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Self Study Report of SKSD MAHILA KALASALA UG AND PG (AUTONOMOUS)

SELF STUDY REPORT

FOR

3rd CYCLE OF ACCREDITATION

SKSD MAHILA KALASALA UG AND PG(AUTONOMOUS)

OLD TOWN, PERAVALI ROAD,534211

www.sksdmahilakalasala.com

Submitted To

NATIONAL ASSESSMENT AND ACCREDITATION COUNCIL

BANGALORE

January 2018

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1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1.1 INTRODUCTION

“Education means that process by which character is formed, strength of mind is increased and intellect issharpened, as a result of which one can stand on one’s own feet.”

-Swami Vivekananda

These eternal words by the epitome of sainthood, Swami Vivekananda sowed the seeds for the birth of SKSDMahila Kalsala UG & PG (Autonomous) under the aegis of Sri Venkata Krishna Educational Society in 1982atTanuku, WG District, Andhra Pradesh, a purely service oriented Institution.

SKSD College holds prominent position in West Godavari District among the Adikavi Nannaya Universitycolleges. Widely preferred over even East and West Godavari District colleges, girl students show eagerness tojoin in this college to realise their aspirations in life, ably guided by a dynamic Management and well-qualifiedfaculty, they learn to strive for the best.

The college as pronounced in its logo “Satyam, Sivam, Sundaram” is committed to the task of impartingholistic, value based and progressive education to its seekers.

The NAAC Steering Committee after thorough discussions with the faculty members prepared this SSR forAssessment and Accreditation.

I take this opportunity to offer my sincere thanks to my team for preparing this report and also NAACauthorities for the opportunity given to us for Assessment &Accreditation.

Vision

The institution has a well-defined vision and mission that also addresses the needs of all its stakeholders.

Vision

The vision of the college is explicitly stated in its emblem i.e. Satyam, Sivam and Sundaram.The Emblem speaks that the Endeavour of the institution is to impart truth based, value based,magnificent education that inspires the seekers of education.The spirit of the Emblem not only depicts the pursuit of truth but also a way of living to reach ultimategoal of life.

Mission

Mission

The Mission of the institution is –

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to make the students gain insight into the conceptual framework of their chosen fields and make themgain as much objective information as possible in the relevant fields.to endeavour is to mould our students with the positive spirit and lead them into the society as the justcitizens.to provide the relevant education in consistence with the changing global scenario is what we aspire for.to promote the education of the girls with the objective of creating an enlightened class of mothers whowill ensure a better amalgamation of the community with the main stream and thus help the nation inbuilding up a secular society as dreamt by the Founding Fathers of the country.

The mission statement reflects the Institution’s distinctive characteristics in relation to the changing needs ofthe society and the students. The college facilitates horizontal and also vertical mobility of the students. It is thenurturing ground for an overall development of the personality and enable the students to accommodate to thenew vibrant society in the new environs.

1.2 Strength, Weakness, Opportunity and Challenges(SWOC)

Institutional Strength

Well developed infrastructure facilities and Laboratories with ultra- modern state of the art equipmentfor high quality teaching and research.Approval under section 2 (f) and 12 (B) of UGC Act 1956.Conferment of Autonomy in the year 2015 by the UGC.Highly qualified and experienced faculty. Some of the Faculty members are pursuing Ph. D.Endowed with state-of-the-art infrastructure, Enriched Library with Reference books, Text books,Journals, e-journals and Periodicals and ICT enabled teaching/learning facilities.Effective placement and training cell to coordinate with placement agencies and companies and withgovernment sponsored JKC training.Best facilities for conducting sports and games and cultural activities.Transparent and participative management system of operation and harmonious and cooperative workculture.Strong student-support services with effective mentor-mentee system.Good number of value added programmes conducted imparting necessary skills required foremployability.The Institutions collects feedback periodically from all its peers to review and redesign its strategies inacademics and administration.Transparent admission and evaluation policy leading to good academic performance of the students inboth UG and PG programs.NSS, NCC, co-curricular activities and extracurricular activities make students vibrant, confident andenergetic.

Institutional Weakness

Need to strengthen research and consultancy culture.Limited academic linkages with University and neighbouring Institutions and industries for teachingand research.Teaching faculty to increase evidence of academic activities and should undertake research, consultancy

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and publications.Faculty need to attend more number of Faculty development programs and Seminars / Conferences toupdate their knowledge in the subject.

Institutional Opportunity

Scope for inter institutional and industry interaction and linkages result in enhanced opportunities inevolving mutually enriching practices in teaching and research.To strengthen research out-put by taking up major and minor research projects and research guidance.To provide consultancy services in collaboration with government and non-government agencies.To carry out more need based social and community activities / services in the nearby areas.Opportunity to involve more number of stakeholders for the growth and development of the institution.

Institutional Challenge

To motivate teachers towards excellence in research and consultancy.To recruit and retain best teaching faculty.Prepare both students and faculty to cope up with the changing educational scenario and emergingtechnology in teaching and research. Establishing alliance with institutes of repute in academic and research activities as the institute islocated in a remote locality.

1.3 CRITERIA WISE SUMMARY

Curricular Aspects

Adikavi Nannaya University provides common core syllabus to all the affiliated Institutions. As an autonomousInstitution a maximum deviation of 20% is possible from the common core syllabus. The institute followsglobal trends in teaching – learning, addresses employability, innovation and provides additional skill-orientedprogrammes relevant to regional needs and takes initiatives in behavioural & social modifications, humanvalues, environmental concerns etc. Choice Based Credit System is followed in all programs which facilitatesthe students’ flexibility in choosing the elective subjects and activities of their interest.

The institute regularly conducts various orientation programmes which help the faculty in knowledgeenhancement and up-gradation. Beside this, institute also takes the initiative towards the overall personalitydevelopment, addressing physical, mental, emotional and spiritual wellbeing of the student by organizing yogaand annual cultural and sports events.

The institute has Board of Studies and Academic Council as per the guidelines of the UGC and meet regularlyto review the curriculum design and development and offer suggestions for modification wherever necessarykeeping in view the vision and mission and core values of the SKSD.

92 value added and skill development programmes were conducted during the period 2012-17 which help thestudents in upgrading their skills, prepare to face challenges in the job market. Mandatory Foundation courses,Communication Skills, Career Oriented Programmes, preparation of Question Banks, Language Laboratory,

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Introduction of a number of Value Added programmes and Life Skill Programmes are some of the BestPractices under curricular aspects.

Teaching-learning and Evaluation

The admissions are made strictly according to the policy of the Government for all the courses. Admissions forUG courses are made on merit basis and the rule of reservations are strictly followed. An AdmissionCommittee takes care of the admissions. For PG Courses, admissions are made through a centralized admissionprocess based on the common entrance examination conducted by Affiliating University.

The institution organizes induction program for the newly admitted students by introducing Institution, facultyand discusses about curriculum, evaluation, academic calendar, Anti-ragging policy, women’s rights,professional ethics, national integration etc. The institution identifies differential requirements of the studentsand responds to the requirements. Learning in this institute is made student-centric. Apart from class roominteraction, learning methods include presentation of papers by students in the classroom seminars, groupdiscussions, discussion on Current issues, computer aided lessons, remedial and tutorial methods.

The teaching-learning and evaluation schedules are planned well in advance and followed scrupulously. It has astructured mechanism for its teaching learning process, and provides course objectives, outlines and schedulesat the commencement of the each academic session. Various steps are taken by the institute to transition fromconventional classroom into an e-learning environment.

The evaluation system is based strictly as per the “Statutory Bodies” Guidelines. The whole examinationprocess is fully transparent and secure and the results are declared within one month of the conclusion of theexamination. The institution regularly plans and facilitates its faculty to meet the changing requirements of thecurriculum by conducting conferences/FDP/convention/workshops.

Research, Innovations and Extension

The institute believes that Teaching & Research is an integral part and has a symbiotic relationship. It has aproactive system to promote research activities by inculcating research culture and scientific temperament in itsfaculty and post graduate students. A Research Committee is in place for accepting proposals of research andmonitors, co-ordinates and facilitates research activities. Faculty are provided free access to institutional onlinedata base through which faculty can freely assess many National and International journals. Institute alsopromotes multidisciplinary/ interdisciplinary research within the institution. Faculty and students areencouraged to participate in carrying out various society outreach programmes, and empower theunderprivileged and the most vulnerable sections of society. The institute promotes Institution-neighbourhoodnetwork by taking initiative directly and/or through local panchayats, Resident Welfare Associations,responding to the local health needs and demands of the community.

C.V. Raman Research Laboratory is established during the period 2014-16. An amount of Rs.2,10,000,/- wasspent and purchased state of the art research equipment to carry out research. Library is augmented withresearch journals and e-journals. Two faculty members Dr. M. Sridevi, Dr. K. Venkata Reddy were awardedPh. D and 02 faculty members Sri. K. Rama Krishna, Smt. G. Kusuma Kumari were awarded M. Phil duringthe last five years. 03 of our faculty members are pursuing part-time research work for their Ph. D degree indifferent Universities. Four minor research projects were completed during the last five years.

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Infrastructure and Learning Resources

The Institution sprawls across nearly 45,500 sq.mts of build up area nestled around 8 acres of land. Thebuildings are both aesthetic and modern with excellent and well designed lecture halls with convenient seatingarrangement and audio visual facilities. The institute has sufficient infrastructure facilities to cater to the needsof all its stakeholders.

The Institute has excellent laboratories in all the science departments, well designed lecture halls with audiovisual facilities. The campus also houses facilities like Generator, Auditorium with 3000 capacity, Gym, PlayGrounds for indoor and outdoor games, Hostels, Canteen, etc. All the departments are equipped with internet,fully furnished laboratories with required machinery & materials, library with e-resources etc. The institute hasfully equipped, functional Central Library with a seating capacity of more than 100. It is also equipped with e-learning resource material and ICT facility. The institute have also subscribed for INFLIBNET. Continuousmonitoring and up-dating of library is done by Institutional Library Committee. The institution has acomprehensive IT mechanism. A total number of more than 40 computer systems with configurations rangingfrom Celeron 1.70 GHZ to Pentium 4 CPU 2.5 GHZ are installed, with an internet facility of 10 mbps. Theinstitute also stress on electricity conservation and green computing. The maintenance of the infrastructuralfacilities is carried out through well-established maintenance systems and procedures. The institution iscontinuously trying to upgrade the infra-structure to meet the emerging trends in education. The whole campusis wi-fi enabled.

Student Support and Progression

The Institute has a well-established and functional system for student support and mentoring (personal,academic and career counselling) i.e. Mentor-Mentee Program. Institutional Grievance Cell, Anti-RaggingCommittee, Student Union Committee, Athletic Association Hostel and Mess Committee, which are constantlymonitored, and timely redressal of student grievances is available. The institute organizes personalenhancement and development programmes such as career guidance and counselling, soft skills development,career-path identification, and orientation to well-being for its students. Orientation programmes organized forfreshers include soft skills, communication skills, English language, Human values etc. Information/guidanceregarding various examinations is made available to the students at Placement and Counselling Cell. Institutealso provides additional academic support, balanced diet, incentives, sports uniform and materials for thestudents participating in various extra-curricular activities. Institution also ensures participation of students invarious intra-and inter-institutional extra-curricular activities. The institute has a registered Alumni Association,regular meets are conducted and feedback is obtained from its members.

Two degree students got Prathibha Awards of government of Andhra Pradesh in 2015-16; and four degreestudents got District Pratibha Awards in October 2017. 17 Endowment Scholarships are instituted by donorswith merit prizes to the tune of Rs. 57,500/- is disbursed annually. Alumni and Five other Non-Governmentalorganizations were disbursed merit scholarships to the tune of Rs. 7,17,510 for the last five years. During thelast five years 300 students were participated in sports and games conducted at University, Inter University &Intra University level competitions and 130 students in cultural events.

Governance, Leadership and Management

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The institute has a well-defined vision and mission that addresses the needs of all its stakeholders. TheInstitution has a well-defined organizational structure in administration and academic decision-making process.The Board of Management headed by Secretary and Correspondent and Board of Studies headed by thePrincipal are the highest policy-making bodies of the Institution. It has a strong internal organizational structureand an effective decision making process. Information regarding the institution are available on the Institutionwebsite www.sksdmahilakalasala.com which is updated regularly. Steps have been taken by the institute todevelop e-governance and also promote a culture of participative management. The institution is always keen inpromoting the excellence in curricular and extracurricular activities. It also inculcates sound value systemamong its students. Audits are regularly conducted to monitor institutional activities which are regularlyreviewed. A systematic and robust mechanism is in place to document, compile, analyze and redress thefeedback mechanism. Significant efforts have been made by the institute to enhance the professionaldevelopment of teaching and non-teaching staff. Faculty members are motivated and are given variousincentives to attend conferences, workshops, FDPs. Various welfare schemes are made available for the staffi.e. transport facility, Provident Fund, Marriage Leave, maternity leave, financial support etc. Regular academicand administrative audits are conducted by the IQAC to ensure quality in all the programmes. These audits areconducted at departmental as well as institutional level. The institution ensures that grievances are promptlyattended to and resolved effectively for better stakeholder-relationship.

Institutional Values and Best Practices

The institute has taken various initiatives to keep campus green and eco-friendly. These include energyconservation, water harvesting, bio-hazard or waste management, plantation of trees, laying of lawns as well ase-waste management etc. To ensure energy conservation and eco-friendly campus 50 KW powered Solar PanelSystem is established in the Institution. The institute conducts regular green audits.

The institute has also made innovations in examination pattern, teaching learning & evaluation process,learning resources, governance, leadership and management. The students actively participates in formulatingthe strategies as they are included in the Institution council and due weightage is given to their suggestions.Compulsory attendance in the morning prayers, Organising Seminars, promoting new approaches to studies,workshops to sharpen the analytical skills of students and introduction of Yoga, and Meditation into PhysicalEducation are some of the innovations introduced.

Institution organizes appropriate activities to increase consciousness about national identities and symbols.Fundamental duties and Rights of Indian Citizens and other constitutional obligations and also organizesnational festivals and birth and death anniversaries of the great Indian personalities.

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2. PROFILE

2.1 BASIC INFORMATION

Name and Address of the College

Name SKSD MAHILA KALASALA UG AND PG(AUTONOMOUS)

Address OLD TOWN, PERAVALI ROAD,

City TANUKU

State Andhra Pradesh

Pin 534211

Website www.sksdmahilakalasala.com

Contacts for Communication

Designation Name Telephone withSTD Code

Mobile Fax Email

Principal PANCHUMARTHIARUNA

08819-222154 9848187600 08819-229984

[email protected]

IQACCoordinator

B. NAGA PADMAVATHY

08819-226946 8008223472 08819-297599

[email protected]

Status of the Institution

Institution Status Private , Grant-in-aid and Self Financing

Type of Institution

By Gender For Women

By Shift Regular Day

Recognized Minority institution

If it is a recognized minroity institution No

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Establishment Details

Date of Establishment, Prior to the Grant of'Autonomy'

01-01-1982

Date of grant of 'Autonomy' to the College by UGC 29-04-2015

University to which the college is affiliated

State University name Document

Andhra Pradesh Adikavi Nannaya University View Document

Details of UGC recognition

Under Section Date View Document

2f of UGC 20-07-1990 View Document

12B of UGC 20-07-1990 View Document

Details of recognition/approval by stationary/regulatory bodies likeAICTE,NCTE,MCI,DCI,PCI,RCI etc(other than UGC)

StatutoryRegulatoryAuthority

Recognition/Approval details Institution/Department programme

Day,Month and year(dd-mm-yyyy)

Validity inmonths

Remarks

No contents

Recognitions

Is the College recognized by UGC as a Collegewith Potential for Excellence(CPE)?

No

Is the College recognized for its performance byany other governmental agency?

No

Location and Area of Campus

Campus Type Address Location* Campus Areain Acres

Built up Area insq.mts.

