ANNUAL QUALITY ASSURANCE REPORT 2010-11 by keralaguest

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									 THE ANNUAL QUALITY ASSURANCE REPORT (AQAR)

OF THE INTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE CELL (IQAC)

       OF THE ACCREDITED INSTITUTION

                    2010-11

                   Submitted to:
                   THE DIRECTOR
               NATIONAL ASSESSMENT
          AND ACCREDITATION COUNCIL
                 Post Box No. 1075
                    Nagarbhavi
                BANGALORE-560072
      Phone : 080-23210261/62/63/64/65/71/81


                          By

                THE PRINCIPAL,
         M.E.S. COLLEGE OF COMMERCE
                 SIRSI-581402
            Phone: 08384-236298/233098
               E-mail : mesccsirsi@gmail.com
                 Website : www. mesccsirsi.org




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                               CONTENTS
COLLEGE EMBLEM                                               3
VISION STATEMENT                                             4
OUR MISSION                                                  5
OUR MOTTO                                                    6
GOALS AND OBJECTIVES                                        7–9
INTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE CELL                              10
TEACHING AND NON – TEACHING STAFF                          11 – 12
MANAGEMENT                                                 13 – 14
PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE                                        15 – 18
PART – A : PLAN OF ACTION FOR 2010-11 AND OUTCOME          19 – 24
PART – B : ACTIVITIES DURING 2010-11                       25 – 28
PART – C : PROPOSED PLAN OF ACTION FOR 2011-12             29 – 32
ANNEXURE –I          : DETAILS OF WORKSHOPS / SEMINARS /   33 – 36
                       COUNSELLING
ANNEXURE –II     : COMMUNITY SERVICES                      37 – 38
ANNEXURE – III   : ENHANCEMENT OF                            39
                       INFRASTRUCTURAL FACILITIES
ANNEXURE – IV :       PERFORMANCE IN SPORTS ACTIVITIES     40 – 41
ANNEXURE – V     :     STUDENT ACHIEVEMENTS AND            42 – 43
                       AWARDS
ANNEXURE – VI    :     IMPROVEMENT IN LIBRARY SERVICES     44 – 45
ANNEXURE – VII :       ACHIEVEMENT IN C.A. AND C.S.          46
                       COACHING
ANNEXURE – VIII : ACHIEVEMENT IN COUNSELLING FOR             47
                       D – MAT 2010 OF TATA DHAN ACADEMY
ANNEXURE – IX    : CAREER GUIDENCE AND PLACEMENT           48 – 50
                       CELL
ANNEXURE – X         : 1/29 (A) COY NCC                    51 – 52



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               COLLEGE EMBLEM




   M.E.S. College of Commerce opens the gates

of knowledge and wisdom to the students and takes

    them to the commercial world and makes

           them fit to lead a purposeful,

          successful and meaningful life.




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        VISION STATEMENT

Shaping the students with the educational

    inputs to meet the challenges of

        change in socio-economic

              environment




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         OUR MISSION

Continuous upgradation of knowledge,

       skill and human values

        of our teachers and

             students.




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                 OUR MOTTO

      Success of our institution lies in the

            success of our students.

Quality improvement is not an end but a means to

    excellence and it is a perennial process.




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                    GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
   To impart integrated Commerce Education covering various constituents of
    commerce including trade and aids to trade such as banking, insurance, transport
    and warehousing etc.


   To provide wholesome knowledge of industry, its establishment and management
    and to equip the students with necessary background knowledge to serve in
    banks, insurance and other commercial organizations on completion of degree.


   To organize programs and functions for dissemination of information on national
    and international events in industry and commerce, art, literature and culture.


   To assign project work to enable students to get field experience and to interact
    with people engaged in industry, business and commerce.


   To undertake marketing research and market survey on new and existing
    manufactured products and emerging services.


   To conduct exhibitions, trade fairs in matters of interests to industry, commerce,
    commercial and non-commercial art.


   To organize study tours to industrial and business establishments to enable the
    students to experience in reality what they learn in the portals of college and to
    interact with people.


   To emphasize to the student fraternity the importance of skill development
    through practical training and on-the-job training along with knowledge
    development.




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   To promote the awareness of entrepreneurship among students by organizing
    lectures, seminars and workshops and case studies.


   To conduct mock sales, press conference, investor’s conference and distributor’s
    conference to enhance communicative capabilities of the students.


   To conduct business quiz competitions pertaining to advertisements, logo,
    company name, products, prices etc.


   To contribute to the improvement of quality educational system by organizing
    seminars and conference and to throw light on current commerce, trade, business
    values and situations.


   To provide adequate opportunities to the teachers for improving qualification,
    communicative skills and teaching techniques.


   To recognise, introduce and adopt innovation and creativity in education
    particularly in courses offered, teaching and evaluation.


   To strive to inculcate in the student fraternity, a sense of belonging to the college
    and to make them proud of its heritage, standing and    attainments.


   To give necessary inputs to the students to excel in performance by arranging
    guidance sessions on answering questions in exams, time management and
    rehearsals to be made prior to examination.


   To offer to the students opportunities of participation in music, arts, literature
    theatre and other cultural programmes organised by the      university, Government,
    other colleges and institutions and to imbibe contemporary culture and ethics.




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   To involve the students and to delegate responsibility to them in organising the
    functions and programmes of the college so as to create in them a feeling of being
    important in the college and to make them useful to the society and nation.


   To motivate the students to participate in athletics, sports and games of all kinds
    and provide coaching on a regular basis to make them an outstanding sportsmen.


   To provide counselling and guidance to the student community in matters of
    admission, choice of subjects etc.
   To frame the policies and programmes for promoting national integration,
    patriotism, humanism among the students.


   To provide access to higher education to larger segments of population
    particularly disadvantaged people of economically and socially backward classes.


   To strive to make the degrees obtained useful to students in terms of employment
    opportunities and opportunities of self-employment.


   To impart computer education to all.




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          INTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE CELL
                                    2010-11


Chairperson                   :   Dr. R.G.Hegde M.Com. LL.B.(Spl.), F.C.S. Ph.D.
                                   Principal

Administration                :   1. Dr. R.G.Hegde M.Com. LL.B.(Spl.), F.C.S. Ph.D.
                                     Principal
                                  2. Shri P.T.Kadam M.L.I.S.
                                     Librarian
                                  3. Shri M.C.Palekar
                                     F.D.C.

Resource Development          :   1. Dr. B.V.Bhat M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.

Academic Auditing             :   Prof. Shripad Bhat M.Com.

Infrastructure Planning       :   1.  Shri. P.S.Hegde, Hepanalli
                                      Chairman, Sub-Committee of the College
                                   2. S.G.Hegde,Urtota
                                      Honorary Secretary,
                                    Modern Education Society

Exta –Curricular Activities   :   Shri H.N.Hegde, M.P.Ed.
                                                   Physical Culture Director

Career Counselling            : Prof. S.M.Hegde M.Com., M.Phil.

Public Relation               :   Prof. S.S.Baadgaonkar M.Com.

Nominee from Local Society : Shri S.G.Hegde
                                  Chartered Accountant, Sirsi

Coordinator                   : Dr. B.V.Bhat M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.




