JAGDAM COLLEGE,
CHAPRA
CHAPRA - 841301
BIHAR, INDIA
www.jagdamcollege.in
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CONTENTS
1. Letter of Intention - NAAC Track ID
2. Letter IEQAC
3. Self Study Report
SELF STUDY REPORT
Page No.
Preface
:
2
Location of the College
:
2-3
Part - I: Institutional Data
1.Profile of the College
:
4-12
2.Criterion wise Inputs
13-67
1. Criterion I: Curricular Aspects
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13-20
2. Criterion II: Teaching-Learning and Evaluation
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21-31
3. Criterion III: Research, Consultancy and Extension
:
32-41
4. Criterion IV: Infrastructure and Learning Resources
:
42-50
5. Criterion V: Student Support and Progression
:
51-56
6. Criterion VI: Governance and Leadership
:
57-65
7. Criterion VII: Innovative Practices
:
66-67
:
68-171
3. Evaluative Report of the Departments
Department of Zoology
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68-76
Department of Mathematics
77-83
Department of Physics
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84-91
Department of Botany
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92-97
Department of Chemistry
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98-107
Department of Political Science
:
108-113
Department of History
:
114-122
Department of Philosophy
:
123-128
Department of English
:
129-136
Department of Psychology
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137-144
Department of Hindi
145-154
Department of Urdu
155-160
Department of Economics
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161-166
Department of Sanskrit
:
167-171
ANNEXURE
Annexure - I : Format for Presentation of Best Practice
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172
Annexure - II : Post-accreditation Initiatives
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173
Annexure - III : Declaration by the Head of the Institution
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174
Annexure - IV : Prospectus of Jagdam College
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175:196
Annexure - V : Master Plan of JagdamCollege
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197:198
Annexure - VI : Approval of BCA Course
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199:201
Annexure - VII: Financial Aid from UGC
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202:206
Annexure - VIII: Financial Aid from Government of Bihar
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207:215
Annexure - IX: Debating Activities of the College
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216:221
Annexure - X: Sports Activities of the College
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222:230
Annexure - XI: NSS Activities of the College
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231:238
Annexure - XII: NCC Activities of the College
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239:254
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Jagdam College, Chapra, a premier institution of higher education in Saran, Bihar and a
constituent unit of Jai Prakash University, Chapra was established in 1954, which later
became constituent in 1975. The college is registered with UGC under 12 B and 2 F. The
teaching of science and arts is provided here. It has a rural background. It has around
four thousand students and 30 teachers.
The College is located in the heart of Chapra the City at the district head quarter of
Saran. The word Saran is made up of SA-with and Aranya-Forest. It is believed that the
area was dense forest and abode of God. Temples of Goddess Ami, Thawe and Mahendr
nath-the shiva temple justifies the notion.
The area is filled with numerous wetlands which has unique biodiversity. The flora and
fauna of the region is specific.
Vision
The vision of college is to become a lead college by providing fair education leading to
social development of this rural region.
Mission
To create intellectual capital in terms of scholarly and job oriented research and
education in the region evolving the social and technological context,
To foster a view that promotes diversity, inclusion, and ethical preparation in the
interconnected world of business,
To forge meaningful partnerships with the industry, academic, government and social
sector such that sustainable opportunities are built fulfilling the needs of various
stakeholders and the society at large,
To continuously promote a culture of academic excellence best for institutions.
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1. Profile of the Affiliated / Constituent College
1. Name and Address of the College:
Name :
JAGDAM COLLEGE, CHAPRA
STATION ROAD, CHAPRA
Address :
City : CHAPRA
Pin : 841301
State : BIHAR
Website :
www.Jagdamcollege.in
Email:- jagdam.college123@gmail.com
2. for Communication:
Designation
Name
Telephone
Mobile
F
Email
with STD code
a
x
09431045759
06152-
drpramendra _jc@rediffmail.com
Principal
Dr. Pramendra
O: 06152-232407
232407
Ranjan Singh
R: 06152-232962
Vice Principal
O:
R:
Steering
O:-06152-2324079934772150
:-06152-
ranarvsingh@gmail.com
Committee
Dr. Rana vikram
R:
232407
Co-
Singh
coordinator
3. Status of the Institution:
Affiliated College
Constituent College
Any other (specify)
4. Type of Institution:
a. By Gender
i. For Men
ii. For Women
iii. Co-education
b. By Shift
i.
Regular
ii.
Day
iii.
Evening
5.
It is a recognized minority institution?
Yes
No
If yes specify the minority status (Religious/linguistic/ any other) and provide
documentary evidence.
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6. Sources of funding:
Government
Grant-in-aid
Self-financing Any other
7.
a. Date of establishment of the college:
15/09/1954 (dd/mm/yyyy)
b. University to which the college is affiliated /or which governs the college (If it is
a constituent college)
Jai Prakash University, Chapra, Saran, Bihar
c. Details of UGC recognition:
Under Section
Date, Month & Year
Remarks(If any)
(dd-mm-yyyy)
10-06-1981
i.
2 (f)
ii. 12 (B)
(Enclose the Certificate of recognition u/s 2 (f) and 12 (B) of the UGC Act)
d. Details of recognition/approval by statutory/regulatory bodies other than UGC
(AICTE, NCTE, MCI, DCI, PCI, RCI etc.)
: - Not Applicable
Recognition/Approval
Day, Month
Under Section/
Clause
details
and Year
Validity
Remarks
Institution/Department
(dd-mm-yyyy)
Programme
i.
ii.
iii.
iv.
(Enclose the recognition/approval letter)
8.
Does the affiliating university Act provide for conferment of autonomy (as recognized
by the UGC), on its affiliated colleges?
Yes
No
If yes, has the College applied for availing the autonomous status?
Yes
No
9.
Is the college recognized?
a.
by UGC as a College with Potential for Excellence (CPE)?
Yes
No
If yes, date of recognition: …………………… (dd/mm/yyyy)
b.
for its performance by any other governmental agency?
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Yes
No
If yes, Name of the agency …………………… and
Date of recognition: …………………… (dd/mm/yyyy)
10. Location of the campus and area in sq.mts:
RURAL
Location *
15,995.15 sq. mtr. OR 1,72,176 sq. ft.
Campus area in sq. mts.
Built up area in sq. mts.
3000sq. m
(* Urban, Semi-urban, Rural, Tribal, Hilly Area, Any others specify)
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
Sports facilities
Play ground
: - YES
Swimming pool
: - YES
Gymnasium
: - YES
Hostel
Boys‘ hostel:
- NO
i.
Number of hostels
ii.
Number of inmates
iii.
Facilities (mention available facilities)
Girls‘ hostel
i.
Number of Hostels
:
- Under Construction ( UGC aid)
ii.
Number of inmates
iii.
Facilities (mention available facilities)
Working women‘s hostel: - NO
i.
Number of inmates: -
ii.
Facilities (mention available facilities)
Residential facilities for teaching and non-teaching staff (give numbers
available cadre wise): NO
Cafeteria YES
Health centre - YES
First aid , Inpatient, Outpatient, Emergency care facility, Ambulance……. Health
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centre staff -
Qualified doctor
Full time
Part time
Qualified Nurse
Full time
Part-time
Facilities like banking, post office, book shops: Bank, Post -Office
Transport facilities to cater to the needs of students and staff: YES
Animal house: YES
Biological waste disposal: YES
Generator or other facility for management/regulation of electricity and
voltage: - YES
Solid waste management facility: YES
Waste water management: YES
Water harvesting: YES
12.
Details of programmes offered by the college (Give data for current academic
year)
Name of the
Sanctioned/
No. of
SI.
Programme
Entry
Medium of
Programme/
approved
Duration
students
No.
Level
Qualification
instruction
Course
Student
admitted
Strength
Under-Graduate
Sc. / Arts
3 Year
Inter + 2
Hindi/Eng.
Sc. - 1763
Arts- 1260
Sc. / Arts
2 Year
U.G. Deg.
Hindi/Eng
M.Sc. - 546
Post-Graduate
With Hons.
M.A.-
503
Integrated
Programmes
PG
Science
Ph.D.
Arts
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
M.Phil.
11 Sub. Sc.+
Mini 2
Pre Ph.D.
Eng./Hindi &
N.A.
N.A.
Ph.D
Arts
years
NET/GATE
Other
language
Certificate
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
courses
UG Diploma
PG Diploma
Sanctioned for
Any Other
B.C.A. to be
(specify and
started from
provide details)
2014-2015
13.
Does the college offer self-financed Programmes?
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Yes
No
x
If yes, how many?
14. New programmes introduced in the college during the last five years if any?
x
BCA
Yes
No
Number
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.)
Faculty
Departments
UG
PG
Research
(eg. Physics, Botany, History etc.)
PHY, CHE, BOT, Zoo, MATH
PHY, CHE,
PHY, CH, BOT,
Science
BOT, ZOO,
ZOO, MATH
MATH
HIN, ENG, SNK, URDU, His., EC, POL Sc, Psy.
HIN, ENG, SNK,
HIN, ENG,
Arts
PHILOSOPHY
URDU, HIS,
ECO, POL. Sc,
ECO, POL. SC.,
Psy.
PSY
PHILOSOPHY
Commerce
NO
Any Other
B.C.A. to be started from 2014-2015
___
(Specify)
16.
Number of Programmes offered under (Programme means a degree course like BA, BSc, MA,
and M.Com…)
a.
annual system
2 UG
b.
semester system
2 PG
c.
trimester system
x
17.
Number of programmes with
a.
Choice Based Credit System
x
b.
Inter/Multidisciplinary Approach
x
c.
Any other (specify and provide details)
x
18.
Does the college offer UG and/or PG programmes in Teacher Education?
Yes
No
If yes,
a. Year of Introduction of the programme(s)……N/A…… (dd/mm/yyyy)
And number of batches that completed the
programme b.
NCTE recognition details (if
applicable)
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Notification No.: ……………………………………
Date: …………………………… (dd/mm/yyyy)
Validity:………………………..
c.
Is the institution opting for assessment and accreditation of Teacher Education?
Programme separately?
Yes
N
N/A
19.
Does the college offer UG or PG programme in Physical Education?
Yes
No
If yes,
a. Year of Introduction of the programme(s)………………. (dd/mm/yyyy)
And number of batches that completed the programme
N/A
b. NCTE recognition details (if applicable)
Notification No.: ……………………………………
Date: …………………………… (dd/mm/yyyy)
:-N/A
Validity:……………………
c.
Is the institution opting for assessment and accreditation of Physical Education?
Programme separately?
Yes
No
:-N/A
20.
Number of teaching and non-teaching positions in the Institution
Teaching faculty
Non-teaching
Technical
Positions
Associate
Assistant
Professor
staff
staff
Professor
Professor
*M
*F
*M
*F
*M
*F
*M
*F
*M
*F
Sanctioned by the
01
11
03
16
37
01
UGC / University /
State Government
Recruited
Yet to recruit
37
42
06
Sanctioned by the
Management/
society or other
authorized bodies
Recruited
Yet to recruit
*M-Male *F-Female
9
21.
Qualifications of the teaching staff:
Associate
Assistant
Highest
Professor
Professor
Professor
Total
qualification
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Permanent teachers
D.Sc./D.Litt.
Ph.D.
01
11
03
14
0
29
M.Phil.
PG
02
02
Temporary teachers
Ph.D.
06
M.Phil.
PG
Part-time teachers
Ph.D.
M.Phil.
PG
22.
Number of Visiting Faculty /Guest Faculty engaged with the College.
06
23.
Furnish the number of the students admitted to the college during the last four
academic years.
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Categories
2009- 2010
2010- 2011
2011- 2012
2012- 2013
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
SC
203
75
239
162
230
186
546
187
ST
12
2
11
4
10
4
4
2
OBC
286
201
352
346
365
343
805
342
General
491
254
625
457
651
484
1465
721
Total
992
532
1227
969
1256
1017
2820
1252
24. Details on students enrollment in the college during the current academic year:
Type of students
UG
PG
M. Phil.
Ph.D.
Total
Students from the same
3023
1049
state where the college is located
Students from other states of India
69
07
NRI students
NIL
NIL
Foreign students
NIL
NIL
Total
25. Dropout rate in UG and PG (average of the last two batches)
UG
: - 2%
PG: - 2%
10
26. Unit Cost of Education
(Unit cost = total annual recurring expenditure (actual) divided by total number of students
enrolled)
(a) Including the salary component
Rs. 13748/-
(b) Excluding the salary component
Rs.5257/-
27. Does the college offer any programme/s in distance education mode (DEP)?
Yes
No
If yes,
a) Is it a registered centre for offering distance education programmes of another?
University
Yes
No
b) Name of the University which has granted such registration.
Nalanda Open University, Patna
c) Number of programmes offered
109
d) Programmes carry the recognition of the Distance Education Council.
Yes
No
28.
Provide Teacher-student ratio for each of the programme/course offered
B.A
- 1:79
B.Sc.
- 1:126
M.A
- 1:31
M.Sc.
- 1:39
29.
Is the college applying for?
Accreditation: Cycle 1
Cycle 2
Cycle 3
Cycle 4
Re-Assessment:
(Cycle 1refers to first accreditation and Cycle 2, Cycle 3 and Cycle 4 refers to re-
accreditation)
30.
Date of accreditation* (applicable for Cycle 2, Cycle 3, Cycle 4 and re-assessment
only)
Cycle 1: 05/05/2013
(dd/mm/yyyy) Accreditation Outcome/Result….…
Cycle 2: ……………… (dd/mm/yyyy) Accreditation Outcome/Result……
Cycle 3: ……………… (dd/mm/yyyy) Accreditation Outcome/Result……
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* Kindly enclose copy of accreditation certificate(s) and peer team report(s) as an
annexure.
31.
Number of working days during the last academic year.
292
32.
Number of teaching days during the last academic year
(Teaching days means days on which lectures were engaged excluding the examination days)
270
33.
Date of establishment of Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC)
IQAC:- 05/03/2013 (dd/mm/yyyy)
34.
Details regarding submission of Annual Quality Assurance Reports (AQAR) to
NAAC.
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)
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CRITERION: - I
CURRICULAR ASPECTS
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2. Criteria - wise Inputs
CRITERION I: CURRICULAR ASPECTS
1.1
Curriculum Planning and Implementation
1.1.1
State the vision, mission and objectives of the institution, and
describe how these are communicated to the students, teachers,
staff and other stakeholders.
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Jagdam college, Chapra, one of the premier college of Bihar
was established with well defined vision, mission and
objectives which are the following :-
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Vision- To nurture and create a class of intellectually,
morally and spiritually sound and committed citizens so
that society may find a reliable and faithful human resource
comprising of them.
-
Mission- To accord priority to the education of students
coming from rural background
To ensure individual as well as common development
among the citizens.
To generate an environment which should foster
teachers-learners interactivity useful and helpful for
pursuit of higher knowledge, relevant skills and
experience?
To instill awareness on ecological and environmental
issues among masses.
To create research environment
To make students aware of relevant socio-economic
issues.
To encourage girls for higher education with help of
latest information and information technology.
To promote religious harmony.
Objectives-
To provide education to all sections of the society
overruling any discrimination based on religion, gender
or caste.
To develop the personality as well as skill of a student to
such a level that he or she may easily get employed.
To provide a remarkably higher education to students.
To lift the moral standards of the students to new
heights.
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To provide ideal teachers to the society-teachers who
shall be outstanding in knowledge, remarkable in
instructing and exemplary in character and deeds.
The translation of the things mentioned above into
reality is of course a difficult task but not impossible. To
ensure success in this regard college depends mainly on
the following:-
To see routine of classes are maintained by presence of
students as well as teachers.
To see that debate, seminar, tests find place in routine.
To ensure sports, fine art activities social science works
and due college functions are regularly held in the
college.
To see that conduit of student’s teachers and staff may
be carefully watched, recorded and prize or
punishment is associated with the reports.
To ensure useful books and magazines are available to
students.
1.1.2
How does the institution develop and deploy action plans for
effective implementation of the curriculum? Give details of the
process and substantiate through specific example(s).
- Every department divides topic dealing into these students :-
Elaboration of the topics
Providing relevant data or quotes.
Limiting enquiries from learners.
Taking a written test of students on the topics in class
room and implements the objectives both through
regular and extra classes.
This is applicable for practical classes also.
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?
- The institution tries its best to provide class rooms, books,
interval instruments and all those such as facilities for
sports and games, seminars and symposium and
celebrations.
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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 institution examines progress report of each department
and section and after careful scrutiny makes arrangement
for extra classes (both theoretical and practical) and muck
examination.
1.1.5
How does the institution network and interact with beneficiaries
such as industry, research bodies and the university in effective
operation able of the curriculum?
-By providing inputs for improvement of curriculum.
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.
- Some eminent teachers of the college are invited as members
of the board of studies.
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.
- No, our curriculum is provided by university.
1.1.8
How does institution analyze/ensure that the stated objectives
of curriculum are achieved in the course of implementation?
- The institution largely depends on the following for this:-
Feedback provided by students.
Periodical evaluation or oral interrogation.
Holding periodical meeting of heads/teachers/staff
concerned herewith.
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.
-Till date the college does not run any certificate / diploma/
skill development course though some proposal have been
put forth by it for approval and aid.
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1.2.2
Does the institution offer programmes that facilitate twinning
/dual degree? If ‗yes‘, give details.
-No
1.2.3
Give details on the various institutional provisions with
reference to academic flexibility and how it has been helpful to
students in terms of skills development, academic mobility,
progression to higher studies and improved potential for
employability. Issues may cover the following and beyond:
Range of Core / Elective options offered by the
University and those opted by the college
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
Enrichment courses
1.2.4
Does the institution offer self-financed programmes? If ‗yes‘,
list them and indicate how they differ from other programmes,
with reference to admission, curriculum, fee structure, teacher
qualification, salary etc.
- NO
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.
- NO
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?
- NO
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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?
- The institution has no permission for curriculum
improvement but we have provided imputs for carriculum
enrichment in meetings.
1.3.2
What are the efforts made by the institution to enrich and
organize the curriculum to enhance the experiences of the
students so as to cope with the needs of the dynamic
employment market?
- The college asks its teachers to keep this point and
experiences of the students in their cosideration in
university meetings or curriculum.
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?
- For these the institution holds specific lectures, seminars,
debates, exhibitions, rallies etc. So that students may know
and think on such issues and propagate concerned problems
and solution among the masses.
1.3.4
What are the various value-added courses/enrichment
programmes offered to ensure holistic development of
students?
a. Moral and ethical values
b. Employable and life skills
c. Better career options
d. Community orientation
-
For fostering moral and ethical values the institution
holds honestly as basic things to be maintained and
exhibited. In addition affection for parents formally and
co-learners, respect for teachers and elder ones must be
ensured.
In this concern, honesty is maintained at every level,
Maybe it teaching or examining or evaluations. Apart from
this programmes of various kinds are also organized from
time to time.
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For better carrier options institute has a well functioning
career counseling cell for students.
For community orientation institute encourage social
service works such as awareness rallies or various
issues, organizing adult education programmes,
sanitation and health programmes with help of students
and teachers.
1.3.5
citing a few examples enumerate on the extent of use of the
feedback from stakeholders in enriching the curriculum?
- The institution has little scope of doing anything from its
side as things concerned with curriculum are primarily and
solely decided by the university.
1.3.6
How does the institution monitor and evaluate the quality of
its enrichment programmes?
- The college has evolved various mechanisms in this
regard. Departments have been instructed to procure
feedbacks from students on quality of institution as well as
requirements
of
teaching
and
organize
debates/tests/seminars/exhibitions of facts according to a
time frame fixed and announced in advance.
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?
- Some of the teachers of the college have been appointed as
members of the syllabus committees.
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?
- Concerned teachers talk to students and information is
passed to university.
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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 institutionthinks, some marks may be provided through
curriculum for the following.
1.
Oral presentation of a topic of the syllabus.
2.
Written presentation of a topic of the syllabus.
3.
Quality of debate /practical work on any topic within the
Framework of the syllabus.
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CRITERION: - II
TEACHING - LEARNING AND EVALUATION
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CRITERION II: TEACHING - LEARNING AND EVALUATION
2.1
Student Enrollment and Profile
2.1.1
How does the college ensure publicity and transparency in the
admission process? : - For the transparency in admission, we
put the information on the notice board. In admission we
follow the rules of reservation and the students are selected
on the basis of Merit list of the subject concerned. The
remaining vacant seats are filled with the second list or if
needed, third list.
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. : - Merit Basis.
2.1.3
Give the minimum and maximum percentage of marks for
admission at entry level for each of the programmes offered by
the college and provide a comparison with other colleges of
the affiliating university within the city/district. : - Minimum
45% and maximum whatever available.
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? : - No review of admission.
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:
- The institution gives the reservation to the
student of SC-ST/OBC
SC/ST
OBC
Women
Differently abled
Economically weaker sections
Minority community
Any other
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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. :-
Number of
Number of
Demand
Programmes
applications
students admitted
Ratio
U.G.
1.B.A. Hons
4353
2526
1:1.73
2.B.Sc. Hons.
6650
1986
1:3.34
PG
1. M.A.
3520
1416
1:2.48
2. M.Sc.
3672
1410
1:2.60
M.Phil.
Ph.D.
Integrated
PG
Ph.D.
Value added
1
2
3
Certificate
1
2
3
Diploma
1
2
PG Diploma
1
2
3
Any other
1
2
3
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2.2
Catering to Student Diversity
2.2.1
How does the institution cater to the needs of differently- abled
students and ensure adherence to government policies in this
regard?
:
- Concession in admission, free studentship,
Scholarship.
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.
- The
institution assesses the students on the basis of essay
competition, Debates and discussion.
2.2.3
What are the strategies adopted by the institution to bridge the
knowledge gap of the enrolled students (Bridge/Remedial/
Add-on/Enrichment Courses, etc.) to enable them to cope with
the programme of their choice?
:
- Remedial classes,
Enrichment courses and various seminars and guest lectures
are arranged to bridge the knowledge gap of the enrolled
students.
2.2.4
How does the college sensitize its staff and students on issues
such as gender, inclusion, environment etc.? :- The institution
sensitized its staff and students by organizing several
institutional and social programmes like
‘Holi Milan’,
Teachers-guardian get-together, environmental tours and
visits and several other activities.
2.2.5
How does the institution identify and respond to special
educational/learning needs of advanced learners?
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.
who may discontinue their studies if some sort of support is
not provided)? : - The institution provides scholarships to
weaker sections students and tutorial classes for slow
learners.
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2.3
Teaching-Learning Process
2.3.1
How does the college plan and organize the teaching, learning
and evaluation schedules? (Academic calendar, teaching plan,
evaluation blue print, etc.) : - The college plans and organizes
the teaching, learning and evaluation schedules by dint of
academic calendar, and teaching plans.
2.3.2
How does IQAC contribute to improve the teaching -learning
process? : - The IQAC makes the learning more student-
centric by developing interactive learning Skills as well as
by collaborative learning process.
2.3.3
How is learning made more student-centric? Give details on
the support structures and systems available for teachers to
develop skills like interactive learning, collaborative learning
and independent learning among the students?
2.3.4
How does the institution nurture critical thinking, creativity
and scientific temper among the students to transform them
into life-long learners and innovators? :
- The institution
fosters critical thinking, objective attitude and creativity by
organizing several seminars, guest lectures, counselling
programmes etc.
2.3.5
What are the technologies and facilities available and used by
the faculty for effective teaching? Eg: Virtual laboratories,
e-learning - resources from National Programme on Technology
Enhanced Learning (NPTEL) and National Mission on
Education
through
Information
and
Communication Technology (NME-ICT), open educational
resources, mobile education, etc.:- The technologies and
facilities used by the faculty for effective teaching are
virtual laboratories, e-learning resources, education through
information and communication and open educational
resources.
2.3.6
How are the students and faculty exposed to advanced level of
knowledge and skills (blended learning, expert lectures,
seminars, workshops etc.)?
:- The students and faculty
members are exposed to advance level of knowledge and
skills by dint of expert lectures, seminars and workshops of
different subjects.
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2.3.7
Detail (process and the number of students \benefitted) on the
academic, personal and psycho-social support and guidance
services (professional counseling/mentoring/academic advise)
provided to students? : - The teachers of this institution
develop a congenial and personal relation with all the
students. We also provide the students the psycho-social
support and guidance from time to time.
2.3.8
Provide details of innovative teaching approaches/methods
adopted by the faculty during the last four years? What are the
efforts made by the institution to encourage the faculty to
adopt new and innovative approaches and the impact of
such innovative practices on student learning? : - In order to
encourage the faculty to adopt new and innovative
approaches, the institution encourages the faculty members
to various academic enhancement courses including
Orientation Programmes and Refresher Courses.
2.3.9
How are library resources used to augment the teaching-
learning process? : - The library of this college is very rich. It
has both traditional and modern tools. We provide latest
information through computer, internet, latest journals,
books, magazines and newspapers.
2.3.10
Does the institution face any challenges in completing the
curriculum within the planned time frame and calendar? If ‗yes‘,
elaborate on the challenges encountered and the institutional
approaches to overcome these. : - The institution has faced
several challenges in completing the curriculum within the
planned time frame on account of the scarcity of faculty
members. However, we take the help of research scholars
and other ad-hoc appointees to cope with this situation.
2.3.11
How does the institute monitor and evaluate the quality of
teaching learning? :- The institute tries its best to monitor
and evaluate the quality of teaching learning by organizing
debates, seminars and examinations’.
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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 :-
Professor
Associate
Assistant
Highest
Professor
Professor
Total
qualification
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
Permanent teachers
D.Sc./D.Litt.
Ph.D.
01
11
03
14
-
M.Phil.
PG
02
-
Temporary teachers
Ph.D.
06
M.Phil.
PG
Part-time teachers
Ph.D.
M.Phil.
PG
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We are not involved in recruitment and retention activities of teaching
and non- teaching staff. For this purpose university sends the vacancies to state
government & and state government is responsible for appointment. For our
needs we use the state government direction of outsourcing policy.
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.
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:-
Academic Staff Development Programmes
Number of faculty
nominated
03 (2013-14)
Refresher courses
03 (2013-14)
HRD programmes
Orientation programmes
Staff training conducted by the university
Staff training conducted by other institutions
Summer / winter schools, workshops, etc.
b) Faculty Training programmes organized by the institution
to empower and enable the use of various tools and
technology for improved teaching-learning
V Teaching learning methods/approaches
V Handling new curriculum
V Content/knowledge management
V Selection, development and use of enrichment
materials
V Assessment
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V Cross cutting issues
V Audio Visual Aids/multimedia
V OER‘s
V Teaching learning material development, selection
and use
c) Percentage of faculty
invited as resource persons in Workshops / Seminars /
Conferences organized by external professional agencies
participated in external Workshops
/ Seminars /
Conferences recognized by national/ international
professional bodies - 90%
presented papers in Workshops / Seminars / Conferences
conducted or recognized by professional agencies - 30%
2.4.4
What policies/systems are in place to recharge teachers? (eg:
providing research grants, study leave, support for research and
academic publications teaching experience in other national
institutions and specialized programmes industrial engagement
etc.) : - The institution allows its Teachers to attend seminars,
symposiums, workshops and conferences.
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. 2 Teachers.
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?
: - Not such a system exists in our college.
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?
It is properly informed.
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2.5.2
What are the major evaluation reforms of the university that the
institution has adopted and what are the reforms initiated by
the institution on its own? : - The institution has adopted the
internal examination and assessment of the students.
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? By taking steps for its
implementation.
2.5.4
Provide details on the formative and summative assessment
approaches adapted to measure student achievement. Cite a
few examples which have positively impacted the system. -
The internal assessment system adopted recently in P G
exams have improved the marks.
2.5.5
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. Students have more
confidence in examination system.
2.5.6
What is the graduate attributes specified by the college/
affiliating university? How does the college ensure the
attainment of these by the students?
- By following the
university norms.
2.5.7
What are the mechanisms for redressal of grievances with
reference to evaluation both at the college and University level?
: - On the college level we have the Grievance Redressal Cell
to monitor various grievances of the students and teachers
including evaluation.
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?
2.6.2
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.
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2.6.3
How are the teaching, learning and assessment strategies of
the institution structured to facilitate the achievement of the
intended learning outcomes? -As Per university norms.
2.6.4
What are the measures/initiatives taken up by the institution
to enhance the social and economic relevance (student
placements, entrepreneurship, innovation and research aptitude
developed among students etc.) of the courses offered?
- Through Placement cell.
2.6.5
How does the institution collect and analyze data on student
performance and learning outcomes and use it for planning and
overcoming barriers of learning? _ By analyzing the results.
2.6.6
How does the institution monitor and ensure the achievement
of learning outcomes?
:
- The institution monitors and
ensures the achievement of learning outcomes of students
through examination, group discussion and debates.
2.6.7 Does the institution and individual teachers use assessment/
evaluation outcomes 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.
Any other relevant information regarding Teaching-Learning
and Evaluation which the college would like to include.
:
- The individual teachers of the concerned departments
assess the evaluation outcomes through giving assignments
to the students. They also take viva-voce and group
discussion of the students.
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CRITERION III
RESEARCH, CONSULTANCY AND EXTENSION
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CRITERION III: RESEARCH, CONSULTANCY AND EXTENSION
3.1
Promotion of Research
3.1.1
Does the institution have recognized research center/s of the
affiliating University or any other agency/organization?
 J.P.U. Chapra, Bihar. HRD Bihar Govt. UGC, DST
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.
 College constituted research committee under supervision of
Principal.
3.1.3
What are the measures taken by the institution to facilitate
smooth progress and implementation of research schemes/
projects?
a. Autonomy to the principal investigator. YES
b. Timely availability or release of resources. YES
c. Adequate infrastructure and human resources. YES
d. Time-off, reduced teaching load, special leave etc.
to teachers. YES
e. Support in terms of technology and information needs.
YES
f. Facilitate timely auditing and submission of
utilization certificate to the funding authorities. YES
g. Any other
 Interdisciplinary research activities discussion.
3.1.4
What are the efforts made by the institution in developing
corrosions protection scientific temper and research culture
and aptitude among students?

