• AQAR 2014-2015

2014-2015

The Annual Quality Assurance Report (AQAR) of the IQAC of Kalna College

(For Affiliated/Constituent Colleges)

Institutions Accredited by NAAC need to submit an Annual self-reviewed progress report i.e. Annual Quality Assurance Report (AQAR) to NAAC, through its IQAC. The report is to detail the tangible results achieved in key areas, specifically identified by the IQAC at the beginning of the Academic year. The AQAR period would be the Academic Year.(For example, July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018)

Part – A

Data of the Institution

(data may be captured from IIQA)

1. Name of the Institution:Kalna College

· Name of the Head of the institution : Prof.BansibadanMaji

  • Designation: Principal-in-charge
  • Does the institution function from own campus: Yes
  • Phone no./Alternate phone no.: 03454-255032/03454-255669
  • Mobile no.: 9474175263
  • Registered e-mail: bansibadanmaji@gmail.com
  • Alternate e-mail : kalnacollege@gmail.com
  • Address : Madhuban, P.O. & P.S.- Kalna, Dist-PurbaBardhaman
  • City/Town : Kalna
  • State/UT : West Bengal
  • Pin Code : 713409

2. Institutional status:

  • Affiliated / Constituent: Affiliated

· Type of Institution: Co-education/Men/Women : Co-education

· Location : Rural/Semi-urban/Urban: Urban

· Financial Status: Grants-in aid/ UGC 2f and 12 (B)/ Self financing

(Please specify): Grants-in-aid

  • Name of the Affiliating University: The University of Burdwan
  • Name of the IQAC Co-ordinator : Prof.Debasis Bhattacharyya
  • Phone no. : 03454-255032

Alternate phone no. 03454-255669

  • Mobile: 9434571633
  • IQAC e-mail address: bhattacharyya_debasis@yahoo.co.in
  • Alternate Email address: kalnacollege@gmail.com

3. Website address: www.kalnacollege.ac.in

Web-link of the AQAR: (Previous Academic Year):

https://www.kalnacollege.ac.in/NAAC/AQAR 2013-14

For ex. http://www.ladykeanecollege.edu.in/AQAR2014-15.doc

4. Whether Academic Calendar prepared during the year?Yes

Yes/No....., if yes, whether it is uploaded in the Institutional website: No

5. Accreditation Details:

Cycle

Grade

CGPA

Year of Accreditation

Validity Period

1st

B++

81.5

2007

from:31/03/2007 to:31/03/ 2012

2nd

Under process

from: to:

3rd

from: to:

4th

from: to:

5th

from: to:

6. Date of Establishment of IQAC: DD/MM/YYYY: 23/06/2007

7. Internal Quality Assurance System

7.1Quality initiatives by IQAC during the year for promoting quality culture

Item /Title of the quality initiative by IQAC

Date & duration

Number of participants/beneficiaries

1.To introduce course module at the

Beginning of the year.

2. To strengthen ICT facility of the students.

3.To introduce online Admission process.

4.To pursue the introduction of sociology

as new General Course.

Subject for undergraduate course

5.To organise Seminar/workshop

6.To arrange remedial classes for SC/ST students

7.To encourage teachers MRP

8.To consider feedback analysis

16/06/2014 1 year

23-27/12/2014 -5days & 19/08/2014 – 1 day

01/02/2015 (5 months)

19/03/2015

5000

7000

8000

20

46 &112 respectively

527

1500

Note : Some Quality Assurance initiatives of the institution are:

(Indicative list)

  • Regular meeting of Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC); timely submission of Annual Quality Assurance Report (AQAR) to NAAC; Feedback from all stakeholders collected, analysed and used for improvements
  • Academic Administrative Audit (AAA) conducted and its follow up action
  • Participation in NIRF
  • ISO Certification
  • NBA etc.

Any other Quality Audit

8. Provide the list of funds by Central/ State Government-UGC/CSIR/DST/DBT/ICMR/TEQIP/World Bank/CPE of UGC etc.

Institution/ Department/Faculty

Scheme

Funding agency

Year of award with duration

Amount in Rs.

Bengali

MRP

UGC

5th feb,2013,2013-2015

103000.00

Physics

MRP

UGC

5th feb,2013,2013-2015

173869.00

Mathematics

MRP

UGC

5th feb,2013,2013-2015

194000.00

Economics

MRP

UGC

5th feb,2013,2013-2015

117500.00

Kalna College

Other

UGC

2014-2015

1608924.00

Kalna College

Salary

W.B.Govt.

2014-2015

55004357.00

9. Whether composition of IQAC as per latest NAAC guidelines: Yes/No: Yes

*upload latest notification of formation of IQAC

Number of Teachers: 06

Number of Administrative/ Technical staff: 02

Number of Management Representative: 01

Number of Alumni: 01

Number of Other stakeholders & Community Representative: 01

Number of Other External Members: 01

Number of Student Representative: 01

Total members: 13

10. No. of IQAC meetings held during the year: 04

The minutes of IQAC meeting and compliance to the decisions have been uploaded on the institutional website: Yes/No Yes

(Please upload, minutes of meetings and action taken report)

Web link: http://www.kalnacollege.ac.in/NAAC/IQAC/Minutes 2014-15

11. Whether IQAC received funding from any of the funding agency to support its

Activities during the year?Yes/No:Yes

If yes, mention the amount: Rs. 60000.00 Year: 2014-2015

12. Significant contributions made by IQAC during the current year (maximum five bullets)

* Introduction course module at the beginning of the year

* Remedial coaching for SC, ST, Minority students

* Strengthening of ICT

* Introduction of new subject

* Organising seminar/ workshop

13. Plan of action chalked out by the IQAC in the beginning of the Academic year towards

Quality Enhancement and the outcome achieved by the end of the Academic year

Plan of Action

Achievements/Outcomes

1. To introduce course module

at the beginning of the year

2. To strengthen ICT facility

of the students

3. To introduce online

Admission

4. To pursue the introduction

of sociology as new course

5. To organise Seminar/

Workshop

6. To arrange remedial

classes for SC/ST students

7. To encourage teachers for

Applying MRP

8. To consider feedback

analysis

At first, respective departmental teachers discuss among themselves regarding the number of guest teacher requirement and which portion/part of the subject will be taught individually, and accordingly routine serves to the students and classes are held as per routine. If syllabus is changed, then teachers together sit for discussion and take necessary actions by redistributing the module for smooth teaching.

A separate network centre was set up for the students only inside the College campus, from where students can get the online services for their registration, examination, and review etc. form fill uppurposes. In addition to this, public address system were introduced in some classes for easy listening. Use of LCD machine is increased for visual presentation to the students for their better understanding.Kalna College has it’s an own website i.e. www.kalnacollege.ac.in on which all kinds of information regarding admission, registration, examination, NCC and Games & Sports etc. in form of notice are uploaded, by which students are intimated through new technology.

Prior to the publication of H.S. examination result, our Admission Committee calls a meeting to decide the several strategic points for online admission under UG (Hons. & General) and B. Ed. Courseseparately. Accordingly students of this area can apply for admission to the college from any corner of this locality in due time by making payment through online SB Collect. And from the first date the important dates viz. merit list generation, date of counselling cum admission, date of starting classes etc. are announced on the college website. Subject wise and intake capacity wise merit listed candidates are admitted in a smooth way.

To introduce the new subject under UG general course Teachers’ Council proposed that Sociology may be such subject. Considering the demand and spirit of the Teachers’ Council, IQAC, Kalna College decided to introduce Sociology as one of the General subjects in UG course (Arts faculty) and accordinglyplaced a proposal to the Governing Body, Kalna College for approval. G.B. in its meeting agreed with the proposal and decided to move HED. As such College office filled in form and submitted the same along with requisite fees and documents. But due to the shortage of time Higher Education Council could not inspect the college in time and deferred.

IQAC, Kalna College encourages the departments of the College to organise seminar/workshop on contemporary relevant topic.Generally departments respond to the call of IQAC. Date, Topic and Speakers are selected in the departmental committee meeting. This year a one-day seminar is sponsored by Kalna College and organised by B. Ed. Department on 19-08-2014 under the topic, ‘Recent Trends in Teaching Learning’. Similarly, Mathematics Department organised a one-week (23-27/12/2014) workshop on ‘Complex Analysis and Topology’ under the sponsorship of NCM, IITB & TIFR.

College generally took the remedial classes for slow learner students. But this year, IQAC planned to arrange the UGC sponsored remedial classes for SC/ST/OBC (non-creamy layer) and Minority students in lean session of the academic year. Total 527 students belong to these communities were benefitted under this scheme. A special Routine beyond the normal class hours of the college were served to the students and teachers who were engaged in this remedial coaching system. As per provision of this scheme, a few non-teaching staff were deputed for official works.

For generating academic excellence, IQAC and Research Committee of the college always encourage the teachers to participate in active research work. At the same time, in order to build up the research environment in the college, Principal himself and IQAC of the college always insist the teachers to apply for Minor Research Project (MRP). On account of this constant effort a few teachers were received UGC-MRP grant in the last year. This is also reflected by the publication of Research Paper of the college.

Collection of Feedback and its analysis and action taken process is a self-development method.Every year it is collected from the outgoing students and other stakeholders. A prescribed form is given to each student. They fill the columns of feedback forms and submit the same with sealed envelope to the HOD of the respective departments. Later the same is opened by the principal. Collected feedback forms are analysed and average remarks are shown on the college website and specific remarks against any teacher is conveyed for rectification/modification.

14. Whether the AQAR was placed before statutory body? Yes /No: Yes

Name of the statutory body: Governing Body Date of meeting(s): 11-04-2019

15. Whether NAAC/or any other accredited body(s) visited IQAC or interacted with it to

assess the functioning?

Yes/No: No Date:

16. Whether institutional data submitted to AISHE: Yes/No: Yes

Year: 2014-2015 Date of Submission: 08/09/2015

17. Does the Institution have Management Information System?

Yes No:Yes

If yes, give a brief description and a list of modules currently operational.

(Maximum 500 words)

Education is equipping knowledge, skills, values, beliefs, habits, and attitudes with the learning experiences. Our college education system consists of Principal, Teaching staff, Non-teaching staff, Students and other educational professionals working together to enrich and enhance those qualities. Educational management is a goal oriented activities by planning, organizing, implementation, review, evaluation and integration of the professionals who are working in the educational eco-system. A management information system is actually a set of interrelated components that collect, manipulate, store and disseminate data and information and provide feedback to meet the institution’s objective. It is actually the educational-technology branch of an education system conceptualizes and develops Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in education, integrating it with curriculum frameworks, staff development and management. Recently the focus of educational technology has shifted to online and web-based applications, learning portals, flipped classrooms and a variety of social networks for teaching and learning. Nowadays it encompasses several domains including collaborative learning, linear learning, online-portal learning and mobile-learning.

