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INSTITUTIONAL

DEVELOPMENT PROPOSAL

UNDER
RASHTREEYA UCHCHATAR SHIKSHA ABHIYAN
(A Scheme of MHRD)

Submitted to
KARNATAKA STATE HIGHER EDUCATION COUNCIL
INSTITUTION OF PRINTING TECHNOLOGY BUILDING FIRST FLOOR, PALACE ROAD
BANGALORE-560001, Karnataka
and
Department of Collegiate Education, Bangalore

Submitted by

GOVERNMENT COLLEGE SINDHANUR


Dt - RAICHUR, Pin-584128, State – KARNATAKA
Phone & Fax : 08535-220067, Mobile : 9844785962 / 9886229189
website: www.gfgcsindhanur.com
E-mail – mnarayana2323@gmail.com & sikandar.dhannur@gmail.com
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INDEX

Sl No Particulars Page No

Institutional Profile 5

Vision 6

Mission 6

Goal 6

Objectives 6

1 Institutional Basic Information 7

1.1 Institutional Identity 7

1.2 Academic Information 8

1.3 Faculty Status 10

1.4 Baseline Data 11

2 Institutional Development Plan 12

2.1 Executive Summary 12

2.2 SWOT Analysis 14

2.3 Specific Objectives and Expected Results in Link with SWOT analysis 19

2.4 Action Plan for Specific objectives 22

a. Improving employability of UG/PG holders 22

b. Increasing learning outcome 23

c. Obtaining autonomous status 24

d. Accrediting UG/PG programs 24

e. Implementation academic & non-academic reforms 25

f. Improving interaction with industry 27

g. Enhancing research activities 27

2.5 Action Plan for Organizing Finishing School for SC/ST/OBC 28

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2.6 Action Plan for Strengthening & Starting New PG Programs 30

2.7 Training Need Analysis 31

2.8 Action Plan for Training Technical & Other Staffs 33

2.9 Relevance & Coherence of IDP 34

2.10 Participation of Department & Faculty in preparing IDP 35

2.11 Institutional Project Implementation Arrangements 36

2.12 Institutional Project Budget Plan 38

2.13 Targets against Deliverables List 40

2.14 Output and Outcome targets 45

2.15 Action Plan for Sustainability of Project Activities 47

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ANNEXURES

SL.NO TITLE Page No.

1. College Approval/Sanction Order 48

2. College Land Record (Record of Rights) 49

3. Copy of 2(f)&12(b) 51

4. NAAC Certificate of Accreditation


52

5. Submission of LOI fees for NAAC re-accreditation


53

6. LOI for submission of NAAC re-accreditation report


54

7. Teaching and Non teaching details 55

8. Library Books 56

9. Baseline data for last five years 57

10 Declaration of the Principal 71

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INSTITUTION PROFILE

Government Degree College, Sindhanur is one of the oldest colleges in Hyderabad-


Karnataka region. This region is been granted “special status under article 371(J)” of the
constitution. The College started functioning during the academic year 1971 as a result of
endeavours and efforts of many interested persons, especially all the people’s representatives of
this place and Ministry of Higher Education with Commissioner of Collegiate Education of that
moment. This College has been accredited with "B" Grade by NAAC during the year 2004-05.
Population of this place is about 2,10,000. This population includes nearly 60,000 SCs, 15,000 STs
and 1,10,000 OBCs. The college has been governed by Department of Higher Education of
Karnataka Government and regulations of Gulbarga University, Gulbarga. College is included in “2
(f) and 12 (B)” norms of the UGC Act. Government of Karnataka provides learning opportunities
through sanction of new courses to facilitate the stream of this region. The university updates
Curriculum from time to time. The admission to various courses is made in accordance with the
regulations specified by Government of Karnataka and Gulbarga University.

Our college has the campus area of nearly 18 acres of land with present existing building
with playground. The college offers undergraduate courses viz., B.A, B.Com and B.Sc., with
different combinations and postgraduate courses viz., M.A., M.Com, and M. Sc. The institution has
drawn up an action plan to impart knowledge and to enable students to cherish their creative
abilities. The institution is guided by the national education policies which emphasizes preparing
efficient and skilled human resources for facing up to the contemporary challenges. The college
has three science laboratories, two computer labs and library having nearly 50000 books.
The college has the units of Sports, NSS, Red Cross and Scouts & Guides for students to cater
their needs of mental, physical and social development.

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VISION

“To impart value based education for the students of this region by providing complete and
easy “accessibility” for all to the ocean of knowledge, to achieve “equity and excellence”.

MISSION

“Contribute towards Development of College and students through excellence in education by


utilising sources provided in RUSA”.

GOAL

“Empower rural and economically backward students for their distinctive success in

academic, career and personal heights through collaborations within the college and other

institutions.

OBJECTIVES

“To realize our vision, mission and goals through RUSA, by providing equity and assurance to
the all beneficiaries of this institution.”

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1. Institutional Basic Information

1.1Institutional Identity

Name of the Institution : Govt. Degree College & PG Centre, Sindhanur-

584128, Dt - Raichur, St – Karnataka

Is the Institution approved by : Yes, approved by DCE and UGC 2(f) & 12(b) act.

Regulatory body?
Furnish approval no* : No. ACV/ILN-7/DCE/1970-71, Date: 01-10-1971*

Type of Institution : Govt. Funded

Status of Institution : Non-autonomous

*Approval copy is enclosed.

Name of Head of Institution and Project Nodal Officers

Head and Name Phone Mobile


Name E-mail Address
of nodal officer Number Number
08535- pralladreddyonimani
Head of the Mr. Pralladareddy 09448300075
Institution 220067 @ gmail.com

RUSA Mr. Sikandar.H. 08535- sikandar.dhannur


Institutional 09886229189
Coordinator Dhannur 220067 @ gmail.com

Nodal Officers for


08535- nagannakilari1982
Academic Mr. Naganna Kilari 09972607208
activities 220067 @ gmail.com

Civil works
08535- arshi.jamal2020
including Miss Arshi Jamal 09742435196
Environmental 220067 @ gmail.com
Management
08535- sayyadarifulla
Procurement Mr. Sayyad Aarif Ulla 09980344542
220067 @ gmail.com

08535- sagarssp.sangu9
Financial aspects Mr. Sanganagouda 09880341316
220067 @ gmail.com
Equity 08535- khadarsmart08
Assurance Plan Mr. K.Khadarbasha 09972319763
Implementation 220067 @ gmail.com

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1.2Academic Information

UG programs offered in Academic year 2013-14

Title Duration Year of Sanctioned Total


Sl No Level (UG) annual students
programs (years) starting
intake strength

1 BA UG 3 1971 -- 520

2 B.Com UG 3 1971 -- 482

3 B. Sc UG 3 2007 -- 158

Whether Institution is accredited? : Yes

Grade: NAAC Accredited with ”B”

When: 2004
Note : Applied for re-accreditation in the year 2014. Letter of LOI is enclosed.

PG programs offered in Academic year 2013-14


Title Duration Year of Sanctioned Total
Sl. Level
students
No Programs (PG) (years) starting annual strength
intake
1. History PG 2 2011 60+2 43

1 M.A 2. Economics PG 2 2011 60+2 58


3. Sociology PG 2 2011 60+2 56
4. Political Science PG 2 2011 60+2 56

2 M. Sc 1. Mathematics PG 2 2011 60+2 15


2. Computer Science PG 2 2011 60+2 27
3 M.Com PG 2 2011 60+2 62

Whether Institution is accredited? : --

Grade: --

When: --

Note : Not eligible, since PG courses started three years back.