Main campusarea

OLD TOWN, PERAVALIROAD,

Urban 8 45590

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2.2 ACADEMIC INFORMATION

Details of Programmes Offered by the College (Give Data for Current Academic year)

ProgrammeLevel

Name of Programme/Course

Duration inMonths

EntryQualification

Medium ofInstruction

SanctionedStrength

No.ofStudentsAdmitted

UG BA,History 36 Intermediate Telugu 60 52

UG BA,Economics

36 Intermediate Telugu 60 52

UG BA,PoliticalScience

36 Intermediate Telugu 60 52

UG BCom,Commerce

36 Intermediate Telugu 72 72

UG BCom,Computer Science

36 Intermediate English 140 140

UG BSc,Computer Science

36 Intermediate English 120 120

UG BSc,Mathematics

36 Intermediate English +Telugu

100 67

UG BSc,Physics 36 Intermediate English +Telugu

100 67

UG BSc,Chemistry

36 Intermediate English +Telugu

100 67

UG BSc,Botany 36 Intermediate Telugu 55 55

UG BSc,Zoology 36 Intermediate Telugu 55 55

UG BSc,Statistics

36 Intermediate English 107 107

UG BSc,Biochemistry

36 Imtermediate English 50 18

UG BSc,Microbiology

36 Intermediate English 50 19

PG MSc,Microbiology

24 BSc LifeScience

English 36 23

PG MSc,OrganicChemistry

24 BScChemistry

English 36 36

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PG Diplomarecognisedby statutoryauthorityincludinguniversity

PG Diploma,PhysicalEducation

12 Any Degree English 15 11

Position Details of Faculty & Staff in the College

Teaching Faculty

Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor

Male Female Others Total Male Female Others Total Male Female Others Total

Sanctioned by theUGC /UniversityStateGovernment

0 6 0

Recruited 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 6 0 0 0 0

Yet to Recruit 0 0 0

Sanctioned by theManagement/Society or OtherAuthorizedBodies

0 0 56

Recruited 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 38 0 56

Yet to Recruit 0 0 0

Non-Teaching Staff

Male Female Others Total

Sanctioned by theUGC /University StateGovernment

10

Recruited 6 4 0 10

Yet to Recruit 0

Sanctioned by theManagement/Societyor Other AuthorizedBodies

10

Recruited 9 1 0 10

Yet to Recruit 0

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Technical Staff

Male Female Others Total

Sanctioned by theUGC /University StateGovernment

0

Recruited 0 0 0 0

Yet to Recruit 0

Sanctioned by theManagement/Societyor Other AuthorizedBodies

12

Recruited 1 11 0 12

Yet to Recruit 0

Qualification Details of the Teaching Staff

Permanent Teachers

HighestQualification

Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor

Male Female Others Male Female Others Male Female Others Total

D.sc/D.Litt. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Ph.D. 0 0 0 0 3 0 2 2 0 7

M.Phil. 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 1 0 5

PG 0 0 0 1 1 0 13 35 0 50

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Temporary Teachers

HighestQualification

Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor

Male Female Others Male Female Others Male Female Others Total

D.sc/D.Litt. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Ph.D. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

M.Phil. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Part Time Teachers

HighestQualification

Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor

Male Female Others Male Female Others Male Female Others Total

D.sc/D.Litt. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Ph.D. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

M.Phil. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Details of Visting/Guest Faculties

Number of Visiting/Guest Facultyengaged with the college?

Male Female Others Total

7 5 0 12

Provide the Following Details of Students Enrolled in the College During the Current Academic Year

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Programme From the StateWhere Collegeis Located

From OtherStates of India

NRI Students ForeignStudents

Total

PG Diplomarecognised bystatutoryauthorityincludinguniversity

Male 0 0 0 0 0

Female 11 0 0 0 11

Others 0 0 0 0 0

Diploma Male 0 0 0 0 0

Female 141 0 0 0 141

Others 0 0 0 0 0

Certificate Male 0 0 0 0 0

Female 360 0 0 0 360

Others 0 0 0 0 0

UG Male 0 0 0 0 0

Female 665 0 0 0 665

Others 0 0 0 0 0

PG Male 0 0 0 0 0

Female 58 1 0 0 59

Others 0 0 0 0 0

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Provide the Following Details of Students admitted to the College During the last four AcademicYears

Programme Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4

SC Male 0 0 0 0

Female 197 126 124 137

Others 0 0 0 0

ST Male 0 0 0 0

Female 13 11 31 35

Others 0 0 0 0

OBC Male 0 0 0 0

Female 196 183 134 171

Others 0 0 0 0

General Male 0 0 0 0

Female 203 211 196 181

Others 0 0 0 0

Others Male 0 0 0 0

Female 0 0 0 0

Others 0 0 0 0

Total 609 531 485 524

2.3 EVALUATIVE REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENTS

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Department Name Upload Report

Biochemistry View Document

Botany View Document

Chemistry View Document

Commerce View Document

Computer Science View Document

Economics View Document

History View Document

Mathematics View Document

Microbiology View Document

Organic Chemistry View Document

Physical Education View Document

Physics View Document

Political Science View Document

Statistics View Document

Zoology View Document

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3. Extended Profile

3.1 Program

Number of programs offered year-wise for last five years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

4 4 4 4 4

Number of all programs offered by the institution during the last five years

Response : 4

How many self-financed Programs does the institution offer

Response : 3

Number of new programmes introduced during the last five years, if any

Response : 1

Number of UG programmes offered by the College, which are not covered under the Autonomous status of UGC

Response : 0

Number of PG programmes offered by the College, which are not covered under Autonomous status of UGC

Response : 0

Whether the College is offering professional programme

Response : No

3.2 Students

Number of students year-wise during the last five years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

1510 1391 1284 1272 1257

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Number of outgoing / final year students year-wise during the last five years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

433 426 343 398 425

Total number of outgoing / final year students

Response : 2025

Number of students appeared in the examination conducted by the Institution, year-wise during the lastfive years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

1510 1391 1284 1272 1257

Number of revaluation applications year-wise during the last 5 years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

94 53 11 3 1

3.3 Teachers

Number of courses in all programs year-wise during the last five years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

10 10 10 10 10

Number of courses offered by the institution across all programs during the last five years

Response : 10

Number of full time teachers year-wise during the last five years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

62 62 62 62 62

Number of full time teachers worked in the institution during the last 5 years

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Response : 62

Number of teachers recognized as guides during the last five years

Response : 02

Number of sanctioned posts year-wise during the last five years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

62 62 62 62 62

Total number of publications during the last 5 years, which are included in online databases such asSCOPUS, web of science or PubMed/ Indian Citation Index

Response : 108

3.4 Institution

Number of eligible applications received for admissions to all the programs year-wise during the last fiveyears

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

875 831 714 733 580

Number of seats earmarked for reserved category as per GOI/State Govt rule year-wise during the lastfive years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

312 286 286 286 250

Total number of classrooms and seminar halls

Response : 33

Total number of computers in the campus for academic purpose

Response : 245

Total Expenditure excluding salary year-wise during the last five years ( INR in Lakhs)

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2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

105.72 180.99 51.36 40.54 66.61

Annual lighting power requirement (in KWH)

Response : 16

Annual power requirement of the institution (in KWH)

Response : 40

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4. Quality Indicator Framework(QIF)

Criterion 1 - Curricular Aspects

1.1 Curriculum Design and Development 1.1.1 Curricula developed /adopted have relevance to the local/ national / regional/global

developmental needs with learning objectives including program outcomes, program specificoutcomes and course outcomes of all the program offered by the Institution

Response:

The goals and objectives of the Institution always revolve around objectives of the curriculum framed andthe Institution has deployed various mechanisms to ensure that the stated objectives of the curriculum areachieved during the course of its implementation.

These are:

1.During induction the HOD clearly communicates the course objectives and outcomes to thestudents at the beginning of academic year.

2.Curriculum Committee meetings at departmental level are held during the semester to keep track ofthe progress of the course, coverage and the assessment tools employed by the teacher for effectiveteaching and learning. The reports of these committee meetings are reviewed by the concernedBoard of Studies of the Institution and decisions are taken to fill up the gaps if any.

3.Innovations in technology have led to spectacular advancement in all spears of life. Multi-disciplinary approach assumes greater relevance in the emerging global scenario. The curriculum isdesigned integrating teaching – learning through the usage of computers, information andCommunication Technology. Value-added component of ICT is included for equipping the studentto compete at global level. Hence the students of this Institution are well prepared for employabilityin the market.

4.The Institution offers good number of value - based add-on courses to expand their out ofcurriculum knowledge for better employability.

The following number of academic Programmes are being offered by the institution:B.Sc with 7 combinations, B.A. with 1 combination, B.Com with 2 combinations, 2 P.G.Programmes, 3 UG diploma Programmes and 1 PG Diploma Programme in addition to, 92 Add onProgrammes and 12 certificate courses were offered during the last five years. The following 12certificate courses were approved by the academic council during the academic year 2016-2017they are 1. Spoken English, 2. Tally & Practical Accounting 3. Fundamentals in ComputerScience 4. Telugu Velugu 5. Beautician Training 6. Numerical Ability 7. Data analytical skills8. Gandhian Philosophy 9. Chemical Analysis 10. Yoga 11.Endangered Analysis 12.Micobiological Techniques All these Programmes /curriculum reflect on self-development, community and nationaldevelopment, ecology, and Environment, value orientation, employment, ICT introduction, Globaland National demands.

5. A Number of value added courses are being offered by the Institution to enable students to acquireskills beyond Icurriculam, to enhance employability and equip them to the needs of national and

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global market environment. These courses are choice based and are offered as certificate Programmes.

1.1.2 Percentage of programs where syllabus revision was carried out during the last five years

Response: 100

1.1.2.1 How many programs were revised out of total number of programs offered during the last fiveyears

Response: 4

File Description Document

Minutes of relevant Academic Council/BOSmeeting

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Details of program syllabus revision in last 5 years View Document

Any additional information View Document

1.1.3 Average percentage of courses having focus on Employability/ Entrepreneurship/ Skilldevelopment during the last five years

Response: 100

1.1.3.1 Number of courses having focus on employability/ entrepreneurship/ skill development year-wiseduring the last five years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

10 10 10 10 10

File Description Document

Program/ Curriculum/ Syllabus of the courses View Document

MoU's with relevant organizations for these courses,if any

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Minutes of the Boards of Studies/ AcademicCouncil meetings with approvals for these courses

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Average percentage of courses having focus onemployability/ entrepreneurship

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1.2 Academic Flexibility

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1.2.1 Percentage of new Courses introduced out of the total number of courses across all Programsoffered during last five years

Response: 40

1.2.1.1 How many new courses are introduced within the last five years

Response: 4

File Description Document

Minutes of relevant Academic Council/BOSmeetings

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Institutional data in prescribed format View Document

1.2.2 Percentage of programs in which Choice Based Credit System (CBCS)/Elective course systemhas been implemented

Response: 100

1.2.2.1 Number of programs in which CBCS/ Elective course system implemented.

Response: 17

File Description Document

Minutes of relevant Academic Council/BOSmeetings

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Institutional data in prescribed format View Document

Any additional information View Document

1.3 Curriculum Enrichment 1.3.1 Institution integrates cross cutting issues relevant to Gender, Environment and Sustainability,

Human Values and Professional Ethics into the Curriculum

Response:

Realizing the importance of certain cross cutting issues such as gender issues, Environment andsustainability, human values and professional ethics the Institution has taken the followinginitiatives:

Gender Issues:

In the first few weeks after the commencement of the academic year, special sensitizing classes areconducted to promote awareness among the students on the policies and Programmes designed to

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remove gender discrimination to uplift women to make them vibrant citizen of the country.The Management gives special emphasis in promoting values and eliminates gender bias inthe campus.A Women Development cell was constituted on 17.10.2005 as per rules of Government of AndhraPradesh, for prevention / action against sexual harassment of women students with the followingobjectives:

1.To create awareness among students about the policies and Programmes designed to remove genderdiscrimination to uplift women in the society.

2.To create awareness among students on various job opportunities and self employment avenues.3.To encourage women’s participation and to organize capacity building Programmes.4.To protect the rights of the women and to organize interactive sessions with eminent personalities

of different walks of life.

The composition of the cell is :

Sl.No Name & Designation Position1 Dr. P. Aruna, Principal Chairperson

2 Smt. K. Vani, S.G. Lecturer in Commerce Coordinator

3 Kum. P. lakshmi Devi, Lecturer inCommerce

Member

4 Smt. G. Aruna Kumari, Lecturer inEconomics

Member

5 Kum. T. Sai Mahathi, Lecturer inStatistics

Member

Environmental Education

As per the prescribed syllabus students of all groups of education undergo a course onEnvironmental Science. The course is a comprehensive one encompassing all the aspects ofenvironment such as natural resources, biodiversity, pollution, alternate energy sources and humanintervention - causes and effects and human action and also importance of preservation andprotection of environment for suatainable development.

Human Values and Professional ethics

The curriculum incorporates the professional, moral and social obligation of an educatedprofessional. Along with the skill development, the Institution gives utmost priority in inculcating the valuesystem among the students.Appropriate values commensurate with social, economic and cultural realities are focused toinculcate respect and tolerance to various diversities.The Institution organises special lectures in the Institution to inculcate ethics in their day to day life.Since the Institution organizes extension activities in the rural areas through NSS and theseextension activities sencitize and promote student orientation towards health and social needs of thecommunity and service attitude and just citizenship. The Institute has introduced a separate module, on Human values and professional ethics in all the

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Programmes of the Institute from the academic year 2013-14.

File Description Document

Upload the list and description of the courses whichaddress the Gender, Environment and Sustainability,Human Values and Professional Ethics into theCurriculum

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1.3.2 Number of value-added courses imparting transferable and life skills offered during the lastfive years

Response: 80

1.3.2.1 How many new value-added courses are added within the last 5 years

Response: 80

File Description Document

List of value added courses View Document

Any additional information View Document

1.3.3 Average percentage of students enrolled in the courses under 1.3.2 above

Response: 37.69

1.3.3.1 Number of students enrolled in value-added courses imparting transferable and life skills offeredyear-wise during the last five years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

510 510 510 480 510

File Description Document

List of students enrolled View Document

Any additional information View Document

1.3.4 Percentage of students undertaking field projects / internships

Response: 17.62

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1.3.4.1 Number of students undertaking field projects or internships

Response: 266

File Description Document

List of programs and number of studentsundertaking field projects / internships

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Any additional information View Document

1.4 Feedback System 1.4.1 Structured feedback received from 1) Students, 2) Teachers, 3) Employers, 4) Alumni 5)

Parents for design and review of syllabus Semester wise /year-wiseA. Any 4 of above

B. Any 3 of above

C. Any 2 of above

D. Any 1 of above

Response: C. Any 2 of above

File Description Document

Action taken report of the Institution on feedbackreport as stated in the minutes of the GoverningCouncil, Syndicate, Board of Management

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URL for stakeholder feedback report View Document

1.4.2 Feedback processes of the institution may be classified as follows:A. Feedback collected, analysed and action taken and feedback available on website

B. Feedback collected, analysed and action has been taken

C. Feedback collected and analysed

D. Feedback collected

Response: B. Feedback collected, analysed and action has been taken

File Description Document

URL for feedback report View Document

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Criterion 2 - Teaching-learning and Evaluation

2.1 Student Enrollment and Profile 2.1.1 Average percentage of students from other States and Countries during the last five years

Response: 0.07

2.1.1.1 Number of students from other states and countries year-wise during the last five years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

3 1 1 0 0

File Description Document

List of students (other states and countries) View Document

Institutional data in prescribed format View Document

2.1.2 Demand Ratio(Average of last five years)

Response: 1.21

2.1.2.1 Number of seats available year-wise during the last five years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

695 668 565 612 538

File Description Document

Demand Ratio (Average of Last five years) View Document

2.1.3 Average percentage of seats filled against seats reserved for various categories as perapplicable reservation policy during the last five years

Response: 100

2.1.3.1 Number of actual students admitted from the reserved categories year-wise during the last fiveyears

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

312 286 286 286 250

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File Description Document

Average percentage of seats filled against seatsreserved

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2.2 Catering to Student Diversity 2.2.1 The institution assesses the learning levels of the students, after admission and organises special

programs for advanced learners and slow learners

Response:

The institute conducts one week induction Programmeme to all the students before commencementof academic schedule. During this process, the students’ knowledge and skills are assessed bytaking into account their personal data and academic record of the qualifying examination. Theknowledge gaps are identified and bridge courses are arranged for a period of 15 days to enablethem to cope up well.Since several students are admitted every year with rural background and tribal areas, specialclasses are arranged to improve their communication skills, proficiency in speaking English,interpersonal relations, basic knowledge in computer operations etc.A format is circulated to all the students to assess the student’s skills and knowledge by taking intoaccount their personal data and academic record. The skill and knowledge gaps are identified andassessed. Depending on the identified gaps and requirements bridge courses are conducted toenable them to cope up. The institute identifies slow and advanced learners based on the performance of the students informative and summative assessment at the end of first semester / term by their concerned teachers.Learning needs of these talented students are identified and encouraged to further improve theirskills and knowledge in the subject so as to pursue higher goals in academics. These students arealso encouraged to participate in quiz competitions, paper and poster presentations, study projectsetc, with a view to inculcate the research orientation.The students are also encouraged and trained to write competitive examinations conducted by stateand central governments and also to appear entrance examination conducted by affiliated universityand other universities for admission into higher course of study.The Principal and concerned HOD / incharges of the institute ensure that the teaching and learningoutcomes are achieved through closely monitoring the performance of students in formative andsummative assessments. If the performance of the students is found to be poor after two internalassessments the reason for poor performance is analyzed and corrective measures are initiated.Consistent poor performers are identified as slow learners and additional coaching classes, whereever required are arranged.The IQAC of the Institute also reviews and monitors mentor-mentee Programmeme of the instituteand suggests remedial actions, needed to be taken to bring the slow learners into mainstream.

