Website: www.ksert.ac.in Email: ksertcoe@gmail.com ksertbedcollege@rediffmail.com Phone/FAX 0194-2303800 0194-2303764


Fore word For last two decades the state of J&K is witnessing a lot of inclination and awareness regarding the expansion of education. The importance of a sound and healthy system of education was a need realized by all conscientious people. For this the proper infrastructure was the basic requirement. It was a healthy sign that some responsible and conscious educationists took the task seriously. The chairperson of the institution Mrs Mumtaz-un-nisa soz, being herself an educationist was very concerned about the need of an institution for teacher trainees fully equipped with all the necessities to make trainees a valuable asset. She approached all the like minded people and seasoned educationists of the society to come forward and extend their help in this endeavor. The task was not an easy one but the sincerity, conviction and dedication of Mrs Mumtaz-Un-Nisa Soz and the people she approached became the basis of the establishment of society called Society for Promotion of Culture and Education. The result of the efforts of the team was the emergence of an institution which would cater to the needs of the society as a whole. OUR VISION
We envision a prospective scenario where in gigantic physical and academic infrastructure are built on the campus for catering to the current requirements and paving way for establishing a pg college, where not only B.ed. and M.ed. Courses are perused but also oter job oriented technology oriented courses are offered to the desirous learners of the country. 1. Our vision is to serve as a catalyst for promotion and sustenance of quality in education of world class standard, create academic ambiance that promotes real zest and enthusiasm among younger generation to become the innovative academicians and entrepreneurs of state nation and worlds at large.

3 2. To inculcate moral values and work ethics among students to become responsible citizens 3. To provide learning ambiance that promotes all round personality development and life long learning culture among stake holders 4. To create skills and competence in information technology

To strive ceaselessly for dissemination of job oriented, technology oriented and value oriented education among the enthusiastic learners in such a manner as to in line with the latest developments in knowledge and information so that a morally sound, educationally sufficient and technologically advanced regiment of youth is trained for excellent governance of schools and colleges of the country. We commit ourselves to the participatory engagement of teachers, scholars, students and the civil society in innovative, creative and progressive programmes aimed at intellectual enlightenment and emancipation of individuals at all social levels.


A. Profile of the Institution 1. Name and address of the institution: KSERT, COLLEGE OF

2. Website URL


3. for communication: HUMHAMA, BUDGAM JAMMU & KASHMIR Pin:
190021 Office Name Head/Principal Vice-Principal Self - appraisal Co-coordinator Residence Name Telephone Number with STD Code 0194-2465414 Mobile Number Telephone Number with STD Code 0194-2303764 09419012040 09419032334 Fax No 0194-2303800 E-Mail Address ksertbedcollege@rediffm ail.com maya.raizada@yahoo.com

Head/Principal B. L. KHER Vice-Principal MS MAYA RAIZADA Self - appraisal QURAT-UL-AIN Co-coordinator MRS

09906674865 9419012040 9419015745

4. Location of the Institution: Urban Semi-urban



Any other (specify and indicate) 5. Campus area in acres: √ Is it a recognized minority institution? Yes

1.25 No .6

7. Date of establishment of the institution:

5 Month & Year MM


8. University/Board to which the institution is affiliated: UNIVERSITY OF KASHMIR 9. Details of UGC recognition under sections 2(f) and 12(B) of the UGC Act. Month & Year 2f



Month & Year




10. a.

Type of Institution By funding i. Government ii. Grant-in-aid iii. Constituent iv. Self-financed v. Any other (specify and indicate) i. Only for Men ii. Only for Women iii. Co-education √ i. University Dept. ii. IASE iii. Autonomous College iv. Affiliated College √ v. Constituent College vi. Dept. of Education of Composite College vii. CTE Viii. Any other (specify and indicate) √ √

b. By Gender

c. By Nature

11. Does the University / State Education Act have provision for autonomy? Yes No

If yes, has the institution applied for autonomy?

6 Yes No

Entry Nature of Qualificatio Award n Certificate Diploma Degree Certificate Diploma Degree Certificate Diploma Degree Diploma Degree Certificate
One Year

12. Details of Teacher Education programmes offered by the institution: Sl. No. Level Programme/ Course Duration Medium of instruction


Pre-primary Primary/ Elementary Secondary/ Sr. secondary Post Graduate Other (specify)



iii) iv. v.

-------------Diploma B.Ed Graduate Degree (Additional rows may be inserted as per requirement)


13. Give details of NCTE recognition (for each programme mentioned in Q.12 above) Level Pre-primary Primary/Elementary Secondary/ Sr.secondary Post Graduate B.Ed Other (specify)
F-49-21-2005NCTE N& S 27/06/2007 _____ 300


Order No. & Date

Valid upto

Sanctioned Intake

(Additional rows may be inserted as per requirement)

B) Criterion-wise inputs
Criterion I: Curricular Aspects
1. Does the Institution have a stated Vision

Yes Yes

√ √

No No

7 Mission Values Objectives Yes Yes

√ √



To achieve the excellence in teacher education

The college was founded and created under the aegis of the society called Society for promotion of Culture and education in the academic field, which as generally felt , is the need of the hour. The management of the Society and the teachers working in the college believe that the kind of education we provide for our youth is determined overwhelmingly by the kind of men and women we secure as teachers. The main objectives of the college include the following: 1. To impart teacher education to the desirous eligible learners of the country, irrespective of caste, color and creed. 2. To equip teacher education of the college with the latest infrastructural, academic, informative and technological devices. 3. To emphasize upon job oriented, technology oriented and value oriented aspects of the courses of study. 4. To care simultaneously for physical and mental development of the learners via a sound and scientific physical education. 5. To constantly enrich the learning inputs of the college with particular emphasis on reading material and teaching aids/devices. 6. To create a congenial environment for hurdle free pursuit of education by socio-economically disadvantaged learners. 7. To endeavor for a general awareness among the learners of ecological and environmental issues confronted by the valley. 8. To built a fraternal atmosphere of emotional unity among the learners of diverse linguistic and cultural background. 9. To create a congenial atmosphere for faculty improvement of and working condition for the teaching staff the college. 10. To provide for amenities for teaching and nonteaching staff as per the prevailing norms.


2 a) Does the institution offer self-financed programme(s)? If yes, a) How many programmes? b) Fee charged per programme Yes √ No

B.ED, BBA, Lab School Fee for B.Ed and BBA is charged as prescribed by the university. But for the Lab School the fee is Charged by the management of the Society keeping in view the expenses incurring thereon for salary of the staff, development of infrastructure, maintenance and for other miscellaneous items.

Are there programmes with semester system


3. Is the institution representing/participating in the curriculum development/ revision processes of the regulatory bodies? Yes No √

We have a committee in the college that receives the feedback from teachers as well from students which in turn is submitted to the university/ Board for consideration. The entire programme of framing of curriculum is run by the university/ Board itself. The college in this connection has no direct representation. If yes, how many faculties are on the various curriculum development/vision committees/boards of universities/regulating authority. None 4. Number of methods/elective options (programme wise) -----------

9 D.Ed. B.Ed. M.Ed. (Full Time) M.Ed. (Part Time) Any other (specify and indicate) 5. Are there Programmes offered in modular form √ Yes No ----------------------B.Ed ---------

6. Are there Programmes where assessment of teachers by the students has been introduced Yes √ No Yes the assessment of the teachers is done by the students by way of a questionnaire, open discussion and through Complaint Box. We do have periodical meets with the elected representation of students were problems of students like language of teachers, presentation , punctuality holding of classes and completion of syllabi are openly discussed and the necessary remedial measures are taken accordingly. 4


8. Are there Programmes with faculty exchange/visiting faculty Yes √ No This is one of the most important features of the college. The professors form university and other reputed colleges are invited to deliver extension lectures on most demanding topics like New Trends in Teaching and Learning Process, Skills, Techniques etc.



