Paloncha
2. SMS facility has been introduced for intimating the shortage of attendance
to the Parents. The facility has also helped the college in giving a quick
update to the students.
3. Various committees such as Women Empowerment Cell, Grievance
Redressal cell, Discipline & Anti Raging Committee exist to ensure
effective functioning of the college.
4. To improve the performance of the faculty, the feedback from the students
is obtained.
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5. Self-maintained reading room was run by the students in the year 2011-12
with limited titles on useful books.
7.3 BEST PRACTICES
7.3.1.
Elaborate on any two best practices as per the annexed format which
have contributed to the achievement of the institutional objectives and/or
contributed to the quality improvement of the core activities of the
students
Title of the Practice.
1. MENTORING CLASS
Mentoring is the pairing of an experienced or skilled person (Mentor) with a
person who would like to improve his or her skills. The Mentor acts as a role
model & supports the mentee by sharing knowledge, resources, & advice to
help them improve their skills.
Goal:
The Practice ‘Mentoring Classes’ was introduced with an aim to improve the
results.
The context
Despite the efforts by the concerned faculty, it was not reaching the students
due to students working as part timers.
Due to low motivation levels
Due to unhealthy domestic environment
So an initiative was taken up to improve the student’s progress.
One hour every week mentoring class is held after regular session. Revisions
were made and model question papers were discussed. Class response was
sought
The practice.
The teachers concerned analyze the students’ to grasp the context. The weak
students are advised to follow the mentoring classes after the regular hours
of college. In mentoring session, question papers revision, discussion on
important topics, assignments on expected questions and problem solving are
given importance.
Evidence of success:
The mentoring classes have been successful up to some extent. Results have
become quite better from the previous year. Efforts are taken to extend the
practice to its best.
.Problems encountered and resource required:
In the beginning, mentoring classes showed a slow turn out. There was a need
for motivation which came a bit slow. In two weeks time, the attendance in
mentoring classes caught up.
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.Classes were made more interesting by relating the topics to current affairs
Attendance was checked.
Resources required:
Power point presentation
Additional preparation
Upgradation of knowledge in the subject.
.Expert guidance.
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Evaluative Report of the Departments
1. Name of the department:
COMMERCE
2. Year of Establishment: 1990-91
3. Names of Programmes/Courses offered(UG,PG,M.Phil etc.,): UG
4. Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments/units involved
: nil
5. Annual/semester/choice based credit system (programme wise):
ANNUAL
6. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other
departments: B.Com.,
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
sanctioned
Filled
Associate Professors
NIL
NIL
Assistant Professors
NIL
NIL
Lecturers
02
02
10. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization
Name
qualification designation
specialization
01 A.R. Satyavathi
M.Com
Lecturer
No. of years
experience
10
02 D.Sujatha
M.Com
Lecturer
08
11. List senior visiting faculty:
1. Dr. Sri K.S.R.K. Prasad, Lect. in Commerce, SRAS GDC, Kothagudem
2. Sri V. N. Kumar, Lect. in Commerce, SRAS GDC, Kothagudem
3. Sri K. Chinnanppaiah, Lect. in Commerce, SRAS GDC, Kothagudem
12. Percentage of lecturers delivered and practical classes handled by
temporary faculty: nil
13. Staff student ratio: 1:54.5
14.
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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/Mphil/P.G.:
M.Phil
16.
Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a.National b.International
funding agencies and grants received._NIL
17.
Departmental projects funded by UGC,DBT,ICSSR,DST-FIST etc.,and
total grants received__NIL
18.
Research centre/facility recognized by the university: NIL
19.Publications :
An essay “Financial Inclusion through enterpreneural aspects- A study of
select villages in Khammam district” by
Smt D.Sujatha,Lecturer in Commerce in the book “Financial
Inclusion- Aspects, Issues and the way forward” published by Himalaya
Publishing House Private Limited.
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. Student projects:
Study Projects and Field surverys
1. Net based Project : Successful Women Entrepreneurs in India
2. Assessment of average annual income in select villages of
Paloncha Mandal
3. Assessment of average literacy rate in select villages of paloncha
mandal.
a.Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the
institution i.e, in research laboratories/industry/other agencies: _NIL
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b.percentage of students who have done in house projects including interdepartmental/programme:
NIL
23.Awards/recognitions received by faculty and students:
_NIL
24.List of eminent academicians and scientists/visitors to the department:
1. Dr. Sri K.S.R.K. Prasad, Lect. in Commerce, SRAS GDC, Kothagudem
2. Sri V. N. Kumar, Lect. in Commerce, SRAS GDC, Kothagudem
3. Sri K. Chinnanppaiah, Lect. in Commerce, SRAS GDC, Kothagudem
25.Seminars/conferences/Workshops organized and the source of
funding:
a.National nil
b.International_NIL
26.Student profile program/coursewise:
Students Profile (2012-13)
Programme of study
Total
Female
Male
B.Com Gen I
10
03
07
B.Com CA I
32
17
15
B.Com Gen II
09
01
08
B.Com CA II
09
04
05
B.Com Gen III
33
24
09
B.Com CA III
16
05
11
109
54
55
Total
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive
examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, CIVIL SERVICES, DEFENCE
SERVICES, ETC.,
S.No. Name of the Student
Class
Selection
01
V. Ashok
B.Com III
Constable in
CRPF
29. Students Progression
Trends in success rate & Dropout Rate:
Programme of study
B.Com Gen I
.
2010-11
2011-12
app
pass
%
app
pass
%
29
07
24
05
05
100
113
B.Com CA I
16
02
12.5
09
04
44
Total
45
09
20
14
09
64
B.Com Gen II
20
14
70
26
12
46
B.Com CA II
13
09
69
11
08
73
Total
33
23
70
3719
20
54
B.Com Gen III
26
06
23
13
14
74
B.Com CA III
26
23
88
32
11
85
Total
52
29
54
25
78
Drop out ratio
year
Admission
Continued
Drop-out
percentage
2009-10
50
32
18
36
2010-11
48
34
14
29.16
B.Com III Academic milestones:

2010-11
2011-12
Distinctions
05
--
First Classes
20
08
Second Classes
03
12
Pass Divisions
01
05
In 2010-11 B.Com students achieved 100% result in 9 papers
(English II, Hindi-II, Taxation, Financial Services Banking and
Insurance, Business laws, Auditing, Advanced Corporate
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Accounting, Web Programming and Relational Data base
management Systems)

In 2011-12 B.ComI General students achieved 100% result in
all papers.