2.2.2 Student - Full time teacher ratio

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Response: 24.35

File Description Document

Institutional data in prescribed format View Document

2.2.3 Percentage of differently abled students (Divyangjan) on rolls

Response: 0.07

2.2.3.1 Number of differently abled students on rolls

Response: 1

File Description Document

Institutional data in prescribed format View Document

2.3 Teaching- Learning Process 2.3.1 Student centric methods, such as experiential learning, participative learning and problem

solving methodologies are used for enhancing learning experiences

Response:

The institute firmly ensures that the learning is made student-centric by converging all its plans,ICT – mediated resources and actions for the overall benefit of the students. Theory classes aremade more illustrative and interactive. The teaching methods include didactive lectures, interactivesessions, problem based learning through case resolution, demonstrations, field visits,presentations and clinical and practical sessions.During practical / tutorial sessions, ample stress is given to impart what the student requires ratherthan what the teacher knows. Various academic Programmes of the institute are aimed at providinggood professional skills to students. Assignments, Study projects, Class room seminars, Group discussions, Quiz, Field trips , Surveys,Exhibitions, Elocution competetions, Essay writing competitions, participation in NationalSeminars, brain storming sessions, Workshops and encouraging students to use Internet fordownloading necessary information, News paper reading use of Library etc., are also encouragedfor enhancing learning skills of the students.

2.3.2 Percentage of teachers using ICT for effective teaching with Learning Management Systems(LMS), E-learning resources etc.

Response: 100

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2.3.2.1 Number of teachers using ICT

Response: 62

File Description Document

List of teachers (using ICT for teaching) View Document

2.3.3 Ratio of students to mentor for academic and stress related issues

Response: 24.35

2.3.3.1 Number of mentors

Response: 62

File Description Document

Year wise list of number of students, full timeteachers and mentor/mentee ratio

View Document

2.3.4 Preparation and adherence to Academic Calendar and Teaching plans by the institution

Response:

A meeting of the IQAC comprising of all the HODs and incharges of Cells /Committees is held atthe beginning of the semester to plan the yearly calendar of the teaching-learning process. Theannual plan of action is prepared involving all the HODs and incharges and the same is printed asAcademic Calendar for that academic year. As a prelude to this meeting, all the departments wouldbe asked to hold their departmental meetings to come out with a tentative yearly plan of theirdepartment to be discussed in the IQAC. The academic schedule approved by the IQAC would beadhered scrupulously as all the staff members are involved in the designing process.A hand book cum callender is provided to every student by the institution which provide thedetails of the curriculum, syllabus, both theory and practical, rules and regulations of the institutionetc. It also provides tentative dates of internal and University Exams, internal assessment exams,public holidays, summer vacation, cultural and sports events etc for the benefit of the students.Periodical circulars are released by the Principal to supplement the plan of action.The annual calendar is designed keeping in view the time frame available for the students duringthat academic year.Academic Calendar and teaching plans for the last Five years are appended hereunder:

2.4 Teacher Profile and Quality 2.4.1 Average percentage of full time teachers against sanctioned posts during the last five years

Response: 100

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File Description Document

Year wise full time teachers and sanctioned postsfor 5 years

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List of the faculty members authenticated by theHead of HEI

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2.4.2 Average percentage of full time teachers with Ph.D. during the last five years

Response: 11.29

2.4.2.1 Number of full time teachers with Ph.D. year-wise during the last five years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

7 8 8 6 6

File Description Document

List of number of full time teachers with PhD andnumber of full time teachers for 5 years

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2.4.3 Teaching experience per full time teacher in number of years

Response: 14.69

2.4.3.1 Total experience of full-time teachers

Response: 911

File Description Document

List of Teachers including their PAN,designation,dept and experience details

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2.4.4 Percentage of full time teachers who received awards, recognition, fellowships at State,National, International level from Government, recognised bodies during the last five years

Response: 1.61

2.4.4.1 Number of full time teachers receiving awards from state /national /international level fromGovernment recognised bodies year-wise during the last five years

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2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

0 0 0 1 0

File Description Document

Institutional data in prescribed format View Document

e-copies of award letters (scanned or soft copy) View Document

2.4.5 Average percentage of full time teachers from other States against sanctioned posts during thelast five years

Response: 0

2.4.5.1 Number of full time teachers from other states year-wise during the last five years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

0 0 0 0 0

File Description Document

List of full time teachers from other state and statefrom which qualifying degree was obtained

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2.5 Evaluation Process and Reforms 2.5.1 Average number of days from the date of last semester-end/ year- end examination till the

declaration of results during the last five years

Response: 52.2

2.5.1.1 Number of days from the date of last semester-end/ year- end examination till the declarationof results year-wise during the last five years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

48 41 54 58 60

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File Description Document

List of programs and date of last semester and dateof declaration of result

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2.5.2 Average percentage of student complaints/grievances about evaluation against total numberappeared in the examinations during the last five years

Response: 2.24

2.5.2.1 Number of complaints/grievances about evaluation year-wise during the last five years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

94 53 11 3 1

File Description Document

Number of complaints and total number of studentsappeared year wise

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2.5.3 Average percentage of applications for revaluation leading to change in marks during the lastfive years

Response: 35.82

2.5.3.1 Number of applications for revaluation leading to change in marks year-wise during the last fiveyears

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

60 37 5 0 0

File Description Document

Year wise number of applications, students andrevaluation cases

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2.5.4 Positive impact of reforms on the examination procedures and processes including ITintegration and continuous internal assessment on the examination management system

Response:

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· Examination procedures,

The Aadikavi Nannayya University, to which this Institution is affiliated, has introduced thefollowing major reforms in the last few years.The University has introduced bar-coding during 2014-15 in place of manual coding beforevaluation of the semester examination answer scripts.Consequent upon of granting of Autinomous status the institute prints question paper before onehour of the commencement of the examination.Appointment of Special Observers by the Institute on all the theory examination days.

The examination committee at the Institute ensures the effective implementation of these reformsintroduced.

Processes integrating IT

The examination branch of the institute is equipped with the state of the art infrastructure and skilledmanpower to conduct the exams in a full-proof manner. The Examination section is practicing high qualityevaluation standards and also observes adequate care in prompt declaration of the results of all theexaminations.

The examinations branch headed by Controller of Examinations, conducts the examinations as per theacademic calendar. Results of semester end examinations are published normally within thirty days of thelast examination.

Method for examination & evaluation includes:

Online internal examination in two subjects.Coding of answer scriptsQuestion bank for all examinationsCentralized evaluationScrutinizers are appointed to check whether all the positions are valued or not marks are postedproperly etc. Review of valued answer scripts.Provision for revaluation and recounting in all coursesComputerization of all works in the conduct of examinations and declaration results.

Continuous internal assessment system

The faculty maintains confidentiality in setting the question paper for the internal assessmentexamination. Two sets of question papers are prepared and the Controller of examination alongwith the Principal selects one set of question papers half an hour before the commencement ofinternal assessment examination.The progress and performance of the students is monitored by their performance in class tests,assignments, study projects, internal assessment examinations and class attendance.The students are given valued answer scripts for their perusal to know where they went wrong, andto satisfy themselves about the valuation. Then the marks are entered in the register.The marks are displayed on the notice board, and also are communicated to their parents through

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progress cards.The parents are informed regularly about the progress and attendance of their ward immediatelyafter all the mid-examinations i.e four times in a year.The students whose attendance progress are not satisfactory, the parents along with their wards arecalled for counseling and remedial measures are taken. The same is also discussed in Parent –Teacher Association meeting held once in a year.Apart from Semister and internal assessment examinations the Institution also conducts monthlytests wherein peer evaluation takes place.Even in the practical one internals will be conducted with peer evaluation.

2.5.5 Status of automation of Examination division along with approved Examination ManualA. 100% automation of entire division & implementation of Examination Management System(EMS)

B. Only student registration, Hall ticket issue & Result Processing

C. Only student registration and result processing

D. Only result processing

Response: A. 100% automation of entire division & implementation of Examination Management System(EMS)

File Description Document

Current manual of examination automation systemand Annual reports of examination including thepresent status of automation

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Current Manual of examination automation system View Document

Any additional information View Document

Annual reports of examination including the presentstatus of automation

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2.6 Student Performance and Learning Outcomes 2.6.1 Program outcomes, program specific outcomes and course outcomes for all programs offered

by the Institution are stated and displayed on website and communicated to teachers and students

Response:

Description of Mechanism of Communication:

The teaching –learning strategies for each subject is prepared, discussed and approved by the

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curriculum committee of each department before commencement of academic year. The learningoutcomes are made clear to both the student and the faculty.Well-structured time-table is prepared based on the curriculum and core objectives of the subject.The balance between theory and practical is made. Skill development is given weight age whereever practical learning is required.The expected outcomes are made known to all the students during the orientation conducted in thebeginning of the academic year by the respective faculties. All the faculties are well aware of thelearning outcomes as they are involved in the teaching and learning process.

File Description Document

COs for all courses (exemplars from Glossary) View Document

2.6.2 Attainment of program outcomes, program specific outcomes and course outcomes areevaluated by the institution

Response:

For all the Under Graduate and Post Graduate Programmes offered by this institute the syllabus isdesigned, to assure that every Programme has its own objective and methodology to achieve theProgramme Outcomes. Some Subjects have Theory with Practical and some have only theory. To achievethe Programme Specific Outcome for the subject, Teachers have to use various Direct or Indirect methodsto achieve over all educational objectives. Due to limited time of study in the semester based education it isvery difficult to achieve all outcomes / targets at the same time. So the institute uses some simplemeasurement tool to find Course Outcomes and attainment levels with direct method.

To find Course Outcome and attainment level of each student the institute conducts subject wise internaltests and unit tests in each semester. On the basis of marks obtained in these tests the institute finds theattainment level of each student. Further the institute also uses other various attainments testmethodologies as indicated below:

The various tools for assessing the students attainment levels include:

Student AssignmentsSmall-projectsSeminar presentationInternal ExaminationsReports of Study work and assignmentsLab Practical knowledgeProject work /Industrial visitsSocial serviceOther co-curricular activities are also considered for measuring / assessing the attainment of eachcourse outcome and specific Programme outcome of each student.

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2.6.3 Average pass percentage of Students

Response: 72.45

2.6.3.1 Total number of final year students who passed the examination conducted by Institution.

Response: 305

2.6.3.2 Total number of final year students who appeared for the examination conducted by the institution

Response: 421

File Description Document

List of programs and number of students passed andappeared in the final year examination

View Document

Link for annual report View Document

2.7 Student Satisfaction Survey 2.7.1 Online student satisfaction survey regarding teaching learning process

Response: 3.9

File Description Document

Database of all currently enrolled students View Document

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Criterion 3 - Research, Innovations and Extension

3.1 Promotion of Research and Facilities 3.1.1 The institution has a well defined policy for promotion of research and the same is uploaded on

the institutional website

Response: Yes

File Description Document

Minutes of the Governing Council/ Syndicate/Boardof Management related to research promotion policyadoption

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URL of Policy document on promotion ofresearch uploaded on website

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3.1.2 The institution provides seed money to its teachers for research (average per year)

Response: 0.38

3.1.2.1 The amount of seed money provided by institution to its faculty year-wise during the last fiveyears(INR in Lakhs)

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

0.70 0.40 0.30 0.00 0.50

File Description Document

Minutes of the relevant bodies of the Institution View Document

List of teachers receiving grant and details of grantreceived

View Document

Budget and expenditure statements signed by theFinance Officer indicating seed money provided andutilized

View Document

Any additional information View Document

3.1.3 Number of teachers awarded international fellowship for advanced studies/ research duringthe last five years

Response: 0

3.1.3.1 The number of teachers awarded international fellowship for advanced studies / research year-wise

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during the last five years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

0 0 0 0 0

File Description Document

List of teachers and their international fellowshipdetails

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3.1.4 Institution has the following facilities

1.Central Instrumentation Centre2.Animal House/Green House / Museum3.Central Fabrication facility4.Media laboratory/Business Lab/Studios5.Research / Statistical Databases

A. Any four facilities exist

B. Three of the facilities exist

C. Two of the facilities exist

D. One of the facilities exist

Response: A. Any four facilities exist

File Description Document

Any additional information View Document

3.2 Resource Mobilization for Research 3.2.1 Grants for research projects sponsored by the government/non-government sources such as

industry, corporate houses, international bodies, endowments, Chairs in the institution during thelast five years(INR in Lakhs)

Response: 1.4

3.2.1.1 Total Grants for research projects sponsored by the government/non-government sources such asindustry, corporate houses, international bodies, endowments, Chairs in the institution year-wise during thelast five years(INR in Lakhs)

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2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

0.70 0.70 0 0 0

File Description Document

List of project and grant details View Document

e-copies of the grant award letters for researchprojects sponsored by non-government

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3.2.2 Number of research centres recognised by University and National/ International Bodies

Response: 0

3.2.2.1 Number of research centres recognised by University and National/ International Bodies

File Description Document

Names of research centres View Document

Any additional information View Document

3.2.3 Percentage of teachers recognised as research guides

Response: 1.61

3.2.3.1 Number of teachers recognised as research guides

Response: 1

File Description Document

Details of teachers recognized as research guide View Document

Any additional information View Document

3.2.4 Number of research projects per teacher funded, by government and non-government agencies,during the last five year

Response: 0.81

3.2.4.1 Number of research projects funded by government and non-government agencies during the lastfive years

Response: 10

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File Description Document

Supporting document from Funding Agency View Document

List of research projects and funding details View Document

link to funding agency website View Document

3.3 Innovation Ecosystem 3.3.1 Institution has created an eco system for innovations including Incubation centre and other

initiatives for creation and transfer of knowledge

Response:

SAROJINI DEVI INCUBATION CENTRE

Sarojini Devi Incubation Centre was started during the academic year 2015-2016, managed by thefaculty members Dr. D.M. Neeraja and Dr. M. Sridevi.

Our Vision:

At Sarojini Devi Incubation Centre, our vision is to work with talented and hard working faculty &students to ideate, develop and expand great ideas. We believe that a dedicated, focused team with firsthand scientific success and whose primary aim is to create good results in the selected areas but not earningprofit.

Our Mission:

“To create start up for the benefit of farmers living in rural areas around Tanuku.”

Our Philosophy:

“Give a woman a fish you feed her for a day”

“Teach a woman to catch the fish you feed her for a life time”

Our Ecosystem

Infrastructure support & Co- working space:

We believe that ideas will multiply when they come in contact with other ideas, and so we created acollaborative environment where faculty and students can connect with each other, mentors, formers arebrought into the collective knowledge of the community we provide the following support for our facultyand students, working in the incubation centre to identify the solutions to the problems of farmers

1.Good- Class work space infrastructure

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2.Highly dedicated faculty3.Security systems4.Rack space5.Meeting rooms6.Store for chemicals and products.

Sarojani Devi incubation centre aim to provide all necessary assistance to make faculty and students realisetheir dreams.

This start-up incubation centre is open to all the faculty & students & farmers of surrounding areasof west Godavari district at S.K.S.D.M.K as well as the entire alumni family. Some of the roles are.

1.Introducing the start-ups to potential investors and VCs for investment pitches to be made in aneffort to help raise capital required.

2.Structured mentoring by a panel of faculty & external domain experts as per detailed requirementof the course.

3.Participation in innovation led events and session related to the identification of solutions to theproblems of farmers scheduled by S.K.S.D.

4.Motivate the students to get benefit of the Incubation centre and use the results in their future life.

Looking forward for a great response

Department of Chemistry prepared soap with palm oil and calcium cloride and supplied to farmersmaintaining dairy around Tanuku and noticed increasing milk yield.

And also supplied the Chemical reagent to test the presence of fertilizers on the grass before feeding tobuffaloes. List of farmers benefitted were enclosed in the table.