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Accreditation Status of Programs Offered

a. UG programs

Title of
Whether
UG Whether accredited
Whether eligible for “Applied for”
programs as on 31st March
accreditation or not? as on 31st
being 2013?
March 2013?
offered

1. B.A Eligible for Re-accreditation Accredited “B” grade* Applied**

2. B.Com Eligible for Re-accreditation Accredited “B” grade* Applied**

3. B.Sc Eligible for Re-accreditation Accredited “B” grade* Applied**


*Accredited in the year 2004, NAAC certificate is enclosed.
** Applied for re-accreditation in the year 2013. Letter of LOI is enclosed.

b. PG programs

Whether
Whether
Whether “Applied
Title of PG programs being eligible for
accredited as on for” as on
offered accreditation or
31st March 2013? 31st March
not?
2013?

History Not Eligible* -- --

Economics Not Eligible* -- --


1. M.A
Political Science Not Eligible* -- --

Sociology Not Eligible* -- --

2. M.Com Commerce Not Eligible* -- --

Mathematics Not Eligible* -- --


3. M.Sc
Computer
Not Eligible* -- --
Science

*PG programs were started in the academic year 2011-12.

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1.3 Faculty Status

(Regular Faculty as on March 31st 2013)

Present Status: Number in Position by Highest

Total No. of Contract Faculty in Position


No. of Sanctioned Posts (Regular) Qualifications

Total no. of Faculty in Position


Doctoral Degree Master Degree Bachelor

Total Vacancy
Faculty
Engineerin Other Engineerin Other Other
Rank Engineerin
g Disciplin g Disciplin Disciplin
g Discipline
Discipline e Discipline e e

R C R C R C R C R C R C

1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17
3

Principal
1* -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 0 1 --
Grade-I

Professor -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

Associate
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
Professor

Assistant
25 -- -- 02 -- -- -- 18 -- -- -- -- -- 20 05 --
Professor

Total 26 -- -- 02 -- -- -- 18 -- -- -- -- -- 20 06 --
*Currently In-charge Principal is posted to our college.

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1.4 Baseline Data
S
N
Parameters Data

Total strength of students in all programs and all years of study in the year
1 1203
2012-13.
Total Women students in all programs and all years of study in the year 2012-
2 237
13.
3 Total SC students in all programs and all years of study in the year 2012-13. 265

4 Total ST Students in all programs and all years of study in the year 2012-13. 153

5 Total OBC students in all programs and all years of study in the year 2012-13. 731

Number of fully functional P-4 and above level computers available for
6 80
students in the years 2012-13.

Total no of text books & reference books available in library for UG & PG Nearly
7
students 2012-13. 40000

8 % of UG students placed through campus interviews in the year 2012-13. 00

9 % o f PG students placed through campus interviews in the year 2012-13. 00


Percentage of high quality UG students (>75% marks) passed out in the year 75.43%
10
2012-13.
Percentage of high quality PG students (>75% marks) passed out in the year
11 55.67%
2012-13.
12 Number of research publications in Indian Journals in the year 2012-13. 00
Number of research publications referred in international journals in the year
13 00
2012-13.
14 Number of patents obtained in the year 2012-13. 00

15 Number of patents filed in the year 2012-13. 00

16 Number of sponsored research projects completed in the year 2012-13. 00

(i) 91.18
nd (ii)87.75
17 The transition rate of students in percentage from 1 Year to 2 Year in the
st

year 2012-13. (i) All students (ii) SC (iii) ST (iv) OBC. (iii)29.66
(iv)75.55

18 IRG from student’s fee and other charges in the year 2012-13. (In Lakhs) 177.27

IRG from externally funded R&D projects, consultancies in the year 2012-13 (In
19 00
Lakh)

20 Total IRG in the year 2012-13 (In Lakh) 177.27

Total annual recurring expenditure of the institution in the year 2012-13 (In
21 177.27
Lakh)

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2. Institutional Development Plan

2.1 Executive summary


Government Degree College, Sindhanur is one of the oldest colleges in Hyderabad-
Karnataka region. This region is been granted “special status under article 371(J)” of the
constitution. The College started functioning during the academic year 1971 as a result of
endeavours and efforts of many interested persons, especially all the people’s
representatives of this place and Ministry of Higher Education with Commissioner of
Collegiate Education of that moment. This College has been accredited with "B" Grade by
NAAC during the year 2004-05. Population of this place is about 2,10,000. This population
includes nearly 60,000 SCs, 15,000 STs and 1,10,000 OBCs. The college has been governed
by Department of Higher Education of Karnataka Government and regulations of Gulbarga
University, Gulbarga. Government of Karnataka provides learning opportunities through
sanction of new courses to facilitate the stream of this region. The university updates
Curriculum from time to time. The admission to various courses is made in accordance
with the regulations specified by Government of Karnataka and Gulbarga University.

Our college has the campus area of nearly 17 acres with present existing building
with playground. The college offers undergraduate courses viz., B.A, B.Com and B.Sc., with
different combinations and postgraduate courses viz., M.A., M.Com, and M. Sc. The
institution has drawn up an action plan to impart knowledge and to enable students to
cherish their creative abilities. The institution is guided by the national education policies
which emphasizes preparing efficient and skilled human resources for facing up to the
contemporary challenges. The college has three science laboratories, two computer labs
and a library having nearly 50000 books. The college has the units of Sports, NSS, Red
Cross and Scouts & Guides for students to cater their needs of mental, physical and social
development.

Karnataka is the first state in southern India to introduce and implement


Rashtriya Uchchtar Siksha Abhiyan (RUSA) in Government colleges from session 2013-
14. In view of implementation of RUSA effectively in our college, Principal
Mr.Pralladareddy underlined the need for preparing the perspective plan for qualitative
improvement in college education with strengthening of the infrastructural facilities.
Mr.Pralladareddy who heads the college, took an initiative and constituted a team
(named Perspective Plan Committee) for conceptualization of the vision document i.e.
‘Perspective Plan’. He encouraged the staff of the institution to prepare a consolidated
document containing a road map of vision plan for the years to come.

The SWOT analysis undertaken by the institute was an eye opener to all the faculty
and staff of this College in revealing that a lot more needs to be done in the coming years
towards realizing its vision. This proposal under RUSA is a part of the Institute’s Strategic
Plan derived from the SWOT analysis.
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Qualitative and quantitative improvement in the UG/PG Education and Research
needs immediate attention during the current and next five year plans. This proposal
provides a road map towards achieving the objectives under various thrust areas to
improve the quality of UG/PG education and research.
In this RUSA grant Rs. 2 crore is allotted new construction facilities, Rs 1 crore is
allotted to renovation of existing building and 1 crore is allotted procuring books, e-
sources, sports equipments, lab equipments etc.
The following thrust areas have been identified and action plans are proposed
to achieve the specific objectives and outcomes:

• Improving Employability of UG/PG holders

• Increasing Learning Outcomes of the Students

• Obtaining Autonomous Status

• Accrediting UG/PG Programs

• Improving Interaction with Industry

• Enhancing Research activities

• Organizing Finishing School

• Starting New UG/PG Programs

The project targets are as follows:

• Increase employability rate of UG/PG holders from 10% to 70%

• Increase in the transition rate and pass percentage of weak students from 30% to
80%.

• Becoming an autonomous institution within two years

• Achieving 60% accreditation for existing courses in two years and 100%
accreditation by the end of the project

• All students should undergo finishing school training

• Faculty and staff should undergo training in domain area, pedagogy, soft skills and
research.

• Create a research and innovation climate in the institute

• 20% increase in the number of research publications by the faculty and students.

• To start New UG/PG Programs

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2.2 SWOT ANALYSIS

2.2.1 Methodology, Analysis of Data, and Inferences


At UG/PG level, a combination SWOT analysis and Strategic Planning was carried
out with reference to Mission, Vision and Goal of the Institute. A group of 20 members
which includes faculty and staff of all the departments, staff of office and workshop,
experts from Industries, Alumni, and Parents participated in the workshop.