Research oriented class is organising for PG Students. How to
make project and writing research paper.
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.
-Each and Every teacher is involved in research and research
students are working under him.
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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.
 Workshops funded by: - UGC, & DST
3.1.7
Provide details of prioritized research areas and the expertise
available with the institution.
 (i) Environment Protection.
 (ii)Corrosion Science & Engineering
(ii) Organic synthesis
3.1.8
Enumerate the efforts of the institution in attracting researchers
of eminence to visit the campus and interact with teachers and
students?

Eminent Scientists & Professors
: IIT, CSIR, TFRI, NIT,
Universities
3.1.9
What percentage of the faculty has utilized Sabbatical Leave
for research activities? How has the provision contributed to
improve the quality of research and imbibe research culture on
the campus?

Summer Camp
3.1.10
Provide details of the initiatives taken up by the institution in
creating awareness/advocating/transfer of relative findings of
Research of the institution and elsewhere to students and
community (lab to land)
 Protection of materials, health, environment and assets by
corrosive pollutants, Global warming. Acid rain, Ozone
depletion.
3.2
Resource Mobilization for Research.

UGC and other agency.
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.

0.1 %
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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?

Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Botany etc. College provides each
financial support for.
3.2.3
What are the financial provisions made available to support
student research projects by students?

College funds & University funding.
3.2.4
How does the various departments/units/staff of the institute
interact in undertaking inter-disciplinary research? Cite
examples of successful endeavors and challenges faced in
organizing interdisciplinary research.

Inter-disciplinary research work between department of
Chemistry and Zoology by Dr. Rajesh kr. Singh and Dr.
R.V.Singh. Research topics: Study the effect of corrosive
pollutants on ocean snails.
3.2.5
How does the institution ensure optimal use of various
equipment and research facilities of the institution by its staff
and students?

Monitoring Research Committee.
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.

For Laboratory Development financial support by State Govt.
Agency.
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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.
Na
Total
Duration
Title of the
Total Grant
Nature of the
me
grant
Year
project
Project
of
From To
Sanctioned
Received
received
the
till date
fun
corrosion
Minor projects
2006-07
protection
UGC
50,000
42000
42000
Study of
Major projects
2010-11
corrosion
UGC
300,000
195,000
195,000
protection
materials,
Interdisciplinary
YES
projects
Industry
sponsored
Students‘
research projects
Any other
(specify)
3.3 Research Facilities
3.3.1
What are the research facilities available to the students and
research scholars within the campus?
 YES
3.3.2
What are the institutional strategies for planning, upgrading
and creating infrastructural facilities to meet the needs of
researchers especially in the new and emerging areas of
research?
 Corrosion and corrosion protection materials, Assets, Health,
Environment by corrosive pollutants. Effect of corrosive
pollutants on river, sea and oceans snails.
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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.
 UGC
3.3.4
What are the research facilities made available to the students
and research scholars outside the campus / other research
laboratories?

Corrosion and corrosion protection analysis natural products
synthesis.
3.3.5
Provide details on the library/ information resource center or
any other facilities available specifically for the researchers?

YES
3.3.6
What are the collaborative researches facilities
developed/ created by the research institutes in the
college? For ex. Laboratories, library, instruments,
computers, new technology etc.

