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Govt. First Grade College Periyapatna Principal Presentation -NAAC Peer Team

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Principal's presentation before the NAAC Peer Team
24-10-2016. GFGC-Periyapatna

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Govt. First Grade College Periyapatna Principal Presentation -NAAC Peer Team

  1. 1. Govt. First Grade College Periyapatna http://gfgcperiyapatna.weebly.com Cordially Welcomes NAAC PEER TEAM 24th October 2016 to 26th Oct 2016 Presented by Vasantha Raju N. Librarian GFGC-Periyapatna
  2. 2. About the College • Government First Grade College, Periyapatna was established in the year 1991 with a motto of providing higher education for the rural students largely coming from the agricultural background. • The college in 1991 was started with only 41 students now it has the student strength of almost 500. • Because of the efforts of Late Sri. Kalamarigowda, former MLA, Sri. H.S. Basavaraju, former MLA, current sitting MLA of Periyapatna constituency Sri. K. Venkatesh, and teaching and non-teaching staff, the college has seen tremendous growth in recent years. • The college has spacious 10 acres of land which is an indication for tremendous growth and also environmental friendly ambience • The College attracts students from not only Periyapatna but also from other nearby taluk (K.R. Nagar, Kodugu district) • The ample space available in the college premises gives enough opportunity to expand considerably and develop it has unique building with right ambience for students overall growth
  3. 3. Vision of the College To enhance quality of education, personal enrichment & social responsibility among the students with socially responsible Mission of the College 1. To provide holistic education for making our students a responsible citizens 2. Taking higher education to the rural community and enable them to participate in creating a better world for every one
  4. 4. Objectives of the College 1. To make provision for socially and economically weaker sections of the society to pursue higher education at lower costs. 2. To facilitate physical and intellectual growth of the students. 3. To inculcate social awareness, environmental consciousness, leadership qualities and patriotism among students. 4. To upgrade knowledge and teaching skills of the teachers for the benefit of the students
  5. 5. College Details Name Government First Grade College Address Haravemallaraja Patna District MYSORE State KARNATAKA Phone number 08223-274819 E-mail ID gfgcppatna07[at]gmail.com Website http://www.gfgcperiyapatna.weebly.com http://gfgc.kar.nic.in/periyapatna/ Affiliated University Of Mysore, Mysore Type of institution Co-Education (Boys and Girls) District Mysore State Karnataka
  6. 6. UGC Recognition Recognition Date 2 (f) 05-02-2005 12 (b) 05-02-2005
  7. 7. DETAILS OF COLLEGE BUILDING • College established in the year 1991 in a rented building in Periyapatna • In the year 2002-03 College Shifted To the present location (with 5 classroom along with Principal and Office Room ) • In the year 2008-09 additional 04 rooms and one library hall in the first floor constructed by Department of Collegiate Education (DCE) • In the year 2013-14 additional 04 rooms were constructed by DCE in the first floor where Staff Room and Computer Lab is housed)
  8. 8. Land Utilization • Developing as environmental friendly campus with planting 100 tress with support the Department of Forest, Periyapatna • Constructing Boys Hostel for Students with support of DCE • Space is identified to build separate library block
  9. 9. Plants and Building Construction
  10. 10. How Building Rooms Are Utilized
  11. 11. Class Rooms Allocations • 9 Class Rooms are Allotted for Students in the Ground Floor • 2 Class Rooms are allotted for Students in the First Floor • Computer Lab, Reading Room, Library and Staff Rooms are placed in the first floor
  12. 12. Computer Lab, Class Rooms and Library
  13. 13. Rest Rooms for Students and Staff
  14. 14. Courses that Offered in Our College Course Options Available for Students Duration of the Course BA History –Economics-Political Science (HEP) History –Economics-Sociology (HES) History-Political Science-Geography (HPG) History-Economics-Kannada (optional) (HEK) 3 Years (6 Semester) B.COM Bachelor of Commerce 3 Years (6 Semester) BBM Management 3 Years (6 Semester)