First, the core group was addressed by the Principal who exhorted the imperative
need of implementing RUSA project in the Institute. He informed that the RUSA project has
come as a blessing to the Institute and all the staff members should work to bring out an
institute specific plan and brace themselves to the task of being pioneers and change
agents in remodelling the functioning of the College. The RUSA coordinator later briefed
about the components and sub components of the RUSA proposal and informed the group

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to identify the key internal factors (Strength and Weakness) and external factors
(Opportunity and Threats) that are important to achieve objectives of the sub component
2.2 in the RUSA document.

The core group was divided into subgroups with the department group interacting
with industry, faculty, alumni, students, parents and they were asked to deliberate on the
SWOT analysis in the following thrust areas:

• Improving employability of UG/PG holders

• Increasing learning outcomes of the students

• Obtaining autonomous status

• Accrediting UG/PG programs

• Improving interaction with industry

• Enhancing research activities

• Organizing the finishing school

• Starting new UG/PG courses

The groups then discussed and distilled their thoughts; the group coordinators
collected SWOT inputs on each thrust area from every member of the group. All the
thrust-area SWOT inputs were collected into one master SWOT sheet for the Institute.

Once this task was completed, the groups were asked to identify the key activities for
each thrust area linking the results of the SWOT analysis and prepare action plans for
Institutional Development Plan.

2.2.2 Strategic plan for Institutional Development based on SWOT analysis


With an overwhelming aim and objective to recognize and acknowledge the value
addition in transforming the admitted raw students into a capable and skilled technician
having sound knowledge of fundamentals and an acceptable level of professional and
personal competence for ready employability, this College has planned the following
strategies to bring about changes in its programs based on SWOT analysis.

Enhancing employability of UG/PG students

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Developing need based curricula; identifying and strengthening soft skills of the students;
improving industrial relationship; improving quality of teaching, learning and evaluation
processes; introducing innovative research based projects; faculty development in new
and emerging areas; creating advanced laboratories; and enhancing computer and library
facilities.

Enhancing research activities

Gradually switching over from the current teaching-centric, syllabi/subject-based and


examination oriented education to learning-centric, competency-centric and learning-
outcomes-based education; designing curricula and evaluation scheme based on learning
outcomes approach; faculty development for introducing innovations and research;
preparing students to innovate and research at their level; introducing innovative and
research oriented projects; and collaborating with other institutions and industries.

Strengthening of learning outcomes of the students

Bringing autonomous status for the institution; accrediting various UG/PG programs;
providing support for students through finishing school; implementing academic and non-
academic reforms; and planning, organizing and implementing staff development programs to
enhance their IT skills, technical skills and soft skills.

By conducting brain storming sessions with following stake holders all the strengths,
weakness, opportunities and threats of the institution are listed below

HODS

Faculty

Visitin
g
SWOT expert

Guardian
s

Technical
supportin
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CDC of
Collleg
e Student

2.2.3 SWOT Analysis

STRENGTHS

S1 Location of College is in the Hyderabad-Karnataka region of the state.


Hyderabad-Karnataka region is given special status under article 371(J) of the
S2
Constitution.
S3 College is included in “2 (f) and 12 (B)” norms of the UGC Act.
S4 College owns 17.5 acres of land with present existing building.
S5 Institution provides all the basic facilities necessary to students
S6 Accredited with B grade in 2004.
S7 Large no of Library sources, around 50000 books

WEAKNESSES

W1 Low employability of the students.


W2 Less infrastructural facilities to impart effective training.
W3 Most of the laboratories are not equipped to cater to present day technology.
W4 Office Automation needs to be done.
W5 Insufficient Library infrastructure Facilities.

OPPORTUNITIES

O1
Getting “A” grade from NAAC in Re-accreditation.
O2 Expansion of PG & UG academic courses
O3 28 feeding colleges.
Availability of resource persons for imparting soft-skill and communication skills
O4
training within the district.
O5 Scope for educating economically weaker section of the society.

THREATS

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T1
English as medium of instruction.
T2
Low-salary offers for the UG/PG holders.
T3 Majority students prefer to leave further education due to financial problems.
T4 Weak accessibility to Institute. i.e, Transport Facilities.
T5 Mushrooming of private Colleges in and around vicinity of the Institution

2.2.4 Linkage between SWOT analysis and key project activities

Sl. No. Key Project Activities Link with SWOT analysis


S1-S4, S6,
W1-W2,
1 Improving employability of UG/PG holders
O1-O5,
T2-T4
S2-S4,S7
Increasing learning outcomes of the W2-W4
2
students O1, O5,
T1,
S3,S4,S6,
W1-W4,
3 Obtaining autonomous status
O1-O5,
T1,T5
S3,S4,S6,
W2-W5
4 Accrediting UG/PG programs
O1-O5,
T1,T5
S1, S3, S6,
W1,
5 Improving interaction with industry
O1-O5,
T1
S1,S3,S7
W2, W5
6 Enhancing research activities
O1,O4-O5,
T1,T5
S1-S7,
W1-W3
7 Organizing finishing school
O1-O5,
T1, T2

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S1-S7,
W1-W4,
8 Starting new UG/PG courses
O1-O5,
T1, T5

2.3 Linkage between specific objectives, expected results and SWOT


Analysis with Institutional Budget
Link to
Link to
Sl. Specific Instituti
Expected Results SWOT
No. Objectives onal
analysis
Budget
1 • To train the • Enhanced employability
students in soft • Quality of the student
skills and output is good
communication • Reputation of the institute S5, S7,
skills for increases W4, W5
2.12[5]
enhancing their • Faculty gain exposure to latest O3, O4
employability T1-T3,T5
industrial practices
• To equip the • Industries get employable man
students for self power pool and their productivity
employment increases
2 • To achieve the • Increase in transition rate of weak
increased students
learning • Increase in pass percentage S3,S6,S7
W4-W5
outcomes • Increase in the performance O3,O5
2.12[6]
through student appraisal of individual students T1-T3,T5
centric approach • Increase in the satisfaction index
of the students
3 • To obtain • Inclusion of value added courses
administrative as per market demand
autonomy • Flexibility in the curriculum
• To obtain design with choice of electives
academic • Introducing innovations in
S5,S6,S7
autonomy teaching/learning processes W4,W5
• To obtain • Deputing faculty for academic 2.12[4]
O3,O4
financial advancement T1-T3,T5
autonomy • Collaborative arrangements with
outside bodies /experts for
curricula development.

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4 • Accrediting Academic reforms:
UG/PG programs • Improved students performance
• Performance appraisal of faculty S3,S4,S7
by students W2-W5
2.12[4]
• Faculty incentives for continuing O1-O5
education T1,T5
• Accreditation of UG/PG programs

5 • To implement Academic reforms:


academic • Curricular reforms
reforms that • Improved students performance
facilitate • Performance appraisal of faculty
teaching by students
learning process • Faculty incentives for continuing
• To implement education S6,S7,
non-academic • Accreditation of UG/PG programs W4,W5 2.12[2 &
reforms that Non- Academic reforms: O3,O4 4]
facilitate • Exercise of autonomy T2,T3,T4,T5
teaching • Generation, retention and
learning process utilization of revenue generated
through a variety of activities
• Academic support for weak
students

6 • To establish • Undertaking problem solving


strong Industry projects, joint research work and
and Institution consultancies on industrial
Interaction to
products.
benefit students
and faculty and • Institution can serve as training S5
centres for industry W1-W5
to promote 2.12[5]
O3,O4
collaborative • Industry can participate in T1,T5
interdisciplinary curriculum improvement and
research development
• Training of students in traditional
and new technologies and soft
skills
7 • To improve • Facilitate joint research work,
research, consultancy involving faculty and
consultancy students
activities and • Undertake testing and
generate certification S5,S7
W4,W5,
revenue for the • Publishing articles in journals O3,O4,O5
2.12[3]
institution • Promote revenue generation T1,T2,T5
• To publish • Acquire patents
technical papers • Develop low cost technology
& getting patents • Develop innovations and software

