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  • Nehru Mahavidyalaya (Arts*Commerce*Science) Nerparsopant.

    Nehru Mahavidyalaya

    Nerparsopant, Dist.Yavatmal (M.S.)

    Centre for Graduate & Post Graduate Studies

    RE-ACCREDITATION REPORT 2015

    RE-ACCREDITATION REPORT 2015

    Nehru Mahavidyalaya (Arts*Commerce*Science) Nerparsopant.

    Nehru Mahavidyalaya (Arts*Commerce*Science)

    Nerparsopant, Dist.Yavatmal (M.S.)

    Centre for Graduate & Post Graduate Studies

    ACCREDITATION REPORT 2015

    (Second Cycle)

    Date : 16.01.2016

    ACCREDITATION REPORT 2015-16

    Page 1

    Centre for Graduate & Post Graduate Studies

    ACCREDITATION REPORT 2015-16

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    Nehru Education Society Nerparsopants

    Nehru Mahavidyalaya (Arts*Commerce*Science)

    Nerparsopant, Dist.Yavatmal (M.S.)

    Centre for Graduate & Post Graduate Studies

    NAAC Accredited with B Grade

    (16 Feb.2004)

    RE-ACCREDITATION REPORT 2015-16

    (Second Cycle)

    Submitted to,

    National Assessment and Accreditation Council

    Bangalore

    Submitted by,

    Principal, Nehru Mahavidyalaya

    (Arts*Commerce*Science) Nerparsopant (M.S.) Website : www.nehrumvner.org E-mail : [email protected]

    Date : 16.01.2016

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    INDEX

    Particulars Page Number

    Message by the President 04

    Preface by the Principal 05

    Mission of the Institution 06

    Local Managing Committee 07

    College NAAC Steering Team 08

    Organizational Setup of the Mahavidyalaya 09

    Introduction 10-11

    Section A : Executive Summary 12-14

    Section B : Profile of the College 16-25

    Section C : Criterion-wise Inputs

    Criterion I : Curricular Aspects 28-34

    Criterion II : Teaching-Learning and Evaluation 36-46

    Criterion III : Research, Consultancy and Extension 48-58

    Criterion IV : Infrastructure and Learning Recourses 60-72

    Criterion V : Student Support and Progression 74-86

    Criterion VI : Governance, Leadership and Management 88-98

    Criterion VII : Innovations and Best Practices 100-103

    Section D : Evaluative Report of Departments 105-160

    Section E : Declaration by the Head of the Institution 161

    Annexure I : Society Registration Certificate 163 Annexure II : UGC 2(f) & 12(b) Certificate 164-166

    Annexure III : University Affiliation 167-169

    Annexure IV : Audit Report (March, 2015) 170-178

    Annexure V : Master Plan of the College 179 Annexure VII : Certificate of accreditation (NAAC) 180

    Annexure VI : Peer Team Report 181-188

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    Parmanandji Agrawal.

    President,

    Nehru Education Society,

    Nerparsopant.

    MESSAGE

    After independance, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru headed the

    Governance of India. His life stood for equality, justice and peace. During the pre-

    independance period the people joined the freedom struggle on a large scale and

    they dedicated themselves to the process of reconstruction of India at his call.

    Nehru believed that the first step towards reconstruction of any society is

    education.

    Inspired by the thought of our Late Prime Minister Pt. Jawaharlal

    Nehru, the people of Nerparsopant, came forword and established Nehru

    Education Society and subsequently college naming after him to cater to the

    needs of Higher Education of this region and the students of socially and

    economically backward sections of the society in particular. It will march to

    continue in future with the same view striving for excellence which is the need of

    time.

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    Dr.Rajeev Sadan.

    Principal,

    Nehru Mahavidyalaya,

    Nerparsopant.

    PREFACE

    We are of the opinion that, the present system of Higher

    Education is in the crises, so excellence and quality in Higher Education is quite

    vital. As the competition is the part and partial of the globalisation and in order to

    survive in this dog-eat-dog world, education of hi-tech is a necessity. But

    considering the local scenario, we endeavour to tread in the direction of quality

    assurance of higher education. Simultaneously, we are conscious of our

    commitments towards the overall development of the common students belonging

    to this rural area.