  15. 15. Teaching Staff Availability Details (Human Resource ) Department Sanctioned Post Presently Employed (Permanent Staff) Vacancy Availability Kannada 01 01 00 English 01 00 01 Commerce & Managemen t 04 02 (01 on Deputation to other college) 02 History 02 01 01 Economics 01 00 01 Political Science 01 00 01 Sociology 01 01 (Principal) 00 Geography 00 No Sanctioned Post 00
  16. 16. Permanent Teaching Staff Details SL No Name Designation Educational Qualification Experienc e 01 Prof. K.G. Rangaswamy Principal MA 30 02 Dr. M.S. Veda Associate Professor MA, Ph.D. 21 03 Mr. Girish M.C. Assistant Professor M.COM, M. Phil., Ph.D. (Pursuing ) 10 04 Mr. Jayanna B.R. Assistant Professor MA, B. Ed. Ph.D. (Pursuing ) 10 05 Mr. Trinesh T.R. Assistant Professor (On Deputation) M.COM, MBA, ICWA Ph.D. (Pursuing ) 07 06 Dr. Vasantha Raju N. Librarian MLISc, Ph.D. 09
  17. 17. Subject-Wise Distributions of Guest Faculty SL No Subject Number of Guest Faculty 01 Commerce & Management 09 02 Economics 03 03 English 03 04 Environmental Science 01 05 Geography 03 06 History 01 07 Kannada 02 08 Environmental Science 01 09 Political Science 03 10 Computer Science 01 11 Sociology 01 Total 28
  18. 18. Details of Administrative Staff Name of the Post Sanctioned Post Presently Employed (Permanent Staff) Vacancy Manager 00 02 (DEPUTED) 00 Superintenden t 01 01 00 First divisional assistant 01 00 01 Second divisional assistant 03 01 02 Attender 03 01 02 Peon 03 00 03
  19. 19. Administrative Staff Presently Working SL No Name Designation Educational Qualification 01 Mr. Yashwanth Kumar (Deputed) Gazatted Manager M.A. 02 Ms. Meenakshi K.S. (Deputed) Gazatted Manager M.A. 03 Ms. Kavitha Superintende nt B.A. 04 Mr. Mahadeviah M. SDA SSLC 05 Mr. Eshwar N. Attender SSLC
  20. 20. Temporary Administrative Staff Employed through College Development Council (CDC) SL NO Name Designation 01 Vijaylakshmi Data Operator 02 Mr. Salahuddin Ayubi Library Assistant 03 Ms. Sowmya Office Assistant 04 Mr. Narsegowda Night Watchman 05 Mr. Subramanya Cleaning Staff
  21. 21. Curricular Aspects • The Affiliating University (University of Mysore) design the Syllabus by constituting Board of Studies (BoS) • The affiliating University (University of Mysore) is continuously changing the Syllabus to suit the changing needs of the time • The Bachelor Degree Course is having 3 years + 3 years for completing the course • The college offer various combinations (HEP/HES/HPG/HEK) for its students mainly for BA students to select their of subjects
  22. 22. Curricular Aspects Conti… ● Orientation programme is conducted at the beginning of academic year for new comers ● At the beginning of each semester faculties give concerned syllabus to all students and will brief them about the topics covered in the syllabus. ● College Teaching Staff uses various teaching aids, such as power point presentations, pictures, documentary films and other tools to make teaching more interesting. ● Expose students to have practical knowledge about curriculum through industrial visits, Interactions and educational tours to places of importance, etc., ● Organize special lectures by subject experts, eminent personalities, on current areas of concern subject prescribed in the syllabus. ● Motivating students to bring out Wall magazines based on the curriculum (Anavarana)
  23. 23. Curricular Aspects Conti…● Whenever syllabus is redesigned/reframed or modified by the affiliating university, concerned teaching staff of the subject is deputed to attend the workshops conducted by the Associations of the respective Departments to have fair knowledge about the changes ● Board of Studies of Concerned Subject, provides the model question papers whenever the syllabus is redesigned/reframed. ● Many Academic staff colleges conduct Refresher course (RC) on all the subjects to enrich the knowledge of teaching staff and equip them to teach the curriculum by adopting to the contemporary challenges of teaching ● The staff is advised to supplement their teaching by guiding the students to view EDUSAT programmes telecasted by the DCE. ● We also conduct programmes like Angla, Vikasana, Sahayog designed and implemented by the DCE to help the students to improve their soft skills.