In 2011-12 B.com students achieved 100% result in 8
papers(Fundamentals of Information Technology,Telugu II,
FSBI, E-commerce, Business Data Processing Systems,
Business laws, Auditing, Advanced Corporate Accounting)

D. Rajasekhar, stood topper of Govt. Degree Colleges in
Khammam District at district level with 79% of marks in
Annual Examinations 2010-11.
Progression of academic results:
Academic year
appeared
passed
Percentage
2008-09
46
28
61.47
2009-10
39
26
66.66
2010-11
39
29
74
2011-12
32
25
78.12
Result analysis of the dept. of commerce in Annual Exams for
the last four years.
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30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a. Library :
Text books
Reference
Books
00
30
Journals
00
Periodicals
00
b. Internet facilities for Staff & Students: yes
c. Classrooms with ICT facility: NIL
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college,
university, government or other agencies:
32. Details on student enrichment programmes ( special lectures/
workshops/ seminar) with external experts
Date
Activity
Resource Person
05.11.2011
Extension Lecture on
Sri V. N. Kumar, Lect. in
“Communication Skills”
Commerce, SRAS GDC,
Kothagudem
30.08.12
19.12.12
Awareness programme on
Collaboration with
commerce related
masterminds institute,
professional courses
Guntur
Extension Lecture on Single
Sri V. N. Kumar, Lect. in
Entry System
Commerce, SRAS GDC,
Kothagudem
19.12.12
Extension Lecture on Capital Sri V. N. Kumar, Lect. in
Budgeting
Commerce, SRAS GDC,
Kothagudem
22.12.12
Awareness programme on
Collaboration with
Right to Information Act,
Eenadu, Mundadugu
2005
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33.
Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning :
1.Lecture illustrative method
2.Lecture-Discussion method
34.
Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and
Extension activities:
Smt. A.R.Satyavathi
1. Participated in Admission campaigning in June, 2012
2. conducted an Awareness programme for competitive exams
3. Active participation in NSS Programmes
4. Active participation in Cultural Activities.
5. Incharge of Women Empowerment Cell
6. Incharge of Jawahar Knowledge Cell
Smt. D.Sujatha
1. Incharge of MANA TV
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2. incharge of admission verification
milestones:
 D.Rajasekhar, S. Ramu and S. Chandra Sekhar won I, II prizes in
district level Elocution Competition conducted on Consumers day in
2010.

In 2010-11 B.Com students achieved 100% result in 9 papers (English II,
Hindi-II, Taxation, Financial Services Banking and Insurance, Business
laws, Auditing, Advanced Corporate Accounting, Web Programming and
Relational Data base management Systems)


In 2011-12 B.Com I General students achieved 100% result in all papers.
In 2011-12 B.com students achieved 100% result in 8
papers(Fundamentals of Information Technology,Telugu II, FSBI, Ecommerce, Business Data Processing Systems, Business laws, Auditing,
Advanced Corporate Accounting)
 D. Rajasekhar, stood topper of Govt. Degree Colleges in Khammam Dt. At
district level with 79% of marks in Annual Examinations 2010-11.
 In the university exams held in 2010-11 B.Com III year students achieved
5 distinctions and 20 I classes out of 29 pass outs.
 M. Gopala Rao, B.Com III (CA) got Special Consolation prize for student
study project on “igital Logic Trainer on Micro Electronics” and G.
Sandeep Kumar, B.Com III (CA) got II prize Essay writing in State
Level Maths Olympiad held at GDC, Bhadrachalam on 22-12-2012.
 Sk.Althaf Miya, B.Com III(G) of 2011-12 got II Prize in District Level
NSS Youth Festival held at Susheela Degree College, Madhira on 26-122-2011.
35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future Plans:
Strengths:
1. representing 1/4th of the student strength
2. Getting Good Academic Result
Challenges & weaknesses:




Low student attendance inspite of repeated counseling
Inadequacy of Faculty for the last two academic years.
Excessive work load on faculty members.
No choice of electing optional papers to students.
Evaluative Report of the Departments
01 Name of the department:
ENGLISH
02 Year of Establishment:
1990-91
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03 Names of Programmes/Courses offered(UG,PG,M.Phil
etc.,):
UG Others nil
04.Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the
departments/units involved :
NIL
05 Annual/semester/choice based credit system
(programme wise):
ANNUAL
06 Participation of the department in the courses offered by
other departments: B.COM.,(gen), B.COM (ca)
B.A.,(gen),., B.A., (ca) (B.SC.,(MPC) & B.SC., (BZC)
07 Courses in collaboration with other universities,
industries, foreign institutions, etc., NIL
08 Details of courses/programmes discontinued (if any)
with reasons: NIL
09Number of Teaching Posts
sanctioned
Filled
Associate
NIL
NIL
Professors
Assistant
01
01
Professors
10Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation,
specialization
Name
Qualifi Designatio Specializatio No. of
-cation n
n
years
experienc
e
K.SATY M.A., Lecturer
Common
14 year2
A
wealth
PRASAD
literature
ROY
including
Indian
Writings in
English
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11List senior visiting faculty: 01
NIL
12 Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes
handled by
temporary faculty:
Nil
13 Student teacher ratio:
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/Mphil/P.G.: M.A one other nils
16.Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a.National
b.International funding agencies and grants received._ NIL
17.Departmental projects funded by UGC,DBT,ICSSR,DSTFIST etc.,and total grants received__NIL
18.Research centre/facility recognized by the university: NIL
19.Publications : 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.Student projects:
a. Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations
outside the institution i.e, in research laboratories/industry/other
agencies NO
b.percentage of students who have done in house projects including
inter-departmental/programme : NIL
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23. Awards/recognitions received by faculty and students NIL
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/visitors to the
department:
NIL
25.Seminars/conferences/Workshops organized and the source of
funding
a.National b.International_NIL
26.Student profile program/coursewise(2012-13)
Name of the
Applications
selected
course
received
B.AI
42
42
B.AII
50
50
B.COM I Yr. 42
42
B.COM II yr. 19
19
B.SC.(MPC) I 18
18
B. SC.(MPC) 06
06
II
BSC(BZC) I
10
10
BSC(B)II
14
14
Enrolled
Male Female
37
05
41
09
22
20
14
05
13
05
04
021
09
10
10
04
27.Diversity of students
Name of the
% of students
% of students % of students
course
from the same from other
from abroad
state
states
B.A
100%
NIL
NIL
B.COM
100%
NIL
NIL
BSC(M)
100%
NIL
NIL
BSC(B)
100%
NIL
NIL
28. How many students have cleared national and state
competitive examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, CIVIL
SERVICES, DEFENCE SERVICES, ETC.,
STUDENTS NIL
29. Students Progression NA
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30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
1. Library : AVAILABLE
2. Internet facilities for Staff & Students: yes
a. Classrooms with ICT facility: no
b. Laboratories: no
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college,
university, government or other agencies NIL
32. Details on student enrichment programmes ( special lectures/
workshops/ seminar) with external experts:
1.Seminar on ‘Mind Your Mind” by Dr.T.D.Vimala,
Principal,Govt.SR&AS College,Kothagudem
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning :
1. Student-centric methods like matching, puzzles, charts
2. Discussion method
3. Lecture Method
4. Using Audio clipping for listening.
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and
Extension activities:
Imparting moral education and citizenship concepts through
prescribed lessons and encouraging the students to read good
books and suggesting them suitable titles.