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    INSTITUTE MISSION

    The mission of the institution Nehru Arts, Commerce & Science

    College is to provide the higher education to all the persons (students)

    belonging to all the sections of the society in this rural and backward area

    Nerparsopant. So that no one should be deprived of the opportunity of higher

    education. The institution intends to promote and advance their overall

    academic and cultural development.

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    NEHRU MAHAVIDYALAYA

    (Arts*Commerce*Science)

    NERPARSOPANT, DIST.YAVATMAL

    Centre for Graduate & Post Graduate Studies

    LOCAL MANAGING COMMITTEE

    Sr.

    No. Office Bearer Designation Phone No.

    1 Shri.Parmanandji Sundarlalji Agrawal President 9421774699

    2 Principal Dr.R.M.Sadan Secretary 9423131203

    3 Shri.Pundalikrao Ramji Chirde Member 9422101112

    4 Shri.Haji Mazaharkha Yusufkha Pathan Member 9423434002

    5 Shri.Sunil Jagannathrao Dhotkar Member 9423625592

    6 Shri.Dr.Mohan Jawaharlalji Sharma Member 8087103685

    7 Shri.Dr.Sanjay Dattatrayaji Kale Member 9423433923

    8 Prof. M.R.Thakare (Teachers Representative) Member 9404440754

    9 Prof. M.D.Wadte (Teachers Representative) Member 8275167276

    10 Prof. S.V.Gawande (Teachers Representative) Member 9404851818

    11 Ku.M.B.Besurkar (Non-Teaching Representative) Member 9423663890

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    NEHRU MAHAVIDYALAYA

    (Arts*Commerce*Science)

    NERPARSOPANT, DIST.YAVATMAL

    Centre for Graduate & Post Graduate Studies

    College NAAC Steering Committee

    Sr.

    No. Name Position held Designation

    1 Principal Dr.R.M.Sadan Chairman Principal and IQAC Chairman

    2 Prof. M.R. Thakare Co-ordrinator Asso. Prof., Dept.of English

    3 Prof. Dr.P.S.Vishwakarma Member Secretary Asstt. Prof., Dept.of Commerce

    4 Prof.Dr M.P.Gomase Member Asstt. Prof., Dept.of History

    5 Prof. S.V.Adsod Member Asstt. Prof., Dept.of Commerce

    6 Prof.Dr. V.P.Kute Member Asstt. Prof., Dept.of Economics

    7 Prof.V.K.Bhosale Member Asstt. Prof. ,Dept.of Physics

    8 Prof.F.P.Sahala Member Asstt. Prof., Dept.of Commerce

    9 Prof.H.H.Sheikh Member Asstt. Prof., Dept.of English

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    Organizational Setup of the Mahavidyalaya

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    INTRODUCTION

    After deep consideration the need of education for the students of Nerparsopant and its

    surrounding villages, Nehru Education Society accepted the challenge and laid down the

    foundation stone of Nehru Arts and Commerce College in 1965 on a land of 8 acres very near

    to the locality.

    At the beginning, all in all 65 students were admitted to the college. 30 students out of

    65 in the pre-university Arts and 25 in pre-university Commerce and 10 students in the

    B.Com.I were admitted. Five teachers (including Principal) were appointed for the sacred job of

    teaching and imparting knowledge, one clerk and one peon were appointed for the

    administrative activities. In this regard the Nehru Education Society tried successfully for the

    education of this rural, social and economically backward area. The society has a commitment

    that it will remain bound for the purpose of education. At present the college has Arts,

    Commerce and Science faculties upto degree level.

    In 1975 college adopted 10+2 pattern of education as per the direction of State Govt.

    and opened Junior college wing. In between 1975 to 1990 college introduced some new

    subjects at graduate level ie. Sociology, English Literature and Marathi Literature as the

    optional subjects. Urdu Language and Urdu Literature subjects were introduced for the

    students of Muslim Community and Urdu medium sections in Junior College also. The college

    has its own Buildings, Playground, Central Library and Subject Laboratories. In this way

    college has been developing itself gradually and qualitatively, including sports & cultural

    activities.

    From the academic year 2003-2004 to 2007-08 the Government of Maharashtra and

    Amravati University has granted the permission to start Science faculty with Computer Science

    and optional subjects Home Economics, Music and Geography in the faculty of Arts. In

    response to our proposal, the UGC approved two Minor Research Projects,