Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) Annual Quality Assurance Report For the period 1 st July 2009 to 30 th June 2010 of GOVERNMENT SCIENCE COLLEGE, CHITRADURGA – 577 501 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
• To promote measures for institutional functioning towards seminars and workshops at state level and national level.
Organised Orientation programme Organised seminars Purchased 18 Number of Computer systems- 02 LCD projectors purchased Tours programmes Conducted Proposals are submitted Conducted as per university guidelines PG students submitted study projects Conducted and many students donated blood Celebrated State level, national and international level paper presentations made by the faculty.
* Attach the Academic Calendar of the year-. Enclosed Annexure I
• Action plan was drawn at the beginning of the academic year to identify programmes to be conducted by all the departments, cells and committees for quality sustenance 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....
1.2 (i) Flexibility of the Curriculum: a) CBCS and Elective option for PG b) Core subjects and languages for UG (ii) Pattern of programmes:
1.3 Feedback from stakeholders* Alumni Parents Employers Students (On all aspects)
Mode of feedback : Online Manual Co-operating schools (for PEI)
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.
Pattern Number of programmes
Semester 6 semesters for UG 4 semesters for PG
Our College is affiliated to Kuvempu University, syllabi is adapted as per University BOS recommendation.
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:
Title of the Programme
Total no. of students appeared
Distinction % I % II % III % Pass % UG (B.Sc) 102 - 19.6 - 42.15 61.73 M. Sc Physics 14 - 28.57 57.14 - 85.7 M. Sc Chemistry 37 24.32 59.45 - - 83.7 M. Sc Mathematics
08 25 25 - - 50%
T0tal PG (M.Sc) 59 18.64 47.45 13.55 - 79.66
2.12 How does IQAC Contribute/Monitor/Evaluate the Teaching & Learning processes:
• Prepare an academic calendar to convey the examination schedule, teaching days, celebrations, holidays, vacations, and academic events to the faculty, Students and parents.
• Taking feedback on Campus facilities , teaching learning and evaluation process from the students and parents
• The progress of students was monitored through unit tests, home assignments, seminars, etc.
• Periodic assessment of teaching-learning process. and internal evaluations
2.13 Initiatives undertaken towards faculty development
Faculty / Staff Development Programmes Number of faculty benefitted
• Library books have been barcoded partially. • Access to electronic journals . • e-books facility is provided to staff and students under NLIST programme
(Abridged form of INFLIBNET, exclusively designed for college libraries) of UGC. Teachers and Post Graduate students have been provided individual username and password so that they can avail this facility in the campus as well as and elsewhere as they may be in need of..
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
UG PG Ph. D. Others 700 164 - -
IQAC contributes in enhancing awareness about students support system in the following activities
• Student mentoring system was initiated. • Student counselling at the time of admissions was done. • Financial assistance to the poor students and personal counselling is attended by the
students grievance cell. • Students to participate in various competitions • Coaching for SC/BC/OBC students under UGC plan. • Our College has concern for the health and hygiene of the college students, for this
the college provides pure R.O. purified drinking water. • Canteen facility is provided. • A first aid facility is available in NSS room for the treatment of sick. • The college has a tie up with the local Government hospital for emergency care. • For Skill development (Spoken English, Computer literacy, etc.) , the college
regularly conducts Personality Development Programmes which enhance the IQ level and communication skills of the participants.. Special classes are taken for communication skills taking into considerations the rural background of the students.
• Alumni meet at least once in an academic year thus paving way for the departments to track their progression
• The IQAC maintains correspondence with alumni to track their progression
• Students are asked to place their permanent contact details for further correspondence when they leave the institution
6.1 State the Vision and Mission of the institution
6.2 Does the Institution has a management Information System
6.3 Quality improvement strategies adopted by the institution for each of the following:
6.3.1 Curriculum Development
6.3.2 Teaching and Learning
Vision: Our vision is to deliver equity based access of science education and research to all streams of the society on par excellence.
• To impart quality education to all sections of society. • To develop good character, manners, habits and taste among the students. • To inculcate among the students a sense of discipline. • To guide and prepare the students in choosing career. • To develop a passion for learning and academic excellence. • To build a solid foundation for future learning of the students.
• Arranging workshops of various subjects for discussing revised syllabi. • Participating in the BOS bodies, syllabi framing committees etc. • Feedbacks on curriculum development. �
• Preparing academic calendar. • Using advanced methods of teaching. • Conducting unit tests, group discussions and home assignments etc. • Conducting preliminary examinations. • Exposing students for outdoor learning through educational trips , excursions, camps etc. • Motivating students for research activities.
