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  • Seethavilas Road, Mysore Affiliated to University of Mysore

    ANNUAL QUALITY ASSUR

    NATIONAL ASSESSMENT

    ': 0821-2424413, Tele fax: 0821website : marimallappawomenscollege.org

    Founder Sri Gurikar Marimallapa

    Seethavilas Road, Mysore 570 024. Affiliated to University of Mysore

    ANNUAL QUALITY ASSURANCE REPORT 2009 - 14

    Submitted to : NATIONAL ASSESSMENT AND ACCREDITATION COUNCIL

    BANGALORE. Tele fax: 0821-2424413, e-mail : [email protected]

    website : marimallappawomenscollege.org

    14

    Bhagyashilpi Sri K.N. Shivalingaiah

    mailto:[email protected]

  • MALLAMMA MARIMALLAPPA WOMENS ARTS AND COMMERCE COLLEGE- MYSORE.

    THE ANNUAL QUALITY ASSURANCE REPORT (AQAR) OF THE IQAC 2009-10

    Part A:

    Plan of Action chalked out by the

    IQAC at the beginning of the Academic Year

    2009-10 aims at Quality Enhancement:

    Planning to conduct a two-day National Level Seminar by the

    Department of Commerce.

    Organizing open Debate on current issues concerning

    Environment by the Department of Geography.

    Increasing contact with experts from different fields through

    Guest Lectures, Seminars, Workshops and Conferences.

    To direct all the activities of the Institution towards the

    enhancement of learners knowledge capacity and personality

    through values.

    To train the youth of today to become responsible citizens of

    tomorrow to make a prosperous nation.

  • Part B:

    1. Activities reflecting the goals and

    objectives of the institutions:

    The mission statement of the college is one that reflects, in

    both, the activities and aspirations of the college. Accordingly,

    every year the performance by the students and the staff is a step

    towards betterment. The college considers itself to be the best

    competitor of its own and hence drives consistently towards

    improving its performance.

    2. New academic programmes initiated: -Nil-

    3. Innovations in curricular design and

    transaction :

    As an affiliated college, it follows the syllabus framed by the

    University of Mysore and as per the guidelines given by the

    University.

    4. Inter disciplinary programmes started: -Nil-

    5. Examination reforms implemented: The college has to follow the rules and regulations framed for

    the purpose of Examinations by the University of Mysore

    6. Candidates qualified :

    NET/SLET/GATE etc.

    -Nil-

    7. Initiative towards faculty development

    programmes :

    -Nil-

  • 8. Total number of Seminars / Workshops conducted :

    UGCs sponsored two day National Level Seminar was

    organized on 9th and 10th October 2009, on the topic Retail

    Revolution in India by the Department of Commerce.

    9. Research projects

    a)Newly implemented:

    b) Completed:

    -Nil-

    -Nil-

    10. Patents generated, if any: -Nil-

    11. New collaborative research programmes: -Nil-

    12. Research grants received from various

    agencies:

    -Nil-

    13. Details of research scholars: -Nil-

    14. Citation index of faculty members and

    impact factor:

    -Nil-

    15. Honors/Awards to the faculty: -Nil-

    16. Internal resources generated: a) Department of commerce-Annual subscription-Rs.18,000

    b) Library-Fines-Rs.1,451

  • 17. Details of departments getting SAP, COSIST/DST. FIST, etc. assistance /recognition:

    -Nil-

    18. Community services: a) NSS:

    Regular NSS activities were carried out.

    19. Teachers and officers newly recruited: Teaching Staff

    SL. NO. NAME DEPARTMENT

    1. Nagendra Prasad.V.P Kannada

    2. Devaraju.K History

    3. Sunil kumar.H.M History

    4. Shankar.H.C Physical Instructor

    20. Teaching Non-teaching staff ratio: Teaching Staff: 29

    Non-Teaching Staff: 12

    Ratio: 29:12

    21. Improvements in the library services: Access to 19911 volumes

    Open access system to give free access to the doors of knowledge

    Title, catalogue system is maintained to give easy access to

    information about the books.

  • Use education through new arrival display.

    Old bound Periodicals and Old Question Bank facility.

    At the time of examination the books are issued to students

    through deposit scheme.