YES
3.4
Research Publications and Awards
3.4.1
Highlight the major research achievements of the staff and
students in terms of
Patents obtained and filed (process and product)
Original research contributing to product improvement
Research studies or surveys benefiting the community or
improving the services. YES
Research inputs contributing to new initiatives and social
development
Provide awareness among people for protection of
environment.
3.4.2
Does the Institute publish or partner in publication of research
journal(s)? If ‗yes‘, indicate the composition of the editorial
board, publication policies and whether such publication is
listed in any international database?
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3.4.3
Give details of publications by the faculty and students:
Publication per faculty.
Number of papers published by faculty and students in
peer reviewed journals (national / international).
Number of publications listed in International Database
(for Eg: Web of Science, Scopus, Humanities International
Complete, Dare Database - International Social Sciences
Directory, EBSCO host, etc.).
Monographs
Chapter in Books
Books Edited.
Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of publishers.
Citation Index.
SNIP
SJR
Impact factor.
h-index
3.4.4
Provide details (if any) of
Research awards received by the faculty. GATE, ICAR,
Recognition received by the faculty from reputed
professional bodies and agencies, nationally and
internationally. UGC
Incentives given to faculty for receiving state, national and
international recognitions for research contributions.
UGC
3.5
Consultancy:
 Corrosion protection & analysis of pollutants.
3.5.1
Give details of the systems and strategies for establishing
institute-industry interface?
3.5.2
What is the stated policy of the institution to promote
consultancy? How is the available expertise advocated and
publicized?
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3.5.3
How does the institution encourage the staff to utilize their
expertise and available facilities for consultancy services?
3.5.4
List the broad areas and major consultancy services provided
by the institution and the revenue generated during the last
Four years.
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?
3.6
Extension Activities and Institutional Social Responsibility
(ISR)

Saran Gayan Bigyan Parisad, Chapra, Bihar
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?

Provide scientific temperament among them.
3.6.2
What is the Institutional mechanism to track students‘
involvement in various social movements / activities which
promote citizenship roles?

Awareness about environment, organic manures pesticides
inacticides herbicides, health, varnoculture, orggnic food.
3.6.3
How does the institution solicit stakeholder perception on the
overall performance and quality of the institution?
3.6.4
How does the institution plan and organize its extension and
outreach programmes? Providing the budgetary details for last
four years, list the major extension and outreach programmes
and their impact on the overall development of students.
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?
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?

Remedial coaching, SGBP, Chapra provide free coaching for
Medical & Engineering students.
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3.6.7
Reflecting on objectives and expected outcomes of the extension
activities organized by the institution, comment on how they
complement students‘ academic learning experience and specify
The values and skills inculcated.

National & International level workshop seminar, conference,
carrier counseling program.
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?

