Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) Annual Quality Assurance Report For the period 1 st July 2010 to 30 th June 2011 of GOVERNMENT SCIENCE COLLEGE, CHITRADURGA 577501 KARNATAKA STATE Submitted to NATIONAL ASSESSMENT AND ACCREDITATION COUNCIL An Autonomous Institution of the University Grants Commission P. Box. No. 1075, Opp: NLSIU, Nagarbhavi, Bangalore - 560 072 India
2.14 Significant Activities and contributions made by IQAC
2.15 Plan of Action by IQAC/Outcome
The Plan of Action chalked out by the IQAC in the beginning of the year towards quality
enhancement and the outcome achieved by the end of the year *
Plan of Action Achievements
• Orienting the students towards
socio – economical relationships,
Preparing them to face the
competitive modern world, mould
them to become job creators but
not job seekers
• Organising Orientation programme for I year UG and PG Classes.
• Organising seminars/conferences /workshops
• To enhance infrastructural facilities
• Orientation was conducted at the beginning of
the year for the freshers makingthem to know
the importance of Basic Sciences and their
• The state level and institutional level seminars
were conducted and resource persons of
national and international recognition were
invited for sharing their knowledge with the
students. The students happily interacted with
the resource persons.
• Organised Orientation programme
• Action plan was drawn at the beginning of the academic year to identify programmes to be conducted by all the departments, Cells and Committees were set up for quality maintenance and development.
• The College IQAC monitors and coordinates the planning and implementation of curricular, co-curricular activities like teaching –learning evaluation. The IQAC arranged guest lectures, Quiz programme and student study projects and coordinate the functioning of different committees like Internal examination committee and Orientation committee etc....
• Orientation programmes for students Communication skill development, Conferences, Seminars, Workshops, Cultural Events are supported morally and financially by IQAC.
Criterion – I 1. Curricular Aspects 1.1 Details about Academic Programmes
Level of the Programme
Number of existing
Number of programmes added
during the year
Number of self-financing programmes
Number of value added / Career
PhD -- - - - PG 04 - - - UG 02 - - -
PG Diploma -- - - - Advanced Diploma - - - -
Diploma - - - - Certificate - - - -
Others - - - - Total 06 - - -
Interdisciplinary - - - - Innovative - - - -
1.2 (i) Flexibility of the Curriculum: CBCS/Core/Elective option / Open options PG: CBCS and Elective Option UG: Open Options (ii) Pattern of programmes:
1.3 Feedback from stakeholders*Alumni Parents EmployersStudents (On all aspects)
Mode of feedback :Online Manual Co-operating schools (for PEI)
*Please provide an analysis of the feedback in the Annexure–Enclosed Annexure-II 1.4 Whether there is any revision/update of regulation or syllabi, if yes, mention their salient aspects. 1.5 Any new Department/Centre introduced during the year. If yes, give details.
2.9 No. of faculty members involved in curriculum Restructuring/revision/syllabus development as member of Board of Study/Faculty/Curriculum Development workshop 2.10 Average percentage of attendance of students 2.11 Course/Programme wise distribution of pass percentage : PG : 40 % UG : 35 %
3.26 Major Activities during the year in the sphere of extension activities and Institutional Social Responsibility
• NCC activities like camps e.g., CATC Combined anniversary training camp ), Dal sainik camp, Army attached camp, Basic leadership camp, Republic day camp which are organised by both state and central governments. For these camps students were sent.
• NSS camps at various selected villages for giving awareness about health, cleanliness, education, environment, animal husbandry, agricultural based programmes and cultural programmes.
• Women empowerment cell activity and report as in Annexure III
4.5 Computer, Internet access, training to teachers and students and any other programme for technology up gradation (Networking, e-Governance etc.)
4.6 Amount spent on maintenance in lakhs :
i) ICT ii) Campus Infrastructure and facilities iii) Equipments iv) Others Total :
1. Computers are provided to all the departments with Internet access. 2. Some of the faculty members of the college are shortlisted for computer training. �) Basic computer fundamentals training have been provided to students all the 4 PG courses
5.1 Contribution of IQAC in enhancing awareness about Student Support Services
5.2 Efforts made by the institution for tracking the progression
5.3 (a) Total Number of students
(b) No. of students outside the state
(c) No. of international students
UG PG Ph.D Others
891 232 - -
The New programs like ‘Hosahejje’ and ‘Aapthamithra’ projects : encouraged among the students.the dream project of collegiate education with different strategies aims at achieving social justice, equity through higher education, empowering students to become responsible citizens, empowering women and marginalized through higher education, Quality achievement and sustenance in tertiary education, supervising and coordinating various components of higher education. It creates human resources in the form of teachers and students through various academic programmes. Govt. Science College, Chitradurga,has taken initiation in implementing all these projects and reach out to students in achieving excellence in all spheres of their education and life.