Delivered a talk on “concept of service” in Youth Leadership
Training Programme conducted by NSS
35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future Plans
1. Strength:
 Commitment to make teaching novel through
experiments.
Weaknesses
 Students do not carry text books or any language usage
material of their own
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Opportunity
 Institution gives liberty to make use of computer and
Xerox machine
Challenges
 Providing all the subject material to each student at
individual level at the cost of institution and teachertime.
 Ensuring the students’ participation to the optimum level
Evaluative Report of the Departments
1. Name of the department: TELUGU
2. Year of Establishment: 1990-91
3. Names of Programmes/Courses offered(UG,PG,M.Phil
etc.,): UG
4. Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the
departments/units involved : B.COM.,
B.A.,B.SC.,(MPC) & B.SC., (BZC)
5. Annual/semester/choice based credit system (programme
wise): ANNUAL
6. Participation of the department in the courses offered by
other departments: B.COM., B.A.,B.SC.,(MPC) &
B.SC., (BZC)
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
sanctioned
Filled
Associate
NIL
NIL
Professors
Assistant
01
01
Professors
10.Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation,
specialization
Name
qualificati designati specializati No. of
on
on
on
years
.
123
experien
ce
01
Sri
M.A.,
Lecturer Folklore
B.Seetharam B.Ed.,
ulu
(Ph.d),
NET;
Diploma
in office
automatio
n
11.List senior visiting faculty: 01(Dr. Kavuri Papayya
Sasthry, Retd. Lecturer, GDC, Bhadrachalam)
12.Percentage of lecturers delivered and practical classes
handled by temporary faculty: Nil
13.Student teacher ratio: 1: 163
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/Mphil/P.G.:
PG
16.Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a.National
b.International funding agencies and grants received._ NIL
17.Departmental projects funded by UGC,DBT,ICSSR,DSTFIST etc.,and total grants received__NIL
18.Research centre/facility recognized by the university: NIL
19.Publications : NIL
20.Areas of consultancy and income generated: NIL
21.Faculty as members in
a.National committees NIL
b.International committees NIL
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c.Editorial boards
NIL
22.Student projects:
1. “Girijana janapada Geyalu” - Collection and Analysis
2.”Telugu Samethala Sekarana”
a. Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations
outside the institution i.e, in research laboratories/industry/other
agencies NO
b.percentage of students who have done in house projects including
inter-departmental/programme : nil
23.Awards/recognitions received by faculty and students NIL
24.List of eminent academicians and scientists/visitors to the
department:
1. Dr. Kavuri Papayya Sasthry, Retd. Lecturer, GDC,
Bhadrachalam
25.Seminars/conferences/Workshops organized and the source of
funding
a.National b.International_NIL
26.Student profile program/coursewise(2012-13)
Name of the
Applications
selected
Enrolled
course
received
Male Female
B.A I
36
36
32
04
B.COMI
38
38
20
18
BSC(M)I
14
14
09
05
BSC(B)I
09
09
08
01
B.AII
32
32
26
06
B.COMII
19
19
14
05
BSC(M)II
04
04
03
01
BSC(B)II
12
12
10
02
27.Diversity of students
Name of the
% of students
course
from the same
state
.
% of students
from other
states
% of students
from abroad
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B.A
NIL
NIL
NIL
B.COM
NIL
NIL
NIL
BSC(M)
NIL
NIL
NIL
BSC(B)
NIL
NIL
NIL
28. How many students have cleared national and state
competitive examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, CIVIL
SERVICES, DEFENCE SERVICES, ETC.,
STUDENTS
S.No. Name of the
Class
Selection
Student
01
V. Pramod kumar
BA III
Constable in
BSF
02
V.Ashok
B.Com III Constable in
CRPF
03
M. Krishna kumari B.Com III Marketing
executive
04.
K. Uma
B.Com III Marketing
executive
05
Sk. Althaf
B.Com III Marketing
executive
29. Students Progression
Students progression
Against % enrolled
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
1. Library : available
a. Text books:
b. Reference books: 30
c. Journals: nil
d. Periodicals: 02
2. Internet facilities for Staff & Students: yes
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a. Classrooms with ICT facility: no
b. Laboratories: no
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college,
university, government or other agencies
32. Details on student enrichment programmes ( special lectures/
workshops/ seminar) with external experts:
S.NO
01
DATE
29.08.2012
Extension lecture
“Telugu bhasha pradanyatha – Samakalina
Paristithulu”
By Dr. Kavuri Papayya Sasthri, Retd,lect,
GDC, Bhadrachalam
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning :
1. Lecture Discussion method
2. Story telling method
3. Analysis method
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and
Extension activities:
1. Admission campaigning in June, 2012
2. Incharge of Career Guidance Cell
3. Incharge of Literary and Cultural Activities
4. Incharge of General Computer Lab
5. Active participation in NSS Programmes
6. Active Participation in Industrial Tour to KTPS
35. Faculty Development Programmes:
Date
Topic
place
01
Name of the
programme
Work shop
02-2-2011
Research report writing
02
National Seminar
30-03-2011 and
“Madelu puranam- pariseelana”
31-03-2011
(Paper presentation)
Osmania University,
Hyderabad
Osmania University,
Hyderabad
3rd and 4th
“Research Methodology”
S.No
03
workshop
June,2011
04
Induction
.
