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					THE ANNUAL QUALITY ASSURANCE
  REPORT (AQAR) OF THE IQAC
          2010 - 2011




  RBVRR WOMEN‟S COLLEGE [AUTONOMOUS]
NARAYANGUDA, HYDERABAD, ANDHRA PRADESH
      Website: www.rbvrrwomenscollege.net
       Email Id: rbvrrwc@rediffmail.com
                 rbvrrwc@gmail.com




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               RAJA BAHADUR VENKAT RAMA REDDY
                        WOMEN‟S COLLEGE
                          (AUTONOMOUS)
                 Reaccredited by NAAC with „A‟ Grade
            COLLEGE WITH POTENTIAL FOR EXCELLENCE
               NARAYANGUDA, HYDERABAD – 27 A.P.
                           Website: www.rbvrrwomenscollege.net

Raja Bahadur Venkata Rama Reddy Women‟s College(popularly known as Reddy
College) was established in the year 1954, by Hyderabad Mahila Vidya Sangam.This
college is named after the great visionary and social Reformer Sri Raja BahadurVenkata
Rama Reddy who took the initial step in the direction of establishing a college for
women.The foundation stone for the college building was laid by the First Prime Minister
of India , Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru and the building was inaugurated by the then President
of India, Dr. Sarvepally Radha Krishnan.The college hostel was inaugurated by Smt.
Indira Gandhi in the year 1965.His excellency, the then President of India Dr. A.P.J.
Adbul Kalam graced the Golden Jubilee Valedictory function in the year 2005.

Veterans like Sri. Konda Venkata Ranga Reddy , Padma Bhushan Madapati Hanumanth
Rao, Sri. P. Rama Chandra Reddy, Prof .P. Narsimha Reddy and several others were
associated with the progress and development of this college from time to time.

The college is centrally located in the city on a campus comprising 3.5 acres of land with
adequate infrastructural facilities to accommodate both UG and PG programmes in
Physical and Life Sciences, Social Sciences, Commerce and Management. The college
which started with 59 students in the year 1954 has grown to a strength of 1600 students.

The growth and expansion over the last 5 decades has been smooth , as the College
Management and Staff has brought in need - based changes keeping in view the Vision
and Mission and emerging demands of student requirements.

                                         VISION

     To be a quality educational institution in the region by enhancing, inspiring and
              empowering women specially those hailing from rural areas


                                        MISSION

•      To constantly improve the quality of academic inputs
•      To promote knowledge and value-based education through academic excellence
•      To train for self-employment
•      To provide education to women with updated infrastructural facilities and services
       at relatively reasonable fees
•      To inculcate spirit of leadership among the students



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Autonomous Status:
Autonomy was conferred on the college in 1989. The curriculum is redesigned and
several new academic programmes are introduced under autonomy.

Re-accreditation by NAAC with Grade „A‟
The college was reaccredited with Grade „A‟ by NAAC in January, 2006.

College with Potential for Excellence
The college is selected as College with Potential for Excellence by the University Grants
Commission, New Delhi in 2010.

Autonomy for the Post Graduate Courses:
Autonomy for Post Graduate courses was conferred during 2010-11




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              ANNUAL QUALITY ASSURANCE REPORT (AQAR)

NAME OF THE INSTITUTION: R.B.V.R.R. Women‟s College
                         (Autonomous),
                                       Re-accredited with Grade „A‟ by NAAC
                                       College with Potential for Excellence
                                       Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh

YEAR OF REPORT                    :    2010-2011
                                    Section –A
                       Plan of Action for the Year 2010-2011