Interaction between researchers and students.
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.
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 year.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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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 -
a) Curriculum development/enrichment
b) Internship/ On-the-job training
c) Summer placement
d) Faculty exchange and professional development
e) Research
f)
Consultancy
g) Extension
h) Publication
i)
Student Placement
j)
Twinning programmes
k) Introduction of new courses
l)
Student exchange
m) Any other
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.
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CRITERION IV
INFRASTRUCTURE AND LEARNING RESOURCES
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CRITERION IV: INFRASTRUCTURE AND LEARNING RESOURCES
4.1
Physical Facilities
4.1.1
What is the policy of the Institution for creation and
enhancement of infrastructure that facilitate effective teaching
And learning?
-Institution believes in infrastructure creation for better
teaching & learning.
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.
Lab: - 10, Classrooms:-11, Technology enabled learning
spaces: - 03, Seminar Halls: - 02, Tutorial spaces: - 06
Botanical garden:-01
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.
For sports field is available indoor stadium is under
construction. NSS/NCC has its proper space.
4.1.3
How does the institution plan and ensure that the available
infrastructure is in line with its academic growth and is
optimally utilized? Give specific examples of the facilities
developed/augmented and the amount spent during the last
four years (Enclose the Master Plan of the Institution / campus
and indicate the existing physical infrastructure and the future
planned expansions if any). - Master plan attached.
:
- Yes. New Administrative building is built, Laboratory is
inporved, more facilities were created.
4.1.4
How does the institution ensure that the infrastructure facilities
meet the requirements of students with physical disabilities?
- We have tried to focilitate their movement in the campus.
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4.1.5
Give details on the residential facility and various provisions
available within them:
Hostel Facility - Accommodation available
:-Girls Hostel Under Construction
Recreational facilities, gymnasium, yoga center, etc.
: - YES. Yoga centre is proposed.
Computer facility including access to internet in hostel
: - YES. Hostel is going to get internet facility.
Facilities for medical emergencies
: - First Aid facility and a small hospital
Library facility in the hostels
: - N/A
Internet and Wi-Fi facility
: - YES
Recreational facility-common room with audio-
visual equipments: - YES
Available residential facility for the staff and occupancy
Constant supply of safe drinking water: - YES
Security: - YES
4.1.6
What are the provisions made available to students and staff in
terms of health care on the campus and off the campus?
: - First Aid & Regular medical check up.
4.1.7
Give details of the Common Facilities available on the campus
-spaces for special units like IQAC, Grievance Redressal unit,
Women‘s Cell, Counseling and Career Guidance, Placement
Unit, Health Centre, Canteen, recreational spaces for staff and
students, safe drinking water facility, auditorium, etc.
- Safe drinking water, Canteen, Common room, Health
centre, Career and Counselling cell, Women’s cell.
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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?
Member of Advisory Committee: - Chairman - Principal
Member 1. Librarian
2. Dr. Mahendra Singh
3. Dr. Kedar Pd.
4. Dr. A.N. Pd.
4.2.2
Provide details of the following:
Total area of the library (in Sq. Mts.):- 72.76sq. m
Total seating capacity: - 50
Working hours (on working days, on holidays, before
examination days, during examination days, during
vacation)
:-Working Days - 10AM to 4PM,
Before examination days - 10AM to 4PM
During examination days- 6AM to 9AM
Layout of the library (individual reading carrels, lounge
area for browsing and relaxed reading, IT zone for accessing
e-resources)
Librarian
Chamber
E -
Reading
Book Racks
Reading Room
I.T.
Book
Zone
Racks
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4.2.3
How does the library ensure purchase and use of current titles,
print and e-journals and other reading materials? Specify the
amount spent on procuring new books, journals and e-resources
during the last four years.
Year -1
Year - 2
Year - 3
Year - 4
Library
holdings
Total
Total
Total
Total
Number
Number
Number
Number
Cost
Cost
Cost
Cost
7640
10 lac
8130
10 lac
8540
12
9047
15
Text books
lac
Lac
Reference Books
27430
70 lac
28920
80 lac
30860
90
32893
98
lac
lac
Journals/
25
50000
27
50000
28
1 lac
30
1 lac
Periodicals
e-resources
02
02
02
02
Any other
(specify)
4.2.4
Provide details on the ICT and other tools deployed to provide
maximum access to the library collection?
OPAC
Electronic Resource Management package for e-journals
Federated searching tools to search articles in multiple
databases
Library Website
In-house/remote access to e-publications
Library automation
Total number of computers for public access: - 10
Total numbers of printers for public access: - 02
Internet band width/ speed
2mbps
√ 10 mbps
1 GB
(GB)
Institutional Repository:-YES
Content management system for e-learning:-YES
Participation in Resource sharing networks/consortia (like
Inflibnet):-YES
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4.2.5
Provide details on the following items:
Average number of walk-ins:- 35 Per day.
Average number of books issued/returned: - 73
Ratio of library books to students enrolled: - 4072:11
Average number of books added during last three years: -
more than 1000 every year.
Average number of login to opac (OPAC)
Average number of login to e-resources
Average number of e-resources downloaded/printed
Number of information literacy trainings organized
Details of ―weeding out‖ of books and other materials
4.2.6
Give details of the specialized services provided by the library
Manuscripts
Reference
Reprography
ILL (Inter Library Loan Service)
Information deployment and notification (Information
Deployment and Notification)
Download
Printing
Reading list/ Bibliography compilation
In-house/remote access to e-resources
User Orientation and awareness
Assistance in searching Databases
INFLIBNET/IUC facilities - Yes.
4.2.7
Enumerate on the support provided by the Library staff to the
students and teachers of the college.
4.2.8
What are the special facilities offered by the library to the
visually/physically challenged persons? Give details.
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? : - YES
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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)
* Configuration of Computers in Jagdam College, Chapra
Total No. of Computers: -
30
1.
Hard Disc
500GB
20
2.
Hard Disc
180GB
10
3.
Ram
1GB
10
4.
Ram
2GB
20
5.
Graphic Card
1GB
20
6.
Operating System
32bit O.S.
30
7.
Processor
Pentium Dual
07
Core 2.60G Hz
8.
Processor
Pentium i3
20
3.10G Hz
9.
Processor
Pentium IV
02
10.
Processor
Pentium III
01
11.
Key Board
30
12.
Mouse
30
13.
Modem
14
14.
U.P.S
30
15.
Printer
Canon Laser Jet
02
16.
Printer
HP Laser Jet
04
17.
Printer
Inkjet
01
18.
Printer
Dot matrix
01
19.
Photocopier Canon iR2116j
01
20.
Fax
Sharp FO -51
01
21.
Projector
Sony VPL-EX4
03
Computer-student ratio:-135:1
Stand alone facility: - YES
LAN facility: - 14
Wi-Fi facility: - YES
Licensed software: - YES
Number of nodes/ computers with Internet facility: - 14
Any other: - 02
4.3.2
Detail on the computer and internet facility made available to
the faculty and students on the campus and off-campus?
: - On the Campus- 20 available for Students and Teachers
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4.3.3
What are the institutional plans and strategies for deploying
and upgrading the IT infrastructure and associated facilities?
We are constantly working for upgradation of IT-
infrastructur.
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)
2010
2011
2012
2013
30,000
50,000
1 Lac.
2 Lac.
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?
Institution promotes ICT resource use.
4.3.6
Elaborate giving suitable examples on how the learning
activities and technologies deployed (access to on-line teaching
- learning resources, independent learning, ICT enabled
classrooms/learning spaces etc.) By the institution place the
student at the centre of teaching-learning process and render
the role of a facilitator for the teacher.
Every development focuses the students need & their
development.
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?
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4.4
Maintenance of Campus Facilities
4.4.1
How does the institution ensure optimal allocation and
utilization of the available financial resources for maintenance
and upkeep of the following facilities (substantiate your
statements by providing details of budget allocated during last
years)?
a.
Building :- 05
Abour 2 crore
b.
Furniture:- Chair - 1087, Benches- 6579, Tables- 67,
Stools- 148
About 80 lacs
c.
Equipment:- 1567 About 1 crore
d.
Computers:- 30 , Printers :- 08, Scanner:- 02 ,
Photostat :- 02 , Projector :- 03 30 Lacs.
e.
Vehicles:- 02 Donated.
f.
Any other:-
4.4.2
What are the institutional mechanisms for maintenance and
upkeep of the infrastructure, facilities and equipment of the
College? - Maintenance process starts immediately after
the information.
4.4.3
How and with what frequency does the institute take up
calibration and other precision measures for the equipment/
instruments? Yearly or as needed
4.4.4
What are the major steps taken for location, upkeep and
maintenance of sensitive equipment (voltage fluctuations,
constant supply of water etc.)? - By providing alternative
energy source.
Any other relevant information regarding Infrastructure and
Learning Resources which the college would like to include.
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CRITERION V
STUDENT SUPPORT AND PROGRESSION
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CRITERION V: STUDENT SUPPORT AND PROGRESSION
5.1
Student Mentoring and Support
5.1.1
Does the institution publish its updated prospectus/handbook
annually? If ‗yes‘, what is the information provided to students
through these documents and how does the institution ensure
its commitment and accountability? : - Yes. Admission Rules,
Examination Structure, Facilities, committees cells, Rights &
Duties.
5.1.2
Specify the type, number and amount of institutional
scholarships
/ free student ships given to the students
during the last four years and whether the financial aid was
available and disbursed on time? : - Scholarships - 36% Free
Studentship.
5.1.3
What percentage of students receives financial assistance
from state government, central government and other
national agencies? About 60 %
5.1.4
What are the specific support services/facilities available for?
Students from SC/ST, OBC and economically
weaker sections
- (50% of seats) Reserved Admission for ST, SC,
OBC female students.
Students with physical disabilities - 3% additional
seats.
Overseas students
Students to participate in various
competitions/National and International -Travel
Facitity on concessional rate.
Medical assistance to students: health centre,
health insurance etc.:- First aid is available in
college. In addition doctors offer their services as per
schedute fixed in advance with their consent.
Organizing coaching classes for competitive exams. :-
Yes
Skill development (spoken English, computer literacy,
etc.,)
: - We are preparing for language lab. Different labs
are beins made available.
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Support for ―slow learners‖:- Yes. Tutorial classes are
provided.
Exposures of students to other institution of
higher learning/ corporate/business house etc.
Publication of student magazines - Students
contnbnte their anticles and other literary creations for
college magazines.
5.1.5
Describe the efforts made by the institution to facilitate
entrepreneurial skills, among the students and the impact of
the efforts.
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 - There are numerons societies with patronage
of principal and supervision of teachers to promote
participation of students in extracurriculer and cocurricular
activities viz. Athletic sports society cultural society. Debate
society, N.S.S. and NCC.
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 UGC-CSIR- NET, UGC-NET, SLET,
ATE / CAT / GRE / TOFEL / GMAT / Central /State services,
Defense, Civil Services, etc. :- UGC-CSIR-NET- 2
5.1.8
What type of counseling services are made available to the
students (academic, personal, career, psycho-social etc.)
: - Academic / carreer counseling/ placement is available
5.1.9
Does the institution have a structured mechanism for career
guidance and placement of its students? If ‗yes‘, detail on the
Services provided to help students identify job opportunities
and prepare themselves for interview and the percentage of
students selected during campus interviews by different
employers
(list the employers and the programmes).
:
-
Carreer guidance is provided to students. Mock interview is
also undertaken as per requirements.
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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. Institution has grievance redressal
cell which is very active.
5.1.11 what are the institutional provisions for resolving issues
pertaining to sexual harassment? : - We have counseling
committee for girl students which resolves the issue. The
college has constitnted a special cell to address such
grievances.
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? : - Yes, we have anti ragging
committee which tries to stop ragging in campus.
5.1.13 Enumerate the welfare schemes made available to students by
the institution.
a) Scholarship is given to weaker sections.
b) Endowment is given to students.
c) Subsidized canteen is available.
d) Travel Ticket concessions are provided.
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? : -
Alumni association exists in the college. They organize
yearly meeting of alumni in college.
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5.2
Student Progression
5.2.1
Providing the percentage of students progressing to
higher education or employment (for the last four batches) highlight
The
trends
observed.
Student progression
%
28%
UG to PG
PG to M.Phil.
NIL
PG to Ph.D.
1%
Employed
Campus selection
No
Other than campus recruitment
30%
5.2.2
Provide details of the programme wise pass percentage and
completion rate for the last four years (cohort wise/batch wise
as stipulated by the university)? Furnish programme-wise
details in comparison with that of the previous performance of
the same institution and that of the Colleges of the affiliating
university within the city/district.
Pass percentage
2012-13
- 99 %
2011-12
- 99 %
2010-11
-99 %
2009-10
- 99 %
5.2.3
How does the institution facilitate student progression to higher
level of education and/or towards employment?
:
-
Institution facilitates the progression to higher level &
employment through cells.
5.2.4
Enumerate the special support provided to students who are
at risk of failure and drop out? : - They are provided special
tutorials.
5.3
Student Participation and Activities
5.3.1
List the range of sports, games, cultural and other extracurricular
activities available to students. Provide details of participation
and program calendar.
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5.3.2
Furnish the details of major student achievements in co-
curricular, extracurricular and cultural activities at different
levels: University / State / Zonal / National / International,
etc. for the previous four years.
5.3.3
How does the college seek and use data and feedback from its
graduates and employers, to improve the performance and
quality of the institutional provisions?
College seeks relevant data from students in a specific
proforma handed to them while entering or leaving college.
5.3.4
How does the college involve and encourage students to publish
materials like catalogues, wall magazines, college magazine,
and other material? List the publications/ materials brought
out by the students during the previous four academic sessions.
:
- Students are to asked for contribution in college
magazine.
5.3.5
Does the college have a Student Council or any similar body?
Give details on its selection, constitution, activities and funding.
: - YES
5.3.6
Give details of various academic and administrative bodies that
have student representatives on them. : - No representative of
students are aalowed.
5.3.7
How does the institution network and collaborate with the
Alumni and former faculty of the Institution. : - By Alumni
Meet
Any other relevant information regarding Student Support and
Progression which the college would like to include.
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CRITERION VI
GOVERNANCE, LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT
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CRITERION VI: GOVERNANCE, LEADERSHIP AND 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 Statement
1.
Jagdam College, Chapra, established in 1954 and constituent
unit since
1974, is a premier co-educational institute of J.P.
University, Chapra. It provides education in science, Humanities
& Social science faculties both up to U.G. and P.G. classes. In past
it has produced a no. of students. Also in different IIT, different
medical college and other reputed institutes. In future also it will
provide high quality educational programs which will address the
needs of the society and will carry forward the institute‘s glorious
traditions.
2.
The college will provide students qualitative teaching by
using Edusate and other applications of information technology.
The College will invite teachers of repute to teach students of P.G.
either through class-room program or through video-
conferencing.
3.
The faculty members, staff members and students will try to
build a high quality learning community of Bihar by following the
U.G.C as well as university guidelines.
Mission Statement
1.
Provide Scientific and Qualitative approach of learning to
teach undergraduate and post graduate students which will
motivate them towards research and artistic creation.
2.
Educate students about the benefits of democracy and their
responsibilits towards society
3.
Prepare future generations of skilled professionals so that they
compete with other skilled professionals of the world.
6.1.2
What is the role of top management, Principal and Faculty in
design and implementation of its quality policy and plans?
The principal has constituted a no. of committees to
formulate the quality policy and plans. Weekly meetings are
held. The progress and difficulties faced are discussed the
implementation of the policies and plans are done within a
time frame.
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6.1.3
What is the involvement of the leadership in ensuring?
The policy statements and action plans for fulfillment of
the stated mission: - Involvement of the leadership the
principal advises in all matters for fulfillment of the
stated mission. The principal revives the progress by
summons meetings of the chairman of all committees
every fortnight to revels the progress.
Formulation of action plans for all operations and
incorporation of the same into the institutional strategic
plan
Interaction with stakeholders
Proper support for policy and planning through need
analysis, research inputs and consultations with the
stakeholders
Reinforcing the culture of excellence
Champion organizational change
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? : -
Meetings of different committees are held weekly and The
Principal review the progress every fortnight.
6.1.5
Give details of the academic leadership provided to the faculty
by the top management?
:- The university as well as the college organise conferences
and seminars at least in a year in which the faculty members
present their research papers and participate in discussions
with the resource persons. Moreover, the teachers are also
sent for orientation and refresher courses in different
universities of India.
6.1.6
How does the college groom leadership at various levels?
: - The college has different cultural and sports activities, e.g.
N.C.C, N.S.S., debating Society, sports council etc. and each
is neaded by a faculty member. Details of various meetings
and programme of each committee are communicated to The
Principal’s office at regular intervals.
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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?
:-H.O.Ds act as interlocutor between the principal and teachers
of the department. Heads of the department provide regular
feedback regarding classes and other academic activities of the
teacher and non-teaching staff to the Principal.
6.1.8 Does the college promote a culture of participative
management? If ‗yes‘, indicate the levels of participative
management.
:
- Yes, teachers involved in each committee take keen
interest for improving the abilities of students.
6.2
Strategy Development and Deployment
6.2.1
Does the Institution have a formally stated quality policy? How
is it developed, driven, deployed and reviewed?
:
- Yes, The principal of the college convenes regular
meetings with H.O.Ds, heads of each committee. Issue at
hand are discussed and reviewed.
6.2.2
Does the Institute have a perspective plan for development? If
so, give the aspects considered for inclusion in the plan.
: - yes the development plan is chelued out by The Principal,
Bursar, two H.O.Ds and university representative. The
institution has sent a proposal to H.R.D. for introducing new
career-oriented course in the next five Year plan.
6.2.3
Describe the internal organizational structure and decision
making processes.
: - Different committees have been constituted.
(i)
Development and building committee.
(ii)
H.O.Ds Committee.
(iii)
Library Committee.
(iv)
Sports Committee.
(v)
Cultural Society Committee.
(vi)
N.C.C.
(vii)
N.S.S.
(viii)
Debating Society.
The principal delegates duties to these committees.
Decisions are communicated to the Principal’s office.
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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
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?
:
- The Principal regular, sends the feedback obtained from
each committee to the university and the govt.
6.2.6
How does the management encourage and support
involvement of the staff in improving the effectiveness and
