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Executive Summary – The SWOC Analysis
STRENGTH:
The college is situated in urban area but more than 80% students come from the rural areas. The college is located on Delhi-Mathura Road having a sprawling campus. The college is easily accessible due to its location along a main road its near the railway station. The college is surrounded by a number of schools and other institutions of higher learning. The college campus is very near to the residential areas of Palwal covering students of all communities. Students from different backgrounds get admissions and take active part in all activities which really reflects the willingness of the young people to lead a co-existing and peaceful life. The college is co-education institution so the students lead their life style without any sex discrimination which in turn leads to woman empowerment. Active involvement of students in NSS activities, NCC activities, Tree Plantation teach them respecting Human Beings and create sensitivity towards natural calamities which in their turn inculcate the spirit of national integration among students. Due to all these, the layout of alumni of the college consists of the prominent personalities as under:-


  1. Sh.Budh Singh IPS (Retd.DIG Haryana)

  2. Sh.Nepal Singh IAS

  3. Sh.Chander Singh IAS

  4. Sh.Hari Prem IAS

  5. Mr. Birbal Sorout IAS (Vill.Gailpur, Palwal)

  6. Mr. Gulab Singh Sorout IAS Commissioner (Vill.Banchari,Palwal)

  7. Sh.Vinod Goyal IRS

  8. Sh.Devi Singh Tewatia Retd.Judge VPO.Kondal, Palwal

  9. Sh.Man Mohan Sharma Haryana Judiciary

  10. Mr.Devender Bhati Haryana Judiciary

  11. Mr.Kailash Sharma Hayrana Judiciary Dist. Court Ambala

  12. Mr.Mahender Singh HCS (Vill.Gailupur Palwal)

  13. Mr.Manoj Judge (Delhi)

  14. Sh.Satwan Singh U.P.Judiciary

  15. Dr.Sukhpal Chauhan HCS (Excise & Taxation Officer) (Palwal)

  16. Sh.Karan Sing Dalal Ex-Minister Haryana Govt.

  17. Sh.Deepak Mangla Advisor C.M. Haryana.

  18. Sh.Subhash Choudhary Ex-M.L.A. Palwal

  19. Sh.Kehar Singh Rawat M.L.A.Hathin

  20. Sh.Subhash Katyal Ex-Minister Haryana Govt

  21. Mr.Rajender Singh Bisla Ex-MLA 3 Times

  22. Mr.Yogesh Sharma Ex-MLA

  23. Ch.Mahender Pratap Singh Ex-Minister Haryana Govt.

  24. Ch.Khillan Singh Ex.MLA

  25. Ch.Ramji Lal Dagar Ex-MLA

  26. Sh.Dinesh Malik Ex-Chairman Zila Parisad

  27. Sh.Prem Chand Sharma Chairman Block Simiti, Palwal

  28. Sh.Mahender Kalra President, Governing Body and all office

Bearers,some Executive member of our college


  1. Mr.Anurag Bhardwaj Brig.Indian Army

  2. Mr.Surender Major Indian Army (Alawalpur)

  3. Mr.Dhirende Captain Indian Army

  4. Mr.Ravinder Chauhan Colonel Indian Army

  5. Mr.Amar Chand Colonel Indian Army

  6. Mr.Narender Singh SHO.Faridabad (VPO.Athoan)

  7. Sh.Shambhu Dayal Gupta Scientists Presently in U.K.

  8. Dr.Ashwani Sharma Scientists NDRI Karnal

  9. Mr.Sumit Garg IIT Delhi Scientific Officer,BARC,Mumbai

  10. Mr.Manoj Garg Scientist Biology, Singapore.

  11. Sh.Jagar Singh Engg. in USA-0015187962618

  12. Mr.Anil Gupta Businessman (9813254782)

  13. Mr.Rakesh Sharma Businessman (9416066808)

  14. Sh.Atul Mangla Sr.Advocate, Distt.Palwal

  15. Dr.Narottam Goyal Goyal Nursing Home, Palwal

  16. Dr.Rajiv Aggarwal Family Medicare Heart Centre Palwal

