Mr. Himansu Sekhar Dwivedy
Principal    


Criterion I – Curricular Aspects

Key Indicator – 1.1 Curriculum Design and Development
Metric No. Metric Supporting documents/links Additional links
1.1.1

Curricula developed and implemented have relevance to the local, regional, national, and global developmental needs, which is reflected in the Programme outcomes (POs) and Course Outcomes (COs) of the Programmes offered by the institution

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Response:

The institution meticulously plans and develops dynamic and vibrant course inputs at par with the changing need of the global academic environment and implementation of the curriculum is done in line with the institution’s goal to empower the learners through quality education. The courses designed by the Board of Studies are discussed and approved by the Academic Council constituted as per the UGC guidelines and approved by the affiliating university. Then the courses of studies are finally approved by the Governing Body of the college for final implementation. Accordingly students are taught and examined.

  1. The academic programs and the course curriculum have been designed keeping in view the following factors
  2. The institutional vision and mission statements.
  3. The requirement of the local, national and global needs.
  4. The course structure was designed by the Board of Studies as per the model syllabus.
  5. Periodic review of the curriculum.

Program Outcome:

The outcomes of the programs are designed keeping in view the programs offered and the course inputs.

  1. To inculcate leadership ability among students.
  2. To explore and improve the decision-making ability of the learners.
  3. To develop entrepreneurial trust of the students and make them self-employed.
  4. To ensure development of all-round development of the students.

Program Specific Objective:

  1. The program specific objectives of are designed taking into account the broad objectives of the programs.
  2. To build the horizon of theoretical knowledge and practical skill of the learners.
  3. To bridge the gap between the demands of the local, national and global job market and the out products from this institution in the supply side.

Course Outcome:

  1. The courses of studies designed by the Board of Studies and then approved by the Academic Council. The recommendations of Academic Council approved by the Governing Body for final implementation.  The holistic implementations by the institution have made the outcome of the courses are truly helpful in holistic developments of the students.
  2. The employability of the students has been increased manifold.
  3. The courses have been instrumental in increasing the participation of the pass out degree students in higher studies.
  4. There has been transformation of information to knowledge.
  5. Our course curriculum has been useful in meeting the academic needs of students across the programs and all-round development of the students, improving their knowledge, skill and employability.

Botany-1693916339.pdf

PO Chemistry-1693916339.pdf

PO Economics-1693916339.pdf

PO Education-1693916339.pdf

PO English-1693916339.pdf

PO Geology-1693916339.pdf

PO History-1693916339.pdf

PO Mathematics-1693916339.pdf

PO Odia-1693916339.pdf

PO PG COMMERCE-1693916340.pdf

PO PG History-1693916340.pdf

PO PG Pol- Science-1693916340.pdf

PO PHILOSOPHY -1693916340.pdf

PO Physics-1693916340.pdf

PO SOCIOLOGY -1693916340.pdf

PO UG COMMERCE -1693916341.pdf

PO UG Pol- Science-1693916341.pdf

PO Zoology.pdf

PO Sanskrit.pdf

1.1.2

The  programmes offered by the institution focus on employability/ entrepreneurship/ skill development and their course syllabi are adequately revised to incorporate contemporary requirements

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Response:

 

The institution offers a diverse range of programmes with a strong emphasis on employability, entrepreneurship and skill development. The educational courses provided by this institution are designed to meet the current demands of the job market and are regularly updated to incorporate contemporary requirements. The institution's primary objective is to equip the students with practical and relevant knowledge that prepares them for successful careers or entrepreneurial ventures. Recognizing the dynamic nature of industries and the ever-changing job landscape, the institution takes proactive measures to ensure the course syllabi stay up-to-date and aligned with the latest industry trends and technological advancements.

The programme offerings cover various disciplines. Each program is meticulously crafted to strike a balance between theoretical concepts and practical applications, thus promoting hands-on learning and problem-solving skills among students. Incorporating employability skills into the curriculum is a cornerstone of the institution's approach. They emphasize not only academic excellence but also fostering qualities such as effective communication, teamwork, leadership, adaptability and critical thinking. By nurturing these attributes, the institution aims to produce graduates who can seamlessly transition into the workforce and make valuable contributions to their respective fields. Furthermore, the focus on entrepreneurship is an essential aspect of the institution's philosophy. They encourage students to think creatively, develop innovative ideas and understand the intricacies of starting and managing a business. Aspiring entrepreneurs are provided with mentorship, access to resources and opportunities to participate in various entrepreneurial events, competitions and incubation programs.

The institution also takes great pride in its dedication to skill development. Recognizing the importance of practical skills in today's world, the institution has collaborated with industry experts to design specialized skill-oriented courses that cater to the demands of specific sectors. This approach not only enhances the employability of students but also contributes to overall economic growth by producing a skilled workforce.

By focusing on practical learning, fostering essential employability skills and encouraging entrepreneurship, the institution plays a crucial role in shaping the future workforce and contributing to the socio-economic growth of the nation.

