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                                   For Quality and Excellence in Higher Education



              PEER TEAM REPORT

            INSTITUTIONAL ACCREDITATION
                                    OF




 K.R.R.GOVERNMENT ARTS AND SCIENCE
             COLLEGE
               Kodad, Nalgonda District -508 206
                           Andhra Pradesh




                       March 13th and 14th , 2006




                National Assessment and Accreditation Council
          An Autonomous Institution of University Grants Commission
   2/4, Dr.Rajkumar Road, P.O. Box No.1075, Rajajinagar, Bangalore-560 010
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                       PEER TEAM REPORT

                 INSTITUTIONAL ACCREDITATION

                                          OF

   K.R.R.GOVERNMENT ARTS AND SCIENCE COLLEGE
           KODAD, NALGONDA DIST- 508 206
               ANDHRRA PRADESH


SECTION I: INTRODUCTION


       K.R.R.Government Arts and Science College, Kodad in Nalgonda
district of Andhra Pradesh affiliated to Osmania University, Hyderabad was
established on 10th August, 1968 to educate tribal and backward community
boys and girls in and around Nalgonda district . The motto of the college is
“learning lights the self and society”. The mission of the college is to spread
value based education.

        The college strives to inculcate Indianness among students with a deep
trust in the following statements:

      “Education offers humanity, walks of light from darkness, takes to
truth from falsehood and leads to eternity from death”.

      The college was founded in 1968 under the guidance of Sri. Akkiraju
Vasudeva Rao with the support of Kondapalli Raghavamma and Ranga Rao,
who donated 40 acres of land for building the college. Beginning with four
hundred students, the college that was under private management for a long
time, became a government college in 1986. The Government of Andhra
Pradesh is running 177 degree colleges across the state and this college is one
among them. The present student strength of the college is 1092 out of which
843 are boys and 249 girls students. The college offers B.A., B.Com. and
B.Sc. courses in various fields.




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The UGC has accorded its recognition under section 2(f) and 12(B) to the
college in 1972. It is located in a campus of 45.07 acres. The campus
comprises of central library, computer centre, health centre, canteen, sports
ground, workshop and other facilities.The K.R.R.Government Arts and
Science College volunteered to be assessed by the National Assessment and
Accreditation Council (NAAC) by presenting a self-study report on 7th
January, 2006. A Peer Team consisting of


Prof. M. Abdul Rahiman               Chairman
Former V.C. of Kannur and Calicut Universities,
Halcyon, Kaprigudda New Road,
Mangalore, Karnataka. 575 001


Prof. Bettadalli C.Neelakanta         Member co-ordinator
Professor and Director,
Post Graduate department of Economics,
JSS institutions for women,
Mysore, Karnataka 570 009.


Dr.D.R.More                          Member
Principal,
Shri Shahaji Chhatrapati Mahavidyalaya,
Kolhapur, Maharashtra 416 008.

was constituted by NAAC. Dr. Latha Pillai Adviser, NAAC, coordinated the
visit of the Peer Team to the college.

        The Peer Team visited the college on 13th and 14th March, 2006 to
validate the self-study report and to verify the physical and infrastructural
facilities available in the college. The Peer Team carefully perused and
analyzed the self-study report submitted by the institution.

       The Peer Team interacted with the Principal, teaching and non-teaching
staff, parents, alumni, students and management of the college and elicited
their views on the functioning and facilities available in the college. During
the institutional visit, the team also examined all relevant records and visited
the different departments and laboratories, library, play-ground, canteen,
computer center, NSS and Physical Education rooms to collect first hand
information. Based on the above exercise and keeping in mind the criteria

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identified by NAAC, the Peer Team has made the following assessment under
the seven criteria given below:

SECTION 2: CRITERION-WISE ANALYSIS

CRITERION 1: CURRICULAR ASPECTS

       The college has been established with the distinct goals of imparting
education to students who are socially and economically backward in
Nalgonda district. In compliance with the norms of the Osmania University
regarding student admission, the college strives to promote education in the
backward area especially for the tribal and economically weaker sections of
the society. The goals and objectives of the college are clearly stated and
periodically reviewed. The college through regular courses has programmes in
Arts, Commerce and Science. Economics, History, Political Science and
Office Management from Arts faculty, Commerce (General) and Commerce
(Computer Applications) from Commerce faculty and Mathematics, Physics,
Chemistry, Computer Science, Zoology, Botany and Biotechnology from
Science faculty are offered. With the co-operation from the Swami
Ramananda Thirtha Institute, the college conducts certificate courses in
electrical, house-wiring and repairing home appliances. The Degree courses in
Computer Science, Micro-biology, Bio-technology, B.Com Computer
Application and Office Management are conducted on self-finance basis. The
department of Computer Science has started Certificate Course in Computer
Application for non-computer students .

      The college is governed by the rules of the Osmania University in all
curricular matters. But there is sufficient flexibility for students to pursue
programmes with reference to elective options.

      Teaching staff of the college serving in the various Boards of the
university contribute to the curricular training and development. Since the
curriculum is solely designed by the university, the college has no scope for
evolving any innovative curricula. Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher
Education meets after every two years to review and update syllabi on the
recommendation made by the Boards of Studies of different universities. The
college is funded and managed by the Government of Andhra Pradesh and
also has accepted the pattern of the university and introduced self-financing
courses.

    The college has 15 departments under the faculties of Arts, Science and
Commerce and offers 13 undergraduate courses, viz.-History, Economics,

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Political Science, Telugu, Commerce, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry,
Botany, Zoology, Bio-technology and Computer Science. Apart from
teaching and dissemination of knowledge, the departments above take
initiative to prepare the students to be equipped to go out into the present
day scientific technological and globalized world. The proximity to
Hyderabad, which has become a hub of activity both in Technology and
Commerce, offers enormous possibilities that the college visualize in order to
equip better graduates passing out of this institution.

CRITERION II: TEACHING, LEARNING AND EVALUATION

       The college has a transparent admission process. Students are admitted
based on academic record. University and government guidelines are followed
to admit students to different courses. In consultation with the academic
committee, the annual academic plan is framed in every subject for strict
adherence. The academic committee of the college supervises seminars, guest
lectures, group discussions, field trips and bridge courses and make sure they
are effectively implemented. Teachers complete the syllabi within the
scheduled time frame. Alongwith the lecture method, the college has provision
to use facilities such as OHP, charts, maps, and other audio visual teaching
aids. There are instances of significant teaching innovations in the college.
The department of English has linkages with the English department of
Osmania University and CIEFL of Hyderabad for collaborative teaching. The
department of Telagu encourages students to write analytical history of
literature and literary forms in order to develop analytical skills among
students. Almost all departments invite their respective subject experts to
deliver special lectures on important and current topics of their field. Most of
the departments have linkages with Osmania University departments for
collaborative study.

       The new combinations such as M.B.C (Microbiology, Botany, and
Chemistry) BTBC (Biotechnology, Botany, Chemistry) E.P.C.S (Economics,
Political Science, and Office Management) are introduced in addition to
conventional courses. Biotechnology, Computer Science and Computer
Applications help students to find self-employment avenues. Principal and
senior faculty members involve themselves in university Board of Studies
meetings in the making of syllabi and evaluation process. The functioning of
the internal academic committee is the nerve centre between the students,
academic cells of the university and commissioner of collegiate education.
Recruitment of teaching and non-teaching staff, financial allocation to run the
college and administrative measures are taken care of by the government of


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Andhra Pradesh through Collegiate Education. The Regional Joint Director of
Collegiate Education conducts academic audit of the college.

       The college committee supervises the academic programmes, extension
activities, cultural events, sports and games. These committees monitor the
progress of students at every level. The academic programmes include, apart
from classroom teaching, seminars, extension lectures, foundation lectures and
the hike for the benefit of teachers and students. Out of 32 teachers, 23 are
permanent, 06 temporary and 02 part time teachers and 01 demonstrator .
Among them 08 teachers possess Ph.D. and 03 M.Phil. Two are SET qualified
and two faculty members-- one from Economics department and another from
Botany have been given the Best Teacher Awards by the State Government
of Andhra Pradesh. The college follows annual system of examination
directed by the Osmania University. The working days of the college are 220
days and the teaching days are 180. The library is kept open all the 220 days.