The Governing Body plays a pivotal role in framing the strategies pertainingto the various aspects of the college administration, academic and general development. Principal as secretary of the Governing Body, in liaison with IQAC, Teacher’s Council and finance committee, further formulates the working principle for the smooth functioning of the college. Governing Body is the apex administrative Body of the college and principal is responsible for implementing the resolutions adopted by the Governing Body. Teacher’s Council, a statutory body of the college holds meetings to discuss all academic and related developmental issues. IQAC is instrumental in maintaining and enhancing the quality in education and recommends necessary suggestion for all round growth.

There are three different campuses in Kalna College having total built up area of 9,653 sq. m. contains classroom, toilets, and laboratory, hostels, YOGA shed, girls’ toilet, canteen, cycle shed and a small pond.There are 36,343 books and 6 journals in the library, 6 LCD machine, 7 classroom with public address system and 7-8 department having internet facility and one browsing centre for technical support to the students and others. In first year, students are admitted only through online form fill up by payment through bank extension counter at college campus. An accounting software is partially used due to insufficient number of computer skilled staff. Students’ notices are regularly circulated through college website and all academic and administrative printing texts are prepared and sent by computer and internet respectively. Software is also used for preparing the Teaching and Non-teaching staff salary and maintenance of their PF account. College library is under the process of automation and will be completed within 2-3 years. As a whole, college is currently not using any Management Information System software, but partially uses ICT in several areas for better management.


Part-B

Criterion I–CurricularAspects

1.1 Curriculum Planning and Implementation

1.1.1 Institution has the mechanism for well-planned curriculum delivery and documentation. Explain in 500 words

Kalna College was set up in the year 1943, when India’s struggle for independence was gaining its momentum and the people of the country were trying hard to break the shackles of ignorance, superstitions and barren social customs. At this opportune moment of history Kalna College started its journey with a beacon light of awakening and knowledge. The goal of the College is to impart quality education and disseminate diverse knowledge among thousands of learners of an agrarian and comparatively thriving region of Kalna Subdivision and its adjoining areas. The motto embodied in its emblem is “GyanatParatarang Na Hi”, i.e., There is nothing greater than knowledge. The College which started with only 46 students at a rented building has at present nearly 6500 students in its different departments including B.Ed. section.

In the beginning the College was affiliated to the University of Calcutta. Then after the establishment of the University of Burdwan, its affiliation was shifted to the newly established University of Burdwan in the year 1962. And since then it has naturally been following the curriculum prepared by the parent University. Some senior teachers of the College are members of the Board of Studies. They present their valuable opinion and give important suggestions during the framing of the curriculum. When a new syllabus is introduced, the University organizes workshops where the various aspects of the syllabus as well as the modus operandi are discussed. The Board of Studies held several meetings to frame the guidelines of the new curriculum. Subject wise workshops were held in the University and at several colleges to discuss the modalities regarding the effective delivery of the curriculum. Many teachers of our College participated in those workshops and gave their opinion on the basis of which some items were incorporated in the syllabus and some were excluded from it and some were modified.

For the effective handling of the curriculum the teachers of our College attend Orientation Programmes and Refreshers Courses, Winter & Summer Schools and present papers at the parent University and sometimes at other Universities. They participate in National and International Seminars and workshops to equip themselves for effective teaching. Before the commencement of a new session the College takes necessary steps to provide sufficient faculty to ensure fruitful implementation of the curriculum. Each Department organizes departmental discussions to break up the syllabus into several modules and assigns definite portions to different faculties. The Departments which have shortage of faculty place requisition to the Principal for recruiting Full time/Part time/Guest Lecturers. Accordingly required member of faculties are appointed for effective completion of the curriculum in time. The syllabus prepared by the University has sufficient scope for academic flexibility with an inter-disciplinary approach. This course pattern obviously ensures the desired balance between the theoretical and vocational aspects of learning. Each of the above mentioned courses offers a wide range of subjects enabling the learners to select their options according to their knack and ability. The artificial boundary between the different streams has thus been demolished. The Academic sub-committee of the college prepares the academic calendar well ahead of the new session. The Routine sub- committee comprising members from each of the streams prepares the class routine keeping in view the number of working days and the availability of classrooms. In the class routine theoretical and practical classes are so arranged as to give students enough scope for creative thinking and profitable learning. Tutorial classes are held regularly to give the learners the first-hand knowledge of tackling difficult situations in the examination. Remedial classes are held to deliver the curriculum effectively to the slow learners and to those coming from backward communities.

1.1.2 Certificate/ Diploma Courses introduced during the Academic year

Name of the Certificate Course

Name of the Diploma Courses

Date of introduction and duration

focus on employability/ entrepreneurship

Skill development

Yoga

01-07-2014 Six months

No

Yes

1.2 Academic Flexibility

1.2.1 New programmes/courses introduced during the Academic year

Programme with Code

Date of Introduction

Course with Code

Date of Introduction

NIL

NIL

1.2.2 Programmes in which Choice Based Credit System (CBCS)/Elective course system implemented at the affiliated Colleges (if applicable) during the Academic year.

Name of Programmes adopting CBCS

UG

PG

Date of implementation of CBCS / Elective Course System

UG

PG

NIL

NIL

Already adopted (mention the year)

1.2.3 Students enrolled in Certificate/ Diploma Courses introduced during the year

No of Students

Certificate

Diploma Courses

20

YOGA

1.3 Curriculum Enrichment

1.3.1 Value-added courses imparting transferable and life skills offered during the year

Value added courses

Date of introduction

Number of students enrolled

Soil Testing& Arsenic level test

11/08/2014

15

1.3.2 Field Projects / Internships under taken during the year

Project/Programme Title

No. of students enrolled for Field Projects / Internships

Project on Environment, Botany, Zoology, Geography and B. Ed.

ENVS Project: 1581; B. Ed. Project: 97; Departmental Excursion: 108

1.4 Feedback System

1.4.1 Whether structured feedback received from all the stakeholders.

1) Students

2) Teachers

3) Employers

4) Alumni

5) Parents

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

1.4.2 How the feedback obtained is being analysed and utilized for overall development of the institution? (maximum 500 words)

The college take feedback from different stakeholder (i) students (ii) teachers (iii) employees (iv) alumni

The received from various aspects are analysed by a team comprising of Principal & three Senior Teachers.

The students feedback are taken on the following aspects :

  • Teachers’ performance

· Water and electricity

  • Sanitation
  • Library book facility
  • Playground facility
  • Laboratory facility
  • Common room facility
  • Canteen facility

The feedback received from the students are analysed and action taken to improve the weak point. The infrastructure facility and other facilities are provided on the basis of the feedback report. If it is part of the performance from the teacher, the concerned teacher is asked to improve his/her performance.

Feedback from teachers are analysed on the following aspects :

· Syllabus covered in the class

· Method adopted in teaching

· Availability of class room

· Availability of ICT & Internet facility

· Availability of adequate staff room

· Availability of Canteen facility

· Availability of adequate laboratory equipment and instrument in the laboratory

  • Sanitation

The feedbacks received from the teachers are analysed by Principal and teachers’ representative of GB members. The constructive suggestions are made on the basis of the feedback.

Feedback received from the employees are analysed on the following aspects :

· Availability of sufficient working place

· Availability of number of adequate non-teaching staff

· Cleanness and sanitation

· Availability of drinking water

· Availability of staff non-teaching staff room

· Availability of parking place

· Availability of equipment and instruments in laboratory

The feedbacks received from non-teaching employee are analysed by a team comprising Principal and Senior teachers and action taken accordingly.

The feedback received from Alumni are based on the following aspects :

· The overall assessment of teaching method of college

· The overall environment of the college

· The degree of cleanness of the college

· The overall infrastructure of the college

· The book availability in the college library

· The condition of common room for boys and girls.

· The hostel facility available in the college

· The condition of drinking water in the college

· The activity of alumni association.

The feedback analysed by a team comprising Principal, two senior teachers and two members of alumni association and action was taken in this regard to improve the existing facility.

Criterion II -Teaching-Learning and Evaluation

2.1 Student Enrolment and Profile

2.1. 1 Demand Ratio during the year

Name of the Programme

Number of seats available

Number of applications received

Students Enrolled

Physics Hons.

24

241

24

Chemistry Hons

28

397

24

Mathematics Hons

53

578

39

Botany Hons

15

371

15

Zoology Hons

18

402

18

Accountancy Hons

81

47

17

Bengali Hons

94

978

94

English Hons

94

711

87

Sanskrit Hons

94

632

74

Philosophy Hons

81

336

34

Political Science Hons

68

297

20

History Hons

87

723

75

Geography Hons

28

666

28

Economics Hons

34

13

10

B.A. General

1428

2189

2161

B.Sc General

282

371

322

B. Com General

266

56

36

B.Ed

100

678

100

TOTAL

3178

2.2 Catering to Student Diversity

2.2.1. Student - Full time teacher ratio (current year data)

Year

Number of students enrolled in the institution (UG)

Number of students enrolled in the institution (PG)

Number of full time teachers available in the institution teaching only UG courses

Number of full time teachers available in the institution teaching only PG courses

Number of teachers teaching both UG and PG courses

2014-2015

5298

Nil

43

Nil

N/A

2.3 Teaching - Learning Process

2.3.1 Percentage of teachers usingICT foreffective teaching with Learning Management Systems (LMS), E-learningresourcesetc. (current year data)

Number of teachers on roll

Number of teachers using ICT (LMS, e-Resources)

ICT tools and resources available

Number of ICT enabled classrooms

Number of smart classrooms

E-resources and techniques used

43

25

Desktop, Laptop, LCD projector, Internet, Smartphone etc.