  24. 24. Induction Program/EDUSAT Program for Students/Programs for improve Soft Skills
  25. 25. Well Equipped Labs and Class Rooms
  26. 26. Teaching Staff – Orientation/Refresher Course Attended Details Name Orientation/Refresher course Attended Details of Involvement in Academic Meetings Dr. M.S. Veda Participated in One Orientation Programme & Two Refresher Course at the University Of Mysore, Mysore Member BoS, University of Mysore, Mysore Mr. Girisha M C Participated in Orientation Programme & One Refresher Course Conducted by Bharatiyar University, Coimbatore Member BoS,, University of Mysore, Mysore & attended 2 workshop related to course syllabus, Life Member of All India Commerce Association Mr. Jayanna B.R. Participated in orientation programme & one refresher course conducted by University of Mysore, Mysuru. Member, BoS, University of Mysore, Mysuru Mr. Trinesh T.R. Participated in orientation programme & one refresher course conducted by University of Mysore, Mysuru. Member, BoS, University of Mysore, Mysuru Fellow-ICWA
  27. 27. Institution Undertakes Following Initiatives for Effective Curriculum Delivery:  Bridge courses are conducted at the beginning of the each semester (for B.COM.).  Slow learning students are identified and provided with remedial classes.  Tutorial classes in various subjects are engaged by the concerned teaching staff.  Special lectures/talks are organized periodically in which subject experts brief the students on required topics.  Students are motivated to present talks on various segments of the syllabus (budget- poetry recitation-students seminars).  Assignments/projects are given to the students on various topics.  Educational tours are organized to the places of cultural heritage, historical and mythological significance. Industrial visits are also periodically organized (Court visit- Jungle Tours).
  28. 28. Academic Flexibility • Allow students to selects their choice of combinations • Organizing talks/lectures to supplement the teaching • Organizing Students study tours • College conducts Angola, Vikasana, Sahyog programmes to improve the communication skills, personality development, and soft skills of the students along with the existing curriculum structure
  29. 29. Curriculum Enrichment • Running National Service Scheme (NSS) Programme • Scouts and Guides Unit • Organizing talks on Environment, Human Rights and other contemporary issues to create awareness • Sports facilities for students (Taluk Play Ground is located very much near to the college building) • Well Equipped Computer Lab with required technological facilities
  30. 30. National Service Scheme (NSS) Camp Details Years Program Date in Camp was held Budget 2014-15 NSS Camp 26-02-2015 to 04-03- 2016 23400 2014-13 03-03-2014 to 09-03- 2014 22500 2013-12 20-03-2013 to 27-03- 2013 23400 2011-12 24-02-2012 to 31-02- 2012 22500
  31. 31. NSS Camps Organized in Various Places
  32. 32. Scouts and Guides Units and Students Involving in Sports
  33. 33. Special Talks on Human Rights, Health and Hygiene and Environmental Protection
  34. 34. Computer Lab with LAN and LCD Projector for Presentations and Screening Films
  35. 35. Criterion II- Teaching Learning & Evaluation
  36. 36. Student Admission Details (2011-12 to 2015-16) 2016-17 Student Strength is 456 Students Details 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 Male Femal e Male Femal e Male Femal e Male Female Male female SC 119 61 106 72 112 81 94 75 83 70 ST 32 12 32 20 48 23 41 23 38 19 OBC 324 203 348 228 352 241 292 204 256 157 General 0 0 1 2 2 3 3 2 2 1 Total 475 276 487 322 514 348 430 304 379 247 Grand total 751 809 862 734 626
  37. 37. Student Admission Details 119 61 106 72 112 81 94 75 83 70 32 12 32 20 48 23 41 23 38 19 324 203 348 228 352 241 292 204 256 157 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 Male Female Male Female Male Female Male Female Male female 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 General OBC ST SC
  38. 38. Student Strength (2011-12 to 2016-17) 0 200 400 600 800 1000 2011-12 2012-13 2103-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 751 809 862 734 626 456 Numbers Years
  39. 39. Overall Pass Percentage of the Students (2011-12to 2015-16) 69 44 73 71 61 47 55 72 53 69 23 20 24 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 OVERALL RESULT OF THE COLLEGE in % BA B.COM BBM
  40. 40. Teaching and Learning Process • The College maintains its own calendar of events consisting of academic and other extracurricular activities. • The Principal approves the College calendar and it will be circulated among the staff and the students. • The Time Table committee designs the Time Table on the basis of the Department workload.