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             LIST OF TEACHING STAFF MEMBERS
                         2010 – 11

      REGULAR FACULTY

1.    Dr. R.G.Hegde M.Com., LL.B.(Spl.), F.C.S. Ph.D….. S.G.L., Dept. of Commerce

2.    Dr. B.V.Bhat     M.Sc., M.Phil, Ph.D. ….. S.G.L., Dept. of Stat & Maths.

3.    Prof. Shripad Bhat     M.Com…….. S.S.L., Dept. of Commerce

4.    Prof. S.S.Baadgaonkar      M.Com…… S.S.L., Dept. of Commerce

5.    Prof. S.M.Hegde M.Com., M.Phil….. S.S.L., Dept. of Commerce

6.    Dr. S.K.Hegde M.A., Ph.D……Dept. of Economics

7.    Smt.R.Selvi. M.A.,M.Phil

8.    Shri H.N.Hegde       B.A., M.P.Ed………P.C.I., Dept. of Physical Education

9.    Shri P.T.Kadam B.A., M.L.I.S……Librarian

      GUEST FACULTY

10.   Shri. H.T.Arware B.Com., LL.B…..Lect. in Business Laws and Indian Constitution

11.   Smt.Chetana Prasanna. M.A., …….Lect. in Kannada

12.   Shri Rajaneesh Sammasagikar       M.Com…..Lect. in Advt.

13.   Shri Sudheer Shanbhag M.C.A……..Lect. in Comp. Appln. in Bus.

14    Shri Harsha Prabhu ,Diploma in Comp.Sc & Engg., Lab. Instructor

15.   Miss Pratima Pai, B.Com., Lab. Instructor

16.   Smt. Savita Ravindranath    M.A………Lect. in English

17.   Shri. Pramatha Adiga     B.Com., L.L.M

18.   Miss Nagaveni Koppad B.E.(I.S)

19    Smt. Anwesha S.Naik M.B.A

20.   Shri Prakash S Momaya, M. B. A.

21.   Miss. Sindhu N. S. M. Com

22.   Miss. Harshita Kodkani, M. Com

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              LIST OF NON-TEACHING STAFF MEMBERS
                           2010 – 11


1.   Shri M.C.Palekar      B.A.,   F.D.C. and Office Suptd.

2.   Shri J.N.Deshbhandari    B.Com …. S.D.C.

3.   Smt.V.B.Baadkar       S.S.L.C. …. Senior Typing,   Typist

4.   Smt.V.G.Vaidya     S.S.L.C. ……Senior Typing,       C.C.T.

5.   Kiran S.Naik B.Com. Library Asst.

6.   Shri P.G.Murdeshwar     B.A…. Attender

7.   Shri B.K.Kandli…. Attender

8.   Shri D.T.Sarvade…….Peon

9.   Shri Santosh Gunaga…….Peon (Daily Wages)

10. Shri Dinesh Gowli……Peon (Daily Wages)
11. Shri Sanjiv Shetty……Security Guard (Daily Wages)
12. Shri C.C.Sankolli……Night Watchman (Daily Wages)
13. Smt. Nagamma Lamani……..Sweeper (Daily Wages)




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 DETAILS OF THE STANDING COMMITTEE OF MODERN EDUCATION

                            SOCIETY WHICH MANAGES

                  M.E.S.COLLEGE OF COMMERCE 2010 – 11
Sl.No.              Name & qualification                    Designation
  1.     Shri Shantaram Hegde, Shigehalli                    President
  2.     Shri S.M.Hegde, Manimane                         Vice President
  3.     Shri G.N.Hegde, Gadimane                         Vice President
  4.     Shri G.L.Hegde                                   Vice President
  5.     Shri L.A.Kasarkod                                Vice President
  6.     Shri G.M.Hegde, Mulkhand                         Vice President
  7.     Shri M.P.Hegde, Bappanalli                          Treasurer
  8.     Shri S.G.Hegde Urtota                          Hon.Gen.Secretary
  9.     Shri K.S.Shettar                               Hon.Joint Secretary
 10.     Dr. G.S.Bhat, Upponi                           Hon. Joint Secretary
 11.     CA Manjunath S. Shetty                         Hon.Joint Secretary
 12.     Shri G.G.Hegde, Kadekodi                       Hon.Joint Secretary
 13.     Shri G.M.Hegde, Gadikai                        Hon. Joint Secretary
 14.     Shri Bheemanna T. Naik                         Hon.Joint Secretary
 15.     Shri Vasudev Prabhu                            Hon. Joint Secretary
 16.     Shri Sudhir Bhat                               Hon. Joint Secretary
 17.     Shri G.V.Joshi, Kageri                         Hon. Joint Secretary
 18.     Shri M.R.Hegde                                 Hon. Joint Secretary
 19.     Shri M.N.Hegde, Sampekatte                     Hon.Joint Secretary
 20.     Shri G.N.Hegde, Muregar                        Hon.Joint Secretary
 21.     Shri A.P.Hegde, Janmane                        Hon.Joint Secretary
 22.     Dr. Ramesh Hegde                               Hon.Joint Secretary
 23.     Shri. D. G. Hegde, Abri                        Hon.Joint Secretary
 24.     Shri. Sadanand Bhat, Nidgod                    Hon.Joint Secretary
 25.     Dr.R.G.Hegde                               Principal & Ex-Officio Joint
                                                             Secretary

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   DETAILS OF SUB-COMMITTEE FOR M.E.S.COLLEGE OF COMMERCE,

                                      SIRSI

                                     2010 – 11

Sl.No.                       Name                        Designation
  1.     CA Manjunath S. Shetty                           Chairman
  2.     Shri G.R.Hegde, Sonda                            Member
  3.     Shri Sudhir Bhat                                 Member
  4.     Shri R.D.Hegde, Janmane                          Member
  5.     Shri V.S.Bhat, Masugutti                         Member
  6.     Dr. R.G.Hegde                              Principal & Ex-Officio
                                                        Joint Secretary




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                                Principal’s Message

       M.E.S. College of Commerce was established by the Modern Education Society,
Sirsi in 1972 with the objective of providing commerce education in an area suffering
from the acute shortage of such facilities at that time. With a meagre 58 students in the
year of inception in 1972-73, the College has grown to be a vibrant institution providing
quality education to 982 students in 2010-11. The research and professional qualifications
of the faculty members have enabled them to impart value added education to the
students. The remarkable increase in the students strength over the years bears ample
testimony to the innovation and creativity exhibited by the staff with the active support of
the Management.




       The College is successful and acknowledged as one of the leading colleges in
Uttar Kannada District. It is very familiar with the student community as an institution
imparting purposeful and meaningful education to the students. Student-friendly
qualitative teaching in the portals of the College has inspired the learners to enhance the
horizons of their knowledge.




       It has been imparting education leading to B.Com. degree of Karnatak University
and is also offering learning opportunity in “Business Mathematics” and vocational
subjects   of   “Advertising,    Sales     Promotion     and   Sales   Management”      and
“Entrepreneurship Development” at the degree level. It has also been accredited by the
Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, New Delhi to conduct coaching classes for
C.A. CPT Examination. The College provides intensive coaching to C.A.-CPT and and
C.S. Foundation Course students. This institution has linkages with Forum of Free
Enterprises, Mumbai, Tata Dhan Academy, Madurai, ICFAI National College, Hubli,
Vidya Poshak, Dharwad, Deshpande Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship, Hubli and
Nisarga Trust, Sirsi.



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        The excellent performance of the students can be gauged by the higher pass
percentage in B.Com degree, C.A.-CPT and and C. S. Foundation examinations and
several ranks to the University and all India ranks in C.A.-CPT Examinations.
Workshops on Personality Development, Communication Skills, Interview Techniques,
Career Guidance etc., are organized on regular basis. BPO training culminated in the
selection of many students as Process Executives and Internship Trainees by Infosys BPO
Ltd., Bangalore. The College has an excellent track record of outstanding achievement
in cultural activities, sports and social service arenas.




        Learner centric training programmes in soft skills, personality development,
HRD, BPO and entrepreneurial achievement motivation have enhanced the skills
required for the students to improve their employability. The glorious history of our
College is marked by 15 University Rank-holders and 34 University Blues.




        The Library, with a collection of over 28,000 volumes, is a warehouse of
knowledge where the knowledge-seekers have access to a variety of diversified and
useful reference materials. Adequate newspapers and journals on business, commerce,
accountancy, management, secretarial practice, statistics, economics, computer
applications in business, sports, and social issues in the Reading Room welcome the
students to keep their knowledge of current affairs up-to-date.