CRITERION III: RESEARCH , CONSULTANCY AND EXTENSION


      The college encourages teachers to take up Minor and Major Research
Projects and faculty improvement programmes to pursue research. There are
08 doctorate and 02 M.Phil. holders among staff members. The Bio-
Technology laboratory has linkages with KVK laboratory at Gaddipally for
collaborative research.

       Minor Research Projects of the UGC SERO, Hyderabad have been
granted to two faculty members in the department of Botany and Zoology
respectively. Two faculty members from the department of Physics and
Zoology have been selected for deputation as teacher fellows to undertake
research under Faculty Improvement Program(FIP). Faculty members of the
departments of Economics ,English, Telugu and Botany have won prizes at the
state and district level for their academic performance. The college has
formed research committee for submitting research proposals. The Head of
the department of Economics has been guiding M.B.A. and M.Com. students
for their research projects. A lecturer in Physics has been registered for Ph.D.
after having obtained M.Phil. degree.One lecturer of Chemistry has submitted
his Doctoral thesis to the Osmania University.Three teachers selected by the
state Government have worked as state resource persons in Community
Development Programmes.
       Major extension activities of the college are- community development
programme, Health and Hygiene awareness, Adult education and literacy ,
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 Aids Awareness, Social work, Neeru-Meeru, Training Disaster Management,
Medial camp, Blood Donation Camp, Environment Awareness, Janma
Bhoomi. Department of Economics has provided consultancy services in
micro-level planning under Police Reforms for the state Government .There
are two N S S Units and they organize Shramadan, take part in laying roads,
and digging sewage water canals. The district level workshop was conducted
on youth leadership camp with the participants from all over the district.
Through NSS both students and faculty members actively involve themselves
in Population Education, Adult Education, National literacy mission, Clean &
Green, Aids awareness and Janma Bhoomi. Recently, the college has started
Consumer Club and Eco-club. There is no NCC unit in the college. Hence the
college is recommended to request the Government to sanction an N C C Unit
to the college .


CRITERION IV: INFRASTRUCTURE AND LEARNING RESOURCES

       The college building and campus area is spread over a plinth area of 45
acres and 07 guntas. Extension of the college building is in progress. There are
at present 25 class rooms and 09 labs. The college has a good computer lab
with 40 computers and 04 printers and 02 scanners and Internet facilities and
it is maintained well. All the laboratories are well equipped and they have
instruments like Laminar Hood, Epidiascope with the screen ,Photo
Calorimeter, Binocular Micro Scope with attached T V, Refrigerators,
Centrifuge, PH Meters, Spectrometer, Chotode Ray Oscillo Scope ,BOD
Incubator,Gel Electrophoresis etc. The College is also having Audio visual
aids, The building is in the shape of a square with rows of class rooms on four
sides. There is an opening in the northern end for the play- ground. The central
part of the square is spotted with plants. Planning Development Council in the
college with 09 members offers necessary suggestions for average
maintenance of infrastructure and other facilities. The merchant community of
the Kodad town generously donated for the computer lab and former Sarpanch
of Kodad liberally took up the task of building Dias for the college. Alongwith
the general public, the academic and supportive staff have joined hands to
establish computer lab specially to help poor and          economically weaker
students. The Physical Education centre in the college encourages both
outdoor and indoor games.
       The college has sport facilities for indoor and outdoor games and a
multi-gym. It has a Running Track, Jumps Pit, Basket-Ball Court, Kabaddi
Court ,Volley-Ball Court and Foot-Ball Court. Table-Tennis,Chess and
Carrom are the indoor games provided by the college. 06 students have

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participated in University level sports and 01 student on State level in the last
year.
       Many students have taken part in inter-zonal tournaments in Kabaddi,
Volley-Ball and Tenni court.One student of the college has won a gold medal
in Best Physique computation.
       Many teachers are the recipients of National, State, District Level
awards.The head the department of Economics has attended more then 1000
symposia, workshops and seminars at National, State and Local Levels. The
Commissioner of Collegiate Education has appreciated the academic
achievements of Economics Department for their guidance to the students
appearing for entrance test .The Department of Commerce has got a good
collection of foreign currency and coins form various countries and they have
MoUs with a few banks an industries .