10 9. Is there any mechanism to obtain feedback on the curricular aspects from the • • • • • Heads of practice teaching schools Academic peers Alumni Students Employers Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes √ No √ No No √ No No √ √

The pupil teachers are deputed to different schools for carrying out Practice of Teaching accompanied by a supervisor who remains in close touch with the Head of the Institution concerned. The whole process of POT is jointly supervised and monitored by the supervisors and the Head concerned. The Head plays an active part in evaluating the pupil teachers. The Academic Peers maintain the whole record of events of POT and discuss the same with pupil teachers and the heads of the institutions. At the end of POT, a general meeting of pupil teachers and academic peers is conducted in the seminar hall where Academic Peers express their critical views experienced during POT sessions. 10 How long does it take for the institution to introduce a new programme within the existing system?
Long Time

It is a time consuming process to Launch a new programme. The Proposal after being got through by the Management of the college is sent to the Govt of J&K before being putup with the university of Kashmir. 11 Has the institution introduced any new courses in teacher education the last three years? Yes No √ during


Number 12 Are there courses in which major syllabus revision was done during the last five years? Yes √ No The syllabus revision is carried out by the university.

Number NIL 13 Does the institution develop and deploy action plans for effective implementation of the curriculum? Yes √ No The college has framed different committees to make sure that all the curricular aspects are fully materialized. The following teaching aids are put to use for effective implementation of the curriculum. 1. Audio visual. 2. Labs 3. Field Trips 4. Extension Lectures 5. Assignments 6. Seminars 7.Academic etc Discussions

No 14 Does the institution encourage the faculty to prepare course outlines?


The teachers are provided all necessary facilities to prepare Lesson Plans and other Instructional material. The teachers distribute the teaching plans detailing the various elements of the syllabus to be taught during the session.


Criterion II: Teaching-Learning and Evaluation How are students selected for admission into various courses? a) Through an entrance test developed by the institution b) Common entrance test conducted by the University/Government c) d) e) f) Through an interview Entrance test and interview Merit at the qualifying examination Any other (specify and indicate) The eligibility conditions for admission to B.Ed programme accordance with the rules prescribed by the University. The university invites applications for admission to B.Ed courses from eligible candidates. The applications received by the university are scrutinized and the merit list of candidates is accordingly framed and then seats are allotted to different colleges as per the intake capacity. √

Furnish the following information (for the previous academic year): a) Date of start of the academic year 15 Oct, 2010 b) Date of last admission 30 Nov, 2010 c) Date of closing of the academic year 15 Oct, 2011 d) Total teaching days 180 e) Total working days 250

3. Total number of students admitted Programme Number of students M D.Ed. B.Ed. √
170 151 321

Reserved M F Total M

Open F Total



13 M.Ed. (Full Time) M.Ed. (Part Time) 4. Are there any overseas students? If yes, how many? Yes No √

5. What is the ‘unit cost’ of teacher education programme? (Unit cost = total annual recurring expenditure divided by the number of students/ trainees enrolled).
7090/= a) Unit cost excluding salary component b) Unit cost including salary component 10844/= (Please provide the unit cost for each of the programme offered by the

institution as detailed at Question 12 of profile of the institution) 6. Highest and Lowest percentage of marks at the qualifying examination considered for admission during the previous academic session Open Programmes D.Ed. B.Ed. √ M.Ed. (Full Time) M.Ed. (Part Time) The whole process of admission to B.Ed is entirely run by university itself Highest (%) Lowest (%) (%) Reserved Highest Lowest (%)

7. Is there a provision for assessing students’ knowledge and skills for the programme (after admission)? Yes √ No

8. Does the institution develop its academic calendar? Yes √ No The institution develops its Academic Calendar wherein the activities of the

14 college to be carried out during the session are displayed. At the very onset of the session , the academic calendars are distributed to the students so that they remain apprised beforehand. 9. Time allotted (in percentage) Programmes D.Ed. B.Ed. √ M.Ed. (Full Time) M.Ed. (Part Time) 10 Pre-practice teaching at the institution a) Number of pre-practice teaching days b) Minimum number of pre-practice teaching lessons given by each student
1 0

Theory 75%

Practice Teaching 15%

Practicum 10%

2 lessons each

Before deputing students for POT, the subject teachers model Lessons on different subjects. This activity continues for about a Week. Students are also asked to Give lectures on their concerned Subjects. They have to deliver pre. POT lesson, at least, one in each Subject. 11 Practice Teaching at School a) Number of schools identified for practice teaching b) Total number of practice teaching days days c) Minimum number of practice teaching lessons given by each student 20
0 7





12. How many lessons are given by the student teachers in simulation and pre-practice teaching in classroom situations?
No. of Lessons In simulation

No. 03

No. of Lessons Pre-practice teaching

No. 20

13. Is the scheme of evaluation made known to students at the beginning of the academic session? Yes √ No

14. Does the institution provide for continuous evaluation? Yes √ No

There is Comprehensive Continuous Evaluation done internally by the college. Student teacher evaluation has recently been introduced. 15 Weightage (in percentage) given to internal and external evaluation Programmes D.Ed. B.Ed. √ M.Ed. (Full Time) M.Ed. (Part Time) 16 Examinations Annual Exams are conducted by the university. a) Number of sessional tests held for each paper 0 4 b) Number of assignments for each paper 20 80 Internal External



17 Access to ICT (Information and Communication Technology) and technology. Yes No Computers Intranet Internet Software / courseware (CDs) Audio resources √ √ √

16 Video resources Teaching Aids and other related materials Any other (specify and indicate) 18. Are there courses with ICT enabled teaching-learning process? Yes Number √ No 05 √ √

19 Does the institution offer computer science as a subject? Yes √ No

If yes, is it offered as a compulsory or optional paper? Compulsory Optional √

The subject is incorporated in B.Ed syllabus as one of the optional papers. However the institute at its at the time of admission while opting for different subjects encourages the new entrants to take computer education as one of the papers. Criterion III: Research, Consultancy and Extension 1. Number of teachers with Ph. D and their percentage to the total faculty strength Number 2. % Does the Institution have ongoing research projects? Yes No √

If yes, provide the following details on the ongoing research projects Funding agency Amount (Rs) Duration (years) Collaboration, if any                                          Not                        


17                         (Additional rows/columns may be inserted as per the requirement) Number of completed research projects during last three years.


Not Applicable
4. How does the institution motivate its teachers to take up research in education? (Mark for positive response and X for negative response)  Teachers are given study leave  Teachers are provided with seed money  Adjustment in teaching schedule Y  Providing secretarial support and other facilities E  Any other specify and indicate S 5. Does the institution provide financial support to research scholars? √ Yes No Number of research degrees awarded during the last 5 years. a. Ph.D. Not Applicable b. M.Phil. 7. Does the institution support student research projects (UG & PG)? Yes No √


8. Details of the Publications by the faculty (Last five years) Yes International journals National journals – referred papers Non referred papers Academic articles in reputed magazines/news papers Books Any other (specify and indicate) √ √ 4 4 No Number


Are there awards, recognition, patents etc received by the faculty? Yes No √


10. Number of papers presented by the faculty and students (during last five years): Faculty National seminars International seminars Nil Nil Students Nil Nil

Any other academic forum



11. What types of instructional materials have been developed by the institution? (Mark `’ for yes and `X’ for No.) Self-instructional materials Print materials Non-print materials (e.g. Teaching Aids/audio-visual, multimedia, etc.) Digitalized (Computer aided instructional materials) Question bank √ √ √ X X

Any other (specify and indicate)


12. Does the institution have a designated person for extension activities? Yes No √ If yes, indicate the nature of the post. Full-time Part-time Additional charge √

13. Are there NSS and NCC programmes in the institution? Yes No √

14. Are there any other outreach programmes provided by the institution?

19 √



The college teachers and students very regularly participate in programmes connected with Community Development issues. The college encourages and facilitates local NGO’S to conduct the programmes on important issues. 15. Number of other curricular/co-curricular meets organized by other academic agencies/NGOs on Campus 3 16. Does the institution provide consultancy services? √ Yes No 17. Does the institution have networking/linkage with other institutions/ organizations? Local level State level National level International level _____ _____ _____ _____

Criterion IV: Infrastructure and Learning Resources 1. 2. Built-up Area (in sq. mts.)