                Plan of Action                                    Outcome
     Removal of obsolescence and updating            The existing labs have been
      existing laboratories wherever                   refurbished and upgraded.
      necessary.
     Establishment of Model Classroom                The Model Classroom has been
      with latest technology to enliven                established and the facilities will be
      teaching and learning.                           made available to the students.
     Upgrading classroom facilities and              The process has begun
      enhancing student centric learning
      measures such as guest lectures,
      seminars, access to internet, audio
      visual aids, multimedia and tie-up with
      other learning centers.
     Establishment of Centralized Research           Work is in progress with regard to the
      facilities for chemical, physical, life,         establishment of the required research
      commerce and social sciences.                    facilities. Necessary equipment is
                                                       being procured and linkages are being
                                                       established.
     Strengthening of the existing language          The technology is upgraded and
      and communication skill laboratory.              additional measures are taken up.
     Establishing equal opportunity centre           The center has been established and
      and organizing Need Based Training               training programmes are organized
      programmes                                       catering to the needs of backward
                                                       classes and weaker section students
                                                       and staff of the college.
     Need based training activities to the           The training for target groups is being
      target groups for teaching faculty, non          taken up by the management and
      teaching and support staff.                      IQAC.
     Establishing career and counseling              The career and counseling unit is
      center for the benefit of students.              established.
     Establishing knowledge resource center          The process has begun, necessary
      by obtaining e-journal access,                   linkages are being established and the
      creating/procuring study material,               existing library facilities are being
      PowerPoint presentations, interactive            upgraded.
      animated concepts, etc.




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                                      Section –B

Activities Reflecting Goals & Objectives of the Institution

Keeping in view the Vision and Mission of the institution a number of academic and
related activities were taken up during the academic year to build confidence among the
students. Infrastructural and support facilities were enhanced which include access to
computer labs, physical, chemical and life sciences labs, language lab, library, reading
room and need - based support provided by the faculty.

      The library was updated and many audio-visual aids have been acquired to
       facilitate the students to enhance their academic inputs and equip them for getting
       a competitive edge.
      Many of our final year students secured Placements through the college
       placement cell. Further students have registered in the employment portals.
      Students were encouraged to showcase their talents through an exhibition
       organized by the student leaders. This program helped in identifying the latent
       talents of students and also helped to create “Talent Pools”. This activity was
       taken up on 10th February 2011 in the college Auditorium. Class-wise
       performances, innovative and creative abilities in Basket weaving, painting, Hand
       Embroidery, Miniature painting, recycling of waste-material, paper flowers,
       bouquets and costume jewellery were displayed with great enthusiasm by the
       students. The same was appreciated by the management and staff of the college
       and also helped a better understanding of the students‟ abilities.
      A lecture demonstration on classical Carnatic music by “Bombay Sisters” was
       arranged in collaboration with SPIC MACAY on 18th September 2010 in the
       college Auditorium. This helped the students in getting awareness about the
       facilities available from experts for honing their skills at reasonable cost.
      The college has established Value Educational Centre to provide guidance to the
       students. Apart from that, the management takes keen interest in inviting key
       persons to deliver lectures and interact with the students. Some of the initiatives
       taken up during the year include collaboration with Centre for Human Excellence-
       Rama Krishna Mutt, J. Krishnamurti Foundation and Patanjali Yogpeeth. The
       value education in the college is seen as an integral part of the academics and is
       considered as a valuable tool for the holistic development of the students.

New Academic Programmes Initiated (UG and PG):

New academic programmes initiated during the year 2010-11 for meeting the
changing educational scenario include:

      The Department of Physics started a certificate course on “Renewable Energy
       Application” for the B.Sc final year students (with Physics as optional) with a
       duration of 4 weeks. 56 students successfully completed the first batch.




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      The Department of English has initiated the process to start a short term
       certificate course of 3 months duration on “Media and Theatre” for all the
       students.
      The Department of Telugu has conducted a workshop with a view to prepare
       syllabi and motivate the students to opt for a Certificate course on “T.V
       Anchoring and News Reading in Telugu”.
      The Department of Commerce has started an additional section for B.Com
       Computers.

Initiative towards Faculty Development Programme:

   14 lecturers from different departments have attended refresher courses / orientation
   courses organized by the Academic Staff College-Osmania University, Academic
   Staff College-JNTU

   Lt. E. M. Sunitha, Department of Botany and Mrs. Madhavi, Deparement of Zoology
   are pursuing doctoral programme under FIP

Total number of Seminars/ Workshops conducted during the year 2010-11

S.No               Dept                       Seminar              Workshops
1.     English                                                 2
2.     Computers                                               1
3.     Chemistry                        1
4.     Physics                          1                      1
5.     Mathematics                      1                      1
6.     Sociology                        1. National Seminar
7.     IQAC                                                    2
8.     Staff Association                                       1
9.     Library                          1                      1
10.    Career and Counseling                                   2
11.    Equal Opportunity centre                                1
12.    Telugu                           1



Research Project ongoing:

  Dr. M. V. Lakshmi Devi, Reader, Department of Sociology is working on a UGC -
  Major Research Project entitled “The Process of Marital Disharmony-A Socio- Legal
  Study” as an ongoing project.