25-12-2011 to
Osmania University,
Hyderabad
Kakatiya Degree
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05
Programme
30-12-2011
college, Warangal
Orientation
04-11-2012 to
JNTU, Hyderabad
Programme
03-12-2012
36. SWOC analysis of the department and Future Plans
1. Purchasing Reference books and Journals
2. Acquiring Computer
3. Make students learn Telugu Computer skills.
Evaluative Report of the Departments
01 Name of the department: HINDI
02 Year of Establishment: 1990-91
03 Names of Programmes/Courses offered(UG,PG,M.Phil
etc.,): UG
04.Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the
departments/units involved : NIL
05 Annual/semester/choice based credit system
(programme wise): ANNUAL
06Participation of the department in the courses offered by
other departments: B.COM.,(gen), B.COM (ca)
B.A.,(gen),., B.A., (ca) (B.SC.,(MPC) & B.SC., (BZC)
07Courses in collaboration with other universities,
industries, foreign institutions, etc., NIL
08Details of courses/programmes discontinued (if any) with
reasons: NIL
09Number of Teaching Posts
sanctioned
Filled
Associate
NIL
NIL
Professors
Assistant
01
01
Professors
10Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation,
specialization
.
128
Nam
e
qualificatio
n
Sri
M.A.,
aJAY m.Phil
B.Ed
(Ph.D)
NET;
designatio
n
specializatio
n
Lecturer
No. of
years
experienc
e
01 year
11List senior visiting faculty: 01
Dr.K.S.Indira
12Percentage of lecturers delivered and practical classes handled
by temporary faculty: Nil
13Student teacher ratio: 1: 36
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/Mphil/P.G.: M.Phil one other nils
16.Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a.National
b.International funding agencies and grants received._ NIL
17.Departmental projects funded by UGC,DBT,ICSSR,DSTFIST etc.,and total grants received__NIL
18.Research centre/facility recognized by the university: NIL
19.Publications : 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
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22.Student projects:
a. Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations
outside the institution i.e, in research laboratories/industry/other
agencies NO
b.percentage of students who have done in house projects including
inter-departmental/programme : nil
23.Awards/recognitions received by faculty and students NIL
24.List of eminent academicians and scientists/visitors to the
department:
NIL
25.Seminars/conferences/Workshops organized and the source of
funding
a.National b.International_NIL
26.Student profile program/coursewise(2012-13)
Name of the
Applications
selected
Enrolled
course
received
Male Female
B.AI
06
06
05
01
B.AII
18
18
15
03
B.COM I Yr. 04
04
02
02
B.COM II yr. NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
B.SC.(MPC) I 04
04
04
NIL
B. SC.(MPC) 02
02
01
01
II
BSC(BZC) I
01
01
01
00
BSC(B)II
02
02
NIL
02
27.Diversity of students
Name of the
% of students
% of students % of students
course
from the same from other
from abroad
state
states
B.A
100%
NIL
NIL
B.COM
100%
NIL
NIL
BSC(M)
100%
NIL
NIL
BSC(B)
100%
NIL
NIL
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28. How many students have cleared national and state
competitive examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, CIVIL
SERVICES, DEFENCE SERVICES, ETC.,
STUDENTS NIL
29. Students Progression NA
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
1. Library : AVAILABLE
2. Internet facilities for Staff & Students: yes
a. Classrooms with ICT facility: no
b. Laboratories: no
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college,
university, government or other agencies
32. Details on student enrichment programmes ( special lectures/
workshops/ seminar) with external experts:
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning :
1. Lecture method
2. Discussion method
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and
Extension activities: YES
35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future Plans
1. Increased 2nd language Hindi students.
Evaluative Report of the Departments
01Name of the department:
ECONOMICS
02Year of Establishment:
1990-91
03Names of Programmes/Courses offered (UG,PG,M.Phil etc.,): UG
04Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments/units involved :
NIL
05Annual/semester/choice based credit system (programme wise):
ANNUAL
06Participation of the department in the courses offered by other
departments: NIL
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07Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign
institutions, etc., NIL
08Details of courses/programmes discontinued (if any) with reasons: NIL
09Number of Teaching Posts
sanctioned
Filled
Associate Professors
NIL
NIL
Assistant Professors
NIL
NIL
Lecturers
01
01
10Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization
Name
QualifyDesignaSpecialiNo. of
cation
tion
zation
years of
experience
Sri
M.A.,
Lecturer in Public
28
A.
M.Phil.,
Economics finance
Parameswarudu B.Ed.,
11List senior visiting faculty:
Dr. K. Koteswara Rao, Lecturer in Economics, GDC, Yellandu
Sri N. Gopi, Lecturer in Economics, GDC, Bhadrachalam
12Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled by
temporary faculty: nil
13Student teacher ratio: 1:167
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/Mphil/P.G.:
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 UGC,DBT,ICSSR,DST-FIST etc.,and
total grants received NIL
18.
Research centre/facility recognized by the university: NIL
19.
Publications :
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1.”Economic Development Schemes of Tribes” Article published in the
proceedings sof the seminar on “Tribal Developent in A>P” on 09-092007
2. “The role of NGOs in Micro Finance” published in the proceedings of
the state level seminar on “Evluation of Macro Finance iRural Areas in
A.P.sposored by UGC on 31st Jan and 1st Feb 2009 organised by
Departmet of Economics,GDC,Bhadrachalam
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.Student projects:
1. Images of Economists
2. Cost and Benefit analysis of Cultivation of Cotton in Paloncha
mandal
3. Self Help Groups
4. Financial Position of SMH hostels
5. Cost and benefit analysis of Small Scale business – a case study of
Vegetable vendors
6. Cost and Benefit analysis of Cultivation of chilli in paloncha
mandal
7. Financial position of auto drivers in Paloncha mandal
a.
Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the
institution i.e, in research laboratories/industry/other agencies:
_NIL
b.
