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					Annual Report of the
      Colleges

    Pravin J. Patel
 Importance of Annual Reports-1
Annual Reports show how a college is
performing.

They are helpful in building the brand value of
the institution.

They also have an archival value.
 Importance of Annual Report-2

These days data related to a college are often
required by various agencies for various
purposes.

NAAC demands Self Study Report.

NAAC has specified some criteria for
Assessment and their weightages .
       NAAC Criteria and Weightages
1:Curricular Aspects (50)

2:Teaching, Learning, and Evaluation (450)

3:Research, Consultancy, and Extension (100)

4:Infrastructure and Learning Resources (100)

5:Students Support and Progression (100)

6:Governance and Leadership (150)

7:Innovative Practices (50)
      Annual Report

Draft Format for Grant in
   Aid and Self Finance
         Colleges
   Annual Report of a College
General Information
Chapter 1:    Curricular Aspects
Chapter 2:    Teaching, Learning, and
              Evaluation
Chapter 3:    Research, Consultancy, and
              Extension
Chapter 4:    Infrastructure and Learning
              Resources
Chapter 5:    Students Support and
              Progression
Chapter 6:    Governance and Leadership
Chapter 7:    Innovative Practices
General Information
      General Information-1


 Vision and Mission


 A Brief History of the College


 Major Milestones
        General Information-2
 Authorities of College:
   President
   Chairman
   Secretary
   Trustees
   Principal
   Vice Principal


 College at A Glance: Departments/Subjects
         I
Curricular Aspects
          Curricular Aspects
1. Curricular Design and Development (10)

2. Academic Flexibility (15)

3. Feedback on Curriculum (10)

4. Curriculum Update (05)

5. Best Practices in Curricular Aspects (10)
       II
Teaching-Learning
        &
   Evaluation
         Teaching-learning &
           Evaluation (450)
1. Admission Process and Student Profile (30)

2. Catering to Diverse Needs (45)

3. Teaching- Learning Process (270)

4. Teacher Quality (65)

5. Evaluation Process and Reforms (30)

6. Best Practices in Teaching-learning and
   Evaluation (10)
            III
Research, Consultancy, and
         Extension
      Research, consultancy, &
           Extension (100)
1. Promotion of Research (15)

2. Research and Publication Output (25)

3. Consultancy (05)

4. Extension Activities (40)

5.Collaborations (05)

6. Best Practices in Research, Consultancy
   and Extension (10)
        IV
  Infrastructure
         &
Learning Resources
    Infrastructure and Learning
          Resources (100)
1. Physical Facilities for Learning (20)

2. Maintenance of Infrastructure (10)

3.Library as a Learning Resource (35)

4. ITC as Learning Resources (15)

5. Other Facilities (10)

6. Best Practices in Development of
  Infrastructure and Learning Resources (10)
         V
Student Support and
    Progression
         Student Support and
          Progression (100)

1. Student Progression (30)

2.Student Support (30)

3.Student Activities (30)

4.Best practices in Student Support and
  Progression (10)
           VI
Governance and Leadership
 Governance & Leadership (150)
1. Institutional Vision and Leadership (15)

2. Organizational Arrangements (20)

3. Strategy Development and Deployment (30)

4. Human Resource Management (40)

5. Financial Management and Resource
   Mobilization (35)

6. Best Practices in Governance and
   Leadership (10)
         VII
Innovative Practices
        VII
Innovative Practices
    Innovative Practices (50)

1. Internal Quality Assurance (20)

2. Inclusive practices (15)

3. Stakeholders Relationship (15)
  Thank You

Pravin J. Patel

				
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