      The central library in the college is having a space of about 1600 Sq.ft
and 14 Departmental Libraries with an average carpet area of 120 Sq.ft. The
Library subscribes to 23 Journals and 25 Magazines. Library is partially
computerized and it has Internet facilities . It has 25, 507 books with 12,366
reference books and has a book-bank facility with 1,483 books. The total
number of staff is 04. It has a reading room for both boys and girls students.
Working hours of the library on from 9 AM to 5 PM and on holidays from 10
AM to 4 PM. The Library functions under an Advisory Committee.All
departments have been subscribing to their subject journals.
      The college Office is having 08 staff members and 02 posts are vacant.
the office is specious and partially computerized .Files and records are
maintained well. The office administration is monitored by the office
superintendent and the Principal .

CRITERION V: STUDENTS SUPPORT AND PROGRESSION

       The college believes that the student is the nucleus of any educational
institution. The purpose of education is not only imparting knowledge but also
the development of all facets of students. With the above mission the teachers
whenever required offer academic and personal counseling to students. The
college has an employment cell to guide students to take up job in local
enterprise, government and quasi-government units. The average passing rate
of students is 80% and the drop-out rate is only 2%. Economically weaker and
meritorious students get scholarships and financial assistance from the state
and central governments. Scholarships to SC, ST and BC students are
distributed every year. The college publishes updated prospectus annually and
the college magazine HAMSA gives scope to creativity and writing skills of
the students. The Alumni association is the source of strength to the college
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and it has played a major role in constructing the Computer Lab.Former
students of the college helped in the construction of Dias of the worth of Rs
20,000/ and two rooms for Computer labs. Indoor and Outdoor games, Nature
Club, Student Magazine, Debate Club and Cultural programmes encourage
extra-curricular activities to develop in the students initiative and work skills.
Career guidance cell is active in the college. The Librarian with the help of
three faculty members conducts career guidance, personnel and academic
counseling, which needs further strengthening. With the guidance of this cell,
a good number of students were able to secure jobs in many Govt. and private
organizations.



CRITERION VI: ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT

       The college is managed by the government of Andhra Pradesh through
the Collegiate Education and the Principal appointed. The Principal frames
the administrative rules of the college, supported by 32 members of
academic staff and 33 members of supportive staff. The Principal runs
administration in accordance with the guidelines and instructions issued by the
Commissioner of Collegiate Education, Hyderabad and the UGC.The
academic calendar is prepared by the Osmania University. The state
government and the Osmania University decide the fee structure. The financial
matters, scholarships and sanctions are strictly taken care of by following the
financial code of the Andhra Pradesh Government. The government has
established an additional Supervising body in the name of College Planning
and Development Council (CPDC) three years ago. It comprises of prominent
men from all walks of life. The college has appointed different committees
such as Student Welfare Committee, Literary and Cultural Organizations,
Scholarship Committee, Science Association, Audio-Visual Committee, Arts
Association, Commerce Association, Career Guidance Cell, Students’
Grievances Redressal Cell and Ward Counseling. Under ward counseling
students are divided into groups and are allotted to senior teachers. The
committee meets periodically under the chairmanship of the Principal. The
student Grievances and Redressal Cell and Career Guidance Cell are
maintained by the academic staff, the librarian with the Principal as the
president. The work efficiency of the supportive staff is often checked by the
Principal. The students are provided banking facility to open accounts in the
state bank of Hyderabad and Nagarjuna Grameena bank.




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CRITERION VII: HEALTHY PRACTICES

   The Peer Team has identified a few unique features which enhance the
academic ambience of the college. They are as follows:

    The college has been practicing continuous assessment of teachers
     through feedback system.

    The college evaluates students’ progress through unit marks and
     internal assessments.

    The drop out rate of the college is only 2%

    The achievements and activities of the college are periodically reviewed
     through performance indicators by obtaining opinions from students.