Are the following laboratories been established as per NCTE Norms?

a) b) c) d) e) f)

Methods lab Psychology lab Science Lab(s) Education Technology lab Computer lab Workshop for preparing Teaching aids

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

√ √ √ √ √ √

No No No No No No


How many Computer terminals are available with the institution?

20 4. What is the Budget allotted for computers (purchase and maintenance) during the previous academic year?
2 Lakh


What is the Amount spent on maintenance of computer facilities during the previous academic year?

6. What is the Amount spent on maintenance and upgrading of laboratory facilities during the previous academic year?


What is the Budget allocated for campus expansion (building) and upkeep for the current academic session/financial year?
5 Lakh


Has the institution developed computer-aided learning packages? Yes √ No Open M Teaching Non-teaching 3 10 Open Teaching Non-teaching M 1 F 1 F 7 2 Reserved M F Reserved M F


Total number of posts sanctioned

10. Total number of posts vacant

11. a. Number of regular and permanent teachers wise)

Open Reserved M F 6 F M M 2 M

(GenderF F

Lecturers Readers Professors





b. Number of temporary/ad-hoc/part-time teachers (Gender-wise) Open Reserved M Lecturers 1 F 2 M F


M Readers M








c. Number of teachers from same state Other states 12. Teacher student ratio (program-wise) Programme D.Ed. B.Ed. √ M.Ed. (Full Time) M.Ed. (Part Time) Teacher student ratio 1:15

8 2

13. a. Non-teaching staff Permanent √ Temporary b. Technical Assistants Permanent Temporary 14. Ratio of Teaching – non-teaching staff

Open M F 09 M 01 M 1 M F F 2 F

Reserved M F M M M F F F

15. Amount spent on the salaries of teaching faculty during the previous academic session (% of total expenditure) 10,34000 16. Is there an advisory committee for the library? Yes √ No The college has a senior faculty member designated as Convener Library who upkeeps the library as per the needs and demands of teachers and students.

22 17. Working hours of the Library On working days On holidays During examinations 18. Does the library have an Open access facility Yes No √
10 a.m. – 4p.m.

10:30 a.m. – 4p.m.

19. Total collection of the following in the library a. Books - Textbooks - Reference books b. Magazines e. Journals subscribed - Indian journals - Foreign journals f. Peer reviewed journals g. Back volumes of journals h. E-information resources - Online journals/e-journals - CDs/ DVDs - Databases - Video Cassettes - Audio Cassettes 20. Mention the Total carpet area of the Library (in sq. mts.) Seating capacity of the Reading room 21. Status of automation of Library Yet to intimate Partially automated Fully automated 22. Which of the following services/facilities are provided in the library? √
1426 Sq. Mts


7 12

2 3


23 Circulation Clipping Bibliographic compilation Reference Information display and notification Book Bank Photocopying Computer and Printer Internet Online access facility Inter-library borrowing Power back up User orientation /information literacy Any other (please specify and indicate) 23. Are students allowed to retain books for examinations? Yes √ No √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √

24. Furnish information on the following Average number of books issued/returned per day Maximum number of days books are permitted to be retained By students By faculty Maximum number of books permitted for issue For students For faculty Average number of users who visited/consulted per month Ratio of library books (excluding textbooks and book bank Facility) to the number of students enrolled 25. What is the percentage of library budget in relation to total budget of the institution
1:20 20 30 30

5 250


26. Provide the number of books/ journals/ periodicals that have been added to the library during the last three years and their cost. I Number Text books Other books Journals/ Periodicals Any others specify and indicate 150 10 4 ______ Total cost (in Rs.) 80000/= 2000/= 3000/= ______ Number 200 20 3 ______ II Total cost (in Rs.) 96000/= 3000/= 2500/= ______ Number 250 15 5 ______ III Total cost (in Rs.) 105000/= 12500/= 13500/= ______

(Additional rows/columns may be inserted as per requirement)

Criterion V: Student Support and Progression 1. Programme wise “dropout rate” for the last three batches Programmes D.Ed. B.Ed.√ M.Ed. (Full Time) M.Ed. (Part Time) 2. Year 1 Year 2 Year 3


Does the Institution have the tutor-ward/or any similar mentoring system? Yes No √ If yes, how many students are under the care of a mentor/tutor?

3. Does the institution offer Remedial instruction? Yes √ No

4. Does the institution offer Bridge courses? Yes No √

25 5 Examination Results during past three years (provide year wise data) UG B.Ed 2008 Pass percentage Number of first classes Number of distinctions Exemplary performances (Gold Medal and university ranks) 6 Number of students who have passed competitive examinations during the last three years (provide year wise data) III I II NET ---SLET/SET ---Any other (specify and indicate) ---7. Mention the number of students who have received financial aid during the past three years. Financial Aid I II Merit Scholarship             Merit-cum-means 21 20 scholarship Fee concession 10 15 Loan facilities             Any other specify and             indicate (Additional rows may be inserted as per requirement) III                               72% 80 02 -2009 74% 105 08 ------------2010 I II III IV II III PG M. Phil

8 Is there a Health Centre available in the campus of the institution? Yes √ No Yes the medical facility is available to the students in the form of dispensary.

26 9 Does the institution provide Residential accommodation for:

Faculty+ Non-teaching staff

Yes Yes

√ No √ No

10 Does the institution provide Hostel facility for its students? Yes If yes, number of students residing in hostels Men Women 11 facilities? 120 100 Yes Sports fields Indoor sports facilities Gymnasium 12 Availability of rest rooms for Women Yes Yes Yes √ No √ No No √ No √ No

Does the institution provide indoor and outdoor sports

13 Availability of rest rooms for men


√ No

14 Is there transport facility available?


√ No

15 Does the Institution obtain feedback from students on their campus experience? Yes √ No 16 Give information on the Cultural Events (Last year data) in which the institution participated/organized. Organized No Participated No Number 2

Yes Inter-collegiate


Yes √

27 Inter-university National Any other (specify and indicate) (Excluding college day celebration) 17. Give details of the participation of students during the past year at the university, state, regional, national and international sports meets. Participation of students (Numbers)       10             Outcome (Medal achievers)       5             √ 2

State Regional National International

18. Does the institution have an active Alumni Association? Yes √ No

If yes, give the year of establishment 2007 19. Does the institution have a Student Association/Council? Yes No √

20. Does the institution regularly publish a college magazine? Yes √ No

21. Does the institution publish its updated prospectus annually? Yes √ No

28 22. Give the details on the progression of the students to employment/further study (Give percentage) for last three years Year 1 (%) Higher studies Employment (Total) Teaching Non teaching 65% 20 80 20 Year 2 (%) 68% 22 85 15 Year 3 (%) 70% 25 87 13

23. Is there a placement cell in the institution? Yes No √

If yes, how many students were employed through placement cell during the past three years. 1 --2 -3

24. Does the institution provide the following guidance and counseling services to students? • • • Yes No

Academic guidance and Counseling √ Personal Counseling √ Career Counseling √

29 Criterion VI: Governance and Leadership Does the institution have a functional Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) or any other similar body/committee


No Yes the college frames various committees who take care of different aspects of the institution. There lies a proper Laison among the various constituents for the smooth conduct of the working of college. The college has an advisory committee which is empowered to take decisions related to the quality improvement including both the Academic and Infrastructure.