        We have excellent infrastructure with sufficiently furnished Office, Staff Room,
Class Rooms, Seminar Hall, 800 seating capacity Multipurpose Silver Jubilee Auditorium
cum Gents’ Common Room, independent Canteen Building, Ladies Common Room,
Vehicle Parking Lots, Playground, 109 capacity Shalmala Women’s                  Hostel,
Gymnasium, NCC Room and NSS Room all situated on 7 Acre Plot with well laid out
approach roads.


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        Two Computer Labs with a total of 50 computers cater to the requirements of
practicals of students of Computer Applications in Business. One Computer Lab houses
the UGC Network Resource Centre with LAN and Broadband Connectivity to 20
computers. Short-term computer courses are also imparted to needy students from time to
time.




        The College is second to none in the District in terms of performance in sports
and games and cultural programmes and events. During the current year our cultural team
bagged Karnatak University Youth Festival Zonal Championship. Our students excelled
in Debate and Elocution competitions and bagged several prizes.




        In 2009-10, the College joined hands with Deshpande Centre for Social
Entrepreneurship, Hubli in promoting their Leaders Accelerating Development
Programme (LEAD Programme) among the students. The programme aims at developing
leadership qualities among the students by identifying, planning and implementing social
service projects. In the very second year of operation namely 2010 – 2011, the students
executed 45 socio – entrepreneurial projects. The projects include construction of Foot
Bridge in Chipgi village for the convenience of people who pass by it at a cost of Rs.
40,000/- with the financial assistance from Gram Panchayat and donation from
philanthropic public. Free health checkup cum free medicine distribution camps were
held at Nanikatta and Banavasi for the needy poor. Further, six Cataract operations were
arranged for the village poor in reputed Sirsi hospitals. Blood Grouping and Donation
Camps, Arts and Craft Training to College Students, Computer Literacy programmes for
Primary School Children, Rain Water Harvesting programmes were also arranged. Five
projects were awarded the Best Project Awards and the College was awarded Yuva
Summit Award 2011 at LEAD MELA Hubli.




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           The success of our College rests on the outstanding contribution of our staff
dedicated to deliver qualitative education. The composition of our teaching fraternity
comprises of 3 Ph.Ds and 2 M.Phils besides other academic and professional
qualifications. They always lend a helping hand to the students in overcoming their
educational problems. Personal counseling is regularly undertaken by our teachers to
understand the personal problems of the students and to find the ways and means to solve
them. The non-teaching staff have always played a great supportive role in all these
efforts.




           The college was accredited by NAAC with B+ Grade in May 2004, and has
already submitted Re – Accreditation Report (RAR) in May 2011.




           Simply and humbly we dedicate ourselves to serve our stakeholders who have
reposed their confidence in our alma mater.




                                                          Dr. R.G.Hegde
                                                             Principal
                                                M.E.S.College of Commerce,SIRSI




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                                           PART – A
                     PLAN OF ACTION FOR 2010-11 AND OUTCOME

     The plan of action was chalked out by IQAC in the beginning of the year towards
 quality enhancement and outcome achieved at the end of the year.
1.     Common Proficiency Test (C.P.T), Professional Competence Course (P.C.C) and
       Career Oriented Programme (C.O.P) coaching classes to be continued.
       Continued. 10 students are studying in C.P.T


2.     Continuation of the existing linkage with ICAI, ICSI, Tata-Dhan Academy, Vidya
       Poshak     and Forum of Free Enterprises, CLHRD, Mangalore and explore the
       possibilities of linkage with other academic bodies/persons including Tally academy.
                Existing linkages with ICAI, ICSI, Tata – Dhan Academy and Forum of Free
       Enterprises were continued. One Day Workshop for B. Com final Year Students was conducted
       on “Developing a Successful Career – Tips for G. D., Facing the interview and Written Test”
       in Association with AIMSR & KUCCTA, Dharwad. In addition, linkage with Nisarga Trust Sirsi
       for conducting Yoga, memory improvement & concentration programme were established.
                College joined hands with Deshpande Centre for Social Entrepreneurship, Hubli in
       promoting LEAD Programme among the students. The students executed 45 Social
       Entrepreneurial projects .See Annexure II.


3.     Counseling for CS Foundation course.
            Conducted counseling and need based coaching classes conducted


4.     Explore the possibility of starting B.C.A Course of K.U.D.
             Affiliation for starting B.C.A Course has been obtained from K.U.D... However,
       we shall commence the course in due course of time.


5.     Inter disciplinary programmes:
               Training on computer and internet by teachers of Dept. of Computer
                Applications in Business to other teachers.
       Conducted.

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6.   Presentation of innovations in curriculum design to appropriate forum through members
     of BOS of our college should be pursued rigorously.
     There is no BOS member from our college to K.U.D. for 2010 – 2011. However,
     presentation is made to appropriate body.


7.   Organizing workshop/seminar/panel discussion on :
             Orientation programme for staff and management members..
             Extension lectures.
      To be conducted.


8.   Organizing workshop/seminar/special lectures on :
             Induction programs.
             Value education for students.
             Systematic study.
     Conducted.
9.   Promoting Research /Publication activity by the teaching staff.
     Activities conducted on limited basis.
            To motivate the students to undertake at least 10 projects under lead programme
             of DCSE.
             Undertaken See Annexure II.
            To undertake survey of P.U.C. pass students going for higher education.
               Yet to be undertaken
            To provide guidance for M.B.A students of various Universities for their project
             work.
                Dr.R.G.Hegde, Dr.B.V.Bhat ,Dr.S.K.Hegde & Prof. S.M.Hegde have guided for
             M.B.A. students of various Universities for their project work.
            To conduct Socio- Economic Survey of Bhairumbe area.
             Yet to be conducted.
            To encourage staff members to publish / present research papers.
             Dr. S. K. Hegde has presented 4 Research Papers whereas Mrs. R. Selvi
             presented 3 Research Papers at National / International Seminars.

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10. Expansion of Library facilities/services in the manner indicated below:
            Scanning of past question papers and to make them available to students
             Yet to be done.
            Book Exhibition
             Arranged.
            Further, Elocution Competition and Essay Competitions were conducted.
            Additional Books of their choice were issued to advanced learners.


11. Teachers’ evaluation by students and ATR thereon
      Conducted, analysed and outcome intimated to all concerned teachers.


12. Workshop for teaching and non-teaching staff on service matters.
       Yet to be conducted.


13. Financial aid to poor and needy students to be provided.
       Provided. Teaching staff contributed to needy students generously.

14. Physical and Cultural activities :
            YOGA classes for boys and girls to be conducted.
             Conducted.
            YOGA Club to be formed.
             Yet to be formed.
            Training Camp for one week for rural area players.
             Yet to be arranged.
            Incentives to outstanding sports persons to be given.
             Incentives provided.




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15. Activities of Career Guidance Cell:
               Career counseling programme on Higher Education and Career Opportunities in
                Commerce to be organized.
                Organized.
               Arranging practical training for students in local financial/commercial
                institutions.
                Arranged.
               Displaying the employment advertisement regularly in NBs.
                Displayed.
               Organizing Commerce/Business exhibition.
                Organized.
               Civil service examination guidance.
                Provided.
               Career guidance cell to be strengthened and campus interview to be arranged.
                Strengthened and campus interview arranged.
               Arranging extension programmes for creating awareness about various career
                opportunities including E.D.P.
                Arranged.
               Arranging campus interview programme by at least three companies.
                Infosys BPO selected 45 students from our college for the year 2010 – 11.


16. Workshop on personality development and entrepreneurship for students to motivate to
     become entrepreneurs.
     Conducted.