    To develop research potential of the students, study projects are
     assigned.

    Guest lectures and seminars are regularly arranged.

    The college publishes prospectus and magazine annually .

    College magazine HAMSA encourages creative writing skills among
     students

    Post graduation entrance free coaching is offered in Economics for the
     last twenty years during summer vacation.

    Basic knowledge in computers and communication skills in English to
     prepare students for competitive examinations is provided in the
     college.

    Ward counseling is said to be unique in the college.

    The Bio-technology lab of the college has linkage to popular Bio-
     technology labs of Hyderabad. Economics department is participating in
     the literacy mission at district level and Chemistry and Zoology
     departments are working with health organizations to eradicate AIDS.

    Some of the staff members are trained in Bhabha Atomic Research
     centre by Mumbai.
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    The college offers certificate courses in information and computer
     training.

    Students are regularly taught about civic responsibilities and they are
     made to engage voluntarily in socially useful activities such as Blood
     Donation, Pulse Polio, Aids Awareness, Janma Bhoomi and Clean
     Green Campaign.

    Eco-Club creates awareness about greenery among the students and
     common people.

    The two NSS Units arrange moral lectures to inculcate human and
     moral values among students.

    Consumer Club campaigns about the mechanism of price, quality and
     adulteration.

    The college has been sensitive to community development and
     environment through its Clean & Green programme.

    Yoga and Personality Development classes are arranged regularly.

    Field trips and excursions are arranged regularly.

    Mid-day meal Programme is organized in the college for the benefit of
     economically weaker students. The expenses are met out of the
     contributions made by the faculty members and local Philanthropists.

    Graduates of this college are trained and guided for the PG entrance
     Examination by faculty members.

    Vermi Compost and Azolla Live Projects are in progress in the
     department of Bio-Technology. Faculty members are providing students
     and local farmers to use the benefits of these projects in the field of
     Agriculture.




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SECTION 3: OVERALL ANALYSIS

       The KRR Government College that was started in the year 1968 as a
private institution was taken over by the government of Andhra Pradesh in
1986. The college is situated away from the monotonous town-life and traffic
disturbances facing the West highway. Being the South East corner of the
town, the college enjoys quiet and pleasant atmosphere. The shape of the
college building is in the square with rows of class-rooms on four sides. The
college works from 10 AM to 5PM.
        The main motto of the college is to spread value based education. The
college has been granted permanent affiliation by the Osmania University and
it is recognized by the University Grants Commission under section2 (f) and
12(B) of the UGC Act.
        Currently the college is offering B.A.,B.Com.and B.Sc. degree courses,
02 cerificate courses and 02 self financing courses. There are 24 permanent
faculty, 06 temporary and 02 part- timers 01 demonstrator . Among them 08
members possess Ph.D., 03 M.Phil. and 02 are SET qualified. The college
building is spread over in the plinth area of 45 acres and 07 guntas, housing
class rooms, library, playground and canteen.
        There are various extension activities and promotion of values through
NSS in the college. There are two units of NSS with a strength of 200
students.Cultural and co-curricular activities are practiced under the guidance
of faculty members. Sports and Games facilities are available in the college.
A gymkhana has been built by utilizing funds granted by the State
Government .
        There are many committees such as Student Welfare Committee,
Literary and Cultural Organizations, Science Association, Arts Association,
Commerce Association,Student Grievance Redressal Cell ,Scholarship
Committee etc. for keeping an eye on timely and effective performance in
different spheres of activities .In addition to these there are other committees
and cells to help students with counseling on Vocation /Career /Competitive
Examinations, and other need-based activities.
        Though the college has many strengths, yet there is room for further
improvement, hence following recommendations are given.


SUGGESTIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

    The Peer Team after going through the self-study report and after visiting
to various academic and physical facilities has recorded its observations in the
above section. In addition to this the Peer Team would like to suggest the
following for the future growth of the college:
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      Government should be requested to fill all existing vacancies of
       teaching and non-teaching posts at the earliest.

      Short-term courses may be started targeting women students to
       enhance their employment possibilities.