Frequency of meetings of Academic and Administrative Bodies: (last year) Governing Body/management Staff council IQAC/or any other similar body/committee Internal Administrative Bodies contributing to quality improvement of the institutional processes. (mention only for three most important bodies) 5 10 4 ----

What are the Welfare Schemes available for the teaching and non-teaching staff of the institution? Loan facility Medical assistance Insurance Other (specify and indicate) Yes Yes Yes Yes √ No √ No √ No No

30 Number of career development programmes made available for non-teaching staff during the last three years ----------5 Furnish the following details for the past three years a. Number of teachers who have availed the Faculty Improvement Program of the UGC/NCTE or any other recognized organization ------------------------------b. Number of teachers who were sponsored for professional development programmes by the institution National International -----------------------

c. Number of faculty development programmes organized by the Institution:
0 4

d. Number of Seminars/ workshops/symposia on curricular development, Teaching- learning, Assessment, etc. organized by the institution
0 3 0

e. Research development programmes attended by the faculty ------ ----f. Invited/endowment lectures at the institution
1 2

Any other area (specify the programme and indicate) -----------6. How does the institution monitor the performance of the teaching and non-teaching staff? ------a. Self-appraisal Yes -No ------b. Student assessment of faculty performance Yes -No ------c. Expert assessment of faculty performance Yes -No d. Combination of one or more of the above e. Any other (specify and indicate) Yes Yes √ ---No No -----

31 7Are the faculty assigned additional administrative work? Yes If yes, give the number of hours spent by the faculty per week √ No

Provide the income received under various heads of the account by the institution for previous academic session Grant-in-aid Fees Donation Self-funded courses Any other (specify and indicate) NIL
Rs 6437325/=



Expenditure statement (for last two years) Year 1 Total sanctioned Budget % spent on the salary of faculty % spent on the salary of non-teaching employees % spent on books and journals % spent on developmental activities (expansion of building) % spent on telephone, electricity and water % spent on maintenance of building, sports facilities, hostels, residential complex and student amenities, etc. % spent on maintenance of equipment, teaching aids, contingency etc. % spent on research and scholarship (seminars, conferences, faculty development programs, faculty exchange, etc.) % spent on travel Any other (specify and indicate) Total expenditure incurred 1116074 235000 16049 51000 31776 9400 227000 24111 82500 1468158 3265497 Year2 1003115 412232 1715 115358 22154 ---22000 162000 95950 2244482 4088172

Specify the institutions surplus/deficit budget during the last three years? (specify the amount in the applicable boxes given below)

Surplus in Rs.

Deficit in Rs.


2566007 2603656 2361207


Is there an internal financial audit mechanism? Yes √ No

12. Is there an external financial audit mechanism? Yes No √

13. ICT/Technology supported activities/units of the institution: Administration Finance Student Records Career Counseling Aptitude Testing Examinations/Evaluation/ Assessment Any other (specify and indicate) Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes √ √ √ √ √ √ √ -No No No No No No No No -----

14. Does the institution have an efficient internal co-ordinating and monitoring mechanism? Yes √ No Yes, the college adopts the committee management approach for efficient internal coordinating and monitoring of the various academic and non academic activities.

33 15 Does the institution have an inbuilt mechanism to check the work efficiency of the non-teaching staff? Yes √ No Yes, the conduct and performance of the Non Teaching staff is monitored by teaching faculty, the report is submitted to the principal for necessary action at his end. 16 Are all the decisions taken by the institution during the last three years approved by a competent authority? Yes √ No

17 Does the institution have the freedom and the resources to appoint and pay temporary/ ad hoc / guest teaching staff? Yes √ No

18 Is a grievance redressal mechanism in vogue in the institution? a) For teachers √ b) For students c) For non - teaching staff √

√ 19. Are there any ongoing legal disputes pertaining to the institution? Yes No √

20. Has the institution adopted any mechanism/process for internal academic audit/quality checks? Yes √ No

21. Is the institution sensitised to modern managerial concepts such as strategic planning, teamwork, decision-making, computerisation and TQM? Yes √ No

Criterion VII: Innovative Practices

34 1. Does the institution has an established Internal Quality Assurance Mechanisms ? Yes 2. √ No

Do students participate in the Quality Enhancement of the Institution? Yes √ No

3. What is the percentage of the following student categories in the institution? a b c d e f g h Category SC ST OBC Physically challenged General Category Rural Urban Any other ( specify) Men 11 ---25 ---------149 150 15 ------% ----------------------------------------------------------------Women 4 15 -------157 170 25 -----% ---------------------------------


What is the percentage of the staff in the following category ? Category a b c d e f g SC ST OBC Women Physically challenged General Category Any other ( specify) Teaching staff ----------------------7 --------10 -----% Non-teaching staff ----------------------2 ------12 -------%

5. What is the percentage incremental academic growth of the students for the last two batches?

Category SC ST OBC Physically At Admission Batch I 13 --------38 ---------

______ 2009-10
Batch II 15 --------40 --------On completion of the course Batch I Batch II 13 15 ----------------38 40 -----------------

35 challenged General Category Rural Urban Any other ( specify)

295 300 30 ---------

306 320 40 ---------

295 300 30 ---------

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KSERT College of education is a Teachers Training Institute which offers B.Ed Course of one year duration to the students. The College was established in the year 2002 and stands registered with the Govt of Jammu and Kashmir. Kashmir University granted temporary affiliation to the institute. The College adheres strictly to the norms as prescribed by the University. The intake capacity, fixation of salary, recruitment of teaching faculty, is all governed by the University. The University of Kashmir conducts periodical inspections of the College. The feedback forms the basis for continuation of the affiliation. The University has on the regular basis been increasing the intake capacity of the students because of the quality work that has and is being done by the College. The University of Kashmir formulates the curriculum for the course and also conducts the examinations of theory as well as practice of teaching. The founder members of the College Mr. Irfan Muzamil, Mrs Sajida Begum, Dr. Mohammad Yaseen Shah and Mrs Mumtaz-Un-Nisa (Chairperson). These distinguished personalities are very respectable citizens of our society. They have established this College as a mission to better the lot of features that would in turn become a reason for a better social setup. The College is located 8 KM away from Srinagar. It has a very well planned and properly managed campus spread over 2.5 acres of land. This College is situated on Srinagar- Budgam road with excellent


transport facilities. The management has put in place almost every ting that is required of a Teachers Training College. However there is always a scope for further improvement. The institute was established to professionalize teachers education. The schools in general are managed by untrained and inadequately qualified teachers. The institute was started to create an opening for such teachers to get trained. There were very limited chances for pre-service teachers to seek admissions in College of Education because of its less intake capacity. It has succeeded not only in attracting the local talented prospect teachers but also motivated students from other states of the country to avail this opportunity. A very good number of pupil teacher from adjacent states take admissions in the College. They are generally Hindi knowing students with Hindi as their medium of instruction. The College prepares instructional material in different languages- Hindi, Urdu and English. The Deptt of languages of the College has prepared multilingual dictionary comparing words in Urdu and Hindi only to facilitate such students. All efforts are made to minimize the problems of these students. The college organizes a series of extension lectures with experts in different disciplines and languages to strengthen their hold on content and methodology.

CRITERION — I : CURRICULAR ASPECTS The institution has got a limited freedom with regard to framing of curriculum, Introducing new courses, award of degrees etc. This whole programme is framed by University itself.


However, the University has framed curricula in such a way where great stress has been laid upon the overall development of personality of teachers who can very well influence the young minds towards the greater objectives of education. Teachers who are born out of this curriculum can have a good understanding of national and international objectives, modern challenges, trends etc. The curriculum contains a greater provision for fostering love towards nature. It inspires people to live in peace and have a harmony with each other and with the environment. It provides ample opportunities for learners to develop into good teachers who are well in demand not only in the native country but also abroad. 1. CURRICULAR DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT. A) The college has an objective of imparting training to the inservice and pre-service teachers. The college is committed to the cause of achieving excellence inteacher- education. We try to inculcate scientific temper in teachers and help them develop the desired skills. This training creates openings for their employment and higher placements in case of inservice teachers. B) The curriculum for the course is designed and developed by the University. The College does have an inbuilt feedback mechanism on various inputs of the college that also includes feedback on curriculum. The feedback is passed on to the University authorities for consideration. The college does not have a freedom to make any changes. C) Globalizations is one of the latest concepts. Efforts are made to sensitize the trainees about the importance of Environment, Education Technology and other important dimensions. Courses like Computer