17. Innovative programme :
     Allowing repeaters to attend classes pending declaration of supplementary examination
     results.
     Allowed.




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18. Health Services:
             Short term Yoga practical classes are to be conducted for the benefit of students.
      Conducted.
             Lectures on ladies related health problems to be organized by inviting experts.
      Yet to be arranged.
             Besides these, general health checkup for all the students conducted and blood
              group identification provided.
              At NSS special camp at Koppaltota, Sonda Village a lecture on “Bio – Science
              and Aim of Life” is arranged.
      
19. Healthy Practices:
              Identification of Advanced Learners and providing more facilities to them.
               Identified and provided more books of their choice.
              Remedial courses for weaker students including SC/ST and Bridge courses for
               failed students and non commerce students.
                Conducted.
              Special recognition of students and staff for their outstanding achievements and
               contributions and issue of certificate by the Principal for carrying out various
               activities by the teachers.
               Yet to be issued.
              Organizing Blood donation camp and Aids Awareness programmes with the
               help of NCC and NSS and also creating awareness on H1N1, Chicken Gunya
               and Dengue fever.
               Arranged.
              To hold a two day Eco awareness programme for NCC cadets.
               Yet to be held.
              Appointment of Student’s Welfare Officer.
               Appointed and approval awaited from Govt. authority.
              Computerized attendance and regular display of the attendance report.
                Arranged.


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             “Class Guide and Mentor system” shall be evolved whereby each teacher is
              assigned with about 25 students. The teachers look after the academic
              programme of the student and also give them educational – cum – personal
              guidance. They have meetings with their wards once in two months.
              Arranged.
             PM test results are to be intimated parents regularly.
              Yet to be intimated though results are shown during parents’ meet.


20. Enhancement of Infrastructure facilities :
             LCD to be purchased.
                Purchased.
             Sound system to be provided to Silver Jubilee Auditorium.
               Yet to be provided.
             Fixing ceiling fans in all class rooms
               Ceiling fans for all the class rooms provided.
             Intercom facility to staff room.
               Yet to be provided.


21. To continue to run Programme Extension Centre of the College for Leadership
     and Human Resource Development (CLHRD), Mangalore to offer Certificate Course in
     Human Resource Learning and Development.
             Yet to be continued.


22. Commence coaching and counselling for Common Admission Test (CAT).
         Explored.




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                                       PART – B
                       ACTIVITIES DURING 2010-11
1. Activities reflecting the goals and objectives of the institution:
    All the activities were conducted keeping in mind the goals and objectives of the
    institution.
2. New academic programmes initiated (UG and PG):
    Measures taken to start B.C.A course.
3. Innovations in circular design and transaction
    Curriculum is designed by Karnatak University Dharwad.
4. Inter-disciplinary programmes started :
    Training on computer and internet by teachers of Dept. of Computer Applications
    to other teachers conducted.
5. Examination reforms implemented :
    Examination reforms are implemented as per KUD guidelines.
6. Candidates qualified: NET/ SLET/ GATE etc.
7. Initiative towards faculty development programmes:
    Staffs have been deputed for orientation / refresher courses / presenting papers /
    seminars, etc...
8. Total number of seminars/workshops conducted:
    The workshops / seminars / counseling were conducted regularly for the students.
9. Research projects        a) Newly implemented : ---
                            b) Completed: ---
10. Patents generated, if any : ----
11. New collaborative research programmes :----
12. Research grants received from various agencies: ---
13. Details of research scholars :
    Two of our teachers have registered for Ph.D. programme.
14. Citation index of faculty members and impact factor: -----
15. Honors / Awards to the faculty :




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16. Internal resources generated:
    i. C.A – C.P.T         …..            …..        ……      Rs.     20,000=00
    ii Vocational Subject of Advt. Sales Prom. & Sales Mngt. Rs.     21,500=00
                                                               ============
                                                      Total   Rs. 41,500=00
                                                               ---------------------
17. Details of departments getting SAP, COSIST/DST. FIST, etc
   assistance /recognition -------
18. Community services: See Annexure II.
19. Teachers and officers newly recruited: 16 Teachers (Temporary)
20. Teaching-Non-teaching staff ratio: 8:8 (based on permanent staff)
21. Improvements in the library services : See Annexure VI
22. New books/ journals subscribed and their value: Books : 2753 Rs. 2,84,557/-
23. Courses in which student assessment of teachers is introduced and action taken on
   student feedback:
   Teachers’ evaluation is carried out for all the classes and for all the subjects.
   Results were analyzed and intimated to the concerned teachers, advised to make
   introspections and to overcome the limitations if any.
24. Unit cost of education=
                 (Salary + Office maintenance + Union & Gymkhana Expenses)
                                            (No. of students)
                           = 9581.24
25. Computerization of administration and the process of admission and examination
   results, issue of certificates :
   Office administration has been partially computerized.
26. Increase in the infrastructural facilities : See Annexure III
27. Technology up-gradation: ----
28. Computer and internet access and training to teachers and students.
   Computer and internet access and training to teachers and students have been
   provided
29. Financial aid to students:
   Proper financial aid to poor and needy students is provided from Student Aid
Fund .Arranged financial assistance from philanthropists.

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30. Activities and support from the Alumni Association:
          i. Helped in introducing and running professional courses such as C.A –
             C.P.T., C. S. Foundation, etc…
          ii. Associated actively in conducting seminars/workshops.
1. Activities and support from the Parent- Teacher Association :
   Supported in maintaining discipline in the campus. Suggestion from parents were
obtained in Parent Teacher Meet.
2. Health services :
   i. General health checkup for all students were under taken in collaboration
          with IMA. Sirsi.
   ii. Personal counseling for students was conducted.
   iii. Short term yoga classes for boys and girls conducted.
3. Performance in the sports activities:
   Refer Annexure IV.
4. Incentives to outstanding sportspersons:
   Rs.500/- to each University Blues along with a Cup is given.
5. Student achievements and awards:
   Given in Annexure V.
6. Activities of the guidance and counseling unit:
   See Annexure VIII and IX.
7. Placement services provided to students:
   See Annexure IX
8. Development programmes for non-teaching staff : ----
9. Best practices of the institution.
   i.        Identification of Advanced Learners and providing extra facilities to them.
   ii.       Remedial Courses for weaker students including SC/ST for few subjects.
   iii.       Special recognition of students and staff for their outstanding
             achievements and contributions.
   iv.       Organising Blood donation camp programme with the help of NCC and
             NSS wing.
   v.        Appointment of student’s welfare officer

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   vi.       Computerisation of attendance and regular display of the attendance
             report.
   vii.      “Class Guide and Mentor System” is evolved where – by each teacher is
             assigned with about 25 students of B. Com 1st semester.
   viii.     Broadband internet Facility for students at nominal rates.
   ix.       Paying industrial visits to acquaint with the application of theoretical
             knowledge into practice for vocational students.
   x.        Encouragement and support to students for participating in events such as
             Parliament of Indian Student Counsellor, Tata – Jagriti Yatra, etc…
10. Linkages developed with national / International, academic / research bodies.
   i. ICAI     ii. ICSI iii. TATA-DHAN iv. Forum of Free Enterprises,
   v. CLHRD,Mangalore, vi. Vidya Poshak,Dharwad, vii. Infosys Leadership
   Institute, Mysore. viii. Nisarga Trust, Sirsi ix. IDEA, Sirsi. x. Deshpande Center
   for Social Entrepreneurship, Hubli.
11. Any other relevant information the institution wishes to add:
   (From the time of last IQAC Report upto date which were not covered either in
   Part A or Part B of AQAR.
                                           2010 – 11
        1   Total number of candidates appeared                             327
        2   Total number of students passed                                 272
        3   First Class with Distinction                                    163
        4   First Class                                                      64
        5   Second Class                                                     12
        6   Pass Class                                                       23
        7   Fail                                                             65
        8   Percentage of passing                                         83.18%