6

Nil

yes

2.3.2 Students mentoring system available in the institution? Give details. (maximum 500 words)

College has a traditional menting system which has been improved time to time with the changes of the course structure. Menting of students in the College starts from the admission in the 1st year UG courses for selection their core subjects (Honour and General). During admission, students are advised to follow the college’s prospectus critically, so that they can know the academic, administrative and financial facilities which have rendered by the college throughout the year. Students are also advised to follow the College’s website notice regularly for different online application process .After admission, students are encouraged to attend their theoretical and practical classes,especially in the first two months, when they are intimated about the name/ names of mentor teachers for their help to study in the College. Students are also encouraged to make the best use of the Library. In some cases mentor teacher along with his mentee goes to the library and instructs the students, how to use library effectively. They are also intimated to check the Academic Calendar, from where, they can know the tentative dates of the Test examination and other relevant information. In the menting process students are not only advised about the intellectual upliftment but is also about their physical fitness, sports and cultural performing ability. Poor attendance and disinterested are separately nourished by the respective mentor teachers. Entire menting process is executed by undertaking vigorous programme of teaching learning, sports and curricular activities in the harmonious ambience within the campus. College also provides an effort in menting the students on self-reliance, skills in communication, coordination, planning and management, academic writings and presentation skills in different ways. Generally mentor teachers mark their slow learners through the process of routine of class deliberation and help them to attend in the remedial and tutorial classes. In the existing menting process College always tries to make an effort to mould the students into talented professional in their respective field of study.

The mentor-mentoring process helps students

  • To know their college
  • Identify their subject of interest
  • Know the facilities available in their institution
  • To overcome the initial difficulties by rigorous mentoring
  • Identify their skills

Number of students enrolled in the institution

Number of fulltime teachers

Mentor: Mentee Ratio

5298

43

1:123

2.4 Teacher Profile and Quality

2.4.1 Number of full time teachers appointed during the year

No. of sanctioned positions

No. of filled positions

Vacant positions

Positions filled during the current year

Number of Faculty

With Ph. D.

59

43

16

03

21

2.4.2 Honours and recognitions received by teachers

(received awards, recognition, fellowships at State, National, International level from Government, recognised bodies during the year )

Year of award

Name of full time teachers receiving awards from state level, national level, international level

Designation

Name of the award, fellowship, received from Government or recognized bodies

Nil

2.5 Evaluation Process and Reforms

2.5.1 Number of days from the date of semester-end/ year- end examination till the declaration of results during the year

Programme Name

Programme Code

Semester/ year

Last date of the last semester-end/ year- end examination

Date of declaration of results of semester-end/ year- end examination

B.A

Hons

Year

31-03-15

10-07-2015

B.Sc

Hons

Year

20-04-15

10-07-2015

B.Com

Hons

Year

20-04-15

10-07-2015

B.A

Gen

Year

07-04-15

10-09-2015

B.Sc

Gen

Year

23-04-15

10-09-2015

B.Com

Gen

Year

23-04-15

10-09-2015

B. Ed.

Year

29-06-15

05-10-2015

2.5.2 Reforms initiated on Continuous Internal Evaluation(CIE) system at the institutional level (250 words)

1. At the beginning of the session the teachers provide and explain the contents of the syllabus to the students.

2. Everyday performance of a student is assessed by asking short-questions from the previous day’s lecture.

3. After completing a few topics from the syllabus, students are given assignments. This is to check the writing skill of each student.

4. Projects are prepared by students on selected topics from the syllabus.

5. Tutorial classes are held especially for slow learners to clarify their doubts and queries. Teachers also give suggestive questions and answers from the previous years’ question papers. This helps the students to prepare themselves with the pattern of questions for the final exams.

6. Class tests are taken in the form of MCQ, Viva- voce and practical test. The corrected answer scripts are given back to the students. Suggestions are given for writing better answers.

7. For practical based subjects excursions and field reports are guided by the concerned faculty of the Department. The students are provided with computer labs. They are taught to use internet, search web page and gather relevant information.

8. Classes are also held in the classroom where teachers can use audio–visual aid and power point to make the lecture more interesting.

9. In the annual system teachers frequently take class-tests. The institution generally framed a calendar for each year by mentioning the date of test examinations. Therefore, evaluation is evenly conducted throughout the year.

2.5.3 A cademic calendar prepared and followed for conduct of Examination and other related matters (250 words)

Kalna College follows an Academic Calendar for smooth functioning of the institution through timely discharge of its academic and administrative duties. Every year, the calendar is prepared well in advance of the commencement of the academic session (scheduled from July to June of the following year), keeping in mind the academic calendar of the University of Burdwan as well as the general annual calendar, so that the working days and public holidays are distributed at par with all other institutions affiliated to this University. The Academic Calendar contains the following items:

· Name & Address of the college, Name of the affiliating University, postal, telephonic, email and web addresses of the institution;

· Space to record the identity details of the student/ faculty member, as applicable;

· Provision for the college routine;

· Number of teaching days, holidays and working days (specified on a monthly basis), with the sum total of each provided at the end, to depict the schedule for the entire year;

  • Dates of Test Examinations.

· Holiday list corresponding to the general annual calendar;

· Time-table to record the performance/ participation details of students engaged in NSS/ NCC and other extra-curricular activities;

· Pages to note the minutiae of important institutional events.

These dates are published at the beginning of the session, to ensure both teachers and students to complete their syllabi with adequate number of teaching days that are available prior to each examination so that the students are provided the sufficient classes. Separate attendance registers for both Honours and General students are maintained so that the percentage of their attendance can be calculated on the basis of the number of classes attended against the total number of classes given in a month. In order to adhere to the dates mentioned in the calendar, Teachers’ Council meetings are conducted from time to time to confirm the coverage of the stipulated curriculum before each ensuing examination.

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 in website of the institution

(to provide the weblink): www.kalnacollege.ac.in/naac/co,pso

2.6.2 Pass percentage of students

Programme Code

Programme name

Number of students appeared in the final year examination

Number of students final semester/year passed in

examination

Percentage

BAH

B.A

362

284

78.45

BAP

B.A

1085

421

38.80

BSH

B.Sc

67

52

77.61

BSP

B.Sc

49

25

51.0

BCH

B.Com

21

11

52.38

BCP

B.Com

11

05

45.45

BED

B.Ed

96

96

100

2.7 Student Satisfaction Survey

2.7.1 Student Satisfaction Survey (SSS) on overall institutional performance (Institution may design the questionnaire): www.kalnacollege.ac.in/NAAC/Students Feedback Form (results and details be provided as weblink): www.kalnacollege.ac.in/NAAC/Students Feedback Report 2014-15

Criterion III – Research, Innovations and Extension

3.1 Resource Mobilization for Research

3.1.1 Research funds sanctioned and received from various agencies, industry and other organisations

Nature of the Project

Duration

Name of the

funding Agency

Total grant

sanctioned

Amount received during the Academic year

Major projects

NIL

-

NIL

NIL

Minor Projects

2 YEAR

UGC

588369/-

350000/-

Interdisciplinary Projects

NIL

-

NIL

NIL

Industry sponsored Projects

NIL

-

NIL

NIL

Projects sponsored by the University/ College

NIL

-

NIL

NIL

Students Research Projects

(other than compulsory by the College)

NIL

-

NIL

NIL

International Projects

NIL

-

NIL

NIL

Any other(Specify)

NIL

-

NIL

NIL

Total

3.2 Innovation Ecosystem

3.2.1 Workshops/Seminars Conducted on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and Industry-Academia Innovative practices during the year

Title of Workshop/Seminar

Name of the Dept.

Date(s)

NIL

NIL

NIL

3.2.2 Awards for Innovation won by Institution/Teachers/Research scholars/Students during the year

Title of the innovation

Name of the Awardee

Awarding Agency

Date of Award

Category

NIL

3.2.3 No. of Incubation centre created, start-ups incubated on campus during the year

Incubation Centre

Name

Sponsored by

NIL

Name of the Start-up

Nature of Start-up

Date of commencement

NIL

3.3 Research Publications and Awards

3.3.1 Incentive to the teachers who receive recognition/awards

State

National

International

NIL

3.3.2 Ph. Ds awarded during the year (applicable for PG College, Research Center)

Name of the Department

No. of Ph. D Awarded

N/A

3.3.3 Research Publications in the Journals notified on UGC website during the year

Department

No. of Publication

Average Impact Factor, if any

National

Chemistry

1.46

International

14

National

Mathematics

3.11

International

02

National

Physics

01

0.68

International

National

Bengali

03

4.921

International

National

English

01

0.5

International

02

National

History

02

6.014

International

National

Political Science

0.5

International

01

National

Sanskrit

02

3.38

International

02

National

B.Ed.

06

1.84

International

14

National

Commerce

0.5

International

01

3.3.4 Books and Chapters in edited Volumes / Books published, and papers in National/International Conference Proceedings per Teacher during the year

Department

No. of publication

Bengali

03

B. Ed.

02

3.3.5 Bibliometrics of the publications during the last Academic year based on average citation index in Scopus/ Web of Science or Pub Med/ Indian Citation Index

Title of the paper

Name of the author

Title of the journal

Year of

Publication

Citation

Index

Number of

Citations

Excluding

Self-citations

Insight into adsorption equilibrium, kinetics and thermodynamics of lead onto alluvial soil

B. Das, N.K. Mondal, R. Bhaumik, P. Roy

International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology, 11 (4)

2014

ISSN: 1735-1472 (print)/ 1735-2630 (electronic)

Biosorption of carbaryl from aqueous solution onto Pistiastratiotes biomass

S. Chattoraj, N.K. Mondal, B. Das, P. Roy, B. Sadhukhan

Applied Water Science, 4 (1) (2014) 79-88

2014

ISSN: 2190-5495

Carbaryl removal from aqueous solution by Lemna major biomass using response surface methodology and artificial neural network

S. Chattoraj, N.K. Mondal, B. Das, P. Roy, B. Sadhukhan

Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering, 2(4) (2014-December) 1920-1928

2014

ISSN: 2213-3437

Effect of Different Modifiers on Melting Points, Ph Under Leaching and Leaching Rates in Simulated Nuclear Waste Glasses in Borosilicate and Phosphate Systems

G. Hazra,P.P. Malik, P. Mitra and T. Das

The holistic approach to environment, Vol. 4(4); pp: 171-180

2014

ISSN:1848-0071

Incorporation of Nuclear Wastes in Lead-Iron-Phosphate and Uranium containing LIP Glasses

A. Ghosh, G. Hazra, B. P. Mitra and T. Das

Oriental Journal of Chemistry, Vol. 30(1); pp: 87-94

2014

ISSN:0970-020 X

Slow or Controlled Release Fertilizers for the Holistic Approach to Economical and Environmental Issues: A Review

G. Hazra

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Educational Research, Vol. 5(3); pp:198-216

2014

ISSN:2277 - 7881

A review on controlled release advanced glassy fertilizer

G. Hazraand T. Das

Global Journal of Science Frontier Research: B Chemistry, Vol. 14(4); pp: 33-44

2014

ISSN:2249-4626 (Online)& 0975-5896 (Print )

Preparation and studies of uranium doped lead-iron-phosphate simulated nuclear waste glasses

G. Hazra, A. Ghosh, A. P. Mitra and B. T. Das

International Journal of Advanced Research in Engineering and Applied Sciences, Vol. 2(12); pp: 30-47

2014

ISSN:2278-6252

Role of Lead (Pb 2+ ion) as modifier as well as former on the properties of lead-iron phosphate and borosilicate simulated nuclear waste glasses

G Hazra, P Mitra, T Das, PP Malik

Proceedings of the DAE-BRNS fifth symposium on nuclear analytical chemistry, (NAC-V) Jan. 20-24, 2014, BARC, Mumbai, (India); pp:501-502.