Education, Guidance & Counseling have been introduced to keep pace with other developed states. D) The B.Ed curriculum gives an option to students to opt for Special Education, Guidance & Counseling, Population Education, and Environmental Science. These students are given freedom to opt for subject of their choice. E) The institute does not make use of ICT for curriculum planning. 2 ACADEMIC FLEXIBILITY FLEXIBILITY. Apart from holding theoretical classes where pupil teachers are equipped with the important know how of being as teachers — the college at its own arranges demonstration classes, where teachers as role models make students understand how variety of lessons with different importance, tastes etc can be imparted to the entire satisfaction of students. Since the teachers have varied experience they inject their experience to the students by field demonstrations/T his sort of activity provides students a great deal of exposure how teaching and learning can be made more efficient and effective. In addition to this the curriculum contains skillful activities which prior to actual Practice of Teaching enriches students with latest talents, skills and techniques enough to develop learners into good way of usual classroom interactions, discussions, feedback, orientation classes, besides teachers micro teaching aiming to develop and flourish the important skills among the pupil teachers has been given a good weightage. This part of the curriculum is now being considered as


one of the major and most important component of B.Ed course. The pupil teachers are sent to various near by schools for Practice of Teaching purpose where they act as teachers. They display and make use of all acquired skills learnt in Micro teaching. They deliver there 30 lessons, I5 of each teaching subject. Apart from this, they have to undergo internship course which gives the knowledge about the main functions of a school. It is an essential unit of learning and gaining experience about the running of a school-in a real sense. The college has very well established Lab School in the campus. The school is helpful to provide various types of experiences to the trainees. The "experiences of Micro Teaching & Simulated Teaching are a regular feature of the College. It is followed by a well built programme. Of P.O.T. The institute devices a very dynamic table to ensure that students are provided experience in and outside the college. The college organizes number of co-curricular activities that include seminars, debates and conferences. This is done in collaboration with the NGO’s and other reputed institutions. Conferences on value based themes are a regular feature of the College academics. The college has not introduced any value added courses but value added programmes are organized once in a while. The Deptt. of Languages has been organizing programmes to develop skills ( verbal & written ) "The curriculum offered at B.Ed level consists of many important I aspects that makes it a multidisciplinary curriculum. Philosophy, " Psychology, Guidance & Counseling Special Education. The multi skill development Micro teaching provides the base for that. The college organizes a very well planned programme on Micro teaching to inculcate its students with different skills. lm) Inclusive Education is also given a place in our curriculum transaction.


Practice of Teaching is one of the most important programmes of the college. A special package of model lessons is organized before trainees are deputed to practicing schools. Another part of the curriculum is the apprenticeship. This programme is organized to train students in all the essential works other than teaching in school. 3. FEEDBACK ON CURRICULUM The college has initiated a few steps to collect feedback about various components of the course. Questionnaires, student- teacher & parent-teacher meetings are organized. College organize meeting of its Alumni in year 2008 where apart from other things ~ suggestions on behalf of the Alumni were recorded for further discussions.. The college does not have a direct role in updating or modifying curriculum. Suggestions based on feedback are given to the University which is the regulatory body. Only confined to suggestions. 4. CURRICULUM UPDATE No major changes in curriculum have been effected during last five years. Project work was introduced but for no reasons done away with. Introduction of Apprenticeship and Micro teaching have added colour to the B.Ed course. The role of college is confined to suggestions. 5. BEST PRACTICES IN CURRICULAR ASPECTS. The college has established an IQAC which is charged with the responsibility of quality sustenance initiatives. Quite a few actions have been initiated to achieve excellence in education. » The college is an embodiment of rich traditions and best practices. Social get — together, Welcome party for trainees, Students Redressal


Cell, Community Service, \ Scholarships to deserving candidates, are some of the best practices of the l college. CRITERION - II : TEACHING LEARNING AND EVALUATION. Since the College is affiliated to the University of Kashmir, the eligibility conditions for admission to different programmes is perfectly in accordance with the rules prescribed by the University. The admission policy of the colleges particularly in matters of the fixation of intake capacity and cut off point is guided by the directions as issued by of Kashmir from time to time. For assessing student’s performance, the class tests are conducted which identify the strength and weakness of the students. For the weaker students the college follows the programmes like extra-coaching, remedial classes etc. The advance learners are required to make their presentation in seminars, take part in debates and group panel discussions. The lecture method is supplemented by the following lecturer – centered teaching methodology.

1. ADMISSION PROCESS AND STUDENT PROFILE The admissions are governed by the University of Kashmir which is the regulatory body. The criteria for admission is that applications are invited and thereafter students are selected on merit basis and allotted to the colleges that are affiliated to the university. The University of Kashmir gives due publicity to admission process in local and national papers. Prospectus and information bulletins are the source of information.


The institution has put in place an Admission Committee that monitors the process as per the prescribed norms of the regulatory body. Admissions are processed and finalized by the regulatory body. Before the start of teaching programmes Orientation lectures / counseling is done to facilitate students and then interactive sessions are organized. 2. CATERING TO DIVERSE NEEDS The college teaching & non — teaching faculty have over these years succeeded in creating a student friendly atmosphere in the college. Students are encouraged to make an optimum use of the infra structure facilities available with the college. Different groups are created and allotted to teachers as per the diverse learning needs. To understand the role of diversity and equity in teaching-learning process it is inbuilt in the programmes devised by the regulatory body. Besides the usual feedback mechanism, the college has a closed circuit TV in place to monitor the process. There are different committees to evaluate different programmes. 3. TEACHING — LEARNING PROCESS Students are divided into groups of 15 and given assignments of varied nature with instructions to complete the same in a given period of time. These groups are monitored by faculty members. Learning is made student centered by organizing events of student’s interests. Students are involved while formulating time table to reflect activities of their choice.


Activity Oriented Methodology is tried. This approach helps the trainees to get a firsthand idea about different approach of teaching. There is a shift from teacher-centered approaches to learner centered approach. Students are encouraged to deliver lectures in their respective subjects with freedom to try any innovative method of teaching. The college provides due support to them.

Students use Micro Teaching Techniques for developing teaching skills. The focus is mainly on skill of questioning, set inductions, stimulus variations & skill of reinforcement. The college formulates a package for Practice of Teaching which is monitored by faculty and heads of the Practicing Schools. The number of delivered by pupil teacher are done as per the prescribed norms. The college also provides inputs to the practicing schools to facilitate use of Audio-Visual aids in practicing demonstrations at the school level. Yes, the practice teaching sessions are developed in consultation with the concerned school faculty. They are involved at each stage to facilitate the trainees in knowing about the capabilities and weaknesses of the students. This helps them to organize teaching as per the requirements of students and the school. General lectures, Demonstration Lessons, Micro-Teaching Lessons & Extension Lectures are organized for capacity building and developing managerial skills. The college has kept most of the commonly used technological devices at the disposal of students and efforts are made to


motivate students to make an optimum use of the same. Incentives are given to outstanding trainees. 4. TEACHER QUALITY The ratio is 15:1. Students are deputed on the basis of their residential areas. This ratio is done to ensure that the teacher caters to the requirements of the trainees and also manages to keep an eye on their performance in practicing schools. Faculty members are deputed to monitor the practicing schools. The teacher is there to facilitate & guide the trainee and pen down his / her observation about different stages of the Lesson Plan and lessons delivered by the trainees. The concerned teacher and the Head Master of the school provide the desired feedback to the college. The schedule for the practicing school is prepared only in consultation with the concerned faculty. The concerned faculty of the school helps the trainees in updating the policy directions and educational needs of the school. A proper rapport between the school Education Dept., Board and the NAAC accredited Grade ‘A’ College of Education helps us to keep pace with the recent developments. Teachers on staff are encouraged to participate in programmes of educational significance organized by leading institutes like university of Kashmir, Govt. College of Education and also by NGO’s. Teachers are given additional increments in case of their extraordinary achievements.


5. EVALUATION PROCESS AND REFORMS The institute has a decentralized type of administration and efforts are made to involve students in most of the activities that help us to identify barriers and initiate remedial measures to improve upon existing infrastructure and other allied things. Teachers are at liberty to try innovative techniques of teaching & evaluation. Class test, assignments, informal interactive sessions & mid term tests are a regular feature. External Exams are conducted by the University of Kashmir. Already answered above The college formulates a package for Practice of Teaching which is monitored by faculty and heads of the Practicing Schools. The number of lessons delivered by pupil teacher are done as per the prescribed norms. The college also provides inputs to the practicing schools to facilitate use of Audio-Visual aids in practicing demonstrations at the school level. Process of internship is followed in letter and spirit by deputing the trainees to schools to get an idea about different types of jobs that a teacher has to perform while being on staff of a school. Yes, the practice teaching sessions are developed in consultation with the concerned school faculty. They are involved at each stage to facilitate the trainees in knowing about the capabilities and weaknesses of the students. This helps them to organize teaching as per the requirements of students and the school. General lectures, Demonstration Lessons, Micro-Teaching Lessons & Extension Lectures are organized for capacity building and developing managerial skills.