  41. 41. Teaching and Learning Process Conti..• Faculty member prepares the teaching plan at the beginning of each academic year and submits it to HODs. – Each Faculty adheres to the teaching plan. – Maintenance of work--diary by each faculty member. – Periodical scrutiny of work diary by the HODs and the Principal. – Maintenance of student attendance registers by concerned teacher. – Class tests are conducted by the concerned teachers and student assessment examinations are conducted centrally by the Examination committee. – The internal marks are finalized by the concerned teachers with the supervision of HODs and later sent to the University in appropriate format. – Old question papers are solved at the end of each chapter or on the completion of syllabus.
  42. 42. Internal quality assurance cell and Its Role in Teaching and Learning The IQAC meetings are held regularly and advised to the faculty members to develop teaching methods. IQAC also performing following duties: • IQAC helps the administration in preparing the academic calendar • The IQAC takes part in administration is designing the feedback formats • The students feedback on teachers is processed by IQAC • The IQAC gives inputs to the career guidance and placement cell • The IQAC has been coming up with formats for collecting feedback on curriculum from both the students and the teachers • Preparation of the annual-plan targeted at the quality improvement of various functions of the college. The academic calendar of the college is based on this plan.
  43. 43. Innovative Teaching Approaches/Methods Adopted By The Faculty During The Last Four Years • Use of laptops inside the class rooms • Use of maps/charts • Use of films to teach in literature classes • Use of computer lab and internet for accessing information
  44. 44. Teacher’s Quality Highest qualificatio n Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Total Male Femal e Male Female Male Femal e Permanent teachers D.Sc./D.Litt. - - - - - - 00 Ph.D. - - - 01 01 - 02 M.Phil. - - - - 01 - 01 PG - - - 01 04 - 05 Temporary teachers Ph.D. - - - - - - - M.Phil. - - - - - - - PG - - - - - - - Part-time teachers Ph.D. - - - - 01 - 01 M.Phil. - - - - 09 06 15 PG - - - - 12 09 21
  45. 45. Teaching Learning Material Development, Selection And Use Some of our teachers have developed some of the materials online and have hosted it on the web 1. Girish M.C. has hosted some of his presentations at http://www.slideshare.net/girishsupreetha 2. Vasantha Raju N. has hosted 13 of his presentation in http://www.slideshare.net/Vasanthrz
  46. 46. Criterion III- Research Consultancy & Extension
  47. 47. Research Committee SL. No. Committee member Role 1. Prof. K.G. Rangaswamy Chairman 2. Dr. M.S. Veda Coordinator 3. Mr. Girisha M.C. Member 4. Mr. Jayanna B.R. Member 5. Dr. Vasantha Raju N. Member
  48. 48. Minor Research Projects Details Dr. Veda M.S. UGC/SAP- Project on “ western literary criticism : Modern age” UGC sponsored Minor Research Project on“ Feminist Discourse in Vaidehi’s Literature” 2 years(2008 to 2010) Girisha M.C. Minor Research Project Completed In The Year 2013-14 “Talent Acquisition Policies In Hardware Companies In Mysore”