efficiency of the institutional processes?
:
- Seminar/conferences are organized at least once in a year
and teachers are sent to orientation and refresher courses in
different university for which they are granted duty leane.
6.2.7
Enumerate the resolutions made by the Management Council
in the last year and the status of implementation of such
resolutions.
: - Following resolutions were made last year -
(i)
More accurate methods for evaluation of strident progress
shall be devised.
(ii)
Cultural programms and Exhibitions shall be linked also
with cross-cutting issues of the society hell as
pollution, social discrimination etc.
(iii)
Information technology shall be used on a greater scale for
providing instruction to students and also for various
programme implementations.
The institution feels that the resolution taken could
be imprecisely implemented in this year.
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?
: - No.
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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?
:
- There is a staff grievance cell which is neaded by the
Principal. The other members are the
10 H.O.Ds and
representatives from teaching and non- teaching staff.
Grievances and The complaints are resolved effectively.
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? : - No
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? : -
No
6.3
Faculty Empowerment Strategies
6.3.1
What are the efforts made by the institution to enhance the
professional development of its teaching and non teaching staff?
:
- To promote the research activities of the teachers, the
institution advises the teachers to participate in
seminars/workshops/conferences. To improve the technical
skill of the non- teaching staff, institution organizes
orientation programms regularly.
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?
:
- For faculty empowerment teacher are granted duty leave
to participate in seminars/workshops.
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.
: - The institution works through various tools to procure
information on activities performed by the students/
Teacher/persons concerned .Some major one are the
following.
(i)
Obtaining feedback from teachers.
(ii)
Obtaining feedback from Students.
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(iii)
Obtaining feedback from different committees.
(iv)
Holdings periodical meeting with
(a) Heads/heads of committees.
(b) Class representatives.
(c) Office section persons.
All feedbacks are obtained through questionnaires revised
from time to time.
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?
:-The review of performance appraisal reports, the college
regularly by talk to the teacher/classes/persons concerned
and tried to bridge loopholes and innovate additional
remedial measures.
6.3.5
What are the welfare schemes available for teaching and non
teaching staff? What percentage of staff have availed the benefit
of such schemes in the last four years?
:- Non - teaching staff members are provided with dress
during winter season Moreover, advance salaries and P.F
loans are granted when they are in need. Almost all the staff
members have availed this welfare scheme.
6.3.6
What are the measures taken by the Institution for attracting
and retaining eminent faculty? Institution, try its best to
provide facilities to retain the faculty.
6.4
Financial Management and resource Mobilization
6.4.1
What is the institutional mechanism to monitor effective and
efficient use of available financial resources?
(1) Having no additional financial resources except traditional fees
which are received from students according to the fee
structure of the university and Govt. of Bihar. The college
level committee monitors the effective and efficient use of
available financial resources as per guide line or instruction
of J.P. University Chapra.
(2) The college is going to establish own financial resources through
proper use of unused land by construction of shops and
subletting their on lease.
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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.
(1) The college has constituted an internal audit committee for
monitoring the financial income & expenditure and all
finances of this institution are subject to annual audit by
certified chartered accountants as per J.P. University chapra
norms. Apart from such internal audit University audit
authorities examine the college finances for sending its
financial report to the state.
(2)
The audit in the college is going on.
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.
(1) The major resources of this college are grants received from
UGC and Govt. of Bihar under different schemes. The
details Audited reports of last 2 years as enclosed.
(2) The another resources of this college through leaders donation
such as MLC & MLA lad funds.
(3) The funds donated by the leaders against scheme exercised by
the departmental process or agency.
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 details of additional fund and utilization reports are enclosed
6.5
Internal Quality Assurance System (IQAS)
6.5.1
Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC)
- IQAC is formed.
a. Has the institution established an Internal Quality
Assurance Cell (IQAC)? .6 If ‗yes‘, what is the institutional
policy with regard to quality assurance and how has it
contributed in institutionalizing the quality assurance
processes? : - YES
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b. How many decisions of the IQAC have been approved by
the management / authorities for implementation and how
many of them were actually implemented?
c. Does the IQAC have external members on its committee?
If so, mention any significant contribution made by them.
d. How do students and alumni contribute to the effective
functioning of the IQAC?
e. How does the IQAC communicate and engage staff from
different constituents of the institution?
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 operational.
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.
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?
6.5.5
How is the internal quality assurance mechanisms aligned
with the requirements of the relevant external quality assurance
agencies/regulatory authorities?
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?
6.5.7
How does the institution communicate its quality assurance
policies, mechanisms and outcomes to the various internal and
external stakeholders?
Any other relevant information regarding Governance
Leadership and Management which the college would like to
include.
We have started collecting in formations from students and
student‘s participation has increased through teacher student
parents meet. I
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CRITERIA VII
INNOVATIONS AND BEST PRACTICES
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CRITERIA VII: INNOVATIONS AND BEST PRACTICES
7.1
Environment Consciousness
7.1.1
Does the Institute conduct a Green Audit of its campus and
facilities? : - YES
7.1.2
What are the initiatives taken by the college to make the campus
eco-friendly? -YES, We
Energy conservation : yes. We use CFL bulbs for this
purpose.
Use of renewable energy. Yes. Solar Light is installedfor
this purpose.
Water harvesting
:
- YES we are surrounded with ponds
which get recharged during rains and also add to amount of
water left after use in grounds beneath.
Check dam construction
Efforts for Carbon neutrality-
Plantation
: - YES
Hazardous waste management
e-waste management
7.2
Innovations
7.2.1
Give details of innovations introduced during the last four years
which have created a positive impact on the functioning of the
college.
College has established a multiangled feedback system to
knw its achievements as well as deficiencies.
7.3
Best Practices
7.3.1
Elaborate on any two best practices in the given format at page
no. 98, which have contributed to the achievement of the
Institutional Objectives and/or contributed to the Quality
improvement of the core activities of the college.
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4. Evaluative Report
Department
Of
Zoology
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3. Evaluative Report of the Department
1.
Name of the department
: -
Zoology
2.
Year of Establishment
: -
UG -1954, PG- 2009
3.
Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., and
Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)
: - UG (B.Sc. Hons.),
PG (M.Sc.)
4.
Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments/units involved
5.
Annual/ semester/choice based credit system (programme wise):-
UG (B.Sc.) - Annual
PG (M.Sc.) -Semester
6.
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments:-No
7.
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions,
etc.:-No
8.
Details of courses/programmes discontinued (if any) with reasons:-No
9.
Number of teaching posts
Sanctioned
Filled
Professors
Associate Professors
01
01
Asst. Professors
05
01
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10.
Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization, (D.Sc./D.Litt.
/Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.)
No. of Ph.D.
Students
No. of Years of
guided for
Name
Qualification
Designation
Specialization
Experience
the
last 4
years
Dr. G.P.Singh
M.Sc. Ph.D, LLB
Associate Professor
M.Sc.-Entomology
33 YEARS
Four
Ph.D.-Env. Science
Dr. R.V. Singh
M.Sc. , Ph.D, LLB,
Associate Professor
Entomology
10 YEARS
Two
MBA
11. List of senior visiting faculty: - None
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled (programme wise)
By temporary faculty: - No Temporary Faculty
13. Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise):-
U.G.:- 174:1
P.G.:- 109:1
14. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff; sanctioned
and filled: - No of academic support Staff - Sanctioned - 00,
Filled - 00
Lab. Boy
- Sanctioned - 00, Filled - 00
Store keeper - Sanctioned - 02, Filled - 00
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil / PG.:-
All are Ph.D holder.
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) National b) International funding
agencies and grants received:-No ongoing Project
17. Departmental projects funded by DST - FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and total
grants received:-No Departmental Project
18. Research Centre /facility recognized by the University: - NO
19. Publications: -
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Published Research Papers:
By: - Dr. G. P. Singh
Sl.
Title of Research
Published in Different
Years of
No.
Papers.
National and
Publication
International Journals
1.
Fluctuation of Entomo-
Mendel 6(3-4)377-384
1989
fauna of water hyacinth of
(National)
Motijheel.
2.
Qualitative and
J. Fresh water Biol.
1994
Quantitative study of
6(i)21-25
Benthic fauna of Kararia
(International)
lake.
3.
Soil Qualities of Rajendra
J. Fresh water
1994
Sarovar, Chapra as
Biol.6(4)305-308
indicator of Fish-
(International)
Productivity
4.
Seasonal variation of
J. Environ Biol.
1996
Micro-Zoo Benthos of
17(3)205-209
Rajendra Sarovar
(International)
5.
Evolution of aquatic
J. Ecobiol. 3(i)059-062
1997
entomofauna in relation to
(International)
ablotic parameters in ox-
bow lake of Champaran.
6.
Studies of persistent
J. Haematol & Ecotoxicol,
2011
toxicity of some Natural
6(2) 30-35
products (Neem) against
(National)
Pyrilla perpusilla
(Sugarcane pest) in Bihar
7.
Quality of drinking water
Recent life Sc. Mirror: vol-
March 2013
site impact on human
2(1), P.P. 59-64
being at Saran District in
(International)
Bihar (India)
8.
Biological Study of Pyrilla
Recent life Sc. Mirror Vol -
March 2013
perpusilla Walker
2(1), P.P. 39-45
(Homoptera; Lophopidae):
(International)
A sugarcane Pest in
Rampur - Rudra of Chapra
(Saran) District in Bihar
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Published Research Papers:
By: - Dr. Rana Vikram
Singh
I)
“Indo Genetic Links”: A Directory of Environmental Experts in the Indo-
Genetic Plains, 2000, Published by Centre for Science and environment, New
Delhi and supported by Commonwealth Science Council, UK.
II)
“Agro Biodiversity of India”, A book on Indian domestic biodiversity. (In Press).
III)
“Popular Text book of Zoology”, For Intermediate Students of 10+2 CBSE and
Bihar Intermediate Education Council Syllabus. (In Press).
Details chapter of Books (Publications):
I)
“Betelvine Cultivation in India” - in the book “Recent Advance in Medicinal
Plants and their cultivation”. Mangalam Publications. Delhi.
II)
“Integrated Pest Management for better post harvest Results” in the book,
“Recent Advances in Post Harvest Management & Practices” Mangalam
Publications. Delhi.
Details of Major Published Articles:
INTERNATIONAL:
1. Liquid Economy (Dying Wetlands of Bihar: How north Bihar strives amid
plenty by neglecting its wetlands), Down To Earth, Vol. 9, Issue 7, August
31, 2000.
2. Wealth from Waste: An effort of a farmer of Punjab who has evolved a
system of resourcefully utilising all his farm waste, Down To Earth, Vol 9,
Issue 11, October 31, 2000.
3. To Ensure Food for Tomorrow: Efforts of Rice-Wheat Consortium for
Indo-Gangetic Plains for Sustaining the System, Down To Earth, Vol 9,
Issue 11, October 31, 2000.
4. Bitten by the betel, The story of plight of betel growers. Down To Earth,
Vol 9, Issue 20, March 15, 2001.
5. The Revival of Indigo: A Grass root Effort by an NGO of Bihar,
Down To Earth, Vol 9, Issue 22, April 15, 2001.
6. Unaffordable Food (How India’s public distribution system weeds out
nutritious coarse grains like millets and sponsors malnutrition and food
insecurity by only promoting rice and wheat the water intensive crops),
Down To Earth, Vol 9, Issue 24, May 15, 2001.
7. No Takers: Untapped Potential (How Organic Food is not reaching to
people due to absence of market and Policy), Down To Earth, Vol. 10 Issue
8, September 15, 2001.
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8. Coloring Plants: An innovative media to spread the message of
Conservation, Down To Earth, Vol. 10 Issue 9, September 30, 2001.
9. Burden of Beast: Mounting Economic Pressures cast a dark shadow on
the future of Camels and their traditional breeders in Rajasthan, Down To
Earth, Vol. 10 Issue 17, January 31, 2002.
10. Farming for the Future (The story to check the status of green products
for sustainable farming and to find an approach to shift it from lab to
land.), Down To Earth, Vol. 10 Issue 18, February 15, 2002.
11. Toxic tea tangle (Safeguards have been erected to weed out the supplies
of tea laden with high pesticide residue levels. But when the
governments use these benchmarks to camouflage protectionism, there
is trouble brewing), Down To Earth, Vol 10 No 22, April 15, 2002.
12. Can of Worms: Risks and benefits of BT Cotton in India, Down To Earth,
Vol. 10 Issue 23, April 30, 2002.
13. Healthy Hues:
(traditional Dyes are back in business due to its
environment friendly nature and its demand is increasing in Europe and
other countries which is environmentally more conscious.), Down To
Earth, Vol. 10 Issue 6, August 15, 2002.
NATIONAL:
1.
"Studies on mating preferences of Dysdercus koenigii Fab. after first
complete mating", Rana Vikram Singh, Biojournal, Vol 4, No 1&2, p 187-190,
June and December 1992.
2.
"Insecticidal properties of some plant extracts against Red Cotton Bug
(Dysdercus koenigii) Fab.", Rana Vikram Singh, Mendel, Vol 10, No 2-4, p 71-
72, 1993.
3.
"Effect of different host plants on the Nymphal development of Red
Cotton Bug (Dysdercus koenigii) Fab.", Rana Vikram Singh, Biojournal, Vol 5,
No 1&2 p 155-157, June and December 1993.
4.
Population and Environment, R P Singh and Rana Vikram Singh, Journal of
social and Economic Studies, A N Sinha Institute, Patna.
5.
Sustainable Development: A Goal Worth Working, Dr Rana Vikram Singh,
Spectrum: Journal of Science and Society for Sustainable Development Vol-I,
No 1-4, 2008-09.
6.
Soil Degradation and food Security, Dr Akhilesh Kumar Singh and Dr Rana
Vikram Singh, Spectrum: Journal of Science and Society for Sustainable
Development Vol-I, No 1-4, 2008-09.
7.
The Journey of Sustainable Development, Rana Vikram Singh, Spectrum:
Journal of Science and Society for Sustainable Development Vol-II, No 1-4, p
1-5, 2009-10.
8.
Sustainable Development: The Need of Hour, Awadhesh Kumar* Anil
kumar Singh* Dr. Md. Israr Hassan Khan Rana Vikram Singh, Spectrum:
Journal of Science and Society for Sustainable Development Vol-III, No 1-4, p
1-5, 2010-11.
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Newspaper Coverage:
Keetnashko se Pradushan, Deshpran, Ranchi, Jharkhand.
a) Publication per faculty
Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
International) by faculty and students
Number of publications listed in International Database (For Eg: Web of
Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database -
International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)
Monographs
Chapter in Book Books Edited
Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of publishers
Citation Index
SNIP
SJR
Impact factor
h-index
20.
Areas of consultancy and income generated: - No
21.
Faculty as members in
a) National committees b) International Committees c) Editorial
Boards….
22.
Student projects
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects
including inter departmental/programme: - NO
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations
outside the institution i.e.in Research laboratories/Industry/
other agencies: - NO
23.
Awards / Recognitions received by faculty and students:-
24.
List of eminent academicians and scientists / visitors to the
department: - 1. Dr. N.K.Mishra , Patna University
2. Dr. G.K. Singh Agriculture University,
Jabalpur
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25. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized & the source of funding
a) National: - No
b) International: - No
26. Student profile programme/course wise:
Name of the
Applications
Enrolled
Pass
Selected
Course/programme
received
*M
*F
percentage
(refer question no. 4)
B.Sc. Part -I
148
99
37
62
2008-2011
B.Sc. Part -II
140
99
40
59
2009-2012
B.Sc. Part -III
154
100
50
50
2010-2013
P.G. Final Old
106
106
44
62
P.G. 1st. Sem
150
110
25
85
2012-2013
P.G. 2nd. Sem
103
103
20
83
2012-2013
P.G. 3rd. Sem
372
99
19
80
2013-2014
*M = Male
*F = Female
27. Diversity of Students
% of
% of students
% of
Name of the
students
from other
students
Course
from the
States
from
same state
abroad
B.Sc. Part -I
100 %
NIL
NIL
2008-2011
B.Sc. Part -II
100 %
NIL
NIL
2009-2012
B.Sc. Part -III
100 %
NIL
NIL
2010-2013
M.Sc. Sem-I
100 %
NIL
NIL
M.Sc. Sem-II
100 %
NIL
NIL
M.Sc. Sem-III
100 %
NIL
NIL
M.Sc. Sem-IV
100 %
NIL
NIL
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such
as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services, etc.? :-No Record.
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29.
Student progression
Student progression
Against % enrolled
UG to PG
50 %
NIL
PG to M.Phil.
NIL
PG to Ph.D.
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
NIL
Employed
Campus selection
NIL.
Other than campus recruitment
NIL
Entrepreneurship/Self-employment
30.
Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library - YES
b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students- YES
c) Class rooms with ICT facility- YES
d) Laboratories - YES
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: - Yes, by organizing
Departmental, seminar, Tutorials, Group Discussion.
34.
Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities
35.
SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans:-
1. Department is planning to open new departments & centers:-
I. Biotechnology
II. Environmental Science
2. Department needs more space for laboratory & Classes.
3. Department requires more teachers for students.
4. Department also requires more technical help staff, so that laboratory
Work can be done as per requirement
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3. Evaluative Report
Department
Of
Mathematics
77
3. Evaluative Report of the Department
The Self-evaluation of every department may be provided separately in about
3-4 pages, avoiding the repetition of the data.
1.
Name of the department: - MATHEMATICS
2.
Year of Establishment: - U.G. - 1954, P.G. - 2009-11
3.
Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., and
Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.) : - U.G. - 1954, P.G. - 2009-11
4.
Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments/units involved: N.A.
5.
Annual/ semester/choice based credit system (programme wise): Annual
System in U.G. & Semester System in P.G.
6.
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments: - NO
7.
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions,
etc.: - NO
8.
Details of courses/programmes discontinued (if any) with reasons: NO
9.
Number of teaching posts
Sanctioned
Filled
Professors
-
-
Associate Professors
-
-
05
02
Asst. Professors
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10.
Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization, (D.Sc./D.Litt.
/Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.)
Qualification
No. of Ph.D.
No.
Name
Designation
Specialization
Students
of
guided for the
Year
last 4 years
s of
Dr. R.N. MAHTO
M.Sc. Ph.D.
Asst. Professor
Theory of
10
3 Ph.D. Student
number & Diff-
years
Guided.
Geometry
Dr. R.N. SINGH
M.Sc. Ph.D.
Asst. Professor
Theory of
10
2 Ph.D. Student
Number &
years
guided
Celestial Mechm.
Dr.H.R.SINGH
M.Sc. Ph.D.
Asst. Professor
Theory of
11
(Adhoc Basis)
Number &
years
Operation
Research
11.
List of senior visiting faculty: Dr. T.N. Singh (Retd.) T.M.U. Bhagalpur
Dr. Laljee Prasad (Retd.) B.N.College Patna
12.
Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled (programme wise)
By temporary faculty: - 22%.
13.
Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise): U.G - 572:3
P.G. - 372:3
14.
Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff; sanctioned
and filled: NIL
15.
Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil / PG.:-All are
Ph.D holder.
16.
Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) National b) International funding
agencies and grants received: Dr. R.N.Singh, Project going on funding agency
U.G.C. Kolkata.
17.
Departmental projects funded by DST - FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and total
grants received: - No Departmental Project.
18.
Research Centre /facility recognized by the University: - No.
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19. Publications:-
Published Research Papers:
By: - Dr. Raj Narayan Singh
S.No.
Name of Journal
Title of the Paper
Year
1
The Math Student
The Diophantine Equation
1984
v.52,pp 113-115
x4+kx2y2+y4=z2
2
The Math Student
The Diophantine Equation
1984
v.52,p.p 245-47
a+bx+cx2+dx3+ex4=y2