The college has kept most of the commonly used technological devices at the disposal of students and efforts are made to motivate students to make an optimum use of the same. Incentives are given to outstanding trainees. The awards are compiled by the Examination Committee and then are fed to the computer for easy access. Internal evaluation is communicated to the University. BEST PRACTICES IN TEACHING — LEARNING AND

EVALUATION PROCESS Activity oriented Methodology is tried at each and every level of the course. Students are asked to review books & are guided to make optimum use of library and other available aids. The College is an embodiment of rich traditions and healthy practices. These practices get reflected in the curriculum transaction of the College. Most of these practices have helped the College to create an ideal teaching-learning atmosphere. All the stake-holders are involved by way of these practices in administering the betterment of the Institution. CRITERION III :RESEARCH CONSULTANCY AND EXTENTION. The teaching faculty consists 12 permanent teachers and 2 temporary teachers. Since the college is running only B.Ed course so it does not offer any research programme. However, some senior teachers are intending to peruse research programme at their own. In this connection, this college has decided to provide all necessary assistance by way of monetary and non monetary incentives in order to develop in the campus an atmosphere of research and exploration.


The extension and extra curricular activities are a frequent exercise being practiced in the campus. At present the college runs' 4 Adult Education Centers in near by villages. Besides, it has also introduced Health and Hygienic facilities in the Campus, The College also holds environmental and population awareness programmes in association with state and University agencies. 7. PROMOTION OF RESEARCH. The college has kept provision for financial assistance to students. They are encouraged to better their qualifications by giving them study leave. We expect a few teachers to take up research projects from the current session because project work in B.Ed curriculum has been done away with. Students are expected to take up Research Programmes from the current year. The Academic Calendar of the College has a provision of holding various seminars, debates, symposia & workshops every-year. Besides, the faculty members participate in various workshops organized by other institutions. 8. BEST PRACTICES IN RESEARCH, CONSULTANCY AND EXTENSION. Establishment of college IQAC is the major initiative of the college to sustain and enhance the quality. A few research projects are proposed to be taken up by some faculty members.


The research programmes are at the initial stages. The college, however, has been providing extension services to the schools, BOSE and University of Kashmir.







Ever since the inception of this college, the management has always tried its best to develop the infrastructure to the maximum to meet the modern and challenging requirements needed for running such infrastructural facilities that include : l. Lecture Halls 2. Library 3. Reading room 4. Computer Lab. 5. Audio Visual Hall 6. History and Geography Room 7. Psychology Lab 8. Bio Science 9. Principal’s Office 10. Staff Room 11. Office 12. Seminar Hall 13. Mechanically Operated tube well 14. Water storage tanks 15. Generator Shed 10 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 04 02 institutions. During the just last 9 years, the college has created a good number of


16. Chowkidar Rooms 17. Bath / Washing Rooms 18. Dispensary 19. Sports Room 20. Playing Field 21. Boys Hostel 22. Girls Hostel

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To prevent trespassing and damage to the college property, the college has created fencing all around the campus. The college has developed a beautiful lawn which is looked after by expert gardeners holding permanent jobs. The environment around the campus is free from the dusty and the congested atmosphere, here one feels in the lap of the mother nature. The college is fully electrified. In case of failure / shortage, it is supported by a huge diesel generator. For the maintenance and upkeep of infrastructure, the budget allocation is enclosed. The college library including reading room with the carpet area of 450 sq. ft and 260 sq. ft respectively is situated within the college building itself. It has the capacity to accommodate at least 20,000 books and other manuscripts.

At present the library contains the collection of 5289 books on different subjects relating to teacher education besides, subscribing to at least 12 journals and periodicals. Further, the library has got a good collection of CDs on different topics. All the staff and students of the college enjoy membership facility. The teachers and students can borrow 5 and 3 books respectively at a time. The library remains open on all the working days from 10 a.m to 4 p.m. The college has initiated steps for computerization of its library. The software has already been loaded. It is connected with internet. The library is run by a qualified librarian possessing M.Lis (M.Ed) qualification and isassisted by one Library Assistant and a bearer who has been solely deputed for the library. The college possess an audio -- visual room with a carpet area of 450 sq. ft containing:


L.C.D V.C.D Overhead Projector

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DVD and Audio Visual Cassettes and CDs TV and variety of graphic aids. These aids are put to use for efficient and interesting transaction of teaching and learning. The college has separate sports committee headed by a convener who looks after the various sports activities. The sports facilities available to students include : 1. Volley Ball court 2. Badminton court 3. Carom Boards 4. Chess Boards The college organizes various tournaments within the campus. The college has set up a workshop for repairing various furniture items. 9. PHYSICAL FACILITIES a) N.C.T.E norms are not applicable to the state of J & K. The college has the infrastructure as prescribed by the Regulatory Body. (Master Plan Attached). b) The college has fixed phased wise targets to keep pace with academic growth. Enhancement of facilities is a continuous process.

The college has an auditorium, playfield and recreation rooms for co-curricular activities. The institution in addition to running B.Ed offers course in addition offers BBA course and has a well established Lab. School near the campus. We share the resources for all the offered by the college.



e) The College has sufficient facilities which can sustain the health and hygiene of the staff and students in the form of a well established dispensary. We have enough wash rooms, separately for men and women, besides a well equipped catering service canteen. f) Mentioned above in the infra — structure list 10. LIBRARY AS LEARNING RESOURCE a) The College has a well qualified librarian who is M.Lis with M.Ed assisted by one Library Assistant and library bearer with required qualification. b) The college has constituted a committee designated as Library Committee. It is headed by a senior faculty member. The convener maintains a proper rapport with the faculty to enrich the library with the books that are relevant for the course. c) The process is on. Yes, the institute has two computer labs, fitted with Internet facilities, making the accessibility to the staff and students easy. d) No, institution does not make use of infliblet. However the college is initiatingthe use of infliblet / delmet / IUC facilities. e) The library remains open throughout the year for 6 days a week. It is only during winter break the library remains open for three days a week. It remains open for 6 hours daily. f) The library facility such as catalogue etc acquaints the users with new arrivals. g) The title pages of new arrivals are displayed on the board installed outside the library. h) Book Bank facility is in the process of initiation. The college intends to enrich the library with more titles to have Book Bank facilities. g) The library is not equipped to have special facilities for visually and physically challenged persons.


11 ICT AS LEARNING RESOURCES a) The college has a well equipped Computer Lab. With Internet Facilities, Overhead Projectors, T.V. Sets & Audio and Video Players. There are instruments that are put to use to develop operating ability among pupil teachers. b) To impart computer skills the college has introduced Computer Education as an elective paper and moreover the college has organized computer literacy application programmes for its faculty. c) The institute has only a suggestive role in designing of curriculum. d) Computers and Projectors available in the college are put to use by Faculty and Pupil Teachers in developing and planning instructional material and also teaching aids. 12 OTHER FACILITIES a) The college has a dynamic Time Table with provision for students to make use of institutional infrastructure during the working hours. The information prepared with the help of these electronic resources is shared with the practicing schools. The college intends to keep on updating this Lab. on regular basis. b) The College has a well equipped Audio—Visual Lab. with following facilities : Overhead Projector \Epidiascope T.V & Tape Recorder C.D Player Audio and Visual Cassettes, and Teaching Aids.