6.3.5 Library, ICT and physical infrastructure / instrumentation
6.3.6 Human Resource Management
6.3.7 Faculty and Staff recruitment
6.3.8 Industry Interaction / Collaboration
6.3.9 Admission of Students
To improve the results, unit 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. �
• Motivating teachers to take research projects.
••••Guiding teachers for improving 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.
• 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.
Faculty and Staff recruitment is made by government as per state government and UGC rules. �
The institution interacts with various local as well as outside institutes. We consult with other institutes on various issues for the improvement of academic standard.
Admission of students was done according to university guidelines based on merit and roster method.
7.1 Innovations introduced during this academic year which have created a positive impact on the functioning of the institution. Give details.
7.2 Provide the Action Taken Report (ATR) based on the plan of action decided upon at the beginning of the year
7.3 Give two Best Practices of the institution
7.4 Contribution to environmental awareness / protection
7.5 Whether environmental audit was conducted? Yes No
�. Continuation evaluation introduced 2. Academic and administrative audit introduced 3. ICT training given to Class III staff
1. Organised Orientation programme for I year UG and PG students. 2. Organised seminars. 3. Computer systems and LCD projectors are purchased. 4. Study tours were conducted. 5. Proposals to procure grants for infrastructure development are submitted. 6. Unit test and examinations were conducted timely as per university guidelines. 7. Gandhi jayanti , Valmiki Jayanti, Kanaka jayanti, Ambedkar jayanti and all other national festivals were celebrated. 8. Conducted and many students donated blood Celebrated
1. Counselling 2. Research 3. Conservation of natural resources
GOVERNMENT SCIENCE COLLEGE, CHITRADURGA. Calendar of events for the year 2009-10
Department of collegiate Education Government Science College Chitradurga-577501
NAAC Accredited B 2.77CGPA [Affiliated to Davangere University]
FEED BACK FOR THE YEAR 2009-10
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. In Feedback 70% 2. Student-teacher relationship 74% 3. Student – institution facilities 66% 4. Curriculum-Teacher feedback 72% 5. Curriculum-student feedback 77% 6. Quality of teaching 80% 7. Peer group –feedback within college 80.4% 8. Feedback by the External 75.9% 9. Quality of research 67% 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. Each student 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 of such 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 remedy for poor teaching.
ANNEXURE - III Theme : Neither Give nor take Dowry
Inauguration of Women Empowerment Cell was officially done on 1 st October, 2009 at library Hall, Government Science College, Chitradurga. This program was co-hosted by of Women Empowerment Cell (WEC) and Student Counselling Cell under IQAC.
The program commenced at 10 a.m. with a Prayer . after extending a warm welcome to the dignitaries, staff: teaching, nonteaching, students , Press etc WEC was formaly inaugurated by traditional Ligting of the lamp by the Honourable Smt. B.S. Rekha, Principal Civil Judge, Senior Division and CJM, Chitradurga and Smt. Rama Nagaraj, Secretary, Dharani NGO, Chitradurga.
Prof. Shobha.Dalawai, Convenor, Student Counselling Cell in her introductory talk outlined the functions of Student Counselling Cell and the activities it conducted.
Prof. Jyoti. S.Uppar, Convenor, Women Empowerment Cell talked on Women Empowerment and the objectives. She stressed upon the need to change the outlook of everybody towards girls as to be married off and considering them as burden.
The Chief Guest Honourable Smt. B.S. Rekha, Principal Civil Judge, Senior Division and CJM spoke on the “Status of Women” and briefed
� about the journey of the girl from womb to tomb. � She is handicapped at every phase of life and is dependent on men. � She called to educate the girl child � To be aware of their property rights and legal rights.
Resource Person Smt. Rama Nagaraj, Secretary, Dharani NGO, Chitradurga dealt elaborately by several anecdotes from her own life. She encouraged the girls
� To be brave and courageous � Deal with any injustice meted out to them and to others � Talked on the Topic of dowry and elicited opinion from the students � Several boys gave a written oath on not demanding dowry at the time of their marriage
Prof.K.T.Manjunath, IQAC co-ordinator expressed happiness over the inauguration of the WEC. he asked the students
� To derive benefit of both SCC and WEC � To seek appropriate guidance in academic matters or otherwise
In his Presidential address , Prof. C.K. Maheshwarappa, Principal stressed
� The parents to bring up their children without any gender bias. � And to be economically important.
OATH from the boys ‘ I will not demand any dowry’ OATH from the girls ‘ I will not give any dowry’.