percentage of students who have done in house projects including interdepartmental/programme:
NIL
23.Awards/recognitions received by faculty and students:
_NIL
24.List of eminent academicians and scientists/visitors to the
department:
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1.Dr. K. Koteswara Rao, Lecturer in Economics, GDC, Yellandu
2. Sri N. Gopi, Lecturer in Economics, GDC, Bhadrachalam
25.Seminars/conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding:
a.National nil
b.International_NIL
c. State level: “evaluation of Micro finance” funded UGC, conducted at GDC,
Bhadrachalam in January 2009
26.Student profile program/coursewise:
Name of the
Course
Applications
course
received
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
BA Gen
BA CA
BA Gen
BA CA
BA Gen
BA CA
BA Gen
58
18
58
18
47
-42
58
18
58
18
47
-42
Enrolled
male female
48
10
18
00
49
09
18
00
40
07
--39
03
BA CA
--
--
--
27.Diversity of students
Name of the
% of students
course
from the same
state
BA
NIL
selected
--
% of students
from other states
% of students
from abroad
NIL
NIL
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive
examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, CIVIL SERVICES, DEFENCE
SERVICES, ETC.,
S.No. Name of the Student Class
Selection
01
V. Pramod kumar
BA III
Constable in BSF
29. Students Progression
ACADEMIC YEAR
BA
2009-10
77%
2010-11
21%
2011-12
59%
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30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a. Library :
Text books
Reference Books
03
10
Journals
00
Periodicals
02
b. Internet facilities for Staff & Students: yes
c. Classrooms with ICT facility: NIL
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,
government or other agencies:
32. Details on student enrichment programmes ( special lectures/ workshops/
seminar) with external experts
S.NO
DATE
Extension lecture
01
December,
“Liberalisation, Privatization and Globalisation” by
2011
Dr. K. Koteswara rao, Lecturer in Economics,
GDC, Yellandu
02
December,
“Inflation” by Sr N. Gopi, Lecturer in Economics,
2012
GDC, Bhadrachalam
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning :
1.Lecture illustrative method
2.Lecture-Discussion method
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension
activities:
i.Worked as NSS Programme Officer for two years
ii. Actively participated in
 Admision campaign,
 cultural activities and
 industrial tour to KTPS
35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future Plans:
1. To introduce a Certificate Course
2. To acquire a computer
3. To facilitate Students e- classrooms.
4. Encouraging students for Net- Based Projects.
5. To improve admissions
6. To introduce add-on courses.
Evaluative Report of the Departments
1 .Name of the department:
POLITICAL SCIENCE
2. Year of Establishment: 1990-91
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3. Names of Programmes/Courses offered(UG,PG,M.Phil etc.,):
UG
4. Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments/units
involved : B.A
5. Annual/semester/choice based credit system (programme wise):
ANNUAL
6. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other
departments: B.A
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
Sanctioned
Filled
Associate
NIL
NIL
Professors
Assistant
NIL
NIL
Professors
Lecturers
01
01
10.Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation,
specialization
Name
QualiDesigSpecia- No. of years
fication nation
lization ofexperience
Sri Ch.
M.A.,
Jagadeeswara B.Ed.,
Rao
Lecturer nil
12
in
Political
Science
11.List senior visiting faculty:
Dr. B. Venkateswara Reddy, Lecturer in Political Science,
GDC, Nelakondapally
12.Percentage of lecturers delivered and practical classes
handled by temporary faculty: nil
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13.Student teacher ratio: 1:149
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/Mphil/P.G.:
PG: 01 others nil
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from
a.National
b.International funding agencies and grants received._NIL
17. Departmental projects funded by UGC,DBT,ICSSR,DSTFIST etc., and total grants received NIL
18.Research centre/facility recognized by the university: NIL
19.Publications :
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.Student projects:
1. A study on conditions of Muncipalities – a case study of
Paloncha Muncipality
a.Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations
outside the institution i.e, in research laboratories/industry/other
agencies: _NIL
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b.percentage of students who have done in house projects including
inter-departmental/programme:
NIL
23.Awards/recognitions received by faculty and students:
1. Sri Ch. Jagadeeswara Rao, Lecturer in Political Science got
“Commendation Certificate” for achieving 95.56% in Second year
IPE,March 2010 as Principal(FAC), Govt. Junior College,
Kamepally.
2. Best NSS Programme officer award from ViCe Chancellor,
Kaktiya University, Warangal in 2007-08.
3. Best NSS Programme Officer award from Dist. Collector,
Khammam in 2008-09.
24.List of eminent academicians and scientists/visitors to the
department:
Dr. B. Venkateswara Reddy, Lecturer in Political Science,
GDC, Nelakondapally
25.Seminars/conferences/Workshops organized and the source of
funding:
a.National NIL
b.International_NIL
c. State level: NIL
26.Student profile program/coursewise:
Name of
Course
Applications
the course
received
2009-10
BA Gen
58
2010-11
BA Gen
58
2011-12
BA Gen
47
2012-13
BA Gen
42
27.Diversity of students
Name of the
% of students
course
from the same
.
selected Enrolled
male female
58
48
10
58
49
09
47
40
07
42
39
03
% of students
from other
% of students
from abroad
138
B.A.,
state
NIL
states
NIL
NIL
28. How many students have cleared national and state
competitive examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, CIVIL
SERVICES, DEFENCE SERVICES, ETC.,
S.No. Name of the Student
Class
Selection
01
V. Pramod kumar
BA III
Constable in
BSF
29. Students Progression
ACADEMIC
PS III
PS III
YEAR
Paper
Paper
2009-10
91%
93%
2010-11
70.5%
64.7%
2011-12
82%
100%
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a. Library :
Books
Number
Text books
05
Reference
10
Books
Journals
--
Periodicals
01
b. Internet facilities for Staff & Students: yes
c. Classrooms with ICT facility: NIL
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college,
university, government or other agencies:
1. P. Venkateswarlu, BA III, Rambabu, BA III and U.Venkata
Narayana, BA I have been receiving State Government
PRATHIBHA award for their academic excellence at Intermediate
level.
.
139
32. Details on student enrichment programmes ( special lectures/
workshops/ seminar) with external experts
S.NO DATE
Extension lecture
“Marx Communism” by Dr. B.
01
21.12.12
Venkateswara Reddy, Lecturer in
Political Science, GDC,
Nelakondapally
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning :
1. Lecture illustrative method
2. Lecture-Discussion method
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and
Extension activities:
1. Incharge of NSS
2. Incharge of College Library
3. Admission campaigning in June, 2011
4. Active Participation in Industrial Tour to KTPS
5. Active participation in Cultural activities.
35. Faculty Development Programmes:
S.
No
01
Name of the programme
Date
Orientation Programme
28.10.10 to
06.11.2010
02
Refresher Course
17.12.2011
to
Topic
place
98th orientation programme
at Kaktiya University,
WARANGAL
115th refresher course
Kaktiya University,
WARANGAL
22.12.2011
03
Induction Programme
November
28-30, 2011
.
Induction Training
Programme in
SR & BGNR Degree & PG
College, Khammam.
140
04
Orientation Course
21.06.2012
UGc Academic Staff
to
College, Hyderabad.