Teaching Faculty of the College puts these things to use during their interaction with students. Teachers also encourage the trainees to make an optimum use of these facilities. c) The college has following Labs : Science Psychology Education Technology Social Science Audio — Visual, and Computer. d) Enrichment of these labs is a continuous process. There is a committee entrusted especially with the job of monitoring labs regularly. d) The college possesses a big hall where more than 350 students can sit at a time. This hall is used for a variety of activities. The college has a separate sports room. The college has its own fleet of buses. e) Apart from having good furniture in terms of chairs, lecture stand, dais, fans and marker-boards etc. The college intends to equip the class rooms with latest technology in vogue in good institutions. CRITERION - V : STUDENTS SUPPORT AND PROGRESSION. At present the college has 250 students on roll. There are no drop outs. The college has presently no overseas students. The college has ever maintained a good pass percentage. However for the last three years i.e. 2008, 2009 and 2010 the pass percentage remained as 72%, 74% and 79% respectively. The college publishes a prospectus containing information on courses offered, hostel facilities, location of the campus and academic calendar. The college also regularly publishes a magazine entitled “GULAB” containing a variety of articles relating to educational policies, art & culture , religion, economics etc.


13. STUDENTS SUPPORT a) The college has a committee designated as Academic Committee for organizing, developing and executing the curricular and co-curricular activities. These are properly monitored and evaluated for effective and efficient teaching learning processes. b) The college does not possess the type of facility to cater to the requirements of physically challenged students. c) The arrangements are in the form of tutorial groups to supplement guidance to the students besides other co-curricular activities. d) The Teacher are encouraged to organize informal interactive services with students. The teachers and trainees are also encouraged to participate in programmes that pertain to achieve excellence in Teacher Training. They participate in programmes organized by leading Teacher Training Institute. e) The college has launched its own website namely www.ksert.ac.in f) The college has a very well planned time table for meeting the requirements of academically low achievers. Remedial classes are organized by teachers who are, in turn are given incentives for these classes g) Advanced learners are encouraged to avail Internet and Library facilities to acquire the desired information . Remedial classes for slow learners is a regular feature with the college. h) The college has established a Guidance Counseling Cell that provides information and guidance to the trainees about the employment and professional options. i) A Grievance Redressal Cell is quite functional in the college. The problems of students are discussed by the Dean Students Welfare, Elected Representatives and the Principal and remedial measures are initiated thereafter.


j) The college has evolved a scientific mechanism of monitoring the progress anddevelopment of students, keeping an eye on co-curricular programmes organized by thecollege and other agencies in collaboration with the college. k) The Practice of Teaching schedule of the college has the following salient features :- Model Lessons on General Topics related to planning. - Model Lessons by Subject Specialists. - Micro and Macro Teaching Demonstrations. - Deputation to Practicing Schools. - Supervision of Trainees in Practicing Schools. - The centers are monitored by the college administration. The feedback that comes is followed by giving desired inputs to trainees for better Teaching Learning Atmosphere. 14. STUDENTS ACTIVITIES a) The Institution has started the process of formation of an Alumni Association. However, the institution has initiated a number of programmes that have helped the college to have better rapport with local community and it has gone a long way to better our efforts in the training of teachers. b) The students are provided all facilities in Extra — Curricular Activities that also include sports. The college students have been participating in Volley Ball, Table Tennis and other games at the Inter — College Level. CRITERION — VI : GOVERNANCE AND LEADERSHIP The college is governed by the Management Body of society for Promotion of Culture and Education headed by Chairperson Mrs Mumtaz-Un-Nisa Soz. The internal Management of the college is carried on by the Principal of the college with the assistance of different committees


constituted for discharging various activities related to academic and non -academic affairs. Normally the Principal of the college acts upon the recommendations put forth by the committees. There is duly elected staff representative from the teaching faculty of the college representing both the teaching and non teaching staff of the college. 15. lNSTITUTIONAL VISION AND LEADERSHIP a) The Institution has been established with an objective to better the lot of teachers serving in various schools of the adjacent areas. The system can only achieve excellence if we are able to better the quality of teaching. Mission and Vision are stated and made known to the students & other stakeholders by way of College prospectus and some Display Boards. b) The Institution’s goals are inclusive in the mission of the Institution to produce quality teachers. Every effort is made to realize these objectives. c) The college has a very dynamic and scholarly people on its management. The management does not spare any effort to provide an ideal teaching learning atmosphere. The management has made available very good and sizable teaching aids on loan basis to use them during Practice of Teaching. d) There are periodical meetings of the College Management, Administration, Faculty members and also with Students Council Representatives. The decisions taken are communicated to all the concerned. There is effective rapport between all the stakeholders e) The feedback from various stake-holders is communicated by the college administration to the management by organizing periodical meetings. The redressal is immediately planned. f) Perusal of the feed-back from various agencies helps the college to identify the barriers in achieving vision / mission / goals.


g) The Management has put in place a system of involving teaching faculty in overall developmental process of the college. Management, Principal, Staff Secretary, Dean Welfare and Conveners of all other committees of the college hold periodical meetings to better their efforts of achieving excellence in teacher education. e) The Principal of the college is the administrative head of the college. He has very good rapport with teaching and non-teaching staff of the college. Whatever suggestions come from the faculty about the curriculum, are forwarded to the University. He is supported by efficient office establishment to encourage interaction with students and staff. He keeps an eye on curriculum transactions and facilitates teachers by providing support for innovations in Teaching. 16. ORGANIZA T I ONAL ARRANGEMENTS

a) Following is the list of committees and their functions constituted with the aim to have an effective and smooth atmosphere in the college for session 2008-2009. The committees will form a strong liaison between the different constituents so to build a hassle free environment.

Name of the Committee 1 . Admission Committee 2. Academic Committee 3. Sports Committee 4. Practice of Teaching Committee 5. Dean Students Welfare Committee 6. lnternal Quality Assessment Cell ( IQAC ) 7. Library Committee

Convernor’s Name Mr. Javaid Ahmad Dar Ms. Maya Raizada Mr. Javaid Ahmad Beigh Ms. Maya Raizada Ms. Zarina Qayoom Ms. Qurat-Ul-Ain Mr. B. L. Kher


8. Grievance Redressal Cell 9. Cultural Activities Committee 10. Magazine Committee. 11. Examination Committee 12 Purchasing committee 13. Excursion Committee as under :1. ADMISSION COMMITTEE

Ms. Mymoona Akhter Ms. Qurat-Ul-Ain Ms. Zarina Qayoom Ms Sadiqa Aziz Mr. B. L . Kher Mr. Khursheed Ahmad

The functioning and composition of various committees is here

The admission committee makes admissions as per the prescribed rules of the University. The committee extends counseling to the students while opting for different subjects. The committee also scrutinizes the documents necessarily required for the admission. The committee also makes monthly shortage statements on the basis of attendance statements submitted by the teachers. The following are the members of this Committee : i) ii) iii) Mr. Javaid Ahmad Dar Mr. Khursheed Ahmad Mr. Zaffer Iqbal ( Convener ) ( Member) ( Member)

2. ACADEMIC COMMITTEE. The academic committee monitors the activities with regard to fostering the academic culture in the College. This committee arranges seminars, debates and other academic related activities and this Committee is also responsible for framing of time-table. This Committee consists of the following members: i) Ms. Maya Raizada ( Convener)


ii) Ms. Kounsar Parwaz m) Ms. Sadaf Firdouse 3. SPORTS COMMITTEE

( Member ) ( Member )

The committee monitors the sports activities and frames sports calendar. This committee also looks after the various tournaments organized by the University and Sports Council. i) ii)

Mr Javaid ahmad Beigh Mr. Javaid Ahmad Dar Mr. Imtiyaz Ahmad Sheikh Mr, Aijaz Ahmad Wagay

( Convener) (Member) (Member) (Member)


4. PRACTICE OF TEACHING COMMITTEE The committee monitors all the activities with regard to practice of teaching. It arranges demonstration lessons, select schools, distributes students etc. this committee comprises the following members, i) Ms Maya Raizada ii) Ms. Kounsar Parwaz iii) Ms. Sadiqa Aziz (convevor) (Member) (Member)