  49. 49. Research Award and Recognition Sl. No. Name of the Faculty Research Award 1. Veda M.S. "Thriveni Literary Award" from Karnataka Lekakiyara Sangha, Bangalore, in 2011. "H.V. Savithramma Award" from Karnataka Lekakiyara Sangha, Bangalore to the novel "Raja Odeyar" in 2015 2. Vasantha Raju N. 2011 Emerald Indian LIS Research Fund Award: Highly Commended research award for the project proposal entitled “Use of social network sites and its effect on students of engineering colleges in Mysore city: An exploratory study” Won third best paper award for the research paper “Re-Examining the Location of Web Objects: A Study of Library Websites” by KELPRO Bulletin
  50. 50. Faculty h-index
  51. 51. Prioritized Research Areas And The Expertise Available With The Institution SL No. Name of the Faculty Area of specialization/expertization 1. Dr. M.S. Veda Kannada literature and culture Feminist Discourse 2. Mr.Girish M.C. Commerce and Management 3. Mr.Jayanna B.R. Modern History, History of Karnataka 4. Dr. Vasantha Raju N. Computer mediated communication and Web studies
  52. 52. Seminars/workshops/training and sensitization programs organized in the College SL. No. Topic of the workshop/Seminar/training program Date Venue 1. ಬಿ.ಎಸ್. ಸಣ್ಣಯ್ಯ ಬದುಕು-ಬರಹ: ಒಂದು ಅವಲ ೋಕನ 28-04-2014 GFGC- Periyapatna 2. ಪರಿಸರ ಸಂರಕ್ಷಣ : ಲಕ್ಷ ವೃಕ್ಷ ಅಭಿಯಾನ 02-07-2014 GFGC- Periyapatna 3. ಪತ್ರಿಕಾ ದಿನಾಚರಣ : ವಿಶ ೋಷ ಉಪನಾಯಸ ಕಾಯ್ಯಕಿಮ 30-07-2014 GFGC- Periyapatna 4. ಹದಿಹರ ಯ್ದವರ ಸಮಸ್ ಯಗಳು ಮತ್ುು ಸವಾಲುಗಳು ಮತ್ುು ಪರಿಹಾರಗಳು: ಒಂದು ದಿನದಉಪನಾಯಸಕಾಯ್ಯಕಿಮ 12-08-2014 GFGC- Periyapatna 5. ಲಂಗ ತಾರತ್ಮಯ ಮತ್ುು ಲಂಗ ಸ ಕ್ಷಮತ : ವಿಶ ೋಷ ಉಪನಾಯಸ ಕಾಯ್ಯಕಿಮ 10-03-2015 GFGC- Periyapatna 6. ತ್ಂಬಾಕು ನಮಗ ಅವಶ್ಯವ ೋ? ವಿಶ ೋಷ ಉಪನಾಯಸ ಕಾಯ್ಯಕಿಮ 30-03-2015 GFGC- Periyapatna 7. Book Culture 26-08-2015 GFGC- Periyapatna 8. ರ ೈತ್ರ ಅತ್ಮಹತ ಯ ಮತ್ುು ಪರಿಹಾರ ೋಪಾಯ್ಗಳು: ವಿಶ ೋಷ ಉಪನಾಯಸ ಕಾಯ್ಯಕಿಮ 28-09-2015 GFGC- Periyapatna 9. ಯ್ುವಕರು ಮತ್ುು ಪಿಜಾತ್ಂತ್ಿಕಾಾಗಿಅಂಬ ೋಡ್ಾರ್: ವಿಶ ೋಷ ಉಪನಾಯಸ ಕಾಯ್ಯಕಿಮ 30-10-2015 GFGC- Periyapatna
  53. 53. Eminent Personalities Visited Our College • For the last four years following eminent personalities have been visited our college for delivering lectures/talks and to interact with students SL No. Name of the Person Date of the visit 1. Sri Muralidhar, GFGC, T-Narsipura 2012-13 2. Sri Venkateshappa 3-3-2015 3. Sri. D. Nagarajegowda, Civil Judge, JMFC-Peiryapatna 26-09-2013 4. Dr. Y.D. Rajanna, Neladani Cultural Organization President 31-01-2014 5. Sri. Raj Kumar, Forest Officer, Dept. of Forestry, Govt. of Karnataka 29-03-2014 6. Dr.Ramegowda, Kannada Scholar 28-04-2014 7. Dr. Krishnamurthy Hannur, Professor 28-04-2014 8. Dr.Vasanthkumar Thimkapur, Scientist 30-04-2014 9. Sri Prasanna Kumar, Circle Inspector, 30-04-2014
  54. 54. Eminent Personalities Visited Our College Conti… 11. Dr.Satish Chandra, Professor 30-07-2014 12. Dr.Manikarnika, Doctor 12-08-2014 13. Prof. Morabada Mallikarjuna, Principal, GFGC-Nanjangudu 26-08-2014 14. Prof. Kalachennegowda, Coordinator, NSS, University of Mysore 26-08-2014 15. Prof. G.B. Shivraj, Secretary, Gandhi Bahvan, Bangalore 09-04-2014 16. Smt. Manjula Manasa, Chairman, Karnataka State Women’s Commission 01-04-2015 17. Sri Balachandra, DFO, Hunsur Region 01-04-2015 18. Dr. H.L. Satish 10-03-2015 19. Sri Vasanthkumar Mysorematt, Social Activist 30-03-2015 20. Dr.Satish Chandra, Professor 26-08-2015 21. Dr. B.J. Vijay Kumar, President, District Congress Party, Mysore 28-09-2015