3
Journal of Bihar Math. Soc.
The Diophantine Equation
1984
V8, pp 29-35
Ax2+By2=Z2
4
The Math Student
A note on the Diophantine
1984
V.52, pp. 97-100
Equation ax4+by4=z2
5
Math Education
The Diophantine Equation
1987
(U.G.C Journal) v.3, p. 44
6
Math Education
The Diophantine System
1987
(U.G.C Journal) v.4, p. 94
7
The Math Student
Equal sums of like power
1988
v.56, pp. 192-94
8
The Math Student
The Diophantine Equation
1988
v.56, pp. 142-44
ax4+2bx2y2+cy4=z2
9
Journal of Indian Math. Society
The Diophantine Equation
1988
v.53, p.p 245-50
Y2=Dx4+1
10
Math Education
Pythagorism as a source of
1988
(U.G.C Journal) v.5, p.p 16-23
many Diophantine problems.
11
Math Education
The Diophantine Equation
1989
(U.G.C Journal) v.5, p.p 244
Ax4+bx2y2+cy4=z2
12
The Math Student
Impossibility of u2+v2+w3
=
1994
v.63, pp. 233-36
u3+v3+w3
=1 is non zero
rational
80
a) Publication per faculty
Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
International) by faculty and students
Number of publications listed in International Database (For Eg: Web of
Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database -
International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)
Monographs
Chapter in Book Books Edited
Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of publishers
Citation Index
SNIP
SJR
Impact factor
h-index
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated: NIL
21. Faculty as members in: N.A.
A) National committees b) International Committees c) Editorial
Boards….
22. Student projects
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter
Departmental/programme: N.A.
b)
Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside
the
institution
I.e.in Research laboratories/Industry/ other agencies: N.A.
23. Awards / Recognitions received by faculty and students: No.
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists / visitors to the department
-: Dr. T.N. Singh (Rtd.) T.M.U. Bhagalpur
Dr. Laljee Prasad (Retd.) B.N.College Patna.
25. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized & the source of funding a)
National: Recent Trends in Mathematics, Date- 05.11.2012
Source of funding- Jagdam College Chapra
J.P.U. Chapra
b) International
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26.
Student profile programme/course wise:
Name of the
Applications
Enrolled
Pass
Selected
Course/programme
received
*M
*F
percentage
(refer question no. 4)
U.G. 2008-09
645
160
144
16
U.G. 2009-10
890
240
229
11
U.G. 2010-11
695
118
97
21
U.G. 2011-12
875
214
194
20
U.G. 2012-13
898
250
216
34
P.G. 2009-11
125
64
60
4
P.G. 2010-12
175
72
68
4
P.G. 2011-13
284
137
112
25
P.G. 2012-14
535
163
146
17
P.G. 2013-15
630
166
134
32
*M = Male
*F = Female
27. Diversity of Students
% of
% of students
% of
students
from other
students
Name of the
from the
States
from
Course
same state
abroad
B.Sc Part -I
100%
NIL
NIL
B.Sc Part -II
100%
NIL
NIL
B.Sc Part -III
100%
NIL
NIL
M.Sc Sem I
100%
NIL
NIL
M.Sc Sem II
100%
NIL
NIL
M.Sc Sem III
100%
NIL
NIL
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such
as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services, etc.?
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29.
Student progression
Student progression
Against % enrolled
UG to PG
60 %
PG to M.Phil.
1%
PG to Ph.D.
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
Employed
Campus selection
NA
Other than campus recruitment
NA
Entrepreneurship/Self-employment
30.
Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library:
YES
b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students:-YES
c) Class rooms with ICT facility:-YES
d) Laboratories
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: - :- Workshop, Seminar, Tutorials are given.
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning: - YES,
Group Discussion, Tutorial Classes, Seminar, Etc.
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities
: - No activity.
35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans:-
1. Department is planning to Open new Departments: - Bio-Mathematics.
2. Department needs more Space for Classes.
3. Department required more Teachers for Students requirements.
83
3. Evaluative Report
Department
Of
Physics
84
3. Evaluative Report of the Department
The Self-evaluation of every department may be provided separately in about
3-4 pages, avoiding the repetition of the data.
1.
Name of the department: PHYSICS
2.
Year of Establishment: - 1954
3.
Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., and
Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.) : U.G. - B.Sc. (Hons.)
P.G. - M.Sc.
4.
Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments/units involved:-
Bachelor of Computer Applications.
5.
Annual/ semester/choice based credit system (programme wise):U.G. - Annual
P.G. - Semester
6.
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments
: - B.C.A. to be started from the session July 2014
7.
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions,
etc.:- No
8.
Details of courses/programmes discontinued (if any) with reasons: - No
9.
Number of teaching posts
Sanctioned
Filled
Professors
Associate Professors
07
03
Asst. Professors
85
10.
Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization, (D.Sc./D.Litt.
/Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.) :
No. of
No. of Ph.D.
Name
Qualification
Designation
Specialization
Years of
Students
Experience
guided for the
last 4 years
Associate Professor
Atomic and Molecular
Sunil Kumar Verma
M.Sc., Ph.D.
34
One (Enrolled)
Physics
Associate Professor
Semiconductor
Shail Kumari
M.Sc., Ph.D.
17
Three
Devices
Associate Professor
Atmospheric
Mahendra. Singh
M.Sc., Ph.D.
17
Two
Electricity
Ramendra Kr. Singh
M.Sc., Ph.D.
Asst Professor
40
One (Enrolled)
Ravi Pratap Singh
M.Sc.
Asst. Professor
40
11. List of senior visiting faculty
: - (1) Prof. Vijay A. Singh, T.I.F.R, Mumbai
(2) Prof. Ajit Kumar, I.I.T., Delhi
(3) Prof. Rajmani Pd. Singh, P.U., Patna
(4) Prof. S.N. Guha, P.U., Patna
& V.C., A.K. U. Patna
12.
Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled (programme wise)
By temporary faculty: - N/A
13.
Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise):- U.G. - 27/1
, P.G. - 18/1
14.
Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff; sanctioned
and filled
: - No of academic support Staff - Sanctioned - 01,
Filled - 01
Lab. Boy
- Sanctioned - 06, Filled - 04
Store keeper - Sanctioned - 02, Filled - 01
15.
Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil / PG.:
4 Teachers have Ph.D., 1 Teacher is M.Sc.
16.
Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) National b) International funding
agencies and grants received: - No
17.
Departmental projects funded by DST - FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and total
grants received: - No
18.
Research Centre /facility recognized by the University: - No
19. Publications:
a) Publication per faculty
National
International
1.Dr. Sunil Kumar Verma
01
05
2. Dr. Shail Kumari,
05
00
3. Dr. Mahendra Singh
03
03
86
Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
International) by faculty and students
Number of publications listed in International Database (For Eg: Web of
Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database -
International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)
Monographs
Chapter in Book Books Edited
Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of publishers
Citation Index
SNIP
SJR
Impact factor
h-index
LIST OF PUBLICATIONS by: - Dr. S.K. Verma
1
Depopulation of lowly excited ns-states of Rb Colliding
J. Phys. B : At. Mol. Opt. Phys. 29
with He atoms
(1996) 1237
2
Depopulation of Na (8s) Colliding with ground state He :
Pramana Journal of Physics
Study of Collision dynamics
No. 5 (1996) 373
3
Depopulation of low Rydberg Na atom in collisions with
International Journal of Quantum
Rare Gases : A Molecular state Treatment
Chemistry 73 (1999) 307
4
A Systematic study of Hornbeck Molnar Ionisation
Journal of Molecular structure
involving Rydberg alkali atoms
(Theochem) 487 (1999), 1-9
5
Production of KRb : The relative efficiency of two
Journal of Molecular structure
competing Channels
(Theochem) 529 (2000), 15-19
6
Preferential Population of n=2 states in low-energy Li -
Journal of Molecular structure
He Collision : a molecular state close- coupled treatment
(Theochem) 529 (2000), 141-1
LIST OF PUBLICATIONS:-Dr. Shail Kumari
1- Analysis of lattice defects on the crystal structure of ANVISSHIKI ISSN 0973-
9777, VOLUME -4 NUMBER -6 November 2010.
2- An overview of lattice energy alkaline earth oxides and heavy metal halides.
ANVISSHIKI ISSN 0973-9777, VOLUME -4 NUMBERS -6 November 2010.
3- Influence of the sea surface on electromagnetic propagation in a sea transport
context. ANVISSHIKI ISSN 0973-9777, VOLUME -4 NUMBERS -1 January
2010.
4- A study of electromagnetic scattering by an object Located on rough surface
using Time-Domain Integral equations. ANVISSHIKI ISSN 0973-9777,
VOLUME -4 NUMBERS -1 January 2010.
87
5- Electromagnetic scattering by partially buried PEC cylinder at the Dielectric
Rough surface Interface: TM Case. ANVISSHIKI ISSN 0973-9777, VOLUME -
4 NUMBER -1 January 2010.
LIST OF PUBLICATIONS by:-Dr. Mahindra Singh
(a) In journals : Six
1. Mahendra Singh and R.D. Singh: (1990) Indian Journal of Radio and Space Physics, 19,
177 (National).
2. Mahendra Singh and R.D. Singh: (1991) Indian Journal of Radio and Space Physics, 20,
338 (National).
3. Mahendra Singh (2009) Ultra Science 21 (1), 215
(National).
4. Mahendra Singh (2013) IOSR Journal of Applied Physics, 3(3), 4 www.isor.org
(International).
5. Mahendra Singh (2013) International Journal of Scientific & Research Publications,
3(4), (on line) www.ijsrp.org (International).
6. Sheela Singh and Mahendra Singh: (2013) International Journal of
Engineering Science Invention 2(4), 43 www.ijesi.org (International).
(b) In Symposia / Conferences : Two
1.
R.P. Singh and Mahendra Singh : (2002), On high Energy Electron from Lightning
Discharges, Presented in XII National Space Science Symposium, Barktullah
University, Bhopal.
2.
Mahendra Singh (2002), Radiation from Lightning Return Stroke, Presented in XII
National Space Science Symposium, Barktullah University, Bhopal.
(C) Papers Communicated: Two
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated: - No
21. Faculty as members in:
a) National committees b) International Committees c) Editorial
Boards….
1. Dr. Sunil Kumar Verma: Permanent member of Indian Society of Atomic and Molecular Physics.
22. Student projects
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects
including inter departmental/programme: - 100% in PG Classes
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations
outside the institution i.e.in Research laboratories/Industry/
other agencies: - No
23. Awards / Recognitions received by faculty and students: - No
88
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists / visitors to the department
(1) Prof. Vijay A. Singh, T.I.F.R, Mumbai
(2) Prof. Ajit Kumar, I.I.T. Delhi
(3) Prof. Rajmani Pd. Singh, P.U., Patna
(4) Prof. S.N. Guha, P.U., Patna
& V.C., A.K. U. Patna
25. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized & the source of funding
a) National: - 02, Sources of Funding - UGC through University
b) International: - No
26. Student profile programme/course wise: - UG and PG Students are
admitted on the basis of percentage of marks reservation rules are strict
followed
Name of the
Applications
Enrolled
Pass
Selected
Course/programme
received
*M
*F
percentage
(refer question no. 4)
UG 1st Year
327
64
49
14
98%
2010- 2011
UG 2nd Year
64
56
8
95%
2010- 2011
UG 3rd Year
64
58
5
90%
2010- 2011
UG 1st Year
377
64
54
10
96%
2011- 2012
UG 2nd Year
64
48
14
94%
2011- 2012
UG 3rd Year
64
56
8
98%
2011- 2012
UG 1st Year
389
64
46
17
96%
2012- 2013
UG 2nd Year
64
54
10
97%
2012- 2013
UG 3rd Year
64
49
14
95%
2012- 2013
PG 1st Year
43
32
10
81%
2010- 2011
PG 2nd Year
42
41
3
80%
2010- 2011
PG 1st Year
207
64
49
15
86%
2011- 2012
PG 2nd Year
43
32
10
89%
2011- 2012
*M = Male
*F = Female
89
27. Diversity of Students
% of
% of students
% of
Name of the
students
from other
students
Course
from the
States
from
same state
abroad
P.G. 2011-12
99.9%
One Student
Nil
P.G. 2012-13
99.9%
One Student
Nil
U.G.2011-12
100%
……
Nil
U.G.2012-13
100%
……..
Nil
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such
as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services, etc.?
Bank P.O - 03
, Defense Services -01
29. Student progression
Student progression
Against % enrolled
80%
UG to PG
X
PG to M.Phil.
01%
PG to Ph.D.
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
X
Employed
02%
Campus selection
Other than campus recruitment
48% (Approx)
58% (Approx)
Entrepreneurship/Self-employment
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library : - Yes
b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students: - Yes
c) Class rooms with ICT facility: - Yes
d) Laboratories: - Yes
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,
Government or other agencies: - 38
90
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops /
Seminar) with external experts: - :-Yes
33.
Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning:-Yes, by organizing
departmental, seminar, Tutorials, Group Discussion.
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities
35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans
Strength
1.
Support from the Principal who is himself a Physicist.
2.
Qualified and devoted teachers.
3.
Rich Laboratory.
4.
Experienced non-teaching employees.
5.
Discipline among students.
Weakness
1.
Sufficient no of class rooms and separate laboratories for Hons. And P.G. classes
are not available.
2.
Posts of Laboratory Asssistants are vacant.
3.
Four posts of Assistant Professors are vacant.
Opportunity
1. U.G.C. and the University now provide funds for the development of the
department and hence there is oppritunity to improve the infrastructure of the
department.
2. Since majority of students come from rural background, the department has the
opportunity to propagate and culture scientific temperament among rural musses
also and thereby help society to be pragmatic and scientific towards in its approach.
Challenges
To devise and plan techniques so that educational background may achieve tevel
to positively sespond to instructions.
Future Plan
The deparment intends to start nano-science upto undergraduate level in future
provided authorities permit and provide adequate assistances.
91
3. Evaluative Report
Department
Of
Botany
92
3. Evaluative Report of the Department
The Self-evaluation of every department may be provided separately in about
3-4 pages, avoiding the repetition of the data.
1.
Name of the department: BOTANY
2.
Year of Establishment: 1954
3.
Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., and
Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.) : B.Sc. (Hons.), M.Sc., Ph.D.
4.
Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments/units involved:
Zoology, Chemistry,
5.
Annual/ semester/choice based credit system (programme wise):- M.Sc.
6.
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments: - NO
7.
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions,
etc.:- NO
8.
Details of courses/programmes discontinued (if any) with reasons: - NO
9.
Number of teaching posts
Sanctioned
Filled
Professors
NIL
NIL
Associate Professors
NIL
01
Asst. Professors
06
01
10.
Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization, (D.Sc./D.Litt.
/Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.)
No. of Ph.D.
Name
Qualification
Designation
Specialization
No. of Years of
Students
Experience
guided for the
last 4 years
Dr. Jai Narayan
M.Sc., Ph.D.
Asso. Prof.
Cytogenetic
& Plant
Singh
38Years
NIL
breeding
Dr. N.K.Singh
M.Sc., Ph.D.
Asst. Prof
Ecology
20 Years
NIL
93
11. List of senior visiting faculty: - NO
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled (programme wise)
By temporary faculty: - NA
13.
Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise): 800: 2
14.
Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff; sanctioned
and filled: - No of academic support Staff - Sanctioned -,
Filled -
Lab. Boy
- Sanctioned - 03, Filled - 01
Store keeper - Sanctioned - 02, Filled - 01
15.
Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil / PG. : - M.Sc
16.
Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) National b) International funding
agencies and grants received: - NO
17.
Departmental projects funded by DST - FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and total
grants received: - NO
18.
Research Centre /facility recognized by the University: - NO
19.
Publications:
a) Publication per faculty
Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
International) by faculty and students
Number of publications listed in International Database (For Eg: Web of
Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database -
International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)
Monographs
Chapter in Book
Books Published: 01
Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of publishers:
Nirmal Publication, Sahadra, Delhi 2012
Citation Index
SNIP
SJR
Impact factor
h-index
94
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated: - NO
21. Faculty as members in: - NO
a) National committees b) International Committees c) Editorial Boards….
22. Student projects: - NO
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects
including inter departmental/programme
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations
outside the institution i.e.in Research laboratories/Industry/
other agencies
23. Awards / Recognitions received by faculty and students: - NO
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists / visitors to the department: - NO
25. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized & the source of funding: - NO
a) National
b) International
26. Student profile programme/course wise:
Name of the
Applications
Enrolled
Pass
Selected
Course/programme
received
*M
*F
percentage
(refer question no. 4)
B.Sc. Part -I
148
45
31
14
2008-2011
B.Sc. Part -I
140
39
27
12
2009-2012
B.Sc. Part -I
154
60
35
25
2010-2013
P.G. Ist Semester
25
18
11
07
2009-2011
P.G. 1st. Sem
70
25
15
10
2010-2012
P.G. 1st. Sem
60
41
23
18
2011-2012
*M = Male
*F = Female
95
27. Diversity of Students
% of
% of students
% of students from
Name of the
students
from other
abroad
Course
from the
States
same state
U.G. I- III
100%
NIL
Nil
P.G. Final Old
100%
NIL
Nil
P.G. Ist Semester
100%
NIL
Nil
P.G.IInd Semester
100%
NIL
NIL
U.G. I- III
100%
NIL
NIL
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such
as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services, etc.?
29. Student progression
Student progression
Against % enrolled
More than 80 %
UG to PG
PG to M.Phil.
10 %
PG to Ph.D.
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
Employed
Campus selection
Other than campus recruitment
Entrepreneurship/Self-employment
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library: - YES
b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students: - YES
c) Class rooms with ICT facility: - YES
d) Laboratories: - YES
96
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:-Yes, by organizing
Departmental, seminar, Tutorials, Group Discussion.
34.
Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities:-NO
35.
SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans
97
3. Evaluative Report
Department
Of
Chemistry
98
3. Evaluative Report of the Department
The Self-evaluation of every department may be provided separately in about
3-4 pages, avoiding the repetition of the data.
1.
Name of the department
: - Chemistry
2.
Year of Establishment: -
1954
3.
Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., and
Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.) : - UG and PG
4.
Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments/units involved
1. Annual/ semester/choice based credit system (programme wise) :- U.G. Annual
: - P.G. SEMESTER
6.
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments : NO
7.
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions,
etc.
: - NO
8.
Details of courses/programmes discontinued (if any) with reasons: - NO
9.
Number of teaching posts
Sanctioned
Filled
Professors
Associate Professors
08
03
Asst. Professors
99
10.
Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization, (D.Sc./D.Litt.
/Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.)
No. of Ph.D.
No. of Years
Name
Qualification
Desig
Specialization
Students
of
nation
guided for the
Experience
last 4 years
Sri S.M. Hussain M.Sc.
Assit
39yr.Approx
Prof.
Dr. R.K.Singh
M.Phil, Ph.D
Assit
10yr.Approx
4
Prof.
Dr. Sanjay Kr.
M.Sc., Ph.D
Assit
10yr.Approx
Prof.
11. List of senior visiting faculty: - Prof. M.K. Mishra, IIT, Powai, Bombay
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled (programme wise)
By temporary faculty: - No temporary faculty.
13. Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise):- 49:3
14. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff; sanctioned
and filled
: - IIIrd 2-0, IV 7-1,
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil / PG.:- All are
Ph.D
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) National b) International funding
agencies and grants received: - Two Project (UGC)
17. Departmental projects funded by DST - FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and total
grants received: - Two Projects funded by UGC
18. Research Centre /facility recognized by the University: - No
19. Publications: Mentoon.
100
Publications by Dr. Rajesh Kr.
1.
Bulletin
of
Title of Article
Electrochemistry
Protection of mild steel by thiourea derivative as
ISSN:0256-1654
inhibitors in
20% HCl D.Prakash, R.K.Singh,
G.Udayabhanu, Ranju Kumari Bulletin of
Electrochemistry 22 (2006) 257- 261
2. Journal of Indian
Protection of stainless steel in 20% HCl by use of
1Chemical Society
organic inhibitors, D.Prakash, R.K.Singh, Ranju
Kumari Journal. Indian Chem. Soc. 83. (2006) 1256-
ISSN: 0019-4522
1259.
3. Indian Journal of
Corrosion inhibition of mild steel in 20% HCl by some
Chemical technology
organic compounds D.Prakash, R.K.Singh, Ranju
Kumari Indian Journal of Chemical technology 13
ISSN: 0971-457X
(2006) 555-560.
4.
Bulletin
of
Comparative study of inhibition of mild steel and
Electrochemistry
stainless steel in 20% HCl solution by some organic
inhibitors R.K.Singh, S.Prakash, Ranju Kumari,
ISSN: 0256-1654
D.Prakash, Bulletin of Electrochemistry 23(2007)113-
117
5. Journal of Indian
Inhibition of stainless steel by use of thiourea
Chemical Society
derivative as inhibitors in
20% HCl R.K.Singh,
S.Prakash, S.K. Singh, D.Prakash Journal. Indian
ISSN: 0019-4522
Chem. Soc. 85 (2008) 643- 646.
6.Journal of Metallurgy
Comparative study of the corrosion inhibition of mild