The college has constituted various committees for tracking and monitoring the progress of each activity.
� The Principal is the Chairperson for all the committees. � Each committee is headed by a Convenor and 4-5 faculty members. � Student mentoring system was initiated. � Student counselling at the time admission was done. � Slow learners are guided
5.6 Details of student counseling and career guidance
No. of students benefitted 07
5.7 Details of campus placement -
On campus Off Campus
Number of Organizations
Number of Students Participated
Number of Students Placed
Number of Students Placed
- - 7 -
5.8 Details of gender sensitization programmes
5.9 Students Activities
5.9.1 No. of students participated in Sports, Games and other events
State/ University level National level International level
No. of students participated in cultural events
State/ University level National level International level
The coordinators and counseling committees were attended the students problems doubts with proper suggestions and guidance. During the current year 2010-11 counselling have been done to many students who are experiencing personal problems with test taking , deciding optional subjects, family problems , exam stress , incomputable in social situations, confusion , anger, depressed most of the time, anxiety, negative thinking, difficulty in adjusting college etc. Most of the student benefitted from the counseling.
The counseling committees have been formed by Principal in the month of July-2010 and selected the following members.
3.EThippeswamy B Member
4.Arun G L B Member
5.Naveen Kumar B Member
Meeting was conducted with girl students staying in PG house and discussed about their problems by Women cell.
6.3.5 Library, ICT and physical infrastructure / instrumentation
6.3.6 Human Resource Management
1. Teaching methods were improved by the introduction of multiple choice questions in the classes and the students were asked to answer in prescribed time so that the regular classes and tests are evaluated simultaneously.
2. Conference was arranged by Botany Dept
To improve the results, internal tests are conducted after the completion of topic / unit. Extra lectures are conducted by the faculties to complete the syllabus in the stipulated time. After the theory examination, answer papers are assessed, by following strictly the rules and regulations laid down by the university and the result is declared in the stipulated time.
The staff and the students of the department are encouraged to participate in various scientific programmes like conferences, workshops science exhibitions with curriculum based projects motivatingteachers to take up research projects.
•Guiding teachers to improve API (Academic Performance Indicators) through participation in conferences and through publishing of articles, books and research work.
•Improving departmental library and laboratory facilities for research.
• The department possess library with a good number of valuable reference books, well equipped laboratories.
• Library will be upgraded with RFID ( radio frequency identification ) and more Computers
• There are plans for the construction of New class rooms
In the institution, the process of assessing adequate human power requirements, staff recruiting, monitoring and planning professional development programmes are managed by Department of Collegiate Education.
6.9 What efforts are made by the University/ Autonomous College for Examination Reforms?
6.10 What efforts are made by the University to promote autonomy in the affiliated/constituent colleges?
6.11 Activities and support from the Alumni Association
6.12 Activities and support from the Parent – Teacher Association
6.13 Development programmes for support staff
6.14 Initiatives taken by the institution to make the campus eco-friendly
• Davangere University has done computerisation of entire examination system. • Online registration of examination forms and uploading the semester exams. • Results are carried out per schedule mentioned in college calendar. • The mark, statements, hall tickets and processing of examinations and
application forms in time.
Annual Meeting organized by Alumni association was held more than 100 members attended the meeting
Parent-Teachers’ Meetings help to communicate with parents and this helps them to know about their children excelling in academic progress.
Development programmes for supporting staff:
DTI organize training programmes for supporting staff.
• Gardens are maintained with care. • Use of non –biodegradable materials prohibited in
GOVERNMENT SCIENCE COLLEGE, CHITRADURGA. Calendar of events for the year 2010-11
S. No. Event UG Course PG Course ODD SEMESTER
1. Opening of the college July 1st 2010 August 1st 2010 2. Admissions June 15th to July 15th July 4th week 3. Commencement of the classes 1st week of July 1st week of August 4. Orientation programme for freshers 1st week of July 1st week of August 5. Inauguration of cultural, NCC,
NSS and Sports programmes In month of August In month of August
6. Class Internal I test 1st week of September 1st week of October 7. Class Internal II test 2nd week of October 2nd week of
November 8. Practical Internals - Last week of
November 9. Practical exam Last week of October Last week of
December 10. Closing of Odd semester Last week of October Last week of
November 11. Theory examinations November-December December -January
EVEN SEMESTER 12. Reopening of the college January 1st 2011 February 1st 2011 13. Commencement of the classes 1st week of January 1st week of February 14. NSS Camp /NCC Camp During February During February 15. Class Internal I test 1st week of March Last week of March 16. Class Internal II test 2nd week of April Last week of April 17. Valedictory of cultural, NCC, NSS
and Sports programmes Last week of April Last week of April
18. Practical Internals - 1st week of May 19. Practical exam Last week of April Last week of June 20. Closing of Odd semester April 30th May 30th 21. Theory examinations May-June June-July
Department of collegiate Education Government Science College Chitradurga-577501
NAAC Accredited B 2.77CGPA [Affiliated to Davangere University]
FEED BACK FOR THE YEAR 2010-11
Academic audit committee will determine standards and Benchmarking for student feedback on teaching and units. Unit evaluation applied standards will provide a basis for benchmarking in unit, program quality, assurance & review processes. The standards will take into account for
known contextual factors.