File Description Document

Any additional information View Document

3.3.2 Number of workshops/seminars conducted on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and Industry- Academia Innovative practices during the last five years

Response: 1

3.3.2.1 Total number of workshops/seminars conducted on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and Industry-Academia Innovative practices year-wise during the last five years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

0 1 0 0 0

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3.3.3 Number of awards for innovation won by institution/ teachers/ research scholars/studentsduring the last five years

Response: 0

3.3.3.1 Total number of awards for innovation won by institution/teachers/research scholars/students year-wise during the last five years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

0 0 0 0 0

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e- copies of award letters View Document

3.3.4 Number of start-ups incubated on campus during the last five years

Response: 2

3.3.4.1 Total number of start-ups incubated on campus year-wise during the last five years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

1 1 0 0 0

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List of startups details like name of startup, nature,year of commencement etc

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e- sanction order of the Institution for the start upson campus

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Contact details of the promoters for information View Document

3.4 Research Publications and Awards

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3.4.1 The institution has a stated Code of Ethics to check malpractices and plagiarism in Research

Response: Yes

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3.4.2 The institution provides incentives to teachers who receive state, national and internationalrecognition/awards

Response: Yes

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3.4.3 Number of Patents published/awarded during the last five years

Response: 0

3.4.3.1 Total number of Patents published/awarded year-wise during the last five years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

0 0 0 0 0

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3.4.4 Number of Ph.D.s awarded per teacher during the last five years

Response: 0

3.4.4.1 How many Ph.Ds are awarded within last 5 years

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List of PhD scholars and their details like name ofthe guide , title of thesis, year of award etc

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3.4.5 Number of research papers per teacher in the Journals notified on UGC website during the lastfive years

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Response: 0.16

3.4.5.1 Number of research papers in the Journals notified on UGC website during the last five years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

1 2 3 3 1

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List of research papers by title, author, department,name and year of publication

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3.4.6 Number of books and chapters in edited volumes / books published, and papers innational/international conference-proceedings per teacher during the last five years

Response: 0.08

3.4.6.1 Total number of books and chapters in edited volumes / books published, and papers innational/international conference-proceedings year-wise during the last five years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

5 0 0 0 0

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List books and chapters in edited volumes / bookspublished

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3.4.7 Bibliometrics of the publications during the last five years based on average citation index inScopus/ Web of Science or PubMed/ Indian Citation Index

Response: 0

3.4.7.1 Total number of citations received by publications in the last 5 years, which are included in onlinedatabases such as SCOPUS, web of science or PubMed/ Indian Citation Index

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BiblioMetrics of the publications during the last fiveyears

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3.4.8 Bibliometrics of the publications during the last five years based on Scopus/ Web of Science - h-

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index of the Institution

Response: 0

3.4.8.1 Number of citations received by individual research publications in the last 5 years

3.4.8.2 Number of publications receiving proportionately maximum number of citation in the last fiveyears

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3.5 Consultancy 3.5.1 Institution has a policy on consultancy including revenue sharing between the institution and

the individual

Response: No

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3.5.2 Revenue generated from consultancy during the last five years

Response: 5.49

3.5.2.1 Total amount generated from consultancy year-wise during the last five years (INR in Lakhs)

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

1.76 1.38 0.99 0.86 0.50

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Audited statements of accounts indicating therevenue generated through consultancy

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3.5.3 Revenue generated from corporate training by the institution during the last five years

Response: 6.79

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3.5.3.1 Total amount generated from corporate training by the institution year-wise during the last fiveyears (INR in Lakhs)

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

2.46 1.98 0.99 0.86 0.50

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Audited statements of account indicating therevenue generated through training

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3.6 Extension Activities 3.6.1 Extension activities in the neighbourhood community in terms of impact and sensitising

students to social issues and holistic development during the last five years

Response:

The Institution promotes social responsibilities and good citizenship roles among the students withcontinuous interface with the community through NSS and NCC Programmes and extensionactivities.The Institution makes all the students to understand the importance of providing their services inrural areas. The institute has two units of NSS for conducting regular extension activities. All thestudents and faculty of the institution takes up several co curricular and extension Programmes topromote social responsibility among the students such as:Campaigning on health & hygieneAIDS awareness Programmes through NSS and Red Ribbon ClubPulse polio immunization ProgrammesCash less transaction and Digital Money CampaignSwach Bharat campaignAnti plastic awareness ProgrammemeAnti corruption campaign – Meetings & RallyBlood Donation campaign (Red Ribbon Club)Awareness Programmeme on Organ Donation.The NSS has a strong hold of 220 NSS Volunteers. It has 2 NSS Units and Programmeme officerswho carry out the task of “Service beyond Self” in the uplift of the weaker sections of the society.Our NSS Units organized Two National Integration camps. Volunteers from all over Indiaparticipated in these camps. The institution conducted several Programmes on HIV / AIDSawareness, Pulse polio, Medical camps, Adult literacy, Lakhon Mein Ek, Child labour,Environmental pollution, Swatch Bharat, Health and Hygiene, Massive Tree Plantation, SHGs,Education for women, Anti-dowry system, Sexual harassment etc in collaboration withGovernment and NGOs. Students raised funds for the benefit of victims of Natural Calamities.

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The NSS Units take the initiative of celebrating important days like the NSS day, Aids day,National Literacy Day, Elders day etc. The volunteers of NSS effectively participated and helpedfor the success of all the Programmes.The Institute has an excellent rapport with the neighborhood. Institute also has very goodnetworking with community stakeholders like Gram Panchayat, Community Based Organizations,NGOs and Community Leaders. All the activities are organized in consultation and with activeparticipation of community for “Sustainable Development”.This institution-neighborhood network helps:

1.Students, teachers & community to share ideas, knowledge, resources and experiences to createhealthier communities.

2.Community and teacher interaction, which provides opportunity for the student to learn variousmethods in research and development of knowledge.

3.Providing opportunity to utilize community as a source of teaching -learning material for facultyand students.

4.The NCC Unit of S.K.S.D. Mahila Kalasala UG & PG (A) which was launched in 2009 is runningunder the leadership of NCC officer Lt. U. Lakshmi Sundari Bai. The Unit has 50 cadets and isexcelling in all the national and social service activities like Blood Donation, Tree Plantation, AIDSAwareness Rallies, Traffic Control, Visit to Mentally Retarded schools & old age homes etc.

The NCC Studentes Participated in NIC – III at Meihar in Madhya Pradesh, LRDC at Guntur &Vijayawada, Advance Leadership Camp –V at West Bangal, Participated in NIC – I at Gotkesher,Participated in NIC – II at Bihar.

For more details about NSS see:

http://www.sksdmahilakalasala.com/index.php/studentsupport/nss

For more details about NCC See:

http://www.sksdmahilakalasala.com/index.php/studentsupport/ncc

The Institution ensures participation of all the students in extension activities through the followingstrategies.The institution has NSS and NCC units which actively involves in Programmes like social work,health and hygiene awareness, AIDs awareness, environmental awareness campaigns etc.As part of co-curricular and extracurricular activities of the students, the institution organizes thefollowing extension activities in rural areas. Sensitizing the community on health and health awareness promotion activities, child marriage etc.Adoption of villages for sustainable and holistic development. Awareness Programmes on all national health Programmes. Educating rural people about health hazards of alcoholism, tobacco chewing, smoking, AIDs etc.

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3.6.2 Number of awards and recognition received for extension activities from Government/recognised bodies during the last five years

Response: 5

3.6.2.1 Total number of awards and recognition received for extension activities from Government/recognised bodies year-wise during the last five years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

1 1 2 1 0

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3.6.3 Number of extension and outreach Programs conducted in collaboration with Industry,Community and Non- Government Organizations through NSS/ NCC/ Red Cross/ YRC etc., duringthe last five years

Response: 94

3.6.3.1 Number of extension and outreach Programs conducted in collaboration with Industry, Communityand Non- Government Organizations through NSS/ NCC/ Red Cross/ YRC etc., year-wise during the lastfive years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

21 18 20 19 16

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3.6.4 Average percentage of students participating in extension activities with GovernmentOrganisations, Non-Government Organisations and programs such as Swachh Bharat, AidsAwareness, Gender Issue, etc. during the last five years

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Response: 6.73

3.6.4.1 Total number of students participating in extension activities with Government Organisations, Non-Government Organisations and programs such as Swachh Bharat, Aids Awareness, Gender Issue, etc. year-wise during the last five years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

90 90 90 94 86

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3.7 Collaboration 3.7.1 Number of Collaborative activities for research, faculty exchange, student exchange per year

Response: 12.4

3.7.1.1 Total number of Collaborative activities for research, faculty exchange, student exchange year-wise during the last five years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

19 18 16 5 4

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3.7.2 Number of linkages with institutions/industries for internship, on-the-job training, projectwork, sharing of research facilities etc. during the last five years

Response: 3

3.7.2.1 Number of linkages for faculty exchange, student exchange, internship, field trip, on-the-jobtraining, research, etc year-wise during the last five years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

1 2 0 0 0

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File Description Document

e-copies of linkage related Document View Document

Details of linkages with institutions/industries forinternship

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3.7.3 Number of functional MoUs with institutions of National/ International importance, OtherInstitutions, Industries, Corporate houses etc., during the last five years (only functional MoUs withongoing activities to be considered)

Response: 1

3.7.3.1 Number of functional MoUs with institutions of national, international importance, otheruniversities, industries, corporate houses etc. year-wise during the last five years (only functional MoUswith ongoing activities to be considered)

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

0 0 1 0 0

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Details of functional MoUs with institutions ofnational, international importance,other universitiesetc. during the last five years

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Criterion 4 - Infrastructure and Learning Resources

4.1 Physical Facilities 4.1.1 The institution has adequate facilities for teaching - learning. viz., classrooms, laboratories,

computing equipment, etc

Response:

Smt. Kondepati Sarojini Devi (SKSD) Mahila Kalasala (UG & PG), (Autonomous) Tanuku, issituated on sprawling 8 acres campus in semi-urban setting on the Chennai – Kolkatta NatioanalHighway (16NH) and well connected to town and nearby Villages.The Under Graduate and Post Graduate teaching Programmes are supported by outstandinginfrastructure facilities which includes the state of the art facilities, aesthetically designed buildingsand individual departments with lively shape and outlook.The Management of the Institution makes every endeavor to fulfill the stringent criteria of globalstandards of training the students to succeed in the state and national level examinations, becomeproficient to serve the humanity at large.The Institution sprawls across more than 45,000 sq.mts of build up area nestled around 8 acres ofland. The buildings are both aesthetic and modern with excellent and well designed lecture hallswith convenient seating arrangement and audio visual facilities.The Management ensures availability of physical infrastructure and ensures optimum utilization ofinfrastructure by meticulously planning the usage of all its facilities mainly for the benefit of all itsstudents and staff.The Institution has the necessary infrastructure for the effective and smooth conduct of all itsacademic Programmes. The following facilities are available.

Academic activities

Building Blocks 08Class Rooms 32Physics Lab 02Chemistry Labs 05Botany Labs with Herbarium 02 Zoology Labs with Museum 02Computer Lab 04Microbiology Lab 02Biochemistry Lab 02English Language Lab 01Statistics, Commerce & Mathematics lab 01E-Class Room 16Central Library 01Net Centre (ICT) 01MANA TV (Virtual Programmes) 01Staff Rooms 07Seminar Hall 01Departmental libraries 19

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Co-Curricular Activities

Seminar hall with audio visual equipmentAuditorium with 3000 seating Capacity with Audio Visual equipment and all facilities of theatre ofarts.The Institution is having central computing facility for ICT enabled teaching and learning benefitsfor both the students and staff .All the departments are having computer facility to prepare teaching and learning materials.The Institution is having computers with Internet facility. Audio Visual Hall (Seminar Hall) withinternet connection, CDs, DVDs and other audio-visual aids are available for the use of faculty.Language laboratory is with all the required software.ICT with 30 computers are available and accessible to all the faculty and the students.Students can access all the on line journals and e-text books.

The institute has subscribed to INFLIBNET and the students can access.

The faculty can also access to these e-resources in the departmental computers.The whole campus is wi-fi enabled.

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4.1.2 The institution has adequate facilities for sports, games (indoor, outdoor),gymnasium, yogacentre etc., and cultural activities

Response:

The Institution has sprawling campus with ample space for number of outdoor sports like cricket,basket ball, Kabaddi, Kho Kho, volley ball, throw ball, Tenni coit and ball badminton, Hand balland indoor game facilities. The institution always encourages the students to participate in intra andinter institutional competitions as well as at state and national level ompetetions.Institution organizes intra collegiate competitions in sports and games every year and distributesprizes cups, medals, certificates and cash incentives.The institution conducts competitions at inter collegiate level in association with the university andalso held inter university selections in various events.Sports and cultural committees exist to organize events.

The Institution has the following facilities to conduct sports, games and cultural events.

Indoor Games (Facilities)

Indoor Stadium having tie-up with Pullela Gopichand Academy, Hyderabad with office room, storeroom, first aid room, three wooden badminton courts with pvc Badminton Flooring, 4 table tennis

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boards, Chess, Guest Rooms, Rest Rooms, separate Indoor Games room, Yoga & Meditation Halland modern Zymnasium, 50 bedded Sports Hostel with all the facilities (UGC Sponsored), 12station multi gym in the Hostel donated by Andhra Birla Late Sri Mullapudi Harishchandra Prasad,Tanuku. etc.Non expandable equipment (Moderate GYM) worth Rs 10,00,000/- (Sanctioned by UGC)

Outdoor games (Facilities)

Basket ball court with fiber boards with floodlightimg – 01Two Volley-ball courts Ball badminton courtHand ball courtKho-Kho courtKabaddi courtTennicoit courtLong jump & High jump pit200 meters track with 6 lanes.Criket pitch with net

Cultural

In the campus, auditorium is available for promoting cultural events / activities with all the audiovisual facilities (10500 sft).Sarojani Devi Kalapeetam was established. To encourage, train and organize cultural events in thecampus.

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4.1.3 Percentage of classrooms and seminar halls with ICT - enabled facilities such as smart class,LMS, etc

Response: 24.24

4.1.3.1 Number of classrooms and seminar halls with ICT facilities

Response: 8

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4.1.4 Average percentage of budget allocation, excluding salary for infrastructure augmentationduring the last five years.

Response: 63.69

4.1.4.1 Budget allocation for infrastructure augmentation, excluding salary year-wise during the last fiveyears (INR in Lakhs)

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

70.34 110.73 35.66 26.50 37.26

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Audited utilization statements View Document

4.2 Library as a Learning Resource 4.2.1 Library is automated using Integrated Library Management System (ILMS)

Response:

Information and Library Network ( INFLIBNET) Centre is an autonomous Inter-University Centre of theUniversity Grants Commission ( UGC ) of India.

Software for University Libraries (SOUL) is a state-of-the —art Integrated Library Management Softwaredesigned and developed by the INFLIBNET Centre based on requirements of College and UniversityLibraries.

Name of the ILMS software

INFLIBNET is a major National Programme initiated by the UGC in March 1991 with its Head Quarters atGujarat University Campus, Ahmedabad. It is a user —frinendly software developed to work under Client-Server environment.

Version

The first version of software i. e., SOUL 1.0 was released during CALIBER 2000. The first version ofsoftware i. e., SOUL 1.0 was designed on MS-SQL and was compatible with MS-SQL Server 7.0 orhigher. The latest version of the software i. e., SOUL 2.0 has been designed for latest versions of MS-SQLand MySQL.

This software was designed to automate all house keeping operations such as Acquisition, Cataloguing,

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Circulation, OPAC, Serials Control and Administration.

Year of automation:

Institute purchased the first version of software i.e., SOUL 1.0 , in 2007 and used for many years. Later onthe INFLIBNET informed the Institution to install the second version of the software i. e., SOUL 2.0 andThe Institution installed it in 2014.

Nature of automation (fully or partially)

The library is fully automated — i.,e., acquisition, cataloguing, circulation, OPAC, serial control andadministration.

Acquisition: The Institution acquired resources based on suggestions/recommendations made by users.

Catalogue: This facilitates Institution to process of the newly acquired library resources., i.e., to enter thedata of the books.

Circulation: Issue and Return of books to the members is going on through the software.

OPAC : OPAC means On Line Public Access Catalogue. Students can open OPAC and see the Catalogueof the books and should know whether the book is available in the library or not.

Serials Control: Suggestions, Subscriptions, Master databases — N List Programme, e-Journals etc.