2014

Growth Rates of wronskian generated by complex valued functions

Sanjib Kumar Datta, Tanmay Biswas, Sultan Ali

Gulf Journal of Mathematics

2014

2309-4966

A visit to the world of primes

Abhishek Mukherjee

Periodic Research

2014

22310045

বিশ শতকের কথা সাহিত্য ঃ পেশাভিত্তিক জীবন ও মানুষ

DR.PRALAY KUMAR GHORAI

IJMER, Jan,2014

2014

ISSN-2277-7881

জীবনানন্দের কবিতা ঃ জীবকোষের বুদ্ধে উত্তরণ

DR.PRALAY KUMAR GHORAI

IJMER, Jan,2014

2014

ISSN- 2277-7881

Amartarkothaiaschojernidankari Arun Mitra

Nandita Pal

International journal of multidisciplinary educational research

2014

2277-7881

Discursive Formation of Reality: A Foucauldian Perspective to AruniKashyap’sThe House with a Thousand Stories

AnindyaSundar Paul & Shri KrishanRai

The Criterion: An International Journal in English (5.4)

2014

0976-8165

Rainbow Rising: Indian Novels from Its North Eastern Part

AnindyaSundar Paul & Shri KrishanRai

Galaxy: International Multidisciplinary Research Journal (3.2)

2014

2278-9529

Hamilton’s Zamindari System : An Analytical Review

Dr.SujitMandal

IJRAR

2014

23495138

National Education Movement , Vernacular Movement and Educationist Ashutosh

Dr.Sujit Mandal

IJRAR

2014

22777881

West Bengal witnessed a stock of social capital: evidence from past three decades

Dr.prabir Das Ghosh

Interdisciplinary journal of science & humanities

2014

2348-3822

Employee Management In Arthaśāstra And it’s Present Day Context

Surajit Banerjee

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research, Vol-3, Issue-2(5),

2014

ISSN-2277-7881

Innovative Sanskrit Teaching via Team Teaching Method & It’s Values

Surajit Banerjee

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research, Vol-3, Issue-4

2014

ISSN-2277-7881

Pancamahāyajñairmokṣopāyanam- vaijnānikamālocanamekam

Surajit Banerjee

Anviksha

2014

ISSN-0587-1646

Pāriṣevikanetṛtvamarthaśāstre- mūlyamādhunikopayogaśca

Surajit Banerjee

Samskritachintanam, Vol-1

2014

ISSN-2393-8641

Volumetric and compressibility studies on extractant-diluent system: effect of chain length

M. (Ali) Basu,T. Samanta, D. Das

Desalination and water treatment

2014

doi:10.1080/19443994.2013.813615

Volumetric and compressibility studies on tri-n-butyl phosphate (TBP)- phase modifier (1-octanol, 1-decanol and isodecanol) interactions from T = (298.15 to 323.15) K

M. (Ali) Basu,T. Samanta, D. Das

J. Chem. Thermodynamics

2014

doi.org/10.1016/j.jct.2013.10.018

Volumetric and acoustic properties studies on tri-n-butyl phosphate (TBP) with n-hexane, cyclohexane, and n-heptane from T = (298.15 to 323.15) K

M. (Ali) Basu,T. Samanta, D. Das

J. Chem. Thermodynamics

2014

doi.org/10.1016/j.jct.2012.09.015

Attitude of Post Graduate Students towards Environmental Awareness in Radio Active Pollution: A Study in Kalyani University, Nadia District, W.B., P 29-28,

Dr.Mridula Das,

Global Online Electronic International Interdisciplinary Research Journal (GOEIIRJ), Vol. II, Issue V, February 2014,

2014

ISSN: 2278-5639.

Secondary School Students’ Awareness on Plastic Pollution and Environmental Education: A study,

Dr.Mridula Das,

Global Online Electronic International Interdisciplinary Research Journal (GOEIIRJ), Vol. II, Issue V, February 2014, P 10-25,

2014

ISSN: 2278-5639.

Light Pollution and Environmental Awareness amongst higher secondary school students in Nadia District, West Bengal,

Dr.Mridula Das,

Indian Journal of Education Research Experiment and Innovation (IJEREI), Vol. 4, Issue 2, March 2014,

2014

ISSN: 2231-0495.

Solid Phase Extraction for the Removal, Preconcentration Via Recovery and Separation of Cu(II) AND Ni(II) Using Modified Silica Gel,

MitaliSarkar, MridulaDas,DhimanSantra, RajibJoarder,

International Journal of Engineering and Technical Research (IJETR) Volume-2, Issue-3, March 2014, page 181-185

2014

ISSN: 2321-0869,

Adsorption of Arsenic(V) Onto Metal Loaded Cellulose Nanocomposite Bead (MCNB)-Isotherm and Thermodynamic Study,

DhimanSantra,RubiGhosh, MridulaDas ,ParshatiMajumdar,MitaliSarkar,

Eur. Chem. Bull., 2014, 3(7), 692-698

2014

EISSN: 20635346, Publisher: Deuton-X Ltd

Environmental Education and Attitude towards Social Awareness on Plastic Pollution of Higher Secondary School Students in Hooghly District,

Dr.Mridula Das,

International journal of Multidisciplinary Research Academy (IJMRA),Vol 4, Issue 7, July 2014, Page 315-335

2014

ISSN:2249-5894

Concept of Environmental Awareness in noise Pollution Among Different Under Graduate College Student in Burdwan District,

Dr.Mridula Das,

Indian Journal of Experimentation and Innovation in Education (IJEIE), Volume 3, Issue 3, May 2014.

2014

ISSN: 2278 1730,

Awareness on Visual Pollution and Importance of Environmental Education amongst Secondary school students of Class VII and Class VIII grade in Kalna, Burdwan District, West Bengal

Dr.Mridula Das,

Journal of Educational Thoughts, Multi-disciplinary, Peer-Reviewed Journal, , Vol. 1, No. 2, June 2014,137-149.

2014

ISSN-2348-1714,

Essential The Need of Environmental Education in school curriculum and Environmental awareness in Air pollution among higher secondary school student,

Dr.Mridula Das,

Journal of Knowledge, Multi-disciplinary, Peer-Reviewed Journal, Vol. 2, No. 4, June 2014, 18-30.

2014

ISSN-2321-791X

Decontamination of metal ions using surface engineered silica,

M.Sarkar, M.Das,D.Santra, P.Majumdar, K.Ghosh, R.Joarder, S.Marjit, S.Sarkar,

Jalchintan, Vol 2, Issue I, July 2014, 3-9 Pages.

2014

ISSN 2321-5011,

Industrial pollution and Higher Secondary School Students’ Awareness about it,

Dr.Mridula Das,

Sikshachintan, Vol. 8,53-65, July 2014,

2014

ISSN0973-5461

Concept and awareness on climate change among secondary students in Hooghly district. Vol. 4, No. 8, Dec 2014, 24-42.

Dr.Mridula Das,

Journal of Education and Development, Multi-disciplinary, Peer-Reviewed Journal

2014

ISSN-2248-9703,

Pesticide pollution and its awareness among higher secondary school students in Bankura District: A comparative study. Vol. 2, No. 6, Dec 2014, 23-37.

Dr.Mridula Das,

Journal of Knowledge, Multi-disciplinary, Peer-Reviewed Journal

2014

ISSN-2321-791X,

Solid-phase extraction-Prospects for metal ion determination

Dr.Mridula Das,

Jalchintan, ,Vol 2, Issue 2, December 2014, 03-12Pages.

2014

ISSN 2321-5011,

Arsenic Remediation by Eco-Friendly Biomaterial,

DhimanSantra, MridulaDas,MitaliSarkar,

Published by Institute of Ecotoxicology and Environmental Sciences, NSPUIE 2014, March 2015, pages 53-67.

2014

ISBN 978-81-928924-2-9,

Mathematics Teachers Knowledge in Instructional Process: A Review

Dr.SubirSen

Journal of Knowledge

2014

2321-791X

Comparison Between the Achievement in Unit Tests and Annual Examinations: A Study of Seventh and Eighth Grade Students on Science Subjects

Dr.SubirSen And Dr.SuprakashKar

Indian Streams Research Journal

2014

2230-7850

Problem and Prospect of Higher Education in West Bengal

Dr.SubirSen

HIGHER EDUCATION IN INDIA: AN OUTLOOK

2014

978-81-927386-2-3

Attitude of Women Towards Higher Education—A Case Study in Birbhum District of West Bengal

Dr.SubirSen And Dr.SuprakashKar

Golden Research Thoughts

2014

2231-5063

Fuel Choices in Rural Indian Households: A Study at RangparaMouza, Kalna Subdivision in Burdwan

Abhisekh Bhattacharyya

Journal of Knowledge. Vol. 2

2014

ISSN: 2321-791X

Theatre and social awareness: an analysis of two plays by BadalSircar

AneshwaMondal

AJHMC: academic journal of Hooghly Mohsin College

2014

ISSN 0973-6212

Organic phototransistor from solution cast, ordered crystals assembly of a pentacene derivative

Biswanath Mukherjee

Indian journal of Physics 88(10), 1073

2014

Determination of intellectual capital disclosure practices of Indian Companies

AmitavaMondal, Santanu Kumar Ghosh

Journal of commerce and accounting research

2014

ISSN 2277-2146

Biosynthesis of Silver Nanoparticles from Aqueous Leaf Extract of Synedrellanodiflora under Sunlight Irradiation an Screening of its Antibacterial Activity