  55. 55. Resource Mobilization for Research Funds Mobilization 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 Minor Projects NIL NIL 01 NIL Funds received from other Funding Agencies NIL NIL 90,000 NIL
  56. 56. Research Publications SL No Name Internatio nal journals/ National journals Internationa l conference paper presentatio n National level Paper presentation/ participation State level conference presented /participated 1 Dr. Veda M.S. 00 00 00 05 2 Dr. Vasantha Raju N. 1(IJ)16( NJ) 03 08 00 3 Mr. Girisha M.C. 03 04 15 02 4 Mr. Jayanna B.R. 00 00 12 (Participated) 01 (Presentation) 10 (Participated) 01 (Presentation) 5 Trinesh T.R. 00 02 03 00 TOTOAL 4 + 16 09 27 08
  57. 57. Workshop And Training Details SL No NAME INTERNATIO NAL LEVEL NATIONAL LEVEL STATE LEVEL 1 Dr. Veda M.S. 00 00 00 2 Dr. Vasantha Raju N 00 05 04 3 Girisha M.C. 01 03 03 4 Jayanna B.R. 00 02 08 5 Trinesh T.R. 00 02 02 TOTAL 01 12 17
  58. 58. Research Articles in Peer Reviewed Journals Name of the Faculty Girish M.C. 1. Talent Acquisition Policies in Hardware Companies, A Study on Wep Peripherals”, Green earth research network, IJMR. 12 (2). 2. Consumer Attitude Towards After Sales Service. International Organization For Scientific Research, 10 (10). 3. India and Foreign Institutional Investors. International Organization For Scientific Research, 5 (1). Vasantha Raju N. 1. Current trends in Webometrics research (Special issue on Scientometrics). SRELS Journal of Information Management. 50(5), 657-665 2. How does UGC identify predatory journals [Correspondence].Current Science, 104(11), 1461 3. Citation analysis of publications of LIS teachers in South India. Information Studies, 18(3), 143-161 4. A study of citation accuracy in psychology theses submitted to the University of Mysore. Annals of Library and Information Studies, 58(4), 326-
  59. 59. CRITERION IV: INFRASTRUCTURE AND LEARNING RESOURCES
  60. 60. INFRASTRUCTURE AND LEARNING RESOURCES • Hostel Facility – Accommodation available in BCM hostels & social welfare hostels. Boys hostel is under construction in the college campus • Computer facility including access to internet • Facilities for medical emergencies- first aid box available in college • Library and Information Centre with good Collections of Books and Scholarly Journals • Internet and Wi-Fi facility in college campus. Local Area Network installed • Constant supply of safe drinking water
  61. 61. Common Facilities available on the campus for Various Units SL No. Units Place/Space Coordinator 1. IQAC Department of History Prof. Jayanna B.R. 2. Grievance Redressal unit Department of Kannada Dr. M.S. Veda 3. Women’s Cell Department of Kannada Dr. M.S. Veda 4. Counselling and Career Guidance/ Placement Unit Department of Commerce Prof. Girish M.C. 5. Safe drinking water facility Made arrangements at the First Floor