Administration: In addition to the features available in the Administration Module of the SOUL 1.0, somemore features have been added to the administration module of the SOUL 2.0

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4.2.2 Collection of rare books, manuscripts, special reports or any other knowledge resource forlibrary enrichment

Response:

The Library of Institution has the distinction of collecting special and rare books mostly Manuscriptswritten in Sanskrit & Tamil. The Unique material and rare collection of around 30 books are listed below:

SANSKRIT RARE BOOKS, MANUSCRIPTS & PAPYRUS Tamil LiteratureS.I No SUBJECT Title Year1 Kanniyam Siruttambu-Unknown Aadhaar (A---

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Commentary Tamil Philosphical andPoetical Literature aboutLord Krishna

2 Savya Bhichara Krodam Chandra Narayaneeyam 1914-163 Dirajaruta Pratyaksha

khanda MuktavaliCommentary

Unknown Author 1914-16

4 Srimadanatarya virachithiAakashadhikaranam

(Godavarthisampathkumaraswami)

1924-1942

5 Camperitive philologymanuscript

(Godavarthisampathkumaraswami)

1924-1942

6 Gadhadhirayasavyabhichara samanyanirukti

(Baladeva) VivechaniKrodapathram

1924-1942

7 Avachchedhakatvanirukti pratham

Godavarthisathakopacharyaswami

1920-1968

(Eminent professor andoretor Madras Univeristyand vedhanthavardhineecollege sriperumbudurTamilandu)

8 Ramanuja bhasya vishya (unknown researchscholar)

---

9 Madhuri panchalakshanikalisankari

((famous commentatortarkasestra)

---

10 Siddantalakshan glokasatprathi paksha pathramrachayata jagadheesdulali

(Project work jonnyayasiddhantam)

1920-1942

11 jagadhisiya siddantalakshno parisiddhantarahasyakya krodapatram

Research Publication 1920-1942

12 Bhadhagrandha krishnambhattiyavyakhya(krodapatram)

Research Publication 1920-1942

13 Srigadadhariya stprathipaksha rahasyateeka(krishnabhattiyakhyacommentary)

Old manuscript LibraryMysore

03-02-1945

14 Satprathipaksha vijayamsriman U.V. nyayaVedata Vidhavan SriA.T.M. Godavarthisathako pacharya swami

A Traditional Researchproject in Nyayasiddanta

1924-1948

15 Gadadhariyamhethvabhasasamanyanirukti sthitankalyanamvamgiyanugamavali

Reseach ScholarPublications

1924-1948

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16 Jagadesa chanthurdhasalakshanyupari glokavivechani

Reseach ScholarPublications

1924-1948

17 Avayavagrandhakalisankari

Reseach ScholarPublications

1924-1948

18 Jagadhisiyasaryavamapakshata patakrudapatram

Reseach ScholarPublications

1924-1948

19 Jagadhisa samanyanirikti Unknown Persons ---20 Nyayabhoodhiniteeka ( a commentary on tarka

sangarha) ---

21 Srimadharinadhiyalpancha lakshmi uparigoloka nyayaratnabhattacharya kruthavivechani

(a Commentary on nyayasiddantha)

1875-1920

Talapatram22 Gadadhariya

samanyaniruktiUnknown Persons ---

23 Gadadhariyapakashatavadam

Unknown Persons ---

24 Sakthivadoparisangameswariayam

Unknown Persons ---

25 The sankhya karika ofiswara krishna

BY john davis susil gupta(india) Ltd Calcutta

1957

26 Yadavaraja sangraha Oriental Institution ofBaroda

1950

27 Two Vajrayana work Oriental Instituion ofBaroda

1950

28 Nyaya pravesa Cental Library Baroda 195029 Sree moksha kara gupta

Tharka bhyasyamoriental institution ofBaroda

Oriental Institution ofBaroda

1942

30 Nadapada OrientalInstitution of Baroda

Oriental Institution ofBaroda

1941

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4.2.3 Does the institution have the following

1.e-journals2.e-ShodhSindhu3.Shodhganga Membership4.e-books

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5.Databases

Any 4 of the above

Any 3 of the above

Any 2 of the above

Any 1 of the above

Response: Any 3 of the above

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4.2.4 Average annual expenditure for purchase of books and journals during the last five years(INR in Lakhs)

Response: 1.82

4.2.4.1 Annual expenditure for purchase of books and journals year-wise during the last five years (INRin Lakhs)

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

2.38 1.11 1.97 2.20 1.42

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4.2.5 Availability of remote access to e-resources of the library

Response: Yes

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4.2.6 Percentage per day usage of library by teachers and students

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Response: 7.7

4.2.6.1 Number of teachers and students using library per day over last one year

Response: 121

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4.3 IT Infrastructure 4.3.1 Institution frequently updates its IT facilities including Wi-Fi

Response:

The Institution has central computing facility to facilitate ICT enabled teaching and learning.All the departments are having computer facility with internet connectivity to prepare teaching andlearning materials.Computer labs are being strengthened by new systems by replacing the out dated system everyyear.The institution upgrades its computer systems whenever necessity arises.There is annual budget allocation for maintenance of computers.Adequate budget provisions are made for updating, deployment and maintenance of the computers.The whole campus is provided with wi-fi facility

4.3.2 Student - Computer ratio

Response: 6.16

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4.3.3 Available bandwidth of internet connection in the Institution (Lease line )?50 MBPS

35 MBPS - 50 MBPS

20 MBPS - 35 MBPS

5 MBPS - 20 MBPS

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Response: 35 MBPS - 50 MBPS

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4.3.4 Facilities for e-content development such as Media Centre, Recording facility, LectureCapturing System (LCS)

Response: Yes

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4.4 Maintenance of Campus Infrastructure 4.4.1 Average Expenditure incurred on maintenance of physical facilities and academic support

facilities excluding salary component, as a percentage during the last five years

Response: 23.53

4.4.1.1 Expenditure incurred on maintenance of physical facilities and academic support facilitiesexcluding salary component year-wise during the last five years (INR in Lakhs)

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

20.59 15.97 15.03 13.28 18.20

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4.4.2 There are established systems and procedures for maintaining and utilizing physical, academicand support facilities - laboratory, library, sports complex, computers, classrooms etc.

Response:

The Institution has an effective mechanism and policy for continuous monitoring, upkeeping,optimal utilization and improvement of facilities, services and equipment on the campus. Budgetallocation is done annually to meet the maintenance requirements.

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The institute has Manager – Maintenance to oversee the maintenance of buildings, gardens, etc.The Management constantly monitors civil, electrical, plumbing and carpentry maintenance relatedissues.Separate manpower is available for watering the plants and maintaining the gardens.The maintenance department has qualified and experienced technical staff who make constantphysical surveillance to carryout servicing / repairing wherever necessary and required.Safety rounds are also carried out by the top management and instructions are issued for changes /modifications in the facilities.Preventive and breakdown maintenance of all the equipment and machines are carried outperiodically.All other high-end equipment is under AMC with the manufacturer / authorized service agency.All the buildings of the institute are insured.

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Criterion 5 - Student Support and Progression

5.1 Student Support 5.1.1 Average percentage of students benefited by scholarships and freeships provided by the

Government during the last five years

Response: 57.3

5.1.1.1 Number of students benefited by scholarships and freeships provided by the Government year-wiseduring the last five years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

794 873 763 746 667

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5.1.2 Average percentage of students benefited by scholarships, freeships, etc. provided by theinstitution besides government schemes during the last five years

Response: 5.56

5.1.2.1 Total number of students benefited by scholarships, freeships, etc provided by the institutionbesides government schemes year-wise during the last five years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

83 95 75 66 56

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5.1.3 Number of capability enhancement and development schemes –

1.Guidance for competitive examinations2.Career Counselling3.Soft skill development4.Remedial coaching5.Language lab6.Bridge courses7.Yoga and Meditation8.Personal Counselling

7 or more of the above

Any 6 of the above

Any 5 of the above

Any 4 of the above

Response: 7 or more of the above

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5.1.4 Average percentage of students benefited by guidance for competitive examinations and careercounselling offered by the institution during the last five years

Response: 5.36

5.1.4.1 Number of students benefited by guidance for competitive examinations and career counsellingoffered by the institution year-wise during the last five years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

81 75 71 68 65

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5.1.5 Average percentage of students benefited by Vocational Education and Training (VET) duringthe last five years

Response: 4.16

5.1.5.1 Number of students attending VET year-wise during the last five years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

139 30 60 30 30

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5.1.6 The institution has a transparent mechanism for timely redressal of student grievancesincluding sexual harassment and ragging cases

Response: Yes

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5.2 Student Progression 5.2.1 Average percentage of placement of outgoing students during the last five years

Response: 45.04

5.2.1.1 Number of outgoing students placed year-wise during the last five years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

236 213 143 174 150

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5.2.2 Percentage of student progression to higher education (previous graduating batch)

Response: 36.26

5.2.2.1 Number of outgoing students progressing to higher education

Response: 157

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5.2.3 Average percentage of students qualifying in State/ National/ International level examinationsduring the last five years (eg: NET/ SLET/ GATE/ GMAT/ CAT/ GRE/ TOEFL/ Civil Services/Stategovernment examinations)

Response: 46.45

5.2.3.1 Number of students qualifying in state/ national/ international level examinations (eg: NET/ SLET/GATE/ GMAT/ CAT/ GRE/ TOEFL/ Civil services/ State government examinations) year-wise during thelast five years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

6 7 10 11 12

5.2.3.2 Number of students appearing in state/ national/ international level examinations (eg:NET/SLET/GATE/GMAT/CAT, GRE/TOEFL/ Civil Services/State government examinations) year-wiseduring the last five years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

11 24 33 18 21

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5.3 Student Participation and Activities 5.3.1 Number of awards/medals for outstanding performance in sports/cultural activities at

national/international level (award for a team event should be counted as one) during the last fiveyears

Response: 2

5.3.1.1 Number of awards/medals for outstanding performance in sports/cultural activities at national/international level (award for a team event should be counted as one) year-wise during the last fiveyears

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

0 0 1 0 1

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5.3.2 Presence of an active Student Council & representation of students on academic &administrative bodies/committees of the institution

Response:

The College has well disciplined and participative Student Council functioning and the institution conductselections to the students’ Council and class representatives in a democratic way. Principal is thechairwomen. A student who excelled in the sports is nominated as General Captain.

Student Council - 2017-2018:

Chair person :Kum. G. Priyanka,III B.Com (Comp)

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Vice-Chairperson :Kum. M Dharani, I B.ASecretary :Kum. M Swathi, II B.Sc (Stat)General Captain : Kum V Venkata Lakshmi, III B.Com (Gen)

The Office bearers of the students council for the academic year 2017-18 is as follows:

S. No. Name of the Student Class1. M. Dharani I B.A2 M. Hema Bhavani II B.A3 R.B. Pravallika III B.A4. A. Priyanka I B.Com (G)5 S. Rama Lakshmi II B.Com (G)6 K. Prameela III B.Com (G)7 I. Vasavi I B.Com (V) – A8 Ch. Sandhya I B.Com (V) – B9 G. Pushpa Kumari II B.Com (V) – A10 N. Hema Sri II B.Com (V) – B11 P. Swetha III B.Com (V) – A12 K. Vasanthi III B.Com (V) – B13 R. Sandhya Urmila I B.Sc (BZC)14 N. Sahithi II B.Sc (BZC)15 K. Lakshmi Kavya III B.Sc (BZC)16 D. Gayathri I B.Sc (MPC)17 P. Jerusha II B.Sc (MPC)18 A. Bhavyasri III B.Sc (MPC)19 P. Hima Bindu I B.Sc (MPCS) – A20 G. Mounika I B.Sc (MPCS) – B21 S. Harshavardhini II B.Sc (MPCS) – A22 V. Sravya II B.Sc (MPCS) – B23 P. Lakshmi Durga III B.Sc (MPCS)24 P. Bhagya Sri I B.Sc (MSCS) - A25 T.L.S. Meghana I B.Sc (MSCS) – B26 U. Sri Navya II B.Sc (MSCS)27 G. Lavanya III B.Sc (MSCS)28 G. Sai Sri I B.Sc (MB BC C)29 V. Amulya Lakshmi II B.Sc (MB BC C)30 M. Suchitra III B.Sc (MB BC C)31 B. Sasi Preetham I B.Sc (BZCS)32 K. Uma Devi I M.Sc (Organic Chemistry)33 K. Venkata Ramana II M.Sc (Organic Chemistry)34 K. Divya Padmini I M.Sc (Microbiology)35 M.S.S. Subramanyeswari II M.Sc (Microbiology)

Activities:

Providing leadership in organizing quiz, elocution and essay writing competitions, sports andcultural activities.To serve as a bridge between management and students and to maintain peace and harmony withinand outside the campus

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Funding:

Most of the activities are funded by the Management and the students are free to collect and spend.There are student representatives, on various academic committees and they actively participate inthe decision making process. They also involve in various committees of academic planning.Their views are taken into consideration while chalking out programmes. The following are thecommittees having students representation.

Library Advisory Committee:

1.Kum. N. Gayathri, II B.Sc (MSCS)2.Kum. D. Keerthi Poorna, II M.Sc (Organic Chemistry)3.Kum. K. Sai Lakshmi, III B.Com

Hostel Committee:

1.Kum. M. Uma Jhansi, III B.Sc (CBZ)2.Kum. K. Chandini, III B.A3.Kum. K. Lakshmi Prasanna, II B.Com (V)

Humanities Association:

1.Kum. V. Amulya, II B.Sc (MB BC C)2.Kum. Ch. Sandhya, I B.Com3.Kum. K. Lakshmi Kavya, III B.Sc (CBZ)

Cultural and Literary Association:

1.Kum. P. Sindhuja, II B.Sc (MSCS)2.Kum. I. Chandra Lekha, I B.Sc (MPC)3.Kum. K. Sneha, II B.Sc (MPCS)

Science Association:

1.Kum. S. Dharani, III B.Sc (MPCS)2.Kum. V. Haritha, I B.Sc (MPC)3.Kum. K. Lakshmi, II B.Sc (MSCS)

Language Association:

1.Kum. A. Priyanka, I B.Com2.Kum. P. Swetha, III B.Com (V)3.Kum. D. Gayathri, I B.Sc (MPC)

Athletic Association:

1.Kum. K. Naga Sireesha, III B.Com

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2.Kum. S. Harsha Vardhini, II B.Sc (MPCS)3.Kum. U. Sri Navya, II B.Sc (MSCS)

Student Quality Circles:

1.Kum. M. Dharani, I B.A2.Kum. M. Yamini, III B.Sc (CBZ)3.Kum. K. Sai Aparna, III B.Sc (MSCS)

Calendar and Magazine Committee

1.Kum. T. Rajitha, I B.Sc (MPCS)2.Kum. P. Jerusha, II B.Sc (MPC)3.Kum. D. Lakshmi Durga, III B.Sc (MPCS)

5.3.3 Average number of sports and cultural activities / competitions organised at the institutionlevel per year

Response: 1

5.3.3.1 Number of sports and cultural activities / competitions organised at the institution level year-wiseduring the last five years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

2 0 0 0 3

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5.4 Alumni Engagement 5.4.1 The Alumni Association/Chapters (registered and functional) contributes significantly to the

development of the institution through financial and non financial means during the last five years

Response:

The institution has a registered Alumni Association, registered during 2006 (414/2006).

The Alumni Association is formed with the following objectives:

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1.To promote the spirit of loyalty and the general welfare of the institution besides projecting theimage.

2.To support the parent organisations goals and to cultivate of sense of belongness and concern tothe Alma mater by strengthening the ties between the Alumni, the Community and the Parentorginisation.

3.To create a sense of abiding affection, lasting association and affinity through reciprocation in theminds of the former and the ongoing students in the institutional activities and to encouragetogetherness for contribution to the alround progress.

4.To hold social gathering of old students during teacher’s day celebrations, college day celebrationsand at other times.

5.To promote and encourage UG and PG education and any other course.6.To plan, organize and arrange meetings, prepare reports and other projects to stimulate and advance

these purpose.7.To assist and correlate and suggest improvements in teaching and other activities besides the old

students encouragement to the existing students through provision of scholarships and other Aid. 8.To promote the standardization of scientific technique, tests and criteria.9.Provide an opportunity for the old students to take active part in the establishment of laboratories,

libraries, botanical gardens, museums etc.,10.To do all such other things as are incidental or conducive to the attainment of the above objectives.11.To engage in the social activity i.e to take part in first aid, welfare and relief work.

Following are the current office bearers of Aluminis Association:

Sl. No. Designation Name1. President Smt. T.Venkata Lakshmi

2 Vice-president Smt.M.Madhavi 3 Secretary Smt.M.Anatha Lakshmi 4 Joint-Secretary Smt.S.Sobha 5 Treasurer Smt.T.Rajeswari 6. Ex officio member 1. Sri Chitturi Subba Rao, Founder, Secretary and

correspondent

2. Dr. P. Aruna, Principal

Activities:

Alumni association meets once in a year and during 2016 -17 it met twice.Celebrates the teacher’s day every year on September 5th and felicitate the teaching staff.Extends their might in the development of the institution in cash and kind and also particicipate inteaching and learning activities by way of guest lectutres and motivational talks.

Prominent Alumni of the Institution:

S.No NAME PRESENTPOSITION

PLACE

1 Smt. K. Saraswathi Manager IBM, Bangalure2 Smt. V. Jyotsna Manager HSBC, Hyderabad3 Smt.B.Gowthami Software Engineer WIPRO, Bangalure4 Smt.G.Srimythili Quality AssuranceEximius Coffee

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Manager LLC,HoustonTecxas,USA5 Smt.K.Padma Data Entry Operator Private Company,

Singapore6 A.BindhuMadhavi Quality Control Chemist Matrix Labs, Hyderabad7 D.Tejeswari Quality Control Chemist Arvindo Chemicals,

Hyderabad8 M.AdiMaha Lakshmi Project Fellow IICT, Hyderabad9 S.Sindhura Asst.Manager Vysya Bank, Tanuku10 V.Himabidhu Lecturer Polytechnic College,

Poduru11 K.Devasena Computer Programmer C.N.O Software

Company, Hyderabad12 R.L. Sowgandhi Software Engineer WIPRO, Hyderabad

http://www.sksdmahilakalasala.com/index.php/alumnae/alumini-speakers for updated prominantalumni of the Institution

Contribution of alumni:

An amount of Rs.3,16,210/- was donated by alumni.Out of which Rs. 50, 000/- were spent on purchasing of two computers during 2013-14 and onother50,000 during 2014-15. An amount of Rs. 75,000 and Rs. 91,210 was spent on purchase ofclassroom furniture during 2012-13 and 2016-17 respectively.An amount of Rs. 50, 000 was distributed for poor students as Institution fee and purchased bookeduring 2015-16.Mrs. MuthyalaKanakadurga an alumni of the Institution deposited Rs. 2,00,000/- toward poorstudents aid fund. Interest accured is being distributed to poor students (around 30 students) everyyear.

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5.4.2 Alumni contribution during the last five years(INR in Lakhs)? 15 Lakhs

10Lakhs - 15 Lakhs

5 Lakhs - 10 Lakhs

2 Lakhs - 5 Lakhs

Response: 2 Lakhs - 5 Lakhs

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5.4.3 Number of Alumni Association / Chapters meetings held during the last five years

Response: 6

5.4.3.1 Number of Alumni Association /Chapters meetings held year-wise during the last five years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

2 1 1 1 1

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Criterion 6 - Governance, Leadership and Management

6.1 Institutional Vision and Leadership 6.1.1 The governance of the institution is reflective of an effective leadership in tune with the vision

and mission of the institution

Response:

The institution has a well-defined vision and mission that also addresses the needs of all its stakeholders.