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Details of Research Scholars - 2010-11

The research climate is kept alive on a continuous basis through the initiatives of the faculty. The
following are the details:
Department of Chemistry:         Mrs. Jeevan Jyothi: Awarded Ph.D by Osmania University
Department of English:          Mrs. Tanveer Fatima submitted Ph.D thesis in Osmania
                                 University
Department of Zoology:          Mrs. Madhavi pursuing Ph.D from Osmania University
                                Mrs. Anita has registered for Ph.D with Osmania University

Department of Economics:        Mrs. Sarojini pursuing Ph.D , University of Hyderabad.
                                Mrs. Hema Malini has registered for Ph.D with Osmania
                                University
Department of Botany:           Mrs. Sunita, pursuing Ph.D from Osmania University
                                Mrs. Rajini, pursuing Ph.D from Osmania University



Internal resources generated

An amount of Rs. 98 Lakhs has been generated in the form of fee and donations.


Community Services:

The Dept of Physics has signed an MOU with ALAMA International for ABACUS
training to school children. Ms. Sreedevi, Lecturer, Department of Physics, is training V
standard students of Madapati Hanumanth Rao High School, Narayanguda, Hyderabad.
The Course will be completed by the end of March 31st ,2011.

The Consumer Co-operative Stores of the college markets products of Manasa- An NGO
for differently abled children. The food supplements and products of Patanjali Yogpeeth
are marketed through the stores. The sarees and dress materials from Mahamayi Co-
operative Society- Pochampally, products from an NGO –Swadeshi Jagaran Manch
working for improving the livelihood of weaving community of Dubbaka are also
marketed. The proceeds are sent back to the respective NGOs
Apart from that, a number of community service initiatives have been taken up by the
institution. Some of the staff members are engaged in community service through
promotion of literacy, small family norms, importance of girl child, health and nutrition
and many other related aspects that are necessary to build confidence among women and
to empower them.




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Teachers and Officers newly recruited
Teaching (unaided) – 8 Members
Non-Teaching – 5 Members


Teaching and non- teaching staff ratio
              108 : 64 = 1.67 : 1


Improvements in the Library services.
       Books purchased : UG: 1,359
                          PG:     702
       Students Book ratio: UG: 1 : 29
                              PG: 1: 60


New Books / Journals subscribed and their value – 2010-11:
Books purchased : UG: 1,359
                   PG:    702
Journals Subscribed: UG: 44
                     PG: 60
Total amount spent: Rs. 3 Lakhs


Courses in which assessment of teachers is introduced and the action taken on
student feedback:
Student assessment of teachers has been obtained for all the courses by using a feedback
format designed for the purpose. The same is analyzed and discussed with the
departmental heads and the concerned teachers for necessary action. The students‟
concerns regarding the facilities are addressed through appropriate measures.




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Feedback from Stakeholders
Feedback is obtained from the stakeholders which include Parents, Academic peers,
Alumni, Industry and Community leaders through interactive meetings.
Apart from that, feedback on the course content was obtained and discussed with the
academic peers and examiners visiting the college in the departmental meetings.
The suggestions given by the examiners, academic peers, students and other stakeholders
were taken into consideration.

Unit cost of education
Rs. 23,000/- Unit Cost (including aided staff salaries)
Rs. 11,232/- Unit Cost (excluding aided staff salaries)

Computerization of Administration and the process of Admission and
Examination results, issue of certificates.

Administration and the process of Admission and Examination results, issue of
certificates are computerized. Plans for upgradation from the existing software to a more
advanced technology are being negotiated with professionals from the relevant fields.

Increase in infrastructural facilities and Technology upgradation

The existing facilities have been improvised and new facilities created. The details are
given in Annexure-I

Computer and Internet access and training to teachers, non-teaching staff
and students

The departments are provided with computers and printers with internet access. Some of
the departments have exclusive labs to meet the requirements of the students. The
students can access the Internet free of cost and use the computer facility.

A Training Programme for Telugu medium students on “Internet Awareness and
Applications” was organized from January 2011 to March 2011. 150 students of B.Com
participated in the training programme.