  17. Dr.Prashant Gupta Inchage Blood Bank Govt.Hospital Palwal

  18. Dr.Vishal Mittal Mittal Nursing Home, Palwal

  19. Dr.Abhishek Aggarwal Aurvedic Clinic.

  20. Dr.Rajiv Balaji Nursing Home, Palwal

  21. Dr.Manohar Lal Manchanda Own Clinic

  22. Dr.Parag Bhatnagar Incharge Hospitality Services in India.

  23. Mr.Manuj Garg C.A. (9354976261)

  24. Mr.Jitender Chawala C.A. (9013944834)

  25. Mr.Jitender Sharma C.A.

  26. Mr.Amit Sharma C.A.

  27. Dr. Naseeb Singh Gill Prof. & Director DDE, MDU Rohtak

  28. Dr.S.K.Garg Retd.Principal Aggarwal College,Ballabgarh

  29. Dr.K.K.Gupta Principal Aggarwal College Ballabgarh

  30. Dr.R.P.Tanwar Asso.Prof.Physics GGDSD College,Palwal

  31. Dr.N.K.Goyal Asso.Prof.English GGDSD College,Palwal

  32. Dr.Rachna Gupta Assit.Prof.Chem.GGDSD College,Palwal

  33. Dr.Ashok Kumar Nirala Asso.Prof.Aggarwal College Ballabgarh

  34. Dr.Narender Kumar Asso.Prof.in Govt.College.

  35. Dr.Hoti Ram Asso.Prof.in Govt. College.

  36. Dr.P.S.Deshwal Prof. M.D.U.Rohtak

  37. Dr.Prakhar Sharma Asstt.Prof.Moti Lal Nehru College Delhi.

  38. Prof.Tej Singh Prof. Indra Gandhi Univ.Mirpur Rewari.

  39. Sh.Mamraj Singh Principal Govt.SSS.Boys, Palwal 9416296837

  40. Sh.Ompal Singh Tewatia Principal Govt.SSS.Gehlab, 9416456396

  41. Sh.Surender Madan Principal Govt.SSS.NIT-3 Faridabad

  42. Mr.Suresh Bhandwaj Director S.P.S. International School, Palwal

  43. Mr.S.K.Sharma Director J.C.B.Sr.Sec.School,Palwal

  44. Mr.Satish Kaushik Director B.K.Sr.Sec.School,Palwal


WEAKNESS :

The area is lacking industries and is far away from the state capital. Students belong to agricultural community so they can not pursue their studies regularly particularly during harvesting time. That’s why the number of drop outs is large because for them earning their bread is more important than studies. Secondly, because they belong to rural community they get less opportunity for interaction with city people due hesitation and lack of communication skills. Lack of hostel facilities is also one of the main weaknesses.


OPPORTUNITY:

With an area of 10 ½ acre the college can expand incredibly. With proper funding from the funding agencies life UGC, the college can have buildings for hostels, shopping corner etc. so as to generate income for the college. With proper funding teaching departments and Administrative Block can be upgraded for imparting higher education and better services to the students.


CHALLENGE:
The college offers courses permitted by Maharishi Dayanand University, Rohtak and State Government, under changing scenario, related policies of the affiliating university and state government be liberalised so that attractive courses can be started. Depriving the staff of certain allowances by the state government is also a big challenge

Post Accreditation Initiatives:
When the college was assessed and accredited by the NAAC in the year 2004, the Peer Team suggested certain ways and means for quality sustenance and enhancement. The college took following the initiatives in this regard.

  1. The college explored the possibility of introducing new courses with joint consultation with parents, surpanches, students etc and started M.Sc. Physics, Chemistry, Maths, Botany, M.Com., B.Sc.(CS) & B.Com.(CA), BBA & Physical Education at UG Level, keeping in mind the needs of the society.