Vision:

The vision of the college is explicitly stated in its emblem i.e. Satyam, Sivam and Sundaram.The Emblem speaks that the Endeavour of the institution is to impart truth based, value based,magnificent education that inspires the seekers of education.The spirit of the Emblem not only depicts the pursuit of truth but also a way of living to reachultimate goal of life.

Mission:

To make the students to gain insight into the conceptual framework of their chosen fields and makethem gain as much objective information as possible in the relevant fields. Our Endeavour is to mould our students with the positive spirit and lead them into the society as thejust citizens.To provide the relevant education in consistence with the changing global scenario is what weaspire for.To promote the education of the girls with the objective of creating an enlightened class of motherswho will ensure a better amalgamation of the community with the main stream and thus help thenation in building up a secular society as dreamt by the Founding Fathers of the country.

Goals:

The College strives to impart quality education and mould the students as just citizensThe Endeavour of the Institution is to create social sensitivity along with individual Empowerment.To develop Social Responsibilities and civil concerns among the student community, the nationbuilders.To impart value and ethics based Education.To provide directions and guidance in developing the competitive spirit and to ensure integratedPersonality development for the students.The vision and mission of the institute is in tune with the goals and objectives and providescomprehensive roadmap for developmental plan. The Management is pro-active in planning anddevelopmental strategies.The Institution promotes the culture of participative management by involving the teaching staff,non-teaching staff, students and other stakeholders in decision making at various levels.Principal, as the Head of the Institution monitors day-to-day functioning of the college. Coordinatesall the departments in executing the plans with regard to curriculum and co-curriculum activities.Acts as chairperson for statutory and non-statutory bodies. Acts as liaison between the management

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and faculty, staff and students, in the capacity of ex-officio member of the governing body.

6.1.2 The institution practices decentralization and participative management

Response:

1.The College promotes the culture of participative management by involving the teaching staff, non-teaching staff, students and other stake holders in decision making at various levels.

2.The college governing body has a representation from the cross section of the society. It comprisesof President, Secretary and Correspondent, nominee from State Government, UGC and University,principal of the college and one senior faculty member. The governing body/board of themanagement meets regularly, reviews the activities of the institution and extends necessaryguidelines for the betterment of the quality education.

3.The principal chairs the meetings of the statutory and non-statutory bodies and elicit suggestionsfrom faculty and also gives information received from the govt, university, UGC, management etcfor quality education.

4.Individual departments conduct departmental meetings periodically and proceedings aredocumented. The decisions taken in the meetings are brought to the notice of the principal/IQAC.

5.The IQAC for every academic year collect all the information from the departments, variousinternal cells of the college and prepares the report called Annual Quality Assurance Report(AQAR).

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6.2 Strategy Development and Deployment 6.2.1 Perspective/Strategic plan and Deployment documents are available in the institution

Response:

VISION DOCUMENT (Perspective / Strategic Plan):

(2015-16 to 2025-26)

The institution’s vision— is based upon and reflects its stated beliefs and values. Consequent uponconferment of Autonomous status to the College by UGC during the year 2015, it was decided to redraftand extend the vision document of 2006-07 – 2016-17 to further period of ten years till 2025-2026 with aview:

1. To have a broad, comprehensive statement of the future.2.To provide a clear sense of direction for all the staff3.To mobilize all the resources required to attain the vision and mission of the institute.

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4.To get SKSD Mahila Kalasala grow into a Mahila University over coming decade.5.To get SKSD Mahila Kalasala recognized as the premier education provider especially for girls in

both East and West Godavari districts of Andhra Pradesh by the year 2025.

To achieve the above goal the institute have made detailed strategy in the followingareas:

1. Curricula and pedagogy:

Adoption of a learner-centric paradigm of education and CBCS across all the programs.Introduction of industry-oriented courses and skill-based training to enable enhanced employabilityfor the students.Introduction of courses in entrepreneurship and social sciences for economic and socialdevelopment.Introduction of multi-disciplinary courses both in Arts and Sciences for students to get holisticexposure in culture, values and science and technology.Retaining high-quality faculty by adopting timely promotions, providing incentives etc.Introduction of faculty development and exchange programs with neighbouring institutions ofrepute.

2. Research:

Establishment of state-of-the-art laboratories and improve the competency levels of facultymembers.Arranging industry and academia collaborations to promote research among the staff and postgraduate students.Attraction of highly qualified and research-oriented faculty members by offering UGC scales andincentives.

3. Infrastructure:

Initiating more number of technology-based classrooms to widen access to high-quality teachingand learning.Equipping Library with more number of National and International journals to increase access andto improve quality of education and research.

4. Funding:

Motivating the faculty to undertake research and apply for research grants from government andnon-governmental agencies.Encouraging the faculty to engage in consultancy projects and services.Widening the Alumni base and to invite alumni funding for providing teaching Chairs in differentbranches.

5. Governance/Leadership:

Involving all the stake holders in the administrative process and to encourage participative

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management in all aspects of administration.Introduction of accountability and transparency in all the spears of administration including inaccounts.

Example of activity successfully implemented based on the strategic plan

In pursuance of institutes’ vision document (2006-07 to 2016 -17) and its perspective plan, themanagement of the institute continuously striving to get Autonomous status to this institute. Toachieve the same the institute first got NAAC accreditation during 2007 with B++ Grade. Againduring 2012 the institute as a continuous policy to stive for excellance went for reaccreditation andagain accreditated with B with 2.81 CGPA.The institute was recognized under 12(B) and 2(F) of UGC and since it was accredited twice byNAAC. The Management and the staff were highly motivarted to get Autoniomous status so as tostive for excellance in its teaching and learning process. By this time the institute was wellestablished and got good social recognition in the region, getting UGC Autonomous status is a longpending desire of the Management, staff and students.To make the dream a reality, the institute submitted its application for recognition as AutonomousInstitution in May, 2014 during 11th Plan. Subsequently UGC asked to resubmit the application in12th Plan format and the same is submitted on 20.08.2014. The UGC, New Delhi vide their letterdated 12/09/2014 sent a letter constituting a committee to evaluate the performance and academicattainments for the conferment of Fresh Autonomous status to the institute.The Committee visited tha institute during 8th and 9th December, 2014 and recommended for thegrant of Autonimous status from the academic year 2015-2016.The UGC vide letter dated 29/04/2015 communicated the decision of the Commission confermingAutonomous status from the academic year 2015-16.Thus the institute achieved its long cherished dream of autonomous status as envisaged in its planand vision.

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6.2.2 Organizational structure of the institution including governing body, administrative setup, andfunctions of various bodies, service rules, procedures, recruitment, promotional policies as well asgrievance redressal mechanism

Response:

Organization Structure:

The College has a well-defined organizational structure in administration and academicdecision-making process. The Governing Body headed by Secretary & Correspondent, Board of Studiesand Academic Council headed by the Principal are the highest policy-making bodies on the Academic andAdministrative fronts of the Institution. The Governing Body shall meet at least once in three months whilethe Board of Studies and Academic Council are convened once in a year.

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6.2.3 Implementation of e-governance in areas of operation

1.Planning and Development2.Administration3.Finance and Accounts4.Student Admission and Support5.Examination

All 5 of the above

Any 4 of the above

Any 3 of the above

Any 2 of the above

Response: Any 3 of the above

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6.2.4 Effectiveness of various bodies/cells/committees is evident through minutes of meetings andimplementation of their resolutions

Response:

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The Institute have the following active bodies / committees:

1.Library advisory committee2.Literary and Cultural association3.Career guidance and placement cell4.Grievance Redressal committee5.Hostel committees6.Eco club7.Women Development cell8.Anti ragging committee9.Research Committee

10.Examination Committee etc.

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6.3 Faculty Empowerment Strategies 6.3.1 The institution has effective welfare measures for teaching and non-teaching staff

Response:

The Institution provides / implements the following welfare measures to its employees- both teaching and non-teaching:

1. Insurance facility to all un-aided staff.2.Festival advances to class III and IV employees3.Vehicle Loan4.Loan for children`s education5.Marriage Leave6.Maternity leave7.Staff and student`s Co-Operative Stores.8.Reimbursement of medical expenses to Un-Aided staff and their family members (Spouse,

Children, Parents).9.50% of salary to Un-Aided staff members on medical grounds.

10.Provide play school facility to staff children.11.Employment to the children of the deceased employees on compassionate grounds.12.Provident Fund facility

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13.Supply of Cow Milk at subsidized rate.14.Canteen facility15.Provision of RO water16.Bus Facility to both students and staff

6.3.2 Average percentage of teachers provided with financial support to attend conferences /workshops and towards membership fee of professional bodies during the last five years

Response: 28.71

6.3.2.1 Number of teachers provided with financial support to attend conferences / workshops and towardsmembership fee of professional bodies year-wise during the last five years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

26 20 32 5 6

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6.3.3 Average number of professional development /administrative training programs organized bythe institution for teaching and non teaching staff during the last five years

Response: 1.4

6.3.3.1 Total number of professional development / administrative training programs organized by theInstitution for teaching and non teaching staff year-wise during the last five years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

1 1 2 2 1

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6.3.4 Average percentage of teachers attending professional development programs viz., Orientation

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Program, Refresher Course, Short Term Course, Faculty Development Program during the last fiveyears

Response: 14.52

6.3.4.1 Total number of teachers attending professional development programs, viz., Orientation Program,Refresher Course, Short Term Course, Faculty Development Programs year-wise during the last five years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

12 10 11 8 4

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6.3.5 Institution has Performance Appraisal System for teaching and non-teaching staff

Response:

Teaching staff:

Students at the end of each academic year appraise each faculty on various teaching methods usedby faculty. These are analyzed and communicated to the concerned faculty to improve themselves& modify pedagogy as per the feedback given by the students.The heads of the departments appraises the staff based on their work done, viz; publications andpresentations in seminars/workshops and Conferences etc.,The faculty also submits self-appraisal forms every year to the Principal. The Principalrecommends annual increments and incentives based on the student and HODs appraisal.

Non-teaching:

Salary appraisal for non-teaching staff is done based on the feedback given by the heads of thedepartment / controlling officers.

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6.4 Financial Management and Resource Mobilization 6.4.1 Institution conducts internal and external financial audits regularly

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Response:

The Institution has a mechanism for both internal and external audit by the statutory Auditors.All the proposals for sanction are submitted to the accounts section and the accounts sectionscrutinizes under the surveillance of Treasurer of the S.V.K.E. Educational Society with regard tobudget provisions and availability of funds and then the files are submitted to the authorities fornecessary approval.The bills are processed by the sections concerned and sent to internal audit section for passing,which strictly follows the financial guidelines. The payments are made only after passing the billsby the internal audit section.All the accounts of the Institution are audited regularly by the Statutory Auditors on annual basisand no objections have been reported so far.

6.4.2 Funds / Grants received from non-government bodies, individuals, Philanthropists during thelast five years (not covered in Criterion III) (INR in Lakhs)

Response: 30.85

6.4.2.1 Total Grants received from non-government bodies, individuals, philanthropists year-wise duringthe last five years (INR in Lakhs)

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

8.40 8.05 5.40 4.70 4.30

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6.4.3 Institutional strategies for mobilisation of funds and the optimal utilisation of resources

Response:

The main financial resources of the College are, grants from the State Government and the UGCbesides the fee collected from the students of Aided courses and self-supporting courses and alsodonations from the management, philanthropists and general public.In addition to these regular sources, efforts are made to mobilize additional finances to meet thedemands of the institutional needs. Merit scholarships, medals are instituted for honouringoutstanding students out of the donations collected from individuals, institutions and Alumni whilemaintaining good relations with them.The Management of the Institution supports financially in case of need and in times of financialinadequacies.

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6.5 Internal Quality Assurance System 6.5.1 Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) has contributed significantly for institutionalizing the

quality assurance strategies and processes

Response:

Establishment of Internal Quality Assurance Cell:

The Institute has established an Internal Quality Assurance Cell in December, 2005 and IQACmeetings are held regularly during the academic year. The main aim of the IQAC is to develop a system for conscious, consistent and catalytic actiontowards quality sustenance and quality enhancement.

The IQAC ensure the following:

1.A high degree of transparency in the functioning of the college2.Coordination among the various activities though involvement of all the faculty, staff and students

to enhance healthy practices.3.Involving all the stake-holders in decision-making.4.A dynamic system that provides for quality changes. 5.Every faculty member is a part of a Criteria Committee, so that the quality measures discussed

disseminated across the institution and the decisions are implemented. 6.The monthly meeting by the Principal with all the faculty and periodical meetings with the HODs

ensures proper dissemination of information.7.Acting as a nodal agency in the institution for quality enhancement and sustenance.8.Organization of orientation programmes to faculty on innovative teaching methods.9.Encouraging staff and students to conduct and participate in seminars, conferences, extension

lectures etc., 10.Encouragement of research culture among faculty and students.11.Documentation of important articles from reputed journals and magazines and supplying to the

departments and cells.12.Collection of feedback from various stake holders on college and staff and analyse the same and

suggest remedial measures based on the feedback collected for improving quality of teaching andlearning process.

13.To conduct Internal Academic Audit every year.

Best Example :

1.Research Culture

2.Improvement of results –Remedial Coaching

Promotion of Research Culture (Conferences / Seminars):

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assurance strategies and processes. Due to IQAC initiatives Best Practices were institutionalized.The IQAC reviews the teaching and learning process. It sets the academic objectives for thecollege at the beginning of the every year and ensure their proper accomplishment through theteaching departments. The Institutional plan is prepared by IQAC in accordance with the academiccalendar of the affiliation university and monitors the implementation of all the activities. IQAC encourages the faculty to apply for the Minor and Major Research Projects, to organize andattend International, National, State Level Seminars, Workshops, Conferences and present researchpapers and publish them in National, International Journals. It also encourages the faculty topursue Ph.D/ M.Phil and recommends to the research committee to recommend leave andincentives to Ph.D/ M.Phil awardees.Due to the initiatives of IQAC research culture developed in the institution. The following are theresearch activities conducted during the last five years.C.V.Raman Research Laboratory is established during the period 2014-16. An amount ofRs.2,10,000,/- was spent in the purchase of research equipment to the research lab and for otherLaboratories, augmented by research journals and e-journals, upgradation of labs etc. in the last fiveyears.Two faculty members M.Sridevi, K.Venkata reddy were awarded Ph.D and 02 faculty members Sri.K.Rama Krishna, Smt. K.Kusuma Kumari were awarded M.Phil in the last five years.03 of our faculty members are pursuing part-time research work for their Ph.D degree underdifferent Universities.The institution has conducted 13 Academic Development Programmes like National Seminars,National Workshops etc. as on date.The faculty has published 130 research papers in International / National referred Journals, 02 Statelevel Articles, and Authored 90 Books and monographs produced during the period 2012-17.The institution has 20 MoUs with reputed Industries & Organizations, Banks, GovernmentResearch Organizations and Educational Institutions. It has helped in conducting a few campusinterviews, sponsoring of National Seminars etc.4 Faculty Members completed Minor Research Projects during last five years.

Remedial Coaching:

Remedial teaching programmes are designed by IQAC at the beginning of the academic year in allsubjects for slow learners. The faculty identifies slow learners from the marks obtained in firstinternal exams and submits same to the IQAC. IQAC direct all the faculty members to conductRemedial Classes to slow learners. IQAC reviews results of Semester Exams and Year endingExams. Due to IQAC efforts results were increased.

6.5.2 The institution reviews its teaching learning process, structures & methodologies of operationsand learning outcomes at periodic intervals through IQAC set up as per norms

Response:

The institution has a centralized body i.e Academic Council (Autonomy) to review teaching andlearning process. The primary object of IQAC is to suggest and guide to improve the academic and administrativeperformance of the institution. The IQAC has contributed in:

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1.Academic processes: Quality education through quality teaching and learning process.2.Laboratory Learning Processes: Quality and uniform teaching and practical learning in the

laboratory for better understanding.3.Administrative processes: Systematic, organized and ease in managing the administrative processes

of the institution.

The plan of action chalked out by the IQAC in the beginning of the year towards teaching –learningfor quality enhancement and the outcome achieved by the end of the year is appended hereunder2016-2017:

Plan of Action Achievements

Workshop / Orientation Programme to teaching staff for Oneweek

Conducted One week District level Orientation and TeacherRetraining Programme to staff from 25-07-2016 to 01-08-2016

Obtain feedback on teaching from students Feedback was obtained analyzed submitted to principal foraction.

Use of ICT based Teaching methods and optimal use of e-class room.

All the staff members are adapted ICT based teaching, learningmethods by using e-class room and computer aided teaching.

One Add on Programme to be conducted by eachDepartment.

Every department has conducted one Add on Programme.

To conduct more Number of Seminars and Workshops andto participate in faculty development programmes by all staffmembers.

Three UGC sponsored National Seminars were conducted andone state level conference, 4 Workshops were conducted byvarious departments

Encouragement of Research culture among staff, writing ofarticles in journals and Publication of Research works.