A Training Programme on “Internet Access” for the staff members was organized on 25th
March, 2011. 100 Staff members benefited. Mrs.Vamshi Mohana, Head, Dept of
Computer Science PG, Conducted the programme.




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Financial Aid to Students:


Various Scholarships during 2010-11
                        No. of Students No. of Students
                              Fresh             Renewals
B.C                     218                417
S.C                     68                 105
S.T                     7                  21
E.B.C                   63                 50
Minority                9                  6
Vysya                   6                  6
Kshatriya               3                  2
UGC Merged Scheme 120
Total                   494                607


Activities and Support from the Alumni Association
The Alumni Association of the college is actively engaged in extending support for
fulfilling the aims and objectives of the institution. 550 new members have joined this
year. A group called “RBVRR Women‟s College Family” was created in a social
networking site for enabling more members to join the association.

Free Dermatology and Dental Camps for staff and students were organized during the
months of September and December with the help of Dr. Sumanth (M.D.S in
Prosthodontics) and his team.

Apart from that, the association awards gold medals and cash prizes to meritorious
students for self financing courses in Commerce and Sciences. Further, the alumni
contribute to the developmental activities through donations.

Activities and support from the Parent –Teacher Association:
Parent teacher meetings are held during admissions, disbursement of scholarships, issue
of hall tickets and declaration of results.

These meetings were held during the months of June, August, September, November and
February 2011.




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These meetings provided a platform for the parents to interact with the staff and know
about the progress and special needs of their wards. They were given handouts which
contain detailed information about the academic, curricular, co-curricular and extra
curricular activities and the various facilities available.

 Apart from that, once in a week parents interact with the staff to discuss the problems
and special needs of their children through prior appointment.



Health Services
The Health Centre established in the college is highly beneficial to the students, staff and
resident scholars. The services of the doctor and also the Hospital with which the college
has an MOU are utilized by the needy. The doctor is available in the campus and attends
to the health needs, conducts medical examination for the day and resident scholars and
submits the report on a regular basis. The doctor attends on an average 30 members daily
in the Health Center.

Performance in Sports Activities

Sports in the college is as old as the college itself. It is an integral part of the academics
as regular games and sports sessions, training programmes and competitions are taken up.
Coaching is given to the students and the staff in Chess, Volley ball, Table tennis,
Kabbaddi and Martial Arts (Karate).

Annual Sports Day was held on 26 February 2011. Prizes were distributed to the students.
A breath taking Karate display by the Martial Arts trainees enthralled the large gathering
comprising of management, staff, parents, students and the electronic media.

Miss. Eswaramma of B.Com Computers I year received Gold Medal in Hammer throw at
Inter College Tournament conducted by the Osmania University. She was also the proud
winner of Gold and Silver medals in 10 events including Inter-district and Inter college
tournaments. She has been adjudged as the Best Sports Girl for the year 2010-11.

Incentives to outstanding sports persons 2010-11

A Merit scholarship has been awarded to Miss. Eswaramma of B.Com Computer I year.

Students Achievements and Awards

Miss. Jashma Jaithri Das from B.A II year was awarded a certificate of appreciation for
her essay on „From Ambition To aspiration, From Acquiring To Becoming.‟, organized
by Sri Rama Chandra Mission in collaboration with the United Nations Information
center for India and Bhutan.




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Participation In N.C.C.

Miss. Y. Mounika (NCC Cadet) participated in the Republic Day Parade on 26 January
2011 at New Delhi. J.U.O G. Jayashree, J.U.O G. Divya Reddy, SGT K. Vinolya and
SGT N. Sowbhagyawathi attended an Advance leadership Camp in Bihar. CDT Navitha
and CDT Dilleshwari attended a National Integration Camp at Delhi. SGT G. Swapna,
CDT Banu Rekha and CDT D. Meera Rathod attended a National Integration Camp at
Kerala. CDT. Navitha, CDT. Dilleshwari, CDT. S.Vani & CDT. Y. Mounika participated
in a National Integration Camp at Kakinada.


Activities of the Guidance and Counseling Unit

The counseling committee of the college comprises of the senior faculty. 30 students are
assigned to each teacher who are mentors for guiding the students and to take up the
identified activities of the counseling committee. Guidance and counseling was provided
by the mentors to the students during admissions (June 2010), prior to internal
assessments (August 2010 and February 2011) and semester examinations (September
2010 and February 2011).

