ANNUAL QUALITY ASSURANCE REPORT (AQAR)
2011 -12

Name of the College: Govt Degree College, Palamaner
Year of Report          : 2011-2012

Section A:
To present the students a quality based education in all perspectives is chief aim of the college.
To enrich the skill among the students is also anticipated.
The institution aims to achieve the pass percentage to not less than 60%.
To organize one blood donation camp by the students to provide community services.

Section B: Details in respect of the following.

 

Sl.No
Activities
Details of Activities
1 Activities reflecting the goals and objectives of College.

 The students are given an all round development during their stay in the college.

2 New academic programmes initiated (UG AND PG). NIL
3 Innovations in curricular design and transaction NIL
4 Inter-Disciplinary programmes started.

Department of English conducted one day training in Communication Skills to all the students of the institution.

5 Examination reforms implemented.

NIL

6 Candidates qualified: NET/SLET/GATE etc.

Hydervali (Alumni) got selected in UGC – NET in 2011.

7 Initiative towards faculty development programme.

The teaching staff of the college is encouraged to   attend the orientation and refresher courses conducted by the Universities.

8 Total number of seminars/workshops conducted. 04 by every department and the same is registered in the Departmental activities register
9 Research Projects a) Ongoing; b)Completed 01 by Dr.R.Rajendra Reddy, Dept of Commerce (ongoing) Title: Cooperative Dairing Vs Private Milk Dairies. Amount Sanctioned:130000/-
10 Patents generated, if any The Department of Commerce is maintaining links with different industries.
11 New Collaborative research programmes NIL
12 Research grants received from various agencies

Rs.130000/- from UGC for Minor Research Project to Dr.R.Rajendra Reddy, Dept. of Commerce.

13 Details of research scholars

Dr.R.Rajendra Reddy, Dept. of Commerce has been guiding 8 candidates for their Ph.D and one of them submitted. & 06 candidates are doing M. Phil and four of them submitted to the University. (SVU,Tpt & DU. Kuppam)

Dr. A . Mohiddeen Basha guiding 2 M. Phil researchers. (SVU,Tpt)
14 Citation index of faculty members and impact factor NIL
15 Honors/Awards to the faculty: National and International. NIL
16 Internal resources generated

The restructured fee is collected and utilized.

17 Details of departments getting assistance/recognition under SAP, COSIST(ASSIST)/DST,FIST, and other programmes NIL
18 Community services

Plantation is done in and around the college.
 Blood donation camp is conducted in the college.

19 Teachers and officers newly recruited 02 Lecturers came to college on transfer and 06 Lecturers got recruited through APPSC
20 Teaching – Non-teaching staff ratio

15:3

21 Improvements in the library services

New books have been bought to enrich the library resources.

22 New books/journals subscribed and their value

Number of Books:475
Amount sanctioned:133521/-

23

Courses in which student assessment of teachers is introduced and the action taken on student feedback

All the students of the college have been supplied with student feedback forms. The information is analyzed and the teachers are advised to use novel methods of teaching.
24 Feedback from stakeholders Nil
25 Unit cost of education Rs.19500/-
26 Computerization of administration and the process of admissions and examination results, issue of certificates

All the correspondence with CCE, Hyd is done through online only..

27 Increase in the infrastructural facilities

Nil

28 Technology upgradation

One lap topis purchased for conducting MRP of Dr R.Rajendra reddy, Dept of Commerce.

29 Computer and internet access and training to teachers, non-teaching staff and students 02 teachers received training on computer and internet access by the institution
30 Financial aid to students

762 students received scholarships from the state government.
SC- 185
ST – 14
BC – 478

EBC - 85
31 Activities and support from the Alumni Association

The association helped by motivating the students to join the college. rce.

32 Activities and Support from the Parent-Teachers Association NIL
33 Health services NIL
34 Performance in sports activities The students of the college represented the team of SV University, Tirupati.
35 Incentives to outstanding sportspersons NIL
36 Student achievements and awards NIL
37 Activities of the Guidance and Counseling unit

The students are motivated to attend JKC the skill development  programme.

38 Placement services provided to students 04 Students got selected to various institutions and industries.
39 Development programmes for non-teaching staff non-teaching staff NIL
40 Good practices of the institution

The employability skills are taught to the students through JKC

41

Linkages developed with national/international,academic/research bodies

NIL
42 Action taken report on the AQAR of the previous year

All the plans of the previous year are chalked out and are implemented during this academic year.

43 Any other relavant information the institution wishes to add _------_

Section C :Outcomes achieved by the end of the year .

The students are motivated to go for higher education and to secure a job. Their skills regarding employability are motivated highly.

Section D : Plans  of the college for the next year.

To conduct activities that make the students self enriched in all skills of life.
To meet with the demand of the future employable market the students have to receive training.

 

 

    Name& Signature of the                                                              Name & Signature of the    
Director,  co ordinator, IQAC                                                           Chairperson, IQAC