18.07.2012
05
06
Training Programme on
formation of Red Ribbon
Club sponsored by
UNICEF and APSACS
National Seminar
26.10.2009
Govt. Area Hospital,
Khammam
24th & 25th
march 2012
“Declaining SSRJ Degree and PG
of female
College, Khammam .
sex ratiointer state
variations in
India- issues
and
Challenges”
35. Future Plans:
1. Encouraging students for Net- Based Projects.
2. Strengthening the Learning resources in Departmental Library
3. Conducting Seminars on “ Human Rights”, “Terrorism” and “
Environmental Pollution”
4. To supply students objective study material for competitive
exams related to Political Science.
Evaluative Report of the Departments
01 Name of the department: HISTORY
02 Year of Establishment: 1990-91
03 Names of Programmes/Courses offered(UG, PG,M.Phil):
UG
04 Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the
departments/units involved : NIL
05 Annual/semester/choice based credit system (programme
wise): ANNUAL
.
141
06 Participation of the departments in the courses offered by
other departments: 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
sanctioned
Filled
Associate
NIL
NIL
Professors
Assistant
NIL
NIL
Professors
Temporary
01
01
Lecturers
10 Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation,
specialization
Name
Qualificati Designati specializati No. of
on
on
on
years
experien
ce
G.vijayalax M.A
Contract
05
mi
faculty
11 List senior visiting faculty: NIL
12 Percentage of lecturers delivered and practical classes
handled by temporary faculty:
13 Student teacher ratio:1:167
14
history :
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/Mphil/P.G.:
history :
PG
.
142
16.Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a. National
b.International funding agencies and grants received._ NIL
17.Departmental projects funded by UGC,DBT,ICSSR,DST-FIST etc.,and
total grants received_
NIL
18.Research centre/facility recognized by the university: NIL
19.Publications : 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.Student projects:
a. Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations
outside the institution i.e, in research laboratories/industry/other
agencies: NIL
b. Percentage of students who have done in house projects
including inter-departmental/programme:
NIL
23. Awards/recognitions received by faculty and students:
NIL
24.List of eminent academicians and scientists/visitors to the
department: NIL
25.Seminars/conferences/Workshops organized and the source of
funding:
a. National b. International NIL
26.Student profile program/coursewise: I –B.A(year)
Name of the Appl.received selected
enrolled
course
B.A(G)2012- 42
42
39
03
13
B.A(G)2011- 47
47
12
27.Diversity of students
Name of the
% of students
course
from the same
state
B.SC., (MPC) 100%
B.SC., (BZC) 100%
.
% of students
from other
states
NIL
NIL
% of students
from abroad
NIL
NIL
143
28. How many students have cleared national and state
competitive examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, CIVIL
SERVICES, DEFENCE SERVICES, ETC.,
NIL
29. Students Progression
ACADEMIC
YEAR
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a. Library: nil
b. Internet facilities for Staff & Students: yes
c. Classrooms with ICT facility: NIL
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college,
university, government or other agencies: NIL
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special
lectures/ workshops/ seminar) with external experts
Nil
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning :
1. Lecture illustrative method
2. Lecture-Discussion method
3. Question - answer session
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR)
and Extension
activities: NIL
35. SWOC analysis of the departments and Future Plans:
Not submitted by the departments.
Strengths:
 Faculty members evince personal care on the
students’ learning needs and spend time on filling
their fundamental gaps
Weaknesses
.
144
 Lack of regularity among students
Opportunities
 Freedom to design the curricular plan according to
the working conditions and students’ needs.
Challenges
 Students are from the marginalized families and they
are forced to work as wage-earners during
agricultural operations and thereby learning gaps
arise
Evaluative Report of the Departments
01Name of the department:
MATHEMATICS
02Year of Establishment: 2009-10
03Names of Programmes/Courses offered(UG, PG,M.Phil
etc.,): UG : B.SC.,(MPC)
04Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the
departments/units involved : NIL
05Annual/semester/choice based credit system (programme
wise): ANNUAL
06Participation of the departments in the courses offered by
other departments: nil
07Courses in collaboration with other universities,
industries, foreign institutions, etc., NIL
08Details of courses/programmes discontinued (if any) with
reasons: NIL
09Number of Teaching Posts
.
145
sanctioned
NIL
Filled
NIL
Associate
Professors
Assistant
NIL
NIL
Professors
Temporary
01
01
Lecturers
10Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation,
specialization
Name
Qualificati Designatio specializatio No. of
on
n
n
years
experienc
e
P.
M.Sc.,
Contract
12
Srinivasa (Maths)
faculty
Rao
11List senior visiting faculty: NIL
12Percentage of lecturers delivered and practical classes
handled by temporary faculty:
100%
13Student teacher ratio:
:
1:30
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/Mphil/P.G.:
With M.Phil : 1 Others NIL
16.Number of faculty with ongoing projects from
a. National b.International funding agencies and grants
received. NIL
17.Departmental projects funded by UGC,DBT,ICSSR,DSTFIST etc.,and total grants received_
NIL
.
146
18.Research centre/facility recognized by the university: NIL
19.Publications : 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.Student projects:
1. Maths: Project on “Digital logic Trainer”
a. Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations
outside the institution i.e, in research laboratories/industry/other
agencies: NIL
b. Percentage of students who have done in house projects
including inter-departmental/programme:
NIL
23. Awards/recognitions received by faculty and students:
NIL
24.List of eminent academicians and scientists/visitors to the
department: NIL
25.Seminars/conferences/Workshops organized and the source of
funding:
a. National b. International NIL
26.Student profile program/coursewise: current year
Name of Applications Selected
Enrolled
Pass
the course received
*M *F percentage
2012-13
2012-13
2012-13
In 2011-12
B.SC.,
18
18
13
05
(M)I
B.SC.,
06
06
04
02
.
147
(M)II
B.SC.,
(M)III
06
06
06
00
00
27.Diversity of students
Name of the
% of students
% of students % of students
course
from the same from other
from abroad
state
states
B.SC., (MPC) NIL
NIL
NIL
28. How many students have cleared national and state
competitive examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, CIVIL
SERVICES, DEFENCE SERVICES, ETC.,
NIL
29. Students Progression
ACADEMIC
B.sc I
B.SC II
B.SC.III
YEAR
2009-10
2010-11
66%
53%
2011-12
50%
60%
50%
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a. Library:
Chemistry
Maths
physics
Botany
Text books
10
20
13
10
Reference
05
02
05
Books
Journals
02
-
-
01
Periodicals
02
-
-
01
b. Internet facilities for Staff & Students: yes
c. Classrooms with ICT facility: NIL
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college,
university, government or other agencies:
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures/
workshops/ seminar) with external experts
Maths:
.