5. DEAN STUDENTS WELFARE COMMITTEE It is very important functionary of the college. The Dean represents the Students before the admistration and serves as a link between administration and students. He is also entrust with the responsibility of maintaining of attendance of the students. This committee consists of the following members. i) Ms Zarina Qayoom ii) Mr, Tariq Ahmad Mir iii) Ms Shazia (convenor) (Member) (Member)


iv) Student Representatives


6. IQAC ( Internal Quality Assurance Cell ) The cell initiates programmes for the qualitative improvement in all spheres of the College This committee consists of the following members : i) Ms. Qurat-Ul-Ain ii) Mr Javaid Ahmad beigh iii) Mr Javaid Ahmad Dar iv) Ms Zarina Qayoom (convenor) (Member) (Member (Member)

7. . LIBRARY COMMITTEE Library Committee is entrusted with the job of purchasing of Books / Journals / Periodicals as per the needs of teaching faculty and the students. The Committee also monitors the working of the library. This committee comprises the following members 1 i) Mr. B.L. Kher ii) Mr. Javaid Ahmad Beigh m) Mr. Tariq Ahmad Mir iv) Student Representatives 8. . GRIEVANCE REDRESSAL CELL The Grievance of students are addressed after due deliberations with the Principal. This committee comprises the following members : i) Ms Mymoona Akhter ii) Ms Kokab Duari iii) Mr. Tariq Ahmad Mir ( Convener) (Member) (Member) ( Convener ) ( Member) ( Member ) (02)

9. CULTURAL ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE It takes care of social and cultural environment of the College cultural


Programmes are organized & monitored by this committee. This committee comprises the following members : i) Ms. Qurat - Ul- Ain ii) Ms. Sadaf Firdous iii) Mr. Javaid Ahmad Dar iv) Student Representatives (Convener) (Member) (Member) (02)

10 MAGAZINE COMMITTEE This committee is responsible for compiling of College Magazine. The committee is entrusted with the job of collecting articles, write ups, their editing, screening and finally printing. This committee consists of the following members : i) Ms. Zarina Qayoom ii) Ms. Kounsar Parwaz iii) Ms. Mymoona Akhter iv) Student Representatives 11 EXAMINATION COMMITTEE The committee holds the sessional tests and assignments. It also prepares awards to be submitted to University of Kashmir. In addition to this, the committee frames the list of supervisory staff for different examinations being held by the University of Kashmir in the campus. The following are the members of this Committee : i) Ms. Sadiqa Aziz ii) Ms. Kounsar Parwaz iii) Mr. Khurshid Ahmad Mir ( Convener ) ( Member ) ( Member ) ( Convener ) ( Member ) ( Member ) ( 03 )


12 PURCHASING COMMITTEE The committee is entrusted with the job of procuring the major items and books needed in the college. The Committee collects the list of requirements from the teachers and after scrutinizing the list, it is submitted before management for final perusal. The following are the members of this Committee: i) Mr. B. L . Kher ii) Ms. Zarina Qayoom iii) Mr Javaid Ahmad Beigh (Convenor) (Member) (Member)

13. EXCURSION COMMITTEE The Committee is responsible for conducting the picnic programmes and making necessary arrangements for the above mentioned programmes. The college organizes two staff picnic and two student picnic in a year. The following are the members of this Committee: i)

Mr Khurshid Ahmad Mir Mr Tariq Ahmad Mir Mr Javaid Ahmad Beigh

(Convenor) (Member) (Member)


CRITERION- VII: INNOVATIVE PRACTICES The college has a very good reputation for its academic commitment and devotes special attention towards moulding its students as responsible citizens. In order to impart value based education, the college arranges seminars, debates etc on topics aimed at creating high moral values in the students. They are involved in various social service activities and are made aware of their civil responsibilities. The college also indicates the community orientation and civic sense through extension activities such


as population education, health and environment awareness and hold medical camps. For internal quality check, the college has started the practice of collecting self-assessment report from the teachers annually. The self assessment reports are also collected from students and peers. The Principal communicates to the teachers the weakness / short comings if any and encourages them to improve their performance in order to come up to the expectations and needs of the students. Further. the feedback is obtained from students through questionnaires administered to them. This practice has been started only this year. The Principal of the college as the overall administrator sets the goals for different responsibility centres. ln order to exercise control the achievements of the different responsibility centres are compared with their set goals to see if the goals and objectives are achieved. This process of academic control helps the Principal to spot the weaknesses and strengths in order to gear up the institution to achieve the specific goals and objectives. 17. INTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE SYSTEM a) The College has established its lnternal Quality Assurance Cell. The composition of the Cell is as under: ) Ms. Qurat-Ul-Ain ii) Mr Javaid Ahmad beigh iii) Mr Javaid Ahmad Dar iv) Ms Zarina Qayoom (convenor) (Member) (Member (Member)

The major objectives of IQAC are to identity weaknesses and consolidate the strengths of the Institution. It has to keep rapport with all the stake holders to achieve the desired goals.


b) The academic programmes are evaluated by collecting feedback about the programmes that are organized by the college. Periodical meetings of various Committees are organized to see whether the objectives associated with different programmes are realized. c) College IQAC monitors each and every aspect of academic and cocurricular activities organized by the College. Quality assurance programmes were recently introduced in the College to bring efficiency in its programmes. d) The College Administration strictly adheres to the norms as recommended by the Regulatory Body. Proper auditing and Financial Management is in place. The College has quite a few senior members on its teaching and non - teaching staff who always provide guidance and Advice to the Administration about the Management of Finances. e) The College is an embodiment of good practices. Co - ordinated efforts are put in by various constituents together not only to share good practices but also to conserve these practices. There is a total harmony between various constituents of the Institution. 18. INCLUSIVE PRACTICES.

a) The Pupil Teachers are sensitized to the issues of inclusion through workshops, debates and conferences . Teacher Trainees are trained in the art of Planning Micro --and Macro Lesson Plans which are in conformity curriculum. b) Special Education is one of the optional subject in the Institution which aims at creating abilities in them to deal with exceptionalities. Women Study Cell Organizes Programmes or gender sensitization. c) Group discussions, Group Micro Teaching exercise, debates, informal interactions are a regular feature of the College academics. These positive


social interactions create active engagement in learning and self — motivation. d) The students teachers are given ample opportunities for working with children from different backgrounds and exceptionalities by way of taking classes during Practice of Teaching in the lab school as well as in the schools of surrounding areas. Here student teachers get themselves involved in different activities of schools. This whole activity is closely monitored by an expert Supervisor who corrects student teacher whenever and wherever need arises. Apart from this Micro teaching, demonstration lessons and other programmes are organized by the institution for the proficiency development of student teachers. e) The institution has created a special cell which solely addresses the needs and problems of Physically Challenged and disabled students. 19. 19.STAKEHOLDER RELATIONSHIPS a) The Institution ensures the access to the information on organizational performance to the stakeholders by way of prospectus, notes, and websites and by holding occasional meetings. b) The Institution has framed Internal quality assurance Cell ( IQAC) which collects feedback from students and stake holders and then works accordingly in order to bring qualitative improvement. c) The various feed back mechanisms which are in vogue are : 1 . Questionnaires. 2. Complaint Boxes 3. Suggestions / Instructions received from professional community who visit College off and on. The IQAC seriously takes a note of such feedback which could prove beneficial for quality enhancement of the Institution. For compiling the Self-Assessment Report ( S.A.R), the College


constituted a screening committee with the following members : l. Ms. Qurat-Ul-Ain 2. Mr Javaid Ahmad Beigh 3. Mr. Javaid Ahmad Dar 4. Ms, Zarina Qayoom 5. Mr. Khurshid Ahmad Mir 6. Ms. Hoora Co—Ordinator Member Member Member Computer Assistant Office Assistant

The committee worked strenuously for collecting the required data on curricular aspects, teaching learning and evaluation methodology, sports and extension activities, infrastructure and learning resources, academic activities including teaching, seminars, debates, group discussions, guest lectures, orientation programmes, admissions, results etc. The final report was prepared by Mr. B. L. Kher after analyzing the primary and secondary data in a systematic way for reaching at the logical conclusions representing the strengths and weaknesses of the institution. The report was circulated among the members of the committees before submitting the same to NAAC for their assessment and accreditation of the institution. However, the self assessment process shall give a new sense of direction to the College to create competitiveness, quality and excellence in teaching and extension activities.


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