8 • To improve the • Improves the transition rate and S4,S6,S7


transition rate pass percentage of SC/ST/OBC/ W4,W5,
2.12[6]
and pass rate of academically weak students O3,O4,O5
SC/ST/OBC and from75 % to 95 % T2,T3,T5

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academically • Enhances their employability from
weak students 50 % to75
9 • To establish new • Help in diversifying institutional
course / post activities S5,S7,
W4,W5
UG/PG program • Greater opportunities for O3,O4,O5
2.12[6]
academic and professional growth T1,T2,T3,T5
for faculty

2.3.1 Justification to Participate In RUSA

This College is a premier institution offering three-year UG courses in BA, BSc,


BCom and two year PG courses in MA History, MA Sociology, MA Economics, MA
Political Science, MCom, MSc Maths and MSc Computer Science .
This College has large human resource base including 85 (both permanent
and non-permanent) faculty members of which 5 PhD holder, 10 NET/SLET holders
and 60 Post Graduates, are fully geared up to meet the challenges under RUSA in the
identified thrust areas. During the SWOT analysis workshop, all the faculty and staff
openly came out with Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats and
expressed their enthusiasm, confidence and aspiration in taking the institution to
greater heights of achievement.
Since this college is in educationally most backward region it is at most
important to raise its standards to meet the upcoming challenges. Hence we
are participating in RUSA program.
The SWOT analysis undertaken by the institute was an eye opener to all the
faculty and staff of this College in revealing that a lot more needs to be done in the
coming years towards realizing its vision. This proposal under RUSA is a part of the
Institute’s Strategic Plan derived from the SWOT analysis.
Quantitative improvement in the UG/PG Education and Research activities
needs immediate attention during the current and next five year plans. This
proposal provides a road map towards achieving the objectives under various
thrust areas to improve the quality of UG/PG education and research. To improve
the infrastructural facilities, to enhance learning and to develop innovative thinking
in research & development it is very much necessary to participate in RUSA.

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2.4 ACTION PLANS

a). Improving Employability of UG/PG Holders

(Coloured portion indicates activities to be performed during mentioned project months)

Project Months

Sl. 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17


Key Activities
No.
10-12

13-15

16-18

19-21

22-24

25-27

28-30

31-33

34-36
1-3

4-6

7-9

To train the students in technical and soft skills for enhancing their employability

1 Form a committee

2 Identify the need-based


technical and soft skills
3 Identify the resource
persons/experts for
technical and soft skills
4 Frame time schedule to
impart communication
skill and soft-skill
training
5 Impart communication
skill and soft-skill
training
6 Update laboratories and
train faculty for
imparting
communication skill and
soft skill training
7 Construct and set up a
seminar hall for
conducting placement
activities
8 Establishment of
departmental computer
centre with internet
facility

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9 Establishment of e-
campus and digital
library
10 Update library with
latest books and
journals
11 Frame curriculum for
language lab
12 Identify and procure
equipment for language
lab
13 Establish language lab
14 Introduce language lab
as a part of course work
15 Identify industries and
execute formal MoUs for
industry internship for
students
16 Introduce industry
internship as a part of
course work
17 Identify students and
conduct EDP
18 Identify and conduct
short term courses for
self employment

b). Increasing Learning Outcomes of the Students


(Coloured portion indicates activities to be performed during mentioned project months)

Project Months
Sl. 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17
Key Activities
No
10-12

13-15

16-18

19-21

22-24

25-27

28-30

31-33

34-36
1-3

4-6

7-9

To achieve the increased learning outcomes through student centric approach


1 Set up a committee

2 Identify areas where


improvement in student
learning process is
needed

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3 Chalk out programs for
bridge courses, soft skill
training and remedial
classes for enhancing
learning outcomes.
4 Conduct the identified
programs and training
5 Identify and conduct
academic and
pedagogical training for
the staff
6 Adopt different teaching
methodology which aids
student learning process
7 Introduce continuous
evaluation with
formative and
summative assessments
8 Modify curriculum to
integrate short term
industrial training
9 Mentor academically
weak students through
proper guidance and
counselling
10 Conduct workshops on
life skills and study skills
11 Monitor and get
feedback on the learning
outcomes of the
students

c). Obtaining Autonomous Status

Since college has applied for re-accreditation, we are hoping and expecting to
secure “A” grade from NAAC. Hence forth we will be planning to obtain autonomous
status or centre for potential in excellence.

d). Accrediting UG/PG Programs


(Coloured portion indicates activities to be performed during mentioned project months)

Project Months
Sl. 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17
Key Activities
No
10-12

13-15

16-18

19-21

22-24

25-27

28-30

31-33

34-36
1-3

4-6

7-9

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To accredit the programs for ensuring quality student output

1 Forming an accreditation
committee
2 Identifying institutional
preparation for
accreditation and its
execution
3 Identifying areas for
infrastructure
development
4 Beautification of campus,
up gradation of basic
amenities and its
maintenance
5 Identifying departmental
preparation for
accreditation and its
execution
6 Identifying faculty and
student preparation for
accreditation and its
execution
7 Upgrading equipment,
library, laboratories,
workshops and
classrooms as per NBA
norms
8 Compiling and
documenting all
academic and non-
academic information
9 Applying for
accreditation of
remaining courses

e). Implementation of Academic and Non Academic Reforms


(Coloured portion indicates activities to be performed during mentioned project months)

Project Months
Sl. 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17
Key Activities
No
10-12

13-15

16-18

19-21

22-24

25-27

28-30

31-33

34-36
1-3

4-6

7-9

To implement academic reforms that facilitate teaching learning process

1 Form a committee

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2 Introduce credit based
curriculum suiting needs
of the industry
3 Introduce more elective
subjects

4 Evolve new methods of


summative and formative
evaluation and their
frequency, conducting
examinations
and declaring results
5 Develop an effective
system for faculty
evaluation by students
6 Introduce innovations in
teaching/learning
process through
controlled
experimentation
7 Conduct continuing
education, e-Learning
and skill enhancement
programs for students as
per market needs
8 Depute faculty for
academic advancement
like pursuing PhD or PDF
9 Develop faculty training
needs assessment in line
with academic
requirements and
institutional objectives
10 Depute faculty for short
term training as the
assessment made
11 Introduce faculty
incentives for continuing
education
12 Apply for accreditation of
all programs
13 Applying for autonomy of
the college
14 Establish four funds
namely corpus fund,
faculty development
fund, equipment
replacement fund and
maintenance fund

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15 Introduce revenue
generation activities like
consultancy , testing and
calibration, continuous
education, training, etc
16 Take measures for filling
up teaching and staff
vacancies
17 Delegate decision making
powers to all senior
institutional
functionaries with
Accountability
18 Provide academic
support for weak
students

f). Improving Interaction with Industry

Since our undergraduate and PG courses doesn’t cater the syllabi of needs industry
hence it’s difficult to establish interaction with industry. Despite of this difficulty we are
still trying hard to improve of the interaction of our institution with the industries.

g). Enhancing Research activities

(Coloured portion indicates activities to be performed during mentioned project months)

Project Months
Sl. 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17
Key Activities
No.
10-12

13-15

16-18

19-21

22-24

25-27

28-30

31-33

34-36
1-3

4-6

7-9

To improve research, consultancy activities and generate revenue for the institution

1 Set up innovative club


2 Identify state and central
Government agencies and
industries sponsoring and
funding R&D activities/
projects
3 Execute formal MoUs with
industries and research