              Highest Scorers:
   1) Miss. Rashmi Dattatray Nayak                  3253/3600     … 90.36%
   2) Miss. Swati Ramachandra Hegde                 3237/3600     … 89.91%
   3) Miss. Maître Ganapati Bhat                    3226/3600     … 89.61%

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                                      PART – C
                    PROPOSED PLAN OF ACTION FOR 2011-12

1.   Common Proficiency Test (C.P.T), Integrated Professional Competence Course
     (I.P.C.C) and C. S. Foundation classes to be conducted.
2.   Continuation of the existing linkage with ICAI, ICSI, Tata-Dhan Academy, ICFAI,
     Hubli, Vidya Poshak, Forum of Free Enterprises, CLHRD, Mangalore and
     Deshapande Centre for Social Entrepreneurship (DCSE).
3.   Counseling for CS Foundation course by visiting nearby P. U. Colleges in Sirsi
     Taluk.
4.   Explore the possibility of starting M.Com course of K.U.D.
5.   Inter disciplinary programmes:
     Training on computer and internet by teachers of Dept. of Computer Application in
     Business to other teachers.
6.   Presentation of innovations in curriculum design to appropriate forum.
7.   Organizing workshop/seminar/panel discussion on :
             Orientation programme for students, staff and management members.
             Organizing Endowment lecture.
     Extension lectures.
8.   Organizing workshop/seminar/special lectures for students on :
             Induction programs.
             Value education for students
             Systematic study.
             Memory power techniques
9.   Promoting Research /Publication activity by the teaching staff.
             To motivate the students to undertake at least 10 projects under lead
              programme of DCSE.
             To undertake survey of P.U.C. pass students going for higher education.
             To provide guidance for M.B.A students of various Universities for their
              project work.
             To conduct Socio- Economic Survey of some selected places of Sirsi Taluq.


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10. Expansion of Library facilities/services in the manner indicated below:
               Scanning of past question papers and to make them available to students.
               Book Exhibition
               Keep the library open one hour prior to college opening time.
11. Teachers’ evaluation by students and ATR thereon.
12. Workshop for teaching and non-teaching staff on service matters.
13. Financial aid to poor and needy students to be provided with the help of philanthropic
      public.
14. Physical and Cultural activities :
               YOGA classes for boys and girls to be conducted.
               YOGA Club to be formed.
               Training Camp for one week for rural area players.
               Incentives to outstanding sports persons to be given.
15. Activities of Career Guidance Cell:
               Career counselling programme on Higher Education and Career Opportunities
                in Commerce to be organized.
               Arranging practical training for students in local financial/commercial
                institutions.
               Displaying the employment advertisement regularly in NBs.
               Organizing Commerce/Business exhibition.
               Civil service examination guidance.
               Career guidance cell to be strengthened and campus interview to be arranged.
               Arranging extension programmes for creating awareness about various career
                opportunities including E.D.P.
               Arranging campus interview programme by at least three companies.
               Bank Recruitment Training
               Profiling Program for Final Year Students
16.    Workshop on personality development and entrepreneurship for students to motivate
       them to be Job Givers and not Job Seekers.




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17.   Innovative programme :
      Allowing repeaters to attend classes pending declaration of supplementary
      examination results.
18.   Health Services:
              Short term Yoga practical classes are to be conducted for the benefit of
               students.
              Lectures on ladies related health problems to be organized by inviting experts.
19.   Healthy Practices :
                Identification of Advanced Learners and providing more facilities to them.
.               Remedial Courses for weaker students including SC/ST and bridge courses
                 for failed students and non commerce students.
                Special recognition of students and staff for their outstanding achievements
                 and contributions and issue of certificate by the Principal for carrying out
                 various activities by the teachers.
                Organizing Blood donation camp and Aids Awareness programmes with the
                 help of NCC and NSS and also creating awareness on H1N1, Chicken
                 Gunya and Dengue fever and also creating awareness on the eradication of
                 usage of plastic bags.
                To create awareness among the students about harmful effects of tobacco
                 and drug addiction through NCC cadets.
                Appointment of Student’s Welfare Officer.
                Computerized attendance and regular display of the attendance report.
                “Class Guide and Mentor system” shall be evolved whereby each teacher is
                 assigned with about 25 students. The teachers look after the academic
                 programme of the student and also give them educational – cum – personal
                 guidance. They have meetings with their wards once a month. PM test
                 results are to be intimated parents regularly.
                Strengthen LEAD projects by involving more number of students.
                Creating awareness about Tata Jagriti Yatra and other national and
                 international events for students.


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               Office automation and library computerization to be expedited.
               To create awareness among students regarding anti – tobacco, drugs, etc…
                by NCC Cadets.
20.      Enhancement of Infrastructure facilities :
               LCD to be purchased.
               Sound system to be provided to Silver Jubilee Auditorium.
               Intercom facility to staff room.
               To install CCTV.
21.      To continue to run Programme Extension Centre of the College for Leadership
         and Human Resource Development (CLHRD), Mangalore to offer Certificate
         Course in Human Resource Learning and Development.




       Dr. B.V. Bhat                                                   Dr.R.G.Hegde
 Name and Signature of                                             Name and Signature of
      Coordinator, IQAC                                             Chairperson, IQAC




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                           Annexure – I
       DETAILS OF WORKSHOPS / SEMINARS / COUNSELLING 2010 – 11

Dr R G Hegde- Department of Commerce & Accountancy.
       Attended a day’s Workshop on the topic “Salary and Other Service matters” at JSS
        College, Dharwad on 28th February 2011 Convened by the Joint Director,
        Collegiate Education, Dharwad.
       Attended one day Workshop of the Principal’s and NAAC co-ordinators at RPD
        College, Belgaum on 30th April 2011, convened by the Joint Director, Collegiate
        Education, Dharwad.


Dr B V Bhat -Department of Stat & Maths.
       Attended a day’s Workshop on the topic “Salary and Other Service matters” at JSS
        College, Dharwad on 28th February 2011 Convened by the Joint Director,
        Collegiate Education, Dharwad.
       Attended one day Workshop of the Principal’s and NAAC co-ordinators at RPD
        College, Belgaum on 30th April 2011, convened by the Joint Director, Collegiate
        Education, Dharwad.


Prof. H N Hegde, Physical Culture Director- Department of Physical Education.
       Attended one day international conference on talent identification and
        development in physical education sports, hosted by Saint Mary’s Syrian College,
        Brahmavar, on 29th and 30th January 2011


Prof. Shreepad. R. Bhat – Department of Commerce & Accountancy.
          Delivered invited talk for one day seminar on “Reforms in Higher Education –
           Challenges and Strategies” held at Govt. First Grade College, Yellapur on
           March 6th 2010.
          Attended one day Workshop of the Principal’s and NAAC co-ordinators at RPD
           College, Belgaum on 30th April 2011, convened by the Joint Director,
           Collegiate Education, Dharwad.


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Prof. Satish S. Baadgoankar – Department of Commerce & Accountancy.
          Attended one day Workshop of the Principal’s and NAAC co-ordinators at RPD
           College, Belgaum on 30th April 2011, convened by the Joint Director,
           Collegiate Education, Dharwad.


Prof. Satish. M. Hegde – Department of Commerce & Accountancy.
      Attended two days training programme “Jnan Teachers” conducted by KUCCTA
       in Association with AIMSR Dharwad.
      Participated as resource person for “Jnan Students” one day training program for
       students at Divekar College of Commerce, Karwar.
      Acted as resource person for 10 days training programme for Karnataka Souharda
       Co – operative affiliated co – operative bank’s Chief Executives and officers.