&Materials Science
steel and stainless steel by use of thiourea
derivatives in 20% HCl solution, R K Singh Journal of
ISSN: 0972-4257
Metallurgy &Material Science 51 (2009) 225-232.
7.Material
Science
Corrosion protection of stainless steel in oil well
research India
recovery R. K. Singh Material Science research India
06 (2009) 459-466.
ISSN: 0973-3469
101
8. Journal of Metallurgy
The corrosion protection of stainless steel in
&Materials Science
phosphate fertilizer industry R. K. Singh 52 (2010)
173-180
ISSN: 0972-4257
9. J. Chemtracks
Gram production hampered by corrosive pollutants,
R K Singh 13 (2011) 341-344.
ISSN: 0973-239X
10.JournalofMetallurgy
Inhibition of the corrosion of mild steel in the pulp
&Material Science
and paper industry R K Singh Journal of Metallurgy
&Material Science Vol. 53 (2011)411-418.
ISSN: 0972-4257
11.
Current
World
Study of the effect of air pollution on wheat, R K
Environment
Singh, Current Word Environment 06 (02) 2011 291-
293.
ISSN: 0973-4929
12. Material Science
The corrosion protection of materials by
research India
nanotechnology, R K Singh, 08 (2011) 353-355.
ISSN: 0973-3469
13.
Journal
of
Corrosion Mitigation of Stainless steel in Milk by Aloe
Metallurgy
and
Vera Juice, R K Singh Vol. 54 (2012) 77-85.
Materials Science
ISSN: 0972-4257
14.
International
Corrosion protection of Mild steel in Sugar Industry R
Journal of Food
,
K Singh Vol. 1(2011) 75-82.
Agriculture & Veterinary
Science
ISSN:
2277-209X
(online)
www.cibtech.org
2011
Vol.1(1) Oct-Dec.
102
15.
International
Study of the Corroding effect of Orange fruit by
Journal of Geology,
Corrosive Pollutants R K Singh Vol. 1(2011) 35-37.
Earth & Environmental
Science
ISSN: 2277-2011(online)
www.cibtech.org
2011
Vol.1 (1) Sept-Dec.
16.
Journal
of
Pegion pea pulse flowers by corrosive pollutants R K
Progressive Science
Singh 3 (2012) b71-72.
ISSN: 0974-010X
17.
International
Corrosion protection of stainless steel in vegetables
Journal
of
Applied
by Aloe Vera juice R K Singh 2 (2012) 28-35.
Engineering
and
Technology
ISSN: 2277-212X
18.
International
Study corrosion inhibitory effect of Aloe Vera juice
Journal of Basic and
on stainless steel used for orange storage by R K
Applied
Chemical
Singh 2 (2012) 48-55.
Sciences ISSN:
2277-
2073.
19. Sky Journal of Soil
Corrosion protection of stainless steel in beverage by
Science
and
R K Singh Aloe Vera 1 (2012) 1-8.
Environmental
Management
ISSN: 2315-8794
20. Journal of Current
Tuhar (Cajanus Cajam) pluse flower corroding by
Chemical
and
corrosive pollutants by R K Singh, 2 (2012) 306-309.
pharmaceutical sciences
ISSN: 2277-2871
103
21.
African
J
of
Tuhar pluse flower corroding by corrosive pollutants
Environment
Science
by R K Singh7 (2013) 560-562.
and Technology
ISSN: 1996-0786
22. Journal of Science
Study of the effect of corrosive pollutants on Litchi
and
Society
for
(Litchi Chinensis) in Bihar by R K Singh 7 (2013)33-36.
Sustainable
Development
ISSN: 0974-2417
Publications by Dr. Sanjay Kr.
J.Indian Chemial Society,
Non-specific solvent effects
Vol.87,no.3,March,2010,pp.361-
Kolkata
on proton transfer
363
equilibrium between toluic
acids and carbinol base of
crystal violet
J.Chemtracks, Gaya
A Kinetic study of alkaline
ISSN:0973-
hydrolysis of ethyl octanoate
239X,Vol.13(2),pp.451-
in mixed aquo-organic
454,2011
solvent of varying
compositions
J.Chemtracks, Gaya
Study of some M(III)
ISSN:0973-
chelates
239X,Vol.14(1),pp.315-
320,2012
Oriental Journal of
Spectral and Anti-microbial
ISSN:0970-
Chemistry, Bhopal
screening of Cu(II),Ni(II)
020X,Vol.29(2),pp.655-
and Co(II) co-ordination
659,2013
compounds with
Nitrogen,Oxygen and
Sulphur containing tridentet
Schiffs Bases
Proc.99thIndian Science
Structural studies of
Page 189,Year 2012
Congress, Part II: Abstracts
complexes of 2-
of Oral/ Poster presentations
Mercaptobenzothiozole and
(Inorganic Chemistry)
2-benzothiozolyl acetic acid
with Pd(II) and Pt(II)
104
a) Publication per faculty : Mentoon
Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
International) by faculty and students 30
Number of publications listed in International Database (For Eg: Web of
Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database -
International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)
Monographs
Chapter in Book Books Edited
Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of publishers : 6
Citation Index 5.14
SNIP
SJR
Impact factor 1.21, 2.001
h-index
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated: - No
21. Faculty as members in
a) National committees b) International Committees c) Editorial
Boards: - Yes
22. Student projects
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects
including inter departmental/programme: - No
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations
outside the institution i.e.in Research laboratories/Industry/
other agencies: - No
23. Awards / Recognitions received by faculty and students: - Corrosion science
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists / visitors to the department
: - Prof. M.K. Misra, IITB, Bombay, Prof. Vijay A. Singh, TFRE, Bombay.
25.
Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized & the source of funding
a) National: - Madam Quire, sponsored by UGC
b) International
105
26.
Student profile programme/course wise:
Name of the
Applications
Enrolled
Pass
Selected
Course/programme
received
*M
*F
percentage
(refer question no. 4)
U.G - Part I to III 2008 - 11
225
124
109
15
U.G - Part I to III 2009 - 12
275
147
128
19
U.G - Part I to III 2010 - 13
170
99
86
13
P.G. III Sem 2012 -13
280
75
54
21
P.G. II Sem 2013 -14
375
82
61
21
P.G. I Sem 2013 -14
*M = Male
*F = Female
27. Diversity of Students
% of
% of students
% of
Name of the
students
from other
students
Course
from the
States
from
same state
abroad
U.G. I- III
100%
NIL
Nil
P.G. Final Old
100%
NIL
Nil
P.G. Ist Semester
100%
NIL
Nil
P.G.IInd Semester
100%
NIL
NIL
U.G. I- III
100%
NIL
NIL
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such
as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services, etc.?
29. Student progression
Student progression
Against % enrolled
UG to PG
80%
0.5%
PG to M.Phil.
1%
PG to Ph.D.
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
NIL
Employed
NIL
Campus selection
NIL
Other than campus recruitment
Entrepreneurship/Self-employment
106
30.
Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library:-YES
b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students: - YES
c) Class rooms with ICT facility: - YES
d) Laboratories: - YES
31.
Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,
Government or other agencies : 50% State Goveremtn scholarship.
32.
Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops /
Seminar) with external experts
: - YES
33.
Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning: - YES by organising
seminar, tutorial Classes etc Yes, by organizing
Departmental, seminar, Tutorials, Group Discussion.
34.
Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities.
Providing awareness among people about water pollution, air pollution, soil
pollution, etc.
35.
SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans
107
3. Evaluative Report
Department
Of
Political Science
108
3. Evaluative Report of the Department
The Self-evaluation of every department may be provided separately in about
3-4 pages, avoiding the repetition of the data.
1.
Name of the department: POLITICAL SCIENCE
2.
Year of Establishment: 1954
3.
Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., and
Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.) : U.G. - 1954, P.G.-2012
4.
Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments/units involved
5.
Annual/ semester/choice based credit system (programme wise): Annual
System in U.G., Semester System in P.G.
6.
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments:-NO
7.
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions,
etc.:-NO
8.
Details of courses/programmes discontinued (if any) with reasons:-NO
9.
Number of teaching posts
Sanctioned
Filled
Professors
Associate Professors
01
Asst. Professors
10.
Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization, (D.Sc./D.Litt.
/Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.)
No. of Ph.D.
No. of Years
Name
Qualification
Designation
Specialization
Students
of Experience
guided for the
last 4 years
Dr. Kedar
M.A. Ph.D.
Associate Prof.
International
17 Years
03 Ph.D. Awarded
Prasad
BET, LLB
Law
02 Ph.D. Guided
109
11.
List of senior visiting faculty: Dr. B.N.Singh, Dr. D.P.Singh
12.
Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled (programme wise)
By temporary faculty:-N/A
13.
Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise): 1: 347 in U.G.
1: 92 in P.G.
14.
Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff; sanctioned
and filled: - No of academic support Staff - Sanctioned - 05,
Filled -01
IIIrd Grade
- Sanctioned - 00, Filled - 00
4th Grade
- Sanctioned - 00, Filled - 01
15.
Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil / PG.:- Ph. D.
16.
Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) National b) International funding
agencies and grants received:
a) National: - Minor Research Project, By UGC
17.
Departmental projects funded by DST - FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and total
grants received:-NO
18.
Research Centre /facility recognized by the University:-NO
19.
Publications:
ARTICALS
AUTHOR
YEAR OF
TITLE
NAME OF THE
NAME OF THE
PUBLICATION
JOURNAL
PUBLISHER
Dr. Kedar
Cast Conflict in
Anusilana vol. xiii,
Department of Philosophy and
Prasad
Three
page no. 97-102
Religion Faculty of Arts B.H.U.
2009
Villages of Bihar
Varanasi ISSN 0973-8762.
Dr. Kedar
Structural Cast
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Development
no. 100-102
0974-6129
2009
Villages
Dr. Kedar
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2010
Dr. Kedar
Real face of Rural
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Deptt. Of Philosophy and
Prasad
leadership (A case
Vol.xxxiv, Page no.
Religion, faculty of Asis, BHU,
2011
study of Chapra
115-120
Varanasi, U.P. ISSN 0973-8762
District, Bihar
Dr. Kedar
Bases of Indian Govt.
A NUSILANA,
Deptt. Of Philosophy and
Prasad
(A study of govt. of
Vol.xxxviii, Page no.
Religion, faculty of Asis, BHU,
2011
India Act 1935)
147-149
Varanasi, U.P. ISSN 0973-8762
Dr. Kedar
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Social Development Research
Prasad
Journal of Research
Council, Muzaffarpur, ISSN-
2011
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0975-6787
page 114
Dr. Kedar
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2012
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Religion, faculty of Asis, BHU,
2012
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Varanasi, U.P. ISSN 0973-8762
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2012
110
BOOK
1.
Factious and Dynamics in Panchayati Raj, ISBN
81-7487-613-8
2.
Bhartiya Rajnitik Awasar ewm Chunotiya.
ISBN :- 9689381415603
C- i
Orientation course organised by ASC, B.R.A. Bihar university, Muzaffarpur form 24.12.97 to
20.4.98 .
C- ii(a) Refresher course organised by ASC University of Allahabad, U.P. From 06.12.2002 To
04.01.2003.
(c) Refresher course organised by ASC, D.D.U. Gorakhpur University, U.P. from 01.12.2003 to
23.12.2003
(d) Refresher course organised by ASC, D.D.U. Gorakhpur University, U.P. from 21.07.2007 to
10.08.2007
a) Publication per faculty :
Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
international) by faculty and students
Number of publications listed in International Database (For Eg: Web of
Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database -
International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)
Monographs
Chapter in Book Books Edited
Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of publishers
Citation Index
SNIP
SJR
Impact factor
h-index
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated:-NO
21. Faculty as members in
a)National committees :- Member in Editorial Boards
b) International Committees
c) Editorial Boards….
22 Student projects :- NO
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter
Departmental/programme
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside
the
institution
i.e.in Research laboratories/Industry/ other agencies
111
23.Awards / Recognitions received by faculty and students :- NO
24.List of eminent academicians and scientists / visitors to the department
:- 1.Prof. (Dr.) Bameshawar Singh, Retd Prof. &
Head , PG Deptt. J.P.University ,Chapra
25. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized & the source of funding
a) National
b) International
26. Student profile programme/course wise:
Name of the
Applications
Enrolled
Pass
Selected
Course/programme
received
*M
*F
percentage
(refer question no. 4)
B.A. 2008-09
109
109
63
46
B.A. 2009-10
116
116
79
37
B.A. 2010-11
119
119
81
38
B.A. 2011-12
112
112
60
52
P.G. 2012-14
235
103
53
50
*M = Male
*F = Female
27. Diversity of Students
% of
% of students
% of
Name of the
students
from other
students
Course
from the
States
from
same state
abroad
B.A. 2008-09
99.5%
.05%
B.A. 2009-10
100%
---
B.A. 2010-11
99.9%
.1%
B.A. 2011-12
99%
1%
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such
as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services, etc.?
112
29. Student progression
Student progression
Against % enrolled
UG to PG
60 %
NIL
PG to M.Phil.
5%
PG to Ph.D.
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
NIL
Employed
Campus selection
NIL
Other than campus recruitment
20%
45%
Entrepreneurship/Self-employment
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library :- YES
b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students :-YES
c) Class rooms with ICT facility :- YES
d) Laboratories
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,
government or other agencies :-30
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops /
seminar) with external experts :- NO
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities
35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans:-
* To start Certificate course in Human Rights.
* to start Certificate course in Female and Children Rights.
113
3.Evaluative Report
Department
Of
History
114
3. Evaluative Report of the Department of History
The Self-evaluation of every department may be provided separately in about
3-4 pages, avoiding the repetition of the data.
1.
Name of the department : HISTORY
2.
Year of Establishment:- 1954
3.
Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.) : U.G., P.G.
4.
Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments/units involved:-NO
5.
Annual/ semester/choice based credit system (programme wise):
U.G. Annual System
P.G. Semester System
6.
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments:-NO
7.
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions,
et
:-NO
8.
Details of courses/programmes discontinued (if any) with reasons :- None
9.
Number of Teaching posts
Sanctioned
Filled
-
-
Professors
-
01
Associate Professors
02
Asst. Professors
03
On Adhoc Basis
10.
Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization, (D.Sc./D.Litt.
/Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,)
No. of Ph.D.
Name
Qualificati
Designation
Specialization
No. of Years of
Students
on
Experience
guided for the
last 4 years
Dr. Chiranjiv
Ph. D.
Associate
Ancient Indian
34Yrs
6
Lochan
Prof.
History
Dr. Nandan Kr.
Ph. D.
Asst. Prof.
Ancient Indian
07yrs
On Adhoc Basis
History
NIL
115
11. List of senior visiting faculty:- None
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled(programme wise)
by temporary faculty:- 33%
P.G. - 50%
U.G. - 33%
13.
Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise)
P.G. - 472:2
U.G. - 362:3
Total - 834:3
14.
Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff; sanctioned
and filled:- No of academic support Staff - Sanctioned -00 ,
Filled - 00
IIIrd Grade
- Sanctioned - 00 , Filled - 00
4th Grade
- Sanctioned - 00 , Filled - 00
15.
Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil / PG.:- Ph.D.
16.
Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) National b) International funding
agencies and grants received:- None
17.
Departmental projects funded by DST - FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and total
grants received :- None
18.
Research Centre /facility recognized by the University:- None
19.
Publications: List of publications of Dr. Nandan Kumar:
116
Publications by Dr. Nandan Kr.
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a) Publication per faculty
Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
international) by faculty and students
Number of publications listed in International Database (For Eg: Web of
Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database -
International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)
Monographs
Chapter in Book Books Edited
Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of publishers
Citation Index
SNIP
SJR
Impact factor
h-index
20.Areas of consultancy and income generated:- None
21.Faculty as members in
a) National committees b) International Committees
c) Editorial Boards :- Yes , In Jagdam College Magazine
Editorial Board (Name of the
member:- Dr. Chiranjiv Lochan )
22.Student projects :- None
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects
including inter departmental/programme
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations
outside the institution i.e.in Research laboratories/Industry/
other agencies
23.Awards / Recognitions received by faculty and students:- None
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists / visitors to the
department :- None
25.
Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized & the source of funding
a) National :- None
b) International :- None
118
26.
Student profile programme/course wise:
Name of the
Applications
Enrolled
Pass
Selected
Course/programme
received
*M
*F
percentage
(refer question no. 4)
T.D.C Part- I (12-13)
630
119
76
43
98.3
T.D.C Part- II (12-13)
155
153
108
45
98.7
T.D.C Part- III (12-13)
95
90
72
18
94.7
M.A (Sem-1) (12-13)
750
148
93
55
95.9
M.A (Sem-1I) (13-14)
145
142
89
54
98.59
M.A (Old Course)
185
182
95
87
N.A
Final(12-13)
*M = Male
*F = Female
27. Diversity of Students
% of
% of
% of
Name of the
students
students
students
Course
from the
from other
from
same state
States
abroad
T.D.C Part- I (12-13)
12%
3%
Nil
T.D.C Part- II (12-13)
12%
3%
Nil
T.D.C Part- III (12-13)
12%
3%
Nil
M.A (Sem-1) (12-13)
14%
4%
Nil
M.A (Sem-1I) (13-14)
14%
4%
Nil
M.A (Old Course)Final
13%
2%
Nil
(12-13)
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such
as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services, etc.? :- None
119
29. Student progression
Student progression
Against % enrolled
UG to PG
98%
N.A
PG to M.Phil.
N.A
PG to Ph.D.
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
N.A
Employed
Campus selection
None
Other than campus recruitment
Data Not Available.
Entrepreneurship/Self-employment
Data Not Available.
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library :- Yes
b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students :- Yes
c) Class rooms with ICT facility :- Yes
d) Laboratories :- Not Applicable.
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,
government or other agencies 36% of total Students.
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops /
seminar) with external experts :- None
33.
Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning For this departmental
efforts comprise of organizing Departmental Seminars , Tutorials, Group
Discussion , Periodical Tests and procuring feedbacks from students as well as
teachers .
34. Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities:-
None.
35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans
120
SWOC Analysis
Strength
(I)
Support of University authorities( including Principal of the college)
who appreciate enthusiastic and innovative approach for advancement
of higher education and help the department envisaging relevant
measures.
(II)
Availability of qualified teachers who besides being very punctual are
well experienced ones. They are exceptionally careful and worried for
students progress. Teachers of the department give much time to
teaching and research activities.
(III) Careful selection of students for admission giving preference to merit.
(IV) Students who are very much disciplined and attentive to the tasks given
to them, thanks to various awareness learning and vigil-programmers
conducted by the college.
(V)
Availability of departmental library rich in books and journals.
(VI)
System of procuring feedbacks from teachers as well as students
regarding progress of study.
(VII) Availability of internet facility in the departmental itself.
(VIII) Periodical review of results obtained by its examinees.
(X)
Various kinds of programmers organized for students such as seminars,
historical exhibitions, debate competitions, and continuous approval of
progress.
Weaknesses:-
(I)
Dearth of teachers. Numbers of teachers posted in the department are
much below the ideal student - teacher ratio.
(II)
Non availability of supporting staff i.e. assistants & peons.
(III)
Insufficient class rooms. Presently rooms/ halls are not in adequate
numbers in the college and as a result it is difficult for the department
to hold even two classes simultaneously.
(IV) No opportunities (due to so many tests and chapters of study
generated by the semester system as well as syllabus) for excursion tours
for students for visiting historical sites which are very important for
better perception of history.
Opportunity
(I)
Increased attention and enhanced provision of aids from U.G.C. and
provincial education - administration toward overall betterment of
higher education.
(II)
Ever increasing numbers of aspirants of rural background for admission
into Jagdam College, Chapra which provides excellent opportunity for
spread of education of higher quality among the rural masses ..
121
Challenges
(I)
To create a better teaching - learning environment conducive to pursuit
of higher knowledge, relevant skills and experience.
(II) To cater to needs of students coming from rural ambience.
(III) To provide more useful techniques & information to students which
may help them getting jobs.
Future Plans
The department has resolved to take a number of steps in near future
for achieving higher level of excellence. Some important decisions in
this regards are as follows:-
1. To organize excursion tours for students to enable them to have
better perception of history. Provided matching grants become
available.
2. To start , with due permission , courses in archaeology and museum
logy so that (I) students may get better job opportunities and
(II) Students not selected for Honours and M.A. classes of history in