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institutes.
4 Explore, initiate,
collaborate and exchange
faculty and students with
other technical
institutions
5 Identify areas of research
in consultation with
industries and research
institutes
6 Provide need based
training to the faculty to
carry out research work
7 Identify areas of project
work for students in
consultation with
industries and research
institutes
8 Update laboratories and
library to facilitate
research.
9 Facilitate joint research
work and consultancy
services involving revenue
generation
10 Organize technical
exhibitions for displaying
students’ projects
11 Encourage faculty and
students for writing
technical papers
12 Organize technical
seminars, workshops, quiz
and conferences
13 Encourage staff and
students to participate in
technical seminars,
workshops and
conferences
14 Facilitate staff and
students in research
activities that can be
patented
15 Honour staff and students
for their contribution
towards research

2.5 Action Plan for Organizing Finishing School

(Coloured portion indicates activities to be performed during mentioned project months)

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Project Months

Sl. 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17


Key Activities
N

10-12

13-15

16-18

19-21

22-24

25-27

28-30

31-33

34-36
o

1-3

4-6

7-9
To improve the transition rate and pass rate of SC/ST/OBC and academically weak
students
1 Set up a committee for
finishing school
2 Identify the SC/ST/OBC
and academically weak
students at all levels
3 Identify the areas in which
remedial coaching for
improving basic
competences at the entry
level of students.
4 Conduct high intensity
coaching of at least 4
weeks duration for
improving basic
competences at the entry
level of the ug students.
5 Identify the areas in which
remedial coaching is
needed in the course
subjects to improve the
transition rate and pass
rate at subsequent levels
6 Frame curriculum and
time schedule to impart
remedial coaching of four
weeks at all levels
7 Conduct remedial
coaching classes of at least
4 weeks duration to
improve the transition
rate and pass rate at
subsequent levels
8 Set up labs for organizing
finishing school
9 Identify special coaching
in soft skills and IT skills
needed for graduating
students who fail to
secure any employment
10 Identify subject experts
for imparting special
coaching in soft skills, IT
skills and professional

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skills.

11 Conduct high intensity


training of at least 4
weeks duration for
developing soft and IT
skills
12 Organize campus
interviews and make
other efforts to secure
employment for graduate
engineers who complete
the training under
finishing school.
13 Monitor, collect feedback
and re plan if necessary to
ensure students of the
finishing school are
employable

2.6 Action Plan for Starting New UG/PG Programs

(Coloured portion indicates activities to be performed during mentioned project months)

Project Months
Sl. 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17
Key Activities
No
10-12

13-15

16-18

19-21

22-24

25-27

28-30

31-33

34-36
1-3

4-6

7-9

To establish New Course / Post UG/PG Program in ( Specify the title )


1 Set up a committee for
staring the course
2 Identify the subject experts
from university and
institution for curriculum
development
3 Identify the courses and
frame the curriculum
4 Frame guidelines for
admission, examination and
evaluation
5 Identify the equipment to be
procured and new labs to be
set up for running the
course

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6 Construct, procure
equipment and set up labs
required for running the
course
7 Construct class rooms
needed for starting the
course
8 Furnish the classrooms with
required furniture and
equipment
9 Identify the technical
training needed for the
faculty and technical
supporting staff
10 Identify the resource
persons and location of
training
11 Depute staff for training
12 List and procure books for
library related to the course

13 Advertise and start the


admission process
14 Frame the time table and
start the course

2.7 Action Plan for Faculty Development (First 18 months)

TNA is a series of activities to define the gap between the current and the
desired individual and organisational performances. It is not one time event.
Organisations need to carry it out every year and the training plan resulting from it
is to be implemented. All the staff members filled in the TNA Performa (for first 18
months of the project). These were scrutinized by a committee headed by the
Principal and senior faculty members.
Many inputs received for acquiring training in International and National programs
have been deferred keeping in view the project budgetary constraints. Out of the
remaining, provisions have been made for 7 international and 53 national training
programs for faculty members in 60 subject areas covering subject/domain knowledge
improvement, research and development, management areas and attending relevant
workshops, seminars and conferences.
The training programs have been selected balancing the budgetary constraints and
the need of the Institution to train the staff members in different areas. 53 training
programs have been proposed for the technical support staff members keeping in view of
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their individual needs and the institutional needs of operation and maintenance of
laboratory equipment.

Number of Faculty Needed to Undergo Training in Different Areas

Training Areas

Improving Research and Consultancy


Attending Workshop, Seminar and

Administrative Knowlegde as per


Improving Faculty Qualification
Soft skills and Managements
Advanced Pedagogy

Subject/Domain
Basic Pedagogy

( Mtech, PhD )
programmes
Conferences

Capabilities

KCSR/KFC
Sl.No Department

Number of Faculty needed to undergo Training

1 Kannada 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

2 English 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

3 Sociology 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

4 Political Science 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

5 Economics 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

6 History 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

7 Commerece 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

8 Physics 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

9 Maths 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

10 Computer Science 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

11 Librarian 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

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12 Physical Director 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

13 Non-teaching staff -- -- -- -- -- -- 2 4

Budget for Faculty and Staff Training needs (in Lakhs )

Total
201 201 2016- Total Avg
Sl No. Training Area Amount
4-15 5-16 17 Faculty Amount/Faculty
in lakhs
1 Basic pedagogy - 1 1 20 0.1 2

2 Advanced pedagogy - 1 1 20 0.1 2


Subject/domain
3 - 1 1 20 0.1 2
Knowledge
Attending workshop
4 Seminar, - 1 1 20 0.1 2
Conferences
Soft skill
5 &Management - 1 1 20 0.1 2
Programmes
Improving research
6 & consultancy - 1 1 10 0.2 2
capabilities
Improving faculty
7 qualification - 4 4 5 1.6 8
(MTech,PhD)
Grand Total is Rs Twenty Lakhs only (Rs 20,00,000/- )

2.8 Action Plan for training technical & other staff


Technical and other staffs including non-teaching staff are required to undergo training in
development of soft skills. They are also in need of technical training like computer education,
maintenance of labs to carry out minor repairs occurring in labs. Their training is very much
essential to maintain good governance and for effective implementation of projects to be carried
out as mentioned in RUSA. Lab assistants lack the knowledge and skill which are necessary to
maintain the labs, hence training should be imparted to them.

The training to be imparted is listed below.

- Soft skills development in lab management

- Necessary technical training in respective labs


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- Knowledge of Computers

- Minor repair works training

- Communication skills training

2.9 Relevance and Coherence of IDP with State Industrial/Economic


Development Plan
Karnataka’s share in National GDP is around 6%. The character of the state economy has
drastically changed from primarily agrarian in 1956 towards industrial & service economy in
2010. GoK’s Vision is to develop a vibrant knowledge society and achieve a sustainable and
orderly process of industrialization by enhancing human capabilities.

The document expresses the need to build excellence in its entire education system with
thrust on improvements in quality and relevance of content and delivery at all levels with
systemic improvements like credit transfer, synergy between research & teaching, flexibility in
choice of courses within the institution and across institutions including universities abroad
through exchange of students (shift from plate meal approach to cafeteria approach) emphasizing
the need for cross-disciplinary courses, evaluating students continuously on the basis of
understanding & application of knowledge and academia-industry interface and building centres
of excellence in the higher education system.

Karnataka has also created a niche for itself in knowledge intensive sectors such as space
technology, electronics, IT & BT. But application of this knowledge to agriculture, rural
development, SME sector and health sector, to improve the quality of lives of its people is
immediately needed. The document indicates a number of areas in which research problems lie
and the solutions of which may lead to well being of the people of the state.