Dr S. K. Hegde- Department of Economics.
      Presented a paper on “Entrepreneurial Problems of Granite Industry – A Case
       Study” in the UGC sponsored National Seminar organized by SUM Arts, Science
       & Commerce College, Ilkal, on 22nd and 23rd November, 2010.
      Presented a paper on “Problems and Prospects of Labour in Karnataka: With
       Special Reference to MGNREGA – A Case Study” in the annual international
       conference of the Indian Society of Labour Economics organized by the
       Department of Economics, Karnataka University, Dharwad, during December 17
       to 19, 2010.
      Presented a paper on “Foreign Direct investment and Economic Growth, An
       Indian Experience” in the National Seminar organized by the Departmant of
       Economics Bharathidasan University, Tiruchinappalli, on 27th and 28th January,
       2011.
      Presented a paper on “Agricultural Price Policy, Cost Return and Food Security in
       India – A Case Study of Rice and Wheat” in the International Conference held on
       25th and 26th March, 2011 at the Institute of Development Studies, University of
       Mysore.



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Mrs. R. Selvi – Department of Economics.
      Participated in a Seminar in the Annual International Conference of the Indian
       Society of Labour Economics organized by the Department of Economics,
       Karnataka University, Dharwad, during December 17 to 19, 2011.
      Presented a paper on “Foreign Direct Investment and Economic Growth, An
       Indian Experience” in the National Seminar organized by the Departmant of
       Economics Bharathidasan University, Tiruchinappalli, on 27th and 28th January,
       2011.
      Presented a paper on “Agricultural Price Policy, Cost Return and Food Security in
       India – A Case Study of Rice and Wheat” in the International Conference held on
       25th and 26th March, 2011 at the Institute of Development Studies, University of
       Mysore.


Shri P T Kadam – Department of Library Science.
      Attended a three day National Conference on “Indian Acadamic Libraries 2020”
       held on 12th to 14th August 2010 organised by Shri. Siddaganga Arts, Science and
       Commerce College for Women, Tumkur.
      Attended one day training programme for Librarians, Govt and aided colleges,
       organised by K.L.E. Society’s S. K. Arts College and H. S. K Science Institute,
       Hubli in association with Karnatak University College Librarian Association,
       Hubli on 11th October 2010.
      Attended a Natioanl Workshop on “Scientometrics” under UGC / SAP organized
       by Dept of Library and Informational Science, Karnatak University, Dharwad on
       25th to 27th October 2010.
      Attended a Conference on “Infrastructure for Scolarship Content (N – List) User
       Awareness Programme” on 10th November 2010 organised by Prof. S. S.
       Basavanal Library, Dept of Library and Informational Science, Karnatak
       University, Dharwad.
      Attended one day workshop on “E – Information Sources for College Libraries”
       Organised by K.L.E.Society’s SCP Arts and D.D.S. Commerce College



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    Mahalingapur and J.S.S. STC Arts and Commerce College Banhatti.
   Attended one regional Seminar on “Acadamic Quality of Library Profession”
    organized by Karnataka State College Librarian Association, Bangalore and
    Karnatak University College Librarian Association, Hubli on 14th February 2011.
   Attended one day Seminar on “User Education and User Studies” organized by
    Dept of Library and Informational Science, Karnatak University, Dharwad, on 7th
    March 2011.




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                                        Annexure-II

                               COMMUNITY SERVICES

       NSS special camp was held from 25-03-11 to 31-03-11 at Koppaltota, Sonda
Village and the following activities were carried out at the camp for villagers and
Volunteers.


          Health and Physical Education – by Prof.H.N.Hegde, & Prof.G.T.Bhat
          Horticultural Crops & The different Governmental Schemes – by
           Dr.Ramchandra Madival ,Sr. Asst. Director , Horticultural Department
          Bio-Science & Aim of Life – by Dr.Sambamurthy & Dr.Savitri Sambamurthy
          Self Introspection – by Prof. S.M.Hegde
          Eco Friendly Tourism – by Dr.S.K.Hegde
          Youth & Media – by Prof.Shripad Bhat & Shri Rajeev Ajjibal
          Time-Relationship-Conflict Management – by Dr.S.I.Bhat
          Biodiversity – Power Point Presentation and Interaction by Sri Shivanand
           Hegde, Kalve.


       To help the needy, a good number of students of our college have donated their
blood to save the lives of many patients. The blood was collected in the local T.S.S.
Hospital Blood Bank and Govt Hospital,Sirsi.


       The Principal himself, who has a rare – Blood Group, A (negative) donates blood
at the T. S. S. Blood Bank at Sirsi whenever the need arose.



       LEAD is an initiative of Deshpande Centre for Social Entrepreneurship, Hubli.
LEAD works with college students to bring out their creative and innovative ideas as
solution for extant local problems, in turn developing their leadership skills. In 2009-10,
the college joined this initiative and students of the college have carried out a large
number of social projects benefitting the community.


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       In 2010-11, 45 community development projects, involving 130 students were
carried out. The projects include construction of foot bridge in Chipgi village, Rural
Health Check Up Camps at Nanikatta and Banavasi, Blood Grouping and Donation
Camps, Art and craft Training to college students, Computer Literacy Programmes for
Primary School students, Rain water harvesting etc. Five projects have been awarded
with Best Projects in the Annual LEAD MELA at Hubli.




       Student Internet Awareness Programme for high school students under the joint
auspicious of the College with Department of public instruction, Government of
Karnataka was conducted on 03-11-2010 to 5-11-2010.




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                               Annexure – III

ENHANCEMENT IN THE INFRASTRUCTURE FACILITIES
                          DURING 2010-11
Sl.                                             AMOUNT
No.                        PARTICULARS            (Rs.)
 1    Computers                                   40,750/-
 2    Furniture’s & Fittings                     1,60,205/-
3     Xerox machine & LCD projector              1,80,700/-
4     UGC Books                                   77,609/-
5     Library Books and Furniture                 45,510/-




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                                     Annexure – IV
    PERFORMANCE IN SPORTS ACTIVITIES DURING 2010-11


       The entire Gymkhana activities of our college where conducted under the
direction of our Physical & Cultural Director Shri. H.N.Hegde
1) Table Tennis- KUD III Zone Table Tennis Tournament was held on 22nd & 23rd
   Feb,2011 at Divekar College of Commerce, Karwar. Mr. Mohammed Hussain Shah
   of IV Sem, Mr.Vinayak G.Bhat of VI Sem,Mr.Mahesh Hegde                      IV Sem,
   Mr.Raghavendra Hegde VI Sem participated in the event and adjudged on the Winner
   Team.

           The same team also participated in the KUD Inter-Zonal Table Tennis
   Tournament on 18th, 19th & 20th Mar, 2011 at Ugar Khud College, Belgaum and has
   bagged Runners up prize.

2) Athletics – The selection trials of the college Athletics was held on 9th & 10th Sept,
   2010.

           Our Athletics have participated in the 60th Athletic meet held at BLDE’s
   A.S.Patil Commerce College,Bijapur from 28th Oct,2010 to 31st Oct,2010.

      Mr. Numan Moodi -       1st in Disc Throw, 1st in Shot-put

      Mr.Aditya N.Hegde - 1st in Hammer Throw, 2nd in Disc-Throw

      Mr.Aditya Hegde has bagged 2nd place in 26th Junior Athletic meet on 4th to 7th
      Nov, 2010 at Mudabidre.

3) Volley Ball (WOMEN): KUD Single Zone ladies volley ball event was held at from
   2nd to 4th Sept, 2011 at S.D.M. Arts & Commerce College, Honnavar.

       Our college ladies team has won Runners up prize.

       Miss.Pratibha R was adjudged as the best player.



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       Miss.Pratibha R.of VI Sem and Miss Nayana Bhat of I Sem were declared on
University Blues. They have participated in the Inter-University Tournament at National
University of Physical Education at Gwalior, MP from 11-11-2010 to 15-11-2010.