Mentors also counsel for stress management and provide emotional support on a regular
basis.

 Regular training programmes viz.: workshops, lectures, seminars and interactive sessions
are organized by the committee for the benefit of the mentors and students.

The support staff who have discontinued their education were identified and counseled to
complete their examinations. They were also encouraged to take up skill building
activities to supplement additional income and hone their skills.

Placement services provided to students

A Career and Counseling Unit established in the college organizes on a regular basis
lectures, interactive sessions, awareness programmes, seminars and workshops to provide
information related to the career and employment opportunities and training facilities for
the benefit of the students.

Compulsory Certificate Courses on Personality Development, Communicative English
and Training for Employability are offered to the UG students.

Special focus is given for providing placement services to SC, ST, OBC and Minority
students. Books and reading material useful for appearing in competitive examinations
are provided free of cost.

Campus placements were arranged in the months of December 2010 and January 2011.
72 percent of the eligible students participated in the pre recruitment training programme.


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Development Programmes for Non-teaching staff

„Employees State Insurance Scheme‟ is implemented for all non teaching and support
staff from the year 2010-11.

Good Practices of the institution

Teaching-Learning And Evaluation
    In case of deaf and dumb students special consideration is given in some subjects
       and scribes are provided for the visually and physically challenged students.
    External squad members were recruited to maintain the objectivity in the process
       of examination.
    Remedial classes are arranged for the slow learners and tutorials are held in
       selected subjects.
    Advanced learners are encouraged to take up projects.
    Students are encouraged to develop competitive spirit and leadership qualities.
    Students are motivated to pursue professional programmes, take up skill building
       activities to prepare them for self employment.

Research, Consultancy and Extension:
    Management provides Seed Money for pursuing doctoral research for unaided
       teaching staff.
    Some of the departments take-up out reach programs in collaboration with
       national and international organizations.
    Value education through yoga and pranayama is provided to the community
       members by some of the staff members.
    Awareness on total health management is provided in the neighbourhood by the
       staff.

Student Support and Progression:
    College has adopted new best practices during 2010-11 besides continuing the
       earlier practices.
    Non – Scholarship toppers are given financial support by the management.
    Established an equal opportunity centre.
    Career and counseling Unit.
    English language lab helps majority of the degree students in improving their
       communication skills in a very systematic and structured manner. The focus is on
       listening, speaking, reading and writing skills. Audio-visual aids are used
       effectively in learning English especially for the Telugu medium students.

 Other Good Practices:
   Alternative energy utilization
   Screening of educational films and videos.




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                                       Section - C
Curricular Aspects

The college offers 27 programmes of which 23 are at UG level and 4 at P.G. level.

The innovative design of the curriculum update initiated during 2009-10 is continued.

Best Practices in curriculum aspects:

Feedback from the students on course content is introduced during 2010-11 in order to
bring innovations in curricular design and transaction. It is obtained from the students in
the months of September 2010 and March 2011 for each course based on the following
parameters:

   1.   Depth of the course content
   2.   Relevance to real life situations
   3.   Extent of coverage for professional needs
   4.   Learning values.

The suggestions were taken into consideration in preparing and updating curriculum.

The suggestions given by the examiners, academic peers and students were taken into
consideration during the Board of Studies meetings.


Teaching, learning & Evaluation

Admissions in the under graduate courses are strictly made on the basis of merit and the
policy of inclusion is followed. Most of the students are however from the backward rural
regions of the state. 60% of the total seats in all UG courses are allotted for them. Post
graduate admissions are centralized by the Osmania University.

Catering to diverse needs:

The college has offered 16 Certificate Courses during 2010-11 to cater to the diverse
needs of the students. These courses are aimed to provide an insight into the basics and
for creating awareness and exposure.