Karnataka Industrial Policy 2012-17 intends to build a prosperous Karnataka through


development of human and natural resources in a systematic, scientific and sustainable manner. It
aims to provide additional employment for about 10 Lakh people by 2014 attracting several
Crores of investment and enhance the contribution of manufacturing sector to the State’s GDP
from the current level of 17% to 20% by 2014 focusing on skill and entrepreneurship
development. It plans to set up zones specific to Aerospace, Foundry, Machine Tools & Hi-tech
Manufacturing, Steel and Cement, IT & BT, Food Processing, Automobile, Textiles & Garments,
Pharmaceuticals, Power Generation and Media & Entertainment industries.

• The students in improving the quality of their learning & better employment

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• Faculty in increasing their competence in teaching & research

• The staff in rendering improved quality of services to students and faculty

All these will transform this College into a model UG/PG Institution thereby serving the people of
this country.

2.10 Participation of Departments/Faculty in IDP Preparation and


Implementation
The Principal, all faculty members and staff of the institute participated in the SWOT analysis

workshops as described in the SWOT report. A group of faculty members constituting the core

group assisted the Principal in deriving the Institution Development Proposal through a continual

sittings lasting for nearly a week. The staff of the institute cooperated in providing the required

institutional information for the IDP. Necessary inputs, suggestions and guidance are taken from

parents, alumni, and all the stake holders and they are taken care while preparing IDP.

BOG

PRINCIPAL

CO-ORDINATOR

NODAL OFFICER

Academic Research
activiti Committee
es
committe
Equity
Assistance
Committee
Civil
work
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IQAC
Procuremen Co-
t ordinator
UGC

co-
ordinator
2.11 Institutional Project Implementation Arrangements

This College is managed by a Board of Governors (BoG) constituted in


accordance with RUSA guidelines. The activities undertaken by the institute ever
since RUSA was announced have been regularly reported to BoG during its
meetings. All decisions related to project implementation are approved by the BoG
for further action by the Principal.

Name of the Head of the Institution and Nodal Officers

Head of the Institution Mr. Pralladareddy

RUSA Institutional Coordinator Mr. Sikandar.H.Dhannur

Academic activities Mr. Naganna Kilari

Civil works including Environmental Miss Arshi Jamal


Management

Procurement Mr. Sayyad Aarif Ulla

Financial aspects Mr. Sanganagouda

Equity Assurance Plan implementation Mr. K.Khadarbasha

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The institution has constituted several sub-committees under RUSA
implementation unit, as shown in the organization chart.

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2.12 Institutional Project Budget (In crores)
Financial year

Project Life
Amount ion

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17
Sl.
Activities
N0.

1 Infrastructure

1. Modernization and strengthening .05


of existing laboratories .15 -- -- .05 .05

2. Establishments of new labs for .01


.05 -- -- .02 .02
new UG programs

3. Modernization of classrooms .10 -- -- .04 .03 .03

4. Updating of Learning Resources .10 -- -- .04 .03 .03

5. Procurement of furniture .10 -- -- .04 .03 .03

6. Up gradation of Central and .01


departmental Computer Centres* .04 -- -- .02 .01

7. Modernization or Improvements .04


.10 -- -- .03 .03
of supporting departments**
8. Modernization and
strengthening of libraries and .04
.10 -- -- .03 .03
Increasing access to knowledge
resources
9. Refurbishment/Renovation of
present building (Minor Civil 1 -- -- -- 1 --
Works)***
2 Research and development support
1. Providing Teaching and
Research Assistantships to
increase enrolment in existing -- -- -- -- -- --
and new PG programs in
Engineering disciplines
2. Provision of resources for .03 .01
research support -- -- .01 .01
3. Enhancement of R&D an
institutional consultancy -- -- -- -- -- --
activities
3 Faculty Development Support

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Faculty and Staff Development
(including faculty qualification up
gradation, pedagogical training, and
organizing and participation of .20 -- -- .07 .07 .06
faculty) for improved competence
based on TNA.

4 Institutional reforms
1. Technical assistance for
procurement and academic -- -- -- -- -- --
activities
2. Institutional management -- -- -- -- -- --
capacity enhancement
5 Academic support

1. Creation of new --
departments/courses -- -- -- -- --
2. Enhanced Interaction with --
Industry -- -- -- -- --
3. Student support activities .03 --
(NCC, NSS, Scouts & Guides, Red +) -- .01 .01 .01

6 Others

New Construction. -- -- -- -- -- --

Total = 2CRORES -- -- 0.36 1.33 0.31

Grand Total = 4 crores/- (Rupees F o u r crores only)


Remarks with Justification
* Our computer labs are equipped with total 80 computers, so we are planning to enable Wi-Fi
network in the campus.

** Renovation needs to be done for sports room with gymnasium facility.

*** Roof of existing present building leaks heavily during rainy season, so it need to be relayed
with new concrete roof and toilets, windows need to be renovated. Plastering needs to be done
on walls having cracks and whole building needs to be painted. Detailed renovation plan and
cost estimation is enclosed with this IDP.

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2.13 The Targets against The Deliverables are Listed Below
Weightag
Sl. e Numera Denomi Present Presen Target Target
Indicator
No. tor nator rating t Score Rating Score
In %ge

A B C D E F G H I

GOVERNANCE QUALITY INDEX -16%


% of Faculty
1 2.0% 05 25
Positions vacant
% of Non- No
2 permanent 4.0% 65 Sanctioned
faculty posts
% of Non-
3 teaching staff to 3.0% 6 20
teaching Staff
Total no of UG
4 1.0% 3 1
programs
Total no of PG
5 1.0% 7 1
programs
Total no of
6 Doctoral degrees 1.0% 0 1
offered
Faculty
appointment -
7 turn 2.0% 12 1
around/cycle
time in months
Delay in
payment of
8 monthly salary 2.0% 1 1
payment of
faculty

ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE INDEX -21.5%


Delay in exam
conduction and
9 3.5% 1 1
declaration of
results
Plagiarism
10 1.0% 0 1
Check
NAAC
11 4.0% 3 1
Accreditation
12 Teacher-Student 4.0% 20 1203

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ratio
% of Visiting
13 1.0% 5 20
Faculty
% of UG/PG
holders
14 0.5% 500 250
employed by
companies
% Number of
students
receiving awards
15 0.5% 0 1203
at National and
International
level
% of
expenditure on
Library, cyber 177.27
16 1.0% 2000000
library and lakhs
laboratories per
year
Ratio of
expenditure on
teaching staff
17 1.0% 1100000 140000
salaries to non-
teaching staff
salaries
% of faculty
covered under
18 1.0% 15 20
pedagogical
training
% of faculty
involved in
19 0.5% 4 20
"further
education"
Dropout 1203 1000
20 1.5%
rate
No of foreign
21 1.5% 0 1
collaborations
Subscription to
22 0.5% 1 1
INFLIBNET

EQUITY INITIATIVE INDEX -12.5%


%ge of SC
23 3.0% 265 1203
Student
%ge of ST
24 3.0% 153 1203
Student

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Gender
25 3.0% 1203 237
Parity
Urban to Rural
26 Student 2.0% 400 803
population
Existence of
27 0.5% 1 1
CASH
Existence of
28 Social Protection 0.5% 1 1
Cell
Language
assistance
29 0.5% 1 1
programs for
weak students

REASERCH AND INNOVATION INDEX -24%


Per-faculty
30 research 2.0% 5 20
publications
Cumulative
31 Impact Factor of 3.0% 1.5 5
publication
H Index of
32 2.0% 0 0
scholars
% of staff
involved in
33 research as 1.0% 0 20
principal
researcher
% of research
projects fully or
more than 50%
34 funded by 2.0% 0 0
external
agencies,
industries etc
Total no of
35 1.0% 0 20
patents granted
% of faculty
receiving
36 national/ 1.0% 0 20
international
awards
% of research 177.27
37 1.0% 0
income lakhs