Shyamal K. Jash, DilipGorai and ArindamGangopadhyay

International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Nanotechnology

2014

MS ID: IJPSN-12-29-13-JASH

Chemical and Pharmacological Aspects of Limnophilaaromatica (Scrophulariaceae): an Overview

DilipGorai, Shyamal Kumar Jash, Raj Kumar Singh and ArindamGangopadhyay

American Journal of Phytomedicine and Clinical Therapeutics

2014

ISSN 2321 – 2748

3.3.6 h-index of the Institutional Publications during the year. (based on Scopus/ Web of science)

Title of

the paper

Name of

the author

Title of

the journal

Year of

publication

h-index

No. of citations

Excluding self

-citations

Inst. Affiliation

as mentioned

in publication

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

3.3.7 Faculty participation in Seminars/Conferences and Symposia during the year:

No. of Faculty

International level

National level

State level

Local level

Attended Seminars/ Workshops

01

01

05

0

Presented papers

0

0

0

0

Resource Persons

0

0

0

0

3.4 Extension Activities

3.4.1 Number of extension and outreach programmes conducted in collaboration with industry, community and Non-Government Organisations through NSS/NCC/Red cross/Youth Red Cross (YRC) etc., during the year

Title of the Activities

Organising unit/ agency/ collaborating agency

Number of teachers co-ordinated such activities

Number of students

participated in

such activities

Tree plantation out of the campus (01-07-14)

B.U.NSS Units

04

145

Rally against child marriage (20-12-14)

B.U.NSS Units

03

146

Anti-tobacco Rally

(25-09-14)

B.U.NSS Units

04

144

Awareness Prog. On Cancer (29-09-14)

B.U.NSS Units

05

145

Diabetic check-up Awareness (10-11-14)

B.U.NSS Units

03

143

Rally on Plastic

Free zone (28-02-15)

B.U.NSS Units

06

145

3.4.2 Awards and recognition received for extension activities from Government and other recognized bodies during the year

Name of the Activity

Award/recognition

Awarding bodies

No. of Students benefited

NCC

B-Certificate

54 Bengal Battalion, NCC

120

NCC

C-Certificate

54 Bengal Battalion, NCC

6

3.4.3 Students participating in extension activities with Government Organisations, Non-Government Organisations and programmes such as Swachh Bharat, Aids Awareness, Gender Issue, etc. during the year

Name of the scheme

Organising unit/ agency/ collaborating agency

Name of the activity

Number of teachers coordinated such activities

Red Ribbon club

NSS Units & Local club

Rally against childmarriage (26-02-15)

03

Red Ribbon club

NSS Units & Local club

Awareness Program on Cancer (10-02-15)

05

Awareness

Rally

NSS Units & Local club

Rally on Plastic free zone(27-11-14)

06

Red Ribbon club

NSS Units & Local club

Rally on AIDS Awareness (18-08-14)

06

Awareness

Rally

NSS Units & Local club

Tree plantation out of the campus (12-06-15)

05

3.5 Collaborations

3.5.1 Number of Collaborative activities for research, faculty exchange, student exchange during the year

Nature of Activity

Participant

Source of financial support

Duration

NIL

NA

NA

NA

3.5.2 Linkages with institutions/industries for internship, on-the-job training, project work, sharing of research facilities etc. during the year

Nature of linkage

Title of the linkage

Name of the partnering institution/ industry /research lab with contact details

Duration

(From-To)

NIL

NA

NA

NA

3.5.3 MoUs signed with institutions of national, international importance, other universities, industries, corporate houses etc. during the year

Organisation

Date of MoUsigned

Purpose and Activities

Number of students/teachers

participated under MoUs

NetajiSubhas Open University (NSOU)

26/03/2013

To run Bachelor and Master degrees courses on distance mode

No of students -388

No of teachers -10

NSOU

20/04/2013

B. Ed. (ODL)

No of Students-196

No of Teachers- 14

CRITERION IV – INFRASTRUCTURE AND LEARNING RESOURCES

4.1 Physical Facilities

4.1.1 Budget allocation, excluding salary for infrastructure augmentation during the year

Budget allocated for infrastructure augmentation

Budget utilized for infrastructure development

7500000.00

6623313.00

4.1.2 Details of augmentation in infrastructure facilities during the year

Facilities

Existing

Newly added

Campus area (Main)

3.60 acres

Staff Quarter Campus

0.33 acres

Hostels & Playground Campus

2.33 acres

Class rooms

22

0

Laboratories

07

0

Seminar Halls

01

0

Classrooms with LCD facilities

05

1

Classrooms with Wi-Fi/ LAN

Nil

Seminar halls with ICT facilities

NIL

Video Centre

Nil

No. of important equipment purchased (≥ 1-0 lakh) during the current year.

1

0

Value of the equipment purchased during the year (Rs. in Lakhs)

5.07

2.04

Others

4.2 Library as a Learning Resource

4.2.1 Library is automated {Integrated Library Management System-ILMS}

Name of the ILMS software

Nature of automation (fully or partially)

Version

Year of automation

4.2.1 Library Services:

Existing

Newly added

Total

No.

Value

No.

Value

Text Books

36288

55

7167.00

Reference Books

e-Books (NLIST)

5000

Journals

1026 +80

4100

1106

e-Journals (enlist)

Digital Database

CD & Video

Library automation

Weeding (Hard & Soft)

Others (specify)


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4.3 IT Infrastructure

4.3.1 Technology Upgradation (overall)

Total Computers

Computer Labs

Internet

Browsing Centres

Computer Centres

Office

Departments

Available band width (MBPS)

Others

Existing

31

01

07

00

00

05

18

25 MBPS

Added

06

00

01

00

00

00

05

00

Total

37

01

08

00

00

05

23

25 MBPS

4.3.2 Bandwidth available of internet connection in the Institution (Leased line)

25 MPS /GPS

4.3.3 Facility for e-content

Name of the e-content development facility

Provide the link of the videos and media centre and recording facility

Nil

NA

4.3.4 E-content developed by teachers such as: e-PG-Pathshala, CEC (under e-PG-Pathshala CEC (Under Graduate) SWAYAM other MOOCs platform NPTEL/NMEICT/any other Government initiatives & institutional (Learning Management System (LMS) etc

Name of the teacher

Name of the module

Platform on which module is developed

Date of launching e - content

NIL

4.4 Maintenance of Campus Infrastructure

4.4.1 Expenditure incurred on maintenance of physical facilities and academic support facilities, excluding salary component, during the year

Assigned budget on academic facilities

Expenditure incurred on maintenance of academic facilities

Assigned budget on physical facilities

Expenditure incurred on maintenance of physical facilities

300000.00

323831.00

850000.00

1041438.00

4.4.2 Procedures and policiesfor maintainingandutilizingphysical,academicand support facilities - laboratory, library, sportscomplex,computers,classrooms etc. (maximum 500 words) (information to be available in institutional Website, provide link): http://www.kalnacollege.ac.in/NAAC/Information of Facilities 2014-15

There are specific policies regarding utilization and maintenance of physical, academic and support facilities. The main objective behind utilization of all such resources is to fulfil the academic needs of the institution. On the basis of the needs and demands expressed by the teachers and the students, Equipment for the laboratories, books for the library, teaching aids for the classrooms, computer items and sports materials are purchased and maintained by utilizing various government grants and the college fund. Various committees and sub-committees of the college take the responsibility to ensure the proper utilization of funds in this respect.

The physical facilities are provided by the college to satisfy the needs of the students as well as the staff members. These include common rooms, drinking water, toilets, electric light, fans, canteen, bicycle stand, substitute electric supply, e.g., generator, etc. In all the cases feedback from the students are given importance and decisions are taken accordingly to upgrade the quality of service.

The academic and support facilities are provided as per the requirements of the students and the teachers. These include classrooms, laboratory equipment, teaching aids, library facilities, computers, internet etc. The rules and regulations of the academic and funding authorities play the guiding role in purchasing and utilizing these resources. For example, purchase of laboratory equipment and textbooks is connected with the university curricula and academic programmes. Financial matters are guided by the rules and regulations of the funding authorities like the University Grants Commission and the State Government. In case of purchase of books for the B.Ed. section, guidelines of the NCTE are followed. Besides, the advice and suggestions given by various visiting teams from the UGC, the State Government and the parent university play important role in formulating policies for maintaining and utilizing all these facilities.

For sports related issues, suggestions from the concerned department of physical education and the Kalna College wings of N.C.C. are given importance.

For installation and maintenance of IT infrastructure, the college engages the concerned staff members as well as outside competent agencies as and when required.

All purchase related activities are monitored by the Purchase Committee of the college. Documentation regarding purchase of equipment, books and stationeries and utilization of various funds in this respect is done centrally by the college office as well as the concerned departments where possible. Applications of information technology in all such activities have increased substantially in recent years.

CRITERION V - STUDENT SUPPORT AND PROGRESSION

5.1 Student Support

5.1.1 Scholarships and Financial Support

Name /Title of the scheme

Number of students

Amount in Rupees

Financial support from institution

Tuition fees concession

102

Rs 45,000/-

Financial support from other sources

a) National

Kanyasree

309

Rs. 1,54,500/-

SC/ST/OBC

2965

Rs. 1,18,60,000/-

SVMMS

17

Rs. 1,58,000/-

WBMDFC (Minority Dev.)

117

Rs. 5,61,000/-

SVMMS(TSP)

OASIS

NSP

b) International

5.1.2 Number of capability enhancement and development schemes such as Soft skill development, Remedial coaching, Language lab, Bridge courses, Yoga, Meditation, Personal Counselling and Mentoring etc.,

Name of the capability enhancement scheme

Date of implementation

Number of students enrolled

Agencies involved

Yoga

2014

20

To

The Director

Department of L.L. Learning

The University of Burdwan

Rajbati,Burdwan

Remedial Coaching

2015

527

UGC

Language Lab

NIL

NIL

Personal Counselling

2015

130

Kalna College

5.1.3 Students benefited by guidance for competitive examinations and career counselling offered by the institution during the year

Year

Name of the scheme

Number of benefited students by Guidance for Competitive examination

Number of benefited students by Career Counselling activities

Number of students who have passed in the competitive exam

Number of students placed

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

5.1.4 Institutional mechanism for transparency, timely redress of student grievances, Prevention of sexual harassment and ragging cases during the year

Total grievances received

No. of grievances redressed

Average number of days for grievance redressed

02

02

05

5.2 Student Progression

5.2.1 Details of campus placement during the year

On campus

Off Campus

Name of Organizations Visited

Number of Students Participated

Number of Students Placed

Name of Organizations Visited

Number of Students Participated

Number of Students Placed

Nil

NA

NA

Nil

NA

NA

5.2.2 Student progression to higher education in percentage during the year 75/367 x 100 = 20.44%

Year

Number of students enrolling into higher education

Programme graduated from

Department graduated from

Name of institution joined

Name of Programme admitted to

2014-2015

75

BAH

BSH

BCH

BAP

BSP

BCP

BEd

Bengali

English

History

Geography

Philosophy

Political Science.