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Details of Certificate Courses Offered During 2010-11
Sl. No     Name Of The Course           In-Charge     Whether The Course Is
                                        Department Compulsory Or
                                                      Optional
1          Communicative English        English       Compulsory
2          Personality Development                    Compulsory
3          Training For Employability   Principal     Compulsory
4          Translation Proficiency      Telugu        Optional
           [UGC-Add-On Course]
5          Travel, Tourism &            History       Optional
           Hospitality Management
           [UGC-Add-On Course]
6          Foreign Exchange And         Economics     Optional
           Trade
           [UGC-Add-On Course]
7          D.T.P                        Computer      Optional
                                        Science
8          English For Career Prospects English       Optional
9          Social Work                  Sociology     Optional
10         Tally                                      Optional
11         Intellectual Property Rights Sociology     Optional
                                        And
                                        Commerce
12         Yoga & Meditation            Commerce      Optional
13         Food Preservation            Zoology       Optional
14         Embroidery & Mehendi         Social        Optional
                                        Sciences
15.        Renewable Energy             Physics       Compulsory for B.Sc III
           Applications                               Year M.P.Cs and M.P.C
16.        Short Term Course on         Sociology     Optional
           Journalism and Mass
           Communication


Teaching Learning Process:

The college faculty attended a number of Orientation and Refresher Courses to update
their knowledge in their respective and multi disciplinary subjects.




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Details of the staff who attended the Refresher /Orientation Courses during 2010-11

S. No   Name of the Lecturer       Course          Period        Organized by
1.      Ms. H. Geeta               Refresher       05-07-10 to   UGC Academic
        Lecturer in History                        24-07-10      Staff College, OU
2.      Smt. K. Venkamma           Orientation     02-08-10 to   UGC Academic
        Lecturer in Public                         28-08-10      Staff College, OU
        Administration
3.      Smt. Y. Sarojini           Refresher       06-10-10 to   UGC Academic
        Lecturer in Economics                      27-10-10      Staff College, OU
4.      Ms. B. Vimala Devi         Orientation     04-10-10 to   UGC Academic
        Lecturer in Pol. Science                   30-10-10      Staff College, OU
5.      Smt. L. Purnima                            06-10-10 to   UGC Academic
        Lecturer in Commerce       Refresher       27-10-10      Staff College, OU
                                                   01-12-10 to   UGC Academic
                                                   21-12-10      Staff College, OU
6.      Smt. B. Meena Kumari       Refresher       06-10-10 to   UGC Academic
        Lecturer in Sanskrit                       27-10-10      Staff College, OU
7.      Smt. V. Kalyani                            06-10-10 to   UGC Academic
        Lecturer in English        Refresher       27-10-10      Staff College, OU
                                                   01-12-10 to   UGC Academic
                                                   21-12-10      Staff College, OU
8.      Smt. Grace Sudhir          Refresher       06-10-10 to   UGC Academic
        Lecturer in English                        27-10-10      Staff College, OU
9.      Smt. L. Jyoti              Refresher       06-10-10 to   UGC Academic
        Lecturer in English                        27-10-10      Staff College, OU
10.     Smt. E. Nandini            Refresher       06-10-10 to   UGC Academic
        Lecturer in Public                         27-10-10      Staff College, OU
        Administration
11.     Smt. M. Vinodini Reddy     Refresher       06-10-10 to   UGC Academic
        Lecturer in Chemistry                      27-10-10      Staff College, OU
12.     Smt. M. Jyoti Reddy        Refresher       06-10-10 to   UGC Academic
        Lecturer in Chemistry                      27-10-10      Staff College, OU
13.     Smt. S. Anitha             Refresher       06-10-10 to   UGC Academic
        Lecturer in Zoology                        27-10-10      Staff College, OU
14.     Dr. G. H. Anuradha         Refresher       24-01-11 to   JNTU Academic
        Lecturer in Chemistry                      15-02-11      Staff College, Hyd.




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Evaluation process:

The Examination Branch conducts Semester Examinations of I, III and V semesters in
October / November of every year and II, IV and VI semesters in the months of
March/April. Backlog examinations for the outgoing students are conducted once in a
year. Practical examination is conducted annually by internal and external examiners,
selected from the Panel approved by the Boards of Studies of the respective departments.

The system of Internal assessment with a weightage of 20% marks per semester is
continued. Paper setting and valuation is done by external examiners selected from the
approved panel for the semester examinations. The results are completely processed by
the staff of the examination branch of the college. Absolute confidentiality is maintained
throughout the process of the examination. All the necessary arrangements for the smooth
conduct of examinations are made by the examination branch. External squad members
are recruited to maintain the objectivity in the process of examinations.