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Doctoral degrees
awarded per
38 1.0% 0 20
academic year
by staff
% of Doctoral
degrees in total
39 3.0% 0 200
no of degrees
awarded
% expenditure
177.27
40 on research and 1.0% 0
lakhs
related facilities
Digitization of
41 UG/PG/PhD 0.5% 0
thesis
UPE or
42 3.5% 0
CPE
% of Income
generated from 177.27
43 2.0% 0
non-grant lakhs
sources
STUDENT FACILITIES -15%
No of new
professional
44 1.0% 2 1
development
programs
Existence of
Placement Cells
45 1.0% 1 1
and Placement
Policy
% of
expenditure on
177.27
46 infrastructure 3.0% 500000
lakhs
maintenance and
addition
Availability of
hostel per out-
47 3.0% 0 150
station female
student
Availability of
hostel per out-
48 2.0% 50 200
station male
student

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% of students on
49 2.0% 500 1203
scholarship
Average
scholarship
50 1.0% 150000 1203
amount per
student
Student
51 Experience 1.0% 0 1
Surveys
Graduate
52 Destination 1.0% 0 1
Surveys
Infrastructure and Others -11%
%Income
177.27
53 generated from 1.0% 0
LAKHS
training courses
% Income
177.27
54 generated from 1.0% 0
LAKHS
consulting
Infrastructural
55 3.0% 0.5
sufficiency
Computer
56 3.0% 80 1203
coverage
Internet
57 connectivity of 3.0% 1 1
Campus

2.14 Output and Outcome Targets


With the satisfactory completion of the project by 2022, Institute’s competence in
governance of UG/PG and post UG/PG education, research and internal revenue generation
through production cum training centre, continuing education and consultancy will have
enhanced to meet the developmental needs of the Institution.

The research interest created in UG/PG students as a result of innovations introduced


during the project is expected to fuel the expansion of post UG/PG education and research base at
the Institution and spreading the reputation of the institute to the extent of attracting more funds
from the industry and donors (Alumni).

With the policy support and continued funding from the Central and State Government,
this College is confident of sustaining and enhancing the activities initiated under this project.

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We are committed to supporting college students as they make a positive impact within and
beyond their college.

Some of the key actions in this Action Plan would highlight our commitments to:

• Integrate sustainable development elements across our programs and strategic initiatives for
college students
• Build on our college Leadership research to understand how we can best support college
students to integrate sustainable development into their practice, and...
• Work in partnership with other agencies to ensure that sustainable development messages are
coherent across the system.
The Government describes sustainable development as a way to ’enable all people to
satisfy their basic needs and enjoy a better quality of life, without compromising the quality of life
of future generations. ‘Achieving sustainable development is the responsibility of everyone. We all
have a contribution to make, in both our personal and professional lives. Equally, organizations in
both the public and private sectors have increasingly come to recognize that they too have a
contribution to make by striving to operate in a sustainable way. The role of colleges in this is
perhaps greater than most, since they are responsible for the development and learning of the
next generation of citizens, they have a large physical estate to manage and they are a key part of
every local community.

“Achieving sustainable development is the responsibility of everyone”


This Action Plan sets out RUSA commitment to supporting sustainable development. It
covers both how the College will operate internally to be more sustainable and how we will work
with college students to develop their practice in this important area. We recognize that many
college students have been working to integrate sustainable development principles and practices
into their schools curricula and ways of working for many years and we will seek to learn from
and build on this practice as we move forward. We also recognize that sustainable development
cannot be another ‘job’ for college students to fulfill, it must be integrated with and build from
their existing vision for learning within their college and their work to make this a reality.

“Sustainable Development Action Plan”


The aim of the Action Plan is to set out the College role in making sustainable development
a reality, within the context of our three year Plan. It includes a set of SMART objectives for how
we will take this forward in 2014/20 The Action Plan has been developed through a ‘bottom up’
process led by a group of champions drawn from across the College, steered by a Project Board

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and the students. We believe that the actions have real buy-in from across the College and that
genuine changes can be made in our internal practices as the Plan is developed.

“Current activity contributing to Sustainable Development”


The Action Plan will build on the significant progress already being made on aspects of
sustainability across many of our operations and strategic objectives. For example, the College
already offers modules on sustainable development in some of its programs and it is fortunate in
having an exemplar ‘sustainable’ building in its headquarters in Sindhanur. Other existing
activities which contribute to sustainable development include

Campus
• Provision of well established library in campus.
• Provisions of well established laboratory.
• Provision of a reading benches in the campus

Curriculum
• All programmes and initiatives are focused on developing and supporting College students
to meet future challenges
• The Building college for the Future Leadership Development programme and other
programmes help ensure learning in future college is fit for purpose.

Community
• Volunteering policy in place with some staff involved with a local college.
• Spreading the message of sustainable development beyond the College’s own core
educational colleges by using the Learning and Conference Centre to host external
conferences.

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2.15 Action plan for sustainability of the project.
The institution is fully committed in implementing this project, its specific objectives and
actions and in reaching the expected results. The Institution plan to sustain the growth and
initiatives, it ensures that the project’s activities will be seen to that it go sustained for a long
time as the project will have great impact on the developmental side of our college. Hence, to
ensure its sustainability, following steps will be taken and authorized people will be made
responsible for various tasks in post project period to ensure the sustainability of the project.
Expectation under continuation of RUSA funding is also sought through its timely renewal.
Entire responsibility will be cross monitored by the principal and the coordinator of the college
and ensure that developmental plan will continue forever, even if fund is stopped under RUSA.
To further improvement in project activities, our institution will mobilize resources with the
support of college development council, consultancy remuneration, patents, infrastructure
development fund by government, alumni and local social supporters etc.

Generation of Sources
To sustain the programs implemented in RUSA after 2022, college is planning to generate
the sources from CDC fund which will be nearly 20 lakhs during 2022. Also college is planning to
generate the funds from donations from well wishers, educationists and etc, so that all the
programs started during RUSA program will be sustained even after its completion.

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(i) APPROVAL ORDER FOR STARTING THE COLLEGE

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(ii) COLLEGE LAND RECORD

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(iii) COPY of 2(f) and 12(b)

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(iv) NAAC “CERTIFICATE OF ACCREDITATION”

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(v) SUBMISSION OF LOI FEES for NAAC Re-Accreditation

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(vi) LOI for submission of NAAC Re-Accreditation Report

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(vii) TEACHING STAFF DETAILS

Orienta
Invited Participate Presented
tion /
Sl as d in papers in
Name of the teacher Refresh
No resource external Workshop
er
persons Workshops s
courses

1 Prahlad Reddy 0 1 5 2

2 Hanumanthappa. S 1 1 2 3

3 Pampanagouda 1 2 2 2

4 Dr. Naganna 2 1 5 3

5 Shivakumar Biradar 0 1 4 0

6 Khadar Bhasha 0 1 4 1

7 Hanumanthappa. M 0 1 5 1

8 Sunithadevi. K 0 2 1 0

9 Arshi Jamal 0 2 1 0

10 Venkatanarayana Miriyam 0 1 3 2

11 Shivayya M 0 2 3 2

12 Sanganagouda S 0 2 2 0

13 Basavaraj Tadakal 0 1 0 1

14 Yallappa 0 2 1 0

15 Sikandar H Dhannur 0 2 0 1

16 Syed Arifulla 0 1 0 1

17 M. Ramanna 0 2 0 2

18 Venkataramana 0 1 0 1

19 Vasantharaj 0 1 0 1

20 V. Nagaraj 0 2 0 2

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(viii) LIBRARY BOOKS DETAILS

2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

Library holdings Total Numbe Total Numb Total


Number
Cost r Cost er Cost

Text books 695 89076 1558 200785 2377 305894

Reference Books 0 0 40 23500 10 10200

Journals/
15 2500 15 2800 18 3150
Periodicals

e-resources 0 0 0 0 0 0

2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Library holdings Total Numbe Total Numb Total