Economics

Sanskrit

Physics

Chemistry

Mathematics

Botany

Zoology

Accountancy

Bundwan University/NSOU

Burdwan University/ViswaBharati/ NIIT

M.A

M.A

M.A.

M.A.

M.A

M.A

M.A.

M.A

M.Sc.

M.Sc

M.Sc.

M.Sc.

M.Sc.

M.Com

5.2.3Students qualifying in state/ national/ international level examinations during the year (eg: NET/SET/SLET/GATE/GMAT/CAT/GRE/TOFEL/Civil Services/State Government Services)

Items

No. of Students selected/ qualifying

Registration number/roll number for the exam

NET

18

Document of few students

Can be shown

SET

08

SLET

0

GATE

06

GMAT

0

CAT

0

GRE

0

TOEFL

0

Civil Services

0

State Government Services

11

Any Other

37

5.2.4 Sports and cultural activities / competitions organised at the institution level during the year

Activity

Level

Participants

Annual Sports and Games

Institutional Level

1068

Annual Social

Institutional Level

3500

Teachers ‘Day

Institutional Level

1150

Republic Day

Institutional Level

150

Independence Day

Institutional Level

150

Netaji Birth Day

Institutional Level

150

Sanskrita Divas

Institutional Level

200

Bhasa Divas

Institutional Level

150

International Yoga Day

Institutional Level

60

Saraswati puja

Institutional Level

2000

Freshers’ Welcome

Institutional Level

2200

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)

Year

Name of the award/ medal

National/ International

Sports

Cultural

Student ID number

Name of the student

2014-15

Inter College state sports and games championship

National

07

http://www.kalnacollege.ac.in/NAAC/Sports Awardee List 2014-15

2014-15

East Zone Inter University, Banaras

National

01

2014-15

East Zone Inter University, Bilaspur

National

01

\2014-15

Burdwan District Inter College state games and sports championship

National

13

2014-15

Inter Collegiate Competition,B.U

National

02

5.3.2 Activity of Student Council & representation of students on academic & administrative bodies/committees of the institution (maximum 500 words)

College has a democratically elected students’ union named “Kalna College chhatrachhatrisamsad’. This students union is a body of class representatives, which is elected by the bona fide regular students who pay the tuition fee and students’ union fee, for a tenure of one year. Office bearers of the students’ union are elected/ selected from amongst the elected class representatives. As per constitution, there must be sufficient girl students’ representation in the students’ union and its office as the College is a coeducation College. Election process is generally conducted in the month of January every year. If otherwise, there is no instruction from the Higher education Department, Govt. of West Bengal for conducting students’ union election. An election committee is framed in the Teachers’ council meeting by comprising the faculty members and Principal as chairman of that committee to oversee the election process. Every year, the election schedule is prepared in consultation with the local administration. As per constitution, Principal of the college is the President of the students’ union office bearers. Except the President, other office bearers viz. i) The vice president ii) General Secretary iii) Assistant General Secretary iv) Cultural Secretary v) Game Secretary vi) Magazine Secretary vii) Students’ Aid fund secretary viii) Book bank and Library Secretary ix) Boys’ Common Room Secretary x) Girls’ Common Room Secretary xi) G.S as a member of Anti-Ragging Cell xii) G.S as a member of the Governing Body xiii)G.S.as a member of Grievance, Redressal Cell are selected /elected from amongst the class representatives.

Students union is a body looking after the welfare of the students’ irrespective of caste and creed. The members of the students’ union always cooperate with the College authority to maintain the smooth academic atmosphere of the College .The members of the Union in different committees extend their full support and cooperation during the time of admission, games and sports, Annual sports and Athlete meet, blood donation camp, NSS programmes and other co-curricular activities. They also organise various cultural programmes like Freshers’welcome (NabinBaran), Annual Social function, Teachers’ Day programme and Saraswati Puja etc. They actively remain involved in the distribution of books to the general students under the scheme of book bank grant and also for the publication of College yearly-magazine.

5.3 Alumni Engagement

5.3.1 Whether the institution has registered Alumni Association? Yes/No, if yes give details (maximum 500 words):

Yes, Alumni Association was registered vide Registration No : S/IL/36965

Alumni are an institution’s Brand Ambassador, carrying those core values of excellence, lifelong learning of inclusiveness and diversity across the world. The ethos and culture along with education the alumni had from their institution express their philosophy and vision towards life and the world. So considered Kalna College alumni association (S) is a pride of Kalna College (Established 1943).

Kalna College alumni association was established on 23 rd January 2004 - A day historic insignificance being the Birth day of the GreatNetaji –‘Subhas Chandra Bose’, a luminary in the firmament of the sky of colonial India. The Ex-students of the College were emotionally enthusiastic to have chosen the day for the patriotic purpose. The meeting was convened by the then Principal, Dr.SatiranjanChakraborty and the constitution was made. The constitution was duly registered in 2006 under West Bengal Society Register Act XXVI of 1961 vide our registration no S/IL/36955 of 2006 -2007.

Kalna College Alumni Association besides imparting training in innovative skills to the alma matter contributes significantly to the development of Kalna College through financial and non-financial means during the last five years. At present 300 hundred alumni have been actively participating in the meeting held in the Association’s own office. On the 5th September, the Teachers’ day they auspiciously observed the day and rejoice it in various rejuvenative ways every year. Besides they arrange tree plantation programme, blood donation camp, snake bite awareness programme etc. The association pursues and sustains excellence in the field of education and in search for knowledge by interaction between the alumni the faculty and the present students of the College.

Alumni announce scholarships and awards to the poor and meritorious students on regular basis through a trustee organisation ‘SAHAJAG’ (Government registered) from its own fund. In order to enhance the association fund ,the alumni contribute an amount of money themselves and collect money if the situation so demands, as for example in 1993 the alumni contributed the lion share to the construction of the Golden Jubilee Building which was inaugurated by Honourable Higher Education Minister, Prof SatyaSadanChakrabarty.

During the last five years the activities of the alumni association have been accelerated with participation of some enthusiastic and interested alumni. An amount ofRs 50,000/- (fifty thousand only) was remained as fixed deposit in nationalised bank. The alumni are even ready to render financial assistance under any emergent situation. It is worthwhile that the association audited statement of account regularly and accordingly.

The alumni association, Kalna College solicits the participation of more and more alumni of Kalna College. The alumni are indeed playing a vital role by providing sustainability to the parent’ institutions. The alumni association of Kalna College is setting a pioneering example in its glorious mission consisting of a numbers of teachers, professors, doctors engineers, scientists, literary figures, social scientists, journalist, minister social workers the alumni association can help identify strategic direction for Kalna College in the running 21 st century.

5.3.2 No. of registered enrolled Alumni: 300

5.3.3 Alumni contribution during the year (in Rupees) : Rs50,000/-

5.3.4 Meetings/activities organized by Alumni Association : 03

CRITERION VI –GOVERNANCE, LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT

6.1 Institutional Vision and Leadership

6.1.1 Mention two practices of decentralization and participative management during the last year (maximum 500 words)

Almost all members of the Teachers’ Council whether as member of the Governing Body or as a member of different sub-committees participate in implementing the decisions which clearly satisfy the condition of decentralized participatory management. Among the different decentralised participative events practised in the last year of this institution two important ones are:

1. The sub-committees constituted by the teachers’ council and approved by the governing body help in drawing out the plans pertaining to admission, preparation of Master routine, Academic calendar and examination schedule etc. at the beginning of the session. Admission committee is constituted by comprising all heads of the department generally calls a meeting to fix the modalities of the forthcoming first year Admission. After discussion it is fixed that this year counselling will be held in the Room No. 16 on three consecutive dates to be fixed later on. On first date, counselling-cum-admission of Science and Commerce subjects, on second dateGeography, English, Bengali and Sanskrit and on third date History, Political Science, Philosophy, Education and Economieswill be held. Concerned departmental teachers were requested to be present on the date counselling.

2. A central routine committee is constituted in the Teachers’ council meeting at the beginning of every academic session which is responsible to prepare the master-routine. After getting the central routine, head of each department in consultation with respective faculty members prepared the departmental routine, distributedthe syllabus with proper manning. Teachers themselves preparedthe syllabus modules, and marked the requisition of Guest faculty, purchase of new Books &Equipment and up gradation of laboratories are to be required with the implementation of new syllabus.

6.1.2 Does the institution have a Management Information System (MIS)?

Yes/No/Partial:

Partial

6.2 Strategy Development and Deployment

6.2.1 Quality improvement strategies adopted by the institution for each of the following (with in 100 words each):

v Curriculum Development

v Teaching and Learning

v Examination and Evaluation

v Research and Development

v Library, ICT and Physical Infrastructure / Instrumentation

v Human Resource Management

v Industry Interaction / Collaboration

v Admission of Students

v Curriculum Development

Before the commencement of a new session the College takes necessary steps to provide sufficient faculty to ensure fruitful implementation of the curriculum. Each Department organizes departmental discussions to break up the syllabus into several modules and assigns definite portions to different faculties. The Departments which have shortage of faculty place requisition to the Principal for recruiting Full time/Part time/Guest Lecturers. Accordingly required member of faculties are appointed for effective completion of the curriculum in time. The syllabus prepared by the University has sufficient scope for academic flexibility with an inter-disciplinary approach.The Academic sub-committee of the college prepares the academic calendar well ahead of the new session. The Routine sub- committee comprising members from each of the streams prepares the class routine keeping in view the number of working days and the availability of classrooms. In the class routine theoretical and practical classes are so arranged as to give students enough scope for creative thinking and profitable learning. Tutorial classes are held regularly to give the learners the first-hand knowledge of tackling difficult situations in the examination. Remedial classes are held to deliver the curriculum effectively to the slow learners.