      Based on the local needs and requirements, Vocational Programmes,
       Horticulture and Agriculture courses may be introduced.

      More number of computers including internet facility in the computer
       lab may be provided so that a more number of students are benefited.

      The library may be fully computerized with more number of text
       books, magazines and periodicals and internet facility.

      Since the college is located in a business centre, certificate courses on
       Business and Management could be started.

      The college administration needs to be computerized by providing
       computer training to all the teaching and non teaching staff.

      The college could evolve a futuristic approach to research activity by
       involving industries in the neighborhood.

      Responding to the wishes of the alumni, the college could introduce
       diversified and need based certificate courses, diploma and degree
       courses.
      In the Teaching programmers, LCD and other modern tools could be
       used more often.

      Teaching faculty of all the departments may be encouraged to
       undertake more Minor and Major Research Projects by the
       Government of Andhra Pradesh through Collegiate Education.




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      The possibilities for extended funding for research from UGC, DST,
       DBT, ISCR and ICHR may be explored.

      The departments of Physics and Computer Science need to establish
       links with Satyam Computers, Hyderabad, The Department of
       Chemistry with Hindustan Lever and Department of Commerce with
       top private sector banks such as ICICI Bank, HDFC Bank and UTI
       Banks for collaborative study.

      Steps should be taken to open consumer co-operative store which
       could be used by all- teaching, non-teaching staff and students.

      Canteen facility has to be improved.

      Attempts should be made to start Post Graduate Courses in few locally
       relevant need based applied subjects to enable the students to continue
       their higher students here itself.

      UGC fund may be obtained to conduct Remedial Courses for weaker
       sections of the students.

      Construction work of the new extension of the building may be
       expedited.

      More Botanically important plants may be cultivated in the existing
       Botanical Garden .

      Girls’ Common room facilities needs improvement such as more
       space , furniture, water-cooler and toilet .

      Women Development Cell has to be set up in the college.

      Attempts should be made to introduce NCC unit in the college.

      Students who aspire to work at National and International levels, have
       to gain good proficiency in English Language Communication and for
       this purpose, the college may set up an English Language Lab. for
       bettering the Communication Skills.

      A Self Development Plan may be prepared by each teacher in
       consultation with the Principal at the very beginning of the academic
       year. Self appraisal at the end of the year would be easier if looked at
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         from what the teacher set out to achieve and what he has really
         achieved at the end of the year.

      The teacher may get proficiency in computer operation and English
       language communication. These two may be persued as quickly as
       possible.

      Formal Consultancy for teachers is also necessary. The teacher, by
       way of consultancy, can help the college to generate funds. It also
       widens his exposure and his vision gets broader.

      The college may start several other self-financing courses especially
       and exclusively for girl students like Mehandi, Hair-Style, Beautician,
       Pickles, Rexin Bags, Flower-arrangement and so on.

      The college may start a few Vocational Courses of the UGC.

      As in the case of the teacher, each department may draw up and
       persue a Development Plan for five years/ten years/long term.

      All teachers may become members of professional bodies of their
       respective subjects.

      Teachers may be motivated to establish contacts with academics of
       research institutes and Universities to undertake research activities.

      Computerization of the office and library may be completed as soon as
       possible.

      The college may consider to build hostels for needy students, in
       general and girls students in particular.




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       The Peer Team wishes to thank the Principal, steering committee co-
ordinator, academic and supporting non-teaching staff, the management ,the
alumni and the the parents for extending full co-operation to the team during
the visit to the institution, which enabled it to make an assessment exercise a
pleasant task.

      The Peer Team is grateful to the NAAC for giving the members this
opportunity to visit the institution.


Names and Signatures of the Peer Team



   1. Dr. M.Abdul Rahiman                                Chairman


   2. Dr. Bettadalli C. Neelakanta                       Member Coordinator


   3. Dr.D. R More                                       Member



I agree with the observations and recommendations made by the Peer Team in
this report.


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                                             Name and Signature of the Principal,
                                             K.R.R.GOVERNMENT ARTS
                                             AND SCIENCE COLLEGE
                                             Kodad, Nalgonda District-508 206
                                             Andhra Pradesh




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