The results are processed using the FOXPRO software and presented for approval to the
Results Committee comprising Controller, Additional Controller of Examinations
Osmania University, Controller, Additional Controller of Examinations of the college,
Honorary Secretary, Director, Principal, Vice-Principal of the college and all the Heads
of the departments. Results are displayed after the Committees‟ approval on the college
notice board and also in the college website. Results were announced on 17-06-2010
within 30 days after the completion of the II ,IV and VI Semester exams and on 9-12-10
after the completion of I, III and V semester exams.

A Comparative Statement of Results is given below:




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                               Comparative Analysis of U.G. Results – 2009-2010

                              sem II
               2009 Apr                     2010 Apr
          No.                          No.
          Regd Passed %Pass            Regd Passed %Pass
  B.
  Com      192       141         73     195       139         71
  B. A      45        22         49      45        24         53
  B.
  Sc       323       218         67     243       115         47




                            sem IV
                 2009 Apr                     2010 Apr
         No.                          No.
         Regd Passed %Pass            Regd Passed %Pass
B.
Com       177       148        84      182       141         77
B. A       37        25        68       43        31         72
B.
Sc        359       194        54      294       179         61




                            sem VI
                2009 Apr                      2010 Apr
       No.                            No.
       Regd      Passed    %Pass      Regd    Passed     %Pass
B.
Com       170       161        95      153       143         93
B. A       68        57        84       34        31       91.2
B.
Sc        306       263        84      340       281        83




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                            Comparative Analysis of U.G. Results – 2009-2010


                         sem I
            2009 Oct          2010 Oct
       No.               No.
       Regd Passed %Pass Regd Passed %Pass
B.
Com     205     127        62      242     158       63
B. A     50      24        48       33      14       42
B.
Sc      272     110        40      324     153       44




                         sem III
              2009 Oct                    2010 Oct
       No.                         No.
       Regd   Passed %Pass         Regd   Passed %Pass
B.
Com     184     156         85      182     132       73
B. A     44      29         66       43      28       69
B.
Sc      297     165         56      226     128       57




                         sem V
              2009 Oct                    2010 Oct
       No.            2009         No.            2010
       Regd   Passed %Pass         Regd   Passed %Pass
B.
Com     169     121         72      176     151       87
B. A     35      25         71       42      28       68
B.
Sc      342     238         70      280     184       64




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Best Practices in Teaching Learning and Evaluation:

In case of deaf and dumb students special consideration is given in some subjects and
scribes are provided for otherwise abled children. Special care is taken by the science
departments to extend extra teaching and practical training facilities to students who miss
their regular classes while attending NCC camps and other sports activities. All the
departments maintain their departmental libraries and also lend the books to the needy
students throughout the year.

External squad members are recruited to maintain the objectivity in the conduct of
examination.

Remedial classes are conducted for the slow learners. Tutorials are arranged for the
benefit of the students in the departments of Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and
Computer Science. Coaching classes are conducted for all S.C., S.T., O.B.C, E.B.C and
Minority students throughout the year. Advanced learners are encouraged to pursue
professional courses, take up projects and encouraged to go beyond the syllabus.




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     Seminars and workshops organized during 2010-11

     Details of seminars and workshops organized by different departments are given
     below.

S.No      Name of the Dept         Name of Seminar/Workshop              Duration
                                   organized
1.        Sociology                Organized a Two day National          19th & 20th March,
                                   Seminar on “Social Construction of    2010
                                   Childhood in 21st century”
                                   sponsored by APSCHE, Govt. of
                                   A.P.
2.        Management Studies       Organized a fortnight long            15th September 2010
                                   workshop a Pranayama and              to 30th September
                                   Yogasanas for the Staff, Students     2010
                                   and people from the local area.
3.        Counseling Committee     Organized a two day workshop for      25th & 26th
                                   the Staff.                            Sep,2010
                                   Topic: “Student Counselling –
                                   Awareness and Guidance”
4.        Telugu                   Organized a One day Seminar for       29th Dec, 2010
                                   students on “News Reading &
                                   Anchoring in Telugu”
5.        IQAC                     1. Organized a one day workshop on    25th January,2011
                                        “ New Methodology for NAAC
                                        Re-accreditation”
                                   2. Organized a one day workshop on
                                        “ Choice-based Credit system”    5th February,2011