v Teaching and Learning

Students who join the institution in UG course hail from different backgrounds and from different Boards/Councils and some of them are first generation learners. So such heterogeneous groups have different levels of competence. To assess the competence levels of such students are difficult task but not impossible. To assess the competence levels of students, every department conducts some tests not only in written form always but also in viva voce tests as well according to their choices.After assessing the learning level of students’ especially weaker learner the special orientation lectures are arranged for them. The classes are held at different departments usually in first two or three weeks of commencement of classes. The faculties of different departments provide extra effort to help such slow-learners and help them to clear their doubts. Such efforts boost their cognitive levels and offer them suggestions for improvement of their performance. Especially tutorial classes are also held to improve the knowledge level of learners to the required standard. Generally we help our students to learn for more formative assessment than summative assessment. We ensure those programs which are delivered in such a way that students can take an active role in creating the learning process enjoyable.

v Examination and Evaluation

Continuous internal evaluation of the students and monitoring the academic as well as personal development of each student are the general practice of our institution. Everyday performance of a student is assessed by asking short questions. After completing a few topics of the syllabus, students are given assignments to check their writing skill. Class tests are taken in the form of MCQ, Viva- voce and Practical test. The corrected answer scripts are given back to the students. Suggestions are given for writing better answers. Tentative dates of Test Examination is announced at the time of publication of academic calendar. Teachers also help the students by giving suggestive questions and answers from the question bank to prepare themselves with the pattern of questions for the Final Exams. B.Ed trainees are evaluated continually through the engagement of field survey & field report on child development aspects, present scenario of schools and different programs implemented in the schools through their internship program. Written test, oral test, NRT, CRT and diagnostic and prognostic tests and peer evaluation are frequently conducted.

v Research and Development

Like other general degree colleges, Kalna College has no ample scope of doing research along with under graduate education, due to several hurdles and constraints. In spite of that, college has constituted a research committee to promote and pursue the research work as far as practicable. College IQAC, Teachers’ Council and Principal-in-charge himself encourage the teachers to undertake the research project who are yet to pursue the Ph. D. to register forth with or to insists the Ph. D. awarded teachers to carry out the inter and intra departmental collaborative research work for academic excellence and also for their Career Advancement Scheme (CAS) benefit. IQAC and research committee always asked the principal investigator to submit research progress report. Not only the college always collected the report but also provide full support in terms of infrastructure, financial autonomy, speedy release of fund, essential extra ordinary leave etc., if it is sanctioned by UGC or other sponsoring agency. On account of this vigilant roll of IQAC, the number of publication of research paper has become increased from 9 (2006-2007) to 51 (2014-2015) is worth mentioning.

v Library, ICT and Physical Infrastructure / Instrumentation

There are three campuses in Kalna College namely (1) The Main Campus (3.60 acres) built up area 5,761 sq. m. (2) Staff Quarter Campus including a computer centre (0.30 acres) built up area 648 sq. m. and (3) Hostel and Playground Campus (2.33 acres) built up area 3,244 sq. m. Main building in the main campus is a complex 3-storied building contains office, classroom, toilets, laboratory and central library with its own water supply system. Golden Jubilee Building (2-storied) contains classroom only while B. Ed. Building (3-storied) contains classroom, toilets, and laboratory. Main campus also contains a YOGA shed, girls’ toilet, canteen, cycle shed and a small pond. Whereas other two campuses contain three hostels, nine staff quarters, one small pond and a small playground. There are 36,343 books and 6 journals in the library, 6 LCD machine, 7 classroom with public address system and 7-8 internet browsing centres in the college for technical support to the students and others.

v Human Resource Management

The Governing Body plays a pivotal role in framing the strategies pertainingto the various aspects of the college administration, academic and general development. Principal in close coordination with Governing Body, IQAC and the Teacher’s Council ensures the active implementation of the policies, plans and development framed therein. Teacher’s Council in presence of Principal chalk out the entire teaching–learning and evaluation strategies of a particular year at the beginning of the session. IQAC meet at regular intervals to monitor and implement the quality strategy of the institution. Twenty four different sub committees help in drawing out the plans pertaining to admission, examination, students council constitution, fixing outreach programme of NCC and NSS, Games and sports schedule, preparation of Master routine and Academic calendar etc. There are few supporting staff almost in all these committees for collection and preservation of documents and records. Teachers’ qualities are improved by participating and/or arranging the Refresher Course, Orientation Programme, Academic Seminars and workshops. Similarly, the qualities of non-teaching staff are improved by conducting technical workshops and instrument demonstration.Students union plays an important role by communicating urgent notice for students through social media. They also assist the general students during on line form fill-up process and help the authority by providing feedback and collecting information.

v Industry Interaction / Collaboration

College generally arranged one or two programme with Life Insurance Corporation of India, Kalna Branch Office to enlighten our B. A./B. Com general course students about the scope and opportunity in LIC Agent job. Beside this, college has started to open dialog with Tata Consultancy Services and Industry Institute Partnership Cell of Burdwan University to assist for arranging campus interview from this year but it could not be held due to various reason. Still they gave consent to arrange such in very near future.

v Admission of Students

Kalna collegefollows a transparent and student friendly method in 1st year (Semester) admission in the college. The college has an admission committee comprising of all heads of the department and some non-teaching staff of the college. One of the senior teachers acts as convener of the aforesaid committee. The committeemember follows the university rules and regulations related to the admission and accordingly set up norms for admission in different courses. A student can opt maximum five different honours subject and finally can get admitted in one of the chosen honours subject as per merit list prepared for the admission purpose. Thereafter passing a number of stages the student has to finally pay the requisite fees through offline mode at Axis Bank extension counter at college premises and get admitted in the college. Complete procedure is strictly done on the basis of online merit list. The admission committee meet at a regular interval to make the system smooth, full proof and transparent.

6.2.2 : Implementation of e-governance in areas of operations:

v Planning and Development No

v Administration Yes, Partial

v Finance and Accounts Yes, Partial

v Student Admission and Support Yes, Total

v Examination Yes, Total

6.3 Faculty Empowerment Strategies

6.3.1 Teachers provided with financial support to attend conferences / workshops and towards membership fee of professional bodies during the year

Year

Name of teacher

Name of conference/ workshop attended for which financial support provided

Name of the professional body for which membership fee is provided

Amount of support

29/03/15

I BANDYOPADHYAY

Archaeological History & Folk Culture

500

10-11/05/2015

I BANDYOPADHYAY

Educational Thoughts of Swami Vivekananda : Indian & Global Perspective

500

28-29/11/2014

S BANERJEE

Science & Technology in Ancient India

500

6.3.2 Number of professional development / administrative training programmes organized by the College for teaching and non-teaching staff during the year

Year

Title of the professional development programme organised for teaching staff

Title of the administrative training programme organised for non-teaching staff

Dates (from-to)

No. of participants (Teaching staff)

No. of participants (Non-teaching staff)

Nil

NA

NA

6.3.3 No. of teachers attending professional development programmes, viz., Orientation Programme, Refresher Course, Short Term Course, Faculty Development Programmes during the year

Title of the professional development programme

Number of teachers who attended

Date and Duration

(from – to)

RC on Emerging Trends in Mathematics and its Applications

S ALI

16.06.2015-06.07.2015

2nd RC in Orientalism & Cultural Studies

P K GHORAI

04.02.2015-24.02.2015

23rd RC in Environmental Studies (Science)

B DAS

18.02.2014-10.03.2014

National Text-Reading Workshop on Karachakra (NavyaNyaya Language & Methodology)

S BANERJEE

08.12.2014-19.12.2014

RC in Performing Art: Tradition and Inovation

S BANERJEE

02.02.2015-21.02.2015

RC in Advances in Organisation and Control of Information

S G CHOWDHURY

18.08.2014-06.09.2014

6th RC in Women Studies

T K PARAI

02.06.2015-22.06.2015

3rd RC in Business Studies

AMITAVA MONDAL

02.01.2014-22.01.2014

Winter School on Remote Sensing and GIS

M DAS

11.12.2014-31.12.2014

10th RC in Comparative Literature

M B CHATTERJEE

07.11.2014-27.11.2014

6.3.4 Faculty and Staff recruitment (no. for permanent/fulltime recruitment):

Teaching

Non-teaching

Permanent

Fulltime

Permanent

Fulltime/temporary

43

PTT-10, CWTT-2, GL-30

24

9

6.3.5 Welfare schemes for

Teaching

Facility of cooperative, Group savings life insurance , wards’ Tuition fees waive, Festival Advance, special Medical leave, Medical Assistance, Compensatory leave, compensate appointment, loan from provident fund.

Non teaching

Facility of cooperative, Group savings life insurance , wards’ Tuition fees waive, Festival Advance, special Medical leave, Medical Assistance, Compensatory leave, compensate appointment, fixed pay salary to casual staff, loan from provident fund

Students

Book Bank, Aid Fund, Tuition fees waive, Health Check-up, Scholarship under different schemes (Kanyasree, Vivekananda Merit cum means, Sitaram Jindal, racial scholarship

6.4 Financial Management and Resource Mobilization

6.4.1 Institution conducts internal and external financial audits regularly

(with in 100 words each)

The College has a mechanism of internal audit system.Basically a Teacher having knowledge of accounts and management is deputed as Bursar of the College. He personally assists the accountant and cashier of the college regarding how to keep different records in different ledgers.There is a provident fund sub -committee in the college, which thoroughly scrutinizes the Provident Fund Account and provides suggestion and opinion to the Accountant of the College from time to time.

Besides this, a parson having background in cost and chattered accounts is recruited by the Governing Body of the college for thorough internal audit of the accounts. The Concerned person has internally audited the Accounts for the year 2014-2015 for both General and B. Ed. Sections and remarked against the personal advances, undistributed provident fund interest and improper expenditure voucher keeping system. Principal-in-charge brings these suggestions and recommendations of internal auditor to the Governing Body for discussion and correction of the existing practises. External auditor is deputed by the Higher Education Dept. (HED), Govt. of West Bengal time to time. College contacts with the External Auditor after getting information from HED and submits the internally audited papers for checking and verification. Principal-in-charge brings all recommendations of the External Auditor to the Governing Body for ratifications and implementation. In this way audit process is completed and submitted to HED.