    22. New books/journals subscribed and

    their value:

    a) Books: No. of books purchased Value 347 Rs.38,955

    b) Journals: No. of Journals Value

    28 Rs. 16,481 23. Courses in which student assessment of

    teachers is introduced and the action

    taken on student feedback:

    Student feedback is collected class wise/ subject wise every year

    and Teacher wise analysis report are prepared on grades obtained by

    them. The Principal of the college advices teachers on improvements

    required based on feedback.

    24. Feedback from Stakeholders: No written feedback is obtained from the stakeholders.

    However, oral feedback is obtained from the stakeholders during

    parent teachers meeting an Alumni Association meeting and suitable

    actions are planned.

  • 25. Unit cost of education: a) Excluding salary component: Rs. 5,692

    b) Including salary component: Rs.22,007

    26. Computerization of administration and

    the process of admissions and

    examination results:

    a) Partially administration especially of examination related works are

    Computerized.

    b) The admission committee is constituted in the beginning of the

    year.

    c) The roster system is followed in admission process.

    d) Weight age is given to sports persons and outstanding students.

    e) Examination Results:

    B.Com Course: NOV/DEC 2009

    SEMESTER PASS%

    TOTAL Appeare

    d

    Distinctio

    n

    I CLASS

    II CLA

    SS

    PASS CLAS

    S I 97% 64 13 38 9 2

    III 89% 57 16 24 10 1 V 95% 57 29 22 3 NIL

  • MAY / JUN 2010

    SEMESTER PASS%

    Total Appeare

    d

    Distinctio

    n

    I CLAS

    S

    II CLA

    SS

    PASS CLAS

    S II 95% 63 26 29 5 NIL IV 97% 57 33 20 2 NIL VI 98% 56 40 12 3 NIL

    Number of Students Scoring 100/100

    Exam Semester Subject No. of students Nov/Dec 2009 V Business Maths 05 Nov/Dec 2009 V Business Statistics 09

    April/May 2010 VI Management Accounting 01

    April/May 2010 VI Quantitative Techniques 17

    B.A Course:

    NOV/DEC 2009

    Semester PASS% Total Appeared Distinction I Class II Class Pass Class

    I 64% 76 11 17 20 1 III 88% 65 12 38 6 V 98% 57 07 32 17 NIL

  • MAY / JUN 2010 SEMEST

    ER PASS% Total

    Appeared Distinction I

    CLASS II CLASS PASS

    CLASS II 63% 73 - 24 20 2 IV 80% 64 02 35 13 1 VI 92% 56 13 14 9 16

    27. Increase in the infrastructural facilities: -Nil-

    28. Technology up-gradation: Printers- 01

    UPS System- 04

    Software(Tally)- 02

    29. Computer and internet access and training to teachers and student:

    Office rooms and Principals chamber is facilitated with Internet

    access

    Students are taught to use Internet in the computer lab.

    30. Financial aid to students: Besides government scholarships for students the following

    financial aid is also provided:

    a) Poor Student Fund-Scholarship of Rs.400/- per student is distributed to 50 students.

    b) Part payment of fees by the teachers to the deserving and needy students.

  • 31. Activities and support from the Alumni

    Association:

    1988-89 students batch organized a day long get-together party

    with the teaching and non-teaching staff in which they paid rich

    tributes to all the members of the staff for their dedicated work.

    On 12-11-2009 a meeting of Alumni Association was held and

    new office bearers were elected for a term of 3 years.

    32. Activities and support from the Parent-

    Teacher Association:

    No Parent-Teachers Association is formed by the college.

    However parent-teachers meetings are held to access the progress of

    the students & interactions are conducted for further development of

    the college.

    33. Health services: Every year health check-up of students is done by inviting a

    lady doctor.

    34. Performance in sports activities: Sneha Priya R of III B.Com participated in National Federation

    Cup National from 21/11/2009 to 30/11/2009 at Alwar(Rajastan)

    & the team won 3rd place.

    Sneha Priya R of III B.Com participated in Basket ball

    Championship from 17/12/2009 to 19/12/2009 & the team won

    the 2nd place.

  • Sneha Priya R of III B.Com participated in Senior Level National

    Basketball championship from 03/01/2010 to 12/01/2010 and the

    team won the 4th place.

    Nalina T.V of III B.Com participated as a team member in Inter-

    University player in Kho-Kho held at Annamalai University from

    20/12/2009 to 24/12/2009

    Nalina T.V of III B.Com participated as a team member in All India

    Invitation Kho-Kho tournament 2010 held from 09/01/2010 to

    13/01/2010

    Suchitra of II

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