Syllabus for Employability.pdf

Key Indicator – 1.2 Academic Flexibility
Metric No. Metric Supporting documents/links Additional links
1.2.1

Percentage of new courses introduced of the total number of coursesvacross all programs offered during the last five years

Response: 11.60%

 

1.2.1.pdf

1.2.1.1

Number of new courses introduced during the last five years:

Response: 47

Ability & Skill Enhancement.pdf

M.A. Political Science Syllabus-1.pdf

M.com Syllabus.pdf

SECC I Special Course.pdf

SECC II Special Course.pdf

1.2.1.2

Consolidated number of courses offered by the institution across all  Programmes (without repeat count) during the last five years:

 

Response: 408

Formula:                                 

Academic Council 1.pdf

Academic Council 2 - Copy.pdf

Board of Studies 2.pdf

Boards of Studies 1.pdf

Boards of Studies 3.pdf

Key Indicator – 1.3 Curriculum Enrichment
Metric No. Metric Supporting documents/links Additional links
1.3.1

Institution integrates cross-cutting issues relevant to Professional Ethics, Gender, Human Values, Environment and Sustainability and other value framework enshrined in Sustainable Development Goals and National Education Policy – 2020 into the Curriculum

Response:

Our pedagogy understands issues related to gender, environmental values and professional ethics embedded in the syllabus. We try to list out different subjects below in this light.

In CC-10, we have a complete paper on ‘Women’s Writing’ in the Dept. of English. It reinforces the wisdom and strength of women authors and thereby empowers women in general. Education opens up the human mind. Of course, a good, dedicated teacher is vital. Our students through their modules on teaching methodology and the practical exposures inculcate the professional ethics of a teacher. Again, Gender Issues in Indian Education constitute one unit in CC14 in the Department of Education. In the Dept. of Political Science, in General Elective, one of the papers chosen is ‘Feminism: Theory and Practice’ in GE-I. Through this, we impart insight into the movements aimed at defining, establishing, and defending equal political, economic, and social rights and equal opportunities for women keeping aside issues of gender discrimination. ‘Human rights are rights intrinsic to all human beings, irrespective of gender, nationality, domicile, sex, ethnicity, religion, and colour. Human rights are non-discriminatory; all human beings are entitled to them and no one can be excluded. Keeping this heartening issue in mind we have also chosen ‘Introduction to Human Rights’ in DSE-I.

In DSE-III of Economics Honours, we have a detailed study on ‘Environmental Economics’ whereby the students become alert to environmental threats. Besides this, in AECC-I, we have a paper titled, ‘Environmental Studies and Disaster Management’ for the students. In Department of Sociology, in CC-4 we have ‘Sociology of Environment’. In CC-7 we have ‘Sociology of Gender’. All units from unit I to IV deal with gender discrimination, Feminism, Gender Empowerment Index and Status of Women in India. Students are initiated to a deeper understanding of Indian social dynamics focusing on Gender Equality and Women Empowerment.

Not just information, the scientific mind goes deep into the physical, chemical and biological causes of environment degradation and conservation measures. That is why in all disciplines of Science stream we dig deep into ecology, pollution, environmental movements, laws and laws related to environmental protection through different modules and papers. One of our major strength i.e. Commerce imparts professional ethics through its rich syllabus including accounting and role of accountants and managers.

In the year 2021 ‘Ethics and Values’ has been introduced as compulsory course for all the UG Programmes.

Syllabus on Human Values and Ethics.pdf

1.3.2

Number of certificate/value added courses/Diploma Programmes offered by the institutions and online courses of MOOCs, SWAYAM/e-PG Pathshala/ NPTEL and other recognized platforms where the students of the institution have enrolled and successfully completed during the last five years.

1.3.2.1

Number of certificate/value added courses/Diploma Programmes offered by the institutions and online courses of MOOCs, SWAYAM/e-PG Pathshala/ NPTEL and other recognized platforms (without repeat count) where the students of the institution have enrolled and successfully completed during the last five years.

1.3.3

Percentage of programmes that have components of field projects / research projects / internships during the last five years.

Response: 100%

1.3.3.pdf

1.3.3 2021.pdf

1-3-3-1695116429.pdf

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH.pdf

PROJECT PAPER REPORT SAN.pdf

1.3.3.1

Total Number of programmes that have components of field projects/research projects/internships (without repeat count)during the last five years.

 

Response: 06

M-A- Political Science Syllabus-1-1693922105.pdf

M-com Syllabus-1693922105.pdf

M.A. History Syllabus.pdf

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1.3.3.2

Total Number of programmes offered (without repeat count) during the last five years.

 

Response: 06

 

Formula:
 

Field Project.pdf

https://vnautocollege.in/courses.php
Key Indicator – 1.4 Feedback System
Metric No. Metric Supporting documents/links Additional links
1.4.1

Structured feedback for curriculum and its transaction is regularly obtained from stakeholders like Students, Teachers, Employers, Alumni, Academic peers etc., and Feedback processes of the institution may be classified as follows:

  1. Feedback collected, analysed, action taken & communicated to the relevant bodies and feedback hosted on the institutional website
  2. Feedback collected, analysed, action has been taken and communicated to the relevant bodies
  3. Feedback collected and analysed
  4. Feedback collected
  5. Feedback not collected

Response: A

(Feedback collected, analysed, action taken & communicated to the relevant bodies and feedback hosted on the institutional website)

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