Number
Cost r Cost er Cost

Text books 2621 281908 4627 850074 4150 955000

Reference Books 0 0 0 0 0 0

Journals/
20 4200 20 4550 24 5350
Periodicals

e-resources 0 0 0 0 0 0

Total Books available in library: 44092

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(ix) BASELINE DATA FOR LAST FIVE YEARS
1. Total strength of students in all programs and all years of study in the last 5 years.

a. UG Programs
Sl No Academic Year B.A B.Com B.Sc Total
a 2009-10 304 367 41 712
B 2010-11 302 314 56 672
C 2011-12 382 386 75 843
D 2012-13 424 388 116 928
e 2013-14 520 482 158 1160

b. PG Programs
Sl No Academic Year M.A M.Com M.Sc Total
a 2009-10 -- -- -- --
b 2010-11 -- -- -- --
c 2011-12 92 32 11 135
d 2012-13 190 57 28 275
e 2013-14 213 62 42 317

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2. Total Women students in all programs and all years of study in the last 5
years.

a. UG Programs
Sl No Academic Year B.A B.Com B.Sc Total
a 2009-10 47 66 17 130
b 2010-11 66 55 18 139
c 2011-12 73 47 31 151
d 2012-13 76 46 45 167
e 2013-14 138 106 82 326

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b. PG Programs
Sl No Academic Year M.A M.Com M.Sc Total
a 2009-10 -- -- -- --
b 2010-11 -- -- -- --
c 2011-12 9 7 8 24
d 2012-13 42 17 11 70
e 2013-14 67 22 17 106

3. Total SC students in all programs and all years of study in the last 5 years.

a. UG Programs
Sl No Academic Year B.A B.Com B.Sc Total
a 2009-10 76 48 01 125
b 2010-11 72 40 05 117
c 2011-12 84 58 15 157
d 2012-13 104 65 23 192
e 2013-14 140 92 32 264

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b. PG Programs
Sl No Academic Year M.A M.Com M.Sc Total
a 2009-10 -- -- -- --
b 2010-11 -- -- -- --
c 2011-12 29 06 01 36
d 2012-13 59 12 02 73
e 2013-14 48 13 03 64

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4. Total ST Students in all programs and all years of study in the last 5 years.

a. UG Programs
Sl No Academic Year B.A B.Com B.Sc Total
a 2009-10 56 23 03 82
b 2010-11 55 23 04 82
c 2011-12 72 35 05 112
d 2012-13 74 37 07 118
e 2013-14 96 57 12 165

b. PG Programs
Sl No Academic Year M.A M.Com M.Sc Total
a 2009-10 -- -- -- --
b 2010-11 -- -- -- --
c 2011-12 15 01 0 16
d 2012-13 33 01 01 35
e 2013-14 36 03 02 41

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5. Total OBC students in all programs and all years of study in the last 5 years.

a. UG Programs
Sl No Academic Year B.A B.Com B.Sc Total
a 2009-10 161 271 31 463
b 2010-11 153 221 37 411
c 2011-12 218 273 49 540
d 2012-13 232 271 76 579
e 2013-14 266 299 99 664

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b. PG Programs
Sl No Academic Year M.A M.Com M.Sc Total
a 2009-10 -- -- -- --
b 2010-11 -- -- -- --
c 2011-12 48 22 08 78
d 2012-13 96 39 17 152
e 2013-14 121 42 29 192

Number of fully functional P-4 and above


6 level computers available for students in the 80
years 2013-14.

7 Total number of text books and reference Nearly 50,000 books


books available in library for UG and PG
2013-14. 1. Kannada 6541

2. English 1847

3. Hindi 1451

4. History 3000

5. Economics 2432

6. Sociology 2214

7. Pol
2566
Science

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8. Physics 1301

9. Maths 1014

10. Chemistry 1061

11. Comp Sci 1231

12. Commerce 4488

13. Others 10000

% of UG students placed through


8 --
campus interviews in the year 2013-14.
% PG students placed through
9 --
campus interviews in the year 2013-14

10. Percentage of high quality undergraduates (>75% ) passed out in the last 5
years.

Sl No Academic Year B.A B.Com B.Sc Total


a 2009-10 88.99% 56.00% 66.67% 73.43%

b 2010-11 65.04% 79.63% 55.56% 76.23%

c 2011-12 71.76% 83.02% 83.33% 78.60%

d 2012-13 82.89% 51.43% 78.00% 75.43%

e 2013-14 -- -- -- --

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11. Percentage of high quality Postgraduates (>75% ) passed out in the last 5 years.

Sl No Academic Year M.A M.Com M.Sc Total


a 2009-10 NA NA NA NA
b 2010-11 NA NA NA NA
c 2011-12 52.75 % 65.12 % 52.25 % 60.10 %
d 2012-13 65.04% 56.00% 55.56% 55.67%
e 2013-14 -- -- -- --

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Number of research publications in Indian
12 --
Journals in the year 2013-14.
Number of research publications in
13 international referred journals in the year --
2013-14.
Number of patents obtained in the year 2013-
14 --
14.

15 Number of patents filed in the year 2013-14. --

Number of sponsored research projects


16 --
completed in the year 2013-14.

17. The transition rate of students in percentage from 1st Year to 2nd Year in the last 5
years.

a. UG Programs

(i) All students

Academic
Sl No B.A B.Com B.Sc
Year
a 2009-10 82% 75% 65%

b 2010-11 75.8% 82.9% 83.3%

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c 2011-12 63.2% 51.3% 78.0%

d 2012-13 85.71% 96.30% 91.53%

e 2013-14 -- -- --

a. UG Programs

(ii) SC students

Sl No Academic Year B.A B.Com B.Sc


a 2009-10 35% 65% 44%

b 2010-11 88.9% 65.4% 71.7%

c 2011-12 56.0% 79.3% 83.2%

d 2012-13 82.4% 100% 80.7%

e 2013-14 -- -- --

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a. UG Programs

(iii) ST students

Academic
Sl No B.A B.Com B.Sc
Year
a 2009-10 12% 38% 22%

b 2010-11 66.7% 55.6% 83%

c 2011-12 76.5% 76.2% 78%

d 2012-13 66% 23% 0


e 2013-14 -- -- --

b. PG Programs

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(i) All students

Academic
Sl No M.A M.Com M.Sc
Year
a 2009-10 -- -- --
b 2010-11 -- -- --
c 2011-12 -- -- --
d 2012-13 65% 44% 10%
e 2013-14 53% 65% 38%

a. PG Programs

(ii) SC students

Academic
Sl No M.A M.Com M.Sc
Year
a 2009-10 -- -- --
b 2010-11 -- -- --
c 2011-12 -- -- --
d 2012-13 23% 42% 0
e 2013-14 29% 44% 0

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b. PG Programs

(iii) ST students

Academic
Sl No M.A M.Com M.Sc
Year
a 2009-10 -- -- --
b 2010-11 -- -- --
c 2011-12 -- -- --
d 2012-13 12% 26% 0
e 2013-14 11% 31% 0

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18. IRG from student’s fee and other charges in the last 5 years. (In Lakhs)

Sl No Academic Year Total IRG generated (In Rs)


a 2009-10 Rs. 150.10 lakhs
b 2010-11 Rs. 160.10 lakhs
c 2011-12 Rs. 170.00 lakhs
d 2012-13 Rs. 177.27 lakhs
e 2013-14 Rs. 190.25 lakhs

IRG from externally funded R&D projects,


19 consultancies in the year 2012-34 (In --
Lakh)

20 Total IRG in the year 2012-13 (In Lakh) 177.27 lakhs

Total annual recurring expenditure of


21 the institution in the year 2012-13 (In 177.27 lakhs
Lakh)

(x) DECLARATION BY THE PRINCIPAL


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