More number of seminar papers were submitted by teaching staffin different seminars / workshops / conferences etc…

Five books were published by faculty with ISBN/ISSN Number.

Conduct Number of interactive sessions by WomenDevelopment Cell

Number of interactive sessions were conducted by IQAC andWomen Development Cell on Gender Discrimination and otherwomen related issues.

To increase learning resources in the Library Learning Resources were increased in the Central Library andDepartmental Libraries.

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To Conduct more no. of students centric programmes More no. of student centric programmes were conducted by alldepartments like Quiz, Seminars, Student Study Projects, BrainStorming, Group Discussions on Current Trends, Role Play,Surveys, Field Trips etc.,

To conduct coaching classes for competitive Exams. Coaching Classes were conducted for Entry into services fromJuly 2016 to February 2017

To conduct Field trips and surveys on current issues with thestudents.

Many Departments arranged field trips, and also surveysconducted on current issues.

To monitor and address the timely needs of the studentsrelated to the Scholarships, Bus/Train passes, Library andSports with a proactive committee attached to Studentswelfare committee.

To fulfill the timely needs of the students that is Scholarships,Online Registration and Library, Sports a separate mechanismwas arranged with faculty and non-teaching staff members.

To conduct meetings with various committees to record theirquality benchmarks and best practices related to therespective committees

Meetings were conducted with various committees and recordedtheir quality benchmarks and best practices related to theircommittees.

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6.5.3 Average number of quality initiatives by IQAC for promoting quality culture per year

Response: 3.6

6.5.3.1 Number of quality initiatives by IQAC for promoting quality year-wise for the last five years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

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6.5.4 Quality assurance initiatives of the institution include

1.Regular meeting of Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC); timely submission of Annual

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Quality Assurance Report (AQAR) to NAAC; Feedback collected, analysed and used forimprovements

2.Academic Administrative Audit (AAA) and initiation of follow up action3.Participation in NIRF4.ISO Certification5.NBA or any other quality audit

Any 4 of the above

Any 3 of the above

Any 2 of the above

Any 1 of the above

Response: Any 3 of the above

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6.5.5 Incremental improvements made during the preceding five years (in case of first cycle) Postaccreditation quality initiatives (second and subsequent cycles)

Response:

Post-Accreditation Initiatives:

Quality Sustenance and Enhancement Measures undertaken during Post AccreditationPeriod 2012-17

S.K.S.D. Mahila Kalasala UG & PG (A), Tanuku, West Godavari District, Andhra Pradesh wasestablished in the year 1982. The institution works in tandem with its Vision & Mission aiming atbecoming a top class Educational Institution through nurturing globally competent skills among itsstudents to face the changing dynamics of the education and to become successful in achievingtheir goals by developing all–round personality of the students. To meet this challenge, the institutestrives to improve by evaluating the strengths and weaknesses in curriculum, teaching, learning,evaluation, research, infrastructure development, and governance. In the two previousaccreditations, the institute was graded with B++ rating owing to the untiring efforts of all thestakeholders of the institution who have an unquenchable quest for excellence.The institute with its achievements, and lessons learnt from its failures, could continuouslyoutperform its competitors. During the post-accreditation period, the SKSD Mahila Kalasala has

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made rapid and significant strides in this direction by introducing several initiatives for qualitysustenance and enhancement in teaching, research and governance. The following are some of theinitiatives:

Academic Initiatives:

Conferment Fresh Autonomous Status to the college from the academic year 2015-16.Introduced Choice Based Credit System in Under Graduate courses.Introduced add on programs, Certificate and Diploma courses. During the period 2012-17, theinstitute has conducted 92 Add-on Programs, 12 Certificate Courses and Diploma programs

Criterion-I: Curricular Aspects:

In the curriculum design and development, the inputs are drawn from the Alumni and IndustryExperts as they are the members of Board of Studies of Autonomous System.Foundation courses on Human Values and Professional Ethics, Environmental Studies, ICT,Communication and Soft Skills, Analytical Skills, Entrepreneurship and Leadership Educationwere introduced for all undergraduate students.Remedial Teaching Programmes are designed by the Institution at the beginning of the academicyear in all subjects for slow learners and disadvantaged students.Introduced mandatory Foundation Courses in Communication Skills, Human values andprofessional ethics, Environmental studies, Entrepreneur development and Leadership, AnalyticalSkills. Introduction of a number of Value Added programmes and Life Skill Programmes are someof the Post NAAC activities undertaken during under curricular aspects.

Criterion-II: Teaching, Learning and Evaluation:

Modern Pedagogical Tools like LCD Projectors, Power point presentations and demonstration ofCharts and Models help in better understanding of the subject. Sixteen e-class rooms wereestablished.Academic Audit was done by the Peer Team appointed by CCE, Govt. of Andhra Pradesh duringthe years 2013-14, 2014-15, 2015-16 and 2016-17.Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) is followed at UG & PG level which facilitates the students’flexibility in choosing the elective subjects and also activities of their interest.Examination section was computerized. Many reforms were introduced in the evaluation process.Photocopy of the valued answer script is given to the student who seeks it, upon payment.Preparation of Question Banks, Providing Academic Packages and maximum utilization of ICT aresome of the Post NAAC activities under Teaching – Learning and Evaluation.

Criterion-III: Research Consultancy and Extension:

Research is a significant activity of the College.C.V.Raman Research Laboratory is established during the period 2014-16. An amount ofRs.2,10,000,/- was spent and purchased latest state of the art equipment to undertake researchactivities in the institute.Library was augmented with number of journals and e-journals for reference by the Faculty andstudents.

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Two faculty members M. Sridevi, K. Venkata Reddy were awarded Ph. D and 02 faculty membersSri. K.Rama Krishna and Smt. K.Kusuma Kumari were awarded M.Phil in the last five years.03 of our faculty members are pursuing part-time research work for their Ph. D degree underdifferent Universities.The institution has conducted 13 Academic Development Programmes like International& National Seminars, National Workshops, Symposium etc., as on date. The faculty has published 130 research papers in International / National referred Journals, 02State level Articles, and Authored 90 Books and monographs produced during the period 2012-17.The college has 20 MoUs with reputed Industries, Educational Institutions, GovernmentOrganizations, and Research Centres. It has helped in conducting a few campus interviews,sponsoring of National Seminars etc,.Faculty members of the college helped the society through different types of consultancies asadjudicators for educational programmes by the government departments, educational institutions,Science internship programmes; consultancies in respective subjects etc.,Conducting of National Seminars, publication of Research papers, books, monographs, linkageswith National organizations, minor research projects, MoUs and conducting academic and societyoutreach programmes are the Post NAAC Activities under Research, Consultancy andExtension.

Criterion-IV: Infrastructure and Learning Resources:

During the last 5 years the management has spent the following amount for the improvement ofinfrastructure and learning resources.

Details were given below:

Budget allocated for infrastructure augmentation Budget utilized for infrastructuredevelopment (Rs.)

Year of allocation

Home Theater 5,00,000.00 2012-2013

CC TVs 5,00,000.00 2012-2013

OFC Internet 2,00,000.00 2012-2013

Sports Equipment (Non- Consumable Equipment)(UGC)

10,00,059.00 2014-2015

Computer & Other Equipment 20,50,000.00 2014-2015

Generator 2,80,000.00 2014-2015

Sports Hostel (UGC) 75,00,000.00 2015-2016

Block Extension 1,55,00,000.00 2015-2016

Auditorium 35,00,000.00 2015-2016

Two LED Screens (In Auditorium) 12,00,000.00 2015-2016

Audio System (In Auditorium) 8,00,000.00 2015-2016

Smart Boards (UGC) 1,80,000.00 2015-2016

Library Building (UGC) 10,00,000.00 2016-2017

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Solar Power Panels 30,00,000.00 2016-2017

Roads (Gravel) 2,00,000.00 2016-2017

Construction of Pond 1,50,000.00 2016-2017

Ayurveda Panchakarma Equipment 5,00,000.00 2016-2017

3 PVC Badminton Flooring (Three woodenbadminton courts) 3 Courts, 12 Rolls

3,90,000.00 2016-2017

Auditorium Extension 4,97,000.00 2016-2017

CC TVs 1,50,000.00 2016-2017

TOTAL: 3,90,97,059.00

There are a total of 245 systems in the Institution. There is central computing facility.The Institutional website is updated regularly.Well equipped Auditorium was constructed with an estimated cost of Rs. 59,97,000/- (RupeesFifty Nine Lakhs Ninety Seven Thousand only).15 new E-Class rooms were provided between 2012-201730 Rare Books were collected and kept in the library.BSNL bandwidth with 40 MBPS internet connectivity was available in the institution.E-content development facilities such as Recording facility & Lecture Capturing System (LCS) wasdeveloped.Institution was registered in National Digital Library to download E-Books & E-Journals.Institution has registered for Inflibnet to get N-List programmes i.e., e-SodhSindhuPreparation of Computer Assisted learning and Computer Assisted Instruction packages are someof the Post NAAC Activities under Infrastructure and learning resources.

Criterion-V: Student Support and Progression:

Sixty students presented papers in National/International Seminars, Conferences etc., organizedby other institutions. Poster presentations and models are displayed in National Seminars.Two degree students got Prathibha Awards of Government of Andhra Pradesh in 2015-16; andfour degree students got District Pratibha Awards in October 2017.17 Endowment Scholarships are instituted by donors with merit prizes to the tune of Rs. 57,500/- isdisbursed annually. Alumni and Five other Non-Governmental organizations were disbursed meritscholarships to the tune of Rs. 7,17,510 for the last five years. Rs. 1 Lakh was deposited inNationalized Bank from Autonomous fund. The interest accrued to be disbursed among themeritorious students.Group Health insurance is continuing to the students for the last five years. In case of anaccidental injuries to the student then the student will get an amount of Rs.10000/- and in case oflife contingency the family members will get an amount of Rs.1 lakh as insurance coverage. Thepremium is paid by the Institution.Coaching for different Competitive Entrance Tests of the Universities during summer vacation,coaching for entry into services, Remedical Coaching classes for SC, ST, OBC students are someof the student support services provided.Vast number of success of our students in competitive exams, i.e., Central and State Governments,clearing of NET, SLET Exams are highlights of student progression.

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373 students got selected through placement cell in campus interviews for various companiesduring this period. 570 students were placed in various private organizations.Sarojini Devi Kalapeetam is strengthened by adding new musical instruments.Effective functioning of Grievance Redressal Cell, Career Guidance and Placement Cell, ActiveWomen Development Cell and Functional Alumni Association are some of the Post NAACActivities under student support and progression.

Criterion-VI: Governance, Leadership and Management

Institution encourages all the staff to attend professional development programmes / Conferences /Seminars by providing T.A, Leave etc.,Effective functioning of Internal Quality Assurance Cell, decentralized governance, Participative,Positive, and Proactive Management. E-governance in areas of operation i.e., planning anddevelopment, administration, finance and accounts, students admission, attendance management,examinations reforms are some of the e-governance initiatives taken up by the Management.Effective functioning of various bodies / cells and committees like Women Development Cell,Strengthening of ICT are some of the Post NAAC Activities under Governance andLeadership.

Criterion-VII: Innovations and Best Practices:

Compulsory morning prayer and assembly to all UG and PG StudentsYoga was made part of curriculum. Introduced Yoga classes for Degree & PG Students.Declaration as Plastic Free campusSupporting for Cashless TransactionsTo ensure energy conservation and eco-friendly campus 50 KW Solar Panel System is establishedin the college.Effective functioning of Mentor and Mentee systemResearch Culture was developed in the college, Participation and organization ofSeminars/Conferences/Workshops by faculty and students are increased.Value added and skill development courses were introduced.Green audit conducted regularly.Department of Botany developed a Nursery for the distribution ofplants to the students for plantation. Psychology counselling and wellness centre.

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Criterion 7 - Institutional Values and Best Practices

7.1 Institutional Values and Social Responsibilities 7.1.1 Number of gender equity promotion programs organized by the institution during the last five

years

Response: 17

7.1.1.1 Number of gender equity promotion programs organized by the institution year-wise during the lastfive years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

4 4 2 3 4

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7.1.2 Institution shows gender sensitivity in providing facilities such asa) Safety and Securityb) Counsellingc) Common Room

Response:

The institution has security arrangement (24 x 7) with adequate security staff on the campus,working in shifts to ensure campus safety and security and they also monitor the entry and exit ofpersonnel.The campus is under the surveillance of CCTV cameras and is monitored regularly.Short term course on self defence (Karate) was started in the college to instill confidence among thestudents.Committee against sexual harassment, and Grievance Redressal has been constituted to resolvegrievences keeping in view the welfare, safety and security of the students as per UGC- MHRDguidelines and Anti- Ragging and Sexual Harassment Policy.

Counselling:

The Institute has a well-established and functional system for student support and mentoring(personal, academic and career counseling) i.e. Mentor-Mentee Program.At the beginning of every academic year the Institute conducts orientation programs and counselingsessions to all the fresh students so as to create a mindset conducive to learning.The mentors meet the mentees regularly and enquire the over all performance and also to clear anydoubts and to counsel if necessary.

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The institute has appointed a qualified Psychologist to provide expert services for psychologicalcounseling if required.The institute is also practices ward counseling for personal development of the student

Common Room:

The college provided all its departments with facilities like staff rooms and restrooms. Common room and Rest Rooms for students with facilities for dining,relaxation etc.

7.1.3 Percentage of annual power requirement of the Institution met by the renewable energysources

Response: 87.5

7.1.3.1 Annual power requirement met by renewable energy sources (in KWH)

Response: 35

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7.1.4 Percentage of annual lighting power requirements met through LED bulbs

Response: 18.75

7.1.4.1 Annual lighting power requirement met through LED bulbs (in KWH)

Response: 3

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7.1.5 Waste Management steps including:• Solid waste management • Liquid waste management• E-waste management

Response:

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The institute has taken various initiatives to keep campus green and eco-friendly. These include energyconservation, water harvesting, bio-hazard or waste management, plantation of trees, laying of lawns aswell as e-waste management etc.

Bio hazardous waste management is carried out as per the standard protocols and guidelines.The waste generated from the microbiology labs, chemistry and other labs are carefully discardedthrough proper channels where the sewage system has been done in eco-friendly manner.The institute have started creating compost from the solid wate generated in the hostel.The IT department collects all the unused electronic equipment for disposal.

7.1.6 Rain water harvesting structures and utilization in the campus

Response:

The Institute has rainwater harvesting structures for groundwater recharge. Low lying areas and pitsare dug for rain water harvesting.Planning and design of rooftop rainwater harvesting system from different buildings in the campusfor direct use is in process.Public awareness programs on water harvesting, conservation is conducted regularly with amessage to the students and public on rain water harvesting, conservation and recycling of wastewater.

7.1.7 Green Practices• Students, staff usinga) Bicyclesb) Public Transportc) Pedestrian friendly roads• Plastic-free campus• Paperless office• Green landscaping with trees and plants

Response:

45 to 50 per cent of the students use bicycles as mode of transport from home to the Institution andback. Only 12 to 15 percent use public transport for attending the Institution. Rest of the studentseither use Institution transport or come by walk as they reside in nearby colonies.Most of the faculty use the public transport and Institution bus. Negligible staff use personalvehicles for attending the Institution.The Institution has laid pedestrian friendly roads in the campus from the parking lots as the campusis declared vehicle free zone.

Plastic free campus

The Institution is declared as plastic free campus and in the Institution canteen paper cups are

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replaced in place of plastic cups.

Paperless office

Efforts are made to introduce e-governance and plans are to declare paperless office by 2020.

Green landscaping with trees and plants

The Institution has made all efforts to keep the surroundings clean and green by adding landscapingand planting plants and also adding potted plants along the length of compound wall and walkingtracks. Students of Botany are caring out a study for identification and naming of all the plants andlabeling of the trees.Several measures have been initiated to ensure green practices. All the Institution buildings arespacious and airy with wide doors and windows which allow maximum natural light and air.The landscape in the quadrangle and the well-laid out garden in the front side of the Institution withplanting of ornamental trees makes it a green-campus.The Institution observes vanamahotsavam week during the month of July of every year andconducts awareness programmes on plantation in which staff and students actively participates.The Institution conducted Vanam-Manam Programme on 29th July, 2016 initiated by theGovernment of Andhra Pradesh. Nearly 100 saplings were planted behind the Western Block of theInstitution in which staff and students took part. Almost 1000 saplings were distributed to thestudents in the Institution by the Hon’ble Local MLA Sri A. Radha Krishna so as to enable themto plant in their villages.There are six full time gardeners to take care of gardens and campus.