  62. 62. Library as a Learning Resource Centre Library Resources in a Nutshell SL No. Type of Resources In Numbers 1. Number of Books 22747 2. Number of Titles 4889 3. Reference Books (Includes dictionary/Encyclopaedia/Competitive examination books/Year Books, etc.) 1437 4. Number of Journals/Magazines 16 5. Newspapers 13 6. E-Resources Subscribed through N-LIST (E-Books + E-Journals) 138521+ 6328 7. CD-ROMs of Various Genre 68
  63. 63. Financial Expenditure on Purchasing Books in the Last Five Years Years General Books Books Purchased Under SC Grants Books Purchased Under ST Grants Total Number of Books Accession Number Amount Spent 2011-12 115 693 391 1199 17523-18721 159674.00 2012-13 - 1505 - 1505 18722-20226 210000.00 2013-14 150 924 524 1598 20227-21824 264978.00 2014-15 47 - - 47 21825-21871 7089.00 2015-16 - 638 238 876 22510-22747 155000.00 Total 312 3760 1153 5523 796741.00
  64. 64. Library and Information Centre
  65. 65. Library Physical Infrastructure and Opening Hours SL. No. Details 1. Total area of the library (in Sq. Mts.) 180 Sq. Mts. 2. Total seating capacity 25 members 3. Working hours 4. • On Working Days 10 AM to 5 PM • before examination days 10 AM to 5 PM • during examination day 10 AM to 5 PM • during vacation 10 AM to 5 PM • On Holidays Closed
  66. 66. IT Infrastructure • Well Equipped Computer Lab • LAN Facility is made available for accessing the Internet • 20 students can sit at a time and use systems • LCD Projector is installed in the Computer Lab
  67. 67. SL No Computing facility 1. Number of computers with Configuration (provide actual number with exact configuration of each available system) 20 Processor: Intel Core i3 RAM: 2 GB Bit: 32 Bit OS OS: Windows 7 Pro version 2. Computer-student ratio 32:1 3. Stand alone facility NO 4. LAN facility Yes 5. Wi-Fi facility Yes 6. Licensed software Microsoft Windows Operating System 7. Number of nodes/ computers with Internet facility 10 8. Any other One Laptop is being purchased for
  68. 68. Financial Investment – Infrastructure Development SL. No. 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 1. Building - 55.00,000 - 1,11,42,000 2. Furniture 94,850 50,000 3. Equipment 54,000 8,95,443 2,31,739 1,75,514 (Smart Boards & Projector, UPS, Water Purifier, Printer, Generator) 4. Computers - 2,67,000 2,99,092 - 5. Vehicles - - - - 6. Any other - - - 89,675 (Library automation software)
  69. 69. CRITERION V- STUDENT SUPPORT AND PROGRESSION
  70. 70. COLLEGE PROSPECTUS –COLLEGE OVERVIEW
  71. 71. Student Support-Scholarships SL No. Name of the Scholarship Number of Students Received the Scholarship Amount 2011-12 1. SC/ST Scholarship 86 144169 2. BCM Scholarship - - 3. Sanchi-Honnamma Scholarship - - 2012-13 1. SC/ST Scholarship 96 166354 2. BCM Scholarship 160 19800 3. Sanchi-Honnamma Scholarship 02 6000 2013-14 1. SC/ST Scholarship 96 287095 2. BCM Scholarship 125 142500 3. Sanchi-Honnamma Scholarship 06 20000
  72. 72. Financial Assistance- Total Students Received SL No. Year Total Student Strength Number of Students Received Financial Assistance Total Percentage 1 2011- 12 - - - 2 2012- 13 809 258 31% 3 2013- 14 862 206 23% 4 2014- 15 734 566 77%