       Mr.Akhil Gangolli of VI Sem, has participated in the KUD Inter University
Volley Ball Tournament from 22-01-2011 to 26-01-2011 at Kuvempu University,
Shimoga.

4) Chess: Our college players have participated in the KUD Single Zone Chess
   Tournament at M.M.Arts & Science College, Sirsi from 19th to 21st Apr.2010.

           The team has secured 3rd place in chess.

5) Yoga: Yogasana shibira was held from 21-02-2011 to 28-02-2011 for ladies.

              Dr. Manjunath Hegde has conducted the shibira.




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                                             Annexure V
                           STUDENTS ACHIEVEMENTS AND AWARDS
                                           UNIFEST-2010
                                          ACHIEVEMENTS
      Our college has lifted General Champion Trophy in Karnatak University Zonal Unifest-
      2010 – 11 by winning nine first prizes and six second prizes in the total of 25 events, held
            at M. M. Arts and Science College, Sirsi on 12th and 13th , November, 2010.
                                       OUR ACHIEVEMENTS
S.no Item                                   Name of the Student                  SEM         PRIZE
I    MUSIC
     Classical Vocal Solo
a.                                          Kumari. Akshata G. Hegde             B.Com I     II
     ( Hindustani or Karnataka)
     Classical Instrumental Solo
b.                                          Kumari. Shweta Kanetkar              B.Com V III
     (Percussion)
     Classical Instrumental
c.                                          Kumari. Akshata G. Hegde             B.Com I     II
     Solo (Non – Percussion)
d.   Light Vocal(Indian) (Solo)             Kumari. Radhika T. Hegde             B.Com I III
e.   Group song ( Indian)                   Kumari. Mamata Bhat & Group                  III
f.   Group song ( Western)                  Kumari. Mamata Bhat & Group                  II
g.   Folk Orchestra                         Kum. Chinmaya & Group                B.Com V II

II       DANCE
a.       Classical Dance                    Kumari. Akshata G. Hegde             B.Com I     I

III      Literary Events
a.       Elocution - Kannada                Kumari.Ananya Hegde                  B.Com I I
             - English                      Kumari. Kritika S. Hegde             B.Com I I
b.       Debate - Kannada                   Ashwath S. Hegde                     B.Com V II
                                            Mamata Joshi &                               I
         English
                                            Kritika S. Hegde                             III

IV       Theatre
a.       One Act Play                       Kum. Kiran & Group                           I
b.       Skit                               Kumari. Seeta & Group                        I
c.       Mime                               Kum. Niranjan & Group                        I
d.       Mimicry                            Kum. Dinesh M Hegde                  B.Com V I

V        Fine Arts
a.       Poster Making                      Kum. Nagaraj S. Hegde                B.Com V III
b.       Cartooning                         Kum. Nagaraj S. Hegde                B.Com V I
c.       Rangoli                            Kumari. Sandhya Pai                  B.Com V II


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         UNIFEST – INTERZONAL - KUD ON NOVEMBER 29th & 30th – 2010
       S.no        Item          Name of the Student       SEM   PRIZE
         I   Literary Events
         a. Elocution – English Kumari. Kritika S. Hegde B.Com I    I
         b. Debate - Kannada      Ashwath S. Hegde                 II
                                                         B.Com V
                 English            Mamata Joshi                   III
         II      Theatre
         a.         Skit        Kumari. Seeta & Group              II
        III     Fine Arts
         a.      Rangoli         Kumari. Sandhya Pai     B.Com V   III


        Achievements of the Debate Circle During the Academic Year 2010 – 11
1. For the year 2010 – 11, the debators selected are: Mamata Joshi (V Sem), Ashwath Hegde
   (V Sem), Kritika Hegde (I Sem), Ananya Hegde (I Sem).
2. Amulya Hegde and Ananya Hegde have participated district level essay competition,
   conducted by district administration, Uttar Kannada, on the occasion of National Voters
   Day Celebration on 25-01-2011. Ananya Hegde Secured 3rd Price.
3. Ashwath Hegde – Sem V selected debator of our college has bagged Second prize in inter
   collegiate debate competition conducted by G. C. College, Ankola on 26th Feb 2011.
4. The Second prize was bagged by Mamata Joshi Sem V in a inter collegiate debate
   competition conducted by Kittel College Dharwad on 5th March 2011.
5. Mamata Joshi V Sem Bagged First Price in inter collegiate debate competition conducted
   by Divekar College of Commerce, Karwar on 26/03/2011.
6. Ashwath Hegde – Sem V Bagged 2nd price at A. V. Baliga College, Kumta held on
   06/04/2011.
7. Asha S Hegde II Sem, Puja G Hegde VI Sem, Anupama Bhagwat VI Sem, Pallavi Hegde
   VI Sem have participated in the essay competition on “Shri Krishna Devaraya 500th year
   of Coronation” under the auspicious of Govt of Karnataka.
        Mr.Sindoor Hegde of V sem was selected as participant in “Tata-Jagriti Yatra” – a
 all India tour programme for 400 students from various colleges to tour the whole of
 India by special train to meet and interact with renowned social entrepreneurs and
 achievers across the country.

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                                      Annexure – VI
                 IMPROVEMENTS IN LIBRARY SERVICES 2010-11
           TOTAL NUMBER OF BOOKS IN VARIOUS BOOKBANK SCHEME
Sl.No.     Name of the Book Bank Scheme                          2009-10         2010-11
1          General Books                                              18,909        20,957
2          UGC Basic Assistance (UBA)                                  1,786         1,786
3          UGC Special Grant                                               438         438
4          UGC Book Bank Scheme                                            348         348
5          Backward Class Book bank Scheme                                  87             87
6          Scheduled Caste Book Bank scheme                                 44             44
7          Marikamba Book Bank scheme                                      122         122
8          a)UGC Book Bank Assistance during VIII plan                      21             21
           b)UGC Book Bank Assistance during IX plan                       622         622
           c) UGC Book Bank Assistance during X plan                       322         322
           d)UGC Book Bank Assistance during XI plan                   1,869         2,574
9          Poor Student Lending Library (PSLL)                         1,344         1,344
           Total Books (UGC-6993+General 18909)                       25,902        28,655
2010-11 Total Number of books purchased 2,753
                                      Library Services
        Issue of books to Advanced Learners
        Issue of books on Competitive examination
        Issue of books to students under overnight scheme
        Issue of books on Borrowers Card
        Issue of books under Book Bank scheme: under this scheme each student is given
         5 to 6 books.
        Special Issue of books to Sports and Debate Students
        Special Issue of books to Physically Challenged Students
        Issue of books to teaching /Non teaching staff and others
        Xerox facility
        Information Literacy
        Issue of books to Failed / Dropout students.
        Issue of books to Alumini.

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          Statement showing details of students, books ratio under UGC Scheme
Sl.No   Year       No. of        No. of Students        Student book ratio=No. of Books
                   Books                                divided by No. of Students
1       2010-11    28,655        B.Com III – 335        2680/335 = 7.55
                                 B.Com II – 331         2648/331 = 8
                                 B.Com I – 318          2226/318 = 7




                     2010 – 11 Book issued under different scheme
       Issue of books Advanced Learners – 52
       Issue of books on Competitive examination – 2350
       Issue of books to students under overnight scheme – 6325
       Issue of books on Borrowers Card – 8650
       Special Issue of books to Sports and Debate Students – 28
       Special Issue of books to Physically Challenged Students – 11
       Issue of books to teaching /Non teaching staff and others – 374
       Issue of books under book bank scheme – 5880.