Resource Mobilization

College has a traditional practice to deposit a portion of the income over the expenditure amount in a fixed deposit account. In this way college has accumulated an amount of rupees 3.30 crores as fixed deposit. From there a large amount of interest is generated. College has two ponds of its own, one of which is situated inside the main campus of the College and the other is outside of the hostel campus. These ponds are yearly leased for earning some revenue. College has also constructed 37 nos. of stalls to prevent the encroachment along a portion of boundary wall and by dint of it a onetime fund of Rs 20, 00,000/- is generated. The same has been saved under fixed deposit scheme which provides an annual interest of Rs 1, 00,000/- approximately. Besides, these stalls generate annual revenue of Rs 40,000 only in the form of rent. A portion of the unused teachers’ quarter has been provided to the WEBEL INFORMATICS for running computer application courses on rents basis. This also generates a fund of Rs 50,000/- Yearly. College also provides its campus for competitive examinations venue, which also generate a fund of Rs 10,000/- only throughout the year as per following details:-

  1. Revenue from lease of 2 ponds : Rs 12,000/-
  2. Rent from stalls : Rs 40,080/-
  3. Rent from webel informatics : Rs 96,000/-
  4. Interest on donation for stall construction : Rs 1,00,000/-

6.4.2 Funds / Grants received from management, non-government bodies, individuals, philanthropies during the year(not covered in Criterion III)

Name of the non-government funding agencies/ individuals

Funds/ Grants received in Rs.

Purpose

Nil

Nil

6.4.2 Total corpus fund generated Nil

6.5 Internal Quality Assurance System

6.5.1 Whether Academic and Administrative Audit (AAA) has been done?

Audit Type

External

Internal

Yes/No

Agency

Yes/No

Authority

Academic

Yes

Burdwan University

Yes

GB, Kalna College

Administrative

Yes

Burdwan University

Yes

GB, Kalna College

6.5.2 Activities and support from the Parent – Teacher Association (at least three)

Parents are closely related to teachers although there is no such association at present. Parents are informed for discussion if any problem caused by their ward. Otherwise, parents are invited to be present in the college annual social function and Saraswati Puja. These are the annual events where parents and teacher may come close together.

6.5.3 Development programmes for support staff (at least three)

1 Teacher of the college computer science department generally trains the support staff how to be used the new purchased software.

2 Commerce department along with other financial organization generally enlighten the teaching and non-teaching staff about the different savings scheme.

3 Teachers of the Mathematics and Commerce department regularly help the support staff to keep the Provident Fund Account nicely and clearly. They also help them personally if there is any crisis arises.

6.5.4 Post Accreditation initiative(s) (mention at least three)

6.5.5

a. Submission of Data for AISHE portal : (Yes /No) Yes

b. Participation in NIRF : (Yes /No) No

c. ISO Certification : (Yes /No) No

d. NBA or any other quality audit : (Yes /No) No

6.5.6 Number of Quality Initiatives undertaken during the year

Year

Name of quality initiative by IQAC

Date of conducting activity

Duration (from-----to------)

Number of participants

2014

1.To introduce course module at the beginning of the year

16-06-2014

1-Year

5000

2014

2. To strengthen ICT facility of the students

13-08-2014

1-Year

5000

2014

3.To introduce on line Admission

08-05-2014

45 days

8000

2014

4.To pursue the introduction of sociology

as new General Subject for UG course

15-01-2014

6- months

20

2014

5.To organise Seminar/workshop

19-08-2014

1-day

114

2014

23/12/14 to 27/12/14

1-week

50

2015

6.To arrange remedial classes

for SC/ST students

01/02/15 to 30/06/15

5 - months

527

2015

7.To encourage teachers for MRP

January-2015

43

2015

8.To consider feedback analysis

March-2015

1500

CRITERIONVII –INSTITUTIONAL VALUES AND BEST PRACTICES

7.1 - Institutional Values and Social Responsibilities

7.1.1 Gender Equity (Number of gender equity promotion programmes organized by the institution during the year)

Title of the programme

Period (from-to)

Participants

Female

Male

Essence of Women’s Education

Emancipation, Religion & Liberty

16-09-2014

60

50

7.1.2 Environmental Consciousness and Sustainability/Alternate Energy initiatives such as:

Percentage of power requirement of the College met by the renewable energy sources

25 % LED lamps are used out of total power consumption

Few solar street lights are used as demonstration purpose

7.1.3 Differently abled (Divyangjan) friendliness

Items Facilities

Yes/No

No. of Beneficiaries

Physical facilities

Yes

28

Provision for lift

No

NA

Ramp/ Rails

01

15

Braille Software/facilities

No

NA

Rest Rooms

Yes

28

Scribes for examination

Yes

05

Special skill development for differently abled students

No

NA

Any other similar facility

No

NA

7.1.4 Inclusion and Situatedness

Enlist most important initiatives taken to address locational advantages and disadvantages during the year

Year

Number of initiatives to address locational advantages and disadvantages

Number of initiatives taken to engage with and contribute to local community

Date and duration of the initiative

Name of the initiative

Issues addressed

Number of participating students and staff

2015

2

1

26.01.15

for one day

Participation of NCC cadets

In Sub-

Divisional Republic Day Parade.

As the College is situated very close to Aghorenath Park Stadium, every year the participants of NCC cadet in Sub-divisional Republic Day Parade is large.

150

2014

1

15.06.2014

15 days

To prevent the admission of large number of students.

Students’ pressure is managed with the help of the local MLA.

Convinced about 100 students to take admission elsewhere.

7.1.5 Human Values and Professional Ethics

Code of conduct (handbooks) for various stakeholders

Title

Date of Publication

Follow up (maximum 100 words each)

Prospectus: 2014-2015

25-06-2014

Every year Prospectus and Academic Calendar is published before starting the admission of the first year UG & B. Ed. Courses. Prospectus contains all sorts of information about the college and courses.It also highlighted the fees structure and code of conduct for students and other stakeholders thoroughly. Students are advised to keep these two pamphlets always with them during the entire session. So that, they can get all relevant information in time.

7.1.6 Activities conducted for promotion of universal Values and Ethics

Activity

Duration (from-------to-------)

Number of participants

NCC & NSS

Yearly 2 NCC & 2 NSS Prog. On values

225

7.1.7 Initiatives taken by the institution to make the campus eco-friendly (at least five)

1. Flowers’ garden is generally grown &maintained in front of the College main building for campus beautification.

2. E-garbage is collected and properly stored in a separate room and sold it out time to time to keep the campus free from such pollution.

3. All effluent is discharged after treatment into the soak pit and organic garbage is generally thrown into the composting pit for making it fertiliser to use in the garden.

4. Entire College campus is declared as Ragging Free as well as Smoking free Zone.

5. College NSS team aware all stakeholder to keep and maintain the campus clean.

7.2 Best Practices

Describe at least two institutional best practices

Upload details of two best practices successfully implemented by the

institution as per NAAC format in your institution website: http://www.kalnacollege.ac.in/NAAC/Best Practices

7.3 Institutional Distinctiveness

Provide the details of the performance of the institution in one area distinctive to its vision, priority and thrust. Provide the web-link: http://www.kalnacollege.ac.in/NAAC/Institutional Distinctiveness


8. Future Plans of action for next academic year (500 words)

The College has adopted the future plan for the next academic session

(i) Introducing new course in Sociology. (ii) Remedial coaching classes for SC, ST, OBC and Minority students (iii) Strengthening ICT (iv) Taking of Students’ Feedback and its analysis (v) Encouragement of teachers for pursuing Minor/Major research project

Introduction of New Course

Introduction of new course in the academic institution is always an important criterion for thedevelopment of teaching-learning process. Accordingly IQAC and Teachers’ Council decided to open Sociology General Course and Education Honours Course from the next academic session. From the students’ end there was also an appeal to start these new courses in the college from the coming session.

Remedial coaching classes

College generally takes the remedial classes for slow learner students. But this year, IQAC planned to arrange the UGC sponsored remedial classes for SC/ST/OBC (non-creamy layer) and Minority students in the lean session of the academic year by preparing a special Routine. To run these classes a few non-teaching staff will be deputed for official works.

Strengthening ICT

With the progress of the modern admission system, ICT facility for the students inside the College campus will be developed for their registration, examination, and review purposes. In addition to this, public address system as well as the use of LCD machine will be increased for visual presentation to the students for their better understanding. Kalna College has it’s an own website i.e. www.kalnacollege.ac.in on which all kinds of information regarding admission, registration, examination, NCC, NSS and Games & Sports etc. in the form of uploaded notice, by which students are intimated through new technology.

Students’ Feedback

The feedback analysis is one of the important part for the strategic development of all Higher Educational Institution. The different stakeholder viz. students, employees, alumni, teachers and guardians are important in all round development of the institution. Feedback will be taken from students on the basis of infrastructure facilities, water, electricity, laboratory, library, canteen and common room and the feedback also taken on the performance of teachers and teaching-learning process. Feedback collected from students will be analysed and the action will be taken accordingly. A different type of feedback will also be collected from employee on the condition of working place, availability of sufficient space, the adequacy/inadequacy of number of employee, condition of canteen and the toilet facility are critically analysed and initiatives will be taken in this regard. The feedback from teachers based on the teaching- learning method, availability of infrastructure (class room) and internet and ICT facility received will be analysed for improving the existing set-up. Feedback received from Alumni on the overall performance of the college and the scope of creation of job opportunity and employability training. College generally takes the initiative in this regard and made contact with different companies for offering campus interview. Feedback taken from students will be analysed and the result will be shown on college website.

Pursuing Major/Minor Research Project

Research in higher education is one of the important way to acquainted with the knowledge of modern theory and practices. Therefore, every teacher in higher education should pursue research and training work for the sake of their own requirement of latest information. Principal and Coordinator, IQAC will convene sensitization meeting/discussion for the teachers to inspire them for applying Major and/or Minor research project to the different sponsoring agency.


Name Prof. Debasis Bhattacharyya Name Prof. Banshi Badan Majhi

_______________________________ _______________________________

Signature of the Coordinator, IQAC Signature of the Chairperson, IQAC

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Annexure I

Abbreviations:

CAS - Career Advancement Scheme

CAT - Common Admission Test

CBCS - Choice Based Credit System

CE - Centre for Excellence

COP - Career Oriented Programme

CPE - College with Potential for Excellence

DPE - Department with Potential for Excellence

GATE - Graduate Aptitude Test

NET - National Eligibility Test

PEI - Physical Education Institution

SAP - Special Assistance Programme

SF - Self Financing

SLET - State Level Eligibility Test

TEI - Teacher Education Institution

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For Communication with NAAC

The Director

National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC)

(An Autonomous Institution of the University Grants Commission)

P. O. Box. No. 1075, Nagarbhavi

Bengaluru - 560 072

Phone: +91-80-2321 0261/62/63/64/65

Fax: +91-80-2321 0268, 2321 0270

E-mail: director.naac@gmail.com

Website: www.naac.gov.in

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