  2. Students welfare committee was formed to strengthen the student support services which organized functions in the direction of institution-industries linkage.

  3. Computer lab was enlarged with more computers with internet facilities.

  4. For women empowerment two committees-Women Cell & Committee against sexual Harassment were formed which organized different functions and activities to create legal awareness and health awareness among girl students and female teachers.

  5. Students are regularly trained for spoken English though language lab.

  6. Vacant posts have been filled by appointing staff on regular basis to the extent possible as per the policy of State Government.

  7. Emoluments to temporary staff have been increased.

  8. Mechanism for collecting feedback from students have been initiated by maintaining profile for the students and organizing meeting with parents/MCs/Sarpanches and Panches.

  9. Alumni Association has been formed to strengthen the linkage with industries and job placement for students.

  10. Fully AC Conference hall has been constructed and is equipped with audio visual aids like power projector for improving teaching methods and students are benefited by PPTs.

  11. Staff and Students are being benefited by providing internet connectivity at departmental level and in library.

  12. Staff members are actively involved in research work. Some of the members are guiding Ph.D./M.Phil work.

  13. Regular activities are organized for providing better opportunities to students for exposing their talent. Educational tours have been organized on regular basis.

  14. CCTV cameras have been installed at various points to keep an eye on the activities of the students, to improve discipline and to check untoward incidents.

  15. R.Os and water cooler facilities have been created to provide constant pure and cool water to the students and staff.

  16. To make the college campus cleaner, more hygienic and comfortable tiles have been laid on the entrance and main paths of the college.

  17. The height of the boundary walls has been increased and Iron grills have been fitted on them to make the college campus save.

  18. The roof of the auditorium was renewed.

Certainly the institution has moved in the direction for which it was established and students are inculcating the spirit of character moving towards further growth and development.

SECTION B : PREPARATION OF SELF-STUDY REPORT
1. Profile of the Affiliated/ Constituent College.

  1. Name and Address of the College :




Name of the College :

G.G.D.S.D. College, Palwal

Address :

Near Railway Station & New Grain Market, Palwal

City :

Palwal




PIN-121102

State- Haryana




Website :www.ggdsdcollegepalwal.in

E-mail- ggdsd1955@rediffmail.com

  1. For communication:




Designation

Name

Telephone with STD code

Mobile

Fax

E-mail

Principal

Dr.M.K.Arora

(O) 01275-252036, 259021 (R) 01275-246636

09812171691

01275-259021

drmkarora@rediffmail. com

Vice- Principal















Steering Committee Co-ordinator

Dr.Gita Rani Sharma

(O) 01275-252036

09802555424

01275-259021

gitabrijesh1959@gmail.com.




  1. Status of the Institution:

Affiliated college
√m
m/yyyy

Constituent college


Any other (specify)




  1. Type of Institution:

  1. By Gender







  1. For Men




  1. For Women







  1. Co-education


  1. By Shift







  1. Regular







  1. Day




  1. Evening




  1. It is a recognized minority institution

Yes






No
If yes, specify the minority status (Religious/ linguistic/ any other) and provide documentary evidence




  1. Sources of funding:

Government







Grant-in-aid


Self-financing


Any other


  1. a. Date of establishment of the college July’1955 (dd/mm/yyyy)

b. University to which the college is affiliated / or which governs the



college (If it is constituent college)
M.D. University, Rohtak



  1. Details of UGC recognition:




Under Section

Date, Month & Year

(dd-mm-yyyy)



Remarks (If any)

  1. i. 2 (f)

Since the inception of Scheme 1956

Recognized

ii. 12 (B)

Since the inception of scheme 1968-69

Recognized

(Enclose the Certificate of recognition u/s 2 (f) and 12 (B) of the UGC Act)


d.) Details of recognition/ approved by NA

statutory/regulatory bodies other than

UGC (AICTE, NCTE, MCI, DCI, PCI,

RCI etc.)