5.        Mathematics              1. Organized a one day workshop       29th January,2011
                                   for staff and students on “ Vedic
                                   Mathematics ”
                                   2. Organized a one day workshop “
                                   Computing with Mathematica”           17th February,2011

6.        English                  1. Organized a workshop and           8th February, 2011
                                   interactive session for the Staff
                                   members “ Role Play and
                                   Interpersonal Relationships”
                                   2. Organized a one day workshop
                                   for the students on “ Media &
                                   Theatre”                              1st March, 2011
7.        Chemistry                Organized two day workshop for PG     18th & 19th
                                   teachers                              February,2011




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Physical Facilities:

The Campus of the College is centrally located comprising 3.5 acres of land and 6
buildings. „Model classroom‟ has been established to make teaching –learning more
student-centric. An exclusive computer lab has been established for the Commerce
department.

Library:

There are 47,000 volumes in the Library. It is updated each year by purchasing new
books, periodicals and e-journals. The U G Library Reference and Magazine section can
accommodate around 100 students at a time. The M.B.A Library can accommodate 60
students.

The library has a wide collection of National and International Journals, books,
Newspapers, back volumes of periodicals and reference books. It also provides Digital
Library facility and a „Discussion Room‟. A Book Bank is also maintained for better
utilization of the library facilities.

ICT as learning Resource: Students have free access to Internet connection in the
departments, Library and all computer labs. Slots are created in the college time table to
facilitate the students to use the Internet for class work and for any other extra
information. Students are encouraged to do project work by using the ICT facility and
present seminars.

Other Facilities: The Consumer Co-operative society continues to be managed by the
Department of Commerce. Stationary and Consumer items are available in the store for
the benefit of resident and day Scholars and the Staff.

The college Gym is popular among staff and students.

The Health centre in the College provides basic facilities to the staff and students. It is
now equipped with new and useful equipments. Rs. 75,000 was spent for the health
center this year.




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                                       Section-D

                                     Future Plans


     Introduction of New Courses:

  It is proposed to introduce M.Sc -Analytical Chemistry, M.S.W and M.Sc - Nano
  Technology. It is also proposed to initiate certificate courses on Gemology, Front
  Office Management, Interior Designing, Event Management, Multimedia Course and
  Animation, International Taxation, Craft Courses, Library Science and a course in
  Physical Education.

     Publication:

   Departments of English, Physics, Sociology, and Commerce are planning to bring
  out text books for meeting the requirements of undergraduate students in Telugu and
  English Medium.
  It is proposed to publish a Research Journal and News letter.

     Infrastructural Facilities

  It is proposed to take up construction of a few class rooms to meet the growth and
  development needs of the institution. Some of the existing class rooms will be
  refurbished. Additional Staff rooms with work stations are proposed.
  Separate cubicles will be provided in the Library for serious learners.
  It is planned to lay track and Basket Ball Courts with movable polls for conducting
  sports events.




SIGNATURE                                                        SIGNATURE
COORDINATOR- IQAC                                                PRINCIPAL




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                                ANNEXURE- I

           Amount Spent on Technology Upgradation – 2010-11
S.No Description                                                       Amount
                                                                       Spent
1    Systems                                                           10,59,300
2    Printers                                                          1,14,700
3    False roof & Vinyl flooring                                       1,51,212
4    UPS                                                               1,22,200
5    Networking                                                         2,08,228
6    A/c‟s                                                             3,45,000
7    Tube lights                                                       75,200
8    LCD Projectors                                                    2,55,000
9    IQ Board, Lectern, Camera                                         2,48,785
10   Refurbishing A.V.Room                                             4,14,600
11   Computer Chairs & Tables                                          1,53,625
12   Electrical Cabling                                                72,118
13   Glassware & Chemicals                                             4,53,105
14   Solar energy hybrid pack                                          2,86,400
15   Equip the modern physics exp.                                     60,944
16   Law Of Malus exp.                                                 1,44,899
17   Laminar air flow, ElectrophoreticUnit, U.V. trasilluminator       1,02,690
18   BOD Incubator                                                     82,440
19   Microscope with camera, calorimeter                               95,720
     Water distillation plant
20   Software                                                          1,08,108
21   Book Racks, new Arrival Racks, revolving reference books stand,   1,90,075
     trolley, barcode scanner, spiral binding machine,
     Vacuum cleaner, Xerox machine, lamination machine




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