7.1.8 Average percentage expenditure on green initiatives and waste management excluding salarycomponent during the last five years

Response: 4.36

7.1.8.1 Total expenditure on green initiatives and waste management excluding salary component year-wise during the last five years(INR in Lakhs)

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

4.87 4.64 3.39 1.97 2.11

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7.1.9 Differently abled (Divyangjan) Friendliness Resources available in the institution:

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1.Physical facilities2.Provision for lift3.Ramp / Rails4.Braille Software/facilities5.Rest Rooms6.Scribes for examination7.Special skill development for differently abled students8.Any other similar facility (Specify)

A. 7 and more of the above

B. At least 6 of the above

C. At least 4 of the above

D. At least 2 of the above

Response: D. At least 2 of the above

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7.1.10 Number of Specific initiatives to address locational advantages and disadvantages during thelast five years

Response: 17

7.1.10.1 Number of specific initiatives to address locational advantages and disadvantages year-wiseduring the last five years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

4 3 3 3 4

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five years (Not addressed elsewhere)

Response: 8

7.1.11.1 Number of initiatives taken to engage with and contribute to local community year-wise duringthe last five years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

2 1 1 1 3

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7.1.12Code of conduct handbook exists for students, teachers, governing body, administration includingVice Chancellor / Director / Principal /Officials and support staff

Response: Yes

7.1.13 Display of core values in the institution and on its website

Response: Yes

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7.1.14 The institution plans and organizes appropriate activities to increase consciousness aboutnational identities and symbols; Fundamental Duties and Rights of Indian citizens and otherconstitutional obligations

Response: Yes

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7.1.15 The institution offers a course on Human Values and professional ethics

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Response: Yes

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7.1.16 The institution functioning is as per professional code of prescribed / suggested by statutorybodies / regulatory authorities for different professions

Response: Yes

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7.1.17 Number of activities conducted for promotion of universal values (Truth, Righteous conduct,Love, Non-Violence and peace); national values, human values, national integration, communalharmony and social cohesion as well as for observance of fundamental duties during the last fiveyears

Response: 26

7.1.17.1 Number of activities conducted for promotion of universal values (Truth, Righteous conduct,Love, Non-Violence and peace); national values, human values, national integration, communal harmonyand social cohesion as well as for observance of fundamental duties year-wise during the last five years

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

7 7 5 5 2

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7.1.18 Institution organizes national festivals and birth / death anniversaries of the great Indianpersonalities

Response:

YES

Institute celebrates National Festivals like Independce Day, Republic Day, Christmas Day. Alsocelebrates birth / death anniversaries of great personalities like, Swamy Vivekananda, Mahatma

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Gandhi, Lal Bahadru Sasthry, BR Ambedkar, Pandit JawaharLal Nehru, Bharata Ratna SarvepalliRadhakrishna, Moulana Abul Kalam Azad, Bharata Ratna APJ Abdul Kalam, Andhra KesariTanguturi Prakasam Pantulu, Sri Potti Sri Ramulu, Sri Pingali Venkaiah, Sri Alluri Sita Rama Raju,Sri Kandukuri Veeresalingam etc.

7.1.19 The institution maintains complete transparency in its financial, academic, administrative andauxiliary functions

Response:

In order to make the Institution responsive to the aims and objectives, all the departments of theInstitution and the offices are governed on the principles of participation and transparency, makingthe academic and administrative planning to go hand in hand. The Principal heads theadministrative set up, ably assisted by Vice Principals, the staff Council, HODs, and various otheradministrative and management Committees.The admission for all the courses in the institute are done as per the norms and guidelines stipulatedby the government of Andhra Pradesh and the affiliating Adikavi Nannaya University. Theeligibility criteria for admission of students for the course offered by the institute is advertisedthrough hoardings and distribution of pamphlets etc., and also placed in its web portal. Theprocess dates and regulations for applications are announced in the same advertisement. Theadmission process is carried out by inter-se merit of marks obtained in the qualifying examinationconducted by State Boards.The admission for all the Post Graduate courses is done as per the affiliationg University norms andare admitted through an entrance examibation conducted by the University.Transparency in the evaluation process is ensured by giving the answer scripts of internalassessment examination to the students for review.

7.2 Best Practices 7.2.1 Describe at least two institutional best practices (as per NAAC Format)

Response:

Best Practice - I

1. Title of the Practice

Performance monitoring through Ward Counsellor

2. Objectives of the Practice

To strive for higher performance of students and over all development of students joined with theInstitution.To monitor and coach for overall performance of the students during her stay with the Institution.To monitor individual performance and to provide required support to enrich their academic

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performance.

3. The Context

Coaching and mentoring can directly affect the bottom line of any student. It is a critical tool tomonitor and observe students performance and over all development in her behavior, attitude,health, discipline and performance of the student.Coaching and mentoring in a way help the student in promoting her overall development andperformance in education and skill development.

4. The Practice

Each faculty member is allotted 10-12 students to coach and observe the students in their studiesand in overall performance of the students.The ward counselor regularly meet the students and enquire the overall performance and also toclear any doubts and to counsel if necessary.In the ward counselor system the counselor contacts the parents and informs deficiencies inattendance and performance in examinations and suggests remedial actions to be taken.The counselor monitors attendance, performance in internal and semester exams and suggestswherever remedial coaching is required.The ward counselor advises and counsel the student about the value added courses and requiredskills to be added so as to compete in the job market.

5. Evidence of Success

As there is regular monitoring the performance of the students there is drastic improvement inattendance, discipline, and performance of the students. Students are freely expressed their problems both academic and personal to the mentors who in turnhelp the students to overcome any problems related to education and overall performance of thestuden.

6. Problems Encountered and Resources Required

Time constraint for both students and teachers.Students always feel stressed and feel that the pressure is building on them for studies.

Best Practice – II:

1. Title of the Practice

SKSD Career Guidance and Placement Cell

2. Objectives of the Practice

To help and guide the student to fulfill his/her ambition of getting placement in a dream company /organization after Graduation.SKSD efforts to organize awareness seminars and campus recruitment training programs,

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orientation on job opportunities offered by various industries / companies.To organize orientation programs on various techniques and methods to equip the student to facethe interview board of the companies visiting for campus placement drive.

3. The Context

The students, during their initial period of studies, are not motivated towards their destination orambition in their life. It is only during the final year the students start giving serious thought anddreaming for their future and is felt in dilemma either to go for higher studies or to choose a career.At this point it is imperative that the Institution intervenes, counsels, encourages them in settinggoal in their life and advice to work hard. As the Institution knows her performance during thepreceding years, the guidance cell advises either to go for higher studies of their choice or take up aprofession of her interest. Based on the choice the student is advised to choose appropriate add onprogram offered and to improve their skill by adding qualifications and skills.Career Guidance and Placement cell of SKSD plays a vital role in empowering the studentcommunity by way of providing counselling, training in appropriate skills and securing job.The Cell disseminates information regarding the availability of jobsIt gives information about centres of excellence in higher educationIt provides clear guidance about employment opportunitiesIt arranges campus interviews and off-campus interviews.It conducts training programmes periodically in soft skills

4. The Practice

To meet the rapid changes in the technology and the requirements of the industry our cell afteridentifying the knowledge gaps among the students conducts Value Added Courses on differentthemes and subjects. The other unique feature of the training programme is the need analysis doneamong the students and based on their needs they are exposed to various skills and techniquesrequired. The effectiveness and usefulness of the training programme is analyzed through thefeedback collected from each and every student.Soft Skill training, pre placement training is given based on student’s core subject which isfollowed by aptitude training. The aptitude training is also given to the students for three daysbefore every interview is scheduled. Further, the students are also exposed in Managementtechniques, psycho matrix tests etc to make them assertive to corporate culture.The Institution also has tie-up with Jawahar Knowledge Centre (JKC) and during 2016-2017 about221 students belonging to various classes enrolled in the JKC. JKC IT Associate takes classes onall Monday and Tuesday for the students in various employability skills like soft skills,communication skills, group discussions, interview skills etc.The job descriptions are put in the notice board of the placement office. The placement cell alsohas the database of the eligible students with them. The students who are really passionate for thejob profile are expected to register their name in the placement cell.

5. Evidence of Success

Most of the girls students are showing the enthusiasm to appear for various competitive exams likeState Service examinations, Bank POs etc. Required coaching is organised for the preparation ofthese exams also apart from regular add on programmes imparting various skill up-gradationcourses.

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The SKSD Placement Cell has organised the following job melas and also campus drives whereinmany students of SKSD got placements.

PLACEMENTS - 2016-2017

Sl.No.

COMPANY STUDENTSSELECTED

1 Indian ImmunologicalLimited

03

2 Wipro Technologies

05-11-2016

15

3 Infosys

16-12-2016

27

4 HGS 355 Dr.Reddy’s Lab 166 Others 140TOTAL: 236

MEGA JOB MELA IN CAMPUS

Sl.No.

COMPANYSTUDENTS SELECTED

1 Victory HRConsultant,Pratian Technologies,BIG C,

TATA BSS,AliensGroup,MarvelLands &Farms,

GammaProcessHub(Polaris),Victory HRConsultant

Dated:

86 (Other Students)

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22-10-2016Apart from the above mentioned on Campus selections, a good number of our final year girls attendthe off campus drives conducted at various places in the district and are also taken directly from thecampus by renowned local schools like Montessori, Roots, and Sri Chaitanya Techno etc., to workas Tutor guides or part time teachers in their institutes. Some of the girls are going for selfemployment in lace making, pickle making or marketing Tupper Ware etc. Due to continuousmotivation and orientation given the employment from all the sources in various forms has resultedin about 57% our students becoming self reliant at the end of the academic year with decentplacements including self employment.

6. Problems Encountered and Resources Required

The cell and its members understand that most of the girls are lagging behind in the onlineexamination pattern, soft skills and communication skills which is a major hindrance for them ingetting a decent placement.Hence, the challenging task of preparing the students in these aspects istaken up seriously and spoken English, Reasoning, Aptitude, Emotional Intelligence and Tallyclasses are regularly conducted on the campus after the regular classes. The Institution is wellequipped with the internet lab and systems where the girl students are trained on online applicationfilling and exam patterns.

7.3 Institutional Distinctiveness 7.3.1 Describe/Explain the performance of the institution in one area distinctive to its vision, priority

and thrust

Response:

S.K.S.D. Mahila Kalasala aims at opening vistas of women to dream bigger and realize theirinnate potential. The Epithet of Institutional Vision is Satyam, Sivam and Sundaram. Satyammeans the truth and absolute reality. Shivam the ultimate good and truth in action. Sundaram meansbeauty. The greatest beauty is to see the totality of self. It is available only to those who are notliving a closed life of fear and paranoia but with all the windows open. The essence of the epitheticarticulation of institutional vision is to be the leader in women education by pursuing the standardsand best practices of excellence in different dimensions for the holistic development with a studentdelight and sense of achievement through quality education with a value base; mould intellectuallycompetent, morally upright, socially committed and spiritually inspired persons, by impartingholistic and personalized education. The institution is global in outlook, but rooted in the aspirations of the people of the region. Theconceptional vision since institutional inception is to cater to the needs of the region with direabsence of the women literacy and education. The initial student strength of 47 now at 1737 speaksof the thrust and mobilization by the institution in the direction of women education. Up to 1987the women education in the region is pinned to intermediate level and now they are sensitized tothink it of minimum graduation. It is no secret that women going to Institution used to belooked unsafe in this region as in many parts of the world. Yet, women education isprioritized as the key to opening up new dimensions in their lives aiming to promoteintercultural understanding and social cohesion, civically responsible just citizens empowered,

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employable and emotionally intelligent to foster a better familial and social fibre to bring up thechildren with strong fundamentals to build a strong India.The institutional eco-system is geared up to be globally competent, locally relevant and skilloriented to promote employability, with a more comprehensive assessment of student performancedeveloping a culture of exploration, ideation, flexibility with an ethos of diversity and excellence.For empowerment through self employment, the Institution initiated value added programmeslike Journalism and Mass communication, Beautician Course, Diploma in Yoga, in tune with theemerging trends and local needs. Besides, career orientation, multi-skill development, feedbacksystem and involvement of stakeholders in curriculum are much focused.Integrated care system is assured with a dynamic academic ambience of, conferences, workshops,departmental organized seminars, symposia and colloquia interspersed throughout the year. Theinstitution organizes programmes and sensitizes on environmental issues, organic farming,medicinal plants, green practices besides personality building, career counseling and spirituality.Social Commitment ever flows genially in the institution ensuring community spirit, religious andnational integration. Thus, empowerment of women educationally, socially, economically,physically and emotionally is deeply ingrained in the canons of the Institution for the realization ofthe true potential (satyam), virtue (sivam) and beautiful dimensions of life(sundaram) of women.

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5. CONCLUSION

Additional Information :

The primary purpose of the Institution to undergo the process of 3rd Cycle Assessment and Accreditation byNAAC is the desire to evaluate its continuous performance during the last one decade and to identify itsstrengths and opportunities to move confidently into the challenging future.

A Steering Committee was constituted with all the HODs to prepare SSR. The HODs have collected data fromthe respective departments regarding curricular, research, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities includingextension services. Departmental meetings were held to ensure total involvement of all the staff members.

Steering Committee was constituted for preparation of NAAC Self Study Report with the following Members.

1. Dr. P. Aruna, Principal, Chairman2. Dr. B. Naga Padmavathi, Vice-Principal, SG Lecturer, Coordinator3. Dr. D. M. Neeraja, Vice-Principal, Reader, Member4. Smt. K. Vani, SG Lecturer, Member5. Sri. G. A. K. Nehru, SG Lecturer, Member6. Smt. G. Kusuma Kumari, SG Lecturer, Member7. Smt. G. Indira Kumari, Lecturer, Member8. Sri. K. Rama Krishna, Lecturer, Member

The Committee interacted with all the Heads, staff, Student representatives and administrative staff andobtained necessary inputs. The present SSR and the supporting information was considered adequate to bepresented to NAAC for assessment and accreditation. The quantitative and qualitative data submitted to theNAAC presents the institutional academic and non-academic activities, achievements, strengths, limitations andarea of improvement relating to the all-round development of the Institution as an Institute of excellence.

Concluding Remarks :

SKSD Mahila Kalasala UG & PG (Autonomous), Tanuku, W.G. District, Andhra Pradesh was established inthe year 1982 with the motto “Satyam, Sivam, Sundaram” which means to impart education being on truth,beauty and sustenance. Keeping in view, the importance of women education, Sri Chitturi Subba Rao, aphilanthropist and an industrialist established the Institution in memory of his late sister Smt. KondepatiSarojini Devi. The Institution was recognized under 2(f) and 12 (B) of the UGC Act and also got its autonomystatus from UGC from the academic year 2015-16.

The institution, during these four decades, became a premier institution providing quality education. At presentthe Institution has 62 well qualified and experienced faculty, nearly 1750 students in both UG & PG offering 3UG and 2 P.G programmes with 12 combinations. There are 7 combinations in B. Sc, 2 in B.Com, 1 in B.A and2 in M.Sc. This enables the students to have choice to choose their programmes for admission into Institution.Some of the above combinations are career-oriented and vocational. In addition, a number of short-term add-onprogrammes were conducted by all the departments.

The Institution is responsible in creating a friendly and amicable ambience where all the women students from

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different places, communities and backgrounds, practice religious tolerance as well as mutual cooperation toachieve common goals.

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6.ANNEXURE

Metrics Level Deviations

No Deviations

2.Extended Profile DeviationsID Extended Questions1.1 Number of programs offered year-wise for last five years

Answer before DVV Verification:

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

4 4 4 4 4

1.2 Number of all programs offered by the institution during the last five yearsAnswer before DVV Verification : 4

1.3 How many self-financed Programs does the institution offerAnswer before DVV Verification : 3

1.4 Number of new programmes introduced during the last five years, if anyAnswer before DVV Verification : 1

2.1 Number of students year-wise during the last five years

Answer before DVV Verification:

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

1510 1391 1284 1272 1257

2.3 Total number of outgoing / final year studentsAnswer before DVV Verification : 2025

2.4 Number of students appeared in the examination conducted by the Institution, year-wise during thelast five years

Answer before DVV Verification:

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

1510 1391 1284 1272 1257

3.1 Number of courses in all programs year-wise during the last five years

Answer before DVV Verification:

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

10 10 10 10 10

3.2 Number of courses offered by the institution across all programs during the last five yearsAnswer before DVV Verification : 10

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3.4 Number of full time teachers worked in the institution during the last 5 yearsAnswer before DVV Verification : 62

3.5 Number of teachers recognized as guides during the last five yearsAnswer before DVV Verification : 02

3.6 Number of sanctioned posts year-wise during the last five years

Answer before DVV Verification:

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

62 62 62 62 62

3.7 Total number of publications during the last 5 years, which are included in online databases such asSCOPUS, web of science or PubMed/ Indian Citation IndexAnswer before DVV Verification : 108

4.1 Number of eligible applications received for admissions to all the programs year-wise during the lastfive years

Answer before DVV Verification:

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

875 831 714 733 580

4.2 Number of seats earmarked for reserved category as per GOI/State Govt rule year-wise during thelast five years

Answer before DVV Verification:

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

379 346 346 346 303

Answer After DVV Verification:

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

312 286 286 286 250

4.3 Total number of classrooms and seminar hallsAnswer before DVV Verification : 33

4.5 Total Expenditure excluding salary year-wise during the last five years ( INR in Lakhs)

Answer before DVV Verification:

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13

105.72 180.99 51.36 40.54 66.61

4.6 Annual lighting power requirement (in KWH)Answer before DVV Verification : 16 KWH

4.7 Annual power requirement of the institution (in KWH)Answer before DVV Verification : 40 KWH

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