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                                    Annexure – VII
   ACHIEVEMENT IN C.A. AND C. S. COACHING DURING 2010-11

    The College is an Accredited Institution of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of
India (ICAI), New Delhi constituted under the Chartered Accountants Act, 1949 to
conduct coaching classes. The college also conducts coaching classes of the Institute of
Company Secretary of India (ICSI).The details of the students who passed the
examination of the ICAI during 2010 – 11 is furnished below:


                       C.A. COMMON PROFICIENCY TEST
PASS IN JUNE, 2010 EXAMINATION:
   1. Mr. M. N. Chinmaya
   2. Mr. Pradeep. M. Hegde
   3. Mr. Chetan. V. Hadimane
   4. Mr. Vikram. Hegde
PASS IN DECEMBER, 2010 EXAMINATION:
   1. Mr. Veena. C. Hegde
PASS IN JUNE, 2011 EXAMINATION:
   1. Mr. Pavan Hegde
   2. Mr. Ganesh M. S.




        C. A. INTEGRATED PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE COURSE
                                   EXAMINATION
PASS IN JUNE, 2011 EXAMINATION (BOTH GROUPS):
   1. Mr. Sujitkumar Hegde
   2. Miss. Pooja Hegde




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                                    Annexure – VIII


             ACHIEVEMENT IN COUNSELLING FOR D-MAT-2011 OF
                         TATA DHAN ACADEMY, MADURI


   The College provides motivation and counselling sessions to the students aspiring to
pursue Post-Graduate Diploma in Development Management of Tata Dhan Academy,
Madurai. Prof. S.M.Hegde serves as the facilitator and counsellor. The Selection Process
consisting of written test, field work and group discussion and personal interview for
admission to PGDM Course in our college by the team sent by the Academy was held on
7th and 8th March 2011. The following are the highlights:


1. Total number of candidates appeared from our centre      ….    ….      …..     : 28
2. Number of students belonging to our College who passed the Written Test and other
selection procedures                                                             : 11
3. Number of students belonging to our College who took admission to PGDDM       : 02


   The candidates are:
   1) Ms. Seema Shatri
   2) Ms. Shweta Hegde




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                                     Annexure – IX
              CAREER GUIDENCE AND PLACEMENT CELL
 (CENTRE FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT & CAREER PLANNING)
                     BRIEF REPORT OF ACTIVITIES- 2010 – 11
Centre for Entrepreneurship & Career Planning was started in the year 2004-05 with the
main objective of providing guidance and training to the students in developing their
personality to have a better career in both higher education and employment. The centre
has been renamed as career Guidance and Placement Cell with effect from 2009-10 to
suit the requirements of UGC.
The following are some of the important programmes organized in the year 2009-10.
          I Academic Orientation Training – A Two Day Training Programme
1   Introduction:                       :   The training was organized for newly
                                            admitted B.Com. I Sem. Students. It is in the
                                            nature of providing valuable input to the
                                            students to develop their personality to face
                                            the challenges of future.
2   Date and Venue                      :   3rd & 4th Oct. 2010 ,
3   Resource Persons                    :   Dr. S. Krishnamurthy, St. Alosius College,
                                            Manglore
                                            Shri.Pushparaj, Vice Principal, Chinamya
                                            Group of Institutions, Kasargod, Kerala
                                            Shri Shankara Narayana Shastry, Yoga
                                            Expert
                                            Shri Nagaraj Rao, HRD Trainer
4   No. of Participants                 :   323
5   Topics covered                      :   Learning Style Analysis
                                            Goal Setting and career Planning
                                            Yoga & meditation for improvement of
                                            memory and Concentration Communication
                                            skills
                                            Leadership Skills


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                                        Inter-personal Relations
                                        Time Management
6   Feedback                        :   The participants expressed that the
                                        programme was very useful and it should be
                                        continued in the subsequent years also.


           II. ONE DAY WORKSHOP ON PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT
1   Introduction:                       Radhakrishna Pillai is a well known corporate
                                        trainer . He has been called as Chanakya Pillai
                                        because of his interest and knowledge in
                                        Chanakya’s Arthashastra and other works. He is
                                        th author of best seller book “Corporate
                                        Chanakya” published by Penguin, India.
2   Date of the Programme               4th Sept., 2010
3   Resouce Persons                     Radhakrishna Pillai, Mumbai
5   No. of Participants                 210 Students
6   Feedback                            The programme received favourable response
                                        from the students and the participants felt that it
                                        would benefit a lot in their future.




    III. PARTICIPATION IN I PARLIAMENT OF INDIAN STUDENT COUNCIL
                                    LEADERS
1   Date                                12-01-2011 to 14-01-2011
2   Programme                           A unique National Level Programme organized
                                        by MIT Pune for the first time in India which
                                        provide an opportunity for the students to meet
                                        and interact with great learders and
                                        entrepreneurs of India.
3   No. of students Participated        04



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                    IV. CAMPUS INTERVIEWS
1   Date            11th May 2010
2   Company         Infosys BPO
3   The Company     The company is a multinational company providing outsourcing
                    services to Fortune 500 and fast growing firms through out the
                    world. It is one of the largest business process outsourcing
                    networks in the United States, Australia, India and United
                    Kingdom.
4   The Interview   The Campus Interview was conducted for the position of
                    “Trainee Associate” existing at the Shimoga Campus of the
                    company. The Selection process consisted of three parts viz.,
                    written test, Group Discussion and Personal interview.
5   Participants    236 Candidates from different colleges of the district
                    participated in the selection process. Majority of thyem were
                    from our college.
6   Result          44 students of our college were selected in the interview.




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                                    Annexure X
                                 1/29(A) COY NCC

                               NCC REPORT – 2010-11
       During the year 2010-11 NCC training programmes were commenced on the first
Sunday of Aug 2010 as per the central training programme. Many colourful events were
carried at the Coy and at BN level throughout the year and our cadets achieved
excellence in many camps at both the State and National level.


        Among the events / programmes undertaken, the following major activities
topped the NCC total programmes.
      Three SD cadets attended National Integration Camp-I (NIC) held at Mysore from
       14-6-2010 to 25-6-2010.
      Two SD and two SW cadets attended Tal Sena Camp (TSC) held at Rohideshwar,
       Belgaum from 23-6-2010 to4-7-2010
      One SD and SW each cadets attended TSC-I held at Belgaum from 8-7-2010 to
       19-7-2010
      Three SD and four SW cadets attended TSC-II held at Belgaum from 8-7-2010 to
       19-7-2010
      Tree plantation progamme at the College campus on
      25 SD and 10SW cadets and one ANO attended CATC camp held at Sagrdarshan
       Karwar from 25-8-2010 to 3-9-2010
      Blood donation camp was organized in association with Red Cross unit of the
       college and other organizations on 17-9-2010. As many as 48 cadets donated
       blood voluntarily.
      2 SD and SW each cadet attended pre RD camp held at APMC Hubli, from 25-9-
       2010 to 4-10-2010
      One SW cadet attended pre RD second camp held at Belgaum from 23-10-2010 to
       1-11-2010
      Kannada Rajyotsava celebration function held on Nov 1. The state Temperance
       Board chairman Sachidanand Hegde and State Western Ghat Task Force


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    Chairman Anant Ashisar were the chief guests. Later cadets distributed bread and
    biscuits to poor patients at Pandit General Government hospital, Sirsi.
   A contingent of 18 soldiers of Territorial Army, Belgum unit who were on Cycle
    Rally visited this unit on 14-11-2010. The rally was welcomed and hosted by the
    NCC unit. The stage programme was held and cadets were addressed by them on
    job opportunities in Army.
   NCC Day was celebrated on 21st Nov 2010 as per central programme. Cadets
    staged cultural show.
   On Dec 1, Aids Awareness programme was held.
   Four SD cadets NIC-II held at Pondicherry from 9-1-2011 to 20-1-2011
   On Jan 26, Republic Day celebration was held by the cadets of the Coy. The
    principal of the college delivered the message on the occasion.




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