Student, teacher, parent, public survey results were aggregated at different levels, including individual, unit, discipline, department, faculty, program and University. The appropriate level of aggregation for reporting of feedback survey results depends on the specific purpose(s) of the particular rating or criteria used.
Details of reporting frameworks and appropriate levels of aggregation for survey 1. InFeedback 75% 2. Student-teacher relationship 78% 3. Student – institution facilities 70% 4. Curriculum-Teacher feedback 74% 5. Curriculum-student feedback 80% 6. Quality of teaching 85% 7. Peer group –feedback within college 89.4% 8. Feedback by the External 80.9% 9. Quality of research 70% 10. Five point scale report grades 3.5 – 4.5
The policy and procedures used in the collection, analysis, reporting and use of student/other stake holder feedback provide a foundation for embedding into a continuous cycle of quality enhancement at individual, unit, program, department, faculty and University levels. Student feedback is used for recognition and rewards applications, but these purposes are secondary to quality enhancement. Some of the poor and satisfactory feedback is utilized in faculty and department’ s systematic learning and teaching evaluation plan in formal and informal approaches. The criteria’ s key factors and questions focused, comprehensive, consistent and improvement oriented, addressing the various levels and key questions. The answers to these questions will provided an important foundation for improving the quality of teaching and student achievement in college. The Institutional audit committee is guided the teachers- student centric programs of learning that address agreed curriculum standards and employ contemporary learning resources and activities. Eachstudent engaged in rigorous and
stimulating programs of learning that meet their individual needs and prepare them for success in modern national/global education scenario. Students and teachers routinely collaborate, build and share knowledge using digital technologies – blogs, file sharing, social networking, and EDU sat conferencing. Students and teachers are able to innovate in their use of ICT to achieve learning outcomes The institutional Assessment and Audit committee regularly monitors with evidence and proper guidance on enhancing the quality of teaching and student performance. Regular interaction ofsuch meetings are conducted at the departmental level so as to have a better rapport with the parents and other stakeholders.
The feedback research evidence is clears, creative individual given great feedback, and every teacher is capable of giving more effective feedback
However, feedback is only one part of the equation. It is not a substitute or reme
WOMEN EMPOWERMENT CELL ACTIVITY AND REPORT THEME : Raising voice against Female Foeticide
On 4/5/21011 WEC organized a program at Conference Hall at 10 a.m.
Chief Guest : Smt. SunithaMallikarjun,
The program commenced at 10 a.m. with a Prayer .after extending a warm welcome to the dignitaries, staff: teaching, nonteaching, students , Press etc In the intrrductory talk, Dr. Jyoti. S. Uppar, Convenor, WEC outlined the objectives of the forum. She spoke on the “Historical and Modern Perspective of Violence against Women”
She touched on various topics ; � Womens rights being violated. � Women is clubbed with underpriviledged. � Female fetuses discarded/ female foeticide � Caesarean operations being done on a large scale � Hysterectomy at the prime age � Tandoori murder case � Practice of Sati, Kauher by Queen and princesses � Child marriages � Horror statistics/ trafficking of girls across borders equivalent to a holocaust. � Pay disparity from filmstars to farm labours
Resource Person and Chief Guest Smt. SunithaMallikarjun held the view that men need not be painted in a bad way. She elaborated on the role of her own husband in providing encouragement. She made a special announcement of the “ MahilaSahayavani” a toll free helpline and a” free legal aid” available at the Municipality for the redressal of women’ s grievances.
Prof.T.V.Sanamma enumerated several examples of crime against women and the need to develop confidence in our own abilities.
In his Presidential address, Prof. C.K.Maheshwarappa was very impressed about the program and asked the students to derive inspiration from the madams itself and approach for guidance.
OATH taking ceremony against Foeticide :
In my lifetime under any circumstances I will not directly or indirectly support foeticide.