  73. 73. Students progression • College conducting skill development programme every year for final year students • Department of commerce management and placement cell got memorandum of understanding with • Future Delight, WorldAlumniNetwork, • College conducted campus interview for final and alumni students • Placement and career guidance cell maintain student data base of final year students • Placement cell is in touch with alumni and other organizations for recruitment
  74. 74. Placement & Career Guidance Activities
  75. 75. Campus Drive in the College
  76. 76. Importance for Sports and Students Achievements • On 1-11-2012 won the first prize in the KR Zonal cricket event and bags the trophy • On 07-10-2014 organized & participated in the women's intercollege volleyball event. • 30-09-2014 won the chess championship event in KR Zone • 10-10-2015 won the second prize in KHO-KHO event which was held in DD Urs Govt. College, Hunsur. • 22-01-2016 K R Zonal level second prize in cricket event held at K R Nagara
  77. 77. Cultural Events-Students Participation Event Number of Students Participated Level 2011-12 Singing Competition 02 Inter College Debate 02 Inter College 2012-13 Essay Writing 01 Inter College Debate 02 Inter College Singing (Folk Songs) 04 Inter College 2013-14 Essay Writing 01 Inter College Debate 02 Inter College Singing (Folk Songs) 04 Inter College Quiz 02 Inter College 2014-15 Essay Writing 01 Inter College Debate 02 Inter College Singing (Bagavathgethe/Folk 04 Inter College
  78. 78. CRITERION VI: GOVERNANCE, LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT
  79. 79. Administrative Hierarchical Structure
  80. 80. Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) SL No. Name Role 1 Prof. K.G. Rangaswamy Principal and Chairman 2 Prof. Jayanna B.R. Coordinator 3 Dr. M.S. Veda Member 4 Prof. Girisha M.C. Member 5 Dr. Vasantha Raju N. Member 6 Kavitha Member
  81. 81. IQAC’s Suggestions to improve existing facilities: •Up-gradation of computer lab •Internet access to staff room •Subscribing more scholarly journals to library and N-LIST from INFLIBNE •ICT use for classroom teaching •Positive Outcome of the suggestions •Decisions have been taken to subscribe more scholarly journals and N-LIST e- resources for library •Providing Internet access to staff room is in the process •Teaching staffs have been told to use available IT infrastructure for teaching and learning
  82. 82. CRITERIA VII: INNOVATIONS AND BEST PRACTICES • Environmental consciousness- 1000 plants in the college campus • IQAC for quality improvement • Heritage club • Scouts & guides • Computerization of library • Poetry recitation
  83. 83. Unique Practices at the College • Annual Budget Meet • Documentary/Feature Film Screening • Orientation for first year students • More MOUs for innovations • Soft & life Skill development for first year students • Involvement of class representatives in functions
  84. 84. Future Plan • Plan to Build Separate Library Building • Girls Hostels in the Campus • Develop Play Ground in the Campus Itself • Improve Student Results • Increase Student Strength • Renovation of boys rest room • Smart Room Enabled Class Rooms
  85. 85. Thank You

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