this institution may fulfill their cherished goal of being part of this
prestigious institutions that is Jagdam College, Chapra , by getting
enrolled in those courses.
3. To establish a gallery of Photo- exhibits of historical events and
artifacts especially those related with regional past.
4. To raise / procure some funds for providing prizes to studious
disciples.
122
3.Evaluative Report
Department
Of
Philosophy
123
7. Evaluative Report of the Department
The Self-evaluation of every department may be provided separately in about
3-4 pages, avoiding the repetition of the data.
1.
Name of the department :- PHILOSOPHY
2.
Year of Establishment :- UG 1954
3.
Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.) :- UG (B.A. Hons)
4.
Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments/units involved:-NO
5.
Annual/ semester/choice based credit system (programme wise) :- Annual
6.
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments
:-Yes , the Philosophical aspects of the syllabus of Humanities , (English ,
Hindi & Sanskrit ) are also covered by our department .
7.
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions,
etc.
:- NO
8.
Details of courses/programmes discontinued (if any) with reasons:-NO
9.
Number of Teaching posts
Sanctioned
Filled
Professors
-
-
Associate Professors
-
-
02
01
Asst. Professors
10.
Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization, (D.Sc./D.Litt.
/Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,)
No. of Ph.D.
No. of Years
Students
Name
Qualification
Designation
Specialization
of
guided for the
Experience
last 4 years
Dr. Vishwamitra Pandey
M.A. , D.Phil, LL.B
Asst. Professor
Social Philosophy
10 years
03
11. List of senior visiting faculty:- 1.Prof Ram Jee Singh, Ex. V.C. Bhagalpur University
2. Prof. D. N. Yadav , D.D.U. Gorkhpur
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled(programme wise)
by temporary faculty :- N/A
124
13. Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise) :- 12:1
14. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff; sanctioned
and filled:- No of academic support Staff - Sanctioned -02 ,
Filled - 01
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil / PG. :- D. Phil
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) National b) International funding
agencies and grants received :- NO
17. Departmental projects funded by DST - FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and total
grants received :- NO
18. Research Centre /facility recognized by the University :- NO
19. Publications :-
(A) Research Publication :-
S.N.
Title with Page No.
Journal
ISSN No
1
―Jati Ka Sansthatva‖ Page 98-104
Anusandhitsu
ISSN-2249-4952 Oct-11
2
―Education Philosophy of Tilak‖
Saidhantiki
ISSN -0974-8504 July-Sep.
Page 229-231
2012
3
―A Requisite for Human Life‖
Articles to be
published soon
(B) Books (Books reviews/written etc.)
S.N.
Title of Books
Publisher / ISBN No.
Total Page No.
1
―Socialist Thoughts of M.Gandhi,
Nirmal Publication
R.M. Lohia and pt. D.D.
ISBN 978-81-86400-227-3
258
Upadhyaya‖ ,
(Total Chapter -8)
2
―A Survey of Indian Philisophy‖
Globus Press, ISBN 978-93-
272
82074-57-1
(Total Chapter -5)
3
―Philisophy of Science and Religion‖
Globus Press, ISBN 978-93-
264
82074-58-8
(Total Chapter -7)
a) Publication per faculty :- 05
Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
international) by faculty and students :- By Faculty :- 05 Paper Published
Number of publications listed in International Database (For Eg: Web of
Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database -
International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.) :-Mentioned as
above in Col. No. 19B
Monographs
Chapter in Book Books Edited
Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of publishers
125
Citation Index
SNIP
SJR
Impact factor
h-index
20.Areas of consultancy and income generated :- NO
21.Faculty as members in
a) National committees b) International Committees c) Editorial
Boards…. :-
S.N.
Life Member of
Member No.
1
''Uttar Bharat Darshan Parishad.''
449 /1998
2
''The Indian Philosophical Congress.''
119 /2009
3
''All India Philosophy Association''
1194 /17305 /211/ 1956 /2010
4
''Shodh Sanchayan''
1147/ 2011
5
An Eminent Educationist Kendriya Vidyalaya ,
Chapra
6
Editor Udbhav 2002 , A Journal Rajiv Gandhi
P.G. College, Jamunipur , kotwa, Allahabad
22.Student projects
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects
including inter departmental/programme
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations
outside the institution i.e.in Research laboratories/Industry/
other agencies
:- NO
23.Awards / Recognitions received by faculty and students :- NO
24. List of eminent academicians and scientists / visitors to the department
1.Prof Ram Jee Singh, Ex. V.C. Bhagalpur University
2. Prof. D. N. Yadav , D.D.U. Gorkhpur
3. Prof. D.N. Dwivedi, Allahabad University
126
25. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized & the source of funding : -
No
a) National
b) International
26. Student profile programme/course wise:
Name of the
Applications
Enrolled
Pass
Selected
Course/programme
received
*M
*F
percentage
(refer question no. 4)
B.A. 2008-09
20
17
12
5
100 %
B.A. 2009-10
07
05
2
3
100 %
B.A. 2010-11
05
02
1
1
100 %
B.A. 2011-12
02
02
2
--
100 %
B.A. 2012-13
03
03
3
--
*M = Male
*F = Female
27. Diversity of Students
% of
% of students
% of
Name of the
students
from other
students
Course
from the
States
from
same state
abroad
B.A. 2008-09
100%
NIL
NIL
B.A. 2009-10
100%
NIL
NIL
B.A. 2010-11
100%
NIL
NIL
B.A. 2011-12
100%
NIL
NIL
B.A. 2012-13
100%
NIL
NIL
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such
as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services, etc.?
127
29. Student progression
Student progression
Against % enrolled
UG to PG
70%
NIL
PG to M.Phil.
60%
PG to Ph.D.
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
NIL
Employed
5%
Campus selection
Other than campus recruitment
70%
25%
Entrepreneurship/Self-employment
30.
Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library :- YES
b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students :- YES
c) Class rooms with ICT facility :- YES
d) Laboratories :- N/A
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 :- YES
33.
Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning:-Yes , by organizing
departmental , seminar , Tutorials, Group Discussion.
34.
Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities
:- Dr. Vishwa Mitra Pandey :- NCC ANO
35.
SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans
:- To start Yoga Philosophy.
:- To increase the number of Computer , Printer and Internet.
:- To establish PG Classes and departmental seminar and libraries.
128
3.Evaluative Report
Department
Of
English
129
3.Evaluative Report of the English Department
The Self-evaluation of every department may be provided separately in about
3-4 pages, avoiding the repetition of the data.
1.
Name of the department : ENGLISH
2.
Year of Establishment : U.G. 1954, P.G. 2012
3.
Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.) : U.G. & P.G.
4.
Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments/units involved: N.A.
5.
Annual/ semester/choice based credit system (programme wise) : Annual
system in U.G. and Semester System in P.G. Courses.
6.
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments : N.A.
7.
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions,
etc.
: N.A.
8.
Details of courses/programmes discontinued (if any) with reasons : N.A.
9.
Number of Teaching posts
Sanctioned
Filled
Professors
Associate Professors
02
Asst. Professors
07
02
10.
Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization, (D.Sc./D.Litt.
/Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,)
Name
Qualification
No. of Ph.D.
No. of Years
Students
Designation
Specialization
of
guided for the
Experience
last 4 years
Dr.CHANDRA BHOOShAN
M.A. , Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Criticism
36 years
PRASAD
Dr. AMAR NATH PRASAD
M.A. , Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Indian writing in English
17 years
04 Produced,
03 doing
Dr. SOMNATH JHA
M.A. , Ph.D.
Asst. Professor
American Literature
17 years
01 Submitted,
03 doing
Dr. RAVINDRA PRASAD
M.A. , Ph.D.
Asst. Professor
British Novel
10 years
02 Produced,
SINGH
01 Submitted,
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11. List of senior visiting faculty
:
(1) Dr. Pratap Narayn Singh,
(2) Dr. S.M.R. Azam.
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled(programme wise)
by temporary faculty : N.A.
13. Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise) : 74 : 3
14. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff; sanctioned
and filled : ONE
15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil / PG. : All faculty
members are Ph.D. degree holders.
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) National b) International funding
agencies and grants received : N.A.
17. Departmental projects funded by DST - FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and total
grants received : N.A.
18. Research Centre /facility recognized by the University : N.A.
19. Publications:
131
Publications by Dr. C . B. Pd
I.
The Still Point : ―Eliot‘s Influence on Two Indo Anglian
Novels ― , a research article published by Thamar
University Journal 2009
Publications by Dr. A. N. Prasad
Authored Books
I.
Critical Essays: Indian Writing in English, Sarup & Sons Publishers,
New Delhi, 2003, ISBN- 817625-334
II.
Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things: A Critical Appraisal
,
Sarup & Sons Pub., New Delhi, 2004, PP. 278, ISBN- 81-7625-522.
III.
British and Indian English Literature: A Critical Study, Sarup & Sons
Pub, New Delhi, 2007, ISBN- 81-7625-792-3
IV.
Vijay Tendulkar’s Ghashiram Kotwal: A Critical Study, Prakash Book
Depot, Bareilly, 2008, ISBN-978-81-7977-260-7
V.
Indian Poetry in English: A Critical Appraisal, Prakash Book Depot,
Bareilly, 2009, ISBN- 978-81-7977-328-4
VI.
Four Indian Playwrights: A Critical Assessment, Sarup Book Pub.
Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 2013, ISBN-978-81-7625
Publications by Dr. S.N. Jha
I.
Three Research papers accepted for publication in a journal (Explorer)
II.
One authored book under publication from Nirmal Publication, New
Delhi.
a) Publication per faculty :
Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
international) by faculty and students
Number of publications listed in International Database (For Eg: Web of
Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database -
International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)
132
Monographs
Chapter in Book Books Edited
Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of publishers
Citation Index
SNIP
SJR
Impact factor
h-index
20.Areas of consultancy and income generated : N.A.
21.Faculty as members in
a) National committees b) International Committees c) Editorial
Boards…. Dr. Amarnath Prasad in the Editorial Board of
1.Sloka 2. University convocation magazine, 3. University
magazine Eklavya.
22.Student projects
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects
including inter departmental/programme
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations
outside the institution i.e.in Research laboratories/Industry/
other agencies
23.Awards / Recognitions received by faculty and students
24.List of eminent academicians and scientists / visitors to the department
25.Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized & the source of funding
a) National
b) International
133
26. Student profile programme/course wise:
Name of the
Applications
Enrolled
Pass
Selected
Course/programme
received
*M
*F
percentage
(refer question no. 4)
TDC Part I 2008
85
79
56
23
92 %
TDC Part II 2009
75
69
50
19
93 %
TDC Part III 2009
79
79
56
23
92 %
TDC Part I 2010
59
57
45
12
95 %
TDC Part II 2010
69
69
50
19
96 %
TDC Part III 2010
79
79
56
23
94 %
TDC Part I 2011
47
46
36
10
93 %
TDC Part II 2011
57
57
45
12
94 %
TDC Part III 2011
69
69
50
19
95 %
TDC Part I 2012
52
51
36
15
96 %
TDC Part II 2012
46
46
36
10
95 %
TDC Part III
57
57
45
12
94 %
P.G. SEM I
70
69
37
32
96 %
*M = Male
*F = Female
27. Diversity of Students
% of
% of students
% of
Name of the
students
from other
students
Course
from the
States
from
same state
abroad
TDC Part I
100 %
NIL
NIL
TDC Part II
100 %
NIL
NIL
TDC Part III
100 %
NIL
NIL
P.G. SEM I
100 %
NIL
NIL
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such
as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services, etc.? N.A.
134
29. Student progression
Student progression
Against % enrolled
UG to PG
90 %
N.A.
PG to M.Phil.
N.A.
PG to Ph.D.
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
N.A.
Employed
N.A.
Campus selection
Other than campus recruitment
N.A.
Entrepreneurship/Self-employment
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library : YES
b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students : YES
c) Class rooms with ICT facility : YES
d) Laboratories : N/A
31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,
government or other agencies. : Some students receive financial assistance from
College and government.
32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops /
seminar) with external experts : YES
33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning : Group discussion,
Special Classes, Tutorial Classes
34.
Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities
:
YES
35. SWOC analysis of the department and Future plans :
135
SWOC (Dept. of English)
1.
Strength- Our P.G. Dept. of English has four teachers of English who are
highly qualified having Ph.D. degrees with long experiences of teaching in
India and abroad. The teachers have to their credit several research articles
published in different books and journals. They have also participated and
presented their papers in several National and International seminars and
conferences. Students and research scholars are also fully devoted to study
and preparing for higher competitions.
2.
Weakness- There is a lack of modern infra-structure.
3.
Opportunity- Inspite of some weaknesses, our faculty has a number of
opportunities opened for students. The students are very diligent,
hardworking and punctual. They have the potential to upgrade their ability
in order to achieve their goal of life.
4.
Challenges- Most of the students of this department hail from the different
corners of the village where they have to bear the brunt of poverty and other
natural, social and financial hindrances. Inspite of all these disincentives of
life, they have taken the work of study as a great challenge.
Future plans
1. We are going to establish Language Lab.
2. The Department will bring out a research journal of English literature.
136
3.Evaluative Report
Departments
Of
Psychology
137
3. Evaluative Report of the Department
The Self-evaluation of every department may be provided separately in about
3-4 pages, avoiding the repetition of the data.
1.
Name of the department : PSYCHOLOGY
2.
Year of Establishment : 1954
3.
Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.) :- U.G. and P.G.
4.
Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments/units involved :-NO
5.
Annual/ semester/choice based credit system (programme wise) :-NO
6.
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments
:-NO
7.
Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions,
etc.
:-NO
8.
Details of courses/programmes discontinued (if any) with reasons :-NO
9.
Number of Teaching posts
Sanctioned
Filled
Professors
Associate Professors
01
Asst. Professors
08
01
02 Adhoc Teacher
10.
Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization, (D.Sc./D.Litt.
/Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,)
No. of Ph.D.
No. of Years
Students
Name
Qualification
Designation
Specialization
of
guided for the
Experience
last 4 years
Dr. BIJAY PRATAP KUMAR
M.A.
Associate Professor
Industrial & Educational
35 years
06
Dr. JAGO CHOUDHARY
M.A. , Ph.D.
Asst. Professor
Industrial Psy.
10 years
05
Dr. DHANANJAY KR.
M.A. , Ph.D.
Asst. Professor
Industrial Psy & Clinical
7 Years
00
SINGH
Research
Dr. PARESH KR.
M.A. , Ph.D.
Asst. Professor
Industrial Psy & Clinical
5 Years
00
Research
138
11. List of senior visiting faculty:- None
12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled(programme wise)
by temporary faculty :- 43%
13. Student -Teacher Ratio (programme wise)
14. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff; sanctioned
and filled : Sanction Teacher post- 08, filled-02
Sanction Assistance post- 03, filled-01
15.
Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt/ Ph.D/ MPhil / PG.
:- M.A. =1Teacher , M.A. , Ph.D. :- 3 Teacher
16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) National b) International funding
agencies and grants received :- No
17. Departmental projects funded by DST - FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and total
grants received :- No
18. Research Centre /facility recognized by the University:- No
19. Publications:
Publication by Dr. J. Choudhary
1.Behavioural Research
Title of Article
eview
Effect of socio-economic status
ISSN-0975-7198
Reading Ability of children
2010) 12-14
2. Perspectives in
Cognitive as function of personality
Psychological Researches
Correlates. 33(2010) 53-56
ISSN 0971-1562
3.Social Research Journal
A study of academic achievement
ISSN 0975-0274
and adjustment in relation to locus
Of control.3(2010) 43-48
4. Matadarsh
Effect of family discipline on Self -concept.
ISSN 0974-9888
3(2011) 177-179
5. 5. Research journal of Arts,
A study of mother-Daughter Conflicts as
management & social sciences
Perceived adolescents.
ISSN 0975-4083
4 (2011) 200-205
6. Behavioural Research Review
Yoga as a framework of psychological
ISSN 0975-7198
Research
3(2011) 35-38
139
7.Research Journal of
Social Environment and Feeling of
Humanities and Social Science
Crowding, 1(2011) 47-49
8.Research Journal of arts,
Indiscipline in Examination Among the
Management & Social Sciences
University Students
ISSN 0975-4083
5(2011) 504-506
9.Matadarsh
Intellectual and Social Factors as
ISSN 0974-9888
Disciplined Indisci;oned Behaviour of
Science and Arts college Youth
3(2011)248-253
10.Social Research Journal
Cognitive style, Anxiety and Conservatism
PAST, PRESENT & FUTURE
Among Mentally Retarded Children.
ISSN 0975-0274
4(2011) 187-190
11.ANVESHIKA
A Study on Mental Health Of Post
ISSN 2231-0251
Graduated Students.
2(2012) 45-47
12.Behavioural Research
Creative Abilities of the Govt. And the
Review
Private School Students
ISSN 0975-7198
4(2012)120-122, march, 2012
13.Research Journal of Social
Relationship of achievement Motivation
And Life Sciences
and Academic Performance of Rural and
ISSN 0973-3914
Urban High School Students
12(2012)224-227, June, 2012
14.Research Journal of Arts,
Effectiveness of A Paradigm of
Management & Social Sciences
Programmed Teaching
ISSN 0975-4083
7(2012)289-292 , September, 2012
15.Research Journal of Social
Level of Aspiration of Science and Arts
And Life Sciences
College Students in Relation to
ISSN 0973-3914
Neuroticism and Extraversion
13(2012)39-42, December, 2012
16.Research Journal of social
Adjustment patterns of scheduled caste
And Life sciences
and scheduled tribe college
ISS 0973-3914
Students June, 2013.
140
17. Research journal of Arts,
Psychoticism, Reinforcement and vigilance,
management & social sciences
June, 2013.
ISSN 0975-4083
18.Behavioural Research Review
A study of short-term and Long-term
ISSN 0975-7198
memory of social learning
19. Indian social and psychological
Relation between Mental health and Job.
studies vol. 06 ISSN 0974-634X
March, 2013
20. Behaviorometric, Vol. 13
Cognitive style and Intelligence as Factors
Of Adjustment, 13(1996) 6-8
21.Magadh Journal of Social Research
EFFECT OF SECTIONAL AFFILIATION ON THE
Vol. III
GROWTH OF SOME PERSONALITY
COMPONENTS, 3(1997) 49-53
Publication by Dr. Dhananjay Kr.Singh
“AN INVESTIGATION IN TO EFFECT OF FATALISM ON ADJUSTMENT TO HINDU AND
MUSLIIM COLLEGE STUDENT”
(1)
Anusandhan
June 2008 vol X No -15
Vol. XI 15.16 June 2008
(2) 100 Indian Science Congrees 03 To 07 Kolkata.
(3) Saidhantiki
January - March Year 7
2014
(4) Matadarsh.
January - March
185 To 188
2014.
(5) Issues Published in journal namely”Anushandhan”
(i)
Vol.IX No. 14,125 - 129 Dec. 2007
(ii) Vol. X No. 15,41 - 45 June 2008
141
Publication by Dr. Paresh Kr.
(i)
eukfoKku dk bfrgkl
a) Publication per faculty
1.Dr. J.Choudhary :-20
2. Dr. D.K.Singh
:- 05
3. Dr. Paresh Kr.
:- 01
Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
international) by faculty and students
Number of publications listed in International Database (For Eg: Web of
Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database -
International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)
Monographs
Chapter in Book Books Edited
Books with ISBN/ISSN numbers with details of publishers
Citation Index
SNIP
SJR
Impact factor
h-index
20.Areas of consultancy and income generated:- None
21.Faculty as members in :- None
a) National committees b) International Committees c) Editorial
Boards….
22.Student projects :- None
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects
including inter departmental/programme
b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations
outside the institution i.e.in Research laboratories/Industry/
other agencies
23.Awards / Recognitions received by faculty and students:- None
24.List of eminent academicians and scientists / visitors to the department
142
25.Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized & the source of funding
a) National : 15
b) International
26. Student profile programme/course wise:
Name of the
Applications
Enrolled
Pass
Selected
Course/programme
received
*M
*F
percentage
(refer question no. 4)
U.G. 2009 -2010
408
136
57
79
96%
U.G. 2010 -2011
280
95
41
54
96%
U.G. 2011 -2012
541
147
52
95
95%
U.G. 2012 -2013
375
105
34
71
93%
P.G. 2009- 2010
600
192
49
143
99%
P.G. 2010- 2011
450
148
42
106
99%
P.G. 2011- 2012
400
131
44
87
93%
P.G. 2012- 2013
500
155
45
110
96%
*M = Male
*F = Female
27. Diversity of Students
% of
% of students
% of
Name of the
students
from other
students
Course
from the
States
from
same state
abroad
U.G.
100
NIL
P.G.
100
NIL
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such
as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services, etc.? :- None
143
29. Student progression
Student progression
Against % enrolled
UG to PG
60%
NIL
PG to M.Phil.
NIL
PG to Ph.D.
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
NIL
Employed
Campus selection
NIL
Other than campus recruitment
NIL
68%
Entrepreneurship/Self-employment
30. Details of Infrastructural facilities
a) Library :- YES
b) Internet facilities for Staff & Students :- YES
c) Class rooms with ICT facility :- YES
d) Laboratories :- YES
31. Number of students rec