(Enclose the recognition/ approval letter)




  1. Does the affiliating university Act provide for Yes




conferment of autonomy (as recognized

by the UGC), on its affiliated colleges? No


If yes, has the college applied for availing NA

the autonomous status?




  1. Is the college recognized

  1. by UGC as a college with Potential Yes
    √√√


for Excellence (CPE)? No

If yes, date of recognition NA


  1. for its performance by any other Yes



governmental agency? No
If yes, Name of the agency ………and NA

date of recognition……..(dd/mm/yyyy)




  1. Location of the campus and area in sq.mts.




Location*

Semi-Urban, Near Railway Station, Palwal

Campus area in sq.mts.

About 8 ½ Acre (about 40,000 sq.mts.)

Built up area in sq.mts.

About 2 Acre (about 9,400 sq.mts.)

*(Urban, Semi-urban, Rural, Tribal, Hilly Area, Any other specify)




  1. Facilities available on the campus (Tick the available facility

and provide numbers or other details at appropriate places)

or in case the institute has an agreement with other agencies

in using any of the listed facilities provide information on the

facilities covered under the agreement.


  • Auditorium/ seminar complex with infrastructural facilities Yes

  • Sports facilities

  • Play ground Yes

  • swimming pool No

  • gymnasium Yes

  • Hostel

  • Boys Hostel No

  1. Number of hostels

  2. Number of inmates

  3. facilities (mention available facilities)




  • Girls Hostel No

  1. Number of hostels

  2. Number of inmates

  3. Facilities (mention available facilities)

  • Working women’s hostel No

  1. Number of inmates

  2. Facilities (mention available facilities)

  • Residential facilities for teaching and non-teaching staff (give numbers available- cadre wise) No

  • Cafeteria- Yes

  • Health centre- Yes

First aid, Out-patient, Yes

In-patient, Emergency care facility, Ambulance


Health centre staff-

Qualified doctor Full time Part-time





Qualified Nurse Full time Part-time



  • Facilities like banking, post office, book shops No

  • Transport facilities to cater to the needs of students and staff No

(Note: Bus and railway passes facility is available and

transport facilities is also provided to the staff and the students

to attend the functions/conferences/ seminars/ workshops/

Inter college contests etc.)



  • Animal house No

  • Biological waste disposal No

  • Generator or other facility for management/regulation of electricity and voltage? Yes

  • Solid waste management facility No

  • Waste water management No

  • Water harvesting Yes



  1. Details of programmes offered by the college (Give data for 2014-2015)




Prog

ramme


Level

N Name of the Programme/ Course

Duration

Entry Qualification

Medium of instruction

Sanctioned approved student strength

No. of students admitted

Under Graduate




B.A.

3 Years

10+2

Hindi

1200

682

B.Com.

3 Years

10+2

Hindi/Eng

240

201

B.Com.(CA)

3 Years

10+2

English

180

92

B.Sc.

3 Years

10+2

English

720

583

B.Sc. (C.S.)

3 Years

10+2

English

180

115

BBA

3 Years

10+2

English

180

57

BCA

3 Years

10+2

English

180

78

Post Graduate



M.Sc. Phy.

2 Years

B.Sc.

English

120

104

M.Sc. Chem.

2 Years

B.Sc.

English

120

108

M.Sc. Botany

2 Years

B.Sc.

English

60

34

M.Sc. Maths

2 Years

B.Sc./ B.A.

English

80

71

M.Com.

2 Years

B.Com

English

80

65







  1. Does the college offer self-financed programme? Yes

No
If yes, how many ? Nine







  1. New programmes introduced in the college during Yes

the last five years if any? Four

  1. List the department :( respond if applicable only and do not list facilities like Library, Physical Education as departments, unless they are also offering academic degree awarding programmes, Similarly, do not list the departments offering common compulsory subjects for all the programmes like English, regional languages etc.)




Faculty

Departments



Research

UG

PG

Science

Physics, Chemistry, Maths, Botany, Zoology.

Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Maths

Nil

Arts

English, Hindi, Pol.Sc., History, Economics, Sanskrit, Phy. Education




Nil

Commerce

Commerce

Commerce


Nil

Any Other (Specify)

Business Administration




Nil




  1. Number of Programmes offered under (Programmes

means a degree course like BA, B.Sc., M.A., M.Com….)

  1. annual system
    13


  2. semester system

  3. trimester system

  1. Number of Programmes with

  1. Choice Based Credit System No

  2. Inter/Multidisciplinary Approach No

  3. Any other (specify and provide details) No

  1. Does the college offer UG and/or PG programmes No

in Teacher Education?
If yes,


  1. Year of Introduction of the programme(s)……….(dd/mm/yyyy)

and number of batches that completed the programme

  1. NCTE recognition details (if applicable)

Notification No………………………………………….

Date…………………………………………………….(dd/mm/yyyy)

Validity………………………………………………………………..


  1. Is the institution opting for assessment and accreditation

of Teacher Education Programme separately?

  1. Does the college offer UG or PG programme in Physical Education? YES

(Note: Physical Education as an optional subject was introduced in B.A.)

  1. Year of Introduction of the programme(s) July 2012 (dd/ mm/ yyyy)

and number of batches that completed the programme

  1. NCTE recognition details (if applicable)

Notification No………………………………………….

Date…………………………………………………….(dd/ mm/ yyyy)



Validity………………………………………………………………..

  1. Is the institution opting for assessment and accreditation No

of Physical Education Programme separately?



  1. Number of teaching and non-teaching position in the institution.

Positions

Teaching Faculty

Non-teaching staff

Technical Staff

Professor/ Principal

Associate Professor

Assistant Professor




M

F

M

F

M

F

M

F

M

F

Sanctioned by the UGC/ University/ State Government Recruited

01

-

12

07

05

06

16

03







Yet to be recruit













17

07







Sanctioned by the Management/ society or other authorized bodies Recruited













10

36

26

04







Yet to recruit






























21. Qualifications of the teaching staff




Highest Qualification

Professor/ Principal

Associate Professor

Assistant Professor

Total

M

F

M

F

M

F

Permanent Teachers




D.Sc./ D.Litt.







2










2

Ph.D.

1




10

6

3

5

25

M.Phil.













2

1

3

PG










1







1

Temporary Teachers




Ph.D.
















4

4

M.Phil
















2

2

PG













10

30

40

22.Number of Visiting Faculty/ Guest Faculty engaged with the college Nil


23. Furnish the number of the students admitted to the college during the last

four years academic years


Category

Year-1 (2011-12)

Year-2 (2012-13)

Year-3 (2013-14)

Year-4 (2014-15)




Male

Female

Male

Female

Male

Female

Male

Female

SC

128

44

107

22

123

15

140

35

ST

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

OBC

127

38

146

56

135

33

159

69

General

1093

188

715

274

819

189

839

224

Total

1148

270

874

352

1177

237

1138

328

G.Total

1318

1226

1414

1466


Number of regular students admitted in the college under Self Finance Schemes.


Category

Year-1 (2011-12)

Year-2 (2012-13)

Year-3 (2013-14)

Year-3 (2014-15)




Male

Female

Male

Female

Male

Female

Male

Female

SC

25

4

14

8

16

04

25

15

ST

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

OBC

50

16

75

29

53

24

93

49

General

313

73

243

210

218

147

364

178

Total

388

93

332

247

287

175

482

242

24. Details on students enrollment in the college during the current academic year:




Type of Students

UG

PG

M.Phil

Ph.D.

Total

Students from the same state where the college is located

1791

382

---

---

2173

Students from other state of India

----

----

----

----

----

NRI students

----

----

----

----

----

Foreign students

----

----

----

----

----

Total

1791

382

---

---

2173

25. Dropout rate in UG and PG (average of the last two batches)




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