148
S.NO
01
DATE
Extension lecture
January,
Arithmatic by V. kishore babu, Lect.
2013
Maths, JVR Govt College, Sathupally.
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning :
1. Lecture illustrative method
2. Lecture-Discussion method
3. Question - answer session
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and
Extension activities: NIL
35. SWOC analysis of the departments and Future Plans:
Not submitted by the departments.
Strengths:
 Faculty members evince personal care on the students’
learning needs and spend time on filling their
fundamental gaps
Weaknesses
 Lack of well-equipped laboratory
Opportunities
 Freedom to design the curricular plan according to the
working conditions and students’ needs.
 Challenges :
 Students are from the marginalized families and they are
forced to work as wage-earners during agricultural
operations and thereby learning gaps arise maths ended.
1
2
3
4
.
Evaluative Report of the Departments
Name of the department: , PHYSICS
Year of Establishment: 2009-10
Names of Programmes/Courses offered(UG,
PG,M.Phil etc.,): UG B.SC.,(MPC) & B.SC., (BZC)
Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the
departments/units involved : NIL
149
5
Annual/semester/choice based credit system
(programme wise): ANNUAL
6
Participation of the departments in the courses offered
by other departments: B.SC.(MPC)= Mathematics,
Physics and Chemistry
19. Courses in collaboration with other universities,
industries,
foreign institutions, etc., NIL
20.details of courses/programmes discontinued (if any) with
reasons:
NIL
7
Number of Teaching Posts
sanctioned
Filled
Associate
NIL
NIL
Professors
Assistant
NIL
NIL
Professors
Temporary
01
01
Lecturers
8
Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation,
specialization
Name
Qualificati Designati specializati No. of
on
on
on
years
experien
ce
N.Adivish M.Sc.
Contract
12
nu
(Physics)
faculty
9
List senior visiting faculty:
i.Dr.Ch.V.Nageswr Rao, Reader in Phycisc,
SRAS,GC,Kothgudem
ii.S.P.Srinivasa Rao,Lecturer in Physics,
SRAS,GC,Kothgudem
10 Percentage of lecturers delivered and practical
classes handled by temporary faculty:
100%
.
150
11
Student teacher ratio:
1:30
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/Mphil/P.G.:
With PG:: 1
16.Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a. National
b.International funding agencies and grants received._ NIL
17.Departmental projects funded by UGC,DBT,ICSSR,DSTFIST etc.,and total grants received_
NIL
18.Research centre/facility recognized by the university: NIL
19.Publications : 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.Student projects:
a. Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations
outside the institution i.e, in research laboratories/industry/other
agencies: NIL
b. Percentage of students who have done in house projects
including inter-departmental/programme:
NIL
23. Awards/recognitions received by faculty and students:
NIL
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists/visitors to the
department: NIL
25.Seminars/conferences/Workshops organized and the source of
funding:
a. National b. International NIL
26.Student profile program/coursewise: current year
Name of Applications Selected
Enrolled
Pass
.
151
the course received
2012-13
B.SC.,
18
(M)I
B.SC.,
06
(M)II
B.SC.,
06
(M)III
2012-13
18
*M *F
2012-13
13
05
06
04
02
06
06
00
percentage
In 2011-12
00
27.Diversity of students
Name of the
% of students
% of students % of students
course
from the same from other
from abroad
state
states
B.SC., (MPC) NIL
NIL
NIL
28.
How many students have cleared national and state competitive
examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, CIVIL SERVICES,
DEFENCE SERVICES, ETC.,
NIL
29. Students Progression
ACADEMIC
B.sc I
B.SC II
B.SC.III
YEAR
2009-10
2010-11
66%
53%
2011-12
50%
60%
50%
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a. Library:
physics
Text books
13
Reference
02
Books
Journals
-
Periodicals
-
b. Internet facilities for Staff & Students: yes
.
152
c. Classrooms with ICT facility: NIL
31.
Number of students receiving financial assistance from college,
university, government or other agencies:
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures/
workshops/ seminar) with external experts
Chemistry
Physics:
S.NO DATE
Extension lecture
01
04-02-13
Crystal system on Solids by Ch.V.
Nageswara Rao, Reader in Physics, SRAS
GDC, Kothagudem
02
05-02-13
Michel sen and morley and interferrometri
by S.P. Srinivasa Rao, Lect. in physics,
SRAS GDC, Kothagudem
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning :
1. Lecture illustrative method
2. Lecture-Discussion method
3. Question - answer session
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and
Extension activities: NIL
35. SWOC analysis of the departments and Future Plans:
Not submitted by the departments.
Strengths:
 Faculty members evince personal care on the students’
learning needs and spend time on filling their
fundamental gaps
Weaknesses
 Lack of well-equipped laboratory
Opportunities
 Freedom to design the curricular plan according to the
working conditions and students’ needs.
Challenges
 Students are from the marginalized families and they are
forced to work as wage-earners during agricultural
operations and thereby learning gaps arise
.
153
Evaluative Report of the Departments
1 Name of the department: CHEMISTRY
2 Year of Establishment: 2009-10
3.Names of Programmes/Courses offered(UG, PG,M.Phil etc.,):
UG i)B.Sc. (MPC) ii) B.Sc(BZC)
12
Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments/units
involved : nil
13
Annual/semester/choice based credit system (programme wise):
ANNUAL
14
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other
departments: NA
15
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries,
foreign institutions, etc., NIL
16
Details of courses/programmes discontinued (if any) with
reasons: NIL
17
Number of Teaching Posts
sanctioned
Filled
Associate Professors
NIL
NIL
Assistant Professors
NIL
NIL
Temporary teacher
01
01
18
Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation,
specialization
Name
Qualification Designation Specialization No. of
years
experience
Smt.
M.Sc.
Contract
Applied
10
K. Y.
(Chemistry) faculty
Environmental
Karuna
Chemistry
19
List senior visiting faculty:
i.
Dr. S. Rajeeru, Reader in Chemistry,SRAS
Govt.Collegae,Kothagudem
ii.
.D.Bhadraiah, SRAS Govt.Collegae,Kothagudem
20
21
Percentage of lecturers delivered and practical classes handled
by temporary faculty ::100 %
Student teacher ratio: 1:75
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/Mphil/P.G.:
.
154
PG 01 Others NIL
16.
Number of faculty with ongoing projects from
a. National b.International funding agencies and grants received._
NIL
17.
Departmental projects funded by UGC,DBT,ICSSR,DST-FIST
etc.,and total grants received_
NIL
18.
Research centre/facility recognized by the university: NIL
19.
Publications : 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.Student projects:
i. Flourosis
ii Biogas
iii Autobiography of chemists
a.
Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the
institution i.e, in research laboratories/industry/other agencies: NIL
b. Percentage of students who have done in house projects including interdepartmental/programme:
NIL
23. Awards/recognitions received by faculty and students:
NIL
24.
List of eminent academicians and scientists/visitors to the department:
NIL
25.Seminars/conferences/Workshops organized and the source of
funding:
a. National b. International NIL
26.Student profile program/coursewise: current year
Name of
Applications
Selected
Enrolled
Pass
the course
received
*M *F
percentage
.
155
2012-13
B.SC., (M)I 18
B.SC.,
06
(M)II
B.SC.,
06
(M)III
B.SC., (B)I 10
B.SC.,
16
(B)II
B.SC.,
19
(B)III
2012-13
18
06
2012-13
13
05
04
02
In 2011-12
06
06
00
00
10
16
09
13
01
03
19
14
05
17
27.Diversity of students
Name of the
% of students
% of students
% of students
course
from the same
from other states from abroad
state
B.SC., (MPC)
NIL
NIL
NIL
B.SC., (BZC)
NIL
NIL
NIL
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive
examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, CIVIL SERVICES, DEFENCE
SERVICES, ETC.,
NIL
29. Students Progression
ACADEMIC
B.sc I
B.SC II
B.SC.III
YEAR
2009-10
2010-11
66%
53%
2011-12
50%
60%
50%
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a. Library:
Type of books
Number
Text books
10
Reference
05
Books
Journals
02
Periodicals
02
b. Internet facilities for Staff & Students: yes
c. Classrooms with ICT facility: NIL
31.
Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,
government or other agencies:
.
156
32.
Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures/ workshops/
seminar) with external experts
Chemistry
S.NO
DATE
Extension lecture
01
15-11-12
MOT by S. Rajeeru, Reader in Chemistry, SRAS
College, Kothagudem
02
20-12-12
Phase rule by Sri D. Bhadraiah, Lect. in
Chemistry, SRAS GDC, Kothagudem
03
18-1-13
Carbohydrates by Dr. A.Vanaja, SRAS GDC,
Kothagudem
04
04-02-13
Theories of Bending in co-ordination Chemistry
by S. Rajeeru, Reader in Chemistry, SRAS
College, Kothagudem
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning :
1. Lecture illustrative method
2. Lecture-Discussion method
3. Question - answer session
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and
Extension activities: NIL
35. SWOC analysis of the departments and Future Plans:
Strengths:
 Faculty members evince personal care on the students’
learning needs and spend time on filling their fundamental
gaps
Weaknesses
 Lack of well-equipped laboratory Opportunities

Freedom to design the curricular plan according to the
working conditions and students’ needs.
Challenges
 Students are from the marginalized families and they are
forced to work as wage-earners during agricultural
operations and thereby learning gaps arise
.
157
Evaluative Report of the Departments
01Name of the department: BOTANY
02Year of Establishment: 2009-10
03Names of Programmes/Courses offered(UG, PG,M.Phil
etc.,): UG: B.SC.(BZC)
04Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the
departments/units involved : NIL`
05Annual/semester/choice based credit system (programme
wise): ANNUAL
06Participation of the departments in the courses offered by
other departments: B.SC., (BZC)
07Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries,
foreign institutions, etc., NIL
08 etails of courses/programmes discontinued (if any) with
reasons: NIL
09 umber of Teaching Posts
sanctioned
Filled
Associate
NIL
NIL
Professors
Assistant
NIL
NIL
Professors
Temporary
01
01
Lecturers
.
158
10 Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation,
specialization
Name
Qualification Designation Specia- No. of
lization years
experience
S.
M.Sc.
Contract
04
Triveni (Botany)
faculty
11 List senior visiting faculty: NIL
12 Percentage of lecturers delivered and practical classes
handled by temporary faculty:
100%
13 Student teacher ratio:
Botany
:
1:45
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/Mphil/P.G.:
:
PG : 01
Others nil
16.Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a. National
b.International funding agencies and grants received._ NIL
17.Departmental projects funded by UGC,DBT,ICSSR,DST-FIST
etc.,and total grants received_
NIL
18.Research centre/facility recognized by the university: NIL
19.Publications : 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.Student projects:
.
159
a. Bonsai plants
b. Pond Eco-system
C. Collection of Medicinal Plants
a. Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations
outside the institution i.e, in research laboratories/industry/other
agencies: NIL
b. Percentage of students who have done in house projects
including inter-departmental/programme:
NIL
23. Awards/recognitions received by faculty and students:
NIL
24.List of eminent academicians and scientists/visitors to the
department: NIL
25.Seminars/conferences/Workshops organized and the source of
funding:
a. National b. International NIL
26.Student profile program/coursewise: current year
Name of Applications Selected
Enrolled
the course received
*M *F
2012-13
2012-13
2012-13
B.SC.,
10
10
09
01
(B)I
B.SC.,
16
16
13
03
(B)II
B.SC.,
19
19
14
05
(B)III
27.Diversity of students
Name of the
% of students
course
from the same
state
B.SC., (BZC) 100%
.
% of students
from other
states
NIL
Pass
percentage
In 2011-12
17
% of students
from abroad
NIL
160
28. How many students have cleared national and state
competitive examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, CIVIL
SERVICES, DEFENCE SERVICES, ETC.,
NIL
29. Students Progression
ACADEMIC
B.sc I
B.SC II
B.SC.III
YEAR
2009-10
2010-11
66%
53%
2011-12
50%
60%
50%
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a. Library:
Botany
Text books
10
Reference
05
Books
Journals
01
b. Internet facilities for Staff & Students: yes
c. Classrooms with ICT facility: NIL
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college,
university, government or other agencies:
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures/
workshops/ seminar) with external experts
Botany: Nil
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning :
1. Lecture illustrative method
2. Lecture-Discussion method
3. Question - answer session
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and
Extension activities: NIL
35. SWOC analysis of the departments and Future Plans:
Not submitted by the departments.
Strengths:
.
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 Faculty members evince personal care on the students’
learning needs and spend time on filling their
fundamental gaps
Weaknesses
 Lack of well-equipped laboratory
Opportunities
 Freedom to design the curricular plan according to the
working conditions and students’ needs.
Challenges
 Students are from the marginalized families and they are
forced to work as wage-earners during agricultural
operations and thereby learning gaps arise
.
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